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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 1, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00779
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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: Congress .Meets On December; THE J I VALLEY" ,GAZETTE. . WILL BE Circuit CovifFor'roseeola County .In i

.. To Act On_ High. Prices; Of Food $2 A YEAR AFTER. JAN... 1 . I r Session;; Fewer Cases. Than Usual' ,

..' '> TEOPLE WANT 'RELIEF FROM EX'UJORTION .. ........ On account'of' the increased coat of newt J ONLY ONE CRIMINAL AND AW :ONS'


; into the publishing of it newspaper, the Valley .


other {throughout the State find '
par e r ,

SUBJECTS. ROMAN HIERARCHY j it nece .ary'to raise the ptice'of' subscriptionto The fourth 'annual meeting of the ,THUS FAR *

4- $2 a year which.rai.e will be effective Florida Drainage Association will )beheld -

Rev Augustus E. Barnett, D. D., a at West Palm Beach, Jan 23,
r ,WASHINGTON, D. (i, Nov. 27.- January 1st, 1917. Judge James W. Perkins, presiding! '
activities Protestant Episcopal clergyman from 1917, opening at 10 a. m. Monday.
within Federal comparatively control of many short time is Philadelphia, Pa.,delivered .three addresses Until Jan. 1, how aver, we will take sub The question of land reclamation over the Seventh Judicial Circuit:'of t
a Florida, opened Court for
indicated by the interest which gov- in Kissimmee within tho past scription, .either nsw or renewals, FOR for agricultural and other purposes rrnU, county last Circnict Tuesday morning Osv,
the will bflj discu\s d by able statesmen,
week warning against political ". !
ernment officials are"the taking necessariesof in the and anti-public-school activities of the ANY NUMBER OF YEARS, .at the old rate engineers, contractors, business men,. Nov. 28. 'The 'calendar of canes ,for' f
question of prices; usual.
trial Is'smaller than There Is r
lawyers and scientists.
the Church of Rome. of .
heirarchy of $1.50.We
life and the demands Which the people '
only one major casa is be tried-that'
Plans will be formulated for closer ,
The first address was from the i
y are making for relief from the ex- forced to raise advertising .
are our >l criminal assault) on n ,J0ynoldrirl. ,
co-bporation those interested
Broadway band stand' last Friday among: t
cessive prices they have teen paying. The other 'mlno.. off Jon.Tho .,
I are : an
; night. Owing to short-notice an- rates also at the same tire.K (drainage! and reclamation. \
and im- .
For months this large '
; many civil docket: -also 1 I. hotter tlunssual.
The feasibility of the ,
portant matter has been held in abeyance ? nouncement of his advent, and becausethe ISSIM EC* amending Ox "t: .
( drainage, laws will
and comparatively .. sting be thoroughly : -
while the country has been going night was raw chilly, a : j
Thc are slxtoon erTmlnS +
him I discussed.A I :: en! :'- of .
enroll greeted
through the quadrennial duty of electIng whIch four era against 019 dofglulait ; '
.. to"
most of which had come to attend the hip' the Everglades, tWowcirtd'a
a President. i and t\\.I
concert. About ___ _ __ __ ____ _ grentset; drainage- project tsj l'c
There have been mutterings about regular .Friday band, \ L.u -- -- - "_ up___ '- .. j I SCVl'a & : \
beliif arranged. I IUxli ; ; .
150 peopl4heard/ him. ( *' .
rthe cost of living. The Republicans ,''
t' \
:bitlon! of ditching, levaMatr,', ,.II'I\' ,
twitted the Democrats during the and KISSIMMEE ICE PLANT K. C. G. A. IS BUSY : .Tor '
Denominational Party ; nod\ pnmplrir machinery la invl D:1.: J J i I States Attorney1 Jcsph }f. **"l"
campaign with the fact that, insteadof Tie Bind Him Less And Less. I, Tae visitors ineladliv I.(' -OM' OrHnda,: Is' rcsantlnirjr r.Ud) : r '

reducing the cost of living, as On this occasion Mr. Bennett referred SMOKES AND. CURES MEATS MEETING TOMORROW 'a-1 PF, prrwnct Is '''Inv tej j of.and will ,be gently! ii ),iStata.' The erirt '.tm: 5sr phVi1''<,1i' .{* J', .W"<
1912 '
promised in 1910 and prices were and indirectly to ;tlhrlesE. ''
only slightly i i aTf>rocjaUcl.] Only members of the as : HeCrory, CJrrtlt 'Co JjAA :.t'i.
steadily increasing; but the Answer his usual He devoted his time That Kissimmee has packinghouse The I Clerk John I <. .<
: topics. no packing-house of, the Kissim- rcclrton! will re: a vote in tho pricood.ngrc. *" OVQl'ltr ct 'Ia. I4.IXX! ': ""
was '''.he European war," which also to several anecdotes and to praising facilities has for some tim: meo Citrus Growers Association is ; ,taro cf the lecordd! e5c. ;( )i -"'
figured in the campaign as a reason Florida for its climate and other ad- been a great drawback to the farmers under full headway and is working I YOJ nro'nrjrc-d 1 to be present. ''Names' Of Crard, Jurora rI ll''1\-\ "x 10"TIJ .

for the prosperity which had so much vantages and to praising Floridans for and stockmen in this vicinity who pre- I smoothly. Manager Piano] says not achancre For information, write BeninminfGctzolf t(I ) <)' rrond Jury (drawn,;4>:y"(_t1b,. :

4 (Continued on Page/ 12) electing one Crtts to their ,Governor- j ifer to raise and kill the meats used ora readjustment of any of ;[ postolTice box 90, West Palm Judge Pcrklnr frcm tho pclftoofr' ; '

"hip-tho he did not mention our Pet on their tables. its Machinery has been necessary Beach, Fla. thirty-six! publlshd" ,two woo ds'ngo. ) ; "

I Feline by name. He discoursed generally To accommodate this need the Kin since its opening. v |! Florida Drainage Assocl:1 :o:1. > Kn-jrles; '. ,' />.... \
'. CATTLE on religion and patriotism also. simmee Ice and Cold Storage Company TQ last night nineteen carlo du of By G. W. Oliver, PresidentKBSIHMEFSJfllSIC'CLDB ..n. TJ. pa**, jK.. Morgan; '.' \ .

i One point he emphasized was that remodeled a portion of its plant fruit .had been packed and shipped i Richard Bast IT. L? Ovorstwt, y- a

AT OKEECHOBEE !, religious denominations I'grow to mean is j| few months ago and installed n Ordinarily a car load is 300 boxes, but I. i C.Aaron E.'Gnrdn Jnm :1.Jamey M. Roberts P"'+ten' !+,on. ,J alai:: .0 0(

i less and less to bim; and that he j I I chamber where meats could be cured. there Is scarcity of cars 'throughout 1 F. B. ITnrvey R. W.", Simmons,,

'4 B. F. Dealer, the veteran cattle buyer asks of !any person is that he or she ,',' So well has this department been {the country, and Mr. Piano is load- !!,7 rinrfc Howell, Oscar W1. Simmons

believe. in God and stand on the Bible. patronized that the company has now 870 boxes to the cor. At one The Mue'c Club held Kirhy Lrnlor, J< Spencer Tlson,'
still is looking for Florida cattle. (ling nn-" Karl Lanier 'J. H.
He said he had: broken his party I Itie's advanced another1 step and is build- he had much three ; ,
as as carloads other elf-attended practice
::}. a
ap, He departed from Kissimmee a week : Meeting B. Lawson, A.:A,.'Wh3Ier: ,
in the last election and had voted ing a modern room where meats can -of fruit and *
packed awaitingcars. last .
' Monday night.Its :
,t ago last Thursday in a ear and got The others drawn on that, Venire are
. some at Camp Hammock, from the for Woodrow Wilson. (Great ap- be smoked under most' favorable con members are racking marked !II serving as petit;jurors-J., E.,'Alder.

J pI.....,) ditions. The rainy weather has interfered under the diectorship"ofMis C. G. v'
; v Carson Cattle Company. The next .1 progress man, Alllgood, ; F. Austin, L.
\ with his cousin, Louis Knight, and an Saturday and Sunday were devoted has been obtained from Washington I with(the supply of pickers. The association lie singing event' will be rendered by W. Chandler, C, ;E.\Denig, C. tl.Dr\K-\ :

,, '*lnspector,joined Mr. Lester at Whit- to addresses in other towns, but 'officials, and a careful study will be has out twenty-seven pickers the club's membership 'within & short gets, S, H,Fertic .C.. 'H,.funk.' ,, $p. H.J.

:tier, andthq; ,partywgdetpelr.wato. Barnett..r turnedn, timeto, M"J']'I made of this feature. j I nowjand expects to put out more. Beginning while. _.,. Prather,,Aaron Reaves,.C. J. Ro throckTJ. .
Olteeohobee, where Mr. Lester had akmoderatesized audience in the Manager Jones says that the best next 'week, it is expected to ; .'H.','Tumblta, J.*:T;'UndwoHl,.

''' purchased a bunch of cattle from E. stone Casino at 4 p. m. Sunday The results would be obtained where the move two ear loads of fruit daily. MUSIC DEPARTMENT'IN' T. J.?:WoodslL... ","*. '

E.Skipper of Bartow. lower floor of the hall was two-thirds i hogs are brought directly to the plant The association still is picking in ARCADIA The grand jury had; 'not; returned'
j the' day they killed and he said John M. Lee's. NEWSPAPERFrom .
are llI'O've.
; Southport It indictment
Okeechobee Is now the cattle-dip- fill ed. I any the1'time the

tie. ,plhg center for all of .that part of He delivered another address at the, every 'effort'would be made to pro has been. working also in the county- ,Valley Gasetto :went.'.to, press. ''There
,duce first-class article 'of smoked farm ( Arcadia Daily News.) .
a .rove,-1n the Edgewater Farms '
The Florida East Coast that night at 8:20: o'clock- Continued .
same place !;
the country. Cured : on page f) r
land meat. grove,:>and in B. C. Miller's grove. The readers of the News are to be .
railway has constructed what are arranging the hour so 'as'not to con- OJ r
i i The Kissimmee Ice: and Cold Storage J. W. Miller's fruit will be started on congratulated in that this paper is to
Sabbath ,. services. )
probably the best cattle yard Intbe flirt with evening :
Company has closed the most next;. .TThe1\ have a Music Department! once s week :
just county' will OSCEOLA
\They'are built 'of heavy eya This time the lower balk.was nearlyfil184. ', grove. yield "": "" UNTyrAIf ; '. :
in tire af-1)|.successful season in the history of the about 800 boxes. ,.' -'' beginning today. .. :
and are complete In every de- This time,'and also .
',"' .' The outside fence alone is capar'T ternoon, he took off his gloves and comPany'and the same careful business I The picking has not been, nor will This department is to be edjted by IS BUILDING'RAPIDLY
. methods which have been effectual lit be, complete at this time in any of Edmund F. Scott, than whom there
: le of holding 1,000 head of cattle. dealt with the Roman question with -
.-.oir > / in this development will bespeak 'the association is none better qualified\ to make this
,. Within the yards Mr. Skipper has bare knuckles. | groves, owing to early The grand stand for the .Osceola',
like thee success tor the new department. :and late blooms-or two or three most delightful educational and relining County Fair I.i about half completed. j lw
built vat *
; a dipping strictly '
model and Bible. School, Flag. Should the public continue to patronize ,crops. subject lit into the lives of the It Is 24x100: feet and will seat 600.*,or .'I
\ government have spared no
"The nation that does not stand on this feature, the experiment, begun Manager H. C. Piano announces (Continued on Pace Five) more people1. "

J">.r.: expense In its construction.of time the the Bible, that has the Bible withheld with a capacity of 10,000 to 15- there will be a meeting of the Kis- t The tract which comprises. the fairgrounds . '
; Owing to dipping
), press andas from it, or that turns aside from the 000 pounds, may develop into ate im- simmee Citrus Growers Association site is nearly forty acres (la
took place on Sunday afternoon
: witnessed number of Bible to worship the golden calf of portant industry, and what is now begun held at the packing-house at 9 a. m. STRAWBERRIES WIN extent, all of which '(excepting about '
by a great
't of Okeechobee who materialism, Is doomed to go down into in a small way may lead to the Saturday, Dec 2. The object of the seven acres) has been cleared. The -,

: .. the never townspeople had seen anything like it., vile dust," said Mr. Bennett (in his establishment of a fully equipped meeting will be to discuss the Exchange FROM OUR COWBOYSOsceola speedway Is about half-way complet

Under the able of Henry afternoon address. packing bouse with sufficient capa- : Growers Supply Company. ed. Two drainage ditches hare.been
management -
Our nation must stand on the Bible; city to care for the thousands of head 'The company has completed its .organization dug to considerable depth and width 1
Partin and Ab Wright, Mr. Skip- received Plant City's kick-
of cattle and hogs which are now be- to beneficial things for -one on the west aide and the other +
i,'. per's foreman, the cattle. to the number (Continued On Page Eight) off and, after several line buckings, Mg
shipped inte other States.
ing The the ,
growers.All I on south side. The sand' taken.-;
of 400-odd, were put through in ... advanced the ball until goal was to go.
time long has been ripe for this movement associations affiliated with the I from these ditches was used in build a
record time with only one mishap.X I Then Johnson /got the idea he was a
Board of Trade has
The agitated Florida Citrus : the .
Exchange ing tpeedway.Secretary
'r *?' Casualty-doe bucket. expected juggler and with the ball sufficiently up f
'' .'"" '" The cattle were shipped to Texas U. S. SAYS NO CITR S the question more than a year to become MEMBERS and STOCKHOLDERS I to give Plant City possession A. E. Thomas reporta
and concerted action on the part of in the company. It will be that the fair management has practically
Tuesday via New Orleans, where of it. Plant
on City punted the oval out
CANKERJN FLORIDA stock raisers of this locality and the able to gave the exchange's members completed its list of attractions.
will take
thepcond dipping place. I of danger. .
ompany should bring about the establishment many dollars on everything needed on There will be two or three yet to be a
However, our boys gritted their
: 00000040@0000004 of a large and perma- groves*, as well as in packing-houses. I'I arranged for-of major importance.Citizens .
D. C. Nov. 29.-
WASHINGTON. teeth and set out to make that touchdown -
4 The citrus canker situation in the I nehti,industry of this nature. If the supply company is to be of ;t i anyhow-in which attempt they of this and neighboring
4 COULDNT STAND 4 benefit to the growers in the Kissimmee :' cour ties( are reminded to prepar ex-
South looks promising, according to forced Plant City's line back in a
I *. THE PRESSURE 4 the annual report of the Chief of the NEW SOCIAL CENTER vicinity next spring, it will be ,that promised well. way hibts fAr the Osceola exhibition: -the
S. *'i' t I necessary for the association here to 1 I I, earlier, the better. i
f!J O St Cloud, Nov. 2, 1916. Bureau of Plant Industry just issued. OPENED ON BROADWAYA. subscribe for its part of the stock. :' The Strawberries were butted back Some citizens are suggesting that
Florida, it JB believed, is now practically I to their last line of defense; but the
Valley Gazette, Kissimmee. C. E. Stewart, Jr., general manager I|' the clearing of some water weeds from ;
free of the disease, although, 'defense mined and
was ,
some desper- '
[ + Gentlemen. : You may 411 well 4k' of the Florida Citrus will Shingle Creek would make the fair
inspection E. Ford has tendered the rear of
the report points out, thorough nto P. C. boy touched off the fuse.
'O,stop my paper at Gettysburg, address the meeting tomorrow. accessible by water from Klssltnraea's '
his barber for
of citrus plantings will be' shop ((14 Broadway) use Bang! Osceola again lost the ball.
O Mr. D. S. ho *
Stermer "
A .Pa. as -
"down town. Also that of the
throughout at least the as rest room, reading room, smokingroom The one
necessary Strawberry general resolved to
who receiving it '
gentleman was and pastime by visitors drainage ditches might be deepened, ,
coming:: fiscal year. games Forward pass. It was a howling suc-
+,there--could stand'the *
pressure BAND CONCERTS widened, and extended to the creek
and residents in Kissimmee.
In the .
nd and has to Osce4: the other States fight bring cess. It almost made the hearts of 1i-
longer come but. little '
cost and thus afford
PiA the United Several public-spirited citizens have the O. I!. more ,
'- -v for the winter. waged co-operatively by n S. girls jump right out onto
,.ola county donated chairs, tables, and other accessories motor-boats and rowboat access directly -
of and ball
Oa Yours truly 4 States Department Agriculture I the field and go after the ball all l'
o the State officials has progressed very for the new institution. The Kissimmee Concert Band Will by ..themselves. Three long into" the fair grounds. The entrance ,
4. GEORGE N. SAUNDERS. passes '
Visitors especially: are invited to render its customary Sunday' after quickly followed, and the P. C. is fully .. quarter mile from the ,

-O:+'00044400000,400+ (Continued on cage 9)) avail themselves of this spot for rest noon ((3:30 o'clock) and Friday night made their first touchdown vegetables ; but ,creek, now-probtbly near a half mile.

...1.1;. -- .....-- -- I and social intercourse.It ((7 o'clock) concerts this week. (Continued on Page Eleven.) The Idea, cither way, seems feasible.

will afford opportunity to hear The instrumentation of the band is

r People Warned of Three Vast Plundering Proposals wonderful stories our elderly winter apportioned among its members as East Coast CanaiRiSanford '" -

guests hav& to tell-from the "coldest follows: '

---w" Before winter" to the "longest snake" and the *' 1
_ r)). Congress "biggest fish." DlrectCJr-J' M. Shearouso, Jr. Editor---Affects Osceola County

Clarinets.Charles Rcgero/ (solo), it itI

I: ""'* Valley Garejtte has received an monopolists. Mr. Pinchot Albert Schweikart, William Arnold,
The writes: JACKSONVILLE'S BIG I There are'conflicting opinions abou "The latter seems to be the most
f-i. 'autograph communication from Gif- Alan J. MacDonough. '
: an inland wat -" ny on Flordia's eau feasible route. Besides. which it is '

f ocft: JPinchot relative to-- three matters Washington, D. C., Nov. 22, COUNTY FAIR DEC. 5-9 Saxophone Ed HanseU (soprano). coast. I I'the one that holds the !most.prospeev

r :'of great importance to all of the American To Mr. W. B. Harris: of Ihq Valley Gs ""Coaefi-W. A. Smith, Neal Bart- All ,, in Inland waterwa f ;. ,e be eftt Osceola county. /l. ,1* "

*' f people';. Mr. Pinchot will be sette, Kissimmee, Fla The Duvcl! County'Fair: which will lett, R.,DeWltt Brown. Miss.Ruby ElJis I there' ,. -at, commercial at The- St. Johns route more.. ."- "".

.k' 'recalled a*'a consistent fighter to reitairftniblic Dear Mr.:.Harris: exhibit in ,;Jacksonville, Fla.;' on' Dee. J, A,,Huffman. set-b<"h UK an attraction to ,,tour Airily accessible to connection with; ," .... ,:<

!, wealth in forests' mineral Congress is about to decide, in thesession 6.,6, 7,. 8 and :9'said. be the'most Trombones W. Thompson Pra .tats and. as a means: of'lrefllht.ran., 1 ...ftnnl+ fr>n : the t."oATohoDekallga'. : y

I' :: lanfl...
"'t..,.. the fublic benefit.: .1 .. ', t natural ,resources'*belonging";;to" the opened in Floorido,f Huffman. (,'k ement! however, grants t turn:direct't; '.the St.;'Johns,;jivr and .
>$r.'PJiu bot warns the people to d. people and officially'valued at hundreds 'canal! entirely along the sea ; ;,r,'
'' ,..Its''principal feature -. 'nr"be. the Barytoneilnrray Over*tree t., .eoaal also to the octaw ,for St, cloud"andild4ma ,
'msrnd from.their federal Senators and of,i.million' ofdoliarbshaher; ; United 'States |2Q,N>9'mammoth; dis- 'Artos-lRoy; ;, Prtmtis Bat ..from. Miami to Tltusville, New. fIJIJ..tor.a ;"'' SL' ." >. : 1Coaaparal99ly 1-. .r '
Wells rk
.1' ;c ;Reprewntsy4"e.defeat of,?three mass shall ,nabe glvenraway'to'.certain ptkyof' experimental"ataUon",.farm ; ,Da Halifax";'and fit Augur ,' \',11tt1. c.nzE'wa: .ia' ,;t.f1M .

',,.ft., ur s tom Before Congress at Its next special iDterutt'Wbieh\ already buildings'and: devices,'animal diseases, Cbarles, D IIL., : 'I : ,tiDe Ato Jsckaonvfll... " to connect,the .Osceola' lake4aa .

'f seseftn') (several days ,hence).' Adojv- rich ..enough.. 'Unless, .. th&people'taki. .... ...a forestry. ,, weather-bureau .features, Pi r'rDrama' "' WoodaQ- 'QareantL :,- ,''b.. opposing'ranallsts"- l va..t:'i vivpR with the -St., J"i))n*., i., .
ot', theses, bills would, Irive 'vastUe.'bfbUb'.vrialth ., ; 1 ; 4 diverted > TltnsVill' sad '
tI Tallin addition to other exhibits ; l. !jat l. 'itaotho'lautet td the an'st.f', ,

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red is the''most
union Of all colors, conspkuous "
Norway has a total trade ,"
at a distanced ,

.Why Dress Foolishly membership of 25000. ....-- '
St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS Chinese labor London, England, can spare no more ,
THE ', France, Is, importing firemen for the "
f In Florida? for its mun lon factories."Dodsoi's army'CALOMEL

Fred Hertberg, Proprietor. ,

G (Room 'No .Fleming Building) AND NOTES OF THE "WONDEtt CITY" FROM OUR OWN I ,
By Dr. J. Y, Porter State Health DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER! .1i
x Darlington Ave. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. . Officer. .

C' ,t Mr. and Mrs. Rode and. little daughter Pennsylvania-Mrs; Grace Cooper. 1 You would be distressed if your' SICK AND SALIVATES <

doctor told you that you did not know i MAKES YOU .\ 1
of Bfowns'tbwn: 111., arrived here Oregon Edith Harrod. ,
Thursday evening fpf_the winter. Rhode Island-'Mrs. Anna Prather. how to dress;; but the chances are that .
: he would be confining himself strictly ---
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pruitt, small Texas-Mrs. Beebe. ,
r Utah-Mrs. Rankin. to the truth if he said-it. Tone tonijht.|( Your druggist or dealer
daughter and Mrs. William Phipps Vermont Mrs. Adams. I Most women and most men do not I liver Tone" Starts Your liver sells ton 1IiO cent bottle of Dodaon'a '
Kcnansville Saturday. I.'r' "tuunilcr! personal
on ,
motored to
my money.
11i Cincin Song by five girls-Edith Harrod, garb themselves as they should; and Better Thai Calomel and You Don'tLose hark (.ninriinlpc that each j> , '1 r
i Mrs. Amanda Savage, from that means-as they should for health liver better > '
Eleanor West! Constance Harris, I Glenn \>.ur sluggish( 'F
nati, Ohio, has arrived and will spcnfl! Kathleen GofT. and Marion Harmon- conservation. Of course, it has'no a'Day's Work d.,... ...j-.j1111"i i-iiloiiifl I und that it than' ,
winter with her sister, :Mrs.'Kibbe' eiol i i
the reference to imitating Vogue's fashions make/ \oar < {
old shoes and let who carried banner that ;,
a showing
Bring UII your on Wisconsin avenue. Mrs. Kib'be'n following the modiste's latest Liven ujt your uliiirn'1. !liver' ( F..1fine ]Itodwm'n>, Liver Tone is real liver :
i us fix them like ne<*. All work I niece and nephew are expected' soon I they represented Michigan, Nebraska, or ; and cheerful.. ; make, your, work n iniilii'iiic.. You'll "know It next morning I. ,
Montana and South Dakota. dams. l be vigorous and! full "t nki> !
pleasure: I.-,-uuse you will up feeling ftn.t..
for the winter.. Hlllhi'l
guaranteed.KISSIMMEE Oklahoma
'. ) from Virginia-Mrs. A. L. Harrod.W. northern climates tha: comingof tlon. Hut take no n"(-..1 y. d),'"|! unir 1 liver will IK- working; headache '

fLORJUAU Mr. an.d Mrs. Terpeninp have ar- Virginia-Mrs. Annette Smith. cold weather means that Ma gets calomel hci-aUBo it make" you sick. ;and, ,\ dl//iiicKM punHtomach: will be 1'-

I rlvfd from the North and are plesa- Wnshipgton; -Miss Morrison. out Pa's red flannels] and that Ikie's you may: lone a day's work.Calomrl . ou'l'k"ilv.'r .,,<<,1. and! I buwrU) tegular. t
in or '
antly located .on Missouri avenue. Wyoming-Mr ({art. I mother, down on the lower East Side, which caiiwn iiH-rriiry ncc-ronis' of tin-\ li". "..-<. l lhsl i l,"ni s liver; Tomis entirely: irepoiilili /: ;"'fj;:
k 4 Mrs. Veeder and Mrs. Vreeland I Wisconsin Miss "..ews him up" in his! winter gar- Calomel crasbes'' into Hour bur I Ikedynamite ( lbeu, 'fou' li.innli'Ns, and can not I :Ji)
the May Holden. wlirnyou MilmiU, ; <;i"" ,11 I to your children..MillioiiH .
in east Tlint'x
YR'SWOWDERFULREME Y were calling on Alabama-Mrs. Flo Deschner. ments, next to the skin, and he won't I kroiiking.awful it up.. mid I I' "f |M-II-| |' lire" tilting Dod ou'. f>t
afternoon. feel that nausea riiiiiipin;
end on Wednesday be "iirtied" until the shows "! "I( calomelnou. S/\/
sTOMACHirou Kansas-Miss Edith Jenness. grass Listen, to If ou wunt to i-iijoy" I.HIT 'I (nilii -t< dangerous '
; fI .{ ,. Q Miss Mittie May was an east end District of Columbia-Mirs. Elmina I tureen in the park next spring. the nicest, me W'"tll'Ht'> liver Ii".I 1 seerI, .: lour, .liiifji-t, \ will tell you that i(

'ONE DOSE" WILL CONVINCE: .;: caller Tuesday evening. Wcstcott. However necessary such winter cleansing you ev T-exifrl| <:inM'il lust tjiki-, the sal lc cif t'ulumel is almost at4tflI1&J,1\
Th Odd Fellows\ gave a box social a spoonful of liariulcea Uodmm'u Lnor entirely liurc., , ;
Gall Stones Cancer and Ulcers of the I Address by Uncle Sam to his chil- arb may or may not be in the North,
I It.
G. A.
Tuesday evening in the upper
he semi.annual'change has placein SI..l
Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication I no .
hall, which was well\ attended and a dren.An "f.iI
Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis I orchestra composed of J. I. Cum- Florida. ;

i "4 and other fatal ailments result from neat sum was realized. mings, drummer; Mr. Clark, first violin The doctors say we here in Florida

a Stomach Trouble. Thousands of I ; Paul Northrop, second violin; should wear the same weight of un- I The Favorite Store of Klssimmee I I'J
s Meeting of Veterans. I
derclothing the through, and that
Stomach Sufferers owe their complete in Neal Bartlett, cornet; Mr. Huffman, year r1's '
Association met
The Veterans' :
) recovery to Mayr's Wonderful! trombone, and Mrs. Cummings, piano, when heavier garments are needed, d
Nov. 25
session Saturday,
Remedy. Unliko any outer" for Stomach regular rendered two excellent numbers and i: for protection against lower tempera-

i Ailment. For sale by J. Z. R()- with the president and secretary bothin its music was much appreciated by the i tures, they should be thicker outer !
their places. coats and These are conven- FURNITURE
berson and druggists everywhere. the audience audience. The program was ended by wraps. .
America" was sung by singing "The Star Spangled Banner." iently put on and off, to meet the more ;
and prayer was .offered (Jjy Rev.. / i lees
or: changes temperature
T fWRIOAHETAlPRODUCtSCoA Adjourned to meet Saturday, Dec. I
:r J. B. Westcott, followed by all repeat- and need not be worn when com
2, 1916 John M. Anderson, Sec'y.HOME ,
MANUFACTURE ing the Lord's Prayer. President Ken- into from the
ing a warm room chillyout

fJ ney announced that the first numberof of doors-which naturally is impossible HAVE IT I
the lyceum course would be "The EXTENSION NOTES I if the increased thickness of
l't'r "
a Brewer By E. E. Wells. clothing-'is next to the skin.

ft Dec. 18. A box social in The hall above I There is also a danger from wear

ft. ...., was announced for the Odd Fellows Ila Fansler daughter of Mr. and ,ing heavier underclothing in a southern -- -- a i.
J .. AND'OTHERSHEET in Tuesday evening. William Hall ,' Mrs. S. T. Fansler, left Monday! for '' climate from the fact that such '
then took the platform and made an la connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete I -
4t i METAL Tallahassee, where she will attend the garments next the skin cause excess- r
;; L BUILDING earnest appeal for all who would to short course institute. While there ve activity of the akin and sweat line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting home, aad. \

V MATERIAL take stock, in the hall association and her expenses will be paid by the coun- 'glands: stimulating 'them unduly. laodle reliable

,Marr 1'OOA'I"' rHD SPECIAL wipe out the debt against the hall ty school board, this being the grand I Then when the individual stops the

': 'i! ;: :re another winter rolls around. The\' prize won by her on her exhibit of exertion, or in any way becomes chill- Bed Room Furniture Dining ;

