Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 24, 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: VID00778
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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resident Blames .Middlemen For '4'', EDITOR LEWIS COUNTS ON + TIMES-UNION THINKS'THEY +

V KISSIMMEE WOMEN '* 4 WILL DO IT., *

High Prices :Congress, May Act e 0' The ,Kissimmee-Valley Gazette o* 4 4ti,, "The Kissimmee. _.._;,-Valley"t. .Ga--C-' ::* Millions Of Dollars: This Winter ';

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;. 4' In ,its excitement ,over politics 4 set ;, in its excitement over pol. *
nearly forgot its pet 'slogans, e .. -- -
- ______._. 4 itlcs nearly forgot its pet slogans 44''Kiesimmee ... =
u 4 "Kisstmmee the Capital City 4 4O '
ENCE SHOWING MIDDLEMEN SYNOPSIS OF GAME' 4 and "Bulkhead the Lake Front;" 0 and 'Bulkhead the the Capital'Lake Front: City.' -* VEGETABLES. WILL SELL FOR BUYERS, NOW OFFERING $8 A
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4 but last week the women formed 4 says the Raiford Tribune;. which HIGH PRICES-'CANNED PRO. BARREL FOR SPRING' POT.I" ,
._. KEEPING PRODUCTS'FROM FLORIDA 4 a club in that city, with DulkV"+ 4 takes a general and friendly In., TOES'' AT KISSIMMEE:-RAt
LAWS IN DUCTS ARE AT PRESENT
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HIGH heading the lake front as'' their .
,MARKET AND CAUSING e tweet in the doing of its neigh--*
4 object The men might. as well e .e bor. "Last week however," eon- CURTAILED MORE fORD MAN EXPECTS $1,000

PRICES GOVERNMENT "'J. The title of aU wild birds and 0 !give in and go to work on that 4 .'tlnues the Tribune, "the women THAN FIFTYPER NET OFF, IV. ACRES. ,OF. ,
} AFTER COLD-STORAGE game is vested in the various countiesof 4 bulkhead for when those worn- 4 formed aa.club in that,eityi witlL LETTUCE.- -,
i i ESTABLISHMENTS."EE the State. 4 en down there ..get started on 4 bulkheading the, lake front as 0 CENT. :
'1, 2.' The following. only are game 4 civic: improvement it has to come. 4 I'..4 their object." This it;a sptend&I e '
b birds: Swan, geese, brant, ducks rail 4 They don't let up until they get 4 0 move and Kissimme is to be e Willis, B. Powell newspaper editor The Valley Gazette'Is informed1 by'
':"EE gs2J cents<<; a dozen 4 what they are after...-Ralford Harvey C. Avant that buyer 'of Irish
birds
; cots, mud hens! gallinules, shore 0 congratulated When the ,worn- 4 and secretary of the New Port RicheyFla.
cents ,
bus
\ppl75: a plovers; surf birds, snipe woodcock, Trblune. 0Kissimmes 0 en get interested in anything 4 ( .) Board of-Trado, i I. calling on potatoes are trying 'to .contract for
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from sand pipers, tattlers, curlews, turkeys, 4 they generally get what they are; the newspaper men of' Florida to Impress Klssimmee-grown "Iriab, ' >)
"These price a .ot quoted .grouse, pheasants quail bind turtle biretta, Brewers To Meet 0 after. That Kissimmee will be upon their farmer: reader* a fact' $6 per barrel.: :
n '01" twenty years ago to make a doves. 4 greatly benefited by having the vital to'their' welfare. ,' .Mr. Avant I I. the premier, potato
n'klni' eo ast to what consumers 8. It is a $25 fine to catch, kill This organization will meet tomorrow 4 lake front bullheaded: few can to THIS FACT IS THAT FLORIDAFARMERS grower in, this !locality. He',went. to' .
ed to now for these (Nov. 25) at the Kissimmoe *.then'.In orderto ,
re corn pay city Hastings and worked !
ship or have in possession any game 4 doubt) and, while there may have 4 CAN REAP MILLIONS ,
..' farm products. council room, Ft.ternlty'buildlng. he'
o bird, plumage, skin eggs or nests 4 been good excuses for the delay O OF- DOLLARS THIS WINTER BY learn "the game.'Last;spring
T..ey are price which a Chicago thereof except as provided by law. important businessrelative to crop 0 it is likely now that the work 4 GROWING VEGETABLES-IF THE thought. he did well to get $5' a' bar.

n paid last-week for eggs apples, 4. The open season is Nov. 20 toM marketing. and sugarcane acreage. will 4 will soon be started and in good 0 FARMERS WILL ONLY,MtXE TO rel 1n the field for' his Klsslmmel.,,, '.crop.Kissimmee .
>nd potatoes.They 'rel1 10 following. for deer, wild turkeys be transacted. 4 time finished. Jacksonville THE SITUATION., Planter.Are __ trw- !:
are price which serve io verb quail, doves, swan brant; rails, Tho special committees were unableto Times-Union. '.1 Northern,, canners have packed vegetables -: Breaking Large Acreage., '
.y what President Wilson publicly:! report at last Saturday' meeting, Jr., Avant I.I breaking ground ;''for
: sand curlew lufficent
gorse, toots, pipers, to supply only:half oX:, (
,charged in a speech he made Oct. 14 ducks ,and rplover Nov 20, to which was ,devoted to general topics., e4 eee444.4ee44o.. .1.1.1 tb normal demand for canned : FORTY-ONE aero* ot'Iri.1I potatoes.Sheriff .. ,
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:of, the- annual snipe .. . . .' .. ': -.1 productsl .
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at tDB opening : :.: : Ingram-preparing TWE {*
and 'of -
I following;for pheasants; .11 From the'most,: extensive ; '
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convention great 'Oct.. 1 to March following for squirrels .grocery Jobbers In Tampa, Mr TY-FOOR or TWENTY-SBC" ,. acres' -for '
named National Grange of Unlawful to kill squirrels ,in Big Cr.ops.and Big Profits From Irish I Pppvell.t4ainod this astoundinginfor.o.! an I. /crop, "' '
"' Patron of Hu.bandry-held in Wash'ington any public: or private parks at any mation: J. Wade Tucker of th.'Tucker Brick
D. C., this year; time. That jobbers have on hand less than Company will, plant, 'an' I.;"'"P,.'crop of t

'President's Declaration To Farmers.Mr. 6. It is a $50 fine\ to capture, kill Potatoes In Kissimmee Section one-half of the normal supply'of canned SIXTEEN acres. w'V -
Wilson said, )in effect, that middlemen (Continued On Page Nine.) vegetables, eta 8-i,'Aultman i i plant, at' least
\- are to blame for high prices' That retail merchants axle shorted EIGHTEEN acre*'of'" the";'Hibernian,
that they are pretending crops are Osceola County Better Adapted To This Crop Than Is The these stocks.That tuber. fc r
ahort and are charging consumers Citrus Growers To Meet Monday V a number of the mqgt/ extensive The ValleyiGazette',:man',will.begin.
what they please. Famous Hastings Section. canners have withdrawn,, their plowing. FIFTEEN acre next1 week
The President's declaration is verified The Kissimmee Citrus' Growers Association ... quotation or are listing only 10 to 20 for Miss Elizabeth. Bickerdika and' ,.
;' in many instances. will ttttet at 9:30 o'clock on per cent of the varieties they have. himself, with the expectation of: p1jint.ing'at *
." x The extortion which t.h. print-paper Monday morning at its packing-house. PAR LESS DANGER; FROM FROST That practically no canned toma least.FIVE acres"in.'Irlsh' potatoes .-'

manufacturers are imposing on newspaper too are to be obtained., 'fhI.'p.rtleu.. -.rnd probably TEN or' more.,
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publishers. and printer i* an FOOTBALL GAME TODAY; FIRST ARTICLE lar Tampa jobber 'wa allowed 400 .Conditions; now:.: nf oraeen may 'ro-
*example., cases. When these are sold, he 'cannot duce- these?:prospective .''plantings' n
Other proofs I.1 found In fact made OSCEOLA VS. PLANT CITY About Apiculture, Horticulture, And Live Stock At Kluiinmee, Aad get more. tmall amount: In' 'each ease: but, each' :

,public by R. C. Toombs of Chicago la Osceola County. That potatoes will be selling at planter's ,intent: and. effort' a..as. .
a member of the firm of Toombs & The closing gamof this season -' $3 to $5 a busheL noted.. 'In each Instance the acreage
Dailey, 'broker. in farm ,mortgages, will be staged at Kissimmee ball park ; BY EDITOR OF VALLEY GAZETTE.V' That cabbage, will retail at 8 to'10 will be much larger than heretofore ,
loans, and investments, 406 Continental this afternoon when the Osceola High. r cent* ,a pound. despite increased$ .cost,of'seed' and f srtllizer -
Bank building, Chicago. School lads battle with the Plant City. From- among current Florida news i i. culled the following.quota That all other vegetable will bring ,, -
Apple 75 Cents A Bu.hel'ln Kansas.On boys, who have been trained by former tion: veritable. Wrar.prices", this winter.. Statistics'', on other'prospective' potato r
Oct irf Mr. Toombs received a Coach Harris of the Osceola High "A Western colonization company headed by J. M. ParkhilLof The Tampa jobber said several plantings: 'will .be- ,published- a* '
barrel of apple' from hi. mother in .School lads. Kansas City, is making plans to immediately develop 16,000 cause would bring about these abnormal soon obtainable. ; V ?
Winfield Kan In her letter to him, The public is promised a real game acres of rich .griculturallands near.Espanola. in St.. Johns county. ,, /condition: I t. ..., .r"' sr. ., iI
his mother t told she had bought the 'of. 'football: '. After almost a years inspection of Florida properties, these lands Chief of' these i* th. shortage is EXPECTS' $1,000 OR .\
.{Dapples at''a: ,.WihAeld' retail store for "The gafhe'will bewailed: at 3 'o'clock. were selected a*, the best large body in :the potato belt. Drainage ' caused by exportations to\ waning,, I ACRES'OF'LETNCETHEN .
'!75 cents bushel., They wen, fine. II r sharp. Admission: .and 15 cents. and engineering work'have' already begun. The lands will be countries. -i, MORE FROM PA
{Jonathans/;,* ', colonized by practical 'farmers from the Dakotas. ,. Illinois. and Another la that workmen who planted I POTATOES'A
) The,same 'sort of apple then'w.ere BARTOW BEATS OSCEOLA-13-0. other State" -;;, their own gardens when they, were "sample of Florida crop' rotation; '"f..:

'selling' }n,Chicago for,.$3 'a, bushel. ;The"Bartoa boys romped all over _Some of'my boyhood year were lived near the vicinity of Hatting ", receiving 1.50; a day have,ceased Land probable:profit 'I Ia) noted, from
>HEggs 23 ,Cents A Dozen :! our Kissimmoe eowbcys'last Saturday ,' *. ,Several times, when hunting or ,traveling I have traversed what' gardening since wage have increased Raiford In the. ,northern. p .n.of the ,. ;;

$In Country'. :Town .In Illinois.,.. .. afternoon.." The) h_. boy. showed bOW are 'that town and its adjacent Irish potato field.*. I ,,know its soil': to (3 and' upward to $8 ,,per day-In State ,
'I i M....Toomb* ordered egg fren* :Atlapta ,.weakness in Interference. Every one doe appreciably differ from, OseeoU county aoil-.aa'to potatoes automobile, ammunition,.machine, and A farmer there Is preparing ,one.
: ; III., and paid 23 cent a dozen I of them flunked at some point! in the --.- More than two yeara'ago I came to Kiuimmee. Part of that time > other factories.A and one-fourth acres for lettuce.' H.i'; '' .
r dfor them. They were strictly fresh.natod .' .game-excepting. Bradley Harris. has been expended in growing Irish potatoes and Peeing my fellow farmer ,third'cause is'that there are few expect: to gather least 2,600hamp. ,'
[ f fresh eggs?,:than 'were He, played good football all the way grow them. I am living on a forty-acre-tract jutt within'the corporate er farmer' Boy) and men from farm} ers-tiff this small tract, sad he expect .';
4sealing; Jn Chicago stores at 40 and 45. through-and was: light there when his limits ef this town. C are lured to town by high- ,wages" his N .Ti profit thereon to.be at lea4 ;

;, |cents. a:,doaen. .., servciee were needed. The Osceola .My personal knowledge both localities enable, me to write about Say Mr. Powell: 1000. ..' ':,r'I
them witlrvome The will be followed bytlrle1)
lettuce
' ,'rH V Bating Potatoes In Montana. team showed need of more practice. authority. "One hundred millions of Americans
-,. | Mrv Daily Mr. Toomb*'* partner, Wo had much more about the game,, There is NO "potato belt" in Florida. Most of f the St people will be placed on half ration. I potatoes. I. ? ,., ,? a
,. "received/ letter last Friday ((17th) but haci to reduce it In order to get in John county i i. just a* much of a "potato belt at is the Hastings of canned 'goods within a month or The Irish potatoes will be sueeeed.
from friend in Montana telling that anything. It will keep to next week. section. In fact nearly every county in northern Florida contain large sot They will cry tow fresh vegetable ed by another corn !crop. (He baa just
farmers, were feeding. Irish potatoes areas adapted to production of Irish pot.toea. Some' of the more south at high. prices. removed forty-eight. bushels. .+to' hog er letting them rot in the FORWARD PASS AIDS SCORES: ern counties also have large areas of "potato land. Osceola is one. "It devolves upon Florida and California beside. fodder and peanut, from'thi*, ,>:
'1 .ound--beeause they could not sell -GOAL KICKERS BELOW PAR The excellence of Hastings IS IN to supply that demand. Florida -I\littio tract. /{
t"tbeJO; for money enough. to pay for ERS-not. is close to the center of population Here is.the.narrative a* told'In the I ;f F
hauling. : them to the railroad station. Whether the present football rules' specialized with this crop. They handle it properly. They plant large ; therefore it will have to assume last.Ueue of the Raiford Tribune':=" *
Potatoes were selling. in stores there are ideal is an open question, but one acreages. They use modem methods in planting, cultivating harvest moos than two-thirds of the responsibility. ''reliable newspaper "
at 10 cents a bushel. thing has to be admitted by even the ing and marketing. I "Raiford baa been increasing' 'Its
Potatoes may "grow small in Kansas -I most rabid advocates of some more Farmers in the Kiimmee section have the advantage of their "Will' the Florida farmer arise to strawherry acreage and making some .
," but,not in Montana. The Montana changes. The code has increased Hastings brethren a* potato growers. KmimmeeV toil is as good or the condition-for it 1 I. no theory. The t money from Bradford county'* favor: "
Irish potato is famed for its size : scoring chances. better than Hastings toil for this crop. Betide*-.KISSIMMEE CROPS cry for truck stuff is not the cry of it* fruit but I. W Robert has decided'' ,
and quality. One transcontinental It is safe to say that the defeated ARE IN FAR'LESS DANGER FROM FROST DAMAGE. the land operator It is a cry of that there. more money in ,.ttue.a': ,- i.;
'r Continued 9) I II team has tallied in more games this Any excellent'llatwoods loam i i. "good potato land" if its "hard-- stomachs craving for, vegetable mat ,than .tmvb.rrles'and has,taken ,thu ;.,
( on page- I I (Continued on page IS) pan" i is about two feet below the surface. The I. P. needs moisture. ter. The cry is imperative." I Irljtbt methods to insure success"alen?..h.' -.
.. "- Shallow "hardpan" moisture available for the his T.rf
keeps readily vegetable; The Board of Trade at New Port ( ,t.
DOLLAR LIMIT'S[ I HElD CATTLE SOLD'New. unless in drouth; in which case irrigation is. needed. Good drainage Richey 1 Is the first civic\ organization | "Mr. Roberta recently had two well,
35,000
is necessary. in Florida, to discuss this situation in put down in a field of pne and ors'quarter -
CHRISTMAS STORE Clay constitutes the "hardpan" Hastings; and it is near the sur open meeting. Despite the fact that '' agree and installed a Fairbanks -,,
Arcadia tells of the lar-
from
face. Consequently many people erroneously believe the clay "hard- farmers in that vicinity have had difficulty & Morse engtne with a Bull:
...-- 'IOn I cattle deal ever made in Florida. "a.>" is specially conducive to excellent potato production. getting good prices for their dozer'pump., ..nd'ttis., with a Campbell '
G. W. Persons, of the Dollar Limit, : Nov. 23 the Consolidated Land Not so. The "hardpan" the Aultman and Bickerdike tracts at products in former year, it seems irrigator and a quantity of hose makes,
.. ,ha rented the vacant store room just j Company of Jacksonville bought 85- Kissimmee is not clay. Yet this land will produce eighty barrel per plain says the Board of Trade that him independent! of weather U
'north'of R.. T. B tier' barber shop,. 000 head from Parker Bros., near Ar- acre. Thousands of acres of like land in Kistimmeevicinity will do they almost can fix their .own Belling "Recently Mr. Robert. took forty-'
'. 'and'will open on exclusive Christmas cadia. The price is reported to be likewise-with proper cultivation and moisture. figures this winter. I eight' bushels of corn, beside fodder''

t tore at that lace Saturday, Dec. 2. about 500000. My neighbors tell me that three or four year age EIGHTY BARRELS The Board of Trade will co-operate: and a quantity of peanuts, off' this 'M ti
Hr. Persons states that he has purchased The Consolidated company probablyis of Irish potatoes per.acre were produced by S. B. Aultman on with them and encourage them In I I field; but he was not satUhed with I the
an unusUally large stock of the most jfetensive bolder of Floridalands land just across the road from the Bickerdike farm-occupied by my- planting large acreage of cabbage. I yield, and before planting his'lettue.I '
,-Chrittmns"good. this season and find -said to, exceed 500,000 acres.The self and family. These neighbors (M. D. Caller is one) saw the pota- beads, onion., and Irish and sweet'potatoes. he put on seventeen loads of i stable
he will not.have room for them"in his Parker firm'pu"ap.. had the largest toe. I manure and 1,000 Ibs. of a special' ,
store on' Stewart avenue cattle holdings in,the State. I saw H. C. AvanUgrow another crop ol Irish potatoes ,on that "Other commercial organizations mixture containing 6 per Cent pot., ,t
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HU land l last .''ash B ammonia and 6 f
tame May From about six acre he took in almost $1.500.He elsewhere in Florida should do the per cent percent
NE'VI rS FROM MEXICAN BORDER slid his potatoes in the field for $4.50 (No. 2s) and $5 (No Is) .same" says Mr. Powell. "The election phosphoric ,acid He, has' just !!t'." 'I:
per/ atrel--eo.t of barrel included. He was able to irrigate: his crop.Cwing is over; the frost is on the orator; planted 35,000 lettuce, plants on*, this ,d" .
1. to the unfavorable season and to tome host damage hu yield the gab is in the shock. Stop talking. field, from which lie should harvest at ."V
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; RALPH TURNER WRITES INTERESTINGLY OF LAREDO AND CON- did not come,'tip to eighty barrels per acre. The same frost killed allUie politics and talk and plant vegeta least 2,600 hamper' >*"
DITIONS 8UROUNDING CAMP LIFE-SOME POETRY AND potato crop at Hasting*-I'was informed. bles." (Continued on page 4) ,*r ,
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-- about two acres. He"had three acres of good potatoes. He sold his "
: > Teredo Tex., Nov 18, 1916, a half from Laredo. Laredo I. a placeof crop in the field for $829. That i i. not all. He ,followed with a corn Fred, DuBerry Meets Kismet In Kissimmee: *, ,
w,j .Sir. ,W. ,& Harris, Kissimmee Fla. about twenty thousand. About crop that yielded 45 bushels to the acres Then he got immediately following .
;V jV.;. Dear Friend; I have' been intending four-fifths of Ita'population are Mexicans 7 ton of.hay-off: the tame field. All on one application of -Knows and Courts ,His Bride ,One:Week' r I Ia
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It Is located
half-breads.
',to write\ ; you a letter about -our and fertilizer. He was able to irrigate his potato field. : .
x; 'army life,but have been putting it off on the banks)'of the, RU Grand There f I 'put four and-'one-half. acres in potatoe I ,went-2! : ,''"in' the --
{ until nowI. promised )fr.' Naugle are quite a"few nice) looking houses in how ,where I .thonld, have cleared at least $600. : I Florlda's only Fred D I. II"" .", ..' .,try llaj'rtver; .rte! ro*.heard ofc' .
:.1J tx*writs.him a letter for,the ,Gazette, the majority of the houses was in another part ") .)'State when the crop "was? panted and'my 'notable,in politics and musieso'i.] ,other;ten daysv so..A J **.rtht; ; !
'it but ,nave neglected. ':to',;writs,to,'him. are nothing;out ..hats some'.mad 1 of k, planting instruction were not,followed. The potatoes'were planted too. ervtse;has become.'. notable' a.*'a knightof ' 1 lees;, last*:Tuesday; rev jJnyrat: >', X '.
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: sticks"'and .strawsome!' ,of mud. and '' Cupid also": , ;. -J fxtcomlngacquaint... d,tlaywerdwsltd' '(1 :
.i Aifh* is '-'With ,the Gazette. *,,longer, ,. : I shallow-. An .unusually-protracted drouth"en.ued. and;exceptionally: : 1d'' -
:.;t ;'l-mtil write.to you Instead.. r ': .. boxesawbI..ar1'made. out, qf,goods ;i strong wind*"uncovered much..of the seed and carried-'much:of. the Right here-'in "Klsrmme.,,Ji. .i as'hueband.al'wife.VV'; ; *' a,
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eyc'Tbe Gazette ha printed"a few. \- ; ".the.f Mexicans.. pick tip fertilizer. Let*:than th -fourth* of a stand resulted, tw.JLircLof, \ .leg.* to;the:"eitadel of, a maiden'.,affections ; Mr..',and Mrs B: J'orvrin; ;.trans: 4i
'-, 'ter :"!}fromv Company! B. .mben,.but around tba."holeaaJ.hoaMa.l.: ; :; r '-, }' which grew to only half size or smaller. Irrigation: wa* possible on only, ; took, .the' fortress by storm' Michigan,, came, .to' Klsshnme ._boa,-,, V \ "I''
some ,xteat.. 'Our ,'ws'uarding the ln- "an' and. mp ned a surrender :al! wtluU. two"months ago as lessees of the Farki: ,.'
to company From had ,.
rf''wer. 'exaggerated .. acre.,. .a.Iittl oretb, a a half *cre that good irrigation T
"( ?They Intend' them to.be print d.. --. '0 .' '. .. , _- I .''I obtained..22 berreW of potatoes-despite itb'ad only three-fifth of. a" one week.'' J. /, tiMaw Ilortel" here.Shortly: aftenrii 11; -Ve an'camping''about. '., .'mile.. "and. ,(Con tinned. oa page: .I) I -',(Continued en Page'Three.) - .,.- Elizabeth i HA. Weir. and: Mr.,. (Continued oa :.Faff P'oue ift ..".
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i fAGEZ .THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY F'. GAZETTE ,FRIDAY. NOVEMBER.24, 1'M, -,

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jf\ ,A company with'$25,000( capital! has I), Contract ha. been let; to,:build.

t '. DR. EDWARDS NOWRECOMMENDS recently been organized, in; JacVson- ,solid reinforced, concrete. 'bridge ,
A -gEQY St. Cloud ville'to ,manufacture "Guava MarJelAde across ,the bay.from. Charlotte Harbor ,

i: : 'IT ., Department ,",'and put up, products made of 'to Punta Gorda lor'.the. ,'UM.of
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t S B WH..L CONVINCE ". *SMMMS* M M tMtMA4Ms lMMB4VMHI' , V ,citrus fruit. $103,081.28. !l

Gall Stones. Canes and Ulcer. of th NEWS AND DOTES OF THE "WONDER"CTTT-, nOH'OUR OWN .' - \
PROMINENT GEORGIA PHYSICIAN ,.
I Stomach and Intestine,' Anto-Intoxl- "
METs'MERCURYIfSICKENS1
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cation. Yellow-,Jaundice, 'Appendidtli NOW GIVES, MASTER SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. .N
and other fatal l ailments result from .. '
MEDICINE HIS UNQUALIFIED ,

Stomach Stomach 'Sufferersowe,Trouble, ,Thousands, .their lorn of. ENDORSEMENT. ''I Harry"' Albertson- of Warren' county, Ky.,.and are "nicely located at' "Mrs..! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE
i
to Msyr't Wonderful N, J .;who has been" on short trip Ward's, on. Pennsylvania avenue and f., ,

w j ,. Remedy.plete recovery Unliko other tot' Stomach Dr. J. T., ldwarde of Fayetteville, Sooth, spent Sunday ,I..t'wit* his 5th street: ,. I ,
any
: Roor Ga., one of the beat-known members cousin, I. N. 'Albertson,:on Maryland I Mr;and Mrs. D. IL Hilty and friend, 1",,.,
Ailment For J. Z.
saleby of the medical profession In the Stateof avenue W, Bracket* came in .Tuesday from "Dodsoi's liver Tone" Stalls Your Lher ITere't my guarantee-'Oo: to any drugstore
borson and druggists everywhere. a.nd get, a CO cent bottle f Dods ,
Y r Georgia, makes a statement that ,Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood and child Pennsylvania for the winter, Better:Tbti Calomel' lid Doesa't mn's Liver Tone Ink a,spoonful tonight
will undoubtedly produce a profound "It'n, from Connecticut, arrived hero Mr. and Mrs.. E. M., Warner, who and If It doenn't straighten'you
THE! ELORIDAMETALPRODUCtsfaMANUFACTURE. I repression throughout the South. I Wednesday In their car, for the win have been- spending the summer at Salinti or Make You Sick right up and male you feel, fine and'

"In my thirty years of active prac- I ter.Mrs. Springfield; Ohio, returned here. last hack vigorous; to the by morning stun and I get want.you your to go, "'n,
nipuFy
METAL tice as a licensed physician in the I Howell Baas wss', a business Friday.Mr. Listen to met Tab no more sick Drxlaon's Liver 'lone i. dentroyltfl i the .
U- State of Georgia,** says Dr. Edwards, /isitor here on Monday and Mrs. II. M. Bedford came in ening, salivating calomel when bilious or Hale of rnlomol 'lM-caun It is roiMllvcr' ,
CEILINGS "I have never seen anything; to equal Mrs. Chase, who hat, been spend-. last Friday from Bristol, Ind. constipated. Don't, lose a day' work I mpdl'lnl'rnf.lr..ry! vegetable' theVeWojt, ....
Calomel is or ainrkmlvcrwhich ran not salivatv or make you .ick, .,"
mercury
Tanlac as a medicine to p oduce re- Tg: the summer with ,her daughters at Veterans Hare MA Big Time." .. .. f.
causes necrosis of the Ixinen.Calomel J guarantee thnt onn spoonful 01.1)0,1.| ,
a sults.] I hear people pn all)] sides telling icksonville, came. home Monday for The Veterans Association rpet as when it come into contact KI.H'H, Liver Tone trill put your .lni(' .i
i ,- 'ef of the benefits they have derived he winter. usual on Saturday, Nov. 18, and was with sour bile crashes into it. )breaking SHEET .METAL from its use."Tanlae Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Wilson, from called to order by President W. F. it up. Tills is when you feel that a"rill Hint Hour !bile and 1 ronnflrnti. want .i
f : nauiiea find l cramping. If rou are sluggish 1 wl!u-li ia r1nfinK: roar .watetr awl. nmk-
Ind. arrived here
the talk of last Fri.
\ is simply my Elkhart] "
1w.Irt Kenney. Everybody*sang "Am rlca. ; and "aJl knocked oty." if jour log Ann foil l iriwrnbl". T frnainntce lint ,
MATERIAJACKSONVILLE town. I have no hesitancy in'recom- fay for the winter, and are pleasantly Rev. J. B. Westcott offered a short liver Is torpid and Ixiwela conHtlpnUil, 1 n bottle; of l had" TODAY AHO SPECIAL: mending the medicine; and as a matter ocated at the Conn building. prayer, and the choir sang "Glory or you have headache, dizciiwmi: cont il 1 k(<"f'| \oiir( "tin fiiiinly, farting fin Ir'I In '" I
+ top CATALOGUES QUOTATION* Ernest Mach tongue, if breath ia had or Htuitmrh sour untliM 1 Ci\e It to your children. /His \ '
) I of fact, I am prescribing it for my Mr. and Mrs. of Kis- ] Anderson read
.. . .FLA. I visitors Hallelujah. Secretary just take a spoonful of harmless. 1>0.1.IOD' J J'M.'t, . : gripe and they Ilka Us f i1 i1elra.unf
patients almost every day. simmee were here on Tuesday.Mrs. the minutes' of Acting Secretary Ma- Liver Tone On my guarantee. laele. .
"Only a few days ago a wellknownwoman J. A. Moorcland of Narcoossee for Nov. 11 and ,7o ,
i i son Saturday, same ----J '\'
1 MUSTANGFor I of Fayetteville came to me was in our city shopping on Tuesday.Mrs. ware approved. It. was announced )
and told me1 about the remarkable John Davis :was here from !'that the Church of Christ would hold .'- X' ,.f I

relief her daughter hadgained from Finney's Point shopping on Monday. I Ia I service this evening in G. A. R. ."

