Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00780
 Material Information
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 8, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00780
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
J )t u.a .
.. ,
'*'''"''': J ". ", ... 11 'I

-.
"

... -
;4 ''t <,

.{....... '. ....tAM..Uaa.......:....!.. .. (:.. 1.1' :hrH'('; "' 'It, 1f" ".r ='f"'

"- .. I... - ... .. .
'.+' VA EY,0: -- I \II I -. ...- I .
'. ....' ir<< +; "So '. .. ..E' 1+_ 1'" EEV.mT. : I VALLET" GA.- .
l.Flerlaa7 Greatest Weekly*. ',.,. .. ; E2. ,, .
. .. .... ...-.: .. "" .,.. d ,, Co ".".l1-tzt ''I } ;; InWB. ...;;_ t..
'
> :iI "'" . ." .. ... .. "
,;4.. : .I. . < .AH.o, C&GI. O I JJtN L.'C..a.tn\I.II/.lftS; ; 1tJ. tI ,.... ,f "1-tl, ..''lJ' .f"1" '

4'" EW.aaaeleYq. .............. .0..;..;....... ........ le. tees.- . : .J. t :' ; ' I ; : j i f ; "IT* '" i '._ '"i Ylff
... ............ "J.J 3 ELSSIjIIMEEJJ.ORIDAJ FRID4Y..DECEMER:. : aiVl'M"BER Sll
,: i- "._ 0--' cues. ua..r car r..t+"w a..'_sea'' __ _ .!8,4916. n ,, $ f" po.", ... , : .:: VOLUME' ,: ', .. ...




I: CITY COUNCIL ORDERS,; ,R4FT.INGOF: ORDINANCE I TO : lKHEAD1AK.t8ONT[ .,I


... ,
.j( . .. J''" ; ,(
/ "W 1 ,,:. . ... .. .t' . ',..,. f ,l4 k
; Bulkhead' Man.. :Coming To Sanford'. 'Bulkhead Is"Florida A l f'

Ij:Property: :i .Payment Talk BusinessWest BRICK ROAD ; Show Place. CIRCUIT COURT


-- Palm Beach Flal,;'Dee. 7. SANFORD>. F .... 'Dec., 2. -One",of
MORE AID FOR :BEST BAND IN MUNICIPAL CHRISTMAS TREE PRO. Eugene C. Bryan, Kiasiiamee. ,. Flat TO EASTCOAST the greatest ,improvements ever contemplated FOR 'OSCEOLA &.

P I will, get to Klsaietmee. Saturday in Sanford has been finish
FLORIDA VIDEO fOR and can meetwith City' Council Mon X_ e

.... --- -----. day. Am prepared to take hold 'of d.This Is the work,,of building a concrete STILL
s COUNCIL RENDERS GREAT ASSISTANCE GRANTS- WOMEN'S .CLUB REQUEST your bulkhead proposition 'at once SOON bulkhead on the shore) of Lake AT WORK !t:

,..;, w TO COUNTY, FAIR FOR GRADING STREETSTO if technicalities, In your charterdo Monroe and. filling in the same for a
not interfere. I.. Just finishing distance .of 2.000, feet, reclaiming a '..-. ; "
: ti'
... j WAT SMALL, COST-GIVES ITS LAlCETO'won ON DARL- up big contracts in Miami and Palm DELEGATION FROM ST. CLOUD great part of the lakefront In knew GRAND" ,JURY RETURNS- IS -IN.' .** '.
t INGTON AVENUE'( ) 'FIRST. Beach. JOSEPH,R. LITTLE. land eliminating the objectionableand
: \s'CAKE AWAY, BUT KEEPS IT. ,-
URGESvCOUNTY :
'" \. : COMMISSION.ERS dilapidated buildings and docks.. D1CTMENTS BUT INFORMATION -

: .J. 1. Instructed City Attorney Lewla gin, as the Chicagoans desired to bid Councilman Eugene C. Bryan sometime TO ACT AT ONCE:-BOARD the weeds and water hyacnlths and IS. WITHHELD BECAUSE, '
: )1"- on whatever bonds certificates ago was_appointed chairman of DOES making a beautiful boulevard the entire NONE : : '
: it O'Bryan, draft an ordinance,under or SO AND ADVERTISESFOR OF INDICTED PERSONS ;
the Council's bulkheading committee.He distance pf the waterfront of f
might be issued for the .
i which virtually .all of Kiaslmmedilake project.
BIDS. HAVE YET BEEN ARRESTED.
He has been Sanford. ,
got busy. touringthe
''I
front will be bulkheaded. These certificates should be made
f .' redemptory serially through a periodof State during the last:four weeks There Is probably no lake front In )rAn

3 '2. Acceded to the request, of the ten years, he said: for inspection of bulkheading and BANKERS DISPUTE ABOUT DEPOSITS Florida' that commands' such a view account ofalY"cases ,will be.pubs'4"t! \

':-.w ,Kissiramee Weill a.'. Club that work Close sttfdy of the bulkheadingstatute dredging works completed or under no. lake front: that is, seen, by more lished.. when_ disposed__!ot.:., ,
be'started on grading several streets said Mr, Carson, convincedhim construction.Mr. people and no lake front that will be '
);i > to .'lake's edge DarUagtoa'avenue that the city's liability for cost Bryan found at Miami a contractor At the monthly meeting of the,Os- more beautiful Vhen.#ll the improve GENERALPRESENTMENT OF OS--'. o
?".' k .. to'.. worked on first. of the.bulkheading would extend to who has*. completed bulkhead- ceola Board of County Commission- menu are made, CEOLA COUNTY" GRAND'JURY:

t.; I; Provided for, an -opesUelr'mu: . only. one-third of-the area in each ing and similar work at Miami, Palm en last Monday a large delegation appeared Contemplated for the past thirty FOR FALL..TERM !'OF..1916. '
w".t. ,;.nidpal Christmas tree. street; that the other'two-thlrds "(tin Beach and elsewhere on the east, before the commissioners' and years' boosted for the part ten. years To the Hoiu- :'James W< Perkins, Judg.of .
streets) would be assessed against coast. J. R. Little is his name. earnestly urged the board to take action and finally adopted by the City Council the 'Cireuit eourtr,: ,Seventh Judician -: < .
1% 4. Granted further assistance. to property abutting those streets-asIn I Mr. Little Informed Mr. Bryan that that would soon cause the hard and pushed to completion this improvement .Circuits..,'., . '., ,
#r i tKiasimmee'e band fo music that will paving work and assessments.Mr. the is willing to undertake and complete road fronySt. Cloud to the Brevard can now be viewed'by citUsens We- h.-.f.lthfuUTI.bOred,, i en the
((1'1':: enlarge; end make even setter what line to be ', Sanford with matters brought ' '
Carson'nyged the councilmen to Kisslmmee's lake-front bulk- county constructed. This j of pardonable before' us and ,have (k.
l'IS.; already is the best band la Florida instruct the city attorney to draw an heading without any'cash outlay from road would connect St. Cloud and later pride ;fc returned indictments for .all matters,

1.:. t.l. ordinance for action at their next the lake-front property owners or Kiiwimmee, with Melbourne, on t ''The"work was begun about two where the evidence'. irarranted ,us. in f''
o" 5r J, \ ,These are the, four major acts _of from the city. the east coast. (years 'ago with the dredge Clovis so doing .' '

Xisslmmee's City Council at its regular (Continued on page 8) "" ... He will accept certificates x in payment L. D. Frost F. F. II. Pope E. E. chartered by the Seminole Dredging "We have Investigated a large Dumber "

": monthly meeting. last Tuesday for his work--certificates: that Eley Sam Brimmer F. B. Munsell Company, composed of F. Mahoney of charges during'.our session In
"' 1t' night. ORPHAN HELPERS-ATTENTION. would be a lien against the propertyas and William Bircher comprised the and C. R. Walker and Mr. Ogram. I which the testimony,Indicated wrong, ;&Tl,H
t'"fo', f Four of the flve councilmen were All persons having cards to fill for provided by the law enacted by the commissioners to advertise for bids i Messrs. Walker and Mahoney are but insufficient to "'base,' "conviction" :
',i? .., 'present the benefit of the orphan children of last Legislature.To for the road"s construction. I Sanford men who have the best interest upon and under, such' : circumstances

'tf < -J. W. Thompson. Florida (Marcus C. Fagg being their show that he.m' ..a business Their request was re-enforced by of, the city at heart and were we have deemed"It"our, duty ,not 'to' '

M'. ,(.3 j.;M :Roma Thomas. State superintendent) will confer afa.or Mr. Little is coming to Kisslmmee to arguments by J. T. Barnard, assistant swilling I, to 'take a chance on finishIlsKlng put the! county and Sta.t4; 'to' expensesof
,"'?- i..w W. Carson on the Kisslmmee 'Woman'sClub discuss the matter with the council- engineer for the Florida State Road this great work for Sanford. prosecution.. .

i-t;;;;* Howell Bus.'e if they will fill them in part or men. Telegraphic notice of his ..visit Department.The. I This dredge could not do the ,work We feel that,, in the:;discharge" tour
\ :" 'f. Councilman Eugene Cv Bryan was in full and hand them in, either at 'appears above. board, after considerable discussion .'and wai sent 'bacl\, ,to Jacksonville duty we have acted with care and
''absent on a tour of inspection of bulk- the club meeting on Dec. 12, or to the I Another the standard 4 wasf'then conscientious "y'
.6. unanimously voted to rescindits one, regard of the obliga'' .
'. 'Steading. and dredging construction. at hostess at Hart Memorial building PRINTING 300,000,000 former action in advertising forbids brought -here and tab dredge has finished tion..re.ting upon us'as grand jurors.

i -various. ,.points'in Florida.,. who will turn them over to the for material for road between the work in fine, shape making W. ftn 'that"theN have ,,been, no J'

,. proper authorities. Kissimmee and Loughman and it also ''a record for good work' in a short high crimes committed In" the. county ;
MRS. J. M. WILLSON.. Pr RED CROSS SEALS '
' .' Action v For Bnlkh adinft( ..- s. voted unanimously to accede .to therequest 'space?of time. The dredge""' finished sines, the .)last session of'th.' court,, 'n
+ MRS. W.
"If. The City Council's action relative L. DUNN, Acting Sec'y, -" ,. -of the St.. Cloud district's delegation 'last Wednesday and Captain Hanson and In thiwe congratulate the community -

l11'. .. _, 'to: bulkheading !>rines'h.. acoom- A CARD! OF THANKSMrs. Sales .Red Cross Christmas. ls and -to advertise for bids for land crew left, rf the Standard. The ? "
'e'' \, -pllshment of that desirable and much- Hall and family and Mr and began in Florida on Thanksgiving day.! all of the roadway to be constructedby i'bulkhead now needs a few touches We call attention to, the ;condition "

y,(* ,'desired ,project Into the near future Mrs. A. W. Winn grateful All money obtained from their sale I the county at this time or in the here and there In the way of levellingoff I,of the'tol1et'located, upon the 'courthouse '!
,' .Jp**' ,"Thii'I. .not.. buncomb. Possibly to all friends/extend for kindness recognition is used in eradicating tuberculosis 'near, future. The advertisement ap- I and then the .brick streets will be I grounds 'and recommend. that:

.;} *. .>Jh. Valley Gazette writer is ,too opts shown in the occasion of the late! William (consumption) throughout the United pears elsewhere in the Valley Gazette finished to the water's edge and many i I It',be immediately .looker, after. aa thai
i .mistic, but such is the honefWto-l! Hall's illness and 'death. States. No'selling agent makes any this week.. .I other Improvements will,. be m de' in : become an..lIltary.and in.an ton.
..., r :goodness; 'aspectof' the situation to' profit from their sale. The specifications' ''recommended by the way of trees, ornamentals, boulevards '' satisfactory condition. "

"f' 4} ?>,lm., ,.A .. I Each seal used is a token of sympathy Mr: Barnard will be 'published next; walks,, and the Sanford lakefront 'I' We find the publio buildings in good

c ti* The" .f change In the situation Is due SEARS LEAVES\ .FOR and helpfulness.' week.' The: commissioners practically I will be one of the show place.1, order and commend the, caretaker,,of J
\ *',,largely if not entirely to the ..bun"e' , There an on sale in Kisslmmeeat have adpoted them as their own. 'i of> .Florida--From Tampa Tribune.. the courthouse, Mr. ,J. E.: .Bass, for the t

.+ ;"* of money NOW In'. Northern DUTIES' / I This means that'Kladmmee soon ,.1 excellent\ condition,, In which we find

'; {:,t z for' 'Investment ,in, such (and JNCONGRESS Wenner-Sawyer Store., '_' to have direct hard-road .connection! FLORIDA :IS BEST the house and for the 'manner-of,the
", ) projects. : Corner, Drug Store. -' ,, with the east coal via St. Cloud. In discharge" of Us duties.. .
:t k ... 1
-\!t" .. ',ypansi"year,-.and even six United States Representative W. J. Palace Drug Store. which'case this town wiJJ be the'crossroads I STATE POULTRY We have"(by'committee) inspectedthe'Jan i
m oritls ago it was more or less diffl"culj'iolflnd Sears: )left his Kisslmmee home last Osceola Pharmacy. point for middle Florida. It Is FOR ,and find; the sanitary! condition ?

!.t ;: funds for Improvement Sunday Washington D. C., where Roberson's Drug Store. recognized that the building of a hard "--- .of the"same'excellent and tha$
'Q f '.' ;fjlrQJeet8.'situate. this far south. Jie goes to take up his duties as Representative I Three hundred millions of Red Cross road between Klsslmmee and St. cloud PRICES MARKETS-FEED, CLIMATE (Continuedon, 'i'' .,') i
. . .
f. -
;ka -' *C :X\CARSON ACTION fronv.fche, Fourth Florida seals are.being printed. Coated on page e) .. AND SEA AIR GIVES -- '"

1'4 :*"Former State S.na"tor URGES C. A. Carson Congressional district.. Congress I I I ______________. u ___ __ 0_ __ , ._ _ uI THIS STATE SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES MORE; COOPERATION FOR

:.;4f "T"iC..V.,1.addressed tKe conncilmen and urged opened the winter session on Monday, Pine FOR EGGS AND FOWLS.
Land At Kis-
Strawberry ,
Dec. .
4.Lacy
.' LOCAL CITRUS GROWERS
.
"i:: V, 'that they : proceed under the legisla- ,.' ,
Mr.
.Ii j-y: ,;. ':t1ft'.aet.of: 1916 which proYideeJr Johnson Sea! private The citrus crop of all Florida runsabout '. -

; : ': *? "Provided: that the City Council may week secretary went to Washington a simrhee Yields Big Profits S6,000,000 annu.ll,.. KISSIMMEE O-:C.:A.. BECOMES
<'I;"! on -f by ordinance or resolution, provide fork ago today There I. one small city in California PARTICIPATING BRANCH OF

y the.peyinent such part of the cost CONVENTION"" .-. w.. -*. : : i It which doe. $4,000,000 trade annuallyin CO-OPERATIVE ORGANIZATION' H
r' |l'of such.Work or Improvements. falls ,STATE .' eggs and broilers and poultry sup -BEGINS OPERATION JAN. 1, '
f" Waf capon,the, city, for the proportion duet SECOND ARTICLE plies. Twenty years ago that town OR SOON AFTERWARDS.'", "t rAn
:...JIJ 7.the city for the construction of the"tt. OF WOMEN ACTS ON had an idea-today it is the largest :
. _, About Agriucubure Horticulture Aid Live Stock At KUshnntee
.. r.etreets ''and'.avenues from their pres- As4In egg-producing city in the world.W. important was taken by th.
;$" terminal to sat] bulkhead>> through PUBLIC QUESTIONSThe Osceola County.BY B. Powell secretary of the New Kiss mee Citrus Grower Association

; ( :the'reclaimed land; that the amounts Port.Richey Board of Trade, has gathered at the meeting held last Saturdayin
r: .....w" )'of.the assessments made against the State convention of the Florida EDITOR OF VALLEY GAZETTE.To much information on the hen, Manager Piano's office In the.packing .. '
k. property benefited by said bulkhead Federation of Women's Clubs mention in and its possibilities, with a view to house, vibe ndefinlteaction was "
"strawberry growing" Florida i. equivalent
J to mentioningtwo J
; ti"f Improvement shall be a lien upon the recently in session 1 fit Miami adopted widely separated towns in this State-Starke'and Plant City. interesting settlers in that line of taken .ndo..lne'the Exchange Supply

'\ : 01 property against which it is made resolutions concerning a number of These are Florida's two strawberry centers. The two locations are endeavor! ; and he is broad enough to Company of Tampa by,subscribing ', ,
." J'which lien may be enforced in any public questions, a synopsis of.which nearly 200 miles Starke it the Georgia Plant give the information to the State at for stock in that company.C. :
apart near boundary; City isinlhe '
,' action was E. Stewart, Jr.,business
of law below. Affirmative
".'. court or equity having jurisdiction appears jState's lower central section. large. manager '
t;: ,. ,It In the same manner that liens unanimous in each instance excepting BotK- are renowned for :their production of strawberries. Therefore,, The California egg city claims it is of the Florida Citrus Exchange. and n
' are enforced under the general lien on propositions 12 and 16: the logical location for the business, secretary-treasurer of the Exchange
naturally lake it for that the in
many peopler granted soil these localities is '
'i ;law of the State of Florida; that the 1. An act to prohibit the liquor of but it has nothing that Florida has Supply House,,with headquarters at:
i..it peculiarly adapted to cultivation fragaria: Virginians (alias "strawberry"). .
'
Tampa who was introduced by B. C.
method of making assessments shall traffic. .
t Whereas the similar that of relation
situation is to Hastings in to Irish I not.The
\ "be" provided by ordinance and shall 2. An act providing an equal suffrage three great factors for poultry Miller president of the association, II
Hastings's for production of Irish is because of
renown potatoes
potatoes.
1. k be in accordance with law and after amendment to the Constitution methods success are a sandy-loam soil, moderate spoke for some time to a most, attentive
improved farming and marketing employed by its Irish potato farmers
Y full notice to ,all parties in Interest; of the State of'Florida. I temperatures, moist sea air audience., He stated that cooperative a
week-and because of
-as .t.t"I..t not superexcellence or '
I. I that. the amount of each assessment 8. That women should be eligible adaptability of its soil or its climate.So super- I and (of course) well-drained land. supply companies were not untried ..i
shall in in- for election school officers.Continued Next Is the market Florida has the experiments and cited the fact ,
1.110 made be payable equal as y
it i. with the Starke and Plant
relations of City to strawberry produc- I ..w...
"7,..if'H; 'Btallments. covering a period of not ( on Page Eight.) tion. The fanners in these sections engage in the industry on an extensive (I market: as it I. nearer to the center that one has existed In California for'; ,;'Wr.. '
and Is in _. "
:exceeding ten ((10)) years, and shall I of population, and it has Cuba veers now a snore flourishing' .
,beer Interest at the rate of six per CORN CLUB BOYS GO; scale and. is authoritatively employ the best known known that methods strawberries of cultivation are grown and marketing.It successfully. from I I trailing -off the southern! end of the condition than at any time. In its his": if: f
) cent the it i.l tokr"t 'State. In Florida 'we raising theIsms tory. l
: 'per, annum from day Florida are .
l fixed and determined, and shall Immediately S. POTATO' CLUB NEXT to Alaska; that they do BEST on a MODERATELY RICH LOAM I. breed of chickens-White Leghorns \ Mr. Stewart aptly 'described this : t
SOIL that is moist but well dr.ined-euch: as is much of the land about Kissimmee. movement as the massing link' in 1
; : become a lien upon this ... I,| for eggs and Plymouth Rocks cooperation
'
-
3s until 'for' table In the Californiatown. ; and stated that it was endorsed ,
and ,remain such Hen use---as
property. A price of |30 offered'to the Corn The .advantage)lies, however, with the' more southerly Jocali e. For in by the government authoritiesat
,' C r Id." Clubs Osceola county by the County these are less 'danger from freezing (tho the .strawberry will withstand considerable I The of Washington. Be' further soundedthe
wholesale
price at
.SMALL COST TOtCITY. School Board to be applied) toward frost) and also a longer growing season. average eggs -
keynote in the situation when be
In California has been : ,
SO cents
y :_:"Mrs Carson made it clear that the paying the expenses of attending the ,, THERE. ARE THOUSANDS OF ACRES NEAR KISSIMMEE and other dozen; at Tampa, 85 "cents (fresh a I said that.the weakness of the .......plarm.1' '

councilmen thus had the power easilyto short course at Gainesville, has been :l I thousands. of acres hi OSCELOA COUNTY, that are equal to the best strawberry country eggs 2 cents higher and : )lays In the fact he always '
}compel the bulkheading of the lakefront awarded to Curti. Yates the of properly <
; son
I .land Stub shew.
Pleat wholesale '
City seller
ec can balanced ration 6 cents a and a retail buyer. 4

f'! '<$st4e-Abe and elty"Ikt.comparatively;treasury to taxpayers small-j Shingle Mr. and Creek Mrs' section.,Paul Yates, of. the I I .MORE THAN $500 FROM LESS THAN AN ACRE IN ONE SEASON.' higher; and in comparison eggs with theCalifornia He then: outlined of In, detail th..P: '$-.- ,.

,.w generally,' ., The .second. prise,'. $25t else to be S.'T:' F.D.ler'j; '' t'oubide the corporate. limits' of Kwsimmee,,.NETTED 'ration eggs ,at 80 cents posed work the, beginning.the 'company."At *:he "said.theoperations '.;; '
t'Tfce:city's share of the he than. $500< from nine-tenths' of of strawberries last' (Continued on Page Ten) w*
:. :" expense applied ofl'a short course scholarshipat more .> ? an acre season- ((1915He ,- > .. 1 will be limited > fertiliser,'
: 1il4 be for only one-third Ga1Demn.,'offered by;the Florida 16)r ; '
materials i suck
1 r. e embraced' in the. streets. East" Coast: Railway-was'awarded. to I "' .had on* :ndoas; leaf;acres in this crop*. From'nine-tenths.of an acre Bit; Price:Tor KK Kissimmec:Vegetables> l packing-bous.paper. ,nails, .box, materials\beltlng( ; as, ' '

through the benefited ,land- Clifford Lester, who" lives"."with his he kept 'careful record of'.his"sald.ad: his.gross' receipts.::,' From this.patch : '" ,'_ '------ .,: etc.),' .t.rmlmpleaa.nta..ato,repairs,'i .
I ., small 'portion, parents just east"of'the dty.:, ; ". :', :" he sold '5.216 quart*,' for.:which" he ;received SEVEN. .HUNDRED.. .... ... M; D./AleK&Dd.rlwboaeIa'llll'on e : 0 and gas engines.; ,; Increased'; '-demandwouloV ; 'J .:1
<
f : ;;n...::money t.ltus.Uobad becomery ,Both boys"loft Monday,for.Gainesville FOUR' DOLLARS.-. :* -'; / tO.His .. /.. the:Ditto Highway,,and,'a t.wroda: .of.'course.. brtnATs more oV;' islve >. '..I''**<"'
exlf
;sueb.that there would W no difficulty -tope gone oneweek.-, ', ". : record of'expenditures (work.'etc.) was' not. minutely' : pe.tMit-; be. north:,,of 'Klsslnunee, 'shipped peas 'operations.iffif. S, .

,. In'''dUposing.T"leiC:! :*,certificates< ; Issued }'A number of--other corn" sibibitinot KNOWS_ that easily more than $500 of the $754 gross receipts was NET. profit.t (English)'and beans last week to New 1 ,'Mr, StewarUpointed, :out. ihela*"'{:: &" .
Against the bulkieeded property One : Mr Faaaler with.his family, to Osceola'county'' from. Wisconsin York '.I'he..told for ; ( v *
'" grading so higea' these, yetwortby came* ; city.; .94 per mense..savinsTto. growers ,to buytftC..,.t .t
,C:: icego4.ond. house In particular:had. of prises,.,;.,e' yet who be six ran'.ago. 'He .has .been four years at I hir presed locaaon. .Firsl b* 'settled , .HAMPER> .The'"beans sold, for. S4 per these supplies In carload; fete and;b11'F;,
., .written ''repeatedly lttati'fos' laferm .judged ciUantI: ON pm.'are to six'nfles'fross.>town;.but traded. Us property there'that be. : tnight... ..bew1 HAMPER.: said that |n',Addition to t6.lnltlal*. } .
;=:s*..>-. "Ito "'61.1.P1r wortb.>> tlnaecl'OD r'I"f.y -) """ '- :.s r ,t'.' '(Cont1Q1I d. <>.. fa : : .
( &gsThr
\oj / ., '\. '" ;1>', ; -1 ,<0. r t..,',.., '" --'I.f;'' ,' "'1, f .J. I j c ." ..i. cont1.q. !' ... .,;. ,-j" \1. ... '"

.1, "> i . '' I.?'"". f, ."'"...'.'I:', "4:0.: <1.<..:."." =.AI"",".-."" '"" ... ,.\.""' :.1:.;''' f."fir" .t:..........' ...,.;w.-: .;..>;!."",,.,;;... .4..". ,yr'< ......".;: .iJ'. ..',""'";' ."",;' "-'","I.I/I..,.


r r w e i Ilry


,-
r y !


I -



.. "

"; PACE -' r _. THE KIS31MMEE VAI.tI1"C; : ZITTI _ \"' ., : FRIDAY: .DECEMKK >*; MU .

.... -:'
))7
TAKES.,'OFF. DANDRUFF, ?

*, T III'i Personal:Side Of,Florida's!! ; Governor-Beet i 'nAIR1T9PAL4.INGSoy. '' .. .

; THE .SHOEFIXTRY St. Cloud Department. : Your, Bairi'Gd's! cent hottfe 4y'

I .f DairfeHj right new_Alee'

Fred Ilenberg. Proprietor -' SIDNEY J. CATTS'AT; HOMK.' opposing candldatea'lD the. Democratic. I : '.w

d 'OUR 1. P., 'RobertsJr/* .. In the PensacolaNewe Florid prmiary 'election. Catts was .
"WONDER CTTT" FKOM
(Room. No. e, Fleming Building) ,NEWS AND NOTES OF THE OWN ,. given the ',certificate of nomination, Thin, brittle,'colorless'and;scraggy

Darlington .A..... i J 'I. hair is mute evidence of. m neglected
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT '
contested.
ec A few day ago the ,writer,was so but lost, it when Knott scalp, of dandruff-that awful scurf.

1 'I fortunate' as,to make a' visit to' the Catts then' announced as Independent There is nothing so destructive to '

running rooming house and homo of Governor-elect. Sidney' J. : candidate and on the 7th of Novem the hair as dandruff. It robe the hair h
The Priseilla club met on Friday: are a '
Catta. and to see the most-talked of. ber defeated Kno.tt ,by more than :of its lustre, Its strength and Its very
afternoon. Dec. 1, at the home of Ell restaurant ,,in the Cooper Block on 'life, eventually producing a feverish.,
man In Florida, and who Is receiving: 10,000 votes. Catts is a one-eyed'
McAllister, on Carolina avenue with Massachusetts avenue. ness and itching' of the which .
fourteen members and one visitor Mr. Ferguson died at his home on hU full share of comment'throughout II Baptist minister'nd is known ,I I i If not remedied causes aealpC' roots :
the the of Florida as shrink loosen and die then, the Jk
present After a short business 'session Pennsylvania avenue on Friday, December entire country, at home. throughout Stato I to ,
I hair falls out fast. A little Dan fine'
The strongest impression that' I "One-Eyed Catts.
the time was pleasantly spent in 1. The funeral services wen time will
tonight-now-any rarely ;
1 conversation and doing fancy work,, conducted by the Masons Saturday brouahtr': with me was this: The Looks to us like this is an oppor-I save your hair. X .* i ,

and after refreshments were served afternoon.. The family have the sym- people who have said such hard tune time for Judge Bohannon; i Get a 25 cent bottle(! Knowlton'a' J
**
the club adjourned to meet again in aathy of the community in their be- cruel things about this man certainly family to go down and see what it i Danderine from any drug store. You"" *'" f f j

Bring us your old shoe and I let two weeks at the home Of Mrs. Ruth reavement. I do not know him they know nothing looks like to see the Governor's mansion of surely It if can you have will beautiful just try a hair little and DanWderlne. lot ,> ;:'i :

ns fix them like new. All work Kenney( on Florida avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Kames have sold theiiproperty of his nature and have no con- in Florida occupied by Catts 'I Save your hair! Try'itl' I. I 1.-;
ception of his personality.. It I. a i '
here and left
,, nY guaranteed. .. W. A. Drawdy was a caller at Kis- Wednesdajfor and "One-Eyed Catts" at that. : t I
1 simmee Tuesday. Southern California. well-established proposition that in Vegetable silk, like silk cotton, and sy<<
, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA on In his home life a man reveals his I valuable only for stuffing, is ,
4 tf Miss Bird, who has been spending Children take BALLARD'S IIORE-: made'I'
I The New York Veterans' associa- true disposition. I do not believe that from the seeds of a Brazilian tree. ...
time with friends here, expectsto
some HOUND SYRUP WILLINGLY because ;
any man can be so considerate, as e
tion met Tuesday afternoon in Oak +''I
'I leave Thursday for her home in tender, as simple in his life at honftas it tastes nice. There isn't a better I, be In % .:.w
Grove Park, with 76 members present I A sheep may sheared 4 .mini ..
REMEp j Minnesota. A. returned last five new members being taken in this man I. and then go out and I remedy anywhere for chIldren'scoughs I utes by machine, whereas it required "rr
I Mrs W. Drawdy
.Nl! OM hoarseness and bronchitis.
' ACH several and the following officers were. elected do the terrible things of which Sidney ,, 15 minutes to do the work by hand. 1 z'I'
froubl. I Friday after spending days :* J. Catts has been accused. No, I It's[ a good medicine and easy to take. | .--.- - r-* \t.
WILL CONVINCE: ;: with her sister at Waverly. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 bottle. j cards the :
ONE DOSE! I President J. W. Franker. don't believe them; neither do I be- per Visiting printed; by Valley )-' ,.,.t-

Gall Stones, Cancer ana Ulcers of the} I morning G. M .from Brown a visit returned to the Wednesday North. Vice-president, J. J. Hill. lieve that anybody else would believe Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. I I Gazette Job Department , ',&.,

d. J Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxi- C. H and daughter of St Secretary and treasurer, C. A. Rob- them after a glimpse into his home. . '
Capeau
cation, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis I inson. No matter what they! say about old ''\.
, Fla. through St.
I r' Augustine, came
and other fatal ailments result from Cloud Tuesday their from Mrs C. A. Robinton was reappointed Catts not being a regular preacher, ,
Stomach Trouble. Thousands of on on way correspondent. he is one. Tho writer was born and
'
k Stomach Sufferers owe .their complete the Th East Muses Coast.Ide pleasantly enter- Splendid press music was' furnished by reared hi a preacher's-,family, and if I I The favorite Store of -KitsimmeeFURNITURE i 1 .;.:

there is any one thing. this world
: recovery to Mayr's Wonderful tained a number of their friends at the St. Cloud Drum Corps.

