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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 14, 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: VID00733
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: ,,' WILL $2,515 in Business BUZZING 'INOSCEOLA




FARMER IN TIllS SECTION OF TilE STATE MEETING truth and nothing but the truth.

HELD Anyhow, we have the man's ,
word for it, and as he is the interested


AGAIN MAKE DAILY TRIPS BEGINNING T. Kansler] president/ of the Kissimmee Dealers and other middlemen in WORK AND A LARGE NUMBEROF I now of Kissimmee, placed a NOUNCE FOR
Produce Growers lies written various businesses are organized into I small classified advertisement
WITH 'NEXT MONDAY. a splendid lay editorial on the subject associations and in many cases do CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES I in the Valley Gazette, which FICES WITHIN THE NEXT FEW

JANUARY 17. t nf "Being Tortoises and Sheep is business under pool or combinationagreements. HANDLED. cost him exactly forty cents. i WEEKS-CITY COMES FIRST.
Costly to Farmers.! i I lie came to the Gazette; office
This III titleVhiCll is printed herewith Skilled and unskilled workmen in this week to pay for the "0'1"' .

BIG AID TRAVELERS should cause a large number of cities long ago aw that self-prcser-! JUDGE MURPHY !IN SEAT Keeling an interest in the results -
truck urowersho are not mernliors vation demanded their formation into I obtained from our advertising MAY. TO BE CANDIDATE

of)1"\) orgar.ix. tion to become such trade unions having iron-clad rules. columns: we asked him if
immediately.( The organization; meets Their plight!: would be unfortunate did i I he secured what he wanted with I -

GIVES OPPORTUNITY OF C.OINC; : ; in the city council hull Saturday! ( tomorrow they not have this species of cooperation. ritKSIDINT> ; MAGISTRATE.(; AS- I the advertisement. PRESENT MAYOR AT SOLICITATION .

I TO TA1IP.II KKTUKMSG.: ; ) lit !ft/::10;! o'clock. I SIS'TKD BY COURT "OFFICIALS "I 1 sure did," was his repl y. ; OF
I The article 1 hy Mr. Funster follows: But yet we farmers-behold how I "1 sold $15 worth of nursery FRIENDS. WILL ASK
SAME We farmers rboul K is"i m nwe and like loitoises we are, how simplelike stock and was attracted to Kis- I VOTERS TO APPROVE ADMIN-
; ;: ; .IS A X. also throughout 'Florida hare !been I ( sheep) we are, and how penny BAR, EXPEDITE HUSINKSS': I simmee by an inquiry I receiv- ISTR\oTION-NO DEFINITE ANNOUNCE.MENT .

:NOI'NCED: FOH ONLY: TIIItKB: like unto tortoises( and sheep, slow wise i and pound foolish. COl'RT WITH USUAL': ABILITY. ('(l. As a result of a visit here FROM! OThERS.ALTIIOL'Ghl

\1N: 'I'II1il1I' HOPED) THAT IT I anil implc.! This is true of m-mly I .- It should have 'been written : "The DOCKET CLEARED OF A Nl'M-' I I made a trade, which i involved THREE
'. all agricultural communities in the farmei's dollar is the most cowardly I $2500.)() There you have it. That NAMESHAVE '
FOR( KN-: BElt OF CASKS LONG: ; 0.1I :
United States. thing in the world. At the same I forty-cent ad brought me in the
TIHE'lUll.. I Oil refiners, etc., have 'become prosperous time and somewhat paradoxically it I HOOKS. way of two deals which STATE TICKET.
: and !powerful I through oriranizatiun i- can be also said that the farmer's I amounted in all to $2515."

The Atlantic Coast Line local pus.sencer --combination. They .saw the dollar! is one of the most fool hardy I The January term of the Osccola- Mr. (;iilpin bi-lieves/ that jt | "Political bees" have begun to buzz

tiains, :Numbeis-; U7 and 2t, value I of co-operation.i things on earth. county court was a busy one. Although PAYS TO ADVERTISE. in a number of bonnets in Osceola
.' discontinued' I more than a year ugo Railroads have romhined or merged The average farmer seems willing the ss'suomm did not l begin until Perhaps we can help ;you, too. county and from the stead" hum
between Lakeland and San ford l. will, or 1 ol"'I'ul..dHuh'r I agreements.( I to waste, or to give away, or to lose i Monday( and was finished yesterday LET US TRY.BASKETBALL. heard on the streets of Kissimmee,
1 be -toreil on the 1 17th instant for I Power and I profit are theirs. Theirowners scoi es and hundreds and sometimes | attn nooll" evi-iy i minute was filledi l J I there will be plenty of liveliness about
a 1""lOd> of three months Atlantic and 1 operators t saw and got even thousands of dollars I annually i with work. '|political affairs from until after
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('oa .t Line officials huve for some 1 lietielits i in co-operation. I largely'] ( to those who wax fat from | Judge T. M. Murphy was on the the state primaries next June.
tune been) considering? the} 'iuesti| )ii of It has been written: "The most the fruits of his toil) rather than risk i bench and aided I by the court officials SEASON
opeiating t these trains during t theTourit cowaidlv tiling in the world i is a dol- I losing a few dollais I I, I j in co-operation and the lawyers of; the\ bar all \business The first political qMestion to be decided
t Season; t this question I hasbe lar." Yet these men of money nnd with his fellow farmers.In WHS (expedited.. As a result a locally will come in the city

-.ubmitted. to the Kail-road} ('011I- lit supposedly, are the 111."t'tllllld I brief, an article next week will I I large amount of I business i was bundled OPENS NEXT TUESDAY primary the which latter will be of held as usual
nn--om-i-,. and they have g\| -n theirnppuval class 'finum-ially among mankind have: indicate how and why :Mr. AveiugeFarmer's in the four days. Many caseswhuh duiing part March. So
been, iifiuul l of fort I far only the mayor's; office and that '
to (the re.itniation( ( !. of these. not en-operation dollar i is regarded as beingcowardly have been' standing oil, the
between the t luMnsi-K" es, and ha\e 'not hesitate] to docket for a long (lineere fiiufllydisposed / I of city marshal have received atten-
two tiainv I I points men.tioned and yet foolhardy. 1
of monlhsdlll"II'g" follow what they knew to l h. light.Thercfort of. Although there have been no
., the for a period after, \\hich 01 I gam/.af I t ion has added to | I In the meantime\ do not forget thatthe I The cases handled and, the result I' BE; PLAYED: BY HIGH l ; SCHOOL I definite' public announcements, it has
t tourist
enrnhinent anil the influence, of t Kissiiiimee Pioduce (1;rowers is 'I 1 been stated on the streets that three
,. time I the present schedule of :21 and I the in pach were as follows. TEAM: AGAINST; THE OHLANDO
the United Slates' bunkers. Physicians an organization that is trying to I I candidates, II. M. Breaker G. F.
'->K will i I I be resumed between Lakeland have obtained> for themselves- co-operative farming, cooperative I Criminal ('aNt'''. I HIGH<; SCHOOL AT BALL PARK. > Parker and Fred Bass would contest

and I Tampa.The J consideiable, ( favorable legislation and crop planting, co-operative ( I. C. Sallett' charged 1 with libel], COACH HARRIS IS AFTER THE for Mayor II. R. May's seat. Ib was
travel in Florida is still befoie considerably other benefits through organization.They i I crop marketing etc., in this section. ''case continued for the term. STATE CHAMPION'SIIIP.The not known until last night just what
lighter it was I The case against K. II. Crosby. I Mayor May would do in regardto
the European War-, but it is felt that have not hesitated to cooperateto Anyone who grows vegetables, hay.
[ charged with wantonly maiming an seeking re-election. When asked
other than citrus
themsehes.Lawyers grain
help or fruit ( ) y
furnish convenient schedules .
in order to first basketball of the season
animal of another was nol pressedand Gazette
visit thedifferent are organized into what for market and who is willing to pay a Valley representative last
so that the tourists can is somewhat of an iron-bound "trade i: the sum of $2 annually and who is a new information filed, upon locally will be played at the baseball night in regard to what he would do-
of interest in the ter- '
Tuesduw afternoon
points next
park beginning -
' ''union." They benefit by their mode willing also to contribute a little of which he was tried and acquitted.Jim Mayor May said:
ritory that these two trains serve it'' Smith, charged with operat- at 1:30: ( o'clock, when the Osce-
will be to the advantage of not only of cooperation.Manufacturers. his time occasionally and some of his ola High School five will meet the "After considerable deliberation upon -.
.4 1 1 ing a motor vehicle without a
the tourists, but the patrons of the in scores of hundreds influence to this meritorious cause, is IicC'nse/and Orlando High School. the subject and upon the solicitation
M. railroad to operate these trains during of industries have organized into cordially invited to become a memberof pleaded guiltand; was fined $1 of my maity friends, I have decided .
costs.II. Coach Harris has been giving his
combinations trusts this organization. to stand for
as many or -a re-election. I
The this resumption period. of the schedule of species of co-operation highly profit- Address P. O. Box 333 Kissimmee, D. Geiger, charged with practicing squad a hard session of training and have realized for some time that the

this train which formerly passed able to them and very costly to farm- Florida, S. T. Pansier, President Kis- law without a license, entereda believes that he has rounded out a duties of the office, called. for some ,
simmee Produce Growers. plea of nol contender, and was team which can win the state cham sacrifice of
ers. my own personal affairs.
Kisaimmee southbound at
through fined $1 and costs. pionship. The boys are enthusiasticover I but since friends have
my urged
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: q.m.
a.m. Cases against C. K. Lybrand, over I' chances and are preparedto
I me'that it is my duty to thus continue
traveling will be of public great in convenience this section to the of L U. ZIMMERMAN TO $100,000 LUMBER CO. George Berry with and W. L. Parramore nol ule.fight for every game on the ached- to serve the city, I have decided to

Florida. It is thought that approximately : I charged illegal fishing, were enter the race and to pledge myself
prossed. The public in general is asked to to further service in behalf of the

maintained.the This same train schedule gives will people be LIVE IN ST. CLOUD IS FORMED IN CITYSAM Kenansville Cases against and the A. Rosin State, Bank chargedwith of attend defray the expenses games, as and they help have the relied boys my building home.of" the community. which up.-Is

from Sanford to Lakeland an -
opportunity doing business without license
attendance fees alone to financethe
-with upon The city marshal's will
of connections race
nol present -
were prossed.
trains to and from Tampa and thus POPULAR YOUNG MAN AND G. RAGSDALE. PROMINENT The case against Frank bake, athletics have of the been schpol asked.and no It subscriptions fahoped' a three-cornered contest. GeorgeW.

to make a round trip on the same day WIFE LEAVE KISSIMMEE FOR YOUNG BUSINESS' MAN, charged with illegal sale of Intoxicating that there will be a. large attendance Overstreet, who has served the :'
\, without the inconvenience of arising city as marshal and tax collector for
I -WONDER CITY" WHERE liE HEADS NEW CENTRAL LUM. liquor, was continued for the ,
e t an early hour before daybreak and the past year, will be a candidate for
' L term on account of' illness of the defendant
t w7eturnlng/ home late at IIi ht. WILL ENTER THE BUSINESS BER AND SUPPLY COMPANY and defendant's attorney. .The local team line-up will be chosen re-election. Ills opponents, according

I; jr ". It is hoped by the traveling public WORLD, TAKING OVER. THE J, TO DEAL IN GENERAL BUILD' Two cases, in' which Harry Gasklns. from the following men Center, to" well-informed persons, will be Floyd
that the train will be maintained the K. CONN1 STORE. ERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. and Jack Skipper were charged with Cooper or Tiller; Forwards, Johnsonand Tison, who was defeated by Mr. Over- .
.: year around, as it no doubt will be, if transporting hogs without recording Jarrell; guards, Beuter, Carsonor street by one vote last spring, and '
the business warrants.In Bullock; substitutes, Joe Farmer Night Policeman Coleman Although
marks continued.The
announcing the train ,the.following -i Hundreds of friends of Mr. and The Central Lumber & Supply were Will and Charley Regero. neither of these gentlemen has openly '
r Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman regretted l to Company i iEi the name of the latest case against Helon charged -
letter was sent out by J. G. Kirk- with the sale of liquor, was nol The complete schedule for the sea- anounced his candidacy. it is stated
land, division passenger agent: | learn this week that they would soon business enterprise organized in Kis prossed.A son will be as follows: upon good authority that they will be
. leave Kissimmee to take up their residence simmee. candidates.The .
Editor, I in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. The new company is being incorporated similar case against Henry January 18th-Orlando in Kissimmee. other city offices have developed f
Kissimmee Valley Gazette Gaulding continued for the term. -
I with stock of $100-
are moving to St. .Cloud a capital
Zimmerman no contests as yet, while the seats
Kissimmee, Fla. today, where he heas ,purchased l the 000 and if headed by Sam G. Rags- Cases against Bob and Willie Chatt January 27th St; Augustine on the city council are still begging
Dear Sir: I J: K. Conn store and will deal in dry I dale as president. The other officersare charged with selling liquor, were nol I Mutes in Kissimmee.February none of the aspirants having yet come
I am very much pleased to l be goods, .furnishings and shoes. : Paul McKee, vice-president and prossed. llth-Winter Haven in forward. It is not known just how
able that effective Jan. The action taken in the
to announce same was
Otis Stevens and treasurer. Winter Haven.
I Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman have secretary I of the incumbents will
I many present
17th trains 27 and 28 between San- of Howard Ti with
case on, charged
made themselves very popular here I The new company has purchased I February 12th-Tampa Y. M. C. A. be candidates.For .
ford and Lakeland, will be reestablished -I 'the real and machinery illegal fishing. Imps in Kissimmee.
among a large circle of friends. Mr. estate building ,? the various county offices,
for a periutt of three months Zimmerman has been private secre- of the old South Florida Lumber I j The informations charging May- February 18th-Orlando in Orlando. -I while there has been much quiet talkin
the old schedule.I nard Sullivan and William Ward with
on practically same 1
and its business will be
tary to Senator A. E. Don-3gan:! and company operated some circles of contests. no avow
am not at this time able to give you was a valuable man in this position. from this plant, which is located -I illegal fishing were quashed and the March 4th-Winter Haven in Kis- ed candidates have come forward to

. definite schedule figures.In He will be sorely missed in the bus- near the passenger depot of the rases dismissed. simmee. contest with the present 'incumbents
publishing! notice of reestablishment Atlantic Coast Line. The information charging!: Plant March 10th-Tampa in Tampa.
iness world. Socially and in church all of whom are said to have signified
of these trains I will be I Tindall with illegal fishing was
very is into readiness ----
I affairs he was also active being Everything being put I their intention of Asking, for re-elec
glad if will include in it the at- quashed and a new information filed.
you and and if the mill will begin
treasurer of the Methodist church possible tion.
tached copy. I president of the Epworth League so- operation next week. Besides a IOn the new information Tindall was AUTOISTS HERE URGED In the state and county primary in
As soon as I have schedule fig- arraigned and tried, being found not
lumber line the II
ciety. Mrs. Zimmerman was' also an general new companywill June, there will be an unusually long
ures I will be very glad to furnish deal in all materials and guilty. .
ardent church worker and she with building ballot. According to the list as made
them to R. L. who charged with
you. Evans was TO ENTER BIG PARADE
her husband did much to make the supplies. up by the state executive committeeand
Yours truly assault and battery had one Epworth League a success. Mrs. Zimmerman as applied to Osceola county, the
J. G. KIRKLAND and the of
prossed filing a new
I is best known for her artistic upon I qualified electors of this will
Div. Pas. Agent. ability being a china painter of UrI FAIR EXHIBIT WORK case, stood trial and was acquitted.The A number of Kissimmee automobile vote for the following: county

It was learned today from A. C. L. I usual talent. She will] continue her case against Bert Arnold, owners have signified their intentionof One candidate for United States \
Agent Gilbert that the time of arri- work and have classes both here and charged with selling liquor was nol entering their cars in the decorated Senator.

val of the new trains here will be i at St. Cloud. I NOW ON IN EARNEST prossed. I automobile parade which will be One candidate for representative in
m II as follows: Mr. Zimmerman will be succeeded Civil CIUJ..S.Merchants one of the features of the big Five- Congress.Two .
Southbound-::40 a. m. north Syndicate CatalogueCompany i County Fair in Orlando, February15th
; I as church treasurer' by D. G. Wagner: candidates for justice of the '
bound-7:29 p. m. and of the Epworth 'ROOM IN MILLER-STANFORD vs. C. W. Dann assumpsit i to I'.Hh! inclusive. Prizes will be
League as president by Miss Ruth Clark. BUILDING:' TO BE OPEN EVERY damages $100; dismissed. offered in 'various classes of $50. $::11)( (Continued on Page 12)) .

, ; The Valley Gazette joins with the I SATURDAY TO RECEIVE ARTICLES R. E. McLaughlin vs. C. W. Bmns, and $20 for first, second and third ------
OFFICERS ELECTED BY hundred. of other friends of Mr. and TO BE DISPLAYED AT assumpsit damages; tried and verdict cars. ,\
I Mrs. Zimmerman in regretting their ORLANDO FIVE-COUNTY FAIR.B. rendered for plaintiff in the sum of i! In this connection a delegation ODD FELLOWS INSTALL
1 and in them $124.95. I from Orlando\ headed by Seth Woodruff -
wishing success -
THE BAPTIST CHURCHThe departure Robert Reidel vs. R. T. Butler, as- I president of the Fair Associa-
I in their new home. I B. E. Evans county farm demon sumpsit damages; tried and verdict !I tion visited Kissimmee last Satur- OFFICERS FOR YEAR

strator who, with Miss Anne Carson, rendered for defendant. i II I day afternoon and met with local car
in charge of the Girls Canning Club Eliza A. Johnson C. E. Denig, --
annual election of officers of FIRE DEPARTMENT vs. owners at the Hart Memorial Wom
the First Baptist church took place I work in this county, is superintending assumpsit damages; tried and verdict an's club house. In the party besidesMr. The local Odd Fellow and Rebekah '
Wednesday night with the following the matter of an Osceola exhibit for for $290 principal and $34.80 interest Woodruff were J. L. Gilefc, chair lodges installed officers last Friday,
results: I NAMES ITS OFFICERSThe the Five-County Fair in Orlando i ext rendered for plaintiff.G. man of the hoard of directors of the the Rebekah lodge!! in the afternoonand
J. W. Wilder clerk; Carson Farmer i month states that the work is going W. Thigpen vs. N. C. Raulerson, fair; .Oscar Lorraine, Mrs. G.: II. Ed- the Odd Feljpws) at night. Following .
treasurer; Mrs. E. A. Milton, as-I along in earnest now. replevin; continued for the term. wards, vice-chairman in charge of automobile the installation a banquet was '-
I II The in the Miller-Stanford Gabe White Jane II. A. McDermott served in the Thurman Hall which '
sistant treasurer'; Mrs. J. M. members of the local fire department room vs. parade arrangement; Mrs.L. at V, :
.0 ston pianist; N. C. Bryan, held meeting Tuesday building adjoining the Taylor grocery I assumpsit damages; continued. B. Fort, Mrs. F. G. Rush, Mrs. plates were laid for between 50 and
dent of Sunday school; J.superinten-I I night at which officers a selected I, has been secured to store the articles Lee-Parsons Cattle Company vs. II. Cameron Mann Miss Mollie E. Rea 60 members. '
were for exhibit and this will be I T. damages tried I The Rebekah installed officersas
ston assistant superintendent; J. for the ensuing six months. The officers room open Bass assumpsit ; and Miss Dorothy Mann. lodge
Jeffords secretary.Dr. D'I named follows: J. C. every Saturday to receive the exhibits. verdict of $155 principal and $1240 I The local committee in charge of follows: Noble Grand Mrs. T. L.
were as Mr. Evans states that he will be interest rendered for plaintiff. the automobile I Curry Vice-Grand Mrs. Elbert Hu
A. J. Holt, Rev. E. A. Milton Buckles chief Sam Lupfer, assistant the arrangements for ;
and C. A. Carson were elected delegates -'chief| and, secretary; Everett Cornell in his office in the Citizens Bank I G. W. Tucker vs. Southern Coloni- ;: parade is composed of Miss Mildred !I ling; Financial secretary, Mrs. War-

to the State Baptist convention, 'captain Bert Huling; lieutenant building every Saturday to talk with ztaion Company assumpsit damages; Lee, Miss Anne Bryan Carson and I'' ren Frace; Recording secretary, Mrs.. ,
Live Oak next week. i j Nick Smith; president Bert Huling; those interested in the fair exhibit. j dismissed. I !Mrs., M. Katz. The members of the A. C. Alderman; Treasurer. Mrs. John
; I I
The other officers and teachers of vice Will Walsh treasurer. I S. B. Aultman] 'vs. A. D. Zachary the Sunday school are to be president; Mrs. D. G. Wagner has returnedfrom et al.. assumpnit damages; tried andjury owners show a greater automohlle'l r The Odd Fellows officers aa installed I

II ed by the superintendent. \ apPoint-I Manager' O.' C. Pierce, who recently Port Orange, where she went failed to agree. I plan and others will be asked to agree I I were: Noble Grand. C. F. Thrasher

Lupfer, superintendent,,of. the Cradle took charge of the Graystone hotel several days ago. Her daughters I i[ to decorate their cars and place them ; Vice-Grand, J. M. Crafton; Financial .
'. Roll department. complains that since he removed the Misses Maud Alice and Ada Wagner I! Fredictions of a cold wave -w repent in the parade. secretary Warren Frace; Record
;The church is th roughly organized I I fences from around the p..rk in the who have been visiting in Port Or- I out to growers and others in this I Following the meeting at the club- j ing Secretary, J. D. Jeffords' ; Treasurer ,

rrL. .'Ia every department. And every defartment rear of the hotel many persons are ange for some time, returned with section of Florida bJ the Weather Bu rouse last Saturday afternoon, the A. C. Alderman. '
: { shows progress. damaging the hedge and lawn by her. Mrs. Wagner made the trip by reau. The Cold King who has been Orlando visitors were entertained] at Some fifteen members of the ,OrU
'\ ( walking through indiscriminately. He automobile company with Senator sweeping the West and North for sev- I an informal tea at the home of Mr. lando lodge were present for: the'I Installation '
J, Mrs. A. R. Haymaker, of Arnolds- states that there are gravelled walks Arthur E. Donegan and A. W.'Gustus. eral days, was scheduled to make a and Mi's. J. M. Lee. and banquet. Among the P,

; burg, West Virginia, is the guest of through the nark, which the public is trip to Florida beginning last night. visitors were District Deputy Grand ,.
.. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gilpin, who have free to use, but that he will have to Mrs. Lela Lemon, of Corington, He had not arrived this morning, but W. A. McCool, Sr., son W. A. lie Master Helm, of Orlando: District-
t. ..' recently. moved here from Winter resort to severe methods if the practice Ky., who has been the guest of Mr. leaden skies and a slight fall in temperature Cool Jr., adopted daughter Miss Anderson Deputy, Mrs. Eaton of Orlando and -
\ Home. Mr. Gilpin recently traded cf cutting through the hedge and and Mrs. Charles N. Paver, of Cincinnati indicated his presence was of Beaver Falls Pa. and niece, Mrs. Summers of St, Cloud also district .
'I, ''farm property in the vicinity of Sand lawn 1s. not stopped. who are spending the winterin beginning to be felt. If the weather Mrs. Jennie Smith, oGallon, Ohio, deputy. / j-
Lake td S.' B. Aultman for considerable Kissimmee. has gone' to Tampa to should produce a frost or freeze now, arrived Monday and are at' the Mc
'to.Iio Kissimmee real estate. They are C M. Barber, of Union Center,'wasa spend a few days. She will return' most of the growers have sufficient Cool winter home on Emmett street II. E. Cole spentTuesday in Wln"'l"

I livingin i North Kissimmee., ,. Kissimmee visitor Saturday. here later. / warning to damage. for the remainder o /the winter. ter Haven. and ikean4.on. business. -
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:;: MANY, -LAWS" TO HELP FARMERS STATE .'EJE -tATION--OJo; LABOR FLORIDA \ CLIMATE IS HEARTILY ;:; I cured should! for be 'tbe selected time, and'Is not the far land dlftanfwli .*:.' ,

Sixteenth ,Annual Convention To Be n a desirable tract e of land for th* >II

I: ; HAVE BEEN PASSED IN RECENT YEARS The Held.Promises Central In Tampa Iraaes lo .be'February a ana IJig! Labor One.lit Assembly F::: COMMENDED BY A PHYSICIAN building purpose of Will gfflpd be hard roads to and get.the groat The., .. 'l'

of Tampa has a committee at attention now: directed to the SUt' <* 4

work forthcomingconvention making arrangements of for the J br George C.Carton, of Lakeland,i obstructed by mountain ranges, and will BOOH settle up the most desirable
the Florida
In an address before the National I'in the name of the sheriff as trustee. Sti.-le Federation! of Labor, whichm..ts wrote the following statement! on this In Itself helps to equalize and I parts of the State to be utilised for a:
and Farm The bonds be registered with the
Conference for Marketmjr may I
m Credits recently in Chuapro, Myron I county cleik and made payable\ to I The there committee February is 1st. Florida's climate for the Manufacturers : temper the climate of Florida It Is ; health city and farm. \

T.;' Hcrrick, former American ambassador hearer, without imposing! and person I sorth of meeting in its with all Record: a healthy State, as the report of the I have Bpoken of Florida thus far
( encouragement work
( to France, cave(: nn interesting I al liability on the muker fof their 'i and indications arc for the biggest In a recent Issue of the Man'ufacturers '' health Department cf) the United only for Its winter climate, and want.

outline in the of different what has stale been in accomplished the inter I payment.Minnesota. adopted a resolution to I',leathering held.; the !state body" has ever I Record you published an article States will show In this central region I to add that the' summer climate Is it j

est of formers by way of legislation. : amend the constitution so aK to permit Several prominent Fabor leaders. j by lr Van Bibber rad before the 'of' the State there In no prevailing not undesirable. It Is true. that the '

The farm credits, movement whose |'Kthool, mid university! have been invited to attend the : American Medical ,'lAHKOciation Home disease, and the mortality' is extremely KiininierK are* longer 'than Northern .

simple but ifiunel: objects, orifmiallvwre ' funds to be invested irT fnrm mort- I| \, among: them President conention :Ul vears ugo, This |nrille lian Interested I low Thqt it is a malniious SUIll1l1'\> 'but there Is-never. the ex.....,.

mortg-aiririK co-operative: :, has hanking1 taken and on:")oiiirterhi such- "ttajresMississippi' memorialized congress accepted(;ompeis of and the will,A. be F ,of t.hcl'e18 L., who has me very muellt, \ an I have. country s<'em to be Hie opinion ofI : Ire UK'H of In-ill that Is found In many .

paternalistic i and nodalistic l Undoncics I to -puss one of the lulls nendini;: for also Se"f.tury-1'r..usurer John will W thought along the nanio' lines for a I I Northern people] even among some i v.i nn i'ounl rli-s, and (Ihe rainy sea-

thllt it likelv; will l he written in I luriil cic'dltH that proviiies for the Hajs, of the International' Typographical 'number of )"e'''I'S. I left a Northern l of the plivslclaiiM: I ha\i hear! HII1. which. eonji'H here In the Hummer
'aimers' aid 'Tl'lition of pulilic land credit hanks I
craze history Amarinej as the ( be-udwuv state has been with power to issue bonili (fuuranteedby : ublcs Union. Among other not ,I home, Minneapolis, ,. Minn, three SOllieot the old citlyen of I Ililn I plan1talk linn cools tinnlmosnJiere' The the use of the cash' and credit the U. S. ffovernment for raising, .Bent aie to whom President invitations I'erkins, have of the been Cigar >'<*arn' ago/; and came to Tiorida for of being malarious, but I haienever I Kiiif"miTV -'iiiihot hut it will always ""T

of jro\eminent and of special puvilepe money' fofa..m {. Mukcis I International Union ;the reason that 1 wanted a warmer heard of .a "II"" of hills and l fill i oo) in lln. shadand I rarely InP.'d. .

for farmers. I Missouri j>ass<'d a spuciul' ad iieutinir i'le-sident ( omerfoid und Secretary- ,plni/ 'i to )l\e. and a ilium! IP 'lo lUe In fever since 1 hah l e, n llin'. Pi'ojile di) tinI I Ihl' nights hot enough to
An/ona, haf permitted the P"'I1'"s a pDl'ln' land-crediL bank to lie I
Treasuier Ilunatu of the Interim thai. 1 1",11\,1 to he 11 healtliv one. will have then little, ailments "
of state' lands to be invf-ted ill faim manatfcd hv the t0\.t'I'1I01'; and other tional I.ngineeis, CMclcnt, Hutche iiutki' h"'I pin i' uncomfortable HO
moil state officials with I"'f'r" to issue I hail( practiced. IIwIIIln1111" surKCIV from overeallni- 'iinlnglinii, modes of II win
pa ires I son and Secietary Dully of the Unit ''lhat whll s|I.'akln | as a .
Caljfol'ltia adopted a resolution to tax exempted, state iruaranlced bonds c-d Hrotheihood l of < and for ::10! () -.earn, \sunti-d to retin of I jInj!*. anv' vh*'r<*, ii ml no i I 1111I11'1'l I lilt no
tlipLiitc-rs < I am sine one ran
for .ui..n. for fill'
nut amend the the slaet constitution to use /imlilic) so<' as funds to pel and ;. money in morttratfintr : Joineis Hiothei',hood Se-eietai\of Skimp, of the t I from practice and <'njo> the fieeelojn can keepsnieli" will s() thill dndini\' llnil<1 fault will] il an .a summer cllnivili -

credit for farmers, I his was beaten Montana has ciPatecl n department s und Dccoralois I'ainleis' "I In addition I'apeihangei lo thaI would follow that retirement Is lo blame It on null irl.i 01 MJIIH' ton' .is will. siinsitokoK lire unknown -

ao the polls of faim loans with the state ticnsuiir '- in .a climate whert* 1 could liveout ,dltion of the clmnltAnollii r f.illa
these theie! will !be
seveial I J piommentoigamers | l"'rI'' nliiih < ,111110! 1 lx'sul id l of
Colorado has permitted funds do as commissionei, and the countytieasuicrs and of doors all the ', around I in that It is 'Mi' ,d
('ity. state county ofluiuls j nr y a mosquito ,pi n
mod fiom (citain public,' lands, to .beII as lixal i'<'pit'scntuti\cR to | tin seais. ( failhir norlh, where theyili.ue
I Issue Itonds and niuke tllx"x'mph.1Iloan" and othei notables, that will hille\ed after having traveled' in ,country So'; far as (his ti.gion of ( Instate anil hot
in\'p tl'J in fnrm l1lurtg-'J" < make the severe1! 'wlnteiH HIIIIIiin -
Flol' da hn" "x'm"t..d :.11 f1'm and on fai in lands. opening' 'session u gala occu in'arl\ p'l'rytat.: .. in tin". t'nlon and l I Is, concerned 1. I niiisi saj 'ihitwe I .

I'O\'e "rodu.t fl'oln I he li"'r, t IX :\ "w oik has cieatiil, a highly sum made around the world have1 r
fewer lute thin
I Supplementing the voik of Secrctin liavhiK i trip ( \ nioseniitoos I
when o'f'n.d' for "ul,. "y ..o,,,.,.,,. liil\il/tcd' lax exempted land cuditbank'BNh I In 'oll..JlIion I will VHV that I wan
: ,'\ Haibiidgcand 1'icsident She., that this the climate of (Central Tlornl.i most an place I ever livid '1'11..1'arn I
;; p > ,
Indianll hll" jrh', tn "IJr:, ) lom und power to issue bonds I upon tbe for a nuiulii of v 'ais dean of the
the of faiin Il'utc.d aid committee-i sending lettelto would ,.s.uit bc-st all vi' few III..s ]In'riwhich I is
"a\'ill!!" u"elatlon' Ih" rrtvl"I! !" ofre'lUlrillj secimtv miirtjragc s all local unions ill the state m anclfoit me taking' rj ion iniiliial, ill pntlllll'lIt of ll.iniliiie, I nl-
th,' IIl1dllol' uf Ih" 'tilt" tu ( witli the state-'omptrulletoith '. thin* into consideration trary to the gi'in'ral opinion of :North: ,
to get out as bit; an atte-ndami, i M f-itv .is \\'JlII' oMI of tin tea. <'hlng
:\: Ihikota
serveas tiuste-e of I Ill<' film" moltp.ges adopt-il{ a ic-solution TIll'I 1 .ilo not think that lln. Individual, ), ho his, j
its possible fact this will beone "J'n "peopl" 1 Ha I d i 1 ol ( hiseits
siiuimir, their bondsleoiiria to ami-nil, tin c'oust ,it ution so us to I I M iff I w.i-- also dli.f of staff of
solution the of funds uncl 1 'I'.d'i of of the* biggest and 1 most impoit who is looking' for a pe'i, fi"11 climate I Is a fri'iI; .ihliiK; m ,m.iking this
G luloptid a r to !permit use c ant meetings, that t the state body hisevei 1 : H.llllal"is H o-pit .11. "hId h, 1 posit Ion 0J.
Bine-nd .the (onMitiitmn so as t to ('x- ( be slate in foiminu, ajji'li'ultui, al iiiordlni- to his stiniliid" I of a perfi a health}' pl.u'" to live,. ....
hi lil, that theie, will IKso many 1-1 I '11'SJMH d I In ('(inn' In I FlolI Ida< 1 I..rI" i -
: fiom taxation nil faim piodiiets. 1 1 edi,t nssoe' ions.
cmpt, 'lOt ahl,. alld that thi.d..I"al. i'I rliin.iti will i\ir lind It. No I like ,
1-1I1" " '( Ir \ui lllll i-s idi of .
Including, haled (cotton in the h .nds :South l">.ikota adopte-i) a resolution a ni.inv' ve.iis on t tlu talf of I ho
of the produce, .l.. Thl.w us appiovcdat to aniind t till' i'onstitut, IIYII, so ..s topeinup \\,11, al o I" In Tampll. lit aII I 1\\0 y i' us n ri i'x 11'11( > alike In am I lo I t ibllshing! in Iloridi,! u lnallh\' ill I V.I.IIMI ipcilis in llospitil and was .

the polls and n law ha .. b-c'n /passed the1' state 01 i'o"t 'ijVuous eoiint '- n", \\lwlI I Ill''" ,'a n "I a\" '" I Iw i'allt) \ so t that -in si.lei' if ng a i limatehe :Now that land 1 is In and! .1 i iI . ..
i .\
.lId 1 tin
( ,,,,,,,:. ..alla ( 'all"al; a'lel :-.ulh FIOI'101.1 | up .is .11-11 I 1,1' \.ar-.I mi i l ot( -I af fOt
aciordinglv' ( *ckoigia I h).*: also me t t" s to e'i'e'ut. and mainlail.l i in aliiiilit ( Individual who -.Kits a iiftainloi
to .' of t the' stems, foi 11I111-.1'(1'' faim lonns. I-'all' ..I'hlat'' ," l'OIlt' . III) utt"lIdaI1l'1' I lots of la1 I to hoosi,' fiom' a .I .. till \ *.." ,h 110'1>11.11
inoriali/ed ( ongiess |pon. . ,
Ihat111 10. U , ..,,1 hrl'ak- ,ilitv for .1 f-hort ttni In simlv ( hi I
stat<' aid bills pending for lural ( ,ledIts I Utah passed a I la\\ on < o opeiatiM II
land leilit lianUs, \ with > to ,'r. i llin it n' i'olid It ions and si i Ik.'- it doring I

Kansas now p"rmits ::1"* holde-r of I ( upon the secuiit\ ]iowc of faim i molt issuilioinlv 1'1", ....mlilt,,(' j, "" ,,,'illl{ "pli- a disa"ri'<'ablispill! I of wjallnris ih ._...... . ".' . ._."'h. ".' . hh. . ."'hh. . ._".'h. . h. ".' ._."' .......... .. ..h.. . .............. ........................... ..
in e v c"i Y mill giv'ing lists of de )legale, "s I.
n faim deposited, with the1Ktate ("s tiustedith the-' State TI'I''' i
moitgagc gag"
. vIlo will attc-nd, and nnloial union 1 likilv to coiHlimn tin* climate, In I :: :
tieasuiir.. to issu(' Uonds) ( "I.ti-! UK" i .1.
. . in ccnlial l>odnot, "lepiisented: ill hal loi.illty for all linn, while bis )1)1) S. \0-' JOX10SIIVVINI'OKI J (
tied! IIhal, eiflie; " to the ( If. t Ih. t \\lseonsm) leiililles, tile. ..iss.soi' of 1.1. "' .

the ,,eiuntv' i is ample .inel ,its title pv"i'- inionus, to ( irtif\" ' thi value,, of latin this" convention 1.(.tFARM. will overlook .1 initflitviroilll fin ml who saw tin. s.iine' loi'alit\ at ::: 1 1C >\\ V I K' "I H. VII 1::

feet mot t jrajri"s 1111-.11. I by Uiml\ II"HIJlIgt' a fi\orilli! tlmi hus the opposite
Louis]:CPU ndoptc-d a e'(institutional, ; ] assoe',i.itions, and tin Stile 'lie.ismi '. : CHIROPRACTORlKONOl :!:
\ I..wCI"r 'liaving, In 1-11 In tin' Slate
nmendme-nt aulnori/inK'! exemption ( to s( MS trusti e of the se i unties
from taxation (,t l:< nds improved\ for 'for the bond issuel| liv such associitions forlhrii, > i'ars. with. tin. ixiiptionof :': :X< I .l > 1':1: I !.II-I'll" T''l'I ::1'

homesteads by or for immigrants. I about six w .. Louisiana also] has enabled, the In tbe Isliinels 1 the- [ ECONOMY ] }
> owner Phillipine eoeinment \ :: :
I u"ay on business' iinil' 1 visiting i : SI'EI.\J.I I .I'| ON:'; :NKIUOISMI'; : (IlltONK! DIM:: VSKS
of rural real estate to issue lx>nds Agi ultural Hank has l>e"encreatc : f
up flit'lids, 1 am H.itlsht, I that the illmate 1- '1' Will he, 'in Kissiniiuee (Off") from '( to IJ: :.!U) I luesda> s, I lhursda
to (>0 per cent of the value as appraised 'd hy a spc-cial, atIn I
::: and Saturda s. X
of three bankcashlerR Porto Kico the Insular of I Florida will littler suit >
by a commission semi-public un I'
;' The only metliod! to relieve] disease, ,is to remove the cause this f
of the of whom I Hunk has been creute-d I
parish two by a special Individual run down In health from '
the Chiropractor does by scientific .itdjus'me-nts of the spinal nerves
shall be appointed by the district act for extending credit" on farm In an old report written in 190t I' >
almost cause, in which to upend ::1: Consultation und examination free. :I
Hr. Seaman A. any
courti The mortgages must be made land and to agricultural enterprises Knapp tcave out for I .!.
the Department the following- items a winter to recuperate than any other I .
I 000 oOO oQoo.., ., :-: -.o-.
of farm economy to be kept constantly State in the Union As L>r. Van ttlbber __ __ _n ________ __ __ __
before the farmer: I says, it Is a pen Insula acroHS
: FLORIDA LOSS IS GREAT "First-Produce upon the farm all
which the breeze blow
I ocean can un-
the food necessary for the sustenance FOR SALE--..CASH PREFERRED /'
of the men and animals employed upon -

J.J.1 FROM DREADED CATTLE TICK the farm," and breed up the cattle and other live '
\1 Second-Pay all current expenses stock so us to consume the otherwise One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town.

of the farm out of sundry products I waste products and make the waste 250 foot front 2O8 foot depth. Rich Muck
:\ > t ________ other than the cash crop" lands productive. Not less than 25 ,

"Third Never hens for a renter and 50 for a land Soil for Banana Truck
; By J, Y, PORTER State Health Officer. mortgage: the cash adapted or Growing.
crop Let it result in bankable money : owner would help, 100 would be bet

Florida's losses by neglect approximate mal, and then it gets busy sucking: the at the end of the season" I ter. Set a standard of at least one Eighteen inch fall to city ditch. Make your

the aggregate of its gains by blood of its host, reducing the vitality "Fourth-Keep as many domestic sow for every tenant family and' two home for itself.
industry. A bold statement-but listen of the animal However, the tick can animals as will utilize the waste of for everv owner and breed them pay

: last a long: time without food and if the farm and profitable consume the carefully and feed them well. Not Two Lots-Lake Shore Addition. Beautiful

All who know Florida appreciate it cannot "catch a ride" on) a beef animal surplus fodder and grain." less than two milk cows for every

the fact that its natural resources and sometimes on 'a horse or Thrifty farmers pay current expen family, the cows properly bred and situation facing Lake Tohopekaliga. Ideal

have just been scratched on the surface'and mule, it may live from three to six ses'for clothing, food which cannot be fed,
they anticipate that in the months without starving to death. raised, and other incidentals from Safe Fa'rmJngan; Insured living spot for a Winter Home. A few minutes walk

years to come more men and brains Once safely landed on the side of an sundry products of the farm other and thrift will surely l>ring a Happy from Country* Club House. Telephone' and '
and capital will make it Industrially animal, it begins its growth and than the cash f>r money crop. Eggs! New Year to many a family, and, a ,

and agriculturally one of the richest I starts; the cycle of another' genera chickens, milk., ,butter, cream, fruit, fear from now, the Merry Christmas Electric 'Light Wires run by the lots. Golf
sections, per acre, in the world. Less tion. It causes injury to the cow by a hog or a young* steer to the butcher, : J n many a farm .home. will be .more t
than ten per cent of its acreage is sucking its blood destroying the red a load of hay or grain when there is han the mere spirit of the season. course on the spot. A Bargain. '

under cultication and methods more corpuscles and producing an anemic enough: to spare all these bring in Very truly yours, 4

or T*mjmperfect reduce its productivity : condition, in which the life resources some income, The good, thrifty far BRADFORD KNAPP, Apply VALLEY-GAZETTE.