,', ; funeral of Mrs. Maggie Brown, sisterof canned products at the county short ed, the blood which has been drawn tr ,

t Rev. Beauchamp, was announced'''course held recently in Kissimmee.At the body surface is driven abnormallyto Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par- I
for Sunday at 2 m., at the
p. the internal This has
; a
Jt'r organs.
) MUSTANGFor of Meth-j lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
s.* odist church. .The minutes the close of the short course held tendency to reduce to a marked degre-- t
18 were read and approved. here early in November a quantity of the vitality and resistance of thr
: Couches Etc.
w...'\ Sprains, Lameness ers:'! were: introduced. canned products was purchased by the individual, and the body is then less /
Comrade C. N. White of the 5tb Ind. ,
'i county and added to the permanent able to e"iat the attack of the man)
Sofes Cuts Rheumatism Cavalry told hiw well pleased Wfe was ,exhibit which is kept at the court omnisprescent disease germs. In oth

'Y ''',Penetrates and Heal to be one' of. us. W. II. Wiseman of house. This exhibit has been rear er words, such conditions favor disease This store is making a record for ibelf in the matter .. f

p Stops Pain At Once the 76th 0. V. I. is a late arrival from |I ranged and is on display in Superin- and the "catching" of bodily sickness helping people to outfit hornet. Come and see. Our price art ,
7olumbuB, Ohio, and he told an amus- nbL.... 1
For Man and Beast I tendent Yowell's office for the benefitof .
'25c.50c.l. At All Dealers. 'ng story of how the "boys" made all who are interested in the can- Now, if heavy underclothing has nc I.
f offee while on board boat on their:''ning club movement. I place in a Florida wardrobe, how -- $

way to Fort Donaldson. There were about furs? Certainly, fur as a necl ,

LINIMENTMACHINER lots of new faces in the hall, but they I I The canning club at Shingle Creek wrap, from a health viewpoint is objectionable TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS .j
timid out in the lime-
were too get
enjoyed a lesson in stenciling during in Florida; and quite a-

light. The collection for the hall was ,'the visit of County Agent Miss I certainly it contributes nothing bu' No matter what land of
to an Engine yea hay*-Gas, Steam 'i
a one, amounting $9,89. ,
' t'f generous Smith and who it ir
: Monday, th@ attention of risk to the woman wears Railroad ;
or Stationary Engine-we hive exactly the ToU. "
named the
chairman following
The as
> I pupils was directed to workbags,and this climate, however much it ma; Deed
.t e of the social hour for December la your everyday work.-Wreaches Hammen.OO. ete
leaders ,
't;, x ][bureau scarfs. A good deal 'of public ad.tpL/r satisfied feeling that. will) all .f *, "
the best
' quality and workmanship and
: !spirit Is being shown in this locality them -1a fe 18'8trictly in accord wit prices tail will 1
"J sAi niu' Dec. 2..9 and 16, ministers of the j and: parents' day will be abserved in the fashions. .: snrprUe yon. Tail store has the reputation of t handluf 'easy. " "

;'",' town. 1, .' j the schools next week when a fine -Isn't it pitiful, when the ';8ty s" 1.the i. hardware that i Ie of superior quality and ;you will make no ....." :
Dec. 23;"Mrs. WestcottfDec. .* (I new fence will be placed around the North decree furs to be de ri3U'( : take in coming here NOW and inspecting our. big stock. eti s.
AND 30 W. C. T. U.
.I ,
t' school grounds. for women's street costumes, to se
ALLSUPPUE5 This concluded the business and the
the Florida woman on a bright October '"
;.; following most excellent program was During Miss Smith's visit' to the clay| sailing down town with he
1. i'I i\' WriiIFerPrh.sAnd The scribe cannot too
fiven. say club at Narcoossee )ant Tuesday a fur "piece"! drawn up to her earF Osceola Hardware
" much in praise of this worthy effort CompanyMayStout
e most enthusiastic meeting was held while the thermometer registers uj!
the of the town
I as, by temperance women when the teacher of the school ex- among the high: 80s ? We've all s..e'it
i. them Each state
v -more power to pressed her intention of identifying many a time-have seen it anc1

was represented by a lady, and her herself with the interests of her pupils ,smiled*. .
I denoted the of that
cess standing and joining the club and becomingone The neck i ia particularly susceptibleto

FOR RENT Hate White on represented the prohibition temperance of the canning club girls.: It is changes of temperature, am! far ..... tr* .... ft-u- ..... fIPI., -.-_ .
; .
a safe guess that good work will be should be taken to protect it from
and furnished. stood for booze and costume
unfurnished a spotted
d done in this section for the coming these changes. In fact some of th
Houses unfurnished and furnished. meant the State was divided. The
Also city properties, farms, citrus, called "Uncle Sam's season. The patrons too are manifesting i- doctors: urge that the bettI ny t Lumber Co.
trucking and grazing lands for sale. \play was Party. their wish to co-operate in the mate: it is not to protirl it I

C. S. McKay ably and fittingly represented education of their young people and that the neck should not bo wn.pped!

TH[ [UK REALTY PARLORMRS. Uncle Sam, and Miss Goldie'' have just erected a flag pole ,in the excepting under unusual ,vp.ditiorc DEALERS IN

+ SUMMERS, Manager Grove made a splendid. Goddess of school yard. fc. in riding and at times whenh< House

Liberty. Each lady told what her 'I i entire)body is clothed] more heavily.But Building Materials of all
207 Bass SU Brack. N. Kiaalmmee
b' cor.
of follows
was proud as :
Two blocks north of Christian church.: I On Friday Miss Smith" ; will attend as no amount of reasoning i is Kinds
Minnesota-Mrs. Mathews. the teachers institute at St. Cloud, likely to prevail against the "styles,'

North Dakpta-Mrs. Riley. I where she will present her walk to the even if they call for furs and the conSequent

Florida-Anna Ausbaugh. ': teachers of that vicinity. i risking of health, it .i.iaveVi! .; Novelty Works in Connection

f, s{ 1 e Sonar" by the ladies, "Suwannee j I' to, call attention to recent discoverie

Riv-ar. Mildred Pnrtin.of the Center Park of vaccir, which, properly administered All we ask ii let ui figure on your estimates. t

Mississippi-Mrs. Northrop. club is now the proud possessor of a prohibit the catching of colds. Courteous Attention and Prompt
I Delivery.
Louisiana --Mrs. Merrill. large canner.FUNERAL influenza, the grip and like throat and

Maryland] -Mrs. Van Natta. I lung diseases. They work on the Ram' : Phone 21

K,l t SHEETS FOREVERY'BINDER Tennessee-Miss Paisley. I OF MRS. 1. J. BELLA principle! as vaccination against typhoid Kissimmee, Fla.
S&niy-"Maryland, My Maryland. j
by which dead cultures of the .
HIGH GRADE CATALOGUE r *"Art/""* */> < Vl
K *
Maine Dr. Cushman
0 (supplied.) I touching funeral service was held disease germs prevent the existencof +*+JirAr-++>&
H PRINTING hGARL Oklahoma-Mrs. Kibbe.MassachusettsNo ,
'over the remains of Mr8. T. J. Bell that disease in the protected ind'

: WHlUs N. W.response. last Friday afternoon, when relativesand vidual; in fact, render him immune. 464p4QfiMr{ K++*e** **"
Georgia-Mrs. Ferguson. |
a number of friends paid their There' is no guess work about it RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF '. '.
Song-"Marching Through Geor-
TAMPA FLORIDA .last respects to one of the pioneer no more than about the efficiency of

\ gia. : who endured the and smallpox vaccination or of the anti
women hardships
yt Idaho-Anna Turner. Thud diseases SPECIAL
,. Arizona-Mrs.. Daniels. reaped the joys of early days in Kis- ,typhoid vaccine. can
j simmee. ,be, have been, and are being prevented -
\ North Carolina-Mrs. Flora Cox. NOV. 6, SOUTIIBOUND_NOV. 7, NORTHBOUND
Mrs. Bell was the wife of Rev. T. every day by the employment ofthese -- ----- --
I -
''l'' 'VAN'l'ED.f' Ohio-Mrs. C. S. Hughes. J. Bell, the first Baptist pastor in the vaccines, and there is no more SOUTHBOUND Slops only at points NORTHBOUND I

A live Flu our Indiana-Mrs. Myrtle DeGraw. I and her necessity of colds than of these dis No.. 91 where time is
\ owner to act as Connecticut-Mrs. Strode. city was past seventyseventhyear. No. 92

v representative. Earn upwards of Arkansas-Miss Ruth Bleech. I She suffered a stroke of paraly. eases. They are preventable. Daily - shown Daily' ;lylgp
dollars California-Mrs. sis some time ago and only lingered But, after all, a sensible way to 9:15 AM Lv. Jacksonville: Fla --- '
'> ; fifty per week during your Agnes I prevent colds it to dress sensibly. k.7:30' PM

,1 spare time. Write for'particulara Delaware-Mrs. Theo. George. I caved Remember-there is much more 10:44 AM Ar, Palatka Ar. 5:54 PM
Iowa Mrs. Williams. 12:38 PM Ar. Sanford
t.: Don't Walt-Act First. danger in dressing too heavily, too Ar. 4:00 pM
She survived
Miss Willie was by two sons, W. W. 1:20 PM Ar Orlando .
Kentucky<<: Garner. .
Ar. 3:22 PM
aiw O. C. IIARRINGTON and A. B. Bell of this warmly than in not dressing warmly
Few More city one 1:51 PM Ar. Kissinune A' !
80"11-- Days, to tune *
''i,;> G b. j| Manufacturer of "My Old Kentucky flame' son who resides in Georgia, her native enough,, even in a Florida winter. I 3:07 PM Ar. Lakeland T!. 7 113S:55 PM PM'

; ? C..4RBURETOR-MORTOR N.evada-Mrs. Mathews (said ehe State. For preserving paintings a German ,3:2SPM Ar Plant City Ar.' PM i
.r .,/, ', ACCESSORIES The funeral services we' held at 4:00 PM Ar. ?
'J' .l.1 was so black she was. ashamed to e has patented a process which consists Tampa Fla. L. Vi,1! : ;

At, ': ,' Jll-5 North Crawford Ave. tome out.) the home on' Friday afternoon whenRev. ,of JncloBtirg them In tight glass-front OWrvation, Care Broiler Buffet PiSsTcS\ f _'*&'
s CHICAGO.". O. B. Fall conducted; the solemn Standard Coaches ?
tli New Hampshire-Mrs. Jenkins. I eases filled with nitrogen. Free Reclining '.
'Jew" Jersey Mrs. J ke'neif.ebnel. service and the remain were laid at y X Chalr'Can.
> ;1J-
.\.st 'CHICIIESTEf smis_ der. rest In Rose Hill cemetery. F I. Wbswat. Yes Talc Need OrorVsv' Ocsieral Tosdo I(; ; Effective N... 7, train No. 80 will leave Tampa at 10:-." A/M. +, '! "*'

, ''t ( .: ass .New Mexico-Mrs.. Mathews again. There are at present more thaa.1000 The OM Standard Grove'i Taateleea.' . VIA : : '.'

,1," ke.wa.r.. .. ...._ _.. O Missouri-+Mrs.t Frank Kenney., J eaperantoaodtttle.. In tAa world.Arlxonalhaa'an'eighthoar .' chill Teals 1st :' qaallT valuable as. a t" *.
...,. .. YIIM _"eN ..- .I New York-Mrs. .Phoe'b.. DePew.. ;. ... 'General Tonic because it contains the,.", .Atlantic, Coast. 'LinerStaff'rd ; ."
,1.1t'tj Eii. -\ninolsMrs..' Spencer 7" : day for: well known tonic propertleao/QOININB "'
.NRA Yl !. and IRON. It acts)OBI the, Drive :' .
:. 'rnar..reMNf.A115OLO '::: Sons yRed. WWta/Wd :Bine. ." work.rsain; electric' J"Jightanpower; oat Malaria./ Brrfcbe the Blood and (' Raifroa4(! .of/.the South t. : "

:' 14: .8lUiGJYSP. NlfDli South"Carolina-Mrs. ,McMak1s. plant/.. ,."t'' .,::j. r." H<{!I ," ,.: Builds up UMx- >le Bratem.V'. -.: f.50- ceatt.: i ir ;......0...MOI/OIOM' .> OM.. W OODt i6ar6 j
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/fnUDAT, DECEME1111V1t(: ;', 1 4' led ,THE ,KISS1MMEE' (VALLEY ;GAZETTE,.' .. : FACE 3I

:" ; H ; Jj.11/. i Told By Girls Of Osceola Canning Clubs J ;Jr .', .-" ".. ".'

rM The' Valley\ Gazette ha requested ning Club meetings I learned new 1tA6t ....
Mis AJbina Smith, county agent pattern of crocheting and many oth t .r-
for home-economics work lit Osceola nice things.- 'We'had a meeting a
county, to allow publication of the essays nice, grassy lawn, and all of us girl
written by participants in this crocheted while Miss,.Albino mad. 'the J Jj
year's work of the Osceola county ice cream.
Canning Clubs. Miss'.Smith assents, I have learned the use of tomatoes
and two .lIay,Win appear each week by noticing how .they are usedat t

., until 'all are published. home,' and I have, learned the use of
1 Temperance Hull 'of Narcoossee many other'yea'O't' ble. and fruits.I t4
made ''a partial success. and Roberta; had 296, pounds of tomatoes;and '
1 Baisden 'of Kenansvtlle" ,was unfor-! about 25 pounds of tomatoes and other \

tunate in ,the work; Their. stories appear vegetable were'u.ed. at home. The
below. vegetable I sold were 304 pounds.I RiRtIIEtaw'W
canned 8'cans of tomatoes, 16 cane

i iinJ I II Ii It. BY ,TEMPERANCE. COOSSEE.HULL' -NAR- ,of guavaa. and 20 glasses ofguavaJelly.

I joined the Canning Club becauseI .My work cost 5.90. fertilizer 50 rt..

' thought it would help m. In learning cent. and my profit was $21.50 after 'N f!
J how to can fruit and vegetables. all my expensose were deducted., fsYOUR' .-. "
: .The Modern 'My garden was an .oblong.-132 feet 'Through m'$ Canning Club."work I HOLIDAY WANTS 'ARE' a
;I long and S3 feet wide the soil .is avery have learned the proper method of
5 dark muck. I had onetenthof canning, growing, and marketing my BEST SERVED
: an acre. I selected it because I vegetables: nad fn1 ta. '

Breakfast Cupis thought it was a very good piece of TEMPERANCE.HULL.! la ad&tia.te a larger liae ef, feeds, we .a" added'a i' 4
land to raise tomatoes and other .*w deparbaeat of ,
i vegetables on. TOTS DOLLS AND NOVELTIES,
is served to all the ' I prepared my ground by plowing, NANS VILLE. AH at reasonable price Mail orders'receive ps.apt atte ti.a.. 'We'. :

t :.., harrowing, raking, and hoeing. I This is the story of my tomato pay you fare la accordance whk. the,jaoaat ef.",......purchase., I
used Armour' Fruit and Vine. I growing.I MARS '
X put it about six Inches from them. joined the Canning Club to learn !o ,

t. denying the children Tor fear of The fertiliser was applied* about the how to can vegetables and fruits and .. -...__ .. -ft'__, ...,., -,.,l' A -_"_ h. -fl 'h. .",
last of March or the first of April. to learn how to grow tomatoes. I A+
t" 'watered my garden every other My garden was one-fourth acre in
harming day. I bought my plants. I did size, located one-half mile west of of water. Let- slowly boil for a few Turn into a'buttered mold and bake to

\ not plant seed myself. Whit tier--low, sandy, dark soil, selected minutes, and pour over the pudding.Honey a slow' oven for half an hoar. / ... ;,
hesitation the housewife's: 'I out in Oatmeal Bread. -To on. Baked Apples With Honey-Dig out
-- on part put my plant August, because I could not get any I!' .1
t., and in December a frost came and other spot suitable for my garden. cupful of rolled oats add three cupfuls tK cores from good baking 'apple: '

,.,:i lest it makes'' her nervous. killed the tops of them, and' we got I had the soil plowed, then harrowed of hot water, one-half.cupfuL of and fill,the cavities with honey;add.ea'bit .
t honey,. ,.tabl.ipoonfol- ..kot...- w-1' '
one : ,) oYbnn f .
: a; :
\ e \
morningand sprinkled *
J up..earlyptte. ,.then plowed in; rows S feet'apart. : t.f{.
rt. ,!. doubt about the" wisdomof( ; thom all over with water; and whenwo I then dug holes 4 feet apart on-rows, and one teaspoonful of salt. When in a granite dislu Serve withcream, ';..
-no a second hoed them again we cut the dead in Which I put compost fertilizer, cooled to only blood heat, add a yeast whipped or plain. '
cake' that has been dissolved In a few Honey FudgeIn '..: ('
limbs off a.sauce pan'pot
and they sprouted out again about 1 quart to each place, about .
Il- cup for the husband for fear of I did not have very many insectson 10 days before my plants wero ready spoonfuls of warm water. Stir insufficient five tablespoonfuls each of honey''and
my tomatoes. My crop! of tomatoes Tor setting out.I flour to make a dough for thick cream; and cook forsboutfly.minutes .
disturbing his digestion. was so small that I did not packor had a seed bed about 12 feet by kneading and let rise ,over night.. In after It begins to boil, or,' until . '

grade them. It took about 24 or SO, on which I sowed my seed, covered the morning, make into two. loaves, a white line appears around the. ,1 .
25 hours to harvest tomatoes The let rise until light brush over the top side of the pan when the andy''iastirred. .
This flavored table drink my by thin strips of plank!:, %x3 inches.
l snappy with a mixture of one teaspoonful of Remove from the fire ,' '.
dry weather was what injured mineso After I set my plants, and they !'and.I. + 1,1f
;: bad. I juot sold them at the stores were growing fine, there came excessive honey to two of milk, and space in a slightly cool, then stir in a. JlI-.e..of.. '. .f'
i is
:'' so popular nowadays, fresh, and I put up a few cans. rain and overflowed them, and steady oven to bake.' salt and drop or two of almondex, '*" Vin

\ The other vegetables were corn, the hot sun came out on them and Honey Giagerbread.-Heat together tract. In a shallow oiled pan arrange" .. Y Rr,
\1 I English peas, collards, and lettuce. I scalded them, and they died. So I a cupful of honey and one-half cupfulof a layer' of' chopped mat shallows;"'" .!$I..Y

sold my collards, and could have sold ;did not get any tQ,.can, and can not butter, stirring, until'well 'blended, and '.pour the hot fudge slowly' ...rl. ) .
} Instant Postum more if I had them. <"N write anything further. and remove from the fire just beforeit them. Decorate'the top' beforeq'It"becomes

I I canned my tomatoes on Miss Al- "The cost was $7.50-as near as I boils. Add one-half cupful of milk, quite hard, :with crystallted.
bina Smith's canner, and the other can get at it. two well beaten eggs, two cupfuls of cherries. \ t : x by
jl Well worth trying by those who value health vegetables I put up I canned on the; I am preparing to plant some again, flour, oDe teaspoonful of ginger, one- Honey Popcorn BaHsv Put l.
"There' a Reason." stove. and hope for better results next time. half teaspoonful each of cinnamonand of honey into a sauce'pan and let'it.
t I had a very food time at the Can.OO.000OOOOOS000- ROBERTA BAISDEN. salt, and two scant teaspoonful boil until thick, then'stir in.;freshly'
. of soda popped corn, and when'cool "
dissolved to'handle
-------------------- in of, enough
I ------------------- -- a spoonful
water. Bake in a well buttered flat mould into ball. ;; '.**' '.;r
' coast ditch after the East Coast Canal 0 made 'with strained honey, though the tin, in a slow oven, and ,when done Henry Pre.enei.--lioeey'nia': be
EAST COAST CANALContinued I 0 COOKING WITH HONEY A crushed comb and honey together maybe i and( cold substituted for In t
J. Lj LjI Company had already been paid $5- nearly coat with a thin icing. 'sugar making preserves
used if preferred. ,as well. a. in preparing.tndb "
Honey Fruit Cake-Cream one-fourth
( From Page One. ) 000,000 by the State in land. and then '
i I __ i 0 By Elma lona Locke 0 Honey Pudding.-To four ounces of cupful of butter and one-half cupfulof for immediate ass on.the table: and
I C. tnsville U contemplated In the east- failed to make any progress with the; :0.0.0 0.0..0,0.2 stale cake or bread crumbs add four sugar, add one-half cupful: of honey fruit pie. are delicious wtf&n sweetened ,: .
, ,coast canal plans and talk. This canal, the people of the interior foughtthe ounces of honey and stir until thoroughly one well beaten egg one-half cap with honqlnatead: :.oT' sugar;-*.

would give Kiisimroee ocean connection project, and expect to fight it. The home production of honey ,mixed. Then add two ounces ful of soar milk, one-half cupful of Southern Ruralist.-- - .fit,. .
1 \t. "'rla' the St. 'Johns' to TitmvUle, ;rbe St. Johna river is the only feasible should cut down the sugar bill very of rice flour, or corn starch the grated seeded raisins and finely chopped walnuts "

t{ I: "' betides the rout via the St. John to water route for the upper end of materially honey may take the rind of a lemon one-half teaspoonful one teaspoonful of soda dissolved ..,Early' Elaiaf.. *i W,';'J.rI:

j',.1.. ..Jaekl nym.. the waterway, and has been So pronounced place of sugar in much of the home of ground ginger, one ounce of butter, in a spoonful of warm water, and The difference between'tn the-. ,,
: This situation makes of lire interest the beaten yolks of three eggs, and two' cupfuls of flour ,Add a' little morning at .0 and 7 o'clock In the,
'x the following: article from',a*, recent by the government. engineers; cookery, beside being considered far one-half cupful of milk:' .Stir briskly spice as liked but not too much or it space 'of 'forty- year.-.uppo.Ing'a, ,..
I; Issue of the -Sanford' Herald, edited but theVEast. Coast Canal Company more'wholesome.. Honey may 'also for five minutes; then' add the stifflywhipped will,cover the honey'flavor, Bake In man to go to bed, at the' same hour'
t'' by the famous bald-headed "Bob" (R. and.Secretary Hamilton see the golden .- take the'place of butter to some extent whites of the eggs, pour info a loaf; in a slow oven. at nlgnt-ris 'nearly equivalent to the
;ti J.) Holly: I opportunity of foisting the canalon ; children always,prefer it on their a buttered baking,mold and bake for Honey Nut Cake,-Beat the yolks addition of ten years to a life of threescore -\ '
' rI a benign I'Ovemment'.UpplnC from bread, and candy made from' honey is fifteen minutes. Unmold and' serve of six eggs, then mix in well ten and and ten. *" "; .
I ANOTHER FALSEHOOD NAILED. them, and thereby hangs the prevarication delicious. A* suggestions for it*' use hot with the' following sauce pouredover one-half ounoes of strained honey, r
:1 EJBT'COAST CANAL ASSOCIATION about the Sanford committee in the daily bill of fare, a variety of it: Put half a glassful of red 'add while stirring, three and one-half Iks Oshkst Tast Uses Net Affect TtsBcc Nsi/ '
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: BECOMES DESPERATE from the Board of Trade, who have recipes calling for honey are given currant jelly into a small sauce pan, ounces of nut meats, well blanched ..M ttt H* fcmK mud Uxttr rOw*. ,
r stood Mr. Hamilton on his head so below. add one tablespoonful of sugar, two :and ponded fine. Lastly fold in the I 0.1.1.TlvHaa'AMOOarrtzsgi. .... does Dot _._MtterUla.__...LAXA"L,
,1 t AT LAST. many times that he is dizzy.A. Honey Sandwiches. delicious of lemon juioe, and one-fourth capful stiffly whipped whites of the eggs. I, 1'1...ali I. daaata. th.OIIOTII. .ea.1''I! "'
\$ sandwich for afternoon other u* a UM JL W. SM.
\ \ The East Coast Canal Associationt P. Connelly does not own a foot tea, or '.
t I meets in Fort Lauderdale today for of land on the upper St. Johns river, purpose, is made by spreading thin ..

!r t' the purpose of making arrangements C. R. Walker does not own a foot of slices bread with very thick honey .
.,} .." for a rehearing before the army engineers land on the upper St. Johns river, that will not run readily, and other
regarding( the purchase: of the slices with butter that has been stir
f. E. T. Woodruff does not own a foot of The
a .t east coast ditch, called by courtesy land on the upper St. Johns river. red to a cream, press one of each to- Victrola is "
'l! I a "canal." None of them own any land except gether and cut in fancy shapes with q 9'
i t"--" The East Coast Canal Association where they have their own home cookie cutters. .

v. t.. .is kept alive\ chiefly through the efforts places, in this city, and their farms, Honey Biscuits.--Melt one ounce of
;t .., of the secretary, II. I. Hamilton, in the Sanford celery delta. They are butter in a sauce pan and add four ideal for Christmas
Iii c who is probably secretary for ,what interested in the St. Johns river because ounces of honey, stirring until the
\ ;, r he can get out of it, and who, "etng they see the possibilities of the I mixture boils. Then remove from the r
f j this kind of a man, foes behind the St. Johns river and do*not waiTt the fire and stir in, one after the other, V
r i l;) returns to try to deceive the honest government bunkoed by the East one ounce of chopped blanched almonds It is 6'
,. of the east coast with fairytales the grated rind of half a lemon .
J . ..people Coast Canal Company. They are' interested '
,f:\ such as the below-referring to because they were appointedas a saltspoonful( of mixed spices, welcome onChr.stt s' . .. ., V o,
canal via the and four of flour that has been fIr
\ the effort to divert the a committee by the Sanford Boardof ounces \ -
St. Johns river and thence across to'Titusville" sifted with a small teaopoonful of
1 :f. Trade to prevent the, gale of the mornIng-and It. will f. .
.: : east ,coast canal to the government; baking powder. Mix quickly together -
9 t ': "Mr. A. P. Connelly I sm not acquainted and, backed by the commercial organi- | turn out on a flowered board and be a favorite all 4
I'( r: with, but I can understand zations of all of interior Florida and roll' to one-half inch in thickness. Cut year ,

t r;',. ,' why Mr. C. R. Walker pnd Mr. E. T. the lower east, coast, they will cer- in round or fancy shapes, and bakein round.I '
\ Woodruff have worked for the canal tainly see to it that the sale i is not moderate oven. :
f' via the St. Johns river. If theso -gentlemen made. Honey Muffins.-Sift two cupfulsof The Victrola pleases %t a ".:

i i,) can fool the federal govern- The sooner the lower east coast flour with two level teaspoonfuls .
ment into spending $3,500,000 to drain people join hands with the St. Johns of baking powder, add one-fourth tea- one-gives
\ ".;. land in which they are believed' to be river project, the sooner they will get spoonful of salt rub in two- tablespoonfuls every- (
';t ';, 'Interested, I hope they will succeed. away from the ditch proposition and, of butter or other shorten- body the kind of music '
rVI/ Their ardentlabors have been from with tho aid of the government, havea ing, add two well beaten eggs mixed
: a selfish motive? and not for the good real>canal project through Florida; with two-thirds cupful of honey and they like best. ry '
'hy .':' of the people; and if the canal should and they will never have it until. they one-third cupful of sweet milk. Mix'
be'?built, via the St. Johns-Tltusvllle' "get right." all well together, and pour Into well And there's a Victrola

:\:' :" .route, the people of the entire east Harry I. Hamilton has allowed his greased muffin tins or gem pans, filling i
!,,4 .. :cast of' the State will be the losers zeal for the east coast ditch to get them half full. Bake in a moderate within the reach of all-
}; and the people of the St. Johns river the better of his judgment, for he -oven. ..
section will If Honey Toast.-A good to $15 $25 $40 $50 $75
gain nothing. you knows Walker end Woodruff and Con- way vse ,
\ .7' want proof of my statements above, nelly even better than he knows himself dry bread is to make it into French
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'A i : ''I': -iViIl publish affidavit. of an address i and his statement above, gives toast with honey. Beat one egg well $100, $150, $200, $250, $300, $350. T :ta U ,..XVI Vlelml.,Ki..ul xVli. q fVlctrol :
: .of your Hon. Forrest Lake, late candidate .- him an honorable membership in the with a pinch of salt, add two table-
?t :.,. for congress" Ananias Club of America. spoonfuls of thick honey,and one cup- Come in and. see the complete line. We'll gladly play any
&,,' nover 'a baser attempt ful of sweet milk. Stir well, and dip .
' to" deceive than the above falsehood Swellings of the flesh caused by inflammation half-slices of stale bread into it, drain music you wisfr to hear and explain our, plan of easy,, terms.

