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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 10, 1916
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00776
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t:. WOMEN HOLD LETTER FROM LIEUT. WILSON RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT;' LETTERS( FROM.., OSCEOLA.' ,WILL,

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SUCCESSFULFr FRANK VANS AGNEWLetter CATTS, WILL BE GOVERNORClergyman's : LARED, TEXASLetter BEGIN ON ITS

( from Frank Vans Agnew to From Ira Bert

Mr and Mrs, P. A. Vans Agnew.) Laredo, Tex., Oct. 29, 1916.
"In the Big Straffe, Dear Father:
..." TOWN MEETINGLaunch September 22, 1916. Lead J Over Knoll Last Report Gives Wilson 269 Well, we leave for border duty to- DIXIE ROAD

". I have been told, In solemn secrecy, About 10,000 And Grows Electoral Votes .Sure- morrow night. There has been suite ,.4
today, that my name has been> sent in a lot of activjty of the Mexican troopson
; Movement for Cooperating for promotion so I may expect to bea --Both Aliens Out Of Election Uncertain the border for several days. Commissioners Ask Bids For t
full-blown Lieutenant pretty soon, I 1 Until Today Villa:la headed this way with quitea
it With City Council and if the war runs along for another The Running.The Urge force.Company Brick: and Cement-.Coun-

year with my help, I may hope to end President Wilson's election is. assured K left last night to guard Road
Crew Will
In Civic Improvem ty's s
up a captain yet. Considering I am returns on the Governorship are It hung in doubt until time to the ford and had a little brush with
r: nt Here overstepping about eight of my fellow slow in coming in, but enough' at g1' to press. Then the information some of the Carranta patrol. Late Do the Work
; 2nd Loots, I ought to be satisfied. hand to make it certain that Sidney came that ha had 269 votes sure-- last night our officers moved a detachment
I wrote to a long account three more than enough to elect of machine and two
J. Catts leads W. V. Knott by about guns
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,: PROMINENT MEN APPROVEThe of my "observing" the storming of a 10,000 votes, wiht this lead being increased with 24 still in doubt.to'EGETABLES. detachments of heavy artillery to the WILL SAVE: $2000 PER

village on the "crest of the ridge/.by from time to time. river bank for safety. You see, we
movement whereby the'women wild Irishmen and asked her to send Catts had nearly 34,000 votes and are down in a valley and there is quitea Osceola county soon will begin to
w.\ of Kissimmee are to participate in the the letter to you. That was the battle Knott had about 26,000 votes at the AND high hill on the west and north sides build its share of the Dixie highway .
tr work of beautifying, and otherwise I of September 9th On Sept. 15th latest account. (about a mile from camp) on tlv. This is fine news. -

;I!..:' improving the city was auspiciously I saw the further storming advance Allen the Republican is out of the STRAWBERRY GROWERS Mexican side that would make it easy Equally tine Is the news that our ''
t launched last Saturday night by the from there onwards a long way and running. His vote probably will not for the Mexicans to use artillery on county will perform It. own road.. ,
j.t; Kissimmee Woman's Club. the taking of three more towns. ThisI exceed 5,000. us and 'do' considerable damage if we construction woYk. i ;
, t i The occasion waa a mass meeting saw from the mound of ruin of the The other Allen, the Socialist, is The local organization of farmers did not keep a close watch on them. The contractor and his /"middle-

,:.t- of citizens, men and women called by, church in the. village stormed on tho a still omre negligible facotr. and vegetable growers, the Kissimmee Carranza has moved about 5,000 man's profits" are to be, have been, $>P:
the club's executive board at the re- 9th, and it was a moat.unhealthy spot. The 'Valle/ Gazette will publish a : Produce 'Growers, will meet tomorrow troops to New Laredo a town about eliminated. V l
quest of a majority of its committee Ours i js the crack corps of the whole tabulation of the vote from all the morning in' regular bl-wookl1session one and one-half miles from camp, on The construction work .will( be, :done "
the whichare in the council's in Frater- the other side of the He also by'the ";
on civics, comprising Carrie H. Mur- army, containing regiment ountles next week. [ city room, river. county's road'crevi'by' countyan
; the flower and pride of the An- nity hall. has all the both
phy (Mrs. T M.), Edna E. Wells patrols along river on dState prisoners put to work on ."t''
and I them putto President Fansler and Secretary :dcs of (Mrs M. 0.), Mary E. AlexanderMrs. glo-Saxon race, saw VOTE IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. s our camp. public highways.County
the full test. The pride feelis Franjtford specially all straw- Though not looking for Clerk Ovcmtreet
( M. D.), and Wilhelmina Carson you The Governorship vote in Osceola request we arc any estimatesthat
'f (Mrs. N. B.). Mrs. H C. Stanford, 'drowned in despair at their losses' county is not obtainable in full on the .berry growers in this vicinity to at trouble from him, there is no telling at least $2,000 per mile will be a
(chairman), is ill and Mrs. Howard and their hopeless bravery. The Catts-Knott contest, though only one tend this meeting, whether affiliatedor what his troops would do if Villa wen saved by this method of consrtuctlonand "t
Katz is out of the city-the remaining British officer of a crack regiment precinct is not accounted for-No. 10, not with the organization. Matters to attack us. So we have to be 01 the saving may amount to as
of strolls to his death unconoernedlly, of special importance to tho strawberry the safe side. much as $2,500 per mile. m
;.. members the civics Committee. or Mulberry.
'. The meeting was not much of a and his men follow paying no heedon In most of the other precincts the industry will be acted on. There was a big reception the other County Clerk Overstreet estimates
mass affair, though the promoters earth to spouts of fire and flame Republican and Socialist vote was not The Kissimmee Produce Growers is night in town for Mrs. Carra pza. Of that, by doing 'this work itself, the

',t.,. were well pleased with the attend- and screaming metal. Battalion after repored. It will be negligible or none. not a strawberry organization, but the course her escorts were all dressed in county thus will save at least $2,000per
". J, ance. Close to 100 persons were pres- battalion goes forword from reserves, The vote in the Osoeola county pre- activities of its members embrace all evening clothes. One of Company C mile of road constructed-possibly
ent, about two-thirds of them being through a wall almost solid of bristling cincts for Governor so far as obtained farm products. Their interests are not boys was down looking at them, and as much as $2t 00 per mile.
'i! women. The Valley Gazette reporter shells and shrapnel. Those that is as follows: concerned with any particular vege- die; stole a silk hat from one of the The commissioners ordered County
!" heard several say "It was a good fall, just fall, the rest keep on going. The tax exemtion constituional proposal table or ohter garden or farm pro- men. lie got drunk and came back tr Clerk Overstreet to advertise for bids
J. meeting for Kissimmee"-meaning Then the doctors and the R. A. M. C. seems to have bene carried. duct.The camp and had quite a time with it MI brick, cement, and other materials, '

,s that its attendance compared favor- enter that place of spitting death Kissimmee-Catts, 287; Knott, 85; organization now is applying It turned out to belong to one of Car. b

? ably with other public meetings here. and do their work. G. W Allen, 61; C. C. Allen, 22. itself! chiefly to devising a satisfactory ranza's ministers, or something like! AID IS WANTED FORHELPLESUHILDREN
?:.I The attendance probably would The attack was staged to begin Shingle Creek-Catts, 11.; Knott 7. system for marketing the products of hat. The poor fellow was. quite putout .
6.! about 6 a. m., 30 I was there soon its members. Strawberries are the about it. -
'Knott 4.
tl have been twice as large had the front Campbell-Catts, 40; ,
,:.. of too Dixie theater been placarded after 3 a. m, and on my way. This St. Cloud-Catts, 121; Knott, 28.; most important single crop and their It is not true about shooting so
was the first time that the "Tanks," disposal demands immediate attention many Mexicans around There
camp t
with an announcement. Some misunderstood G. W. Allen. 293; C. C. Allen, 43. -
'c the location and went tot or "Land Crabs," (or a dozen other Deer Park-Catts, 9; Knott, 4. have been several shot at, to scare The Children's Homo Society of
names), started to roll and mash and M. Willson, Jr., will address the them but I don't think have
the Casino. Others had overlooked it Kenansville-Catts, 14; Knott, 14. t jJ. away; any Florida is a state-wide interdenominational
until after it had adjourned. squash their way to the Hun trenchesand Bassenger-Catts, 27; Knott.. 5.; G. meeting in the interest of having a been hit-let alone killed. organization which seek. to
n( ,, MEN WELCOME machine gun empracements, and I W. Allen, 2; C. C. Allen, 0. sugarcane acreage planted in this vi- Well, I won't write any more as I shield and care for every homeless;, -i.
,t CO-OPERATION OF WOMEN. in the light of the dawn of a beautiful Narcoossee-Catts, 11; Knott, 4.; G. "cuiity sufficient to warrant the estab- have several letter to write and only orphaned, abandoned 'deserted, neglected -

: The meeting was a success, how- day I saw the pre-historic monsters W. Allen, 1$; C. C. Allen 1. lishment here of a syrup factory. (Continued on page 9)) abused or needy white child
')ft' ever, In the purpose for which, It was silently barge their way over every- Lokosec-Catts, 10.; Knott, 4. 3 Any one interested in agriculture is In Florida.
called. Its outcome holds abundant (Con.tinu.xl. on Page Three.) Mulberry-Unreported. invited to attend and impart any Information This society'is said to be "Florida's;
a promise that the men and women of -' The reapportionment amendment to that may be considered to MUSICAL MOVEMENT IS greatest charity" because: it provides,

t Kissimmee hereafter,will oo-operate COMES- A VISITOR; the Constitution seems to be defeatedin :be of :value toar hereabouts. for more" homeless and needy children

'civic-improvement work. this] county. So does the amend WIDESPREAD. CROWS than all other Florid bildren'. -

Several,' prominent 'citizens' of the WILL'STAY:'' IN FLORIDAMr. ment relating qualifications of vot- MUSIC CLUB INCREASES As evidence of-how wide and growIng (Continued'on page Two.) j
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.male sex' responded to Invitations to "' ers.,, , | -<;, It( : ,
the meeting in a talkit.over'pithus and Mrs. M.: D 7"Casler have hadan .r- (iw WORK AND MEMBERSHIP is the movement to make music O'BERRY' FAMILY GONE
, spirit. 'Mayor May, Rev. 'S. unexpected visitor in the person of a more important factor in social and
W. Lawler, President Stanford of the Burton Deck Hull, a farmer from BASS MONUMENT -' .. community life, extracts are here reprinted -

-p Board of Trade, John M. Lee, Prof. Richfield, N. Y Mr. Hull virtually At a regular meeting of the Kis- from reports' published in the TO PUTNAM' COUNT/'
I Evans of the Osceola High and Kis "dropped in" on the Casler family UNVEILEDBYW.O.W simmee Music Club, Monday evening recent issue of the General Federa- .

simmee graded schools, Councilman\ from a period of about twentyfiveyears at the Hart Memorial building the tion of Women's Club Magazine. J. .F, O'Berry loaded two cars ofhousehold .\

';, ? Thompson, and Attorney Lewis 0'- ago. Mr. Casler, who formerlywas A large crowd--was-present at Rose- 'entire time was spent in carefully directed From South .Carolina. goods Thursday, which ho ,!:
'' Bryan took the platform and talked a prominent creamery owner in hill cemetery Sunday afternoon t/o choral work: Mary B. Dotterer, chairman of the shipped to his new home, in RodmanOtt ,r'" ."
.about the needs of the town in the New York, bought the Hull family'scow : witness the ceremonies attending the 'I Interest in this dub continues to department of music of the South the Ocala Northern railroad near?;; f
way of scenic and general community products for years-as far back unveiling of a beautiful marble monument increase, and tho following members Carolina Federation of Women's Palatka. Mr. O'Berry and hi* r.mUT"'I'V ,
improvement.Mrs is thirty The Callers last i I are now enrolled: Mr. and Mrs. P. Clubs, writes:
years ago. accompanied Mrs.
erected by the Woodman of by R. B. Savage", %.
M. D. Alexander was selectedto saw Mr. Hull when he was a 10yearold I the World lodge of this city to the I K. Weaver, Dr. W. B. Witherspoon "Our department of music, composed left this morning In the O'Berry car.
serve as secretary of tho meeting. boy. of Z. W. Bass, who was a Miss Myrtilla F. Beals, Mrs. J. W. of ten clubs and one department, This chance Is being made to en- ,', i)
i Each speaker heartily endorsed the Mr. Hull came merely as a sightseeing member memory of that order. I Prentis, Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, Mrs. S. H.. is working hard to make compulsorythe able Mr. O'Berry to personally superintend "
entrance of the women into the work tourist and fisherman, but he Council Commander J. J. Woodallwas .' Bullock, Mrs Stanley Bullock, Mrs.T. teaching of music in the public his cattle Interests in that section "!" ','1'
of civic betterment.The is so favorably impressed with what in charge of the ceremonies, and M. Rivers Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, Mrs.M. schools of the State. It is also sup- of the State where he has leased +]1:1:
meeting adopted two resolu- he has seen and heard in this vicinity the usual solemn and impressive rites I. Babcock, Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. porting a scholarship in music at one a large ranch. He is contemplating ."' :.1
tions, as follows: that he has cut short his Florida visit took place. W. H. Wilson, Mrs. George D. Wil- of the leading colleges In the State, taking over another tract of 1,500
That a commute.-><* sleeted to KO and has returned ot New York to dispose Congressman Sears ad- liams, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Jr., and next year it will endeavor to en- acres and putting 600 acres In culti; ,
before the "Ity Council and auk that gave an Mrs. E. E. Wells, Mrs. B. M. Hall, .
of.some property in order to be- dress wherein he tributeo courage 'community singing' and the vation. He will devote his attention
those street leading to thr lake !>eirraded Florida farmer. He intendsto paid a high Mrs. Martha B. Boice, Mrs. D. G.
come a study of music in all federated clubs to raising cattle, hogs, cotton, corn
the of the deceased.A .
to the water edge that Lurllntrton memory
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'- acquire property either in this vicinity Wagner, Mrs. Henry Aultman, Misses carrying out the idea ofthe General and feed for
silage.
be fine rendition of Should the crops
avenue the first to be worked "Why
( or near Orlando. | Elizabeth Aultman, Ella Mac Gilbert, Federation chairman in
on ; and that ttte City Council t><* Informed 'spirit ot,Mortal Be Proud," by Mur- music urgingall .Mr. O'Berry and family have been
Mr. Casler has been farming in Lossie Lathrop, Marie Huddleston, clubs to devote .
two meetings
that tht group of cltliena will Overstreet one or residents of Kissimmee for a number 1
was especinly
'" co-operate with the councilman and Florida five or six years and he comes I priate ray as was also the beautiful appro-quar- Elsie Norton, .Louise Thomason, Lucy during the year to music. of years and have a host of friends
under the nupervllon of the City Council 13 near as any one in knowing what tet singing by Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Buckles, Mary Spier, Violet Bullock, From North Dakota. ..ere who greatly regret their des '
in such manner a* the latter maydirect. can or can not be donevwre. Flor- GuRsie, Winn, Mabel Overstreet. Mu- '
Mrs. Stanley Bullock, and Messrs J. Jessie H. Wilder, chairman of the parture. ,
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In this and other civic work. -
ida has no more enthusiastic and con- riel and Lilian Prentis, Norma Griffin
L. Overstreet and P. K of music *
.Weaver department of the North *"
The above committee will comprise sistent "booster" thflffhe. His statements Lena Lord, Mnttie Bandy, Louise na-I. SHINGLE CREEK NOW
- Miss Elizabeth Aultman H. C. Stan- to Mr. Hull combined with I Clark, Melvina Backofen, Carolyn kota Federation of Women's Clubs, HAS JUNIOR LEAGUE r

ford, and Dr..W. L. Winn. what others told the latter and what j OSCEOLA HIGH BOYS Fripp, Ethel Gilbert, Lizzie and Katie says:
"The musical clubs in North Dakota
That a committee be elected to ascertain he has seen, had great Influence in Thompson, A. Leltner, Cornelia Lancaster Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Ella
who among our fellow citizen !shaping Mr. Hull's decision to settle j DEFEAT CELERY EATERS Gladys Canter, Minkio Gardner, number ten and have an average Mae Gilbert, Ruth Clark Alberta ,
will contribute labor team., or material in this vicinity.D. I Inez Alston Carsoiv Nlna\ Bratton, membership of fifty, all doing splen- Hopson, and Messrs. Prator Gilbert
necessary to make attractive the did work, and about 100 other clubs
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Claire Hathaway Rhca Pheriiro and Murray Overstreet motored out toShin&le
lake front In the jvlclnlty of Durllns- 'I Friday, Nov. 3, Osceola High School dXMa d are doing something along musical
I Frances Alice Creek last 1
Bay, Sunday evening
ton. :'avenue, \ A. R. CHAPTER IS | played its first game with Sanford. I Wagner, Lucy Wiiherspoon'; Ouida lines. The chairman of the music when Miss Overstreet conducted the ;
the interval between the Or- committee has asked work of ,
committee will '
r The hat serv under During special .
Malloy, Miss Lawler, Messrs. J. M. regular meeting of the league. Fol
-, the aboue resolution: will compriseJ. ORGANIZED IN KISSIMMEE : lando and Sanford games, Osceola'sline the committee! members this year as "
I ,Willson, Jr., A. E. Cowger and A. W. lowing this meeting Miss Alberta
R .LM: Willson, Jr., John M. Lee, and I.--L- had been greatly strengthened. Winn. follows: American music, communitymusic Hopson organized a Junior League J' 11
Mrs. After several minutes of Osce- school music music in _.
Elizabeth Alexander. | play public ,
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A !large number of associate mem- ------ 'b'
Evans Mrs. Melville W. Carruth, prominentin ', ola drove Sanford back to the latter' I rural schools music in nil -
{Prof/ Mr. Lawler, Attorney bers have paid a yearly due, which entitles clubs song a 'song contest' at our State Federation -
t :I fj> p'Brya'n, and others spoke. This reek Tampa club anti l social circlea'andwho :I thirty-yard line. Then Regero ran them to attend any meeting or I contest. ((1916)), choral nl meeting, and prizes have been of- I .
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, ,port will give! the remarks of the fol- la also State regent of the Daugh I I I around an end for a touchdown. Es- any entertainment given by the club.KISSIMMEE'S "Letters have been s nt\ t ut upon fered by the Valley City M< ,ical Club
!f owing speakers. What others said ters of the American Revolution, arrived -:i I toy kicked the goal. each of these subjects e\ ry club and also by the North Drkoia, Federation -
, Will appear later: here Tuesday to be the guest of The next touchdown also was made in our State and, as the 'lul membersin of Women's Clubs. -
1 ///APVOCATE FINANCIAL Mrs Minnie Moore Willson. 11 I by Regero by driving through the BAND North Dakota numbei. over 4,000, "The first 'community .Ing' in 1 1"I"
.,--.rj.AID'' FOR WOMEN'S WORK. An informal reception was held in line at left tackle. Again the goal tve expect. still greater r musically North Dakota was held in Jamestown
Each furthermore I the parlors of the Graystone hotel in was kicked. .. this next The clubs other
y :; speaker express- POPULAR ORLANDO year. in March when the hall, holding! : 1,200
o ...:/ed' tb.'" conviction that the Woman's the evening, attended by those interested During the- third quarter a safety than musical clubs are helping by taking was packed. Wo had mall lutdoor
-* "*,.'.*'t"', '(Continued on page 6)) I in forming a chapter In this city was made by the help of both Bullock an interest in their school music 'sings' this summer and had ".!'l1mt'Jf.It .

1-;, , ,,,., 'and the evening1 was concluded by n and Keffer. The third and last touch- The Kissimmee Concert Band r/'cle.. and by assisting in the purchase' of yo singing of patriotic songs ou tl< .
___ k. W ,theater party at the Casino. down was made by Bullock. Once a hit Thursday at Orlando when li>c> pianos, victrolas and g" .iJ records. mortal Day.. At, the first sing, one, .,",
On Wednesday afternoon a meetingwas more the goal Was kicked. participated in J the Shriner ceremonials Our committee has urgvJ the givingof feature'of .tho concert was nri'Jve.Hongs ., .,j
j TTENTIOJUMMERSf called at the Hart Memorial ''to The whole team played an excellent there. Our bandsmen: occupied one or musical progi,pea 1 : by Greek laborers. with KtatarL\ "d1it
y 'take the preliminary steps toward organizing game. A factor, perhaps tbs deciding a conspicuous pram h the paradeand clubs and also asked their aesldanoo |accompaniment *, and at oar next conii, ,r
f..;,''Fr- D6n in tho.vtelJllt7' of Itlalmt. the Osceola Chapter, of factor was Keffer'4 management of gave a splendid concert throughout in introducing community singing. J 1 i, inunity sing wi had staging.by'th: ., ....1
", gnjaskea j to notify the Valley which Mrs. Will SOli is organizing a.gent. .- the team. the evening. XJnder Prof. Shoaretusa "To encourage minltaj" composition, Italian laborers It hi done mufifc.'t > .
J pztitte'to what:extent they can:ofw Sanf ord's return gam will be played able direction, the band b add- the music! department Held the first emphasis the Idea ,that ,the singing r .
.',w,;.......4. ';plnat'sugarcane.,,hits coming Mrso' Carruth tleft. 'Thursday for next Friday. Nor..10. The. romaiaing'gameiTare hg' to Ita state-wide reputation-A bog contest: I* 1915, for,a,'State Federation is for a..ryong. Tho: committee on- i ,
'fcoMon' 114)157'T aasnredrof ting JacklOll"flP.e, to. continue her tour of :' number' of'desirable'contracts'* baits Song.: and tho song 'North community music was appointed >}t'at > '
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fcblo to-disposeof I .It.> at. a Fair ph.(.I* &he Statel iq tM,latr. +est' '.of'the. aocMty. f J' Bartow..here. 'N.. .._'\\lT. r n* '<<0 been:offered to the boys for the celli.Inel.ao Dakota,* by Miss Hank of Valley ty I tho.,1alDfttown. Musical Club, and)tlai'.'l,'"

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PACE 2 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1O, 1816. ya,


r --. -" .: Musical 1 Spanfsh. Spanish, la. ahead of.t the 'Enfflish f fiui.guage. -.': f I:,

SHERIFF MANGUM POTATO, VINES GOODHAY, .In extent the Spanish vocabulary if .It Js Claimed: that the pure "

.} St. 'CltucJ.Depar'; ment Sweet potato vines_,make excellent far inferior to the English, though in Castilian la the moat musical of Ian- :1'; I.

OUT WITH FACTS hay if they are rut and cured during, richness of tone or expression the guagei, the Italian not excepted.
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I ****m |--.n-Mrn.-L HM H dry weather. Many tons of Vines are I

}; NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN lost yearly because farmers do not f
DECLARES HE FEELS
IT HIS
appreciate their value, according to C- LOM L-"WH-e-troILIOUS-N-Ol-ST!! P1! 41:,
'1: SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT DUTY TO SAY A GOOD WORD C. K: McQuarrie, state agent for the '

.. I FOR MEDICINE THAT ,:'HAS University of Florida Extension Di '

> W. K. Godwin, was a Whittier visitor HELPED HIM SO MUCH. vision. The right stage to cut the
It t, ? on Tue day.f. OKEECHOBEE NEWSFrom vines Is the most important consider MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES e :
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Frank Edriss of Lokosee was a St. ; I
C' ation. If they are cut too soon the .
,i Cloud business caller, on Wednesday. "Tanlac has certainly helped me, '
stubbles sprout and impare the
" t, Superintendent C. E. Yowell and ( Okeechobee Call) and I recommend it to others for may Here's my pu rantw---Go to drug
To
quality of the potatoes. If they are "Dodson's Liver Tone" Is Harmless any a .
!It '''t; winter of Kissimmee were St. Cloud what it has done In my case," said tore and get a. 50 cent bottle of "- 1
. callers on' Sunday. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Clintoh' lion. C. W. Mangum of Atlanta sheriff left too long they become woody and Clean Your Sluggish Liver .wm's. Liver Tonp. Take a niioonfiilif w''
the quality of the hay is not good. it doogn't straighten rghffl ,
; I Mrs. James Miller and Miss Mitttie Rasa Friday Oct. 27, 191(5( a son. of I Fulton county."I The best time to' cut the vines* is and Bowels: and make you feel flllo and you Vigorous ..' -.otj -
-"; ; Bandy of Kissimmee were in St. Cloud Weight nine pounds. have personally recommended it want. you to go hack to the tore and ; If
u Ih. Sunday night attending the convention Th.e ice company is bulkhending the to a great many people. I know of at just when the" foliage begins to yellow t'ph' Calomel 1 makes. you sick. It's get your money Dodaon'i Liver Tone .. ..
i iI il and before the main'stem becomes I horrible! 'J nice ilww of the IfliigcroiiH i is destroying the sale nf calomel because ," I
i" at the Presbyterian church. river front in the- rear of their works leant fifteen or twenty families who It /
I woody. The yellowing leaves denote- drug tonight and tomorrow you limy losea it is real) I Inor, medicine; entirely vegetable -
iH s: The Globe tailoring man of Cincinnati and it is a much needed improvement.The have bought it on my say so. the maximum point' of production.The da'.'.. work. therefore. it can not<< salivate or
) t Ohio was fit the L. U. Zimmor- Gulf Refining t Co. is Installingits "I 1 am 70 years old and have most ('Cnloiiicl U n"rrnt'or. ninrk-ilver make" yon Hicli.
potatoes are mature at that time.If I
man btore on Tuesday and Thursdayof big tanks. A big force of men always 1 been pretty strong and healthy which CaUWH. IMITORIR. Of tW |lames. I guarantee. that one spoonful of Dod- :
the vines are left in the field after CitloincJ. wlu'n. it comes into rontl\et wm's. Liver Tuna will
put sluggish
of this week. were on the job Saturday< fretting Uie until here lately I have been in 'a your
this stage many of the leaves will be with sour Ink cranium int i it. lireiikmj liver to work and clean your bowels of
t Work has l>eirun on the new addition lots in readiness fdr the tanks. nervous Worn-out, run-down condi \L:
' if Inn is when fret !that awful
,4 lost in harvest and the foliage is the lip 'J you that' sour bile and constipated waste ;
; : to the Methodist. Episcopal The work oa the stock< yards is tion. My stomach was upset most of valuable of the for nausea' and crumping./ If you are ulugpriHli which ID clogging. your Briton a and making '0
't
part plant hay.
d church till progressing. Ton thousand feet the time and I digested my food 'i ", and "all knocked out;" if your you fuel jniwrable. I guarantee that *
The best tool with which to harvestthe liver is torpid and bowels constipatedor n bottle of....IfcHlxon'H Liver Tone will wrt I
' The regular monthly business meet- more of lumber have been used and poorly. :Most always after eating I 'I I
,..1 vines is a scythe or sickle. A stubble you have Jieaxlachc, dizzinran: elated keep your entire family feeling fine for ,itmontha.
of the League will be he dipping vats and scales have would have> full, uncomfortable feeling ,
nig Epworth yetto a
. several inches long should be left. tongue if In-rath i.i had or Btouiach wnir, Hive it to your children. It I. "s;;
:: held in the :Methodist church Friday be put in. that would last for several hours. 'I The potatoes should be dug as soon as first trv a opoonful of hamlets Dodnon'ii imnnlitiB; duvaa't gripe and they like iU ,it-
Alex house burneJ to the Liver tone tonight oa guar&ntou. taeto. '
hrr evening Kawlins's "After taking the second bottle of my pleasant '>.
possible after the vines are removed.The I
, r Preparation isbeing made to entertain ground Saturday night with all its Taitlac the fullness and all the dis- '*:
is hard to handle and should
hay
. the ministers of the Methodist, ontcnts. No one was at home nt the igieeable symptoms disappeared and ;. j
he cured'without rain if pol sible. It
,)j. conference which will be held here time, Mrs. Rawlins being at a neigh- my condition is now that of a well .
will be found an excellent hay for
f" in the spring. lior's and Mr. Ralwms being out of man. I now eat heartily without any
r Mr. and MrslTteWitt Brown of Kis- town. We believe there was some in- bal after-effects and I sleep well at dairy cows. I The favorite Store of Kiarimmee j I f
On thin soils it may be advisable to -
(n. simmee were the guests on Wednesday surance. light.: ftS
turn the vines under to add organic
;, t of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Drought of Okeecholxvs will soon be called upon "Tanlac seemed to be just what I I \' I
matter. Whether this is done will de-
St. Cloud. j open more streets to accommodate needed to put my system in shape and t
The Army and Navy, garrison held '.ho new farmers' who are, \! has toned me right up. Underthe j pend'on the need for hay and the Ii Iii
needs of the soil. The farmer must
r their meeting on Monday afternoon in the fertile muck lands around Okee-I circumstances I think it perfectly rely on his own judgment.Houses FURNITURE ?
i ; the Masonic hall\ and mustered in two chobec. It begins to look like I business natural for me to say a good word c

n; ?, new recruits. to see new comers every day and' for it and recommend it to my I i
The Loyal Women's class of the calling for labor to clear land. The friends."

Christian church had an all day sewing orange and vegetable packers and Atnong the large number of promi- for Rent c'

b at the church on Wednesday buyers are getting busy, all packing nent men in public life in the South -WE HAVE IT :
where they also made dinner for the houses are running full blast. Thereis who have recently given Tanlac their AND FOR SALE

h men, who are working on the new par- need for at least two more packing unqualified endorsement for the specific .

sonage. hous.es. This business of packing and aid to them are Hon. McKenzie I The Elite Realty ParlorMRS. 4
The New York Veterans Associa- shipping will keep up for at East sev- !Moss judge of the Eighth Kentucky I ,

tion met Tuesday afternoon in the en months. judicial district; Hon. Moses R. Glenn I . UMMtRS, Mgr. In connection will our Hardware line we carry a complete i

I s Masonic hall. The St. Cloud drum Kentucky State superintendent of 201 Hit St. e... Irick Zlortt 111111.... line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting .home, and I

t corps gave a concert before the meet- printing; Col. John B. Gaines, editor Two Blocks North of Christian Chucrh "handle reliable
ing. About thirty of the members AID WANTED FOR CHILDRENContinued and publisher of the Bowling Green ,r t:

t, were present. One new member was Daily News; George W. Hinton former -
l 'y taken in. There was the usual program ( From Page One.) -secretary of the Warren County Bed Room Furniture, Dining

,l of recitations, leading and violin homes and institutions combined; and Equity: League; President Ptgg of Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par- 1
i' r' music. Prof. Lynch gave an interesting provides for them permanently and at the Newport Business College, and ,

is talk an hio trip north. Adjourned a lower cost than most institutions or others. lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers

i to meet the first Tuesday in organizations of its kind charge for Among those prominent in commerial ,

December.Earl the care of a child for a year. Its life who have more recently en- Couches Etc. 1
,
k Mallory will open a grocery child-caring plan is asserted to be the lorsed Tanlac are C. C. Cooper presi-
store soon in the Perry building on the most practical and the most economical lent of the Georgia Cotton Oil Com- [SPECIALLY( ADAPTFD "

corner of New York avenue and Elev- alsd the most Christian and the Ga. II. W. Hill, .
:any Lawrertoeville ; This store i i. making a record for itself in the matterrof ..

enth street. most humane. bank president, of South Pittsburg For Your helping people to outfit' home Come and .ee. Our prices art
.; R. V. Phillips of Kenansville spent The managers of this society believe Tenn.; J. K. Carroll, cotton mill super- ripL .

1 Wednesday in our city. that a good family home is the best ntendent, of Chattahoochee, Ga.; 0. ?4t

George H. boel returned here Saturday I nlaoo on earth for every normal child.It :M. Conover manager of the office fur- State ,.'
....
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from a short trip to Toronto, docs not keep any children in its liture department of Foote & Davies ,..

r Canada. He was accompanied by his receiving home permanently but findsa \tlanta Ga., and S. S. Shepard ex- jF TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS "
0 ft"'Instruc
sister Miss Edith Doe who will good home for every one. itycouncilman Atlanta. tr''

pond the winter here. Kissimmee F Catalogue I ,.....
Besides providing a. good family Tanlac is sold in exclusively Free .'
Mrs. W. T,. Van Natta Mrs. Z. B. horn*.for every homeless. child coming by J. Z. Roberson; in St. and Weekly No matter what l kwd ef M Engine yon Ian8-G**, Steam, ( ,

Stillwell,. Mrs. Anna Ausbaugh Mrs.E. under''' its care the society lends its. Cloud) by Seminole Pharmacy; in Price List Railroad or ,Stationary Engine-we hay exactly the Took ye. '\.

., E, Williams, left on Tuesday for aid ,
Daytona to attend theW.- C.. T. U." needy child as far as its funds 'will SEND FOR all of the best quality ud workmanship, and at price that will
., ntlon. " -C'- torpriso' ThU':store ha the ,<
eOI) permit. Had Them Placed. yon. reputation of handling oary

Mrs. Baxter of Kenansville, who The society helps jto keep good "An optimist wrote the school boyn THEM T O DAYE.1i11tI1N5IID hardware that i Is of superior quality and yon wiD-make .. ..... r-- (

has been visiting her daughter for a mothers and their little ones together his examination paper "is a man take in coming her NOW and inspecting our big stock. ,

few days left for her home on Sat- instead of separating them and keeping vho looks after your eyes and a pess- CO; 1(

urday evening. She was accompanied the children in institutions.The mist is a man who looks after your
:home by Mr. and Mrs. John Carlin society in the past fourteen feet" JACKSONVILLE. FLA. '"

Misses Alice Hollenbaugh and Flor- years has lent Its aid to practically
I Osceola Hardware
;i inda Marter. 4.000 children from one day old up- Company i
Miss Irene Hilliard and friends. of ward. Exact formula on everycanEven
Milliard's Island were St. Cloud visitors -
More than 800 homeless< orphaned, a

on Sunday., afflicted{, or otherwise needy children an expert cannot tell by .I

W. A. \Drawdy motored to Orlando I were cured for by the society in the looking at varnish whether it is "tf" .,

on Monday on u business t trip. ten months ended Oct. 28 lust. ,
c That is ,
adulterated. why it is "
Mr' and Mrn.' :M. II. Porter from children were received in sot \ "
r Kissimmee, spent Saturday with their II one Eighteen day, three weeks ago. Thirteen +* % important that you should always

grand-daughter Miss Ruth Bass. sere received in one day not long be- buy varnish with a guarantee May-Stout Lumber Co. I
.I Miss Cecilia O\erstrcvjt and girlfriend I r- formula.

of Kissimmee spent Sunday fore.The only limit to this organization's
f a Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman. beniliccnt work is the lack of funds to DEALERS IN i'I i-

Charlie Funk of Milliard's Island work with. It now' has a deficit of I House

s9 was a St. Cloud visitor on Saturday. j $1,000-whuch must be supplied within I Building Materials of all h

1 :Mrs. Drawdy of Kenansville was the next sixty days. e I

the guest on Saturday of her son, W. Its work is supported entirely by 7Hf LONG Kinds

A. Drawdy, of this city. voluntary donations of money, cloth- VERNOSITE SPAR LIFH:

"f p 1 Mrs. :M. E. Baxter of Kenansville I ing, provisions shoes, bed clothes PALE-INTERIOR VARNISH Novelty Works in ConnectionAll +

was the guest on Saturday of her hats, toys and all articles that chil- MARBLE FLOOR FINISH

daughter, :Mrs. John Carlin. dren can eat, wear or enjoy. we ask is let n* figure on your estimate .
The Ladies Improvement Club will\ Every dollar contributed by the peo- Far mtiiJt iverk and all surfaces Courteous: Attention and Prompt
i give a big I banquet at the New St. ple of Florida is used (under the direction ;.&(7 exposed to water useVrrnonte. It willtypt. Delivery. ,
.- not turn white from rain er sleet and
;J Cloud hotel next Tuesday evening. of thirty of Florida's loading Phone
tI the sun will not blister it. 21 Kissimmee
vARNl Fla.
Mrs. Lydia Mosher has opened the ,
Y business< men) din.'lIylnd only for ylh ,
New St. Cloud hotel, on New York ,,,,, Forimide'wo.hvorkwhereextremely
the of homeless and needy chil-
care transparent varnish is required use Pale I .
_
'
.t.ty avenue. dren. Interior. It preserve the natural beauty N
L All office salaries and expenses are of the wood it hard to mar and won't -- ---- -- --

borne entirely by the organization'sboard +"' scratch white. >-0000 0"W">*<"0"0000000"00"fr** 0 0-0 . .o.t 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0..
: 2 BIRTH-AND-DEATH of directors and its women's For all jI.,.., ue Marble Floor :
Finish It waterproofs the .wood and RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF
auxiliary. enables ilIa withstand the severest
I) REGISTRARS WANTEDFlorida's Office-3R1 St. Japies building, wear and tear without marring. TAMPA
SPECIAL
Jacksonville Fla. Marcus C. Kagg,
We strongly recommend these three varnishes, becausethe
State superintendent; Rev. R. V. Cov-
State Board of Health desires ington, State treasurer. guarantee formulas on the cans prove that they have --NOV. 6, SOUTHBOUND_NOV. 7. NORTHBOUND
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to communicate with some man Receiving Home-1944 Riverside been properly aged and that they are absolutely free from SOUTHBOUND- Slops only- at points NORTHBOUND

or woman residing in voting ,precinct Jacksonville Fla. rosin and other adulterants. No. 91Daily
avenue, where time is- No. 92 ..Jr
No. 3 (Campbell) and voting precinct -- I Never take chances with varnish. Get Devoe and shown
s No. I 5 (Deer Park), in Osceola county. I IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS _ Dally
i, A local registrar of vital statistics FEVERISH. CONSTIPATEDLook be turt. 9:15 AM L.,. Jacksonville, Fla Ar. 7:30-PM

f. ia to be appointed for each voting precinct Motherl! If tongue la coated, W. B. Makinson Company 10:44 AM Ar. Palatka Ar. 5:54 PM
u to births and deaths, for 12:38 PM Ar. Sanford Ar.
report cleanse little bowels with "Call- 4:00 PM
Florida
which aha or he will receive a fee of ferula Syrup of Fig*." Kissimmee, ,.Florida St. Cloud, 1:20: PM Ar Orlando Ar. 3:22 PM T

h 25 tents for each birth and death certificate .- 1:51 PM Ar. Kissimmee Ar. 2:52 PM A
Mothers can rest easy after giving 3:07 PM Ar. Lakeland
properly reported.: "California of because in Ar. 1:38 PM
Syrup Figs,
.Any'person resldUtff in one of the I a few hours all the clog-ged-up waste, 3:26 PM Ar. Plant City Ar. 1:20 PM i !. fc"I '

above named voting: precincta who de sour bile and fermenting food gently 4:00 PM Ar. Tampa, Fla. LT. 12:45 PM .{ ,
sires this appointment should without moves out of the bowels and rOil FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED Observation Care Broiler Buffet Parlor| Can t
have a well, playful child again. Standard Coache '
delay: writ the State Board of Health Sick children, needn't be coaxed to Free Reclining Chair Cars)
(Bureau 'of Vital Statistics), JacksonViU take this harmless "fruit laxative." One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250 : -- t

.,'_e:. :- .,..na.It :";'"-:llmpoasibl. cause'Millions they of mothers know its keep action it bandy on the be foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for : Effective N.Y. 7, train N. 80 trill lean Tampa at 10:JO' A. M.. '
will be to put the Dew VIAAtlantic
: <
."5'', re" ..y 1&tli* a dMatlM Jaw'.lnto' operation .. stomach*urW.v",. flrer. and. .bowels- U promptand .Banana 'or-TnJdc": ; Growing., < Eighteen inch. fall to city : :"

,Ii'' t'..(,0eee0Ia"' nt .'!lunW"e4teb" ':'votlagpeeiikset :'.Ask ; your druggist for a 'S -eent" jdittili: ,.Make your h<*ne*pay f or.l itielf.; : = Coast, Line :
bottle of MCa1ifo a Syrup of Figs
li i 'with. a ejristrs.rVaM '
prorlded / which contains directions for babies ; .: Standard Railroad "
of.ttto
bet births *'.Ii'< Apply VALLEY GAZETTE South m '
to y
duty''it shall teport
-rf" *
children of all aces and for grown-. r*- 1'/ 2 JWT-_ "** .. ;
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Sj i WL:1FRIDAY. : '. :""J" "" t.* '" ,
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NOVEMBER 10. 1916 __ _.. _-THE riSSIMMEE VAtLEY CAZETTT. .. .. .ar..Ia"\.....\ ..,.
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Hart Memorial Building News. and thing thy, and mina stiil filled thy, ,,,beasts with fear be troubled letthedanger 115'BUSHELS CORN, ONI'1 1J ..,..!.. .. .... .t.......J to. .' .. ,t ..'.t H.'' .! '.

,, to thy( herd Imminent' ,<,betake .. J l INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE4: 4
thyself-''to counselors, ,wise! :.in ACRE-JO FERTILIZER
K .imm..'.. dale Center...Public Library,' Public :Reading. cholera ,lore., They willastruct'Lbeein ,
Room Public Rut Room Public ,the Lawton Martin is' Just' a'little'boy' Let us ;insure yA) Life, your Health, your Property. ; r
',C . . .. ,, Play_ Ground,, ; way of protecting ,thy swine ;
/ :;/ I ,_. ,' thru Imm1lnlzatiolbr anti-hog.chol-, but he has made a big cam :yield.. lIe Information"in regard property for '

, ", .' Praise- From 'Visiting Clergymen. community,:life.. The,tendency of sot era serum. applied f'oV a, membership' In the Marion ,sale and, rent,cheerfully: given. <
j The H. M.. C.; bulldlne'wu; visited cial circles U to increase In number. "10. When inoculation hath' be. county corn' club last spring. 'The .

, ", ... .,,,117; two t Presbyterian.clergymen from and 'to, decrease*in circumference.. In come necessary ,and, imperative' ? to county agent looked him up'and down, In addition to fifteen othergood companies, we. >

;t' .._..,i, tarpon Springs'who were,making a this process of,.dismemberment brotherhood safeguard tho herd, .thou act'admonished )hen walked around behindind looked .now represent the well. .known.. t< :'
tji t** top-over visit in" Kissimmee.: . feeling is, cut, into so many to, employ a competent.person\ :PIR1r' INSURANCE -
'f.t"!! 4 They gave ,.unstinted voice to their pieces that there ,remains. hardly to apply the treatment and ba ye also again.' Lawton was< eleven year' old HOME CO. of.New York' ,j ;

\ ft" admiration for, the building., its ar; enough-lies to bind., certain that good,. potent. serum be and'that but let Mm he looked into,the club with small., amargin' ::1:>>. 'G-. W AGFI T.JI:. R'
I rang ments,, and, the purposes. ,to .The.worlC' the, managers of Hart used. All those things shall be-reveal. ; pretty Floor
I' ,. which it was devoted. They said the Memorial 'is to gather up our social ed by the counselors and if heeded by The agent talked with him a while, Second Glizens Bank I ldg. Kissimmee: Ha.':,'. :

citizens of Kissimmee should be proud forces and co-operate them for both thee in the days to come, the fruit of but tion.did That not make1 had' any audible.. predic ................... . ..,... ..... ... . ... . . ..... .a 1 I
, I to maintain an institution of hUs na- mutual and common good. In such a thy labors shall profit thee much and bpy grit. -

:,, |re.. Their regret was keen that commingling at our people and talents thy nights" shall be passed in peace near Lawton Electra lives in on East Muckland Marion county.Farm., GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT I year (final estimate' ), 74,295,000 bush- i
on Springs has nothing like it discoveries are made of possibilities ,and rest. lIe selected el. ..1
an acre of heavy muck
! argon Springs has a library but it that\ really gives a new birth I Hay.StateSeptember .
( ",. is cramped into an obscure room. of social inspiration. 30 BOYS AVERAGE 58 land, broke, prepared and tolanted it. ;' WASHINGTON D. C.. Nov. 8, estimate, 66,000 4
1, f He did all the cultivating yd kept all' 1916.-A of estimates
'. ... It is needless to say that out of this the records himself. G. *H Herring- summary preliminary tons; production last year (final estimate

I' HART MEMORIAL BUILDINGOUR grows a larger fraternal spirit, which BUSHELS CORN PER ACRE ton, boys' club agent for the University State of of Florida crop and production for the for United the ), 61,000' tons. "

COMMUNITY CENTER.By not only gives new values to society, Thirty Nassau county corn club of Florida Extension Division, States, the Bureau of United States-September estimate i
as compiled by
to those who live here but lends a finished the work and R. L. 86,156,000 tons; production last year
( Rev. A. M. Chisholm.). boys thlaear. Blalock. county agent, went Crop Estimates, United States De-
special charm to those who are (final estimate), 85,225,000 tons.
Their bushels out and
average< was 68 to the measured Lawton's acre and
4';
needs of is fol-
Every communit;; a center of partment Agriculture, as
.
; strangers within our gates. acre. According to G. L. Herrington, corn at the proper time. H. had the lows Cotton.StateSeptember
" ".* community interest. The solidarity of Hart Memorial offers a library, rest boys' club agent for the University of acre all right-not a whit more or : Corn.StateEstimate 25 forecast 8'1',.
''w ;' intellectual, social and religious aims room, and community club room to the Florida Extension Division, this is the less. He also had something else- this 000 bales; production last year (Census .
\s I is a good too apparent to be argued. public-features which in year 12,600- ), 47,831 bales.United .
are, a spe- highest average yield that has ever 115 bushels of corn which he had produced 000 bushels last '
:, I Hart Memorial building fills a cial complimentary to the ; production year. States-September 25 forecast -
way peopleof been .
reported In Florida when so at a cost of 13 cents a bushel.He final estimate
unique place in the social side of our Kissimmee.herd. . ( ) 12,000,000 bushels. 11,637,000 bales; production last
.' many boys were enrolled. did not use any fertilizer. His ex- United States Estimate this ,
f year,
s Port Geiger of Hilliard is the cham- pense record follows: Rent, (5; prep- 2,640,000,000 bu.; production last year year (Census), 11,191,820 bale f'

f HOG CHOLERA COMMANDMENTS pion corn grower of his county. He aration of seedbed, $2.80; cost of (final estimate) 3,054.535,000 bushels. Orange.
"4. Watch thy neighbor's herd as made 119.6 bushels on his acre. The seed, $5.25; cultivation, $3.55; gather Wheat State-Novembe..l condition 747.,
? cost per bushel was 26 cents. His ing, $3.75. This gives him the biggest United States ((2 States)-November
t t State-October estimate
Dr. A. H. Logan veterinary field thine own, for often cholera: hath : 885,000 1 condition 89.
corn was grown on the same sort of net profit and next to the highest t tGrapefruit.
agent for the United States Depart- stricken his herd and he remalneth bushels; production last year (final
!
j' soil, light sandy loam, on which yield that has been reported up to I .
ment of Agriculture who la stationed. silent. farmers in the lam..ommunity aver- date this year in the state. ,estimate) 1,220,000 bushels. State-Nov. 1 condition 70, compared .
at the University of has "6. Should it to that the'acourge. United 'States-October estimate,
; if Florida prepared come pass aged 20 bushels or less this year. with the nine-year average of g
. ten commandments for the coh-: cholera, infect thy herd, Iso- 10 CENT "CASCARETS" 1,229,182,000 bushels; production last 1t7. -
It will be that Port
I trol of hog cholera: late the afflicted from the well, usinga seen Geiger FOR LIVER AND BOWELS year (final estimate), 1,640,362,000 Prices.
, must have had }some advantage other
.fi."I.. Thru the days of thy labors goodly distance between. bushels. The first price given below 1* the,
than land. He did. It was a recep- Cure .Sick( Headache, Constipation, Tobacco.StateEstimate .
W thou shalt remember: that swine re- "6. Should death overtake one or tive mind. He worked his land well Biliousness, Soar Stomach Bad average on November 1 this year, and
quire special! attention in feeding, more of thy porkers, thou shalt ob- before he planted the corn and culti- Breath--Candy Cathartic. this year, 3,750-- the second the average. on November ,
and cleanli strictly the Biblical 000 pounds; production last year
drinking housing general serve injunction, 1 last qStateCorn
vated it well under the year.
county agent'sinstructions. No odds how bad liver stomach ,
r your (final estimate), 3,549.000 pounds.
ness. ashes to ashes. '
or bowels; how much your head 80c and 67c, oats, 701 )
1 "2. Thou shalt keep daily vigilance "7. When cholera Is rampant over The contest was held in Callahan, aches how miserable you are fromconatlpation United States-Estimate this year, and 70c, potatoes, 1.44 and I 199 e. Hay i {'s
., over thy flock of swine lest a portion the land, be thou ever watchful of Sept. 30 };, become stricken with cholera.: thine animals. Thou shouldst providea ear sample from the corn which he relief sluggish with Cascarets.bowels-you They always get year (final estimate), 1,060,587,0<)( 22.8 and 13.0 cents: per pound. Eggs, ')
', "3. Knowcst thou that cholera infection fence for Imme- pounds.
their
: good protection.Thou J2 and 29 cents per docen.
grew. Mr. Herrington says that the diately cleanse and regulate the stomach -
: being of easy distribution by shouldst forever banish from corn was exceptionally good. A big remove the sour, fermenting food Potatoee.StateEstimate United States-Wheat, 1.58 and I
rodents of the field, birds of the ait thy the and foul take the bile this ,
premises 1,110
T filthy, germ-laden crowd of farmers attended the con- gases; excess year 93.1 cents per bushel. Corn 85 and
t. and human agencies, it behooves the wallow hole; thou shouldst keep thy i test. Three scholarships awarded from the liver and carry off the con 000 bushels; production last year 61.9 cents. Oats, 49 and 84.9 cents..
i were stipated waste matter and poison
master of the farm, his attendants l hogs in good health, free from external to club members. Pasco Foracker i from the intestines and bowels. A I (final estimate), 960,000 bushels. Potatoes, $1.36 and 60.8 cents. Hay ,
h and their wives and children to pursue vermin and internal parasites, Baldwin, took second place, and Ed- 10-cent box from your druggist will United States-Estimate this year, $10.68 and $10.83 per ton. Cotton,*18 t
and slay, yea, even to destroy pigeons, worms, thereby increasing their re- win Brown, Callahan, third. The three keep your liver and bowels clean\ 289,000,000 bushels; production last and 11.6 cents per pound. Eggs 32 -
buzzards, and other distance to disease. stomach sweet and head clear for' final estimate ,
crows stray dogs winners will attend the club boys' months. They work while year, ( ) 359,103,000bushels. and 26.3 cents: per dozen. r
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animals that go from farm to farm; "8. Thou shouldst keep thy swine you .
short course at the University of Florida
for tho same reason thou shouldst not habitat clean and disinfected at all Dec. 4 to 9. Honey Popcorn: BalU. Sweet Potatoes. Baked Apple With Honey.
W. permit in visitation upon thy swine times, providing a concrete wallow Put one pint of honey into a saucepan State-Estimate this year, 2,500- Dig out the cores from good baking
fe, habitat strangers, such as peddlers, and crude oil for a dip and plenty of Oldest Royal Dynasty.The and let it boil until thick, then 000 bushels; production last year, apples and fill the cavities with honey
agents and buyers; nay, not even air-slaked lime scattered over the oldest royal dynasty in the stir in freshly popped corn, and when (final estimate), 2,576,000 bushels. adding a bit of butter to each, 'and
f./IfT''( neighbors, lest they Introduce cholera premises. world Is that of Japan, which goes cool enough to handle, mould into United States-Estimate this year, I bake in a granite dish. Serve with

, : and lead to the destruction of thy I "9. With the fulfillment of these back unbroken for 2,600 years. I balls. 67,700,000 bushels; production last ,i cream whipped or plain.

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FACE 4 -- .. THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER '10,. 1918I

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:, HIE KISS1MHLE VAllLY GAZETTE[ of his enemies and to tolerate. Fashion Adheres To Simple Lines--- 'j
many more as is humanly: possible.. : '
Calls
'i iIf _w...... 1II..ry ........F.. This I Is' *"case wherein, vengeance II Hints On Latest Dress Trimmings Governor-Elect. States ,His Position
0.... .. VIa"OF Umm1t UmtHlmf,. would prove inimical to public- welfare ,

i K____ Fa. and to hit own success. -- .T. the People of }Florida ", .. ... ..

: ; 1 W. .. HAMHIS. ... .. 0.VANS AGNEW The voices and vote. of those Demo. NEW-YORK, Nov"8.-...(Corre.pond- ubiquitous pocket are here represented : I appreciate the fact .that Florida I .< O'_..... cratlli 'who )-Fashion hai not swerved. Ifa in the form of,an extension of the< ,
k : nominated Knott partisansto pnce. \. : -Aii1ricat. and I Iwill, be happy and content to continue its upbuilding.

.._rl..... ..t... appointive offices are just as muchto the least from the implicit/ that ha. bodice and they are decorated with I am a brotd-minded man not a fanatic a* ha been so often charged -
Tear ............ ..... are colored embroidery in a conventional
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One On Copy.Copy. BIz: Month. _-.--...-. 1.00 : be respected as the voices and been a marked feature in the vety in thi heated campaign and will work upbuild, and not tear down.

On Copy Throe Months. ._-....... .V6 votes of those Democrats, who nozni. first moled with which the design. what i i.' destined to be the greatest State in the Union. ,

All communications coPt from our nated and elected: Mr. Catts.i, opened. Now, a. then, most season frocks Use of Paisley Shawls V, You can lay (for me that I will appoint every Democratic nominee; ': I
.pond nt.,. must bo Something and distinctly whether be
,', authorised oorr" very new he for judicial or administrative office without exception.
writer.n depend on the beauty of the material ,
4 .Irncd.).et by Kl th matter will not be returned When Mark Twain was. editing a and simplicity of line for their attractive In the line of trimming is and will work for harmony and peace. They will have my co-operation. -

''kh; unl, *e called for. weekly newspaper one of his subscribers "--ranter than 'on elaborate success the use of Paisley shawls or Oriental and I shall expect their co-operation in return.

; (Entered In the Poatofflce at Klsilm wrote In that he had found a spider , trimming There was very a time when silk giving this effect. At all the so I am very sorry that the State Democratic: Executive Committeedid

I ne., Flordl. *. second cla.. matter.) In his copy of the paper when he the trimmings of a dress cost ctal gatherings this touch has been not consider me a good Democrat but if I am permitted I will .

opened it. He wanted to know if It much if not more, than the material as very prominent and proved exceeding. show it-that I am just a* loyal a Democrat a* ever lived. In fact I -

,FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1916.. was a sign of good luck. The celebrated -I,to the, ''amatement especially of the.,. ly popular. The genuine Paisley have always insisted that this was a family row. I have frowned upon

humorist replied. that the woma who wanted to be economical shawl ha been psed by those fortunate I and would not tolerate a negro vote coming in to settle a Democratic

: PAUSE.MLCATTS. spider was merely looking over the but' now it is the very contrary., .A i enough to possess one of these fuss. I _J '

Sidney J. Catts has achieved an un- paper to see which merchants were .. rare old treasures or those who are You have honored me by your vote and whether you be CathoI.rb& '

precedented triumph in the political not advertising. so.it could visit one of able to pay the price asked for; them or Protestant, gambler or saint rich or poor. you will receive fair and q

annal of Florida. them spin a web across' his door and Thoso, however, who would think considerate treatment at my hands.

A new-comer to this State, almost live contented ever afterward. twice before cutting up a valuable I have no enemies to punish. and the people will find that my T
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a poor man without political influence -+- shawl handed down from previous policy will be B broad, liberal and just one. It would be ridiculous for -

.I or connections, unknown outside of his Lord Macaulay, England's noted essayist generations will find substitutes in the anyone to believe that I would even attempt to force c religious view -

immediate home vicinity within a and political philosopher, wasa new silks specially designed to give upon the body politic.: I would rather have the people of the State to .

I few weeks he will be inducted into source of many gems of thought.One vs this effect. The Paisley shawl is employed know at the beginning that my policy will be broad, philanthropic .. I

the highest office within the gift of is quoted here for application to in many ways, not only for and for the best interest of all concerned, and that no sumptuary or -

the voters of Florida. candidates in future elections. We say trimming dresses, but for hats, too. blue laws of f New England will ever find a place in my administration.

t No other political candidate ever "future elections," because otherwise A very handsome dress was seen recently f People of Florida, now that the Governorship has been decidedby -

has even approached this record in some one might: take it as personalto in which the upper part was you, it is best that we (forget all differences and let the cordial spiritof

Florida-probably not in any other somqi", candidate in the late unpleasantness ; ] made of a Paisley shawl and the skirt co-operation permeate our great State. I shall meet all in the spiritof

State. : "Many enemies of public and sleeves of broadcloth.In fairpess and I shall that
as meet you on basis. J shall!! expect to
There .is a cause for tqls-n pr.dominating ,- liberty are distinguished' their private the collection of Paris importations have the same treatment. SIDNEY J. :CATTS. }

couse which should serve virtues." there was a striking set of cape _ _ ----- ,. .

) to admonish Mr. Catta himself in the -+- collar, turban and muff of Paisley COMMENT. : ':>
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, hours of his victory. It should be to W. V. Knott listened to some very combined with fur. This combinationwas

him a lesson learned from the book of bad advice. Had he accepted the primary also seen on the collar of a dss, The editorial headed "Pause Mr. Calls," was put into type before

experj.cnce-the experience of others result, ho could have been elected Mr. Catts's statement arrived at the Valley Gazette office. Which'

It should be a guide for him in his Governor four years hence practi- makes it none the less pertinent as this newspaper's views on the situa- \

.. official career throughout the next cally without opposition Tampa .' ,i1 -e tion. Mr. Calls certainly merits the commendation of f all fair-minded -

: four years. It is a cause that: should Morning Tribune. 'citizens,- foe the stand he Jake iiii administration will be an undoubted . .,- .

I.3 give him pause-pause for delibera- This probably is true; but Mr. III success if he adheres to the policy he has enunciated. EDITOR.! .

tion. Knott said he wanted what he was ":. .

Several factors have contributed to entitled to now-and he got it. Shad Dllocl
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Mr. and Mrs. R. De Witt Brown. )
t this unusual situation which has made -9- Baked Short.-Try to get a thick flatv '
dealers scale the fish for have returned home from a summer )
Mr. Catts Governor of Florida. Something of interest to our Osce- Most yon. ,
't Remove the bead and tall split down vacation spent with relatives in Ohio. J..
He has a strong personality. His ola cattlemen: Ireland has a breed of
the back and remove the backbone and They made the tripu in their automo-
and and his bovines that rarely attain a heightof
aggressiveness
t1 courage the small bones nlong the edge.! WashIn bile.
more than three feet, that thriveson
seeming sincerity appealed to many
cold water but do not allow fish to 'j
11 people. Much support, toot was accorded the poorest of pastures, but the lie In the water nnd dry vlth), a piece.

3 to him because of his "plat- cows of which yield about 20 quarts MoCLz.V of cheesecloth.<< Ilrusli, a Rhalluw |nn Pcnuehl. 'i

1 form" or his several ideas. of milk each .daily. with one tnbl""PDonrll\i \ drippings.; Two cupfnls of brown sugar, t/ne cupful

i These however are only incidental -<00- Iny the shad In. skin side down, sprinkle of white thrve-qunrtera cupful of

ti among the reaaons for his victoryat Mr. Catts ought to send the State with one tcnKMoif\il, | of salt one- milk. butter size of walnut and vanilla

at the polls on Nov. 7. Executive Committee a letter of eighth teaspotiuful of white |pel'l| |>er to flavor. Cook sugar and milk over
Melt teaspoonful of butter and put moderate Mute until It
forms a softball
thanks. The committc did to
than other
To one thing more any more '
I over the shad, dust with a little flour In water Itpmore f rum stove, add
does he owe his election. That elect him Governor than any other
preeminent One-Piece Mat.erlalal
Frocks of Two
I and pour over one-hnlf cupful of milk; butter and \aullla. Heat until creamy

factor is that a large majority agency.-Tampa. Morning Tribune. I Need Scarcely Any Trimmings.dress put Into a very hot oien tWt'lIt.flve and place In buttered pan. Be sure

: of Americans are keenly in favor -- needs very little more than to thirty minutes. It should be light and don't cook too long. Itemove from
of deal. Nineteen boys born to Mr. and Mrs. a brown and the hotter the the better
t a square touch of oven stove as noon ns It forms a soft ball In
embroidery
or perhaps
I ". This sentiment in favor of fair play Frank Scott in ten years-three sets I a the shad will' be. If It browns In water. It burns very easily, so stir ,
|,contrasting: collar, to make it as smartas
was outraged last spring when the of triplets and four sets of twins. less than fifteen minutes reduce the quite often, but not continuously.Carrot .

Democratic State Executive Committee Some of the warring European nations Fashion demands. The ingenious heat ns It takes twenty-five to thirty .
woman with very little effort and minutes to bake .
thoroughly.Directions
adopted the restrictive and partisan would better import! the Scott PI*.
practically no extra add For Frying Shad Roe.-
cost can a
4 rule embodied in "resolutions 4 stock when their big row quiets. One cupful of sour cream, one cap
great deal of stylo to her dress by a Wipe the roe with damp piece of ful of of
and 5" of unblessed -+- sugar, one cupful grated carrot
r memory.
simple embroidered motif worked in MOClLLI cheesecloth Put one tablespoonful of the yolks of two eggs, salt cinnamon
One of life's
r The adoption of these rules aroused mysteries: Why does drippings Into fry pan; when hot put
heavy silk or wool yarn. A narrow and nutmeg to taste. Bake in ODe
indignation among the mass of Flor- a candidate spend 110,000 getting In the roe, cover with tin plate or lid
banding of fur added to a collar or crust and cover with meringue using-
ida's Democrats and thus made Mr. elected to a public office that pays I and try very slowly ten minutes. Remove -
the edges of sleeves also gives a. distinctive the whites of two eggs and four tablespoonfuls -
Catts a commanding gubernatorial only $2,600 a year? I touch to dress. cover and turn carefully\ with of powdered sugar.
candidate in the primary. +- any cake turner so as not to break the roe.

It was not because the Democratsof An apropos thought from a Roman Another means by which fashion Dust with salt and pepper cover and
eliminates the need for trimming I is /Velvet Dress That Breathes Simple Fry for five minutes, uncover and frj .... Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Florida admired Mr. Catts more poet (Horace, 65-8 B. C.) : "Remember ;
in the use of two materials for fashIoning Elegance. light brown on both al 4es. Serve with Vo.r drtrrUt will ft.adOF If PAZO
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but, that they resented ...injustice .exceedingly to be calm in adversity." OINTMENT' UH to ear _..ye... ., Itchinr.Blind. .
)" :.\ ." ..:..- r a dJl .,. It may be>two contrasting the fur being uae4 to edge the Paisley lemon and garnish with parsley. Alwaysbe .BlMdlM FYOtradlni Plies!I.61o 14 that
he Democratic
won the careful not to break the The Sf1 sppac.tlea g4s Ness sad Last. Me.
nGmlnation.'Iio' .A'paradox), Often a ;young woman's shades-of' .the eamVtnaterial cellar Another use to which the roe. .
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shirt waist becomes rumpled because or two different materials in'the same Paisley shawl has been put I is the
To to wrest this nomination .
from_ attempt him by more than'' questiClnable it too,much pressing...' *W tone that are. used. Both these effects' making of prett ',. fancy handbag, ,'

. -- are very charming'and'highly .pop and it is also used very effectively by .
methods in the more than questionable
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How to travel and railroad ular. milliners.
save I
recount, aided by judicial Interference Classified Advertisements
P4 that, seemed to' interfere in one fane\ or gasolene: Let your thoughts The pretty one-piece dress sketched Dainty Neckwear.
L ravel for you. here may be developed in' two Feminine fancy has turned againto ;,r. ,4.opo -.
direction/only, further intensified! and : :
shades of in satin and broad- dainty neckwear in the f M1of
; expanded t the indignation already satin or I ., . .e.epI. .. .pO4444O.. ...4..0.0000000000000000000.
Where I the Ark Rested. cloth. The upper collar should be of jabots and colars of real lace, embroidered -' .
ic roused, Georgette, finished with picot edging nets and fine batiste with FOR SALE-On: Lake street; 4 three- DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.
We struggled painfully through the and lots all Tiller.
JnocraUeO ters In Florida are room houses ; occupied
in mud and at sunrise on the fourth day I and the lower one of the same material band-embroidered decoration A at $4 each per month. Price $1,400. J'
I not different from other Americans ome in sight of Mount Ararat from I used for the pleated section of the smartly dressed woman on Fifth ave Easy terms. J. M. Wiilson, Jr.445t LOST-Watch-charm, cornelian stone .
1 matters of injustice or persecution. beautiful black and white in shape of barrel.
he skirt. The new sleeve, curving out toa nue wore a jabot of real
hilltop above Erivan. A im-
i They object to any class of their fellow more point below the elbow, is outlined lace over the front of her dark-green Finder please return to Gazette office
I Democrats being barred from )osing sight I never saw than thisugs FOR SALE-A good refrigerator at a and reward. *' ,
I get pd
with a row of tiny buttons, and the tailored broadcloth suit, which had a
their party. They also want a man tot" snow-clad hump with its attend- bargain. Phone 57. 46-2t
collar of fur. I
with braid.
lower is finished deep
have what he has earned whether .int peaked gendarme at its side. edge 600 MILES bes' hog and cow range.A ; .
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: The other illustration shows a I' In such sheer materials as Georgette 300 acre farm for said in range
Though the on each side of itare
ILL day's wage or a Governorship nomina- ranges I stylish model which has met with silk nets, chiffons, apd very fine FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har- 4000. Dixie Highwiy, railroad. t'
tion. "Governor Catts" is the /\,OOO feet high, if seems to rise Or will trade for milch
conCrete ness, $75. T. Hall Fla. 36tf
Utopia
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; I great success. The design, which batiste, collars and jabots are just asdainty __ __ .
alone from the and looms
expression of their resertment. plain so I I cow. Patrick street, first house
distinctly as possible. Beads, silver and
breathes simple elegance, is FOR SALE-One 3-drnwcr Cabinet
large as to absolutely annihilate the
Mr. Catts should bear in mind these thread embroideries and silk west of big ditch. 46-2t -
level miles 'I appropriate for the formal dress that gold or National Cash Register, one Bur
!great plain, thirty across, '
facts. Possibly the same folly that every woman finds it necessary to I|I wool fringes are some of the most I roughs Adding Machine one large-
which from it.
separates Heavy
has overthrown his enemies may work you least of. Such frocks tbisleaA popular decorations for them. TO EXCIIA.NGF-Motor-bo'lt.; ((3- .
snow-storms had ranged over it for 1 have at one horse power) for dairy cow. Or Iron Safe, one 25-horsepowcr<<: Ferro
his undoing. lie would better not let weeks, and the snow was lying to are fashioned of beautiful chif- The flat, rolling collar of satin, flannel will sell. Enftiie in first-class condi. Engine, : two 6-horsepower Gray J
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partisan animosity nor political expediency I within 0,000 feet of sea level. The fon velvets, velveteen, lustrous satins or broadcloth still is "holding its tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells, 104 Possiel Motors one Naphtha Launch, one

,, ; tempt him into like sins. summit is represented in the latest' or soft wove"h{ materials with a sheen own, especialy for wear with one- avenue. Telephone 242. 41-tf pair Counter Scales, four oil tanks t tne

8-N 'Some of his utterances indicate that surveys to be nearly 20,000 feet above ]like, cluvctyn, velours and broadcloth.The I I I piece frocks,. For the most part, JAPANESE SEED! CANE-$4 per pair Trucks, one Office Chair '. <
this danger lies in his path. bodice fitted with soft these collars are plain. The edges of .
lot fresh Milch ',
the sea, so there were 14,000 feet of snug I I i 1,000 stalks; standing. J. M. Will- one Sheeting, two -
) lie is a man of strong likes and dis snow lying on it, and the shining mass I pleats at the underarm, is buttoned some are pinked or bound with braid, son, Jr. 44-4t Cows. All cheap for cash. ROSS ,I .
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likes. lie is also impulsive. lie has down the back, a feature which is i i land others are finished with the popular / GRAVES. 45-tf '
seemed to rise and into the blue
soar I FOR SALE One fresh Jersey cow; -
made unwise statements in I this The silk or wool fringes. -
_ _ some the surely gaming favor season.
heat and stress of the election campaign sky Professor from C'onybeare beneath our in New very Armenia.feet.- _________nn _ _ _ _ _ _ also fresh 3 in others a few, 4 wc-cks.years old Address will be O. FOR SALE: -G. C. Conn Bb cornet, :

just ended. Some of them he -- - -- Oh, I dunnol We have friends in P. McCABE, Kiasimmee Park with "C" attachment. Practically : -
: surely must regret in his cooler and Hats of London. COMMENT AND AMENDMENTThe both places.-Okeechobee Call. ( Route No. 2)) 43tf new and will sell at a bargain. B. '

snore deliberative momenta. ONE DOZEN CONVICT. ]M. KNIGHT Valley Gazette office. -
London is said to be the greatestrat Kissimmee Valley Gazette is WANTED-

One of these statements is to the center in the world, and it has recognized as one of the leading Promised A New GUARDS AT ONCE AT CAMPSNO. FOR SALE-Several glazed sash
AND NO. 3. K1SSIMMEE
. effect that HE WILL USE illS DIS- been estimated that the rat population I weekly newspapers of Florida, and to' County To Br'er Davis. NAVAL 2 STORES COMPANY blinds, and Burrows' screens; all at

CRETION IN APPOINTING candi- r the metropolis is equal to its human build up such' a newspaper requires i The Okeechobee Call is trying to ROSALIE, FLA. 44-6t half price. W. U. ARNOLD, phone ,l'-.

dates' that have received endorsement population and that about 10- business sense as well as newspaper stir up a sentiment in favor of organ. 266. 47-2tpd '

in Democratic primaries. In other 000 is spent annually in reducing their ability. Some time ago the Gazette I izing a new county with Okeechobee SALESMAN WANTED-To sell lubricating ft&A

words if the primary nominee was a lumbers. announced that it would start a daily is the county seat. Nothing more oil, grease, specialties and )FOR SALETr-One-fourth block with .' ;...

Knott supporter Governor Catta The London In these of paint. Part or whole time. Commission small house; two blocks from court '
may sewers swarm with rodents October 1st. In its last week's issueit han we expected. days ,

14 or likely would appoint some one else. I and so do the railway stations. stated that this venture was indefinitely -I political unrest, when some are goingast basis until ability is estab- house, on corner of Verona street "

Mr. Catts may or may not have Tunnels especially are the abode of postponed on account of a 100 ; some west and some over the lished. Permanent position and and Clyde avenue. Will sell cheap. '-:.

gnade this statement.: Several false irmies, and railway men often fear to per cent raise in the cost of print however, if the people will care at wide field when qualified if desired. Apply to M. COSNER 609 Mab-

utterances: were alleged against him traverse these dark holes after night- !:paper and every thing that goes to ,his time, when the high cost of livings Man with rig preferred. Riverside bette St. 47-4t i'-j...

in the campaign. This may be one. fall because of t.hem.-London ,make a newspaper. The decision of purse-wrecking, to take on the bur- Refining Company, Cleveland. Ohio. >" -- JJ'
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
; . If be did say it, however, he would be Opinion. the Gazette shows its greatness. ''en of meeting an unnecessary pay- [ ), ',
BEAUTIFUL 8-room home splendid
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4 !wise to reverse it. There is no need of anyone butting oil for a coterie of officials to say PIANO TUNING-Prof. Jennings, ,,;' .
If Mr. Catts is really a wise man, Dana's Ten Books. their head against a brick wall, and nothing of building a court house and well known tuner is at Miss Irene residence street in Kiasimmee;

he will do all he can to harmonize the Charles A. Dana once made a list of yet there are papers publishing a jail. Better let well enough alone, Saunders's house 209 Park street, home-like, well-kept, lot of fruit
truck
Democratic party in Florida-providing ten "indispensable books." They are daily and l losing money every day beloved. It will not be so far to the for a few days only. If you want pretty lawn; just right; finest

3 of course that he 6e not required the and artistic tuning send right away for garden included; $4,000, on favor .
Bible Shakespeare the Declaration that have not the moral courage to county capitol when Okeechobee .
to 'sacrifice: principle. of Independence the Constitution suspend a money-losing proposition. Fort Pierce are connected with an in- him. *pd able terms, or exchange for Kansas .

i If he I is as big of mind as a Democratic of the United States, Bancroft's -Florida Advocate (Wauchula). t.erurban--.nd: it's coming as sure as property worth the money. <*
RENT Four and 500-ACRE STOCK FARM located on *
FOR rooms bath -
Governor of Florida shouldBe "History of the United States," Irv Explanation Yourself. shooting.,-Fort Pierce! News, .

,or'as" any official should be, he will ing' "Life of Washington" Frank We would rather go to heaven from The New. is mistaken. The Call I is lower floor, for family or party. large lake prairie-bottom" land.
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heed the voices of the Democratic vtt- lin's Mrs. F. G. Thomason! 8 South Or- Owner says "sell. -
sentiment It
"Autobiography, Channlng'a"Eaa.on a town full of hypocrites than to hell not trying to stir up a *
A FEW GOOD NORTHERN FA1
.... in the primaries., B* will appoint Napoleon Bonaparte," Gib-' from a town full of angels.. .--Fort was ,already stirred and I. was a partof lando Ave. to exchange for Florida property ,

'' ." .very Democrat who won nominationS bon's "Decline and Fall of the Roman Pierce New the agreement if we located at
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FOR SALE-Two horses to be displaced :
; Submit propositions. .
*4$ th"voU.otJhJrleUcnr:.. . Democrat*. Empire" and Tarbdl's"Esrly Life of I eookoo's nest, we need*not be alarm Okeechobee. We-want the .grameentcarried by auto truck. Call-at Kisslmmee your ., -
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Phone 182 .(Sanitary" Market) 'for I Visit our 5, 10 and "25 cent,depart. ,Mr., and.Mrs. J. Jt MaUefcU, from,
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(TeUchoa*Mo. ID fresh ,oyster ,* m nt. The" Story"Store. Savannah; Ga.,.willerriye ift; KJsrimnie -

< i n i i i i i i tonight for an indefinite) :visit
_C. H. Dan was here from Lakeland IThuraday 4harlee W. ;Eainey of Lakeland f : 26 PUREBRED CATTLE i with Mr. and Mrs.' G. W..rPersoni. ,
*" j'QAir
Published ETMT Friday BrW. .. .
pent Monda, in1 Kissimmee.,, ) t
| B. HARBU BL'O. TANS AUNBW / n.,business, <. r .. They .r.1.h. parents. of MnP.nou.. .. i

; Fresh Supply of Anseo,.Aim at the Ladies'' high boots, good values, at That Dr. W. ,W; Carson Irf d Wiever \! '.1''*, :, '. I '

PALACE, DRUG STORE. $4$4.50.a. f. ,WVj Lawso'n.i :- in a good grade bf cattle Was demon { STOMACH i! TROUBLE W. ,
** ** f re. M
1 d''h "< &*+ 1--" *:r': ,1 I
''J.* jDowdingand: family, motoredto '''I wJ'Hotat, k 1f> St.IClouewa.. : cod; r strated ,last1 weeJr" '''wh.n. he>'returned |t it, ,CASES,;OR, DYSPEPSIA
MeeR9sTgre day. guest at the Park hotel Tuesday. from'-Tampa with **' car, load1-of' ; fin.J.rsly ) ....:.
r t Leesburg last Friday for the !3 < stock.There .' f l: -: M'Pape' "

,.Fresh. .tock..lfrGCerl.,, and. vegi: V; See Dr. Schriefels'' no-eu..lI..pa't *- r t ware twenty-six head,in.all* *. ...,.DIa""t Stetaacha surely makes.feelrllae Sick.' Soar, -4

table. Sanitary( Market. Phone 132. ,offer on pag10"t.; J 4* O twenty heifers and six 8 to 4 :years old \Gassy In five sal..t.e.tilf
.
,' :T. E. Eaton"" of Laurel;*;!)'*'!.f;regl*.. Big line of men's blue serge pants,, cows, all first-class dairy .t clt. .<, -

I tered at the. Park hotel.Tuesday.r . ,$3.50 and. $5- "valu.s.. '' F.. H. .Lawson.. ..* Dr. Carson''will ..pasture this.stock what,you just at* I* souring on' I
- at his.dairy farm'on the eastern >border your stomach or, lies like a lump of
.. ( Have you seen 'those'sport' .coat. at M. N. Stewart of St. Cloud registered . of the city and will use silage as lead\ refusing to digest, or.you )belch
PRE55PyIc the Dollar Limit: Store T at the Manhattan Tuesday. 1I4KIItG feed. gas and eructate or have a feeling of di. D...,
'Tandy Prior 'of Loughman spent Ladies' guaranteed 'rain coats, fine 1> heartburn fullness, nausea, bad'tasta> _,
r? last Friday in the city, looking after quality, $6. F. H. Lawson. *, FROM MR. AND MRS. CASLER. in mouth and stomach-headache, J'OII'
blessed relief In five minute
can get s
business, interest J. M. Montsdoca, of Whittier was
POWDER : Put an end to stomach trouble forever
Mr. and Mrs. M. D,_Casler desire to
We sell the same tailored suit for in town Tuesday on business. make acknowledgment of the neighborly by getting a. large fifty-cent case of

Weather ReportFollowing $15 that .will cost you $25 elsewhere.* ; J. Wade, Tucker. left Monday on a Absolutely, Pure aid, courtesies, arid sympathy I You Pape's realise Diapepsin In five from minutes any drag how store needless ,

; Dollar Limit Store. brief business trip to Jacksonville. rendered by their friends in connec- it is 'to suffer from Indigestion, '

{i' Edgar Chapman of Plant City was arations is complete; call and look it Made from Cream' of Tartar .n with the demise 'of Mrs. Caster'sfather dyspepsia It is the quickest er any, surest stomach stomach disorder.doc 'w ''

" t business visitor In Kissimmee l last over. CORNER DRUG STORE. John Henry Llewellyn. tor In the world. It' wonderfuL
:', ; are daily temperatures I NOALUM-NO PHOSPHATEThe I
Wednesday. Phone 297.George .
.
t.; and precipitation a* reported r e

ft.I by Government station Block's extra superb chocolates, SOc, E. Babcock left Tuesday for ; ..
Kissimmee for the week end-
? at ing: Thursday, Nov. 9: $1 and $1.25 lb. PALACE DRUG I Orange Center to cast his vote in the ( "Snowball" Jack Owens show Sour StomachThis Makes a Sour Man I''

STORE. .1 election. I '
I now playing: a three-day engagement
1 Max. Mln. Rain Mrs H. M. Bratton left Friday for I at the Star theater, offered theatergoers is of the The "don't is genial. l
; Friday ________80 63 You should see our sweaters-la- the day optimist. jvorry"man a
of Arcadia another musical
Saturday __ __80 62. Sanford where she will be the guestof dies', men's and misses. F. H. Law- '' I smiling chap who look forward to a bright. future of health and '
last The
: Mrs. H, Y. Bryan for several day comedy production ntfht.
Sunday _______80 63 son. entire performance was pronounced happiness-and wealth too of course.

Monday __ ____80 60 Dr. Davis has returned and may be Ladies' white waists, latest style incomparable by the large and enthusiastic The pessimist i i. scorned He is blamed for a surly and gloomy di.- ; ,n t

r Tuesday ____ __78 62 : seen at Lincoln House for glasses for collars big values, for $1. F. H. audience. The members of the position and receives no sympathy for his morbid for bodiDp. sIt
Wednesday ____80 64. .16 : a few days only. Headache cured Lawson. company displayed talent and voiceto
Thursday __ ___77 63 with glasses. 1 isn't altogether right.
: perfection and each If well I
J. A. Blackwell of St. Cloud was a fitted ..f
,, Many a man get th. reputation for having sour disposition, wkeo.the .
OO.ooo..o oooo'oO''O' Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cilleaple, who Saturday visiotr in Klsgimmee; looking for the particular part that they are
) truth .f the mutter Ii that he lau a our st..ach.Nyal'sDyspepsia : .
Kissimmee The are clean
are well known to people, after; business Interests. I i cast to play. costumes

: ...... ... .oo U.t.OO. .. .*....t.. 00. day registered and' Saturday.at the :Grayston, last Fri- Wednesday 9 nk m., 60'cent saucepan and such attractive a way ae,UTappeaft6the and are designed eyes in I Tablets. T' z.

. : 25 cents each, in the 5, 10 and 25 "cute." The show is clean and efrtertaining i.

The Local Field J:. L. E. Overstreet of Hutchinson, cent department. The Story Store. in every detail, and deservesthe will Wp tIt.a.... ', ;
i. Kan., stopped off here between trains i
: Saturday to visit hie brother, J. L. E. D. Malloy returned Friday from patronage. of modesty as well as They contain pepsin and diastase in scientific proportions. He can eat a

..0.00000. . . . .. ... . . ., I Otf_ .._>_'tIt..t.__.___, _and n_ other..n. relatives._ He Lokosee, where he has been looking; hilarity.-Arcadia ,News. what he likes and what the pepsin fails to digest the diastas will
left for east coast towns, where he after business interests in connection
with his turpentine still. I I Layman's Christian Union meets at I take care of. I
To Our Newt Contributor: will spend some time ,' 3 p. m. tomorrow in the Methodist i A good digestion is a blessing; Nyal's Drpep.i..TaLl bring a bless eS
Mrs. T. M. Rivers Wednesday
Miss Lenore Fortner, who is attend- spent Sabbath school rooms. ing. Two sizes 25c and SOc f
All communications, church notices Park at the Churches of Christ State
etc.. for publication in the Valley 'ing Rollins Cillegw, at Winter convention where she attended the Besides good goods you get good treatment at our store. Al-

than Gazette Wednesday must be in afternoon its office not In orderto later spent Mrs. Robert the week-end Savage,with of the her Manhattan mother-, C. W. B. :M aession. 1 I Rye Bread With Carraway 'd. ways glad to have people com in and look around, whether they t

insure gubl ration in the current hotel. ._, C. W. Campbell left Monday for For one loaf made In the morning want to buy or not. We wait on you promptly, give you what you
issue. Thi*>. Wwp TJeT"l-m3rttei to soften one cake of yeast In one-fourth
where but tease to buy anything.
I publish personal social, religious, of "*tZyvT3M., Chisholm and his mother Lokosee he has accepted a po- capful of lukewarm water. Mix )Jhoroughly. ask for never anyone

1 other news, but it can not put nearlyall Mrs. A. J. Chisholm, left Wednesday sition as woods rider for the Malloy then add< a cupful lukewarm
of it into type within a few l.ours to attend the State,convention of turpentine works. I water onMalt teaspoonful salt. a PALACE DRUG STORE"The ,
; and meet its usual hours of publica 1 I tablespoonful carraway seeds, one soda
tlon. the churches of his denomination, held'n Glace Fruit, $1.00 the pound. COR-
j half cupful white flour and enough
Lakeland this week.W. NER DRUG STORE. Phone 297. Nyal Quality Store"OTIS
sifted- flour to make a dough that
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.Mrs. rye
: L. Dunn, land commissioner for Our stock of Velvetina toilet prep- may be kneaded. Use wblte flour In STCVCNS. MIT. ,,
I
I E. L. Pierce spent Tuesday in the South Florida & Gulf Railroad Lewis Knight son of Capt. W. B. kneading. Wash out the bowl cover .

Orlando. Company, has been up from Kenans- Knight, of Okeechobee, spent a few close and when double its bulk turn ;

fi For Sale-Homes, mules and Shetland vill to spent several days with hit days in the city this week, havingcome upside the down bands on to the fit board a French and roll bread under .-- . ;

ponies. J. W. Miller.; tf family. and look after business matte here for medical treatment. I pan. Cover and when again light ... . ... ... .. .. . ................. ..... ..... ...... ,

Dr. M. J. Hicks made a professional rr! connected with his road. Special-25 cents each, Wednesday, I slash It three or four times across the

visit to Orlando last Friday. Mrs. Walter Bronson of the Shingle 9 a. m., 3-quart white enamel saucepan top and bake the loaf about fifty minute

Fresh oysters daily at Sanitary 1 Creek section was brought home -a 50 cent value. The Story *. Come Take Look

I Market. Phone. 132. from a hospital in Orlando Thursday, Store. a b
I where she was taken two months ago Making Beds. .. .
II IA. li. Taylor of Trenton, Fla., .spent! for an operation. Mrs. Bronson 1 Isgreatly Three essentials in prescriptionwork i 'To make up a bed so that It will be 'I
I : pure drug Accurate work, smooth, tuck the clothe In. one piece
several hours in the city Friday.
: in health.Dr. We in
improved prompt delivery. We have all three. at a time. at the sides, and completethe are getting new goods i
Fresh shipment of apples. Sanitary W. B. Witherspoon left Monday CORNER DRUG STORE. Phone 297. work all but tucking the clothesIn

Market. Phone 132. for Birmingham Ala., where he willtttend at the foot. Now draw the clothes '
: .' Capt. D., F. Roe'and A. L. Hunt 'of a meeting' of the Alabama S. L. Lupfer J. E. Lupfer, Roma down, one piece at a time, as taut as for the Holidays, such as
Thomas and Capt.. Clay: Johnson were possible and cock them In at the foot
r ,Kenansville were recent visitor*. inKluimmee. Presbyterian Synod, 'which'also em among the, class'of forty who were The bed will be far nicer looking than Cut Glass 'I Goods andJewelry '
I braces'th. 'Florida' churches. H* : Ivory
; : )
initiated into the mysteries of Shrin. would be otherwtse'possible. It the : ,
; :'I"I:: I Phone 132 (Sanitory Market)'for will be absent from home two weeks.A erg Orlando, yesterday.Mrs. . bed Is of iron or brass, which does not 1" -.. . ,:'.''..,, .' 4' "".. . w
" fresh! meats. pleasant motor party from Lyn- permit of tucking In the coverlet tuckIn } .' : ,: . ,

.. donville, Vt., stopping 'at the Gray J. Z. Roberson, Mis Ruby the other clothes as directed placing ,. ,"
I ,.born, to Mr. and Mrs. Desmond all.
stone last Sunday night while en route Prevatt, her guest from Bradentown. the coverlet over

: .... Little, at their country home, near for Winter Haven, comprised Mr. and Miss Zelma Johnson, and Miss Ethel Tuesday is Eye Day. Come have your Eyes '

Narcoossee. Oct. 21, a son. Mrs. W. A. Heath and Miss Jennie Roberson motored to Orlando Mondayfor Silk Fiber 8w.s.a> examined.

>- We have the high lace shoes for, Ferrill. a few hours. Some call them sport coats, and for
ladies in all colors, $8. Dollar Limit summer they are Just the thing. They J '
*, Mrs. J. B. Westcott, of Atlantic For Rent-Furnished flat for light come In Copenhagen blue, green salmon !
r-. Store. "ity N. J., now spending the winterin I housekeeping. Apply to W. B. Harris, rose rose striped wltb white and H. O. BROWN & CO. ,j

C. A. Robert and E. A. Robert of St. Cloud, was prominent among; ,. Gazette office. purple with white At $305: they hare \
Winter Garden were lately transient the visitors in Kissimmee Wednesday, a half sash which Is only In the back Jewelers and Optometrists 'jI
visitors in Kissimmee. when she attended a meeting at the Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Fuell!, of Rosa and at $4.08 they hare a.. full sash that

Hart Memorial building, called to organize lie, arrived here Tuesday. T"; 'y will ties! In front SUCCESSORS TO cfcLE) JEWELRY CO.
Frank T. Graham, traveling solicitor
.
D. A. R. chapter.C. mnke their headquarters ct t IVVnn! H. O. BROMPW.M.a.go
, for the Tampa Tribune was a recent a hattan for the next two weeks, wl-ile Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System

1 visitor in this city. t W. Block, who has been employd Mr. Fuell is Joking after ca.l'.e: in- Tb GKOVB Old Standard TASTELESS general chill IrenKtheiilna TONIC drive touts out !:

Now is the time to order that Scotch i m the Sanitary Market, left Wednesday terc ts. I Malarlaurlch.lb,,blood.and build.tip the rya.tern. ,
suit; 300 samples to pick from. Coat for his home in Samville, Fla. A true tonic. For adulu and childicn. :SOc. !

1; and pants, $1-6.00. Dollar Limits Mis.s Zelma Johnson, who has been' I Dikes Baby cough syrup, no opiates .
s Store the attractive guest of Miss Ruby harmless, but is guaranteed to cure I' -: '+ r
\i .
_.. .. babies =
cough. Try bottle and
------ --- a pet
Prevatt for the last six weeks, left
Mrs. M. A. Clark )left Tuesday Wednesday morning for her home in your money refunded, if not satisfW-d.I : PINEOLA RECEIVING NEW STOCKS
1 morning to attend the State convention i CORNER() DRUG STORE. Phone
, \ of the W. C. T. U., in session this Hradentown. iI I 21.17'1 1"II
N. J. Stevens, who has been GROUND LIMESTONE
'
\ week at Daytona.Mr. S. A. Bogue left Tuesday to spend I II
ed at the d. OF GOODS DAILY
ifew with his Mrs. freight/ -pot for some t
days daughter,
!
and !Mrs.\ W. J. and
Fling accompanied left Tuesday for Winter Park where i /* Purest, Dryest,
II. S. Faulkner at Palmetto, Fla. Mr. ::
Mrs. !
by !Mrs.\ D. I. Walling and has Cheapest.
and Mrs. Faulkner formerly lived inKissirnmee /ne a permanent position hi rs.1
i; Belle Walling, motored to Orlando :i-l-'er.s;;! .. and son. EverettwilL.visE: and their friends here will I
last Tuesday for a day's visit. relatives in Umatilla for a few days Carbonate of Lime 97.73petcent <- -:-
be interested to learn that Mr. Paulkner ,
:T:, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller and daugh- I has a desirable position in the- I before joining'him. I* Moisture ._______ 2.00p..rcf'nt 4IO

Sand _________ 0.27 percent Oa
in I
r ter. Miss Kathryn, spent Friday ----
public schools of that city. D. B. Herrintfton and little
daughter 00-
t ,
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| Orlando, where they attended the Or-
' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carlson and son Cornelia returned home this week + We sell DIRECT to farmers<
lando-Tampa football game.. from China, Maine where and other growers finely ground H. C. STANFORD
if* Robert, and Mrs. Dr. Cooper and they spent i i' COMPANY
''f: Mrs S. B. Aultman and Miss Emma daughter Elizabeth, all from St. the summer. Mr. Herrington had his':, ** limestone.Its analysis is HIGHER than *O
\\f.: Yowell )left Tuesday for Lakeland toY Cloud, with Mrs. Rben of Massachu- car shipped to Charleston, S C., and
. attend the State convention of the has any south of Mason-Dixon line. "Ofd{ Reliable Shoo Dealers Osceola Coumty.:' '
setts and Marcus C. Fagg of Jackson- been touring South Carolina, Geor- I I.* We keep in our warehouse *
L "hurches of Christ churches now in ville, Fla., were welcome callers at gia and northern Florida. On his tour I',* several hundred tons of ground *
I J I.... session there. the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Funk, he visited his son Frank who Is at- I!,* DRY limestone-which assures *

I I.::. W. C. Bradley, who fell from a telephone at Hilliard's Island Sunday afternoon. tending school at Chick Springs, S. C. i,0, prompt shipments. *
r. O
,(I'* We will SAVE you the mid- More new stocks of
i":; ,, pole Friday while repairing a Mrs. E. E. Williams Mr
P line, Is able to appear on the streets ley, Mrs. Z. B. Stillwell Mrs. M. E. I arrived here recently with his familyto solutely the best limestone on'*

, again by using crutches. lie sprained Van Natta and Mrs. Clara Kinney, all spend the winter, has purchasedthe *O the Our market.machinery ** Shoes just arrived
new guarantees
!-'; .'. '& both ankles by the fal1yj i of St. Cloud passed through Kissimmee Vail grove near Shingle Creek the finest ground limestone. ,r

Miss Lucille Pike passed through I last Tuesday en route for Daytona station, which he will improve and put I I I O

Kisshnmee last Tuesday morning where they went aa delegates to in first-class condition. Mr. Payton \L.L Pineola Lime Company SEVERAL STYLES Of SVRAL STYLES or
,,;1 while returning to Rollins College, at the W. C. T. U. State convention in is a brother of Mrs. E. L. D. Over- OFFICE in Bank of Orange*

Winter Park, from a brief visit with session there. The convention closes street, and is highly pleased with this ** Building FACTORY, Orlando at Pineola, Fla. Fla. O 0 QUEEN QUALITY\ fLORSHEIM

at Lake. today, section. He expects to spend at least y
her parents' Eagle + Send all orders to G. T. Bennett 0 YT'
six months of each here in fu- .
Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mrs. G. W. Per- George Overstreet who is attend ture. year Box 718. O lando. Fla ? + SHOES SHOESNew

sons, Mrs. C. N. Paver, Mrs. J. Z. ing Stetson University at DeLand, OO.OttO'O.t.O 'OOO"O. O. .'

. t.;,j{ Roberson and Mrs. A. W. Bailey motored received a severe cut Tuesday by stepping ,, .
to Orlando for a few hours last.W' on an open Yazor. He wa.broll&ht WbMMvor YON Need a OMM! Tbsdo strengthen Old Friendship' -
Talc Orovo'.) .,
to the home of his brother Stocks of Cool Weather .J
nesday. The Old Standard Orove'* Tasteless with a .new portrait-the gift that
'
"" ralub throat with BALLARD'S J. Overstreet, for care and the chill Tome .. equally valuable a* a exacts) nothing 1 la return yet has a
a sore wound i. healing rapidly. Hi. mother General Tonic because It contain the value that' can only be estimated la Clothing on hand. r
SNOW LINIMENT. One two
or application well known tonic properties of S
Mrs. R. O. Oventreet, arrived QUINT kindly thoagkUalneaa. ,
._ _
will cure it completely' and DlOH. It acts on the Uwr Drives r >>
lt from her "home in Haines : I' __ .
Price' 26c0: and $1.00 per. bottle. and will remain a:few City dayCJ Wednesday : oat Malaria. Baricbee.ttM Blood sad -Make the appoiatasesit today. ..... ,_...-. fo--- -........,.--...../,... -__.._. -_. ,
BoOd up.the W cote System. O cent I
WILDER'S STUDIO
.. Sold by .Osceola Pharmacy. ,
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;; PAGE ... ., THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1 18,16 4WOMEN'S

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that he was not sure would take well I I' was dlsguated-absolul,ly disgust -
1 TOWN MEETING with everybody What' Kissimmee, ed. I was'not dl.couraced-Juat dis .'

From needstt to get a city council, with gusted. I world I
One. The the
Pare ), SEECARSON
Continued
n Club(should be financially aided in ccomplisUaff nerve enough to go ahead. The count "The town needs more attention,, ey. ,
cil is too timid. It is afraid to under. more improvement. The ladies are ,. .
of endeavor
b IU new line. take some things, lest It would 'not absolutely the agents to do It, .W. "
.;..that the city council the Board ofTrade ..
; have the backing of the people. ought to supply them with the sinews FARMER the who.,

and material citizens assistant' reneraly to should the He believes in the bulkhead projectHe to do the work.. U they take bold, they are 'on, manSAVES
contribute
agreed with/Mayor May'that come can arouse interest and shake things : ,

women. 6-- individual or corporation can be found up. ,
thai
One regrettable feature was
that will undertake the work in return "Cleanlin.s is THE leading thing :
the, women seemed too backward FOR
for half of the land reclaimed. If he all over the United States. I cam
boot "speaking out in meeting.
Miss were a lake-front property owner, he home with the Idea of having my I t tT
Aside from brief remarks by
Elisabeth Aultman and Mrs. J, M., certainly would give up half of his lake town become ai other towns--andthey Pony Buggy and
,
short narration front holdings if by doing so he could said I was crazy Yes--crazy,
by
Willson, Jr., and a
make the half he retained valu- THEY
more were e..zy--my critics were.
Mrs. W. J. Fripp concerning what theWoman's Harness ,
Club of Dade City had accomplished able that the whole had been. *I am :ready to do my share; but let( ..,
He would say', however, that the ,there be no :foolishness about it. :
none of them participatedin '
city council had greatly improved the Clean up all along the railroad. That .
the discussion though they were
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generous in attesting, by their applause town in the last four years. Conditions railroad is disgraceful. It Is enoughto THE PRICE IS RIGHT >AUSE for a moment, young mai

t and:l laughter, their appreciation I, generally are now better than turn anyone from the town. Openall self. The I.
and
ever before. There have been more the streets to the lake. Start on give a thought to
of and enthusiasm for opinions I .
J voiced by others. I I grading of streets and more general Darlington avenue and take the qth- problems that confront now or" i!
felt improvement than ever before in the ers later. Clean up the town-for the you ,
Mrs J. M. Willson, Jr., physically "
unequal to the part of opening same length of time. I Lord's sake-clean up the townj.;" >604 004 p ........ooo.o.. will a few years hence.
lie heartily endorsed this movementof 11
and the meeting, and I
u presiding over
the Kissimmee Woman's Club. If They Hooked Col.Watkins's. ..
show it had nothing
the club, to ;
against the men, decided to request the city and the citizens would give C..W. GRIFFIN 11 11I Look about you-the men of affair in country, state, nation,

Attorney O'Bryan to open the gathering these women only half as much money Grovel ; ye, i ia the world, are the men who started to save early in life. s';
had ben subscribed to the Board of
and Mr. Lawler to preside over it. as Trnde, the women would show something Next to stealing a man's characteror I Staple and FancyGROCERIES' They have the reaped and confidence of the community. ?;i

Both complied. worth while for it. The women his orange grove is to steal a pic- ;
After short introductory remarksby better results because they have ; ture of his grove and palm it off asone's I Then look ton the other side-at the fellows who spend all theymake

t Messrs. O'Bryan and Lawler, the get more time tolook afar' things. The own. I -they may have a good time for a while, bat what does their 'i ::1.

first speaker was introduced in theY I The same may be said of a steal" 4 personality reflect?
too busy earning to
men are money .. ,
person of the mayor. business the from one county and representing it Free Delivery to all Part
keep or family going.
i SHERIFF'S WIFEDISAPPOINTS I to be the product of another county.In : of the A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be tbe"J"
The clearing and grading of Darl City
THE MAYOR. a recent publication entitled Baden of an honorable, independent career.
a "
Mayor May began his address with ington avenue, he said, will 1 be; an "The Orange Number, Lake Highlands Make your beginning now-today. Your bank .-
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thing to accomplish. There would
a show of much embarrassment. He easy Bulletin Clermont, Lake Cpun- book will pave the way.State.
aaid he felt at a-loss.. A promise had not be."any trouble with the, railroad.; ty, Florida,'>-we"" notlcfl"4 well-written v .- t:

been made to him, and it had not lie had always found Mr. Haley, the article on the first page, "The Storyof '-

;; been kept, and consequently he did not local trackage superintendent for the the Orange," copyrighted by F. C. C.F.THRASHERSHEEl

1 feel supported as otherwise he would. railroad, to be a reasonable man and Grable, and for a head-piece a six- METAL WORKER Bank
ready, to do anything the council had
.1 "The sheriff's wife, said Mr. May, column halftone picture of an orange Metal Roof Put on andGuaranteed
asked of him. He had no doubt Mr. '
"told me that if I would take a seat grove described as follows: "A striking .

; on this platform and make a speech Haley would put in a crossing at I picture of a well cared for orange PHONE 1-tf.K KISSIMMEE. FLAJ. of Kissimmee
here tonight she would sit on the plat- once-as soon as the city council ask- j I grove located in our lake region section -
s ed him to do The other of the I t.
so. part
form with me. She has broken her "
work would be of I near Clermont, Florida. Fol- Capital stock ._________________ ____ ___. $100,000.00
promise. She has left me in the lurch.I just ag ?asy accomplishment a
I lowing this title these descriptive: Resources over ____________________________ 400,000.00Officers '
see her sitting down there in the | word occur: "In the photograph is ,

audience, and I have to faoe the mu- As to the project of clearing off or i I shown the producing trees on the W. THOMPSON and Directors: :.:

sic by myself." (Much laughter.) cleaning the property along the lake I I right and the new grove in the fore- .. .

} There are many thnigs to do in front-he did not suppose anyone 11 ground. Then there is seen one of FUNERAL DIRECTORand C. A. CARSON, Prest. J. M. LEE, Vice Pre t

Kissimmee, said the mayor. Some of would object to having his property the picturesque lakes of this wonderful M. KATZ, tad Vice Prest.

them can be done now, some will have improved. (Laughter and applause.) I lake region of Lake county, central X
,,1 to wait a ",hile. Some things have Furthermore believed in open- Florida." ROMA THOMAS, Cashier.

been done that should not have been 'ng' all the streets to the lake. (Ap The halftone engraving is made LICENSED EMBALMHRStore '

done, and some things have not been plause.) lie believed the railroad from a photograph made of Col.! T. J. .''t"

done that should have been done. would grade all crossings without ob- Watkins's grove on Lak Berry, be- 11 and Chapel, Stewart Ave. -- --- --- --- __ -- - 0 a.

fir' Some things need to be done badly. jection.He tween Orlando and Winter Park, Or- XI.84mm., Fla. :
C. A. CARSON, President. N. C BRYAN Secretary.
s' The lake front should be improved and I. as a councilman, is perfectly ance county, Florida.

,; beautified. It Is'very necessary that .villing and glad to co-operate with Now, while it may be true that a

this should be done. He thought, how- i the women. Women's improvement grove as handsome as that of Col.! The Waters & Carson )

ever, that the only feasible way to I clubs always do good work. St. Cloud I Watkins located on one of Lake W. B. Crawford Lee Jarre) a

; t do this was to bulkhead the lake front.It it an example of this. The women I county's beautiful lakes might pre- CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW 1

is impossible for the city to do there are doing splendid work just sent similar characteristics, still you

", the bulkheading now. The city and I,!now in promoting a city library. He cant pick up this finest grove in all Grocery Company f
Offices 4 6 6, and 7 Citizens
: ,
its citizens have just accomplished believed in giving the women some I this section, and Lake Berry to boot, Bank Building
work with. It would be and lift them into Lake county
one big task-tha$ of getting a bond money to over
used to good without leaving big hole in Orange. Kissimmee Florid
issue for improvements. Another big purpose. '
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
I object is in process of accomplishment LEE IS GLAD OTHERS The United States authorities are ;

-that of a..county fair. Strenuous \RE CRAZY LIKE HE IS. after just such misappropriations.

efforts are being made to achieve John M. Lee, who has served )rte Orange County Citizen, (Orlando.) GROCERIES

?f success for the fair.Bulkheading city and county in various official capacities DR. W. W. CARSON
ADVERTISED LETTERS.List .
.can be. done, however, ,.'said It'did him good ot see -,
without one cent of cost to the city. something like this started, He was of letters advertised by the DENTIST 0 '
He knows of similar, projects: else- glad to,be.Ptlllent,and participate., Kissimmee postofTice *for the two I Office over Pilley Building . 0000 0 . . 0 0 .04000000000 000 *
: remember weeks ending Nov. 20, 1916: T Office Hour.: S-11. 1-6 0 4 O 0 .
in that of efforts
,where, being accomplished way. "Most you my "
'Phone 1
Lizzie Office 'Pbon. 1(1 Reald.nc. 0 -1 WE SELL:' O WE BUYS *
The bulkheading would be quite an about a year and a half ago to cleanup Miss Georgie Albritton, Mrs. Oa. AamlnUt.red for Extraction .( 0 ; .

expense, but the reclaimed land could the town," he said. "I got so much Byner, W. R. BartVey, Hallie Baldwin :Teeth HAT 0 .

be made to pay the cost. There are I criticism that it nearly ran me crazy. Willie Ghasom, Willie Cromedy, # 0 HIDES ,TrPRODUCE ti,1,

individuals or corporations who would Some of my best friends turned up ,Frank B. Cull ins, G. G. Griffin, R. T. GRAIN O 0 0

aY undertake the work on that basis. I'beir noses at me. Some of them said Hewitt, Jr.:, Scarborough & Over- GEO F.PARKERATTORNEYATLAW 0. FERTILIZERS .. 0.. FURS ..

Kissimmee and its city council aresleeping I was crazy. They called me1' a crank. street, Charlie Thurman, Mrs. Mattie 0 O WOOL "I>

.., on a great proposition. The They ought to be ashamed of them- Thomas W. T. Turner, James Watsbn. SHINGLES -....

: lake front should be beautified. The selves. I hope they are. I am glad B. B. Simpson, Postmoster. Collections and Conveyances ( AND '1 1t'
6' ORANGE BOXES. O ;
d[ practical way to do it is to bulkhead. 'o find there are other people just as TAKES OFF DANDRUFF Specialties! 0 O ALL .

1 The way to bulkhead is to jump all 'razy as I am or as I was said to be." HAIR STOPS FALLING 111 1-1 Broadway I IG. 0 ORANGE WRAPS, O ;
: over the city council and make it move Certainly he was in favor of this 6' COUNTRY t

in that direction. Then the! bulkhead movement. Certainly he is in favorof Save Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottle 4' VEGETABLE CRATES 0 t-
4 0 ;
s. j ing would be done. cleaning up the town-or any partof of Danderine right now-Also 4' CRATE NAILS 0 4

i,, d i He approved of the interest the it. Any sane man ought to be in I stops itching scalp. fr. KRIBBS W. :J. STEEl 0 4 tisr
ti j j women are taking in these matters. favor of it. The women are right. It 4 0040 . 00 . 0 0 0 . 000000 0000 .4
1 I Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy KRIBBS & STEED
t If they would only keep it up, some must be done. hair is mute evidence of a neglected *'
, thing great will be accomplished for "I am sorry to hear Brother Thompson 11 I scalp, of dandruff-that awful scurf. ATTORNEYS AT LAW We sell field and garden seeds of all kindt. -i
i 1 the city criticise the city council. Maybe I There is nothing so destructive to Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
'I ..t CHAIRMAN OF they need it. If so, give it to them. the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair Legal business of all kinds civet Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. ,\

ti CITY COUNCIL SPEAKS. The fact is, they ought to clean up the I of life its, eventually lustre, its producing strength and a feverishness its very- prompt attention. We are county agents for !good fertilizer Ask ui for circular and prices

:( 'J Councilman J. W. Thompson, chairman i town. When'I was trying to have the and itching of the scalp, which Offices Kissimmee 11 and 12 State Florida.Pat Bank. Bids' .D rertili", .. "

: of the city council, was the next town cleaned up, I got no help from I if not remedied causes the hair rootsto _ _
j jul'ene
i f I Tspealcer. He welcomed the co-opera- I the city council; and I did not get shrink, loosen and die--then the
hair falls out fast. A little Danderine
,
y tin of the Kissimmee Woman's Club much co-operation from the mayor.:
will
I iy m y, in the work of bettering civic conditions. -I The council means to do right. Nobody tonight-now-any your hair. time-- surelysave Johnston d. P. Oarr.ti [ C. Bryan, Pres. A. M. Bryan, Vice Pres. .I'. .Weaver. Scc'y.lrcss. '

;. '. He had noticed that wherever l wants it to do wrong. Nobody Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW '.

: the wornen took hold, and kept at ''t, wants it to make a fool of itself nor Danderine from any drug store. You :
I surely can have beautiful hair and lots a
i Improvements followed. into debt. But I offered all sorts
go i of it if you will just try a little Dan- Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
: )He[ had something say, however, of inducements to get co-operation. derine. Save your hair! Try itl! Building ,

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T. M. RIVERS. M.D. Bryan Realty' CompanyGRAYSTONE ,


PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
CASINO
i- Office over Osceola Pharmacy


oo sExtxa T Fertilizer Value 'Phon. Office Rraldenc 118.LEWIS. St .



DEAL You can get the worth of ynir: money in almost 3''
\ any fertilizer, but Ideal Fertilizer gives you O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW Orange Groves, Timber Ie"'., We Pay Taxes for Non-resi- ..
ERTILIZER that and then Cattle Ranch, Country and idents and Act as Owner's.
some.
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Waring1 Building.J. City Property Ager ts for Rental Property.
The market value is based on analysis but field ;i'

4 value is in the mixing. Profits depend on field -'t.....

value. E!,ctra yield, extra quality, extra profit. ----L- ,

Ideal Fertilizer is mixed to make crops not justto A. TROVILLION M. D. a i
sell. for and Special Attention to .I'il
Send
catalogue price list.
CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. S.
FLOYD
; 1' Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.Manufacturers Stoll Orlando a.m.Winter Office. -Boardman Building, R.

i Office-2 4 and 6 .
J of Ideal Fertilizers. Park to Dealer In '
to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd -- b '.' '
Dealer In Fertiliser Materials,

.' Spraying Machinery and Inseetloldes..i Groceries Hay Grain and Feed
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Robert de1 Co.
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I NOVELTY WORKS Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. :
; .. li a Horse Bills i Specialty. All litutor! Flibl

.... 1't'usdsa Msd Dew Free,.. Wiwdoes
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was atm, 1 could see the'apI.sh.a and 'bayonet' and ''bomb ,strife Everything t.: '11' 1

letter From Lieut. spots' of sky blue on the ground where I' Is now organized and everyone r

the French had fallen,singly and in knows what, to do and does It as a "1

Vans Agnew groups. That piece'of ground first, I matter ot "courle: 1 r

frank dotted with Huns, then, British, then j' The main roads leading: to,the front '

tl French all now side ,by aide and at Bare It seems, congested, but there .is ;, ti g 0 P. A. puts new joy

i.(Continued From Page bne) ) peace together. All young, strong, no confusion. 'Mounted ''men ar'o at % '

{ hearty and brave men. every cross-roads, and all about "traf into the sport'of
'the Hun I
a bee fo i ,
thing, straight as I
By 9 a. m. big batches of prisoners tic control" is in charge. Every road '

lines.awed At and 6:20:extended a. m., like our batteries a pack were, coming in, and all day they has its orders, cast iron; certain roads ''D Xl oi1M smoking .

." came,-in ones and twos and upward, for motor traffic, others for horse; kpEE ME" ,
'earing killing opened up their unspeakable ,
a :
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and I never saw r' heard a single roads where traffic goes only one way 4 '
racket. With glasses we live
prisoner give any reason whoreby his I and, in the manner of London police YOU 'may to

is,: watched the "tanks"waddle solemnly lumber up out over of feelings might have been hurt. A i men, the mounted Tommies run this (V BACt r tj0 cl' i and never:
ridge and '
Hun R.-A M. Cf. corporal carried one terrific traffic, night and day, smoothly feel old enough to

sight. of'our' Wounded four miles, after :; and efficiently. I saw one' q? two Imli ,i .
loves the "tanks"worII but it's
Tommy dressing his troubles under fire, and symptoms of cavalry. About 10 in vote, cer-

.. them the !tanks The was coming to be: ,fight for him just he has been specially mentioned by the morning I saw a mounted man, f III I I I tain-sure you'll not r, "i. ;

our for it for his Iron evidently wounded, wobbling his
corps own know the and
..ke. To be aljowed the privi- ,- joy
Cross saddle, followed by a riderless officer'shorse
'ollowlng a tank and watching //I, I II contentment of a F
I saw another of the Hun sausage 20 or so yards behind, come
-1 solemn antics was too good tofrtAu. N
balloons come down in licking flames riding over the ridge from the front t friendly old jimmy ,
The men marched by (reserves) 9 o ;.
ahead of us while the marauding ma- lines, and on they came, trying to trot hand rolled
air in a broad and greatly amused pipe or a
chine of ours circled above most At- and canter among the shell holes all

',grin. tentive. The Hun never had more along the length of a famous wood. cigarette unless you get on talking-terms

When the light grew strong bit enough than two sausages up, and these bob- Big shells were. upheaving things in with Prince Albert tobacco!I' '
moved near .
'to see, we up quite a /
bed up and down In a state of piti- the wood, and any moment I expectedto

the village stormed on the 9th, and able nervousness. Behind us were see them go down, but, reeling and P.A. comes to you with a real reason for all the t,

tappropriated a piece of damaged tel- twenty-five or thirty of ours alwaysup lurching in his saddle the rider reached goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
'trench, in which we installed our
'ephone to corps headquarters, and high and defiant. Then I saw one safety behind behind and the rider-, a patented process that removes bite and parch! '

the pigeons some water and of our beautiful machines come crashing less horse followed contentedly. n You can smoke jt long and hard without a come- .
gave
I to earth, headlong just like a shot I saw other signs up there of cav-
'feed. Then the tanks (four or five of back! Princ Albert has always been sold without
bird; but we have fifteen machines alry which I must not mention except
up
them) waddled by and others showed slightest coupOns or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
to the Huns one. During a big fight vaguely. Given the chance,
their blunted noses to us conning up.
you rarely see a Hun in the air. It is whole divisions not brigades, will put Prince
Albert affords the keenest and
'The ground hare is a network of shell pipe cigarette ;) '
wonderful to watch one of our machines the charge of the Light Brigade into
holes touching and overlapping, and enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and
swoop down over a Hun trench the shade and give people other thrillsto b
the tanks! wallowed in them just like coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just
| very low and, going like the wind, put into immortal poetry.
barges in a heavy sea. Up and down, blaze a volley from its machine guns At the prisoners' cages we now and. answers the universal demand for tobacco ;
!
roll and waddle lurch end jump
'' Rldiculout beasts, slow and straight and! shoot up again to its legitimate. Ilhen( find an officer who speaks English without bite, parch or kick-back/ ;
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work. < wear andply him with questions.
and full of venom and cunning. Looking Introduction to Prince Albert isn't .
anyharder .
decent who had
When you consider that our aero One such, quite a chap maces Alb.rt I. eel" ...rywa.r. -?

so harmless, buW miniature forts, planes see everything and send the I been in Indiana, laughed and Raid that I" .t.ppr rod_.J1.../ :1 'IJJ1 red than to walk into the nearest place 1 that sells tHa.

impregnable to anything but a direct news by wireless steadily, only going: I I Germans knew now that they were ho1Jt-pond 10" ''1. 'EZZiJZZmfftobacco and ask for"a supply of P.. A." You
hit from a shell. '10., d..., ",.".'.'.. ... -...<1 payout
from back to brigade or division headquarters -I jhcattn, but, he added, with a grin: 10..1.101' with .eo.g..n..t.n.r a little 1 change, to be sure, but it's the cheer- '
The only piece vo really see ... ,
that A. .
eh.
would be top tee.ec.la s..A r
was in the village just ahead-the near by to drop maps and ;I when the war was over we .,...JiJ __It'-. fullest investment you ever made I

sketches, you can see what a most able to take our British army back to ,

"crown of the rldjte"-and the Hun important advantage: we have now England in a row boat. Another offi-
knew that and hurled shells and shrap the I
in this war. There is a big racing:, cer humorously complained that whenne
at it steadily but, in lulls, t- l in the front line his national
two-propellored, two-engined French WPK captured;
and I went in and gained the: ound > ALBERT
aeroplane, handled by qne of the famous Scotch captor carefully took the gold RINGE joy
which the church tooka
of rubble, was Hun-killing Frenchmen, on wrist watch from his wrist and solemnly -
good look and shuffled out again smoke
2 francs into his hand.
which the Hun has set a price, whichwe I pressed
flesh like and Jill kinds of .
with
geese often and to show his dis- I hope to see the next big fight( ,
see, ,
all R. J. ReynoUa Tobacco. Co,Wbutoa-Salen. N. C. .
uneasy sensations. This went on kick Copyrif un8", R. J. Reynold.Tobaoco C*
dain this pilot has painted the tipsof but the colonel is begiiyiing to

day, and was very unpleasant, too. his wings a bright red, so that the about my proiutf to them. I took him a, ,

Our 'phone in the trench was not Hun cannot mistake him when he ft j up there the other day to see the

much use because shells behind us aloft and on the warpath. I saw, I country and kept him going ahead r
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kept breaking our cable and WQ used "I lo several of batteries j, until he said "I won't go a step {further .
back the our move uo : Care Of the Hair. Society's Two Classes. The same kind of blind faith which
all our pigeons sending "
up to a nearer position, just behind us, which was worth untold wealthto )leads a man to tickle the hind heel
good news. l About week I haU"a Remember that hair always falls Society is composed of two great
under steady shell fue. They cameslowly me. i a ago of a mule Is that which lead him to
wounded and ghastly prison with horse into worse in the autumn, unless it has received classes-those who have more dinners
Many -they had to (you cannot pull terrific spill my an trust certain kinds of women.

ers passed us and we got news in that a heavy gun over shell holes fast))- old grans-hidden trench.: I was on the special treatment during the than appetite and those 'who have '

way. A Hun just captured bears a and as indifferently as if it was a bit trail of a fox, in the front of everyone, summer. If you have not already be- j i. more appetite than dinners.-Cham- YOUR OWN HOME TOWN. "

hideous face-sullen, angry, brutal of practice; big six-horse limbers when I found disaster. Horse was gun nightly massage, supplemented fort.

venomous, but so horribly scared, and guns, .and piles of ammunition, and lamed and self ditto. Not much harm with a little good tonic applied to the If you want to live. In tHe kind of town
roots twice a week, don't delay longer.Go Like the kind of a town :you'd like.
it is mixture. son We have killed four foxes and
a messy they formed in line, unlimberedguns Cone. You needn't slip clothe In
up I China's Greatest Famine. your a grip
was still alive when I haw and spoke and unloaded shells, and then, a duren hares. No dogs. Just gallop over the entire scalp, paying espe- And start on a long 1 lanK hike. ,
I You'll only find what left i
you behind
cial
with him, and I turned him over on after dawdling around,' (maddening to them down among trenches and some attention to the hair line, pinching I A great famine occurred in China For there'll; nothing that'* really n.wj
it together between the two hands If* a knock at yourself ", baa _
"his stretcher to his other side, at me), they coolly picked up their I wire. FRANK. in 1342, and it has been estimated that knock your town. you "

his request, but his number ups up, wounded, propped them up on the unloaded till the blood turns the scalp pink all 13,000,000 perished' therefrom. It Isn't your town-It'* youAuthorsglp .

I knew, when I saw him, and he died limbers and jogged back, leav- I over. Don't rub the roots of the hair; . .. Unknown. VOn "

before he reached the first dressing ing their dead horses slumbering be- ALBERT RILEY HAS this pulls out more. than' v it, causes to ---- \
grow. e i
station. Our spot was particularly interesting hind. In a few minutes these bat- ..

because just to our right ... .,
teries were howling at the Hun in ShoesBuy
front and on 'ahead a bit the Hun had salvos. GAINED 25 POUNDS Put a porous plaster on the chest

carefully prepared, a most elaborate and take a good cough syrup internallyif
Another that
amazing sight was of ,
'and fortified .trap. This was knownas : you would treat a severe case of
the two-horsed ambulances going your shoes from the largest mail order shoe bouse.
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the "quadrjlateral, and was a sore lungs properly. Get the dollar
right into the shelled area for the flies, Get them direct. Save middleman and retailer' profit.
square of trenches. Our advance was Bays Andes Has Increased size of BALLARD'S HOREHOUNDt
wounded, straight from the fighting Get style fit and quality. Get shipment. Get
held up here and the reserves were I Strength and Energy a Hundred SYRUP. With each bottle there is a prompt
line, and coming back very, very shoes that wear, at lowest prices and put difference in
badly enfiladed when they came up, free HERRICK'S RED PEPPER I
slowly, so as not to jolt the woundedtoo Per Cent. your pocket. In a year it will bb considerable.
and about 2:30: p m. we saw lines of I POROUS PLASTER for the chest. 1

our reserves streaming back} across much. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. ".......Valaes Tee Oppo:'..leaky htiduU/s Car..t.d ;

the open to a trench just ahead of us. These ambulances went back abouta Bales Increase Daily In This sale.pal.....Boesbtie aheaiarvnal ImaaM I This I. row -iortnlty\ w. ,bel, I, ____ ' ,
!.hey......-\.4.. _1"Y_ '
mile and unloaded into .. ) ,
motor .
Running, they were under a storm of ambulances City KNOCKING.Put bo MalUiai o.. ........Mid To.I at rack will .-B lor lh.wtMiif)family. wilt be ........ ......... 1
shrapnel, and dodging the huge columns which, in turn, travel slow .vae lad ..... barb.by........ .(,...dl.Jb.. M (bo Irw..t. ...w..a....
priea redw. ..
four miles hour to the main ..... ..gwk.r..II. ..... .. way r .Myo ab.r/
ly, an .
tb Tfrm it
of earth and smoke and blast. Nenr In the history of this city has the hammer In the locker: .weia ee ..idt..k ow beak irevs.riik Yea neb w
from view casualty clearing stations: great tent a medicine been so widely discussed se Hide I the sounding; .board likewise.Anyone .ran eeabla mm te tanL ghreaxtraatalv roarwll la lnT ti...... .. all .. .via|ySaedal -
At times they disappeared .adtM, ''The Muter Medicine ThatIt can be a knocker.Anyone .. low frit**. tbi. -- Uc -gal. .h... ..... w .1...
ed towns where the ambulance trains
in the smoke and fell and many can crttlclae..
many must be a preparation of unuawalmerit
crawled about on hands and knees, lie, and then the jaded candidate for !. proven. by th. anonnou. demand Cultivate a manner winning latreetoiefy Big Fall Catalog Sent Free i 1

This Blighty begins to feel sure that he is that continue at Cotter. Drug Though It hurt your ru'e0 emlleAnd a. Oiler "
and the rest the trench. Our
gained Store. In. recent .Interview. with the seems awkward In beginning bid, eetalofcontalninfhnndrede Y
dreadfulto elected. I can only give you frag- 1U a booster fur a whileI.t't Aieel ".....
lasted half an hour and was Andes man, Albert Rlley said: $ 09 J
Any minute we thought the ments of the sights, one at a time, but "I have gained i& pound on Andes, the blacksmith do the pnundlnv. sr. of illustratlosis, w.wtap.v.- it
see.
and I cleat think I ever felt. better In That's the way he drawn his ; y.You tr DOJVUEDC2S complete de.oripsissies I. 'J
did must imagine all of this going on at don't K't t a cent for hounding -I..
but this they
Huns might appear, my life than 1 do now. ** lions end rock bottom a.
Saint and sinner night and day ( *. r-:: : "
once in one great moving, busy, noisy, "I had .
not do. Then the stretcher bearers been suffering with stomach AWaaWs price. will be Coaaidarmble aide t
deadly trouble. for eight or nine yean. continued Just for Bolr1| Hatlnfactlon./ Ire. i..a.b.t.4.T .
and doctors went out there, panorama. rEt/ri. gladly sent
calmly I Mr. Riley "and for the plait l>roi> a kind word In the: slot tkia Nrluera ,
into that of awful destruc- Behind the fighting lines see four It And I 11 warrant you'll Kt action s_ upon request. Send propoauioa.You w.r. _"
slap zone you year has been very bad. I On your efTurt! on the Hpol.KlnrlmHH v a- for today.
tion, and went down to their work, long lines of men with picks and shovels -I had no appetite. at all and I wouldHlmoat 1i.rl your copy
lllntt hentn I UlrUhlK."
have to force down the lltlte every . ",
never looking up but always down. It making roads, filing in shell holes I did eat.. I could not digest anything" Mirth In better Umn .. frown. " Falcon Shoe Co., DepL tutu New Orleans ':,
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IMin't waste > our Unit- piekngFlows "
is worse to :watch these men than the for dear life, to allow the guns to ad- and my food did not seem to do me With lllothl-18 whore down

bayonet carriers! Later these reserves vance and keep on advancing. Shells any with goad.headaches I have and suffered constantly. I And It I Imi't HO lletivsslug'
wan eo nervous
edged up to the right close to (biff and whizz around and among could not fet a good nlnht's re.t. I Tn, If the you until give whom n little film t IIU"t| JIM \prtHHlriKluii 1

a famous wood and then daubed across : them, but the work goes on and the had lost In weight until It was alarming \\ I the I chirk ,iMinit-H hoiut to i fount
'' I simply felt miserable all the \ull..rHhll'I| PnknownRegulate need not be an expert to use McCALL PATTERNS
shells roads made two and five abreastof
the
again to another trench, and 'I' are time, and at lima would have to quit ,' i

and shrap followed them: : and the each other, a few hundred yards work for week. I had about trte* i
:
the bowels when they fail :;
everything else and kept retting wont
same thing happened again. Then I apart. Other mobs of men are repairing ..
until I began the Use of this Andes to move properly. HERBINE is an Two New
some French regiments came from the and re-digging trenches where medicine. ,,

wood and dashed across, too, and whenit I they may live a day or so in some "My cousin who persuaded me s to admirable bowel regulator. It helps MCCALLdesigns .
take Andes certainly did a good act the liver and stomach and restores a.fine '
was over and that stretch of open I safety until they are boomed into the for me.. I felt better and began pICSc- nad
feeling of strength buoyancy.
Ing up right along by the time I had for
ueed my second bottle. My appetite JHce 60c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.Wed I "
le fine and food tutee good.I 1
now my
= :;:L., can eat most anything I want and It late Fall j

agrees with me. I hasp not got a By Proxy 1.200 Miles Apart. r
airn of stomach trouble or tndl.lion. ..-- j Especialr desirablefor '.

.s Son, Buckeyes Was Good Citrus All th. nervousness and head- Private Byron J. Linhart, B com- j Between Seasons i;.
aohee have gone, and I sleep sound all ,
Second Missouri infantry, stationed
night lone. Ands baa not only In- pany, ,-', and Wiater

Trees Since Yoif Was a in Boy"For creued my weight 26 pounds, but It at Learedo, Tex., and Miss Ruby wear.._ EatSy J .ads .1{.
has Increased energy and vigor a hundred . Swartz, in her home town of But- :
I ] at home at lsederate -
per cent I can cheerfully rceommena .1
more than the third o< a century Buckey. It to any: sufferer. tram stomach ler, .Mo., were married according to : cOIL
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tree teimlve have been Improving- quality yearly EK trouble. 9 'he rights of the EpiAopal. : churc.i' ,
? x, experiments, almost dally Held In.pectlon. AndM. "The Premier Medicine" that I)
2 --Mirt ut our miles of '
ceaseless search for betterment In over 1,200 telegraph r.
e results
have le accomplishing .uoh Krefet
'produced the
y''' lock 'That has made"uray.OUr trees Ifen.rou.bearlncltru.ll" .IUld.rd tllroulh. Tam-tea ana.iclDit:7.: |and through proxies in the persons of TheMcCallBook
ex out rllrus.. Florida.. i
sale .
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Is now on in Kissimmee 'coo telegraph operators.

"1'' ,t p ly Time The la accumulated not for .ale.robust Nature health. progre.ees and trultfulnes1 1.I.ure. Corner DrugStore, the exclusi\ Preliminary to the wedding the officiating ofFashions "

or 36 years cannot b. Alladln'a-Iamped Into new-" agent clergymen in Laredo an.
? sprung .Iock. Bays a Buckeye. .
customer, Th.
several hundred trees ot Ihree.ye.r-old stock Butler entered into a telegraphic con '
that
fn..t I purchased from .you thre.' years ago are Lb. Women, the most interesting: vrl-limes versation to ascertain the official I f 4
tree. for
their age 1 ever saw. They are in life's library, whose indi' other in the church I
now carrying a box 01' more to the tr...." standing of each h J.
ometimes become l-ut
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monotonous
OllleU-jt.-own You would Buckeye naturally. trees e"pect, but to you pay may more be as-for I .whose contents never. .-< and their authority to perform the I i, Price only 20c.t r

lonl.hNl al how small the dlll'"e' .. I.-how ut. Most girls believe that they will ceremony. y ...u 39 .
t.rly In.lgnlll.ant wh.n compared with Ille I never succeed in lor unless they .e.6)i
stronger. b.tter..s..eloped tr.e. that Buckeye. -
Invar/ably/ producesy stock create the impression that several
A. men are in love with them. La...*.A Mild. Effect)**Laxsth* a UMT TssssMM with rmaua coc- ?
a pre.ent or P'_P'tlye gross' owner you Not Alps MT. Bstirt the/ Stwascfc.addition row for your choice
houio know the whole story of Buckeye trees Anyhow it is real generous of the of MICA ..L.
-'e Send for our free catalog 1 today. (lint )your lady of the land to atfroe 1. to other properties,Lax-Foe % PATTERN any Cla""

to share her popularity and prestige ceataJDII Cascara to acceptable form, a ,
hundred of helpful.aatreation. ;

Buckeye....._ Nurseries with a forlorn old bachelor. Itfainiletins;Laxative and Tonic. Lax-Foe ......... U'.'''1.. P..ta... . 'for. the1 ;. i
JJ" c. sash ..lids.a. T.sy Florl/.. Matrimony Iu.a been described a"",i act .effectively and doe not gripe'BO 1..0.1, Wei, r I"att.-rn No ... lfvw De4.t. Un hom.idr.pmaltot. fKISSIBUIEE ,. ,
M, 1';, GILLETT. \ D. C. QILAJETT the high sea for which no compass has disturb sfcxMch. At the Mm time.it aid 741. and o kirt N".ft.. MeCc.ll Pattern ,No. 7111. ,, f a
, loar..., Kxcluslrely Citrus Nurseries la the the liver and secreOooeft ,1" ,; '" 'I '
World yet been mVeDtee!, still the world is stioo.aiooies ''IJ
'a. , foil .of adventurous' navtcstor*. .fe* UM healthy fwicfjoo: lOco A. GILBERT, ,- 45 MAIN STRE$1:',,, .:,, FLA., ,

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:, ---New Public. School' Arouses Cntheusiasm 1 ft I Trap and Field Hf catarrhU the T.t:raublwd conditions. ( ..Ml.tale.that, std tonla.'.:StNnl'th'nan on a conquer I.l'eClulNd apeclally the cold.: to valuable A?.cold,..:,?.In.la_'

., T LE'ITERS'FROM NOTARYPUBLIC ;: ""ilncere! thanks from all'the children's. ,acuta 4jUtlp catarrh baeonia.It.,..may( .become HTWIT.chronic... ; stomach Chronic and ratarrh the Into fta.*** ,
3' :" MEXELEY. parents. UIIA& tract aa wall a* Wi noa or thxiust. It maana ...._t.Io")- f

; For the plans of the new .school PERUNA IS INVIGORATION s :
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Fla credit 1 Is due William Bradford, the ' away the want matter dlapela I the Inflammation, jin j
through personal] experience and those .nar-: flv. it baa bam uaad
architect I up, the ayaUm. Kor ymra
u r ) J. Q. Brickley county superintendent efficient from Arcadia. INSTRUCTIONS FOR NOVICES IN corresponding' factors and effect. I catanrh lit thouaandi of grateful uTeri( r*. who wHMnjrlT' .
of public instruction of PeSpto For the construction of this fine cause toll the world-cf rtlalr rallef. Penn. IonIC hintory of halpfal-
\ TRAPSHOOTING U
that It'
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'I TRAPSUOOTER. ai nea* U the 'beat .q';
n" 1. county; William Bradfrod, architect house we should thank B. S. Johnson -...-- what you should take.
'I' fur DeSoto county and S. B. McClel- capable] contractor from Venus, together (This Is the second of ia series of. '' vpnlenee.Liquid; or tablet form for your. eon
I HOW: TO DRESS DECOY DUCKS. r ___........._ Manalln I the Ideal laxatlr and '
".. land, chairman of the board of public with his splendid corps of three articles.) / pruxsrrae.ntnnn.rts liver tonic. *In tablet form It la dellclou r.' r .
1I r ] instruction of DeSoto Bounty, helpers, especially Willis Karrenger, I I A very important thought in connection I "After wild ducks get to pitching /s D emron43azr.a: : : to take, mild and ."..1.1..1 with 'f- '
efTerta, II not
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jinto decoys, they soon find the differ'ence out unpleaaant
j + came to inspect the new school! building \\' is a first-class.carpenter. His with giving a beginner his' r.'I.- form a habit. Liquid {tic .and H.OUjUblota
which will be completed in u few! ,other hclpe/s I tvere H/ G. Cassels, I first lesson in trapshooting is placing between the live birds and the :.:.......\;.Mnwtow.w.r:i a.';;, ,._; ......_ loc and Z6c.
I artificial birds," said veteran duck THE PERUNA CO.. Coluiabua.0.
at Fort Frank Criswell' and Jam 2s Morton all a
; du 's. They spent two days in his! hands a gun which, as near as i ,
I shooter and iireon shot."Don't -
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Hassenjrer and Pearce Town nnd stopped from Venus. conditions will permit, fits him. -- .
) with :Jlr, and Mrs. Sid Pearce and I J Perfect brick-laying; work was done If he brings his. own I ) you know fellows," he went -- - '
gun assuming the feathers that Story of a Comet.' **
Mrs. H. Weszt'IinovitR. The Indies by T. J. Jones, from Adrian. I that his gunning : ('n to say, "this thought struck inn'I long on you can- I a *
experience ends
i I day last I in duck these I snuggle anl( help to cover t the '
A.i one as sat
treated them all vary hospitably.] The plastering wa well done by with the field] it, in all probability, year my The following whimsical account ;t I
l boat waiting for shot buck and fit together with the other I .
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,K These gentlemen hope und expect toreturn Nnylor, from Fort Ogden. Our school will be found owing to stock a a passing the nature of a splendid comet "
measurements I '"
,fi:< again in about a week or ten I"a. well painted J tvhite nn
days, at which time the building will grcne by G. W. Cooper, from" Venus hreuker. look more like the real thing by one on each side of your decoy -I mil, : "It t is u parcel' of old staro who, I

I lit., ,' received by them and a rHebratlon ( Our school building is "beautiful' ], and Then in all fairness' to the novice ';,attaching the wings of live birds to having extreme tips of wings just |l cing no longer lit for I service, have '.

of the opening; of the ,building will he (the writer of these, lines is indeed I a trap gun should be borrowed, hut,, the backs of the decoys. ? As no one moet at tail, a\d. take] it from teen. discharged' on half pay and to
.. under the direction of the proud; of it and ready to show wools( the wing, some good 1 ujs'lould me, you have something that ]looks. together
carried out everyjbody inJlh'ad'of a "hit-or-miss". selection] save* expense, ]have agreed to mess -
u touchre, Prof. J. I.. Groom. I what has been "cclNnI'Ji shied herewith the hooters should be carefully look- be mad' of 1 them. natural. '."

: While here, :Mr. lih'kley expressed ,, the assistance of NrN: anil, :Mrs. 'led over until one is found as near the ', "Hunters the world over will put "Your wings have two j joints. the

himself as glad' to see how well Prof. Sid Pearce, ;Mr., Bickley, and the build of our friend as. may be, and his'' nut u string of stools--differently tip and the second joint. Fasten to
with the children. i school board of-HeSoto I I foci; the next man. Most of tllt'l1 ''he decoy by small galvani/ed wire
;c Groom is progressing | (county. ( gun secured for the occasion. Thus I
|;I ( (the ones who know) get varying staples, which, driven in close, bury
percentage
Mr. Hickley] :\ well satisfied; in I I Today we were very pleasantly sur- equipped, the beginner has a fair I MUSTANG
every way with the work in the school. prksed! in receiving a visit from ;Mr.Bickley I start, and, watched: carefully against in efficiency. It i N n topic) ; in the feathers. and ant invisible

;" Mrs. -Weozelinovitz also pressed ] :Mr. Bradford and ;Mr. :Mc- bad position and habits, will quickly thii requires a lot of study! Various "Save your wings and 1 fit out your

herself as a satisfied patron, saying ("lellrtnd] (chairman of the board of I. settle into the proper swing, which ,, -rhem' and contrivances have been decoys as you can,-every one that For Sprains, Lameness

.t that she and all other parents and public instruction of DeSoto county!. will carry with it ,a confidence that I'i tiled. and discarded. you acid, to your /flock will help I and Sores Cuts Rheumatism'

", patron of the school are glad: to see These gentlemen were the guests of must, eventually spell mastery. "The one that made use of a pulley you will be much pleased with your Penetrates and Heal
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:', that their children not only love, bull;. ;Airs. Sid Pearce, who<< entertained' If a new .hhooter enters your ranks; at the heavy duck anchor, with a line added efficiency. With care they will Stops Pain At Once

also respect their teacheriind they them so hospitably] 8k 'to Insure their j don't let him fight/ it out alone. If he running through the duck through last a season' but new onos are always -
r For Man and Beast
.d are more than satisfied with their return at some future time. I lifts hiAln as if it weighed/ a ton, /pulley to boat, enabling the gunner by available by saving the wings!
19. progress I While Here !they also inspected the and bends back at the angle of 45 ile- ,hurt pulls to make the decoy dive from all birds hhot. 25c.50e.$1. At All Dealer..

tF The new school building is modern school, which is under the. management I grese, it ,is your cue, as n sportsman! : i and! move about, did fairly weTV! but
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i and up-to-date in every respect: The 1 of Prof. J. I. Groom (formerlyof lit had the drawback of unriaturalness.i .
+-- I to step forward and ask if you may Stop couorhingyou! rack the lungs LINIMENT
school at present is held in the old Kentucky anti lately of Wauchula.'Mr. presume to offer him a little] advice I i "Again the judgment/ ( invariably) and worry the body. MALLARD'S .
'i church with average attendance himself |of the man pulling the cord was had.
building, an Bickley1 expressed as based on your own experience, and HORKIIOUND( ; SYRUP checks.
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{ last month of fraction less in with the i lie would pull and agitate his decoy
pleased
a every way progress nine times out of will find irrita-I
ten :you tion, heals the lungs and The Quinine nit Does Not Affect The HssfDecauee
than eighteen pupils. of the school While here he I you' have made a friend for life, for lafter be knew the wild birds had their comfortable breathing./ Price 25c, 50c of Ira Ionic and laxatlTe effect. LAXA-
There will be many a glad soul gave a short talk] to the school, which ich are the refinements of the 'attention! on the decoys. That's the I TIVK BROMO QUININE!i. better than ordinary.
sport. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Osce- Quinine and does not cauae nervouanea nor
: when the scholars can be taught inv encouraged the pupils oS well as the I Balanced well on both feet, bodyinclined I It time i to sit tight and '1uil't--stop ('alli ola rinsing in Scud Remember the full name and
Pharmacy. .
>M.vvrtn
I look for the signature' of K. W. OKOVH.
the new, beautiful and sanitary home ,,| teacher in their work. Parents and slightly forward of the perpendicular ii'ntrEverything i you can do has [been ,

the county board has provided for patrons of the school expressed their with butt-plate of the gun (June and a call too many or a pull at -

f them. | thanks. to Prof. Groom for his /good [i well inside of the shoulder joint your the ,decoy] may and has )lots'of times ,

,' In our account we must not forgot ''work and for the progress our children i new friend is headed in the right
W the one to whom the credit, for having: have made at school. I( and you will soon see him I surely coming' in.

planed a school within our reach is I The school visitors present,, were I breaking) targets with creditable consist i "1 hen the modulation in the call

d due. The one who has succeeded for |IJ 0, Bickley, school] superintendent; ney. Me has yet much to ]learn, : nu-ans a lot. ;Many men call too loud

Ayl the most part in arousing the community ] :Mrs. B. Weszelinovitz, M. I.anier and l.. and volumes which cannot be taught! and many men will cull just as loud

w, '* enthusiasm and vigorous interest :Mr. Waldron.Mr. . but must be automatically, absorbed; .' to clucks :200 yards away as. they
in the welfare of the future I : Johnson, the school contractor, -' -4'<.' would if they were 1,000. Also] they I

generation now being brought up in and his crew are staying/ lit :Mrs. \Ves'tlinovits' hospitality of the people, who welcome take no notice whether the wind i i.I i-
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I l the homes and the school here place, while building], / the I their every visit. (mine, medium, or heavy. The same

is Mrs. B. Weszelinovitz, who moved school-now two months. :Mrs._ John- Since we have been so kindly helped, 'all has to do. This certainly] reduces

a, ,' Mere from' the North and settled in son (the contractor's wife) and three j I 'by several] patrons of the schoolvt, I the percentage of efficiency.
.p this community, bringing with her .: (children and :Mrs. II. G., Cassell with
..". think we have line chances for progressing i j "Again your <)l'COmay bo set that
\ 4' the progressive ideas and views. of living :I her three children, came here when further, for their! interest | ducks coming in will light "ithcr out- r

r.. l1', ) and development. To her is duet i the contractors started to build theI | has been aroused and is being manifested I ide of the decoys or away at and beyond -

I the appreciation of this people for I school and the ]ladies. with their children in many ways. Among the fpre- the head stools. The good, safe

't'... : having moved the community to better stayed here four days. One ((lay 'most of these patrons are those who I rule, is. to get your decoys. distinctly .

., 4! things and advancement in cdu I they all made a trip to Okeechobee .worked for the new school house. to leeward of you and place] your head .-_: -"---- a covey r
.. cational lines. I in their autos. The day before they They have been successful] in showing I ones .so they will face abreast of you i --l fjwjia with a wrrrat '
:, ,'; Every one is pleased with the location departed for their homes Mrs. Weszel-
those' in authority that we'needed on your right hand. Ducks coming into / your fcet-

.), ' general arrangement and con- inovits gave them a musical evening. such a structure. ( decoys so set will come closer, andif or the trap boy spring. an unex-,
,\ struction of the school building, and i Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. While here Mr, Brickley, Mr. Mc- they sweep through over the decoys \ pected angle-thoaa are the timei when
; C it is to be hoped that much good may.i B. Johnson and family Mr. and Mrs. Clellapd and Mr. Bradford were will give you a much larger, free -Arro..." and JMitro Club" etcel lined ahclla .1._,
't come from it. i j H. G. Cause! and family, Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mr a. Sid Pearce,. and natural swing of hte gun. Again, bat why they .... called tb. ".*>//W 5* *.."

) A personaltalk with 'the teacher of i(Walter] Pearce and family, John who made them feel at home and wel if they desire to light, they will almost The. eel. .'... .tau. tle.01. ddfse..a .It ref.tt. '
,i I' the 'school hat thoroughly 'convinced Pearce, W. Barrenger F. Crlswell/J; come They have made known their invariably do so in the clear C' doe y.wdsa.dk.rp..ahd.h"-eA.d.uwr.tar.ri..f.IuII,ie tl.uhf enplo..o weld."ry''t: beht.
v me that we hays the right in thetight'place I I Ij Morton J. Jones Miss 'Robinson and TB.li._ t._ lOUr} Arrow" u"Nita. '', I
man intentions to return within two weeks, water immediately at the head of 0..." _...1....std ia J/A j.w.e ilxll..... .U .tea.*. ,. I
j Miss AlbrItton 'and others. First the ins order that they may receive the your 'decoy flock. They will then be bra ...."New CU. dull*. r. ...

1 1'I 'y'f*J + P. H.; MENELEY.. young folks danced by piano music. new school building, and see and learn exactly in front of you, not off at an I It Sold by your b.onne mercKantB>dealer In and florldaf. 1.14701..1.. .....'

I ----. Later Mr. Johnson played the violin. more about this place and people, in angle. + ,i 'CI.n ..".,1"..r .. ./,* REM OIL >>. e.wlia._ .,.
i Fort Bassenger, Fla., Nov. 4. Later some of them and the elder whom they are interested.We "The method and work lof altach- I' "0. P...d...s./...", L.ire.ea mnJ R.,( 1'.._...;..

I : On the farm of Willie Williams, on guests joined in an enjoyable qua shall always] remember them big wingtu wood, or cook decoys is THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION: METALLIC

I the DeSoto county side of the beau- drille. The next day the ladies, ;Mrs. and their favorable comments: aboutu (l\ery easy Preparing the duck for ', L......' Manu/.ctrtrt CARTRIDGE of J-tr..rm CO. ..J/I miwimtriwMWoolworth '
': t be nicely treated and feel] Johnson and Mrs. Cassel with their u u.. ,,"'.,/.1
made to at
and l we appreciate everything they i 1.,101", vou pick up the f tiist j joint on o BuilJiaf N... Ye.4. .
home, it is needless to go further than children, returned to their homes, at have done for us. the wing, liemg careful to (leave all :, /L.- _, __ v
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:Mr. Penroe's hospitable!' home. Venus.
t I }Deputy Sheriff C. L. Pearce is givIng !' Mrs. Johnson with her dear mother : -- -----:;:

'.r all sorts of evidence that in the ;Mrs. Robinson returned Oct.

1 r tiful banks of the Kissimmee river, to \'isitll's; Weswlinovits's; place, 23//

residents of this community enjoyedone Pearce Town. I During their stay I

of the most. ideal fish frys held visited Mrs. Sid Pearce, ;\II'SVIlIt:.>r

j in this'section' within years. Some of Pearce, Mrs. Dock Pearce und, :Mrs.

the leading families. hereabouts at- Frank Pearce, all at Fort Bassenger, I IJI'
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tended. Among the participants were and Pearce Town, and Mrs. Waldron] $795 $795
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Willie Williams and family, Billie in Okeechobee.

t( I Williams (the man who deals in andy 1 The school building: crew, togetherkith
Modal 85-41. b.Toledo
I with the finny tribe) and family. W. Mrs. Johnson and ;Mrs. Robinson, Mod.1 85-4 f. o. b.Toledo I o. ,

a .l J. Pearce and family, County Commissioner -, will leave on Nov. 4. They have finished I

'y t W. F. Walker and family, their work and will go back to r

., Deputy Sheriff C. 1... Pearce, ad!, a I Venus. -
Y number of promising young men and i We spoke of the prosperity of our

;, women. Besides these, there were, section. To prove this, we call atten-

,, many children of vigor and, bright/ and tion to the large number of cattle being -

smiling faces. W, J. Pearce officiated sold and -hipped by our cattlemen :
as chief cook. Texas as
I Ito n company. j
,' Willie Williams has just completed 1 Very I'pc'ntlyV.. S. Pearce sold "

.1 ,. one of the finest residences. in this some ()( head, realizing a satisfactory -
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part of Florida. If any one wants to sum for them. ,

,{t I near future he i is going to tie up for Still more recently] Frank, )Dock and

tt5 better or for worse. I' Walter Pearce shipped some thirteen
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fif; III P. II. MENELEY. head to the same Texas company.

With all this money coming/ in to our
.f.1 FROM SECOND CORRESPONDENT:. :.
people, who would 'that we are
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!! Fort Basnen er-Pcurce Town Luxurious !
not prosperous ? Bigness
I Oct. 30, 191fi. .
1 This is a time of prosperity and rejoicing FROM: THIRD CORRESPONDENT.) :. I

i .r';.?.it for the people of our little Foit Bassenger, Fla., Nov. 2. + (A big roomy car is luxurious-no two ways The seats are comfortable and roomy andthere's
; settlement. After
nearly three The school
years at this place is progressing -
plenty of leg room front and back.
: it.
b g{ of patient waiting and persistent effort / and the people are glad to se? about _ _
I Ii, on the part of several good citizens the erection of the new school build- I .' "1 f But inches in automobile cost bunAnd: your further luxurious comfort is assured
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.ei {; of our community, we are reaping ing, which is almost completed. We by cantilever springs, big four-inch tires k
rule.
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:;;;ct'I "', :" a ffeiveroua reward on the way of received a visit. from our county superintendent I dreds of dollars-as a and balanced weight-. the gasoline tank

1'1 A ,conveniences for the welfare of the .r. O. Brickley on Tuesday I It took an investment of millions in facilities'for 3s at the rear. -
people. of this week, and B. F. McClel- increased
''k Among the first of these should be land, the chairman of the DeSoto tremendously productionBeautifully 'hedl-every I convenience!! ,.

mentioned the new school building of ( county board of public instruction, I ,"0 effect the economies necessary to produce Price $79511!

which we are indeed proud. For this. and.also William Bradford, an archi- ," luxurious size at this price.The .
Model 85-6 sfce cylinder, 35-40 horsepower
.l1ne modern structure credit and tect from Arcadia, who made the .
'. p!' ;' 'thapki'are due to J, O. Brickley. the plans for the new school house. These ,..,.I. whcclbase! is 112 inches 116-inch wheelbase-$925.
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I* county school superintendent .of DeSoto gntlemr> were surprised and delighted '
t# county. W. deeply appreciate with the progress ef.our commun- e 8-12 POSSIEL AVE. J. J. GRIFFIN{ KISSIMMEE

:;all,that Mr. .BrfckJf7'h.! done and is ity in development along educational f Telepkone 164. Dealer .for FLA.

doi* .for* ua. . .-. ,

i .Mr.:;.n4',Mwi. Std Pearce donated! lines.W. feel honored by their viiit and Th WUlr- OnrUnd......... .p.ny.?,Toledo, Ohio i{>o"t,

twoj acre* ,,-of. their beat and..highest their remarks concerning conditions ,e "
lan to the. scheol. board,. being:> ;ht l in this place. They have promised to : ..-: ,,. ,. .r I .f 11:.

'jnlctUe of. t*. hereUvfn \*ettlenientrforjwhicb return at an early date, to receive J

,),!tbe,., ,donator luaus *ew.c:,:des fi!fVe+ .most,,. ., ,the. ..new school biIldiag.ndegjoytill t ,. y A

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10. 1916 THE KISSIMMEE !' VALLEY; GAZETTE FAE9'

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W. Johnson. Complainant, Ya. 'I Defendant. Assumpslt damages. "0.
NEWS B MIXTURE KILLS CUTWORMS Park. R. L. Warthan, Mrs Notice of suit. To 1. T. Brooks and I
FROMJMPANY Plckren and t. Plckren.' her i > all whom It may concern: Notice
U ,B. 1'oo.er; I... Plckr..n (also ) Is hereby given that on the Hist DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR
.. Xl>. Graham) ; Calvin dy of October, A. D.' 1 18. i. McPhatte1' .
(Continued from 1age One.) Cut worms are likely to give trouble and John F. Headley. .. did Institute a suit In assumpilt
on sod land. The moth. prefer tolay co-partners doliiK business. In the above courtssi>lp>t .J. T. MONEY
t short ,time to writ in.. Send. all the firm name. of .. ) Brooks, claiming damages In the
I RM4j11ci" eggs on grass, and for this ressonfhe Headley, and Individuals: and amount of 39th, and In the said suit I
mail to Laredobefore, until I find Ham Uoswell. and all persons did procure the Issuance of a writ of By selling' to peddlers. You
ut where I tojrvae resulting; from those egg are Ing- Interests under J. O. : attachment. 'Which said writ has been
'1' > : am going. land that ceased; or otherwise: ,.. levied upon Lot II of the Florida LandA can get much better price..by
always more numerous on .
GROVE Your loving son, IRA. Hill to quiet title. Order of Improv.m..nt.Conlp.ny'. Addition to
.. Tiat been occupied by grass. The tion. To all whom It may Klsslmmee City:' said lands- being In shipping direct to us. -
appearing by affidavit appended Osceola. County. Florida The said J.
GARDEN & FIELD worms do most of their feeding at Bill filed In the above stated <, au. T. Brooks beingshown by affidavit to '
'\ IN CAMP Company' B, Second right The gardener "usually the the Defendants (Respondents) be a non-resident of the State of Florida 'We Boy Metal, Rubber,
tee Park and I..
-. H. Warthan. are and to be a resident of Knoivllle,
QUESTIONS ANSWHUD IMMEDIATELY Florida Infantry, Laredo, Texas results of their work In the morning dents of the State of Florida, the Tennessee, he Is hereby required to Rag Sack Bone Etc.
aT HAIL Oct. 29 1916. dence of each of said ... appear In this cause on the. 4th day of ,
Mtt N.M.6.PRA.OIl.. Dei't 1'10.. ; when: he finds his plants cut off near Ina Riven Jl.I: I. M J>ark. December A. D. HI 6. there to abide Etc. and
WILSON aV TOOMBR FERTUIIBR COMMOT Dear Friend Pete th groond. Oeorarla: ; R. I Warthan. such" orders In said cause as may be Pay HighettPricejyand
.. i ; Georgia and It .
; also appearing I Issued Witness the hand and seat of
KsonviLLB.. FLA. Just received your letter. Certainly According to J. R. Watson ettlnmol- affidavit that the age of the the Justice of the Peace of said court Give

glad to hear from you for we are' cgist to the University of Florid. Kxtenron spondents It IS therefore.Is over Ordered the age! that of said 21 :::; at If 1ln'.rlr'il.:: .day' .of County October Floridaon : A L) ,

ATE OF: LEAP SPRAY. quite lonely here. resident Respondents. .. 1915. (SEAL) PROMPT RETURNS
the f
/ Station best methol
<> named be, and they are hereby S H. BUJ.LOCK. as Justice of eaci .
ow strong should arsenate of We don't have anything eat to eliminating cut worms is to poison ed to appear to the Dill of .':; t of the First District. Osceola County -
filed In said cause on or before Florida. 4141ADMINISTRATOR'S pRIOI! LIST MAILED ON APPLICATION
,Jead paste be-mixed for garden us. ?" speak of. Worse than You them. The Kansas mixture has proVo day of December. A. D. Ute'; .

: Answer: If worms are newly Vnow how it was there. in effective. Directions for makingthis taken wise the a.*allegations confessed of by said said Bill... NOTICH .TO BELl THE PENINSULAR METAL CO.

hatched particularly the roller worm You write of the weather. Yesl! it bait are as follows: Mix dry 1 ent. It Is further .ordered. that this REAL K9TATH.In .

is hotter here than I ever saw it in be published. once a week. for Crart ..f Cesjaly ....... Bta. .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
....
of conecutlve
on beans. two pounds of arsenate of ]Pound paris green with 20 poundsor weeks In the Fiends, ()eee.Is t'euty.IC .

lead paste to fifty gallons of water; Kissimmee but with cool nights. bran or cottonseed meal.. Add 2 In Valley said Gatette County, a of newspaper Osceota. .-rBstateVUIIsss..... Week.rl.yNotice

or, if larger three pounds to fifty gallons Pete from the looks of things here quarts of cheap syrup to 2% gallonsof said Florida and of ener.l. Is hereby given' to all whom

we are against it. We will sure : }l'rk'n..t.III'.t'.1; : :.1n' It may concern, that A. E.) Drought; a*
will do the work; but when up water. Grate into .this three or James %V. Administrator of the Estate of Wllllair
be fighting before next Saturday. and my aa Clerk thereof, "' Weckerley, deceased will, the ALAN J. MacDONOUGH
: on 24th
e.a'r"o
spraying for the big tomato worm it four whole lemons or six or eight official the said Circuit day of November A. D. >ff ,
apply tr
is 'better to .us* five pounds arsenate There is great excitement just now. whole oranges. Moisten the bran and this 1316. the 1st J'day. 1_of November* the lion. T. M. Murphy, County Jud-, Registered Architect
In and for said at his InKissimmee
of lead paste to fifty gallons because Mexicans going in. every direction. ; paris green mixture with- this liquid. (Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit In County said County, office at 1C AND

they eat so much plant to get their Company K was fired on last ;night at The mash should not be sloppy but Johnston plainants. 'Oarrett. solicitors for the o'clock matter a. m.can, or be as heard icon, for thereafter. authority a. ENGINEER

death dose when the spray is weaker the ford of the Rio Grande. It didn't just moist. enough to fall in flakes IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH to sell, at public or private sale, th BRONSON BLDG. KI331MMKK. FLA.
.
following rescrlbed real estate, la said
that the damage to the crop is more amount to anything.We when it is scattered over the ground. clal Circuit of Florida In and f County. to-wit:

are confined to the company I The bait should broadcasted County W. Johnson of Osceola. In : :i: Lots to twenty) and 11 (twentyone ..
than the extra expense of the spray.If over I complainant vs 1 ) Block IT (Seventeen), In the town '
44e$** $ t $ $ -"S40 :
street under arms for two days. the Park: R. 1. Warthan: Mra. A. V. of Rt Cloud.
using bordeaux the affected area about sundown so i .
you are arsenate ren and L. Plckren.. her husband ;
of lead can be put in with it. Monday, at noon, 30th' we will leaveon that it will not dry before the worms Pooaer: Lt Plckren (also known upon Which the petition application for such will sale be now based on M. TILLER ::

outpost duty-the First battalion... come out. If the days are hot and D.E. Graham Headley.) ;a.Calvin former Huckela- and nle Dated In .said 20th Court.Oct. A. n 1915.

LEACHING. It is said we will be out six weeks, dry the bait should be renewed every Buck'Is Ina business A Headley.under and the a.firm .. ; 45-6t A. E rmoiKJHT. Real Estate Aaency.i...:

but I don't think we will be out that but if and William Boswell.; and.'Mir' Administrator. .
"I read a good deal about ]oss from afternoon, they are cloudy the claiming Interests under J. 11 eeaeeeeeaasaoeeeee. ,

leaching', and it is not quite clear to long. It is thought we will have a bait will last several days unless it deceased, or otherwise: ... AIIM l. ISTE ATOR'Pt UT"'IO TO .SELl Realty bought and lokL '( .'i
Bill to title Order StEAL KSTATK.!
quiet of
me. Please explain just what it is." chance to "try our luck" before we re- is washed by rains. tion. To all whom, It may ,' !. ('o.rt ef the Cosjaty Judge. St.). oi i Houses rented. '

turn.I If appearing' by affidavit I appended Florida, Osrrvla < o>...J.
cutworms fresh
Answer: "Loss from.leaching" in are suspected on ItillfiPel In the above stated Ca,,R !. re Kutste ef Laura I). Berber, Deceased. Taxes paid and Title yenned
agriculture means that plant food tell you Pete, if l'eshould go into ly plowed II ld ."it would be well to the Respondents' : William 4'
battle I believe will be Mrs. A v. Pfckren and U. ::: Notice Is hereby given: to all whom non-resident
Kissy always
wastes from being taken out of the poison them before the plants are set. husband. 1.. B Pooser; I... PlCkreri It m*'. concern, that OeorRe .T. Barb '
proud of the boys she sent to the Cabbage collards radishes known as 1. T>. Orannm and n* I.". culOl' of the .state of I......... J 1) Fire Life and Accident In I.for I.
or dippedin
soil by drainage water before the
Headh' all have r llHilxr. I Deceased will on the IBIh dn>
plants can use it. Since all plant front, for we have got to the point a strong solution of some arsenic the cnniplalna.; nt or to the"c"onp of N...\ < mber A. I). J 1016 apulv, to thlliT.or.vl < surance.
solicitor, and It also .. le T M lj l
vhere don't Death would bea : ) Murphy. y Juuiri Indemnity Bond.
food must be dissolved before the we care. compound will attract and kill the said Hfflda\lt that the said .. In and for said County .Rf.n!& ofTlcit I If
great relief. before Just above named are all over I KtMimmoe In said. County at 1.:) rctoil*
have
take it loss is bound to worms they a chance to I+---45.
roots can up, of 21 years; It Is therefore a. moo or us soon thereafter us tin
if heavy rains come, but such Hut the boys are holding out wellto eat the young plants. that the Bald respondents her.. tniltei can be heard for au.iirr.iy. ( t.)
occur have named and whose addresses sill. at putillcv or private sal.lb.I ., followlnr -
loss can be kept to a minimum by received no encouragementfrom If .the plot of land is not large known, lie and they are described real estate. 111 said '

Kisn.v. Pete it seems that we enough to justify the foregoing qulrid IN, appear to the o'f : counitowlt: THE flORIOAHETALPRODlKTSOa
using properly proportioned mixturesof re- plaint In Bald cttiBe on ; Lots 5 ( five) and 6 (six) In thud .
are forgotten back there; but we are"contented" commendations the insects be the. Rule Dav In January A. I). 41 I ( rort--rur) of the town of sOt
materials having different degreesof may : '
.
the name 1.. InK Ih. first day of said ('i.ud.: KlorMii,,' accordln to the j>Ht of, MANUFACTURE
availability. just same.I collected by hand. They will usuallybe otherwlxe the allegation of saul town filed In the office of the :

am sure. glad you got out Pete, found in !the top inch or two of will lie taken as confessed by: l Clerk of the Circuit Court at .."I") tJETALCEILiHGS
nonde"1s It Is further ordered County by the Seminole Land A Invenfment
FERTILIZER IN DRILL."I for we are here for no telling how soil near the freshly cut plant. this older be published once a Company : \
for light (HI ronsecutUe wciks \\ hlch application. will be based up .t I
long, though we may return very soon; Klsslimnee Valley laKette. a " the petition for such sale now on lilt
want a fertilizer that I can put but it is generally thought we will Irregular bowel movements lead to per published In .Aid County of I In said CourtLuted .
in the drill at the same time I plant ola Htnte of Morltln.. and of ,n Oct. 20th A. 1>. 1910OKOHOK .
crash over the Rio Grande before we chronic constipation and a constipatedhabit circulation I In said County. J. BARBER. ANDOTMEH
my Irish potatoes. Will straight the Honorable James W. '.. 45-nt Executor :
fills the
return. system with impurities. ,
Indir*' '.f said (Court and mv
chemicals be any less burning than There are 300 Mexican cavalrymenjust HERBINE is the great bowel regulat- Clerk thereof .and the. official' 8RVRNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O..
cotton-seed meal and tankage? The the said' Circuit Court this the FLORIDA. CIRCUIT (SUET OF
across the river from us, but or. It purifies the system, vitalizesthe of Not,ember. A. D. 11111. OSCKOI.A COIJNTTIN UILDINGMATERIA
land is heavy and moist." (Ct Ct. Seal!) J_ I,. CHANCIER eJ
Company B can take care of them blood and puts the digestive organs Clerk of Circuit

Answer: You cannot expect any alone. in fine vigorous condition. Price Johnston A Clarrett;: Solicitors' ; Myrtle B. LI..._". WBITt TODAY AMD SPECIAL

'!;- fertilizer to be inactive that Complainant. C..I.' ..'. TOR CATALOGUES QUOTATION*
good so
We have been doing some fancy 60c.<<: Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.II vs.heirs :JACKSONVILLE:- . . .FLA.
you can put it right into the drill IN CIRCUIT COURT OF' TUB .f T..... W. Falsaer. .
hiking-'mostly since we arrived here. enth Judicial Circuit of Florida. i deceased. R............
with your seed at the same time of Yes, yes yes! For sake sendus I-I I I I S I I I I I I I I II II I I I I III for Osc 'ola County. In ..
%V. Johnson complainant DILL TO mJIKT TIT1.K.
the seed and vs
planting not get a moreor some oranges! I don't know what Park: H. Warthan; Mrs. A. V.
less serious burning.The LegalAdvcrisemenls f ren and K Plckren.. her husband: To all parties InterestIn
the express would be, but we can pay Pooser; l... Plckren. also known the following; rt..tn "
cotton-seed meal and tankage D. Oraham) ; Calvin Buckela. and under Tho. \V. 01
for box You
one .. anyway. can see K. former .. otherwise., to-wit palm..r\d..d. <
this "Headley. a. : M
would not be any worse about what it would cost. If it comes too f fFINANI. Ins business under the firm and fractional Sec
the and Buckets A Headley. Id. Tp. 26 8. of 10 E. In Osceola
in moist land than chemicals T-tl- and as : R. Market
high, you can leave it oIL ( . and William Boswell : and all County. Florida. City 1
are certainly more suitable to soil Well Pete I know think I will .4 1, 8TATKMKNT IF UPPER clalmlnar Interest under J. B You and each of you are required to
describe. The fertilizer you 5?. JOH.>" DRAINAGE 1>)>I8TMlt,.. deceased: ; or otherwise. 'H ;' ; appear to the bill of complaint filed
such as you never finish this letter. So I will September 3*. 1CLt. Qgl.be. S 6, ..... Bill to Quiet Title.. Order of r.oks'I herein on Monday. Deo. 18th. 1D1S.
should be put in the drill thoroughly tin To all whom It may (' ".. This order. to be published. for 11consecutive
close. Write soon. I am glad to hear 115Sept. appearing from the sworn Bill of weeks. In' the ICissimmeeValley Fresh Horidaand i

mixed with the soil, and left for at from In of war if life holds tt. Balance __ _i 4.744.06 plaint. filed In this cause that .. Gazette a weekly -newspaper
you. case Nov. 16. Randolph Co. ..l persona Interested In the ".. published In Kissimmee. Osceola. Coun
ovw.vv
least a week before plantingthe potatoes. out, I will keep you informed of our Uniform Tax Collections: ; : volved In this suit other than t',- Florida- . '

Of courser you selected ,materials Hrevard County ...__ 20540.38 known Defendants; and that the Witness my hand and aeal'till* Utb, Western Meatsof
whereabouts.All Osceola County .........Ii.; ....71... of such persons so Interested day of Sept, U... .
ve.slowly available you could the boys join In Vending re 1 :wnlatop.the Complainant: and J. U OVKRSTREKT.
In Clerk CircuIt
t)0.tS7.I said Bill of Court.
put them in the drill with your seed, spects. Your friend plaintagainst such unknown Circuit Court Seat) all kinds.

but such) fertilizer would not become Warrant. Paid -,?.:-'1C.1..... ant: It Is therefore ordered O1 Bryan & Pledger
EDD. ROBERTS. Balance '.681." parties claiming an Interest In Solicitors, for Complainant 40.111
.ava UJsle in time to, do your potato described property .
,W.867 the County of Oscenla and .. IN THE COUNTY JtllXiB'H CO'171i1
crop any good. Florida.. The North half of the COUNTY OF OS('KOIA. STATIOOF ) Phone or-
SODIUM CYANIDE KILLS ANTSSmall H L. EWINO. half of the Northwest quarter FL.OHIOA.la your
47-lt Treasurer. 'Ion 18. Township 25. South Ran the matter ef the sale ef the) prop
BORDEAUX PASTE. East Tallahassee. Meridian do erty.Naesaai \Valker. a ders and they
IN CIRCUIT COURT. STATE? OF 1 the Complainant's Bill of NOTICE i* hereby Driven t-ri Ir
"Please tell me how strong bordeaux seeds such as lettuce frequently Florida, Seventh Judicial Circuit. Os herein filed on or before the the Intention of the undersigned J. B.
fail to ceola County, In Chancery. Arthur E ''n F ihr.u"ry-.'D. 1.1T. the same '''alkerCuardl.n/ of the. estate of will be promptly
in
give good germination
should be for
paste use ( Donegan Complainant va Elisabeth P. the 6th day of said month: .. Naoma Walker a minor to make application -
spraying the garden." when there is appar ntly no reason Gardner et al. Defendants. It appear- said Bill will be taken a* <' : to the County Judge of Oa
tng by affidavit appended to the bill and It I. further ordered. that ceola County Florida, at his office In delivered.
Answer: When there is no disease for it. If the seeds are alive and if tiled In the above stated cause that der be published once a the court house at Kissimmee, In said :
Elizabeth I'. Gardner .. twelve (11) consecutive county on Monday the tOth of November
trustee and I weeks day -
.showing in the field, and you are there is, pl nty'of moisture and Sidney Lambert a. trustee are non.resident. Klsilmmee Valley Oasette. a # A. D. I.". for authority to ..

spraying as a precaution for anything warmth they should give a good of the State of Florida and ncr published In said County of sell an undivided one-fifth Interest
are residents of the City. County and ola. and of general circulation which I. the Interest of the said minorIn Phone 44
except blight on Irish potatoes five stand. While these conditions are fulfilled State of New York and that Andre van Bounty. Witness the Honorable and to the following described' real
der Meersch and Vina van der Meersch. W Perkins. Judge of said (' property situate In Osceola County
is it is
pounds of bordeaux mixture paste to and germination poor and .U T. Forlaw. Defendants therein "VV name as Clerk thereof Florida to-wlt: northwest. quarter. ofnorthwest
fifty gallons of water is sufficient or probable that ants are causing the named are non-residents. of the State official seal of the said. Circuit quarter of section thirty-
of Florida but are realdents of the this the 1st day of November one (021). township twenty-five (15)) >:
the 3-3,50" home-made bordeaux. If trouble. They are fond of small seeds United Stales of America, and that I-n. J. U south, range twent )
the ages of all these parties. .are un. (Ct Ct. S.'all Clerk Circuit ( southeast quarter n.I tw.8t q..t. ,
the whole
disease is showing in the field or if and will carry practically known : It I. therefore ordered that the lohnston A Oarrett. Solicitors for ter of iWO six (6)>. township twen ... '
are spraying Irish potatoes, you planting to their nests if they are left aid non-resident Defendants be and nlalnanf ; ; ty-six ( south range twentyeighiSI
you they .are hereby required to appear to ( ) ......t. Also the south half of thi : .
should use ten pounds bordeaux pasteto unmolested.J. 'the bill of. complaint filed In said. causeon is the ('/...".. C.".. *, .1. ".. northwest quarter of the northeast
to the or before Monday.. the 4th day of Jxttelal ClrenH of she "..!. .f quarter of section six (6)), townshli
fifty gallons of water, or the 5-5-50 R. Watson entomologist December. A. I). Kit otherwise the al Ida I. .." fee Oaeeela roust twenty-alx (25)) south rang twenty ,
home-mi. University of Florida Experiment legations of said bill will be taken In .. ('hapi"'erv.nilI. eight (IK) east Also beginning; at thsnuthweM < '
due course a. confessed by said de KOH IMOHfK. corner of the northw..iquarter '
Station suggests that the nests be fendants It Is further ordered. that Kdw.r p. Ad.... ConplalssBt of the northwest quarter of % SAWMILl. ,
.
this order be published once .& week. .5.H.rrtef, the northeftfit quarter of section six 4 ) /.
DIPPING STRAWBERRY PLANTS."I treated with a solution of sodium cy for four consncutUe weeks In the Kls'mmee *- ......1., \asmo. .. ..." ( RI. township, twenty-six (26) south MAChINERY
want to dip strawberry anidc. One ounce of the.poison to a Vnlley Gazette, a newipaperp"t.llehed It nprwnrlnir bv evidence range twi-nty-eluht 128)) east and run .
I I
my I In said County aniT, State 'n the RIM flied In nlio\e .-? ,me north one hundred forty (140) yard., AND
plants roots and all, in bordeaux mix- quart of water will make a solutio I T'lls' the 21st day of Octohi.r. A. D 1016 Harriet Loiilsi Adam R.... "nut seventv (70) \.rdn., south one
in the <('I Ct Sen!) heriin pa med I Is a "<>n-ro',,!.!<'i.t l hundred. fort140)) yards: went .,'v
ture before setting them out. Please strong enough. Punch a hole J I... ()Overstrei-t Clerk Circuit Court. '.'..I.. of Florida and a reaMi-nt .. ,.nv (7I) \nrrls to place of beKlnnlnu: ALL SUPPLIES

tell me what strength to use." main entrance of the nest from six 'Johnston! A Onrrett Solicitors for Complainant MRBB Rud Is over the age of '.. Ala) the soutliM'fiit quarter of the
45-41 one \ear.. pod that tliere I h no northeast quarter of section >lx (81 .
Answer: Probably there is no obJection inches to a foot deep. Poor about an 'n t Ihlt "'"Inte thsc>r\ Ire of ...... towiiithlp tuenM-nlx" (26> south raiiK Write For Prit.s And
the solution into the hole IN CIRCUITOOUHT.. STATIC OK n"oii whom would hind i suoj) rt.-,| nlrUlit. ((2S) <.ltnl
of
to your dipping your straw- ounce Florida Hevenlh Judicial Circuit. OBreola ,>n tIt v J It 'I.HF.B. Catalogue

berry plants roots and all, in bordeaux and close it immediately by trampingthe County. In Chancery Arthur K ,!Sc. therefore ordi-red, that ) Guardian of the estate of
()on"AAn.: Complainant vs Elizabeth: I' '"on-r Bldent Reannnilent be an" 44-5t Naoma Walker a minor
mixture, but this is somethingwe soil. The solution will evaporate Onrdner et al. I Defendants. It nppearIntr '..rein l I.. reoulf-d to liberated kill the : )>y afTI have never seen tried out. We and the fumes will In the ahoxc atnted cause that: Rllin ">n or before Mnnrlav tbe tth I "'I."IIIU"-IN 'I UK ('1114 III1lOL'KI1
know that dipping the leaves and ants. If all the ants are not killed the licth l'. (iardner as trustee. and I Sldne\' December A D Itlll .. .. F(,H OM'KOIA C'OUN- a ,
Lambert as trustee ure non-rftldentM illeirntlona said nlll) wi'l| | l>e T '-IM! ClIANCtCRY.
stems in a solution of bordeaux mix- survivors will 'Probably start another I of the State tty Florida I and are resi :in ; .prb said Respondent -- .1
the dents of the ( Countv and State of It l I. further ordered that thl' lULL TO (huRT: TITLE. u wDsEvicsIEUlFuLREMrnv'TOMACH '
ture at the rate of one pound of the nest near by. This can bo given New York. and that Andre tan der l>e pnlillahed once A week for -
of treatment.The I I Meersrh and Vina van der Meer.ch. de. -ruti\r week In the KIsBlmrviee T. !S.! L........ f.esplsilssisi4, .
commercial paste to ten gallons same ;
fendants therein named are nonresl.denta '''V Dinette, a newspaper vs. trtwbu?
water would be a good practice; but cyanide solution is extremely of the State of Florida hut are ... id County and State All parties rlslsslas. .. Interest .}
realdenta of the United fltate of America (('I. Ot. Seal) J. T. ( ..fI. HelesVI.- ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCE.
as said above. We cannot speak with poisonous and should be guarded and that the. ages. of all these Clerk. Circuit ( .'.. e>r 1.. D. Jesiklsis. .*>- 4
If is left after the ant !'J'partlts nre unknown. It la therefore.ordered This October Slst 1I1e.l erased er etkerwls*. !. :
roots strictly. Gall Stones Cancer Ulcers of the
certainty in regard to dipping any : that Bald. non-i'esldent. defendants !cods aeeeribed. tm tke Rill and "MjT

and all. nests have been treated it should be' he and they are hereby required l. (1..1. C..rt. *<.<. of .. .. <'*.slalBjt Rrs....- Stomach and Intestines AutoIntoxication i
to apnear to the bill of complaint filed eat h .....<-..1 rirmlt. 0.... esits.
covered tightly and placed where no In aid catm on or before Monday the C...t.. !. C.......", Yellow Jaundice, Appendidtia .
4th day of .. .... '..... ... ORDER FOR KKUtirR BYCATIUV. PURr.l-
will get it thru mistake. Car I1I: lelt 1 otherwise The 'V.* ( fln> -
ONIONS' SPLITTING. person the ;...Iino ..r.ot.Jd bill. will he ....". C Cerebration ..1..1.. and other fatal ailment* result from
bon bisulfide is sometimes used for taken In due course a. confessed by .lie !-.... e>f the H...e .. Stomach Trouble. Thousands of ;
::.."I.ast year I used a fertilizer carrying said defendnnt. It Is further ordered ('.....1.1.... It appearing; fri u' sw'.rn nil! of .
killing ants but i it* is not so effectiveas filed I i ahve atatedcase their r
; 5 cent ammonia on my onions that thin order be published once a vs. Complaint Stomach Sufferers owe complete
per the sodium cyanide. i week for four consecutive woeks In CK.. nibble end P. K. nibsjle. his that there i isons clalmlnssn
and they most all split. I see your advise I I the Kissimmee Vnllty Oaiette. .a newI .- sad ... I.. nibble ..< 1':... ... interest In tl 1 i "onerty' whose recovery to Mayr's Wonderful ..;"
I paper published In said County and wife. DefettA'awte.It names and places. f t ,iclent e are un -
Unliko cuter; for Stomach
4 per cent ammonia. Do you think Coon Meat. |, State. This the. 21at day of October, anpetrlne by affidavit .pn.." known. over the h'. of twentyoneyears Remedy. ny:
the caused by too much I! ,\. I). 1911Ct the bill filed In the above-stated and that tl. : .Is no person In Ailment. For salts by J.. Z. Roberson -
splitting was
Coon meat looks and tastes something ( Ct. Seal) that ('. F rm>ble and P. E the State of Flor I ''ipon whom the
ammonia ?" like guinea fowl,' being dark and .1. I* Overstreet.. Clerk Circuit Court. wife. and .1. 1+ Dibble and Edna service of a Rub p.. this case and druggUT* everywhere.,
Johnston A Oarrett. Solicitor for hi. wife the defendants therein would be bindingIt -
Answer: Though we never recommend tough unless fixed up right. A coon Complainant 45-4t .re non-residents of the fTtst* of Is; therefore oidnred; :ael'rl parties
formula ida and are residents of Alton. claiming an Interest lewateea.
a fi per cent ammonia is more dainty and precise than a possum -I NOTICB TO CREDITOR. of Kanaaa. and that each re ..\-. . devisees or arranteea under. or

.. for an onion crop itself,, there are about what it eats. A possum eve of twentv-one years: through Helen Wiggins or 1. B. Jenkins Ask Your
!. Ceert ef the> Ce..*r ...._. Oss>la fore ordered that saH4..!>on- deceased or 'hi'r wise, be and
.htafedreds of instances where excellent like a hog will eat anything any sort i V.mmtt. S.a<. e f P........ fendants be and are here' < appear to the saM Kill of Complaint
'onions' have been made on fertilIzer : IB re ........ .f Jasae w. ......*... to apnear to the bill of coi filed at the office i he Clerk of th.
l"1 of carcass. I To all creditors, levatees. dlstrlbn- In ssld c.nee on or before *I."I. Circuit Court at '. .Imm.ie. Osceola
: carrying per "cent ammounia be- I tees and all persons having cUlms or 4th day of December.. A. r>. 111111. County Florida. 01 before the Rule
demands against said estate: wise the alterations of said day In January pn. the !
[,. 'caaaWth. grower was going to raise why i i. it not equally available' I 1 i You and each of you are hereby be taken a* ....nf>-,.icd by sal 1.1 the 1st day of Jan .ary, n.nt1.biJ
t.'w onion and used a fertilizer Answer: Because bone U quite notified and required to present. any ants. this Bill will'be taken aa .)1\rl.L.? :
CJnlt"a I Is further ord..rc-1 that ttilc order
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claim and demands
.,..... whlchjfk you. or It Is furthir e.rded that this
bought for other-.vegetablee... Split- porous in its formation and is filled either. of 7(>11. nay have against. the he pnbllshe l r ea tirerV for ( be published onc< each week: for
matter thai jt breaks estate of James W. Prentta, deceased seoutrre weeks In the Klsulmmee twelve consecutive. weeks Is the Kissimmee
DC of anjr kind of fruit .vegetables with organic L late of Osceola Count.JF'1erl4a. to theSnderalirned Icy Oa... te. a newspaper Valley. lAzettat a newspaper
-1. Mmo.ttqvariaW7 'dot V climatic do'wnqulte readily while rock: to ton- administratrix: ef _Id'e.tatet said Co nty and State. published anti ( ...".r..l ('lreul.Uo.11Iu.r .
within two yeara tram .the date 'I'M. November 1st 1310.t'IrtiP Osceola County prIor to Uie Al4 JaaWltneea
4X>nditlon. pact and 'urai f chemical.. and owi| :' ( J. I.. ()VPIflRTRE 1st 1317.
-. ,j- 'i .i. '-ui. t and the seal of
-. - *tecI.Oet. "An. Court flea) Clerk Circuit my >*.nd
"I 'V' d'i "J Wr.r finely; itmyb&oaad.. the liarface MART. JPRBNTH.ifM O/ KRIBB8.. Bolldtor for said Court at K .lslBimee, lorlda, this
tola day ot S. "...,.", '\. ft. Ul"I
BOCK.' i: for.attack" Is much'smaller according Administratrix. ant ,
BONE VS., *f V:: I r... O"'I" TRliliJT.: .

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"r 'fl .. ... I I II . 0 III' IIIII I I I I 0 I III.. I I I I 0 I II 0 0 Makinson, Evelyn< Paulk, Julia Led- i UTOPIAN LITERARY SOCIETY j .oooo". tOOOt..ooootoooo. ,.. HER WEDDING GIFTJ ': '.

1 | "1I better Frances. Bailey Elizabeth 0'- 4d -S AMPBELI00 o "

t'r : Etfiel ,Gilbert Clara The following interesting programwas 'a 00tOO.0000000000090 This Charming; Jar Is a Weloo".DI". """*
Mary ,
$ Berry, 00 ;
I Society Notes $ well rendered by the Utopian"Lit- at Breakfast ,{" .

1 r r. Reaves.Tucker Lucille Griffin and Florence erary Society at its' regular' meeting !! OOOO Cut glass silver mounted And llddea'' ..'

4 . :Monday afternoon: gives tuin attractive marmalade ,Jar.1 i ih :.
(Mrs. E. ,E Wells Editor.) MESDAMES GUICE ANDWOODALL Answering the roll' call with quo Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Reaves of ..:

tations from Wadsworth. ,Edgsewater visited Mr. and Mrs. Claud '. .., ,...,

wade to all patrgnt of the. Valley Gazette to send itemi ENTERTAIN Piano solo by Edith Miller. Strickland at. Haines City last Sun- ... . Iz

Reqaelb J. Woodall and Mrs. : Reading, "The Life of Wadsworth," S >
, Events '* the Editor for publication these .columi.I Mri. J. R. D. day.J. visited his brother, '""./
, iulce entertained the ladies of the by Joe Makinson. M. Bryant : .;A ,

1"" - , . . -. - - - - ., - , , -'.. Missionary Society of the Methodist I II Reading by Lenore Van Duzer. Frank Bryant, at Haines City last
t 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 I . a I I I II I IJ I 11.. 'oiotgtoto" ic lot . c-o-ai> o tc ioI .. hurch Saturday afternoon with a \I Clarinet solo by Charlie Regero. Sunday.

WAGNERS WELCOME WICKED I I witches' pot.Refreshments. I talent ten at the pretty home of Mis. i Reading by Gerald Rivers. Richard Brormon went to Sanfordon 4kv

WITCHES ANp! WARLOCKS i of baked apples, with Woodall, in Cape Breeze addition I I Jokes by Bert Wells. business Sunday. r

(Crowded out last week.) marshmullows, fudge,
t I wene served. .ranged/ for the afternoon, of con- of the meeting. Rowfknd were Sunday visitors to Mrs. ( '

A' Halloween party that was thor- ', When the/ timepiece on the mantel] '.sts, whin Miss Elon Guice won upiize.u ". 41' 'V. L. Campbell. + 1dl

oughly enjoyed by everyone present indicated a late hour, the guests ilejmrtcd box of stationery.A I MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB. Lewis Johnson was a visitor in

was (given; by Miss Ada C. Wagner(; voting their hostess u shower delicious salad course, cakes and 'I Wishingwill bring things in the Kishimmee last Sautrday.Mrs. .

N Tuesday evening(;, (Oct. :31)) at her of thanks for a very pleasant! e\tnintr. 'horolate) were served l by the hoste.1L"S -. degree that it excites one to go after Susan Riles of Kissirnmee is d u +
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country home on North Bermuda BAPTIST DORIES;, \, BESIEGE. assisted by :Miss Guice. ', them. On this principle both the local visiting her daughter Mrs. W. I..

avenue. Gowns; masks, clown] suits, ,AM: HIT\KE: : HHY.\vs; BARN; Enjoying/ this event were :Mrs. Wal.I Woman's Club and the local Moth- Campbell, htue this week.Walter . ; t= ( '

and apparel. of fantastic dc: ijfn served ,I IT Buss, Mrs. Lnwler Mrs. J. Bcanan. Teachers Club are acting.(; I Lanier'was a Kissitnmce

to completely conceal the identity of (Clouded. out last .) I :Mis. Sarah Cnhoon, Mrs. J. I L.I' Nothing so stimulates folks individually isitor Monday.

those who were there. I ---- h'l'-tr'ct.I.'s.: . Peak :Mrs. E. E. or collectively as definite 8
:Mn.sked and dressed in appropriate
The night was dark and especially I I'Vt'lls.Irs.: J. J. Woodall]), Mrs. Guice aims and bestirring activities.
t Halloween costumes the Junior Si- 1500 MORE OSCEOLA
E favorable for the spirits. Halloween :Misses Ruby Whidden, :Myrtle Collier, These conditions are dominant ,
delis! Sunday! school] class of the Baptist i I '
r lanterns hung on the porch were the church entertained with a barn and Elon Guice. I i among our women. The Mothers- CATTLE SENT TO TEXASOn TIIB NEW KIJIJ, y'
show the spirits '
I only landmark to Teachers Club is forging ahead for *
party Tuesday evening, Oct :31, at N. ( On one .Milo Is a rut to accommodato H
KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB
their rendezvous for the evening. compulsory education; the woman'sClub linndle. Oondenaett'milk +
C. Brjan's barn, on Clyde avenue. Monday thirty-nine car, con- I the sliver spoon ,
CII.SGESIEETI.iG: : DATES 9
escorted into'the ghost pit, is astir along civic lines.
t They were i for r-orfti', lam and-pIccaUUJ ar.r t
I I Here a merry evening was spent taining 1,500 head of catlc left here
where welcome was shreiked In ghostly I Today, at 3:30 p. m, the Mothers-i other contents thut It might bold
andy ,. with games, fortune telling:, and con- The Kissimmee Woman's Club has for Texas, nine cars going to Missouri
. ) ly fashion by the big fat ghost Teachers Club will have its regular 'I '.
little tents. True Halloween! colors (black changed its meeting dates so as not (( City and the others to Raywood. Buttonhole
.. the tall, slim ghost the quiet monthly business meeting in the office Working
and werc'cairied out in the to conflict with the of other Of these cattle 675 head ,
yellow) meetings were t
supplied To make Ix-antlful buttonholes, even
c (j ghost being too terrified to utter any of the high school. There will bo
+fi decorations and in the brick the Carson Cattel ,
", t sound of h6spitahty. ice cream organizations./ I reports from various committees, by Company 011 the sheerest of summer materlalsv.
payment
here found thegeyser tad cakes served.At Hereafter the club's meetings will and 875 head by the Osceola Cattle] mark them first and stitch the outllnee 4
of dues and Miss M. ,
,' The visiting spirits C. Bryan I""
1 its flames i the party were Mrs. P. K. Weav- lie held on the second and fourth Tuesdays I I Company and the South Florida Cat- once around on the sewingmachined ;..
of fire pouring forth will of
give a current
summary
, t' from the cnter of the pit and minded i _r, Mrs.. N, C. Bryan, Grace Eleanor of each month. The hour 'will be (I I events. tle Company (Pat ,,Johri, nmanRICt'rof This the buttonhole not only adds but to makes the clur\lbllll the of"\'.'':"' xr 7

Graves, !Maud and Clara Tyner :ifcHik-: :1:30: p. m. Each meeting will begin both companies. B. F. Lester of working,
by a kindred spirit in gown of black : On Nov. 17 the club will have its of It far easier. '1'k' +
boiled and ey Gardner, Cornelia Lancaster Dor- promptly at this time. I Montgomery, Ala., was both buyer
while the witches' black pot meeting at 3:30 p. m. in the Hart '
embers : othy Roberts, Ina and Fern Fansler, Next Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 14, and shipper.Mr. .
sputtered over the red-hot, Memorral. The subject for the program ti
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near by, and every nook and cranny Jettie and Ttvelma. Wilson] MargueriteBass business of great importance wild !i is "Home Economics." Miss Lester, who has been the most rr ;a

bats Iren Milton, Ella Gardner, come before the club. Each members I active cattle and sheep buyer of the -
. was weird with its witches, flying Albina Smith and Miss McQuarrie
Frances and Mary Kritz, Thelma] urged to attend if possible to do go. I season, is a veteran of the cattle business '
and grotesque lanterns. will each tell of her respective work. NO-CURE NO PAY .
Woodall Katherine Carr, Norma and 0 aDAUGHTERS I II lie evidently knows a rood cow ,
sound
No word was spoken, no was There will be also a symposium on 't"J'
Duke lary Spier Jeanette I I OF CONFEDERACY.At I vhen he he would not
of the mortal Ruby sees one, or con- ,
heard, except the patter "my favorite recipe" and "the one
Prevatt and Ruth Kritz. inue to buy Osceola cattle. .::1
feet of the spirits as they mounted I' the regular election of officers I article in my kitchen I could not do counyt Dr. Schreifels y

4 the stairway one by one to their tryst- 0 0 0 of the United Daughters I of the Confederacy without," led l by Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, 4'

ing place the girl spirits being escort- HALLS ENTERTAIN BETHEL held Wednesday at the Hart Sr. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.A ". -,.

ed by one witch, the boy spirits by BAPTIST MISSION CLASSES :Memorial building, the following officers I This will be an open meeting, and cordial invitation is extended to THE CHIROPRACTOR,. -;:,.... ft").
Crowded out last week.)
another. ( were named: President, :Mrs guests are most cordially invited, especially I '
1 you to attend Sabbath services withus. SAYS '
While silence reigned supreme except James Caldwell; vice-president, Mrs.L. the home-makers. : "J'" ,

1 the of the Edgar At a Halloween party given to the Mrs T. Mos- I ',... '
for activity H. Ingram secretary 'l.
; ; "When God made the world of woe, Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. To thaw the suffering public the ;

Bryan spirit, the Choice Spirit sup- young women's and young men'sc1aRRes ley; treasurer Mrs. Roma Thomas. Where mortals roam, Preaching; at 11 a. m., subject, "Saul wonderful results obtained through ..
each of the kindred spirits witha of Bethel Baptist Mission, L. H. the "
Mrs. Ingram outgoing
plied lie built just one resting place. Winning the Christians' Business."" .Chiropractic! treatment, I make
parcel of spirit food which was (Oct. 31)), "The Disappearing Ring," president" '! presided at the meeting And called it Hdme. Special music. this offer: 4"" t' ,

slowly and solemnly devoured, and the "A Trip in an Airship"" and "Eatingthe with :Mrs. J. Z. Roberson as secretary. "When man sails the Sea of Strife, Busy Bees at 2 p. m. I will accept any case of stomach r t
fate of each spirit was found at the Elusive Doughnut were games * *
Where billows foam, Junior B. Y. P. U. at 3 p. m. trouble in (him town in the coming ii .. .
bottom of the when the last mor- that supplied hilarity for the occasion, EN/TRE:: NOUS CLUB.
cup He finds but one peaceful port, A mass meeting of the men at 4 week (13th, 15th and J8th) on the '-1 ""

, .' sel hid| disappeared.It being followed by a marshmallow Mrs. II. W. :Morrow[ was hostess for And calls it Home. D. m. This meeting is to considersome clear understanding that the patient \,;;
and wafers. The ,
: It was now unanimously voted by roast cocoa punch, "The soul seeks its paradiseIn
concluded with the Entie Nous last Tuesday after- very important matters. You will pay nothing to me until a perfect ':.oi
the spirits that they would 'not have a entertainment was a noon at the regular meeting, when starry dome, can' not afford to miss it. cure is effected-you to be r1 C,

ghost of a show to enjoy some of the series of humorous scenes thrown on I Mrs. A. W. Bailey was a guest of the I But God planted Heaven and Earth Preaching at 7 p. m. subject: the judge. t ::

pleasures of the sphere from whence a screen by a projectoscope.:: And called it Home."" "Heart '
W. H. Jones :lub. Refreshments of salad sandwiches Searching. Special music. This is a bona-fide offer. Do not ..
Too participants were
they had flown-and when they made and tea served. Secretary Revival services now are in .
pro- ,
were mlM this \. I. ;
opportunity. .
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known their several destinies, there (teacher of .the young men's class), * Preaching each evening next
Mrs. W. II. Jones Lena Harris Nellie To Cure a Cold In One Day gress. Give me call arid. tell '?
found to be in sure- a your #;
'I was present :MISSES HOPSON ANDI'ETRIE week. Good, live, soul-stirring music.A 'i t
Hansell Nona Mrs. Effie T aka LAXATIVE BROHO Quinine. It stops UM
Driggers
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and Misses Norma friends
, enough flesh bone, ENTERTAIN Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.Drufghts comfortable house and a hearty I "
Bullock Travis May Hansel Ethel Johnson, returid money If it falls to cure. '
K "Griffin Violet Mary Tiller. '
welcome await
.. W. GAOvs 'a signature OB, each box. 2Se.NOTICR. you. J. A. SCHREIFCLS D. C .
t Carolyn! Fripp. Ruth Keffer, Margaret Ollie Cayson, Mabel Bowen, Jessje Misses Alberta Hopson and B.. C. 0. B. FALLS, Pastor 'i

StanfordMargaret Lee, Grace Gilbert Bowen, Nettle Newton, Mrs. Nettie Petrie entertained the members of the > :..
Wadley Pansy Bowen Mattie'Wheeler Th. Board of County Commission- = - -C'C- "-_ C-= ==- -- .- =-o=- -. '
t4 Mattle Stanford, Muriel PrentU, Junior League last, Thursday even- of Paceola County, Florida, will receive I---- a'I' :i

+ LoreneDonegan, and Martha Ordai, Gertrude McKay, Zell Acree, Will Ing at the Methodist Episcopal bun bids up to 10 A M. Dec. lltli. 11118. ... .
on brick cement, gravel /and sand, aUCnclent -
and Dick Bullock, Murray Overstreet, Wheeler, ,Roy Stroup, Tom Arnold, galow with pretty' Holloween social. to construct, 16 miles of road >
Ralph Phillips Walter Larenz, Avrld ft. wide brick laid flat and curtain, to THREE DAYS ,
the little
I' Walter Bass, Jr., Hugh Keffre, Lawrence Games and fortunes amused Ibe 2H"6 Inches; bids will be received .

Carr, Ned Bullock, Frank Bryan Harris Pitt Johns George Stroup, people and refreshments of sandwiches 1 on all of above material or on any, . "S '4 '

Edgar Bryan, Bradley Harris and Lacey Johns Ashley Tanner Ernest I wafers cakes and fruit were I| part.The Hoard reserves In- right to accept J.
and Will Ghiston. I I or reject any or all hide. Aildr. MM
Elmo Griffin. Johns ,served.About, forty guests were nil :l bids l I to Monday Tuesday andWednesday
I The host and hostess were Mr. and J. I* OVKKHTHKKT f'lerkKlHsliiimcc1 w'I
; i On this occasion Miss Ned Bullock present. ,
KlaNOTK'K.
Mrs. E. M. Hall, at their home, 110 ". ". ..
and
NOV. 13 14
the' ,
(v I made her deput, and, from attention I'RlSCILL.CIrn.. 15. d
Clyde avenue.
bestowed upon her, she( ) la des- The Itoiuil of County roin mlMKlonrre
I -- of "H,.eula ,'.,unl>*. Florida will rn,'eltl
tined role in AT GRAYSTONE CASINO
to play a conspicuous :Mrs. R. D. Guice was hostess Sat- .
OVERSTREET BIRTHDAY VRTY. I. l olds l up In 111 A M. I I"'c llth. H116.! (! on
Kissimmee society Ned is sure a fine li'day afternoon entertaining the the <"oun1PtMir\ Farm, mtRlHIinu of 21 .
;I"ore i H of land, 16 arri'H In Kroarid
u girl! Little Miss Eleanor O\erstreet celebrated ] ,inemberv, of the Priscilla Club at her i I 1,1,11.111gx t hi-ri-on'
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
The liotiril rer i H the right tn MCIM "-
Wheji. it came to biting the suspended .
,, her ninth birthday by a pret- home on \!track. street Refreshments i eyd| I.J.Mt. ..lll01 Illl biddIrenN
apple, there was none present -:'all "ldH t"
of cakes and punch concluded! \ afternoon
lawn her home :Main
ty party at on J L ., of either sex who could even run a street Wednesday afternoon. The spentith fancy work. Miss I II II / Fla.nu'ru The Jack Owens Company
close second to Walter Bass-unless] ,
Elon Juice assisted in serving./ I II I .
hours with .
were merrily spent games I E
t possibly, Murray Overstreet. Walter and refreshments of cakes wafers and I Others present were !Mrs. S. D.I I. The Itimril' of <'I>UIHV ("urn"uiiMKlomTHof I rm

.. '1 :; .made such a determined, vicious lunge punch. closed the afternoon. Many :Marks, :Mrs. A Cotterman Mrs. M. I I One.- hi coin(,in up Countv.to Kl<1\.FK'il.Jii.JM', "!..c. will 11. 1916.Ie'h < :-: TEN PEOPLE :-: +

:. "i at the fruit that when it came in con- Elswick, :Mrs. T. :M. Rh'erslrR: : J. L. I Ion a Iraq of land of about kll or 1 10(1acres
.
pretty presents were received by the located between KlaalmnK-e and Comedians Girls
# Funny Pretty Dancing Singing
tact with his Incisors one of two hostess. I HO<'\('s. :Mrs. Sarah Cahoon Mrs. Wt Cloud. to be used an a County Poor ,
,.. .. I Ka I'TII
..? things was sure to happon-the ap- At the party wer-e Virginia and Julius Smith Mrs. 1.. R. Farmer, Mrs. The son r.1 re eivi-ii the iKht fo accept -

'' ... pie simply had to submit or the cord I Geraldine Lesley, Eleanor Rosen !IJ. I Oveistreet.( :\11'>'. G. L. Hammack, all beds or reject to any' or nil lildn Addr,'aa CLEAN ENTERTAINMENT

'{ break, and the latter resulted. Janet : !I :.Mis J. J. Woodall, Mrs. H. W. Mor- J. f.. OYJo H TH"I<:T.. (.'lerk.' ------- -
Griffin Margaret Waring:, Kl slmm. .. Florida
.,;, Profile shadows thrown on a screen Eunice and Madge Rivers, Athalia i I'OW. Mrs. Lyles V. Story and M rll. E. Performance Starts 8:15:

formed an interesting portion of the I IE.: Wells. NOTK:: 010" AI'rl.Ie'ATI"! KOIl TA' '.
Griffin Vivian Floyd Elsie Welch, 1)10:1-:1):: MIKII: :: SN'l'IISV |%T4 A M)
evening's enjoyment and original Irene Fairbanks I Mr,*.. 11 W. !Morrow will entertain ors <.*:MCII:: Al, STATt''l'Na' : OKTil
Ingram Georgie
1C STATIC OK Kl,<>llll>'.
i ghost stories were related around the Helen Winn, Nellie Woodall Patsy I his nipular[, club at the next meeting. Notli: I I.. hereby given that Agnes Admission: 15 and 25 Cents H
:Ma> Jlr>Hnt. purchaser of Tax Certlfl-
1 i inte" No X2. dated the 7th day of July. *
1y -- -- A It 191) has tiled Bald certificate In
ITIV office. and has mad application for l ]
t r .. 1 Tax leeil I to IHHUI 111 Hrrorilnnfe to law * Said rertlnrate embraces the following -
described lands', lying and .belrrf
situate In iHreola. County, State of
Florida, to-wlt: ft
1 Lot ,V of Hloek KlKht. (RI) of Mary
;, 1Ihfi H Morifan. l-Iul>-dh'I.lon of Lot line MME
II l ) of Section One Town..hlp( Twen-
yM+b l\-Mix (26) South Range Tw ent y-<-KH| U.f
SAFETY (2S East
The said land being aaaenaed In (the
/ mime of A. J. Strickland at the date t 1f'L '
Kt S S of issuance of Raid' certificate lnieHa 11t
said certificate shall be redeemed according /
< to law. Tax Deed will Inoue
thereon on the llth day of J>ecemher.
'A. It 1916

Is the first consideration from the bank customer's standpoint. them 191(1.\Vltneaa the 9th my day hand of and November official I A.a.H al I L5 L5r *


Investigate the safeguards thrown around this institution : J, L. OVKR8TRKKT.iCt Y
Ct) Clerk Circuit Court. OnceotnSeal ) tit
( ) 47-61. County. Florida F
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c'- t.1 1 ((1)I ) Capable and experienced management.
'.- it AI "IMSTIt ATOM'S' MOT1CK. : TO ICI.I.:: >
"" : HKAt KSTATR.I.KCJAL. >t
l \ + ((2)) Ample carefully guarded. NOTK'K. { +f 4,
resources, "1t { Dt
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< rt of ( .7. Jvdic State of
Klrld. Ocrrola ( ....y. Ia re> 10:..ate ( Y
2 (3)) A financial agent strong enough to payoff every t.f ('. .... P... .... 0...._.. At9i
.
3e Notice 1a! hereby tVSral whom It
: s if may concern, that Prevatt. 4 1i
4 depositor, necessary. na Administratrix of the estate of C
1.8 F. Prevatt. Deceased will on the llth "
(4)) The Depositors Guarantee Fund. day of December.-. L). 1916, apply to ; .
+ the Honorable T. M. Murphy, County C',
.' Judge In and for said county, at his ,(s lilt .JIpp6 ... 1. r.'
office In Klsslmme In amid county at .
: s' .. t ' / A quiet drift new seem to be setting in to this bank. Intelligent 10 o'clock A. .... or aa soon thereafteras i1 a"The

11" A'... .e al.. 0"'" 01.._ ." . ', I the to matter make apeclflo ran be heard performance for authority of a.-, I IT WILL PAY YOU TO DP YOUR S.HOPPING..HERE 't

;.L ; e .depositor note the current. I contract In the nature of an vnwltn**.- ,.
.' 10 \ ,. .. f' I ed" deed from the above named C. F. Merest, E.r of del able ..rchaadU. 1.i ,lr;t'.

r tV .' Prevatt.wife, entered deceased into, the and J petitioner.th day ,ra.u his., FLORIDA priced' M M t* make it fet.reti.f to" IL SOUTH]1 t-'tJ., .


, Ij" 1 j a;* : : 'BANK d I 1911.Ing-ds.oI top :the:-d conveyance real .aatAt,of la the said follow-,c.unXL W.. pay your faro/ .i."."..;7 accordance with the 'anoaBt,"'..ftfrevpBTchae ., [. 'P; )i

taPrV. .(f> and Six (I) of Stork' -
v Fourteen of Weal Klaalmraea. accord- DRY-coopsf CARPEtS; MILLINERY READT.TO.WEAR' .
,Inar to the official plat of record In the .

4 6 'OFD KISSIMMEE offloe.,,14 of county the Clerk of O.oeola.of the Circuit Courtof ', GOODS TOTS, ETC, ETC .' : \&

... Which application will be baaed Upon IMAASBROS.; TAMPA : .
t'tz. tile petition for .aaI< newt/ on fllo FLA"f\ "
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