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: January 7, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00732
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i HE HAS PLAN TO IMPROVE I during the year of 1'MI! ) arid an TRICT, WHICH INCLUDES ST. HOLDS MEETING AT ; Clarke Pierce who for' eleven PRINTED BY VALLEY GAZETTE
aggregate .estimated loss of only $1- :I y'ar.. was, as .istant nnr"age'r of t the I ,

ihP TAKE PAYMENT FOR WORK IN 140r.o.I tniirit made its repoit' to the !! SEPARATE ROAD AND WELL ATTENDED AND MEM- N:. Jl I., ami I itimicittd, with n the I.impa WILL BE PUBLISHED IN SEMINOLE -

i. PORTION OF LAND RECLXlMED '" tit\. (ouruil, at the mutiny. of (hat'I BRIDGE DISTRICT AND BONDSIN BERS HEAR ADDRESSES BY 1: iHot I *.I at Tumpa for the putt, !; I LAND COMPANY'S ORGAN.
body I hel ld(I on Tuesday tui.lit" The I twotnrs. is the new nuimigt' of the I
? WHEN DREDGING COMPLETE 'rlOl.t was read( anil (tied with the SUM OF $150,000.KISSIMMEE FLORIDA EXCHANGE HEADS. 1 di;"" \ stun "' Hold !Mi,'. l'ici KO took I II - -
hv Sam LupferI ha, of the, lintil. this,
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I The (l Itpartment nuriilurs I thiiteen I I <' hotel! |I"'ol"'ty) ] passed into I tin' A. F. BASS IS ACTIVE
1 and I hi nils I of the new (;,'ay"lonl' corn I
f WILL VISIT KISSIMMEECOMMIIIII. I' men urinii i nious\| iciom'mended PLANS STEP MARKET IN FINE SHAPE pa my.
I the appointment' of .1. ('. TIll'I tffiters of I the new' lornpim' -- --
( Hutkles as thief" for the \" 'Ilr !1lJt.! ](. I i i .11.' S<.n-itor" .Aithur' E. Doncg.i'i' ', pies ('OMMISMONF.R) FROM) THIRD :'
',\liuh i I i id.'nt l : IIV I Th''HI' tile foiinirOWIMI '
) ; :MAKKS: KKl'OHT AT appointment was' ar( ordmglymade i IIRSPND: I SFONI: : I DISIRinS 1)1:1:i]n i':\' i 1:1):i ) '1'11\1'i I'HH'f11.1.i: i. and I DisiRici) : ( ENIl'almslOVE: ]
IM the (ouiuil The 1 (dep.irt \HC pll'sldl) ":It W H
|,2 :M IEI'TI1'OF: :: \ ; iOl'NillM I II> IS !linent also, r e('oninu"mini that the WILL ('OMK1NE: TO HI'!ILD I| :M MIN I I \1N I (;.001)) Ll I hI I EI.I I (OKKIMMVDIlt ) ( 'III\\1'od.i sicictatx, and i tit i ':iMireiIlit ,. : 10) (.1\' E ALl.- l'RINTING TO ST.

('(IIMIM' ED 01HFR IM.VNS nuiitil' arrange for.' the pa\'merit of 1 ROADS) 10 JOIN SI ('I.01'D. I I : : ) :
HEI."EII I'Mil I. ('ONTRCIOR 'ime relief. funils to Hert huh log, a I'OLh ('OINMND: I SHINGLE: (; : (.1111\\() hRS; '1'01.11 UIIM' IIKSII 11\ a n ge of the diieition' of the. hotel siMS: IO (
iiI'iflIi who was ,injured .entlvhile and fioin I the minute he took c h,:11'geMi COMPROMISE: AT
(' \N: ("01\lE) I: lll.ltr: : .\ NI IMOMKRUIIH I esponding to a ('all This re, < mat I ( HEEISJoTItJ; : ( "(OMMISSIONIRS ): :I ( I. \SS I'h, I llllHIGllIY( ) ; :: I I'KKI. t In i'gi) : mm on I I pi ins t to make.- MCKEr SESSION OF BOARD

I Pitoi'iRn OW EIS.S I h.dIII h i I I l I.e handled !hy the ('ountilltomniitlce i iI (): I'HOIISETI( ) ( () .\1"TII'I.m | 111/) /'E\: Ell:I I J'lH II .\M II Jl' III. ,' t the' hotel I .1 ual I wintii. I rpxor,rt t hostel HI-HIND; ('I.OSKD! DOORS.
III: II \ S ST| \iII I I D HI WILL I 1)0 I I ( III <'Ila'I' gi of M'l'h. I I : NI E\.T: I SI SSlON( ): I IN: I EHRl ( '101) s \l\ I EHTISIIIIIEIl: | : ; ) 'I'\' during I n i I the w I intc I i month 1 . '1]he hotel .
I '\III.i I I howevei, continue I t to ,' -- -
ci 1' \ :N E.\HL' I II) \TE. 'I he hpaitmem annojiittd( thathireaftii .'tltY.Vli.'n 10 l ( I \I.ES\I: : tNSlIlI' :M l.N. u ( liter I tot
t lit ( "11111I"1( ) tiade as .in the t t.l t. lit .
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I tht it will, lie four fileones. i I _ 'pa 'I cause Bass commiHRion..rof
iI !Mr l Pie let' "is planning niimlxr, of'
a the Third I .
I lor ward** instead of thtee i afoiriier- I District" pleaded his case
fillltltv' lil'ard! to the \ the :'liil.'i,) if t th KissirniiKe. ( imp) ox ,'UK'nts, in I he h"t..1 I .1'id! t the' well "
\ in ; proposl h Tlw I will, I l h e as follows lirst.Ohlc t tountx rinuiiisiiiursflI i ( ilrus" I "so as a "politic necessity, the
,' Iron. of binliling) a biilkhuul, ) ,n'ong'! theitetfiont / ( "int:til Ki--mimic. ah:11I1] ore et fin then .' .,,, uii, 'ssum> it ispraUnalU (iio" '".i assot i.i'ion: whith ,is ;affiliited If: "rounds. n. ,some' ,,if \\ III"h I'he has, alit .1tn't"d. I- I hoard of rountommisBioners! at the
,[ of I ake Tllhllp..kal1 a :and I Ihl-I. following. ", |f(neral\ alarm; Setorid ..- ' iissynd! Ihai} ; the r will I is. with i the 1 londa. ( ',itrus t 1 Mh.mircIxliiM n :ul\ I mtetnifcT, held. in Kmsiinmee Monday
I ))1Q nilHimiiig l I of a I laiirt i amount of zoneNoit h Kissimmet.' ahum, sic a tall for .an,, tliitnin I I to. In held I i. t that I th, outlook I ahead for i. I tinmukit Mi' I'lene" is a hotel mall of \pen- .saw lit to ,divide the honors of official
In I"il Ii nfl I the waltrs I i of the lake has t t\ blasts, ; Thud 1 /one' South Kissimmet 'in the Ihird, < oniinissioin i s ,h I.H.t. : i 'IK* of t hi.i n i flint. ,is .1 piomislit eiIi.'e as his past "Olll".t t ions ,,1"\\ and ruwspaper between the Kissimmee '
It.d 1o widispitad, inttitst amon r ton :.. .ilarni. t thiet, la.t-! . fourthline huh, iriiludfs SI| ( 'loud _and Ka":1 Il: die Mils fait. was (nought, out I hn.:, ..i wide. a"i Pill mnmtiumei., amontc I the' Vall'y (;ia/<.tte and the St. Cloud
1 T.", tins in' all parts of the tountr\I '. / .'\l J llio/.It/ ( ,. si I".t" s..t i iron 80(1V".t (.(oosst' for t the ii I ,'ation ut a spetiul I' '" i Mat I a \\ I.I II I tt I I tt'I Ndt.d I ifl't 1111 I I'ig tout..t., anil tn.\cling puHu, lie .is Inhune, The Valley Gazette was
1'0' ,
i" i, toritiaitiu-' :New: York ( 'itntliMi \' I:, \ Kissimir' al.nrn four,' blasts. ,load and In..idgi. ,li-t" tiul I i i of that see- t tin} ,' o''i -anl''at'oll' }1"ld" I I at I the })iiiIs-. imigttit, and )luisintss... like 'in his I designated as the paper to publish the
ha'I the "llv loiiruil lommrttieinltil 'I he dl'pa'IUH'llt' also! requested that I lion and, to Ms ,l(' I lii>ml- i in I the sum qf inj house" last *s.iturdimornrn, : (; 'ahlll(''' and.01111./ .. to make the*hotel annual d<'linnuent' tax list, while the

c "" I to iiinsnlir,; I the) ."inatti I that) :" as soon as pii )ssilile the ( (ountil' arstation I ".n.(OIKI) ( to In lid a sand, asphalt road '1 his i nleiiin\ I wi i.all I I el I h v' I h<' ,]It] popular with its p:.lion* I St. (loud. Tribune was named to print
? I". haa i proposition to olT".i t the 1"01"- I i'UII i !rc foI i' a hidi i c I i and employ l a from, St. ( 'loud, I t to t tin. 1 lire,'\.ird i (ounty |1 11""'( 101' s of t till' .issol'|at ,101 and) "a' at- I In i m assuming. ( i hidllt, I I I t ,ii- ;Mi, I 1'ierit' all other, nolle,-"K of a I legal I nature for '
C, tv"wrier-, and the ,lv. when.)by he I I I IM.1' fir I tht}i iiutornolnle. t triuk( \ to he. I lint i ''t.j.d, I h\ I I. l II .lout, "s. trtII'I, i'al m ma nntinucd on I I'age 1J:! ) II I I the. tounty i mmcl mali ng election calls,
'L ifl I \nil I tin. l.ulkhia.l and\ till in\' tin Oil ilut\ .it all 1 1""'mi s. The pttilioihi 'allong": fur,. sut'h an W i "f (tht. ( "111 us' I:\i.|h.iii'i.. I I-' I I.ShclIi'v. I. I ,.t.
ar, .t, liihiinl, ,it t. if ar ,iiiiigiiiieiit- ,.anlaik 1 1I -- --- ( lion w as 'd at I the 1111 e'ting jrential ":lit. ma'J.i '" r and, METHODIST OFFICIAL I This I action Jnarks the entry of the
t I,,' ", with' tht' inttitsttd, i i ,) parties to lof the hoard bald Mond.iN of thiweik .., ,\ l n Johnson, sub,, ,.\i hangi 'rnanair'i I Seminole Land & Investment Compan -
.1111" hun\ a 1'.ta'l"f' \ , th..1 BAPTIST CHURCH and hut for a i'l.iusi in' the law foi, I )trantri) nllnt\. of ,,1.,1'1 I h, sub,,) -i'\ \ together with its "organ" into 6.
n.I.IIIII..d, i land .... pa\ fill,' the w "irk bob ,.ii\,. that tie omniission" I Ima Ntiaiii e' I the loial assm.'lat ion i is a niernbci BOARD HOLDS MEETING the politics of Osceola county. M
dont, I ) IK t at I the next rim'trng after the .. I The Valley Gazette had been the official :

This, was' the ""Iwt of the ('ominit- : ANNUAL MEETINGThe I reieipt' of the petition ,it is likely ] Aililresses i wtrc' ?made. I to I the gn iev. paper of the county during tho !y,
tee. omposed of < ouiullmen JV I that the call would have l>'een made eis, l by I II I :M Xreaker, who( presided( The I "fft..illl0'11',1! \ of the !Methodistthunh year of 1915 and it wag thought that .4
Thompson, Roma Thomas, W1.. Carson I at this session at the niee'tmg. .1 I. %S'. Prentis. rnanagejr . held! II nut-ting 'in thc office thin publiction would again be designated /,
and E. I'. Hryan made to the congregation' of the Bapt |.t A movement is now on foot to ere of the exchange F S Pond in.- ofI.I 1.; Wagner Tuesday night at I In fact, until Moadav morn- '.
count',il body at its, melting Tuesday church livid its annual meeting on ate' a special road and hr.dge districtof specter for the exchange with' headquarters which, time' unnmitUes,( were named ing a few hours before the time of ,
night Upon this showing the com- Wednesday night at the church A commissioner's districts Nos I and here, General; Manager' and the business of the church' planned meeting, there did not appear to be "\
milt,... was granted further time and large attendance. was orese'iL and the : :2!, which include Kissrmmee, Jones, Sales Manager Skelley and MrJohnson for the coming"' year Reportsi any effort to secure contrary action. ; .
all other plans will lie delayed until reports of the various officers of the hell's Station and Shingle (' ramp-I i were made showing the church work In the* arly hours of the day, however I
p\l this proposition. .is put into ,',concrete: chuich showed that the year had been tions A petition, will he circulated All of these gentlemen spoke encouragingly 1! to have been well handled during/: the there were evidences of political ,
shape This contractor, hose name II IIr very successful. in spite of the so- within the next few days to obtain the of the outlook and the past year activity on the part of Mr. Basi in n
for the time being is withheld by the called financial depression Thechurch's necessary signatures and designatingthe growers expressed gratification with I The Rev S. W. Lawlcr cddreased behalf of the Seminole Land &: Investment 't '
: committee is a man of nation-wide appropriation for various be- definite limits of the proposed dis the returns for the fruit so far ship- I the board and every member pledged Company's organ. The commissioners '.
reputation and he haw stated .to the nevolent purpos-s was increased for trict. The law requires that twenty*, pad The workings of the exchangewere :, his earnest support of the chuich dur- approached on the subject .,',
committee that he would like to have I the comiMfp Y._. five*pef cent mf'tlie qualified free- carefully explained and facts ing the year 1916. showed ttgnu of'haYinC' been import- I .4
the matter delayed until he can come The reports show that although no holders must sign this pet.ltion.When were given the growers; upon whith / Committees. were named as follows: tuned to make a change and it was .
here to confer with the property owners revival meetings were held the this has been done and the election ill I to base their opinions as to the future. Finance-J. M. I Lee. J. W. Tucker, freely stated that Mr. Baal wanted the '
I and the city council which he I pTowtlr) of the cI urch membership has called, all qualified electors may vote. I I In this connection the following ,, C. W. Griffin, D G. Wagner and R. land company organ designated aa the
promises to do at an early date. increased steadily The outlook for I It is believed that it will not be facts and figures were given out by I I i M. Evans unqualified official paper. There
The committee also reported that the coming year was held. by all to I cult to get the required signers Mr. Jones: i I I Church property-E. L. Lesley, W. were at least three members of the
members had visited Sanford and had / be promising. I that the election may be called diffi-//I The 1915-16 citrus crop will amount i C. Bass: M. D. Alexander, II. E. Cole: board, however, who expressed k willingness -
conferred with the city officials therein next meeting, if the petition is to about 8,000,000 boxes of which and W. B. Harris. to have the Valley Gazette
regard to the cost of a concrete pleted and filed with the county clerkat I about 2,500,000 are grapefruit 350- Music-P. K. Weaver, J. W. Tucker renamed. .
bulkhead. The committee estimated CHAUTAUQUA LEADERS some time prior to the meeting. It 000 tangerines and 5,150,000 oranges, ,, and G. W. Persons. The morning sessIon of the board
from this investigation that the bulk- is planned to ask bonds for $200,000for according to hisestimates. The crop wa spent in transaction of routine
head alone for the length desired this district and to build hard- is smaller than last season's, though business, but there wa 'an air. of
cent in the neighborhood of ASK FOR PUBLIC AIDThe surfaced roads to the Polk county line last season's went nearly a million : COUNCIL ORDERS NEW poltical unrest when the subject of

j :iO'uld and that the entire work near Loughmah, to Shingle Creek boxes beyond the estimate. Due to appointments under whlc) head this
approach the $100,000 mark. and to join the St. Cloud road at the warm weather last winter the bloom action comes, was broached and after '
)s The committee is also considering Chautauqua association, whichis canal east of the city. came at the wrong: time to set a big SIDEWALKS FOR CITYResolutions hearing the applications of various
plans for a cheaper bulkhead.. managing{ the Winter Chautauquaand The matter of the proposed district crop this year, and: all estibates since : employees of the county for reap.poinment .
Altogether while there seems to be Artists' Festival to be held in in the Third Commissioner's district early in the sasen haye pointed to a and those of their
.; a lukewarmness about the proposition Kissimmee during Fehruary, is experiencing -I was presented to the hoard on I short crop. ron itionl&! so far as can council were passed by the city ents, the board adjourned a full oppon-halt '
among" some of the councilmen, / some trouble in securinga I Monday by a delegation of St.. Cloud he seen, are favorable to a big crop at its meeting on Tuesday I hour before the usual period. When
there is something about the whole place in which to hold! the fourdays' I citizens composed of n. L. }Frost I nr. I next season and Mr. Jones would not night the ordering south (concrete sidewalks laid this adjournment was taken there
plan that will not down and further' program of the entertainment F. II. Pope, J, W Squires. II. W 111 be surprised to see ,it run to 12,000 01 from'. Bermuda side of Mahbette street seemed still a clear majority in favorof

consideration of the scheme ,it is : It developed I this week that the use man, William Bircher and F, P Mun- I ((100 boxes New acreage is constant This order avenue .to Emorystr..1 the Valley Gazette, if the vote on
thought will result in the ultimate', of the Graystone ('BMIIO for the chautauuua I sell Mr. Frost addressed the hoard Iv being added and young groves coming was the result ofa the question was taken in meeting
l realization of the hope of hundieds which. had been counted upon and read the petition which calls for I into hear ing. residents petition, and from a majority of the open?

of progressive citii.ensi' as the. place, cannot be secured unless ( Continued on Page Twelve.) (Continued on Page Twelve) section named. property The -'oundl owners I also in the When the board reconvened for the
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the !state and county license taxis I
( ontrtmed on Pare 121)
) .tl'for the entire year and the' (It red side-walks on u portion. of -__-.-__-____.-_.__._______,_..-____ __._____
i' FARMER GETS CONVICT I I. c'tleial! war tax The parties who I II HAMILTON PRAISES : CONGRESSMAN SEARS buildingThe Mitchell. street Incur the High School

I have the lease on the theater have not MRS. E. L. JOHNSON
( opened it this and do wish. question of laving a pipe line
ROAD WORK 'i to the year STAND ON BULKHEADWEALThY HONORED CAPITAL for.. water to Kosehill cemetery and
GANG FOR 'I I' occasion pay tax required for the one I ,I I the sale of the windmill and equip HURT IN ACCIDENT I IPRESBYTERIA

Rev S. W. Lawler representing{ the --- _____ I I ment which, now furnishes wrier for !

i SECURES NINETEEN MEN FROM I Chautauqua association, presented the I CANADIAN WHO | KISSIMMEE! MEMBER! OF HOUSEOF the cemetery was. referred to the cemetiMy -

4 STATE PRISON FARM ANI) I ers matter this before week and the county asked SPENDS WINTERS IN KI!' SIM- REPRESENTATIVES IS The committee council, also took up the matter SEVERELY CUT ABOUT HEAD

WILL TRY TO GET TWENTY: not some way. in which commiSSion-I MEE WRITES VALLEY GAZETTE CALLED UPON TO PRESIDE << of !sidewalks. In had repair, jn AND FACE AS RESULT OF COLLISION -

J\wnE-STARTS WORK GRADING could aid in refunding THAT PROPOSITION' IS OVER BODY AND ACQUITS many sections of the city The Property ; OF MACHINES WHILEEN

I. MAIN STREET FOR CITY. II. Jones made the same plea before GREATEST THING THAT CITY HIMSELF WITH CREDIT 'TO owners wIll .be notified to replaceor ROUTE HOME AFTER
repair these sidewalks and unless
the city council The commissioners CAN 1>0. THE STATE OF FLORIDA.! the act SPENDING: CHRISTMAS IN
owners promptly the sidewalks
referred the matter to J. S. Cadel, -
L. R. of will, be legally n.\\ TUNA.Mr .
Capt. Farmer in charge county attorney and E. L. Lesley, condemned and
the road work in Osceola cou:itj' re- I chairman of the l hoard. The council L. A. Hamilton the wealthy Toronto Congressman W. J. Sears, of Kis. action taken to force them to build

eurned Monday morning from Rai- referred the matter to the educational Canada, capitalist, who spends> his simmee, who represents the Fourth 'new walks. Plumbers and others who and Mrs. E L. Johnson returned -
\ ford where he went to the state prison .committee, composed of Roma Thomas winters at his country home near the I District of Horieia, was signally honored tear up the street and sidewalk pav home Sunday from a visit with relatives -
farm to select the state convicts J. W. Thompson and l;. F. Knbbs Golg club grounds and who is the in Washington on Wednesday, lair to put ill )pipe I lines, will also l 10. > in Daytona and Daytona
f leased by the county for work on the These parties will, likely confer with principal owner of the Lakeside ad- when he was. called upon to piekideover informed, thnt they must lonform to Beach their return being delayed a
roads He brought back nineteen the chautauqua association and it is 'dition, also near the clubhouse, believes the deliberations of the House of t the city ordinances and put the pa\ week by injuries received by Mis.
2 third-class men, all negroes I to be hoped that some solution will' that the building of a bulkhead Representatrves "Joe," as he is rig' ,hack in good i shape. I Johnson in the collision of their automobile -
Most of the third class convicts are be found for the problem as the Casino 'along Lake Tohopekaliga is the greatest known to all who know him, at all, The touncil I renamed N H Car"on. : with another machine when
t those who have served ten years in I is the most desirable locationfor I'' thing that Kissimmee can do. acquitted himself with credit to the K: L. Lesley and W. C. Bass> as trustees ,- I they started home the Sunday -
a the "gang and this class is leased to I the holding of the event. Mr. Hamilton writes the Valley Gazette ,state which he represents of city l onds The Daytona News told of the
the county at a nominal fee qf $1 I follows
as :
I Speaking of this and other events "'INTEl( l'HAI'TAI'HI.Tht' .V acident as follows:
r per man each month. Toronto, :32 St. Joseph Street III which Congressman Sears is
At the of the board of coneerned (hautnucjua. association held a'' After lIo.'ndinChriRtll1Q- with relatives -
4 commissioners meeting held this week PAVING COMPANY MUST I 1st Jany, 1916. P. II. McGowan; a Washington meeting Mo'iday afternoon and fixed : in Daytona and Daytona Beach
-- county County Clerk Overstreet was instruct Mr. E f;. Naugle, The Gazette, Kis- I cor. esponden t. writes as follows: the price of the season tickets, for the Ernest I I. Johr.son wife and baby, andRalt
Rimmee.I Congressmen Clark and Sears have Winter Chautauqua h I...ndrur.', r'ct with accident
ed to write the State Prison board andarranl'e RUSH February !9 II 12:!, an
for the lease of twenty more ORLANDO ROADThat Dear Mr. Naugle: T am leaving been invited to deliver addresses on at $200:! for adults and $1.00 for children Sunday afternoon while returning in
; men of the same class which would I with my daughter, Miss I I. Hamilton, January 19, Lee's birthday. at Alexandria i between seven and twelve years their car to their home in Klssimmee.
l Captain Farmer a crew of forty- and my niece, Miss Josephine llamil, Va. This is one of the big annual of age; children under seven to be About six miles out from Daytona
give addition to the the Alabama Paving company I ton, next week for Kissrmmee and am Confederate events near Washington admitted. << free of charge they collu'ed with a Ford C' r occupied -
two men in county convicts -
as he retained three men from must show signs of rushing the three due to arrive there on Saturday the and each year the most popular | Canvu..sinl{ committees, were appointed by 'I man and lady giving as
Wi the he used last miles of brick paving(' in Osceola county I 8th i inst members of congress arc chosen and these are preparing{ for their names I. R. Shackert and wife,
4i gang year
The also' to join the Orange county road to i I see that my subscription to the for this purpose an eatly canvas for sale of tickets of DeLend) The Ford skidded in loose
4 agreed at county the session commissioners this' week to do : Orlando, or be forced by the bonding Gazette; is run out I enclose check These two Flondians have reeivel I Look out for them and! l he ready for a sand striking Johnson's Buick. to the
'r the work of grading Main street from company to do so, seemed the unanimous for $3: .00 to renew for another two invitations to make other speeches on liberal. responseA r?ght of the left front spring, tore in
the present limits of the brick opinion of the county commissioners -I years Please ask your mailing clerk the same date, hut will, go to Alex- ,: tine array of'talent has been engaged two the frame, bending the ront axle,
i t to the city, limits. This work pavement is I' at their meeting here Monday to change mv address to Klssimmee I II andriu Both are eloquent shakers( and every effort will .he put demolrshrng one 'ire and throwing
to be done at actual cost and paid for : I cannot let this I go without. con I and will. doubtless draw large audiences forth, by the association to make this Mrs Johnson against the windshield
the Farmer instructed i County Attorney Cadel was in- I gtutuhwing you on the able w" y you I chautauqua worthy of the patronageof with sufficient, force to smash it. Mrs.
by city. Captain was IUl' |
.. to do this work and he began 'stiucted by the board after hearing (' handling the (;azett.e. I look upon i ( 'onl'r"" man Sears ia' )been informed everybody See full page advertisement '- lohnson received a severe cut over the ;
la letter read from J. G. Ramsey, en- that \beginning January 17, anew in left and
with the of convictson is as the brightest' weekly that ('omes' this issue. eve another on the check,
h new gang I I gineer employed bv the county to I to me I am more than pleased with rural free delivery route will he - -- None of the other occupants of either
Tuesday. look after the building of this road, I your advocacy of the bulkheading operation from Manville to Miss Nan Alderman, of "Fort Pierce, care were injured; .
( ++++ + ++ +++<-::--:->++(-) 1[ to take up the matter with the bonding scheme No proposition! submitted to I Interlachen Henry F. Mann brothx"if who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs The left front wheel of the Ford
;. 1 company at one*. This road was the people will do more for the advancement Congressman Mann, of Illinois, i is! E. L Lesley at their country homeno.t.h was smashed and the front axle was ' j : FINE WINTER WEATHER :!: to have been finished by January 1st, I of Klssimmee than the I postmaster ut Manville. I| of the city, was the guest this bent The damaged Bulck.
54 <- hut an extension of thirty days was completion of this work. Our city is'' Congressman. J. Sears today week of Mrs J. S. Cadel.\ brought into Gene Johnson's ).....k ,
$ Attention of our northern granted.! According to Engineer spending nine million dollars on our presided over the House while .its shop Monday icrcl. '. "
;- .. '* ,readers is called to the weather Ramsay the paving company ill still waterfront and we look upon this members were discussing th- import I Mrs R. D Newton and daughter, Mr. Johnson mQrnnig.and his party returned-r" ,> .y
.. J. report printed at the head of the >0'I delaying the beginning of work and work as a great future asset. tnt matter of water conservation and Hazel left ..Wednesday for Sanford, to his father' home in Davtena, '
I''"(''' .; s> local column. The weather con- + can not possibly finish the road within Yours very truly public lands. So far as is known this where they will join Mr. Newton, who Beach. '
,,1, '!. : .. dftions for the past two or threes >0t the time limit set. L. A. HAMILTON. is the first time in the history of has been there for some time. ,I &.. ,'J."
.,weeks have been ideal and tq 0- Congress when a man who has been in I - -- - - --- CRUR11&
7; !'. those who are shivering, in the Rev. A. M. Chisholm did not nil his Miss Anne Bryan Carson left Wednesday the House for only one month has a presiding officer is concerned, and r The subject of the* sermon latt\1a; ; :;i", _
*II J e '*' North these figures should prove pulpit last Sunday on account of illness afternoon for Washington, D. been called Upon to preside over its received it considerable ovation upon church Sunday morning will bevTh*' .', < _i _
"f-!.r ii 'interesting.l but he is now at his work again C.,. where she will be the &guest of deliberations. Mr. Sears gave every I resuming Iks seat. Mr. Sear baa al I Prince of Peace In Victory and Glory'" ..
tiff 'if.' --- ", and will preach next Sunday morning United States Senator and. MrtJ N. evidence while in the chair of being ready become vBry-jx>pnlar among his which i. tM' concluding topic;:of the. 'faWeek ';?'"

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-, FRIDAY JANUARY 7. 1918. ,

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I hood. Ho is a chemist of note'and i Is OLD. .ISAM'S! CHRISTMAS, 'nA YEIt 1 Couldn' holp her-none nohowIs ,
Concerning the n
Florida Again Leads In officials testing the' .by-products' -- Suah I be! .
sech question's dat, I
time when we a comin Ax{ '
of It was not feeding Bout me! .
Cleaning Spineless Catcus Raising were at his place buthe cut some Aios' nlghiv1ouf'a t cud cat '
1'. cactus and fed it to his pigs in our. a watrin', 1 dat old hongry tuck from hald to feet.
li fpresence Dat
/ Thu porkrrB went; lor ivInstantcY Oh my! jam-It
Jut pink
White Kid GlovesWe al t'lck
# ; each one receiving Q'J J piece, Dat plum puddin''dem; mince pies! Spread .an' dem yam-
lirooksville Fla.-A new Industryhas spondcnce, with the lending catcus fought off the-others successfully. rlJN)41Y cook in' jeB right size. Pen dem odah turnips ob dat ?
icuarantw. to remove all been started at several points in men in Califorpia/ with the result The growers in California hrfve no In fe kitchens ole ChloeI.'ussln' Get. 'de y-u-ml pie! Oh my!
Punkin one,
l t'rspiratlonHtainll and hard npoln South Florida that gives promme of that the claims made by Mr. Hahn doubt as to the food values of spine roun an' scolin'" so.Daa'n dat

from the fingers; also all dirt and solving the forage problem namey| were founded upon fact and the result less cactus and Mr. Burbank elates go near. dat gal now- Soon be leady ?
the propagating of Uurban.kls SpineIUKS and investigation has proven over l his own signature thn it is ..". Oh melPI'.ni"e' !
Rlnins from the body of the RlovpH (Oiclus, the wonder rage Clop. I more than hill representation to us equal to ensilage. for cattle and hogs -- le] Lawd I
Waving\ them I HH clean nad soft UK"hii AK far as the writer knows, there : Imlelentlywhile visiting he Expositions and means morO to the farrrfer of the THICK GLOSSY HAIR dlory; Ire-!

t ,, It(.W. had 1 been no serious effort to propa- i in California in September the suli. -tropics than any other forage. FREE FROM pANDRUFF Denies dat woman pow'ful slow; "....
irate Hurl>Ullk'" finiKhc-d products in wilted visited piomment, eatcus grow 1"lol'ija has greater need I of such a I I ( hns'mas, odahs tPl1Ip'-oll "0.1. .
\> e (!I.. nol )ponder the Klines Jowhileit Ulus state on a large! stale until this I eis, I throughout the State, includingthe crop I than any other state, and since ( ;.ue''s 1 funk dat awd 1 fight 'way (
Hum_ \\'<' lire live oitlj one 'pic.senteai., whin the. )largest of sex Ituibank Nursery where spineless it wants to thrive on any kind of Girls! Try it Hair gets soft, huffy and I'll lIi.-by I I too full to )pia\-

ill the city owniiiK 'I'14' reeipcand 11'1 'iiui se-i'1 ies was establihhed. I I bv> a e all'us was receiver)(>d. At the rioiida, soil, not covered with water I'autlful-G..t a 25:> cent bottle I I.a\d. 1 /gill sty' tanks airenI -
I '" of |{|'ooksilltint'M, amongstIM.IKIIH : latter )>1111'1' confirmation t the opportunity, for growing it hel'eI' I ii...c'.. Thloe s dinnali call
kooa H lo I..' the bell I | lit existence. I an .I..1.1 ) ltvHV.. A. I Fultoll. I that, I nipt'ov'oil I Fresno is the best all 'IH unlimited Of Danderne.!, AS1I3N'Ii : '

d nN il ix. ( lit only' one (thai uHsolute-. hniijrc, titius. glue ers ill Ililiiaiido, i round, forage variety as it is hard' In thus meatier of tonnngc per acre If you rare for heavy hair that glistens -

ly d,'"II.... Milieus I and l hlt'll l < lies t the I ( MiintN : (I' :M ( 'tier, president eif the it.1'. more prolific and iclithlo than I'it 'hiss no ,competitor and it may 1 Il', cut with beauty and is radiant with (,i niiniN alcohol I : being'1 made
kid. I first :\,itionul !Rank of ooksxille; others, as well" as being an abundant from the lie-Id und feel any tiny ill theIycai' I II life ; has un incompurable softness andis from ,;lilt'Ol .\ I oot
I I I. II. Tarn and others. 'I'lie-sc nun finite, i'. From I u nursery standpointwe I No costh I silo and cxpensiNepmiiss ''
+;.. I'rue lirr sliurl gluts. III ('tills ; : or111I17..1! I their ('ol111'Iny.i ] pifieuiini/ hauled' I that I I lie ridu now irisinvoM in- preparation, nei houMni' ill II fluffy and lustrous" try. nanileiine,
for long ultiM-N 211( "" nI". : thouii': i 'nruliil| sinil" (lioiii' I the' Hm,' I of tin\ improved! product, unelt.'*. sluds 01 1 barns and no !eumig'. Just one application doubles! the
l''as' h Ihoduct'untpuuv. wluili 10111an //I ithan < '.ililoima' ,,,','ally due (iiIheaeict' I In the lanirvairo of the ( ''liro''J; beauty of jour hair,1)csides it immediately - 1 s
I } tiiin i 'upplud' Hum with Hie I i.ffoits of the Huibank Products (j1'\I) "-1' it is ensilage. done up
We Make a Specialtyof p" frltrd, piodiut! inid, in 011,1.]..,tit, < 'oll1J>aIlY and thcie, i is a great, ages antircady for use :3m'( ,i days int dissolves every paitule of

All Ladies' Work. >i.i th. lef I I..d, a selling ) (IMI' ,, si"i'//1 mil ..I It. in ;in ( 'alilm. nl.i to fit t t the pram.i iMi I dandruff\ You can not have line 1
ut t ol I the- output. of. Hie nuisciTo \ stilted, in the vanities" ; pel'fee.ted : ,r. t hts. !Moon, acting u" general IU-.M)', healthy hair if you have

PHONE 61 a |pt'ruul.f I liar \r-ns. Iwo and. t tlt"r .\. yrarago.! m"in'''igcM' of theHuihank. 1'ioduetsrninpaiiN I ,,1IL nd ruff. This destructive scuff, lob
I,:,tilC. in the yeas' :Mi. ( '. \\'. H:ihn, \ ,e a I I0 I..a:lined, \hy< bring on theii.Miit.l ) recentlN came to PlonJa to
'iitlisjn: Ipu-cutiiUvs' of 1 IIII', UuiI that all of the
OLIVER'SSUITATO I l.al1l.. I'rodurt. ( 'lImpaIlY. opeijitinipfioin " who staitidilh, the eaili I ( over the wonderful showing its very life, and if riot\ oxeicome it
'lluupl I : nitioiliiid' a i"il' of. tin, e'st unlctnnioslh! ;' "emi. spineless, I I the' i impioved product has made within produces a f'vel'ishlless'anl. itching of -
?IUM IIIIIh.d I ptndurl. into this :stnti. oust.) an still MiiiMnjr. prices fur then the t short t time. it has been IIIt'o-1 ;
'ii tin lull ,.i pail' of :\1:1".h,1 vliil,s ,ufh, untK,. tutu mrlliv. to make .duie'ij hi ie. the scalp; the hair mots fimish' ,
Lesley's Building i raw' < t Ii is'lied. I IKIM -tus nl., I.I must wtth- f..dllll. III II i I.uge' / scaly out of tin' It i is with great\ ""lisfadiol1 that I loosen and die; then the hair falls out
.1""dl"l t ." < i IT t the fa"t t t there, h"ul horn ail ,'lueltun, as vtt!t. .1Gtr, i as vs e could \\i-. can now' ImiK) foi'\vaidith' , u""ju'I I fast. Surely get a :123::ecnt Rattle] ofhnoelton's
'I'I-i 1 IU'llnl-, mill. in a gills t ;11 \\ aiv \' It .tin' only nuts giovvei" and he tin rd ccmfidc(;, ',me* that Floridavlll 1 , sown
,, I to t I''h"<> ,".,.,i vsful prupairiitum of Ii ;iilinir. / .d'nm\lies II l of tin Slate, will nit onl\ lie- looked upon us the (Iitati Dandcrmo from any drag!: &
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1 the. imp in Moiiili, ninny lie',nir) mi I brgw c to tied 1 this, III II h'I'! This 1 man "st pioilueintr state for tins muchmeiku store and! just try it
d1 i tin flnipn".SIOM thaI ,'at- 0111.1, ].I II 'II 1:1': trmnydantnd t I : ) | ill of Ills Cllttlllgs (product fur stink. feeelirtg ]pur-I .