I{ ,I ..appearing In. the St. Augustine Meteor cold, fractures. of the a little,* and fry quickly' in a fryingpan
P from the pen of H. I. Ilamilton, bone, toothache, neuralgia and rheumatism containing a little hot''butter or t ,
1(; a manwhom the Sanford people can be relieved by applying olive oli. If oil is used,,sprinkle slightly I j R.:{ DeWITT BROWN i., :,. ,
!; I ...; ha time and again favored when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT.. It wtth. fine ,salt. 'Brown'nicely;''on ;, 1 r J. "\
.4; "he wanted'' Mosquito' Inlet improved, should be well rubbed in over the partssffecte& both sides, and serve: with hot. honey I
?y I V!.' when. he..4anted-good roads to' New 'Its gnat healing and penetrating or butter, or a fruit .sauce. \' ' -" ; .. Ianoand Victrolas:', +1,
" !' 8myrnaapd :when he .wanted: something power eases the pain, reduces I' Honey OmeleC-; plainomelet t ,Is .. \ ,,, '' ,
'f. oI fof:his'section of the State.' swelling\ and restores' natural 'co dltion. delicious if spread with.honey just'] before '" .''FLA.r'
j_ V ..- Price foldb ,after it Is cooked.. 'Fold ..> "t i- '"'. But when he'' Wanted the govern-- 25e..60c ,and. $1.00 perbottle. c, ; ... ,, .:.
it to'spend to.000,000 on i,the.;.east. .;;Sold by: Osceola' .Pharmacy.r .. and serve, at,'once:. <::AU, recipe. are ; - .... "
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::::: :: -?? >ottttTtooot S" o too? SSotoSttto1: JACKSONVILLE'S BIG FAIR to.,Twenty house these shos exhibits.and riding, device f"

(Continued From Pigo'One.)' ; have,been pgaged., .They have been : '",

Trap and Field I -I I carefully, censored and selected by !the

And feature at below.. The calendarof management for their quality and
,events follows) cleanliness.
*" Calendar Of Event. ,. Banda and free acts will entertain I I

/ ,-- Tuesday-'Farmer*' 'day, t [li l- the visitors, every hour, of ,d a1':and .V

", BOW TO CLEANIA GUN middle'West'th. order would be reversed -i W.dnf'lda-Frater"al and Civic night..
and the'Pacific coast another Special excursion rates have been
: order of choice would prevail. I: Thursday-Veterans' day; Florida granted by.all lines of .travel entering IlL

: By Peter P.- Carney, I ,and Georgfa' day; Ladies' and Society! Jacksonville. t I' .
Keeping a gun in condition: is not There: are 27 leagues of trapshooting night.. ." General' admission will be 25 cents

such ,a difficult task If one gives the clubs in the United-States. There Fridjy-Children's day; Church and and 15 cents for children.' 'I
little and but are from 6 to 12 cities represented iiv Social I day.Saturday. Thursday, Dec. 7, has been set aside
matter a 4ttentionp ,
t asJacksonville and Sister Cities day.
the trouble Is that sometimes we feela each of these leagues.Trapahootlng -Boy'Corn and Pig; Clubs
On this occasion extra features ,
special '
little lazy and so "friend" gun suf. day; Girls' Canning Clubs day. ,
will entertain the out-of-town visitors
fern. clubs have been organized Great Parade. ,!

Among the many formulas given among the, employee of the I Special departments will ba devoted i 1 I

for browning or finishing'gun barrels, Pennsylvania Railroad.Company.. boys' pig' clubs and the gjrls' canning FEDERAL, GAME PRESERVEIN .

the following Is recommended : clubs. I; "
Many resort hotels are featuring NORTH For Your Arm of W1.atevrMa1.
Remove the old finish with an emery There will be daily lectures by agricultural
cloth and polis) the barrel trapshooting as their main attractionfor and live-stock authorities mu ....... d,___MJ d,. "1"",' ", I..booto ,anal ..01 r.
gun MANY '.
| .......00 Ol h. .opp.d rhwrd.mmr
r using care not to touch the barrel sportsmen and women. I I along: educational lines that no farmer Wilson has! made a I nitio..d 1..rn.d the ti.oouU r..ll ;.(:i 'bu./wil.. bi.1nny' '
: '
with the hands or oil after cleaning. |I i, In the State of Florida can afford' to federal game preserve of Pisgah national 1 l.yn A,..gnat.r. revival. .of tip Then, with a piece of absorbent cotton Statistics show that 70,000,000 ani- i, miss. forest, in western North Caro- R....upon UMC: A..muD..D for. all. ....a...J m.h. of ,ioI.loI
mala are killed each year for their fur. I I i adG.e "crl I. toppin...11..!.!.prr.O1i hifk_> th."> "nrlliM.* ...,_- ,
5 apply a solution made of spiritsof Preceding the opening the fair lina. This !is the first federal game pour .rm. .ni .u..o. fro . .l
_____ R.J D."D.rb./Rrnonrt.n UMC-il* I. ,
niter 3 drams; tincture of iron 3 I{I will be a grand agricultural parade preserve of its kind created east of look Sgorttmta for tk.. 1 Icadqutrtor la nap. town. -
drams; sulphur, 1 dram; blue vitriol There are 19,761 elk in the national through the streets of Jacksonville. the Mississippi river. I Sold by your ho.... d..l;:.r and 1.147 other U.dlnmerchant > I' ,

,i 2 drams; corrosive"sublimate, 1 dram; forest in Wyoming. I Farm Implements And Machinery. I I Pisgah national forest consists p..n o! W.r < In REM Florida OIL. .t..mb/n.:
I I :; .' ud R.;;Pr..rnt..rTHE
nitric acid V4 dram; copperas 1 dram; A large space will be devoted to largely of the George W. VanderbiltI MB I ,4 .5. -

rain water, 12 ounces.v The man who- overshoots the limit tractors, silos, and all modern machinery :I estate, part of which has been purchased REMINGTON ARMS UNION CO, METALLIC

w Set the gun barrel away to dry robs! millions of people. He is in the j I us?d on the farm. Their uses and by the government. It is lo- L...,... M.i.i.A.CARTRIDGE,l."..of {.".. ?" and-*."......... -
class with the fellow who cheats the :| u .k. W. M
.1' M thoroughly, and then repeat until seven |,advantages: will be demonstrated to near! Asheville and Biltmore, N. Woolwort p..Ia.d Now Y.rk .
.\; customs or swears off his taxes-a : C Owing to its protection against -
; or eight coats have been applied. visitors by men specially educated
U j-
rI After the barrel has had plenty of small contemptible thief. I along these lines going into detail on I hunting for a number of years, the ',

w; time to dry, wash thoroughly with a the various time and labor saving de- tract's game has. not been killed out, .oJ
Buckwood farm on the Jersey side as in most places in Southern : ICHlNIlf.E WOOD-OIL TREE JON
i: cloth and hot water and polish with vices. moun-
.!;. a piece of soft wool dampened with of the Delaware Water Gap one of the Poultry Show. tains. Deer, wild -turkeys, and pheasants' PAPER MILLS TOUSENEW TRIAL AT GAINESVILLEThe
!;'E linseed oil. finest game preserves. In the Eastern I are said to plentiful.. -
e The
:: For rebluelng the barrels Without States. has been!. given to the. State of I charge, of poultry the Jacksonville department Poultry is Association in After it was known that'the tract WOODSAs next time you are in Gaines j

'i'. heating the following applies: New Jersey by C. C. Worthington. and promises to be- one of would ba acquired by the government ville go out to the University and look i t .

t 1 Wipe the gun barrel free and clean The farm swarms with deer, rabbits, '' the most interesting of many of the local citizens urged that over the horticulture ,grounds. Many .
quail wild duck, woodcock and other 'I departments protection to should be continu result of studies made at thegovernment's .
:: a the Florida p1ait'kl
I of oil, rust or any other deposits; the fair, the entire membership of the game strangers g.
birds. It. comprises several thousand ed. The North Carolina forest products laboratory I
then apply nitric acid, using care to association having entered into the Legislature dom are on trial there. The grounds 'f
4 see that none of the acid touches the acres. project enthusiastically to make it at- passed an act consenting to enactmentby : on methods of handling wood are devoted principally to new varieties : !
o" hands. Neutralize with water or a I tractive and educational. Congress of laws for protection of chips euitabje for paper pulp Wisconsin of plants which are given a 'it:

I soda solution oil the barrel and burt Game-Law Correction Live-Stork Exhibit.. game, birds, and fish on any lands 'I paper companies are negotiating chance to prove their merits before %
purchased the under with railroads for shipment to their I
I by grovernm-ent they are introduced to the public. One "
expenance The live-stock exhibit will undoubtedly the Weeks law in the western. part of factories of experimental train loads of the latest importations Is a Chinese f'

it is better to leave the blueing process 7. It is a $25 fine to kill more than'I be the largest and most completeever the State. of chips of Western woods adapted to wood-oil tree (aleurites fordii). .

; to a gunsmith. one deer, two turkeys, twenty quail, i held in Florida. Many breedersof As a game preserve, no hunting will paper-making. I Several of these trees were sent to ,. !'
I I'f national reputation have entered he allowed in the forest Previous investigations by the For-
or twenty-five birds of any other and as the the experiment station from California -
HUNTING AND TRAPSHOOTINGNOTES. species in one day. It is a $500 fine : their animals to compete for the pre doer and other game increase on the est Service have demonstrated that in 1912. This year is the firstUme

to Rill more than three deer, TEN tur- miums. Hogs cattle, sheep horses area, it is expected the overflow will good grades of paper can l be made I they have borne. They are deciduous j

keys, or 300 of any other game bird and mules of blue-blood varieties wyll gradually overstock adjacent lands. A from a number of Western woods. and seem to stand the winter '\...
in be on dress parade for inspection and movement is on to place a herd of elk Experts now estimate that some of grown 'i 11<:-
? ( By Peter P. Carney. species one season. well. In fact, they are as far ''K
The trapshooting club at Clayton In the above papagraph in the synopsis approval.Free and one of bison in the preserve this these woods when cut into chips and north as Augusta Ga. f.

Del., has a clubhouse which was remodeled of Florida's game laws publishedin Amusements.No winter. dried and baled can be delivered to According to F. F, Hal ma, auist"fF..

from a refrigerator car. the Valley Gazette last week the expense has been spared for Regulations governing camping and mills in Wisconsin at a very nmall advance ant horticulturist, who has charge of :.,fI

.l t word "ten" wad erroneously printedto free amusements. Talent of the high- fishing privileges have been drawn up. over the cost of chips made I the destinies of the immigrants, these :JiI

Oklahoma has produced a woman read "three." est order has been selected from all in co-operation with local citizens and from local timber. If a favorable trees still are in the experimental ://f

trapshooter who bids fair to hold her parts of the country. An excellent sporting clubs and will be issued by freight/ rate can be obtained, they say, stage Since this is their first crop >' ,

f I own. She is Mary Wilson of Drum- Heartburn is a symptom of indiges program has been arranged for every the Secretary of Agriculture. It is the great quantity of pulpwood on I no predictions can be made concerning '
tion. Take a dose of IIERBINE in day of the fair.Women'sAchievement. I forests should to be
right, and in a recent tourament at understood regulated fishing will be the national prove their ability to bear and produce ,;.
t that place broke 94 in 100. such cases. The pain disappears In- Exhibit. allowed, but the number of permits issued a considerable factor in supplying favorably /rults. \
/, stantly. The bowels operate speedilyand the first season will be purely experimental I located paper mills with the
iv' i In this department, which promises The fruits are nuts, several of "J'
Starved Rock Gun Club of LaSalle you feel fine, vigorous and cheer to be one of the most important, will" as the capacity of the necessary raw material. In Wisconsin which are borne in a single shell. They .
ful. Prio3 50c. Sold by Osceola Phar- streams is not known.WORLD'S alone it is stated, there is an annual ':
+ 111., is a progressive one. It bold the be displayed the handiwork of the are grown in China for the oil which ,
Illinois State shoot in 1916 and wants macy. vomen of the city and farm. market for over 300,000 cords of the nut meats yield. The meats are "i
i to hold the Western Handicap in 1917. Spot. 011'Geor ette. Collar. Naval. Show Will Be Feature. pulp wood. extremely fat. Much of the -
The membership Is 221, and they "Could you advise 'me how to remove : This bulletin has been issued from ADVERTISED LETTERS.List in treatingwoods and in the maner'l..

; threw 91,000. targets in 1916. black spots from white Georg. the Naval Department Washington: the Canadian national'park at facture of wood preservatives and .

- ,!. ette collars T I think they were caused"bF'being "Tha Destroyers Sterrett, Lamson, Wainwright,' Alberta (on the Grand of advertised letters at the polishes comes from this nut. t jt!
Parkland Md., has.'a'new gun club placed next to a damp and Monaghan, with .smaller vessels Trunk Line between Winnipeg and Kissimmee postoffico for the two A few nurseries are selling the :
t' + of more than 200 members. Ten 'are U : have been ordered to Jacksonville for trees but it is not advisable to.plant
black waist. E. D. Edmonton) Isthe world's largestbuffalo weeks ending'Dec. 11, 1916: .it.
..women.One'.of., 'them. -Mildred Wil- Spong.j with lemon juice, and should naval pared. during the period of the herd-some ,2077; ,head. The : Maggie Alderman Miles Bell, H.. LT. them on expensive land'-.until their' ..:
has .but, Miss Wilson Duval County Fair Dec. ,5 to 9. . fa' tested..
one arm.- oxalic usefulness more thoroughly
this be acid taking Steve A.
useless try Canadian herd was begun in J873 with Bowden Camall Mrs. J.
.. .. is one of the best shots In the club. ;i Natal representation at the time of It is probable that a market for the
to wash the spots with cold water Clarke Luther Carrol
r care I four bison calves-two bulls and two Cobb Floyd
the fair will serVo! to greatly increase would have be created
within minutes after applying the I II heifers. In 1884 the number was 13, Mrs. Lena Lawson,' Ott Raymond raw product to
It would be interesting to know the attendance. Recognition of the In
!! i this country. '
acid. and the owners sold them to the Can- Mrs. Inez Savclle Ollie Seabrokes, = :
.I what type of clay target smashing importance of the Florida Expositionand
I adian government for a price around Mrs. Rula Tiner, Will Williams, Mrs. elj ;:
;iI : weapon is most in vogue in different Deep-seated coughs that resist ordinary -! Duval, County Fair by assignment $800 each. The herd was transferredto B. H, Yates. 10 CENT "CASCARETS"
' sections of our land. An accurate remedies require both ,external of boats to this duty possesses IF BILIOUS OB COSTIVE
I the national park' and a careful B. B. Simpson Postmaster.
11 count has been made during a popular 'I and internal treatment. If you buy a ino inconsiderable significance. Probably been. j __ _n __ _______ ': .
watch has since. The
kept over it
:t shpot embracing contestants from dollar bottle of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND I never before have vessels of the Wheezing in the lungs indicates that For Sick Headache Sow Stomach, -; '"
national park covers an area of 160 Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They v'f
;,,t: Philadelphia to Boston and it was ,' SYRUP you get two remedies navy been assigned under similar con- square miles phlegm is obstructing the air pass Work While You Sleep ;,*'.,
'' found 64% per cent_ used the special you need for the price of one. : ditions. I nICeR. HAI.LAKD'S HOKEHOUNI --.-- :f

jJ.r; single-barrel weapon called "trap. I There is a HERRICK'S RED PEP- The live-stock agricultural and Spain's Olive Oil Production. | SYRUP loosens the phlegm so that it Furred Tongue Bad -Taste. Indigestion ;>;

doublebarrel I PER POROUS PLASTER for the poultry entries will be the largest exhibits Spain is credited with producingmore can be coughed up and ej<-<.ted. Price Sallow Skin and Miserable Ji Jr;::!
; chest free with each bottle. Sold by ever shown in the Southeast. than three-quarters of the :2r.c. /FOe and $1 I.00( ( per bottle. Sold by Headaches come from a torpid liver
I and clogged bowels which cause "ff\
ing guns. It is quite likely that in the Osceola Pharmacy. Immense buildings] have been erected world's supply of olive oil. i I (sceola Pharmacy your stomach to become filled with ,J

undigested food which Boars and 1*,
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/ - -- ferments like cnrba in a swill -;;
:M I barrel. That's the first step to 5

1 it f( untold misery indigestion, foulv:
(gases, bid: Lrcatn, yellow skin, */
Tai mental fears, everything that is ;V
t JPl.E BJlG 1 horrible und nllu eatin-.1. A Cas"V

caret tonight bowels will a thorough give your cleansV constipated jf
'DUVAL COUNTY 2 ing and straighten vo-i out in the rf
Q morning. Thoy work while you ,J>
sleep-a 10-cc t box froji your ,"
druggist will keep you feel.og: good ,?'j I
for months. ,;
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1 Blending the Odors. *;:

It has b&en proved that two odors l|

d which do not seem to have anything in ,,

tl, Do Your Holiday Shopping in Jacksonville December 5-6-7-8-9 that common of pineapple, that of putrefied are so closely cheese allied and k

'r from the chemical standpoint that it ;j

'! No matter how good the stocks of your local merchants, Reduced rates on all railroads entering Jacksonville will be I takes but a few minutes to transform *Z;

there are some things far the'holidays that you will find it necesin effect. You can make the trip for less money than usual. an intense stench into a sweet frag ,;;.

+( sary .to buy; away from home. These things\ you can get in The stores of-Jacksonville will make special offerings during the I rance. This curious experiment is t:1

{1' Jacksonville: and it will be a fine time to shop for them while you fair. Their stocks are full and complete and their prices right. .. easily made and requires but a small ; la

ti are in the city for the great Duval County Fair. You'll be welcome, whether you buy much or little. amount of three chemicals-valerianic
acid, sulphuric acid and amylic a1ea'J'J:

r Sqme 'of'the Features Which Make the Duval County Fair An Event of j I hol.over the Care fingers must or be dress taken any not drop to spill of! ,}'}?' u

the first two named liquids. Sulphuric' !

'r- -- State-Wide Interest and Inter-State Importance i acid is exceedingly caustic and the: '

stench of valerianic acid; besides being -,*+

, r. The Agricultural Exhibit of, the United States Government ,will be Many exhibits of blooded animals from Florida and other States. unendurable is very difficult to iy; '
:'1ry abown In Jacksonville for the'first time at a county fair. Covers 8,000 Tick-free cattle will be shown in comparison with infected animals, and get rid of.-London Family HeraldSS,0.1;
.':'it : ., square feet of ota $20,000.00 a year to maintain expense of complete dipping vats exhibited with experts in attendance. See the pig ,U '
w\. ;; , : bringing to Florida 160000.. >Every Florida farmer should see it. club pork.ras boys are up and doing; in Florida. Cinnamon Oil for Ante. .; ,,
I A sure remedy for ante Get 5,4 J j.| :
"Made In Florida" For'the Women-Folke Fruit, Flowers, etc. All Good, Clean Fun cents' worth of cinnamon oil, and with;
Scores of ,exhibits, of' machinery Art and needlework display*. Citrus and deciduous fruits. Floral Amusements only of the better a feather go over the place where they v
j' K" "' : engaged:(la eonvertlor Florid' rV. Girl's canning clube in competition. displays""will add color. Vegetables class. Local theatres wll! provider stay. They will not terry: long. ;j
; material Into useful articles, Indicating Domestic Science exhibits that will tn wide variety.'typical of the special attractions of a character i
.; .. 'r the .State'*mna.*acturinff future. help solve household problems. wonderful possibilities'or ,our. State. that all can approve Children take BALLARD'$-.HOOlE-; I

i' '.. ' d l .. ''-:' t? Generous p rlze 'offered. .Send for 'catalog and full particulars': H. H.; , HOUND .SYRUP"WII.LlNGLY'" ;

1I . Simmons,; Ch Irman Entries Committeei ,For other information,;Address cause it tastes 1 ,;
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,41 I,. ; ,1, : f1 :: } ,Anthony, County pair Committee, ; .
: It's a good medicine And asyto I

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;' ; ; :Storage.Rate* Beginning< r let ' NEW(Specisl YORK,Correspondence.'Dec. .L -H It.)within"''. :' many caped ,turbans the crass entirely for fur.of fur'There and numerous are I T/I ice 1ra: In. ,,' (SiC.

\ Storage on all Meats; lZcent: pound;"Fifteen Days. the resell of everyone. to hay i One of h.t. of other'ityles on which '1".. .
.. (ByR.mi1lS.ively'. Gilbert ,.
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the t"
smart ,little, sets consisting 'of fur .PPear "y': ( ''t. q qThd
e ,- Curing Pork ready" for smoking l-2c. per pound, I, I as a trimming. ,
collar and muff .
. : cape are con.ldered Fur banding as a trimming .
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Twenty Days. "
; v suck good style now. Of coarse dresses is less '.'' '
no popular.than It was '
.i. : Curing and Smolring: Twenty-fiveDgybe2C; "per t pound. they can be just ss sxpsnslvs ss you*I Isst winter. It seems to have a place .women clubs'of thil country are certainly doingnobli"; f
,t, like If you are. going to have them of 'alloted on every dress and appears work.a. almost every possible>> field You tell me of all.the; improve'mfntfapd
I some costly pelt; but,' on the other -..ith. equal 'ad ancemehtll dusts' work, and you say there. :ii
persistency the
Bring the on four
us day killed. We do .
your nogt they have r
? are nothing neglected .
hand, a little you yet have'aeglected ve'ryi
Ingenuity, a little velvetor elaborate gown' for evening and on' : \
r'. i the rest.I e > plush, and''a few band of fur, and the day-time frocks., important field-the field of mqiic. .
you 'may have a set at distinctive ai Plaids for Dresses :and Waists. % But you tell me at once of your effort in behalf: of the American

any of the Parisian;: importations.. In Among the new dress materials, composer and the American artist, and,yoU think. that I I' am mi.i..-

;{ I.. KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.. I Paris They are wearing these sets In plaid silks and plaid woolens are quite formed., I
... a variety of charming models, and 'hi prominent. In developing most frocks Yeu have done all these thing, but what have' you done to help* ., tithe
:I New York, too, a walk: on the avenue the plaid Is frequentlv combined witha MUSIC TEACHER?
..t. .. . . .. ....*. .... .. . .. 00 . ..MMf MOOMMOI. at the hour when fashionable women plain material matching either the A New Era In Teackinf. b'

,,/ 1. '. are out reveals numbers and numbers background or the stripe in the plaid, A new era has arrived in the teaching of music, especially to
of them, leaving M. doubt a*'to their as in the model{ illustrated here. This children. It has entered the larger citie*. Teachers drank it in joy t
It, LIVE NEWS FOR FLORIDA TEACHERS: popularity. \' dress shows the popular surplice over- fully during their short summer course with 'up-to-date city teacher $

r. "No man ilivcth to himielf." There is no taetohwr who can not be helped One of the many attractive styles I blouse and loose panel at the front and Many country teachers devoted the whole winter last year in the
by another. IRe FLORIDA SCHOOLROOM it an illustrated 18-page monthly is pictured here worn with a Tme-piece I back of the skirt. The overblous is musical schools to secure this new movement for themielve They o;
published by .experienced Florida teachers and for Florida teacher It is box-pleated dreg of serge. They are finished at the side with a large spent their hard-earned saving, denied themselves. pleasures, and vY
filled With .)live matter of interest to the Florida -teacher. The subscription very often used to this way; for, instead square buckle, and the. tiny surplice many of them taught and worked in settlement-, school that they y
.. price is only $1 a year. For only\ $2 we will send both it and the "Normal I %f wearing suit, a "warm woolen vest of fine Georgette crepe is picot J might secure the new manage. N*
. .truc_..aad.Primary Plan." The price of the latter alone is $1.25. Dade dress of serve, broadcloth, or velvet I edged. The band of fur: on ,the skirt You ask what i i. the new method? It i is 'Very simple and really '
..'" City. Fla. I withvon of these capes is quite is placed at the sides only instead ofall not a method at all. By the old way; music was( simply pumped INTO' ;.
tl'" -i enough protection from the cold. The I around, illustrating, one of the newest the children I by>> the teacher according to certain hard and fat rule .
auto -will be furnished the children I cape collar hi the .ketlih--or pelerine, I arrangements which is worthy of Now the music i is brought OUT of the children 'from within. The
If'f- it is sometimes called child is urged to hit emotion in musical sounds. ,
Las -fastens at express V ,
and it is expected to serve all fa.m"I i ,
'f Palm Beach County Consolidating witJ n'.. radius of fifteen miles. the. aide instead of In the front, as I note.Plaid silks are in demand not only A simple way for a child to express his feeling! ii i to put them,
r. : ,the majority tf them do. It is laced for dresses but for separate waists. into a simple melody"they have played or tung.. He is'then taught
.; Schools JtVlUr-Pslm Beach District. with heavy Cord! or grosgraTn "ribbonsi The familiar Scotch plaids are very to listen and hunt for fundamental harmonies' and to play them,on xR?
The new* community school in the attractive worn with dark suit skirts, the piano. Having found them he is shown' how to express themon
4-.... |1Jnptteridietrict of Palm Beach county and many other charming plaid combinations paper. His mind i i i. trained to concentrate upon his work and Lit
. ? East Okeechobee: District, ._ }|Iii to.have a fifteen-acre tract of land, are also ts be seen. Silks memory. i is exercised. from the start.Tralal.g ,
t "' The hoard of Education of Palm .I 'acres of which will be used as s with Persian and Oriental designsare T. Concentrate.. f M
rt Beach -county is preparing to establish {demonstration farm for courses in agriculture also being used for separate Here is'a i field for the wtsmea',-club*.': Does"your. ,!luL.baw-- ... .
;:- .a:community public school to take and stock raising. waists. This idea has probably sprungup anything/ about the new ideas) Are you willing to hear the musk .
tJ. the place of several of the one-teacher I 'Children in the Jupiter and the with the popularity of the Indian teacher and accept her new-found methods? She ha discovered I P
(, achoois& in the Lake Okeechobee: district West Palm Beach districts will be bawl,. which has been revived and a new joy in her work and a new and more intereitTng way of pro-" ,
I of that county. lantved<< by this school; therefore these used largely to trim dresses and hats. .tenting muiic to her pupil; but will she I be allowed to ue it? What ;: '
i... ; The one-teacher schools at East 'districts' will be called on to bear the Silks imitating the designs used in doe* the parent know or even care about>> new idea? The old art ,
Beach: Long Beach, and Pelican Point !'penile. Jhe building will be in the these rare old shawls have been manufactured always thought food enough. It)is the duty of the women's dubs to : .
r- , consolidated into the new ;Jupiter district and will be constructed : for this -special( y&rpose. bring the light to the parent. A "'

; school. All children along the east 'by that district, which will raise I
.shore of Lake Okeechobee will be the $20,000 necessary by selling
>served by it. I"bonds. The West Palm district will MUSICAL:

. The proposed building will contain supply one teacher and a transportation 4r all who desire to make home t
(Continued From Page One. ) pleasant
r eight and accommodate all and will its
rooms route pay share of '.
and attractive by music. ;:.
via boats aad school .
grades. Transportation maintenance.acres
ia.+ C boys and girls, men and,women of this There are few cities of,the six{of*' '
'1 city in helping them to have better Arcadia where there I is better' musical' t
,\ I and Tiappier'h me.. This can be done talent.. In this connection we desire to y
tji School Reforms Urged By ,I through the channel of music probably commend the community Christmas e -
: 1 II better ttnvn hi any other one way. tree proposition suggested by &'IL.. p
Government's Educational Chief Ii i i I If you want your children to love Mitchell in '',* recent",.article'tn: this!
; 1 f home above all other places, encourage paper. would be a grand ;sight, Indeed w,
the aftndy and practice of music to see all Arcadia assembled on i

Dr. P. P. Cloxton, head of the as part of the school property: II! In the hums, and you will have gone a the vacant designated. by him and
United States Bureau of Education, 6. An all-year session, adapted I longway towards accomplishing this to hear a combination of all the 'choirs
t' .advocates improved educational facilities :to local conditions. end of the, city and such,others as,would

as follows: 6. A county library, with branch I OUT 'Friday's Issue from now on will lend their voices In styling the chorus
.. 1. A school term of not less than' libraries at the center of population, contain: 1'tlcle. by various writers, of a great Christmas'anthem.., (. 8'
v ; 160 day. for each child. with the school used as distributing 0 elac.raBet esp .lIO-d mad silted, by' Mr. Scott,I Shall we have Itt By all.tasaast t rx

2. A sufficient number of teachers _ter. :
I: adequately prepared for their work.;. 7. Community organisation; with, .. . ..... . . .. . .. a . ... . .. .. . .. .. . .. ....

"I'' 8. Consolidation of.rural ach.olai;( the school as the intellectual industrial -]
.r with an average of about twelve educational, and secU center., INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 'i r
t ,.. .square mile to each school., ')! 8. A modern high-school Aaeaifaaj -of Cape Collar .Hat, and Muff j : }

wF 4. A teachers' home.and al demonstration " for every boy 'and girl in Arnerira, .Worn. With A Serge Dress ,II t let 4is 'insure your life*your Health,.t j our Property,,. :; ;.i'
< farm 'of from five to in'the well .la :Xasi '
: \, fifty country as as ttoprn. from the high standing collar to thepoidt : . :
,i'srr' ... Information in to :' '
' off!ttJie"'cape.. The melonshapedmuff regard property .for

SCHOOLS that goes with:this. collar is one| o I i sbk 'and rent cheerfully given: ; -

; 1THLETIC IN THE (Schools As Comatfy doters: |l: of ter.the-raost lt'hand popular of fur encircles models for it la win-the,! \ 3lst addition to fifteen other good companies: ,..wo ; '''.

.' center. Of black velvet or plush:Je now represent the well ,known < >. ""

The Hillsborongh County Medical!' "banded -with skusk, this set would te 2HOME FIRE IN S URANCECQ. ot Neiv York J
[ Society has taken up a movement Ir Sarah Chapsaaa, Hail ;.Tla,-In :
. 7Striking +
looking to the restoration of .f I<> G- """ .A.G1-N'EIE&: : '
or a suit of color. a
. any
and physical training in the public The path of the school is widening Tbmblmtie of Plaid With (
.' schools of that. city We are emerging from autgrowncondltrlns The vogue of these shoulder capes ?lain Broadcloth. Second floor Ctizens Bank Cldg. Kfesimmee(: Ha, "'< _
The members of the society believe and are seeking te adjust our endless so great variety that of there them.seems While to 'be-Borne an So strong is the Indian "influence .. .. . .... .o.... . . .o..o..t .. .tff4 . .. :
: that the lack of this feature is a great sight to the broader outlonk. The well that the new dress trimmings show j I
dt them
,, disadvantage to the efficiency of the 'organized school is coming into its just cover the shoulders, oth- these cotoi and designs in embroidered ..- :
ndhools of the city. They hope to prevail own and giving intelligent direction ers reach the waist line, and Home go banding and jmrfifa., The rich col-
'; upon the Board of Public instruction to every right activity. even below l it Hudson seal Is .ne ormgg are wonderfully attractive and FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED'
of the favored
furs for then, and is
to make arrangements to have 1. What la mesa Misential inbring- often heighten the beauty.of many-a: dress.
" physical instructors placed on the fact 'ing about a right adjnntmeiA sOiool effectively combined with er- Wool and silk floss embroideries One bock! of five Lots ;in outh Part of Town. 250
lI\11e; pethaps a collar 'Or just n band
, ulties of the various schools. and community ? A eight conceptionof I colors continue to be :as much a foot front 208 foot '
around the neck gives the necessaryeosttrast. depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for>
The movement is a good one and the}.problem by the teacher and a'' as ever. The metallic embroideries Inj
. means much to the phyhical health (I willingness to work f.r its -,801utinn.1 other TKohnsky furs employed, mole, for and taupeare then steel, silver and gold are also Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city i

\ and stil ngth of the children. It Is to The teaCher who sees in her an I charming: Sets. In a great many instances employed by the great Parisian! ditch. Make your home pay for itself.
i be hoped that the Board will se-3 its opportunity to serve, to give out to I there will be another addition signers. Some drensas are worked all
:t'. way clear to remstitute' the physical have a part In meeting the needs .f I j j Ito these sets in the shape of a hat, over most elaborately while in the Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. ,
culture department.-Tampa Tribune the world,:is well on the rod to sur;-+. plainer dresses for informal weST onlya v
j generally a tam-oYhanter turban
or a touch of embroidery is necenmry to
... ., n.un. If Hats, tv 18 noticed, have not es- rIve (l I
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eea. I I motive and if
properly gdrrmoned,
Owen-Cutter |'. 2. This work cannot be done ;from, '.'ill tend to neutralize all the abovelIImed -

1 r. Jewelry Company'sAnnual I An office in the may court outline house., encourage The superintendent -, 1' errors and purify' the public j The McCall ,
'. aced counsel; but units the teacher expresses :conscioumiess.I '
' Individuality, the W T'k'neVl'r I 4. I know of no greater need than I I Book ofFashions
SpecialCHRISTMASGIFT that of rural communities for trained j
. wit b'dene, Clove communion with I
" the people in thin work and a spiritual teachers. The need is fer workers 1'C '
::1 insight of contact may be found. I who love humanity more than they

'. .SALE 3, The school is the antidote for.ignorance )1) love society; who put service before t'I'I -V Wllter Quarterly "'
; prejudice, apathy, indifference salary, and 'preparation before position. i \ .
'I'f< The Owen Cotter Je Company of Tampa will have their: and disorder; and these things 11..1 deasga II 4 I ,If.

annual Christmas gift sale offering you a special discount of 10 per should never be allowed: to interfere I Turkeys derived their name from Illstrlyd .. the : 4

cent on all Jewelry, Watches Clock. Silverware, and all suitable with its proper workings. The school the fffrt that they were imported first I I wan.........Nees by r.r.l.r....... 'I'r. 1 1r.
',,_ Christmas gifts for a period of fifteen days commencing: December In a community if working with clear !i into Europe through Turkey. r ...-.I..r. ..j 1Tb

1st and ending December 15th. 1916. weal. attn.- f rI I
Oh'. ...rt..r i'
"\.'r .. . ....r.I.. .17". $
Thi* discount will not only pay your fare, but give you a chance : ....... .. ...1' .

.'" to select; your gift from the largest and moat up-to-date stock In Florida. RADIATOR BILL I ,,, ',1,

: BUYING in jarge quantities they have the privilege of dealing''Ji' NOW ON SALE .. 'I'IJ \
't ; direct with.MANUFACIURERS.: eliminating jobber IS per cent profit, Ilu r.r.4 ... ahap CHAHLKS..a. .. ...rU..'.. .! Pleailas; Halldlax. J j 't The McCall '
;* ,*+j' thus, saving yon 25 per cent in real money. He prepared to *. all ...... af ,, ': 1

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;f ,: '> HHpArtfpBm TujsraarriNB STILLS iir.TRIII COUWTRT: .WBCIAI.TTRepair T Draisa Ha.401 haJa r D uraNo.JI, '. a

t t'l. h : '" Bn.c1. '' I1AINES''JEWEL IT). STORE, St.. \ Pticnbvn'; IT*. f ti *wAtaytLiiagFrom', n 'B J'JtaltJert.' ;) : -I..cetift.1 Isdsde a:.FREE'COUPON, fee year ioksy.ssy UcCALL* PATTERNS-' ; ;
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i I j fort( .to make Arrangements which: *ill I locution, fa to bo selected with thoview, ,, Uually and intellectually.. for service' ant was charged with sellnig land to'' plaintiff. S. P,. Decker, for jdintiff;
[ 1 1 Us will be desirableIn In the'church. which it '' did Johnston, &:Garrett defendant;
permit .It ,to obtain enough paper. tar I that vicinity mart the plaintiffs (company) .
:' ....II..... Even POrt..,.. \void a suspension of ,publication In all ways than li. tbat'of the existing : 'The meetings will be held' at the not: own. :Johnston '&:" ,Garrett for G. J.: Hugo vs C.:' W',, Bruns lj) dam.

0.... i. "....,. e.aaeI) *. ........a... '.'10 meantime, we must ask our patrons' :county:farm.', It win be far more residence! of H. W., Rummel Pleasant plaintiffs. ages. Defaulted. ."

K.- Pia. ;a be tolerant of shortcomings\ and to I. '<*noiaical to have it easily accessible Valley each Friday at 7 p.. m.' 1' Marion E. 'Cooley,,by A M.. Cooley [ ,,,'- ;1",,;

W. B. HARRIS mm* m. 0. VANS AOHMW take Into consideration the difficulties I from and convenient to (the centers.of The study for Dec.:*l ia "Christ's (her.husband), vii William! P. Lynch Drives oat Malaria Builds Up RystmrThe ;J..:,
.o..roo. under which we are laboring/: -Tampa population.. ,IK"Florfdaii.' Coming" $2,500 for defamation of 'character. Old SJUadard *ranU Itracttealaa: louie*; .;"'

V .. ._rt..._ It.tea Tribune/ Golden text ."And'the Lord will set: Case'' dismissed en motion ,of plaintiff, oaovK-a TASTKUisa chili, TONIC.bae4as rim..._.*. //U11

$, One On Cop Copy,..' One'Ix' Month Tear _,..,.....",,_....,4..' ft.IO!.0' . : ." His hand again the second time *o restore defendant. consenting; costs placed eo. .? A.....totaIo.bM the Tor.dulu.d...*'- .... "
There at least tJiree.papers of f
t yj Oa Copy. Tbr. Month ._....... .71 HOW A WISCONSIN COUNTY are his people from their lost and h. ,. '.
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? : the State, and, all of them are food : ; "
Stats.NCentral ,
All eothmunlcatlpiiB.. except from our that now uniformly "Flor- .. 'oF
r ."thorl.*4 orr.'n4.n., muit. .ben say thought: "If we accept as '
sl a.d by r Oct. 13 last the Valley Gazette said! idan, Instead of "Floridian. These i \" ,"d matter will not b. returned divine the word which says we must ) ",
...1... called. for. _jHJnl \t" 'Building:\ up' a prosperous agricultural papers are the Kissimmee" Valley 'Gazette worship God.with:our whole soul, and WANTE 19".t.' ., ,
.nr .... back country means somethingmore the Tampa Times and the Arcadia to ..
( .Tf dln the PotofTU-n at Kl lm- do not try do it,we are hypocrites. '
.... Flord-a. second cln. .. n>*ttr.)) than merely getting *settl.r News. There'' are others that All are cordially Invited to attend, \; I ,

here and letting them work out their do so now and then 'but not uniformly., especially the young'people. ,
FRIDAY. DECEMBER:: I I. 1916. own agricultural and economic salva- "Come! in, the water's' fine."-Arcadia ./

Here we 'arc apain-big as life. tion."We News. WANT ENLARGED AND ATGilbert's
n-v.-d more of the community

t BULKHEAD LAKE TOHOPEKA- spirit, more of the co-operative spirit,, Government Potato'Repprt
more of tho helping hand and less of -
KISSIMMEE SIIOU;J> BE tho overy-man-for-himself-and-the- ,
Also- '
An enlarged and renovated band ,
The following information Is obtained
: -
FLORIDA dvi1.tal .the-hindmost policy.
stand is needed in Kissimmee for two
from the report of the United.
Any doubting Thomases might as well "Nor do we need these in the eleemosynary -
!'CaRon .
States of
Department Agriculture
"get thee behind, me-, Satan." or almsgiving sense. Wen I on The existing structure is too mail
--co- e .' others and help ourselves at the Irish potato crop:
S '';' An annual subscription to the Vallev "i I ,' .;.am r'> time." Potatoes, from the promise of'300- and its floor is rotting. Some of our All Holiday Shoppers to visit our

P: Gazette will cost $::! after: Jan. 1 rsnkci, merchants and other busi- 000,000 bushels on October 1, show, bandsmen have to walk gingerly on ,
See nouncemcnt on > 1. according to yields reported on it,. lest they inadvertently descend to
Text. ai r"C'G t-3 tizens of a Wisconsin county : Nova I Store to our
the cellar and disturb the harmoniesthat
--co- 1st, a production of only 288,904,000' .
li:n"" r-t nn example that would prove ,
} > The Tampa Tribune i I.< ono of those: ''bushels. This is equal to only 80 per weekly soothe the savago or oth-
P j--o'UaMj; : in Osceola county. Like- j
that recurrently s *rve cr! erwise troubled. breasts of visiting
of last which about
< newspapers : in that seeks to at- cent crop was
v BO county
,i pallbearers at William Jri-Mimr1.: Hryin' act aTicultural my settlers. I equal to the average of the proceeding I neighbors' from Orlando, St. Cloud, ]Big Xmas Line .

"'' funeral.\ Yet almost vc-y i i'vio T'n; Wisconsin county finds it pays five years. Thiy is the smallest crop ,, etc. ,
"' of the Tribune contains c-e to f r:r "settlers. since 1908 being about the average of i Consequently a movement is underway
h arts (
n re a man as a
mentions of the dec-uf T Ne1 : to ask the city council to enlargeand
editorial 15 The I See
pears ago. display Toy
( "':;"e-t: He is "first aid" to new set- crops now on our
1 rnska: statesman. Lives' corpio ever IkrsOsceola. shortage this year is due principally renovate the Broadway band box.

J lnown: to' the.., iinderVak; ; ? f atonitr."TVigular + county employs (jointly i ivth to the extreme heat and dryness. of I It iq i estimated that $150 to $200 would: l I Window. Dolls Doll Carts
perpetual rcsurrectio >irt. cover the cost of an adequate renova
\ : the fodercl government) a the season in most of the heavy pro- 1I ,
a'p well trying t-> I keep n pro-I tion.
Might as stop ficient agriculturist whose (' ducing; sections, with an accompanying -
"') Cood man down. to assist> fnitncii 'akncClrl'?ct, modern I plague Of incests. j Architect: J.McDonough has offered Chairs, Play Suits, Foot Balls,

i -.p-- and Sti! i
+ rom this distance, it lois atke Mr. plans and specifications for whatever !
North central States, shortages
planting nnd hnrvestinir.' com- Books Games Fire Works. 1nfact
F. Murphy will he kept, a r >- Espe-I I j construction be necessary.! ,
Charles last in
cialy: is he intodncd to ass'st n pared with year beingshown may I

;,$, r, the STaetfiil'distance next four year from.Tampa the ic: Tribune.Ve counter. ricultural f-ot'Jjrs. 111is' a needed ,every State exp-pt North Dakota, the everything to make the chil-
f which and valuab'. woik. There is a field decline: in. these< suggest an amende ,
for his RCI\iccB i in Oajpnla county
ii t If adopted, would conserve tl Jljstflved.that 0 healthofthe throughout .it least several years to I Whiio: the potatoes are generally (Continued From Page One.) I dren happy. The young and 1
Democratic party:
(, j corne. ,small: and in men/: : cases irregular in
F the Tammany boss lie 'kcp'v 'n shape, there is very little of the blight I are about ten new cases for its con
A d monstration is not '
I This farm ) r-scnt: can be suited at
perpetual politicul quarantine. 1 1j grown-ups
? sideration.
: "'10\)"\ ho\\'ver.: His Work should Lo r nd rot so prevalent last year. A I I rd
l'l'i j applies also to his kindred sr 'its i l official! such I small amount of rot is reported in themidd'j Canes On Criminal Docket.
si.ppk'mcnlc< by an aaMit ,
1 fulJi; of 111'no.". Store. ;
Pose Roger ran I
north Atlantic States but
] > Wiscnn J in county (Marmette) has : nnd : State vs. W. Henry Savage. Four
Toss of Indiana, etA
Thomas Tagrrurt put to work.A I not in northern Maine (Aristook coun- :indictments for unlawfully changing

,?, !. I nrw settler needs much besides ty). In a number of States the tuber i I brands. on a steer and about G 91 vs

/h., The Pensacoia--c-Journrl! is
t; futile analyzing- speculating.It !: :, Pr'rinnly and importantly he needs ahl'ing hiv ng: been killed by frost before the ,Jacobs( and Thomas Hodges, the al-
growing season was completed. have occurred Merchandise; ; Lowest Prices. Prompt r
,' Is'trying 4o determine the m""'ii i ief iT ; 1 ) hand-several helping hands criJ; offense said to.

: Roosevelt's! "tatem..ntrc'ativ'! t7I' in fact. I jn Oct. 15, 1910-six' years ago. Delivery. Buy early and avoid the rush
State W. W: and Peter
rv.g-jrsstions: that he10 th G. O. P. I' Meets new settlers when they ar : INTERESTING MEETING vs. King i
rive. Helps in unloading their goodsIf Raulerson. as sureties for I. C. Hal-:;
presidential nominee in 19'!0. Why '
not speculate! about tho direction tho I needed. Organizes neighbor- KISSIMMEE WOMENS CLUB lett, to recover a $250 bond forft;_ d

'' wind will blow two, three, or fours: I I hoods to welcome new arrivals. Organizes I i by Sallett for nonappearance a suit A. S. GILBERT Prop.PHONE .

years hence, friend Journal. Your, "bees" for erection of barns, 1----1 against him for criminal libel at'the ,
dcflnit- bor.3C3, etc.: Organizes farmers' clubs last term of court. '
conclusions would be more the Kissimmee Wom 35 I
,inaugurated by State F. J. Knabb and C. L.
4 than any you ran formula as to among eettlers.. Keeps'OOd! I vs.
whotlior) the Chief Personal Pronoun farm animals for sale cheaply. I an's Club recently, an especially Interesting Hodges, as sureties for Lula Williams -

what he means or means what' These are samples of the duties of program was presented at to recover a $250 bond forfeited -
says R. E. Bennett, Marinette county's"settlers' the regular meeting of the club held by the latter by nonappearanc: in
ho -"I.. } agent." lIe does nothing, Tuesday afternoon at Hart Memorial./ ,8 grand-larceny case against her at GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS- Job )printing of many kinds is done, ,

THE HIGH COST OF PRINTING. else. I G.'s' an experienced) farmer and,1 I An address on this subject wad delivered I the last term'of court. TO CONSTIPATED- CHILD and done well, at the office of the

i Tbd patnt" situation has reached com yours ago was a new settler ,by Dr. W. B. Witherspoon. .State vs. Henry T.- Bass, charged Delicious So "Fruit Laxative" can't harm Valley Gazette.WANTED.

$ '* stage where.Jt i. being felt sot !himself. I I He commended work already be- with embezzling on April 10 last 22 tender little Stomach liver
( gun and recommended a number 6f hogs entrusted to him by L. E. Minx. and bowels .
;v.rely,_bynewspapers\, generally.) ThoiTri&ane The hand which at ones helps and ,' '
lY, ; .was fortunaN in hevinr"aeoDtraet : ,glides is what counts in tlv success lines where organized effort'should be. Indicted May 5, 1916. Look at the tongue-, mother! If i.

I *tanning:. until Decembor 15. 'of"new,' settlers.; ""Marinette county made ft! >ward beautifying this city. State ,W. Gettis, charged with coated, your 'little one's stomach,liver '

After that date it is beyond the pow finds that it pays. The experiment ,Following: 'this talk Mrs., James( M. changing marks 0'a hog owned 'by and bowel need cleansing: at once. \

er of this! paper: to say where and how, was' Initiated' by the 'county's business Willson, 'J....' 'Who is president or'ticlubmade \U Lewis! Johns'and W: H-Johns, the of. When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't HIGHEST PRICES' "
brief report'of the sle/ eat or act naturally or is feverish ,
; a convention Tense alleged to have occurred Nov. p
t; .it. will :get:, the 'white<>.p'peraupply men.;'They;, pay thq"aettlera' agent's"ealary held by the Federated Wom Indicted 6 '1916. stomach pour, breath Ij bad>> ; has Liberal dradl.t .,..,,, b'
1.1915k May ,
necessary! to continue, ,publication. outof th-ir private 'purses. sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold,
'I;, The mills absolutely refuse to maico'contracts They are satisfied that it is the best ,,an's Clubs of Florida, 'at Miami 'last t State vs. Robert L. Miller, charged give a tea poonfu of "California Sy- Coon Hides, Skunk' ,
week. As the delegates and alternates with withholding maintenance from rup of Figs" and in a few \hours all I
; or, in many eases, to even policy that any community can adopt i Hides, Fox Hides,
I I elected the club to attend the foul, constipated waste, undi* ted -
by and 2 1-2 old
his two children, 6 years ,
The -f: it has of farmlands
quote prices .beyond January quantities new food, and-sour bile gently moves Opossum Hides Otter -
,.,(: brokers are therefore unable to do for settlement.Its I I this meeting had not returned home! from May io, 1914. Indicted May 3, out of its little bowels without griping ,

I li :.r 'business. 'The latest quotation on adoptidn by the vicinities of'' the full report was postponed until a 1916. I and ;you have a well, playful HidesDon't

later; date. % State vs. James Prescott, chargedwith' child{ again. Ask your druggist fora '
ji' / newsprint is sevencente a pound, an<'Kissimmee and St. Cloud would undoubtedly Sell Without SnowinfIFur to

". ,advance of SOO per cent. above th? 1 1i do away with many t>f the I I A beautifully rendered vocal solo by changing marks on 2 hogs owned 60-cent Figs," bottle which of contains"Cal'forma full Syrupof direc-: W. B. MAKINSON CO. .

price Tho Tribune has been paying. ; "black eyes" which we sometimes talk ,' JVIrs. Geiger added' to the pleasure of by Rull Bass, July 1, 1915. Indicted tions for babies children of all ages l s .
i. those present.: May 3, 1918. (Two cases.) and for
With paper at seven cents a pound the ibout. grown-ups.
I(I the business' session the ---- -
State Dessasure charged
I 0 During\ vs. Hodges ,
. .i.! white paper consumed in fillinga
year's subscription to The Tribune, THAT WHICH COUNTS THE name of Mrs. Will G Ibcrt was presented with rape on Louisa Nichlow (or ..ooooooeoo.OO 000006000000.00000000000.0.00cOOO -w

'1' "ACID TEST" IN LIFE. for memberlhip'and! unanimously : I Short), a 10-year-old girl, April 14,
will cost than the subscription
-r 1 price-which more, it will readily be seen I I accepted. I 1916. Indicted May 3, 1916. I S. S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE ;

r. makes"tb'J cost of operating the paper Henry George renowned humanitarian I A pleasant social hbur closed the State vs. Randolph Young, charged 1!

a dead loss. : and originator of the single-tax afternoon when the hostesses, Mrs. W. 'filth embezzling a car load of shingles'rom A SPECIAL ATTRACTION is 700 acres of IllGH.CLASS CITRUS t
"" al-I I theory of taxation, included this Inspiring :B. Makinsbn and Miss Elizabeth Ault'wero the McNair Lumber Company of .
Tha Tribune has been forced, LAND southeast of Big Lake Apopka and near brick road.
to'reduce thought in one of his books. man, charmingly assisted by Jacksonville on, Nov. 5, .1914. Indicted ,
the size of its
al-\\ ("Social Problems") : J'Misses Amy 1\Iaki"scn\ and Marion May 5, 1916. I This Jand has TWO MILES OP LAKE SIIOl E. Its scenery,
to tho smallest possible usable. It
1 also "What, when our time comes, does'it 'Porter in serving light refreshmonts.l State vs. Hobson Savage, charged etc., make it ideal for country homos. :.
been compelled to abandon the Y
I matter whether have fared ,I Those Bull Creek
I I we attending with having burned the
publication, for this year, of its YearBook I Will sell all or part. ':
inasmuch daintily or not, whether we have bers of the club, nlso the Mothers! and schoolhouse on the night of Sept. 15,
as the paper required worn soft raiment or not, whether we Teachers Club, who were especially: invited 1915. Indicted Nov. 15, 1915. Also firs? lalls building l lots !. Orlando and Apopka. -:,
: for that publication would cost three '
hive a great fortune or nothing at guests, nrd Mrs. J. E. Campball): State vs. Mark Bailey, charged with .
timcq as much as the total possible all, whether we shall have reaped:! hon- of Knoxville; Tenn. deserting his wife and 5 children on ORLANDO OFFICE: In .Orlando Bank and Trust Company (
revenue therefrom. Neither will we
orn or been despised, have: been counted Oct. 23, 1915. Indicted May 3, 1916. Building
. be able to issue our usual large Christmas -
learned or ignorant, as compared: State Elmer Padgett and Will I"
Number. Without a change In theeifunt'on KISSIMMEE OFFICE j '
lot In
: Griffin's Garage 8-12 Poasiel
with how we may have! used that talent fertic, who are alleged to have-un- ) .
t; we will further be forced to I I i t ;
which has t.-cn: intrusted to us awfully changed the marks on a hop .
cut dpwn the number of pages in the I .
I for the Master's service?' What shallit owned by John Story, on Oct. 15,1915. I ,
daily to about one-half the
customary -
Qhr papa matter! when eyeballs glaze and Indicted May 3, 1916. /
: number. I The Zion Religlo-Literary Societydaa' "
ears grow dull, if out of the darkness .
d Increase: lit subscription and advertising organized at Pleasant Valley Case On Civil Docket..JObn'C.'Klrpoocrtt.. ,

ff .., rates must .necessarily follow. may stretch a hand, and into the silence :I Noy.: 26 with, Mr. and Mr,. W. Hi.Rurhmef .:.. .. V''G.: Perry; .1'

f r All the.newspapers of the country, except thou may come a voice: 'Well done, ; C. C.: Rummel, Mr. and Mrs. (20.Q00( damages for slander. Decker I Classified Advertisements
1 1ife. good and faithful servant; thou "
11 f those so fortunately'situated that has been faithful over a' few things I Harold Rickltts, Mrs. Will Long Forest &:. Parker for. plaintiffsj Landis, Fish ,

't/\/\ ,: they can afford to operate at heavy T will make then ruler over ; : Wright, Myrtle Young and Joseph! St Hall for defendants. e . _ . _. _____ _________ ___ _ _ _ _ _ fT
many TTTTTTTT T _ _' ...
loss Redwood 'vs. Southern'Colonization Ty T "
rF1.r... will have to adopt similar pines thintrs enter thou into the of Enge as charter members. 1 Thomas F. 'lJ'lJV'I"J..e. : ''
+, in order to keep out of the bankruptcy Lord' ";* joy thy The meeting was caged! to order Company; '$1,600 dam- FOR SALE-One-fourth: block with FOR SALE-Fine upright piano; a

yr s" f, courts. o at 2:30 p. m. by'Joseph Enge. Song, igea. G. F. Parker for plaintiff; W. small house; ,two blocks from court bargain for cash; also other pieces

;j, e The conditions, which have brought ." "In Zion's Praises," was sung. Prayj B. Crawford for defendant. (Passed.) house, on corner of Verona street of furniture. Call at 108 Clyde Av. i.

;,. this! about are not the fault of the TO SELL COUNTY FARM er by C. C. Rummel. Joseph Engej 1 A. E. Donegan vs. Henry T. Baas, and Clyde, avenue. Will sell cheap.

;:. newspapers of the new paper-pat- was chosen as temporary 1: OnUs[ Bass, and the IJ. C. Frick Co.; Apply to. M. COSNER, 609 Mab- WANTED-Room' for storage with '

;MI, \ ronizing public. But the public will AND BUY ANOTHER SITE The following officers were elected listress for rent. Johnston &: Cat- bette St. r 47-4t permanent resident; must be dry '

.4i.if., ,; have to bear with the newspapers in I C. C. Rummell, :-president; Joseph: rett for plaintiff; O'Bryan &: PledgerFor and rent reasonable.' Adress 108-

,. their difficulties' appreciating the tremendous The county farm Is advertised for Enge, vice president; Harold Rickitts; defendants. FOR SALE-One 8-drawer Cabinet Clyde avenue. ,

t sacrifice that will have to be tale among the legal advertisements secretary; Mrs. Will Long, treasurer. Marcoosee Farm and Townsite Company National Cash Register, one Burroughs DWELLINGS
made in order to continue, publication.Not in this l issue of the Valley Gazette The 'program, lookout and social vs. E.:: E. Livermore; $2,000 dam- Adding Machine, one large TIJJer. for rent, ppjy". to- M.

: Not only papor but every other item Bids for it will be accepted until Dec!. relief committees were appointed ages. Iron Safe, one 25-horsepowcr FerroEngine '(

included! in newspaper-making baa advanced 11.. This Includes the orange grove. assignedto their duties. and ,"Included In the above, are 8 cases two 6-horsepower Gray TO EXCHANGE. -Motor-bott t ((8- ;..,

to practically prohibitive price. The location of the farm is too much Song: 168 was sung The meeting that have.been',disposed of since court Motors one Naphtha Launch, one will hor.sen., power Engine) *In r first-cla.ndi-dairy cow.i, Or:) 1 y;1 !