For Sprains, Lameness, I the use of this medicine. She said J. Z. Roberson of Kissimmec was a hall at 7:30 and one at the same place I The favorite Store of JCissimmee ,.1 '
Sores Cuts Rheumatism her daughter had been confined to her St. Cloud caller on Tuesday. Sunday at 2:30 p. m. The first num-
bed for three with what had I. N. Albertson who has been spend j
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and Heal I IIt years ,ber of the lyceum course will be the ,
t_' .Penetrate been pronounced pellagra, and that after ing the summer at East Orange, N!'J., ,Beaver Musical Club, on Dec. 18, The \
i' Stops Pain At Once usin Tanlae for a short time she and Bangor, Pa., Is at his home on I'stockholders' of the hall will meet at .

For Man and Beast was able t
road to recovery. 'A home-coming banquet will be at the halLNewcomers-
"But this is onlyone instance. : given at the New St. Cloud hotel on I introduced: Rev Bla- (

I4LINIMENT People in all walks of life in and Thursday evening, Nov. 30. :After the lock of Largo, Fla, made a very neat
around our little city are giving similar baltqu-it 'there will be dancing for I little speech. He will preach at the ' '

indorsements to the medicine. those who wish to dance. The following J Baptist church Sunday morning and -WE HAVE IT !
(I I '
I Seldom] a day passes that someone
is a list of those who have already evening. Comrade Adams of Massachusetts -
does not come to me and say something purchased tickets for the banquet: :: told how well he liked our '

about the good results] they are Mr. and Mrs. S. Rowland, W. G. King, twon. Comrade J. M. Sharp and wife _
.. getting from the use of Tanlae.. Dr. Riddle, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clark, I of Westerville Iowa, made brief re

sawniu "Several] unusual gains in weight Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Wilson; Mr. and marks. Capt. D. W. Owens and his !I. connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete
have been reported by some of ourmot Mrs. A. G. Durham, Mr and Mrs. C. brother, B. F. Owens, made short
Ens of IlU1I W. make of outfittiaf hosts aid
'' harJ. a specialty ,
I MACHINERY prominent people, and I have E. Carlson, H. E. Nylie, Mr. and Mrs. talks.
....dI. reliable
AND treated some stubborn cases of indigestion William Hall)] W. T. Angel, Mr. and I I Mrs. Hunter of Newton, Kansas, r
e N ( catarrhal conditions, and or- Mrs. G. C. Outlaw, Mr. and Mrs. S. said she was Jocatad in the Snyder >w'*
) ALL SUPPLIES ganic disorders and secured splendid Decker, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hilde- ''cottage on Wisconsin avenue, and Bed Room Furniture, Dining ;
,
results] from Tanlac. brant, Mr. and Mrs.. D.' H. Riggan, wanted to get acquainted. Her mother -
Writ.For Prices And I' Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor '
I Commenting upon this statement, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Marine, .Mr.. and Mrs. Harrington, from Missouri
Catalogue Mr. G. F. Willis, southern distributor, Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. '1 also spoke. Comrade Bradshaw of Suits Odd Chairs Rockers '

of Tanlac, said: Ed. George, Clarence Bailey, Mr. and Nebraska; Comrade H. T. Hilder- ,
"Coming from the high source ,It Mrs. J. J. Cummings, W. E. Starr, brant, Co. K, 55 Pa.; Comrade; Adams, Couches Etc.

does, and especially from a member MTV and Mrs. N. W. Ferguson, Mr. and |I Co. G, 126 Illinois, said he came from ,
of the medical profession, this Mrs. S. W. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. E. the Adams'of Revolutionary days and t,
ooo ..ooo..ooo straightforward utterance Dr. Edwards Schofield, N.' W. BeauchAmp A. S. ,that he was not a hyphenated Amer- I'
Hut steel it Hakiat a record for itself in the stattar of
is more than a recommendation. Craig, J. D_ Alexander, W. II. Shaw, ican, but a full-fledged one and was "
: PINEOLA It is triumph! Tanlac, Na- helping people! t. outfit homes. Co..d.... Oai prices are
a '
1nl it W. A.. Grim, Mr. and Mrs. Mallett, agreeably] surprised at what he saw
ture's great vegetable tonic, correctiveand Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Reynolds, Mr. and here. A. Gable of Iowa mo3eT cute right' M ,.!

a GROUND LIMESTONE system-builder, is truly one of Mrs. Montsdoca, L. E. Firkins, Mr. little talk. W. B. Churchhill 6f Bran- \
: the greatest discoveries of the decade, and Mrs. V. Clyde Edwards, 'Claud don, Vt., is a comrade who was gladto

M ;; I* Purest, Dryett, and and the best evidence of this is th3 Johnson and family, L. A. Guessaz, leave frost and ice behind him and TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS i:1:
Cheapest. confidence and high esteem in whichit 'Mr. and Mrs. William Barber Mr and enjoy our delightful climate. He madea .

STATE CHEMIST'S ANALYSIS:* is held, not only by the great masses Mrs. G. A. Bleech, Mr. and Mrs. S. very nice talk and said he was also ut

X'C O Carbonate of Lime 97.73 per cent of the people, but by leaders and pub- J. Triplett W. H. Adams, F. L. Spear, a soldier of Jesus Christ, who, he said, No Butter what Lied el am Eariae ,.. hare-Gat, Steam 1

,+ a 0 Moisture ..._.- 2.00 per cent lic men everywhere tto other medicine Dr. M. B. Cushman, Mr. and Mr. was the only commander who never Railroad Statiesiary' Eagia.-we haTe exactly the Tool:yseieed -J.:

} ) r ;0 'Sand __ _.*..__... 0.%7 percent *, has ever established the reputa- Theodore Deschner, P. Derflinger, Dr. lost a battle. Mrs. J. B. Westcott also I.! yew .everyday' -Wrenches, Hastnen, Oilers, sic. ? k';
4 4 tion Tanlae has, nor has any other received E. G.,Farris, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Morgan , told how glad the and her family were all of the beet s.aIitT;,,. wodoiaBtUp aid at prices Oat wfflsorprbe -t..
,B ; ". *' We sell DIRECT to farmers 4. the high indorsement of medical A. W. Gustus Mr. and Mrs. L. D. ,to get back among their friends in SL ye*. This store has the repatatio. 'of k.li.g eejy '

R +limestone.and other growers' .'finely] ground, .** 'men and laity." '' Frost and daughter, J\: H.,Veasey,:G\ Cloud. 'The. collection for, the' hall hardware that is of....... quality ud 1M'will Hake .. Mistake

ix O .Its analysis is HIGHER than < Tanlae 'Is'sold in. Klsslm'mee ex F. Smith, Mr.'and \Mrs.. J,, H. Fercu-"'amounted to .$5.36." This ended ,the ; hi c daI her NOW ud faupedbf. ew Lit stock '

A ant south 'of H..on-Dlxon line cluolvely',by J. Z, Roborsortj 'tn'' St. Ion. Rey. B..Westcott and family, business session and Nj P..Curtii( now . < w y ' ..,

i ae *, :We' keep in ourr, warehouse. Cloud by Seminole Pharmacy! ''cKenansville : Mrs..Alice Kreps., ; 'r'", .. i/1!',s*,,,j took hold of the social part,and gave ;," , :I 'v
several hundred.tons of ground .by/Phillips'Bros.-Adv. J.. .. Willa of Cincinnati, Ohio,,a,the'following program: :- 0
\
r ODRY. limestone-which assures'* former resident of St. Cloud, arrived i Song by the choir.
,4 prompt rihfpments.' KING OF SPAIN BUYS winter. I John Au- Osceola Hardware-Company.
here Tuesday evening for the | Violin and piano music by .
.4 We will SAVE you the mid- <
FOUR MORE OVERLANDSA The regular monthly business meet- drist and Edith Harrod. '
p t -* dleman'a profit and rive you absolutely "
O the best limestone on 'ng of ,the Epworth league will beheld Another numbej- was called for and ",,1\
E' J ,O the market high compliment to American at the home of the president, C. readily given.Recitation -
'c1 t' Our new machinery guarantees manufacturing supremacy was paid M. Arrowsmoth, Friday evening, "There's Danger In the t"j-
,
'w the finest ground limestone. - -- -
x recently by Alfonso, king of Spain, Nov. 24. ,Town," by Mrs. Fred Daviej. < 'w Pineola Lime Company I when he ordered four Willys-Knight C. C. Leister has returned from the Mrs. Dorothy Kashbohn sang "Only r+

or OFFICE in Bank of Orange care (two touring cars and two lim- North for the' wint !r. Because You Are You." "1.1

h y Building, Orlando, Fla. 4 ousines) through the European head Thomas Hunter! owner of the Eucalyptus J Miss Mildred Angel, a little-tot, recited -
'in FACTORY at Pineola, Fla. 4W quarters of the Willya-Overland Company farm, left Monday morning'for very nicely "Wake Up, Amer- May-Stout Lumber Co. t

+ O.O.O OC .OOO OOO O I ,. of Toledo, Ohio. San Francisco, Cal. ica." .

This order is all the more notable One delegate was elected from the I A. G. Durham sang a bass solo, entitled DEALERS IN ',, '

because o( the fact that King Alfonso Methodist Sunday school to attend the:(, "When the Bell in the Light-
I. ordered one Willys-Knight touringcar Sunday school convention at Lakeland house Rings Ding, Dong.; House Building Materials of all

1 I IM last spring through his ambassador his week. j Monologue, "A Trip to Chicago. ," -

at Washington. This car, especially W. A. Drawdy, Charlie Miller and by B. G. Sill."Cowbells Kinds

]) equipped with wire wheels, was W. Milson are hunting this week. I I Down on the Farm," a '

forwarded to him last April. Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck and Mrs. W. ,'ditty by Ed, DePew. Novelty Works in Connection .
Reports from Madrid indicated that I.[ Barber of Kissimrnee were St. Cloud :i By request, "Where Has My Little t
SHEETS FOR-EVERY BINDER his Spanish majesty was highly pleased Ed. DePew f ,..%
/isitors on Wedn 8day. Dog Gone, was sung by Aft ask it let
we at figure on estimttet.
HIGH GRADE CATALOGUE4PRINTING with his new purchase. Mr. and Mrs. Durham, who have Joe Burbank and E. M. Mitchell, your r;
Courteous Attention and
been L spending the summer At Durand, I Closed by singing\ "Star Spangled Prompt Delivery. :i
1 1I > 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR Mich., arrived here on Friday evening Banner."

GARLW.HILL LIVER AND BOWELS ;' last. I John M. Anderson, Secreta ';y. Phone, 21 Kissimmee i Fla. i

I Dr. Brennert of Kansas City, Mo.,

TAMPA FLORIDA 'Cure Biliousness Sick Headache..; Sour Stomach Constipation, Bad arrived here Saturday evening and is Irregular bowel movements lead to -. .... --ft- .... --ft- .... --'"- .".". 'i-;

I 1 Breath-Candy Cathartic.No i guest for the winter at the NewSt. chronic constipation and a constipated -- -- '''I'OOto.o
) 6 ; Cloud hotel. habit fills the system with impurities. oooo oO..OOO
t ooo o o.oo oo.ooo. ;
odds how bad your liver, stomach ' Rev. Gemmil of Pittsburgh Pa., arrived HERBINE is the great bowel regulator. -
or bowels; how much your head here last Friday evening and/ is It purifies the system, vitalizes RE-ESTABLISHMENT OFTAMPA +:f
aches( how miserable you biliousness lire fromcon.dpat.ion located at the Bonair house. the blood and puts the digestive or- "

fjfj pst and sluggish, indigestion bowels-you, always get B. F. Callender o( Rochester, N. Y-I gans in fine vigorous) condition. Price SPECIAL 'i

: relief with Cascarets. They immediately ,came in,last week and Is staying; for 60c. Sold by Osceola'Pharmacy.
1 1r cleanse ord regulate; the stomach the present at the Farris house. Mr.Callender .j I yov. s, SOUTHBOUND-NOV. 7, NORTHBOUND
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remove the our, tarmenting food I == d
and foul eases; take the excess bileI I is erecting a pretty bungalow SOUTHBOUND Stops only at points NORTHBOUND {1,
l ESPKIAliy[ ADAPTED from the liver matte off the constipated I on Delaware avenue, between 10th No. 91 r where time is No. 92
waste and poison I and 11th streets I .
e' .. a Daily shown y .
from the intestines and bowels. A Mr. Rice and two daughters, Miss / Daily e
For Your 10-cent box from your druggist will Miller 9:15 AM LT. Jacksonville, Fla J.
r keep your liver and bowels clean, Rice and Mrs. with her two t I Ar. 7:30 PM
stomach sweet and head clear for 'children, arrived last week from tho 10:44 AM Ar. Pal.tka Ar. '5:54 PM f.
State months. They work while TOU sleep.Grocer North to spend the winter in the 12:38 PM Ar. Sanford Ar. 4:00 PM'' '
t
.unJ J 1:20 PM Ar Orlando
ny South. OLD Ar. 3:22 PM N
.I I's D. G. Wagner and W. I. Barber of 1:51 PM Ar. Nuimmee Ar. 252,PM i"
Kisslmmee were in our city on Tuesa .. j RUBBERCOPPER 3:07 PM Ar.Lakeland Ar.... 1:33 PM ,:It

:P EE: y. ... J TIRES .BRASSTUBESr ; 3:26 PM M.'PI..t City Ar. '1:20 PM', ;a
;4 ; 4:00 PM Ar. Fla. .
Tampa
r A. B. Bate., from Akronf Ohio, LT. 12:45 PM' -1
Our 'Instrnctire Catalogue : LEAD Obeerratlod. Care'. Broiler Buffet
r eams ip last week and I. building an 1 .Parior Car

"' .. "' sad Weekly frk List CHEEKMEALSCOFFE extirisi4rr'to hfs house oh ,Illinois :ROPE-'- :SCRAP IRON ,Standard Coaches Free, RecllnJac. Chair, Can 4- '
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avenue and14th.street ": :RAGS' :BONES \

',' SEND FOR: Mr.; and Mrs A.. 11./ Protiman/and t 'T-: .' .. "' 'II- ,Effective' NOT. 7; train No. 80 trill leareTa pa'at 10:30, A.. : 'M/;. ; ;
r T11EM'TODAY'v : S son George Trowbridge"came In"last StNDITJOUS. WI AfJ11f NOiUW / ., 'VIAAtlantic ',:' '

I; Thursday from;Hill.dalai" 'Kansas',''/d;1 re. ,Writs ForPrtcdrsttA .' :
th.'winter.C.ptD'W.., \" t" : ; '' Coastir :, i "
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER :24; 1916 _:THE: KISSIMMEE'' VALLEY: :GAZETTE . PACE :3' 1j

. ' : T.-----: :
M "'' At, ,'a- recent, meeting 'in.. Jacksonville St. Xude county 'shipped upwards- "'

.1" '1' ,.... STATEjjEWS$ $ {1, of the,Woman.'* Benefit,Associationof of' 25.000-barrels) of.fish-t.ffearljr. five I, Irf
'-aor..w., _' 0. _the Maccabees,,Lakeland was million pounds-in. for.months from .,1

,Slip va. few ;Prince .Albeit . I A new bridge.is' to i be built.across,! .elected -for the ,1017 convention.> I Jonel'to. October 25. -

New river at Conner, in Bradford e

smokes into. vour svsteniF'!' . .. ._' county.,,, It-U to be,400 Sset lone, 17 '

lq 't "' Xou've .1 ,Mr '. feet wide,.*nd,of;heart, piiie" lumber, ; 'My 1IaaA: LI---C ;: d

ftfc*; \I ,i/Sr: heard many an earful about,the Prince'AlbertX, ,. ,. %
.. J"'t, patented ,that curs our bite andparct'8Ddle' you' 'oj :,:' " St. .t. k.'. Hospital In,Orlando l has .

1,1 ':. 'ii ., smoke your fin ,without: 'a'colilebackt! Stake your bank; roll that'" ; received a 'gift of ;$5,000 for the endowment -' bedroomThe'wall. . I*4 if.
.. : the '
'ft hour fund, from. '* friend In, -
.jgjr proves out 'every of the day. ,
1 + P /if :Prince Albert. has always been'; cold 'J,. North ;" bedroom- ; .. or\ her 1 rft

'' ? .[ .'IHt without"cailpors" ;Qlr>> premiums.. ,We "R'IN E'E" The McAllllltor hotel, which' Is now1In : harmonious, ..hoitld'form t. 1

preferto; ghra; quality! the.'course of erection! in Miami backround for t ''f
.. ".4' : ' : '- \ wiQ.eo.t) (375,000, Work is rapidly furniture and 1
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'Xheretis's-port .
smoking a pipe.or: rolling 1
going forward on the structure, which hangings No
-your/ Wn. but you know that you've got "h"- will C be a wonder of architectural other finish can' js' .;

S4 , .tohave.the'righttobaccol; 1 We'..tell'you BERt., beauty. equalthedelightful, t

,i .. 1/: Y'd'Prince. /A1b, rtLwilF! bang the .doors wide velvety,,effects,you w
r 'for Miami has been selected by ,Glenn can get with -
j f. open you to come in on a good time site national smoke '
Ourtlss for a big aviation, school. The "- a
;r; firing''' up every little so often, without* ,
, Famous aviator will ,move the training \
A : regret! You'll feel like your smoke: past ,. school from Newport News to Miami J\.7' '

, :' has been wasted and ,win be sorry you_cannot to be tried out during the winter ) ; i

G; 1 .- back up for a fresh stmt. .. : experiments. This city was chosen .1'
" : because of its dong stretch of beaches.
{ iN You swing on this say-so like it Was a tip to a, ---. -

;p}: n e, thousand-dollar bill! It's worth that in happiness Cigar manufacturers of Tampa are VELOUR-FINISH, X

'1 a. ; and contentment to you, to.every man considering a raise in the price of This is an oil paint that paves a''soft restful, b

\K who knows what cart be cigars owing to the demand of work- artistic finish to.walls,. ceilings and woodwork.!
men for higher wages. This is the With 18 tints to select from'' will have -r 4 t
'y ... p I gotten out of a chummy you no r;
t o t 5 jimmy pipe maldn's first time (Ln the history of the coun- trouble to find the. right one to harmonize with t
f; or a try, with the possible exception: : of the your curtains rugi and, furnishings! t ,
sir '. cigarette with Civil War, that there has been any .
{ u Prince Albert for raise Jn the retail price of cigars... . Velour Finish may:- be applied -directly.(0 plaster, WOQd'!' rk-*. *. .
I ,' orwallboardIt will wall '
.. "pack'ing"I! go over paper canvas, burlap or'any'
D ..... other wall covering.We .
'L_tldrn Following his arrest on a, warrant

i. ,.. L t.w IITIIOLDI_ ....1-TOaAcccrcd...V : .........tin..-,,.and.....tobyrt charging complicity in the Homestead guarantee this finish to becdurable\ and sanitary. If i it ".,,
.- t: k ,t 1 i. ......... ass. bank, robbery in September. R. C. .becomes soiled you can wash'it.with soap and water-' ,* .J' '''I-
lbrroar..a. ....
a to-7.
i ....twwr molts m..rg.skis.Y.a11L Paddison, agent at Punta Gorda for Let us show how Velour Finish will
.r you help beautify : r'
dsa your
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.
+ + rrdrPTO. Petoatodthat .
tho
.. 1st 30th.Ieor." That m.sssu Gulf Rsfining: Company, committed home. N 4 4U
the United Batea suicide of last
irorasaeat > on Monday week.
Op t y *' .*. by....which ranted Pitoe a patent Albert.,besr le He I. thought by many to navo been '. \ W. B. Makinson Company
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[tJ soda Aad 1y; whisk!1 a1_ asdT innocent. This
makes tho sixth death
t ,. _,....a.r..t s..i 'IE-r
Cloud'F1orlda'''
1 where tobeeee I*cold,...11 Sad as the outcome of the robbery: I KIssimmee,"Florida' ; ,St.: : .
Pr Al
; 1 O .e1.o wndaltingoi yoei
tldr
,% 11N Iem.: ,lOe: hendeenM
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, : X111 poaadandbelfpovadtlo Miss Pearl McLin, daughter of Mrs.
P
b.rnldore and .. )cLln and the late B. E. McUn, for
1 1 that clever errMaWSlaM
I'! \\ 1 1 N hnmldor,with. years Commissioner of Agriculture of .O.1..00..o'o. .
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S'e poo**-ano<*tener Florida ..oo.o.o.o..o..oO .. . .oo.oo
married in
the was Boston Mass.. ':
tob.osek
''vu : la eneb not long to J. H. >
ago, Capt. Trynor of
an..mwr
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I 'I'. ',r "r:1W : cut-off connection with the ({CHARLES ,ERIKSON' ) ... "
T Okeechobee line of the Florida East + '
L ..AI Coast railway has been'completed be- I!I Has mored" 'shop :cxt to Starlinr's Flenuag'B >11diing., I'

tween New ____u__. and___ _Matrtawn_.. n.. __ and He .is- .prepared,, ,de. .'all Idads- '.of-
I. It KISSIMMEE VICINITY fiNE fOR .IRISH POTATOES ON_ THE TEXAS BORDER direct communication has now been e SHEET METALL WORK> '
(Continued From Page One. established between New Smyrna and : '
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1' m Okeechobee. A schedule of trains for SUCH AS LARGE'WATER TANKS FOR RESIDENCES,:GASOLINE: ,
stand My prop'was Iater'by' two weeks than other potato crops: so the new run is now being preparedand q 'FANCY, CHIMNEY, .'
AND
ternattonal bridge that the Rio TANKS. FOR BOATS
spans AUTOMOBILES :
I 1 had to, ship. Yet $4.75 and $5 per barrel were obtained for 68 barrels ?
a 1' shipped to Philadelphia and $4.75 per barrel fort I barrels sent to Grande between Laredo, Texas and this week.CastorBeaW will .probably' be put into effect ; TOPS, BODIES AND CAR FENDERS; .ETC ee-aectie..;with. .Us. J

