Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00781
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i Committees At Work .' ,REySW.tAWtER TALLAHASSEE; / ( ( : BOARD. : HFTRADED' :<.: <'< ; Contractor( :; ,Will :Start ,Survey .1, ) y',


GOES. MEETING
TONIGHT
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Community' Christmas tree ., 'I, ,, ,-" -, I : For Bulkhead :

; ., On' : Great disappointment; especially EVpTBODT'18INYITED"TOAT.. u.u : ;W9rks ort'J' .:
monathe member of the Methodist ., .
". ,. "'"; .' . .,- TEND=-WHAT WAS DONE AT ft -\ : -
1 denomination; w... f.It''jn Kissimmee
.', : '* ./Program-R. M.Evans'' (chairman), i LAST FRIDAY NIGHTS MEET. "
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: this week when.lnformation was?received l
SPECIAL MEETING
: ()) ARBOR rITAB'TREE'ONYACANT' Mrs S. H. Bullock;; Mies MyrtUls; that ,Rev.' S. W. Lawler had ING.. OF MEMBERS. COUNTY FARM SOLD( :, LOPS
LOT, AT BROADWAY .AND ,POS- Beats, W. A. Smith,'P. K: Weaver.; been ..transferred b,.' the Florida ; ,COUNCIL HEARS CONTRACTORFROM '

'SIEL AVENUE WILL' BE CENTER I Purchasing Roma Thomas (chairman ?: Methodist.Episcopal annual, confer Th,Kissimmee Board of Trade will '" MIAMI AND ORDERS I
: ),. H. R. May, Mrs..W.'B.'Makin- ence to' "Tallahassee, for next meet at 7 ,o. loek tonight la the CltouncU. 'BETTER SITE BOUGHT;_ .f
OF OUR BIG HOLIDAY son. Mis Alemena Leitner; Mrs H.', work. '. room-Fr.temlt building[ SURVEY MADE ,TO ASCERTAINEXACTCOST. . !
year's '
.;h, EVENT. IL-Harper, W.'J.JFripp.Arrangement i Dr..LAwler. ha been stationed at Interest In and activities of this organization FOR HOSPITAL ALSOThe ... ''- ". ,.';,.' "" ,"' ,, fii ii,
and Tree-A. M.Chlsholm Kiasimmee' for the past three year are reviving. Topics tonight ,
(chairman), W; H. Jones, C. and I. probably one of the most popular will be of practical Interest to .- '

'" ( The large .r\ot.Yi tree In the vacant A.,'Car.on,"-,.J.Wade Tucker-: Mrs N. pastorso' ever erred this all concerned' In the. community's welfare County Commissioner of' Os- Klsslmmee'City,Council held a spe ,,

; lot- at the northeast corner of C. Bryan,' ,)6.ra..We'.J. S. Carr Miss church. His relations with'the Kissimmee. ceola county held a special.meeting meeting'last' 'Monday'night' and .

'Posslel' avenue' and Broadway. will be, Elizabeth ,Aultman; Mrs.' G.W. Been, .. church\date back some 'nine ,The sesstoniwas ,devoted.largely last Monday tract'on; the-disposition i listened briefly 'to'..Joseph, R., Little'
Miss Frances Tress, Mrs. P. 1C Weaver informal discussion of several topic, '
the center of Kissimmee' big -holiday .teen years,en he,filled the:pulpit of the county poor farm near Klsslm '
161 t.be'community. Christmas tree for th; Mrs.'A. M. Moseiey; ,Miss Rotundo; for some time. His broad intellect andwarm with action on only one. .This Was the the dredging;contractor ,whom/Coun- +
;/ ,.event next week. I Mrs. E. 'S.: Hall Mrs.' E. "A.: Milton, heart endeared him, to.Klsslm plan .to' obtain-the location of the mee ,Park and to purchase a site farm fora cilman .Eugene C.., Brya i ..has Inter,

.- That tree will be.the community i Miss Jean Caldwell, Miss Mattie Bandy mee ''peopje then' and those, early home and ground.at Klsslmmee of hi combined desirable county hospital'and. eeted in KissImmeeT ,bnlkheadlng. 1
>Christmas tree for this 'townKlstaimmee'a Mr*. C. Nw Paver Mis Emma friendship hare grown and strengthened the Retired Ministers' Association,an a bid more of locality.A project for its }lake front! "
approximately $7,000 was
Toweil, Mrs.: A. M.: Fraln Mrs. Stan. organization with headquarter at
first of the !kind. with the'passing :
.i year During After Mr Littll had talked
for farm the for
accepted the puschasersbeing ,
poor a
CinclnnatL-jmd--, ;
Bullock Jr. Cecelia Over- with of
Icy :, Miss pastorate Lawless a membership '
Dr. sterling
y..There.iruLnotbeany..pressntA.di. "
present ,
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.i3*,, l, tributed from .the tree- .nor.ln. -conrnection"wfth -i street;};J. Murphy. / '* worth, and deeply'consecrated life about 8,000. The, matter was placed W.: C. Bas and Eugene. short'while in' a'' general .way about
"''- .other-than'ra- )small 1 1'i v Otnvaselag.::.: J. 4* MacDonough have been.recognized all, while his further infpnnatiori! in the mean C. Bryan.The the project the' Council, took actIo'ia'that ,

"' 'token in the way of edibles; I (
t < Participation (in the tree's, "fruit'&d I Hanklns, Miss Anne Carson, R.. M. him a f.vorlte.with both old and 'ministerial' organization:to locate county farm'on a the road between Kls-new. work within a ;week, hence..
Evans, Miss Lucy Wtthenpoon; A. S. here. The councilmen' ordered 'that ,:Mr.., '
'Svill:; be confined to children! of 14 rears young alike; In times of sorrow he simmee and St, Cloud. The''site" i lethe -
.Jot' Nelson, Miss M.. C. Bryan, Mrs. A. H.Fox'Mtsr Little beauthorised to make
'under., r\\ bas been a sympathetic: friend) Ms ] a survey,
i: 'o ".The"" Klssintmee Musical Club b' win v Medora Russell Mrs. E. A;;, quick;'decisions in difficult questions BONDS SOLD.' FOR TAFT tract.Henry The:) Bas price place agreed and an on'adjoining is about. of the'w rk for'th.' purpose of ...eertalilln.t
i.* .'body In the choral,program:?. MUton, -L., D. Flint have*'made nt. a wise adviser,.while the cost of the project.
12,000. ,
\\' The'Kissimmee Concert Band 111M. The duties of'the'eanvU.lnl'' com- his cheery stories 'hay. brought many DRAINAGE DISTRICT The institution' to be t established '' This ,survey'1; is",to be .commenced
the m ln feature of the Instrumen- mitts nrsrs. to canvass the town and Its smiles.- ,Dr Lawler ha. always keptin will new be conducted along moro- : within'"fifteen'':days '''of',I jth*;, Council's,,

Jt-; .. ''tal music.i vicinity and ascertain to whom"Christmas close touch with all the vital issuesof The bond for the Tat\ Drainage progressive and beneficial lines and meeting Monday night.: ,. tiThe

", : ., A parade i* being arranged -to'comprised donation are to be mad. the community and every-1 movement District were sold, last week and the win.be In a location that is far more city attorney,, Lewis O'Bryan,
.' !.1jj' what Is .. Bring On Your Spade.A'feature'In was Instructed to call In legal consultation ; i
whoD). and not .xs' involving community interest contract for the work of reclamation convenient to the bulk'of the'county's
-'"' '''actly decided. connection with this has been strongly supported by him. baa 1Ie n'W to Edgar' Chapman, of population; ',from tTampa'In,i'i drafting\ the 1
7:30 o'clock will community Christmas tree will( be the at hi. removal is ; ordinance In
Ak Monday ml'ht..t I Iw I Regret not confined Plant City. necessary city connection
be the hour when the festal 'occasion placing of barrel 'at 'the different to ..Methodists but is felt by .all denominations The :total number of acre In the with the bulkhead pro>t :.; I -

,:;, "actually opens".v ". churches and at the schoolhouse for as well a* by non-church district 1* 64,000 and the bond issue i* HART MEMORIAL RECE5JIONJO ., _The .Council, went' on.recordfor, a y
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,. -.v All churches have I appointed com- the, reception of potatoes (and .such member for $146,000. The district comprise ,.une,;'to.b, mad at a distance from

R>$l mittee"to represent"them In .manages'meatof other vegetables,eltllen4'JD} de- He is succeeded by Rev. C. IL Summers some splendid fanning lands .which TOURISTS hll'b-w.ter' ,mark.tbat will be .In line' '
Vffi? : *< .[ .:: -;th.. affair.4 :. slre'to donate for distribution to people who has been stationed at Gainesville have heretofore been too wet for successful ,Prominent socat'events, with the"end of,the"city-pleri' : ,l'
Mls-: who need them to make the Christ- for the when among the 'This would '' but
n" ;:- 'QDh e.South KJsslmmee: Baptist past year. cultivation, but which ,. of the week was the reception at Hart -put.-the'bulkhead'" .
Taloa! had arranged for a small Christ- m.* larder more'enjoyable. Rev. Mr. Summers. will preach his drained, will be very valuable ; about 700 feet from the shore-or the
\/1: '' Vines-tree for Its primary members,but If path person,' child or,' adult; will. first sermon here two Sundays hence '1. D. Clark and M. M. Miller of this Memorial building, Tuesday evening,, high-water. :. "mark. "'
bring something, ,evea'' If it be 'only in, honor,of the winter.reiidents and _, .
this will be conducted as_not to InJ --Dec.YZ. city are member of the board .of supervisors ) .1.:
": ', l...:.* terfere with.the community affair.j .., one potato, the offering will be ample Mr. Clark' being president. visitores In'the city. A cheery fire r SEALS:
; brightened' the pretty'',rooms,,, which RED GROSS
. + j MThe"VChristlan": ; ;'churchbadalr.adyb1.presents enough to do much toward' promoting KISSIMMEE BAND'S of the board., 5- : : ,
'
: happiness those who I were tperut.with..quantities of +
Christmas among
:
for the smaller mem- .
,: ""h..':I"" -St.i.'*" Tbf Its Sunday School, but will nothave'a'tree may'br-les fortunate. - - stemmed roses in tall vases.'. : AND THEIR: USE,
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HOURS MrL J. Overtret Mrs.
... "' Etc. Wanted. CONCERT : ;
Clothing, SCHOOL-VACATION
:.. ?..ey .. of'any kind.The ;. '' I c
it .:r -- other chnrcb/n have, put aside S People who hare clothing', shoes, oranything The. XI.almme 'Coneert tented Bass: and'MriiW.BNHarrii the hart: .; .:, '.Red Cross seals are, to',be used at' :
... Cbrl.tma.-t$6 usefulthat, might be Band will Memorial
all: propositions'; .else any ,time betweerT'Thanksgiving' and
lender. usual concerts CONTEST$ hostesses and received .
this the
"week
l+f }4'; rid.etgp -on"last;.Monday Tiight' and acceptable to po>le' who do not have 4fl4kRi "4ewTear's-and -.on.say'',written or.
{ .at7 ; m. Friday,night' and at 3:30 . : Jllr .,EUiabethAultmsa' .
p. > wa
;j1' t 3r, rnakjwtly: for',the community event:'"..." them: hould deliver the article to the p.ni'Sunday : ., printedtnessage'er Vany-kind"of''
tr ; .
, afternoon at the charge of the "and h
,.. tyM'' .TR*> :.r f' the affair have had two nera1 :avetrtie'east of'Broad, way, band .stand: y M1BIG and the the speakers.r James M.: ,
.... ., 'c ,on Darlington* !. ) ',. city graded school:will close welcomed : ;. No seller'ofthese.seals makes 'any. .
)
;Vthe other last 'Thursday nlgbt-.wh.re. :way, and the donations will be placed on Friday; Dec. 22, for. the' annual: thevfdtors"in'he&ad'.made" poftto1lt'of them; ,AIr proceeds, go*
of Ma70I"M. "
'::, rat there was much discussion 'and en- Into the barida.of distributing committee .. | CIRCUS WITH; : ChrUtmaa''holidayteaspn.. In accordance to. 'combat tabere1 10aLa.IJ,,;', *." % ..,:'>i
: reference
to the Mayor's key
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; kin harmony about.the arrangements, for distribution. -' -with 'prevailing custom, a .two- Seals are ott sal 'at'WennerSawyerStore'-. .-
;r.:' ..,though' there ..rerthe, usual j,minor It will be .necessary>to do f: this a* ,", .ELEPHANTS ,"ETC. week vacation wit be given. ThUwill city. He paid a tribute to the .' ":
,. 'of the and
"' women city
"Terences' of'opbslon.ultkee ,. early as possible,.so th .the articles ., enable out-of-town teachers/to'vidt Corner Drug Store. ,:' : rr' '
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their recent action.alnog lines of
+;,('''' .: > la Charge..'1 '. vthe may be placed: where most needed.If .. ' their, home*., _v -Tf1 ;,.,. .Osceola Pb macy., *
1, g"At meeting 'of deliver-them TO BE HERE DEC 22 > improvement, urged the
8 'i+ :.Monday'.night Impossible to notify Oratorical ContCA Palace .Drug Store.
C t'wfi the general committee of which Ai S. A.'a Nelson via ,telephone, 182, -..,. preliminary contest will be held ance of this action and made a Roberson' Drug Store.; ,
Nelson ill chairman and Miss'Ines Car. and h. will i send for whatever I* desired '- at the High School on Monday, when plea for their support, of alike: They do not take the place of postage M
movement. The
talk
;jr .. lson'Issecretary' ;: ,, the following.',eom.v to. be given. Strange sights and still strangeranimals one boy and one girt will be selectedto city park stamps.': They,have no: connection,
Dr.W.. B.
iii" v", ./ 'tteMwere': to conduct 'the The purchasing committee will act I Will be among the many represent the school at the State heartily l applauded. whatever with postage.,i They merely J

"'-1 ;VjJBomraunity. Christmas tree). In conjunction with the canvassing' :thing that will be unloaded when the oratorical contest, to be held at Lakeland erspoon then welcomed the are evidence' of .the human sympathy1 '
.. behalf of th echnrches Mrs. .
:; :big show train of the .
, Sun
/ in preparing and distributing Brothers' ; t
-W. W. Carson (chair- committee in connection with the annual
of those who _
them.
,11M : ,.
,1),1:11.m.r ,H> C., E. baskets.' Eaeb buket will be I World's. Progressive Shows arrives Willson, Jri:, represented the w .' y
: ;;: Stanford Mrs. E. the meeting of the State Teachers' Association (Continued' on Page 'EIChtJ .
in accordance with the rice in Kissimmee on Friday, Dec. 22. mee Woman's Club; Mrs. J. E. fKNiGHTS'OFpYTHIAS'
/ti.I-f": { WeUssA3.: MscDonongh Miss Ines arranged ;.. .;
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: This is the date of the appearane'her. : (poke for the Mothers-Teachers
' : . ... a' '. of this well-known amusement The canvassing eomnsltt of the Mrs. M. A. Clark responded f
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u u enterprise. Long before dawn, the community Christmas tree wants aid W. C. T. U. and Mrs. P. K.

t, fiIRS.J.: SIN(1LETARYDIES( ler, and :Mr. Stagletary/s brother, G. (Continued on page 9) 'n helping other to enjoy Christmas. extended a cordial welcome ELECT OFFICERS; 'f
W. Slngletary. Cissimmee Music Club. An _

%1 --'v<.,' Sid, Indulgence was received here The deceased will be remembered. -"" social hour followed when ____ .fAt

tt i. :-;Jfonday...<>f the death of Mrs. J. K Sin- Miss Brett Butler. who was born-and became "acquaintances and the annual ,election held by "' .'
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et': '' :gletary/which' occurred, at her home, I reared in Kissimmee. After her marriage STANDING AT THE THRESHOLDBUT w.re..ked to register, Friendship Lodge Knights of,Pythias, 'i

-i. ,'la.Bradontown, Fla.Singletary I and subsequent residence In"Bra- of cakes and 'tea were served last week, the following 'men were '" jf-

1f 1fI: rMr*. had been ill for the I IhI dentown she continued her acqulnt- time. placed In office for the ensuing )'art. .tChance'f0e :7't
: These receptions will be held .
visits to relatives SOME .
and ARE
by frequent SO BUND
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; gr; week ago>ah*,was taken to a Tampa Tuesday evening' and all the Commander, W. B. : -/ ;
Y I. here. All in this community are sdr-
'11olpitaJ..:"here she seemed to im- THAT THEY CAN NOT SEE THE ENTRANCE. Crawford.
i rowful. because 5f her death. the city as well as residents ....
T ,,. \After-returning' to her home, The remains' were interred in Bra- dially Invited to attend. Vic. Commander Clarence E. Vow- 1

' :ebe'grew,suddenly worse and passed dentown on Monday afternoon. Kmimmee stands at the head of /ohoPekalila. giving it water navigation f'I elL 0- ..;<:
'"' ) >.way Monday morning at 5:80 o'clock. to both the Atlantic ocean. and the Gulf of Mexico-southeast and THREE AUTOMOBILE Prelate, J. M. Gardner. ..1
fI F, art, y,*. mother: ; Mr*. J. W. Miller of Ki.- The Kissimmee Produce Growers southwest.Kiimmee's. M. of W:, Carson Farmer.
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3j |or> slntmeo, had been ht her bedside some will meet next Saturday morning position in relation to the upper St. Johns river and the M. at A.,'A. E; Bearden.K. .
|&*#/ ''tim..d'Wa1. with her at her death, the City Council room (the Fraternity canal and drainage operations in that Vicinity are such that comparatively. ACCI JOTS IN of R. and S., George Gardner. 1, ,,it

Kr.:: :'l3s, .also was her brother,.Kenneth But- building) at 9:30o'clock. little work i is" heeded to give it canal connection with the St. Johns river to M. of E., C. L. Bandyh'

: .. ddU._. -U the north... and the Atlantic-.ocean to the east.Kissimmee What almost was a dreadful Inner Guard Sam Gardner. kKJ"
-" stands at the cross road of middle Florida. The hard roads dent occurred Thursday night a Outer Guard, W.'I. Barber. V.
already built or about to be built make i it the center of tourist automobile automobile Representatives to Grand Lodge, N. ''h? ,&
traffic: in Florida-to the southwest to the southeast to the northeast fo the tlrs.ago lets ran over Sam C."Bryan, 1L.R. Ma--1. S. Cadel; almates 'if

north and to the northeast brother of Mr*. M. Tiller. 'J._ M>' G.rdaer. H. N. Brat- ,-'.:;;;

, THE VALLEY. GAZETTE WILL BE Soon it will- be a cross roads for interurban railroads. One is headed Mr. Harwell was bicycling .. ton. and T. J.WoodaU. '". >'
!1 this way from Tamp Another i i. coming up from Melboufne. Emmett street the Tru.ttelFratemity: Hall, B. C. >;
near
i' ,111 : ,$2 A: YEAR AFTER JAN.. 1 1On 1.Ire Around East this Lake lake.it-.Tohopckaliga seems probable is three that or gigantic four miles automobile east of Kissimmee. on Beaumont avenue when he met Miller N, C. Bryan, J.>A.. Lancaster. ';l,
a speedway will
(Continued Face Ten-) C. w. Brun., constructed: in the future. t .
of the near '' f
increased of
; account cost news Nsreoossee, motored to Klssim- ..JIIDee
Kissimmee's'own lake front is about to be* improved. -by bulkhead and !
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a R. W. Cogsdell was a business Monday for the dayHe regisxr: !
x print paper; and of other. materials entering. otherwise., "
Itor from Winter5 Haven last at tbe.Grayston ; iS
into the publishing of a newspaper, the VaT Yet among our citizens we find tome who sit or stand or lie and croak. !i:
Gke'Poe's, '* :
,,,+ + s; r ley Gazette; hi common with,a large'numberS 'I ravenr-"Nevermore. ",. "
To Iums.n
such, we commend a letter written by H. W. of St Cloud to the
lof other papers"'throughout the State; finds. Valley. Gazette and published below. Colonel fS Florida Says'Boys 1

' it necessary to raise the" price ofsubscriptionto : I. Mr. Illman came from a progressive'section of the United States. The : : ; ;
: ;%Valley Gazette.editor; Las the privilege of his acquaintance and knows him'to "
zWirt DiemAt i
$2'' a 'year,>:which ;-raise) ill be;ffcctiveJanuaryjt1917 be a, reputable sincere; well-informed, and,widely-traveled man of year. and } 4'Chhr': ; e; } '+ lJr'

.s .... :experience.:: He:came from a section' where.Dearly, everybody DOES .something '

Until Jaii.."iivhowerer. ."wo,will> talctf'sub.' ; i -instead of croaking and' merely" holding-down' the pnemeuta.. : ';LETTEBa' FROM f.IA- we U.Mctr't: r";turkei,, :can> r
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: : ; : : ;> : i (T. MrsLG. W.B tY ''It' "
I : : ; : ., , I nearly; busted. : .
FOB .What M Iman'Seys
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4 t. .. ,.LaredoTexas, Dec By,the war--Uae: pi* 'was. nothing1 '\;
I ..... :;,' ';Ui-n-v. ,'; ; ;.sT,, CLOUDFI ;: 'Doc.\l 11.<. l9l& Dear'MotbefA ' '-' '*-* f'-- ; ; the;pies from home.: And the .q:.;
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$1.50.. ... """ ,, ... To : : ''fo.. the' ;
VaQey Cazett*: .1" .?. T' thousand thanks !I It had to fight for w piece for : .;
,t .y Wo,'are.:.forced. .,toraise:.:. : oar' ..d ettisiug';' Events of the-f: eat passed its indeed encouraging to. those person eefred':Thanksgiving morning;;:; .
'ratM also at th0 state tf me':. J ,. '.... deii f ta ... ITiiiiinas. ,and St Cload'1DO'N.lo partkularry the a Utter'today.,7 J.. , ;;: ; Ot had anJ1hb' -. :,w .-
... .. ... "*. .. e action' of'the iin. "' o'doA
: --':; ;; / i-i County Comtniutoners advertising for bid for constnactioaof J. IV"got ep at,.T .n..t a wrpTMfrio the ." ,-8
+ ,t '" .2).fl.'t.L ICL99tMME tVALLBYGAZETI't+,;, : .. ,th* Kiur -St.CoaUIeIboara.'Li8h..,., a'road that will tie-theweat InC morning and mustered for foohsU'gams, between;:,,,IBS*:. "
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FACX2 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. DECEMBER. '15, 1hIL .. .' .{,


t spent a very enjoyable ...enlnc.I ."' lIg J "' ro,1M....).......... ..... ?...

M '. I Mr.: and Mrs. Samuel Clark, who t. r
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"4 -St. GlouIDepizttinerit have been spending the past I.w' .. of Ty, h4
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. ...O'It;the'Arrowwood, have:gone w. A .I..eb r

R. S. FLOYD" ., : Bradentown, where they'will spend Node Is'.h..bFj; 1 1".t"lt Is" th*'. .
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II' few days before their return In Intention of th. andrtati4. J. BL o+ a
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zws'AND NOTES OF THEWONDER CITY- FROM OUR OWNSPECIAL'COREBBFONDXNT ,., .,, .. Walker hlIIaabethyWi.lk.r. the_...ostat._1' crt (t
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Dealer. In, .. I,, ,, .
makeIcatow the .
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. .. .. ,, _. ,. 100 dK* Mr.- wife the .
,, is Jv I A.; Harmon'aDd were' of O e ola county Florida, at hk..te"t
floe In the court hour a. Kl.. ........
Deurathe
a.nd Feed guests of Mrs. Jacques .In site e.unt,. on Monday. h.'I't" day
; Groceries Nay, Grain Tuesday afternoon at her horn on of January. X.' D. 11/7r (or Authority to
4 .lHIud ,By Melbourne-St. ClosdKiasimmee very nice eulogy of the' ,deceased I Massachusetts avenue,' sell which an I. undlrld th* Interest' o".II'th'of the oM, lntoro minor.

*Corner Broadway and Daltin :AT*. Interurbaa Railroad. praising .him'.highly.-.was.;q>cidec Mr. and Mrs I. B. Dalbey and Mrs.; 'In and to situate the following! In* OaoJa Thanksgiving feast given by the to ,have 'a basket picnic two week Hastings called at .'Mrs. Vreeland'i IHorlda. to-wlti. .' Northwe.t ...ttartr.ot ant
Central Florida Interurban Railwaj from now on the 26th 'at the Masonli northwest quarter of ctlon Ihlrty-on.
Feed afternoon and'l? enjoyed a .
Next Order For Tuesday ('all.) township twentv-nr (1I"aollt"1
Try Us on Your Company 'was a great success. practically Hall, every" one to meet there at 11 stroll through the greenhouses. They range twenty-rlcht. (IS') .t.a.. south, f I
east of Y.ertlon
i" {. I .II""t every State in the Union being, o'clock. Mrs. Goodrich and Miss Ep- selected'some fine flowers. quarter"lx 4I< ). northw.aQu..t.township twntr-ftlx r .0': itr 1'.; kJ\
\ represented.The pie ( appointed a banquet commit (xs) south range tw.nt.I.ht.p l J;ioseat.
were, Mr. and Mrs. Dobey will move to Also the south half of the tl -II
yY i she is always trusting.The first honve-coming banquet,, tee. In the afternoon the annual elec the. Washer home Missouri eeN nrtrr of th* northeast i8t',
1 on avenue I I of .. six t"
(I) township
baby, Olga, now a young given on Thanksgiving: evening, tion of officers will take place' Committee about the first of the year. Theyhave < .o."h. range' twrnty-elKht twent281 ';1';)

woman., is wooed and won by Nicholas Ing at the new St. Cloud Hotel, was on entertainment that day an recovered from attack of la Alto beglnning-at the southwest i. (.. '"
an I..t. r of the northwest r. f<4 '' "
?a young peasant, with the face gotten up by the Central Florida In- Mr. Balcon and Miss Epple. Eight grippe. hw."t quarter ofihb norlheaatt t: (f

of Christ and a gentle goodness of terurban Railway Company, repre new members joined and there were Mr.; J. Alexander and wife or Providence 1 quarter tv-slx (of it section) south six ran: (e) .township twcniyxlirht twcn.. ",J1 t
w Iw I -' *- character that causes shaking of the sented by W. S. Aly-sa, Wm. Hall andC. 45 present. Stories both humorous .
R. I., are expected soon. They forty (140) yard., east seventy (TO)
R U L, I M CSHEETS heads of the unletterd villagers. There E. Carlson. The feast was prepared and solemn were told by Mr. Currier, have secured the beautiful little bungalow I >'iiraii'.; ,south one hundred forty t40) <
(70)
is famine in the Russian country and by Mrs. Lydia Mosher the landlady Mr. Adams and Mr. Small. Solo, of Mrs. Veeder on Eleventh of yards t'.lnnlnl.A1.o. : went ;seventy the.southwest ynfds.to quarter place. y. 'r:
FOR EVERY BINDER his wife and her of the n rth<*nnt quarter or a..otl..n \ ,
Nicholas brings the price being $- per plate, "Love'j Old Sweat Song, by Mlsa stret and Wisconsin They )r
avenue. six (6)) townnhlp twmty-stx (II>
to America and finally se whlcTi well rved, and everybody Jane Warner. closed with the !f'I'
HIGH GRADE CATALOGUE4PRINTING mother was Meeting will stay all winter in St. Cloud. I'south range, (twenty-elrht (rt) east
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> cures employment in one of Krest'sIIteel pleased, being 190 gu3st! present. singing of "Auld Lang Syne" by the, , the estate of WAL.KRR.Naomi )!1. :1111.. "i
mills near Pittsburgh. Promptly 7 o'clock in the vast assembly audience. Job' printing of many kinds is done, 'louar"n.o .... ,. a minor. 6l-tt ,
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GARLVV.HlLjL Affliction in its direst shape visits in the dining room was greet. and done. wet), at the office of the I I The Valley! Gazette does. excellent !:
the little family and step by step the ed by words of welcome by S. J Army and Navy Women's Valley Gazette. job printing of all kinds. ffl
TAMPA FLORIDA mystic tale moves to the scene where Triplett, of Nurcoossee, and his address Auxiliary Elects Officers. J t

the crisis is achieved. Krest's wit had of welcome was responded to by The Elsie P. McElroy .Auxiliary No. deems ; 1

---:..... died. He is mourning in his libraryas | w. II. Adams, who hat come here recently 17 of the Army and Navy Union held ; 11

he gazes at a hundred thousand for the winter. The guests were their annual election' for the 'coming 1

WANTEDxi dollar painting of "Christ and the then bidden to feast on the s sumptuous )'.:sar at the Masonic Hall Monday,, .J The Favorite Store of Kittimmee h'" I. .' i

:. Rich Young Man." Thanksgiving menu which had been Del 11. The following officers w reelected :
r A live Ford owner to act as our
As if in a dream a Stranger appears prepared for the occasion. After the : IMayStoit

i representative. Earn upwards of and from this point the screen feast C. F. Johnson recited the work Lady Commander, Mrs. Mary H.

ia. r fifty dollars per week during your tableaux discard all semblance of the that had been accomplished by the d

'Ipare' time, '{/rite for particulars< rnpilern photodrama' and lead the promoters of the interurban. Mr; Wm. Hill.Lady 'Yice-commarider, Satllla FURNITURE? "

Don't Walt-Act First. viewer into a region hitherto unknownon Hall also gave a very able talk on the Houston. .,

+ O. C. HARRINGTON, the screen. These are the scenes speedway, which is to be built around Lady Deputy-commander, Esmer- {
4t that must hold spellbound every congregation the lake. In his address he stated elda Vreeland.

l ( r Manufacturer I ICARBURETORSMORTOR of men and women who that there will be $3,000,000 spent in Lady Adjutant, Dora Fancher. > rt M

'; look on them. They are the lights I the construction of the speedway, Lady Paymaster, Nancy Stillwell. -WE HAVE IT -
ACCESSORIES I and shadows of the lesson of ages to .hotels and other buildings for the accommodations Lady Quartermaster, Mary P.
;; S41-5 North Crawford Ave. be projected in theatres which for the I I of the people; also says Doughty.
r:1 1 CHICAGO. ,,$:,
time will be invested with the solemnity I Kissimmee will have to get a moveon Lady Officer of the Day, Rose i",
of cathedrals.. to help take care of these people. Wood. e ,0

And n the end, it is as it should j I He also stated this will make St. Lady Officer of the Guard, AbbieM. 1st coaBcctioa will ear Hardware line we carry a cesspIeU ,t I

LIVERY be in everything; love and rejoicing. I:Cloud and Kiasimmee two of the best Gardner. sae of llU1 tue. We stake a specialty of ..tlittia.. tomes, mmd ,'" j

r AUTO i inland towns in the State of Florida, Lady Sentry, Sarah Mason. ....... reliable a: .
Wheezing in the lungs indicates that .and means,wonders in the way of development Lady Picket, Mrs. Wheatherston. --, Y.

--IDA YIt liHTVii : .,. phlegm is obstructing the air pass for Osceola county. Lady Chaplain, Maggie Woodard. .. .

: Phone 242 _- ages. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND I Immediately after the feasthad Lady Color Bearer No.1, Martha Bed Room Furniture Dining: >

Short Trips at Reasouhler w.LoBf = SYRUP loosens the phlegm so that it ,been partaken of, the -guests retiredto Brown. Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor '
or
can be coughed up and ejected. Price I the G. A. R. Hall, where hundreds Lady Color Bearer No.2, Annie. ,-. 'j(
Rates. SevesvPasMAfcr TourisfB 26c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by tripped the "light fantastic" till the Wise. Suds Odd ChaIrs Rockers r '

;r .Car At Yemr Service. _. Osceola Pharmacy. i early hours of the morning. Delightful ; J(

I music was furnished for the }banquet Albert Daugherty, brother of Mrs. Couches Etc.. \,. : .,

? J.D.GREENt1iEI Warning To Owners OF I and dance by Clark's Orchestra, Mary W. Veeder, of Wisconsin avenue '{ ,:,

JLZD POSsIELAV':. Automobiles St. Cloud's newest musical organization. arrived home Tuesday evening, f ....'.,S"... 1 . ''t. ";.Jr

All the guests expressed themselves Dec. 6, from New York. This tore i U raking a record for- itself .. the .att.rt.J: .

(r .. -- KISSIMMEE, Fla., Dec. 12, as delighted with the banquet, J. Cranston and family, who have helping people to outfit homes. Com and see. Oar prices 'are,;... ..
and those Who were not fortunate been spending the summer at Arlington ..
the Gazette rihL
To Valley : .
''La"".A MOd, Erfscnve Uutl.s ft lien Toirto .
; Dee Not Srtpe nor Ctstorb the StomsctLla Please allow me space to call the enough to participate are wishing for N. J., arrived here en Tuesday i '.:
,- addition to other properties,Lax-Fos attention of all owners or operators I another entertainment of the same and will make this their permanent l'
.contains Cascara la acceptable form a of automobile. that the State law not kind to accommodate hundreds of borne.Mrs.. t

>.. cLautb.aDdToa1c.; : &a-Pos' only requires them to register theirmachines new-comers who are arriving daily. Mary McLane and MissLouise TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS. \ :"
$ acts eaectlvely: and does not gripe not .
{ of the guests .
disturb stomach; At the same time,it aids with' the Secretary of State, The following a list Hoppe took a trip to Orlandoon _e_ .: ,..
cUgQdaa,__the liver and secretions but It requires-as a separate and present: Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Rowland, Wednesday last. *
Mo Matter what kind .f... Eafiae'yoa bsvs Gas .
.and restores the healthy functions. SOc. I distinct provision -that : THESE I Mr. W G. King, Dr. L. C. Riddle W. John Merlin, of Jersey avenue,.left SteaM: ,
NUMBERS SHALL'1JE PLACED. ON S..Alyea, Mr. .and' Mrs. G.H. Clark! for' Ohio, Wednesday last, owing"to Railroad or: Stationary Entuie-w...... exactly .the Tools. yea, :< r, ,. *
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PLAY REVEALS THE MACHINE Mr.' and Mr*., V.. S. Wilson. Mr.: and ; his ..weak' condition r to ,':join(: ,his Beed la yew everyday work-: Wreachss. H......, Oil..., etc, .' '

The State law further requires that Mrs. A. G. Durham, Mr. and Mr. C. children.; , ," / ., c; :< ', all of the best quality aad worksaanskip, and at prices that will ,, .,,,vsnrprbe ,, '

where a machine which.has been registered II E..Carlson, Mr., and Mrs: Wm. Hall, Mrs.}Henry 'Di1ei; Mrs.;.,E. (Nichols" r... This store has the repvUtioa of ...dI1a ?? ealyu'r'.hardware i
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: LESSON AGES is':sold that.the; purchaser:. of W.' T. Augel,Mrs..' Rose Kirkland, G. and'Mrs.: G. De'Groot., llonMrs; that b'el superior quality and yea will saake BO saleHi'. x' "

: r the same must record such transferin C:Outlaw, S. D. Decker, H. W. Hndoi !- 1 E.<: Vreeland oft Monday and/en joyed take in coodar here NOW aid iaspectiif oar I Uf stock_ : ''' u" ".
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the office of the Secretary of State.In i brandt, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Riggan, the; beautiful greenhouses "
A sermon on the screen, in which view of the fact that many of our I Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Marine, Mr. and Mrs. Mary Veeder gave a homecoming -

r, 'one,of the' most impressive and least : citizens were ignorant as to the provision Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. dinner to her brother on

irr, 'heeded Biblical teachings is surrounded I requiring State numbers being' Ed George, Clarence Bailey, Mr and Wednesday Dec. 6, at her home on Osceola Hardware

with dramatic episodes unfolded I placed on their machines, I !have deferred -I Mrs. J. S. Cummings, W. E. Starr, Wisconsin avenue. Company

b In the Lubin' Company's remarkable filing information against Mr, and Mrs. N. W. Ferguson( Mrs. Florence Hatcher, Mrs. Lydia

photoplay feature "The Light at them; but after the first of the year 1 pnd Mrs S. W. Porter, Mr. and Mr.//Kosher {and Mrs.' J. B. Westcott took

r., 'Dusk," made under the direction of all owners or operators of machines E. Schofield, N. W. Beauchamp A. B t business trip to Jacksonville on It .,
: Edgar Lewis from an original! scenario W. H, Shaw "
which do not have this State number CraiR, J, O. Alexander. Thursday
by"-Anthony P. Kelly. appearing: on the hack of their machines Mr and Mrs. Wm. Mallett, W. A. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Chamberland of '"

I Th"production( which represents I will be prosecuted.The Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Reynolds, Buffalo, N. Y.{ arrived on Sunday and

.a dlstin tdeparture in motion picture I machine which runs into your. Mr, and Mrs.: Wm. Montsdoca, Mrs. will spend the winter with Mrs.
.achievement, has Orrin 'Johnson in Firkin, Miss Goldie Firkin, V. Chamberland's Mr.
machine on the road generally runs U[ E. parents and Mrs. Lumber
t the role of Vladimir Krestovsky, a i I away in a hurry, but if the State Clyde Edwards, C. F. Johnson Louis Hunt. Coew

superman of Russian peasantry, who number appears on the back of the A. Gusssaz: Sr., Louis A- Guessaz,. The Ladies' Improvement Club met

enters fearlessly into the melting pot "run-away" machine it is not a hard I Jr., Wm. Barber, Ms. and MTS. G. A.Sleech as usual at.their rooms on Florida DEALERS IN ,e .

; of America and emerges with wealth, matter to locate the owner; and the I Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Triplett, W. .venue and Tenth street Wednesday, '
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t Influence and a hardened heart. officers of the county are going to enforce ''II. Adams, F. L. Spear, M. B Cush- Dec. 6. Minutes of the previous House Building Materials of all ,

M1, He has left his little wife, Natask this provision of the State law ,I man, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Deschner. P. meeting were read and approved, with'Mrs.

4; 'back In Russia, awaiting summons to without any exceptions. I Durflmger and wife, Dr. E. G. Farris President Lou Hendrix in the Kinds. \, ,

rr 'a'new home. A baby, Olga, had arrived Very truly yours, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Morgan. chair. Song by little Frances 'Conn, 1 V' .
A.1W.\\
but of this he does not I w, W. B. CRAWFORD.Two I Gustus, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. () "I Want to Kiss You Through the Novelty Works'in Connection.'l
kj as In the spell of social aspirations i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Veasey, Telephone," accompanied the pianoby ,

lie )Jas shortened his name to Krest English physicians are experimenting -, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Smith, Mr. and 1 her mother. Dr. Minerva Cush- AD we ask b let ns figure .. eit&nsies. ..
f when" lie married the daughter of a with a parasite with which Mrs. Alice your ""o ,
talk
Josh Ferguson man interesting
I Mrs. gave a very on Courteous. '
fellow-millionaire. No word from her I i they hope to exterminate the flies of I Kreps, Mrs. Rose M. Wood, F. women's power and accomplishments. I i Attention and Prompt Delivery. .,I

)+ Missing husband reaches Nataska, but I their country within a few years. I, Ratll,\G. F. McEndree, J. D. Harris Dr. A. E. Johnson of Lake Alfred Phone 21 Kissimmee '" '

i W. II. Wiseman, D. B. Hull, W. F. Is the guest for a few days of Mrs. A. Fla. < ;

McEndree H. C. Williams Mr. and I B. Daniels on Maryland avenue. ..,.,' :
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W. Phillips, W. ... '\\A e.. "'A ...' to +to *ib to_ .
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4 Mrs. F. R. Eldredge Mr. Daniel Harvey, who has been : ;
J. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCarthy spending the summer in Vermont, if -", :" .t

Geo. Hunter, S. J. Scriber, Mrs. again a guest at the new St. Cloud .o..o. ...o..o..oo..ttoo..oo..o." :. '.. 1
: Study Food ValuesFood Mary P. Spencer, Mrs. Moore Dr. J. Hotel for the winter. :

J. Ashley, R. H. Hatcher, Mr. and W. S. ALYSEA 'SAYS! THAT THE I 1

Mrs. H. W. Illman, F. F. Dodge, Mrs.E. INTERURBAN LINE AND THE Holiday Excursions \ \: .. ;
+ for the table deserves !
provided family Chase, Mrs. R. Dais, Mrs. R. B. SPEEDWAY WILL BE BUILT--NO

the careful thought of every housewife. Savage, Miss Pearl Creel, A. W.Stranb. QUESTION ABOUT IT ., vJ

-, when G. W. Crosby, B. B. Bigelow The bids have been let for the pay- VIA r 'j':' ':
Do thought buying
: ; you use Mr. ,, .1
E. N. Everett Dr. Wheatlsy! insr, sewerage and waterwords in our

1..baking powder? Moor, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Corwin, Wonder City., Atlantic' Coast Line '.ys1K l': t

*v Miss Jessie Morrison and the regular Mr.. and Mts. Murphy, who have! J
and all
of cake biscuits
",t: The quality of the hotel on that date. been here for few business, : .
t guests { a days on I Standard Railroad of the South -.
: quickly ralsed four. foods depends largely --.- left Monday for their home in Lake : .,; < : :

the .kind of baking powder used.Baking New England Association. -" .
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upon land.Mr. t'\t
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Royal ..Powder 1s made' from land Association-far the. season was been{ here :on business, left for; their J To Point South of the Ohio and. Potomac Rivers and East of,the'Miiiff -'.

i" 2 :"tartar u "derived from It Is' held In Masonic Hall Tuesday, the home Tennessee this "week. 11 .I F : S . : .0''' .. r
of 4 *, '
grapes. ,
cream vice-presi I tiuippi Ip
I 12th. Mr. Wentworth,, the W.;''A,' Drawdjr took s'bgstnees triP'i '
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absolutely> ; -and I has proved its ezcellerK presided' and Opened the meet- Jacksonville' '' '
pure v dent to Prlday lapt. ..,. returning. I I ..' : .
$<'..'making .food of finest,quality.and. Ing with the audience singing mel'- Tuesday mornnlg..:J >* .'** <- f' .,t "" ."!,. :..' . -t ',11\\" ... 1, ." \.

_ ;"" : 4.' : > ica." Prayer was offered' br Mr. I ,Walter".Arrowsmitharrived. here : .TickijiSold! }; Dec",. otj hie t 25t11with'6a Q 1JDO'tL.; : .
Wholeeamenese.fofgenerations.._;j which the .minutes ** ; :v
Goodwin after ; .. sturdayaefternoon'fromr, .,'. *i .,*' *- V3 H
\1'; ;' \ 'Royal o Baking;Powder contains alum'' were read Ijy the secretary;Misa Jam.Werner' I I Ohio,,where'he has been spending the "I |, : J ,lor.. informalioii,* ;>"a ou.'iny; A ';.CrL..:Ticket:,. Agent"or, . ">, 4r.! |P
| "',' ,,""- :' .Onthe I '.:.!t./j/ : f' .. '" . .4.,
were'pMaed ..
this ,
;a. j, 0.. }" *. 1::' 4" .* *". 01'' 'Resolutions summer. He expects to make, his :\ .., : ,;. : 1 '. '" : ':-- '
;;t. -P I.' pfcosphate.v: ; .I\to'tV\: ,",- death'of President Smith; :and.a permanent home"with'' :his' ; 'parents, I' ; .. . .. : "'' ;
... ..... .+.... .: . "fay .. three' ':consisting '...otMessrs. '' Arrowsmlth.. ;! ,1 ".. ; .rtr\ ... .. ", ,:'\
( t'1' ...... .' ..,"'. + .... . \ ; \ eomn1ttee..ef. ? Mr/ and Mrs. G. P: : .. 4.14RKL AND... : ;. S rj +
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JM" ,. :AIJ' Q WDBR"CO., .. '. Goodwin and- Adams And) 'A.:Burprise"Wa* gtven'JfMlss ; .. :"9 "' '''.. "' -ij, .J.f ,, t
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1 -.. ,, ', I. '1. Y'ork' < .i' MlsivJfW: warner'were' appointed to Rl,kettr last. Friday, evening t oriJd.1 a i Division: Pa3lenller gent...'Tampa." 0)), : ." ,a ; .
.. , 'L''i 'f ,... 110... : ,I"j" sympathy-to e Ohio':Avenue > +!1;. ft" -- : : .' .
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DECEMBER';1S,119116 .., f THE KISSIMMEE I VALLEY GAZETTE: 41 PAGE 'J, 4

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I'.. :Liners& FromOur Readers: Ii' ,:,\I ,FrmtJ; pV(. 'rvett| ,{the.State:labor, ,
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; ,( ''f&1. \\J i .tK AStANDJNflVr \1 1" j.l ., : :lard..r )h.P'netliseetla'Vnion! ,wfll.b.*.h"elcCDec.'oi7 rtl,,,i 2'at-'wu 3:!' that tap<*tlieri W?a'Jacksonville rl;yip; roximatcly,. ''we< (50,000(learn, ; I; IiOHfr k TAY, : BILWUe, COHSTrPATEB;{ J" .


-: 'THE 'THRESHOLD' *:' *" o'ctock.CONCRE3WUMAN'tS.. v.nion..voters. 'tn3JhVstate: ?,a lito.he.,1, .'.".Jt .,J.. ., ,-. f. t,:

,,,' some',thousands of young, ,men who .."Dofew'j 1,Lhir T"*": WH1': ClitiSltglsfe } ..YOIt '- Sowdttlpgbi.or.dwler.aelU.,yon. '., ,
i ;rfjQo'ntinued. FroiozlYage. 10ni.\.1! A''Wl! TE- are'n'bvr. qualifying ,' 60. oenfhottU, -Dodaon'* Uv* Tone
"I ; RIBBONER.. "' ,,for' .membetship therffSir Tku Cal H.,, tinder"toy. persoaal guarantee''that' < It

'a'RMd' D'e rtment"' 'rr'.IS' NE'PF' THE apprentices, 'etc.-; add .to this' augmented u< CMJ let SaItRiI.-:; will clew your sluggish liver,better than
a : MOST'1IMPORi' .NT The'last Union' Signal hat the following ;, it-rOD"
nutycUom.il, Make
ODDS !TANNED IN 11TATE" .... .'. . '. t'',....... article in number members of'the fam.ily ; Jo4..1ckand .
interesting regard 'Calomel :makes sick, lose ,,can eat
. ' ; " ,, yon yon i a you < anything: you want
"t It i*"certain that gah1ftB'*' are in 'store' .Tot Diceota County thticommgar. to "U n.; Jeannette Ranking; Ant and friends who sympathize .with 'days work. '.Calomel Is quicksilver sad without being'''salivated. Your. druggist y

:.-Ainong the bit'dungs (to be accomplished in the near future are: O Congresswoman, a 'Montana. .whlteribbonef their view and. vote their> ticket, and it salivates), ealomel injures your liver. guarantee that each spoonful wilt star
First-Kisiimmfce's bulkheading of its lake"front :"I you Can '.aCel, 'add other thousandsto I'' If yon are bilious) feel lazy, sluggish your liver;'. clean your' .bowel aced
I, Second Construction of the Melbburne our 60,000 to strengthen in 'right and all knocked out if your Vowels are straighten )'o1l..pb7.iDe.. .*or"-o" .
; \ Cload-rCissimmee highway "By a large majority, Miss > Jeannette constipated and your jr bead ache or .
.Third' -Beginning of of St.:Cloud conviction or! to win from wrong stomach sour, take a spoonful of get your money back. Children gladly
1; construction municipal improvement, Rankin, a Republican wan just take Dod_'. Liver
.T ;, sad act Watcr-wwtk. paving and .sewer. This meads an outlay of much elected l member of Congress.. :She view as the case may be, and to get harmless Dod_ s Liver .Tone i Instead pleasant tasting and TON.doesn't beeaUM It or"I* ;
'gripe
of "
these vote for prohibition..' using sickening salivating calomel ;
1 t! {'f. moneyjrtid it Paeans workfor,all who acted: work.", won thi nomination\, against seven Dodson's Liver 'Ton is real, liver media cramp or make them alck. ' .
', ''Fou/th-7ptom.olion.and construction; an automobile speedway: entirely men .opponents.by a 7,000 plurality.; What may we not hope .Jo achieve .cine. I You'll know it next morning because 'I 'am selling Jnllllons"",of', bottle of.
i !;, r Lake Tohopekaliga.Thi: speedway would be, 20 miles long Mist Rankin was born on a Montana with superintendent of "t.. mperance you will wake. up feeling fine, odltOn'. Liver Tone to people whohave, '
: ,. ,tnctlOC.feet wide and would be the fastest in the world. I If i il claimed that ranch and is. a graduate -the University and' labor" in every on*.of our local your liver will be ...orki g.,7our head. found that this pleasant,vegetable,' liver
; unions-152 women all working together ache and dizziness tone, your stomach med!CIne''t.akee. the place of dangerous
: Iralhe would -
grandstand it be
w possible with good neldglatie. to witness of Montana and the School of wilt be sweet and bowels rs lar. You '
I' d the 'race from start to finish. Philanthropy New York city.: When according to a simple, systemstic -, will feel like working. You'11 be cheerfail calomel rellabl. ,:....BUY'ODe'bottie'..rute6. Ask your my druggist'sound, u

( Rflb The construction o fan amphitheater .at St. Cloud that would scat asked by newspaper reporters whether plan toward this one end-to win ; full of energy vigor and ambition. about nie. '
; r' :50.000, people and an accompanying garage that would accommodate 8.000 she"expected 'to make speeches in that labor vote! We are not the only

1 ,..utomo llel. Congress, she !is reported to have ones who'want that vote nor the only MAKE SILK SAUSAGE SKINS.

.. : '.'. Sixth-..Construction of two large hotels at St. Cloud. said: 'Of course 111 make speeches. onea who are after It. The liquor men I .1

!\ t, .Seventh-Last, but not the least important the construction of the Cen- I've been making them for the last are/using them. ever possible device to .win Germany 'novr is making sausage WANTED':

,fj 'trot Florida Intenitban electric railroad, to run from. Melbourne to St. Cloud, eight years for suffrage .and ,.prohi skins of silk '
raw according to the AT
Tp make the legislative work effective HIGHEST PRJCESfLlhoral
:t y Kissimmee, Orlando. Sanford and thence over to the west cqast. bitfon. I.m greatly interested in
,3'' The writer has assurance that money will be available to construct. the social-welfare legislation.' this department of temperanceand Rheinischo Westfaelische Zeitung. ( G..4'a'). p

li {i-'spetdwayaround East Lake Tohopekaliga just as loon a* all 'right of.way "Not only is Miss Rankin a white- labor will be invaluable. We are I Even before the war. experiments were I Coon Hides, Skunk

: have'been secured.( Rilht-of-way option already have been obtained from ribboner, but she was one of the fore- not lulled to sleep by the frequent assurances : being conducted in the making 1 of a > Hide 'Fox Hides '

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" ; 'unterest'of' Kissimmee. St- Cloud and the county that the few property owners the liquor traffic from her native perance people have nothing to fear. with sausage meat. The Elberfeld Opossum Hides,',Otter

t |,-> 'who; :are holding! back from granting! 'right of way across their land will per- State According, to Capper's Weekly We are'! feure of nothing until' those ribbon factory is now turning out '. 'Hide .., _

,;::1 '>'- 'eeivc th..enoul "mistake'oSsjy are making to the detriment of themselves and in 1913 the liquor dealers' association -: legislative' vote are cast! ( great .lengths of'this sausage casing. Don't Sell WrtLont Sowing'; Fur to y

::1 ', .''the'several l communities and will notify Mr. Alyea and his colleagues at St. announced it would spend $1- A friend 'whV was 'a member ofCongress Just'now, however owing'/ .to the'' .

i7 .' '''Cloud,'of their willingness grant options for right of way. The cost of this 000,000, if necessary to defeat the once told me that he desired shortage of .meat, very. large W.B.; MAKINSON'CO.-( .

;1, 'ar project will be away up among the hundreds of thousand of dollar. prohibition amendment in Montana. nothing so much as strong, vigorous ties of casing are 'not needed.quanti-I'C ,

dl .. The franchise for the interurban raiJread,"from Melbourne to the west Jeannette Rankin served notice on the backing from his constituents. the ordinary prices of raw .

" .rt coast via'St.- Cloud arid Klssimrme: already hal been granted by Su Cloud aDd association 'that she -wasgoing to When on an important question it'required vailing the 'new casing is no dearer r?

.; .;. 'Sanford. Prospects ''are that work on it will commence at the beginning of every decent m.n' in Montana and ten extra mail wagon. to than the usual "haulage skin" Robert,, Riedel.Cd..
the All that stand in its i the obtinancy blindness of him for his vote for the amend- transport the letters and petitions to
| 'i new year. now way or ,ask The Berliner Lokal Anzelger says NOVELTY,' ,.WORKS. .
:. few ,mo will not right of to the road. Condemna ment. The determined '! the Rspresentatives! there was no . t
property owners ; grant way young woman a new invention has been introducedby
{ i.i.'a. proceeding may be necessary against them. The money to put through proceeded to stump the State, and doubt that these public' servants earnestly the Berlin inventions bureau for House Bills i Speclitty."' All literior .FlilstWindoui
: studied the wishes of their con- mini Door Frmmfm, WlnJmu
road has bee J. '
*. alllUnl had arrayed against her the consolidated .putting meat up in briquets for trans '
.1 jt, Undoubtedly a. great future i* in store for Kistimmee St. Cloud. and strength of the liquor forces in stituents. Each member of our Legislature port. These briquets !it I* said are and Door Screviu, ''
.: Melbourne if the people in these communities do their'part in working for the the wettest State in the Union; but will be glad to be able to'1 Impervious to the attack of. insects. Thonesi Shop 214) Residence 217DarlinsTten
Ave. N.arFndgbtD.pet,
;, !: 'improvement and for the upbuilding of the Osceola county generally. she had indomitable will, a pleasing be able to show proof of his district'sdesire : ,

::1 :The writer 'two 'years ago came to Osceola county from the Pacific coast personality, a ready ability- speaking for him to vote "dry" for Flor d

; ;;. 'WHERE THEY DO 'THINGS even, going so far as to vote for a Democrat and more than a man's share of ida, and this department of "temper- -W'" V"- ->II, :....-- ... -....-- ... 1I\t... -W-.-. ... .- .' rt,
;! t; 'for President: I tiave watched the building of electric roads between towns courage and determination." ance and labor" can do splendid servo "

", :j//, already served by transcontinental railroads. I I. have seen the trolley line In an editorial which appeared on ice In producing a Florida snowstormof w 'rL
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, set''' ,build up the territory: through which they paned and pay good dividend on Nov. 13, the Chciago Herald said: petitions letters and telegrams.We ,r .
: f.''a'. the investment from the start Last summer I went over the proposed route of "With the election of Miss Jeannette propose to work out our propaganda fAAAS

' .c., the'interurban'railroad from Sanford to Melbourne, and I returned positively Rankin of Montana to Congress, by a campaign! of education by

IJ Convinced that the Central Florida Interurban ,railroad will be of immense importance woman may be said to have definitelyand' means of the fine up-to-date litera-

} .. to.these section H. W. ILLMAN. finally arrived. She is the first of ture which la adapted''' to this special' I
t f ,' work. I have a plan all mapped ouT;
, t her vex to be chosen to membershipin
the national body." by which every doubtful voter may ,
;; I' OMMENT ON JREV. FOX'S POLITICAL SERMONTo receive information and at regular
intervals. best suited to his state of ,
: """' TEMPERANCE AND LABOR.
.. f'1'. \" To the Valley Octette: them now, we win how> him thing Two supreme struggles are before mind-a plan by which our many I

. Iu, a recent Issue .of the Valley GaMtte in two or four year that he will be] the people of Florida. First, we ; good prohibition friends within the
noted'that Rev. M. Fox. who comperVed to notice. It would not surprise must without fail win the Legislature': labor unions may co-operate with'us,

,: ,minister to't1. Roman Catholic con- me if the next Legislature open- which convenes in :April, tor submission as they gladly 'will.

. gregation.In Kissimmee; had discoursed ed his hierarchical eyes somewhat. t>T prohibition to the people. No line of effort that we could

,{ ,,' to his congregation about'the' The. Roman Catholic hierarchy's When that is done, we must bury the take In the various 'local could possibly
latest Florida primary and election member all over America are ding riquor 'traffic fathoms deep under the work out such large practical
something week wake _. result In winning votes a* this if the
for Governor..u every to. up ballots of Florida's patriotic e1tl .

I By, .the, hard charge 'he made sleepy Protestants. Tt'Is because of the emergency unions will perceive and utilize this L
against the Protestants of this State See what General Fnnston has w'lih'h'b upon us .that the State has opportunity. Every union before
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'; ; It.1a"easily.judged how Mr. Fox 'and done. In his arrogant and IffgoteJ launched thin new department of which this.u"bJ has been laid ha -

" Bother: : Catholic feel about their dej way he ha Ineultad'every'good Am- "temperance and ,labor. One. can taken 'up the department enthusiastically.

/, accusing.Florida! Protestants of erican. If'.I ,were -Prnlaent ..t11.. s careeroverestimate the .tjrategieImpvrtanoe' ."The details;!T my plan' and'explanations THIS, IS THE CHRISTMAS STORE.. ; _

':"He," "'hatnc1,* calumnies," "ml United State. I would take Hcomr; of the labor union. to our of them'will be givenIna. PRACTICAL, SENSIBLE GIFTS ,

. I representation*,*', ""unreasoning. pre ,u. mllllon"from Mm'' within twenty-four. : problem of winning vote for proU- special letter to the onions.. This 1* which, arc ;rare to be appreciated are found in abundance A'beret; also y
"''' and him look to his'bo.ea- these the task before u., ,the white-ribbon. '
,dIee tolerance, -etc. hour let ition.i In the'first place, men TOTS, DOLLS AND. NOVELTIES.. "
\ . -I M, bi told me bout four orfive'go1 the Roman hierarchy for a Job.. are the 'TOten who vote. Ministers, women(of l'Mo iia. COME TO TAMPA- '

.. sets;: that this Roman Catholic There i la serious cause that two teadhera-, 'doctors lawyers, farmers, To ,this end clasp hands with me, If you cannot come here, use our prompt and'efficient v .. .

'' 'Aehureh was not 'rn politics. So do al- great and enlightened Protestant and many others often do not take 'dear comrades, In this supreme struggle -.:..MAIL; ORDER, SERVICE. '

'''''mot''all C.thotlee'aell)" the accusation : church conventions should take -so the: trouble to go to the polls-It werea for a Florida free. Tell den what yen wuit and the price you wish to pa.,..'',We,guarantee, '
that their church is in politics. i strongly the position set forth in the; shamebut the union men go to the Yours in joyous service satisfaction . "'

: NoV' hesays; there are many good resolutions quoted below.At polls on election day and vote, to.the 'ILDA DE GARMO, MAAS
BROS. TAMPA .
. ",. Protestant In 'Florida 'but that he their convention held in Minne- last man. They are in politics with Superintendent of Temperance and. FLA. ,

. 'doe*'not like the Luther kind. He apolis this year the Baptist of the problems -of their own, seeking their Labor. ... -A i!.'. ".. ... f\II. ....;4 .
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, ,says this selection was evidence of Northern States adopted the following solution the hands of the govern- A
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how many good Protestants are in : -
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'State that in this election the .
thIs ;
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Resolved, That we reaffirm our traditional
*decent Protestants stood shoulder to our residence to the government and ,
doctrine of the of
. .. : separation
authority of the United States of
shoulder with the Catholics." By these church and state as the guaranty of America.The The Victrola! is '
.i: "decent Protestants: he means those religious liberty for. all men as wellas Conference of the Methodist 'oj
for ourselves that view with
If" .Who supported! and voted for W. V. ,grave concern the; disposition we of the EpiaoopaJ ,Church (Northern) held at ,

Knott Roman Catholic church to tax us Saratoga Springs, N. Y., last summer
;,. Protestants who supported and through the state for the support put itseLf .on .record in the following ,
.. .voted for S. J. Catta and God, home ..Ita institutions being compelled; that we as especially iifraagiL-on part) : ideal for Christmas- 1
oppose
"'1iare"and other .
,. "and'country are to maintain parochial school, whichara "W *'BiJectfully request the Congress -
I :low-down.kinds of '.camp& and should remain purely private g of toe United States to eradicate i
"! Mr., Fox.hould"'take heed of the institutions; and that we protest this foot at bitterness (sectarian
inst\the attempt In various sections appropriations from our religious It is of ( .....
,siR >* of the time If he doe not see to prevent .freedom of. speechby y submitting a constlutional sure a hearty < *

mob violence to curtaU tl>eiree-_ amendment prohibiting all '
1 : dom of the mails, And to. close the sectarian appropriation. wherever our welcome on Christmas
press against the discussion of these flag floats whether j>y national, stateor
KeepingJburselfWell questions.We m nlelMJ ,e vernlnenta." morning-and i.t will
call upon Baptists everywhereto There is serious reason why pat- ; .
?'] ." 'THE be vigilant, to about riots all. ever America are taking this be favorite all -' .
FIRST STEP scrutinize a
: these m.tterst to the guarantees land and are .rpnizina-not year ; 1
: "' cIous liberty and the
; Sys ,.I:Usually the' first indication *flowering ar separation of church and state in against the Roman Catholic religion, round.
r of health i I. found i* the their State Constitution and to not against Roman Catholics but to t
bowel and liver. Something goes strengthen: them by -amendment when' guard against the political power The Victrola j''
i, -rronc-we eat too much, or work necessary, and in all these affairs to which the Roman Catholic HIERARCHY pleases i :t
; o ...too bard-end the ;.bowel/ action display: moderation and kindness as seek and always has sought } r'P'
- well as firmness of speech and effectiveness one-gives
+ weakeili.o /tlfe'lIYer is slngciah. every every-
of action. to wield.. We want to keep this country -
; That heavy feeling onvarUing in ,
' .' the v morning, dryness of the We hereby petition Con< M throat"-with bad taste, a slight > pan aa amendment to the ( Cathelics, Jews and for all other J
of the United States
.': headache dull eye*-all show that tion appropriation of public prohibitingany money by creeds. F, H. LAWSON. they like best. )

food'has'fermented in the intestine the nation State or subsidiary poli- IT .
' *,' and that' the body is manufacturingspoisons tical divisions for any church institu- GLOSSY HAIR And there's Victrola .
1 instead of tt- school: society or undertakingwholly FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls j .. *
,,> good blood. tC or in part under sectarian or ''IN
i (' .;. Clear it -alt out. Give the ecclesiastical control. Try It! Hair Gets soft fluffy within the reach of all- ,s'
. stomach and bowels a fresh tart We petition the House of Representatives and beautiful-Get a 25 cent 1,
liver protesting against the bill Introduced $15 $25 $40 $50 $75 '
work.: Hamlin doe a1Lofthis, by Mr. Fitzgerald of New bottle of Danderine. I' } J ,
without'. griping or weakening. fork, giving the Postmaster-General If yon care for heavy hair that j);
..( .; It' tile 'ideal laxative and liver polder to exclude religiously offensive glistens with beauty and is radiant $100, $150, $200, $350, $300, $350. = t' a':, h'}'
"< I topic because it follow Nature'splanwithout. publications from the mail. While we
with life; has an incomparable softness M iJI\\
..iiscomfort''infiammation '' earnestly deprecate malicious or !ignorant and is fluffy, acid lustrous, try Come in a..see the complete line. Werllr'ii4d 1 '.
1ay '
or. forming. a habit. Constipation attack'' against'any'oriranlza4on Danderine. : : pl ;a> Y. . ,U
'may be, overcome withUqatd we consider such'a bill dangerous Just one application .. doubles the music you wish to hear and explain': ouf plan yea : :
ter
ipsesa... ) ... .. to our liberties and opposed to the beauty your hair beside it Imme- :,, Y' tns j"
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i rtkbut wide freedom which should allowed diately dissolved of \\"I< .
'''"' )I .., form.The Tab. the press In'. free country. dandruff.:: :You .can every. not particle,navel\ nice ( "JIl"( s
I'; as taste Resolved That a* a body of Chris.tiros heavy, healthy hair if yon haVe dandruff .r.CtO R. 'bewrnrJ" : ;'BROWN'* > ,
> IaeeaYkr:\ composed of men and ..women'ofaU .. This destructive scurf robs the 'v1 ', I +i 4
th..... a nations of both native and foreign hair of Its lustre, its strength and its "
.aer'.rafeeatiaa0'g birth who-hava learned the true meaning very life and if not overcome it
of. to the nation, pro II Pianos andKISSIMMEE'Ft: \ iCtr'oJas. '
loyalty through
i he'democracy characteristic: jot our duce theAealp a :feverishne; the hair*root* and'famish/loos itching >" '_ '.' :, ,
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18,000 chnrche,we pledaourselves en ; and die" ben: the hair fall out
,...r"J' afresh at thin time of confused loyalty fast. 8Uf'ali eta'' : '
Z- cnt bottle ofat'r t ; A.ir ,
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:' \ to the 'only political allerlahe ,webar Danderine from ... ';...
any, drug ,
:1"I/ ever recognised; In thi* land:of try it. . .\j... ',,, .:.,. ".. '
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; D. '.0'." ( /1V.t' A I'a' .b'.Y'' .?. CHRISTIAN:DECEMBERS ENDEAVR IN the School. Board KISSIMMEEONE' : : I



I Off DO-TTOU WANT TO HCLf fABYTP -

...- Klaslmmee.* Fla., >D o.: 4. 1111.. :

I" \ s"\\ K' We nope Christian,Church: :"Endeav, ."The School. ,Board : net >a ,"regular DAYONLY\( ,-" II
rn: \: &YeJ irer stopped to reejixethatthere : PER i YEAR: to conauct tie above orers had a good time" 'in the recent session;> there' 'Inpresent"; 'W.-* C. .

TWELVE Institution Baaa, (chairman, J. 8. Stratton and
''' : : : are' MORE CHILDREN all-one-Sunday rally of'that church Waiter Breneoa) also C. H. Towell.' superintendent. .

j :t ;).ferred to the Children' Home Society -i It doe not coat ONE-THIRD of Klfsimmee.... '
___. that amount to conduct the ChUd 'en'* Minute of the last meeting were Dec. 22
and the efficient
", :. 5r ___*__ of Florida, EACH YEAR, than Kindly reporter read and approved. Friday .
Horn of Florida. .
Society B. L Ltipfer.
State secretary in Johnstown, Ml*., County Treasurer reported .
*re cared for by theBaptist follows
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''f. Orphanage at Arcadia, Lest you forget: We need good Ruth Coffin have sent splendid newt To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction ,
,, and In and for Osceola Coun-
c family horns for our homeless societies

'' Methodist Orphanage Enter- I orphan children and wee babies every pointer bout how from Thanksgiving a good many Day.... observed I herewith tender mjr report as ONLY TENTED ATTRACTION OF IMPORTANCE ,COM. :.

;7. ''f' ,.', I J>rfse, day in the year. How about one for by them."Here are a few mentions Treasurer month of November of Osceola A.County D. 191..for the ING THIS YEAR :

.* : Daniel Memorial Orphanage at :I \
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; your home and we hope to give more next (. ....... Sehel F.... ,
h ; :. ..:Jacksonville . We also need children's clothing, Week. To balance from last report..110,144 '

f r St. Mary'* Home at Jacksonville underwear hats, caps, stockings, rib- To Comptroller amount received 1 mill school from I SUN BROTHERS'"

Q 4 Children' Home at Tampa, bons, ties, kerchief., and shoes for Tampa United Brethren had a To tai(amount________received____-__-from 1.5$'.If' .

} f. Pearl Eag-an Home at Pensacola childre nfrom 1 day old and upward. meeting with fifteen in attendance Comptroller redemptions__ SO.06 PROGRsSSIVE' '

Cuban Home at West Tampa We have immediate need for Jellies, prayer and sent three baskets to To Tax amount Collector received taxes___from--__ '.780.4' WORLD'S ;; ;j jI

'. 1 Second Advept Home at Dowling preserves, citrus fruits, canned goods, the poor. To Tax amount Collector received poll.------from 14.04 .

I Park, nuts, meats staple provisions, vege- SHOWS I ) ."
II&,HOT.61
Odd Fellows Home at Gainesville tables, syrup,, honey and flour. Gainesville in its Presbyterial so- By paid warrants as per lI.tu 4.481.70 I f.

Mrs. Brooks Home at Enterprise, Our greatest and constant need is ciet' "lied a sunrise meeting with By balance ----____._--__--_114,426

Boys' Home at Jacksonville MONEY. We have no income from ifh\een present, five of whom were I uiMcbo.IIl.tlt No. I ,\\1

State Industrial School for Boys at any source other than through you Jrmors and every one present took I Tb balance1 from last r..por1.571.08I II'I I'
To amount received from Tax
Warlanna and other friends. We need your help part making a splendid meeting. I Collector. Taxes ___n______ 71813

ALL COMBINED. It is a fact. today--and badly, too.MARCUS. They had an offering of $.20, whichwas I To Comptroller amount received redemptions from_.. 11.75 Jt

it PROBABLY csots about ONE C. FAGG, given t othe Associated Charities -I ( IIW :t

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mfc HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS State Superintendent._ _ a helpful benevolent work of pnld warrants as per IIK1273.70( .'1
_ _ _ 4L.-_-JJafl.ruJJru.nJsI.rtr.JJ-rJ-Lnrrru..na, rJJ.J'J'-tflJ'JUUV'r'--uuu.u % N ___ ,;,
their city. iJy Balance ____-- __-____ - .$1,026(6 I, -'C '..41fu1'bI 54'J1 ,\

I "...-,....._1 DistrIct >o. a I .
Ha da sunrise meeting. The Ep- To balance from last report.._ .112296
.1 Told By Girls Of Osceola Canning Clubs I To amount received from TaxCollcor.
worth League united with them and tuxes _. ._.nn 13.71 I

:; r two of the B. Y. P. U., makign a totalof To Comptroller amount, received redemptions from_.__ 4.88

1 BY MABEL TINDALL.-.NARCOOS- Ihad 800 pounds of vegetables ; thirty-five present. This good report 141.05 : .

*: t i' SEE. 154 pounds used at home, sold 446 was from the Presbyterian society By paid warrants ... per Ua126.48 { r&vI ,

4 'i I joined the tomato club because I pounds, canned 25 pounds; fruit canned in Kissimmee, South Central dis By balance __--___--_____--__$11667 _._!__-_ I-_._' ..:,..

thought I could make and 82 pounds. Cost $520 profit trict. 4 -I _. ,- .
i some money ; H.b- Vhool niatrfrt No. s '.- -_____ --- .1,1&e.
:liked .the work, $& ).75. To balance from last report$1,171 r- .-7,__. J.d& .
To amount received from Tax _. T I .
1 I have' a tenth of an acre in the Jacksonville City Union, with Collector taxes __ __Uh.- SJS.66 ---- -, . 4 ---. -, .. .
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3 '. corner of the farm by av pond. It is BY KATE PARTIN CENTER seven churches represented, held a $1.8(1484( -.-

1 -'. ." low, flat-woods soil. sunrise prayer meeting in Confederate By paid warrant. as per list6000,

,' I elected' this location because I PARK. Park with 74 in attendance and By balance $1.818.84
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thought it was best for' my garden. I I joined the Canning Club two had a splendid meeting. Each society To balance$b-Neheol, from last Dletrlet' r..porlII.77O'No. 4 I

j J. prepared the soil of my garden first years ago when Miss Anne Carsonwas took a Thanksgiving offering instead To 'amount received from 'TaxCollector.
.. taxes _. ._ 100 9Z
., 1 ,by',drainage to lower the water and agent and have enjoyed the work of baskets. This offering is to To Amount received'u .u from-

.J- make the soil warmer. very much. be used by the Associated Charities Comptroller redemptions. ._ 1.451I.6R6.48

3 I plowed it to make my garden fertile. I thought it would be nice to learn of the city. Amount contributed for ,I",
By paM warrants as per Hat 60 00
I harrowed it to make the soil to can and to grow gardens.I this worthy cause to be announced
By balance _____.____ __. $1,658.46 i
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.1in. and smooth for plowing. planted my garden on new ground later. I Hoh-Wrhool niBtrtrt No. S (I.

For fertilizer I used about 400 by the side of my father's garden. He To balance from last report$114&* ,w
I To amount received from Tax
'ri' ,f 'pounds of barn yard manure and 100 had grown a crop of eggplants on the Weirsdale sent a box of oranges to Collector taxes -_ ___..__ _. 61.06

t : "'; :3>oqnd*'.of fruit and vine fertilizer. land.I the Endeavorers of the State Deaf 119",.11 .L.11icI f.

-4' t Tint applied the fertilizer about' selected that piece of land becauseit and Blind School as a Thanksgivinggift. fl)' paid warrants as per list._ h 1200 }

I two! weeks before transplanting. I was new and fertile, and I thoughtmy The faithful school societieshad By balance ________ --____._____$183.11 WILD ANIMAL TOURNEY
($h-Kehnol EIstr,4 Mo. Jfi
would well there. and turkey
I cultivated my tomatoes two different plants grow a pleasant holiday a To balance from last r..porluU..H
Father plowed the land for and them by Mrs. Bing- To amount received from Tax \
supplied
dldnt me dinner
J time I think the plants Collector. taxes .__.nh__ __ 2.10 ) *
< needed taking or pruning. my brother harrowed it. ham, formerly Mrs. Flagler. It had To amount received from

,- The pest that ,attacked my garden I bought some plants which cost me been her late husband's habit for Comptroller. redemption u-_--- 2.10- ; THE WORLD'S \ TI}

75 cents and planted them out earlyIn to do this. The deaf and blind Hv balance ------- $21 4Warrants BIGGER WONDERS .
"wa. a little worm that I didn't rocog- years w.'r.pxami ;.;, and canc.lled \\

!:: aixe. J JI Jt the spring but the cold killed societies in the State school are in St. In open School s,'salon Kunrt$44R1 as followsOenernl 70 : AT YOUR DOORS

sprayed the plan. with a soluEfol' ) them. Thep I had the land worked Augustine and the only white school !>(uh- ohool District No. Lu__ 27S.70 .

again there would not of State Union. Sub-school" mstrlct No.2. u' 26.48
: or'lIme'and Milestone. I II feeling sure C. E .societies our Sub-Hchool niatrlct No. 1_._.. 66 noh.fOI.h..1

harvested ,'my the first come another frost. I bought more Wish we had more! '1.. niBtl t'iet No. 4._ 30(1'
tomatoen Sub-Pchool District No. 'u__. 12 00
44 part of July.; t plants and set them out. Illlli were approved and warrants
_____ En- InNtfed as follows: TWO PERFORMANCES 'DAILY, faatinee and
", ,, The best ''';''7', $to> ,grJo roy tomatoes Neither insects nor disease both- We are wondering how many I C. R Towell salary supt.______$11600 .Ni&ht'1'
J ered my tomstoes.I deavorers will attend the young peo W C. Bass. M. B P. I._.__ h__ 4 oo '
first'and
was second grade, .1 R etrottnn. M. B P. I.____-,-__ *60 JJt
:packed,,in two-quart baskets: put In used 25 pound of commercial-fer ple's conference gotten up for the Walter Hroimon. M. B P. I______ 6.00 .
( n B W "*'l Ian Sch. No. 1.. 460O-I I ":
in "oi -
'tilizer and I them worked but I land" to be held :
then market. l' kept "youth of our .
( Crate and shfpped to Mrs J R Klgart. Jan. $ch. No. 16 1700 I .f

"also,had Squashes, cucumber and did not prune or stake them. Winter Park the closing days of 1916 Presbyterian No 1 _Church rent. Sell.__ S.14' No. SO, N. Klssy,_ 1(00 a a D NO. ._-..._...._i. '.. .OO p
,
4d 'ubb ceL .. ,. I' Between June 26 and July 30 v Igathered or Dec. 27-81.. Surely.no better way I Alex.' Hayres. rent Sch -No.; !---- a.90 .t, I* Jc rcl.n., saL texcher Edgar'voters Hats s. a Hat I>. Np.of 1-----quallQed...__ 10.00, /oi.'[

i a. ''''''' ,\ ..... >.'. "i.' : ;. (' '' v 'fm ' 160 pound'of tomatoes and of spending the holiday vacation could Bra)TOP & Ouloe, Mnt Sin No. 1 1 Sch. N.. '0, .W, Klssy--..,, 41.00.() S.! H.'. ld'ertlc.. supplle. Scbo, I., "It.,!
t the tomatoes __..._ .. BOO .
went ball
"pen wf : park .
.1 .i ??-i.b--.i; : : Rattle Klnar. sal. teacher.; ii, 1I.'S'' a .O.-O, S.-------) "I"I '
*icalded them and some watermelons. be afforded the many school teachersand Jla Fannler. Cannlns; 1000 I B< ...... State Hank. of Klssy frelghC ,
them peeled !,. Carson Farmer Ins. Bens. Nos I !h. No. 10, W. Klssy. _4 $! 00 <
:) I I I have canned 30 quart of guavas, students from among the hosts of and 1 ..._.__ .._. .., '(17. 4VennerSawyer Mr. J.' H. Stalfee. sal. teacher.I . I Sch.., No. IOco. _._l-i.. > l.Hf,, t:
*Ueed them,,put_them ;means. In,the! ] \ Co offtoe-----*sun-- !' 186 I Sch. No. II__._._,,_._. 40.00 W. (Greene repairs. Sch ffto .
_ -' 't ')>oiler. and then boiled forty minutes! ',12 quarts' tomatoes,' 6 ..quarta4ofblackberries eager-minded Endeavorers of our Klaslmmee Telephone Co.. i Miss Ola Campbell. sat teacher R. U, Vf. 1.00' .'

'o.: aee 'If the'can* are sealed good: 12 pint* of guava but- Union. Write to Secretary R. W. Miss'phonen.. Alblna offlre Smith and expenses Sch. No. of 1170 I Miss Sch. No. 21.Roae 1 rnos, aal.I_teacher I. 1000 No 1 KI..lmmee-------'i\ ...40....., ..
bW.a
fthey have bubble* coming from thecan ter and 18 glssses of jelly. Greene in Winter Park for full partic .dhort course. CanningClub__. 11.20Ml Mellssee$ _-_sal 4J.OO Sanitary No. I __ ,'I-
Robftraon teacher
:L I To can gusvas : First wash fruit, ulars. \*. AlbInK Smith.' __ ._services.Cnnnlnsr _._ . Soon 1 Sch No. 26------------------- 35.00Miss \\aters A Carson" Oro. Co., ;
thenyou, take them out and reSeal Club - piles Hch No 1 __.:_ : 14
and in with .1 t Cad.-l legal! service ._ 1200 hazel Norton. sal t..ach..r.H"h. II .
peel pack glass jars a u A. Sullivan labor Sch. No. 10.
and after the No. 17-------------------
4000
them : cans are It M F\ann. salary teacherSih "8 S I). No I 1-. '
Sealed good boil them. twenty min- syrup made of two measures of waterto I Next Sunday has a renl! ] 1 Jo I. -._ _- h_ 22500 Marie Williams sal teacher Frank Kranklln wood Sch. .ir \>:,I.OG .,.
'Hrh No 1H
i Ml. I"'nlI..lln..r, ..a I. teacherM - -- - - -- - 65.00Miss
\ a.OG'
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N
one of sugar; place rubber on jar "Big Jobs heart-test-I" Uessl Haye: aal: teacher: I 20 Klsslinmee ---------C r
& rnte. I ing topic: No I __. _ nu.- 100.00 h No. IX . __ __ W A. itch.i.. ,.lair school No. 6. :.
N' 40.00 i"o
and seal. VPut in vessel witha II (f l''II.on., snl tencht - - i H No
sof the H I I.
'p :rMi 'cream partly takes In memorie _ M( ,*''R Mnttle Tyson, sal. tencher 3------- ? 1t.41'1)11. \;
r' ** Srnlth'gav. us an }fce Rrh .No I _ .-- 10000 I |.... rm"1T\'flon ...I te8ch't"Mch. .. \"
';party,.when our work was done and false bottom and process for 40 realirations. now nearly passed, hid Miis'" Ii"'n Vo' <>1 flnrk. .. Hal_ I..arh'r._ _ _ soon I M HcSch.Kunlce No. 30--------------KIchardHnn .."I. teacher 3600 ,, I No It. K M 1) Xlo. L__.., 1..00'fi

minutes in boiling water. prnyerfut'thoughts of the I .-h I I'h., No 81'_. .._ _ ..un45.00. .
'we enjoyed it very much. I I brings :\1'i .. fin 1 i a I,. dlx tt,'r. sal teacher 'ora 'HuMlnir'. sal - i Thi.. Ixiiiril. rln.llnir there would be 'r.
Miss Bina came out one day to things that may be done "In s< h No 1 : soon V", teacher .ufili. .lent luiiiln I In the general school '. :
; irreater .. I-.h. 32----------------- 35.00
Is recipe I have used i
1I.1ThI.; a good : : M' F'h .1 I t'r"f."I.( mil tiacherS ,I runil extiiKltil. the tirma of the rural ,
show me how to embroider our em- His Name" during; 1917. <'h No. 1. _ -_ _.- 8 5 00 T .r l.vtle. nnl. teacher.'teh mli'.oln to !, ,nlil.
; "boiled - - -- from that fund to
:X cut potatoes in one-half-inch V t I..H Kr:. nc"n l4iflgton. al 1. teacherSch | "' ', So 35- _ -- _UUh 4000 nix :months: | t
'4 cubei and sprinkle four cupfuls with i blem. She stamped one for each of GRACE A. TOWNSEKJD.{ Vo 1 _ _ 115 00 Mlns Sch Lillian No 7_I'rentls, sal tiacher_ 60 The hoard. fliml 1 Dec Si aa the date it
I ('0
the girls and we worked about half. )Pc. 11 1916.Swellings lIla Ix>la Ijiwler sal teacher ; ,-------- for rloHln i hi. xhnola for the Christ. '* "
Interlachen, _ __ W S JuhiiBon. sal. teachtr:
one-half OOMl
: tablespoon salt and one- S'h No I uh -c. <15. 1 Sch No 26------------------- 3500 inn hollil' \>'s. unit :Jan. 8, 1917 .. theJ
There fourteen of and three ... sal teacher
were us .tr>ell Kent dale for reopening; them. '
fourth teaspoon pepper; add boiled inflammation 6.00MIAN Miss Betty Pherlgo. sal teacher, ;
of the flesh caused by Sch No \1\ -- --- ._ ____... . _.. The hoard lmvln received the reJK
and visitor She treated us to ice cream. I Cl.*o: '.; frldR-ai t: teacher.Srh | Hch No 41 40 00Osfiola turns "
mix few from the election
A
held In
J dressing thoroughly. certainly'had cold, fractures of the No 1 ____ 65 00'Mea Hardware Co., supplies, Special ,,* ,
--n Tux "School
We all fine time: -- -- -- I District No.1 at St. Cloud
a i Srhs. 21 3. 1. 9. 20 and 20 N. I
t. drops of onion juice may! be added or rheumatism f r* IIr.n sal teacher I, "I'la .
bone toothacKc} neuralgia and K'm>imrp .. _._ 65 15 on Nov 7. 1016 for the purpose of i
___ 66 OOMrs
I have canned tomatoes beans Hch No. 1 -- .nnhn '
-- whether
determining or not .conjpnlstiry ;
L *4>ne tablespoon onions finely minced. be relieved by applyingBALLARD'S F C. Tdwards. sal teacher. Alex Hayncs. wood, Sch No. 10_ 1 75 I school :
can attendance shall prevail Insaid 'f i
I blackberries and several other things. 86.OO \. It. Jncknoa na r... Hch No 1 6 80
_tc Arrange on a mound and garnish with i SNOW LINIMENT. It Mi Sth... Harriet No 1 Wllcox-- -- -:-sal--;--teacher.Rch - ---. 'Curtis Yates. 'urn Club prise___ So 00Valley nmled( 1 district proceeded upon to motion"a nv...duly saldire"0.* L.-'

i1- the white and yellows of hard-boiled KATE PARTIN should be well rubbed in over the parts Cecelia.No 1 Overstreet.---------------a----. sal teacher.6600Mips grams.Uaaette Ten*'h' rn printing Ins __pro 276J turns which were found as follows:. .*;. ,
) I :j. Lann. pn'rs., Hch No. 1._. 460 Total number of votes cast 48B t.
..egg Center Park. : healing and 'Sch No 1 6600 .. '
affected. Its great pene- - ----- For compulsory school attend"n" 1
._ Miss. UoiileeThomason.; :ii fear-iier.. Kiss'ater A I-ltcht Plant received 411 . .
-- --- ---------------------------- -- __ vote. 4 tV \
Water Sch No. 1
reduces
the 6500 | rent 41Watera
: trating power eases pain, Sch No. 1- _- Against compulsory school 'atten -'*' ",
day night at the Presbyterian Carson /
i A Oro. Co. sup-
AkiAs natural condi- Mips M C. Bryan sal t..ach..r.hL.lltn ( _._ .__ once, received 15 votes. '
{ CUREDFLORIDA I Church for the al1lUl1t-Thanksgiving! swelling and restores : 1 --.--_---- 68.OOMl West piles Disinfecting itch No 1-Co- supplies- 42.90 60 I II I Hlank. votes returned, Ii votCi.The :
.
., : Dale sal l teacher I
] service. tlutm.: Price 25c 50c and $1.00 per 6600 S. I*. L.upfer, commission treasurer I board finding said election was l?
< Sch No 1 _... . held pursuant to law and that.three- ',
'I
: nK .BY CLIMATE The house was filled. The five t Bottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. :'VIf"Sch No.<'or 1.u Russell__sal___._teacher_ 6600Mi I R It Rllev-- --sal-tea..her.Meh. - 19722 fifths of the total number of votes cast *VHnc ..'
: I were for compulsory sebool % attend >
aal. teacher. No. 1$. B S n No. L .., 2800 "
Ruth Clark .
i resident all with s declared that
-=--- pastors were present, Profitable Investment _. 6600Ml Mrs Laura Lee, sal I..h..r. compulsory'school \tI.
No. 1
Seem itch t,
attendance had carried In saldH5lstrlott,
; ,. Peter Eberti who has a citrus Witherspoon: of the Presbyterian s Emma Yowell. sal teacher.Sen Hch No. 18. S. 8 I) No Lu 1000P I. !'
4 young It is estimated that at a cost of No. 1 _._. 75.00 A. Northrop sal teacher. "on motion of Mr. 8tr.Uon..oi
of. twenty-five acres at church as master of ceremonies. The I sal teacher Sch. No. IS, 8' R D No. Lu 1000Ml Ion.I.I. hy Mr. Bronson the ,ff lIown.1' rM
grove Mlp I.urv VMtherspoon
of good resolution ,
fully 160,000 acres was unanlmonslyfedopted.
$200.00 -s Mertle Fletcher, sal teacher t\t
JJarcoosee: was a Valley Gazette visitor invocation war by Dr... Witherspoon.The reasonable distance of Sch No 1_--sal. teacher. 85.0n Sch No 15. S No l. .V).00Mlart H .."Iv.I. That hereafter. alt. persons ;i L.
within MINellie VfcQuarrle. : t.r.n: /
land a
having hills
; : to present to .the board
Katherine nal
lately. Mr. Ebertz reports scripture lesson was by Dr. Falls itch' No 1 _--____--_- 75.00 teachertHrh must flle In of" th.county . ,
theofflo r
; Savannah can be drained and made M''". M..p Peftls. sal teacher No I Id. H S 1) No. I 1._ .. In 00 same "
'of the Baptist Church. The! 45.00 Miss Star Paisley. ; sal teacher, superintendent not later than :,,
,that bis youngest son (Edward now prayerwas to the annual Ich No. 2------------------- noon of the ,
of cotton Saturday
productive Sch No 1ft S 8. T> NfL_ precedingi.the"
... sal teacher. 10.00
Ml Ivn Nl"wron cer. .
':],'1 years) is io. greatly recovered by Farmer of the Mission value of more than $3,000,000.FOR Ki-h ;>10. 8_-__ BO.TOMia. Mlfs Lillian lr">. .."I. teacher, first such Monrtny. bills of will the be month.carried Otherwise until, 'tall
Tie Baptist Church. Dr. Chisholm of the Lottie .Huff sal teacher. I Sch No. I" S R n No. L... 1000 over y,
.v 'Jrom his disability that is able to Hi-h. No' 4. 6000 MI. Ruby Rax*. sal teacher the newt. reirular, meeting of .'h.. boardr'.
'Walk almost normally again. Four or Christian Church gave a most excellent A CREAKING DOOR. !\\O"., Ht-rah. Miller ..al teacher. | Sch No 18. 8 8' D No. 1. 1000Miss the The Stat hoard Punk received.of K'nslrnmee aopllcatlona th-, First front g.(.'.r,
40.00 FIo' I" Dnnllttle. sal ; \
. .._ < teacher
"1Bv years ago Edward's legs began to able and searching address. The creaking of a door may be Instantly M
stiffen that lie became unable to Every phase of Our national life, as Sch No. II --__ 40 Oft :J Ij. Harvrtve supplies Sch isled Usrhonl
so stopped by rubbing the hinge MIa Rdna Rf'hw..lk.rt. sal teacher.K. NOL 18. 8 8 r). No. L.u COS "s depositories' of. the' count, -.
.'
j ;, bend his knees. Doctor !well as the problems now 6000Miss Rysn llroa supplies. Sch Nol funds > j
..sk or even to I very grave with a piece of soap. It does not spoil K. TO 0--------------------sal teacher.Sch . 5. 1. 1600 The. narrt took a recess to' m..t.. Sit
$ Bass,
Kffle
were unable tor diagnose the disfty confronting us. was discussed in a the looks of the paint as if oil were No. 10- 4500Mr ( H C RH .rrl..yNo.. -p)l..ons -.. 9 r lock. Dec 5. -.. '11 ]
that had in it uncertain ,. C. H. lllocker. sal teacher. No.. 26-10 8 I>. II No. L__ 7.7B . .. '
I _Ie. message no used. Sch No. 12 .- 4000P. Thornton Marble, labor Sch No. The imard reconvened Dee.* B. 1M*.\> }{
Three ago the family moved sound. It was clearly shown that to :J FranV'n. sal. teacher. 2. 8 S n No. 1 -____-. loo and tt'k) up the matter of apportion- .if.
, ,"' \. year "CASCARETS" Pih No. 11 ._--- 6600 Wm Stephens. labor. Sch. No.2, In,,' the school funds to: the *veral; ";; ;
3 to Narcossee, from Cincinnati Ohio, 'be a citizen of the United States is 10 CENT. Mrs P. J Franklin.- saL teacher. S.'c7. H' No I -- _-- -. UO banks 'lJ\f c, t 1\ )
IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE No. IS 40.00 8t Trlbun" printing bal Hv :... tbe'taU- '
frt leement \I-
of the
with worthwhile ) - banks,
been fraught an altogether :
has
: and the boy improving ever
II. I R W Plley. .pal I..aeh..r.ii.a lots. 8. S D. No 1_ 460 ens 1I-"k of Klstilmmee and, the Flrtt I
meaning. Headache Sour Stomach, Pfh No 16 10000 Hdwards A Durham supplies National t'
: Wnee. For Sick ------- : - Rank of St. Cloud withdrew
Mra L*"ra Xe teacher; Sch No. 18..A. S n No. Lh.. 101 their nnnllcatlons to
be "
Bowels d."te4.
and They
_ Edward and hi. family attributer I Dr. Lawler of the Methodist church Sluggish Liver Sch No. 1._.- TO.00 Miss Mattle 11vson. sal teacher rteoosllories and the State BankTt 'of ;
Work While You Sleep 1'. A. Northrop sal. teacher. 'ten No. in 8 H. r). No 2_ 5 00 Klsslmf. was designated .. .depository "I
',11* recovery to the Florida climate, as prayed most earnestly for guidance I'toh' No.. t*>._-.__.---_- 6.00Mii Mrs C. H. IO<'k..r. sal teacher. of the school funds '. r Th--i board '. ;
able"physician* had been unable to a* a pe'ople and a* a nation. Indigestion .. M.rtle Fletcher. saL teacher Sch No. U. 8 R I). No. !?_.._ 1600 fixed 'h- bond 'f 'the State.MJanK. .of. '. ." "
I. Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Rch No. $_--------- Bso P. J: FranVlln. sal t..ach..r..S..h. Klaatmrnee at $ .. ( ,:;
remedy hi* illness."Another A collection was taken in accordance Sallow Skin and Miserable M' s Katherin* Shadoan. saL teacherSch I No II 8 R. n No. S-_I.--- 1600 .. IO.OOQ.np' : \ : -*: }'",
,
i i.t nJones &p.ic'pointed
11.00 (ooloredV Ws 1'
Mrs. P J
: Franklin sat ;
,: of ,,>Jr. EberU's SOB U a. tvith the proclamation froiu th* Headac'he' come from a torpid. Uv.. MI. .Star No. Paisley 16-, sat-teacher, 'L, > Stt. No. 13. B S teacher- ".00 to be t..oh.r.of. SchoolNo.-f) ?.. ij'"
I the President for the needy In war-strick and clogged bowels which cause Aeh. No. 16 .: .*5. Mr :Phoda Lncos; ; D.af.o't: at Narcoossee. -' v-> .t'l
for ,
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operintendent l PrudentialUfa ;; your ..stomach to become filled with if'." 1\I.a Tyson- .aL-teacher. Sen. No. 1$. a S n No. 1. 500 The. board attreed' -. 'to 'lW": alt .
IDlUraDce' tn,' another en Europe. Phl'llrn ""Oil., supplies Sch. No fesrH rs attend'ntr the Flo<*idK' State t''
Company 8500
which and No !II .... ':
food fll -h. ;
. undigested Dour < -- -- --- Teacher ;
11 8 W n S_
'-_' ; saL teacher. No. ,_; IS.(0 Association at Are.ti.Ijbs
-'- A<. :Stat, .': d& The music was excellent, appropriate ferment like garbajo, fn a will Mrs. TJf-so-'de. 11.81 n. IS FranVlln labor Sch. No. sum 01 II each provided-a' eertIli
and in keeping with the occasion, barrel./That'* 'the first step to I Bch. No 11..___*.-teacher.- -4 U. n' an N.. s___:i__ i.50 .h1..C' membershlo ,Inth, .7, aa Hl.. i ,
:. Id'F'"y flr.1>, ssJ, M$ M. aIIm, .'
> ry Pherla-o sal teacher. be filed $ t',
' '
:,: [ ( and was in charge of a special choir untold misery _indigestion, foul *ell" W. 1------------- 11.0e ..,,. N n, 1*. a B. D No. 4_ BOO wthths.obrQ4perIfl.t.e4ent. : ? $
i !uNioNillANVJNGSRVlcScw $ ...,,'.' .aI. t.scbir.L'l. *; :
/| gases, bad breata, :yellow kin, ), 1':'.4a "oolittl.<< HPI-IO William. ....L teacher. ""-- committee apDofnted'en -
composed. of member from the,'**rtral ; mental fears -everything that i is "' 'v''' !*...:..._... -, 55.00. MI' ch. No It 8 a D..roi.4_.1 ".041 ire-esoane.* at HI.t.. e"-
I'I. MRV' ""da J.uC'." .& t..ct-.r, -. Lx-ssI Hay-, .. the
church choir ." 4'v' 1 bulldln" t1fll 1
.. :. (OD ) .. '. ." *', horrible and; nauseating.. .AjCas> ....... W... -t j.-( ......... 40.94 Itch. No. 1$. a a D. No. 4. Jo.00 biilldlns at at Klsilmmee. BU *and tb*
.., > .it. .., 1 i i : '.> -Clond report.
,
,, A- caret tonight;will tin ,-your constipated v.il V. v T">.rlso.. .aL r..e.tr.; SaViiMIn Carter trans .pupTla! they. wer. '
E'.t" u.&ln 1r'II'! raaDoa'i ",._..f'>gtn..i -_, 10. nore4 I t How Had They Beer .Rundiag bowel* .* thorough .;.clean '_ u-/...v....'-- I..'...._.'*..?:.' _. .*.;,*r ..1011 sch. NO. U. N. a I). N. *.:..! 10'oo ...7>.. .Tbe'having board Instructed plans prepared, MM etjSsJT"b

( with "-the '?"Fnt gotiifjri( toATev r ii matters," lag ,and:straighten yo.out''q: the ''nw. ...-...*_.'el _. <* *v', .. Eler!: Tates.IS trmn pupils.. .. Boh. mltt.e ttlt\****r*. blcla * ***.TTlr* **'\.,
ti. ;UfenaAoni; .lad 'In compliance : I v ,jWt ,. ..,N. 1f1.." 4._ Hrt. i o No. B. 8. D..N.X 1 d. .-....,. L'O dons. *
"'),; T 4 ; Pl.sldent 'Waison l Bldtthe.l( > bt.r"ancl* V' >' the, children1 morning.' ;,They .,work, while,' you ...:..... ,T......-,. -1 '..*.<.her ; . Mljs WHIan Prentls. snt teaeben ..' ,. "'here .**elns> ro"rfurtl> r'ltsi 'lli's.. tti ..' :
( .. :a ,, FooIamatJOIJ ,utCk sIeepI0Oet'; box! .frou your ...>,.' *7M. M 1W .leewI."X 'S.0S l lIIe1\. No' ?. 8. a ,D. No.. .i__ f.0. o-Adjourned t-nie..t"Oaa> '". l'JfA ,
.- \\P rriw'Tnim ,' th*. "o.JS *tW on their' f.et when ,UoyrecM V. .. ..'_wov ._"' .*.<'1'H) 5 Of *n\m MaMvviw. . Co.. supnlleSL. ' W C.' BA
, of .-dA: r ...' -' 11))" ..._. r- -- :11 11r. yOurdrugs.wUI.keep7o4.fIe1ag.gOOI l >H. "ps. *0. 'tT 'K'P-' *. ---::.W. IB.BO "1h N... ... 8..8. D. No,'_._ '.DO / ;;Attest! .c;.- s.tClia4rma k, .
i ,, .rt,At. ;!ii.. .of bIec1'.IJura'J.r.| *. t ... ).1. r !-, ;' '''''if 't ",. i ...': 1t4Alti'hmoa., .so.1. ..eacll!,:, L, IL: Wetherbee. repa.lra.. Sch.. I ,-*- .'Ua B.!:TOWELU 8laperlnt.......'.

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( ... + Chlcacd'A" uleniy'of;-P'ine'"Arts:; .i.1e ? BuS r her'fcilkHesa'ar. .The':Qusltty:, .... -..... :'l .-;" .;, '; :' ';. T ;
N\ .J ;e T '* fy, '-*- *-i naw4tlye gueit of" Miss Elisabeth, Store.): (C< W. Dann, Manager.) jr 'if"70 1 "
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; : : < : AqUman.i ",She' ekpects. to remain 'in ,Buy him "nice', NevkTie . ,.otf '..: .. ,
-i j a {f.at The I ij.
"'I'" S. A' T''U" ft" "O..A' ....' < -v' the :" easoh Store SI 'O' I"S' "
winter
I Soath.jdurtnr'the !
w. a"F". "..... ,.... ,\* andwill' then;return',to, Chicago( "to. Quality. . (C..;'r W\ Dann],, $.,) v Manager.)1 ; i'' ':/>"0.., ,. ; ; "'R"Y" ..
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.. 1'\,. continue her:studies. Miss Tracy'has:.a 7J.; ldaithi"of:Dougl.V.'Kai..waCnoted' ; 't" ; ':
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'\ CHANGEWe : "y : wide circle' of friends IQ .this ety'WboWill } : OB OB'Klsslniniee's:stn.ti; .*-M the* Nexti 1Q Qi: 1:0: Post, Office'

; :IS" ;:YOUR.JLAS'-r( :1 'ba pleased' \ "tb"Iearn'of' bse' arrival" early part"of the weekHe;;. registered . \ ,. ', ,
bpee . . .'.
; !of ; ''i' rear. at!.the Park. hotel ', :

..t" wilt'not :allow:'any,:duccunt after.Saturday; at Holiday the-'tft!Goods Shop,\*that'..' wlir- satisfy'. -A ::you(. Buy' him ".1 dQdkerc1iiefii; 'al* ;The : ,: ,. .t; ;,'QfJtrt miss'our excellent, .t ,., ,

( */ .D.cembc'rZ6. "s \:: 4, 1&., Quality;IStor.C..l\V.(. .Daan, ,- 'Min ,:, a1i1 ttJ! ingQfHo1i'day'Gifts; '' "
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'" 'bfr.'and Mrs. Coiner'left y4t.r= ager.) '- r*" z i l' ?. *. : ; "
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( day !for'Leeaburg fO'jpend the ..holidays' '
J": Have yea dikat Caristinai b, jut- t )littU'r .o... with their daughter, Mrs:',R.',O. R. B. Wallace and. wife, of Ch pln.' SOMETHINGjirfiipur" .

*'' .thaa one week ofi'oj : _> J * $, .* ") Bowden. | 'They motored as far':' ass Ill:, W'f. 'Sv nday cue.ta.at, the'Park 1" 4 : '
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stbckyfpr
; Hotel, while evferystocking. .
I ,viewing the'iijhts. ,the.. \ f'.. .
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Orlando .- .
,Wt kave'iCucfl: seleciJoa .f tfu. b .with Mr. and Mrs. A Cot.terman ,. ' a .
", ( ;: jbmt ) aad act ir city., '
., }"t' .. ', \ In' their ear}(and boarded 'the { : .- f Get ahead' of, "
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I Yo train,atthat point. Miss' Elsfe McCoskay C. E. .Denig, a well-known citizen ... '
,','. ,, Hew gloat sake DiaMond for HER dais Clrr t.a.7' .. was 'also a 'memter 'of the of Narcoossee, motored to Ktssimmeein :the. rush(1Come< ,'in'c'" ,: ts
*K Briag M year repair work. We fnar..Ua salufactioa.H auto arty: v.' WEy.ry his Pathfinder Saturday. .' -' \ t
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and,, '
: lady in town should see our Buy sister a pretty paIr''' of. High . '\ , ,
0. BROWN &> (iO. Inc. : EI.ctrle'lIl1. of house dresses, with Shoes-at The"Quality Store. '(C.; W. ,' 'make selections. I.
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.. specialadjustable features. F. ''H.: Dann Manager.) .1

'. SUCCESSORS TO CCLE JEWELRY CO. LAWSON. '". MK; and Mm.I, D. Parker and children I .- r. rr -

''" Jewelers and,Optometrists Mr. and 'Mrs. J. M. Wort tall of.' and the, former's. father David .CANDY!' CANDY! CANDY.. !.. '.
Zanesville, Ohio, were among the Parker have arrived from 'Braden- .
H. O. BROWN.Man* *
winter visitors spending Monday in;I vine, Pa, and have taken apartments During the past week: 'we received ..
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..0000..000..00'.0..0."' Kissimmee.,, They expressed themselves ; for the season at the Inn. They are '0'I over' 1000.pounds of '
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4 as surprised and pleased with I well pleased with the Sunny South
this( section of the and intendto that they will locate here. Xmas Candies, Chocolates,, . '
..........00.0..00.' .. ...... o'oo.... o.. p4000.000+440 return for longer country visit They I ./ Gum Drops/COr0I11CI8.Peo- "

: were returning from a visit with 'I,, Mr. and Mrs. ,R. E. McLaughlin of ,
1. Cocoanut ""
: nut Creams Jelly
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Before Buying Mother's aiYxTSister's M. Strait and daughter of Tampa, ,I Fort Drum were guests 'at the Manhattan .
Tuesday; while en route to Beans, Fudge, Mint.Don't "
Robert Robotham of Marysville,'I where the former for,
: '" Tampa goes fail to see those little'buckets ""' ''
: Christmas Pi'esentS Obi has arrived at the Osceola' medical treatment "

** Hotel,' where he has span; the past:I Pretty Handkerchiefs, in boxes at of Candy 'for. 10c. .,yi
six winters. ,His friend ,in the .

mt-. '..W" ', .See our New and Smart. Gowns. that- are city will not his return many with pleasure.Lid .:'}. Th.Manager.Quality) Store.. (C. W. Dann J i '. -, ....'\ Men Women and " I t.,!iSTORY'S -
Ghiljdren's
expects to be'joined by'other t A -
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; being ur.l.lata ...
( at an early date. Mr. and Mra. A. K. Gregg.formerly '.
of St. Cloud, are pleasantly locatedat "
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; 'fSOLD ATCOSTBeautiful Unusual Shop for unusual things the Franklin HouseTolr the season "
the Gift Shop. *
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C. P. Hansell of Cincinnati: Ohio \" ,
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f : Line of Coat Suits Selling is pleasantly located at the Westfall MORE BLOODED STOCK The shoe stock: 'is' now ,
; boarding house for the season and is -
enjoying his former friends : FOR EDJJEWATER FARM very complete. Over 350 ,
CostWe .
\ at i Aft kinds No advance in president '
Toys. A. B. Page of the Edge- pairs -'receivedund .
I \yere ,
at Gilbert's. ,
price &
water Farms Company, whose homeis ,
Have Prettiest: Assortment! of I, C. Davis of Grove City, Ohio is at Harrison N. J., has been spendIng added to our "already,

\ HAND EMBROIDERED LINEN prominent among the recent arrivalsin several days' at Edgewater withK. .. vt-- ,,..,.r.-" .;#..c'
: this city. He will spend the winterat . r large shoe stock thisweek. ;'
McPherson local manager for the I ,
the W stfall boardinghouse.Buy ( AC
: Ever Shown. in Kissimmee company. I
"""t.-? brother some Collars and Tiesat Mr.: Page I. enthusfastic over the .
Makes Ideal Christmas 'Presents' for The Quality Store. (C. W. Dann, outlook, and made tome large purchases -I -
"HER" HOPE BOX Manager.) of blooded stock for the'farms.
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A congenial auto party from Or- In company with Mr. McPherson. he I '
i Undo, who were Sunday guests at the visited the Duval County' Fair' at
# : : : Graystone Hotel included J. Low(I Jacksonville last Saturday where
.: :1; ,i Bon-Ton Hat Shop erin, E. II. Crux and Mr and Mrs.' they bought tw.ntytwo'regt.tered
Rbean. shorthorn cattle and nine head of
; BROADWAY .- grade cattle, the largest of the grade -
C. F. Outlaw of St. Cloud Fla., whois Next Door \to"Pos1''' Office
.J..,..... .... ..... ).t..... ,.'...'. ....... ... ..... . ...... a frequent visitor in Kissimmee, cows weighing.thre 1,100 registered pounds He DurocJersey'sows. ..t.oIPurchueci \ "
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called friends ber-.rriday. put .KISSIMMEE,) :
on :
.. . :! ... ....A. ..! i. ........ .. .. up at the',Manhattan hoteL, In>.addition. to 'these they have- .. FLORIDA'r.

: ,):ChristmasTimefRESENTS Buy her Fancy JSilk Bag at The carload of'cracle cattle, which a'j .: I PHONE 22 r." C -

: J.I. QQuality. Store. (C. W. Dann.. Man' previously. purchased and arc now ..
\ tg.r.) transit, and will be added to the herds I r. t. ... .' ,;. ,
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I .. PROBLEMs Send . S.. ' of the company in a short time,' I .
ITS CUT-GIVING.. f( tor ou. UY. W. E.:: Bishop and T. Way, prominent ,
: business men of Orlando 'were 'Three large silos have been built CUI .I.I: 'ADVERTISED',,LETTERS.:,,; Evs -MsrtIn. 'C. : :! .'
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:t luitratej Christmas catalog. It will solve\ problem i:.'l .;.ou.. "; ;
;.i, your "' her. Saturday ;,They.stopped.,at,, the the'farm this year, which are well filled \ List*of;:letters, advertised:bthe:, I Tornle More..:, ;I .
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this have We been ovwell .
Ne the history-of store prepared .
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; vermin ' :- Graystone.. "" ". aDd'With'oth.r forage which hasen' Kissimmee postof f for&\the .two. :".:.l.. E. Prescott.: ';I..: ,:-'-" "
'for the Chrutmas : ,- : -' ; : stored during tho fall, will give weeks ending Dee. "25, lI 16 ,. :-Mry.Mary
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t OITit: of Mrs. Hattie Denlaoa of Akron, ; ; :...........
J Being.members of Jewelers America, and the. official ,01 O'bOW winter resident. of St. 1 plenty:of feeding.to keep their stock Mra. M. Collins. Miss Mania! Whi Dpy., -" .

'-"Hall Mark'.'store for'T.mpa. K means Cloud was in the city several, hours through the winter. J.:Mi Hart f Mrs Savoni.West.J. .. "' ::1 P
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Wedn.ad She at the I Mra. Jennie Hearsion. .'K.. Wilson,: '' .
25 PER CENT Park Hotel.M. '. i tion. Take a dose of HERBINE in West Williams.
: all the "Hall Mark" Jewelry Silverware Cut Glass and Novelties Jemson. ,
on M. Stewart who 'connected such eases. The'Paln disappears In- .
F of their make. with the First National Bank of St stantly. The bowels operate speedily ..... Tha a...... TaatOaaalMf . ilfls.tn .. ....
I Drive Oat Malaria.Bond Up System _. lu toato see............ .1.AX&o: yviva
Cloud was in Kissimmee Saturday on and yon feel' tint, vigorous and cheer- re.r..ra.rr.
at0MGQe1LINY b.IMrl
.Bcckwith-Range.Jewelery Co. business. He stopped at the Gray ful. Price 60e. Sold by Osceola Phar TM0J4n1 TASTButaa cbiii BtmwtlMmisc TONIC,dr...toafe.oaxrwa .ort 0.1.1_ ...s .... sot .we ..no..e.rar .'

stone. I Imacy.I : W LrMc.rk". lebloo4.aa4"&Icb..UIeIlY 1'1MaL 111' .... ..?Bnwmbnvik &are .....IL". "" ,"I p .e'',"f..., .. ,
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;Mich.: ; and "granddaughter, Miss .-
z, Charlotte Milller. who are wint F-resir p
I ADDITIONAL LOCALS I dente'of Windemere, were among the r l

day.out-of-town shoppers in the city Mon-. ; Saift-a Claus SuggestsIc: 1

; Mra. 0: ,Marsh was herefrom St.
How about th.t. Xmas, Gift! You
"Cloud Monday. ,}ahopping. can get it at Gilbert' I. "ii,

Boy 0 should'see' our Suits at $7.60 E\ H. Moon and family of Battle i IiThat you come to our store and make'' a ,selection from our splendid t:, ).p'fS1; :

and$8.00. A 'good watch free with Creek. Mlc and Mrs. M. L. Smith of .
:each !UIL" FJ} H.....LAWSON.e Grand Lakto- Mich., spent sev rat lr stock of:Christmas goods. We carry SPECIAL gfits for men, 'wotrieriL:' : "

.-rir.: W. B.i, Wltharspoon, pastor of hours looking about the city Wednes. ,
Uf' ,the/ Presbyterian' church mad. a day. They made their headquarters and children, and, the prices are "at rachve. ;:' 'j' 11

business'.trip; : to..St. ,Cloud Monday. : at the Park' HotelDressed "J : ,

..''x ?LJirryMills and granddaughter, Dolls, also Doll Carts, ..tGUMrt' .
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.Miss Cecil Millar, of Maryville.: Ohio .. , 'HIM 'FOR'H I .;.}

,.havearrived In Kissimmee to spend J. W. Rosenberg of Medicine Hat, '

I*.I, .the winter.. Canada is here on a visit with hisbrotherinlaw Combs,' Brushes, :Manicure Sets.. lIi '\

+r1'.f ..to','Dr' Orlando,'".., k.".1D&d.:Monda a,..professional His daughter visit, Rosenberg If a, former F A. m ift64r d.ra.1'$ ?ties.. I 'xSaTety. ::' Razors; ShavingStrops Perfumes: ' ,>*;& 'jf *. ' .1: I .

'C" :Mra. E.J..Hicks accompanied him on spend 21st Pennsylvania the .winter; here Cavalry. He'will Cigars, Tobaccos, Toilej:: Waters: ; x '
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, 1 pleasure count'oc":"...mission.Commissioner, Young A well-established mercantile business iil Shaving. Brushes, I Fine.Soaps,Toilet 'i'. ''O!

for sale. Box 816, Kissimmee,
,' ,Tindall;:, a 'vieU-known citizen of Sets Luxuries Combs
Manicure .
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Sunday
Park spent
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E. W. Brown, president of the A.*P.A. '
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:Stopped at the.Crayatone. Toilet Articles Brushes andy .
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!of Florida and G. W. Allen secretary .' ; ? i ,
] John S. Jones and ,
Mr.: and sirs "
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of the Voluaia County Fair; weredistinguished Cameras. Stationery Etc.
daughter Miss Elizabeth, ;>f Spring ;visitors in the city last N -, .:

.field, Tenn.visited' in Kissimmee. Friday. They. w.re-'Irue.t.; of1 Mr. i
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; They left for Apopka '' WN
Monday: ) ,, and Mrs. -M. D.. Alexander at their \ ='

';;.l r"Kv.', .Home Mri;)'and ware Mrs an*the Win..fiulk.ofWinter; ity.'MohdayMr.. : : pretty cth. country- .,place.,:-., ,..just't / north" -.. of-the. ,:. We, have turned' *, our' store dii6..a'regnlar) ; "SantafClatis i Headquarters'M: : r
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"a': *\the' Tolk C"intl..lteeorL.t BaJj01!.. I Robert, Mrs r and,Mra.;Mrs.J:,Kr;IL..:!D-"Snodgraaay:and:sou and, ; *You" save
I 'f.!:?.r Jfr: and Hra.:PhD p\L.EdgaF were: )Ira. Amelia ,Edmonda arrived- \Monday v"j *- >; < >? ; -vV/ f % '

'<:* jnlnenr'among; the tourists spend- >from New.' '.'YoraL! "'Th "trfp'waa ; : WeareTJle;: > Csedtoshow'your. '' ; whatSfre'haye: =.vernow; '. .vecainterest"ypaSTOgE:: \ |:" lii .*
Kissimmeevthia "' i -- v.- ,; > ; & - 5 ( .. . ft *.
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,-.,' .7 vwe.1 k.::' ;Jlr.' ;Mrs: ,Edgar. .' .,from 1,866., miler being;:covered In sixteen :.. :It. -". '", -; : )ii '
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..".... .ilad.1phl';: dara....Tbe'party. are pleasantly located : .- ; : AAQ.'E r; 'fl' t::::!. ,!' -t'j : "' <.

_ /. ....M;;.,;, 'J $ 'Ji. ;O..tre.t..l_. Balnea :at .the". Inn,and axpattto': remainhera.during . ',.r, :: ',;' ' ... _.I I' 'iio; "'"
tht1'aeaeoBu' :Tbej'mayb.eome'petmsnent'citlzenti i' ;. t\ .. ill:-- -- ... '''-- ... .r',
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W. B. HJLJUUS ..< R.0.TANS AQNBW
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!,, ............. alat.elM = Little and :
One Copr. tone T..r ._____ ,1... .
On C.pj%.* Month ......_.__ ,aNt ... Twenty.acres three mile from IQssimmee and one mile! from raUroadstation; school .and, :z:: '
One Copr. Three Month _.__ ..71All well-settled neighborhood Land bed & .
church: on well-traveled" county road and free rural route; in ,
eon.....nlo Uon*>..c.pt. from 'ournlborlMd Stare I nearly level, has three-room house with 7 'acres in cultivation and set to citrus fruits'.of .various'I kinds,' ,1)) ,
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a '"oor..pe.d.ats> Company .
J .1 IJB.a brat.i. wn.*r. part in bearing: all fenced and good land. '
a R.|ctMl matt.....'U1's.t b. rctttrnodBio will sell for $1.500 and give most liberal 01. pay.. Fn'
aDd terms
{ **.-Jl.d (or.Bnt Owner does not live on the place 1 .
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t r., ( ......IB th. I o.tolTI.<> at Kl..lm- I. '
mew riot-Ala, ae .oond cl* matter.) Inside Limits ,. 'J.'
Little Earm City :
I TOYS A.T ALL PRICES '
; I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1916a Five acre good land. 4 acres m cultivation and fenced into four parts. One acre ha nice .tM ;

' \ I timber for fuel and make good pasture Splendid well-arranged six-room house; in good condition t'' .1 ,'t i

".d Now paddle for the STATE CAP- splendid porch in front and along one side of the house. Good well of pure soft.water. Good stable "

. ITOL'S removal to Kissimmee.t 1 DOLLSI -" and henhouse and yards. j .('1'o.Jo' ?

/" e This ii is a fine little home at the low price of 1500. Better get busy on this. It i ia a SNAP.. a;

!I ; dawn.Possibly Possibly we -are but crowing very : Improb-before I See. Quadty y Doodles family! in Window ; Cleaver Farm and Grove'- >''

r ably. Who wants to bet that the '.
r P rising sun several months hence will I Toy Books. Book for Boys. Girls and Adults. This place has 250 acres located one mile from station and five miles from Kissimmee: 40-() . 1

not .BULKHEAD written across M acres fenced hog tight and cleared. Bearing orange! grove of about 5 acres. Box house of 4 very JarI.I.' 1

a i 1 its facet Serving Tray. Baskets from Japan, the Parker Self-filling Fountain rooms; two porches, good stables, sheds corn bins etc. Some of the finest citrus land in the country: ; .

dark-gray soil with excellent chocolate subsoil. Cood place for grove and stock farm. '> ,.1
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WOULD AN EMBARGO BE JUST Pen. Conklin Non-leakablc t Fountain Pens. j Owned by a Northern man. who might exchange for property in Kansas or 'Missouri? Pricei: ;, 'J

It OR UNJUST Pictures. Vases, Diaries Pencil Sharpeners Bill Folds. Bill Books. _. $50 an acre. Favorable terms of'payinent.. This will make an excellent combination farm. ., ii. .J

Some newspapers and some public !! .
1 I 1 Farm
Peghorn
Nut Bowls. -
personages are advocating an embargo I Stationery .

:r on foodstuffs-meaning that Here we have 280 acres owned by an Ohio man who cannot come here and might exchange '. i
Booklets Boxes and Seals.
Line of Xmas Cards
food supplies to England, France, Complete for Northern property. It is located about one mile; from railway station 2/i] miles from good town ;:

,: Germany and other nations warring of about 2.500 people and only 6 years old; 8 miles from Kissimmee. the county seat of Osceola V

t, against the German-Austrian-nulgar.j I I ------ -----. county. Fla. Pleatant location; on fine county road and on telephone line good! school facilities '

' ian-Turkiah alliance should be for- TWO MICE AND A BULKHEAD.Two Stewart is his name-business manager - schoolhouse being about 200 yards from house on .the farm and one-quarter-mile from church. Good 1

: 1 bidden. Mice mlshappened into a Can 1 of the Florida Citrus 'Exchange. lands 6-room house; 2 acres bearing orange'!>ve and 4 acres young grapefruit grove j 20 j j
r. As an economic or commercial of Milk. We hope you noted "it. Lest you did acres cleared and very fine land. Sever* .homes within half mile of this property.located' between.twofXv.:: '7

measure, the proposition is to be condemned One Mouse was a Pessimist. He not, or lest you' forget it ifyou did large beautiful lakes; well protected; fine fishing and boating. Shooting in season. .. ,i

+, i both because It would be Inexpedient knew the smooth walls of his. Water read, it, is it quoted here. He made a Price. $50 per acre. Favorable terms of payment. Just the place for a fine combination-
F be shoe that fits foot when He said .
and because it would Prison were unscalable and he De that- your farm. 'a, 'w j

"! ;: of unjust the United to farmers States.and other producers spaired. He immediately saw that le made a shoe that fits your foot 11 Lakeview Farm and Grove; .f'
t Death had called for a Permanent when he said that.-
f4 As a measure of relief fail'naBEers to American Visit. So he refused to Paddle for The average farmer always is a One hundred and twenty-seven acres above Government survey and about 80 acres pasture' i. 1;

: I co nsu mCAUSE it would be a his Life and gave up all Hope and WHOLESALE SELLER and a RE- land (known as riparian-rights land) going with the farm free to purchaser. Land joins the large'' '! ,

r ,'" THE IT WOULD NOT REMEDY HIGH soon thereafter also gave up the TAIL BUYER.Let lake for nearly half mile and extends to the county road. This i.i some of the 'very finest'and best land I.;,,' i1

n REAL CAUSE OF [Ghost. that sink into your brain cellsa in Florida, and could be made the foundation of a fortune growing citrus fruits, vegetables and stock. _

PRICES FOR FOOD. :' The other: Mouse was an Optimist.He while. Let it permeate your whole ._ Seven acres bearing grove and a fine lot of young nursery trees. Some of the richest hammock land and .; 'I
of law it would be
As a matter noted that he was about to have a system clear down to the end of your the prettiest jungle: in Florida. Can run in launch from this land to town on Lake Tohopekaliga. and l
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t, to the principles, if not the
contrary heart-to-heart Conversation with big toes. If the virus of Mr. Stew- have finest of boating and fishing.Price #
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,, letter of international law. _;
' # these I I Death. art's remark gets into your feet, it $12,700'on most_ favorable terms of payment. This is a farm"worth investigating. )
y' It is not purposed to discuss ,
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", I! lie'also Knew he could not get out, may cause you to "get a move on' "
k phases in this article. Another time Stock Farm
;l but he Hoped he would. lie Knew HaI I i ii ,
for them. Attention to mother phase
;;':1 has precedence here-that of common !!I' was a Goner, but he Hoped Some- ; UFE-OR-DEATH POLITICS. Six hundred acres joining a pretty lake; fenced into two pastures each joining the lake. Fin.prairie -' 1:

,,.;.1 morality. thing would kindly intervene and The result of-tho elec- pasture, excepting about 100 acres higher land most of which is good for oranges. Churchon .. ;
1 transform him into a Comer. He : presidential farm school mile good neighboihood.. Owner "sill." We ; ';
; Moral should take precedence over tion was a very grave matter with ; one-quarter ; says want to show'you. : r f

technicalities in deciding public ques- |I! Paddled.He could hear Davy Jones's Locker William Cluster, 18 years old, and this property and-the surrounding country. ;.S' > Ug

tlons as well as private affairs. This j I creaking open for his Bonos. Nevertheless !I living at Wellsville ltHe: did all i J [ PLENTY BARGAINS 'OF VARIOUS KINDS. FREE BOOKLET TO ANYONE WANTING IT, .

w,. is as true in international war as it is I j I I he Padded Hopefully around ho could to elect Hughes. Then he i
In domestic problem's-whether these I I hot himself to death when he learned
; be cT war or I hand|,I around. of Wilson's election. I ;
peace.
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He continued to trust Hopefully Nelson :
In deciding the question of embargo that Something would save him, !I Andrew Lindberg of Chicago took Realty Company ::. ,

4 &, or no embargo, the moral phase though, he knew it would be Other I I the Chicago Tribune and the election .

I\:; should have potential influence.. j I I wile. Yet he Paddled and Paddled ,' seriously. He owned a small grocery KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ;
J.
.t t Is the United.States supplying the .and Paddled and Paddled. tore, and the Tribune's yarns, about] Y

immoral thews of sustenance cause-to And>sj; attack burglariousand to an !I',,Something Lol, presently Firm!his* feet, rested on worried calamity Lindberg unless Hughes into a frenzy.was elected. He,; 1IIIIIiIIIi1Ii1IIIMIi,1II' ' ' '.tIIIIYI1IIIIIIl.r' , , , J

murderous alliance which is did not know ,
wag the Tribune' frothing "
,big needless and unholy war? I I His Optimistic Paddling had ,,at the mouth Businesspolitics. -' . 1t ,,..- --i j;
was only Big I "
Churned the. Mil into a. Mound of ...U.. .... . .. .... .. -
'If,"so-put onn. an embargo. The Butter.. I So, Friday; night' ,,.when Wil I ed on illuminating gas and asphyxiated '. &

man who supplies weapons to Remnant of the Milk afforded son's.. election""became, 'certain. he turn- . himself.. .
lar to murderer oth a.bura-.I 1]: The. ... .
or a I car Classified
'I Sustenance for him until a Cool Snapso lu. Advertisements : I
him thereby becomes .an accomplice, !
and )subject to.punishment. -accord'ing -i!; hardened the Butter(tbat'he'wall info ..A.."fr,.0. .o....0 ..0...*9..o..i. .*.'S 0>..6660601 .
enable 'to leap therefrom and' _
i '' to law and'to morals. T .. ( y .. ,, . . .. . .
; This rule of equity safety forT freedom. S. S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND l SELLS REAL ESTATE- .yV..D.e..o t .
So have t.ie Optimists in Klsslm- .FOR SALE-Fine upright piano; a FOR SALE-40 acres of finest'cru -
la rule of equity or safety for '
mee Paddled and Paddled and Pad- bargain for cash; also other piecesof land situated in orange county '
; p-
society should apply also to international dled,and Paddled until now their Feet A SPECIAL ATTRACTION Is 700 acres of HIGH-CLASS CIT- furniture. Call at 108 Clyde Av. best lake protection. Will be sold'
it does ,
robbery or murder as are resting on a Bulkhead.The I RUS LAND southeast of Big Lake Apopka and near brick road.. in 10 or 20-acre plots or as a whole; \
to personal robbery or murt'er.Are WANTED-Room for storage with ,
s .the Entente Allies (English, Pessimists T Put nameless This land has TWO MILES OF LAKE SHORE. Its 8ftDH'7.etc. permanent resident; must be dry Price reasonable interested, inquire ,

etc.))international burglars and murderers headstone.-to--4 LM MV their W .-watery rm-- graves. ., make It ideal for country hontra. and rent reasonable. Adress 108 age. Lupfer A: Prather, Ford Gar-; :

e '' ?' Cut off their supplies if they Clyde avenue.DWELLINGS . 51U't i 1
j offoodstuff A SHOE; FOR FARMER'S' FOOT. Will sell all or part. ,- i {

are. Put on but an embargo other supplies-npt only also. I Say Mr. Farmer-We hope you 1, Also first-class building Iota In Orlando and Apopka. for rent, apply to M. FOR SATE-A quarter auction' of
*, on Tiller. land near Fort Drum. :
read that news article in last week's Will trad**. M
i Who shall decide the right and Valley Gazette (page 1)) about a ORLANDO OFFICE: In Orlando Bank and Trust Company for pioperty in vicinity of Klslllm.1'
,' wrong of this question? The Valley meeting held by Kissimmee citrus FOR SALE-One -drawer Cabinet Kissimmee, Fla. "Bl-tT' '
Gazette writer decided it for himself growers.A' Building. National Cash Register, one Burroughs -

i' long ago. He was position where gospel speaker truth at that that applies meeting to uttered a KISSIMMEE OFFICE: In Griffin's Garage, 8.12 Pomlel Ave. Adding Machine, one large FOR SALE (-by owner)-Five-"' i'
Informative you- Iron Safe, one 26-horsepowcr Ferro
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all
;. he had access to possible 9 room bungalow; close in. Inqolrew :'
F literature from both sides when whether you farm fruit, flax or frogs. 00046001HOLIDAY-. .. "frofr Op ......no oo.a e..oe.e *.o. .o.. Engine, two 6-horsepower Gray atFord's Barber Shop, 14 Broad- .

i ; Europe's Greatest War began-and -- -,-- I Meters; one Naphtha Launch one way. '.Gl- '
' r for aomo time afterwards. Despite pair Counter Scales, four oil tanks r -

his personal sympathies were mildly ., one pair..Trucks, 'one Office Chair, FOR SALE-Two-room house and"_T 1;>
r ,','t pro-German and pro-Irish, as against \ "one lot Sheeting, two fresh Milch ; -
lots fi0x150 feet, for 600;' tots air ',
: the EngUah, be became convinced that BARGAINSAT CoW All Cheap for cash. ROSS $60 each; on West Emm.tt Street,' "
h and QRA V S. 45tfFOR .
the German, cause was unjust just outside of city C. Celts,.own i
a thatu.thV'VAnglo-Franco-Russo l cause L er, now livlnaon 61.8tp&y
SALE-Two horses; to be displaced property \
was'ititr 1
'g, d ,.. by auto truck. Call at Kis- ft
Bst"jfrnsV i man's personal opinion
) FOR RENT. ,
saimmee Ice Plant. 47-tf r. :
; should\vejgh' as a feather in so max .. '. !'
j C.AWSONlS.SfTORE PRETTY 6-ROOM HOUSED ; -
mentoot' question. A more potent GENERAL FARMING is profitable con- '
fact.fsgslrst; the German cause was i venient and 'home-like; fruits and!
fn
Florida. To know Florida's
..i . pos- flowers *
; on Mabbette "street. Also"4room ,
w
t? that foudd'in the attitude of the Germans " '9""" : '. for live stock and poultry

1' M' VtherriWves.The.Valley .' Hand-Paiated Cop cad Saucers, pair .25 Boys. Suits at $7.50 to $8, WITH TIGER.HandPai.G4 fSOLUWATCH raising, dairying, fruit and truck Realty Co.house. In' Pinedale.' .Nelson. -'If!'j.
Gazette writer though read the Florida ,
growing, Farmer
a.o"aI Seta 6 $Z.50 -
pcs. ..' FREE. .
oIIjW.
k+ reared'In Florida lived in Chicago : $ and Homeseeker. Six months' trial
Haid-Painted Tea Sets_______ 2JO LOST-Pair, '
-wha.U. War Mote .I'Old-rlmmed. spectacles,,
r' : Greatest began. Nice Ragsv. _..'_i____ _____ 4.00 ., subscription, 25 cents. Sample copy nf ,
about Nov. '
h 20. -
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Radiator Bill 'WI1J
1 i: 'thair>*25,000 Germans live in that llaad-Paiattd Salad Bowls ....____ _%2SThreepiece i free" Address Florida Farmer and ,

"dty;?..The writer knew several hundred ?. Sharks Tea Set-._.___ .75 Hats .Cellar ,Boxes_.._fc__..I..:y___ ___ 5.00 i Home\eeker. Box 360, Jacksonville, pay $2.60 reward U they-are left. .at.,

r,. ,ef them. Sevea-Piece Nut Set --___________ .50 Infant's Sweater, Cap cad Bootee_ 1.50 \ Fla. 52-tf Valley Gasette. j 7' ..**' .. "t
t* + Scarcely more than a dozen of these and -
'.eYt raI. hundred AT THAT TIME Twenty-one-piece Child's Tea S.t1.50 Men's President,3nipe.ders-------- FOR'SA.LE-A quarter section of FINE LITTLE HOME-rNlcelrfnrn--; i

SterHar Silver Toilet Sets_____,__ 5.00 Ished and well located*- .)' block ..
one
uaw ailed v to blame the German Kaiser M. Leader Belts JO land near Fort Drum. Will trade ; .
forth war. Nearly all of these sev- M..'. Faacy Neck Ties ___________ ,50 Shoesatv eD -------------- j jMeai's for property in vicinity of Kissim from the. Court-house Square,. east' .

"'oralhundred Germans :wanted to.. see Mea's cod Ladies' Silk Hose_______ .50. ." 'Leather Animator Belts_______ 1JO mee, Fla. CHAS. ANDERSON, front,. large lot, built for comfort O :.' '

t \:;the kalser dethroned and the war Mem's aad Ladles' Silk Lisle HOM.ZS" CBT{,Bottoms ____a_____________ JS Kissimmee, Fla. 52-tf and convehience, and rented.to-pay"': Ii?'
., victorious' over 10 per cent Intere.t-o& price
i. wanted
.' ... ti stopped. They Germany Meat's cad Ladies' Leather Pones: aad Tie Clasp, eaci, lOc to.._____-___--' .zs FOR SALE-White! asked. NELSON REALTY"COM- '
Leghorn
!r' ; its enemies, of coursewhether. settings -
; over ____________________..so allPrices '
Hand
Bags .t' %.00 SAM LUPFER. Phone PANY. / '
Fobs . ____ 222. t"
K'R \ :rlghl or wrong, but they Watch 25c I _..___ .A1 100. .:: ,
: : knewf:where the fault was. and butI' Hair Brashes, each, 50c 10_ ..._____ >1.50 = _- 10.00'f' 52tiWANTEDThroe -
; ;Overcoats, __ TO
-- -- ---- EXCHANGE-i-Motor-bont: .;i. ,
1' 'i-f.w.flf-thera: hesitated to admit it AT Lsufiw'Jewelry Case. .?...._.*.._;. 'JO ,* > %" jr T : horse power) fo* dairy cawOrI w( -
.. Rsiaeoats.L.. .... _. 6.00 .o .four unfurnished ..,
became ..i .-. ----- will *"
.TH4T1TIME-before 'they\ sell. "
...... Handkerchiefs each, Sc te_ .25 ; ; : Eng ia in first-class eondi.
agd. .,embittered. Few of : fB Blouse atLi..r. .. o rooms by. Jan., J/1917' ; central tion. Mrt E. E. Wells-H)4 PoztieF' ',
roorsj' .
HMdkeixhief- ? =
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& MSB'S lJi. ._. .25 y ; ---w .
.G.rmaas ) ; ? . location; ,must:be.:,reasonable; per avenue. Telephone.241tf.Jiy: : LLOSTVbn
tben; h.d.haysh'words'for:
',Mersa S3k. Haadlerthief, at"I BeyslShirts'at( -. tnaaenti. Addrels Max ''P.- Monty .
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antagonists.;; Their crIUdam.wee ..forfths ; \r" ... : ur ,, Emmett street'nesaao& '
'HO S. Delaware Ave / jS-v
'c ;.Raiser. '(Most.def.nd--evens'of' them.,got the so- ;A,BOX:OF 1INEN COLLARS,MAEES'A USEFUL Q\T; ASTY CttRttTMASGIFT: ; Mt.STOR* IS THE. TamJl&62- avenue.on the, night of ',Nov* 26'jsfc1- ,

.Qkey'would'' .THE.ONLY.LINEN COLIAR81N KISSIMMEE THAT. HAVE '-LINEN? FOR RENT.-Two' cottages: one, of llack-wool knitted lsearf.'Finde .
COLLAR STORE.--1'SELL .
LINEW ..1.
thd" war.pro.reaMd.) ') .
'f Kaibef as : them, 'eeptonally pretty land Please, leave at the
p..V COLLARS. \r i | ,. : ;!
: .is'nnhesitatinrly/saldihatjwlbargo ; .i:. STAMPED ON'THEM/..THEY COST:LE5S. THAN DfFEKlOR : ;
;: TW sjforerit: ..ri.h 1 oj homo-like, big yard and pretty'lflowrs XRS.-D. c:.: "auettef4': .
:
: 'is Indefensible from '.' f "' -.. u..n. ....... .. i_., *. ?..- .- "'fci- "- '*&. v 1 ' !;. .: .,
.. ornamental' :'jsbrtibbery "
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V II'sJMnilfilnl .I legal; or moral' angles : : 1 t:= .LI ', 'I .A'S'\ .N }; prices taita reasonable. rNELSON; STRAYEI IA"hatf-shetiand;. *f." n>pr '. ,

':to ''do ,with the ., v'f. t : Y."L. ; i REAJPTY'COMPANY.f .e ; .b'areolorwliite left .
yfi away . t. "' 1 i spot- a: .sswi V:. : .
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'. r, :X, .and\ specalators; 'on this aide :"'." "i. WA.i ...:.k'" ';of' :"" >f, .... .,. I - r-- .s "\ ; ,r o'er.' l1nder will be paid.
of' . f*. >K Tt fL *-0* _l '"' fr; ., Y rr/Ztr'\; ; 't1'J..%\ A '' . .':..,1h-Hf,? :r.tk. ,@H.' .. ',''t C'. n 4 1 n j i i FOR. ,SALE-i" <3ood Jerseys i cowandtf I'' ; Mrs,,Sargeni:" >i P4wIa' MY..IV:
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;'FRIDAY/DECEMBER, 15,,:1.W 'T-:E1+ 'KISSIMMEK. -yAL'LBT4C'AZBTTB. \ V_, ;,_ _ .,' ,'AGEt: ;.;t

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vela KISSIMMEE PALLET GAZETTE.I .Rave-:,rod.visited l the cut: ;Shop t, :* .1*,W'-(Hurt-: ; and. 'F.K' :'Walkel.mj J :I[', E.; Bi M n rrit. of' Orange :,Center was
,, % 4.- .I t Mir' \\I.1oJ14'. :. ,' newt cltiaene'of Bartow,. who arts tz-e.'t Jn, the city yesterday looking after
(Teteea.M pr*> it.) John D. Orin and wife of Elsie recia
<]uent visltors la-, Kissimmee.. were '.business mattere..Mr-Moerey, : states e ear ei
Every Frlday"By Mieh : i
1Pnbltahed' tegistered"a:
f'w..anra \ the Manhattan .
j1 -i-?< /, guests at ;the''' iaoh.ttagwonda1''Idle i hat the Outlook Is encouraging forgood ? ,
: :; .m: 0.. vlrtaipeio4MEMBER Tuesday, while spending'some time inKisslmmee. : looking after b tn Interests., : business' f that place this winter;

.. .. !three: new''settlers ,having. ') catedthere'
,4%; W.;,,.'Hill 'of. Narcooseewho .hail dnrnfg ;week*. A.,;C. ' aJ : excellent
: Ebeast : \ ; > patronage we:
thing more acceptable; to a lady beep spending .several weeks at empsoh""oCanada'"Philili' ESgaf.of j.: 'T' .f.r :
for an.Xmai gift'than some of Hud- French Lick Springs, Ind... registered", ,
I , 1 1I Baltimore and 1? Harrison New hat' year
nut's q. have for the past .
daU&bUqI..ToUet: Preparations.CORNERDRUG .- I Tuesday atthe Graystone. ,, while, ej* ; ,
: STORE. .i' rout forv hWhomeMrs. .' >"Ji ) : : **
;( I prop-erty' .
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.Adah.' Louise 'Slmp.on"ret iea \ rurnedf .* .'\. ( if., anawpleage 'Qurntit eneri.Yin
ll ,C.Prevtt..baaj., : *on>es. > I;. ,y ,, ; : : :
I home last night for the holidays. She Wnterk where, she, has
rom; Hanna '
has'been' attending"the"1 Falrmount ,Veen.jthe guest- of' her, ton,,..JenningsPrevatt F''Fifteen.,hundred'j'pounds 'of.'Candiel. fighting! for:: lower: prices:?? With ""raiv:
LimitProininent" . ;
College, Monteagle, Tenn. :3ust received at the Dollar '. . ' *" F ,
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gsrAre pRE S Fine. line of.Cigars/.Crgarettes: and I See Dr.<,Davis' for;glaseer for headache ; men*wro.aJ'e, '' interested d'bumble' pride ,-we feel' i(that, 'our INDEPENDENT ,
Tobaccos in Christmas package. They, eye strain, or: poor vision. .At in South Florida and traveling in -private I
please a" man., .At CORNER DRUG! Lincoln house from Dec., 20 to Jan. 20.'I car Were(;'C,.Downing and Albert methods ;hate saved:" :the '

f.. .. '. STORE. ...* Eyes tested free.- Fifteen years'' ex- ,,Fendig ,of :Brunswick Ga, Thomas
.oW .tI ... ..u Willian Nilson Is'spending the winter -!I periecne.. 522tHr. ,Wilson of Sumter, -.8. C. and W. c.
Powell of Jacksonville.; They spent people here dollars and''we'guar-
here from Cincinnati, Ohio.He and Mrs. C. G.' Ward, of Louisville many. ,
fWeather I Report is a regular visitor in Kissimmee and Ky., were prominent among the several hours here Saturday -and
made their headquarters at the Gray antes continue
makes his headquarters at the West. tourists spending Monday in looking to

fall. l boarding house. about the city They stopped at the none. ?

Following aredall' ,. Fifteen hundred pounds Candies-! Grayetone. Mixed Candies, 15 oents a pound, at THE PRICE MAKERS..*"
( tempera- .. .
1'tares and precipitAtlonl' al re- box and bulk goods-Just opened up I Do not fail to note. the bargains F. the' Dollar Limit M, .

ported 1.7.Government station at the Dollar Limit. I H. Lawson advertises on:page 6. *'I B. E. -Evans. some days "ago made SAINT NICK' -: .'. '"tSc" ,f"-..
Kissimmee for the week endIng .
at who' Is' here from one of his agricultural. visits to WhIt- .
J F. O'Berry, Orden the ClrWmai'Offering
following prices aa a ,
Thursday,.Nov. 80; Rodman, motored to Winter Garden Harry TH., Deyoreo left Jacksonville) !Ier,anet Bassenger. At present-he Is I .

u Max. Mm. Rain '. Thursday to Inspect his orange grove lasb_ Monday for polorado Springs, seriously ill at his. horn in Kissim 12Ibi.GnrolatedSi, -r.**..,.._-----__---__._,_..:..;__.-r, ;:; r-..-I.O. ( ?

; ; ,Monday __' ___ 73 04 there. He was accompanied by his where.he will enter the Woodmen aan- Best Creamery: Butter,, Ib.-.----.:-...-------.-,__.:_-____..._..i.: ;; -" AD' '.

;! ;. Tuesday\ ?_> '-__.. 78 '60 daughter'. Mrs. II. O. Aultman." and itarium for medical treatment. mee.Mrs.. J. Allie Wells of Orlandp -spent 7441. sack Self-rising' near--__-__-1_-___.. .-,---.____j__jll24Ih. ::I S I.t

Wednesday ___- 75-78 67Thursday 67 Mrs' R. B. Savage and Miss Adah] Miss Lena Lord is offering for sale Wednesday the guest of her son, Roy >>. Jack' Pillsbury Flour,._____-_____.._ __-li.l: .;:._.....,:.: .__, 'Il424&'iack :

; ; Friday ..._,-_.-. 73 66 Tracy of Chicago, whp is here as the the stock and fixtures, of the a Woman's A. 'WellsJ, who is the proprietor of ,plain Biscuit Hour_______________-JLL_.:_<:.- .----_,, 125'. ''-
guest of r lilies Elizabeth Aultman. Exchange.!: This has been steadily- the Gift Shop in the J. M. Willsonbuilding
Saturday ._- ''60. 87 growing business since it was startedtwo on Darlington avenue, 3''cans Tomatoes ..._,._.__.___'____-___.,-_-_______..__,,-__..*_. :..25',

Sunday 4.' -r- 70 89 I Select your Christmas box of"Jacob's" i years ago and Is now paying : 3 pLgSt, Pancake Flour ._...___.' ..'.__.______-____.._:._...-_.._-L.;. :.. .::.i2&Nk .
NOW. We, can suit you. J. ..Richards .and returned .
...... .,....... '.. .'.. ...... .' _....' 0.. ...... CORNER'J>RUCSTORE: -; '-*- H i well but-'may-be'-had-at-a:\ 'v ,ry:Iow .Sunday Jt, .from Luzon family: .Ark, where ::"l: .Preserved ''Firs,.-..-":."_:'yv-J.:,.__- :y._:tei..--'i..*_iifHJ:..:_!.??SOTi....,yaftasujSa..,' .;, ...>.a.=.lsft.:. ;. '$:r' "w
m figure if taken'at once.,as Miss Lord ...:_ ....:.. ,:.10
been visiting friends and I !NV T Grated Pineapple,.. :: i-.
JPJre! Insurance. See A. E. Drought.For'Sal.Ilorsos Mrs. D. D. Blenin and her daughter 'For they have -* ------------------- ? -

: from Detroit, Mich., are the guests of has other, call plans'at in the view.Woman's particulars Ex-- i relatives.. . J
.ponies. J. W. ,Miller mules and Shetland tf Mrs. Blenin's parents, Mr, and. Mrs. change. E. ft. Miller,, of Binghampton. ,-WTn : Premier Salad| Dressing' .... ....__....-----.------=_-.:.___...,_' __.',10cand" .25e

"W. H. Durrance and W. J. Belln W. B. Makinsoa. one of our regular winter,; residentsIn hare Sngar Candies, '1b..1...__\ ---....------- ..---... ":--": -_....; >20
P. E. Green of Birmingham, Ala:, the city-is again enjoying Florida. 6 .. Biscuits ... .:___ _ ... . . ..2STaylor's _
who; are prominent business men of F. Whitthorne, traveling representative guest ot friends in Kissimmee PKf vDVvQA *. yf "':- -------- n*'*-- T"p wn ..,,
Fort'Mead,.spent Tuesday here. They of the Jacksonville Tinrwss- was this week.a . sunshine. He is a guest at the Westfall B pVfS. Takoma Biscuits -,.-_---------.:-..--...--*..---::--.__._..-- :iS.
registered at the Graystone. | Union, was- in the city Monday in the boarding house. PICKLES, OLIVES JAMS, ETC., AT THE't
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interest of his newspaper. lie regis- I W. H. Yaes and W. H. Miller of Lieut J. B. StefTe left Friday
Quality, first, last and all the time
Wred at the Graystona. Unoin Springs, N. Y., were winter night for a business trip to 'It mtuck,.
4t
for our Hot Chocolate, Tomato! and 1la t visitors here looking about the city : i.gJli: ::JPtri.ce
Clam Bouillon. At CORNER DRUG C. B. Johnson of Jacksonville, was The bicycle with the red sign will
STORE. I visitor in Kissimmee Monday, look-: Saturday. They: made their headquarters bring it in a hurry. CORNER DRUG
at the Park Hotel. :
Ing after business interests. lIe stop j STORE. Phone 297: '
Mrs. W. S. Potter of Lafayette, : CashCroeery'
IndVis in the city for a Sew days an 4. ped at the Manhattan Hotel. I I Sir William Mullock of Toronto, D. L. Stone arrived Wednesday .

while here is stopping at. the Gray- I Mrs. F. B. Smalley of Newark, N. Canada, and Capt. Harry Hunter, who from his home in McDonough, Ga., x4
.'stone. |j., was a recent! guest in the city and' is president of the Hunter Land Com- and will'' be a guest at the Westfalt -- -

Manicure spent several days lookIng at real- pany, are expected to arrive in Klsi boarding house for the season.J. Col.l: T.: J. Watkins, a capitalist add i Manhattan .hotel 'Saturday: while" ,via-, }
andToliet'.cases "
French .Ivory sets I
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estate propositions In.thl. vicinity. i simmee Saturday. Both_ gentlemen noted orange grower of Orlando and I ting in the city., v"t
at the CORNER DRUG the1 J. Searls and wile of Rockford
regular win
j J. M. White of Moultrie, Ga., who i. prominent among 111., tourists who several Ortuijf* county, with'Mr. and Mrs. D. '
"STORE.. ter visitors here who have identl .,dtbem.elves were spent well-known. John A. McCarthy and,C.,.El,Cart-.,
N. Corbet who
+ various cities in Florida, are -
visiting the here in the early of this
days part
business ,,
interests'of men' St.
C.-H. Armstrong, president and with the tens also'of that city motored to Kis son, well known business of
"' general 1 manager of the S. F.. &; G. 1 was. a White recent guest of Kissimmee.Mrs. of) his sister.- MissD the city as. well as-the social circles.. week. They.made their headquartersat . simmee Monday for the day. They Cloud :who frequently visitour: city,. M !t
L. i the Manhattan hotel. "
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railroad with headquarters at 'I Their arrvial: is I pleasurably. antici- were dinner guests at', the Graystone? motored over here for. several'hours,
PralrievUle, spent Tuesday and J. B. Reese is visiting relativesin pated J by>> the'membere: of the Country Buy sister H Hair Bow'Ribbon at last Fri U'. "

Wednesday: in the city-In the interestof Geoigfa'and North Carolina. She Club, in which organization they are The Quality Store. (C. W._..Danrt :X S. Provart and wife of Marion '

his company.. |pr bably"- will'. be .away, .. several. .weeks. ,I active, and by a host of friends. Manager.! , ) , ,Ill, mad their headquarters' at the Other local 'tiews. on"pagp,5-," ,.. #

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.. '. .. They have* got a carnival\ down, tribution of .the seals is. now.''under'' 'y.:-
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: town. It is a regular skin ..m. from I way.
(Continued From,Page One.), *. start to finish. The soldiers.have got (Continued from Pap 4)Three ) The Bed Cross, (Christmas seal :for :
The of the world tired of being,beaten out of .their I \ 1018 was designed .fty :T. M;'Cleland I.
: usual, the Second Florida 'came outvictorious I I Santa :
eyes, money; so' they have started taking hundred 'million Red Cross of New. York dtyt' shows a .I'
to. the tone of 15 to.0-
everything they: want. The authoritieshave Claus in red on a great background '
Christmas seals have been in
after a hard-foufflit..m.. The Sc- 'had.to put'a guard to keep printed. with a pack on his back, bearing a red .l"
the Who ond Missouri. team things quiet. Cincinnati for the annual holiday cross. The letting "A 'Merry Christ
are on manSAVES to,4t.thgame campaign to"conducted ''tinder the .. .
around here up : ..ter. Well I will do... Don't get:worried mas" and "A. Happy New Year" U I
the'' American :Red ''
day.< It had been beaten in joint auspices' .i
II'i << one game if dont write often. I am in good carried vertically up and dewn t.h.I\
Cross and the National Association \
only. It played :tfainat this First health and feeling fine.. While It fs as sides of the .seal while the data and t. ..,
for the and Prevention of Tu '
Study .
4 Texas We are scheduled to meet its cold, if not colder; here than at home the words ..Am.riean.Red Cross '*re"
i boys In the near future.I we don't feet it as bad, for W4 are berculosis. across \the bottom of the saL' The
have been on special detail for getting used to It. It doer not isnow The campaign, for the sal of :Red poster effect. given! by this, :seal',ia
0 1 Cross seals this will be larger '
the last week. We are wailing in the year
her. often. With lots of love to 'aiLIRA. very striking and makes an unusuallyhandsome
mesa halls ....in.t'the cold weather. than *vr before Although In. 1910 '
design.
Th regiment left this morning for the sale reached the record total of :. t..f:
80,000,000 seals bringing in 800000. w'
the rang for skirmish practice How Words In The Bible tl
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about nine miles from here. It has Laredo Texas, Dec. 1. It is expected that this year at least I The English language contaii '' .'' ..iI
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Dear Sis: 100,000,000 seals-or $1,000,000 worth, '
just grot back about 7 o'clock. Company 200,000'words.. Shakespeare \!
for B pulled down the honors-209 Well I guess you think I have for- will be sold. The sale will be organized I some c ;
moment .
a man used Bacon 11,000, Milton --J
young 21,000
PAUSE I don't write much. It ; Kr
hits at figures out of 740 shots, gotten you as from Alaska to the Canal' Zone
prone words the :.
: a thought to self. The making nearly a third of the shots. is that there is so little to tell thatit I and from Hawaii to Porto Rico. Every 7000. How! many does -'.{. .

That is the best' that ever has been is all I can do to sit down and. pineor.le I State .and Territory in the United Bible use v e't.t..
problems that confront out one letter. States will have seals sale. New """ '..
you now or done on that range-regulars and all. on _. "Ml** Cored In tf ia 14 Day
So you see, even If we are all tired There is quite a bunch of our fel- organizations will be working in a Vo r diturgtet will' reload none* H PALO. '
hence.
will few
a years I of. army life and this place we are lows joining ttte regulars for foreign number of Western States including OINTMENT BlindBleedlnporrTotntdlna-Pile lallaVo cure ...ye.,.in. of tol4o Itchln y*....:
still fighting for the reputation of the 'service. They are offering quite some Montana Utah and Wyoming.' Dis The ant pplfcattoa (lvc HaM and Keat. Oa.: .;d, eo4Widoau

'Look about yon-the mea of affairs in country, state, nation- State and good old Kissimmee.We I I inducements. '1'hey'pay' your way ---- ----- --- - -- -
; yes, in tt* world, are tbs men who started to save early in life. have not been beaten at anything home, allowing thirty days' furlough )
ry ... I we have started-drill, music, and $16 a month and 25 cents a day ""
They have the respect and confidence of the comlllaD tJ. football, baseball, wrestling. or any- .for food. They give all the clothing t

thing of that kind. |allowance) that is left in the militia ,'.
Then look on the ether side-at the'fellows who spend all they I[ I don't know if I told you about the .I starting on a new allowance $18 per

.... make--they nay have a rood tint for- while, but what does their I wrestling match between one of the month for the new enlistment also '
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personality reflect? ''Second Missouri and one of the Sec- S2, $3 or $5 a month extra for marksmanship .-.,'
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torida.
A dollar in this bank will b the I .
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\; n ** ancient. of".aa honorable, independent career. . .
I ,ond in 6 minute We are now trying day furlough every year at full pay .
: //l ti. Make year beginning now-today. Your bank to get up a fight. We have one and,25 cents per day food allowance
book will the i.
par way. = 'Ai
middle-weight and .one heavy-weight. while on the furlough, with expenses
,4 i I_hope we can get them matched. Our paid back to the U. S. A. But Still .. ',
"SON BUCKEYE TREES GO OUT'RIGHT''
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icavy has already wiped up the billy that is not good enough for me. ,

State Bankof of Laredo in a fist-and-tumble fight. Well, tomorrow is inspection, the Backer' Nancrle\ keel .....-....rI.* ..r.* *f ahlaataeTx
Col.\ Slocum told us yesterday that next day a holiday, and Monday the ..rt. t* watch that e..rr i./plag eltraa tree la ..e.... la 4ae )
beat a.aalal* Buaacr aa4.1aa.lla --.1". Te. earn b* aoalUve
we would eat Christmas dinner at company Amounts guard again. I will that Backer tease _. /. 7.. 'it......., tree t. .-..
home; but they are making so many escape this time, as I am on a special Bmarcaa .aipar _* repress ........ a special .m_ ea the
KissimmeeCapital preparations for winter it does not detail. I did not think I ever would Backer srraada Else m.. ...ra. .ly .." ."... lauaealat* .
look like home. happed to such good luck as that but ......-.,_.,.. B.-,. ,...... .( pack.Ua-ad aalrplaB tavr the d1

stock _____- _________ ____ ___. $100,000.00Itnoarcel Of course, the regulars will use It is so-unless! something unforescen .rawer -..... Pleats Backer*.treea. y
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f $1 ever ___________________________ 400,000.00 this camp when they get out of Mex- happens. last Writ aaa.., the em 1 7.000 m r which 0. of ea_acvcral. frees Backer* tress Xaracrlea e eebaad were

co-if they ever do. Villa has won Thanks for your part of the box. It the best w. hare ever ..... W. are after .... spilled with,
Officers and Directors: another big victory so that might delay It sure was fine-more like home than 7.... trees ... rear ..abet .
""" Writ tar '... ,.... ealalc with rail lafaraaatlM.BUCKEYE .
Prest" the movements of the American anything yet. oar
1 ,c. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE, Vice
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troops. With lots of love. NURSERIES .. .kBluei.g
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M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest.
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ROMA THOMAS, Cashier.. I L._. Kxelaalvetr Cures ira..,... .. th. W!.... ,
r CATTS IS CHOSEN. Curing Diphtheria With Kerosene.In .
several of diphtheria
grave cases _
(From Florida Record Tallahassee.) relief has been) brought about within - n' '
V C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary: ''
,K .. . .. . ....... ... .. . . . ......" 0.. toOl 00000 00 to" forty-eight hours and final recoveryassured ;
-. In[ the days of old Ezekiel by the internal administration -
He beheld a ghastly vision of ordinary kerosene oiL The :
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i : Cold Saw a valley filled with dry bones. The Waters
: Storage for Fresh Meats Skulls and ribs of perished humans; agreeable taste of the oil was disguised .

And he stood and razed upon them by mixing it with sarsaparillaand
From the summit of the mountain. the doses were given every four

J ;,' .'Starqg! ,Rate Beginning December': Heard Heard a he rattling there .sudden and a tumbling rumbling.; hours. Grocery Company:

; ; Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound Fifteen Days. Fit Bone itself to bone one to he the saw other.npgather,

; Curing 'Pork ready for smoking, 1 l-2c. per pound Till\ there stood before him upright :
: e., .' Twenty Days. In the Valley of the Dry Bones Wholesale and-RetaU Dealers in t'
Fleshless forms whose hollow figures OSCEOLA '
; ;' ,Curing and'Smoking, Twenty-fire Days., 2c per. pound. Mocking death. nor cast a shadow'
In the dimly lighted valley \G.RO
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., Bring awn your. hogs. the.day thefr are killed. We will'do. So it was, within the great State Pressing .
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ti Came: he from a far-off country WE SELL 0 0 WE BUTT '

i :.:. s ,]KISSIMMEE ICE: & COLD STORAGE CO. Clothed Of the ancient was he politicians with all. his; secrets HAY .. 0. -...'...' 1

Knew the ways of Caesnn; Monthly Membership 0 HIDES .'.
t ..t..o.o..o..o..tooo o.oe o.ooo..o..oooooo.oo. Richelieu was never wiser GRAIN .
c In the wary.ways of intrigue; Tickets Limited to 4 FURS ,,'s
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Charlemagne Hannibal had was nothing but/ on an him infant; "Suits, on Sale at $1.50 0 SHINGLES C e WOOL ... : .... '

.' FFOR 'SALE---CASH PREFERRED When compared with this great AND .....
.'.. proohet. i ORANGE BOXES. e ;.

.'*". One b'ocfc' of Five Lots in foulh Part of Town. 250 Sidney Catts will be our Governor. Ladies' Work at Reasonable 0 0 0 ALL .,., .,
)0 ORANGE WRAPS .COUNTRY 0 ,
''foot front 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for Prices, and .. 0 k
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w.Yoa Need a Oeaeral Took I. VEGETABLE CRATES '
4' Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city Take drove's Satisfaction Guaran 0 .

.ditch Make home for itself. The Old Standard Orove'a Tasteless > CRATE NAILS O I;' ,;;)
your pay chill Too to is equally valuable as a teed. .. .*..
General Tonic because contains the . 0 . 0000 00 00 . 0 0 . . . . +. ;;:l
i Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. well known tonic propertieaof QUININB i PA'

. oat and IRON.Malaria.It&acts>riche on*the the Liver Blood, Drives and PHONE': 247 We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. :,. {. J'

r Boflda up the"W. ole S71I m:10 oeata. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties n;;,

,yl Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. !
W. are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and price >.. oJ.
ray v ,. ., v' it V V ".- "" 0.1 fertilizer '"

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Ca Etna C. Bryvn Pre*. A. ". Bryan, Vice Pre, P. K. Weaves SKr.1......,

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surely nothing better\ T IJJJIh . ,Caul a-dIea., Canry .114I. Meats. lard Act 'M Ow.....' J"

' wherever there is Victor or Victrola.' i .. Women'High-Top Shot*--- .Oty.. .' Property*. .. ... . '. Agents......,.... Pre pert.... ':

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Stop .iri" any,time.and we'll gladly 1.. ;. ., : Favorably, : j,AnyHlGHQUALrprGRADES ,' i I INSURANCE and! ::REAL ESTATE : :;

give,; 'you a descriptive .list: of .the J i I- { :! IN'SHOES. FOR_ J _

,t .newest records and playany numbers"f* I '.' MENIAYVD :CIIILDRE ...ALSO..f j ;.... Let:us...insure:.your,life, your"Health, your Property.; .,.J :

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wish 'tcy-hear. : ,'e ;. ._.. . . a ; ; Information in regard to property for \; ."......
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thai it,.I. dueto, the activity MS TOTELL'NUGNBORSABOUT; j I} Bassenger Fort Peat .News' HOUND SYRUP WILLINGLY '
of ,the. ants that in your particular; cause it tastes Dloe.'J'HN; lent a

ess* this IntatUon.'of. ,,plant lice has I (!,meow Our Special ,P ft P-cteat.:), A, ter, remedy"'anrwlMre',tor" ,' "'U

proved to be'so .serious.., Dq ;you think I ." congas! hoarseness, ,and 'bra

iUMAl1Q I It.would be, .well,to send in specimens, ANDES -- "- ', It's a good snediciM and easy to
to".tnake sure' the infestation really is FORT,. BAS-SETNOER AND ,simmee{ and was-returning' to'.Okee-:!' Price 26c hoe and:f L00p.( bottle.:;'

: .+ \,. jw ,GROVE from plant. licet. a . ' ) ' PEARCE TOWN!, FT., Nov,,27< -Dr, chobevu. Sold)by,Oaceola,Pharmacy.;" /.1r' ,
f : J. Mr. Brown1,Say*'& W 'Not'Sc: Crews("&'dentist ftoraFort): ,Pierce, I Mrs) B.,,Weszellinmta Is constructinga I .
Vale
r 6 ,GARDEN j : &, FIELD "Enclosed'find': "specimens( ,ofy''the Busy Would Go' Pl'Om', .penta: week:, ,in onnt community onprofessional1 1a.8D.ra1., .mercbandiss "store at ley Visiting Caictre: cards Job Department.printed by.the" ]
Duvtaeaa. FRev the approacH of'the iron {
,, new bridge
1 QUESTIONS AMSWefttD : cottony bugs, I .wrote, you about. Any House to ,House ( t' ,
r.( a ex lh1tllt1ATWL' further information will be :-appradated. j j _' Mayea.traveling. Baptist ,across the river.- Adjoining' is her six*
::;: .Wu&Tooo.iea MArt' ." ' J Wonderful i minister, spent(*' week In ,this community room f4wel1inef wMeft'Jaa. large and For :Chrisfl,1as--PIIOt l

lV x FEE itCPtL r Answer Th. ''Insects ears mealy And Tell Everybody' of the "holding- series of illustrated pleasant roomsand1, large'open sleeping HAVE YOU thought'of PORTRAITSas

'. "J ,.' JUC&SOMVILLS). FI4 bugs. Spray wssn a miscible oil:at Influence Aiwfe* Has sermons, which were highly appreciated ,porches on, the south aide The h solution to the gift problem} :A

.' .---;.. the rate of 1 gallon actual oil to 100 Over Disease.( by the people of Bassenger!: and house 1.. situated"\ among the large do... of your portraits, made in our
MAIDEN-CANE. gallons water and kill the ants as per -- ....... Fort Bassengvr.tistiee of,P..Ce' P. oaks anfl aboufTO feet from the banks new ,distinctive styles, will make
twelve thaf'wil be
"Are. you not a little ofT in your our previous directions., Apply the If I was not ao busy with tnybouse/ H. Meneley rendered an appropriate ef the Kisslmmee river. The buildingis appropriate"klfta'. SlrUDlo.c .
recent recommendation hold duties I would,Just like to from appreciated.. WILDEITS ,
for eradication KO .
spray with as great force a. possible house to house in my neighborhood prayer on tin occasion., The Baptist near completion, and she will move : (
'( of,mald. -ca.n., mines it does not ,I, for the mealy covering makes toe and tell the people what wonderful Influence Church WM well filled' with people into it in a short time. When completed !

f ii'I'! .ae.d.at all, but spreads. by root 'insects quite resistant. ,If you can .. this Andea medicine has) overdisea. from both side of ,the Kisslmmee it, wllT.have cost ,about $$,400. 4 "I ;
V stalks" said Mrs. Carri Brown of Savannah. river. In front of the church were The new, iron bridge acl'Oh.. -
I I j use fore* enough to wash the young Oa. recently la telllnc the i i
Answer: There is no grass that' mealy bugs to the ground, they can, Andes man of the magic-Ilk results about deceit automobiles waiting to' Kisslmmee river which is the first to I

does,not bear seed t though there are not get back on the trees excepting as '41 she_ obtained from Hre aottleae of. An. convey the people home. be. eonstraots .across the river> between J
some grasses' .that seldom bear seed Our Baseenger merchants are having lts\ source and its mouth ,i.
the ants help them. I had stomach and kidney, trouble City =
in certain sections. The Johnson Wherever you see a particularly' and auffered torment with my back and to haul their merchandise from .completed.. The :work wale done, ,by : Marketw

grass is, however, a Southern grass strong colony near the end of growth M7ph.iclan could rive me no PraIrie Ridge,.ten miles distant from the Champion Bridge,, Company of I
and bears seed here. The method ()f rolteLaaI' decided to try' patent medi Bassenger. Will Walker hauls the Ohio the n.trnctlonbeing I
the Wilmington a '
\ it is well to prune and carry pruning ; cines. 1'heard ao many say that An. ., Floridaand''
eradication was taken largely from out of the field in'a closed recep- des was doing wonders In Savannah. merchandise with his splendid four supervised by the splendid ; fresh

Farmers' Bulletin. No. 729, but 1s mentioned tacle, taking care to burn them. Of ao That decided waa the that beat I decision would I try ever' It madeIn not ox team., He says he prefers to use foreman and structural engineer, L.! r.'' "'

In a great many other govern course, on young trees you will be' my life. After taJUns.the Ant bottle them rather than his beautiful automobile. W Hurt of Kentucky. People OBi Western Meats: :
ment publications and has worked out very'sparing about pruning, but there I felt ao much better I purchased both sides are pow eagerly awaitingthe I A'\\'" b

'on Florida farms.Maldencane I would be instances where this mightbe anything three more.I wanted By that and time It did I could not hurt eat Mr. and Mrs. Case of Avon Park building .of approaches. to ttiebridge / 1 :kinds.Phone' \
of-all
and Johnson graceare done to good advantage. me. and I can Bleep like a log. My have been here. Mr. Case transferred and they hope the two counties $.. .
generally understood as husband has a hard time to get me out the Bassenger postofflce to Joe ,. Osceola and Demote, wilt not let :'

changeable. terms; but, of Inter-I MISCIBLE OIL. of bed of morning to prepare hla'break Underbill's store, for which everybodyIs them,wait long for they eompt.tioft.of or-::;

one:can depend upon local names. "Just what do you mean when you fast.To tell you the truth, I feel Just likea glad, and all its patrons hope to 'same., .I your

You may be' using tIM name "maiden- say use miscible oil at the rate of new woman. aa I have more strength have much better service. On' Sunday, Dec. ;-3, the people of dens, and they
and than I have had for
cane" for something entirely' different 1 gallon'actual oil! to 100'pilon. of If energy simply the grandest medicine yearaIt on The moat pleasant and by far the 1 Fort Bassenger met to organize a .

). .Johnaote grass ,spreaHs by long, water!" earth. I' would like to see all those most enjoyed r4 all days in Fort'Bss- Sunday school,.whiqh is much needed, will!.,be"y promptly ..

fleshy, underground stems, and has Answer: Miscible oil is a mineral who wider get relief.try' It, for I am sure theywould anger community recently was here,. This was the first attempt' to '

seed which may be yellow, red, or oil made soluble by being "broken") Moat of the so-called stomach liver Thanksgiving Day in, our new school organize one in this plate. The' children i delivered.,

black. Its leaves are often streaked with either acids or alkalies..-the and kidney troubles are due almost en. 1 P. H. Meneley delivered a sermon, and parents were present, and 'a"'
with red or'y.llow.. From the root word "mlscible" meaning mixable. tlrely to catarrhal Inflammation of which w.. the first to be held in three short song ''service was "carried "out, '
these organs, which brings about a Phone' '
stalks in the ground at the beginning After the addition of these compounds general weakened condition of the sys years, and was highly enjoyed by all after which J. L. Groom, our teacher, , 44 .;

of the growing season other, root I to bring it to this mixable condition, tpm. It Is Mr. Payne's theory that present. It was a great Thanksgivingsermon was honored with the .lIp rlntenden':' t

i stalks arise, come to the surface and each gallon of the resultant mixture more almost or nine less out so affected of ,ten and persons many are of in which he gave the true cy of the school, his nomination being

there form crowns producing, new contains a certain percentage of actual them do not know what Is really wrong meaning ofthat day to us and the presented by Mr. Vunn and'. secondedby ..; i'

plants. Later in. the season, about oil, according to the formula with them. reason for observing the national Frank Walker., After this,.P. H. .

i flowering time, other root stalks come used. The best known miscible oils In Such them'people everywhere and. there, suffer are. from thousandsof headaches holiday; After the sermon, the school ; Meneley was elected assistant superintendent ,' .t.* t... . .. t.. .. .,. .

fron.l the base of the frown of this our 'market run 66 per cent, 77 percent loss of .appetite sleeplessness, gave a splendid program under direction and Miss Helen Wesxelino "*

new, plant, and. (if the ground is soft and 84 per cent actual oil; there- depression and kidney;of spirits disorders.and stomach .liver of the teacher, Prof. J. L. Groom. vits was chosen secretary.and' tress ,{PINEOIAGROUND -:

and a' large top allowed to develop), fore it must be mixed at rate of 1 Andes which I. a powerful reoonatructlve All present enjoyed the exercises and urer. All the children were present, '

}. grow to a large diameter and penetrate gallon to 66, 77, or 84 gallons of tonic appetiser and Invlgor- expressed their gladness at being,and some of the parents enjoyed the ( ;i '
LIMESTONE
soil is ant. Is What they need. It builds up occasion. Those and sorry'otherj were
the
deep. When compact water, respectively, to get the same the system, create. a. healthy appetite present on such an occasion were .
I especially when the plant above strength 1 gallon actual oil to 100 alda'and promotes digestion and makes absent certainly missed a rare treat 1 absent. .{', ,r. ,Pnrat. Dr7e.t. : ll".o
the ground is not allowed to develop of water. you feel strong, sturdy and well.. There Everything was carried out in perfect I Sid Pearce, the "King-- ef the ..
gallons
Is doubt about the fact I I Cheapest.: ), .
J 1, by reason of mowing or grazing orb ANDES no order and showed the training the "1 Prairie," left for Arcadia yesterdayIn 0 STATE CHEMISTS ',ANALYSIS" .
to GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" PRESCRIPTION so highly All the parents to attend the sessionof
both these last root stalks grow children are receiving. his automobile '
endorsed Mrs Carrie Brown ot .
by of 0 Lime
'
but' small diameter and run along just TO CONSTIPATED CHILD 1 Savannah, Ga., la now on sale in KU- I I expressed their appreciation to Mr. I court. John Wilhite drove the car .,Moisture Carbonate.,!. __._,17.'I.perce.LOO per cent';*
surface. It is because of simmee by Corner Drug Store. his work. II ], Mr. Pearee. ? : ,
underthe for 1 for
f r Groom .
Delicious "Fruit Laxative"can't harm '. P Sand ?.-__..____*;O-ZTptreent,
this habit that this method of eradication tender little Stomach liver \ Mrs. Westelinovits gave a splendfdj i; Fruit pickers and packers still are 1 t*
f Is advised. and bowels DETECTIVE talk to the school In which she en- busy: and say that there is a good crop ": We sell ''DIRECT to" farmers *'

yi BURNS GROVE treated the children always to uphold j; of green fruit on the trees,which will o'and other growers,finely ground. .

LICE OJ* ORANGE TREES. Look at the tongue, mother If truth to hate cowardice,'to shun evil be ready to pick,Uter.. ,. I I. limestone. ' *, ,*\
(t than *
atomachlIvel' .
coated, your little SEEN BY SON AND BRIDE and Its analysis ts HIGHER ,
"There Is *a lot of ants and white bowels need cleansing at once. companions, and to respect age:"
and 0 8OUt1 of Uason-Dizon line. *
lice oa my orange trees. They, are When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't officers in authority. The substance BIG CIRCUS COMING' TO TOWN any' '
Th.I."e' I act naturally or is feverish Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Burns, from others 6 Wa keep in our warehouse"*
of them eat unto as
sapping the life out sleep, or of her .talk was "Do .
breath Cont From Page One. ) -hundred tons at ground
bad has ( nuedt severs
stomach Dour, ; New York.came to Kissimmee week "
and drop off. Ifear a have others do unto '
+ turn yellow. full of cold you would :you t DRY --limestone..which. ( assures.*
throat, diasrhoea, ----- I
the tree shall die. What can sore give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup ago, on a visit of two days. They The crowd then adjourned. to Mr. "). C. L. r railroad here will-be'trie cen-i 0 prompt shipments.. '" '*>
I dot- of Figs" and in a few hours all wets combining1 business with pleasure Weacelinovits's/ '. home, where a dinnerwas attraction ''P %We will $AV1C'you the tnld.dleman's .">
waste, unditested or happiness-for they were, at : ter /of/ for the younger generation a profit and give yea Itbmestoae' *
Jennies
4r a Answer; While plant lice on or- the foul, constipated given in honor of little ,. +
: of. town, and many a household *'. aolutelyth.. eel oa
food, and sour bile gently moves once on their bridal tour and Mr. that .
were'eoin& old
.aDC'I'trees look as if their birthday, she. J being0 years be *.thr market. > *
Its
of its little bowels without gripIng will startled from peaceful
out
,, -... '. deal of- they Burns was her eto Inapect'his father'sgroveformerly dinner was 'served, e' Our machinery guarantee;,
,' to do a great amap,. / and yon have a well; playfulchild day A splendid slumbers at an unseemly hour by the i new .
::, 'areso: strongly; 'parasitised .that again..' Ask your druggist for known,>. the' "Van and Wely' enjoyed by all who partook' of the alarm clock' under the *,the, finest ground limestone.; ,
than few 60-cent, bottlu of "Cal'omla Syrup' Dunn grove, and situate near Camp.. tinkling
a numbering thirty-
there Kara never more those Lime
of it present .
.
Pineota
of Fi which contains full directions bell's Station 4'miles from Kissim- pillow of the small boy. In fact, ,a Company..
','" . ''twigs killed back.' If you get uneasy; for babieschildnen_.of. all ages' . one. Little Jennie bad, a delightful few ,comfortable ,beds will .be left on- I., OFFICE In Bank of' Orange*
y however' you can anticipate this good and for grown-ups.-. mee.i birthday party, having present almost disturbed throughout the entire night, I. Building", Orlando Fla..' : 4 .
y" natural friends bye I Young Mr. ,,Burns's father,the own- the besides a Pineola Fla. *f'
.., < work *f ;your : every child on prairie to FACTORY at __ ;
:
Hair.If their usual occupants preferring
t apraytng with black leaf 40 at the Health Affects The er of the &'1'0I.Is the renowned Am- of people. I *
'1 to 125 gallons of the hair' is dull, colorless and erican detective, W. 3. Burns. number grown remain awake and thus run no risk ofmissing
rate of pound
? 'the trouble is oftentimes, not so the opportunity' of witness I
lank, The newly-wed couple were en
been
has
.. water In which enough soap this month Clifford Pearce.
dissolved to break the water. Gen much with the scalp, as with the gen route to Tampa, where they. Intend to Early Warner left for Clear i ing the arrival and unloading of th.s.. i
eral condition. of the system. Lack to New Orleans, and there to and Ralph great shows. ,
to voyage
erally 'this takes about 2 pounds taken as far as Sebringby ,' f.
water, being ,
of vitality, an impoverished state of join the bride's parents. The Sun Brother. Shows for this }" ,
I each 60 gallons. C. M. Collins in his car. Mrs. Collins '
"
the blood nervous tension, indigestion season have an all new equipmentand ;1>
;, The ants are there because of the Deep-seated cough. that resist ordinary accompanied her husband to and ,
and
and and constipation affect the condition brand new plethora of acts .
: sweet secretion of the plant lice, Clifford went to spend "
externaland <
remedies require both from) Sebring. .
In all its ..
of the hair very quickly.To performances departments, ,
lice to .
and they will carry the plant internal treatment. U you buy a some time in Clearwater with his in fact it. cah truthfully be said thatit .; I ,

other feeding grounds to encourage Care a Cold In pne Day dollar bottle of BALLARD'S HORE- aunt: Mrs. Thomas. is an all new show. The only tEsPfpAlLY( ,'ADAPTo') ,
their development. It I always well Tsk UUC ATIVB BOMO Quinine. It"top.tb. HOUND SYRUP you get two remedies Captain Clay Johnson arrived yes. recognizable thing' of Its past seasonsis I'
'I to eradicate ants from) the grove. Conch ..d H.sdscb: sod works off Ui. cold.Dro.al.ta of of his boats, the Os
need for the price one. terday on one
relund moswy II It fall to den.a. you the adherance to their old-time pol- : Your"
This- can be done according to direct W. OROVBTS signature on such ...... 23t. There is a HERRICK'S RED PEP- ceola, bringing a load of dressed lumber itcy of never allowing at any time or I For ,

PER POROUS PLASTER for the and shingles for Mrs. Wesxelin- "
place any gamblers, sure-thing men, ,
chest, free with each bottle. Sold by ovits. He was accompanied by Cap- confidence games, fortune tellers, State'E1 :
Osceola Pharmacy. tain Hull, who had business in Kla-
dancing-girl shows, or anything in the I

nature of a roper-in device. These issues .J..
have never been tolerated with : :

this show, nor will they ever be coun. a

.. tenanced. I Oar I Itutrmctive Cttslaraa

Two complete performances will .be ". and Weekly Price List,' '"
.
c here during their engagement, ,, '. .*
"
r given! .. .. ,.
1 a and the assurance Is made that both
SEND FOR
... performances will be presented with- "
gCoii out any curtailment whatever. Manynew THEM TODAY
and novel free outside exhibitions ;

r< Tankage' said to are be offered of an unusually this season and are IUIN5ELDU: ;: Q ;


t 'S The Old Fashioned, Kind l (Blood and Bone) I ing and "thriller"_\ ] "character.entertain-I ,V, JACKSONVILLE.-- ,. 'fLA.v vv),,,

- = -
"' 0aaraD.... Analysis food, lasts well and is .>+.o..o.oo.o..oo..o..o. .. oo ee, .. 6MM* .,.ej...1
\ . .... ...... > ,
and Bone Ammonia.- : .1. s H%" 'the finest known soil .
, Mw' Real Blood TMalI'.ate.15. % builder.As I ;,

Pure '.ttm.d bone ... =FERTILIZERS: :
.. (NOT TAM AGE '. .: cooked fresh from the "Blood & Bone," FAVORITE: f
I, cutting tables, supplies Armour Tankage has
'i < the phosphoric acid been familiar to every J
; ARE'THE
'.' for BEST"FOR ALL CROPS *
' Grows good crops JSnriches shown above. The am. grower over 30 years
'i ntonia is from blood inmore thm 100,000 tons *
and sweetens the soU.. We fresh beef scraps that are have actually been used. SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR *v 1 J
. thoroughly ste.... -cook. Many growers, who
p have the real thing-Home- ed urfifc'tne bone. .<. temporarily prefer no- CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, .PEAS, l

'; made from Dried Blood,and a't' ".finee Tankage is a potash&goods are wiselyturning .* 'TOMATOESWrite \
again to this CORN
,
superior, strictly pureproduct .
Home Ground: Bone'.t ttyon't with standard material of tin-
a prepared
,
"i. scientific accuracy by esvpecially questioned crop-malcing for our new prijce\ list on all l .brands Agricultural Chemicals_ ; ,
when
this flgturing I
overlook ' valtle."fuUy :
Material Etc.
.
developed, care- Insecticides, f
. % G fall xequiremenis. controlled proGet prices from our \
on your .
,', ',. '. ''wf. ,tf'ee..e., .. ,It f is rich in nearest Agent and write BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES $ fare j "
.
i, V.' a''r 1fl" available.. .,-:1 is.ui.r..i plant us for sample! and leaflet.Armour arriving' ttlf"Mfr __ ,
lADS'AND SOLD ONL'1 "t. .... .'" r
: "toJ i'I.; We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR dutr-Wlna '

; } Wilson'&C Too erFerHIzci o; }, t :t,;: Fertilizer (Works: in. rows. or:broadcasting.. Excellent for:all F.rtiliier.LirD, 'Ashes; I j, ''n..pt

, _.... ..... ....... ....- ,..e _". ." \; + -f'" < .yAr .Jack'aonvlner nla. 1l' ,\: and soft Pbi pbae.J., ''j'J. .

,. f'+l' }4' It4 .'L)1laaahss tMa.fIDEAI, FEItTUJZERL .I.; ".' '"" USE SaiNARR'S INSECTICIDE '.' ,. '
( ,
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trees
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: THE ItISSI..i'll I J VALE. E T c: CALETTE: II::: :FIAT DECEMBER 1$, 1919. (

..
-- -
r:, .toe. .. eee;:'Dresses Pea iarly Becming i To Misses effects in golden brow n' and black; andother'pcetty wool Jer.eSt: }n', (,he ,ascendency. Theseare'tonbe

.. .. .. bad -
I. color: combinations 4 .' jq:very beautiful eolors;

l. -4wg 'Coats Make Grater Demand. for Dresses Make Dreeees ImperUmt..Since' .. among which the rich, warn shades of
MIle; aod rbrikM'Vnu.Urf
yellow
;
have .
long coats ..eDlI'to {
.' precedence '
1 -- seem U r celv.Jra!
(.JIId "' .PnilCM&l) soexias serge, gabardine, velours, over 'coat suits, this season designers are using, jersey cloth'very : .

,',,,. :NEW YOKE; Dee. 13.-The :time broiaAeloth, checks and plaids. Then the importanceof freely .and especially for the new ,Anfor appropriate, .gUte E a

t has,-N".1aee passtad when fashions I. little trimming. on, these) '''frocks: ; dresses) te chemise dresses.cut,In oDe'piece. For

1"( Misses' waN secondary importfashioning perhaps a touch'of bead or wool embroldaQr v: .-,. f wear with theta banding generally the trimming for '_ :everyone, on ;youi>r isti--

e+ __ .. tba: .chew'i t.bbtp. ,'ne ;: a cofatrlstlng color,, :'soutache r "becomes.mor this-material With collar*, and cuff '. '. -

_ :a ;of clothes) for' young: peor braid, or flat braid applied 'In and more mark. of white 'fanel'n.semi instance,' Prom gfandihother. who Is not too old la1 l


those of their .eldoq! r' 'and eertaln colors, including burgundy, ;", For the worn they :*enjoying ,grit, popularityand I 1 dressier; 'a silver: ease'for her. spectacles, to> t

$ 'e: ;French designers\ .... 'of". late bee plum taupe, brown and green has not r an who cannot are considered rivals of the Moy- 1 baby whose' chubby; I hands would just Ataround :

'peclaHy, coneentrailng their jvXorti. ousted sjavy blue, which is .still 4 1 have a very extensive en Are styles, which, with the low ,m silver cap or tiny spoon, ,

'''on predudng jnedes tat young\ girls favorite. ( J ward- waistlineare qrfte-dlitinct .la effect; "Thers are Just hundreds of things front'

""a, iaa4 wall ab Asn. ., For her social activities, sweet six robe, the com In the one-piece frocks the.. waist .' which yon can choose the."right" gift so. easily. r' +

.' Whether for' .school, oaBlege, or pie: teen may tare her choice of soft chif- binatlon of coat line is generally adjusted by the belt, SUver, clutch point pencil.. $1.00 to ISfiO;

I various social and outdoor activities fon velvet;, velveteen, taffeta, satin and dresses 1 II which la placed according 'to will Clasps; i..,
Tie
_ Gold Brooches, Scarf Pins, Rings, ;
which enter jnto the lives,.of all young charmeuse, ..ilk poplin er Georgette very convenient. wherever it Is considered l moat becoming1. Lingerie Clasps, Neck Caalna. Cuff Flos 12.00

'people.' aqe"!And xtn iunlinefcbed variety crepe, depending on the occasion for With a coat of Long, narrow belts/ wound several upward. \

,; ? _171... which her dress is intended. For dance of times around the figure .:
y tof one the are most Cold Link: Battens, Pendaatsv Bar 1'111..11.51>> .
i 'I ,present.there; is a distinct relation frocks, tulle, silk net, chiffon and smart new win- often used, and they are generally upward. x .

\ between the itlyles for -grown-ups I Georgette are particularly girlish, ter fabrics that finished with tasseled ends. Gold Bead Necklaces Bangles. Watch Fob N. t
and those' reaching the rrown-up while for a very elaborate dress noth-' Coat-Chains,16,00 upwarc1.Greenleaf r
'stage- The' .1Im silhouette to which ing is more charming than the silver can be used for SOUR, :ACID STOMACHS,

I$women have taken with so much zeal, tissue cloths. Her slippers are of i'l '. almost; any occasion I GASES OR INDIGESTION

is reflected Jn misses';;, styles; and satin, to match the color of her dress, .... 4L"t from the Each'"Pace's r & Crosby. fl)

, i I certainly"; jUiere'Is noXbingn>ore bent- or else of silver or gold tis suo. morning shop- ( Dlapepsin" digests' JEWELERS AND IMPORTERS
", 3,000 grains food ending all .
; ting the jdender grace at youthful fig.urea Pale or bright: pink, blue, maize,-apricot : ping expedition tomach misery in five GIFT GIVING GOODS. '-

than. ;the modes which now pre- and white are the colors specially t .to afternoon minutes. 41 W. Bay St. Jacksonvllld: FU. kt
: to the teas and matin-
I ..an.: adapted youthful evening ,
Time itl! In five minutes .11 stomach
.pre-Plea, Dress Peculiarly Adapted dress. Some delightful frocks are ees, her 'dresses distress will TO. No in
'I." TY' to Youth composed of layers of tulle In differ M.C. ', 75:1 1 may be care- heartburn, sourness or- -belching-' oilgas

_ ; '','1 IniiDne-piece: style are the majority ent harmonizing colors placed one fully planned to suit her needs. One acid, 'or irritation of undigested S

T' ''of dresses,. wheth they are to bt above the other, and the merging of naturally tires less of a coat with sev- breath food, no or headache.dizziness bloating, foul : .
i iPane's
i '"* clipped ,!'over th* head or Closed at these colon produces A wonderful. eral dresses to change off than a suiton Diapeosin is noted for its | .. -

il.i 7 the center-front or back. Especially iatlc effectIf which one must depend for vari- 'peed in regulating upset stomachs -

'b' ;V"becoming are those that hang from asleep the selection of her evening ety entirely T5n the waists. worn with I t is the surest vfole quickest stomach I TwIthE FOBCATALOG
in the -
and of these there frock girl thrills of it remedy world and besides -
; square yoke, gives a many I it is harmless. Put an end to
f. M ple..ure-anct one knows it The fashionable winter of
every coats are < stomach trouble forever bv getting a t
oes-she also derives a great deal of velours broadcloth and several soft large fifty-cent ease of Pape's Diapep-

# enjoyment from her sports clothes. new coatings which provide firreat sin from any drug store. Yon realize -
1 in five minutes
hqw
needless It is
Sports clothes, today, are'wholly warmth while in -
i -being- light weight. to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia
charming. Such bright, gay colors as These materials combine durability or any stomach disorder. It is the driving the
fined
ceola : northwest of
was $48.25. County Fair
-
are used for them can only reflect the with smartness. A coat with a collar >>l- quickest surest and most harmless
4 spirit of Joy and exuberance which of fur la necessarily more elabor. stomach doctor in the world. Crash And Mix-Up On Broadway.Friday fair grounds.Mr. .

they embody. The enjoyment of sports ate, b4 there 1st. a great number afternoon two weeks ago Snyder formerly; owned the Mv'D. r

r i Is really doubled by the lovely clothes quite as attractive with no trimmingat -THREE AUTO ACCIDENITS Warner Quirk, driving Mr. Floyd'sdelivery Alexander farm property on the a ,
i automobile, smashed into Dixie Highway north of the city. lie j j.
that are worn for them.Sports all; so It remains matter of Continued From "
a ( One.
Pago ) the horse and wagon of Widow Bron- disposed of it about four years ago, ;
_ choice whether one is used or not. II
son. The wagon was smashed and but he has been yearning to. return

such As for colors there has never been Katz coming from the opposite direc- I the horse nearly was pitched Into the to this section of Florida. He inttnds Ito
a large assortment to choose I
tion. Mrs. Katz, trying to avoid running Postal Telegraph office, In front of convey, the twenty acres into a
from. By far the most favored are '
into some children who were bicycling -I which the accident occurred. citrus grove. .
burgundy, dark green, mustard,
toward her in the middle of The automobile suffered no damage I The property was acquired from 3. .J
brown and the various shades of
.
Emmett street, had to make a 'other than losing a tire. B. Smith of Orlando. The Nelson ", : #

; I blue. sharp and unexpected turn southward |I No one was in the wagon at the Realty Company was the medium of "F
In dress materials there is
; an even Y
4 Ll In Beaumont avneue in order to avoid time, the team being hitched whereit the transaction. ,
wider range of colors, for the lighter ,
u hitting them. In turning aside she was struck. Neither any person
shades, including green, maize and I I Michigan Party End 31-
tJi smashed full into Mr. Harwell, who I nor the horse was injured. .
Apricot, are added to the 'darker colors : I Day Tour At Kittimm- .
mentioned above. The dress materials had turned aside in the same direction (Crowded out last week.) .

in order to be out of the way. lie Auld-lang-syne friends from r
,
themselves show an amafingly wide
had stopped and; was getting off his Property Deal Bring Kan-
variety, too. Michigan arrived at the A. S. Nelson rfts
Y
For formal affairs velvet, satin, and bicycle when hit. Mrs. Katz, who had *d* People. To\Ki\ $.imm home in Kissimmee, last Saturday c t
been watching the children, thought ,
night, to sojourn with the Nelson
soft velours are considered moat cor-
A.
I. Payton, who recently purchased -
Mr. Harwell had gone southward fly
rect this season. Georgette crepe family throughout the .winter. Th*
a twelve-acre nearShingle
'-------2' holds its own dresses of a Beaumoht avenue, and did not know grove visitors are Judge and Mrs J. H. e, '
among is
creek and residing there,
until she about to hit
differently was
Cowley, from Lansing, Mich.
I lighter character, and this dainty, soft has just completed a deal with T. S.
The Cowleys made the-trip in their
material most attractive
develop. him.She Lathan whereby he becomes the own-
y was unnerved and horrified by fine new Pilot automobile and were .. '
dresses. These may be as simple[ or of the Mab- h
er Mnnger property, on
p'
the accident and became hysterical, accompanied by Mr. arid Mrs George-
elaborate the occasion demands. Bermuda including
as as bette street and avenue, -
leaving her car and running eastwardin H. Goodell, Mrs.-E. Wood, Mrs/E..H. .'
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Most of these dresses are trimmed the pretty residence and the
+" : Emmett street with loud cries. Richardson, and U. 'H. Forreate.JIfrolD
41: ;0u- ee. Bos-Pleated Dress For with soutache braid, bead, silk, metal renowned Mnnger strawberry patch. y
o
Mr. Harwell's bicycle was smashed The last-named five
Lansing.
'; I ;.,... .t Mi..n. ,: {; : -1 -5r thread, or wood embroideries, some in almost beyond repair. Two of his H. exchanged for this property a stopped off,at Umatilla: but came: .

many.:TJtrietiet.; for, ;below thee I more attractive designs than others.. ribs 'were .broken.' The 'automobile residence Topeka r Kan; where he down Kissimmee-way later for a day'f'r

: .the material''Vniay|it..b..t. side ' .' Yoclu Soutache braid Is now applied with fortunately ''straddled him, only newbeel' formerly Jived, ,the exchange being vI.it. .. _: < ', .",J; ",,;'

ted" box-pleated j with&'I'OUp..t' .t",',.\ the braId'.tanding flat, so on that one the edge'.raised inptadof.laid rolling over any part ,'of his based.on Lathan a $4,000 end wife estimate.Mr. have. returnedto 'The party, was thirty-one day',,eq .... "," .i -.:

,_ e or mall plate or, simply gathered body, his right shoulder, but narrowly route' making ..visits' to'C1ev.1and". .:. :. .
av 'Todeflne the waistline, a lath effect obtained in, .this way is more I their home in Lane, Kans., leaving "
missing his head. Ohio; Pittsburg and Gettysburg; C ) ,"'!
attractive than the old I here last 'Friday./
'. /.r-belta; gulation"cloth belt or a way. .. ,
Mr. Harwell is again on the Washington, D. C.; Richmond,' Va.{' { .,
\ Dresses. I Mr. and family expect to ,
New Georgette Payton
'
: .long, narrow girdle it considered cor- ptreeta. Savannah, Ga., and 'several other'
nobeltt.bein& To give some examples of.the. remain in their present home untO ,"- .' '
.rgetrlth thlstypeof-1rRCk.: 4 .
Road. places. r'
:, dresses recently Smash-Up On Orlando spring when Mr. Payton will makea ..
such an important factor, then, Green charming Georgette H. G. Sie- Judge and Mrs. Cowley spent the ,
le < : Dress of and White beautiful model was of soft An automobile driven by business trip to Kansas, returninghere'
,' tit is not jinrpriiing to And'many novelties seen: A real-estate ,winter in Kissimmee with the Nelson .
Jersey Cloth. the front of the ver, a Kislmmee-Orlando in the fall when tie and family
; :(: ". in"that 1t.s\One of. the latest I green worked across broker, smashed into a hone and a I two years ago, but stayed in Los An'q:'q
the
with beads of will their city property.This
2 'I4 I belt ''W lch ;; starts oat by.being The skirts of sports dresses and waist in a design I driven by a negro on the Dixie occupy the gales, Cal., last winter. The judge
full skirt wagon deal made through
.?;,I ;wale in front, but finally becomes divided suits are worn very short, and the color. The straight, was hgihway Tuesday evening a week was says he prefers Florida for winter rl

Into' two narrow strips at the models are either plain or pleated. worked with beads also, and the only l near the northern city, limits. Nelson Realty Company. residence, and that he likes Florida :. '

,e' t"14e.; and back. The upper halves .With bright-colored skirts are worn other trimming was a narrow band of ago The car overturned and one of its' TO PLANT TWENTY-ACRE GROVE oranges much better..than the California .r

u at'the back and the lower halves are slip-on middies of wool or silk jersey dark fur. around the collar. Another four occupants was severely cut about i OPPOSITE FAIR GRQUNDS.I I product, and that the grapefruit ,r'i''
knotted and down the In color. dress of a light maize color, was trim- i of the two States not to.be com .'
"\ ;it i loosely hang a contrasting Hip-length of widthson the head. The wagon was completely | G. M. Snyder, a railroad man of are
: ., ;back. Exceedingly" attractive else, coats of angora and fancy wool are med with bands graduated demolished. The wounds of the injured I Pennsylvania, has acquired the twen- pared-because that of Florida' ) is at ,

."are.the' pockets which give- added'charm" also frequently seen. The accepted the skirt. attractive dressesof man was not serious. ty acres diagonally across the Dixie least 100 per cent better. than Call-

.! to* these dresses. Pointed, trimming for winter sports suits is I There are many and two Mr. Seiver was arrested for reckless Highway from the grounds of the Os- 'I fornia's.I :,
j, either fur leather. a less formal character, ..
t j'aquare,.drapedgathered or plain, or
'they':' appear in every conceivable Scotch plaid and checks in bright ; examples of these are shown in the f rt
(fir' .
'.J" ',:form;;' colors are very much in evidenoe. accompanying: sketches. The first em-
,. ,
of the
< features
''i, ; *Her Practical and Formal DreaM.k Some of the latest suits are dark bodies many new ) sea
'- ,.
f For practical wear, the young girly green with fine yellow lines forming son.In r ..

..,/. Ff)' ;; ...n':dree; ,.":of, the popular wools, the checks. Others are in solid block Anything Russian Russian style is is considered the other dress.ultra 1

ii. r . ---,-" --- smart these days and the craze has scihenhisag

not stopped with dresses and blouses, :

MID-WINTER IDEAS FOR THE HOME DRESSMAKER: but has extended to hats, the Russian .,

turban with a high crown being'one of .

: The McCall: the of latest fashion edicts Coffee


The Russian .
; Book ofFashions ,
: blouse, without

t.. ,' a. side or front rues' e

opening, but (
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I Winter Quarterly made to slip hhI31A1 1 J$T! ai .h",
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far nle+wl..r.I Or- I'I'N' A.NT .
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a varietyNOWOffSAtf ...;
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& : i i i Mrs. JVa Griffin : ; ma e eafelBntr< Ife" H'n 1. 'T..n..p
; jjMalkyrp'fewsoL MrsE..Gr: Corink. forJLoUl.t *. 1 of BeetlM. Towa.hl. _. utla. aaa. i. e
F U Rc ; ,(Coatllnued from Pag.12)SN.AwIa'thrN Mr*.,G. P. ne'Mn.I. MePhatUr 11 a, Ranfe 14 TallaheZe** Me AU .n :; tfl.Alp'Bfoek,414,1
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r'' gctp r r.f S' r i Mr*. M. L Stout MM. J. L. Over ".- I JVofv Jto.. eatabllA .a. ..4..W......
e Ul >
'f r't'" 14ihldl.s, ,r't'fy shades, and gold r, Ytreet;' ( '..,E.'t.. Leeley'MrL!,M D. fore Cleric the-Circuit fluid above Court) _at rlb-'b.Klslm- t.' ." :.:'.1. )

w Alexander MisW\ Maud AHc"'aridAd m_ Flo..J..oa the.l...th. day of Janu. Lesko Froot Addltloo to Clo
...... "' AND. r:bn.:bfi11'NC.; Bryan's"tabl>>!le ary. 1.1T. The said land. beTnname isr-ass. ..Id.-;t 1''f?
esjp and .
t ? c. Wagner Mia Claimant witn of Moodyand '
Louis Jack.eon. : namesU *e* I Skipper and O. O.,
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> ) and striking 1"was the tea t F. El. Wall"of Kenansvllle.. Florida of said'eerlifciteds.t. of 4

LICENSED BUBALMCR' i .ervfc* in>Uck'and,whlU.> itne'eollict1oa'ot ,('' FIJpbn ,'H' Baleden.. ..of KenaaevlUe, cate i : unles. *iadsaesrrt'l -i ,
\ __j- Al, (Crowded outlast!) ",.tc.) Frank 1.ko.ee1orR tai deed willu.u: t.hereon rCUac;to
lawv
I, J l ,; ,', ;p'w.re.. alao gnlWy:4d.nIr.d. : ,1' .14t. : T-mbll_ of ; : : lit" day 0' l>oc.mb.r..4.D.* ; UI1.on.' 't\ f

7 PRESBYTERIAN; CHURCH. ; B.'WIUI.pe; tx>Vo_e rioI'M.. Witness my bead .ad 'owlet 1
i/ ,Store,and Chapel, Stewart Av. ROBERT' W. DAVIS this Vthe IItb day ot.Noy.mbot A..D
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'Th. center of'attraetionon'Mrs.tS.: ; ,--.;., 'll.lt. R.Lteri. 1.11. ", . '
Jet...... !1a. t1AN Pastor .- (Ct, Ct'. 8.al,3.. L. Q:., /
c *,,1.,1.t Toatr 1CtGIAL 4 B.< Aultman' table:was a set 'of ,Withrspooi will preach . NOTICE'roBtratjuoAsriofr.! "Tr . Clerk Cl 'eultOourt.OVBIR.8TR O.o.o1. .i\I. ,

'4p tom. tO*CATAIOV .7 QUOTATION*, grapefruit',bowls, exquisitely*; tinted Sunday morning on Messianic Proph r .. FoNda. r
"( THRASHER JACKSOIVILUC'FtA. "' > bepe r t SBM< i* *.. I..er*.T, IT. *. L..dUfae N 4 t Br b.Hr, BILLItFJClC.D4 rr
.c. and d.corat.d In conventional pat. ecy. at.UsrtsieOTtlle, ,*"la* Do*. .
stark .beautiful ... 11*. .WOTICS) FOR .

? :MTAL' WORKER' ' ,. .doM,tn'gray and"gold three-piece"was a favorite.,tea net f,i .REPORT PF: M. ,F. CHURClt-! I Notice 1.I hereby alren that "Banner Depstmert'.1 4k.rUBEJCATIOlT.........,'C.. *. ., ..4...r-..... ..l..
R.ofa Prt'ri ,{ \ Ji'r < : ;'" H. Our ''of Loko_ Florida, who onNovember Offlee at ,,
it lZE a with th.. 1 The UalawavUta. Via, Mar?, II.
guests. : before II llll made Homestead
pkstor's'report"preeellted Entry Icie.n. .
c;..,.,.,..,, .
:, l .' NO. 0. 4g. for Lot 1.1.; * 1 of .
SEE In Mr I.
..t ..1C', :' 'irf.i :' ;: ; L. H. Ingram'. collection a businss meeting of the Methodist Section 1.Townshle.51k. Ran.* .4 "' Whit., of Kissslrnunse Fle.sewhomonof
aJSttlsrsrr 11:.. Tallahassee Meridian, ha filed
Was;'a handaom chocolate set on r//a church of KSsslntm 'contain APril\. .
t notice, of Intention to make Flve. No.'G}ht.Reatl_ B n
.r4 large tray. .;The Donatella china and th* following remarkable figures:,, Proof to eitabllah I claim to the band NJDU\ :1.? T wnshippdBRange
.B, Crawford ** [4.'Jarr.L'CRAWFORD abovodeaorlbed.. before Cleric Circuit If BU Tallahaaae y
the Meridian; bUi
decorations .The .
; CARiON FARMER in gray, old blue, pink number of addition rcivdo Court, at Kissimmee Florida.- on. lb.Iltb filed notice of Intention t. make Oon h
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ft JARRELL and gold wr, combined most effec ?o> the church during'th past year: Claimant day of name.January aa-wltne, ItlT. *.**:' mutation the land above Proof,described to establish, claim to

'ATTORNEYSATLAWOfflcMV4 f f'' tively. A. stately 'vase .don in eon- By certlficat 89, on profession of F. H. WalL of Kenanavllle.. Flortdei. Circuit Court, at. Kissimmee.;; before Florida Clerk', yon
-( John: H. Baldn of Kananvlll. .
5..e. and 7'' CttUaaa ',ventional rose In pink and green occupied faith 61, making a total.of 100.' They Florida , Claimant the llth"day.m..of..December..ltn.'I'' 1111' B.." .' Syr
Bank ,Building divided J.: Frank Tumblfty of Ix>koee, Flop H.noooll. 01 LoII..hm.n g.A
a most conspicuou place. were a* follows: Men 27, Ida FIeJ >*>
.
KIasimme.u Florid. I' FOR Mrs. .Henry Aultman exhibited an women. 28, young; paapjjt> ) and children \ ,. R., B.I.,WIlli. of Lokoa" W., DAV.S Fiona'a., Clark Cllt.,., Of 01 Loughman.Lou..hmaa. J'la.I3.FIa.I, F.!!Jam.Qesr..j. S i
ROBERT of XI..lmm. Fla '
if i-j- unusually fin* collection'of vase 45. 'f gl- t -- Resrleter. .,I .. ,ROBERT W DAVIa.It .
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DR. W. W. 'CARSONDENTIST varying in sli and A of the /,- R.gleter.
motif. A 'plate luminary work of .the NOTICETO. CRBPITOM.in .' : p
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Poiry/Buggryand/ done in old Oriental, ivory with red present pester, covering a' period' of coitnT-ow I TRIP '! TYOSCMOX.A JUDGE MOT1CK TO CREDITOIIa., ,

Offlc over''Pilley Building and gold band and j>olns.ttla decora. the: three years of his pastorals gave COUNTY TAT9. la C..r* *f'th. Cevatr Jades, -.. i It!

Off lea 'Hour S-1. I___ tionfr produced a rare effect. the addition to the 'church an Men O1' M.ORIDA. Venal y. State .t ..I........ . .
: I/Harness/ I. re Batate *f Mary 1. JUltta. Imr* II.t.: .. t.-Jm e.f.. Pr......
;'Offloe 'Phone Its Realdenc 'Phoa. ,
I 112 women 84 To all ,
people and chil creditor legatee.
Especially attractive the col- young dlstrlbuee -
Oaa Admlaltred for Kztraotloa wa TO all creditor, leg-ateea dletrlbntee : and. all y
Teeth lection of cake plate exhibited by dren, 101; .making a grand total of and. all ......0... harlnf, claim. .or . anr.acb peraon said* having estat:claim. or R u..
demand against said estatet \ You .
Mr. Guy Gardner, all carrying in tints 247. The present membership being Ton. and each of you" are hereby notlOedand required of you to are ..,.b,

CEO. PARKER . THi IS notified and required to prevent any claim 'and demand which present any
PRICE SIGHT'MUSTANG and design. Mr.. Gardner you, or
ti outlining. 423.The claim and demand -: IC agatnstltheestate either ''of you. may' have aralnat the '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, shown tnrjfced"talent.: money raised during; the (year ...ltll.r"of you may bay. estateVof Jamee.W! Prntlrdoeaed.'. t '
of L. Llltta, deceased lateof
,
Mary late of Osoeola Count Florida C '
Collections and Conveyance e. An exquisite dresser set ''in ivory 1914 for the support of the church Osceola' Count ,- Florid .(he un* :ndereiin.dd. adminlstralrlx or to Said the a
lersla-ned Bzecutor -of *(%ld etate.
and the' church estatewlthlntwo'
institution was year front tbs
with conventional from the date hereof. date.
Sp.cialtks1111I'Broa4wa7 ? bluebell decoration within two year hereof. -
I I: hown $6,601; for 1915. 99,101; for 1916, Dated November lilt.! A,' 0. 151/r. ; f, Iat.drOcR:' ee.. A.' p. 11 I.
by Mr, J. D., Woodbeck, elici- SILAI. LATT.4. : MART j7PRBNTiaL

<. ed :much admiration from 'the visitors 10343.. Total, $26.035. 4..lt. .. . , ,_, Ee.outor... 4tt.__- Aelml..l.tr.trl.1IN ) f

a:'r;. KRInt3L Z W. J. STBISI I., and a water lily plant decorated in Rev. S: W.: Lawler"'wHl'preaclTnextSunday \ NOTICB FOR, P1JRLtCATIOI'I.' CIRCUIT COURT. SBVBNTH'jUDlclal -

KR1BB3'&'STEED. morning 'and 'evening. The Circuit of Florida. 1qand for the v
For Lameness 1 old, green and gold was also a favor.ite. de-rialN, ., ..1.i&YD.parl.eat County of Osceola. In Chancery: G ,
Hi.
Sprains. new pastor Rev. C. Summers will
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,, W. ,
This Mrs. Woodbeck's tit T* L M.
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vra* first .John..on\ieomplal
Sores Rheumatism fill the the next .t the I. .H.r, 11.'W. ..... Park V a
Cuts pulpit 8dnday.CHAUTAUQUA
r..eca'b *.lnes. of all kinds. (!VM Iplec., Utica. at (j.I."III... Deer:, 11*. ren and L Pt.e n,.. .-.n.. -:.-... .t-.t.:_:__:_d. L. ri. PI'
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prompt' attention. Penetrate and flea!.. I I Mre. Eugene Bryan s collection included ASSOCIATION Notice t.1 "......h".. riven1. that Ch,;'rlKrecek .. I h.St.nj; |lchren-ialaa Calvin Buokel kno' and wn'a.; John* a:

tern 1111 North 11th Btrejty. >fvette. 'II:. Headley.. a. t..me.partn.r.* do- ;.1' ".
1 ,Offloe II and 11 State Florida.Bank Bide.Klutmmee. Stops Pain At Once j a quaint dish with conventional ----- Indiana, who. on Aiiiruet 11. 1511 Inll business under the arm name. of. .

For Man and Beast fusias in old ivory and red, A meeting of the Kissimmee Chauufiqua made Homestead. Entry N REt, of BWU Section 11. T -. 2k 5Oc.I. At All! DektL banded with gold; an initial celery set Association is hereby ..calledo" 'II South pflirTire 17 Bat. Tallahassee claiming: Interest under. J. B.!Simmon ;
r in be held at the HartMemorial Meridian he filed notice -Intention. ....Ordery '''''''
"- T. H. RIVERS M. I>v white and fold, and an exquisite to make ree-year Proof, to -establlehclaim Billso qul t title. of PPub;

cake plate with g jgtterfly band tint- building Saturday morning ,Dec. 16, to the land above ed. before tlon.To all whonr"ltO may eoncerni.:1Tf... '
,FHYSICIAN SURGEON Clerk of Circuit Court, at, Kljslmnee n4"nLdSn hy affidavit appended to ihe..V,'
LINIMENTTHE .J jed in lavender. '* at 9 o'clock for the purposes of electing Florida, on the 'Ith day: of Janu- the above stated cause thatT.

wiSlfle.4v.r Osceola Pharmacy t| Prominent among the exhibits officers and to,,>attend -to any .*PcS.101 lmi:.nt. name" aa wltn., V .' !Mr h* Ree A Y>.ondentj rivKrmn'ana,wm i aPlokrn*m-. Bowll.i her.' !'

P ....08.' .Reeldence M shown by the younger member of other matters that may'pertain to th* Valentino Brasmale, of Loughman: husbandg, PooseriL| Plckren also
< known ,Jf. Graham). and
I .. +a' Offloe 14*. the club ..* Interest of .said association. Florid" I Yf'all have John F.
... was the collection of Miss Rtlvan L. Ber ert of Lott bma.n. addree* unknown I*
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''l ,,, \ Irlo ide.J. the complainant or to the complainant'' '
"" f- Inez .Carson. Here admiration was . of Ix hm.n., "'nrI4"-." solicitors; and It also
'" I. Cox ) appearlnar by
w ZION'S RELIGIo.LITERARY so- !
r. ). \ SHOEFIXTRYFred divided between a salad dressing bowl L. Con ..f Ix uehman.' Florida. Bald affidavit that the said respondent
.A LEWIS > named are allover the
: + 'f :. i in old blue. Oriental ivory and gold; yoBRRT of tr'year eald*: It I* therefore; ordered "ki.
.. puuL.icATiOJr.Meran. that the respondent e
von hsrelnabove
:' S Herzberg, Proprietor a Jake plate in conventional design In The Pleasant Valley Zion's Religio- MPTICR named and whose addresses are un ;
.... ._ n.... ...1.,"' known, be. and they are hereby .' ..1
Room o.I..Nllq re
'IU' .t
( No.6, Fleming Building) pink, ivory and gold; and a delicate .
very
r'*''- Building. Literary Soclet)" stully programfor. Dep.rtmeso .f tu 1.t..rI. _. 11. .. Lead quired to appear to th. Bill or Com'i';.
: Wartfa .
Q Ave. almond dish decorated with bandsof ( plaint filed In said cause on or before oJo ,
Darlington; "
Dec 15
Jr J ; comprise! i Notice te hereby .Riven n..t WIlliam the Rule -Day In January A. D.-.1.lT.v'. .
,4 green and gold. Subject: "Unbelief In the Last W" Britt .ot Lnu..hman. Florida. who.on same being the,first day of laid month ; ,
II. 1014. made Ho Tnf'.t.4 ,Entry otherwise the allegations'of said Bill .: M.
i > Miss Ouida Mallows initial dinner Jnly '
will be taken "
and aa confessed
Days.
He" 011514. IOrSSWl4 J5E'4 by said reppndenta. 1>
J. A. TROYILUON. M. D. plates in white and gold, wer hand Golden "The laborer In Zion Q1C' ot 8W", 14.ctlon.IltfTnwnsh' p IIRouth' It. 1* further. ordered that .1..
'.i Special Attention toCANCEI text: Range II East r Tallahass.. thle order b* published ..once Ta week ...'1''.

t ; GOITRE! TUMORS and some, and showed excellent workman.' shall labor for'Zion; for if they labor: .-Commutation ha Sled 'nonel'of' rroof-,. Intention establish Klealrnmee for fcla-ht (,I Valley) consecutive Oaaette., week' a- new.pay'a'th. J,,.

d DISEASES OF TilE SKIN. ship.Misses for money, they shall,perish," t o make claim to the land above deici..b2r. per published fn *aldr County -of Osce. .

'. Orlando Office Boardman Building, V Norma Griffin ana Violet Central ,thought:, "Our :.surest reward .efore Cleric Circuit Court, at"KI..lmT ola:. state of'Florida-In said, County and' of ,rftneralolroulatron Ii-,,
.JanuClalmant -
8 to 11'a. m:; nee. Florida on the Utlt day of the : ..
beautiful choco.lateset'In Honorable Jkmee
s, Bullock displayed a W."Petkina
will come,from our .serving HimwhoTias ;,.., '
Winter Park Offic2 to -4 and e decorated-with ; -nam..rwltneese.tHenry pd' aald.Cowrt-and ae ''.
'to 8 p.m.'' s pl' 6mo pd ivory d small the most ample resources 'J. Popeney.- of Loughman Clerk thereof, and the lrlcr..a seat of "J1"'

.- -"F pray.of conventional( flower in red, with which to.paand who 1 I. moved Florida- *- .' of the November.said Circuit. A.Court D. 1.1 Ibis.. .the lt?day. J eTa.: \. y.,"

white a gold initial,embellished *th* I,by the highest ideal of justice."' John ''Helmberv IVottsThman_: nor.Ida tCt.'. "CC Seal' ) ', JV I* OVERflTREKTClerk : It ,- !:#

chocolate pot.. Miss Carolyn Fripp E1der-Spatllding will .peak several J.Armenlou'. H. Britt Qarrlaon of LouKhmarv of- Ixu-hman Florida. Johnston- 'A ,0-' latt.ollclt of. Circuit. ,ra Court.'i for. *j"> VJL%
..
oId'.boee'and' -
; MacDONOUGH letw ,
ALAN Bring Complainant.
: J; s* 4it &3
' your showed: a dainty initial powder box minute ,on .."Evidence of Unbelief Flori44 1 I I

<> ,Rcglatcrcd Architect b'elll ,like new.. ,All work done"in opallu.tej5, and gold Mis* Among Church People." II-It ROBERT W. DAVja R* rltrar.J IN CIRCUIT 'COUR'r'. 0. 'nIJII'BWIV. '1
entli Judicial )
r "', .. .,AJq) I. Clrralt Cewre * Mattie! in
'f, Stanford's and saucer for Osceola. y
.
fiartslred. cup County
f We enjoyed ,a 'very pleasant meetIng e.Ib .....1..1 (;1...... Oe elaC W. Johnson JnC nano v r, t.: .
complainant
";,I"Ji". '''J ,fir ENGINEERKBSIMMSB.l'LA.' r. . ,'; KISSIMMEE . FLORIDA conventional rose and green designwas Friday evening; Dee:.,8. Elder;J. ...ty Klerlto. ,' I.' Chaaeery Park; R. U ,Wirthaa: JiraTA.VTlckren -\ ,

Sal ,18t3td.: quite etfectiv ;.whil. Miss Mattie pauldlnC'' and Mrs. ,Theo. Smith were The-Clty .f KI..9;;;:;.. JI'1....... a Mealeleal POoser and: E L..Pokr.n Plckren! h.. husband, U, B.x ", >"
.,1", 1f ._ _. (also known a* U. : .M .
-
Stanford'showed a pretty plate with voted into the 'society; a.'member*.; ; v.Janes:., uer. eia << .1 ". P.D.| Gral.am)1; Calvin Buck*)* and-John \; "'''t.

flowers in Oriental ivory and' 0. PihMe. Pefe.da.t. Headley. a* former co-partner do ,..
"i;i ; com Meeting are held' at the home"of ne business under the arm' name of ;.
0.P. .
; .
t1't ; parrot Buckets dt.
,, blue. A blue bird pitcher was notice- It aopearlria Headley. and a* In4Iyldu..1,0: '
"" II. W Rummel, Pleasant Valley ;at by above-stated to and William Boawell and all '" (
.,.. 'JORNSTPr! &GARRETTFATTYAT the bill flied In the I persona .
able in this collection. cauaethat claiming Interest under J. B. Simmon, 'L
6:80 each
m. Friday. Everybodyis
p. James C :DIbble. the defendant I deneaaed
; or -LAW Miss Ruby Prevatt diaplayed two invited to attend. therein named. I* a revldent of .I ? State of Florida, but ha been absent
Offices 10.:11'and 12'"Cltl *n* Heal i sAwnlu' V plates, her first work tinted in old PROGRAM COMMITTEE. from the State for more than sixty tlon.appearing To .all from whom the It sworn may Bill concern of Com.:' U ,7:' ,

[ 4 ,, :.Building ivory with pale blue forget-me-not day State, of and Kansas I* now residing over at the Alton persons, ..thl cauae that there ar* ct'. "W"-" ,

i Ylealmm.s. 11L..f MACHINERY i These piece were Miss Prevatt's first REORGANIZED' CHURCH OF of twenty-one ". .nd--.1r 1. therefore awe or. volved.I.In.-* laJtprcc I : : : the In. ' ;" .
s- dared that said nonresident -defendant knownIX> .ndaDt,*, and that the .
7'
indicated unusual talent.I LATI'ER-DAYSAINrS. name
work and
be
and he 1
hereby required to appear of *vdT person eo interested are un-1 ti) t'
AND I expressed to the bill of complaint III." In said known to the Complainant K 1-.l.JI1\\
frequently and that' .
Surprise was J ,
Preaching service by the Pleasant cause on ol\ before Monday, the 1st. relief. I I. prayed In said Bill, of Com. 1'<. .
4 RESIDENCE FOR SALE ALL SUPPLJE5 by the visitors viewing these collec- day of January A. D. U17j otherwise plaint against such unknown Defend; +I:t'
I Valley congregation of the Reorganized the alterations of .. 11 will be ante' It I. tb.r.'or, ordered that .t"'lo' 1.
;*My re.blenceral6 Church: $lret. Wflte For jtton* at the talent shown by the memo Church of Jean Christ of Latter- taken a* DfK11AndaltaQau. 'It I I. further [
ordered that this .
order
and that the described ..
Keramlc Club
I ; "ETght ):oomeiA1'; modern I... ben of the Day. Saints will be held at the home o' be published once a week for four consecutive the Count,. of O.oeola proDerty and situated State of -II!' ..$"'.. 1,!! t
) talent should find expression in a week In the Klesimmee Valley Florida The North hTlf.Vr the ., t
North
; ,
;provemeat/rDoubl* garage.Terms tables H. W. Rummer Pleasant Valley, Oacette, a newspaper published In half of the Northwest quarter of See Ii .
' U.deslreiL49tf .L'a I I characteristic display, no two aid County and State. tlon If Township If. South iw ,j
,.... '/ w't Sunday, Dec. 17, at 2 p. m. This November llbh 1010. Tallahassee RaIl. 1*, s
East
.vJAMES W. LILLY. (being similar in any respect. Ct. Beat OVERBTRBlET.O'Br Meridian do appear n e+1 '.
( Ct.
Subject: "Gathering of Israel, Backto ) J. L., to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint
A pretty Social feature of the afternoon Clelk' Circuit Court.807cttor. herein flied on or before the Rule Day .,;
Jrusalem Before the Second Com Pledirer. "
I :
In February A. D. 1MT. the
,.. ...... was the serving of tea and ing of the Lord." for Complainant 4tNOTICB. -!t. the ith day of said month same) else being the f' :

...V..*/0 >.' af .. .' ... .... '[ ,wafer with the. membership' of the Elder J. Spaulding will officiate. AH and aid It Bill 1* further will be ordered taken a that. confessed this or. 'rat A y A .1.

1 ..'*' ;, *:- 1WEQRlfFIN! -club as hostesses. The Board of County Commissioner der be published once a. week f for '.,,'
. are invited to attend this service. In and for Osceola County. Florida twelve (II) CCln..cully."w..k.ln. the ,
/ wIll| receive bid. on If mile of brick Kissimmee. Valley Daaetta.newspa. .. .
itC.: METHODIST EPISCOPAL MISSIONARY road 9 feet wide with concrete curb- per published In said County of Oce. $'""
TALENT TEA 111111 Ml M 11111111111 iJL Ins:, up to 11 m. January Ifth. 117. nla. and of a-eneral circulation In said J 'T'i>": ,..,
,Of- Kfi'Staple MJJ8T*-may obtain full specification* County. Witness the Honorable James,
; '" by applying" to J. I* Oversfreet.. Clerk. W. Perkins. Judee of said Court and .," ;
I '' and Fancy I' LegalAdvertisements Kiss mme., Florida. Bald bids to be mv name aClerk; thereof and' 'the -ar 'J.
-0 R. A delightfully Informal afternoon opened on the above date, the Board official seal. of the said Circuit Court. .' ;4.
I : 'OLDRUBBER was the members of the ,, r w.rlhtlht to accept, or reject )hl* the let day of November.: A.; nli. ,->.," ?:
enjoyed by any and J. I* OVBRSTRKSBnV. r'1 ix.
: GROCERIES Missionary society of the Methodist S. ,t* LESLEY Chairman. (Ct. Cfc Seal. ) Clerk Circuit Court.ohnston ., '"'"
Atteat: ] A Oarrett Solicitor for Com
'COPPER Church and a few' friends, Saturday, II i III J. L. OVBRBTRBBT. Olerk. ilt plainant. 'tr44ttSUVHNTII 'k \\lf'It! i f,7f(

'''.' K*" Il-- TIRES BRASS "at the bungalow when Mrs. E. L. Lesley ,,,.+ NOTICE; FOR BIDS.TKS la Clrrvlt Cumrt .(eto ot FlertJa. 8ev- ..UIUC.AL.RCUIT..TATI ..iY"I'::! \+

p 'Free DeUTeiytcTftll Parts and Mrs. M. D. Alexander entertained Board of Public Instruction of reek Jsidlelal ['Ireall. OseeelA" OK FM>HII>A_ll'" THY CIHCUIT -' --, "
} TUBES LEAD I. Osceola county Florida will receive Ceeisity. 1. Ckearerli.Tb. {. COURT FOR owrn: <.L.A erorot' -. ; .. .. ,.'
.t i.of tf's City ' with a "Talent Tea." The more coaled proposal up to 10 a. m., February TIT-INCHANCKRY. jj"V,' "
: :;ROPE 6th, 1B10 for the fabrication and City of KII__... rierida a -M.. \ ' j
M '. "'. ::. BONE industrious of Hi. guest amused erectron. of nine lire escape for Osceola .1"1 C.rp.r.U.a... BILL TO QUIET 'l'J'I'idLJ'J; ),' .. ...

Ct 4' r tMOO'. ** f. f) ..RAGS themselves with fancy work while arcordlnv High School to and plan St.and Cloud Hitch School of we.Janl.* ....*.t... .....|..', and. O. C. T.. .. lathe'. C............ l".r..:\ ', '
** hall hour .C"Clllc.uon. ........ ... . \, ,
- lrf; : c other* chatted. A merrY Alan noua-b. ehcilta. her II; May sad "} t.
: _rl TO uS', wEROtiritonmr mee. :FlorlOa.The 01. Hardware Gw. a.y. a .c.... All swrileei. el.llas aa la-
l f N 41 f NNNNt4 fMiUlt was spent In completing "old sayings'when Board reserve. the right to ac ,. -"--....-....- ......t mmtrr llelea. Wl.<.\ v V,' ..' dM,

' ;.! Write for Prtcelist.sk ,, ',Mr*. Van Duzer was requested t bids or reject tel any or all 'bid*. Addressall ; Tt rln.ii4."lt appended to ales ..r. I...B..".Jeakjaa,, ,.t.* ,*-.,..,.\. ,

: 'ICI-LLER: ;, '' to'.read her answers, which were especially C. 111! TOWHL4: the bill filed In abov.-stat.d cause that.nle I fSmSm dsilhed la> the Bill' s, ''I ,I ..
::\ IIKINSII/MHDAltrJ Superintendent Public Instruction. Fountain Schult and O. C.Schulta .C Cessplalat Re.ped:. ,' ; y
''' amusing. The guest were II-.t her husband two of the defendant -..... ,., +i' 'f
: Real. Estate :Agency WE.MY 'JAcsoI U .nA. f further entertained by Miss Maude therein named are residentsof .t." 1 "
;: ,i iM Dl'PUSLI.CATION. : :
I CITATION OV ADMINISTRATION., the State -of Florida but have b..n ORDER FOR. SRRVIOal e ; ti :''jl;,
.'-.- Ailed Wagner, who gave an appropriate abaeat therefrom- more than sixty -
\ '---&J .f.- .. day and at residing at d i/f" + (
:I c..rt O eeela are present 'c. r
i ; i Real tty L.p..1; tokL *, by a beautiful piano I Ce>..<,.. State .f ....rI.*. Ploemabufr. State of Pnnylvanla. It appearlnafrom tb.'owora BIIVsf 'ijf 1'> .
and are--over ,the ass of twentyoneyearIt Complaint, filed In the above "tat' ,
# f Houae/ .:.* reaiand| : by Miss Ada' C. Estate .? Sarah "". A..... I* therefore ordered that aald case- that there are persons claiming. ... -,, 1I Ys '
You 'GrocerZOFFEES nonrealdent defendant be and are an laterest In the property whose.: rsf. ':oJ. t i\1
): TJieipai4.aid:Titles verified ; BY THE JUrxJB OF BAlD COURT 'hereby tr:1.10ln.: to thebill name and place of residence are unknown '
"for 'resldenta. 'La the .hostesses Whereaa. D. O. Wagner has applledto of said cause on or over the are kof lwentyons.e: ... \c:L''r.
y aoll- ,/ ,. < served1< .'sandwiches cakes stuffed thla court for Letter of Administration before Monday the >st dart: .Januar"l years and that tber>4* no .person In, ')ro_ "-r.--.
C ; A. D. otherwise the .. the Flortdaatlpoa; whom' the' ..
Fire;. Life aid Accident on the estate of Sarah J. Addle 117. State of .
Insurance .
; ; : { .data :aDd'tea;, :Tbe'Missea'Wagner.ulstidIn'serving. ; deceased late of "'d.count,. of Qese.ol. aidbill: will be taken a* confessed. bysaid. ....,,1". of Subpoena,4 labl. 'ease
' defendant. . be Blndlnc : :)
; ; i- -* would"
.
,- '' '
t' :: D.I" !II. .;'V/1' !"a'Tbosi'present ) -' These are,.'tl er.'or.,. to cite and admonish ordered fot: four It I. th.r.'or. ordered that an:tpar: Itie. MR: :..
'I udemnitZ. IIQJ.Jp:, : included Mrs. .J. F. all and singular th* kindred be published once-a.weeV con- claiming an interest UI beirej.leg-. ,.t.q; ,'ir
.. , "' '' '' : and creditor of eald deceaeed to be .ecutlv week In the Klfalmmee 'VaN ateea devisees 4111 lIraDt. and.. 0.' .
'' '
r .J ''.Vanpua.nMrL'C4N.PaverMre; .'1..wr. and appear before this court on. or..- Icy Oaaette. at nawepaper jmbllehed >n through lisle.. Wiggins 0" L..8. 3.-,;;: 'fP.I".. .
) I fore the if th day of January. A. D.lilT. aid .county and *tali kin. adeosaaed. or ptharws.) .... ... :f4'; I" <,
Evans-MrsW.: I* Wlnn; Mrs.' S. W. and fll. SbtecUon- any they --This November Ilth -1'U: ' .I>p.ar t. the said Bill Of CemDtsintllIi.4 ,,:)" ., '
Tfi t Lawler Mrs.'W.:.D., Mrs. C. b.".. to tbeirantlna. ; of Letter of AdInlatraUon (c,. Ct. Seal) 3. VERBTRBlET attbe onto. .f U.aa.rk of tbo- >
Barkam. on *ald 'eetate, otherwise Clink Clreult Court Circuit 'Crt at KIIIII'III, -., ;
y 1'W; Griffin; Mrs: H. M.JBvans! ,' Mrs. H. the same will be rranted to said D. O.Wasner. OBryan .. .Pledger.- ,>r L Countyp1 orida. _'or, before t"-C? ;:.. .slab:: '1 ;lr l .
to other at Solicitorfor. _plahIt.eo 4.- t day In J the ,'
or. acme peraon orPeWITNffiS9'my '-.1IInct. '
lA.'blark "
ftNTsninaend' + \ ;Mrs. E. E. Wells, Mr*. Wesley the .n..1D..t: )". A. D. U.'
; :name b'Cotnty:: Judse ortriB eI" Am.rfiA'rtoM! row TAX tale Bill .. ao eon'-.t.. !1
Miss Erth
4omhed st By Every Test < Brown. ,. Bnntt, Mrs.,. of the County thlth3lthf VMniCR' .[XTTIONSIfT: AND, It f* farther ordered. that thl* order; ,,
aorM&i1 '
f >'C- > I. 'Pp OBNRMAb TArUTICOf '- i be jmhllahed one* each -week ,' fo* f .''Ii, ,
unfurithb.d
Ind furnished. oft) .*, w.. l&RPaT> Tatii IITATH. or 'bORIDA.. twefv* *onee Uv* week. la the KlaS, ,j 't
IoMrtJ14" _army citrus "HICH STER 11.1'-0 t : County Judr. elm Valley Oasetto.. a newspaper tit ynbl
I.... ..:. th.i', W laf .
gr'aIagand 1 . : ,.. ; 0. 04 and & 9I.I'OtIIaUon! "
loraal.. the" ar MOTICH JPOBLPIIBIIJCATIOM. > -, 11'_,.i..i: ...bP'r Tau' CerdaeateNoe. County. l+rtor to ... Wi Ja.1 :s
a's: .Imporia: [from l II all 4ale4 air)" .c..l'1T. ,"f -''' '' ::: I .
iIR uhf raw PARLOR IstaUit ; Ie'e D.es at oft It. .......; e. l.. .. Itb .. "and,550. ; --- Acedsa1e \ mr'baN .adl" .w11l". .
: >t&fisctpeafai. 460' ,!ISM at GeJ'Itna- ....,,,.. ; . rtlpeater) my office and ha 'WliC.rt at KIoaI fh ur. ,".

Mia SUMsUKS. MaaasWt ( *t mowTthan to' 1914 amount-].'e' M tf&1 ;:.' I'i ,'" "' I '8 .. r; III ma.aceaFdasCn law.>Tax Deed ItiVk to,!**"-*** :. '.;,". A.' ''. ,

b.. at 116,000.000 ,In' <1916?'- against .. \ .__..__ : )iereb'gg&"ru.a "B&nftorIt. lull certificat embrace respectivelyescribe : *r;)Q. f Is ..... 0..1 art
AI .
Brasil '*'" '.' .
see. R il SaL5T -
itritl. \ .1)1n. : (
r HE". fIJIl ... }. for kLgaoI the followla..; laijdaf -
11Rtt1 of Chlatll1. chmrea. in 1914. ; i ..1UiIS1S ... ." ap.a.drfot. and-lretaT; slteyteEdlM" O* eola ..County. 'O. ,..>[RIBB*'Oellelt.ei' **v*'

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Newhouse, Mrs.. U st Farmer,. .,.. ..; ..
Notes mans, Mrs. Leitner, Mrs. A.'.Leltmer. '. ,l' 'I'. !'"tr .
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: Society
; ; ** Mrs N. C. Bryan,:Mrs Marion Car ,.r_ "'"" ... 't

3 i son. Mrs. O...B..._Fa11a, ..Miss Katie ,.

IL;t...""'k.. ," ;(Mrs, E. ,X.' IW.Ua, Editor.),, 4.w. (<.' Ruby Thompson WWdden'and,''Mrs.: 'E..Etb.l'wildet.Waring ,Misses ,* Si5L -.". ., ,. ,


.w. Request Is .... to aO patrs*. ....... Valey Gakette to ..*>J Its KERAMIC* a';
'tt 5edefy. Eveate, te. tke, Editor fee iwUcattesi .UMIIMIIIS .d..e .ttss. ; 4 I '
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. Mrs. Henry Anltman ... I 1 .
. . I II. It ,. . .. . . .. .1..1 S. H. Bullock In entertaining t- ;

1.Wi' .?.,MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB. discussion of 'the 'prevailing high amic Club at the Studio 1 : ,,
'" ernoon. tA the;close. of club,!'
prices and methods of lowering: them.
d ,j ,jpf.With\ an. abiding, quiet interest, Mrs.. S.:; ,H. Bullock led the discussion dainty sandwiches, wafers_ k J'1
' ,'. ..,.**?,Strivingfor tangible result In vari- after which ten women gave goodsuggestions. were, served. Mrs. W. J.I' ; .
'"ous' ways, this little organization is assist at the next meeting.The ',

"entrenching itself among the ',active At the close of the discussion the members present / 1 '
1 'clubs of,the,State. It is learning' to following resolution was adopted! Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Mrs. J. D, :
do its'part in the great movements "Whereas, The price' of foodstuffs beck, Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs. I g

a 3{ ".hleh.touch'our civic life;;. continues soar, and common necessaries ry Aultman, Mrs. Eugene Bryan ,
%' .' 'A recent meeting bad for its ''subject of life are out elf the) reach of J. D. Clark, Mrs. L. H. Ingram,

; N ."Home Economics." ...Miss Al- the poor, and in some instances qf Ines !"Carson and Miss Adah

4 ,S; r blna Smith gave a comprehensive; re those of even moderate meaha,-and * :

port of her work J with:the.Girls, Can. Whereas, Through the press of DAUGHTERS-- : : .
m; wing Clubs of Osceola county. At, the country we' learn that these rapid A businestmeetingT* of the t). : >' :

c this,,.same meeting ,members, of .,. h. advances in prices are not due to was held Wednesday afternoon, : '
<;" club: exploited their knowledge of' shortage of production, but rather to following officers entered : '
thg :
f, *, aouseirifely' skill in telling of tested corners and speculations in these their work: ; : ,

.. ty i':',1-ecipes' i necessities. of life. Therefore be it I President, Mrs. Junes P. .....
{ r.'t:* ,At 1thejl;bulnessrca eting'ot''. Dee. .8,I "ResolvedThat; the Klssimmee Vice-president, Mrs. L. I{. , v....'

r. ,'.+ ,a short: drill-in parliamentary* rules! Women's Club goes on record as protesting Secretary, Mrs. Betti. K.
y varied;the order;of things. against this placing in cold ; ; : '
l <<..'. Treasurer, Mrs. Made H. ,. :;
:
F.orthe current-events
r subject, storage and even destruction of foodstuffs Mrs. Helen M. Ev
1,,,;; Mrs., l.,:E.rl. Lupfer.cave resume in order to raise prices and add eRgistrar,
Historian, Mr.. B.:[B..: Simpson.
't:4: 4'$: of the State,Federation convention.Itt Its voice to the demand for a Federal The business session was ..
:..-',would 1 be."well worth' while 'for the Investigation of-the high cost of liv and line
,
ly Interesting a
{
''women;of ..lmm."" to meet en ing."
all earnest with good
present,
.;.rti.: :'masse to hear even echoes of this the The following request was also
the work.A .
r ;'J "greatest,federated meeting Florida voted and
unanimously adoptedby
.. ,;( .. upon social hour'was enjoyed .
ever has JmoWJi..a convention attend the club
..'. : close of this session when I
'':; ed by 400 regularly selected delegates, "The Kisiimmee Women's Club respectfully v<<
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ments were by
"f e \representing,more than 125 dub.i.tiI.II' requests that our Kisslm- ,
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;. '. (nearlyA,000,. women) and coming mee band give more numbers on their . I ..( r 11...'",
",1 from:'an area embracing: Tallahassee Sunday afternoon program to sacred EPISCOPAL 'It'..

it';, '''iW', and.Key,West;'yes, one delegate from music, as being more in accord with I TOMORROW NIGIIT. '

:,1... Cub. ";'1( the observance of the Sabbath, thus
f f %/rThes 4t vomen, bearing witness of standardizing the high Ideals for The women of St. John's Guild : I ; ,j

w ')1?e+ things ,really".done'nd not merely which America stands." have a musical evening and (
t $ r appearing OQ evidence ofprogressive Stanford and Miss Carson
paper gave
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next Saturday evening ( .
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march along all linesespecially' were named on the committee to present morrow) at 7:30 o'clock. I
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.( civic) which 'is simply the Mr. Shearouse director y
request to A silver offering will be ; ,
x ,poarv.Ioua'k of the band. the benefit of the Episcopal -1 F : ";,
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.confirmation of the scope of The next 'regular meeting of the Everybody is cordially invited ; : }: ; .
Y_, ;activities, it Is hoped the ;reader noted club will be omitted,.as it would come tend and have a pleasant time.
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"the'resolutions adopted: by the 'convention the day after Christmas. The next . : ''rM

'"f : as: given' in last. week's .Valley meeting *ill be held the second Tuesday ENTRE NOUS I JB,
01 Garette. in January.

'The':,literary meeting:of the Moth. The ,following recipes are recom- The members of the Entre ", "J;
Teachers Club- will be at'Hart &!e. mended by the )Kisslmmee Women's club enjoyed a pleasant .
i .' morlal'buUdlng, Friday p. m.-Dee, Club Monday with Mrs' A. W. ; ; ..

t : ,, 15.. Hostesses: Mrs. R. ,M.;",Evans andMrv.F.rS. Fruit. Cake A La Boycott Eggleasi her pretty home on Mabbette ... .

-_; ;:. :: Gilbert.' .The program WIU And ButUrlesa. Club routine occupied the .' 'tf'ji
'II of the guests till a l.te"hour ,,
+ ''t' l''t'riii.n.mWh.nr.i : and What, One cup sugar! the hostess served a dainty" ; 01''.r>"

t. k :Stan ',T1 or,".Mrs: :F.; 8, 'Gilbert.rDr Two One-quarter: cup.\ "raisins.teaspoon.,,: salt.' course.' No more.meetings of the 1 i J : : 7;

'.i- '.-rb / ma",Before:. 'Shakespeare," One teaspoo" H"iamon.! will be held till 'January.'2, .when., ; ".... .. '
'_a AlrB.fE..E. Wells. Pledger will entertain, *
One :
'i ; ;"' ,'f Th!*; tage'as'.an: Educabr Jtrs.Ji One-half cup 'wat,Cop shortening, Present.ori the occasion were?'' : :
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,? t .a" ;ti.;:Uveretreekv: .. teaspoon IT. W.:Morrow, Mrs. C. N..Paver,
One-fourth .
nutmeg.
,*v,*: v'':. >Oor Stag*,Today"Mri.Ingram.. One teaspoon.cloves, J. D. Jeffords,. Mrs. J.;L. a."v, ; .! :;

.. T JI'Maebetlv!',Miss Leitner.' .' Mix and boil in,a saucepan for three Mr.Mllton Pl ger".Mr." A W.' : ;: ; : :'i :".>
a-.>{'J4.r.; TSUnTey,'I;....;Bullock, Jr..' will minutes. .When cold add two'cups of and Mrs Harry Meetch.. J <
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... .? ;. ..., baking powder also add one teaapPon
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''d Cuirants" citron nuts; etc., may the first annual exhibit of the
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added
use more
lIio.. :! t... ; case mlc Club Saturday afternoon at '.
I ' -, ..t..'Mr;'' ncl1Mra.: W. H. Stripling, of Bake; slowly like-ordinary fruit cake. Hart Memorial and viewed the '

r at :4 1 ,JIo .Springs, Ga., announce the",, en- Egglesa Icing. did collection' of decorated china. ; 1i-.
,,x ::! gaeement, of {(heir daughter, Tina Two-thirds cup milk. Individual displays were
'.'!Thulaeto. Mr..Charles Lowe Persons Two cups sugar. the members of the club. These \ j !*

7i : .m Cf! .Kisiimmee, Fla., the wedding to Boil about ten minutes until itmakes plays were arranged on ;
take: place In January. -Atlanta a soft ball in water. Take from tables laid with dainty cloths I lop }4''.

[. 1 Ga.):.Constitution.* fire and beat until thick enough to centered. with cut flowers. On ,:, '

t t ,r.: .. Persona is well and favorably spread. FI.vo'r-.s desired. table near the fireplace, Mrs. S .. ." ,.}' "
','ti'J"j, : :' r known he .. He Is the brother of G. * Bullock exhibited a magnificent I ( ; -
i' .4 "".-"W, Persons and is connected with the BUILDING CIRCLE.Mrs. lection of china, including a l

"' Dollar,,Limit I I Store. He is prominent chocolate set done in conventioal (: '
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'' 't ";"\.'M! ,,'church work and popular with the E. S. Hall entertained at the in gray, old blue and rose; a :.... ,."
aL' r4 adw -yoing:people in social circles. Mr. regular meeting of the Building Cir- Initial dresser set in gold and -, 1': ,"

;.7'Persons' many friends extend con- cle of the First Baptist church, Mon- lustres; a plate decorated on a fJ.r.

,w .yxj/"gTstulatlons. '.on the coming event."i"A. day afternoon, when the hours were I design of gold baskets filled with .;; .a ,.
'p.v' e e spent in fancy work and conversation. I colored flowers enameled on a ; : ,
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T -.: ,4, !JI and hot chocolate yere served by the old-fashioned roses was greatly $\ :
f 1: '' , ",Klasitnnsee Women's Club met hostess and a general silver offeringWas mired as was a v.se. dusted :

:afternoon, with the president taken. (Continued on Page Eleven.) ( ) : :1] ;z k
., hair. and, twent -ftve members Those present were: Mrs. E. S.
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."4.1f"G.\.rJi"l 2. ,nnlf. -r'.....' The ,time was spent in help- Hall, Mrs. H. M. Breaker, Mrs. M. Social News Continued on Page d .-

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z 4MOTqERS.TEACHERB CLUB. ful discussion of the prevailing I
t prices and methods of lowering
"; : jf With an abiding, quiet interest, Mrs. S. H. Bullock led the Hardware !. i
striving. for tangible results in various after which ten women gave ,
ways, this little organization is uggestions.
entrenching itself among the active At the close of the discussion : ,
clubs of the State. It is learning to following resolution was' adopted: Bel Sold At -
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I do its part in the great movements "Whereas, The price of food I "
i which touch our civic life. continues to soar, and common
A recent meeting had for its subject saries of life are out of the reach 'I' I

r "Home Economics." Miss Al- the poor, and ill some instances p PRICES ;
bina Smith gave a comprehensive report those of even moderate mentis, ,
t. of her work with the Girls Canning "Whereas, Through the press ; ,
., Clubs of Osceola county. At the country we learn that these I .j. IN!
4' this same meeting, members of the I advances in prices are not due :
club their knowledge of of but rather To Jan. 1st.
',"' f"Cf. exploited shortage production,
t housewifely skill in telling of tested corners and speculations in : I l *
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1. recipes. necessities of life. Therefore be it ; I $
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M At the business meeting of Dec. 8, "Resolved, That the | jg
k a short drill in parliamentary rules Women's Club goes on record as ]
1 l UT AT THE f %
i' varied the order of things. testing against this placing in (' ONCE .
: For the current-events subject, storage and even destruction of I
:Mrs J. Earle Lupfer gave a resume stuffs in order to raise prices and ,
+* of the State Federation convention. It I| its voice to the demand for a
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would be well worth while for the I I investigation of the high cost of STORE[
4' Fi' women of Kissimmee'1 to meet en ing." I 'tjEi
+ masse to hear even echoes of this, the The following request was ,; ]
a.. greatest federated meeting Florida voted upon and unanimously
v' ever has known a convention attended I by the club:
by 800 regularly selected delegates, : "The Kissimmee Women's Club FIRST
JANUARY < r
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#M representing more than 125 clubs I spectfully requests that our Kis ;
4 n' (nearly 8,000 women) and coming mee band give more numbers on .
-,. ..++y (from an area embracing Tallahassee Sunday afternoon program to
efy, f'1' ..... and Key West; yes, one delegate from music, as being more in accord I ][
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k f Cuba. the observance of the Sabbath, E I SALE \ ; I
t 1 .::; These women" bearing witness of standardizing the high ideals i

+. ..*, fe things really done and not merely which America stands."
::1\.\,!,;. .." '. *>t'Jl' appearing on paper, gave evidence of Mrs. Stanford and Miss I ( ] /
rA progressive march along all line.Y1 were named on the committee to : ) ; f PRICES
) (specially civic) which is simply sent the request to Mr. Shearouse, I :
i! '.", marvelous. rector of the band. 1 'fiz
L For confirmation of the scope of The next regular meeting of 1 t. : Hf*.*
; i im activities, it is hoped the reader, noted club will be omitted, as it would I
the resolutions adopted by the convention the day after Christmas. The
][ SALE.1
? as given in last week's Valley meeting *ill be held the second
J" -f Gatette. day in January.
The literary meeting of the Moth- The following recipes are
'' ers-Teachers Club will be at Hart Me- mended by the Kissimmee j[ DISCOUNT '

n ,morial building, Friday, 3 p. m., Dec. Club: i
Of 15. Hostesses: Mrs. R. M. Evans and Fruit Cake A La Boycott- '
+ ,.t lira. F. S. Gilbert. The program will And BuUt-rlesa. I ]
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4 ,,! Jj ''ThDrama' : What It Is and What Two One cup cups sugar.raisins.Onequarter On These Articles:

eS ;It Stands For," Mrs. F. S. .Oilbert. teaspoon salt ]r ,l
pmt}a "The Drama Before Shakespeare," One teaspoo :""-mon .
c ;+ ".; Mr. E. E. Wells.'Thw One cup wn Reduced to $1. 8 1
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.i J' L. Orerstreet Stage as. an Educator," Mrs. One-half One-fourth cup teaspoon shortening.nutmeg r"r I 10 per Pair, Wholesale: l "" .;T4... r.

SSV* "Our Stage Today," Mrs. Ingram. One teaspoon cloves. I .
to 79c For This
a t I y't ,!'Macbeth.! Miss Leitner. Mix and boil in a saucepan for JJali -, ; ij
t rl.t'; .-'Mrs. Jtanley H. Bullock Jr., willVisitors minutes. When cold add two cups
1 r r' '; .JIZiS cordially invited. to 98c for tliis-Sa- k '
are
.i" .. flour sifted with a half teaspoon J ;
a./;,, .' CELESTE J. ,FRIPP" Sec"y.: baking powder, also add one : ? t.,
.$\0. * of soda dissolved in a little hot i to $1.39 Jorl.I1.;! ; "
d:,, : STR1 PLING.PERSONS. Cuirants, citron nuts, etc., may
} 4 added in which case use more :.. . "
/ Bake slowly like ordinary fruit I LISTEN tt ..-. tJz.;
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.it Mr. and Mrs. W. H Stripling:, of ..
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' Box Springs, Ga., announce the engagement "' ''' '
r of (their daughter, Tina Two-thirds cup milk. I : 1, II. e 'Ji/
11/;71' IS S: Ebuiae, to Mr. Charles Lowe Persons Two cups sugar i I l to 98c for thjs SHle :- .. !

" ;.. .. of Kissimmee Fin the to BOIl about ten minutes until tijSale -
'f. wedding : r Reduced to $2.39 for a ..
.Y t1w + soft ball in wat-r Take ,
makes| a ..
!"Xi > JV.NVtake place in January -Atlanta (I ; ]
and beat until thick enough t4
)('r r L'V'Ga.: ) Constitution fire l Reduced to $2,896* J6 J.
,\ r >III %*, Mr. Persons is well and favorably spread flavor as desired I ) '
"t''l t: ?','fitii.:01: 'known here. He is the brother of G. * l- new lot this week ( mainsjtkph; '' ,,,, j.
fr W. Persons and in .onn..dpd with theo KITILDINC C1KCLK. ] "",
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Dollar Limit Store. lie IH prominent .. ; I- *: .
.\ i , ,?. .T., in church work and popular with thee I Mrs E. S. Hall entertained at 1 ; "'
...1' *:*'y* young people in social; circles Mr l regular melting of the Building ( ]l : 'l n
", ; Persons' many friends extend congratulations I ile of the First Baptist church, ; : .. : .
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t r r'.?>' w+. r spent in fancy work and ( main store ) are instnicted' '-*; ', :yfj:
5 t ,+ tt: -KISSIMMEB WOMEN'S CLUB. Refreshments of sandwiches, ; ]l
,Y., r'; ', '40' and hot chocolate yere served by in the store at a DISCOUNT"<)lir .;fl :
-f; :Thj"IuInmThe; J Women's Club met hostess. and a general silver !'" '

as ''y5u.ed. y:Afternoon, with the president was taken. I ]-l ( listedprices) -No exception. . .*....:.. ...jr;
4 ;tpe: hair and twenty five membersTpreat. I Those present were: Mrs E. I h. n""I.r ,' ', 4
\ .i- The time was spent in help"T'6" Hall, Mrs. H. M. Breaker, Mrs I < '."'.
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