JJ 9 newspaper, in the country can expert out of the way. and it has not been .was'dismissed by Harold:JUckitts.v opened, as follows: 'pair. Counter Scales, four oil tanks. tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells, 104 pos.let.t''.. ',, '

to make one cent of profit for the conducted so Successfully lately aa to .The Object ef.this, society shall be W, I. Stillwell and Anna M. Still- one pair ,Trucks, one Ol'lce"Chair' avenue. Telephone 242.41tf., : ','fl'+,'

next J'eu. at least. The problem with I warrant. tta{ retention.-. "- Winter_ 'and enlist fhe'energies of rail : (wife-,... Peninsula Highlands one lot Sheeting, two fresh, Milch SITUATION ;; J '

vr ,most -of.,them will be not the makingof 'I' The county commissioners 'are IL advertising 'all1 and '..peeiaU;:' the''young people, Company; failure to keep covenant Cows. All cheap for cash. ''ROSS you a place.: WANTEDSay.near some town, q:'if.a:itb ; 1"I; i'

i profits!, but, the paying\ of'actual for offers 'of land .between la','.the field oft Christian fcefnlness1 i' jury''comprising S.,H. Fertlc' C. IL GRAVES. tI 45-tf why not employ-J, H,' Moseley; ;,t..' ,

P :>running)(rapemea.or; how;long L they I Klsaimmee and St.;Cloud !to be. used before;, then"jT ta. promote'soclablland .Jriggers, Aaron'Reaves; C. :H.: Funk, grow' sweet potatoes or' ;

a .can ,exist_'und.rrth.'oonUnuouidraiq i, sift county fam..1I t te be l conducted the'plrit of brotherly'solicituV*' w..W." Chandler."and jH.,i'.W."Morrow FOR:SALE-Two horses; to be displaced chickens, hog'JHeyhaa"eaa..ralae\refer1nces. '1i

. .. 'If a'daily' dedd1,, j; "tj on radically, different, lines. The new and:helpfulness among, them;rand ;tobelp'tb1 returned .* 'verdict: .; for-f the plaintiffs.;ITblt by auto tt *. Can at',Kls- ; : ,
The Tribune .li'attilning.very', er.1 ; I more d. lrabl In. wanlOe.tI ; La'Ht ; I fL't i eas. in which the : 'sinunee Jce"Plant,' Adelre..JII.i.XPSELEYIl"; 1, i
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' THE KfesiMMEE' VAu.U'G.Unn Alt the "November r selections l ''f"t.: ,. 'Mr: and Mrs.. ; "T, Cuppett, corner of Emonett fraternities'"and, -to select the,. best the 'fraternity:excepting one' : and: 'for':"*

( ) songs; double:.disc .records;,. 25 cent : their sons, ,; and, Alaska4 a venue, bad a mis i from each," for incorporation into 'the the past' three years he* his 'been,

>I. I "' .. .'I'' '1 .'. '. ' I each., Dollar Limit Store. ' daughter.Luctls; ;: ev.rtakewbim' ...eralntgfw< government! of; |the Kappa, Alpha organizations grand ,hiatorian,4be..eond executive,

Published Every Friday By Congressman Sear will'deliver the Ga., are visiting, i in (he'lo"i; b.d\r.> of a $1,500 office jrytbet| ,.,It.?,.was 'the or*
w.'.. IL4IUU A E. O. VANS .XJIWW 1JtU."Edpr ona'imalt-grove: he acquire Mr.' Crawford. 'been 'a' dele* ganixer and ,first province commander.
.: r'. ; \ : eulogy Orlando at Sunday.. Elk memorial'serylees'. . to erated'' In Nocatee, about four monthni__co,' gat to ,every-iiattcmaf'convention'" 'of of the.Qardaman,province.,-' *
; upon 1 .
a-small sum """ '
oF' "
1'I 'Judge S.' i". Decker'Varna' over' ,. from\ a' few day;" ago the buildinj.r1 i : ,. 4kr
covering vand:t '' ,.: < l ,. ."* ,!tfk'' : . :. '..:" ', ' -' .
St. Cloud Tuesday U buslfesS.; * 4 "
\ con." again: > :* ,>\ ,' J. Lopela of Sanford,"a*'> '. ..
"< '
netted withthe . \ J'
county court, : .z: .
> .
r''! ; ''" .. ay.:. She:,will combine busi. ': : ' s
.;.; I Iial Mr. and Mr. : 1 ., .l4. a'it.\ ", i'c':
R.M.'Fqx of Orlando made one pt ,,,with ,pleasure for;'a few''days,
his regular" parishlonal :visits:'to Kisarntmeo toull; 111,,.,who : ); ,._ #"landesld.dl'tn' Kissimmeeof Big :Discount; Sad 1.t ll M. r
.. ". *'". of their''.brother: ,: \ eDon't :-.
o a >* ,. ; number year and was proml .
f .
: .
family f.St., '
Mrs :rl'Earnest f- } I I in lodge work as well as In, social.. . " '9'' \v' '
G QV ., C. E.. of Bartow spentEire on ; '
church circle :
: : f ,MissGet'iing"'I;
week-end with her former friends ,
: ; ,
R. 'E..
gtE PRESS Rev. S. W. Lawler and family' citizen of Fort ;,Ai Carson of Kissimmee, promit. ( .rte, (... ..e'w.r, >

J. L. Overstreet went to Haines visitor in in business, banking and politic. 1
A I"
circles, not only of his home town Bargain OJ* r , ', r.. "
f City Sunday for a brief visit with here he was a : ...
d his\ mother. hoteJ.. that section, but in, the entire 1 J 1, < I
..OOO.OO..OO. ........ i I. among the out-of-town vU- ,
.' Fred Bass, accompanied by Gus J. W. WUlard ; in the city today on business. He '
'f' Weather Smith, made a business trip to Tampa, M. Willard, of J>> .1 last night and is registered -BesUaiag Friday, I?ec. let and ,ending Saturday Dee i

| Report: Monday. They returned Tuesday:
W. C. Crom, prominent banker of I! will en route remain for 'St. merchandise, except Big Ben Cloe ... Waterbury Watches, '
Jacksonville, spent Sunday a !guest at i W. J. Carter, of Denver, Colo., '
Following are daily tempera. j 1 Miss Marion and goods... /
the Graystone.D. Optical
is now the guest of her brothers, !
and precipitation /
tare a* re'J: | 1 day for Avon F
ported by Government station< S. Loring o* Cozad, Nebraska," spend and Columbus Hall, of St. We offer this special inducement to get you to do your r,
Kissimmee for the week end- off here between tftins
has accepted a position with H. O. and other i I i .
ing Thursday, Nov. 80: Brown &: Co. Saturday. '. ,. on her way to Lakeland for Christmas shopping early; by doing i it in this manner you. ,
Max. Min. lUlu l I w days. Mrs,' Carter was a for- t
Friday ._ ____.70 Narcoossee, was a visitor In the city :. ter, Miss Louise, remembered wide circle of c
Saturday _. 12 (1 by a decisions and avoid the rush which-always comes the last
Sunday .. .,- 78 66 on Monday. Mrs.' Charles ..

Monday __ ___ 74 67 S. J. Funk, wife and two childrenof 1 liam Watson, all I Charles Goodrich, of St. Cloud, few days before the great day.t

Tuesday __ __ 77 67 Ohio are here to spelid the winter i. were a: pleasant several hours here Tuesday .
_:. 75 66 with C. H. Funk at Ililliard's Island. ing about our: : : I
Wednesday en route for Osceola, Ark.,
.1. '
____ 63 For This Reason We Are 1:
Thursday 78. Better come and hear those new For sale or she goes to join Mr. Goodrich.

O..oo.o"O.t.... double disc Columbia records:, all the farm adjoining will be gone about two month. Able % . "L
new music; 25 cents each. Dollar I ern Colorado. ; will visit relatives" in Memphis, To Give Bi/Bargains w', :
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought Limit Store. $2,600; for ., and in Jacksonville before re- -1
Many other good to her home in St. Cloud. '
For Sale;-Horses, miner and .shet- W. A. McCool, Jr., and Dick Stroup :I \ I
!gains for sale. We operate three stores and buy'in J large" quantities >
bind ponies. J. W. Miller. tf returned Wednesday from a hunting ,I G. Bennett and daughter, Miss . -- .- .- .:' -. :. ,"",.."'>1' and'rrf' .
Sweaters for all the family at prices trip, bringing back,two deer and four The Laymen's of Hartford, Ky., arrived last! direct from the factories, therefore cut out the tiddleiBaV* .,i
to please. F. II. Lawson. wild turkeys. 'I next Sunday and are pleasantly located '
the Methodist Inn. Mr. and Miss Bennett profit and give you the benefit. With this middleman's'' 14!,. '
Mia Lucy Lupfer visited friendsin E. J. Mansfleld, the postoffice inspector (
Orlando Saturday.I. was in Kissimmee on one of led by Brother been touring the State, but are profit, which is from 20 to 25 per cent, and the tOper ?
and boys pleased with Kissimmee that they
D.: Harver of DeLand wee'a business his regular visits Monday. Mr. Man.field's .- al committee.Mr. their intention of remaining cent we give you makes a saving of 30 to 35 cent' on
in Lakeland.Mrs. .
headquarters are
visitor in the city Friday. for several months. t
and Mrs.
,, J. D.Woodbeck left for Or- every dollar's worth you buy from. us.Don't '
J. B. Prevatt of Winter Haven wasa daughter, Miss ..
, guest at the Graystone Sunday lando Tuesday to spend the day with I R. I.,.were \ MORE CATTLE ARE forget-this sale does riot last !longer, than the ,
her friend, Mrs. J. L. Fienberg, of
: looking
Miss Jessie Cox visited her parentsat
that city. 16th.
Mr. and Mnj.: hotel.'J
Loughman Thursday.See SENT FROM KISSIMMEE
Coach Norris Harris of Plant City Kifsimmee on I ;,
our overcoats for men. Something shook hands with old friends Friday Maxwell A. I Manday B. F. Lester-of Mont

for $10. F. H. Lawson. -* while in the city loking after the Plant strong, who are Ala., shipped 344 head of d it

M. H. Thatcher was here from San- City football team.S. the Southern to Texas via New Orleans. '
Inc. y
ford Sunday looking about the city. Summerlin, a prominent stock were in cattle had all been dipped to .
them of ticks, in accordance with
of Sanford visitorin While
Nelson of St. Cloud man was a Friday Friday.
I J. A. was avisitor
here Tuesday. kissimmee. He rigostered at the headquarters at government regulations. Mr. H. O. BROWN, Manager ,
represented by Henry Par- '.,
Manhattan,hotel. .
I m Walter Nelson made a business tripto Mr. and Mrs. ... "'OiI -...- ... --< ""' "'-"'OiI 1r. ... "..-..... V.;.'
All the boys in town should ; . .
Orlando Monday.Dr. see our dianapolis, who cattle were purchased from the I ,
boys' suits; sizes 6 to 18 years. At winter quarters Cattle Company and included <
T. M. Rivers made a professional .
bargains. F. H. Lawson. here . ., .
ed through fine bunch of thirty-six Angus '" c
visit t* Haloes City, Tuesday.D.
)lrs. J. J. McKee of Columbus, Ohio, Fort Drum to ., whihc C. A. Carson, Jr., has bred .
S. Lorlng, of Co&ad, Neb., wasa with their '
wa a guest of Mr.. W.. G. Hankins ,hjs ranchf jRECEIVING
guest; at the Manhattan hotel, Sun- T\I'; i i ,. .Mr*. McKee is a winter Mrs. Clara : -.. F. Bass of St.' Cloud v shipped :;',''i"I; it jQj' "'11' >. "'

day.Mr. reldcnt'of Orlando. spent I several Kiaslmmee on Monday about 160 NEW"STQCKSOF : ':

and Mrs. C. M. Padgett, of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. C. W.'Bruns motoredover tween trains of prime steer to the Tampa

spent the week-end with Robert from Narcoossee Saturday and hpme from the Company, represented by "
Lykes. Mr. Bass is a con GOODS DAILY:
Reidel and family. were din er.g'uestl at the Graystone convention at ,
shipper of good beef. ,,,
the .
represented I
Graham left for .
Young \ .
Tampa, where he has been offered an ,:D, L.. ,,Skipper of :Zolfo, Fla., was St.Mr.Cloud.and Mr .' ; "W. R.: CRAWFORD 4"A'ry'ENDS "'' "." ,, .. -. , "., ., ....:.".'I..",,' r.rl" J- t-
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: important '
position.ItCU among the'out-of-town KAPPA ALPHA .
; -' prominent people and groom of : ,.. : :: ,1
,,i:'. Tindall and, J.' S. TindallfuoWred l looking after business. interest. In panied by : Mr. ,";:" !-A .iA) :,1't.: .\ ) """'"\, ;\ .I//
,,' '" up from Kenanaville Monday. the city Monday.; have been, ,Kappa.Alpha;i fraternity, the 'T\" : _'1 :"" .. : \ )" "i: :'; ", I''I!'>;"." .

to attend tie circuit court.' ,: r. and Mrs. J. King and Hon. Sam and most successful of the
,. Leroy Lesley fraternities, confining its "
for Griffin were a motor party from Or- STANFORD COMPANY.
: ,< :' J. J. Griffin leaves tomorrow nesday from to the Southern States, has H. C.
Toledo, Ohio, to'attend the conventionof lando spending Wednesday In Kissimmee. companied by two important meetings this
They were dinner guests at the
Overland dealers. t ter of Lake in Atlanta, Ga.-one that of its "l.
Graystone hotel. "Old Reliable Shoe Dealers of b"eoLfc..IJ' "
Raincoats for men and ladies; guaranteed giving.Mr. committee and .
s: ; money back if not as claimed. Mr: and Mrs. W. H. Tunnicliffe, of and Mrs. other that of the Georgia-Florida-

.; F. H. Lawson. New York city, were guests in the turned from province council. The Utter
I city Tuesday, while ort their way to n convention two days.
C. E. Denig motored over from Nar- I St. Cloud, where they will spend some where-they now spent | \ last national convention, which More new stocks pf ,
coosnee Monday for a few hours. He I occupying 1
time. -
Richmond less than
residence i i in a year ago,
"r registered at the Graystone.We
Misses Dorothy Wells and Alpha 1 accompanied | for a commission of ex peri- Shoes just arrivedSEVERAL
received this morning 50 new Westfall left for Lougtiman Wednes- Leonard H-errick fraternity men to prepare a new ro'- ,
l 7-inch disc records; play on both sides; day to spend Thanksgiving with Miss 1 Hills. on for the government of the :
1 25 cenW. Dollar Limit Store. will I and one that would meet with
Beatrice Hilton They returnhome '
'I I Reeves at Saturday.Mrs. II I Mr. and Mrs. and future condition STYLES Of r SEVERAL : }
.: Mrs. F. C. postmaster pa were here
of her sis- members of this commission( j; r'
't Avon Park, was the guest J. R. Cape, who makes her I day, while en Rion McKissick, a Greenville, (S. QUEEN QUALITYSHOES
'i I ter, Miss Marion Sargent Tuesday. home with her daughter, Mrs. Will where they will
I ) lawyer, who is chairman; Fran
;, John C. Jones, a prominent attorney Gilbert,' left Monday for Miami, her with the J' B. Latady, a Birmingham (Ala.fn SHOES
T'' from Orlando, was here looking former home, where she goes to look Mrs. C. E. ; and Osceola county's attor- i
.' after-4eg lnatters. after business interests. Holmeberg
W. B. Crawford, of Kissmimee. '
Miss Mary Tracy of Wauregan, Will Boyd Collins, of Jacksonville, return commission's duties have been
t Conn., was a tourist spending several is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mrs. O. S. exhaustive study of the gov- New Stocks of Cool Weather t'
hours in Kissimmee Tuesday. Saunders for a few days. Mr. Collins and her niece, rule. of all other Greek-letter

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rF."' THRASHER FVLC.T.UaCOLUMNI I What I Wish I Had' Known for. Catholics If a' good only., clean,That moral is non-Cath.a calumny. Help1Nattire

fEfl olio is running 'against a low or im .
( 'M.,./ If..,.'ft*." suisf'C moralVCatholia. for. a public. office It Do' It

1? 'c..r..teefl.woN. ICIIMI/IU.'LA. At tho last meeting of'Frances Wills A, clergyman" at a recent, churchmeeting "That,yon,ca l't getoomethiog..torI 's the duty of'Catholics to vote f for ,
let.It' held Nov. 24 in Cleveland Ohio recountedthe nothing." *- the noncatholic'and against the
rd Union (Kissimmee, I Dont .. how she 1.
the following superintendent for the replies nineteen men had made to "That the world would give me just .Catholic.: & working to jre get see rid of your colds: w
., coming 7U1""we appointed: thU question propounded them: I'about what I deserved." "I am glad there are so many good' and catarrh f' The effort continues lil!
Medal Contest-Miss ,Clark. "What do, you wish you had known "Thar by the sweat of m7'brow sad broad-minded Protestants In our all the time, bat In: hot mv
J. W. THOMPSON 'Jail and 'Sabbat Observance-Mrs. before, you were 21 yean old?" Would I earn my bread." I State 'who would not join in this crusade weather you catch 'a fresh sold

y MtPhatter. One reply was not reported. Eighteen II "That thorough education! not only of Rata There are many, many very day er s., add to- the

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Flower Mission-Mrs.;: Morrow.Antinarcotios I men replied: "I ,wish I had pays better wages than hard labor, Protestants who have. the real Cath- loon catarrh U Is in chroale year-system systemic., and ,

and Cigarettes-Mrs.B kIIo"- !but it brings the best of everything ,lie spirit-if they only'knew it. Your digestion suffers' you :-

and reason. "What I wa going to do for a living :elae. "This selection was an evidence) of have trouble with stomach and ,i

r, Fairs and Open-AIr Meetings / ; what ,my life work would be. "The value of absolute truthfulness .ow many' good' Protestants there are bowels: Get at tb* real draw I
), LICENSED EMBALMER Mrs. Aultman. "That ''my health after thirty depended Is everything." 'n this State. In this election the de- Clear up catarrh, and the other 'i

Union Signal and Presc-Mrs. in a large degree on what I "The folly of not taking other peo- rent Protestants stood shoulder to troubles win disc, psar.

ow .,.6tor. and Chapel. Stewart AT. Cochrane.It ate before I was 21." ple's advice." ', shoulder with' the Catholics. Aid With Per na ':

JCIeetrnnjee Fla. goes' without: saying that our last: "How to take care.of my money." "That everything which, my mother .
I meeting was an enthusiastic one. It "The commercial asset of being wanted me to do was right./ 44000000004000044 Peruaa I. a geed tonlo, with

could not otherwise, when, with encouraging : neatly and sensibly dressed." "That my father wasn't such an old dltloa. BUll" us la your catarrhal resistance con -

1 { reports from our State ; "That a man's habits are mighty fogy after all. If I had dons as he > SOUTH CENTRAL DISTRICT 0 |Tr\V_ and treat at the the same catarrh.time .

convention, were added the following hard to change after he is 21." wished, I would be very much bette OF CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR l//h Supply nature with
:W. B. Crawford te Jarrell) messages from W. C. T. U. leaders : "That a harvest depends upon the off physically mentally, and morally." 0 0 /J} //4\\IV\\] more body a vls-or.chance rive to your get i :

a CRAWFORD & JARRELL and the Associated Press: : seed sown. Wheat produces wheat, "What it really meant to father' aid OOOP40004.0000000For mfv it J Xwell v not ,annoy and summer you. will Them 1-- ...,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW "Prohibition wins in Michigan by" thistles bring forth thistles, ragweedswill mother to rear their son." that division of our State Union healthy man dines
Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens 80,000 majority." spoil a good pasture, and wild "What hardships and disappoint. called the 'South Central" the annual I .f i Peruna has helped ),

Bank Building "In South Dakota prohibition wins oats, once sown, will surely produceall ments would be entailed by my leave convention lately convened in the famous -- i\ make countless: thousands ..'
well In the last
Kissimmee Florida by 20,000 and woman suffrage by a kinds of misery and unhappiness." ing home against my parents' wishes." soldier city St. Cloud. It jSMw*w 4f fe.r.,

safe majority." "That things worth while require "The greatness of the opportunityof been my good fortune attend three ,V1** U" It .ourul' ..

"In Nebraska prohibition won by time patience and work." joy in serving fellow man." such meetings there, and this wag by'ar V5 i i.r>ii : Tablet form for Is regular veryConvenient .

.t 41',. 1 30,000 and furnishes her link in i the .------------------- -- - - - - - - - - - - -," - - - - - - - the largest. Only one visitor from I -' dmlnlstratton. !'

+: DR. W. W. CARSON chain from Canada to Texas," lic parish in Mexico who recently told 1 I priest; how the priest wanted $15 to outside Florida contributed to its success THE FCKUNA CO. '

"Oregon returns indicate liquor Mr. Butler that he (vicar) is readingthe i "make it right" and| how finally he -Karl Lihmann, Southern States COL..vw, OMIO: "

DENTIST arnendrr.ent defeated." Bible for the first time in his life had accepted $3, had baptized the infant secretary, fro'm Birmingham, Ala. .
c Office over Pilley Building "Washington reports that the two and had issued the left-handed The two Kissimmee young people's ....
amendments voted were -his first acquaintance with it. "H >re societies Union Center United Breth- period of its existence. I
Office Hours1: -11. 1--I (. liquor upon certificate: ; .,
Office\ 'Phone lit Residence 'PhOB SI is an educated man, a priest of Rome the Kissimmee Orlando the all sessions held in the
Oas Administered for Extraction .. defeated by An overwhelming maJorIty Mr. Barnett related igno-,iiny v>n, near ; ; Though were
i Teethr ." who never had 'seen the Bible." An Emperor Henry IV Germany, al, I two societies of Sanford; Lake Jennie Presbyterian church, Christian church .

"Arkansas voted to retain State- educated Mexican was asked if he hada most 1,000 years ago had been put toby Jewel near Orlando, and Monroe, friends helped entertain .and carry "

wide prohibition rejecting local op-. of the Bible. "Yes," he replied, Pope Gregory. VI standing in were all represented; but Winter Parkent out all the local convention plans. ,
tion measure by a 8 to 1 vote." copy snow three days and then prostrating! the most-two for the entire con- The following workers were installed
CEO. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW "California's returns to date indi- and he went into his home and brought himself to the Pope and allowing the vention lasting two days and fifteen by Mr. l/shmann in the last session ', ,.
cate that the amendment to out.--a law book. "Did, not know what latter to place the papal foot on the II by automobile Sunday. There wasa : ,

Collections 'Conveyances \\ic drinkinaplacel after Jan. 1, 1918 the Bible was," said Mr. Barnett.To imperial neck. "I am sorry to, say," total of about forty-two present President, Edwin McQuarters, Or-

Specialties has carried by a substantial majority. the eternal credit of Mr. Wil- { said Mr. Barnett "that we have had if'rom' outside St. Cloud and this lando; vice president. Miss FJorence ,

111 1-1 Broad war The Good News saysDr: and son, said Mr. Barnett the President Presidents of the United States who I town' two societies. and their friends II Melizer Winter Park; secretary,
Fret. The star of empire assuredly had withstood gibes, sneers rid- I J have prostrated themselves before the ,turned: out in goodly numbers. Hiss: Beulah Roney of Orlando; treas-

i shines with special brilliance over icule, contumely, and contempt and I papal power. President William Howard All through it proved to a splendid urer, J, H. Cellar of St. Cloud. 'iWi. ;

North America's western seaboard. had refused to march armies into Mex- I Taft, for instance, let the Pope I\ffair, full of enthusiasm, cheerful Superintendents as follows:: Quiet .

Already in Alaska British Columbia, ico. "I want no boy of mine to shoul- place his foot on his (Taft's neck." ,longs helpful conferences, generous Hours, Mrs. R. C. Maxwell, Sanford "
k F. W. :J. STUB:
O. KRBB8 and march into Mexico to
Washington, Oregon and California der a gun I, Mr. Barnett made it plain that he 'silver offerings and devotional services Tenth Legion R. H. Muirhead, Sanford -
Ii KRIBBS ft STEED women have been given civic freedom pull chestnuts from the fire for Wil- has no quarrel with Catho jp iys ir full of that spirit and fellowshipof ; Christian Citizenship, Mr. W. '

as : 'ind with Alaska and California vot- liam Randolph Hearst for Rockefeller I religion or their form of w3rshp! but "one to another" all through. T. Westwell, Kissimmee! ; Missionary ..
Jj ATTORNEYS AT LAW ';'ng dry on Nov. 7, the Pacific coast and for others like them," vehemently that he is battling against the interference I Much of the time was filled by the I Miss Margaret A. Lemmon Orlando f.

Legal. business of all kinds gives I from farthest north to the southernmost declared Mr. Barnett. (Great ap I I of the Roman hierarchy with special friends from out of the dtsrict I Intermediate, Miss Alice Whitner,

prompt attention. boundary of tho United States plause.) "For this and other causesI the public schools and the politics of Miss Coffin, State secretary; Sanford; Junior Supt., Miss Grace- '" ,
,. iil Offices It and 11 State Bank Bids.Kissimmee .. will be free from the legalized liquor voted this year for the first time in the United States. Messrs. Lehuiann and Curry; the chil- I Holt Orlando. .!
\ ; 'raffle over 1,250,000 square miles in my life, for a Democratic candidatefor dren's friend, Mr. Fagg and Rev: For the counties 'comprising South
y me unbroken nr'ea with more than President." (Vigorous applause.) I The foregoing is only a partial re-I George Waldron State superintendent Central district three secretaries were '

,h' V !1,500,000 population, under prohibition He declared the Bible must go into sumo of Mr. Barnett's addresses. It of Congregational churches; but chosen-for Seminole, Kent Rosaitori:,
ind equal suffrage"Some the public schools, but that no priest l beyond space possibility to altipt 'ocal workers and those from other societies Sanford; Orange Miss Eva McQuar- i
: rector, pastor, minister or other ecclesiastic I lie took and did it well. ten and 1'\
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON a complete report. His Sunday night part Orlando; for Osceola county \
4 Office over Osceola Pharmacy one has said: "The W. C. T. U. must be permitted to at- I talk, for instance occupied 1 hour 40 The theme for the convention was'Preparedness ; Y. O. Ricketts of St. Cloud. In :

jI Pkeae> Residence lever finishes anything. They reso- tempt to ,interpret the scriptures in minutes. He has a pleasing personality for Service," and this all this array of workers only Mil: "

Fkl ogles 141.LEWIS 'ute, they petition year In and year the schools. No one must be so per- I and he speaks effectively when he helpful thought was carried out inavery Roney and Messrs. Cellar and Muir- ,'
jut. and at it always. mitted. No religious dogma of any session. Besides the serious head re-elected think. The
they are always gets to the meat of his subject, but were we y
k r ." Now we have added another kind mast be expounded or inculcatedIn I he can not be classed among the portions of the excellent program latter Mr. Muirhead has been in continuous

, lepartment to our work-that of the schools. All that is asked or "stars" of the lecture platform. He which had been prepared by Mee.". service and never missing
-34,c demanded is that the Bible be placedon and Lehmann there time either district State conventionfor
1t 'Temperance and labor, with Ida holds the interest of his auditors nevertheless Curry was a or
V" VaxUf..BuUdinr.. l OftGarmo as State superintendent, and the same footing with other classical and he was attentively listened allowed for pleasures. Chief among/ many years. -eomethlng equaledby
r & i text week we will have an article literary productions with to throughout each of his addresses. hem was the "weenie rout" at a few in Florida. c

,- f. Vena her in regard to it. Shakespeare, Milton, pante, Longfellow beautiful ,home built by one of the The next convention holds in. hospitable "
," s.. fs :; 'v* .7 JIL; J*.*_ \ Tennyson, etc-and that at least He Is 'so well pleased with Florida many old soldiers who have made St. Winter Park.

J.A. TROVILLION.'' D. A saloon-kepeer once Bald to a W. ten verses of it be read each day. No that he intends 'to spend his winters Cloud magic ,In growth" in the' short, GRACE A. TOWNEND.

t __" Special Attention toCANCERVCOITRE.TUMOR3 ';: T. U worker I "Why don't you let Interpretation Is necessary. "Thy"word in.this State hereafter. He is on hisway' '
and 'alone "' This is answer shall !* as a !mp unto my feet.
is our ;' for an extensive speaking/ tour j I.. : ;
F DISEASES OF.THE SKIN. - When the la.t door !. shut and the In ten States, said the-speaker, had throughout the Western State C.' A. CARSON. Pretic mt. / N. C.'BRY. N. .' :1
:Orlando Office-Boardman. Building last bar Is closed; the Bible been banned from the public Secreaaryy.
)Vhen the last petty fraud and deceitare
Jtol1a.m.Winter Park Office .2 to 4 and C when the exposed hld. ous: head of the snakeof school and the Roman heirarchy was &
Waters Carson
.4 .. to 8 p. m. apt. limo pd the .tlll responsible for it. Yet in some of I KISSIMMEE PRIESTON The ,
crushed to death 'neath our heel- those States crosses, scapulars, altar
then we will.
", Vhen the Rood Lord shall whUpcr decorations etc., are bought by State -
your labors are don'. FLORIDA ELECTIONIn -
ALAN' MacDONOUGH Vhen our uplrlts beyond the still river money. There is a great organization -
have flown; of patroitg who Intend to put the Grocery Company ]
Architect Vben the dust hides our faces-we'll
Registered; let you alone'!" Bible into public schools, and put It conoliuUfrg.the regular monthly I
there In Pennsylvania,
to stay-as Kissimmee'sRoman
moftiing worship at : .
ENGINEER Episcopal Clerical Assails where reading of the Bible in public l Catholic church last Sabbath : Wholesale and Retail Dealers in : :i
y yti' BRONSON HLDG. IUSSIMMKB FLA. schools is mandatory.The '
I I morning, Rev. M. Cox discoursed I '1
Bible must be the foundation for .
the late
about ten minutes concerning GROCERIESWE
Roman Hierarchy.Continued all society. It must be the basis of I gubernatorial primary and election in

Pat Johnston a P. Garret settlement between capital and labor. I He said
Florida. :
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JOHNSTON The great railway and similar disputes .
& GARRETTa I "I shall discourse but briefly this
must be settled according to the
.ATTORNEY-AT-LAW that comes first. Then we must preserve golden rule. Solution of the railway morning, but on a matter Of some 40000000.0000000 00000040000000 + +
Imp rtance. 411 +
Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizens Ban maintain the school trouble will not' leap suddenly 0
and public ;
1.f. "We have witnessed an unusual sit 0' SELL: 4 O WE BUY: .
Building Fla. .hat comes next in Importance. We from the President's brain. It must I uation in Florida during the last six 4 0 4 + le
f'\i Xlsslmmee.
\ for much thought and 0 O *
be matter HAY
nust stand for the flag-for what the a pa months. We all know our State has 4 0 HIDES )
tience.It I
lag 'represents; the third essential, so Protestants to criti- I I been torn up by the political cnm- GRAIN O 0 ..
? becomes
P illy : paJgn of the last six months. 0 O FURS O k
tie declared. cise Catholics for religious CBwe, he r "What have we seen and heard in 0 FERTILIZERS 0 0 O

RESIDENCE FOR. SALEMy The difference between Mexico and declared when Protestants are so lax and before this election ? Hatred! 4 O 0 WOOL O.
O .
residence 316 Church ..beet.II the United States, the difference between in their own religious obligations so j Lies! Calumnies! Misrepresentations! SHINGLES O AND 4e
the weak nations of Earth and indifferent to the Bible, and so heedless Intolerance! t
Eight rooms_ All modern Improvement Unreasoning prejudice ORANGE BOXES. 0 0 4
r *. Double garage. their strong sister nations, is not a of its study. He condemned Protestants ( Many of our Protesta/it citizens have 0 0 o ALL ..

1r Terms if dcaired. :difference of race, nor a difference of who keep Bibles for only been influenced to hate their Catholic 4 ORANGE WRAPS +

{ 49-tf JAMES W. LILLY. :limate, nor a difference of anything'.: how purposes and for birth registers neighbors because of our religion. to VEGETABLE CRATES 0. O 0 COUNTRY + .t

ther than that of Bible or no Bible. "These are fruits, my friends. 4 0 0 PRODUCE "
"The nations that have died the nations Night Address. Fruits of what? Wherever there are 0 CRATE NAILS O 0 .. "
4'' ,v 444004400v"?..0.0" ..OOO..o'C.'W. that arc weak are those nations Mr. Barnett's addresses are largelq fruits, there must be a tree on which 0 0 O "

tt, that have tie" Bible withheld from given to anecdotes, and thjs "was! especially they grew. .4000040044004000 400, + 000000000 + + ,

them-by whon. T There is only one so in his night address. lie "On what tree did these fruits grow
I GRIFFINStaple church that withholds the Bible from consumed twenty minutes relating two +I,-this hatred, these lies these calumnies We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. *>. ;

its jnembers." balloon anecdotes. In one of them he this prejudice? On the tree Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting: and- camping parties. .*

and Fancy "Look at Mexifo. What is the mat- dramatically stirred his audience to kof MILITANT Protestantism. Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. / .

ter with Mexico? This my friends: an exciting pitch of expectancy about I ". { would beg of any Protestant who We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pries ."