; Remedy. Unlike any other; for Stom- tb.Pir home on Thanksgiving evening. Mrs. Davies had charge of the pro- that you can't fool him about it is .
' for the social hour and there the atmosphere around the home of areacher.
Gertrude gram
and Mrs.
L. L. Lucas
'
Roberson recitations and readings. > :. He can tel the minute begets
of Capt. and Mrs. were songs
Purdy, daughter ?
The next meeting will be held the inside the gate when he is at a
married
Frost of this place, were
:
preacher's house, and he found the
I first Tuesday in January in Oak
THE fLORIDAHETALPROWJCTSGa :Monday at 10 o'clock by Rev. J. B.
Catta home a typical preacher's home .
Westcott at the home of tM bride on Grove Park, if weather is favorableand .'1/ ;
volunteers will clean the park -a home good enough to entertain I

Florida avenue. The bride and groom and seats, and dinner up will be anybody, yet where! the humblest can 1 1feel
have the good wishes of the) community repair I
and life. The served by the ladies of the associ- perfectly at ease. .j tlO WE HAVE IT !
for a long happy ,
ation. Although his enemies lead one to fi
wedded left Monday even- :
newly pair
MANUFACTURE believe that Sidney J. Catts' chief delight v :6
for Tarpon Springs.W *..
ing The L. L. Mitchell, G. A. R. Post, is in leading mobs to burn and
.S. Alyea made a business trip to t..
devastate and to string men
property
held their regulsV weekly meeting on r l

Orlando Miss Edith on Wednesday.Jenness is visiting; at Friday afternoon, when the following up by their necks and riddle their IB connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete ,;h\. rI" 1

the home of C. L. Bandy of Kissimmee officers were elected. bodies with bullets, I am sure that his Has of flll1 ture. We make a specialty of outfitting .homes, and \ "t'

MATERIAL 9 Commander, James Goff. happiest moments are spent in his handle reliable ;.
week. f.
this
( WRITE TOOAY"H" SPECIAL Senior Vice Commander, D. Q. modest home at DeFuniak Springs I "'
rod UTALO&UES QUOTA 1ONS Mr. Craig has sold his property on his : '
surrounded by his family- wife, ;
?,"y JACKSONVILLE. - -. .FLA. New York avenue to Col. E. F. Lock- Bower. Bed Room Furniture Dining
his his
Junior Vice Commander, W. II children and ((1 came near i;
wood of Coscob, Conn.
w writing 4t grandchildren, but there
Mr. Claud Johnson, editor of the Kenney. Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor -
Chaplain, Rev. J. B. Westcott. i is only one) grandchild. And say, if ,

I MUSTANGFor St. Cloud Tribune, made a. business Officer of the Day, J. W. Francher. you want to see the Governor lose Interest Suits Odd Chairs Rockers "

trip to Orlando on Tuesday.Ed Guards, Mr. Stewart and A. N. in the Sturkie resolutions, the .- "" 'r

George's Ford tractor has prov- Gardeens" and everything else, Just Couches Etc.This '
Sprainssameness/ ed very satisfactory in grading the Cooley. .
Sergeant Major, Mr. Currier. catch him with that two-year-old
Sores Cuts Rheumatism
k a streets. Eleven delegates were elected to grandson, the little son of Mr. and 1.t.
orchestra I II -
Penetrate and Heal We are getting a good '
e4 attend the State to be Irs. Kempster Paderick.. is just is ;
school. encampment store making a record for itself in the matter of .t.
Methodist Sunday
in the "
.
e Stop Pain At Once I now Mr. Decker took a picnic party on I,I Mid at Kissimmee some time in the simply the greatest boy In the world helping peopl. t. outfit homes. Come and sea Oar prices are ,
For Man and Beast spring. -the Governor admits it. and I'd be :;: t'I
r
the lake to Wildwood right. '
It Tuesday across ,
t 2Sc: SOc.$l. At AU DeaJ...... 1 ---- sorry' for the man who tried to con- _ '4'j'1'} '
Grove. vince him otherwise. He is, indeed, = .- '. ..,
Quite a number of St. Cloud peo- RELIGIOUS NOTICES a bright little Cattocrat with all the \, ....

b LINI.MENT.FOR ple were in bathing on Tuesday. earmarks of the "old man," and will TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: :
given I
The Home Coming Banquet BETHEL BAPTIST MISSION. probably be no stranger In. Florida .

at the new St. Cloud Hotel on Services on Sunday.Dec:. 1\( will long. '*
; l'
Thanksgiving evening was' well attended be) at-follows: .( It,is a pity, that 'more of-,the 'people Ne ,saner'!hat Ida* of aa Engine you have-Gas, Steam,. > ;

i aa 'was also the dance given Sunday school'.10 a. m/'-R..A. Bow.: of Florida cannot sea more of'the Railroad or. Stationary Eagiae=w. have exactly the ToolsM. : 4

afterward at the G. A..,R.. Hall,',,the en, superintendent.. ,., 'y, < private life of the man whose publiclife sad ia. yew everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc, .;"., .. .rri

music being furnished, ? by. 1 the. r,St. Preaching at 6:45;: p. m.: by.the:pas- has been so much'" paraded before all of the- best-" quality and workmanship at prices aLalwiD: ' ;: ,l

: SAWMIII Cloud Orchestra. held in tor. Subject: "A Sevenfold Proposi them. If they could It', a cinch surprise yon. This store lau the reputation handling only .

MACMIN RY Communion service's were Dec. 3. tion." they would be better acquainted with hardware that .is of superior quality and yon win make ao mistake ' '. 'E

the M E. Church Sunday, in I Prayer meeting on Wednesday and would think a great deal more of .ia cemiag here NOW and inspecting our big stock. /
AND W. I. Barber of Kissimmee was ,
I evening at 6:4b o'clock. their next Governor. ,"

: ALL SUPPLIES uhootinfr.St. Cloud on Tuosday and went quail I I You are more than welcome to a Y1,.'\

place in our congregation. KENTUCKY JUDGE STARTLEDBY
Write For Prices AnJ Mrs. Sarah Norris and Mrs. Clara REV. J. J. FARMER, Pastor.

,+ Catalogue Sims of were Mrs the Lydia frueittt Daugherty on Thanksgiving and-I PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCIt. FLORIDA, ELECTION'.' NEWS Osceola Hardware Company ,.?t

family on Carolina avenue. I From Glasgow (Ky.) Times.
Philo E. Green superintendent of I
John Daniels And family have .
:Mr
15k Sunday school work for Alabama and
-
moved into their new bungalow on One day about a year ago, there ,
Florida in the Church
( Presbyterian ,
Ohio appeared in Glasgow, a man, rather -
avenue. in the United States of America).
!Mr Theodore Deschner's new con- peculiar in action, and with one eye *** "*** l *** Ml* i M* ***Mn *M* ftr **"'*r i* a *>
4hi RENTRooms w- tfvNrUVI.rrv
will speak at the Presbyterian clrnrchthm .j
hiA. rret. house on Eleventh street, between '1 He looked up Judge G. M. Bohannon -
afternoon at 3 o'clock and at 7
unfurnished and fuinishcd Ohio and Florida avenues, is and was recognized by the
unfurnished and furnished. o'clock tonight. He ranks high among
4 Houses completion. Judge as being a former roommate May-Stout Lumber Co.
Also city properties, farms, citrus, nearing: present-day workers All Sunday ;
trucking and lands for sal Vtr and Mrs. W. H. Tunnicliffe of of his at college] some thirty or forty
grazing 'school workers are cordially invitedto
"' New York, are located here for the years ago. Nobody knew why he DEALERS IN

THE[ [lilt REALTY.[ PARLORMRS. ,vinter and are pleasantly located in benefit attend these meetings and get came to Glasgow, nor is it known yet

Pennsylvania i thereby. -he just seems to have happened in. House Materials
on Building
the building of
SUMMERS Manager. Conn I Dr. Witherspoon, the pastor, will Naturally he was invited to the all

)' '207 Ba *t.. cor. Brack, N. KIs8immpe a\enue 1 preach Sunday morning "Christian
*
Sunday, Dec. 10, will be Old Folks'1)ay home of his former schoolmate. The Kinds
S Two blocks north of Christian church. Leadership in National Affairs." .
in the M E. Church and the gentleman finally elucidated the information

I choir will consist of the veterans and that he was land poor,
LAYMEN'S MEETING. Works
Novelty in Connection
their wiveS. having about $40,000 'Invested in cotton .
All men and boys arecordially
Hev Melmaker has resigned as pastor ground in Mississippi, but was
invited to attend the next meeting of AU we ask is let ns figure
that on estimates.
I of the Baptist church. unable to get any ready cash at your
Laymen's Christian Union ofKissimmee
The Veterans' Chub will move into the time. In other words he had strucka Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. ,
o'clock in the afternoon
3
-
Aso +* i A w ;l AR -* > >-' I ithe I'erry building on New York av- hard road and was up against it.

U lal M G ffhue formerly occupied by W. A.- .rooms.. at the Methodist Sabbath school After a week or ten days' visit in Phone 21 Kissimmee Ha. .,
: ,
I' )Jrnwdy') Variety Store. I Judge Bohannon's home, by a liberal
SHEETS FOR EVERY BINDER I Last Sunday's meeting was a glor- contribution fund from various -" -
... .
occupyinghi parties III
iA )lr) J. I n. Chumm is now -- -- t. n-lt V** s| fj0** e| au** pd ftjiwMesJl
ioun one and was richly enjoyed by
HIGH GRADE CATALOGUE new office back of Marine's drugstore ; he was able to proceed on his
i aU'present.. Come out and get a blessing -
on Pennsylvania avenue. way. He came In quietly and left

-J PRINTING > :Mrs G. Brewbaker and son, William that is waiting for you. quietly, and was hardly observed by oooo'oooooooooooo'ooo'oooO.tOooooooo. oooooooooo.oot..'

..CARLWe'HTIalaTAMPA and Mrs. Brewbaker"8 father,.I DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE. anybody while in* Glasgow, and being .. RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF

E R. Griffith, of Alma, Mich., are ZION'S REL1GIO-LITERARY SOCI reserved, he formed very few acquaintances

FLORIDA here for the winter and are pleasantIv ETY. while here. I TAMPA 1

located in the Slawson House on I The program for the Zion's Religlo- We skip four years and come to a SPECIAL : .

.mss-,: Maryland avenue. Literary Society at Pleasant Valleyfor few days after the. presidential election ': NOV. 6, SOUTHBOUND-NOV. 7, NORTHBOUND'' !.,

The garrison of the Army and Dec. 8, follows: when Judge.Bohannon was scanning "
I I
wANTEI) : \'avy' Union held their meeting Mon. I Subject: Christ's coming to the the political news of the na t ; SOUTHBOUND Stops only at points NORTHBOUND; :i'"ft. i

I., Allve Ford to act as our day< afternoon and had nomination of Nephites foretold. tion. Suddenly Jie saw something. No. 91 where time is NO> 92 ..:.''. '.._ .- yi i
owner
officers and one new member was .. Golden text: "And when the spirit, that made him read closer and closer, Daily_shown _Daily ;:3 i t.1i

(. representative. Earn upwards of mustered In. ceaseth strive with man, then com* for surely hie eyes or the paper ''One thiS AM LT. Jacksonville, Fla As' 7:30 PM'.' :, .m

fifty dollars. per', week. during your The Michigan association held their eth speedy destruction." : or the other,'was "wrong.:.For there in 1044 AM Ar. Palatka AI .5U' PM'

o 'spare;t ttm"J" f Write for particulars! meeting on Wednesday in G. A. R. Central thought In ,every ,natioitjj; biff:'h.eadlines.was. the) :announcement! "12:38 PM 'Ar.:" Saaford AI.,.. 4:0G PM' ;1 :. '

-; Act' 'First.O Hall They had dinner and an all-day race,;.v.ry'dispenaationerery that his former schoolmate-and visitor U20.PM. Orlando ''
Den't ;Walt- every ; t"I.w' Ay' 3:%% PM ..
years hack had been
meeting. i condition of. life' or 'deayh'the hum liSl'PM .Ar. KEssimmee,
:. ILARRINGTO,.,,, Ay' 2:52 'PM '. ;:
iL .:. Manufacturer,, r'o' The Priscilla club will hold their ble follower; of truth will be recognized elected Governor of Florida and .he '3:07PM Ar..Lakeland Ay' 1I3&PM j t .

." '. nual bazaar-in the-old G.,'A.. R. "and_ adequately.,reward edk_ ;. .i wu non.! other than Sidneyr Catts.who'had .t ,..3J28.PM Ar.: Plant.c7, ,Ar" 1Z0 PM

'*CARBURETORS', MOHTOR". : Hall on Saturday, 'Dec. 9,-where they ;Meetings\ are: held-at..the'residenceofIL"Wd'RummelM.iutit I iron:,in'almost.peculiar.... ,and* 4:00 PM Ar.;,Tampa.,..tiF1a.A . ? I PM .... ,
ACCESSOBIES .
,'
i \ will! have all kinds:of food and fancy ';Valley j oyerwhelming manner t; : ? Obematlon Care :'l, Broiler'. . Buffet_ L.44124r5;ear.'t(
'
:X41-5: ..'.N.rth'er..f.reI.\: A.-i i :; I articles; Everybody,'.come waadphelp 6:8J.L\ ; ;. :ta. Friday.;'Visitors - CIIICAGOP.c. ... I ; "'j"w t. ; . _
>{
(along a good cause.The . -.j.\, : : Yitec1. .,- -h "r "W :) ,J. . "' ; --t.-
4, : t, n.t ; Ir '..r tF+ 7 Loyal's Woman's Class, ofthe ;.. -' ... 4--' .. .*.,,'Take'Y4M Orove'a/IeliiritJ. 1 II' -- 'I .Etlectivel4..;::71r..N.wiB. ; ha..: Tarn,*,.t .QtSO AIL, : >
gooceaed.if : w
!
fI/t/ Cowkta': dentiljh : \ .
.
Christian : }CHRISTIANCIi1TRCIG,1' 5' .
church, m.t4Tuesdayaftet'' ? '
: : I or" ._ .:iI 1'fbe Old Standard Grow' Tasteless 1 ;! VIA: *- -- ".:tSr' .

"wConae4a; 'id .Cetmiit Tpymioir''iie: } coon with Mn..I.nklu-.to.pnbhJup Bey. A..M.; Chiaholnv pastor'A( :the eniU:, i 'q.eqaaIIy valuable">"e*'.. ;"" ... .' 'o-. " '' r ..;o.I r tai

i, 'compeUed'to'wear l :'' black aiasa* .Wte!,' Cbt ;tmas 'poito .go ,.to-.<(U e/' y\- The? Book of:Jpooks ": Eveningltoyk* Qeneral. Tonic :beraaee-. oaUlaa the .I 0A.tT: ,iitl1 C Gp as.ne' w .. '' '"

"tf; 'leaving their,cell;"for,eite cLse. t ,, phans',... dome., :- , ; +no! be'recogtix ".Mr, and Mrs. StllWari.JleLaupiJnI sermonsnext'Sunday.Morning" IRAN It the Liver Drives Staadlrd1Rft rotld( i ot) .tbo' h-1; 'l.:
thej hiay/ .. Soattli 10
that <
r. "
der : aa41IcaUM .
eat'M.lad.r'the BIoo4' I ..
,. .. .
.. ... .. -. ... . ... .
\ "* toPielHI. ''' '' T ,,_ ... "' t. _. .
; "
and "
R",8)7'other prisoners...; ? . o atrlved frout Pennsylvania. .. Blrthright. ;;. ;I' rt. tip Ibail oIa Bystm:: 'SO. .tea /. L( "" ( : > I.,'
-
,',t t f -4t,..... ?;" ; u .1 w ."'. :'- ,.+,"" {." ,'!rXw, "ai"' ,' ;;"t.j. , '. ..: ." p''r :' 't gri;: '... " ; ,: ".\, .' ,,"- ..'" '. ''_, ..... ''''''i: MM. ''''r-. ,"''.''' .t '.. .' '.'''..,>(



." ., .. ,. .J r <' . ': : <.
:'J''i.. ,.., "
*
.
'
; .
.'. ,'DfCEMSEft 8,'HH' .THE LISSIItyIEE: VALLEY' GAZETTE . I,PACI I


c '; -_. '. "j'CALUMEliWIlEN1


?! CHRISTIAN. ENDEAVOR IN MRS MAMIfHALLflUNBS,f ', ,1.,1 Told! "By\Girls' Of' Osceola: : Canning Clubs, ] i >BILIOUS?, NO. !, STOP! ,


.. MEMBER f g!I"I iS ))1 ?iXow' are /puttlthedX" ..
I w (making four) of the,essays written came out to oar schoolhouse one day "
:
> t'W1; T" Westwell l"1.!, of ''Klssimmee; Is WAS. SICK IN" BEQ.FOR4; pt byo.ceola'COUfttT' .Craning Clot) Girls and ;talked f 'I thff"girh.tiwbre"bid} : % .n.i_ r. ,t.l3.re'i I
.% cIUHft.h1p.lup.rln. !descriptiveCof ;theitv/gTdenlrirf andcanning enough/to. So1a/th. Canning'CloV'and 'U! k
.; '''*he p. Christian MONTHS .AND'ONLY WEIGHED Raralia i To ny plaraatee--Oo'to anyetore'kad ing
5dzel'3 liver .
I
'
work the season endod. by told us what the other girls do- 'rOlIs
t','r."tendent for Sooth'Central district : Jn. weN rt40. cent'bottle. oi Dea
: ,6 POUND$.,. their I annual' exhibition xand "demonstrations ing/'and'I' thought' would like 'to Clui Yoar Slngglik Lint con's Liver T_ Take.a spoonful adU ..

,:i!| dor quotation -calendar'has-- ; f oar,theteonih 8tl1lanother- -comes 'forward ,and II 'in Klsslmmee ongNove8.10, be. a roemberd:, fl 1 ""' '1 Hi Bowils.'tTghl and It;make'yoa. doeant stralghtoBiyou feel ftDe't.Dd.Igorooa right ap
:. ( Gt December 'this' impressive who I last."t /Dorothy1Simmons' ;((Kisslm- I planted, any, tomatoes,; tqi, a. boxy ''(. y_ to p.lleek' t* the store sad
voiceto' the hundreds
adda bar '
:! ;mee'W1"Ote? "The "othe ls by and r when they' got large enough to Calomel makes'you sleki It's get j-onrmoney.; 1lod.oa's.Ilvet Tone
W
aid vice:. Whatsoever, : ye would that have .already indorsed' }Lhe wonderfulmedicineTanlae. Aline,,Bass (Center'park). Two others. transplant I set .them out man. horrible I Take a doa* ortae dangerous U destroying the sale. of calomel broense
. 'do :., MraMamie. };Hall, wekKf: '" open drug tonight and\, tomorrow you may low It i I. real ''I"erd entirety vegetable
do to ; be next '
,, menjshould you, ye even so : will printed ; fleld. First I dug up my ground with! work.- therefore it
day's .salivate-or'
< a } ; ea* not
who lives iat 805 Fourth''AvenueSouth ; : '
to. the n.? 1What.. a different sort, of : / / ': 2-I \ /.* a hoe, and then I raked It with a yard Calomel'' U mercury .-quicksilver make you sickv '. .'
Nashville, asys she'suffered for BYt ,DOROTHYVS1MMONS- rake '' which nausea Beerosis 01. the' bones. I that Poi
lived and then I planted my tomatoes guarantee one spoonful of
world this would be Jf one
\ l every' years a cl that,the trouble pas finally .! 'J a.. S1MMEE.;'":./ In;'rows. The plants were about two Calom.I,"wbea It'oomes into contact son's Liver Tone will put you sluggish
'-11\;,". rap tb drat! pronounced cancer of the stomach. I the Canning Club so I with sour bile crashes Into it,' breaking liver to work sad elate your bowels of
vj tialjin -. She also states that ehe had fallen offas Joined fruits' andvegetables feet( apart-! it vp.; This U when you feel that awful that) sour' .bile and, oooitlpatrt ......
,. Florida''Endeavorers with all could learn }how to can My garden, wasva'' tenth acre, Mr nausea and cramping.' If You ate slugrlah wbioh is clogging your syeteta and nak-
in'llne a result' of the trouble, 'until she and ;,so J .could help my 'garden watt near 'the house and and "all knocked out"., if your log you feel __raW.., I gnanatee that'a
Ididn't
b1i e and, workers, observed weighed only 88pounds, but that 'she mother on the surplus products liver I* torpid and bowel'osnatipated bottle *f Dodaoa's Liver Tone will
'. ''Thanksgiving day with,, a sunrise now weighs'115, again of ,19 pounds. in the garden and have to go very fr to tend to It. or you ha. headache, diaaineM, _tee! keep your entire family feeling fine for
;- Triyer meeting and baskets of food MI had a bad:form of stomach'trouble products grown The .0'0 in my garden was sandy tongue U breath is bad or .--... soar, months.; Gift U 14Na.' ,It U
the orchard. grand
-for the or instead of that flowers Hall in her oil. It was rich and a dark color: just; try a spoonful of harmless Dodaon'sLiver bandeau; doesn't. pa-z. like iU
poor said Mrs. relating remarkable I planted my garden on, a piece 'of Tone) tonight OB my guarantee.. I pl..oat task' ", ,,, ,
were given- to honored friends or. shutIns. case to a Tanlac representative new hammock land because. thoughtit I selected my piece-of ground because -

' ': ---...; lost much flesh and so I had to hoe the off
I was
"I" years. so soil was sandy. I had one-tenth of grass my pieceof
., -Everybody who possibly can should weak that I was. confined. to my room an acre. ground so I could transplantThe of stock: approximately WAN':i D

,
'i' : -.'young people which will convene. in head ached so bad I could hardly standIt land to get out all of the grass manure. I fertilized my tomatoes be divided into five annual payments AT . .'

J. .:Winter, Park, Dec. 27-81. Write R. W. at times. and; weeds and to soften the earth when I reset them.I of.about $400 each: the first tQ be paidon }4ALb.ed, UeJtea,

.'l-/J Greene' of that town for full particu- "Yes," she continued, "they actually because I thought. it would help. pruned my tomatoes, but I didn't March 1&, 1917, with Interest at 8 Coon' Hides, 'Skunk.
tars, We wish every one of our sod- had to me up in bed to takea fertilizer for stake of them.
I
.. prop I used commercial any planted the
per cent, the stock to,pay 8 per cent Hides, 'Fox :Hides,
eties could be repreented. Baptist drink of water, as I just couldn'thelp my tomatoes; that is all I used. I pieces I broke off, but they didn't live. dividends. '

.. jllnioners and Epworth Leaguers will ] myself at all. I lived on malted fertilized them .Jan. 15, and used The insects attacked my garden andI J. W. Miller seconded the -motion I Opossum Hides, Ot.
,
]
;pave their delegates in goodly num- milk and Graham crackers. couldn't tar Hides{
_JThe sixty pounds, which cost me $1.I get rid of them. They were which was carried, unanimously, and
u t :/'bets present, and Endeavorers need steady pains in my: chest made mo planted my seed in hills in the) the green worms. They would eat the a meeting of the board of directorswas Do.'t Sell Without';St wUf iFor'to
the profit just as much which the 'afraid had lung. trouble and head leaves I
my off. I
:/ tenth acre, and when they grew large would kill them with a called for Monday morning (Dec.
'Iti conference brings. ached so bad it seemed (Jike it would enough I reset them.I stick or else stamp them to death.' 4)), to work out the details :of..the W. B. MAKINSON CO.: .y

'1.0 I burst : cultivated my tomatoes by hoeing .I. used all of my tomatoes .at ,hohie. 1 local management. 1 I .. .
ft.. The Klsslmmee Valley Gazette recently "About a year ago I was taken to and harrowing them. I, did not prune. I didn't have very many; 'so I didn't Mr. Stewart expressed himself as .. '
gave much space to the address the hospital, the doctors saying I had i grade .to
nor stake my plants. or pack any : sell.I with the prompt .
highly gratified action -
,' lyen by' Mr. Fagg before'the Worn-I of the stomach. I.was nervous I didn't Robert Riedel .Cq. ,
I cancer boa I Caterpillars were the only insects grow* anything, . else on my. of the exchange' ,and,Jo. speaking .,
.an's'Club "
of its town. These friends elighto.tnoise '
all thin time tbat"th. ; tomatoes tenth'acre.:
was bothered \ith. My' 'manner in WORKS <
of the which the fruit J.now. is NOVELTY
i- -and thousands all over the State will would almost drive me' mad, and I
were growing fine until then. I killed When canned my fruit, -I peeledmy belnahandled at the company'spacking .
'rejoice that Thanksgiving. day gifts the pains in my back hurt me* so I part of the caterpillars, and. the rest guavas and cut them in halves house, he said he was surprised House Bills i Specialty. All,litirior n.lrt

'especially those by! school children, hardly ever got a night's rest. of them left before I did anything and took the seed out with a spoon ,;I to see how well the fruit was- W'UI"Door Frwsa., Wi"-' ,
were this year to the Home I Ii "M husband out of and sad Door Scrotmt,,
generous ,- was terribly else to fight. them. packed them in pint jars and put that It '
put up, stating was' really a
i Society, and that Mr. Fagg is recovering heart about me, as* the doctor said Between June 10 and July 12 I gath- the rubbers on the jars, and then the Phones Shop 2Ua Residence 217Darllnrtem .
_, .-. gradually from his serious 111ness. 'nothing. would save me but an opera ered 417 pounds of tomatoes. I sent lids, but 'I didn't seal them up tight I model ,pack. : .Ave. ,.Near Freight;. Dene

" .. I tion. -We had spent a lot of money for 110 pounds to market and used the : and I put a thick cloth in the bottom -

: medicines and it seemed like nothing. rest for homo uses.I of a pot and then I set the jars in 1I\J..... --oil-- ...... -oil-- ...... -oil-- 1'1II' ->III""' ...... -ole-- ..... '_-\i" ,,,
"A nleenew plan was tried in Tav- would do good. the and filled it '
any did not can my tomatoes, excepting pot up with cold water -
"" '.,"4,::.are.. AH. the C. E. committees met I I "Well, sir, I happened to see t> piece four cans we canned at one'of and let it come to a, boil; and I ) I efdMt

'"*t ..at the home. of their chairmen for a in the paper about Tanlac, and it told our meetings. I did not use the labelon let them boil twenty minutes, and then I.I .
; 'business meeting In November anddiscussed about a woman in Louisville that was them.: I took them out of the, water and seal- ,e.

;';," plans for future work Later ''suffering just exactly the same way I When were were making our baskets ed them tight .

t' ''0 the evening the various committees I wa! I begged. my husband to let me we had a good time, and we had The girls' label is the 4 H Brand;
.gathered at tho home of the president 1- :try I it and he said he had no faith in it, good times when we had our meet- and the H means Head, Heart, Hands
Miss Mcllvaine, and a social but he would get it if I wanted it. ings. at the scnoolhouse. and Health. .

"time was enjoyed by all. So he got a bottle and we kept it & I have learned to cook cabbage, tomatoes Miss Smith served ice cream and we

secret from the doctor. beans, etc.I made raffia bags at one of our club
'10;:..., 'In Miami, writes our press reporter "That was the best thing i ever did canned 24 jars of blackberries, 26 meetings.

Miss Wright, of the Presbyterian society in my life, for I began to feel better Jar. of guavas, 10'jars of guava. jelly, I have learned to can in glass sinceI

the Young People's, Club, which and gain weight with the' very first and 2 jars of preserves. joined f the ,club. .
fair some time brought the members of I dose. I had gone down so I didn't My work all cost me $1.15 and my My 'crop: was almost a complete I
different churches together in< a union I(weight but 96 pounds, but now, after profit war $23.19. failure. .I got about six pounds of

Service held-once a month, has beenrevived I(I taking. four bottles, I weigh 115=: flva The club work has taught me how tomatoes. .. .

after it was for a time su.- pounds more than 'I ever weighed in. to raise' a garden and how, to cook, ''J'he'club work, has helped nor Indifferent

'pended. This is a good fellowship my life. can, preserve, and make marmalade. ways. It has taught me how

1 '1>Ulu "I now feel strong and well and can to can fruit and bow"to make raffia

j+r", do all my housework. I can eat anything BY ALINE BASS-CENTER' PARK. bags. It baa taught me how to'work
Among items 4t growth over the -why, I actually ate A tomato The way I got interested! In'the the"emblem on the aprons.
'"South It Is said that the) C. E. societyat I had been taking Tanlac week, ---------- xu Itl ,,r.. ,
after a, -------------------------------- ;,
New Harmony, S. <6n In a country .
'- Presbyterian church, organized 5 new and agree that's'with'somethingthat me before." I have never no would more Mora, Co-Operatioi For Local Citron GrowersContiuued :I tfoned as the earliest possible date ," YOUR, HOLIDAY'WANTS..ARE ,

societies last year In, n.arb.ch teh... of those terrible pains alwj-1 am doing ( From' Page'! One.)' .. stating that the faction of the exchanges HERE '
SERVED
in subscribing the stockIn BEST
Did any Florida society/ do as well as tine In way. -
atti. "I every letter 'yesterday from auction which would be made at the' the company'would, have. much to. i m m mmti fmfmmf mai mfmmtfmf mmm mmmf mmtmmfmmm : .
got a my '
':"' W'Xarp : husband at Chattanooga,. and he said time of.purchase; dividends would be :f-do with this' date: .Ia I addition U a larger! :CM;of reg..Ur.goods, 'w.:'k T. aided. a ,,

: ; Lemmon: leader latie be had .bun two bottles of Tanlae and paid{ at stated times'' which', would Include "When can.-you get' that stock: sew depart eat of. .
_, "lenn'.rewel'" society near Orlando wag_ fine. I am 'going to 'Chattanooga the savings in full on all articles here?" was thenext query, to which '" ,TOTS, DOLLS AND NOVELTIES ? "

r, ' : is the new missionary superintendent Sunday, end I will sure take a purchased through the company dur- he replied: "As. soon a* the exchange All at rea oaable price Mail, orders receive: ...... attntiea.. W. e N

for South Central district bottle of Tanlac in my grip. This ing that time. gives us the notes for its apportionment '1.&7 your far ia accerdaace whk the .eat of year pwcksi. :

Miss Lemmon came from Canada ay few medicine just about laved my life and "Nothing," he bid, "will be of the stock." MAAS BROS. TAMPA FLA..

"years ago: and went right. to work in kept me from having to have an operation charged except'the actual coat of op- A. S. Nelson then made a motion ,

f.: "Florida Christian Endeavor. erating the 'company." This plan, he that the Kissimnvee Citrus Growers ... .. .. '\lit V ..,t.... .. 4A

"Yes," she continued, "you can'print explained, was decided upon so as 'to ,
Rev. George Waldron, of Tampa, it. I want everybody to know about Induce the manufacturers to make the

) ...who is State Congregational superintendent it. I don't think folks ought to be too lowest possible price without fear that ." A

"''J.. and an earnest C. E. man, modest to prevent all the suffering. this price will be made public / '
.' > vent to the societies of his denomination i Mr. Stewart said the company had

,,",: letters before the missionary they Surely can.thio is a most convincing case been incorporated already, with a cap- ,The Victrola is .. :

i, meeting data in November, urging of suffering and distress being. allevi- ital stock of $1,000,000, with Dr. J.H. 1

'it them to be loyal to "Christ and the ated by the use of a stomach corrective Ross of Florence Villa as president, : ... -, r -'.' .[ ....... ":' 1;, ';..:"."

'church: ; in giving for and studying and tonic which relieves the con- and that the co-operation of the sixty .

about the special demand for home dition that gives rise to" so many different exchanges now in operation in the ideal for Christmas '

'and foreign missions asked by their symptoms of deadly diseases. 'I I State, together with. some fifty "spe- 4 :

; :National Church Board. Rev. WaldronIs It is not claimed that Tanlac alone cal shippers," success of the project

doing in this way just what each produces flesh. This .great medicine would be Insured from the first. lie

church: ) demoniation represented in our frees the system from poisons arising. asked that the endorsement' of the ex- It is sure of.: a hearty
State Union should have one of its from the improper digestion. of the change and said: ,
'-'- leaders do at frequent intervals each food and helps nature turn the food "You must believe we are honest; welcome on Christmas :

year. "Lest we forget into strength and puts the body in you must believe that we are compe- -

,' GRACE A. TOWNSEND. .good working order. Then the body tent, and you must believe that we can m01"oing-and it will .
Interlachen, Fla., Dec. 4. gains back its normal weight as natur-. buy at the lowest possible figures." v, ,
: i He -stated that for the the -f
w 'ADVERTISED LETTERS. ally as water flows down hill. present be a favorite all year
'! j Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee exclusively company would have no warehouses, .
advertised
List of letters by the but would make contracts with manufacturers -
by J. Z. Roberson; in' St. I round. 4
1 Ktssimme postoffice for the two
who instead of Having
Cloud by Seminole Pharmacy; in ,
weeks ending Dec. 18, 1916: Bros. Adv.Greece's many small orders, would deal with The Victrola ''
Kenan.ville by Philips pleases a
,. Brown J. E. Bowen I I'
.Miss: Josephine one customer _and would have no bad
Raymond Beach, Felton Curry, L. J. debts the would .
.. Petroleum Springs. as Supply Company gives '
one-
". Corney, J. P. Daniels, Cornells Goffs, guarantee all orders. every every- o J:
Harper, May Smith, B. H. Petroleum springs in Greece, described -i M. 'D. t..Xarle before Here he was interrupted by body the kind of music -
by a historian of 400 years ,
'Janes; Miss Laccie Lewis, Mrs. Alexander, who. inquired If freightrates
'Rachel Mathews, L. McCraney, Miss Christ and viewed during the succeeding :- I' ''
would eat up the savings if this' they like best.
-6.. R, ,I., Scott, W. F. Taylor, ,Fenton M.,! 2,300 years- aa nothing more I method were followed.
than curiosities, are soon to be exploited .
ornton.e I Mr. Stewart replied that shipping And there's a Victrola
of the Vicinity.
by capitalists
'e' M \ B. B., SIMPSON, Postmaster. I, In small lots must be avoided, and he

.1\ )I r suggested .that orders for fertilizer, within the reach of all- 1 r

; for instance, placed for'a certain .