", tonx or seven per cent of the that should have gone to make beef I mer makes such it..m'l' carry practically ; Chief .1

possibilityThe and milk feed and fatten the tick It all current expenses and saves

cuttle mdustr>-raising In-ef lias lie-en estimated' that a beef 'I the money crop to pay Ing:: debts,
for the world's markets-is one of th" mal I may lose as; much us two ani-I'! make improvements to add to his
(greatest opportunities{ in the state, I pounds. in a single' '' season in I equipment' or stoek or for a savings
I and as Florida's! Hoard of Health isan bthe* t'k. Tlw 1 tick also develops I In | ,aeount for a rainy cl.iy This is the = "
official adviser of Florida's attic- , tin animal n germ disease' known |, only tenant fanners cun become land 1 O -, R E n MA N E SOIL.IF E RTI LilA

: men rt'CardllldiNt'lIs", of cattle, a is I thi "tuk or Texas fever. Ibis disasi ovvnc'rsI .
j'' discussion of the ioU hj'l Is in place. kills 1I1'III'O'"I" live pi'r cent'I'I How' are we to do tins'; ? How ran I

,I in the pi ess servicc-. ,>f tin1 ('.lives hoi'n in th(, ...Ialt.. and ,its we avoid, moitgiLing tins great monev -
An impoitant confeieiHo, of the ( at fatal to iiinetv -live- per cent of the (.,lo.p') Mow can we pay these tunring -

tie laiseis s of Flo'i.JII'Ith the packers tidult stock\ impoite-d 'u to the stat(., expenses from the sundry pro sir nulitforwunlre .
'/ and capitalists of the North is unless paitnulai' piotcetion, is given tl'lets' of the faim and( keep our great
) to IH* held at lumpa m l'ebinai>' uneler to siK'h sto(.kI inonc'V" eiop foi cash' The,answei ishv I .1 I 'a. I <'stale d"'llt-r.' aelv .. ,

e the initiation, of thehouthein .Set I F"1/1 this life, h"toof the ill<..I'I. following SafeI aiming. The ,I 'isin ; \\. 11 h a .\"c iiiii .,'.', ( -1'
tlement ind I Development, "I is that inte: of piophet,, said : ''Dispiwe 1 not\ t the- day I'alll "\\ lie' .
( iganiatlon se ( n an 11 upt' ion its I"" - -.... : a .Y'1 rent proprl ". I
.. I ,
The obje-c is to acquaint inte'rested ('Vcle of clevclc>pnicnt must lie fatal of small thlnJ{<." Attention to these II -- ..... fur hut
II'IY/ < ,\ Mm me II.
paying i
northerners with tbe1 actu! eon- to it. If it (annul fine] lodgment' onan little' ,items of income' and saving is \ .
ditions here that favor the development animal it ,,\'('ntuallmust starve- thrift and thrift gets: us out of dc'pt-L- \ J- J \ joil clou L gd any equity and in the' I

of the industiv, Th.I piogiam to death. Alt infcited ;iimmal' will infect inch pendent and piospcrousDon't ,:I ('nd'Ol' jtre* no lie-tier off Ih.1Ial first \

will include a discussion, of the1 cattle I a e,leaJi pasture. An infectedpastuie I ) foiget the Safe- Farming/ program YI.I lie-tier make it deal, vvlu-n"* sonic of the lent

tick and tick f\ ('r and the possilul- I t left long enough without : applies on the )pun. .huso. |pri> <.e." )
Ity of ridding the' staite of this (t-xpen gra/ing cattle on it, will eventually 1. A home garden for every fam- ,
sive pest deal' itself from the insect T 'I ilv on the farm Not less than a 1'loridafarllwr'/IIIIlfrllil rovv'havehe-e-n I 100 large'IvI'lrtihiiiK f ,, I

('an it be clone ** Y"s, if il] the- Hut the clipping vat ,Is the leal solution tenth; of an acre for garden ind half \ ( t he-ire. 'rops on t In- s:une1 plan a-. of I lie man ,

cattle raisers in tbe stnte1 would], unite of thepioblem. Th"I giovvn f- an acre for potatoes An acre of sorghum .1 \\horentslils ,- () n n>n Ih iiiontli.. '1'lu-v, li,i\ <' i ot t( n
in a concitc-f, consistent, intelligent, male and the seed! ticks or cane for the srup of the ... I
I I may be killed\ r only I be increased ;j'i.ldlr, one-'e ar'-rops to cov"c'r I Iwi ir out I .
effort, the tick could he 1'lIl11sh.dfrom family; the exess can can be fed 1)I
bv a solution in which the principle I 2!, Produce r Nature's ineliioel) is dilfe-renl. Mie!. stirls in to hinld ...., I
the slate within one vear 'I e'n- 'clients III'M'lIil' and 1 | corn enough to feed up ( ,\ '
ale" washing
( ingle
nessee look nine' years to free itself] sxja(, I It i is 'nccessaiv only that t the the people and livestock on the farm \. "Iylot\ \> follow her more c lose'ly ill ;jeiur' work3 \1'

Two Floiida counties have clone, it application, shall be thorough. the for a year, with a little evcess for \

during with : the past summer the1 Oompare-d,mull solutnm satuiating' { every part of the I safety:'t. ,Produce oats and 1 other small Not The Plant
the results ( ovt was animal's hid, and that the immersion i Why GetJJl Food Paid For

and when you know !how when you o' the. animal 1 shall be* nt le 1st as ffJll'f'fil ,',,- grain to supplement} I the1 corn as food
know the life storv c>f the cuttle1 tick, and to (onset'" the soil in winter,
the incubation of thetl
H is a simple' pr, blcm | t|i'k itself as twenty one days,period and l the I 4. Produce bay and other foiugec When You Fertilizers Your Farms .
Three suirienent fee-d Buy and Groves?
great: sections of the* world] immoisions in tin-\ solution shall be1eoi.tinned rops to
have lo contend with the tick -- Australia until the, work is, done It the farm for one vear th..jJ."IOCkon

South Africn iind! the United. has been demonst lateel t that a dipping. ting the leg-umes which ) Nat'urn own li.I. )' tLniuntl" luilnriil, plmnpli" itt -iut (,nK. surplus ,pluiLf.MMl ill f f", ,,,, ; "... ,. .11 lit 01,1,. .
and enrich soil
I the
/ States The Austialian
vaiutv is vat of ('Oheie-te1 can be "eemstrue for until( .r IMIM..I'n! tin''th'..ns of i itll iv 11 ion., but M of bin h |x''nl t-K n-"t,.r ," \\111 d ,,
r II.
.active fn Produce for the family
also South < ulia the meat
Ame-riea : > .
one bundled dollars und that suffi I ( .1.1.' I I..o""h .1 [I"i"d i irtost I
f and 1'orto Hico; Th.I I'tilled' States solution bv leased attention" to poultry !
-i.'nt to bundled head
b haibors eight val <.ti's. but onlv one (of ,ittle. be dip'mounted' one for and hogs/ Plan to g-rudually me'lease 'J I". first .. t i is I Ii.SH tli 111 of onim, ,iry fprtili/rr4' tin, in ( ( an sevenofnirhl
1' of these )pioduces the' fever and that ,' dollars. Tigbtv::, such, nrt us 11..1..01.1.\ | .. jinil I th., sul..s..(1'1'. IH n.lil( s in"i li gn'Io-, r 11 < nISMOII .... f..r si \I s. isonsIn '

one is found einlv in the South I I Iviits have1 be e-n l",lilt in or the*more state- ali I L III MK ,. ,builil up tlit. soil i I" w ,.y tUtt I' .in ut.\',.r U iluiu' l II\ .ul l.d fi'Mil./. ,.rs \.I.

", The body of the full gtown female "'adv ancl the good vvoi'k is 10 CE'ITC.IETSh:': (' N.luraown h... 11.,' IIpprn\1I1 ,,(.. ,' ,.. lIuoIlIli"lIlt"r." " .', "... ,1."i"", ? J

18 oblong-oval ill slmpe-, sometimes, ;'ing progn.sH-1 Jo'III K I.k\ Kit! AXD: BOWELS It I, ,.. I..,." fllliv ..11,( ,1.1., .. I"rot.'. .,ilo"t i" ,I". ,." "' ",.,,, .. ,,' ",. ,'"fd, ... I
half an inch m length When fully I I _\ turn jrnp" on this \ .""", ,,, frll.1. Will".... \\ ,. h." ,. 11"\'i.I.f tl". ,, "r dillu' I ,)

'., f.( grown and poiged \\itb the* blood 1 of pr:clical, solving: will lie worth seveial .,"".. [. IA'I ".I""I" II" 1""I "uII, ',1 fI.tullown ''''r
'. the cow It drops to the- ground I linds I I million dollars a >'ear to I Florida, It Curt* Sick HendiclicConst ipai ion, .' II.IIIIC "II" ", ,,1..1 "ill I.. ill!; tl.... f.Ldo. I""
a place more or less, protected 1 from ', w,1IlJ.I, from two lo thrc-c cehts, u /
the weather and piocecds to lay a. f.w' for l eef ill the1 northern IlilioiisncsH, Sour loinarh. Had rM. 1' L1OL --_
hundred to five thousand eggs. According - pound, und it will n' the discount,, markets Hre-ath-Candy Cathartic. a k e I an d Ph osp h a t e C ompany i"t", i ", -. _"!,-' ,I.

!, : :- to the sc-asoii of the jear of 'live to fifty per cent on hides, now ,'t ''' ,..)? ', '

these eggs: hatexh in a few summer \ in effect More' th..n that it will invite No odds bow bad your liver stom- Cpre.. .\enue ..I'L.J < j ,\ .. "<
.., ; days or twice as many in winter, into of I'.. ''t \.. .. "
the investment of hundreds aeJn .->r bowels, how much your head ; ;J j \
: little Mix legged seed ticks each about Lakelan l Florida ; I 'I .
, : millions of dollars in Florida acres todp.lop ;); .r
how miserable from ,
one-fiftieth of an inch ill length. Each I nches you are ,>,
the 1 I
at once climbs to B place of vantage: beef producing section in the United eonstip ition, indigestion, biliousness ..\() "J...., .,' > I.' ',-,"
on a blade of grass or other vegetation and bowels .ii1! ;. \ '.
State, and perhaps in the world sluggish -you always' get W'l0*"** h9 rij> r'-'
and waits for another cow to ;
relief with Cascarcts. They imme- .. ) ,-, : .. '
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Jt has rothing to cat : 'D' _
come along: MODIFIED REQUIREMENT: I '-"I'.. \ r" "
until it can attach itself to the am- "Charley, dear," siiid young Mrs. diately cleanse and regulate the stomach ,',,-;'-A.<.<3 .M .,) "- .It

Torkins, "I want you to promise not remove the sour, fermenting food P"0' '--ffi
to bet on another horse race." and foul gases; take the excess bile - I -
CHICH .Ij: .f"IJ.LS "All right, but I have a wonder from the liver and carry off the con ; ,
fully straight tip on a horse that runs
... ..... ... waste matter and poison
... ..1. ,- stipated
; "'........__. _1. .. tomorrow, and the odds won't be less
I ''I11e I_ K.4 .>04 "' ... .....uc than twenty to one." : 10-cent box from your druggist will 'ilj
_ III. -
lr ; "You don't let me /finish. What I keep your liver .and bowels clean;
E=. lllu._ r.tiA, .. was going to say .is that I don't want etomach sweet and head clear for ;
WO:' _..___ ._,IJ..Iab. you to bet on another horse race tJter : ,
r SOI.DI'DRUiGISISDEJm IERE the first of next month." ., months hey work whila you sleep.
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1.t Clarence' Poe, Editor of the Progressive remembered to.our Florida workers Rlckfl'rdsville. IB.-A dog belonging ADVERTISED LETTERS
t Farmer. Mr., and Mrs. E. E. Strother our to IM? Datisman, who 'rents the Advertised list for the two, weeks
I NotesFURNISHED In establishing local coo :or- C. :Eo missionaries in China, also wen home formerly: occupied by ending Jan. 17 1916: "
1 Agricultural News lilt'j ranizatlons, It; Is of the highest importance heard from agaio.' We should pray Maxwell near here, was seen digging Almstron' 11P. L.: Brown Tom;
to know\ why so many of the tot them often.'' recently, when something, glittering Crawford SamFisher .lohnJ Gaines
I' DY FLORIDA efforts; have proved failures. .It Is. notso Fine press news' has come from appeared. the dirt.' .. Datlsman investigated Mrs. JennieHolloway, J. .1,1 Johnson -
UNIVERSITY difficult to secure generous cooperation Mrs. W. G. McClain, secretary for and found a box containing Miss Jiney; Johnson C, W.=
" ?iI COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE upon the occasion of some inv United Brethren Endeavorers In $1,000 in gold coins. It is p.... Jones, Lillle Bell; Knaffue Ides. B. F.; ;

, -- pending* calamity like the citrus canker Union Center. near Kissimmee; from fumed that Maxwell, who was said to Logan Mrs. Manda; Noorehead, D.
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as in the common every day problems \ Mr. Glandor, president of First Chris be miserly, used to bury his money. F.; McLean Rev. F.; Pessey; Frank;
SPRAY FOR SCAB BEFORE hog! Is hog regardless of breed!'and of life;, The hog raisers of FlorIda tlan church workers in Jacksonville, Maxwell was killed in a railroad Thompson, hellers'; (Mrs. Vanderslic
NEW GROWTH STARTS that they are all about the same un- are losing many thousands of dol and from our press reporter, Warre wreck. Miss Sue Willie kartum); .Watkins
-----, der the hair and skin. That maybe Ian annually for want of co-opera Ingram in the line Congregations;!. Hester; Ward C. A.; Williams,, Mr*.
Scab la one of the 'most serious citrus true inasmuch as the hop 1 U 'concern tion. The vegetable, growers could society of Winter Park. We will UM St, Louis, Mo.."Hands up!" The Louie. II,
])ests and its control depends on ed, but it does not apply, to the mar save many thousands annually by cooperative all the items later on. Please writ command came from one of two rob B. B. SIMPSON,
( timely spraying, The new growth it ket. Even where the pigs have been buying' and selling. us from new societies. Lers who entered a saloon recently. Poi tmai ter.
very easily infected and it is often fattened under the same conditions! Nothing could be sent out from the The crowd at the bar raised their .

< .I' attacked before the buds are fully and will grade the same in weight, press department last week. "Secre. hands, all Michael TIM QuInhM Tint Doss Not Affect Tae used
;' open Infection s are, especially liable uniformity of breed means a greater tary Grace" has been ill with fever McCarthy. exceptihe-arm4ld and B e.u.e of Its tonic and Isxsttv effect LAXATIVH >
r r' this time because the young shoot profit ,,and a higher Belling price. W.C.T.U. COLUMNBe two weeks but is much betteThe McCarthy the Baouo ODININBU bcttmthsnordinsr
resist. If Men experienced marketing live- doctor she sit Jan. 17th.. robbers unlna and docs not cause ttvnronsn** not
re tender and less able to says can up sleeve IB head. Remember the lull Ki...sad
the tree is rid of scab the new growth stock have been urging the farmers) I' This time means,six weeks for the they fled panic stricken.ST. fink lor th. ......tu.. of >G W. OKOVK. sv>. I
( will,put out uncontaminated. of a given community to decide on a displaced hip joint muscles to get I ,
djkjE.. Stevens, plant pathologist to given breed of hogs and produce it exclusively. courteous, be obliging, but don'tgive well.The LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET
+ University of Florida Experiment Some farmers cannot see yourself over to "be melted down Lord knows what is best forHis .SPECIAL! REPORT
1, Station, suggests that growers get; why each cannot produce the breedhe for the benefit of the tallow trade. Christian Endeavorers. It is a
';".. ready to spray. Ammoniacul solution likes best. He can but in doing George Elliot. comfort to believe this. National Stock Yards, Ills. MRS. SUMMERScur +
''f f .. of carbonate or bordeaux mix- so he sacrifices' from Vt to 1V4 cents: I Grace A. Townsend. Jan. 4, 1910.
, ,. ture copper will control scab. Mix I 5 ounces a pound unless he can ship in carload The next meeting occurs Friday.,, Interlachen Jan. 13, '10.04d'PttiSwM' All classes of cattle with kill have
,w..;, of carbonate with water lots and few can produce enough to January 14, 2: 30. 6ld fully in line with last week's
-3 to a pure thin copper paste. Add :3 pints of ammonia do that. I I >-:44C SrvS 4 }+'":: wti:-':-y Rood-market, but thin stuff and canners is still located in

and the whole 'nto 50 galshould- Bradford Knapp of the United Women.I 4I which made up a goodly' part of I
pour I of cit- bent to ask if they :- ODD BITS OF :NEWS the receipts sold low at a Kissimmee is
t Ions of water. The bordeaux States Department Agriculture my government have ., de-I ,
::, be luther weak, about 3:3:50.: () i Ied a case in point in a recent lectureat I would set me free; I ".-M.o.. . ..... '--'..-..-...-oJM.jOM..M.. . ... cline ofJ J 15: to c. Canners are soil-;
crook vote niK at $4 to $4.10 fleshy $4.35to : stillsellingSelectHomes
The foliage and old infections the University of Florida. "A dem- They gave a pardoned a ,, ;
.. should be covered with the spray. initiation agent in Louisiana asked I but hadn't one for me. I ))IIRKl'I, Minn.-Nets Benson, 77,. $4.50(); fat cows $5 to $5.75; year
This will kill any spores that may appear I the farmers to raise a uniform tweed Then men about me laughed and and l Johanna I Dahlberg, 81, were married lings $4.10() to $4.:5; heretics $5 to I Choice
I later. .If the fruit has not been I of hogs. They refused. Then he proposed frowned and said "Go home because here lecently. Mrs. Benson is $5.50; heavy 1 bulls $5 to $5.50: ; light 1

picked from the trees, use only the u shi ping experiment. Il< I the oldest bride Minnesota has eves bulls $4.40() to $4.75; fleshy steers and Farms Vacant
ammoniacul, solution since the bor- I found by canvass that about (30(; percent '. We really can't be bothered when had. heifers $5; to to $5.40; good steers and
doanx will discolor it.FARMERS' of the hogs raised in the county we're busy making l laws." heifers. $5.50 to $(i; with thick gradesat Lots and Acre
were Poland Chinas. A committee $4.75 to $f. '
II Chicago, III. The mysterious! "pep
INSTITUTES:' was appointed and they selected half I Oh, it's "Women this" and "Women bandif" who- has been holding up I Hog' receipts 12500. Today's mar- age.
AND:' FAIRS occi'PY a car of Poland Chinas and half a car that" and "Women have no per ket was very active from start to
tXTESJOFOHCE: :' :' of mixed breeds consisting' of one I sense" I po third each of Poland Chinas, Duro But it's "pay your taxes promptly" recently. He was an anemic $7 with hulk, of the food hops selling 608 Penfietd St.,' South Kissimmee
I 18 old named Fred I
until March: 2 is filled f for J'rse.und. Heikshires. The hogs I when it comes to the expense.It boy: years, ogue. I at $i..r,0 to $r;.!>0; pigs 110 to 140 Hs.
Everyday lie confessed nineteen all
the University; ; of Florida Extension: weighed about the t-ame. The committee conies to the expense my dears, it accomplished with holdups glass pistol. I MAO( to S';1i5( ; lighter pigs $5.50: to I II 1 blk.west of the end of the brick street
a toy
the t.35< ; with rough hops at $((5.25; ; to
Kiirc*'. Their time will <>e occupied accompanied the car into mar- I comes to expense
with fairs, and farmers'" institutes.. i ket and found that the hulf car of 1 It's :"pay your taxes promptly" when $0.40.; s
Then the meeting': of the county Poland Chinas ought fy.(' cents a : it comes to the expense.I South Bethlehem Pa.-Joseph I
group -- --
)Dunr.ko arrived at this nlace recently s
will begin. A. P. Spiiiccrannoinces pound while the mixed lot brought
agents the following institutes for only 53. cents. i went into a factory, to earn my daily; with a 10-months() old child! stiappcd to i
I convinced and all his. liucKt on his way to Now York.
farmers bread
Eusl t and South Floiulu": Lonjwood.S"nllllolt. The were |
county January II ; Htistvick. 'wanted Poland Chinas. The experiment Men said "The home is. woman's Ille had walked with the baby on his SUB-TROPICAL
with "I had home" to i back from Canada a distance of 250
the 12th; Ride- could have been duplicated sphere. no
\out .and Putnam Lake county loneva, Clay county, any other standard breed. The higher 1 stay. miles, )keeping the child ulive oncrackers MID-WINTER FAIR AND 'I:

the 1 1'\ and 1 14. price was not paid for breed but ,[ But when the men all marched to war, I and water.I'ersia ,
!During the following week meeting for untfoimity. The mixed lot were they cried to wife and maid EXHIBITION J'
will bo held on the East: Coast. : : lust as good for meat us the others | "Oh, never mind about your homes la.-For eleven hours :Mrs.
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Pulni City. Palm 1 Heach countiJanu- but they were not .so pleasing to the but save the export trade." I August Sadden lay in a trance and nm ,
1H; Cocoa and :Malabar, Hrevurdcoiiiitv bujt'r'h eye Then too, mixed lotsgive I I saw her friends and relatives preparing -' TO ('ITIZI NH OF VOIAJSIA. L.AKR.SKMINOI.K. '
aiy the I'-1! and0; Okcechobee.. puckers\ a chance to discriminate "For it's women this," and "women I for her bul' al. When the undertaker 1 5 OS0100L.A AND OHANtllS -
St. Lucie county, the1., and they do it in their own favor. |I that," and "Home's the place for was about to place her in the CUUNTII38 7

- --- (C. K. :McQuurne, state agent. say I you," coffin, she succeeded in Mirhing and i (:IIIOKTItii Hi :'t known all' of you that you
li \:MwEltSRK: : TO that packers in the tejit6ry to which But it's "patriotic angels" when thus prevented her hurial alive. She COUNTIESGREATEST lire irlteil., ;, ,JO expected to prepare
FINNCE:' : 1: PIG CH'US Ilorida is contributory make the I there's outside work to do, is expected to recover. ..uJII.! exhllilta for rilHplny' at IhelO."t

same difference in prices and it behooves ','There's outside work to do, my dear, I Iy your exposition people, engaging already In agreed a friendly upon .ti

(oiihideinhle. interest has been farmers of a given communityto j there's outside work to do, Hood River, <>"ie.-A sturgeon EVENT IN """'I><-tllloll fur the exhibition of the
show in the plan of llillsboto county I settle on a given breed.r.VKMKRS ]H'K' "patriotic angels" when there's which has been a captive in a small' \nrlfil, prndurtH of your section\ also
THEHISTORY things "Made In towns
(linkers. to Imance pig lubs. According outside work to do. pool) for O'l'rI: () years, has. been released -I m'liool work your your fruits, your vefte your .
to C, K. :\1'Quarrh'tate : 'NKKD:' by Mrs.: Sue M. Adams Armstrong OF THE tables. jour farm products, your store t ,
__ Htynt.-for the University of Florida LARGER WORK ANIMALSFarmers :' We are not really senseless, and we who owned him. The fish FIVE COUNTIES of house and chickens neld. your art creations' }
lour stork and all other
Extt-tWon; Division at least twelve I are not angels too. had grown: from a small one to over thlnfti" of Interest. i j
counties are considering the plan. The of the state are giving But very human beings human just six feet in length. Dazed, at first by (TRILl to attend. In person and with ;
bankers propose to lend money to pig I greater attention to.the preparationof as much as you. I his freedom he quickly recovered jour within your and gates.SUBTROPICAL friends. and the stranger
club members with which to buy purebred seed beds But it is difficult to do And it's hard upon persons to be himself and disappeared in the deep -5 \
pijR. The money is to bo repaid two-horse farming with one 700- forceful and sublime. channel of the Columbia river. MJD-WINTER EX- .[
from the profits gained from the pig*. pound mule. Good tillage requires When we're treated as incompetents COUNTIES POSITION OF THE PROSPEROUS !
of the time. .
the three-quarters -
If other are raised from one and -- --- ---- -- - :
pigs deep plowing good plowing improved FIVE COUNTIES.
originally purchased, the member for the tt
of the first litter machinery But it's "women this," and "women

10 liituU agrees the county to payment give agent two of the which debt shall to con-the Improved The horse-power machinery machinery is to no make requires good it But that when it's "do," and the takes"woman's country's off the work like a alone"hen," tu"trarlUts\\ FEBRUARY 15-19, 1916 ,1

b I1k"rs These two Digs are to be war men.
without the motive I'
turned over to other members.The The most serviceable for the And it's "women this" and "women Orlando Florida I
contract adapted by the Hills Florida farmer is one that well weigh that," and everything you please; ,
bankers and which hasbeen But women are observant, and be sure ,
boro county from 1250 to 1400 pounds accordingto I BEAMS
by the extension division that woman sees.
approved John M. Scott, animal industrialistto

follows. .... Chester the University of Florida Experiment -From New York Tribune. ..... .', :: :::::: : ;:: :: :: :
Witnesseth: Whereas I Station. The animal should be CHANNELS ;: !}; :: : :: i
the Pig The soulless argument against pro-
White has this day joined
I clean of sound '
active, bone pointed "
has hibition account of loss of reverrue II ANGLESand
and on OFITABLEri
Club: in Hillsboro county and free from foot trouble. Side and ,

agreed structions to follow of the the county advice Demonstration and in-- feet ding should bones should be nearly be avoided round. and About the should any not considered citizen.a momentby None All Shapes. f- NECESSARY. TO P !

Agent with respect; to the care of nine-tenths of horse blemishes and defects but a coward would sacrifice priceless TRUSS
manhood and womanhood to insatiate BUSINESS
certain pig which has been pur-
one are found in the leg s and feet, RODS
chased by Duroc Jersey, as Trusteefor which should be examined closely. greed and selfaggrandizement.U.S. 4; \ .
banks in Tampa, and has Congressman George J. Kindel of .
certain Most 'farmers will likely prefer I STAY What money a man does not need toDay
:been ,given into the care and custodyof mules, because they are tough u" end Colorado. I I his bills, he should deposit in the l

,.OWtereforIn will stand .more rough treatment than BOLTSIRONWORK bank, where it will work< for him at c
) consideration of noises. Mules should weigh from .i 1\\ compound interest ,
'I .the confidence! of the said banks of and should! be 'i
1000 to 1200''pounds Money is the basis) for good' credit,
Tamp in me'and in consideration for sound in the same respects a) tho CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORState 1// of All Kinds. and credit is necessary .to profitable "+
.. that when ;
G ) said pig. I hereby agree horses. business. $I
this pig i is matured and sold bv me to BOILERPLATE There )is a security and satisfaction 1,

pay the said Duroc .Jersey Trustee, AVOID SPOILED SILAGE of having an account with the .
$-- with interest at five per President Curry in Jacksonville Citizens Bank of Kissimmee, which ,
cent from date or if I keep\ said pig deliver I I Care must be used in feeding ,, who had donated so much time TANKSTEfiL carrying your money about the personor
and therefrom raise other pigs to I silage, especialy if the weather is I to the fall conventions, writes that concealing it about the home, can r
to Cdunty Demonstration unusually warm. John M. Scott animal in the holidays he "was writing night never give. .
Agent two of the first litter of pigs, I industrialist to the University of and day and did not have time to senda STRUCTURAL- Your account is invited. ,
which are to be turned over by him to I card anything else."
post or
Club of I Florida Experiment Station suggeststhat 4% Interest Paid
other members in the Pig on Savings
Miss Ruth Coffin state secretary
only enough silage one day
this county, at a reasonable price and in I''he taken from the silo at a time. in Johnstown also had busy holidays; FIRE I Accounts.

full liquidation of this obligation I That which lies longer is apt to become The junior superintendent Miss Eleanor ESCAPES
bv them to be paid for to Du-oc Jl'r-1 moldy and kill or injure ani- Rowley, had some good times

sey, Trustee in the same mals. Keep the top of the silage levelin with her own juniors in West Palm irI HARD
entrusted tome ,
which I pay for the pig the silo so that as little will be ex- Beach. The state Quiet Hour super _/ .
II posed as possible. It is wise to ex- intendent now Mrs. Earl Cavanagb WOODS.
furnishes n note signed ; -
Th? member amine the top layer closely, especially of Tampa was of course very happy
by himself and some responsible in first in her bungalow CompetentForce
holidays new
head of
person or persons. When the foregoing and ,' stock if one each is feeding day. only a few home.St. of Work- I SUPERIOR! SERVICE' COURTEOUS TREATMENT I
l been signed
contract I' Petersburg and Weirsdale
: Mr. Scott is feeding twenty-four societies men for Road
the county agent; it 6)) 141'
certified to by
remembered the
from 15 foot silo and especially ?
dairy cows a Work. e
the trustee
valid order on -
constitute> a State Children's Home Society before
finds that the small layer taken off DIRECTORS:
; '
whom the bunks have appointedto daily barely keeps fresh. Sometimesa I Christmas, and were there not many I
the amount
the funds for
handle : close examination is necessary to others<< ? ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. d
in the contnuct. The agentselects t@ BRONSON
specified Live Oak has a fine junior societyin
I detect: the mold when it is just starting -
'Which shall be bought: I
the pig When one has a silo of large the Presbyterian church. F. W.: HILL
she is to be bred J. K. HILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS
If the pig, is a gilt j Dr. Francis E. Clark now trying to
diameter it is often difficult to keep I
It is I
to a hoar of the same breed. retrain strength in far-away Honolulu I II
within fresh silage, because the air penetrates : :
that all the pigs JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
probable the thin !sent' holiday greetings wishing to be ,
Ram"jbr'ed deeper than daily layericcessary ,, ,
given to community promote uniformity will be of the for marketing |j for feed. ::::::,:: '''::n( '',:,,,:L'J, ,, i
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Girls and boys will I

be admitted purposes to the clubs in Hillsboro1 I INTEUEST:' IN:' RURAL I h 1I --- -- -- ---- --- - ---- .- --- -
county f I

UNIFORMITY:, \ IN:' HOGS PAYS The spirit and sentiment of cooperation : SEEDS i

among Florida farmers and

A lot of folks will tell you that a I fruit glowers have never been! so I Send for our New Annual Guide just published. yf

.... --- _. I strong as are at men present.and women I In every who community are- Especially interesting and instructive to those =f

TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, I making large, sacrifices in time and XI just starting into Trucking and Farming in Florida. : in PriceSometimesH I
HAIR STOPS FALLING energy that the community may be abettor .. I I
( place to live in, and a better .'
Save Your Hair! Gel a 25 cent bottleof place in which to rear a Gladly sent for the asking. :Y' i her i a Quality Al

IJanderine right 'now-Also enlaiKcd' view of life has brought ways

slops. itching scalp.. great more' happiness riches.During and contentment than i: Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. II IIv '

Thin brittle, colorless and scraggy: ) recent weeks, many letters RESULTS TELL. Ask any customer about

hair is mute evidence of a neglected have l bee addressed to the University ?
<---j'--M--:*:+:"," --M: ':--M- FAVORITE FERTILIZERS
scalp or dandruff-that awful scurf. of Florida making inquiry

There, is nothing so destructive to jeguiiiing different phases of co-op- / They know and can tesWy as to THEIR
S I erntinii.! )I"lIn.J. 11. Rolfs of the Agricultural 's:-}...tttt >&i)4">tt-:-fit: >v< :fi0S C-:?OM.:frfi''-: v4<: 79444r. : .
the hair as ;dandruff.. It robs the hair: College has added a de- .1 QUALITY, THEIR SOLUBILITY, LASTING ..t

of its lustre its strength and, its very I 'pattmrnt of Rural Co-operation to the )- (
life; eventually producing n feverishness I cot tespondeiice' courses previously : CITRUS TREES AT : QUALITIES and ADAPTABILITYto
whichis olfetec" )! by the university. The textbook FLORIDA SOILS
of the scalp l ,
itching I for is the best
this course by
not remedied causes the hair roots ,: known southern agricultural writer, ::: RIGHT PRICESWe T Special Formulas lor All Florida Croft' I II

shrink loosen and die-th the I
hair to falls ,out fast. A little Danderine I' -" sell the leading varieties of Grapefruit and Orange Trees as .f i I . WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS u urya

time-will surely I To Drive Out Malaria fine as can be found at low prices and guarantee them against death

'. (tonight-now-any I And Build Up The System freeze and canker. We mean what we say. and our guarantee is good AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS INSECTICIDES
ave,jfJur hair. Take the Old Standard GROVE'S ,
gold. Let us hear from
'i)' '\Q/t 125 cent bottle of Knowlton's : TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know as you. I
. w' 1. Danderine from any drug store. You what you are taking as the formula is South Apopka Citrus NurseriesI
label, showing it is FERTILIZER Co
have beautiful hair and lots printed on every I ,
surely can
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. OCOEE, (INCORPORATED) FLORIDA i'I
of it if you will just try a little Dan- The Quinine drivel out malaria, the I' ..lie.Fla. $

". .I.t ." derine... Save your hairl! Try itl!! Iron builds up the syitem. SO cents I . .. ....... . . . .........o.o.o. . ...... .... .. . .

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1 A. f ,,,I O'UOOO, ;1..
: to create tlte"'speci.1 road] distritt: and]'to' bond in Allowing five people to the family we find] that ev .0000 oo 00 ooOtO..oouoo otoOOO OO OOOO O IOU"

:The Kissimmee Valley Gazette the turn of $150.000. The county commissioner ery family must send ,out'taking the average figure. ,

M J are practically certain i! to call the election', at theh' $50 per year. ., t Letters from Our Readers I.

.....u..... RvvrrOfflp : Frld.Y' next meeting. But'if the road is to be built ol How can this be stopped?' Well, it is not the object .