,,111'1."I.l l !,t 1 tin Ulll' tonrtulp I Miookvvilli!, "' ; ,semi-min. /( 'oiniantan" ''. 'I'o I /ill/ || until vti\. \ littl.,he .now of .it,hi I tht. a mipioNtd latjri luieairt.vti'' I1 t., ''11's'I :I""Ih but'; ]1.,;front" "lIlt".f tin iiiilit\| ,the muse st inilpoiiitwill "IN 0111-1' I ..:.......,....-..-............................................... ..................................................................................................................,..:..:......:.-.:.-.:...-:.
d Health .
Climate and I M ,that Ih'n, doiil.ts on this" ,cormnun I ,til'rr, to lion W, I H. TII1I1I1.I ( put for the soutliein state-n and A t:-
I.. disiaiili" I. fur" the ,].ihv not! 'II.t 'I'limn I"is mule: ..f"dat'lt to his .\me'rlcan outline sI' .'. '
By 1)R..1.i 1. I'o'/I'lm( old, ; in":,nl. <. -|,|( mini,. triouth' 1 during, ,ti'vts vvliuli vli\v| n"nunltuble I gains I .;. J)1. S. S. JONKSl ( =.

Slate Health Orli"'r.( 1 tin -nnnter< i nnnllhbust, I nt \\ si Ialo, in. t tin 'iuinlitv| : and, 1 iii| ilitv: ' of milk Kesttenihil:1, | :l homing> :i: n\CI'l I N I 1'0>IU I I I. ,KIVV V 1,1 I I. \ III VII -41- :X:
insist nntarru'l
nu1be i rut and. tl'1III"dalll.d. liming' token t dint' Ins raw \\lnn fed ..n', \Vhdo you on "' Ii
til:it "I'"od.'i Jlad I the Boo, ),,, HI,' 1I)1111, t v' |ii'' i -lent of t ,,11"11'i and tin : i ,. mini fur a cluiulTtni/ t'" I =i= CHIROPRACTOR =!=
t i "A m\iu\ of. safttN: icplicdtlie
.o"'pallv" ] u"/,1II'd'd" / the dolltinir,l. pi' "I"-11'tit of routr i f..d! if outer, kindHUMIIIT .
\ would.! in tall tiitious motoi, '1st. :1: I'UONCM' \1.1)I Kl I Kll I'It 1 I \l 'I',IK |
I I Strange, ,Isn't it, how fe\v of us 1 I'hunul-' in this "matter we / iiinnv; nuullhforage t .., ... '!" .
dress', hair 1"1'I'lallt.d: ill omit, 'w' tut foi'11 ui: tis in 1 I'tutlda i is a staticai S."When H< 10 M I xe > \I i vv i Ii\ I I"n** I III'I III111..j 1 1 I i . -
really know how to I iki-ie'' chances,
We pattnulatlv, ( out 1 lotidi vvo I inj.'- in .lul\;, Itutu i fljv has ing -e\rril 'Milland, it is to f till this MI, ,t'd. Ih.111: II, I f lifruie chit it onus even if to lie I'cie-sn think, I Iili I :.j: I'ECI.\I.IST ON: :>OEH'III-; : :; \M: I > MIKOMI l J( Dl I ISI ls: : |.:s X:

men* who follow 1 the falu..n'a. / d. I 1 Ihuuanimutelab' -. then wt no\\ )pos 1'I "m in Ihitvtnlsr, v\ill In gin feeding "'iut IIIN' fumil\, he aught.!: think of. JJ Will )lit' in Kissininiii. Off:,". flung ''I I ti. l 1- i(d) '1 'in ,d.I\. ', 'Ihinsdavs y
sc- ''I'I 11'us on a large, scull. I : ; :X:
less of the ilaU piefii tyly I fuq hI' .. iiiul :-"tl1ld.l I \ :
comfort The I )powcis that dll.t"t Uncut ItrglnningutIi' about an aiie' wepi III"I..d. I C" \ M'H.tll"s t tl1l' 1 lntlrr i part i ,, also of ( 'amount, }has j Plumed I a largeaircagr I .
and matiiial of our garb. havt decreed ) e X the! hnopiactot tineby l 'u i ,t ntilu {i"iju -' ratrat I Ihrpulal' / | IWI'z';
that the present, season shall of :Much of this. vein, foul of which / of the. frultntg! vain-til's" ivi (GIVE; ( "SYlU'1'| OF K.S"I ; I II .*. Consultation and. examination f n'e. .*.
v >iiiili/e on fur us tiimniing, and !I II hay "m I'le' rood with,' a big; C d;. The. stunt IvutIi the intention of prop io (OSTII'ATEIJ: ; ) rum!) : : ?
hpe the irood ladles of lorida donmd' other i \is ,rbty has "liiiuli muse slobs a 'iitmii' it for sujrit" I front tistma.le I SC>.tit yh n '}Qti"}C.. p{-M:-: S t HX->-:err: :"*.:..:..:..:..:..:-c-: :..:<..:-+:.+<4--
in hut tin'\ hate not attained the their fall costumer Septembor, laxutne" can't harm1'cndcr -
which were decorated with fur from si/e for t transplanting" ) As 7t'gards tinftuit of I the imptoMiI vatitie-s, of I 11I..lidou' "Pruil
the neck to the shoe tops because the four vanities, niimeU, 1mproed the lturbei k's cactus yield, as high I I Mile I Stomach I I.IVCT

'' their sisters and cousins and aunts in I I'resuo the best (ol'llg"111'1- a* fouttiiii ,percent of suijatn '. and How ,.11<. FOR SALE----CASH PREFERRED'Oue
Naw Yprk were gowned that same 'ety and the White, Yellow and ('rim, I | the earlier period of investigation look at the tongue, mother! If .
son fruiting, varieties, we are no longer one grower in California wrote
way The still fact hovered that Klroida among temperatures the HO's- ill doubt\ iI i I u" I that he had a customer near IDS coated. your little one's stomach, liver block of Five Lots in South Part of Town.

didn't make a bit of difference, and Starting in !March with 700 Improved I Angeles who began on a small male and bowels need cleansing at once. 250 foot front 208 foot depth. Rich Muck
the critical males looked at them ad- Fresno and 100( each of the three seven years ago who lust year refused When peevish, crows, listless, doesn't ,
,\ fruiting, we have increased our nur- an offer of $15,000! for the resultant -
mired them and perspired abundantly sleep, eat or act naturally, or is feverish Soil adapted for Banana or Truck Growing.
them. sery from one acre to about five acreson crop. While there in September -
-for And the men were just as ridiculous. which there are now growing the writer visited the grower sour stomach, bad breath; has Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make your ,r

i They packed away their Palm .5,400 slabs. referred to and learned that that sore throat, diarrhoea full of cold,
Beachea and lost !their Panamas for From the 700 forage we cut 1,560 statement was not only true but that give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup home pay for itself.

the winter, weeks before winter arrived I I new slabs leaving more than an average the grower had refused an offer of of Figs," and In a few hours all Two Lots.-Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful
I and hated themselves for doing it. of two new slabs to the first $19000 for his crop.
Few of us can endure beinc- looked at growth on the mother plant. We found him cutting an order for the fould constipated waste undigested situation, facing Lake Tohopekaliga. Ideal
fi 5,000 slabs that he had sold to a company and bile moves out
because our clothes are out of date, From the 300 fruiting varieties we food sour gently
comfortable 720 slabs the in the neighborhood and he without spot for a Winter Home. A few minutes walk
no matter how they may cut leaving same pro-- of its little bowels griping,
portion of the first maturing slabson stated that two larger orders appeared and have a well, playful child from Club House.
be.Now, the fact is that Florida has the mother plant. on his books; one of 150,000 slabs you Country Telephone and

h loss variation between the extremes Figuring conservatively, our 5,400 for a Texas firm. again. Ask your druggist for a 50- Electric Light Wires run by the lots. Golf
This grower, who lives twenty miles bottle of "California Syrup of
and the averages of summer heat and slabs will each produce an average of cent
u I winter coolness than any other state three new ones for the coming: period from Los Angeles had nine acres, Figs" which contains full directionsfor course on the spot. A Bargain.
in the U. S. of America. The changes which will give us over 20,000 slabs mostly of the earlier Varieties, on
babies children of all and for
I In Florida temperatures and other I for the first year from a start of 1000. which he estimated there were 400,000 ages Apply VALLEY-GAZETTE.
"1 weather conditions are less abrupt Had we known that the new slabs slabs. He had purchased the plot of grown-ups.

than in northern sections, particularly which matured in July could have ground! from a_ company that, had I .
in the interior sections removed from been cut and planted m the rainy equipped and sold most of the tract -------- -. -------

the influences of large bodies of wa season as we now know, we could for citrus roes. He paid $125 ,per "f t
for his land while about -
have increased our crop acre r- ,
ter.These favoring averages foster least 5,000 more alas, him who developed groves paid $200
carelessness in preparing? for or As it was, we paid heed to the per acre for their land and $$0per
j adapting our clothing to the changesthat doubting Thomases. and did not cut I acre in addition for irrigation rights.
do The result slabs until the I The cactus man stated to the writer
come. is a noticeable any new present
increase of grip, influenza, colds month. and others present that he would not
d and similar troubles from middle October I Our experience at the Hrooks\,ille I''iexrhange: his nine acres of cactus for
on. And this is especially true nursery, as well as a thorougli: investigation I all the citrus groves in that neighbor- -i.i-I

among the very young and the older regarding the many varieties -
i members of the communitytho two 'I of callus places us in a position I 1'" r

4 extremes of age in population.Here's 1 to titivihc citizens of 1'loridu thut NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD : t
some advice from the Health there are many kinds in this State,
kt't' California and other states but that
Department about dressing to meet I _
all weather and temperature e'ondi we can vouch for none but strictly I every > ( rl''s bought
tions in Florida : Wear all the year HurUank's latest improved varieties II I Expels scrofulous humors from the Buckeye Nurseries there is now sent a (tificate of
around light weight undergarments that were i fee.ted in the past three 2S4I
r blood, which cause constipation, malaria number and variety of trees, date sold ere.Ji .
n such as are suitable for summer and veers and gun mauteed to be absolutely -
make the changes in weight and texture I vpinelessVhen I rheumatism, sores, ulcers pim- The adoption of this; certificate has been su gesled to
J of the outer elothini' to meet \ the proposition to start anursery 'I
pies etc Get it at Osceola Pharma- us by the number of inquiries ntei\ed front prisons
weather variations as they ('om(-. I at Hrooksville was under ton f
There Is danger in clothing theM I side ration the \\ritn. got ill eoiie- Icy on a guarantee to bl1tisfy.FERTILIZE 4 who have bought trees asking for information to give

body" too warmly, just as in wen'in!
too little Heavy cloLhiiif induces II t other persons negotiating for the purchase of pio\ ('>,.

e perspiration und in the sudden draft I In scores of instances that )have: collie und<-r our observation -

of cold air upon the heated body or in the few
I past years, buyers paid a handsome I
upon any part of it that is usually'
', I covered, may dine! the blood front, ,, t premium on grove properties by reason of the fact that

to the skin surface to produce coupes I they were planted with Buckeye trees.
I,, tion The same result may follow
r prolonged chilling of the body from In a great number of cases negotiations for the] purchase -

insufficient clothing I of groves' have fallen through when it could not
There is also ill t the freak
w j of feminine fashion which bales, the be established to the satisfaction of the intending purchaser -

k neck and chest to the extent that' OCAt 1 ,rort, that the plantin r had been of Buckeye t trees.(
makes modest blush but the
a man Tw- It is obvious the nssur i7c.c that
made with
women defend the practice e>n the groves were

fi ground that they are "u".cl0 it." KsSS3ge. Buckeye; trees has come to be looked upon by shrew
There is danger, too, in the evening
f party gown: that is hung from the C 'f investors a? second only in importance) te > the title te>

b figure by tf dainty strap of filmy mil : .d rat the land, in view of the widespread reputation for
it terial over each .,shoulder and", ieii\c-s '
1' conspicuousiuumies of dress back quality) of Buckeye trees. s

I and front. It i iM dangerous, but--, YOUR GROVES ter11'e want to give our customer? tree insurance that hillprotect ))
Florida attracts hundreds and thousands I -
of winter vi"itork. who runty to them as inucjj as does}i title search.( Se(> we

escape the cold of the North. TI1l"1 "OLD TIMERS" Do have del iSed this certificate which will be found an
contrast between the weather conelitioiia .- small
asset of value
they !('lIve'and thorn- they find no in'allY transaction involving

b makes them careless of the latter und Wih 'I'inu..r.'sbu.r fcniM"s I burr, iiurt'nsiil,\ inIII "' '-atiu* nft,r year. the worth of a grove. It is to the trees what an

I there is danger for them The I biijrhtBun ) I sbuy, '! ... ..III 15f.ills. utah, ofthvcmiii gruu'sleuditiuushnslsayssudsln t (' abstract of title i is to the land. ,
in a cloudless sky and u gentle IF '1'"."?..fil"II.(l) :<',IO|1'N ,-,,' I bunk IK(.nmu1r..tlr' I till.II Mill,\vl" "ik'i- 1
i breeze from the northwest, are a deluding = I s.1 f < ,it rns' gals, iag look IIJK) it \\ .lUon ,IIJOMU'r r'rilli/'rs.u a vt u it")!"v.. Full particulars as to this new and ]helpful( feature of J

combination in i'lcmdu The II "ill p i\' ;\ "n t I.> study) ,I''."" tn<'ttiotU or f tlio.. "01,1 'nni.n" They ill e Buckeje service will be mailed em application. It is
northern man or woman is keyed up' t Ill\\ \ ?u th.oI.I, MIS I rt'i's nn* ii,>w < ntt'rin' t iii) < itperu.dofgrt j I .tllcslgr.sthand described in detail
. the of the northern I in the
\ to resist rigors Ila, I
' 3 winter.wrap 1 Is An almost overcoat always or worn other out Iwavv'of \c uuuIiiIln.lIII.11nIt.. I ."inowtheyan'phrt] 'ingorderaforspriragfernIIizt) ; 'rs. Catalog. If you have not received a copy of this

doors. Too often these are thrown I Cherokee Citrus Fertilizers "14Y + book, be sure to write us for one at once?-the edition

t over the arm or left at home in I'lor- f is limited and will not last long. FREE
. \ ida, because it "seems" so warm in I-', "Y Client. r l"t rI iy p..linn.o// miilrriaN. to .n. ronfiUnt. supply! on applica
the air. I of 4ilillr, lour .... b nn undue .slr .1'-' i... tier rh.rnrieneeds t iou. Address
open I II si| 1.,1., .. . . , .
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welcome winter
While we here our I ..".1.1. r1tllir mill the Blrriue eDiliveuc uf newly art fruit, r '
y visitors we warn them to bring their Buckeye Nurseries 1
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' t use *t home during their changeable Our '"rvu-e rfrp.rtaie.nt gives advice sad Inlarnitlon on all 1 rllrn.i culture r ;
summers. A straw hat, white tennis .Mad all fcinil :al .irnullur.l, ubjrrt: It I. uuint.iurd lot the. braent: al .DIM I
.- ).> shoes and linen suits are of use to the uitomrn, .ho u.. it rerljr .em __
Florida winter main- 1\01101 todoll Inc our ..,....i.1! .1.ul. en .print Ir.dliain.-uk for s II.I 01 tbe _
tourist during a eft 1
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With C 1t
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.* background' of palms they make a, Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer*Company --. \ i
cbar miiagPota to be pictured and sent
i '' JduMnlI Muirfwtww* .! leiwl FwttEnra Florida IJI.Cr I I- '" I
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,v\, ,* .1 -f f yrr.zFRIDAVANUARY ;T-F MS i \ ** ,Tr-iwp.*) nfT' tji* VF* TT TT ri "' T " "i 'HHK
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from waif., walks and similar' pla es. meetings' for the demonstration saith 'Lord, Lord: ,* unto me,'shall en. of the civil war, tells of a soldier who
I r If it becomes\ necessary to spray agents sometime'.in February. There ter the Kingdom of Heaven, but he thrusting his bayonet through one of
,leaves and plants to which copper sulfate will be five or six of these In' which that doeth the will of .my ,Father, the opposing: line was overwhelmed sl
. Agricultural News Notes is caustic it Is best to use bordeaux four of five agents from neighboring: which is in Heaven." with grief, to And a* he drew his bay..
mixture. Evert Spanish mosa countieswill: meet for consultation ,When we read' of the ,warring* nations onet forth that he had killed his i
FURNISHED BY UNIVERSITY' OF FLORIDA. is killed under certain circumstance and investigation. Two days are usually each praying for their own euo brother. It is not too much to. hope +
by bordeaux. required for'' these meetings. cess, we .can but wonder how much that the day will yet come when men i..
i. .' COLLEGE: AGRICULTURE!, ft- h During the they visit representative .' faith they have that their petitions will so recognizethe tie that binds
; .. \ WHAT WILL DFOR ,farms and take notes. The will be answered. I do not remember him to all his fellowmen that he will 1,
FERTILIZERS following day they make reports. of'ever seeing prayer suitable for suchan find it! possible to settle all his disputes -
I EVERY FARMER SHOULD for the ordinary home garden. It the work in their counties, compare occasion. without reaortTto blood; and in
TAKE AN INVENTORY ,, should be built on light well drained What will we-do for fertilizers* Is notes among themselves concerning The following:, published in the New the bringing of this dy woman, "last,
1:soil' either' level or sloping& gently tho from section.; The best I demonstration work, discuss plane, York Sun, some Ume since, would 'ot.tbe cross and first at the sepulchre .
.. Bookkeeping/ the farm Is J just as .south. we can cry, is the every only answer There consult, and offer criticisms .of the seem to word the real spirit-of a war ,," will play, an importantpart.. '
'. important as it ill in any otHer buss The frame ought to be 16 to 20 no substitute for potash, and the only conditions observed the previous day. prayer -The Coroner.,
lte... Farming: in the Unite\ tateat inches hl&on the north and 8 to 10 autlook seems to persuade the cropsto These meetings are beneficial to "0, God we are about to plunge : '
ship-shod business, because fewer I,inches on the south. The soil shouldbe get -along- on less than they have the agents in that they offer oppor- into battler we pray thee that thou HE TRIED THEM ALL
keep accounts. The- situ est, enriched with well rotted manure before. Early plowing''1 is advisable at : tunity to see what other agents are wilt be with us and so direct our guns -
.', \ J of bookkeeping; is the inventory and commercial fertilizer. Do not tiyie. It is of vital importance doing and to observe conditions in 'I that we may mow down the enemy Redd-Boating- a great sport.,
,. the farmer can take that at leas '' make the soil as rich as that into any this E. S. Pace, district agent other counties.. The meetings are open like chaff. May we kill hundreds outright Greene-So' they told me.
ri Dr. W, C. Etheridge; professor.ofkgronomy ',which the plants are tq be planted. for the year.University of Florida Extension -' to farmers and while they are not and maim many more, thereby "And you tried it?"
: in the University of Florida . I 1 If it is richer the plants will become Division, advises the farmers to' generally distributed over the stateas causing gloom and desperation to "Oh, yes; all- kind"
College of Agriculture, has been J stunted when they are transplanted, break their land immediately and turn institutes are, farmers should at- settle down upon the hearts and the "Which did you like beat?"
:.. r riving' inquiries -concerning meth-' while if i it is not so rich they will continue under all the Vegetable matter On it. tend them when they are held in a hearthstones of our enemies. 0, thou "Well, I don t know. You see when
( ot making the inventory. He is '\ rr'owth unchecked. The trash on the land will then have neighboring communjty.CANNING God of Battles enable us to make I ttied sailing half of the time we
p range i form to be sent to alt who I I I'lantH started in this way will grow time to decay and become incorporated .. make many widows and orphans; let were becalmed; then I tried: a motor
d s re-It. The form will contain such slowly rtq that by the time ganger with the soil. This material will = = ciAins RAISE RECORDThe there l be hundreds of homes desolated : boat acid the old motor got out of order
heads as grain, hay, other farm pro- : from froslvis, over they will be about not only furnish plant food but it will'I -- ; let there be devoted sons left to nearly every trip."
dusts; horses mules, little, hogs: the right sIze to plant out. The glass assist ill liberating native plant foodin ,'I average1:'' yield and average net mourn the fathers that we shall kill; "Why didn't you try rowing" ,y ,
poultry, machine'y, implements und should be raised on warm days so the soil. i'profit made by the running club girls let there be distracted wives und! "I did.
:1&. miscellaneous subjects. I that fresh air and! sunshine will be ad- A stalk cutter or disc harrow : this year shows considerable increaseover mothers to cry unceasingly at the loss "Didn't you like that?"
: The farm inventory should lie taken mitted. A' little ventilation is necessary -I should be run over the field before it t those of last year. C. K. MpQuari I of the light:' of their homes and the "Oh, yes, pretty well, but my'wife
at least once a yeur. It should betaken every day.If im plowed. :This will cut up the vegetable ie. state agent for the University -(support of their declining yeura. 0, got tired rowing all the time." 1
at about the same tfme' each one cannot afford the glass, unbleached mutter so. that it can l be turned , of 1 Florida 1'"II'n"ionI'iHion: \ has ,I (;Jrrrl, if there l he rood hen on the other --
.' year sunhat an intelligent eompaiismi muslin may be used instead. completely under. Otherwise) itl i )received I a repent t from, Miss Agnes hide who pnry( to thce for success' Thirty-one colleges! and universities
of the fl1l'm'el1lt h can be made. This should l be attached to the north will not lot so uickly.| The foregoing :: Ellen Man'is, running club agent, in i turn thou their prayers to emptywinds. I in this country give coursese in the
Some farmers take un invontoiy .side pel manently and' ) fastened. on the; method will not furnish all the potash :: which the yields and profits, of thegirls ,, Let it he given' to us to sink \arious courses of journalism.
semiannually.Dr. south side and ends so that it can be. f or fertilizer needed, l hilt it will Dategrowuig are compared. Last year tile more" ships and to cause more misery I
I Kthetidgo suggests t Unit about readily removed when u warm day'come conditions happier) fur{ tho averair'' \ isle was :!((ilS (l pounds of ;'than our enemy, with all\ its striving ,
hajlf a day will 1 lie south ient for taking:' I ". I'nless cold thu-atens, the.cover I,, und fair results can be hud.I' s strue I vegetables\ to the tenth note, while' can do; and this we ask. for .the sake The Quinine. That Does Not Affect. The HeadDecmINC
the the faim. b left off at night. The I "'' ""* who labored to bring of It* tonl end taxnlive effect E.AXA*
inventory on average I may this year" the average' '* {V H$ilfi of pence I TlVK HKOMo QlXlNlNK {I. better than ordinary
Time this usually be found high "noi111side will ward! olf considerable .. *., will to earth. Amen" .
for < can II'\.VI- I poundLast I year the uvern':. dC; :- .y, good Quinine and does not cmi'"e nervo> nor
about the first. of t the year. The ruse'' cold wind. ;M.\\ profit was :$"G3:29;: ) and this year it vr.. s + I ...,,' furl In hea": Kemcmtwr. .. the full nnmeaml
farmer will not stop \\ith an inven- STATE ('on." SHOW NEXT YEAH $lj7.IiH! 1 1i r, O't, vividly describing a scene '''0100 _the. ifntur* ol U. W. GUOVJi. a\Of.! ,

tory, however. An inventory will ,show) It costs no more to maintain a sow 1 1 The total value of the vegetables I I 4 . ,
the profits and losses. and it will, .show \ which will bung eight pigs than it It is probable t that t there\ will \be a i raised by the (fills this year was! -- --

whether gums have 1 been made, but it ,, does one which brings fuur. Fatten : .state coin show in connection with'' $9r,23..9.t :! \ The net profit was $'ii-;, i 1KI"\IDr"I:::\ ', ::':: rllrII'::: :II:::::: .,
will not show where the gams or losses '' I the the iliones. and make meat and I the l r-'nrmers' Shoet,\ Course at the 1 222.2L(; There were 1S.18: (rills< ('n- : ''
have been made. A simple systemof lard, of them before they become too 'University" of 1 Florida next year. (5.I. ;. ''rolled but only fiO'.t)! reported at the
accounts is necessary' to stop the I valuable to kill. They will\ !soon consume I 1 I.. llemngton, state corn, club agent contestEilnu! Tiantliam of Duval I '
leaks and 'eliminate the drone animals I enough feed to make very dear for the Exlt'nollli"i; \ ioll, is planning county won t the state pri/e. She madea :1 i
and unprofitable ('I'Op"'r- meat to' hll\'(' the corn lob boys who yield of HH''t;': pounds. ut a net profit iI
al such systems have been vvoiked out I ----- win I-dlOlat'l-hip!< in the course bring ",if $H2,",7 Theprrc consisted. of I .
and I for keeping..accounts.COOPERATION the Uime-jsity of Floiicla Extension them. In'addition it Is hoped that. ,' and the 1'V-derated Wom
Division, is receiving! the annual re- the farmers' can be induced to make en's Clubs.
InJ-"n: : I ports from the county apenls. There (exhibit. .- I, n_ I ( t
COST 1)I.:i 1 .IIINERY= will be !some interesting lijjuies available I !Most of these exhibits could l l he collected that night while the family was away
I when the data have bone compil,] from( the best which hail been I and stole $1000 worth of jewelry. '

There machines whichare ed. Last year the average' yield of shown at fairs. Then too, those who rW.C.T.U. COLUMN]] I I -
are many
I The risk bf both theft and fire is
needed on the faim, l>ut they are I corn of demonstration! farmers almost had profited by their ax expedience inselecting
either too costly or lie amount of I doubled, that of the state as u whole. I an exhibit for the county avoided by putting your valuables in

work to be done will not justify: the fair would stand a good. chance in the :i The next meeting of the union will our Fire and Burglar Proof Vault,

necessary outlay :Much( of this machinery i Fourteen Bounty the demonstration I state !, be Friday January J 14. where you can rent a f Safe Depositfor
with Extrusion Di-
is idle most of the year and I1g.l1tS'nt Y'
farmers do not fart I like, having the '' MSIOII Force of the University of ''I / : ci.i'H IMMS I\HHm I I Jelul"id : "Not every one that
purchase price tied up when it could Flonda, to study: pork I production! in TIIIIOI1I1I.E= STATE YIELD
be employed otherwise: The hay press South tit-uigia.; C. K. I McOuariielute I - I I $3.00( and $4.00 per year x xI

is a !good example l 11111,". a man has agent iP.I Spencer, ,"and! 1S:: The corn club! boIIn' the ihiun- ... F
fare, district agents, and l.( I L. llernitirton ----- I I :
a large furm and mush hay he cannot" pion corn raisers, of the state. They'have 'a
afford to purchase a prc-- for" In- own roan club agent, went. The not only beat the state* a\'I'all"e''I I Are you interested in Fla. lands forpurpo"e I
{ hog business, of Florida: will receive a the demonstration
but they have\n
use. ( 1 ? Am in position to
stimulus as a result of the trip. any 1
There are mans other implements farmers who have also \been 'I
and classificn- a
in the selection
in the same'class, which are necessary i working under mstruc-tions of the
but too expensivefor the ordinary WORK (;.lU)1VING) ) : i county agents. Reports received by |I lion of Fla. soils and to give instruc

I farmer. Clarence Poe, editor of I IN'; PASCO COUNTY) '; G.! L. Herring\on, corn club agent for 'tions in preparation for and cultivation [ SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT

Progressive Farmer, gives] a list of I 1 the University of Florida Extension 'I of same. Will be pleased to give (
machinery which can be bought and That interest in boys' and girls : Division, show that the boys made an
used co-operatively in his new hook I club work is growing is shown by pro- average yield of :37.5.:! bushels to the i any desired information of which I
How Farmers Co-onerate and! Double i gress in Pasco county. C. K. McQuarne acre. This is more than twice the 1 may be capable to my old customers DIRECTORS ri
Profits. A few which apply to Flor- I state agent for the University of ,slate average, vJtvich\ was given by the as well as the new ones. :
puller, Florida Extension division has Bureau of Estimates at 15 bush
ida are mentioned: "Stump received Crop I
furnished house $10
_. manure spreader, corn harvester, peaRoller a report from Dr. R. Thor els December 16. It is 11 bushels Four-room per ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON
spraying outfit, cowpea thresh- Weaver, county agent, that' fifty- higher than that of the demonstration month; has fine garden.
Jjtraction:! plow, lime and fertilizer three boys and girls were enrolled for farmers last year. Just one of those cheap lots left, F. W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD A. W.

distributor, potato digger, stalk club work in one day. These young- According to the foregoing figures'the I$10 down and $2 a month.A c
ter, grain drill, peanut picker, cut-I sters will be organized into corn, state yield would have been at 6-room house so arranged as can J
ing machine, horse clipper, poultry and pig clubs. Dr. Weaver least 24,000,000 bushils instead of 12- :
cement tile machine, road started work in Pasco county the. first 000,000 if the bovs had raised all the be sub-rented in 8 suites for light ,

chopperi" arm level such, cane concrete mill, mix-hay of December. and Only 628 boys completed their housekeeping.MRS. ::::::"" :N.,.:::::, =:"I":u: 'muu"u,,.,,,
press. Others as reported. MARY SUMMERS, 608 Pen-
er, silo forms, lard press, pumping IIILLSBORO BOY WINS
field St. 1 blk. W. of the end of brick
station, light station, dipping vats, STATE CORN PRIZE DISTRICT MEETINGS OF COUN- ,
could be added.Purchasing TY AGENTS IN FEBRUARYThe ave., S. Kissimmee.

machinery Is one of the Fred Evers, of Alafia Hillsboro I _
many ways in which farmers can co- county is the champion boy corn grower University of Florida Exten-
operate. They can buy other farm in Florida. His yield was not quite sion Division will begin the group 4\
supplies in this way. They can form the highest. William FulUfn of J
marketing associations, mutual Insur- Brooksville, Hernando county. made .
ance companies, cow- testing: associations 100.67 bushels, but Fred Evers made .
co-operative creameries, rural the highest percentage, 92.64.' His
societies, packing houses, grain yield was 99.36 bushels, at a cost of SUBTROPICALMIDWINTER W.if\t 32:
j Cilt.ors, egg circles and various 15 cents a bushel. r/1V11 I
a co-operative enterprises. He recelyed the state prizes of $50 FAIR AND 71"-I"
ie1 Extension workers for the University -. offered by'' the Federated Women's

of Florida r port that farmers Clubs and enough pecan plant EXHIBITIONS
ace inquiring a great deal more about two acres. William Fulton won the ,
co-operation, and it is toward helping State Bankers' prize of $50 for the \ -
'them that the College of Agriculturehas -
highest yield. TO CITIZENS: OF VOI USIA, LAKE,
introduced a correspondence ,SKM INOL.E. OHCKOLA AND OUAN -.
in In this course course co-operation. of ;
all.the steps for organization -
necessary COUNTIESGREATEST are It known to all of you that you
of a co-operative association, bylaws Winter offers opportunity to rid Invited and expected to prepare i
parliamentary rules and all instructions suitable exhibits for display at thereat
trees vines and shrubbery of ,
for clubs and proceedingsare ex poult Ion already agreed upon
lichens and even Spanish moss. On a y your people, engaging In a. friendly
given. In addition the organization competition for the exhibition of the '
small scale plants may be rid of these EVENT IN
and histories of societies in the I varied products of your section, also BURBANK
by scraping the branches "
United States and Europe are given. pests THEHISTORY things "Made In your towns your.
trunks and pulling the moss from school work your frultM. your ve,.e- 1.S
them. This method is expensive of OF TIlE tables, your farm products, your totes "
STRIPED CUCUMBER BEETLE time and labor. In most cases, according FIVE COUNTIES of your house: stock and, chickens field. ;' your and art< all creations l other' SPINELESS CACTUS
V3 STILL CAUSING TROUBLE to P. II. Rolfs, director of the thin,... of Interest.
University of Florida ExperimentStation Prepare to attend In person and with IMPROVED "FRESNO"The
from South Florida show your family and friends, and the stranKer -
Reports the farmer will find it advan- within .
that the striped cucumber beetle is tageous to use copper sulfate solu- S your gales.SUBTROPICAL sI Winder Forage for Cattle, Hop, Poultry i
spreading rapidly and that it evidently ; MID-WINTER EX-