J"f,, .'Col A trinity of evfla. closely allied, that afflict analysis, and not for a certain brand, $15, $25 $40, $50, $75, \ :
; and which follow one on the would bring better results. He said '
moat people '
:" bs 'other, in the order named, until the last one that many of the details would haveto $100 $150, $200 $$250, $300 $350. :::' "';; : 1 .. 4 ".

through the system, be 'worked out to suit local conditions -
1"ug.,Cat: iTh\many- Is' spread evils. But thdr course.can bL' and he reminded, those 'present Come in and see the complete line. We'll gladly play avy a. '$
: the exch would have a'voice
that nce- '
'
,' : ;" ERIJNA CONQUERS l .f 1ft"'. setUlng e.'qu..tion. through music; ,you wish :to hear,, ,and explain ,,our, plan of easy. terms. '" 'Jl'
I ,: .
.;. value when used promptly for a cold uso-i their 'repr. entatlye, who would meet ,
of
It"
'Y r- frt tttn with the directors at Ta1n a.'He said a : i;r \ .., .'; r

+ '1 ::n t-F that;:.:r.r-ol,_ lD-: .. over Ihc'i ; that",W. (F,, ;Miller, manager: of-the N; ::1 : p ?BROWN' r -
ft, astory eoDd1t1011a. '
; the i
CbroaIe I would make
txtrrrhaopstn company, AIL..rIy visit to Pit :
ahsndIg 1UDctJaM.u4 toning :
their :
.
i-. seed m California_to, ..personallyInvestigatethe. : : and Victo1as I .
,
;
of these ft ,h-.safe-galdi bbte; It n.7 b'sss: ;\methods of .the 'supply.company .

t :r ti.' JabI raif" now iqop; 'rationtheraa '- H __/ ., 'r ... -...." ..' ", .... ...,....:..>.' 1r 1/- ,

e ,.dapp ; tl t- "When,..!will, <-thev-company?bejreadyforbusinessT" ,:fr I I "'" ,V't'' 1'L':'; ''' ''i KlSSIMMEE''FLr' : ; .... ; '
.. ... '. ; O J. .H." .. asked and .. . ...........
: .t. ? ; 'F- ,f ,t- , __- ,,, :;1cI....!.>.'., :,_.. -'" "!!' ," .
was the date Mr. Stewart iDea ,
als1 -*
: ,
.... .... .
' 'n! \," : .- :.
; 'f.,
a' !
0. "
"
"" ,f'! S .
.' .. .
,0"\1. ,
.I'. ; '''" '
) <
'I .," \ ; r ,- -,,". ... .i\'f' "
"1' ; .f .
1\
.. :. ., ,"t., ( ,
:,1'. 111 ',..:."'.y. .. "..'''', '' -:"' ",.,' :-J." r. J "



'. ',_. "'' ,,_ '. 'I' r .', . ..J.. '

'' ' FRIDAY' D!CIM8I1t'ttf;
lAGB'4 4 THE, CISSIHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE' ,

,'- . .



At P1aritcity: i FIa.a :.
:
Advertisement
Reap. 'Y"ou CommencingTHURSDAY
. /TOUR"RAILROAD FARE Op' 'r EyesThe DECEMBER' 1.
,
PAID-ROUND TRIP \ Florid'* Creates Christmas" "Dry.
The biggect sale ever held in Good Sal Starts.::

Plant Clt .'Florida opens Thursday Here {I. just the opportunity yon
December 7. Come to Plant "' have been looking for-now you
City and b ross of the many those OUT-,OF- il'.OWN 'NOTICE, have :the, chance to bay:wbat' are ,

,sands to participate. Hero you now ,", ,; , tides you have In mind /or. Christ*,

trsordlnary have the r b.rg.lnFradlca, .....gest aDd Moat"Far+.rmtturuftitl. Eyer Known" of in' HOI" da' _iW- Ornatea' *Start' at 9 O'fled'Sharp' the mas regular gifts f for, prien..I mB= below the ,' :,..1'

e tf childrenI I > Ororland,
', ,redncod thAt.70U. wiU need for THURSDAY DECEMBER" 7CHRISTMAS Santa Clans the Big Ferris.Wheel.
Cha lira. ryBMUIR
t and Charles
Chrttmaa I $ ,- '. ,, .. '.,. . c FRANK McGUIRE,'. .
+ Plant Qty, Ma- : . .. Plaat CUy. Florida.
Send us yonr-name and we will I Send u. your name and we will
'1 mail you our extra special news A CARMVALGIGANTIC mail. you our extra pedal newspaper .
1 paper edition, la which is quoted edition In which Is.'quoted '
cool t of prices '1
complete catalt< \ a complete catalogue COT.
:
cring reduction*:U1roIiCtOlit everydepartmmeent erlng reductions throughout eve
i i't
'

READ! I I SALE dePRE.D1: fJ


+ ..
and J3.50 LADIES' ; 75c SOc and 35c UN5e COATS' THREAD r ?

THREADu, .
Carnnwl sale I For toe boys and girlsCarnival 1 cum Powder -. Carnival Carnival sale
' auto parties purchasing $25 Blankets Shoes and Oxfords-Carnival sale price now 6c-- pricer
u J 5c I price now $3.45, V-13} Me price sale I price sale price now Ific Q* 34c<< IOc now, 2c'lleore
gallon 95c .48c 12C
r i 6 gallons rver ----------j-, 5c jusd __ _,. crew J _____ 95C now .. ---.1 a. and --____ "* and _.:_----------.1 spool Lu-------.._ 1 '


: is sale that conies to you now right ut>> to ChYVtlmaa affording you to buy your new Fall" Goods for leas than regular pries You now have your opportunity; to' get your supply of Christmas merchandiseyou f
4 a Plant .Cat '. 1wet sale extra ordinary, and in fact the largest and most far
need for pricee lower than ever. The lowest priced dry gooele ever attempted. reputed department store Inaugurate a '

reaching ever before known In Floriaa. 4.


A few lines{ ..f explanation are here' necessary! so that the people will know and appreciate the importune of this Christmas i
l a j THE REASON IS PLAIN AND SIMPLE CarmvaJ sale.merchandiAse that will startle the most conservative. We decided to place on sale at the most radical reductions ;
W all I the : every department In our store, including all the new Christmas merchandise and Christmas r'
i
s to puke room next month for new Spring merchandise.! Fullyrealising that reductions such 'a. have never been presented would the sale of theae goods. The people will know the great ...-,'
y 4 Toys of established record of Frank cGuire-bandling merchandise of the very best clan eoperating upon the moat conservative methods; we have never inaugurated a sale of such extraordinary
magnitude many yean as this; we have never made any. assertions without fulfitlwig them and doing just ** we advertise. and during this Christmas Carnival Gigantic sale we will, as heretofore, zealously live' up. to j 1

i' r our reputation. Our guarantee goes with every-purchase.

"Y 4 1 December 7 to Saturday December 23 And now find then in offering! these ,bargains we make no reservation and include and placo nt your dis-
" el Thursday, A* posal: every article econtained this stock. Bear in mind the following items are merely representative aridconvey ,,
to you only a faint idea of what you can save. The prices quoted *pe ,on a small portion of this stock njy, for if we should attempt to quote prices on all of the merchandise it would require the "'r i
K
space of a twenty-ffour page newspaper. Out-of-town trade notice we pay your railroad fare on all ygrehases of $25.()() or over.

,

; READ THESE PRICES FRANK McGUIRE, LANT CITY, FLA: READ THESE PRICES. .


;
$ .50, $2.50 AND $1.50 U5Do.and 12.50 $5.0. $330 AND 2.50 75c, SOc and SSc CORset 7Sc and SOc ELASTIC 5e PAPER PINS-AND 35c 25e and lOe t,
Smith Axminster, Rugs, 27 Men's Suits; all the new Ladies' afternoon and Coven and Muslin Seam Drawers-Carnival Christmas decorations; '
? x54 and 86x72--Carnival fall styles Carnival sale street Dreeses! -Carnival Drawers- Carnival Bale Yarn--Carnival saleprice wreaths, garlands, tinsel-

1 aale: price $1.45 price new $846---$7 45 1AtPar''__:$1.95.950. price. now.48c, 24c .11 I I sale ,price now 4c .34c now ., 1 1C Carnival sale__price ::3c! lt'j '
a 65c and ___.._ $ and --- --------- u and -------------- --------- lie, 7c and ______._
.
i 9&e and _____ _____.

1t

, TOY ANIMALS $UO MEN'S ELK .$15.00 and 12.50 $2.00, $1.50 'and $1.00 35c, 25e and lOc LACES 2e, 15c and lOe LAD- \"t/

c i 5e ARMOUR'S Carnlfor HAMmer 5e Christmas; Elephants, Work: Shoes Carnival Men's ep.i le--Carniinval every;saleanjdcc.nT..7:9.6.$6.45 Boys Pants -,.- Carnival! and Embl'Oiderie---Caml. ies' Christmas Handier-,
Soap Special new embroidered--Car*
sale price, now 95c val sale price now 8cq cJ. '
sale : y I
: Lions, Horses--Car1 nnival price $2,25 34c l sale price now 4- .
2c* sale now __ _______ ? 42c and -- --------. 6c and --------------* 12c. 8c and ...... K "
bar _....____.__. price now. u ------ I '.


1 t $3.00. $3.50 and 2.50 20e: Fine Christmas 75c. SOc and 35c $5.00, 3.50 and $"2.50 $25.00 and $15.00 La$5.00, 3.50 and 2.50 !5c. 25c and _15c 1 15c and 12fte Bleach ... ;
ladtes and misses' Candle, after dinner Pvngalow and Kitchen Lad)es' and Misses'! dies' and Misses' Ladies' and MissesSHrts -' Dress Ginghams, Percales I. ed and Unbleached '

crepe de chine WaistsCarnival mints, eecoanuts, bon- Aprons--Carnival sale Sweaters: ; Carnival Suits; Carnival sal ; Carnival saleprice and Shirtings; Muslin, yd. wide Carnival ; f
chocolates Carnival sale pn_ now 2.95, Carnival sale price sale p rice'now
sale bons
: price ; '
price now 48c, 1 Of34o $1.45 price now S645 now$1.95 95c now for 16c, for lie n. :
new.$2.04.), ",45 sale price, Of OL _________.__ 95c _._. andi______ 11,1C
and _
+ and -.....-. 95c now half pollnd.,- and ...... .nd $12.45 $1.45 12c and ____. and______________ OC
a .....


i IQc Fill*.Toilet : lOe Spools Crochet $2.50. $1.0 and $1.00Ladies' SOc Gartersand and 25e Suspenders Men's

1c .r-8weet!\ Meadow and Cotton, Bucilla and finest imported Handkerchief 4
other Carnival' .sale9price San Silk Carnival pure Silk Hose; Carni- }
;
} II vale and Hose for the.Car
sole
price
now
,
40 sale price spool I
now. OrI. e price,
4e. a now
ant ...,...,_,.L now 6c and_______ I $1.48 and=95c___________48c 18ca12eale: Ofand \
I I. .. i POOL -_________.,____OL ;G
e ;
f ,
NOW
$15.00, $12.50 and ' ;
$2JO. $1JIO and $1.00 '1.50 and $1.00 Men's
w' Charlie ChapHni, lndlaiu $8.50 Rugs, 9x12 and m. w TOUP r 'p Overalls, Jumpers, Kai $5.00,13.50 and $2.50 .-1'

I SoldSers, Boy 7x9 Axminster and Kai Pants, leatherwork Silk and Crepe Karaon-' .' k
+. Scout, non-breakable wool fiber; Carnival i TO- UP TO :. Gloves; CamiCarnival sale price ,- t tg
...Carnival sale price val sale price, now$1.95, $1.45
.g now $l,4S.,95c, 64c sale price,non $4.95 CHRISTMASCOMMENCING M CHRISTMASCOMMENCING 96c_, 6c aid,...---.DrC and! .---.________..95c .;
and ........._.. $9.75.$7.45 d J .
5 1
.
THURSDAY 65o and boa .Bleached ,

t i $6.00.. $3.50, and. $2.0 $7.50.Royal! Suits$5.00: ,and,Carnivalgalaj $f50, THURSDAY, t + tr p 40, +btl G $1.59.Muslin$1.00 Gowns and, Ted 75e yand and unbleached 10-4 9-4 ,, h'y r
Carnival 1 ;
'
Comforts t Bears Carnival sale +
y sale QRr \ >ricenow V\ .95 ) 1 0 r qJ DECEMBERTO, es ; Carnival I &J priSheetingg) ..
price5now andw N
v $2.411 _. $3.45,$2.95 frcce'd78: : ___38e now and_for_66c __ __34c .
L --- -?- t
,
,

and $1.50 $5.00, $3.0 and. f2.50Men's .
$350. $2.50 Mcn'a Sweaters,; Car- 35e 25e and lOc Gran$5.00. $3.50 andMen's 2.50 '
t4 Stetson Carnival Shape nn il sale price, now ,, ite and EnamcDwnre; Pants; Carnivalsale i""
j. Felt Hats- $215$1.45 Glasswai Chinaware; price now $3.45 f }"
aale price,-now 95c SATURDAYDECEMBER
____ 34c and. SATURDAY Carnival price CLf $1.95 %
yr $1.45,95c and -------------- now 12c, 8c end.01 and_____________ 0 DC$1J i.

w .y f I
DECEMBER ;:
$2.50. $1.50 and $1.00Ladies' 750. $5.00 and $3.50 e $1.50. $1.00 and 75e ...
fine Purses Girls' and Children'sCarnival >0, $1.00 and 75c Ladies' Ribbed Skim +.
Bed Sheets, full size
L Handbags ;
and and
and Drawers and
rl' + Coats; Carnival sale price I[
'1 Christmas Carnival sale gifts price-, price, now $1.95, KAH ROAD FA RCTOALL Ot/r<>*rOHWFfANK r 84c 68c sale Union Suits, now; Carnival '
and---------------C
now $1.45, 95c $1.45 .95c () 64c Brice 34c I

1 and. _________ 48c and .1---------- .# StA"/.Q(1J.. lES M9GUIRE'SDEPARTMENT ::--=.::.:.._ "

G StLKHOSl STORE 12c Apron Gingham $3.50. 2.50 and 1.50
b .$15.00 and $12.50 SSc, 25e and 12Vie FO. C'II'NI.sTHAJ' and Outing Flannel Mute Flannel Shirts;
n m' Ladies' and Misses' Turkish and Huck PLANT CITY, TLORIDA and Percale; Carnival Carnival Bale. price ',
Carnival sale Towels; Carnival sale sale price Qr now $1.95, 95c
+ 1" price Coats-now, price, now 16c, Cf now____.____ OL and____._ 58c ,
.+ IS,45 and -__. 54.95 12c, 8c and._____ Ot } .. .

/r $1.50 i, $1.00 ass '75c : and 25e LAD- SSc. 25c and 15c TABLE $1.i'0, $1.00 and 75c
and $1.00 $6.50 and $5.00 Florsheim Drees Goods in all the new SilkS0e lisle and Men's Dress Shirt andWork
and $10.50 LAD$3.50, $2.50 ice
$12.00 .
' .. novelty high Carnivalaale and Crawford Men novelties also solid colors; I ribbed; Carnival sale price Napkins; Carnival sale Shirts; Carnival ale. ,
les' two-tone Ladies Corsets .
; Carnival sale I
Shoes; Carnival price now price now each 12c, Or
top Boots;; Carnival sale price now $1.45, 48c price now $4.95 *Q QK for 86c 32eale now .34c 16c Qr*> 8c and "ISJ and price.now 95c, 48c ..34c35e. 1 1i
and ---------- -------------
*Ui3J 22c --- --------------
p.. p rice---$5.95 95c and and ----------- d'
__ ---- --- an -------------

$1. 0. $1.00 and 75cSilks $2.00 1.00 aad SOeMen's 75c. SOe and 35c M_'. $ >0. $2.50 and $1.00Ladies' 25e and lye Boys',. ;
$4.00 Ladies' High Top Shirt. and Drawer, Silk ; Children's and Girls' Hose t
Carnival Peritticoats
and $1.50 Foulards, Poplinsand Silk Neckwear;
'UOt. $2JO \ Carnival I sale lisle Carnival!
Carnival Shoes and tow quarters; Taffeta Carnival sale union suits; Carnival sale and ribbed.
: 22c.
Bed preada; Sale now Qr16eand 96c
price j1.9b
& $1.96' Carnival sale price now 78c. 34c now 95c, 48c OOf -OL : ________ 48c sale price now 24c, 8cSata
sale and price_now_ .*.. OCf95e ___.95e ins ---_ -----__.28c and -- _-- -- ___ _------- --- and --- -_. 14c and '___.
f -- "
4
L-l -_-_ ._ L 1 II I -I I .

11 ClausToyland Bring the Children Toyland--Santa Claus HRING DAD AND THE LAD i

'''n UP TO CHRISTMAS Fun and Entertainment for All In
CommencingThdrsday, Dec. 7, to Saturday Dec. 23 TOYLAND. I
to Christmas, I
Every Day Commencing Every Day Up GIGANTIC SALE ..rtThe i.H Ferris WheeL' t \w
A CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL
y Thursday December 7 Solders, .
!. Carnival Cigna tic' Sale. Make your preparations lndiane If-ra. Lion, Tig.n F
To Saturday. December 23 People will come to Plant City to this ChrUtama Steam
Over 1'0 0 0 0 now to tome kern Wr.U; at ODdt and get d.pa.erlcatalope. Extra Oiristmaa newspaper edition CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE ft,
carloads of freight-required
Over 2 In which ia quoted complete price Us*. Also in .
thia shipment--bought specifically price and every statement ie caaraaw.ed-.ad. to forestalland Special holiday bates suitable' asgift
,- in preparation of.this Every purchase,, poaZble skVptlcii every we hereby agree to refund you your money unhesitatingly, token (n almost any article "
Read This Guarantee prevent .a ,Make, thus aa.aringeaek, aad every customer an absolute com- you could think of '
f' CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL or'exchange. any purchase 7- A CHRISTMAS CARNIYAbk I
w
.' SALE pllance with this ad, rtIae-&. Attend thla aariat.Cand.aJ Gigantic Bale December 7 to December 23 Gigantic. Sale Cemmesdnr. i.- to :,,
GIGANTIC J
', Take Notice .... railned tar to sarau- -*- Out-of-Town t Customers ssjr-i UasI& aA' witk as addiUoI' 1
'' Frank MeGulre'a Dept. Store .f_ CO wile hen for Cuiatu erdaaad1 e aad Frank MG a Ire'a Dept. Stare- ' ;. ,I, .

; Plat City. Fla. 7by.force f.has tIMa beet ehdldren ee&ahUahed, and f.to badle tie esdssiv the Increased beDeftt and of thia oat-of-tewa"ariatataVCarnival 1 aaIthat. Glgaati will 'tern* fiats Read, pricea carefully. Plant. .Qty ,.,...,,..- ." '', ".


'i ,' -:.-- _. SANTA c'LA' S..V_ L' .1 : HAPPYLAND 3KTEUTAIFMENT; !: ; ,:

''J'iVSIC' TOYLA.ND.. .. ,
$ .
1;.' .:? ... .
.

; FRBB.Ra1Jr.4'1", -.... '.-- .,IRA"NK A M 'I 'GUIBE''S'' "Do'spar m.i n t_.I I,StoreJ, ._. .j4I r;;,.

.M ,fi.M,, ; .
:
.
,' ; ._. . ;. : !
.; : ... ... .:.. .._ l' -: I
". .... .Jo': _. _. ... -'. J. . ." ei'.Towm.Trade
.. + : ; : ':; p;; W + ''')a v '- > '
f. iT.w'f'Ta4e ; . 1IANA4 FANT: OFDAhAMCOLDMArIOF:; CI1ICIIGO'ftiI, 3' ,: .. : : . -. I
): ;.2's a" ui y.:' ._ !yi.d PVBLTCIPY'CAMPAIGN UNDER prC1TON,AND: . .. y : X. :.r.Minrll( *tea.iS . .,. ")

y5 yy mf,. 1\.01"\ 1 .:11: .. U .lo 11.---t-. b .r.aar....--.-.,.- *. ....,., . .,,.. :
,,..
,
:_ r, :, - : 1'i. -"'F.".. 'nit 0 K ."'l''''" .... .fi ...
,.. "
: = y .v -"w' ,_I. _- -GwwN, ... --: '; lip ,:, .' : :
: *( ; J
j ,
...
.
.
< '
!P ).*_ ... 1: '" Myy /a.
";'>

L '? < .: ;;''''!-'''



..:' ,.. yyr I I'h ,

FtltftY.> ; MClMtiR A;J!lf THE' :>&: riSSIMMEE 'YA L L Z Y GAZETTE ?
m
PAGES
.. _..__.._-_._ _..._._.
,,
./" (............ u. .. (u t''..... It...'..i.........i i.o1" ..........t Sports ClothesAre 1Tiia 'hion--- r t n :

'. .'" ..... / .' w HART MEMORIAL AFFAIRS ;

Color; "N'J te:Is 'MostProlriinent ..
c Cold Storage for Fresh Meats ; ; ..-

"".".' ,-. '
L *.. '. w J .ispedat""Correbpoodena.j( ) -fT tome of ,eie' other oolors1demand; | I.11'' KU.im.ee',. Chk,Cesler-P.blk' Library PmUic 1 i.. ..., F....;;[ aI.

r Storage. Rat He6'I'iP'eniber'' ;; ., '.t: r ljE\'{T YORK Dec.'6.-..TheyashJiiWable : New Skat'nf Sete.Thew c. lie. Ret R...;;PaUk. PJaljr Grawsds. .,' L( ';",
V"V J Vv: .? \v> ? ; (;' spor\to'\ ,indulge'injthisJwlnUr:, :is .afe.lov.ly i sets of long mufflers , ,
.
:': .:Storage on all Meats,?1-2 J#ent(pound i,j ifteen'Days.. skating -there Isl, n4..t about it. and caps to be wore with sweaty .. r.

.*..' :Curing Pork' ready for smoking; ,1.. l-2c. per_pound, Every on. has taken skating with ers and'separato: skirts"". 'TheM.com."'TuesdayEnUrtalaraents 1' The Begin.. day to .all who attend! i .":"Q
/ Tuesday .
/ 3 i ,'y ," I ksTmuch ardor as'they! took to dancing In all the gay self, colors.,,and often,' ;first evening enter '
: .: TwentyjIjUys* *f .invitation '
:It .vi I t. : fZ' 1, talnment of. this .will take' to Strangers. w'
several- winters Last two col r..are.combined. A charming season place
ago.
year .
< ,
:. ::;Curing. ",and., ' 'Smoking' ., Twenty' ' -Ei..' Days" ,."2c perTpound.i . j ; everybody) ,skat d,'and'this year they set recently seen wu',.of black af'Hart' Memorial," building on Dec All' visitors' to the; ;.city ,are .urged1: '' @,

e "fie r ,.:v < 2 ars.to".\\Je ,Just af .nthuII..tic.about velvet ,with bands' of. Paisley. .at 12."' w ,/, ', to"make. 'use''of the building' as' &f..tand ,' .
,Bring,.us your hogs the day they.arc killed.. We will doe it. Before,' the winter season: really; either end of the muffler A blackvelvet.lamo'shanter .i ' reading'room.
came It11,1 be, the form of a reception .Mrs(. Babcoek, the librarian, wOl. o;
A in 'officially, the rinks were ] wit:j., a band ..
thereit,c I | to the new.comers: and visitors welcome all .who come. The house la
r _. .t ,. thrown open and thron&'ed.with, sport- of Pat ley. .nd, a ro.tttO'of'. the same'at ,
.. .. loving.crowds, ._ ._.- ** '? ', ,the'alder[ :went. with it. .',Patsley,was' in oat,city/aad, it; is earnestly deelred open to..a11., e
Is it love for sports that has .created '' ''"' that citizens: having"...itor. tn'their Ladies inay take:.their, fancy work\;: ; ,

/ KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD-STORAGE CO. i ;;the charming sports clothes we I homes shall' bring,..;them to' theseTuesday and make the.house a, meeting t place. ,
'' .,. J. Those who desire it'mayhive; a i''
cup.
r., "' w weal Or is ,it Just the Irresistible evening: ,entertainments ,:
J charm of these clothes that.has 'fostered I Those In have of tea., 1 r "
........ ... .o.. . .. .. ........... ...1 charge. planned, a ser Everneweomei-:"to., the'' bunclin "
,. .- -.t ._ .. the1:craze for sports lee' entertainments for the winter '
I ,Whatever answer the psychologistmay season, and they also desire to> give I should t ;register'hi the book', kept; for +

Drainage Supplies Air have to this question, the fact: a pleasant social 'eveningeach Tues I that'purpose.There : .
remains that sports 'clothes have f
'If'1Sood _. ... .
j never been so popular or to attractiveas
That Is Necessary For ,Plant Life they are .today. They have risento t

such a prominent position>> that
A result obtained It follows that if
most-Important necessarily a cropis "do be
even those who not pretend to
) from draining admission of air into grown that roots deeply when it sportswomen may 'wear them with all SL

,. the. .soil. A waterlogged soil baa th.J. finds conditions favorable, the watcf- propriety. / .
'
air'places filled with. water. The majority table'should be lowered IUfl'lclenUyto'I There are sports clothes of every L
type, showing as wide' variety in
of farm crops would die, because enable the plants to send roots as deep
J. color, cut and fabric! could
as one
roots brcatho the same .as dot as Is its habit of doing on a naturallywell j any

f" other parts of the plants. 'They obtain drained soil. Potatoes will rootas 1

t '.oxygen from' the air and throw off deep as four feet. It is a matter of

r. :carbon dioxide g... The amount of business policy on the part of tho

''l I air available to the needs of the plant farmer to see that his land is drainedto 1

: roots depends principally upon the that depth. Comparatively-,- there w
,' condition of the soil. Deep draining are but few places that cannot be so
is. essential for tho same reason" that treated that the increase in yield won't

a:.. deep-rooted! crops *re" ore often-'the. .pay for the work in the long run. sac ,. J Jo
', backbone of'our -food supply ;iir'experiments' conducted-, by.'.the

;\' 'Shallow-rooted crops have to have New Jersey experiment station to
the tame careful attention to Insure show the optimum moisture the moisture MCC4: a -

-.3:; their welfare that hot house plants do. / content was maintained at be- '\. ....
f I do not necessarily mean that because' tween fivo and eleven per cent. The N t - .". :==-5-'" .

I ? corn naturally roots,deep that a crop highest yield was on the plot having s 'surely nothingbetter": '

that roots more shallow is likely to nine per cent moisture. This experi- wro)1c' Checker-Board Design Is FavoredFor wherever tHere.is a'Victor: : or Victrola.: ; ". ;
d; suffer; I speak comparatively. A lettuce ment was made on pure sand, and ow- "
;- crop that is grown on a well ing to the fact that sand will releaseits Dresses. Nothing ,more, acceptable ; nothing -

aerated, well-drained ...011, Is much' moisture film more readily than a also combined with lightbrownwool : '
more enjoyable. JK+ S* :****- w .
:'.1 more hardy and consequently more soil of high humus content, it follows in another set of muffler and 11111

'4 \ .' apt to be a paying crop than a lettuce ,that on good lands having an average turban. Stop in any time and we'll gladly, 1"'vgive
s"; crop that is grown on a soil that humus content the moisture content Sweaters of Angora, Shetland wool,
list' of the .
, : ,Is' in unsanitary condition on account should be correspondingly higher. silk, and wool jersey seem to be more I you descriptive

\',4 of shallow drainage and acids near the This moisture content rises to the ex- popular than any others, and the 1 newest records and play any numbers '. ti'tr

,,: 0 surface and more apt to damage the treme in muck) soil, reaching as high models are belted across the front or irh
,' crop in*time of rains.. A well-drained as' 80 per cent, in most cases, and back or all around. Sometimes leather you :wish to hear. .

r v soil may appear to be dry, too dry to when not properly drained it sometimes belts are worn with them. Slip-on
,, au- grow any crops in, that may be on reaches the bight of 87 per cent. Sweaters 'with no opening at all have F
naturally drained land but it is impossible The best yields are' uniformly on muck also Sprung into favor again. Theyare I 'i R. DeWitt Brown

:.I, '; to drain low or swampy land that is as dry as it is possible to get -' on the order of the popular blouses

4 too much. As the ''water is removedf it with ,a tile, drainage system 'four that are slipped on over the head. I| \ Pianos and d YldrciasK1SSIMMEE ', '
' wl by drainage, air comes in.. to occupy feet,below the surface of the groundand A long coat of wool velours with a, 1 .

7 the spaces that were filled with water, spaced with the idea in'mind to large ,fur collar buttoned .,(snugly FLA.
and tho soil is improved for the folr keep the watertable from three and a around the throafr is shbwnjliere as'an .'

.2 k lowing reasons:* Waterpassing half to" four 'feet below the"surface. Skating Coat Of. Wool Velours'With .example of one of the many smart, v

: through the soil after a rain or after Yields'have been as high 'as'435 barrels ; ? (j> Fur Collar coats which "are used 'not only; for ,S SI

.ant irrigation tends to :ventilate the of potatoes per acre on hammock wiah.. v.To,go jskrfting,'>'ou"'may wear, skating, but'for other purposes 'as .. . .- - ,
';soil by putting;'the air in motion. The land, when __the watertable had ,been a" long, warm coat, such as the oneplctureti welL 'A marked, feature' ,of coats .......... ..................... ............ .... ... .

,tC ;soQ inhabited by"microorganisms'r' kept at. uniform depth below the cur: here,"with''on*-v piece< 'dress' ; ,this season Is the large collar, which,

whose work it i is to break down humus face. About three feet was'the lowest or Ise-a two-piece suit;:of 'wool J; Jer ,may or may not be of fur'accordingto INSURANCE: and REAL .ESTATE:!
a'' and other organic' ''compounds. If the' water-table could .be lowered at sey; corduroy,'velvet, dbelina' or duvs-t the task) of the wearer.i .Quite,un 'I _,

there'fs a, lack of aeration, these organisms I that time., Since then conditions. have tyn, or a separate short coat and con- like''' the standing "chin" ..collar of Let' us .i insure:your Life' your) Health,,your, "ropety.t ;: .
;f,' cannot do their work.- Other, altered'and the yields.'have; been from trastin gtnaterial. Both hiplengthand : ,last :sear,-they spread over,the shoul : : : ,

f organisms that'grow only ,In ,an at.Biosphere ten barrels to'80 'barrels'on the same' longer\coats are used, :and* 'the der. and 'are generally rolled over,: t Information' in..regard to pioperty'for. N ?