Y Too much Christianity and too little his encounter in a balloon with a vicious I may be here this morning not to misunderstand on fertilizers. .*,t'
' ji GROCERIESFree Christianity. The Bible has been with enemy or rrthdman. His foe ai.t1' me-not to think that I .- 1lugene

; held from the people of Mexico. The he had each other's throat and the: I 'wish to insult or affront them. There I rC Delivery to all Parts Mexicans never had a chance to read balloon was shooting earthward, when i i are many good Protestant men in our c. Bryan, Pres. A. ". Bryan, Vice Pres. P. K. Weaver, Sec'y.lrc. 7J... '
' the Bible. Why ? European civilization ,Mr. Barnett hit his. head against a State-;Protestants who are worthy
4 of the City has been as long in Mexico or longer bedpost and awoke, thereby savinghis !iof all respect. By 'Militant Protestantism ('

than in the United States.. It is not a life. The point was that Ameri I ,' I mean Protestantism like
? oo o < oooooooT difference of ,race. It is ecause.the' cans are hitting their heads againstthe ''that of the days of Luther-Protestantism C

'\ Roman Catholic hierarchy has seen to Roman bedpost and are awaking.He which preaches a gospel! of i
4 It that the Mexican people never hada related an anecdote as to how hate.
4 ooet o eessi
chance at th. Bible." t Ghauncey Depew got out of kneelingo "Why should Protestants be taughtto

M. TILLER "Mexico has hot the Bible. Therefore : the Roman pontiff and out of kissing hate their Catholic neighbors? Bryan Realty Company

she has no science,,no artno lit the papal hand. Cardinal Ram- Catholics are not taught to hate any

Real Estate Agency, erature; and 85 per cent of her people polls informed, MY, f epew that only body.' ,
'I are illiterates, I do not speak from one other person'had been so,favored '"Neither are Catholics told to vote . GRAYSTONE\ CASINO' '}
e R 1 have been lit Mexico tli. warlord Kaiser of present-day __ ..J
f ReaJty bought and sokLe. : "and . .. .1 .,- r ,
t have seen 'and.'heard: !for' myself. Germany. .' : ,
Rev. .Mr.-Butler,*a friend of mine, has "He exhibited photographic t copy of :Robert: Co, -,' '
}lived thlrty-nve',yeare'Iq"Mexico., He a baptismal eeHncate issued by a Roman NOVELTY WORKS;:, ""' '
for Bon-fesuMBts. likewisethat;! Borne does not Catholic priest which stated (in 'f" r.;; ."11 _, ,
Accident VW says How Bills I JptcUttr.- -All Utirhr husk OrsMge Gras, Timber laaefe! w. "for. .. .
4 Fin. Life give the BtbU.:to iU'TpeopIe< ii.tki.sya'In'BrahU'wbe Latin') tau' the it. Pay Taxes H.. real
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''I" '"Is CABBAGE there any!: WORMS,:way: to=make'-STICKER.a spray, FARMERS' :SHOULD,',USE; i 360cre,; ; Florida J'arm;: ; ; t PAPERS' ''SHorr "I' ,

that'wlltkill. the cabbage leaft'1\ot : ,, ., "' '

getsa1 spray that, will stay on" the. KEROSENE{) ENGINES Which'Nets:$ .ogn.A, Year : COURS J4N. 91 ij'

plants. .It balls and rolls"off." : .
up tileM ; :
Itt lOr the high eoart of. gasoline .
-OR AT Several'minutes of, "attention
-aawer; ; The green ,cabbage worm p. '---:'" jrour I
farmers :'should,:hesitate before' '
eref loridarFarmer.-' **
ire asked
UOO' ; Mr. '
U Englih"pas
easily controlled byjusing 8 pound By Bv A* Mereael-la Dixie HighwayMagazine. ; peppers .
.. GROVE; , & of .r.el1.t.; of lead paste to 50'gallon buy an engine.which eanpperateon .) $200; tomatoes;, $200;' Irish potatoes Why,doe. *' the"Floridattaager receive

of water.""This should be' spread.evenly gasoline only., ,AnumbeX; of ,engines $400;and cabbage,..$600. .- leas for I hIs hog Northern ..
on:the market burn not only gasoline Sixteen ;year ago'J, R. Davis, 'a "and Western s
jGAUDEN: & 7ouished'me he'want'on"what farmer T.;
: FIELDiQuesTionr : over' the cabbage, and' It doe not : ; *
wash oft like part green. U should be and kerosene',bat crv e.olr M well native Floridan., eameto.Bartowndawed are ,the'gross' expenses for'operating Why U th*.average price of,Florida '4
> ; t'uiMMIDIATRLi'' I Kerosene will gin Just is much a six.-acre. tract on what i. now
r tANnsY" applied l In a fine'''mist?not"Just from a power ,, a farm of this sizeaccording; to my steer onethird'that of cornbelt ,
+ MsaN.MAPtuNoeDarrMoa.. sprinkling pot." 'This allowsthe a* gasoline and' it ,a reduced price.F. : the. Dixie highway :a '',mile. north of methods.\ Here are the.figures:', I t find steen! t,

.WIUOM <, ..TooMea.fEK.Tu! ... COMM: "'dry'quickly! "In a :,perfect, film.sprayto In .' M.< Rast,< of. the-fahn .engineering BartowBy. foresight and .hard,work that-the: aperageyesrly: ::cost of opera.tlon ,Why 1 II It hay ;'from $10\ to $15
.lAcUONVlLLa, ,' paa.SATSUMAS. .. I th.. of it, ha been to :Its
of Florida brought
department University ,present
higher here than
\ fact' we 'n ver have heard any 'eomplaint.seto'its OIl this farm 1* $40,000. :The net : ,it I* In. the North"and
e 4 *. J : 'collecting'on'cabbageleaves 'College of:Agriculture, cite come' state of perfection.. The farm ,today profit,deducting all expense's. Is '$ $,- : West

., ?. a* part green 'will collect "os of the advantage 'of ,burning ,keroen comprise' 860 ,acres of ,the best soil 000 per"annum'or 10 ,per :cent, on ,What'wu', the matter ''with

"I would" like:j'your' ;; ,opinion. a* ,to as any'spray applied with a'sprinklingpot *:' ."i 'Tt to be found In:th.-State of ...Florida. $250. OOr" the peach trees T' Why, did they. snot

Whether my land will make good Sat-, will collect.! However hereusarecipe ,.I Kerosene 1 cheper than gaso- .This acreage{, i divided,. 'in' almost "I employ here,, on"an.' ., average grow"'

.iuma oranges., It U a'good loam'and for a "sticker." It will make line.' ;An engine burning 20 gallons of equal part by the Dixie ,highway. 60'men, most of whom )ive'ln comfort ;WfI1' 'IIIDt more result from fartUtikar ,1 F

.n drained. My neighbor:' Is growing bordeaux mixture parts kerosene a, day, at.,,16 'eentl gallon ]Most of the land is.what 1* known as ablehomes which,I ,have provided for or improvement T <
greenfor any I would save Its owner 1.60'a day over medium high,and the them'on there 'Why not make mora'money T z
", the
farm. '
I good tangerines on the same. char. spray "Stay: where it is put. { : 'AltoJ: ler ,
the .am. engine burning calOline'at[rest 1* the best quality of pln4land.. *"' not have
acter of soil." Rosin 2 pounds; .salsoda 1 pound; are some fifty buildings oath,'placsDuring Why a better home?
26 cents a' gallon assumingthat. it I Of thU 860 agree, 90 acre* I* in these'
The the No one farmer can answer all
Answer; Satsuma orange ..water 1., gallon. ,Boil until of a clear busy'cropping and ,shipping
fJ"" should be budded on' trifoliate stock brown color-one: to one and oneihalf burned two gallons'more of kerosene t the highest state-of, cultivation. By"cultivatlCn" season, ,I have to. increase the problem;'bat the University of,Florida '
than of gasoline. A hundred day of is means.that it Is.producing number of "100 to* c..n.ce"ot'Ag-rleu1ture; ha*', arranged ,
and raised on heavy .oIi-.itberq clay hour. Cook in an iron kettle in the .men to handle tfc* '
work at this. earingwpold. mean $160, its maximum. Every day In I have sixteen a tan-day: short course so that'iarm.n 't
soil or at least a good clay subsoil open. Add this amount to each fifty crop head:of, horsesand
1t which show there:11 ''no economy in the year each'. 1 producing some mules and I'raia all : may'receive and, exchange, ;
Tangerines on the other hand do well gallons of bordeaux mixture for: .the'feed Y
using a gasoline engine when a kerosene crop that has a present money valueor for. their I five suggestions that,wll1'enable'them toana".r
on the regular sour ,stock and, If onions, tfabbage' ; and other plants that necessary use. keep, ,
given plenty of fertilizer high in ammonia are hard to'' wet.BLISTER. engine can be bad. ha an intrinsic worth In Increasing! head of pure-blooded Jerseys for borneuse these questions for themselves.Thl .

come to their greatest perfection 2. Kerosene actually. produce more the quality and fertility of the soiL and I find no trouble: in selling. 'meeting will be held, Jan. 9' to

on the ordinary sandy loam com- BEETLE. power than gasoline. 'A gallon of gasoline So carefully and painstakingly has I tw -year-01d heifers at $200.;; I9, Ill?. *.

mon throughout the."citrus 'section of "There !i. a brown-striped bug: doing weighs 6.18 pounds, :whHe a gallon this been done that it; I.i conservatively -; "Referring to the )hay crop" he con- '

central and southern Florida. The cbnaidgrable damage In my. potato of kerosene ,weighs 6.8 pounds. estimated that,the cost of bringing tinued, "I, raise, around 880 tons of .O . . . O..1

Satsuma 1 II rai.ed' commercially almost field. What shall I do?" They contain'th, same number of heat 100 acres of this farm up,to Its present hay each year, ,As stated before, most I =

exclusively in the northern and Answer: It is hard to advise ex units per pound namely 19,999. state of productivity has averaged of this is turned back Into the soil .PINEOLA :: '
of kerosene would |GOO and the rest of the .. ,
western part of the'State.BLUESTONE. actly without more definite information. Therefore a gallon per acre, for humus cutting ,only what' the .
Probably the "bug" is a blister develop 11,780 more heat units thana acreage at a''' cost of 2260 per acre. stock require. At times fall some to EIMESTONE. I

beetle and can be killed by arsenateof gallon-of gasoline and consequently To.some, these figures may.seem high; my neighbors-to help out their short- GROUND t ,

.Which' do consider the best lead paste mixed 8 to 5 pounds' to5u produce more power; but when the net profit. per acre are age. I am not in the hay market, and 1. Pur it, 'Dryesta and'." '', ','
you 8. Kerosene Is safer to than given it will be this '
handle that
( gallons of water. Use the greater seen costis do not,care to be. It'is worth more Ch.ap..t. '' % t .

Milestone-the granulated is the best or. the time pulverUedT to strength if the insects are numerous gasoline. This is because gasoline: far below its worth. >' me as a soil builder .than :it is a* + STATE CHEMISTS"ANALYSIS+' d

When a* they will then /get their death dose. evaporates a great deal more easily Carrying out the scheme of progressive ." 0 Carbonate of Lime 97.78 percent .+ Y"
apply? sooner. than kerosene and, therefore offers farmingthere has been installed -ltc _
0 Moisture __.____-. 2.00 per cent OO
There difference between
Answer: is no Whether this is blister baettte' more danger from an exolosfonu on a greater part of, the farm
a or
The ..._ ._ 0
''I and bule 1 -- shipping season commences: on Sand .-i, 0.Epercent. yr
n; ? granulted" that pulverized the '!not; the arsenate lead will kll) it, 4. Oil refineries are facing a short a_.perfect system of overhead. \: the :farmabout.Nov, 1. and., >na'lvea! 0_ '.' '..;....;.;:.0; 11: ..;4'.
stone excepting pulverized iftt i i. a leaf-chewing insect. You I age in the production of gasoline.The tion known as the "Skinner ler-1 of the volume of produce sent out 1* "We self,DIRECT td'1armen w "* a,

bluestone. is finer and therefore can tell this by Its mouth part. If it I supply fcas not increased in the To those who are unfamiliar with from this alone may be.gained > and other growers) .finely ground O

a will be more. quickly avail- has "jaws," it eats the leaves; if it same proportion as the demand, whichis it may be explained that by when it is stated that limestone. ..'
an averageof Its : *
able. Bluestone may be applied at ha* a long: "bill": or ""sucker" it puts plainly 'shown by, the increase in meant a system of overhead galvanized 250 cars of vegetables.are shipped :, analysis is/HIGHER'than, :
> south of Mason-Dlxon line. 0
r season of the year but you will .. .any I
any the point through the outsidttvue price. water pipes supported at proper during the '
season. 0 in
We warehouse +
? see effects more quickly when its ap- and gets the nourishment from the The price of gasoline may drop butit intervals, and placed fifty feet apart The success of the '"Davis farm"is several'keep hundred ton our of ground' ,O. rx

r plication is followed by a rainy season inside and poison has no effect whatever is not probable that I it ever will be 'i'over the fields. These pipes have an ocular and financial demonstration !4 DRY limestone-which a..area" a'

and a growing period simply because on it. Sucking insects are much relatively as cheap as kerosene. I'| small holes alongtheir entire length : of what brains and work can do, prompt shipments.We .. '",',.
S it becomes dissolved more quickly in 0 will SAVE you the middleman' -..* {
more difficult to control. Black-leaf Temperature should be kept 40 to which are inserted brass nozzles and is conclusive and refutation .
a complete
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and ab *
when there is plenty of moisture in 40, mixed at the rate of 1 pound to 48 deg'l"eell.All: meats weighing less I I and when the water is turned into the that- Florida "sand" I. "worth- solutely* the profit best limestone give you onO '+, r

the ground and Is taken up more rapIdly 100 gallons of water or even a little than 15 pounds to the piece will cure pipes, under pressure th* result i ita less and "not equal to the value ofa the market. ;::!'?*

ti during a growing period. stronger than this would' be the best in 30 days. Pieces weighing from 15 that of a soft, Continuous shower over postage stamp. When you come to Our new ,machinery guarantee.'*,'. ,I1,

thing you could use. When using to 25 pounds will take'45 days, and 40 i the plants as long as Is required. The Florida this winter over the Dixie .the. finest ground! limestonev" ,. .

SPROUTS ON YOUNG TREES. any kind of a tobacco spray the wa- pounds will take 60 day: 'I'coat of this system all parts included highway stop and see the best farm Plneola I Lim.. "Company':, .

f "I see you advocate leaving sproutson ter should be "broken" with soap be- If temperature is above 50 degrees I will average dose to $350 per acre at from Detroit 'to Miami; ,the farm *. '6FF1CE In Bank of Orange "f

" young trees. I hare been advised fore putting in the tobacco solution. ice should be put in storage four or present prices for piping and engines. where brain and fertiliser'mixed produce *,Building. Orlando Fla.' .

Py;1;' differently and would like your rea This generally take about 2 poundsto five days before meat is put in, to I In addition to this system of irrigation results; the farm of the "Florida 0 FACTORY at 1'ineola,' Fla.. > .

,,,1 sons." each 50 gallons, but more or less bring it down to 45 degrees. If tem- which is an insurance against Cracker" who has led the way in progressive .0000....... . .. . .. .. ... e4A

?} Answer: We"do: most strongly advocate is applied according to the hardness perature is 40 degrees or less Ice and drouth,, there has been Installed on and Intelligent handling of /

"r\ e leaving all sprouts which appear of the water. meat can be put in together. Temper- most of the farm a model system of Florida soils' and who has,,blazed the ;1'p

I above the "bud on young trees. ature of meat when put in governs to I sub-drainage by means of three-Inch way for others to follow; the finest

. Most of these sprouts get to be only COUNTY'SACRICULTURIAD great extent amount of ice required.One clay" tiling, which: not only takes care farm on the Dixlehfghway, bar none. ; d'
say five or six inches long. Where BEACH important feature is to have ven- lof surplus rainfall; but serves to aer ,, . :J

:, one shows a tendency to, grow ten or. tilated door to give meat fresh'air ate the soil thoroughly thus allowingthe The Street of Amsterdam.

' twelve Inches long the end should be AGENTR. when outside temperature i* 40 ge* beneficial bacteria, so necessary to .,..
J'ji Am.ierdam. in Holland of ,
a city ,
.. nipped, which will .stop eta growth. grees or lower. plant life, to develop, and propagate. -' "
This Js. Nature's own way fo> protecting N. Wilson, .entomological'as M The cost of this system will!! ten miles in! ;circumference, i* mostly i ESPEaALLY AbAPtm :4k .
, charge of the Florida field 'station i built on pile driven in the sandy subsoil -
trunk of "tree and also for nat in 'CITRU CANKER7N mate $100 :aeN.
the the NO $ FLA; pe ; 'approxl-1 :>
States Bureau of : but the Gowin&f'the tide and,.iupply.,.c-f' Entomologyi: appointed dem- (Continued From Page'One. the,debris of the Amstel river have For Yout4 i
ach and lung*" for,the assimilation of has'been_ : ) ,I farming, and on.every acre sys : ,, '
onstration agent for Palm Beach 'I Made ninety islands, and the city ha
the materiaL 'The taints'practiced. While
plant-food young almost
county. Mr.JWllson'has been.with the satisfactorily especially" the com every more canals; than streets; 'The wateryways :Stat tt 1
baveIutfidenttop'forIts ,
tree, doe*, not : \ and mercially"", Important'oranp and knowncrop' is.produced on the .farm, .t, [,t
than'five pre bj"Qnr 800
Bureau for more yean traversed
needs; and it 1 Is particularly lackingin grapefrult"reglona. '' there are what i* known a* "principalcrops ; :
Utah California Arizona : although the authorities that Amsterdam ha 11'
In ,
The'trunk hai worked' bridges, so earned
shade for.the trunk..: and these are featured. These !
and He has been in say that'no official statement : the l of Venice of
designation the
'need a shade very'much' hlore'thaft Virginia. I eradication' e nsi.t'of'lettuce, cabbage;English ,. ; Z "' ]I __.
regarding ..complete' .I
? doing' work North; .
Florida about two years < .
._ .. the trunk O&JMI older, tree C; btlcause'ofIta. ' of the disease can be expectedtor at. peas, beans, egg plant, potatoes : n '. f '
insects He .
being so uender and also of,tender on f roage crop the Colorado' Agricultural was two yean! . (both, Irisband. : ,w ,-and'-, pepper cw'I: : I !"V.--' lidrti'4diva"CaE.lipeltd ; ,
from . , ,
tissue makingespecially( susceptible In Texas Louisiana Alabama and The scheme of cropping followed i* :
' ; "What,do think? That policewoman .. W4..dJ7rrb Lkt
to drying oat and burning. Its scanty College.He this: In .the fall the first:cropa' are you ,. ,J .
the 'work has been I
\ with condition In Mississippi more and : *
'' top affords U vary much less shade is familiar lettuce and" English pea, followed by tried to kiss me, then ..
and his experience in the difficult from the beginning; because when r declined she arre.teilJA." ;
.J than the top of an older tree so that Florida eggplant ..andpeppers... Sometimesthe : '. SEND.'OR..Jl. -
of the scattered character of the
further more
of the State "Arrested I On what ?
youl charge
it I. doubly needfuL:, These sproutsdo southern part: interest plan i* varied by planting Irish THEM .TODAYJACKSONV4LLE. '' f'f;
plantings and the. smaller in
Palm Beach :
his services to Resisting; officer. New York .
enhance an '
but eventually .
not form branches, potatoes to follow the lettuce and
the due to the
1 work since matter comparativelylow
His training and World.
die out as the tree develops. Instead county. commercial value of the citrus peas. Tomatoes are the main spring m lt
fitted him for S )
9, of taking >from the growth.of the top he left colloge work. ; planting as compared with other agricultural crop followed by sweet potatoes of Visiting: cards,printed by the Valley '>!

they add to that growth by properly demonstration He has been stationed at the University developments of those which Mr. Davis has made a specialtyand Gazette Job Department. : .'*FUL, f;
: protecting the trunk and by givingto States. a reputation. The summer trope
Florida since he came to
\ the tree that much more green sur- Texas-and Louisiana Worst Section' are corn, velvet beans and cowpeas. rf,

d face for plant-food assimilation. the State. The extreme, infectiousness of the As a rule only sufficient corn is railed -

to feed the stock, and some of the
disease; however makes its -
, velvet beans and cowpeas are cut for LIEIi"
important even In sections (as in FERTI
i Texas) where citrus trees are grown hay for the same purpose. The bal-

iJ ij merely as hedges or as ornamentaltrees. ance soil. 1s turned under to benefit the _

j Even in these States the pro ,
Many of those who interestedIn p
gress appears to be encouraging; and 4 ,
Florida and her products are desirous t
, if no further unusual drawbacks, suchas 1
of knowing the eo t Of production
the sever tropical storms of the a*
. + .' r & ., present year which caused unexpect- ot" the various crops/Ti is question
was carefully looked into jmd the sy
edly wide distribution of canker: in

some areas, are encountered, the disease figures here given were verified arid
TankageBlood may be accepted as reliable and con- '
will be effectively checked. .
South servative. We will let Mr. Davis tell I
Carolina Georgia Alabama
( and Bone) it in his own words: .
and Mississippi should have but a The Old Fashioned Kind
very small percentage of infected "I have kept, close tab on all theexpen.e. .
Guarantee Analysts food i ill of the farm," said Mr. Davis.
lasts well; and
Ammonia..................657 the finest known soil trees at the close of the present fiscal "Each year I carefully note the cost and : t
ToalY.d.. ,. H'.. Real Blood( Bone
year.While of production and the net profits from ,
Pure ftiamtd bonecooked a material reduction in the
l fresh from the As "Blood .& Bone" quantity of Infection has been effected each crop per acre. The following
cutting tables supplies .Armour :TanLage. bus 1n Louisiana, the eradication of the figures will be found as the average (NOT TANKAGE) " '
i the phosphoric acid been familiar to every cost and net figures of the principal
The grower for over 30 years disease from that State and Texas t' :
shown above. am- '
crops given. These figures cover ev- : Grows good Enriches ,
monia is from blood inmore than 100,000 tonsa apparently will be very difficult and crops ,
fresh beef scraps that are have actually been: used. ; I will require a greater length of time. ery Item of production and cost deli and I sweetens the soiL We t
thoroughly! .ancook Many growers, who ered to car. We have our. own packIng -

ed with the bone. temporarily prefer no- Antiseptic Spray Aid Greatly. , house but the figiires of the coat have the real thing. Some- 1
Supplemental protective measures
.4awr is potash good. sre-wisely are kept just as accurately as if we ari3 '
rTankage a turning again! to this such as forma ln treatment of infected made from Dried Blood

superiorstrictly pure! standard material ,of unquestioned soil and protective spraying of had the packing done by someone else. Ground Bone. Don'toverlook t
product, prepared with cropmakingvalue. : "I find that the cost '1.0 produce let- e Home '
_. scientific accuracy by especially groves exposed to infection are mi turf f. b he cbntinued this when
'p.- per acre o. car. .figuring I
; developed, CAre- terially hastening the wotk pf eradication -
fully controlled proGet prices from our through'destruction Of diseased "will average $100; eggplant on fall requirements. ,-
cesses. It Is rich in nearest Agent and write ui'and ssIngth/.eumher of $75;" English peas $20;' peppers $75. your
available'selurel. plaat us for sample and leaflet. .secondary outbreak.: Even I II.he.\ 'and tomatoes,, $100. This high coat 4'
bn: tomatoes .U due to the method of )IAnI''; AND AOMf' OILY BY '
'wb eankti outbreak
few place te'citrua
.1 Armour Fertilizer Works cultivation and handling, all .
: as my .
have occurred commercial
in !
Wlhcn I TooracrFcrfilizer
ac1l:8onF1": 'districts and in old trees' it appear plant are ataked. Many of our farmer ,....

t tea. "" ; ,the do not stake their: turu&toia, but '. '' :: ?
poeslbls to radicate 'disease : ._ .UiU.c ot n>KAI JI'BU' Oci$ y
t ha that thin -
experience proved to me '- '- "

Ai ", 'J//' '.' t '''1 ,,,",, a4ntvta'.twF., rKwrI promptly. :and.effectively.. i* the best,method. bl.arL: and;I eons I -.*.', HwOessi-. 'tm" F..rtnleer. Mateslaia, "'rt.y.ui'' kd'* _c ? f
(r ; "" ,; tinneit.. TW* (S7' as t iMeetlcUlesv:..' ,;
I'' ;". "' i': ;; I Geeel "Tree-Peer Crop. 4 .... ', 9"' .. h
r"', ,. nk.otmr famUjUa ' eprofttaw has went *. you
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pi ltz is. ."The tree seem to be all right, but Remember thi l it'look U .*. .> cost and *takt out x'I 4
a* the erop is a faUare.ii expense ,: "eeryitetn"orW ,
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1l( te From Our Readers 1 ;STATiNEWSRed .e: >THE' EVIL'OF -OVERWORK- ..*

" Wing II" will be the name of 044./1..4 > 004/ *

a speedy craft, the keel of which was
,, We frequently hear the statement
laid at the Florida
'WooJall Warn* Dcmocratt and true to his Ideals, Brother Davis BoatbnildingCompany's quoted that Edison can work eighteen,
Machine.Xlsslmmee was a.fine example of American man. works at L'eesburs twoaco. V V, La.
9 Against
hours a da7' harm to himself
hood. weeks /. K. Sheldon wlutut
Fls& Nor, 28. ; 0.1' "Jack" t
or diminishing his etndenC ". Mr. .
To.'thi Valley Gazettes selfish, and progressive,' these were Sheldon,. as he is known among the ) Edj-
cardinal points' his character.- Nan son Is a conspicuous exception. ,He I ii
I take oft my hat to the nntorrlfied speed men of the northern waters, designed
sod Invincible Democrat of Florida row-minded prejudice'' could hold no and superintended the building a remarkable man, mentally and physically : "Buckeye' Trees Are Makta

specially to those in Xsceola- county part in his philanthropic work. Deceit of the original Red Wing, which went -else ,he could not have for

ft"F + for standing by the right at they MWrthe ; hypocrisy, or vain dogmas could. alone on a secret panties mission to years robbed himself of rest and sleep, Good All Over: Florida Son"Tbc.sbe.t
not flourish in his .
company.He the Bahama Islands and he is and stuck through extra hoars to the fad
right. duplicating' n-e. I. teen earsu grewtag ..... v.a .ace
fi It seems that the real Democrats endeavored to ascertain the best the original with only one arduous work he was doing without ...... .... are ...__101. ._r .r __-'78.e.rttr. The d

of Florida hare won out all over the traits in a man's character, and thento change. The gun plate carried by the hnparing hie. hearth, his mental __ are _.._......... .._.... ......a.. 71y bear laega .
foster them. of trmtt that MU at st* s rc .
a State.I It shows what the people can original! for mounting' its rapid firer strength' and his general all-'round yields A e...._ wrltMi "! get between SWO ..* TSO CoN- fesr< 7 a l +
do when they set their heads to do He.practlced that which, he preached will not be included in Red Wing II. capacity for doing, things." !.** ......8'.7. >I have ..... area tr..*. sae better .r .srr.w a.*., laof l; ii iispit.
-the great Fraternity of Man, governed Where there Is successful the .rren ...... I. rr rMeels.e/aea. Otbee ._ ..... mt
: a thing. S one man >.. the cannot _...... with tn-" .
\- Ordinarily we are bound by certain by a Supreme Being. A fact that shows Miami's recent like Edison, who pays no attention to Oar Ire* catalog tell nil ....! ear ..tacvy Bmeta..., _*-.*-.r. I la ',

'".ft.? 'rules, but this time some rules were This old world Is always improved rapid growth to much advantage isthat' the ordinary demands the physical, service, .. -* lrtlon, (..alltr, _It.. s rlB ., ...... It artotln la the. .......Jr...r.aloIlDMoL ,
when such ( B. Davisare ttrma-OTltvr. far ravrr
thrown aside in order to rebuke a I I men as Hyman at the present time there are there are thousands who mingle their crplet..e.rre ea tech .
t loses S SeaS far rear rep ? 'r
and it much when
born they
/wrong.d more telephones and electric' light work recreation and who take .111& Ba.1I:
R '
; The State Supreme Court's decision' are called to rest. meters in operation there than there their full share of rest. Rockefeller BUCKEYE NURSERIES :,. ...... %z: .. F'.. qrt. t
but not inv Brother Davis died in the performance in in.the days when he his III, GILLBTT.! I). C. GILLETT !
if is final In all litigation- I were the height' of the tourist season was piling up .
his L. Escl..Iver citrus NmncHea 1. the 'v.. *
of what he considered duty. rpst
.i naming: a candidate to fill some office. last year. colossal fortune, slept a half hour after
members have r Against the advice 'of his physicianshe lunch This '11
In that the court's no every day. impossible -
', rights, that we are bound to respect. I was making a speaking tour of our The last emi-annual report 'of of course, to the ordinary work-
d of Florida Eastern States in behalf of the L. O. Baker ing but he make for BROKAW Salesman
p What the real Democrats county's educational assets and man, can up the W. H.

need now is reorganization all over i/|0. M. liabilities shows $6,552.18 cash and loss of this midday rest by getting, his I ,

the State. We must get our forces ]I I' His ambition was to see the order credit assets and $6,535.28 liabilities full quota of sleep at night.A I Watkins Block

'- together. For the battle has just grow to the number of 1,000,000 by $16.98 balance in favor of absets. Besides recent writer compresses a worldof ORLANDO, : \ : : : FLORIDA ,

,gun be-I the end of the year 1917, threeby which the county's school property good advice in the following", which | ,
If we sit down now and be satis I bringing Into the treasury of Moose- is valued at $23,945. bears directly upon this subject: -- ----- --- --- -- -- .
; .
ftf '" fled with what we have done, we will 1:.1'ieart, $1,000,000 available capital to Sunday work does not pay. Night ing cattle in the South is one of' the vF

\ ';.''i lose what we have gained. {;!forward the most philanthropic work After a temporary cessation of act work. does not pay. An occasional ball ADVANTAGES OF FLORIDA greatest of these opportunities. Will

1.); ,, The machine politicians and the machine for the benefit of orphan children the ive work on Broward Boulevard, the game-even on a terribly busy day- we be prepared to grasp the opportunity '

,. newspapers, or most of them, I world has ever known.He road to the beach across from Fort does pay. An occasional day or half- FOR CATTLE RAISING atthe, end of this big, sturggle., c

i'' are saying, everybody should join passed away at his home In Lauderdale, construction work has day in bed does pay. To get too tired, Cattle raising by itself will take

% hands'and forget the "family row" .Clevelind, Ohio, among those near been resumed and is being rapidly no matter what the circumstances, is > from two to three years to begin pay-

;"2/i- and work for the upbuilding, of the and dear to him, to whom we extend pushed forward, so that at an early I always a mistake. When you come to Cattle raising ,in the far West and lag, dividends. Fortunately however
North is handsomely. Why
Nl'' State. :That: j l. a fine sentiment, and our heartfelt sympathy.. date Fort Lauderdale citizen will'en the point>> when you don't tingle with : paying in this section it goes, hand in band
; able cattlo
"I.. r.v ry'goodtitisen'outht to endorse it Peace' rest with his a.h.,-and may joy convenient access, to the Atlantic"beach. anticipation/ on the'TVSjr down "to the should .raise with hog t'aI.lrahd diversified-farm- -
his mantle of philanthropy fall and office there's more cheaply than the South T They ing. This method of farming hero
'I k ry. -if it is said in good faith. It took I}I something the matter
.... them a long, time to find out it is rest upon the shoulders of Brother !with you or the job. Probably with cannot. The West and North have will pay from the start and pay well
I I 'ohn W. Ford, vice dictator now act- I only a limited number of dayi in invested. We do not
for dollar
a "family row." Application has been made for a., you. If it's just tiredness, find someway I which cattle feed in the every W
, I certainly am willing to Join hands :ing supereme dictator, of Philadelphia, charter to incorporate the Agricultural to get rested, even if it means a : can open. have to depend upon large ranges for
< Their winters are hard on man and "
with anybody in upbuilding Kissim- Penn. H. E. 8. Association of Southeastern ]temporary break. To" go spells inefficiency beast How about the South T Thereare food for our cattle. Limited acreage

and Osceola county and Florida.] Florida. The general object of the, and future trouble.-Tampa for pasture coupled with fields whore ,

!d1. 5Just the same, real Democrats ought LIVESTOCK MEETING AT corporation will be for scientific Tribune. but down few here days will that not the furnish open abun-pasture grain and hay and other feeds are '

to keep a "weather eye" on that old study of agriculture, horticulture, pro- dant nourishment for the growing raised more cheaply than in any oth-
machine crowd and that those motion and THICK, GLOSSY IIAIR er section of the country, will enablea 1
;4 ;, see GAINESVILLE JAN. 16-19 general welfare of school,
FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls cattle, and the housing of them dur-
cattle be
maximum number of to
gangsters don't stick a knife into our I home and all related subjects of interest -
a ing the few days that they are not out
ribs while we are joining hands andworking Since the Texas fever tick is the in that section of the State. Try itl! Hair Gets soft, ftuffy in the fields is but a small item. They kept on a minimum number of acres
of land. We have all learned that
o .;, to.upbuild. They are notdoing greatest enemy to cattle productionin and beautiful-Get a 25 cent thrive here better than in the colder
i to liedown and "dead." Work is this is an ago of turning out raw ma-- '
play in
fi. Florida, it will receive a great deal progressing earnest on climates, and feeds for fattening and
'' 'They, or many of them, are going to of attention at the live-stock meetingat Dade county's portico of the Tamiami If you bottle for of Danderinr.heavy hair that : finishing, them off for market are tonal into the manufactured state before -

;t- be busy all the time trying to 'keep the University of Florida, Gainesville Trail. The big diaper dredge has been glistens with care beauty and it radiant I moro easily raised here than in the putting it on the market. Use

r. Governor Catts and his supporters Jan. IS to 19, inclusvie. completed, a crew for it with life; has an incomparably soft j colder, climates. From one to three hogs and cattle as manufacturing

from putting, through any really good Methods of eradication are upper and is working now organized'i ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try crops yearly on the same land can be plants for finishing food crops for

t't y measures for the beneflt..of the State most in the minds of most stockmen. onto the road-bed of the long highway Danderine.Just one acplication doubles the raised here plentifully nnd profitably. market. Sell your corn, hay,, grain

and the people. The corporations and Plane for the campaign will be dis across the Florida Everglades. It has I beauty of your hair, besides it Immediately There has been in the past one great. peanuts and potatoes through your r

other such truck come first with that cussed. The; life history of the insect been estimated the the highway will dissolves every particle of drawback to cattle raising in this sec cow.,and your hogs.
; machine crowd, stretch out the dandruff. You can not have nice
will be given. across virgin land at
tionthe tick. Thanks
heavy, healthy hair if you have dand to our Stato; SOUR. ACID STOMACHS, .
Governor Catty and his administration the rate of a mile week.
Few farmers realize'the toll
they authorities this is in of
I ruff. This destructive scurf robs the pest process GASES OR
should have the full support of pay the tick In animals, blood and -, hair of its lustre, its Strength and its elimination. INDIGESTIQ
:;all citisens who want better condi- That $16,000 can be realized life, and if not it
feed. The annual'price for entertaining by very overcome produces What will conditions be when the Each "Pape'
I ,h,' Florida. ,H seems1 to be citrus I a feverishness and lt hir." of Diapepsln" dlfelte.
ltions a the pest is enormous. These and fruit growers in Pinellas county |the scalp the hair famish,loosen struggle across the waters I la ended? 3,000 grains food )
CN broad-minded man and not one who other subjects incident to eradication from culls alone, is the estimate of I and ;die; ben: roots the hair falls out Where i I. that vast population to get, stomach misery lit five

/will. do anything.. for spite. will receiva attention at the meeting., the Florida Products Company, whichis fast Surely get a 25-oont bottle of cattle for restocking, the farm T They minutes. "

He had my support such as It was, Some of the best tick-eradication in the market for 80,000 boxes of Knowlton'. Danderine from any drugstore are using every animal that can be Time>ltl Jn five minutes .11 stomach -

:forltworeasons; :. First, I was ,eon- authorities in the United States have cull fruit. and Just try 1C turned into food for the men in the distresswill go. No indigestion: .
'' winced that he was the primary, nominee beerr for the heartburn! sourness or belching oil
promised meeting. Everybody Why the.Head of a Lion. trenches. Notice\ the vast quantity of
:qy r fair and square. Second. I don't' who I. interested in the ag- Nassau county, Florida, has joined A custom there i* In mosf parts of meat this country is now furnishing gas food,,acidj no dizziness irritation, bloating of undigested", foul !\

boiler there 1. a" man in all Florida' ricultural development of the State Charlton county, Georgia, in award- Europe to adorn aqueducts, iponts and i I,to the foreign countries with trade breath headache. |

c who will fill the Governor's.chair with 1 is.urged to attend the sessions' ing a contract to build a bridge, acres cisterns with: lions'- heads which, [restricted as it is. No country, virtually Papa's Dlspeosin is noted for its

-d more I hOllor'to..hlmselt and the' State' the St., Mary's river .t Koler's Ferry 1 though, no illaudabla,, ornament; Is of can'now, get 'our meat except It speed regulating upset stomachs.
than will,,Mr, Catts. This will eliminate the ferry the is the surest quickest' stomach
on an Egyptian genealogy who where is
27,172 MORE SQUARE practiced England willing. When the :rtsmedy in the .whole world and be
I- have no hard words .nor any,hard Dixie Highway central J'Oute.The the same'under' sides it is '
) symbolical l illation. entire world can come' into our ports harmless. Put an end to- .
a ,feeltegs for those who:alnc rel,'supported new" bridge will be.-of steel, abty. feet For because the sun being in Leo the and buy meat, how great I. going* to stomach trouble .forever' by getting a. .

Mr.Xnott. They have my 're MILES FREE OF TICKS long. flood of Nilus was at the full and water be the ,demand for ItT ,"War is hell." I sin large from fifty-cent case of Pipe's Diape !.
able'to any drug stores You l .
repeat( They simply were not
To Cure Cold In became conveyed Into every part*]ifcjs: true but even this great curse ize in five minutes how needless.real"tJi. ( ,.
...)h. ) a One Day
I In its
: situation proper light.'For'those'who WASHINGTON D. ,
; C..Nov. 29.-
T.k.LAXATIVE BROMO Qnlsla It Hop the they made the spout of their aqueducts Is forcing upon us opportunities that, to suffer: from indigestion, ,. ''.
knew he was .wVong A total of 27,1727 miles com- barb and or any stomach disorder. It is the'k'
square ,Hradach aDd work* od the Cold. through the head of a HOIL-Sir if taken advantage of will mean un-
and "supported him""th" fu- prising the whole or parts of forty- DnI'P.t. "*'a.d money If It fail to c.r.; ,, quickest surest and most harmless-*
I'' "!".'t E. w. GKOVB'8 llcnttor on each boa. 25c. Thomas Browne, "Vulgar Errors. looked for profit and ,auccess. Rais stomach doctor in the world. i
,k: taro will punish them .if their conscience five counties in Alabama, Arkansas,

41. ,+. does not. now. Georgia, Mississippi, and Texas, will
44' G. B. WOODALLGosspers be released from cattle-tick quaran-

,,;f tine Dec. 11, by an order recently -

.tit ,'R.bule.s signed by the federal Secretary of

),}.. Agriculture. It will make the total
Kisslmmee, Fl-, Nov. 27. ,-
';,; ..To the Valley Gazette: area of released territory 309,186
' miles. The
square area originally ,
I .wish something could be done to
\ check the ugly gossiping in our city, quarantined in 1906, was 728,543

It I. a serious detriment for our new- square miles. Territory to be released AeN/omobtics/ '
Dec. 11 in the five States comprises:
corners to Alabama-The entire counties of
Insinuation about
j their new neighbors.
Bullock, Colbert, Crenshaw, Elmore,
Why not change the old motto from I
t; "cherches l'femme" to "cberehezl'homme"1 Jefferson, Lee, Macon, Morgan, Pick-

If "\ ens, Pike, Tallapoosa, Tuscaloosa and
f. a woman accused of
Walker also remainder of ..
; quarantined -
'' then
'wrong-doing, name the man also
_for be is equally guilty. area Ih Henry, Jackson, and Sum- Which = r K
ter counties; 10,976 square miles. *isf
If wrongfully accused, a MAN will
j; 'quickly take steps to clear his name!, Arkansas Entire counties of

and in so doing, he will clea*an Inno- Franklin, Johnson, Eogan, and Searcy; Do You
also .
cent woman and save her untold suffering quarantined area '\i!,
In Sharp county also of Inde- '.
; part
and at the
; same- me he will -
l' make it dangerous for malicious\ gossip pendence and Sebastian counties; 3- Prefer ?
364 square miles. .
to, spread.
f" Georgia-Entire counties of Lin-
+ '- Let US all fight for the truth-to ,
;build up, and not tear down. coln, Oglethorpe, and Washington;
vV:*. A WOMAN. also remainder of.quarantined area of

f' '$ -- ''I Lumpkin lBllppl-Entire county; 1,694 equal counties miles.of Pullman or Freight ? f

(.I ,i /n Afemoriamoiw Amite, Carroll], Forrest, Lee, Neshoba, ,

.;. ) .On Nov 11 there passed from this Pike, Sunflower, Tallahatchie, Tippah, No one vroulcLthink of riding in a Many manufacturers still continue

transitory life to the life eternal, Union, and Walthall; 6,814 square freight car if he could enjoy the to use them.
there to receive his reward for miles.: .
goodworks comfort of comfortable The Overland does not. The 75 B
achieved on Earth, Hyman B.I Texas-Entire cuonties of Archer, a big, easy ,

Davis, Supreme Dictator of the Loyal Baylor, Clay, Nolan, and Wichita; also riding Pullman parlor car. Overland has the latest type of

Order of Moose. part of Shackelford and Throckmor- cantilever' shock absorbing

a. Words fail to adequately express ton counties; 5,242 square miles. So with automobiles. Most of'thepopular "
springs. As a result it is of
;' our sorrow that this noble man has one

been. called away from hi. great Opposed to BUlpostlng. priced cars ride like the easiest riding cars in the world. .

.earthly usefulness Just in the prime of Mr. Hardup: "There is one sign freight cars. This: is due to the One demonstration will this.
Gr life, he being? but 42 year of age. that should be placed over every letter prove
":""Truly/;.* we'reflect, we realise box in the city." old fashioned type of spring. $635 f. o. b. Toledo.

,; God's),ways are not our ways, but are Mr. Lummox: "What is that?" /

L., 'lmmea.usably beyond >our ken and Mr., HarduBl 'Poetno bills,-EX.. 8-12 POSSIEL AYE. J. J. .G III F ..1 INDealecjoir KISSIMMEE ;

; although,.. bow:,to',God'. enevitablev -- 114. '; FLA., f
.', ? II,'It is'-with sorrow we contemplate Lsx-TM,A.... ETTscnV Uuttw A Urn Teats. TeUpae.o. A

"'tko loss, the L, O.O.; 'M; has sustained la Oess addition lilt' Wat to other ass Dist b tf........ ., \ ThoWOlys-OverUndCompW;Toledo,Ohio -43
'. ,;:;,more. particularly""Mooseheart acceptable fora: I't... -........ !'-8.A.'f ,
1{ *.1') oose>. home.for orphans, where sthnalatIagL.ratln: oedc* Lax-Pos a ,.; ", ,...I _

tosjsher Davis bat tone:"rof .the' most acts effectively and doe, rot gripe Mr .
.:,Asuiest workers.; dl.lmbstomach. At the sasse time it aid \ ', .. . ', .''J.' t..,. ,. .'. .::
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. .. ,percejat.are perforating:her ,arduousduUe*, ... )'ear.:. It 1. .tbei.Eors ......... that. *a4-rqulreaV:t->.._.-..-ekes mfl'wt'Com. .".
1 nonresident. defendant be and are plaint filed In aid cause on or 1 '.C
jt per .cent'are limes leader,tot the..organlied! feminine..lungwork hereby required to appearto b-- bIll la* Rule. D. I'Tr.1'
? :J .*total 'citru*" 0 ,ame. of complaint'' tiled -In said cause on or same being the first day of said "'lhl'otherwl.
crop & before Monday. the 1st'day of January .. the. 11.gatlons' 01 said
Practical ECOnOmY .1 percentage probably ,Some. of the girl are talking abouorganizing ,; A. IAIPlY, otherwise, the allegations of will b. taken .. confessed br said r.Spondents. .. \ '
v said bill will be taken confessed ,
a* br It I. further ord.r"' tba.
r j ., : 76.7grap.fult; 23$ a football:team from 'their said defendant this 'ordor bd published once a week
.- ",\ # ., VBaidng -" !.It /.03. 1he: number ,and beatlrig'our'Cowboys'in; It'' I I. further ordered that this order for elarhtt (I) oonsvcntlva week In the ,.
I pereent-I b, published once a week) for four con- Klssimmee$ Valley Oasette, m new spa* L' ..
powders made. from' alum ,or.phosphate 1" ... !14.8,25; and OX a game or two., They say it ought tobe aecutlve. weeks Inr the :Klaalmmee Valley per published In said County 'of Oecola. .-
Oamette. a newspaper published la Stat. of Florida.1 and or general!
'may be bought for a' trifle .less : boxes of ,oranges easy*. ,tl l ,, said eounty and State. r i clroulatlan In said Count,''.' Wltnew !J,
'Fred.Bass Thin' November llth, 114. < the Honorable fame W. Perklna
q at 1.64; grape: would better tie his Capricorn (Ct.' J. U VICRSTREET.J. Judir. of aald Court
than Royal Baking Powder, which is made of normal yield, at'home In, the wood shed and / Clerk Circuit'Cour Clerk thereof, and: hDfTra1n.1; :7

.from:cream of.'tartar, .derived .from grapes. vcly.; t not take, the1 animal to the football Bryan. Solicitor A for Pledrcr Complainant., .41-ft. of the November.said Circuit A.Court D. 1910.this -the' 1st oar ..

ai/ ** .\ boxes: of. brangos field.' Hi goaUhip 'butt 'loose too : (Ct.. Ct. Seal3.. L OVKHBTRBIBT. .
1 ;\ ,,,, .- .. NOTIC w, Clerk of Circuit Court.
_ Alum powders':are not only cheap butthey ; 'par' tree; grape easily. The Board' of County Commlailonera .Tohnston Qarrett Solloitors far

gfd Oaoeola County. Fofida.will receive Complainant. ,, _, 4.-.4
differ greatly in leavening ) &,. of normal yield, .' + to 10 A, M.. Deo.: llth HI6.
power.If brlct.
"RED" on cement. gravel and sand auf- IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8KVentb -
DAVIS OF SANFORD HER. nolent fo construct IS miles'of road I Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and' ..
a cheap baking powder Is used' for a of 5 per cent In ALD SAYS i ft. wide, brick laid flat and curbing- to for Osceola County, In Chancery. C. - b.> Iftx Inches; bid will be received W. Johnson, complainant, vs. L. K.
fine' cake and the cake turns out failure 8 per cent in Klssimmee made five touchdownsand on> all of above material, or on .any Park; H. L. Warthan Mrs. A V; pick ';.
t, a part.The. ren and l. PIckren her husband; L. B .
1 per cent times kicked two goal*. The first score Board reservea the right to accept Pooaer; L. Plckren (also known. aa I..,
ti there is a waste of costly materials worth : or all bid. Addreaaall D.. (urabam ,
last season. cam. from a beautiful pats, and the reject any or Calvin Buckela and John ,.
bid* to F. Headley. a* former co-partners do.
I more than a whole can of the cheap bakIng of orange trees, second was made on the same play, J. I* OVERSTRKET. Clerk.Kiesimmee. Ina business under the. firm name of
Fla. Bucket at
Headier and as Indiyldualut
are of the and were mfde! in exactly thirteen and William .Boawelli, and all persons

powder. I : per cent I year; minutes and came in the first quarter. NOTICB. I claiming deceased, Interests under J. B. Mlmmona, .
The Board of County Commissioner, : or otherwise. Respondents
r Royal Baking Powder produces the \ .; 10.2 per'cent, 4 Through the clever: work of G. W. of Osceola County Floridawill receive Bill to Quiet Tltla. Order of Publica:
bid up to 10 A* M,,. Dee. llth 2114. on tion. .To all-whom, It mar eonoeen: Itppaarlns
and.'ovefV Jr. the
5 Spencer local
; years were able to the Poor Farm oonalatlna- of II ; from the sworn Bill af Com
finest food, and its use therefore, results in trees were: make the greatest gain of the day, ..c .Count" 15 acre In grove, and plaint. filed Interacted In this cnue that there ar tpersona
--lldlna-a thereon. In the pronertyvolved ln ,
an actual saving. per c.nt. I year; .6 with an attempted forward pass the The board reserves the right to ac- In this suit other than rh. It
'ball reject any or all .,d.. Address known Defendant; and that the names ,_
; 10.8 per cent, 3 was picked up on Kissimmee's :rrtl"* to .f such persons ao Interested are un : .,
5 and ten-yard goal line and .1. L. OVBRaTR1Bwrj: 'Clerk.Kiimmea I known to the Connplxliant; and that II"" ..
; year over. Spencer, relief I In said Bill .
this season' crop of through some Ty' Cobb foot work managed plaint against such unknown Oef.n'l-.l: .
OF APPL.ICATIOM FOR TAX ants; It la thCrefore.ordered that all *
New York per cent of orange to make a grain of seventy yards DEED UNDER SUCTIONS RT4 AND partia claim In a; an Interest In the following -.

before he was caught. BTB. GENERAL, HTATVTKS Of described property althated, In
grapefruit com Tina STATE OF FLORIDA. th*, County of Osceola and State of .y.
crop. The per. Spencer wa there on the defensive Florida. The North half of the North, hiJ
Notice 1* hereby: given that W. C. half of the NorthWest Quarter of Beotlon "
-- and russet or or also, and at no! time did G. W. fall Foater.. Durchaaer or Tax CartlflMktAaNos. 1* Township U..8 Range II..
iall.hasses .... ..,...... .
26, 17. 18 and 810..11dattt4. ttivIth TCast. 'MsrMlan. i*
til. after election.Myers 42 to get his man. DuBose also
. Pinchot Warns Against Plunderers I played day of July. A. D. Hit, hap filed. to the Vomplalmwitijllll. ofL&wMplalnt';
Bill I. Vicious. exceptionally well and he seems to said certificates In my office' and has herein filed on or beforw-Ui* Rule Day'
Continued From Page One.) In February A. D. the ,
( mad application for Tax. Deed to IssueIn 117 same being
Another vicious measure is the From Our Cowboys carry along a swell interference with accordance with law. the Cth day of said month) else the ) S.
lirown Said certificate embrace respectively. aid Rill will be! taken aa confessed; 4..
hand, the decision is ire to go ers bill, which does for water ( Page One. ) play. Lipford and Robinson the following"; described land, .lying; and It 1 I. further ordered that this order
also played well.Kissimmee's and being situate In Osceola County, be published one a week for'
against .them. on public lands what the State of Florida, to-wlt; twelve (IS) consecutive weeks. In .the-'. '
does on navigable streams. I I cross the bar. stars were Bullock, ; No. 26. All Section" 14 In Township. KIssttme.ValIeF' .Oartt., a newspa' ..
Evil Shield Bill. "Regero the S4 Houth Rnnjr It East;. perpublished In said County ef o. ..-'
are cjit from the same piece .of I ensued. The P. C. terror, Wilson (not Woodrow No. 17. Alt Section III In Townahlp ola, and of general circulation In said

: :.The Iniquitous Shield.water-power 1: I Z and it ) and Captain Johnson. All play. 84 Houth Range SI Bast; County. Witness the Honorable ..JmpcWPerkins >
-. and have the same. interests : passes .. No 28 All Section In Township ,. Judro of said Court ..
the SenateS; !
bill has passed Tt makesa ed"-A : ani.
before : No. 1 Rrr
footbalL Clrkthoe.o4..and
them. The Myers bill is on the : the Cowboys t* South, n.snire It -- mviame--aS- ; .*
pressnt of the public water powerson anti It looked No. 8SO. Lots 6 and S. Block 414 official 1 seal. of the said I Circuit l Court.
calendar and will be considered drive them into the side lines as if Lake Front Addition to Rt this. the 1st day of N<*" rnh.e \, D,
our navigable streams to the water one or two of the locals fumbled the The said lands being as .. :31'n th 1915. J. OVBR8TRKBT..
in the coming session. (Ct. Ct. liI..aO..rk Circuit Court.
names of Moody and Skipper and O. C
power interests. The power thus Loomis of the ball. Outlaw. at the date of the InsuantV Johnston *. uarrstt. Solicitor for Complainant -

handed over without compensation is Phelan Oil Bill Is Worse. made a run around Regero and Johnson were the stellar of- Said.hall certificates. He redeemed: unless according said certlftdtea tr- . .44-ltt,

'estimated at sixty million horse powc These two bills give away to the goal posts lights for the Osceola eleven and they law tax deed. will issue thereon on tht la the Clrealt Caart .f tkeJaalelel II......
property to powerful 16th day of December A.: D. 1.111. .( the. Btate .1 FlerI4a. >
er, or double th% power of every kind a circle made seem more than did their share in piling up) Witness my hand and official' .....' .. ... far Oae.e la ....: .
That is bad enough, but the this the llth day of November A. D I. used to train trolley 32
now !! run every points.
in a circle, made the 191'3 FOR UIVORCR.Kdwera .'
:fa tory, shop, mill, boat, mine, and provisions of the Phelan bill are if standing still. Captain Greene received an Injury (Ct Ct. Seal J L. OVER8TR1SET. P. A.._ Caaaalalaaat '
,This bil' 'will be taken Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola 'vs.
electric light in the United States. worse. The game wound during the game, and while he laj)' County Florida Harriet l.alaa A'.... He.p>.....*. ,
mediately when Congress IS-5t By 8 H. BULLXSCK. I>. C It appearlna by evidence appended
While the grant is ostensibly limited with a score of 23 ?n th-3 field of battle the beautiful to the Bill filed In above cause that

r to fifty years, it is in fact perpetual disposes of vast areas of the I Plants from down dolls of Kisaimmce High gave out c I NOTICE FOR . therein Harriet named Louisa la a Adama non-realdent Respondent of the .
lands terms unfair to
because th*! conditions under which on coast. They had yell to him. So sweet did this soundto ... _. of .ka"1';;'...... V. L. taairlea <. State of PIorit4s.. and a resident af Gill
It is almost unbelievable but Masa. and over the of twenty

I. their made prohibitory measure actually gives away the to remain in-the lIla I I. r"tllaria the Servlea. feubposna '
are ,
" property game. The yel' hereby given th..t..Bentaml I'I'It.
whom would bind
oil reserve of the United States White. of Klsalmmee Fla.. who or upon auob.1'0114., -
r even advocates of the bill frankly ad- sounded like this: "Rick it to ricke> 4prll II 1(14. made Homestead Rhtry ent; .
the It la. therefore ordered that aid!
l ::mit. In practical effect, a perpetual to claimants! whom Supreme ENTERTAINED sis bum bah green rah rah rah. No.0111r45' for EM of SEU: and SBVif non-resident Respondent' bo and .

