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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: October 27, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00774
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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:I'!' ,i. FEDERAL SUPREME- WOMEN WILL TOUR, a KISSIMMEEAN INVENTS KNOH AND [ N'8P.EAKJN' .:;


OSCEOLA COUNTY AUTOMOBILE RADIAtOR

J : BARS EVERGLADES' LAWSUIT1 I KISSIMMEE CATTS APPEARSCLARK .

MOTHERS AND TEACHERS CLUB CHARLES: ERIKSON SELLS IN- ;

STARTS MOVEMENT FOR VENTION TO R. T. BUTLER, W. J
Jr COUNTY-WIDE APPLICATIONOF IL ARNOLD AND W. A. GREGORY -

9 Reuses To Appoint Receiver for NEW; SCHOOL LAW-EN. -MANUFACTURING COMPANY Comptroller Defends His Candidacy -
n MOVES AND RUMORSOF DORSED BY YOWELL .AND IS FORMED. AND SEARS SIGN
Canal Projects---State Of florida EVANS. and Arraigns His

F :./ Not To Be Sued for Alledged Charles Erikson of this city, bet- JOINT KNOTT Leading Opponent-Senator
PEACE FOR EUROPEPETITION PACT FOR
Dcrelic ion In DrainageThe Following the social program at the ter-known as "Radiator Bill," recently Makes Speech.
last meeting of the Kissimmee Moth- perfected an invention which he /
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Supreme-Court of the United WILSON TO CALLA ers-Teachers Club, last Friday after- calls a sectional radiator) for automobiles Congressmen Clark and Sean have
CONGRESS OF NEUTRALSIn noon, County Superintendent C. E. Comptroller W. V. Knott, candidate -.
States has refused permission to file paid several visits to headquarters for Governor of Florida delivered
Yowell and Principal R. M| Evans, A patent has been secured and Mr.
a suit against the State of Florida for New York, on Oct. 20, the Amer- both of whom the club had invited to Srikson has sold his interest ((reserving' during the past few day*. Yesterday a campaign address in Kisslm

the purpose of compelling the Stateto ican Neutral Cpnference Committee address the meeting as to the advis gross royalty of 5 per cent) they prepared and ,signed the following men yesterday morning at 11 o'clockin

drain certain sections of the Ever- anounoed that a petition will be sent ability' seeking to have the com- In the invention to R. T Butler, W. H. letter in which they tender their support of his candidacy. t
to President Wilson election day When Mr. Knott about
on pulsory-education law put in force was one-
Arnold and W. A. Gregory, who have services to the committee (for the
t Yladgs. that the United States take third done with his address small
asking throughout all of Osceola county, set formed a copartnership to be knownas a ;-
' yk1 The striking and more Important the initiative in casing a neutral conference forth the benefit in county-wide com- "The Sectional Radiator Com- good of the party nominees, includingW. group entered the hall. The chief flg.

feature of the application was that with a view to ending the pulsory education.The pany." V. Knott for Governor, and R. F. Exptctancy of something in the na- :

'4 the court should appoint a receiver to European war. club's members unanimouslyvoted With the radiators now in use. Taylor for Justice of the supreme immediately
Copies of the petition, which it was make this work their ] : "
to special
F take charge of the drainage work in should they become damaged it is court: i
declared has already been signed by currtd, however. Mr. Catts made :
line of action until it is accomplished.They no
to leave the automobile in '
necessary "Jacksonville Fla. Oct. 19 1916.
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the Everglades.Had 150,000 Englishmen, are now beingcirculaten will circulate petitions and unit sign even when Mr. Knott referred to
the a day two while
garage or repairs "lIon. P. Chairman
George Raney,
the court granted this request, .In the United States. edly endeavor to aid in bringing the former's presence in the hall. Mr.
arc being made. and consequently depriving Democratic State' Committee, Jacksonville
the priginal' declaration would have .about an'election on this subject 'al the owner of his means of Fla. Knott nor none 'of his supporters In '" "
been filed. law' action against the PREDICTS SEPARATE PEACE soon as practicable. conveyance. This invention elimi- any way intimated that they wanted
t, State of Florida would have been FOR GERMANY AND RUSSIA Blanks for petitions are now in nates this great disadvantage in i an. "Dear Sir: We, the undersigned anything in the way of debate. Nor "
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:'.. pronecuted, and the United States course of preparation. The 'women extremely simple manner. It is so arranged nominees of-the Democratic party, desire was any inclination for one evinced '
government (in charge of the drain- A" week ago today Hugo Muenster- purpose to tour the county in a canvass that each part is independentFrom to say that we are unqualifiedly from the Catts side.
' work its representative of at Har- supporting the nominees of the Demo- Mr. Catts's '
age through berg, professor psychology for signatures on these. the others, so that if a part of presence was entirely a
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receiver), would have engaged in the vard university, addressed the Inter- the radiator becomes damaged! the cratic party, from Woodrow Wilson coincidence. He had attended a meet-

drainage operations, displacing the national Policy Club of the universityand At the business meeting of the club damaged part can be easily repairedor down, Including lIon. W. V. Knott, ing at Kenansville the night\ before 4}
State of Florida-at least temporar- declared he had reliable Informa- at Mrs. W. B. Makinson's home, Oct. replaced by one without loss Democratic nominee for Governor of and was on his way to fill B date in '
any
tion that Russia and Germany would Florida; lion. R. Fenwick Taylor, Tampa.
y ily. 13, it was decided by unanimous, Vote of time.
Claire D. Vallette and before spring. nominee for Justice of the Supreme Tho meeting held In the
Graystone
Attorneys sign a separate peace I that hereafter the business meetingheld Thrfinvention consists of and y
t Alfred B. Quinton, representing own- After this peace, he said, an alli- ( on second Fridays of each lower casing heads, provided upper with extending Court of Florida, and in fact, every Casino, was somewhat disappointing, ain
ers of Everglades lands, presented the ance would be formed between Germany : month) shall be held in the office of including valve mech- nominee of the Democratic party. numbers to Mr. Knott's friends.
arms,
application or bill. They were backed and Russia and Japan. He said the Osceola High: School. "We desire to say, further, that we Though the affair had been well advertised
anisms. A tubular rod, including a
by the Everglades Drainage and Development that Russia is half starving and bank- Recently admitted members are stand ready at any time on your call: by handbills sent throughoutthe v
plurality of openings, has its ends
r comprised mainlyof as the representative heed of the party county and the city the lower
League Mesdames H. W. Morrow White Par- in the the sec
rupt.He disposed arms, openings
owners of lands in the section affected said the understanding between ker, G. W. Persons, E. E. Wells, and communicating with a plurality of : in this State, to join'the other nominees tion of the Casino auditorium was

by drainage operation in the Germany and England, which is being D. W. Alderman, and Misses Clara longitudinally extending radiator of the party in a speaking cam- scarcely half filled. No one was. in "
direction of Miami They claimed tow sought by some neutral groups in Eu- Ledbetter and Elizabeth Aultman.Mrs. pipes.In paign throughout the State in the Interest the gallery.r

represent about 20,000 land owners. rope, could be brought about only if Mary G. Waring has been operation, the water passes from of 'all such Democratic Nomi The unsettled weather, with its frequently "
for this purposed suit, the United States undertook this mas- nees. recurring showers
e Preparations elected to serve as treasurer, to succeed the upper casing through the valve throughoutthe y
were commenced about a year ago. ter task. Mrs. E. E, Naugle. .and the tubular member into the "Yours respectfully, day, ondoubtedly had much to do
The petition to the Federal Supreme (Signed) FRANK CLARK, with tht smallness of the audlenco.
Earle
The president, Mrs. J. Lup- a
plurality of pipes, from which it flows
:.4/ Court was bulky, comprising mank AMBASSADOR SAYS DURA- fer, and the secretary, Mrs. W. ;J. through the lower tubular pipe and "Democratic Nominee for Congress. Scattering applause greeted Mr.
excerpts from State records on file at TION OF {WAR IS DOUBTFUL Fripp, have been elected to representthe valve chambers into the lower casing Second Florida District. Knott's introductory bow. He spoke
Tallahassee. The attorneys worked (Signed) "W. J. SEARS, seemingly at disadvantage '
It tv; club as its delegates to the annual head and from there to the engine. a giving
If >*. steadily on the case throughout the Several days ago Wiliam C. Sharp convention of the Florida Fed- The company has not yet definitely "Democratic Nominee for Congress, evidence of feeling somewhat hurried. "
passed. American ambassador to France, ad- Fourth Florida District." I Senator N. P. Bryan aroused
year just eration of Women's Clubs, placed at decided how it will handle the new considerably -
The bill asked the court to cancel dressed the Boston City Club on the Miami for Nov. 21-24. more applause than did Mr. .
invention, but probably it will equip
:f all forfeitures and sales for drain- eye of his return to his post He declared ad open a factory for the manufacture Ex-Gov. W. S. Jennings is now Knott. Mr. Bryan's applause came
other taxes and to restore the the duration of -tke' war still when he made with the
\ age or of the radiators in Kissimmee. making a tour of the lower East a peroration
'.. titles to the unfortunate small buyers is a matter of conjecture, SEEK ATTRACTIONSFOR Coast. At every stop he is being met I declartlon that It behooved all Democrats '

I who have lost out In the long delay "Now about our trade relations af- by large and enthusiastic crowds The to support the Democratic ticket
t and who have allowed their taxes tow ter the war is over," he said, "it is COUNTY FAIRW. KISSIMMEE LOSES Palm Beach County Democratic club I I from Woodrow Wi,on down t? ttto) tr
become delinquent. It was asserted anybody's We can't tell, because r .
.. guess. met Gov. Jennings with a brass band candidate for constable. ,i
i, w that theN are seme 20,000 lesser buy- we < ers who Invested in the neighborhood war will last or what the terms of the C. Fleming, contracting agent and a delegation Is accompanying of enthusiasm' throughout the meeting
.;<>f $7,000,000. settlement 'will be. If we do hfeve to for the Greater Sheesley Shows, was him from place to place over excepting'some" applause Mr.

'jjj The bill 'al" ,asked that all lands engage. in a trade conflict, I do not here' yesterday In consultation with The Osceola High School Midget the county. He expects to make all Dryan''' when he'stepped forward to

..: land. monies belonging to the drainage think that we can prepare for it but the directors of the Osceola County were given a surprise' party by the of the important points in that section ' speak. /. -V
.luroject which have ben diverted toJ..Vr must meet the emergencies as they. Fair' Association, with a view to mak- Bartow High boys when the latter of the Stato before returning: to torical capacity. He does not bay.

other use than drainage shall be come." ing a contract to bring his shows here scored to the tune of 13 to 7. .The this city.-.Jacksonville Times-Union Mr. Knott was frank as to his ora-

,, ,recovered, and to that end the United W. O. W. UNVEILING CEREMONYThe uring the Osceola county fair, to be game was played on the Bartow grid- Oct. 20.SCHOOL. much of it, and he warned his hearers
..y i States Sap eme Court take as- the held at Kissimmee next February. iron last Saturday, Oct. 21. to that effect He said it as if ,he "

administration and control of the local camp of Woodmen of the Mr. Fleming states that the Shees- The local team members, after a meant it, too. Ht talks fluently, but
; !Everglades drainage project. World will unveil a. momument erected ley shows are a carnival aggregation wearying ride on the Lakeland-Bartow OFFICIALS lacks vim and impressiveness. The

The applicants charged that the. to the memory of the late Sover- carrying twelve paid attractions, "Cannon Ball," were rather slow in speeches of Senator Bryan and former -
State had violated its agreements with eign Z. W. Bass at Rosehill cemeteryon three riding devices, three free attractions the first quarter of the game and allowed TOUR THE COUNTY Senator Carson were considera.'

the United States government for Sunday Nov. 5, at 2:30 p. m. The and a royal Italian band. their opponents to carry the bly mort effective than was MX.Knott's. .,

reclamation of the Everglades. beautiful unveiling ceremony of that He made the fair directors a prop- pigskin acrosse the goal line twice, .s.. t

of order will be given in full, and the osition, which was taken under ad- to which the Bartowans owe their en- Superintendent of Public Instruc- Mr. Knott's'! remarks, however, were

Other Everglades news on Page public is cordially Invited to attend visement pending investigation as to tire score. tion Yowell and W. C. Bass, chairmanof trgely of an explanatory nature In

i and witness the, ceremony. the merit of his shows. The last half of the game was alt tht county school board, left on connection with a portfolio of charts P
Residents of Osceola county are reminded Osceola's. The O. H. S. lads held the Tuesday of last week in the former's about the making of errors in counting kk

that each of them who pos heavy Bartow boys well 'through alt automobilt for a visit to the schools the votes cast (in the June 6 pri-

u Five.PRAISE sibly can do so should'supply an ex- of this half, making one touchdown.The in the southern portion of the county. mary. i,

I Don Have To Drill Any More hibit of some nature. Early preparation players deserving special men- They visited the Basstnger, Grte- The Valley Gazette reporter made Y

BE!' I Don't Have To Drill Any More i is essential to first-class exhibits. tion are Lybass and. Bradley, for Bar- ley White Leaf Bay, Whittier, and extensive notes of the speeches of

i I Don't Have To Drill Any More tow, and Regcro, Arnold, and Ted Es- Tyson Creek schools They found all Messrs. Carson, Knott, t and Bryan,
: DONEGAN DONATESCLVBROOMSTO tey for the Kissimmeeans.The in commendable condition. with intent of according them consid-
most spectacular play of the From Bassenger they ran over to < rable space, but the rush of printing
frame was when Regero Intercepted OktchotxM and saw the tint $50,000 business this week makes it impossible -

Letters From Cook Prentis And Corporal Caster I I BOYSA a forward pans on the seventy-yen school building recently erect J act to get them into type in time fpr 1

1 line and, evading man after man, sped that place. publication in this issue. , 4
lack of adequate amusement for down the field for a touchdown.Ted ,
Mrs. J, W. Prentis and her daugh tents, but we have them only in the the youth of this city has been deplored I seems to be always there "with! \ '

ten, Lilian and Muriel, have received kitchen and the mess hall. We are by the thoughtful citizens cf the the boot." ... Pennsylvania Woman Expects To Spend I II j'

several letters, from the son and camped about two miles from town. community for some time, and a move- I

\x brother of the family, James Cecil marched When we to got our off camp the grounds train, and the this ment want.has been inaugurated to supply NEW BIRTH AND DEATH Her 115th Birthday In Sunny Florida : j

Prentis who is at the Mexican harder
dust was so thick we could hardly Senator A. E. Donegan started the I P ,

as a member of Company B (Kis- breathe. That is the only trouble ball rolling by donating the use of LAW TO BE IN EFFECT HAS NOT WORRIED IN MORE Pa., expects toy; spend her 115th birth i\ 1
eimmee) of the Second Florida Infan- with this place; it is so dry. It isn't t"'o' large rooms in the Casino build
THAN 100 YEARS. day in Florida.
try. All are written from Laredo, real sand; it is more like red clay, and ing to the boys. The offer was The State Board of Health is now I This winter she will visit her granddaughter J,

Texas. The Prentises, at the requestof is so dry that every time you put promptly accepted, and a boy. club preparing to put into operation Mrs. Florence Vick, of Sec : '
the Valley Gazette down your feet it sure makes the organized.The .
obligingly was
permit throughout the State of Florida the and avenue, (North) in SL Petersburg '$
publication of the communications dust fly;, but a little ram make it large room on the second floor VITAL STATISTICS LAW, which I *?la. .1

from thetfr soldier member. Several mushy, and you nearly slip down in it. facing Dakin avenue is being furnished requires the registration of all births Aprfl 5, 1917,, Mrs. Bickley will be ) :J,
n t minor'parts and references to I It rained about fifteen minutes, and for a rest or readsng- room, and and deaths. ,
115 years old. She expects to re- : t
family matters are- omitted. it made the ground so mushy we could the room where the Business Collegewas The law provides'that a local registrar main in Florida until then. / .

!hardly walk; \hut it is nearly dry now. first located will be fitted for a shall be appointed in each mu- Mrs. Vick v ho recently- returned !K

q A (Written Oct 8.) The water here: we can't drink be- !' gymnasium. In these rooms the boys nicipality and voting precinct. It I Is Y "wl>d '1 ->u a visit with her grandmoah'er, Fzt,
Dear Mother fore it is boiled. It doesn't taste like will reign with a choice of t
/ t. : supreme the duty of the local registrar to look leclares the hitter looks young ,'
a We arrived in Laredo on Friday Florida water. study, reading, games, music, or exercise after the reporting' births and nough and active enough to makehe
m morning. We sure had a fine. trip. There are about 10,000 soldiers encamped at their disposal. deaths. For this service he shall reeive trip.

y'- We didn't have a bit of trouble. We here. I am enclosing post The officers and personnel of the a fee of 25 cents for each bir' Mrs. Bickley Is a wonder to all who

y were unloading cars all day Friday, eard showing our camp ground The club follow: and death reported to the State Bong. ..9i I know her. She is the mother of four-
F and-put tents and Maine regiment has jest indeed off The Graystone swimming; pool has Health. +
op.our got things of + een children, each of whom I* living
' fixed pretty good by night.. I sure them; and we took their quarters. cleaned and Mr. Donegan accordits I-n many of the voting precincts and I I ii d l nearly all of whom are well aup.II .

> was tired, and went to bed as soon a* The population of Laredo J* about use also to the boys towns no local registrar has yet been I I. ? with this world's goods. Her

.. i I had eaten i supper. 20,000. and three-fourths of them are Preldent.-Bradley Harris. appointed, and it may be possible to. child a daughter, is 98 yean :!"

9 t'' When I got up, the next morning, Mexicans 'Vice President.-William Arnold. secure each appointment by writingto I ';e.> ,
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,: 4f were informed that we had to pack At Black Point we had to get up Secretary Howard Wadiclc. the State Board of Health. lla.\ Bickley has been 'a tnetnbet j- of

.p" everything and move .t* some other at 4:45, and go to bed at 9:30: and Manager Edgar Bryan. The record. of births and deaths ..u Methodist church,105 years;: ,One? '
w.' r grounds! have a pass to go to town, and drill Members-Coach: Davidson, Henry procured under this law will be of .o I it her sons' r fo now a minister of,that' r

Well, that took all|day, and we hadj about even hours; bat her we '"t SIngietary, Theodore EAter, Prank great value for legal purposes to count denomination. Her husband lived M "

to m.ve. .in a'rain; b.t.we.. 'get abet, up at 6 o'clock, and 'drill from 7:26 Bryan Glen Wadiclc: Verde! Wilson, ) of the State and indispensable within one year of the century: mark' "1 '
'i tar camp ground, and, besides we' got mntil 10:30 (3 hoar.6 minutes) IA the Prator\ wilbert, Harry Arnold, Pert to the State Board of,Health iii keep MRS. ELIAS BICKXEY I She attributes her wonderful record k"-

electric Iighfs. ,Some. of .tM.other' tnoraing, , ,_with. ,. 'no.. drill in the afterGratlnned Wells, Carl Keidel, 'and Anibn Tex- lag in touch with the health conditions (From SL PetersburgDaily Times) 1 Cor health and longevity to the ',1.4,; ; .

companies ban ejeetrit light U their ( ford. I IJ. of each community.: Mrs.' Ella Blcklty of ,Cherryvtll*, that she- ham, never worried f.V ""'.
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'LACE /THE EIISIM lEE VALLEY, GAZETTE FRIDAY,, 'OCTOBER, 27.f 1.1


: An' Unconstitutional.AmendmentThe" '. J. P. Whitehead, of Raleigh, has The owner of the Winter ,Garden "'

: :i f' REGISTRATION OPEN purchased two hundred and eighty Tlmea 'baa purchased the Okeechobe

tf"St. Cloud acre*' of land near Gainesville, and Call and will move to the' Big\ Lake 'r rat

l ( Department FOR' SHORT COURSE above is the caption of at. editorial will turn it into a stock farm. an curly; dot*. What. di. Ltlol1. t$
the Times
In the has been made of js not
Jacksonville
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Farmers to Union, of Oct 18, which is republUV The brick roads adjacent to Wau-. learned.
t NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN are beginning register !
I Ir for the farmer ten-day short courseat ed below. chula have been completed and work The date of the DUVAl County Fair

SPECIAL' CORRESPONDENT. the University of Florida, Jan 9 to The people of -Florida would has been commenced on the roads at has been changed from December 'S.9 {j

J 19,. 1917. Dr.. J. E. Turlington, professor a grim Joke on themselves perpetrate if- Bowling Green. to November 23. 24 and 25. lWJ'"t

Mrs. Charlie Miller, of Avon Park, of agronomy in the College of, they voted for that constitutional

\f" I.1 visiting her Ulster, Mil Ruth Ban, FLAB FEDERALJUDGE Agriculture, will have charge of the : amendment which is intended to disfranchise -

I C here this week. course this year. The course Is designed The federal the Supreme Court would CALOMEL. IS MERCURY IT SICKENS!1- +.1

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for farmers who l leave ,
not
VEXES N. PASTORS can
Dr. F. F. H. Tope, who has been hold it contrary to the' Constitutionof
home for a longer period than ten the States, which is the supreme -
'I l spending the summer in Kent Ohio Unite '
, toys. the' land.A ACTS ON LIVER LIKE
came home last week. Last week Federal Judge William The lectures and demonstrations decision in an Oklahoma case, DYNAMITE ,

'nllon McGill and family expect to H. Sheppard, temporarily presiding in' rendered soon after tho adjournmentof .:
will be made as practical as possible.
the of Florida
Legislature decides
Saturday for Brooksville, the Federal Circuit Court in New -
leave on It is planned to have a series of lec- this principle. The decisionwill :
I Fla., where he has or position in a York city sentenced two smugglers tures from each department in the be found in 238 United States reports "Dodsoi'f Urn Tom" Starts Your Dm Here's m111Iar.nOO! to anystore dt c:1 I
of Dod.0n'lI
and CO N'nt.bottle
: hardware and furniture store. to thirteen months each in the federal page 237. got a. -
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during the A lecture Liver lake
college course. Guinn and Beall were election offi- Better Thai Calomel and Doesa'tSalhats Tone. a spoonful
W. N. Garner and Engineer Ginn penitentiary at Atlanta, Go. and If it doonn't! straighten, ollr '
; will be given every day from these cers of the State of Oklahoma. They night cl'1
to a real estate officein Both prisoners pleaded that they Mike YOB Sick. right up and make you feel fine and "[.
j ore going open departments. In addition, special \tec- were convicted in the federal courtsof or
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heretofore had blameless characters, vigorous i by morning I want you to go
the Peckham building] on New York .ures will be given by members of that State of conspiracy to deprive l hack to the store and get
your money 'f
and! that it hard for of the right to vote '
avenue. .' was any youngman the Experiment Station and Exten- negroes on account Listen to met! Take no more sickening l> \ j Mrs. :M. F. Freeman! is putting upa to keep a straight; and narrow sion Division staffs. It is probablethat of the race provisions and color.of They had amendment enforced salivating calomel: when bilious or .sale of calomel hwaiiw. it i ia real liver 'Jj
in like New Yoik. an constipated. Don't lose work! medicine .entirrl tepi-liihle, therefore it ,It
; nice new bungalow' on Seventh and path a place I no class work will be held in the of the State Constitution which a day's : ,
The Judge smiled at their plea and Calomel is mercury or quicksilverwhich can not HalhaU, or make you nick. f,
"I New York avenue. afternoons.' Demonstrations and field provided: Cannes. necrosis of the boneo. I guarantor Unit one npix;>nful of Dod- ::4 1
t i Eugene Robeits of Mnpleton, Minn.. then leaned over his desk for a heart- trips will be given tl.en. No person shall be registeredas Calomel, when it comes into contact fwn'x )..h''rr"",. a ill put' your xltiKRleh, ,
is the guest this wok of his sister to-hoart conference with them."I Complete details for the meeting an elector in this stats or be allowed with sour bile crazies into it, breaking liter to work and clean otir Imwels of "

i end her husband, Mr. and Mrs. William know how you feel." he declared. have not been formulated but Dr. to vote at any election it up. This i ia when you feel that awful Hint sour' ,bde, ,iiiul, ,conHtipaUil 1 w at. '.
yet
"If I were in New York ten years held herein unless he be able to naunva and cramping.: If you are sluggish which iu Hfifjruir| ,umr stators, and male- 69
l' Hall. Turlington is working on the programand read and write any section ofth3Constitutioj and "all knocked out," if your tag you feel IId.M..I.|. | >. I guarantee linta I
I The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church I think I might/ almost be tempted to expects to have the tentative plan of the state of Ok- liver is torpid and bowels contttipated' I lades of I),..1..'"',, I Liver Tone'will ;:

met Tuesday afternoon rot the parsonage heat Uncle Sam myself New York is for the course ready in a'few weeks.A lahoma; but no person who was or you have headache dizziness coated "keep jour enllrifnniilv, feeluiit flue for -i
I ; when the ladies took their needles not a place calculated to breed good on January 1, 1866, or any time tongue, if breath ia .had or stomach, pour months, <:m. it t t.>. '\"iir,; children. It is
is this
and thimbles and did some finish- morals. The way a man is held up large enrollment expected prior thereto entitled to vote under |juet take a spoonful of harm Hud! liarinleHx. d<>e.u't K> i ipe| and they like its .4.
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year. The attendance last year was any form of government or son' Liver Tone on my guarantee. pleasant tnnte.
in work for the bazaar, and at in New York City for taxicab fares than for the who at that time resided in .'
-up 0 per cent more year some -- - ---- - ---
f, 3iO! ice cream and cak were servedat end hotel charges, I can hardly blame previous. At least this great an increase I' foreign nation, and no lineal de- o+...u.oo .oooooo..o.'o oooiioo-O.HO Oo.H..O .0.... /
which time the gentlemen were invited Mm for, trying to put one over once scendent of such person shall be
to b present. A neat sum wa: "n a while," said the Judge.: is expected for the next meet- denied the right to register and
ing.. vpi _because of his inability to INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 1Let I I0..1
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taken in.for a jtood; cause. ,Several New York: clergymen; criti- read and write. sections of such
Mr. and Mrs. White, who have been cised Judge Sheppard for these re- constitution.

to spending the summer in the North marks. They denied the morol right INVESTIGATE'WATERWAY Precinct election officers were required us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. ; ,,

i arived here Saturday evening for the of a judge to utter such opinions from by the amendment to enforceits Information in regard to property for
the bench.Dr. provisions.Oklahoma .
winter. FOR GULF COASTUnder
tried to enforce a law sale and rent cheerful'y given. '
.
Rev. Jenkins: of Lakeland, Fla., has S. Edward Young a prominent limiting the right of suffrage and exempting i
been called to take charge of the Brooklyn pastor, said: "Such language all but negroes; from the lim- In addition to fifteen other good companies, we !

Christian church and he with his fam- ; : from a United States District provisions of the river and tthir<5hs-Tmp"6SSar(! This is precisely now represent the well known

ily are expected here this week. Judge is unpardonable. The businessif : harbor act approved July 27 last, a what the proposed amendment to the ;

The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary to a judge is to enforce the law. He preliminary; examination is to be do.Constitution But an of amendment Florida would to the seek Con-to HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of-New York.

the Army and Navy Union met Mon- must cultivate the utmost respect for !made of an inland waterway in Flor- stitution of the United States says D. G. WAGNERSecond : ;
day afternon in the Masonic hall witha the law. But the words of Judge :ida's gulf coast, connecting St. that no man shall be denied the rightto

good attendance. Two new applica- Sheppard tend to make a lawbreakerof George sound with Tampa bay. Lieut. vote on account of race, color or FloorCHizens Eldgy rCssimmce I : Fla. *
PREVIOUS CONDITION OF SERV-
who hears them. His Col. W. B. Ladue is traffic ,
tions were handed in for membership every one studying
ITUDE. ..
0 .OO.O..O..t..t.Oo.o... .t.ooo.o.....
si and acted on. Honor should retract and apologize. conditions along that coast. Numerous The dfendqnts appealed their case ;

Mrs. Grace Cooper and Elizabeth There is already too much discontent ,; letters have been sent out by himto to the Supreme Court of the United
,
who have been spending the summer and lawlessness among the people. To ascertain the need of the channel,' States, which sustained their {
: tion in the lower court. Chef:
Mass. have them augmented by a speech the it would be to, and the
6 with friends at Westfield arrived use put White, a Southern man, read convic-I
J. at their home here on Friday from the bench is-an offense unendur I depth and width the channel shouldbe cision. I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee 'I

! evening last. able." to accommodate the resulting traf- So the people of Florida are put on

yk The G. A. R. Post will entertain thWoman's < Rev. John Callahan, chaplain of the fic. notice that this amendment could not
be enforced if it adopted. Moreover
were
Relief Corps on Thursday Toombs and director of the Hadley He is also studying the present development -'. all election inspector and' registration --

afternoon, when refreshments of ice Rescue Mission, commented: "It is of the territory in questionand officei are put on notice

__ cream, cake and lemonade will he too loose a statement for any judgeto future benefits, together with I(,that they would subject themselves to FURNITUREY ;
1 t served. make. New York breeds just as what trade routes the present shipments criminal prosecution with the certainty -
t of conviction if they tried to en-
't Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ferguson, who good morals as any other large cityin take and what, if any, changes force it. .

vl have spent the summer at their old the country. The accusation is would result from the channel. I The passage of this amendment

home in Iowa arrived at their home not fair. A court room is a place for I would place election officials in Florida -

in the Wonder City on Thursday last. justice, not flippant opinions. Men Paint bright the red.handles They of will garden be easily toolsa I ment.in the Tho woist thing sort to do of is a to predica vote -WE HAVE IT :

ks Mr. and Mrs. Balcom arrived in our there, about to be sentenced, expect found if mislaid. I down the amendment.

city for the winter Saturday evening, reproof, not sympathy. A wholesome

after having spent a pleasant summer respect for the high moral integrityof -- >

(t at Boston, Mass. the law is one of the best induce

t Mr Belle, an old-time resident of ments a man can have to keep Build Up for Wintei 10 connection with our. Hardware line we carry a complete :.