.. lacking, in oxygen develop, plot. The only difference in the treat skirts are worn quite shortT. : :giving extra -warmth. Though they sale and rent cheerful y'given.. '
.. causing harmful effect I ment'of the crops was that the latter Color.Note In- Sports 'Clothes. !give somewhat a balky appearance,, '

'' s,9 her','berlef .I"'derived 'by, draining crops; have,; had more 'than" the optl More',trlkingperhaps, ,,, than,,any they are verybecoming; and thoroughj (.r.Iii addition. to fifteen other;good companies* we, '
\ firm lands Too'much water i. detri-' mum amount'of ..moisture .to''contend'' .other feature of sports 'costumes! ly'comfortable.. In, addition to"a'fur.:I ) ... "/--: : now, represent the' well' knowing':' ftt.I*"f ,
I with and of the acids and toxic the color note. vivid colors collar\ on'e occasionally'sees'pockets\ "
mental because it makes'areas so soft course Bright, 'FIRg INSURANCE : '
HOME CO. of.New ;YorkSecond
)
r ,that they 'cannot be cultivated: ; it'delays substances being in closer contact are used to larger' extent than the of fat on cloth coats. ... :I

r cultivation; it makes soils cold; with, tho potato!I roots because of the lighter colorings, though allwhiteand The checker-board design in wool JI:>>. Gr_ .A.cr: ,
more than half the heat that the soil higher watertable. The watertable is black and black-and-white com. materials is quite a favorite for <
r floor Bank Bldg. t KHsimmce: Fla,
,f, receives is used'to warn this unnecessary now from 18 to 24 iftch a."B. J. CoreyIn binations are very well Hkod. White dresses. Relieved by trimming of a Gtizens I

,: T', water; the evaporation of water Fort Pierce Tribune; (suits of chinchilla or corduroy trim- plain material in some harmonizingtone + .oooOrOc... ,
consumes heat that the soil could otherwise I Imed with black fur are very attractive the effect Is entirely pleasing.Such .
CENT "CASCARETS"FOR '' -- -- - -- - --- -------
yr retain; its presence in the soil 10 and some of these have muffsto a combination is illustrated in
;
'. prevents the entrance and downward LIVER AND BOWELS match, combining the mrUeiinl 1 of the attractive model in black-and- '.1

;; movement of rain water, which in the headache the suit, and the fur with which it is white wool checK with plain broadcloth FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED ,

spring is usually warmer than the Cure Sick Constipation trimmed. trimming shown here. The upstanding ...,.
Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad
soil; and l it prevents the deep-root development Breath-Candy Cathartic. j Some very striking coalur.ics! con- 1 "fence" collar, extending One b'ock of Five Lots in !"outh Part of Town. 250 '!
w of plants. The watertable sist of plaid wool coats, the plaid] including almost from shoulder to shoulder,
in the soil Is indicated by the height No odds how bad your liver, stom- many colors, with wool jersey j still is featured in a number of new foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for J

t to which the water will rise in an open ach or bowels miserable; how much your fromconsdpation headaches or corduroy Blurts in bright rose, or I models. Belts in fancy design also Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city .
hole. When the watertable Is how you are ange, or emerald green. With these I contribute in a great degree to the -
post indigestion; biliousness ditch.. Make bi) itself.
qijliflnt pay.for *
only a few inches below the surface of and sluggish bowels-you always get costumes are worn Scotch plaid wool | novelty of the designs. In this instance ". l
"I the ground during the early stages of relief with Cascarets. They Imme- hose to match the coots. This is one. the deep yoke belt, which does Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.' j 1

the plant life, plants do not find It diately cleans and regulate the stom- of the very latest novelties. Russian not entirely: encircle the waist, is a ,
nor to their liking to send ach, remove the sour fermenting food green, purple brown: and yellow are nrominent feature. '
necessary and foul, gases; take the. excess bile ;x
their roots down more than a few from the liver and carry off the con tt
: Inchei into the ground. If a period of stipated waste matter! and poison '
from the intestines aad bowels--A- MID-WINTER ID A' FOR THE HOME DRESSMAKER
the watertable is lowered Newspapers Are It"Coedby 1,
f drouth follows, 10-cent box from your druggist will t" "Up Against } 4.
and these shallow rooted plants keep your liver and bowels clean, f.
suffer severely and may die for lack stomach sweet and head clear for The McCall '
months. work while to Jokes. Serious ituatlo'nOrlando ;
of water., When a crop dies in this They you sleep. ,
way farmers are apt to attribute it Corn crops in England and Walesin I Tampa. Tribune: Newsprint is sell Sentinel : It-you don't be-

t to too much drainage. The real reason 1915 totaled 3,489,939 acres 248- ing at $6. 1i per 100 pounds at the lieve the newspaper printpaper situation Book of

I is that there was not enough 044 more than in 1914, and the largest mills ... against $1.90 this tine lastyear is serious listen to the buoyant b'J .
during the when the Tampa Tribune, our erstwhile happy '
: drainage period acreage since 1898. | .- That; little advance makes a Fashions
plant was developing its root system. and apparently unworried publication -
It Is impossible to drain land too thor- Wheezing in the lungs indicates that 1 difference in The Tribune's news account : "The Tribune !ill straining every : / Winter
ca' ._ QuarterlyUlmmtntr
oughly. The force 'capillarity that phlegm. is obstructing the air pass j'I _of over $70,000 a year. Delinquent effort -to make arrangements which } .___ y 4 .
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND subscribers had better take 'will it to obtain "
always permit enough
draws kerosene a lamp wick Is ages. paper '
up
'
........ 'ee.lt..
'to the tall timbers The .1 :
present to hold in the soil as SYRUP loosens the phlegm so that it or pay up. to avoid a suspension of publication. Im t.I ..

/ r S much water as the plant can use. ,And can be coughed up and ejected. Price joking period has passed. . ( The Tribune is not alone. Other I ''r' t ran* rhea e.l.rkr ,
more water than this would be injurious 25c, BOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by [' papers are feeling the pinch of blgh ........ '..*!.. 11
Osceola Pharmacy. Whit. Paper prices and experiencing difficulty in + f.v BtMwliiteivimmmt 1 "
and less than this Is found only ..... .
.1 in soils too -dry to admit of furthers Brazilian cocoanut palms are be- Clearwater Sun: Elsewhere in' this securing paper. Fortunately the t UTrmriftr. mttlmm.** : .:-
0'.. drainage. Happily, the force of caps Issue we reproduce an article from Sentinel now has a supply of print ......... .'71_ .
:
lieved to live from 60 to 700 ,
s ,1'1SUarity' -fixes the limit of 'drainage ups years the Tampa Tribune: which accurately paper in its stock room procured at a ...- .I. -.F 't. :
: and the date palm from 200 to 300 rt
.....
r to'which drainage Js necessary and bej I describes the newspaper situation. cost of about three times what it was .e.
years. "- The newspapers of the.country are two With our nt '
: !yond which it is impossible. There years ago. pre/ir :
-. .are very-few soils that.are not benefited I To read the newspapers l intelligently indeed "up against ,itp.IId if The supply on band we will be able, to NOW ON UU '"

,1 ;' by some form of drainage. Heavy. a man must have a. vocabulary of Tribune1\ feels' the burden how about continue publication of the Corning; } TbeMitallWwlcf {<< x xr'
i.h .clayand muck soils are. benefited by ,i at least 2,000 words. the, little dallies all over, the country Sentinel' for at least ten months. Operating .'. ,
,
,
"' drainage, bat sandy soils having a subsoil The ,situation is' already "acute-not a dally paper at this ,time \ BirfI '

:. of d.y.re made warmer and l' Sugar is extracted from slxtoen.va- alone lit' priaabut,; also In-th. matter is no joke.. .To enter upon 'th.3pubiication a .- .. ,.. .'1 -, ': ,yIe

/greatly Improved by having the excess 'rietiea:; of palms that grow' Ceylon..; of'a.cuvngp.perat:; ;, all.:.,Only this of 'a newspaper, at this, timeistathaxardos "" ., .;. r. , ., 1 .
V' The draln- .week.The- Sun -ran' dangerously :eloje.to ...| game Few:/Persons '. ef fasKe
.oi :water removed quickly. : .", .. "" .... .
: .
,
& &8.....|sM.rrfectMUKsaMrUferTsssila the margin-although/a/ order for entering'the :. Held- and .. (":-> :..(. . v k JIHfSI:
.*: 1 agfe system;should bo'so ,constructed Metfiripe 'att ] -art ;newspaper .r I v. j ,.. (
( Dws Dbu.l till 111ssISrJ1.. .jiS
r e a'aajto'provide for periods of.excessive sAdlrinel to ether fw properties Lax-Foe, I' paper' wassentinaj; snonth- ''ago..'then are 'any number,who wish they ->, _. :n ... "". i .y7/i 1.v" ,M *. SajswJ i'-',..
.f'. Paper"at$150Ta tomb nV.Jok*,'upcPclaUy w.ren't'alreadytath.;: businessf; IfaCJilvi-iNiTl,"'''''' ,i rpw Me. (." viSi wZS: ;&' ,
t rainfall rather tbaiJov'the average tfntftttf Cascara la acceptable foam a ) .< .
.. 3 Ufc ... .. .
. ? dT? .
oaie.LdF.: '"'-I- ., TraMte D l Wo. ;/ ,'T' *DW, g JII ; .. '
yoM.. :
xadv who ttThlsfs
aa4 been
:Aad- atisaaUtiagl> < buying
.
;; ,'of-what-might bO'OXpoeted.,, A 'Job of kind, Is'dona: : .
/
'. watertaUe Is'inore objectlotv. seta: affectively and does not grip nordistattstomach. fo>rr.4u0.;, anadded burden 1' printing many ; ladsjdes :TEt:COUPON far,year' caoles) 'e/'air; McCALI,/iAT'nd. 'f.-!; .
j
toattq- '
\ ; : At the...tbpLit aide : ; aaddone' ; !
: abW-! than ji eonstantYene,. e.enwhw, .. disMstissi.srotssaa the Uvr sad___.' PJt.t-' 1 >emdin.aiIppre'o: tbi i % : ,. ;. 'f "*/ ';'A.' s.: ,cagEKTr.. ; '.. :...."f: :.ml--U.FLA.: ,. ..,
-'fthe Utter occur* high;in tho'soil,,i J and. yaWsa the,bealtby t a tioo.;30,. waIJ. ,Van.-. Cattte."' .,-- .i'-' 7 .. : **jV I 1 t -r- i J'I". .
.. "-- '" i W"" "' # '" ".1 rts f'. 1 If .c' ; j\ !
,
.. *
11' .
1'i"' .... ir- f r% ... .. _,'" ,it *, .u. 11'VIi 0
,j' ; ., *.*, 'Ii, J'P' / ,"'" )) '''',
1' "
? .. "" ; ; l "
.. !w .
". !wt/ 4 p. .:. II.. ,
u' J te Itllj;;.. .. ..' .. "'- : :' ,, . ", ,.l,"
'
.
'!"' :,,1..1..." '."" <" ,..t-.,- '""fl"'t ,1,' ;' '+-._.. 4 _", 'f'lIIo'n'' : . 'n''n'wof'. ;0... '-;1 .' ", '''''' ''' .' "';" ; .' ,", "I. .' , ". "" ,'-.0'0''4. ,':-
"y' C
: 1 '" ; '1'''' "" '1!,. ll<... t ,,;w.. _-., r ,



,, ,, "
J '
:' THE KISSIMMEE: VALLEY' GAZETTE' > .. ... FRIDAY.. DECEMBER 8,__1918TWCKISSilMEEVALLfYGAZmE ,

I ,. ,
t I CIRCUIT COUST The Idea was launched by SenatorC. IHMniMIIIHHIMIIIHHWOWWIIIHIIIMIIIHIIMWIains' '
'
f ., (Continued From Page One.) A. Carson at the meeting of the it !

...w.....'lII..rp irIda7.OT prisoners are well cared for. city council Tuesday evening..
"$.. .a.aa..t V."o_,._4M4 Fla.w. to. ..u.....' Aa suggested by. the court,w. navenot He said there seemed to be considerable

f gone into audit of any of,the pubs sentiment ,ln the city{ in favorof
a..Wheals ... M.O.TAN AQNHWOB the Santa Clau He ;
.owa..... lie offices, for lack of time, but W4 project. hopedthe Holiday ;
."'- have had no complaint In regard to council ,could see,their way'clearto
....... .... ,
i .
w MN1"I make an appropriation 'that would
Copr. O.e _.... ".10 any of the same and have deemed ... I. .
,P.. Copr 81&! Months .._.... 1..;00 any investigation of the' same unnecessary materially supplement whatever'' Individual
Oa. Oopf. Tkr.. h/ontbs_---.. .'1, citizens would contribute for Beautiful Home

All eomraanleatlon except from our We ..recommend the whitewashing the festivities. :
c aiMthortMd correspondents' must b.aik.f of the interior wall of the jail and MissAultmari, also spoke' for the tart 100 feet of ground fronting on, one of"the best residence streets in Kissimmee;,w H built, nearly' !

) d cte by
.o .nl.M eaJIed for. We recommend the placing of ,a for it, mainly I .because of the M ,house surrounded bT''' baring fruits such'as oranges grapefruit lemons limes, guavas and fine 'orna22 I.

i iInpFlordlh'ma Ptwtoftlc at Kl..lm- hatrack in the grand Jury room for neighborhood spirit it would'Inculcate mental shrubbery and "owenf, plenty room for another house, good garage and stables; 7 Mocks .-':r
'
.oond cl.M natter.) the convenience of the jurors when and foster, from business part of city, owned by a Kansas man who says "SELL FOR $3,000" on terms of k$250 '. '
I
FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1119 holding their session John M. Lee also heartily for taj.* Cash, balance like paying rent Here is an opportunity get a home EASY. '
,
4 ... .. We beg to thank th. court for his the proposition, *. did fitting City .

? TO MR. AND MRS.. AVERAGE CIT. courtesies and the SUtc's attorneyfor Surveyor MacDonough. 1 1I _m Suburban Homes jii I
r. Councilman W. W Carton not!
IZEN. hi? attention to all matters coming j ; was
L'
,Thls editorial I if about a subject f 'before us inclined to favor the proposition. His S :Plnehurst 1M I
I objection was not'against it nor the
F that' vitally concern!. yell right bOW, Having Completed our for the labors term., we spirit, but solely because of lack of A two-story suburban house, among'prelty young pines; porch and veranda: in front, also back: :

Mr. and Mrs. Average Citizen. ask' to be discharged Foreman. municipal funds. He was heartily in porch, good deep well pure soft water 295 feet east front on Hudson Ave:, located on high nice ... '

A' It relates to what extent you shall JOHN H WALKER, Clerk. favor of a tree if the other needs ground, pretty place for a good home same party has a fine little six-acre truck farm in the artesianbelt .. ii.

: empty,. your pockets to obtain the necessities PARIS E. MORGAN of the city would permit funds to be with fine flowing well, about three miles from town; also a three-room'dottage in town, with one ____
<' of life in the immediate Dec. 2, 1916. used for it.Councilman. 50-foot lot and flowing well; owner is a Northern man and will sell all three places for $3600.; on' .

4l future-and probably In, the next two Thompson wanted it favorable terms of payment, or might exchange them for property North; all free and clear from debt,
Circuit Court for Osceola county
.
to five years.Something. ,and good title.Pinecrest.
and'proposed an appropriation _
must be done by still is In this session as this news/r\ anyhow
soon
: of 100. He said the neighborhood .
to Judge JamesW.
our Congress.and our President about paper goes press.
Perkins, County Clerk John L. or social intercourse it would I
this matter. .
,It lies partly within your power to Overstreet, Sehlrff L. H. Ingram, Dep- promote would be worth the money Here we have eight large east front lots on Rolfe St.. with five acres splendid land adjoining.and ... .

' t say what action shall be taken. Overstreet, Sheriff L. H. Ingram, Dep- even if something else had to lack. a delightful 1 new cottage home, well arranged for comfort and convenience, nicely l furnished, with

c You have the right to tell your servants Court Stenographer McCrory are still Councilman Carson eventually good outbuildings;; everything home-like and comfortable; but owners must part with' it. to go to their ._ ;.

r In Congress-your Senators and on the job. agreed to giving 75. children who can't come to them. Here is a most delightful home and 'a place lhat will grow rapidly in .

3 ,(' your Representatives-what you want ,I The grand jury adjourned last Sat- Councilmen Thompson and Carson value. Some fine white Leghorn chickens and good crops growing, and owner will sell all for 3000. I

them to do. Possibly they would be urday, after voting fifteen indictments -, were designated a committee to handle Better get busy on this, for it i is fine and cheap and won't last long; located on high ground where a. '

i' glad to know-what remedy you favor I I and making a short, concise, the city's part of the enterprise. sick person could scarcely help (getting well. 'f" '
and to select a citizen's committee to ,
and non-startling general present.
l) ,.;. emptying for stopping of your the purses UNNECESSARY by abnormal I I ment-which speaks'' for" itself above.. manage it. -The council committee I S Butler Home S f
,-C.
.
+- :ind"- -The.indictments are withheld, from. will i l ask the churches to. appoint the .
:rT' other exorbitant commodities pricesYorfood''and to bodily! public' knowledge at present becauseno members; of the citizens' .L committee ... Here'we have two large lots very pretty corner, just across the street from above with. five. - ,"_j

*" existence and comfort.necessary arrest in connection with any of the citizens' committee to comprise JIIIItII acres of good land adjoining making another fine little farm with good well and irrigation arrangement Mjtf r

j' .f r Florida's its nvambers I'them had been made at this writing. twenty-five members, who are to be and splendid cottage with good outbuildings, and most of the land planted to orange and _
delegation or But I selected by the city churches, each grapefruit trees, just the place to enjoy the freedom of country life and still have city advantages. ff

t or hold most exalted of you public put positions.them into those you I City Council To Order Bullrlt.atl church to be represented in proportionto Will introduce you to owner and you can deal direct with him. Come let us show you. r.

Continued From One. its church membership.The .
creatures ( Page )
positions. They are your
.t Their duty Is to REPRESENT you. I| meeting. He further suggested that, present plan is to erect a large p Jackson Home fg

}' They can not do so,, however, unless ':,'as the matter Is one of great importance street Christmas tree In some promising M Five acres located on a brick road that is 18 miles long and most traveled road in the country. -

'I, t they know what you want. So you and involving large sums and as location and to load it down with: Good five-room cottage, barn and outbuildings a fine lot of nice young citrus fruit trees part of which.

i1 should let them know what you desire outside capital must supply, the ordinance gifts, also including practical presentsfor are bearing; good land and a valuable place. Price $1.600; might be shaded some. 1 5jg I I
less fortunate children of the
+' enacted into legislation on this and its related legal business the I

4 subject-and on other subjects. The are matters in which a consulting at- city.The Fine Land For Dairy g
only feasible way is to write to them torney should collaborate with the churches throughout the city I
k either by individual letters (that is city attorney. will be asked to co-operate in the effort Cook land 45.7 acres just quarter from brick: road and from city limits about half good fruit kasrt

the betetr way) or by letters signed AROUSES ENTHUSIASM. to bring the Christmas cheer into land, balance lower ground:, very fine for crops and trucking; has county road on side and one end _

jointly: by several or several dozen of The councilmen discussed the matter every horn in Kissimmee, while representatives of place, fenced on two sides; would make one of the finest poultry truck and fruit farms, and with taltf

+ their constituents- I:I favorably a short time, and then of the fraternal lodges dairy added lots of money can be made here, and close enough to high school (graduate children and _,

ay Duncan U. Fletcher and Nathan P. unanimously decided to have a bulk- are already offering substantial sums have them at home every night. Owned by a widow who lives in New York and will sell for less than .

Bryan are your Senators. Address heading ordinance drawn for passage toward the delightful prospective en- real value, and on favorable terms of payment. ,Plenty other excellent bargains in grovel farm lands, J S .

them at "United States Senate, Washington I'1as I soon as possible. tertainment.TO stock farms and anything i.i way of Florida home or investments. References in three States dem> I

; D. C." W. J. Sears Is your I|I sired )1. '

Representative. Address him at"House To Grade Darlington Avenue. .AID Clay FAIR Stanford WITH made LIGHTS.H. an eloquent. : .,.
Nelson
of Representatives, Washington '
&I ]I' The Kissimmee Woman's Club I. Realty Company
,D., C."' Tell the other Florida I plea for aid for the County Fair. He
Representative about it, too-Frank called a town meeting early in last asked the Council to string wires to

.r.: Clark, Emmett Wilson, Hugh M. month to discuss ways and means I the fair grounds on'poles to be erectedby I.. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ;

sir Sparkman. for having Darlington avenue and the fair management : _

I*-:Only In this one district of these-but Representatives all are in Florida other edge graded streets and running for having to the the lake's lake I but The is to Council have the granted wire back the again request to, .'. .'. .'. .' .rlrlririorr' ' ''IrhIYIliIlll' ' '.l.i.'.'lllr' \

I ;, They,' are your fellow citizens. frant. generally made presentable use in making extensions of 'electric '

';,;[Let, Senator-Elect Trammell of and usable. lighting in the city. IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS. have a well' playful child ,apin. .

r 'Lakeland and Representative-Elect ThQlmeetingideslgnated a comntitbee MORE AID FOR-BAND. DEATH OF W. H. HALL I FEVERISH CONSTIPATED. Sick children needn't be coaxed to ,"
Xehoe'Pensacola, know what you thelbOffle take this harmless "fruit laxative." .,
to appear before theCity Council and Messrs. Smith and Shearous, for the Hall died -
William Henry. at Look Mother! Millions of mothers keep it handy because
raat too. 'Congress1 be called Iftongue U coated
session may make 'request to that effect and to Kissimmee'Concert} Band, "made ef- of A. W. Winn of this' city :on 1 I I cleanse little bowels with "'CallI they, know its action on the ,
p' ..,.. In special early next, March; offer to the Council some measure of festive 'pleas to the City"'Council forfurther Thursday. last and was" buried atRose. I' fornla Syrup ef Fir*." stomach, liver and bowel i* prompt'and ' ,
In which case these two would participate in the work 'that would I I sun.Ask .
co-operation aid for the'band. They cited Hill Rev. A. ,
in "- Cemetery! ; M.j rest easy your drug 1st 1 for,,
its work 60-cent ;
; if the Council acted favorably.. t I Mother can after giving a : "
ensue the lost time cost; and hard work the Chisholm 'of the Christian bottle J w'
) of
'Of pastor "California of "California Syrup of ;
: FigsTwhich
is lots of Syrup Figs because in ,
,course, writing
'
trouble may Owing;:to some lack of understanding band's musicians have C to endure 'in church,",conducted the funeral aerv- a few hours all the clogged-up waste, contain directions for babj, '
to But it
lazy people. as to who was the committee's rendering the band's services to the i I sour bile and fermenting food gently children of all age and for grown> .", .\
do 'much toward saving the family chairman and because of intense interest Ices.Mr. out of. the bowels ups. .
: moves and
community. They wanted the present Hall was born in 1896 at you :Hicr, -
.
from" attack of
purse an leanness.o I
I in State and National elections, $40 a Month appropriation increasedto phis, Tenn., and came to Mem.1

'. Brick Road To East Coast I the committee failed to appear at the $80 per month for the next six I when 16 year old. He served .... . .... . ..................... ... . . .... N40444
last Council meeting. I'

will (soon Continued follow.From'the building Page One.of) the I IJ Miss John Elizabeth M. Lee, Aultman H. Clay Stanford were on and the months.The City Councilmen, after considerable cantracted Spanish-American Cuban fever war,,which where finally he'I|I S. S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATEA

argument and discussion, com- terminated in his death. He lived in
Y St. Cloud section of the route to Mel
job" at Tuesday night's meeting, how-
month' for four for number of t tl
promised on $80 a Washington city a SPECIAL ATTRACTION is 700 acre of HIGH-CLASS CIT.
,bourne. | ever, and acquitted their mission suc months. where he' worked in the United
,
Argument About County Funds.C. years RUS LAND southeast of Big Lake Apopka and near brick road.
i
cessfully.Mr.
The councilmen were unanimous in States Bureau of Printing and En-
A. Carson, representing the State Lee, as chairman, made the expressing their opinion that the band graving. He was a member of the I I This land ha-,TWO MILES OF LAKE SHORE. Its scenery

:Bank of Kissimmee; A. E. Donegan, main argument, and was supportedby ought to have all the money asked for. K. P. fraternity; also the Episcopal j etc., make it ideal for country homes.
y representing the First National Bank I'
both Mr. Stanford and Miss and even more, and the only thing that church. He leaves his mother, Mrs. 'I Will sell all -
of St. Cloud, and Roger Dodd, or part.Also
representing Aultman. made them hesitate is the fact of lack Hall, and sisters, Mrs. A. W. Winn of
d the,,Citlzens' Bank of Kissim The Councilmen later informally first-class building lots in Orlando and '
M j of money with which to do what they Kissimmee, and Mr W. H. Burns of Apopka.
mee, could not agree as to how the agreed that the street should be
:
gang would like to do for the town's mu- Jacksonville, as his immediate fam- i
county funds should be apportioned ordered to begin grading Darlington sicians. I II ORLANDO OFFICE: In Orlando Bank and Trust Company

i ; among the county banks. | avenue from the brick pavement to I l ..' i1tT ,I I I Building. ..
;Mesrs. Donegan and Dodd requestedthat the lake. Chairman. Thomas, of the
the funds be divided equally between :!'street comt Ittee announced that he I KISSIMMEE OFFICE: In Griffin's Garage. 8.12 Poe.lel Ave.

the three banks. The Kenans- would at the railroad officers
:| once request -
I 6..0000.000000000..000.........
Mlle bank was not an applicant. I|I to put In a grade crossing
'Mr. Carson argued that the major:'i,: where the street crosses the railroad- -
(':; ':' ""I "' :! ... ,. ..... . ......... ....
N ; part of the funds should go to his track. .,.n, j'jijmi", '! ;'l"'il!;' ;!;.! 04040000000000000004 t
//'I'! ,I'iI. !I ,,,,' h '! !. oil' .
.. I' !
bank because it had the largest cap ,i I I "
ital stock and the largest resources, MUNICIPAL CHRISTMAS TREE. h" .. ,"ln''ii, u" I

h, pointing out that this rule i. followed Kissimmee will celebrate the ., rlClassified Advertisements
;
,,'i by the national government in Christmas season with an innovationIn ,The Place To' Do

regard to postal savings. He heldthdt the way of a municipal Christmas yourXmas Shopping e.e . .. .... .. .............,..O..o..o ... ... . .i
it was a matter of equity also because tree. ,
his FOR SALE-Fine upright piano; a FOR SALE-40 acre of finest citrusland

.than either bank of the h4 other to pay banks more taxes Xmas shopping i is easy in our bargain for cash; also other.pieces situated in Orange county.; 'Z

.wre-there are 10 many things I of furniture. Call at 108 Clyde Av. beat lake protection. Will be sold 5 '
"The matter was embarrassing to
OSCEOLA to interest Lmni.OUI gifts0"D In 10 or 20-acre plot or a* a whole. -
the board, which went into executive you. WANTED-Room for storage with "
session to consider it, and rater adjourned -: gifts distinct re. or gifts practicaL i I permanent resident; must be dry Price reasonable. If interested, inquire ,f
Lcpfer A
y Prather Ford Gar
,f until the next morning without One of our belt practleal giftt is and "rent reasonable. Adress 108 age. I5l.tt't;:
reaching a decision. Club Clyde avenue.DWELLINGS .

j,., .. _';The next morning Mr. Donegan ap- Pressing' : 0Ii FOR SALE-A quarter section of I t
for rent, apply to M. .j.
,; peared before the board and said he Jil.rLlt Tiller. land near Fort Drum. Will trade i

(' ) would withdraw,the demands of hintv -I a, L UIMirs. rrsprtstsr fJ far property in vicinity of KisnimrKlssimmee .
: lieU,,.and Mr. podd, having obtained'authority Self-Filling TO EXCHANGE-Motor-boit (3- Fla. 61-tf
:i
horse }
power) for dairy Or
from the tatter's bank to cow. tt
Fountain Yen will sell. Ensri.ie{ in first-clasi condi --. .jjY
do so, and would accede to a division I Monthly Membership ,,; t tion. Mrs. E. E. Wells, 104 Possiel FOR SALE (broom owner)-Five- "'1 ,
along the line demanded by Mr. Car- NON.uA.KABt.B: ... avenue. Telephone 242. 41-tf bungalow; close in., Inquire ..i 1

? '.n., ; ', Tickets, Limited 4 FOR SALE-One 8-drawer Cabinet at Ford' Barber Shop,''14 ,Broadway , .- :
Board AM State's Beat Band: I 61-tf,', ,"
National
Cash
Register one Burroughs >
: /A, F Smith; representing c the Klsdmmee Suits, on Stile nt;$1.6O Adding Machine o. ..
. I one large
Concert Band,;'made a persuaalve ... ." ,"- ' v. FOR SALE-Two-room hou.and.'l;
'I for the County Commissloniglsslooeni . Iron-Safe'on* 26-h reepowu Ferro lots, 60x150 feet, .for COO;,''lot at,
flea'
I for the band asan adver- Ladies'.-: Tork, at' Redo i Engine, two 0-horsepower t3ray $60,each; on, VTt'Emmett Street*

proposition for the county. sonnble' Prices' andSatisfaction I I 'palp Motor Counter, pne Naphtha Seal.*/four Launch oil tanks one, just outside.,of dty.' c. Gelt, owner '';' r

1 ...TQ..+.boar4?,granted;the, request: to *'' I , ," 'omce" Chair now living on property 11$ '
for' six O war.an- {, I ,'on.'lotSheeting ;.pne' .., ,' -"
''. -it: : t'rof$50a'month, ; f I, : twofres. :..Milcb FOR'RENT.PRETTY1. > --:
,ghstt;) onb the und.rstandingthat te d., t ,'" I' :Cows," *.All>cheap';;:.for:.cash olI i BOSS ' "
J'M >bf, tb. Conn.r t oi' ,M .anrrveo .. .,.R 1 rt GRAVES. -, ,-* ,.' 4Vf > OOM; HOUSE) eon.venlent"ant'bobrolike'fralt. ,,'
;
'- ft I '. . ,. ",- "'- . ,. ' '. andl'r! "
that If. 2"1 *
'
r
,
't t; ... ;n ..A ,. 7:1" hsW FOB SALE-Two bones..to'be ;dir ; flowers ;'bn1' JlahWte8tteet.! : 'A1.1' '"
e.ct.to! r; .tr' 0
I':: nptIM'..... :de-. .,'..;:. ," \w1., ,.. -plieed'by. auto t truck.: Catf'at 8is : :-i-rooro-houfaPtB.laW'ailojj ; ) tt; r,
eeq
f1 >.let'to i" ," f' ,' ''' 0 4 NN 1 fR I1,4Broa ay Iiss I 'ri1 ; '
,pte..-.. pLtti.Nrte.! . .t.,:'t< .! ', -I, . XaA ,. > 7cti e ReaJtr II. .Cow 1'1'o'j J.J t'' :i+.JI,
"t ," :;.. I, 1.
4" ,1 i r 1.1. J ,'.' ""
,. ,1 '<. ;
"< ji'
,
::;.' 0\' -1iI f")1' ,... : '., j. ,.'b, y "t 1 ;.I. 1f! Pt'". ,. ..." ''"'\.''' 'p r
,} !. : ) xj, a t 11 . ." It ) ,'" '. .' )< "
,'. ,, 1 n ,
{ ,
',.. ,,. " :> ', '. ' "r'AG6'i



i'rFRIDAY .. ... .'
/ '"
Rd'bltl" THE KISSIMMEE 'VALLETy''GAZETTE
_
PACE 7
: tI --..,

r" ,THE" KISSIMMEE. : GA2ETTI' .' .",. ,Castle'Mrs. E., Lio'Piere..1.lted,1.x",' ;, ..'Pine L3 x, k !* and 'Mrs* Earle. Sayre, Mr: and Mra..*14! Certainly} he.believes'in printer's delay, J'oe s awi;wit! 'eleventh--" :
.
'fTe h Wednesday
"t \ ae t.l ) Fred L Sayre and son, William. Key {{lnl, 'IIe published 4 full-page advertisement hour hurry and worry, .Besides.; '

J'PabU."ecs": Every by A shopping,party;motoring'to Kimslmmee -' Sayre M <"V Davis, .11) of, Due / re :(vln the Valley Gazette, four.'those:who shop early have the advan>-

'a,' ''W.)I.'IUBIU.lII.o.; "VANS'AOnaW fronLoughman, Friday were Lake Mi1. and Mrs, G..W, prfgg.'of. :: I tags of complete and assorted stock (
..: (L or flve,weeks ago, Thai he found this .
: "' r drsJ.\ T'Fel''UlOl1.Mn.: : a,R Fields. L's Newark + ,''I : ; I, .d . ::: .," :... ,.., and Mrs J H Pryor They were. dinner [newspaper an excellent: advertising Mr. McGuire .estimates'that
".. ''''1.: ,,,,- Wm. G. ,Swanson and wife, HenryD. medium is evidenced |j. : 10.06
'\\yI \, nests at.the Graystone -- Collins, C; El: Brasted and'wlfeAnton h..lng'earl7 it by 'the appear- people. will attend, hU. :;store's'. Bale,' .
; as permits, time
for
; .." .; ...Mrs.. A.::W, Bailey and.Uttle flaughter. "Peterson! ;VW,.C. Louden and G.'among these columns. ,j'. ,-
.. Frances; ,have returned from F,. west were a party'' of prominent J ...
1 Tampa where they were the guests of farmers 'from Eastern Kansas,. ''who I The plant City merchant advises all f j, .Red Cross 1. seals'; are not'C > sold'lit .

her" sister'Mrs. T.L.''Walker, and. leer e Oa i extended their trip from: Ocala last Christmas shopper to do their pureIchasing 1 profit for the dealers who''dispose: 'v.

r mother,,Mrs.::T,, B.. Griffln.: .' ; week,,'where they were attending the I early as it' permits time for them. All receipts are utpd in fighting :
'mail or express_transportation. avoids. : tuberculosis., .
National Farmers 'Congrsesi In session .. ; I' :.,
An
.
auto party from Nareoossea , .
-
last ,there.. The''party., stated!. .that ,
Friday in the I city were: Mr. and -
gsrAT h.T Mrs. C. W. Bruns and Mr. and Mrs 'they had been toarlng'th.... State, .
C A Davidson They were dinner -AKING and had visited Tampa St: Petersburg 1
Lakeland"ancLC other:points, but
guests at {he Graystcne
found no community, which suited
: Captain :and Mrs J. S. Entriken their .
requirements better than Kis
-Ptrt Insurance *,See EX Drought. motored: to town from Narcoossee last POWDER simmee. They made a practical demonstration :c .:'

For Sale-Horses, and abet- Thursday: and entertained Judge and; of this'opinion by purchasing . \ .,'.
f'land[ ponies. J. W. tfweeks' Mrs.. G. F, Kribbs at Thanksgivingdinner Absolutely Pure farm property .fro the Nelson I \ : "" !
'
visa with his Mr. and at the Grayttone Hotel. Realty agency. .