:monopoly is given away for nothing. recently declared to have no S. GIRLS. The scoring ended 32 to 0 for Kis Range NBU IT K.Section, Tallahassee II. Township M.rldlanJ.: 1(har S of I I.Complaint require filed. to .appear In said to"cause theRill )

bill has also the House rights whatever. The sirnmee. There /Iliad notice of Intention. to make Commutation on or before Monday, the '4th day of
This passed the Osceola High is no doubt that the' Proof to establish claim tf

I but In a different and better form. It the Navy, our first and most \ the visitors with a best team had won, for Sanford's boys' the land above described. before Clerl December. A.of said D. Ill nil'wl'l*, otherwise b. takenas thaattentions '

Circuit Court, at } .
ant line of national defense is -
confessed Respondent.
is now in conference. We know from ofThe in which the local are practically all inexperienced men the 18th day of December. 1'1'. It I I. further by ordered that thl. order

-_ the statement of Senator Nelson on sacrificed to the profits -of course. Various tho they played the best they knew !Hancock Claimant of name L.ouhjnais( a* witnesses, l'l.l ; A.H. O J be published once a, week for four caa,'
eoutlve weeks In the Klsslmmee vali
the floor of the Senate that the friends ard Oil Company, the Santa Fe served other than how. Let it be said right here that elites, of IrtJUirhman FIa-| Samue' 10.1"' Oa..U.. a ne..p.1' .,"tll..Jq'' '
few other Clark. tit euchman, ".; J. F. .G.n. ... .
|road interests and a .Id <'ount)" an4 IiIlaa.. ..
interest (in the last of }KI.'mm.' Fla.
of the expectto ) Sanford .
water-power < quarter High out (.Ct. t. fuU. J. L. VJllft Tft.,1n'! '"
I who want wlthey, ItO EaT W, DAVIS.OTMM .
control the conference. It Is worth antI, \ played outg essed and ) l.frk CI rcv..' Covrt.'
Plant City was cor- oo.kv-fr better il-tt! R"Itol'. ...(
f i Thl. October mADMINISTRATOn'S "-It
right a,1.t
to get.Condemned ,
noting, therefore, that the conferees I to make a speech. than did their opponents; but the (
from the House and Senate ere now I By Navy J, of O. IL.S. _leo-d boys started too late.IIIIIlIIIl'IIlIit''p. DEED tINDER SECTION IVT4 AND NOTICE)' TO ,1i1&J'StEAL

meeting, although Congress does notconvene As to this the. Navy it with a humorous bra Tile GENERAL STATE OP STATUTES FLORIDA.OP IS .1 Ceaaty KSTATH.Caart Jaave., State- ..f'S. ,

I said Notice la ...1...... Oaeeala Ceaaty., .
until Dec. 4. I!has officially : l' I I hereby given that Aerner '
'y"c IsKroKatato. of Wllllasa Weekerley.hereby' .
May Bryant, .purchaser of Tax Cerlin- .
: .
A vigorous effort was made to padXMi | ?"Oilburningnaval Vessels rendered two I eat Ne. 8S, dated the Tth d.&JIaf."llr '> '
Legal A D. 111. has filed said I l4l.. I. riven to all whom
Indefensible raid on public property I'such manifold military I ny office and has rnada application for It mayXeoncern, that A. ELiDrouarht a*
vessel that it Tax Deed to iau* In accordance to law Administrator of the palate of William
.while public attention was fixed over coal-burning1 torn tip by the Va. 1 Ad vetj Lcntsj Said certificate embraces. the follow. Weckerley. deceased. will on the 14th

on'the international crisis last winter.It ''bo practically suicidal, fiom a two teams and the ina described land lyingand belnrsituate day of A. D., Ill. 'apply to
. In Osceola County Stats of the O County Judce
failed became editor of the country -Ipoint of view for the Navy rushed for their rail' . . I III I . II It 11111 Florida, t -- ". In and ?aid CoUt" at hi.* offlo In
MOTICa TO Lot "A" ;rl.\\o\\ Klftht (I) of Mary Klsslmmee.o'clock In Bald County at 10
to the defense of the pubfic rnent to abandon the policy pf : ITOal..If .
cam B.. Mor :an'. Bub-division of Lot One ; a. m.. or as soon thereafter a.
.rights and the bill wee' postponed un. {oil-burning shIps; but the ; l! COURT 011' TUB rOlTWTV JlJDG" (I) of Section cm* (1) Township Tw.n- the matte can be heard' for authorityto
sell at publlo or Bale. the
*. OSC'UOl.A COUNTY 0TAT1I tv-jt: (IS) South Range Twntr-i: PC'vat.
I 'thut t.1l.! legiilatloti be .enacted OK KLOHIOA. (II) East following reaorlbed .. In sat.'"
\ are not follow [la ro Estate .* The said land belnr 'assessed In thf County, to-wlt .
Mary I LaC,..
bill hal .
} the upport that this 'of their. maternal name' of> A. J.. Strickland at the dat Lot SO. (twenty: ) .and.IItwenty. ', .

ia. ChiistmasPhotosHAVE ed have caused the Navy To all creditors legatees distributee.* ..f issuance of Mid certificate./ Unless one) Block'17. (Seventeen- ,. ). 'In the townWhich .
:( of St. Cloud.
about lifting"up and all praona havlnir' claim or Bald certificate shall ba 'redeemed ea- Uo&tlon..1I1 'be based
to seriously consider the demand 'K ln t said estate: cora4na to law. Tax Deed 4flll laauethereon e ap
J YOU thought of PORTRAITS of abandoning this policy, and mae Ingl.vocifer otllled Tow and and saSh of :you are hereby on. the llth day of December, XI''lDtIl"l: ,: c.t; for,such sal. now oq. --*
in required to A. D. till.Wltne.
1 I ,'\ a* a solution to the gift; problem? A I design ships! known to be valiantly claim and demand which prevent you. any or .. my hand and official veal Dated SOth Oct. A. D. 1118. .
,t dosen of Tour portraits! made in ournew rah-rah and other either of you. r1al..ll"de against thr his the (th day of November A." D 48-lt A. Administrator. ,
distinctive styles will make ships a country possessing an oil to' the O. war- estate of Mary late I 91$. ..
of '
Oaceola County Florida. J. L. OVER TftEET. '
. twelve appropriate gifts that wil be ply can build. Amy Makinson Executor of aald eatate underalirned (Ct. Ct.) Clerk Circuit Court. Oseeola sEVENTh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: O9 \ -

appreciated. WILDER'S STUDIO. These bills have mad. such within two year from the date hereof. (Seal) 47-ft County. Florida.ADMINISTRATOR'S rLOR'DA. CIRCUIT COVET. MCMANCBRV. orOICJaOLA'coVNTr
her hair ribbon in Dated November 16th A. D. nu
that the advantage of positionis 8ILA8 LA'I'T A.. .
t '
Kzecutor.NOTICB. .
them and against the public. REAL KUTATR.LKOAL Myrtle E. I.lahtaey.1 .

'effort will be made to jam Grocer I. C.mrt .f Caaiaty NOTICKI......... State arFlarlda Caasplalaaa. .

through at the beginning of the ofT Board of County Commissioners (_la ('... 7. la re Estate Heir .f The.a W. Palmer 'I.eess.d.Respesdeata.
SEECARSON Oaceola: County will receive bids of ('. F. .... .It. Decessed.Notice .,. _
session of Congress. Powerful to 10 A. M. Decmeber llth 116, up Is hereby Riven to all whom It
, interests are fighting for painting, ? court :house roof, one cOat on may concern that I. Sarah A. Prevatta BILL TO QUIET TITI.H1.To .
power work to with Teaslee Administratrix of the estate of
I appeal to you as a citizen Oaulbert brllr.ant. red roof paint. and F. Prevatt.. Heeeaaed.. will. on the 11th all parties clalmlir an Interest ,
The board reserV.s the to day of December A I> 111*, apnly to In the following described property
t: [FARMER[ in the public welfare without cept or reject any or all bids right, bid ac to the Honorable T. M Murphv, CountY under Thos. W Palmer, deceased, or
in be addressed. to Judge" In and for said county at his otherwise to-wlt: 8I3-U of N.t4 '
to politics, to lend a hand J. L.. OVEHSTREET. Clerk ofrlce In Ktsslmmee In said. county at and fractional SW-U of NK-14 of Btc.IS .
Ing these attacks on public Ht Klsslmnn-e. Florida 10 o'clock a. m. or as Boon thereafter. Tp. 15 B of R. SO B. In .Oaeeola .
: .is the matter can be heard for authority County Florida.You .
and on. the safety and welfare I. (.Irralt foart. IIt.l. of Florida Hrrrmttt to make specific p..rform..nqe: of n and each, of you are) required.. to '
Jaillrlal (.1....... Oareola contract In the nature. of an unwltness- appear to the bill of complaint filed ,
j navy and the nation. Sincerely <:..tF Klorlria. I. !. ., rtei-d from the above named C ..' herein on Monday. Dec. loth. 1916.This .
L.FOR GIFFORD -.F. frevatt. deceased and petitioner an hla order to be published for 11consecutive

T.. tidy af KII._... Florida a Maalclpal .,"tfMi entered Into the 28th dnv of .Tune. weeks In the KlsslmmeeValley
-------- I Test Carporatloa. 4'omplalaaat. 1911. for the conveyance of the follow'tiirnesrrlhed (Oaiette a weekly newspaper '
Every 0.. real estate, In said countv. published In Klsslmmee Osceola Coun-

Pony,5Buggy! . im ....>ra C. Dibble I>..'.laat. ty. Florida- ....,
I FEDERAL ESTIMATE .. 7'wJ.v.; : (Ill and Mix (8). of Blockfourteen Witness my hand and real this 19th .;; [

It nppenrlnir' bv affidavit appondi-d tn of West KUslmmee... accordIn.r day of Sept., It Ifi. .".
: the lilJl ni.>d In tht aburstaterl rauM to the official' plat of record In the J' I--OVRnSTREKT; .
Harness that James C. nihhlf. the <1>>r>.ndaiit ofTl.'or the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof CI/Kk Circuit Court.Circuit ,
OF CITRUS therein named. Iff a rpHldent of th. cold' county of OHeenlft. ( Court Heal) .. J IO'llryan
application mill lot. based upon A I'letlner.Holfcltors .
Htatf* of "Florida hut has he *n alm. nt Which .
ON SHOES from the State for more than nlxtlayit \ the petition for such sale now on HieIn for Complainant. ().llt .
and la : SB'il' C""rtDati Ai:
( now rpaUllnR at Alton. .
The federal governme'nt's' Medal's Bf4t.We Htntt* of Kannna and I. over the .d Nivemh'-r 10, 1KI *. sNvK'riI .IIIUl'UL! ('IRCU.T.IITATd ,
ate* '
whole faaulr.. Oar of twenty-on vtnrn..; It Is threfor. K RAH A. rilBVATT. i/OK .41..IO--IN TUB CIHCDIT- '.e., "
THEiPRICE: : IS RIGHT the citrus in Florida .oc" . d,*re,l that said nonrpaldcnt dt>f,'ndantbe or- 47-4t 4t1mlnl.tratrlOTI'M r COURT FOR CK.OIA COUNTY r
crop .
on ..
...... Tkoaiaads and he la hereby rtqulr to nppnarto --' -IN CHANCKHY.:
that the trees hold far less eoeuinr. lay.all. TITLE.T.
Big Catalog cause on or before Monday the lat. t
normal hop ( tree), but i day of January. A. D 1917 otherwise. Court of the Coaaty Jed... 0_ a
_..1- per platan* fcuadnds. of the allenatlonn of aald bill will betaken (.....T. "'.1. ef Fiends H. L....... Cassalalaaat. 4
creased acreage causes the' .. .... Biib rl.l>>. aa confessed by said defendant I. re Estate ., Jaasra W. l>reatl... ... '
shoes' at slCyoe."'1 .... All parties elalaslaa .. tsv
ordered distribu
It III further that this orderbe To all creditor leKat. .
ange production to exceed last 0.esta. published week for. four or ferret aaaVr .'.1.. WI... .
once a .
ronroutlve tees and all ;
MONET ...VI&. ar"t.o' H. ......1... 4e
j. w. week. In the Klaslnvnee, Val- demands arlaa ar L. *
son' and keeps the grapefruit &-. Write lor years.FALCON lev o a..... .., a newspaper punlliheil. 'In You. and each of you are hereby. eeaaed .. .i"._'- lalaada
almost up to that of the &HOX CO. aid' County and State notified and required to present any a.-rt_> .. tao Dill..
,, Thin' November 13th. tUlft! clnltn and demands which you. or .f CeaaplalBt H_ -

season. Peji.69 ftWOrUss (ct Ct. Seal. J. i* OVKRSTHKRT.!' either of have against theestate : ea .. _ _ if
Florida's trees are Clerk Circuit Court. of Prentls. deceased, VoR
City Market orange O'Bryan Pledger." late of Osceola, County. Florida. to the ORDER HRHVICKI BY PUBLI
29.4 per cent less than their i4,. icitors for ComplaInant. 44-5t :jnderalitned' administratrix of said CATION. j jii
_ _ estate within two years from the datehereof '
yield this season, but there is iineirlnK: from the sworn Bill of
NYTIcE.The > tiled In the al.ova stated
dicated increase of 207,000 Board of County CommliKlonor Dated Oct. n. A. I). 1118. '. ilnt .
. claiming
Florida and MART J. PRENTI8. t bat are persons
Fresh of <).. > County. ?Florida. will receive tn the whoaou '
rest property
Florida orange production over bids up to 10 A. M., Dec. 11, 191S. 46-9t Administratrix. i.r, '.. : >d place of resMeme are: vn-
on R tract of land of about DO or 100 .
.. over the age of tl i ty> .na .1
> -
acres located between. Klsslmmee and '
ago.Florida \ i H and that there I I. no '.son latt '
< Meats of Florida. In and for the
Western grapefruit tree are HI, Cloud to be used aa a County Poor clal County Circuit of Osceola. In Chancary. C ... mnte of Florida upon, whom thea ..

30 per cent less than their Farm The board reserves. the right to accept W. Johnson complainant. v*. IA M: . ,.1 n Subpoena In this oaa '1 .

: of all kinds. yield this season, but this COR.. 4.idsto.or reject any or all blda. Addressall ren Park and: R.1..U. Plckren.Warthan.her: Mrs.husband A. V.: Plck-I.. H. ,w It"i IH i i therefore bla..l1nlr-ordered that all oarti.p \

boxes lea J. L. OVERSTRRBT. Clerk. Pooser: L.. Plckren (tilttn, known as L.D . claiming an Interest aa heirs leirnUes. .
be only 100,000 OraharnrMti: ,, \liuikpla, and John devisee or arrantee under o"
'J.. last season's.'the Klssimmee Florida. E. Headle r..i ,im, .r co-partner doing through Helen Wlgclna, otherwise' or I* B.lie J ail..uklnx. ." ;...I* ,

la Clmlt C.mrt. State ., Fl.rI... 1ev. ausln i 1h. fIrm nama ofBuckels .. deceased or !
. estimate said Bill of CompJa.---. ;
government' COPPER andean. indlvidualsand a i or to
. A j.iU'y ;
Phone your orders, Jaalelal Clrevlt. Oee *l fli.< at the office of the Clerk of the .:
\VI1II I I- >wrll: anti all norsons
1 citrus crop for the whole BRASS C.t7. C.r7. claiming I. ;Lrttoti under J. B. Simmons, Ci, .ilt. Court at Klaalmmee. Osceolatv \....

; and they States for 1916-17, just Issued, i T". SHy .1 EIs.iee: .,...... s.Wa- deceased; or otherwise: Respondents CO, ,In. Florida nt on or, the before same thRule being .
LEAD ....... CrparSIevs. .. Bill 1" qul.-t. title. Order of Publica .. of January. AD.. |.,t. Elsa '..
boxes against lr' day
83! ,OOO a all whom It may concern It I": eon'ae4." .J/-Jt.,
promptlydelivered 2l.200,000boxes 191516.." 'SCRAP IRON .... rawatala .....1.. ..* <1. C. In.It.rT: by affidavit appended to 4heRtllIlle.i tAils LU will b.ordered taken that a. this order '
; ........ ._M.*! H. .. May !and l In the above stated cause that H I. furth6t Once each week. .' fof '-" : 'Jh.1 "
estimated at ......... l. tr.<- ruepondenta: : William BoewelUMra Ltabiished c. ,
.Orange are ES" a H. C.pee7. ap.r.I. i>i ....k. In", the XIspimm.e - 4;
. p ............ A. V. Plckrert and I.. Plckren. her twelve eoncutlv"Oault. S. a.wspap." ,...'., I
boxes In Florida, whereas the. husband L. B. Pooser: L, Plckren (alec Valley .,' k Jt.l' '.tt,
0 b- .r.::: IX Oraham and John V.Headley i,1lii'hed and of general "
boxes. wE tIf PIWI1J It anpearlnir affidavit'appended >to known ) 1 the saId .J a.. .
production was 6,148,000 u.-l. Cou n tr. prtorte "
.j... : ., the bill flUtd In Above-stated that ; all have addresses unknown to ..'-' .1'
P'Ioi14's.rapefru1t cop' I I. For Pnariat IiJl1 Janle Fountain Bchults q-G. C.Scivlts. the complainant or to the complainant's liars Witness 1st. hand" : an : :Phone: # 4 her huaband. two. of the ... eoltoor: and It also appearing by isaimWa.PlodniC' '.."i':5:
mated /I.900.000 boxes; In named reeldent aid affidavit that the in-ld respondentsJust I aid Court> at
fends-atx thorp are ot A T>. U1&- :- ..
tt.. 1915-18 crop produced 2,000,000 !(12 of abemt tin- Hate of Florida' for more, but than have alxtr beentherefrom of11 above)'earai.Hamad It .I*are theroforJ Ell. over tie orde..dthat ago .tltb' dayctV of toe September 3. L...OltDlUI'-nF:1'1"% : ", -.' ,; ? .,,'
Clerk ,
... tbe.tetalrn mber..of'c1tna. IA.j . "R"' and are at preeent Tealdlna; alBIIII.b.r. the . repondenta \ i }
,' .- : '
t j I ; "' .... State of Pennsylvania,' named and whoa 'addr.. b..laabo..1 ; ZIBSe.50hl01tt:: :1' :4i-1t1 '

qfb.arpg age <'thi. season.. .:an4, are .v.F/1bS. a X.L ef, .twu ..o I know a. ,.ba,' and they. J'ra .. ''J' \ J"'i'
T ? ,," w -----1' y - - 4 ./. ." .11 , 4 t"ti; 'i' .;..., ... .t. .t.J .

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\\t ,P. :CI12' -..: I THE ICISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE '4 ;.: FRIDAY DECEMBER. ,It_: 116.", ; \ \\,


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fi .In' Post Office Block, .Next Door 'to R. T. Butler's Barber Shope


Zoological Toys First Time in Kissimmee-a Store Funipendulows ToysEnigmatographical ;

OrnithologicalPropaedeutical Toys, Toys ,
Exclusively For; Toys And
Ii. ToysAnthropological
Fulminatory Toys

M 4 Toys / Other Christmas Wares Stratographical Toys '

A' V%'' I Opening Date, December 2. Don't Forget Date and Place. ,. ** '" *<>




i i .-__--- _._ .. .'1'., ] .
nioi i ioioi i io to o+ + + + 4ioioi < friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Sanborn of them that the animals ".;c., '\\I1'"
the Roy-Alta and they are visitingher should be considered QUARTERLY CONFERENCE f f '; ".
for a few days before leaving for Farm t
Notes ration -
rP Society $ St. Cloud, where they. will reside. I according to the work they are OF UNITED BRETHREN I IThe \ f :
* *
MOTHERS-TEACJIEKS CLUB. Kissimmee, ; High team returned doing. Proper feeding is i one of the '
sv Mrs. E. E. Wells. Editor.) from Lakeland-where its members most important phases of good farm- first quarterly conference. 'fop"' '!II .;:
The Mothers-Teachers Club will played a Thanksgiving game with ing, but few farmers are able to feed Union Center charge of the GeOTgifT,+f' :

p . Request is made .10 all patron of the Valley Gazette to send item have ita.usual monthly meeting 'Lakeland-thoroly dissatisfied with intelligently. Most. of them feed by Florida Conference, United Brethren"" ' )f.
+the treatment accorded hem and feel- the rule-of-thumb method handed church, will be held Thursday 'nlgltt. 'j;;.
*f Society Ercntt *.0 the Editor, for publication in these column.r ; I 3 school p., Dec. 8, in'the at./I/ing that they-had j been robbed of a down from countless generations.That 'Dec. 7. Rev. R. A. Smith, conferonceVn..; J!"

__ _ . . .__ __ __ __ "_--"'.- . . . . . . . . . . .t'L..a. :L Current events will be reported by !well-earned victory through the questionable method was all right before superintendent, will preside and ;> g r";:
. . _ "TV'T' decisions of a Lakeland referee feeding standards were available.The preach at 7:30 p. m. All members re- ri.,
r Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer, parliamentary-I
1 FRIENDS SURPRISE MRS. I Bryan Howard Wath.* Prator Gil- rules drill will be led who placed the score at 6 to 0 University of Florida Collegeof quested to be present and friends in*" .
BUCKLES ON HER BIRTHDAYMrs. bert, Garry Brown, Murray Overstreetand Fripp, and opening reports on the in favor of Lakeland. Agriculture Gainesville, is offering vited. / ;
I Coach Davidson said Gazette E correspondence course in types and o
Walter Bass. a ,
State convention of the Florida Fed- ,
+ C. Buckles was quite pleasant- * w eration of Women's Clubs will be reporter that in the las? period, when I breeds of live stock and feeds and ST. JOHN'S:' GUILD TO MEET..rk ti. '
*' ty Friday evening when a PRISCILLA CLUB. short and feeding for various animals. It includes .
I surprised Regero caught a punt ran **:"
made by the local club's delegates re- .
The St. John'a Guild of the Protestant
number of her neighbors arrived to across the goal line for a touchdown, I. discussions of feeds and balanced I j1.
fr' spend the evening and showered her An unusually pleasant afternoon turned from Miami... . a tackle struck him, throwing him out rations for those animals. Ta- Episcopal church will meet at thda;**; ..jl te4k
with pretty grifts': reminding her that ,,marked the regular meeting of the of bounds, and the referee refused to. bles for computing rations from different house of Mrs. W. J. S. Carr on Tuesv"day. (
I the' occasion was her birthday. Herdaughter Priscilla Club Saturday, when Mrs. MRS. SARAH J. ADDIS DIESMrs. count though many of the spectators ) feeds are included. Dec. 5, at 3 p. m. All women"'.,'d'!' 'if)'..

Miss Lucy, had arranged Clyde Hilton entertained at her homeon pronounced it safe; and that no attention The course also takes up care and of the church are cordially invited. ae;1.,1 > 'J ..i
ft the surprise and late in the evening Orlando avenue. Fancy work and Sarah J. Addis, one of Kis- was paid to the protest of the I management of beef and dairy animals !!"'oft
served chocolate. the ladies and the hostess served a delicious -|citizens, died lost Saturday and was Griffin for Kissimmee, carried the ball j:j try. SoVie discussion is given to the The women of the Christian church ,'Jt: ..
Those participating in this event ice course at the close of the buried the next day. a foot and a half over the line as the ;| breeds: of animals and the adaptationsof wlil serve a chicken dinner Saturday: ,*' "
l were Mrs. Buckles, Mrs. F. C. Bryan afternoon. Mrs. J. T, Burckhalter, She affiliated with the Episcopal de referee's whistle blew. Instead of each breed for different'purposes. Dec. 9, in the old Bryan restaurant,1.// "/'. K"
Mrs. L. Paulk Mrst T. M. Rivers, Mrs. Misses Beatrice Hilton and Dorothy nomination but Rev. A. M. Chisholm closing the game at that point Lake- I place-11:30 a. m. Everything. )taoy( ,[
'' H. Wells assisted in serving. the Christian church conducted the land back South America took about four timesas
George' Orerstreet, Mr. and Mrs. lof pushed him and the referee gone up excepting: their dinner Pricy ,
t b IV May, Mr and Mrs. R. Thomas, Enjoying the event were Mrs. Clyde funeral services, using the Episcopal allowed the play. I much coal from the United Statesin 35 cents. Chicken, rice, sweet potatoes -!.._..t1f
Misses Lucy Buckles and CeceliaOvers Hilton, Mrs H. M. Pfann, Mrs. J. Mc- I ceremonials. The last three periods were played the fiscal year 1916 as in the year salad, baked beans, pie and'eof-t "
tre t. Phatter, Mrs. George Persons, Mrs.D. Her funeral was attended by many around Lakeland's goal while Kis-. prior to the war. fee will be components. *,'? .: .'
"' * S. Marks, Mrs. Lyles Story Mrs.G. I business men and others prominent in simmee's goal was never in danger af-I -- - -- -- ---JII a.
r ENTRE NOUS CLUB. L. Hammock, Mrs. C. N. Paver, the community's life. ter the first period, when the first and -- ---- ..,
Mrs. A. M. Story, Mrs. T. M. Rivers I' Had Mrs. Addis lived until the 29th only score was made for Lakeland. J
'MM. j41 L. Overstreet entertained Mrs. A. Cotterman, Mrs. L. C. Smith 'lof this November, she vould have been I -'
le the.Entre Nous l .Club Tuesday\ after- Mrs. II. W. Morrow, Mrs. W. H. Arnold (\exactly 87 years old. She was born R.S.FLOYD
"noon very pleasantly at her hone.on Mrs. E. E. Wells, Misses Beatrice in Pennsylvania, but lived in Washington CONGRESS MEETS. ON.. DEC. 4.. J 1| |

Main J strest at their regular meeting.: Hilton and Dorothy Wells.KERAMIC I D. C., "nearly all the time until (Continued From Page One.) ; I +
Dealer In
,At the close of the afternoon spent in !" she became a resident of Kifisiw- : ; nH \i
I fashioning pretty baskets, the hostess CLUB. mee, which was twenty-cix years ago. to do with the election. **.-....
erred a.delicious'oyster' salad course, She was a remarkable woman,'be- Out of Politics. j i Groceries Ha.y, Grain and Feed: .
followed by calw/i and oranges: Those Mrs. N- C. Bryan, Mrs. Eugene .lag versed,in literature, .history art, It- appears nowthat 'stage has ,.....
t present Jwert'Mrs. C. 'N. Paver Mrs. Bryan, Mrs S,.B. Aultman,Mrs, J.-D. I land other intellectual lines. She- was been reached where the 'extraordinary j]I i J' ,Corner Broadway and/d. Dakin_ Aw.Try .' 4'i S' "r ,
3 Meeteh,.Kn.i. It.W.'; Morrow,', Mrs. Clark Mrs. L. H.' IngramMrs.. Guy an artist of some skill and excelled as high prices must be considered as a !, :
Gardner; Mrs:/S. H. Bullock;'*Misses '' I I .
'and Mrs. education '
.Mliton Pledger ] Overstreet. a student of history.. ,Her ) great domestic question and unrelatedto '
r ,Mrs.',Meetch entertain. this con54 Inca Carson, Ruby' Prevatt and.Ouida j was1 classical in various' respects. She politics. Just a* the pure-food bill 't I Us on'Ybur Next, Order-- ,For. Feed.. -
54 genial club, neicf Malloy were in attendance at the reg- of Jefferson Da- '" : b
i ? Tuesday afternoonat was a personal friend ceased to be a political question, justas
her. home on Mabbette street. ular meeting of the Keramic Club vis of the Southern Confederacy. the child-labor) bill, the irrigationbill
. e 4 last Monday, held at the studio. Mrs. 1 Mrs. Addis t.lways contended that and many other measures were -
MISS CLARK ENTERTAINED. ,Woodbeck assisted Mrs. Bullock in she would live until Empeior Francis considered solely in the light of what 1-' C
,t- !serving sandwiches and tea .to the Joseph of Austria died. Several: days was best for the people, so these,, other r
VMrs. M.'A. ClatJf-tfTid; her daughter, I guests after an afternoon spent in ago, when rfhnouncemfirit' was made of pressing matters must be taken up
hi U ., Miss Ruth, ,arranged a pretty party club routine. .{\* [This death, she said the time for her toI I and settled without regard to partisan The eyes of the world;; '
for Miss' Sarah Clark Saturday evening go was near. She had been ailing'lines. *.v.
celebrating her fifteenth birth- PYTHIAN" SISTERS ENTERTAINEDMrs. about a year, but ther, is no doubt I Of courts, the administration that
3s '. day. Th-s young people met at the that the mental effect of the Austrian secures the enactment, of beneficentlaws
I L. R. Farmer and Mrs. T. :M.
f home of Miss Mabel Overstreet and her demise. are on the who. "
Rivers will entertain the Pythian Sisters Emperor's death hastened I i is entitled to the credit for passing man
t Miss Sarah was completely surprised I at the home of the latter Wednesday She waft reading history and keeping them; but in settling such questions
when she opened the door in response afternoon in honor 0(' the Moqt posted on current events even on the'! as federal control of public util- ; '
to a gentle tap, to find so of her I Ij :
of and '
Excellent Chief, Mrs. S. Rajrsdale, day of her death. ities or the regulation wages
1< friends. The guests made merry who will soon leave for Plant City.TIDIIOLMBARBER j Mrs. Addis formerly was a wofrnan j prices there must be: nonpartisAn ac- : ...
t throughout the evening with an in * of wealth. She leaves a daughter in tion. This will be necessary, mainly
formal ,program .of games and a delicious MARRIAGE. | Dallas, Texas-Mrs. Dora Stenger. A (or the reason that the divisions in SAVES: V*
salad course with cake and 'son, Welford W. Addis, also survives, Congress on this subject will not be
; chocolate was served by the hostess. George J. Barber come over from living in Washington, D. C. A sister, on party lines. I
e At. the party 'were Misses Grace his home in St. Cloud Wednesday to Mrs. Anna Trobridge, lives in Phila- Power of the Government.. I .
:, '. -Gilbert, Neva Brown, Muriel Prentis, meet Mrs. Minnie Tidholm of Chicago. -,:'delphia, Pa. A brother io George Ot- The first question raised will be the >pig **3
?' i Alpha Westfall. Mabel Overstreet, They went directly to Judge Mur- tinger, residing in Salt City, power of the government. It. has been 1
) Lucy: Lup/er, Carolyn Fripp, and phy's office and were made husband I Utah. raised on every question that has been moment : :ti
;wy It" Sarah and Ruth Clark; Messrs_ Edgar_and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Barber are I 1 Interment at Rosohill cemetery. .brought forward since the foundationof i pAUSE! a young man,

----= -- -- -- our republic, and many! things I a thought to s' lf. The .
which were not permitted in the early'
'D'-_,. days have found favor in' later years I problems that confront you now, or
-and with the sanction of the Su-
,'. preme Court.If will a few years hence. ,
the government can fix the age
"i, limit of children working In factories, v Look about yon-the men of.asTairt-m country.Jtate.-a tion=l ryes
regulate the hours of labor), \ of rail- in the world, are'the men who started to save early l in life. l0A '
road men, fix a standard of various
\ foods and do a number of other like They hare the respect and confidence of the
things, what is to stop it from fixing community.,4$ .
DEPOSITORS prices of all products which are a partof Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend alt they ."
r interstate commerceOf ? make--they-may hare a food time for a while but what. does their i
courMunany people stand aghast personality reflect? '

at the idea of the government enter t 1
\, ing upon anything quite so paternalistic A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the d i i'
I Like, to know their savings (or a capital as the case may be) are safe '.s regulation' the price; of'food; nucleus of an honorable, independent 'career. .. '
.1- Make your! beginning now-today. Your bank (,
but for years they were as much, horrified ;
and protected. They have feel this about it. And the '
a right to way book will the .
's 7 t e t at the regulation of foods, child pare way. : ,
e 2t responsibility on the bank to meet this condition is a heavy one. We I labor,' and tho hours of workingmen.They '
t *
i are also aghast at government \ '
f -, S,r et e4 realize it fully and have taken every precaution prompted by experi : ownership .railroads' ,'telegraphs\ and'' 'State Bank;
-1.; 1v ..- telephones; but serious minded peo 4a
ence and good All we .. is an investigation on your-part "
r u" ""I' ., ple''think that-suck\,.ownershipls| only ..
F _, r to satisfy yourself.( We know what will follow; .ri't. ; '..' .;'"!\ ;t't: a. tnatte#of-time., ..- 9 +t; r

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