) JikeS the country. During November tion.The plants should be sprayed only COUNTIES POSITION OF THE PROSPEROUS I FRUITING VARIETIES ,
it was reported in South Florida during the dormant season with this FIVE COUNTIES.
for the first time. Then, there was solution, else :-'t will burn the foliage. Producing Most Delicious Fruit for Table Use '
only one or two complaints. J. R. A pouad of copper sulfate in 15 gal :
Watson, entomologist to the University lons of water may be used while the
of Florida Experiment Station, I trees or vines are dormant. As spring; FEBRUARY 15-19 1916Orlando PLANT THE BESTThe
has recently received inquiries about approaches a pound of the copper sulfate 1
the insect from the whole southern in 25 gallons': of water is all that ;; Florida latest improved and finished product. Gain
part of the state. can be used. Even this solution is too : the advantage of heavier tonnage and increased }
The wings of the beetle are yellow strong for foliage. This same spray i food value. '
and black striped, while the beetle is Is good for removing green slime -
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than of an inch Ic9ng. i
less a quarter
Secure booklet and learn the wonderful valueof t
and about half as wide. It feeds on our

melons, cucumbers, squashes and re- SOUR ACID STOMACHS 'I e this product and the great difference in the pro-
lated p ants. It eats the young plants duction of the many varieties. y;
from the time they come up. Quite GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach

frequently young plants are completely loTcstifate our Cooperative Nursery Pisa t
destroyed. The greatest danger is Large Returns for Five Year
: "Pape's Diapepain" digests 3000
during the time between coming up 1 .
'and vining. !grains of food, ending all stomach igher in Price-Sometimes IT MEANS MONEY FOR YOU
Mr. Watson recommends bordeaux misery in fire miautea.

mixture about 12 as ounces a repellent of powdered spray lead Add ar- Higher in Quality-Always

senate, or 1V4 pounds of the paste, to Time itt! In five minutes all stom- Burbank Products Co.
60 gallons of the bordeaux. Care il11
ach distress will No I
should be used in spraying the plants go. indigestion, RESULTS TELLJ Ask customer about
since they are easily burned by arse- heartburn, sourness or belching of any '... Sou&era Offfce
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nicals. For cucumbers, cantaloupes gas, acid, or eructations of undigestedfood FAVORITE FERTILIZERSThey '
and squashes, Mr. Watson thinks that ) 4uVCitizeBs .,Bitnk Building Tampa, Florid
the quantity recommended will no,\- be no dizziness, bloating, foul know'' and can testify as to THEIR !

injurious. I breath or headache. QUALITY THEIR SOLUBILITY LASTING
Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its ,

I It is the sorest, quickest stomach reMedy to FLORIDA SOILS 1 a i t tIII

of North and Central 1 Florida in the whole world and besides it II wtp

who like early vegetables should; build is harmless. Put an end to stomach : Special Formula tot All Florida Crop
cold frame in which to start the I
a plants. Such vegetables as tomatoes, ( trouble forever by getting a large WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS I ul, llrJ
eggplants and peppers for early fifty-cent case of Pape' Diapepsin : J ,j 7) .
1 (transplanting may be started in this I from any drug stole. You realize: In' AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS.. INSECTICIDES ,- ',

l8irJ five minutes how needless it ts to suffer utv rltcsrlo r J r,. .
( J,& -/ 'dL. Floyd, of the University of T" 'i .
1'110," 1 11;- 'VJpVina', Colylege of Agriculture gives from Indigestion, dyspepsia or any FORALE .... ,
A rthe: following directions for making stomach disorder. n'. yquickest, a "
:7 ? the frame: A frame 6 by 12 feet surest and mot harmless stomach sPs f. / "(,JC'.tt J\\
!. -will accommodate four hotbed sashes, ". :
'i\i\ '; 3 by 6 feet. This will be large enough doctor in the. world. .
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The Kissimmee: 'Valley Gazette owned and operated 'by;; .'the Seminole! Land &. Investment . box. At" Laurel Hill Fla., shipper quote. peanut ; : : 'i

Company primarily to promote, th$' interests ,at $1.75 and $2 a bushed f.ob.: t
of that company. 'As is noted in the "news NEW V AL EINMUCK SOIL ,
'You a't You "a .
are le&. i in hurry for the
are orange
.. ..!.<' towrr frliy.'. columns of this issue the commissioner saw fit to ,
Sties I. TuIUy O<-..>->!<. DBll-llBa-,, KlMl>M_ Flu. divide the designation of official ', *, .but after you get price quoted you have .
an betweenthe

B. nAIUtIS AND 1W. H. O, VANS AgNEW, ow..--... Valley Gazette and this land company: paper organ. I points then to and figure learn out that the the cost rate from on these grapefruit different,'and INOCULATING THE SOIL, ', \'II

ID. B. tVGLE.Edl.r.d M-tBacer. This commissioners had a perfect right to do, . .
in standard
;if f theyjlhought the interests of the taxpayers would orange crate of eighty pounds, vary By ROBERT .RANSON.. St. Aug\rstine, Fla. I II
from ,
I .......r....... ft..f ,thus bei better served. It is upon this point that we $1.54 at. Jacksonville; to $2.02 at Miami. L . > I
On. Copy, On. Tear .........._._.............. believe they erred. . $1.66 at Kissimmee, $1.87. at Fort Myers. $1.90at I
One Copy Rlx" Monthfl ....-._...._...___...__.. l.OO) Fort Lauderdale I f under date of November 16th tho I their vitality on cotton for only about
On. Copy Thre Month. .........._...._........ ,76AH One of the requirements of the law for a legal I Time -Union published a paper by me six' weeks.
publication-of any 'notic ; required to be printed The system adopted by the Wells Fargo Com in reference to the above Interesting I Two great problems now remainedto

eommuMentions, must be except ulifncd, from by the our wrltr.authorl..d.orre.pondentH. by" the public ,-officials, as well as others is that it pany is an* extension of the suggested reform. subject, which is here reproduced\ with be solved inoculation-first to- insure complete to fin sue
from in soil
.for.Rejected matter will not be returned unless called shall be printed in a newspaper, published in the in Interstate express rates, embodied in a report from the Home England additional aa to the information'progress of these cess free, growing azotobacter or nitl-i,

county and of general circulation therein. The Commerce Commission three years ago. experiments and which is of peculiat ing bactoria which was not depend'

(Rnterrd In the I'oMoffldo In Klsilmmee- I- Florida, Valley Gazelle contends that 'such is not true of the { Franklin Lane now a member of the Cabinet as interest at. thia time as showing anew on the roots of any particular pl...
aa .ocotttt.Tyai. matter.) land company organ. since the larger of its I Secretary of the Interior. In that report was em- value in muck soils in the various" for 'Its Support or existence, but that
circulation is confined Si. | bodied the "zone rate theory," one of the most drained areas of the state.I might equally feed nitrogen to any
strictly to Cloud
to I
pur- in of letter went needing it and growing
am possession a plant
RIDAY. JANUARY 7. 1916. chasers of land from the Seminole Land & Investment I' important suggestions for the development of express me, from Prof. Koltomly through a'' in I hI'.,ojl, and secondly, to find }
I company and prospective purchasers other traffic that has been made. It has been ad third party, as follows: soil or medium suitable to the

I::;' I Help rtt llain our visitors.. I sections: of the country. We believe thai in the opted by (the Wells. Fargo Company in its arrange "iintloriiil No, t ITIHliax' "-...11 lnHt. in, fottniiikll I (ration Snsupjioi't of .the .
( uninillli-c foi I IK
pin pom ill ion.
t.:' .. -.. .. j'j't case of election calls eld. that there are many ment for these packages which come from the i>r lnln .'. thai bulkhead sections of the county which will not be reached shipper direct lo the consumer. It has been neg- II Holt ,l.Mill, ,\ 'H lllHrilM'l.\ .i-f III I MI I. H. llirltomley, (>f Kew Gardens,
f; Talk.aho)11) !some more. I through the publication of notices this land .lected by the Southern as is shown in the rate 'n.tI": > :; now fci till/.i-l. u Ini h 'In nil near I,ui i Ii liii, Kniflund to make thin
I j --- : :- I in company we have quoted from the Southern for the i'X |M"ilniiiitjil, I KtiiUf,, IN llinli, i nlnoil. i to 11101 mously const i in-live !,,,. '
Is it fair the orange .
to and .
:.I Be a booster( all the lime, but bclie\e wilh the I who have organ.a right to know ? taxpayers voters belt of the South. I jhn\f I'l'M- .Itf i>i-t i tlloHt 1 'i. 11* I|1".1",1, ...lIlIk 1 t ,Ki'iitb; ,llj,, nMllMU\, I In :. x- Seliilcd. llinniM from Pent.( 'l'lfni
: true booster that I the good enough.I ." I It was Ii i'st I necensaiy to ('
!' :Jtli is Then again (lie publication named as the official We are not intending any invidious comparison -I i..iii.' ' '' 'ii.tftitlli 1 l no.J: ; ilinjtui.* whlrli" UIIM luK* u .HIII I it 'I" .
paper of the county ought| to be a newspaper between companies; we are contrasting the f.i: .Innin (Ihe' I'l'op.p.I"d'' : and
: I Help iel1 lo gicalcr by lendingaid I ,,,11"1| I tjf HUH ,HH< iix'i'i" \ "l"i u 10""
you I prosperity which) devoted the traffic conditions North and South. We I ciMitKin of the 1"'ful.blll'l'I'ill.
I is to county as a whole first and are presenting -:, Illllf.) llllH llflVt "10'1.,1' Its .,,IItii.i.-,, ", ,,,
> lo excry movement for the bellennent l of your foremost and not !the organ of any Isal ticular exI ,, .the two systems one of which has been' nr,1".1 l f'Ih. i.i|""-i Inn, ",i.. it 1, 0111" lack of nioistuii*, ;nudity, of soil,
es.s of nitiiites ami su un ,jiml
8 city. . I II I plotter or the land which it has for exploitation. I.most t effective III ,developing small traffic from the I .tll-IIIIW hill, I I'll .ION \Mli "'ki., 1 ...I I.i, ii'sult II'I'd humus from soil.'l
- -. '- '1'1.,1| |1.,1 i .Hi l'''fni. fllll,1 ollt .
I We believe that the designation of a newspaper as truck garden centers and fruit growing centers of I .. '; .. us food fin t the pl.iMl-frcdiiit-: .... ..
'k. IMIMI : f.ntotX* .Illll tllI(
,: One week of the new year hai palsed] with} to (lie official paper of a county lends a semi-official the West and South nilo Eastern cities or other .hull.Ml' .. BtlollH\ HhllU I n-Ulltx' III i pu. This, iifi ,'i' I Iiiii1 infill' ( with a
:., day. Ha\e you done anything lo boost Kx-iimmee character to its statement concerning the various 'cities reached I by the Wells Fargo- Company. and linMti| In ti"-i- li\, ni'Xt Hi'iiNitn I. ultiiii of I b.uteiiubuli he < "
I' numml matter
.d i
ih and Osceola county ? i sccliens of the county. For that leason it is not the failure. to develop this traffic from the truck .j A dialing i from a i London paper. named l.y him I II I I t'MOCKN.: i( ; : .

t! - : : I light 1 and just that the !house oigan of one landcomany garden center and flie fiuit growing sections of I dated ( )kto".r :25th, stages that in Undi' /pioper' i-millions( I of

Make the lrancr( within our gales feel that should be able to (go before prospective the South; into the border States and into EesternStales. prnnched July, lltll' (!.,'rnla Hottomly ii iiifiicultuist-i i was I I i"1'-l I\\ill ii i-c' stipend and 1 I tciiip-M.-itiiir: t' Ihniuirh these; Ihe cult
r their and want them to 1':11".11.\ !
r we appreciate coming come
scttleis with statements about ,its land backed bv I II j asking i for "amp I ]ti's of his i I uuirt t'os fo, mid, wide 1 lieNoml; Iii,' spolh \\hi-ro;
;. again next uinlci', or better still to become pennaII t llns semi-official( character of the paper. In olhe'rII I| .. '._, '--- I t the ( e-rnlln, I Hoard 1 of Airi i u.ultuie.I they Wi-ie ln-t Hit i 1'1,"h/l'j) /iinil one,

nent residents.. words ly'' such designation the county ( omlnl.sion. but woie refusi'il. I thinks; of 'any tine beinir! fertilized
-- ,. .. II I TRUE AMERICAN COMMANDMENTS \Vh,itt. (luting the past tvM'iitj yea, fiom. one 1I11'h'"f "a..I"II.d; pout.I'lie .
lend their
ers support indirectly to one land company such wonderful 1 it discovel u ., lm\i* I lirinmade ,
The old saying has il that the first twelve day pi.irliral, ii-sults fiom the use
with, others. I t by science i mdifint'. '-,
in competition many '_ in t snrgtianil !
of the the IwcNe of hUll"''!ge i"I in"I' I lieated I I new year represent months of the I the mechanical ffils, it inUiesting
I If should; IS
an issue arise in which the county lieen little' shott of maMeloUH and the
( year so far ai weather conditions are concerned. If and the Jand company aforesaid were parties and I I I True Americanism has been reduced to ten to note parallel aiKaiut's inpidlprogressing "commiMi" ';ml I \alue I of this I is moderately -
that is I true, we are sure the first half of I he year such condition arise we'' commandments. The compiler of the decalogue I in the cultivation ami fixed at lift)' dollars a ton based on
a can at any time : new improvement of soils; and HI lhi well : ;
will be as near perfect paradise as anyone can hope would have the is Rabbi of known 'results of other fs'i" tilizt.riof the
peculiar situation of a bearing Silverman Temple Emanu-EI dividingthe from the unknown
paper same \ 1IIu,', I In I liM'l 4 I :t III one cx pesi-
to find on this mundane sphere. the of official after New York. and his compilation is addressed I is being gradually lifted we stand ,
; . I stamp recognition looking to amazed at the meat with poUUoes the use of liunio-
' I the interests not of the county but of its owners American citizens generally. and hyphenated citizens before possibilities ill spieuil. out gen gave I 12.'l:!: iut'ictnt better results
: L. A. Hamilton/ writes from Toronto that heI whose name it bears at its masthead. in particular. The commandments of patriotism I our of gaze agriculture.Origin . I than were obtained.! on unfertilized.
Agricultural Chemistry.The soils 7r cent' better than with
j I believes the of bulkhead the shores per
building along
a We believe that this event marks the entry of are as follows : first great step from the old the best known fertilizers, and 41 percent
of Lake Tohopekalhga and the reclaiming of the the Seminole Land & Investment company into the "I. the United Stales of America am they nation to the new dates back to the forties better than with barnyard ma-

,I land behind il t would be the greatest improvement politics of the county. Right here there is a question -I which. by the help of God has brought thee when Lawes and others introduced nure.
; that Kissimmee could make. Let's busy witK-\ chemistry to the notice of the far- To encourage/ those who might be
get of purely partisan nature. Osceola county is out of the land of monarchy. out of the house of mer and chemical manures of certain
inclined to that nothing could
the city council and get the1 work started. I a democratic county in a democratic state. The bondage. fixed proportions took the place of suit to the say average farmer from re-all

land company organ began business with the statement "Thou shall have no other nations before me. I older methods, thereby' enormously this; information to whom the services -
I'? We hope the rumor i is not true that the editor that il would be independent in politics. In Thou shall not bow down to them nor serve them increasing>; the yield of food- and forasre of the trained bacteriologist, or

\ of the Seminole Land Company's "organ" in St other words it left the field open so that if the occasion for I I. the United States claim thy love and grati- -We crov have>f now enlisted the services microscopist some results are not-of possible may-

Cloud will I be a candidate 'against the County Commissioner should arise it might take either side, o sf tude. of the bacteriologists who with their give along/ these lines my for own the experiments past

who argued l hit case so well before hit political question. It has had one opportunity to "Thou shall not make light of the laws of the improved microscopes have uncovered two years.

fellow member- Such action on his part would champion the cause of democracy. That chance United Slates, thy country. for it will not hold him unknown.vast empires As the of bacterium bacterium hitherto Without knowing anything for a

'f. certainly be the "irony of fate." came in the last county election when the present guiltless who maketh (light of its name. reproduces itsetf ordinary by division every time I was of constantly the efforts at of work I' Bottomley improvemy

.. -: :- county commissioners were named. If we remember "During the six days of the week in which thou half hour one single specimen wouldin muck and peat products and to
I r, The arrest. in Birmingham. Alabama. last Sat- correctly at that time with a republican ticket labored thou shalt honor thy country with thy the course of a day and a night be- convert them into humus, by first excavating -

" urday which is a city of practically 200,000 inhabi- in the field. the land company organ was silent as work-thou. thy son.. thy daughter! thy man servant come Thus the while ancestor we of owe 280.000,000,000.the( chemistsa in and seasoning as long as

j lanls. was "43. The year before they were 137. In to the merits of the democratic ticket, which, included tny maid servant and even the stranger! who great and lasting debt, it now appears as possible possible the and sun introducing, grinding various as fine

I 1914 there was open saloons, in 1915 prohibition the names of the very men who voted to give has entered the gates of thy country. And on the that still greater benefits .may forms of decayed animal matter

; was in force. Which is better, the open saloon or this land company organ a portion of the public seventh day. on which thou takest thy rest and come from the bacteriologists. I enrich it and to start the growth tor

.I, prohibition printing. paid for by the democratic taxpayers of I which thou keepest: : holy thou shalt also pray for Friendly Useful bacteria Services can of made to suitable I Tn\m/1 u *.I bacteria.Ittrrl I Rbrt.,1' in ...hap I .
:- Usceola county. the welfare or thy country. fight the battles of the gardener and Prof.: Bottomley; left off, with peaty;
j, The plan to have winter visitors register at the Why. then it is asked did the county commis- "Thou shalt honor the Constitution of thy. country husbandman. muck, and results were quickly apparent

Woman' Club building i is proving a success. Thi sioners designate this paper for a part of the county in order that thou mayest live long and in peacein As Is well known to medical science in the rising temperature of

,' is a good plan and should result in bringing together printing ) this land which the Lord, thy God hast given in bacteria the treatment often of the human body the ground and seasoned muck piles
? conquers disease by introducing kept in dark, the growth of
of all the visitors at some time so that all The only reason given was that while the majority thee. something which in itselfis fungi in the material and the rich
of them may get acquainted with each other and of the board favored the continuance of the "Thou shalt not kill the people of another coun- a minor disease, 'o that also it is leaf mould smell and appearance of

with the townspeople. Being in a winter tourist Gazette as the unqualified official paper. one mem- try by offensive warfare nor permit the people possible by Nature help to introduce the finished product.

i& resort state we should do our part to see that those ber A. F. Baft's' of the third commissioners districtin of thine own country to be lulled by the tricksof bacteria to of cure the soil.the defects and deficiencies countless Under colonies the microscope of bacteria I and found the

L of the visitor who come here are properly enter. which St. Cloud is located pleaded for the des- war. For years we have observed certain most gratifying results to all to

' tained] and made'to feel at .home. ignation of the land company organ as a "political "Thou shalt not enter into entangling alliances phenomena in" connection with plant whom I sent this prepared humus for

-: :- necessity" to his aspirations for re-election. with any nation but seek the peace of all nation its growth real cause.without or effect.either understanding experiments lawns. on their gardens and. ;

The Vallely Gazette has a supply of those new We can understand how the statement of facts "Thou shalt not steal the territory, the' commerce For example we have noted on the In citrus groves where trees stro ,)

county booklet which so well set forth the advantages (from one commissioner AS regard his political or the glory of another nation. roots of leeiiminous and' other plar.ts so famished for humus that'tho ...

of OtcCol county. They-are free and may be chance might have aroused the friendly feelings /'Thou shalt not be false .to thy treaties withoth'er small it nodules or tubercles and spokenof ers had'about concluded to dig ub\ I .

1" sent in envelopes( prepared and given with them, to of his brother commissioners. We can understandhow nations.. ,. is. The as a bacteriologist disease which, however in reality, has it remove all kinds the trees.had and ben where tried fertilizersof without

any part of the United States for three cents postage it might have accomplished the result it did "Thou shalt not covet another nation's territory shown us that, though it is a diseased results,' a new lease of life seemed to

,I providing! the envelopes are not sealed. Come but we do not believe that such a reason should nor its army nor its navy nor its ideals. nor condition of the roots, in these tubercles I be given and a fine growth and large ta

t_ in and get some. Send them to people in the North have been sufficient to have caused the board to its ambitions nor anything that belongs to it." exist myriads of bacteria, which fruiting resulted.
while looking to the
olr.nt for Last
. food Week/ 1 received a letter from
.. who may be interested in Florida. Winter visitor thus disregard the other and many reasons why . and shelter are liberally paying; for citrus grower of thirty-five
will find these booklets fine souvenirs to send to such action should not have been taken their accommodation by furnishing to ,experience on Indian River who has
the pliant itself nitrogen so close attention
their riends back north. -: :- necessary to the matter,
h to its healthy growth tuid thus in in which he says :
'- HELPING FLORIDA IN MIDDLE WEST most canes more than compensating( I "I think that you will have ample
" A news story printed in this issue slates thai the plant for the disease they are the opportunity to prove your contention
"I' Ihe'council committee is entertaining the proposition every word of the following editorial from cause of.Thus thit the peat and muck t bed of Flo.--

I of a New York contractor to build the bulkhead The Louisville Evening Post cites facts that t thj; Florida Metropolis on the subject of cattle the problem of uniformly successful I ida are" among her most valuable as-
raising in Florida we wish to add a long and growth is ieorcically capable .,.st'ts.
and fill in thfc land behind it. his should bring to bear the
I taking as pay pressure upon express of solution by introduction to the I I Far from wishing to be understood
I, a portion of the land reclaimed. This contractor companies to .i>ow more favors to Florida Iha)1'Ihey loud amen : soil of the right kind of bacteria, to that soil inoculation will do away with
;' plans to come to Kissimmee and look into the mat [ have been doing in the past. If the Evening Ten million live stock should be growing in I aid the particular crops we desire to I the use of chemical commercial ..tertlh..rl. -

:" ter. The committee is wise to consider this prop. Post speaks truthfully and we believe that it does. Honda and 30000.000 acres of available land in I grow.It is difficult / my belief is that properly
to /
(; osition ',but the delay occasioned by waiting on the I being a representative paper in. the Great Middle. II Florida should be utilized (or that purpose. in the I more fascinating emplowmcnt conceive of than any and encourage chemicals the will/growth vastlyenhance of bacteria

' contractor should not be allowed to interfere wilh buyers throughout the middle west find it easier to opinion of the Commissioner of Agriculture at I to be able to direct intelligently the while .others now used may be ruled

/ the consideration of any and all other plans. get information regarding other producing sections Tallahassee. Not only should this vast acreage : vast operations of millions of willing out as detrimental to the same.

-" -- than: it is 10' get the same information about Florida. be used for the grazing of the cattle but for the I wards slaves in the shape of bacteria to- Quoting Newton the great philosopher -

, Always thought Brya'n'Mack.. the talented editor The editorial which is a strong one reads as follows raising of forage crops as well in his opinion. improved and luxuries prodnction of life bt and the necessaries we- study. we we are"realize 1 only that picking with all shellson our

of The State a weekly newspaper published i : The Florida Metropolis has been endeavoring' seem to realize as never before the the shore of the vast up ocean of '

in Jacksonville, Avas too modest for anything like for some time to impress the possibilities for the complete fulfillment of God's, promise science and we must be careful whilo
EXPRESS TRAFFIC NORTH AND SOUTHIf I to man in the first book of (he
Bible studying the
new methods
not to forKtt
self-praise. but listen to this from that paper lash development of a great industry in cattle raisingin that man should have dominion over I the ol
: week : "The New Year will infuse real ginger into you want to order f fruit or nuts from California this State. The advantage fop raising cattle every li\inr( thing that moveth upon/ new lines of thought t.-- such students

the present campaign throughout the state, and you can go to the Wells Fargo Express Com- hogs and stock in Florida are almost unexcelledin the face cif the earth. a-, I Piof_ Hottoml'.y, i it will tend vastly
this paper-biger and better with editorial fitted in No Longer Mere Theory. to our benefit if w- follow nlonir the
a strong pany. put down your money and give an order for the country. The State is peculiarly Amazing( prospects lire thus lines. thus indic-iteil
opened !
writer at its head will be in some of it for dried and Florida is real / I and by putting a
:' almonds fruit grapefruit oranges. pineap- many respects losing a oppor- to us but we hesitate for a moment little more labor: on our bruins
(F: the men we judge to be best fitted for public pleft. raisins. They give you a bulletin. This bulle- tunity when it does not grasp these possibilities and inquire is not .this all perhaps. m:y su\e II good deal ..f labor with we

office." tin sets forth that eight pounds: of apricots wjl and work out plans toward the development of I theorv f "*- our hands'( anil liu'!gply benefit ourselves -
. Replying to this (rpestion I'wof J)JJ] I and our fellow
---- be delivered to you express paid, witli fee for money an industry that will mean millions upon millions say that it has been possible for soim! --- -men.TIIK -

order included for $1.38 ; eight pounds of black of dollars to her people. The doctrine of cattle time pat to purchase from various, f I'l.K:.VSl'KKS: OK YOUTH
COMMISSIONERS, MAKE MISTAKE figs for 88c ; nine large seedless grapefruit for 75cor raising and the raising of forage crops is being I laboratories in this country pure cul- I .

forty for $2.70 ; or navel onanges one dozen. preached extensively by the College of Agriculture to tures inoculate of certain the roots bacteiia and wit soil h for which the ''u The public New si-hoM Yorkfuws teacher relates that .
once put this
large. fancy. delivered. 68c ; standard half-box. 64 at Gainesville as well as all others who have growth of certain specific cro s and 'I1I| (''.llOn to her pupils :
We believe it is the province of the press from large fancy oranges. $2.75. The whole transaction II been brought to a realization of the advantages remarkable results in the increase of "Which would you rather have-

the smallest weekly newspapers to the largest dailies is concluded by one visit to the office. that are lo the public. the same have forever pUiced this (three, bags with two apples in each

in the country's largest cities lo call, attention of This is a free advertisement which we regret to OPt upon thousands of acres of land in matter The first lipyond note the> theoretical of this
the public to the official acts of the men who have give, but we do it in order to enforce a lesson. Florida idle today. They are not serving dutes back nearly thirty years nail; "Thl'ee! lungs with two apples in

;. been elected by popular vote to handle the affairs the purpose of grazing lands for cattle lo say was brought into notice by two German each bag" was the surprising ans-

< of the sovereign people. You may prefer the Florida oranges. You go to nothing of being tilled and worked. Florida lands agricultural (chemists Hellnegel I of Wl'r the, given' by one lad. while the rest

.: We do not believe that the acts of public officials the Southern Express Company having learned comparatively speaking are very cheap. Prices and the Wilfarth roots, and of the leguminous bacteria, infesting plants- prohll'l1I.class wits hlr" { {lmg with the i_ .....

.':, should call for personal abuse from the pub. that they have a market agent and that they give I are far more reasonable for good farming and were by them named Bacillus radi- "Why Harry ? "

lic press, but we do believe that their official acts you market bulletins. Market bulletin is issued grazing lands in this State than in almost any cola. Their experiments were later "Becuu "'ere>"1 be one more bag _

are at all times subject to censure, 'if (they do not from Chattanooga. Tenn. You consult it and layit I State in the Union. Thus it is possible for the eranest followed xtucJents and improved: upon by many I to husU"! -- -

meet with approval. Every man makes mistakes down with disappointment. It is a list of pro- I interested man to launch himself into the buis- their discoveries, ( endeavoring a marketable!: to make com ROTUND I--

in private at well as public life. His mistakes as an duce shippers. You learn that Erwin. at Fairmont. ness of cattle raising in Florida with less capital modity. Prof. Nobbe sold the bacteria An elderly woman who was extremely -

individual are more or less his personal loss and Ga.. will quote prices "on request" for pecans ; that than is needed elsewhere. Florida has the ideal in gelatine, but after a time they became ten a street stout was endeavoring to en-
in a large degree are of no concern to the public. various Plant will overfed and lazy and refused to car, says the Louisville
shippers at City quote you prices climate and everything else that makes for great perform their required function Herald, when the conductor
but his mistakes a* a public official affect the body "on request" for cucumbers, egg plants okra, peppers I cattle producing sectioni. In time this will come, fixing nitrogen from the air. of her difficulty said to her noticing .

politic and should be called to his and the peoples and squash ; that any number of orange growers but the sooner the better. Nothing will keep Flor- The U. S. Department of Agriculture Try" sideways, madam; try side- ,

;i,. attention. at Wauchula, Fla., and Irvington. Ala., will ida from boasting million of head of cattle. Thereare went a step farther in 1901 and ways.. The woman 4
distributed looked
: With this preface the Valley Gazette wishes to quote y6u price "on request for Peace river oranges now more cattle Oil theopen ranges of this wool. The' the results bacteria of introducing or cotton and said: -un breathleaT l'" t""'' ;. r.
;- call attention to what it believe wa a mistake of and Satsuma oranges. State than on the openranges, of the State of Texas these into soils were attended in "Why bless ye, I ain't got no sidvaysi" .._ .\(
the county commissioners. That mistake was the You learn that the price of f. b. many eases with excellent results '
oranges o. shipping according to a recent statement of the Commissioner but __ _ _ t..
.1 _,recognition. CJf the St. Cloud Tribune an organ point Kiuimmee. Fla.. can be had'at $1.50 aI I of Agriculture) was their due ultimate to the fact failure that we they know retained now in Coffins_France.are beinP-made- outof- paper "","I"

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;iJ. "visiting, at Orlando and Con way.' 'M ,
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rf.r: St; Cloud Departntent!' 1II 1\\ Dwight. Funk, ,Mr.Mrs.and, C.Mrs II.. Guy Funft!McClain and -y 5. '1

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and Mr. Whitchard enjoyed, ''A
New Year picnic across the lake. A' YouVe hit the e

l II 2 NEWS!! AND NOTES OF THE"WONDER CITY": ,FROM OUR OWN fine time is reported. u / .
'.\.: *. .Nettie Hay*'' called on Evelyn
I Smith- Friday afternoon right tobacco
1. I' 'Mr. and Mrs Lawson entertained a

largo number of friends Thursday .. ,
f Mrs. Mary Barber, of Klssimmed, Comrade Littler gave a violin< select night in honor of their guest P. L.; r
entertained on Tuesday afternoon in tion with Edith llarrod at the'' piano. Stallings, 'who returned to his home
honor of her guest Miss Weith. bf I Closing song, The. Star Spangled in Moultrie Ga., Friday morning. Mr. when you fire-up some r
dy Nebraska. Those present of St. Cfoudi Banner. Stallings Is very muchdelighted with
I were Mesdames Marine Ely, R. V. Phillips passed through St. Florida. Prince Albert in your / J
4' I Chunn, Dalby, Mprgan, Cloud on Tuesday on his way from Mrs. Gren and children. Irene Hit
* J Misses:Farris and Coyle. carlsont'\\ Kissimmee to Kenansville. liard and Mrs. ,II. C. Lightsey calledon old jimmy'pipe or in a I

Mr. M. Arrowgmtth and Miss Emma K. Barnd, of Kissim Mrs. W. G. McClain Thursday af makin's cigarette. And .
f'r T. M. Wiant, who have been visiting mee Park, spent Wednesdya. in our ternoon. jp
their parents Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Ar- city shopping, I The following guests were delightfully you know it f Can't get
Buck entertainsthe entertained Mr. Turner and
rowsmith, leave Friday morning for Mrs. O. L. master by
( their home at Urbana, Ohio. 50 club on Wednesday nijrht.. family Tuesday night: Mrs. Lawson, in wrong with P. A. for it 0h"'Yt"Tob.aoo ,
w. Mr. and !Mrs. Balcom and Mr. Carr Bessie, Blanche and Janette Lawson Iu
.t ell Mrs.and Richard Lulu Atwood and Miss and Almeda sons, New-Ar- of Boston, Mass, arrived in St. CIOUd-j Fred, Joe and Edna Harvey Claudand i3 mado right; made to I /
L. StallingR ,7
Monday morning for the Nellie Barber P. ,
rowsmith who been
have spendingthe
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gessford, Aaron Stpry and Evelyn' Smith. Those spreadsmokesunshineamong
holidays with their parents, Mr. Jennie Carver and Myrt ill 11 Reals from town were Messrs. Tom Ivey,
and Mrs. G. p Arrownniith loft Sat- went to Tampa: and St. Petersburg on Ben Barber and Everett Smith. Everyone men who have / .

.. 'urday where Mrs.evening Mrs. for Atwood St. teaches Petersburg and ,i Tuesday last, returning on Saturday j' had a fine time. suffered scorched I i
!. ; called Mrs.C. with
morning after a very enjoyable trip. Mrs. A. P. :Story on
Miss Arrow mith is in
principal one' C. O. Scranton, wife and Slaughters M. Smith Saturday afternoon. /
of the schools. and l
I Mary and Alice, of Aliiince, 0., Lloyd Harvey and 1 Blanche l'atol1attl'nclel tongues 'parched .
Sum 1) Welsh of Chattanooga, are visiting the foimer's parents Mr. services here. Sunday night. throats I The /
Tenn., is spending u few, days in :St. and rlllR. E. E. Scranton. I I Irene Jlilliard is the Christian Kn- patented y /,
Cloud looking over his holdings. 'j jOn Alexander Whitten of North Isle- cI..II1"d, <'I' for next Sunday night. proceS3 fixes that-and '
:Monday, January :"rd;r l, the joint I boron !Maine) ariived in Sti Cloud on i Meeting I begins at (;iu:; ) now instead of It'a an easy job ;
installation of tlv fivers of the Wednesday morning and expects to (H o'clock. cuts out bite and parch. to ".an". th* *hpfc and I H
Army end Navy Union (;int'1'Um 141,1 I I make this his home. !Mr.1 and :Mrs.\ ('. :M. Smith, Joe Har1 color! unsalable l>r nda
and the Klsie 1'. :l1"IIr'ouuxiliun'l: i Rev Urown and wife E. K.: Scranton 1 vey Evelyn Smith and Gordon Munn: All day lon?" you'll singhow Albert to imilBte lidy tea the tin Princ but.
to the Army IIndU;; \ Union, was> and wife, C. O. Scranton; wife and we're callers at the Sum Barber home it H impommibto to imi-
held jit the Masonic\ hall. .1. was installing officer, for the ( amxon i Hilliurd's Island. I Have you stop enough to t.nt.dproc..protacta I
and Amelia K. Rol ia.oi; for the i think during! the \holiday season what pals with p that I .

auxiliary, when the following officers '"'.'.'-;-. .v...4-<'.-.&.'....... ......-.;.......-......-.......... ..........-....1'!fine weather we are-having-? I .
were .installed in the auxiliary : lady G I
Commander' Mary P. Dniifhiy/ ; Lady | A "WOKS-WT" FA KM. . O r
\'in'0111111111111"1'1'( Mary Hill, ;; lady ---- I

); :Ion; Lady Chnp- I ':..:-:-: :-.:-: ..:..:-:-.:-) [ New: York! Farm in Poor Condition R1NEALBERT H Ht.
lain Maggie Woodwurd; Lady Adju-j Was. Made In I'uy Large Profit '
taut Doiu Kruneh'; Lady ljuuitvr-1 :Misses Edith and Iva Niswpngrr: ;, by Jood Management
mailer, lUlen Rohy: Lady Paymaster delightfully entertained l a fo'v friends t. .
TT Amelia Hill) ; lady Oflieer of the III1Y.I ) with; a watch party Friday evening An example of what intelligent the national joy smoke
Agnes l.ivonnore; I l.ady Organist i t, at their' home in honor o.:Miss: AudryNiswonger i farm niiinagement[ may. lIe''ompli"'h on
I (!ail Gessford; ; Lady.ntl':\ )', Abbic) I : of Kansas City, Kans.Painty a so-called "worn-out. / :Newoik: hill ( I
Gardner; ; Lady Color Ikul'el'0.;; 1 I ) ; refre: hmcnts were: served.! farm i. offered m the case of a place You take this testimony straight from the shoulder men. IICj li'III 1
:Nancy Grove; I.::.dv Color llc-arcr No.: Those'present! were: ;Mildii'il Anderson surveyed\ in Broome county, N. Y., i "1
:J. :Mary Brown ; l.ady: Pickvt, :Mary Margaret Anderson, Audry Ni:, which was bought for $lli..TJ: un acre, You can smoke a barrel of P.A. without a kick 1 It hands t cichnWenr

utton. Spi'crht's were, made by l It,.,.. swonger, :Mr. and\ :Mrs. R. L. I Ivey, and in two years waR made\ to pay out all the tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed ;
and !Mrs. \\',,>lcolt. after w'rich the Cr.rlyslc Dromon, Earfe |}ro'i.oii! over U2:\ per cent on the investment.Thjs '
ladies served ice' (cream cake and ,'uff George; Overstreet :Malcolm's Over- ; place wii bought I by, a farmer about, it's so smooth and friendly. It's a-mighty cheer- EA'.... /. .old ;
(..., which' uah enjoyed )by ill present. s' reet and Grady; Crom..rtie.Pavid who wns already fal'mll1'' at a profitin ful thing to be on talking-terms with your pipe and your you'll find /VMc Alatvatting .. ;fi'
:Mr. and, Mrs.! (C. A. Robinson) cntert."ined I ) Locke and family visited J relatives' the valley below.' It consisted of your cA..r/u/pi.i- 4
,, l'ra'htrl'' ." land The tongue at the same t/me--but that's what's coming Buy if in tope ..., fr..., sac '
'\\r'. and !Mrs.l J. W. on :Shingle leek I last: week. 'n! > acres of gently rolling tidyr J tint, lOcI Aom/ ompoundand {I
I Mr." and :\tJ.s. I'r-ston Ruynor, at dinner I I Rev. Branscomb preached u very interesting lurid had.\ been cropped with hay and to you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Albert 1 ./(*_".rf Anwu
on.w Vei r'dry.. 'I sermon Sunday night at the I buckwheat for years, and little or no dorm-mitd-in that clo....,
The :New Yolk Veterans; -it. soci-.tion- church.W. manure of other fertilizing; materialhad pond<:r".I.I..Io.'o.R.
meet Tuesday afternoon' Oak Grove W. Ivey spent the t first part of been applied.! Consequently the J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-SaJem, N. C. :XXk'JZZKttZX.fui: : ; ,

I'ark. After; the opening prayer )by I the week here. soil) was in a very poor physical condi '
Rev. Westoott the following officers' IiI'! and !Mrs. Garrett spent Tuesday tion. There was a good frame house 'II
were installed: President J.V.. Fran- in Kissimmee. on the farm, and! -a rather poor barn.
1'. Cromartie Tuesday in A tenant engaged to live in the
cher; vice-: 'resdent. W. A. Bonner; (i. spent was I - - -- I
Chaplain, Rev. Northrop, ; secretaryand I Loughman.Mr. house and do the work on the farm ,' ]1
he had such C
time, as picking up stones
treasurer, C. A. Robinso.i; press and Mrs. R. L. Ivey returned under the owner's' direction. Under '
correspondent, Amelia R. Robinson ; Tuesday to Islcsworth, where they are the terms of the agreement the owner ,[ unil cutting hedgerows.The took Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. L. Barber, 5<<;'). rca>.
I work. all the lime and clover seed new owner possession on I.
chairman of program committee, engaged in the orange furnished j.t.I.
Dora Francher; committee on resolutions Clint Bronson of Wimlcrincrc spent and half of the other seeds and of the April 1. The cropping system adopted -
for the first
season was necessarily
Col. and Mrs. Every, Mrs. E. Monday here. fertilizer He also supplied a potato !
lack of
makeshift to the time
a owing
Paul Yates returned to Ocoee Mon- planter and digger. The tenant
E William: was in charge of the program -
for definite for im
putting a plan
I furnished the rest of the machinery,
for the day. Music by the :'rum
, .. by I Rev. ..Westoott day.Miss Lucretia Overstreet spent a his own teams and all of the labor. provement into execution. .
; opening
corps praye. Four of
.. last week visiting relatives In return he was to receive onehalfof acres potatoes were planted. -
W. followed by singing, recitations porti.on.of The seed happened to be ,
ii and readings. Adjourned to meet the I in Kissimmee. the oats, buckwheat, and potatoes 400 of commercialfertilizer .. ,
only pounds
first Tuesday in J February. raised, and the income from four cows
being used, the yield was
which he permitted to keep. It Bryan Realty Company
R. E. Slaw on died at his home in OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO was 90 bushels Five
only acres
: he to per
St. Cloud Saturday evening, after a : was provided, however, was of buckwheat yielded 116 bushels.
long illness. Deceased was 72 yearsof 00 UNION CENTER ., feed all the hay and roughage on the Lime and acid phosphate were appliedto Offices on Broadway, Kissinurite, j
farm and return the manure straw, ;
and leaves a wife and daughter 00O..OO..O.OOOO
age 00
8-acre tract and from this
one ,
to mourn his Ions. Funeray services OOOOOOOOO etc., to the land. He was also to do field 300 bushels of oats yere harvest Opposite Graystone Hotel ,
were held at his home on Maryland all the improvement work for which
time excellent
ed. At the
same an
Mrs. Jeff Barber, Nellie Gladys and
avenue on Monday at 2 p. m. ,
stand of clover was obtained in the
with Mr. and
Services were conducted by Rev. Nor- Seth spent Christmas
field. Ten head of cattle
thup of the M. E. church of which Mrs. J. A. Barber at Orlando.< same young .
where the
were pastured on a slope
Mr. Slawson was a member, and he Miss Bessie Lawson returned to GEORGIA MAN IS land was rough and not available for

was also superintendent of the Sun. Pine Castle Sunday afternoon aftera tillage. An old meadow was mowed, Orange Groves, Timber I anda, We Pay Taxes for Neal. .rai-- !
made in molks. She
day school. Interment was week's visit with home RESCUED IN TIME about ton of rather
Mount Peace Cemetery Mrs. Slaw- was accompanied by: M '8. Lawson, yielding hay acre. a poor Cattle. Ranches, Country and Menu and Act w Owner's

,. son has the sympathy of the commun- Blanche and Janette Lawson and Everett ..Duringthe per summer permanent repairs Oty Property Agent for Rental Pr.prty.,
ity in her bereavement. Smith. Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself were made at a coat of about
-Roxine Goodrich and S. W. Porter Mr. Malloy and daughter Miss Restored After His Physicians $400, At the end of the year the own. ..
." '.J were ,quetly married at the home of Ouida, of Klssimm, and George Mc. Failed er's gross receipts amounted< to ,. ,
the bride on Saturday January tat, Donoogh of- Palatka were guests at T. A. Lewis; who lives out on RouteS 1240.30, of which $157.50 representedhis ., .
"'I.' .'' at 11 o'clock. The marriage was per the J. IL Hilliard home Wednesday Woodstock, Ga. was the victim of income from his investment. :
formed by Rev. Northrup. The Invited evening. Mr. McDonough U Mr. Mil stomach troubles for long time. He The nextyear about 9 acres of sod
guests were Rev. and Mrs. Nor- liard's tried the treatments of many doctors. land were plowed and put into ota-
thrup, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clark, Mrs. Ruth Harvey returned from Orlando He tried all sorts of remedies.> toes. The tenant left some 0, the
Goodrich, mother of the bride After, and Sunday afternoon, where she has His sufferings were a serious handicap seed potatoes exposed for several 1 The Favorite Store of Kisiimmee I'
and wife.
Morris Goodrich a I been visiting her sister the past ten to his work. days, and as a result, a very uneven _
bountiful dinner the bride and groom days. She was accompanied by Mr. Then he tried Mayr's Wonderful stand was secured. Three plantingswere .
left for a trip to Jacksonville. Their and Mrs. Peel and Mr. Furen' who "Remedy. Just as it always does, the made. The first, from freshlycut J
many friends with them a happy jour- returned to Orlando after the evening first dose proved to him what couldbe seed; gave an even stand and :
ney through !life. service. done for his ailment. He took the yielded 150 bushels to the acre. The .
The veterans association was calledto Mrs. Green and children go to De- full treatment; then wrote: next and largest planting Qiade; a very FURNITURE ? :
order by President Kenney at 2 Land Tuesday where they will visita "I have taken your wonderful reins poor stand yielding only 50 bushelsto ,
p. m. Saturday, January 1st. few weeks before returning to their edy and am feeling better than I have the acre, while the last was good '
Song-America. home in South Carolina.Mr. felt in four years.
Brother Brown offered prayer. and Mrs. Arthur Haye and "Your remedy does just what you (Continued on Page Eleven.)
The minutes of the last meetingwere Lessie Haye spent from Saturday to claim it will do. '
read and approved as read. Thursday hunting near Canoe creek. "I tried several doctors, but they -- - -
The choir" sand 'A Song of. a Thous- We wish to correct an error in.last did me nol good. I am glad that i -WE HAVE IT ;
and Years. week's items. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mc- have found your wonderful remedy.I .
of the
Mr. Wentworth of Mr. and
rave Clain entertained, instead have recommended it to some of
annual meeting 0 stockholders Mrs. Wetherbee. We have often made my n'-' hbors who need it." Y .
of the St. Cloud Canning Co., Jan. S, the request that those who have items Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives (
at 2 o'clock, in the city hall. Rev. would kindly write them down and permanent results for stomach,' liver .
Kenney announced a week of prayer hand the paper to us. There wouldbe and intestinal ailments. Eat as much' Launches Skiffs In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete ,<

the next Christian week beginning church.Tuesday A collectioriwas eve at was very done.few As mistakes this is out made last if week this and whatevef after eating'you like.pressure No more of gas distress in- ; , 31 line of furniture. We make a specialty of ontittinf home, an4 -.:;. +;;

was taken for the benefit of the hal with you for some time, we hope the stomach{ and around the heart. Dories Built to handle reliable ."
of the point
Notice was given work of "
someone will take up the Get one bottle of your druggist now
of the officers of tIle G. A. R. '
representing our community who will and try it on an absolute guarantee--,
Post and the W. R. C. at 10 a.m., see that there are items from Union if not satisfactory money will be re Order'BOILERS Bed Room Furniture Dining
Thursday, January 6th, in.the upper Center each week. turned.

hall. - C. Nellie Barber spent the past week Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor '
Newcomers introduced: Harvey ;I'
Owens came in from Chickasee, Okla., t AND TANKS
and said he was never so pleased witha Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, \
place as here. He was a member of BUILT TO ORDER
Co. A. 3rd Ark. Cav. Comrade Rick- Couches Etc. r
etta wanted to know what had becomeof GALVANIZED ra

our hospital. Chairman Kenney I ====x= '
stated two physicians were Improving Dixie LimitedEffective .. ;
or building two places to accommo- COPPER AND His store It Making asr.c.rd fr itself in the matter e/ e

- date patients Holgate,in Co.the E.near 112 future.111., said Comrade he ZINC SHEETS helping people to tfit It...... Come and sea. Oar.-icee.: ....

was here and "durned" glad of it and January 12th I right.

would stay until he went away. OAK, CYPRESS .
Program/ rendered under the direc- ,'
tion of Mrs. J. G. Hill: Solo by A. n i
A. M.
Durham "A Thousand Leagues Un- Leave Jacksonville 9:55 MAHOGANY FOR
der the Sea." This brought down the i
house*and "h* sang an encore "I Lovea WHITE PINE and
Train to Chicago
Fast Through
Lassie." A male quartette composed i
of Ed. Depew, James Goff Comrades ALL HARD WOODS matter what kind of an Engine yon have- Gas, Steam, i

Price and Deputy, sang "Starved :- VIA ====== Railroad or Stationary Engine--we ha,. exactly the Tools yon r

in Prison," a recited patriotic"The selection.Little FIRE ESCAPES need in your everyday; work-Wrenches, Hammer, Oilers, ate, ;;

Mrs.Brown Ferguson Button" Reading by Mrs. S. Macon, Atlanta, Nashville, Evansville all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will :

E. Hill, entitled "The Flag./ Jules I surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only: .I
Dases favored with a flute solo, accompanied Observation Cars, Steel Pullmans Competent Force of Work- '
will make mistake
and .
by Paul Warner on the I hardware that i* of superior quality yon ''

piano. This so pleased their audience Free Chair Cars. Dining CarsATLANTIC men for Road Work at in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock. I ;
that they gave another number. Mrs. 1 1
.. Marskie gave an interesting history > All Times.
,. of the naming / of St. Clou!, writtenby !
Mrs. Knapp. Some resolutions on I .fI
'-. /' the New Year by Joseph Cartwright. COAST LINE Osceola Hardware Companyr
\ //0..1... In answer to generous applause he
t. gave "Towser Must be Tied Tonight,"
,: ; a parody. on "Curfew_>Iust Not Ring Standard .Railroad of the South I

t "y -.paAied, Vocal. by solo Paul by Warner.Edith Harrpd: accom- .. ...... ... . .:;. .. ............. .......... I IJACKSONVILLE. f1.QRI.PA,1; I

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I' was decorated 'with the' 'and for the many kindnesses shown to hlr- (

stripes well as and roses beautiful that always potted belong plantsas to ST. CLOUD MAN 'DIES i OLD SOLDIER WINTER uncle during his illness and before._ . ,'1

,$. ,Society Notes $ I Caruth Florida. In the Mrs,receiving Willson line, ;Mrs.' were W.Mrs B, :IN EUROPEAN BATTLE I RESIDENT, DIES... HERE,.CONVICTS HERE ONWAYTO"THEISLAND" ....,' '

Makinson, Mrs. S. B. Aultman. Miss i .4l

(Mettle Belle Harris, Editor.) Elizabeth Aultman had charge of tho According t6 an Associated Press Col. James an old soldier

short and entertaining musical-- pro-, )dispatch from Ottown, Canada, ,a St. and veteran of the Ciyil war'died in]
tend item gram.Under. Cloud man has been killed! in the European Kissimmee Tuesday morning of heart
Request'! made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to, the' 'direction of Miss Jean I war, where he- was fighting as disease after an illness of ,only a few SIXTY.EIGHT 1SRANDKEN "
of' Society Event to the Editor for publication in'' these colums. ,I Caldwell, who has charge of the clubhouse a member of the Canadian troops. days. Everything was' done that TO K1SSIM.MEE CAMP ,
as hostess for all entertainments The dispatch says: could be done to save his life, but' to WORK TURPENTINE
the decorations were brought no avail.. HY WAY OF CAPTAIN JOHN
. _ _ . . L ... . & __ . in artistic form but hot Ottowa, Dee 30.--JoJm M, Stick- BOAT "THE OSCEOLA."
I,. 4 I 0 I 0 I ; ; g ,- - . . ., ".' . r lout forgetting rley, of St. Cloud, Fla.: was reported Col. Harris has been a winter visitor SON'S :
,[ the !heroes 'of 1776, with refresh killed in action in the otlclal casualty to Kissimmee for the past five \
XVOMAN'S CLUB address from Miss Isabel Goodhue/ ments of cake! and punch to make the )list given out by the militia department years and had many friends here. lie Captain R. W. Smith of the Florida .
'. of New York, who was the
) Land ,
,: I evening merrier. tonight. was seventy-five years old lapt October Naval'Stores arid company ;
i' Mrs,-J. M. Willson, Jr. | Mrs. .Caruth expressed herself as and was a bachelor. No membersof with nine' guards passed through Kis- \
F At a business meeting of the Hart Miss Goodhue was in the city in route from the 'J
with the
< most pleased musical numbers his immediate family survive him.A simmee Saturday en .
; Memorial Woman's Club held Monday the interest of the State Audubon society and the talent that small farm at Raiford with 68 "
a town CRAWFORD NAMEDFRATERNITY nephew J. Z. Battis, of Riga, state prison
Done- ( that
Miss Elizabeth and her vas on (
afternoon, address to Kissimmee
I Miss can produce. Mich., arrived last night and will accompany convicts, all negroes,
and the talk
In connection
I gan wan re-elected president subject. Among those contributing to tho the body to Riga for burial. Island. '

{ Elizabeth Aultankseeretary. I Third gave an apt impersonation thrush of the evening's pleasure were: OFFICERW. Accompanied by the local G. A. Ten more convicts, who have been, 1

q" MOTHERS AND TEACHERS: CLUB songs of the robin, \vood thrasher, Butterflies Scarf Dance, Carl Bohm, j members the body will be taken to H.I under lease to Osceola! county for, use
warbler brown ,
yellow jay Churn Umade. Miss Lucy Buckles.Miss I depot here this afternoon. At on the raids, were picked up here and
'and -Teachers Club I oriole, phoebe. goldfinch' yellow finch, .. the delight) ledo, Ohio, will be the sixty-eight men were taken to
The Mothers cat bird the'crow. Druid gave B. Crawford, of this city, hasbeen en route, the body |
1,1)1) will hold 1 their regular biiRineKR.meetT' I I Miss ,Goodhnu rhira-iurtjUiJ; has been employed ful solo Saliur, by Dawson, I named'grand historian of the met by former comrades of the deceased | the turpentine still ofthe Florida _' ,
T' at the home of 1\1 rs. J. 'f.. KoberI board of education with a very taking encore. Kappa Alpha, a national college fraternity. veteran. Naval Stores and the New York ,
I city -
|I r H\v son next"-'F'rilay, January 14th at by their lecture course alsoon I Owe in the Purple Twilight! ,"CowI. The selection of Mr. Crawford Mr. Uctlis wishes to thank the people I board Captain Johnson's steamer,
urgedto on ; les, ; Somewhere u Voice is Collin, of Kissimmee Gazette; "The Osceola. .
3:30: p. m. All members ure 1 the lecture course of the Brooklyn was made at -the convention recently through the
attend. I Institute of Arts and Srioticcs andUniversity Tale, reniTered by Miss Mary Carson. held! at Richmond, Va., which
fl I Mrs.. l'uul Weaver; always a Kis
Mr. Crawford attended. A dispatch
of Philadelphia.During news
(|l HASS-fOOPEK ( t4io evening\ :II"'.. Karl; I/up- simmee favorite !rove in her rich contralto ent out from Richmond reads )
Gypsy Trail, by Tod Galloway
Y)[ '' Lonnie Basil and Miss Marion Cooper fer d.I'ghlt.cth' l guests with a reading as fololws:
: and live southern Picaninnies.
j and l Mrs. G.; S. Miss Susie vocal encore At the closing: session of the Kappa LESS
'I'\ daughter of Mr. Spear gave a Mrs. Bishop a newly-arrived winter CASH IS KING WE SELL FOR
Alpha I convention .nat! semicentennialcelebration
married last number and IiIarl'a: Kishop rendeie -
} Cooper, were quietly '
r* evening at the Baptist par ,'I\} Sunday Holt with her wonderful soprano voice in for the coming year were elected as ITS HERE AND YOU'.I L
l in the
J. respomliiiK -
the Hcv. A.
by participants pr griin( 'I
Bonage of
'I[ well !ingiiir( Lily My Heart by Gedhh, follows: .
Both of these people are to encores. ''
\ young 'with ui encore that held the audience Knight commander, Henry C. ..
known in Kissimmee and their many * bound to the singer's and :SELBY; SHOES FOR LADIES BOSTONIANS FOR MEN
., ri..nd"wi"h them a long and happy WATCH l PARTYThe power per- Chiles, Lexington, Mo.; editor of the ,

life. members of the H. Y. P. U, sonality. magazine, J. Ryan McKissick Greenville WOMEN'S MEN'S AND CHILDREN'SSHOES -
wedded C ( were entertained at 'the home of :Mr. Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willson in a fewbiief S. C.; grand purser, F. B. Lata- | ,

', OLD STINGS TO HE SANG! and Mrs. S. 1.. I.upfer Friday evening sentences, spoke of the wonderful dy?; Birmingham, Ala.; grand historj j
with "Watch the Old Year Out"party. organization of America the I D. ian, W. B. Crawford. Kissimmee, Fla.; i
The "son!!s of long ago" will I be .u A. I R., whose pleasant duty it is to chief alumnus, T. T. Hubert, Norfolk, ]
featured in the musical { at / A number of pleasing contests I Ii keep before the world the history of Vu. The next convention will be heldin Highest Quality, Largest Assortment Experienced Shoe Fitting
:" J Tuesday evening r..p.1 j i the patriots who gave America to u... Jacksonville.
the regular
I'were arranged for the jleasuie of the Dauntless The Guaranteed Kind
tion of the Hart Memorial Woman's : Introducing Mrs. Caruth as one of the Hosiery f Men, Women and Children
Club next Tuesday. The songs will guests, ill..JlIIhng"A" Penny'und for"'WinPig''uur your most 1 prominent women in Florida as Ralph Turner the efficient clerk i I .

he sung by soloists in costume. Following I i Thoughts, I'elegiamh"Kdward: Netton being at the heud of this upliftingpatriotic and stenographer in the law offices !, SUPERBA CRAVATSLION
the musical program there Hcsolutions.' woi'IM rc. Caruth gave in of Johnston & Garrett; returned I

will be a social half hour. I won a prize. in a letters contest containfd of forming her rharmmg manner a resume of the day evening from Biadvntnwn. with. COLLARS LION SHIRTS
words from tbe
Mrs. J. M. Willson) Jr., will be ill'' the word ":--"w Year" and Mrs. work of I the I organisation Mrs. Car he spent the Christmas holidays | Quarter Sizes $1.00, $1.25 and
charge of. the evening's ontertuinment. in uth urged all eligible. members, to not This! parents., Jr i
Milton awarded consolation 15c 2 for 25c $1.50
was a ,
but sent in their
delay applicationsand
prize. r !'rank Duke will ]leave in u few 'I
I become well
patriots in nume as We have the new BUTTONLESS NIGHT SHIRT (for Men $1.00
TEA: AT (aLF; CLl'HIf I Delicious "refreshments. of sandwiches a> sentiment and further that no time I days for a camp on the Bsibcock placeacross
I oli\es, assorted takes, chocolate
from.antee little Lake
in the history of the world is the helpof
A'erv delightful ton was given I and teacre served.. women so needed to and encourage Butler. He expects to remain there TAILORING DEPARTMENT-Cleaning, Pressing
at the Kissimmee Golf Club Thursday. I !Much' merriment was :luM.d'Ilt.'n our young Il"'r At the for several months in the hope of improving and Alterations Prices on Request.
Hunter. Mr.Hunter's all to the i-pacious; verandas health.FIRST'BTFTlST.
4, afternoon by Harry adjourned close of Mrs.: Caruth's address, all enjoined his
guests were: Sir William and enjoyed old fashioned games till -
in America with a feeling of
Mulock Mrs. Shepherd and within a few minutes comingof
i"l11 seldom fol-
Lorenz of Toronto, Canada; Mr. and the :New''ear'. Dr., lloll then addressed f IUII'I..t experienced Sunday school !9:45' : a. m. N. C. I II
) by Dixie, nt Mrs. C'uruth's request. 116 BROADWAY HARRIS & PEAKE PHONE 291
Mrs. W. J. S. (Carr Mrs. C. C. Kvers : I the guests, a short, devotional I Urvan superintendent. I
Mrs. Sharpe, Mrs. H. C. Stanford, ) "('I''Ie'a" held and as the bells told h Preaching! service at 11 a. m. The I I'I
Mrs I ( left the
Miss Inez Carson, K. Mcl'hreson | the hour all united! in repeating the for'arul DcLand where on she. morningtrain will be pastor will preach on ('urnparallveRighteousness. .I lIr' '11Ir +e'll

Robert Page, Chauncey Olcott, Mrs.. ', Lon!'. Prayer. | 'I The Lord's, supper
entertained unit meet her committee.
Bullock Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston The guests at this pleasant party will be observed at the close of theservices.
Before returning to Tarn she will
Mr. and Mrs. J. I n. Clark Mrs. were: Misses Lucy Buckles, ('on 011( ,:, 'fin At night the services will
C. L. Bandy and Mrs. E. E. Naugle.. Gilbert, Ethel Wilder Lizzie Thompson also visit Daytona, New 1 l' myrna and I begin' at 7. The subject will be "The

Katie Thompson. Eleanor. Steele, Titusville. Chief Duty of Man." All are invited

LEAP YEAR PARTY Mrs. Ed. Milton Mattie Belle Woodall i I and strangers especially welcome. .

(' Miss Maurine Dann entertained Ruby Whidden Mrs. N. C. Bryan, )i I' REV. A. L. WOODWARD MRS FEI ION DIES
Miss Ethel
Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, ,
Saturday evening with a Leap Year Mrs. H. D. Geiger, Miss Parish Clark, Mrs. Jennie P. Fenton, of German- .r
Party. The guests enjoyed the pictures Miss Sarah Clark Miss Ora Crafton, I town, Pa., died last night at the homeof Yes We Are Ready to
at the Dixie and then went to Miss Jettie Wilson, Miss Irene Milton, Mr. and Mrs. I H. W. Thurman,
where delici- where she had been the win-
Palace spending
the Drug
Dr. Holt,. Messrs. Milton, Vernon
ous refreshments were served. Later I 1..1 ter. Mrs. Fenton was a sister of Mr.
Woodall, Lee Hobbs, Robert Woodall .1)
when they arrived at the home of Many friends of the Rev. A. Thurman and had come here in the
11. I D. Geiger
Gabe Siever, L. I D. Geiger, -
'Miss Dann they found a Christmas I I Woodward, a former pastor of the hope of benefiting her health. The
Ernest Lawrence
Ed. Newton ,
each received Methodist church in Kissimmee, will will be taken to Germantownfor
from which
: tree a pres- Leon Gra- body Take of
Cecil Prentis, Roy care yourVatcli
ent that caused much merriment. Estey, regret to learn of his death which burial and will be accompanied j ,
Thomas Earl Morrow
Those in the party were Misses ves, Walter occurred in Tallahassee last week. by her father, Joseph Thurman and

Marie Boyd, Kathleen Bearden, Ethel and Billie Milton.C C Deceased was born in Tallahassee Miss Marion Porter. They will leave Clock and Jewelry Repair-
Gilbert. Messrs. Lawrence Griffin, November Ifi. 1841. this evening.
Gwynne Crawford, Laurence Carr, I NEW YEAR'S_EVE DANCE I lie was marrried to his present j I
j jM widow at Newport, 52 COMPENSATION IN KIND .IService
Bearden. years ago
Ralph and Accurate
I social
at M- I One of the most enjoyable i He entered the Confederate army and I ing. Prompt
MARGARET LEE ENTERTAINSMiss events of the season was the New after the surrender engaged in the "If Billy marries the heiress he is

Year's eve dance at the KissimmeeG ,I I railroad business, .and was agent for after he will have to toe the.mark."
Margaret Lee entertained If and Country club. The attendance the Seaboard at Tallahassee and Live "Perhaps, but he will also be well :

last Saturday evening at her homeon was the largest ever present ata Oak for many years. During this per heeled." .
Clyde avenue in honor of Miss social function at the clubhouse and iod he was a local preacher and finally
{ Elizabeth Ledbetter, who left this being a formal occasion the prettily entered the Florida conference. While NOTICE OF STOCK-
week to make her home in Cordele, I gowned women and the gentlemen in'' filling appointment at Cedar Key HOLDERS' MEETING.

Ga., The-guests'. spent a pleasant evening dress lent metropolitan air I I uin 1912 he suffered an attack of r
evening playing games and dancing. to the evening. Music was furnishedby I, due! to the hardening of paralysis the .The annual meeting of the Stock. Cole Jewelry Company (

Dainty refreshments of punch, ice the Dixie theater orchestra The i arteries. The second attack came last holders of the State Bank of Kis- ;. : ;i
cream and cake were served. Those 1 members pf the club and their guests I and the third Wednesday morning simmee will be held at' the Bankingroom /, .

present, were Misses Joe and Dot danced the old year out and the new year, his earthly 'Career. in Kissimmee on Thursday, Jan- ,j

Makinson, May Wightman, Jeannett I year in, aproppriate festivities marking Mr. Woodward was an eloquent, uary 13th, 1916, at 3 p. m. ---
i Prevatt, Lillian Harris, Mamie Pilley. the) passing of the year at mid- earnest and able minister of the gos C. A. CARSON, /

Messrs. Roscoe Roberson, Ted I night. pel. His was a most retentive memo M. .KA TZ, President.

Estey, Paul Beuter, Walter Bass, I Punch was. served throughout the ory i
; Edgar Bryan Frank Bryan, Murray : ",''''"inl! und salad course luncheon story and poetry with which he frequently I

a Overstreet Maurice Brunnell Roy during the intermission., delighted his friends. ,
Q'Berry' Leroy Lesley. Those present were: Mrs. I H. C. .
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'if if if I Stanford! and "gjirst. 1. :Mlsp, lIla Rends .
r, MRS. KRIRBS ENTERTAINS': of LaGrange(; Ga;: ;X\Ir. arid[ !Mrs.! :M. '

{ I Mrs. 0. F. Kribhs and her !sister' Mi's..l. :M. Will"", .. Mrs. S. 15. Aultman. -

Miss Minnie Rogers entertained at Miss Kli/.abeth, Aultmnn lIa"1, : .
the Woman's Club Thursday afternoon hunterV., A Smith. Lfi .Jan ell,
Dec. ;iOth,. The guests wereMrs. :Mrs. Hi-nry AultiiMn' :.Miss 1liPi,11'-, ) ;; =- FLORIDAIs
W. B. MakinHon, Mrs. Wither- ,
1l B.I'I'111,,,.. Nan Ald"rman? of fortI'reree
spoon. Misses Etta and Lola Wit ho r- : :Miss Westcott.! i. St. Cloud ; All the county employees hired by :< of O. C. of
; under the the Mount
m Washington
now management
Aultman Miss Elizabeth :\
spoon, Mrs. S. B. Virgil Chapman, of Grand; Ripids: the county commissioners" will hold |
Aultman, Mrs. J. M. (Cochrano !Mich.; Russell Cole, 11 h'. Saiixers, of their jobs for another year, the i I Bretton Woods, N. H., and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guests by
Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs J. C. Davis, Mrs. KiltW.. .1.I Steed, county commissioners" ut their meeting "
.v St. ; made in hotel
I Kissimmee Golf Club. Many improvements now being and grounds.
Griffin Mrs Chas.
Hyatt Mrs. Joe this week
having reemployedthem.
IM: I'. und Mrs. I. II.I Ingruin, Mrs.I S.III. i
{ d Griffin, Miss Bachofcn, Miss Russell, Bullock. .1. K. Atwood, Mr. and I There were opponents{ for a I CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
9 Mrs. Russell Miss MeJoru I, of the
but the
+ :Mis. C. C.; 1 Kvers; of Brooklyn: ; Miss majority employees,
I Mrs. WillsorJ+, Jr., Mrs. T. M. !Murphy Hands, of New, York, ; Sir William boaiu in.executive sesson decided to I'I'I

t y Mrs. James !'Caldwell! Miss Jean \llIlol' of TOl'onto1.; ; rN. Shepherd re-employ I the old ones, who haveproven -
Caldwell. Mrs. G. I'. KriUlis.. Miss 'I -
tit be satisfactory. The employes
;r !Miss i Erie Shcphi'rd, Madame )Lorenz, I i,
Minnie Rogers Tea and assorted
I r cakes were served. It was n delightfully I( of Gretna.; Net ; ''l h'. und :Mrs.iW. County Attorney, J. S. Cadel l ; jan'l

/ n : informal affair. I. Barber., :Miss 1'iulet( Bullnck itor of court house, J. E. Buss; su' ,
:j.Mi-.s f'urolvn Pimp, Cal ML'(( ughi'n, intendent of county poor farm, .
,f. COMPLIMENT 1 :MISS BISHOP l.i\\rence Cr| Maurice Biinnell Ir.thest Davis; captain of guards and! road supervisor |

!4 Mrs. ( Bunni-ll. K.: I U. Erin-lilt L. I K. !] 'u I nwr; superintend-i
i -', Miss Alma Griffin( and Miss IconnRoberson : I of Minnenpolis\ : ; !Mr. and '! Ir.C.. l L. cut of grading, Gerald; Ashton; county One Year Last
I were charming/'s I Ago Wednesday
'. Tuesday afternoon entertaining at the Itiindy. Mr.. :\'ireInir'uldcinSun: \ Mr-- Nellie:
I Hart Memorial Woman's Club. house ---- --
r In honor of MisMarlea I Oskinwau), Roger W. A. (;rl.gury. :Mr. ,and :Mri.K . Something like 40,00(1,0(10( ( ( barrelsof
'f : K.: :Naiitrlf. :II/'. Buckley, of Kunny- beer 'pie brewed' in the United
I |
t Bishop, of Fondulac, Wis., who is the t1tTAl0 U1. R,'Y" 51h
,'' attractive guest of the latter. ,, nudelr., : I i'. \\ .1 S ( 'liT, :l1/'. und Kingdom every year.
I i :S1ts..1.. I D. ('!:JIII... :Mi-s M.Mine. Hill,
r .
The reception was delightfully informal I OPENED FOR BUSINESS AT No. 12 DARLINGTON;
i'', social jof I, .; :\1.. ; ml l ;MiJ.. DWoodbeck WE AVENUE
chat alternating
\ with musical, merry numbers, and readings. Ii I ? : of Orlando) ) ; !Mr." Mid! Mr I! 10 CENT "CASCAKETS" .
: .1. :S.; ('adel. Mr., rind :Mr.. G. C. l.iv
i Miss Lucy Buckles. who has been ; i IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVEI We have more than been pleased with our share of the public patronage. Mrs
I'.Mil MrKee\ ,
I I I' gsto I.-roy Lesley.
;f r' i studying at Tallahassee music at the, Woman's two piano College Mrs.V.: . B. (Crawford J. W. Simpson" I Powers and myself extend the beat of wishes to each and every one and wish you all a
.1' gave
f M of 1916.
.. elections; Mrs. J. K. Lupfer and !Miss Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, I happy and prosperous year
!MRS.V.) :M. CAKt'TII.
I I ",,{ Lawler readers, who are of t..e among city the gave most several popUlar H1''I'1IUET: ; : D.\ R.VISIIS "luKB'Mh' Liver and Bowels-they We are more able" and better equipped to take care of your business! than the
i. ;>; year
ss'p Selections, and Mills Bishop rendered' KISSIMMEEKissimmee : work While You Slrep. just gone. There may be some varieties of meats that you wont find in the little hole-in-

.' si number of vocal selections. Miss lots haIt the. Signal.. honorof the-wall tomorrow, but it won't be many. These are a few in pur line today:
'Bishop has a high soprano< entertaimtHf. MrsV.. :.M. (Carnth, | Furred Tongue, Bud Taste, Indigestion
has been carefully trained by Good 'Notive Beef, Corn Fed Native Pork, Western Pork Nice
of Tampa" the state regent for the juicy 4
h, competent masters and her work is Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches -

"! ,, t.' Indeed a treat to the music lovers of tion.Daughters of tho American Revolu come from a torpid liver and Veal, Extra Nice Mutton Link Pork Sausages, Country Smoked

.;} the instructor city. in Miss music Bishop nt the was State formerly College ', Mrs.I Carut'h wns: the honor guestof I clogged bowels, which cause your I Sausages, Good Sausage Meat, Sparkling Hamburger, Pressed Ham

/ Ill r.. lame M. Willson Jr.. belter. ,
stomach to become filled with undi-
u for Women at Tallahassee. Ktseimmeo known thc Bologna Home Made Head Cheese, Armour's Pig Souse
in liteiniy woild! jis Mrs. Pickled
y is fortunate in having an ar- gested food, which sours and fermentslike
( '., tist of her. ability among the season'stourists ,,, untiring! efforts for the, uplift through of her the garbage in a swill barrel. That'sl Pigs Feet, Pickled Tripe, Armour's Star Boiled Ham, Armour's

1'Seminole Indians of Florida. the first step to untold misery-indigestion Sliced Ham. Please don't forget those
received Smoked
i Large Fat
r About fifty guests were !! Mrs. Caruth's visit while far too Oysters.FAIR .
". during the afternoon and dainty refreshments -: foul gases, bad breath, yellow

,", of punch' and assorted brief although was arriving most heartily l late in enjoyed the afternoon and- skin, mental fears, everything that is :E=- C:> ::E: 345 Jm

r 'Cakes were served.WOMAN ". ahd her visit an informal one, i I horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret

'S CLUB RECEPTION evening she was had surprised arrived to that find a delightful when the I tonight will give your constipated PLAY MARKET J r rlZ *

Continuing the pleasing social reception had been prepared for her, I bowels a thorough cleansing and

"r events; was the reception given by when a large number bade her wel- straighten you out by morning. They nar1ington

'" the, members of the Hart Memorial come in this her first visit to the Os- work while you sleep-a 10-cent box ; : .A."V'e. ,

", :.Woman' Club Tuesday evening at ceola Chapter ,.chapter just being from druggist will keep feel
,,,;.their pretty club" house. organized. you .. II- ,. -,... -III. -,... !II.lit !II.. -...t -III r !
for months.
'e;,. Those-present. were charmed by an The beautiful and quaint clubhouse ing good II..u'r !II.. rz,..., "

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, THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE If you are winter; visitor in- Kfs- :Rev. and Mrs A. M. Chisholm:have. went down to' the Hunter Land Company and a big portibn'of those who listened -! to its Orlando owner. Marshall

I (?sIsphon.No.11.) simmee call at the Woman's Club opposite both been confined to thiir home with demonstration farm by way of were winter visitors in Kissimmee. street has been called a regular Over'I'
"- 1* w*. ., the Valley Gazette office and ever*', cases of the grippe. Rev. Captain Johnson's river steamer Mon. j The visitors appreciate this regular I tek tiv."\by his friends since

Published Every Friday By register. Chisholm was too ill to attend to .his day. Mr. Clark' and Mr. Hunter'' re- .weekly event and the concerts will no I work cir this'case. V
.. duties Sunday and no services wore turned by-: auto Wednesday while the- doubt be strong card _
.W.: HAHIUS *. H 0" VAN. AGNEW a. drawing; ------
'tawrence Griffin leftTuesday for held in the First Christian church on other members came back by boat througout the season. The Kissimtnea\
,, Gainesville Ga. to resume his studies that' date. ., Conceit Band I if giving splendid con- .Invigorating to tbe Pal Mid SicklyThe
.O OOOOOOt4000 in the Rivers1le Military. Academy Mr. and Mrs J. D. Moody of Amanda certs and deserves the support of the OM BUmdird renenl ftmftbnlnf lode.GROVBa .
after spending the Christmas holidays Mrs: Paul K. Weaver' arrived yes. Ohio, arrived -last week to spend public. A pleasing feature Wednesday TABTBLHaa chill TONIC,driiraa out
with his Mr. and Mrs. C. W. afternoon from Kissimmee. Malaria.nricliM the blood$ ad b.IMs vtb sr**
HWeatherRcp'ortFollowing parents- terday to the winter here. This is their fourth night was the solo by Tony Rasrero Um. 4 true tonic. l'ord.ks and chlldnav
1 Griffin. pond a few days as the guest of Mrs. winter In KUsimmee, which city they who sang "In the Garden of the9ods.
: Lakeland Arthur Webb in, Suburb BeautifuL selected as their winter home after ." '
F. E. Sternberg, of -representing Mrs. Weaver was Miss Joe Berta Bryan visiting several sections of the state. NOTICE

I the Continental1 Public and has many,friends here, having Mr. and Mrs. Moody have many If you know any winter visitors
are daily temperatures Works compnnYl in was a visitor in the C often visited Mrs.. Webb before her friends here who will be glad to know now in the city ask them to go to the .
and precipitations as reported city the interest of his marriage.-Tampa Tribune. that they have returned. Woman's Club! ,.opposite the Valley ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAIL-
by Government station company. Mr. Stemberg came to bid Gazette office, and register. Miss ROAD COMPANY.
) at Klssimmee for the week end. on a sample mile of sand-asphalt The Kissimmee Library is open ev- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Will passed Rogers is in charge every afternoon -
ing January .6: paving for the county. .: cry day, except Sunday, from 10 a. through the city last Friday eveningen end visitors will have an opportunityto AUCTION SALE OF UNCLAIMED
m. to noon and from 2 p. m to 5 p. m. route to their home in Lakeland get acquainted with the townspeople AND REFUSED FREIGHT
Friday n__ __ T6"' 56 C. W. Griffin and family returned\ This will give everyone a chance to after spending the holidays with rela. and their fellow visitorc. -

Saturday __ '__ 78 58 Saturday from a week's motor trip I enjoy our good little library and the tives in DeLand. Mr. Will will be re "' Klssimmee, Fla, Dec. 27, 1915.
i 'I 81 62 down the east coast. Mr. Grifn.i new books that are coming in frommonth' membered as having been here for a Local friends .of J. S. P. File a By direction of the Freight Claim
-- --- states that the entire' trip as far south to month. number of weeks aiding W. A. Smith young man of Orlando, who has been Agent, notice Is hereby given that
Monday __ ___ 80 62 as Miami was made without mishapand in .the .saleof the bankrupt Smith managing the branch store of tha the following listed freight rill- be
Tuesday1 __ __ 78 62Wednesday X that the rOAds for the: most part The Kissimmee Produce Growers, Shoeyoftpany stock. Kincaid & Snowden furniture peopla sold at public auction for freight and

... 79 60 I are in good condition. the association composed of the truck I in this city, will be surprised to learn. I other charges at the Atlantic Coast
in the vicinity of the '
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i 8t his annual winter Vacation. Mr. Cording so that the members could attend themeeti'ng Valley Gazette office last Friday. Mr. go to Europe to take part in the greatwar. | Goods sold without guarantee of V
is connected with steel of the Citrus Growers asso- Driggers. brought in with him some . This information !is given out quantity, quality or value.
a large
+<-:-<-: ciation. The next meeting of the o'clockA. (
corporation and states that the wat'is fine samples of sweet potatoes grownon Iry the Orlando Reporter-Star. He will\ Sale will commence at 10 :
.-<-o J+:..;. I ness. January 15. wi.h( a ta.-sel, ton. which he Bays is from there to Ottawa, Canada, from Tel'ms-Sp Cash.
Walter I rr.ther unusual. Mr. Dripcrors i is en which place] he expects to nail! fop. J. A. IIUSKE, R. A., A. C. L.
R. the
I The Local Field I I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Roach, of La. Florida Metropolis Early, representing of Jacksonville, I old-time farmer and call: produce the England next week. Fayetteville.' Ni C.

I follctte, ;1'enn., have arrived to spendthe was in the city today. Mr. Early. is goods. I 1 car Slabs & Lumber (ACL-40070)
:Mr.. and :Mrs. J. A. Dann andlaughter
-.' J winter in Kissimmee and are the an ndveitising, of national | From Zachary's Mill, consigned; to>
-<..c.-: -< -<-<- ><->-o> guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lane, tution, having man been connected repu-with I Harry. Hunter, of :Minneapolis, ( Miss Edith, returned. Sat- Yellow Pine Lumber Co., Kissimmee.
1 Minn.! arrived last utlray night after spending(' the ,
on the W. E. Smith grove, southeast | Thursday mornijiir Fla. 2-4t
Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. of the city. ] some of the leading papers of the I' to spend the winter 8.11S01in ClirisUiists holidays with relatives in I|'
V E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 30tf coutry. lIe was .recently western KipMmmco. Mr. Hunter i i'. of the famous the central portion. of the state. On'
H. M. McClam, .better known about. manager for the New York ..Morning'Telegraph 1 Hunter Land Company developers J iC'liristmas day the motorists were, visitois -I ,
GC't "nutter Nut'' bread, made. by town as "Mack" has re-opened what I with headquarters in Chi-i, of Osceola] county mairie land.HeHides I. i in Geneva; where they dined .

Reed's Bakery. 32tFred was formerly the Bryan\ restaurant i i cago. I. I.eing prominent? in the busi-'i ivith, :\J.i-s. )Dunn's mot he,'. it!.Is. S. P.yillianis .

I at the corner of Broadway and Darlington I Miss Elizabeth Aultman] has ac- I.Inns-- nlTuiip of the county. :Mr. I Hunter I \ ; diiving from. that city toK'himniee Are Your '
and Fred! Gilbert
Bass spent
avenue. "Mack" says he is ioppted 'the position of instructor, of I j is one of t the most popular) winter and then to Orlando.,
Sunday afternoon in Orlando.. I on the job to stay and, he appears to ''expression" i in the public schools) of the visitors t j in social 1 ci IC les." ,Their itinerary included, a visit lit'Clothn Electric Lights
J be that kind of 'sticker." ; where visited. Mr. Dunn's,
just a t they(
will stall-fed :Miss
sell City. Aultman is fitted
The CityIa..k"t eminently .
| fill 1 "-. H. Yarn owner and 1 manage'of IlIntl""' ... :Mis.. Sin ali E. )Dann.Miami: Out of Fix?
beef through January. Phone 44. Department Commander of the G. to this position" .and; -1 the patrons *
I t thi' !Homo :N'mserv' 1 :.t Kuli'mnn' Florida. Metiopolis.
4 11a.; A. It. Hullard nnd his brother, of St. of I the .schools will be gratified tohearii
Reeds Bakery bread. Ask H'H'i aNo t the Eagle Lake Nursei.vw'lli .
Buy of !
( the Monday appointment. I i :Marshal Overstrect recovereda
Cloud passed through city City Call Osceola Electric Co.C. .
when Gnrlidd
I grocer to send it you t Ill-inches at J lake ;' and
your B-5t! en rcute lp Tampn, when- they 1 it! II1HI1.: . I Lzkc'Vules. visitor in Kit, im- bicycle, yesterday which had been GARDNER
f order. : ., r. i-- .J. J. Kit-hanls anddaiifrhter. '! was u E. Mgr
V .
t assist, the installation ofofficefh .slolue from its owiet., i in Orlando] '
went to n "sevcral
The best tailored suits; call on .1' | :Mis, Leiiorc Richardwill! m;>c IMM. I ,-id--v.! :Mr. V.rn; cairnhen1
11. Lawson. in the icmp there.J. |1111'rl'e in Ki'--immee' tloIaft TII Lux- i to l'-ok, iyei. the ,field and to t t"lk with I weekago.. :Marshal I Overhtieetlocated i House Wiring, Fixtures
I I the wheel) i it had
V M. Johnston, deputy clerk of the ora, Ai'... wheie they hnvp beenspend'Mg 1 ,tl'\I'\ fiu'lt, growers in icfard, t i tl.iiif ,, after chaniredhand and Repairing
Milton visitor 1 five t tilts' .the alleged! thieflmving ,
Pledger a -
Attorney was ''COUlt of (Osc"ol.) \ county" is. i in Orlando) < ,/! "several, months, mul will'"( |inri liiivs:, ti'"cs. He ''11'' fnvoval left town the proceeds\ of
to Tampa on 'lueslay.King today from : Johnstone.thinl cupy their coltiige at 4lr{ Vimstreet, .ly impressed) with) thusection anilexpects on 119 BROADWAY
t the last trade, when he $H'in
got some
where they will I be glad to see their to do some luisinthere." .
and! i "
{ shoes $4.00 $4.50 reports { sin prosperous .
Quality at .'friends. again.J. I cash. The wheel will be returned V
t and $5.00.! (> > None better.. F. I H. Law- in the Osceola capitiil.-Orlundo The library!. and rest. room at the -

: lIon I ReporterStar.j I convict. O..iflsPetOI\ 1 Hciioh.iw| \! r, wnin, of Miltontai.e I the i!( city Saturday 1 except Chapter, Sunday house, are from open lOlA" every to twelxi1 day ':'-:-:-:-:-*-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:.;..:.:-:-:-- :..:--: .:-....,..:-:...,<, 00 00 0000

Glenn Matthews of )Luxoru, Ark., i j Ilohpon/ of Iowa who purchased 2 .
and spt'nt, some time with ( up- I and two to n\e for thn convpnii'iict-
: i is visiting his parents Mr. und Mrs. Mrs. Roberson'h place, ('orn"r'm.. tain L. R. Farmer, who i- in charge" /niiil pleasure of home folks and stranl .*. II. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY V

S Charles", Matthews, of Kissi.mmec.Bean I and Main streets Kissimmee, fromcyears hii, ago home.( is I of the ,'on'lcI'uad !gang in i i Osceulacounty. ] l>- )Every; man and woman in KisMrnniec :X: FLORIDA. '"TI,. Land of Eachanlmmnt. '"I. Bminm Mar
here make
to Mr. I llens.nw I found everything is cordially invited! to come info .*. Kapidty Dmvilopmd Than Any Other S,.,. in thm Union
fed meat at City Market. lie will make an addition to the howe I
in iroud "shape in this county. I ,' a few minutes'lest or" a lilt I.-
Phone 44. I and other improvements.I < hat \\IVenever, it is "."Ilyeitit.flt.theufteiiei :|::: BREAKER & BARCLAY
I George C. Keller, who} for. number, 1
a '
Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Chisholm and I npt forget to go to the Chapter the better. :: Farm LmnJ* ,
' and Insurance
lof (111'8as publisher of the Estate
) Kepoit- { "
returned last Thursday a House and home City Profmrlr
baby I register" your name. 'er-Star. at Orlando and who is. well L. A. I Hamilton, of Toronto 6, Canada
visit with fri" Tampa.J. I{J address and Kissimmee address. If Iknown to a number' of Kissimmee peo- I accompanied, by his. dnug'.iter.Mfss :, :i: Kiitimmee, Fla. g::.r/t' ::;:
in Kissimmee J. M. COOPER Clrk
are a stranger you f Co/onjxafjon Lanmi
C. Griffin und family. of North be unless ple has taken Ii position with the I. Hamilton, and nieces. :Miss X Jh
need not one longer
with any you Mergenthaler Linotype and Josephine Hamilton wl|! nyc in -
Main street,. spent the week-end company | ai : V
)-iwh to do so. ':-:'-:-: -: -
John W. Chapman and family. I will represent this company III South I Kissi in nice tomorrow and will I "spendI .
Georgia and Florida. the winter at :Mr. Hamilton's] winter -
The Kissimmee Library needs some I --- ---- -
You get fat. juicy, delicious meat book-shelves very badly indeed. Perhaps -/ Home, adjoining! the Golf Clubgrounds.
at City Market, Phone 44. I some one has Rome shelves in The friends of P. K. Truedell merchant -/ M..r. Hamilton j is., an enlhusjp.stic S
at Kenansville, will regret to golfer end one of the most energetic -
office house that do not use FLORIST.I1STC.
.. or they hear of his MILLS. TIlE .
death which occurred I
brand at
-1, C. E. Swope Is possessor of a ,and that they will be willing to give and progressive" members of
Six which he purchased as his home there Sunday. Ho died sud- the, club which takes JACKSONVILLE
'Y new Buick i lor lend to the library. If so they will ( always on new FLORIDA
a Christmas gift to his family. certainly be appreciated. denly after a short. ilness from whichhe life with his arrival. w. frh flower for mk 3 follow.
I seemed to be improving.. : It is quota cut ( btginning January at :
I "'
Ladies will bear in mind that we thought that the immediate ci'ure of 3. C. Ledbetter and family left Roses Whit and Pink $3.00 anif$4.OOp.rdox.
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of the Roberson
handle R 4: I ..Cmjets. F. H. Lawson. Johnny Schmidt, his death was an attack of heart Wednesdayfor Cordele Ga., where American Bauti. 10.00 V
I I Drug store, ii now in Macon, Ga., I '' "
trouble. fifty expect to make their home for Carnation. Whit and Pinlr. 1.00 .
V J. Edle Stewt"rt, of Tacoma. Washington where he is attending the Max Morris th<* present. :Mr. Ledbetter is now I' Ulli,. of th. Valley 1.00" "
is in the city with a view to School of Pharmacr to perfect himself Little Paul Munger, the six year traveling. for a lumber concern. and Easter Lilli* 3.00 .. "
locating in Osceola county. in the mysteries of his chosen old son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Munger, as Cordele is in his territory. he will i SUI." P.... 2.50 "' 100

profession. fell from his tricycle Saturday morning lie able to spend more tim with his j Double Violets 3.OO 100
Fat, juicy nnd tender meats always Charles M. Cone and C. W. Decker striking; against n fence and family. They made the trip by auto. Narcissus I.OO Jo*.
tf ,
found at City Market, 'phone 44. I breaking both bones of the left forearm I
mobile, Mr. Blount comiiig from
of Adrian, Mich., spent yesterday in Dr. Rivers was called to reduce up MISS JEAN CALDWELL, KUsimmee Agent .
with his
S. C. Oliver, of Waverly, Alabama, Kissimmee. Mr. Cone is an old news the fracture and Paul's I Okeechohee crr to carry I V
visiting his son, J. W. Oliver, and paper man, nnd states\ that they are dition reports con- them. Their many Kissimmee friends I
on Oliver's! Island. making a tour of the state, end will all! improving rapidly.Mr. here regret very much to lose them as

also visit Cuba. and residents. V .J
Mrs. It. E. Cole returned '---- -
'is A fine baby girl arrived at tho home _
Sunday Lakeland
*. Mr.'and Mrs. John Miller December Miss Isabel Goodhue, of New York. had where they The regular band concert 1
!Lh. V who has been the guest this week of spent several days with relatives: da. ,.night drew a large Wednea'i " :" :_',', ..... "'" .0\\\ b" '
,' V Mrs. J..At. Willson, Jr., addressed the They Cole's were sister accompanied home by Mrs. '!:''J't..'':i'i' :,.>IiiT.'T'r., f'hI:. ), .1"'tfIf: 'QI.., ;. ..
Mrs. A. C. hull 'of Kio- "
Rev. S. W. Lawler and family spent of the' schools at the }
pupils public Cures Old Sores Otter Remedies Won't Cure. !
with Guy C. Harmon I wa, Kans., who had been the guest
Year's School
New day High auditorium Tuesday
. east' I' : of relatives in Lakeland for the past 'roe wont ca.eI,no matter of how 10011'..tandingRIC
and family at their country place morning. Miss Goodhue is a workerin i'week. Mrs. Hull left for cured by the woidrfui. old reil..ble' Diibrter. I
of the city. the. Audubon Society; and birds. home. Tuesday her '. Antl.ef.tlc l IleIing Oil. !t reijevi.Cmln .
were her subiect. She has promisedto ;i ) and lIeis at the i ...e time. Z5c.ale H.ot
Men< women and children Buster later and another talk ,
retul give
F. H.'Lawson's.B. | The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Brown hosiery at to the school children usinc colored Bert Huling were. sorry to learn of V

L. Lesley has traded his light st.ereopticontews to ilustrate her remark. -I the death of their eighteen months old LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED

Buick! Six back to Mach Brothers the ... daughter, who died at their home on I Call 'Phone

local agents forthis cur, for a seven- The week of prayer is being observed Wednesday, morning. Funeral. ] services .-,I "Your Quick's Chill Tonic cured my I
Buick Six. I were held at the residence on .
passenger the churches of Kissimmee this
by I husband of LaGrippe. and Fever after
Thursday) morning and interment
was I
week in conformity to the printedprogram S
George A. Sharpe, formerlylocal: made in Rosehill cemetery.Mr. the doctor's medicine and other remedies
Hunter. Land! eom- in the Valley Gazette last
of the \ "
manager failed.
who is now located in Alanama,week with the exception that the and Mrs.. J. D. Clark, Harry I
was pany a visitor in the city this week. | meeting scheduled for. Saturday night Hunter, Sir William !Mulock and Madame LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. .

| will 1 he held at the I'resbyterianchurh Lorenz, of Toronto, Canada, Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 2Bc. ,
Dry. goods and notions at F. II. !, instead of the Ilaptist mission V I
Lawsons.V ; i I'' and Dr. A. J. Holt will be the leader. ------ ---

I Considerable interest is being shown rrftistiv\ a ..gwm.. a. K ,
of Jacksonville has T *nf* t..fifif.fjifrjiffri
Tony Sampson, by the church congregations ,ID these
purchased the Broadway Cafe from 'meetings and the attendance has been.
John L. Becman nad will conduct it in i large. .

the future., !I Death removed 1 a familiar figurei

Guy Champlain. a prominent citizen i from Kissimmee during the present

-1.>>... of Jacksonville. was a visitor in the i week in the person" of Old Jenny Par- I
I.. city on business Tuesday. I I rish an aged 1 colored] woman who was" SMITH'S f ;

frequently seen on the streets. of theIIlwa8
and Miss' Martin of .
Mrs. Martin I small
city accompanied a !
arrived in the city
BainVn-idire Ga.; ,
which wIth
express "" "/I'on. she pulled! 11
vistei-day on a visit to Mrs. J, E.
'her wherever she went. ( lid Jenny, s

Lupfvr.Dr.l as she was known, was well nigh the -.
k and those who have been

Greenwich. W. J., R.Heald I., are and. here wife to of spend Ktist" years century residents or ma more of- when Kissimmee asked how for old thirty she A trial pair will convince. Why "So the People May Know" .

some time and have taken rooms at was were wont to .reply, "She was I
Mrs. Armour's on Main street. I just as old thirty years ago as she not buy the next pair here? V

no"V" I The Valley Gazet te's desire is to
The hoys car. get a bargain in suits II. 'I
Lawson's.Miss From the most conservative to print all the news ..1thp.\ time, but
at F. 11. I ------- p
I unless Items are sent in by phone,

of Kis- BIG At'CTION SALE OF GEORGIA() the latest novelties for The card or letter wr cannot hope to get
Eloise Moon, formeily very
I AND:' TENNESSEE HORSES j it all. If you know of any item ofnl'W8 .
simmee, hut who now liver!; AND MULES The Valley Gazette will be veryglad
was the guest this week of Miss Marie Ladies.
I to print it.
Huddlcston.G. '
In Orlando at J. B.

H. Prathei and J, Lupfer few, Mr.Stables. I.. K.Monday Hates will Jan.arrive 10th, at in the 1 p.citySaturday m. I You all know the Red Goose V School Club, notes Society; people, Lodge going Church away or or

hunters excellence, came a coining back marriages deaths or )
par ; ;
J'an. Mh with V
morning one
days. ago with five fine w '.d turkeysto r-load of choice horses and mules. School Shoe for the youngsters.A births, items concerning visitors, V
their credit.i of draft building operations, real estate deals
The horses consist heavy

Mrs. B. E. Marvin, who has been horses. matched teams, fancy drivers. full line---All styles. in neighbors fact anything moving that in or will going make out, The and

. visiting Mr. and Mrs.. A. A. Diotz) nnd saddlers, livery and !general purpose to Its
Valley Gazette Interesting
4- family, left last week for her home inS hordes. The mules consist of matched more V
Conneaut, Ohio. teams and single mules, weighingfrom ALL OUR SHOES GUARANTEEDALL readers.

800 to 1300: Ibs. each. All young The Valley Gazette' motto is: "So
H. ('. Stanford went to Jacksonville with shape and quality. This stockis LEATHER. IT WEARS.MITH'S the People May Know," and lo- that
Wednesday to attend the meetin of alt'thoroughly broke. and acclimated p end we ask your cO-l peration.
the Democratic State Executive Committee and ready for immediate use. Anyone
of which he i is a member. wanting good stock should attend

V This committee met on-Thursday. this sale next Monday, when ,,you will I (1 1
V have a chance to buy a team of good p \ "Help Us Boost
A. W. Winn and B. E. Evans, county '
horses or mules at the right price. Kissimnice"V
'*i1lL farm demonstrator, mado a tri PO'k The stock will arrive in Orlando Sat .I1OSTOR EOSC .-
':" jUskell{ in the south end of urday morning of this week, when

,.-t\ J unty, Monday to look over Mr. you can look them over and see them .w.' A. SMITH, Mgr.
V Winn's grove there. work or saddle. Anyone wanting to

.4 Miss Eloise Moon, of'Atlanta, Ga. : buy at private sale or exchange can i *

V >V V who has been the guest of Mr. andV I do so any time before the Auction [OLA'S OM.Y! EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE S *
d l left for Sale starts next Monday noon when I 1f
M. Tiller Wednesday
,J. V Mrs. ,, I ..
'V2 _;'''','; .Sutherland where she will teach art every remaining horse nd mule will V ':.. .

.'' .1' V,V in V ".tho -Southern, College", der.pOlitlvely be sold* V
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from blemish and which comes to, toward I : the public from
up wnys
- _*I ( the first-grade requirements in every' no pressure I I. duty of the pub-.

Packing House Operations way. It there exists any doubt regarding the',box. the public 7 II'"

: the grade in which ,the fruit" ) Farmer'4 ,, including'I.' I.;
Citrus Fruit BeltSecond i* to be placed, it is, much better .to and Shipping# ,. almost crim- 'i
I Injhe place it In a lower /grade. Good grading States may be ;; the health rights 'i.

three.artiiHe. : goes hand in hand with good, tion to the t> ways of disease,
( In seiles of on Handling Shipping careful work 'in the other operationsof | U. S. / ,.are nwteri.. \.

Citrus Fruits-in, the Gulf St.ateeashfngton. ),, harvesting: and handling.: I II Washington, l>. mind of the lay-, .
'-l I what we do, wa j'
I I.
Avoid Long- Drop from Sixer to Bin. ;

I '\ to. C. Deo. 17-In" The three rnam causes of decay' following In Equipping a packing house, separate I ++++_ I II' or,manners have we must're- .,
3 the packing: house, citrus fruits are / the washing! and drying oper- 'SIZerl are usually provided for : to protect
subject to-4n Jury in numerous ways water In the soaking tank, (2) each grade and one bin for each size I' 'O. II ? '

In the coursev.of the various operations poQrly constructed or operated washing of a grade, Great care should be 4 By PR. ;
of cleaning, drying, grading. machinery and ((3)). tbe slow or exercised in constructing and arrang I Co Stta ] ;; first used in othI
t sizing; and packing. The most common but partial drying of the fruit under tag the bins so as to guard both 4. I

t causes of injury are rough, careless unfavorable climat conditions. The against drops from the sizer to the a 0 H"OO O
k handl'ng by the workers poor first can largely be obviated ,by proper bin. and the 'piling up of the fruit in
arrangement of machinery''\undesirable handling of tbe fruit In the field the portion of the bin next to the 11..0 their ways .m+

types of washing machinery or and in hauling, so as to bring It to sizer to such an extent as to interfere cities Up The System ",
machines carelessly t operated, badly tb* washer In Bound, uninjured con- with the proper sizing) ; of the I the public I ; GROVE'S
constructed drying racks or Inefficient : -'i) Inclines thV,water In the washing tank. The importance in determining the appearance fication stamps. I
and ntix gravity knir
dryers p the ?
( of the :
I pack and the I
price Holmes to I I
of IropH. ..ay.. Ill'nll'd( nulling, tank may be eliminated <>htlrely paid for the fruit at the market end. Southerner showing
fl States Department ol Vfrlculture: aiM a spray substituted before I 111 a tasteleis form.'
Scratches( by linger nail, In grading, 'I''the fruit 'Breaches the washing!: The Art of Packing. I erner away i out malaria, the
Next to soundness and vation and I
,p and jirtokliiK':, and laik of proper tart, in.ic, (''lilne, In lidttltloti( to Kpra\li-K II ax keeping I : sybteui SO cents
quality the and local
attractiveness '
appearance -
in packing nallliiK!: iind loading t KOCH through or o\'..r tbe liru'beHheie / I''
I of the pack is one of the name the home
either n liandlliix tli, fruits indiviilunlly |' \\' the fruit is badly covered 1 with greatest factors in determining themnrk..t. I in a close (' I i '
!I"x also lowi 's(>ot) mold a Hoakiin tank Is almost, '
or n (Ihe iiurkliiK; price of fruit.. It thercfin( J The Chicagoan I
tin quality ol llu fruit. Uie, nah-, > I a I1Vl''l'si' ty. \\'henused. the wuteilidulil Ii s of the gieateht impoi.tance that this apologizing ,
.. ., . I lie, ( huiiKiil I In'-'iin'ill\! al
ins of fruit I In ,illru infi i ii ilw d I' Pt'-it of the handling opeiationg beiiifilh lots"( and over"
and slow 01" 1.,1 ) ,In 'tug: -" 1\1' I 1"a'I t I l\\o or thiii. tlinis I .1 inI "' and c.iricientlHupei'\iseil. other humans ill ) )

4 td 'inli'i i i\ir> -'f"I 1I or injury 'Ihe.' best. pack for all pmpixic.s i isi linker,, also is I I t I I

miiili HlK'r in( il"> 'in Id, ",t' pukniKlion : 'l-I) p<.x of I DTM'rsflii 517141. motleiattlv), high$ one, all of I the aS i/A's S that p5 .. 5 ( '
i \\illi, Hi,.. I,In) "old IIIIIMIin: )* .\( I' (tli.. fiuit hi- I l'n \',.islinl!\ flint being: p.itkcd in t li )'>nl\ anil, I',\, uinl he 1 I 5 ............
.' pro\ ill,' i jI'al,1 i (in,, )d 111 ions, I JOI, II- M: mi,' ll >m\ I In, inn l 11I101I/I!] ili\ lirii-ln, 1 ,ii'hllv' fl',''''' .bottom I to top If t tin I .. II'7-i .'-i-Il I'\, "oJli S I S I I I 'i t '" : ,
Ill 111(11)I .111. M 01'" 4 4P I, in I ilmiilx S I I I I I In I a ilrni HI I In ilr\lni I !: SI lint I'u oughoiit. i is himlind' : tig1l:, Ill'4 in I)1' woman, : i
I 111 , i In RI iii i- |"rop"\i lii",,11- lull- < U I la id', most" nl. I Hi I pal knit.lllHl I !. I" pai,'l\cd( lid it i I''malll". in houmlonditiiin :New, Oiliium! I 1> >

"d! 'in I llu I ,,,..101 I I .,,1,11"I I"nut' ol p" tin ( .4'-. at| |i't'.I| III"' 1 lrg 1' olll' ll.IV I IMillIll (: 1 tin. pack will not beionu iitiis. lii I' nidi,(' ( i I : of' Titles a
...r arllidal .. Idl .lt'k| in t "aiisit as I is S the* ('ase whiles lenient" l hul t I !:
((111" II"1', " i il 'm ib" li 11,11111'1!< Illl" '"| : ) li'' IS Illl. ,
i I III.. I ll f 11'1'I .iii I I 111. p.I'' )kit,I'. L.: loin) I .111'\'I (d'I' : I n h "'"'* I. *- .o oni" .iK,n '. 1'V y"1 I tIlt', ( lint I i.itlui lodsilv pukivl'' 1 'in 'I'I 51,'"V I hlo..Ihe u ] I I'
lit I Ipi tIluttlIlhi ,of the} lmble ,
1, tin' pm\ "' 'lull "I I 'in I '"Mll him 1,1,1 :1. "0'. .\ ll\l g I IU,\K. .if pi'p j'' u.Iy l: I \ i IHIisations) al '' I .
I 'on"ld, and i hai
I <]lllMIM' ''lit 'I'''I'I.lll\ IS'' I+'' '.IHIII 01 5 I") '!'i i: i,,01 pi S i'.1 I, m"i\' ft. 'ill > n"' I > :: iiiiiiv| in is othiimini 1 tupi( 1 I II
inilli ( nut InMil, ., I> II,,.KM. ,II, ,II, .t]ll KI iti'S.' p''(111 I 4"I I Is I I", ':ti 111 I I ill' 1514' I ins ami (lossmg olf the SIM's"i 1 Slut ]
'I'h,. '!'i' 4 f \il i I'.II.I"r' h"\I'\ "', n \ ,', are
4,44' luIl \ .11' I"c I I 1\ \\.1,1 I I II i ) ) -- -----
.rhlioi' lins. E\
. 11110 ")" i ing: I"'Y picker ''(4 Ill lii'4 II to A |,
.i'1, : ; iii
li I" \ ilu ft. \\ "
III .I f I "I I I II 11.11'' II"III lit
'1110111"' I' ,houldl'al'I I ) )It', ,, luwhiih :
yline at I 1st '
.. i u e>n I i m-h) I them fmni ] ] "
1'1 pi I" 1I'I k 'l 1"f, I I" I i <
( ( III K
,, .. I 11 oJ 1 144071ir 1 I
C 1,111 1101 Ii u.' 0111111. i f.ii or hlllld ,, the fruit .i'
I 1.-I 111".11,'s tin- ,'I| \ 'I Id), ,,ir,! lb. 1 f"t I puks up I Iii" is ( i''ntiiu'ntal i ,,, I ,,,I ill
In 11,0', p u kllll (1"1"( ', ] I 0 aold lingti'-mil(! siiatihing, 'I llu' thrni I tin) unild ( I : : l ;< )/ l ; : .\ \:1:: ) 'II 'MOR3
.1 i ui I" d K'i 'i ibli I ,ili l t 'i il II (' II mi'I I II.i i 4,11-I I ; I Ii.
11'1 ..f 1111' fl1,1,, (57,4411 1'.lh,1': tl"1'' ,!'k I)"g. Inn' should I lie thoi,'oiiglilv JMI'.. : tans ha\ .. sonie ) I 1 I : t thiut! cutting! .
Illnls rniliii Mouse. 11..i"I"11" : I .did ind kept fu,11'e f Kim di, \' twigs j,mlothtr oujrlit' 10) lie f 01' t out .
on : : : :
| | r sr ', "t I I 1" I \\I I '". I It.i al I 11"I -I I"II,.1,1 i ii"I "0I
\\'h 'n M r pos' Dili,, H i- ,ill," li ISIS'1 1lo I t" I I.. ,, ,,,, b li\ ii','', f. .. f'.n I p"n"t. ( I ti I isli and the diop fiom, the 'I he (time' was, ); )( ORIDA
'-i/li'i (to tin I 1,11I, should I I.i' the .h"'I-, t v Situ the ti' ( I i ,
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loiati' Ilii.. p"ii king: liuii-i' m .in IIrlillrolld > I t. Of(I 1 1',1' Ih. fj lilt I'll' ", ) )
l'-,t pns-il' lcIn ', the streets. I I
sni I
In onli) i I' I I JIll I I llu* fruil' I I all'r, \\.thollt I I I IllS II 1 I i ;; mr 0"' I i"I,- I pt
wiappincr I ('iti' (I'- fruits prepui.i .mil I I I
"laisii I i ( I I '
', )5l )
It I Is 'kul 11 10..Io.d. 'din i u5 U into I27 :" Riedel
p 11 r'all '
toi\ to jiatknig ( stem( should .11- howls from the I !
tin, i ai from i a I loulniK I platform) I ) Th.fI1fi.? I ", ) Irv'i I. Ii.V III il"Cal le the' twist,, of SIn'ptIJl4'l' )
44 a\s plaeod) in ditreicnt now-\' | i
without }luiulint, or loading, mil 1111 1 <' (5I40l 'ol11'whal'} 10 tl1l' '\111,. IIhI' i mil the fruit ,should} be tlglilKlapped I A !'<'IH'I'lIton, ) ) CABINET SHOP
In ll ,.ton, I In I hUt they (do nol doatl.I S- I Iap"I' j. : ,
loading, fiom It wagon gIi'I I I in ,sue h a n1lnn..r that th,' ed toliaicn and t Screens
It ma)' I be suld Ill I the )h.t, p.ickini.' I fIll Inu' \\'011IInd i ,';' tlw lillIst unfa"laid. \ ) i will not fall oil fiom the flint the dlawmg j Repair
house I Is rot m,r<' ."nrllIh... out tlnil' ) .. ,.Ima, !,,' "' "',dlliun" 0"" dll'1I11' :{ \\'hl'l1 taken out of the bo\ I'cieii( !' the time, has I ( ( Work.
: has the iniiHt m"ti'!him'r>' 111 It or tlinl( .1'l I.11411g4'l p.J'tOlj" of n.. 1) \\ "lIlh} ,'. w 7 lapping and inattention to placing doi vas indl pen I I I : 1 Si; ; Kesidenre 237
1'In. Izp| of <;.nat ini|5)io\emints in dl'\'<'l's, how t the of I the fiuit, the twist "
I costs the most a P.ICK stem in is Hut a nunlbii I ( I );.' 1 -iiht ])epot
lag house and the character of illfqulpnunt tonstantlj. me being made anil but, allOt hei' sign of careless work and( ...
will Upend largely upon I\.r piopei'1%' handled I moie" "'I'I I inefficient managementHow .

the amount of fruit to be, hanJlf'(1and '\' work can be jnhtainid ,, lo Load the Car. '
j wbethi the fruit has to be \ audit aiUncial. I diMrs than with. the 0..1'-1' I It is of the greatest: importance ,

ed or cleaned In (quipping and arranging nary dr> ing racks. I that the boxes be so loaded in the ("lI'that WORKER

; ,.; the machinery the thing!': that It is of the greatest importance\ there will lie no shifting or
that the fruit be thoroughly and, breaking in transit The fruit Pat on and
should be kept In mind more than I
dried. The blue-mold ..
quickh spore's often loaded on end or on the sile,
any other Is simplicity moisture for germination. If
require without cleating or bracing A safer KISSJMME
I The fruit should be kept on ore the fruit while still FLA.
is packed wet
and better method, however, >s to
level as mOeh as possible from the ideal conditions for the germination
load all boxes on end two tiers high
4,) hopper or washing machine to the of these spores are provided. Under I throughout the car. The most com ..- % -

,'4< packing bins. Gravity runs drops, these conditions if any of the or- mon loads are 300, J50, and 360; The CARSON
and sharp turns and angles ,should bE' I finges are injured decay is certain to 300 load is secured by loading five

1"1 avoided as far as possible Practically result. rows across, 30 boxes long and 2

no drops is necessary at all, if the Good Light for Gradinfi. boxes high. The 360 load is securedby Building-

t) bouse Is properly arranged with the The fruit usually is run on grading loading six rows across, 30 boxes 8-IS. 1-e V
r exception of the drop from the slz..r..1| belts directly from the dryer. These long and 2 boxes high. In loading R.ld..nce l Thon II/
j' Into the packing bins and 3 inches 1 grading belts may be either of canvas 330 boxes in a car the bottom tier is for Extraction of f

should be the maximum even here. or in the form of roller conveyors identical with the 360, while in the
ti: A well lighted packing house is est 1' which keep turning the fruit as it I upper tier some of the boxes are
: entlal to proper grading and good I Ib passes before the graders In ord r usually -raid on their side through the
b work generally The 1m porlan.of to do grading properly, it is necessaryto I middle of the car. Each row should M. D.

t good sanitation-the keeping of the have good light. This point can I have two substantial car strips nailed f.'j
bouse absolutely clean and free from I hardly be overemphasized, as one of ''across the ends of the boxes, one SURGEON
[ rubbish and decaying fruit-can not the molt common mistakes in building strip being shoved tightly up against' Pharmacy
be overestimated Decayed fruit in j a packing house is to provide insufficient the car wall on one side while the (I
% light for other the of boxes
grading. strip on same row
or near the packing house is a prolific -
; ic source of blue-mold infection and The grading of the fruit is entirely should be placed tight against the .
without reference to size. Whatever opposite car wall. If this method is
Is of indication of inefficient
a source grades are made or established it is used it will prevent the shifting PARKER
or indifferent management of the greatest importance that the the load in any direction. In loading ,
Sufficient room should be provided : grading: rules be. strictly adhered to oranges into cars the tops of boxes ; W ,

inside the house for stacking: the and that( the first grade contains no should always be toward the sides of I. Conveyances .
I fruit hauled in from the field and for fruit except such as is clean and free the car and the sides of the boxes alINSURANCE ;.
packed fruit awaiting loading. Space tp, :-r
) -" .' '
I ordinarily Is provided in the second adwa, ,/ '$"
sforv for box stock and the makingof oooo o oo o o' oo .o

it into boxes. Gravity runways
or chutes can easily be provided for .
carrying the made-up boxes dowji to & STEED
the packing room.

VM Of the Hopper Let us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. Unusual AT LAW

Where washing Is not necessary, well may it all kinds given;
tbe fruit Is usually first emptied into Information in regard to property for mand for /

,1. a hopper after which It passes either sale and rent cheerfully given.In ity and the SlntP Hank Bldg
over dry brushes or directly to the ties, argues Florida.

; grading belts. A hopper holding: not addition to fifteen other good companies, we to its
more than two boxes of fruit Is de
if: sirable. It should be well padded now represent the well known
the same Q P.

ft.i"i and vide have for the only easy sufficient movement slant to of pro-the HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of New York with Lime Trees, & GARRETT amrr.u

)'t, fruit. In emptying from the field :I:>>. G.A..G- :EJR, maximum -
box Into the hopper, the greatest of ous growth, !
i,' care should be exercised to transfer Second Floor Citizens Bank Eldg. Kissimmee, Fla. prolifically. 12 Citizens Bank:
7i the fruit without dropping or throw-

: lug it any distance This operation .0100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 ... Fl._

can be accomplished with little or nr> .
Injury eltbeer by holding tbe fruit Lake ,

.1 back with the arm or hands In emptying -

or by using a canvas cloth to N Soi BUILDER HICKS
,' 1'I' hold the fruit back BO as to allow it 1 AT a ii R i ES I U 4;<

t to roll out easily and gently from the SURGEON

44 box Into tbe hopper Blowers' Ground Limestone makes acid soils Building
'. awed. It releases potash salts and imparts :
\Vajblng and CleaningIn _ _ _ 40
many sections of the Gulf coast strength and vigor to growing crops and trees. that

:jf region where citrus fruits are grown Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine BLOWERS and ,
tbe washing or cleaning of tbe fruit readily mixes with the soil? Contains no impurities CRtfUNDL '

44)) prior to packing Is absolutely neces- -can be'! applied at any time-is i
,'l sary. In order to remove I the sooty- inexpensive. Write for literature and prices. I M E DIRECTOR
mold fungus which follows the attack :
u ,. of the whitofly and other Insects Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co. s '

), If Washing wl'l continue to be one of BoaK3OSOcal&FloridaFAD'IATORBILL we
the necessary handling operations
I until the growers take the necessary
Stewart AT.,
I steps to control the whitefly in citrus the

'1 groves and to grow clean bright .ooo oooo oooo oooooooo oooooooooooooooooo ., Fla.
:) fruit.
k If the fruit if in such condition I

that It has to be washed, It Is essential Pineapple
Cr wfor..
.; that every precaution) be takento L ue.m r-i r1.0
I" ;,' perform this operation In such away TardilY & CRAWFORD

: as to inflict as little injury as will now make all kinds of I Valencia -LAW
possible on the fruit as It passes Citizens Bank
through the washing machine ExJ SHEET
tensive investigations hove shown I : Flor'-*, (I' 2-
t that decay In packed fruit is largely 'T J
due to injuries received or aggravated such ai water tanks for residences, gasoline tanks for boats and an- I Our ___ ,.

during the operation of washing tomobiles, smokestack, sugar Tats, and ventilator, in connection witV Board. '
and drying. Tbe bad effects followIng I AN
washlng are due not so much to his regular repair work on radiat. and fenders. -
; 54 actual Injuries made In passing, fruit We .
', ; through the machine as to the Inocu- Repairing Stills in Country a Specialty true to the ;
; lation of injured and ruied spots given in our .

: through the agency of dirty and infected I place same f. a General Tonic
guarantee Call and
water. Injuries made In the my tee me on any I kind of metal V .. '.
; work. a: I .
\ grove or in other operations of handling Grove'
{( or injuries made as the fruit pas- : !: TAateI..JI I'1"

I r, } 'f' sea through the machinery, are aggravated OSCEOLA GARAGES I C. It "i .;

,, ) ) by the addition of '1 f QUININ8 ,
flt especially when the water moisture'l I [ the Liver, Drives :'. Ii,

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f' L'i.i: I PORTRAITURE. .1ED O. ODD BITS OF NEWS OO Ask Our Advice Freely' ;

FOR THE -, O Indiana, Pa.--Someone. put'a hen ,...--... --con.IO.I. .
OO' 0040000""O .OOO.I in the back of J, ,II, Stewart's buggy _..f 1.'.rvle

f':' Why Babe Beautiful' Lttl! Frock, For Grass' and closed the flap.Twenty-two days. _.......'._. .._Y.-y'b YwM.....1.......a.rO. ISL..I
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Schoolgirl' particular* claim to beauty were her: :- I. a..Iy u._ .. -
end day tunings.ThU Docen'tHall found the hen reduced to a skeletonbut '.1 .WlfUllMf. W. OMi,100'Ifl ft*.
>nyvyytr long golden tresses. In a dream recently ,:l", '
living. It .
still Royal Palm Nuraerietll
from her 'bed obtained ;
she arose : t
": : ; : : a pair of' scissors and clippedher Columbus-O.-An whichwon Y F'I' r r n....tb....._._...4-.t.o.r._rA..n t."'",
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apple .. ,... .. .,u.5
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bald "w.
hcpd as as an egg.Elkins a prize of a' bushel of apples at, ,it-", ,,.. .' N.4.' ."......1.. ...,.,."?.al5.ts. .nMn w., I Il
IM.1.) Itrull -
the O. S. U. apple show was baked by >.
: W. Va.::Wild hogs rushed ; l .. tr ulinlfn"'t'Rtsfoner -'"
five-year-old cooking marvel, Esther 1\\\ '
::1? down tile mountains and into the a Rae Johnson. She was pitted in g.' " .\ &w.ii. .

I Many ptfivnts believe that the reason home of Sanford Phillips in the foothills the contest with seventy-five house' :\ R.f.l P.U Hoo.- ... .
where they attacked Phillips' I .u-_._ _,R..
a baby does not walk sooner Is .wives mid one -man. The prize was
old 1 The child friflrhtMie
two-year son. -
u special one awarded for the excellent
because bU legsaro\ not yet strong where
< fJr ;
enough. The truth of the matter la /_ mirror huiifjf! When the hogs ,aim I cooking.

that tho bones and muscles In a baby's their. reflections in the mirror, they I,' Ne\vill, Pa.-Mary Murphy tearing -
and l rushed ,
became stricken
IIrltJs are often developed sufficiently ft) 'Is'F l bark to, the lulls l leaving the child a maltieRB apart to throwaway haIhecn !
found her mother's! will which
before be ltIk,1Ibl9
to 1)f'rUllt.wnlklng long
uninjuieilIhllsd.ilo I
Y'I I lost and $1G,000 in securities
first step. The reason he does not
I hidden ill the cotton. The will but
walk as soon as he bus the necessary ; Mieh..At.. a social; in
I Iph'slcnl l I.ein admitted to ])I'obute. leaves
schoolhouse in f'nmhria
strength Is because there Is I r the Adams the entire estate to the finder of the
} the stuck Ih-ii to '
ttiwnvlup) women ( "
iio'thlnklng brain (o tell his muscles I securities and will.
I I througl<:li hales] in a sheet und men
I what to do. I I bought them fur the evening. The !
I At birth a huh,)"'" brain Is far from T wile netted the school. $7X1.lleiwuk ; (I. I A" True Friend. SEED: : BEANSWe
.e I "You folt v, said the lawyer who wanfining
w1I tJ'hlIn/ us complete( working order ns
u cross-examining! stunt, "that can make immediate ship
the icst of bN body. From n jpar to ]: V.itK.- Ijjjhtiiiinp struck
tt1 V"I
he is u man you ctm depend upon ment of the NEW CROP 1915
eighteen month oiul In some cases an tlw.ddin!:' nntr on the I tinier of ,
I even longer time, must ellipse before M's. :Mason F. (aslleu.iti, takiiiR aMitts the land of a chap that would lie like 'I GROWN REFUGEE 1000 TO
I out of the ring but leaving the and other

bin brnlu >I" ('iipuble( of lliertlns con a lawyer to "Vet a friend out of u
', '- I finger dnirljued.Iamille/ \ "
8<'1oUS. voluntary moAcmeulx I stub ns tight plm-e. varieties.

.'c, "Olllillg. t ] ] 111--A mad dor rushed I Surely. SEED POTATOESSPAULDINGS
born! the i Kill-I sec London has some lampposts -
Yawning when moving into the home of Louis Smith! ovorI'M .
Toot w lieu I llcklcil.! coughing, sneezing.I ,, nod some of the ftinitme andknotted still]) doing curly which were
ImiKliliie-> lng. squit nilng; and other' ) the telephone] fi' Y .lill -- 'I he must l he certainly some FOUR ROSE
things n bnby> does are v. lint me i ,T roreivcIfell from the honk, and l lwhen .> NUMBER

known ns retlex actions. They are the I the operator heard the doers lall-(1o"t.( EARLY RED BLISSTRIUMPH

i N'spo'istMj: lo Home IIIIIHMH'(pdhle li rlta\ I c'a
"t'nl'l"\'B In the spinal cord '
lion ending
.L>! '::":: C'fl. :::7'''''''''' ''!\ Ltl'.A-I.l': : :;:.n'lo All varieties of farm
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and arc no Indication of Intelligence I
/ I and Garden Seeds.
or n lack of It..

; ,4 Walking mid other voluntary move 1 R. S. FLOYDDealer I Write for catalogue and .

\ melds can lie accomplished: only when .- i Weekly Price List.
t I o putli of communication Is establishedbetween i
the spinal cord where too re- I In
flex fictions are" controlled and the upper

r. or thliiklug part of the bruin This Groceries Hay Grain acrid Feed 2OU Kant Hay Street

path Is known ax the "pyramid path." JACKSONVILLE: FLiOUIDA

It extends from the medulla oblon- C )

Ii gata at tbe top of tbe spinal cord to Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.

tbe cerebrum way up Inside the skulL

.tfh When a baby Is born this Important Next -
Try Us on Your Order For Feed ---
little pathway la not jet open for traffic.
", The little nerve fibers which compose A raoanconcala. "'-
t,. It are all in place, but they are This little now u. no Blui|'>le nod graceful you buyBREAD___

unable to transmit any messages between In Its outline,. Is cut In it IIISRIU|

tbe upper and lower parts of blouse effect: of tattle crvcncMet.

the brain because they have not yet with dropped shoulder seniiH Tin

developed! their nerve sheaths. The edges are |>lp d with a nniiuw bum)-

.. latter bear the same relation to the Ing of tbe plaid taffeta which make"\
1 - nerve fiber as In.ulatora do to electric the skirt, a iuuulMume pliiiJ of envy May Lumber Co.Wholesale Ask for the BEST .

4 GlU.oart1L BAOK. w tre.a. blue and bottle green. A crush girdleand .
sailor of the phaid.are l the I We male it. Every Grocer sell it \
evenng( wrap Is fashioned of Not until the beginning of a child's rolfar/ ,
coral colored brocade velvet. showing fifth year .. the hoe of communication 'only trimming, except I the \c8tee of and Retail Dealers In

I a fascinating Japanese pattern In t... with his thinking brain I lo1 full opera White lawn fastened with tiny crochet Q. K. BAKERYE.

p '1. and flowera. Below. scalloped bot tion. Before that time It la not only buttona. YELLOW PINE LUMBER

'" tom falls a straight band of satin in foolish, but cruel to expect of a child A. NIEMEYER, 1 '' i
anything Involving will power. FOR YOUR BOYS. Mitchell Street
I a weirdly oriental tone of blue. The Shingles and Laths 1

, neck la finished In gray fox. Revers Bobtledi
'Instruction How to Mafce ,
ing1 fashion's dictum of llulngm.this .
For January. HOUSE BILLS AI SPECIALTY -- - - : t,
) wrap wear. Ita gorgeouaness out
aide, being lined with a dull white t Again snow bringa opportunities for oo... .ooooooc.Ot.
tatln. sport Bud Iu every hilly section: I or li All we ask inlet us figure on your estimates.
places where loug eM-u slopes\ : occur M. TILLER '
Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
the old time never stale forever dollgbtful I
CARE OF CLOTHES. art and glory uf coasting will Real Estate Agency i
be followed and oncourugcd. Phone 21 Ffa.'
Slip Your Garments on a Hangsr In- I The various tilers, toasters glitter : 4'

,std of a Chair Back. r jumpers, stomach bumpers (often lest Realty bought and old i

Never leave your suits or dresses ( elegant terms lire usedi.,' are all laws Houses'rented. '

"lying on a chair or on the bell rail, but } unto themselves, and their riders, who, __ n __, Tues, paid and Titles'Verified

put a banger In tbem tbe minute yon In various attitudes, go singly or perhaps for non-reiidents. .

:, take them off It.. simply a matter with a passenger, llcklty spill '
Fire Life and Accident In-
of habit and It la just aa easy to learn down the Icy grades frequently Hud I

x to .Up a banger Into your coat and put them uucrrtulu steeds at the turns. sura nee. '

It In tbe closet at once a. It .la to throw Even the biggest. bobsleds. when biilll The eyes of the world. Indemnity Bond, ; I

It on a chair, to hang up later. Creases too high audI\ h Inellli lent htecrliiM;;
o tO .. .
and wrinkles wear out the cloth, and apparatus are unequal to the cures

the only wuy to keep your clothes free and may pane unsto.uly: rift: ut oil -- -,
when timea where the |I'"S:seimcrs aic erratic the whoSAVES
of wrinkles Is to bang them up .
v '
you remove tbeui. or the couini-, Is uneven.As are on man <'fi+rrS*4+$A 004040400004,0C.

Shoes too, retain their shape much with the safest und best lacing i,1i

longer If trees<< are kept In them. You automobiles uiitl I piisliuinlilles\ I the IIIOHI" I W. ,

can alwnju tell the shoes which are successful iMlnlfd 1 or doulile iiiniiei inbuilt GRIFFINStaple
low uml too lij (lit
wrinkled, not iiinou i
neglected by their shapelesslook. ,
dlmciiHlons. (.lien:\ below l It will I I"
It is a mutter of a moment or and
iS Fancy
boots seen Unit the lirlk'lil of I lie miner ami i
two to slip shoe trees your
tbe thl< kiuMx. ol liolsier and Ixiudmake :' ) :
when you take them off and this will a '
up till fium the I surge tGROCERIES zY '
prevent the leather from relaxing
of the suon lo I the hi'.'t. and I Ills. .r
Footgear which has no acquaintance
should not 1..(' piealer thin:' ten and) nhofor I
with shoe m-cs! usually splits and eleven lathes The "".11',1 mi\ _. oJ. ._ __ __
crack. Just twice as quickly as the 8 8r 8A be any length dt-iied up to 11yJt'Afeet : Free Delivery to all Parts .

well cared for \nrlety. If you will rub this: carr.xinm. ; t U t era':e ol.. seven \I : .? of the City
vnsellne Into shoes when for .
a little your > a moment man
3 passengers Billing;: M'IJ cause and< allowing PAUSE young IX
and wet
new It will prevent the damp of foui-M1. fur the Mirlsmm's;
from splitting I the leather.\ legs. An eight loot In.lid: Is In.tier nnd give a thought to self. The I

When your tailored skirts becomewet silicil1i four or l the IIIISSVIIHVIM; a safer and II I - =
from the rain do nolet them stay I saner limit.A I problems that confront you now, or I

wrinkled but press them with n bot bobsled l 'ted I II
inn} >e con si i ui
Iron before I hey I become dry. By tbe throughout; maulers and 1 nl) 01, It in,ubo will a few years hence. Ii I '

wnv. It li n real economy to Invest iu a I sueiesHfulli. \luiill .upon. tun boughtslcda. i Joe E. Johnston ,

I'ood. durable riilneont. becnuso-lt will If I thoy) lireel_\ strongly; m de
protect your gulls and frocks lo a and braced lilt material In'In;; oikosli ,: Look about you-the men of affair in country\ state, nation-yes,

great extent and will actually save you or elm in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. CITY ENGINEER

money. The Method of unitliiK 1 ; these two
---- sleds U Hot dlllkllil. The \lioaid' ; should They have the respect and confidence of lie community.

Removing Will Paper.To a qv bo of the I best : ', mb oak or v D Surveying and

rcmoVr old wall pipor' -nnd. this( x elm. thou;.:li limlellov: pine in:ly Then look on the other lide-at the fellows who rend all tl 7

should always be thick done before pasty solution(puUlnR"on er\e It should l lie null (planed) 1 froiuan meke-they may have a good time for a while, but wLat does U z Drafting
new-make n : Inch I tliltU or front l'i' IltrheY. It
of flour and n few spoonfuls oT salt in longer than ,i-l'-lit' feel The width l is personality reflect? ., r

boiling ,",IeI'. Then ndd a few ounces eleven, or I t\\'tl\t Inches MaKo\ top lY
of acetic acid, which N cheap, and up owl nil corners. p.lgpl' : and ends, round A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the I

ply with a brush to the old piper, < $ mid ImoolhlIh coarse handpai' >cr. I nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

which will, after n few minutes, readily I "*
-- -- --- Your
Make beginning no'-tollay.

peel off In large at-rtps. to A wicker Wicker Unmix, 'r Mamper Is IK i'li.MIS. the I Ideal bank book'will jour pave the way. CURSON F PIIRI1IEB J

0 J laundry oml.-ilner, Hilt it must l he
"Judge -. kept[ clean One onanielid while' molts\
An enjoyable game for a party Is w.J so clean Unit It Is Imrd to remember
Judge and Jury. The players or Jury Bankof ::1 .
that It mihiilxir Inipin\'itli-". even State
facing each other. GOING TO 91- I
form up two rows .
germs. It must lie uallied In hot water I
end and asks ,
Tho Judge sits at one
occaslonnlly mud filled In tho sunshine I !
questions. These may be of any de- Thr. Exc.ll.nt Hint. and then sometimes. It can be Insurance that Insures;

scription. Perhaps he will say, "Miss If boiled frosting has been cookedtoo further refreshed with n clean coat of KissimmeeCapital e

A., do you tttlnk it will rain tomorrow addresses long It may be rendered smooth enamel i Protection that Protects
the -
Novel although Judge her. It Is again by adding a piece of batter tbe Perhaps the Ideal method Is to hare stock ________________---_______________$100,000.00
Miss A. and looks at size of a walnut before beating it. I a sunny, dry laundry and there to I Resources 400,000.00Ollicen d4i
abe who must answer but tbe over ------------------------------ ,-- i
not A fine bit of emery board, such aa gather the soiled clothes. Everything
player opposite to her. And be. In his comes for manicuring, makes a good I damp, like bath towels, should be and Director t
I I.:..:. Is not allowed to say either '
' answer. substitute for an eraser when you spread out on a washable wooden or '
::-b. ogee" "No," "Blnck." "White." or make an Ink spot on paper. I metal rack and dried each day, then C. A. CARSON. PresL J. M. LEE. Vice Press DAKIN AVENUE '

/ "Gray." If the player who waa addressed When-one buys a child's dress, otherwise : placed In a basket or hamper. The M. KATZ. 2nd Vie Prat. ail

f I. anawers she'becomes judge, good but with poor machine clothes should not be piled together KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, t
and the judge takea her seat, or If the scallops on It. one can regard the seallopa pellmelL Table linen should be kept ROMA THOMAS, Cashier t;

opposite player doea not answer before .. padding and work over them by ttaelf In a aeparate hamper. Household .
the Judge baa counted ten. be become with excellent effect. linen can be kept In' another and

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The Southern Winter Chautauqua


Featuring a Gorgeous Array of the Nation's Brilliant Speakers, Musicians and Entertainers'

Management SOUTHERN CHAUTAUQUA SYSTEM, GEO. SELDEN WALDO President, Gainesville, FJoridn' III },' .

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U. S. Senator THOS. P. GORE, termed by W. J. Bryan "The Blind Man Eloquent" is the Senate'smost
brilliant orator, of international fame, and one of our nation's greatest statesmen. He ,is a living -
example of what ambition and perserverance against seemingly insurmountable odds will accomplish.
His subject will be "Social Duty" a powerful discourse dealing with the present day economic prob
lems. No man or boy should miss this chance to hear and see this distinguished statesman, and enjoy
his eloquence and logic.

The MOZART QUINTETTE-a bnlhant company of high class musicians, each member a teal
artist, presenting standard music in a manner appealing to a mixed audience. We feel that there is no
superior musical attraction on the chautauqua platform. We present them for their real musical worthto
a community. They wear the beautiful costumes of the Louis XV period.

KARL JANSEN, from the "Land of the Midnight Sun," Swedish entertainer and physical cultur-
ist. Mr. Jansen's work covers a broad field in education and amusement. He is a distinguished actor
and physical culturist of note. His entertainments are unique and fascinating.The .

Famous TYROLEAN ALPINE SINGERS and YODLERS. From their Alpine homes these
singers and instrumentalists have been carefuly selected and are trained and rehearsed in their world- ,
famous yodel and warbling songs. They appear in the picturesque costume of their people the most d l '''f }
attractive in all Europe. Their program is replete with variety the company presenting instrumental
music, as well as vocal-using the unique instruments of their native land. Mp"

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DR. F. Q. BROWN, }"writer, traveler lecturer recently returned from a tour of fifty-two thousand
miles into the heart of Africa, China Japan Korea and India in! making a study of the political, economic !L
social and religious problems that confront the peoples of this globe. He is an authority on the _
subject of foreign missions.

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The GILBERT SHORTER PLAYERS. This company is unusual in its versatility. It is composed ? r
i of four exceedingly high class artists who have each two or more accomplishments. They present a
great program including instrumental and vocal; quartets. English opera in costume, monologues of
exceptional merit and a comedy sketch teaching between its laughs a great moral lesson. The pro
gram is 'especially chosen t to entertain-the material is new and there is enough variety 'to please everyone "
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RAY NEWTON-magician and man of mystery. He is called the "Prince of Magic," carries elab-
orate stage equipment and many animals. He has had many special effects recently made in Europe
lIj especially for this production. His program is one of mystery, mirth and music. ..

MAE SHUMWAY ENDERLY, one of Chautauqua's foremost readers. In view of our attention
being centered upon the people of Europe at this time we are presenting Miss Enderly in a featured
program of "Custom and! Costume of the European Peasantry." Miss Enderly has a pleasing voice
I and is a player of the Irish harp introducing much delightful music into her dramatic numbers.

ANGIE BELLE BA ms. A pianist of rare ability; for three seasons official pianist of the Inter-
j national Lyceum Association. Her swift and accurate reading and splendid command of the key-
r board is remarkable, but as an accompanist she exhibits the qualities which prove her to be in the
highest sense an artist .
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..AII of this talent_ will appear in. Kissimmee, February 9-12, 1.916

The price of season tickets will be $2.00 for Adults'and $1.00 for Chikirenbetween: the ages of 7 and 12. i

w Children under 7 will be admitted free of charge.


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I nnTn mini i 41 of BESif WV4 > wine. own.. ." ola County Florida; to-wit.:i He. cm. bootjack blton-hnok". lace, : affairs of this corporation shall 'be
mi 111 E EM t'S"1 chatige hoJd. yds., N of tk4. Cor. of SWA of SW faxtenlnirs. b\II. other acCesHor- conducted b the following; named per
1 !; li South lea, and all articles which I I). () Wagner President LeJarrell.
BK T"w"Mi"'Sf 1 8WH""rr"rr"i .BNWW tr"d. and, deal In Hectlon Town.Mp1 may sons: !
of NEiL of ; property.. ze East run N TO yds. W 70 b. conveniently or .dvaRla" : vice Pusldvnt;. H. E. Cola.
L Legal 8J1 NW" BII To survey .., 8 10 yds.,. I 70 yds. to point of handled In conjunction and Treasurer. The officers

.-I of SV34-------I and develop lands en ness aforesaid a .haU a opt. temporary by-laws until

j NP' of SW4; __...___._. 7 or .otherwise : : The said land b.ln.aa. .essed in the Article 6. The amount'. of capital first meeting of the stockholders. 'a'
1: :: Advertisements oY NWS :.._.;;..:;;;.;: SNIfOfNE nil things needful of ticlplo at the date of lock' of this corporation"shall be Ten Article 11. The names and resi

____ I Improvement and Issuance of said certificate.Unless :3d"h Dollars, divided Into one denees of the subscriber* to these articles
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% of ofW same for sid certificate shall be re. -. of the par value of of Incorporation, together with

p. 111111111111111111111111.LIY of of NR"J' 'R' of To conduct. : according to law, tax dead will one hundred dollar* Th. capital the number of ahar of the capitalstock .

COURT OF COUNTY JUDfiR.S'l'ATR W4 of NJ' E'4 of surety and ln . thereon on the 10th day of .anu"ar"It. I lockof this corporation may be paid subscribed by each, set opposite ;

, OK 1<-|. "U>AoaCKOliA NV3 W NI'{ 1 ofNW% ; erase business, I). 1916. ,-, for In property, labor or services at his name, are aa follow: .
; .. COUKTY W otE'4 1 ofSWnf2W'4 : broker or r t my hand .nd seal at KIs- Just valu.Uon te be fixed by the In- D.: U. Wafner, Klialmmce,. Fla.., 14. ,

NW% of SW% of N W8' 10 nrms or : Florid. day of De- meetingcalled for shares. Fli.

!. .. E..... of Erwln II. slrldneiM NV4ofNWE'4ofSW4ot: Rersons n"i pled I A 191. that purpose.Article Le .J.rren. KI.lrte. I
Notice I. hereby Klv n. to all whom RW of SW4! __ or personal J. OVERSREET. 8, The business and nrudwn- Karen.
my concern that On the 10th dRy NWHi Vi of ;8WU, _ ? I cessorles.To ) reul tlal alTalrs'of' this corporation shalL be H K Cole Klsslmmeri Fla., :tiares.Itf ;a
4 3V ?- -- -- I Oscrola Florida conducted by n board of directors of \VITNiSS$ WHEREOF: have : ;
February, A. 1916 I ahail apply of ot on Caunty. :
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J' T. M. Judge: SE-bl' d" : D JAMES M. JOHNSTOIfl. D. C not less than three or more than five. hereunto set our hand this day
t"- to the Honorable l.hlrPhr' __ _______ _________ 18 'ra7Y )
of Court. aa Juditu ",, for N41vO NRW _: of_ on ( Article 7. The annual m..eUnJ of of L.cemb"rb.A. D. Itlft
y.a :II'\' nnnn 1 the stockholders shall b the i O. WA4JNER-
flnal dl.chnre a Admlnl.trator N : of NVHi SW of NE% SW To carry .
the e.tata of Krwlnr H. Urldffts. do 4 of SK 4; : WH __ __ ___ 18 fleas. COt'HT OF COUNTY JUDGE.HTATK principal offices or this corporationon l.KK' JARRKUL,
: n ,' OF FI.OIIII1A the first Monday In February of H l-;. COLE
aaed and nt the Bam time I will eratlon
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repent to Reid Court my final. account MV4 fof __ :__ __ 19 taken by " USCUOL.A COU>TY each >'cnr. at 10 o'clock A. M or aaBoon ,'
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Admlnldtrntor of said estate and ask of NRM.: hof NH'4 ', ciers contt actors ns praNI.ahl. at '( STATE OF FLOUIDA )
I i for their appro.1.Dated . \ of NWU SBU 20 aion men and .. re lOalate itt Aaron Keeebarjrt k which meetIng there "hal ne el.-rt.-il .
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1\\4 I l and from boarditf
August 2nd. 1916 itf such bunln I \V : 8E'4 of hereby Kh'el POUNTV OSCEOI: ) 0
4 NF', lilt', choIrs ,
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A. "::. PHOUOHT. tioretncqtiir. that thi lath day .ulnl
NKVi of HI" % of NBU may concern, on
hOllr.1 of iUn> ,' 1 HH' IT KNOWN thuthdo
ctorn shall That before
85-1 m 6 mo Administratori of STCU SK <4 nf PRK __ __ -_ 22NW 1.II.hl. 01, I I 11" \I i .. A. 1> 116. I shnll apply;' . .luilite
Rld the T
4 : N4 ,0 NWU .of SVliof's'V14'of : hondH R"'lle.. thai I Murphy.Proonto., til of Ruch moftttiu or Htockhohii I e nald County' and tate, personallyWnviifr
. . . \ ot ' Ni1' I l.t"R iinld fotut? ns JuflKe of for nnil It. I i>iunnlE h .. ,'1-I-I ttnv I ftom i'i-il li, O'oli Lee Jarrvfl I 4
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'tin mot In i < foi' VMM. Tb.loaIhlloli.ra? of thin \( K'I\'ld''l( ) that hey executed
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IH. HIP Him., will. I In. Kl.niti'il I I to HitiilM t l lla \LI ('Illl II U' S II lid H\ ) WORN OUT FARM"I of the enterpriseatnountot1
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HI.II 0! |h' 1 HHIISI1IKHH a N'\\' '. of i; . N\V', cif sljiji.f I ni'. tiiit I muni < r..i\i. II iii 0 I i' \\ :
..,11,11 .ll ,'llllOf .N : "olataat .. .nnd? \ : \ reiened for from the orchard
V apples
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till 11/1'
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In this
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.,11 I ,.,.IB..1,1'I i llhM |I., I Illl I'. ....hl i\ 'IIP t''ito i i r I''i iii OK 'in': to.. w ls.'1 1,11, i il I , ? \ I I'I; I I' V : Of .1.1: II. -I \'I' II VII > I I 1,1 t i,OtS'('InC ll, had I he"1 made, i mcludi 'Hut plenty of them think the gov- \

.)., \.. "I" sit: I'N'i; ii ji mi i ti. C" i i r OK .-aaI' to 0 l ,'" 'I i I m the ie]>an' of thi limn at a cost : cinmcnt does." ,1.

\\ hI'Nls; !$ lll\ Iliml, "lli t. 1 % KOII ..( I.:._ nnoi In'r <-1"IIM). (InJiMlur tiC Sitlil 4 /

Kill.I i i.iiil ill I l KlMnliiiitu.... FI".III.IhlH oi.\ < 01 \ii. I' 4iitMiiitN nt tier taolriaziatiall t \\ a .if Mini 'I'! Miitli.m bin 'npllnl .. I "

till- :.11 ,llll\' of !I..rh'r.! A. I IIH'iriM'tVomt t hit t I I I.- ,.hJ.-oI t , | ? In tills (nut fool1... M.l q ..f.1
1'1'1 'I I.AI
.1 I I. MMIItSTHKlITS. .. a >r. loii oriiBnl>ril u.- ,11''rl" n ml |I"ou T,1,1"1'"" ''..."1ta.-oh. 111. llf Billl Clllll\| -
ciitk) ("' tler the. Inrrm ut "" .r"'A. hn rto-r of, I ii-. .In UGH CALOMEL- MAKES VOUSICIC.
-nl ) "lr.,1 )111
3.41 OHII'lllH. .utly' Flo.I,11 *.1..1.. ... UIW to tltiit tin Tin HI. ,.11... I llii'i.r.iio I In illi. unit :nlnnttilsli
N.TlaiMAM. or '"r*'afti r alath t till 111.1, a tin" 1 I JI

: '!'U It. AI.I.IS4>. '1'. AI... i'I,nillli.l' S of .1".11'-..."...l to ,I..'

. "UTI" <'I'O.I IX-frndnnl. The amount, mil? HIin a o ,nl. I*, fSto', fill" ",/I on? o. I :

J In ....iitI of *. <'.mntr Jurtitc, thin ."rpnrllol I I.-fun" I Ilio I 1ili .1!n\ of .Int"nl'. .V I' DON'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATEDYour

..1.. ..1 i'lort.ha. aq.ala 4rn.n4y.le oil)9CII FOil 0"1| ,.".JU ahaII ( > I 111r. nml, tlli thJII""H. If aa laY tln\ ,

HKm 1HH.I.HS l lfTbnrca hl" 10 b ho- ,lot ,1,1 I I of 1,, I t.q, ,IAolalahsttotti.ati

Kntmtr nt 1.1..le *lo.rlrr- IT 11 OHPRH"I. That Ihp defendRntn r>f h n oar \ on .,1< iHtnti', ,''"- ..j>;
I.rMahSr.. l)l.trll.mril '".wl: Thoman R ) shs-, Iho ... 111 Ii. tiiantiil lo .,10?
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1'...all |- -r..... h..vli K C l. .. or Icaaaiat Allison. AllKUntu C. <..r.on. I'lkeA (100.\0)" 1'01.. Mill T Mill t IKIIII? III 10 HOI1I.. Ollli I. 11 "Dodson's Liver Ton," Will Cleai Your druggist or dcaf soil you .(

?.1 .Id K.t t -i llr.I Sarah .T Av >rlll. StephenT p-ahia either )pi i "0010 ol" |,,iHolicHIIPBB CO cent bottle of. Liver Ton.
"ou. li h..r.bno- .Xldrlch. 8 H Hullorlt "'r ? rtiihe. -- labor. or Hfrvloc \\ IIM, name, nB O.iimtv Jinlv '
antI I tn< you. r"lJ Liver Better Than Calomel
tlfli-d and n-dulred to .iire...nt any : Helen O Rennett I)r Rllln, to be fixed by I | t nf the ,',"n'" nfonsilct, '" ''h''ls thi7tl> Sluggish under my personal guarantee that ik

claims and ili-mantlii which you or Hroffden.Vllllnm 1*. n,nnclt. WllmotCnrrlnjrton the dlr.lor. at Oil, \- nf Ii ltCCiiObat't. .X I 11015 'I will clean your sluggish liver better tbaa '

illh.-r of \ "U. halo"I".t the .-fitHtoof a. Charles r> Ute ofLciola II I> Arthur K nonedran. Empire nasty ; won you
UHlc otv. such 2- 4t founlx Juilui'l 1 alec.
( CouiitJ:: norld: t.. the unrtfirBlKn Land (Oomnnnv a cornorntlhn orfcnnlced the ,'nlu.( of .. Calomel makm lick; yon lose a and you eat anything you I If!

,'d KXIulor itt bald .-"181. within under the lawn of New Jernev Ellaworth ",'r\'I .. In A 11111 t.. I\ 'OlfH. ''''1 iTi -: I Jay'd " from the date. .l..reot.> Trunt Comp.ny. a. corporationorganized b" conclusive 0'O. ii!-: tI. .:.1"1In I
two iinti'il .,.c..nIter 2'itn' l eii of Iowa RH all parties.. ,' I ,111. it nalixaten. ; calomel irjnres )"OUI liver.If guarantees that each spoonful will start. .'

1.tntI I TON.I.HPHN.. Klliiworth. James Korrent. John The nUlhorIE. :. I (ourl <.f ( oun.> Jfl.le. Ctstc ofIn you are bilious ; feel lazy, sluggishand your liver, clean your bowels .:
Kxorlltor i'InnaryJohn Klntnery. Olrard TruatOompnny '""",' and pnid &d;
qR... < "Klitrliln.. Mifiln t oiintp. all knocked out If bowels
:a corporation organized 1 under times and upon your .r straighten you up by morning or ,

MILL TO QUIET TITLE the nf PernnvKnnla. Richard dillon as the> rr K" (noodhart J. Herbert (Or-en James \VWunheii determine; and deeaaseh. utomacli is nour, just of money bak' .

In tMrenlt ,f the ".. ... ondl- Jamea II. Hu hf v, Jani4. P.HuKhey from time to Notice I. 'hereby given to nil whom Dodsons Liver Tone instead take Dsn'? Live TOie bau. it U

.,' rial (- o.r tfc. ".Ce Everett F. Hall and wits.Emma stated, In the It mav concern, a I Chandler, harll14 calomel.Dodson's pleasant tatting sad toBn't or j
!. aBd. for 4> ronntr. I. Hall Oeoricn P'ral Holme*, us AdmlnlBtralor trheW.I: ofKhodrlck sickening, alivatlnf( grl

+r' 1'4 ('IANC'IY Clinton Hal.1. JncloonVTIla Tampa That M. Ch ndl.r, ..R..d. will Liver Tone \I. real liver medicine. I. cramp or make them .
( n.... A "orporallonnrllnl..d A 1ID >. I am selling millions of bottles of- 'I
loon" I. I.e.h. Comp"n1. alon Its on the first day of l"cbrURr1. You'll know It .next morning be

"*\ Tenants,,I. ConhuflOottoplOi0000V. . Efwa.." V.of Jackson Florida,, and I la)to exist ;: I (I6. apply. County to the Judge In itnd for.T.siiiil M.Murphy. caue YOI wi wake up feeling fine, Dodson's Liver Tone to) people who have a r,

" .. : If : n-orire W.: K'prnln.1' ... MclKlmball The bualncaa "rnnntnt hIs ofNcc In Klmlmmi In ')your liver bo workll. your headaclic found, that this pleasant vegetable, liver) ,

'- Y. :Sd .?5\V'2"ln: ?5KVihrrlnr" torah Simon. <1 'I"'r.L..I.h....*Ilnnnah!.. OMcLalnC flll-. Hhnll\li-i--Pr.-Hldiiit In- ..'.Iu'. I ) .a,00ll'.'., Io!! t'i tin.unt\i-,,)' In IN nilinK lIar,1 ,ni.,itt., i in' i .I in a I.I laO, M ant li/zincnfl and ..11. .olr Kiomach You medicine taken the place of dangerous I

I I.. rrnrellmpo.m. ilvinrd Mnrk Tl. Mltinlrk J \il I. MWI't how". regular. Buy one bottle "1. I
I '..I..n anti I nti-r nnil "", Ia- mil ri, .,iulliniltt" 5' II m' piililliI (Rlonwl o my sn. .
hrr k.iIiiti. anti M. I. 4>.- Mliert 1'rrlll I Rntmirl <' 1.r"lnl.kH"I'rl 11. of not 1 I.HI I ? .I pllv.ll.I a I >< ll'I till f.lll.mlMtf. 0 .I."h-? a I feel, 'like wnrkill. yo.1 In. cheerful Al your ,I

hnra nh.l M. C'. ....rn and 'I. C'. '' I r. H.nrv p.lI"n H ..I 11..1 Ih) 0' hno-i'hoo i a. ,...1) (-Hlati Mn is.ttil ( 'ount\, ,I I; full of cner.ryigur and allui HOl. about Iuaranto
4 Ist.rn. and '"I. V. ....rn ta tan Topeolt Tl Vnliit ArrniinnhI'll 'Iii a. I lots .1".1 I \ I \"tI-o.-l' '| n.1't < i <.l III,. "nt, 1- I. .
"*' I.. lisInRattIt and Ioo..r rl< liiti, HI Not ln\rll Ar"hlhnl A Illllllt-ts ill /HI (1201.1 ii I 1 l. i "f SI I n-.n, 7' i-'S I nKhi -

hi"p.l>... if .1. l.r mnrrlrd. anti ."- I'inrson.V H, Ihlll' ,- lion TIsop tn, | |" :7.: "vlII i'f I'liii-i 3:1: Ea.1 I

thnnlrl 4'. llrtnn anti >. < iirt an anti lloilili! 1t.,1lav{ ln\e- tibIa? 'tiitintivI or II, oflli.-H I li'NM :1! .oa, . I, :i-tnohIa-o' .l-t 1 a, .
l.lli-l. M. 'I...wnnrn4l and 4 harlrl. li. i-in ja..rnIl.av. ..rtnira-d: 1 linger tin l.iwitifKililllilo ilent .mil Iln 'It, .ni-i. t.on ,1.11 n m,,' .>T ,, .lot, ,nun, nt
anti Mnrr A.More . II II 1 Cleorve T ,,, .
rn.l. her hli-l.nn.l. HI'hlr.l. t Iii.- mi 1..01.TI" 1' HHllllll
..' anti her b....l.nii.l. If nbc ".. ''tniHitnrMra T. A t-ntllli Am.I. rnlli.\\? i tiif : \\ :ipl'lll! Itlllll "II In haH ll Upiin i FOR SALE....CASH PREFERREDThree

.rr..... anti Mnrr *. Mnore nn.l her .I.,1|I. r John A.roa.aII Tlikill' .1 ] ".. Ill),a- I'flilllu I thi pi f llnii ,tin I .>u i'a ii If ..Hr ".. mn rr"'d. W. li.l '\1! "". Ir 1'oh'"d) AI7".I. llf till CoMlp.ltM; I III tao Illl I '",al"I I II IUliteil

l l..rr nn.l M. II. "..... anti \\ atn..nI \v.\ll\I I ft ,lath I i-nih I nf ." Innnil thnT Hhlll I.. o1.1. oh., .1 o I \ I 11.,1! t :Hull \ 1 li 1 1:1: ) : of :
Lots located in residence
>. More end W nlxi.n II. Moorr nnd . h"h" \' i i mil,I i i il, I to a"p."r i In I InIilll nfllicis of Kill! II' W enNDiiit portion

4 harlrM II I.roNa. **r.. anti ..I *.rrNi.nrlnlmlnu .. of roiitiil.,mil. ha. r.I"r.r., flliil? In 'Ull at I llfl I a-,) 1 \ .\tlni.JniMt i atnr I
thin ititiHp on in In tin17th dm' St. Cloud Florida north of railroad within
Interratti the .nil- fOr' .t 11! I Hom.ii,in, : ,
thin Illll .lr...r''iei ,....I.r Ihr anil, of In 'n"ii ii i' lilfi I Chili "IIH I I'linn, u i-I; <>!-. \ ti ION I'OK 1,11-

nnmr.l llrMtiiin.lrn4M. If Ihr name or. hal IT al!" FI'HTI" I nHI'FIEn.' ..1 Thai for T'lt .InhnMm.. 0'1'1."" \ '1'1'1.1. "I Itt "alt- easy distance of business part of town. Shade
olhrrwlaet <
ie.eaat.i. or ,11 I .
any f Ihrni lir < l"hIHh.,1 ,eta I'" t'l .
.iIeitOnhitflN. I.I"hl! rOHHI-"" I ,1.] I It) Ita.mtlnntflhIaV '"- ,nil, i.a rli of H 11),d i '

.if I'ul.llvnllon... \' CnKitte I MI "'|'|wr pulillHlnij\ l .1 illi..otoorSat Notli.. Is hii.liKlMn I I ?Ih/I I Iln. iiiiili afforded by pine timber. 75 foot front by 150

.r..r ITl l \Y I i.VcriiNloir lit .Ih'' 1oo'hats- ,Illil, HlllteITNrS ?li ? ' I I-'. I.I li-.
TO ALL ( I ,1".I.r. ..1,1 ssohi.' 'in O tin I I" d." "
from tin' sworn Illll of \\ mv hanoi anal, the ami of .I. ,1",1 li.iMili'.l foot depth. Plenty of room for a Home.
lttt.tIOflI 1111nl) I iual\ .V I H a. 1 I'M"1 1 .i |>plt'i I I .
( ontpiittyiI. filed In 'Ilili. cause Hintpi snlil' -i.uit.' thin oth ilaj of KoMinbir ilnv of ) l a of tin. H'1 Hi- of 1,1 loot halt, at IIIM. iilll,'!.

thert' nh'.v .r'I", ''\ 111 Hi"p.opprM 1'nr. Court . I In I the yt-a r I !lh Ill thitit \ .r 'I..IItIoaosSoo': I"1",101., fnlI Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.
jnoK.-il In till" .,tiI. olhirthin ntn'uf R"R1 ? .. I
I I 1.11'.1..1"t . I
J. i : II I'I"H
Ihp I,Vi.. n U.'Fpoii.l.-ntH. nn.l Hint 1'f\EHITHF.T. Tin pioi, ., : : R"M.d.I,', :mil .iu ii.5$0tN Into at

the naneq tit' "".'h ,,., ...,. HO 'Int.'r.Hted ('. "ll'r,1 ," n"p""I"" I hail'ti- (.. til, ; ) I) 'Inillj pi.lllli,. ., ,ooh <'ill )pill III. Ullili'l, tinniiiili. -

are iinkni.wn In tin- "''111'11.' ? i-i ('unl %'. florldaI10CKPR fin,. tin m, a ; of 'l.. Ull.llilv Mm" iV '. I .
,, & SIMIT1NCiunpl IIW -- -- '- -. --
. nnil' Hint rPllif IH I junMil In fin iinHlnti nt a? \ .. ." lit-I, l I"I, ami
Hill of Pomplnlnt; nunlnjit; anld un- :ilnnnl" a Solldtom 47Rt7OiI ot II' ) i : tin fillMliiK ihiil.i anil ,mtliliHi.f C. CARSON President. N. CBRYANSecrctry.
: : : 'I'I : \ :: .
I : I
know it Iti'' '''''''' of lli.l I Ida. w 0 I Ini'nt )pol .itmii, IH .1 lull lu.o miliiiinplitt A
( i-: ai' \ ITI.KTI4I
oTtivKnnn That > I'Olt I.I-.T- \\liUh
IT : '" or "It ii.px) Ih nilLinil' "
liI'TIIIIF"IF 1,1. .
nil 11'r..tH In nnd to | 1':1' 1'1'1'' : "I I'IC"'_ \tiliil I In Hnlil1 \ ; ,IM IIIIW Illl III., Ill till' nfll a'" .f 'Illl- 1'ii I II ,

the folji.w.ln 111"1".. ,,'h), in'op.rti I IMIII ''11'. I, tin I \ i.f :st HI I "r t In '-lit.I nt a I I"'I In i I Ul.iIt

.. In Iln. Ciilllit\, of ....011) mill ">, Till, lllhMCHt thi ".0,1,] 0lt of'h I .. ii.aI 1 ,a'lata' 0' ,lIllllllL.Hi. , [ The Waters & Carson
.1".11 alt Is tat-a .
ii I. that tin ,
ijjiill fi'i, tin
.f riol i 1,11. ,17 I 1.1, hnlilllti: \ linn ''" ,1 U\ li\\ )piiliInnllun -
f'AI. Il 'Hint, PHil of s'.rtl.inR Thlrlvtwo I I itt L ,III ll Mill .1 pill h' til I lilt' I"! \ ,- I tint alto at 10005 lIt t, | nf llilM ,,.1, .

mill 1 'l I 111"1,1'n I I I TownwhlpTwpnt of I a i-I-at of I- li.ililn, \ IM I th, "nil), 1 Illl I a I t\.' 'hmiH,inl, I ) 0 I I' c: \ \aNIt: :uI
""I,I II I .\ l I'> I I'l a in ,
I fir
Unnt'i TwinlNnlni ,1.Iall.n I I i iI IHI :I
\ MM. Soiitli .,1 A 1.1:1-: : .1 I\111':11
,' 1\1"" Ninlli nf SliliiKl"Cn.U I I '.l, t I I' ..i Pot' l i '' I"'I ..' illli \- -. Tinn a Tall i s ,n 0 ? a I li I i I1'1"11
1.-1: rnut nf tin- 'iMin> v I I V ( ( IIF "tat "" , !r tl.i. HlhH' I il'llKf, Ii J
fi.llo\liK Ir"p"d ( 'I.r .. ...1..1'-' I 0 'II I! \TI'"" Grocery Company nn II now runs \\illl' I tin Illlllilnl .\ l : a ill" I I.IU.l

do npp.":' In HIP f'"p1.t'anl UI1V rieo tins I.een of Inroriiot Illeil In' ;illmi tin. .fiflln a inpi: : .,i f i.f tii i i ,\.\ i.a.iti.hi: ,.' I"h I :'I I'al,111: \\ , .I"I." -IMlkn, il. 1".1", ..,"tl"
I It.f..rnthe .. ,' . aos'0--
.f ill "
of In r.'In ) Hll IK tla'to-' lb I ho '0 "i'o ,
fnmiiliilnl 7lh ,\ of \.... 11.,1'.. \ I" 1''IBel : 11- tOt ry of State nf Ih. Hilt. of FI'I. J_ It ",,,. Kill I \ '0ito' .'IllHllV.K. 1..1.I. .I fat. I Ii. I'lllIM.HI ,, _
.1 It I In IM l-t: \ V '
HnM Hill ..
... In ilin POIIIHI of liw' tin I 1 II Hllllt HCh.itliH a ) III I In iillllllU .1 .IS pollll. "
of (-.tni.l Ialnt wili"' I:iki,'li !>H roiifpiHi1 en viu.Kit'isic I : \N.I'AT / 1111(4.1 I Illlll. I .111.1 .. III :Ito I',- Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES .
: I.
.. l I.\ nil fiudi, \nrll..R ."I'I I 1,1:1.' rHliar.. c llVNH :of III. Shaol; Of I 1..r o. :I'UH, IllillloI ,- -

A ".1 It IK r1"h.r oril.Ti-il, Hint thlOi. ," l'tt I Jolinsti.ii. tin' fin' unit loll. in. ". tin. .t ll.rl.ll-
,| i. I... , R Illl I aSIg.oaaiurt'ao. IIII'M Illlll I till, ,IIIIMIII, i. H ..r I I.l' )1"11.I ." .
." ,.,1,1.1.,1 wi.Ks In HIP KlHfiliiimpo I | > IlHTJH: < ir' S.U-TII I nf ss Illl, ll ln-o OhIo"
l i' f m. I pi \I.I..f 1.-
Valli.\', 4"li7ilti n w..iklv I''IHI'1111'! CiMI'\S\, J I Il! I : ;!;; ; < I.I IK'. ? a,.' 550. !h. ,I' I'1. ">io .t.I"'

n.uMinpii, ; ,'. p"hlqh.,1 nn.l of K"iicrnlrlrililnfli.ll TI. ,., I ,',.h l >' 1ISHIII. I attIitoocl 111- ( -I II I .\ I : I : ; Hint, II 1"1', '"" 11,10 lOt tOO la'h iif liii,, ., .I".-

"" \' of oceanIa. 1\ tou.thet .f,1 tin- 'plilniHi' | Oaf 1'\1 0 .1 I". Hllllll, I I a nn.tll"I .IIKl? I I"a I Illl" h.-0
In eiaiaaitig d uinUl, tilt I.HWR \ .
) .Illllll, IfMluiri -
hi n.h st,, nf rionllnVirNl"tf I IIul'l""t ,ll I or till Hllll I.rpoi lllliill
of Klorld.x
.- \ : I Hi.. "I .Timns WV. I Arl.-l 1. Slate of FI"I< I of I I., 1,1 rs 1'ileiil' ai" toiillnu" HiI <
HIP KiiliI, Conit. nndrnv I I Lw
ikltia, lit, P of
I Ih"l'.or anti 'tin' oftlilnl The 1111111,' nf this loipnrntlnn l slinll I CpvinM' of ( -, .\ .. 1 Tin ". of tin ( nlpiil.i-' O ( /0"
nniin ns 'I.pI hoe SOI'TI I F). )J( I I P.\ .4' \ 1l.l-: CiiM .M.I.IKiM: \ I. lot'Flo.. Stool' ,I
nnlil ( "rl onrrtft 'I \ Tn T000Io l '
ai-nl nf I lu.II'
rll'll fillS' I '.\: I. (itllKipnl "iffli-i 1,1 pIl'- Hi?: IP KNl\\'. Al .hal, 2 Tin. .il oflli'c nmlprliuliuil '\ < .
the 41h day, "r Nov. 1".1 I .
llf Mllllll) ) I III hat tia.' V f
J I. 0 IFT. hl"II..H" \ < iitr.l islirin I il ofti pi.K e nf liiMins it thi* 1- WE SELL: WE BUY: 0
\H "I'IHITH, CourtJdHN"TI i-..slmtnio. t(.e..I. r..unl\a Ito tin mull the I.otsss I i ni ..1"1 In. In th. oatS, ,of ffff .
nATtUHTTM "Irul state of mnl I. lniHH. shill 1 loll In ,,? ,, " ; 1"\0'. ( \ of ( i.. oil),'. :"lit., < <
>V I l h. oniliirti-il "ilsi,,ha.. i In tin Stall' , : I"H..II". I.n.mlf ilin lr", HAY .
I K ITU lit Tii.
\ (* titi.I, I for rmnphl".n' r.-1l ,,1,1' H .I f |")1.,10.| | < < (
.t of I 1.1,1.. 01 In 1.1 InKalis! anilCount . 0 J U I I I I laotS' .Blalill-ti I..h, ...II. i 'il? '.Iln i HIDES .
I thrniiirh aU, a.-l'a Hi HInaiiiliiH 111",1. ,, ? I I' a < (
Pal tio'
I iv TifF 4 IIM i IT ninr' 4>K TIIKSM .. ,'" or u1lii-r\\lso. UK i |11"IIIH. fl, Illll Illlll I ll' on GRAIN I ( .
n""d nnil I
\\tll kii.iuii <
\ FIht: JI l ,. < IH"IIT4ir IK or roti> enlentArllolr i ."liVl'flp . 1 .
. .. UI' ,.' H I'OI.4M .\ may nii I. .1" Ih. lmllIdiinlH 1 Tin 1",1",1 i I ..f \l-t. tao ffff ( FURS
.OU'H''H y. I I In lillnlIlllll. h ha \
cut I II" oh Hi. "r ni' > FERTILIZERS .
>< l-Hl 1.1
< "I" IV 4 I' The irimral tiatun of the Iaoi'tlla-eat hag 1"1",1 "' 0 I 10.' UNltldi < <
in" ,ttfiini-HSI H tn I I... 1.1, haniil I.., a nl itni. nf II", WOOL ..
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"':. 4-oM- 0 tI "?now .\ 4 Th.' K in"
vrst.i. % iI !'IO' ((4onipanIH nn follonTo .1' "hill, ) ,l.i <" .
.' l he i Mt-nti-d lotoeIttt'M. uf Ibis i "i" l"n ill-.n SHINGLES ( I',
,t Y. n pnrp.rn..n .r."I..d un- breed' taisc. Import export deal lhll I tot-rain ill Mlll.-l.ll, 0-llll'- .tllll,'oiotIohnW I .
too' 10 AND
II .11
.. the Inn of 1..1.. I In ri-ttle: H h eeu,. liorHeH. IKIKH, anil domiRtlc fie., ,.IK) \ \lItaIh tooth) i nliiiiili-Hli, .11 I UMlii. "-. ..imlitlii I
t omil.lM..'. ahd ll\4Hto.k of I I. .t
anlmaln .I XX ?'& 1:51-al m\ I .lnll>' to ilo a nn'i. .inllli ,"ml 'InU0i.ll ORANGE BOXES < .i-.ii

, .. kind nnd to carry on a Kem-ral nt Kin ;n ..-. () I llllsllllKM? To I .tots I'll. ,11 alOt.OOS.1 i ALL .' '.. i'\\
, AI.I.IHOV, irr.Drfrnilnnt Al... IiimlTo 1- < -
I" 11. and agricultural -
1'IO stock, (trail 11K on t ihl. rfje H'h oat till. llllHllll, Of 111.1" II I U IIIH K ,,. ,IiluiiitB I- ORANCEWItAL'S .
_ n. n. 1915. nlii.l. I"' .iml 1 o-jail' linii.'il.IB 1-I ffff < ,
.. produce purrhase... mil anrl deal .. 1'xpoilirn: too Ta.-lholI: without: ; ItinliHlloiiB ; I COUNTRY 4a
, The complainant filed. a the farm and daIry, Nob 1 l.oMM iif pioilmtH\ nnil, ffff
h"Vlnp I't\ rS' n I to i VEGETABLE CRATES I )
.y..\ hill In this that 'r"Ilrr fromls nnd merhan- lallv i.f olaoraaol't <
A "worn rnune. "l"Klnl { i. luiniliBi lout pq"| / I' ffff PRODUCE ,
: It believes that there are persona Interested ucI'd. or innufnctured JHYRT&n,! tit \ no's, oboes Mini ,\\1 I pi tunIPlrlmllnK < "

r In the property Involved hereIn from iiuch product. : Alord..y" lne.... ..mhII"II Ion mnl CRATE NAILS :I 0 .,
. whose names are unknown to It. To carry on the liitHlneniv of wholesale i WhltlKoortB linens. Hlll( TlOtlOIIB IlllIIIIIIB ffff >

: and. hAvln"claiming. demanded; Int.r..t.. .... tlord.r\In the nroperty and allparties meat meat and products proluct.r.tal. and dealem to to operate op.r"l.In meat connection In eon-and- NO'n'M..:11 OF I'Nn.".(' Kxtlli. u*lln,01k0'rt'hh.'fa.-falirlcB and coonsutniatlolt. of nil,gloaS l.kl"....To uriiilns 11,0115.hold miiim-. I < 0< 0 0 0 0 0 0 + 0< 0 < ff < I << < < (. + < : < < < < < < + + .., '3,

, . under Theoilom .laulhhr houses. .tock-I "': clothing anti winiIIIB -- -
'*> hereinafter F. Booth d.o..d."" Rllphalet N. yard.ther..wih r.nIt.. TII facluriand; apparel deal of every In description Tn We sell field and garden seeds of all knd. \

Hale. manufacture all kinds and food' .. of boot And and 1 ,t
t Bada-sr . Orrin Joshua maintain JENKINS carry on thebusiness Wi give special attention to fitting camping parties.
and to operate And (
of them or products : and
or under either shoe makers and dealers to manufacture -
No. 1SS1.
, .. 4."A.4 and all parties "I.hnlnt an tanneries cold storage warehouses.fertiliserfactorlf Ice A.cate D. filL has buy ..U. lirioMt And export Free deliYr in city lmit.Pone. No. 12. : aWe
1' Interest In said property' the plants, ft canning factories and dial In boots eho.- leather and I
office and Ask for and
factories and all pric*
and other my are county u* *; a'
j. landa .t atP In 'Osceols., I, .County, bulldJnVs neeele for th. conduct of Tax Deed to varailsh I.ath.ood.and. of otlysr all kinds hla"klnl. '' al'nt ao ferbler. artur ,. .

I I ..r ,;,f _.* !. ) .,. : .8_ such other (law. Bald bocTts or le.the.'a.t.preparations on .femlzr I j .
or I'
+ 1 B" or"UW" f {.N.* Jurcb.e ., ,, ollns!e . o{.
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i paper Js not a democratic newspaper,"H908-00 ?_'___ _*..________1 5,250,000: )give The this 'Information. as prompt.. corporation defendants. \>y 'reason: of :
COUNTY LEGAL PRINT-- or it least it announced itself as an'', Av.. Price Total!; ly 'as possible IIi' SEEKS AID OF' COURT tii.. failure of the aai 'corporations-
when first Season F.O.0 elect officer or appoint agents and
independent politics : Amount Boxes Yours truly J
.j' i very that such ornc,era and: avents. It electedor j
ING IS DIVIDED UP established. bas /not,. so far as any 11109-1<>--1.84': '8,174,000; 6,100,000 j. c. BIAM, appointed., are and have been for a

,one remembers, e\tr changed that declaration. -/ 1910-11 IX1.G5 7,590,000 4,600,000 Ass't GeJ1J. Passenger Agent ENFORCING DEED period: of nix (8)) months next before '
In fact if memory servescoirectly 1911-12 __ 2,31 30,405,350 4,708,350 the laiulnir of'nnld writ absent from
(Continued from page 1) the Htote, and Hint officers and
it : such 8
has hud 1912-ri
one) opportunityi __ 1.116 16,925,756 8,125,349
afternoon mission statements! were i when a re/nlblicatlon/ ( ticket was in the 1913-14 ._ 1.83 '12,354,476 6,761,080 COMMITTEES WORKING E. L LESLEY OF 'THIS CITY rents',It jl i thereupon are unknown.ordered that the said ,j''a
made that an offer of a compromise ( itself in 'SUIT RECENTLI'FILED defendants and each of them do .
field two years ago! o assert 1914-15 __ 1.43 14,175,544 9,571,314 PARTY. TO appear
had been made in order to split the favor of tho democratic ticket includ- -191516 to end defend complainants' bill of
betweeq the two i -- --- -----?? -------- j |N TAMPA TOP OKCE I I complaint, herein tiled I on or beforethe
county legal printing votes to in the county commissioners, but Last year the exchange handled FOR ORLANDO EXHIBIT! KAILKOAD COMPANY TO COMPLY Srd dux of April. A. n 1916 and

papers and thus win enough I I failed to do so. At least so it is remembered about 22 per cent of the crop in the WITH PROVISIONS 01AGREEMENT' -', that this order be published once, eachwa'ek
-s give the land company organ a portion i for the space of two (2) months
here. This I I
1 state.
of the work. After ''jij year they hope to have 1 odor to mid .day In the Klsuluirnee.
of other conslderlnR'I I'|i Another amusing fact came to from 1 IK5 to 80 per cent. The exchange The work for the Orlando Fair ex Valley (Jarette.ordered '
a ', light AFTER the action of the commissioners I I has been the salvation of the hibit from this county is well According to the Tampa Tribune, 1 and clone' at FeL.nd thl.
t appointments came again and it' organ. tilt 4th day of A. T>. IKIDJAa I .
up Jany.
Commissioner Bass who first for since the land company i i try an.d should handle a much ized and under way. E. L. Lesley -of this city, 4s a party W. PEHKINS,

f was started to leave his seat for the jury organ was awarded the partial per cent of the crop indUS-I, The womena committees for Kis to a suit recently filed there in which S-fit .1.Meti.ltEi'OIIT . ,

where executive cessions of the'! official designation it was openly rumored i I Up to noon Monday a total simmee are as follows: he seeks to force the Tampa Northern .'i'Ui. '
room OK : ( OMHTION Oil'1.iuIi
fj board held. At this juncture of on the streets of Kissimmee i 664 cars of grapefruit and 7,952 cars Needlework-Mrs. N. C. Bryan Railway and Crenshaw Brothers & 1 krizls II\\K
are i that the editor of the land company 'of oranges had left the state a total I chairman. Saffold to comply with the provisions RtKlxxlmmrr. I,

the proceedings were interrupted Gazette'bya | crgan was seriously considering 'heannouncement i lof 9,61 cars of Florida fruit. Figuring Preserves, Jellies eac.-Mrs. W. J. 1! of a deed made by him to the railroad .. I... Htatr nf Florida
of the r
Valley .
representative '' t Ike clone of himlnrim lcc. .11, IHI
) who asked that he be heard before the of his candidacy for 330 boxes to the selection of official the seat on the board now held by i, of 3,173.280 boxes of 39.9 per cent Hand Painted China-Miss Frances / Injunction proceedings against the I It eMourrrnlIjiiantt ; ,

matter of the Chairman an Leg- I I i Mr. Bass who was the sole active of the estimated crop: of 8,000,000 Bay, chairman.: Tampa Northern Railway and ..Cren ',.>ti, Hint I:,tut\. I l..,",Tina

lev paper recognized was taken'tip.the( repreHentati\e and member of the board in advocating boxes. Last year nt the same time I The St. Cloud committees are as shaw Brothers & Saffold were begun il'
I the naming of that paper I: 2.627( cars of B-ranefruit and 2.B27 follows: I in the Circuit Court yesterday by. Attorney I littli" I.olinH iiLid Ihsri -

allowed him to addrenn the board I cars of oranges hnd been shipped: ,-A Board of Traiin'. _ .. -- , $21 R fiAR.1I ...
t Attention of the board was called to total of 10,1129! L. Lesley of Kiisimmee. Mr. ( llilmrtM .- 1 1,14r..fill
GRAYSTONE HOTEL cars or 3,606,570 boxes. chairman.Ladies'. I Lesley 1 Slat. )'i liMM .fltxl :Miinlclpnl.
f the fact that it was with I siirpiine : At the same time'the crop was estImated Improvement Clu-Mrs. D. I is seeking to enjoin the Tampa Northern I 11,1., .. ,4,'.r4't I It fi
t that hfe learned that.. (\he board was at H.500,000( boxes but turnedout C. Thompson, chairman. and Creiifhaw Brothers and Saf- $ "' '1
considering the appointment of any UNDER NEW MANAGER to be !I,5il.I"0: that at this I I Ladles Improvement Club-Mrs. I). 1! fold from using the warehouse: at ,''lllllKllIK.. ml J I FI>.IIII"lllltlH. a* l'aiuuattu.t- \ 22.\MfiU

other paper than the Valley GazetteAttention --- -- time last >'eai,' :177! per cent of the 1 :Miss: :Madeline' Mill is chairman of Twiggi and East street formerly "th. ,' l B."I l I''a'l (> f'.Ht.In .I"

was I'HII'dlIHO/ to the fait I'I't ' JontInue4froni page 1) actual I crop had been, shipped II. Xaicoobsee: ; exhibit and is actively owned by him, for any othor purpos ,-. I ". Tl ',nl I in ,ill"ii't'
that the Vallev Inyette, 'e asking than la"l.: 42.1 IM 91I
-- 'at fi
as eight .
said to Vallev di7ettc! oaclitJ- work. depot , .
!! a repi ( Mil KH iinil l"hum f.iiMi '
JN nothing moic than other counU. ap- ,, live : ETTONlECETVEDBYOWNTY I :Mis' Wool 1 TITICT piesident of (heMiuijrle I The property was .sold to the lailwav "I I " I i" g "th. i i '"iMh I I ti.'nit* fi i'iI rt:
i I.: pomtevs lemgnilion |II i of ciuesi 'I 1 to /1I"IUall1."d/ with the ROAD ; Cieek I Home ncAnonstiution twnpany. in 111)b\ '\ \' :Mi. Lesley, '.IINll KM u lIa II"I RH't.: l 9H
.. '
i,' well-iendered I the tttiitinuume. t i of einoluinentK. thiough, \\'. I It Fuller < iljnlv I .Hill llt\I U 'iltilllts 1 1.: 1 If. "i 1 Iriii
people, of K isaininuoo." I \\ ant> t IIII'm to will appoint a committee of women a tiustee of a
ui.I II,<'111'ncil. I It \MIS recalled : feel t that tIll' ( ;"II' t one holl.1 I" t1i iiilitituitiOli. BOARD from Shingle Cic-ek to have
t that the otlur l puhlxiitionMIK( > I inl t lIem, to fc I free --- of I the exhibits from, there.. deed stipulates thai the piopeity into .Inlillltlrniil

j..-, not in the newpa |K'r IMIMIU-.s 1'1'1-i illlHMl 'I at all III""' 10 'hit .11... to n.e III<' liitel ,- ( ( 'ontiniK'd' f i'(im 1'iijrc 1)) :Mi i-s :Mihhod !L(" >' to Ioot (Osttulil ('" lilt V fI"> any' ( ("c nr1mtt"e cl Idiot, .nd f<>> 10 uthei It 1 .iihi* "Pun.1 I t t '"'i iI ,,'TIii
lit. tlw tIll' antI it > ( for Iho iiutomo- puiposo/
po"" I hilly. p.lllo' s I lh<> (' Mion t I of I tlu (1 i'-tl'land theMiting I .. ._
thing !1st- ' null"nl to tlic'pimilc ",11'1.I I "10 .1 ii. II ll K I Iii. I-
< < :( ( 1.1 .. used
." | ,. I 1",11'0" lIe: I".d, "hithill the fair was several sears! us u ,
Scuiiiole; tI h. 1'o'I' >III m".11 I gli 111 -; <>t--I'OIUH' I ( ) in bonds to build | ( op | *'IH Hill 'laM'K I' till I "I I MIlllllt I .
aff.n s of I llx- land '" 10 l11a"_ I I". ho.1: 1 a p..p"I'. ", I the van I lI'phalt' to the lie\ai! l I: ut 2 n' lock on 1 eHiiary I Ihlii 1'th i freight" depot I 1-11' years ago the I ; (. ,7a ll( l a. I'KSllH: Xtllljl;: : I
& It!\ ( ,tnlpl, ( fillip'> Ill\'. TII I 11''m' ;i 'In :'Northern not In 1"II-,U 1 ::;" :, IIII
\\llh lie tloi, I 1 nunilie's of lhc K''MiiirneeI1 mint caring to use ItfOI'
1',1 t /IK.with oly t tia\: '. lit Kiint\ I li'Hnine foil vile. four in- I '. ... ,
ml'.WI"'J.W.I't I ral, l lu, i f,"i t'II"y i'It'l| this n' II 'in I I I "1111' 'it 1.- if Hi
[. : . the (ti owns) "" ( .1 Just uiuV.\-. 1'In( s 111 thukiiotool| Iolltt"e." ...tI I \\lth I i-il\ its i."'I",V\ >ix conimitjte lit" m follow pu"pco an}' longer, loused t I"'"i'' :.' "II.
t>d to I th p<"t'''otuil ,11 lli.< tun-- ill-I 1 up( | //,1'I I lai,.\' '-iatJllr i I i ; u,If'I ph"is foi. niakin 111) <' -aim iiiiltI n\itil. '1'he /petition aKt> -- : I II I. M diiucJens :'II. 1 II. Alexanilc the win'(.house t to J (the po.luge'i film iiii., .I '. i"IU i a ",I a S "I I"' j". .i 4 ' -,
!: on the 1n"I1I"'I is of t the), IIOIM: .1! I hthat I I I *.i *hli I M 'h.h... i 't'.I.' .. j
lug 111111 .ii. (1,0111-, I (I I tin !'lIildll1gand! ) l lffl i .ilK oi' a "spui rout| to Nai ('(>(t"ste uflik "i'. 1" K V The /petition, tiled jesttiday sets lao ,
\\hih hal l ,1.lllIal..d 1 u I : i'
ni.pajx( / i ."' \ MlluMlo-'l' It i I* l.ltl 111 till; I i ,. mil ci,H.I]I. TIll'I petition had: 2'IJiirniitiiK I -- -- filth that Mi. I is the owner' of " ,..._,1..1'I 2I
tlll'1nI' i 1"IIIIal1t) mil I iiauurui i "lout 'to I Iu to '' louiist of fn..1101.1"I' the i.thii,' liiis I :ttIIiI.i! ., ;hI.;] ''''.' 0 ""
'lIttl"lIl1'n."I, I , > I I'll' 'll.nis -t "in :iv I'1:mil. s elite s in diI -- )pioj.c'iU/ in i pilhho.-J1Ood.
l ofI( log' ('ommoimc':illh like ( ,Ki,pola (11""k. I I'l'I/ I no lit til- if (this ''nisiin t tiKt I l1a nit..1. lln. legislation li-t( G.A.RsPOSTINSTAllSOFFICERS am] I it i is 'uppospd' that ho will take? 'I'..l .11 f.llf'.4'

: "-.- '('i-iin :uid liu'.t. ;pi:ins toin. how171 \otciv. ill t till' d'stiKt" "i) the po, {:01l I hat lh other pion"(itvwoulil
It also siattii) tnat I thi'
county was 111'1111011' ..Uc-tln: I f ;i'ay' t""l' hut' of' t Ii.. ;,iointlltll 1 hat I 'il :.ppiais I tb..t!. n nmoiitv of t tluot I 1,1' cnhincttl' I in value, if the i. I..r.. i 1"1..1.1. ,. ( '.niiiM' ..f"" ti
: leIUIItIiiillt. for a I Itjral( : I 1'111' > II]In llotlls" \\1' wIll I.I I ."I ..Hi.iln.ih I f.i\in FOR YEAR tcini-I i,,>f I tho cl",..l wendheied, I .
: veilthat i rt t sboiilil "iiji.u' III .1 in w si \\ I Ml'l :u II r. 'I"alfli.|I i i t \ > i is i i in to I ;I I'.. ill,, K \\ ,i\ I i .1.. .r 11il I II .
tinml I lot lout i'. ii in...t/t i,U., I to,; i at I i'i' t to tho of tin "i iiiitiiui iif tluli paper, of genual, (',"'ulallll". i in ''11'o lillilt i > '' intl': ) I 11 i "itt I .. I .1 in nu'i'uiruig i i : : \ of t tinbonils, Th..1 1 I tliLlion -- i'mil oa :T 11.1::: t It. :ni I.,'i.. I'' :"?: ;:': :,:I l- till Till ' .
'I., ounly nffcxtid. Unit t thi ,, t'oin . ( ...10. O. I II"wlI.,1 I i I. -i t r MI 1 ., ii I I'I' ,,,l i,. 1 n I. t tI ;
I'ost N'o :;
:T\ In- .
ofrulation alI '. nn\\ I to t pljui' in a\\ nin/.(' ,,I'\ i i I I'll'! i oof .iu HI' I\| In ,Ida. nijriud I hv: Mi.lI / in( : woith I mm'h moie (than that not \\'. I I.l.l I I I KI I Jo; \ \ I"It I .l-.',I. I
\'. pan01 cr mas not geuiiu( that in 'I ,f I"I'n I of 1 t till holl'l 1 :i Illl': I to I III':I"I lilt I i tv .I"'o-t 1 I \\ ho s.uii iht a till or out' '- ( ;. \ I K:., 1 ''c'pui'tmi-iit ui I I n'ul.i) In.Iall.d I It t C. ..lit !1i:1: ;> fit ii n 1 witfK, stucl" c\- ".:l i.q. Ti II.' ,1, .it,.I 'ii in. M I I. I I. I ..i ,I.-i
I in ''II \\ IIh pottnl plants and| fe.l'h"n: ,1111") of tilt :l'--("-si'(I llllltlOl: :> of tillioiint \cai onidru < K .. distance' of KID( (/ i
t'I its ct n l'1luti"n'u made" up pi iueupal| \\; I ,di\' afollows f.t : I I. i : M,iII:1r: I : I: I I Il
h'n) laid anil tin, otliiv i 'it this distiutIt :
1 11 (rs \ i i epi I ("-en ti in :\l. I' "I ,.
I 1\' of llu' peopli'' in Si ( loinl, I those in ii i "
/ ork i..."'pl..ll'd.! i'11 ins and i ta'lc') will, 1 t had IKIII nt ciulcd l hy the ('ouIII..1| ( 'ollll'a"1; a' tii ( 'u--nei comni.indci : 1 I he- petition filial, liMi: I ,u. Wall doc"I -- -
other ho had
stalls bought
t, the Seminoli I mid A.piopeitvfrom I I\' '\ I; 4 1.1>1" I 'HUM
( -
t (' those who ml to t ti'nlei, to. the lad It., of 1 Kiim u mile. of sand-asjihalj! ostr the lill) ".\ I omirMiidti, ; ('upiiaclem: K Hiown iiMit, 10h'. I I.c.I\,. I He i-, "muclseeking "I li-uI I :
ment wiref '
: (. mpunII' Iui.i' nixt season :i-, a pi..i-e uluiet . 1 Hill I tol't\\'n.' Ki-sminic: :mil Si (lou,! I t i ii i ii i1(0 ('om lilt title I', ( 'omi.i't!' S. tilt otik'i, tiiat: will foibiil the
f prospective huy..r i In the I 4 ..irl f Ihe *...-nl.liitllilnl b
c The board would I not Hit t tinquestion t th"y only' stop ill fin' a cup of tea inthe and bids. winask. (,
hut upon red l iifti-f. ,'noons, \\ln-it I I thein ihold. \\ ct-i. ails ''I \1,1, for and only out' ;, T.I \ail O I. 1 D.; ( nrmad> I I.. \1. Wil'linms (the piopi-iU, foi' m N othcl I"ii- 1".1"... i.. a.nil far In........n
I 1J icln u
I i' to a secret in M-sion open/ meeting to consider' this appomlment aft.i, maui pal'Ills i :1n,11"1111,| function' l >idli' l jn"i' c'litcd a hid at tinmci'ting O: ( ;i. ; Cmtade, J. II. Kbv, Q. pos' t thi'i, u' u> a fi" Mght) 01 1111"Ig''r i i I I IMIIIO In' hniitrr) .

o" with those of eniploycs. I II' of all sDits AuiiUliI in'mi-lit of t'u' I :)Mond.n '1'he liddii was the'!' AI : ( 'onu,' ido Th" .. I' outs. surgeon ; depot ,' llnnlrl, I'. I nrlton.

op'nlngof this featuuilI. lie latei ( l'uldi'OI'k... ompan\ ('('ml'ldl'1.1 II. Toiler, patriotic in- I .....
What transpired", behind the doors of . "..r..h lIere anti .i.a.uin, ........... her b.-
"I 1 ask that the of loads in Lake J. II I.
eainesth l pi-i pie which is mm building t"III't" (" ELy was appointeducljutant iiii. ,1.1" '
ti the jury room iH not di-linitelj) known i. in 4 I :: l 111 1.1: j iinil. nnil. ":. '0. "...".ii lanai Minnie
but it is Raid that there was some Kissi I imee aid ole i in makng the hotel (.ou nty. the 1 bid! was lejetled by the In ii... I .In.nil. < t. sr.rnh liiillilal, 1 I >l.,ritiin. III.. silt.It ...
the that it should )In and I the < I..U or 1-lorliKl. In .. ,ll I.. ."r'" II III .1 In tin.
SUCeS4 ( ()unty commissioners" as too high, After the msUil'ation: ceremonies mid for l> "Pf"| | i I i K I "
rather warm talk and that ('om mlss- ; ... . ,,, .
I best efforts that alwut K")0() for mile ) .. 4 onnf> In I .HD. .?. iaI.ii\ a- uiit.-ii "iinI tis- tilj SitU, .ih II -iIt.
nledgc to lost $ the
my purpose the entire, to ..
ioner land membership adjourned
'y Bass stood out for the company I 1.,1. l i Ii>< t I 10.10.,1. .Itlll fMoruun
I from the first declaring ." I and the bid. being a full thirty cents the adjacent hall where a tine dinner I - 0 MOIUHII iitnl, Mlnni,, (. lilM
organ _
- I Il -.1 I If. II I ,-.l,.f.-ih.. nod' In ..
higher than the price paid in ) into 'iz' tin I 11 :ir
; ( that it was necessary for him to secure ; was served bthe ladle c of the (J. ,. .. . , .
kind : I; Skl| I) I. Sklnprr. V. \ Skliprt. II.h of I Ih'lII 11(11 iTr MiaI.ilH of I 'thihti
the help of the board in thus favoring GOOD OUTLOOK AHEAD i Lake county for the same qf A. J R. There were se\enty-five pres- I J. I. 5iI.-rO. and ". ":. Itobrrln. I I stall. of PI.H, I.In ,,,i.l tl t ha- rest
the St Cloud Tribune. His loud I tnt at the dinner which was well- I .. ,I .Ii.. ,..a-- of 4.nh. I nf tin. Hiilil' ,,1'f"I,,,,'.. InuITaklis

( \ "political necessity" argument won CITRUS MEN THINK I prepared and well served by the ladies lurlila (.omerri.I 4 lampaB;. a 4'..rpornfloBt I: :1 II: Iii; *' Stilt.n'; a t lid of I Fiarilit.nut! : t I h ii-H4 I IH ii t I'no e 4)f.irs'va Nil I,-

for him and the land company organ ; CIVILIAN CAMP IS ;. Jnf.liH.....Illc.. "ln"|*H A Krrrn4 i' I.-na upiii, H would him th*. staId
\\ liallway < cimniiny, a rorpornttff'Bl ,1,-f. n,laiiln .r any 0114 if ( them and.
I a compromise as stated. The ladies of the GAR. also installed .
I ... , .. t
Thi iq.aia.i. 4 onipanr' forInnurnnrrn t hat ii-I h of staid 1 rendnntn IB ov r
:I A rather amusing if not sas+Ua-j (Continued from Page One.) officers during the day as follows om l.Urn' and l.r.nlla. I h. "or" nf t w ent \. .one .\*.
\ circumstance in connection with the I Prices have ruled much better this OPEN TO KISSIMMEE : Mrs. Mattie Porter, president tnnulllra.or|>oralloni llobrrl J 1 It IH thtrffnr onl.rt.d that sail notir -
I, I awarding of partial honor to the land 1 year and there has been no slump :Mrs' Emil Tatman senior vice Mrs.; d..rd.. .... frm.rtm. ... 4....1'... .. l ..defendant' l>t.. and they are
sole| .ur.hl.. K&r4utor, of the Lnvt her*-l>v rtriiulr l to .iipp. ar to th. Mil
: company organ is the fact that the I since the first of the season. Less i Lucinda Latta, junior vice; rMs Jennie Mill ..d .I.<-.(a....( of Jacob Kdnard <.f omp-nl" nt flied ,In ....1.1 <'a"..<> "n or
\ .. cut-throat competition is one reason SOL'THERJ RAILWAY SEEKS Lowell, treasurer; Mrs. Mary .. defeaat'ds HoKrrt J. Kdwnrda.. hefre : Mnncla itt. At h tIny' of Mnrch
the fruit ruling is another, and It...... Kdnardi ..41 t.rmrr ... Kdvtard A I" 1915. ..thcrwin. .. the all*>u"tlorHof
green NAMES! OF LOCAL( PERSONS Tate Mrs Marie
secretary; Cosner ., rttlldr.B mmd Molr ......r..C- 1d bill will !10,. Ink.n HH cofnpd
the short crop another. The follow- I INTERESTED:' IN MILITARY AFFAIRS chaplain{ ; Mrs. F. J. VanDuzer, patriotic .... nt iaId Jacob Kdnrard. ArrrmmIt l hy mtid d..f""all. l to.
ing table shows the crop of the state WHO MIGHT ATTEND' instructor; Mrs. Mary Ells- . It I. further ordered that thin order
BRACE-UP for period of htirty h.. ).uhll.h..d once a w....k for H (htronnecutlve
a years: CAMP AT FT. OGLETHORPE wick conductor Mrs. Rockville
; It' appiotrinic. from the return of the week tn the KI.Rlmm*>e
Crop of Former Years. 6 A. guard. nherlff upon the ubpoenaa la.u..d In Valley' Uaiett4- ncwBpnper publiht
Output the abovi->'led catlap fur the defendants In cold County and State.
the Florida Commercial tone and ord<-rod In )Klmilniirte ,/
Season in boxes
Ll-Ver-Lax Make : : If there are any persons in Kissimmee under the laws Florida this the 6th day of January
1884-85 _________uu___ '500,000 of Oaccolo county in general who DELAY IN BRICK CO. of Company the State a corporation of Florida; the Jackaonvllle. ;- .\. 1). 1916

You Feel Better 1885-86 _uuun 900,000 would be interested in the proposition -, Tampa & Key \\est Railway J. L* OVERSTREKT.Ct .

: ; 1886-87 __________________ 1,260,000 of the holding of a Civilian Military Company. a corporation reated and ( Ct. Seal Clerk Circuit Court. *
under the law of the State \Vm H. Jackson.Shackleford
\ 1887-88 _._______--________ 1260.000 Camp a't Ft. Oglethorpe Ga., PLANT IS EXPLAINED of "'Ior'fd.... that service of process can- I A Hhnckleford.

", 1888-89 __:-__?_.,_____h_?. 1,950,000 where citizens will be trained In' the not be had agralnst either of the said Solicitors for Complainant. 88t j

) : 'I'hat tired feeling, dull headacheand 1889-90 _.,-___..;_______... 2,150,000 intricacies of warfare, here's. their --ke 'I I, \

lasting grouch are most probably 1890.91 ........_._._.._,,. 2,450,000 chance. Although it was planned to begin ;: -- -- -- i. "' "<

I't t due to a clogged up Jiv r. Now, don tt 1891-92 _____________..___ 2,664,791 TheSouthern Railway has written the work on the erection of the buildIng ..o.--. .. .. .0 O 00 10 .... .. Wf

; make yourself: feel worse by taking 1892-93 _____,_----,------- 3,457,507 the following letter and the Valley to house the Tucker Brick com

nasty disagreeable calomel, but clean 1893-94 -______--____--__ 4,163,849 Gazette will be glad to forward the pany's plant several weeks ago there I IOOGQGGaGooo'GGO

i out that bile and make yourself feel 1894-95 nuunun- 2,808,474 names of those interested if they has been a delay due to the fact thatJ. I .1 Classified Advertisements t lOr

brighter and better generally by taking 1895-96 n__ __ ____ _'__ 147,000 I will notify the paper of their interest: M. Hughes Sr., the engineer of the

LIV-VER-LAX. It acts safely, 1896-97 nnn__ _ ___ 216,579 Editor Valley Gazette Kissimmee, company, was detained in the north. I

I. surely and pleasantly, and is made en- 1897-98 __ _ _nnn. _n_ 359,960 I Fla. Mr. Hughes is in the nortn superintending H . d.

tirely of harmless vegetable material. 1808-99 __ nnnn. _ __ 250,000 My Dear Sir: You are, I am sure; the manufacture of the machinery OGOOQO '

,, LIV-VER-LAX is guaranteed to 1899-1900 __n_ n n- U U- 972,589 familiar with the Civilian Military for the plant and because; this ,|

give satisfaction or your money will 1900-01 ____un ____ n__ 1,350,700 Training Camp which was held at work has not been finished he will remain DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. FOR SALE OR TRADE-Forty acres

be returned without question. Insist / 1901-02 __ __ un n_- 972,589 Plattsburg, New York, last summer there for some time. However, Tiller. !good citrus land seven miles west
;.' on the original beating the likeness 1902-03 n __ __ n nn _ ___ 1,465,306 : under the auspices of the United work was begun on the saw mill, of ughman. Land all around this

; and signature of L. K. Grigsby for i 1903-04 _- - nn n_ 2,961,195 I States Armn, which was a great success ; which will be a part of the plant and FOR SALE rtR TRADE-Automobile property selling from $35 to $50

t\ sale here in the 50c and $1 sizes at 1906-07 --_ n -_ --n - - 2,899.390 I and as you probably know General the old mill of. the. Kissimmee Lumber I in good condition. Can be seen at an acre. Make me an offer for

1 L 'Osceola Pharmacy. 1907-07 ___ __ _nn_ uu 3,793,126 I Leonard Wood. Chief of Staff. U. company is being put in shape. Lupfer & Prather Garage. 47tf quick sale. J. Rouse, Kissimmue,
.' S. A., who is very much interested in have also been Fla., R 1.'. D No. 1. 3-4t
-.------ -. _ __________________ these matters has decided to establish Arrangements -
-bring logs here for sawing. FOR SALE- Four mules; four good
f' '. .0000000000000000000.000000000000000000000000000000. a similar camp at Ft. Oglethorpe work mares and six Shetland ponies Two lots Lake Shore Addition; beau-

Ga. The first camp to open Monday See J. W. Miller. 2-2t tiful situation facing Lake Toho- ,
April 3rd, and to continue to Apri FIRST STRAWBERRIES nekaliga Ideal spot for a winter

SEEDS 30. 1916. FOR SALE-Six-year old mare. Address home.. A few minutes walk from

I It being understood that if conditions J. F. Niswonger, Kissimmee, country club house. Telephone and
\ warrant other camps will follow SHIPPEDFROM Florida 1-5t electric light wires run by the lots.

\t Send for our New Annual Guide just published. this one. Golf course on the cpot. A bar-

instructive those We have been requested by Captain WANTED-Good,: ccw; alao laying gain. Apply Valley Gazette office.
Especially to
: : intere.ting.and Gordon Johnston Aide to General The first shipment of strawberries, i I : hens. Merrill M. Miller, R. .
just starting into Trucking and Fanning in Florida.
Wood to secure the names and ad- a crate of thirty-two quarts mad up F. D. 1, Kisoimmee. 1-3tpd FOR SALE-Cash preferred. One

dresses of three or four representative Clark Howell and S. T. Fansler
by ,
block of five lots in south of !
RENT-Six -part
FOR modern cot-
Gladly sent for the asking. young men between the ages of, the principal strawberry of room I .
7 growers town. 250 foot front, 208 foot
I tage, close in $12 mon h. E.
who ; per ,
30 and 40 are prominent
'. say, years this section, was sent out of Kissim- depth Rich muck soil adapted to '
in their communities E.: Wells, Real Estate and Insur.
Seed Co. Plant Fla. In all of the larger respective towns and citiesin mce on Wednesday. These berries ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn ). banana or truck crowingEighteen }
{ Kilgore City, went to the Atlanta market where it ,. inch fall to city ditch. Make your .. ..,
the south. is understood they brought sixty centsa
Ii' FOR SALE Iron-Clad incubator, home pay for itself. '.
I When these names are to quart. j
.. think his intention practically new ; in use one hatch.
Wood I
;; General it is Both Mr. Howell and Mr. Fansler For call at Gazette office -
particulars -
to communicate with these I I FOR SALE--Cash preferred. Three .
have fine of and I
crops berries expectto 2-tf
gentlemen explaining in detail the lots located in residence portion of .
t in ruantities
belC shipping large
.. .oo.oo..o..o..oooooooowoooo oooooooooo.o oooooor object of the camp and endeavor to next week. FOR SALE-Household goods of all St. Cloud Fla. North of railroad, ''Y
interest them and have them interest within easy distance of business
kinds tools calves
; farming horses ,
CITRUS TREES AT others' in attending.. :Mr' and Mrs. Frank Souder, of Chicago and hogs; must be sold by Satur- part of town. Shade Afforded by
1 attach hereto blank, which I will pine timber. 75 foot front by 150
111, are the guests of their parents day, January 4th, 1916:, at my home
much if will fill foot depth. for
Plenty room a
appreciate very you }
"" Mr and Frs F. A. Souder, at Campbell Fla. B. Garrett.. 2-lp
i RIGHTPRICESi out in' full I giving not to exceed fouT their home on Mabbette street. home. Apply Valley Gazette office.

names of gentlemen located in your LOST-A pair of gold frame eyeglasses "

,;i We sell the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Trees. as city, but if you cannot furnish as The new laW firm of Crawford .& IP! case, Tuesday or Wed- FOR SALE-Motorboat. "Onaway.
many as four give as many as you Jarrell, composed of W. B. Crawford nesday before New Year's. Finder 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat;
,' fine at can be found, at low prices and guarantee them against death formerly of Vans Agnew & Crawford please leave at this office 3-lt completeily equipped for cruising.

t freeze and canker. We mean what we say and our guarantee is good can.I enclose stamped envelope and and Lee Jarrell who has been associated Will sell at reasonable

as gold. Let us hear from you. will appreciate very much if 'you will with the firm for some time FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and very price.
Ih write W.
wagon one 2 cy. Buick In good See or W. Saunders SIS
has fitted up a suite of five offices in I
//t : South Apopka'Citrus Nurseries Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days the Citizens Bank building which rival condition !Rood: tires; must sell or Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf t

I the offices of legal! firms *n other trade at once A. M. Jones, P. O
1 (INCORFO AT Box 221. Klssimmen not
OCOEE, FLORIDA OINTMENT falls to cure any cue o( Itching, cities many times the size of Kissimme. only; moving;
I Blind. Bleeding or Protmdlna Pile In 6 to 14. . Convenience and order mark! just need the space. Full sized iron .
I The application( *.I ive. )ta..w Jl e.L Oct FOR SALE-A good single buggy Led Set best coil springs. Ladies' ::I
. . . . . . I the offices, which are connected by .a't.
... doors and each office has a separate with top and harness; will trade for writing desk. Library table, chair 7\
"- - -- -- -- entrance from the hallway. Messrq. anything I can take wjth me; small and lamp. Combination dresser and ':

Crawford & Jarrell have reason ta diamond gun watch, etc. Address wash-stand. Oil heater. Oil cook .1 f.
"Trade." care Gazette office 3tf xtbve. Small ice box. ..
feel proud of their offices and they nobby Eight-

are a credit to the city. day wall clock. Wall mirror 12x24. <-
THE. SMELL SELLS IT j STALLION (FRED-For Colt ser Set of Mrs. Potts' irons. Choice of .

The ladies of'the Hart Memorial\ 1 vice. Sturdy strong: intelligent 2 drop-head sewing machines Singer ;

LET US TELL YOU ABOUT OUR Woman's club have had a phone installed gentle, medium size, excellent con- and Standard Sell separately or -......:
in the chapter house for the dition. Money refunded if no colt. together and save you money. Call .
greater convenience of the membersand at !Mrs. Brady's apartments overtiValley )
: CENUINE PERUVIAN CUANO their guests. Another innovationfor 422 West Oak Street. 49-tf Gazette office. ;

this season is the opening of the
house each day from 10 to 12 o'clock LOAN OF',/ $2,000 :TO $3,000 WANTED -

r '14Pcr Cett't Ammonia, 10 Per Cent Avail. Pltos. Acid, 3 Pdr Cent Potash also from 2 to 4 o'clock to all who --First mortgage on $20,000 or- That horror of leprosy is an inheri. Ji

wish to enjoy its hospitality. VIsiting ange-grapefruit grove near Tam- tance from the middle ages and that

IF NITRAIE AGENCIES COMPANY ladies from out of town ore urged pa as security.. Twelve-room house this disease is less dangerous3' ,
to use this pretty rest room arid Miss 20 acres grove, 7 acres vacant 1,190
bearing trees. Clear title. Ab- many common in our country: ; t
who Is hostess will serve tea
Rogers ,
L ; : Be.S. icurj11e: ,. .:EW1a,. when desired. stract. W. ,7. FRJPP KiseImmeeFla. is the statement of a San Francisco j 1
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