Mrs H. N. Bratton. Randolf Young of K.nansvine. and Made from Cream of Tartar :.. i..

Mrs. J. J. McCranie visited friends R. E. Wjllis of Lokossee, were in' KISSIMMEE CIIAUTAUQUA. TO

in Orlando Thursday. iClssiirimee Tuesday attending court 1 HO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATEJudge I. HAVE COMMUNITY FESTIVAL.The ',,,, '

Clause and looking after other business. Theytoppe'd Chautauqua Association announces .
Bratton is
on a two JTILE
at the Manhattan Hotel. '
weeks' visit wthl that it will hold a ommun.- j "
George J. LaBar of Emporium , ,
C. F. Johnson, the genial editor of ity festival" this season, and that it,
who has winter
MM. Y. Tinda.ll of Park spent Pa., / a homejnOrlando
the St. Cloud Tribune, called on will be here March 1-6. This wilt t bean \
Sunday at the Hotel. spent Monday in Klssimmee,
.
friends in the city Monday while here matters. appropriate time, as the fairs will ., q'
attending to business .
.
> Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Funk arrived 'looking after business. He made his |"e over before this date, and W)1e() ..... ,

from Beverly, Ohio, Saturday headquarters the Manhattan.J. J. S. Stratton a well known citi- chautauqua .people should have an 't.
ze nof St. Cloud was a business Visitor field. ; QUAHTY STORE '< .
open >
S. E. Jopling was a visitor E. Kelm Buffalo factory expert .
; ,
here from Atlanta, last Friday.Mr. from the J. P. Devine Co., arrived last I; of KissimmeeMonday. He stopped o ' .
"
Manhattan Hotel THANSG1V1NG POEM.To C. W. DANN :
at the i Mgr. '.
week look brick
after
and Mrs. A. D. Story and son, to starting__-a '- Thee, our Father and: ,bur Ood: I .D : _._....;" i
Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. K. Hilliard, plant in o eratlon. Devine & Co. Amon gthe tourists spending Mon High :rn'I mighty, our af fda our'. ThouArt all 22 Broadway 'l'( ;N NJ Nr
made the for the Tucker .
machinery day'in Kissimmee were Mr. and Mrs. None other ao near nor. ao dear.Bays . ,
Misses Effle and Blanche plant. Simon Shirley from Waterloo, Iowa. aDon't
--- Lawson spent in _Orlando They-Stopped at the Park,Hotel. Kind ua to this ce States.and dafl ; <-: .
D.
J. Padgett, who baa been.the Given to State the StalIn a.
H. T. Holler, a known citizen guest of his daughter Mrs. Milton "I i love, our every need. Thou Ood. .
Charles L. McKinnis and family
of Sanford, spent in KIsslmmee. Pledger left a few days ago on a in the'Voices of pralae to Thee now we bring;
Ind. have located
Otterbien sad andNeedy .
Into the lives that are
business trip to his former home in city for the winter'and: have taken on this annual day.
Marianna. He will be absent weekor Give we from pur atore of plenty. S
P. K. Weaver went Tampa last a I Rose '
the Mosley residence on avenue.F. 1516. D. C. W. .
Thursday and he in hi. new ten days.Give .
W. Brady has returned from END STOMACH TROUBLE.
automobile.E.
for Christmas '
magazines gifts
North Dakota, and is now located at GASES OR DYSPEPSIA Let This Opportunity Go $ u
R. Bass; a well citizen of and subscribe NOW. Prices are going I Bradentown where he is in charge y.
St. Cloud was noted on KUaimmee up every week. Orders for new "Rape's. Dispep ln" makes Sick. Sour.GU.T ,
streets Friday. subscriptions or renewal to any I of chines.Dr.a force. of men. selling sewing ma- Stomachs in five minutes.surely! feel fine ; Money Saved'Is Money Made eWe ,:
magazine published are taken at the
George F. accompaniedby Woman's and Mrs. E. Johnson spent '\. ,.; ,
Exchange. If what ate Is souring on
his guests D. S. was in some time here Friday while en route your stomach you or just lies like a lump of Give You Back a Dime On Every Dollar 'you' P
J. M. Lee, who is a member of the
the city Wednesday, from their home in Kenton, Ohio to lead, refusing to digest or you belch
Board of of the Methodist spend with before December 16.
Stewards gas and eructate sour undigestedfood : us n
will this
R. E. Galnous of Ga., ha. church left this week for Ocala Miami where they reside or have a feeling of dizziness,
opened a pressing next door to where he went as a delegate to the winter.E. heartburn fullness nausea, bad taste
the Manhattan Hotel. annual State conference of the Methodist W. Myers, of St. Joe Missouri in mouth and stomach-headache, you -Better Make Your '
can get blessed relief in five minutes.
A year's subscription to the Gazette Church, South. who own property at Kissimmee Pat an end to stomach trouble foreverby
.. Park arrived Sunday on his usual annual getting a large fifty-cent case ofPap. Selections Ea.rly { :
to <
would'be a nice present
Mrs. H. C. Llghtsey and baby Mr. visit He was a guest at theGtaystone. .'. Diapepsln from anY"drug store. ,
1 -' send to a distant and Mrs. A. Middlebrook and Archy You realize in five minutes how needless t...

'a' W. D. Wilson. of was McLean left here on the 20th of it is' to suffer from indigestion" 1 You will by so doing get choice ,article.is: ; ;

in town Saturday business He Nov. for a five days' hunt. They camp- D. S. Atwood and wife, of Chefms It dyspepsia is the quickest or any surest stomach stomach disorder.. doctor well as 10 per cent discount. 1'% ),, '. < :
ed Wolf creek and there ford. Mass., arrived in Kissimmee |at ..'
stopped at the on while in 'the world. It's wonderfuLPLANT '
week to spend the winter and lDU(* : ;
>
they bagged eight'deer..J.tt..d.M..Ro
:
Hon. S. S Griffin .. We Are \
prominent taken rooms at R. L Starling's on Getting la .; : f
CITY ,
among the - people noted. Nr ,Crawford ,and Brack ., ivMrs. MERCHANt ,
0" ICl.I",, .. .c'I' :: the'former's mother. Mrs. Robert "' *
!'""T/ ,::, Lillian Deyoreo (nee .HaM.) 'USES ANOTHER BIG ADOn New Goods Daily ,, ,:
Crawford of Pikeville N. C., who
H, Flemingwas. c to Athena, ha* returned to Kltsimmee to remain :
Ga. last week th. serious illnessof have been the guests of E. F. Collier I
by '
through the winter months and
pcpbfabiy
4' of th.
Issue
of this
and for week left page Come take look. No troubleto show
the ,
hu brother Will family past a to make her home here hence a goods.
Valley Gazette a fullpageannouncement
John Dllworth of Cloud spent few days ago for Ft. Myers.S. forth. She has taken 'employment of appears a ""Christmas carnival Everything marked' in plain. ,figures.., You can, t'r'

Monday in the city .. made.his =; C.,Oliver of .Waverly Ala., arrived withjthe..C.. Stanford Company': gigantic _Ie" at Frank'' Mc-. figure your discount. \V ,\, ,, : ::,. ,

I. headquarters at,the Hotel in Kissimmee Tuesday to spend saleswoman in that firm's Klssim- Guire's department'atora., 'at Plant -: ;t . "" ;','. "a t';" ,
the winter with his eon, J. W,,Oliver. m.'. store. Mrs.. Deyoreo formerlywas City from Dee 7 to J>ee.'23. ., \ "' ,":",,"': ,
'J,i ;.>: C. L. Paddock,' of Antonio Mrs Oliver Is enthusiastic .fisherman employed In the katz store 'and On his recent buying trip Mr. Mc- I' .. ,
',' Tpitwu.. a' Sunday in this. and on the day after his arrival 1.nU' equipped. for the. 'datiea of her Guise bought mroe than two car loads . '.', 'I'/,,)';f.+'w''''';:. :\' Perfect Satiafactiofl.H. ,'.",,\':-1'1', ,"'',,:.J .\J.; $"t."" .'.....
I .... at Park Hotel.. >" n': ;. !: .
,
".!r;. a -S /Jih"-: registering: caught two large black bass,',' new position. of merchandise for this sale-comprising .t '. .. .t" ,

L. C. Rider and of Kenton The Gazette would like to have Prominent among the tourists ar 'sixty-odd filled packing cases. '--r: -
.
! '! OhiO. were among the tourists registering every one of its old subscribers take riving in Kissimmee this week was a He announces an unusual feature at '

., at the. Hotel Fri- advantage of its present subscriptionrate congenial party from Ohio who 1hi. aale-Christmas\ supplies selling '6. -

day. S and renew for at least one or I spent several 1 hours here while 41n ,at a reduction of prices.Mr. BROWN & CO., Inc. 'll
route for Kissimmee McGuire is classed as one of ,
Bert Fish a attorney of two years. After Jan. 1-we will be Park where they if.
I DeLand was here attending compelled to raise the price to 200. :are regular winter residents. They the most progressive! and active retail H. O. BROWN, Manager.
were. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sayre, Mr. merchants in 'this part of Flor- *
Circuit Court. He at the
,, P. W. Stroub and F. R. Marton of
Graystone.Mrs. Allen county Kane, who arrived in ,--i t

J. Wade returned Kissimmee Wednesday have bought a Vt ...*>rV ewV wV *e -ft. se -b -seU ...W>r ... ", aChristmas I : : ,'!t:

1 Sunday from Ja& ., where she fine farming outfit and will put out a .f'
went for'medical care Her health is crop of Irish potatoes and other vege-

greatly improved. young tables. men We to heartily our city and welcome wish them the Suggestions I Special Sale
;
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. accompanied unbounded success.
by Mr. and J. H. Redditt ,
motored to Weklva Sunday C. A. Cole'of Lakeland was in Kis

a for a day's outing business simmee Wednesday interests here.looking Mr.after Cole his lathe What'to Give "HIM"A of Lace Monday 1 j

Mrs.-G. G. Aired of Ga., has principal stockholder in the H. C. / on _
of the Manhattan
leased the dining -
Brown Jewelry Company and states .
.1
Hotel for the .on. and took Wide For SelectionStyleplus :
that he is well pleased with the progress Range f.:
charge- last Monday.
I of the business under Mr. 1

t E. R. Bass, a' stockman Brown's management.G. ( 3 CENTS A YARDN ,1

, of'' the St. Cloud registeredat
H. Newhouse who has been
I. the Manhattan Tuesday and Hart Schaffner &: Marx Suits and Overcoats t
confined to the house for several '"
! while in town on ..
months, has so far recovered as to Sweaters Bath Robe.

I Pay your . to the Ga- be able to appear on the streets again Smoking Jacket Silk Umbrellas SEE THE DISPLAY IN
" sette one or two in advance and states that he expects a complete

i now and get it for $ >O. After Jan. recovery. Mr. Newhouse's wide circle 'Neck Wear Silk and Wool Reefers '
1, 19 7. it will cost $2.00. of friends will be pleased to learnof OUR WINDOW
t his improvement in health. Stetson Hats Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs
i. Little Olivine daughter of '
.
f Mrs. R. B. Savage the weekend George W. Fox returned last week Kid Gloves Cuff (rink Set

, with her sister Lenora Fort- from Knoxville where he spent a
Silk and;Mercerized Half HoeTraveling
RECEIVING NEW STOCKSOF
( .. ner, who is attending College. month looking after legal matters.He I
at Winter Park. was accompanied: on his return by Suit Cases Bags
:
$ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McGuire and BEST GRADES
i( D S. McLaughlln, a prominent ,
.
daughter Miss Su.... Mr. McGuire Ward Robe Trunks Military Brushes .
the
t stockman of Fort spent
; early part_ of the here shakinghands has rented the Hewins cottage on Arrow and Manhattan Madras and Silk Shirts OF SHOES
Bermuda from Mr. Fox, and will
'
with old friends and looking
(.' ..r.. after business. make his home in Kissimmee. Caps and Belts Rain CoatsKATZ'S

.w.. .The itinerary of Miss Albina Smith There have been uite a numberjj .:.
home-seekers investors in Ki.- .
.f.r. county agent of the Extension and
i I' work for Osceola included simmee this week, and there are rumors .

l
:t.r' Park,' Peghornand; Bassyille. on which are being ''negotiated,' I' i H .C. STANFORDCOMPANYf '

),' '"Wednesday;, to1! Station; on but which' have sot yet: been com- i -/ '

,.J.! -* ,Thursday, and':St. .,;: and .Nara pleted. We, hope to be able ."to'giv. 'S' tfyt>' -_,-;;;*.J7-- -- "
P.
:h/ coosee., Friday,,;when. -clabs'eoma the details3 next week and say that :Ki i ee.. : '; "j-'.: FLORIDA' J. 1. "';.OW Reliable SUe Dealerie, Otctola Commtj.". rrTr '

" snseced of'the" erfm tome of them at least, have been con' .- ,, ''''- . ..... .'.. >" ,. > ....
:" i + Uon'* work. I summated., j. r ',.- .... ..,.. ,. '- '
'-- .
!a
- - -- -- ---
" ''- '
<.. ' : PyIdestliatti.wart'"LINEW'sillHOT'R'; : Kt.aww.. +aM' UNINKissMMMe > .. : .- ctw

; ata. a RLt1 the b N01' liser. M >; a i h"a an.'t.:: ) wfce salsa: UNLN. Cellars 'L' x "

... F'Federal[ ,' taw ".._.. Is aM _Iwatere" [;"1.- tt..t..l. r: I.. n /'>.a. e.fn i ,' r-- ]'. !'F.APER flies .blerIerelarsare' sald. fet. 'LioeuCoIIar. .

" : ., ..,.. gars J''widi. ,LUfEJf"' "I'st.....; fln.c' .. t'c :sUtijsiau'wU s .Bs. fcem at.twe fer 2S<. ><

' ,,1If.1.INIM..Cil i ; .. '....,: .. "-n. -. !S II"-diia(.I .er ',feu.. ,,". '.re:'.sitter. ' *iiStiii8Si' : IIi 7"1f .e+ua.h" 1 russet&.idea 'Ile10..,. tY. ... '.- "i *' f. 0 Uina t' _e Ills...price. .P., ;,H.. LAwso ; Broadway:, Kinfc B.te. riwU, ', "

.
J I' .. c i .... ;
I. ; J.( .. ) 1 .
'r ; .sft1V; .... '" lJ :., ,,' ; '! .1(1'( .
O _
e .... ., .: '" .. ... 4'i < .. //j ,
.. }
.. ; .. .. Il.
.
.I \
I,. -, ". .. ', ;:" 1t1.t.! ." .'N'.......< '.'I" "t>.' ;. 'S'' '" ..uv3+ ,".x ", .' : '.' ''' '.,>""(.1 I" tJ/, .""". -" ," 1 J .M ,J't.." <.<> <' 'j"



. ... I. .' '' ... .
,P\\! >0. : ;
,. '\ '

PAGE ft. er.: :THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE'' .' I' FRIDAY;' DECEMBER'ft'Ii1i'j'' '..J /- at

t < -- -.. r.---- ._._--_. .... -. ., '''--'-'- -,


I 'SHEET C. 'F.MET'THRASHER L' WORKER 'KISSIMMEE BOY WRI'fES'PROM irsliD Slump, Itt it.ltiwtl.y ew ;

1 ]( -
M.f_.Roof* Put on ...,/ '""
TEXAS-MEXICO BORDER :tt+
CrarwittaWfHONf Puller _
I I49.R .K//MMEE"'LA : ; 1_ : "

FROM. lAMES W. Oi IVEL about 80 gallons of raesquale! cap* One Man -- 'Horse' PowerThe _- 4

I '.-' ? Laredo Texas, Nor..20.' tured' from smuggler by 'a Texas Kirstin Method guarantee' a saving of 10"%" to SO* over ;
Dear Mamma and Ally)' ranger. It Is made from the century: ell other methods of land cIearintrThe Kirstin Method not only t" r

1! J. W. THOMPSON o a I am going to tend 7011 plant and.contains about 86 per cent I pulls your dumps but gets rid of them after they are pulled

some views of Laredo soon. alcohol. I, think' it must be what Yank out your stumps Transform your no-man's-land Intomoney.makina' t
cultivated<< fields. Gold is under your' stumps-' "
FUNERAL DIRECTORand There are things, happening; here, causes so much trouble in Mexjco.; . get it out push In b sold. Clear your land and produce big crops

that I never dreamed of. Almost The,river at this point Is 200 yard. The Kirstin Method dean land ready for the plow. It has vastly Increased: the. ,

1,000 Mexican women and children wide and three feet deep; Mexican of productive value of more than 35.000 farms most ot them in the.South. .

com to the camp during. mealtimes all ages and both sexes may be,seen No 4.ply Imbedded tap not b too bs* for ttu KlntinHara lower Puller.. Ito mighty atrenath la IrraalatfcU tl<
bacauaa of tu triple power and other exeluahra. KIratfal feature. It will clear mots than two acres at oae
LICENSED EMBALMER and be.r for scraps of food. There bathing in It all times of the day.I netting without errata to man bone or macfcjna. It ha bean the leader for II_...
was an order issued against giving haven't seen any country around On anan without boneacan pull the biggest._....too.with the Kirin One Man Puller. A little path. oafn
I Thla ia soardoubeYyk.tlarrpaMl
*h ton of pull on the etump. enormous power developed by
Store and Chapel, Stewart Av.l .. them anything", but hardly a man paid here worth fighting for. Very little --l.it IJinI aa 0C0Dar'J'J7 7ear-01d lanD boy a gsant wweab.

Klaa mmaa, Fla any heed to the order. They were farming' carried one, because It 1rioa- s :w: r-d for Free: Book ?s..,..tyou to reed our new"book."The A tansy -II 1 k
Gold Land. It
supposed to carry lice and other ver- rains so seldom. The few farms here ..AMIH...<>_.!;r.'a'wr tepWil lets of valuable hrforrnatlo m all kinds? Your of land Stump cJeatins It proM foatalnaerf that .....A IS rIt -
4 have powerful pumps to draw the .........li f-. IS .h.and the Kiratin Method to the cheapeat.qulckaat and beat way to clear land. (a araateeWaak m'
min.Even pails -., It lalla about Kiratin Senior forever KtoallKlraforh uwueia. It coo. M
water is for sale here. It is water from the river; so it must take sow Nt l.d M letters from. Southern farmer whBig own Kuatina and are glad theythis ..' -
U MAINLAND bo 'tay7il uUeiuitilvou"n book. A ,.
carried around on two-wheeled carts a. large share of the profits to work It. Ca nport,Fla.I . ( > sf. s. wa
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell and sold to those who are too poor to Raising goats seems to be profitable ...... (to Ida Money to those who Order Earljrhinitr W.oII'er.J.llpec'l.1 a.......uvW.firsIia4..ma.h .
"' CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYS.AT.LAW [:: 'to Join'In our Profit Sharlnc Plan. No canraatlnaJuat a willing.taiaa freai It* le ydp'.as -
the fact that
buy city water. owing to they can H": i
l Oil.n" tarn nee to show your Kiratin to your neighbor Don't .t-wnd the coupon 50" .TrallatW
The water used by the city is live on nearly nothing. By the way- I Manor to.anrUilnf It- today. B*the,Oust to char in thi big money making plan. ........ Tta '

,I Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens pumped by the city from the Rio there is a large hill near here called .many-ebwmrr.d.Cam miy a. 1.6. p r A. J. KIRSTIN COMPANY Mais Stmt Etcaaaba. Mid A,...& srceEEUDB ..... iN

Bank Buildinr Grande into large reservoirs, where 'Goat hill by the soldiers, because It GEEEx. Largui Stum Palltr M.arybt wt plea.'If .

Kissimmee Florida after it undergoes several filtering: has "got the goats" of so many while M. World

processes it is ready for use. crossing it. .

All the water drank by us soldiershas I| The accounts of the number of Car- Kinttn ':ia.

t obe boiled as it is supposed to ranza soldiers in New Laredo has Her..PoswrPulf r rV = J.

contain dangerous germs. !|been greatly exaggerated. There are :-.a....? i'''
DR. W. W. CARSON .
+ From about the 1st until the 10th, probably not over 300 of them. Don't Mime...tf .

DENTrST Company B was on guard at the international ;; ever take any report seriously 'that \ .. _':f ::1

bridge. Our work there you hear of us. Nine out of ten some ul1 eC
Office over Pilley BuildingOffice '
h Hour: 8-It 1-f was very interesting. We saw many one has written it home as a Joke. 1M' [_ntIa_ .rdM&........
Office Phone 1(1 Rcsldi-nce 'Phone II kinds of people in all kinds of dress. j Company B lost one of its best men imre ,_
Oa Administered for Extraction o( ; KJrt1n On. Mow Peg r rr...as....n-.
?j, Teeth Several Mexicans from the interior j I when Gordon H. Munn was discharged

crossed wearing heavy sombrero- : and sent home. He was* 'a nlati Who N.. _" _

tlo jackets and skin-tight trousers.The. I, resembled George Washington in

f women nearly all wear a black many respects. %..
GEO. F. PARKER l
shawl extending from the head to the ;l j I have told you all I could think of
ATTORNEYATLAWCollections II a.asInthb .rapea.al1..M pea Y a wa*
. ; waist.. I I at present, so I will close. remainingyour

and Conveyances One incident I witnessed one nightat loving son, ---- -

,' 't''hR Specialties the bridge was the bringing in of JAMES. OLIVER. STATE CONVENTION OF WOMEN I pie for whom she has been spendingso MRS. LEWIS AS NEXT \
-
--- FEDERA TION. PRESIDENT. .
: .112 1-2 BroadwayQ much of her time and energy. She
r ACTS ON PUBLIC QUESTIONS
.: '! .
Ii I WHERE TEACHERS GET GRAY HAIRS I (Continued from Page 1) I closed by introducing W. S. Coleman, Mrs. Edgar Lewis of Fort Pierce,

. .N.. the newly-appointed inspector of Florida as vice-president of section 5 of the>
: 6. That $6,000 should be appropriated Indiana. He criticised the government j I Florida Federation of Women'sClubs .
In some public school examinationsin Ho lived in Denmark.A i
:.t; F. KIUBBSV. J BTEBI: home for for neglecting the land oc- "t
. I 'curve is a straight line that has to establish a model captivated the women's State :
New York city not long ago some v
: ,KRIBBS & STEED been bent. use of the home-economics department cupied by the Seminoles-the Ever convention (recently held in Miami) -
\ 'jfiestions were answered by pupils glades-and he further said, in part: with her culture and decided fitnesa '
Bi-monthly means the installment Florida State for i
'. .k ATTORNEYS AT LAW of the College i
>is below. You can guess what the "It's up to you women of Florida to for any office.

.J' Legal business .or all kinds glvei questions were: plan.The climate is caused by hot and Women at Tallahassee. i I bring about better conditions because'. Her remarkable address before
*
: 6. An appropriation to make available can get what after. Of
i you
t prompt attention. A triangle is a circle with three cold weather. yoigo I before that large audience was compared :.
? Of lie... 11 and II State Bank BidsKlsslmmee Florida's portion of the new 'aid- course, our thoughts now are on securing to William Jennings Bryan'
corners to it. The Pagans< were a contented race
;,: Florida. I eral! food-roads State-aid bill. I a reservation and enclosing it
The alimentary canal connects until the Christians came I "crown of thorns and cross of gold"speech.
among
; -f 7. A bill for the relief of the Sem- '' the white
so men cannot say 'get out/I Immediately comments '
; 1"fi Lake Erie with the Hudson river. them.A were?
moat like nole Indians as provided in the Scars The government should do all it can to I II set afloat such as "Mrs.: Lewis for.
The government of a country thatis was something a wart
,r', T. M. RIVERS. M. D. ruled by a king is a monkey.A I which grew on barons. bill in Congress. I give these people homes and providefor the next president of the federation.'"
8. For equal division of the national the sick and cut down the mortal-
,
If Mrs. Lewis will listen to the
K PHYSICIAN and SURGEON saxaphone is an instrument play- I A boy who is amphibious can use
Office Osceola appropriation under SmithLever'aw ity of the young. call of the club and the
over Pharmacy :d upon by the early Saxons. all of his hands. women accept
I'
and State appropriation between "Three out of five children
.i *Pbon. R.ldeno.II every honor as well as the
A mountain range is a big cooking The days are shorter in winter because (I responsibility
.
pfflo It the home-economics and agricultural born among the Seminoles die before
y that with the the federation
tove used by a hotel. cold contracts. goes ofli.ce. '
I The torrid zone is caused by the Gold was discovered in California demonstration work. they are five years of age; but conditions will be Indebted and Florida will ,
9. A bill to provide a matron for are becoming better now for "
be proud to recognize the worthy; *
friction of the equator, which runs before anyone knew it was there. ., ,
its institutions where women and the Indian women are being tau&hthow talent and uplifting requisites that
round the earth in the middle. Mars Is the name of a star so ,
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW mould children are in custody and separate to care for themselves and their Mrs. Lewis give to the
can
Longitude and latitude are imaginary far oft it take a million yearsto position.: *
; L' quarters for men and women in- children. We1 must have the
-New Smyrna Breec
Waring Building. lines on the earth that show you walk there in an express train.A ;
t mates. eratlon'and the sympathy and co.op-I
vhich way you are going.A miracle is something that someone -
10. A bill I tq make public executions telligent help of the people of .
vacuum is an empty place with does that can't be done. Drives;Oat Malaria,Builds Up SytraTb

nothing in It. When a volcano spits fire it I. call illegaL !and this can be brought about by the *Old Standard several trencthalns toale:. a
11. For separate quarters for tu- women who can best arouse public j OROVB'a TAOTBUtaa chill 1'ONICdriveeeat.
..' r J. A. TROVILLION. M. D. A :Mr. Newton invented gravityvith ed saliva. Malaria", nricbre tb*blood.and. baud*.ptM*y*>'
Vu.if r. 'A. .: Special :Attention to the aid of an apple. Epidermis is what keeps your skin nerculosls inmates in the State, county sympathy. tern.,A_a .aIc. :Par adult and.cblldrtn.. SOc: ?
CANCER,.GOITRE, TUMORS and and city institutions.
\ :There wail. no such man as Hamlet on.Fine'Strawberry < ----I
.
DISEASES '
OF THE SKIN. 12. A bill to permit the employment :
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, -..... C A. CARSON. President' N. c. 4'
fr, Stolla.m. r of persons who hav lecotved/ degrees :. BRYAN. Secretary,

Winter' Park Offiee-X-2ito4\ .and e ,; : Land at Kissfmmec in arts l letters and science from

to<8 p.,.m. ,sepl Cmo .pd \, . "* 'he"University of, Florida .or, of other The Walters & arsb
.
h (Continued From Page One.) schools of as high standing as teachers %

# : in our public schools without be-
't'
"ALAN J. MacDONOUGH ear (the Kissimmee school and nearer to railroad transportation. He is more 'ng required to take examination.. I

I Registered Architect rosperous now than when he came to Florida.His 13. A certificate providing $6,000 Grocery Company

I ,..* AND entire acreage was one and one-half but six-tenths of this was un- annually) for the up-keep of Royal .

ENGINEERBRONSON rof table This was because the plants were of a new variety which proved Palm park.

nadaptable to Florida climate. (Strawberries are like other vegetables or 15. An amendment to the State t
BLDG.
r KISSIMMEB. FLA. ruits.. Varieties that may do well in Northern Slates do not thrive in Florida child-labor law to make it conform to Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

i nd vice versa). He did not lose money on the unprofitable six-tenths but the national child-labor law.

he profit was too meager. 16. An act making corrupt medical GROCERIES
'
Pat John.ton Q p Qarrat Mr. Fansler's advertisements illegal.
strawberry planting this season ((1916-17) comprises three \
i' JOHNSTON & GARRETT icres. 17. A bill providing for the abate

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW HOWELL CLEARS MORE THAN $900 OFF TWO ACRES. ment of the injunction law. .. r+
18. That the work of the lower 40400004000000'44 404000400000000.
Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizens Ban Clark Howell lives Kissimmee-also outside
near just its corporate boundary grades of the schools -of Florida be 4 0 0 .
,. Building : and on the Dixie Highway. He had two of strawberries last 'l
acres season. standardized by the adoption of a 0 WE SELL: 0 0 WE BUY: ,
Klaalmmea, Fla. From these two acres his gross receipts were slightly more than FIFTEEN uniform course of study, with such 0 0 0 f
M '-1UNDRED DOLLARS and his NET profit was more than NINE HUNDRED BAY 0 0 0
explanations as would"entble an Intelligent -
+ HIDES
vtr ;DOLLARS.
e
; 0 .
teacher to follow the course. GRAIN

Mr. Howell did not keep records as closely as did Mr. Pansier, but he 19. That standard for graduation a ? FURS ..

tr RESIDENCE FOR SALEMy knows that he sold slightly more than 12.000 quarts and he knows also closeto 'rom high schools be clearly defined 0 FERTILIZERS +.
.
what his him. + WOOL e
cost
crop iving the number .t units required 4BfiNGLES 0 0 .
residence, 316 Church street.
Suffice to say that his strawberry crop enabled him to buy an automo- end allowing credit for vocational 0 0 4 AND O'
Eight rooms. All modern Improvvments. bile. He here from Kansas several That he has
came years ago. materially subjects, especially home economics 4 ORANGE BOXES. 4 +
'. Double garage. bettered his condition should go withput saying. and manual training. 0 + ALL .. ,
Terms if desired. 4 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 4
49-tf JAMES W. LILLY. FOUR ACRES LAST SEASON-FORTY ACRES THIS SEASON. 20. Another resolution refers to the + + COUNTRY

Some people may ask: "Why are not others doing as Mr. Fansler and establishment of the industrial school 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 4' '

Mr. Howell are doing?" for girls at Ocala\ as provided for by + PRODUCE A

'v 0044040 P4< :oO..O> "0.00.0000 00 00. Others About four the last Legislature. However, the 0' CRATE NAILS 0 0 ,
,' are. acres were planted to strawberries in Kissimmeesvicinity 0 0 0 .'
-
f X last season. This season our farmers have out at least forty acres act places the management of the 4004000000040040 040040004004004 .