.. St. Cloud, who,have been spending the straight. Such official remarks as (
of
I 'i &.. fnmihir We Make a specialty of ntfittiif borne, *.. 1salt. '
cummer at Portsmouth, N. H., is this do vastly more harm than good.
Clear out the congestion that has disturbed your reliabl. '
again hers for the Winter. No one expects a judge to be face.
and weakened digestion, and reinvigorate .
Miss Una Garner held theY... P. B. tious when he is on the bench.,..Judge I .. breathing your .
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to do their full
social at her homelast week. Sheppard. may think he was face all the bodily processes Bed Room Furniture Dining
fj share in cold weather, and thus build yourself up J
The Lake Shore club will give a tious. .
I ....
to perfect health. Room
masquerade party at the club house Rabbi Simon R. Cohen declared that Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor It'
IS INVIGORATIONIt
on Thursday evening.Mrs. such a statement from a judge about PERUNA
lea tonic that reatoree the balance to your bodily functions. ,clean Suits Odd Choirs Rockers
Marine and Mrs. Morgan spent to pronounce sentence on a man puta way tbe waate matter. In your ayatem.and key. you up to(Inert..- ,
and better"_Ith. For nearly hall a.century tboueam \
Orlando.J. ed effort
i Wednesday in premium on crime. have found it.valuable aid In all cal.rrh.l condition ThoU Couches Etc.
H. Veazey and wife arrived Sat- :The prisoners had been in the employ experience pointa. the way for you. PEHUNA haaatood the ,
la convenient for
form
teat that prove* lie value. Tablet l'J
urday evening from Pennsylvania, of a foreign steamship company ,D quirk edminurtrsUon. Pleaaaat to take and easy to carry tO /'
i ia and are guests at the Bon Air House. They were found guilty of being concerned with yo -7/
Manalln Tablele are the Ideal laxative. They correct / nil store il making a record for itself io the matter el
Capt. H. C. Babcock arrived Sat- in a conspiracy to smuggle the habit of eoneupauon. arouee the liver and help the V...., .
kidneys Your druggtal baa them. / helping people to outfit borne Come and Oar
urday from Montana and is here for jewelry[ into the country in violation r see. prices arc

.\ the winter as a guest at the Bon Air of the custom laws. The seized Jewelry The Peru_Company, Columbus,Ohio ,% f -

r horse appraised at $15,000, was madEin .
.
- --- ---- -- --- --- rightTOOLS
Miss: Ruth Bleech will give a Halloween Germany, and was brought to New

party at her home on Ohio York from Copenhagen last July. WRITE AT ONCE FOR FOR ENGINEERS

a\enue next Tuesday evening.W. .

A. Drawdy is moving his variety Accident Canned Omission. Premium CatalogueListing .

I store this week into the Cummings A printing-press accident last week No matter what kind of an Engine yon bar*-Gas, Steam,

building on Pennsylvania avenue. caused a rearrangement of advertisements Hundred of Valuable and Useful Article Given for Securing Railroad or Stationary E.gin.-w. bare exactly the Tools yes

Mrs. Alice Kreps came in Saturday and news matter that forced New Subscription to need in your' everyday work-Wrencbe*, Hammer, Oiler, ett,

evening, after spending a pleasant the; omission of part of the report of ITlif/ :3Foria) ,fljtropoli all of tbe best quality and workmanship, and at price that wiO

summer in the North.W. the: Florida Eaat Coast Chambers of < surprise yon. This store has tb. reputation of handling sly

P. Lynch, wht has been spendingthe Commerce conv ntiOl.. The omitted 'Guaranteed. Article for Eyery Potable Ute and hardware that i* of superior quality and yon will make no mis.

summer with friends in the North part follows: for Every! Member of the Family. take ia coming here NOW sad inspecting our big stock

arrived at his home in St. Cloud ont Canal Company
c :11C ftorila JUdropolis
.. Tuesday: evening. Tries to Justify IU Delay.

A. A. Martin and, son of North Dakota Secretary Kidder of the St. Augustine 9-11 I East Forsyth Street Jacksonville Florida
Board of Trade brought a letter
arrived here on Tuesday. (addressed to the Chambers of Com- Osceola
j"r Dr. J. 1 1) Chunn is having an addition merce) from the Florida East Coast : Hardware CompanyI75TAMPA

1 put to his building on Pennsylvania Canal Company, which he lead. The

avenue, which he expects to company made detailed statement FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED i
fr as to what it had received in the way
q occupy us an office. of a subsidy from the state and whatit I
(', ( Mr. Burrows of BOItonInsll.: ., arc had cost the companv to maintain One block' of Five Lots'in South? Part of Town. 250 - --- - --- -

rived on Saturday to spend the win- and operate the canal. The letter was i .000..0000.00".0--0. U M HO 'OoO 0.0 0 O 0 UOt....
ter in our Wonder City. ordered filed. foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for

x : Mrs. Joilett and :Mrs. E. L. The cpnal company's communication Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city
1 n did not prevent endorsement of
"i.Ti who have been spending the Eamell'l) the State Attorney; General's actionsto ditch. Make your home pay .for itself. ?
in New York and Canada, cause acceleration in the canal /

t on Monday for the winter. I work it is doing.HomeEconomicF:. Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. I $ ) '

Mis. Rogers of Boston, Mass., arrived Agricultural Demonstration.\nd Endorsed.

Saturday to spend the winter .. .
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Miss Elizabeth Hopkins, home-eco - -
y in our runny city. nomics agent for Palm Beach county,
r>
addressed the convention in a manner ...
END STOMACH TROUBLE. that moved it to a rising vote in en- Oct. 15th 16th and .
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA dorsement of the United States ex- 17th
Sri tension work in home economics and May-3to\it Lumber CO.

j I "rape's Diap psin" makes SIck Sour, canning clubs. The convention pledged ACCOUNT OF
? Stomach feel fine its to Miss
{ Gajny surely co-operation Hopkinsand
In five minutes. her fellow workers throughouteast DEALERS IN Confederate Veterans' Reunion -
ast
co territory.
f 'w If what you just ate Is souring on J. M. Burguireres, chairman of the House Building Materials of all

h, JPuri tomach or lies like a agricultural committee, submitted a
,; .-' lead, refuting to digest, or you belch report recommending endorsement off.rmere' Kinds Oct; 17 18 and 19
;t ,,_ na and eructate sour undigested co-operative demonstration f
work home-economics work and tick
j food or hare a feeling of dizziness
S s, heartburn, fullness nausea, bad taste tradieation. Unanimously approved.- Works in Connection Ticket limited to reach riginal starting pout by .
? .r 'in' mouth and stomach-headache, you Banquet and Spe< can get blessed relief in five minutes A banquet was one of the main in- midnight, October 22nd. '

p Put tn end to stomach trouble forever ddental features provided for the AD".. ask is let mt Egmr .. j.... estimates. .
d, i by getting a lar.Mtcent case of delegates and other visitors. Rev. A. AttcBtira laud VIA r!
Pap.'.J>ip.p.in from any drugstore T. Gallo_', pastor of the Stuart Cawteoa Pratapt DcCTcry. '
1 v You realise. in five minutes how need- Methodist church acted as toaitmas- Atlantic Coast Line ,- :;
e.; ." l:'J... it I. to suffer-from .indigestion, ter. His bonmota and the lustyamens" Phone 21'Kissimmee Ha .

.,F 'dyspepsia any stomach. disorder. of Tax Collector Campbell Standard Railroad of the :
South
1'I' a It U the quickest Barest stomach doc4or7io kept the banqueters in a state. of continual -

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OCTOBER Z7, 11S. 1' 'THE K15S1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE"' 6'P1G&I Sf'

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f OUT 'O'F. .I,., t'QWN TRADEN I I1fi .I 1 Temperance at France Hart Memorial Wlllard Union Building Woman'(Kisslmmee on, ChrUtfan the) meete. second , ,,i



.. and fourth' Friday. ,of each, monthS
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COME'HERE" AND' GET \ COME AND' p. m. -.1 f
HERE ETId
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1fi THESE ''UNHEA'RP OF, I THESE ,UNHEARD OF 'FLA. MEMBERSHIP' INCREASES.'

: Our'Stale President Miss Neal
vA.LUES. > VALUES. ,
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1 sends the following encouraging mess.'' t

.1.... AND fT.eeMKNe SUITS Ann an.oo AND .II.M L"DII\t''" fIIOES. la age: "
i Overcoats one loC will be 00 + one> lot, will he sold at PublicSal .'ReJolcel! We have
eoldatI'abijcSalenow' _... $1. now for __uu____________15c reached our.
THE membership goal 1 Thank you, one and ej

I I PHKH Hallroad Far raid to all ..t- 5UPREME5ALEJEN5ATIONJlNCE F"EI 11.11..... far paid. t. all o./- all, for rallying to this special effort.

: e or'-tona trade ....k... *:B.QO purrbaeeor.otrr. .f-..rra trade ..kl..* '2&. O pnrvhajsB Everyone who won a member ,has a )

. 4O-sall llsalt.PUBLIC or. ....... 4O-.*lIe II." solo in the
part anthem of victory.

BEGINNING TlME ! The national organization apportioned
THE
SALE PUBLIC SALE Florida A 606 gain; and this week our r

treasurer sends dues that bring u*, up')

V to the required 3,040406 gain over

15- -DAYS15 15DAYS- -15 last year's 8,534. Aren't you glad

i FRANK McGUIRE .FRANK McGUIRE you helped? Increased membership k

Plant City, Fla. The Has Plant City Fla. means increased power, and every tr

i Unexpected Happened year usefulness.we most" earnestly covet greater n 4




TROUBLE TROUBLE TROUBLE Daytona STATE is making CONVENTION.royal plane for

the entertainment;, of the 33rd annual

1 Convention( of the Woman's Christian ,*

Temperance Union, Nov. 7-10, 1916. t\\

$60,000.00 All the", general meetings will be ti'

Hi'AVE. DON'Tllrlas held--in ,beautiful Burgoyne Casino i

WORTH OF HIGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE-FOR which is bring: especially arranged for

, Exact: rhansrr rrady. p......., t. ripeVALUES UNHEARD OF-ALL NEW FALL GOODS THAT YOU WOULD HAVE TO PAY THE every comfort.

; due. ..u.I... Makr Cef your lI.t cad REGULAR PRICE FOR ELSEWHERE-LADIES' SUITS SKIRTS. DRESSES WAISTS MEN'S ; a r rklldrra. .;: : tart nthnnB
; *. aad avoid the <; .* .
i makB.xMl r, surr you will. art vaarllradtrrllnrd. aal> s usr-Ike BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES-DRY GOODS AND HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS OF usually exprrlrarvd .la tar crowds, WHICH WILL PUBLIC BELIEVE t..

. refaEv.dedery. FRANK McGUIRE .AT PLANT CITY FLA. AT 9 O'CLOCK SHARP COMMENCING as .thmiMads will crowd. the atore.roan .
i. Nerd or ......7 T..117. r ,, nseHrl BarFRIDAY. The liquor org-anizations'are) tryingto 'Hivf

frlra. ..d nftrad Ikea I'ubllc >al* fool the public into believing that
il .. i..rU.... ..............
prohibition is a failure from > ll
FRIDAY I OCTOBER 27 OCTOBER 27 every
+ FKII1AY. OCTOBER 27 point of view. Especially do they .attack 4

the law in the newer prohibition "*<


;i 15 FRAN DAYS GUlRE" 15 FRANK :UI.E" quoting states, even 21-year-old, in their newspaper desperation articles -, :t. ,li

15-Days-15 PUBLIC L I SALE L E 15-Days-15 to bolster up their arguments.

Plant City, Fla. Their mis-statements however, are so ;;

flagrant that Uvsy: are overreaching


! SER'DI themselves.The advertisement claiming "!D. \

FIRST COME FIRST crease of arrests" in Denver! for ex- ln

ampla\ is flatly contradicted by Den- i

ver officials. Mayor Speer Is well
9M1c MKN'W' NI1KHWKAK IN av <- KOI I.I. He I'HINTS. MILES )Ulr. :2Ro ANI IJW
! .'\II'M AND 1OUNWSI MEN'S 50r AND LAIIIFCS'' "F."T" SXIV.OII AND "1I.11ft LADIKH AND
.7 I.ot
< 'ITS, Now f 1. <00.( One lot of 'nt'n'sand Union Suit< and Shirts and Drawers, and Allies ItoineslUs; \ In bolts. Firstrome Publli'n"I" Price now ...... 7e Misses New Fall I Suits! In every new known as a friend of the "wet," yet .'
>ounir nun s s"ll' First iimie first HfH\')' Hll.li.-g I, KliM-ti Lined, HalhrlxKan. first served: I'ublU 2 1-4c 11 e a style and attractive copy from $50011 says the Denver Express he "has nl
served Sold< for 17.BO Ki-nuliir 11V.l" and Nainsook all Sale; I'rlee I \aril. nowInc models Public (Sale Price ,
* $l.WSIIV.IWI. Sac and 36c \'al."uhllc Sale. "IMIe AMI Hfte I.tIIKM' IIKAtl ""I.. S9.NR : ._ _. $1 O.45 been startled at
PublicSain .' 'Ie',-, NOW 10e' AMI l.e: Pl It'tl.IS AMI <.IN I'aiits now and - __ prohibition's effect In .
It Nuw SK.S IIfI.-. :14.INc and- hams Public Sale Price.ard. 7e r..I;I'dnow: aridesta, ;911e, 84e Public andSIJUI. : 18e *:.*".".) ANn! .20..10 LADIKH' AND) decreasing crime." ; l\\
AND
.I<:N'M :
StlMMI h'
/ SI2.R:: / AM SUM !MiOtKKAI.I.N A Vl> JI'MPii now ll.SY.. and _ _ Atlases' New Fall .
n..n'.. ...ul''" In every liePublic* falle.I .*|..... AND line I.ADIK' ANDMissis Novelty Hulta' : In almost -
\fir: MIUIIK a. Pin Cluck 1'nntH and Khaki pnntB KI.AKf. Safety Manager
hi Me also blur' HerxP.l.e .. Sale IS.125 AM) lltr. III TIM. L'nlim. Suits< Public Sale ITIrenow every wanted style and fabric, Bailey (quoting
''i. SrJMI. 7.1'0! 95 Public Half fries___ Now_ _ _ ___78e Public. I' Ii and now' __ - --- $3. WVf. KHr and -h II.. He and h_ __Uh_ h_____ mid -_? _-_____ ._ .___ 36c Hnle In every :14.45uandS12.*A K Express) "that''
: /tutr ANn S IMo 110-H t'M0l ITS 'W-r AM 11.4TI'II MILKFI.AXIV:( price now *J he had been convinced of *
IWMMt) AMI 61M.5Mk'M AND lDL'NO' and Shirts and l>ruw <'ra. Klbbed, IlulhrlKKnn slice" Cloth and Itatlne Cloth Public 22%.. 11A n 14.f IIIIIUON IT 111,1C SW.IMI AND S.te...... I."IlIIeM' AND
men's new r..1.Ultll\ of every new fab- 1 and Plcere ined -I PubiSC MIII.Pelee I now SHc IHv Hale Price yard, now sc MI..."' New Fall Suits. Copies that benefits through the jail report The
lli In material IntludlnK .. verges I He Sale; I Price now See an(1' ___ and: _-____-_- -_ --:__:"___-----__ .2e Me and h___.uu_ are actually from U5.00 moled. made county jail housed from 200 to 250
+ --!. Pulilli .Sale Price now $9.S5 !MHAM) Slto Hcn M' f>\ EIIA I.I.M. ID'S' THo "",I14'" Tl II SILK UlltOHHiSoods. IBe AND Be I.AC'I' INMKHTIOM ANDTori upllh y the very finest style creators
SIU4Sand. ----- Shine and Blou...... Public tale guaranteed satin llnlniC. PublicSale prisoners daily it now house -
- --- .Se HerKren PublU I Salt I hon I Lace. Public Sale, Price, per ; onethird a
, .nO.OU: AM) S3 W... MKN'S ANDmen'a 'OJ1\IG I Price now 42e.: H2r: and h _ _h' Price now. lIMe and --_ _________3Se yard _Price I now N5A5------ e.OK I O.O that number. The
hlnheat urade custom tailorednew __________ _._ __ .e and J city jail
SX.OV. SajUl: AM SIJMI 11//1'S SNEAT.era. '1\' ('OHIIIIIOl' "KIRTIM44: AMUalatea > now -- ________
fall suits, Including all blue serresPublic I Heavy Hllibi'J Public Silk'< I'rlre Cloth Public" Sale 4IZC .OO. SR.CM: AS!) ......... I.ADIKK housed about 100 prisoner at night;
l' Sale price. Now *14. 45 now1.411. $1.25 Isle .11. All Be .:MHnOIUI<:IIV. PUBLIC' and MI...... New Fall Coats thai embody
__, 95e I'rlc.per >ard. now iHe and h Hale I it now harbor about one-tenth that
SIH.Hn and -- ---- -- and __ __ Pricettrd now the very beat of tailoring' Pub-
2c I
I Iit - - u aOe AM) Ilk KHKNf'll f.lNfiHAMN: 5 and :_ __ ___ ___ __ ' .. .
1OUNO MEN'SUv'erconls. -- ---- u "
SIO.IMI MKN'H AND '..GO .\M '..011 ..:,'" ..I': IVI: Public Sale Price m $5.561kaand: ..:.... $5.11-.Y-.s4.45: number. There were 71 prisoner in '
Now $1.00.) One lot of men'auA s 'u"m IIC .
Wool HhtrtM and Irawrr. alan) Union __ ____ ___ SXIMI:: AND SIJMI ClilLDRKN'S WASHSuits. $
OUIIK m.'n' overcoats First' *omrfirst Suits In the Jtlbl....", 11. Y. D. andWrlsrhtn. per yard Public I Sale Price aye MR.OO. S.'UI.IM) AND 111\: ..... LADII '"' the county jail Thursday and 18 in the j
I ...,r".d. $lo 00 values. < .( Publl Hale Prlcr-I Hf. .3I1 AND ":I.CNt t HILIIHKN'S AND! and __ _1 Se and MI...... New Fall Coats that will city jail."
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' Public Halo price Now.._--kP1 Now Hue and _ _ *-'*' Mls.sPublic stand any 'inspection for comparisonas
'I --- -- --- -
AND \OVMtt' MEN'S Hale Price Now 86eTIk' Se NOTIONS. OK" f HOCHKT .0..0.. to values I and Not be The two official believe that if liquor
,11 S R.OO MKN'II 34 e M!-:> N KI.AHTU SEAM II"A"- S1.4A. Wte and---------------___ .Pearl Buttons equaled .v"Iiu ret I
Overcoats In ..very awfall style. In- Public Sale Price Paper Pins Card Hook anywhere .t '
eluding 1600. 11000. "5./10 and 10.00 -W _ _ ___O\Ar WIMIe AM IVAe TABLE "AM"SK. and Eyes Safety Pins Public le choice, Public' Hale Price i can be entirely eliminated from wa \
,. fabric and mateVla" - Public Hale Price now Olr* Sale Price, now Se and __________, New $14.5608.45 and ____59.85
In every new / MI<:N'" I.I<:ATIII<:R \VOHK C.LO"I'S 46II- -- : the city, crime will be reduced-te. -a
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now for the. Public Sale price SHe and --_----- ---- ___ _____. hoe AND Be PKHOXIDK. TALCUM 1JIS LAniBa. HOUSE DRESSES lOe. .
:, of aI4,4B. M1.4S. $5.'45 and Public Sale: Price 16c. Canvas now 8He.Ulovi-a I IKe. ..!_,Oo lee AID He TABLE -MAI-KIN I'I'H. Powder Palmolive Soap. Medal Sweet LRdl...' House Dresses 4n two 10... surprisingly low minimum..
. .fJ16 ....M> A.VI The MKM-a LKATHKK llc Sale !Prlc now Toilet Soap. Public Sale price If, Your choice of First come first ,-
. ,2.IWI MKW-a PANTS NOW fan FIRST Gloves' Public Bale I'rlce Pe and ____________________._____2e now Se. ae and: _..L--_? -+ served. Public Sale; Price -4 \ I. -
..\" : come rtrst, served, will yet.. thl.lot of Now Hfl., and _.__.__ RRr- t.no. ). ei-in. '..00" AND rs. REDSheets. K4le NADINE .FACE "WolOIA: Now N.e and ...............?._ I "CSI4.no Till SEEKER.'
, k men's pants: worth $1.80. Pub 20c T&e AND IMNB MKN'H WORK SHIHTN Publlo Hale Price now !6c Colgate Talcum and AND *&* LADIES' AND Mind.s I '
t'i. lie Sale Price Now ----------._- and Dress /Shirts. HIue Chambray Work 3e and __ .?_ ._ _?-.-._.34c Talcum Powder and too Air Float face" Milk Party Dr..... and KvenlnaDrissea. Poverty asked, "Will cost too much T"_
W H> MKN** AND YOUNG Shirts and Dre. Shirts, with or without IIIPAND powder. Publla Hale Price now 6e Public Bale < Mammon kedt-"Wlll> It pay -
: sane Merra AND wood quality, well tallored.new collars. Public\ Bale. Price 'Ifftr" lie Sale Price foe HIICK Now TOWI LIJ. pim. 83e. .l ... He and ..._..____, __:=_ Price Now $4.4a and ..._.j. l'UWJS And Scholarship: "I. the measure wl4V;

'" fall past.I'ubiic' Sale' !:: 7 Se now 43e. am-, IM* and i.. w lie and ....._....________._____?Bemr 2M AND IBe CANDIES. PURL.IO SALEPrice : .** AND 'JII.AIO i.ADIE.' AND\ And are you sure of the ways -
STlc'rSON
'j". Now fie sad _...._.. ___ M.OO f.KNllM-2: SOFT FELT ; now. one-balf pound. Ne. Misses1' New Fall Hllk Dresses Messallne. .
' AND ajte MI N'" AND Hat. and 13.60 and $3.00 and 42 60 : tae AND lf e TCRKIXH TOWKI.S. and _.. r _ ___.6c Crepe de Chine. Poplin and Statesmanship: "Can we find the time
,-sji. lutee Public Balk Price I now 18c, lie '
Pants, In every new fan values Pub 1.'Mnl. Price now SB | A C __ _ _ 7ctae 2Be. IBe.'lOe" ANn Be I.A OIK"' FANCY Serge Dresses Public Hale To finish before the night"
i Young
Men's and
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_______ S5 95
1(8.45. Lye: ':'.1" and q --- -- -- -------- Price Now .
. and material Public and Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Public 91JH& and _.____ But when the Seeker had heard them
,4' stripe $1.45' SIJUI, SI.IK. TA> MIC:"'" AM: HOYS' AND 1.V4e ""MH""'. PUBLIC
Bale Price Now II.65. (1 86 Sale Price now a>e, '7e. ae. 4e, SM.OO AND S2K.00:: LAUIKS' AND
... HOT'S: frit H.... 1'.1011. ".!. Sale I'rlce yard, now lie 2e all.
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Il ".00 MKM-H AND Price _:_ _ _ 9e12e and --- ----- ---- New Fall Dresses, made up. 'In
sajie, SB.OO AND now Mo>. 42e, Bee 1f2/- and _ __ _ ill' "h. ; : He only asked: "Is It right
Young Men. hlth( at grade custom tailored d..e_ __ __ __. IOC StVe, :ZRe AND IBe I."DI 1':11' BLACK new Crepe de Chine, Taffeta..w'Vffi.V .
n- u AMI Ifle Silk
I trousers Jn everv new fall rnaterlal KV.OO JMKN'fe SILK SHIRTS ANI). SSJM) InK Public Sale PNHI.EAI'IIED Price BIIKKT- I.lsle Hose and Bilk Hose. Public Bale Price I and. Public Sale $9.85 Poverty sale. : "I cannot help.
yard .. ___
and _
and *, Public Saleprice 95 $250, 1200 and f 1 /50 \Dress Whirls. In : 7e ('e now $.. lie a. -
strip I He and __ __ _____ pad mSe
now Sw
Now H 46. '!:1..." .... tfftt the new novelty Hllk Htrlpe Public _ ____________ LADIES' For my pockets are not filled.
!Price now SU.Hfl.' *|.2n Mee 33. IINHJ.I <'llKl: > 11x4 MIlIeI:TINO I ROe ANn :SOe LADIKH' PURE SILK WAISTS Mammon said: 'That land'must wait 1
LADIES SHOES :.ld.--.-- _ :_ :_ 7Se and 10X4 Bleached Sheetlnp Public Hose seconds. Public Sale 4e ':LAO AND SUM LADIKSAND MISS Till my own broad lands are tilled"
1. NOW Ilk' ONR /IMHAMI :Ilk MEN'S IIlJ/lI'I/ <:NIJI<:HS. Sale I'rlce _now __ 2Se I'rlce now 14. and ____ ___ __ es In all the new fall '$, "
':\.30 I.AIIK' HHOKH Public\ Hale Price now per yardaile UhU__ ___ ____ Also, kV{ .ehl r Scholarship: !f I lend a hand.
lot of nnest Vlcf Kid and Patent Tins IHr. I4e and _ ____ :m__ 12e : AND tae1 HTAIN H(HIM. P1111. SI.BO. SI.00) AND TRe' LADII<:S' FINS SI.40, See Hklrts. Public Hale 1 richand Too much, 1 fear I shall 'miss." $

, Now Public__ Sal_ Price___ __ _____ __ h__ IOCSJM 2Ae, 10<-l Public AM Iflr Sale MKN'H Tin- HANIIKKHchlefs tic I4e Sale and$1J145. Price I_ now_ :_yard- __ __ __ iIC all Price Silk now Hose.H4e, SHe.band Sale 32e d __.______.__ 45 r And Statesmanship "There are other \'\

"N ) .IWt AM. JII..AtI I.AIIIRH' AKIIIilsss' now 15.and>> -___---- -_u__ h" 4e SI.OO. 7n"> AM See I.At'f IIR- M.. ZJVe ANI IBe CIIILDHKM'S NOSH New$12.50:: .Fall IIT./W/ M.M AND n.oo L"nll':'"' things ,
r ()"for I'AHIH AM) I'OM''O1.0 table' Public Hale Price now QSl.fMI. Public Sale Price now 7e, Hklrts. Including also Silk Of as large Import aa this." 1.1 i
Comfort Hhoes. Public OgC Brighton darters, and others I'uhllc $Ne _. 95. and ___ I.... lie and ______ ______ Skirts.l' bl Hale Price now*>4 l.lO
___ S41.4R. SXNR and __ _
'y Sale Price, Now $1.40 and Male| Price now 14.and ttf Tile AND tM> MLHI.IN IHVDKKwesr 3fle. 3Ae AND IBe PIL.1.O.W CAPRe. Hut the Seeker poor and of little
$&.n. "."11 An .to: I.ADIKN' Awn __ ._ .. . ._. *->CS.1JM Teddy Hears c, Coinblnatlon Pettyroats -- Public Hale Price I now IN*. TJMI. Pajuj, SB.OO AND S.1.OO TRIMmed power. .1
Misses hlifhKrud.drtss. shoes. r'uhll I" ). .Mt. .:a.OCl A'ND SI.OO MKN'X Night (Gowns Princess Slips.Public lie and; _ ___ ____-_m___.8e Hats In a wonderful variety of
Wool Shirts and Flannel 1 ShlrtB I'ubllcHale models, all IT.60, "60 and IS OS values All untried' and untaught. .
: -
Sa: "" SI .85a Hale Trice SMJMI. .
Kaliiirlce now now S-LtM AND IJM> r : I'rlif I now SI.an, fi.su 36e. K<> during this Publlu Sain now Bearing only the knowledge dear,
'I .. .4n and 64e THe and _ ... hUhhh__ Public Sale Trice now SLUR for t,;
SIIOfMI. 1'7.101..nfl. : tell 'M.(Ml I.AtllK. and sn.iMi.._lIt.WI.WI/_ .__ :_/ _-AMDHweaters -*.- -$1.50_ __ n')I"'II': .Vie A"n 31MIlI.I UII. "I'R"I ..." and _h _ _h__ __n_ 8e '3.1<1\the. 12.011 price and of h. _ __ 95c Dauntless. and fearing naught ,
"ml I MlHses New .Kail\ hlKhtop buola.Public I Public Sale liter and Corset CmerR. I'ubllc 1Be SHOO. 1I:1.1Wt'n: HUM III.AMKKTW.: ':t.ACI. '2.311 ANn 12441) Turned his face to the rugged path s*
Sale< .Price. Now *''.110'\. 2 45 95e Hale 1'1'Ie.. newAIM and _ _ Public CIIILDIIKN'H: !
. now sa.4."%. ai.an, ai.4iv nod ___ h Hale Price now Sl.4.1, Fancy rimmed Hats, remarkable Inilml Far from the world' delight \ :,
':1.111:1.: ..9 and - -- hWI. -----* :&.'\<0. Iflc ANI) Ilk- >IK>'s IKIMK, 1'111- 1I:1.4M': .I.IMI AM) *I. ) come day
't ':&./ a.MI) <'IIII.I"M"Nn"'MF." 1 lie Hale I Price now I Ile.l :'c". 'h'. 4c, Large. dnull.size Mers! ,'II.. lied ... are $3 60, "
aches Publli Hale. !Price $1.2:' and ._ Spriad. . a bed beautifier, plain and cut MlHsen "PittUiiats, Han Pllk and other U hO and $2 on values Publli Profit ur loss. 1 light! 1
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Now fl."% and l __ : JKAe Sia.fM, ..KM .. t\I l) 7..VI/ '0':\'" II" I" itini'lH. ." .tu,1'ulu..' $200. $1 fid and unit' *rials., In Hla< k and all colon Siili' Pi Ice. '2..". Sl.xn and 95c Kxchange.: !
* 'M) MIHXKW 1Mints ,'onTj' ,I'oitta and HO\H' Kiiln C'oiitM luhlin '.. $100 I'ublliSnli> Price. now e I Publli halt l'ilc now Nile "- I I
71KI.AIMKM< and Rubber Tiniils l>,xfoids 3Se 'I. I I'rlfe now *4. ). 60n.95 $:I.IN.: HlVe and:: __ : J Se, nod __ __ ___h_ 45c a.'I.IMI.: Misses S2JMI. SJ.K:: \> l)' SI.RO 1.41111S'and SPASMODIC ADVERTISING
: Waist ( "'1'<' de ('hlfie.
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Public Hnli 1'\\In Now SUM.and - -- ---- 81.MI 111..1. 5/r/ 5 %..n :'t5c littl.l%\' 11\.00: FINKMT SILK .J" KTill Tiil Silk Voile, I.liiKvilu and l... .. fi
j' '''.'MI. ''. t ,
$4.11MI'M IIAI'IIIIW !NO' \1"011" \\ tilts 'I'.m \proiiH. and Kit fettle iiiitx plan|| $35u and $250 Silk I'uMli Sitli Price' now SI.H3
i Menu liUh-Brmle, H Od Oxfords. 1I0"H, and Sale_ _1'. I Ic.now_ _'_2._( S.SI.Hfl _d95e t lieu. AproiiH.. :Middy ItlouHis anillUiHHlllK I'etILii'iitH; I'ulilli Salt" price' $1.85 HRt; N '
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In our I..I "Publli Tale __Q5CI Sl.ru. "..'M''. ?%<. \NI' ) /Mir 11(115' KI\Jo: :I'rlct l I Now:Harks KHe.( 4.e.: Publli CIHc. :toe Site and .Bel now $:1.45. 62.45 ,Ind, Hl.ftO $.'\. .
I i' l'I'tee" N.w _- Pants. tile Khnkl 1 I'11b11.Hal.I IfirPrlce *_./rui. SI.MI: AMD. 61.01 f'IIII.DHKV** 'r.lii di Chine nnil, ,'\ er)' silk mater.lal d Successful O
is
the
/ ':.I.IMI 'M) ':1./14. 01.11' UItRNM. :: now .H Ke. 42r. .1H4- and __ ICJW 111.1111. $1.451" 71\, 4\I. //WI. 114'JilIUugx I IIIIHHI'H. I'ublli Sal PillIIIIU .. 38c In ill the new full .1)1.( |IH. Public advertising
:i- I' .l..HSh'rYm : and 2TxA2 and 3(xT2 I'ubllr .Salepi < ..... *.t.4.1., S24IR and, S2.65 4 buyers until when 4<
I'll. Nciw Sl.liS. $1.45 t |2 no .III.| N Soft \Kelt Rl.el.uICtyle : _'Se 11.0..1. 11.1\0 AMD" ." LADIKH'MlHHin they 'J
:nnJ - Public: Sale< Pilce now 4e i? now" M.1c. 42.nod: also Girl.' Italn Coats. I'ubllcSiiN $12.151.: SHMNI. '7.MI' 4M) IW.IMI (:111 f.'M 4 think of your particular line of O<
FIOIt- SI.NA. Sic BNe. 4M1. and IH.-l.IMI AIIT !'O.t| tIt 1:5. Its 12. AMIHrussels I J Price ..' MISMIH nod J
/ .(\ '\D P4.0t MI:" now '-' \ Clillilr. Coats In all the 0
.. '.;ral....')o rd andothernutkeshigh- rule/ AMI :UW Iii.S: 'e l>l UK SILK 1 11(55K Velvet and Axnilnster hugs S'-.4. and l $1.85 new styles Now for the Publli Sale Roods they immediately think of 4' ,
. and Silk I.lxlc. Public I Hale I'rlce 27x62 I Pulilli' Hal1.1:; err uuw r * '
Kin.l.-. <\\1. .. Rluxn Public SnleJ'rlr.; 16e .45 $:\... ) IIIt I.S'' MILK XWKATKIIH AM : .I"I'% 4-4 oe ;
__ $2 id. $2(6, $105 i : Hnd I 91.a.'Ul.fM :. ..ODS2JU ;' '
I and 1'2.045 -Pi
Now $.1>1IIt.: I\. 62.95$2.4: now 854' $1 r>0. .2/i0/ and .16D All-\\ool and s.4.1. The public mind is field!, Iteasily O<
and! : III.AVI) Re K>, A '111-:1. HAKIMJ 1'A\N. ). S.fO.fMl.( .-, ..) A"I) ".on HJIVItlbbi'd Sweaters Public Sale : ). .:....". ...AtI AM) '1..'" ('011"":''''' 4 ;::1
MOWN-SPORT!' :IVOIIU"( !Stew Kitllis.Rsh. Ilnslns, Gravy HrusHi-ls KUKH, 1x12 and fi"U! I'ublli) Price now *..HR, 't,.". N (rand ,anil llrasnlens 1...ill.."' Corsets. made forgets. Spasmodic advertising <4 '
71"U (Mle Tennis Ojifords and r house Ktralnirn. Ilread Tans \Frying l'anstKoup t..J.'rl.4 SIM.MtV, SIH.4B $7.45 __ _ __ ___ _ __ 38c: with high or low bust Ionic over hips O is a waste of money, <0't
hhU -
and !Itubber l nilels and Steel Krvlnif PansHlstujt $ and ._ ____ and llrastileres
Public I hale 4 time and effort.
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.lIl1p..r. Public Hale I'rlce\ 1 IC Pans. Flour Sifters, 2-Qusrt Mle ANI :2Ae WINDOW NIIAIIK AND135c I '''./%4(. 3.MI.:: ...IWt AND ....... LAIIIKW: Prli-e now SI.IN. TDe and JOCSR.04I. >,
Now :""". and -- -------- and Misses \Fine New Fall ItlhhedSweaters 0 If you haven't faiUk nough in <4 's
-u- Coffee Cans. \Olsh Pans, 8 and 10-Ut and 26c Table Oil Cloth Public S.-UMI AM ':::1.30 <'OHaKT.
.a.Ml .XOII ANSI SS.IMI ROWS AND and a great variety of all kitchen Price I now JIN-. 2Ne I In every new style PublicSale Kai>i> Style, front or back lace, 4 real advertising to Viake it a <4O
OIlrl'. s honl, shoes and Ojforda, Public needs, Potato. Hllcir' and Orater ItreadPahs and: _. .. .. ____ _. 145'lOe < price now *1..B. *..." 6& Ionic skirt, two elastic extremtlv of <0>
sec component business
and'h 5"____ _ ________ part your ,
NRe: -
\ $2.46. $1.56 ,
SnPi 'Ire Now O5C and linking Pans, I'1.Plates 1 $1.41 and _--_-_ _- - -____ Tin Palls and one hundred other house \ Water Holtlen Kerry, flutter, I SI0.00. ST.W AND S 11.114I SILK !5\\KAT-' hose suppiirtirs, regular ".00. IS Bo' 0 then don't start it. MN. AM) She INP-ANyn SOFT SOI.IO furnishing and kitchen- utensils, all (*ut Salad 1I..h..aup" and Saucers, ers In every new fall style, now for and $2 /BO valu.. Public Sale Price 4 Spasmodic advertising has Bale 5c values and /fie <>lana' Tumbler' Public I the Public Hale I'rlce of now SX.tn, S2.4R, SJI.afl dC 0 killed
Hhoes:SH Public and __ -- --- .ISC :n..cblrtD Price I now fto and____ Sale Price: now er and ___ ___ ___ 2e fI\.4. '''.1<3 and .___h___- _- (If'tt3.45 and _ _'Zp..65 many a man's belief in adO< j.verUsin
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Now u 6
\ii -- ... ,. It's a poor proposition - O from beginning to end.- .

0 West Palm Beach Tropical Sun.
Borrow Money If You Haye ToSo .00.004494004/0000 + +. 1

Out of Town Out of Town .. .. ,1

r yon can come here to secure robe of the seniational values to be had--orer 5,000 people will 10 CENT -CA8CARET8" "if
FOR LIVER AND BOWELS :i

be waiting paitiently for the door to open, so prepare to be with the crowd. Write and we well seed
TRADENotice TRADENotice '
Cure Sick Headache, Constipation. .4
yon four-pa'e extra newspaper edition quoting complete catalogue of prices on all the Dry' Goods e Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad '. A

Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Men's Women's and Children's Shoes and. House Fnnuthinf Got .'s Breath-Candy Cathartic. i'

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11 to be sold at Public Sale. If yon cannot come here Friday, October 27, come Saturday or one Jay No odds how bad your liver stomach ," '7"'W' "
bowels
how
or ; much your 1a.di. .;
of the next week, during the period of 15 day, to Saturday, November 11.fRANK aches how miserable you are : "t. If, : Of ,

1.4 constipation, indigestion, biliousness ;

: All purchasers will bo I All purchas w" 'II*> .and sluggish bowels-you always getrelief a ,
; with C.. ret.. They mme'

t fREE paid round-trip rail- PRE.E palll rvtnd.p I IOU- diately cleanse and regulate tie stomach

":u '''t road fare by buying McGUIRE road fart< by Laving and remove foul! gases the; our take, fermenting the excess food'bile >'

$26 worth of merchandise or over for $_'6 worth of merchandase or over for from the liTer and carry oft the constipated

r'40 mile\ dletanee Excnrolons on' all 10 mile distances. Excursion on nil from (the waste InUittnea: matter and bowels' ' ,

e.,. 1j railroad See your ticket ek nt.Ltf1 Px.a5 15 T''. OXT"52'" = .. ''''I..IORI1719Pi railroad See your ticket ..y.nt.r ID-cent box from your dnrgglst' wil,',";

keep your Hirer and bowel clean i''.
stomach swoet and head dear for

months, They :work while you ,tleep.. % "

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r PACE'4" THE KISSIMMEE: I VALLEY GAZETTE 8 1 '.,

A- _, _: ,;No

>: I reI': think I will like It. ,
any m You ,
*f NEGRO METHODISTS ARMY NEWS, FROM LAREDO can write and' let:,me' know' bow to *t WiJfc i 'lljPp'J 1' > Mfl B.J.IYou've :rC..; '
cook taU of 'would Better /
thlnl'lloYOIa 1/
t' .ERECTS CHURCH (Continued-from Page I) .learnfast' or. when I. get horn. Imay Slip .. few ;Prince: Albert

I be able to show you how to cook. '
? V \a: noon, and we don't haw to have a There isn't any news to, tell.It Isgo'to smokes; ,into '
f and don't hare 1 Vour: system ". f '
A negro church Is being erected In pall to go to town ; bed, get up and drill-day after r 1< '
the settlement' fn North ..K1s.alramee to ret into bed until 11 o'clock; but Igo .I
negro .
day.: Prime : ,
f in which size, architecture\ to bed about 8 o'clock, and I don't heard many an earful about the Albert ...lj
the 1\
We have
largest regiment here
S f, : capacity, cost, and general attractiveness go to town though i went onoe. The out of }five regiments. Colonel Slo-, .', patented process that' cuts out bite and parch and lets you'smoke r >> }:

will combine to make it rank second town surely has a beautiful postof- cum, who has charge of the forces your fill without a comeback 1 Stake your bank roll that ..; 11 -t.,

4 in importance among this city's flce. It is three stories high houses of worship.The made of white brick. drilled CECIL. / Prince Albert has always been sold 1.

church will soon be completed We are about a half mile from the without coupons or premiums. We IR1NGE ...
by the African Methodist Episcopal border. The Rio Grande here separates I.
(Written Oct 17.) prefer to give quality I
congregation of that section of the the United States from Mexico. .
city. It adjoins the old church buildIng There is a big, long' steel bridge across Dear Sister Lilian-and All: There's ?
sport smoking a pipe or rolling i You saw by my last letter that I ,
the river. A U. S. civilian Mexican
at the corner of Walnut and or a -
-T, Brack, streets, being two blocks east civilian can cross the bridge, buta was to go into the kitchen to be a your own, but you know that you've got
i cook but I don't in until to have the right tobacco I We tell LBERT
; tonight.We
I of Main and two blocks north of Vine. Mexican soldier can't come to 'our go you +. r
The building maUrinl ofi. the: body : side, and an American soldier can't are to have practice tomorrow Prince Albert will bang the doors wide

i of the structure is ryntnt; |,docks] tustin go across to the Mexican side. morning in signaling. They need fourin open for you to come in on a good time the national joy.smoke

gray stone effer;,, and mnnufacturod Each; regiment here has to do patrol the signaling, and there are only firihg up every little so often, without a 4
(the border. We will four in our company that know it, ,
i Ion the. ground Mentberb of thecongregation duty on
have turn later. and so I had to practice all day today. regretYoull feel like your smoke past ,
t have l been molding those our
The Mexicans the Rain fell nearly all night, and the has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot ,
Mocks I throughout the lost too J.t'I'r":. are encamped! on '
b The off<.t dimming is of the finest' itlur side i< of the river, while one of wind blew strong, and several of our back up for a fresh start.

; i Ujiiulitv of d""r"'d! l bark. ( nuinufiutuned "- (the, lI. S regiments patrols) on our I tents blew down. .Mine did not. ,.-.- '
--' You swing on this like it was a tip to a
I It looks i. if all of say-so
us are going
.1 1 at 1M mt Ci\( I 1-1.. The I I stonework side We can walk to the liver from
Ii for \\mdo\\1" .ind doojv\ i I"' supplied hire (uliuut 15 minutes' walk ) and I into the cooking, business; but I get thousand-dollar bill I It's worth that in happi-

..1. ,; \l.y< U Huket-jon .of Ki'-simmce. See the :Mexicans who are encamped :' $:'iO a month instead of $18, and 1 I ness and contentment to you, to every man

The' building i is 4J: fret unit and across the riv \l". don't have to drill. '' who knows what can begotten

1 "t' (IW) feet long;( (exclusive. of lnlfiund! ) There is not a tree on all the How is the Ford doing o out of a chummy j

will hate tl I windows and, !0 I duort grounds It is very hot here in thediutune We were to have gone on a hik' t jimmy makin's
pipe or a
I today and stay all day hut rain fell ii ;;
but the real cool \
f A hot nil' furnace willupplv heaton nights are ? I IIt1\
the few nce otdiMonl. ) ,it will be and we have to use our thin 'blankets all right, and the ground is too t u cigarette with '

required I We haven't drilled any yet, but we I muddy. b'' Prince Albert for-
1r.1 The expressed astonishment will have to do so in the morning. Tell Roy I can't send; him the army "packing" !
i" reporter \
o t"ee
at the installation of a heating There is. a hill about a quarter mile I shirt now. I haven't any money. 1I 1 T Albert tidy
I Ididn't get paid last month. If he will 1 LJ.atrN0IJ13t0aACf000r red tin and IB
from the grounds, and the drill 1 .
j plant of that nature camp : wWaw I.k.. N. C. fact .vary Prin.
: ;,tt t The preacher, Kei. W. Dukes! replied ground is beyond the other side of the send the postage I will sejd? the shirt ml.I.tk.r.v.r w a Albert.... .package...... .-,h....
X with a grin: "Well, we're doin' hill to him He can send about enough r nd.eftksud { on It_*revere.aide. You Ikread
"Process Patented
?; it right while we're at it. We don't Love to you and all from your sol postage for two pounds He can find , 11'3Yal{ RI t JulySOih: 1907 M That mean
41 1 out what two pounds will. cost. / Al 1 that the United State.Oovera
dier
t i need to use the furnace much but we boy, CECIL. men haa gr.nt.d patent on the?
: '1 will need it mighty bud when we do We don't have to drill any today. procee. br. which Prince Albert la-
made And\, ir/iicA fon/.. bNand
(1 want it. We feel a little cold apow'ful (Written Oct. 11.) It is too muddy for that, too.I t tlr 1 r/tro f parch mrm cut out I. 8vwhwheraob.cc
,I 't.(.\ lot. I have not been able to write sooner must quit now and practice some 1 Q X11111 Prince Albert]I..old awaiting.0.1J And row

w' '. A basement will house the heating than this, since I wrote last. We more with the flags. CECIL. 1111111 10 In red toppy tin*red. loc baia. handwm.pound Sc tidy. .
k plant. Above the latter will he the have had so much to do, I couldn't ,I r 1 1 1 and half.pound
., I choir loft, at the entrnnce of the wrIte. Now we are all fixed fine and (Written Oct. 18.) B 11 tin that humidor clever eryatal-and In

.. church and feeing the pulpit. are having electric lights put in our I Dear Mother\ : l '1 S .1..)pon..humtdor. motatvner with
'. A vestry.room and also a ptu iG In such
+ 1 study are features The height of the I like it here better than at Black afternoon We had roast meat, bread l, ,I1p Ana oar

.J : church Is made such ns to admit, I the Point. It isn't 1 so much hotter, but rice, prunes, gravy, and coffee for / 1 1111 11 1 1 1 1 Pi1'111 v \\ -- I alwtvyal

,,k installation o' n gallery if .the congregation there are not any shade trees. All I supper For breakfast .we are going G:>e' 1 -
needs more room hereafter the boys I seem to he satisfied Ivre to have coffee, biscuits, syrup and

The cost will be $r>.1 f.OO> Thi-i+ hoIdes We get fed well and like it finebutit bacon

r t. the work done gratuitouslyfrom is too far to go home. I Eddie Campbell and myself arc

time to time by members of the It rained again yesterday and made rooks I guess I will be able to cook "'-
J v (congregation. A St I'etclsburg firm the ground teal sloppy; but today is 'after a little practice I know how to but he has taken the mess sergeant's I will get' some views of the camp I Oh-I have gkined more than ten

has the architectural and contractual hot, and the sun is shining, and the :I cook a few things and I will soon place. We get along fine We both'I' and around town and will send you pounds in weight I weigh about 138

P.I, work. The woodwork is done by a dirt is drying fast. The sun doesn't i learn more. I will get $30 a month- jointly decide what we are going to' some. I pounds now-more than I ever weighed -

I negro subcontractor from Ieosburg.N. rirfe here until nearly 6:30: and sets land I don't have to drill any more. have to eat. I have just got through .

1 N. A. Johnson, a Kismmmee negro, is about 7 o'clock. i i Our\ company stood a good inspec- making eight gallons of peaches into There is no use to worry about My affections to the family
for the boys. CECIL. Harry, because I wrote to him a long
1. another subcontractor. I have seen a coyote and a horned tion this morning-the best in the pies HARPER.

The old church literrlly is "on its toad. A lot of the boys here have I first four companies. letter the other day, and I got a card

a last legs." It was erected in 1895, bought several little donkeys. They | I don't feel the heat here now anymore From Harper CaslerFrom with the picture of Camp Stewart on '

t. when Rev. Dukes was A. M. E. presiding cost $2.50 each. They sure can makea than I did at Black Point. There I it. He said he was all right and that'
a elder for this district. noise.I isn't much difference. M. D. Casler the Valley Gazette : hoe Bargain
I he was I had not been sent
I, "It's costin' us a lot," said he. "an' have taken several pictures and I sure do wish I were home. I can borrows a letter written by one I sorry I
there. If I can get soldier's fare
a
it's quite a burden; but we're buildin' will send some of them to you as soon sit here and see you all sitting in the of his two soldier sons, both of whom I
and a furlough I am going to see Get .bo loryonr.elf, wife
up e your
the Texas-Mexico
for all time. When we get this as I have them developed. front room. I know you are think- are on border. I the inside
I himmaybe.I your whole family, et
;, chuhch done it'll be done, an' we CECIL. ing about what your boy is doing Harry is a "regular" Harper (now, price. Get stylish hoes, shoes
have been to the show lots'
M won't need to ever bother 'bout build- about that time. I am well. 1 I Corporal Casler), Who was one of the going tbet fit.shoe the weer. Bay them
Citizens Bank's clerical forewent lately, as that is about the only by snail-..". retniler'i profits.Money .
in' another. (Written Oct 16.) haven't felt bad a day since I have
t'' amusement, and we are not as far out
Dear Tot: been here. I hope youjill are well. with Kissimmee' C company B to keep In Your Pocket
: If the child starts in its sleep, How are you doing in the cooking I will have to quit now; it is about Villa's raiders out of the U. S. He of town as you are in Kisay. We always We bar ia immense quantities! ,
grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks I walk, and it is good exercise. eat out jobber's end middlemen'e
writes the letter.
school ? I hope. are doing fine. 8 o'clock and I will have to to i I \
;
at the nose, has a bad breath, fickle you go YeJ; I am glad I am in the band. profits-eell to you direct. W*
appetite, pale complexion and dark We don't starve here but the food bed, because I have to get up at ,3 are satisfied to f et sneny orders
It is lots nicer and
sings under the eyes; It has worms; Isn't; o'clock .and fry bacon. I will write Laredo Texas Oct. 16, 1916. work you get -at smaller profit-yon get the
and as long as they remain In the They are transferring one of the, again tomorrow Love to all. Dear Father and Mother: 1 about the same experience. Experience difference. Oooe yon buy you
J A ,Intestines, that child will be sickly.WHITE'S "We not this on the border is not counted as will see that this is so. Yon rue>
CREAM "VERMIFUGE cooks from the kitchen, and-can you P. S.-Edward Newton was made are having any practice ri.k- .,tutUfitt.
long as we stay in a like this. eo mtmtj tocHff
the thee who is to take his T Eddie morning, as we ire adding to our camp
clears out worms, strengthens guess .going place temporary mess sargeant today. -
: stomach and bowels and puts the little Well-I am. I start tonight at sup Campbell and I cook the food, and mess hall, and it is all torn up, so we I Each regiment is to see border ser' Big Catalog Free
k one on the road to health and vice. One regiment (Fourth Missouri Our beautiful, bit Pall catalog ':'
can't in there to .
get practice.We
per time. I will get $30 a month instead I Newton says what we must, have each .
of
cheerfulness. Price 25c bottle. has bee hundreds shoes pictured .
\ per ) ) just and it will stay
gone
1' s Bold by Osoeola Pharmacy. of $18. I won't have to drill meal. He wasn't mad a sergeant, are all fixed up now, and all of I end described. It'.a m mtytvir oJ
weeks. Then it Is turn
six our we
e us want to practice from two to three It will be tent upon request.
.. -- hours think. Those on border duty eat hard-
a day. FALCON SHOE CO.
: We have the name of being the I tack two or' three days at a time and Dm. N.e Ode.srEaAL'OFFERtAt.q..
j ... have their all entrenched. It '
cleanest! and most respectable boys' camp : .
t is a long way from here-where they ....'.Cr III n.. ........
I here. I tell knows .
l you, everybody a. DUT.p,Yaae,wr
Florida and soldieris go to. One company is supposed to
i ik boy; although a
s l not considered any better than the )he stationed at different places along

lowest of crooks, we are known apart ; the river The band stays here, I J2

from the rest all over town. think.I .

You see, a few of the soldiers! cut I must close, as it is dinner time.

; up, and no one can tell one fellow -
: - ---- --
k : -- --- --- -
> ; _ _ from another; so we all have to take
i "the name." That is why It is so When you have a
V 1
L !( hard to get in with any decent girls.

When a fellow is used to' going I House to Rent

around much, it seems a little lonesome
I here. But I got acquainted with ; i

a young lawyer in town several days -
i 3 Give it a coat of
.. ago, and he Is going to introduce a
f Rood
... I iwi paint before

rr ':J ..:hif.r\( !{{ !':\ :. .... < :, I my few Yesterday first of. us funeral.around.morning One I of played the New for l it you. tack It won't a sign cost onawell

,....)11. "" .'.: much and -
'
I. .j.I : ;" Hampshire boy died of appendicitis.We i

... marched at the head of the regiment Il painted house
:,:: .. , D.t: :.JLj a squad of guards behind us 1 acf" always rents mores
r
:
... :> "
.. : .. .. :.... ; with guns. The remainder 6f the men f0 < readily than a
were without guns and were in dress shabby one -rents for more
uniforms. We marched to the mor- money, too.

n gue, and there all of us came to "at-
The -
S F Right Way tention" before the army wagon-
1 which had twelve mules hitched to
tvi
it. As the body was brought out,
''j Is the Healthful Way the guards fired a salute of three

shots. Then we played a slow sacred

march. The coffin was covered witha LEAD
AND ZINC PAINT
.
aI Coffee and tea disagree with a great many people and science points out the cause- large United States flag. The whole rsnwm. tuujLonm wsuutsi LONGER

caffeine-the cumulative drug in both of these beverages.POSTUM. ter ceremony that, we was played very impressive.a slow funeral Af- "It is just as essential to use good paint on a

march to the railroad station-"Taps house you own and rent as on the one you live .

Sacred March." All along the street in. Therefore, paint with Dcvoe and increase .. ;
the value of .....( ,
: people shed tears, and later many your property.

r were heard to say it was the most We guarantee DTVGE because we know "

... touching funeral march they ever it is pure and because we know that it always q
heard. It began by the trumpets gives our customers satisfaction. It containsno

r entirely free from drugs or any harmful substance. It is made of wheat, roasted with a blowing "taps." whiting, silica, china clay or other adulterants. i
h Last night I hunted out the Meth-
< i y . :b bit of wholesome molasses, and is pure, nourishing, delicious and healthful. odist Episcopal church here and wentto DEVOE takes fewer gallons and.wears ..c

" league and church meeting. They longer We are always glad to show attractive ...'.... ;,4;
A change from coffee and Po. it color :
tea to turn has helped thousands: may help you. give special welcome to soldiers in combinations. ar

uniform, and it aecheed' just like"KlssyV W. .B. MAKINSON COMPANY

There's I like the place very much, 1luiWa... Hard.*., --..-.,, Pabtto OiU. Eta. f

rlnn r' a Reason and I am going every Sunday I get K1SS1MMEE, FLORIDA ST. CLOUD, FLORIDA. Ai
he chance. .
r 1 s When I get spare change enough, PAINT DEVOE PAINT
Grocer sell P....
e I everywhere "-- \:; -
1ri .. '

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. ItH."I'- LLET GAZETTE PAGE 5r .

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r:tAHOTHER, EVERGLADES ASPECT TROUBLE OF TANLAC: : WEEK' MUSTANG- For.Sprains, Lameness,



,
.t' .
Sore.
A Palm Beach county correspondent I-' Cuts, Rheumatism .U'

: of th. :W. t Palm Beach Tropical 1 .. P netiatu'and'H ah..

Son places another and. quit differ- : .-.uniji .. T T-r-V, ': Stops P.a dn: At Once

sent aspect on -disputes and friction ForMan and Beast

about Everglades drainage and ca. THIS IS TANDVG WEEK And over, Eight Thousand 2fe.50a.ll., AtAllDaalen.
.
I : nals-. la the last issue of that news .

'j 1 paper"The he new said: of the refusal of the.1, Tanlac Stores Will .Join CeleKrafcing The. Second (Anniversary -LINIMENTC.W.,' I.


: i United States Supreme Court to grant of' Its Wonderful Sale1-Fame: of Celebrated; Medicine -

the petition of Messrs Vallette and ... W. McCracken llI

: Quinton of Miami for a receiver for Spreads Over Whole Nation Like Great Tidal Wave. .o ..t,. .. ...o..... ..

the Everglades was gladly received will be in Orlando Nov.

in this county on. Tuesday. and it is Now Sold From Coast to Coast
- o. "Had the petition: been granted it : GRIFFINStaple 1st with a carload of 4

ttioant_ good-by to the Stuart-St. Lu. I

SJe canal, and also to the West Palm This is Tanlac wick and over Eight Thousand of the' leading dealer' of the country-who are afents for and FancjGROCERIES HORSES AND MULES
Beach and Lake Worth '
canals.
4 "Mr. Vallette Is not aa much interested Tanlac. will join in celebrating the second anniversary of tie greatest selling median of all time.Everybody I

in the receiver business as he is- La. heard of Tanlac and the wonders it has accomplished. Everybody has also heard of | They. will be on exhibition -

r to have all work stop at the north how hundreds of thoaiandt of suffering men and women hare been restored to health and happiness by its at Magruder's 'Stables. f

;; end of Lake Okeechobee and start
nse. Free Delivery to all Parts Orlando, Fla. Nov.l
digging a ship canal at the south end From cout to coast and from-the Gulf to 'the Great Lakes Tanlae U knows and honored. Millions
of the lake thus of the City
.' canal and water, communication eivinaMiami a from ship hare taken it and have pronounced it the greatest medicine that has ever been rinD t. the people. No mat- .

1 W the east coast to the west coast." ter 'where you go Tanlac is a household word and it U now unquestionably; the most widely talked of medicinein . ... ... .... ........ .

". I the world today.Although. AWMIi'(

WORK ON CANALS placed on,the market a little less than two yean agV over Seven and a Quarter Million bot-

d .have been sold, and its record as a seller has probably never been equaled in the history of this country. k FiORIDAMETALPROOUCISCO MACFIINERY

THE EVERGLADES In sis Southern States alone, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Arkansas, Tanlac .ii MANUFACTURE AND

... now selling at the phenomenal rat of over a million bottle per year and the demand U constantly increasing. METAL ALL SUPPLIES

The report issued by State Drainage sold and distributed sine last October .
": Through the Atlanta office oyer eighty carloads hay been CEILINGS I

Engineer F. C. Elliott for the Tanlac dealer in practically all the larger cities, of die South are now buying it in carload lots and right Writ; For PrKtsAndCafaJogut
month of last CULVERTS SHINGLES
/ August shown] that considerably ,
I y' here in horn town .
more than'onehalf million your ... AND OTHER

it.: cubic yards of earth and rock-GG3,.

E: 519 cubic yards to be exact.-weie removed J. Z. ROBERSON, 1 SHEET METAL '

f"-' from the State's drainage canals .. .. BUILDING *

; in the Everglades during that MATERIAL T. M.. R1VERLM.D.
month. and Sold Since July 26 1916 wvrre TODAY AJijUUii .ANO SPECIAL
r.: Has Ordered 'MtCATALOMiei QUOTATIONS 4

i Most of this work was done in the JACKSONVI . . -. .t L.A. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

:if West Palm Beach and St. Lucie ca Office over Oaccola Pharmacy''Phone
Reeldenoe
.. nals though some work was done in 684 BOTTLESIf Office: 14..

.' the Hillsborough and Caloosahatcheecanals. .
""
f DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR

l' Three hundred and eighteen thousand you want-; to know more about Tanlao just atk tions of the earth-the. Alps. Pyrenees. Russian Asia Bent Restaurant in Kisaimme.BROADWAYCAFE.
"I I
.f'. and nine hundred cubic yards of ma- this well known firm! They will tell you it has not Jamaica. Europe. Brazil. West Indies. Mountain State MONEYBy :

I'. terial were removed from the West only proven the greatest seller but that it has given the neat the Rocky Mountains Asia Minor, Persia India selling to peddlers. You
Palm Beach canal and that
; waterway best satisfaction of any medicine they have ever sold Mexico. Columbia and Peru. contribute the principal much better by Regular Meals 35e. Short Order
, is now 74 pir cent complete. The can get prices New M> .inent

canal is to be 40 miles long, and .is and that they are today selling more Tanlac than any properties of th? preparation. 'shipping direct to us. J.-II. SMITH naf, Prop.

open its entire length but has not as other six medicines put together. They will also tell Tanlac ({aids the natural digestive process throughits

r yet been dredged to the required you of scores of people right in your I own community prompt though gently corrective actionf bodily nourishment We Buy Metal, Rubber .

:: depth. Threg: dredges operated during who have been benefited by its use. Ask your neigh- is derived through the proper assimilation of Rags, .Sack*, Bones, Etc.,
the month. Four and one-half
" million cubic yards of material have hon about it and they will tell you the same thing. wholesome food. If you are weak. run-down and debilitated Etc., and Pay Highest LEWIS O'BRTANATFORNEYATLAW

f",:" been removed from the West Palm Tanlac is composed entirely of roots, barks and and need a good tonic and system purifier Price and Give
Waring Buildlngeeoo .
Beach canal. herbs and contains no minerals or harmful drugs as do try T an lac. and you will add your testimonial to the

} :;! The St. Lucie canal is to be 25miles many other medicines. The ingredients or medicinal thousands of others who have been restored to health PROMPT RETURNS

.. long but only four miles are elements which make Tanlac come from remote sec by its use. PRICE! LIST MAILED ON APPLICATION sse esess ss
,'f open the canal being only 8.7 per cent (

y" complete.excavator operated One dredge during and the one month.land Tanlac is Sold in Kissimmee Exclusively by J. Z. Roberson THE PENINSULAR METAL CO. M. TILLER 4

t A total of 1,734.000 cubic yards of JACKSONVILLE. flORIDA I Real Estate Agency. I

i material has been removed from theSt. --...--..,.. ..-..--- "' .. 4
;t. Lucie canal to date the one) Block IT (Seventeen), In the townof i That the following; amendment of I Florida. or by the United States, whichever
August St. Cloud.Which I Section: S "of Article > of the Constitution Is the last taken next before the Realty bought and sold. $
,; excavation amounting 260,000 cubic application will be based of the State, relating: to taxationand Legislature I so apportioning- the representation
'. upon the petition for such. sal now on 0 nance. Is hereby agreed to and I : shall convene. House rented.
yards. nle In said Court. < I shall be submitted to the electors of I Section 4 of Article VII of the Constitution .. CEO. F. PARKER
.';c Both the Hillsboro and the Caloo.a.a Dated loth Oct. A. D.-JI16 ( the State for adoption Or rejection at Is hereby amended so a. to ATTORNEYATLAWCollections Tarn** paid sad Tide. .rcrifiod
; A. E._ DROUGHT I th. next general election hereafter; read .. follows: non-residents.
:' hatches canals, the other ditches on 4t-" Administrator.ADMINISTRATOR rt.l ls to say that Section 9 of Arti "When any new county Is created by
i .* the Constitution of the Statebe the Legislature It shall be entitled to and Conveyance F'... Life and ;
which work Was done during August, -* NOTICE TO SELL amended to read a* follows: one Senator and one memb.r of theHouse ACcdI.tIa.t
are their entire length the former HBAL KSTATB.. "Section t. There shall be exempt of Representatives, until the Specialties surance. _, .
open !.' C..rt .* ... CMty ..... from taxation property to the value of next enumeration provided for In Section ,
23 miles long and the latter' 28 FieriOela fttat *f five hundred dollars to every widow I. of this article, that shall betaken lit 1.$ BroaAwar Indemnity Bond..
a Ie..y. that haa family dependent her for after th creation of the said
a on *
.
( miles long. The Hillsboro I I. 90 percent we Betat 1..rs D. ssarfceit De- support and to every pejrson who Is a new county,, or until the next census
: tide : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
:: bona resident of the
.. complete, 15,000 cubic yard of ; .. O-I." iereby riven to all whom State and has enumeration that shall be taken by
It that Barberas lost a limb or been disabled la war or the United States of America after the
earth and 47,000 cable;.yards of rock may t.x Barner Deceased will the 26th shall the sooner be taken after '
-giving been removed in August; and of No\ember! A. D. ilie.on apuly to day the the creation of said new county whenIt a. F. KRIBBfl W. 9. SJTBMtKRIBBS DR. DERBYSHIRETUXlsn .

. ..," the Caloosahatchee canal is 79 per Honorable In and for T.said I M.County Murphy, at County his office Judge InKlsilmmee amendment Joint Resolution to Sections proposing S. 1 and; 4 an of the skall House be of entitled Representatives to one member for every of ft STEmATI'ORl'fEY8 Does GeIMnI ........ givksg ..... .'..

:.. cent complete and a total of 81,345 In said County at 10 o'clock Article VII of the Constitution of the ten thousand population or the major to OfcaUU MIll Djosnsi** of TWesusu. 1
thereafter the State of FlorIda. relating to c.n.u.and fraction thereof the same as other .
cubic of material removed a. m. or as soon its "
I i yards was counties. AT LAW
mutter can be heard, for authority to apportionmentBe
during the month. ell, at public or private .al... the following Be Resolved bv the Legislature of ornct ovrR PAlM DRUG STOREkIS5lMtF
described teal estate, in said : State of Florida: A Joint Resolution proposing an Legal business of all kinds given H.A. I
No work was done on the Miami o.unty, to-wit: That the following amendments to amendment to Section 1 of Arlcle VI S.sidsace ....... I$9 Office PS.- ....
canal a tota'of 2,489,648 cubic yards Lot. S (live) and I (six) In Block the Constitution of the State of Florida of the Constitution of the State of prompt attention.
,41 forty-four) of the town of tit be and the same are hereby agreed Florida a* amended by Joint Resolution Offices 11 and II State Bank Bid*.
of material, mostly rock, remainingto Cloud Florida. according; to the ]>.*..t..04 to and the same shall be submitted to No. t. Act of ISIS relating; to Kisslmmee Florida.
651: aid town filed In the office of the the electors of the State at the ireneral and eligibility.
, be moved from it. The canal is Clerk of the Circuit Court of said. election In 1118, for ratification or re- 'D11r Resolved by the Legislature: of ALAN J. MSCDONOUGHRegistered
I County by the Semlnole Land A Investment jection: the State of Florida:
cent complete according to the :
per Company.Which Section t of Article VII Is hereby That following amendment' to ArchitectAND
. State engineer, though it is open its application will be based up .n amended ao aa to read as follows: Section: lhf Article VI of the Constitution -
the petition for such sale now on (lie "The Legislatures- shall convene of the State of Florida be, and Pat Johnston O. P. Oarret-
_ entire length of 78.7 milei. The total I.. eaRl Court. In the year of Itll and thereafter the same Is hereby agreed to and shall
. amount of earth and rock removed rated Oct. 0th.. A. D. 191*. hall consist of one member, of the be submitted to the electors of the JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW ENGINEERBRONSON
OHOHQE J. BARBER. from each county In the State
tate at the general election In 1116
:ill.t BLDC.
45-; Executor one member of the House oiRepresentatives KJSSIHMKK.FLA.
from the Miami canal is 6-152,707 cubic I for ratification or rejection: '
from each county In Section I. Every male oerson of the I. -A
yards. the State for every ten thousand of twenty-one and upward Office 10 11 and 12 Citi BaBuildintr
yean ens
the major fraction :
The North New, River canal 59.2 'SKVKNTII JUDICIAl, C UK-HIT o l' I population thereof therein where there or be I "1.eool a citizen of the United l State J. A. TROVILLION. D.
FL.UKIDA. rlHCtUT' COURT Of may a major at the time he applies to register aha1'
. miles long; the Snake Creek canal OSCKOI.A <'01'MTV_IlfCHANCERY. fraction left over after dividing be deemed a qualified elector at al' Klulmm. PIe.liousesfor, Special Attention to
the whole number of population of under the Constitution of th
elections CANCER GOITRE TUMORS and
14.3 miles lqnaand; the Cypress county by the number ten .
State of Floridarovideti, that he -
" posseases
. Myrtle B. Llcataey.Censplslasat. Provided that each county shall th"l the followIng additional qualifications DISEASES OF TilE SKIN.
Creek canal, 12.2 miles long, are the
at least: one Representative .dI : : Orlando Office-Bourdman Building
three State drainage ditches comp1et-1 ... no county .hall have more than 1 He shall have resided and had his Rent 8 to 11 a. m.
In the House of
, Helm of Thesaas W. Palssrr. Representatives permanent home and nlace of abode In
. ed. .... resentatives The members of the Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and S
1 ."'"' .. Mss.. ..>atsBII.L. the State of Florida for one year and
House of Representatives shall beelected in the county wherein he applies to to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd
The South New River canal 25
,. for a term of two years and
.
TO QUIET TITLE.To register for six months, previous there- AND fOR SALE
. miles long is 78 per cent complete; : the member the Senate shall be -
. all parties clalmltr an Interest elected for a term of four years, except -7Te must be able to read write and
and the Snapper Creek canal six miles In the following described property as hereinafter provided The election interpret any section of the ConsHtu Robert Riedel Co.
is 75 cent under Thos W. Palmer deceased or for members for each branch shall Ion[ of the State of Florida at the time The Elite ParlorMRS.
long complete. Realty
,. per otherwise to-wit: 8Eor NW-% be at the same time and places. The he applies to reftlster and vote.
and fractional 8W-% of NE- '4 of Sec term ot office or Senators elected 10 He must own In his own right property NOVELTY WORKS
II. Tp. 25 8. of R. SO E In Osceola 1 U I shall expire on the first Monday to the value of not less.. than five SUMMfRS M....
IN JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT. flouts Bills All litirtor Fliijfc
. County Florida. In April, 1919. The term of office of hundred dollars which fact shall h i Specialty.
First District., Plaintiff Osceola County J. T. Florida.Brooks, You aad each of you are required to Senators elected In 1915 from the following -. determined only by the assessment 207 lass SL Car track!! ;::sid KluswsM. Window and Door Fnn.. Wmefow
J. Mcl'hatter vs. counties to-wlt: Bscambla.Oadsden.
L bill filedHerein book the the time he
to the of complaint of county at
" Defendant. Assumpslt damagrea t 1111. appear Monday Dec. 18th. 1911. I Jackson, Leon Madison Lafayette applies to "" e. Two Blocks North of Christian Chucrh tand Dcor ScreensPh
, Notice of suit. To J. T. Brooks and on E> I"b': .. .
Taylor Columbia. Naasau u- .
; This order to be published for 12 He must not convictedprevioua ..eo: Shop 21.; ReaOdeae W
; all whom It may concern: Notice Marlon Sumter, Jefferson Lee
val
; weeks In the KissimmeeValley to the time' he applies to
consecutive
regIster -
AT.. Near D *
Freight
that the Jlst Darllnftoa *
I. hereby given on I Monroe Putnam Volusla Hamilton.Al- *
Qasette a weekly n.w. ap..rpubll.hed or vote of larceny, robbery, forgery -
day of October A. U hilL. J, McPhatter In Kissimmee Osceola Coun- achua Broward.Liberty.: ..a'i: ::, perjury or bribery In any nf C. F. THRASHER
,
;; did Institute a suit In assumpsltIn Florid Plnellaa, Brevard. Palm Beach courts of any State or of the United
"r the above court as-alnat J. T. ty Wltness my hand and seal this 19th Levy. shall expire on the first MondayIn States, or If so convicted h* must SHEC1 METAL WORKER
Brooks. claiming damages In the April, Itll; all other Senators to beelected
tef Sept.. 114. have been restored to the rights of clt-
i' amount of 'SO, and In the said suit day J. U OVER8TREKT. In the year 111* their terms of Is.nshlp.Provided. Mftml RooF. Put aweffHOHt W. B. Crawford Leo Jarred
did procure the Issuance of a writ of Clerk Circuit Court. office shall expire on the first MondayIn however. That no
1 attachment which said wrK ha. been April. 1SII. All member of the oscendent person C.ansiut..4 CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
such
(Circuit Court Seal) or lineal of any person
. levied upon Lot U of the Florida Land O'Bryan A Pledlf.r.801l House of Representative elected at wno was on January first. 1117. or I4.." KI3SIMMCM. FdA
t. A Improvement Company's Addition toKlaalmmee 1l0r. for Complainant. 40-121 the general election In III', their term prior thereto entitled to vote under
City said land belnaIn of office shall expire on the first Monday the Constitution and law of any of the CitIzens
Offices 4 6 6 and 7
I Osceola County Florida. The said J. In April. Ull. and thereafter the States or Territories or entitled to : ,
.. T Brook. being shown by affidavit to NOTICE OF ELECTION. term of office of all members of the vote under any form of government Bank Building
be a non-resident of the State of Florida House of Representatives shall commence or any naturalized. citizen or his descendants .
and to be a resident of Knoxvllle.Tennessee Whereas the Legislature of-1915. Under on the first Tuesday after the shall .> denied the right to Kissimmee Florid .
he I. hereby required to the Constitution I of 18RS. of the first Monday In April next succeedingthe register and vote ..cause, he .hall nol
:i appear In this cause on the! 4th day of State of Florida. did pass three Joint election At the general election be able to read write and Interpret
I.. iiecember. A. IJ. ISIS there to '*bide resolutions proposing amendments to In 11.0. and thereafter all Senators to Any section of the Constitution of the .Ganso, FORJRERInSUrana8
e. uch* orders In said cause as may"" the Constitution of the State of Florida be elected shall be elected for a term State of Florida as above provided or .
14 .sued. Witness the hand and seal pf and the same were agreed to by a of four years the term to begin on the because h. shall not own property of
; the Justice of the Peace of said court vote of three-fifths of all the members first Tuesday after the first Monday In the value above specified: naturalisedrltlxvns ; DR. W. W. CARSON
-. at Kissimmee Oareola County. Florida elected to each house: that the votes r following; year exceptthat of the United. Stales, however
r on this the lird day of October. A U, on said Joint resolutions were entered 1w':. n"'ae county I Is created; the at the time they apply, and before they
t 1915.J. (HEAL... ) upon their respective Journals with Legislature shall at that time fix the hall I be admitted to register, hallnrenent DENTIST
;. g H. BULLOCK. a. Justice of eace the yeae and nays thereon, and they.did length ef..rtlde term of the first Senatorto to the registration officer certificate .
." of the First Ll.trlct, O.ceola County, determine and direct that the said be therefrom at two or four cf his naturalization or a duly Office over Pilley Buildinc
"- Florida 45t Joint resolutions be submitted to, the years with the end In view of keeping authenticated copy thereof. that t Insures; Office. HoursS: -11. 1-I
., electors of the State at the goitbraielection I the number of old Senators In a Rer t. adoption of this Office 'Phone IIS Residence 'Phoa H
ADMJFI5TRATOR'. NOTICE TO SELL In November: 1911. balance with the number of the new.Section ." amendment.. ufgne Constitution. the Gas Administered for Extraction .(
::>1..- 'REAL ESTATE. Now, therefore I, i4. Clay Crawford. S of Article VII of the Constitution Ijea-lslature shell enact appropriate Teeth
(J. '. I. C..rt .f Ce-a<7 *.*.*. et.te .f Secretary of State of the State of Florida Is hereby amended so as to laws to carry t"" i rpose of this Protection .that Protects .- I
hereby notice that a read as follows: .
Klrl a. Osw..la C;...ty.la do (fire general amendment Into en -
election win be held In each coun- "Tlie regular session of the Lejfislatore -
We kerlr.O.'veaBeeV
r* Eeta* *f WUIIas. succeeding that shall meet In 117 shall -
1 ty In Florida on Tuesday next apportion -
the nrst Monday In November A.D. the representation In the The vote cast In mpltane with i. W. THOMPSON .
I Notice la hereby "given 10.II whom Kit, the said Tuesday being: the House of Representatives, as In this aid proposed amen tents. .and thecanvass.
It may concern. that A. EX WIIII.m seventh day 01 November for the ratification article provided which apportionment declaratloi, and Fstuns'thereof.
t' "Administrator" of the Estate of 14th or rejection of the said Joint shall be based upon the last census taken shall be subed] to the Musirregulations FUNERAL DIRECTOR
I Weckerley. "deceased will, on the resolutions proposing amendments to by the State of by the and rest Ion as are .9 .a.-t,,
.
4aV of November.Murphy A. IX 191 County$ apply Judge to the Constitution to the State of Flor United Slates whichever dt.b* last provided by law furoeral electionsIn DAKIN AVENUE andLICENSED
\ the Hon. T. M In Id.1.1 taken. In the several counties of theStat..an4 the !Plate' of Floi'ia.
In and for said County at his ofTIc those that shall meet every In testimony 'Wbere..r. 't have hereunto -
Kleslmmee, In said County at 10clock A Joint Resolution proposing an amenment ten rears1 thereafter shall apportionthe set my hand and ...r' red the Ore atAWFORD. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA EMBALMER
,ji ./ a. m.. or a. Cools ther.att.r' a. t S of theStatO representation the Hojus of Seal 01 the State of 1'1., .dt.. at Tatlehasge. -
: th. matter can b. haryfor uthorlty_I.. the Con.tllutloa.tr.laUaar -to taxaBe" Representatlvee In the manner In this the Capital, this' I" wsnt7fttth Stow and Chap, Stewart Aiup
sell at pnbll 'or private of 1915(5.al
article provided. which apportionmentshall day
jollowTasT reecrlbed ral estat. In said It" Bioived"y.he. Legislator of be baaed upon the last census ) lal"'JLCL T t:3fl: p Klaaisam. flaw .. i.
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if1" ''Yw' Kissimmee _GazcttiPvklUhr 'l< COMPULSORY. EDUCATION FOR OSCEOLA. EDITOR APPLEYARD'S MISFORTUNE. Association;;.:Miss. ,Susie'..: Jindm. j ,, .I.4' y..
CITY
The Valley CONVENTION of the G'um
.COUNTY. The_'Valley Gazette; joins those who regret with mentary superintendent church P.' I E.- < berland -Presbyterian
r Bvry) rrlay. The progressive communities in the St.Cloud( vicinity :; sadness the bereavement which Editor Thomas J.I educational } of.the ,
.. ___ OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS Green, secretary
B.iUlaaKS Fla
OSMx !. Wally elaa.tt. l I Appleyard of the Florida Record. (Tallahassee)
have set a swift pace for the attainment of avery Presbyterian church of ,the United "

W. B. HARM AND BU CU .VANS AdJfBJW 'Owa. ra. desirable goal\ ..;compulsory education. They suffers in the death\ of his well-known', beloved and State of America, and Mr*., S. P. :'.
but fast after lovable wife: Her departure involve a loss which The Kissunmee Sun- .;
slow they.moved they Interdhurch
to start '
I were of the
.........ttaa Moore, educational secretary: r '
On Copy. On* T ar.-_. ___.______. ft.&. started her husband, her family her' friends.,' and her com-, day school convention for the last Alabama Sunday School ,Association, !

r Teacher Club of Kjssimmee to launch a movementto ( wsBiasasMBM. ---- -- -' -' Oct. 29, alternoon'and' evening. the faculty this term and comprised '

t communications. mat b,.xccpt slc-nod from by th our. wrIUr.R authoriseorrmponamts. have the compulsory-education law applied to al' "EXPERIMENTING" WITH CONVICTS INROAD The meeting will begin in the,af. 'I something mo re,than half.of its mem.benhip. ,,
.)*eted matter 'will not lIa rturn4 unit*. of Osceola county. BUILDING. ternoon at 2 o'clock when there will e
I .*,ll.. for. I IBnt More power to these women I Parents who will' .he an address by Field Secretary I. N. Preceding this school's sessions,
( PHtoffloe . children school should be St. Johns county "is'' going to EXPERIMENT Halliday of "Great Points' .
: .... la tbo In :Kl* lmm Florida not send their to compelled -- Tampa on this the Birmingham Sunday "
t.. .. _oiid class matur.) I i to do so. with convict labor" in building public roads, says in a Good Teacher." This will be fol- School year Association held its first an.' .1..t ;T

; FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27; 1916. Education it as much needed by, the children of the Jacksonville Metropolis lowed by a. "round table", the ..work mial mass meeting:, Oct. 22, at the
I one family as by the children of any other family. "Th State will watch the EXPERIMENTinview ers of Kissimmee. taking part. First Methodist church: Pennant
,
: i ,- TRYING TO BECLOUD THE '''ISSUE. It is needed a.;nuch; in one community as it is in of the firm conviction of the .State Road De- At.7' o'clock Mr. Halliday will speakon were awarded to the Sunday school .

'I any other community.The partment that this is the one be'>t way to u.e''the "The Mission of the :Modern Sun- having the largest attendance and ,to
editorial from the Tampa "
s Below is reproduced an able-bodied convict further the "
is only a large community, anyhow. say Metropolis.For day School. the .
meth- county the district having largest attend
Times which is sample of misleading
Daily a from the the !love of Mike-and Pat-and Bridget I These both of In- .
tf ods employed by supporters of the Jacksonville No one part of it should be exempt operation are great themes :lnt *l I...u'_ .
I of any law the principles or the methods of! Whither have we been sleeping? terest to Sunday school, and the field .
f'(; political ring t id becloud the issue in Democrocy''gubernatorial ) s I which are of general application. I For years other State have successfully used secretary should have a large hearing The C. W. B. M. will meet at the '

j i:; "* Contraversy. Says the Times: Any community't welfare demands the education convict in building public road from our wide-awake Sunday school residence of Mrs. M. S. May on Friday l'

I : Angered because of his attitude in certain of ALL its children. Education is a species of in- Only two week ago the Valley Gazette reprintedan workers.COUNTY. Nov. 3, at 3 o'clock p. m., and will

.: j r f .cases, officers of the Coffin-directed prohibition surance from which dividends are reaped by the article from the Bristol (Fla.) Free Press telling I ;be led by Mrs. T. M. Rivers ' r '. JS:

party, which it not a part of the Florida Anti- community and by the child who receives the ed- how satisfactorily and cheaply convict labor SUNDAY SCHOOL

& Saloon League, also the followers of Sidney J. ucation.' the roads of Brooks county, in Georgia. CONVENTION, UNION CENTERThe

+y Calls, are doing everything possible to defeat Children should not be kept out of school be- Better than that-Osceola county throughout several DEATH CLAIMS AGED

,,\ Justice Fenwick Taylor, although he was nominated cause they or their parents entertain a grouch years has passed the "experimental"stage with semi-annual convention of the

Ii for re-election without opposition. against a teacher. Nor should they be kept out to these classes of road work and road workers. L. R. Osceola Sunday School Associationwill CITIZENJohn

,I,; i The prohibition party, which is supporting work. Excuses are too easily found for withholding Farmer who superintends this feature for Osceola, be held at Union Center on Thurs- KISSIMMEE

I Calls, despite the fact that W. V. Knott is education from them. Adoption of the compulsory- can give the Brooks county officials cards and day, Nov. 16. It is hoped the program -

alto a prohibitionist and a consistent member attendance law would stop it. spades in efficiency and economy in using convicts can be announced next week. H?nry Llewellyn! an aged nnd

of the Baptist church, recently nominated Attorney There will be found case, of course, whereinsome for road work. If the Metropolis, the St. Johns One thing is sure: the Union Cen respected resident of Kissimmee, diedat
.t Fred W. Butler of Jacksonville, against will be worked. That is the county officials and the State Road Department '
,
hardship case ter people will be ready'to extend a his! hor.-.e he" Irst Wednesday afternoon -
f'( Justice Taylor. Mr. Butler refused to make the however, with each beneficial law ever passed any- would consult him, they would cease talking about'' cordial welcome to those who attend. at the corner of Bermuda

: race, however. Those} remaining in the con- where. The best law in the world works a hardship Gatte ." I I Every Sunday school in the county avenue and Oak street.

t, test are J. M. Cheney and E. Bly, republicans, in some cases-a seeming injustice. The wel- The Valley has requested Mr. Farmer to should be getting its delegates ready I Mr. Llewellyn, who was the father .

and Joseph L. Grangers. socialist. As Calls fare of the whole cannot stand aside fot these isolated supply it with some statistics about his road ,work for this meeting. of Mrs. M. .D. CasIer of Klssimrnse.
and his followers have'deserted the democratic The good to the in this county. They will be published next week. in
I cases. greatest greatest number was born in 1839 the town of Columbia -
: party, some of them may support the republican t it a fundamental American principle that ap- : :-- Btrm1ltrhamSchooJ of Methods- 11.-rkimer county, N. Y., an4

s st ", or-socialist nominees against Justice Taylor plies in education at well as to any other public TEETH Trains Sunday School Work..... had passed his 77th year. He was the
who should receive from true democrats GOOD VITAL TO CHILDREN'S HEALTH.A .
question. Within the last six years the Sun- son of William Llewellyn and was the
a larger vote than was ever given a candidatein Adoption of compulsory school attendance is a recent investigation made by the United Stales day school workers of Birmingham, third among seven brothers, three of

Florida. There it no better jurist in the certainty in the St. Cloud vicinity There is little Health Service in connection with studies of rural Ala., have had an annual "school of whom survive him. His wife died sev-

South and no cleaner man. His worthiness of doubt that it would be endorsed in the whole county. school children showed that 49.3. per cent had defective -1)I methods" for training of Sunday en years ago. Two childr survive

support hat been demonstrated for twenty-five The country school districts need it and (we are teeth 21.1 per cent had two or more missing school workers of all denominations.Each him-Mrs. Casler and Floyd Llewellyn -

yean or more. reliably informed) are anxious for it. Kiasimmee teeth, and only 16.9 per cent had had dental at- annual session lasts throughout who is a farmer at Sherburne,

The Times well knows there is no controversy I)I needs it even worse than do the rural sections, and tention. More than 14 per cent never used aJt::ath: I several days. This year the dates N. Y. .

among Democrats about any nomination other than I its adoption here is more than likely. brush, 58.2 per cent used one occasionally, and I'were Oct. 23-27 and the school was Mr. Llewellyn was one of the

that for Governor. It knows that this dispute has I May early and overwhelming success attend the only 27.4 per cent used one daily. I(I held in the First Baptist church of leading and authoritative farmers and
been thrashed out in the newspapers until I virtu- 'I efforts of the Kissimmee Mothers' and Teachers' Defective teeth reduce hysical efficiency. Dirty: Birmingham.The stockmen in Herkimer county until ho

all of Florida's voters are familiar with the contentions I Club and its co-workers in the country districts. suppurating snaggle-toothed mouths are responsiblefor I "school of methods" has a large I removed to Florida where he came

of both tidet. many cases of heart disease, rheumatism and and strong faculty of teachers for several years ago because of his fail
The rank and file of Florida Democrats reeog other chronic affections. I each annual term. The importance of I ing health. Though in feeble health

nize Sidney J. Catts as their rightful nomin>*. The KEE?! IN MIND THE COUNTY FAIR. Children are not responsible for the negle-ted its work may be gauged by the for some time, because of a weak con-

political machine of the Democratic party supports: Every citizen of Osceola county able to do so state of their teeth. Ignorant and careless paits strength of this faculty and the stitution and general debility, death

W. V. Knott at its candidate.I should subscribe for of to at least one share ($10) are to blame for this condition-a condition which sources and distances whence its I came rather suddenly to him, an attack -

Both factions will unite, however, in giving the< of stock in the Osceola County Fair Association.The hampers mental and physical growth and putla I members are gathered. Dr. LincolnHulley I of heart diseai/e being the directcause.

full party vote to all other Democratic nominees. expense therefor would be casting bread permanent handicap on out JuUueit en*. I president of John Stetson .

x Nobody knows this better than do the machine upon the waters that surely would be returned to School teachers can and are doing much in inculcating University, DeLand, Fla.; Dr. James ent weather, was very quiet. Only the

politicians who are trying to befog the G ver-nor- the casters. It would be for a county benefit-an habits of personal cleanliness on the public W. Lee, presiding elder of tho St. neighbors and several family friendsat

ship nominees.No I investment in public welfare that would pay divi- school child but their efforts will fail of the highest Louis Methodist Episcopal district; a greater distance attended. The .-

newspaper knows it better than does the dends to every community in the county. accomplishment unless parents co-operate hea'ily Leon C. Palmer, general secretary of services were held at 3 o'clock Thurs-

\ Tampa Daily Times-and tome other journals pursuing prepare an exhibit of some sort and continuously. This is a duty which parents the Alabama Sunday School Associa- day afternoon. Rev. S. W. Lawler

;r similar tactics. 1\\ The fair i is an assured project. The more it is owe to their children. tion; Dr. Ryland Knight, pastor of the paid a feeling and impressive tributeto

; The Prohibition party's effort to put a candidate aided however, the better it will be and the more tt First Baptist church of Clarksville, the deceased. Numerous floral testimonials -

e against Chief Justice Taylor hat as little to do with; g ood it will do. Penn.; Dr. Thornwell Haynes, presi- were in evidence. A quar-
c. ; the Koott-Cattt conflict as a popgun has to do with The least that any one can and should do is to HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A GRASSHOPPER:: dent of Birmingham College; Rev. C. tet from the Methodist church choir

t a cloudburst. supply an exhibit of tome product, cultivated or SANDWICH? Wolford of the North Alabama Meth- participated in the services-Mrs. J.
'
wild, or of tome curiosity. L Chester Bliss, assistant curator of the San- odist Conference; Dr. J. M. Shelburne, R.Gilbert, Mrs. J. L. OverStreet Miss
._ MOT A SURRENDER OF PRINCIPLES-BUT A , I dusky (Ohio) high school museum, recently ate a I president of Howard College; Mrs Ruby Prevatt and Miss Ethel Roberson. -

VICTORY FOR HUMANITY. BOLL WEEVIL PUNISHES UNHEEDING grasshopper sandwich for. his luncheon. He toasted '''Phebe Curtiss, elementary 'superin- Interment was in Rosehill cem-

The most important phase of President Wilton'i FARMERS. the insects over a low fire, (after removing tendent of the Ohio Sunday School j etery at Kissimmee. '

action in averting a 'nation-wide railroad strike it heads and wing) and applied alt and pepper and I

NOT,that he obtained an eight-hourday for 400.I ,- Two"week ago the Valley Gazette reprinted from placed them between two dices of bread. ';. .. .
000 railroad workmen.' 'p.' -y' the Lake City Index ,an article showing than the "The grasshoppers turned red. like'lobsters,"

t The most important phase of the.averted calamity cotton-boU weevil i is causing great financial loss say Mr Bliss. "They had a nutty flavor. and I i

(" is! NOT that his action brought for these workmen a I I among the cotton farmers of Florida The' faults enjoyed them very much."' '' l' Classified Advertisements .lL.j [;
their because governmental agricultural
k jmisc,itt I >ges. largely own He expresses the belief that grasshopper eventu-

u The factor is that the President of the advisers have amply warned them against ally will become a choice morsel in standard hotels . . . . .
a greatest
- - - - & & & & - & & & & & & & -" & & - & & .
f United States has given his endorsement and hit the danger. and restaurants. . . .. .. ..... .. .... . .. . ..... ." ... . . .

u ,, influence to' the movement for an eight-hour day II The same heedlessness and more or lest lots have Maybe so, Mr. Bliss, maybe so ; but the Valley FOR SALE-On Lake street; 4 three- FOR SALE-New Columbia Grapho-
in Florida and room houses and lots)) all occupied phone, with 12 records, $:Ie (cost
1' ''If for ALL of our nation's millions of workers. featured other phases of agriculture Gazette writer's mind must become considerably I at $4 each per month. Price $1,400.
< The eight-hour day it an established American; :lsewhere. People are too prone to entertain a more nutty than it is ere he can smalk his lips over I i i Easy terms. J. M. Willsoa, $55)); Majestic Range Stove, $35 .
;. principle. IT IS. NOT A QUESTION FOR ARBI (i:tort of fatalistic belief or policy that nothing is that "nutty flavor." Jr.446t (cost $60)); Bed and springs and
.
t.v tt TRATION. So President Wilson has boldly and going to happen to them-until it happens. .. .,__ I Cot, (cost $8)); three-piece Parlor
FOR SALE-One] fresh Jersey cow
The idea that impended was hooted at by ; Suite, (cost $16)J.) \ A. ROUSE
war
's i unflinchingly declared. also( 3 others, 4 years old, will be
r .! It it not a surrender of a: principle-that ol ar nearly everybody in Washington political and social Something more than wind is necessary in "boost- fresh in a few weeks. Address O. Campbell Fla. 16U'FOR

r h tratioD. He won a victory for another and equally ,circles just a few weeks before the costly and bloody ing"a county or a TOWN. That PERSONAL P, McCABE, Kissimmee Park 43tf SALE-Fine suburban home of
vital principle. War of Secession broke upon our natoin. So it is equation that PERSONAL interest that gets out (Route No.2))
or more house excel-
7
His attitude will aid workingmen everywhere in over and over again with various calamitiet. They and DOES something is the kind of "boosting" that FOR SALE-Attractive 6-room bungalow lent acres location.; splendid Call new let show;
us
you.
actually before their imminence it rec- It itself in contributions of man- in Kissimmee. On one of ;
their efforts to establish a more humane, a shorter, mutt come countt. expresses ALSO 8-ROOM HOUSE and small!
ognized.The ual labor, or money or (best of all) both, for the best residence streets; 10 minutes'walk
r' ' work day. from school and postofTioe; 8- farm near by to exchange for Kansas -
understand damage to Florida cotton crop hurts the promotion: of the common good. covered
Overgreedy and shortsighted capitalists foot porch on three sides, I or Oklahoma property worth
: I this. Therefore they and their friends are whole of the State in some degree-just as a calam- -: :- with beautiful vines and climbingroses $6,000.

tt't wroth at him. That is why one Charles Evans ity to citrus fruit, etc., would. The way to deal Allen L. Benson Socialist candidate for President two streets Four; barn large on lots rear, entrance lot. Owner on- INDIANA 240-ACRE FARM for-

tI Hughes and his anvil chorus clamor about "sur I with such evils is to recognize them, face them, 1* a refreshing variation from the u ual run having business elsewhere, willtable Florida property. Full particularsand

I render." That it why some mossback Democratic I frankly admit their presence, and then turn loose of orationists of that faith. -Mr. Benson admits that $3,500. Address ROSES, care free book to( interested parties.
them. It is the I 44-2t
eradicate Gazette.
about the "sacri- and to Valley
I newspapers are peeved or grieved money energy Wall street prefers Hughes to Wilson. Whereas the NELSON REALTY CO.
in the end. A sore
and honest
a fice of principle. cheaper more way Socialist rule ha been to cuss both Democrats and WANT TO RENT small house; about
Intelligent capitalists, somewhat less greedy, also lasts longer if it is concealed from sunlight. Republicans with equal fervor. Either Mr. Wilson four rooms and bath; good neigh FOR RENT.

f;' understand it; but they KNOW Mr. Wilson is abso- Another factor that aids agricultural disasters is is exceptional Democrat or Mr. Benson is an I borhood. Address RESIDENT BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW nicely
iti element in the human mind that objects to an care of Valley Gazette. *
f for the They that
lutely right in standing eight-hour day. exceptional Socialist. In either case Mr. Benson is furnished; splendid location; also
KNOW it is better for this nation that its workers changes or innovations-that clings to the old. regardless risking a drumhead court-martial by the disciplinarians 600 MILES beo' hog and cow range.A three cottages unfurnished for rent.
t shall have a shorter work day and more time for whether the old be good or bad. It it a of his SOO acre farm for sale in range NELSON REALTY CO.
1 ; rest recreation, and amusement. .* large factor in the truth that too many farmers party. $4,000. Dixie Highway, railroad. ,
,- ;, That is why Henry Ford of Detroit, and also regard governmental agricultural advisers at faddists -: :- Capt. T. Hall, Utopia, Fla. 36tf LOST-Small brown leather handbag

some other humane men of money, indorse the or alarmists. or even as ignoramuses. 'The Tampa Tribune drew extensively on the E between Kissimmee and St. Cloud
President's stand for the eight-hour day. Wherein they err. The United States govern- section of dictionary in attempts to fit a suitabletail 'FOR SALE and-kitchen Complete sink bathroom, all fixtures containing Eastman Kodak cartridges '

That is why Lovett, head of the Union Pacific ment is the largest business and scientific institution to the initial E. in the name of Charles E. enameled, half price. Call porcelain at field-glass, etc. Reward if

1 railroad, and Underwood( head of the Erie railroad in the-world.' It carefully searches for that whichis Hughes. We failed to note all of the Tribune' sug I 106 South Vernon Ave. 42tf returned to Gazette office. 45ltpdFOR

r' admit that the President did the best he could best in agriculture. Its advice and its advisers gestions. So we are not certain whether it coined"Evasive" r
should be heeded. not. Anyhow, no other appellation is WANTED-Magazines and old books SALE-One 3-drawer Cabinet
S under the circumstances. qr
ladies of Presbyterian church,
by National Cash one Bur-
Every organization or class of workmen that obtains 1 : : more applicable to the Artful Dodger of questions to make up a carload. Phone No. Register
ii ' 'i the eight-hour day for its members makes it No-that bulkhead along Lake Tohopekaliga it who it the Republican nominee for President- 71, and arrangements will be madeto roughs Adding Machine, one large
t workmen it. side-tracked until the Catts- Charles Evasive Hughes. call for them. 42-tf Iron Safe, one 25-horsepowor Ferro
I + easier for ALL other to get not forgotten. Just Gray
two 6-horsepower
Engine
u The eight-hour day for, the railroad workmen is Knott special rolls by. -:- DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Motors, one Naphtha Launch, one
r surrender of the principle of arbitration. It -: :- Tiller.
not
a of
The United States Department Agriculture
I pair Counter Scales, four oil tanks
is victory for a national health measure-a vic- The "propaganda" to make Kissimmee the capital
a
the mountains of
,l reports the chestnut crop among CABAGE PLANTS FOR SALE- one pair Trucks, one Office Chair, .
for the conservation of humanity. ) city of Florida will be again weekly feature
Jory the Southern States is meager this year. Nevertheless 3,000,000 Charleston Wakefleld.Early' one lot Sheeting, two fresh Milch
F when "the tumult and the shouting" the electiondie
e y :1 thank goodness I there will not be either a I Summer, and Early Fall Flat Dutch; Cowo. All cheap for cash. ROSS
4 The Madison News-Recorder has been rejoicing away. "corner"or a general shortage.! Mr. Roosevelt grown from best seed; ready after GRAVES. 45-tf
about the installation of a typesetting machine in -: :-
still is able to talk. Nov. 1 ; $1 per 1,000; 10,000 lots,
Its office. At first we surmised that some of the The Darlington avenue grading and opening arc
-: :- 90e per 1,000. J. R. DAVIS, Bar- AIR FRICTION CARBURETORS cut
'c I up-North prosperity had spilled over into Madison a right-now topic, however. There is no worth- I
tow, Fla 44-3t fuel bills in half. Burn kerosene.
r work should be Oil for troubled waters and an olive branch for
t county and onto Editor Merchant; but from another while reason why that necessary not Increase and mileage. Fords i
as item in,his newspaper was noted the news started now and completed soon. troubled ,minds are time-honpredytaciliers. Nevertheless TO EXCHANGE- 'Motor-boit (S- power Made
make mile.
'that 2.M9 bales of cotton had been ginned in Madi- -: :- occasionally an ax is a wonderful harmon- horse power) for dairy cow. Or for all thirty Money-back per gallon. guarr1aF
engines.
.', ; son county to'Sept. 25 of this year. The Enterprise- Why allthis talk about the Russians taking Mush> izer. will sell. Engine in flrst-clasi condi antee. Agent wanted in every

? '' 4 Recorder now eight pages of six columns, probably Why don't they tackle something hard}Nashville : :- tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells, 104 Possiel county. Write for special introduor

'soon will have "enlarge to seven-columns, as itt Southern Lumberman. Promoters of "the Hughes Alliance for the Stateof avenue. Telephone 242. 41-tf offer. Florida Motor Serrfe"
tory
; Advertiser are crowding the reading matter. They took Kastoria. Which may not qualify as Florida" organized in Jacksonville assert that (
',' _. "something har ." its "sole aim and object: is the election of Charles WANTED-ONE DOZEN CONVICT Company, Fort Lauderdale, FJa.452t. .
GUARDS AT ONCE AT CAMPSNO.
The dollar. sometime* i is a serviceable yardstick.' -: ---- E. Hughes as President of the 'United States. .
4 .. 2 AND NO. 8. KISSIMMEE
t. ;; Often'it"accurately'meaturet the length and'breadtt, Words without deeds "boosting ,without doing, What) Have the patriots foresworn the pie JAPANESE SEED CANEr
STORES
NAVAL COMPANY
man' .' public, spirit bullets,wilhout powder behind them. counter? 1,000 stalks; standing. J. M.., WIll-
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FRIDAY,'OCTOBER '27, 1.1., THE KISSIMMEE; VALLEY GAZETTE FACET-:

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THE' .KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE : Mrs. M. F,,Bare hai'moved- -to,' 128,: A .i I NOTICE' bill B. F. Walker J.,'S.,Underhill,. Inspectors .'
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CTalapb..aJlfo. 11.) Brack street. I .. .- ; i'II. Wnlker, clerk. ,'
. I I No. 9 (Lokocoeo)-Allen Cannon,
'Published Every- Friday By John S_adel made.a business trip Worth Careful The following !I. a l Hit of the names B. E.. Willis; George W."Fortic; inspectors .

W B. tuners *. 0. TANS AOI'fIDW:' to Fort Pierce this; week.' 'I Thought elected by the Board of cOunty Commission ; .F. M. Edri;. clerk. ,
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: No. 10. (Mulberry)-B. O. Hancock
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I' of. Osceola County their\
.Mrs' C. E. Denig of Narcoosee is In t* "f., f I 4. .,."' all t J..W. Campbell, JET B., Havens,,
the cityiodayi i ) i i Doryou read the label, to know whether regular 'meeting October 2nd, 1910, Inspectors;\, A. Patten, clerk. ,
to ,serve;Inspectors, and Clerks at '
I J. OVERSTREET
ri" M B - yOOr-bak1ng: powder Is;tnade frothcream the 'Gene...)1 El.ectlon' to be' held November '
fr For piles, stomach, liver and kidney ,.,.::Clerk Circuit; Court.,
1 troubles,,,.consult Dr.,Schriefels, of tartar or, on the other :hand, from'1mn 11.1 t tor 7th;:X D. 1916.. ', j i
the.chlropractor. ,* No.' 1 (Kissimmee)-H. N. Button, When your food does not 'digest
See adv.
I if j ._ <,;.;';, phosphate, H. W Boles, F. a,,Gilbert, inspectors; well and you feel "blue. ,tired and
\ A. E. Thomas, clerk. discouraged you should use a little ;
'When: in Orlando, go to(the Colonial .Royal Baking Powder is made. No.2 (Shingle Creek)-Charles A. HERBINE bedtime. It opens..the r
Ipn for a.biSslness man's lunch, for : from r Garrett, G. ,C. Branson W. O. Bron bowels, purifies the system and see.
60 cents, or'a shopper's lunch, for 35 cream ,of tartars derived from grapes and son inspectors; A.' H. foxelerk. stores a fine feeling, of health and energy. '
I cents. They are'the beet yet. MRS. No. 8 (Campbell)-H. E. Brown, Price: 60c. Sold .by Oseeola..
-STATE PRESSPyt II CORNISH adds to the food only wholesome qualities. E. D. Roberts, W. H. Lanier, incpect- Pharmacy, ,
II 'Proprietor.ExCongressman : ors Alex Bronson, clerk. Y
I tit 4 (St. Cloud-E. E. Liver-
I G. F. Kribbs is Other baking powders contain alum or more), Ralph Reynolds, J. K. Conn,in- U GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your

,A having ground broken for the foundation phosphate, both'of mineral origin and specters; J/ I. Cummings clerk.
: of a commodious residence for No. 5 (Deer Park-W.'M. Avant, Quirk's Chill Tonic cored lay
........... ....00.0... ... : himself and Mra. Kribbs on their used as substitutes for cream of tartar N. S. Blount W. R. Nettles, Inspector. husband of LaGrippe and Fever after .
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property on Vine street near the big because of their cheapness. No.6.; Mike Simmons, clerk. the doctor's medicine and other rem..
ft Weather I (Kenansville)-A. E.. Bass, .
', : Report western ditch.Superintendent. 3. B. Tumblin, L R. Phillips, Insp*ct- dice failed. ,
Never sacrifice quality and healthfulness ors; Randolph Young clerk. LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. "-
C. E. Yowell, Miss No 7 (Bossengor)-W. E. Under Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, i5c.
Emma Yowell and Proto and Mrs. R. for low price.. I .
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Following are daily temperatures M. Evans little J.
i and precipitations as re- and son, Bob Evans, . .. ..,.....O..O. . ... .... . .. .. . . .... : 1i
ported by Government station motored to Bartow last aturday in ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. .
" at Kissimmee for the week end- Mr. Yowell's car and witnessed the i 4
New York .
:'\ ing Thursday, October 26: football Bartow. game between Kissimmee and American ;

Max. Mm. Rain

Friday __u ___89 18 Mrs. D. G. Francis is in an Orlando --- a

Saturday __ ____82 63 hospital under the care of Dr. Hyatt. LadyDesigned ,
k. Sunday _, u __76 49.9 I Last week she underwent a serious Mrs. H. N. Bratton spent several CANNING CLUB NEWSLast "i'j
days last week with her niece Mrs. .
I' Monday -_ u .78 64r operation. Many friends wish her
Lee of Orlando for Discerning: : : }
Bandy
returning
__86 60 week for OSte-
Tuesday uu I speedy and complete recovery. It is home Friday. was a busy one
Wednesday __ _.81 10 gratifying to know her condition is ola county's agent for home extension WomenKOQLto$5.00 i

Thursday __ __80 70' favorable.! SOUTH KISSIMMEE work, Miss Albina Smith. Her time '
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4f"if was divided between the canning
.........0.0.............. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Stef- BAPTIST MISSION $ $
Services on Sunday, Oct. 29, will be: clubi at Whittier and Center Park.
fle, Saturday morning, Oct. 21, a son. At Whittier the interest .in this '
-, Sunday school_ 10 a. m.; Rev. R. GUARANTEED
..... .......... ....... ..0 Mrs. J. M. Cochran corper of Cypress A. Bowen, superintendent. work is reviving and all members are i iI
and Vine streets, has just .returned attend short to 1 I
to
planning a course
Preaching-At 6:46: m., by the ]
l The'local Field I from a wek's visit enjoyedwith pastor. Subject "The p. House That be held In Kissimmee at an early :i The Quality Store :
friends at Clearwater.ChaWe" t
Fell." date. Some work is being done and INC.C. i .

Robert Frierson from Prayer Meeting and Teachers' the record books are carefully kept.!| W. DANN Mgr. '
I ...... .....000..0.. .. One girl in each family has stenciled .
Training Class Wednesday evening,
Dade City, was a visitor several days dresser scarf and commenced raf- .......00..0..f .. .*.*.... .
this week with his son, S. W. Frierson 645; o'clock.Everybody. a a
To Our Newt Contributor welcome at of these fiB bag.
..f : at Vine street and Central ave- services. any Miss Smith spent Friday in Center .... .. .. .. . . ... ..0.0.00..0000000. .... .. .......
nue. He is a Confederate veteran and
All communications, church notice, Park. Its club boasts thirteen mem-
around Kissimmee in
h\, etc.Gazette. for must publication be in its in office the not Valley later came home from the way reunion returning of- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.The bers-the largest club in the county. OH! THAT CLOUDINESS Of VISION! +' G
relief matter Here all interest is centered fitting
t than Wednesday afternoon in orderto veterans in Tampa. Armemun-Synan : on
insure publication in the current I will receive further attention at this up a kitchen in connection with the '
1 issue. This newspaper In anxious to Charles F. Prevatt, who is now in church Sunday, a goodly offering having school building, and a delegation has DO YOU KNOW THE REASON WHY? w wIt

{,\r. publish personal social!, religious, or business with his brother, Jennings already been sent. It is earnestly been appointed to visit Kissimmee on
other but it not
news can put nearlyall
of it Into type within a few hours at Winter Haven, spent a few days hoped that every Presbyterian will Saturday to select the stove, cabinet is became the lens of your eyes fails to focus perfectly. ;

and meet Ita usual houra of publica here this week, visiting his mother make some offering to this cause. and cooking utensils. When the equip-
The lens being imperfect all the of light do not meet prop-
,tion. rays ,
and attending to business matters. ment is complete, practical' lessons in

. Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought MEN'S MEETING.Our bread-making, etc., will be given at erly. Consequently a partial blindness headaches, and other
Mr. and Mr William J. Fling aM attendance was nearly doubled I the visits of the agent. : :

For Sale-Horses, mules and Shet late arrivals in Kissimmee. Mr. Flings ast Sunday. We had an excellent Miss Neva Lester, a canning club ills sure to increase if not relieved. We measure the defects .
... land ponies. J. W. Miller. tf son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fling,
meeting. girl of this vicihity, has been successful -
all the
carefully and scientifically. Our glasses will focus light,
t For a bargain in a nice home, see former residents of Kissimmee, of Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in making a'guava paste and is ,:

owner at 704 Mabbetto St. pd Germantown, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- brother Hall will conduct the services. now experimenting with guava vine- relieve you of all your roubles and give you perfect satisfac

lam Fling were recently married. Come out and enjoy an hour of soul- gar. This paste recommends itself TTJtSDAY . .
S. S. Griffin of Orlando in tion. IS THE DAY. "
waa town They motored here from Philadelphia.; the Methodist of
refreshing Sunday for use in place jellies or marmalade -
last Thursday.A. They the Fling heme, 538 -
occupy school rooms. for cheapness of production as

W. Carter of Orlando was in Brack street. INVITATION COMMITTEE.The well as for its "keping" qualities.The .51,51 .ft -I!

Kissimmee business. product may be made in any '
Thursday on Very cheerful news comes from Democratic National Committee
Miss Lottie. Lawler, who is in a North has authorized the Gazetteto size. the shape of a pound o( butter H. BROWN & CO. :
Mrs. L. E. Livermore arrived yea- Carolina medical institution for treat- Valley being convenient, and can be sliced for O. k;;
terday from Lebanon Conn., to spend assist in the collection of the Wilson Combined with I
sandwiches, etc.
ment from an attack of pellagra. Miss Fund. Send in '
the winter. Popular Campaign cheese, the paste makes a toothsome Jewelers and ;
Lawler is making rapid Improvement'n your contribution TODAY. Use the Optometrists. t" t

,{ ..- Mr. and Mrs Lyles Story are domiciled all respects. Each report from her above coupon. Your contribution will .andwich.Ha, Fern. and Virginia F.n.l.r. .- SUCCESSORS. tO COLE JEWELRY; CO. ...t ,
in the Cotterman more cheering,
cottage on grows be acknowledged in the'columna' of
H. O. BROW1t,1Laa.w rAR.
); Mabbette street. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S., T. 4 .,
.( Mr. and Mrs. George* Maxwoll have this paper ea> d you will get a receiptfrom ansler, who live south of the city

The, W. H. Wilsons, on Vine street, returned to their ,Kissimmee home "Treasurer Wilbur W.. Marsh 'ol limits,:have prepated one of the largest _-----' ------ --- --. ,
are of those who recently have pus ?04, Brack street. They spent the the National Committee.NARCOOSSEE. collections- of- exhibits In the coun-

chytsod an Elizabethean autobain.- summer in Michigan and other states . . . .00. ... .. .. ...... ty. This include canned product 6f ........ "" ""..:

-r-. .-... here, they have large -property- In- t : vegetables and fruits, jellies, marmalade :J.: A( SCHREIFELS r
Mrs. J. Z. Roberson and two children terests.R. and catsups.All < .

y'' returned home Saturday from a 4 4 the club girls are preparing uniforms GRADUATE ,
.; visit to relatives at Sebring. J. Roliff and family arrived this .. . .. .0.00.. 0 64.. .. .. 0. of blue chambray with white

morning from Sandyhill, W. Va., having collar and cuffs. These will be quite CHIROPRACTORPRONOUNCED .
Mrs. Elmira Cronk. of Estherville! driven the entire distance by The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. LIt-
over when with their white .
Iowa, arrived in Kissimmee last weekto automobile. They are here to spendthe tle and left a fine boy; Dr. Rivers was effective worn ( KI-RO-PRAC-TOR)
spend the winter'with her sister, along. Both mother and baby doing aprons and caps. BRONSON BUU.DIHQ. lit 1-2 BROADWAY
winter, and will again occupy the SPECIALIST ON NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASESWill
Mrs. J. A. Barclay.Superintendent Henry Partin residence on Brack fine.Big be in Kissimmee Office from_8 to 11 o'clock, Mondays, Wednesdays -
street. union meeting to be held here MUSIC CLUB'S CHORAL ** and Saturdays. \ .
Yowell and Professor Saturday, the 28th, a'nd Sunday, the The only method to relieve disease is to remove the caus*-this .a,

R. M. Evans motored to Bartow Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Miller and children 29th. Everybody is invited to attend. FEATURE IS POPULARThe the Chiropractor does by scientific adjustments of the spinal nerves.
last Saturday to see their proteges Consultation and examination free. "
spent a few days in Kissimmeethis Many will attend from.Kissimmee and
wiped up by the Summerlin eleven. week guests of the family of M. St. Cloud. line of choral work mapped out . . . .. .... ... .. .... ... . . . . .... .*

Mack Hirshberg, salesman repre- M. Miller on Church street. Mr. Mil- The Ebertz family visited St. Cloud by the Kigsimmea Music Club is
1
senting the Hirshberg Company (sta- ler and family have been living at Monday. popular. The club's membership .

tionery and novelties) of Atlanta, Ga., Pinecastle, were here on their way to Deputy Sheriff Young Tindall ot grows rapidly. Each meeting wit-

was in Kissimmee this week. __ Lokosee, in the southern portion ot Deer Park was a visitor at the Marion nesses a larger attendance than the 1
this county, where Mr. Miller will Tindall home Sunday. preceding meeting. Forty-two members 0 people of taste and sensible views r

Misses Addie Gilbert and Elizabeth manage the turpentine! farm,of E. D. The Montsdoca and J. C. Tyson attended and participated in the .J

Parker visited several days with Mr. Malloy.Rev. families enjoyed a fish-fry Sunday on last weekly choral practice, at Hart This ad. will inform you, as well as amiews : j ;

and Mrs. George F. Parker on Boggy beautiful Lake Hendon. Memorial building, last Monday -ev- "'

creek. this week. J. H. Veasy and wife and son, Mrs. J. C. Tyson visited relativesin ening. G. E. Lathrope was added to You are sure to be pleased \

Mrs. A. J. Chisholm was a weekend'visitor Ralph, of New Wilmington Pa., pass- Kissimmee last SaturfUy, her the list of associate members, mak- And feet will be eased :
your .
with Mrs. George F. Parker,' ed through the city last Saturday on mother and sister's children. ing 'more than sixty in all. -

at Boggy creek, returning Tuesday: their way to St. Cloud, having made Miss Gladys Bruns of Orlando vis- Promptly at 7 o'clock Miss Myrtilla If Stanford is given your custom in SHIEWS.. \ t

afternoon.Mr. the entire trip down by automobile.Mr. ited her parents Saturday and Sun- Beals the director, called the -
and Mrs. Veasy will spend the ray. meeting to order and directed the

and Mrs. J. T. BurkhaJter] and winter in St. Cloud while Ralph will loW II ill went away Sunday to Tampa chpral work till the closing hour, ((9 : .:. 'ii

Miss Grace Gilbert motored to Bartow return north to continue his studies and other points to purchase his o'clock). She stated that the results of -

last Saturday to witness the football it college.Dr. winter stock. He returned Tuesday.Bob the first practice were surprisinglygood. '

game,between Oseeola High and Sum- of Kissimmee "Promptitude" is a watchwordin
0- Donegan was a
merlin college and Mrs. T. M. Rivers, accom- business visitor here Wednesday. this club. Practice always startsat H. C. STANFORD COMPANY ;

Mrs. Walter Lawson, accompaniedby panied by Miss Lucy Buckles and H. H. Hull's house will soon be exactly 7 p. m., and waits for ne ;

her little is here for Gerald Rivers, motored to Orlando Inished. .
son, an ex- one. I- "
"OU Reliable.. SUe. Dealer of Deems Cemmt .
witness the football
tended visit with her husband's rela- last Tuesday to It is probable that the club will ,

tives. Walter Lawson is-a son of our game. 44444444444404444 more than double its present enroll-
''well-known merchant F. -H 4 4 'ment before the session closes; andit
town ,
Rev. W. D. J. Sumner and his wife
SHINGLE CREEK. 4
Lawson. returned Saturday from Georgia, > is desirable, aa well as beneficial to More new stocks of \J
the, club and to prospective members,
Mach Bros. are having an addition where they have been visiting relativesand 4444444444444444John \
that those wishing to join should do
y, .'4 built to their garage, which will be looking after business interestsin Shoes just arrived ;
as soon as possible.
Thomas Kissimmee so
was a
used as a repair shop. The partitions McRae and Rightsville. They spent '

which enclose their present repair the past week with their daughter, visitor Wednesday.Mr. .

ahop will be torn out and will add Mrs. C. B. Harris, in Gainesville. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Ivey left Friday Wilder'sStudio SEVERAL STYLES Of' SEVERAL STYLES or
of last week for Windermere where
largely to their storage room for cars. Mr. Sumner stated that the Georgia .
they will spend some time ..,
cordial welcomeand
Mach Bros. & Bronson started operation people gave them a QUEEN QUALITY FLORSHEIM
: Misses Edyth and Iva Niswonge
:i showed them a good time, but I.
t.t of their citrus packinghousethis were Kissimmee visitors Saturday. Your Friends can ky anything
be in Kissimmee
week, with Henry Lightsey in they were glad to W. L has new you can give them-except your
Moseley acquired a SHOES ;
J again. photograph. Make the appointmenttoday. S"OES.
,4 charge. The first car load of fruit Ford. .

-. went forward today. Rev. B. H. Guy, nominee for county Mr. and Mrs. G< C. Bronson were '

Jl., E: Ford.haa leased the old Millet commissioner from district No.5, faIn Kissimee visiotrs Saturday.Paul Wbaewvw Von Take Need drore'B a ae.eraIrc.IG 'y.

'barber\ shop just south of his for- the city today, looking after business Yates lef| Wednesday of las The! Old Standard Grove's Tasteless New Stocks of Cool Weather ,

mer stand, and moved in this week. matters. He' is a strong sup- week for Ocoee. where he has, em- chill Tonic Is equally valuable as a .,w
The R. T. Butler shop which he has porter of S. J. Catts for Governor and ployment for the winter. General Tonic because It contains the Clothing on hand. "

just vacated being remodeled and states that the southern portion of the The many friends of Mrs. Walter wen known p-utlUtJuofQUlNINa ?" ,
and IRON. It ecu on the Uver.: nrw-
a new, floor put in. Mr. Butlerthe county will poll a practically solid Bronson wil be glad to learn that her oat Malaria ,Hnrlcbeathe Blood and

1 owner' 'will manage-the shop himself. vote'for tae Dt Funlak e1er man.. I health U bettor at this wri'''I1Jr.I 8IIWa tp tile W.-.S 'Msm. 10 cents.

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3'p t p ,& a THE '[K1SSIMMEE VALLEY, 'GAZETTE 1// FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27 1tll-j :..



I Your' Insurance Policy For Prosperity'

x--Copy Of Official Ballot .( The of the worldare 1

believer'in' eyes
Are you,really a democracy ?
Cut It Out For. ReferetlceThea.
Do want this government: : to be government ? .
S I you / 'your, on the man whoSAVES '4

ea the of order candidates of their for arrange public: Is it your will that the voice of America should ring: out la ,

i official ballot on which command instead of begging whispers ? ,
OaceoU county voters will MARK & .
their selections In the election on Nov. Then prove it.

7 next, are printed below,. }
Tbe'6ames are arranged alphabet Campaign contributions control candidates. No one understands -

pally lion, ,but without the regard Valley to Gazette party afTilia ha this better than the enemies of democracy. They con

; placed an X before the names ot tribute to control; they give to get.' tAre
Democratic candidates, so that Demo-
cratlc voters may familiarize them- yc u less mindful of your interests ?

selves with the names of the nominees PAUSE for a moment, young man}\.

of their party. Four years ago 89,854 Americans contributed to Woodrow self. The
' No X or other indicative mark will give a thought to
Wilsoi 's campaign fund. It the dollars of the that
on the official ballot as it will was Many
appear
be placed in the hands of each voter in financ d the campaign, not'the millions of the'Few. problems that confront you now, or

his polling: place. lie must select the will few hence.Look '
J names for himself] and must place across It was a new idea, a great idea. It was an Emancipation Pro- a years 4
((8n X) in front of the name of
each candidate for whom he desire clamat on that took elections off the auction block ; that took about 'ou-tbe men of affair in country, state,' nation-

i to vote. )yet in the world, are the men who started to tare early in life. '
No X is placed before the name of candidates away from back doors and

any candidate! for X overnor ,in the r They hare the respect and confidence of the community.Then 1
back
list as printed rWe, because tw Democrats How Contribute to rooms.
to
for this office. look on the other side--at the fellows who spend all they 1
are contesting
There be voters who the Wilto i Campaign make-they may have a good time for a while, but what does their
may many It is the idea that dominates Woodrow
reflect? ',
would find l this list useful if they clip F *nd personality (
ped it out and took it with them the Wilson's campaign today. Again in
as
ale! tb. Coupon B thM; eoncr and Bll lathe A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the
place. It might aid their mem amount *. Tton attach
polling your
you c ,
Money to thla. Coup it;Mid mall today to thaaddraaa 1912 we to fight secret millions nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
in avoiding mistaken. propose
ory (Ivan oa Ux Cottfwa.laaue '
Make your beginning now-today. Your bank ;
G. W. Crawford, Democratic nominee
all check, money orders and with above-board dollars. book will pare the way.State. ,
Onceola]
for State Senator from
: address all con ribution to Henry ,
and Orange counties has no opposi *
Morgenthau, Ch<.I irm4a Finance Committee e
tlon. Neither has any of the Democratic Democrat ic National' CommitHow much is democracy worth to you ? j jr
nominees for offices in
county
tee,30 Spat Forty-ssJostd Street New Bank
Osceola Therefore that section -
of the county.ballot is not printed here York City.' What value do you place on service that ,


For United Stales Senator. obeys your orders, realizes your ideals, of KissimmeeCapital

Vote for one. Woodrow. Wilton voices your aspirations, and considers

R. L. GOODWIN stock __________________ ____ ____ $100,000.00
WM. R. O'NEAL CampaYdCOUPON your happiness and welfare Resources over* -_____________________--____ 400,000.00
X-PARK TRAMMELLFor
Presidential Electors: Officers and Directors: '
'i'f To HENRY ChairmanPtnanca Name it and itt 1
pay -
Vote for six. I.IOI'3THAU. C. A. CARSON Prest. *
J. M. LEE, Vice PreiL
W. R. BRYANT Tba :rot ;; livk 10
New tl
X-J. TURNER BUTLER City M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest. t
Self-interest and alike tli
rltf self-respect command -
X-MARTIN CARABAU.OWASHINGTON Aa. believer... r.pt.-nt.d la the u the.rlw candidacy tdeala of of ROMA THOMAS, Cashier. ,i
CLARK Woodrow WUaon fce pose Jt of the United you.
X-J. P. CLARKSON Btatea. and to t.he.nd tbat he may tak. the
oflSca fr.-h.nded, untrflmmeled, and obllated -
FRED A. COLES to none but the people of the country;

FRANK W. COTTON I wtah to cootrfbut. um of I ,. .. Give even unto sacrifice. It is America
toward the .uthe ft Mill ant WUeon'e C. A. CARSON President N. C BRYAN, Secretary.
FRED C.CUBBERLYHENRY .
DALLOZ campaign. that asks it. The soldiers of Washington

; W.B. W.W.FOXWORTHY GORDON N_....""". ."..w..""...".". and Lincoln gave of their heart's blood, The Waters & Carson ,t
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X-FRANK HARRIS the establishment and of
Addnaait .to permanence
i MORGAN E. JONESJ. ,

E. LANTINGER F.D...I...... ...................... free institutions.i < Grocery Company 1I'1
'i'j JOSEPH A. LUCAS i : I'I'a
X-MILTON H. MARRY, SR. title paper .
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FRANKLIN PIMBLEY Shall you not give your share to the
X-WILL H. PRICE .................. 1. .. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in \ bGROCERIES
WESLEY C. RICHARDS ; -. self-same sacred cause ?

CLINTON B. SPENCER'L. The Democratic National Committee I
1 M. STEVENS has authorized the Valley Gazetteto [:general election.v Former Congressman C. M. Cooper

PERCY B. STICKNEY assist in the collection of the Wilson One point decided was that the also addressed the meeting along the
JOHN STOKER Popular Campaign Fund. Send in lines of organization. He urged that .
ERNEST THORNQUIST your contribution TODAY. Use the chairman select a committee of fifty. every Democrat make it his special 000 . 000000000 . . 0. 0 + . > > > > .

For Representative In Coegree.-- above coupon. Your,contribution will This committee Is to name a subcommittee business to attend all the meetingsand 0 t 0 4' ..
WE SELL
WE BUYiHIDES
:Fourth Congressional District. be acknowledged in the columns of which will be known as the bring from,on'* to five men witti'him '
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!Vote for one. his paper and you will get a receipt campaign committee. The plan is to at every meeting 4 HAT 0 .. ,;'X I'we'''lI>(dt.'""'"'\.,'" ::;,,j' -
A. N. JACKSON from Treasurer Wilbur W. Marsh of get every real Democrat In the countyto Senator N P. Bryan was called to 0 '.
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DANIEL T. GEROW the National Committee. \ become a member of the organi- the platform and urged to 'give his GRAIN .0 0. FURS 'It.. kf

: X-W. J. SEARS zation and to see that every! registered views upon the question now before FERTILIZERS y
-1 For Governor. Democrat casts his ballot for the campaign committee of the Dem- WOOL '" .
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KNOTT SUPPORTERS every nominee on the Democratic ocratic party. Senator Bryan declared 0 SHINGLES .
a Vote for one. AND .
that he had no idea of 'making a
ticket Nov. 7. Workers are to be
I GEORGE C. C. ALLEN'W. ALLEN ORGANIZE IN DUVAL supplied for each polling place on : speech and that he had had his turn .. ORANGE BOXES. .. ALL .. '',

election day. A large number of in the present campaign. However, ORANGE WRAPS, A )
Si SIDNEY J. CATTSW. speakers are to be sent out over the he urged the Duval county Democratsto COUNTRY yt
G V. KNOTT PLEASANT A. HOLT, BOB McNA. county and meetings are to, be held in organize and get out the vote. lie 0 VEGETABLE CRATES .. .. '

For Secretary of State. MEE, CHAIRMAN RANEY. AND every city ward. An effort will be said he thought the coming electionwas 0 CRATE NAILS PRODUCE .* j i

' Vote for one. ."** OTHERS TAKE PART IN BIG made to roll up the largest majorityever the most important which had 0 0 O I
X-H. CLAY CRAWFORDJ. polled in this county for a Dem- been held during the life of any man 0 0 0 . 0 . 000000 . . . . . . . >
E. JUNKINS COUNTY, ORGANIZATION. ocratic candidate for Governor. The present at the meeting. Amoag other a
; For Attorney GeneraL meeting was very enthusiastic. things the junior Senator declared We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. < of

Vote for one. (Received From Democratic State Chairman George P. Raney, of the that it was his firm belief that bad the Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. .
M. B. McFARLANE Executive Committee) State Democratic Executive Committee Democrats of Florida started being Free delivery in city limits Phone No. 1 12. '

:t t ADMER D. MILLER Some 200 of the most prominentand was present'and, upon invitation, Democrats several months ago. the We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pric** ,l
X-THOMAS F. WEST active Democrats in Duval countymet told those assembled what the State party would not now be compelled to on fertilizers. ';

For Comptroller.Vote in the convention hall of the Seminole campaign committee would expect of wage such a bitter fight for its very -

for one.XERNEST. hotel at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon the organization. He declared that existence. He was enthusiastically ( 1
AMOS and' perfected an organizationwhich Duval county represented one-tenth applauded both during and at the Eugene C. Bryan Pres. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. J. t. Barber Sec'y.TreM.
ANGELO LETO Will take an active part in the of the population and wealth of the close of his remarks.
WM. R. NORTHUP present (campaign.. Democratic party in the State of Robert McNamee A. G. Hartridge, '". J,
For State Treasurer. Rev. Thos. Griffin, was the unani Florida. He said he had no doubt A. J. Bucky Pleasant A. ilolt, and
Vote for oAe.GEORGE. mous choice for chairman. Bryan but that this county would give W. V. several others made short talks dur- .

i E. GAY Jennings was unanimously elected Knott the Democratic nominee, a' ing the meeting.
CARL L. HARTER seneta ry.Arter handsome majority, but he stressedthe Just before adjourning, to meet -, a
X-J. C. LUNINGFor the organization had been point that. being the largest I again in the Seminole hotel next Friday .

Superintendent Public Instruction. perfected[ there were several of the county in the state a special effort evening, Chairman Griffith .announced the- Bryan Realty Company
Vote for one.GEORGE. prominent party workers present who should be made to give the nomineea that he would appoint
W. HOLMES made short talks, in which they out- majority which would overcome any committee of fifty and that said com- Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, .
I X-W. N. SHEATS lined plans of procedure to the success lead the independents might secure in mittee would meet at three o'clock Opposite Graystone Hotel "
in the Seminole
For Commiaaioner Of Agriculture. of the Democratic ticket in the (the smaller counties. Wednesday aftemon
j' hotel. A report from this body will ;, 1
Vote SOT one. 1
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the club next Friday even-
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3P-W. A. McRAE ,
? For Justice. of Supreme Court.) ing.
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Vote for two. .1
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, Orange Groves Timber I ands, We Pay Taxes f... Non-reai- 1i
E. BLYXJEFFERSON
B. BROWNE SIDNEY J. CATTS I HAIR STOPS PALLINGSave Cattle Ranches, Caunlry and Idents and Act: as Owner's ti '
City Property Agents for Rental Property. 'I Iar '
a M. CHENEY
a JOHN Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottleof .6(
JOSEPH L. GRANGER. -
Danderine right now-Also ;
X-R. F. TAILOR DEMOCRATIC stops itching scalp. ,.--" ,;.

;: For Railroad Com mi8>liont'r. s w
Thin, brittle colorless and scraggy "
t+ Vote for one.XROYAL Nominee For Governor of FloridaWill hair is mute evidence of a neglected ';
C. DUNNA.EXANDER scalp, of dandruff-that awful scurf. R.S.FLOYD .1' '
J. GOODE There is nothing so destructive to tea
F. CHARLES F. SCHNEIDER the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair ;'IY
Address a Public Meeting at the Kissimmee of its lustre its strength nnd its very Dealer In -' '
life eventually producing feverishness ,t'"... ;
| IMPORTANT.In Band Stand at 3:00 P. M and itching of the the scalp hair( whichif rootsto '
order to vote for President Wil- not shrink remedied, loosen causes and die-then the Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed : t

.eon and Vice President Marshall a hair falls out fast. A little Danderine .

voter whom MUST the Democrats vote for have the nominated six men Saturday Oct. 28thPaid I save tonight your.--now hair.-any time" -will surely Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. r \ S,-t

cent bottle of Knowlton'aDanderine
Get a 25
Turner
;f> for Presidential Electora-J. I from .You Try US on Your Next Order For Peed
u 1 J3uUer, Martin Caraballo. J. P. Clark- ( Advertisement) surely can hare beautifofhalrand lots
eon, FjapkHarris, Milton H. BUbry.Br of it if you will Just try a little Dan.
n\ ._ and Will H. Price derine. Save your hair I Try itl! a aM
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LEast.' Coast Farmers 'at' .th. pt.*eni xtlm.,;except the' Plor Nv-'ENEMYCOF'THE' ADVERTISED LETTERS "" ''f) '

Have. ida hold--.vers.'. Northerned ,1s"not WHITEFLY T YES Ust '4>r letters adt+.rtfsed'by': "thoKlsalmme :

sufficiently: npatured",tg..aHip' */;!!, until postoffic', for the two.. e
L'):" English 'Co.- Opertl SystemFrom ]Novemberv It has been 'our ;'e'tperlenc It Is toped that the .new whitefly weeks' ending Nov "7i '

..., ; i *,'' and (s* generally accepted enemy' imported recently from Call-I. A. A.",Cole, R. Q. Edmoiison, Jake
Beach-- by potato planers; that the whole fornia. will like the: Florida climate: Gragegry.Alb.rt, Green, Miss Parlor
the West Palm' Sun tillzer company. This, I Is' one of its \, 'GROVE' ", 'r mall :.potatoes, do vtsry much better and its new diet JR.Watson, entomologist Hill; Mo.'Jenkjns., Mrs.. Sarah John, .,
ar-a culled and condensed these facts chief assets, because it means 'that for fall planting than any cut. potatoes to( the University' of Florida I eon, R. G, Lamb,,Paul Paulson, Jolt

,about a'co-opeiatlve farming organization the organiaatjon: profits from GARDEN & "FIELD: tho cut ootatoea tending M much Experiment",Station,. reports, that the Stubbins,:N.,D.;Vlck...A.W Wilson.
lit ,Delray which la patterned the large altiounts of fertilizer used to."decay-.that. It I is ,hard to): ffct '. Immigrant! ia ,thriving and apparently B. ,B,, Simpson,folitm.lter.
after the famous Rochdale: ( Questions' ANSWERED IHMeo Tm
w. ( England) by its members .. 8V stand For l later planting, we preferthe contented with itseeurroundings'thusfar. '- -
$ co-operative modeLI The association is considering put MBA N,M.O..PA rgoe DeP'r Mo.., Northern-grown teed potatoes of I
I The Delray Growers and Packers ting in a complete wholesale grocery WIUOM' it TOOMER! FEBTUIIEK Cotunwrf gOod size, cut properly. : il
Association was organized ,three JACKSOIXVILUB. FLA.
i L"...' *, stock, to be sold to its membership.This ", Drive Out Malaria Builds Up System : s. .
years al'O'It ROOT-tfNOT. '
alone would mean 'a large savingto The 014 standard gnml .matt rely tonic, ,1
began business in a small way. the farmers. MUCK FOR FERTILIZER. "My land is full of root-knot. OKOVH'a TXSTKLJSRS abut Teak drl..oat' You4on'tbavetobe .
Today it is a very important factor in Please tell what I isethat .............. _UM bloo4.allll booll4..pU..aye. .
fw farm in the south Irish potatoes are becoming an Important "Do. you think ten ,tons of composUed me can r ..... A trav w.w. For dulu ud cbtldna." ,soe. a College raising products factor In Delray's vicinity.So muck broadcasted on land will i is not affected! by it. t want to know l1SPCIAIIY .
t or ,neB an expert
j
of Palm Beach in attacks'
part county.It IrfBtallatlon of a potatq grader is 1 produce good crops? particular If it strawberries. -
began with sixty members, but contemplated.Do ANSWER: Ten tons of composted Sugar cane, broom corn, and farmer to get paying '
these have been decreased to about Not muck broadcasted would be beneficialto cotton." crops with
Consign Iii
fort>> ,b cause many (Canadians) returned Crops. land of sandy type, but not nearly ANSWER: We will name ,susceptible A. 1//..
to enlist in the British armies. Almost'everything shipped by association ,enough to supply the needed plant and resistant crepe ns given in
-*rhe warehouse now and heretoforeused farmers is 'sold f. o. b. at |I food for a truck crop. It would not Farmers' Bulletin No. 648, omitting e7rlnJZTFertnize
by the association is a large two- Delray. In the majority of case the even supply sufficient' ammonia; andit those in which you would not be interested.
"Jftory affair facing the railroad northof association is paid for the produce before I is just as necessary to have potash You will see that from the

Atlantic avenue. The organization it leaves the freight platform.As phone acid and potash, though potash viewpoint of the Florida farmer, it [ ADAPTED
erecting a second build- an instance of this kind, the also Is a list indeed for .'IV m!
contemplates is not used in as great quantities. very discouraging T Our4EspecWbrandsa .
Ing of equal size. This is, due also to ciation last year sold twenty-two car I Unless the muck is well composted practically everything: we want to
the extensive'acreage reported from loads of tomatoes in one day at the and thoroughly sweetened It wouldbe arrow here is susceptible to rootknot.The For Your are designed to get

the vicinity of Delray. packing-house, the purchaser standing a detriment rather than a benefit. I SUSCEPTIBLE plants are: I. 1dggestposslb1eproiJJ
the and the risk of ship 1
Warehouse Full Of Supplies. expense FIELD CROPS-Alfalfa,. .clover State
A large and varied assortment of ment. A number of the Northern EGGPLANTS."I cotton, cowpeas (common), field peas I average Florida
r L 7.r.
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commission houses send their buyers
stock and supplies is being carried by have some eggplants that seem pumpkin, soy bean, sugar beet, sugarcane under
aver,1
into'the field and considerable t. growers ;
there is
the association in its warehouse. The to have the blight. Will you please sweet potato, tobacco, vetch. t lstrnc-
articles include seeds, fertilizer, agri- rivalry between them. i I let me know if there 'is any. remedyfor ''TRUCK CROPS"--A.sparagua, bean, Free e'y:Catalogue age Florida conditions. -

cultural Implements. harness, oils, association's membership rep- it?" cantaloupe, carrot, eelcry, cucumber, Weekly Among our ; t.

bags, crates, hampers, barrels, feed, resents some of the most prominent ANSWER: There is no cure for eggplant, garden beet, garden pea, Price List a formulas.are some tt !
and other materials too numerous to farmers of Delray, who have profitedby blight of eggplants. The. symptomsof Irish potato, \lettuce, muskmejon, okra, thatfttTOURDCCdJ. t r

mention. The two floors- of the build- the co-operative idea of purchasing blight are a wilting of part or onion, pepper, spinach, strawberry, x!: Booklet is (fee. I ,
ing are full to overflowing, and the their supplies and selling their while of the plant, and a discoloratihn tomato. SEND FOR

association always is replenishing its products.L. of the stem when cut across. If WOODY PLANTS-Catalpa, cher- THEM TODAY Armour Fertilizer 'ii
stocks. R. Fox is president and managet I you have a disease that is spottingthe ry, fig mulberry, peach pecan. Works \\ J: '
The-association not only carries big of the association A. Hoffman is vice leaves or fruit it can be controlled The RESISTANT crops areBarley Jacksonville Fbu '
stocks on hand at all times, but it will president, and J. Q. Nafe is secretary.The I by spraying with bordeaux mixture Ix, garweed, Brahbam cowpeas, SEED OK: : ;

secure almost any article a member board -directors comprise L. I ; or, if the plants seem to be just broom-corn ,millet, COrD, crabgrass, JACKSONVIlLE PL/L ...'.. "' ; OJ' .a 3
want for his farm. R. Fox, A. Hoffman. J. I, Billings, 1.I I IQ' yellowed and stunted, you will do wellto Iron cowpcac, peanut, pearl millet \I'\0 i. '' Y.1b 9W.i1jJlh:: J :
may Fertilizer At Wholesale. "- Nafe; J. "D. Weidman, apd John examine the roots, for they are redtop rye, sorghum, timothy, velvet ____ u_ _________ ,_ no.

The association is agent for a fer- Twehouse. I very likely to be affected with root. I.beans wheat, winter oats. 1 1q
_ 'c'___________________-_,-- knot. I You will note in the "resistant" <
community needs, and they all appreciate list the Brahbam and Iron cowpeas. q "Big Crop" Bill
BUSY FALL FOR FARM the value of agricultural advancement HOW TO MIX DUST SPR-AYS. I There is danger. in planting these

to the communityORGANIZATION ". .Tense. _.tell.. !..ale..!how to mix bordeaux ,; peas in garden land, or any place Says l "Gue you all know that fancy tt
EXTENSION WORKERS powder> and arsenate of lend powder, where one particularly wants to avoid bright fruit brings about a dollar a box more 1 '

OF I both when used separately and' to- root-knot, for there is so likely to bother than the dirty stuff. Since I've been using '1t
I gether." cowpea seed mixed in with Blower's Ground Limestone on my grove my f 'rI
The campaign for better agricul- I ANSWER: Bordeaux powder shouldbe them. fruit hap ,keen hard, shaped proper and bright.Pays ..(

ture ia bearing fruit. Proof of this is AGRICULTURAL AGENTS I applied as received. Arsenr.tc of This bulletin, No. 648, also gives I .4:.;:;;' J to use good limestone. Mlrowrr. (
had in the great demand on the part '
lead ,
powder be mixed with three
may the caution that: "Mist of the com- / toll am that plenty of Blower.II fj
of farmers for extension workers and the principal sub Ulmmtonc. In the has ,,
Organization was parts flour or two parts lime. The mon weeds attacked ? grove a very r oJ
lecturers. Every day until the first ject before the county agents at their I combined dust spray should be three tode (root knot are ), although by usually the nema-not tam- npnrnclal free, effect, on the fruit. JJookl ) J.
of January has been engaged for the of Florida Oct. (I Is
bordeaux
University
meeting parts powder to one part "ij
I( very severely. Such weeds. however1, Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co.
extension workers of the Universityof I '
2 to 7. In accordance with the spirit arsenate of lead. Bordeaux powder .
Florida. According to C. K. Mc- of the meeting the agents themselves I i j: is not nearly as effective in field work the are farmer a constant source of danger to 15.1 K-S H OCALA H.A. ,)
as they help to increase ..
Quarrie, state agent, there has never association which has for : "
formed an I I Las the bordeaux paste. On tomatoes the number of nematodes' in '
the
soil. ------ -- -- ----
been such demands for lecturers. its the mutual improvement of beans it will \ ".
object I|, or give just as good results It strongly advises keeping the r.'
l- Fairs and farmers' meetings will occupy its members. The Florida Demon- for it is strong enough to kill '
.' a great deal of the time of the station Agents' Improvement Club the germs of the disenses affecting ground covered with some trop knownto
be
resistant. This
staff' this fall. Some have been called includes state, district, home demonstration these plants; but on rich potatoes it After reading the above, you con Low-Cost Fertilizer for 1
as judges, some for lectures and some county and special agents is almost useless, as it does only 40
see how valuable the
to preside at club contests.Mr. actively engaged in demonstrationwork. per cent as good work as the liquid experiments on
cyanimid are to the Florida farmer., of All Kinds
Bigger
Crops
McQuarrie says there is greater I' bordeaux spray. I : i
interest among farmers than ever be The following officers were elected: ;
fore. In some counties where a meeting President, S. W. Hiatt, Jackson SEED IRISH POTATOES. AGRICULTURAL r 'f'<\ 1

attracted only a dozen or two a county; vice-president, Dr. R. T. "Where can I get some good. Nor-

few years ago, a crowd of 200 or more Weaver, Pasco county; secretary- thern-grown Irish potatoes for seed? "
is not uncommon now. treasurer, William Gomme, Lake I understand they do much better cut AGENTS IN DEMANDThat
It is exceptional to find a newspa- county. The executive committee is I in pieces of two eyes than the little
in the state that does not contain potatoes planted whole."
per composed of W. L. Watson, Duval the county demonstration .
some information of interest to local county; R. I. Matthew, Holmes county -I ANSWER: We\do not know where agents in Florida are in good demandby .
farmers.:, Most editors realize the R. \ can buy good seed Irish Prom Florida and other tate* come mane letterATBRBOWW. SUIT-t. 1
. ; T, Kelley Hillboro county. you potatoes private enterprise is shown by the ere Ing-JcI.1t'.dllrf: ; every me more crop I tried It on.."' lit sae laDdVeds-*' ,10,< j
number which leave the work to man. naye .ton lined their neighbor with reoor4 t
r/eld.i due to NATURSOWN. You can make greater trotIt. -
age farms and ranches to take .
I or from bl..., yield Ilk. 4h.r der 4 fi
...: charge of demonstration work for cor
Natursown-fflgb Grade Pulverized Phosphate; ,
porations. During the last three 'i
:year
men have been drafted from the ex- Always Uaif orm StrengtiH-32. %PJfosphoricAdd'. ,
Are You the Man ? tension work to take positions with Our double crlndlnf.procei* reduce the natural! phosphate -. '
to a powder of which about 70 per cent paaet*
farmers.D. screen with 40,000 meshes per square Inch..' Soil condition
a render thl. soluble to meet the needa of any plant
i-s's aa- Asa, R. McQuarrie, formerly agent -truck standing cropa and lctr.t We cuarante. every 4
for Madison county has become man pound II per cent I

ager of the Potter Palmer ranches at Actual Growing Experience Will Prove

Are you anxious to identify yourself with one of the big. Jefferson Sarasota. county E. W. to Lumpkin take charge went from of a Nairn-sown a Money Maker for You Also

gest, livest and most profitable industries in the world? livestock farm in South Georgia. His We welcome thla tests! Thle .....011 IVrtlllae half of '
each crop fairly with NATUKSOWN. growing the other
successor, M. C. Gardner also wentto half following your uaual cuatom. You will harvest 10 ,11
Are you willing to work hard, providing efforts per cent to 33 I-I per cent more from the half treated
your yield a South Georgia t > take of .
< charge a with NATURSOWN You ought to make this proof. It '
greater return? staple crops farm. means money to you. '

Are you eager to establio);::;! J'O-c.:: :: i i:1a :sound: growing and According to C. K. McQuarrie, In NATURSOWN, phosphorus costs
state agent for the 'University of! about half as much as in best
business?
money-making
Florida Extension Division, the demand commercial fertilizer. Goes a

Are you thinking about a business: that you can build up that for men trained in demonstration twice as far.

will provide you with a real i i-.ccr.ne and hat you can hand downto work and with pie training which
the agents must have, are in great demand -
son? '
your in all parts of Florida and in WRITE FOR PRICES AND FREE INSTBCOl'lVK BOOKLET ,

Have a good reputation, i L s'.njsi: other states. A number of men went I
you a ;': ; : training: selling ability.
acquaintances and some capital out o/ the work at increased salaries LAKELAND PHOSPHATE CO. L.k'en'd'ave.
last year.

If you can qualify, we want you. And we can submit a proposition --- ,- -- - 4oo

that you will like. The possibilities are unlimited for a live. --

hustling business man. R
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We are at the present time without representation in this locality. A

.... .* We must have a dealer at once" The demand for Max-wall Carsis .
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insistent and we must make arrangements to satisfy it. d

The Maxwell Company is one of the three largest automobile : Extra Fertilizer Value:

concerns in the wcrld. The Maxwell Car is fampus for its dura-

bility, economy, comfort and good: looks. It is without question ; You can get the worth of ywr money in almost 1ERTpdL' 1-

the World's Greatest Motor Calf Value.If any fertilizer, but Ideal Fertilizer gives you
that and then some.
you are interested (and if you are the kind of" a man
we want. The market value is based on analysis but field ,
will be ) write, wire or telephone at
you once to
value is in the mixing. Profits depend on field

value. Extra yield,' extra quality, extra profit.

.. Maxwell Motor Sales $ Ideal Fertilizer is mixed to make crops not justto
Corporation sell. Send for catalogue and price list. .'


Touring' Car Detroit, Mich. Roadster Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. (

$595 a F ;,-, Manufacturer of Ideal Fertilizer

One Chassis $580 S I YA Dealers In Fertilizer Material, 4. ,
S ,rc'ti a Spraying Machinery and Insecticide t'
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e PACE 10'v THE KISS'I.-MEE VALLEY GAZETTE .. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, IMf* ,i iI
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j? tt + !IK I 'KISSIMMEE LOSES TO HONOR ROLL 4FOR. Seventh Grade B. Wilson Tenth Grade. ''. '" 'tr'' '
'; Lucy Lupfer, Robert Cfdkins, .Dorothy Vern Stratton Story* Carolyn 4


{ t- : :Trap. and Field 4 :::] :SUMMERLIN, 13' TO '7 KISSIMMEE'SCHOOLS: Dorothy Miller.Elchth Denning. Grade:, Gladys A. Howell, Bryan.Fripp,"Eleventh Henry Edwards Grade. Edgar.


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Corleon Bryan, Nellie Bowen, Mabel Christine Ivey, Violet Bullock, Sadie
? ?? ?? ?*?? ?* ***%**** ******% ,Kisalmmee. beaten handily by 'The following pupils of tj> .Kissiin-! Ploete, William Schilder, Donald Mc Bryan. .' .
the Bartow eleven in
hotly schools '
contested mee public have not been ab. Twelfth Grade. V'
Kay.
football game at Bartow 1 tit'Saturday sent or tardy 'for the month ending'
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T' (BY PETER P. CARNEY) phia Trapshootert' ,League, has assumed Eighth Grade B. Amy Makinson, Abby. Harris. ,
1 afternoon. The two teams were Oct. 13th, have made not less than .
TRAPSHOOTER DOES BETTER the management of the San i Irene Milton, Dorothy Roberts, .,
fairly evenly matched as to weight, eighty-five cent 'in' subject,
WITH GUN BUILT FOR 'HIM Francisco office of the E, I. duPont per any Leah Her berg- France Krits. .f?." ::,
and the fame was Interesting at all an average In all their studies of not Tto Outatot 1'1Iat"1 !Net Affect TIlt Hea .
The shooting of blue rocks at the deNetnours A Co. HIGH SCHOOL 11IO c...M o7 III tonic and Um.ti..,.0ect, LAXA.' T'
I stages. less than ninety cent, and have
I per TIVK BROMO OUINUIlC I.bettertb.ordiiur I
!(' traps has undergone an evolution in I You never h= the expression Bartow gained the advantage in the made not less than ninety-five per Ninth Grade. rincinaIn Ooinln and brad.do..Remember not C.UM the ncrroume full Din*cod nor ,...:..

the last, few years an4 the averages "Didn't know it was loaded" at a':early play and held it throughout cent in deportment: Percie Oliver, Edith Miller. took Lie. tbt ii n.lure, ol B. W. OX.OVB. (M. ,. ,I,
though toward the latter end of the First Grade. ,
I t
ort's have been getting; higher and trapshooting tournament. Safety I ----5- - -
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',' higher. Beyond doubt the greatest first is the rule that applies to all game the locals were pushed hard by l Charlotte Avant, Alberta Bronson ,

factor in this has been the change in scattergun enthusiasts. No trap- Kissimmee. Lybass went across Kissimmee's I Virginia. Harris Mona Mima Ruth

: gun equipment. shooter puts a shell in his gun until goal line for a touchdown : Joiner, Ella Quirk, Jennie Schilder,
sixrJ
.1". In other words, to hold your own he is ,going to shoot. That's the rea- for Bartow before the game .was Bertha Barker, Lena Driggers Celo

3 t J with cracks of today you must have son there, are no accidents- trap- minutes old, but failed to kick goal. Nicks. Raymond Schwe kart, Ralph t,
'" built for With a lend of six points! the game Cecil Tucker I REMINGTONUMC
:r. a gun -hooting blue rocks shooting tournaments. Slay, Sharp, Joseph ,
and that alone. A great many shoot- I was all Barlow's, for the next few Willie Fairbanks, Joseph Cuppet, tr

I eta who take out to th'e .traps their After spending the summer In the minutes. A well executed forward I Tommie Bell, Carl Ledbctter, J. Paul j .22CeU.AimQADING. jj
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field or duck guns"" and find the game Whit-3 Mountains instructing women puss, Bradley to Gary a little later I Yowell, Erma White, Charles Tyson. !, .

too C..stould he right among those: n the art of trupshooting, Annie Ouk- put Gary across for another touch '' Second Grade; A. I ''. .
who average/ the highest if they had 1 I llt-y (Mrs. Frank: E. Hutle-r) is again down, and I.ylmss kicked goal.In Muriel 1 Davis, Ethel Flint, Nellie c...,. RIFLE ![/I
the second half Kissimm'e stiffened I .
only provided themselves 'vtfth the, ;at I'liieburst/ N, C., and \\-ill instruct Gilbert Louise. May, Nellie Tilden, ;
perceptibly, and hard
proper /gun. The pump jun'a the j in the "sport", alluring'1 tbre this fought Florinda Witz:, Laura Taylor, Edwin I fljo
. first in the evolution n-nd for in an effort to even things up. Kepero ClMlTimaR.fkWorll.y
I step winter. i I Barnes Jo-j Denning. Enoch /,A. Y.r.A ..... of HimSON
. that matter holds a prominent part to intercepted a Bartow forward Julian Graham, Roy Herzberg ,I .hit or... m f.in.iJ. of liii loud l ,Lon f.thcr N.......
this day.How It wasn't lack pass. in' the middle of the field and! i iwent .....1. t>f bor bi.. ... .1.l.ir beam on owninf .
'... of interest that kept for Second Grade B. Rraitifton UMC.23 C.Iiba-Rlflr-br....10." Vaaw R.ao"..
often have you seen the seasoned the list to less than 100 shooters,, in through/ Kissimmee's only To-I; Florence Abhton, Virginia Bowen I I UMC Roll.! .....d.. tb. lop..tb..orld of port. I
, sportsman with a Scott or Pur- the touchdown. Kstey kicked goal. . .. UMC 31 C./.lw A..1..d1.,Rf.Loot./ I 15.10...wlthonlt.k
")1\ other Pacific Coast Handicap. The date \\111.1 l the middle of the last quarter Zelma Benjamin, Sarah Duke, Ethel I R,.|*;..*... olf Ik.. ....,rt-.....1" .H t 5. <",,... /.. ...4 .*.!. t/.dl.
dy or some high-grade Ameri.// of the tournament was too near the ,Joiner. J Emma B. Quirk, Betlie R.-..>... UMC Aulolo.a..<.J2...... ...(rlH, t\\. H.mm.rl... S.1,.
l can or foreign-made work of hunting Kissimmee worked the ball gradually &....". b.f. Euily t.k........ODd put to,.tb..-witbout l.oU
season. Elsie Schildir' Sallie _
I Snyder Story
,, up in the with a armed I toward the Bartow goal line and C7V ..1 r..rr.. _'* REM OIL tit MO>>...
squad beginner
t 'Viola Bell'Yowell! Richard Holtsclaw, I... P.s....... L...........d R...Pr-.......
with a cheap pump and come out of The Arizona State fought fiercely in an effort to put it I ,
f the race with the small end of the tournament will lake place championship at Phoenixon I over, but the Summerlin defense turn Rufus Suhl, Ralph Witz. I Sold by your horn dealer l and 1,147 othtr'Uading. 1
merchant In Florida
into a stone wall on the nix yard I Third Grade A. I
score to his 'redit--and after a repetition November 13, 14 and 15. Il.'d :
i or two of this experience place ( and it was Bartow's ball.. Iyha Eula Bowen Pansy Outlaw. Neva THE Lmrf!.REMINGTON.t M...'.......ARMS.. .f F UNION r.arm. .METALLIC.01 A..*.....CA.* RTRIDCE.a .A. W.!
Y his gun in the cabinet and devote his. In a recent tournament in California -I punted out of danger, and the ': Lee 'Harris, Minnie Hudson Isolene WDol..1o U.dd.V.. N.'.. \i10:: Clt.
attention thereafter was o\'er' before Kisgimmee Reaves, Julia Ledbetter. Chr.is't.ineMay 1
to fishing or golf? Len Hauxhurst, a professional, game
But I could get under 'I Elizabeth Berry, Carroll Mak- ,
the sportsman who hesitated to broke 48 targets out of 25 pairs, way. 7'
t add a pump or automatic to his collec- ,I which is pretty nearly a record for The game was witnessed by a good inson, Madeline Fox, Margaret Dann,
; tion (and a man shooting t.n automat I doubles shooting.HOUSEWIFE. crowd and was warm enough at all Arvilla Fansler Annie Story, Thressa
7 ic once won the Grand American) can singes to hold the .spectators' clove Hronson Dorothy Bullock, Geneva

now be supplied with up-to-date blue attention. Full credit is due to Kis Miller, Irene Ingram Willie Joiner. I f -

lock guns, both of foreign and do- WAS simmee; for.. =_the dame, battle: they" put Third Grade B. ti (
s mestic makes, of almost any grade I up them very stubbornness, nearly Sarah Rexford- Catherine Penning:,

i and price. I TROUBLED BY FLIES snatching victory out of defeat, whilein I Clara Tucker, Doratea White, Laura
t One of the best bits of evidence to the early stages; they had seemingly Tilden, Hazel Bass, Ellen Coleman, Z&
.
O. W. (Caswell agent for Suwanee been outclassed. The work of Ruby DriI/Kel's.Jerth.a._ Witz .Tina:
statements I, county told a story 'at j,> recent meeting I I Regero and Johnson for the visitors i Schilder, Fred Gilbert, Don Oliver

squad that bettered previous world's I' of county agents at the University was excellent but both elevens showed Herbert Schweikart, Melvin Johnson, . ''' ......

b records at Maplewood N. II., on July l of Florida which illustrates the in- '], such /good learn work that special Hulin Snyder; Dick Makinson\ Harry :

t, 7, by breaking 497 out of 600 tar 'ets.1 consistency of the human mind. credit to individuals is unfair. Mar- Woodall, Milton Bell. t. .Bi Li.

1 A. C. King, R L. Spotlsv. H. During'one of his calls ut a farm 'tin, Gary and Day> perhaps, showed Fourth Grade; A. RADIATOR

I comb the' late A. B. Richardson and the housewife complained of flies and most brilliantly for Bartow. Lineups : Eustis Peaks, Herbert Wilson. Elton :
I I
h Fred Plum all used guns that were asked what could be done to abate the I Kissimmee Bartow Anderson, Arthur Bullock, Edna Cay- .

built for the breaking of clay targets. I nuisance. Mr. Caswell called her attention Bryan ___ nn I-K uul\fartin.lllil'' son;*Ceorjria; Fairbanks, Dorcey Ly- : (CHARLES ERIKSON)
!
itO Further proof that the trapshooter I to a sagging screen door and Arnold __nu_ I.T_ __ ___ Garrard ,brand Rebekah Miller, Kimbroujfh i
of these days intends to keep in the to numerous fly entrances in the roof. I Bron.son _nL.G.! -_J. Hughes, Waldo Oliver, Eleanor Rosen, Ruth Starling, : Has moved his shop next to Starling's i Fleming

I L", swim was given t Hogan tournament in Atlantic City, that the family had taken precau- 'Rexford _'__ u R.G. _n___ Stldman'Overstreet Winn. I ;

+M N. J. Fully 80 per the guns tions to screen the chimney when they __h__ R.T. nn' Mayo Fourth Grade B. .

1 used were especially designed for blue !lived in town; yet similar steps had Kstey; ___nn R.E. _-__ __ Gaiy Eunice Rivers, Eleanor Overstreet, ,*' Sheet Metal Work

rock shooting. You shooters of some I evidently failed to occur to them on Johnson; ______._ Q _______. Bradley I Lettie Holtsclaw, Margaret Cosens ,

,,, years back, it is up to you. You can the farm, where flies were relatively!: Bullock __ ___ I:.H.B. un ___ Day Irvin ,Drivers./ Doyle Davis, Arthur E
l such Water Tanks for
turn weak 90 into I more abundant than the in __ as large Residences Gasoline
y a per cent a strong are the Harris n R.H.B.McKillopJohnson Flint Banner King, Mary Ella Stroup.
Tanks for Automobiles and Boats.
j 95 per cent in the averages if you usea I average town. |I I Regero---- F.B. ________Lybass: Fifth Grade A.. Fancy Chimney
gun that' fits and is built for the It has been demonstrated that flies Barlow-- Courier-Informanl, Oct. 24'1 Janet Graves Katherine Miller, Tops, Bodies for Car Fenders. Etc., in connect'onwith t.
his work.
breaking of clay targets. Try it and can be controlled on the farm. Elizabeth Moseley, Madge Rivers, May regular
see for yourself.FRAGMENTS tation and abolishment of sani-I I Tickling in the throat hoarseness Winn.
loss of voice indicate the need
places, by treating manure and removal Fifth Grade R
I of BALLARD'S II O R E II O U N D. -- REPAIRINGAutomobile
FROM THE. CLAYS. of decayed animal and .
vege- SYRUP. It eases the lungs, quietsthe Nellie Taylor, Frances Seymour,
.JJ. table matter will reduce the numberof , tough! and restores health in the Helen Schmidt, Clara Johnson, Norma -- '
l,' ,"thoma'Uale, of Te'nessee.! Is the flies to the minimum. bronchial tubes Price 25c, SOc and Reaves, Leo Canova. Radiators and Ferders I j
k ilnly"tI'apshooter ,who has won a ''Of course, flies do not bother muchat SI.00 per bottle. Sold' by Osceola Sixth Grade A. : , :

'i- State championship three times, and this season; bjit sanitary precautions Pharmacy., Johnnie Bronson,:,,..Nellie i Woodall "RepairingTurpentine' Stills in t, the i
t he'ias: accomplished the feat in successive should bo taken now, so that The worst bored people In the worldare Robert Kritz, Arthur' Simpson. '
a years. they will not become troublesome in those who having nothing to do.haven't Sixth Grade B. county a specialty. '
, 'Iea'ned. character crio'u'gh to do any
1 the spring. If the place is ( thing.If Gladys Calkins, Blanche Mueller. F. 4
S 5i .I William A. Joslin, secretary of the thoroughly during the winter, and I ''S. IxMlbetter, Willie Johnson.
,1 Delaware State Sportsman's Association kept clean, flies will never become a the well-known world were run Seventh Grade A. Satisfaction Guaranteed. '
and I entirely on lines of the survival of i'. ,
president of the Philadel burdjn.
b II I the fittest, how long would you last ? I None.
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F 1// the speed report we get from owners on the face of the earth- Tax Collector.

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; . That combination, has kept the factory 1, ooo o ooooooooooooooo0000000600000.oo ooooooooooo.

:. I thousands of cars behind sales for -
And 20 to 25 miles
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'.1', the economy report. gas weeks and weeks. ( We are in the market for smai/- ..

But we're getting them in right along.'
stocks of CATTLE and will

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',FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27,1111.' THE, KISSIMMBE VALLEY ,GAZETTE, PACK" It'

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Chunn, J? ''f). Collins" 'Q: T. -Tlaon'."Joel'. 'Thomaa- ,.". /' ,. the court : -, -
LEGAL I :. A. houe. Tltuarllle, Brkvard' .'. a Orevee. Jr. Or
IT Cook. W. B. Coble. H.s.H.. Tlson ir. p. Thomas Oeo.Thomae County., Florida. the annual meetina- Klawaver tJ..y_ his wife'*e, .Ie.'1T'
Currier A. 8. Col A. Thomasf-H. ? Randall of the owners of the lands altuated In ". Taaapei Hardware.
1 Carlson C.r B. Clark. Oeo. 3. Toulerti H. Tyler \> IX the Upper St. ;John Drainage District Cepssy, HarpesU...) -
P J Carver. James W. COoper Wm. J.' :ThompsVnVJ.!: H. pomln.olP.. J.Trowbrljer .-- will ba held for the purpoaa of elect .5.4 34__. 8. H.. C&a_,
B"*BBBBBB, Olauson 8amu.l .UCheeaman M. N. J. Thomaaon. Israel, Ina on* member of the Board ef Super bsL.. .De.........
Cork H. W. CI.m.n.freeS Thomas, Abraham. 'Thomas, R.<- B. vleora. who ,shall be a land own.r ol .
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List of the registered Crawford H. R. Clark q. H., Finer, Jordan Tuttle, ,y.. H. weld district to aerve for the term of It ap..rlllll' bl: atJlda"lt appended
Oonard. oJ. W. Cook. Wm. Thompson ;Joseph Todd. Harry C. three years and to auoceed J. N. Whlt-, to the bill flied III the
I Florida published .Coats. C. ta' 1 Carlln,' J, B.- Thorn... R. O. Thomaa. ,AlVrt-, ner a member of cause *5J Emma F. R. Cam abOy.-tat.ct"
County, : Conroy. JohnChes.., J. M>> -T7'aon..J J. .Tyson, JT,, J., ,.."Ot"r' of office expires oo'd': of the defendants therein named/Is D.II, one,
Section 187 of the Gene ral Cope.. D. C. Cook.. Wm. Tbemas. ,H.' OL. ?' -,.*; day and to transact such other business nonresident of the stats of Florida. and a
CappockVeiley Castle. Sidney Van Aradale. T. F. Vincent A Ion to aa may properly. come: before Bald I. a resident of the City ef aforrla
Coble, H. A. John B. Vlers Sidney Vreeland. t O. meetlnsr. ., town. State of New Jersey
.... over the
'.... -- Conn.. J. K. Culllaon. B W.Da Van Natta.. p. .W. Vaakrodt B. At Pooh election each and every acre age of twenty.one years; U la there-
..- ; ELECTION' .DMT. NO. 1. : vis. John J>.nnl.. Cteo. K., Van N.tta. W. J. Van Deaberch.... L. of land In. the district shall represent tore ordered that said nonresident defendant -
: Daniels, A. B. Draper. Oeo. H. Van Aelatyn. Thoa. far."t'o': each owner shall be en be and ahe la hereby required
Allman..... Willis A.hton. O. W. Dutton J. L. Danlela John F. Warren M. Warren H. TJ.Wlae In person or by proxy to.appear to the bill of complaint filed
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Alvey M. Alman. George In writing duly signed for every acre In said cause on or before
Dec-raw, ;J. H. Dougherty I Warren A. ,- Oeo. W. Monday,
., Anthony Julius AultmanB. B. Daughty. A, It.rreirndorl.. ; A.* Wldrlr. R. O. Whitbi.ck ,John of land owned by Bald owner In aalddistrict. the fth day of November.. A. D. UII
Arnold. N. H. .Au.tln. IX 8. D.walt.D. 8. A. E. Wright O. M. E. R. otherwise the allegations. of aaid. bill
Au.tln.; L C. Austin t.-. F. ; Davidson Young Dale.Drought H. W. Wescoll.; J.: B. Walton.1 Welherby' F, U The person receiving the highest I will be taken .. confessed by said d..

Anderson. W. H. Adam.on. Fred Depew, Edward!: r... I>.vl.... F. 8. William. Samuel Woodward. 0.0. W. number of *otea at Bald election shall enaant.It4 .
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Alderman D. N. .Alexander M. D. Durham Ales. Dewooay. Jaa. E. Washburn. N. H. Williams Russell' H. be declared elected .. said Supervisor. ; further ordered that this order
Avk.nl. H. C.Beaman 004 Davis, U 8. navld.on. Thoe. John. Walker. AndrewWoodward. Dated thla fifth day of October 1P 1.. be published once a week for four consecutlve -
J. 1... Bryan\, N. C. { ;; Decker, WlllTama_ F. E. A. P. By order ot the Board of Supervia- weeks In the .Klsalmmee Val- .'
) utr.: R T.BataWWalter. Ba.,. Rull ; Dyer. Ii'n.:: R r.tfj.. AM.M.furh.m. Wetworth. F. P. Wells. Nathan ora.I said'ey G?'* *' new.papsr published In
C. Barnes. H. J. A. d. Depty. C. W. Webber B. H.Whalry Walters Thorn.Whlpple. Seal FRANK U BILLS. County and State.
Banfar. W. J, Brown. Morgan Davis, H. W. I>llworth. John A. H. Whlttler. Oscar H. Atteat: Prealdent. TitLe I0th day of September.: Ills
n'/tton. H. N.' Duck I.. C. Davla .. H. Wright James M. Warden C. K. H. U RWINQ.Assistant. J. U OVBR8TRBBT.
TOIL A. B. Ba... Charles Demmon, O.::.. r.YbAA. Wylle. M E.Wlleon. Wlloost. H. T. Secretary.P. Clerk Circuit Court.
Bandy. c Baaa, David A.Bullock : ; ; Decker B. 8. Drake Thoa.Rvory. ; Th ma. Wataon.; W. Mark A. VANS AGNEW. (Circuit Court MeaL) .
a.H.L.
.t for the Board. 4lt CLARKE JCNIOHT. .
8. Bandy. Theo. Oeo. W. Paul Attorney
.rc1av. ;J. A. Ha... How..n'JI'B. Deachner. Th o. H.rIW' .r'.r;; C. B.: Walker Warner T. 14 Solicitor for Complalaant. 40.ItEVENTH
.... David Hronson, a. L.Butler. Eamea. Edwin Kngel.: Weldy, Albert W. White. Gab. H. !. Clrralt Ceeirt. State .( Fieri*..
. K. I". Bass. Ira Edwards. Clyde V. Epple H..nrEd..ardll. Worthing. John K. Waltera.: O. W. ........ "...etal Clrewlt.; OaoeolaCeaaty. S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Baas. Everett Jr. N. L* Kmerson EsekielEnge. Wllaon. Joseph W. 8. I. CbasieeryH. STAT
Bowen. R. A. Weatheraton PLORinA...
Jl THE
Bryan. F. C.Bronaon Bunn Jerry : : :: \ : Nets C. Eaton. W. H. Wainwright, W. H. William.. H. H.Wheeler COI.JHT POst 0 CKOI.A'CODN.OK tlHCDIT.
C. L. H..... Ord Ely, .Edward B Klllson, Wesley F. P. Wood. William M. STEEN Complainant, TV-ili"cisABTciCRY..
.Do.. n. N. I. Bass. Fred M. : Eely. Joseph. Bspey. C. M. Walden Jamea.Tatea. vs.ANNA.
Beelmmro H. A. Bass. ;J. T. Embre,. J. -W.Kurgason John T'.......; C. It. BOYER AND CHARLES B.BOTER. BILL TO CUJIIIIT TTTIJB.
Breaker.. H. M. Bass. .. K. 8r.Hass. : N. Frost L D. Teaiter! 8. O. Defendants
Basis, Clarence N. E.Brousjhlon. Fry;: It. W.Farrls. Farrls.:: J. F Zimmerman. R. Zimmerman. L> U. It appearing' by affidavit appended T. .. ......_ ......._ .
to the bill flled In the abovestatedcauae
W.
Best 00.. W. Harrl- B. Q. Fewox. B. V.. ,
Bryan. ;J. H. ..on.Br.aker. : tl Fry. Gideon Farrls. L. W. ELECTION D.I.T. NO. .. that Anna Boyer and Charles B. 'All ..rUe. ........* a. IBM
C. M. Barber. 8 O. I Ferguson William Ford.:: c'1: Blount. N. 8. Boyer the defendants therein named Serene ....... fVlarmtmm -
Bo yd. ;J. 8. Barber Claud :::I : WT; W. ar. nonresidents of the Stat. of Flor- ew I.. B. ".akJ_ eWee >
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J. T. Fisher Eugene Forrest. H. C. Crosby. D. Crosby. A. W. i da. and are residents of the State of
Basa, rb.J'F. Bolce AN.erw. : l Fell .eo. M. Ferguaon.. ;1H.. Crosby .. D.. ;Jr. Crosby K. H. hConegan. lllnola. and are over. the age of twentyone !..>.ael.. ._or ..tbevwlse...* la tke, Bill IB)

Big KB. Wm. A. Baas. J. T. Flint. Oeo. D. :Fairbanks. B. E.Vtlnlmor. 7. B. : years: It Is tinerefore ordered that .f Ce>.B>l.lait .........-
.. Wm. L. Firkins L. B. Farmer H. said nonresident defendants be and are
Barber. Warren I I-WWH, R. D. C. ..... '
H.... Lonnle L.. n.... J. E.. :Jr. Fowler W. H. Fullerton John Nettles. N. K.Raulerson hereby r f.Jol appear to the bill
Basa, Vernle. Bowen E. ABroneon. II ; :: ; Fleming. D. Flood. Patrick I). B. Raulerson D. P. of complaint said cause on or ORDER FOR RRVICB: BT PUBU-
R. T. H.rn.J.; H. : Ferguson. Ira Farmer H. C. Raulersun. Tulee before Monday the llth day of November CAT)ON.

Ben ton. Jamea Barlow. R. A. ; (Ja... W. B.Oeorge Griffin Samuel Simmons. M. Story R. L. A. D. nbl1I t'b the alegatfons -
W. Boone O. I). Theof. Oarner. W. N.Urlffln Tracy. J.: N.: Tlndall. Young l ; Of said taken as It appearing from the sworn Bill of 1
Halll&rer.. Albert Barber. Will I. Ora)'. A. .. William confessed by said defendant. C omplint. filed. In the above stated
ELECTION .
E. C. DIST. NO. It Is further ordered that this order
Bailey. 8. D. Bryan Gill. D. H Qraf. i mllOlenn. cane that there are persona claiming
Barclay :I. -A. Haas. Z. : ; Grove, Edd. .. W. Arnold. Albertle Arnold. C. C. be published once a week for four aconsecutive n Interest In the' property whose
H..... L.. H. Buce-Naah C. Grimm. Jas A. list JamesGardiner Ba... A. K. Baladen John weeks In the KlsslmmeeValley ames and places of residence are un
Brawn. Dan Hronson. JohnHuIIocii Orant Q. W. Seymour Ha.. I..e Hass O It. (lasette-, a newspaper published known, over the are of twenty-one
Htanley Uearden.. A. K. Oardlner W. L. Oulles.. B. M. Bass (..rantBass. Hass Nat' in said County and State. )ears and that there la no peraon In ';
Bronaon Jamea R. Quessax, L. A. Clyde Hass. Rudy This October 8th. 11(1( the State of Florida upon whom theaervloe ,
g :fo''d.T
Ba... N. F. .: : .di1. (Ireen. J. E.GerwlK bArge' narhe l'I h'd" (Circuit -. J. I* OVERSTREIOT. of a Subpoena in tbia case ;
Caraon C. A. Clark. H. U.Cahlll. Drove! 8: T. MatthiasOelger. Baxter". E! Bees, 'Whn H. Court Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. would be binding- j'

Curaoti. N. Jfi.thtsner. .. F.' H Gelg-er, Jacob J. E.Oore .. BrIU, K. J.., . Z. Bass 4 Milton Pledger.oltottnra It la therefor ordered. t..t.n. partea ...
Martin Cooper. J. M. filbert, F. O.Griffin. W. 8Oustua Carson. C. A.. Jr. $ for Complainant 4I-t t clalmlnir IntereSt a. helra, leg'*
Coblj. B. FChandler Vampbell. J. L. A. J_ A. W. tees, devisees or iiranteea under or ,
c;eor\"eCaraon. Chapman A C.Craflon . Hearn. Boyle Hatch.. C. A. Drawdy, I* BBubanks. Drawdy,' J. T. ORDER PUBLICATION. hrough Helm WlgKlni or li H. ;Jn-. .).
: D. W. ;J. M. H: rln Jacob Harria.: I E B. S. L. :: k ins, deceased or 0r :
Carr. W. )H.Canova. Collier, FJ.Ij. . laaac Hall. C. W. Hertlcs. H. I""rlil' H. II I. the Circuit Court IO' the .HeerLthJvdlHal appear to the said Bill I of "cO'II',1: ;
J. <1. Cornell, : )Hann Theodore Harrla. Jesse D. Fertlc L. L. Franklin. It. K.Oodwln. tlr*.lt .. the $iste ef flled at the office ofh.. clerk of the I
Clark. W H. ('lark lion. J FChauncey Horn. T. A. HefTman John W. Florida !. mad ten OareolaCosmty. 'Circuit Court at Klaalmmee OaceolBr !
Campbell. C. W. A. M. Hendrlx: C. K. Hock man. Henry Godwin. W. H. F. J. !. Chsmrery.W. County Florida. on or before the Ruleday ;
Carson. W W. Crowder M. J. I Hill. J. Q. Huntslnger.: C. B.: Marvev. J. .\. Harvey. J. JHansell. In January next the same being '.. "
Co kran... J. M. Caraon M. B. Ilarringlon.V.' H. Harris: Joseph: Hull.. T B. J. M I.. Bonner, Complainant the lit day of January. A. D. 1.1T. Else ,
Curry. T. ICrwfleld.. 8. 8.Campbell. Hall. f>. K Huddleston. John Johns 1.. 8. Johns. '\'. H vs BILL, FOR DIVORCE. his Bill will be taken aa oonfeaaed. ; ,
Cole. H E. W. Q.Chlsholm. ; Hunt. Stephen. 8. Johnson. Barney Johnson J. W. Hattie S. Bonner. Respondent.It It la further ordered that this order "
Crawford.: W. B. A. M. Haahbarg-er. H. L. Hamilton) T. A. Kllnntrlck. H R.Montsriora appearing by evidence appended b. published once each week for
Oasler. M. P. Comhs. Q. W.Chandler Hetrlck.. L. H. Hull. I). B. (o the Hill flIed In above stated cause t twelvo consecutive weeks In the Klaalmme -
Clay. ;John R.Correll. . F. C. : ; Holden. Rllaha M Hargrove. J. L. Lamonll. N. that Hattie 8 Bonner. Respondent Valley. Qaiette. a newspaper .'. ..
F. B. Clark.: T. N. : Hunter. ThosHedrlck. Hughes. C. B J. M IIfcClplland.G..Jr.. therein named la a non-resident, of the published and of general circulation In ,1"" '
Cornell. B. It Cobb. B F. Jr. I. B.Hogg. Hamilton. W. E. McCl,'iland. W. O. State of Florida and .a resident of Medina. aceola County. prior to the Bald January -
Clark. J. I). Cumpbell. C. H. : J THartley HaIl: P W.Howell. ()Ostern J M. State of Ohio and I. over the age let. 117.Wltneaa '. :t.
Crawford. J. L. Cotterman. A. : H. 1':. : Sidney. J. of twenty-one years and that there Is my hand and the seal of 'l-
Cadell. John B.Dann. ('h..pman.J.; W. Harmon. A. D. Hohson. Samuel Padgett: Elmer rnrltrett 8ol no person In this state the service of aid Court at Klaalmmee this t {/
('. W. Davidson A. L.Donegan Harden. F. M Hulett.. Sam. Pnlllliin, It. V. rhllllps.V: HBtephens. subpoena upon whom would bind s'uchrespondent 18th day of September. A.Florld.i I. 1. 'I/fi'/
A. E Donegan. (Thee.1Ioian. Hart. A. F. H..ley. 'V. W. Rhymes, 8. W.Hellars ; J. L* OVER8TREHT!: \
..;. w. Duke T. a.Davis. : Hatches. R. H. Hodgman T>. T. B I.em It Is ordered. that said nonresidentrespondent Clerk of the said Circuit Court. \t
J. J. W. L. Hyler .VIII. Hoffman John F. Shiver Crow. be and she la hereby required (Real) '.
> Simmons.
l R W.
Dale.ann H R Durham. I.. KDrlsrgera. HII Kood. Joseph. Helms. W. R Savage.v. H St&lllnKS. Id. A. to .appear to the Bill of Complaint G. F. KRIBBS. Solicitor.Ut '
.
Davis. J. M.Drlggers H H. Harris Walter Hoppe. Ernest Sessions. C. A. Somerset. J. BThonysBon Sled In said cause on or before .x'I'
.
T. J. Dlckerson BDuaenberry Hollenbeck. C. W. Hattenbaugh. B N. Monday the
D. E. C.IILthi. Horst Lewis Hall. Wm. Tumblin. J. B. Rellara 1311: otherwise the allegatlona of said ,
R.
Drlggera... C: F. DavlB: John Hedrlck.Houston. H John 1':. K. Harrod. A. I* Himblln.Tindall. J.J. SWilliams. F.. Thonvaaon. 'V..U..y Bill will be taken aa confessed by said .f, JI
Hull. Noah
enntng.. I J Units. A. A. : respondent.<
DelkVflhlam* > Denning: Louis ;J. Journlyan R. P. Julian. M. P. ;J. F. It Is further ordered that this Orderbe

I >*\'Is. Oeortte W. Douglas. D. N. Johnston. J. J.Judsot. Jt r-nson. Henry M. Young, Randolph Tates nurrellKL.KCTION published l once a week for four consecutive -
a\ldsnn.. I). 0.Bill. John Johnson. William Yates Noah weeks In the Klaalmmee I Valley

.. T. 'V. F.vans. F. J. Jnnies' Geo W Johns C.Klnser. Oaiette a newspaper published In i
j Klswlck. JKKKersgluess. .14111 n 101"6. D. H. D lilT NO. 7.Alderman.William said county and atate
Evans R. M.Kbj. .
J. E. H. : Alderman.. J. F. ,J. L. OVERSTRI5ET. Market
.- H Keen. A. MKlpllnger. Michael Clerk Circuit Court City
,, )OJII\\.. V K. Evans B. K. A.. P. Kyler. George Bennett. Noah Bass Q. J. !This Oct. 2. Kit. 41-41

:: rit.Cs. I.FIt. .. Kenney. Cla jda V. Kjfns. J. 8. Chandler 'V. W. Chandler. (1 U
... WarrenFennell. Floyd \ Kinney, B I. Kloos. Henry Chandler' ;J. I* Campbell. I'has. IN PHIl COUNTY JOnUtC'fl COI'KT'
;: K L. Fleming ttpragueFennell. Kenney. W. F. King.; Thos Carter. A. U Carter J. H. COUNTY OF 0! f'KOI.A. STATIC -,
FUIls O. M r*. H. KingS W. G. Kenney W: H. Chandler M. H. OK KI.OHIUA. Fresh Florida and

Flemblln.: John 11. Farmer, L. R.Fewell Kenney.. F. B Knight O C. DurrancW. R. Durrance, :James I. the sutler ef the ..!. .1 the a>re>p- .
Frace Warren Knott. Qeo. H.Kelch Keller -
II. Benjamin
E e> ff NaeaaB Walker. S salaer.
Farmer. J. J. K.r<1. A.rK- E F. Kirkbride. B. Hllllard, C. W. m-JC Is hereby given that It Irthe. '
Farmer. Carson Frlpp.V.. ;J. Kalne, '\'. T.Klbbe Klock. C. ofton.. JohnMeneley. intention of the undersigned J. It Western Meats ,

Ollhert. J. R. ,JrJlllbert. E A. L.. 1... Kasbohm. Wm. P. H. Walker aa guardian of the estate ol
Ollbvrt. A. 8. Orlffin. Lee Long. J. W. Levlt Charles Naoma Walker a minor. to make application .
Orlffln. C.V.. Oraham. W SUulce. Leavltt R N. Luce. Charles Norman. ;J. J.Opdyck to the County Judge of Oacoola ;.
R. IX Good'ear.V.. T. Lenox. Virgil C. Lamb. Peter J. K. n u.'I I at his office In of all kinds.
Uardner, J. M. Oatlln. E.Oravea. Lltchfleld James Lynch. Wm P. J Pad salt, ;J. ;J. Pearce R. L. the court : at Klsslmmee, In said
J. R., Jr. Qardner. Oeo P. 1'I Lee 'V. H. Livermore, E. E. Pearce, C. C. county on Monday the SOth day of November
Ollbert. A. 1>. Gardner. C. *>. Leaton. Wm. Lamb Leon D. A. D. 11'11. for authority tc
Gardner 8 E:. ( m.Juernaey.., Ed. Levi.! C. M. Long: John A. Rauleraon. C. B. Rauleraon. W. S. sell an Undivided one-fifth Interest
Orlfnn J. C. ( J. B.Gllb.rt. I.awton.: M.: W. Lee. O. N.Llnderman.. Rauleraan N. R-.Jr. which I. the Interest of the said minor Phone '
Gilbert. W. C. Griffin: J. .,. Low, M. et-i A. Sloan Alex. Smith, I* A In and to the following; described real 1 your orders

F. B Glover. Rob..rt'O.rr.tt. Lamb 8.. LauKhlln.: Jamea Thompson A. I* /Thomaa. J. N. property altuate In Oeceola County ,
O. P. GeIger, H- D. ; Merton. T. C. Underhill. .7. Florida to-wlt: northwest quarter ol and they '
8.
aFeen"E.. L. (arose CharlesOoo Mathews, J. W. Mllburn. S. Underbill. M. Underhlll Eddie northwest quarter of section: thirty- .
<1 rich, William Ooldinar. B. Percy Ma rah, Oeo.. W. Mann. A. W. one < 1). township twenty-five <15)south ) .
Oatlln, J. A. Uoodall Chaa.. W. : Mann. Wm. H. Munaell. F. B. Vlckera, ;JohnWalker range twenty-elsjht (OR east will be promptly''

Ueer J. F. Murlen J. H. Morgan :J.' H. J, H. Walker O,> W. southeast quarter of northwest quarter .
Hllllard. J. K.H.ry.. 3.1+ '. Morgan,. P. E. Marshall., B. 8. Walker, W. F.: : C.. Jr. of section six (I). township twen- "
Hlrtaell Dan. Jr. HIckB. Id. IHarwell. .' Madison. Calvin A. Marsh. Chaa. H. Walker W, (II{. 'W.lter..1. H. Jr. tv-slx (It) aouth range twentyelarhlSS delivered.
H&6:!.. W. JJ, Ham Martin. J. U Marskle. A. H. Walker. Bt F. Will hit., W. .R. ( ) ...t. Also the south half of Th(
H II1"h ,.. T: A. Han..11. C. D.- Merrill.. B r>. Mitchell. R W. Walker. C. F. Wllhlte. J. R northwest quarter of the northeast
HanlI. R. t.Harris. Miller ;J. W. quarter of section sIx (4). townahlr.
..... .. larr4.ofl. E. W. Mank. F. M Yat... NeedhamTatea Tatea. WilliamELECTION
N. B. Hopkin. L. Melmaker ;John Montsdoca Wm. J. P. twenty-six (St) aouth. range twenty-
Howard. Josh H..w..rd.. J. fl.Hence. Morton. W. W. Mathewson. J. B eight (28) :-r\ierAIl\ bealnnlnaatth. Phone 44
AleX J4ansell. 'Y' T. ; Maahler. F. D. Moore S. T. DIST. NO. 8. southwest the northwest
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Howard. W. S. I-Iateh. Clarence, Magllton T.M.qulllken. Allman. David quarter of the northwest quarter ol
1 Hend.r.on. W. R. Hankin. "'. 0.Hayes. 8 Mathews. Albert Alllgood. C. E the northeast quarter of section six
A. L. Howard. EuKeneHudeon. Morsman C. W. Morris. C. H. : Buckley, Cw- Bruna, F. H. (4). township twenty-six (25) south
1-1. D. Harv.y. F. H.Hammock. Marble. W. M. Marler. George Bruna. C. range twenty-eight (18)) ...t. and run
O. 1.. Harv..)'. J. 13.Harris. Morrill. 8. T. Mapes. Wm Doty. ;John Den Iff. C. E:. north one hundred forty (140) y.rd.tddver.'Tty .
1-lughey. W. A.Harri. ; Manypenny.Albert (70) yards: south on
f ;:: 'M. l.hr..H.i.: Evans Robt. Eberta. PeterEvana
.: : Haneeli. F. Montadoca R. M. Merts. Rntrlkln. 8. J.Hill. (140)) yarda: west seventy -
Haley. B. E. 1-I..n..II. J. n.lta Manon H. H. Marine P. D. Henry (70) yards to place of beginning; i&awncuvcnpurriv .:t
Humphrlea, N. ;J.Hr.I. Mlllsom. Wm. H. Miller Jacob F. W. Hill. Jacob Also the southwest quarter of the .
i.IIC.A't.e hayes. .1. M. I Murray. W. RMcCarrjey. Mann.] H. D. 1t: r.nkwH.H.. Hearn. M.Harber northeast quarter of section six (8)
W. D. HUB"h..lI. .1. M. J. A. McEndree P. C. township twentv-alx (SI) south rana-i
Howell. Clerk Urr.elk B. F. McGill. Adam McKnew. ;J.GA.E.Ml'C'rory. Edw, B. Long. ;James E. twenty-eUht (18) ff'WALKER. -. ; OMAC11'2IL1Gall .r
Albert S.Harvey. J. McClelland. 8. M. Lowe, Roy B. J. (
LIod L. Harmon. oC.HUl"h..y. I McEndree.. W. F. McBeath.. Sam Montsdoca. C. M. Guardian of the estate of
}4otme.: C Harper. 'H. I : McSevery AlexMcDowell. McDowell. Helo* Mallett. Jesse 44-5t Naoma Walker a minor ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCE ... }
M. A. I. WMcCrlllla. McGlll. A.: R. Proper, Daniel 1 E:. Parmer, W. E. ''*"

Ingram. L. 11. Ivey. T. J. R. JoJ.I Roberson. J H. Roberaon. Garrett NOTICE1' OK KL.KVTION.To Stones Cancer and Ulcers of th. ; :::
John.. .. N. I Nichols, E. P. Nelson. J A. Roberaon Fred
Johnson Clay Northrup. Geo. HNlghswonger. the Sheriff of Oaceola County of the Stomach and
Johnaon CIay Jr Jon.. I. J. Newton. Foster Story S. B.Tyson.James. Intestines, AutoIntoxication
.. L. Z.Nowrse Newton.. C. C. State of Florida: 7
John.. R.
John.ton. n n. C. Tompklna, Roland Be It known That I. CLAY Yellow Jaundice
; C.Joriec. Murt : H. Appendicitis
'J.fJord.J.
O. L'j'j
.Journlglln. F. : Tyiidair Orover
t : Tyndall. M L.
of State of
CRAWFORD. Secretary th
W. F. John.on. I). H. Outlaw. C. F. Outlaw Grover C. Tlson J SpenceWhltted Trlplett. and other fatal ailments remit from i (
S. J. -
State Florida do .
.Journlgan. W. O. .. "...tun. I.). I.. Outlaw. Peter, D. Owen. NOsborn. ao tl-lil": nolle ;
S. L. that General I be held inOacebla
.Joln..r. "'. A John..on. . S.Jal'k.on. : Orr. Chas A. David Whitted. W. James Stomach Trouble. Thousands of
J. M Owen. H C. Young. 8. W.Llvermore County. State of Florida, on
A. W. John.ton. O'Brien. W. J. Young. Ernest
Stomach Sufferers 'It
Joh..on. K. S.Jonea. Olmstead Theo. Tuesday next succeeding the firs! owe their complete -
John.on. Ham .
KI.KCTIODIST.. In November AD.. 1116 the
NO. Monday
\\'. A.H. n. Johnllon.John.on. C.W. )0'I I'. . [l'adK..tt." ;J. jelerson Padgett. Chas. B F P.Iligelow. said Tuesday being the recovery to Mayr's Wonderful ;;i

.Jenkns.Jal'kllon. C. R. John.lon. S. E.Joh"'IIJ" Peterson,, Leterson Mike. Partin.Padgett.McKlnney Henry I Iu rfee O II. 1)1 ion. Irry For Neve.lh United Stales I>ay ef Senator Nevesaber.from- th Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach 11:
J. H. ;
IfZ.13.Rate. .. John..on. (haa 1'enn. Jeo,. W. Edna, Lawrence Kdrla F. M. State of Florida. for six years from Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Roborson t
Joh"aon. L. re..ott.'m.. V.Peiklna Pope, F. F II March 4. 1917.
JI. H.Ke II "Folk (J. M Fertlr. 111 Kal. II. Porter. SidneyV.. For Six (6) Presidential Electors druggists dverywhere.Park .
)'. A. J. Krlla. A. F. .Padgett. Tip Phelps. Cyrus tj.immon.> A C. HuH. HIiiKiani For one Representative of thr <,<

Xat. Nd KI)1. A. L. :'':mI; 1 ,U. J: L.o"'r".I..T.W.: : I In"rtln.'m.. |J. n.OW.IIB Fourth Congressional I lstrlct of th. .
Krlb". (I. }o'. K'nton. L. Id.Ketiser. I \\ W. State of Florida In the Slxty-nfth Co.greeN ".
S. H. K"lInpdy. H. L.Lee. : ;; ::; : J? I I'adKelt. John Prather. John .V Moore It C of the United Htates
Padgett. Jollv Payne. Arthur I II. Nit kulson Alfredi
\
John Id l.nncaater, For lovernor of the State or Florida
"-- 1.arik ford. W." T. 1.nweon. i'. JH1.upr..r. : PreniIi.V.. CI'eters PetflB. C I'. i.11.. J. H .... \.Y.I For Secretary of State of the. Stat: Ask Your Grocer
H. L. 1'lIh'y. E I. I AUKUHt Plllot lialsy I I'adKttt. ('. IKKlc \ of Florida. ..
L.awon. (I. U. Lyon... J. Jo'. ] 1"he Ian. H. oI l'ur.II' V 1. For Attorney oeneral of the State of
1..U.by. H. D. I..wlll. Win. 1.. I I'hllpott. F KPadgett. Phillips Ceo W. hards. C. H Florida I For
Lupfer. LIlly. .7. \V.Lowell. Jamts J. Prather. J. RRobinson. Willie H. E. For Comptroller of the State of
: h 11:.;. L4'k. itt. I). l ] Peterson J"". . Florida. 0 {ttI
i.IVIfl eton. It' o. La 1.onde. N.Lincoln. 1 Hot lirock. I* W. H EI.I''TIOOU.: .. :\/0./ IO. For Treasurer of the State of
: I.': ." Lu1lam. It. If. Kelf <'hn.'l.ler. J. \V Rowland. Sol Iiiiuru-kcr. A. W. Hra> iali-. V. Florida. CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES I

1.amartln. Embry 1.0.'le. WiWlerLalla. ; Kldel. Adolph Rails B F. ClarkS MI'llles. Cox M. lj. For Superintendent of Public Intrucllon '
s. Lupf..r. Ham I., Jr. ) Hey Holds. C'. M Robinson. C A. A. J. Campbell, J. W. of the State of Florida. .
Lane. C. B J.igrord, .J. V.LIvingeton HU.II..II.'m.. C' Randall. James M. Cox. J. L. For Commissioner of Agriculture of
; : U. c. I.a1.nt.:: F'. X. 1 .,.. Matthias Rowland. J. KRaynor Haley P. J. the State of Florida'
H. C. Lawler. I. W. Kobertson. John W Preston For Two Justices of the Supreme ..
t"l." H Lorens.: Fred.Ledhetter. Kelfschnelder. (JeoKeynoldH. :Robinson W. H Flowers B F. Court of the State of Florida. ..;

F. 8.Miller. W. Q. Roth rock. C. J. CausingRichard Ohysellnck P. For One Railroad Commissioner of
;J. W. McCutcheon. PeterMcl'hatter Kamsdell StephenRasey. Raymond Forest J. the State of Florida
Hancock B. Q.Havana. Heath. C. L. .
For State Senator
for 19th Senatorial
..tiler. II. C. John EeS... BReinolds. Rowe. Wm. HReagan K. BJarkson. R:
District of the State .
Murph T M. McLaughlln \\'. F. K. O. W H. of Florida.For
Macn. ICrneatMath. 101 c.J\l/jot..r.\ D.McKensle. . rk"tI';. B Ryan. W U James One Member of the Houaq ofRepresentatlvea Best.By Every Test :
Km 11 W. F. ; Wm. A. Retnhert. Fred Mlnnlck. J. A. McNorton. I. N. of the State of FlorIda
H. 'V. McKee B C. Hiram Rush. W BR4ddle ,
Morrow. Page C. F.Parsojis Patrick. R L. For County ; .
May H .llt.A. WcKee, W. A Rath.: Ferdinand T.. C J. W. Patlen. B. A ; Sheriff., Judge.For
Milton.; MrCoughln.; a B.McClane. .., E Rlggan O H. Tomer.I J. D.Mirna. .
For Clerk of
the Circuit
Miller 11 MaklnsonT. B. Chas. > J.V.. O. 1. Stark H. W. For Prosecuting Attorney.
Sullivan. C. T. For County Aaaessar of Taxes.
W. L.
Sullivan.
.. ]-yers. H. A. McFarland. J. C. .. A.J.; Stewart. "'. A. Schmidt. H. J. Sullivan A. BLED I For Tab: Collector.
MInx C. A. McAllister. L.
Minx., L. K.Mima. McNeal. J. K. .:: : ; :: n\V Lewis. Short Kartell, Colly C. P. Instruction.For For County. Superintendent of Public

George McKee O. A. I C. B. Smith U. FHtanton Kats. Supervisor of Registra.tJoii Hotel
Meyer IJ. McO.. E E.McDonough :: ; : :: ; . J. W. C. P.Summers. of Osceola County Florida do County Five County Surveyor.For Commissioners.
A. :.. hereby certify that the above
Miuiger. Mark ... Jas. W. T H.Scotta. and foreKolns For Three Members of
N. O. W.McClaln the beat of the County I
Mathews C. Ali'Oowan' B. Walter ; 'blhl. my knowledge Board of Public Inatructlon. ,
Myera. Jessee W. O. and a true and
correct Hat
Byron 0. Spahr. Eno.. ,
For Justice of the Peace In and for
Newton Henry T. Nlmlts. Joe 8. J. Smith. Waldo of the registered and qualified r1-cir': the following :Justice via
.
:: Districts :
Nelmeyer., B. A. Newton. C. O. : Y.. O. Sommera. Chas. of each Election District In < <.I.. Noa. I. IS NOW OPEN
.
Neal Lee Nelaon. W. A.
Nelson A. 8. Neathamer .)'. John Sullivan. Fiea, my hand and official seal '-.. .,,,-t Ic' Districts, vis: No. 1, 1. 2. .
Nelaon. W. U. Newhouse, O. H. ; ; = 'h n.. Acle L M this 11th day of October. A. D. 1t.5. ,. 7 8. _
-Nelson. C. J. Nelaon Clyde Enoa Santee, .nj:1, .:: ; Ii.: (Heal) B. D. KA'i". itimony"Whereof. I b.o' e h. i....
dplswonver' ,. Jno. R. Nlswonger. .. 8.Qulnn. C W. SmalL F. and Eupervlaor of Rearlstratijn ..i I ."i, ...1 my hand and affixed ti" '1r':01
r (> B. J. Overstreet J. I* 81.ralll.'i.J. F. Shambov Levi I for Oajceola County Florida.Mill ., ._....] of the State of. Florida.TullH...
0 ver.lr..t. H. R. Oliver. J. W. : David; Bteirart: .a."fU'I f.resPC,, the Capital tl'.. tTl" i ....no Vmdtr N. MaBaflaHaHRates
Outlaw. 3. H. : Smith. .7 IlllHllllillllHlf- -- of Ansrust '- 4.
rftuluat O'Bryan Lewlat : .. .. ;Jacob. BI_ P. U.Saap r"'rbsj"'J'( H. C AI < ..A.IV::" t tiP .:
O'B ,. 8L 8. C. HSimmon Secretary K _
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. Earl **. II Legal i J. H. ff .', '.
To Iaaraav ?! illl
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Ptnn.y P. ... ,
B. .. H. M. F. B. Sawyer ;- .... PeekeW..ff. Partln. a.C. ". B. J. "W.Bl'Ak. *' '.
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):artl... B. Co. Port.,. H. M.L Z. B. <,- A. F. AdveriisemenisJIOTICaB. FI.OHrn'lWVr.N'S't' It 1114111. Reas nabel
Parker. Oeo. V. Parker. JU H. } ,. ;Jane. 1C stile... A W. i t.'I3u4'tiT.OH.EOLt ..tOON.Tl12C2IASVS.At3. ..-
bUI.o, John L. Padgett. Berry W. t.. Snow. Geo. F.SparkU.8. :
..PartIng L. -. Partln.7L M, BmltC. I. rt .. J.Stove. uIIuluuuI--IIlIippuuiujl -i. :" .., .....
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Part I.. H- V. Pfann H.p..n.I .
: H. ..... J- . O. A. Naight a w.u .
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".. Prathet... O- ftPartln.. J. Cport.r. . : : >....n.....me.tL: flulll........ John a...'enp.w.tI......... '...m.l.e4.... .beI.w
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Nathaa)-* Partln. H O. <- < .' Bcranion.- 13. Notice ta hereby Rive* that oe Satur ... .be ..... . B. J.. CO&WIlf PrsprWm4 .
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k1 'PACE 12 THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY, ,GAZETTE f FJUDAT.OCTOBEIn.,11t: ,,

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I,I-'f Will Have' Next Week a Line of Ladi s"Sport Coats _

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d* BLANKETS, per Pair, $1.25 BLANKETS, per Pair, $1.50 BLANKETS, per Pair, .$1.75BABY- BLANKETS, .- 50c ley



,' SWEATERS, ALL COLORS, MEN'S AND LADIES', 75c TO $2.25; CHILDREN'S, 35c, 50c< 65c and 98c. Mrt



*, SHOES, WE HAVE THEM--ELK-SKIN WORK SHOES, $2.25 J SEE OUR NEW LINE OF CURTAIN SCRIM, '' lOc, 12 I-2c and 15c.
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fOtPi 0 4r id4F84.0I IOIOIOIOIOIOIO"IOIOIOI popular game of 500. Mrs. Wood- hour in honor of the seventieth birth- SURPRISE PARTY FOR I '

: beck won the ladies' prize and Mrs. day of Mrs. Mark Cosner, who was MRS. G. W. OVERSTKEET KISSIMMEE RELIEF FOR :!

Notes Cadel the consolation. The first prize the recipient of many little favors I "

I nu e$ Society $ for gentlemen was awarded to Mr. which she will hold in fond remem Misses Cecelia and Mabel Over- ARMENIANS&.SYRIANS
Goodyear, while Guy Gardner was brance.An .
street arranged a happy surprise for
(Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) given a consolation. Refreshments of interesting program was carried their mother,\frs.! G. W. Overstfeet, Following the proclamations of the '
sandwiches, cake and chocolate concluded out, consisting of a talk on the organ-
Wednesday afternoon, on the occa8io'nt President of the United States and of
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the evening. Ization by Mrs. Lane, a select reading t I I "
Request b made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send item. >f her birthday. a the Governor of Florida, and the no- '
Y The guest list follows: Mr. and by Mrs: Thrasher, and a speech by
1'1't t' ..f Society Events 'to\ the Editor for publication in these column.1i Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Van Duzer, in which an organ Needle work end conversation occupied tices of the Federal Churches of
the time, and the afternoon Christ in America, the churches of
S. Cadel, Mrs. Nellie Regcro, Misses! donated by the members of the Chris
concluded with refreshments of sandwiches Kissimmee began raising
. . . . - . . . _ - - - - - -- White and Billie Wilson. Messrs. tian church through the instrumentality wafers rind tea, served by Sunday for relief of the offeringslast stricken
Guy Gardner, Dr. Atwoodand of Mrs. Pinncy
Goodyear, was presentedto
HALLOWEEN PARTY. chief, with a crocheted edge. Misses Cecelia and Mabel Overstreet, Armenians and Syrians. The work
Prof. Davidson. the organization:
Elsie received'a number of nicopresents. Grace Gilbert, Ruth Clark and Roberta was not completed and will receive
A rising 'vote by the appreciative
On Tuesday evening Mrs. A. W. ENTERTAINS. Bronson.A attention the coming Sunday.
MRS. QUINA members was extended to the sisters
jl h Bailey, Mrs. C. Hilton and Mrs. E. E. Refreshments of pineapple ice ..,....,- and brothers of the Christian church dainty color scheme of lavenderwas Every humanitarian in Kissimmce
Wells entertained the Daughters of cream wafers and cake wire served. Mrs. Miriam Qulna, residing on for their benevolence. observed in the shower presents.. should make an offering through
t Wesley Sunday school class with a Mrs. Jack Bass assisted Mrs. Welchin East Vine street, entertained about Those present were Mr. and Mrs. given Mrs. Overstreet. This was car- some of the churches for this worthy Xx
1 Halloween party at the Bailey home serving. The birthday cake was i last Wednesday ried out in the towels, handkerchiefs, cause. Our. government is sending "
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thirty guests Eby, >lr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr. and
Mabbette street. prettily decorated with, ten lighted out relief ship, which is to be loaded
on home. The occasion in a J.
j ing at her was Mrs. Cosner, Mr. and Mrs. Lane, Mr. etc.The
1 .As the guests arrived they were candles. honor of her visitors! Miss Ethel and Mrs. Vail, Mr. and Mrs. Porter, guests included Mrs. Roma this week at New York, and It Is expected ...-
met by ghosts and cats and given a Those present were Nellie; Woodall, Quina of Pensacola and Mrs. CharlesJ. Mr. Latty and niece, Mrs. Harmon Thomas, Mrs. H. W. Morrow, Mrs. J. it will carry $500,000 worth ..;
pass-word which proved an "open Patsy Makinson, Olivinl. Savage, R. Bronson, Mrs. Earl Lupfer and son of provisions. ,,,
Jacksonville both her sis
Quina of and daughter>frs. Miller, Mrs. Els- !
it sesame" to the amusements ot.the Madge and Eunice Rivers, Delia and ters-in-law. The occasion was quitea wick, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Mayfield (James Earl, Jr.) Mro. M. A. Clark, Other ships will be supplied and the ,
i ; evening.In, Julia Ledbetter, Lavert and Dickie Mrs. II. N. Bratton Mrs. L. R. Far work will be continued until those ';t
happy affair for those attending. Mrs. Pinney, Mrs. Rockhill, Mrs.! Van I I
Bass and Elsie and Evelyn Welch. mer, Mrs. A. M. Story, and Mrs. T. starving people relieved.
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keeping with the season, golden- . Refreshments and games entered Duzer, Mrs. Witz, Mrs. Thrasher, Mrs.
M. Rivers
1. mod decorated the rooms, while can- CRISCILLA CLUB. largely into the cheer of the parti- Lowell. Gilbert Miss Ruth Clark, Grace FOR SALK
dles and masked lights supplied a fa- cipants. * I Roberta Bronson: Fifteen-acre farm; small house; located -

vorable setting for the Halloween fun.' The meeting of the PrisciMa club * KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB. I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days within short distance of the new
the evening was a cate- PARTYAT ( county fair grounds and on the Dixie
Beginning BIRTHDAY
last Saturday afternoon at the homeof DOUBLE Your drurrht will refund money If PAZO
'I "rhism, wherein all made merry over Mrs. G. L. Hammack, where the THE STANLEY BULLOCKSMr. !Mrs. Minnie Moore-WilHon presided ! OINTMENT!Blind Bleedi.Oils,orrrotruding to cure an File,..,..ineto. of Itching 144.,... Price Highway.$500. Easy terms. Bargain.
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the curious questions where were pro- time was spent in dainty needlework, I over the regular meeting the The first tpplicatlou! .ivc.Kue and JUit. SOe.: ARTHUR E DONEGAN. .,.,'

pounded and 'the truthful answers. vas a pleasant occasion. Miss Mary and Mrs. Stanley Bullock entertained Kissimmee Womrn's Club last! Monday -

i Progressive Halloween stunts followed Spier assisted! her sister, Mrs. Ham- in honor of Miss Marie Hud- : afternoon at the Halt Memorial ...... .
\ in which Mrs. Morrow won a gay mack, in serving sandwiches, punch, dleston and Everett Brown on their building. ... V "'" V "'" f"W'V.... ,, "'" ,, f"y"- 4MAAS

cap as a prize, and Mrs. Ingram secured and wafers at the close of theafter natal day last Tuesday night Oct. 24. Miss Anne Carson, the newly chosen

;' a prize, a black cat favor, for noon. A full course dinner was served. Cov- secretary, assumed her duties. The
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,..i 1 having the most incorrect list of Othcrs present were Mrs. C. E. Hilton i ers were laid for ten. Norma Griffin early part of the meeting was spent in

\ answers. Ghost stories and fortunes Mrs. D. C. Wheeler, Mrs. S. D. and Violet Bullock assisted the hos- business routine.A .. a.

I gave added thrills. Marks, Mrs. j) J. WO astr, Mrs. Sarah tess in serving.The new member, Mrs. W. F. Dunne, 91

The evening closed by serving a Cahoon, Mrs. H. M. Pfann Mrs J. L.I birthday honorees were show was cordially welcomed iI.to the club.A k r 'I H .}
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salad course, when Miss Ethel Wilder, Overstreet, Mrs. Seaman, Mrs. A.I j ered with pleasing gifts. The social committee was appoint"! to con- Il t 1i

1. Dorothy Wells and Frances Burns assisted Cotterman and baby, Mrs. R. L. Far I feature naturally was musical: Songs fer with Manager Beal of the Casino

r; the hostesses. All the appointments mer, Mrs. 'T. M. Rivers Mrs. Robert I old and new made up the happy"chor- and to extend to him the ro-operation
of the evening, the table 'coven Glover, Mrs. H. N. Bratton, Mrs. E. uses. Those lathe party were Misses of the club in an effort to maintain a

,'' ally ,cards,' and .refreshment E. Wells, and Miss Susie Spier. The Marie Huddlcston, Lucy Witherspoon, high standard of Alms to be shown

kr- carried out a color- scheme of black next meeting will be held at the homeof Lola Lawler,..Louise Clark, Louise luring the coming season. ,
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and orange. i; .s' Mrs. J. D. Jeffords. Thomason, Messrs, Everett Brown G. The subject of a donation to the
Enjoying this social event r were 4 .* ". P. Garrett, Albert Bearden, Stanleyand Children's Home at Jacksonville was

j Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Hilton, Mrs. Wells, ENTRE NOUS CLUB. Mrs. Stanley Bullock, Violet Bul- discussed, and tn invitation to Mar- = I *.
Mrs. H. W. Morrow, Mrs. J. Z. Robert lock and Norma Griffin. cus C. Fapg, who is in charge of that t 1
....'. t eon, Mrs. A. Cotterman, Mrs. L. H. Mrs. J, L. Overstreet, Mrs. Lane :, work, wo given to vUit Kisnimmee
Paulk, Mrs. H. W. Morrow, Mrs. Mil before the club. It will be 74/,4
Ingram, Mrs. 'G. W. Persons Mrs. LATIES'AID SOCIETY and speak ,
) ton Pledger: Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mrs.C. that the Woman's Club
t4 MQton Pledger, !Mrs. Draggers, Miss* CHRISTIAN CHURCHThe remembered :
N. Paver and Mrs. Jeffords
1 Elsie Norton, Craire Hathaway, Mildred enjoyed raised! a goodly sum of mo ey last .
t' Lee, Ada C. Wagner, Ethel I a pleasant meeting: the Entre Nous Ladies' Aid of the Christian winter for this worthy cause! by giving f..ill fth 6 f rgr
club afternoon with Mrs. Jef
4 Wilder, Elon Guice- Ouida Malloy, ; Tuesday !'church will have a cake'and sand- cycle tens. '{
Ella Mae Gilbert, Effie Lawson! Dorothy fords as! hostess. The time was spent i I'wich sale at the Woman's Exchange The feature of the afternoon was a "A hirty Years of Successful "

, Wells, and Frances Burns. in making pretty baskets and dainty ]i on Saturday, Nov. 4. They will also comprehensive! paper, read by Miss Merchandizing"'r
p refreshments of sandwiches were I five a chicken dinner in the second Nellie McQunrnc. on "Honr- Economics THE LOGICAL PLACE to Cet the newest foods, latest styles tad .
10'* BIRTHDAY* PARTY.* served. The next meeting of the club I:week in November. ," which was lint'!ned to with inter- best quo lie at the most reasonable prices.Dry :

will be with Mrs. Paulk. * est by all prooent. Goods, Millinery, Carpet. Toys, Ready-To-Wear Goods, ;

Little Elsie Welch entertained Just \MRS. II. o. AITLTMAN* * G. A. R. CELEBRATESMRS. * Honsetanushincs, Hotel Supplies, Etc., Etc. j j,

a few of her friends at h'r home on ENTERTAINS AT CARDS COSNER'S:' BIRTHDAYLast KERAM1C! CLUB. A uoclall..d mall order ..ruin for tho. who find It more conv.nl.nt to .!'
6 R Sproule avenue, Friday, Oct. 20, in "SHOP BY MAIL" ',i
t celebration of her tenth birthday. Mrs. Henry O. Aultman entertainedat Wednesday the men of the local The following members attended the MAAS BROS. TAMPA FLA. 'i1

Different games were played, cards! Tuesday evening at the home Grand Army of the Republic post regular meeting of the Keramic club H E'T
among them a guessing contest, Nel- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. and the women of the G. A. R. circle Monday afternoon at Mrs. S. H. Bul- 1
lie Woods! receiving the prize, which O'Berry. met in their pleasant hell in' the lock's studio: Mrs. Henry O. Aultman, +t\f\ ***" +J\t" u w i j Vtw.>...i..41\1\..<>
I tree a dainty hemstitched handker 'Three tables of players enjoyed the Graystone annex to spend a social I Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. J. Y. King, ,...
J Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mrs. J. D. Wood. .....<$
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beck Mrs. S. H. ,.
Gardner, Misses Anne Cm son, Violet
r Bullock, Norma Griffin, and Carolyn What Women Need to Know 1

Fripp.At .

.r. the close of the afternoon Mrs. There is no need of so much misery and the associated with
HIS Fripp. assisted Mrs. Bullock in serv- female' weakness worry ,
ANSWER sandwiches, cakes and tea. .IX
ing .* When in a weakened condition, anemic, with a sluggish circulation;

UTOPIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.At blood impoverished and the nerves shattered, there is but one f
remedy to think ofNyal's ;- _

't The Armour Fertilizer Company was much annoyed because one a meeting of the Utopian Lit- ".' :,
of their best Georgia agents was a law unto himself as pertaining to Society the following comprisedthe Vegetable Prescription
the conduct of his business and was rather lax m replying to their erary Don't be s
r 'business letters. A telegram was about the only thug that would mover program: continually suffering and worrying year in and year out-
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wmi.At him. A piano solo by Lorene Donegan.A strengthen and fortify the system-bUild up the delicate organs
recitation by Margaret Lee. -prepare yourself to withstand the strain accompanying the
I One day exasperated at his continued neglect of what the Com- A debate on "Resolved, that Mon- irregularities peculiar to your sex. I

e'l g 1 pany conceived to be important business correspondence, they tele- day is a better holiday than Satur Nyal's Vegetable Prescription will bridge over all difficulties ,

graphed him, as follow: "If you have so much business you can't day." Gussie Winn and Bryan Simpson supply you with good rich, red blood nourish and invigorate i *

k' _u if t reply to our letters, why-don't you get a stenographer?" were for the affirmative; Ger- tlte entire system and furnish health and strength in abundance. ,
1 2 trude McKay and Freiaa Schweikartwere To insure regularity to the functions peculiar to womanhOod-to r'
; ; S 3 H. replied collect: "Because I am still in love with my wife." for the negative. The judges correct and cure any irregularities Nyal's Vegetable Prescription -
U 4 decided in favor. of the affirmative. will accomplish the desired
1 result
;. g When folks come around and ask u.. "Why in the world don't Clifford Lester rendered a solo.
t, you increase your capital Mock and get into a clas big enough to Investigate this remedy thoroughly. see

't handle our business?"-we say: we are sRll\ in love with this little-old MR. GARRETT C ENTERTAINSAT CO from results knat it will do just as w. say a

{. ,1 Citizen Bank. It' coming aloag, making molly and there is no question THE COUNTRY CLUB Our personal recommendation goes with every sale. '
.... atsa.f. the Clock as to policy or control, and, beyond this, our risks ae ,smell sad The Best prescription we know of, $1.00 the bottle

of'' the business safe. G. P. Garrett entertained at an A very fine line of rubber goods, such as hot water bottles, founbean '

J k We might make a little more money and have less peace of mind. elaborate course dinner given at the syringes, etc., now in stock. r

;.1 At ant rate, there's plenty of time. We've been here only two months. Country club Saturday evening, whenplates *
wer* laid" for the following "
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guests: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bullock PALACE DRUG

-.lJl+ '7 CITIZENS BANK: Misses Marie Huddleston Louise *
Clark Louise Thomason, Lola ,Law THE NYAL QUALITY STORE"
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Ii' Roberts and Albert Bearden.
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