!. Taller' tiaaetle Ilulldla KlmlauB, PU sand-asphalt a. jhe free-holders' have ailed in then of this, editorial to detail means pf stopping ,

4L I, ' petition, .we want to see them get just as good t a the mail 'order houses from'getL ng trade;, but to Sd4s1s64fi4.Oi 't 4i Ori+wd'{ C'3}dC 1'0 OO.K* ;!I

W. B. HAItRM AND W O. VAWS.AQNIOW Maai..,..OwnersK. price as' Lake county is getting. For that reason,, arouse you to an appreciation of the extent'to' which FLORIDA A PARADISEPeru very dear friends of ours. .y.. I lij;

R. KAUGLK. Kdltr mmt weask Mr. Woods Sand Asphalt Apostle, to, ex. they are intruding on your preserves. We believe Ia.. Jan. 0, '16. Yours ,truly. ;

? a.aaerletln Itattai .. plain. that the village storekeeper must be forewarned in Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida. I The Oregonia Bridge Geiv'l Co. :

S. One Cep,. One Year. .: ...._.__.H_..._... .__.* .!}.68 I .. .. order to be forearmed. Dear Editor: 1 read your ever interesting By W. W. Mills, Agt.

i One Sne Copy COPT,, Plx Three 7 onthe Month-._._n_..r--____.___...__ .7{ We believe that there can be no effectual fight Iowa, and paper it makes up here mo long In cold for the old ANOTHER: BOOKLET REQUEST
that kind of competition in community Batavia Ohio Jan. 6 1916.
'. --- against a day when I a resident of. your ,
4 1 All communications, rxcept fr im our authorisedorr unless the business people of the community know state, possibly of your city. I have Editor Valley Gazette, Kll8lmmee.Fla. ,
""pon Rejected; matter will not be returnee unless cAlled at St. Cloud and some near Dear Mr: Please send' me one of
of Osceola th
Districts county-- < of which
for. fight against you are Grecly; jlown in the Kissimmec valley.I ; your advertjsing: pamphlets for your
in which Kissimmee. Shingle Creek and
territory .
/ u your
T of the most enthusiastic good roads boosters begin with a complete survey of the situation and I be satisfied until I live I there, as everything I favor I remain G., II. HUGO.WANTS 'fI' 11

FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. \1916\ in the state of Florida. tabulated and detailed knowledge of how arid could be appealed made to Paradise me that for it man wasor I' (

-- I There is one characteristic of these self-same where and by what class of people the money is and beast: a : : Cot' :>;BOOI\LE1's.: ...

boosters however, which we deplore. That I I see in theI ocemher I :'Ust issue of (;ireeley, Colo., Jan. (6!, 111"E,1. \ '-,
Bulkhead the lake.!. I char'l spent.The Ki i himme't b V. (Gazette.Sir : .
acteristic is that of WAITING UNTIL THE giealesl( working medium for opposing out the Gazette plans are being arrangedfor ) .
: I < 1 shall b pleased) to i/Teive
the distribution of booklet. advertising : <
We haven't fo'rgol < : I I MOMENT to do things or warming up a side dealers box-car merchants and peddlers is I O)scoola county Please find a copy of bookie selling I / forth advantages !'
FLASH OF POWDER in a pan and making a lot the commercial club ,.or local Dj4cTiant's organization. stamps und udtlrcsreH for u few of of Osceola Co. Stamps enclosed.

wins. of fuss with Intle or NO REAL ACTION. If you ha\e one.' gel jT working along this' the booklets. .C'..:;t.
Kcejping -everlastingly al anything' i Osceola counly I is pledged to ihe Dixie Highway, line. I am 11 booster for Florid-i. Thank- i Yours truly. ,
; I ing in advance I remain. :M. A. lVO 1 :OS.:
build, hard-surfaced road throughthe you
That's why we always say something about the commission to a : Yours for continued hn -tnos. I !I HS] > 1th St., ( .irefley Colo.
county to join with Orange and Lake counties I JOHN VV. 1EI.: .I.IH.: .
bulkhead. the 1 Orange county end of the road hat been provided AN EDITORIAL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS The names 'me us foll
1 lor but the road to Polk county is STILL A John \\'. Keller, 1'eiu. Iowa firmcr Door furl, Fla., l-T-'K.
Someday folks will pc'k: up .in old copy of llie :- I II ; Koi'd A Hoi'd, 1.<1"111101'" Iowa, ilessis. nt ihe Gazette; Ofl'rce, Kissimmee -
DREAM. I farmers; ('. (I'. Ytit I.oriinnr. 1 Imvii, Florida.I .
and ,remember thai
y Gazelle l we were one agency PIon.ere formulated by the good roads I boosters I The Gland Rapids Ilerald urges the hoys and farmer; 1 K.: A. Kilgore; l.orimor, Iowa, I Ileac> Sns : I am g"Iillgl'l'lUItS. \

which kept the bulkhead .idea alive. # i here some months ago for a county-wide bond gills in school lo give': close attention lo their studies' merchant: Kohert On'> ; l.orinior Iowa from, ) those papers sent lo I the northern

issue to build this road and others. When other' and lo all they can from the course offered merchant ; Fred Ileinig: l.mimnr. 1 a., '1111<'". An iiicinry| conies from
When you see a member\ of the city council Ie- the THIRD COM I gel banker; 1 K. T. liufur. Lorimor\ la., Hiadner! (Ohio, for facts about, Florida.
section' of the cot ily objected I them. :
knkl'r'Iliam; Cot-hi-an, l.nrmior, The person" inquiring\ seeking not
mind him, thai the people; of the
progressive city MISSIONER'S DISTRICT, which extends from the "Jusl a little message to the boys and girls in la., bunker; (George; FultK Lorimor. only climate but an investment proposition )
f want that bulkhead. fell)1 him il is up to the toun- canal between Kissirnmee' and St. Cloud, east to the 1 your school" ihe I Herald calls it. and il is a message la., lumboirvmn; lake Hansel, J.ol'an.Ohio a- ..II.

j cil to solve !tic problem.. petard( county line. DID NOT FALTER. I'lmnu-l.I'till' meriting delis eiy, lo every class of pupils in the pub- toymaker;; C. .1. Keller, Tolono, Will yiyi kindly; send, to me at my
-- link 111.. clertncian< ) ; Peter Ki-ller, Moixl- uddre-pr\ jfs above, the eiy best you
dislnct. runs another road a connecting lic school- Read this. lo the boys and girls
I : ville. III., ri-ul estate denier r ; C. Hl.u.k. ran sr-euie for, our cily and utility
I When you meet a winter visilor ask him. to(0\ \between the Last Coa
to the Hail; leJ1orl.dVIII.'n') l'Jur'urlJllq\ and way and the Central Florida section., The. people : simply trying' "to pass"instead of trying 10 learn." : Scott's lhiir.! :Neb; trurkeiV.: as i u rreu eilI

sign' the icgnloi, help. our guests lo betonicacquainted of St. Cloud and llirsi; district, favored a sandasphaltroad You will, find that have to depend A. Knster, Sno\\liet.) Mont.: fnniei: ; I toll semial ogre" stating a few
will another and the, townpeopleas you upon| youi and II. C..1".11"1., Anni-on, :MIL. faimer. fi,. 1 ,, tlu-n ", '.\alt; ,oitu* liUratme funs
t one foi this connection and slated that they would own knowledge long aller your "standings" are .1.

well.Thomas. oppose a \bond issue unless. this, road was included forgot( ten. : IMitur'-I 1: :NullVe; IliudsI I-. Keller I gooSuiroceh'! foi, Kiiimu'e.( -..:

in the proposed road-building\ scheme. When; the Don't think you are cheating the teacher when for Ills 'mti-ieM, ( 'in
J. ApplcV'iid. Malepiintci. and pull/ v.i nous sections of the counly thus. weie set at you skin through a lesson with a Han l brea-'lh: es brie sent the' \liooklet :' 0111... t'.11 t'-
ed ( Kll l l M I/.ES: SIMP.1: (IOMMITTEKEditor
r fisher. ol' the I allahas-ce l Rrcoitj. has. announced his 10K he.idH., (he VALLEY GAZETTE was lust to cape. \ on aicn'l, chealrng ihe teacher. You are '

i candidacy, lor delegate. ,il large to the\ National' SUGGEST a solution. That) solution was the BONDING : cheating yourself. WXNTS rnrvn( HOOKI.KTWatertow ( ; \'aIIiIivrlte<< ; 1I \ :

Democratic convention which nic-ets in St., Louis, OF SEPARATE ROAD DISTRICTS, which, I Don't think about what you're going lo do after( I n. \Vi-.. Jan 7, I'.rlii.Kif : /.. I want t I IIi I uni, ) 1'' your' paper' lo enter

Mo.. June 14th. I would allow I the St. Cloud people and those of the school until school is out. Concentrate on your
Fla.Gcnllenncn. I leinocrat I uKxecu) ; ie committee in
-: : thud district to build the kind of road they wanted' work the same earnest 1 enthusiasm thai you concentrate I ; : I notirt in l-st week's Bung I he I eiiiiri'Mnintfor| voters in

The Untied Slates government/ paid $250,000()() I and winch would allow (he first and second districts on your play. It will make the work easier i issue of your, paper) that the county the June prmuiiv" Then act to say

to have a poslofhce building constructed for Will'I to create another road district and BUILD and the play more fun.Don'l books are eady to lie sent out Would the least of It. i uni'on-tituional, sin.1 -
I kll.dlvelHI me a number of met 1 lean', t rmtie. and' undemo-/
he you unpat
N. C. Within, alter I
slon-Salem. eight days ( LOUGHMAN.The .
THE ROAD TO \gauge<: your school work by a successful ;copies which} I intend to distribute Emitshots, I they hope to strengthen
building was occupied by the mail (forces, the city S tSrmti trxilrfie suggestion as a goodone I recitation of a well-passed test. It isn't what you among fiiemls.. the patty; is something, I oin't see.

paid $250.000 for revenue stamps and in postal and egan work al once, with (he result that let the teacher know you know that counts his I I own a tract: of land on the Kis 'I woears ago many people dill notregislcM

t receipts to the United Stales government the necessary petition was prepared and the county I I what, know know yourself. !simmee prairie ,.nd would like to convince on account of the Bryan primary -
you you
!some of our people what call be lay and now add insult to in-
-- - commissioners will at their next meeting call an : Remember that your parents are doing every- accomplished in O. ceola county. jury already done and thousands will

fV The "Linotype South. devoted to the businessof election. That the district will surely vote to create thing they can to make you happy and the least Yours very truly, : not 1 go into the June primary. I

the Mergenthaler Linotype Company in the the separate road district is shown by the fact that I thing you can do in return is to give them the keen M. K. hlEKIKU ). think we should agitate the calling ofa

t' southeastern states contains a whole page illustrated : 242 FREE-HOLDERS signed the petition while I satisfaction that will come if you take your school 701 9th Street.\ mass meeting/ of the voters. of the
in the
N article concerning the plant of the Wauchula the registration books show 471 QUALIFIED life seriously and live it with the very best and I APPRECIATES GAZETTE town near future and county at the some court time house and

Fla.. Advocate. George Goolsby has won a reputation VOTERS in the district. These figures show a clear most fruitful results that you can get out of it. I Coving-ton, Ky., Jan. G>, liMfi.! I pass resolutions! condemning/ in thestronl'e

throughout the newspaper world for the neatness MAJORITY of the voters. although only qualified Remember that you can't fool the cold, Kissimmee Valley Gazette, "Kissinn t terms this, action of the
I of his which has the and of this sort. mee, Fla.Gentlemen. committee. We .should ask the Hon.
plant rugs on flo/rs FREE-HOLDERS may sign a petition of-fact, old world of business when you matter-I : I write to let you knowI II. C. Stanford to meet. with us and
everything kept spick and span. He sayyr vThere We are glad to see this spirit demonstrated in battle of after-life. You can't bluff your appreciate your paper you have eJcplain to us how he let the other

l i is no reason why my plant should not lie as thor I the Third District. We are sorry that some steps I success. There isn't any "pony"you can been mailing to me for the last coupleof members put that over him ,

n, oughly and nicely furnished as my hom for, after have not been taken in the First and Second DIs- You will find out that you will be rated for exactly : months. You will see by my stationery some. protest. I If I had of l>withouit -
all spend most of our time at the of Ace." It at first contended that a I that I am very much interested member from the county I
l :6 we I tricts long ago. was what you are ; and you will be exactly what you I in good roads and bridges, and I have. made a protest so strong in
q : ;:- special road district must conform to the limitsof make yourself right now when you are providing I I um (glad to see you are taking suchan i words. and acts that I might have gota
The demand for copies of the illustrated book a commissioner's district. The Valley Gazette. yourself with your equipment. Better make your interest in good roads down there. night's lodging! at police headquarters -

4 let advertising the advantages of Osceola county has however believed that a road district could be equipment just as good as you can. You pass Our county han just completed two ; but the people at the Seminole';
miles of concrete road on the Dixie hotel would have known that there
I / been heavy during the past week. Requests for the created which would include both the First and through school but once. What you don't learn will Highway and We expect tfl do the I was a member. of the democratic executive -

I booklets have come /from all sections of the United Second districts. It has since been staled by legal never help you to reach a pinnacle. What you do like amount this year;; it cost us $15- I committee from Osceolu! county -
+ States and in most instances the letters asking for authorities that this is the case. Hence. all thatis learn may be the straw's weight that tilts the scales 000.00 per mile. I will enclose you aclipping that did not believe in .such undemocratic -

the booklet have come from readers of the Valley needed is for the good roads boosters in this from failure to success. of contract for a bridge I acts. Those fellows has

''ty k Gazette, who have been receiving the paper for the section to PREPARE THE PETITION setting forth : Be honest with your lessons. Be honest with closed After up reading today. your paper I turnit i the got to time have to a begin lesson to and teach right now

s past three months on the list paid for by the county the limits of the proposed district and secure the your books. Be honest with your teachers. Be over to the county officials at our I Swallow this. and two years from now

commissioners. This indicates that the readers of signatures of TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT of the honest with your opportunities. Be honest with court house, so you see it is pretty the dose will be a little worse until

the Gazette in other states have become interested qualified FREEHOLDERS within the territory *o yourself well read. they will deprive us of all rights. Let
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. N. Paver, who us act now..
in Osceola county and want to know more about it. set out. .. .. are now located in your town, are G. B. WOODAU

-: :--- If this is done before the next meeting of the .
: .
if" I. commissioners 'and the petition is filed with WHAT MAKES. A DEAD. TOWN., u '" .1
The Valley Gazette with the St. Cloud county '
agrees before the date oT the meeting.. i -** <'*<"frs>*4'4"M' <
I the County Clerk
H Tribune that the county commissioners should have
continued the practice of sending out 600 copiesof it I will be possible for the commissioners to grant If *

;Ui each paper every week to persons in other .states.i Ihe ELECTION HERE at the same time that, the. Ordinarily' we do not believe, in printing readymade | SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEE

i This means of advertising Osceola county has interested ''I)bird District' election is granted. editorials sent out by syndicates and printedin .

,' more people in this section of the stale The l suggestion has been made (hat this district hundreds of newspapers the same week but the :|!: AND OSCEOLA COUNTY :f.
bonded for $200.000, which the author of( desk this week, seemed
I.. than any other plan. Many of those who are now I be following which came to our Y

,. living in Osceola county and who come from other the suggestion\<: claims would furnish a large enough I too good to throw in the waslebasket : ;.;.:..:..:..:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:+:..:..:-::":-:-:-:" ;-:" :-:''.-:'':':-:-:'':'':'':-:.': ':,,:,,:-:-:-:..');

f"i states the North first attracted here by I fund not only to built the ROAD TO POLL COUNTY I Did, ever into a town and as you' step- I
rn were SHINGLE CREEK you go St. Clouij( is i soon to have an adequate "The old.sty iig: has II that the
f reading these newspapers. We believe he( commissioners I but to build a ROAD TO ped from the train have it strike you suddenly that system" of sewerage, waterworks Iii, -I t twelve- .layof lhe new' yearrepitseni

are making a mistake in not keeping up I another to join the ST. CLOUD ROAD at ihe canal the town was dead ? Have you ever had a town and street, paving) the < ,ity ; 'the (tithe month-, so far asvveathei
and road lo the HILLIARD ISLAND SECTION. council having taken steps to (hidend.I'm ; is eoncfi ned,".says the Kis-
c' t this plan of advertising. Oilier counties ale now a described to you as a "dead" town ?
waked later however. ida Glower.; -inimee Valley ( ia/i-lte; "If that is
.1 following the example ..ely\ Osceola counly and :These are points to be out analye just what is -
; Ilave you ever slopped to tine we are sure the (list hlf of the
would to is
1, Ij will no doubt soon begin to reap the benefits, which. I What; I the Valley Gazette sec ol; meant by these words "dead town ?" I The Kissimmee Dairy and l'r'udue .Near will, be as near" pel, feet paradise. :
1'' were formerly reaped by Osceola county. i some definite action NOW, while there is plenty company the latest concern to go III a- anyone can hope to find on this
In the lasl analysis they mean just one thing I i for dairy fanning and truck raising'i iiiiind.irif sphere. Surely Klorida
\ : : 'Lme.' REAL ACTION LESS TALK, and and that is that the merchants of the town don'l, I i that progressive! city.-. I'lcuid.iGrower. had a iKIightful/ week: and if some
have ,
I Lei
us A dead town has certain positive aspects i roll and wet\ weather comes along in
have OUR advertise. _... _
have it
let ,
us of v June ;and .July nobody will, make very
r' j j : : .. ROADS in the process of building at the same time of demise whichare as bald as a piece I S. H. Aultmun, of Kissimmee, has much fuss about it. -Fl.inda Times

::1 Clarence Woods. editor of the F.ustis Lake Region I that ST. CLOUD 'is at work. crepe hanging on the door of a private house. The''I recently acquired2f! ; acres near Sand LJ 1I10ft. ,
1'', . stores seem to be merely existing. Their shelve's'are Lake in lunge county and wit,I mi I i .:.- 1
and declared in
aspostleof sand-asphalt, < .- unsalable The Imed..I\. start a stock f.'l'Inlth With, t'. A ( '/I "on of Kissimmeeannounced
:. recent editorial that tins character of paving can ,I covered with apparently goods. hogs and cattle. Florida G! rower. as a delegate to the national ,
y ) be laid nine feet wide at a cost of 3.500 per mile. ;I MAIL ORDER FACTS AND FIGURES storekeepers seem to be vying with each other to I -?:. t In I (.nocrntir i convention I it seems

Mebbe sot' Mebbe sot But shy\\ was il that when I :_ see which will win the first prize as the town grouch. The truckers of the Kissimmee that t the caliber\ of men will, offer is to
e the Inland Store Keeper calls attention If talked with them (hey knocked the town, ley section are planning to plant: Iiishpotatoes be lather, more in keeping with the
l' the Osceola county commissioners. advertised! foi A writer in you
dignity and
i 'ft I on a huge scale next sea iinpoitaiur of (the position -
with knocked the mail
11 si '\i bids, there was only one bidder, (he Continental!! lo ihe sums spent by different, villages they knocked business they or- I son.--:\ anan nil i'inu'''-( ricr.Osceola than ha- been the case at other
i Publis Works Company which is doing work in : ihe mail order concerns, and then suggests': how to der house. They were continually complaining that I ___> -- times Mr i- a Wil-on diMiiociat \ -

r Lake and the \bid of thai almost details concerning this interesting topic : i other people did business and made money but that I county will voteit an duly and will stand by the New Jersey
county was ascertain
company date :flOOOIl:( () ( ( worth of good road's
into the on ; man in -pile' of the opposition. that
; $8,500 for a mile of roadway 15') feet wide ll will pay you lo conduct an inquiry they didn't, seem able lo sell anything. They guess- bund for the purpose of harduifue is being attempted against: him.-Orlando -

4 ; IfVoods' figures are correct a fifteen,( foot roads amount of money sent out of your town to mail ed it was the town. Yes, that was it the town. I ing the :Melourne-Kissimmee road to Repuitcr-Sliu\ ,'. .

should cost I two-thirds mOle I than a nine foot road order houses. The (facts may surpnsc. you. particularly If you asked the merchant if he advertised, he I' the. Its t \'III'd county I1ftl'. Flolda, .'. .
that with Whatwas (;rower.Pit' .IV \. V VVS: AGNEWAnnouncement ;:
under the impression would have looked at ama/ement.
I : or accoiding to his figures'aliout$5.834( per mile., if you have been you .''. ; is made of the dissolution
, c \ es, we know the commissioners" only wanted catalogue\ houses were not hurting your business. the use of advertising when business was so .Iohnton, a \1ungressiu/: cattleman of the law; biro of Vans Apr-
"; one mile built as a sample of the road and thai I: The postmaster will probably\ tell how many dolars' bad ? People who had money to spend he would of KI""iI11I1W"II" ,'I..t'd a dip new & (Crawford.Mr. .
orders he sells yearly and he tell were sending it lo the mail order houses. ring \'ut In rul 1 his < :..ttlof IHk..lIst I : Crawford joins! with Lee Jar-
< itcosta something to machinery etc.. but worth of money you
move ,
J of advertrse. He didn't week 17H head nf 'attl"1'' '' ,rell in the practice' of his professionin .
.. r i wouldn't it have been the part of good': business can give-you an estimate as to what proportion ,' No he would say he didn't, dipped t h.I'. Others will he dipped Kissimmee and :Mr. Vans Agnew

, ; enterprise for the sand-asphalt people to have made Ihe money goes to mail order houses. The local throw good money after bad. ''aF 'apidly III Ih'y (aril be ,rounded up.Florida will continue his legal work in .Jut'k-

W\ this specimen mile at the lowest possible\ rose especially bank can give you an estimate as lo the proportion On the other hand go into a live town and what (;rower.Work sonville.Jacksonville, .
mw 7hi district i drafts that arc paid for mall order will, see ? The merchants have attractive displays ; I is proud of Mr. Vans
:: ( when the rte Commissioners I is of their I you has been started on the t Os- '
I in their stores. The daily or weekly news- I ceolarange) county road and the t Agnew us a citizen. Ho has been}
1- '\, preparing to create a special road dl'lricl01.. purchases bjt consumers. a potent factor in the development of
, $150,000 bonds and l built something, over thirty By the time you put these figures on paper and papers are filled with big announcements of special contractors are busy now laying 1 hecuibing. (Floinla.' He .is a man of lofty character -
will be wide open. Figures sales low priced goods. They are not afraid of It \\n ex pec-ted to have t the an honor, to the and to
or state
. miles of road ? It was stated'by a person who is total them( up your eyes road finished in time for the Ilrl.'.ado !
I villages.One the mail order houses because they have the same the legal I piofessinn. lie bus been responsible -
know ihat the bid here in different fair in .J.
- in position to price per vaiy greatly :Mid-Winter' February.- '- for ..
: tells that in his community to reach the people- advertising that I ida Grower.; II attracting, /: much capital
square yard was llnrty cents lusher than that of our subscribers us means to Honda and has himself \been.
charged in Lake counly. '.the counly commissioners : of 2.500 people $8.000 is sent away every : makes the mail order house great. The merchants j. a leader alonjf progressive lines. !Mr.Ciawfortl .
The Ki"imllw"all"v Gaxette; \ of
underestimated it. have their local association for mutual help, and ( l is of
wisely rejected the hid.i year. We believ he has ( ant Flida"llId that stru\\ bIrirs'ould , one Florida's brightest
II of about 2.000 is estimated to behind the association the local newspaper is pushing ; i young/: men, and success doubtless
,; At ihis rate a nine-foot road would cost $5100) I Anolher village moving from that point in swumthe
L 1 i a mile instead of $3500 as Mr. Woods claims and send $40.000 annually to mail order concerns of all j i pushing pushing. Everybody is working afxi, .me quantity within a few days. i mee. -Jacksonville new law)Dixie.When firm. in Kissim-
both instances a considerable everybody is happy and boosting.If Quoting a grower of the Valley district I -
in -
i 'r the $150.000 bond issue would be hardly enough to kinds. Of course : --
the Gazette: that his
the village and contributes want live town get behind the newspa- says a cloudburst! came in Mauch
the road through the Thirs Commissio icr'sdistrict you
/ build farming country four times good I
are as as they Chunk, I'a., a few days
the ago
i 'I I do Forget
will !
and the res
to the Brevard county line. to the sum. per newspaper were last year, and that he expects to things. with water, mud and debris, It
of 2.000 sends out 40000. the time that the paper is a deadone. have a big The Gazette declares
arguments buried
+ We want to See this, road built to the East Coast. Assuming a village -wgrn crop. a chicken coop containing; a
Brevard county, or the commissioner's district adjoining If the'farmer population doing business through that The paper is alive enough if jhe people are that Kissimmee the acreage simuch in larger strawberries this .season near hen and her brood. When the flood, :-,
much as the village popula- alive. The surest test of a live town is a live had subsided and the coop was dug ,
.4, Osceola county l'already at work on its postoffce as than last and predicts a good market out, Biddie and her chicks were intact.
fc- part of the road. It appears certain that the voters tion even then the average is $10 per person per newspaper and a newspaper can't be alive unless and splendid returns to the growers. The mud had caulked the chinks in

tad ..,-of. the Third District in Osceola county will votes I year, and this includes men women and children. I the town boosters do 'their share. -Florida Times-Union. the coop.

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{ shrinkage should 'not have .been over Chipley for the I1t t and 12th and to

80 or 85 pound a head. ',?,,?, FLA. SUNDAY SCHOOOSSOCIATION Madlsonon thelSth. Numerous dates

: '. i The year 1914-15 was ''the; most disastrous have been Axed for work along ,the
St. Cloud Department year cattle feeders have experienced East Coast. .

in all sections, in the last of. the Feeders lost IS DOING GREAT. WORK FOR STATE ,JORSE- rAUGU-ON _THEM -:

money because'of the great slump'in The Is told of two Trenton"
story -
,.. -
j, .NEWS. AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER. CITY". FROM OUR OWN- the price of fat cattle -If the feeder men who hired a horse and trap for''

SPECIAL;' CORRESPONDENT In this instance had purchased'all The Florida Sunday' School Association look out Into the great field of North 'a little outing hot long ago says the,
the feed at market prices they would has opened a new year of ac- America, and through the Florida Philadelphia Record. Upon reaching: ,
...... have cost him in town-about $33.60 tivity in its work In this.State. The Sunday School Association'J>ecome their destination the horse was un : .

per 'head-he, too would have .lost year J915 showed a remarkable increase directly acquainted with all that harnessed and permitted peacefully,to
I Dr ermine, the district superintendent Mrs. Smith entertained the 600 clubon money. When, however the feeds are In the volume" of business transpires of value on the .' graze while the men fished for an

preached in the M. E. church Tuesday afternoon, at her home on charged, as in'this instance at tho I transacted over the previous year. But it has even a contlf1ent'l'I.hour or two. l

Saturday evening, Sunday morning New York avenue. cost of their production on the farm, I The reports of the General Secretary usefulness. This lies in the t When they were ready to go- home,
,(1 I .and evening1. Mr. and Mrs Moore, Mr. Jean, Mr. a profit of $10.82 per head was realiz and the Office Secretary revealed the co-operation. It is the only organization a difficulty at once presented itself,'' ,
'y Dorva DeLeon at the G. A. R. hall Briggs\ from Anna, 111., arrived Fri ed. fact that the magnitude of this work seeking directly to secure unit inasmuch as neither of the Trenton. (

Monday evening, the second of our day 'evening and are pleasantly located In this statement no credit was (had assumed proportions undreamedof ed action on the parts of the differ lane knew how to reharness the horse {

lyceum course, was thoroughly enjoyed at the Farris Hotel. made for( the manure, although in by most persons. During the year ent religious bodies in strictly relig. Every effort in this direction met with
by a large number of people. Dr. and Mrs. Rich arrived Friday many sections where manure is used just closed General Secretary R. C. ious work. Each denomination has dire failure and the worst problem

t The Ladies' Improvement club met evening from Anna, 111., and are in fields this by-product has very high I Weidler travelled in the interests of its particular field of labor. But thereis was properly to adjust the bit. The
in their hall on Wednesday afternoon, pleasantly located at the Farrsi hotel value. In fact, in certain sections of this cause more than 22,000 miles in community interest, a county work horse seemed himself to resent the

Jan. 5th, and held their annual elec- forthe winter. the feeding districts of the North and thtis SUite while the office 'went out,'and a state duty which can only be idea of going into harness again.
tion of officers, and their annual reception I Mrs. Ella Beadle of New Haven is :and received than 29,000 pieces done in
Southeast the manure regarded as more by cooperation effort. And this Finely one of the friends great .
will be held Friday evening Conn., arrived Saturday evening to so valuable that the feeders: feel thatif of mail matter. The General Secretary effort must be organized. This is disgust sat down in the road.

January 14th, in the new St. Cloudhotel. spend the winter in our ctty. they merely break even on the cost made 305 addresses, speaking to where the Florida Sundoy School As- "There's only one thing we can do,

W. S. Alyea left Wednesday evening of feeding the animals the manure I more than :WOIlO( () ."people. Eighteen! sociation finds its fertile field. Bill." he Raid. / ,
Mrs. Belle Cather, from Peoria 111., to spend a few days at Homo- gives them a reasonable profit. In county conventions. were held, and- 12y: But again it does even more. It "What's that?" nSked Bill. ,f..,

is here to spend the winter with her sassa, Fla. the particular case no value was figured institutes and :255 other meetings.Twentyone gives every individual an unrestricted "Wait, for the beast to yawn."
brother, William Johnson and family. Mrs. John Palmer, of Urbana, III., I .
I for the manure for the reason counties were embracedin channel through which to help nilothers. --- ---
.Mr.] : and Mrs. J.: II, Graham: Mrs. I came in last Thursday evening to that the farmers in this immediate thin work. The great movement of the RFECTLY- PROPER

Jenkins, Mrs. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. spend some time with her sister- Mrs. 1 section of the Great Plains countryI I The SUite convention at Miami recently modern day are toward philanthropy.An I Aimee-Hazel i has a peculiar way
Dowding and laughter, Lois, and Mr.Hertzog K. E. Slawson. of speaking of her husband. '
and it ,
I not use manure regard as held, in respectsthe organized! county: in the Sundny
of Kissimmee Saturday ; Mr. and Mrs, Levi Sham how, Mr. : was many I
spent I 'practically worthless. Their objection gathering of Sunday School work offers an organization I :\Iary-I Indeed! '
in our city. and Mrs. William Bircher and daughter greatest 1 Aimee Yes refers him
is that it tends to ; she to asher ,
| to manure School folks ever held in the State.More whereby any Chri"tian01'1'' mayabsolutely .
I ill'> O. L. Buckmaster went to Orlando Tuesday at Orlando.Mr. .
spent I landed
cause I the crops} to burn or wither dur- than twice delegatesregistered be in tou 'h"jlh EVERY
on Tuesday"and came home and Mrs..John 'omsell and as many !: Well not? She landed "
ing hot, dry weather. I had attended Sunday; School person in the entire Mary- why
with a new Ford! car. :Mr. Dorcas Bourne, of Tiyoli, 111., arrived j us ever while of him all right, didn't she? :
I county, the
course, state
the organizations
and Labor was not charged against similar meeting.Many ( !,
Dr. Carmine, Rev. and Mrs. 1"01'thrup last Thursday evening are -----
left Monday for St. Augustineto visiting with Mr. and \'rs. I'hipps on cattle. If labor had been charged! at 1 : radical changes were madein !the much offers this priveledge For Contrast. t f.
attend the conference. :Maryland avenue. $2: per steer interest and depreciationon the policy of the Association and larger sense. The Association I The head stenographer was a blonde '

. . . . . . . . . . ... equipment! at f>0 cents, and if feeds I, its wOf k General; S""l'etal'yVeidl..r., amount i in thus of real able and to lasting accomplish good U with vast I again.: "She had to do it," explainedthe 'I''
----- ------- had been charged has been done !
----------------------------------- c as who hud, resided in St. Petersburg, office boy "dark hair looks' fiat

.. ....... .... .. . .... . .... ............. .. I nt cost of production( a net profit of to .Jacksonville minimum'; amount of expendituresin this furniturc.
.. ... I .-.. .. .. . I was asked to move against new mahogany i'i'i
?=-:-: :-:-: : :-: : :-:-:-:-: : :- :-:-:-:-: :-: . "'. . .-.-.-.-.-. .-.-. .- . .- : made. As the both tune and money. I I "
> $S.2! per steer was' amid he direct chnige of the office. .
.:.1 _. t ; money was invested but five months. ,: Thi h > has done. The office, which The Association likewise brings I Imuch i
<- 110CE'TEIt;: : : : SHINGLE: CHEEK ITEMS: I <
> in the cattle, they pair interest on the 'is located nt 212 Kaura Street" is heing enthusiasm and inspiration and IK YOUR CHILD IS CROSS

... ....... .. .... .. .. .. ..- I investment of :$5,312;! :) : at the rate of 215; I Il with new books for 1I i> education directly to the people by FEVERISH "CONSTIPATED t
: : : : : : :-: :-: :-: :-: : :-:-: :-: :-:-: :-: \ (+: : .-= : equipped conventions and institutes. ( j:
One J'll-
cent annum. I
l per per ',lInt library. These Sunday
"II< ing'
Hosier Lau son and :Miss Ethel Lester l\ey spent Sunday on Shingle The profit or loss from such demonstrations ,' "'IO"IIIIl-s will )be available for any ceirt comcntion held at Dayttoa) in Look Mother! If tongue is coated, "

. were married/ al St. Cloud I li' t Satui-, i' (''''pi" i is l always an item which i is l''' person wishing the same who may December I evidence of the value of I cleanse little bowels with "Call- 1

day night. They have: many friends Mrs..J.1': ) Tison left Friday for' extremity variable. When marketed) I'mewls within the I/pounds/' of "Florida. this method The eight! denomination fonda Syrup of Figs." .
here "ho'Ish them a long and happy Rosalie to spend a few days.Delwonil . condi- and operating! Volusia county, in which
I these cattle were in excellent A reading.. l table is also provided, !Mothers lest after \
wedded) life. After a pleasant d.iy I Bass and wife, have movedto I tion for the block, and on a !good market fall I' the latest maga/incs and periodic )Daytojia is situated, were reprl'sl'nt.1 I can easy giving i

-pent with the gloom's parents Sunday our .neighhoi! hood. should) have ought at least Sri! :!- our always to he found! there. ', ed. The Baptist church in | ay.ona: , "California Syrup'of Figs," because In

they returned! to Kltsmimee.Quite 1 i Paul Yates retuined Saturday from cents a pound. At such a price a vemyeomfortahle motto ud; pled, for the liy where the convention was held was 1' a few hours all the clogged-up waste J,.1
The year filled at each session. The I Iof
a little excitement was caused .Ociwe.W< I piolit would have. been exchange )I bile and fermented food \-j
the Association is MKM'ING: : :(; KVKKYSUN'llAY ; !: ideas the of sour gently
last week when Joe Ward 'v. Ivey Sunday \i"ltin association workers,
cine day ; spent realized by tinfeeder.. It will be I
:; SCHOOL.( The Association -
of his chased datives I the new friendships formed, and the' moves out of the bowels, 'and you have ,
with the
help dogs, a I I1 noted that these cattle dressed out
Kis-I living, I the only organization in '
huge wild cat through the yard off 1 1t yL.Valter: Bionsoii, was a 1''H JlJ'/i: cent which clearly shows inspiration of the general !rllUIl'I'in-r'I'! a well, J playful child again. -
per ; the Slate; whose i is to helpevery
t the
lost the trail in the hammock ahoutIIIIIPM , : R. I L. 1\"Y spent""Tuesday here they would have sold well on any good the ,work puposes]that there will year nothe and supper wi.s served in the (Congregational this harmless: "fruit laxative. j
1-0 ( church while
,o tIi'tud.. having chased t Uhe I utttle market. "From' these data it ,isevident the }Duvtonaband ,
School of the
cat since sun rise, scanned home fiJrlunih ; :-:..:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:..: .: :-:--:-:..:-:. 'I that cattle fattened' on the Countii'.i one Sunday where n'ramf.l'do'k: in any is he- rendered' charming music. Numerous i Millions of mothers keep it handy because -
J. K.: and personal testimoniesvert* pub they know of its action the
and to phone Lupfer alit sorghum make as good beefas he touched l on
gm done that will not by
(Ii;i. I II( 1'i.Uher of Kissiininee;' to Ming .:. PLEASANT: \. .\I.I.EITEIS: : 1 do. torn fed cattle.It I the inn influence) of the organisation. Thepuipo.c ll'I'I'n, /: of the value both to in- stomach liver and bowels is prompt ;
dl\ Idual"
und to schools of
then dog. I Cpon thou miiMil they : I is also" to l he paiticulaily noted of the Association. 1 is tne conventions and i '.
' munysided. sure.
found the cat dead near the placesheie .:-:-:-:-:-. :..:..:..."': : :-:" :-: :> ) that a tell\\ balanced r..tlO1Ii' obtained 1| It work, of course, through in Volusia county.
General SecretaryVeidler is Ask for 50centbat >
, the trail, lost. planning your druggist a
\ < was I from the feeds all of which
\ and with the denominations, seekingalwav
:Mr. Kuren of Orlando and Huth .lames Campliell( has moved on Ihe'hlll'y were grown: on the fuim. The ration , h denomination in much work for this year along! of "California Syrup of Figs; ,.
to help
\\ place, recently vacated by ( 'a these lines. He was in I'ensacola for
motored to Kissimmee. :Sundav > -
llaixey u"edIIS such that when the animalswere which contains directions for banes
individual advances. The ,
1 association -
't"I'ItH" I Ihtn Bather.Hufu.s each fed a three day meeting! the Kth! !Hh, and
full feed steer
was ,
Sir. the Thomas and family anal G.; It.BUI'IH'tt I on never mgunisenew/ schools.It 10th( of this month. He went to children of all ages and for grown-ups r
and :Mrs Longonecker were
15 J pounds of milo maize chops :10:!() also seeks. to inspire the teach-
guests of the G i. B. l.awson home on took dinner with T. Murphy I pounds of kahr silage, with all the I leis nod officers to better things and i
Sunday.Ailhur. I Sunday. alfalfa hay and sorghum hay it
ideals by magnifying thegreat
higher ,
Pearl with !
Thomas .
Belle spent Sunday I
Haye and wife Lily i would If the nutritive ratioof ; work of the teacher. It thus
and Charley Ilughey, C. :M. Smith; and I her grandparents at St. ('loud.Five this ration was calculated: on the directly" pushes its influence through Eugene C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. t. Barber Sec'y.lreas.: ",
wife, Fred, Joe and Lena Harvey and more pupils were enrolled at basis of digestion i : given
.the teachers' into the hearts and minds
Evelyn Smith all attended the preaching the 10 Pleasant total Valley enrollment school January of thir- by hear/, |t/will be found: give ''of I !growing boy y- and !girls, helping!
making a
church at
y services at the Baptist about ort part protein to 8.9! parts .
t, in attendance. thus. to develop fKTMos citizens, fa ,
'I Eat; Lake Sunday morning.. ty; twenty-live daily 'arhoh'dr t*$, which is fairly closeto hers iind mothers. This l.> In nt1 accomplished ..
J. E. Harvey and C. F.. Smith were accepted standards.The where the best county organizations -
summoned as witnesses in a case to results of this feeding demon- exist. .

be tried in the criminal court at Orlando stration together with many others I The association likewise acts as a !

this week. conducted along similar lines, are clearing house for all good methodsof ,j,
.Miss Iva Niswongcr spent Satur- Southwestern Beef gradually bringing the people of the Sunday School work. Being '
day and Sunday with her parents at Great Plains region to realize that I of the International Sunday School part Bryan Realty Company ,

Shingle Creek. Her sister, Miss they have been losing by not feed- Association, it is always in touch with

Edith. and their cousin Miss Andrey ing out their own cattle. In years I the most modern and improved meth- Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, t
Neiswonger of Kansas City, returned Milo. Alfalfa. Sorghum and KaffirAre like the prestnt: one, very little feed- ods. Immediately these are found it :
with her Sunday afternoon.We -Economicat Feeds for Finishing \ ing will be done in this section but them on to the Florida field. Opposite Graystone Hotel 1

regret thAt Mrs. T. A. Hughey Cattle for Market. sentiment is growing in favor of full passes Not only that, but in a reverse wayit

is" still very ill at her home and her feeding. The Panhandle lands and gives a kind of telescope view to
friends are hoping that she will soon For many years the Panhandle sec others in this section have been largely the Florida schools, so that they may j
recover from the serious operation tion of the' Great Plains region has broken up into small farming areas. I ,
which she recently underwent at Or been famous for its stock cattle, and These farms yield products which or-

vk'. t lando.Mrs. Joe Ward and Mrs. Bennie the have steers gone and to fill calves northern raised and there corn- dinarily fed to live are stock most, and profitable the demon-when ,' STATESBORO MINISTER Orange Groves Timber ends., We Pay Taxes fer.goa>rs.l.

ir /ys4I McClellan and their children were the belt feed-lots to turn the corn and strations referred to in this article Cattle Ranches: Country' and ideals and Act as Owes.'.

W\'? ,, ,! guests of Mrs. Smith and Evelyn ,on Other feeds of that; section Into beef. show that good beef cal. be made by GETS REAL HELP city Properly Agents for Rental I ,

Thursdays A great many c:. 'rn-belt farmers owe their use. The feed raised on pan- :
.... their prosperity to the Panhandlesteer handle lands must be fed to cattle'
Rev. J. Powell Tells How He Found
that has converted their cheapcorn
C'OPOtiW yrtiMfi': P'r4 }4 in order to get a satisfactory return
C Cs' :>C 4. } into beef. New Strength to Give to
0 high-priced |I from it. Therefore, as Panhandle ---- ---
His Labors.ReV' .
EAST LAKE +} Early farming in the Panhandlewas farmers learn to utilize these feeds
} done only by the "nester," who, I and finish their cattle more and more J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga., r

.: : :-:-:-:- :-:- : :-:. : : :..:..:-: :-: :-> not having range enough for his [cattle will be fed each year. It is not I suffered that from they stomach affected troubles his seriously -
tie to buy feeders, was forced
or money beyorM, the bounds of possibility to
"-- :Mr. and Mis. C. C. Newton of St. to sell the feed he raised to the suggest that the Great Plains region I lIe stru /'e-led on under the handicapas
of Kissimmee
The Favorite Store I
Mrs. I best he could -hardly realizing, I
Cloud were !guests of Mr. and 1 big cattlemen for "roughing" their I will eventually become an important ,
Joe Ward Sunday. Mr. Newton returned cattle through the winter or haul the source of finished beef, with a perhaps, just how much his sicknesswas

home Sunday. Mrs. Newton grain to town and sell it to the grain er output than was given during rl'at'l hurting hi"" .
and little Myrtle remained' for several I dealer. In this way the Panhandle days. This condition can be I One day he learned of Mavr's Wonderful .
days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Ward, also became famous for its !grain sorghums realized by using home-grown feeds I I Remedy. lie took the first dose

und Irs. 113c l.eJhua. which are grown in place: of such as milo, kafir, sorghum hay and -then decided to take the full treat- FURNITURE ?

Howard Tison was the guest of Gilmore corn and can be produced at little kafir hay or milo silage and feeding ment. He wrote:
"Since the six bottles 6t -
using your
Sullivan Sunday. them to home-grown stock
Iledditt cost.But with the coming of the stock: wonderful remedy- feel like anotherman. ,
:Mr. and Mrs II. G. son, 1 It has been wonder to
Redditt farmer a gradual change is taking The Last Word. quite a 1
Mr. and Mrs. ,
of Taft
Jake, place in the methods of handling cat- The magistrate was examining a me to know how one could have a
of Kissimmee, motored: out and tle.fen] have learned that with the witness, to whom he remarked: stomach disease like mine and live

at the home of George. Sullivan cottonseed 'meal produced: in the "You admit :you overheard the and do the work I did. I just escapedthe -WE HAVE IT !
and family. II. 1'on Tindall and Miss Susie ( southern and central sections of Texas quarrel between. tHe defendant and.his I operating table.
"Now I eat what I please asd
Mra..M. P. Tindallon added to the forage and grain Sorghums wife ? can
Sullivan called. on raised in the Panhandle, theycan "Yis, sor, I do," stoutly maintainedthe it doesn't hurt me night or day."