I W. i This acreage is certain to grow until this part of Osceola county shall][ become school under the Board of State Insti

1C. GRIFFIN renowned alone of Florida's ..trawberry'enters.; -- tutions. This is not to the liking of We sell Geld and garden seeds of all kinds. ;

the women .and their resolution de- Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. a

< >:\>" Staple and Fancy clared that ""we believe an institution Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. .
MORE ABOUT IRISH POTATOESIn for girls should have the benefit of a We fertilizer.
for Ask
are county agents good us for circular and pricos

ill GROCERIES telling of my Irish potato crop grown last spring I stated that T 1 h'"gone woman's conduct,viewpoint and a in woman's its managementand knowl- .... fertilizers. '

into the hole" $125 on it where I should have cleared at least $600) .
her iq
of and sympathy for sex
: edge
.' ; 4 It was intended to state that my cost had been greatly increased because I haj. : the which must
,, Free Delivery to all Parts to do double the amount of cultivating work usually required. dealing with problems '
arise in such management" and there fuceIM C. Bryan. Prell. A. H. Bryan. VIce Pra. P. 1 K. Waver Sec'ylreas; *k'
of the City This was because: I expended some money' and considerable labor o- fore they wenton record no favoringthe
various devices in trying to irrigate from a flowing well the water of which /
." Introduction in the pact Legislature -
would not rise high enough to flow to the of the field. The drouth ,
4f < greater\ part :
... ,. of a bill to create a sub-board of .
"i had considerably lessened the flow from the well. of five members for the industrial t
The drouth made it for the winds blow off the also. managers
' 'JIf" easy strong to soil 'school for girls and on which I
.. ... .... ... ....... .... There were two pest grasses to contend against also-Bermuda and "join .," board there thai lx at least three

Consequently I had much more than the usual amount of cultivation*to"per .1.; ", ,

: .- MrTILLERRcaJ : form.. _. women. "
'
."21. _Thai th* legislative committee Bryan Realty Company k
,
;; ; Estate Agency \ The droulh was unusual-also the ldgh'winds. I never before. saw a'like submit'to' the next Legislature a bill .
"co ;nation in the twenty-odd years I have lived"in Florida. j \ '
for State forecter and an '
providing *
; ). .... 'I .w. L This is related so that none may be misled by the>eeminglyJarge:; outlay -: tppropiiatlon: therefor.:*r "I"t"-i< \, GRAYSTONCCASINO: ;, ,11} 'i:

Ra14 ,ought sad tckL made on k ..d w-
; e'Cfop.'p.' .:. Serials Iadla.i. :vZx f-- ,, j
I Homa.'eDted. : ; AN GROWER '*,' i ' f' ( Frank Stranahclutrmanofthe .
"IindTitltiey'erig.d I EXPERT POTATO sATSi,,:, 'Mrs -
l d ; .. ,.
| '
41 : .l.TakeTp. That he' know'land about Kissinune* is" better".than: :'Hastings' land'"for ->!ebmmltt-" >n:'Seminole-Indiall.got : *, 'f -.,.- .,

1/ornon-re. IenU.'.. '\'., fowial'lrish tatoel... n. ie'HC."Avant.who: bat had experience al both .mad*. impressive; ,for the peo- ,,.", r > .tI. ": ,I;: "-7-- IJ:. ,., .' .' 14 .' '!
i 0't'
Ha.Iin.and'_. Kiuimmee-, ',pow. D.."Irish -potatoes'end whoid:11anEu: ofe, htb; to t4 Dais' o.-ae :..(;t'I.IIer.: ,t.i'1. '_! ':; ,! We tray r.... ce.N esl. '

.:t.; 6'10.1"i. fjf. ,. ..L...... rt7; ,b er'l"" Dut: p t; ;-oj. i" "' ''1-','.':I<.j.'''' :f'lb1" } "", ",..,. 'h= ...; 'erns If plio 1.Caws P-cMsi; Cee. v ':'.I'n_l 1 x' 'i q,of, Ad'i: i '
.\- Jo ...
I -.I'did'Jlotle: ; \ unfit alt; pofk : .-. .. De....... = Mprty . '
_
m'of.Mr..AnDr..acqleat; t O y
Agests
; Eb _' L' l . .p c r ._u t. r' 'I ; faq RaW ? :i. ,
a two week1to;had been ttbEished:, ''\._ : 1YIvWp s.Lvt -- 1 I I -' .... .

", . ".1 ". .#. .'. .\...," .'iitt ft-W'etai t .....j.. if: 14it,4; 1 1. fi.l> :';r liN t:t 33d1'a< lt #t t () .bltht1fl: ;:r. _r e'T: :'. ..tf, 1: arn':tti4:n;, ,.4' T r b :rs t. : rr, t1'.* %)t',' ,. ::.': '" :.' .. 'iI, to.. i.f
; : I
,, ' .. .1'- .o/J t'f.' 6\, ." ,. +' , 1' '1, .
.
/ \\ r
!M.I. f '" -+ .. .. 111 4 .,, ."
.
.
.. >
"' :! ,
:. '//I..., ".- .' 11>>...," ,... .h.\WW '" .J: W .,.. '. ..1'.. .,: ,., a .. ..,#.,.... -'I-c;.: ,,.. ,11 ,:k,. .. ..._ "
"
I , .k 1M" ii',
;
-
,
!\\\'r .. \;':\ : ...'..1" :: -



)

; DECEMBER"ft :,11. y'\ ...Gr ... :, y'S: q "J f:! .
.:FRIDAY ;: 1 THE KISSIMMEE ;:VALLEY!: <;GAZETTE ... 7t ...., PACE

...l-. "' ._, -......------ .... ------- ---- _._...,..,.. .... '": - . .
----
TIT :" ------ -
the blooming season Mr
there
newly*hatched a iwseet* M that time are:110, rAI a,. 'IAIU1r.. PAD. iLD SPANISH TRAIL
,. IT
the .I eeta..baWbeen"1ett-'from"'tU"'.. ., \\HUNTING-ANP fRAPSH6pfiNfGFLORIDA l'l'I .

i I,
season before, they no onlyjiave been HONE ME1 ONLY X75 I )> CIS WE f4ARJ
draining;the trees+//all,:that time, but MAY' HAVE 'WINTER summer resorts bivl -added'" trapsboot- J

OW1AriO" have .,reached their ,most' ..resistantstage Everybody 1 knowlhow: hard it' is to ,, 'TRAPSHOOTING SCHOOL. Ing schools to their establishments.Indications The,New Port 'Richey\. Board Of. i

; So' we repeat:-clean" Sip' your' cure meats In the South., ff ,, The Atlantic City: (N. J4> school of at this"tlme"are' that a- Trade has marked' ttar DixieHiP"wat

r \ ,.., }'f. \ tre.'nqw. A. P. Spencer; district"agent for the: public trapshooting school will be' and Old ;Spanish Trail from. ,:
UnIYnlt"of'1 Florida- Extension ,Division tr paaootJnJr-the first of Its -kind In opened at one of the bathing' 'resorts Hernando to New Fort Richer, afld.
GARDEN & ,
'
: 'FIELD POOR DRAINAGE., ,' calls attention to specifications the United States- ttracted, .5.122 in :Florida either this winter or next from that place to St. Petersburg

.Q TtnrslaAt 1v ]D INNILIATILY'' ,-Mr land is not swell drained"as it 'or a fOld-.toraai1awae.."will Hmnate -; persons during,the period from.March The Atlantic -City; school will reopen and Tampa (160 miles) with"signs

tMsaN.M.G.ia.noeDarrMoa should'be. Expect this to be relieved .
r ;WaaON1Toossea Feanuzaa CONMN In ,the ne r"future by, the openlDi'ofaeanaL. Ing meat. / i .peakinc' by'' dud large 1* quit a The best score at,10,0 targeta'dur. tractions *mileage .

lAcaao"YnLII.. F.... 'Kindly,. tell me 'what toldo ":: h ;y'specifications':'are'-sent.' l1t. by crowd.;;,, v' ing the season "was 99 out of .100 by ft has 'also r marked; every crossroads .

i "- in the meantime" ,,to' counteract" this 4 the States Relations, Service*. Wash ''Them' was 'some doubt when 'the' Barton Pardee., of Atlantic City, N. J. or blind lead, and detours ,tea

HOME-At DA E ASHES. '-, condition.. < w "nffton.. The house costs only f 7$. The trapshooting school 'opened' .i! .to The best score-by a-woman was 90 out The'llip boards are 19x80 Inches, and

'* (Imake, my-own"ashesfrom oak': Answer i By, letting the grass and plan mentioned is' ne 'that h. been whether or not It would be successful.All of 100 by Mrs., R G. Earl of New ......placed at least every two .miles.This'is .

trees. ; would they equivalent, pound weeds 'groW very rank daring 'rainy seed;: successfully'byvj.;);!:. 'McIntosh! doubt has been removed. It was York city.TINKERINGMAY. .. a f big'undertaking'which\ the

'f pound; to the .Tennessee hardwoods periods yoa can throw off.much' of themoletnroreally Lauravllle. ,"FlaV for fifteen years. clearly demonstrated,that a school for i tourists will appreciate, as for ,a' di.-

'on the market. enough to' be of material .' "The:feed 'required to hold fat hogs the instruction of trapshooting was. SPOIL MIGRA tance .f'8S :,,miles northward. there \\J S
t benefit: In ot.her''wordl' while Aver several weeks ,,;.hlle'70U'wait for I something'' that needed.Of I I
:A..er There is no way to judge was TORY-BIRO LAWS was only one sign post up. "? ,
f as ''to how your ashes would. compare you could easily,have such 'poor drainage -i cool weather would ,lost as much as the 5,122 persons who placed the I I I The migratory bird.laws are a nx- I, Many tourists .spent the' nights' In 71

with ''tho..that; are*bought Good that the effects Of the grass. growing I the house. 12-gauge guns to their shoulders and ture. 'the woods because of taking a "blind"trail !o'I

{ 'hardwood ashes should would not be noticeable, you mightbe. Size of cold'storage, 8 by 10, feet; I by mistake..' Now this Is '
r run 8 to 8 per fired at the flying; claps over the blue They have received the stamp of Impos
.near enough the point' between sufficient corner studding, 4 by 4 inches by 8 sib!.. 1-
centpotaal1; ; but, as these ashes are waters of the Atlantic Ocean from the frorp sportsman
burned on the farm,*a great many of drainage and insufficient drainage feet; Intermediate (studding, 2 by 4 Million Dollar Pier, 2,807 never before worthy approval of the name every In the United The same trade body-' : has erected

them. run even, less than 1 per cent. to have the growth of this grass inches' by 8 feet. had handled a gun. That means there States, and now we undergo the stage 'slow-down"' signs to the number of t

It all defends on'bow much sand you be the'decisive factor .in your favor. Joists nailed 'on side of studdingat are 2,806 more trapshooters now of trouble caused by those afflicted twenty-three through Pasco cpnnty: ,
Keeping an open furrow down the (( top) so that when ceilings and ( warning motrolsts bad '
have mixed la the aaho. and how much than there were when the school with tinkeritla. against right-.

exposure theyhave to rain. The mixIng middle is anotherhelp at such times; weather boarding are nailed on, will opened-for there are no backsliders It is to be fondly hoped that these angle turns.;
for, when the movement of water is leave continuous air all around. .. .
of land ;.reduces the percentage of space In the "sport alluring"Of wellmeaning persons can be subdued
'lime content, but the leachin from sluggish, a free channel makes a great Ceiling one Inch thick is nailed on Deep.eated'eoul'ha that resist ordinary ..
difference. We these novice shooters, 2,483 ,until the.effect of the present laws can ,
.. rain takes only the footash. sincerely trust youranticipations horizontally, then on this layer of remedies require both extrtul
away were men and 823 .women This be noted, and the gunner anxious to
These} days, however, potash lh too In the for relief will materialize Insulating paper; arid on this another that of the regular shooters- me.n.I'I obey these laws can have a chance to I and internal treatment. "If you buy av
future.BUCKSKIN.
valuable to lose, in this .way,.and we very near like* ceiling' perpendicularly. On other were 2,312. Of this number 2,264 become familiar with them. While we dollar bottle of BALLARD'S' HOREHOUND -.

would\ advise you' to get the ashes in or.outer side of. studding like'.11I. were men and 52 were women. I II have some localisms at present (the SYRUP you get two,remedies

place Immediately after they have Is put on. A beveled door is used, The number.of. targets thrown was I majority of them unjustifiable in the you need for the price of"one.,

been burned. "My fruit is ft very poor quality made with like .walls and edges lined An number of shells I writers estimation) we weaken one There is., a IIERRICK'S RED PEPs,
249126. equal
this year. Besides being Marked with with felt of convenient size. Two !
PER POROUS PLASTER
In favorof
of view of the very-strongest points
fired. From
BEET WORMS. both buckskin'and russeting, more or layers 6f floor with felt "between, the were every school point the law and defeat its original in- chest, free with'each bottle.. 'forth.br!
the a success. -
trapshooting was
"There is a little brown that less of it is Inclined,to be thkk-skin- floor slanting .back ward cand to center;:' Osceola Pharmacy' ** .' :- -T-S--_ ; "
worm ., So much so that the better ten when we depart locally from the . .. ,
attacks* beets : ned and tbeilicht'and puffy with gutter to"drain room to back end "
especially Is *
though hotels all the and ,general scheme of.protection. *
class of at winter
also found on other plants. It webs 'Answer: We are enclosing a schedule Into a U pipe thru the wall. .. Book Agent's Palaver.: : I


the leaves together and eats oat the for spraying to control rust mite. Walls on both sides,. ends and overhead I I II After you hear,th. agent talk about

bud. killing the plants.? Buckskin Is supposed to>> be due to a inside and out, are same-two I ,the 'boob he's sellingyou' wonder

Answer:' Spray with arscB&te of fungus growing in a1'eas. that have wooden walls with 'paper between. Care Of Crippled Children In Florida how'be'1cad"have the-hefcrttoC. :: part

lead, three pounds to fifty gaQons Water been Injured) by rust mite; so the control Leave air space between walls open. 1 I with thorn.-Exchange. "

,. Direct the'llpray so that It penetrate of the rust mite will control the Dead air space Is better insulation ' .
the ifboltor the w*,rm has buck ken. The damage resulting from than sawdust, shavings or other ma- I More people in Florida than should I I and some who appeared to" be beyond I .00.. . .. .. ,.'.. ...........-..

formed. buckskin Is generally done quite earlyin terial.- See that doors fit closely. be are Ignorant a wise and mC> 'excellent : the reach of medical science have been r* WMM

'the season; so, 'where this trouble A rack is placed ma near top as possible and useful service that the benefited almost beyond belief. Some '' PINEOLAGROUND'LIMESTONE

WIRE WORM has been prevalent!! 'growers should to admit 20ft pound blocks of ice. State supports by appropriation from I have been turned away, because with
% I
"Enclosed is a root of a Black Val watch particularly close for the first House require about 800 pounds of its funds. the facilities that could be provided :
i iIi
entino bean, which Is diseased in some appearance of the mites. The thlck-: ice a week. It will hold about 6,000 Crippled children of parents who from the State appropriation, their ,

way. TheJbeans did quite well until {Hess of akin U one of the characteristics pounds of meat, placed\ In racks t>>>n i are unable to pay for costly 'medical'or substantial betterment was- Impos par.sf, Dryett,. and ; ; ,)

within week of the %rst picking of buckskfr 1. which generally also .. 'Cost o7 operating equals cost surgical service and nursing may sible. c :Cheapest.. <.. *

when a let of the leaves commenced stunts the development or, if the fruit of ice and wages of one man I have the best care and treatment under The benefits of this service are opento O STATE.CHEMISTS ANALYSIS!*,

to dry up and.fall off. There seems to becomes of normal size, it liar a Meat should be cut (without on- the direction of Skilled physicians, any child in Florida whose parentsare O Carbonate of' Un. 97.73 per cent ... ,,

be plenty 'of moisture 'in the ground, scanty amount of juice. jointing hamsand shoulders) as noon 'and every chance given them for cure. unable to pay the cost, and money Moisture _........'2.00 per cent ... ;'

and the ground Is 'f tail of decayed:I as possible after killing; salted '(borely Every necessary thing that the richest can buy no better nor more skilled O Sand ._....*.._., 0.27,per cent O. ,T
humus. 'Beans were planted on the and bulked together, skin side down, I\can buy is offered free to the tliildren treatment than Is offered. Those who .. -:... O:. _

ssme field last spring, and they were GROUND 'GYPSUM SAVES Ip piles Spread at night, salt again I of poorer parents. may be Interested, and who wish to' O W. sell DIRECT 'to, farmers *.
next morning, and place in cotii stor know nor. of this remarkable oppor-'. and other growers finely ground *
not.trmAfled as these ore. child to born with the '".
Every rightto '
..
FROM limestone. *
SIPS DROUTH Put would do -well to address the <
not 200 300
age. over or pounds tunity,
Answer The root of the Block"Valentin
; health and Itappiness. Prenatal influences O' Its analysis is HIGHER than,* d
in each rack to itself, Cross the State Health Officer, at the State ..
} Vein was 'very badly dried out and canoes attending and immediately any south of Mason-Dixon )sine'* ..,
-o when 'ft maclwd'us. It has every ap'pearanco An eaAy and for many years the pieces,. leaving ventilating spaces. following' birth deprive Board of Health offices, in Jacksonville We keep in \-our' warehouse *, .

; oT'being The victim 'dET the principal-OM of gypsum In tiiss country many children-more than the layman several hundred tons of ground l'-

.wliewsi m-a a tiny, hard worm which ..elt. application by farmers to TTMHO ACTDonn aspects-of physical strength and fttn. While incalculable good has beenaccomplished *. DRY lIme.tone-wbich assures) *". ..
-
bores Into the stalk just below the the land,with a view to make nonporous ..., and handicap them at the start through: this as.of State prompt .hlpment.' *. ,
W. will ,SAVE 01Ithe'mtd.l:
surface and then vats out the pith. clay volls more pervious: water, Walt for the Fatal\ Stages ofK14neey in their equipment to face life's problems funds, the lack of a separate hospital dleman's profit and give) you absolntely -;*? .
These wtreworms' are difficult Con to make sandy soils less pervious, and with any particular chance of building fully equipped to carry the the best limestone' on ,,:
,
trol.' Sometimes'they will eat from a to sweeten sour and acid soils. mn.. ... Profit >y Kis- success 'When they are born la poverty cures of many cases to completibn' the market.,', ,.,.It
has limited -usefulness.. Surgical *.". Our-new machinery guarantees .
slice, of potato on whicji. bas been :A characteristic of groundgypsum ahasae.People'e Experiences. the chances for cure *re small, the '
is that'ithas an affinity for water and treatment for deformities, especially finest ground limestone. *- ',\
spread some paria green; 'but.tltle is I because medical attention and care '
not really effective -as a controL The I will draw moisture from the--atmos Occasional attacks of backache, irregular cost money! often large stuns, which those due to some forms of paralysis,i"f. Pineola :Lime*,Company

., .pievoiitifB Is "to :keep :the -grassand phere. This quality is a great factor urination,headaches and di*> only the -well-to-do can spare trees should be'followed In many cases by ''OFFICE ..In Bank of/ Orange ... .,'
grassTikeweeds off 'the"'J'dUtii!, at in'keeping moisture la the son and I* 17' spells we >frequent symptoms of their measm certain kinds'of exercise Joint manipulation Fla. :/, ,* .

'.; : least month before planting,just as of value to the famter.ln starting th. kidney disorders. It's an error to neglect Florida Legislature muscle training, and the like, *. FACTORY at, pfneola, Fla. *.. '. .-

; for cutworms.KTLL* growth-of grain and trass, as It holds the. III*,: The attacks may pass The of 1911 In order to make -permanent the results . ... ... .. . MM. ..

...',Ii , '. .... ", ,. moisture where. the roots of the small off' fer a' tune but genersVy return in1rr4ted for the erection of a hospitalfor of operation and to"prevent''the

r4 <:. t.. .. SCALE NOW.: .. plants _.t need It. with, greater.. Intensity.- Don't delaya free treatment of indigent cripI return of deformity. From time to

, --. "What IB the effect ef spraying 3nto The 'appliatfon" of ground gypsumor minute begin taking Dean's' Kidney -'|pled set'awlde, children of Florida parents, and fhne the physician in charge has been
-
". the bloomWith whale-oil soap? 1 land faster to the eliage of man)' Pills, and'keep up their-use until ceT Tl'the 0,000 annually for maintenance 'compelled by 'this lack of "facilities to

:,.iS r want to hit the scale-at the same tine plants 1alt: '"dry, hot season, it is declared the desired results are obt iwed. Good provisionwas institution; but this recommend that admission be denied i'

I spray for aeab." will draw the necessarymois- work in Klssmta *e proves tae effectiveness negatived by declaring to applicants because the case appeared !r
( that until the ,
number of children
Answer: Neither soap nor oil can I ture from the atmosphere and often of this -great.kidney remedy. '' should not to be amenable to reasonably

be mixed with aprays'for scab; and ifl save a crop from befog damaged by Mrs. H. Swver, 316 Church St., KIs- require a separate institution' prompt operative cure nad the meansto ,,
the little patients should be eared for ''I.
they could be they should not be used |' drought It is commonly applied Do simmee, says:' My kidneys bothered 1 a hospital or hospitals already In make such cure permanent were '[SPU 11rADAPIED. ".
Pin ,
in the bloom. Anystrength that peanut Vines to insure a crop. me for several months and I bd such' lacking. *
I ',operationand borne --4-
would be effective against the scale j I The production of gypnm, according dreadful backaches that it ww only,':the State Board of expense Health's treasury.from The State of Florida has spent no For Your: ... '1.:

or whitely at that season would in-,, to the tinned States Geological by sheer will power that I kept on |I moneys more wisely, and none that
Jure the bloom. The grower should Survey, DepecHment of the Interior, my feej. The kidney secretionswere So it happens that the hospital' still has brought more splendid results in ,

spray In the faa for scale .wl whitefly -,'WAS' increased from 594,462 short tons unnatural and most of the time I j is a promise of the future, depending; the restoration to normal strength of State .

; then the problemwill: not Arise in in :2900 to 2.44T/J11 short tons in 1915. could see dark spots floating before 'i upon the charitable inclination of I scores of little men and women to I a
I some future Legislature, and white 'I II
my eyes. My eight was more or less I I whom the outlook seemed without
affected. I used Doan'e Kidney PIlls I children are cared for at St. Luke's hope. It fs open to all who can be r :P R- ;'t;

and ft was but a short time before hospital, and little negro patients at I benefited. Even should the State appropriation w

I[ was' over the trouble. They seemedto Brewster hospital r both in Jackson tx insufficient in any year, Out. hstractirt CataJoga \

be Just what my system required.. ville. private generosity is pledged that no and Warily Price
Price, 50c; at all dealers. Don't.I' The treatment of these children child shall be turned away who is en- List t

simply ask for a kidney remedy-get since the establishment of the service titled to the benefits of the service t.'

..,,!. Dean's Kidney Pills--the same that has been under the direction of skilled and who may be helped by what- the SEND FOR

Idrs. Siever had. Foster-Milburn Co., physicians. Some remarkable State has provided. THEM :TODAY J

Props., Buffalo N. Y. cures effected have become records in
To Cur a Cold la 0.. Day
I the history, of American medical prac- ,
TkkLAXATTV8 BKOMO 0-1.1_. It DMCwich
Tankage : Swellings of. the flesh caused by inflammation tice. Sonic children seemingly helplessly see rt.adsoh..d work .. tile ctofM OoM.DrantM N5UDOI
cold fractures of the have been'made ref.... miomrr U U fall to oars.a. .
crippled, whole
W. OKOVK'S alcutM ea each ..*.. 2Sc 0 JACKSONVILLE. FLA f
'. (Blood and Bone) bone, toothache, neuralgia and rheu- ,
e matism can be relieved by applying
:
,
Guaranteed food, lasts wel(" and is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It "
AnalysisH
ammaa4L........ % the finest known soil should be well rubbed in ever the parts -
ToWI'hosa>t>orlaAcUl.... 16% - I ,
builder. affected. Its great healing and penetrating ,
Pure, ttamtd bone i t
.. cooked fresh from the As "Blood & Bone," power eases the pain, reduces Wror
editing tables, supplies Armour Tankage! has. swelling and restores natural condi-
I the phosphoric acid been familiar to every ions. Price 25c 50c and $1.00 per = 11 j
shown above. The am- grpwer for over 30 tons bottle, Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. s; Extra Fertilizer Value -
,t. monla is from blood in -more than 100,000 ,
t fresh beef scraps. that are have: actually: been used. II'

thoro ed ask) the! Steen bone.temporarily; -cookMany growers' prefer, who no- SWIFT IS A DIRECTOR.NEW OVERLAND DEAL] You can get the worth of your money In almost :;. 4

' potash goods are wisely E RT L' ZE any fertilizer, but deal Fertilizer gives you fr ;
J is
) Tanka&e a turning again to this Edward F. Swift, vice-president of .' 4- that and then some.
superior, strictly pure standard .material of Swift A Co of Chicago, and a dominating 'e '
product, prepared with unquestioned The market value Is based on analysis but field ;'

,g scientific accuracy by es- value. crop-making: figure in the world of finance value is in the mixing. Profits depend on field w
+'Y pecially developed, care- has been elected a director of the value. Extra
yield, extra quality extra profit. .
fully controlled pro- Get prices: from our VUIys-Overland Company of Toledo, ,
. 4L- cesses' It is rich: inavailable nearest Agent and write Ohio, and has signified his acceptance.Mr. Ideal Fertilizer is mixed to'make crops not just ,j

natural plant us for sample and leaflet. a set'r >' Swift is well known as one of to sell. Send for catalogue and price list. j

.
the heads of a great institution doing ,
,, -
: : Armour. Fertilizer Works' I a business of- over $6,000,000 per Wilson & Toomer 'Fertilizer Co. .r' ,,
"'-{ Jacksonville. na. .H. has been for '
ear. several
... ,, years c ,- 7
', ; ill'' Manufacturers of Ideal FertiUsersLI
"" a personal friends.of Mr.WilIy. and,
... ", ... ;- a. one of the large"holders;'of Willys. Dealers la Fertiliser Materials, ''

. .. - ..... .y Barayfag Maehiaory! 'aad',laaecUcldes e'' .
.' !'"Jfj . Overland stock has been so impressedwith _
rl..< .
..... ..J.Ir. 't the Immense growth'and future oS, .. '" .
,
'f: '. '"!'> .. > :. L,1 .JacbeuIIe j FledtoI' ,...
, ".- ..'... / . L ,
. possibility ,
th.eompany'thatth.wagpleasedto.aoapta <
-- t" ,. . ..
.:II". Mr. "' .. ,. . ',
S T
(
{ .: .directorship 1 re I" a.,, .>- 'y, 'P". ,, ' .' .... _
tilizelS; in th.:company-which, ''JWIt! is' ,the -, t.'".. .. f,' 'J;, ;",' ... : .
l'k' !t"t(.
11.. &r world's tseeoad largest '"'prodaar'of'a . -
.. .
'
,' .tomobpe., 'i "r.t; 1 .. _
, ,
*. .. ,
, "' L'*** "* ** _....,. 'n'r"'" ..,..;;;. ::;r.; ---ii'-' ... ;' .'.i' 4' ., : ,. "' - ':" -... 'T",*ass<-" .:. '..-t. . .;- .., .. ,w -. ,

;. "1 : "f ;we* < '!;o ':Jo .;;;; ,' "::':00; . _. 0 - .v' ..... -,... -
; stfcHi .. -, ., .' 'lie '" j
..-. :, ... : ; ._ :; Jrt I. e-- .
...-H .J -. ;fh' "''t -i- .
> 4. f((." ""' ; ..:........, 'f y 1t'u 1 J' '.' .5-
; ,'i- '
.\ 'N.i...J-.f'w ...:. tea' CyFA: ..., ' .. ... .. *
: .. : .t'' .. .
J
. t ';' 1 .f""I'" '.L...,.".at. .jL-r'.!.,. ;i.'. ',,",' ".", .'. ., .
'' '
:& ,"" _'

.



V ,..
.

I T ;PAGE, : !e i .. THE It IS'S 1111111'' AI. LIT GAZETTE' FRIDAY, DECEMBER t"1111/
=
,,'. 1 1 ." +

OUR MIND? LONG 'SINCE! THAT v 4'I

: KISSIMMEE 'OR NEAR THERE IS I

It"i Readers THE PLACE FOR US. \ '
; I Letters ,
ffomOu I have described that country. to a Such

"..at'inany people, and I am satlsftec \
.,I -- -- that I could Induce many to go there; "

i WOODALL FOB'INITIATIVE. BEFCRENDUM -, 'kick out a man we elect to office'.if, but, knowing that different,men: 'had tobaccoenjoyment"' '

,AND RECALL. he does not do like he,.promised to'do, different views have hesitated to I
when we elected him. It won't make I makd''' the effort fearing that my
."To the Valley Gauttest any difference If he is a constable or friends might get'dissatisfied and '

;'It certainly looks. as If j,the peopleof a judge. They will all be.weighed In hold'm* responsible for any'loss and i :
Florida' have made no mistake in would that I had
the same. balance, and'if found wantIng allege misrepresented -
. ; k :electing ,Mr. Catts to be their Gov they Will go out. the country. 'as you never thought ;

; L erne. ,.. Again, I say, good for Mr. Catty I We have been trying to keep up could be is yours to / '
When be made his last speech in No wonder the machine politicians with the political Issues In.lI the

Itisslmmee ho declared strongly that fought him. If there is any thing a States and more especially that of command quick as -

he would do all he could to have a machine politician hates to see it is yours. We had the pleasure of hear. you buy some Prince r' ..,

law passed that would give the people for the people to assert their rights ing .Mr.: Catty make a speech in the Albert and fire-up a /

f, : the right to remove a rotten and govern themselves and not let public square of your city, and we
judge from' the bench or any man the machiae do it for them.It were well pleased with his platform, pipe or a homS-made f

from office that does not do the will we can get the initiative and the especially in reference to his temperance cigarette !1Prince 1

of the people. referendum and the recall it will be principles; in fact, all exceptinghis

J That statement seemed to be heartily good-by to our dear old Jacksonville. Democratic leaning; and, although Albert gives '

approved by the big .crowd that Tallahassee gang that has been either J I voted my first ticket for Lincoln, -
tobacco ,
heard him speak. running or trying to run our State, land have continued to vote the you every sat- y a

4 Now Mr. Catty has made some lo! these many years. But we swatted ,straight Republican ticket, if I had isfaction your smoke- ? f, r f -I'' : '
r strong statements that show he is /goIng them one this year and let's keep the been a voter in your State I would appetite ever hankered' '+ i

Y to try to give us a governmentof good work going on. There is muchto ;i have cast my vote for Catts and the Corng.tne.
for. That's P// '
and for and by the people. do, and I feel that the majority of temperance cause Hence I congrat- because : .. :Co. 1'
't'> In several days after his !ulate the of Florida it's made i
a speech the very Jest people are with us, and good people on by a patented I On the old.
rvof
election and Which he made in that will lend a helping hand to bring about I their victory; and I hope that the process that curs out ihU tidr red tin

K .famous precinct in Alachua county the reforms so much needed.! We final result will be that not only In rw..will.P...*...dt.."Pr-o..July y? PC.

+ .to a* crowd of about 2,000 people who want soma! good, common-sense work ,your State, but that in the near future bite and parch; Prince Albert has always hum ash", .l.or do ..';.:ma bih ;III UI,, II

were celebrating his victory he de- done that will bring the people back I the Stars and Stripes will float over been sold without coupons .or premiums. 10. "I... wh_ VIII i 1'
..
f> I -a. b.foml I
dared that he was in favor of the recall into their own. I feel with Mr. a dry country-so far as intoxicatingdrinks We prefer to give quality JI 1 I/WMhRI'OIAU0'
'
initiative and the .
and also of the are concerned.
at the head that we can have it.G. cattJ
referendum all of which are needed I)I B. Now,' for fear that 'I have already

badly. I extended my remarks beyond the
Fine for our Governor-elect! If he MR. ROACH OF TENNESSEE;, : point of interest to your 'readers, I '
I
h will-help- ua-to .get those good laws' WANTS; TO LIVE AT KISSIMMEE I will shortly ring off in hopes that we 'L R1NGEALBERT

like some other States have, he will LnFollette Tenn., Nov. 30. I Twill have the pleasure of meeting you I .

pull the teeth and clip the wings oft To the Valley Gazette: I all again on this side of that river ,

r ', those politicians who want to boss I believe I promised you jn my last :that we must all cross in the near the national smoke

the State in the interest of the rail- note, which )vas. written last June, I future,.and with best wishes for your joy .