New York. Twenty barrels were sold in Kissimmee at about $330 Neuvo Laredo, Mexico. We were on ., regular work' n ""',

per barrel-no'expense' for barrels :or freight. That I lost money was guard there ten days. We liked guard uetfFaetory.A REPAIRING; TURPENTINE STILLS' 1\
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the fault of'the toil' 'the market. The fault mine that I ing theM Very much. It was interest- '
Spectator.
not nor was la the Ctoatrjr a' ..
company 'organized at St. Petersburg .
Ing to watch the Mexican immigrants pRe )
had the planting.. Or that I had not r '
personally superintended
Dot spent for come over to the -United States to will manufacture (Castor oil,and -' paIt iAiydltsig--Fr.a_ a, -, Babf, : Rat td. te, a: Lees.otrre.,
about $140 on, "croj insyrancs"--meaning! hurt a pump. and an engine make their future home.. 'They hayeto b-producta"from castor beans: Negotiations ;, Satisfaetiesi Gurstee..' -, 1* Otuftsgtasi A'.....; 4
all. y
irrigation user: Frost did not my1 crop at come up to requirements if .they are on with a Dayton .-.. '. . ., "', : '
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here last but
There were *' are allowed to come'over.. They; have (Ohio) machine factory for equipment .
not because soil.or'market. lack of eohi '
Improper planting or\\ ationrarIack'of -
,irritation.-we're 'the cauaa-mostly'th. latter., The to;-be"clean. About seven"'out,of,, ten for the plant.' St.. Petersburg's Boardof I' -
for much but for have. body lice' on them. If, they can Trade ia Investigating! Industryand '
Irish potato'is hoggish for moi.tu.ot too enough. '
The Hastings potato growers had to replant their crops last spring kill the lice, they do, so; but if theycan'ttheytaro probably will assist It. Several FOR S.A1.E-.CASH PREFERRED, : '

J Frost killed the first planting. So I was informed by a traveling fertilizer _turned back., Every persons there have planned to plant .
agent'at the time., The same frost did little dasaage. to the potato piece of baggage la fumigated before large acreages to. supply the futon: I One block' of,Five Lots in'fouth. Part of Town. ,250 f l

1 ..jitrop at Kiuiminee. '' they vaccinate allow.the it to'immigrants eo'nie over. They that have also used Every even paifof. th,'.the husks castor, which bean-can are valuable be. foot"front,'208-foot'depth. 'Rich'Muck'Soil!,.adapted for: ;1.

a r J :Mr* Parkhlfl certainly overlooked the Kissimmee section. No one for fertiliser. Truck Growing. ',inch fall to city.ditch. .
knows of him having been here. Certainly had he included this locality not been vaccinated before.We Banana or' .Eighteen ,

w"P'd in his investigations h -would have found thousands of acre. of are now back tt our old camp. At Make your home pay for 1 itself. '
We have to drill one hour In the morn- Arcadia Judge Whitney, of the I.
well better than" does the -
, |land hat would produce Irish potatoes as or Tenth .
:i"" Hastings section. ing And an hour in the afternoon. On Judicial Circuit has! refused to Apply VALLEY GAZETTE., I '
issue a mandamus writ against De-.
, More than that: The Kissimmee section is 150 miles south of Saturdays We stand inspection, and Soto's
! Hastings. Therefore Irish potato crops are far less liable to frost nothing to do until Monday. that county commissioners to stop ,-, N '
v county's bond issue of T
$760,000
+? damage in Osceola county than they are in the Hastings section (St. Jwe have been having: some cool for hard roads. '
weather here lately. Cold at nights\ MID-WINTER IDEAS FOR THE HOME DRESSMAKER
; '< ....., Johns county). '
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)f, t and hot In the day-time. We had
N POSTSCRIPT. quite a bit of frost night before last.I For tuck after; examining*' It carefully and

fa The Valley Gazette's>ditor has many statements of fact to make think when we get back all the He concluded well the place was too dry for The McCall, e
'I& to tentative or prospective agricultural settlers in Florida concerning boys will be boosters for Florida. Out I a helL .. "
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t) i the agricultural, horticultural and liv .ltdck conditions and advantages here now we miss the shade trees. II Book ofFashions ,
.. a in the vicinity of Kistimmee and in Osceola county generally; we have a desire to sit in the shade, I Ho The hit J..rd order promised to get It the off devil his hand to water '

[' ,', For directness and for expression: : these statements'will we*-have to get> in our tents. It tookus For the he had land some, water. or rather some "I

r, be made in the -. -I. quite a while to learn that a mes- drrr* . ,"
brevitYlf quite bush wasn't shade tree. A regular; cathartlcf that smelled like .1;
I Their publication is own i initiative and in hope that a bad ""lfa. t

!they may assist the / welfare of this community and Where we have orange trees, oaks, Hence the trade; was closed the deed Winter Quarterly
P. its county. and other trees in Florida, out here was given, X I a,
t '1 Emphasis is placed: on; the fact that they will NOT contain any they have cactus, mesquite and alkali And In the heaven Lord; went back to his home 1 p.aellf.i d..nla-na i'.1I1..tr. .t'

f,:; FICTION. Whatever is written shall be written in the spirit of TRUTH dust The dust' gets so thick dome The that devil la Bald neededTo to himself: "I'll have all rt .... In the t "
' -will be based personal observation and times that a fellow can hardly make. wood and hence wars rlrh colors r
on personal experience: : oa a hell he i I severed *>r. '.....* ,
!11 Ak other sources of information KNOWN to be reliable. There will. not be't breathe. succeeded ,4 T a.i' tar .-.....'...
t t4; 'rl any lies nor any buncomb=for two reasons: \ Down at our camp near the bridge, He the began tree by, putting thorn all over The ...' .U.... .I
1. The men who control' the Valley Gazette are opposed to mak- we could hear the Mexican bugle calls And mixed up the. sand with million t tlv vnrlrly .r ''
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of n..aa .1. r--
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settlers. but so far as seeing soldiers, we have
false
I i! ing representations to prospective He scattered tarantula along; the hewn In many
-! 2. object to "peddling bUnk"or to writing contrary: to my personal seen a few, but nothing to tell; any- Put t irml thorna. on cactus' and horns on --... "
. "1 convictions. My editorial resignation would be tendered forthwith thing about them. They sure have toad : '

' were that demanded of me. This is not because of superior virtue. some pretty bugle calls. lie lengthened the horn of the Texassteers HOW! ON MLC ;;
but because it is for individual to deceive There are a lot of pretty girls here. i ; i 1
,.: : poor policy a newspaper or an And put an addition to the rabbit's The MiCallWinter
people-especially where investments are involved. Also because but it is like looking at a bunch of ears. .j;
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He little devil in ...
put a the broncho
k my livelihood is not dependent on any editorial or reportorial job. pretty cows, (they can't talk) that .is teed.. '
M For these two reasons prospective settlers in Florida can rely upon they can't understand our language. I' And poisoned the Sect of the centipede Book :

,'1 4 what the Valley Gazette publishes about crops, soils etc.. in Osceola Roy Graves and myself have just The tings rattlesnake bite* you the scorpion t ;J.
I : ,
d county returned from a hike. We were out The 4qulto .dollght you with his of Fashions :

.,,', Articles to follow will deal with this sections adaptability to producing of camp all morning taking 'pictures. The bulling sand-bur wing* prevail: and so do the 1 .... { ,'"rf
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,_jt ,strawberries, sugarcane fruits cattle staple crops and;! vegetable Company B I. in good health, but And ant those. who sit down "need half- ,... 0ftI7 2Oe. I

:;. (truck) crops. Frost, drainage weather malaria other diseases of course feel lonely every now and oles on their pant. / -: McC.Il .PwtOTi Mo. 7519 M.OJI. P-t-.No. 7491 -(. _.it Jtf ... .)
.i' mosquitoes building costs, selection of lands,."etc., also will be topics. then. We are anxiously awaiting the The devil. then said that throu..houtI I Tranilcr JDtaisa No-TOI Traaafcr Design. j8s . ,T' :-
'''' Failures will be described: too-how and why they were failures. time when they say the Second Flor- the landHe'd
arrange to keep up the devil'sown Includes a FREE COUPON for rear choice of any McCALL PATTERN
r ,Some farming settlers .have failed in, Florida-then have gone ehej ida can fro home. I brand '
where. This leaves Company B in good And they all should'bore be mavericks unless A. S. GILBERT . K1SSIHHEE,.. FLA.

./, health and feeling'! fine. Marks or scratches. of bites and thorns
l r I' .:: Best regards to all, your friend, by the score. -- ,- _. - ,..- ';
The heat In summer Is one hundredand
:Build; Up for Wintei RALPH, TURNER.. Too :hat ten.for the 'devil and too hot for .. .o ... ( O .O ..O. . .O..O.... .. .. .. *

"*, : HELL IN'' The wild boar roams through the black
v TEXAS
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.' '"" Clear,out ,the congestion! ;that has disturbed your The devil In hell wa'ra;: told "' .__h.ln.d. 'I fhls chaparral Is a hell of a_ place' that .he ,has INSURANCE :and REAL, ESIATf: ,:

;c'ti ,..'1'.J-' -Q.% 'II' ,:. breathing.and weakened your, digestion.and reinvigorate -( And, malned. a thousand' years" ba"* there, r..-J fora, he.ll. ', .. *: C **'.. .

: r..l\., all the bodily processes to do'their full He, ''n.lther.complalnecl.: , . .- nor. did, bi, f A ..oi.DIBa'SUJPRAVBB.a ." '.-, <,l tU5 insure your Life, your. Hralthrjour. : .. Propertyyi ., n
.\1: '. 'ahare,in cold,weather;.and thus build yourself, up.1 But srroan.determined." ,to.start i P'bell of In*"','
."s' *..: to,perfect;health. '"- - - .' S ) >. 'gown,,,. *, .'__, 4;;. : *.: k' Bled Fight for for my my Country;: ; ." "Information. ' .i in regard: to pi opt rty;for' ;. "', .,
i \ ,- : ,PERUNA IS INVlGORAtlONIn.atsnwasti Where h. could. tofinentSthi' >' i!* ".eve my' 'Cocrn'-; \ >.ale and.che.erful'y..gh'en.-_ ,
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men* *- -1 >* '1.Ever i iWar fret.Through.,)!! b'J'hl
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M.......iora.It.....barer..--.we....w.;;. ..1br..w.rrsyshyell a..eney...u s.b.4 ihaussad.A.Their," w!' "1'1.en when be made this laml.Th .' :a ...... _' L. ; oJ ,' '''' :' Wellktipwn: '
. the /w. rM. f'DUNA.' ... tJoo, i Lord: saldi : .'. I C n
sgrirw YAM> way . "a. TvJ bv--plenty on .R. the bowels when they fan '
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y _tIoo......;;.a p1aM.Mawau- .. J rlddit ii.eown.,.rt'.: ; :: : ;"an \ HOMB.I IRE.INSURANCE, ot:Now York. ,
if'.ct But Rlo-arande lb lItP ve properlyvITERBINE"'U, '
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,//I... KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .. FRIDAY MBER'u."ni '
>.1' FACE THE --r ,

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concefved, 'the idea',"thatcomplete' Valley Gacette reporter that,he bad, Praises Kissimmee- I
't r'f'r THE KISSIMMEE.. YALlfY GAZITTEUmmvH (jkltchen in connection: with the school Fred DuBerfy Meets Kismet t "flopped" out of the Democratic par. Mulberry Editor

F4 : 4 would conserve their time and add ma. ty, Mr. DuBerry laughed and, said: :Band Out Criminal Omission;
Points ;
I ......... "..r7 Prl4ayI : I
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Yes but i
.. ......1_ terially to the efficiency of the county ; flopped ck..age1n. *
,}f' 0.\ ".u. (Continued from Pago.One.), ., v ,.. . :.>. .
;j IwrtBMBM Fla. agent. They ,were fortunate in having voted fr'Kott, : and"-the other Democrats. ,.----, L ,' yg'trating
.1,; W. .. HAJARI* .-. ..o.YNAONW '! the co-operation of t their. schoolteacher Weir, from West Branch, Mich. and ." '.' -- The front offioi force of the Herald the people; 'ttie j!n.lghborhict.\ -
.
0..... Miss Lilian''Prentis: and of whom they had known( since her babyhood When asked It'' the civic marriage had the .pleasure ,of visiting the towns and-cities, would" I be a. good 'i.stmeat6j.the -

.t ..>. !lptlOneCopr .. Rat_. their parents and patrons of the came for an extended' visit with were to be followed by"'a: religions city of Kissimmee last Sunday and.llt ,. : dty; :' Usaimmeej. .

; ., On. Y.ar ............ $!.(. school, so little difficulty was expert them-Juet to see Florida and to be ceremonial, Mr. D.sBerry-beamed on was a pleasure indeed to'be there, :to 4:. program", should?:: be y'printed in, the

',0' On Oi Copy.Copy Tbr eix! Month* Month.*...........:.... 1.00:.7* enced in procuring the cooking utensils with ,jher'friends in their new location. hi.' questioner and aaid, "Judge Mur listen to its coed band ahd .to. see the Valley Gamette. "ea.eJa".ek..- Ifs a crime.: .r-4

; and cabinet, but the stove-that. Ten days ago she and her future phy's performance is good enough for happy faces of both young'and odd aa 3 omIt It... '- "
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All communication, xoept from our I husband were introduced. It was a time ,with the mask .1----i ., 1 .,
.' .utborts.d oorr.apond.nta. mutt bal seemed *vdifferent problem..f 90 solve. me. Wouldn't it be for you? Theroportd they stepped -
.Ien'Rejected; by th matter. writer.will not b.. returned Finally Mist Smith the county.'agent, case of "love Et first sight" with Mr. voted ."ae." rendered. The one thing that'esplscii .C.mmont ,,\ ,

,!n'.e .oa1 Od (or.Bnt I wrote to W. W. Zachery'manager' for DuBerry, and be laid such ardent Scientists ,assure us that marriages ally attracted our attention was the Not the Valley Gazette's. .fault,, 'i

F the Standard Oil Company at Jackson siege to the young, woman that he infected between black-haired:. ;and f red-haired fact that about ..btears, bearing the Btotb.rF.urlicht. Effort wai made "

; m*(., Flordla..r4 In.as th..Poatoffle eond cla*;*at* matter.KI.elm-1) vUIe, telling him of tfte efforts of the her also with the love germ persons nearly always re.aqJt"bappil'J!< tag of Orange eomty were.noted If to get -the program,for publication,:

,- club. Mr. Zachery immediately replied and imparted to her his roseate visionof Wherefore wedded 'bliss will'attend the band didn't do anything else, at. buttheWUflOthdg-EdlOr.t :, ,
"; connubial bliss. -------------------
: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, Itl'ii' that he was sending them a'stove Mr. and Mrs. DuBerry. For the
( So last Tuesday Nov. 21, the enamored -
,
; by express, prepaid. This has now arrived groom, while'not absolutely redheaded Cat Congratulate Wilson STATE, BANK. DS .'
went to
NEWSPAPER INF UENCE. and a corner of the school building couple quietly County is close enough to peas as such. .
will be transformed into a model Judge Murphy's office and obtained a Both looked as happy a,. June bugs. As soon as President Wilson's reelection -

Up In Bradford county the. LakeI kitchen, though in a community as marriage license and were married u-Mtting on a 'sweet-potato vine. seemed assured, Governor. MORE DEPOSIT BOXES*
instanter and on the spot by the judge Elect Catts of Florida the following
sent

I'fc'.icltations!
I for Catts are pouring in on the
Butler Times was strong progressive as Union Center, it is

': ,) but Lake- Butler voted for Knott. The j I probable that the plans may grow to himself.on the Their quiet} ,*marriage* as neither was bride"strictly nor-:I newly-weds, in which the. Valley Gazette former congratulatory at Washington telegram: to the The State Bonk of this dty is .I Installing -,

Bradford County Telegraph (Starke) 'Include a separate kitchen, which friend heartily joins. a nest of safety deposit boxes,
intimated to
had or
was strong. for Knott. but Starke votI -I would still greater facilitate the work. groom their matrimonial any in- I Mr. nnd Mrs. DuBerry will make Hon. Woodrow Wilson, Washington, for the accommodation-their depositors -
ed for Catts. Wherefore the Times acquaintance Kiasimmee "home" throughout. the N- D. C.:Having just been honored by in the bank.,

editor gays to the Telegraph editor: tentions.Mr. I main.Ic-r) : of this winter, with qua 'teJ' the citizens of Florida' as their next .I
Two
nests of these boxes have
been .
and Mrs. DuBerry intended to '
'UNITED .
"It's done been proven to us good BRETHREN in the Park hotel. chief executive of the State, I want
j in the bank for time'and
keep secret their wedding as long as Iin use some -
and strong- that newspaper influence to send to you my best wishes upon
the growing demand' for this
ain't worth a cuss. Say Gene, let's possible; but Judge Murphy asked the your re-election, and believe, as we t convenience
PASTOR ARRIVES! CATTS PLURALITY is,
groom if he and the celebrated musician 9211 now being 'multiplied. The
rent, a two-hosg farm and get out of are working in a common cause, forth 'third nest is
and politician DqB'erry'were composed entirely c f the
the business." best interests of our people we
,
Whereupon the Raiford Tribune Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Butler are new identical; and Mr. DuBerry had to Completed and official canvass of will keep in close, sympathetic touch I large- lze boxes. The entrance' to the -

and : residents in Kissimmee. They come "acknowledge the corn." That was votes cast in the Nov. 7 election for for the next wour years. ,vault is so arranged that customer.:
spruces up says
from in northern Indiana. too good for the judge to keep all to Governor of Florida shows: I are not required to pass through the-
"Not so fact on that inftuence.There'll Laporte, (Signed) SIDNEY J. CATTS,
another In Brad- The Georgia-Florida Conference .of to himself-of course. Total votes polled ________.... 82,879S. Governor-Elect. '|I bank in order to have access to the

ford county."Raiford newspaper I the United Brethren Church In Christ' Mrs. DuBerry is a petite, vivacious, J. Catts (Dem.) received. 39.553 In interview with '-,boxes, and a large desk is ,conveniently ,
an
and attractive brunette, about 5 feetin W. V. Knott (Dem) received newspapernvsn I ly placed for their use. ,
Mr. o-the 80,342
cast majority vote for I recently appointed Butlerj at the ftme he sent this telegram, I .'
Knott' in the primary. The Tribune pastorate ot the United Brethren height and weighing apparentlynot George W. Allen (Rep.) rec'd 10,333C I Mr. Catts declared he was delightedwith

believed Catts to be the rightful nominee church at Union Center, about five : more than 115 pounds. Appar- :' C. Allen (Sot.) received._ .2,460 the indicated success of Mr. Wilson -i I .....,.'
ently she is about 25 years old. Noel A. Mitchell received l lCatts' AN
and started out on that track, miles northeast of Kissimmee. -r- in the national olertion.lie. I ,
asserted -
i with the result:- Catts got 134 and Mr.: Butler's pastorate extends to She is 1 a daughter .of Mr. and Mrs.R. I'lurality'over' Knott.9tll he had always been and will I :

Knott-46 votes here in the general I, Kissimmee and other vicinities contiguous B. Weir, her family being welltodo In the election of Nov. 7 thePe were continue AT IIIGHKST PRICES -
I to be a Democrat. : '
election. I to Union Center. He intended : and prominent farmers in the West 693 fewer votes cast than in the primary I I tL".rat ...1.6), '

"A week after the present editor of making his headquarters at St:, Branch (Mich.) section. Her father of June 6.. The primary vote Iks Oslsbii Tart Deal Not Affect' 'Tks .Neal ,, N I
di.ed about She is Bee..M of IU tonic cad Uxctlr Coon Hides Skunk
the Tribune reached Raiford an election Cloud, but the conference officials ad- seven years ago was 83,572. TIVH BROMO QUININ*I. b.tt.rth.effect.. LAXA-I I ,
to open Railroad street was lost. : vised that he live in Kissimmee instead a young woman of considerable educa- Catts received 9,461 more votes in Oulnlne ..4 doe. not cause *_.nee ..ortin5iog Hides, Fox Hides, Y.
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Another election was called and the i as being more centrally suitedto tional and musical attainment. In the election than in the primary. Ills V>ok iv In the heed ticnetar, .nnnnbftthe* of K. W. fall OHOVK.turn*u.o. Opossum Hides, Otter

Tribune went to work, with the result: the discharge of his ministerial du fact, it is suspected that the musical primary vote was 30,092-ftr't! ch-'re.. '-HidesDon't '

The election carried, 42 to 8. I I ties. The famous drinking water here attainments and sympathies of bride Ki.ott gained 5,622 votes over the TIME TO ACT -

"Th Tribune bent Its energies to'' was an inducement, also, to residencein and groom were a large factor in theirlove 25,720 first choice votes he received Sell Without Showiif Far t.

one candidate for the primary, with Kiss mm : \ the result: A candidate whose election -I I Rev Mr. Butler will conduct religious Mr. DuBarry Is a versatile and talented The total number of registered Kidney Illness. Profit Kiasinmee ,
He is the Kimball By -
personality. Democrats in Florida l I. 135,000.
looked a little dubious when we services at Union Center every .
People's Experiences.Occasional I
: started active work won over his opponent Sunday morning r.nd night-11 a. m Piano Co.'s (Chicago) traveling representative '

by nearly 2 to 1. |and 7:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor in this part of Florida.He OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL NEWS attacks of backache, Irregular -

., "The stuff that has influence must meetings are to be at 0 p. m. every is a composer of some note in the urination, headaches and dizzy

contain good, sound judgment, coupled Sunday. Weekly prayer meetings will realms of music and verse. Among his School: JournalUtolakean.. I spells are frequent symptoms kid. Shop Early

with convincing1argument and enthusiastic bo held Wednesday nights at 6:30: compositions are the "St. Louis The subscription list to the Uto ney dil orders. It's an error to neglect

'push, and must be founded on {o'clock. World's Fair March" and the official lakean, the High School paper, in these ills. The attacks may pass off

St truth, (Consistency, and honesty. I The new pastor extends a cordial Democratic campaign song of 1912- creases. The Board of County Ccnmissionera for a time but generally return with I -
"The Tribune is invitation to everybody in Union Center "After Woodrow Wilson Takes His greater intensity. Don't min *
delay
no great city daily, placed an order with the a -
but in,'its own circle, .which is constantly and adjacent communities. to attend Seat." Mr .Wllson endorsed the tatter management for 400 copies to be ute. Begin taking Doan's Kidney You are cordially invited -

widening, we can say, without any or all of the services at his !, song and sent his autographed mailed to addresses in various pcrts Pills, and keep up their use until the to make our store your Holiday >

boasting or fear of contradiction, it church. photograph for its cover page. of the country with a view to interest- desired results are obtained. Good'' ,, -
bas' influence." I| Pastor and Mrs. Butler desire it Mr. DuBerry has achieved promi- Ing possible homeseekers in this vi- work in Kissimmee proves the effectiveness H dquarten.

i You have said something Editor known that they would be pleased to nence in Florida politics also. In 1912 cinity. These copies will be paid for of this great kidney remedy. We

Lewis; but you have not said enough. become acquainted with members of he was elected on the Democratic out of the publicity fund, for it Is'the .Mrs. H. Salver, 816 Church StL, now have on display

Th Valley Gazette writer knows cpn- the United Brethren denomination in ticket as one of the S ate's six Prfegf-! { opinion of The board that no' better Kissimmee, says: "My kidneys bothered many articles suitable for '

siderable about great newspapers in these vicinities, and also with other !d- ntial Electors. Hjs political'repu'iatlon advertisement for a community exists me for several months and I had
.. .ift.-&t all
great eltles,- and he'know positively residents or visitors here. They are is State-wide, but in Tampa
that.. the.averagecountry, newspaper residing at theJ. A. Payne home at his "home town and A' number improvements are now only by sheer will power that I kept Our line of Christmas

-n h.. far more influence (in proportionto the northeast corner ,of Rose avenue county, he has been particularly activeand being'considered for,, the paper and it on my feet. The kidney secretionswere :I Cards,

its circulation) than baa almost ang2.eatit ,. an&EmmetttreeL, -.,' . prominent, in Democratic politics.. probable that ,early editions, will. unnatural and most of the time t Fold r..Dd, Gift Dressing

..daq.J.; ? r. ,J. t:1: l t l :' : Last summer, however' ; .be'created show a more artistic cover'and 'a cut could. see dark spots floating befo..1 the most Complete in Klsstm
TIIOLIC "
ROMANC '
SERVICES. stIr the fl
.The. ,to. quite a political by "bolting" ,
: "country"newspaper Is closer pf the school building may replace the my eyes. My sight was more

the people, it ,is more of the people, Religious i I instruction' at 3 p.; m'Sat. party and announcing his' Intenvion picture of' Chief .O.ceol8.. ,Among affected., ,I used Doan's Kidney Pills mee.. '

and li'i, more honest than it the av-.-' urday. Nov. 25. v ,* (,**}jni>' of supporting the Republican State the.'minor;;changes.may'be,cuts''used and it was but a short time before I ,

:f... rage,city, newspaper\ ,;Jt ismore, honest -'c Devotions *and.confession at 1:30, p. ticket:'-This because of hIs antagonism to 'aeparate the departments.School was over the trouble. They seemedto Select TOUr gifts ,andcardV] s '..

from choice,and It; has to be more m. Saturday.' to what he denounced as "the religious r- be just what my system required." now, while stock E incompleteWENNERSAWYER '' ) .
h
readers trust it more. Any other services will be announced had won the Democratic nomination Plans are now being made by the !simply ask for a kidney remedy-get

;Any 'newspaper's influence will\ be at mass. for Governor-Mr. DuBerry's. religIous members of the High School to givea Doan's Kidney Pills-the same thatMrs.

measured according to the degree in The officiating priest will be Rev.M. affiliations being. Roman Catliojic. play at an early date, probably be- Seiver had. Foster-Milburn Co.,

which it takes the people's side on ,. Fox. c. fore Christmas.. when the! nrCW'-.ia Props., Buffalo, N. Y. I COMPANYKISSIMMEEFLORIDA
public questions.- Perhaps this When reminded last night by a will be r-------
explains LAYMEN'S MEETING.The devoted to the library fund.
.
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe
the confidence which its readers Adequate reference books
are greatly :
Laymen's Christian Union of Old Standard general. trenethenitis tonic '
till AJfo repose in the-Raiford Tribune's advice. Kissimmec will meet next Sunday af- needed in many of the classes, and it GROVE TASTKLKSSchlll TONIC. drtvee out 114 Dr........,.
MRS. J. LGAINED REDMON Kalerla.eiirlchei toe blood end build upibe
: is with this need in mind that the r-
"Suill\ Counting'n'o Place./ temoon in the Methodist Sabbath ten A true tonic. For adalta and children ,90c. I-- .
1 plans were first made. Miss Almena
school Brother
rooms. Skinner will beth
says a headline in Wednesday's Tam-
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pa SullL Times.First Wonderful we ever heard person of, that who I I Cordial leader.invitation is extended to all IWENIY-SIX the Leitner play.Automatic, .English teacher, will direct ... ..

men and boys to attend nnd to i i ; ;;;
could be in two places at once. help r.
.. I I us make this an exceedingly! interest- Clock Installed.The ,Classified AdvertisementsTO .r

"Life is the art of getting a living," '' ing. meeting. POUNDS ON ANDESWas Western Union clock recently

ays one Kansas editor. Valley Devotional Committee. I installed, in the High School building .
xjhe i is e.ee8., .e._ _ _._ __ -_ & & & !aaSaaa tasa ssssss .
now considered - " rrr -
Gazette would like to kno what a necessity insteadof -

some of its readers think of that RALLY DAY AT CHRISTIAN ..a convenience. It IB placed just EXCHANGE-Motor-bo-\t (3- I FORSALKEXCELLENT

: definition of ")lte." CII URCII. an Invalid For 18 Months- opposite the main entrance: "whereall horse power) for dairy cow. Or SUBURBAN HOME;
Rally day services will be held at She Could who run read." The will sell. Enirite in first-class condi-
- Thought Not may quotation on high sightly
ground fronting:
; tion. Mrs E. E. Wells, 104 Possiel ; -
Mr. Knott telegraphed his the Christian church Sunday morning, is especially apt for the occasional
the
congratulations Live Long avenue. Telephone 242. 41-tf east; nice, well-built, new bungalow -
] to President Wilson. Nothing Nov. 26. The program will )bo: as follows belated pupil who make strenuous finely furnished; good out-

doing in congratulations to Br'er : efforts to reach his room before the FOR S4LE One-fourth block, ith buildings; 8 large lots and five acres: -
Catts, however. Christian forbearance Chorus-"Rally Beneath our Ban- Seven Bottles of Andes Restores fatal "tardy" gong. : small house; two blocks from courthouse splendid land adjoining, in fine till-

has its limits. ne"cholr.p Her to Health As the clock automatically l sets the I on corner of Verona street age. Boat of reasons for selling.
Responsive reading-96th Psalm- hands hour and Clyde Will sell
every absolutely correct avenue. cheap. Owner says "SELL," and some one
superintendent and school. You can tell them that It has restored time is the result. These clocks are Apply to M. C SNER,- 609 Mab. will get a fine home at a bargain
HOME EXTENSIONDEPARTMENT Chorus-"Forward! Forward! Army me to health. again and of all let out on a monthly rental of one dollar bette St. 47-4t
of the people that have made. otntement price, with city advantages, yet enjoy -
JeaulI"-scbool. about getting benefit from Andes, I and this Is being paid out of the the fredom of life.
By E. r=. Wells. believe I FOR SALE-One 3-drawer Cabinet country
Prayer-superintendent. have the mont cause to be premium money won at the Five- Come
let
The week Song "To thankful For I thought I would not National Cash Register, one Bur- us show you.
past was a busy one for Thy Dear Cross"school. County Fair held at Orlando last
be living long\ and the doctors did not roughs Adding Machine FINE HOME on one County Agent Miss Albina Smith, who give me any encouragement. season. one large
Is In charge of the Home Extension Reading-"Each Child Is a Rose- Thla remarkable statement WIIH,rnarte Iron Safe, one 26-horsepowcr FerroEnlf.ne streets of the city; pretty corner;
by Mrs. J. I... Redmon of Raleigh. N. FLORIDA two nice bearing'fruits; delightful home-
work for Oiceola county, and the'' in- bud In Somebody's hieart"smallchild. C., for more then 18 months. she con- FARMERS CAN REAP. 6-horsepower Gray like
eluded,trips to Shingle Creek, to Center tinued; I had to practically live on (Continued From Page One.) Motors, one Naphtha Launch, onepair place; pretty yard and every-
nothing but milk and breajkfnat. fo Park ,
to Kisstmmee Park Song "W .
; ; and to Are So "The
Happy lettuce
Today"primary being bothered IVA" vlth\ *- will come off in January ready for and
: Ste: Cloud. Work for the past year is class. tomacbtrouble, that kept l rirupxliib. i and'a crop of Irish potatoes will one pair Trucks, one Office Chait,, real comfort( pleasure. A.
being closed preparatory to opening Recitation-"The Rainy Sunday"small me down until I war harJl.;,' nOL. .::i.:: then be planted, followed by another one lot Sheeting, two fresh MilchCow.e. bargain. Or wilt'exchange for
r a living kflcton" I flirt no* p-pi - Kansa's worth'the '
property
'account : All cheap for cash. ROSS money
for
M new the coming fteasan.Clrls boy. strengthening rent at night and ulniiMvtmf crop of corn. '
,Snd Exhibits to Arcadia.At ong'-"Loyalty and Lov "choir. no energy for anylhl .g. 11' Za.". "The lettuce from this GRAVES. 45-tf Price, including nearly ,half 'acre>,
'. I spent moet of the time In )" 1, "",t acre and a ,well set to strawberry.plants,.'enly '
"
the clo.e'of' the 'lIhorf RedtaUon-"Booet"-lImall : ,
; cours boy. (Id not take an Interest In any thin... quarter should net over 11,000, and FOR SALE-G.
for; ,the cannlng clubs of the county ak1ndIy' Song ."Make the World Better All My color wan bad. and It just looked thepresent prospect is for big prices C. Conn Bb cornet, 14,000. Favorable terms. This. wilt. C
like that nothing on earth could dom with "C" attachment Practicallynew suit you. | ..
*suggestion-* ,made' that' a Around You"-echool. ota_ potatoes }In the spring." x f-
any good or ilvenme up. -
'> 'box' of?'good things;'be sent'from the Short address. by-pastor. Strange things happen In this world Such distances of crop rotation in and will sell at a bargain. B. .FOR \EXCHANGE. '" J

'exhibit:t i.the'. Baptist' Orphans' Home. Chorus. -:"Forward: Be Our WatchW6fd"r today add the change In m* !."'certainly ,Florida can be.multiplied indefinitely. .M.. KNIGHT, Valley Gazette qlJ e. NORTHERN CLIENT 'ownsrOOrn., 'f
< ons of them for Jt baa rbenonjy ,
at,Arcadia*, This,*met;.the approval : 'Icbool. about a "'ontb0\' that I was FOR SALE-Ford tourh1g'ear, Just house and 53- cni tract of land the I\

of all sad each girl vied with the"oth- ,mail. girl.! . .BO bad. off thai _none, 'ot my. tamtlf'"expoote. MOTICH :TO_CHHPITOBS,, overhauled' and put in perfect order. two are worth 'fS.OOO; favorable ;!,
me to 11 And nowte think '
..rI'Jn-elecUng, : :'choices, -of, the Memory :?eclttiop--Pyoy.: all-8- that,) am a.will womaiv again, 't auram *. 1ST. COVRT, OSCKOL.A OF 'COUNTY.COUNTY-JUDOB.". Ha crown fenders, '.tr aDf-tine lerms; or will exchange forTOMBCiror '
STATE r
"goodieV*/ for"the.inmates" that' in- small gIrL : .. nappy, -,I have taken only sv abottlea . Oklahoma' < -
.,\ ...: -- ti r KLORIDAv. < hood, practically; new tires.< Can property.. Also tlave,4J Ir
;ftitotlclii 'iThi. boxlwsv* packed Tu Chorus-' ".BatUe.,1"Ie ". hoi,. ol.'thU,: ABOM and my''w.lghL' ,n_ .. Kta: .* mf )M.ryI.. Latta.Toall good -Indiana farm .. r-:
:t f. ,. 'I gs < I baa gtute: up II pound Ail ot my -' be seen:at 901 Mabbette street. 49-1 ? ''owned: l>y :'
.%'dayy Chorus-"vTis:; Loyalty.,and',.Love" drMM had to be let oat".so 1 could creditor lesratees' '4latrlbqte _, ;Florida,man;':who'will.' x banc. fV' 9

,. CestesPark'GfrII:"- : -- (" "\ :\ " glfla'. classes. ? ,,, .ad we .th.tool.strong. ....11t! *heartily.I .did *sl** I>good,1 -.<.d.m&nd."all against persons said havlmr estate' claim: or BARGAIN-For sale cheap" cash oreasy ,,Florida", property.! :., WewiU: 'I'fvl ffflr-' '..!
club of : Prayer of dismissal.f- aa reara.aco.. > fToo.. ana each of you, are h r.bjr payments: splendid slightly particulars ? ,
The canning t1iC.nt4iPark don't mind you. publishing this as it notified and required to present any M Interested.partiesCWe: '
;'school js'rejolclng'ove: .the'. *va1.0 'Everyone la cordially invited to attend :- la plain simple t..u."cy." < claim. aod demandswhicla', you,, ror used piano. 'Address. FRED DE solicit correspondence.!.' Free bookr;
,
lth r- of you 'Ka.v-against. "
An.Ua '"Th Master -VedletaaT>l bat may i the '
L '. beautiful :.-burn.r'Pecton ,thia; service,.which:win be a continuation aeeompllahed so much for ,.,.... Red : tat* of Mary U.. Latta, dec.aa.d. l Ct. t'' BOISE, Kisimmee-, Fla.49lpd : :let to any on.-Int iest.d.: '' v/: '," -

'olt.ton wlth'oven'eomplete which t* of the S. S., So ,'come early ma*. ,sea _t:e-; obtn.dlAt; :,- > of d.r.tgn.d o.c.ola I Count.eeu&or.,. Florida'of said to'-the..etato"on- FOR'SAJ -'-Twohorses; to;b :dis- .NELSON, .REALTT' coPuJx4 -
: \. part 'of U ldtchew'sKiuipment they and enjoy, the.entire I program.' ;; Come Kiasimmee at Corner' Dtu&rStore the within$ two year. from th. dat hereof. .
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'! ; f this. club 'Ine,:com* aiL ezclatlvo . SILAS ,LATTA..Ii .- : ppl.to'.JIi '
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F.r. TM H55IMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE 'Fresh'-oyster*,.:Sanltnry''Market .. - . < ":conducted f- T.r.7', services-. .-frem'the-"

.. fi"I ; rre.........w.. ith. t ': 1 'II: 1l'Cnege,and''.'hire: .#. Farrcei) B a 'I" .;. i/ LECTURE.)::;TON t ICHT? home and the 'd.c.sedai., buried la, "' ;
J'J7YI. Rose, ,IUcemetery.\ [ .- &* \f** fferings -
} Gregg of 'St. Cloud spent-yesterday
;$ffjJ; ** I JN bU h* l Every: Frida :. : oNPAPAL'POUTICSw rlends
sent
% _J 7' t sympathising: {
Imm. .
visiting In.K'-'
.' "',. .. iuttru a ,.. vAn .QIf* d i ,JL\ Ji'AR.'i' .... were unusually.beautifuL, _,
'C:
...'.' .FFeeli.illwlitarllllA4LIay. : ,'ttsanitary ...... Frank ,was .Cfi years old at.tbe" ,tlmeof" "
Rev' Augustus" E. Bamett D.; D., '
Market.. ; '
; death. bom in Atlanta
his He ws -
; from Philadelphia, Pa.. U making a ;:
Mrs.ijulia Bass left : Ga, where"hr spent"his''*arlyt:
Monday
M B 1" s t for a BAKINGPPWDERK I lecture'touf"through- Florid* in opposition ..
J1 J."r i'J., brief Jbgsipiess! j'itol L4bland| to*>the ,Roman ''Catholic heir. years. Some time ago the 'famfly
moved ,,
f' to this city, where they nowreside'
.
Leonard Willams IOf'Liugghman'wasgreetingrneyfrienIsjr. t t.. \ !I\ ; arehy at'*political institution.He .'
Whliehot'asinbir: '
of
. any:
J
.. Kjsslrox 1 -will lecture In' Klaeiminee tontghtfromth.band
.- church in the t'daya'of.his,illness.
)
+ ;3 > No"AinmNel>I Plrlesp- e stand 'after the ,
&\ r-- ; thetdsceased'; : prot..aedJ dbrhitia&ttAand +-Iooi
w j' band '' advertls
concert. His topic,; a1
: Silt.water. .
.p S ffi.'ffi.:.h *' :Friday.tflanltaryMarket. :?,,"" ; . ..t l.tl rt t. ; t '&.:; : ... .4, 4s-"The" !..Mrl.Barnett's;:Bible, the School?, and-,the his falling frequently health''privent.d'bla'abte expressed regret. that-,; t.
lecture
srgtl PRt /';"W. B, CharthCf'I of Botp toe}; jf, Y. \ .1I1. Saturdey i ; ? '1tl .lr Oftandq' ir-. "Ladles'' ', inen'a; mtsses i% 'and a.'.chit- i dire j against the Boman Catholic are ,not! ndance, at church services: t'f.. rJ., .

.. : ,arrived here.Fri
c'_::......._\__.__.._' .'...__......,.t. . ".-Ford'* c'hop;,r for,;a ,hairTCUtand', '[/Ith,Miss Effie. Lawson. :;Mn.,"&:B,:Savage-- left. Sunday,for Roman..understood,helrarhy's: palltlal ''activities. To.the friends who so kindly helped"us
*' '" : New .ribbon at. the'Quality StoreC brief visit with her It is he.Is lecturing Inde :
--L1 shave ;"allfor25c.rD.O.Taylowy., a parents' at Eagle during theii ines' sad death of our
.... ......... ......... . :p'irii n.nt'amongthe ( :W:Damn, Mgr;) a Lake, \ i I pendently'. on. Us own Initiative ion, Frank,, we'with' to give them'our !

}; :';dfc,4weatherR e'} ort.* $ ',toter vlsltoriVfrom"1 New-"York i .E/iW.' coUars'hav* the "style;; get . 'Select' ribbon for' your 'presents at 1! fBUzlERDUKE" heart-felt' : thanks;' and may 'God'*, "

; Jj :, .1 1 *.-... ". -.. :;>.- -.P - -,-; pity: spending/Monday, ,her*. ** 'em at the. Quality Store .(C. W.- Dann' ', the, Quality' ,Store (C. W. Dann, Mgr. HUNK; ; . DIESThe .. blessing Mr..rest and.upon Mrs.them.T.r Gl:r Duke I

.W..defy anybody .-Ive' a better Mgr.) I' ,J:;i W. Thompson made a business community was' saddened Tues "w ". , sad Family..
- '. Ford' . .Mn,.- W. J.: Carter of Denver; Colo, trip- to Orlando Wednesday: .
shave than we. give foMOc- .< j 1 day morning at 6 o'clock by deathof Club Women Co T .
t Following are daily temperatures srrivedTuesdny for: a brief stay In I Convention
and precipitations as re-r* 'Georgr6 Flnjer'.wa' 'among'the' outoftown Klssimmee. Ford admits he Is:, a scab but compare : Frank Glacier Duke, oldest .son ofi I I 'Severalof' Kisslmraee's.clubwomen ,
1 f ported by'' Government station visitor Monday; while looking : hI. work 'wtyh the union shops. o.'I Mr.' and Mrs.T. G.,Duke The illness .left Monday. afternoon -ttend the

At Klssimmee for JNow the 23 week ending after .business interest, : Our stock&: ,of toy.is large and very: :Mm k.. 'Kate: and"her sister MiesLouisdPlummer ;]had been an extended one, covering a I State'convention of this Florida'Fed. t
Thursday: ; ,, :completeeee next week. The ]period of two Rer. O;;B.
j Falls
.. E. A W..' the collar for<,the young } who is now b.rlrUe ) yean. eratlon of Women's''Clubs, which hae
l' Max. Min; Rain man; at the Qu.nti'Store (C. W. I Story: Store. (them t.*from Boston enjoyed a day's .pastor'of.. '\,. the.' -I. First_ Baptl.t.,..'church.. .I been,In .susioa'at'htami throughout, . ,!

-:' ; Thursday ___ 75 65 Dann )4gr.) Mrs., M- K& ; for her guest outing_ *t. Lakeland last Thursday.: ', the week. '
,
__ 79 52 i La.,... A MM. CTfscnXi Laulltt ft UrsrTooM. '
Wednesday j her mother and her sister, Mrs. E. B. I -Klssimmee Wonyan'a'Club sent-
.
Tuesday ____ 73 41 C, W, Brun .nd;WLt. were In the Plummet' and Miss Louise Plo'mmer, 'Mr', and Mrs. G. R. Burberry; and t Does hot adps poi' Dltb.h tbe Stomscb.: ; .Willson\; Jr,'and Mist
son Clyde of Centerville, Ky.. who' la addition to other properties.l x-Poe Mra.,3.me.)4
Saturday,
Monday __ __ 76 43- city from Narcoossee on :
I both from Boston M.... "S, are"touring"-the State arrived from contains Cascara acceptable form asUnulatlngLaxativeaDdTo Anne B. Carson as delegates sad Mrs,
Sunday .. ___ 68 46 pending a few hours; here. Big bargain I in, boy' suits. Pay: S Petersburg .t the end, of last week: | ie.i Lax-Foe W.: LtD nne as alternate. K

Saturday .. -, 70 46 H. O. Sebring and R.. G. Hasklns, you to see them before looking elsewhere acts effectively and does' not gripe nor Mrs. J. E.,, Lqpfer' and ,Mrs W. r.I .
; Friday __ ._-, 64 40 John D. Rockefeller with his millions -:]"disturb stomach. At the same time,it aid r
: who are'promlnbnt citizens of Sebring, F. H. Lawson's.Morgan digestion.aroates the liver end secretion I Fripp went as delegates from the. Kea-

o oo...., .. ... .o.oo.. Fla., spent Saturday': here. Bass, a prominent cattleman cannot} buy a better .hair-cut'1 1than and restores the healthy unctloae..'COc. shames ,'Mothers', and. Teachers'' Club; u
.
Cobb' 'you can, get at Ford's for 15c. j I.........., .:_ :. .,...L'_ ':
"Rose Lotion, ,tot'chapped : 'f roro": Mnulberry/Fla.: :>\isitoa:>ls. I I v
-- m Tire,- --Insurance. See A .E r.uglit.For skiesyouknow-wbat'it 1-. prepared 'brother-'WaltoY" Bass; ''Monday and. :Blanket; and; comforts; : F,IT. Law'an' _

SaIe-HorMe, mule and Shetland by CORNER DRUG STORE., ;hook hands with former friends. .. "

It.. \ ponies. J. .W. Miller. '" tf Mr.-and-Mrs.; E. T, Hopkins of .Chicago !, W. J. Cutting and rtte, from Won I.. :Mr. and Mrs. K'A. Gilbert of Tar-' HOTELi : ;." : ; t

it 1'w ;. S'/Tyner: of'Taft waVln' the city: ,'Ill., ?Jve
onj business Saturday: pleasantly; .located at the Graystone: spent s.verahoun in Kissimmee Thursday. I .A ,* ;1

"For Rent-Furnished flat for light hotel for the winter. ,while en route for Orlando Thursday Mrs A W. Bailey: and daughter i i Roo'm': .
nilJg.
housekeeping. Apply to W. B. Harris, ':II.: ;D. Darbaker and wife were tourists : Dikes; Peroxide C.r-"m. Satisfaction Frances will leave Friday for Tampa :, i .

c 'Henry L. Overstreet made a business ' i from .Pittsburg making a recent guaranteed. CORNfctt!: DRUG fo>a'ie -day visit with Mrs. Baile/n* .

Sanford visit in Kissimmee. STORE. sister, Mio., T. L. Walker, and her :
trip to on Monday.:
mother, Mrs. t. B. Giiffla. .J L FOR RENT.4
'.. Peter Eberly of Nareoossee was a Cobb's Cold Capsules will cuss that Rev. S. W. Lawler left Monday for :.. .; .: ;

i.,, Monday; visitor in Kissimmee. cold. Hundreds: of Kissimmeo. people Tampa to attend the meetjng of the Ladles'. house dresses, latest styles! .- l"J .. ,
I .. <:) r.u. ,
P', have already proved their value.. Pre- 1 board( of trustees of Southern College, at >|i1< Lawson's. i ., \ /' ,

'. Oysters. daily. Sanitary Market. 'pared by: CORNER DRUG STORE. located at Sutherland. Bishop Denny: Dr.D.'N. Cone of.Lake City was _ _' f

s- Ira Kilburn of Windsor, Mo.. waa will meet with the board.J. the last week of his former col. REASONABLE .
R. F. Russ and wife of Boston.aroamong guest I RATE ,.t'i
a guest at the Park hotel Tuesday. I the tourists! spending: a few .. R. Gilbert, Harry Dale, and Rep leg friend, Hon. W. J. Sean. He;; :. 1.. .

t' Hudnut'a Violet Sec perfume powder / days: in Klsoimmee. Floyd motored cut to( Alligator Lake came to join the hunting party which; r ... ." I I'II $

y ,..Toilet W.ter..You And them at Among the tourists stopping in the Tuesday for a two-day hunting trip. left for the prairies oh Saturday. j jMr. 1 .' ,,

the CORNER DRUG STORE. -phone. city: for the week wer.-Hr., and Mrs. They returned with plenty of birds', : and Mrs.. N. M. Montanye: of Inquire at the' Gazette Off ice, '
'
2 T.- but stated that bear
wag scarce.
.f{ Cameron, from Salem, Ohio. Canton, .Pa, arrived :yesterday: to i v- -w '>: t:

: ,f.J Mis. Minnie Koller of Cincinnati, C. M. White of Detroit,.Mich., arrived Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hughes. Jr., arrived spend the' -winter and are stopping' :
Ohio;"who ha been visiting Peter Eb- Wednesday night from 1 itte. with >their' daughter; Mrs. R. E. Hoi -of
and (1s making his head .
erly'* family throughout last two I Qegrterl Friday at'th. Park'; ,hotel ty I ::1, burg, Pa., and expect to make their comb, just >north of the city. ... ... .. .... ..... ... ... 00..00 o ,o. ........ ......I. .;.....1

weeks paned through Kissimmee last . home Kissimmee. e. Mrs Hughes baaa'positlon S. W;. Lawler JrJ, a prominent attorney :. ..... ,
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The 'be 'atrf.ollr atyle.; I\ .
Tucker \
MOIId&1''.. her way-tiome.. ; with the. Brick Ca'Mr. : of Fort arrived
& W is.it at Thf Quality;'Stork(O.Wa..D.u..M.J1"b Myers, Satnr-y 1
Don't wait-stop the cough before ,. : and )Ir...'C. E..Bwope have reamed dajf 4 brief visit with his parents, \
ft' become fehiwrlc.'JOTtWif' CherryCough *ii..".' 9 u 'ts t 1* .11 m! I to Orlando..They, have,midec(here 1Wt..ad' Mrs. S. W. 'LAwler. He--returned -The Is" Coming :

''fiynrpguaranfeed., ;by '-u.. ,, *.,.,beets pUkcedJT in ,for. some"time:.and-ha v. many; .friends i _to-x hU home. *Sunday,,-.., } : j ,ire ,
-
CORNER: >RUG'"STORIC.The .. charge. of'Sheriff,'' Ingram' farming who regret that Mr, Swope's business Mr and. Mrs.;i Ed.- Lancaster 'whohav t .
operation in the vicinity: of Kissim interests have, brought about this < 6 "'" ,
original *de 10:." hunting been' livingin Orlando,for tbpast. 1 W,
party
'
mee,.and.,will res'de"' ,on,, the Shelf'slake.frontpyopertgbereaafter change near -wbenyou''hadbetterhegn'tonakeyour; : : ; ,aleetiona.for;
,which left for.the'prairie last Saturday .year :moved back:to Kissimmee "' :
this 1fb '
; Xmas ; We ere continually getting in 'goods for the .
; 'returned.;on .Wednead.rl..Jtamemberl : I" ' ;Mr- and Mn: C. S, Firma.and two this weekend have again taken room new : ..
refuse-to''C'ln"out any hi aJ week w .' I i 4 M' y gw >: daughters, Miss May'and Mia.- Minnie 'at J.. R. Gilbert', < Mr, Lancaster bascbauffeur .. holiday! ; trade." Flnt'me., first served, and. sure to, .hav.1tb.: .I. : .
< "
formation* to theresult of the hunt; ...Mrs'J.; D. Weodbeck is'enterta1ningtodaywftkpicnle arrived in. Kissimmee last Saturday returned' ti his .old ,job as. greatest amount to select from. ,, > .* ...i'fv .'. +,
..
'dinner.and'afternoon k, '- 4"r;,.. ..'1... . ..:.. -! ...i"K4DONT of"g'
.'.I'. and their friends**are*wondering ; from Oneonta N..Y.They intendto .for C., W.'WanLt' ""r. ;- iT;. ,? ,> ; "oj' v *\. '" ( wt
I '
whether they: exceeded. game' Um- card party; at her home on Broad sojourn here-through the winter, Scott- ;;and; ";f.M.. .
Rhoda Lee '
'I iIIlon )r.bagged' thInC'. I way:' The guest will include a -number the residence ''of Mrs.'. L.' H: Cehoon, Florence( Harper y
two young 'daughter of ;Mn: FORGET TUESDAY
''f. .Jln. of ladies from St. Cloud, Mrs.J. SOS 'East Bass street
J. I. Baker and his wife Dr. i returned ,
Scott of Coronado Beach to
S, Cadel and Mrs' Henry, Aultman. ,' : I oW
M. D. Baker, arrived from Marshvilje, E. n.'Turner of <;Yonugstown,' Ohio their-home Monday, after a month' ,is eye: day. Come In' and .see if It is your eyes that 1" are,giving.* ,.
Mich., and spent the week-end at the Now is the time to select :your was prominent among the out-of-town visit with their cousin, A. Ballinger you\ tr jo'ubl.. J

Park hotel. They left Monday for St. Christmas ribbons at the Quality people spending several hours here in Kiasimme

Cloud. Store (C. W. Dann, Mgr.) Thursday. Mr, Turner is spending the '1 II

r Ii Miss Grace Nelson returned home We want you for a Customer! forE winter in Florida and does not expectto Captain Clay Johnson went downto . ':\
i Okeechobee this week to look after {
i t : last Sunday: from an extended visit tor' &: W. collars. The. Quality StoreC. return home until May. He is his steamer Osceola, now making reg- H. O. BROWN & CO. Inc. :

relatives in the West. She was away: ( W. Dann, Mgr.) now en routs: for Palm Beach. ular trips around Lake* Oteechobeo. *-, &.

w k' several months and divided her time! Charles Strattman, who |!s a regular Mrs. Clara Kenney of St. Cloud The captain reports business startingoff SUCCESSORS COLE JIW; HLRY' CQ. : .,
between Kansas City Mo.. Wichita, winter visitor at Kissimmea Park, 4,)' '
passed through here Thursday: on her well. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr., Jewelers and Optometrists' '

:L".tit" Kans., and Enid, Oklahoma. purchased new Ford car Monday and way to Lakeland, Vhero she went as rain charge of the work. :In that sec H. O. EROWN. Utntfr '''ter' -S4
, arrived1'u drove it home. school tion. . '. :.:
C/ F. .Burrow! and family a delegate from her Sunday .. ., _
r-; from Baltimore last Monday (to mako Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hill were Nar- (Methodist) to the Sunday school con- H Mrs. T. J. Bell died at her home on ..
v/ (their home in Florida. .At present coossee visitors in Kissimmeo on Fri vention now in session; there. She will West Main street this morning at 2 I .' ., J"I I

",' they are stopping at the Grayatone day. They registered at the Gray- return home Monday. o'clock and will tv> buried from tho I .' .... ', ..1c/,
.t. hotel and will later occupy a cottage \W>
I Sumner street. stone. Nothing over .$3.50 in shoes. The house at 3 p. m. Mrs. Bell suffered a m :
on
Ji: Supt. C. E. Yowell and Lieut. Beau- Story Store. stroke of paralysis n short time ago :

nc";r Mr. and Mrs. James Averill of Pet champ Steffe. visited tho family of and has been in a serious condition .-- ns

'toskey, Mich., are again in Kissimmee J. H. Steffee at Green Pond this week O. A. McIntosh of Orlnndo has leased since that time. RECEIVING NEST '

,t,. to spend the winter and have taken and had good sport shooting quail Iack's" cafe 'and is now serving -------- STOCKS '
; rooms with Mrs. W. H. Farmer fro the along the way. customers? at this' place. Mrs. McIntosh ,
t- winter. When they left home there and family will be in charge, '
Shoes for the whole family. Beat DANCE TONIGHT BY. OF GOODS DAILY
was 27 inches of; snow and the fleecy while Mr. McIntosh will continue his I
flakes were still falling. for the money in town. F. II. Law- business in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs.

son' McIntosh have a wide experience in KISSIMMEE BANDThe
' ,' his father I
Louis Berger and family,
serving" the public and confidently expact -
Mrs. R. B. Savage raft Saturday for .-.
and mother and brother Nick all of
-
Winter Haven to witneso the Rollins. to make a success of this, venture. -
",; Indiana, are relent arivals at Nar- Klssimmee Concert Band! will
football and to visit her
coossee where they have purchased Stetson gamo give a dance tonight (Friday) in Fire y
Miss who in attend-
property and expect to make their daughter Lenore J. F. Williams of Chillier had the : man's hall, just following the regular

;; permanent home. They are now clearing 'I ing Rollins College.E. misfortune to lose his dwelling and I open-eir concert. This I is the second "'

'. land preparatory to setting out ..noran&o C. Maddox of Atlanta, Ga., rep- household goods by fire a few days of the series of dances which will .be H. C. STANFORD COMPANY '

grove. resenting the Mobler Safe Deposit ago. Mr. Williams is a former mem- given during the season. The first

System Company of Hamilton: Ohio, ber of the board of county commissioners celebrated Halloween, when the exquisite '.'Old Reliable She Dealers Osccola '
vie-E. arrived in Kissimmee last Sunday: and, until his health failed music, the exclusive company, Cenaty. '

Mrs. Maddox will join him- in a few him a'few years, took an active interest and the good floor all resulted in one
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. McCabe have
days.' in public affairs He has a host of the most enjoyable eventi ever held aMore
a pretty: winter home at the park and
.' ppend several months jthere each sea- Toyland at the Story Store! all next of friends throughout too county who in the city. new stocks of
.
,
Look forward to this
, ;' QAn. week. Will deeply sympathise with him in his pleasant oc-
casion. A attendance is antici
large
J M*. and Mrs. T. )t. Skaug, .their loeg. Shoes arrived
',it re D. W. Stokes, foreman on G. W. pated. just ;
t*' .' I daughter, Mrs. Inez Lamb and chil- Dr. J. C. Davis returned:'last week .
There is organization{ which con-
Mann's ranch, was in the city last Friday -
dren; Mr. Skaug's sister, Miss Lizzie from his vacation which he
summer
:
tributes more to the plrasure of the .
on ,his way to his home near
Frostproof. Mr. Stokes had just had 'Skaug, and Miss Sadie Taylor were.a spent with relative, and friends InKaneaa. citizens of Kissimmee than the band. SEVERAL STYLES Of. SLRAL..STYLES Of

p a narrow escape from death his horse party-from: St 'Cloud. spending a few '.Clty; MOV; and Wichita, .;.Rant.He Crowds of prop!* throng the parkway: \ ,
him hour here between tralna'Wednelday also !'visited.In ilndiaiuu. 'Ths doc- during the street concerts and automobiles <' FLQRSHEIM"4.SI10ES
I haying run Into a wire fence with "' Minn QUEEN 'QUALITY "y'I I .
knocking, him";off"and' rendering, him while en fcout? for CIa'! CItr; ;; tor says he found the summer in. theleSta"tei Jilockv the intersecting streets Sat .

,.;Junconscious :for' some '' time.: He, re- where v they k ."willreside.* <" -:-* ', much'warmer' ""than' in Florida its'performances.--.r..!" < and! that "while : .
besenjoyedrthetrip sHUES :
'ceiyed severe'cut fl'On\.the'wlreloD -The reportedrunaway,.merriage'ofEdna ; '
a ; .
..
"Bass- '. 'daughter' he bas Veturnbd. o Kiaelminee''more: 'pkiiter'' chest ,' .y i .. ,,' ,
ihe '
his,Rankle and was bruisedabout... ; -14-year-old i 'porous ,on' the \ ) .: '. ,' .:-" ; "
head, and ,hands., Mr.,. Stokes rwas ,a Mrs.: Mary iBass: {of :$iasim9me));:and favorably impressed ;:'with'the' .Florida and take good cough syrup Internally: .. *' .. -* *'!" '. ,' "''T"i\ ;'. ,

f i .frequent.,.Visitor. ,, in'..Klssimmee: Stephen'.Wflliams'mentioned .in 'the climated'' :than evev'beferef! .Dr. Davis' I If.'yodf would bar Valley/ last.week;. been '. making'bla'headquarters .'..t. holn'hoD" .. \ ; : : 'r
thlrt'Mrs' ago, when lIe lived : Gazette hash \, '. .ore.< lungs ,properly :Get:the dollar *' "" '* "' + y 'j'
.
._Lake Kissimmee! end'Is."'! i1u.. owr4.tomany' verifled.' They"were married,;in;" Polk '.. '. '.:. .tj size"of ,BALLARD'S"'HOREHOUND '. "' *" .4 r' -;eClothing .:\: } *. 'o. :,"

of our.older''dtisens.: He was ;county and,ors .realdlnC'.1D Tiger. :: ,i Tof'tro Cold baa" SYRUPY 'Wlth'-aels'bottla, there is a b. Hhand.\ .' : : ,

.agreeably surprised>, the growth and Bay vicinity in Jhat county, where the. .......t.AXATn1I..OIIOQllla'-* a la Day.......,. free -HERRIOTS RED PjBPPEH ..:...- 1r :" ;'I'r
.
'since' last groom's" lives.;;lIr.-,Winiams Is ....... POROUS ih.'cheat.- 1 f 'r y 4'y. .. '
,progress" of Kisshnme* his family. Coeere.rad da.rt med. k* e. the CoM PLASTER for! .
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. ri'" PACE tIr, THE KISSIMMEE i VALLEY, GAZETTE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER '24, '1'1 11' ,. _, '-h


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L C. F."THRASHER HONOR: Forward f
,1 SHEET' METAL WORKfRfHOMt MONTHLY ,ROLL Pass' ,In Football Houses for Rent '

M.t d'R..f. hi ... eat (Continued FromPage One ) The of the world
.
; ; ,A1'rpI SALE:
.. ,-Ceereat..d ,The following;pupil; of,he Klssimme ; .; eyes '.

,. I4K: KtSSlMMII.:'ftA, public schools hare not been ab- season then ever, before due to. the
.< sent nor tardy during the month coaches ; aN The Elite !Realty Parlor
fact that in general developing
\ ., coding Nor. 10 1916; hare mad.: an the possibilities of 'the. rule o'n the mart who
,.: MR$ .$UMMtS. are
average of 90 per cent or more; ia II and eaeh'Ieslod': The p I h tgr.s ,
more more attack -
\ J their studies, with,, not less than 85 217 .... ...hr. Inci pup lax_
than '
i I.making faster ,,
J. w. THOMPSON p.r cent in Kay,object, and not le** progress Two Block North of Christian.Chucrb I '
the'defense which
is the ,,usual(condition * 1-1 ** ,
DIRECTOR .than 95 per cent Jn deportment of affairs', Defense i*'bullt0 '.."..,: .. 1,;," .. ., i

FUNERAL First Grade.. stop certain d.5nlte'play.and beforeit U. S ; DISTRIBUTING'-' I :

'aDdLIC'ENSED Josephine Griffin, Erma White can be learned the play that it 1* : SAVESPAUSE

DoVis Goodman Eugenia Oliver Virginia designed to protest against must be

EMBALMER Harris, SUsie Smith Ruth Joiner exhibited.A I 200,000 CITRUS BUDS I

Ella Quirk Bertha Parker Geneva student of football scores'' some . .rt.

': Store and Chapel. Stewart An.KI..lmm. Roberson, Lena Drigger, Rena Henry two week ago was forcibly Impressedby More than select fruitbeari i . :
J Stanley Chapman Gettl Tyner, the large number of points scored 200,000 ,
... P1 a. ing buds from citrus with known "
Willie Fairbanks, Joseph Tucker, by some of the beaten teams. On the trees :' I
performance records have been for yours fr:
''I Charles Tyson, John T. Lesley, Tom- list of college fames were found seven placedn 'I' moment) man, }

mie Bell, Carl Ledbetter Nona Gra- in whci hthe losers made 10 points or the hands of co-operators of the selr. The
Bureau of Plant thought to
ham, Alpheus Gilbert Marshall Mil- more and three in which 13 did not Industry; of the a n

: .W. B. Crawford Lee JarrelL. fer, George Minx. *" prove enough to D'ring'lctory..- United States Department of Agricul problems that confront now or '
{ CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW ture, who are to permit the depart- you ,
1 Second Grade-A... In a total of 81 contests for which
'received ment to secure progeny records from will few hence. "
returns were that Saturday a
years
Mildred. Cuppett Muriel Davis, trees so propagated. The is
purpose
Offices: 4, 5, 6, and .7 Citizen Ethel Flint, Nellie Gilbert, Marian night the losers escaped a shutout to secure uniformity of strain of the
34 times. In some cases, teams
Bank Buildipp Graves, Florinda Witz, Jewel Miller, snowed under that trees and their fruits. Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation-
were completely
Kissimmee Florid Edwin Barnes, Edgar Beeland, Cecil to. secure the balm of dodging managed the- This distribution follows extensive ret, in die world are the men who started to save early in life.

Canova Joe Denning, Enoch Herz- white-wash brush. In one the : taking of records of select trees of
t berg, Julian Graham, Roy lIuling. joust, I the Washington Navel and Valencia They hare the respect and confidence of the community.Then .
1 victors piled up 77, but the other side
I Second Grade-B. Dir. oranges, the Eureka, Lisbon, and Villa
won a "moral victory" with a field look the all
other eide-at. fellowi ho spend they
DR. W. W. CARSON Florence Ashton, Virginia'Bowen, goal. Franca lemon-s, the Marsh grapefruit, .on $
and the .ilk*-themay have a good time for a while, but what doc their
DENTIST Sarah Duke, ,Ethel Joiner, Hazel Undoubtedly the forward pass, Dancy tangerine. The buds personality refectr'J

' Nicks, Evelyn Paulk, Emma B. Quirk, which is being used a great deal this are supplied not merely for propaga- J

Office over Filler Building Bettie May Snyder Elsie Schilder, Vi- year, has as much to do with the tendencies tion of nursery stock, but in many dollar or so deposited in thu bank will be the
Office HoursU.. 1-t
Office 'Phon Its Residence: 'PhC a. IIOM ola Bell Yowell, Helen Bell, Emery of a weak team to score on cases for the top-working of unprofitable nucleus of an honorable, independent career.
'I Administered for Extraction .( Harris, Richard Holtsclaw, Rufus: I much trees in 8tabKshbd nlantationn.
Tcoth' one stronger. When one side Make your beginning now-today. Your bankbook }
Suhl, George Lee Singletary. becomes so hopelessly beaten that the I Recently, l in co-operation with the will pave the ,

f I Third Grade-A. Div. size of the count does not :make ,any California Fruit Growers' Exchange, ; ,< way. -" ,- ., ,. ,_. h
: difference' -the underdog 'begins = systematic campaign has beelf'un-
-- -- ;; naturally .-
Dorothy Bullock, Carroll "MakJnadn,
GEO. F. PARKER to open up and throw passes ev- dertaken to eliminate all inferior '
Julia Ledbetter Margaret Dann, Min- trains of grapefruit in California State:
ATTORNEYATLAWCollections by
nie Hudson, Acvilla: Fansler, Irene In- ery time it gets the ball. Some of top working trees of such strains with Bank

and. Conveyance gram, Madeline Fox Thressa Bronson, them are almost certain to go through, !select buds from trees of the Mash ,
,
and the result is apt to be a touch-
Specialties Isolene Reaves, Eula Bowen, Jane varie'
'' 111 Broadway: May, Geneva Miller, Wayne Walling, down or a chance to kick a field goal. records x Though the forward pass is pro-
Willie Joiner KefTer.
Harry of the
oroiJuction State practically
ductive of much scoring has proved
1 Third jGrad vB. Div.Athalea a boomerang in numerous cases and he basis of a single variety. stock __________________ ____ ____ '100000.00 .r

Gr' fin, Catherine Denning: has lost close games galore. Each year sees an increase in the Resources over ____________________________ 400,000.00

1, O. P. KRIBBS W. J. 8TBBE Doris Davis, Hazel Bass, Ellen Cole- I The forward pass is what might be lumber of citrus growers California - t OBtcers
man, Ruby riggers, Bertha Witz, who adopt the commercial tree and Directors:
KRIBBS & STEED termed a "gambling" play. If it goes t
; Tina Schil Fred Gilbert, Don M
er, erformance
record for locat-
through, it almost results in system C. A.
I always CARSON Prett J. M. LEE, Vice PrestM.
Oliver, Melvin Johnson, Youel Johnson trees
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ng -unprofitable character,
a big gafo; if it is intercepted, it is
Nicholas Biesener, Dick Makin- mean 'ither because they bear little fruit KATZ, end Vice Prest.
Legal business of all kln son, Harry Woodall, Milton Bell, Hen- Walter of )r because they bear fruit of a strainot ROMA THOMAS Cashier.
prompt attention. Camp recently spoke a car- ,
ry Tyson, Norman Yates. well suited to commercial usA -.
dinal of Yale football-
Offices 11 and IS State Bank BidS.; principle
w1 Klsalmmee Florida.T. Fourth Grade-.-\. Div.Arthur ing a 'play "safe from behind." This second commercial nursery has

Bullock, Russell Edwards, is one thing that coaches do not seem '>een established during the year in

I Georgia Fairbanks, Mary Ethel Gilbert able to do for the chucking game. California for the purpose of propagating ,

M. RIVERS. Me D. Dorsey Lybrand, Rebekah Miller, I The man who intercepts a pass fre trees from the wood borne by C. A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN Secretary., ,
Katherine Moseley, Kimbrough Oliver record individual trees.
p quently is off by himself, where he has
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Ruth Starling:, Ralph Schilder, Helen ,a chance to do some running before
Office over Osceola Pharmacy Wlnn, Alfred Wilson. HIS HAIR CUT IN BARBER The Waters & Carson
Phone Residence (I 'anyone can get to him, as was the
S Office 14*. Fourth Grade-B. Div. 'case with Dunne in the Syracuse SHOP FIRST TIME AT 85 YEARS

'Arthur Flint, Tracy Canova, Irvin game. %
Drigger, Mary Coleman Margaret| The safest form of pass seems to John Williams, aged 85, had his

afi } Cosens Letty Holtsclaw, Katie Hlrt'- be one directly: over the line, for then, hair cut in a barber shop at Richmond, Grocery Company

,# LEWIS XBRTAH al. Alma Kritz, Eunice Rivers, Elea- 'if an opponent grabs it, he has to gt Ind., recently for the first time in his

h ATTORNET-AT-LAW nor Overstreet Gladys Harmon; Elsie I through the whole team Yet it is life. Before hi. marriage Williams':

Warble Buildinff.J. Welsh Marie harder to make of these father cut his i locks and after that '
Harper. i usually one
I his wife performed the operation, un- Whole**]* and Retail Dealer in
Fifth Grade-A.. Div. I latter go through than to peg one to a "
off to side of the til she died two years ago. Until the
Janet Graves Virginia Lesley.Katherine' man one field. So
the latter method Is follow- tonsorial artist did the work, Wil- GROCERIESL
Miller Marie Ogram, { generally ,
A'TR'OVILUON.M'D. ,
iams',hair had been
not cut since the
teams'that the best results .
tog Madge "Rivers,' Isabella Tyner, Mary ed-by get .
death of his wife.
CANCEIGOITRE, TUMORS and' Winn R. D: Thomas. in the gaining way l 'V'
DISEASES< ORTHE SKIN Kicking. goals after touchdowns is .
t Orlando Office Boardman building, Fifth Grade-a,Div. one department of football that 'seems IF YOUR,'CHILD IS CROSS.; " ) 0000 0000 . 0 ,'.0 :0100000001'00. .. .: ;-
,
8 to"11 a.m. Leo Canova, Fannie Seymour, Helen d' t..1'"
B to'4'and'6 to be below,par this season. One peculiar FEVERISH,. CONSTIPATEDLook :" .,: .
y -Winter.ParkOffice WE -
Schmidt, Clara Johnson, Willie Loner; > SELL 0 WE BUT ;
*, to 8,p. m. epl 6mo pd Sixth Grade-A. Div. I feature about it is that so many Mother! If tongue la coated, I' .
men who can boot 18 over in 20 cleanse little bowels with 'Cali .HATGRAIN .
Johnnie Bronson, Winifred Defining, j j i:chances right along in practice fall fornia Syrup of Figs. 0 HIDES .
Katherine McKay Nellie Woodall, > .
xa ALAN J. MacDONOUGH Milton Graham Robert Kritz, Lewis ,down in games. Mothers can rest easy after giving > O FURS .
So far the mechanical of the
I as. part > EERTILIZERS 0 .
"California Syrup of Figs." because in
Registered ArchitectAND O'Bryan Arthur Simpson, Margaret I 0
performance is concerned, it is just a few hours all the clogged-up waste, > WOOL .
Winn. !as easy to do the stunt one time as sour bile and fermenting food gently > SHINGLES 0t .

) m"GIsRONS Sixth; GradeB.: Di*. J!another. The opposing team of course moves out of the bowels, and you ( O AND .
Blanche Gladys CalUne have a well, playful child again; > ORANGE BOXES 0 0 .
,, N BLbd. ItiUtMMti11.( FLA. Mueller ,
and makes
lines in its goal a .
up perfunctory Sick children needn't be coaxed to > 0 ALL .
,. Una Harman Hillis Links.
attempt to block the ball, but take this harmless "fruit laxative." > ORANGE WRAPS, 0 .

Seventh Grade-A. Div. I the writer never has seen this attempt Millions of mothers keep it handy be- > COUNTRY t ;
Pat Johnston O. P. Oarrett Ruby Oliver, Lena Williams, Velma accomplish anything when the kick cause they know its action on the > VEGETABLE CRATES 0 -
: liver > 0 PRODUCE .
stomach, and bowels is prompt
JOHNSTON A: CAIUUnATTORNEYATLAW: Hudson, Lewis Hirtzel. I vas properly aimed. In fact it is and sure. > CRATE NAILS 0 .

Seventh Grad -B. Div. ..most] a physical impossibility to get Ask your druggist for a 50-cent 0 .
L i Elizabeth: Parker, Martha .Ordas, !in the path of the leather if it is boot- bottle of ;'California Syrup of Figs," 0000000000000000 000 0000000000 0 .t
10 11 and 12 Citizen Baal which contains directions for
Office Dorothy Miller, Robert Calkins. ed high enough to clear the bar. The babies,
Building children of all ages and for grownups We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. '
G Eighth Grade-A. Div. :kicking side has the privilege of tak- t ,
Kissimmee. Tie.t
Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and
ing the ball out as far as it pleases, camping parties.
Nellie Bowen, Gladys HoweH, Cor-
there is the Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.
so no reason why man
Strengthen Old Friendship' leon Schilder Bryan Add., Mabel Gilbert Ploetz, John, Graham William I'!who tries the hoofing act should be results. Nor does it help the player We are county agent for good fertilizers.. Ak us for: circular and pricos

hurried. who is to perform this delicate stunt to fertilizer.
!" with a new portrait-the gift that Donald McKay, Dorothy Denning.
(I I explanation of the discrepancy o have been mauled or hammered
exact. nothing in ,return yet has sj. Eighth Grade-a Div.Ha .
between practice and iround by the other team.
competition averages -
.. value that can only lIfI estimated in Fansler, Alma Cooper, Frances I I I.
Let the best that stoodn
is to be found in the nervous putter ever
$r kindly thoughtfnlness. Kritz, Leah Herzberg, Dorothy Roberts (I Eugene C. Bryan, Pres.. A. H. Bryan Vice Pres. P. K. Weaver, Sec'y.lreaa _
strain and the physical exertion that a golf green play a few minutesf
Make the appointment today. Irene Pittman Irene Milton.
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v the kicker has undergohe. Kicking football and then ICY to hole some

WILDER'S STUDIO High School-Ninth Grade. a ball in a given direction demandsa two-foot puts with a. lew thousand

', bI Percie Oliver, Edith Miller. I nice adjustment of eye and toe. The frenzied rooters yelling at him. The

Tenth Grade. fellow who permits himself to get results would fall far below his arerge -

M RESIDENCE FOR SALEM Stratton Story- Henry- Edwards., !hurried or worried is not apt to get under normal golfing conditions:

:t residence, 316 Church street. Edgar Bryan Blanche Davis, Vern Of course it is harder to coax a galf ,

Eight room. All modern Im- Wilson. !ball into the cUP than it Is to kick a Bryan Realty Company .
m provements. Double garage. Eleventh Grade. ball over a bar 18 feet long; but it alsoIs

''h' Terms if desired Robert Giesey, Sadie Bryan, Ruth easier to control a golf ball than a

I 49-tf JAMES W. LILLY. Howell, Christine Ivey, _'n football, and the putter is a better implement GRAYSTONE. CASINO yj'

e Twelfth Grade. than the hoof for propellingthe I

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. T r. .. AGE LIMIT FORJUVENILE : "Look .here! 'i 5
That horse you, a "18 Charlie.much of a spender#".
me runs away, bites, and tries to ld'j "The only ,thing I, eve.' raw him

l Trap: and Field, I HUNTERSWith down the stable at; night 'You told me spend was an' evening out "'at oar

,i, that, if I once got him at your price house."-N w York World.
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J. wouldn't part with hint for 1000. I I
I' the general adoption' of the I "Well, you wOl 'l""Exehlce.; Average Walking' Pace.

.. 4 GROVE v ., license system has.come the necessity $Seventy-five steps' a minnte i* the
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,/FRAGMENTS\ TFBOM TilE' CLAYS. have enougii traps for.alt those who GARDEN &. FIELD licenses may. be issued.,, The practice He knows) best what goodwill is average, :walking, pace of,, a healthy" :

I. desire to shoot in the Qrand Americanor QUESTIONS 'ANSW is by 'no means uniform;\ but, about who has endured 111 wille'-Anonymous. man ,or woman.,
Trapghooterl'and gun clubs have invested to limit the event in some way so ; DV MAIL& D IMMEDIATE** ', half of tHe States have restrictions Of -'--- --- '

$40,000,000/) In their.sport; Thief that the event will not carry over two I MRS N M.a." PRAI'IOII.' DEUT! Mon. '. some sort. These restriction are of

is $10,000,000 more than is invested In?*, days.. WILSON &TooMEa! f EBTUHBR COM afar three general kinds) 1 r 1i' ,

baseball in America. I .JAc: 0"Y1u.a. Fs... ((1)) Exemption from the hunting
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If the Grand American; Handicap license requirement for children; ,

meeting of the Inter- were. limited-to 90 per cent shooters, ASHES ON YOUNG TREES."I ((2)) Refusal to Issue licenses to I

r .; n takes place in Jer- a lot of 80 per centers might not likeit gave my young treks}* good application children; and '

.iannual 6. ; but one of these days-the majorityof of fertilizer= in early September ((3)) Requirement that children must

trapshooting tournaments will be! and understand they should not be have'the written consent of the parentor
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Five cities want the"Grand Ameri- conducted classes, and then everything fertilized again until February, but guardian to obtain a license:

t i : .n Handicap In '1917. At this Writing will be lovely. what would you think about puttingon Children under 12 are not requiredto ,

;, -, Chicago looks like the best bet. ashes in October How many have a license in Idaho or Utah;

". The more one sees of 'class competition pounds to a tree" under 14 in Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma

San Francisco and San JUfte are applicants where the 60, 70, 80 as well as Answer: The only objection to fertilizing or Oregon; under 17 (huntlnl'smali 'I

t ,, for the 1917 Pacific Coast the 90 per center stand a chance of young trees in the fall la thatit game) in Michigan; under 21 __ '

g Handicap. The event will be held in winning something, the moie one likesit increases the danger Of damage by (hunting small game) in Minnesota. -

1 Mayor June.Trapshooters. and the more one thinks It would cold /flbhes do not produce growth, Children under 13 in NewJlampshireand ., ,','
r t,. improve the fast growth of trapshooting and there would be no objection whatever -: Nebraska and under 17 in Arizona .." 'I't

t of the Pacific Coast : if universally used. to your applying ashes in Octo- do not require a license,when hunting :. .J(
RIFLES
! l' have petitioned the Interstate Association ber or whenever you saw fit,to do so, with a licensed adult. GAME ,

\. t. to grant sanctions for registered The annual Pinehurst (N. C.) mid. taking into consideration however, New Jersey prohibits children under '.- ........,."I/ __a--. 1

r I,' tournaments on Sundays. West winter tournament will be staged on that stirring the ground in midwinter 10 from hunting with firearms, but FOR af........is, li rip,' l'

riy: of the Ohio river Sunday is the greatest Jan. 15 to 20, inclusive. This will be ,induces frosty conditions. There is no upon application of parent or guardIan J..m- and 'Ies errena eotsl-iaal .raft" ,j '
eaack positive.Mdoa en the .-lidaae hays' ,
;i p.L day for sporting events. the tenth tournament, and about $5- set rule in regard ,to quantity. If you Issues a $1 license to citizens of ..... ...... rifle.l fueourh 01
l ., 000 will be, given in money and tro- had the ashes, a liberal dressing the United States between the ages Il.UNO p-n.r A..a.....Rlb-Fhoe"-. , '

i L The idea of Elmer Shaner, manager phies. The tournament grows each broadcast would be beneficial. You of 10 and 14, provided they hunt in ':t\e: (_dwyly"...-. ......rte t.4.r..h.bt.dtd. b..i.rl.e.4.e..Mee t ..--b.l.-.. 1 I
will note there several .. ,,; .,., .... : J t' r
are brands of R..w UMC p. 3Ad. R.M.-B..I,1y'
t f r of the Interstate Association, Is to year. "' company with a licensed adult. _.....w tnO-Sia.....,...u4......... .--. eB 'J J
vwkPr ----------- ----- ache( ca ng different amounts of Pennsylvania, alo prohibits children .eriy.--...,MIoaM_4.....1_-'-. \,1
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potash. It is not the potash in the under issues r- IJ s. ." I'-i't:
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INSTRUCTING THE NOVICE IN w.y.ra..p..u th.w.i4.p.sy..I: taw.R-- '
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LICENSE FEES FOR"HUNTERSJNEACH ashes, however, that does the t'ees'Ue to minors between the en UMC w.rlo P.... II.iEIao with this s+ .1 ..... _Ia !
TRAPSHOQT1MG.)! ages w.diva.t.1..Lre.aw..hskal.ritlw4r. . I- '
most good. It is the finely divided of 14 and 16 upon application parent _........_...................1_ I .i!"
STATE lime, which1 makes upabout 89 per or guardian. .- ... .: add.!by. .your hora lMlor and i.14r othor.....1M . i ;
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cent of the ashes. Licenses not issued' children -1.11, w. < JtJCM OIL I
e I' articles are 1 p..ene'
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:. There is only one State in the Union under certain ages, or only upon written Tko Romlnaton Anna Union Motalll.CortrMr Company rf
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t to have'a license Arkansas. "I am sending some infected '
trapshooting in such numbers all you in the following States: 'I,

f' There are only four states in the over the country that the army of tar- oranges and grapefruit. There are I. New Jersey, 10; Pennsylvania,' 14; .. .
Union that do not resident only a few trees in the in this '
$" require a to get breakers is assuming proportionswhich grove Wyoming" (for birds), 14; 'Wyomingbig .. _
condition but it - -- --- ---.-- ---- - '-
:t. purchase a hunter's license-Maine, places it in the front rank of seems, to be spreading ( game), 15; Rhode Island, 15; E
Virginia North Carolina and Missis- popular pastimes. and I wish to get busy and eliminate Wisconsin, 15; Connecticut, 16; New r

i V sippi. Fortunately there are a bonhomieand it. I notice that the fruit splits Brunswick (big game), 16. TRADE MARK RCGISTCRfO b, +h '

Every province in Canada requires a fellowship about it all'Which and drops badly." I The following States require written -
: both the resident and non-resident Answer: Your trouble is die-back I:
the prorppt the shooter with 4nntin : to have a hunter's license. true sportsmanship to instruct the though some melanose also is present, before hunting licenses are issued to .

;..;;, For a' record for you to keep, we newcomer along the lines of deport- which is to be expected, since melanose 'children under the ages indicated: > ...:

;1" publish the non-resident fee in every ment and form, and the latter is doub- invariably occurs in the presenceof I Indiana, 14; West Virginia 15; Pennsylvania row t..........."" ,

f State in the Union and every provincein ly fortunate if he can have a trap to'' dead wood. To correct- this, see 14 to 16; Ohio, 16; Vermont,

C}nada. himself while absorbing his initial les that you have good drainage, plenty 16; British Columbia, 16; Saskatchewan FALL PLANTINGNOW I 1

Maine, 5-$15; New Hampshire, son. ". of lime in the sop, atop cultivating 11 18; Iowa, 18; New Hampshire, i' I{ ..... > ' .t
915; Massachusetts, $10; Connecticut, the trees use purely chemical fertilizers -
fast is, to be dis-
A squad quite apt
Sl\ $10; Rhode Island, $10; Vermont $10; concerting to a novice, in which case *, and apply three to four poundsof 18.END I' 1ft the time to apply, PHOSLIME and

1'. AsNew York, $20; New Jersey, $10; Del'aware the advice of the instructor, who is bluestone to each good-eizedbesr-. STOMACH GASES TROUBLE OR DYSPEPSIA get results. We carry ,PHOSLIME In' Stock.; a
$10.50.; Pennsylvania, $10; ing tree. This should be scattered
r standing at his back goes for naught,
; Maryland, $2.5-$25; Virginia $10; and the pupil in his excitement will on the ground just under the utter- "Pape'. Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour, '
West Virginia, $16; Tennessee, $10; I often do the opposite of whichhe most branches. In dormant seasons, Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine Prices F. 0. B. Kissiulmee.F.lorldailil3ags! ; :
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Kentucky $15; South Carolina, $15; is advised. \ during December and the first of Jan- in five minutes., ., ,

aq Georgia, $15; Florida, $15; Alabama, After the tutor has assisted/ in j uary, all dead wood should be care If what you just ate Is souring on CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD

$15; Mississippi, $20; Louisiana, $15; placing the gun properly to the shoul- fully pruned out. Where the cutsareof your stomach or lies like a lump of I $10.35 Per Ton. '912.61 Per Ton
Missouri Michi- any size, paint them with lead, refusing to digest, belch I
f' Arkansas, none; $25; der, so that the recoil will land whereit liquid or you ,

gan, $10-$25; Wisconsin, $10-$25: should has got his pupil's cheek to I wax. food iras and have eructate' sour of, undigested I w'Ube' : ., (
Iowa North ; or a' feeling dizziness 1 Place your orders: NOW as: prices _, ad
+t ;, Minnesota, $10-25; $10 the comb correctly, so that the centerof heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste t' .
I. ,,,, Dakota,..$25; South Dakota, $15-$25; vision will align over the barrel l, I WHEN TO MOW."I in mouth and stomach-headache, you vanced'Januarylst.,
Nebraska '$10; Kansas, $15; Oklahoma and has told him to look at the target want to plow my grove this fall can get blessed relief in five minutes.Put .
;, '$151; Texas, $15; Montana, $10- ,and disk it in the spring and then let an end to stomach trouble forever :
both and the : GRO.
with' triggerwhen
eyes pull I by getting a large fifty-cent ease ofPape' WATERS & CARSON CO.KISSIMHEE.
the natural .
1 $25; Wyoming $5-$25; Colorado, $1- he has found it, it ia.Iove's labor : grass and weeds take Diapepsin from any drug store. ,
New Mexico 4aO-$25 Idaho, $5- posession, keeping the growth in You. realize in five minutes '
$10; ; lost if,' instead, a. little tempora I how needless '!''' ,' FLORIDA
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US;' 'Vtah$5; Arizona $10-$25; "stage; fright" prompts him at the check ,with a mowing machine. When it is ''to suffer from indigestion, _ ... ..1.
"Washington, $6-$10; Oregon, $10; Nevada should I mow? I thought perhaps in dyspepsia or"" any stomach disorder, j
tt' crucial moment to close both eyes. > It is the quickest, surest stomach'doe.
$10; California, $10; North Car.fina May, JulyUnd October." '
Above all, ,tHe beginner should ,not f tor in the world. It's wonderfuL '
$10; Illinois,' $10; Indiana $15; become' .discouraged 'when his initial ,Answer: 'The, dates of mowing .. . .
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)..tOhio; $16.New ; efforts at trapshooting seem doomedto should 'vary according to conditions.If real business of the fruit. _ :7'.p, :
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i' Brunswick, $10-$50; Quebec, you were having a great deal of
failure. He has stepped into the ,.
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MAIDEN CANE. Son Buckeye Root-Stock's Older
$10-$25Ontarlo$25450; ; Manitoba, of American rain it would be a bad idea to mow ,
of the most fascinating
$15-$50; Saskatchewan, $10-$50 Alberta arena sports. H. has elected to learn the grass, since standing grass throwsoff "Please tell" me how to eradicate .. .41 an*,No ,Tellin' BowMucthBetterlt!: :

:i $5-$25; British Columbia, $5- of a great deal of water In the course maiden-cane. ]
difficult variety "wing
the most
'; of a day and ih a very great measure Answer: You should keep the grass //. Yearly the Buckeye. expert* discard. thou-- \
$100.Where shooting. cut closely and never allow it to I? wands of citrus .dlln.s that a surgery with 1\ -
keeps the go
than ground from
there Is more one No one can be 100 per cent perfect, becoming sat- .,1... reputation at stake might bud., Onlythe
amount stated, It shows the scale from occasion. All have their ufated. Oa the other hand, if you to seed. This not only reduces the very beit-4Tlopd root- the' save on seed, but also keeps the roots from developing enough to bear the Buckeye same.
email fame to the largest game, and the best have their "off were having a long dry spell, mowing -'
all slumps sufficiently often to J keep'the so vigorously; for it is at the Again, all clock mud be 11 to 11 month*
maximum amount including game 1 '
in mind that there is no grass ..
days. Bear ol time that of
that is in season at the time the license born target breaker. rather short would stop this "trans- of blossoming most the It. Our tree have an uncommonly. floe ._1d..lo"m.nt -
such thing as a
piration," this of root growth is made. After you have 4. and absorb moro hour..hm.st'
Is issued. as process throwingoff
and of the best
All have to learn, some water is called, and retain the followed this treatment for about a than other with buds of equal age. |

Visiting cards printed by the Valley were primarily the worst. much needed moisture in ground, year, you can plow very shallow and The result howe In the grove. Writes a '
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TRAPSHOOTER.r' customer "Durlns; 1017.1we planted i41
Gazette Job Department. cultivate the roots out, so that most
while the.Irrass left broadcast would tree*- -1.03J wire from you. We w.r..o
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also prevent- evaporation direct from of them will be killed by the sun; then pleased with your dock that we planted t.eOt
the ground. plant the land to some vigorous crop. Bucko tr.e. since, and no other" Y

Velvet beans probably would be beat, For the past 1' :year Buckeye Olllett-
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FRUIT, NOT GROWTH. and will smother the grown
I they practically leaa eelectlon. Only the finest can survive.Our .
"My trees are already too crowded;, maiden-cane still left. Velvet beansare catalog tells about this. about ourervlre.

so please tell me of a fertilizer that of course for summer growth.In why. Buckeye tredi grow vljroroua.
will produce fruit fruitful dlioaie-recUtlngr. Write for copy.
not growth. the winter when you raise culti- + t

Answer: The orange tree does not vated crops, keep close watch of any Buckeye Nurseries '
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: bear on. old wood; all the fruit is on little shoots that get started. In this
M. K. GILLETT D. c. ILLETI'fI
. the summer growth or on the spring way your ground should be clear of 1114 (...1..... .Buck BMllJlaa. ........ FI.r'." nI.argestExclnsivtjyCitrus
growth (which practically all comes the cane within two years' time; but,
= Nurseries In the World
Tankage. from the summer growth). In other of course, careful and persistent workis '-0---...... .
words, the new bearing Surface! is necessary.
(Blood and Bone) ] made each is I, .- 1
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to restrict the growth of .,.
Guaranteed Analyala food, lasts well, and is trees and still\ induce prolificness.I
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Totall'lw." horlo Ac.U W. '
Pure, steamed bone t TO HASTEN MATURITY. '
': cooked fresh from the As "Blood & Done" "Is there anything to be done in 'f y
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j F '. cutting tables, supplies Armour Tankage has spring and summer to hasten the ma ',. m
the phosphoric acid i been familiar to every .
turity of fruit? Extra Fertilizer Value
"I shown abo\c The amgrower for over 30 years I f a
-Answer For
i. .i; monia is from blood inmore than 100,000 tons : hastening maturity
,....:, S i fresh beef scraps that are have actually been used. I of the fruit, the strength gained DEALYou]
thoroughly! stmamcook Many' growers, who ,14r from the fall fertilizer would be the i can get the worth of emir money in almost i
ed trie A the bone.AvmMMTankage. temporarily prefer no-' first factor early spring fertilizationthe any fertilizer but Ideal Fertilizer gives you '

;;;, r.c.. .. is a potash goods, are wisely second, gnarly summer appli ; RTILIZER that and then some.
1'<;, turning again to this
'J. product superior,, prepared strictly pure with standard: material of unquestioned j cation the third; plenty of ammonia The market value !Ig b-sed on analysis but field ,,

I, scientific accuracy by especially crop-making in the spring, and early summer ap- value is in the mixing. Profits depend 'on field 1 ; tr
developed care- valve: '. j plications 1 I to give size to the fruit and : '- value. Extra yield, extra quality extra profit.

fully controlled pro- Get prices from our !Ij I[ phosphoric acid td develop it, with -z.--- Ideal Fertilizer is mixed to make crops not just
m' cesses. It is rich in nearest Agent and write \, reasonable potash applications to in. 'Z' to selL Send for catalogue and price list sfr' I
available natural! plant for and
us sample leaflet
the I
Y.J, 1 sure general firmness. Heavy; applications t 'r

j o'l" Armoiir Fertilizer Works; i would tend of to potash lengthen in the the time Bummer until '': Wilson ,& Toomer Fertilizer :Co. 1

.'.' ) "Jacksonville.. .... : shipment could be made because of it I )lM gCsitureia of Ideal .Fertilise t "'.
J' delaying:maturity. Late R
applications,.
; / Dlers (a ;Fertiliser Materials
; 1Iv.it of ammonia tend.to. lengthen'the time; 8 ijJng ffxcttjtery, fad Insecticides.JaclconTffle .
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because of Two t *
pcemoting growth. i
'" .', .different' Influences yet havingthe I { g r -u-\ Florida: p.

tame practical-effect.. Phosphoric; ....t ..


e i) .i. p :" acid maturity Is particularly(for'to bawd essential plenty'tf'In' phosphoric early I : ''a_ : '. r:;(" ;>>.. sIry ?i..' It.:

'F .it .tii add at hand means' a quick,'' I. .

fall development of'seed, which: .III,the' ,,, ;e- ''s' ,,.v;,,...--- -., J, ,.";....//ly-. w.i. 'w. L '- '" .- -- : .' -4
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" l "t DISCUSSED AT ""CITRUS", SEMINAR . lr't I

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"!' (Contributed.) ample of>'the use of the fertilizer In '

The,, opening session of, the Citrus which the speaker.. was'Interested, and 795 4 4jqdg't 79.5 t't'M 1

Seminar recently held in Gainesville, mention of 'cases where fertilizers of

Fla,, was devoted almost whollar.'to the: opposed class1 have been tried d.1 85-C' f.o. be Toledo '", Model SS-4 f. o. b.Toledo'
fertilisers. 1'e '' without( entirely satisfactory results.: _.

e i Prof. Colli on of the, University 6f Later, however, the meeting resolved -. .

: ? Florida staff, reporting result of certain itself Into a discussion by actual users I I g .
experiments, and Prof. Turling and, though the hour had grown ,
',., 'ton of the Engineering College, presenting /late, the attendance remained. undl- -

n ; a summary of various papers miniehed until the close' of the confer
.' ;' by different experimenters, were ,! I'I

'{ prominent lecturers Dean- Rolfs of ence.To most of those present this ,stageof I

'I' the university, chairman of the meeting the proceedings was of vastly more
intimated his concurrence in the the T}71 i
I Importance than preliminary rocrlminationg. -
conclusion suggested' by the reports- Of perhaps eight or ten H K

; that commercial or acid:treated phosphate ''growers who detailed their experi- I ..

+:'' rock was found superior to the ences, only two were opposed to the V

raw ground rockjConsiderable use, of I raw' ground phosphate, and it''
Interest. was manifest- was not developed whether these two .
,y'' ed by the rather largo attendance had used the raw phosphate in combination j

(several hundred) when Mr. Anglo, with cover crops or manure,
': q 'Representative of the Lakeland Phosphate as recommended by the makers. It I

Company manufacturers Na- was noticeable that the majority These Tremendous Advantage!

tursown, a raw ground phosphate, requested the growers, who had no interest
;: the floor and refuted a number advocating the use of raw Of1
More motor. These tremendous advantages over
power-35 horsepower are any-
conclusions drawn
of the : quotingthe clearly stated in every instance '
experience of many growers and the phosphate had been spread jn con- More room-112inch'wheelbase.Greater thing to be had in other cars that sell for

also certain experiments reported by action with humus or manure of 'I comfort long, 48-inch 'cantilever anywhere near as low a price.

i.J authority the Department of Ag- I some nature. rear springs and 4-inch tires. And they make it hard for us to keep up with

+. ; riculture. One of the speakers opposing the Greater convenience-electrical control butorders..
Visitors joined the discussion reporting use of raw ground phosphate gave as I
tons on steering column. The factory has never yet caught up with the
floor their
briefly from the the basis of his opinion the fact that

i r experiences. Not to delay the pro- :i a previous year he had added to I Bigger sarerbrakes-seIVice,13x2Uemer-; .
his regular allowance of commercial gency 13x2%. .' You out to own one of these carsnothingBetter
apecial
fertilizer in his grove a quantity of cooling-you never heard of an Overelse so big and fine for the money. .

held later. raw ground phosphate. He stated that I land motor overheating. Come in and order yours now..
Accordingly on Wednesday evening absolutely no improvement couldbe -
tj two conferences were called-the cit- noted over the previous seasons' when (2 POSSIEL AVE. J.-J.-GRIFFIN-I KISSIMMEE .

rus'canker conference and the phosphate the commercial fertilizer had been Telephone 164. Dealer for FLA. '
conference (presided over by used alone; but he neglected to inform
I. Dean-Rolfs). Despite the gratifying the gathering what extent, of) any, Th.Willys-Overland Company,Toledo Ohio v

& 'v attendance at the canker gathering, a I he /had anticipated that his trees .'Mad.la U.S.A." ,.

notably great audience ,manifested its I would be benefited by adding more
f interest in the phosphate question.this 1 I phosphoric acid than was already in I

assemblage filling to overflowing the commercialfertilizer, and whetherhe !
believed that the trees could take
sealion
up and benefit by an excess of phos- _ __ _ .
n nI ..--
=,+ those who attended the Banker discussion phoric acid during one season. !I "
t any (Ii i for the more expensive form of phosphate fertilizers) in detail, except to state i--- ADVERTISED LETTERS Mrs. Laura Parrish R. G. Seymour,
in
taking' part the phosphate An attempt was made to show that I
t I |I after: the rapid change to the what was apparently known, that the I E. G. Seiver Mrs. E. G. Somer, Fred-
j meeting after their own conference the proportion of lime in the natural
I, 'reverted raw state had been accom- complete cost of the raw phosphate List of advertised letters at the die Stephens', Bill Smith, T. J. Smith,
lad been adjourned. phosphate would injurious to
, prove plished by soil conditions though ad- fertilizers, applied as recommended Kissimmee postoflfice for the two : Miss Gertrude Williams, Ella; Thompson -
that the
The chairman requested the trees, but when the chairman called -
I I I I I mittinp its identity with raw phosphate was considerably lower. One speaker i weeks ending Dec. 4, Iplfi: I II H. 1' Wilcox Mrs. Mattie DesasMure. -\
y discussion be Mr. Angle, chemist
4 l 4 i' opened by on Prof. Collison university -, I
i in this form. asserted that when potash was necessary Thos. Graham, Chug Henneman .
'... the Natursown salesman who had this gentleman's statement was i I R'j
the :!, Such men as "Robert Ranson, J. A. it was less costly to apply IY.i| King Ella Kirkland, Ern B. B. Simpson P. M.r .
i $ precipitated the discussion on clearly and emphatically that i in the
/',* i(I Stevens, Dr. Coffin, and Mr. Byster ; alone in needed quantities than as .
The
t opening morning. speaker amplified quantity used the lime would be neg o.I
stoutly advocated the use of ground ,combined in commercial fertilizers I
his previous remarks again ligible. Prof. Collison himself the ad- r
the latter exhibiting some known to him. '
r. quoting from experiments whose publication vocate of commercial fertilizers at the phosphate I I ,
splendid examples of rice and chufas On the Whole, the testimony in favor _
ti t was authorized by the Depart- :opening session of the Seminar, fur- i _
obtained with its Another stur- of the raw ground phosphate was _
at Washington 'ther under that the use. iI
;. ment of! Agriculture stated questions I
of the phosphatewas I impressive and convincing even
dy champion raw I
? and mentioning details of successes :acid-treated phosphate: in commercial '
I Mr. Thompson of Frostproof who though the unjversity authorities lent ? -A forca.f of 4h. r.furn.'W .
achieved by various users of row phos- fertilizers rapidly reverts to the insoluble I
recently took all the prizes at both !their influence to the opposite view. IMtl .u Pas
phate. He was careful to announce state when applied to the
T
.
.. _
and Lakeland fairs 'with I 1.w
the
' Tampa .... .
.
; himself as interested in the sale oft trees; thus becoming in effect rock ..._- .. ,
r 'phosphate and made it On further his produce. In many caset.the speak- GOVERNMENT ISSUES ...._u.._ .
raw ground phosphate. questioning, '.......00 M--1..C ,
i clear that he was not advocating exclusively he stated that his preference for the 'ers frankly mentioned Natursown byname --""' ''' ": 1..Q ,
t i -V his own product, which he commercial fertilizer was due to its i and again referred to the raw ;1 NEW MAP or FLORIDAIn ano..o WCJOOOOO._ .s raw. ,
I and the acid-treated forms.as 'Wy r b10'ua i
did not; mention once by name, but early solubility, contributing to more ground I I _.. ... ) 1A.
"the ten-dollar and forty-eight dollar"fertilizers. \- "'. 0' '"
was pleading the cause ot"raw phosphate rapid percolation through the !soil. 1909 the United States and near- I ..rwj. ... ...-ti
In general.Mr. In his opinion he said the principal ly all the other principal countries of .smear r" ,
The of the decidedly 101N.MM "nwa. ,
Angle was followed by a number if not the only advantage of acid- sense meeting was the world, by International agreement, ".: IIII w. ,
.: of speakers, all of whom by their treated phosphate was its solubility, in favor of the raw ground planned to prepare 'maps of the entire '
the chair did not sub-
own ,statements' are interested in the lending a rapid distribution which he form, though surface of the earth, to be publishedon I
a exploitation,of one' or;another brand said he did not believe was possible mit the question to a vote. None of a scale one-millionth of actual size, r'1, 1 t

of commercial fertilizer; The remark in, so' thorough a manner when the the,speakers compared, the cost of'ap or about 1 inch to, every ,,16 miles. '
w consisted largely, as might; naturally ground phosphate was' ulled. lie did plying', phosphate and'manure or humus The United States Geological Survey .. \If ( .

I f be.(1 expected, 'of,tlted 'successful ex J not. explain' or ..claim, any advantage. I "(and of the so-called complete, (Department of the Interior) is' preparing the vote,tomorrow..were to: be_cast---.:. ,r,')

. the maps of this series that include for most popular roofinginstead; of
:r" the United States. All the map!, for the election of national officials,there wouldbe
ry' are to be uniform in shape and general
y overwhelming plurality in favor of
appearance and are to have the same an .,./
conventional signs. CERTAIN-TEED Roofing.

1x'1x'i H As most people in this country have

more use for State maps than for This is indicated by the fact that "The General" makes ;.

1.1 maps of any other kind the Geological I H of all the asphalt roll roofing; made in America. The

1 i TN OUR great-great-grandfathers' time .many Survey is utilizing the data collected balance is "scattered" among o9 other manufacturers.Each .
.: for the world maps In preparing and I

New England families had a cask of rum publishing maps of each State: on a I year CERTAIN-TEED rolls up a strikingly increasing -
scale about 1 inch to 8
larger -- every j
I number advocatesbecause this typcof roof is
in the cellar..It .
miles. A map of the entire i
Plates on this scale would 09'ted |/' -coming to be recognized as the most efficient covering

sheet measuring 20x31 feet." | f for al \kinds of buildings,with cither flat pitched roofs.'
offered chil-
was freely to ( .
guests except .
The survey has already issued such ;' \ J
for 33 States the latest one being :
maps
dren and of coffee-is
) freely partaken even as
that of Florida, which is one of

the largest of the series.In Certain-teed
r p4 today. .
compiling the map, every available : :
I resource of information has been

': This old-time custom gradually (passed out ransacked for material, and many SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBnSBBBBBBl

I of existence for forefathers it I data never before available to the I Roofing sIs
our recognized public in any form have been procured -

so that the map exceeds in accuracy -
Y was harmful. any heretofore published. It "i clean-and sanitary, costs less to buy less to lay, less to maintain and :'RI

measures 44%x61 inches and is sold I I less per year of life. It is guaranteed for 5, 10 or 15 years, according rI
anddelivered by the Geological Sur- I to ply (1( 2 or 3)). It actually lasts longer.
1 Another old-time custom -coffee drinking
4 vey for the nominal price of 45 cents. I II The secret of this long life lies in the quality of the roofing felt, and the ;

-is slowly passing in the, same fashion and for asphalt saturation. Roofings do not wear out-their life depends upon

' I CITRUS OIL INVENTION I the length of time they retain the saturation. CERTAI) EED1

h :S7 the same reason. I f made of the best quality of roofing felt; and is thoroughly saturated

...,. I\ GIVE NTO PUBLIC with the General's own olend of soft asphaltswhich keeps the inner
] saturation soft and prevents the drying-out process so destructive to
i The abandonment of coffee drinking is made the ordinary roofing.CERTAINTEED.

: easy nowadays by the use of Instant Posiutny then Of interest to the citrus grower is is made in rolls; also in slate-surfaced shingles.

the statement that in the annual report There is a type of CERTAIN-TEED for every kind of building
? pure cereal beverage with the colfee-li e taste. of the chief of the Bureau of I with Rat or pitched roofs, from the largest sky-scraper to the smallest
n r
residence or outbuilding.CERTAINTEED .
It, Plant Industry that a machine has '

: Unfike! coffee, this purely ,American table been invented which successfully removes is sold by responsible dealers all over the world,

.. 9 the oil-bearing portion of the at reasonable prices. Investigate it before you decide on any type
drink contains no "caffeine" or other harmful of roof. 0
rind of waste and I cull oranges and I

.' 1 1I substance. other citrus fruits, thus making it I General Roofing Manufacturing Company .

I possible to eliminate a large part' of 1 World'. Lerrpef JWoM/acHmr Jtoo/utgu m4 B.Ildl.gSere]

1 \ the expensive band )labor which has N.w Y.H1 a.. cw- ............. a..5. .....
'. P.is now used. daily in tens of thousands ,: : heretofore rendered the domestic pro- ,n..t4.--- |...A..I..L.d. a..a.- ..
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duction of' sweetorangoil comparatively I .{ ...... 0M...... H... *. 4.0.....Car t.....tdi..q.p.i ,.IL.
of the best of'Am'erican homes where real -); unprofitable. This machine Uo 7ii t.toai U.U. .Mt.| u use Y.mtaatextsa Co. ; ISW M

has been patented and dedicated to the
t ( : 'son rules and health is valued. -.; public. ? Certain-teed Roofing'

., 1" There has also been devised a practical -
1' : simple and inexpensive methodof ,--. is sold by the
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manufacturing sweet oil
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l .'N. from the rind of'Milland waste fruit 94WA COMPANY
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: 6fl1ToLoRs Ar [VNING .Blames HMtawn i..l. tiii rritis hereby 'r.q'alr"'''t pp.-U t'\tb.' but known.: 'It Is therefore ordered that" 'the fact.i: "ct. Seal) FUNCTIONS ; 01 oombl&lnt ... .aid non-realdent .
ftlot
... .. Ip said ca. on 01' Defendant* band .10hn.tol.aarrett. WrUOtsr. tee come'
.
'- '_ -" '- .. .
-r .M- b.for. Menday. theIst day 01 January" hey ar- hereby required to appear to 4S-11S
r" ,, ,(Continued From Pag4 On*.}, JW D. .'17. otherwise the all..aUol 01 tn..bill of complaint He4. In amid cause 'lalna. t '
._TRAINS RETURN-TRANSPARENT SIEEVES aaM bill will, be taken,aa confessed..by on- or Jt>efbre>> 4th, day ( .. 'tbe 'C" 'ef'l Sevoat
f -' --T=---- . said defendant. .- December ,A,. t). 1915"ot\.h.\ 1 the a1. .."f.-I Stale *.f PI**.. )
railroad advertises.Itself-as. the "Bak It Is further ordered teat this order 1.-.a lon. of said bill Will b* taken In . and f.. 0 ee.le.OM. .y '
; b* published once a week for four consecutive I due coure aa eonfeeaed, by said de !. Cfcaaiorry." .

(Special Correspondence..) ed Potato- Route ". because, it. week In'the Klsslmmee Val fendanta. It .I. further ordered .that lULL roll ,
u"oll
passes Icy Oasette, a newspaper published tasaid this order b* published one. a week Edward p. ,
NEW, YORK. Nov. .22.With all ev.nlng':, and'equally 'populist are the through 'the' Montana section I county and State.' for four eonaeeutlv weak In the KI.- i- 4. 0..11.
: i potato I This$ .November lltb. If 14. i .Immee Valley Oaaette. a newspaper Harrte Loethsa dates, Recpec.Jes&.'
the theaters In full lwine and society dresses In MoyeiCAgre: style. and Mm. baked (CL Ct.,SI) i 1.. OVBRSTRBSTIV; i published In said County ,and State* It apprarlna- evidence appended ,
fashionable ,. potatoes' every Clerk .CIrcuit This the Slat day of, October, A. p. 1M*. the Bill .nTed In above cause that
'giving entertainments for In the sketch Is a very graceful evening O'Brxsn. A r>.d ... Ct Seal i Harriet Louisa Adams. *.
charities' and benefits.; New York is frock that for' ,/meat on its dining ears. SoilcltoF' "Complainant! ,r 1 co.rt.1 ICt t_ Ov.r.tre.t Clerk'. Circuit Court. therein named I. a R..n..n.

quie implicit 'Yet 1.50 to fl:>& bushel} are eV. Qarrett Solicitors for Com' flat. of Florid. and resident of
.alive",with gayeties,' ncl..there is' no and real elegance can not be surpass per .HICR...-"-I.A..IO. ', plainant.. 44t 'I ... and I I. over th.* ac* of '.Gill
'the for
dearth of.festivities 'which afford the .')(f. The foundation. is of .lace; and the 'on' quotation potatoes Chicago _.:1H- .-COUNTY- COUNTY.COURT"L01UDA.OaCBOl.. _.... 'iN In one. .ar.and.. the that...there. I I.ef no subpoena person <"

Oct. WHOLESALE.. Mr--t W... PU ..yo.A..nt.. .".. Mack CIRCUIT 'COURT. STATE OF1 I whom .
best upon would
bind
opportunities to view the beau.. jverdress, Which hangs hi'p&neb at McClam. Notice I. hereby given that Florida, .Seventh Judicial Circuit. 0. such Respond.li -
who ."In WIn eld: applet are selling now; b\ virtue and In of distress *ola. County.- ChaDo.r,.. Arthur F). Is, '
titq11rpwned.women :gaTher at the front and back is of chiffon velvetor r pursuance a therefore. or".d'tl. 'said
: Donvran. Complainant r. Bllaabeth P .
as low'as 85 cents a- b .hel-pod ap.. warrant Issued In abov. entitled n-rBldent .. 'sh
,, 'the various, evening performances an4 .satin. A beaded girdle with iu.el.l cause In favor of said Plaintiff and Oardner.' .;fd al."U: ndna.rttbM hereby l! reoolred to appear to the*
f pies, aald Mr. Coombs.. "The stores against. said Defendant. I did No lag by filed
: on of .
.tal.l""au: Complaint filed In i sad cane
sd'ends
entertainments. 1, twice In' the above Bil
wound around the that Elizabeth :
ask 75 hand- vember' 4. 114, attach the "followrha -. before Vondar. the 4th day oj
cents to for the
fancy p. .
Jl named article of the Defendant, Gardner a* truite and Sidney,
to- December.
I ,All manner of colors are thrown together waf.to A. D. the
I )$ked apples. 'The freight charges wlt f dIning tables If dIning chairs, Lambert a* trnite are nonralderttaof "1.laU..n. of UI. oth.rl.taken
hi:wild profusion at these gathtmgt Dance frocks are still worn moder-' S sugar bowls: 11 -salt and pepper the eLate of Florida, and ar. real- by said Respondent. . '
do not ',accoulit for the. big ditre"ncebetween' stand. 1 tong table 7 ; stools. 1 side dents 'Ot th* City County and Stat of It I. further orderedthat this order? -
for Fashion has provided wide short. Even the 'with New York. and that Andre'van der'
3tr dresses
a : '75' board t 1. refrlfrerator. cleotrle fan. be published on.. a week for four cossecutiveweek
cent a.bushelIn Kansas Meerech and] :Vina .. .., .
I I ca.h realsterwall' pictures.' 1 lot van der ** . defendant In
.re'not the
getof colors this To trains Klsslmmr VaJ'
r ) long skirts in
season.
though .
\ ennste and fi a'''IW.helln'Cbleap., It paldfrelaht'at.the'rate fcnlvss, forka and apoona. lv/atr cool. therein named are nonresi.d.nt leT O..U.a "._ published In p
each and ,all of the different general, as every one knows ore long 1.1'.' 1 dlabeaplates, --cup and saucers, of the State of Florida but areresidentS said and .oapl "
,
of 91 cents per 100 1[ oolfe urn." 1 oookstov and cooklna .f the United State of America. (Ct. Boat) X 1.,
on and. their various shades 'WOUld er this season than last. '. :' Utensils. 1 lot water jrlaaseB. IS nap. .,and that th* aree of all these C -.CI. OVRIIE .'
'pounds on the barrel my mother sent tins, IS table covr.. 1 Ions shelf and parties are unknown-;' It I* thereforeordered
make a long, list,, Indeed; so let us Mention must be mad..'of the..new'angel to me. Carload lots certainly would T wall mirrors, as the" property of the that said non-realdent defendant Tl. 'OtoblJ1.t If I. :. ...I

ourselves 'with' l sleeves which above named defendant., ana all per- b* and they are hereby required .. Cl
-Wxontent Cevrt. .
some of the are seen on. so PieCe mt rlmrtmm.ei
obtain'a .much. lower rate than thla. ;. ....n. are knhw' e.nulr' I' Chew hefl to anoear ta the- bill Af MfemMlal. 51.1' .<. a
r :D1o.t' ro\Dinent. These are bright many gowns., These graceful flowIng n--I'ftht..tiit..op: : l In- Ho-said In *ald cauee on or before Monday' :th* C..t'r.J.5eteI I.Circuit.Cb.eceu7. . ".
"The commission man getting the 4th day of December, A. D. If Is. other
on or before W.. ,
'greens, royaU purple, blues and reds sleeves are of transparent tulle ornet. '' Saturday. December Snd, IflS,. aa 1 wise the alteration of said bill will b* Tbp .a t Case. O-, .
big gob of coin. Between the Kansas >a c-orperntteai
in different tones, lighter shades of Some of th.m reach to the bem will on said late, eel! said property or said taken defendant.In due -course aa confessed by -"i._ .(, ta* Stat (
It I. further .
Illinois ordered o -
or Michigan apple grower and BO much thereof a. may be necessaryto Cern1.a.t -
of the skirt, while others are a good satisfy claim. of PJalntlff herein. r that this order be published 0"0. a C ''>
the consumer there often U a ,differ.ence .. ., 1. H.JNORAM.Boerlff week for four oooaecutlve week In 43. P. IMmmlm. med IN ./ 't
deal shorter reaching on.ly' as .far as of about\ $2.60' bushel.. Thei Oaceola County the KUelmme Valley 0.*..... a mews ... ... .A D..l l. and "n.bis.. w' ?
the: waistline or thereabout )Klsalmma. Florida. November 14th nap r published In said County and wit.. D.fe.d..ts a J. .. "
middleman is responatble. "11._ 4S-tt ran. Thla the Slat day of October', '"* by airMavlt'aB J '-

Smart Street Dress. I "If car loads,..of cabbages and potatoes .. ';i- (Ct. Ct.UII.Seal. ) the bill a P.filed' Dibble In the and abovestathat P. c.u: f
In the smart dress shown T. 1..
walking ) Cbleap'ral1.road the Board of County Commissionersof Overatreet. Cleric Circuit Court. wife I and -T. U nibble an ,
are beingheld.. In
Osceol County Florida will receive Tohneton Oarrett Bolloltors for .Ei.lb : "
In the sketch is seen an example: of o.ne hi. wife, th defendants '
yards to keep up the1 market, as lids up. to 10 A. M., Dee. 11th lilt Complainant. .1-" are ....nt. of the .'
of the !very new sleeves for daytime on brick, cement, gravel and sand, sufNOTICIO. ida,_ and are residents. -Alton.. State 'i
government agents have declared I.being' is flolent construct If miles of road fft. .
IIOTICB1'TO
to I
CREDITORS.. Kanaaa and that each are .. the
dresses. The fullness at the elbow il
done then -mark wide, brick laid flat and curbing to lot I of twenty-one.years: It sq .1. ..
obtained by means'of pleatsbelow" my words- be t IVi' Inches; bide will b* receivedon !. C**>rt .1 the C.a.ty Jmrnrnr. Oe *la .. that aald non-resident ". 1
it is the commission man who is having all of above material or on any ('en.ty. State mt Field.. .. ord.r" and are hereby. required'
which the sleeve fits very closely from' part. .. r* Katato .1 Jmmtrm W. .......... to spoon to the bill o'.co"I"t filed
detailsas them held. lie would rather pay The Board reserves the right to ac To all creditor, leratee.. dlntrlbu- In laid en ne on or bcforo M.'xlay. the ,'
wrist Such ,
.he elbow to the track' charges to railroad companieson :rl'tl't':; reject any or all bids. delre" tees: aad all persons having claim or 44li day of December, D. 1141. other- '
the sleeves and the unusual pockets to demands against said estate: wiSe. the allevatlona of said bill wilt 1
idle cars, and let the products rot, J. I* 'OVERSTHHET.: Clerk. You,- and each of you, are hereby he taken.* by.aald. 'd..,_ -
{ : ,, I;i.ailnlnopFl5. : nntlned' and required to present any ., 1.t : i
,;thah io lea.th.l'Uit..and vegetables claims' and demands which you. or It I. tUl'thel ordered that'tll. order

on'th. market NOTICK. either of :you. may have against the, ne ** a ire on1nccu'lve
I II| and-cause' a dropin 'The Board of County Commissioner estate of James W. Prentla. deceased. week In' the ICisslm'.ns I Valley ,.,
I the high prices 'of cabbages, potatoes of Osceola Count1'l"lorlda. will recelvr I late of Oacrola Co nt.. Florida to the O.attt. a newspaper PlbU.b.d 'In 3
'- bid. up to 10 A. M.. Deo. 11th. Ifll; on underalrned admlnlatratrlx of paid said and mate. -
/ etc."These the County Poor Farm, consisting of II estate, within two years from the dato ThIs Norembar let 1110. '
commission acres. of land IB acres In grove, and hereof. ?ClrruIa f. r. *wnns"vrr.ourt'5eafl 3i
men are guiltyoftwo buildingethercon. . iated Oci.-I. .- A....D.-.1I"., --, -( '- .
great -vilsr -TheyarecaUBlng'nigh "'The board reserves: the rlrht to eo* MART J. PRBrfTiaft d. V..KTtlBBS, 80lcltor C.rt'"Clre"1 C.urt. C.
or all bid. Address Admlnlatratrlx. .t! "-4t
any .
and :rftl'sct: .
prices they are keeping rail- .
.1. I.. OVERSTRWIST. Clerk.Klsslmmee IN C4RCUIT COURT. SEVENTH JUM- 3,1
road idle when there ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICeS TO
cars is great Fin.norivic rial Circuit of Florida. In and for thoCounty '.1rL" .
need for them. of Oaoeola. In Chancery. C. I RBAIBSTATEV ,
W. Johnson Complainant, va. I M. .., C., ." al ,
OF APPLICATION FOR TAXDEF.D L.! x: : .. .c..tr".t.'e.t
Park. .1.rI.
Farmers Mast Organize. R. Warthan* Mrs. V. '. "'
UNDER 8KCTIOKIII BT4 AND (
t '
Plckren and rickrn her husband: e t .
'There Is only .one- solution l. can 67X. HNKHAL HTATUTKa' OFTIIM l_ B. Pooser; I.. plckren also knownas .nt. Wlte .- 'e *
STATIC OF FLORIDA. '
D. '. V '
L. UraJiam); Calvin. Buckets r> n'to all whom
.- That J. organization of the and John F.. Headley as former ,< BL Drought a. *
Notice I I. hereby that W. C. thai
farmers in a manner so thorough that foster purchaser 0 flv..n Certificate.No. co-partner dorhsr business underthe Administrator of of Wlla"i
firm nameof Buckets Weckarley ,'
they the .. 28. 17. 28 and 810. all dated the4th Headley, and Individual and/ William day of d.e..d. wil. on. "
,oan 'sweep middlemen out of day of July A. D. 19... has filed as ; apply tw.: ,
Boswell and all claim- the Hon. T. M.thurphy. Jad
; person County .a
said rtlflcs4e In office and ha.
0 existence. my Tax Ins Interest under J. B.; Simmons deceased In and for said County, e>t hla-offlca In '
made for IssueIn
Deed to
"I have mentioned apples and accordance application with law. ; or otherwise) responnts.Sill Klaelmmea, In Bald County.--* .1..
eggs to quiet title. Order of Publica o'olock a. m. or aa soon .
and potatoes, but it is the same with Said certificates embrace land respectivelythe tion. To all whom It may concern:: It, matter-can be board, th..al. 1'the "' .
following described lying .
appearing by affidavit appended-to the to eel I. at public private
; ; or sale the
every farm product. The middleman: and being of FlorMA situate In Osceola County Bill. filed In the above stated cause that 1 following rea rlbed real eetate... In aald .
is getting share." tate to-wlt: the Defendants (Respondents) 1.. M. I County, to-wlt: J. '. ,>i' ,i
the big No. S4. AU 14 In
Section Township
i Park and R. 1* Warthan arnonrest, 1 Lot. 10 (twenty) and tl, (twentyWh'leh "
Panel Overdress.. for Evening. 'I 14 South Ranre SI Kast; dents of tti* State of Florida-ta. residence on.) Dlok (8eVente.nftbe, town ,4
No. ST. All Section 14 In Township 1 .! 4 ,
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TAKES OFF' DANDRUFF o( each of .Respondents belog 01 8t. ,
pink and 1>lue,.-apricot and maize, as I 14 South. Range *1 East; "" given' as; I. M.' Park. Atlanta application" W' baaed .
II In wil
No. 18. All Section
HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave Township!" Georgia; R. I Warthan. Banderavllle unecLth* petition for .
sale ,
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well as all-white and all-black which 14 Mouth Range II EastNo. ; 10W'Oa
mid
Georgia; and It also appearing by Ale fHssald .,
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I 810. Lot i and '. Block ... Court
are well represented,"as are the black- ...-. -.- S Your Hair! Get a 25 eent'bottl Lake- Front Addition to fit -Cloud. affidavit that la over the the age of the of 11 said Hepondenta Date A."n..lfl Y ,;
age years; 9.DROUGHT. -
and-white combinations. of Danderiae right now-Alao name The said of Moody land and being Skipper messed and In'the O. C. It Is, therefore. Ordered that heretn-abov said nonresident ,U-I( -- Admlnlatrator.

As for the styles, certain dominant -- stops itching scalp. Outlaw, at the date of the Issuance named be, and Respondents they are herebv.requlr- -I "c
ft't;; of said certificates unless said oartlfl* ed to to the Bill of Complaintfiled AD.INI.TRATOR'\ NOC T SELI:
features applying to most evening cuoc.& / catea shall be redeemed according appear

are distinctly! ; noticeable. The Thin, brittle, ..col.rle.and scraggy law'. tax deed will Isau thereon on the day of.December.In said cause on A.or.D.before' 19163 the otherwise 4th la Ort .1 RIL Ibe ..ITATIII.. ..,'Mtatmt ',
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gows hair 1s' mute evidence of.a neglected Uth day 01 December. A. D. ISIS. the allegations of said Bill'will betaken .. 0_. _. ". .
of.:'the for instance 'Isyery Witness hand and officialseal In' re K.ta< tL '
vogue train scalp, of dandruff-Cthat awful my a. confessed by said Respondent * U. Harber..D'
scarf 1 l his the nth day of. November. A. D. It I* further ordered that this order. "', .-
evident although all gowns do not There is nothing so destructive to bS'publlshed one a week for four (4> Is herebyelven. to all whom '

carry.trains. Some long trains made the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair ([Ct.. Ct. Seal) 3. I.. OVBR8TREBT. consecutive weeks* In the Kslmmee It ir>*> concern, that Qorsr'Barber
of its lustre its Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola- Valley Gazette, a newspaper published a. La.eut..r of the estate of LAU
of the' material of the'dress give the strength and its very i County Florida. In' said County of State of, will on the ISth 0'
It'D"
Ii' .- life, eventually producing a feverish- I 'I.- H BuL JC. D. G.MOTICV Florida and or[ Oac.ol. In of November, A. D. ills. apply to the
stateliness and 'dignity that always floss and. itching, or the scalp, which. said i County. Witness the ,HonorableJames IfonotaLI T. M. Murphy,, County Judge

liave been associated with trains; from For-the St 'e t.. I if not remedied:caoses the hair roots rORrVBUCATION1.De.partasn W. P.rkln..Jad.* of said Court In and for said County at his office In'
KlBslmme In said
at 10
the olden'da,.. Not 10,.however, the I at the sides of the skirt give.marked to shrink, loosen and die-then the t .f th* Interior: '", 8. 'Lead and official my seal name .Clerk said thereof Circuit and the.a. m.. or. a* _n.County thereafter "o'clock. the

hair falls out fast. A little Danderine oan** at (. lSVliiI.. ria. N." 11, this th- lat da th. November. court.1 I matter-can b* h.ar for authority toI..I
-trains of,tulle or'net, air7'nothln8'l., distinction., the drees. The fullnessat tonight-now.._ time !M.. 1916. ", J. OVKH8TREET.. .'j at public ele the fol.
any -will surely Notice I. hereby given that Benjamin dssorlbed 1'. ** In aid .
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this the with flat at the 'panel
.blcb'an seen on/Jnany-of sea- sides a- save hair. & tt
your ; : R Whit.. of Klsslmmee, Fla., who on Johnston A uarrett. solicitor for Com County, "
ion's,gownK- Tb.. ,take on' a yery front and back'Is characterlstie of Get a 25 cent bottle.of Knowlton's April tl, 1514 mad Homestead Entr ':. IplDant _' 46-4t1 .toWItJ .14. (six) In JUGk':
I . Danderine No. HT4f. for' KH of SHU and 8E<4 I. 4fo J' A1!"Jtow'n ,'
frivolous character.,:. ..Theyare Just many of the new designs. from any drug store.-..Yon of NE% -ctlonl'. Township SI ?. IN CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH JUOI- orel.. aecordlnej to the pint at. .

bits of'soft drapery attached to the I 'On this' figure is also seen ,one of surely: can have beautiful hair and lots Ranr V B.. Tallahassee M.rldlan. has Circuit of Florida. In and for the said to" In the offlo .f the
of It if. you will Just try a little Dan. filed notice of Intention, nak. Com% of Oaoeola. In .Chancery. C. Clerk the Circuit C urt *f said
'back of the-'dress and'meant to be the small 'turban h.ts'with flowingveil derin. Save mutation' Proof to establish claim to :Johnson 'compiainan5.vs.- 1. M. County by the Beoalnole Land In..
1 hair| Itl!
your Try the land above described before Clerk ; . Warthan l Mrs. A. V. ,Plck veal throwncover;: the arms-or'beek' In the which are beingvery much worn Circuit Court at Klsslmmee, Florida, application will b baaed
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; _ _ _ _ ren and L. Plckren, her husband) I*. B. upon
form of scarfs.3Lcy at small hats have W. _. II- on the IStb. day of December. Ifl4. 'ooserj-l'Plckren (also known a* I* th. petition or.. I.. -.on .Ul* "
present /The
very ) "
;; Clalrtiant names a* wl>.nejs***:. B. ,O. : p.- Graham); Calvin Buckela and JohnS. In-, said Court. '
'\ Underskirts la "Evening Gowns little trimming on them. As* manyof I' 'LegalI Hancock* fOl Ixrarhman.; 'In ; A. .1.i Headley,. .. former e..rt..r doing \. .. J4th. A. Ul. ,
I Clltaa. Lourhraan .;; Samuel (
business under the of < .
': .a A very popular fancy, worthy"of the veils are heavily embroidered with I Clarkof Lourhman. :Pla.i) ,/ F.' Gear. Juckols *,Head ley. and a* Individuals; .. ? GJQRqJ BRDER., w.I
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*; note,, is th. use of lacy underskirts wool or chenille at the top this servesas Advertisements of Klsalmme. Fla.ROBERT W..DAVIS. :and claiming William Interests.Boswell under; and J. all Simmons nersons .IIIV.U .IDICIAk tnHcrrr.

:.,ttb evening' frocks the underskirt a': 'decoration. for the hat, which .: "-|' Rsrlstr. ,deceased: or oth.rwl. R..pnd."t B rwalseA. COURT Of.. 'j

forming part of the dress. The dress needs; no other trimming The embroidered .' II .1111-. - . I 1.111111111 NOTICE or APPLiCATION FOR 'l'A'X ,,Jill tion.to To quiet*U tt.. It may. .nc.rn Pble.. I O.VBO"A COUNTY_ .. -"lf' f ,. 'J-,: 3 "

WOT1CB5.Th DRKD inVDRR eSBKT4 ANDars appearIng by affidavit appended to ',"' ""
cut short in front ct.tncplace' part of the veil covers the '
.la. usually ? OI NICRAL: STATUSEs or Bill filed In the above stated cans that Myrtle I tJ B >*y. : ; >
to a rich petticoat and gradually top of'the hat. Board of County Commissioners TUB STATE Or FLORIDA. the Respondents: William BosWOll.bfra. Complainant, I .1'1 '
01 ..f*& County will' receive bids Notice la hereby given that Asrnea A. V"Plckren and U Plckren her v '
eloping toward ,the back. In very Small hats are enjoying great popularity to te .. M- Deem.bel' llth.. MlsT up on May Bryant, purchaser of Tar Cortlflcate lusband. L. B. Pooser; I* Plckren (alao Heir .f .. .. 'We Pm1.r. ::

elaborate of ."nei-the Russian turbans palntlnsr court house roof On. coat No. II, dated the Tth day fit July' known .* 1.. D. Graham), and John F. mee.e.ed. .f
'gowns, petticoats silvejror are workto b* painted with' Tea.IN Md A. D. If IS. haa filed said certificate In -lead ley l all have addressee unknown to '

gold lace are worn with gowns of considered especially smart. When O.ulb.rt brilliant red roof paint. my office and has made application for the complainant or to the complainant's BILL TO 41UIBT TTTLJB.
eer"'r'" re..rve. the to ac- Tax Dead to issue In accordance to law. solicitors; and It also appearing by .
rich velvets silver or gold tissues. hats are not very small they are very reject any or all ,:,Il.b; to Said certificate embraces the following said affidavit that the said respondents To al Interest \
and of them be addressed to deacrlbed lands, lying and being lust above named are all over the euro In the loflowln. der/.d property, J
Satins and brocaded silks combined oddly
large many are J. 1. OVER9TREET. CI.rk. .Ituat* In Oaceola Cqunty, State .oi of 11 year: It I* therefore orderedthat under .. or .
with tulle or silk nets also fashion shaped. Large picture: J ats of black 4-4t KIssImme. FlOrida.In Florida, to-wlt: : the *ald respondents heretnabovenamed otherwls. *. to-wlt '
Lot 'A" of Block Eight (s) of Mary and whose addresses. are unknown and. Irulonal SW01 NE.% of 8cL
some very sumptuous < ..*. (Imlt. 0-1. ((1) of Section One (1) Township Twen- to-appear to the Bill of Complaint County Florida. '
The loosely-fitted chemise dress ular. They are trimmed with ostrichor 'C....,. ,flmrlmm. I. CkJme .._ ". ty-elx
which\ has been so highly favored Is paradise feathers and are lovely for ((18) Ea.t. the Rule Day'In January. A. If 17, appear the bill of complaint filed .
: Ta. City..f KI..r-'a-; ...rI... 51.aleipal .. The said land being assessed In the same beln4r the first day of idV' : herein on Monday, Dee. 18th, 1911. '4
one of the styles frequently seen for formal. wear. :'... .... name ol A. J. Strickland at the date otherwise the alterations of Bill This order to be published for 11consecutive
0 I of Isauanc of said certificate. Unless will be taken as confessed. by said respondents. weeks In the Klsstmm
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------------------ C. Dibble. Defendant. aid I certificate hall be redeemed aorordlnsr It/1, further ordered 'thai Valley Osmette, a weekly newspaper \

this order be published once week published In K ..lmm.., Osceola Coun
to law Tax Deed will Issue a
SYNOPSIS OF GAME LA WS county license"; a "nonresident coun- It apP""t'lng; by aflfldavlt appended to thereon on the 11th day of December for eight (8) consecutive weeks In the ty, Florida.

license" for $3 and a "nonresident the bill flied In the above-stated cause A. D. 151*. Klsslmmee Valley iasrtte. a newspaper Witness my had and seal this llth
ty ,
(Continued From Page One.) that.tm hunter's license" for $15. No license named Is a rVsldent of the this the (th day of November, A. P. Stat of Florida, and of general J. I.OVKRBTREKT. I:
State of Florid., but ha. been absent 191*. circulation In aid County. Witness Clerk Circuit Court. ,
or injure any game bird or animal good 'except in county issued. No license from the State for more than sixty J. I.. 'OVER8TRKKT.Ct. the Honorable James W. Perkins. (Circuit Court SaL)

.dIU'' and Is now resldlnr at Alton. said Court, and name as JO'Bryan .& I .
deadfall scaffold required of resident Confederate ( Ct.) Clerk Circuit Court. Oareola my
by pitfall : :
cage, ** State of Kansas and Is over the are (Seal) 7t. County Florida. r'eto and the official Heal of Solicitor for jlalnant. .O-U "
salt blind baited Veterans. of twenty-one years; It I. therefore or. the Circuit Court, this the lit day
snare, net, lick pen, dered that said nonresident. defendant of November. .A.. D. 1.1. SEVEnTH JHI>ICIAl. 'IHODIT STATBOF ;

hook, baited fleld/drugs, poison, chemicals 13. County judge.to have 25c, 60c b* and he I. hereby. required to appear ADMINISTRATOR' NOTICR TO SELL (Ct. Ct. Seal. ) J. L OVBRSTRBKT. '. V1., >HII>A_It* TUB CIRCUIT
and for each license to the bill of complaint flied In said REAL ESTATE.LIOtIAL of Circuit Court. COVET FOR O"rBOS.A COUN.TV ,
similar device. .II, respectively? cause before IN CHAMCICRr.BILL. 4 "
explosives, or on or Monday. the let MOTICH.' Tohnston A OarretU Solicitor for -

6. It is a $25 fine to catch, hunt, I issued; county game warden to have day the of allegations January. of A. D.said IflT.bill otherwise will. be lm Crt mt Cmmmtr Jadjn. StFlorida .i Compl.lnant ..-1 TO"eliBJT .
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Oeeel If. tet. .TL
C..ty. "
or kill any game bird or animal between 25c, SOc and respectively, for each taken aa confessed by said defendant of C. .... .........t. 0-..... I" CIRCUIT COURT Of THE 6BV- :
license issued balance to the It I. further ordered that this order Notice la hereby given to all whom It Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and T. S. tMtmtmt Coasplalnaat.va. .
dark and daylight the following ; goes be'' published once a w ek for four consecutive concern that I. Sarah A. Prcvntt.na : for Oaceola County In Chancery, C. !

county school; und. week In the Klsslmmee Val may Admlnlatratrlx of the estate of C. 'W. Johnson complainant vs. 1* M. All 1"w: *
day. Icy Oaaette a newspaper published. In F. Prevatt Deceaaed. will. on the 12th ark: R. 1. Warthan: Mra A. V. Plckrrn :
14. County game wardens are appointed said County and State. and 1.. Plckren, her husband L. B.' ala .r IM B. .J... <
'J: 7. It is a $25 fine to kill more than day D. ItlS, apply- to .
the board of Thls November ISth. ItlS. the H'o 'i'rebe.1i.;:': MurphyCounty 'ooser: L. Plckren (also- known aa I*. .r ... .. "il..de'de.erIhed 5 551
: one deer, two turkeys, .twenty quail, by 'County commissioners (Ct. CfrSeal) J. U OVBR8TRKKT. Judge In and for said county. at his I">. (irahami! Calvin Buckets and John .> Bill
birds of other said appointment to ba . vOerk Circuit Court. office ID Klaalmmee In said county at P.' HeadFey a. former co-partner doing ., Crnplsi.t II.sp.a4eatS. -
or .twenty-five .
any p'Brran A .
Pledrer. business under 'th firm name ofBuckets
.- noon thereafter
10 'elock a. m or aa
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species'in 'one day. It'.is a $500 fine based upon recommendation; in primary Solicitor. for Complainant. 48-81 I I.. the matter can be hen rd. for author- A }ie.lley, and a. Individuals:
I of a and 'William Boswell: and all personsclaiming ORDER FOR .ERVIC BY rUBt.1. *
performance
1918. Jty tomake specIfic
after November .
: to kill more than three deer three NOTim* contract In the nature of an unwltneaitrd Interests under J. B., Simmons !
., 16. All grades of license shall ba Tha Board of County Commissioner deed from the abov immed. C.F.. ceased: or ... R..pond..t.: ..
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) turkeys, or:; 800 of any other cameL of. Osceola County' Florida, !will: receive Prevatt. de a..d. and petitioner a. his nOl to Quiet. .. .- It appearlnr from the swern Bill OfComplaint .,
l bird species In one season. of different color, containing a synopsis bids UP to IS A. M.. Dec. 11. 1.11. wife, entered Into the lth day of June lon.' To all whom It-may Itappearing tl..d In the .b.* statedcase
of the law printed on th on a-tract of land of about. SO or lOiacre. If 11. for the conveyance of the follow- from the sworn Bill ol' Interest that t r.tt claiming
'., 8. :It Is a $25 fine to barter sell, game located between Klsslmmee.<'l Inr-deaerlbed.real ..tate. In aaJd coun- plaint fl..d In thin rausa that th. '. an In property who*
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back; and hall be'good only for tho St. Cloud. to be used .. a Count- Poor t the property Involved name and plac** of residence are unknown
bird of > :
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.. or offer for sale any game 1'evm.' 'toaiWFlv: ,." season or fraction thereof immediately The'board that the and that there I* no person m
an,m.l. open reserves the right to" e<.-- Fourteen of West Klaalmme aocordIMIC knov D..nt.; and name
following their issue. -" cent or reject any or all bids. Addr-.ss to the official plat of record In the of eo'th, persons .. Interested are .onknoan'to the State of Pipridaupon whO the
v. It i is! $100 'fine to hunt outside all bid to. office of the Clerk of the Circuit' Court the Complainant! and that service of a Subpoena' '. In f
'l J t ' .. prayed In" said Bill of Complaint would be blndlnr- ,
.- without OVBR8TREBT.. Cl::: rk.Klsslmmee of laid county Osoeola. 1'.11. >TirW
of with I I. ordered that aU.
your voting precen'ct Rub a sore throat BALLARD'SSNOW Florida.In Which application will b. baaed.upon against snch.unknown' Defendants I th.r.lo. par.
license; a $25 fine to change or .' the petition for euoh awl. now on Ale : It I* therefore ordered l aa Intereet .heir*, leg*
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.. LINIMENT One or two applications 47lrml c..rt. Stele..f Florid 5ev.sl In enid Court. parties claiming an Interest In t'l- SteeL devleeea- .ran. under. orthrough
: license; ...-..... 10 1916. lowing described property Helen L* n. Jer
ctrral oeln
Walter a will dire .Jt completely I P..t..4 November .
; !I Cmmmtyr. Caxry.Tb . \HAII A. rREVAT'I'. the Count..o' Oeola and Sta", kin. deceased or h.II. 'be an"t
10. It./Is a $25 fine to transport 1 Price 26c, 'SOC and,$LOO per bottle. 47.4, AdmlnUtratrlz. Florida. The .rth.h.11 of the North .tllo"l said iLl.oJI.r "
: th of the
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.. KtM4aassV half of the of See- *
,within or without this State. any game Sold by Osceola Pharmacy; i I .IvipaJ CHy. Cramtta>n., 11'I,11.' -'- .Ion If, Northwe.t quar..r. .*;* if.Oast. :' at Klaelsarae. <.Oc ola,,' Xij?

wIoutpmper4IIcenaa. It is a>100 : .1 I U: t'lRCUIT: COURT STAT' : t ')> Janl*' rewntaln .....ta '..* 0. r r' U ...' .'n-th Julic'-.I oirr: ..I'. ':>* tie. Complainants Bill of'Complaint day la Zalaa. next, the being
,fine for any common carrier, to **celvf StatistUs show that 70,000,006.anmals !- .., are killed each year for.their for I'" Oaee.la Hardware-C.._", a Crmmmmmmrmtm. : .1.-J ii.-jrn.tkmpiaiflant. va. E I..t-.t 0' pliardf1. In V..bru.rJ A. IflT. the same belnr this. Bill will t.- tAke.seonfeu.4.- ,
,such' gatn for-transportation'. t..aI. It ', It I. farther '" bat this order
.* .._rtltl... .. .; e_. .P4'.nelalte, pr' .'.'" ". of said month: else the '
1 f Vn The >w1thessfurnisbing'. m Ing liy airioavit appenaeeotL. iji : Hlllwlll b*.taken aa eon f eedi: be 'published O'c4' .nIs W..I for: '5"
: <; .erjrirdence .\VII.flT1W.' 'Meed a Ossurrt "Tosda- appearlnar.. py affidavit appended to filed fri the above .atate<7 ecuecv't1aEli..ib.tf..I' .<.t.It IB further ordered.that ...1. or. twelveImnte eonseeutir-We Kla *. 0,

; totonvict for.:any>violation'oftWgame '" : .TaU Orore'si : the bill filed"In above-stated cause that Qardner a. traMu* and L. Scale Fountain' .Schults andO...,, C.Behult. 8Ihe"", Lambert -. t..t_' ier. ,.oft. -(!!).' -onetlv) wicks In published and of aneral .I..ton la ,11,_ _
( la ws"shall h..fblt: of.,the u 'The CM Standard .Grove's Tastelesaehlll ..- her husband twO'III the defendants reid.ite'Ot theState: of 3"lofld.nt Klasimrno Valley (Oaaett. a newspa O.e.ola County, prior- t* t.. ._-. ' _
aed. is /valuable therein named are reeldenta are reald. ..ntir of. tb. City County and published uary 1st. HIT. \ t. \ .
TonfcJ ,equally as orOeaeral
finervim t ; .. Tork. and that wltn*** < mr :and T * *!'of,
rw ktatt ( Nev Andre van 54 of .
of *
-of the Btat Florida. bat have ben ( 'rIIJlf.o o.
.It.. Person ; 7.sidlutIn ,the-State _Tonle .became It conUnstb&::: absent therefrom 101'-m....* than sixty, tI';!' M..*r.ch and VIsa van der .._Neb. r.i : said Court at 'a8__ Florid tiE'I'

," :; waUkaowa toniopsapsttlesof QUININK ;days.' and a,. prset 'residing atBloom.bvrg nil '- jForlaw. Defendant therein ." Perkins.. Jurfere and lath .,day ofl.. .... A. D"I, .,
4' twelve, months 'and the :county 5 sixmonths'may amdlKONr -It 1Ida_the Uwr Drive,.: ,-- *l. of ., Penneyivat.: I named ...... non-realdnt of tae State rtiv _m. ae Clerk thArt. .ur the OVRRJ -' .

'":.: : ; on. payment; of $1 to the oat Malaria .a.,..* the Blood ,astd.BafldsnptbaVKjoleBysUm ,and years are; It'"Is ever thereto'th.ae 0...of."tw..tr-on.1 of UnltedT,morUa. State but'. of are America rldata, and. oC tbM the MTIrUI the seal,1stday of the of Bold"..CircnltCourt.thiS .. "... A D. a..e..)the_ ar , 'r' {.f\' \" .,

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..>*IOIO< 0*. 0'l' IOt OI l i ''l i t * OICIOt I orating. During the social hour at :church enjoyed a povel evening Saturday either fruit or money.. This idea was ;submitted by -
tho cloao of the afternoon, sandwiches, at tile home of Mies Nina Brat Shipment will be made between Dec. Savage several weeks ago, but jt,waS J il:
Notes : cakes and tea were servc-d. I ton, on Brack street. Here they builta /5 and 10, In order to allow the fruit I lauf aside: until citrus fruits lost their '
.# Society $ Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mrs. S. B: Ault- bonfire, made hot coffee and roasted plenty of time for transportation. acidity and became more phi.table. I ;,
man, Mrs. Henry Aultman, Mrs. Guy Venies on long sticks. Sandwiches -- - ,---

a (l\lrL E. E. Wells, Editor.) Gardner Mrs. J. D. Woodbocfc Mrs.J. completed the feast ... .oooo.ooooooooo oooooooo..oooo.oo.ooooo...........
D. Clark, Mid. S. H. Bullock and
Miss Ii ez Carson also were in attend FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII. DR. J. A. SCHREIFELS; ii llt
Request U made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend items ance. 'Sunday school at 9:45: N. C. Bryan '

,Y *f Society Event '.0 the Editor for publication 'in these column.'r The hostess for the next meetingwill I superintendent. Competent teach-. THE ,CHIROPRACTOR, SjCKSt -
ers and classes suited to all
ages. :
be Mrs. Bullock and Mrs. Wood-
,. _ _. _ _ . Preaching 11 a. m., subject, "Ex The slck'ahonld remember, that where there is life there U hope.
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* cuse Making. Subject at 7 p. m., I If you have given up alt hope, and feel that you have been hoping ,
", PRISCILLA, CLUB. H. M. Pfann, Mrs. M. S. May, Mrs. J. IiARVEY, -EATON. ,"The Moat Important Question,. In.Uh* against hope,.then I want you to eonault me.-and find out about the 1 >
h tr .----, R., Gilbert. Mrs. J. Z. Robcrsoii. Mrs.C. 0-: ... World." wonderful' result Chiropractics have. in store y
Mrs.' C. N. Paver charmingly en- N. Paver, Mro. C. W. Griffin, Mrs. 'A quiet wedding took place ct the Revival services still in progress for you.
members of the Priscilla' Gardner Mrs. Clyde Hilton Mrs.S. ; and each Spinal analysis and consultation free.
.a tertanled the Guy home of Dr. Edward T. Poulson Jast with good music preaching i
+ ,, 'Club'Saturday) afternoon at the Hart i W. Lawler Mrs. R.. W. Cobb Mrs. evening at 8:30, when Miss Blanche evening at T o'clock. Office open Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. between: 8 and y'{

.".Memorial building, where the hours I Holmes Prather and Mrs. Sam Rags- Caroline Eaton of St. Cloud, becamethe Come where a comfortable buildingand 11 A. M.--above Wenner-Sawyer Store. 1
.p i '_ passed all toot quickly with pleasant I dale. bride of Mr. Lloyd L. Harvey, of a cordial welcome awaits you, and ooooooo..oo... o.ooooooooooo OOo..oo.o..ooo..t..
. .' 'conversation' and dainty needle work. ; F' . Winter Garden. The ring ceremony i where the whole gospel it preached.. _
< A delicious\ ice concluded th.a.t Hev. O. B. Falls, Pastor.
I t course "ECONOMY CONTES'lFOR used, and few friends were in
: was a 1 ... -- .... -"" .... .M- .... --- -- .... -- ....
te.moon.Atundlng V.
, ROYAL NEIGHBORSThe will
y attendance. Mr. and Mr! Harvey w- 6Ir- V- "' -
i; { '(' : '''.: the meeting were Mrs. make their home at Winter Garden To Ship Oranges To Soldier BoysThe
>l.:.>K.F' rmen Mrs. A. Cotterman, members of the Royal Neighbors Orlando Report:!r-Star. 10
: : ':Mrs,"'JVL. Beaman Mrs. J. Z. Rober- I I I lodge made merry Tuesday even- a. Valley Gazette would like Kls- J

;:,ti ion, Mrs. C. Ei Hilton, Mrs. J. J. Griffin ing with an "economy contest" at the ENTRE NOUS CLUd. simmee's Company B, doing duty for
.. .' Mrs. Elizabeth Waring, Mrs. L. home of Mrs. E. E. Wells 104 Posoi_! The Entre Nous Club enjoyed a delightful Uncle Sam on the Texas-Mexico bor- .
; --. toJ,. H. M. Pfann, Mrs. H. W. Morrow Mrs. was awarded to Mrs. A. Cotterman.The ,I C. N. Paver hostess at her pretty members can use Christmas. Oranges r11N.*, ; R Ri
', C*. L. Hammack, Mrs. Robert Glover occasion was the regular meet (winter home on Mabbette street. Club would seem like "home" for
'a "Mra. S. A. Bogue, Mrs. J. D. Jeffords ing of the lodge, and the hostesses, routine occupied the hours and the them. We are sure there Is nothing
', t; :Mrs.,H. N. Brntton Mrs. D. S. Marks. Miss Marion Safgent and Mrs. Wells, .afternoon closed with refreshments, they would appreciate more as Christ

,2 f, Mrs., R:" D. Cuke, Mrs. T. M. R'vers' had arranged an amusing program of ,when a chicken salad course, fruits, mas gifts.
'G Itrs.: E.MyrtleVCollierdRubysWh Millie I puzzleD and games. Miss Nellie Best and tea were served. Those attending To this end, we suggest that some
," Keller, dden, received a prize in the puzzle contest, i the meeting were Mrs. C. N. of our orange groyers donate as many
'4 Effle Lawson and Hatabel flyer of.Orlando and little Olivino Savage drew the Paver, Mrs. H. W. Morrow Mrs. L. H. boxes of oranges, and grapefruit as I .
1 and Mrs..C. E. Hilton will be' hosts' at Refreshments of sandwiches salad, who will entertain at lh. of us who have no fruit shall donate 1

:thejnext meeting. ] wafers and chocolate were served next meeting. ''I I Is tho.money for freight charges. F. y
', .! This would be '
,* ib1R&'MALLETrE wherein Dorothy Wello and Olivine ? some acknowledgment -
: HONORED. Savage assisted. All the appointments I KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB,. : of t..rvJce..rendcred. by our
-' of the evening were in harmony with e. ", soldier boys and would let them know t
<.r the costumes, and the prize were The Kissimmee Woman's Club will they are not forgotten by their community 1j 1
Mrs.. George W. Pernono was a
Thanksgiving favors. The invited hold its regular' meeting at 3:30 ,-
,banninl"-hostess Wednesday from S guests included the mcmbero of the '''o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Nov ,,28. IL,W. Anderson and lit S. Llghtsey '
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home to $:30 on'Mabbcttct o'clock entortaining street, in honor' at$ her of lodge, Mrs. H. W,Morrow,Mrs Elizabeth lA I full attendance of,members is urg have generously Agreed to donate ton THIS IS ANNIVERSARY WEEK. -
.,' : Waring, Mrs. Lathen, Mrs. Sawyer ,- 't, ," taxes.of oranges.We'.would-,like to
her mother; Mrs. J, Mallctte/who Ga Isflow Misses NeJIie) Best,'Kathryn: WI The membenhi v r*:of the MothgraTeackera ; hearfrom any others,willint to,give' Special Values'I in. Every. Depnrtl11cu'tStart
her; from Savannah
gucct: Club been Invited., to, b
Long-stemmed, roues,:',and '"pink cix, Frieda' ; Reidel. ;, and Marguerite meet with ,us,!:and;l\s sn interesting f:a- '{be Ytll kylzettelasequeited.; j; tonotifytliuritera your Christmas buying early: Never ha this stockin bo e.-

_it "vine", to attractive baskets decorated Base.. : : ture of the program "will'he'echoes who-shoot the rooms and conformed.to,the' pink MRS. VAN DUZERa from the Florida. Federation"of ,,W P.-..* front or in"tho:corpofati limits that order ferrice. r -'t' h
land white color scheme. ENTERTAINS BOIESES en's Clubs convention, now in sessionin :! .:they'will ba'aitostkd'unlbse l they stop.i .
A'rogrepslva;: g&rocs amused the '" MAAS BROS., TAMPA, FLA.. '
t Miami. i I' ; Piles Cored In A to 14 Days 1
.guests and 'an 'Appropriate prize, a Mrs. F. J. VanDuzer entertainedat At the conclusion 'of the program, Your,dritswM will plead ,......". M AZO I "Ta.. 18.,1.. C..... ol 8ea. .1..1.." si
progressive picture, was nwerded W \t refrishment\wlll bj served".' OINTMENT flflB to. 6 o'clock' dinner 'last Tuesday l.dar..IThe !
''Jk a Bllad.lllaediD,Protruding PH_In 6 Mrs. II. W. Morrow for being the meat "-'l.fr f1t'A"
v complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. The Kissimmee Woman's Club ', first .ppuc.UoB (!*''.KM and &.. Oc. I .-- -- -
\ adept player. A dainty maderla hand Boies of Missouri Valley Iowa, who 'wisheD it understoc 'that'every Wfpn>- -- -- -- --
kerchief rewarded Mrs. May in an are guests 'of Mr. 'and Mrs. H. W. I an in Kissimmee 1s eligible/ to membership .
amusing sewing contest which followed. Boice. Plates were laid for Mr. and in it. A cordial invitation to .
,t' The tally cards and place cards I B ice Misses I Ibe entvM the meeting Tuesday afternoon ;
Mrs. Boles, Mr. and Mrs. pre ;, \
_rY; were decorated with tiny,turkeys, suggesting Frances Bay, Lassie Lathrope, and is extended to all. Visitorsin I' The Victrola is
the Thanksgiving season. Mr. G. E. Lathrope. the city are included in 'this invi ,
Late in the afternoon tho hostess 000KERAMIC ur
tation.
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'" .served delicious banana salad with CLUB.
+ a Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., President.! .
salted nuts 'In and white
4 dainty pink .
Mrs. W. L. Dunne Acting Secretary.EPWORTHERS '
1 baskets, date sandwiches, marguerites Miss Ouida Malloy assisted Mrs. S. 000 ideal for Christmas
and tea. Mrs. A. W. Bailey and H. Bullock in entertaining the members - EAT WEENIES. t .'
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Mrs:' L. H. Ingrem assisted in serving. of the Keirmic Club Monday afternoon -
key Others enjoying this pretty social I at the studio where tho! hours The young people of the Epworth ?

{ evont were Mrs. H. W. Morrojy/-fifrsN, were pleasantly spent in china dec- I/eague of the Methodist Episcopal It is sure of a hearty .
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thoughtful individual, firms, and corporation It applies to life, to they like best. \

' t fire to health to damage from the element, and in various other ,ways. And there's a Victrolawlthirt4 l .

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t This Bank stated in its opening announcement under the present '_

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t will then open an accounj. .see gladly play atty' ?

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