Wednesday.Earl Suli- fatten cattle. The chief disadvantage witness. ]\fayr's'or Remedy gives
visited Maynard
Barber it the long haul to market Tell the (court if you can, what he permanent results for stomach. liver
van Sunday.Mr. after the cattle are finished. seemed to be doing."He and intestinal ailments. Fat as much '
and Mrs. Plant Tindall Misses In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete ,
In certain sections of the Panhandle seemed to be doin' the lis- and whatever you like. No more dos '
Callie, Susie and and: Nellie Tison Sullivan; were where irrigation! is practiced a great tenin'." tress after eating, pressure of gas in line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, sad

Dewey, Kate Murray deal of alfalfa is grown. During the the stomach and around the heat. Get handle reliable
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hughey!
guests fall of 1914 and winter of 1M5! one Cause. for Wonder. one bottle of your druggist npw and
Sunday afternoon. of the leading stock farmers-of that I'n1i..nee-They say .he is a self- try it on an absolute guarantee-if

Joe Susie Bass Sullivan home last was Friday.Mr. a visitor. at the I section the department in co-operation carried: with out an a agentof cat- made man.Patriceisn't. it a wonder he didn'tIjl'ive not turned.satisfactory money will be re- Bed Room Fur iture, Dining i i

and Mrs. J. E. Ti"on'iKit..1 at I himself a better-looking face'! I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I.. Sullivan tle-feeding demonstration, using only I Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
the farm and
the feeds grown on purchasing ,
Sunday. -

daughter Mr. and Miss Mrs.Evelyn C. ,:M.Joe Smith, Fred and and I The grain no concentrates used was at milo all.and the .: : :--.- : :-: :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: :>o-----x-----o-....: :.......... :-:- :-: :-: :- lor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,

and Miss Lily Bell and roughage consisted of alfalfa hay, I
Lena Harvey and kafir The Couches Etc.
Charley Hughey of Union Center attended sorghum hay silage. ; .
church at East Lake Sunday steers were high-grade Herefords of
good quality. They went into thefeed Dixie Limited lc l
-morning.Mrs. : I
Miss Helen lot in good condition: and were
Barney Bass of Mrs.and W. H. Sul- given good care throughout the feeding This store ii malting a record for itself in the matter e/
Bass were guests /
livan and daughter Susie, Saturday ( peiiod. The feeding was done helping people to outfit homes. Come and see. Our prices are ;
twice daily' and an accurate accountwas ,.
afternoon.Sullivan and children of St. kept of all feed used and the Effective January 12th right i
gains of the cattle.The .
and Mrs. - ------
of Mr.
Cloud are the guests ----
obtained given below
Joe Bass and family. figures are :1 Leave Jacksonville 9:55 A. M.
: :
Tindall of Barton
Homer and Clay East Lake Number of cattle: _ _ __ nU 70' TOOLS fOR ENGINEERSNo
church at
l' Lake attended Original weight (avg) Ihs_ 1,0311: I'

Sunday. visited Miss Final ranch wejght (avge! ) do 1.:11\7! <\ 'i Fast Through Truiit to Chicago
Miss Callie Sullivan _do HUli: 'I j jt
Susie Sullivan on Thursday.Mr. Total gain per steer - 1.2INAvg. I matter what l kind of an Engine yon hire-Ga*, Steam,
udo J :
K. C. soling wgh. <(< u\'g )
J. I R. Donegan and Gordon; Bass ======= VIA = == = I It hare the Toel
shrinkage to mksndo IUI! Railroad or Stationary Engine-we exactly yea
Sunday t
called at the Joe Bass **"on Net gain per head __ _- -do :217 need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc.,
afternoon. / % ._ ___ 151 Macon Atlanta Nashville Evatisville
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bass anJ Nan Average"Feeding daily period gain-- pounds days 2.22 t j all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that wiD.urpri.e

cy Griffin called on Mr. aufl Mrs. of 7.36 cts. This store has the reputation of handling only
and Sun- Total cost steer Observation Cars: Steel Pullmans I! you.
Buck Bass Saturday night per pound _ __ ._ __n_. 875.88 t hardware that it of superior quality and you will make DO mistake

..1. day.Mr and Mrs. A C> Alderman attended called Average and 8.7 selling cts. per price Ib___at___8.8__ $108.85 Free Choir Curs. Di l1i. g Curs in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock.

I l on Joe Ward Sunday. They. Freight, commission, etc.___ 7.20 &

k'church Sunday morning.Rev. Net cash return __n.n_____ $25.70 =
E, A. Milton- of Kissimmee,
Cost of producing feed __._ $14.95
preached three very interesting ser- Profit per head over cost of ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,

mons Saturday night and Sunday. lie production of feed _______ 10.82 Osceola Hardware Company
of J. E.
entertained at the home
was Dressing percentage _______ 62.5
Tison. The shrinkage on these cattle was Standard Railroad of the South .

There-are said to be 800 vies for unusually large, the} cause of which '

whicKegrowsthrougbouttroptcal was not ascertained but was probablydue

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HH1BI 1 V1V.V. y-TTT ? January 8th the cere- ST. '
moiJ7' being performed by the Rev [Corn Club 'Winner SPECIAL REPORT. Sunday school, Sunday morning at
b ;; .:; G. ,H. Northrop, pastor/ of the M. E.: - Ilia. 9:45. C. :A..Carson's adult Bible class
Notes church of National) Stock Yards,
city. The '' 11 '
Society took place at the parsonage'wedding in the Tapes Short CourseHni Jan. 11, 191-1. at and 10.7 p.Hours m. for The preaching pastor, Dr. A.a. m.J. ,.

( presence of only the immediate 1--- Holt will preach at the tnorninv,! houron
t Harris Editor.) friends of the contracting parties. I Cattle receipts 5,200. Compared Wearing the Yoke. The B. Y. P.
Belle The 'I
(Mettle young couple.are making their with a week ago, yearlincs are selling U. will occupy the evening hour A
home with Mr. and Mrs. E. R Long. I 10 to Ific higher, all classes of good I cordial invitation is extended .to> all

I Request it made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to send items ':j: [prominent enecker, of! families this city.and Both have are from ../. ", fat cattle 15 to 25c higher, while'cun- .' visitors to attend all the services of
scores ners and common stuff are generally- this church. Especial invitation Is 1
of Society Brent to the Editor for publication in these t rof friends who wish them a long and steady. Yearlings are selling at $4.2 extended stranger'8 in the city.
happy wedded *life.TALENT. [ :i.' to $4.40; heretics $5 to $5.COcal: ; ( '
f j
; ,,. . . _ . . . . ........4,10+4 . . . . .. .. '" e TEA f calves $6 to $8; canners $4.15 to AUVEKTISED LETTERS ,
<< .. I Q I II ;;:...- - - - - I $4.25; cutters $4.40 to $1.75; fat cons I' .

ry, TU"Sn't: I (; !MI'SKAI.ECrowded LKACl'i; : SOCIAL Mrs. Overstrect Mrs. Huff and f. _...' I and heifers $5 to $5.50; oxen $3:1 to o; United States Post Office, :
( !Mrs. Paulk f."t heavy bulls $5 to $5.75; light $t rid to kissimmec' Fla., Jan. 10, 1318AiKeitised
r to UN utmost capacityTuesday :.1 Ir, and l Mjs. I.. U. Zimmerman de- the Talent Tea delightfully last entertained !, j $4.85; ulcers. 500 to 700 Ibs. $4 SI to I list for two weeks ending \.
.. 'ehinlC. the Hint !Memoim! ) lijhtfiill\ .teitiuiied t the members of the home of Mrs.Kridiy Overstreet afternoonat I 'j $5.40; 800 to 1100( Ihs $5: .% to .M,'.-,11(). Jun -M, I'.Mli! \: ;
Woman's Club house WIIH the MIMICof 'tli- !-iii'i' I'pwoith: League Friday I Main street. The house on I. Hoif receipts 1 1":>,000 Com; we:!J'rthc ('lIlinin h"m. I>r. U J.; Bass W.
a unique enlcilaminenl which ettu.k it their homon Sunnier decorated with was and prettily I >gs lOc higher; top $7.0()">: lightweights n.: Mitilull, John ; Pains John;
cut .
I charmed nil present ,t t..ut. .." business', meeting was called I A "cat" contest dowers; ] ferns. '' \ I and pigs were ha1 1 10 I '-ell PIIMII-, l'. A.; Pony Frank. Simon,
The reception': was given by the | for the !purpose! of appointing ain th' afternoon, Mrs.was Harmon enjoved during' ; ,,I and the hatter were lr to ?:.c I llwei.; Walta i ; Way. Will.
members of the club and after a few 'v' picsidiMit and treasurer' as NIr winning I ,ith manv unsold Hulk of :lu ,trod I H, B. Simpson,
words of weleome h)' the piesident. I' and Mrs /ininiiiiman, who hold these I the prize told. to Later do the each of the guests: ",I hog 1C.O; Ibs.,up sold at $ vi;. .r,, Postmastei. ft ,
Miss DunoKiui, Die ,program, "ffh"H. me going to move to StIon.I were first thing they ., Digs 100( () to 110: \ Ibs jIj.2; I to *"'ii.r-l; ( ; : .
I |I remembered, which caused much mernment ; ; : '. f"I' '.'., HI: -r;i HOI'(; nr OK
Avail placed in the hiimJK of :'lls..J., MWillmm ; < they he woikederv 'Jheie were about of light pigs $5.rO to PUSS; l on" : Nor( ) 'to)
rendered Yjnllifullv. I the league teal we shall ': to $ .1) r., and was us III ,
for-I : the ladies present A silver offering/ Y National live Stock ( ".\ little t'xercise( before bieakfastgixcs
IOWH I ,".iiUinh miss. them/ :Miss, J Ruth( (Claik.i f. 'null. )
L : amounting to seven dollars taken
; was -- -- heaity: appetite"I
l !Ixm Ago. I appointed I .It'llt.. :Miss Elsie : one' a
of ( ; -
Songs) ( pn .
: foi the benefit of the r
society A dleinous nsk it, said the com-
I4 "Olil( Hunilievl," uhoiiisAdiiu"s :\oilini<:' \ tnrc-pr'tsidenl. ', und Miss' Alma I salad o .V !'olCkal1'1.. I "I I coiililnt
f I A "Musii: and I Iti (hanns," I diifliii; tuasuier The business course tea were served I ) ... "Specdit, i CM,'ta nly does 1..11'n'' muti'r.,i "'"
Mrn .1. :MS'ilM! >n. Jr milling' \I'll' adjourned iintl' a social ., ., ., i . about the g-distanie trips, he t.ikesin "\\ hnot/
,,1 "Juamtu' and "Old() Joe," linui 1toll0n (.d 1 E'h: of the guests, "('(1111111N1'I'1' DAV I his auto" I "J f 1 \\oil\cd, up an appetite forln'al.fl.1
: violin selection) :Miss Ouida M alloy. | w rrt'. given a ( liilhi'n-pin and some I I ;Itf I "Well, there ought to be plenty of it could, take timeto eat
( ) "Hen Bolt: vocal duett :Miss"s t ( reinjiapiM" and told! l to .Ness it like I I: Saturday afternoon will be "Com I II r" yarn in a long spin." i it, and thin I I'd miss my tiain"Keeps
Peggy: Holilutt, and Klla :Mae Cilhcit;, u .!"II.'Ihell they were nil dressed 'I munity Day" at the Hurt Memorial I I
G. Reading "Old Folks 1 at JlOIII" Mis, | it was decided,!, Hint ':Miss Mattie Belle ( lub Mouse Rest Room and tea will I DWIGHT Ft'NKDwight
ji- i Earl Lu I ]Hulls' ' had the best dressed. doll ]Lat- be served from1:t to 5 o'clock, with Funk, son of Mr and Mrs
C 11. Funk of Hilliard's
I "Old Folks Home," viral iU| :il'- "I'I in the Xiiiing: 11 guessing contest, a charge) of ten cents for tea and Island win. I .
t tct. Misses, Spear' and :Mallo\, 1I1t'HHI'.1'' "lo\e in u kiti'hen, ," was enjoM-d cake Come' and tell your friends to F I nee of the lust prize in the lloj's Corn
(flub 1 ) work Osceola
in leftTuesday
Smedal and'! .l. I.. (Oerstieetat , MitMal: : ot1 (Oveistieit won the pyre ionic It will be a "lI th tient" and :, county
Plow Gritty; Sweet Afton," and : a Ixauliful' tinted< pKtuie Dainty) lefi everyone will, pay for their own re- for the(iainc'sxille; short where he is I
"Wait for the Wajron" \' State
Pierre toastid ni.'irslimulliiws were served the benefit of I the club but just to pay .tlnaersily." __ 1 .' I
I ":'Ilak""k in the (old, ('01,1 (dtound; ," :111'mnnu'nnut. i ; was assisted III for the .ten and lake, etc I If you feel I' '
( MM OP TII.\.
and .No., Sii,' \o< iil, with guitar at'-' : ,li\. :Mi,r. and Mis G. 'V. /Pel friendly come and get acquainted If 1 I\S
com""ill1t'lil., .1. 11.: Willson, .I li"Thoht '. son" 'those. present w ere: :Ml and you don't feel I 1 lendly 1 ionicunywuy I It is with heartfelt thank1,, w > ,n ,islto hot 36 hours' '1!
f Sings Our :Slot. her. I t.ed: to Mis: I''" sons. :Mis, (;rad\, :Misses ( 'iiiha .- ':11..1: iiiltlxate I the habit of lenillini'ss expuss 0111' algn"iHtiiin for the I .
Sing" voiul, ::Mai"'Kin ('nisun, '1t..I11"j ( iMistiKt, EllaI".* dillieit;, It is the h.imiicst thing in the woild )Kind -\input ll\' shown through actions,,
panted by. 1111'''. :Marston. ('aisonuitiiir Ruth ('lalk. :label, 1 C""I"I"l'"I. I'aiah; CTI'1'.SIIU" l and l word" during the grout soiiowwi Keeps cold 48 hours
i K<- | thustoi,'\ ofiuiie and S 11 nil 0 Milk; Gladys; : ( aslrr.i 1 i\:_ IMNi: : ; 'r.\IR J hate !been culled. upon to beat/ in

"j rie," 1 Mis t , 1 Ell': 1 I I.upfei"Annii" I I.ihan, , I'n-ntis' Nina liialton, :Mattie tin. loss of our l bcloM'd\ child "\' our .
/, .IIIIIIK." \,"',d. Miss I Ella: Hi Hillni/, I "''us, l.lsic: :'<0:01: lOll. MissisI :Mis II C. Stanford will havoF *si--t" (1"1'i II".I"h") the Si lioi. ..ilm.itelodge Prices from $1.00 up .
i 'huge of the tol"'d.. '! :
Mae (dillieil; I lIa'l"i lt.lrr i anil I Earl.: Cusvgtr. program of Odd lillows :\i<: 71 L i.111'
\0.,1., 'Ill the regales i i \Miklentei't iinineilt
Ihiouirh the KM, .
"COI11II1I.( l\'a..ltnmeel'olunteer] ,, I firemen 1 1 ( .11'piiiteis' ) .
f'Itltilil'I: 'I I EHIi; ; of the Hint Memoiial: Womiin'il >
Miss Spt.u Union, I the I oval Order, of
"When SIIHJJ )js S\Mot" ami Alt,- I L.\IIIES l l: i\:: 'I'LRTMNMis I at I the ilulihoiise of the 0rgurntlion,\ :Moose, lii>\iis] other loving; f"I'" Sec .

Kent" xoiiil Iluiolil SIIH'dall'lth MO' formerly known as the 11'1'1'l i :Ml. and :Mis" Albert Ilulingotue' ,,, .
r f Jill olilitfntu. hMi: Oind( :'II alloy. : liMiiye;" I Doni' al1, :Mis. T House, next I rl"'kday e-M-nn'g |
"Dan hiinnelt; and (llixie I, ," -kitih, :1Io.el li y. IMis" LusKand. Miss: ,, las '1'111'I. pn.grant! will .b.<. one of Milt:: lIal 1 :\1I n.M.--; T
Mist Kli/iilxth: .. Aultinun"Dixie 'II' l..ill''I'. | were" iliaiiiiing! hostesses mil lest .ml 1 among. the numbs" >\ ill I ,j- COLE JEIVELR
i :' MKiil :Miss Sui1.HSlIlII.I.LOW ,. Spi.n. : \\"i,,ilni, 'sda afli niniiii' i nlei, taming at In. miisie'tll si.In lions b\ :Miss |b'.hop ,' :\<: is h"I'hy' given thai the
1t | the Halt :Mcmoiiil. "'"ilia; ,,'s ( 'lull ol 1 ond 'du! Lai, \\ is Miss: IL multoa. \iiiiuil :Meiting. of tin S'o 'knilili'is
!\ ( It().\S'I' l>iiililing, 'J I lie I'U"1 /' mimlnisiif of loionto., (' alldI"" \im of the <'oSOLlIIATEI:<: ( i HIM: WindowGIRAJYSTONE
I he l'ret-htellut l Aid, so- ,strong, f"iinillj of :Minneapiih ;. I ( 'ti111'ANI'wtli: / :<: be held at the ofluc
]nvilnti ors, were si'nt List: wick for clely and then" ', fi" u'nils. The 1 oiiasionwas I of tlu ( 'iinipaiiv Kissimmee) e, I'lor I .
PIUS'ILI.ElIBIWIIIEln:: ) : ('it'll't'he
,,nch funilK on Ililliaid's Island to lie mi ufti i'noon tea and Iift4sh. I ,ida on Monday the 7th d.iof I'ebruai I
present ut a marshmallow roast j given milts of ,.,sanilw'he's' cake and tea \ 1'lld: ) ;, at ten o'clock, for the purpose I
i I Priscilla Lmlnoideiclub
by Sir. and !Mrs Ira Wetlu'rlne at wile served was:) of ,electing ducctois,,, and for the I
I'lIt"I'IIIII1,1 last afternoon
their home "I ike lireezoq' Friday i i I Those present were: Mrs. Lasley Satuidav liunsaction, of such other business as
Mis II. A. Colton. The
/ bv afternoonwas I
t eve. All responded/ promptly t.. the I II| Mis: W. J. Witherspoon Mrs. George; : in social I may be ought before .said! meeting
call aCCept lr Funk whose health I I 1 Donegan, ills Walters Mrio.1'. Moselc iileusHiitly spent conversation W. B. CKAWKOK1),
I and ". 'fhosepresent
s would not permit hm. presence, much i 'Y. Mrs. Skinner Mrs. W J. Kripp fancy WOI 4 1-:!'t Secietary
Mrs. H. :'II. l'
l to the regret of everyone there. Some I Mis Williox. Mrs L. M. Kenton, were :
'' I Mrs A. A. Wentle Mrs. A. L.
arrived at early candle lighting: Miss Lassie Lathrop. Miss Melvina ann'l
Mrs. 1' K.
Mrs J.
others come later. The pietty little Haekofen, Mrs Boguc Mrs. Paver, ens Sellers
'I Griffin; Mrs Belle Modi., Mrs.
vineclad bungalow: was brilliantly I| Mrs Fred Hruenhoffer Mrs J. W.
E. Mrs. Ella Wilson.. Theclub (
cheerfulness. the Miller Mrs. Miss Jean :
I lighted lending a i Caldwell Caldwell -
I6 ; 11 surroundings which seemed to SUK-: I| Dr. W. H. Witherspoon Mrs. I'Sarah will Cohoo meet. tomorrow with Mrs. HOTEL
gent a welcome to each one of the Uoner, Mrs. Evans Mrs. Souders, * *
t party. Down on the lake shore a I Miss Margaret| Lasley, Mrs Thorn- CHURCH SOCIAL
h campfire was burning:, and soon the ton, Mrs C. L. Hyatt, Mrs. Wilson, ,,,,. ? "ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA"r

1 roasters were there with sticks and Mr K. P. Butler. Miss Ruth Butler The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian --- r* L. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .
r' marshmallows enough we venture the Miss. Grace Nelson and Miss Lucy church will give a social at

3' assertion to disturb all dreams that Witherspoon. titr I the Chapter House Thursday even- Is now under the management of O. C. PIERCE, formerly of the Mount Washington,
i t. nlirht. After a real g od time in *
tI If; general, I both old and young repaired MRS. WAGNER; HOSTESS I ting o'clock, January, to which 20th are, beginning invited not at only 7:10 Bretton Woods, N. H., and the Tampa Bay Hotel. Courtesy of Golf Links offered guests by

t to the house again where fun and Mesdames L. II. I fall the members of their own church Kisiimmee Golf Club. Many improvements now being made in hotel and grounds.
tt games were enjoyed till a late Ingram Pledger, ,u"nd congregation, but all friends and
:Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee are splendid I' E. K. Wells, Misses Pe/fgy Bobbitt
community, as
entertainers, although they are traveling 'I Lottie and Lola Lawler Maud andLouise well tourists and
: ,down life's hill their hearts are Thomason, Ella May Gilbert, I sojourning as in our midst! strangers A silver now offering -
evening Louise Clark, ''Lilla Reikart Nina
still your, and the pleasant ,
will be taken the
C' .. will Ionic to remembered by each individual llratton, Ouida Maloy, Mrs. W. N. ing. even.. ,
present who were: Harris and Miss Dean motored to the M "C .
\. ,
to Mr. and .Mis. Guy McLano;Mr.-and pleasant country home of 'Mr. and TO ORGANIZE MUSICAL CLUB \\1 h1t h1
'R IF :Mrs. C. H. Funk, Dwight Funk, Mrs. Mrs. D. G. Wagner for a "spend the .W ./I/ -/MV> .. .../UV -/US> wIJlss..SlJp.i .

1'j Sprenir, Mrs. E. F. Masters Mrs. Dr. afternoon" Thursday. Refreshmentsof A number of persons interested in
Funk Mr. and Mrs. I. II. We'herkeI fruit cake, and lemonade fruits, musical affairs/ are holding a meeting
Irene Milliard, Mr. James Milliard, hosiers The guests were members Woman's. Club building to organize
+ Mr. p.< v. Oomartie, of Kissimmee. uf Mis Wugner's Sunday school classof a musical club
I; st '" the Methodist church.IIASSL.IWSON. ,
(w MRS. ZIMMERMAN : Said She When is a man happiest r THE FAMILY STOREANNOUNCES

1 I ? j
fk Mrs. George; W Persons entertained Miss: Knhv? Ethel: Hass" d.uighter of | lIe-When he is, "next" in a ,
..y Tuesday afternoon with U {farewell;'' :Mr. and Mis: Z. Mass ,of Kissimmee, 'rowded barber shop When is a
? party for Mrs 1 1.. U Zimmerman and, tordun; KOSIIM I I.awson, son of woman happiest? I
.\x v' Two (guessing: contexts amused the :Mi and :Mis G.; H Lawson, of Union Said She \Vhen she gets "next" ,,
guests daring the fatemoon one he- ,, (:inter, were! married in St. (loud, to a hccrttC" .
I: I ing "Animal Twists" and the other I
I't > contest in which piituies" Line of Made to Measure ClothesWe
.''Viii_t .'I, j: .'I a hung magazine:on the wall represented l VU"-1. ......<..:-** :'<":"X..:":-.......-:"MKINSURANCE-.''....'.'<":..........._..._....._......_..._.............. .'T_. "...-.............._......_....T.t ....._............-..-........."....... Spring
"i< m Ous popular magazines, the '
'-: I f y'< :, which the guests were asked" to iruiss. Have the Most Complete Line of FEATHERWEIGHT FABRICS
,17,. Both contests furnished! surprises. t and REAL ESTATE l' .
I j. Y Refreshments of fruit salad, hot Ever Shown iit This City.

,,,41? chocolate and cake were seived 1.I : Lei. insure our Life :
us Health Properly.
I I'' While the guests were at the table ) your your )
I. they were requested to write a short I i I SUITS PRIESTLEY'S AEI POnE $18 75
: Information in regard to property for i
poem in farewell to !Mrs Zimmerman I'I'f
< suit.
while Mrs Zimmerman also wrote one sale( and rent cheerful'y given. t SILTEX
in farewell to her fi lends. Many KOOL KRASH, $10.50, $11.25 $16.50.

IU': clever bits of verse were the result I I In addition to fifteen other-good companies, we : j I 12.75.PRIESTLEY'S.
jf 1. I, of this feature of the afternoon's inter IMPORTED SHANTUNG
.,/f': '1.\1\ (;. tain me nt. I II' : now represent the well)) known 5: I If Crasho, $13.50.) and ENGLISH ESCOI TO.SILK
As of honor Mrs. Ximmermanreceived
guest :
'I I, beautiful calendar in which f HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of New York :::
a x.. Silk Stripe Wool Crash, $15.()() We have Something
of the hostess
,1 was a photograph ::1:>> G. 'V'V' i
GrN': 1 :
Misses. Helen !
rt 1 Those present were: ," PRIESTLEY'S Non Curl. Cloth Lining and Vest made of the

(.:;:) .".' Jon Ella i,Mae Cecilia Gilbert Overstreet"online" Ruth Gilbert:(lark,, ',' Second Floor Citizens Bark Eldg. l Kissimmee, Fla. : $16.50. same cloth.If .

. Nina Bratton, Alma Griffin and Mesdames . O---:... ..:-:.:-: .--:-:...-.:-:-:-:..,..: .-... -:->:-:-:..: ."') .:-:..".->-:-:- I it is new, we have it.
f" i .' Chapman and.immerman.. 4 IMPORTED COTTONETTE $9.75 Eightyears'
* I experience in

ta Iv. ;i I''TIII.srsTims ............-..-.......-._.-_.-..-..............-............"."' ......................................".................."x.-r.. . '...............................;...."......".."......................".....1 suit, two colors. a'nd fitting Men's measuring Wearing-

tt. The newlv elected officers of I the i y'j' I If PURE IRISH LINEN $12.75, Apparel. Get the Benefit of
Sisters after their first I
ii .) I meeting Pythian at Fraternity hall vesterday :f VISIT THE' ::::1 I $13.50. Our Experience.
'. i afternoon invited all the memberspresent .1. "
, and a number of friends to a 1
,1 P l L b '
b. : tea at the Hart :'IlemorialVoman' W1' :E:
).. : club building The afternoon was

'" i'It very The pleasantly officers who spent acted as hostesses I It' I! i Broadway Cafe r Wish to call your attention to our LARGE and COMPLETE SHOE

,1' .. ,' 'were: Mrs. J. K l.upfer Mrs II. M. ': f f DEPARTMENT. We Sell the FAMOUS SELBY SHOE For Ladies and
. ; Breaker,. Mrs. S, G. Kagsdale! :Mrs ,,
i 'j.;' ; \ Holmes Prather, Mrs '1'. W. T.llis ,, ( Under New Management) .f BOSTONIAN For Men. Fit qi ht. Prices Right. What More Could

I r ,Mrs. V. R. Ellis Mrs. L. K. Farmer, I Ii :;. ;
;i Mrs. Lane Paulk and Mrs. J. E.i :: TONY JjAMPSON Prop.Fresli : you wish for? I

Smith. ,. q 1, .-.
The guest!! present wereMrs.. L. {. ..z.I
'}I. Ingram: Mrs-' ,... J. L. Heaman, Mrs. "" ysters Daily Regular Dinner j;: Knox Hats Lion Shirts Lion Collars
r 4 X P. Butler, Mfff./ II. M. Breaker Mrj .
: 8. E. Gardner, Mrs. JL. R. Farmer, h: Quick Service ;

I ':street Mrs. T., Mrs.M. Rivers Lane, PatTm Mtj;*.Mrs W. Over-J. Z. i Our Tailoring and Dry Cleaning Department is Complete

f it- Roberson, Mrs. Mary E. Waring, Mrs.Mrs. Opens 5 A. M. Closes 12 P. 1I M. ASK FOR PRICESTHE
Thad Oliver, Mrs. -F. C. Bryan,
Mrs. J. A. .
Homes Prather, Mrs. S. GrcRsnsdale, FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMENGive -.
Mra. J. M. Smith, Mrs. II. M. Porter FAMILY STORE
a, :Miss Elizabeth' Donegan, Mrs. W. R.

:,t .? Tyn e1', M. T. W. ElHs Mrs. H. R. Us a Trial HARRIS & PEAKE
'lit ;.., :;May. and :Mrs. Roma Thomas.

'p k ,LEAGUE MEETING Special Attention to Family Trade Phone 291 HGB'dw'yNO" I Io&I

: Senior. EpwoU---League; ; meeting

.. "nnday: evening ate p. m. All cor'i'f1IWY ""' "" "A ... "tfU t.A ...
invited to. attend. ..............oooo..o..o.. ............ .oo. ..
5. J T Tt II

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FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1916., THE :' t

Broadway A small unoccupied house located '. STUDENTS' TO BE WAITERS .NOT QUITE CLEAR
at the
VALLEY GAZETTE Fresh oysters
,THE KISSIMMEE on Emmett street =-about three blocks REPUBLICANS TO HOLD Student waiters will be employed '
(T Uphon No. 11.) Cafe.Miss west of Clyde avenue, was destroyedby to seqve! the meal in Princeton.' *?>No ...Id'the 'Ioubrette,' "I'm not
'. Inez Carson spent Thursday fire Wednesday afternoon about J.) University Commons, under a plan as ball' as I'm painted. ,
Published Eyery'Friday By aftrenoon -in Orlando. 1:30 o'clock. The owner of the proo- STATE CONVENTIONThe adopted by the university authorities. "Then why don't you quit paintIng -'

w. B. HAimiB *. K. a, VANS AGNEW erty could notl be) learned. The house Ninety undergraduates have been enrolled T" asked the low comedian. +
Dr. T. C, Cannon, of Jonesboro, Ga., caught fire from burning grass and for the work. Each will serve .

Ott90t is visiting Guy Hammock. .. was a mass of flames before the fire two 'meals a day and. eat the third
Republicans of Florida will
al tt.OtO ooo CtO' with their classmates.
The Broadway Cafe, under new department. was called. name four delegates at large and The authorities believe this plan

Weather Report management: Best meals in the city. I Hon. L. C. Massey, a prominent at- four alternates to the Republican will help to solve the working student Are"Your.Electric '.

Mrs. J. M. Cochrane left Saturdayfor torney of Orlando, referee appointedby National Convention Chicago Juoei i problem and be a step towards col- I
,4 Judge Perkins heard the testi- 7, in a State convention, which lege democracy. : Lights
a visit with friends in Tampa and {I in the Clara B. Clark Art. Southern held at Palatka on Wednesday, February -
Ozona. i I mony Colonization company damagesuit 9. The call for the state convention Out of Fix?
Following are daily tempera has been l issued by Henry S.
: Three 'ards'of lace for 5c at the last Wednesday. The cue :wag
tures and precipitations as reported ) continued for argument pending tran- Chubb, of Gainesville, national committeeman U GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED
Dollar Limit Store Monday morning
'f" by Government station for Florida and chairman Call Osceola Electric Co.C. .
Plaintiff +
at Kissimmee for the week ending at 9 o'clock. .. 1< script of by testimony.Geo. F. Parker, defendants represented !. of the Florida State 'Republican committee I I i "]'our Quick's Chill. Tonic: cured my E. GARDNER, Mgr. ,:
," January 13: M P. Osteen and family, of Or"-" by Crawford and Jarrell. and by Joseph E. Lee of husband of LaGrippe and Fever after .
Max. Win. Rain lando, spent Sunday with Lee Mc- I Jacksonville, secretary of the com- the House Wiring Fixture
{ doctor's medicine and other
\ remedies -
Friday _u_ __ 80 68 Leod and family in Kissimmee. j Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gilpin, formerly mittee. 1 and Repairing
of Winter Home and also former Delegates to the state conventionwill 'failed.
Saturday __ __ 78 59 Regular 5c lace, three yards for 5c residents of Lakeland have come to |I be elected by county conventions, LULA C. ROACH, D'rifton, Fla. 119 BROADWAY

: Sunday __ ___ 77 67 Monday morning at 9 o'clock.. Dollar Kissimmee to make their home. the proportion of delegates each county Sold by Osceola Phafniacy, 25c.
j" Monday __ ___ 78 5fi Limit Store. !! They are living in the Carson addition is to have in the state convention I

' ,: Tuesday __ __ 78 53 .. in North Kissimmee. Mr. Gil- being based on the Republican vote . .-
of Green Cove
Mrs. J. C. Arenburg, dealer in I'eal' cast.
Wednesday ___ 78 58 } has been visiting friends in pin is an extensive :--"O. > *<-:-' "" "" "'X-- "' :--. .' .
; y Springs estate and recently traded with S. H. According to the apportionment of .
Thursday ____ 81 (10 : the city for several days. Aultman for considerable property in delegates a* announced I, O.sceolu
r .!. Miss Helen II. Jones hasreturned and near Kissimmce, giving i in exchange county will be entitled to two dele :I. H. M. BREAKER J. A. BARCLAY ?

<-:.-:-:--:-:-:-:..:..:-:-. -:_.-:..>-o.----<..:- home after an extended! visit.. to relatives some lurm )property near gates. ..I.I. FLORIDA "Thf Lend of Fnchantn..nt."b,ttfing MOT :
Kaptdty DfvmloptJ Than Any Other Stalm n t hm Union
', ....:--:..:--:-:-.:-.:-:-:. in barlow and Plant City. Sand I .I j
--:-:-:-:-:-:-:":--:-:--:"- : ;
Parker visited I News was received here this week, :' BREAKER (<& BARCLAY a
Mr. and Mis. Oeo. F. IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW/
of the: death of George; S. Reeves, '
i The Local Field i i.c on legal Davenport business.this week :Mr. Parker formerly of \Deadwood 1. 1\. I D., in Lo.s, .''_. Real Estate and Insurance City FarnL..d.Prorly .

[ Cantos, California. Mr. Rc.a"p< nl : Kitsimmee Fla. or.n. Mrs. J. K.: Bowen, of )Davenport, several winters in Kissimmee' a num Vihut a (Heap of Happiness il. Would J. M. COOPER. Clerk T :.u L.nd. .

"..:-:-:..:..:-:.-:-:-:-: :..->o.---I----x.-:.... visited relatives and friends in thecity he.of years ago, and has manyfriends Bring to lvissin\mce lIom( ::1. Co/oni.o"l.nd. :{

See A. this week, returning Tuesday. here who will learn of his :._ .k ...
insurance taxes paid.
Fire ,
1 death \\ ith Ro'row.Thc 1 II"rd, to do hourew oak \\ ;uh an aching } -
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 30tf Attorney A. K. I'owers, of Sanford, backI'Ings I 'I'IIII
business visitor. in Kissimmee i many friends of B. J)J. O'Quinn,
was a hours, nf
muttat lei-
Market will sell stall-fed you -
The City this wc..1I" him -
Wednesday, appearing us a witness. in wire sorry see going '
through I'honc44.. sin or" woi k. *
beef January. th ecounty court. of stepping about on on crutches a nail wbikat as the ,result walk If women only 1'0''' llii'" c'a"-- ? IF'PI i J4 1.-' I.OIIti'1 J .I NO. 'j

C. \\'. ;Morsmun, of St. "loud, wasa C. l E. Denifr" of aJ''oo"c'a" ,. a on the new home of '\'. 1 )ltnlur;: o.i that JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
visitor in the city lust Saturday. llac'I: ache pain-, oftea. com fmniv..ik .
Tbuis- tile
hu..ine.'i"lo. ,' in the city on ( 1rd".U\.nll", Mr. Oijiinni,' a- ,t tJ
We fresh cut flower for week 3
. kidneys'I quote beginning January a.follou: ,
. and that
The best l> Uuloied "suits; cull on F. day. foot is' inpldly mipiox .. ouMa- ''i needlesvoc ... .i
.. he will be aljli' to tlnuw the iTuU'hc.aay .- \ )\ p nir< Ro. While and Pink $3.OO and$4.OO per 0.*.
II. l.u\\son... The friend of John F. Waller, will in a few days. l 11"' ,-in's KldirPill' 1, ; m-' fwe.ik American Beauties 10.00 .. J.