,. roads and other hoggish corporations.:I that I would write again. So, as thts.,paper' its editor and staff, I am, asiWer has a flavor as different as its delightful. You never tasted the like of It I
It won't do them any good to keep is a day of thanks, with nothing of I WILLIAM ROACH.
And that isn't
Y lobbyists and wire pullers at Tallahassee great importance do, I thought strange, either.

r to put bad laws through and I perhaps a few lint from old Ten- Men who think can't
FLORIDA BEST FOR POULTRY they :smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette -
to keep good laws from passing. of
nessee might interest some your Boy Prince Albert everywhere
t can smoke and will smoke if Prince
) they
use k
The "referendum" means that the readers. (Continued From Page One. ) tobacco i. olj in
l
1 people will have a right to vote onany My last letter, having brought me I 'loppy red bag*, Set"tidy red Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a tryout .

law that they don't like that has I several letters, revealed to me the and ours at 40 cents a dozen the difference and tint, MU lOe-pound handsome tin pound humidore certainly) have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment j :

1 been' passed by the Legislature. In fact that the people of that country I is worthy of consideration). and -that corking... coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply.] .... ,
that way the people can put a checkon read The pound & rst -'''_.,Aamidor Prince Albert tobacco
I your paper very extensively, i i average price of broilers in that with will tell its own story I l "
*
their legislators. and some seem to be interested in the I California egg 'city has been $3 per that keep pongemoimtenerlop tobacco ."
's The "initiative" means that the letters from this State. I| dozen; at Tampa $5.40. in each divert ..olwoytj R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wuuton-Salem, N. C. ". .

; people can frame up a law and vote / We have been blessed with nice : The!: average price of old chickens in ".,'

on It and adopt it if the Legislature weather up to the present time; California has been $4 a dozen; at _ __ __ _____u __ -- - -- -- --- -- .

l' won't do it. (though from present indications, we Tampa $7.80. small towns, and $100 an acre near cit TAMPA'S FAIR AND CARNIVAL Corn Club Boys 60: S. Potato Club Nixt( ,
1' f When we. have the initiative the :may look for some winter weather as These figures are taken from the' es; while that California Board of Continued
From One.
referendum and the recall, we won't I the thermometer has gone down 26 Board of Trade booklet of that Cali- Trade booklet states: "Land close to I! ( Page )

have to get down on our hands and :degrees since yesterday and fornia and the the and Fla. Dec. 7. With
? '( evening egg city Tampa figureswere city costs $400 $500 an acre. | TAMPA general be given. .
knees to a lot of politicians any time the wind blows rather hard. This L. P. Dick exhibits from of 6
compiled by secre- The egg market never will be over. twenty twentyfive I While the yield of cern acre",
per
we want a bad law. stopped or a goody makes us think and talk of Florida, I tary of the Tampa Board of Trade, supplied. Japan has 826 fowls to each counties, representing all sectionsof that of last
was not so great as :year,
one put through. We will attend to : and its sunshine and finq climate. and both authentic. Florida the work of I
are square mile, or 1% hens to the square, assured pro- owing to the excessive; drouth of the '
that ourselves if our legislators fail We' have not yet made our mindsas I In the minimum Fair and / M ,
the South
I up California tem- acre, with every r.cre practically under moting Florida 'early season, the boys reduced the ". '
to do it. to whether We will have the pleasure perature runs from 10 to 20 degrees cultivation in that thickly set- Gasparilla Carnival the dates of I of hone."power
cost
production by using
It,also means that we won't have to I I of spending this winter: in the ,I colder than that of Florida, with cold tled country-the greatest egg-pro- which are Feb. 2 to 10, is now under instead of handwork, makingvery
# beg them to pass a good law. We I I South or not. However, we have fill- : winter rains in California, against i ducing nation there is. In the United way. The construction of at least results for the
I satisfactory past
R can pass.it ourselves if they won't do ,ed up the coalhouse baconed our hogs Florida warm rains in winter. The States, there is only one-half of a one new building and the extension of
y I:and made all the necessary ; maximum summer in the will be to year..
It.That preparations temperature fowl to each cultivated acre, or less grounds necessary accommodate County Demonstration Agent Evans,
you see, will knock out the :, to winter here; but if this ,, California is 110 degrees; in Florida, than one-fourth of a fowl for the en- the increased volume and stated that of 1 (
a change is. being
crop.
lobbyist"and wir0 pullers. It wont should be our fate you can tell your 96 degrees. tire acreage. 'variety of exhibits, for which free
considered by the boys of the club and
'+l I do ,any good for ,them to, work on readers that, though we may be hereIn [I I In Florida, we can raise bermuda The hens In. the United States lay space will be granted as usual. that a Sweet Potato Club may ..replace
2k the legislators when the people have the flesh, our thoughts will be with grass and sunflowers 'and other green One From now on the fair and carnival
20,000,000,000 the
eggs a year. egg Corn Club for the coming
the first and last say 'so. I your country, and especially the good ,,food the same as in California. We in every three is eaten by the raiser will be extensively advertised and the season.

Now,of course, the politicians say 1 people of Florida, whom we learned can raise corn and cereals here, but in thereof. The other two are started attendance is expected to be from At a conservative estimate _100 e
the people area lot of fools and don't to love and almost adore I I California they buy it 'for land 1 at to than that '.
j 50.0 for the market, but 15 per cent get 25,000 50,000 larger recorded bushels of potatoes could be produced I t.
;have sense enough to pass laws for : We' have a good country and areblessed an la too to r
acre expensive grow these last February. Amusement ,
broken This ,
loss ,
or are spoiled. On ,the one-l sIf acre cropped by the '';_ u;
themselves; but-it seems tome that with nice; but humble home I' .!
a ; grains. a' attractions "of a higher class will be et 0
F( the, people' )ought to .have 1 'sense 1 BUT WE HOPE TO A'i'i I In amounts to $50,000,000 year-a boys, and in many instances the :yield .
OWN
} Florida is ideal
every way an great sum, which could be conservedby. secured and efforts are being' made to would far exceed this figure. Owln.. '' .
enough to: adopt laws if they have SMALL HOME IN YOUR COUN- poultry and if Carnival <
country equals not careful and i stage the Gasparilla on a>
handling gathering the
more to of sweet .N4
necessity r
potatoes,
?q Rente enough to pick out melt to make TRY AND I t
; AFTER GOING OVER that chicken .
surpasses great center; of I bigger scale than ever before.
Fifteen to 2(1 per cent the and the high prices which now prevail
laws
:for them-which they do now. THE STATE TO A CONSIDERABLE and land can be had here for $25 to I The railroads and steamship lines )'
marketed into cold
eggs; go storage- (the market price today being $1.20), .
The recall' would fix it
so we could EXTENT, WE HAVE MADE UP $50 an acre for poultry farms I low
near I something; like '2,000,000,000 or 3,000I!I| !are again offering extremely the wholesale firm of Waters A: Carson ""

-- -- ------ ,000,000. The rest are eaten while '''round trip .rates from all points east ......gred to- contract with the flit> <"
.
fresh. The proportion of storage eggs of the Mississippi river, and some boys to buy all theywill t.
Doints west, and will make an effort .
depends! on how much money people produce and to pay market prim or
w have to spend for fresh eggs.; On account | lo doulla the patronage of last winter not less than 50 cents per busheL ill

of prosperous times, the wage rrom Ohio river points. This firm will also offer a cash prize

earner has done away with his chicken : of $25 for the greatest yield per acre.
yard and is buying eggs. Hence !I The Quinine Tint Does Not Affect The Heat In order to establish this club, it
Decauae of 1U tonic and laxative effect. 1.AXA.
/ there are fewer eggs and more peo- [ TIVH BROMO QUININE!I. better thin ordinary will be necessary to have twenty
sometimes wakes feeling to them. There reason'' Quinine and doe not cause nervoumnea nor there should be
pie though
JONES up cross buy is a ringing; In head Remember the full name andtnok members no ';
why eggs are selling for 5,cents each I for the vicnature of B..W. OROVK. UO. difficulty in securing this number. ,:
in the know ,
a family it
,, consequence now, and the price will likely remain -- ---- -

:* without his telling them in so many words. high for some time. The fact that inspectors -
found 72,000,000 dozen eggsin
:-
cold storage in Chicago is of small

Mrs. Jones attributes it to biliousness and moment. They would last the United, i-i' o T -i I '
? States for a day only.
if it doesn't off the she
wear
during day Tampa consumes 30,000 eggs a \ *
An gift:
\! him week, of which 80 per cent are shippedin appropriate
; gives a dose of liver medicine at night. from the North and 20 per cent. /, '

The next morning he feels better and she come from Florida towns. There for everyone on your" list-- ,

pass through Tampa each week
: gives him coffee for breakfast -and the next 36,000 eggs shipped from the Northto from grandmother, who is not too old td
for
Cuba-and maybe as many more be enthusiastic over a pretty pin her

morning,-and the next morning. And in find their way to Cuba via the Florida. dress or a silver case for her !;spectacles to
: sast coast and twice that amount by baby, whose chubby hands would just fit '

? :$, a few days Jones has another spell. steamer direct from New York city I around a silver cup or tiny spoon

Cuba l Is a great market for the Florida There are Just hundreds of things from -
'''Tampa and the which you can chooee the "right" gift so easily.
producer.
to ,. Dear Mrs. Jones means all right but she .. egg I I- '
Cuban egg market could take 00,000 Silver clutch point pencil. $1.00 to $550.

r: doesn't seem to realize that if she didn't give eggs a week. < Gold Brooches Scarf Pins Rings. Tie Clasps; ;

: Mr. Powell has made a compilationof Lingerie Clasps, Neck Chain Cud Fins. $2.00
$: i, Jones his morning coffee she wouldn't have profits made by a large number of upward.

egg farms and finds that a high-class Gold Link Buttons Pendants. :Bar Pins. $3.50upward.
a to give him the liver medicine and Jones egg ranch in Florida will net more '

'1 1.i' would feel all right without both. than$2 a $1 hen per a year hen a net.year. Some claim Coat Gold.Charaa.Bead' $6.00 Necklaces upward.Bangles; Watch Fob,,. !'' ,

It is the, ideal business for quick

$' -Yen Housewives everywhere have found out returns and small capital. One-main Greenleaf & Crosby Co..

on a ten-acre farm can take care of I
., that Instant Posturn takes the place of breakfast 1,000 to 1,500 hens. .JEWELERS AND IMPOKTEllS.
GIFT GIVING GOODS.
Besides the profits on fryers, .
eggs '
'f':' ,,r-g. \i' 1; -4RJI coffee perfectly. And that: is only gj ,bne of _:.1r and old chickens,'there is a profit of 41 W. Day St.Jacksonville. Flat

;;" i'\' .,h.c"reasons: why- Instant Postutn: has .wholly' "" thelr'dropplngs$210 a year from, if each gathered 1,000 on,hens a lime for '::'"

: supplanted the use of coffee on thouands"I j and sawdust floor. .

'. The) egg business, properly conducted ;
.. : thousands; ofAmericanbre, i kf s ''tablcsVt v af ,'would establish some place In the
-
'....."-. V 'Ufo.-':.". '. .:; .:.<*. :.,.,.... ,".... j State-,large:factories" for the. making. N1

'It .: Q.'t. . t.. :!J .' .. of egg//,' carriers, 'one-dty-old I 'chick WRITEFOR' ;
'. 1
.i, ) :
'. .( L1." \ carriers, ,incubators, portable hen
. ""- ",, .... , .. . . . "I >1! ......s.... r - ," f
; of food !
;;.. ... .- -....... ."'!.I"'J'OO"' "" ....._- ..-.."...""""""'" ...,.,..I'I1I:!"11I11I __ ; ,', houses, and for.the grinding , :CATJH.OG;
f : and for bone and meat feeds'andmedicines i
i p p't1 '
etc. It Is an industry that ,

.. c'should, be..fostered:and _encouraged. r

,

... .. ,. ,,"" ;
e '
/ : r.
';, .. .. ; .
'";, .' t'i., .... ., ''J! '
r 4, , 4
wi Wi _.1i/i.... .. "''''-' .r.'0""



-

.

'" T' ..... t
,, "' ;(0., ... ... ;'-"J' '1")
'" -
1" !
,
I I V'I
c
,
.
V ..


t- i\t- f.ii': ..,; ,;:.1.1': .. ': VV .' 'IT: I..A ;) .'i.likSJ: I/. t .. l' : . {
V "_ ,,, II T"" I.'
V V i
_ _ V .... "".' V *

:.nm T1 '1:1'l .: V .. ... : TR '. ISiJ.fflt.V: LE rUMiththe -Z1TfE: .. ; .... .. -' ''' <1. .. ,. . ,,,,,,__,,,.,?, t: ___ .i1
"
V1
Heartburn er.. of 'lead. II' acres 'In trove, anil County of' Oaceola. In'' Chancery.- ;;; }?Cf.,
Li's ofindlgesUon -
trees of all kinds and sixes thOu.IThI. symptom j
I ; \bulldlnratHereon.' 4 It ., 'IN.,; Johaaon. com.la.uinX..". L .M.

(B Everglades of switches po ..,,.brqJ.h, ferns, i JU1 I ..., :Takea' dose' W.jHERBINfc/! .In.uchaes.t1 etet The of board reject any.;'V..Jh. rlrht. .Address to ae* Park ran and| JUU L, Plckren Av.rthVafMVa, h.r busbai'ioo.erLL A. V.) L tek.B.,

11 togetherj iMMabov rattan ) pain disappear instantly i >> PiekrarJ'alaoiknown .
woven ,
*i ; rt< aI ; *
: BUILDING fr/E TAM/AMl TRAll *t T ". ,&IIbidst1 ;bVEHSTRKET Cl..... 'Ii! m),*CaI"l. B..a.l. and TohS
I. .... ; . . V :) tad .other ,yines.R perhaps<:.se'erabudredwouldo : gThe 'bowels,,operate speedilyand L ,. "y\.a. ',.t-- TT_Kla.lmm. Fla.. ia.! u. 4 ley aa forma' oo oartnara. 4_
: '
\
r feel' fine vigorous" nd ch.. fitsbu.lneaa the flrm
at
4 Dixie Hfghway existed i. : ; I'1 700 ta ...... Va..... .<.*. .. ......... BOVB Buckel. Kaadlejr. and .. *Indl.ldu"name ot; II j "I
(:Fro. Magazine.), once' an impenetrable.. ,jUn ground before tha"mass wo ld fall,..* ful'PrlostOd'. ;Sold,by. QsceolsPbar. I ** .B. Jodlvlal. limit, Oaevola a..d WilUna' "w.Ilj and all ...r_". .

V It Is.to b regretted. +,hat. great and. with water, muck''anc t mud underneath. that itr could t be .chopped;apart with macy. '....F Florida. la Chancery.Tha clalmln decease ;interests or otherwlsal umber J.Reepondant.B. Simmon..' f

..- V brush axes.. When it was considered City: of K.-::::;.. Florida s'... nm.toouWt tltle, Order =
'daring projects"of construction, when Bananas Liked Germany.. atolpal .Corpora...... V.pi.Iea.vs. ." lion. To all whom' may-ooBeern't It
toq. Some idea of th.'MJ' >ip.'of.htallk' that the* .clearing'had'; to,'.Jbe"done; ;at ** a p.arlnr \\t to the,
tell
cannot the, of BTrifliod'ln"he'Vbo' :
completed, I '' 'Ten'y.Ixs ago': a banana was.a rarity JaB. .ea tLDIbbt.D.fea4..tii : _u.. that
of building"a road through the the ,contract price of*$44 an, acre; H' the He.pond.nt.: William BoawelL'
.difficulties, .''net and: overcome, ,instead Everglades be obtained from can'raadDy'be. ..n that the contract In the Interior'cities bf Germany, apnearinr br affidavit appended to Mrs. A. *'I c EZ2 and : iMekraa h.r
may a ; "u.bancJ. L ... ..
B. .
but result of.steady advertisingand the bill niedjn the above-atat.d causethat > ; 1. Plctoren> (alao .
as a
of presenting the smooth, finished graphic account of..hls struggles on tor had to run likeihe, devil .for hip Jaroea C.Dibble. the defendant knowsaaj.. D...Graham)* and --John-.
,. ; the recommendation doctors, therein named la a. resident of the, )I.adiey I a I nave.ddr..... unknown to
appearance, too,''ofteD. taken ai;a Big Bend, furnished, by.Captain K/B. money.<:' Some stretches could! not V be them quite State of FioriAa, but .... been abaent the complainant or to *". eomplalnonfa
the cuual observer > the. public.nowpurchases from the State 'for .morethan alztrday. 5oIiVitors and It al.o
by byrPtheair"
of
matter ,course Harvey, whoohas) V ,the, COIItract"for cleared for three times tha price."The :? .. and I. now residing at Alton. said afridayit that the ..appearing

without;! thought ..to' how it was fifty-five miles of the trail from Fort finished road bed is 18 feet generally, > V State-of Kanaaa..and la .... the alfa Ju.t 'abo'I'' .'.nameel are .U ?....

all" raiught !about., ,This )1. going to Myers to Marco. V -, V wide., It is 1% to 1 slope, with 6- ,Records disclose that for several of dared twenty-one that aala year.nonresident; It I I. therefore defendantbe or-1 r.l.tht.asia.: respondent It la therefore, herelnabovek ordered

.& Jlhe 'case 'of the.Tamjomi trail, a *Thero are i'no rule. in 'the book," inch crown anj 8-feet beam, The eon centuries an' infusion of nutgalli and the ha bill la of hereby complaint required flled to In appearto adS named SwJ.bm, and> and whose they addre.aee are hereby. are. iin ro'..< 5 5BVBIWTH 5i

greater part of whlch'lI over the Dixie says Captain Harvey, "to fit the proposition tract for the island part and part of treated with sulphate. of Iron composed cause on or before Monday..'the 'lit au f ? '.-mpwir.In ail*0 tho,BIll of Cora
day of January.: A. D. plaint cause on or before
HIT otherwl.
,. 'Highway, now being 'constructedV offered by Big Bend. It wasa the mainland was 24 cents per' cubic the only known Ink. the allegation of said bill will b. .: .R Day In ,.. A.dDm 1917'


The road will extend from Tampa, on It was scrub mangrove and "grass and under such conditions is ,IJ bo published onc. a week for four conaaeutlTo will be r- take. aa confessed by :
'" It I.
further
the west coast, to Miami on the east, muck. Think of the leaves on the skating'on thin ice." I.y Galetta week.. a newspaper In the Klaalmmea published Val.&a- I'tr... order -r* publishad ,ono"ordered a' weeK that

and when completed in 1918, will rep tre shaking and trembling and the In removing, the big rock,ledges and said Counts and 't.a.llth.. Kit.- I 1'101"klavlmmee eightV(5)consoouive Valley) Oa.etle...a.k..In.... the.

resent a total outlay In excess of f 1- whole mass of muck and mud for hundreds rock strata wherever encountered, explosives (Clht.. :.r'b.r3.) V Clerk U OVKRSTRBKT: ,Sfi-tt:: ; bt -ft-fflt Countyof and ., en.ra*i .

000,000. Approximately $175,000 has of feet in each direction quiver- are used. The major' portion Dryan A Pledger, Circuit Cou..LSolicitor. I .1" said Count;,:. -. .itnes.

and work is under of the material to be taken out ,for Complainant 41-Ct the Honorable James W. Perklne,
been appropriated, Ing'and shaking like a mass of jelly udn ef said Cburt. and nip' lame as

way, so that its ultimate completion with each vibration of the dredge en is soft, the big bucket on the dredge MOTICK.TheTJoard ''I the Cur said t thereof Cll'Culf'and Court.th"this official the; ht seal day o'

assured. is able to do all of the excavatingdown of November, A.
is absolutely gine. Then think of putting a 40,000- of County Commissioners (Ct. Ct. Seal) .r, i.ll\ OVERSTREfcT.
'
'
have been It' to bed rock. When the road bed of Oiioeola County will receive bide
Large bridge projects pound engine across. Well, I put to 10 up V Clerk .of Circuit Cou"' :
A. MII Docmeber .
provided for at the crossing of the over, but came out wild, frantic and' aa' thrown up by the dredge, has stood painting court houaa roof llth.. one 1915.coat on Johnston Complainant&.:"Gar..ett- 80Ilclto.V for
t'-It
V _
at Bradentown and for thirty 'days and thoroughly dried work to be painted with Teaalee and
Manatee river gray-headed. It takes every nerve; Oanlbert brilliant red roof paint. IN CIRCUIT" COURT OP '

across Charlotte. Harbor ajb Punta one has and can borrow, with muck and settled, the contractor's. forces go The board reserves, the rirht'to .0. J"tn Judicial Circuit of Florida' THH. In 8BV-and
cept or reject all bids
any or bide) to Osceola .
County In
Gorda.Of and mud underneath twelve feet deep, over with pick and shovel, leveling be addreaaed, to W .JoljnBon, complainant. Chancery,ra. JU: It.C,
of 2i6.9 the down little above to allow J. 1.. OVKRBTRBET: nerk ; R-.I Warthan MraT: ...
the total mileage and chancing the slightest mistake or a grade, tS-U Klaalrnmee.. Florida r.n and ..*PI"k..n, her; V. Pick-

stretch front Punta Gorda to Miami, error of judgment would make a for rolling. The sub grade will be V Pooaer. 1. Pick..n, (also) bnaband known) act.I.'B.

representing a mileage of 188.9, has buScUd: and tangled wreck of 40,000 rolled with a roller weighing seven The Board 0 I'OT.CIII. CnJDlDla.l&n... I F.). Graham Headley\ ), !ai Calvin former Bu k.>" and John.
oo-partnera
4.hg -
been :incorporated as a part of the poun&s of steel and machineryr Tryit tons or more, and any depressions are of elve Oireola.bid. up County to 10 ,A.Florida M.. Deo. will 11. 1.11.-re- Buekels business A:.H. .under ll.>r. the firm name of
and.aa.lndlvldu
Pixie highway. This is.the most.dif- and see' what sleepless night. a...." brought to an even surface. After-a on acre a.tractof located ,betwton land of about Klanljninee 10 or-and-10* .nd -William ?lioawell and all persons Ja<''

ficult part of the construction, as a In answer to the question,,of how)sub, grade has* been completed a rocktothedepth.ftwelTe'lnehe. \[ft. ,Cloud--,, to"-be---V used. _..._a"County! ,Poor claiming. "*a :*,. or't.reot-s.ntherw uicfr'j'ss., ResPfltidents B SimmflnsVdpc :

,greater ,part of it I-th! ughthe ,Everglades. he did it, Captain Harvey said he tried surface "arnirf The board* r..v.-t-e; right fo' aeept tlon.Rill 'to 1I'0! Quiet all whom Title. It Order may o'-Publlc.
"n".1 It
With the exception of the plank and log cribbing but this was is put on and rolled. ill bids br reeet' bide Address .PP.rli>w from the Sworn Bill of Com

completion of the .bridges at Braden) too uncertain and treacherous. Then The rock is then .scarified, graded l :sOL. OVER TRJlltT.' Clerk. persons plaint flied interested. auie ln that thr4 lS?..

town and Punta Gorda, a well graded brush mats were made and piled four and rolled. Twenty-four inch culvertsare I'V V K'aalmroee.' Florida,; volved known Defendanta In this. ault; and trP"that th the:n"the.tt-. .

road, with a large part of the mileage i feet high, the track laid on them and to be placed about every 600 feet. I. Clmlt Cart. S..<. ef .....1'1... .... of such persons " interested. are UB"

surfaced, will provided from Tampa the machine forced over the brush In Dade county at every mile station saSh C.'r.Jadicici a.'lrr.i Ckaseary.Tb. .. t.ea1. ;wnI..O; r>r hec1 Complainant' \n. said nut and of Com.Tirfln.'K that' --

to Marco early in 1917. Some ad- I msts. "These mats," said Captain a 20-foot spur road as a turn-out will .. plaint, .. .. unknown.f>nd. ,
elty .1 PCIr.1.e. .. ... a Ma. 1 Jil iu refore ord.r.dth.t; .
Don'tCost
ditional funds are needed to surface Harvey, "were often washed down in be provided. "This CcrtlPcate .ieIpal. c........... parti *..,. claiming.an 1nte...... In the fol"

the road in Lee.county. The highway the muck until the track layer. would Among the men who have been in Notbln'; It's vs.JaRS.. Foaatala ttpkalta sad O. C.Hrhalta. the County described of -aeeoa property and IituCtiitj' State of In

from. Marco to Miami, a distance of have to fish to their shoulders in the the forefront in the construction of Worth Big Money"A Oacvola. her Hardware ha.beadi('..II...R..,.,May a: Cer.ratloM sad. half Florid.$ !?.he'Hnrth Northwest half quarter off the of North 80y .,

83 miles, will probably require the mud to get out the rails and cross thtf-Tamlami trail were W. D. Collier, . .. ...Hea.ae*.ta, ..n.I5.T,0Tnhl'. ( Ill, South.. Range U.,
....... Tallahassee MerMlan// doappear
I' new feature ot ace lathe
greater part of the year to complete ties." of Marco; A. B. Tucker, Punta Gorda; Baekeyo Certiaeate. f........ .It appearing- affidavit' appended to to the (' P alnanfB Bill of ComplWlntA *

on account of th. tremendous The tourist who travels this road, Prof.. F. W. Perry, Fort Myers;' Sam free oafre.neet, /lth. treee la BayejBBBTtlty the Janle bill Fountain flled In above-atated Bchufn and cau.1t. u.that C In her..ln'III.d.bru.ry., on' -'or D. 5rSre 1'11. the the same Rule being nay'

ties to be oversome in difflCUI-1 I as he will be able to do as fa* as Marco Williams, Marco; E. G.< Wilkerson, Bkeald.. T." ever _.. Schulta. her husband two of the de the I Gth day Of said montb else the
.. Ball yeaur strove <*.. .ertlSealeBaay fvndaitta therein named are residents said Bill will be taken aa ronfeuedt;
through Big Cypress swamp. in 1917, will miss the thrills of the Bonita Springs; A. L. White, a civil aria* yo 41cr
be ,
teresting fact connected with the battle with the Everglades.. The.first engineer of Fort Myers; President Ed ...__.. ., ..11... BddlUeaaU. day.( and therefrom are at for present more realdlna than alxty at twelve published(II) Consioutive one. wieks'in a week the for

building:'of this-- extreme Southern 1 travelers may see the brown bear., Bryan, of the Central Florida Highway V 111.*....... .."..., tllaie ...4. and Bloomabure are over, State the kg. of of Pennsylvania twenty-onr, Kissimmee p.r published Valley In aid Qairtte. a newapa V

cross-state highway is that on the entire ,wildcats and other denizens the Association, and Secretary x;. P. _.1.. havo paid _...._...1 ,.ea...; 4t I. therefore ordered that aaldnonrraldent eIs.: and of general CountT'of O.ceflT"1 BRIO-'
Dickie of James F prI._ for graves Bleated .. defendant 'be and are County. " **. the Honorable Jam*
distance from Marco to 'Miami jungleswhich frequently come with Tampa; Capt. Jt_...,..,tveea. They kaew.. what hereby required to appear to the bill W. Perklni Judge of said Court and

if there are fewer than twenty-five Inhabitants in two hundred yards of the workmento Jaudon L. T. Highleyman) R. E. Mc. ..." were ....1_. The Bwk..yeeertlScate before complaint Monday lied, the In l.t said day cause of January n.or fWelal mr name seal aa of Clerk the Said thereof Circuit and Court.' the"

,> and these are mostly Seminole satisfy their curiosity as to what Donald, W. T. Carter. G. Duncan Brissier la .. rear treea what A. D. HIT otherwise the alUratlonaMaid this ,the 1st day, of November A.. \ft
.J I and President ... ,.. of title. .. row laad."Tkere . bill will be, taken ae confenaed by 1.1.. T..- L OVBRSTRKHrrT: '
Helm of Miami
V* Indians. Leading out from MI. new creatures have coine to disturb V..W. said defendant.It (Ct. Ct. Seal Clerk Circuit Court:
extend V D.,C. Gillett, of the Tamp Board are. ...._ far Backeyapepalarity. la further ordered that this order John.ton A uarr.tt, Solicitor for Complalnant. -'.
& T mtaml( trail will their solitude.
(? ami tb I V ." aaya oaa Itarkeyatoaien be publlahed once a week for four eon.secutive . V.- 44-111'.
for twenty-four miles due west without Aside from catering' to the desires of Trade. 'The working out of the .- ..I Bald Bmy ero. ..1rsrI Weckf In the Klaalmmee Val. '
I engineering plans have been In the .......... .t LiOGbixea. Icy Oaaette, a newspaper published la r. !.. C*""* Of the .._...
a:eurv-e'or; an angle. of the motorist to explore: the much .. .1 4 1-4 of I.... said county. and State ladlelal Clrralt of tke State of .- .
acre* .r ,
Ttrta November UK. .
llth 55 .
IB. ,
hands of Hobert Crabtree, county en- nad fe Oamola .
The contractors are now obliterating talked Everglades. view the wo > at PUS per box oa tae tree/* VPest. (Ct. Ct. Seal) t. li. OVEI1STREET.V !: Ckaaevrr.
the traces of the story of month. derfnl and provide a vast gineer of Dade county,and P. F. Jenkins Clerk Circuit. CourttYBryan V s 'IIILLI FOR IMVORra.
scenery yoW oosAt to .._ aboot A Pledger, -V Edward p. Adaaaa, C. .......
Bi
pent in battllag-'against terrific odds hunting preserve accessible to hunters county engineer of Lee county, ......,.. oetrvteap' m.tb.4.qeal.., Solicitor for Complainant4Sft_ : .... .
f Everglades involved hada assisted by E. T. CoUins and son. sty, .....1.., ....... Bra .. OBP freeataloa Harriet Emlaa AaaMk" ........_..
In the much and water of the of big game, the counties Seed far roar. _.y t.4.p.BUCKE'TE NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAX: i It .pp..rlnll' by .Iclenc. appindeg", V
Both Tampa and ,Miami Boards 'of UKKU UNnKR SECTIONS KT4 AND 'I the Bill fll.* > above
hIy go.by ,sowing grass tremendously big commercial idea t? n cause that
as
;; 'NURSERIES OIR. flKNRHAl. 8TATIITKH OS-. Harriet Louisa Ad...... Respondent
jseed "along .the embankment of the'highw.yi' SIft view in planning and' carryingthrough Trade have'given valuable assistanceto TIllS,STATIC y FLOH1OA.' I therein named la a non-r.>l<|..ni of the
Tam the counties in bringing about'a n1114 CatJaeaa Beak.. B.UdjagTampe. Bt.te of Florida and a resident of GUI,
Property owners are dot. the construction I-of the 5'I' Notice la' hereby alvin that W.' Ct' Maaa.. and la over the air* of twenty, ,. '
the-f with and.oth-' Trail. Lack of dralnageasVWSII favorable'Vot .on th..bond Issues in Fo.ter. purchaser of Tai Certificate one yeara.. and that there la no person
d.id. palms lami
ting : 1C IB*GltiLRTT D. C.QIIXBTT.Larceat Non 14 ST.s 28 and ISO, all dated the In thla State the' service of subpoena ,V
"er tropical tree.'and foliage, so,that as inaccessibility make, dormant and .the several counties.' V BxelaaHraly at... 1'1.' .. '. SIb day of July. A. D. 11... has filed upon whom would, bind sack Re.pond-

by the time tourists 'can travel this' worthlesS' hundreds ,of thousands/ of The Miami Board of Trade Tamiaml ....... la tae 'WorU.W. said made certificates application In for tny Tax office; Deed and to Issue has 01111 It la therefore,, 'or..eI. aald

