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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: November 3, 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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.{ KlssIMMErwOM- CLUB First To Put Names of Wives In Directory MOTHERS, TEACHERSWDRK: :. r



CALLS MASS MEETING[ --.Kissimmee Was the Town Ladies. FOR COMPULSORY EDUCATIONMAGH : 7 1



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I _- "WE HAVE OUR NAMES IN THE CITY DIRECTORY"
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'"'fl To Improve Lake Front-.-Gti- (From General Federation of Women's Clubs Magazine New York I i Get Signatures On Petition.

zees Asked To Assemble At NOV. 9,10,11 FOR City.) PACKING HOUSE SL Cloud Votes On Meas-

.I :' Dixie Theater' Tomorrow Rochester, in New York has put itself on the map through ure Nov. 7 Synopsis

starting a discussion about whether a married woman shall have her TURNING OUT FRUITThe
At 7:30 O'clock. GIRLS
Night' Of Law.
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CANNINGJ5LUB name in the city directory or not. Everybody thus far has expressed 3

i---- an opinion pro or con. Newspapers sneered and some persons c' ---r {
: The Kissimmee Woman's Club is goIng Interest among the canning club considered it ridiculous. "Who ever heard of such a thing?" they itrus-fruit packing-house that The last meeting of the Mothers-

to keep step with other progressive girls of Osceoola county now centers said. Mach Bros and J. R. Bronson own at Teachers Club appointed the follow "
civic organizations. Then some one unearthed the fact that A TOWN IN FLORIDA Central avenue is turning out a car Ing committee to obtain signatures to
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It is setting forth to emulate the examples in the approaching: "short course, HAD ESTABLISHED THE PRECEDENT: but. as the Florid town the Florid. Midland railroad near petitions for en election to make the %

,, of women's organizations in which! will be held in Kissimmee on had Ao appreciation of the value of advertising, and did a big load of oranges and grapefruit daily. law for compulsory education apply la'

other parts of Florida and throughoutthe Nov. 9, 10 and 11. At this time all thing without -knowing it, it remained for Rochester to walk away The plant is leased to and by H. C. Kissimmee and other parts of Osce-

United St te.It ..-- members are invited to visit the city wtih the stolen thunder and wire the news of .n innovation in city Schrader, well-known buyer and 'shipper .ola county:
has called a mass meeting of citi- directories all over the country. formerly! of Jacksonville and now Mrs J: Eajrle Lupfer, Mrs. W. B..
i sent. for tomorrow night (Saturday) and to bring an exhibit of canned products Meanwhile the names of Rochester's married women are printed of Orlando, the Schrader headquarters -I Makinson; Mrs. A. M. Chisholm Mr*.

to discuss methods whereby Kisjsiim. a record book of thework and a alongside of their husband names After the nome of John Smith, etc., having been moved to the r. )i. Ingram, Mrs. J. L. Overstceet,

nee shall be made a town that more story of tire crop. for example, appears in parenthesis the name of ((Mary Jane-) latter city lately. H. C..Lightsey has : Mrs. J. Z. Robcrson Mrs. A. Cotter-

and more will attract and\ retain tour- The exhibit: will be held in the corner like that. , managementof the establishment. man Mrs. J. J..GriRin-1Krs. M.. E..

,, late and residents. room of the Casino building, fee This is another concession to us-ward. Years ago. when Dr.' Mach Bros: represent the Schrader interests -., Waring, and Mrs. W. J.-F> /jpp-. *- '

? Recognizing! that Lak.s Tohopekalif ing the depot, and prizes will be Anna Shaw searched through the graveyards of New England for in this vicinity as fruit buyers. These women" have been busily engaged + t

f ) ga Kissimffiee's most valuable scenIc awarded to all )having' creditable individual the name of a Pilgrim mother she said she found nothing but the The\ house is moving the fruit in the during the past week In obtaining

asset and should be a means'of affording exhibits. The grand prize a relics of Pilgrim fatheri.Tis grove of Thomas A. Hughey of HU- signers. Few .voter object.to

c' great entertainment to vie two weeks' trip to Tallahassee to the thus we pass another milestone in that Rochester city directory liard's island. The first car load was "''he proposed application of' the com-

itors and residents here, the Woman's short course there, will be given by incident. We are surely getting to be people we women.It sent from Kissimmee last Friday. nulsory education law to the whole '

Club his inaugurated a movement to the county school board and an attrac is an agreeable sensation to be recognized dead or alive. Three car loads of oranges and one county. Many. of them are enthusiastic

make that spot at once attractive.It tive list of smaller prizes are being car load of mixed oranges and grapefruit for it.
have been packed and shipped.A The president of the club, Mrs. J. 4 fl
is purposed to clear the streets offered by the busiiyess firms. Kiuimmee is the town, ladies How could yon overlook it".-
leading to the: lake and to clear the Miss Agnes Ellen Harris state with like ? solid car load of grapefruit will go '= arle Lupfer, Is working probably
'a name ours
lake front of grass, weeds, and debris. agent is expected to be pregenttn+ More than two years ago .Kiu inmee's city directory was pub- today. (A car load contains 300 boxes. more enthsuiajtically( than It any other ;;
.) It is estimated that Mr. Hugheywill of the canvassers.The .
Civic Department Gets Busy. case this meeting does not-'conflict lished by the Osceola Journal now a part of the Valley Gazette. 1
have 2,300 boxes of fruit in all. women have had volunteer aids r
too seriously with the National Extension
married man's followed by that of his wife.
The of the club, Mrs. J. Every name was
president '
Association in Some of it must be picked late*>.in the offer to do the work in the country.The .
.the Washington, Too bad like the people who lived within walking
M. Willson, Jr., was requested by we were
? season, owing to a later bloom. plan to tour the county was ob
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D. C. where Miss
Harris will
club's civic committee to call a meeting represent distance of Plymouth Rock all their lives and never went to see it. 4
the fifteen Southern States in The Schrader agents will move the tructed by the rainy weather thoughry
of the club's board of directors to her department. Miss Sarah Partridge crop of Rev. A. M. Chisholm when the om have been out in the outlying'pre. +'
act on the following communication: f
packing has been
Hughey completed. cincts.
the
district agent will be in
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The movement probably has the
of the
charge course and will deliver#
of the
Director
To the Board of

Woman's Club of Klssimmee: lectures to to their the girls work on and subjects will conduct pertaining CITRUS-GROWERS. BIG TIME ORLANDO ONLY PURE BREEDS 'ounty.ndorsement. of every -teacher in the f

i' The civic department of the Kissim-- The compulsory law If enacted
practical cooking lessons in the Home
mee Woman's Club presents for your Economics cottage.At POOL THEIR FRUITA NOV.9SHRINERS; MEETNov. FOR EDGEWATER FARM vould cause the establishment of c
f'r!,. consideration and endorsement: the action schools in some places where now

proposed in the following tentative .
Kissimmee Park. Some patron or patrons become an- A
resolntio: meeting of the Kissimmee Citrus 9 will be a notable day in our MANAGER McPHERSON AN EXPERT there are none. ,,'
Miss Albina Smith of "
!:" Whereas the city of Kissimmee has the home extension work, county for agent Osceola Growers Association yesterday took neighboring city of Orlando. ON LIVE STOCK. STOCK- gered at the school trustee ,or the '" ;

not and never has had enjoyment) ) of county, encouraged the Kissimmee action that ifs a commendable step The occasion will be a big ceremonial ING UP WITH PURE-BRED CAT- teacher and withhold their children .

: its lake front, largley owing to the Park club with an all-day visit the forward in strengthening this COilPer.tlve' for admission of new members to : TLE AND HOGS.. from school, thus probably causingthe ...
fact that the streets leading to it are early part of the week. organization.The the Ancient Arabic Order of Noblesof I school to be abolished because of -

{ not passable for pedestrians and vehicle meeting unanimously voted the Mystic Shrine. Kenneth McPherson, manager of 'tck of sufficient pupils. .

Ii' : *; and"Whereas '* At Center PairLAgtlruoiatlon that all fruit of Us members shall be.. Not fewer than forty novices willtravel the Edg water arms Company several St. Clued Will Adopt It Nov. 7." 4

.1 the season of the year I Is '... t is being made in the pooled for shipment and sale. over the burning sands of the miles south of Ki. fmrQee. has The St. Cloud vicinities will adopt

., at hand when an influx of visitors f is canning club work at Center Park, This is a species of cooperative desert that lies between their present just rpcqlved' registration papers for the compulsory'Uw In the election on':" '

expected, for whose enjoyment and entertainment and here--eooking lessons will be given crop-sale insurance. All fruit in each state and their arrival at the repository that company's herd' of pure-bred Nov. 7. The progressive \people In

ever) Effort should he by'the county agent during her visits. grade is to be pooled.--The sales made of the Mystic Shrine. The num- -Shorthorn cows. that section caughtthe Kisdnlpreana"napping

expended by our city authorities and Misses. Pauline Barclay, ,Mildred Par- within' a given 'period are combined ber may be increased to fifty before This company will make. specialtyof ," a*, it were. ElM the whole,

by our:citizens; and tin, and Eunice Mllar 'were a commit and! each shipper in that grade will the day of the ceremonials ,raising bull from this breed for Bounty might, probably weald, have 4

';?v' Whereas beautiful Lake Totopeka- test from the 'club visiting Kissimmee reoelve the ?;same price per box-no The new members are not only from the market. ,. voted on it at the same time.

,fliga I is one of the most valuable assets last Saturday to.l elect ,the first .articles matter if Jones's fruit sold, at a high Orlando, but ..re'elne) drawn from While attending the Citrus"Seminar A synopsis of, the comp leof7.--edu-

.; .***> *foa: tourist town, as well as for theresidential of this equipment. This club ;is price and Smith's sold at a sacrifice. surrounding towns, three to come held ,at Gainesville lately' Mr.. McPherson cation law is set forth In another", article '

il't'h' and business interests of fortunate in having the hearty cooperation Thus a loss) on a market sag will not from sts far as Bartow, purchased a thoroughbred that below. fl' .

.. i: our community. Therefore be it of the public school teacher in hit one grower alone but will be distributed The preliminary work for the cere- registered Duroc..J.rs r.ow that took ,

'IF Resolved that the board of directors I that district, Miss Lilian Prentis, as among all. Likewise a top w w premiums at the Alachua County Fairin SYNOPSIS OF COMPULSORY '\V*\ 1tl
of the Kissimmee Woman's Club well as the assistance of the county price received by one grower will be (Continued on Page, Five) competition with similar animals >

shall call a mass meeting of the citizens agent, and Its members will accomplish shared by all. from throughout the State. Mr. Mc-

; c. of Kissimmee on Saturday evening splendid work this season. J. Reed Curry, from the Tampa BOARD OF TRADE Pherson Is acquiring a herd of Duroc- SCHOOL LAW '1

4.i; Nov. 4, at 7:30 o'clock, for the headquarters of the Florida Citrus Exchange Jerseys and expects to have one of the
purposes ((1)) of emphasizing the importance took part in the meeting.. The finest herds in Florida. He is buying .+--a ..,-;

ti; of grading;. and clearing thee 2,000 MORECATfLESHIPPED Florida Citrus Exchange is a sort ofreligion MEETING MONDAYA only registered Itock. I The signatures df 'the) Registered .,i

e:, streets to the lake, ((2)' of converting \ with Mr. Curry, and he puts The company Is putting up 400 tons white voters in a school t district of ft '.

fx the lake front into a place of pleasureand THIS WEEK his soul into the co-operative gospel Board of Trade meeting will beheld of ensilage-in three silos One silo I. county are necessary to Call kn elee"l'

pastime, ((3)) of devising ways and Monday nlgrt, Nov. 6, in the City lately was opened and its contents Ion on the compulsory-education law. tk +
', means to accomplish this work and (Continued on Page Five) Council room.Business were found to be in fine condition. I.. The petition must addressed. to 1'

" ((4)) of enlisting therein the cooperation Mr. McPherson is an authority on the county board of public instruction., '
More than head of
2,000 pf cattle were Importance is to be ,;*:
.[ of our City Council and our .fellow shipped to Texas this week from Kissimmee. KISSIMMEE PRODUCE transacted. Members are urged to I Shorthorn cattle, having been chosen! .This board orders, the election, which 1 _i

citizens with the immediate obJ Mr. Elam sent 1,000 head make a full attendance. Visitors will some years ago by the West of Eng- must be held within sixty days after ii

iects of grading and clearing Darlington and Mr. Lester the other 1,000 head.. GROWERS be welcome. land Shorthorn Breeders' Associationto the petition is filed. -t>.t\\: !:...;
avenre from its unpaved part Mr. Elam's consignment went Mon- MEETIMG act as judge at a stock show. He Notice of election must be adverts '.r,'

Just south of Broadway and thence i day, and Mr. Lester's went during the was the youngest judge ever selected ed in a newspaper four consecutive :!
down to the lake, and of clearing I latter part of the week. The Kissimmee Produce Growers, TO HAVE CANE SYRUP MILLJ. by that organization. I weeks before the election can be held. a.
some part of the lake front for use __________
The cattle were bought of E. L. ( the local organization of will ------ -- -- -- -- "{
for recreation add pleasure by our farmers i M. Vyillson, Jr., has been canvassing f ((Continued i on Page Eleven.) +,
.
f Lesley, W. C. Bass, hull BaRf, Ed | -neet at 9:30 o'clock next Saturday '
visitors and our residents. farmers in Kissimmee's S. :
Whaley, W. E. Smith, A. E. Donegan .norning in the City Council room. I(during the last two weeks for vicinity the J J. CATTS HAS '
and Pat Johnston. This association is engaged in 1,000 NEGROES
This request was signed by a majority organizing purpose of getting them to plant aCreage ,
Both consignments before the farmers of this BIG
k were dipped vicinity .
MEETING HERERev.
of the civic committee of the ucient to induce the establishment -
shipment.An along
co-operative lines.
; club. The only signatures missing Visitors interested I here of a .sugar-can or syrup QUALIFY IN VOLUSIA
in I
.,, were those of Mrs. II. C. Stanford, agriculture and kindr..doecupations
.
interesting article on the Gov- are invited. mill.Mr. S. J. Catts held a large and
who is seriously ill, and Mrs. Howard[ Willson i is quite enecjraged by .
v ernorship campaign is printe on page This organization meets enthusiastic! meeting in Kissimmee on
Katz, who i il l out of the city. 8 of this issue. each regularly the outlook and expects to have the last Saturday afternoon. He (Special Telegram.)
on
alternating was assisted -
The board of directors met lastTuesday I l Saturday. mill established here soon. DeLand. Fla., Oct. 26, 1916.
by former Senator J. A. Williams
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morning and, after considerable .. of Gainesville. Burke. Room 8, Baldwin
I discussion, unanimously voted to Building, Jacksonville, Fla. ,
j Democratic The speaking was from the bandstand
Minority
j'I, to take the action requested and calla Committeemen Meet I on Broadway. Fully 500 people Zach T. Bielby a strong supporter 4
) of Knott who
' 'i mass meeting as indicated. attended the Republican -
i were in the audience. The
: Mr. Beall, who has charge of 'the And Denounces Majority And Endorses Catts frequently speakers convention at Palatka addressed
were vigorously applauded.
I r Casino and Dixie theaters, gladly allowed 1- I 200 negroes here last night. Ice ;
Milton
Pledger acted as master of
the club's officers to have the r Demands He declared that Allen had been t
Accounting $4,000.00 ceremonies.
1 use of tin Dixie theater for the meeting Fund, brought out as a candidate for a ;
.::::1 refusing to accept remuneration (Special Dispatch to Tampa Tribune.) In the resolution it is !I Both Mr. Catts and Mr. Williams "white main's party" and that"he did
chirked that Baker, regular; J. B. Hodges. Colum- were in voice, from much talk- i
4I, for its use. -Denouncing the alleged aCtlon'of about $4OOO of the committee' ; poor not believe in it. |
.funds
Rev. S. W. Lawler has been designated the majority of the State Democratic has been spent to the candi- bia, proxy; W. G. Tenbrock is. oward ;I in+ elsewhere, but they managed to He was followed by Rev. Nichols, i
promote proxy; B. J. Brett, Walton, J. tell what '
Executive Committee in r proxy; they thought of Mr. Knott a minister who 4
d to preside throughout the evening. establishing dacy of Knott.Committeemen. II. negro denounce t
King, Clay, regular. and his "recount."
headquarters and spending committee Catts as an. enemy ot the colored race
citizens of funds to bolster the or representatives The Hodges Resolution.The Mr. Williams told how he had gone and all
Many the town are be- candidacy of W. of Committeemen from ten counties urged negro voters to unite
ing requested to address the meeting, V. Knott the minority members of were prr''ent. W. B. Cone of Baker Hodges resolution asking for into every county in Florida and had to accomplish Catts's defeat
the committee (ten in number an accounting of fund. follows found ballot boxes in all sorts of 'con- Bielby is 'with
v both men and women. out of a County, acted as chairman, and Lewis : working Inoepende> 9
Discussion will be open to any* one total of fifty-two) met here today in O"Bryan,of Kissimmee was secretary. Resolved, That the chairman of this ditions and places-where, it would ,'n this county to defeat the Democrat

.''ij{ who desires to speak. I the office of J. W. Burke,.Catts leader. They named a committee to confer. committee appoint committee of have been easy for their. contents to Ie nominees for sheriff and State

n,-'f Sentiment For Co-operation. with George P. Raney, chairman of three to confer with the campaign be tampered with. He also told of 'Senator: as well as Catts. Be wad Instrumental
-' Resolutions were adopted committee of the State Executive nw he had found many errors made t In qualifying? ? J
calling; on'all the JState Committee 1,000{nn-
r. sentiment those who to.aacertain the
are
ac.this
ca..Ja"rn. movement.seems of to be ..of.the. glad Democrats la this amount of money spent and "whether f Comm': '*->e and report through the against Mr. CatU which never had groin; this county. ; '
: one .
corrected.Mr.
f Af-f-co-operation with the City Council. State'Who believe In placing clticen- anv-of such monies have been used for press amount of money that said been Pat Hall, secretary and Arthur' 1
ship above-party to a>. nl.: .' had hand the Catta announced he was going chairman of this
: manipulation rally : the purpose of qualifying the on on 'lUl dayof Rogers dub urged
'It 1 that the eouaeilmen
re-cognised negroesof
at the poll on' Nov 7 and repudl- Florida at the coming oct ,'r, lOtr.;., and whether such to endeavor when elected Governor, lie nefcroes, to,stand byjand rot for
?have really more to do than can be general election -i' to hav e. law that would 'er,.,:>te the
\ Mr. Knott. The .
late unprecedented few
?Mone-within a short tiro. The" city action, of the : I-,th pqrPo"of\voting then psoncy j beep yfsaid committee expenued secretary ;Vlayy-
authorities hays, so" demaada.ontheir 'majority. hemben4)1' the State Com. for any particular Candida to,"' and if expended. ? the amount people to JreeaU incompetent or otherwise ace held poD tax' receipts to the num'rt; ,,

..91))' of maklnsrfliprciv many ment. mittee,, breasting their. ballots for the Among ,those ,la attendance were cf scth..Taoaif} that has}been expend: bad edges: This declaration. metwitbvigoroud her of,21t. ISAAC STEVART.. .
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meant people's ixhpjce.'&V ed and for.which :; applause. ::
Catta. the nom- George :Xf'Dame : the.purpoaetl ,peaLA1HJ .
,
that do it-haajbeen-everythtor; that impossible'shottld'be\fortheniU ,dons nee- Who'wa.Is waixlod.the,,certificate J.' Franklin. ,Cajncun) CitmsvTegtdar.regular ,J.:;W.C J ascertain' from 'said,-campaign ,.I, Mr.;'Catts spent.last Sunday in' SL Clip out the' copy of the Aot rI4ba1-. ,e'
+ Qs ,thf: committee Cloud, preaching in the llaptlat'ebureJa J On page lt'wN MI"iIMu K
\1 .maehlaeiTprovided .' :Svbttheranirof tech : ;
by par. Levjine, Banter, regular : .monT -
and Jeipl' _.. .., ..' ; ,Lewi O'r ." .. *i.Cbntbntod'utr'Ps i(In"(hat city.Sunday night stud,making: reminder;\ when Voting.' It llsl ., .
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FACE THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE '. FRIDAY,. NOVEMBER 3.1.11.

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': \' ooo..ooo chamois skin is used instead at flan;: ''II
ooooo.ooo .o..o 1 < MEN'S, MEETING. J
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KISSIMMEE" SUNDAYSCHOOL nel.I -
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St. Cloud Department 0 CAMPBELL 4o There will be a mens meeting:, led Small tin cant can be used'lor gem
' 0- by Brother Hall at the Methodist ,or patty cake pans by melting'' both
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and hem
Sunday school rooms at 3:30 o'clock; ends from them standing inA
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Kirby Lanier and Miss Fern Howe next Sunday afternoon. Every man dripping pan. The cakes will easily..
NEWS AND NOTES' OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN were married last Saturday, Oct. 28, The quarterly: convention; ; of .the. and l boy in Kissimmee and vicinity is slip out of the bottomless rings ,tr"-;.;

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT by Judge,Murphy Jn his office, in the Kiisimmee Interchurch Sunday School cordially invited to be present. If rubber rigs for use on fruit Jars l
t I presence of a few.friends. I Association was held at the Christian Devotional Committee. have become hard they may: be made' ,j
-' C. S. Acree was a visitor at Plant I church in Kissimmee on' Sunday, Oct. pliable again by soaking for half en ..
I. The concert which was given in people and ,a jolly time was enjoyedby City l last Thursday.Mrs. I 29. The meeting opened at 2 o'clock HOCSEKKKPING:'; HELPS hour in a solution of one part ammonia ..
the Presbyterian church Sunday night' all present. Wade Lanier and two childrenare >p. m., and a short devotional servicewas to two parts of water.

.:, was well rendered and n"MjfJ by a A Halloween masquerade party was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '[ conducted by President W. H. If which Is not to be used Try keeping flies off the screen o

large and Appreciative audience. given by Miss Ruth Bleech at her C(>lib, at Rosalie, this w-sk. I Jones. Rev O. B. Falls! pastor of the often silver Is kept in! 'dry flour\ it will not by rubbing the frame work of the_
Miss Mablo Dorr\ gave a Halloween home on Ohio avenue on Tuesday evening Miss Ruth Acree visited Mrs. W. |, Baptist church, led in. prayer. I II need to be over with kerosene occasionally,
tarnish and will only
party on Tuesday evening: to her and a jolly time was enjoyedtill L. Campbell last Thursday. I "Great Points In Sunday School; I II for at odor seems to be offensive to III.s.
brushed l off when wanted use
friends and a very enjoyable time an early hour. Lucius Lanier of Shingle Creek visited Teaching" was a subject ably dis- mofncnt's notice.A To draw threads for hemstlchlng,

was had. C' L. Bandy and W. B. Crawfordof his parents here Sunday. I ruHse by Field( Secretary I. N. Halli- a rood solution for cleaning silver wet a small brush, draw it, over
:Mrs. Geitrudc Miller of Avon Park, Kis imm..e.were St. Cloud' business W. L. Bronxon visited Arcadia day of Tampa. Ha also]/ conducted a is composed( of one-third pint of am- cake of soap until a lather is ;pr thYr-

who has been visiting: her !slater Miss I callers -Tuesday afternoon. Bartow and :Mulberry a few days. last practical interest. I monia, two-thirds of a pint of alcohol duced l. then lightly scrub the threadsyou
Ruth Bans, is spending: few here days in On Friday evening; last 'n jolly week. I The afternooq attendance was but I II I and a tablespoonful of whitinjtshaken' wish to draw.
Kissimmee and will return on crowd of thirty Epworth Leaguers :Mrs. Lottie Huff was a Kissimmee I small the afternoon being showery. .-
well together. Dampen a
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Thursday. evening.The !' met at the home of !Miss Bonnie Rick- visitor Saturday. I At 7 p. m. there was a goodly au-'I(' the and in
Priscilla club will meet this small sponge with) liquid go The most pitiful object the
--- dienoe. At this hour the lesson '
etts on Ohio avenue. The house was scripture ; it
week afternoon the homeof over the silver quickly\ wiping! off world is n brave, ambitious young fellow
on Friday at 'I'( appropriately (decorated for the season I' was read by Dr. Witherspoon with n chamois skin before it dries made senseless and sour by unrequited -
:Mis Delia Sage. |, ; in cuts and witches in black and CO. SUNDAY SCHOOLSAT pastor of the Presbyterian church, and Silver will polish much' easier if love.
), Miss Margaret Fleming who has ,yellow. A palmist told their fortunes I ev. A. M. Chisholm, pastor of the I
been spending the summer at her old '''and, at 10:30: refreshments of pump- Christian church led the prayer. I .. J '"
home in Ohio arrived home Tuesday UNION CENTER Mr. made and '
kin pies and apples were served nf er Halliday an eloquent
, evening. | which nil wended their way home- I practical address on "The Mission of i CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !
1 :Mr and Mrs. E. G. Hllle'k'man. who ward. The semi-annual convention of the 1h > Modern Sunday School."

I have been visiting friends ill :Minne"ota 1 I Rev. J. B. Westcott and family, who Osceoln( County Sunday School Association The closing; prayer ,nd benedictionwere I

arrived at their home here on have been spending the summer atI'leasant will be on Thursday,* Nov. Ifi.1 by Rev. Dr. Witherspoon. I
Y II MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
Saturday last. View N. J., arrived here las afternoon and evening, at Union, Center I Animated singing was interspersed I
; Sam McBeth went to work Mon
on Friday evening for the winter. church. throughout both these sessions and

\: day for Mr. Hargrave. ,, The L. T. L. society held a masquerade That community will afford cordial was thoroughly enjoyed. .

i A letter was received by Miss Bon- party in.the park on Ohio hospitality to all whq attend, and I -,- "Dodsoi's liver Tom'-! Starts Your Liver Tone tonight t Your druggist or dealer
nie.. Rickells from Mrs. Miller of New Tuesday afternoon afte every :unday:; school in the county C. E. CONVENTION:'; MEETS KclU you B10/ pent bottle of Dodnon'c

u .York saying they expect to be in Sty avenue which they adjourned to the home of should send delegates. . -/ IN ST. CLOUD NOV. 4-5 I Better Thai Calomel and You Don't hack Liter' guarantor'J.oin1; under that my each!personal spoonful' money-will

i Cloudabout Nov. 1st. Miss May Holden, where refreshments It is' expected that ti Secretary Lose lOafs Work I clean jour sluggish liver bettor than a
. The Women's Loyal Class of the I served. N. Halliday will attend and deliver The South Central District Chris- done of nasty. calomel and that it won't
Christian church will meet on Friday were one or more addresses which Would> ] tian Endeavor convention will be held make you sick.Dodson's .
at Quite a number of St. Cloud's young Liven up ;your sluggish !liver! Feel
afternoon at the church. The ladies Liter U liver
Tone real
. be a rich treat to all who may hear:,i in St. Cloud Nov. 4-6. A splendid fine and cheerful make work a
people gathered at the home of the ; your nullicinc. You'll know it next
are busy getting ready a Thanksgiving morning
him. convention is anticipated.PRESBYTERIAN pleasure l he vigorous and full of amhi-
box for the orphans' home. I Misses Doolittle on Tuesday evening. Those", concerned should get busy I i tion. Hut taJm\ nasty dnnpernuscalomel tour UCHUW liter you' will sill lie wake working up feeling; headache fine,
when the time was pleasantly spent I hcvaiipp it Dln011 sick and
1 It is rumored that Postmaster John- and get ready for this convention and CHURCH.The ;and I dirzmcHN /pone; Htoiimch will be
lose work.
Halloween a day's
with and stunts. you may
ston has sold his Ford and bought an I music through it get ready for the State Calomel' is mercury or quicksilver KMd-t 1 and buwtlii ifgulur.
\ automobile.Miss I An entertainment for the benefit of convention which will meet at Lake- subject of the sermon at this winch causes necrosis of the hon..... Poilxon's Liter Tone U entirely ""I""-
the library will be given in the G. A. Calomel crashes. into bile like table, therefore harmless and\ nut
ti Edythe Jenness! is visiting land on Nov. 2325.VNXUAL church Sunday, Nov. 5, will be "The war cnn
R. hall Friday evening, Nov. 3rd at dynamite, breaking/ up. That's when HiiliMtUthe i it to your HnMien.Milliorm .
friends in Kissimmee this wek. Responsibility
of the
I At
_. Strong.
C 8 m. Frances Weightman Selbj] you fed that aw fill nauwa. und crumping.Littten / of pwple! are lining DodHon'.i
D. G. Wagner of Kissimmee, representing p. :';:'; CONVENTION OF night, "Grateful Memory" will be the to me! If \ou rant to enjoy Li\er 'lone iiiHtcad of dangerous calomel
, the New York Life Insurance impersonator and dialect] interpreter CHURCHES OF CHRISTThe topic. I the nicest gi-ntlpHt liter and, lx,\\H now lour Irnl'J"t( will tell you that
of Haines City, Fla.. Admission 25 cleansing ever experienced 1 mat take the Kaliof, Culumcl u almost stopped
}+ company, was in our city on Tuesay cents. Everybody come twenty-fifth annual convention I a cjioouflu you of harmless UoUaou'v Liver entirely! here.
afternoon. if the Churches of Christ in Florida SOUR, ACID STOMACHS, I
Mrs. Thomas Davidson and son. Lakeland*Nov. 7-10.1 I GASES OR INDIGESTION
1" 44449444 4 + 4404 + will be held in
\. Franklin, who have been spending the
> There is expected a large represen- :
:i' summer at New Castle, N. II., arriv- SHINGLE:'; CREEK. 'ation of the various churches; Each "Tape's' Diap"pllin" digests I

ed home Saturday .!night. 4 4044490000090044* throughout the state. Rev. J. T. 3,000'grains food, ending all I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee t.
stomach in
w misery five
: Mr. and Mrs. Rollins and daughter I Boone of Jacksonville will preside at, minutes. I
: arrived last Friday and are pleasantly I h? convention. The Kissimmee Chris- -
located on Delaware avenue for Branson business caller I
W. O. was a
a Time it! In five minutes .11 stomach -
the winter and may make this their in Kissimmee on Saturday.Miss !{ ; distress will go. No indigestion
home. I Lucretia Overstreet spent the \. :M. Chisholm. Mr. Chisholm will heartburn sourness or belching of FURNITUREWE ?
? Miss Eda L. Epple] alias the Princess week with her hater, Mrs G. C. Bron- leliver an address at the convention. iras, acid, or irritation of undigested -

;, Zingara, entertained the ghosts, I Ison. while Mr. Bionson was away SERVICES I'breath I food, no or headache.dizziness, bloating, foul

witches and gypsies at a Halloween |looking; after his cattle. CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Pape's Diapeosm is noted for its

y1 party at her home on Carolina avenue I Friday last Howard Anderson motored Rev. A. M. Chisholm will preach speed in regulating upset stomachs.It .
on Tuesday from 1:30 to 4::30. p. I out from Kissimmee to call on the Christian is the surest quickest stomach HAVE
Sunday morning at 'remedy in the whole world and be- IT !
( m. The guests received on the
were homefolks. To Thee!
hurch on "What Is That I sides it is' harmless. Put an end to
porch, which was fixed up as a MoorIsh Walter Bron n was a business Follow Thou ,Me." At night he will stomach trouble forever by getting a
I //room.. The house was decoratedin caller in Kissimmee on Saturday. reach oft. "The Prayer We Should large\ fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin -
the witches' colors of black and Lucius Lanier spent Sunday with brief from any drug store. You real
Help (Answer, Our services are ize in five minutes how needless it is -
e ;yellow. The usual Halloween stunts his parents at Campbell Station. and brotherly. to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia la connection with our Hardware line we carry a cenpleU '
i were indulged in, such as ducking for Misses Cecilia Overstreet, Ella May 6r any stomach disorder. It is the Eat of farnitare. We make a specialty of atfittiaf kernes, aidfaadl. : :
'
apples guessing the countries from REVIVAL SERVICES. quickest surest and most harmless .
Gilbert, Ruth Clark and Alberta Hop- BAPTIST . reliable rwr' '
t post card views; and fortunes were son, Epworth Leaguers of the Kissim '' services stomach (doctor: in the world. ', > ...r-.:: :;:
told by the hostess. The centerpiecefor mee Methodist church 'motored out Revival be held at the "

the dining table was a gypsies' Sunday night for League services al I, Baptist church, beginning next Wed- oooo.ooooooooOOOOOtOOt." Bed Room Furniture, Dining .
- kettle, around which five witches Miss Over- I icsday evening. Services will be con-
the Shingle Creek church. M. TILLER"BMJ5i2L5J8SHS
danced. Each guest, as they filed up, street conducted a very interesting lucted by the pastor Rev. O. B. Falls. I Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits,. Par-

took a Hobo lunch fastened with a meeting. After !services Miss Hop on EPISCOPAL (a'ILIIEETIG.: :'; )!. lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
three-pronged stick and a glass; also] organized l a Junior League society. J ,
the favor a Halloween basket filled Miss Iva Niswonger was appointed A regular meeting of St. John's l i Couches Etc.
Realty and sold
with candied ,grapefruit, then each superintendent; Albert Bahb president i- uild of th-3 Kissimmee Protestant bought I ,

one called on Witch Hendrix to serve Susie Tison first vice-president, Episcopal church will he held at the Houses rented ), --- ---- ---

: punch, which was delicious. Th"n the I Fred Babh, second.vice-president, Ray tome of :Mrs. H. W. Thurmnn, on Taxes paid and Title verified J
I for non-residents. This store it making a record for itself in the matter el
ufter-
photographer appeared on the scene labbette street next Tuesday
t
and the weird bunch had their pictures Gra-d : man. No7, at :3 'o'llock. Fire Life and Accident In- I helping people to outfit hornet. Come sod tee. Our prices arc

i taken out under the papaya tree. Lee Hul>h secretary, .and Kilmer ,Al- All persons who are interested in ranee. right
Those present were Mesdames Bir- man treasurer. he Episcopal church' are invited, tot f Indemnity Bondi. I --'------

cher, Hendrix, De Gerald] Shaml>ow, Mrs. E. L. I D. Overstreet's brother \ t:;nd. ,
.OOOOOOO c OOOOOOt06
Harmon Daugherty, Drought, Doughty Mr. Paiten, has brought! his family -r- ', TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
Vreeland, Vteder, Nichols Phipps, here to spend the winter. They are r '
't Jaques Misses Edna Wainwright and residing in the Dennis property.Mr. ALAN MacDONOUGH C.F.THRASHERSHEE7
J.
Ella McAllister and little Miss Alice and Mrs. M. :M. Miller of KIs- METAL WORKER 'No matter what kind of an Engine you hare-Gas, SteaM,

r Drought.Mr. simmee celled at the home of her Registered ArchitectAND Metal Roofs put on and. Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Toels ye*

and Mrs. Alonzo Vincent and sister, Mrs. G. C. Branson Sunday. ENGINEERBRONSON Guaranteed I need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc:,

Mr. and Mrs Gripp Prathor ,who George M. Overstreet has departedfpr BLDG. KISSIMMEB. PL A. PHONE I49.R KISSIMMEE FLA all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will
have been spending; the summer at DeLand Fla., where he will bea surprise you. This store .has the,, reputation of handling only

Burns Kansas, arrived home on ,Fri- student: in Stetson University.Our !I IDON'T hardware thai is of superior quality and yon will make BO ad.-

day evening{ last. pastor Rev. Reeves, preachedfor take in coming here NOW and inspecting oar big stock.
a A masquerade was gfven' at the us Wednesday night/ nnd he will THROW AWAY YOUR
lake shore club house last Thursday have regular' preaching services Sun-

by a large: crowd of St. Cloud young day. PEG A. WAY MONEYBy
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ALL SUPPLIES B
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foot front 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil Write For Prices And l' 0 0.. o.o. +o.*, 'O' 'O'-oo o'Ooooo ..
adapted for Rags, Sacks, Bones, Etc., : OO H ou'(> 00 0.0000'..<>

.) Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen' inch fall to city Catalogue Etc., and Pay Highest I r '

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;'"/ end of,variations Is that of the pocket. for school and afternoon'frocks.. Both HEALTH; ITEMS f draJa awaythe,water,throw.the cwt,

11' High, Medium or Low, Waistline! ? : Through the long.if. of the pocket plump and sfender''girls can wear this '"---'--", rant onto a cloth to: dry, ,them- and do.
I it .has been truly amazing to watch style becomingly. The only way" to keep lips from not hie 'until, they.are: .eoot':
.
t Much. Diversity In Autumn Styles the resources of the. .designers, who To vary the long, coat .which is always looking: too 'large and full II'to,keep' ti:..,.,.. W

-:--- have, ney rY,?Jacked in bringing, out ,:an essential.. IJ {item of t.he.lrl" .themouth) closed. J jA mouth ,closed One, of'the ,chief! reasons) whyf so-

I NEW: YORK- NOT.sppndence :( in the. lower, portion of,Chs shoes.:Kid; something rnovel, .In, thiss)direction; ..- ,. tightly; gives: added strength! and character 1 called"clear'soup' is,often cloudy' is
'
I
;-0:" ,)=It- is hardly and suede are used for the tops in and )yet}-new.7treatments.,..are f seen ; to the lace ,and, as somq one I .because every t trace;: of fat'has net
',. tko: know; that the waist 1'-CoITe-1 preference to cloth this winter; .-' every day, for large and small,pockets .. very sweetly added, keeps a lot. of beep removed from the stock. Allow
. .
:...... : ,the stock to become cold': end ''aoUd.
creating a great deal In heels there Is a combination of :are at Ull I.ln'vO&'UO. on garments of t people, out of trouble. I
y ;Somehow we have come the Cuban and French heel. called every.1 kind, pnd for every .occasion I then remove all the greas...

'' from the vacillating nature it has always the Cuban Louis, which 4s excellent from the simple, ''tailored waists and I once knew a woman'wno suffered Occasionally',there is boll .. a
,
a man
=* shown that it could not remain for' the walking .hoe, skirts to the most dressy frocks and s extremely from nervous exhaustion.At who starts an argument with his-

4 fixed In'an,-0114I place for any,length For'dressy indoor wear there are suits. such times one would take a warm wife, but that is no sign. he can stop
'of time. Just at present it is at its very'attractb.. Colonial pumps, with In afternoon frocks, a most charm.. bath into which she had dissolved a It.

I ""' >I ld diversion of keeping us guessing rhinestone and cut-steel bnckles, ing effect,is the soft side drapery' on tablespoon of epsom salt.'to' ; a bucket 10 CENT "CASCABETS" _
'" t what its real intention is. Frocks which come in all sixes from the very skirts,; falling like a. cascade This of'water; This she found beneficial IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE
Paris have shown that many tiny buckle no larger than a button style fs exceedingly graceful in soft in many ways. It soothed, her nerves

'. or the low line of the Moyen Age, to the large ones in round, square and satins, silks' chiffon velvets and even and acted very pleasantly on the kid For Sick Headache, 'Sour Stomach,
',bile others take the raised line *of diamond( shapes. in the pliant -serges and !other soft neys. Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They
woolens. The dress shown here ildstrates ---- Work While Yon Sleep }i''

:I Autumn Styles- Are' Diverse this pretty mode. It is fashioned .. The best remedy for drawn lines -\\
' It is especially true this autumn of soft satin with a collar of Furred Tongue Bad Taste, indlpestion. -
about the mouth and which
Skin
eyes you Sallow and MiserableHeadaches
; that variety Is one of the greatest
fur cloth and a banding of fur aroundthe
't I so often see on the face of tired and come from a torpid liver
charms of the styles. Although) ,those edge of the skirt. The waist is in nervous little women, Is rest.-pure and clogged bowels, which cause t +
who have been looking for'l evolutionary jumper effect outlined with biaid/'and/ and simple rest. your stomach to become filled with l
changes in the fashions have,. no there are extensions at; the sides undigested food which DOllra' and
doubt been disappointed they will ferments like garbage in a swill
which end in little pockets.Flat . FOR COOKS. barrel. That's the first step te
certainly admit that the diversity' in braid is one of the new dress untold misery indigestion, foul:
the present styles more than makesup trimmings, and the lacquered braid Is I When mixing mustard dampen I gases, bad breata yellow\ akin
for the absence of anything that one of the prettiest novelties )in this first with a little vinegar, then sxfd mental fears everything that is
horrible und A Cas-= s'
mi.'ht be called radically different. line. It has a dull polished finish.Afternoon warm water sufficient to make it of caret tonight wi1d.nauseating\ .... your constipated
Fresh interest is always being arousedby r the consistency. to be poured easily bowels a thorough cleansing
the clever variations of the present into the mustard pot. When it coolsit and straighten yon out in themorning.
straight full silhouette that meets will become thicker. A pinch of salt Thoy work while you
t'J sleep--a 10-oert box froji your
the at turn. '
eye every added to it will the color.
preserve
druggist will feeling: good
keep
m MaGu. you
full
Although the general rule is for months: *
straight-hanging! .klrts,.there are dozens ;-
?
To swell currants for cakes after AfleeTriN s
and dozens of skirts of this type Tat flush Tact Dots Net Use!
they are picked pour boiling water Seca.- of IU tonic end ....U.. *Be which differ widely one from the oth- viva naoMO QDININB! bet........ordinary.
over them and let them stand ._ ..
One of'the most noticeable fea- cover- OulnlM ud doe not cauM .a nor 4
er. ed with plate for two minutes rlncins in head. Remember the fill BUM mmVK& \
tures which accounts for some of the w over a SW-tlM. .icn t.r ol R.;, W. OJIOVK. K .
differences is the uneven hem advo- A Heavy Coat For All Kinds Of

cated by many of the Parisian houses. Weather. ..oooo..oooooooioo "t.1
In some skirts the effect is obtainedby wardrobe smart little oat suits are r

a gradual lengthening at the back.In now being worn as well. For dressy

i ,', others, panels at the front and wear these are of velvet wool velours RADIATOR BILL 1
C Moc.ri back or at the sides hanging several and duvetyn; and for general use they

. inches below the hem of the skirt. are of serge, gabardine, checks and ;i

r ar" When fur is used to edge skirts of I mixtures. (CHARLES: ERIKSON: ) :

this type, it may be placed at the Embroidery in colored sillM wools ".
I Ir of the the sides of the and beads is as popular for young
adges panels or Has moved his shop next to Starling's Fleming i:
r 9 Dark Green Broadcloth Trimmed With skirt, but not all around; and this is ,I girls as for women. They also haveas '
1 '" Black Silk Braid. another means of varying the placingof wide a choice in dress materials building. He is prepared to do all kinds of \

; fur of skirts. Some of the and colors. Green, dark brown, deep d'i:
banding
;., the Empire and the Directorie:, period;
t but between these two extremes the French designers who lay particularstress red, and blues of all shades, are used Sheet Metal Work ,2
for their coats and frocks. :
'i I' normal waist line is also to be found; on the uneven hem are Callot, ,

BO that it would seem thatch these Bulloz, Agnes and Beer. I Ip THICK .
GLOSSY
HAIR
it are correct just now. Some dreSE. shave Not only skirts, but coats, too are FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls such as Automobiles for Residences, Gasoline ,
'+. settled the matter by having marked by tho uneven hem. Not a Tank for and Boat Fancy Chimney ?:

(, two, or even three belts, so that they few droop at the sides while the frontIII Mcc.u, Try It! Hair Gets soft, fluffysnd i Tops, Bodies for Car Fenders, Etc., in connection I sl i
with his regular work. '
'\\I may declare themselves strictly neu- beautiful-Get a 25 cent ,

t(f tral. The belts, when there are two l
I bottle of Danderine.If .
t > or three together, are of necessity you care for heavy hair that \ REPAIRINGAutomobile {
J. '' quite! narrow. glistens with beauty and is radiant
Belts, by the way are quite an important with life; has an incomparable. softness v
' Dress Of Satin and is' fluffy a..id lustrous, try l
: adjunct to one's costume this With Draped
> Danderine. Radiators 'and. Fenders :
\ season. This is due partly to thei' d Skirt Just one application doubles the ,
't r vogue of the loose, wrapper-like Some New Sleeves. beauty of your hair, besides it imme- Repairing Turpentine Stills in the i ; ::
, ::' dresses, which require some form of There are several new fashions in diately dissolves every particle" of
belt to hold them into the figure; and \ IIu'a sleeves and among them the most dandruff. You can not nave nice county a specialty.
,)r heavy, healthy hair if you have dand 2
:' ', 'BO there are all kinds of belts, both striking are those that are quite full ruff. This\: destructive scurf robs the
,f v narrow and wide. A great many are at the elbow and fit snugly below It. hair of its lustre its strength and its j

Y' ; ornamented with gold and silver ,or The leg-o'-mutton is being brought very life, and if not overcome It produces Satisfaction Guaranteed. 4
forward again and eleeves with' a feverishness and itching of -
aoutache braid soutache being one of deep (
the scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen '
i; 'r; the novelty dress trimmings for fall cuffs are very popular, Quite a novel and die; hen the hair falls out 16 DARLINGTON AVENUE. I
and winter. Idea in sleeves ;"Was noticed in a blue fast Surely get a 2 -oont bottle... of .
One of the new one-p} eee frocks serge dress ,:trimmed with' moleskin Knowlton' Danderine from ,any drugstore ''I' -/ .t'5\ '. "1.
.showing the low waist line is illustrateA fur at 'the collar, hem and pockets.1 It. .and. just try it. ... . ... .. .. .. . . .... :

:'\n'the sketch. The line is defined had tight-fitting sleeves, the upper -jai sal ,;>(

i c'" "by two rows of braid, and this trim- part of which was of fur and the deep 't.,

J,.. wing is again repeated with the purpose cuff oT blue serge. .
r '' of outlining the plastron effect I There are few coats without pock :

G: .; in front of the dress. To the majorIty eta. All are very snug and comfort- Duval Fair Jacksonville
) of women this is a becoming mode able, especially the all-enveloping! topcoats County ,

w l_ and a pleasing departure from the : buttoned to the nock/and covering ,
: \J plain, straight-hanging lines of the the entire dress. The coat in the Is-

1 } loose, chemise dress which has been illustration is of heavy velours with

: :: holding sway so long. Black silk large bone buttons and very large I
:1 braid is an effective trimming and MOCa7 gathered pockets. Few women will December 5th 6th 7th 8th and 9th

very pleasing on a dark-green cos- be satisfied without one of the practical
tume. The rich dark greens and wine coats, which may be used in all.. i
shades continue to be highly favored, kinds of weather.
I as well as purple and royal blue. 'Children's Fashions. la addition te the exhibition of Duval County products tills great fair Will bare features aiak- #

:- Trend of Coats and SuiU. New Coals Are Long, With High Children are not neglected by any sag it an event of State-wide interest and inter-State importance. Every hoar of the five days will be tiled :+
means, by those who
1 The first chill days of October have Collars And Deep Cuffs. A great deal of attention set is the given modes.to I with amusement and instruction. Send anything yon, have to show; then come your self, and bring yew ;"
brought out smart suits and ton
many and back are even, and some coats their clothes, which to a certain degree family. Reduced rates on all roads entering Jacksonville on exhibits and for w
fIIo": coats. For top coats, the full length passengers
f with full, rippling peplums are a good follow the fashions of their
i. reaching the bottom of the dress is
deal longer in the back than in the elders.
I .If generally favored. Coats of suits, too,
rl are mostly long, the three-quarter front. J The Russian blouse style is frequently ''Agricultural Exhibit Live Stock Pig Clubs

i 1 y' length being the 'most Another theme which has had no employed for youngsters, both United States Government And Tick Eradication Exhibits ?

;. $' ular.! .
Shown in Jacksonville for first time at a county Live stock will be featured. F
I they have ever been, if not higher, Many exhibits of
i 'r' and some are very large extending Yen need not be an expert to use McCALL PATTERNS fair. Covers 8.000 square feet of space, costs blooded animals from Florida and other Slates.
almost to the dimensions of small
a
t'r cape; so Fashion has given thought to $20000.00 a year to maintain; expense of bringing Tick-free cattle will be shown in comparison with

the comfort of women, who will not Two New to Florida 150000. Represents model farm, infected animals and complete dipping vats'exon -

:r/ Buffer from! chills about the'neck and McCALLdesigns large scale with residence, farm machinery and hibited with experts in attendance. See the pig
JI, / shoulders this winter. Fur collars
i and very deep fur cuffs are the general i for buildings. club porkers! ti

j rule. Hudson seal beaver, skunk, r
kolinsky and rabbit are the furs late Fall
\ gen-
t erally employed and there are also "Made in Florida"Goods Something for the Emits Flowers Plenty of Good, dean

very good imitation fur clothe In use. i Especial desirable Exhibits Women to Enjoy And'egetllbles' Fun For Everybody 'i
for BetweeaSea
t ,n'I\ .Of the tailored suits, an example is

1 shown here, illustrating the high fur sons wear. said Easily Winter made' That Florida Js rapidArt and needle-work All are to be given Concessions sold only
1 collar and deep cuffs in vogue. The
body of the coat is close fitting, but i at bent at moderate ly becoming a manufacturing displays will. interest place. Citrus and deciduous to amusements of the I:

4 ,. below the waist line comes the fulness cost.TheMcCall. State will be deni them. Girls'canning growers will i I I better class. Local I r.
-4 that Fashion demands. 1 show fruits. The nSrrldisplays .
onstrated b y scores olexhibits clubs will be in com pe theaters will
It.. Fashions In Footwear. I will add color.I provide: special {

) sn The cold weather has also brought of machineryengaged : tition. Various domesticscience Vegetables in wide variety ' attractions duringfair

: ; out new high shoes, and it is .noticeable Book of I in converting exhibits will help' will come from allover week. You'll have a

j! ; that the footwear this season is Florida raw material solve I the householdproblems. the State of Flor .good time. S
!
; Everybody
'f : quite conservative not only in height 4
J'
j : f bat'ln eolor. The height of shoes av- FashionsPrice into useful articles. .,, ida. who can come wilL-
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ofl '';'; rages .from seven and M-half to ,

.t '. !. i "tight' and 01HlInche.., ,which ia only .20 c..L Generous prize. offered. Send for catalog and. full particulars to II. 'H Simmons, Chairman
eonederably'shorten than
last
wine
fl .1' : (.J. Mil 3O CM*.) F
;; terj th4ea. This is on account of Lfllrie c Committee. For other. information. address _

the, difference in the length. of' the With rRBH COlT. t r ., D' ,
;; aklrt*:this winter.VLace Pox for'your chotc -
" of s. n .MCCALL A. P. ANTHONY (Chairman County fair Committee
:"front:'and button shoes are /'SSi' AATTaCRQtlsaladee jr ,, ) ,. .
!both hi'demand''and the"colon are tan, ,
.J tnmdredsr of helpful r *"' *
'- .black."dark'. brown'and.'' whiter There IIart suggestions. '
'1''" art."miny.iomtfination. of ,'and \tcCali: Wa1.t Walka.-Pattern C"'M4.No",Tie -.patt.-' eb_. lers.e bOIllM' rtb.i' ( Jacksonville framier .of .
i" light dl'.ti-Inak.r J ComiMoe
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7U. and Skirt Na7435,, : T4Hc. .. y, : y 't: "' % r ( ;
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s' . +
i ;.dark'colors, th"the"I; light;color,In- ,A.' s."GILBERT' MAIN aTREET : i
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"? troduced_In. the ,uypergV/tad the darkS : <' . i {> -
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER J, 1916. ".
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PAGE.4 THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE /

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will 2&ood} to .. A ...... .
Knott poll 28,000. ., .

Of Official BallotCat GATTS HEADQUARTERS Catts will have a'majority. over all IS IT RHEUMATISM ? PERIOD OF LICENSE a3'.,,3Q v : ",.

Copy thousand: ... / 0oe ,_
of .several leading; his near -- .:' .. '

COUNTS THE KITTENS est competitor by nearly 80,000 votes Aren't You Really. On "The. Wrong GRANTED PURP 8B', . , ewr .

I CATTS DEMOCRATIC4100 Track ::I. .'1'0" WHOM FOR WHAT r. .,"w '"w

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It Oat Rfrnc Jt; ? 1 From. Te ::
For CAtTS DEMOCRATIC' COMMIT --.:.. SJ. Wb.n h. "WbenJ ; eti! .
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Following, is forca on the
r :The names of candidate*''' for public for Governor to be case in the electionon Jacksonville] Ffa.. Oct. 81, 191;. is caused by weak kidneys. . y "a's
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f offices, and the order of their arrangement When 'the Iddneyk: fail to clear the Palace Dru,[ Store. dru..I.t -..-. ? If" .". ;' a'oo COO''.Oit i
Nov 7. It I.! issued by the Cotta Woman Tougher Thaa Man.Although r-- J.'.
lit'' J. Z. Roberwn d'U..I.t
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ballot which blood of ." ?
on the official on I uric acid, the acid Irritatesthe The F.mll Store; merchant ---- .. .. ? 100 I.eo '
headquarter at Jacksonville: men as they run, are, merchant ? I 1.60 ,
Osceola county voters will MARK ( delicate nerves. Torturing pains 117 N. L. Rogert' -------- H H" " less .
Al.chua-e.tta. 40 cent; Knott. perhaps muscularly than 1111 Mr.. A. Trr.e. m.rphant--------_ ., H H .. H H JO'OO 1.1. .
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their selections in the election on Nov per stronger dart through the affected part whenever 1111 Pralher k Lupfer garage -.--.-- .. .. .. H 10'0. 1.00
40 cent Allen 20 cent women their inability to withstand 1111 Dr, W.V.. Carson denll.t .. .. f.o
below. per ; per it is moved. strengtheningthe ------- H U'OO
T next, are printed By ::11 J. A, Barclay, real estate a.. .. .
1.0.
B.ker--On: total vote 85 per cent the elements and their reliance upon 133 k. Dennis a Co., merch.nt "Oel .
The name are arranged alphabetically kidneys, Doan's Kidney Pills have A. - .. .. .. .. oM' 1'00 .
.S Catts; 10 per cent Allen; 5 per cent clothes places] them considerably be- l8a Walt..r ids baggage "wagon ----- .. .. .. .. .. .. .... t.
00
without regard to party affilia.tion. proven their worth in thousands of 1841 H. 1t. In ram merchant 00------ .. .. .. .. .. l.00
Gazette baa Knott low the so-called weaker sex in the 136 A. S. Gllblrt! merchant ___ ___ .. .. .. I .. .. ... 16.01& ,
but the so-called rheumatic
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Valley cases, lumbago, 1811 Nark F. .a 'il. S. Ce, turp. etlll __ .. .. .. .. .. H 1 p.'0. '
placed an X before the names of Bay-Allen, 15 per cent; Cotta 50 matter of unclothed toughness. sciatica gravel and urinary disorders.' U7 Mra. E. E. Wella. alJt F A or PhiL .. .. .. .. HI'' .10"

wo-I II Mr.. E. E. WeI1.agLAachen&Mu' ;. .. .. .. .. .. ...
35 cent. clothes for
I t that Democratic pet cent; Knott per men wear ornament; Doan's .__.__ ,
,; Democratic candidates so are well-known in Kissimnvee Jl9 State Rank bank ___ u ? .. ? .. .. .1&00- .
familiarize themselves Bradford-Catts, 80 per cent; Knott use them as a protective and 140 M. 'Tlller. .let. Phoenix: Ino, Co. u .. .. .. .. .. ..
voters
may warmly recommended by Kissimmee" Ill M. Tiller Prov.-Waeh. ____ ... .. .. .. .. .. .
: with the names of the nominees. 10 per cent; Allen 10 per cent. group of men marooned clotheslesson people. Read this Kissimmee 142 M. Tlilert art Weotrh..I..r Flre__ I .. .. .. ? ? !i
143'' 1\1. Tiller Flrrman's Fun Brevard-Allen 25 cent Knott an island in the temperate agt I .. ? ..
per ; zone
of their party. case: 144''' M. Tiller art I'ont. C'a..ualty Co .. .. .. M .. ...f

+ No X or other indicative mark will 35 per cent; Cotta, 40 per cent. might Se I> expected to die ofIn a J. B. Dillard Emmett St., Kissim 145 1411' M.\\'. Tiller II 1 Crawford. ../(1. North lawyer RrlHeh_ .a 1>1. : ? ? ? ? ? .. 10110 6.011. y\

Brovrard-Catts, 85 per cent, Allen, month from drafts and colds and _ _Onn_____. I " ? ? ? 10'00 6.0 .
appear on the official I ballot as It. will mee, says: "I was laid for eleven 14. "t.e Jarrell lawyer .. .. .. ? ? 1'
up 115 M. Tiller allt. MuluH1 l.tfe __ _ .. .. I .. .. T
in the hands of each voter in 10 per cent; Knott 5 per cent. rheumatism. The health of women I _ 1.00 1,60,
be placed .I months; with sciatic rheumatism anda )49 Inrk Bntll, barber hop __n ;; ,, .. .. ? JO'OIl
He must select the Calhoun-Total vote about 1200 similarly placed would suffer little 1611 May LhrU saw mill nu .. I .. ? .. 10'00 6.011
t' his polling place. physician said the trouble was. 161 <1.)1 !IY ather bottling worka .. I .. 6.01/
names for himself! and must place across I which will be cast about as follows: from the enforced exposure. The first brought on by disordered kidneys. I 152, luIJCer k ..Ih..r. bar warns ---1. "" "" j ".. ? .. 6'00 1.60(

(an X) in front of the name of Catts 900; Knott 200; Allen, 160. appears to be, therefore, that in everything -i I waq in about as bad shape as anyone 153'1'04' V H.? T It iutler)0:1110. eh'r.bat bar contr nhnp. _-_-__- ? .-. .?. i I i ?.. .?. .... 3.Ua 8'00 f.60, .' .

candidate for whom ho desiresto I' Citrus-tatts 75' per cent; Knott, but muscle-in vitality ruggedness 155 It. T, But1'r., m..IIaIl1 __ _----I .. .. .. .. ? 75'0 2,0)I 7.5" ..
each I could be. I had taken almost every 16ei I H. 'I' liutI..r, 3 1'.1 tnblcM ._ ___u .. .. I ? ? .. 1 E7.50(
vote. 20 per cent; Allen 5 per cent. character disposition, brainpower kind of medicine the doctor had Jr.. J I 1'0werx lI"rl'lll"t - --- I ... ? ? ? ? LORI I I La''

pre.. IBM,, C, W. 1)111111. m"r..hHllt .. .. .. .. .. I6u, 22e
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No X la placed before the name of i Clay-Catts, 90 per cent; Knott 5 etc.-woman is the tougher scribed, but didn't get any results. I 164'', rule Jrwrlr). I'".. mrrrluull. ..nU .. .. ? 7 5 1 '.75 "'

candidate for Governor in the pr cent; Allen, I 5 per cent. not the weaker sex. 1611 If h. ('ale. nlt il'IAn _ _. ._ .nU I I'" " I .". .. "" JO'OIl'( 6.llIt.
any finally used Doan's Kidney Pills and _ _ _. 13.0(4 ,
Itli9llaens 1. I Rank, hank ... .. .. .. .. ...f.u
list as printed here, because two Democrats Columbia-Catts, 70 per cent; I I noticed their effect 152 a Thoma. lI"rrll"urh' ___ ____. I ? 8'O6 .
good right' 11
GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"TO away. \G3'' 1IIr., N. no.ro. "p'hnnt _ ___ _0 I :: :: :: .. :. .: 0540,, 1..60
., are contesting for this office. Knott, 20 per cent; Allen 5 per cent. Six boxes made me feel ever so much 1r.4, l\Ialll. 11I.II.h'. uev hunt _ __ _.___ 1.6.. r#j

There be voters who Dado-CatU, 60 per _cent; Allen j CONSTIPATED CHILI better." 1651 I': I. Jnh".n lI"r..h""t u _ ': :: :: :: :: :: .: 800! 1.5'

may many 160 F. H. lawnon 1I""h"nt -. --- I .. .. .. \ .. .. 81 nil
,1 would find this list useful if they clip- 25 per cent; Knott 15 per cent. 1 ] "FruitLUve";; I I Price 50c, at all dealers. DbnH 1611 4' 'tll"f..rd.: men haul __ u _ .. .. ?.. .. .. a.Of 0 dIs
Delirious c.n't harm II 1' tRIII.\\. merchant _ _u. .. .. .. .. .. 15.00 75"
ped it out and took it with them to the DeSoto-Cath. 2500; Knott, 1400; tender little Stomach liver simply ask for a kidney remedy: 164 Kt"R Ice R I'01d 141' .I'u.lr4, '. fart". .. .. .. .. .. .. 16.1') 7.6't' _
1000.DuvalCotta. I 170I' It Milk III""" 4', m, r'Io"t( 111&11 H.2"
Allen I (1
polling place. ]It might aid their. mem- and bowels get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same !I 171V.. '.1 Makln" C4 'H'III"t, _ :: :: :: :: :: .. 9 o(4 4 .,'

in avoiding mistakes. 50 per cent; Allen, that Mr. Dillard had. .Foster :'' 1.2 t H'. lrltfln ", ...dalll _ hU ___ I .. .. .. / /6e, b5 '
ory "
: cent Look at the tongue, mother! If 173 Mra: Julla .."..., m..rrhnl1t h _ _ I ".. .. ".. .. .. .. 905'' 1.6"
G. W. Crawford Democratic nom ::0; per ; Knott 30 per cent. .. __ _ I I
) Co. II
Props., Buffalo N. Y. A Cpbl garage -' - -- .. .,
coated little one's : ::
liver ? I" ?
s'ambia-Catt 50 cent Allen your stomach 1781 lr 1', ., merchnnt, r 1 .. .. .. .. I 900I76 I5
: inee for State Senator from Osceola per ; IC'h"'fl..I'r. "
and bowels need cleansing at once. ] K !> r..IHuranl _ __ ___ I In' 00 550

a, and Orange counties has no opposi- :35 per cent; Knott, 15 per cent. I When peevish cross, listless, doesn't Irregular bowel movements lead 1771 A. A. Martin pll..t"/rIIl] I :: :: :: :: :: :: /300 %.6... l179t
.. aOO 1.6"
_ tion. Neither. has. any-of the--Democratic Franklin-"" Catts, 275; Knott 325; sleep,c'eat or act naturally or"is levI cluonlo constipation and a"@onstip1 -17"111'C'. \\'. lIarrl'(3olalrtrh/ k. r0.merchant. herrhnnl -:-:.-_:-- { -- o -1.-._. .0 .. 944{ ttM1: / :,:.

for offices in Allen 150. I erillh, at.omach sour, breath bad; has 1901[ A. Itoap. hotel i IIII :: :: :: I :: :: :: 6.110 3,613IIIII
nominees county sore throat diarrhoea full of cold, habit fills the sys m'with impur'ties. !t H Flov d' merchant .= u _=: ::=: I ;- ,- ? .. .. .. /.60: 2 21 '
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Osceola county. Therefore that section Gadsden---Catts, 1 BO per cent; Knott HERBINE is the bowel 1821 Ire E i, \\'ell.. r"1I1 ..t( ngt. 1 .. .. 1t100 5.1t'
give a teaspoonful of "California great regulat "
w Syrup IH3 N'. Ii Hlon. m..rrhll"l - _- .. : .. a ""I 1.6" .
of the ballot is not printed here. 40 per cent; Allen-10 per cent. | of Figs" and in a few hours all or. It purifies the system vitalizes IH4( A. JuhnH, IlIrnl"r yard u I ".. "" .. I "' .: .. ] 1600 710

Hamilton-" Catts, 600; Knott; 300; i the foul constipated waste undigested I 196 'm. Kaabohm pti..to.-ro 1her _ _ I .. .. .. I 5 u"t
the blood and the I ()(
puts digestive organs 156I'alker N Hllfard, m..rrhHnt ___ .. .. ''I 1.51
For United States Senator. Allen, lOff;; Socialist 50. I food, and sour bile gently movesl in fine vigorous H7 1. O'Itryan lawyer u.u_ 1: I 10.00
out of its little bowels without grip- condition. Price INN 11.10" Parkrr. lawyer _ ._ _uu_ 1 :: :: :: :: :: 1011II 6,0(1 .

Vote for one. Hernando-Catts, 70 per cent; ing. and you have a well, playfulchild 50c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.The leg btrn Ii F. How. merchant, u __ I I .. .. .. 306.. 1.6"
1 1110 III H Cuahman. . .10 ( /
III6,00
ph.I..I"n .
R. L. GOODWINWM. Knott, 20 per cent; Allen, 10 per cent. again. Ask your druggist;/ fora i 191 W, Ii 1II00oom. m.'rrl"t, _.. .. ..I I '. ".. ".. ".. 1.544.

R. O'NEAL Jlillshorough-Catb, 60 per cent; 50-cent bottle of "California Syrupof : neck line that is off from/ itfe I92 Klssy T.I..I..I ..x'' _ .. .". I .. "" /29(1! 21.45-
which 193 (' A. H..I.ln..n.In O'r01 I".. .. .. .. .. Y50
Figs full
contains directions
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X--PARK TRAMMELLFor Allen :30 per cent; Knott 10 per cent. for' babies children of all -i shoulders, or very nearly so, and i 194 A .r 1 :\1''I'.nollh' orII.t( _ _' .. .. .. .. .". 500 I 26"
ages straight across the back and front 195 S H "I.mc.t"r ] 060
bullock
61111I9fi .
300 u .. .. .. .. ..
Holmes-Catts 1400
Knolt .
; I
Presidential] Electors ; '
: and for..,rown-ups. continues in good style. : .1 1 F F..rrl.. ,,'nl "CUIII, _ .. .. .. .. IlOilO roo"
) Allen, 100.JacksonCuUs. I i 1"7 Phillip" IM'x.I m. I. hunt, .. .. .. .. .. 3 "'"I I Rn14x'
Vote for six. -- -- Hukl .v k MOraa ". Inml'r , 15.01 751)i
W. R. BRYANT 65 f r cent; Knott i I !'" I' Moo, 1Iialrl Log 144(011, aid- I :: :: :: :: :: 44,4, 2.6J

I 2,1f,, lirnr, .luhnan. m,'rrlunt, .. .. .. I 3 4"i' I 611 (
25) cent Allen 10 cent. "
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per
x-J. TURNER BUTLER per ; LTOENSESll 291 .r I \V. 1111d.'r. phot0grnph.' 'r u __ 6'1/1' E60'I'2
J'ffenon-CuUs; 1 60 per cent; Knott T S Ih. r. n", rranl' _ I! '.. :: :: :: ,:: :: 1 16"

X-MARTIN CARABALLO .t.., ..1.....*..* l.nnrd by tie Tax Collator' ....pl..f... .., 12".1 JII"R" W II Anpdd, IL/'dips' 4,42x. .. .. .. .. .. I //I.lInl 2.50
I WASHINGTON CLARK :30 per cent; Allen 10 p.r' cent. rttrra Hlrd with for (<< omity J..d.* fur floe prrlod krirlnnlnic o the wb/eh flriM 10"nr., ', 2)4) S .r S c rth"r r" ,'al .share eat . I I.. .. .. .. .. .. 1" IIII' 600

.ake-'CaUs, 65 pccent: ; Knott C>...0..0'. A. I) IBIB, lOad rmaimm on ibe I..f day l oftnl>. n A. I). 1"111.tlu) f :New.: Nt 1 CIouQ, \I"t.h".1 I .. .. .. .. .. .. I U nut 7 50tun
X- J. P. CLARKSON : r. 2116''' )ira 1\1 :\1. Sunup" ra, teal I'Rt ....t. .. .. I .. .. .. lu 6.0"
30 cent Allen 5 per cent. 21171 J. h. (Chunn l.h'RI..I..n __ .n .. .. .. )ou0, 600 e"ufi
;
FRED A. COLES per a -:;::- 2".1' F VVnlter. fllrnltll' mf._ _._ __ I 10 0'0"

TRANK W. COTTON afayetlft}Catts, Ru+ J per cent; I PERIOD OF' LIcENSF tea tip I 7. l1' Itaxn :nmrrrhan:: :: : -= -' :: :: :: : :: :: :: 9 :::"I: l Oo '
; T A Hurn: mrrrhant : = : : : 1.642311I
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:30 cent Allen 5 cent. u. .
Knotft 0 "
; per
per Ir, '
FRED C. CUBBERLY SI.'loud 1'ub. lilli Cn CRrlo' I" Gal 6.00-
:J .. .. J .. ..
0e TO \VHOM Fug 'HAT '
Lee-Catts, 750; Knott, 400; Allen E ; :: P1PI I'll.' l'llu "lib'tll ('0 Illtht ..It. .. .. .. 10.0111 been
; HENRY DALLOZ iF GRANTED I'UHI'OSE .::.. -o. 213 O. A HlPech merchant ____un__ .. .". I .. ".. a 110t.60\
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150. 4F 214 ('..rl..on. undertaker ___ 1604
b h .. .. .. 1Z 611
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+ B. W. F0XWORTHY A t To' : ..
From _ _ _
a 215 Ollhrrb m..r'hHnt Sane LROy ,
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'" W. W. GORDON .. Leon-Catts, 45 per cent, Knott 45 a.::3 When \Vh..n 3-.: 3-.: 218 1'F. !Sliver real ee1RlP II Kt.
'? X-FRANK HARRIS per cent; Allen fO per cent. z ( m : '31iterlmerchant" ': ' er__:::=:.==: :.:. :: :: I :..: :..: :r.:1.:: U "'

0 Levy-Catts, 80 per cent; Knott 15 219 I., C. Riddle, dentist _nnu__ 6 0V' '
v MORGAN E. JONES 1 W. O. King real estate allft. ____n Oct... It ,1916>> Oct. 1. lU6 10,00 6.00 ; : grown. mmercchant :: :: :: :: :: 1
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Allen 5 cent. : :: .
LANTINGER per cent; per 2 S. W "ort..r. reelestate RKt. -- --- .. 1000 500 Thom peon, undertRker =: .. .. "I .. .. S6.On ,
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J. E. .
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a M. W. Lawton k Co.. merchant 2:25: J. I. Nieman merchant ______ 300 1.611
70 cent Knott n .. .. 460 h .. .. .. ..
Catts ,
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Liberty .
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JOSEPH A. LUCAS 4 T, C. KaKey. merchant __Un__ S 00 160 J. I. n. man. r..tauranl ..___n .. .. .. .. .. 1111'") 6.0ft
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cent Allen cent. 5 Union Cy press Ca. merchant __ 4611 2'26 J. J. rowan Ira'alle' _. .. 10,110 500
25 6per u - ----- .. ..
i X-MILTON H. MABRY SR. per ; 8 Stand. Oil Co.. wholesale gas dealer ... .,.. ... ".. .. 10'00 ;-00 J. A. Ir.'nraater merchant : ____ _ .. .. .. I ".. ".. 1.110 1.60 i
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Manatee--Catts, 40. per cent; Knott 7 Stan Oil Co.. wholesale oil dealer 25'00 i 12:60: H. E. Wylie c\\1\ \ ..n..ln.r _ 111.011 6.OIt
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(i FRANKLIN PIMBLEY 6 HIli .. Co merchant ._u-._-____ .. .. .. .. .. Slro I6U 1226.1 R G. Reynolds. civil engineer._ __ ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. 10.00 5ot
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oent Allen 20 cent. .. ..
40
per "
per ; 9 J. H. _____ _
X-WILL H."pRICEWESLEY Re..d merchant .. .. .. 300 160 Mach Kro" livery otabl" un .. ., .. ? ., .. 16.1111 I 7.60
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Marion 3500 qualified voters 2400 10 A. E. Drought, real relate agent __ 1000 5'00 :29t t Mach Tiroll.. Oarallt'e __ 10.00 6.00
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C. RICHARDS 10 A. K Droughtat.. Home Ins. Co. .. 160 Mach Bros.. wholesale Rae dealer. :: :: :: .: ?:: :: lo.nn 6 ns
Cattswill .. .. .. .. .. .. ml :
1100 ffroes4. : : :
r: IZ E. NaL Fire Mach 26.00
white about x. A. 1)rought alCt. ---- 2'511 Br wholesale all dealer 13.60 '
CLINTON B. SPENCER IS A. E. Drought, aart. Sun Ino. Co__ :. .. .. .. .. 2'50 K. Butter a :: :: :: :: :: :: 1.60
L. M. STEVENS get of white vote 1600; Knott 14 A. K Drought agt. Nort'n .A.'nce ... .. .. .. .. .. 2'60 i ml K.: f.: Huller.' barber; shop-= =:===:: .. .. .. I.&g&
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e. 100. Whatever of the negro 16 Eo merchant --______ ? 3.00 1:60: Kln..ald II: Snowden m..rC'hant _. .. ". ... 1.00 1.61t
PERCY B.' STICKNEY' 700; Allen' 18 J, W. Mathew. merchant. ________ .. .. .. a.oll 1.50 1235 nixie' Theaten picture show. _. ___ ...:.. .. ", ,::. ., .. 10.00 '.Ot) ,,
vote Is polled .will. be divided between 17 L. Ii Brown merchant. _______ ._ H" .. 300 1.60 2311 Mr. E. E. Welle. art Colonial Fire .. ., .,6D
JOHN STOKER with Allen .18 f4..mlnole Pharma..yl <1r'IKIf'i" .. 9.00: 1:60: 1371.: C. Powers, merchant __.____.__ ., ? .H.. ..00 I.llt) :1
ERNEST THORNQUIST Allen and Knott Bert Baxter' barber :: :: :: : :, 2.00 ''lall H. 8. Geiger physician .. H JO.OO f.0o. "" '
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I: real-esta---------: :: "r :' .;. lgg' '' I a H : .
c'f the larger number. L D. Lamb, 1.,00: : 2a9 A. L Stevena. real estate alrt. __ :, .. .. 10.00 1.00-
'For Representative) In Congress i petting > 11 A., Dle'endor' agt Equitable Fire n "r ,, "' : 5,10 240 A. Hea.el plumber ____ ... : ,". .. .H 1,00 ..'0'" ..
Monroe-About 2200 votes will be I A. DI..nd..r'. .' reel e.ttiSe sRRa. .t'i. "L, H 1000 0.00 141 Ur. W. L. Winn yhyslcian _..-__ 'Of' ''.00 ,'1.00 '

Fourth Congressional ''District. 31 A. 8. w.tt. real estate agent r-=_ -( "'it :I"'i""t,; ''H.. 10:00: 6:00: 842 J. W. Slmp.on dentist ___._.__,. :". '' : '. ," .0"wuw. ,/ ,.10.00 1.00.- ..
polled. Knott :.will receive 300.' The 24 Sol. Rowland boarding house e--. ". ." Of .. Of ," 1i.00 '.60 .43 H. R. Clark b.If.' w..on _____-r- \7' '. a :: 1.. to 1.00)"a.IIO "

,t Vote'for one' balance"about equally' divided between 26 H. F. Rail.. real estate agent ____ ... ... .... .". .... .... 10,00 5.00 244 IIsay Model Laundry laundry -- :: :: :: :: :: : tn.OO flit;. ,
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211 H. F. Rail". .gt. Aetna In" Co __ 245 M. J. HI"k. .._ 11 tlO'
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Al: 'N. JACKSON Allen and Catts. There are about 27 R. F. Rall0. 101ft. Hartford ____ n . 2.611 2411 J-I. IJIC'k..r.on, concrete mfr ____u .. .. .. .". .".. .. 10..00 .00 "
GEROW 28 B. F. gaafle, allft. Norwich Union __ 2.61' 247 N. Parulk..oopulo.. merchant ____ .. ..' .. 1.0" 1.50
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DANIEL 350 negroes qualified and 600 Cubans. .9 H. 'F. Rail... aKt. Northernlose Co. .. .. 1.6" 24' C. L. Hyatt, physician _____ u, __ ".. .. .. ID 00 600
/X-W. J. SEARS two-thirds of this vote. 30 W. A. Drawdy, m..rchant _- __ ___ __ -- .. .. 300 15" 249 Joe Johnston .orve'or _ uh __. .- .. 1000 1100'
Allen will get .. .. .. .. .. .. "
merchant _____ 250 KloH '. mill 10.00 ,.on
11 M. M. ReynOd" h .. .. .. .. .. 1110 110a2 / ) Novelty V/ka. planing .. .. .. ..
Knott 325 Al- 251 H. E. _ 10.00
For Governor. Nassau-Catts. 640; ; W. N. Darner merchant hn .. 460 221iI' Bryan r..taur..nt UUn 11'2&g
Flr.t Nat! BBank bank __hn____ ". 15.110 7.60 Ida Anthony, merchant' _- :: :: :: :: :,: :: 300
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len 100. merchant Ide 6.00 3.60
;Vote for one. : 4 14 Edwards k urham. .. 460 2 Iii Anthony restaurant .. .. .. .
16 M. E. HIICKan, merchant __ 460 221i 264 F.: E Fairbanks. merchant 300 160 ,
Catts 40 cent Knott nnn .. .uu .. .. .. . .. ..
C. C. ALLEN Orange- per ; 3. 3. 3. Pad", ..tt. meat marke". 6.442.65 J I'hatt'r, real ...t. 111<1. u uu .. .. .. 10.00 600'
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Allen 20 cent. 37 H. C. Hartlemerchant _ __ .____ - 450 225 J W. Thompaon undertaker uu_ ? .. ". 25.00 1250
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GEORGE W. ALLEN .. per osntj per .. .. .. .. .. I "
38 Foeter Newton. pool Ill'' ___ 5.00 116" 267 W .I M..llett, conC'ret"mfr hU 1000 6110
i. SIDNEY ;J. CATTS Osceola-Catts, 70 per cent; Knott 3 5 Footer Newton merchant un__ - - 300 15" 2514 Z Hare lawyer nh-.u __ " " .". 1000 60ft'
40 R IJ. nicker. lawyer 600 259 Manhattan Hotelhotel __ 11100 60"
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'+1 W. V. KNOTT 10 per cent; Allen per 41 Ryan Rros. merchant 3.00 161. 21" ( ..m.ulld.1 Title C".h.lractor .. .. JOOo 600
Okaloosa Catts 80 cent; Knott 42 F. n. M08I..r.. merchant 300 1/10/ 281 1 Platt A Mr.rl..n". dom n..h Rhlp) I 1000 6002U
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For Secretary of State. 43 C. E. Hunt.inger .. 5.001 2.50 ,v.e Hall m..rrh..nt u _ n. ". aoo 160I
15 per cent; Allen 5 per cent. H S. Itrammer merchant 7.50 3.75 M "'I'mlnruoml..... house uh .". .... 6.00 260

Vote for one. Palm Beach-Catts, C32: ; Knott 386; 161: I l E Hargrave Newton, .barber h :: :: :: :: :: 2 300 00: 1541 100 2651.Ivln".t.264 Dr. E n.." Farrla k Tysnn. phy..lrlan lurn, fI..h Rhlp. .". .". .. .". .. 1"001 1000I 600/ 0"

i X-H. CLAY CRAWFORD Allen 112 Socialist 148.i'aecoCatts 47 T. C. Clausaen. barber UU 100 26f.llllarklllu".r.'rrha"t", -- - .-. 3uo 150
A J. E. JUNKINSFor ; 4H John.on' Bakery 3.00 160 2671 F fo" H. l'npe, lumber Yard _ __ ". .. 1600 76J12 ( -
60 per cent; Knott 30 49 J..hnllon'o Bak..ry. : 6.00 26f1 N MI.II L na.rd.. m..ch'HlI _ _ .. .. 300 1,6"
Attorney:'GeneraL 60V It. lodwin livery .. 7.60 37/1/ 2591' I' 111I..rt ag t. ..J..I nurehlnr ".. .". .. 11.00 261.
per cent; Allen 10 per cent. 61 1'. D. Marine.. druggist, -4 Co 226 121" .... I It II..rk..r, real "RI. sal _u ., 1,1, (,lu, 500
K Vote. for one. 40 cent Knott 62 Jodwal'do Bros (' 304 15" State Bank of Kenonotllr. Lank 150(4 16&
Pinellas Catts. ;
M. B. McFARLANE per 63 J"hn A. M'Carlhy. '.I'c.------------------------3 6.0" 26f1 272 A. ,H Reed crate farl"ry hh ___ ".. ". .". .-. lli.OO 750

35 per cent; Allen 25 per cent. 64 K n. Shreve bicycle r 2 611 I 25 273 t.. B (liar. merchant . _. __hU .. ,. .. .. .. .. 3/10 15"
b,? ADMER D. MILLER P. W' Hall A C,., .. 300 16" M I'1"dger. lawver _ I ]000 611I.
Polk Catts 2100 Knott 1150; Al- 661 . 12n'' ._ "
-< ; I.. Irlfnn h..ardlnlC e. IIU 250 I' F. Truc1..II. merchant nh .. 3 nil 150
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5'. X-THOMAS F. WEST len 400 scattering 50. 67 Jo'enn..11 Oro. Cn ,...' '3III, II"/ 270'' 1' 11 Mann A Co mt'r"1 _ __ .-. .. .. 300 1.60
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For Comptroller. 58 T. M. Itivera. physician j III I' 51' 2771 Whitt Irua.. m..rrh..nt .. .. .. 30012741 16,)

Vote for Putnam-Catts, 900; Knott 600; 60 69 J.'.RW. Rt Theater iller, real: thenler est. :: :: :: :: J 1000':: 'I 600 500 2791 i I.)t.. Daugherty Sehllder real. ngt.IHI!Sun,' I"R aK...n'I" ",._ .. t I .. .. .. 10.011 60t 26"2H1' )

it one.XERNEST Allen 100.Santa 61 n. \V. Taylor merchant 31WI 150 Thr Fnmoua "wrrh."t h U U ___ ".. ." ." 300 1RIV "

z'I' AMOS Rosa Catts 40 cent; 112 Young k Wlllle ,,' I 15" \ It Vilhlle. 1'0. R\l'Ch"I\ n_ I .. ".. .. ".. ".. .. 3/10 150
per 53 J Roberts' mrrrhnnt :: :: :: :: I: 3 uU 1 50:: 2"2 .'. E "'1 11 lam)(, lumlr-c f"rf1. __n I 15./10 7.60
;; I ANGELO LETO Knott, 45 per cent; Allen 15 per cent. 611 Z. t, Hide.; : merchant. I 3041, 155 1 31.J.' 14 ('al' ,'.1.. lawyer _ _'''h'.uu :: :: :: :: :: :: \UOO ftOOHOMR
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WM. R. NORTHUP 65 h7. l'. Bryan real 0 0,1 5 I'") _14 I.ro' a, n"rrha"t .._nun_ .. .. .. 760 3.75
;r. St. Johns-Catts, 950 ; Knott 850; 68 .I n. Rrddllt .. :: :: .. :: :: :: 80':1. .': 1 c.. 2'5omlth) '' Share! 'n m..rrhnnt h __ "" "" "" ',. .. .. .. I 460 2212Nf. \
) Treasurer. J I. ('hark real estate __ 10.01t 6(1)2N71o
For State 67 N..A. Nelmeyer, bakery agt
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Allen 650. I ; ,,;; ( ::: 2I"/ .. "
511 I. 4 Lamb, Rat. Aetna I 'n, .. .. .. II. h' IIIc merchant - - - 9044 I.MI
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'' Vote for one.GEORGE. Semiliole-About 1200 votes in 89 L. II, 1.11mb. allft. Hartford 250 2141 .1. I' Klrkw",1 merchant __ _ _ \ 3/10 1
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I E. GAY -' u D. Wagner. alCt I. lie I.. n _u .. .. /.. .. 250 ,219., I' Mnthl restaurant. _ _ _ _ //100 .
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county; Allen 175. ; Catts 625; Knott 71 1' n. Wagner' alCt HArtfo Fire .. .. .". .. 250 290.1 1 It ftoua..r. rn..rehanl _ .u ".. ", .. .... 3011 I 5(4tut
CARL L. HARTER 72I'. n. \I''ltn..r. a..t. Hartford Acc'l. .. ". .. .. 250 Klen Ar... merchant nnuu__ .. SOn 1.6" ,
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400. 73 1). O. Wagner. "Kt. Norwlrh Union 2611 II I' Orlger lawyer .__ _ _ 10110 1 6(10-.
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X-J. C. LUNING Sumter-Catts 60 per cent; Knott 74\ n. O. Wagner' a 11ft. N..tl. Fire __ .. .. 260 Joy (',,),t.. merchant _ u h ".. ". ... 300 I ro...
For Superintendent Public Instruction. 76 11. \I'liltn..r.. a"l. Rr..llh.h Union .. .". .". 255, 2941 A. A. )t..n. dom. /bah ..hll'I") t r _. ".. ".. J .". 10001 600 ,.
e 25 per cent; Allen 15 per cent. 76 n. n. Wagner aKt. Nord-I'.ut..rhe .". .. .. .. 2.110 2951 1 C N Iardner: ..I pc. I'onlr _ _ __ ".. 6.4(11 26"2Uj

Vote for one.GEORGE. St. Lucie-Catts 75 per cent; Knott 77 D. n. Wagner. n..t. H"Jjov..r FIr .. .. .. ..11" P. brodea' merchant . __ _ __ ".. ".. "" I .. ".. 1.611 .
Franklin Flr4 250 H. F A HuH R. R. m..r'hnnt 2.1/1/
78 n. O. Warner a.-I. .. .. uu .. .. .. .I .. 461]
W. HOLMES 15 cent; Allen 10 per cent. 78 1). (1. Wagner 01<1. "amb'lf Brem."U' 2/10/ 2qHI\ 11 lI' ('Hnn. restaurant Uh_ .1... .. HIOO' 6.00

X=W. N. SHEATSFor per 8. n O. Wagner. a..t. Ocean ... .. 2 60 2991 Standard Oil ('n? wholeaale nil die ." .". 1 .". .. .. 2600 12.60
; i Suwannee-Catts 1500; Knott 500; 81 1)i.: \'VH'ltner.' "I
Commissioner Of Agriculture. 8Z 1). O. Wagner spit Rhode l.land.. :: : :: :: 2.60. 31111 Lawson k Over.treel. merchant-. .. .. ".. .". .". .... 3110 1.61)
Allen 300.TaylorColts. '
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88 U. O. Wagner allft. Ynrk.hlre __ 302' T Pearl photolfraph..r ___ n 600 y60
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'S Vote for one. 75 per cent; Knott 84 n. (3 WaR ner. real estate 8"t.__ :: :: :: :: 10 gg b 00 3031 \V. Tt oc1wln. merchant n____ __ I .. ".r .. ED0 160304i
_____ 2.20se A 8 Nelson real eat. __ __. 6.00. <
k l A. McRAE 86 n. III. Taylor merchant II/t. .. .. ... .. 10.00!
X-W. 25 per cent.VoluaiaCatty, ) Dollar Limit Store. merchant ___ :: :: :: :: 000 3.00 311'1 Ose..ui. 1-101.... Co.. deal .u p. .. .. .. .. ,... 11.00 2.60
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r F6Y Justice of Supreme Court. 87 J. H. Robinson merchant n .. .. .. .. ..
650 '..
y6 1950; Knott ; Co. merchknt' .. .. .. .. 4 ((10 S 26S.I 307 Lucy .lone.. m..rrbant .__ ___. _ I I. a.1I 1.51)
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Vote for two. Allen 725. O. "i'.n"Ju.r. merchant _:: I 10.00 600 308 E. Olb\. merchant __uuu_ " a.oo 1.,.. .
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y E. BLYXJEFFERSON Canon FArmer, alft. Royal Ino Co. :: :: :: .. Ug 8091 P.I' Vlln Nallll. garage.-- _ __ I I" 6.0ft
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Wakulla-Catts 80 per cent; Knott 901 Carson Farmer .....t. Oerm-Alner. .. I .. .. .. 3101 ..Ia. (i. 8t..wart physician _____n_ ". I I". 10,110 6.00

B. BROWNE I 9I Carson Farmer al 20 per c nt.Washington""Cat.h. 98 Can on.Farmer. altt. Home ----- .. .. .. .. .. 2'110 :112 Cody A Lanier m..r..hant _____ ._ .. 1.00 '.
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'c JOHN' M. CHENEY 75 per cent; 94 Canon Farmer. art. (11I..na --- ? .. .. ? 2.50 313 Sadle Harris. merchant ____.__ _ ". .. 800 1.60-
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96 Careon Farmer alrt. Queen _u_ .. .. .. 3141 H. M McClaon merchant _nh_ .. ..00
JOSEPH L GRANGER .
Knott, 26 per cent; Allen 5 per cent. 98 Carson Farmer, al l X-R. F. TAYLOR Knott Carson Farmer, allt't. fit Paul F .a M .. .. .. .. 260 8181 Tha Story !'Store merchant _h <_O .. .. 1.00 1.110'
cent
Catts 80 .60
r Walton- per ; 98'' Carson Farmer, allt't. Phoenix ---- .. .. Jan!. M.N ell. restaurant n.. 1..0' 1.61

For Railroad Commissioner. 5 per cent; AHen,. 15 per cent. 99( Carson Carson Farmer.Farmer. alft.altt. N Fidelity Y Undwtr.Ph.. .. .. ".. ? 4,.tg m. R.W. P.B (Mskln.on lllpin I merchant Co.' dlr. elec..sup. :: :: :: I.:: .. :; I.gg Uo '

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Vote for one.XROYAL From all counties as reported the 1001 Carson Farmer. aKt. OIL Home___ .. ., .. .?. 1:8: 025 n. B. Reynolds aKt. P."e Mutual .. .. 5.00
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J .101 Carson Farmer atlrt Royal ES.__ .. lit Gr.yeons C."lno, th..t..r. Apr. 1. 1918 1 10..t. 1. 1916 11.00 ".
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information being 101 Canon Farmer. .ltt. Aetna .. ... 010 II "" .llon Turps Co., lure atll __.. __ 1000 '
,J$ ", J. GOODE the vote will total 88,000 to 90- 104 Carson F.rm..r. art Nor.. Aa.ur'ce" .. 4.110 11 J. . dentist : Oc. 1. lAl6 \ Ort. I. 11 10:00: 1.110 i h, ,
106 Canon Farmer .gt. Bpn11. F .k M :: .. .. .. The Te"a. Co, whol".lIle ell "Iro. po. 1. 1918 Ort. 1. 1..110 '..1 ,
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f CHARLES F. SCHNEIDER will be divided about .. follows Equitable lAfe w 2.50 526 The Texas Co wholesale) dlr.. .. t.
000. and 101 Canon Farmer, act .. .. .. ? gas 1 11.00 .f.
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$; 107 Car.on F.rmer. art RoYal Indem. .. .. .. 2.50 12. R. Haler. merchant _______:___ .. 1110 L75 '.
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a, ; IMPORTANT. CatU. 48,000 to 55,000. 10. FJ. 1. Fennellj pool tables. ------ .. .. .. .. 60.00 5.00 1'1111 U8 W. u. Mur.h drover -r'I. .. ; 60.001; 150.. Y
Fj.. Allen merchant __ ". .
barber shop .
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,In order to vote forPresident, Wilaon Knott 12,000 to 16000. 111 E. L. Fenn..l1. merohattt ---------- .. ., .. .. Ifoo 00 50 10 Bryan Ca. merchant p.... .". .. .. 1.110 .75 t
111 Nathan Ibrler bo.rdln" hoe.. ._ .. A. D. Adkins. barber _ __ __ .
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v.' and Vice President Marshall a Allen, 17,000 to 22000. 11. W. k C. dro. t0.. merchants ------ ." .. 1.10 10'00 ,,1.79 1'00 iiiW.. i. Thom. merchant .... .... r ITO ::7
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1)) rpter MUST vote for the six men It is possible, that Knott"will lead 114 H. H. Breaker pal estate agent.- : .. H w ? H W. Mack,' agt Union C..nt. Life .. .. .. K .1= .- ;,.
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116 H. M. Breaker, flit NlaRara 1)et .. ,. .. I 114 IMrar meat market ____n__ H ..110 T
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controlled vote whichis Sprln..fteI4. 1'1 R. Thompkl- merchant __ ___ .. .. 175
jjy Whom the Democrat have nominatedfor Allen, as the lie H. W. Breaker a..t. .. .. 11.60117 n 1 '. 'i "

i Presidential ElectorJ-01._Turner given 1 to Allen at .tbla writing, maybe 111 Pat 0t01.Johnston HOw., Co.law"er. merchant.-------.s.-- ;...?. .". "" "H"" a to 1'00 10'00' 100 LII ., We ,T,do M.certify hy that. Oounty for.RolnR Jpdge an1 C. L. Randy, Tax con.ctor. .01'..a._ '

''J/1V Clark! 'to 'Knott'at* .'lastme- 1H O. P. a.n.tt-I.wFer -.-----... to 'JO'OO 1:00: CoGunty tie I. corrpct. ". .
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+ :Antler, Martin Caraballo; G. JI' Krlbbu, I.w.e. .-----..w- " ... a.d19 our blu'd. Oalelal Seal of County JudL tbls,2tldar or1 '.
a a a 1000 see A. '.
.. Frank1'Hr idrMUto11 B ;&brTtan4 ment. If this should: be doae,;:Allen' .110 We :J. Steed, I.W.r.____.. .. .. H." 11'110 71 .Ot. 1"
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i 'h THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 19th '1916 .. "l


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Three Bands, Arab Patrol of Morocco Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, in Full Costume of ,one of the Most


3j Spectacular Parades Ever Seen In Florida. Hospitality and the Glad Hand Await You. f '


Of: Special Trains will be run from Tampa and Jacksonville. If you have an Auto, you know there are Good Roads from.your town to Orlando -



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K v- Our Stores.. you will find stocked complete and we ha've a number of special offers for this date.

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. to Staunton Va., and on to Lexington arriving Tampa at 6:45 a: m, .

\ ::: A 1,500-MILE JOYRIDE I wheN the Virginia Military Institute Big, Time In-.Orlando These special can will be parkedin Kissimmee Exchange I American' : cooks t0. Value use the' eg'.**,Vv white: ,* dy',

and Washington and Lee Universityare Orlando, and may be occupied at
more than the erC.folk, bat bow anIs >>
r:;/ FOR THE FUNGS ; thence to Natural Bridge whichanother'lnteresUng (Continued from Page One.) any time. Growers' Pool Fruit the Instinct of the European cook Inv ;
is sight and should .
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< preferring tb.'yolk enD If tbe wbltevcannot
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;:. not be missed. monial is being 0'well Managed and ev PHYSICAL, ODDITIES.In .- be 'Gt.IlI8ed.lle craDy'"i

I ; Gee! what 111"0It is. to have a' rood Tho next stop was. at Roanoke, Va.., erY: indication: point, to,.one,, of the ?, (Continued From Page One.. ) lady fingers or some-of tile otter ao<
and called: ," \ with it ,be ....
gasolene wagon and lots of time- 'then Winston-Salem" the State I ) can
'On most successful 'and notable
ceremonials nf cases hundred
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atom our oaoat (
and wherewith tobny.ihagaayftlene. he preaches ,1'enes ;
-money line; then'to Charlotte, N. C.; then toColumbia in the,history. the South.t.eoratiau' ., the left leg Is stronger' than the'right. dentine book on to da.f { "
. .' I .He told the Kissimmee .
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and Attraction The bones of human'tkeleton An
an Average expert hays of the en yolk.;TtUr
., How would like to make the 'three factors are soon to enable the
you Augusta and Savannah then on toJacksonville
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I Ito weigh twenty pound. those ofa yolk a much more concentrated: foo4,
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all Orlando merchants
Nearly are
31 trip the Flings have just made to Kissimmee i the gateway to Florida. six That exchange to dominate the citrus situ material than tbe whit, contafntag'1W' +
woman, pounds lighter. ya
to decorate their establishments fqr
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' ;J. from Philadelphia. A short stay here and on to St. completely.One given weight about aerea time M,
unruly the tongue of
member woman -
'<+ than 1.500 miles of soenie and have-a- I Augustine, the oldest city in the Unit- the occasion. Red, yellow and green is also smaller a is the organization of a supply ranch energy' a* well as'. large'
than that of a
will be the colors. The
good-time joy riding. ed States, where another atop was prevailing city I company through which exchange- amount of protein and. of the chief
j The Valley Gazette man was talkIng made to view the many old points of I will wave with banners and pennants. man.The members can obtain their fertilizers, mineral matter."
lens of the is
f this he having The program Nov. 9 follows: crystalline eye A great European doctor who -
to Mr. Fling week i interest. Then through. Palatkn, De boxes etc., at wholesale prices. recommends
f arrived with his wife a week ago. I| Leon Springs DeLand, and Orlando I! 2 P. M.-Automobile ride, starting the one portion of the human body I The second .is a financing auxiliary, yolks of eggs with oatmeal porridge
which continues increase in size
from San Juan hotel, to view the to baa wonderful thing to' ay ,'
from Philadel-
all the through which
They came way and to Kissimmee. a grower pressed forI '
throughout life, and does not ozase about the food and curatlre value of
beautiful residential section, parks .
look at the I
via automobile. Just funds obtain
phia 1 may a cashadvance ?
l The journey included many side vis- and lakes. Receptions will be helden I with the attainment of maturity. on eggs end"especially, reoommenda for
he reeled off: I I his at low
itinerary interest have his
crop or
lits-a41 that were of interest in fact. Two sides of a face are never alike, | anaemia spinach and egg. Instead of
route.
7 -. First they stopped at Getty burg, and consumedless I I commercial paper endorsed. | "taking expensive' medicaments and
The
driving was easy I the eyes are out of line in two cocaslout
3:30 P. M.-Band concert and
Pa., viewing! the battle Held and other Aside from '' : patrol I The third is the pooling of fruit- artificial preparations of Iron."
than eleven days. a' of five and is
one stronger
sights of that town. Then to the Shenandoah drill, by Morocco Temple's fine eye i which is mutual crop-sale insurance.
i few spots where the roads were poor )! I than the other in out
seven
hand and perfect drilled petrol, at the persons
and it through ha.J5.
valley L. A. Hakes
up of the Or-
manager
or wens being rebuilt the traveling band stand. lof ten. The right ear, also'as a rule Tr.F fWRJDAMETAlPRoDtJC1SC4
and to New
Winchester,
gerstown i ange county subexchange, also was
fair roads. Most of
was over to good is higher than the left.
I P. M. Shriners
h Market, where they made a detour beautiful. 4:4 -Grand parade I 1 present and participated in the meet MANUFACTUREr
,- over* the mountains to the Luray 'the scenery; was starts from the Armory. As the line Only one person in fifteen has porf ing. I

0 caverns,-l 'rginia-whtth are'-one of I Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fling I of march will be short, no autos will I ot eyes, the large percentage of de- John M. Lee Crop Is First. I METAL

? the wonders of the world and should thoroughly enjoyed the outing and I l be used and every Noble is expected; foetiven-3H8 prevailing among fair- I CEILINGSCUlVERTS.SHWGtES

'. ;.-- .be seen by every one, especially! all found it one of the things that make tl> march. No special dress will be haired people. Short sight is more i The improved, enlarged, and commodious

.. tourists their southward. i life well worth the living. They now I. ,required for paraders.i :common in town than among the citrus packing-house of the
on
way (
1 Recrossing the mountains to New 'are domiciled at thoir: winter home (Ii i I 1'. :M.-Hanquet at the San Juan (I country folk, and of all people the I local exchange ( "K. C. G. A.) begins .A'NO'OTMER*

Market, they continued up the valley :'538 Broadway' Kissimmee. hotel. : (Germans; have a larger percentage of I and operations shipmentf'of today. the It begins crop from packing the SHEET METAL,.

I' I 7'iO:: P: Ceremonial session at short-sighted persons. 1
John M. Lee grove at Southport. A ;. BUILDING
the Armory. The director has some -
Cleaning Paints. American legs are more symmetrical
I | third of this crop is early bloom; the qj)
'
: An excellent way to clean paint is new and enjoyable "stunts. than those of any' other people. I remainder is late. The entire crop WOITC TODAY-MATERIAL ANa SPECIAL

MUSTANG. to dissolve half a pound of glue in a | 8.30: P. M-Business season at the The rocking chair, according to an ,i has been estimated to be 10,000 box FOR CATALOGUESJACKSONVILLE" QUOTATION*

., quart of water putting first in cold j Armory to receive and ballot on pe I English scientist, is responsible for es. About 2,000 boxes will be grape- . -. .-FLA.CHICHESTER 4
i.
tl. For Sprains:' Lameness water and setting on the stove untilit I titions. the exercise which increases the beau- !. fruit.
i. .k ,
"j ": gets hot and is dissolved. Add a.l 10:30: P. M.-Grand street carnivaland ty of the legs. The push which the ; The K. C. G. A. packing-house is '
Sores Cuts Rheumatism
'A. little of this to each f water masque dance by the general pub- toes give to keep the.chair in motion I some packing-house since its enlarge- s PILLS

:i t. Penetrate and Heal. I then with a soft woolen clot go over lic for the entertainment of the nobles repeated, makes the instep high the ment and the installation of additionaland : ........-, ......:MI BKAM,*.,.. J\ r1 '

....', { II Stop Pain At Once I about eighteen inches at a. time. Do after the ceremonial. calf round and full and It keeps mis- improved machinery.; Its capacity IMW N Rae- .-..'.ALN 11I_ .r1Y.a_ OI

.. For' Man and Beast not use! soap or other cleaning preparation Street Costume Dance. I shapen flesh off the ankle making the will range from three to five car .w- .:. : .t; .
.::f'1oI and do not over much at One of the chief events of amusement *- ankle delicate and slender. I .. e.NRAa.. pl Vr
f 0i{ $1. At All Dealer go loads per day, depending on the stateof .rwr..Irr,11w: ,.' '::
time. Any dirty place shouldbe will be the street costume dance; British women are said ib averagetwo -
!a very the weather. Damp weather will 50UIYDfttlGGISTSEyta1VKSiBest ( S
r scrubbed with a small brush. ..Theglue but information about it is conflict- Inches more in height than Amer- cause a reduced output because the .

; tlNJM.ENT mixture acts as a sort of soil 1 Ing. ican women. Averages for the height fruit dries slower then. 1
J. and aids in removing all dirt. One report says it will be formed of women show that those born in I
Tlano Installs. New Device.Manager' Restaurant in KiAl..eeBROADWAVCAfE
,'1. .' "8w .es I for the grand march at 8:30 p. m, at ) summer and autumn art taller than '
.
H. C. Piano has installed
:i ',/ ....,.............. .oo' .........''' i.......to.... the court house, and that the parade i,those born 1P winter or spring. The I what Mr. Curry designates as being :
will move promptly at 9 o'clock and tallest girls are born in August. -As
that there will\ be two bands of mu- II far ae boys are concerned, those who I "the best contraption of the sort" he I Regular Meals, S5c. Short Ordera.
:$ i ilNSUpp: REAL ESTATE: has in Florida. It is
d anywhere
: and sic for the dancing--one to be at the first see the light during autumn and seen a I,I New ManagementJ.
q \. system of movable guides or partitions I II. .
wy corner of Orange and Central and j i winter are not so tall as those born in SMITH Prop.'Houses.for
I: :.. Let us i Insure your Life,'your Health, your Property. : the other at the corner of Church and i| spring! and summer. Those born in arranged in the grading runway '

: :, Information Orange.The November are the shortest; in July whereby as many as six grades of l'
.
r, k ;:y,; in regard to property for other report indicates that the fruit may be, handled at once .on the
'' the tallestLnFos.
!S r .sale an/I rent t eheerfuliy; given. parade willbegin at 4:45 p. m. conveying belts.. Rent .
Mr. Curry Is so pleased with Mr. RAND
2 In addition to iftcenothergoodcompanles.we t Special Trains.
::: ;! There will be train from .A.. Effect!**Laxsthe ft Ibm Talk Plano's device that he has Induced the FOR SALE: {
the.well. a special .
known
-' ijpowwrepjre8fent; > I Den Met fiript Mr DMMft d.StHMCfc.Ia Kissimmee manager to ;join' with him J
r ': WvmiaT'wl' PJRI'.INSURkNCE and to Jacksonville. ,. I Il addition to other preperti a.2>x-:>Poe in applying for a patentfor it.
CO. of.New'York
,. .Special .sleeping car will be attached Elite
.' I eaot.ia Cascara: la acceptable fonn S The Realty Parlor.
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'". .. ..:w'trOV'AGrr1' TRI" !! .' to the regular Atlantic Coast! stfanuUtloKLaxatiT:*and Tonic. Lax-Fa Drive Out Malaria Bond Up System ,
!" Un*"' train, leaving Tampa at 10:30.) / : sets effectively and doe CM* (rip* no* meow MaM...4 ir.....ale.ela dea ...... I F I' MRS. 5UMMUtS.. Mgr.. : .f .1
-'s.L fJtior.Gtiiena'BenkEfdg r 1 KssifluilC: I'f".r" distarb stomach.UM Mose-dme,it a4a I I TAarauma MU TOMIC...*..eat Mtf11Y'
;$ecrAOd : oaorra ill...It.,Car. /rid gurti: I ;
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Batoning'. ,,.caves Orlando,at 3 a. m.. healthy. faacUooa.'-aoo. .\tens. .uae abt.dalleaa4e1s\1Ie. IO..j jof +I Twp .... w( *

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:, PAGE S .., THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE .. .., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3,"-111B:

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RMERS'ARE COUNTRY'S BACKBONE.: numerous .Legislature in" the Umon-an objection' nvsndatlon, for westing"editogiaIs, ww: .,
COMMENT
AMENDMENTNothing i
The Kissimmee Valley AND starve in a hurry.-Lako City
which the Valley Gazette writer ha ,not had timeto would
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!is principle in, social) that i i.
a economy Florida Index. .- V
r.bii.b.a R. Friday.p old which the verify, though,probably it'i. true.
:4 OSfl. /. V.ii.y ( wt*. ltd a1aa, __ than 2,000 year recognize :' On the, other hand the amendment would increase Doing For Mr. Anonymous. In the same ,article the Tampa Tri ;J
:p and predominating value of ,gricul- "Florl. .
names of bune peaks: of "Tampan" and )
+ southern Florida's representation in the Leg The party who left ,the '
W. B. HARRIS AND B. O. VAHf AGNKW O in the affairfof people of a nation islature; I several people, on the table in, thegrandjury Idlan. Doesn't the same rule' hold1 ;
'
;. ... .. .... the guide of Telemachus, son of Ulysses for the ?. I
..... H What advantage this QLJ! be i i. not and an unsigned for the gander as goose
A" apparent room
'CoP,.. Ono Tr_________________. fame, impressed on his protege that the Jacksonville Time.-Union. j
811t uontn._________ Some time ago some newspaper* were criticising our note asking that' they be summonedo
8: j CoP' ----------- of of' people not in
e Copy, Thre.-- Mouth----------------____ well-being 'a was northern Florida neighbor for not according: : mOle : testify in regard to a certain per i *;,, "
cities I but in their farm
All communication, xoept from our >> I.legislative representation to southern Florida. They sans: jelling? Intoxicating liquors in What Else Could Be "ootL!! .
it be anywhere. So,it must be in Osce "
a porr..pondeata, mtI.. signed by the Writer ; must : intimated that southern Florida' progress was being "'WII. was fir is no better than the Expected: Of HinT! J

.. R.j eUd matter will not b* returned county. A city that.ha. a prosperous adjacent I checked because l this representation lacking. The jan who U sllegcd to be dealing in The Colonelticks out his chest rand
ea11e4 tor. I i *
population i i. always a'prosperous city:(I Valley Gazette challenged these n newspaper com1 >.t stuff; In fact he I, mailer,.in our says that when Germany vlolat.1ed -
In the Poetofflce In Klcslmmee. town of Kistimmee and St. Cloud will pros with Belgium we should
OCntcrcd 'o 1 this a treaty
what the northern ctlmatlon for knowing
how in
one .
u Becond cla.. matter.) plainants to manoer any '
in their surrounding farmers backed it to
degree and
a* prosper. it have sent a protest
Florida legislators were obstructing legislation necessary to be going: on, and who is against ,
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1916. the organizations and citizen of these southern FloridaV welfare vhb then flips notes around unsigned, the limit. All right| In 1908 Au.tria''violated
to progress or
do to aid their farmers will be only that much by selling Bo
fellow a treaty
his
Not one of hem took up the challenge in any way. hd tries to take advantage. of -
"Carthage mutt be deitroyed." That to themselves. The bread they cIst upon i The fact is that it is more than doubtful if out man in this way, is very coward'y and Herzegovina.. We had as mnc 1

MUST be constructed.: agricultural waters 'will be returned unto them Legislature adopts or rejects any legislation along indeed. He should have known I do with these 'as with Belgiumfar '

-: :- fold. I sectional or county line or prejudice So in this that the grand jury could not take up as law and morals aro concern ,
Board of Trade of St. hat
Do not forget tohelp the Otceola Augustine recog- respect it seems to make little difference whetherthe the matter on such stuff as that laid In 1908 one Theodore Roosevelt was

all you can-either with money or exhibit this principle. It has voted to aid the farmers amendment be adopted or defeated. afore it by the gentleman( 1)) in the President of the United States. DietY'
vicinity -of that city: to organize and to work he send a protest and back !itT-Jacksonville
County fain have been found to be paying lark.-Free Press, Bristol, Liberty
co-operative line. I Amendment Affecting V oten.. Times-Union.
sitions for communities or counties :ounty.
held. of immeeand Osceola might well emulate. The third amendment relates to the qualification? _

are : :- example. . ''of voters. It was intended to disfranchise negroes Long On "Cry"; Short On "Sinews." LOCAL SCHOOL NEWSThat
This disfranchisement three
| was to come through
The attention of voters is directed: to an We commend the action of the Kig-
qualification, "grandfather"clause
sources-a property a
about the proposed constitutional "GOOD FOR MR. FARMER." and an educational qualification.He simmee Valley Gazette and the Winter t the home-economics department

be voted on next Tuesday. The adoption ( Florida East Coast Growers' Association who votes must be assessed on $500 ofproperty. Haven Chief in their decision not is doing good work will be practically

of these probably would disfranchise all met t in convention at Stuart, started in the He must be able to read write, and ',o start dailies this fall in their respective demonstrated next Monday

white and black, who are not assessed 'direction when it decided to put an organiza- INTERPRET any section of the Constitution of the towns. The "crying demand" I when the sections composed of the

ij worth of property and who can not read committee in the field to bring all growers and State of Florida. A separate section, however, Tor a daily in towns of less than 7,000or eleventh and twelfth grade g-frls will

and INTERPRET any section of ,. on the east coast inside of that body. would fix it so that these provisions would .not applyto 8,000 is not usualy made by those )entertain the members of the county
Constitution. who can be depended ,upon to furnish school board Superintendent C. E.
Reuben" has been the "goat" for years. white voters
-, ,- has stepped on him. All the 2x4 poli- The United Stales Supreme Court has rendered the sinews of war when pay day Yowell, and R
The Valley Gazette is compelled to give him the glad hand, plenty of promises. a .decision since Florida's Legislature adjO'Jrnedwhich j comes.-Polk County' - Record* (Bar-- ( Bpoon.\with, a luncheon. It will be

; until next week the article dealing with L. three packages of free garden seed every year. puts a different aspect on this amendm-.nt.:: tdw.J .I served at 12 o'clock in the cottage Opposite -

mer'\ efficient and economical work in : other friend the commission broker greets him The Valley Gazette writer and many others are I the High School building, in

public J roads in Osceola county by means of a smile win his confidence, and then skin convinced that this amendment should be defeatedin Would Starve In A Hurry. J[which this department is located.
We have attacked frank
I \: labor. view of that decision. never '

. .' skinning: process has ben going"on for years '1 If it be adopted, white voters will find that they Clark. We merely repealed! what i No class for outsiders wIlT 'be eon'

y In.lead'of attempting to brace up the your "Uncle Reuben" is getting "wise." He i is can not vote unless, they are assessed for $500 worth some people cite as their objection to ",I ducted next week, as the use of the
' than AND read and write and INTERPRET Clark. People have a right to objectto laboratory will be given to the girlsof
; of Florida by amendments, the proper more a mortgage. I!of property can
is organize--going to control his of State Constitution. any act of anybody else. They the canning' clubs during the "short
t hold a constitutional convention, and make going to : any..section our I
,): ganic law of the State fits the needs of -going to market it-going to get the full Why? Because the federal Supreme Court has 'have a right to express their objec course which will be held in Kissimmee -
tion. A tell
Zolfo Springs Truth.: of his labor-going to spend his money; declared unconstitutional a "grandfather" franchiselaw newspaper has a right to for workers in this line on that
the of the existence of these
". -: :- in Florida among Florida people instead of enacted: by the State of Oklahoma. people date.

New York, Philadelphia, and other Nor- Because further it is common judicial procc lure objections."Not .
On Nov. I the "
Deutschland again
with
,1;, ;, an American port-New London Conn. commission sharks to spend it for him. to declare void only that part of a law which i i. unconstitutional good rot!policy.Deliver Away from this"policy" t.1t" The first issue of the Utolakean for

': submarine this carries to it, boys! Our best wishes are with you- and (10 let the other,) sections remain us 191B, the High School paper, soon
r; man time a man"! There of
cargo
"policy are scores
Five hundred
. word.-West Palm will make its appearance.
if we can help-just say the effective.: '
of the value of the
$10,000,000, most know that have I
a&& a in and Tropical Sun. I(I Therefore--the randfather' clause in Flo Ida'i: folks we more policy fifty copies are being printed,
ing precious stones corporation than work about them; and their num- which is nearly 200 more than the
amendment would be declared unconstitutional -
: : -- -- proposed
The Jacksonville Metropolis comments: ber to increase.To I
THE MANY VALUES OF TREES. and the property and educational tests seems first issue of last year. The editorialstart
of whatever side be I
w "Regardless
one may say that what little we repeatedlast have
y and business department
in the European war. the admiration all '"bstilute: fir raw lumber will have to be would remain in effect. week would hurt Frank Clark M : organized and they -
ed The proposed amendment i i. arranged and been carefully ,
extended to Captain Koenig of the if we are to continue the present rate of so a strong testimonial to .influence and enthusiasm
''i He after the heart of ', that worded that this surely would be the result. manifest an energy
is It is
a pioneer Jules construction. not imagination and power of the Index and a Bud I for the
., of others whose exhaust I Wherefore still further both negroes and whites; I which will insure success
the forerunner raw limber supply is rapidly becoming commentary on the strength. of /ha .
undertaking.At
knows-may be greater. Wie gehts, Herr but rn actual problem conceded by all who would be disfranchised-unless they are on the distinguished Congressman. -/ journalistic

{ Which is the extent of our German to deal with it. The forests of f Pennsylvania tax assessors' books for an assessment on 5500 I But last week' editorial pa,e carried meeting of the Steno-

probably isn't courect, at that." practicaly gone, and those of the middle North worth of property AND unless they can read and other things besides the Clark a regular Wednesday |
: 'r: __ of the write and INTERPRET any section of our State lakes Literary Society on
: : rapidly disappearing. The yellow pine matter. We wrote about the tribunal afternoon the following program was
\ +' ""JUST POLITICS"-THIS IS MAINLY and the fir trees of the Northwest must now Constitution. of last resort; about the blindness of
J. rendered
official who would :
to
", not only the demand of their own section! Be.idu-any election try: merchants who will not advertise; "
: Fathers.
MANY WOMEN AND enforce the amendment probably would be arrested, Topic-"Our Northern
those of other seetiqns where the trees have about our efforts to get highway "
FOR SOME MEN. |I if complained against for defiance of federal election "Customs of the Norsemen, by
funds about the Masonic Home and
: Probably whoever reads, this has of Arbor Day should be as general law as laid down by the Supreme Court of the Orphanage; and about the Everglades I Robert"Norse Giesy.Mythology: the Beginningr

;;. many women (and some men) on many Florida! as it is elsewhere. In fact. Arbor Day United States. It was so in Oklahoma. question-subjects of vital interest to of All Things," by Grace Gilbert
be in doubt this amendment,,
Evenif
:' occasion expressions somewhat like these: 1'F come frequently throughout the year. A a voter on our people-but these were not men- "Thor Blanche Davis.

Oh-politic*I A n sjr tan ae should be planted for every tree destroyed ,I the safe way is to vote against it. tioned! "Odin," by by Porchie Pherigo.

3 politic: r denudation of the forests of China is respon Florida, can jog along a year:safe or more longer be as If we expected to be paid in comClassified Vocal,solo, by Laura -Thomas..

**Oh-that'* j jUst politics! It doesn't for the great floods in that country. Destruc things are. By that time some means may .fj.
found for dealing with the problem which this proposed -
me. ,, X. \ of forest ha similar effect in any country. '
i "J 'never' pay any.attenjton,. to politic the climate in various respects. Palestine amendment was meant to adjust .. .. .

r .'doesn't concern woraenvanyhow." waf* land of milk and honey. Its hills and j: i

Women'(and ,men) ,.who' utter these or were stripped of trees. Now it !i. barren",., LIBERTY BORN OF RIGHTEOUS DISRESPECT l' Advertisements:I

y" phrases are under the impression that efforts are being. madexUo rehabilitate it. I The'political liberties of American citizens were .:

about as much relation to their lives, and to appreciate too lightly the value of forests, derived through righteous disrespect of and to the .

of all women a* ha. the aurora borealis they are plentiful. is no reason they always Constituted Authorities.If .io..o. . .. 'o UGH 00 eo 00000. .000.: 0'0. .i.

'. South Pole. remain so. the founders of republic had reverencedthe FOR SALE *
I our
r
, FOR SALE-On Lake street; 4 three-
Wherein they err'at great cost to their British monarch and the British judiciary to the room houses and lotsr all occupiedat Fine little home in suburbs of Kissim-

F' book or to the family cash box. THREE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. extent that now is demanded\ all decorous and $4 each per month. Price $1,400 mee; on high ground; pretty neW'

j. "Politic is the lungs of the nation law-abiding American citizens, there would not have Easy terms. J. M. Willson, Jr. heuse, finished in fine shape and ev-O
t state of the county, and of the town. voters of( Osceola county and all of Florida 44-51
been Declaration of Independence nor any independence erything convenient, and a home-
the official ballot for the election of next any
li Through "politics" do social on
our with about 7 ofgood
i American nation. like place, acres
"\ and, economic institutions breathe. THREE proposed amendments to our State i\or any DWELLINGS for rent. apply to M.
Whereas our eighteenth-century forefathers ad- I Tiller. land. Mus'be seen to be appreciated -
3 ; "Politics" has to do with how much Copies of these may be read on page ministered some swift kicks to the Constituted Authorities .... ..
... I I of this issue of the Valley Gazette. FOR SALE-A at
their families pay for groceries, for light : because: said C. A. refused to mete out good refrigerator a FOR EXCHANfiE-7

't ,; for clothing, for railroad (fares, for taxes Exempting Widow and Maimed Persons. justice. bargain. Phone 57. .4fi-2t I Fine property on Mabbette street;

a for land and for all material supplies fact that the Constituted *.
a a, first is simple. No one can find objection to Which emphasizesthe FOR SALE-New Columbia Grapho- I very choice property; in excellent
human existence human comfort.
apd
i The educational It commends itself-not as a measure of alms Authorities anywhere ,merit respect: only as long as phone, with 12 records, $38 (cost I condition; plenty nice bearing -cit- -

t, advantages our but as a measure of justice. they administer their function in accord with the $5C); MajcBtio JJnnKe Stove $35 I rus fruits, and room for another
, receive lack
r. t' ties sons of "politics"or that depend prevails primarily in upon provides that every widow who has a famly principles and the rules of JUSTICE. (cost $60)) ; Bed and Springs and house; also nearly half acre of A,*
; our
; I .
upon her and every person who is a Cot, (cost $8)) ; three-piece Parlor ground in strawberries, with Skinner -'
; trict, or in our county, or in our stale,
'1 three. resident of the State who has lost a limb IF I KNEW YOU AND YOU KNEW ME. Suite, (cost $15)). J. A. ROUSE, : system of irrigation. (Want

has been disabled in war or by misfortune, shall Campbell, Fla. 45-tf Kansas property worth $4,000 in exchange .
n "Politics" has something to do with I If I( I knew and knew Y
me- :
exempt from paying (axes if owning LESS than you you for this splendid homerSeveral : .
J f cost of being born ; it has most to do with ( If both of( us could clearly see. '
worth of TO TRADE-One fresh in Kanfeaafor
Jersey improved
property. cow places
1 .} cost of living; it has much to do with the, And with an inner sight divine with heifer calf 2 months old, for farms in Florida, or groves. "

.1 t: of dying. Readjusting Representation The meaning of your heart and' mine, peneraT purpose horse or mare. Or Good 240-acre farm in Indiana for
1 p Upon "politics" depend whether advisability of adopting the second I'm sure that would differ less
your
} propos we. will sell for cash. O. 1'. McCABE: Florida property. ,
A\ ;h jugs are safe( or otherwise--whether your amendment is opposed by many and is approved And clasp our hands in friendliness ; Kissimmee Park ( Route 2)). 4fitf 280 acres improved in Missouri, very "

(, ''(1' policies are bad, better, or best. many. Our thoughts would pleasantly agree fine, for Florida property.Full G4

J Upon "politics": depend whether armies It gives one Stale Senator to each county-re- I If I knew you and you knew me. FOR SALE-Horse, buggy, and har- particulars to interested parties. ..

''i ,; and irrigate battle fields with blood or stay .. whether a county has 1,000 or 100,000 -Nixon Waterman. ness, $75. Or will trade for milch, and free booklet

i and till the soil-whether fathers and sons population. I : : cow. Patrick street, first house \ .
* FOR RENT. T'j
I" to laughter or remain with their families- I It gives each county one State Representative- west of big ditch. 46-2t ' p;
I From an address delivered by Louis Lombard, Fine bungalow, nicely furnished also : :.
& billions of is added to taxes for how small less '
$ money matter or populous a county i
of the unfurnished..
on Oct. 19. to a meeting under the auspices HT several nice cottages,
and other materials
f powder wasted in war TO EXCHANGE-Motor-bolt (
e e. National Woodrow Wilson Men's League is taken List. with for goqd'se ( >
,. your property us
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; main in the pockets of the people. It further provider that for each additional 10.- horse power) for d+dry cow. Or .

Y t.; Time and again has it been proved that population (or major fraction 'thereof) a coun- the"Some following Republicans excerpt: maintain, Wilson has lessened will sell. EngilrSw rst-clas' condi- rvce.NELSON .RE LTY COMP NY..

G: has much to do with even our religion- shall have an additional Slate Representative I tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells! 104 Possiel ,

r;; fil'. religious or moral guidance we receive at NO COUNTY SHALL HAVE MORE THAN the prestige of our diplomacy abroad.about Gentlemen avenue Telephone 242_41-tf 600 MILES Less hog and cow range.' "*,
I know
' of our spiritual l adviser REPRESENTATIVES.:: allow me to state something pub- I A 300 acro farm for: sal* in range?" lic opinion abroad. By the alone Wilson has FOR SALE Complete bathroom fixtures "*
nixie railroad.-
pen $4,000.
t'. This much being true, or partly true, it i.a have than 15,000 Highwiy;
county must more and kitchen sink, all
done for the of our diplomacy than porcelain Capt. T. Hall, Utopia, Fla. 86tf ;, +$
prestige I ;
more ... ; ;
evident that mothers well
fathers enameled half
" fi: as as before it is entitled to TWO State Rep by the price. Call at . \
have :
i A"T; derstand "politics: ," so that they may know : it must have more than 25,000 popu- many sword."other statesman accomplished ,U>6 South Vernon Ave. 42tf I FOR SALE-One 3-drnwe-r Cablne'h.'",. .

educate eheir children on political ere it can elect THREE Representatives; JAPANESE SEED National 'Cash Register, one Bur- cy

'' : cause upon how political questions are it could have no more. than three even' if it had I : = 1,000 stalks; standing.CANE-$4 J. M. Will-per roughs Adding Machine, one large t'

i ponds whether many families shall LIVE population. Announcing his support of President Wilson Bon, Jr. 44-4t Iren Safe, one 25-horsepowcr F"erro ,
fort EXIST in Luther Burbank the horticultural wizard: of California Engine Grp
.o or want. Critics say this is not fair. They argue that CABAGE PLANTS FOR SALE- two 6-horsepower: y
The Valley Gazette writer feels a sense legislative representation MUST be based on said: "I believe him" to be the greatest 3.000,000 Charleston WakefieldEarly Motors, one Naphtha Launch,' orb ..

whenever he hears statesman we have ever had. pair Counter Scales four oil tanks
r % couragement a woman ; that PEOPLE are represented and that Summer, and Early Fall Flat Dutch .
pI say that the or he take no interest in should be represented.according to their num- : from best seed ; one pair Trucks, one Office Chair, .'
t grown ; ready after! ,
He feels that something has been or i i. Farmers'organizations are getting busy all over Nov. 1 $1 one lot She.ting.two fresh Milch MIa

r from the cause of the common good. The measure is criticised also because it gives the State, and new come from St. Petersburg that 90q per; 1,000.per J.1,000 R. ;DAVIS 10,000 Bar-lots, COW All cheap for cash.- ROSS a V r:r

Every man and woman in the nation greater power to '''the least populous counties there is to be established in that city in the very tow< Fla. 443t GRAVES. .4S.tf..; hr

politician- -in the sense of taking an giving to each a Slate Senator. Much complaint near future a centrally located city market all under r ',\f

s . :And 'understanding public affair (politics). ha been made becausethe pewee coun- cover and with pace enough for thirty-two FOR SALE-One fresh Jersey cow; AIR FRICTION CARBURETORS'cut" .

:child approaching womanhood or manhood : now have excessive power (or representation).;stalk If the plan i i. carried! out it will be run by also 3 others, 4 years old, will be fuel bills in half. Burn kerost':' .

x ,be t& informed that she or he can measure would increase that power. I Ithe Pinellas County-Farm Grower Association.: fresh P. McCABE in a few, weeks.Kissimmee Address Park O. Increase power and mileag. 11"ordi'nuke ...

"CUt 'public>> ,.(political) question. when- i Further objection; is made! because this au end- This is an excellent: forward movement and will (Route No. 2)) 43tf thirty miles per ga on.'Mad*: ... 44 t?

.attained.'. would 'increase the'numbers"'of Senators and benefit I both>> producer and consumer Verily in for all engine. Money-back guar'./ '

\" : The\cloM"and inevitable relation 'and thus much enlarge) !the" ,Legis- these day it seem at though the farmer'are about W.ANTED-ONE DOZEN CONVICT antee. Agent. wanted In ..verT.w'lcount"

tic >" *nd human life i i. subject' >> too ut nd greatly and;iSinnecessfily*increase iu to, com into their own.. thanks to the new. spirit ofcoopson GUARDS AT ONCE AT CAMPS Wrftofor quciallntrodarr .3

o dealt with'in 'this1 article or in any on*.. -,-which"would (fall on',the* State's. taapay.J that .1.i taking possession .them.-- NOt-2..AND ;NO.: 3. KISSIMMEE tory offer Florida Motor Services '# f

:, .I'. 'remains- a' topic. for future- '' commenL'- .:/Sod. hold/it \would.give; Florida' the- '.1"st.5t,'Augustine Record. j I. .7/ j I I' JtOSALJE NAVAL.: :STORES FLA. COMPANY, Company,. Fort' Lauderdale., ,'Flsu:; :,; .>-\..'''

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTETslepb .,7, B."'Prevatt arrived:from Winter 1 j, t."r

t' ... ( .e W*>lt.). Haven last Wednesday' for K brief i ':. t ,i ,.-01. ....
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visit with his mother) ,.Mrsjj Sarah A. '! a

j Published.Every'Trlday By Prevattj and,, ,other relatives in this''' CareM'Thought ."' .., .
Worth I' \ , ; .. 1..i, .
,., W. L KAmiUS,.a B. O. TANS AOMBW" city,> . ; 1- .. '... .... ..,,.. "T"n'r:,: .- t.1)1.: .; ; : \ ..., (), JL'1 t

IW t 'r; Dr.'J.: C.'Da vis"optometrist- expects .. ,Do.you peed.the;'label 1 to'know .whether: -"..I\\'{" "', :,1. '.". .,id 16LrKK' ; ) >",o J'i.< .'..y...'."'N 1," . _I

'ht toJretunuhereKoV.; 8 or 1P: See him P'R.Es 'D. .B.tL N
A (ford a few days) at Lincoln House' .. .yourbaking) powder -is'made .frbni.:Cream. ,
MBFR ; ,,, _ ,. ..r&/o __ I. \ &., .. .
for glasses. of tartar 'on 'the other harioV from alum'
or. :
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Miss Anne.,Carson left'W neaday., or phosphate! ?' "1_ ... .. > )EPA R TtylENT. t): *: : a'dfv.* .\ '

to.,!blt relatives' and friend ta MiarolJ *\ *> . .. 1 ._ . t' '' 'W. Ii' .

She will remain "until after 'the ..coliention -. Royal Baking Powder is made from ..:. ; f
of j,the Florida ''Federation ofWomen's is 'the' most important department of a n
'of derived from and ? .J< -\ '
plubs, l.J cream tartar, grapes; .
? ? drug store. Upon the efficiency and 're
adds to the. food only'wholesome! qualities.
SrAr PRESbP Mrs. C.: D. Miller, formerly Miss '
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liability of the pharmacist Who handles .
Park Is'vis.
Gertrude Bsss, of l,von' :
lUng her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Other baking powders contain alum or { your prescription depends, your very life. ,

M. H. Porter and other. relatives in phosphate both of mineral origin and Let '

... ... . .. .. ............ Kissimmee. used as substitutes for cream of. tartar .

Y For a general run-down condition because of their cheapness. .

) Weather Report try a bottle of Dikes Tonic Hyp phos- THE PALACE

phites. Price, $1. Money back if not Never sacrifice quality and healthful-
satisfied. Corner Drug Store. Phone I

297. ness for low price. 1 611 your prescriptions and you may rest
Following are daily temperatures .
I and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denig motoredover assured will be
precipitation U reported that they accurately; pre-
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
; by Government station from St. Cloud in their Pathfinder -
IS i' at Kissimmee for the week end- on Thursday to attend the trap- New York pared and only fresh pure drugs will
Nov. 2, 1916:
ing Thursday
shoot held at the local gun club's park.
enter into their composition. Just .
Max. Min. Rain
Mrs. D. C. Lee of Baltimore Md.. .
.. or I Friday __ _____80 70' .40 has arrived for her regular winter o Phone 41--.and test their rapid service.. n' ,

Saturday.81 69 .50 visit with relatives and friends in Mrs. L. Mosher of St. Cloud and !I 0
Sunday ,.. ____82 67 .25 KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB r
Cissimmee. Miss E. Jenness of Atlantic City, -,
Monday ____ __80 70 N'I
Tuesday ______78 68 Stop that cold now! A 25c packageof J., who is spending the winter in ,
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CALLS MASS MEETINGContinued
Cloud, arrived Monday *or a visit .
is to ...
''a.V: '""'' Wednesday __82 62 Dikes Cold Tablets guaranteed

.4: Thursday _____82 63 .20 cure. Corner Drug Store. Phone 297.* the O'Berry home. ( From Page One.) ....
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: FairvilU\ .
Lieut. and Mrs. S. J. Entriken of Mrs. A. L. Stevens of ,
..::1: ... . 400HO.0.000000000OOOOO Narcoossee were guests\ from .Satur near Orlando, and who formerly re The women recognize this, and it is ....... .o o..o..o........... ...... ... ...... ..

,',WoJtw r day till Monday of Judge and Mrs.. G.' sided in Kissimmee, spent Saturdayand their purpose to call upon the citizensto

. ..... . . . ... .'< F.' Kribbs. on' Main street. Sunday visiting friends in the voluntarily contribute personal

city. Mr. Stevens drove down from services or teams and wagons to aid : Come Take Look
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Morton, of Fos- a
their farm Sunday and returned in
in doing such part of the work as the
r I The Local Field i tons, 0., spent Saturday and Sunday the evening taking Mrs. Stevens with City Council may be unable to have w

here, guests of J. H. Eby. They wereon .
their to Tampa to spend the him.B. performed soon. We in f
,.04001000001.00000..000tl way goods.
are
winter.Dr. R. White and his daughter, Miss Several citizeps already have volun- getting new

o Bess, have arrived from White Heath teered their personal services and '
J. C. Davis. of Kissimmee, Fla., their teams for assistance in such s
'" To Our Newt Contributor: III., and are occupying their pretty for the Holidays such as
is in the city, visiting relatives. Dr. cottage in west Kissimmee. Mr. work as the club undertakes. .

!t.t t All communications, church notices Davis is an optometrist and enjoys a White is a regular winter' visitor to The City Council has been engaged i
;. etc.. for publication in the Valley Ind. Cour- in Cut Glass Ivory Goods and
; Gazette must b* in its office not later large practice.-Madison ( ) our city and a host of friends will be systematic work throughout more ,
i'. than" Wednesday afternoon in order ier. pleased to learn of his and his daugh- than a year to "dress up" the town >

a to insure publication in the current WHITMAN'S CANDIES fresh ter's return. having streets graded, grass and Jewelry
issue. This newspaper is anxious to weeds cut, rubbish cleared away, and
;.. publish personal social, religious, or shipment arrived at PALACE DRUG* J. J. McCranie, an experienced restaurant other civic improvement work. ,
r r' other new., but it can not put nearly STORE. man of Orlando purchasedthe
\ JIi> all of it Into type within a few tours The purpose of the club women is Come have '
;; Mrs. George Nickles and daughters Broadway Cafe from J. H. Smith to become' in this Tuesday is Eye Day. your Eyes : y
and meet its usual hours of publics auxiliary work-so
'., lion.fjf Miss Doris and little Themetra, I and took charge on Wednesday. Mr. far as possible and so far as the council examined. 'J1 I
McCranie expects to make some improvements -
from Tarpon Springsto
come
'r' Fire Insurance. See.A. E. .Drou ht. have over in the interior furnishings will permit. 1 *J<
visit her mother and. their sister, The first work that I is planned for
.' ... For Sale-Horses, mules and Shet Mrs. Helen Perdew. and will change the name of his is to have Darlington avenue graded H. O. BROWN & CO. T
,. 'lllnd ponies. J.W. Miller tf place to McCrenie's Cafe.
Mrs. J. W. Miller was in Tampa from its unpaved! part south of Broad- "

Corner Drug Store. The Sanitary early in the week to see her daughter, I wish to notify the public that my way to the lake and to have a grade Jewelers and Optometrists "

Fountain. Mrs. J. K. Singletary of Bradentown.The barber shop is not connected In any I crossing established at the railroad. SUCCESSORS TO COLE JEWELRY CO. '
with pool as I have moved Then to have the of the lake
latter is in the Gordon Kellar hospital way a room part
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Cut out the sample ballet on page H. O. BROWN.at. .
for treatment. to the Miller building, just southof front in that immediate vicinity made
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< for reference when voting. .
the Butler pool room. Special care attractive in all possible ways.
Jacobs' Candies are always fresh. Capt. C. H. Armstrong has .return-. is taken with ladies and children and 'r" .

w Received weekly J by expr ... Corner I sd from an extended ,visit with his there is .no vulgar or profane lan TURPENTINE. FARM -

Drug st r. Phone 297, family at Rochester, Minn., to resume of guage used. I solicit yout patronage. .*.' CHANGES HANDS i .. ........ ...o..o ............ .. ....... . ...
his position as general manager for past favors I re :
J. B. Reese and her daughter. Thanking you
i Mrs. I the S. F. & G. railroad. main A. E. FORD. B. W. Cannon of Georgetown S. C.,! DR. J. A. SCHREIFELS {
.r Mfg....J.MtljlohnBton. visited. in: Orlando .
I purchased this week from the Ash: '
'B. Tallyman from Jacksonville -
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last Thuisday. CoL J."N. Bradshaw J. Fred Harris -
in confer. ton Turpentin Co. the:naval stores ;}
: \] il in the city otdsy and Delaney Way of Orlando were
Send'her a box of Whitman's Sam nce with the leading members of the in. Kissimmee.Tuesday and contractedwith business lying .on.. the east shore of I CHIROPRACTORPRONOUNCED
plea PALACE DRUG. STORE. Lake Tohopekallga Including the Urn. .
Baptist church relative to drawing the Kissimmee Cornet Band to I
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M .Jp.'K. Weaver motored to 'Winter plans and specifications for the proposed ; furnish music 'for, the convention of ber ,and-thousand turpentine rights "'on stock over .- '81101I.ON( I auiuMNO.KI-RO-PRAC-TOR.-. aIlOADWAY') : L

+'" iaven'last Thursday on a business new Baptist house of worship. Shriners, to be held in Orlando Nov. seven 'acres and all SPECIALIST ON NERVOUS :AND CHRONIC DISEASES

.'i1'' T I"l. rtps.;.'Irs. Weaver accompanied: him. Phone 132 (Sanitary Market) for 9. The fame of Kissimmee's band' lespreading and that equipment place. of the company on Will be in Kissimmee Office from8 to 11 o'clock.. Mondays Wednesdays -,

and its services are in de- disease
', ''!..f' DIes! B.by.Cough. contains no resh oysters. neededin The. deal was made through J. H. The only method to relieve is to remove the cause-this
, k harmful opiates. Guaranteed to cure. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue of As- mand wherever good music is Bryan, who is an old /riend of Mr. the Chiropractor does by scientific adjustments of the spinal nerves.

Corner Drug Store. Phone 297. sopolis Mich., arrived last Wedneslay South Florida. Canton, and who will probably be I Consultation and examination free.

; Fr.->nh oysters daily at Sanitary and are occupying their pretty News From Dan McAllister.The resident manager for him. 000..0.0..0..0..0................. . . .......
Mabbette street. Mr. in Kissim- The Ashton still retain
winter home on McCallister family, company
Market. Phone 132.: _
. 'r Rogue stated that severe cold had mee, have news from Dan McCal- their .interests at Ashton. I

1 2. Lerry L. Pope of Loughman was in boen already felt in Michigan. I h lister, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan .
:!., the city yesterday. Mo., I IOOO
McCallister, from St. Louis say-
Overstreet
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Clerk John
County . + : ' NYAL'S FACE CREAM, with ing He was en route to Denver, Colo.,
;j :: per- accompanied his younger brother, 0 people of taste and sensible views !

"",: .', oxide, 'for sale by PALACE DRUG rieorjre: M. Overstreet, to DeLand last where he will enter the National i PINEOLAAGROUND j'j'I

w I ti. 'ry. STORE. Monday, where George enrolled as a I Jewish hospital for treatment for pul- This ad. will inform. you, as well as amiews :

t. t E J. II. Eggersgluess returned last student in Stetson University. Georgewill monary trouble.
Dan said he had crossed six states I I LIMESTONE I If You are sure to be pleased -
i, )! week from his old home at Milwaukee, engage in a course comprising
his desti-
, ..Q'' i .Wis., where he spent the summer. commercial law, business, etc. and nation.was He not formerly half way was to an ernplaye|' : It Purest, Dryett, and & And your feet will be cased
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: 'Mrs. H. E. Dryan and baby Emily Prof. Marks who is director of the of the Valley\ Gazette, but he left Kis- '"- Cheapest. ? '

(JII''j.f y' have returned from a three-week visit band at Lakeland, attended the benefit simmee several years ago to visit sev- ; ANALYSIS BY STATE CHEM- If Stanford is given your custom in SHIEWS.
tI't. 1ST ROSE 4
!;\ ., with Mr Bryan's parents, at Sanford. dance given Halloween night by the I cruLsertions of the country.Trapshootors I Carbonate of Um e97.73: per cent. I .

I' a';:I. W. A. McCool and have Kissimmee band: lie assisted the 0) Water ________ ___.2.00 per cent. -.
; family arrived boys with the music. ,He formerlywas liissimm'e Hold Last Sand _-__ -_, _____ 2.OOpercent.'sL -- .
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f and are comfortably located at .
.y
lender of the Kissimmee band. Shoot Of Svaxon. I -
< : .their winter home on Emmett street. I 4 We sell DIRECT to farmers *
) ..., Maxwell A., Kilvert, vicepresidentof The last trapshoot of the season I + and other growers finely ground: 4
' .t' Fresh shipment of apples. Sanitary* the South Florida & Gulf R. R. Co., look place at the pal k of the local I < limestone. "S" H. C. STANFORD COMPANY"Old .
, ;$,J'!> Market. Phone 132. < Its analysis runs lIlGHER *
' with headquarters at Jacksonville, club last Thursday evening, when the 4 than any south of the Mason-
.;, /IF Charles Stratman of Pittsburg, I was in Kissimmee Tuesday looking medal offered to the Kissimmee club Dixon line. '
Reliable Shoe Dealer of Osceola
i t.!', + ;.pa who has a winter home at Kis- after business connected with this i We keep in our warehouse County.
I .. I I by Turner Stevens of Orlando was < several hundred tons of ground *
... simmee Park, has arrived for the |road. ,
t i' . winter, making the trip down from won by Holmes Prather with a score II 4 DRY limestone-which assures O
John H. Baisden, nominee for mem- prompt shipments. *
.I ,. a Pittsburg by automobile. ber of the school board from the Third of 21 out of a possible 25. Stevens 4 We will SAVE you the mid- 4 More new stocks of

:t i; s Captain Clay Johnson returned last district, was transacting business in scored second, with 20, while Farmer, ** dleman's the profit best and limestone five you absolutely on- **

';;1{. .( .. Saturday from a business trip to Kissimmee this week. Mr. Baisden Overstreet and Lupfer tied for third .0 the market. .0 Shoes just arrivedSEVERAL

};-_ '; Jacksonville and St. Aug"+tine. states that the Kenansville sub-dis i with a score of 19. Our new machinery guarantees 4
the FINEST gruond limestone. .
.Y.It.-.I.' . of' Phone 132 (Sanitory Market) for trict is planning to build a handsome' ..
f':: .,. fresh meats. school building next year. x* H. S. WINS 23 TO 0 Pineola Lime Company STYLES OF SEVERAL STYLES Of i :'

ojII) ..".' OFFICE in Bank of Orange i\
; ; //l Misses' Nina Bratton and Elon Herbert A. Bishop of Birmingham, Building Orlando, Fia. .0

: I c. Guice returned Monday from Orlando, Ala., arrived in Kissimmee last Sun- I fr Send all orders to 4 QUEEN QUALITY fLORS"fIM. .
*1rV'I& where they spent several days with day and is visiting his aunt, Mrs. H. I Kissimmee wiped Sanford off the G. T. BENNETT. *.
and Mr. Bishop i isV fac&of the football field in the latter Box 718 Orlando Fl. .0
Perdew, family.
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: : Mr. and Mrs. 1Bandy. SHOES SHOES
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here on business, and enjoying a short I city today. The score was 23 to 0 for j
Mrs. Fred S. Gilbert and her sister, School John- ,
!' also. hte Osceola High boys.
i vacation
t..,. ::.;{ -Miss Addie.Gilbert, were shoppers in son, Bullock, Arnold and Regero dis- Strengthen Old Friendshipswith ,

in Orlando last Saturday. At pres- W. F. Hamilton, a well-known off well tinguished themselves in the slaughter. a new portrait-the gift that : i: New Stocks of Cool Weather I ',
ant driller from Tampa, stopped a dayin
?-.. they are visiting in Tampa. busi This is a special dispatch as we exacts nothing in return yet has a
), Kissimmee to look after some go to 'press.TAMPA. value that only be estimated in I Jf
gr A malted milk drink is nourishing can hand.
: 4I ness. He had been up to Raiford Clothing on ,<
avif.I ,filla'well as refreshing. We use only where he had been trying to help out kindly tboughtfuJn.)

.. );" < ,the original, Horlick's. Corner Drug* a brother in the profession who was (in SPECIAL IS tiU Make the appointment today. .
Store. Phone 297.
:r trouble. \ WILDER'S STUDIO
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Coast will '
The Atlantic Jane ruts
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, T ;6'x Jft. D. Catts son, of Rev. Sidney J. : _. coO .
Fresh stock groceries and vege changed schedule for the winter .be.-
: J. Atte; the ; Milton Pled Wbeaevt You Need Oaasswl Tosd
guest'of
was tables. Sanitary Market. Phone 132 ginning! Nov. 7, when the Tampa Special Tab C on" Visiting Cards Letter-Heads Envelopes' '

!Thurs.day Mr. Roger Dodd and small son ,will be pat back on Its usual winter Grove's Tasteless .\*.:T :.* :;.;..,.

have arrived from Ringgold G \, to run. /valuable aa a --

\ iW. :A. "JolneV has returned from join Mr. Dodd cashier of the Citizens The?time.,,of only?two trains Is It cantatas tile Handbills, Pamphlets, and other" kinds 0Jp i\\. .

. *...!\. ''Tsylpa, and:hlr friends throughout the Bank; They are pleasantly located in changed. A..train-wilt arrive In Kia- '. 'l'beIStaDdanJ the Liver ofgtJINlNlS. Drives tw
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: Public Records Show Jennings and at feast two'of the 'very. sections ((1.280'acre..), which' Bon ,bought from
trustee of the Internal Improvement fund on the occasion: referred to. ,Was

,Knott Eagerly Helped In Needlessly this Jennings commission from Bolle for,his I services in buying; such'care- ofthewbrl'dare
( fully elected land so cheap?_ If paid by both Bolle and the trustees, wouldit The -

Giving At Least$49OOOOOO not appear,that h. was *serving in a dual capacity at the tim,} eyes
Following this transaction a 'very "funny". thing happened. It, would ,
Worth OF Public Lands teem that some of the trustee*"'got' ".t.e fright" temporarily; whereuponthey the man who
? should an. 23. 1909) "that no agent, officer. ATTORNEY or other on ':
'To Railroads. employe accept any commission remuneration whatsoever from .

i, any purchaser of land from the trustees"; and further, that any ,violation ol .kJ
M SMM H H this resolution would be sufficient reason for dismissal
f T. ... VaUji of Oaceela c....,. A copy was ordered tent.to all parties interested Jennings received his \' __

Below if republiihed! an article from the Miami Metropolis of OcL 27 copy in due tim In acknowledging it he referred to l his "resignation of SAVESmmamm
I.... It contain information of value and great .bearing about the present Dec. 16, 1908; but the trustees could find no such "resignation." Indeed; ''f
1 Governorship campaign. Jennings had used his tide "general counsel." when writing a letter to the ,

lit length i.i such that we did not feel justified in asking the Valley Gazette trustee at late a* Jan. 15. 1909. To reljeve the embarrassing situation a* Y
to reprint it at its own expense. So myself and other Democrats of this countyare much a* possible, the trustee decided (Jan. 30 1909)) to accept: Jennings'* -
inserting it and paying for it as an advertisement resignation effective Dec. 31 I. 1908 the date to which Jennings's salary as m ii 47
Respectfully G. B. WOODALL general counsel had already l Been paid and accepted: by him.
Beginning with 1909 Jennings was occasionally retained by the trustees for a moment man
'(From Miami Metropolis, Oct. 27, 1916.) on special cases, having been paid $849.75 in November 1909. and PAUSE young ,
$521.25 in November, 1911 for "expense account and fees." Meanwhile, give a thought to self. The t
Former Governor Williams S. Jennings will be in Miami'tonight to makean 41"
his connection with the F. E. C. Ry. Co: had been regarded a* an open secret.In .
address in behalf of the candidacy of Comptroller Knolt, court nomineefor June 1910 "upon the advice of the Attorney General and the FORMER problems that confront you now, or G .:
Governor. Perhaps he will explain of the transactions told about in ..
some
ATTORNEY FOR THE TRUSTEES W. S. JENNINGS Knott and his,colleagues
the following article-transactions in which rje has been identified J with Comp- made a gift of 134,400 acres in the Everglades If(? the F. E. C. Ry. Co. will a few years! hence.Look .

troller Knott. in "compromise" a certain claim assigned to the latter by the Palatka & 1
William Sherman Jennings, special attorney for the Florida East Coast Indian River Railway Company. Five months later, according to the records, about yon-the men of affairs in country, state, nation- f
Railway Company and chief apologist for State Comptroller Knott in the the F. E. C. Ry. Co. deeded 13,440 acres (just 10 per cent of the acreage yet, in the world, are the men who started to are early in life. \i 1
present gubernatorial contest, served as Governor of Florida from 1901 I to received from the trustees) to the Dade Muck Land Company, OF WHICH ;

1904. inclusive.By JENNINGS WAS THE CHIEF STOCKHOLDER. Could it be that Jennings They-have the respect and confidence of the community 3A
virtue- of a vacancy during Jennings's administration. W. V. Knottwas receives fee or commission in lands and that his price was 10 per cent of ,
appointed (?) State Treasurer (early part'of 1903)), and has been feeding the spoils?.. Then look on the other tide-at the fellow who spend all they I ''.

at the public trough ever since, having succeeded in perpetuating himselfin Mr. Jennings was not present at the meeting of the trustees in December, make--they may have a good time for a while, but what doe their 'S
office during all these intervening years. 1912 when protege Knott and his colleagues made even a more munificent personality reflect? ? j,rQ.:.
While Jennings and Knoll were serving as fellow trustees of the Internal gift to the F. E. C. Ry. Co.-this time 260,000 acres. But is it a mere coincidence ':f
Improvement Fund at Tallahassee, sweeping resolutions were passed, very that we AGAIN FIND THAT THE DADE MUCK LAND COMPANY dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the | r't
properly repudiating the flimsy and illegal land-grant claims of various rail- of which JENNINGS IS THE CHIEF STOCKHOLDER, should receive a deed nucleus of an honorable, independent career. "
road and canar'-- companies and revoking reservations made by previous ad- within three months covering 58,162 acres' of these verylands from the F. E. Make your beginning now-today. Your bankbook .. ,;,
ministrations in behalf of these railroad land grant claimants. '' C. Ry Co.? Were these lands purchased by the Dade Muck Land Company, will pare the way i-
i In these resolutions, the policy of adhering strictly to the terms of the 'I or were they deeded in compensation for services rendered by Mr. Jennings.?. -
contract embodied in the Congressional f;grant of Sept. 28. 1850. and the : The Dade Muck Land Company, through its sales agent, is now offering
1 acceptance thereof by the State, was affirmed/ and the trustees went on record I these lands to the public at from $35 to $50 per acre. Let us assume that !
unequivocally as opposed to the looting of the Everglades lands and as favor- the lesser figure would represent a fair average valuation of the 71.602 acres StateBank )
ing their use for drainage purposes exclusively. deeded to Jennings's company by the F. E. C. Ry. Co. On this basis, the

These resolutions were'aimed particularly at the Florida East: Coast Railway total valuation of the 71.602 acres would be____________$2.506,070.00
Company and other railroad land-grant claimants.At Add to this the sum received by Jennings" direct from the trus- of KissimmeeCapital ,., '
the conclusion of his term Governor, W. S.
as Jennings was appointed
tees for fees commissions, expenses, etc., after his terfJL_
general counsel of the trustees of the Internal Improvement Fi-nd. The trus- of office as Governor expired, viz. uunn_____ 41,972.22And dock ______________1.._. ____ ____ '100000.00 '";
tees, it should be staled, comprise the Governor. Comptroller Treasurer, Attorney Resource _________ 4
over ______________-_n 400,000.00 i oj.
General! and Commissioner; of Agrciulturt./ Good friend Knott, who you have a grand total' of ________----_--___________$2,548042.22; 1.$
was retained. as a member of the new cabinet voted for Jennngs's: appointment or $250,000 per annum for the the last ten years.Is ) Officer and Director: ..' .""t
-- of course. Jennings's salary in this new position was fixed at $5,000 -
per annum, plus expenses. This arrangement continued from January, 1905, there any 'wonder that Patron Saint Jennings is so solicitous for the C. A. CARSON, Prert. J. M:]LEE, Vice Prest
i to Dec. 31, 1908. I political fortunes of his protege Knott, who has played such an importantpart M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Preat. w
Under date of April 17, 1905, Mr. Jennings as general rounsel of the in Jennings's plan throughout.
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trustees, reaffirmed his opinion that the railroad "land-grant claims are inoperative Again--consider: the value of the lands which Mr. Knolt has helped to ROMA THOMAS, Cashier. "
and ineffectual" that the trustees "are not required by law to give to the railroads, the deeds to .which bear his signature, amountin to 'z!,l
r deed their lands to said corporations under said alleged land grants." His approximately 1400.000 acres. It is generally stated that, when. drained, ,' '
't letter conveying! this opinion was spread upon the minutes cf the trustees, these lands will be worth at least $50 per acre; but let us use thfSriinimum :
from which it would appear that his protege. Knot), held the same view. valuation now quoted by the Dade Muck Land Company, in its publi:!led c. A; CARSON, President. N., C BRYAN, Secretary _
Both Jennings and Knott were regarded as "friends of the people" that booklet referred to above, viz., $35 per acre.
time. ON THIS BASIS THE GRAND TOTAL OF MR. KNOTT'S MUNIFI- ;
The 4
Waters & Carson i
BUT WITNESS THE CHANGE OF FRONT SHORTLY THEREAFTER! CENT GIFTS TO THE RAILROAD CORPORATIONS AMOUNTS TO AP-

Despite his previous protestations that the alleged railroad land grants were PROXIMATELY 49000000. :g..
without merit, that they should be repudiated and that the trustees were not Is there any wonder that the railroads have now come to Knott rescue
s required to recognize them-lo and behold! observe the honorable William and are moving heaven and earth to keep him in power'? Grocery "ii
'' Sherman Jennings in a new role, AS CHAMPION OF THE RAILROAD IN- Is it to be wondered at that most of Knott' attorneys in the present recount Company
el TERESTSIOn I contest-presumably serving without pay--are notoriously known as

Jennings's recommendation that the alleged railroad land grants railroad attorneys.?. ems'
should be "compromised" good friend KNOTT AND HIS COLLEAGUES Is there any wonder that certain Florida newspaper, owned and con- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.t '
+ I TOOK IT UPON THEMSELVES TO GIVE AWAY. WITHOUT MONEY AND rolled by the Flagler estate are patriotically supporting Knott's, candidacy: ; ? '
WITHOUT PRICE SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND ACRES OF EVER Do you want to continue to be governed by the Jennings-Knott alliance.? GROCERIES J
GLADES LANDS TO VARIOUS RAILROAD COMPANIES.Most Would.you like to have as your: Governor a man who ha enriched the i
of the railroad in question are located SEVERAL HUNDRED railroad and his patron saint.with GIFTS of million of dollars'worth of
,
MILES from the land that they were supposed to "drain." State land.. WHICH SHOULD HAVE.. BEEN SAVED FOR THE PUBLIC-

t It was."necessary;of 'course,that :a plausible'ucuae should be given to CHOOL FUND? has Florida. 0000004000404000 000000000000000 .,
'" how some semblance 'of justification for this radical change of. policy. .It. Do you care to longer pay homage. to the "man who deprived a 0 O .. ,.... ..a
:' was none other than the crafty Jennings who thereupon invented the excuse school children of their.. just heritage.? '_ 0 WE. SELL. O 0 WE BUYl O '
Is Knott opposed to our public schools.? Could this be the reason forgiving 0 :
that "the GOOD NAME of the State of Florida"was involved and that 0 O ;. \ ,
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HAT -I!
a' "compromises" the venal railroad corporations should be made in order to the railroad these public land; ? 0 0 BIDES .. \ .'"
that the State MIGHT NOT ------------- ..
SUFFER ANY DISHONOR! Indeed, in his ---- ------ GRAIN O 4 .
I t boastful pride of legal knowledge, he reported (Dec. 21. 1908)). that thetrustees Wall 0 0 FURS ... ,'j.
Poisonous Paper. 0 .
"have NOT been GEO. F. PARKER FERTILIZERS
;. required" to compromise any of the alleged claims O WOOL .. '
r i "by any decree of the court * and that not an acre * have the The attention of people who are ATTORNEYATLAWCollection. 0 SHINGLES O 0 ..
trustees deeded excepting at their own option." able to read i is constantly being directed and Conveyance 0 O AND .. t,
That these railroad land-grant claim would have been denied and to the poor economy of investing Specialties 0 ORANGE BOXES OO 0. !
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0 ALL J
Qullifiea! had they been fought to a finish is indicated by the fact that the << in cheap things. This is particularly 111 1-1 Broadway ORANGE WRAPS e .. .. .'
.; trustees have invariably been successful in cases of a similar character whcih true with regard to that whichis : t- COUNTRY 1
have since been ruled upon by the United States Supreme Court. intended for the home. That which 0 VEGETABLE CRATES O 0 .. ,'
; Mr. Knott evidently shared this newly created and specially invented s inexpensive i i. not always scorned, 0 0 0 PRODUCE 0O .
0 CRATE NAILS O 0 t
sentiment with his patron saint, Jennings as to the importance of saving "the for inexpensiveness is not necessarily 0 0 .. '
good name of the State," for he participated very eagerly in signing the deeds cheapness. The policy of furnishinga Q. F. KRIBBS W. J. STEEL 0000000000004000 . . . . ,4-o. . . .I,.i
giving away without any consideration whatever, more than one million acres home slowly and well, evep if the KRIBBS & STEED aWe .
of the State's lands to railroad: corporations-lands which should have been rooms do- appear rather bare at the tell field and garden teed of all kind
saved to finance necessary drainage operations, AND TO AUGMENT THE outset, is very much better and usually ATTORNEYS AT LAW Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties .4
' I SCHOOL FUND OF THE STATE. much more profitable in the long Legal business of all kinds glvcc: Free delivery in city limit 'Phone No. 12. ,_
< The policy of the trustees during this land-looting period seems to have run that at once furnishing the home prompt attention. We are'county agent for good fertilizers. Ask u* for circular and prices \

been that it was quite necessary to give the dear railroads practically all of completely with cheap materials. How Office 11 and 12 State Bank Dld.. on fertilizer,
a this applies even to little things is Klsslmmee, Florida. ----- -- ----- -- ------- -
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the remaining State lands in order to do penance for having so rudely wounded J -
.j their feelings duruig Jennings's term as Governor! shown by a report that comes froma I- I ii

In any event, Jthnings and Knott seemed; to be doing everything in their western town where an entire fam- Eugene C. Bryan, Pre. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pres. J. 1. Barber, Scc'y.lrcas.: .
power, beginning with the latter part of 1906, to make all of the railroad ily is reported to be in a serious condition Pat Johnston O. P. Oarr tl
.' land-grant claimants HAPPY. Could it be that the general counsel was "taken in consequ'ence of sleeping in JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW _
1 up into a high mountain" by the railroad officials, shown the lay of the land recently papered rooms. Physicians f
and promised "heaven and earth" if he would but do their bidding'? declare that arsenic had been usedin r-.;, +r
It should be noted in this connection that Mr. Jennings's compensation the manufacture of the cheap wall Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank -
from the trustees during his four years'service as General Counsel amountedto paper with which the rooms were Building; .
hung and that breathing these fumes Klftfltrnmee. FlaT .Cwtw
the very neat sum of $4O.531.22-an average of more than $10.000 per rr
't year, or more than DOUBLE. his regular salary. And wherefore the EXTRA had caused the patients' illness.IIi Bryan Realty CompanyOffices
." M. RIVERS. M. D.
,l perquisite'? Echo answer "wherefore.? '

i The records would seem to indicate that the trustees were so jealous of W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell PHYSICIAN* and SURGEON on Broadway, Kissimmee,
the "good name of the State" that whenever their General Counsel Jennings Ii CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW Office over Qscaola Pharmacy Opposite Graystone Motel
succeeded in making a particularly large donation of State lands to his railroad 'Phon Rtlldence HI.LEWIS SIOfTlce

1 friends they would vote him an extra f fee for good, measure! For example, Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen .
December, 1907, when the crafty Jennings engineered the deal to give the Bank Building r
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. 371,000 acres of Everglades lands and ...
; 113936.95 IN REAL MONEY, good friend Knott and his colleagues were Kissimmea Florida O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW
Orange Groves, Timber I and, We Pay Taxes far NonresiklenU -
so delighted that they insisted upon making a present of $5,000 extra to General -
Cattle Ranches, Country and and Act a* Owner'sOty ** <&
1 Counsel Jennings for having furnished them the opportunity to serve the Waring- Building. Property Agents for Rental Property. t '
I* :I railroad company. Did Jennings refuse this tangible expression of grati- ,
tude for his "patriotic"service'? Not if we may believe the records. DR. W. W. CARSON -
Having sensed the keen desire of Knoll and his fellow trustees to save r-2:
h s, "the good name of the State"-and not overlooking the profitableness to him- DENTIST J. A. TROVILLION, M. D. }
self of the: procedure-history records that Jennings effected Another "cornL Office over Pilley Building Special Attention TUMORS to and ree
CANCER, GOITRE,
:; promise" an alleged railroad land grant held by the Wiener Land Company. Offle Office'Phon) Hour 111 R: ..I ld-.II.nc.1'Phom-I II DISEASES OF THE SKIN. .
.Jit this case (March, 1908)) the Wisner Land Company Was presented with Oaa Admlnlat.red T..for th Kxtraetloa Orlando Office-Boardman Building, R. S. FLOYD -. '1;: ) 1
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some 72,000 acre of State land by Knott et al.-and Jennings came in for; 8tolla-m. .
Office 2 to 4 and 0
Winter Park -
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fee of Dealer In
another extra 5000. ,
to 8 is sepl- 6mo pd
,y. "While till on the pay roll a* general] counsel Mr. Jennings received4ommisiions : p. ....
from the trustee amounting to more than $7,000 on certain J. W. THOMPSON $
. Groceries Grain aj\d ccd
I Nay {
'; '..let'of their land. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Robert'Riedel.Co. ; .
/ -"December?> 1908 Mr. Jennings acted a* "representative 'for R. J.&Uet"a WORKS ; .
? NOVELTY ,
land Although he requested andLICENSED Broadway and akin AYAV '. ,
Corner
t submitting a proposition to purchase HOBSI Bills i Spuialtf. ,All litirtor Fliljl e -
theZruiteeg'tti: procure other counsel to represent,them In this particular aa. EMBALMER WiaJsa, ..:y. ( r-
.lane*,'no"'deduction'wa. made from his ryageneral counsel" for'the . t'Vlndee/.a1D..IFnrs.ti._ ass4 D.-. .- r. Try Ua on Your Next OrdoiFor.Feed; ' r .
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few minutes coaiumed this, very interesting.transaction.! On the !other 8&oft..4. : Chapii.- Stewart .... '. ......... 8k** Jill KeaJdesM 1STDarIi . : '". ..,'- or <" ?

k "rh1'refordvda' show that-come.- moblIaJC1)| he.became, the.owner of i .xi..iiaaa..j....;. _,., ' ,', Ktm- Are, Near. Freight" D'V. : .
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such case had never occurred derful medicine and everybody ,out St. .Augustine.-Emma Taylor;' a

r LIVED ON MILK, our war'la talking" about' it..: You canpoOhla ONLY 12 COUNTIES littleixUTot! H,y* r;/i,aaved.th&3tfe ,

ROOf-KNOf": ln'the papers if you want tn; of a little boy at the risk of her owl :e

RMq "1 have eons tomato, plant which AND BREAD ONLYSPENT : of because# women.'ln I 'know the\ 'there same are bad\ftz't thousands I MINUS. FARM. AGENTS -ttf... 'The; boy fell .from a bridge into.Oyster ') u,
creek in New Augustine: and
F T 0 are.putting on young tomatoes Some .-, . ,.. i had Jbeen,_in, for BO_many years." .,' (' the little girl jumpdIn?,nel rescued]
.S GROVE y of the vines are .drlng: .o -rootknot.Is "6yER $$1,000 TRYING', :TO : Tanl.c.la" told in 'Kiseimme..xi[ '..Thirty-nine counties I InFlorida; have Tiinv;, "bbe4 iuM.jiot:: .wlm.'but domed

there. any .way to'' stop""it .fromspreading GET' RELIEF FROM, 'CHRONIC elusively! by J. Z; Rober on;, In St. farm demonstration ft agents "or' have how her courage: enabled her to drag>,

GARDEN, & FIELD ? What effectwould( it haveon DYSPEPSIA-TAKES TANLAC Cloud Kenansvilie by. Seminole""Phillips Pharmacy Bros..'.Adv.; fc ,In mad.provisions for,them..This leave they from' the, Seep' 'water"to .the/ }

onions J"t ,* > GAINS NINE POUND only twelve that ,have no, "agent. bank., 1J] J
QUESTIONS ANSWERED! IMMCDIATEIX! AND :--- "
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--iI. Mf MAIL Ai.swer2. The. only. way to keep Thirty-four a.nia are'employed.. I .---
.; Mat NHG.PRA"OI.DI" 'J 'counties
Ham. Five have made
it'from i spreading on 'Our'present "I told my husband that my Tan- provision A'
4 Tea )
JmtON F.arlteee&Conaixr crop
for but have none These '
j agents yet.
W.C.T.O. COLUMNFrances KeepingYourselfWellTHE'FIRST
j' JACUONVIU FLA.BISULPHIDE is.to pull'up the'plants thus''' Infectedand lac, was out' and'that, I just had to go I I I five counties will be supplied a* loon ..

destroy them. cultivating the to ,Birmingham to get me another.bottle I as suitable men can be found.
AROUND, crop the root-knot is likely to be'' carried as I' wouldn't be'without It for I Willard :Union (Klsslm- The demand for men tofill agricultural sTEP:
YOUNG TREES"I in the dirt I '
alangthe '
tools feeL. There rows is treatmentfor on any amount of money and that ..IaI' mee) meets on the*second and fourth position I ia large, and counties Usually the first Indication .of a l
of or no
have used bisulphide carbon
I "
why I am here today, said Mrs. H. which are ready 'to lake agents must i
to root-knot while the crop lion Fridays of each month at Hart Memorial lowering of health i* found in the
ants but
goodeffect a* Jit
B. Barrett when she called at Jacobs'drug compete'with these other demand for bowel and liver. Something goea'i
to.. J.' ; or five instances, where th*nests the ground. The general method store in Birmingham recently to building. 9 p. .m. +them. C. K. McQuarrier state gent wrong-we eat too; much: or work i ?
re right,under a young orange tree, given for the treatmento f root-knot get her second bottle. Mrs. Barrett' for the University of Florida Extension too hard-and the bowel action '
.. all the leaves have is to plant resistant but Rain prevented full attendance at I "
dropped. I sprayed crops; practically rseides at Republic, a suburb of Birmingham a -Division, expect to have the remaining weaken or the liver it sluggish. 1
the ground with carbolineum to all of our truck crops are sus and is well known."I the last meeting of the local W. C. position filled In a few That heavy feeling-on arising in
'Y kill ants. Did I make ceptible. Onions are not quite so siisceptible the morning, dryness of the
escaping a mistake have only taken one bottle of T: U. So tho superintendents of the months. :
in the bisulphide as tomatoes and beans, but > throat with bad taste, a slight
using and car Tanlac and have gained nine pounds. I different departments will be appointed The demonstration work is growingand headache, dull eye..:-all show that ,
bolineum in this way? you would stand a chance of having Yes, sir, this Tanlac has done me more at the next meeting-Nov. 10. farmers are anxious to cooperate. I food has fermented in the intestines -
Answer: Sometimes using too some trouble with them. When your ;good than all the medicines\ have I It is expected that the twelve and that the body is manfacturing -
large quantities of bisulphide of car- land is bare again, we advise trying ev. r taken. During the past four- FROM THE HOSPITAL.. RECORDS counties that have not made provisions' I \ poison instead of
bon directly under the roots of trees the cyanimid treatment. I teen years I have spent more than "The county hospital in Denver is for agents will be wanting men soon. good blood. '
Clear it all out. Give the
will have bad effects but this is
; very $1,000 trying to get well of a com- one of the institutions which is feel !I stomach and bowels a fresh start +
+ seldom and requires a greater quan- KEEPING BORDEAUX sapping ing the effects of prohibition," Rub a sore throat with BALLARD'S the
plaint that was gradually my saysa tncouriftt; liver to go to( wfi
tity that would generally be used in MIXTURE PASTE strength. writer in the Denver .Neivo. SNOW LINIMENT. One or two applications -i work. Manalin does ell of this

.. breaking up ant nests. If you have "Is there any"way to keep bordeaux "For the past four years I have "The 'great human streams that will cure it completely.Price without griping or' weakening.d
damaged your trees by this treatment, mixture paste after opening the can ?" pved almost entirely on milk and formerly poured through the dors'of; 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. tonic It's the, because ideal it laxative follow and.Nature's liver ,y
general conditions must have combined Answer: Bordeaux mixture paste this have In Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.
bread and finally that got so it went hospital changed greatly plan, without discomfort inflammation -
to bring about the effects and you will keep indefinitely after openingthe against me. I dared' not eat mea & i 1 character since prohibition l has been in I I or forming a habit. Con-
must have teen generous' with can if you take the precaution to Happiness a Beautifier, ; stipation be overcome withits
very or vegetables of any kind, and if I (force. Stabbing cases, of frequent Is'i may r
the bisulphide of carbon. We do not keep it filled with water. This water did, I would suffer for hours afterwards I occurrence on Saturday evenings:' and Happiness greatbeautifier. I' use. Liquid or ..
anticipate anything mo0 serious than takes none of the virtues of the The sad woman may be interesting 4. kA444A ar
up ,fc' I for which the physicians always planned -II III tablet form.The
and she have sort of :
may a pensive Tabtt. -
the "throwing" of the foliage. We material; so if the can is tipped over, I of their routine work, .
?
"I had chronic dyspepsia so was as a part taste
awhile but this !
for quickly
have never heard of citrus trees be. nothing is lost; but by a layer of wa- told, and nothing prescribed' for me I have now become- almostunknown.. beauty , I k Ildnalllee* candy. ;
while mind to ,
ing killed in this way but when fumigating ter being over the paste, you inaure brought any relief. I rarely ever I Gunshot wounds:, skull _fractures and I fades a happy sterns over.i I them, and h
spread a glow of sunlight even they' ,a*,
the in not dried I $
in flower gardens water the paste being s
some ornamental went to the table, because even the other bloody results of saloon rows the faces. ea'"
plants have died' from the Out, and therefore the material keepsin sight of 'food or' to smell It cooking I have practically ceased. The hospital I plain I cent 10 .and u i

effects. fine condition. would nauseate me. I had a bad tastein 'formerly averaged one attempted suicide To do awaY with the sound of a I ?' TkP_e:.
Your spraying carbolineum over the my mouth and nothing I ate tasted I a day, and the operation of the j I II watch or clock in the pick room place c......... 0. '
ants running about was good SPIDERS NOT INSECTS. : it under a tumbler.,!or a bowl. I
a very right. I ha 1 always been healthy anda ("poison .service" was one of the most !
Carbolineum is likely to "Someone made the statement the (I' I "'1'' .
I .
.Idea. very woman who looked after her household ,vital and interesting sides of the hospital --:- .
burn young citrus growth, though other day that a spider was not an I duties, but since having this life. These have dropped off, Which
sometimes it does no damage at all\; i insect. This is news to me, if it iftme. trouble I got so weak I could not do ,until Ilr. Storey, house physician, now costs most- '.
but there is no probability that in What do you say about it?"
my housework and had to have help. says three a. month is a liberal estil, painting waiting ? *
spraying the ants in this way, and be- I I Answer: In everyday field work i ''I would have awful pains in my mate. I Ii or ?I

ing careful not to hit the trees, you
damaged x.. the .trees with carbolineum. it would be rather far fetched to' sleep well. When I heard of this Tanlacit I that discouragement or strain.d human year you wait it will require more \paint and ro
I make distinctions; but technically I I would of have labor it in condition. And
sounded so good thought relationships many types more to put good .
ROLLING LAN). there is a marked difference. Insects I try it, because I was ready to try been- responsible for this ghastly side j every year you wait, your hous'- worth less. ;! '' lr Ihjj /

"Do you advise excessive rolling of have six legs, wings, and a body in !! anything that I thought would helpme. |lof city life," says a writer in the Den- A little paint-money, Is good paint-insurance.. II, im iI
truck land'" three sections-head, thorax and ab- I was never so surprised in my I ver !News, "but, if the startling figures l I' !
Answer: We have had no practical -' domen. Spiders have eight legs, no'1[ life; it helped me right from the start, .;'t the county hospital prove anything I I ofI
experience with rolling of truck wings, and a body In two sectionsthe I the medicine seemed to take hold right at oil, they prove conclusively
land. Rolling increases evaporation, head and thorax (joined together) i j at once and I could just feel myself I the disastrous! effects of whiskey ,on E
.. and In the North, where rolling is and the abdomen.: There are other !I I getting! better from day to day. Before I our civilization and what a huge I

used to settle the roughly plowed land, {'distinctions, also, particularly the formation I I, I had finished my: first bottle I amount of human waste can be laid 1"

; it is considered good practice to run I of' the eyes, buU the above !is i I i got so I could eat anything put on I to this evil. LEAD AND ZINC PAINT '-
..,. over the surface a harrow or a culti- 'sufficient' for ordinary purposes. I II 1[the table and could hardly wait for I The daily diagnosis of "acute alcoholism nwIUt wuone -____ wweat -1.v .

vator set very shallow, to create a I Put a porous plaster on the chest meal time 'to come. I certainly bless ," "pneumonia following alcoholism

dust mulch, thereby stopping this I and take a good cough syrup internally I the day I got this medicine, for I be- I ," "delirium tremens," is now 8 r'

evaporation. The rolling is for the I if you would treat a severe case of ,lieve jt has added years to my. life. disappearing from the hospital records -,
4, _purpose' of making land more corn-1 I sore lungs! properly. Get the dollar |Oh! I feel so much better and sleep and the latter is now so rare as I II
pact when plowing has made it too size of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND ''so much better and am not nervous Ito be a curiosity. :

,100M."I As you know, there is a happy I SYRUP. With each bottle thero: is a ':like I was. Just think, I have actually :
,.; medium between land being too free HERRICK'S RED PEPPER !gained nine ((9)) pounds and feel I "Rum fights shy of suffrage," remarks -. r

compact and*being too loose, and often P9ROUS PLASTER for the chest.! strong in every way. .. the Chicago Tribune. "The

on heavier Boils the rolling, :followed Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.Sebring.Erection "My neighbors were as much surprised drink demon always pays woman the .,
Qj, .- by this light cultivation, will as I was and 'they are at my compliment of being afraid of her." r.
<' bring,about the proper condition. Our of a $16,000 ho- house every: day, telling me how well .
t : lands here fall in place so easily that>tel has begun.. Spanish'architectural lyloolc. I counted up' yesterday and ''FRANCHISE. FOR WOMEN. .f- tx1L
r. personally, we have, never seen an instance ,design;" 200 rooms; golf links; oak fourteen of them are either taking - ,

Itl".. where rolling would be needed;' grove; nailed Kenilworth Lodge, Tanlac or will comments taking It as This 'i Is my'very: last.letter: before ..' .lJust .'.
I"" though, of course, we would not want George E. Sebring heads, the company. soon a* they can go to Birmingham the' State Convention where I hope to '
Jfe. t* wake the broad statement that Open on or' before Jan. 17 next. ' ;I Land( get it.. Tanlac( is certainly a won- meet and greet the white ribbon hosts ;;; as won aa your house needs painting, come in and' lee

of Florida. As the months have passed I u* show you how little it will cost you to use DEVOE. i i'j J.
it ha seemed that the equalsuffrage We say "DEVOE" because it's absolutely pure.
.r", cause progressed slowly; but in That' why DEVOE take fewer gallon, wear longer-and

r looking over the events' of the past ] cot leu by the job or by the year.
before has it- And that' why we guarantee Devoe without reserve.
year we find that never

Trees and Plants Must Have PhosphatesIt's such claimed-greet so popularity.many 'noted President advocates Wil-and W. B. Makinson Company .r


Not in the Soil, It's in NA TURSO WN son and addressed endorsed: fully the national votes for convention women. Kissimmee, Florida. St., Cloud; Florida. ;:' :

\ lie said:
Each tree in every grove and each plant in garden or field must have a certain "In the last few decades this government

amount of phosphorus. Citrus and vegetable growers know this statement to be a fact. has had to deal with the -

Most soils are deficient in phosphorus, therefore, this plant food must be .sup- agony of low wages, with social ques- .I i4 i4V
plied. The question is which is the most efficient and economical method. tions regarding relations of human be-
ings to one another'; and as these

NATURSOWN Supplies All NeedsA questions have assumed greater .
prominence the equal suffrage move-

few years ago the grower or farmer had but one' recourse-the commercial ment has gathered cumulative force, ,

product known as acid phosphate. Today, however, persistent enterprise and improved HO that if anybody asks himself, What
'
\, machinery have brought about the reduction of raw phosphate to particles. does the gathering force mean? if 1,1
fine that the farmer can do his own acidulating in the soil. he knows, anything of the history of

NATURSOWN is a high grade phosphate which, because of its thorough pulverization '- the country he knows that it means
and its 32 per cent phosphoric acid content, provides trees and plants with something that has come to-, stay: and -- A

all the phosphorus required. has come with a conquering power. w1d'y
It is going to prevail, because women
have'seen' a vision of dutj which we a
Growers Have Obtained Results .
-
not only cannot resist, but. do not

,< In experiments made at the Maryland experiment station, it was found that raw wish to resist.candidate" for the Presidency The Old Fashioned Kind :

phosphate produced higher total acreage yields than acid phosphate, and at less than /TStfery for equal suffrage.The .
boldly '
."" half the cost. is speaking press has never been so favorably Real Blood and Bone
A progressive farmer near Orlando plowed in ;
the A majorityof
NATURSOWN with his cover crop and made the best outspoken for cause.
yield in sixteen years. Many others have secured: the weeklies and many editorial of the (NOT TANKAGD ; j
articles and
dailies print our. .
: big results with NATURSOWN. e
S
endorsement. We have proven pub-
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,r % Grows i :
( good crops-Enriches
who and what our organized .
1 . Sold in bags-State fertilizer tag attached licly j
Examine the analy i -. n q OVyN enemies are-the vice trust, the liquor and sweetens the soil We :
y trust, the white slave trust. Hereto-
;. Our booklet is fall of convincing fact*. Write fore .they have worked under cover; have the real thing-Home- i i
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.' for a copy today.Lakeland now the world sees that because they made from Dried Blood and ) ..
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. are evil they wish to keep the voice j Home Ground Bone. Don't ,v j;
of Christian mothers BH nt. ; ;.:
and vote
fi Phosphate Company Political parties in four Southern overlook this when figuring .f

Manufacturer NA TURSO WN States have declared for Southern equal State suff- Pb t; on your fall requirements. I,

,' rage. In nearly every

. .:. f Cypress Ave., Lakeland, F1a.'tH'l II I the W. C. T. U. has adopted the fran- I MADE AND SOLD ONLY'DY. :5
chise department. So, dear women l- :
Z who wish to share' the highest power WlIson&ToomerFerlilIzerCo .
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for good in the gift of nations, rejoice. 1
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IRENE GALLOWAY ADAMS, >U iirM____ of IDEAL KEUTUJZERS.FcrtlUaerMaterial .
.if'. Superintendent.
'(,' '. n-.a- In *; Spraying?IchU>., .
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/. Regulate'the bowels when they ery
-: " 'I' to move properly. HERBINE is an i
Ir 1. ....:,.., I admirable bowel regulator. It helps JACKSONVILLE;; ,FLAB ) .,

.J. ,Uhe liver and stomach and restores.a! :- ,t .
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fine feeling of strengtbknadlbuoyancy.Price ... '1'... .. .... .. ,, . ......... \1f' ...'" n ,-.. =- .:- ,
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., $ := : : :: :.''I Minority Democratic *. '. '*'f Ptpmptneis in thin matter, we remain,, 'TIMES--UNION PRAISES' ; '

: "H. 3, BRETT . '


Ii.M ii 1.r Trap: .and = .1 ", Committeemen: Meets "Proxy"Proxy"LEWIS for for Osceola Walton O'BRYAN.County.County. CONGRESSMAN' SEARS J:


1 (Contiuned! From Page One.) "J. B..HODGES, 'II', t

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9 lei have been used for the purpose of 'committee, about' 4.000, to promotethe We consider Joe Sears one, or'themost

where are covered, Is going to make qualifying the negroes of Florida at candidacy of W V. Knott, admirable men in. public,life.., "

-DONTS" FOR NEW HUNTERS LIVES rapid progress when he takes his position the coming general election for the "Therefore, be It resolved, by minority CYCLONE MITCHELLTHBEATENSOFFICIALS He has made for his district, a good

THAT MAY SAVE on the firing line of a trapshooting -" purpose of voting them for any par- members of the State Democratic Representative and has acted throughout '"

club. ticular candidate." Executive Committee in con- his term with an eye sIngle' to .. :,
-! It is nearly time to hear about thi"didntknowltwasloaded" "'
It isn't necessary to snap the ham- Resolution Endorsing Catts. vention assembled, that the action oft duty. He has made no grandstand'plays
I idiot. The following resolution also was and hail made no effort to show '.
mer of the gun while indulging in .. e majority members be denounced I
The conservation of human life il adopted: Noel A. Mitchell off. We do not believe the ] ++
this practice. Assuming that the !as undemocratic, unfair Unjust and independent candidate -
worthwhile. These "don'ts" are intended Hammer is already down, a pressureof "Whereas, by a majority vote of the prejudciial to tM best interests of the for Governor, has announcedthat I idea in his mind has been centtE I
"
:i especially' for the new crop of :Ito He ..
., who will into' the wood the trigger is sufficient wilen.tl1e members of this' committee, W, V. Democratic party in Florida. he intends to file mandamus pro- Congress. has not .
youngsters go
fields for the first time hunt- object is covered and the brain sig- I Knott was endorsed as the Democratic "Be it further resolve,"that the minority ceedings against every board of coun- mind on the ascertainment of
and
? intended also for as those! nals. Later, those same signals will nominee for governor of Florida on members of the State Democratic ty commissioners in the State that refuses popular. That throughout his career

ers. They are he flashed when the novice is pointing October 7th by too Supreme Court Executive Committee call upon to place his name on the ballot. .has been secondary to the question.' .

,.; who Don't are careless.take one's' word for it at a moving target with a loaded gun, before the committee had been offi- all of the good Democrats in this He has already taken steps in that "What is right ?" This he has decided -*!

any loaded. I and if his mechanical construction is cially notified that Mr. Knott had been State who believe in placing citizenship direction in Volusia and Monroe counties -I for himself, and having decid

that a gun is not Always have assume in tune ho will hit the object.It [ awarded the certificate of nomination above party manipulation to rallyat I whom which he received notice ed what is right, he has done it.
is loaded until
that it
for you would seem that a shotgun were and while Sidney J. Catts also held the polls orf Nov. 7 and repudiatethe that he was refused a place on the I He has ben a hard worker and has
examined it yourselfDon't
\I the most awkward and illy balanced the certificate of nomination for governor unprecedented action of the ma- j ballot. ibo j :n faithful l to his principles and to
point a gun, loaded or unloaded Mr. Mitchell made the mistake of his and will be faithful to both
in the from the i people
'' creature unless object world judging of Florida by the Democratic jority members of the State Commit-
] at living '
any I
wish to kill it.Don't positions assumed by nearly every electors, and to? by casting their ballot for the having his petitions drawn so that j as long as he remains in public life.
\\1 you their signers requested the county( He has not made many speeches for '
novice and it is the
right at start nominee who awarded the
r'. shoot at anything until first I "Whereas, a resolution endorsing I II was cer- I of the
have enough of it to enable that he forms queer and often lastingbad Mr. Knott as the Democratic nominee lificate by all of the machinery pro- commissioners to place his name on public l'onsumptlon-and'
J r you seen I
the ballot whereas the law that in the Congressional -
providesthat speeches appear
;\, to identify it. habits if not checked and care- was passed two'' hours before the Supreme vided by party rule and legal prac-
you addressed to the
coached.Properly the petitions should be addressedto Record are .
fully
while Court had finaly decided that tice.
t Don't hold a loaded gun instructed thus, for posi- Mr. Mitchell in the foVm. of a request | public rather than to the members of
fence Mr. Knott was entitled to the nomination -
tl climbing a or jumping across
that he House. For influence on Senators
be a candidate. the
,.; a stream. Unload the gun first. tion and poise, he can be counted uponto and while Mr. Catts still held the Will Hold Majority Accountable.The I or Representatives the most influential -

It p:: Don't point firearms at any human take his peg with the air of a t I certificate awarded to him by the con- chairman of the meeting appointed Belmore.-Tom Lacey was killed at. speeches do not appear in the :,
and if he'lacks little
veteran
a assur-
t, being or domestic animal. Keep the ( stituted authority of the Democratic Belmore, Clay county, by Stella Wil- Record-for they are not delivered
in the ance way down deep in his heart he and of the election laws of Florida H. J. Brett of Walton. Lewis I
toward the party -
muzzle ground or I ilianvs (negro). A coroner's jury released from the floor of the House. They are
air. I will only have to squeeze the trigger and O'Bryan of Osceola, and J. B. Hodgesof
'
the the of
woman on ground in
6 f' made in committees or personal
twice I
behind real load to
;4ti Don't take a loaded firearm into a a once or "Whereas it was evidenced at the Columbia to present this matter to .self-defense. She stabbed Lacey in appeals. '

r:. hounse,, a vehicle or a boat.. awaken to' his possibilities.TRAPSHOOTER.. meeting of the State. Committee on George-. Raney, chairman of the I his right temple- with 'a 'small knife Joe Sears is the' 'nominee!, and there _C

f' Don't set firearms down without und Oct. 7 that a majority of the memberswere Democratic Executive Committee. The she happened to have in her hand is no good reason why any Democrat p

loading.! openly hostile) to the holder of committee retired and backto when he began striking her in a quar- should fail to votet and work for his ,

Don't shoot without knowing what NO "AEROPLANES" I the first certificate of the Democratic reported I rel that occurred getween the two. I election. He has years of usefulness '

'+ you are shooting at. ; nomination on June 27, 1916, by the the meeting that they had formu- before him and Florida Would profit

'S, Don't shoot on posted land. Your Secretary of State as chairman of the lated the following letter and had The Leesburg County Chamber of by having them spent in her service.

hunter's license does not give you the NOW AIRPLANES"News State Canvassing Board, and sent the; same to Mr. Raney: I Commerce has adopted a resolution --- - --- s

$, right to hunt on posted land, reservations I "Whereas it was the duty of this "Hon. George P. Raney, Chairman (only one dissenting vote) asking the Sebring.-Methodists are complet-

parks or within the city lim- committee as the executive head of State Democratic Executive Com- 'I Florida Legislature to enact a no- ing a $20,000 church; to contain a

k its. Land owners have a lawful and from Washington, D. C., says" I the Democratic party in Florida to mittee and Campaign Manager for fence law. 2,000 pipe organ.

moral right to say who may hunt on that a week ago the term "aeroplane I defend that certificate against all attacks W. V. Knott Candidate for Governor l l --_- -
---
l and to designate a heav-cir-than-air craft - -
their property. Respect rights until the courts had finally decided Jasksonville, Fla.
the national
waS discarded
officially by
for I
have regard
they will more you
t: and your sport and recreation. advisory committee for aeronautics.In I that it had been erroneously "Dear Sir: .J

a report issued today on "Nom- awarded, and"Whereas "We enclose you herewith a copy

FRAGMENTS. enclature for Aeronautics" the "name I j this committee: did not of the resolution adopted at a meeting .
TRAPSHOT I' T -
"airplane" is substituted for any take cognizance of the right of Sidney of the minority members( repre- :" '

;.w" Trapshooting attracts more parti- "form of aircraft heavier than air I J. Catts to hold the certificate is-I senting a majority of the Democratic ...

does other which has wing surface for susten- sued to him by the State Canvassing voters of Florida) of the State Demo- ,<
cipants than any sport excepting '
f;; baseball. There are more than tion, with stabilizing surfaoes, ruddersfor Board, the legally constituted author'I'I cratic Executive at Jacksonville\ Fla., .o

f'' 4,000 gun clubs in the United States steering, and power plant for pro- i ity for issuing such certificate, I on the 28th day of October. 1916, and I 1 _

and Canada comprising not fewer pulsion through the air. The landing "Whereas, the chairman of this we ask you, as chairman of such committee i

than 600,000 members nad this num- gear may be suited! for either land or I committee stated on the conventionfloor to make a public report of the _

ber is fast being, augmented.. Manyof I water use." that he had made up his mind matters contained therein. __ -

I' An introduction to the report says to the Democratic nominee a -f/ WIll '
I them are women. I i oppose "Please make such report as earlyas You get
it is issued to eliminate duplications month before the committee was called )-
; I I possible, and not later than Nov. better
and erroneous use of aeronautical to and s, ortitL -
:, The colleges that have taken up a meeting, 2, 1916.

trapshooting as a sport are Columbia, I terms. Only new terms! peculiar to "Whereas, the open hostility evi- "The moneys mentioned in this resolution /f/ the modern arms. the modrr.n ammunition

Williams, Cornell Penn State, Yale, aeronautics are defined in the appended denced by the majority of the mem- is belonging to the of today. 4'
I money
Harvard Dartmouth and Princeton. list of 142 words and phrases. I jbers of this committee, including the Democratic party of Florida. It is I '1'155 mind of ties sLootiD public today .ccntcnq..poa.
:Examination
Most of them have instructors the of the preferred terms chairman harmony '
i was prejudicial to the money paid in to the Democratic par- R-irtgto. UMC.
same as in other branches of sport. shown indieats that an effort has been | and concert of action which this ty by candidates who participated in'' M. wise ....after .....1t.. ... cI."lIi.1I over to R..miDltUMC/ c.-

made to eliminate also all' foreign committee is obliged to preserve the primary held on the 6th of June, sad Ammuaiti, fame,. ...,....shooting qualitiUNC -.

Mrs. B. G. Earlc) of New York i words which have come into use among the voters, and k.rui. .n A.J-J;., Si.e G.-Fiya holt, simply ..... the tritftflnr' x
and committeeare
1916 and
20 of 'through development of aircraft. Most I ; you your for orb) .hot solid brwoh, ......m_ ...,..I..
city,.broke targets ,out 12 pairs of these French. 'such i "Whereas, the action of.a majorityof trustees of this fund; and we, as R.n..gtera UMC Pmf |0.. (Slid. A.tioa) .-Sis .hat. without nbdi.g, f -
I recently at.the',. Atlantic City trapshooting are, Very few the members of this committee was members of the State Democratic Ex bottom iio. kui...-1_ safe.

school ,with a'20- au&") ,gun. words have been retained, even such so at variance .with the sentiment ofa Committee, representAg!\ a R.min_ UMC. 3t .i Lim.J Slot Sk.fl."Arrow" "Nit. Club;-.L.port.m.a .
.
ecutlye '
This is the best performance recorded: terms a* "volplane" being discontinued s v.r.saulu;. the 1p..d SL.11s". ...."...h.... .
a majority of the Democratic electors majority, of the Democratic voters of /
for doubles at the school. in favor of "glide," and "voljique" Get tI.. ddat1'II" to t6. dater'who. dirpLys tJ,. Red Haft M.I->k or .
of Florida and'of the sentiment of the Florida demand that such be .
moneys
rejected for "nose dive." One French Ro" UMC the Sign of Sport.m.n i_Headquart. ia ev..y Via. ti ,
minority members of this committee, Dot expended in the interest of any ,
term retained Is "cabre" which is defined I Sold '.ark .d.alerndl.I47otL.r {.
The Nome (Alaska) Gun Club conducts lor.
'and candidate who was not so declared to ....ia merch.nts In Florida k ;+
some of its events under great as meaning the flying attitudeof "Whereas the majority members of be a candidate by the Democratic par- CJ.J..1r-r.'REM01L.&i........ '

; difficulties Not so long ago they helda a machine which travels "down by the State Committee have established ty of the State by and through its '..._ $.1_.. L.1._.s..d R"., pr....,..... '

tournament with five feet of snow the stern': when in .the air. headquarters and made this commit- election officials and we expect to e n. am.La.. Arm. U.... M.oaDlc CmaW.. c-,..., e ;
the ground. It is at Nome however I ; L......." ....(."..-.4 F_........1 Aw..lep"r'
on 44444 444444464444a tee an official campaign committee of ,I' hold you and your committee to strict w sAc WIJ #"".> I
: that they have trapshootihg I 0 ,V. V. Knott and has used or i is using: ;accountability of such funds. I II ' C WooI.-I. &.adip .N... Y..l :.

) tournaments at midnight, and not under 4 APPRECIATES KISSIMMEE all the money in the treasury of this "Thanking you in advance for your .1.1.1.1I !
artificial either. I
light,
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The big event at the recent outing - - -- - -- --
Oct. 27, 1916. jio'
of the American. Meat Puckers' .\"'0- I I .
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> To the Valley Gazette, ;;{ I
ciation at Cincinnati was a tiapshoot- :
.!- Kibsimmec, Fla.: J :
ing tourament in which 400 partici-I Six months ago I read a part '
I
.t' pated. The majority of of your paper and found it correct .> :
never shot at the traps before but I in- > 312Hore.paarer I
in every way jird very
r they are all devotees now. I *
teresting.. 4-i

At that time I did not intend <
SINSTRUCTIONS( FOR NOVICES IN
:, TRAJ>SHOOTI NG. 4 to stay in Florida; so I did not > New Series 1

become- subscriber, but I induced O rs' ,

.> others to subscribe. ,,
.) (This is the first of a series of three some y S a e, .
Now I have decided to stay in >
articles).
,
4 the heart of the prairies here- > Model a 8
1 was asked recently what I considered -
4 perhaps forever. So enclosed.coO -
the first essential toward'an
> will find $1.50 for a year's < r.
-; early mastery, on the part of a novice, I -!. you subscription $635 -
i of the subtle art of target breaking, .
9" I have seen some more copies 4*
and reply was "Familiarity with
Roadster
my $620
t a shotgun." of your paper and I appreciate < T"
its evidences of good will toward 4*
It has now become quite common to
<. the people here. .c-
rHI ,teach people to swim, either individually -
Very truly yours .
or in a class by putting them '
00 MRS. B. WESZELINOVITZ. 4a ., rh
through a course of swimming move-

p I ments, and finally, when they enter 6oooooa4oaooaoo4Stop 4 Amazingly Comfortable

the water for the first time, they .

""p, strike out naturally. coughing! you rack the lungs

i .T By the same token a novice who and worry the body. BALLARD'S

can be carefully coached in the handling HOREHOUND SYRUP checks.irrita- They like its power: ;---it's the world's These things make it so amazingly r

of a shotgun, placing it to his I tion, heals the lungs and restores most powerfuriow priced car. comfortable that people can hardly
shoulder, assuming a correct shooting comfortable breathing. Price 25c 50c

: ; position and pulling the trigger, ascertain I and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osce- believe their senses.

objects on the nfrall or else- ola Pharmacy. Everybody concedes its beauty. I

... You wouldn't think that a small light : ,fIt "
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We are in the market for small wins on economy. economical, low priced car could be I,:

so comfortable.

.. stocks of CA TTLE and will paycash But its roomy seats, deep upholstery f t

"' and easy tiding cantilever springs- But come in and let us prove it to you. r "

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. FRIDAY."NOVEMBER 3, iPit. 'THE. KIS.SIMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE' 'PACK 11 .l



tnf* order be once a week .
pubU.he
A 'tnbiture': of three ounces of bismuth for ela-ht (I) weeks In the Ten'ment Cempany; i be .ubmlt. to the electors of the For One of '
Compulsory 'Education Klcslmmee .Valley Uasette. a newspa* \Vhlch. application wi be -baaed 'upon .. general election' In '1914 the Btat : "F.rml..I ne.
.,one-half ounce each of tin and per published In said County of Osoeola. the petition for now on It!. for ratification or rejection For ort.. for 19th
State ot Florida, and areneralcirculation In said Court. '. Section"1. rial BnatO
lead melted together and three'ounces ox Every male person of the the' Stat of,
/ .
Dated ,
A .
ISth. n.t, M'
In'.ald County. wltnea Oct age of twenty-one years and upwards For One Member ot the House of

(Continued .fro..P..c. One.) of mercury added when the first mix. the Honorable James W. Perkins .4''lt ,GEORGE- -. BARBER.. who Is a cltlsen of the United States Representative* of the State of .Flor*
said Court, and my name aa Executor. at the time he applies to register abs" Ida*
OJ r looking-glass which Circuit Court.. this ,the 1st day SEVENTh JVDIC'IAL 4TIRrVIT OF elections "nd... the Constitution of the. For Sheriff.. '
needs renewing, A. D. 1515. K1.OUIIIA. CIRCUIT O t.HT .FOSCIOOliA State of provided that he For Clerk of the Circuit
Florid. pos
Qualification of votert are the will mfrfte it as good as new. Apply (Ct Ct Seal" J. 1. OVER8TRBET. COUNT-IX ....... tolo.IDI .ddltona qual- For P.cutln.Attorney.CODr

wm at for voters In general elections witW Clerkof; Circuit Court ( flcatlons: For of Taxes.
.,. hare's foot111111111ii11n Johnston A Oarrett Solicitors H* shall have ...1..4 and' had 'his For Tax Collector... > : .

. t ,. The .am. election'rule.* apply Complainant 41-1 Myrtle I Llsrhtser.Heir permanent horn of abode In For County Superintendent of Public ,
t ..
.1.1. th* Stat of Florida for on ,
( year and n.truollon *
&t. ,as in general elections, except that I i IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SBVenth vs. In the wherein he applies to Surveyor.
are'made ItS S M Judicial Circuit of 'n,and et Thsaa W. I'sIer.eee.ed.Rear..d..t.. register ; months previous there For Five County Commissioners.
election returns to the Florida : r
county forOsceola County. In . C. .. _. .. toH Tor 'Three Members of' the ,
school board, which canvasses the I Legal Iii I W. Johnson cmpl.ln.nt ... L. M. must to read write and Board of Public Instruction County
It Park; R. U : A. V. PJck- BILL TO OUIICT TITLE. Interpret any section of the Constitu For Justice ,of the Peace In and for
11 and .otherwise has charge. ren and K Plckren her busband; I... B. ] ton of the Stat of Florida at the time the roUo.lnA ;Su.U" vis
,. .county-wide election the law I Pooser; I Plckren I (also known To all parties clalmlr an Interest h* applies to register and -vote. Noa. I, 8.t .9Dlstriots
; a AdvertisementsNo1Itn D. Graham): Calvin Iluckel l and "h'I In the followingdescribed property, He must own In hi. own right prop For Constable In for the follow '

f_ ''be.applied in any school district F. U..dl.y. a* former co-partners. under Tho 'V. Palmer, deceased, orotherwise erty to this value of not less than five IT" Justice Ulstrjot.ne .: NOB. V"in 1:4:
'j Ins . to-wit: SEof NV7-14 hundred which 1 I
; under the firm of fact shall 4.
name
'" gives a majority for it, and the t . I' I I I II I I III Buckela ft Headley and .. Individual: and fractional 8W-K of NE4 ot Bee. .. .dola. by the assessment testimony Whereof,' r'have.hereunto -,

Of AIJMINISTRATOR. and William BoswellL and all 16. Tp. IS S. of n. SO K. In Oscsola books of the county at the time he hand and affixed the Great
law shall not be applied in any district I Fe r Final Da..........) claiming Interest under J. B. Simmon person County FlorIda applies to register and vote Seal .tim'State of Florida. at T..U.

that deceased; or otherwise You and each of you arc required to He must not have been convicted. hassee Capital, this the .
gives a majority against It Respondent
re- I. Ce srt of C..t; ....-. State of ROl to Quiet Title.* Order of Publica: .appear to the bill of complaint filed previous to the tint. h* applies to reg- fourth day of August A D. 1914.. *

Yffardl is of whether the county a. a v....... O...... Cauaty1st ; tion. To all whom It may .This. on Monday D.e Jdth. 114 later or vote of larceny. robby, forgery (1.. 8) H, CLAT CRAWFORD,
anpearlne from the "Bnc"/1 I order to be publ.h..d for It perjury or bribery tn of' of State.
any r
whole- votes for or against die law. re E..... ef Charlea F. I.......4, Sr. plaint filed.In this cause sworn Bil there are con..cutv.. weeks In KI.lmm.a court of any Stat or of the United To 1.. H. tnlramS Sheriff of Oseeola

A three-fifths majority Is required It Nptlce la hereby given, to all whom persons nt the property Involved a weekly n..pap..rrUbll"h"d States, or If so convicted, he must Count S4ZmoSEVENTH
may Ooncern that Ihe : In Klsslmmee, Osceola Coun ,
on let day of In 'rt''In than the have been restored to the rights of olt- -
to establish the law in a school district s..cW'B'i.Dojo.; Its I -shall apply to known .. that the namesnf amy '. Jtinicr SlATE
M. ).turphy. of such Witness hand and seal this Itth OK FLONIDA-.IlI 'CVC7R
person *o Interested are un r..c .0..1. *
1 or in a'county. said my final Court discharge a. .. .of frooate. for known to the Complainant: and that day of S..Pt Ut.. er 0'..nyIf p.r- COUKT FOR O"COLA VOVlTrN

The law goes into effect thirty days of the estate of Administratrix relief I. prayed In said Bill of Complaint OVJRBREE. son was on ;January or
Charles 1'revatt. prior entitled to ..
'after tht first regular meeting of the deceased will : and that at h': same time r1 1 .: It aaalnt I I. therefore such unknown ordered that Defendant allnnrtlea O'(Circuit Court Seal.) the th..r..to and laws of\ot.any of the EU.L'To QUIET TITUO.l .

present to said Court my final ac clalmtna; an Interest In the fol Bryan Pleda-er 8t.r. or Territories, or entitled to
school board held after the count Solicitors for 48-ltt
county aa administratrix of said estate, lowing described Complainant n government, T. them. Cemplalsumt.
property In .
and =
election. The fact of Its adoption Bated ask S'fnbt: : : approval. the County of Osceola .ltuae of I or any \ 7.rt-n or hi* descendants .I
WOTICB OF ELECTION.Whereas.the .
A.
D. 1515. The North half of the North .. .. the right to All startle'rtalaatB* .. IBM
Flo.lda I
must be published. 14-lamo4mo SARAH A. PRHJVATT. .It the Northwest quarter of Section register and vote ..".. h* ehall not ... aider .Wt_ "1
Administratrix. Legislature of 1911. un be able to read writ 1 .
and 1. B. .
15. 'nt.rpr..t.ny > ereaeed. >
Township IS. South 1*.
Every child between 8 and 14 years TCast. Tallahassee Meridian.
old must attend at least eighty day. II* CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF to the of Complaint State of Florida did pas three Jointresolution State of Florida .. above provided, or lasida deaeHbed !. 4a* Bill ,
Florida. Seventh Judicial Circuit, 0.- herein Compl..ln.nBil, proposing amendments to because he shall not own ot .lalat :
in each year.Attendance. cools County. In Chancery. Arthur K. In A. .r D. 1.,1.the the Rule Day the Constitution of the Stat of Flori I the value above.. .peel fled' -.( "*- .
February. .
IonrR&n Complainant. vs. Elisabeth P. the 6th day of 1.1. same. belnl d.. and the same were agreed to by a cltlsen of the United n..lr.l.e '
at private or other Gardner ft al. : .I.e vote of three-fifths of all the memberselected at
a Defendanta It appearIng said will be the time they apply, and ORDER FOR BT PUBU.
taken
811 a* confessed; to each house that the I.re: : SFRV.CI "
by affidavit appended to the bill ; shall be admitted to
and
school shall'be accepted in lieu of attendance . filed In the above slated cauee that der be further. ord..r.d that this or on said Joint r..oluUon"were vot..1 present to the registration officer oertIdeate r
Rlliabeth P. Gardner .. "uhlah..d once a week for upon their .. ; .. .,
of his
atv public school. trustee and I. or aduly from the sworn Bill of
tw.tVI weeks In the n.t"r.1..tlon. I I.pp"Arlnl
Sidney Lambert .. trustee are. non .n..cnlv. the yeas and nays thereon and thedid authenticated In the above stated
School teachers (public or private) residents of the State of Florida and Kh..lmm... V.I..y said County. ., a of newspaper I determine and direct that the said I Sec. Upon the ::f"lon this case, that there. are persons claiming; ;

are residents of the City. County and ola, and o' O.c.- Joint resolutions be submitted to the amendment to the Con.rlutlon. the an Interest Inth property whose '
and areneral circulation In ..
accurate '
to .
are required keep State of New York. and that Andre van County. Wltvesn. the Honorable James eletor. of the State at the "n.ral1* L..I.I.tur. shall I name and places of r..len.-.r. in- ,., '
of attendance- der Meersch and Vina van der Meefsch In 1914. : -to -carry-' the fPproprl.te kisitwfl.Ot* the-age .-
complete !records 1 W. .. Jut's. of aid C.uldtiund r .
= and 1. T. Forlnw; 'Defendants-trM-reHi mv .P..rlln... thereof And Now therefore.' I.-i. Clay Cra-'orc amendment Into 'prp. year and that there la no person In
sences,: excuses, etC 'fWeBcK child. named are non-residents of the State official' seal of Clark the saM the Secretary. of State of I the State of Florida upon whom theervlre
of Florida but are residents. of the CI".ul CIurt. I Ida do hereby give .. that a gen- I of a Subpoena In this .
Exemptions are: .((1)) A child whose United States of America and that hln U... the 1st day of .... A. D. election be held In each The vote cast In complane. with would be bindingIt P"

condition is suchg the ages of all these parties are' ' J. 1..OVFIQTR"E. ty In Florida on Tuesday. next said propo..1 .. the la therefore ordered that an
mental unknown
Ct. 8 aM. .. .
coun-I Da.
pbysical or It ( ,, .rt. ing the first In c.n. an returns .
; Is therefore ordered that the .. : Monday v : an Interest ..'h..lr., ,c
said .h..ton &: Solicitors for Co<_ D. 1916. said : : th.r..ot. be subjected the t. c.lmlnl
to make its attendance impracticable non-resident Defendant be and nlalnant Garr..tt the Tuesday .1 same .. ..* or grantees under or .4
regulation
they 41It seventh day. of November for th rat. restriction as are
.
are hereby through Helen '
required to appear to Wiggins or L. B. Jen- t
or inadvisable. (2)) Any child the bill of complaint ification or rejection of the said Joint provided by law for general elections (
.
be
filed In said deceased or and
.
cauae I. the _Ji kina olher"I. "
C .1 the the State of .
Florida
.
on or before 1II0nda '. th. 4th -.I I..t. re.ollon. pro'o..lnJl.m..ndm..nt. to Complaint
residing more than two miles from day of Jerilelsl of *he (Mate of In testimony whereof 'I here.Unto ldofD
December A. IX 118. otherwise the al. ,. I.. to the State of Flor haver f"d..atttoh.tefl the Clerk of the ,
a. I.
)legations asS >r 0..1. C.y. ida. vls:' set my hand and affixed the Great
of
the schoolhouse--following the near- said bill will be taken In I. Heal of the State at Klsslmmee, Osceola .
due course .. confessed r..t. I of Florida at Tallahaase County, Florida, on or before th Rule
by said de *
the
est traveled route. ((3) Any child fendants It In further. ordered that Sdword P.I.... hlvnnrt A Joint Resolution prnpo.lnl an amen- day of July.Capital A. 6..t I:11.h. day In January next, the being
this ment to Section 9 of nTT
the
order be .
mikes its published once a week v I Artc. Seal the 1st day of January A. D. Else
extreme vs.feerfet H.
where poverty (
State .. CLAY CRAWFORD
for four consecutive weeks In the Kls. Con.Utulon. to taxa tlm. this Bill will be taken a* cnl..d.

services necessary for its own support slmmee published I Valley In Bald Oazette.. a newsoaper It apnenrlpor Ijeiwliifl bv Adaea.. ..n..p..t.. .. anoendedo Be ton It .... fnan..e. the Legislature of Secretary of Statex be It Is further ordered each that week. orep

or the support of its parents This the 21.1 day of County October. and A. I>.State.116.: Harriet th<* Bill filed In shove. eaune that the State. of Florida: I. ($. ("..!*. Stat ef Fiends twelv.publl.h.d consecutive once weeks In the'KInlmmee *-

((Ct. Ct. Seal) l.ulaa Adam 1esnord That the following amendment of He vest a Judicial ('ire.I Oaeeola Valley Gasette. a newapaperpublished .
but affidavits of parerts: and of such J U Overstreet Clerk Circuit Court. er-eln ..m.. a non-resident of rheState Section 9 of Article 9 of the Constitu Coaaty. la Chancery and of general circulation inOaceola

witnesses as the school officers may Johnston A Qarrett. Solicitor. for Com Mass..of Plo"ld. and the a resident. of of 41111. lon of the State, r..l..tnl. to tsixaUoi' H. County. prior t. t. saidJan ,
plainant ov.r age twenty.one finance. 1* .. .... to and M STEEN Compl..ln.nt .
require must be supplied in such 5-4t vea.r and that there. Is no neraon shall be submitted to & electors of u.JI.I my hand and the seal of '
IN CIRCUIT In this State the service of ffubr>oeyniiinnn the State for adoption or rejection at ANNA OYER AND CHARLES B. at Klsslmmee. this
COURT.
cases. ((4)) In any case wherein it is Florida.. Heventh Judicial STATe Circuit 0.OF whom would bind such Respondent the next general election hereafter; BOYER D..fendant. ISth day of September A.Florid.. .

ceola. : I Is to say, that Section 9 of Arti appended
J. L.
that the County. In OVER8TREBT.
Chancery. Arthur [
shown before a magistrate Donegan. Complainant. vs. EU..beth R.P. It la. therefore.. ordered that ..Id rtl of the Constitution! of the Stats to the PPb filed In the above-stated Clerk of th* said Circuit Court.
child lacks necessary books or clothing Gardner et al. Defendanta. It non-resident Respondent he and abe .. .. to read a* follows: cause Anna Boyer and Charles K (8..1.)
ing by affidavit. appear hereby I ii renu'red tO anpear to the "Section 9. There shall be exempt Boyer defendants therein named : F. KRIBB8. Solicitor. 41-llt
to bill tV
for school attendance: but this excuse In the above .tated appended filed Bill of C'.mpli'tnt filed In s.ld rausenfl from taxation property to the of are nonresidents of the State of Florida a

invalid when the child beth P. Gardner .. trustee cause and that.I Elisa or before M"nd'' the 4th day of live hundred dollars to .. yV.oth.t : and are residents of the Stat of -
made Sidney .
is ecemher. A l). isle the has Illinois ana ,
Lambert a. truatee otherwise. a family dependent on her for are over the age of twen _,
are non-residents
i supplied with books or clothing of the State and are real- ullesratlons of Bald m'l wl'l h* t.ke. support, and to every person who la s I ty-one years; It Is therefore ordered that
dents of the. tt"'I: a. oonfeased hy sail Rennnndent. bona fide resident of the Stat and has said nonresident defendants be and are
from any source. .((5)) In case of inefficiency New York and that County Andre and van State der of It t. r.r'.r ordered hat this order. lost a limb or been disabled In war or hereby required to appear to the bill .
be nttbllshed once a week for four *>**nweciitlve bY of. complaint filed In said V
Meerach muse ;
and Vina on or
misconduct or cruelty of van der Meerach. de- J1.tortune
a.. fendants therein vreek In the }Ci.si.Val- before Monday the llth day of No-
named are non-real lee 0.... a re-"i>iipe.r published In A Joint Resolution I vember. A. D. .- -i
the teacher which fault must be established dents of the State of Florida but proposing an 1114. oth.r..I.. the al-
residents of the United Stat.. are "M County and 8..t. amendment to Section 1. 1 and 4 01 legation olsaid bill will be taken as
however. by investigationby erlcs. ; and that the ag-ea of all of these Am- (Ct. Ct. S..I .J. To (1VPiRRTRP.7T. Article VII of the Constitution of the confessed by said defendant
Clerk Circuit C"'tr State of. Florida-'relating It I I. further
parties to censusand ordered that this order Market
are unknown. It I. therefore
the school board. This. October list. 1914. 46t be
published
ordered that aald non-resident defend apportionment. once a week fer tour
Occasional absences of not more ant. be and they are Be It Resolved by the Legislature of consecutive weeks In the Klsslmme Cit
hereby
required !. (.1. r ri. e .t the Stat of Florida: Valley Gazette a
to appear to the bill of complaint III.d'In . 1'. -.4" newspaper published "
than two unexcused absences within acid cause on before evth Jodlelsri That the following amendments to In said County and 8t.t. I
or Morlday. the C...,.. Isi ChaoerryThe the Constitution of the This .
State of Flor 4th.
four consecutive weeks .shall not be 4th day the of alienations December of A.said D. 1915.bill. will otherwise be w.... A c.. GP Ceasthe'lnwa ida be, and the same are hereby agreed (Circuit Otob..r J. I. OVER9TRBBT, Fresh Florida and .

The teacher excuse a taken In due. I P557. a C.r..rtI.a sude. to and the same shall be submitted to Court. 8eal Clerk Circuit Court
unlawful. may course a. confessed bv ;
.
said defendant It I. f the State ef Flrlda, electors of the State at the general Z. Bans Pledger,

child because of storm bad weather, that this order. be published further ordered once a ('_.a.I...' eleotlon. In 1914 for ratification or ra- Solicitors for Corpl..ln.nt't Western Meats
V. jection
I :
sickness or death in its family unforeseen the week Klaslmmee for four conaecutlve weeks I In I C. V. Dibble ..* P. I nibble. hi. wife.sad Section 1 of Article VII Is hereby ORDER OF
Valley Gatette. a news.paper J. nibble Bdsw INbMe his amended PUBLICATION.
s so as to read as follows:
or unavoidable accident, pro- published In said County and .. L....... -
tate.. This "The Legislatures- shall convene I !. .h. rirevlt
the Slat of .
day October of t. Revest of all kinds.
f It bv appended to C..r
appearing In the
tracted illness, or quarantine. A. I). 1915.Ct. .lld."lt. .. year of 1919 and thereafter Judicial the State o*
the hill filed In shall
cause consist
of one member of th* .
and the reason there ( Ct. Seal) that C. F. Dibble and P. B hiswife. Senate Florida l. .and .
All absences 1. I Ov.r tr..t. Olbhlo. from each county In the State 0- "o
the teacher 1 & Clerk Circuit Court.ohnaton .-and f. I.. nibble and Edna Dbbl. and of one member of the House of c..y. 1st C.el.
for shall be' recorded by : Garrett Solicitors for .
his wife the defendant-therein Representatives from each '
county In '
I Complainant .e. W IA Bonntr Complainant .
,
and shall be reported to. the attendance : 4I-4t are non-resident. of the Iat. of th* State for every ten thousand of vs. JIlL.!. FOR ) Phone Vouror-
'
ida and are residents State population the DIVORCJ
or major fraoilon
t..r.ln HattieBonner ..
NOTiCe .
: ,
officer. '.In protracted Illness or TOTHKIHTOBS, of Kansas, and that each are over the thereof there may be ma. It .

in quarantine, the certificate of ap1)lsIan I. .C.mrt ef the Cnjatr J...... Oame -ere. of ordered twenty-on that said year non-resident*: It Is therefore de'endanta -- jor the whole fraction number left over of population after dividing of the to the appearing- Bill filed by In above evidence stated appended cause r dcrs. 'andtheywilibe -:
that
C..y.> B4a<. f Fl.ri.. Hattie Bonner '
,
e> Respondent
or'the report of the attendance I. r'a lIIat... .f J._ W. ...*..l.. to he to the and bill are of hereby comnlalnt r.qul..d III..d'n county by that the each number ten thousand, therein n.me S a non-resident of the ; .
apt-ear county shall have
officer In\ verification thereof is To all creditors, lea-ateea. ,. distribu said cause. on or- b..lo.. Mondav the at _. .. Representative and th4. State State"of .. and a resident of Me prompty.
tees and all dma of Ohio. and
claim Is
persons ' or over the age
ll. 4th day of O.emb..r. 1914 otherwise no shall nave more than three
of
.. necessary. demands against estate: the of said bill will Representatives In the House of t.enty.on. year, and that there I
Rep
this
no
and person
You each of state the .
you. are hereby service
he said defend
taken by resentatlvea.
otherperson confessed The member of
or guardian or noticed and required to the subpoena whom would
Any parent present any ants. House of Representative shall upon bind such
of child shall be claims and demands oreither It Is further ordered that this orderbe elected for of respondent:
in charge a of .lII'afn.t a term two yars a It Is ordered
have : that said
you may 'theeltate
punished for misdemeanor for refusalto of James. W. Prentla. deceased. published weeks once In a the week Klsslmmee for four. consecutive Valley - .the. .. memb..r terra of the or Senate four years shall, .. ....pnd..nt be and she Is nn-r..le..nl. Phone
late of Osceola County. Florida, to the to the
comply with this law. A fine of :=nderalft-ned admlnlatratrtx of saidestate aa.eUe a and newspaper published In cept .hereinafter pr"ld..c..The elec plaint filed appear I, said cause Bi or of before Com- 4 '
said State. members ,
I within two from the lon to. shall Monday, the 4th of '
not less than $1 and not'more than hereof.Dated. year date Count .. lst'1514.Circuit .. same time and places. The 114, otherwise. November
l
of said
ledl.
( J. L. OVERSTREET.Court term of .
of
$8 (and costs) shall be imposed for Oct. MARY U. A. J.D. PRKNTIS.1911. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Sell ofl. on Senator the first elected In Bill respondent.if will be. taken ..... by said "

,
(1. F. KRIBBS. Solicitor for Complain. U19. Tha term 'ds..n.for
of
fine ol
Refusal to a 4.-9t o Is further
each .offense. pay Administratrix. ant. U-f elected In 1911 from the be ordered that this Order .
Each published once a week for four con
m..n. thirty days In jail. day IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH JUDIclal 10..ln. countlea. to-.I: Kacamhla. secutive weeks. In the Ifl..lmmvl.. .
-- IN JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT. Jackson -
kePt out of school become Circuit of Florida. In and for the Madison L lay Gazette, a i. In
child is First District County. fayette, Taylor, Columbia
the County of Osceola.. In C. o..ol. Florid. Nassau said county n..ipap.r-p .c U kvb'cwlctRnLprurMl
J. McPhatter. vs. J. T. va.1. Marlon. Sumter. Jefferson
offense three days W. Johnson I Chanc..rt. PI..lnUf. Lee J. ..
M.Park OVER8TREBT
a separate Defendant. damages $99. Monroe Volusla.
notifies R 1* Warthan.ntMr*. A. V. suit. To T. and achua. Ptn.m. Hamilton.Al- Clerk Circuit Court. r''!
officer of J. Liberty, Hernando
after the attendance Plckren and L Plckren. her husband: Nol. Brok. and This Oct. 2. 114. 41-4t ; .
It may concern: Notice : Palm Beach
the parent or guardian against violating L* 11. Pooaer. ; I. Pickren (also knownaa Is hereby given that on the list Levy, ..r ...: on the first Mondat IM- SOMACHf !
I I) Graham Calvin TIlE
*John F ) : Bucketsand day of October. A. D. 11. J. McPhat- In 111 other Senator to beelected IOUJXTY COUNTY JVIXiKf '(TOI'HT' PNE:
the law. Headley. a. formercopartners t..r did Institute a .ul aasumpalt In year 1911 their tsrro of Oi Ol'IIIOLA. STATE / I'

The fine for the first offense may besuspended firm name doing; of business Buckets underthe A In Brooks the, claiming above ..damages ajcalnat In J.the T. rI"p: 1..11llr.Ayr member the first Monday of the I. the saajttor at ILOR.nA. the psfbprrtr /f- Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the

collected (if costa Headley. and a* Individuals; and William the N.. a lM-V Stemach and Intestines AutoIntoxication -
and not amount of $90. and In said suit I elected at .W.al.r. ,
Boawell and all .. : NOTICE! .. .
I.
; persona claiming ot the :: ;1. that t'.
did procure the of a writ n In their term
"be pall) until a second offense is com Interests under J. B. Slmmona. deceased .. I..u.n.. ..rlt ha been of aRr' on the first Menday the Intention of the und..r.lln..d. J. H Yellow .aundlco. Appndlclt.and
otherwise .tt.chm..nt c.A II. Walker
: or : respondentsHill Lot 91 of the Land In : and thereafter. the as guardian pf other fatal ailments '
mitted. ) to quiet title. Order of Publication. A Improvement Company's Addition toKlsslmmee term of office of all member of the Naoma walker a minor to ,nak. ap reslt frm ,
All fines collected shall go into the To all whom It may concern: Itappearing City said House of Representatives shall commence plication to the County Judge of 0.. Stomach Trouble. Thousands of

nbrhff : t appended to the Osceola County, Florida. ndTheF: IF, on the first Tuesday after. the ceola County. Florid. at his office In
Kill filed stated that the court Stomach Sufferers their
county school fund. cause T. IJrooks first Monday In April next succeeding Klsslmmee. In said owe com '
the Defendants ( Respondents) L. M \ county on Monday
have SB of the the election. At the the 20th day of No
general election
An attendance officer may Park and R. U Warthan. are flOn.rMdent. .. i dv a and r.I :r..ld..nt of Knoxvllle."ennessee. |1n 110. and Senator to v.mb..r. A. I D. 1916 for authority to plet recovery to Mayr. Wonderful
of of of the State of ViortftTh r- nldenc .. be th.r..t..r. .1 nell an undivided one-fifth Unliko .
charge of one school or a group *. of each 0' nuM R" .f"'"nlenH h..- hereby required of toppt.ar of .Iee..d for a term which the Interest of the an(Inl.r..t 1'emedy. any ot er for Stomach
In this on the 4th day the term to
cause begin the
schools, and he or she may be a school InK given a. I M lurk'n' i lecember. A D. 1 16. there to abide first o- after the first Monday on In fn and to the following described realiroperty Ailment For sale by J. Z Robe
OeorulB R l K (;
: Wnrthnn. 1..lId..vlll situate In
school supervisor or any Oef, and It ] l such ordern In said cause ns may beIssued Apri following year except Florida. O..la (ounty, rson and everywhere.
rKlni > appt-arlntc iy RaidaITIdavIt
trustee or a druggist
: :hI" Wltpa. the hand and seal of when a new county Is cr..I..d. the to.wl. .northwest quarter of
that of .
the said Respondents
other suitable person. Compensation nice Justice of the Peace of Bald court Legislature shall at that time the forthw..t of section thirty-
Is over the age of 21 years.: tl Osceola County. Florida length of the term of the first Senator one (1. township twenty-five (2I>)

Is fixed by the county school board. If renldent In. therefore Respondents Ordered that said non- tin 'i:1'h'23 r : day of October: A l ii.: to he elected therefrom at two or four ,.. ,' ranJ"' Iwefly..I..ht, 'I2N> ,cant. \
herein-above "
the attendance (SEAL) rears with the end In view of keeplog norlh..1 quarter -'
to
This board may designat nnrn** duties as e<1 to appear to the Bill of Complaint I... balance t\-nlx (26)) nouth range '- -
officer such other .. of FlrBt Oaceola Countv.Florida with the number of the neiv"Seitlon ) w.n-I
...nldt, II.trl..t. ..
filed In on or before' I ihe 4th 1 of Article VII of the Constitution demed advisable. be
BO as to
may the alleRatlunn of salil lllll i will hetaken of
\ISTHATOH-S TO HKI.I.HUAL read as follows: acetfon| nix (O. township'twentynix
shall keepa
Each attendance officer a. rorifenHecl by aid It. 8))>ondentn NOTICF "The I regular Learlsla- (20)) rang twenty-
census of all It In further' ordered that I his orderl F"T-TE. lure that shall ::lon ort shall eight (28 t-sst Also beginning at thesouthwest
accurate ap-
complete and publlnhed once a week for four (4)ronatcutive la Ce. .f C... State ef portion the representation In the corper of the north..tQI.Rt..r

children in his or her jurisdiction between weekS In the KlnntmrneeValley 11.. ..... 4>..,. Ceaa4y. .loune of Representative, as In (juts of the northwest quarter of CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES
Oacette. a newspaper published I. re ... et Wllllasa Wevkeriey. article provided which apportionment .. quarter of section nix
6 and 21 years old-sex, age In sail County of Oscenln. State ofI'lnridlL D.e.ssedNotice .hal be based upfln the last censu I.- I (6), township twenty-six ((20) nouth.
and of general circulation In Is .. all whomIt range twenty-eight (28) .east and
address, by the State of Florida or by the run
date of birth, name postoffice nald. County Wltnesn the Honorable. may concern halrnF.toJ United States, whichever I Is the last north one hundred. forty (140) yards:

and name of parent or guardian. One James W. Perkins Judge of mid Court Administrator of Wilam taken. In the several counties of the east seventy (70) yards: south one
and my a.'r'eor.t Clerk thereof and theofficial Weckerley deceased "will on 14h State, and those that shall meet every hundred forty (140) yards: west seventy -
copy thereof shall be sent to the State said I Circuit Court day of November A. I). 1918. .. ten year thereafter shall apportionthe (70) yards to place of (beginning.

.to the county this the. 1st day of November. in.. the Hon. T. M. Murphy, County Judge repreaentation In the House of Also the southwest. qu.rtt of the
(officials one copy goes 1916. J. Li. OVKRSTREBT. In and for said County at his office In Representatives In the manner In this northeast quarter of six ( )
and is kept by the attendance (Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk circuit Court. Klsslmmee.. In said County. at 10 article provided, which apportionment township twenty-six. ( .cton II.
officials one I Johnston &: Garrett. solicitor for Com- o'clock a. m.. or aa .. as shall I be baaed upon the last census twenty-eight. (ID) .. .(8) ran. Best By Every Test
officer. This census shall be plalnanta. 4<-4t the matter can be heard, for authorityto taken by the State of J. B WALKER.
June I sell at public or private .sale the g ,. the United States. which Guardian of the estate of B
.1 _. .--recorded. in the month of annu- I IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH JUDIclal following r..rlbed real estate In said aver 3i.b last taken next before the 44-5t Naoma Walker a minor.
Circuit of Florida. In and for the County to-wlt: I the
llv. County of Oaceola. In Chancery c. 10 (twenty. ) and 11 (tw..nty.on. shall so apportioning convene. representatio NOT'CI OK BI.BCTION.

;i The attendance officer shall serve W. Johnson complainant vs. L. M.: Lt. J 7 (Seventeen. ), In the town Section 'of Article VII of the
the Park; R. U Warthan: Mrs. A. V. Plck of St. Cloud.? stltutlon hereby amended so Ce" To the Sheriff of Osceola County of the
all notices warnings etc., and has pen and I* Plckren. her husband: L. RPooser Which application will be based read .. follows: a Plate of Florida:

', -. right to visit any factory office, or ; L* Pickren (also known ohl* upon the petition for such saId .on "When any new county Is created bv He It known That I. H. CLAY
D. Graham) i CalvIn Duckets and CnA' FORD.
Ale In said Court the Legislature It shall be entitled tone <' Secretary of State of the Park Hotel
,; business establishment employing K. Headley.. a. former co-partner doIng Dated 10th Ot A. D. 114.J Senator and en. member of tin Suite of : do [ notlci
bttalnese under the firm name of E DROUGHT.45y' House of Representatives until its hot a :1"1 JlfI"/ : >: held *n
-...children.Th Buckets A Headley. and as Individual; Administrator.AMIIHSTIIATOR'S next' enumeration provided for In h*' liHccola' on (
attendance.officer shall keep I and William, Boawell' and all _r.on. of this article that shall he- Tuesday next ..oo..dln. the.Drat I
under
clalmlna; Interests ;J. B. Simmons NOTICB TO ELL 'n..nl.after the- ereati'on of the atid< Monday In I). 1 th* I
accurate record'of' all notices,.served, deceased: or otherwise. ; Respondents. r BJBAt. new county, or unti the next.efloweenumeration aid Tuesday beingthe IS NOW 0 PEN '
Bill to quiet title. Order of Putllcatlon. BIAT '
.
.
;"!Ie. prosecuted and other services To all whom It may concern! It !.'.Cw>r mi the e.- .flta.. *>| the United State of America be taken after tb lit "For :rt'.lre'nt..1 1' ,;
appearing by affidavit appended to the rimrtmm " Stn'j nf I "
;
creation of :
and shall report .them, annually the said whichever '
;performed |l lii media tho above Stated cause that ia >. Rge. .. r.. Dot"etaT shall the. aooner n.u.ty. after Male '!I .)
the lCboo'" board. The Respondents: Boswell.Mr tk.n Ci! ..' Presidential :
to 'countJ' i.
:vJIr..r.k the creation of said whet- ) Elector . _.
: I. to alt whomIt !
.AvT her Notice given
. Plckren Sr i :
*
i Representative .
.' h..bJ. It be entitled to one member, tit rg of tie < \ j
\Teaber.' shall t.e''ll'.T7.Yay husband. i.. 1:1.: Pooaer; I* Plckren (also ir.> . George J. Barber the.1al_ of Representative* for .rv Fourth I'ondrr.'sslenal District of ,

ff 4-' :with; attendance officers an4 shall.nks known Headier a;*all L. hare Of Graham addresses). and unknown;John F.to a Burlxr. i. 4.eutor D.the wiL.tt the ef Laura nth day D. fraction lan thousand population, or the major. t. .1* ot nf vorld.$ la the State Slx'rf'SVIWKS _, .. Ua. Ne MslsjlssjsslC .-
thereof the otteiBounties.
to'atten'dancey;, .officers;.and .th the complainant or to the complainant's of N.m.r. ,- apuly to the ."- same as. For ilovernor of the if i'lot HC ,
sa Sta.
of;'pablie In- solicitors; and It also appearing by and for _I Me.h,.CuntJ Judge Ic. InKtsilmmee For S.'cretar, ef the, f>( ; .
Heotinty ;,superintendent'; aald affidavit that the said r.pondeati In 1 eenty. < -
just above named are all over the aaeot la at 1* .ck A. Joint -fTor Attorney'general ( '
of f it I
rtrac11on,Uy..reports: of. absences, It-u therefore *->. m. v.r- an -eoon thereafter . ._ 1I.Uo. > oArleie.JOT wn iJ* _- ti r. "

f.i %stttendajices excuses, .jt3v:;;; lnToJrb l\bt-1'.respondent n .r:& :maIMS ean be heard for authority fo\- ', of the Constitution P ; : I Rates, ': .
addresses are- sell, at miblle er s>rlvat$ Bale, th. rJne.d.4 P'ka.MI... S ,.'i.1 i'.i1. -S J.f Renab t' .
JOrd. I. '
I their 't. : v ; <0 keand they'are. %qing te. Acts nt.fafr&SF ) ,'
.t' pupils. i knowiy herbr nb..'. ,11 No .. ". 1'sr' ''.11".9' ate .. .t ct.,
bad'Aafl'ibi1k 4. ttt ; .ii.tbItity. 1 *I. , , -
iThe.county; school.. l plaint filed.p-u tla o. or "for.th.Edi.Iy.a'Januar I ii L I \ ...-. '( gIfr( in ,:. ty the : a, ?FO>r "up.i4ntem4ent' Public ''In.dtrluetLoit '.. .. .. It.

,,!
weelce-jrior W fji< tt mhif,at,UupaMic iberwlM.tke allesntAaamld fjtliwill ..M. Iowa filed In > the roffloe 0 $ VI ft the Constitu the Ut OC Florida, ,, e.' '5. B. J.'CORWlH, PreprsrUr: ,

......-- K I i>"',:* -i-jf/""' > '.\.r* / be taVeiTa* eonferaed further.ordered b7 **Jd. that r*. C..rk. et, X|t.the Cireutt pejalaole Cevrt.lAa..of is-.sal In-dhf ton. hereby te of ..or4." ..fA 2 FnrTwo ,Jntiase of_the_' Naprenle .>'J ,.. ..l'r, ;", t'
m*
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:PAGE' 12 to THE KISS 1 M M E'E VALLEY' GAZETTE' 's.. :f ,FRIDAY: NOVEMBER 3., 1918.:

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et :eo>t0< 0 IOI iOI0 10 It< U t,' 0 It . I,' I i< OI- i I-OM I 10 .u .- I KISSIMMEE MUSIC' I A. BUSY''COUNTESS (1 I' ,YOUR FLOWER BEDS.., be needed if, the planting boa beau? well' '

'- and thoroughly done, nor In ,It neceasnry J
Notes $t. ',r How- "Set "Plants- --So That They Will : 'or advisable to "..It..for- Jelffua of a' 1t
Society to
j $ CLUB GROWS' RAPIDLY Thrive and Bloom., 'rain before plnutlnjr, though planting ,
at the edge of a.spell,of rainy weather ,I(
War Work Occupies' Another 'Where beds are to be filled with a baa doubtless advantages. Hut plantIng , 1

(Mr*. E. E. Wells, Editor..) A marked Increase in the member- Beautiful'Woman. single plautthey should! be planteJ In before a summer" shower Is tobe /tlL. .
even rows an equal distance apart and ; 'k ''
ship and attendance of the KUsimmeeflusic / avoided( as this 14 usually followed by; 4. ti
Request is mdt to all patron of the Valley Gazette' to send item Club Is noted. the ? plants alternated\. In the rows hot weather, and under the influence 'vii
which will give ench plant considerably of a hot aim the moisture lu tbe soil '1
..f Society Events '0 the Editor for publication in these colum At the last regular weekly meeting, POPULAR IN DUAL ,EMPIRE. more room and light. It Is well to evaporates ,rnpldly. and the soil moat ...110.-\ '

I at Hart Memorial ,on Monday evenlng'l -'-- have these lines laid out and the places be constantly cultivated to retain what' "'111""'",

.i c ioie 0 . I 0 0 0 I It It. 0 I O+ l'O''OIOltIO..oo + 1 about fifty sln ers lk So Many of Hr European Siat.rc, for the pluuta. ,, marled before any water It contains. >. r ",'"
devoted plants are lifted from tbe hotbed in ,
V The meetings are entirely After the planting li completed go
KERAMIC CLUB. I This Fair Austrian I I. Interacted In "
PRISCILLA CLUB. I Itlt'rs I to choral work and marked improvement order that the plintlng, may go forward over the beds carefully and where a'
I Relief-London Wom.n of Titl. f1'o>>- Aboard
Is noted at each gathering. as rapidly flint smoothly as [possible. moisture has drawn to the surfa
J. D. Jeffords entertained the I Miss Norma Griffin assisted Mrs.S. Ing In For Charity Theatrical. With (lialk minks on The edge I store the diy mulch by cult h'aJ o

members of the Priscillu Club Satur- H. Bullock in entertaining the STATE REGENT:" OF I). A. R. In every capital In Europe women of nlllaccoinpllsu" tills admirably for by adding diy hull tram, some tot''
day afternoon at her home Ort Beau- |j members of the Keramic Club last smnll l edn, or a cord 1 with bite of white : place. I( the planting has been we] ilJ
title and social prestige are busy with
1C BE IN KISSIMMEE cloth tied at Intervals or chalk marks, done the plants will not need watering .....
mont street. afternoon her studio
I Monday at I war relief. Hospital Khl|'" and mipplles.nuibumnces' / even will be useful la long beds or I for several l days Indeed. are far bet .
i. Sandwiches COKes and tea were 'I vvheruKandwlines and tea were serv- :Mrs' Melville) ] W. Carruth state regent -I workshops and< actual lines. .ot( without, It. If the weather Is nAT: b

served at the dose of the afternoon, 'd during the social hour ( in Florida for the Daughters of I musing of stole soldiers< are only a few In planting make n hole In the earth \""

spent with fancy work and social con :Mis' C. A, Carson and Miss E. the American Revolution and residingin of their occupations with I the trowel large enough to bold I to !

versation. '! Jones of Atlantic City, N. J., now I Tampa, will be in Kissimmee on London society women have recently the root of the plant In n natural position ing \

I Attending this event were Mrs. A. spending the vvintsr in St. Cloud were Tuesday and remain until Thursday taken' up charity tb alrknls. the Countess and | taue the plant therein. raw, ( (- ( *
W. Wmn Mrs. 11; R. Dale, Mrs l.yles guests of the club. I lug up the earth abut the roots nud ( !
i Sh-- will be the guest of Mrs. J. :M of CSHCX (lice Miss Adele Gran I .
Mrs. L. R. pressing it snugly down, ]pour In sufucltiit / t
Mrs. D. S. Marks, I
Story, Others present were Mrs Bullock, Willson, Jr. :Mrs. Carruth is in Ki
-I water to nil the hole and whenIt the <
Farmer Mrs. R. S. Floyd, anti daughter :Mrs. Henry Aultman, Mrs.' L H. In- simmee for the: purpose' of organizinga has snaked 'draw Roll

Edna, Mrs.: T M Rivers, Mrs rum :Mrs, J. I D, Woodbeck Mrs chapter here of the D, A R.' the 1'111111111111 partially earth Situ away press firmly.up "

Robert Glover :Mrs' Julius Smith, Bert Bryan, Mrs. Eugene Bryan, (
Mis Willson announces that on Make a line dust mulch about the
Mrs. A. Cotterman and (daughter, Elizabeth : :Mrs. Guy Gardner and :Misses' Anne Wednesday; afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock, plant by working the soil lightly with

Mrs. J. J. Woodall, MIB Lane and Inez Carson Norma Griffin, Vio- u meeting: of women will be held at the trowel, and If any damp places,

Paulk Mrs E, E. Wells und Misses let Bullock, OuiJa) Malloy. Hart :Memorial' building for discussion show after the. plant has l been set n I \

,' Myrtle Collier, Ruby Whidden and' Mrs, Guy Gardner will assist as of the mutter Mrs. Carruth will attend .a. few moments' go over t the soil again or use.'I( i i Y

Vivian Floyd. I hostess at the next meeting Ki women are asked to add dry earth from another part of the
iir:mee
li Mrs. R.I I D. Guice will entertain the bed if iieci-Hunrj, The planting holes\ "to !
*" * look up their records and come pre- hastened by muklnjf u row of

i club at the next.. .meeting.' .. METHODIST. ) TALENT TE.\. pared to help form a chapter. :MisWillron across the beds. In-fore iK'glnnliiK to set be

would be pleased to conjmunicutc the ,plants then pla/'i. t the plants'IneatU
MR. AND MRS. T. L. CITRRV)
A talent tea the regular social
,
with any one via tel__ _ _ before appljlug'wuter, but draW-
? HAVE HALLOWEEN PARTYA meeting of the missionary society of of the earth the water is
nicate via telephone with any one con- ing up I part ; !
; A most enjoyable Hallow en party he :Methodist' church, will be given: at erning the matter in the meantime then placed, in all the holes, and by the !
the home of Mrs. J, J, Wooclall Friday time the last is Oiled the first ban
was given at' the home of Mr. and
rj afternoon, when Mrs. Woodall and soaked away sufficiently to allow of
t1 Mrs. T. L. Curry 904 Verona street Accounts of several social affairs
:Mrs R O Guice will be hostesses. fllllUK up end fininhlnK; this saves an
Tuesday evening, wherein Mrs. Anna I were sent or brought in too late for : appreciable. amount of time when there

t Glover assisted Mrs. Curry in entertaining DAUGHTERS *OF* CONFEDERACYWill publication They will appear next i la n large amount of planting to do. In

F' week. ,: Xo! .Bhndn or "Iw"rlll or_ .nnr.I kind.! .(rtlll 'If'i/

A beautiful musical program was!' Bryan Chapter United Daughters I ,

C+it rendered by Mr. and Mrs Arthur of the Confederacy, will hold its I Mrs. E O Tatman arrived from ,

Cooper and Miss Elsie McCoskey, and next regular meeting at 3:30: o'clockon Benton Harbor, :Mich, yesterday having : .

games also were enjoyed "by the the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. I' come via automobileall, the way '; ELECTION NEWS y:

guests: Closing the evening delicious 8: Mrs L. II, Ingram, president, and She is domiciled ct 304 Adel hold ,

tJt sandwiches, cakes and cocoa I :Mrs J. Z. Roberson, secretary requestall street. I f b
were served by the charming hostesses members to attend. ''

't . -a f.

p: Those present were Mr. and Mrs.T KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S:" CLUB. CHILDREN'S TEMPERATURE.What .1 ji' ',!,,l.J'."'

L. Curry, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur "'F "'' 1'"
The of the Kissimmee Y--'J'
president to Do Whon Your Prooioua flp f'
Thos. Redwood FifthAnniversarySpecialsNov.
Cooper, Mr and Mrs. ;
Woman's Club has called a specialmeeting of Illnoas.Children '
; f Mr. and Mrs. N. N, Skinner, Mr and Symptom' r ig i /-f j
of the club for 3:30 o'clock hate u great habit: : of run .
Mrs. McCoskey. Mr aijd Mrs LeLond, S y ... 3 To Nov. 7Taylor's
sf Monday afternoon to hear M. Marcus ning Into a blgb fever upon too slight g ; >g:1 > Ji
.o Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Alderman, Mrs. [;
l ajfK, one of Florida's earnest workers est l prot'ocatloii, and, while 4t Is advisable J.i'; 4.. ;
t Anna Glover, Miss Elsie McCoskey, Cash
+ and speakers, for every mother to possess and to '-\f'ft; Grocery *
Miss Bessie Crafton, Messrs, D. G. f:, i'
f Boon. Warren Frace, Leslie IIlcCoskey I Mr. Fagg's talk will be on the "Save I understand tbe use of a clinical thermometer ,,.ff., ,';;;,.w"' ._ I I .
a Baby Club." He will attend a meeting yet on the other hand, the .II" I '
I. .
Misses Thelma ..: '
I I
i44 Welding Curry $
in St Cloud on Nov. 4 or 5, and tale that Is told by said Instrument la 14 Ib GRAMJUATED SUGAR t

and Vera Curry. I has been requested to talk to Kissim- likely tb give the nervous parent manya OOUHTESS TOM auI'AliI'. 1 Ib B. JAPAN TEA ----- $i 50 3 ,
* I qualm until she begins to realize that \ ,
PAULKS ENTERTAIN i me/eans on his way back. while a child's temperature mount of New York) recently having given : 1
; ENTRE NOUS CLUB I Mr. Fagg is State superintendent of rapidly it also goes>down quite as suddenly nn; extremely successful charity matt ?4 Ib HARD WHEAT FLOUR { .

the Children's Home Society of Florida when the trouble whatever it la, nee at the Gaiety bonier, with /prof OBlonala 2 Ib BEST HEAD RICE ---- \ $1 .0 o Bg ...;.

d. Th members of the Entre Nous with headquarters in Jacksonville la under control.On and society amateurs ImllHcrlm '"I'

club pleasantly spent Tuesday afternoon I tbe other hand, when a child Inately mixed up. Recently" Mrs. Kdtth,-23 Ib SELF-RAISING FLOUR 1 Specials '&

l at the home of Mrs.Lane Paulk, A cordial invitation is extended to seems restless and peevish and heavy; Wharton the American novelist, was 2 Ib LARD COMPOUND _-,__ $1 .50 :,
(where the club routine occupied their all women of Kissimmee to attend if it,la a great) comfort to know by what decorated by the French government ,

:'attention they are interested in the work of Is recorded by the thermometer 'whether for her valuable relief work. Last winter 3 CANS HAND-PACKED TOMATOES ----- ____________ .%S
f there U something really the mat. tbe German kaiser decorated ,Mrs

: Mil Paulk'' served ,dainty salad saving' the orphans and other depend-. Gerard wife of the American ambassador 7 CANS HEBE MILK _______*__-_-___-____________:...______ .2S
,with sandwiches wafers and hot chocolate babies of Florida. ter.When '
en} the little thermometer registers families of "
for the helpglven: 4'
to the'following members: Mre.r Minnie Moore Willson President.. : between DO and 100 degrees the .1 oldlera. .. 6 CANS' GLOBE MILK ------..?--------- ------------------S. ';

Milton Pledger, Mrs. H. W.Morrow, Anne Bryan Carson' Secretary patient needs watching a good purga- Like all the other feminine member 1 CAN MAXWELL' HOUSE COFFEE. _:___ __.:.:___.:.::.. 4'
Mrs. C. N. Paver Mrs. J D Jeffords -, tive being the first remedy In about of the Austro-nungafjan nobility the .r1
A' ADVERTISED LETTERSList every childish distemper. But if the 3 PKG. PANCAKE FLOUR ______I_______ ________________.- '
'Mrs. L. H. Ingram,- and Mrs. .J. Z. Countess von Bzapary Is actively en- :.

n 'Roberson. I of letters advertised by the mercury mounts over 100 degrees com- gaged In war relief V l'k. She la connected BEST CREAMERY BUTTER ______________.___________ .AD 't.f{
Kissimmee for the two i munlcate with your doctor, and if It tab '
Mrs. H. W. Morrow will entertain postoffice L with s |>"goes over 101 degrees have him pay a SUGAR CURED PICNICS ...,_.: _
weeks ending Nov. 13: families lu,the dual empire. --------------------- ---------- I
'at the next club meeting.PRESBYTERIAN I call .
it * Miss Willie Ford, Paul Forsyth, G, at once.Little OCTAGON SOAP STRAIGHT ___________,__________________ "OS '
cbllclren ure siugiilnrlv unable
si?' ri WOMEN I IA. GafTney Pete Green, Jacob Gra- to tell their DON'TS FOR BUYERS.Some .
Il symptoms They Just 8 CAKES LENOX SOAP ,2S ::1-
--------------- -------------------- a
Miss Rosa Lee Jelks Jack
King
.A WILL ENTERTAIN gery know they feel "l>ad" without any -
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I
)
Arthur Lucas, Percy Martin, Ardella ;, clearly defined pain Even a good Re.trlctlone Valuable For Thome 12 Ib GRANULATED SUGAR --------------------------------1.o P ; ,:

n' Qn Thursday night, Nov 9, the :Matson. Minnie M, C. Nelly N W sized child may lime a high fever and on shopping B.nt. BETTER BUY FLOUR NOW. ,1'r

Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Pittman, H. W Pittman, A. M. Snow, an Inflamed' I In"nut without appearing Don't bur n suit with n plaited skirt : ,
,f church will have the first of a ;James Shanes Charles Thurman Na- to feel an\,'tiling but( liioitla: therefore unless you have nn electric! iron and '

y+}'i series of socials at Mrs. James Cald- thaniel Walker, S, E. Wood, D. B. the wise. mother always exiunliioH the lots of time or else. n gall l inuld Currants Raisins Citron Peels Extracts
well'g home at 307 Church street. Ward, A. J. Whitest Hi rout. Including tunxllx and! tongue./ Don buy one that la a 1 hIt> too mrmll. ,
i I and nscertalns If there. me signs of Irrltation. cont. with UH flarIng -
There will be a pleasing program B B, Postmaster fur the pit-Kent style '
| Simpson \nth tide discovery Brown Sugar.-No Bugs i :
settled und the ,
-
light refreshments, and much time fort jl h lu. looks esiieclullj: bad In a size ,
of fever she, Is armed with answers
social intercourse Silver offering. To Curd a Cold In One Day tOO HUlull
* I Take LAX ATI VK BROMO Quinine It .lop. the to the first questions u nhvslclan Don, if you're over five feet six, get Dirt or Stems. ;1i
r C.uffh end Headache and work. off the Cold will ask.There up and down stripes
HOWE-LAMER. I>ruKKl.l.. refund 1j& faila to cure ,
+ B. w. GROW eianature money on each boa, 25c, Lout limy a tan suit If you are sallow IF IT'S NOTGOOD RETURN fT ,i1. ,

Miss Fern Howe and Kirby Lanier, i are 4,000,000 tons of stonein I Borue of the tan shades are againIn I
the FOR SALE. the pyramids of Cheops. fashion, and they lire u pitfall! for I TOTaylor's
J both from Campbell vicinity, were I Fifteen-acre farm; small house; located I 4.hirty f
quietly married at the office of the within short distance of the --- the unwary sallow woman
new
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day. Don't buy a suit trimmed with a
County Judge last Saturday morning, county fair grounds and on the Dixie Cash Grocery
i I l Your druf1t will refund money if PAZO light color if you must wear It constantly
Easy terms. Bargain. .
Highway.
Oct. 28. Judge Murphy performedthe OINTMENT 1.11. to cure aDY cue of Itching. looks worse than
Price I JlIIDd. I..edID.orProlrudID.. PlleelD 61014day., for nothing "
ceremony. $500.ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. The ant application ...1..". Eaae and Heat. SOc soiled trimmingDon PHONE 250 z

t, If the family RIMe has you j jr
-- - -- -- f
down for over forty-}'ou nee
mlt It-(jet a suit "because+ the salt's woman r t
tells you It'. girlish Don't-bo a

flapper at foity I
.1. Don't, if jou're under five feet three. l
,
get round about trimming .
MMS e. ,,'
rt ,' I INCOME Don't get a jacket that has sleeves.
too short or too long, for misfit sleeves .
spoil what may otherwise be a very ;
.
attractive Jacket.

l Speaking of a bank doing a commercial banking business the -- HI I' ,

i, o sources.. from which it derives' its earnings are made up principally from Baked Shad Roe. ; : :
Parboil the roe from a large shad
+ + Interest and Discount, .
for one minute, drain, place in a bilk '

w Exchange lug pan, spread with one large table .... '
Safe Deposit Rents spoonful( of butter, sprinkle with pepper [ I J ',1 ,
1 e Oher! Rentals. salt and a dash of cayenne pourIn '*

A g i Income from bonds. one cupful of cream bake coveredfor -- / ,

S r twenty minutes then...remove-the. ILa '
x w By far the largest cf these items is the interest and discounts on cover, bake ten minutes longer ami .I",
l
'k loans and The transfer to a heated platter. Beat tbe ..
", = acceptances notes purchased. interest supply,represents : t
S the "hire"of Credit obtained from the bank, Commonly spoken yolks of three eggs with one cupful of : I. I

S a 4 of at a "loan." cream, add the strained sauce from the
/ t 4. pan. cook and stir until slightly browned -
,, Exchange consists principally in a' subtle acknowledgment that ... place around the roe and garnish :t

**4\, if every check sent to the four corners of the earth payable at any with watercress and crisped bacon. ,4f!r -19lJ of"

y 1, ti R given place were to have its equivalent in currency lellt'to destination --7 -..--- --

_ r r > alas! of ti. Clock there would be registry or express charges necessary to the bank dips KltoKen Kink "a Yean of Succe&ful Merchandizing'* ,,! ..

a 'y off a small toll and sends its own check on some ''large ,city that will Never allow fresh meat to remain la THE LOGICAL PLACE to get lie aewest goods, latest styld jIy
x
absorbs too Juices. .
'A'' 4; ; ,be available at par at destination and like a good many other peculiar paper foot best awu lie at Ae Most reasoaalle ptti T':. '...
Always; allow water t* ra -from the Via. ;
things=-gets*his little rake-off for doiDI'wbaC..M ''would'muds prefer J1l..idaauhi.p
kitchen tap la the moraine until all Dry CeoJs, MffliMiy. Carpets T:1Io Rea".T. 'CaWs ]1
(1F a l? '4 doing anyway. "" ,;
that, has beaD plpea overnight
; Hotel Sappliea, Etc., Etc. t. 4 1-,
baa oat. .JI'
\ ran
Never allow opened fralte;orrecta. !'eee.Iallad/aall.rder.........rr th...who' fiN It......*eoovMlMt t tV

'r r CIlIZENSBAN; : .ea': :, 7 r. ."' lies. to stand In tile tta can.. F "aHo"."av,IIAI&.I, t',' ';.. 4:

L-"** , ,- W Never stir anjHtblnc la tin if aroldabl'f -. ) MAAS BROS:,-.TAMPA."Fi.. ,

':'rV t> .y yet X Kp :KISSIMMEE1 ; :- - or at taaat ..M a wooden spoons IItoDeCI'Oeb ;, ; N&:'.0 ,-.::,,..._a .tI o/1Tte pI. Wratat FLoalbfl'!, '
Never Mop vinegar or yeast faa ,
< .
,
Wl ... A' -- ,; .. : t.,
I "'0'. !a ) .or Jogs sine Uw, art* attack*
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