)business !i regret to learn that htreceive, ne\s k ,: t.. Carnation, Wlulf and Pink 1.00 '
Ximmeiman was a
I I. U.
visitor to ,Jacksonville I I this I this. week of (the death of his father1 J.I II. I Eslrs: wus clan, d! ninyoi, of Ih l! ,ci! what: a Ki-siMnu: e wi'iiii'ii: I ,II,as of the Valley 1.003.OO \
in :\llIn lipld. Ohio.C )\ Tuft in, u waist eji-ctui'i) !'.,'!.'J! tin-r.t o.i. '''I ' Easter Lillie. i
<; "Butter, Nut" bread, made byHeed's I Tuesday of this wet)k. It i i .-aid that lit-.1." I I.- iLu.t': '. I] e S-; Ki- (. Siveel Peat 2.50" 100
flake\ )'. !a-it lK i 'Vh.11011 want fresh Ii-h of the e\t-r\ ivgi.lfl" cd Voter I In t'lr' I',,'. u't.' ('. -ty-: : hill ; a'> d I 1.1..'.!" i i'ic'yit is Double Violet . 3.00" 100
salt "lpi. vniiily! and the finest oylers -- I Iegisu'ied(( hi, \_ottjit tan! 1'.1'' !! :Mr.KU' --e .f.a'.o me') smelt' \ Ui'i1'' '' I:*. I I'J f Narcissus . 1.00 do*. d
o \buoKsbeh'es. have been offeredto liroiight, to i Ki.sMiunuM cull J. A. .- defeitrd: t A. K.; llojce: 1 by ninem..joiity. : .-" I loii'i'Kidnev, Pil',}' a "!,iri'cti, I
the Kissimmei.1 1 l.ibrarv, as gels i iFat Lancaster, Mam and, Hroaduay.Itcniory ) A. L. Wngl.t :in.dV, l A. t"I,' | tIi."\ I liougb} I r': -Ijef! )'Kid) ,, MISS JEAN CALDWELL, Kissimmee Agent

I Lewis were ( :id, t'd 'il'U-) : I M,< i 1 1m, I"A i IM Pi'-,' ;in, i- a .r< I h-ible, ,} ,) t i n 1 ly n d
( jun-y and tender meats always ) P.Vhi: found at City ..Market 'phone" II. tf ,is uo\\ an untlc'i: M utly to I'"ullc"'I': ton clerk nod4'S'-,', ..',,01 t M. .".:<" ." (/5L;,t.mrnlpelt' /; ' I'c''>MitiJJ. \ ,
soda dlseiiou' nai i-xt-flU'iuc- the Nelvui'ns; ; tll'd..d, tun1, ii. .i. \\'. 1\. '!,1)| I a'i11h ... -
1.; I'. (;iarrett
was n
Atloim-y to Sanford on wcdnoJay. -- Pa'aci'' 1'iug' Stoic. (1"llman.1"; iktfil\ IIK.I: I"d and t.i \ > : { TIIIIKF: :: YE\HS: :: L \TICR4i """ ;;; '''' loJ:..''''PL.. 3.J:J''''' '- ] , "! ."1oo. ;:;:
ill' visitor arats aaaatastrai
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'. All OUI'n'" a yad, hue anti l lome colk- lot.1tha'i1rAed- \' Ie i: -m:1'1, --Mil. :: "I I ;>ni gI.ttl l toariri .
I icr'Hiimend l Moan's, Kidney, !!,
will! 1 '
Sin., s at R4.n(1( $ I..10) selling/ "legulaily at < a at\inil i 9* o'clockat . .. : ', u i.riri'' < in|>'l".;<-d by I . ll-e of the In IK 'lit, thi-V, tti'\\-\ sir..
Knur' Quality I bt> told i Monti.iv nioinitur
Mime: better. F. II. l.awC. : DollarLimit the Inw-Millcr) : Tuipi-ntine> i'oiniany> "I'l'' ne ",'11.. at all dealerDon't. "
a"d.00.( thieiyards i for "i cents at its plant six nulr,, IMHIII' \ 01' iisiminee ,- -nnpl\,,,,) ii-U fo'1 a Kidnev )renu'dy g::> 1
)1. I i I Slo"'. I II was accidentl.x, ) k'llicl l I by, !tinilisthaivc .- IIITI'S, Kidiev, Pill- 111<' -anie that I PREPAREDNESS r [ [ IS l mf t

C. K.: Smith of the City Market IE.1:. Slernberg, of Lakeland representing ," of his ion, Fun last !I'! ,iday :MiHeaniun, ; < lots talc )recommendcl.F. ) I.I. I. WORDt
made a I business' tap to Oilaiulo on the Continental Public night, while Ill'Va.... clulbin. { a at- -i 31111" art (('0" 11 Opt' ., Buffalo..
Monday.: I Works company, builders, of sund-us- coon to d uth. The aci-iivnt occiuit" I N. Y.
phalt pavement, was u visitor of the in a dense swamp, where McNi-il: ; ; was ----
Buy Heed's! Bakery I bread. Auk city this week. hunting! with am-lher. "" "' )got.' He Lo.>l.-d\ 'I hat, \< uj.
to scud l it when you 'Wounded a ''oon whit fell to the "I 1 want a man, that doesn'tmoke)
your order., :3-Jt! ) The U. I II C. held a culled meetingon : ground. As !McNeillvas, clubbing. it or dl i ink." \4 .
at the Hart the butt of his Another Cold Spell
Tuesday afternoon ,,,10 death with shotgun, 'What ale the \\aln'ix ? Coming
The Executive Committee of the Memorial to arrange for the observance the weapon 'was a'.c.icl..lly. diiliuiged ":: dulluis: aGuess veek."
.. I Hart ;Memorial held an interesting of Robert E. Lee's birthday. The stretchiii"1 the negio beside, his "(; you want a man that doesn't

business meeting on Monday after- program will be published later. quarry.A eat, either.."

noon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. I Dodge and copy of the Centralia :Mo., Fireside I I - Why don't you

Bean fed meat a't City Market. 'I family, of Marysville, Ohio, are Guard, brings the sad news of NOTICE.1TL.INTI prepare
Phone 44. spending the winter months in tnis the death in that city of Robert l Itrat- :
city. They are pleasantly located in ton, father of II. N. Hrution, of \this yourself against the colds
J. I. Turner, Jr., representing the I Mrs. i D. M. Wheeler's house. city, on December :31 ,1 last. :Mr., ((' CST LINK RAILROAD .
Jacksonville branch of the Ford Motor Bratton was H8! years ."> months and COMPANY.(
Company, of Detroit was a visitor I Miss. Jackie Graham, of Wilmington ,' 17 days old. Tbe-friends of Mr. Ilralton -- and Lagrippe by buyinga

in the city last Saturday. N. C., arrived Sunday to spend' here regret to hear of his be: pavement AfCTION:: SVLi\; OF (':'oCr.JIEU1U : :

the winter with her .sister Miss Dal-I and ma-iy extwixl to him th, ,.r, i ,\ RKI-TSKD .FltKlGIIT.e )(; pair of All Leather
B. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator I ma Graham; at her home on Mabbete sympathy. In paying a tflmte : > --' our

went to Bassenger Monday to street Mr. Bratton, deceased, the (Centrulia: ':' ..." Fla., Dee. :21, 1015.! ;

spend several days He with returned the farmersin Thurs- und Mrs N. Norris Mrs. Anna paper says: 'Uncle Robtit', i>s 1lC! j I By direction of the Freight Claim Shoes. They will help.
that section. Mr. aI I
children of Prai- was almost universally known, was { Agent, notice is hereby given that
'i.' day. Van Tyne and two last Friday to splendid Christian gentleman and a':.the following listed freight vill, be''
,.. rievilleMich. ( fine man -to know. lie was! a true sold at public auction for freight and
fat juicy, delicious meat Kissimmee'. They
You get the winter
: spend !
iti; I at City Market, Phone 44. stopping with Mrs, K, E, WemJ friend and always dependable lie other charges 'at the Atlantic Coast Delays are Dangerous.
... ' H was a life long member of the Methodist Line Freight warehouse, on Thursday -i; .
. .,\ft;, 1 I.' The telephone which was installed at The. Inn. church and was faithful tothe January 27th, 101C. .. >!

. J.. ia the Hart Memorial Club house last Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Barber moved end." Goods sold without guarantee of I

W' week Is a great convenience 'and i is this week into their pretty new home )I quantity, quality or value. DO IT NOW I
doing good! service. The number is on Clyde avenue. Since the sale of C. W. Ward treated many of hi- Sale will commence at 10 o'clock

217. their former home on ('lVIe avenue friends Thursday.. to n ride in his nev. A. M.
I they have been living temporarily on i I II Packard seven-passenger ('ur. one of Telm ---Spot Cash.J. I
Ladies will bear in mind that we !Mabbette street. the finest automobiles which has rime A. IM'SKE: R. A., A. C. J..
handle I H' & G! Corsets.. F. H. Lawson. I to this s" (,,'Un. MI''ald and KddieLancaster Fayetteville N. C.

The Kissimmee... !l.ibrarv has received 11\ r'. anti 0i rs. 1 Do\\ding and Graham daughter -, I'I i' his chauffeur, drove, th" 1 car Slabs & Lumber IAI'l.40110)From ( ) SMITH'S SHOE STOREW.
I. JacksonvilleWednesdav
of two books from Dr.Christie. Lois, and :Mrs. machine thiough from /achary's Mill, consigned to T.
a present I:
"Paris Heborn"by J Henry llerls-og and sister. were in eight h ors, despite, Yellow Pine Lumber Co., Kissimmee
They are .
spending the day in I, several wide detours made
: \ necessaryby
Fla. :!.41
Gibbons; and "Rob A. SMITH
Hernt St. (Cloud Saturday, the trip being I road und bridge' work now in \progress. <:- Mgr.
Rig by Sir Walter Scott. made by "jitney." Mr.' und l :\11'". Myron ::Mr. Warcf )ras fitted' up a t lII'1,

Men, women und children, fluster and Mr.\ and 1\1.\ ..... Levi Kenney modern garage with all modern conveniences ,: Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
went by rail and puunetl 'the party on Broadway, above whichare Broadway Phone 194
Brown, hosiery at I K. II. Kuwson's. over I ', The Old Standard general I strengthening tonic
I for the day. located his private offices, loungiing OKOVK'S TASTHI.KSS' chill TONIC.drivnout
I I.. A. Hickert of (Ca.ssopolis. Mich., I room; and 111,1'110Here also M. !I !Malaria.enriche the hlood..od hulld.upthe, .Y..
was :in Kissimmee Tuesday, calling on The Valley Gazette; has received a I II I[ Ward has arranged many of his cutis tem. A true touic. For adult and children. SOc

his old friend S. A. Boguc. Mr. KicKert i copy of the premium list of the South I II collected) in his. travels to many',
) is .spending. the winter at Do Florida !Mid-Winter Fair' to he .held I|foi-ign: countries.
I to 12. The .
Land. in Tampa on February 1 I
I premiums cover the whole scope of I I| The big seven-passenger Hudso.i oa.

Dry goods and notions at F. II.Luwson's. Florida industry, and a splendid display i cur, belonging to P. K. Weaver, cruslied I
of exhibits should result.W. . i' into the Ford cir belonging to Dr.Rivers ua' ;:;:----

Wednesday evening about 7HO:: -
J. Wade Tuckir, who recently purchased R. Wilhite of Hussenger. was o'clock near the intncsvquon of Broadway
a Big Six Buick touring car, in the city ;Monday en route home I and Brack stieet7x1)r. Kivers hadI: REDUCTIONLadies'Coats

has placed his order with Mach Bros. from Tampa, where he had been to left his car standing at the cnib., '
for a Big Six I Roadster of the same purchase u Stock of dry goods. Ilehas while he was calling on a patient an I
make. |! sold half interest in his store
the big car bumped) into it in some
at Itassenger to Joe Underbill. while (Carl Weaxei biotlu' .
The I boys can i el a l bargain in suits !. manner a
of Eau Gullie of the car owner, .ind a, party or
nl F. II. l Luwson's.Leonard I Till new State Hank ]t
opened on Monday of I this week and a : young men wore en route to \Orlando.
Williams, city marshal.. of .splintlid. line of accounts .showing. theupplecialiun In the car with Mr. Weaver wee" :
Loughman and J. II. 1'ryor naval of the public of this East. i l'lullc".e.; Russell Cole, Max Kill: '
stores operator of the same place, I Const city ri-sulti-d. Senator Arthur. Norman Eihardt and Howaid' :Mill-

were visitors i in Ki.ssimmee on Monday E. Donegan head of the Citizens Bank I Luckily none of the occupants of th'
were hint. Both cars were dantIaged Coat Suits' and Sweaters
on business. ol jMssiimnee, / is" president of the new I car '
bank and J. M.; Huffman, formerly the smaller suffering the greatest -
The Fairplay Market on Darlington: connected with the Citizens Hank is amount of breakage.W. ,
closed its doors this week. Joe I
avenue Powers, manager, is absent from the cashier.W. I I. Barber .Osceola countv's efficient ;

city and the cause of the closing of I W. Bell, a lumber dealer and tax collector told a Valley

the market could I notbe learned. I sawmill man residing at J Ki.ssimmee, I Gazette; man a bit of news this, week\ I An Opportunity for Careful Buyers to Pur-
who has many friends in this section, which, while a bit old is
!Mr. and Mrfriflr J. Burnham of business visitor to this city It seems that while
Richlanil Centei Vis., called at the was a working on his new home on Clyde'uvenue I
the Tropicalhis
Hart Memorial Club House on Sat Saturday headquarters last, making during his, stay here. I II just before the ('hristma,1.. 1' chase KATZ QUALITY Merchandise

urday. They arc old friends of Kissimmee I lie states that the lumber business is holidays: Mr.\ Barber's driving mare
.. and are much interested in allowed to about the lot j
big boom this season, and it is : was grate
all the improvemel'ts-parlicularly ,I hard to keep up with ol'ders-Zolfo I II In some manner the horse knocked off i I' at a ,
in the rest room and library. I Truth. the lid. of a barrel cantaming a quantity -
I Springs I II : of brown, house stain, which conI I
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Kenny, of Dil- | Edward F. Wilbur, of Poughkeep- I tamed cresote. and drank some of the BEGINNING
lingham avenue and Mr. and Mrs. sic, N. Y. arrived Tuesday eveningto liquid. !Mr. Barber drove the anipixl;
Myron Kenny, of Mabbette street, spend some time in Kissimmee. lie I home at noon and noticed, when the
paid a visit to St. Cloud last Satur- that he visited Florida some horse stuck its nose in the water

day. They report that the old soldiers | eleven says years ago and has again visited trough, a thin cover of oil spread SATURDAY JANUARY 15
gave a fine entertainment at their many cities of the state. Of them' over the water. Upon investigation, ,

.... hall. all he thinks Kissimmee the finest after the horse became ill, he found :i Is
to make a home and may decide that a quantity of the stain was missing .
ChritUe who is head of a place
Dr. ;, I
here permanently. lIe from the barrel. wa
who is to
at Tarsus, Turkey, and ,
but died: three days
and land- treatment ,
interior decorator given '
spending the winter months in Kis- is an ''rak
simmee, being unable to return to scape gardener. later. I

) his school on account of the war, has I The lIon. Riley Johnson, tit Fort liEN SETS NEW EGS RECORD
gone to Cuba for a visit. lIe will Pierce, has been in the city several .A new world's record for egg-lay-I KISSIMMEE KISSIJFLORI1 8 a

\ a return to Kissimmee later. days this week greeting his old ing competitions was established KATZ'S ;

Farm Demonstrator: B.' E. I friends. Mr. Johnson it will be re- when Lady Eglantine, a White Leg FLORIDA r ,
County received membered was a membe of bhe legislature horn, laid her two hundred and eigh-
has a
Evans, reports that he seed from Con; when Osceola eon\t A as created ty-seventh erg in 330 days at the
quantity garden which he will from parts of Oranfirand B re Delaware College Agricultural Experiment ,
W. J. Sears
gressman those who yard counties, and he WAS active in Station, Newark, Del.
be glad to distribute among the c*atioD of the The average hen lays about 70
Citizens the for
, ''-will call at big' office in the. i county. egga a year. I III ,J JI'
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!\OTI 'H' OV A IIM.ICATIOFoil' '.. T- plJnnct*. 'foundry" and factor1' .uppllifitti trade In. any and every kind of brick Rale..d I... 'I"re"UUa,'"nt,;1'II..ven.' Pllul ..'-..

INDUSTRY'IN FLORIDA IS 'I Kim, IM'IHVP AM. \\M.'UK. ) "rdwai,,, of all kinds.To tone., cement and bulldlnic materlttJ Vlc..l'r..III'.nt. ;. ..1'd. \ ornc..... "
CATTLE I'OHA-flOV build, construct, enlarge, extend KOods and merch&ndlse by land or I..rand 1.t..u..r.. ByI."w"nlll .
r'pair' rompk-l... oixMate buv, hire : watwr, and for that, purpose to pur- "1.11 ud..pJ.mIJtlr..ry',..liuK' ur Ih" atock. ,
Notlco In hor.-by glVen that the un.l.mlMlKJ null deal. In and M. n h, own, ..* I'elli...d/C.* .cha*. own or charter and operate. IIIlIr..t annuu.l "" 1AI'lIcie
d will I cm' tha 12th tiny of Jo'.b.l nnd nthetw.I.l dUpoae of boats! and Btrantboats, tvam-tutri. bartrea and hohl GIVEN FINE BOOST IN BIG PAPER uar \ i.A.IIL'be 1U. tip a* Ii'ol r afl<"r \' HH. (.IH land all witvr cm ft of'very other boats and do own, hold buy 11. The".../'lbrK t.. tll"1II A rtlch' ..
an we lu-Alil., ,; th < l vrnor Iclml nnd !IIH! ure whatsoever, together sell and ,'denl. In nl l entnto requisite or t h. 8U to".th..r ", ttht
o Ith.. State! of. Morlda for Lvttci wltlt all ''material*, articles*. engine, convenient for urh buslneHH. and to of Incol'lorntion., ...I'Rr.'. of t "'I Cft pltal
!' Patent IncoriturAlliiH. ournelvi' ,. bolltTH. dynamo*, ixumpM, uur nnHoilat** ami nuccfitubi n lull. H chin'i *" and appliance enterlnic Into connected ",with micli bunliieHB. r"to"I' 8ub..rlh'.d

The ''pallia Industry la Florida 1* these cat .le come back to Florida, in .tiodj.. politic! ',,and corporate: *1Wf Under*:" *tin- fur iir mil th talilvs< construction, hed!.*,,*!nry and convenient equipmentthereof. end To l-nport manufacture any kind, icll of and cement deal' export, liniw sift: : ",'\* 'j : dl I'';, I ; : Fla., '

given a fine boost In an article writ the form of dressed and canned meat & ,,;ur'I'L.Y CUMI'AN\ : : 10r I and brick or other bulldlnw material IlU, ..hllr.'''. KI"Blmme... 1"1a.. 1
hereby declure and show thai To borrow money and t ten for the Manufacturers' Record by at ft great advanced price. Such revelations the following chartfr and article of lue. promlHHory tiot*.., bill of *xL and lay Hld Vaika .and pavements "''oil Kin.1MI .. 1 '
IIKOI'put'atlou U a full true and cuni- 'h.. n"<-, bondd. debenture B. Arnold Heldt '\finder a Tampa date have had the desired effect l>lt- ''. copy the: orlKlna) of which' l lnow \ of Indebtfdni'Hfi of all kl dH. and to deal In any and all otherntateptala Bh..fI. JU 1I1". w,. hlV8l".r'lInto
that while on nl: In' the ofHc- ot Hvrrptary whel( her m-rurcd by mortKafcrf pledge of a like nature or connectvd IN WIT.NI': I-I WII1 .I
with the result organization 12th da.y
Une. The article readi as follows: of mate. of th.. ,, ( (lur "" ,"IB. thiK
State of Florida.iluiliiK . or rith<*rw1ne.' and to apcure the same with .uch liuslncim. and to bu\', sell, B".
Within a very short time, so It is Is not complete, several packing! bll'.u..I.:: ,. required bv law for by mortRKKf.; : pledjr* orothorwlsn.\ own. hold and deal I In any and all) ..f Jllnu..t. ,\. IJ.l P. HAJ 111161'A I'AI.I !
the of thin notice. To carr\' on bualt"<-.." an timber merrhanlH. real entate Incident or convenient to 1 .
conceded a new cattle raising country companies" in the formative state.In HAM O HAUSUAUK: Haw mill proprietor and timber tho dotnir of such, huslncHH. and for 'I. MrKKYo": .
the principal city of South Florida I'Al'L. McKKK M to worn, and. to buy a..lI.!! Rrow that purport) to purchase. own or charter OTIS 8T13VH.SSSTTK
will\ appear on Industrial and'ag OTIS STEVENS: f.r.'par.* f I ricultural this i Tampa there is one abattoir that i*port and d<*al \In timber and liaruen. and <>,lk-er. lion IK. and loown. Ol' I-'KOUII'V .
maps, and new country A. "'rU'I.E" IXOKI'OIIATIO wood" of all ktndp, an will be Florida. Florida Is awakening slaughters an aVf'ra/ie'/: 900 head of \\ i... Hie underpinned hereby and l>y nml t)" al I In.. rile)I.*. of all klnrlrt In th(* requlftlte or ci"n\enlent. for BnchbuHlneNH. "I'HI'VTY' ,III"1 ll*< '1-1.\:< b..for.. 'oTJ.N .
IhiHi articles. uf Incorporation ","n"r'lur.* MMHIIclati or and t to. the possibilities along: that cattle a montb.or about 40 head each ourHilviN together for the purpoHe UH.-(|. nnd to enrry.. on bualtinns. \ anHlilpou Incident to 01 connected with HuchbUHllleHH I ,th., ;,,".,., ..1",1 : .<'"'V in "'
This Is the of bciomluK It body .politic nndiiriMirati tit.,IB, ami HO far an mube (..,. ,," 1,1 y-r' '''jiM) '. 1"-1 1'11\11''
line and while there are being sent working day. probably ( un l:< r and: tiumuant to Hie M of uin- To nianufact e. pr<*pare. bnv .HI.11. 1I1Iy \,,,,"..., '" .'. ,11}
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out of the state annually thouxandnof large*! place of the kind in the State lawH of l IK .xtaN. for th<- r"'II..n. In nt ml\ w"k 'hll..r .. j i.r.'KV..iji., . t.. .I"
ma nairi ment.llablll' 11 H t < Htat*H. and to or otli.rwlxlime. llnnKlonennd 1 1'"'' ;
head of cattle, plans ure forming This company does not ship any of Its 11*.H mid Immunities. i..f corporal. ,II.IIH. ... <'nrion. ,n,n*. oth*'r liUBin. <*NH which max' all Idnilf' of .iJaHteiH, and, aillll<'lal :|.I' Itt\; :\: ::.. ::: :' .".:. ..!:""' f: .' :.' .r..rt.m',,1 1"" : :-
tin' prov tHioiiH of whl<'h law an h. i K. t.m to the ompanv rapnble of 1..1"1e( : .HtOtMTo. ) .
for the establishment within the ntciit out of Tanipu. the entire output bv at.i t 1.1..1. ,amiv i. hen bdetlaii. < ittiv ,'nl*'titl\' < at,i'ii'O cm In connection hufld, hU'". -I.."..,. or "I h. ,'wl... a- '''''''',1 ..."" ".. 11,1, .\1( ;>011"; .1.1.:1': ,, :tinVV : "
> "that'' I tin lollovvlnu 'llttUIiH of with n nof; .th.- it box.,.. ot. t'""uliitcd >|lllllKIHIMlfMI. .till,.,ll-H . 'h,1 tb..v M. nt.. ,I tho :""" f. -
of the nlHUKhtpr-hoiiHf being conHtfmed : : phllltH. llllllcllMKHmul .
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of wherein Florida-rais : .
State ./ : : "|
plants :: "
Kluill loiiKtlllili an ed cattle will be turned Into beef and in the city :Neither does tb" I <.| of Kiilil' i ol ,' Ion. upon Ih,. IKKUlllll .i,101.l 4ii. i.iihii ix c t tnnlu. *. of t lit* "U"' '. HI llliiir aixl\ Htoilnu' of lemintlltlll I 1'\-:1-:1\I : : : ">' "" 111",1, inI.,,, nfll< ."..I..ilM ." ,., ,--
of L.It"M 1'lltlllt( aflOtdiHK'' ,10 i..11"" \ 1"1'' i 01 r 1 I"ht. fot i liii t tint* othel.. ,pllilllMtN' of a Hllllllll.. Illtlllittlile . 1.1 'KlMsllllllOt , "11"" .. ,1 : 1. ..
Its multitude by-products plant render any lard except at rarelnteral ,i.. I ini. .\ ', Th.. HIII..lint of "lIpl'a! i,,id tins I I. ''h ".n ..I' .1., ,, ...'" \
\lli.l. 1 1 ll.. Il nn.. of. til in <',11 poi' ,Ilion '1'.. I.,,, .K.11. 4\i 1"1. .tin"pot I. t KM nn. toil< .t tliln <.ol |..>n'< tl.iii Kluill I... IIIK. 1"Ir..
Flgun-K/: just completed! fchow that -<. ilnII I.,. i.ntl.,1, I.limb" ,'i A. Supplvi .. ...) \\.It'I"( "'" l'.t tun i Kt .i nd! u..ijil "n.II',,) Th.HIM.IN.I. ..,lIa ,'. I OIIHlMl. lilt. I Iof I U S VI.i: :.1, :-1': I. ... .
' vli .,1" oJ. ., l.-. >0; .. I '" I"I S| ' "
In ;
mi tin i HIM! of ill "
In wlmt known th oil. IhlMIHIIMl sIlllllS
of' I III*
'RillIn the last >"<>ar r.4l( carloads- I In, I .il 1 .fill ii.illl ,, illli. ol "ii. hiiiiiln)" 'il iloll, . |"lllv h I ,,,,,,111,, -I. ,II \ 1'.1 l li < , ,'
J;[lorlda cattli* lia\ (' bi'en shlppd to t'rritory the ment pn.kiiiK!: corporations '" " ,. "I... ,. ,, t I IllslliifH. of Ihl.. ,,| 1,11,1"L.\ ..t U"I < ("Ml, \ Ht.11. i. I.t, ( 'I 111' nllul.. ol' Hli\ |1.11'; T"| ol, Illl, us...lli| I ii.IIIMlM ; ", I' J O.
I I"01 ."III "I'' -h.ill I.. 'It, III. I Hof KlK.IIIIii "> I'' '' ""I it* Mill\ tl. 11 ir ill K itnlMnt ) I'al' I It IIIK, I.. Jll.l III .,in, foul AVltol .I" 11
Northern niarR<'I" or Wi-nlirn' fiillin have one of I IKri.. InI" and b'n-/ .. i unit .v ..f i is. . ol.i. ,-t,,it. ot I 'I 1"i ( ......1- ,,,,.. l II. !. H in'.t tiuf u.1111 i ,,1. I I.111, tlo bo.Ull. r .III. ,I.IK . .... ... ..) '' )' alll .
. III"" ' 111 I 1 l 4 I V lit) IM ll\l-ll l>\ III." Illl .. ,., 'I| ,
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InK grouiKls. A"prllIIIh"I,1/ to I "Illl" .., t I , ,,, .. ,..' , I I., .. , , ,,,. llllfpl.KIltli IU Tt'I.\t) ( II TIWl l II.E.
total of :: .alllc 111. .lini.ind, for *-''lOk.,1.1MM in in. in \ "| K| i < .1 I IVl I d.! lit t Miffi \ "le' '. 'Hie luisln. .v .in.I,. mill, , iiMai I ;:
a ( iir, u 1'l.Siio win ,II I. : '1'1 I ll, ", 'l'|.. .. .,11(111., Ml,11 N '1'" , ,., ', 1"u"i ini,, HI.11 v.i ...h 01}, ,,it,.". ill/ ii ,, ..r "|,"K! i .i.n. | ilion 'h..l\. ) I \sl I.r: ; OU in "I'P: JA
from I'lnrlilit, lu tinp.. .'rlo.l or< <' V i "II i I. I Th.I L' n. l ..ll. "al'.f' i 'h' ,, ,,' .ill ,1)1) **. I,1"tI.i I I'M, ,II,. ll.l lliU. ,IMI i ii nf riot I. HH tit 111 iliii. 'thin, --
by tlie denies/ am "lh1'i /-I\.u: iiiiliin\' ', and one "I.-H|| ..I' till- I I |.ol"lip' II Ml.ill. ,I"I ". ..."i| .1.1.l 1111 itfHhltiu\ if I h.. "., in' | KI V l II tioi mine 1"1' : .. .. ,
I ol III,*". fliri'itll kill .. I ,,I .b,.t.III I ,,.. -. .1-. ,.. ..f Illl.Is I.V I, .." I.t 'h. |I'|"t* MIL., III, (I", ..llt.t-S .I ("Hi I ; \1110'1.1 Th. 11,1, u il mitlnu, of 'apt* 'H l >'IIP"JI'1It; I1In.... II. SflurI
| )" "I".n" ,
In the n./Minns .noiinil I't.Iy"r; 11,11{ .i I. .ii v i.i h. i ii. I h..1 bin, not | . il .1 , "" " "I 1 1/, II W lllll, "alllt'' '' 111.' t. .. I Kill.1.1. IK vllllll, ,ll, 111.1.1, It 111.HI f.I I 'InwI
1 ". .o"o pounds, ofO'l<'h 'IIK.IIK ,, , l ,I. .. .11"I 1. ,. .","11, .,11 t \II. 11 II. . .. ,,II, IV I I.I. I .| ''II1" .1 '" ,,,, ....11- ,,,'1 ll,. ll, lllll.". of. (11,1-|) ,,ll' |,lll .,III..I" ,, nIht (;assj' :f-'oinarlis: snrrh
Arcntlla. anil Klst-Jii> nii'i MI' linniii" i I 1 ".!" I '" I ,, 1 I'"II sll,. ll ],' , '' .j ii ., r i 11 ii,. MII". ,,, Mi.inKi-, 'III .I I iiiinii, \ ,, I ,IiV I live minutis.If ; .
hE'rI"f i'nlili', and l ill.. ( ,mil. il-hiK,, /.: \\1",1-.1.\( i '. Th.I .i e. '.in.. --i\ I laq tri,' "a"" 'Kin 1.I. 1.\\ 1"4"i ",, n i nl, 11, i i ,. l ,, t I i"lubt d I II. '1'.. I , .,,. . ," .1 I., '', ," ,, .". .. ..I 1" ,I...II III. I I I,1'1..'I ,,IH i pi' i I"ii IT. I I in
1 .. ", I ."I 11,1 1"IIMlK, I ,,1 'pi' .p. I I '" 1V '' I "I'l.. H U Illl' ll 111. '1." III,. I. Sll....ill. I.. II hilt \<>u J i-t .il ,' 'i" -miln' r n
Inclilhli i of lain* 'r |iiiii I'd.' > "|,ei.itinir, / ''lh In.nullhulfis ' 1 I \ I '," 1 I I .III, I ,,1 I .\\ .111,1, .,11 \I" ..I I II . "I''I': .;: s. II ,t.,1.: I 1"1"a ll ,:. 'I. :;":' I. ..I'll) l.\ lllll, t flolll, . 111. Him Kill.I ll, I "
ill llle . .I of. . t.. .", ,, I .1' I" : II.,1, .U,,1 I ill I"''Iot , . I.. ," s. ii t ..,1, It m.' ,' I" ,_ .., I I..111.1. ..f .1" < ..,, I '111 . your stimuli. "I l 1"hl l >'>(' a 'lll"i'.'
t.llln\' nut "I IIIVII "I II "
(jeni..riillj known" :Sev.ial: IIIK./ mmpanl | < I' .ii.. i . I <.I"1 I "> i "n.l o. .,. i .11 ..I' . . . n .n. i s, .t ."11 ol i ,.., | .1 .II. I '\I' III. I....11,1 ..f .III. < N I ,IV V.. ..I. .1,.1il In ,I ,,., ,to ",' "II j ,. J.-h
l.llll.l" | mil th. all li,1\ a l I'a': ilein . -.n I .: . ,I- I(" "II". ,p. ,.'notn, [ . .. '' I h, r. hoIoi in.pi. ''ivi s IIi ,,' I.I. II! 111. t "III MI' .11 il, l\ I "II. .n ii inh If'fll""g-
tin 11.Jd'prod'I, ,,, ,',iltli . .
< III'" in l I ,, t " I "l t I ,,I" ,t\\ ' I. ''I.< t, M i I"in ,lit *"I < ili h i" I, .il. n ,. il, :: son', timli.i, | sldl
for -lilini lo lln l.ii.i' ,i"ii,,il' 101. .Mimki, 'il nn" at-i t I d I .1.I II I I ; I' ,;: ,\ ; ,, ::, ;.",;: .I :: .: t" ..I ". HI, ,.1".1.1." .i."I I n' 'h ,,11 IT.isu,
n p.nil 01I
| ( | in K : I . .,. ,, .. .. ,. .. .., .. ,, h.ivi.1 fi"<"liiin, of ,li//mi-s' ,
lloiiil.i ; .ilium, . 1- I I u It s "i ,n.l t" "" '' '" 1. "".. .I"I Il\ I to \ I 1.1"I"I I , fund oi
,, iil- I
companies \\lill.* Mini. .'.till.' ,f.'odirect I 111"11,11'I"] ,, i " ". l .. i ,m, ,mil, n'In . n" t I I"ini I ,, ,I ,,, ., , , ,..." ".. ,,,. ., "' .." iiliol.,, . i "li., >-"J.] .nl, .i \i,. .1'" ". ,ntI ,, , I. nl, listo"
ooo. lor '" "lIt.lhidl .hioiiLhi. into' > i .. ,. i in, ,il. i t ni "luinl" t .Inn. I, " .. ., (", Ih.. 1'." ".." .... . I 11 \ .11 o I '1',. i >.,ii i i 1,1, 1 11 11,. mi,. )n-ailluin.I ) ' fulln. ss, n.itis 'a.
1 t 10 the t<'Hlotkxurds, \,1"1 <-> the\ l I t ,n, . I 1.,1,, I I. n, i Ii I-, i . .' ' '' ' |i. ,I-, .o oii\, 10..1,1 th. ..! I'' . if *-. I lilin \ mouth ) stoni.H li lit.iilnl"., rou
( lie "slat. ,liom olli.i sialis' Till' 1--i I -. .II. i v. . .i in n I : : : I. ., ,, hi .., ..II" ,, 1__ I I I lin .UK
are ..11I1I"hl"r..d| toon after '1-, , I ,, ,,1 'i "r .," 1 .n," I ,111" I II Ii II ." ,,1 I'" '"' ' \" '' '' "M, Ii:, li:iv n :I rJ. vl ",,101,1 I 1,I, i,v .I I I II"I" IKHP "I.Ill' ,>.r1.1' I 1.,1], ".I"r 111 ''IVI llll.UlUs..
the of il In-I, , (" "I'I' ,! I,, **"I"" ,111 ,liiie l\ "I .j .,,\ '' '''' ''' , .. , " .i t h il 1 "h ..11n. .
niijoiil\ Khiip< li.n it I 'i i
in 1110 | < M i"" u ll tolll.I ll, f.lM'V,TI'tpc's
. ,, , i ,,_ .. ., .. _..II .1" . Put all I'tllJ, a III '1.111". ,
| )' ol :$I.., "." "" ," '''' lot,' Iniil ruil " i"ml i l ill n\ ,11 inn "I 01 I' ,1 . Mm to Texas to for fat ., . .\ ,. ,.. . ., I. '' . , ."I ''L' . .
KO upon n 1'1111"' "I in i nib t "I II "''' ""1. Illopt, til ,II, . ll\ |I" |1.1\- jy, a la'' '" IIfl )' . ,\\1 ,'a .t
i oinl ,-ii'-i il I ,milk,, it ,l- i,, ''' I". I"I inn ii ..' I" " .., .. ., .. . . lol, til., u "\ ", ,,,, ,,' l.t till-* " .' !( /!
teniiiK an.l I linn I I lo t tin 1"I'" : ;I' ',:::, ; ''L'. ., i: il. .,11: :: ;l \% -. ,' ..:. ,. '. . I. .".. .,., "I" I ,I..I. ip 1 I'al"-', | ''' fto''" allY'. 1""'.
Block 'arils.. I tin. :-'a':' '11. SH ,nd! In .I \\ i.. n '. .nun' 11 'on' ,d- , II,. ,.. .., ,, ,I- II,. 'i. ol. in .. I, .1... .."" ,,1 ,, "I. .\nl 1, ]I. ,ii "Mi. ,,, ,, ,,, ". ,,,,,. " . [ ,
> I. ,, Id ,, ,, ,, , , . , ,, , ,, .. YOIl n.ili/i1, ( i" livi iniiiutis. hoI \\
. Ii , ,,1,1,,) "I'| i "i.I i. h \ 1" "hi .111' \ ".,1.1..1"- .i 11".11 , ,, \II" ,
With conditions. .il.'ilurdl. to be f.iorable and, $1.I n' ." mi ,i \t HI'. 'I'll.I s. IIKiiesha / I I ,, .I- ii .1 I I. I .-f I'h, d. \ lopi ,i. I It . ., " , , ."" ",. '''' ol' p, .1 .11..n sli.,11I ', t "" ",. ,.". ",,10I. I M' ,it t (I""tf"I' fioni, imlijri! 'stKin. , ,
.. ss is
.t u. b 1 1.,1. .1 ,. .1 ,11",01", . .., 1I."o"h. \III' .
\ < < aisii| | iniiili lliiMiu'liI: In "I'loilil.ianil .1 toi Ih I. ,1Hii I I. i t -I. ill I.. UKI "" ,, ( II ,,, 11..1.1Th. ,
>' lo the extensUe : of >< " . n. ,I ,i. i ,,I, ,i ,, ,, "mini" i t.111 \ ,I. ,. -I... I, .. ." "'I'"' ,' '''''' .' '' I ..,,--, ,..1. I i. ..11. i s llnlr /mmral ( in ulal ion ha.ails. \,' .,,1."lb tb,. \ .11" i. .n. i ...I..t t th. i it .1-. .,. .,.! "" 011'' . ,...., .. 11.\1- \,1., 1" I 1,1'1., \. \ "\ "" ,
I "
cattle of ,,, ,, ,,,, .. ,,, ,, ... .. . .. .. ., ,- tin- .! ,-t' sloiillihdoitdr .
plenty natural foraIInd/ u I I i "b ill .11" i 11"I". i"I I II 1.- ,11. I ..1, i .fll. i *. tio, i. n. vi, ,i,, w i /n i, i iI II"" qui.| ,
.' "o.1! plans 10 lie iniide \I liiih. H Isb. ,. ,, ,, ,, ,.. .. .. .
I I h ""-II s. 1 .10''" h'' H sh ill I I.. ...1..1 I t I II I. t".
'' I I'' I 1' I fill
I '' II I vvnnili
water and nn hll/x.irils to niiike the I 'I.I I '' I 1'' I .\ l III" I, ,I., ,| "lIlO'I UI '" " ,,, ''''1- ,,, , ,. ,, I" ." ,. ."., I "II"1 I \ ,, ,,1 1 .. . *- ; in tin- vvoilil. i
.'11. \ i <1.l w 111 ki'i" part 1"11-1.) of \ "I L. I" I 111 | 1 '" "''
'p' a at '" I t" UK .. II i .1 d.,01 \In st .inI, , ,, I, . .. ,,,1 > II "II" "" "L' "I" "
perilous for herd IK. Florida 111.. ' for " at home, '"n,,il, .. t i"h.I I Mini., i I.I "i",I-. .,",.1, i l i" ." " ," I.. . . ,,' .. "
promises within acry feu to nt I, .nil, .li"it .it ,,,1 I .,11 iimb, i ." i "I . , "t ", ,.1 "J' "t .1' h. 10.... .'
jcars i 1 he op. n in up of t the <'oti n t ri.( .* of ''L' "n.l t .. ..11' ., i"1 "I h. i viv., .. %\ ,, '. ..I oI.t..' .. .., II,. 1..111...." ..I "". I
rank as one of the foremost ell t II" 110" sin'" .i ml, to ,I.IM lo, "i, nl I.i. t in. ." .,,, ,, ." ,
South and. Aim'ilia, for trade . II III"" .. i "bilk M .,..1 pulp I MM., ] "ill I ",..." ", .., ,, ,, I'" i f' mi .n ,'I ,
States In fact this promise" alrenily. with the \lIt".1 ,. I" n"III', m,.nl,, I II li, i ,.I i mI " "," ..,, .. .1" (..,' ,,,list, 1111"t tmiint 1 I 1 1
is being made good I Still ". It j is belieed.will 1. '\I'o bin,, .mil, "II| | all,1| | \ ., | of 1,1 ,.i h. ,1'' .. ,,, ... .,... .., .. 1" ", "'" .illiini- fill'
I mean a wonderful development iioli.' '' ' ) jitnl 111' 'hint' ti.ll. ' ,,,i- 01 i- ttttlni- ii |> ,mil Impl 'iiinl.uil.lini.H I
On the of L..E' I ,l. 11" l \ on, ;::1 i. 11,.i .,'i"I ,m, i:,'I"I': ; :'I "f IMIV s.i | .nnl\ 1"I.,, \ ..
ranges county are of the Florida cattle. Industry. .\1_ tisin I , N nf 1"u\ lot., .iml) s. Hiiiy! to .i. i .i.lUK i mi ti. \ .mil) In i nti i tutu on .
numbers of large herds, and while I' I "i. nniniil, .i, tin ,is. .in.,, IH. nui nlsn (II.I: is ,mI, I .11"unit.' "on "ntM "I .ill ,Klmlsttli ,I .l
ready one of the large" ))iac'kliiK companies 'Ih. Intuit' .iml) Mllii.u.. ..r all Klnilsf \\ "" '1,'." ". \pnttiit\" | i, mulnt m
practically the entire Industry In now : IB building In Havana .11 "TI I".s I..h, m i n u f ii 1"u r, il) anil,) uni "In i s tn ( m 1'1 mi t 1111111 IhI, 11 .11.spt, .. ". '.
a large, I "i n n I ," t u t 11 .nil,,) In i"i ,i "*i of ma nil IK. In" .UK. In H tin I usln.' s nf l.iill.l.. .i s .f
turned into raising1 cat-tie for ship- packing plant to draw on Cuba and f,i tin. to Inuoit miI ..xpi.ii,, all kliolsf ..nn .i I.,11 .1. ..I.H.IH ilial.iH \Int '!
tnentto packing; companies the attention I > I.OO.IH. .nol., ) mil.llilH.. to fdl.iLti "t ..". I.till. tuiili, l ,mulHi. t .,;'
Florida for cat lI... "Illltll., K. IK VV.ll .IK to. ..11|l all Minis. .., I,. i "Iniillint., : ", ..t..I." . 1.1 ...( '"lt.s .' 'i'
of the Florida cpttlemen has I .r .....I '111 tin fiilti-il) 1 MitiK. to' ,I.. i "tit i his., fin m\ ..still", nt in ,ItMalim.l ',,'
Aa a by-product of the few Florida .,,0'.. " ill Kin.I.of. mi,'hln..i\,. mil, ,, l ,. .1I ,hoilN. 1,mils. 1''I".t' r
been turned to the possibilities ofproducing abattoirs and packing plants] shipments ,1" .""U .iml'. ,ti. take ( inM ..f ill \Ktinls) ami,, ui-v Inteiest I *
.ii ,In, fi. i Hi.. i ..i lion. .u,.il ri..pall'. ofl.inhliniM .. . i_ > M'iill\ In ilial in'. K.,11. lias,.
cattle for strictly home of aoap Block from the State': ti, do .011) | klmlK' of work "11.1supplv ,,) xi IIHIII"i .it In. i wine. dial Iti lan.lsliiilMltika '
consumption. ill KliuN 1 ) ,of mati.. , In the .ml i"\'r I"'''''. rlhetlt.i > /1
during the winter months average!: inilhni.) or i..tal.. of .ill, 'ItlmlH of bull, "I Iitiuv \\ I i.i p. I
Heretofore the greatest drawback 260 barrels a month and during the T.. I"viv and n..11 on i ,,immtKKl I..n T.. "" ."", t.tUH I'U\ ....11. mill'
111 I 1 IKHl .lllll) UllTll-4 of uoollH' w .II. Kiml
I has been the lack of forage crop but Bummer 160 or 60,000 pounds of in... .l.i.h."U.. f ,. a 'nil 1 ti "" nail') hi..Idb
1 ,," Kt.xk., I of othir, biiKin.KK iotorii ,|, ,
within the last few years the State soap stock during each) month of the ioiiK. iml lo. flniini. .i. nl In.t. biiKlm HK ent. )
agricultural l college and private Individuals winter months .
and 37.000 during the .
inaiitlfai, , tun I.u\ .II. importnnd i
have conducted experiments summer.It ) .xport and) ibal' nml) "ti."tile in m.iniifaitur ,
,. is' and mill putiiiliiK. iin.lnMboll .
with various grasses with the Is figured that the inauguration i.s m K him l \ 'ti ols iii.i..him. Expels scrofulous humors from the .'
ihohM and lei'till al :
| Kuppllen anil .ipCurss -
result that hay-growing; Is already here In Florida of packing plants to ;
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blood which cause constipation malaria .
more than a theoretical Industry. take fattened cattle for slaughter and Old Sons Other Remedies Won't ewe.I ..',,1

From Ft. Myers Arcadia and K's- to supply meat which is now being I I The worst cawcs.. no matter of how 'long ."'odIDIr rheumatism sores, ulcers pimples

jf Blmmee within the last year have brought in from other States will .re cured. Antineptic by the iroadrrfu MeilinE!, Oil.old reliable tt rellerea Dr.Port..r' etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy EVEKV RQWER

been shipped several t&ousand bead work a benefit In more ways than Pala and Heal at the a -ae time. 25<:. Sue. 'M on guarantee to satisfy. .

fof ca'ttle direct to the Chicago stockyard one. For Instance,. neap-snaking

*. Agitators tor the cause of angle la cited. ,

bome consumption-have shown where I IAI _. jl. AUN'OfJD D I1E1DT.T '

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I k. Off Your Hats, Ladi.s. Three Lots located in residence portion of
A Nw Bex f>rty.
While lu these dn) B all uudJclice! of !
_. A young people's Model< > Kn" e thoToMowlnjr women knows luila should be removed St. Cloud Florida, north of railroad within The Limelndustry

unique nffair Unit resulted the In I' when they ate llkelj' to obstruct. the easy distance of business part of town. Shade Unusual interest is being manifested in the Lime Industry, and
most fui ull
a enjojoble
*lew of thoHe sluing lu the rear occasionally well may it demand the attention of the !loricla (Jrower. The demand
partlclpnnU.: The Invlintloim tvere delivered there Is some one who either afforded by pine timber. 75 foot front by 15O for this fruit, its value in the market its increasing popular

i In tiny I>lll IM>X<>H and attke.1 the ity and the hardiness of the trees with abundant
productive proclivities
forgets or IK regardlesw of the rights ofotbl'l'll. foot depth. Plenty of room for a Home.
fe guests to lirlntf. a 1 lyiicli prfjinred for unrues! well for a generous portion of your land to be de\otetl .
Then It
; two In a box to coiislot of ninidn k-he becomes the unpleasant Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. to its cuI lure. .
duty of uslierH. perlii'.iis solicited to ?
bard boiled cuke and wnfern
The entertainment committee provided act as such only (or the occasion to
the same care should be exercised as in other Citrus trees Our
potato saJuO coffee and ollH'S. The notify the women who ha\e forgotten. any L
- -- -- Lime Trees like other stock
our nursery is scientifically budded .
Often too often. Indeed the
request Is
first tost wan for.KIr.1JI: only an.l c-noli with selected bud wood from pedigreed bearing trees, producing the ;
met with air of disdain ;
warn an empty bos a piece of an haughty
pa- maximum degree of effmency in root development healthy vigorous "':
per and Rome atrlng. Sclsaors were and a distinct refusal.Alwajs I growth thus producing stock that will develop rapidly und bear '

also placed accesalble to all. and five tn these coses the ugly note pr lt C8l1y. :; I

minutes was allowed for seeing who should be avoided and the saner ,

'could do up the neatest parcel. A prize plea anter method of the request in a Our Nurseries

Iras awarded, consisting of a box of conciliatory tone will be the more likely are located in the Winter Haven section at Eat1e

homemade caudy. The next test was 1 to receive prompt and polite response. Lake and Lake Wales, than which there is no better

for the boys, and the same boxes were !Sometimes a woman of tact, Citrus country in the world.

used and a number of articles produced sitting behind an offender may accomplish This years, trees arc practically all budded on

to be packed, and' t-be man vtho displayed the end by saying In a soft voice three-year-old seedling's, with exceptionally well

the neatest box at tnfe end uf and with great courtesy, "Madam I developed root growth, resulting in our stock beingmaterially
better than the
five minutes reoehed a box of nailed am so sorry to Inconvenience you but offered average nursery stock

peanuts. Tbe luncbeon boxes were I cnnnot sec the singe and nm going The bud wood used was selected from trees'I

bidden and the Company WHS divided to nsk you 811 a great, kindness to remote that have proven their superiority in both cjuuntity .I

Into pairs by luatcbliuc animal crackers your bat" and quality, true to variety. :

and bunted the boxes.: Then itfler the Of course can call an attendant
feast a boxlnK'Klove wag produced, turn the unpleasant Job FERTILIZE
and YOUR
GROVES We can furnish trees budded on cither rough/:
and each one In turn hn.l to put It on
over to hint. But till.. IH not always lemon sour orange or grapefruit stock. If you ure

and write hid or her name and the date. i practicable. There mny be crowdedsents. undecided as to which would be best for your land

where It la difficult for him lo JSTIMERS.( advise us as to the quality of soil, drampge etc., andwe'
A Flev <* Lov Story. make his way to the offender's/ side, will advise you.

Marigold lle;;f-Io the woods "with, her and a commotion results.If VARIETIES

father and wan MTy Imppy'' until one the wearer of the hat la a woman 1 Timrrii" .. hos<* groves lisincreased in vnlue.. year after ' We bud only from proven .standard varieties, '

day. she benrd tbut her friend daisy of good manners and breed Inc. but has. .. trees sin iij'. are in a healthy and MKODIIIK/: .....Iili..". .. )lio ufwnysmark the beat that can be I grown. The following arc our

was to be married to Johnny Jumpup simply forgotten she will make an excellent <.t profilaUlc c rops amhose! I>nnk a....ounls r..Hec 11 heir know 1..dgoof \urieties and the ones we would advise;

and then she wunlol to marry too. reputation for Kraclousness: by c'itrus growing look upon >\ ilnoa & Toomcr fertilizers as a sluiiilhy.) ORANGES LlMK.S GRAPEFRUIT

It mill to study, the melhoclj of tlir "01.) Timers"
Ono dny the youug Prince William Instantly removing the hat turning pay you They will
came rldliig by. who was cnllod sweet tell jou that ,citrus trees a re now ent<'ring (wrusl of !greatest/ <'" t h Pineapple The Tahiti and Mari-h Seedlcrs I
William. He fell lu luve with marigold slightly and tmylitir. HI I am so qorry 1 n.)1) that they now nee.l an ample supply of I the right I kind of plant food. Lue film Gong I IVrnambuccoKxcelsior

have Inconvenienced you and hope you You will fin.l that alxnit now they sreplacing; or.lera for spring fertilizers. Tardiff Mexican, bud led lateHall's .!>
and aster to him. She
marry will pardon me," stock Siiwr: Clustrc '
ead. "1 will have to ask poppj.. .." So I III Cherokee Citrus Fertilizers Valencia Late Waters

the next ufteruoon' he cume uKidn at 4o'clock MISCELLANEOUS CITRUS FRUITS

nml found her sitting on a Fvrry Chrrnkrr formula' hn the pm.i..n..r m..I.I.. RIX it rn"Unt lupptyof i
.VBiUhlpUnt loo.l, with no tindu* .. ..(* 1 in* has vr d l> t .rt f r i z rd Dancy Tangerine Kumruats[
snowball blowing a trumpet -notching ; Ask Your Grocer 0..rld..1 frrtilixrrs aiul IB p.rttruhirlr' iniportitul' fralurr in tl r spring D.r.u*. .... King Orange: Pink Shaddock
how the 8", fOtH-a| bops When Bhe of v.rtl<>le wratbrr aud tb* extreme .n..hv.u... uf oewl'>' wt fruit.
Our has been
nursery inspected and'pa scd by the State Plant

saw sweet William she rose. and he r-- nb..".......'.1...,.. ... "..b.. "_., ...I.... I. ......... ,. ...... ... Board.
kissed her tulips lie said "If jou ....."., I.....' '_d. .....,. ... ... ., H''., '''.I'P '..' .n ,...",. .,.". ....'".0

don't marry tile I will wear a bachelor's ;:::,';_I;: ;;; : .:. .:.:. t riBKHi' ;ouiiM :l:oM4;ra::: to"tbtur' *';ibo';:':|"'ttmtt"'''' OUR GUARANTEE

.. and will bleeding We guarantee every tree we ship to be t rst- llIss
you see my nursery stock
CHEEKWEAL'SCOFFEES Our rr% ir* department vivei ndvit *o l information on all I pfia ** of rtlrnw I ullur (
to the and if
beart." liut she snld! oLo would and all kiml* ;of ate'" nil. urai ubjcl .d Jtn: mmntaiurij Tur I lie I.* or;lit: uf uurcustomer name, trees are set according to instructions'
*. ho u.c 'it fr..rlyKrmt given: in our catalog wo will guarantee every tree to '
he took her home grow or
marry him and so re JrI ..
tnday fo. our .1'.1 ulabouklet .n .pri., rnr h.t .r tbe place same f. o. b. our nurseries without cost. '
gave her a goldleii rod and a buttercup j that w. pul"lib for Ire* distribution. .
to drink from. Tbe next day they Write us today for our catalogue

were married by jack-In-the-pulpit, and Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company Our guarantee stands .behind every, tree, --

... then marigold said. -I hope 1 won't be I JckMtiriIU Manu! cti.rri of Ideal Fvrtiliurs Florida THOMAS

,'. mourning bride /but will live forever Best C. E. NURSERIES

.with sweet wllllam and be will forgetmenot By Every I BRUEN-WEBB. BUILDING

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I ,, ; CANTT MAKE HIM OUT the cross-road. A' colored man was
', coming: along the cross-road, says tho
"1 f. I I Out'at the motor' vehicle works Pittsburg1 Chronicle Telegrnph..
For the ChildreiA t- Woman'sWorld where a new building: la in process oferection "Haid her off! Hald her offl"! yelled
: OTatcrInside a &,ang' of laborers is busily the driver '
i'; r.
\ ; 1 at work. says the Detroit Free Press. The colored'ptan jumped about the
I One of them, a short heavily built road ,nd''''waved his arms. The cow

A' Doll Fruit Venderat J and A Pioneer In aNew young: fellow of 22, has been dubbed proceeded calmly on her way. 1
Shakespeare by his fellow borers, "Haid her off! Haid! her offf( yellfdthe Trees, Shrubs and Plants'tlx .
Soldiers' ToyUnd. Field: of Art. ... _... .
IL Out I because of the extraordinary vocabulary dri er. .florMC. ..... of s .d..I.m..s....--4..1.1. wl .I.1....._.....Is..
I he possesses. "I'se tryin'"ter replied the colored _.. .... 0'__ ,_ _, I11..e.i.4 _
_.... .. . .. ..
a.d rn''If .iipb ._.
remained unnoticed man.
" the Shakespeare officials of the company until several by- "Speak to her! Speak to her andshe'll Royal Palm .
!" =:;:Cl':::::'':.':- rt.n
"P days ago. It is a rule with the stop u.n1..w. llama ' .4.n.
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If you want jour children/ to avoid L.yr timekeepers that each person employ. : "Good mawnin', cowg od mawn- .....1.prla.. Wrlu, lor........Ill."'.,.Illicit..,,d....hai.',.,r|r IHIMirr.....U..........
4 $ Vf minj llupuses and luivo them grow ed in the factory must make out a in'!" said the other politely. R..*..... Br..., Royal Palm Nuraerici
1.a MA up strong uml] healthy teaeli them to time slip for each operation performed ,: 1.1 ___oct A... 0_.. II.. .
like "nter. during: the day. Here are two WHAT TO SAY AT THE BANQUET: "" - ..
Tbi-y hate
may: do.sire
time slips that came from Shakespeare I I
,,,,ta 1111(111'1111Jul! It I IK more tbiiu llkertliej recently: The man with a hair-trigger in his I I 1 == = ,

aa will want to drink with meals, $ "Spent the morning on the erection brain, and a \quick tongue is the one
ililih( in ,'coiiHlderei, by Home to be t 4Trr: /floor hoisting motors with aid of j'who gets a second invitation to a !ban
wrong line I ) for' thinking. h"l crane and rolopositinf them upon : quet.] The St.'atlle'TimeK knows one.

t The drinking .?{' water Is largely: nutter prepared' positions." Me was a stranger and the othersat'

of habit with the human f'niiinj. : "From o'clock! to -, wheeled the table were notables. This is the

I Ir It slwuld! bi, a matter of' Instinct I brick. :Made philosophical generalizations way the stranger got away with the I

Little iiiiiminiils jlptw., upon the institution of labor. good :
of (Hi, animal king
follow :Mentally cursed Kvc; and the apple.oAnd "This 1 i is quite unexpected ; in fact
: I dom I ilils lii-llnit. which' when 1
came into this room I felt
the officials wondering )
3 t < stroiiB In. the jouiig; of all ludmnlhut |1"1 as now to that particular nre" lulturcr.- r'much like liuniel in the lion's den. SEED: BEANSWe

1>111,1, , iim-i depend fur I the 1-:1'.11 I They can't quite lipurc him out. As When Duniel! got into that place and

d, tlon of I thl- In-tin i :> "t1, the wls.Idom I one of them said : looked around he thought to him. can make immediate strip

of mol 111'1'" ifteii when linbienj \ ,,. "1'innot jut -ure" whether tlie boy -elf.) "\Vho-ver's got to d thi :sifter-. meat of (he NEW CROP 1915

and .""I think lhe.\ want nourish( d .. :, was t,' "jnv: to make fun of our system dinner speaking it \\on't be tae" GROWN REFUGEE 1000 ,TO

I ''lI'ullh('., iir,. ,ily I lllr-Iyltmetluu I'I'I or whether be ins merely I showing ] ,, 1 SEED BEANS and other
,, ilils lusiiiHt \1111 assert how blight he is." j rlarmont J >llni.JI.) of Calcutta] university i-
I haying his the varieties.
opinion on
C'V tselt'1100 ) our J-lilld! K old. "enough': I --til'E.thl\G !SOFTLY" -tuH'ments of the monetary writer." A.
10 !iniiki' hi weds, known t. but nClcn H- rich I ;Mar.: estimates Hint in the MOO SEED POTATOES

I lIlIIl[ l""tIni bus IM-CII stilled, ami' 1 the : A Virginia fa'ln11'' was driving a year1-1 t )between t lit: middle of the .i ixteenth -
11',....| of water, I Is ne\er felt unless \In I t.efrurtot') cote do'tn lilt' rud and and the middle) of the nineteenth SPAULDINGS

I yie heal.: IIr i summer I the blld I Is at i f crw und dl'i'I' came to U elossfoul.!. 1 ,, centuiiethe' gold and! silverimpottcd
trail, <'''lt''> II lieiaii-e of itdullness.. I f The man wanl..01 the I'OI" go I by India, rom, tlu wet -

I; Such a varleil, nnil' uiiliiuo) display( of I II In this \I ny lie I I- ,d<'| ,rived\ ,of' oneof ., I straight ahead> but the 'o\\ picked out amounted. to .IHI.JOO.JO:!, )( <) ) ) () (). EARLY RED'BLISS

dolls nml! |O\H, probnlily has never before I tlii' n>"M I \'! old to lioMlhnnil i TRIUMPHAll
)licnilx, The live of. MISH MAUl LA LIII. McMOnc 1. I
11-" waterWllslll's
been well in (bin country us that 11PiI'w.ti:" i' n:=!l o'Hf"''' T..lA _1'1.'l'Jo':! '''''''!''''_'''''. leading varieties of farm 1
III!" k'ldllrjs .in, .1] III.. lute, ,lin.s 1 I .
on e.\lilbitioii In \ew Sock dl\. It H <> a wilier, colur! nml, ininhitnrcpiilnlcr , I Field and Garden Seeds.
of ninny' ) f'f' ,Ilieir iuq,|"ur11ii.nul: Iliui II
"hno vvnilix, hits. I Icu sli" wii
held] niiilcr the auspices of the I.iifuJetle -
i I hems-04:"' HieKin ,and, ) il-| it III, |II.| Ilic t'lm'Kc.iiini'l Wiite) for catalogue andVevkly
ill \11 KM M.irv I"
" } : S. FLOYD
1 fund' nnil (the proceeds' lire to be stork The |TH" I.r}' ill ili Lhlg |1,1.1""r ,|. I R. \ ] Pace List.
I i I n "ri'iimrK.iMy tiiir M'l'in"I .1tIure.u. ) !'
sent lo France: fur flic bi'iiellt' of I the j wntiT,, u makethe -!.III .I le.ini r nmloftni '' , I I II
, I' |punts, ':at..luat..11.1 I | ; bi.icI'd',
: war siillerers., Many, French iirills'l ,I limn1 I..I! 'I'll.-. show,,, t Hie. ieIlll I Dealer In
shin nips; Ii tot nnti'tiii" 11111n.gulI:' : v :at! E. A MARTIN. SEED CO
hate < onlrlliiiieil, Ilieir .best skill to I heexhibition iif nester: II" 1 II elcali-er) : " of. tin* syslelll her Minim l hi I :New > orK, r i- n..u. iiink I i ,

il'' iihI haws produced' saute I hug; II HllccesM lit* 1ul.f, | ]10.) 'IOJIM' ] llMiss \ Groceries 2 , Grain and Feed
The \\nlfrhoiilil I 1.1- Imlled. 1o,111t.,1 Nay
t charming plituri'K.. Resides I the I hout I'In160! | apt' l.ilj/f.. "Ii plKiloulMpIl' :: ' JACKhX\At, FLiUltlUA
mid leptuul| lii :n lefrl_ernlor" : '1 110'
spuds of Inillv Itluiil (dulls |here are lilitorlc iiii botiscbolil |>eiim.l.l li, MIVIIllor /:\ boiling( i'lilnlliili's: | be i.'irlionle gds" I
NcencN and representations' 01't \ (pli lures" mi gin-.- meeen Insniiill Corner and
'IJ Broadway Dakin Ave.
anil\ I the (1r till l 10111> \li aluelinilniili's
I'rench. everyiluy, life nil worked\ out boxes. so nnnrged;: I lull, I th0seh.4
I n er> le-lralile! ) element ;
vvllli\ dolls 1111'01'/1 costumes and .net gel tbclr effei I' tin suit tit
,If y' free uvfi'iiTu : Try Us Your Next Order For Feed M
" 11111-:". One scene, a |xirtloii of w lilcliIn this Ibe. bin k. Thorn. I K e\nv, \irlolv; of on
nvrp'tinie jiirlly.' |pour a I
1c here llliislruted. U nil exact rcproiliictlon cupful,! "r water 1 bai k and forth Into When buy.

: \ of it French. inn kl.t in nnnllier' nip' a few I 11111.'. The wilier you ...

\i ture. In the picture1,! IH shown n 1IIIIIIa'i will Ilifii retain some. of' lie( and vegetable, ,...111'1'. On the .. I
ti; of the IIlr Bud will i be more hole-toiue'"
\\W, front of her lire displayed! her \vnre". .\ft'r, >our ililld, rrahes: an ago"hero I --..-- .. -..-- ... -...-- ... 1fv'" r1f... 1f... -u-- ">q BREADAsk

ooch perfect to the bint detail. At the lw' eats" s.ill.l. food' .sus can let j I

. front of the table resting on the ground: him Inive fllli'r<',l water. It Is\ for

& In a I bag of tiny potatoes each one tlmn vvntpr kept, Hlundlni; In "1111'1'I! I I May Lumber Co. the BEST ,

I' sowed! from wood by painstaking and I"ttl'l'h'I', the organisms. tendto We make it. Every Grocer ell it
""f bands, a replica except In size, of the IncronHe.If >

homely tulter. }our rlillJ\, I to IncllniM to swnllow Wholesale and Retail Dealers In I
;i _ __ his final, ,, rapidly, do IInlt'l\ him It rat ,rte O. K. BAKERYE.

:!II "Latest N.w." holt It iliiwn mil then wash it down 1.i YELLOW PINE LUMBER

1r The game of latest\ new." la very with voter ThtHI III result In the j i i I A. NIEMEYER .

: 1 Interesting and will\ create rours' of \'\'<'lIk."I"I.r. the Juices needed In (ells. Mitchell: Street
r laughter. solving' the food nod will Ihially resultIn I 1It Shingles and Laths J

Each player chooses a trade or pro dlpostlon.( The use 1Ff wailer nt !

fession.. Then one Is supplied( with a meals alsn results In the bloniini of HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYAll

1'0 newspaper, from whIch she is reijuested I Ih stonmcli. t.+++.+f44 ...M 0. 0.0. 0.. 0. o ..

to read aloud some Item of news. we ask islet[ us figure on your rttimalfs. M. TILLER

Whenever she pauses nnd looks at one A BRUGES CAP.A I Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.
of the players that player must at once I
supply n remark In keeping will her I a Real Estate! Agency.

trade. The effect will be somethinglike Fascinating"War Lao.."Simple Shewn of on the a Doll.Belgian j I Phone 21 Kissimmee, Pfa. I ............ .. ...............:

this ; This U'li'clublo\ ci p' of handmade Realty bought and sold 2
or'-here tho rend .
"The annual sale
lace over loose. lambed \pink silk and Houses rented. jj {
er looks at the pork butcher, who an
pink ruche Is only of the thirtydifferent Taxes '
one paid and Titles
ewers "Sausages"-"wus held in tbe". I ;
klailH of lace that the coinmls.
for non-resident
-"Dark answers tbe photographer
room lon for relief In Belgium! 71 Broadway :
to whom the reader looks. Fire Life and
( "
New York Is pottfug( ou I sale In verified'i
\ "The opening ceremony was performed behalf of' the arm,..01' Belgian lace I surance. '
by the Rev."-"S soap, remarks !
workers thrown Indemnity Bond
Into Idleness and want of the
,' the grocer upon .tcbing the I by the war For the wee baby, theseilcllulilfiil I eyes worldI .

ct reader's eye. And so the game goes ou."Fire ; : (1115| oust only $1 7.:;. for huh I IN MANY HVK.S.dcene -0.000 H., co.o. 0 0. 0. ..o 0. 0..

tilers. $'i5 1 In this ,, I
.ollc. lion
rare ore ,
f also' from lands :apes to views -
the Mountain.." I piece, val),,0'.1111 1 f.-,. "T on of interiors. Most striking\ ':, naturally, the I :-:",->, ,..y O 0.00
0. O 0.
are'two of' prl< "clcsn 1, are on man 0.0.0+
:'K. In this. Kimiv .there rings I IJ antiques and" I modernedglnc are gardens with nil surls of llortilblooms. \ whoi

fit J players>I one outside.. tbe, oilier The )! !Ity the .process. no shade or I,
I players 1'01'1111111Ihe: inner ring: Kit I lint c-icnpcs.. the (camera: while atinosphere I I c. W. GRIFFIN It '

down and those in (Iho outer ring In out. of' doors scenes is presort I
;'i; fitand close behind them. I though t there '
oil. even to the lime. of the year
.. should be a good: wide space( betneentbe I t '
1'10 tbe '1100,1 1 of a diiy. Staple and FancyGROCERIES
Iwo rhI, '' A single player stumls, ;
: : ( ,
It\ Irf impos-siMe l 10 suggest: : the hcauty
In the center. nml presently. calls out .
of effects obtained: by photographingchild
"Fire( on tbe. mountain: Itiin. run. I I ] i with this color process surelytbe SAVESi f s
:" Those the outside (then gal
run on c\cnt in tbe. his
1 I most Important' "
lop round as fust us they can, the rest \ tory of photography' ; since the advent, I I

Hilling, still, and I the running Is continued I of the .tagll"I'I'.I.'P" the in re. lovely |I Free Delivery to all Part

till the one In tho center cries of' curls blue and I :f of
effect golden '" cars i f the City '
"Stop. bright, : : coloring. I Ibe w hole general; aliveimpression. for a moment man '1'
Then everybody Including the single: pAUSE young ,

player, tries'' ID flml n place behindone w The lower cut depicts' \ :Miss Clarke: a thought to self. The x-----x ,
the Inner nnd the buy orgirl
)i of ring :I standing in her, 'garden.; '1 be olorjihiitogiaph I
who Is left out must t"Ko hit or
: I vividly \blinds: out Ibe ""1" problems that confront now or I
her turn In tho center. j II II I elilnl tones of, her" urnudulli'' , , oilsen : ( ,

. 1r'C I bines burnt and( ; whit, "' I will a few years hence. Joe E. JohnstonCITY

Eight Good Riddle.. I the :glow:: of' (lie foh.igil.cliiml, herall I hns, ,

Feet\ lia\o llicy, but they vvnlk not- ,II"I liimbiiiiisncss' of' Minlight ongreenery 1

RIo "H. I I I In cmiliu-t' with the boll} Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation-yea, : I

1 K.ves: hate bey, but they see hocks .in;1 I the foreground.' in the world, are the men wbo started to save early in life. I ENGINEER

potatoes.Teclh I 11111-1 I i

have they, but they For January Sales. They have the respect and confidence of the community. I
II '
-saws.NOSCH. I Friction always takes lime. An oJ>- I I Surveying and

; little they but they smell not .. Jcct lolling, down a smooth! bill goon, Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all ti f ; 1'FARMER

-leu pots.Months. I _' JIl' much faster thou when I it bumps" along I make-they may have a good time for a while, but what does tl.r DraftingCHBSOU '

:: I here I they, but they taste not over stones and (..I\oh',\ A courteousremark personality reflect? I

-rivers.Hands. I will curry you quicker to the I .
have they but they handlo bargain tlian" iUernloiis' I kl.'rl, rugs; overprices
A dollar deposited in this bank will be the
; of) II IOOf' |h"l1,| or so :
not-clocku.Kiirs I "r t Valenciennesr will, b the saleswoman ,cannotcontrol. I ;
hi, N' .F"titu's nucleus of honorable
; have they, but they hear not- .. ''''l'o1l1l1l''l'1' 'l with the When } ou allollilt' saleswoman an career.
cornstalks.Tongues. I king' mid |pu -ii' of ,Itelu-liini.' and,, collar: (to bring out ,ilo/.cns, of forty Make your beginning now-today. Your
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have (they, but they talk not r ut ve.j ,1'1.' ,'nr". It ,1.11"1"\, , and llfly dollar: suits when J"" know I bankbook will pave the way. c
w 'I"rn' clnlis
-wngns., dike flint )hal,:, _, of small will\ .i,0, glad,: 1 ,,III \ ou will not pay" a cent over :$:'_'", you J r
|| ta
1'\1111,11" ,
| Ihl)
hainl.w'iit.. are wasting } our' own 111111' .:"pal,I hers.
rare ahh'11| | |, Illll.s'
Rice Pancakes. Inn luiii-j ,hP,, III..ii'niih' fr such|( \\hin 1 you ..hilt" Ilh an 'nciiiainttnecit 1 '| : : '" I
Two cupfuls of Milled( rice, two eggs: : :: tl4 ,.elf American we'Shm.ui.'i Ihe gluvp: counter nnd 1< l;:'mirc theo tate Bank

n cupful of milk, half a cupful) of Hour, ; \ .,, -"I'l-rt for. the (Iial.. "!In ) Sin wish| eiirbt: or. twelve

J n (feasHjoiiiul| I of baking! pow P\". Cook ,.utIOl"" :" you tire, nnstlng time iigalnIn ;:

ns, any grldillecnkc. Potato 1 pancakes it! Iced| lug. the girl. of' anotlicr cus- '' Insurance that Insures,;
may be made the Expressions of of KissimmeeCapital
same, using mashed Love Inver.I ,
potato, seasoned with salt, pepper and It 1 Is In keeping: '! Uo love of other,
Protection that Protects
butter. (bat most ol' ,us I "eefully. ,] r,11., AIIII w(> Th. Cat'a Tongue. stock ______.:___________________________$100.000.00 I

fall ery kir--ly because we'nre! ootcn..flll i j' A cat can 'fuicklyempty. a snu<*r of I Resources over _________________________________ 400,000.00
Novelty Potatoes. I" e\preKHlnK' |lo\'t' Here we null bi-causo at every swift dart of r t

Chop very One n quart of cold boiled 0\1/,1111101: to !be confused t hy> terms EJ.j.resslng I her ile\iliU .llltlo tongue the tip of It Officers and Directors.
l III', f .1'><'8 not curls up as It enters the fluid and
potatoes them into a saucepan
; put necessarily I
_\ with two tableSpoonfuls using the language: < of' moss I drums it back Into her mouth. Her C. A. CARSON. PresL t J. M.JLEE. VICe Pr..L
vt-I.; a cupful of cream endearment On DAKIN AVENUE
of butter salt and pepper the conlrnry, those who lore=-most rough barbed tongue like a little file. M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Preet. ;-

.,__ set on tire, stir until hot then turn I deeply ore \lil' 'ly! to be the least IITem I enables her to get every particle of KISSIMMEE FLORIDAII '"

ti I Into a baking dish. Cover with bread to end"nrln'Ul.: 1 ., which may Ind-! I food from a I bone by licking it. It an- ROMA THOMAS Cashier -

or cracker crumbs and bake brown In cote a poverty of deep love or the >)- ewers for a wash rag too. with which
lose. a and elaborate toilet.
I' of any make her long
r a brick oven. ajence I to r

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"' I). Nf. ), 1. ..........-.---...,..._.. '.(l8 double easmentu. on uhf\ .......ment, W: P', Walker, comr &: mllffl.? to.eo JechU. A Forfeiture Fund -----------.0_ 79,8<)
I... .1..1I1.r. rom. (rca. -._. .. 4060 which WHit examinedand .approved. __ John 8. Cadel county attorney 20.84 Pub. -showed---- the
L* Liupfer, corn treas., ft H' It I 11.KU Mr. Jobs S, Cadt-U' county attorney John Davis, supt. poor farm.- 60.00 The treasurer. report hand January
L Lupf.r loom. lreae.r M (4 II t 1.XI 1 1'bHynt"d ,and' read In ui>\en board a. J. H. Haas, janitor 60.00""lowlnl balance on
_ Shipping Citrus Fruits I... 1..11 I..r, c ,m. trenoi., H HJ I) t 6,15 lt'tltr from Mr. I), n. I.. H, Farmer, capt. -guards---;:--"::-: 100.00: ; : _ M178. .
: Revenue JJ.fne
L, Liiiufer, com tress:. H tt< jj 4., 6.U1/ lo the' prog-reHs of t .a'nrck".I road u.Y.. Ashton. mgr> road a-rad'K 74.00 -- _. _ _- _
L,| con, treas., H H ll 6 1.14 whereupon the board Instructed Mr. 1.. H f nirram. care of jail __-___ II,Bd A For/.lar. _ _-___-_-u .-ZISi. '
/ I.. Liupfer com; treia H H 1.J. .1.1.'alk..r. Cadel to take the matter up with" the T. M. Murphy. J ad it a Juv. Ct.__ llBi'''1.'hool'Funl ,. _.._ 21113.36'( ;
Third in series of three articles and Shipping \ Kvanii & Co V ( a on Handling company the paving com T. M, Murphy, Judge Co. Ct____ 25.0"1 l
pedal I'ub. Fund .. ,_ JiTS S2
supiotto's 12.4omerlcuan ls bonded.Mr.
V ----" pany U. 13 Kvans. demo agent._ 8'.O'J. ;
I aM'r.
Citrus Fruits in tho Gulf States) V { seating Co.. ----r-r-; oad. Fund.. H. ___ -___ lIU.8
Cadet alnoTrepArtea. to the board U Overstreet clk: & adtr____ ...0'i' t.
oti Ht-ats" .. ) 10.09 he had. H JJ No. 1 .... _-___.t_ ___
thqt Investigated the matter Samuel Mantsdora maintenance .6.04 J "
--l lor8rJJ-m; .. a n NO. ____ 'i
R Taft. ;"rl.l zirs of the h --_ 2N.61
paying county' H, M, McClelland lO.IKJ I
; ,. I' lll...". hank Int. on 426 & 421 and mat hs was :ndvlsed. amtha'tarli:: : J. 13. Owens 11.041 Hr' No. ,, -- -____ -, 2fl 52l ,

Washington, D, C.,-That oranges ant where the output is not H ..days -,..,________. ..--____ 8.89 ((atne', .warden should receive 'Pll) up Hdw. Co.. supplies sche. to the date of *J' -
the dcl.lon of Mrs. Jane Clements
and other citrus fruits can be shipped -)enough to Justify a larger and ., the su- '1 :
V I. 2'1, 27. 49' __ ________"__ __ 56.18 meme court whereupon the clerk was MlMH Ada Lrifwla :< ..1
ammonia ; ____ ___ _ _. . __ ___ $!6li2Ii.22I
under ventilation with a. tninljnum expensive plant. \ II JncKMon labor sob 1 -- B 511 Instructed. to draw u warrant to Mr. Frank Kvan .,,6.1 f _
I amount of decay, even during Whatever method Qf (', I ,U, Wnitnfr.; Ins. itch 12 :::: 19:25 M, B. Carson for time made during the Mm Leacy Johns '>/ C''I Th. Tnx (Collector report nlmwidI
K. Wade, toning piano .ch 1 L0(4aVult'rn ( month of November. \\11/\\ a .* | f I following nntounts colh'teol for
d periods of warm humid weather; provided used' ) It is essential that tbe : & Carson dro. Co., suppllea Sealed bids on sand-asphlt road ,ihe month of : Ueiicriil 115uto. I ,
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V V Cooled possible mh 1 _. ___ _____._ __ 2,56 Overstri, cost In fall & ; $11300 1"11,1 V
sufficient; care Is exercised to as promptly cs n ? wore opened and read, In open board. 1 term Ct: Ct __ _ --.o /fUll*'
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1lxsy. & Plantwater
the skin of the fruit In a removal from the tree and that rent 82.18 the matter of awarding the wntract Hanklna. repairs on book i The Tax (on."lor'l 1,1 lOX r"I..rt
preserve N. earned sch 1C 8 wT.j.\ ,
V posts 111K 2.86 was passed for further consideration. tho collated
; sound unbroken condition. baa been coolldfe be thorough. Any (' .' Yowell. 3 mos.. Incidental 50.00 Mr )0;. E. Nauirle Jippeared before Roland V.Thorn pic fns. _ wlf, __ If 411 oro"rd I iiTcmbi-r. 4 11nm"ult

conclusively demonstrated to the sat able delay In caol'ng or II Mnklnnon Co.. .aup. ech 18 17.60 the board and stated/that .. the Klarilmmmi attorney _____. _ prow_ ,,1 I"* There helnano Curt (h.,.. luishx l Io -
: | lei. - - "
'' fo.. phones sch I & Valley UaseMe was a well .. u fore tbe 'hf' to It l0'P Lagjubn
< TUon .1 j lj"I"'H',1
isfaction of tbe Investigators: of the cool thoroughly may nullify any ,'ff.,' _ _-. .._. . .. 3.50 tabllnhed newspaper, and the oldest J Walter. T T wit. pron. attv. _ I" oh bonrl 7th "laof< K," (InrKular
? Tlntlall. wit. i 0'
United States Department of Agri- efit that would result if the '(' l > Brown. ..." Ices sch 1. _ 25.00/ In the county Iha Klt should Iw deslxnatcd H S, 11..I..r.|. .'x., Inn pro case ally_ ;! sfHalon. 'I'uarv ,

culture. ing had been done promptly I'll. 1..11.I Hal'\''')'. tchr .ch Ifi 40.00 as the offlufkl. organ of the county C'. I-. Hatt.x. ittH close __ V n MM.IV:" : :
1'14. I.illn Harvey, tchr .edt IllS for the eniuflnK year. .n AI"Ht.: i 'Ito 4 ,',
During warm periods of the shipping thoroughly I I S I I. 3 _ _ _ . h.n __ .. 6,((10, The clerk rfivn presented nnil rend T It M II. M 1 InKr"rn.1I'ph, l.,'x X 11\itiH". \coon'ant* _... _q : .. I. 1'\r'II-THEI.T.! : ClitK '{ *

season and during; periods when lAN: (j I'KKions: OK ( 'O'U to ...",, I("-KI.'ro. <'x, In Talluhn" ",'e 15 on I In open li"T'Mtuan': application 1 1 fmm: the ( I I. Ito,, toiy.: .....n"nlMH.O"1. 4j :: '
(a' Anix Maklnson 1 5 "/I IJ Kt i loud j j
for thti '
decay is unusually heavy ft consider.S A(. J.: INAIJAitLiuNelIhr M :\1H lit (10( official. uf the counts appoint' i MultiM$ inentHH I I-H. 1 I... 1III.f..r. .piiltiolstIotis-------' II.< Wisconsin is abl. to t.'nd) outiule 10
t. able proportion of the shipments are oranges nor grapefruit N Harris. ( , .... .". 15.00 ..( iniiUlnir I 0 ii |>i>i>(liitiiientK pnnurd I fuifuither I I II.i: I II i J.I:. i Knit MKfJI( I ban in, !Its f.,1/ fri) ,pi iHdllcl& hllull,'HI ,..- Vl of the state a ti'am: !loud of cheese\'- I .

j There !Is question regarding | 1'1"! \\ixildrldKe. 15 (on I ('Ut,Mid,'ration I | t.I"( V .K _ ery day in the
", now iced. no held in cold storage to any | |at. "IIt'I l.eillii-lter .. .. . ]J'I year. .
It on H< \ S.V. I"w"'r l appinreil' ' li, fore It'
the value of refrigeration under the producing districts prior lo "' I (i's I.l.lllHI.. . I'llirlt I .... .". 15 nil (111' hnltl'dIIcl IIHlllll II.,-",, to ii sal e t 111HltUlllIK I I St I 1'*.cliiuil," 'inlrir T.lhllll._., |"_nt |1"1'_ _ f_(er. I II
certain condition, the Investigators markets Limited u.s .Ml,Inn 1 Smith 15 onir 111,,* Iii"'II \ HtOIK- 4'lHllll" til IM. l'alll" 1 . .
: bent to I the q ( ,. .. .. i "- 't'ljg. "stun 1 loll 1(1( .
li *
ot so" l.llln li )hart .. .. > no IIn'eI I Iii_' Hit* (Muuitamiiia, ( o.. Kiluilulid I to 0 c'Io"C'H 1 i ) ..rll,' _ _ _
the refrigeration t .
I state' yet use tities of both and : r C MIMIII . +
Ii oranges prun-i i 15.noir. I 1" IM I In KlHMlmm' . In Kilnuu\' I KlHH: ( T. I fi, f.. .
'nl 1 I I'
In transit ran not I tic depended 1 1j are, )ho" .'\ .-r. fri.(iiii'nUv!"f(1 : I ,i.-, 1I1t1l10l I i I \.\ I II-.." ".. i'0''"' "h".n the ,Ixund ln.. \i'tu't tI h I Hull" V Nfdiiini'M,, ) \\' .\i..' I. 1'111111.i *lI"ht.I.lO"I' c. S. IL BULLOCK
( 1\I'"I.II.I,I,bill i'tr.. 'II'' I o I \ I in lm tMtIItOIto' I In-, mint. r I' ,and ..
offn. the effects of rough or I 'II
to 't .. A. I ,
upon told storage at I tin market "'ml i iin'IH _
'" I I.'M.' TlHttlUI''' ion, 11 tun t to I I h, ,,,,,,"il 1. \ :,; I loIs I 1'I..: :;: i 'n .II''I..i
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careless hanollnK H 1" fully i in! Importnnt aiiK"i. grupcli lilt :11',1,) limotis ( ,,-, c. 0.i .li.i. i i\ i ml 'ro..t .". 11tr
V In Ihe long run that fruit ponBenB Khoiild I... sloreil oil a l.liipo-ra t( '4'I VV Iliith I( ,.,,, .0 i I[ ,-s! .II I I .' ir., ""0 000t " I folliiKllmIIIIIUltM' I I 1..I' 1. .J'.I I;: :: : usli'al, tt I;..tli ,
good )k(><*plnK juiilllv I a t on I llie ,iinirket ( onsiderabU abo\e ,::2 11"ro'I': F 1'nun, .i > .11 1 'I 0000l MIK, bolt\ 0 \\ "SntirnoiiH, nuiltit,, ( rotor itin i < IN'\ < ; > I.- pa- I II" REAL ESTATE
I. .. I 'ion' .1 I 1 l H 0 ;lit u" 01 1\I I 'ii', .11"o I "o 31': 'I''''' | I lo f..I I Io'tI __
as 'hat It urrtIn sound ,londl lit ::.X t : 4'l$ ( -< I .III.I I .lilll I.' 1 :. 0000 I .,. ,, .. .................
St (o'al1" (iogIViVIV. t 10 dc'g 'oI .. .. -. I.ooto't'( r.'r, -I hoit'l, o'I 'II", 'hi'u I : M u '',1\ H ,i\ii'i 4 ad aaaaa a
tion. I It mono: at nl i" I I IJ tl'.g)..'<.s > --\ I 1'1,1.I":. ,mil.,., I,1.,1., .. 1 :.. .". .,.1,1."c.. ''h" ", I .,, ''''lit f" 7r, 1'11' < 'I 1 St I II I.*"ill I I 11 1 Itil 'I 1. < 't __
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I .. .. ,' T"h" ". 1'"I.II"h"( ,,,, o'o I I.,.Oo'o." 111111 I Ib l Jt01 ui,, I"C"\\ n, "a..1 ___ INSURANCEExaminaton
riti.:< ( < >MMi 1'"lI'fl'lll': HI I : 't > / | .. .. .jI"I t\I I 14:1:I .11 :in.I' I li.i inll.l.l.lx k I I. '0 M I !It">.. i 5. gooo i" 'il ,*,.
: Procoollns is t tinl! l 1"11'' f'IIII'f'.1? ) '] ) todoslffiiule green. K\IM: at lhf-e. ToluIo't, a \ I .I I'1 Ii I, .. .. i '0000l f no \\' I 11.iil-, i I . I 1.,1., I "" ,,,, I I. 1C K,M ,111-,, "tn.o.A IIIU' I ''|lot| (Ctf-.
rO i. otto .
\I I o.I le \l 1'
is. II. I nilfsll'MH,, III. 1'tM IINI<..SHtll' Itt $7l"" *. I 1.Ul ll"M' < *(1101 l, t ""Hi, M III',If _.. of Titles a
Hie jiliik nod inoinpl' tV)1- Ihe 1"1'10.1| 1 lif Mil' '1C -l| || 'Io..a/: I .-. I 1.1.1.: ,. l-li i ,lui ".. .". I :, "" "IMI. :!I..'. Iii, of. III, 4- '. mill x'.'l..i, .." '0't II I F. itoi,, Mtii| id uitiu, NoM \ ,,

ing of frullH. \i.>Mi'lal. >l<'s mid (it''h. r i oni IMI' .it l\ i'1\\ -"011. nut n-uall\ I Iv" .0 i MV <.IU.-I, "'' VO 1 Ti 000 I Ill": .is-.l-"-H" 1,1, ,ooto.l, $J| J-, I I I.MM MM,. 1 H 1. It I : >..*j). I"IU< t, I(ii.'Ul I "1.U ".Ol's ,

f' prior, 10 ...slilinui) ) I IIi I .. pl'l-I ,V ,.it lIIIC I iimii'li-. i I 'i mi.' i 1'o, ... 1 170,00, "I I"I I III t" .1... l" Mm, 111'' .1 I .r I li 1: lilt) Oo I I.,"I' ,.,,1 ln ll-lvv 0'.o sup "nl 1 knnKi ,
prodiKc. ( < I ] I two I I 0 0 1 ntid I 11 " ,, .. .. 0 I .0 I i"n I a'i.iiintv I ."It"I 0. K ji.n I o i i': I.I. i. I ','. \.iu \it I U- t "i. to Mad .
: inary' obj<-('I of pr"( oollnj) i is ol\ ,"HIS- not moie I"hail, a mouth t,,. u\ \\ ot I -1,1.' 0 I 1.1. -x I I"' ,ito, 1.1. s ..ii'iiniiil' ,.,11"1, ; I \' until. big II i i'< hlti( ,* _.. Specaly.

l ly I ihe. cll'II'y of pi"ii..|iaiil) <. I'I'CII'' IK I- ( )d'aMMtali': ,. Oil aml of ,- ". 11.1 I Mill, \ .. i ,, I II f.-. ,", .I I I I' I'huiili( fin \ 1I1I11"tl", ",III | "0'-. ".1,10\ I iv ..up I i.i uarv .. V
I i v, h .I.r! 1 :> ii ii oOo I I.1. , ., ,. ''
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I < 1,1 ,11" I It I "Xt I |",| | _
j' at the markets! ill a fitshi-i! '"" Illdi '-lain' In Moi.ii- III .ulililinn lo III, T I .1.1 .',11 -.n"i .1'i :, liii , ,. : Solcited.
to" II .I I loo'! ):,IM| '| ",,, ) ..III\ .J" ,I I"O"M: \l I 1 .iin-.fn. "11. 1 I. | f ',
)hole-oine, C'IIlIoIlIlnll ,Iii!i -. ,,01'I (H --... usI : i 1'. ii ii i,,. . .. ,. --- .-
nnd l ill\, : "I ---
more jll"I l a1- Mi"ptibli) lo i' IIIMI- '|>i> .. "01' | VI. >I.J:! \ I I. 1.1'dc : I IIUM I liw II I ,fc '. --
Is possibleinilei. 1'1"I I f. ml, "nl i 111 ii. il l until, in' .i MI \.0l I'" I" ,, ,, ,, S.F
S ordinal It I 11'IK'iiitlon II pn' V, OMIT. lug I Liap' I linil II lid I limon-' 'I I >- I i .-,.,..n j V 1 "" 1'.1.; i' i .1.11"i u, > ith i 1''in; 0 \ ., I' ; ,, ... .,"I"" ", 'i..R ,,'I i : m

: properlilcnx' fails, in ilil) i n pi.l indoes I K I li . I I I M I 'i. I i\ 1 ::. .'ii I Til.' I., n, polling I I I 'nun u i i nuiii i \ i. 00 tt ., ( ;( ) :
I I. I lo..l. aol "' Mil I Tl MtiR3,
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i 0 in' |I'' 001 i |III' | t .I'- ::: oTa:1
In iti in 'ut-.d IVO.I I 'lit nnm, , ,1..110\
not )!: ru. 11 . l.i 11\ i M . 'it I K.. I 1.t, I 1\I ', 77 1" Cure
in aim I ,
i in :J: d.|
V pi. p.ii' n j|, > ; 1 1nil \l I Is ' .00 I' '7. I 0, I I __ the" th"lt
ineiiHuiatiwith liii' i XIi,'., ixpin '. MI t I' hi"I) '.. "..1 n.I h .' '"' .0000 "I : > ,' ,.ill, ,1 :I; : : , " ':1 \ mttiiiK
I I'. I II I almo i I i i I u JIMi : t,11 l>I 1d"h x i I 1"1"i I , .. '" n" I I,1,1 ho i I hI I : I I.I I.i I. 00'o \I0I,0 " I. .//11 nut
I .I"|, I .II ft" ,1))I. < h >- l 10'| 4' 77 0
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"oJ\.eI.! | II Is not jusi i/table/ riniii, , i i iiI ,. 'hIss .S. a"
01in, 'L'01' I.I"I' I 11 I nil \\lnn" In Id I \l l I I' -' ii.. t HI -, 'h' 1 7"" I |j'",M, mi.tnn ..' \' """,. TinI ill' '.. , .I. '" < \_. ORLANDO ri-omnA
or an\; 01 lii I''nkr .stand (,itiiiil I V 0 II" \ I 11111'I o I I o "0 .1 .1.o.'s.. "h I 7'I "0 ".i ,1' ,, , , .. .. '' : :I-li(;
a 11 % )11 nHi \ Old ma !.\, ni 1 rlK* i .11 ii"> 11"... \" I I. ,S. , ", . 001 M. Ii .0, 1'000' I..oI- ,', i" i" | ,"I li,"ill' .i.i i.I N \\ ii. i i, l",,1i I 0 I ", , ..o-,0, ,' ,of I'. It "
i \ i n (OIl 11"nil I I In I M at, i III. nun, i I J. i\ ,, I i I i" ) "ii/. i i" lul.> :,, ,,,, ,
0' "I. \ I II. .1/,11.l l nl, I ,1 I I I
Inn" iMiidIngly \ i. "ilia i Ih. I" 10' '' 0 I 1'p; ."I
rate of toolliiK is ol li 111 s aide "li'nip' lalllli I s io.p Inn ,, I, U \; ,n",, i tiii? . .. ,, I ll, -t ..I l t lou., ",,00,0.'f III Ull-III, III.I I .. ; \,., '; ., 7'I ,
"low. I the ii <. beiim n'<| iiin ,il I not I vi "i, l 'co. 1 1.1'1'\| i ] M*. i. vi, ." .11"11 l I .., ,. I .. Robert Riedel
IIH III I I I I lull/ --lllMll.l, l I.. ,II.111.. l I M" i (li i 1. t MI ul. il I I. Hi., I 111''ill"I( I I !I I : 'I'll" t' I' ,tI. I' .t ::
V only lo take tin... In. .at out ol Hie dull I | Ill-pl '.4 f .0,0, l I", M hi- -i.0'.I, 1 II >. "H,. | .1 I I I'" ii," I 0', i !1"1'! I II t . ;., ,. , ,., .. '
I 11 nil I I i in 'Ioa/-! ] /:e II iinh I V i I 'j : l ', , ,t ,11., 1 .., u.I, d. ,l. i t .! M t ,n ti .ii ,I II'' I., " 01 \01, i Ill l ml, , , \ ," ut i \ v.1 .0. 1 Ioio.I.o, ,,I. "00 ,O'. "" CARPENTER AND CABINET
but also, to tiike. up) I the hoot ak.iM'1 I 4". n o ill 0 I l \ 0 4 1 I ,n. \,t 1 i L U 1 hi" I ,, ,. I. I Iad. ",. SHOP
-hciuinj/; SILII'ul -IMIIUII: 1 .: ina\ l I.. I,,1'h. 'ii 'II ,IMI 111.1,1* III I "II.) \\ u II, '_ l |j.l| t tl I. I : I I I. -I. .. .. 1,1, ; \ -
through Ihe tar walls. On tin. ,,1111'1' I I oil.., ,lIt", \l/ I I.'i'iniMt\ .it ll\Kit ,ii. \ 1'lin ; 'In, ""l.'l'.l' 'o. Ii.b. I '.::: Window
fruit N 1)01] ,miilial.lx,, timoxid, I and "--|""( (l 'I'I M M n i i"M" ooulnt \ (tutu. i ,n.1.! | 'X I".,,1,1| I I f"I ,,Ml.I "I ,',? ,.I I,10,0., . I II | .1" 1'; ;, ;,:, lo.:: ::h', ; :0,0 and Door Screens, Repair

S band. If the lhroinnlil c i FIII'I'o' IVOV.' !Hniilin: *. !9G.;, 1IalldlJ'alld \ / I I .- "MI' '' ''t t '*hnw, I It'II, L. til'1 1 "" th.(I i :1.. ,-. ii 1",1"1,1 0 I 0 I ..,of'0|. I in, too. I' ', " \ I "II" .. b and Cabinet
ed I bpfor.HhIIJlJ'nt.) Ihe 1 Ito< only fas ( 'Hills ', I I I.'II. I I. "ll ("I| 'hiMlt.. \ I 0'. 1 111, ,ii. I'hll), ,. (I'" ,0'.. I |1".11" if I.II.I ""I I U ', ., .." Si ..."" "' Work.Thon's .
lilppniK 1
I''In .
to maintain low 1"llIlwrullln' iiK.ilnst. inn II I ,) Mi.0, v i m., \\ ,IH t ill\ m.") ..o.i t I" 11) I 0.1,1] "II i 11"1\| <,,| |I. It 'I'tllll.l, , 'oij't-| I, "I'0" ""," II. , ;.". : Shop 216
Sluli' "s." ni.n I.., had ( Hi' on 01 |, , < | | ( ..> 'h.)| ttl 0 I llt, ..f til. ")"iol I IIII I Mil, ", II, '' I.,1,1' I uto l.lil.u. 't': : \\ \-ll-(' I II I ' .. ..11 .'If I ; Residence 237
the leakage of \\iiinnT air through I tlon lo I the I IIHIMOII, nt t I'libln, .LI I I :I 1,1:: : i Mint',' \ r.|.:(hv: Hi,, i .,in I I':: .1 I "Hihiu, M, .1 1'. 1.' ,' ? ._ ''I Darlington A'\.. Near 1 reight IHpot
I Ihe car, One i of Ihe main ohojiet t u oft \ll, ." I I"ll/, ,l ,IM, 1 I ll \III'a I :I II .1"l a"- I tli *JlllMI, 0 if ""' (I" '0So,00.0 .0 I )II')'"' 11,1,, .,,1t . ,\7.I:, :: : : : : ,; ,
of ilnis fruits III tin. 1 V < I Iii' 'par! mi'nt t of ,\ g 010V 1 I I u 1 IT,, t lV'I 1 ,1. t ((1,1 I ,.f VI ,I. i.*.) .11 'Illt"Ih( ", -1.,1.1" tin( .\ 100\ ,n. ru, II, S.l itI \. 0i., I I I""io..t, '1.1 1 lj..l0 .. : --
prompt cooling \Vau.huiiurloui.. I DProceedillgs) C. -- ,, ,, ,o., ((10.11, > i.".,i iI I I"til., I'HI"' 11II.. .. \' .ill V I ..,71 III IS ,1. tI '. _' ', l .. ,.I1'l,, I.. "." -" 'It.o I !
Gulf Stales is to pre\enl Ihe K<'rniinalion I 'IIo.o.I I,' it''L no fth.' , Ini iti." s*. tti. I 'ILtll'l" ,,li tin ..rn.I,1,, i-1 mil, un: n 'I I : "e t h,"I r. "... 1 C. F. THRASHER
o of hlue-mold spores und I to re - --- -- ) 11, "I .01"" '"ii r,ft) tint, ll t'I"( II' \t it u tin' |,111link., ,.I tin il Ii III"| ,,, nt 11\ ] .i.t, 0 'O0O Ii S : ''' !

I 1 'TII . l in, i. MonO.ix, 'l.I I, 7 1'M' roof ,1"1"< 1 ,. III. xt Cliiinl! '1'i IIMti, ,, \\ .IH I I 711'' ,.J\\, ",,", '"""'o I '' "" SHEE7 METAL
tard or arrest the <]elopnient of \\ |l1.S8 t 0.bts '''' nil .th.,1' .inlntliiK \\illi, u 1.1,1 lijtll. , \ I ,I.o: 0,1"1 "I,." ''Otis' i' I WORKER !

0 stem-end decay.Precooling OftheSchool 0 \11" *-t i 'Ii.n I mi.i", ',. ll'l.ltll llf ( IllltltX <'IIIIIIII-4, IIIIII14llllM I .",.s..I"' lot' V .' ." Metal Roofs
I. I r: Y' > \\-1.1. tut. 1\00.'nl) ;, ,.. ," 00(0( Put on and
up.' i \ ll ,1(1'I b \\ I I : I"0 'I.' o ,010 ,0 Ii I I"
like refrigeration ran I 'In linniil ,Inn fiotn, (tin I, I I 1.1.0 I
r. I 0 I 'p I I III"I t. o Guaranteed
not be depended 1 upon lo ov..omethe II.," I I..I'M) the tifiiiKH nf. th i .' ',"'II""I, ....Ii\I,ill.:: __ 12..
effects of rough and careless I of the ,lnrHiiiiH. tn I... |,l.i<',.'I| In thf juiv, \ 0 I. I :1' 'o. I i I l'I, ,I.l l 5.,., 'PHONE 149.K XISS/MMCE. FLA I
J i ti>. I'. r\t. its jutora fur the "*,IIHIIIIK) I' "I'tolbo'r., ". I I I"I. ''
handling. However during the citrus \ i lit 1.11,1.. ,I'oor, "".,. IH_ i 11 60 ,

shipping Heason there occur periods I Th.1.. 'k \\IIK I Inntrtirt tii ,itiak ,. I .1 I L 'i" ." I .1 I' I o'leis r I"J ,
to |i|.ll<'njlnn( for 2O 3til KriuW I'r'.I'' t , '" c'' 0 I I.'ls 4.ii". DR. w. '
of extremely rainy warm and Tin Itii.ird nf PiiMx 1".lru i Commissioners ,, w. CARSON
County In aoIl.lnn'ln) th.' 211 nlnnil*, iiuitruit- .I. II I.a\< n''"o ''iI to, II'
unfavorable weather when fruits are In' I It "" ulal HI HHlon Ito. rV j iHitiK. IITI-H ) ,'d fin. tn In. uH.,1 4n th. I.ulillf I loadH, *ll\ ., 'II. .1 I.unolm' 7. r
\\ HUNK i halrin.iti. J 'x "sir-., i eillrt. luII", ,, I'.i HITampa ( '<' DENTIST !
I 111 oulltN
not only unusually tender but when IH( Vnrnunio'ntiottos " 1161'" r"
\ .nml, "'oilt i lUonH.ui aim, i- |: t'o., i .Ml i'..., pr.*it..ntiil 1 In 11I'a. Till" I'un 11 1 J i."inln, >. 'I
S practically every Injury results in de- ell Hu".rl"I.Io '. nl'. .'n lionr hot art i'd niioti, W'r"> fit,-.! I h..kl." I I'43 I noH Office over I
0 cay. Where the trees are thorny and Mlnutis nr the List nuitliiK w TI,.. il.orol: Ht. e"oojt.tV. ,,,1111111..1.,11', \*. huh the prori' .."ill nKR. of 1h. ft.lid timird At \\ I II 1 ""w C'oj itiiplKIn OffIce Pie) Building .
IVOVIOd l a |' \ eilH I' \ ..1111fH'] 0 mi eola i ount \' nn-t uii tht' Tin Sin( riff n fi-i'ij hill I of ,>risoo tt'rM Cl.-rl & ( '.. "> 27 lls -
: Re.Mjin'ce'
V full of dead wood some injury is I, "L''I.r": | /: : cimnltnnsurir:: \\I ,: JII"K'' 2467 Office Phon. 'Phone If / ,,
bound to occur. either through the Itlll I 10 <1 IIH follow HTo flf\' < h.ilriiiHi: ) K \' KanitT.; : A V: Tl e lollow I I line blllnvt're ,xiimlntMl.npiroed ;h"I',1 I ,1 IN dHV :. r\i"< Oa. Administered for Extraction o' I
I h., llonoralili i r.nnril . I *". Yllun" Tlrultill.V. F \Valkt A 2S ftS Teeth
0 high winds before picking or In placing nf I'nl.lir and nrd'r.,1 paid : I. am.' w' dfn
0 Hlriullon' In '''HI for i IH E I.. I.e lcommlHHloncr. t R 0(( l'uiloi warrant w""IM, "I, ri.0 I inoclled .1I -
I the ladders or in removing the I h.r.-wllli 1'nlc'r nn npcirl' 35'H ,ii nt. \ and J 1.. ( >\ t'rstre't. thor It V ljinl-r: ,'.>.mr & inlli-llK'' lo HI I from I tin I ,trotunL'I'( i" '. MOM Bllin I

0 fruit from the tree. During warm trviiHun of iHiinla lounlv' fi.r ,t lOuI""r" V\ F Ito, Me. coIn. & nilli-iiui' 12 Oil ,'rnl ""\','nue i IB17K2'
Is almost month of l 1.1..1', ,\ !I' 11li.eneral 1t,. nitnut'( 'K of the ),it r,'j, ular YfiunK Tln( ,lall. comr & .mll"RK"* 1300 H,,,," Fund T 154 S 9I T. M RIVERS, M. D.
moist weather every Injury (. %cbo.I l F und. t .Tiu. ( "f the board. w..r.' rcinl and I

certain to be followed by decay It To balance from lat r. port JfitSO, (' ' I PHYSICIAN
; :
Is during such unfavorable weather To ami from A. K I" J 'liiHuraiKf 1 & (, "...1' <'ontintHMlonfi' 5' to ,"rnd.- Main Office over Pharmacy
conditions, when high decay occurs in T.. nmt boon \\' II I'attir-h ..<.1. "rt'I"rlto to rmln." of *amt, YOUR/LIVER/ Ph'on Osceol i

I a great many shipments, and during son _ n h _ _ _ h 200(00(' ''t'i 11.. ,tlOII l nf It V .nlt'r. M."d..d I CALOMEL DYNAMITES Office 141.GEO. 5 I
the warmer weather toward the end T.. amt loan State Hank rt"- : A F. HUBH. and <'arrl.' : fund Interim _ 4 1'1 to do the work fur Hit cIty at
of the shipping season that precool To ami from Tax u.u.C..II. tuxes ual Cditt. 1

\V ing should be of greatest value. 1H14 hU . . .hUh 2 c'..ornmttti consisting: of Mr. L. 1>.
To ,. amt from Tax Cull. tax.-.. MAKES YOU SICK AND S/LIVATES/ F. PARKER
During the greater part of the season 1915 -- Itlrcher. l>r. F. F. Pope et al. "

precooled chipments can be forwarded To amt. from Tax Coll., polls. ... before the board and prt-
1915 and read In open board a peti
DurIng -
initial only. -
with iciny -
jisklnK the board to call an .4cc-! I Collection and "
about three months in the ',In. under chapter No. 62ti law. of Conveyances

of low temperatures By paid warrants as list 14 /. Acts of June 6th. 1911. to cre ton dealer '
MfcV ter the maintenance per CommlBfltoner'a restrict. No. three ''Doisoi's liver Tom" Starts Your Liver TonI ight. Tout dr gilt or Specialties] j I.

In transit is entirely practicable By balance 2 12682' : special road and bridge diatric-t' Blll you a 60 cD bottle of Uodsoa's) Ill 1-1 Broadway V >. \ ,

by thorough precooling, even without V Kub-Kebool -I)l.l.-No. 1. ,, petition was passed; to the rev Better nil Calomel and You Dom' liver Tone my personal' tnone

,initial icing or, Icing en route. Even To balance from la.t report. <>R1 meetlnte of the board in February that fnrli HJHM.nful will
1 final action..lam'n larant.
; I where initial Icing Is used In the To Tax Coll. tuxes 123 M Johnston appeared bcfor Lose a Day's Work clean ", liver Uilir, than Q. F. KRJDB3 w J STEED '

V transportation of precooled shipments 1104 h"ltrel In t he Interest of Mm dos of niuit}. calomel anil, timt., ,it won't. f'
: (' 11, and dtnte) hat HheMIH
0 combined cost of precool- ny paid l uarrnnta as per list 24" muk<> jou .,ck.
I the Jtble t.. earnher HU pport and want Liven your sluggish/ \IIVIT'' Feel

ing and initial Icing Is considerably Hy balance u _ U.h SC4 I i the <'( mml( slonrn to pay her tar fine and up cheerful : make onr work npleasure Dn.on'a) I.i\or Ton i.i roil 1 liverimiiinnp. ATTORNEYS AT

below the average cost of full refrigeration. Nub.Hrhool... % ... 2- .' .to 1 n\ I liorvill5iIs upon motion I I kIlOS ,it I n,.\t I IA\
lie anil (till nf iiiiilntlon YOI'1
j To ham n.,- from last ro'p.ort 14 it 'ml 1ulfleconde I and < rrh.d. : vi!!oroun mornnl Legal business
/ I Amt reed from tax coll. taxis If JohriHt wan"d to i>ur- Hut take no nasty. ilun, 'iroiMcalomel liiralim you ,I! nal.e tip I, of all kinds II'el
'"' tlt-k..t f..rIra Chul''hw..11 to her \ ( I li\er 1 I I I a orkniL' liruduclioanil
> makes 'It 1' u "il u prompt attention.
i INKXl'ENHIVK lnx'ooJ..J ( .. because it you HKk anil
in Mina'
: 21 low work. d] i77inpBt. pone. ,.,Itlorl r ho uill o I I botiwiet Offices 11
1 PLANT By paid warrants as per llat. 1 2'j' : board took 2 p m you may a day's bowiln and 12 State Hank Bldg
of f : board:: met ':t T2'.8'nr.W; : ; ofllc.TH Calomel 1 is nicrcnry or niiirk.ilx'<-r anj regularDotlHon'a Klssliniiiee Florida.

;" A p In .general there are two ways Bl balance _un.n nuh 2. n", pn'n.'nt. which causes. necrosis of tiu- Inmi-H." Liver Tone IH tiroly 1 "'ego-
; 0 olln&, either with the car or the Suh-Mrbool 1)1.0. >.. a. I.. I Handy\ tax col I It.ctor, .i'r,.nt.nt <. ; prec In preceding ) To bal from last report _ n 7 report of .errors insolvencies and Calomel crashes into sour lnli, 1 ,ikidynamite > I t"IIf. then for oiih, cult. in"IM."J."t. l
method. car
:. warehouse Amt. reed from tax 011.] taxts Ii breaking it up. liat'n vtlieii (, ne 'lIr rlulilrcri Pat Johneton Q. P.
'.' tbe fruit Is first loaded into the you feel that awful nausea ami i'riutifiiiiK-/ t tons of pi
2i: refrigerator car ready for shipment Ry paid warrants. as per list fttli irr, Listen to me! If j...u wunl to ,I'tijoy 'lone innti .il, ul ilun I''I; 111005,, ,'nlu' 'I JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEY.ATLAW'

_ 4h through the load forced In eltb..rtbrou&h the nicest, g<-Dth.t.iv..r\ nml 110\< 1.1 i now.. You r ilrncKint' .1,1 I I ull L I joii tha.ttin V V .

the ice bunkers or through By balance . 626 cleansing you ever.expericnccol l I pint take Hale of Culuuiel. i 10 aluiunt fWPI"| l

(k tbe car door. To hal. Xuh-Hrhool from last report DI.4. %_o._ u 4. {[, a epooafU h&naicua I>xltuu'tt Liver, I entirely liere. Offices 10, 1 and 12 Citizens Bant

In the warehouse method the fruit To amt. ...-,'d. from tax .roll. ] Building

-Yb k U first cooled In the warehouse cooling 2Sf Kliilmmee. Fla j

before being loaded Into warrants IIsL. inr! A. CARSON. President. N C
:. : rooms Tty paid as per _.,ou.. C BRYAN Secretary.
0V the car for shipment. Where the pre-

,f coollng Is done after the cars are By balance". .-"-..-...u.u.n..Kl !>!.<. No. K. 26f.6 \

loaded. cooling can not be commenced To bal (room last n.port _ 172 : The Waters & Carson DR. M. J. HICKS

0 until the car is fully loaded To amt reed from tax coll 26 ( (f

_IV and transported to the preceding lit ( PHYSICIAN and SURGEON <

0 plant. This necessarily Involves a ny paid warrants as per list t
I '

delay before cooling. This delay If By balance _ _ _ p .' 96 i Women Tell Why They Office State Bank Building :

1kV considerable, corresponds In ajway lo "nh-" I>UI. Nn. A.T This Magazine Grocery Company Phones. Office 41ResIdence
? Love
hal from host report _ 3 19 40
fruit or-
the delayed cooling of Tn amt re<.d from tax cull 3 ;; From Fashion to Fiction it i. Su-

dinary refrigeration. In the warehouse I""C",.... Mf.. J. H.. of New iorkof .

_ _ V type of plant the- fruit can be 121 )) ihr macKBliifl* 1 taTh wr taton: rr _
Rv paid warrants as per list 19 ; 'nk ALL H ,l-t WHIM Mr V
rOt I Mel J. W.
Wholesale Dealers in
and Retail
_ _ V placed In the cooling rooms as soon \\ ..r. allfurnia, It ha* au<'li hrlpful hou.

0 I i It Is packed and the cooling accomplished By Balance p _ . uu _ 104 o ..0,0. ,u,,.,llim.. (nod clean bright"tnrln" .
. as S. I. dimit Tn no. I .IN m try l I\lpfi' y .. .... 'Itian FUNERAL DIRECTORand
with less delay. As a ,n,I vo[ > I received .1 ro. tar more
4 t Hills were approd and '''Lh ... ta, 0,0 S .... .hM.'I.,, '' GROCERIESWE
: rule, the cooling Is more uniform In Isnued as followsC urn* Mrh A J. of Ten. .. 'I cannot tell i

warehouse plant and less refrigeration K Yow,.ll, sal suptV _ _ _ 1121 ( 0', ii nil tliat, tt flies'''" I.. nir ..".MI'ALl.. a milhi II
a 'K
\ C Mass M B r I _ _ _ 4.(''' i HI,"iina nuUwrllNir'' 1 han taki-n "
than In car pre oohu - : M V'.A/.IMi'' : uttii o I wan 10..1' l and myTII Ii LICENSED V i
0 Is required J S Strut I on. M II IValt.r I _ _ f 'Hr ....k It fur years ...r..,.. .inI) Ing as there Is less leakage through \ Bronson M B P I u. r 1 K l'' H f,..r rvrry 1,1.1 Ever, new 0 house than (1 It Wooilall, janitor Hch 1V _ 41) ;; i i'l'rr"[: t (help' 1 l lam. my unhand. >. I Store and Chapel Stewart Ave.
the wall of the storage (' \ lieputx Jiinltor s,'h lfiMlss 27 .." mum tmvft Illon that 'nun MH'ALL I<'
S refrigerator car. The mi I l I.t \\m TlfcNt. .. I ,,"u\\ nut oh!I" ullhout( It I 'H. .:. .:. .:.
in an ordinary ( Anne B Carson servlcscannttiit < < 0 0 0 < < < 0 .-0 .. 0 0 ( -.- . < < Kl s4mmee. Fla.
refrigeration in a warehouse plant club _ _ _ _ _ _ 21 = A Rnwi,..J Fa..... A.tUrrtfUr 45 Torn a (. .
\ 0 1\11'.1 H !Steffi' '... nal tchr ..'h 3 41 ( Mme Sdocnbon I1uoo u, OtF...... ..- i! < 0 0
U F ; can be secured either by the use of Mrs llhoda l.uc'uH. sal tihr .<'h 4Miss 4'. ( I am 'in my Tilth' year .".1 .1111 .u ..,tt. i! 0 SELL: 0 < \E BUY : <
from a mixture I.nla i sal tchr nch r. 40 .tniT ni>Hilf I Ilk. 01,1 AU.'M the t loOt and .:. Crawford
irmoml. U
airmonla plant or < W.
Zs an 1 |".*. 'hrrn itr-iwmakli." .10... I .... 20" 6 0 < Lee Jarrell
3 _ ft ( ..
l.ulil Urtnoiid. S! II'!
F of Ice and salt. For small associations 0 rOD-n Mi* M t 1. J <>f mm*.11' Ut FmraH ;; 0 HAY ': <
Mrs K .\ Burnett sal itch R 411 '" .,trt.*"..01,01 0 lr..'>ii. and (Ha ,'10,1. ant 'Infntnllv S Hints) : 0 CRAWFORD & JARRELLArfoRNE's.Ai'Ltw
.0 / especially wher Ice can be obtained Miss Star! !l'atsliy.) sal tchr ....h" 45 .000,0, II',.. I.IIH", '. I lore ,Daniel, I,, Irrn 10' 5 0 ( .
L at a reasonable price. Ice and V .\ llrantlex sal 1 tilir sch lS 40 ( lOOMIS ati,1 .t.>litily rObe Mm HM Iii 0 GRAIN .:. < <
N. A Uraiill. sob 12 S !S' I>s2K 'tn l of Kciitui, k\ <>ur family han worked FLItS

I alt plants are both practical and I P. Miles sill tchr si'h 13 65 f r y..bIt.r y.. )i:nr but two vine. *nf yotir NrliraakaI maia l 0 : < 0 Offices : 4. 5, (;, und 7 Citizens
t Mian It
l up' atartt' .5 V probably more economical than the v I' ?oIll's. Hal "<'h n !s I s I' 3 21 I 10' 0 ammonia plants. In Miss Cnrrl. Yon toni tihr p< h 13 411 t'lit, M1 Al.I. .t.* an.I I ,100rr 0 tur* < < \(OOI) ) 0 Bunk liuililnif
more expensive Miss ('nirl Yon sih 13 S '< P 1 I" ; nil i v ,rl, ul,i,10,, .tn (THin nrrfrtt. xattiifartlonwrit SHINGLES *
, this system, refrigeration Is secured Mrs I. I. K"'rtlc, sal trhr vbMtns 15 41)) -* Mr* II of Irxllana, Tli. m"nt or.II ;;; < < KisMmmee Flotilla
I'eille Hanesdnll I "h 11 411' ] .0 U lx.". MI faihlona' Tour r'ani-y-WorkI I < .AM
I : by drawing air through the bottom Miss C..clle Kamsdell, I'h": ,. schIS. I:"< l.srtmrt' I ,* r.rnnl; l Quite : few tlollart. i ORANGE BOXES 0
I r mr MHIP' Mr C nf J rr on 0 -
V Ailed with
tank <
of an insulated a S vi! |II 4 5 i
u -
S mixture of Ice and salt. The temperature Miss 0 Ola Campbill. tcbr H"h 22V 40' Su Momtkg' Trial Smk* ; \ S! .lohnHon sal tchr ",'h 26 in Add.- THE McCALL COMPANY Ii I'0). ORANGE WRAPS. < LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYA'L.AW
of the air after It ,has pass Miss I MHO I Norton, Kbr BI h 27 40 705 McCall Ride Mw York CI,.. N Y. ; < (OTny[ <
ed through this mixture will depend Mrs II C Wheiler) tihr itch 31 40 ,( VEGETABLE( ,
; of salt mixed! MmMm. N.III.Ih..rh.( ..... sch 11 411( ". FREE! = 0 CRATES 0 I 0 < Waring Building.

: upon the percentage NellieVetherhee, S S r> 6 r. T. W.... Wh. ".1] K.mpl. Copy.. nlIMiVAIl. Ii 0 0 0 PRODUCE <
V with the ice. Air is forced through \frn. I-rtttle Huff. tchr HI'h 41B 4li H "A"A1.I''Ian.>l .1 n.r. (icra.ljr II CRATE NAILS 'C'
u- <> Beebe. trans pupils It,.frrrnc. rallcm I'.l.l,>...." FREE: on rrnurstT 0 <
1 false floor In the cooling room up Mrerh 5. S S r> 3 .. _ _ _ 21 Fluey NMdUwvrktn' I J4 p.i. 'fancy, I < <, 4 < Whenever You Ne a On

through and between the boxes of C' I* Bandy com tnx "011.01. 8r.R Work ",' HlllrhM wrllh new. FlIrK boOm., for ant,IrM'1'. InLmlirol < 0 < <. .> *: .:> .> * < Qre's (
Ivry MimpT < < < < << < .0- < < 0 < -< W
fruit and Is again taken back to the - u _ _ __ - u _ - _ 2 ChHreh Wst'tril! Sinn' 00 Olson' In nr Old
In the ceiling C. I... Bandy, com tax ('011. S S (luirrh1, A V Icetanks through ducts Ii No. R _ - -- _ _ - ---- 1 .l.,lnf t'I.i' ,." 'Inilorvt" too 3000 rhurrhrftT We sell Held and garden seeds of all kinds. Tonic is equally valuble a i. J
of tbe. cooling room. Vhls type C. 1.. Handy com tax roll R H a.s inrf :iCIub Ralwnt? Ak tnrM.CAM. General Tonic because it .
H SIno l.l KIUIK OF OIFTH .nj Wi special attention to fitting out hunting and contains the ,
U D No.4 __ u.n _ . .-. _ < 'I give camping parties.
111 far a. equipment PK1ZK: (tFFFnT well known tonic
Of plant a. mammoth $ 10000 TAHM properties of QUININB
C. I. tax coll. S S No.
Bandy com B... and Girl' BI...... ant) hun.lreda Free delivery in Iimiu. 'Phone 12.
'.concerned Inexpensive and is especi- p No. 8 ..- -- -- - __ _ _ 4 nf olWr' I'('... O1VFN AWAY Wrll. (or city and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drv ;
.applicable to sections whero the C. U. Bandy com tax coll. R R Urf ALL'R "tlranil offer ,. lion and UlrK." We are county agents for good fertilize"- k ui for circular and out Malaria, Enriches tbe ,3

5- P, No.2 u.Un.u.u - 1 , fim111ttIoWlulIJISUSi' prC Builds the WLiole aa ,
.bcrt mtiitiimmiitiiniiuiitiiuniuiiiiuinHiininuiiuiniiiiiiuiiiiu
Is relatively fertilizers. up 50
on .
.,'shipping _season C. L. Bandy. com. tax coll. S S '-1 / Sy.te cnu

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.4-I-I I I I I I I I I I Illllllll I "Mil, S "kss of ; W% 'of --

SE" 8W' Scc and all other which may be (Ion shall he The Quality Store perntI.mi "." o
po..r. Tasnpa A Ker ...
FV. ; ___ 4 act. and Article S. ,\ cut .0.11. -1.01 DI.C' No 1_' .
thlnara, to exercise any office and hallway'
general To
t : .r, a ._ __ a
Legal N W.r : ? .oC. .__. & neceisary, expedient- convenient In principal: place business of this llosii 1k. IVnainrlTasila Coaspaay for Amount collected. '.,?. I.U'.J'

V'Nt %\ j---- BI': connection with Or In addition to the corporation aUo be In the city of Innnraaeva wa 1.I',. and tdrantlaar ?,.,..,..,.*.. 709.57

N ,". I'8' -of--- bmdnesfl and businesses h.r.lnb.toreIppln..c. KII"tmm.e. County of Osceola. state A ...UI.. a rora>ora loa| Holx-rt J. Balance to be collected

Advertisementsituiuiuiiii.u.t' V NW14 : which a natural person or a The .board of dlrectora Kdmsirds .. Frnnrln .u. Chnplm. .. ._. 12239.67
; J'iorlda.
ki.ltphaol I> I
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t i ----- 510. _
: : -- of cole t
N*' : i V- : thla character may law mav branch offices at other anrvUlnar Kxrvntern of Ike Saul To amount assessed _
--------u. I fulfy do and exerclne. and to do any places from time to time aa be M III and 'IVntnnx-nt of Jneeb 1114.i Amount ,,._ 1'71.',
.t -. and all of the businesses or He. desired. mal- "'.rd..anvdi Henert J. collected'I..... '
iiir- t thInI'
l -c1w4rc 1 tOne.d. cither alone Article |. The period of existence ..... Kdwanla and < 1.M.. Kdoardn. .. Balance to be .
l-V COt'flT Of COUNTY ,IVDGE:, Wtef NIt 01 'of :t'' of this corporation shall be ninety. ehlldn-n and aole....1. ait. Hard $. collected_ ..- 1.840.',

STATR OF1 FLORID.\: ItflttiW: % '? F' l1'4 of he Intention of the Incorporators ,nine years.Article law .. said Jnrvb Bdnardn. aermn.e To amount Hoasl
tI' OSCUOI.A: COUNTY -K',4 ot N\V' of NW1 that all of the power 4. The ireneral nature of the ' IW ot NW : specified business of collected ...-"II___
\If M\I4 and clauses I 'Carn'' in thispara.'raph. thla corporation shall be:

",, ; I. .. Katate of Rrwlsi II. Drl..... N\ :,E ot'N\V % : 8 10 shall otherwise to do a general dry Roods and notion I .pp..rlnl from the return of the Balance to be collected I

Notice la hereby given to all whem oO"WI: ot.8 8W1 of .xpr..A..d. In aald plralrapl be Jobblnir and commission business; and < subpoenas lasued In Dated Lec.6th. A. D. ___.

r It may concern. that on the 10th day W oiV'4------------------! 1 no wl.e Ilml..d or ret.r. Kejnerally to do a mercantile and dry the abovv-atyled cause for the defend J. U 1915.
of February A. D. 1916 I shall __ ence to woods business. ants, the OVKR8TUEI5T.
apply N ) Slt4 1 from the terms To carry on all or any Florida Commercial
,. to the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge N..- :_ of SEt4- any other clause of thla charter or Another of the buHlnesa nf mbnuracturea. mer.ehanta. Company under the laws Circuit Court.
,fot aald Court aa Judge of Probate for of le ) - -:: -_----- U narHKraph I In this charter, tout wholesale Import- of the : the Jackson By Oaceola County. Florida.

:.J my final dlscnarite a. Administrator N' I NJ'4 - -" _ '_ 16 that the objecta and powers named era exporters, arenerally without limi ville. .."corN'rd'\ Hallway f. JAMEs M. JOHNSTON,

of the estate of Erwin H Bridges, dereaaed .r t: ; R\1\ ; SW and mentioned "hal be Independenttluj..ei tations na to class of I.roductl andmetrhandlse. Company: created and ] D. C

; and at the name time I will E'I. Rr UhU'h 1 ( a and %'" but ." .. dry exintliiK under the laws of the State KKI'OIIT
aAraent to Maid Court my final account 011\1 % ; 81: '. ot Thl. chnrter may be amended from icoods of every .Iu. and description of FIii, Ihti. that ".r\'lc. of process can- U' TIN 'CH.UIT.O
PjBAdnilnlstrntor of aald .' - h - _. to I line proIded I imludlnttr I Ia ... not be huil. '
catate and aak .r SI' RI ] 1m. as by law now c emh'.ulI..r.. find ; aicalnst either of th. ..alle.trlItra THE TTK Ht\K Or"
r Tr their approxal N\ I 01 N"J li .t NPI" Ijercafur ...".t.d. bite %tiilalllli'ilu, n.thnH. r-lb- lion defendanta by reason of at ...t__ KK1IMMKIO
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Dated. August 2nd 19115 of I4 or-Wi 20 A lone h ulotes, curtains, the falluie I I of the aald corporations toebct Mtnleit
HE" Florida.
va. ; : rfrl. ar' 1.'A:: :; at the plane of
A. NP' or textile '
DROUGHT. I ll kinds oirit-eis or
N of i' li i. I The ami-Hint 0 capital stock of house I u nnd
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1 h 22 facture and deal In ( .. and are .r.I
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of I.ltsle I Moselet. t""IH"1.. 'at.underBlKlicd .t- beconiliiitliitnip.iiat.I the (..aits JOHN8THN. .MI a IOU", aHHeHHCd $11 t I 2.6! 14nmiint lo thlH r..i t for 1..U.r. of V UHceola .'ount y. .I.rl.\.. within of 1'lorlda "d. C.. I|I-.VT i IP oscci, n.! v i coll..t.d _ _ I IJ II'.I' ] I ti.ittoti tin the ..tnl. of Zaa.. <1ciHM .

Kxe.utor .r p.tat.'hereof trllele 1. state of Florida ) ni: IT K.MIU.N, t b. fine tIle, tli'tiItIlI'I'MilRltr'Il 1' -- <'(J I lnt: I i. of nntd Countv of OHCHO.) !*

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8-R of buMliK-ss Bliall InIn the ,City of IT KNOWN. That before me. theunderslarneil 11.11. IJ. Cole to me Well lcnot\n and .Vinount II1 1\,0 ___n_.__ 2.7U5.43 j jIlnlnnco h.tor. thin Court on or before the loth
i Klsalmmee Oscuola County In the officer duly authol'Izedunder kln.n to be the Indh'ldunll named In I .''aot February A. 17. 1H18 and fll*

IIII.I. TO CVUlT'TI..1I. State of Florida, and Ita shall) the Lowe of the State nf Florida and who names to theforetrolnir .10 be collected ? 28.60 obj4-rtlon, It. any .thy have, to the
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be conducted elsewhere Stateof to administer oath. and take nc charter. and Mali Seheei Diet. Si,. __ Klnntlniv of I.t.rl of Adminictratinn

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the tutC .I Fiorldm through appeared J H. Cbailes I linnemail Amount j 'HinnU'J ,a'lh.Henrietta' Tint
nut ( 'I.1 other offlcea, fon"Kan. Ibo saivo/oy the purpoaca tUerx'ln ex* collected 4.I.iaii5 40S.21 or
l !a for Decide ouailr. ,. h'an.hfl. a gu.nchor otherxvlBe/ and.Tat each to me proKB.-d. '< ,,I I. , , ., I '," " h" "" ). ;. '. c l"m. ol .i* fit per MOM or nernonn
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Le.lejr and Walter t!. Bane. Article 2. the Individuals' described In and v'hoMiibHcrlhed at\ .. County and State nYoreBlld -' "u. ......, r>l.t..Si,. 5: :8., of the county afor..nald this thJ Tilt

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I llIllIlt't" I t''I'' ,I I. I .. jJati-d A 2 ld. A D 1 lilt! I < ', I PI.I:! I,. Hi Tiinbll I or to Sfiini' other fltpi
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bx , 'friMlnntM.II A OP \\ BS m\ mime as Cimntv Judire
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IA was
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'nit on
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a replied :
I tin" I .I ITo i , hi, 'hs question; was put to ,
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ii. I.I.I"O'. P.T. A I. I liuidM. .If .bin-' ,"I" dral,IIIIK., t'laliIs!I." I. "'It HIS .t.\ \.II: : ''.;. s..uth. "f ItniK.' 33 I'HI thu,1... , I,.. "Itt ," "'.1 t2Yui2C'l "In de Baptist thurch." J

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;,mrav;' ,,, n--; 'I' ,.,Itil, ". II I 7tlIOiljlt chil4| said the exhorter .
ltiri IN "'" I : I" ii.i < mil. ,iliiii.' :.17 .111.1, ni." )lb .. c. :47 "Why, ,
havlnr filed a 1..1, ti' I ''U'"I"" 1 \ I ' ,1,1 .- : '19
The complainant ,0 I '
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thatI r"lur.. \HI ..1"I," I ,', I N( '( ,iliPOIt \Tli' "Vtx ,., ._- "yor ain't in de army; yo's in da .
..worn bill In this cause, nl..olnl 1".1 TIll al \1'I: l' : | :" i ip \\hnli, applli' itlon "II b. I.IP' -- 1
/ It IxlleteH that there are p..rAon. Interested To ,'qlir. IU I " talp I I I ,ini'l rsi I .in ,,1. b, tI'I bv nnd I 'bxull.l. ,n tin p" till It in fm, I H il, tioxv ontil U.1t4) Ilt',, t. I", .1.1.,1 36."M31..1 . navy."

, -1 i In the property Involved I lus', hold .,i..l., I " pr."h. ... ., ,' im'l' <'I' I In.orpotatbii I, .IKM.I- I'' I In HI Id < 't'ti II .". ..' :1 _ _

In whose names are unknown< hl.t"-' ..x".rt. ,tlmiliIM'' ., ,..lilt,j '1.. rtlhlie. "" 1'.r Ih. ,",", ,Ix.s In, thel. fill the P"-' I Paled. I Ixt.mb.l f'Mh' A I' 1 !" I : T. nl"," .... HH..I _ 2,4.c 4' A NEW DEFINITION '
and nIl ltIliitt,. 1,1 .I ',10'' bodt polltl'' li nd l
and having demanded thin order rnly .| |I", .illllK I ; \VV CIlANt'1Elt, \'I'IIt 1,1.1. uu 7.7IIHllnc"
otherwise compiled with the law 'allpartlea In, I. fish ,".1"" nlIIP '1,14.' ..f' un.l"| and. pursuant tn lIeisv' >-4t 0 Alml"I..I'Itor.. A number of business men at lunch
tu 11.1. .liii S mi'll. 51101p. ,'I'p'' of Florida. IK; h" 2,3141,65nuJ.ieeh.el
claiming Interests In the nropertv ".. op"rale !' .r th.I I'AI. piotldlnic I. r.I.tp1 ..u. eon were giving definitions of "optimist"
pteftnillli .
hereinafter F. Booth deceased described "nt'r Theodore N.- and own yetii'tC. nwt.r laun"hp, 0"-1 !ror Ih', and, fiVniiiitlon.' lininunlths management of corporatiofle.tile -. lulL Tfl M lET TITLEI. To amount aA."d II.t.0._ _up 19241 and "pessimiaV relates the "

nadarer. deceased. Orrln Elphah.t InN. and olh.'r ,,..,,10 and Property" PoWer 'ii 0l15 "f which lawa are here- the (IromU ('osel. ".. .tk Jndlrlnl Amount .oleot.d h.u _ 1.11 Los Ang'elos'Tiniea. On of them offered I
used In huuilfl' .. trade. to ni declare C'lrrnlt .. Klorldn. and for Unreola -
deceaaed, or under either of them or be I't Commerce and w.' the following: I
and nn.1 by ac."I.,1 .. Incorporation C..m r. !. hnneerr.B. Balance to be collected __ __
otherwise and all partlea enIntereat navloaton. "
In, aald clalmlna: the dock.. wharvru"t and that ih"wl"N! and be the chart.r Kln A K.r 4fl ._ ''no.n "A pessimist, *mya, 'Ii ,ther."ny'(
and 'rmln '. In c" Ware .h.1 cnaliut. laau- K.. aklnner. D. Ikipper., C. A. "klpxrr. To where '
J.nd.u..d In Oaceola County, de- houa upon amount asaesaedArhount _____ '__ milk in that pitcher, *n

,crIb." .." follow S.c.I" with'To purchase aln'M ant and .11 other onne-II lon anne of i of Letters Patent according to .. J. .. HeiMrrta. Had .. E H./l>. collected ..-,____.__ 47S.60 )Uml t ,remrk* 'PM., the qsm, '

.3" of,, NBH.;.. SWH of NEK ; NW < neasoa,. and to do any and %|l otber Du.l. : 1. 'he name of the corpora"i -- I !Ier. .__efl C....... C.r t> aJ.e;< tC, be eoflcted' ,.. ..I... 1..1."

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I begin with a :Spanish; breakfast, at I what we can. put Into this work rather ... .- ...

POLITICAL BEEBUZZING which some novel features will be] EXPRESS RATES'TO BE thutrt what)we can fetlout' of it. r. i.1

presented and to which' noted winter 4. The International system does STATE PRESS COMMENTS .l
visitors to Florida will be invited. not exist or seek support for its .own .
; i IN OSCEOLA Season passes will at mailedto GIVEN STATE HEARING sake but in order that it may aid .1 : '. f

the newspaper men, and an opproI tho school to do morer efficient( work. I __TTTT- OOHOo-o-.OOOoOOo. . . . . - - - oootO.- t
I cfiide for the sufficiently .. I
priation has been set 5. Are wo emphasizing .
.. 'I of making a "New Year's RAILROAD I COMMISSIONERSCALL : the matter of making the scope of VKKJ" V rffW- BHMMMrA''l';&"nI.lI periences and lesona we have learn
: ::11 (Continued from page 1) |'I purpose gift, to those of tho section who have MEETING FOR JANUARY the Sunday school program complete, I Winter Park; expended over $285.- ed. This the lit of January, 1916, is

done so much in behalf of this move- 26TH TO CONSIDER ADOPTION: in cradle roll home department, organized 000 on public: improvements during: our 49th birthday, and still the end
.Supreme Court. I' mtnt. for the development of South OF) .MODIFIED: FORM OF INTERSTATE : classes, etc ? the past year-which proves anew the of the journey seems a long way off.,
One candidate for governor. 1 COMMISSION: SCHEME. progressiveness of Orlando's hustling; Thank God however that as we look
One candidate for secretary of Florida. little neighbor.-Orlando Reporter- the pathway bf the future we can
Fourteen( counties have entered the up.
state. i) fair movement to date, and others I Truck growers and others who! are : CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS Star. still see smiling friendlv faces, ftow'i' '
I One candidate for attorney generaL will eb added early during the prec- extensive shipper? by express will i.e of the era blooming bv the roadside} opportunities .." ,;
| Bob
last Editor
One candidate for comptroller.One at golly .
interested in the lend to 't
issued helping
of following to Q
number :
An counties -
ent .
One candidate for treasurer. I I has ..never equal been represented at by the Florida.. Railroad Commission -I ARE NOW BEING SOLDThe Sanford Herald seems to be (retting those lcs8bleHtfed with'endurance and }
One candidate for superintendent Just a little weary of C'lcarenceWoods'
a Florida, state fair before. Many in the matter of the proposal to S'minole'sbrick start once more on the long$ trail with
of public instruction. ''communities and scores of ,individuals: adopt a modified form of the Inter- knocks regarding that high hope which springs eternnlrr 'i

1: One candidate. for. commissioner ofagriculture. i also will be represented. All exhibition state Commerce Commission's express soliciting committees! of the roads.-Orlando-<0- Reporter-Star. in the human brest. Well time flie tAllyn'in '

f. One candidate for railroad commis buildings, on which the city of rate scheme of plan for stating; Chautauqua asociation are busy at Editor Hob Holly's son, Reginald and we must be on our way.-
sioner. I I Tampa and the Fair Association haveexpended rates: I work and report encouraging! pro of Sanford has been appointed a page the Sarasota Sun. I,:
,' more than $20,000 will be I Whereas the! Interstate Commerce If the others respond) as liberAlly -.>-- ;
One candidate for adjutant general. !gress. in the House of Representatives at '
.. One candidate for state chemist. ready for use January Kith nearly I Commission heretofore adopted a uni- I as those who have already been Washington.! Wlyen confrivs ad- A hundsom:? Itooklet issued' by the :
three weeks before Ithe fair gates form scheme or plan for stating1/ express support will be pro of Osceola i'
One assistant state auditor. seen an ample journs he will remain in Washington county commissioners
One candidate for judge of the circuit -''open. All high class amurement at- I Whereas rates ; and I I vided. Kissimmee is no in the habitof for the Hummer and tike 'i 1 -' I seventh cir tractions have .been contracted for said plan. or a modified falling down on a fair and square for Academy compiled by C. F. Johnson! onetime
r i court of the judicial I form thereof has been course to prepare the :Naval:;,, was .
) cuiL. 'and shipments of fast horses and run- already adopted issue, and doubtless these committeeswill at Annapolis where lie wishes. newspaper man of Kissimmee!
S One candidate for member of the ing hOI sea, which will race dally onI by nearly al of the states; and I report entire SUI-CCKH in due sea to 'lit ;himself. for an aviator would now connected with the Tampa Tribune -
Wnrreas the
Uie Fair Grounds track pre coming Railroad Cimmission- This is certainly a cause to It is handsome
House of Representatives. I I| son. be natural for Kditor Holh'on. to job department. a -
i One candidate supervisor of regis! in from many points. Although gam'bling ers deal of of Florida have given a great which nil I should respond l proittptly.FINE.CUPS I have high ambitions. And it- a distiiiftie piece of(1/ k all t he way
: tration. will be prohibited the races mejexpecU'd consideration to the question \ honor for a'FIOI id.: l-oy to through, iind 1 will serve( well. ;its objectin .

(One) candidate for count judge.One I to be one of the most nt- having i.tlendL'd numerous confer- ...-..cue. ( th'is l ; appointment -,1 asotaTimes. in adMMtisiiig! I lesources" , mid 1 advantages -
) fu uli '' and with the Southern!
) rniididate! for clerk of the( circuit _. ---:.- .
-- -- -- -- I
Express Company; and,
a- court. )Hear me, how time t1. It is .
One) riindidaU'I I for county t assessor EASTERN STAR LODGE Wh"' ."'II'- our investigation shows) OFFERED TO GOLFERS I wentv-three years ago si ,e .1 .1 Corliett 'j :NOTICK'To :
iI,1 tin' '
t I ''' '''I'tlol1 I of Mich |>ii.: \\ ml .. "
f of .. "
tuxes. 1 I"\, .". .limit, jrroater unif.pi mitv of licked John L. Sulliv..i ,. were .
) candidnloOne ; ( for I lax collector I the (Owners) of ( /-teolaI
One inVtt: : York City lit t < t t'pie' anil ( Propel ty
within tilt'
alt! s / ( stat of Florida
) (candidat. for coontv( superminst ) INSTALLS OFFICERS Xo\v. thel, ; 'I" n Iriinl-oni". ,, -teilinr, , -.1\1' i "1'- minified our 1 ten'with; < t I vini; I County : ."
cfnrc. this i !
I I to notify'HI
tendent of public met ion. (. Iv.M' :n i i\ed( (I nt t tin- ( ;lolf I ''.), ii'idot'i'r t 1 thioiof, the fallen hero. Life holds I a i 111'I.i I I be at t I the following I I i namedirecinet
t : .11 rill .lumiUI' V :L.1'itll'; Hill'! ] ,nl .
( "III1l1da Il' for, coyn1 \ surveyor, 'i'i, j n'i J lui, k in) 'the mo """'. tin- lail-{ pii'e-' ( me bi'ing ilvi I to the .nine stiunge t I experiences. a.s all of | < ,on( dates given! below for
1- i\e caiulidatsionei i.s for countv comnnIne *- 1'11/I !I't MIII NIIUKI) : ) PI'KSONS; ( ...,01 < niiinii-.iuiier.s, ,i.l' fie'. stiiie, ..' .: .::1'I"I :. \ i aiuii'n g: I tin- i :' I m..IIl' I M-t I di-cover.I u ( and u fecl'ng, ,', ol'wiai l i- the (trill l'f i en-mug! lax letiirns .

'. \1"11-111:1): I INM I M.I.! / \TIONM ( I. ., IIi"!: \'. ill hold, :' in, t ting! at t then , iie-- steals over us as we i e fleet. upon of both i ieal: and personal( pinperty.Shingle .
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I (the lioaiil of | nhlie, in -t lie I ,MI'. ]i. \ / > S0( I HI\r.( I :MNS10NT; I "I ii-, h"I'! I they sliMill I :i-.dopt, 1 tin ,1"I . i ''''| I t tin t i t n i I in I their" I 1 best 1 : miles" we hiive' I traveled( since Tin ;dav I: '. .1.lanuai.v't i tlt.
,, fel I .. I lime-t I III' ,"t 'i U i r l 1..0 I b.l-e, li""I'-"f ( 'ainpliell; 1'1" ; ''nl'l No. '! Wediu-s-
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I'olll- d 1i I'I."I'! "- lit l.ngi: / to 11., 'I'" \\ IIK< I II I SI'l.l.NDIII/ I Ii I :ii < 'onimi-, <. (Cnniiiiis t ,J io t tional ('t>!nnt i 1'OI1. anil I tm 0 .It'l.| '_' ,,1. \\ vs I-IMHII.II: :: : ( i.ot) ( it : ; | IhS\ helmor, I'Iti n fii', I .,1.i ; "n- 'I'll-, .,",,, r.rie-aIJ.1I. lonnd I ii"d;: the t valleys we l..i\e deeindedintii. ' <111\'. .Ialllla'( I \ :",..1 i IiSI
to the national) ,con\eiiMon fnun, I III.congK I llt.5; li'id I t fmin, ? ,'M I I In-. pl-l l ...I l I I'u I I.Ml..I V I t til ll'id I t'" 'II I I the I conquests h..\I' von "i''dIII. t. ''loud( ; I'ri-cinct' :No.: I Thin S-
.. \ i-i"I io !s. st..MIIT' ;" <>r a nr i . '. I I., ,!I" 1111 n'ay' Heirm-! di\I .I.imiat 2"; h.
sionnl, ,, di-l, i 1 let. S hci, ..f. \\nli 1 o ) I" : t buttles we ltti\ (' )lost. :Not for : ( (; y : \
certaineepiions ;tI ii| triioil t cb.iiiee.; !ii i- .'.ini > I Ci-ili!, ( ti'i i I'leiim. :No.: ." Saturdav.
will hn\e I
a- illio-I woliM I i I the u i > -
A member of t the national committee '! <( :.Ide, to, KIoridi, : < iiinmoditie, ', :t tIC i-id i ej I n t I v e t 1".1" : t>/.1 1I
t of the )paity., l-'ulK l I t\\o liuiid'id I 1 ;pet-i'M-' attendedhe t tI , cnn-ider. , and ditcimnc I ., ))1u'h, "i- "|Ii|.' i ''J'I] t I be coMllc-tftl, .t! I'd! Upon I u I I lei I \ "I 11,I HUT years.nnr( for, I twice t t that .1//,11I11:11\: I ' :'Ji'thWlnttiir :,',
I/.1', oj li', I..i.: wouldve the )' I I 'i" ,'ii(4t( :No.:; I I.1tiItlttIl I', :Mon'day,
.11' ainoiint h..i exTliUKLS : -
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l-'i\e I ,puidential" elector-. ; I inn' I p-ilihi- : I'' .oIlal I i (in I nl' I Ih theHinal l''-t'"HIS'I as may IIMMri 1 ) 1 tin-, l pi < m fm nienilierihr \ ,uI ...,..,...... .
In uutit: 'ii -- :'tlst
. I I"I Mill t I I "r I r "
(Outrandidiite) for -tale's.seventh : al1nl'n.\. h ,, I'"a"; " = "- I .1:'" of"'; els I'I at! e '
I '. -honl I! I -.n -tilt with I ,, I'recinet X.I!l 1111- da '
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jixlu-ial circuit.I :''(,'''. !> Mall!: l.'i-t:, ,nielit.! Ml -Mi--lI :, Ad! at, -aul, time asi.l!, "''jcc :all i "LOMiSK"/ ) :
\. I htidi, t lie 1'1'' "lot 111 at I 1 1-Ybrnai. I 1-1 II
'One) candidate foi' stateeniKin' 1 0 i-. I their, \\i\e- and. "laiiglitei, \\ ereiiiMled -. ''i'iilH: and i ight, fully ink-rested\ 'm\ y
from t the toiinties of (O-ceola) ) ( )ranvre" I I I I 'I ti> attend t I I I and llie St. (Cloud I \ I < 'lia\i'I: ;a;ikj ()pPO"llIlf I I t I I y I lo !10.. h"IId t t I ; h,. ',1!i I'll", ,i-' :Michael) (O'llearn) : i I 1.1'' III I'ltts- I I dav.Hasvcujr-I lirvini;. 1'iecinet'' dNarcoossee 1 :No. 7 Thut -,- ..

and Seininide.Tn 1 hapti-r: , "f the l ;,i-te-n M.irv.i'? I II iei- \Viin ' I the hand of, the rhiiimin) : : l liuig.ays, / the 1'ost. I 11 I < >I n i IOM'I, know : : i y, Piecinct> :N',. !S Monday -'
: tin- connection iI"I is interr-iii. ; "'fIn I ieent I d 1 I iy a I.litre Lumber., < -I -.lid I'ailroul: t l omniis-iimei-( ' tf-! I 1111"J liii-., n 1 Ii.: tiiHt'iiiriral , 'February 7th.Uledy .

t note( I that this i di-tiict I i t I I is ..nnongth :: .\ |." ; I ("uogiain! .picceded. the in- :'scil I in' (open/ sf-- ion I li\ I tin :i- nid, I ROYAL ARCH MASONS 1 '! ]' hen ers of ''l-kr.own ( "leek., ; '1l.,-' ,lit i I :N.I. Ill -
I "ise win!* h come under, the jiro\)'" isit.ns i- -tiillatKin I as follow-.1 : u I .iils !-i: --ee. I lit, :'J'Jiid!: d-y: of I >ei Id.ntiev i I i Mike: i l trash i '"'I'I ('"nipniiiir I 1'11"I -.lti. r J ,.1 bruaiMb.I I .

of the re-apport ionment act Vucnlolo.1 :MiHih.'p.1 , ) '.l ,',iiII, , ..i/ llll.'i.:' "room( i" tOld I ,:ii hug' for, KI--IIIIII: ." ,. )l'u''i.' "I.l I :NIL I All\1I
K. I IH'liSOX I 1 1 '= ( ): iti 'Ult.: OFFICERS .
-olution the last INSTALL k
r( passed by
>\ I thiiuigh r :Mil: eh
I Addie'I, 1 he Ili-tmy, of the' Kn-t- "i
; of the legislaturehirh" I ) } will give I ( 'hallll1.1l1. "\\ heie are you MI\V, ? a< t- WII.LI1 1. i\KliKK.:
sinil elation the ::Ma.onic .
('1''' Star it- I to -- :
the nett senator ejected only one M ii sfcion ( ( "ouimoiiore, Ku'I. I him. '
big Ta,1' (1..1.) ( .nintv.
t l-'i ali-i I In A..1. .
cf the legislature i as his te, I". i nity I :No 1 in.t( l I5o\al: "Wa-'untrton' ((1,1) (I'.iitler.:,, and. I It i iI iI iJ
I IM.niinee haptei I
I (
This will I be of if VOCH\] Miln. "Star" of the Ka-t: :Mi-. SUNDAYSCHOOLASS'NHOLDS Sa' I .H," hl'n." :Mih.'iel -
; true course only \ I"h1" -,,ui'-. "..I"II.d: !. 1 .olficel-, i ill' I Iuitttuutg the f'11IJadOlphia.'ia i
the ,proposed amendment I is approved; j IV K. WesiM-r. lucid :Momlay. night: a- fol"j. ( : canr.onaded., I
j by the voters.' Joint I't' ollltlOn.:0: : | :tli'. Squires, of St. ( 'loud. acted, asi ":llu.t cost a lot t i". ...i'l 1 around

-, 341. proposing' an amendment t tOo i installing I I I officer anil was assisted I Il by MEETING SOONThe I ." :M. Willson, .li" .. H. P. ; :'In./ the world.. "
Sections 2:1 and-. 24 of Article VII of :l1r.l ... .\. I. Stevens as marshal ..TndMrs. \lf\ainlei." K. ; S. I.. /l.ui.fer. S. ; II :N.: "Oh/ no; I nlway c" 1.\\0'-rcase." BRACE UP!

the state constitution relating to : Sijuires as chaplain. I Hratton( treasurer; C. "'. I Hann seorelarv -- -- I .
census and reapportfonment! pro'idpsamon After the installation a social hour Kissimmee Sunday its School association , : F. C Mrvan. (C. I H.I ; T.I :N. Currv. 1 ("C"WIl,11I1( i; 1
other things that "The term followed durinr I which refreshments will hold quarterly K. A. C. .1. :M.Hansell at that
I': S. ; II. :M. Peake : "Didn't) I see VNi.nn' ir Ll-Ver-Lax Will A\ake
of office of Senators elected in 19Id were ...I'd.. This! feature of the evening meeting Sunday. Januarv 23rd: at th" I \ :M.'irdV: ; I. K. Farmer. :MJdV: ; pretty girl we j(0-i t pa--,.0I I 17" asked

. shall expire on the first Monday in proved one of the most enjoyable Christian church beginning at, 3 W. A. Smith :MlstV : T.-.I: (Clark :Mrs.. "Boffels, sevmh" You Feel Better
April, 1919. social I events of the season.The o'clock! p. m. A prop-ium follows : guard. and I Dr.> A. J. 'Holt, chaplain. : "I can't say. m\ deal.i answeredMr.
1. Importance and value of district _ ..
"P.I a tell the (
installation was impressively 1 : Boffels!
carried out. The officers installed and county meetings. i A POSKK truth I looked at I hern' hard t that I

: EDITORS TO HAVE DAYATSOUTHFLA. were as follows: :Mrs. J. E. Lupfer I an 2.economical The International agenc" for association! the advancement as! "Poo. tell me one thing?" I forgot" to notice what(\, you were doing That tired feeling, dull headacheand
worthy matron Roma Thomas worthy i ." lasting! Crouch are most probably
; I of all Sunday school Interests. "What is it con ?
patron ; Mrs. Roma Thomas "Why aren't civil authorities always I due to a clogged up liver. Now, don t
FAIR sistant matron; Miss Elizabeth I> as-I ettiquette' .5 !suitE make yourself feel worse by taking
rather on
:3. Should we not emphasize i
gan secretary; )Jr. W. W. Carson "Automobile ncce--one-(( ( eh ? Now I nasty disagreeable calomel but .lean
treasurer; Mrs. B. E. Haley conductress what does that include1'", out that bile and make yourself feel

Tampa, Jan. 14.-Principal among ; :Mrs. M. Tiller assistant conductress "The first itin.. I'd put down on I brighter and better generally by taking ,
the special days of the South Florida ; Mrs. Van Duzer chaplain ; j the list is moneArgentina > 1.1 V.VJoU.LAX. It acts safely,
Fair and Gasparilla Carnival will be Mrs. L. A. Smith, marshal; Mrs. W. |I FULL DETAILS OF PLAN TO SPEND surely end pleasantly and is made en-

"Editors' Day," so named in .honor W. Carson pianist; Mrs. M. D. Alex- j haI I become II great mar- tirely of harmless vegetable material.

S of tho newspaper men of Florida who ander. Ada ; MVs. S. L. Lupfer Ruth: ket for sanitary appliances. UV-VEK-LAX is guaranteed to .
5, '. will be royally entertained Saturday, Mrs. M. A. Evans, Esther;, Miss Mar $50,000 FUND ADVERTISING STATE give satisfaction or your money will ,.,
-5 February 6th, by the Tampa Rotary ion Sargent, Martha; Mrs. J. L. Ov Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days be returned without question. Insiston
r Club, Fair and Carnival Assicittion erstreet: elector Mrs. H. N. Bratton, If PAW the original, bearing the likeness
refund .Q'
and Board of Trade. The day will warden; 11. -M. Peake, sentinel. submitted to the Your drigrlsl 1.11. 10 cute soy e... 0' Jtcbhsg. and signature of L. K. Grigsby, for 4 I
The .success of the state-wide thecanialgn were OINTMENT Bind.BleedIngorr0td1uI, PhirsiS 610 14 de,.. sale here in the 50c and $I sizes ,.t,
-_- -- - ------ --. -- -S-- -- - -- --- --- -- .-- - movement to' advertise Florida na- commission, and "received its approval.It Tb. first.pplioUon gives K..e ...d ILea& soc O oeoFharmacy. -rJi r. ,

t toinally was all but assured at the was decided htat all of the adver- :

I conference at Palatka of board on of trade November representatives 3rd.- outside tising shall of the appear stateQecYmOoerence in ppublications I.;:..;;+-___... ... . . .. . ... ."

So far as the commercial bodiesare outside of the state. Also the<<: commission .

concerned the movement is certain voted that every cent of mony I Classified Advertisements]"r t

". of success as of the 2$5,000 as- raised should be expended for .,

5 signe'd to these organizations. more space in magazines and newspapers, I

than $9,000) was pledged over signatures < and that no official or member of the l ooooooo OOOOOOO.I -

and of this amount a large body should receive any salary or

ti Call 'Phone portion has already been paid in. other compensation for his services. I DWELMNCS(; for rent .apply" to M.Tiller. home.pekaliga.: A few Ideal spot for a winter
) minutes walk from
_ _ _
The co-operation (if.the: railroad The advertising will emphasize ___ country club house.! Telephone and

lines and steamship companies is the attractions and resources of Floridain /FOR SALE (OH TRA IK) -Automobile electric light wires run by the lots.

:; only element so far lacking to complete a general way so that no commun- in good cimiiition.' , ('an be seen at Golf; course on the : pot. A bar-

_ _ _ _ _ _
gatn. Apply Valley Gazette office.
I the success and the expressionsof ity of the state will benefit at the Lupfer & I'ralhrr iarage. 47tf

many prominent transportation officials expense of another. About equal at- FOR SALE-Cash preferred. One .

on the subject has been SO favorable tention will be devoted in the adver- SAI-K old Ad- block of five lots in south part of
FOR xy'ur mare. town. 250 foot
front 208 foot
as to give reason to believe tisements to the recreation advan- dress J. F. :Niswonger, Kissimmee., depth. Rich muck soil to

this support will be promptly given. tages of the state to the appeal of Florida. l-6t banana or truck growing.adapted Eighteen

President Gillett, of the Tampa Florida from the homeseekers" standpoint inch fall to city ditch. Make your

Board of Trade who started the and to the opportunities whcih FOR RENT: -Six room modern cottage home pay for itself.

I it. movement, presided at the meeting.The the state offers to investors. Every JI close in; $12 per month. E. FOR SALE/ -Cash preferred. Three .
Wells Real and Insur-
E. !Estate:
delegates represented all the important commercial body contributing more lots located in residence portion of
ance. 104 I'ossicl Ave. (The Inn).
ocmmercial centers of Flor- than $21&0 to the fund will have its St. Cloud Fla. North railroad,

ida, and an informal discussion preceded name and] address included in all theadvertisements FOR SALE Iron-Clad( ( incubator within easy distance of business!
part of town. Shade afforded by
and these will extend practically IH''n; use one hatch.For .
the actual organizing of the pailiculars) at Gazette of- pine timber. 75 foot front by}, 150
Florida First" Commission a bodyof and invitation to readers to write to fice. 2-tf foot depth. Plenty room for a

all of these organizations for home. Apply Valley Gazette office.
five men appointed to take the matter any or f
personally in charge. This informal further information. The names and FOR SALE Tuenty acres on Kissirnmte -I FOR SALE-Motorboat "Onaway."
I'raine: well located ; $25
discussion revealed unanimityof addresses of transportation companies per bole" cash. Address B, care 29 ft. o. a.; converted cabin cat; .4

1 nSp the People May Know"alley opinion so pronounced that the for- which make contributions also I Valley ( ;iayette/ 4-3t completeily equipped for cruising.Will I}
will\ be incliMed.
mal organization was merely ratifying sell at .
reasonable .
FOR SALK OH TRADE: for horse and very price.
of sentiment already crystallized.Two Aside for the fact that the meet See or write W.
wagon, one 2 cy. Buick In good \y. Saunders, 316

Gazette's desire is to men wh9 attended the con* ing inaugurated an advertising cam- I condition. !nod tires; must sell or Mabbette St., Kissimmee. tf

t p11 the new all the. time, but ference made large contributions on paign for all of Florida which has trade, at our,.. A. M. Jones P. O. ."

Un t ms are sent in by phone, spot, one for $1,000 and one for $500. been needed for so long, it was tremendously Box 221.: 1 KIsKlmmofl. 7tf FOR SALK-Cash only; not moving;
earwrtter, we cannot hop! to get just need the space. Full\ sized iron
Several of the cities have already col- significant as an indica- FoR SAI.K A single buggy bed.
it all. If you know of any item of I good Set best coil springs. Ladies'writing
i' new The Valley Gazette will be very lected their quota, and the balance tion of the new spirit of the state fora with top and( harness, ; will trade for desk. Library table chair

glad to print it. will be in hand in a short time. The "get-together" effort. Every section anything I can'take with me; small and lamp. Combination dresser and
h of Florida and diamond gun! waih etc. Address wash-stand. Oil heater. Oil cook
was represented
Mr. Gillett is
committee appointed by "
I Club Society Lodge, Church or "Trail. care (;azette office. 3tf stove. Small nobhy ice box. Eight-
School notes; people going away or composed of the following: G. A. there was no dissenting voice when day wall clock. Wall mirror 12x24.

coming back; marriages, deaths or McClennan Jacksonville chairman ; several of the speakers expressed STALU(1OFlnIFor( ? : ( ;/)) Colt servile. Set of Mrs. Potts' irons. Choice of ,

births items concerning risitors, Vance W. Helm Tampa secretary; themselves as believing whatever i is Sturdy( strong, intelligent 2 drop-head sewing machines Singer -

.- ,1- building operations in, real going estate out deabj and. \V. P. Franklin Fort Myers, treasurer good for any part of the state willbenefit gentle medium( size, excellent con and Standard. Sell separately or
neighbors moving or ,
in fact anything that will make The ; Frank W. Lloyd Quincy. and B. directly or indirectly, every dition :.Money refunded if no colt nt together Mrs. and Brady's save apartments you money., Call

Valley Gazette more interesting to its L. Hamner, Tampa. The name" officially other portion of Florida. It. was evident -f'-i:! West Oak- Street. 49-1' Valley Gazette office. over I

1 readers. adopted is "Florida First" Com- that the feeling of tolerance and --
1,0:0OF: WANT-
:! ) )() TO $3,000
I, The Valley Gazette's motto Is: "So mission. An offioitl depositary was the desire to co-operate was never so KI:) ) mortgage/ on $20,000 or- teara BARBERTRADE

1 the People May Know," and to that named; steps were taken to protectthe strong in th'state as now and the Influence ange-grapefruit, prove near Tam- ;-

t end we ask your co-operation. name and organization; and the of the meeting for good unquestionably pu: as security." Twelve-room house,
will be farreaching and pi( /acreirioie I 7 acres vacant 1,190
Thomas Advertising Service, of Jack-

l "Help Us Boost Kissimmee" sonville and Tampa, was selected to permanent The advertising cam- hearing stract.v.! ; t trees., j. l FIUPP Hear) Kissimmee.Ha. title. Ab-: ::7 Lj .

: prepare the advertising. paign in itself will mean a great dealto . 3tf : J
Clyde Glenn of Tampa an advertising every citizen and every interest ot FOR SAI.K .
(Ol)|{ TKADE Forty acres n'AOC'f'F.'IE" ,
TO TKK ::1"
Florida and this effort to POSI
agent, addressed the commission promises good l eitrus land, seven miles westof 'IU'S AT GOOD WAtiES. r.
and stated that he had decidednot be but the beginning of many similarones LouRhman. I Land all around this I "III Irurk > ou th. llmrbrr trad.a ..

to solicit the business, believingthat .along state-wide lines. property Selling| ) from $36. to $50 trw "........ pay I'ou ..a.. J..:'{
t an acre Make an offer forqUick ,11. ;. .. _4_ o the Thomas people were better sale j. Rouse me Kissimme, !.. l>u.lll.. ,.. TOOLS "..IIEE.'rlt. .
.. ireparM to handle it efficiently. A California possesses more"than one- Fla., R. F. I D. No. 1. 8-4t \\ for fre rataluB.Irirnlnic JICK.OZIVILI.Ie .
I twelfth of the hydroelectric development $ U.\ltUKK :
. S ._ __ : :A. entatiw list of mediums, sketches of of the United State:, about two lots Lake Shore Addition( ; beautiful 113:1Y.. U., II,,, ............111.. ITU".
lustration* and preliminary copy for 450,000 horespower. situation facing- Lake Toho- -

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