.
great highway across the state. only I acres in the Everglades, which .x. Trail committee, headed by L. T In accordance with law. non-realdeat Rfipondent be and .he
Bald certificate embrace re.peetlrcly hereby la eouired to
enDear to the
nalo, small lakes and rich, fertile, perts claim contain the'fertile Highleyman with J. IFr Jaudon and H.BROKAW: the following; described '&IIdll\o\ ,-lying, Bill of Complaint filed In said can. ,.
and' being situate la O.oeola ,County, on or before
Monday the 4th
day of
R E. .McDonald.presented for .
V :.! Ibe in the foreground where, soil to be'found in the ?.worfd. -The a plan State of Florida, to-wlt: December A. D. ..J.. otherwise the
'd ." construction of the Tamtam! Trail removes the setting aside of not less than 20- SALESMAN" No.' 1$. All Section S4 In Townahlp atleRatlona of said Bill wl'l ... takeir
: .
14 South. Range II Kaat: aa confessed by said Re.pondent.,
both of then obatSries. The 000 'acres of State lands in the Everglades W Block No. IT. All Section ZS In Township It I. further ordered that thl..order
the from the sale of .tkJa. 14 South Bangs tl East; V be published once a week for. four con.
For Christmas-Photos method<< employed in excavating for proceeds' .N' ... t*. All Ra..Hr.ne In Township .ecutlve. weeks In the Xla.lmmee Val'
canal and throwing' the rock, whcih should be devoted to the construction Orlando t FloridaOsHip Si South. Range SI Cast) Icy G....... a In
the up No. suu. M..U 4, Block 4SI .ald County' and State.I""a!
V:HAVE YOU thought of PORTRAITSas marl and other material for the road of the outlet canals for the I Lake Front ti: 'tIn to St. Cloud. (Ct. Ct. Seal) :J. U OVBRSTOERT.that! !: .

a solution to the gift problem? A Tamtaml! trail canals to the"OCean and The said lands being assessed In the Clerk CirsuiL Qoart
and the unsuitable of and and O.
bed, depositing name Moody Skipper COutlaw ThIS October'Ilst, jfl$. H...
made in
dozen of your portraits, our vegetable gulf: It was' decided from an engineering 1111 IIIIIMI at the date of the L.uano
news di.tinctive styles, will make material, such as decayed of Said certificate.: unless said certio JUolciAi, CIRCUIT iJi
twelve appropriate gifts that wil be matter and muck on the other side, standpoint the drainage fea- I rate. .hall be redeemed according. FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT .OF.
WILDER'S STUDIO. I ture can be best worked out after the LegalIAdvertisements law, tax deed will : : the OSCHOI.A CO"NTT--IJII
appreciated. I'|'U best described in Captain Har ISth day of .. -.1hfJ..olrl.n CHAMCKRY.Myrtle .
road is well under way, in order to Witness my ". aeal
vey's own words: f: this the llth day of November A. D, B. .....t_". ,.9.V. .
Every conceivable kind, characterand harmonize the working out of the details 1111. c-p.; ...."""
(Ct. Ct. Seal) J U OVERSTRKHTT .. -V
condition of road building is foundin for the drainage in conjunctionwith su'IlI- I IIlll 1111111 Clerk Circuit Court, Oaceola Heirs .f .rb.mea 'W' ..._
V
the first ten miles north from Mar the road construction. MOTICK FOR_PUBLICAT.OR.n. County, Florida. .-..... --...... V
V SEECARSON 48-lt By 8. H. BUL.L.OCK. D. C ___ ____
co. Cypress strands underlaid with The mileage by) counties is as follows ....._at of the I........ V. S. Lead BILL TO QVITTITLz.. -V V
at tia'._rille. 11".... Dae.isia. .
boulder and bed rock; pine ridges of : Hillsborough, 31 miles; Manatee --s-: L NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. To all parties claimigan interest

boulder and ridges of the hardest! of 75 miles; DeSoto, 41 miles; Lee :; De .rt_.. .f the laterler. u. .. ..... In the followingdeaorfbed property,
fARMER I. hereby given that Banner OfTloe Bt., ... .,..... .. Fla. N... II, under The. W. Palmer deceaard or
[ hardpan; sand banks of clay of several county, 122 miles; Dade, 88 miles. H. Guy. one of the heir for the heir I 510. otherwl.e to-wlt 5Eof NWUand l

The, principal towns, starting at Tam- of.Tob the Lyon. deceaied of Loko- Notice. U hereby given that Benjamin fractional SW-H of 74B-H of See.
different colors, rock ridges outcropping .1'' Florida, who on November 14. R. White of Kl..lmmee, Fla.. who on J eO' Tp. II a of .R.. 10 H. In Oaceola V
the surface cabbage palmet! pa, are Parish, Ellenton, Palmetto, mi.Lots made Homestead Entr". No. 0(711 April 21. 114. mad. Homestead Entry. County Florida.. ,
,.::-' 'on ; for I S of Section 1, TownshIp No. 01I74S for EM of 8B\4 and 8B,4 You and each of you are required to '
;......,'-, to land; scrub buttonwood; prairie Bradentown Manatee, Sorosota, Yen- 11 8.. Ranre 14 E, 'Tallahaa.se Mar14Ian of NEW. S.ctlon'l', Township 16 8., appear. to the. bill of complaint Sled
-. "ce Charlotte: ha. filed notice 'of Intention to Range 17 E.) Tallahaaaee Meridian has herein on Monday. Dee. ISth 1911.
land flooded in the rainy season; fist Englewood, Harbor: make Five-year Proof to establish filed -notice of Intention to.make Commutation ord... to be published for It
< J.10 land, marsh hinta Gorda, Fort Myers, Estero! claim to the land above de.crlbed. before Proof, to establish. claim to ThIZ. tI.. weeke In the KUalmmea .4
woods land, saw grass Clerk Circuit Court, at Kl..lmmee. the land above deacrlbed. before Clerk Gazette a weekly n.... .1'."
land; swamp land; tide flats onita Springs, Marco and Miami. Fldrlda, on the Utb day of Janu Circuit Court at Kla.lmmee, Florida rUbll In Kla.lramee, Oaeeola Coun-
.' grass .rb\.1 1T. ,,.1.., on the llth day of December. 1.18. a.
Pony Buggy and tide lands one to two feet under waterat \ ;,t name .. witiissea, Claimant name aa witnesses!: B. 0 Y\v--:: my. hand and seal this Utb
lands mud holes F. E. Wall of Kenanavnie.. Forida.John Hancock of uichmait. Fla.; A. J day of Sept, It II.
***>. high tide, bog ; H. Bal.d.n. -Kenan.vllle.. Clltea of LouKhman Fla; Samuel J. I. OVKR8TREBT:
creeks rivers bayous Florida. Clark of Loughman. Fla.; J. F. deer' Cleric Circuit Court.
muck ponds ,
,
Harness J. Frank !Tumblln of Loko.ee, Flor- of Kla.lmmee, FluROBERT., (Circuit Court Seat) VBr7an
and channels, more combillations'tb.n Ida W. DAVIS., Pledger. '
*
.. R. E. Wlllla of Loko.ee, Florida. 4J.St V RegisterNOTICH for Complainant. 10lltHKvKNTH
'.;;*> any spot on earth to give a contractora ROBERT W.i, DAVIS,

for his money. il-tt Ilegiater.IVOTICE J OF APPI.ICATION FOR TAX JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. HTATBOK
run ORKU: liKDKH! SRCTIftN 5T4 AND i'tAltIIAIN. THH CIHCVIT
: IS RIGHT "Hand labor was out of the question FOR PUBLICATION. 6TB OKHIKHAIj" HTATirTK OPTHH COURT FUR OHCKOIA COUNTV .. .
THEiPRICE C
MTATR'OP PI.ORIUA.Notice -- CII.&NCERY" -
it became
impracticable avery
V and so DepartBwat of t.. I........ U. III. Lead C I. that Agnes
pur"fi..er
serious problem as to how to UI._ at, Ualeeavllle, Via. Dee. May Bryant: of Tax Certifi BILL TO QUIET TITLE. .
SI dated day of July,
I11111.
handle the proposition with the varying LulL A.tt.Nfil las letdh.I'i.h In; T. S. LatBeB, C........... :
V InteYming-led. A landdredgoe Notice I. hereby gIven that BannerH. my office and has mad. application for ...
conditions of Lokoaee, Florida Tax Deed to issue In accordance to law.Said All parllea rlalBria* BB lee
Ouy ;
V machine was decided upon, November IS 1511 made .:t't.olto; . certificate embrace the followIna t.... ,...... JleleB Wlealaa .'
V f.. try No.. 0541 for Lot. 1, 1. S A 7 of ; described landa lying and be in* or I*. B. .....ILJ_ aeeea.eo' -
.T and although a long ways' from perfect Section lr--Towmhlp 11 8., Range 14EL situate In Oaceola County, .State of or et..--..,; _. .
Tallahassee Meridian h.. tiled : laada described I. the Bill .If'
it has answered Jhe general purpose notice' of to make Five-year F.L.ltd':1A.o.rl Block Eight (S) of MaryB. of Cewplalat: V.ap.Bd. ,
fairly well. It is of steel bean : Proof, "to 1t"'lIII''V. claim to the landabove Morxan'a Sub-dlvlalon of Lot One ..... V
deacrlbed before ClerkCJreult (O of Section One O) TownshIp Twen- -
; : construction, weighing some 40.00C Court at Klaalmmee Florida on the ty-.lx (14) South Ranr Twenty-eight ORDER FOR MKMVICB; BT PtTBl.1-, >(
: JVfarketfresh
.City ltth day of January, 117.Claimant (II) Ea.t. V V CATION. 4,
cubic yard dipper -
pounds. It has a name aa wttne.aea: The said land betn assesSed In the
I straddles the canal and runs on itr F. E. Wall of Kenanaville. Florida. name of A. :J. Strickland at th.e. dat. It appearing from the sworn Bill ef
.. It H. Baladen. of Kenan.vJller of L.uance of said certificate. UnLess Complaint flled In the above ..tatedcaae. 8
( = own tracks and-by its own power nJo'jt aid certlflcat shall -redeemed ae. that there are persons claiming
: Floridaand HO'tloDl J. Frank-Tumblln. of'Loko.ee Flor cordtnsTto law Tax Deed will" Issue an Interest In tho property whose
The steel rails are in four-foot I ida. thereon .> the 11th day of December names and place of re.ld.nca are unknown
at the ends with f R B. of Lokoaea, Florida. ... 1>. U..* over the are of twenty-oao f
and pinned JfeOBERT W DAVIS.ilt Wltne.a .my hand and official seal years and that there la no person Inthe
:Western t Meatsof : flexible steel coupling 8-inch; thick '", Besrlater. this the .th day of Movember, .,.. D. State of Florida upon: whom theservIce
. of SubpG..arihtbiU'rC45iwould '
V **1* a
< ; ; l :3x12: oak,cross ties enabling It to rut 3. I* OVKRSTREET.-!: be blndlns -
The tracks are ;::000 R.. JfOTIC_TOCRgloRJ._ : (Ct. CL) Clerk Circuit, Court. Oaeeola It I. therefore ordered hatal'prlies .,,
. f IundsrPhone ;: over uneven ground.ni .(Seal) 47." CountyF1ojjda.Bo.nICu claiming tntereot aa halra.ateea eg.
. Thus k canal source 24 V. :O 'D. 1111"COVET or THIS eOUNTTJUDOFI, .. d..I._. or srrantees under or'-
. .. feet apart. 'V-V COUNTY. W1'ATMV '
.. 29 BCBOUA. '
L. B. Jea-
..... ... . TO CKtU>ITOl S.", through Helen.'WISTS-lne or
; feet'wide and 18 feet deep can be dug > OP FLORIDA. klna. deceased.,, or otherwisbi' aaA
,. V : IB Batata at Ma_ I........ '
ro of Complaintnlad
MM. Bill
said ,
.widthof RUBBER COPPER IB. rgb. Ct<.o .... appear to the
;: yourjordcrs :: if desired-In: this) Instance. the To-all creditors,"";'d....'cil.t'n"ii.; .* V ea...,.. Sta V' o.eeollllCou.t"
V : thee canal In'most, places:dep.nd.onth. TIRES :BRASS- and all peraona baring; claims :erdemand. I. ra Estate .1 ..._ w. Pmtla.To .' Circuit. Court Flortd..n at Klaalmmao or before,the Rmlo
: -V all creditor lerateea, distriba.tess
e.tatesTon '
-- :and' .theywill amount of material desired for ajsa.laat.Bald and all having elalma or day In'January Beat the same being
V : 'WIIESLEAD": and each of r.0" are hereby ?.
Else
demand a I.n.: !. .aatalei , .' the l.t day of January. A. D. 151 .
the road bed. :
Torn each .jrouv. are
V' be: ,promptly : with an".Idea;of. drainage.: $ ,J ROPE-, ,SCM. .. either -el you.demaBda mar have' .aralaat .thee.tate and ,required!. : It I. further. ordered seebtWe that woeltrYfo this..orderbo *' .

; '4 ; began :.cutting' through Uw RAGS'BOHES': '." .. M.ry U tftta. _. ..-. late elajmaand. .demand* ...Itcc't'h.er published vs eon.eevtrvejwe.ka onoa la the )Klaalmmea : -:,'
"We eitherefroa..
.1 of o.e.olsCeoat7' JII.rld.: to the an. may .
: aewapaBar
..delivered. .;dumping: .the mass' of"'marl, .. __ '.Jr 'r'< _, deralarnad Executor of said _tat. State: t..T."Co.j't; Prentla.. deoaaaed. Valley 01 Oas.tj...u1atro.. la>' .,, V
tbrnderalrned
V to
( ._ ....,. .... .... sand swamp etc,.to tin......side. This dump i* _IT 1 us. ;._..... within Jaa.4.N. wejroara.. ...from tlat.dat.It.h..e f. ; admlnl.frat.'.. of Said &.lrOUfll!, prior> to'-' the' said, Jaa' .;.. -
.
1.Wltn.7'." ' '. '' > .-.
,.... .. J,. .,...._' ... V leveled':down to 'grade and"surfacedbjte '. "Write. r.:,. fIi.kiit .1 ,._ .eatate.. ,wltkla two yean Prom the date44pt ua_ IT \ hand' a.4 "U.e Ma2"";.: r;.,. ',
'
.. .,1' .Jbt-r. .
.. .D&ta4..0et..L. ''I,,,.' said Court : V
,.: ,i : 0[ : !) :. ,e. -:).M'..'J.I \: V. hand;.with,WbST7.boos/'snd IfIIJIlM IIUAllll VV V V*: --Bu'I10.' , % ', . . '-U RT .. PRENTIS- :., V '" Sub. 'V'''.',".atihKa..I-. ... ...lThS........ """ '1Ii;;,

; .... .. 1. 'V shovels;.,. rhrough.Wnh1smalaIands4glo.In; ;; "Tae; Board. or County. Commla.lonara I_, Vr< A4j.i.I.trtrIt.: "F; 4 __lit Court. vtf' 1'
V
; S.7 a.MY' ft4 of Oaeoola County. ...rt4.. will receive -
: "" .1' : ,}vo' ,,..>Jr. Jangle"which :.was,truly bids UP to ie A m. Doe itta IMS. on { i'li.zrJff : 4145 '

* V '\ aanae.:of th.* 'woreV aw*.: of the County Poor Kram, coaelatlns' ; Sll ,. L ,_ 'V _, \,
V :
""', ."' '.' p' .:: ,'.' "( .... -, '.- (- ::1 , -



" TI
,,, *' a


,.AI .. '
A : "
( >
'rAGE 12 '" :THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ;"GAZETTE '. FRIDAY; DECEMBER J,1 W )o.h.YToy .


,. .". . '- -; ', .- ., . .'. .. '-.../,... . '

.. -

: arc -' WeifWho; :
-Y'
:
:

r ,; Sold Rapidly gSanta Glaus Headquarters Early. Late Buyers, ';. "



At. May find All Gone ." :

J, . . .


r Next Door 10 R.T. Butler's Barber ,Shop. DOLLAR LIMIT BRANCH. .STORE 6. Wi:PERSONS, ..ProprietorI f :,



... V'.r- ... -4 t.. ... ..OrArA- "'A ... "A ...

.

a ' 1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.101.1..101".1.> Shingle Creek road on the tint; turn- days for her new home in Lakeland.' Get Your Job Printing from the Valley Gafotte, *

.
off road this side of the creek. Tall vases filled with roses were

CCCRELDADONEGAN used to decorate the rooms. .-----
*# Society Notes The guests divided their attention : -" : ,

between fancy work and conversationwhile 1'"

Mrs. Ada Relda was married to \\al intervals,beautiful piano selections ... .
!
. Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.)
( Charles Donegan, Monday evening at were rendered by Miss Gussie ,; .
I S Vr; 830; at a quiet wedding) at the home Wim.: Miss Lucy Buckles charmedthe {

t : Request is made to aH patrons of the Valley Gasefta..to fend items of Senator A. E. Donegan, in Cape guests with a vocal number. The r

1 '' Breeze: addition, when only immediate afternoon closed with refreshmentsof lot
'.1' <*f Secietjr Events 'o the Editor for publication In these colnms.
ti. ., relatives were present to witnessthe chicken sandwiches, Waldorf salad, ';1,

: . - - - . ..-. .. ..;. . . _. .. _. . . . . . . ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Done nuts, cakes and tea. "
O.O.OIO..O..I..IV.- . . . wa'V-9-1 1 M
Ig.1 gan will leave in a few days for Deer I Enjoying this pleasant occasionwere
'
? WOMAN'S CLUB followed. Mrs. S. B. Aultman and : where will reside. !
KISSIMMEE I Park, they : Mrs. A. W. Winn, Mrs E. 'S.I':'
Mrs. S. H. Bullock were hostesses on ,' Mrs. Donegan is well known in.this I Cronk, Mrs. J. A. Barclay, Mrs. Stella
+ the Wom this I occasion and served sandwiches, city and has Been a frequent guestof
The regular meeting of 'I' Donegan'Mrs. W. I. Barber, Mrs. II.
! an's Club will take place on Tuesday, :[ cake and tea. Those present were: her sister, Mrs. D. G. Wagner, for I:R. May, Mrs. George W. Overstreet, ,\
at- ''Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. J. D. Wood-1 a number of years. Her beauty and -
, the 12th, at 3 o'clock. A large Mrs. H. R. Dale, Mrs. F. C. -Bryan,
tendance is especially requeted. beck, Mrs. L. U Ingram, Mrs. Guy I charming personality have won for I Mrs. G. H. Prather, Mrs. Sam G.. 1-

The principal feature of the afternoon I Gardner, Mrs. Henry Aultman, Mrs.S. her a wide circle of friends in the Ragsdalc, Mrs. J. C. Griffin, Mrs. II.

will be the discussions of "The "B. Aultman, rMs. S. H. Bullock, community.Mr. I M. Breaker, Mrs. M. Cosner, Mrs. E. CHRISTMAS

High Cost of Living," led by Mrs. | Misses Inez Carson, Ouida Malloy and. Donegan is a brother of Senator B. Sumner, Mrs. Robt. Glover, Mrs. 1916 CHRISTMAS
I Ruby Prevatt.: Mrs. Henry Aultman /". E. Donegan, and has,been Iden-
Stanley H. Bullock, Sr. Every woman ;Julius Smith, Mrs. E. E. Wells, Mrs. ;
'who islnterested In this vital subject will assist-as hostess at the next tified with 'the business interests- of 'J. D: Woodbeck, Mrs.: J.: L. 'Beaman.Mrs. -I'

;r ,and wishes a fuller market basket meeting. . .. I this vicinity for years.: He is con- A. M. Story, Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, IItJ

e for her money than is now being expended nected with the Osceola Cattle Com- Mrs. H. M. Porter, Mrs. K. P. Butler .; '
CHURCH SOCIAL AT BIESENER Have the .:
I gift suit the receiver. .
i" (which means a "fatter pock- : pany as vice-president and is also a Mrs. S. A. Prevatt, Mrs. T. M. ;

; n etbook")}, is asked to be present ando HOME, NEAR SHINGLE CREEK director in the company.The livers, Mrs. L. R. Farmer, Misses For the lady-French Ivory Toilet t
friends of the happy
operate. many Gussie Winn, Elsie McCoskey, Cecelia.
of Kissimmee's Roman
'( The subject is being agitated from Catholic Members congregation will have a couple are showering them with. con- Overstreet and Lucy Buckles. Cases and Stationery Hudnut Toilet
4 ,Maine to Caliofrnia, and Florida has gratulations and good wishes. * ,
"box social" at the residence of P. .
"t entered the field with the hope of notY' * KATZ THANKSGIVING DANCE Requisites Jacobs' Candies.
Biesener, near Shingle Creek,. next ENTRE NOUS.' ,
GREATLY ENJOYEDOne .
and the
individuals community -
only helping
Y'
1 but also Jielp our KissimTnee Tuesday evening Dec. 12. of the most brilliant social For the gentlemen-French I v o ,
ry
This is the first of a series of semi- Mrs. H. W. Meetch was hostess
merchant combat the events of the early season was the .
*
grocery ? social affairs members of this denomination Tuesday afternoon entertaining very Brush Sets Cigars Cigarettes Tobacco"ALL
extravagant prices that are forct.d"Upon Thanksgiving dance party at the .
will have for the benefit of pleasantly the members .of the Entre ,
them by the "corporationtrusts. Country Club last Thursday night
J r their church. Their priest, Rev. M. Nous at her pretty home on Mab-
." given by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Katz. I HOLIDAY PACKAGES
Fox, announced at the latest church bette street, when the time was spentin *, '.
a MRS. J. M. WILLSON JR., The rooms were beautifully decoratde ,
services here, that a good friend,else basketry. Late inthe afternoon a .
President. with potted plants and quantU
I where had given $100 to him to be used delicious two-course luncheon was
1 MRS. W. L. DUNN, ties: of long-stemmed roses were SEE OUR STOCK Of CHRISTMAS CARDS
Acting Sec'y. among his missions as might seem serv d. Those attending were: Mrs.J. used. 1'I;
best. Rev. Mr. Fox said he had decided L. Overstreet, Mrs. H. W. "Morrow ;
++ Lack of formality was conspicuousfrom
to donate it to the issimmee Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, Mrs. C. N. '

KERAMIC CLUB. church, but that the congregation here Paver, Mrs. A. W. Bailey and Mrs. made merry the arrival till the of"wee the sma guests' hours., who CORNER DRUG STORER.S.FLOYD :: -

f it. first must do something to "earn" the Frain.
J Refreshments of and cakes
v" A well .attended meeting of the $100. Hence the church socials!!, etc. Mrs. Bailey will entertain the club punch .-'-
( were served. At the party were: Mr. ... : :... ..
Keramle Club was held Monday after- Mr. Biesener's home is about a next Monday afternoon. - '- -- .- --- : .
and Mrs. Edgar Katz and Miss Dor- .
noon when the usual'club'routine was quarter mile north of the Vine Street- I * *
n 'DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY. othy, Mr.: and Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mr. .' 11/. /<0 '
J.
"" -
and Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. :'* !" j f'
Will United Daugh-
Bryan Chapter, I
4 Charles Mr. and Mrs. W. I. "
Bandy
.
.. 4f
1 ters of the Confederacy, will meet at <
afternoon Barber, Mrs. S. Pilley, Mrs. W. _
Hkrt Memorial on Wednesday
B. Crawford, Mrs. Aultman, .
ofAI Dee. 13, S o'elockl] : A full meet- Henry Dealer In j I.
ing Is desired. Mfg. S. H. Bullock, Mrs. W. J. S. ,...,... '. . ,
Carr Mrs. Holmes Prather Mrs. A. ;
,
MRS. E. P. CALDWELL, Pres. ':' #
Groceries /Pfc
I Miss of Hay Grain
Donegan Doroth Smith andFtxed '
MRS. T. R, MOSELEY, Sec. ,_ ,. < ,
e i Pittsburg, Pa., Miss Lillian Allman,

ROYAL. NEIGHBORS ELECT, OF. of Marion Ind., nowat.. Orlando; Comer Broadway and.Dakin Are.
FICERS.. : Kathryn Burns of Loughman, and tTry

At the regular meeting of the, : Miss Marie Huddleston. Messrs. L. H,
> Us Order
Your.Next For Feed
on
"t w Royal Neighbor, Lodge (auxiliary to tngram, Waltejr Nelson Leroy' Lesley, .: f
.
it s
:
"-.*.*.. the M. .W. A.,, Lodge) Tuesday evening George Gardner, Dr., Atwood, C. E.Ouzenberry. I .r

tK following. members were Jack .Arnold of Orlando, igY
named for offices: and Walter :Lee of Loughman.ADDITIONAL .

AN Oracle-Edna E. Wells. a CC
SCO LOCAL ITEMS.W. '
VJce-Oracle, Alberta Hopson. 'C t< :' eye
Receiver Susan E. Marks.ChancellorElizabeth i
f CAMERAS ? SPEED FILM Cotterman. B. Meetch and his daughter, The of the wprld L

X01. Inner Sentinel-Cora M. Wood Mrs. Frain, have arrived from Harris- eyes .

i IF you want your Christmas gift to last I beck. burg Pa., and will spend the winterin

1'' for years, give an Ansco, the amateur Outer Sentinel-MMvina Reece. their pleasant cottage on Mabbette

;1 camera of professional quality. It offers Marshal-Fay Walling. sire t, where they will join Mr. and are on the man wlhpSAVES;

some new delight every time it's used instead Manager-Miss Laninia Wenner. Mrs. H. W. Meetch, who have been / ,

of gradually losing its charm. You can find Manager .(to fill vacancy)-Helen here several weeks. ; ie,

H .1 in our wide assortment the one that's most Sawyer. Miss K. E. Derbyshire arrived from ;
Baltimore last week for a week'svisit
useful to the it Assistant Marshal Maude Correll.
l rwkttNTV; person receiving * with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. -
and most considerate of your MRS. RAGSDALE HONORED. E. Derbyshire at their pretty bun- 'yt e

pocketbook. $2 to $55. The handsome home of Dr. T. M. galow on Clyde avenue! Miss Derby- 1

fOR SALE BY Rivers was the scene of a pretty social shire is secretary to the Intermountain -

"' gathering, Wednesday afternoon, Mining and Developing( Company, "
.e PALACE DRUG STORE when Mrs. Rivers and Mrs. L. R. Farmer operating in Utah, with summer_headquarters : -

;i OTIS STEVENS Mana&" ; entertained the Pythian Sisters at Baltimore and winter offices - '\ o ;.t r
i
and"._few. friends in honor of Mrs. at St. Petersburg. She will .

Sam Ragsdale, Most Excellent Chiefof leave next week for Petersburg PAUSE for moment, young man, : w

k the lodge, who leaves in a few to continue her duties with the com ...
thought to self. 'Xhe
pany. a v ., \ ;
-- --- -- -- -- -- -- --- --
C. E. Carleson of St. Cloud was a
problems that confront -. +
buincss visitor here Saturday. you now, orwilla ,

U Dr. and ,Mrs. Derbyshire and their. few years hence.Look .

daughter, :Mis Kathryn and Mr: and i I\\. "
Mrs. :M. D. Alexander motored out to

5t ; DIRECTORS the C. H. Funk place Sunday, where about J'H-tIa. mea of affairs ia country, dat.,-aatioo-s.

they pleasantly spent the day., yes in tke world, art the men who started to saro early ia life. j' t


SUNDAY AT, FIRST BAPTIST: They hare tie respect aid coss deice of tie eossmaaity. '?.-. '

Mf In these days of modern banking the success of a bank depends Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; N. C. Thea loot oa tko other lde-.t the fellow who spend 'sJl4hey:

Bryan :superintendent Capapleteachers saako-they may kavo a good tims for a while, bat ", .at'doet their'. < ?
h-:' a great deal upon its having as directors successful< men to direct. Our suited'' to all Y
. ,and' classes personality reflect? ...
.
i1 directors meet these requirements. The list is ages.v: _. >' ;
i.
WM. M. DAVIS; of the Orlando Bank Ac Trust Co., Orlando Fla. Frejkcnth'g: at 11 a. m.: Subject: : A sonar or so deposited .ia this beak will bo the .,' Vr

:1 "The Goodness of God to Man. Baden of an independent. aher. \. ru
iJt : 1 t SENATOR A. E. DONEGAN. Killi mee, Fla. Btsy Bees Band at 2 p. in. Make your begianinf aow-today. Your bankbook


;t s ROGER DODD Cashier of Citizens Bank Ki.simraee,'Fla. ;.' Junior at_8 Baptist'pfm.'.,,; '4 Young,.,'. *I "'''People'sUniuia .v .! S will Hi pan the +way. . *.' .. t

". 1 tt R. L HYER. }Vice-Pres.. Orlando-Bank,. & Trust Cow:: Kissimmee.. Fla. .. Senior Baptist Young,1"' People's
4. { Union:at 6:16& p m. \ j.'7" r., I
'g t J..R. ANTHONY JR., Vice-Pres.. Banker Financing Jacksonville; ; 'lM' txPraaching7 1 JM m.. Subject J <,,s'Ayirtg'Bobber S t at.e.Ba itf: 1
:
;
.... FJ.. (. ,.' : "- ';oi "" '.;, ,, :, Seared e.I: H ': >.. )4 4p
.
.pomfortabletoo.ervvltd ) .
) Good. musU!:;aiwl a, ,"u , .
W ,
: "
: ,
'" --* > '"
mr ":: J8t, WARD. member;:of*'Board-of. County. Bond TrusteesKMH. ""; I.I1I., .,. : : a cordial-weleom*. await. .:,t' \ yof KissimmeeCapital :: :'OJ ..

sea tila.r'ta.Oi.ek' -.' . '; ,oIL' i Come and hewtli.riele gospel' .,:J 't .t/ .V 'ii,,. . 't JII.
tM simmee Fla. ..
r,. . Y ,.. .f I'. pre.clleds; ...,Q+'LB.,,r ALLSt i Fau4orl'-\ \ ):t '"'.'-.. C ""' 41il
Jh f' .,' ( ;' stack ?,.___'*'.___ ..;", ........ ,$100,000.00. tII' .x
F. W. HILL. St. Cloud -Fla.,. -, > ., J' ... .- ..... .".;:.:.'.;. ...., .'.-.._ _. .d H P"" '" ..JIIOTIVIIIooo Coiritgb.lonpn.u&rar'O.oeola , ResoarceYTer -,-..."__: t ,.coo.ooo.oo 'h ( .d ,
; . . . ,
c Jf .If.. 'to' ....,..... .'..... ': 'orh. tyb..4 ot COllntr ', ""' .... .. __ ..1 ;' ----i-; -.f: u '
"." Ftovlea.III v ;
.1"'f" !> I ,. ) ,
.
Cbaawr j
( "" '" ;r.: : 'z 'fl. ;, r. r.stkwTda pa ,t.ear cur"rk.k"I "1':N 1"foo, :' ., .. ..OEk.rg. u_..pw..ltxl.. . .""r t, "jj:
J ., : wtth' f va e" -".. VI... . ... _. :: _. ._' '

r': "c"Jr'J".IZvE, -'N' .s: 'BA"-'N'' 'I{.1'. 1.1' ', ,( t:- ;Yue"to,.. ..roaryDeal I.Ir.t..J.1s'm.'Jan.ary rssTmm. ,. (a.It.'.......Iith..I.de ...,, ,.C A.. CARSOM,"Ftaklt. : J M. foE!, VU... ," PreSt-' -\

> :' .. ... Sa'4.' V. y tf
" J f, '',' "f: <, . ._., 1b4 1Pert.a., above! dd.. .. : : M:1tATT. xi y..t: PiaG. ; ,
,
k OP KiSSIMME13 ' ; " '. ; nlnlr'the"fait .to'eceeptl.y *. ,
. : ;; : / rDO' :"rI.IIM"t. : '
3I5 I; \ ., ,. f ff. ,r QUA "' &' -.J..J.: "'""ehalnn' ,*.. ;, '. i-, ... \ : ':" ,
-L \, S1 : 1" ;.J.; :; "1''" .. aoj,.. LL1IHILJIIT.... .! ..' .Lll..I.i. l'r < tot "' \ __ ""i. frI .,

,, rap ,. tjJ; ;V'. '"r+yyl,, i''' ;.. ...t" . ,I. . ", "''w-:, t- + Iii'ts .'41'. .. e.d ,:A'tIr.. ... .--. -"oi.ai..h \.i.-!.,.,.,-- .!. Ib"... A/ t, 1 t r1M. ylp aa" , f
% ..t." ." .. t"1 ................;t.'J. ;! ., '" ,, 'Jh '
: .
,... ...f" '1." .-. ... ,It. j, \ .,: ::) ,; .1" a'', Wd .yl
., .. .""' 1
"
"io ,1'".", '" _....., ,' ..../ .( "I\;_;..f _-. _' _f._. _1 \,k' 'I" ''''



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs