Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00782
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 22, 1916
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00782
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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deemed the. purchaaiiif'to b* too committees eunbenKMno,Tnla aa.wan aggrefatlon'ao H. :was "not;*m!>>i tioui ,!to.b 4 i:-o!'/(amour: ,.11.; would;not' ; Mr, andMrrYJ'J.'RicbardM'.n.rlowi: ;; : : _j

sntt rt 'ay rut night.the chairman nahU' and H. b:ted"meanoes t.credty"wu; ;,, ) Uco. 'and h'pOCn'7'r ly. escaped death.r't', Saturday .evening, .P.A. Via* ,

peytpi.d" t; eery a of; th" finance ,(W. W. Canon),, the Who Ho rw''/I%::ma oodiHojiealeJlBick; people,.-:eonv.' wben.ahe' wa-.*truck.bypassing1'earn now- 'one, of IachtellM ;

street;rwtit tie g; cJanraaalnf (A. jr., MacDonoag-h), and foiled the sorrowful, pitied thoK wtio did wrong;'divided Hii food, thrown txvtbV ground:and dragged, lawyers and naen of t '
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,1 .t ibuua committee, with power to > < 0 r:> 1ik.rl: ncs** of formation
M lgotifi to m4et tfi appoint aida, select the time for diatributlon -' .. He loyed the sea anjj boat*;'lll&hIWanal\'! '.1dIi'JloWeit and returning;} iiday. t ,, .' " (home;, ShV. '' f'aja--
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j R c ttjibutlafi'"ooof >rnak I yet but the it baskets aeemed would more/be than sent probable oat- lion of people who neverLiiini}Vre' iim red would<.mui belngr'dragged. bjr the .r It rmd Ia iethtag the tsrr,

y,,.ble'la.nrtow* I early Monday morning1-Chriitmaa iheJr live for Him. : .\ tA* ;" <1': : eoUar;bf;& r''coat.;,,HoW;shInrtant'death '* f t. tw ei Mtlrla j
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day.Fund. H. did not preach'oi: J I:.ierlhw r lie;Ipever.wrote a" book; -
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Avallablo. tasdy'oaimit. .tf Hii i.recorded W .d.. ;
'Ch tlrtmas'euid e.a: You.could .to 'memory" I ;. Fie'died brulses/and' will he staled to her.bed
II. C. StaMord, for the finance committee = : ; .
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fit .: day throughourtlreworld= ire'dite'puFlettertl" ; \f_. theyeitsofHai ; ( ,'Th.:ear.is Bald to'bay. been driven.
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'r5 iu pad tlOO from the Moae Club; that Mr. .' 'Ilia bi.toiy.pl Hit Me ;i.'p l ftted'J.SOOl&aig:, 'oKingsemperorl > ..4.nd

a Lee quit Jbdtore he atarted, and that pitsidenjtid; \ d6er.ftitesmefl:andAscbolusr; '. 'PE'RSON$ NO t ;K 'Tli . othtra are i
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E. Wells had ",or\ifd' like Turks" and Him=: abbeys, calhedrali. aivjcSui h is.'j -i1(1); ,: /( .Ki4o. mefl a s;'gdtt',1 Z, 'to.I ;'TealiopoIitrn tilts the stir '
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'rrptt fag j; < -1U S' a4t!!M.loni.mOwat- never sent tb college, never" Wt|I li.; wa. lulls cpunyy, ', and die I?:hiiiadly Ilrht..oft'n! ,;'D "'''Io pg'tl'e i *' wKietL witf spur; '
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:,bli>ytioJilid above) of al; Fount.Hit,.Jiftf .apd t!ealh;;'pa alerr.:pocW,. Cr\t? ;naizsA:,; ;1. .'.J? tf. "'w t;."r }t. J f tt ntoiiat >i illng '
JJ tki. 5.f'' urla.1pmdl' '; aicians'hart, gained ihilrliiuttttiBspirAtion.! '" :f't.i! d'&eat p!ndow.: ; ; :! >i<

4, 'i. 9 iii'iloa4btA 1 ::.Jt : 'Meadgaastere.vlralnt0t'efoom.at l&.this:wonderful! , peWect,4>eJ| ood.andthelvork: : 't_be. ,_ .!.i *\\T!fl.wtLlrltliir) 'to.'maeitfikfnitoi' : -ibkfif re.ds.e' -. *-. ,
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[roadway, bran tepdered to the Christ- and ideaL. T.) '-..* .e.,. .. . .. .,. .. .> W "J" eosr'intnerirrf'ele) :\ ; (*Theli',.1'duoiwdjx : m adqelii 11Mw an islhsiirjpo

: ;-7 to oiia'l1/h/ La* committee by II. M. Breaker -- (ScI ::: ;!.) '+ r.1t''! I \'.'.!:...$...to.. .', ,v7lJht. 'else. "t V'. t itf;' i eporCed.pefren|id thankfully acceptedi This will be .; , .,; ; 1 t,;.0. "1.",/ \1 :v-v 1 ?\' ** pet gtpt yyjhe gov n jtotho

Uiged a* headquarters by all comflt JbI: .... ,. .1 1Ite:'.Va 4i" Gaxetlo. ...",*lpert3{*, *i, aoetiapfs ..
, stri... x3Udtwli (1011. es until the. Christmas festival' mac.... r 'JII r 1"j jp I\\I Quested t iio ftd'$pltehttieF" "* "abouttlJs"iid M w42t: Qo t n.
, ) -P.! i..,' #..1.' Ikjis. completed: . t 4 1 1907. .Ho :war prteQlber i> et !}i i],, >'xnnk! It! waxieid, lhatwiart s1. lop 'eatbd:2
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::1J.t.: 1 taW'; rof. Evans-. chairman'of the' silo.m '. but raflttlaad: :trpm'a .d mme, bo7:1:i "th" appredston'of .\e )..1'i { A' i y 5,
t;'if.1TI .b 1t committee arlnonsicea: thief( as \VAILEY"GAZET.TE; EDITOR to'n and !tsowroa'Et:/ -taiW, r"d f+;rellp, delaaj t.h. endr of'Juett'' >. ro ett to{:nlr ..aQLrp4

nrJWS pt'.f'cr.m.t the? Christmas tni:,;; 1 J f;() 4ev t;(; '> ; ':J';. ,,'r 'tb""Ii{egiiertu: reluctatntl l eom 114teiedbtn : : fitafa
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t .H .'t The ominhtoe'In+ cb** .. ne8'bU n& irttl j Jaa'lstbe; ...e( newlpapere 'giro.Kol'ttJ bas atsronstbne&'held a ,;"'ftec .)i .l1
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-l i ; : 1vna I... .CI.t> fc> Dr. W. H. WU. ; '
:, 't30 ftd tlli' cork 9lightinne .f J.Is" *. ta. w.ri<" (a. ... Ue_ and Advertising'manager' ofsth.tlt" .the poaitlo, ot n w* Writer \,! rgiartrobably"tbe: ;; alt i
"'; .i :<; ; the" Leileytwoo : (r) "star KIbll P.a..t.I rutty'; slmmee Valley '.Garetta? ,,will :lf $4c .,. ' 1 bto'S* ..h'b "iow :wh. robbd; .t 3 olldr I.trnU"tn t Stateyrand ivho't! p. hid'

.:.' ::".'T 7&; t./f"\/O< .I'M.r..1.. bT'KL.IrrN ..... P., Moritx of Ta"par of'.who/.theTampa thpnewepip4lbuefesa'ai: '"..... '.in ,"teICttf. '. .ua d..ft; ::4D'..alt trdv .
IZ hair prddri.d'q Tribune.. < regarding k 4r. : b'. d 1''c t''
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!'t. "''O(' r:.JI'' tine. JL'R".' .May. v Merits'*'.approaching. connection'withth.JVaHeyG : ,'' ; .. :';;.'b'.':?. I" -.. 3 3MraLykxsv
;. .,fuedhbyjerrg 1:101I.: ... U. .k* ......'! fcy :W. ;wbomMt., ,MortirigQeeda. \ : 'o/"i' .. .
:, been'brought: ."'f *,IfIaI.reti .c tM r.......Ora'". .: U.Ul, ; .1C'<;: 'tt? ','leave! Valley CrQttr to become I aaalNtt."! .
W i........ 'y' Mali.PIikoritz for;th., 1U\,,five i
f .nc\[..+will. erected.'on "' '.u-t 'c.-.rt' editor M'the Mulberry,,"Herald Th.1Srae'.toelr'I pf .
:, ,4'r ,.;'beweeJ1.. JCf.b'rto: .c*.J'.v".I..t'" : .Cae..'" y.atts.:ode;: of.Th..Tribsnera: .,tppes.t. Iit'Polk'eouhty'; ;' hadiprr icqulrod* half curled )itJi;; a0) 4tiee.' Ja t. ., .
)Jr 'brugt5toneh4: ting.experts,. closedy-avcontract ealt' ;. eertala'19si'.t1ti L Wit1&t pt
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: ? I" r -: !", nnub"..>;possible o (with W. B.' Harrl*,'owner of tbeKls: equipment>> ; .in* partnership."with; E!:- 8.- t O .wlth41;JIG kW J jTteI1Ags'

v\t w t:4nai (1Jdda ..wilt.; : be used I oftI.. ..11'1- <'.-n slmmee Valley Gacette,whereby?Mr/- Feneriicht, who now. hM'\yi' Herald hoit.teidoetypr7\\u he'tatl/A J ll'.x( hkh' iBtd

"".; \.r.-.t.. : ; ",," .t.. / ..... Merit 'will become editor; and man-, and who.l an old-tlmk *: 'T>u+rvittarlotblf; 11ldvr'aboot'elfew +:
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a'iee' M'rm'l er ForSOO.tlnfl .' I"I. 1'.w..f 1retNeb.r" I' acer: of that publication beginning sociate pips ; uhJi,11J''f, ,,,I: ege.'iatmtis""t.t.d .! Johnsa
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\. < ,r). fcy' KtaalMMM M..l.. Club.ett. of Mr/'lt\tipp. .Ab ," f':A':m *. of the.gene .T. 'K..I__ Ce.n January I, 1917. Mr. Moritm has a the Utter time orthiwilL be d" 1'1' nn'kIgwnrperpDa! ; :;:.f1ae''PUb111\: \,. inaed elver"ttur2ltpfp'1S
\E inniltte t dee host of ,friend in Tampa who :wish i shouldd ben'tbe tiewt .f'twdi.porti' '
i 1 4 .,l nightchildren voted, however, t6 bid farming" :and : : t0 may; k
1. ..' de .' uj l.f I\\' for the1Ch Cka .... All' Y. Fatbt.l" N.b. and believe that he will male a sue-' grove interest in'Cialinmee-and"at (jt.pcte "uC/tte"11.d/ : ho+y.kglaMF! .

s ; \ t dalent 1ot',od ). fcy KlMlHBtr K/r/rre.Male CenOoatln. Clvfc.MlMt cess in this new position. .. t' Thonotosaaaau JUn., Fripp and daugfcr< ,.efp' .'t"i t cartf 4f! }y" t r"'t lrtn'M'. tddntlonaf : J ; 01 m1 j >Ln en .;Dtyn tq0ditbulkheajlil

,f' t f. was detobe( th fcy "Mr. Molts has been in the printing ter wili'remain.In, KiMlmmee.at .ifeWarl,)".',!&;;APOla1ll". ...- ... '4

I Miss ''Anne-$.' Carson' t ( .ed.il. Page 4.) business. In Tampa for mint \ the< end. qf. the ccheol term. hut'l1DtIl \pelpt.if r'att!t1ie; ; Y I; # 'yr.1netmti 1/ : oho '
II, -: 'aliy ,ul'llluIauppUe.' be dplace years at one time being a member of 1 I 'e,1' rII""J"' "l A\4't.!"!fsr tdrnM7tiight '! situ
.''fg' ':;'" 'the"uetro'fhu- heoShcto: X NOTICE OF THE MAYOR. the job printing firm of Bulloch AMoritx. : : ':dll.ctaltpntiolwt.tl'rr ; .. toraeagolrl rom ,

',, .. f!: fbItiiit1eiwUT. etake ( eby Itf ve notice to the public He ha been, a printer, on KlssI' fl ee'Gu1hnIUhitI! Dente: ; +it' idT: : '\ .{t'.1'i .ti r

i twa426th. TTji*''met helrty oadway, Main, rack, Clyde the newspaper* of this city during Hail Meraorial'Building., library I?Newtpap6ni pnbieitl/wtac') .:. I'Tf1 'w. nikbeadprl. "' h ion: 4 ibnllt'Il'
"'":::i :1m'as approval. '. bbette are the principal thor I most pi his residence in Tampa. He rgading-room, resrtooTn;: ;and general ads\ both'jh ti.ur.1c." :.'for

l".yi i ifJIa"nulalf,Com *JtteX KlJ e streets and I will not allow Is a prominent-union 'man and ,waoresidet community c nterior.: lidomts! ofAndvlahxi .ntboi'tt r.. _, osdtafitdrt5ej'd ; teol3ttehrnulfhln.:11 "
1 ,Jg.i'uCsatFinar4.MaeDoliongh: ) ot *barge of any fireworks of any of the State Federation ofabor -,* .to KissIjjJmeV, Visitors"eaD.=] 1.,... (

..t. (copimttes{ (Ita du. ion through Christmas ardI. <* for two consecutive terms end- oially fyejcbnie.; .. .. ,., ., ,..'. { !gh'.is,; l'Iteri"A.'t,"(?xiiltas.nd ttlpstr'Emtieyldg ' S
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y . d ably'ievetxf Snore the "busy season coming on WUORATED .AUT' CRUETS: IMMEE'S . .'f. .:, .ft..... J.h1t,. ...,l'Jni'. Ti ...,, r.. _. !; ,s aiapeq't lgk4 ,jont r A't i p
j hats The 6'c0D1P.r iod mans people, a* Well as so ; .JL ,. : fcHRlSlTWAfc TREE." ** J JT .. ,11..0. I! ,0' f.fA silc) ekt nt eon2 SIng

\ :}, '. pool. children. on the st A.t \ .. ' t l54. g1I.beInefnded protection; waust'be I lockedny ( ;; "* VWhen it was p'topOseJ3o nave*!** b 3f ros e tip

; tbe t ige.pjhic'ty auto' or motorgycle'that Ki..imroee., tK.$ VaUeV Gazette) wrote'to" MISS ZONA: CW.E.' thor . 'IC'fl ROT;; rrAYtfoNIGBl
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>naply: with'the limit allowed FrHa ahip V IIige.''a +.a..JaoSl .z' .. ,
4- nigh deeited,' of'the'celebraAd; toriesVabont'; : ,; ..fj v r i r '\A t" ,'. t
: t ours two inpd nok'leis'tbah ;$!(''and pdplar bookend requested permission to print in our coJiimns-one :l'D.XI.alntnM.; -iC 'i3 3 -. them eklea drvin) _. whlle >*peed- of her Friendship Yilade st<*ie ,t-A'.Great Tree 4e cnbm.; .....that not''play."tonight., Jot iwl''E 4ywo'r; ; 4'I3: !BS ZO SSSk y

't. tldety hadittt ne. ;lint person drlvi tfajin"7a. .,.community i rat.cpmm..utT: f ristmatlre,. .ct"" i" .. Thtr'lita 'tl'l't.,buiyU.. ;}T.1(* o>i thit 'ti'th tin5c'i _
.. :# bri bif th4t tate- .411.lntbx1' >tidnrrhed r" Misp.J C,e'. t+&, P' Jtaethq:'witll'7her: greeting '!o'.Xba&DpDelud'u s1neu l :of -. .t t.i. f'l\\",'ul mbeiii, rupeetafiX 4 a t1 ; S- i
a eclcless drivec! ::and peIois Wiihers.'the .. : ?3' expetffa tg2p11 r QttU
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1i'baQ''aedsted't Hal'pet (leal than 125, '"T e...!rBlesrfied.ont Ian Comrjariy of.New..York"aIsp;: granted pennissTon---by telegraph.It "'OOr trndet.taj.wnglq; \ tr.lm-; b lbead _ty /R "
_4 : \; *-$a Vtake, doC was, wUnded to.prini."A.GreairT; .*.''last week: but if'was 4H 'tbeti.JlJ alei. ppdariug"Ftheinlelyei : : : -- 1 eta y,

J attd'governe ;:yotrrseltisMayo. crowded ..out by .llgerttementsir, prmtin permission:'toot being .recmTed :foybiM j'd; IJ {lt. a. 11 r, !.' .;"

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'$i 'J'. W ... ," Werrlibltiq'the; -week TbJydeVghtfuTttorywill be found. ba pages tree.lo.t'-r. .i. f.fVJ'jf.1f.1'be N ,' .' i urty4irh1 J bulk
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-: ; .'* POSTAGE. ,; Wi ,: Dee: 1_13. ..)I9I|&-:. -, I bandatahdTHR'cIockroneoosl : ; : at.. corillleateiitgaingt- tb.In'pay vwfh.. .t' < ,
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's: ELijX.D': II,JSt.' Clouds' De pY-aTtpifa CHARGES INCREASE' H 0 ought of PORTRAIT*

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) ':'" .. .": : : 'Y ..,,..NJCW8.iN. .,.'. . N01'BS'Otp. ... THE.tWONDEE! mnat" ,... h.., 'ua'OWN'. .. sad regulations on .railroa 4s took 'ef- ,r1 8 UDltlv,.
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rie.t"Ha gain d, Feed 8r'UlULllDru.N t It now 'co.tljto :
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} !\ : I permit freight!vt4 remain lit ''ears; d come description' an

C n>.r Broidwajr 1irdDetlds b.- Mr..and,Mrs. Allen of Prov brother,,,Charlie..Johnson,-at San*i I after forty; lgnt boon.. fo jof Xtxlco th t SI States aad terh -
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' vi R.; L. arived on Sunday; and are .1.. .. FU. I''Und.r: "the former, .law 'or.':'regufaUon ri mining U the
.Ue; : n.Ytiur-Nozt; : (Ordw. Fpr\Feed' antly'' located in .the .*Cut ". .Cotta .. F.;. Smith building- aniaddl:; consignees were allowed ....ntr 'm Fof"vegndustry) of the"eounrpfr'oR -

::1.."" -1 4i' ....:: .. .' J''. t jW ,,:. to... : 1; on Eleventh street, between. .- ; .to hI..toN on, Pennsylvania'av.h. two;""111'. \in 'which' '; ,to' unload cars; 1 '
and Wisconsin ...nu..., ., ..I'-- bat now they; are''allowed only; forty ''PUBLIC4TION.#

. . . .' .. '.W,'.S.: ,Alyea; spent :Wednesday; .. W. N. Garner I. erecting as eight hours, after which' demurrage ., t b. ...;M. V. e. Laat
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'- m_._ ._ ___ at i Orlando'' on'business.; ; on Seventh street aad Mae charges begin and increase rapidly; ow,,d au..ru n..
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'r< . I .Mrs. Clara Sims .went to Orlando ; : avenue The first day the the i a se. ri 45In
.; : 4. : .. I '!' : I I I ; charge ll. $1, sec. h. .
THOMPSON : I I Friday; la.t to spend. a few days L., Shambow.'who has been 111 ond day; $2, the third day f 3, the .t.. of r the br",, riven heir for that the Banner heirs

,. ;, .... .47 OBRYANATTORNEYATLAW" friends.. ,' a few day., i. Improving rapidly. fourth day $5 and each succeeding o Tobll"'tTona" ,. d.c......'". of Loko.."'
on NoTCmber 14
Miss Eda L. Epple was visitor Alexander and daughter have day the charges will be $5 per car.-. : ym.ds id Kntr-. No. 0711;
f.al 7 Director "f 'Waring:Building.:, 0'w I the ,Vreeland Nurseries on . ; ; a house on Pennsylvania ave The change .was made by order 8 S.Wes Bw f Ilad" It I of E..abctlon TalUhaMee 1,' Townehlp Mcrld- .

._ . ". - iMr.: and Mrs.\ Brown and son where they expect to go to house from the Interstate Comerce Com, I III' notice, of Intention tdrr ,j t'
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year
> Proof to eatkbllehSm'
',, "r daughter, Floyd Brown"and Mrs. shortly mission, and will result, it Is .believed,' 'k !' r. I '
c CircuitabCourt. at KJdm
t 11YQ.! Dasen arrived last week from I and Mrs. O'Bern W dnes- in hundreds I "ori!! -*.
d: ,.. I Fa spent releasing of freight car flortfa. oa, the lItb day.. of...Janu- .
ettevflle, N. Y..for.the winter. I in our city. Mr. O'Bern is State in every section of the country, thus lilt. .. /
ICENSf:; RMBAIMRtlhipilbwtrt ALAN J.MacDONOUGH: : almit, t names as wltft@.eal.:
. . Mrs. W. T.. Barber and'little of nurseries. relieving the car shortage. which;:has "s, Walt of- ke: / n.vlll... FlorIda.I ,
(.. "J f:Registered Architect; krr'Virginla'ot, Kissimmee were L. C. Biddle and Fred B. Ken- assumed almost alarming"proportion ?,,? ft Balcden.. of Ktnanivllle,.

.;- :8, .. ..,'' ""'f' ........ .;. . .+:ATO.THRASHEt . , IANENGINEER I ,, .', 55 Cloud) callers on Tuesday. both received a beautiful present in some places-- and which, it was be- .j
A -. J .. .' The Christmas exercise will be : the ,proprietor of the circus leived was laregly responsible fr increased l lp

,,\- ,. ,, ..,"_". . ,.:._- ." .'. 1.BRONSOM BU.)G;'' IUSSIMMBE.. FLA.. ; in' the M. E., Church Saturday .' visited our: city on Tuesday. prices of some commodities.; l-lt i J I, ROBERT W DAVIS.nevlster.
'l '>, at 7:30. New England Association will
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Mrs.; W. N, who has Dec. 6th at the Ma-
Garner a banquet on
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e :'WORKERKUSlMMKt. fat--Johnstoa.: . . ,0.1, ,'JlIBEys11flCTAL ill, I. very mueh'lmpro.ed. Han: r
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.,, .'.':. ........w Rook M'.ea111 ; Circus in town Tuesday and no' first number of the Alkahest
?r -, :...r' C.mnt..d: ATTORNEY ATLAWOlflcN arrested. Peaceful town this. course' was held in the G. A. The Favorite Stab /fwtmmee a

.1sJ111Md 'r4je+lt; FLA .10. '11 and 12 CltUens :Baal. Mrs. Dick Bower and son, Hall and enjoyed by all music

' (':;1'8' " ' 'BulIdlDC'I., are____._spending____ . week_ ._.with. _ .'.Mrs.___ _ .. . .
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r' fir '. I:a,JARRELL'! _' KISSIMMEE MAN. $400. PER YEAR "
,.' t;.'. t'I'fOItNJta.T' : ;; +LAW : . "s'w;: "- c : ..- .' FURNITUIEIWE [1 u
FOR 'SALE ( "* } ;
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y. ,_ :OMe tr.4:5: '' ''an4'7: 'cltbe .eJ. .
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,-.yo"," BattV. Bulldinr. My; rMtdenca, IU. Church streets? I' .
( fifth let hair four-fifthi of less.
*-making a an acre or
acres or
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c:. 1*.ntmmeo:* Florid*. 'Eigha'roou... All modem .lea '
house and barn reduce this
The space occupied by ,Mr. to
,* ( .' > '. proresienta... Double garage.Trrrn .' I thr fourth.. of the' about $400 into .
V : dealred. an acre- bring a year HAVE IT
WL W.W. CARSON : !
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>. -r* ') ,r. ; DENTtST "49-tf JAMES W. LILLY. his pocket.
. ". : Mr: Lankford doe not do this !. Of these he raises only ..
t'. .' iiJ'Cem' ,. e ow PUl.rJBul1cUDc; . enough for his table. Nor does he d chicken Comparatively few of !'
':.t . eeeeeeeoO'c.w.rIFFINStaple . ,.. . .....
.', OIn.U.unf' 1-1I; 1kr -- -0. . hi* fowl and ellfind their way to ,
; '" >oeo.. 'P"OD. 11. RMI..Dce "Pheae 1tek "
o "!I'+ .GIla 44.aa.. recl for MatraOUoal Orange, lime, lemons, and are what produce the income men- ,
I r T_tn la coaoectioB with i ear MUwtra Dae we cam a complete
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I ..;{ft .:' ;* 'GEO F.PARCELs : : : tioned.Mr.. Lankford has about 150 tree (or plants). 2 I limV-Uees* 4 Ka* .ff&i itae. Wo "make' Jawdafy of ontfittiag homes, aadtandl ,
vJ (Lemon .
reliable
. ..' ,., tArr'ORNEY' ..iT.,LAW';,' I ' trees 25 tangerine orange trees. 12 grapefruittrees .It shy
and and bushes.
..f FancyI'oR9cI many guava "
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'.: t Cofectfonaatnd Conveyances;. ; .. MORE THAN 100 BOXES OF ON 25 TREES. Bed Room Furniture Di D'ing.
VTfe. Specialties I ,;'\) : Within the last few days 74 fruit have been picked and packed ;

.:.U ,! ,w f' . ..>, '>11 V* .8r0a4waF {, i j: from the 25 tangerine trees. Mr. estimates that there are 25 more Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Parlor J

,,, .t .., . . . boxes.yet to gather. The Valley saw the trees when this estimate
4! lii,/.: .I!'.,t tine w. Z. hT JII.t ; !S Free Delivery to all Part was made, and he believe there 50.than 25 boxes remaining on Suits, Odd[ Chairs, Rockers
.tl't'i KRIBBS ,&C STEED, t'
I the tangerine trees.This ,
of the
""G', ,ATTORNEYS 'AT LAW ; I. City Couches Etc. ;.
I i. is an extraordinary -an average of more than four ,
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t.I='pthll' s' .of all kinds 'glve boxes per tree. (To the uninitiated, be well to say that both tangerine I '

", 1V 4.Rr 1 f; attention.w ". 1 I. trees and'tangerine fruit are An ordinary orange trees u a sort '
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.otAottIl1 and'it sut Bank"Bldg.. . of Goliath compared to a tangerine This store U makiaf.a1 itctti K, ibelf .in the matter of j.

....' *.:_*.""". J W' ..,lmine c _..If1Qr/4a. ', Winds beating on the heavily have caused serious break- helping people to eutfit home Csae..aid tea. Our price are

. .>). ...... ,,!"' .:.' .. .t . ,.'. M., TILLER, age of more than one-fourth of the trees. Mr. Lankford was away ripL .. :: I t
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t.\, \ '1 T" !J1UYlRS.; ,',.M. D.. five months, until after the damage and he had neglected to have i ,
ioII tr'' 1t':;. alp :-'Real'state"Agency. I the,trees propped with poles or with ropes. ; C
'. : it "' YIctAtt iSURGEON ........ ..:. ..... ....... TREES ARE YOUNG BEARERS. '
lNGINEERS-
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TOOLS FOR
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,i {mice(. pver. OsceolaResidence ; harryucyi, .. Realty bought and sold. I ;There j i. 'only one old citrus free little grove.-an orange tree. The ,

.' II. Houses rented. other are in' their:fourth .bearing "are seedhngr. Mr. Lankford .
Office 14*.,, ; ']Taxes paid,and,Title. verified planted the-grapefrult from seed fruit eaten in his home. N. matter what kind W u Etgfae.1e. lan,-Gas, Steam, ..

.' ; forvon-residents ;a 'There are ten young grapefruit eight or ten young lime trees, and Raik-ead or Stationary Eafis*-n kav exactly the Toots yes; '

13. . '"M.:D.HJSiL3 ; ;: :fire, Life 'and Accident, In* I several.'young! 'orange tree*-.all '.u"S's bearing.' .. need in you ey..dal..ort;: =WNlcla.\IIuma.nOiI., .*, steer' :

!,. .. '. I I.k.d's'( a'K 'lurance.< *y. ..., o" " BIG GUAVA CROPS. all of 'the bett'q1Ialil7.dolp, : andf.at prices that wUnrprfse :=.

r .",'. ''-> -o..ur', r. tt jaice :.ludemnitw IJOjKIJ... ;4 ';o.1'. .t.It' ",.,,,,' ,;; .' Mr. Lankford guesses he has 1 00 guava bushes-the Cattley variety T." ThU stor tu ftt ..,_tad.. of aandliaf only .1"
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f. ., ; r: -Boardmaa. BvUdiQ?, .....Iy:. ""' ,,,.';d'',', c\\, \.; " ', ,' .:: -big'red' and yellow fruit.' He a* much'' $50 worth of hardware that U. of nperior ..aIiIJ.d;; you will. sake, 'ml-. ; .
: ..,,. ...... .....Ipppo.. ... .. this fruit in year. buf most of it His bushes bear
: a (
waste. guava two take in coming. here NOW.ui faupectiaf oar bit ttoclb. ,
+" WInterVfSrie Office- .'to. 4 rand. .
..A ,I a ' 'eSHtET5 crops a year. The yield alway*,i* in the springtime.HIS .. ..
,ltf{ gird p.DO.I' . /pepT'6mopd'; i BANANA PATCH. "

..:-;, 1 ti Sr .11. -. c i W... "-.,.,..,.'.',IlL,,,., .. Asked about,hi, banana Lankford said he kept no record : y "

., of its quantity; that he gathered virtually throughout the year; that Osceola Hardware Company
1.r. , he had taken two bunches into the day before; that he always found
.r\ ';.,. t ill City Market ready sale,for them in Kissimmee had shipped any. .

4t ire .. The banana yield had not been would have been he naid. because : .

..( ..",,#1.. they had been planted too thickly. cut down a number of banana .. '. A ,

,: r Fresh f.loridaand plants the day before for thinning H' - - -- --- - -- - - -"I-- .. --- -- .3a
fi.l LAND IS NOT RECOGNIZED AS SOIL. 'T .

''t 1y (I" . FOR EVERY BINDER Western Meatsof Mr. Lankford's "grovelet"i sense a "show place." In fact. r,d

,,. .a. HIGH Gr ADE CATALOGUE its citrus production is all the more, because the land is not what "

y!1'I'....r*' .. 4 PRINTING any citrus expert would recommend land. It is moist and almost is May.StoutLumb 'Co.

.c...iw\\i", '..", *.. I i all kinds. a part of what probably is the lowest in Kissimmee The water level f ,,
--r \' CARL W. HILL under his trees is not deeptr than below the surface. The water ina '
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/ surface well in his / DEALERS IN .
..di yard was easy this. As well known, high land is 4
84'e si phone'yo r .orders always recommended for citrus aUKind' ''

't\1\ 1-" and The land is well drained on the ,,however, to a depth of a foot or louse'rBuildingMaterials; of

.'ii.. ,. . ," . they more and has a gradual slope patch which is on the lower .
M',...! -' will be side of the lot. s, ,t'

I4.N.:: .. TI promptly Mr. Lankford use no but he puts on his land all ,
, -t1 : humus (dead weeds, and other he '
d hvered grass ) can gather. All vegetablewaste Novelty Works: in. Conitection .
,nw; tf'. ;)A1:'live r rd.own.t. : to act at o_ !1rft. w . I from his home. goes into the He also uses a small amount of w., hAn

.;{ ", representative.., ,Earn upwards oft # stable manure. 4 ire ask is I let us figure-on'your estimate F

,. Aftydoillata'per'' we.k1' during y6urapanrWe. Phone 44. Mr. Lankford says his little "stronger"each year and Courteous. Attention 'and prompt Delivery. tl
.... ; ., Writer top particulars- that he expects it soon to yield a of more than $500 a year. . t .
If' He is 74 years old and is a though he has lived
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t.J' Don' }Walt-Act'l FlraC: .. I seven years in Kissimmee. He of being a "scientific"twenty farmeror Phone. 21' .';,;, Kissimmee., Fla,:, .

t' 'i''It-' I' O.d..;+ HARRCNGTON I fruit grower. "",.1. ... I' ', .
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1t SHOWS HOW SMALL TRACT
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y';r} .: ,CAEBUOETORS. -MORTORf STRAWBERRY PRICES The main point to this story i. '.what can be done on a small ... . -
.r-t.t t I ,1 f;'ACCESSORIES tract of land in this vicinity. .
, I 000 000000..000000000 c ocoo-t'..t.... .. 064000e4004006W t :
1t: ',, '-S41-5'' Vorth. Crawford Ave. AT PLANKITY DEC. 18 Likewise a vegetable farm .of in Florida is too much for one > "* j .
'CHICAto. : :
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/6\1; \ 'man to care for. :
'; I" "' : ... ,. ,.. A small grove (citrus) well i. >
t ,: The: plant City Courier of Dec. 19 more profitable than a large one Holiday Excursions t
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'ijfb ( : r' indifferently tended. I
I?' . reports.that strawberries were brinal _______ uuu .
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II l ing .higher prices :f. o.; b. then than atr: ..
for Christmas '
shopping1. ;
YOUR CHILD
: } 0i any time since'Nov. 27 when the second -,. IS CROSS.
1IVERY Of the
course, market is not FEVERISH. CONSTIPATED
of this seaspn/s
.. """ shipment crop pected to hold up at anything Mother! If tongue is coated ,
it" rrDAY; 0R NIGn.t.t vr nt ,forward;:and t when thsaverageor that figure, but the growers little bowels with "Call- Atlantic Coast 'Line
that day was 80--cents: the quart to fornia of :
.. I,. ; ; .bare berries to market In time Syrup Figs.
t1e 242
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tha. grown; I Standard Railrbad.ot the South, :
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r, ....... ......."-'::.-.,.:.T.< :uaAeaeoeabh' On,Dec./,18. the .fi.rstJ; ; rrl ..to,come Christmas. Shipments are assured date were fancy! prices' can Syrup rest of easy Figs,after" because!giving in '
l.N: : Pa.ieatei" .Towing in were .bld at 80 cents, but very.few : ", hours all the ;- ..,.. M -- ,
cloggwd-up f
were reported ;11,569 quarts;' Dee. waste ; .i K y ,. ; C

":(:.\.JI'Car. '! 'jw.Mr..Serviiti'. ...' ,.. f ding:just.a'obtained ter at;'\ho that"n'GOn price' hour.,ind hoisted'hid* 1,4.0.qu..e. rte\D.ei,18; ;? 3,072 .bile Qut and of fermenting the bowels; food and,, gently you To Point Sdiith of the Ohio and Potomac River and East;*of:the y Mis'' J) v'

'; t .. the priraitd'00''cents. A1CttI.Fiatersome '; !: .18720gnarts' ; total' ,. ,*!+ ., a well, playful child again.; J 1 ; *
fi.; 'J DGR1L\ 'T. I'j'' q '> : : iek children Tneednt i be coaxed 'to
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( chofce'frnttbrought,e2;' 66 and ,
.Ji.t.; .w. 8w flings ; this harmless."fruit laxative" rl Y d.a ,,,j1 ,
'THE UIH. ".!>< . ,1M: a :smallr: part:,ol(:the;:t day's 'otf ,1ngieo4on"'the.'platform ..' of,the flesh, caused b7 of mothers keep it harv1r. ''i ,* > ,. a -' i
.'IIt'.' "" ." ,./. "it. . 'f ''' .' .vthe action on the
"r 68; cental : jits :
flammatlon :
? ; cold.- tractuN. ; UA. f
I rof aver %
. . ( ) ) and bowels is i jt Sthwit,6girl Janloth
prompt ; omit
1'I1erer f. bidders 1 etkSold'Da; l of ; ,
: ,' comparatively w, bone;;>>othacb#, ,eoralglr;.,and; rh. sure.. ;. : ; ' t to ? ; p
Unf those pkaUclpatlng' aeemed determinM tnathm"' ,.btr-rs1I.vbdby .your ldr? dFgl.tfop Jot-cent 9 t A to J. t* TW
IMe can 6
a ; ppl7ln ; "a' i For,information call AVIV A .Cll. ,Ticket Agent.Of
IMg% Sir pru to'get berries;astd they bought BALLARD'S 'SNOW.'LINIMEiqv ,of "California Syrup of. Figs* tyij on .
L.dAOa to other u...L>mtsarcw ilieethgss'total; f'7 0;q"a teenough' :..:; shoufct }het well rubbed In.over the part.titE.ated contains, directions,for babies, >
: 81t uinls'li MVer* Or 1)ox.) : i:,'It1' : ealW; i .n. 'tt'*- 'll,--ces' Mf'for, grown-. -
fa7MlsbsJ Some of .. ,. great;> and p_ ". ./ -"J . 1beJPr cjnc .were:eonsid? traunf'pdr' eaa. tee 'ndu.nm. kwtU
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>tt11 ksiW. red the host:.&! seaV*. and famcy .... .;.....}r*..,;..t.QJalI f PYN Curti is b pt y4 d **/
price*, ara'aaUd .d, up.1Iillv.'.,... fiIou.7Prt 26c-6caiMl'tl.o li '; tats a tspear Jvwion
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", the, chemical '.lewentsare Jeft;, Dis. -
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""" \ "" ':":- - solved bone black' 'chemical. , because } :Make Horfte ;Beautif
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i t '- ,. t" N \ .... ..: i Ute. organic''mattr.he: "'.beeu('burned 1tJ>orVe'UuUt": youri. : make :your hoqrye*
in:ltAtleate14 ht; with ,$ulphurie 11. best' lookinf'In n.tehb.shh0 o& The** ornartl'Colleettone

=1; 1.!, ; ''* \ . ... oM' are eapeclallv. plaa ho.I.t.4,..eia..and t,tr.you may use

Extra: 'Fertilizer' Value J ,I' 'Y.OII.iwar.. distinguish between I .M\s'OOLLBCWN.! .. .ro.uff.; .!.....?.. 118AL COLt-KCTHM. :

drganic'andth.micai: fertlliter-mater<< .Two ..r.... palms ewe pr...tfloo.rla > ,Tours ftowirrlii.; snubs, t
.ltr..IMI .( dun.e-4, ,.4Y ot palma, haili3 t
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DEAL. jail,by asking'yotirself. .theee. two f t. kl.J.. two haaMMme.foj', llagtees. piaote. h, ,0" f .
n You can, get the;,, worth of jrotir, money ln', almost questions: Did, this. 'Ift&t.itaeom.\ 1"1Ij'F .........."...<.r'*' .two.etaja.. , "'; *" IHM...--aU-ouruen m..orud7.a" Nwi .hU7ff"irU ,'.
J 'jat animal r rN ,|I71 V, \bu.el'' paratvly. cost' Vb.'t*. ,
fertilizer \ orpLttnt3' ;'Ii eehasit'been
but Ideal Fertilizer from an. iirprdaMee '
I II any gives ; -
y -RT Z ED ,you 1- . '
thai and I burned either by.fire W-skid t i ...., ...P...., 1r I UM..kr-- .. '
.i ; .then/some. f -W; s'.ARP toLLCrR'I. ''as'' ti.:
The market value !t. based" on analysts but( Held U'itcame from the :animal"or"plant, aaSk'et WJI"! shads) tr.........frwk'..'ifcrVa r.ej, rail.: r,serfsrf..tlNt *.',

value twig the mlxirig. Profits depend on' field' E t and has not been, burned,}'its;musttrb.' Is plaar' al6..e.rv.. tae tees.-tw.atr-tame._(. .dllter.'t..esr.fhtn1. .,alM .

value.'Estralyleldjextraa? quality, 'extra profit., organic& ; "while" other- 'f.ttilizen"yfare! ; ".. .. aii4quaaltyr.S.p.rat.1. tha/;. u1d Ml f...*,*
,Ideal Fertilizer is mixed, make r rf chemical.. ;.' U I If Ill fllllns' Orders SjOr-' the** o1loeU n'.: 't.
crops not just 'anlAyou dletlncny, .t.te..a'' pretrnnev -( f
e toVselL' Send'for; catalogueiand'price'list; ; w..will ahlp lIra8ta lhatrwe Va.w. 'phi"ww'tartvsrtn ;1;
1WiSOn ?. \ ; :\FALL FERTILIZERdo'.trees ,. yourloeaUtr.! : .' ** J-, 1
I "W' iq ,he d. fall.fertiliferTThey \ Order ode; or irtoM.'of' lh.... "coiledtlons. ...
: Send-us aketeh of .
;&. Toomer planting ....*..suo.so prop.rtr.fo.. /. ,a.j
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dates '*recommend --for'fall and eloe. our new Cl talolt. 41.tlo"' -->
t r Manufacturers. Id.sPeUtaera.,, you .the-. largest vrlty of ornamental t
spring,application."' In the Booth. -Or cent
''Dealers in!Fertilizer Materials.Spraying .\ Amsweri! Why do'you eat: supper t j free on, .request., Aak".for" 1U'

a r I ,Machinery Md Insecticides., t. .ft 4 YOU do'tot work:anv between supper I Reasoner'Brothers,. e

Jacksonville, .Flodda. y .' and breakfast. 'Ohl your' body'builds' :Royal Palm Nurseries'

J up the'worn.out tlssoes while you are :. It) ....diet Av..,.<0b e., .....' .. aeS
." sleeping 'does.It;T Well,* so ''doe the -.. II" '---

'.r tree regain Its vigor' wbile"seemingly I -

; dormant., The fall application 'li,the,
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foundation& for the next year's; crop, I wGROUwD

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asslmilate4 plant food that 'put on : p-NEoi

:it and.caI1'11 .e"most' fruit. .: *' OSCEOLA ." .
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:ITTELLOWPleni '-( :tJDEs": ; LIMESTONE i ?


:} . : ,tV t.\cabbage'tell me'what plants.lr'!sentunder'the} jroublewjth P.ressin.Club< : ; 'li ,t.Pdreit"Dryir.F" 'Cartdfap.tlw: ;- and, ; ; ,

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1 STATE' CHEMISTS ANALYSIS* .

: .V-. .:_ :,GROVE: vGARDEN a"wft'w'hiCit'Answerf The' i.-jom"'o.(;ea'bbage'pLants'hive' known"-. '. a.;: .1.:.CMIods, rtsprhtir. '" .. Carbonate. of,p. 7.73 pv cant'Molstur. +t _

=- ; :. 'f .. .....;.............. ',3.05 par tssat'i"' ;'
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1riiT &:FIELD "yellowingsides;; : ) .aympj F, $and .... .. .;:;' .,;.,J.t. ".J1 per cent .,'" ,
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torn a yellowing>nd'falling"of'the MemlberstilpTickets ... -,... .,. ... tt: .;,"" :1 .. .- i<; ,:.
Qutsrtorts'Mesw1, tzDIIIMEDITPLT, lower'"leaves; 1>tit>-,eventually! all ,the *. :W*.". sell' DIRBCT'to' "'farmers '.'
Blood and 'I&Y HAIL \ .
( Bone) ,.MRS N M.O. *"' oei 1PIo", ., leaves 'will i drop excepting:'those'' ''of !/ ,Lhl1heft4' \ .* and other gr.wrs finely ground V, :'
whMON ..T OON2a' fzaraasrea'C.MajfT the 'heaa.F! t>tteft;'(''he" disease works' *limestone. ; ? ," 4'' to'-
Guaranteed Analysis food,' lasts wep, rind is JACKSONVILLE., FiA. lde "of,the plant sometimeseven : .* Its. analyal.. Is..HIGHERthan,: J'
Snits Ssle.
on one or on at$1.50Ladles' .
Ammonia..........'...,. ..6>*% the ; . .. "' ;/ '\-"
fineit .
'. T.OU '....>IIaria.A.cid .:.. 16.'.. Icnowei s.ti.m.d on one side 61 .single leaf. The . 'any south of' Jfa\ssiM>l'ixoii lin w J., .
Pure, '. bone builder. BLACK LEAP 40'TIees. results to" the crop are', practically'' th&same + W., keep" m. our>' wareho\n .

cooktd fresh from the As "Blood &: Bone;" end ,p aIn dirscfkins for / at those ol black: rot. There \Is Work'tBt',: .Reasonable ,..DRY several', limestone' hundred';.tons wWch;I of'ground *O."', '
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cutting tables, supplies Armour been Tankage has using Black Leaf 40 fpr plant lice: I ne. cure''for the: disease v In the field .Prices.' ''and prompt shipments. .,t\\ *" '';
the phosphoric acid i familiar
\ shown above. The grower for over to JO every n} n't know anything about tkl 'fluid and after..the';dUease.,, 'aronee'llt'the. t . W.-.will SAVE you ''the" mid- .*
am yearsmonia
is from blood Inmore than 100,000 tons ounce' stuff." soil it>will remain for spme>> years,: In ,Satisfaction:. .Guaranteed : .. dleman' profit, and give -you.ab- +* 'F'solutely

fresh beef scraps that are have actually been used. 4 Answer: Black lust 40 should," be (the.crop rotation""one should avoid all the .tnarkett the; beet1lasestone. .w .' on '. as

thoroughly*t..m -cooked Many[ m-. :growers{ who f used at' the rate of 1 pound c to' i25 tTopethe"ei6bageAfamllyl turnips,, ,, i it. .'. *' Our new machinery guarantees. *

with tile bone.temporarilT potash goods,prefer no.9nwornTankage gallons of water' 'Before putting irf.: rujtabagas,, 'raalahes, )no.ta'14.. etc.. tb. .ftnlt1! ground. limestone.. , v "';*

superioratrt. tly-Is a turning again are to wisely this the water ycu vhoald. ,*bneak"- the;' The seed may,tarry th* germs of this PHONE_! 247 Puleota'Lime..Company w
pare standard material 'x water with which takes,(about disease just as'they often : 'black: ,
product prepared with : of tin- soap 2 ,.carry OFFICE tw'' ;TBank ,of: Orange ...
h scientific accuracy by es- value.questioned crop-making ''g pounds to ''each 50 gallons, as aQral 'rot."It 1* ,always safer;'to 'soak cabbage I *. Building? Orlando,:FW- '. . .

pecially developed, carefully thing, but mom or lers. *" seed fifteen minutes In Wrroslv J .0'; .FAC ORX'at'lneola, Fla: i ip

a controlled proGet prices from our used;!, according to "tfce harttns of sublimate solution,(1 to 1,000), ortar. .{FOR' "RENT OOU .. O.O OOt. . ,. !. .Ot ,...
ceases. It is rich in nearest Apent and write I .
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water ;i rnialin soluthm (f,to 225)).; I ..i --
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available natural ,
It plant us for sample and '
leafletArmour
Rooras : furnished.Hotve
If you want to use Tt in this unfurnished and i ,

r :*trength in BmaHer -quaTHtte! *,. it.wilt;I Deepseatedpoughs' that TCThrt'or6U'' + unfurnished ''and' furnished.
i' .Fertilizer Works :take about tea ul l'SIB wry remedies \external l Also city properties, farms citrus,
a pqmf: a, gallon; "requireboth tracking: and.'graihig lands for ale. r
Jacksonville, Fla. This varies so little thaf-: ven for .001 and internal ''tnatment..I"If. yon bey a

,, ". !3, gallons ,48 teaspooitfulwould bert j: dollar bottle,. BALLA'1ttnl.1RJXE. :THE [LITE' RAiTY[ PARLOR! ,, I
right-amonsit. HOUND SYKUP 'you-P' t-w Twme-
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:JIRS.:1. JI1HERS" ,Isaager.
8! F I, You can use black lea40'with anTi dies -yoa;, neeg for the 'pr'ie. sT ttne.There .
,I ., 207"DaM 8t.. .r.Dr eIr.If. Kauinneeblocks
i5f the 'coulmon,, ,jpraym. "When It U Is'a'R'ERRICII"S"'RED i ?EP,; '
'Uaf d l with these ipnrya, :tSiere should. :TER' -POKOTJS ..PLASTEX' lot the jsor th C t Cariatiam' cinrch.
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be no oar used., ,1':chet, free With"each bottle. 'SuTd'by The V fit.dos t.J

.Fert.ili'zers'J In spraying, for fe.>irt Mice, great!!rO.ceo1.'PoomnKacy.' .'' ItprbitiD&IIIC.a1I; kinds;' For'

are must bs taken Ibo Tatb'th. f Tour4

i .side of ,Ute leaves, .s.that,la S ,s > > ee ,t ss S< > si > ..t*). . .Sf,... ,

I If the plant lice gathec. "'To alo- [wh..1 << ,. State
tied an extension rd amfl..r90degreelbow. s sStatr ;.
IL4M 1 CO" Meals I.
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Black leaf 40 Is,set, absolute; Siorajcffe : '1 ,.f'f'l ...- "it:;;

. p control for plant_ If -Kroperly, ape I .
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RootStocK's'OIderart' : 1! .
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t Tellin How Much Betterl"Tearljr ----- ; Oar''t.' : *1 I'L' I:
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; rv! V "What Is the matter -3ih the en- I Stone all s2 pound,1, teen .
on Meats oeitt: Days. ;
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? the Bueky. azpcru -& t $ # sands of cltrui meeting that.. nur. ry witb : Cunrc Pork 'resvdjr far emeldep1'1.2c.; :per, pound, "
'. less reputation at itaka mlcht bod. Onlrthe Answer The leave tree affected "' "
Very but-developed ro-taak >U ,good with black, melan ae. This disease atJtaiks : !,t. TaresriyDaps.Curing (f-: SEIA hpw'RJ.; :t: '

i. .enough to bear the Buckeye ma me.AK'tn. only leave past their-prim\ ; and 1 : -and Snaokiiifc Tewertty-fiTe'D.' r.*, 2c F per' poemd."; Yl;: ODAIt rT
t 'N all atock muit be It to IS months t
is never 'of importance. While : : ,
any .
t older than li cuitomar/.foe we will bud \ "
y IH. Our trees have an uncommonly. fine -pootdevtlcfpnnent -makes the -old lea-res look rather Bring sM i your.Lop floe day 4he] aro1 Jalled. We wi l dotlaer .. : t: ft m' 1
and absorb mare nourlahaaoatitham
bad, the grower need not wary about .I&.q
ether with of .
bud equal age.I
The result ifhowi"' In the irrave. Wrltae) a it at all. est. JACKSONYILLE I ;. !,: ; ( I

oimtomrr. "bar..* 1111-14 we n'>I ntert 1:941 r I "-ini.i--i--g. in.- .. .. ... ....... ......... ..i-.j--" J i i i MI 'I.YT ., n, r' L.i--n....I.M. '\iT1' Tii..a. ",. -' '. . .
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r treea-l.OSl were from you., AV. were "mo PECANS I "

pleated Buckeye with trey your pence lock, and that no w.t..r...planted." IIII0Ci "7}have some*7-y ar-old penm trees KISS1MMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.o 'ToCur.,Cold:lr'}."- .. t+ ',

TakiAXATtVKBBOMOO.lala. l'ltata....li*>. _,
For the pail IS year* Buckeye CUUektarrowa that have made a remarkable growth, Cawa-n sad> Headache sad wka oft the Ga44.r1
+'.+ trees have. been undergoing a merel- Dr.agtsteefd.d mown .U*It (ail* ae _
1 I- lei* 4Mlectlon. Only the Inset tan: survtvt.f but So not produce nuts as freely: as ..* oo.s.' I stj> t. .4 .o.. o6 ... 0.0.io. .). ... 'O" )."o '.,..B i W, caoVB'S.ai Tiatart oa.CMli pea R,'g2..,v" i_...
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$ Our .atiluR tot,. about this, about our they should. What can I'put em themin He-- >& "
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( .ervlo*. why Bufke>* tree ar, nr "' oroua.rrulttuL .
the of fertilizer to reake them .
t dl eiie-r...litlncWrIM for 'cop % way
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Buckeye Nurseries Answer: Where trees have 'been ; :
w. B. CILLCTT D. c. CI1ILLB. fertilized with only stable manure. ''
w e '.US. Cltl... ..... ..tI...., ...._ Vlri. and"' mrflchin that can be picked up ; '')jI .

Lariat ExcloshftlydtatiNarserkshi the World around the place, applications of Teg Qne'MaD-A ?'Horse Power; ,
war mixed fertilizers in web 1ha1- .. >
I 115 XIisdn'M. hatguua nteasw1tgof 1oq.1s( 60K over t
anced proportion., have been knownto ;
it dI alter method*ct land rUtarlng. Thalr.tu( +ldetirdrrtodyk4eTw v F- "
W.N.: BROKAW, Salesman do wonders in the way of bearing, I p1III trout stumps but get rid of them arfter they are pulled, tI l k 5,

xd< ORLANDO, flORDIA available plant food, sard particularly JIMIItoeN'ftalrl.4 fields.- Gold ta vadsr your stun.p- .
,..1t 1 '" , phosphoric acid. Phosphoric/ nerd. 1* get at sviC put it In .... Clear yoew' land ...saq asps. \ t +t ,
.. most important la the- maturing i d T ile>iIradn Mexbod Blears land ready fso,tflee g'sw tiIt has vastly InnTSSod eh ?. IIlrt
+w ns's """oCtban'I5OOO""CII6eaIa"'Soutll.f .e '>' tlJt,
.. qqitsM
It h- r fruit, and particularly: fitting out ,. b.ddd....t Y roe..Ig tbs.iibefY lt '+1'owa 1M ealehq taredlt M irllefe.. ",*4 f

j. ifAlORITE: : I well of nuts and'seeds. Yea should us'twenty II' ,..-... :::. w_trro_+M.r_.1e..:::.anw r..........+. KnIia...saes tue..a W ft.r_deuu.atweecuac r.uL '" .w ' '
FERTILIZERS ponnu* .in March and ,fifteen Os.r.khoutbonr.s II"'IIAneot '.eqh..r1UsMBk.tl.e..ua.Tsll.i.;' A :"yr f, "
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$ in Ins. ..
__ Y pounds I .- . wuw l'r".M= w a 77rdtr.l --Mr........... ,. +

:, '. ABE"T' lE'BEST' FOR AIL tRors tremble IHoweyer, is likely, hi to your be that instance you are, the too t.,:==h w Soadfor FIN Book ...d wwiLe.h"ISa '...i bale ., h'' ,r,

t" =. '::; 'bb 'w ub4Wasd/o.aral affr.Id.rly.kgei..d.t .. ; ",ea..Lrs.4
t ', E.IAL FORMULAs: ; FOR far south: Whfle occasionally a finebearing the .Yaartk.ra.a.se: ..d t- .';;:. g. talt

tree is found outside :...-- 'j'' .... SoutIoenI..r ......._ I1Ia7 .. rra.t2 ,
M' 2OTRW 'ROPS." POTATOES, 'BEANS, PEAS, belt/! / generally speaking, the pea s ....-.4r.rlrt... ea ".....irntt.r. ,seta voA.d red.b.o .: -. ' .. ; l "
: will make a good growth and be most 'Dt....._ 'to.tho & _--W.'a rasl.4se.lag ,
4''' CORN TOMATOES .. tttw w y e "' -., *
ii ornamental ahade $dntT. ......,. .... apoelaf- freisv.
desirable as an or L w a1 . rUnttif Sb tac "- Noort ., J.....WiWap .4 i
i '+ t/Brili UiI' ill pew'pries list) on all brands Agricultural Chemicals. tree farther south and farther worth :.sr.- r..r"lr ea -poo see today.abawM Bti>.and toeharaiaUueUaowettyBiakiiia-ptea to roaraDo.'t.mth.cols._ CS"...rall i ir

4. ; ", ; '-. )JnaecdcideaMaterialEta! than it will prove a prolific and prof ,.:.w'-J:..':. ,A.. :J.; lORSTTN COMPANY.'?12'Hah. ,Strerf,'Grr.ler,11I..l, A trl .r fa6l.aadaj I
stable bearer. .aD IIAG sr ........
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!t ( r f' .FAT 1..SEED. POT TOES\/[ '"I .. r'---, : , fa.setdt.we GriI. . .. tleuM '< .. ,"i '

1 r daily eVjou\ ".priui'and 1 get the be.t.fERTIUZERDIS1RIBUTOR ORGANIC SOURCES' ?, 1/' ,. _ "

,, : ) ''F Ws s 1 for cJitribllbnl'.ti fWill ,you rpleas ad Yfa."me''wb.tTOU : : 1.
hi .' t mean by 'ortranie, sources'?'*' : l'. l'r -fie.
fa' ,, Eicellent ior allTettilfcer.. : ; Lb e. Ashes ; florsePtrtserAeQs, .. {'
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1 \.. .. i ''I: Answer, The, Organic, ferjilberf -'
Sand MftRrspS ; are those that-have 'tome: from either;, F
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11 $ L": animal or :egetabla 'j rowth. Th
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sure'resulti.. Maauf ; 1 nirr '
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r' ctor;J. ,. . firm nianuresars; 'o; anigi. SQ''' ,ire SN tn' Sts
414 '.1 Orlando'our: aubsitLsyr: : dried blood l ,'tankage, &cottonseed t

t **> +LNTC.RTILfRCOMPA! ) *YI. :1 ; meal.castor meats tobacco*:.teml.:;ett;: .

[Ml _. (, Matfrials'Uk, .*..Iphate'\.of,, ammoniac .,qg > TLyrsaMsY.
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....t.ar......''':;aatNlc.p ':.-...o.Y. .-- ...<..... M( :Two' lots each. 50x150 feet- ,'near J-. "Courthouse Square t, t-t'.j-.T, fine take view **** fton! ,jloo yaeig6bON ;;

IE ,"JE.M."th.. at..ea..r..r..._...w..rC6ir. .' '.i...faAU hood,owned,by northern' client who advises us f to''"selL. Come, let !us shierty. 1011'd }i" -ratuable:,Prop'' -
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,, except from oar :; It"is a good investment.j : : "
h es .rise'* ,eorr.pond. .nt-, must fee, 1 / ,'" ii'I
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,''It .. ,..it.i iwtter?; wicJle .. ,not'be. .returnee Bungalow Homes : . "
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": ':'r (I Bnter I .4. in th. Pontoftlee-at. Kl..lmVi.'ssee ';' ,j M Don't forget the.pretty little brown bungalow! built for a home, "cywww"1 ifs 'desirable,:'east '
I' ;I' : rlorelar M second 'class matter.) J" [ : ,. ,
J r I ,r ,front splendid corner, nicely furnished and paying better than tent' on Pnev y' fl a
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t jv.FRBAY,',DECEMBER 22 Itl6, fi i i' .IV ," \ .. i .-; .,,. .I.

|, 'i "f;Max; .Morit ...-long?,,and, favorably '11 '.' ,Fine Orange Grove' :
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. ;known',In, South'Florid newspaper THE CHRISTMAS GIFTS: I ,."*,' "
r""circle;;'U,,to be.the editor of the KIs- I.[ 45 acres good land less than 2 miles from city limit 25 acres oranges of toed varieties;' cra.frul .,,-' *, "

\:..lmm.\V.neY'GasetteioJe.1\ ;; the ', other w. of Broom house, stables, '
and different'kinds of nice fruit than. know ; ,
v; best ,..-uYfJourn{ 1 ,:In: the, State.afyTheiiJTribune. Ins' our"'stockare .neatysappropriate' : and more any grove I .
h ; : ..congratulates iW<: ,B. :'',,., and a valuable property in good commercial condition. We will introduce yoto" the'pWl es: with: :-

t :'Harris: on being able to-'get man of useful . e .I .wbom'you can deal direct. 1' .
conduct' his '-4, t .' .. -
3laz:-Morlti'a 'ability' tot pV .
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; .i:". :;t.Tampa'.MorfJne', : Tribune., ,,' ,Cigar* in' Xma_,toxes ':of ,tens: up to fifties .- -.: .. /' Forty Acre Tract " ', ':- ,. k

.. ., .G-ti AND1"KNOCKI4G.""' .Xmas. packages of. Cigarettes 1 and ..Smoking '"". .... .
A. : .healthy kicker Is,:'a'' dis-. ?;! ':Tobacco. MilitaryBr shes:1) ' -, '. f We have 40 acres good'land. 2Yt miles from city limits of Kisiimmee, good l land, owned .by:: '
<';,__ . . ;creature to have around; .' ' .
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,bat :b.l"'does >calKattention to' many ,Hudnut's... Toilet: Preparations; :xmaS: packages i 'Kansas man who wdllell at bargain price. We want to. show you this, property. ; I _.
''abusesand; :' ,'.!s,i indispensable t elementtIn a j .
Manicure, and ""
.Gainesville F Ivory Brushes babySetehJacob'a *
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-. any community*- Ranch Property : I
,fkui.\3si'S, ;; ' Candies beautiful, 'line of .1 ..... V '. .
'oJ , ". <*{ -* \
comervw'tlvil la .... tl "" .
; .Whesaeafe.iane.. ( ; and : : ,, ,;.f,: .
< !\ '-.-. rtike'.the Sun ii moved .," packages, . ,to '.select from. ; ;'. ,: ,' .I'' We can offer 2,320-acire stock: farm: near'Gulf of Mexico. 5 milei irom railway t tion".l land all ": :. '

':.t!>*.$hus,'" .recocnite( the' 'value' of. the .} Full .line. Christmas'and New. Year'Cards I t fenced, good buildings, more than 200 head of cattle and hogs also splendid ,mules,, 'some' "hones, .1 j

.<";1 i k;''lift'bojnaiuaityi"kicker gierally'should) be surely, more: the tolerant:pub-. ':, ',,;.;,. ..)t'J, ; irr.! . 0\.0\F<0"6 r' 'i.-4. :, I S' _. '-colls, farming implements, and in.good running condition!. Owned by a turpentine' operator' wjjo will ;t t,
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;1' f cash. If interested and in tuy'heir it cKanefc: "" ""y. "'"" "*" :" '.** ' "'
!, ""of' blm.,' t 'A :CoRNU'pRLJG: STORE, sacrifice for position to ) your .
I Too many: :people are prone to class J .

: (flll-/.the/ 'kicker". ',as' .a' "knocker' KISSIMMEE!;, ;.: rtORIDACOLLEGE 1i1-j , Smaller Stock Farm i
'Whereas.s Teat.gunjftyawna between .. $ :(1: ,. :
wtb 1 't wo:' I.;.<, " v saw's. i .[ -600 acres joining lake, fenced'into 2 parts, prairie bottom land grows very heavy crop of.). -

'. tA''knocker"" !t' supercritical! '" .' .[ grasses; about 80 acres higher land fine for citrus fruits; good' neighborhood, convenient to schoolM .
;:..I.t,who rarely: sees ,good in any ,1y
/> (yhing. '",No'matterwhat: 1 11'done' heJltnews'Jhowit' ';!STUDENTS FLORIDA TEACHERS and church. This is good property and a bargain. Write for full particular "
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hare
could' been done

# -.b both tterr4 good, He and lndlecrtminately'criticisei bad.; ,He'is a''commun.. ''HOMElon'HQUQAlS IN.ARCADIA 'DEC., 27 f' Fine Little Country-. Home gj !'?;"

htl Peet>> ;\ ' o'. -' ...... 26 acres about half fine rich muck land. 2 flownig wells; balance good citrus 'land;. 4-room' .' "" ::1,
1 '-" The thirtieth annual,session of the 1 .
"j" ;:.Much interest always ebte'nJri, the house stables, good water. Will sell with equipment and give termi. '
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)..,Heartburn is a symptom of Indlgestloru coming'of bur boys and'girls 'from' the Florida.Educational .Asoctatlon will .
S ": Take .a'do.e of HERBINE various colleges for the Yuletide. '4.t;, convene In.Arcadia on Dec.. 27. The = 83 acres adjoining village, only 4 miles from Kissimmee on !the great Dixie highway; only one '

0.4ucb" a.e..j.The. pain''disappears- ' Probably the first arrival was Lour program will 'emphasize every phase blocCfrom: depot. Good land for combination stock and citrus ruin'owner; is,an elderly man without _.

..atantly.-you; feel:The 1In.bowel.;.vigorous'operate and;speedilyand cheer once'; Griffin,;who< 'came' \ last. Sunday of educational' work.It . a family and will sacrifice. On this property about 5'acres bearing grove; good fences; extra good. ;" ;
from Chick Sprngs'S.) ; C; .
.'Iat.i, 1;Price $4c'-;. .Sold by Oscflola.Phar* \ Is particularly noteworthy that 'I .
". ," Within. .fa 'few,days; there' will;; be land. 1 : t.:
< 'mtcyy "'< with'us-Helen Bass,.w Maurine..Dann, the. -major part.of the program witl'be, Wehave fine brick roads. Great stock: farms are being supplied with good grade of cattle. ''.\\1
: Mattie Belle Harris'and' Grace Winn presented ,by 'actual demonstrations .
KISSIMMEE'.POSTOFFICE = Our climatic conditions are ideal and healthfuL Now is the logical time for safe and profitable invest -
from''Tallahassee;, John'Witherspoonand The exercises, Thursday and Friday .
'HOURS FOR CHRISTMAS Nat, Car.on'-.trom. 'Maryville' afternoons ane. planned.to give a practical .' ments. Your patronage solicited.Nelson '.
. Tenn. Anthony Regero ''and. Frank :
, ; demonstration of a rural school i iiI
..,' : .' for:locaj de. Calkins, ,from Lake Cityf.. fc.,..:,,_, ",
!!iinrjr'maayNbeatnaUed. as late'a'pos- Nathan Bryan,:twho1.; ,also.*.=:stud* plant in operation under the. dine: Realty Coma '=l' i
i:ible, and: ,ttf';serve those patron call ent at' MaryvllleyTennstopsin: : ; tion of specialists. ,

: Intf'at;; the .general de Yel'7' ..window.f Georcia' for -vacatioN; ,, '.' ,-' Among the notable speakers' from ., ,. '.,.))0
or,mallthe, 'po.tofftce; will be r.open! 1. .We.will t miss'Celeste, and';' "ElinorMoselyv out tbeSt.te; special ntJo 'm ii KISSIMMEE* FLORIDAfiMIIIMIIIMIIIHIMWWIMWIOMMIMIIIIIIWIIWIllMllir '1
'from. until;10 o'clock'on, who also vtlt. but -
9 Sunday are at Mari be'made of Dr. M. P. Sbwk.e president "
Dec; 84, 1916: 'I. will not return." ". < V .' jPerah \ : of the National Superintendents',, f '
Parcela;Intended: for:local delivery Clark,,;who Is, at hV..l yan, Convention '1915, and State SuperinteWestt
.';: :.ho WIbe mailed not'.later; "than Sun.The -; College Georgia kleo will be' greatly ; .' .
; Virginia Dr.'J L. -'
; McBrien --,
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."'JIIOm1ne., , b "1 missed.' Assistant Commissioner of Education LETTERS.- kes.lan'Mien; LIvet Horn, 'Joa.. Wil-! STOCKUOLDBRS MKBTINCk '',
: .! veaeral delivery .window.fwillW MIss'Eleta'' Padgett has been the and representing the National: Bureau ADVERTISED flame (special'delivery, ), MrsvJTelli kold The.ri annual of tb.'meetlnir CUUene' of Hank'the of'toekx KI.-. ."/ "

.. |. ,,f:;her;aunt; Mew Milton Pledg Education, and Dr.j.M:' I*, Brlttain, List of letters advertised by the Williams.' ." 'Irnm....1....Bank will la b.Kl"hld_lmm at..the, Klorldk effla' omaS of -..

.r .. .,',' : ,, ""_ .4 er,4fop,the: past, week wbire'Ntumingfrom' State Superintendent of Georgia. / :Kissimmee postoffice for the two o B. B. SIMPSON Postmaster.W. . ., January. .tb.,1'17i, AI 10 o'clock I'm.1for. ,"

.. ,There;,;,1gIB'b, ,.an-early..d.Un17."nJ' Fairmont College Tenn.,/where: A special rate of 8 cents per rounbtrlp weeks ending"ian.,, 1{' 1917: 1 the ensuing purposethe year or and electing transacting officer..uch tor' .' ':-<
?'-.--....>..',city >routes .on t both; Sunday', and. ', she I.entotled.. She left' ,Wednesdayfor '" mile has been granted by the railroads Mrs. Rachel Brown, Mrs. Luar H.: Dunn is with hit family' for other buBlnes.a4 meetlnr.as !mar' yrop.rlyoomeb.fore ' : '.,., "I.

(,.j,Monday//I. . mornings.'i_ .: \ .. *.? Miss her Lenora home In fortner Tampa.returned home to Arcadia' and return for this Buny, T. J. Callams, A. A. Cole Mattie the holiday season; '.* ,1-lt %. ROgER XtODD. Cashier.Classified 4 i,..',

\ convention. This means 1% cents.pr :Jones, Tommie Moore, Mrs. MaryA. "' 0600
I ii' ..' ,Wheesliig in the lungs Indicates that e04eONPrN4.0
Saturday :from' Winter Park where
mile straight.' Murphy, .Lee Russell, Frank Sur-
'' Is t'obstructing the,alr ; 1 \
,, phlegm pall1r she has been enrolled as 'student 'in i'
,HOREHOUND .Rollins College for a two weeks' vacation T. )
' Advertisements 'i !
l"SXRUPloosens I
\ ; ,the phlegm so that It with her mother, Mrs. R B. ... ..... . ....... ... ......... ... . .. .. .Oe OON t .
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.' eas\ be coughed up and ejected.. Price Savage. '

'i';,'.' :25c,"COe and.1.00 per. bottle." Sold by, S. S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE i i iA i.. .. . ......... i ..... .. ,. ..... ... ................ :
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:O.ceglaPh, armacy. Born=Claudia Marcia Harper. FOR BALE-Fine upright piano; s FOR SALE (by owner-Fi .i.. '
L. The bargain for cash also other bungalow close in Inquire
youngest-looking grandmother ; pieces room ; )
.: ::HR. ;LAWLER:'ENTERTAINS' In Osceola county has another grandchild SPECIAL ATTRACTION* is 700 acres of HIGH-CLASS CITRUS of furniture.' Call at-108 Clyde A,. at Ford's Barber Shop, '14 Broad' .
Lake brick road.
>LAND southeast of Big Apopka and near
and the feminine population of way. M-tf',
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WANTED-Room for ..ton"pennan.nt with ,4
ti, ":HIS.CflDRCH.OrFICERS' Klaslmmee has" increased to that ex. Thle-land has TWO MILES OF LAKE 'SHORE. Its scenery, ..
residentmust. ; be dry''' house ;; .... .
r ReV $..W.'Lawler, the 'retiring' paaj tent. Last Tuesday forenoon a daughter etc., make It ideal for country homes.WiQ and rent reasonable.. Adresi 108 FOR SALE-Twf-room and -7 ; \;
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came to' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hari lots, ,,,50x150 feet, for 600; lots at ,.',
j tor,< of'"thejMethodist, :church, entertain per of Kissimmee via the stork'route. ecU aU or part. Clyde, avenue. , ...$60 each; on West Emmett Street;.. '

{ d:the nfwlyelectd stewards: and Mother 'and 'child are'' thriving. Thelatter Also first-class building lota'in Orlando.and Apopka. DWELLINGS for apply to it just outside of city. C. Gents, owner M
.: +, :truUesi.. *>f the i,church at,the church ,
>will be known as Claudia' Mar- Tiller. i' ,now living on property. 51-Stpd >
..
:. bungalow 'Tuesday 'evening, when the .
; cia. ORLANDO OFFICE: la Orlando Bank and Trust.Corapany .
p..tI.ut.d: ; 'at long {tables, i Mrs. Harper formerly and ? '' ; FOR, SALE-One 8-drnwer Cabinet STRAYED half-Shetland, of dark
'f! longerwas .
, ;: bright wttht'cut;. "flowers,:'In 'a colorcheme known as Virginia Maklnson Building. a National Cash Register, one Bar' bay,color, white .pot'On left* houl-. < ,

t, \. !. 'of red., ,' ; 't \ . ', ,daughter of Mr; and Mrs. W. B.' Mak, KISSIMMEE OFFICE la Griffin's Garage 8-12 Pos.it Ave.. roughs Adding Machine, one,large der. Finder,. will',bis paid for trouble "
t: fft :c. Jokes UI4'merri'atorie..;for which lnson. Iron Sale.'ODe 25-horsepowcr Ferro .Itfr.. darce t, on ,Patrick street, ' 1F' d .. the ..t, U 'Jutt17.reaoW11ed,'prnau.Ff' .. .... ..'" ..l Engine two .l-horsepower Gray across ditch, Is Informed.: ?"". .' '

.,, ed.whl.'Mn.' : Lawler, Miss Lela JRwr .': Motors;"one ''Naphtha Launch, one ,
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' t ti \ ... FOR,:SALE OK KENT-A new, ,eotag -
:J.r.Mnc.'W..Critfln and Jlial'l: .L.Ove ;
; pair Counter.Scales, tour oil
....rl",, %treet\.served oyster'stew'rarlth '.. -' ., one pair Trucks; one_ Office tanks Chair, f.'$ with;:water and lights for 'rent- '

6I' t; 'rudl' | es;!3oyst.,rs' fri d%''Itb* coffee'and ., I\> Ho 131da -'Selz afizs At ODe i Jot ,Sb..tin&"i i twc '-:fresh Milch or sale., Call* at'1lUcbardl408.r' "* i'.i." : Et ,-'
h" : Vine St.
,1[;i'f.: I fta1t1.:1ad.: z ." '-1 I .*. .:**. 'I ,.... .r.-r \..' ....t. 1.. < _. .' Cowe., All ,cheap.for cash. BOSS _s., ; .... --. ,4.. a. .''#.' "',-','-" .'
,. ': r.. ti.cial hour>}ollowid'wh.niiielpht-{ : GRAvE, : .45tf 12,600 .CASH twill.bq'l60I, : acre' of : [
let>f Iwbjectawere: deNcl'and, the Lt ,'O N ,'"S' STORE ,goodland, one-half, mile off "theOr; *,} / .'

IJ, woldt':ofteeeonntP'Sear, ,.carefully. 1 Ax1NaS', *' .... *. \ ; FOR SALE- Two horses; to be displaeedbraitto . Undo;hard, 'roadand; : .withlq'tw..- ".i p' ': ';
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;.1IiI..ir_ ; ., i.;..y t. rn a \I.\ 1 Head-Piiaf.J; l' %,"'- --"wif ;f AI-- v ,y : '? truck.f Call at Xis ;yin&ea; of the,')issimmee\Flsu, post!- 't .
I J;' ': s ineasat.W M;c ;Re,,. s.; .W. ... Caps aad Saaceri,;'pair!} .%$' ,..,,>..,..'.Sits aI' fTJSO I. W,WITH INGER-- 'simmee':Ira-.Plant.*.' IT:tf. ,offlee.: ',, .Forparticulars-.write-WnLi';;, ; :. 1;, !;;, .

. 'jlittJ'JX. ;+.q'-Wagner. JT; :HaBdrPaiated Checelate Sets, S pa.;'.$2.SI ,,_ .:, .... t ,SOW WATCH FREE. GENERAL: FARMING is : .-.;gmfth.:? -. 0.;Box rGi Lak.1iDcG.. :'
"1: L. ,.w.c..Bat Prof,,R..M t 1'1 u.'aIatetIT..Seta-- .....' -z.so, ,,(H : i "' -- -- .. 4.00 in Florida- profitable '1i'I&i: ,:,...iJt"j,1 "' ,f. '" .1' .' 1 " .
,t;, Z t118'HSrrt.G.DBoone' ; ;..C.eryjjt :. '1 HaaJ-Paiated. Salad s.... .-*.._->. ,.is, a. .cs: f .WrRua .._..: _____m_____,'t, s.go To .knew Florida's possibilities ,.- >,.' s..")" !Y'. ',

W.: o.r, ,{ cPbatterJ.K.Wa.; !iTkree-pUce Shark Tea Set,..::;:_._ ;;7$ lafaat's Sweater, Cap and Beetee.Mea's ___ 1.50 ;,: for Un'.toek'' and poultry LOST. -A 'Masonic emblem" 'watchcharm. ,: :
C..8td?W., L.'paulk.and TweatyWrne-piece: Child's,'Tea.Set,;. ISO .anti J.eatIa.BeIa. _______'?_____ .so raining.;'cJatrJiac'frult' and trackgrowing1 > W, B,. Harris"engraved 'on'. ,
'' L.wAt.'BrySui ,1.11'1'' X s - Sterling Silver T.t : ''- "' Mars ._1..... ,;read i the Florida Farmer ;back." Reward returned to";Caaette .
t.t : < . .. Seth;??+-- -'s.oo.... Leather Affigator uaA.I ..---- 1.50Mea's and Homeseeker. Six ; if -
'' I a.cy,Neck .T a ;::-:-_:: ?O i Shoes..Watcle' Fobs,.25* to____________ zoo + month trial :' office.:.,; .f"; "-. tl.t!t,,.G., ;.:J
COMMA IIft;,''WWSTMAS TREE. M....... Ladies'.Sllk'H.s ..:_........ .;. ::.so ; H'. .. ..JI'.BI.... at.,:_Y_ n.--j. ..nTTpj ..so'M 'free.subscription, 25 cents. Sample copy '

(0.l*.aed :From:Page One., --) .. ..''. aad LaoW" Silk Lble., H,..-.-. ;:2S ,''d ''at'aii \Onreeab J_,.. .r --.---._-.._______ 10.00 'Address., Box Florida 860, Jacksonville FarmejandHomeaseker FOR*. ,SALE- b0-foot''crnfeing:' ', \i i powerboat -
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"- M.. and Ladies' atlas Panes and . ; complete outfit, equipped with ,
:, ..... slhr 11 .A Ca '. .., kafaieeats e.oo F1a.
; ( 'l '- ,. . ., rA : .v-; ( --.---------- '. : b2-tf >, .j
AM &'I..l. ....." .; 'I 'Hand Bags'' .::..........-..;....;. -;.... : '- TTCaff two 15-hor epower;engines drawn I' 'II
| 45 '' Hair ._..L.., SO '.Battoas. -. ?u;-.:- :...;.---..; ..r..2S .: 80 Inches of water and.can be used '
; ... FOR SALE Ai''quarter section
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n.pIU.a die 'J.w.hy r ; Cu'--. .. -.50 l' Skirts at .-,.....-ir_--,,i _..__ AS" : landnear/FortDram. Will of ;for:.both'passengersf: and?' fi.Price 1, t.,? jp f,
form tr.aaeds0
:' and- march to the tree jp|" 111aI1 'd.LIBa''Haa&erckk/s. ,;,, each:5<'!... :,.2S-'Prices'17e Clasp' each,JOc .!..:_;,.-l"HaaAercy '-.._. ,25AboxofLi for'property: In'vlchilty of Elsslm-trade ". ,. ,$2, 004cosV; :wheat i iTsmpaFla ". .

laat night JI.\U.\ "' Haa rcListiw.,..... ..:.,..t .2j..f: : ...:.: :., ,.. .. Pkoi 'Nut s.. _.;;__--.a: ; ,I ,, meeFlsu: CHAS.; ANDERSON:, 7,000. 'R.G.; ., t" r.; I

a'! ', Rev.. A. M. Cbishote and. :L 't AV.II-. **.'"._-,',,(. '. .,.., fs lrl, :;;,'..-.....;;;;,'L. 1.JO. , ,Mea's""PnddertSupad.n.' : : ...:_. ,.so 'Biulmmeh)1., !, t .- !1 1 *f :f"i.B2-tf- ewnpvvVMBMae;Mv w M., { l ;
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empowered to {
Evans w. *. ( "
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': 3 "> 'z HSi 1: ** : FOR SALE White Leghorn settings
; _; After the sltaetini 'J.8iY.i CiiiHalmas i : ,
'mttwr. nCoU.r.wak. .n useful I awd ( Gift. land /aituai
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f 1.00.TSAM LUPrEK: Phone' .
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laat formation s111 11Ipgn' .
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.1.};- .. '!"i' at..scdMoihouse.* Childreato : My' t tore is' the :.LI iou:CM1W Spr.. I t...l tti'kM. 'l|L'f..M CgII; Iiiirliti> ton 1"'/.r.,4"4.: .''_ J"' .: ,&t'l ' '
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: it' ,: _:''pRIAY. W CEMBER"n,, 1916 'I't .J- .,y : '. ..!THE: 1.IIS"S'MMEI\V.At'LE'Y: : 'Gli'I"T T'B ": t.... ." .

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II' rTh. 2J.iMMMEEyM4EY GAZETTE '. :.Gay>Gardnerspent'- ; Thursday': :inHalnes I .'.;. .. .h''''' 't.. .......>. '- i ." : ', '. '. 1

City 'V %\V: "f-y ""' >" .) :

t \f, '.f'. 't,L Published,fTNgba EsryiP'tiday.By'::1ae. 111, 'lIuc nut", .Soul'of",','-Viole(extract,'" j. ; 0 '' '(,:" 'W"" .-: I 'lJ' 1 W" E.E. "R V" .t C. \Of I

the''aweeteat bfthe'Aweet...., CORNER I'C ., .RI"0' \ J ..,.
'tr: > : xstiRasapip; vcirs atm wr" DRUG STORE.? '"' .'; *' ,' .. ,... ... ,.. .' ,. ., .. f' ', ,
,r .J> iii" '. . n' 'It '
i i W. D.:Burkam, : ,and family .it.t ues.1; ( :. "i :.
; ; "J'lptac ft'to select ft' s""a ( 1J" ,; ,
you 't
day for-Tampa. where they ;wit.ai.idthe \ J ':' '. I; ,,4.. . ""' '. >I : ': ... .al7: ,. n--:: '*'--'& ,# I
holidays, with; their; daughter, '
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'\ Mr'..R.f... a." <
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No ,.ae to worry' about ;what, yon ,

I, '" box will,'of give:'Jacob'her for.'' candy Xmas.t.- Is'..A'five-pound just' 'the I .MOTHER; 'COMtes. i,, JFIR'SJT.v&d: I, we willmention' t. 'differettt' :things that-wtf: ulf" b..r..tht" :,

,f I If thln. '. CORNER DRUG,' !STORE.. ;,." :. x . ivould'make her hnppy'nnd'enjoy'Christmas! ] '. ..lIt) .' .
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I. Mtu.'Ca.dman"of N.coo.aeelwa., a -a -

.. j guest//ft" the' Gr ,. to "''whlle ',pend-. MOTHER: *: PATH) RI.- Jewel"'Case., (Clothes:Brush. :: : '' '
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r" ingSunday''t in Kissimmee.' *> ." ).f ,I ; :Umbrella Gold Handle. ' .'Watch in Gold lifted BracdeL: J ,- :f Be4ts.Witt Str'*'f I,*&.!I*'..-. "
If you will leave instruction r"Wltftus . ,," ,( ) ,:( .. or, ) \ :
we will deliver your packages'any.. Hand Bag (in leather or aliiWatdi l : Chain., I ('Rings"Diamoiids.( Plain,Bands, Gold, Knife, ,aW:k dsflu' %; ?(far' K

1. wherein the city you wish-..Monday, gator; 'Watdi fob. .. \.Signets, or Sets. ) ,; . Vest-pocket- w*.). % ;
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Weather Report Christmas. ,.morning. CORNER. DRUGSTORE .. Thermos' Bottle. y :Shaving Set', r Brooch: Pins "...;'. . : h) Pins;"i: x ./;.'.,::, '!:', : .

,. C. B. Krumbine and Bob Philips, 'TablewareInboth';; Sterling;:; :,Cuff Buttons. ,',Cuff Pins;. i .Tk Clasps..Watch '. ::.;;: i//? 1//'

. I wellknown'citizens, of Kenansville, and ." Collar Buttons Pearl' Necklaces.;; J '\ ns ; .-
.'< > Following are daily tempera: were In town on business- Saturday plated. . '} ;} . :. : .CJhw ::5 4 "j:_ .

:,:2'tures 'a.nd:.by precipitations.Government station as reported hey stopped at'the.Graystone.Mrs. .:' Cut Glass,'. (Bowls, Nappies, SISTER ,;;"I Xoral Beads.. :Watch lobs$., ." :;''lj': ;:l ;.; f' '

'.at Kissimmee fo." he Vases,,Water Sets.) '-//Ear'.Screws : : ..t '':; '.
weekjendIng O. Q. Sellers' and children ofantea .Wrist ?a tchl'.. .|.. : ,, ; \TigRa3and Ha _''I Jt, .
?Thursday;.N' .* BO'J : ? was here between trainsThursday '' Broodies. and; m sJlonda ', ./ Picture: :''from 3': Foun: :; ..tr; ,!, ,, 3',

-* Ma*. Min. 'RaidMonday .white en route for Miami, | Hand Painted'Scenes.Uuyalfiere." : .;;: I : ,+ tainPenss; :. \ .i I' l
,, ... 67 51' .28 where she, will be the guest of .. 1, .
? ; her.j+ f. Vanity Case., : BROTHER: ,.Pipes, J ',. , ,
,... .63 -34 brother H. Bar Pins. \
Tuesday B. Fleeman add family.Mr.
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''Wedjneednjr 67 eITh'ursda'y' ds.. .. ::;Mesh Bag. -.- -- --. .Military .Sets-in Steriing'Silver'" ,.,Cisareit holders. /;rf\
)i,J ",. *? and Mrs. B. A. Richards left .Jetlk : .. ; .. : > : ; f t' \? -
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61 ..61 '
? .62 I. for Winter Park Thursday, Toilet Manicure Set Ivory. Cigarette Cas ,' : '
Gold or
Friday i. ... 63 35 Or Silver Thimbles. or ; s. ,
they the day,. where I t ( : r < i : :: t ? ('j/
spent ]I '
,X'Sunday'Saturday_..' ...... 63 78 89 60'2.40 Mr. and Mrs. Moore bf .St Cloudwerpeets.at You can: find any of these' 4ss tsin'our"s: re and many,other .things, that have'not been mentioned; .ComeaftdJsea, : > *: W* '

" ...,_..:.rFlxp -t. : ., ,:., .. ',. ' r the, "Crayatone-IioteL, . j. v like to show,.goods.. > :,l $. .
... I. .c 1 '" J. '. .... ,.. ..._ ..
.f.... O..OO&.OOOO Monday and Tuesday while visiting,in H .. " . s .Jo.'I .1.;;

InsuranceSee A..E.. Drought. the' city. '
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1 WE DO ALL,. KINDS OF REPAIR ,WORK .AND' GUARANTEE ALt
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of'Arcadia .
D. L. Smith in the .. .
For:..3at1torllC., mules and,ahetl was ' 't. : .
land. ponies.: J. W. Millertf city Wednesday when he' registered' ": WORK TO \CilVE PERFECT SATISFACTION." : \ 'GIVE :US:.k, TRIAL., : ,. ,
Let's make this a musical Xmaai l-2t I at the Graystone Hotel. j I ;
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Miss Dorothy Smith accompaniedby ; '
Dan Recklaw and family arrived ..:
from Cincinnati Ohio, Sunday and little Miss Dorothy Katz spent ; ;, ,.tI
; "N'C '
iiicJewelers .
B'I'O' C 0 MPANY
registered at the Park Hotel. cousin Thursday Miss in T.Qrlando' AUman.visiting their' I I H. O. .,- : ', .4 *; .
'
Vfj:4 See .Dr. Davis for glasses for head- '. ., ,. "
k,ache eye strain, or vision. At Cuba Del Ray Cigars in"boxes of and
; poor : : : :"Optometritts.Successors t.. .
Lincoln\ house from Dec. 20 to Jan. 20. 25 or 60 makes one appropriateChristmas I .

':Eyes'' : tested, free. Fifteen, years' exsjjerience. STORE. gift. CORNER' 'DRUG* to Cole Jewelery"' : Co., ,!' "' .' :H.; O." :DROWN" : ,. :)Manager' ; :;:
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52-3t. mlnent1.1 .. -. .' ', ,
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F. M. O'Byrnewho ,is pr o''. OOo.uooo o'.o... t.... o > 0 00 4 "00 > <
William Wenger of Brooksville oo ouUO, . .. ., .
, connected with the Stat'Plant Board' ,..---0--. -,....... .- .--- T _.. T" .u _._ =
a a'ta 1 Ohio visited .in Kissimmee, Sunday.V -- ; ; O'T
He; ,topped-.t 'tbe Park Hotel. was guest in at the the city Graystone.Wednesday. He was aj J 'Wm.: H. Meigs,. a prominent"of attorney. :: Mr.T: : Parker of;Belleair,,Fla., APALACHICOLA ' ',I'' could et.got .anything that won

Philadelphia, registered: athe' was a guest Jast week .of her brother., : give me permanent relief or keep thf
-rlo
'
't to send those Victor trouble from pulling' down until
forget .
me,
Walter Lea, who connected. with Graystone, where he will 'spend a James. Johnston.. -
Records.; l-2t 4 :EATSALL,HE WANTS found out about Tanlae 'and began
,the Tucker Brick left : ''
plant Thursday couple V>f; weeks. He will then take tokJK4.
. J. 'U.Wood and L. D. Mackey, of far 'a short vacation, when he will ,his houseboat 'down the Kissimmee *Mrs.Lc: : ; EJ; .JUcCollum,::whose Ihome ', I'Veil.Known ' fit' has helped.'rts< over
fig '" d: New York, were touristsKissi visit his relatives in New York'city.. I river for theremainder: of the '"season Is in Colquitt,;Ga. 'Is'visiting, her \ :atixen Says, fit's. The ;troubles and I am now feeling
[ daughter,- Mn. J..J. Griffin.. I Honest':;Faet, I'd Pay $5 A' Dot. ,and can Actually eat anything I
tJfi I ; neg< SundaThey! Larry L. Pope a well-known'citizen as is his custom each year.'Miss *tv J < Ue'VFor 'Tanlae If l'l 4[without!having the slightest I

;gUSStIa.y of Mulberry Sink,..was..in KIa.lmmeel b. .. .Federal;R pr ..ntatlvee'W. J., Sears .Couldn't Get It For'Any' J: ,'from It afterwards/ have tried
;" I returned
Ruth Thomas
'' Lew"Statement .1 j lac for myself and I know it's a
from
business returned Washington
tory aTTrfimlnent looking after business matters Monday 'she yesterday .
where medicine and I'm to
from Pennsylvania spent glad rese
?
w man: fKi; 8imteee visited Orlando.between' 'the past five months the gnest'of. her for'the;- ',f' ,Christmas.' ,vacation.dA ,., /. after.etatement'frdm'all'sections U to all my frl ndst" '

trains?,Tuesday. ,Mr and Mrs.'W.C.,Bass, Miss Lola uncle,Wm. Hahmean'at Altoona., She -" Mr;and Mi-: S. .S.; Sanders of'Pitts- from day of to Florida day by, are people, being who made have j i i builds'>Tanlae,tip creates'the/'system.* healthy' pi a ,,

'Make this Xmas. "worth-while.,with Lawler and full) Bass' motored to Or- also visited her :birthplace in',PiU burg Penn.. are in Kissimmee'for the tried Tanlae and arc willing to.com ,blood, ,' and ;
a:,Victrol: { "' 1:2t lando'Tuesday.... : ' *.f.? I burg and .relatives and friends. in that Yuletide 'season, with- their mothers, forward and tell other sufferers Just,orates and re'vital the system
fL.fc- "- '- what It has done for them, and ttie... bade the
a brings
i .J,.,. Albert,Dunlap and.wIfe, whet;arrived ; 'A.M L.: :Barbean., of'Silver'Creek.N.Y ; vicinity.Mrs. Mr;' S. ,J., Sanders'and Mrs; ,C.'. V.., grateful testimonials have accumulate;! 'cheeksta nd the sparkle .1

" <, here from Columbus, Ohio. Friday; ? spent iS,,' few1 days in Kissimmeethis Martha Heck and Mrs.. 'May Bearden.Mrs'. .- ed until there is hardly): a county- village to' the eyes.' ., *
,. or cross-roads in this great l Stats J Tanlae dr.dg.e
a
/ m'rea-fat.ered: at the Manhattan week*looking after his ;valuable ,Troop from Dayton Ohio are winter: Ross Kelllshof., Kansas >City,. that has not furnished a, living witness ''rhalc

Botel. .",. Y/. ."'. .. I, ..t propertyInterests' Just" ;".east' of. the occupants of the G.;B. WoodaU" premJ Mo.; spent <..", rat 'days last week ;. in to the remarkable: : powers of this;'j
J.R.;. Bronson II' 1-."prominent' C'"I'In ba.lI city, *" '- '\, "r ? ,' 1 bee, at i: Shin'gla Creek:. They >expect Klsslmmee. .,"the guest'of'Mrs. C. W. medicine." v "JJust I z.

I m.f ness circles, here, made a trip to Orlando A ,E. -Overstreet is here' from" the to be joined by'two other women from.. Griffin.; \ ,, H. B. Tucker a few'days, one ago of the at Apalachieola leading cu -,'./early agree M part Y eon of winters BBBlH'aU l PIBVSMBW'\f "SJBST i ,

,' Tuesday,' spending. several east coast to spend the holidays with Dayton within a' short.time. Mr: and Mrs. W. J.' Hunt of Harrison . sans of that place), made a statement ..cold in Klssimmee ,
trains.LV'A. his brother, J. L. and family that has caused-* good deal of talk ;:. in
between Overstreet -
II" there .
I hoars .. ... I ,Rev. and Mrs. S.: W.. Lawler left for ; Ohio, have recently, arrived (n among the people there and has cans: Cloud y..Seminole Pharmaoy ,
;1: \ ." Guessay and L. ,A.. Guessay I their new home in Tallahassee Thursday Kissimmee. They will spend the winter ed a great number of,.them' to- buy: Kenan . ,
:' (' ,Jr.: St\Cloud 'were visitors in Mrs. Lester Flint, her daughter where-hs> will .occupy the pulpitin here.- Mrs. punt is Mrs.. C. N. Tanlae.,the-, 'hone.fact- ' ,, ), 'I

(1\ Klssimmee{ ,,V Saturday, on business. Mils Pauline, and Mrs. A. W. Flath- the First Methodisf church. Miss 'Paver's sister. dollars"It's.I a bottle for JT.n1aeeaId.I'd'pay+ Mr.' i B.'D,Hull i reosnt visitor. totown" dd/
: ers, all of Orange Center, here in the Lola will spend her vacation with her '
d ',1 .Tbeyputt tip at the Manhattan Hotel. i Tucker candidly I couldn't get it from New York' State, rel
; city for Christmas shopping Wednes deter Miss' Lo.U!1$ .Ash ton.;N, C., Miss Etta Witherspoon, who .has .'for any less and you'd :feel, the a.me'' to the tl.jp. Caller home this'
k ; S.XH, HilVM., H. Hill and A. M. I been in' Tampa several months, will it ,
i = day. and upon her' return to her duties in ; way. about if: you'd had stomach: has" '
Mt. Hull ,
'\ Caruthall,: well-known citizens of St. 'the schools she will make her home i spend Christmas with the home folksat trouble like I have for :four years and purchased land ,
\' .. Cloud, spent Sunday in this city anddinner Cary D. Landis, a prominent attor- Dr. Witherspoon's\ and with a' host been relieved in as short .time as I1! Orlando j'and+>will' .remain"};pe
\ the
with Lewis until
Mrs. O'Bryan ; "
was by taking .three 'bottles of this in ; ,
Hotel. ney of DeLand, was in Kissimmeelast ly Florida; ,
Park
guests at the of friends. ,
iii close of the term. medicine- ,- i.
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''AbiQ Wednesday on legal business. He "I had rotten; so I'd have, awful :. 'Souvenir :spoons',fi r, ,
NEW RecB '
bunch of Victor -
; ,made his headquarters at'1' this Gray-,I' E. F. Tucker' of Greensburg, Ky., Prof. and Mrs. E. O. Randolph and pains Jn 'the pit of J;t my stomach ,and mae,s'oldieV bake" nrsf ,' t '
;, ords'just, in from which to select that stone Hotel. and H. W. Holteger of Dillsburg, Ind., daughter, of Elon College, S. C., will had to be' mighty careful all 'the time Laredo,' Texas* Mrs; M.'D,/Caal.r
Xmas present.' 1.2t nowwinter residents of St. Cloud spend the Christmas season with Mrs. about my eating hi; would 'swell -np" celved bed.h.
Mrs. J. B. Westcott, accompanied and have heavy, miserable feelingafter a' beautiful, one from
'. ".;'" Phone.. .R,":DeWitt. Brown about by.Mr. aqd Mrs.., R. G.. Wldrig of St. were ,In Kissimmee Wednesday paying Randolph's- mother and sister'Mrs. N.' eating, and. it Just ,seemedIike Harper, a few days o; a,
...'that.Vletrola and .Victor R.corlaa: l-2t taxes and looking after other A. and Miss .Helen Sawyer.. II
;, . Cloud, ;: spent several //hours,. in Kissimmee .
Crawfor"'df Tlu rsday'while business interests. Miss Ruth Thomas,who ,has spent '
f , County:'Attorney ''W B. en route',for
'
'' f ">,: hears the call of the, banqu* ._from Orlando. .Children take BALLARD'S HOREHOUND the last Six months in FJttsburg, Pa,
' "' "; 'f! Jacksonville and 'today hies himself Joseph Thurman :"of Germantown, SYRUP WILLINGLY because returned this week'for theholidays i i: TOKJElr

. .' _.J,;::,..,' .>..,,f to.ire'"attend.k'. 'xIJ ;It-,Is*."Kappa'. Alpha. al Pa., who' is the father' of the late Harry it tastes nice. Then Isnt cbi1dren'acoucha. a better with Thomas.her parents, Mr. and Mrs..A..E. :IN OF OUR; APRECITML: __

-' W.;Thurman, |arrived Wednesdayto remedy anywhere; for
. t"' ;:;1I'' ' Aterney.G'P.: Garrett leaves to- spend the winter here. He will be hoarseness' and ,'bronchlUa.cood.mediciJII'and"7 Hairy' Duer Burokerv of Urbana "(FOR l KATTS' STORE); "' 't i.t i
\- :'tr' 'day-on; holiday-season visit to his domiciled at the 'Graystone Hotel.' It's .: to take. Ohio, arrived in Kissimme a few,days \1\ 1

,'. : \ tf-; ;,: mother,.Mrs. '\1.''0.: Oarrett; in Jack- Mr.1 and Mrs.-. -8Bonders, neeMiss Price.ZCc, We. and ,LOO per'bottler ago. He. will,spend.the.season,,with: ,To Oar Pairont. :.... \ -j! Nt % :: y ".t.

. , r sonvill .* ,. ;;t Marjorie B.arden'arsived from -Sold. .by, Osceola PbarJ6 q. his aunt, ,Mrs. ''W. 3.,1+'ripp.. By this means we..con<<: <<;jr:."to,.oor ;:mar y"'customer! **

' '\ \ Pittsbwtf .for visit with --- -- '.--- - r. .,....- our of and
) : Mlsi Louise cferk, teacher of Iron Thursday a I cense obligation _'appreciation% :theyleaseoui -,

; l t.: '. and : modern languages4In' Oiceola the Iatter>,.mother.'Mrs.'c. V. Bearden. -,. .... share or',tndc;; they have, I accorded'v to''; our; '
i High School,*d.partf.,today(t spend ,''and also ,with. Mr. Souders' mother : a.y' << : w nearly We Mall Nfii./
patied.
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the holidays with her horns folks, whollvsj Mrs.:.Souder/s. OSGEQLA-GOUNTY: FAIR '! morealfpoiiible( '
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i. 'I 1' cren ;, th cirVpnia
: )D lt tktice'andits'
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I'I: , ,. bt'':Tallahassee.:, \ 'J ",' r.o;,_;- ; 'te\W. J: Hunt''of'fsrriIon .. ," _
the
in,
\ hand.
: of
.; I port new year _
;"' I" a"son'oi. Secretary ,. Ohio, arrived Thursday U'spendths '
Crawford; '
;.. '1 0.,0: .WILL EXHIBIT AT KISSIMMEE !E ,
. : (Wishing to all of felicitous holiay'aeuoi'i t iI'
>, : 'of State Crawford,: leaves 'today ;for winter lien, They, will occupy' you;a ,
,. ,; 'Tallahassee for an'ex tended vislt'un-' apartments 'at the Busby horns.- Mrs.7 14 ''TO 17 'an enjoyable' and prosperous neV year;;: : ',: "- J;i ": .
1I>1l. the parental"rooftroe" - '.ti to'make a'reeonnoissanc.t.iu Mrs..*Lee ,Rogers'and children:arrived .,.. ; .......:: A.TI: ,; .,
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enough .1\
:/ ,. I HORSE RACES EACH pAY ,O? "FAIR, : .. : .
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ii" fore,among the/,Tallahassee.cbI': :, nunda-'froDt"her bom In'' s. "" (i1'. .1f'1 "

: Vtctiota.would make Xmas last Tampa to spend the-holidays-with' her'! \ ". . ... '. ,.., ..... .. .
.
; parents,,Mr.- and Mrs.. E.;L. Green.' j ,
""'J ) whole, year.: t' J' ,l2t.Claude and Trained-Animal i Snow ." . : _. '..d.CHISIMASIS .,' : .
Mr: Mia/J.. M.. Coch'rane corner'ofCypre.i Carnival and "
}I' / \; F.'Johnson: of..ths St. Cloud ; and Brack'' streets, ;are be-.1! .. .. .. J r I .
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\td.t I ,Tribune,'Vas IntowriSaturdaylook-| : Ingvisitedthrough"the''; ; holiday by 'jv' ,FER' 12 .TO\r: \ urnr'
:interests. ,(
kusinaea
17 w; log, after :' tb.lr dangbter, )Ir..-Bdna DeMandel, : ALMSl' _
, ,- wia,' H.'T.tor.Pd Edward,.Re. who'Is enroute her heme, In Tampa; .. /Various'. ;,Frec Attractlonsr-AtWetlc Spirts'r ; :

'; '..efE:;:,.Trenton,' N, l..twen.lriata\ I from;/; a ievn- 'sojourn hi 'Col-: *, '/-, : . :,j < "> .* ", .. ....
\ i ff
>nt the city;Sunday. They! orado..Springs. Colo. Mrs.t DeMandal's. :. ' \ 'J.. 'Have j you,*'/ailicipated/therrevsfrt' ->i f 'oI7'1\/ 'by' SMBMr 1 i JKNSJTiViraot'our.masl.OfcUr

,headquarters'.... : \at:'ths"" Man-.I, daughterbin.; EH :.Wjtt; also'resides. " OFFICIAL SPAT SITOWOF,; ': iirlyi '; rv dgaiy..t is f' .
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.,' ,"I' f..ail<< mchftetd'N.Y.w., ; .{ : i'". SCarljMorrow!Y .,t. ; son ofMr".1:' < ) ind"Mr .! < AMERICAN. "'POULTRV" .ASSOCIATIc" NFORtp'oattty ;:,:,,,. } .': : '':.i-:\ '''swawbtee:: t rf '{abaoluiesatisfaction: ;! or saoney refusided. Ylw'. ,

efty guridsy, *
H.-'W., -.Morrow ,,came 'yesterday'tr m Itb I ..'I""A' .nDT.p\ .,. 'ik > ;" n. ns 1011-". our ,
3 At, ; .41. '...Manhattan... . 'r *. 'University? of'.Florida' (G' }"*;; "..''..... -,,'.',..1f.... ''' .n" '-1'1'. ,- . .... ", '
dH ,r"S 1 H.'wnt1 ;G.'W'ao.\ ; ..;.'..,. ''' W"Floai'M. I...Flor. Ss. '1 Ol a.}MV, _.'c.fr'a. . . .
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THE''LIS51MMEE'' YAL1'E..GAZB'tTE : :
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I. not the brilliant ]kindj;f 'like' '- Verue, of the'Kissimmee.Valley1 Gazette, jets boys ,would j.quaClip.< .*., u> jf "L

but is consistent For punting be baa a place on the NI-Star't am.. This it only had the.". ig'ht'andeould heeof

.. ) no,equal and bas missed.only two a deserved tribute' and is not surprise down his .Agbtingtblood'Frank'' gists. 'j .
koala from touchdown that his team been the best too cantankerous on the
has field
playing
ing. Bradley when he
has made, and twice)has his trusty; toe '
won the roal.The of football and has bees getting less I gets riled. This Is .o3sastrou4 to play, i.

; There has. beeO"N / balk field Is easy, for every. one praise for it than any other member of lug good football. eool ,head la as,, {f.

that has seen and la' fives this the Osceola High team has been getting asntlal almost.any one"who"wouldplay : \
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> 'to him then comesVerue .
position ; "
'
' t His lack of praisehas a good .
: game.Team's
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:''ty '' ,,0 of HUlsborouffh. This man has For good playing;
:
'
; (' < \2 always gotten away for lone trains, been mainly due to the fact that Genera.., Improvement. i e', ,J
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_ : : : .L"\", :sGratpeNuis and if he ever seta by the secondary he Is a Valley Gasette boy. *, The team, as a whole,' has improved

'g Advance ,iiv theikfevJilPrice : : ( '[.....' ivi', defense touchdown.:you had Never Just as before well has give Florida him J6haaoa Always. Plays WelL about'20 per cent over last'season. It '" i

l: ,(i' 4., ., ?:::, I !,i .:; ';. :' 1 1f,1 I, a seen such a broken-field runner. Johnson plays a good game always.His scored 59 points last 'season' .,' to D,, :4 J

I' .'. ,,:,r. , In returning punts he has got to be only fault I., an occasional .scored by its opponents. This season >;
yvi' l. 'J : , If : '"I"' ,' "'T f ,;" IY,(',?"j, \ tackled before he gets. started, or he fumble. Twice or thrice' this season It has made,77,, to 84 made against it.:. ... .
1' will go ten to twenty yards. he has fumbled at crucial moments by opposing teams.. Thls is '
,\ :. ' ;11'.I .. la BeatAroundEnd ; 'adualv.of .
r ''of "" '. ,', Ayala Man In Florida. His game has improved much'since a the Lakeland game; which was not' '

.' .' :: year ago. He will be graduated this counted In the regular"achedule'''
because .
it : 'At the ethel half we find Ayala of -:
.'''tt, ; : : (. Hillsboronrh. This- man is undoubt- term, however, but he would be an acquisition the O. H. S.,boys had to'till ii ,

,L ":' : __ 1 :. "f ;". '.,'" I ,,, .' edly the best around-end man in the to any college team he might reveral places with 'outside players for A):>.
"
; State. Some say Vefruer but Ayala' join. that game or faU to.mak' the trip to,' a'1k.land.
'? ( is more consistent and where Ve rue his commendation -x
/ deserves
> ' '. r ;: ': has got to get past the line of scrimmage Singletary ..,.
He is a crackerjack for tack- It is to be noted ,
.,.. .; before, he becomes effective, I that' last season ''
J j t .' I' Ayala can gain with practically no Inig. This, with his speed, and other Plant City downel! our: Cowboys by $aJt
Post Toasties interference. He is a sure tackler, would enable .
: good characteristics, : 0. This year our lads cut
;, .' ',\ i' .,1:. ; . :' and never can a man .hope to get'whenit by him to develop into the ranks of the I to 27 to 9 in favor'of P. C, This the tally derspite 1
him he is without
as an qual
". I ."..if.;\\t} '(" M' I);,,' comes to speed. Next Is Scott of best if he could overcome his tendency ] (the kissing method of 'tackling- ,I

",., : ,t. Postum' r' Bradentown. This man has played to get: "rattled." ; practiced by the Strawberries-grab
!(, . .
: wonderful ball all and is the *
If' season '
I \< "1. y'L !-' j i Plant City CoachIs bing opponents about the< neck and
hardest to lie does not
stop. .
/' ;:" 'L;' : ,. -'::'":' .'. Instant Postum side step man as Vegue pr' Ayala, .or twistas Strong For Local: Talent. hugging them a 1 la a-man'-and-a-mal: <

; f,,?,4: !"J. ,r Looml.r but runs hard, his head I The places Coach Harris accordsto style. This Is a fault'' from which the,
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'I .... !,., . .,;f". low a knees high. On the defense the Harris and Johnson lads should Osceola,boy e have well-nigh rid themselves 'i
}, h .;.,.( ,'", ,,' '''illi." . you can not get a pass over his |I Abe all the more appreciated becauseof though. Only one of them lad
f ""ii, \ , t q'',;, ,,; : :,Ijlit: i head and he is Heavy and tall making: the partiality h'e evinces for Hills- entirely overcome It.

"I I : i,:" :'< wP j TKese.. staple, healthful and appetizing .prod- him tackling a dangerous is fierce man and on certain.defense. His borough county's players. lie certainly The Osceola team's financial( status

',' 'ie <' 1.\'r Four Lada is a strong booster for patronizinghome slay improved this season Last year

;' ; nets obtainable.r i right now from Equal to Any In South. industries. He places five! of I the team came out, $37 behind.. This U, ',
J' ) # < .YL; : your grocer With these four men in the backfield his own lads in star and near-star season this deficit was paid off and. \
II : will in the SouthIn I
: they equal any positions; and seven members of the $4" remains In the V.
; V:; .af :the'; 'same price you have been 'accustomed: to high school or Prep circles. We other Hillsborough county team are treasury- t i\
: ( have Loomis and Scott to shoot the if gratifyingto ,to note, that the 7(
," .". \ and bunch the line with likewise distinguished by him-12
Vegu
.1 ,Ir parses : Osceola team has played clean'gamesthroughout
w .
("', I' I and Ayala to circle the ends; and for players out of 22-leaving only 10 ,I
the
I n'"J.pay. season. Another mat-,,
.. ., ., I punting and drop kicking Loomiscouldtake positions for all other Florida teams *
,
.t. ter for Js
\ careof that end, whereas gratification that none of its ,
;; :: ,) '.' 1tDliis 1 :is.-exceptional"and' 'you. will no doubt Vogue could play safety and the other Either df the Anderson' brothers- members has been knocked out of any .%)
'; three backing up the line, and, with] Orlando_ pn__, for instance., Is a better game by injuries... .
tI it would be hard to get by or get a player than is any of the Plant City i
: of it. their heads. Keffer baa shown considerable ex. '
tak5 passover ,
: advantage
latteris
The
:i. r4 : ? Regero Also Commended.The lads-excepting demons. ecutive ability in managing the team. !.

other men who are running said to be the only one of the P. C. Prof. R. M. Evans has been over. '
.I
\. these very close are Strinfrfellow and boys who should find place on an all- heard to express himself as being well ""
Cone of Gainesville, Johnson of Kis- '
Florida eleven. phased with the season's football

,kl, __ -- , r'M These limmee men, and should Atkins be of the St. Petersburg next call, star Frank Bryan of the Kisnirnmee I' work performed by his season'. ,
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with Among of Bradentown, the Anderson eleven.
'' ; "Adjutant"and Mr.< L. A. Odom are portunity. I have been greatly benefited brothers of Orlando. and ".Jr.
"NTEERS'OFAMERICA in charge of the project. The former by Doan's Kidney PilU." ; Strain of Lakeland clone up. Regeroof ;
; 60c all dealers. Don't Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe The Qidefce net Does Not Affect TIll ilsN'Becau.e :
Price at .
been Ki !simme is a good man but too ;
: for
Florida funds.
has
:: "RESCUE" 1 urln. simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan fast for his interference, which has Old Standard gtarrtl lrnglhcnlng. tonic.GROVE'S of IU tonic' ]and tautfea effect.LAW V ,
$ ESTABLISH Thworcbas' substantial: endorsement TASTELESS chill TONIC drl.ei out TIVK BROMO QUWiNB i. _tertll..OI"U." ."' ,I
: Pills the that '
a Kidney same him ud doei sot '
; handicapped Considerably. Oujnlne cauM nerrraane .
I. ? :,;including the approval of Gov.: Mr. Carl had. Foster-Milburn. Co.. a.MUrla.tnrlchr.Moodand build up the. eyeS. in bead. B.........ber the full Mint and acerlog1na \
Harris I Best End A true Ionic. For adult and cbildtcn. :IDe yi
FLORIDA !em. i.ok tw the.igaatara.58 W. OROVB. ,
i : Props., Buffalo, fr. Y. SM..
__ .FAJMJN' ernor Tramrnell. Player-Has Only One Fault. ;+\
"". "
,. ., 'The.Volunteer, officials claim their As for ends, they lire very scarce Vk> |
t| "Maud"''B., Booth '(.Mrs ,Bal lncton efforts"in this species of "rescue" I Two KissloiBU Boys Put 0| All-Star hfs season. Only one man this season C. A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary' ,
; '
i ".. Booth) '.. expected"'to'visit: 'Florida ,work'-has been markedly '.successfulelsewhere. 11 (Continued From Pago One.- ha. shown to be worthy of a place
that he and that is Harris of
plays
'I ..'{.arty in'.1917. for- the\.p ctat purpose. -: '' Kissimmee. Less than twenty-five The Waters & Carson 7'

"tottupenblne; the Inauguration of'the and better material than ever yards have bean made around him the
which'the CONFIRMED before; Lakeland Sarasota and whole He is down
|home and tnduitrlal,tarm: '; : TESTIMONY season. always under -
,
Brookavllle' being the new teams that I a punt and time'after time he
.'.V01uDte of,.Anierlca' are preparing
: n have helped out wonderfully in the throws the runner for a loss. Never
; establish atHampton (Bradford .... -' glorious team In the
ti ; y\o : season. Every has he. been gotten by one man. It Grocery
i i'I', ,.county) t tor prisoners''reieasedfrom.: ? The.. Kind Klsstmmee. Readers. Cannot! State has good men but as there are always takes two, and generally the COPlij
;, State WWDtlarle ., 'Mrs!:, ,Booth ''Ii' .'' I only eleven places and over 100 mentrying three. '
.. Do n'"Kidney' Pills hav' stood the for those coveted places, it is The only fault with him he is not y6
t" .P SaW. 9| !fl two Meade of they, of JLS'; ;I test. :" ,-, ", : hard to pick some of them. rood on passes

:r: .f 'Thers'is"aBbth. 'r branch of Uie'ffeniral'"rescue'"work 1 *The test oftime-the".hardest' test I' Johnson of KUclmniee" Second demons Is A Demon Wholesale and Retail Dealers in "

.. of thisorganliattoni.'walch"Js"a'seceding of all. .r" : Choice Amang Other Good Ones.In For Spilling Enemy's Playa. "
.1'
1 'offihoot 'Thousands tefullytestify.To ; the back field we have Loomis of :
; ef The other,.end goes to demons GROCERIES
of Plant and ofHillsborongh
results. Ayala
quick Plant City. Although played
the 8alvatlon Army' ,Attract ,land
Kissimmee readers can no longer Scott of Bradentown the back field this year.end is his .
!.Ian been obtained ..at Hampton;,'v on doubt. the evidence. Atkins o'f St. Petersburg, the Anderson and he is dead reR'alar '"
on
..lrbtgl a 'iom'e and agricultural indusw It'8'convincing'; te.tlmoni-twtc. Brothers 'of Orlando Stringfellowand is place a demon in spilling plays passesand before '

Ii' opportunity released told and well.confirmed. Cone of Gainesville' Johnson .of they get started. 'He is tall and 00.. 0 0 0 000.00 or. 0 000 000004000; 4 :
Kissimmee readers should profit by Kissimmee.and Strain' of Lakeland.Of . .. ?;)
MnpW4o rehabilitate themselves.. these experience. ,' these, for fullbacks Loomis rangy, making it easy to spill the 0 0 v""b.V Vr .' ",'t . ",<)4 i
iiaaalCi f 10', pO still ,is' needed to put Henry W. Carl St., Cloud > Fla., leads them all. He is a deadly tackier lays.St Next to''and these Fabian are Childs of Hillstrough. of. WE SELL, 0'' ,0 "'+ WE BUY ,'e.. ,

L'i 'sIWon' .into operation, ome'' says: _"1 gladly confirm the statementI a wonder with his toe and can shoota Petersburg. These ,two could fill the , ... "5: ., )j.-: ;. !
,11"
gave'' some years ago' praisingDoan's forward pass better than any man HAT > ; t'>: ',
(!>r hsl been obtained places very easy; and'Bartow has a .. 1\
Includin.1 I Kidney Pills. I recommendthis in the State. He can buck the line 0 0 HIDES
i .i** ..f. ,11,000' ;rW9rtl 9t remedy whenever .I have an.op.' and never has he.failed to gain He strong man in Martin. 0' GRAIN ,4, 0 ..
Singletary Commended.Next 0 O FURS +, J

comes 'the tackles, which are 0' FERTILIZERS 4 0 ,.''
t' J the hardest places to 111 There is 4 4 0 WOOL .:
: Prince Albert more tackle material in Florida than 0 SHINGLES O '. X
gives anything else. With such men as AND ;.

_ Dye and Tyler of Bradentown, Light 0 ORANGE BOXES. 0 '.
smokers such and Weyman of Hillsborourh/ Hath- 4 0 0 ALL .',.'
r cock and Rocher of Plant City, with 0' ORANGE WRAPS 0 0 "' '.., .y
Lanlf ton of Duval and Singletary of COUNTRY ,
l delight because Kissimmee, it is hard to pick; for, to 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 '6.... I .
see these men play, it is just a toss- 4 0 0 PRODUCE ,
t ? ; r up. But 'we have to take the whole 0 CRATE NAILS 0 0 ..' '
it*' flavor is so different and so season into consideration, and then 0 0 0 ., j'' I
: we leave out the upper part of the 0000 40o00000 04 . .0. . . 00_ . .,. { '1'
delightfully good; State. From South Florida, I choose :
and Light. They both aggressive N'1: \
Dye are
; + -it can't bite your tongue; and are large enough to open We lell field and garden seeds of all kind 3. .'

4.- -it can't parch your throat; ub a hole. Dye is the best of them Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.': .&:

tr I all, for never has he been'outeharged Free delivery in city limits 'Phone No. 12. .
', ''i' -you can smoke it as long and or outplayed in any way. Then comes I
We for circular and prints '< '
Light who' Is every bit aa good as Dye. are county agents good fertilizers; Ask us for }/! (
4& ' 'ti ,,.as hard as you like without any Rocher of Plant City is good, but not .01 fertilizers. 'Ii : :,

1 comeback but real.tobacco hap.; being able to come out has handicap.hfor =:!i. ".
-- I.,
'
Mksfilt h e' t. piney! ped .. j
k t As guards I choose Miller of ,.,!tl ,

+ I : .',i On the. reverse side of every Prince Plant City and Tyler are of Bradentownfor Some Catena C. Bryan, Pres. A. ". Bryan. Vice...... P. K..Weaver Secy.7res3Bryan .'
these two men powers. r
u I Albert'package! ,you will read : gay, "Why take Tyler from tackle?" '. t. ,
+?!b P/IOOLS FATCNTCOOTM. Well, he is too valuable to lose and / .
.
..
,"ULY leOT' not as fast, as Dye or Light. Then
r .I.S". That means to' you a lot of tobacco en. there, is Craft of HiUsborough, who r

4 a ' .b ; Jayrnent. Prince Albert has always been would Tyler. get, on guard if it were not. for 1 t.

t i sold without coupons br premiums. We St Petersburg- has good in '
; a man I.
_e4 M t r k ;), t. .prefer, .: 'to" give, ,quality I Cargyie as well as Gainesville in /
4 GaskinVll.key'That' .
} AIL"At Realty Compan-

center we have Wilskey. and ,
when you. say that, you have said GRAYSTONC .I t .
1ti&lJ. MI LBERT CASINO ':
1 enough for what is needed by a cented '. ;
he has it. Next comes DeVane of
.. Plant City and O'Neill of Gainesville. i
: '.i t I+ th&natllonal joytnioke a Hers is the line-up of the two
1
t"I ; ; teams! ,

,' w.' r 4' tFOttLrt1a.d' S.A..1 a.wdJ-d..M Na a. d I lp'I' First TIII.CenterWUake.l. .L
... ew w. .a.rt r .a..aAer..rr wa.rre..nMfN '
Ir Hillsborongh.
'\I}; " fe 1.aia., seas elfM..ada J .droPrMe ,r'oe' rnna C I d }1W Guard-Miller !slant Orance Groves Timber lanrfe, We Pay Ta ,
dlieoQ a City. ,
arid- '' near .t m. er.r"roes r
- Cettk .
I Benches
lt'r r M p...Shat..a.ld..e.) TM r.MJrd II cl 'fl h Guard Tyler, Bradentown. Country *n4 Menu andAfeats

. ,. L ')4 :,!pipo'rsatisfactin, :, ,'I ?' fMAredlm.lM.rMn'.fMX.Mpt a isI 1 Aac> I Tackle-Dye, Bradentown. City PropertyINSURANC for) '
.em.ps.M.MA.l6p.Mn. i FORS IINDERTMEi Tackle-Light, Hillsborough.

t ; all.we oi' Its enthusi-r, I ,'. ;< . .. I octii'DISCGyEAEDi.' End-Harris, Kissimmee.
> '
End demons. Plant
,,. City. i
>l stiD'Triends' eyf3rclalmed: 'an.e M ETIjwAtO DiVr Quarterback-Vegue. Hillsborough..Halfback ++* ++ ++
: \"I ,,fl t.tiJ.f"iif! J d" t" .1', 1t00 IVi'11d WHC -Ayala: Hillsborough..Halfback .
,. .:. .'. I 'It h.na q M. .' -Scott. Bradentown.
f' : ",/ Fullback=Loomis, Plant City. afldREAUELet ;
.
..."air"{: $ 'answ8is Rt3la'smoke, desireyou'', i'or'any Second, .(Or Substitute) Team. ,, ..

:; ,''otheman' ';;: v ';h dJItiS'.sO: ;: :; ",. tOCLY aEDJ .- ;'Guard-c.nter--DeVan-CraftJ: HUlsboronjrhV,.' Plant City. us Insure your Life,"your,:Health i ;,i

, 'U'' 'cOct'fnd) ;',; { nr, and< appealing '.. to your I ..Tackle Guard--Gaskin Weyman, Gainesville.> Hillsborough. Information in regard to prop'"

'it ''' am..tappe.; ; .: ,Tackle-Rocker, Plant City. sale'
i.tchummY" and
.ehiu ll \ 1 rent cheerfully
, t. L'"w ; .End-Childs," Si// Petersburg!, .
it in .' mighty': iorttImo; ...!,.,..., ',. \'r";:l"F'j., \ '''' .f' :' I I I Bud-Fabian?, Hillsborongh St.' ; : Iii addition to fifteen other good<,> les,

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., J"q J t'I'; QuarUrba'k--Atkins Peters.lfbackrAn
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t 'irk r a .y . ..a. ; burg.- ; , ,: ,, MOW,.represent the well
; : x; a ; I'i :;: .Il, .'t1' 4 ,
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:!: '" derson : ,
Wm Invest Sd'orto: IHGIM' AU"t'0Ur, .' :.- .. .. ,;, ,,...! Orlando.; ,, t,1HalfbacknStringfellow .> \ X

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1 ..t ,i. If.':TWBy: Gfrfs'Of(": : GAS os DY"k

.rtnE'ri litConaes, ,,To. Stay'fhritx''Season,, 1.4. v.PARK. .. . t ...
u 'r t f i L llJilCU.VtR7SSH oifl'! d -:111ft: a'_ l'.1'Ul" : vq 1
r'r fie
'biwfntaliLpionsiti I 5eea thotvoughly : turbans.i. I In many,ow*"the'h to.t }hats. BiiH.. i ii. imN trouble. with tbas'eerrfarrsr:I. :t '!l , IH Av._rlaeMss. r,

p ( NGLf pot to the teat;;for her*'we are''"I.> Is -noticed that..trimmingIs;; ... ' 4 ; = I'gathered\: dgbty-two::'pounds'' of ', If what you Just ate is souring
: 'Joined the Club""becausebought :
r fully launched,in to the midwinter season. .. placed directly in front. Small round' ? Canning tomatoes frolD.lD7. ,tmst' plants tW*' lies like a lump;
rw The leading events;which'always', hats,or';.shapes jrith..upturned i brimsare ,Jtt; would help to teach' mehow used si? .,of, .*.* <".''',oi**.9ur tablet:|ll{W'Hgsstsw a digest, or you '

4 METAL marV.tas. : opeta "'of the 'social'seasonla often',trimmedwith a high aigretla .to pw'' g.rdegand.. how,.' to'!.canfrult'and didnt can any,:of_my 'tomatoes.X to"I rood gas,,> or hare tractate a .. soar of, undtj

J New ''yo..k"me'already, taken the,very' enterv aabl.w .an vegetables.My > cot's good many peas, off ray,, hesMbara, 1e.sas ., bed ,
r9 place, It"Is* very > ay: tor"eDth.: 'entirely/untrimraed! .except 'or.1"'.the : garden was \on'' ,a\new: piece of vines. I ,'.-th.red"MID.' ' cucumbers. iia saseA aad sWtnseh aesuheae, '
''
.. TOOAVOftCATMjO MATE RIAL iMO casual observer to differentiate between :.heavilyembroidered veil which serves land. Jt .had one 'crop ,:before; My also ,, :.. caa Mk blessed rettef InnVe mia
VU I plot; was 13f, feet '',longhand' 99,,feet The meaning of our club:..emblem ,, Put aJFend 1..Nelnaah towsMe fIv_ R
and js
the rejected the accepted still :
KCIALX an
as are
.adornmeat1 very pop-
: 1 .. : ,
:jACKSONVrtLC._..!-.. modes>"; ":.,i.' J I, .1'.I' -t r *, wide' -or 4,! 0 square feet.I . H-ucI"H-eart. Head, sad H-ealth. ''I PPaapepaapelnfrrom any- drugless case

'It livery anlik.ly'now'thMther.J j J. 'Chantilly aft.l;metalliclaceshave" ;'I planted, my: plot there because I I always ,had good times at all of You realise in nre minutes bow a1 a

will be any surprise, in stors'for'uabefore also'entered the 'field ''of' ,millinery. thought 'the vegetables. would-, grow the"club- meetings. ' ttjis'to,suffer: from

the spring fashions begin ,to',With, so much metallio lace" used '
L. ': V >SEE appear, and it, still'U too early. to anticipate : ,' the'"milliners have ,seen: '1Upossibilities } had*in,,puud;.plowed and\harrowed vegetables. I have 'used the 'recipes. 1t4 the qul world., It's reIn TMMexico's -" ,
>I"" y' these, though (it'must be admitted ; as applied'' to list and before I put,out my plants. the .Canning Club has seat to'me.,
I I think .it best to loosen 'TWe .. largest ,Iron <
that such a thing''.. 'spring jars, uangitmoat successfully, om7 the ground. .ecla good many vegetables sit: deposit, (
: FARMER talk even ai early as!. this has not,bind with satin or\,velvet, _Not bxfreIqnantly before'.planting the young plants. I lama I IX f that cf the Cam del IMereadoDnrango. ,-
r CARSON been unheard of. i then Ie'another addition' in used commercial fertiliser.,, I used "have 'l..meCI.'how. to can :train ., A;mountain' tfeO'feet'

r .' We may be, thoroughly .assured the form of 'fur. By reason' of. the about the fertiliser; 25 ".pounds,of, fertiliser, \ put land vegetables, and.. how to. raise gar* 4, 00 feet lone and WM felt broad'1st' ;
after the'
however, that the straight lines and formality of these .materials, these on I yonarplant. dens.. *
said to solid
almost
: bf
had started to grow:, ...... -6'. ,a mile pi urea
9
.y
slim silhouette of 'which we have of for formal
.hats are, course, worn. "
FOR beards and seen,so much, are to stay'I,occasions :1 planted. my seed, bed' ,..and keptit TAKES. OFF DANDavrl. .. r. td q\.

with us throughout the season. ,On|L To trim sport hats, the vary' newestthing :watered good until :it .was almost 'M.tIR'STOPS FALLING -
ready>'to;reset when'abeavy'frost' 'r 1 ,
every' side we see countless variations is worsted or felt motifs representing ; ) .
Sate
Pony Buggy and and killed T..U.ld Get 25 cent bottleof
._ I I came them all out.' WANJE''DAT !
:
and all sorts of
animals
( : :ur- : Then I got,Hiss 'Anne: Carson- to "Daaderbalr'rigiit'tewtl.. ,* : ;
appllqned to
lois designs. Theseare '
buy some more plants for me, and. I 5tope'Itehiag.eplp. JuGKB8T.PBICB8; .
.Harness crowns or brims. Chenille In bright ,
reset .
hats. kept my tomatoes hoed and,-wat hair I. mute evidence of a neglected "
ered. I did not stake or. prune: my scalp ''of dandruff-that awful scurf. Coon Hides, Skunk;
About Blouses And Skirts ,
THE 'PRICE IS RIGHT plants. A...' There Is nothing so destructive to Hides;- Fox: Hidea '
: Basque blouses, though they are being I I did ban the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair ,
favored more and more day by not any trouble with my I of its lusts; its. strength and its very'J. Opossum ,. 'Hides,.' Ot" ,
plants; except: that of frost killing, life, '
succeeded the .eventually producing a feverishnoes .
day, have.not ousting ; . terHid s **
those In my seedbed In place of which and itching of the scalp which!: . <
Inside -
7'/ Mouse' that is worn ,the skirt: I''bought more:plants, ..nel'ltem.th.m.nd if not: remedied causes the hair roots, Doa't.StD JH&.*.SlewiailFarlsW''B.
The frill'of fine lacs in to shrink ,
model with a raised them.. ".' loosen and die-then the n '
MUSTANGI front or of the'soft material of the) I gathered 'tomatoes' ,> hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne MAKINSON ,CO.t."
my every' two nlchtaowtimewlll _
blouse still holds its own. Some of 'very, or three days. J did'not fief'sny,gf save, your hair. ; . .. surely. .[ . O' ". .' IC" ',' 'r'; .
tractive are tan, or '
new blouses '
'
Get
my tomatoes. We- 'used'them all:at : a 2K cent bottle'of Knowlton's
.Sprains Lameness .
; ,
sand'color'ed Georgette decoratedwith Danderlne from any drug store. Yon
Sores Cuts RheumatismPenetrate shadow in fine wooL home surely can have beautiful hair and lots Robert '
embroidery I had>,cucumbers'. beans n ______. 011:1'__: &_...._end__ of it If.von will lust trv & littl. niiZderina. Riedel l Co.
I *and H. r.. watermelons also, but nothing grew .;; '8at., haul-- Try' ir! I I NOVELTY WORKS r

'. Stop Pain At Once except watermelon. and .
tomatoes. '
I Iin. ItOVSV BIa
The world's principal v jade mineffflM[ 1 1Pheaest
: For Man and Beast For canning my fruit and vegetables .
Burma, where the privilege'of,mining < Wiades oval ik..
25c.50o.l.' At AH Deafen. I washed the fruit and( then the stone has been in the .
posses
.
oj
I peeled it and packed it Into jars and don of one Indian tribe for 8h t'BasUeaee ;
.
: put>> salt on the fruit and many, gen ,
LINIMENTTHE r filled, the erations.: 1 DarUagtesi-, Nes Vrsight J s

Jars. with water and put ora the rubbers ,
and the lids, but I did not .
,seal '. '
\'t the Jars. J put them on the fire ,And . "' y.wt.. .-!,..7.-"Vi-. .," ".. .. :

boiled them for ,five minute., and "'" COO .
; then removed them from the fire and ;. 'f.

f: e SHOEFIXTRY J YuC.u sealed them" This is',,the recipe! ;:that ,'i"'" .
'
I used for :' ,.
)canning tomatoes. Jto .
Fred Hercberg, Proprietor. '... ;
e I-did, not preserve any fruit at alL \
, "I 1 ; (Room No. 6, FlemingBuilding) The 4-H brand stands for Head

Darlington Ave. Heart Hands and.Health.

A Favored Paris Modelof i o The emblem U a ..mail'place,. of

I the chemise dress, which has certainly -'. linen,' stamped with ....4-H" on' each

been the* most insistent note one, and one emblem,is to go on the

.from Paris all along. There is no caps and"one on the aprons. ,,There .

\ doubt that this is the leading style! of is a clover lesion, one of the emblems.

the moment, both in Paris and New and a tomato on the.other.,, ..
York. We have had several nice times at ,
'
:; :A Paris model which has been copied i our club mating Ones Miss.Albina '

again and again} with great success is ,. Smith came out'to Center Park I and ,' rs'
j. a
Illustrated here. It Is of Copenhagen helped,,the girls to.work ono; emblem

Brim blue chiffon velvet with silver metallic t)s.Cuy and told us how to work the other. .,
old shoes and let
us your
t I embroidery worked in the simple"] and"she served I ice cream. also.. '
4, , us, fix them 1IV* new.. All work darning stitch, one of,the most widely .,Since I joined th4-, club I have

: guaranteed., used garnitures for the fashionable learned how to can different kinds 'of I '...A 1t1l .. .. ... . -.
"
: KISSIMMEE ., FLORIDA dresses'"at present The overdress effect fruits and' 'vegetables I have learn-j '
is auch that it maT be carried out .1.1I ed how to cook different things. I have i 'THIS IS 'THE 'CHRIStMAS' STO E7

in two materials.. For a "very rich effect -| 'l.bot,Blouse And Pocketed tiUrt used several of,the club's. ,recipes...for. 1> .
there Is no smarter combinationthan Motifs worked In old blue 'old' rose' canning etc ('. PRAM CAL, SENSIBLE. GUTS; :". ..;:. "
w T satin and velvet] unless it be and tan enhance the artistic beautyof 't gathered 160 pounds of tomatoes which are sure to reciated are found in'ihund.aclrlieieralsw.: .
< .
Georgette 'and velvet. These combinations these waists. Bright yellow and from my tenth-sera plot. ;; TOY6,.DOLLS AND NOVEL" .&" .* .>. .. *Jt''.

with the addition of fur, occasionally deep rose are among the newest colon I used all my vegetables at home.I COME TO TAMPA : : <* c .,,.
are in .]excellent taste and entirely that have been seen in separate canned 80 quarts of guavas and 12 If you cannot: 'come here., use; pus rom tInd: efficient "

sawniu' approved by fashion leaders.It blouses. Some have' collars of the quarts of tomatoes, 6 quarts of blackberries ; \ ,-ttAIL 'ORDER SERVKt::T i

t1ACI1INERY is well established also, that satin same material, while others are trim- 18 glasses of jelly and ft Tell' us what you W&Dt'aad the pnca you wash, to pay,' ''WYguaxaaUfv: "*

AND is one of the leading materials for med with a white collar. quarts of guava butter. 'ssfaction.MAAS " . t" '"

dresses this season. As popular and No matter what rumors may be circulated My work cost me $6.081, My profit BROS., TAMPA, :L1.; ,.."" ;,
ALL SUPPLIES 'numerous as were the taffeta dressesin to the contrary from time to was $10.55-after I paid all expenses .

Write For Drives And the autumn, so are the satin frocks !time, the separate waist and skirt are Th. club has. helped to teach me ., -'- -;)
this winter. One of the reasons for it. 'always with us. Separate skirts are how to grow a garden and to can different -

Catalogue popularity is that this material I. not offered in plain and pleated models, kinds of fruit and vegetables.

too light to be worn comfortably under some with pockets and yokes and
the top coat, even in cold weather. some without. A yoke which extends BY ETHEL SIMMONS CENTER Get that 'Yc

Again, it is not considered too dressyfor in points over the hips is exceptionally PARK
informal wear, while it is always smart. Over the points are placed I joined the Canning Club because I

just right for receptions, teas and little pockets with flaps that are but- was interested in it and could learn for 'Christmas

matinees. toned down. how to cook' and do .many other _

ej e 'I't Wa / Latest In MillineryThe Scotch plaids and checked materialsin things.

use of satin,I. not limited to two colors are used for the serviceable I had tomatoes in my garden, and Your whole

dresses and suits only, but it Is quite tailored skirts, as well a* the cowpeas and 'cucumbers./ It was .a : ;

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i I )II '. .".. '' 0 0 Gale's stories of Friendship, 'Villagehas Calomel when it comes into contact on's Liver Ton will j>ut,yonr sluggish'
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. The unassuming, sincere and it up. This ig when you feel that awful that tour bile and oonitlpatmt: waste,
in '*'1 charming young author has clear and nausea and cramping. If-you are sluggish which ii slogging your system and nmk-
) t new ideals in community life. The and "all knocked out," if your leg yon feel miwrablei I guarantee that;
lut volume of these tales Is a collection Fiver if I torpid and bowels' conctlpatrd a bottle of Dndwn's Liver Tone will t
!! [1 entitled "Neighborhood Stories" or ;you have headache, diulm.. coated l keep your entire family feelingluetfor'
., and Is dedicated to ""the littl. townsof tongue. If breath is bad or ntom ch ea II' month, flit It to your child)**. It Is
the tlm/e/! to come. In the volume's just take a spoonful of harmless Dud- harmieae. e n't.gripe ud Uie/ like Itetaata.
;. opening tale ("A Great Tree") CalH- Copyright, 1918, by Everybody's. eon's Liver Tone on my guarantee. i pleasant '
\ \ ope Marsh, one of the leaders in Magazine.
Friendship Village, tell. how its Inhabitants -
Copyright, 1914, by Macmlllan
.1' came to have their first community shut he'd shut and be glad of it. Abigail -
Christmas tree.I Company. bells over his shoulder, and he give it
I All rights reserved. a shift, I recollect so's they. all jin-.. Arnold done'the, .same-about her
rr u a never had felt io much like gled. home bakery and the Gekerjecki, and

I Christmas said Calliope Marsh, as I flats, where there wouldn't be any trees "Well he says, "I did allow to do two-three more.' But Silas"Syke*,
'I, .; did that year. nor much of any Christmas. Of course, it. But I've spoke to one or two, and that keeps the 'post-office store, l le
r4)I I "t wish't," I says, when it got most as Mis' Sykes had said the 'poor they; donnp'a they can do it. Some has was firm. '
r I Ii' time, "I wish't I knew somebody to and the neglected are always with got to sing to churches earlier in the "If that ata't womah-foolish." he
'\ . have a Christmas tree with. 1 I us-yet; but I didn't want to pounce evening and they donno's they wantto says, "I donno what is.: You aint no
f f-''a t. :n--,flea?:W **.,E set eR.i.e.tf.flw. "Well, Calliope Marsh says Mis' down on any 'of 'em with a bag of tune up all night. And the most more idee of business than BO many

Christinas Postmaster Sykes, looking surprised- fruit and a box of animal crackers has got to be home for family Christ cats. No, sir. I don't betray the public -
/ Two, grand old hymns oh-purpose the way she does, ,"ain't and set and watch 'em. mas." by cutting 'em off of one evening's,

the famous Trinity Choir there enough poor and neglected folks That wasn't what I meant by baying "There ain't," I says "no mannero' shopping like that."
: sung, by In ,tbb worldto please anybody!I" a Christmas WITH somebody. doubt about the folks that would be It made nice little swtemcjd to

TW Dew Victor Reoord k b.-are..h. Yuletide (favorite far" and wide.t "''I didn't say have a Christmastree 'There'd ought to be some pl.ce-" glad to listen is there, provided you quote and I quoted It ,oonaiderl j
t 'TKe two numUrs on it. AngelHfrom anda-.datltlMwarId.the Realm of Clary. and And"Oh. FOR," I says back: at her; "I have I was beginning to think, when right had the singers?" And the result ,iwai,,the Vest' 'of,'etn,, ;

[ h jttey Uttla ate Town liven Bethlehem.an InpreMive are int known pre"ation by. tha.Tzu sty; sling rs.i...tad have. .on* WITH. along where- was, by the Market "Oh, sure," he says. ""Folks shinesup that-knew: Silas7hea T nd heart finally -
t. 1.7_. _tn. VMiwJt ".t'donI, know what yeu mean by Square I came on five or six children to music considerable ChristmasEve. says.all rights he could, keep openif
.1', ,.. dpstTw.ie.l.c&: $123. that difference," .h. says, "I'm sure." kicking around in the snow. It It-sort of-well, It.Ve. -" he wanted to, and enjoy himself

: and "I donno," I says, "as I know was 'most dark, but I could just make .," I'says, "I know. It does, and they'd all shut 'up. I honestly .
"- "J Pretty Baby" either, But there is a difference, 'em out: Eddie Newhaven, Arthur don't it? Well Ben Cory you get think they kind of appreciated, in a '

;( Jiive ,Me AU of YouThe !somewhere. I'd kind of like,to haves Mills, Lily Dorron, and two-thrco your Christmas-carol singers together nice, neighborly way, making Silas
J t , j tree WITH folks this year." more. .a-caroling,. and I'll undertakethat feel mean-when.h.'d ought to. "f
: 'The' snembats" the'Ornheue, > amt were. at their best when' they "Why don't you help bn your church "Hello folks;" I says, "what are there shan't nothing much standin It was a little harder to make the It> I
-, tedjhAis Victor Record of Van tyn.'s "Pretty Baby." Ir you like. tree?" Mis' Sykes asks me. "They're you doing Having a carnival" the way of their being out on Sunday school superintendents seethe t
thie.-d. On the other aide of the
iJfcii r<-Lsi Ahot Giflw and ro toj.t Edward Hamilton ring a favorite number going to spend quite little money on Because it's on the Market Square Christmas Eve. Is it a bargain?" thing that I had in my: head. Of

,\ "f.1 ; "''Flora,Bolint.otitled I .'Ci_ sVjf. All _1 You:* theirs this yesr." that carnivals and some little circuses His* face lit up all Jolly\ and hearty. course, when a thing has been the
. 14. .. Viotw ArJ I1rJ.'I. 16163.. Tea-.tL 7Se' "I hate to. box Christmas up In a and things that belongs to everybodyIs "Why, sure it's a bargain," he says.'Ill way it has been for a good while, yon
,' : t'<5otn4'in to-day and' ask for a cprapleU U tOf the church," I )'. 1 4'"' usually celebrated. get 'em. I wanted to, only I'' can't really blame people'for feeling e

: \'': "Why, Calliope Marsh! ,he says: Little Arthur Mills spoke up. "No," didn't want to carol 'em any more that it's been the way it ought to be. ,

'- tw,Victor.Records. .December. shocked.. he says, "we was just playing we's than they wanted to be caroled. I'll Feelings seems made that way. Our .
j"f- -A .1 didn't want to hurt her feelingsI selling a load of Christmas. trees." get 'em," he says, and gives his bells I superintendent has been our superintendent
j. _. . : ain't never bne of those that likes "Christmas tree.," I says. "Why a hunch that made 'em ring all up for 'most forty years-ever
4', R.DeWitt Brown ,4ft VJ to throw their idees in folks's faces that's so. This is where they always t and down Daphne street that' the !'since the church was built and of
1 ." and watch folks jump back. So I tried bring 'em to sell-big load of 'em for moon was looking down at just as if I course his thoughts is kind of turnedto
to talk about something else, but she I everybody ain't it?" it was public property and not all bone in some places naturally.

Pianos'and ,VIctroIasKISSIMMEf ; ' went right on, trying her best to helpme I "They're going to bring an awful made up of .little private plans with Isis name is Jerry Bemus and he l
I out. I Eddie for four and no little harm hop next door
big load here this time, says just room enough us keeps a : t. ,
d' FLA.: 'I f -- "The ward schools is each going to Newhaven-"big enough for everybody more, or figures to that effect. to the Town-Hall that's across' from

. u have a tree .this year I hear," she in town to have one. Most of the I donno if you've ever managed any 'Market Square. When I went in that

: says. "Why don't you go in on your fellows is going to have 'em-us and kind of a revolution. day he was resting from makU iiar-

ward Calliope, and help'out there Ned Backus and' the Cartwrightsand They's two kinds of revolutions.One nesses, and M T"xr rae II

> . ;1"..'. .I' They'd be .real glad of help you Joe Tyrril and Lifty-all of breaks off! of something that's cornet. He -aU- .
,'r : fiji "' know." rp m." I always been. You pick up the broke real nice-yo can 0 "T""tt; "

....Ii ,ii!. Ajr1 , "I hate to divide Christmas off intowards" d My" I says, "what a lot of ,piece and try to throw it away to ing up and down Daphne street in the
'I. '.f jE I Bays to her. i Christmas trees! Why if they was make room for something that's morning and when Im down doingmy
!'. ." ,J".- " ,. "Well, then, ,go in with a family set along by the curbstone here on growing out of the other part. And trading I 'always like 'to hear .
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she says; "any one of nail be real Daphne street," I lays', just to pleasethe 'most everybody will begin to tell you it. It gives me kind of a nice old

< istm'as;*(D inn er .. glad to have you".!'she adds, gener, children and snake a little talk that the growing piece ain't any good, fashioned feeling, like when 'Abigail '
01J1., ."WE would.. 'Come to ours- with 'em,' "why the line of 'em would but that the other part is the kind you Arnold fries doughnuts in the back of

" , ',' ', ,)1.,. .,..' < '. .I:." .;' '., "d! i i'JK.& hi4ii; *. I we're going to have a great big treeto'r reach all up 00'atld,down the town" have always bought and that 'you'd the Home Bakery and we 'can?. all' of
'.' r :; ; :\.,i I I ', .: i the children.; I've been stringing I said.. "Wouldn't that, be fun?" better. save 'It and, stick it back-fin. smell 'em, out in the road. i1""*:?'1 ,
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..'r 0" r $".\.--- ... -, _""_,. # "" 11'': .. ,: ... t the pop-corn; and cutting the paper for Little Lily claps her hands. But then they's the other kind of "Jerry I says, "how"much' 1. 'our,
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.., ', ; \ : :-- . t. it whenever I got; an odd minute. The "Oh yes." she cries, "wouldn't that revolution that backs away from Sunday school Christmas tree goingto
:u.. 0'' { : .' c Holcombs, they're going to have one, be fun With pop-corn strings all something that's always been and cost us?" .

.'s '? AYSTONE: ' HOTEL too-and Mis' Uppers and Mis' Mer- going from one to the other?" looks at it a little farther off! than it I Jerry's got a wooden leg, and he J-

. riman and even the Hubbelthwaits "It wouldbe a grand sight," says I IJ. ever see it before and says: "Let's' can not remember NOT 'to try to cross
:t(ij\Ii", ). and Abigail Arnold, for her little nieces. [, looking down across the Market us move a little way around and pay it over th, other one. He done that

It" # GOOD SUBSTANTIAL DINNER'SeventyFjiue t' never see a year when everybody Square. There hanging all gold and ,attention to this thing from a new I now, and give it up.
a } I' was going to celebrate so nice. Comeon quiet, like it didn't think it amounted spot And real often, if you put it "We calclate about twenty-flve dol-
J 1 'c' ,_ with one of us, why don't you?" to much right over the big cedar-of- I that way, they's enough people willing l lars." says he, proud.
1 Cents.Served "Well, I says "rpebbe I will.; I'll\ Lebanon-looking tree in the Square, to do that because they know "What we going- do to celebrate
see' I don't know yet what I will do," was too moon, crooked to' a horn. they can go right back afterward and I' ?"

OO I told her. And I went off! down the "Once," says Eddie Newhaven, I stand in the tame old place if they I..I "Well" he says, "have speaking ,
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From
i r tOIintii ?: street. What I wanted to say was, "when they was selling the Christmas want to.Well pieces-we got a program of twenty
,:'I.,. \ ",, ,'" h_ .. 1' ,. ." "I hate to box Christmas up in a family I trees here, they kept -right on selling'em this last was the kind of a 'numbers already," says he, pleased

.' 'holt8'i0J' .. Wjnte for Reservation ," but I didn't quite dare-yet. after dark. And they stood 'em revolution I took charge of that week I "And a trimmed,tree- wi ."" range, di
;. ..".. ; Friendship Village ain't ever looked around here and put a little! light in before Christmas. I got my plans and a bag of nuts and candy for, every
\ ." much more like Christmas to my notion each one. It was awful nice. Wouldn'it and my ideas and my notions all plan- I child," he says.. it .. +'

.!Jr than it did that December. Just be nine if they'd do that all over the ned and thought and budded and I "All the other churches is going Bf '
the right snow had come-and no Square some time!" than I presented 'em around abun- to do the same," I says. "Five trees ? 'r

r- .I LP to -' . .. ,I II. -1jIft-4fLr- M3 more. And just the right cold-and no "It would be a grand sight," says dant. and five programs and five sets, of ;
, ... .., j, more. The moon was getting along 1: again, "but one that the folks ir The very next morning after I'd stuff all around. And all of 'em on ti vi ,
:.. so's about the night of the 25th this toM'n would never have time seen the children I started out, whileI Christmas Eve when you'd think sk'i'' I

1|:$4] re-eminently THE it was going to loom up big and for." .. had kind of a glow to drape aroundthe we'd all sort -of draw together insteadof ;', ''/' 1.

f 4Pr gold and warm over the fields on theRats While I spoke I was looking down difficulties so's I couldn't see setting apart in cliques.: "Land,,. ,::: J6
I ''t where it always comes up in across Market Square again toward 'em. -I went first to the storekeepers Continued
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: s hoe.: store of winter like 'it had just edged around the moon hanging over the cedar-of- : seeing Christmas always seems 9)v >

_. there to get sort of a wide front yard Lebanon-looking L tree. -. tohinge and hang on what they say It
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for its big show, where the whole village "There's a pretty good-looking tree rnd do. And I went to Eppleby Hoi-! QuickW

could have a porch seat. there already," I says, idle. "What a comb, because I knew he'd see it likeI
: Kissimmee. You know when you live in a village grand thing it would be lit up," says done-and I wanted the brace of r Cold Relief .I''

r you always know whether the I, for not much of any reason-only ing agreed with like you do. be-I( ; '
'r'j',. .. moon is new or to the full or where it I'I to keep 'the talk going with the chil- Eppleby's store was all d: Is administration usually found through the prompt I j
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... is and when, it's going to be; but when dren. Then something went through up with green cut paper and tassels dispersive tonic-one that will acat f ,
r you live in a city you just look up in" me from my head to my feet. "Why and turkey-red cal'ico poinsettias, andit ter the inflammation, remove tbs I i
; iCEIVING"1NEW STocKS the sky some night and say "Oh, not light it some time?" I says. I I looked real nice and tasty. And the waste, and. help Nature to build HP f ereetatanue.

' p that's so, there's the moon" and go The children set up a little shout- store. was full of country trade. The lit- yn
*: :?v } :'OF'' BEST PES right pn thinking about somethingelse. part> 'because they liked it, part her I I tle overhead track that took the bun- Peruna is That Toni*
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. village cause they thought a thing dles had broke down just at the Its action is prompt, usually of 1'
ber everything was g\lttlng'ready. deliberate could never be. I laughed with 'em wrong minute, and old rich Mis' Wis- effective, and its use is without i t' e
i L :OF'. SHOES for a full-moon Christmas, and I went on up the street-but all w@ll's ''felt soles had got stuck half- nil effects. Every household sh
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catarrhal sufferer should* .
( ..- -' .. and the .now, and all of them public saying something, all hurried and as of a counter trying to rescue 'em for every uUriy UM this reliable .
i\\p.; ;; : 'Women'* High.7jo//>'' $$Ia ....tw things, was doing their best, together lit it meant it. And little ends of ,I i her, while she made tart remarks bo- The tablet form wfflbe remedy founf t *

><' ,iJ Very for( our common Christmas. All but ,ideas, and little jagged edges of i:low. When he'd fished 'em out and convenient.: tablet or two i 1c
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1!: peu'Crades. lib* It ''seemed like all 'of us humanswas other ideas, and plans part raveled ,wrapped 'em up for her- very beginning of a cold r'

\ i :. Paces" Compare Favorably With' Any< ,working for it ..epar.te.TrampiDg o t. that.tau thought you could knit I I, "Eppleby," I says, "would you be and qnently these prevent tablets its dev "
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N .'" " .J ; up again, sharp a ,willing to shut up shop on Christmas with benefresuiS.
"V hit nl 2t, tthoo;' 2>>t over what..':Mis' littro'something like light kept going Eve, or wouldn't you?" .-
-01.] 17Y: :,GRADESNSHOESFOR'jMEN ,:; '; Syk"h.d'said '.nd 'about'all the through''m.,'. ,head and. !going through II. looked kind of startled. "It's t a Many prefer.
. / : : places.'she'4-mentioned over':was ,go thellquidfonn S Sbell
pretty good night for trade know j
'AND' : G ,f lL1REN:.,A'L'SO... uiJ Ing ''to have. :Christmas trees.' And 'I tu.Down to the neXt corner,,1 met Ben Calliope?" says. i-doubtful., yon Weh I f
.. .. MJ/" ooVd. "along,'to the houses, in .t' f'era,17inirlghf Cory,. that;Veeps:the livery stable and t a e.atorr
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'I ; there'on: Daphne singer bats ;'to' nearly .everybody's everyhodythat'jgoing the

'!'C. !\." .. .0 street!:, where .they wort* -oinl''to"had funeral: and :to; other public. occasions to peoplell give'.presents to give,presenta. -: ILmw Herb,:. ,
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FrluIdskIjI_ VMf8I8 Had Its clvUUod; : world,' X, .think you'll' know. sense' I.:seem" to" have.. .'There's'.eoma' that, whether you've aver heanf be- the Wg 'trot': went rH, '*''' a tiIl,'aad 1 t : .T11n'sa..I 1'0 t7el.ptTOiia, UJJf

: about- ,what I had said to no.* thing; I Ve learned' from,'twenty-nve.;:-f..r"-.ot./dIad. "' / -.takesjtliI rMil : ex' ,, /' .

On the other hand' it .went. 'about. to.thirty':'tlmei'ln. "my"life, aft.JI,dyaidlarsjdld.r,; l ,i thlitt yo a 'reIOU* .

Irst CommBntty Chi Istoas free Ilka: this,.from K'"' Timothy Toplady;'can't'seemta-lelnelnbt'th.ni: no tnoro ... ,..*.k.suptand yetplmb.riry.dj; and> stir" a, lirln* libety, .#, ;t ,r. i f a? .

Pon'tinned, Froniy Page .Eight) and the, Holco nbs' and the Hnbbel- than 1, can r member whether1 it'a plain.KAnd... .. WhenTt''x stepped Ton- :io' ; Dapbgestreet \ Td >g'yI endltbre. lqat."c d1.trlbntees .

,t _v_ ... thwaits and a- lot more, sulphit r or", sulphate of.soda thai I. .. Jerry B mus shouted out at ,;; 'who'should' X com. fate ItoIadi snl' all'" "avh'CIaII1l.4Ie . or
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our yateyMtpat:pnt ChristmMiBv I: ,i "Well,1; land know*;'.t'4'safe'tis lots j;'i taVe/forTmytquittsyiiiAnd-: ; : ,of.these' '; a.i.F55tngS1t]agatn alngUt again Pwita-'ht, "JO'Ml,' po'tr:. '.n ..star! Syke" notified-'v .-. -!lilt- .ot bald you.state, are: berelio'.L

wouldn't. the "angels ,have'stopped back-aching rk-.but-will'"the 'I ...' to Yressnt oust
of casual..Thjat
about-taking things: and jMunded his 'wooden lee with his I 'was .feellng sol'glorfid'over 'thatJaevwf : .AM demands wkleb' )'ou,

'could bringing-of-seen;and r 'what ptIn.tihj.akyjf.they! ehQdreBMlwiHtJfJ: ; !..,'>#"" -* *> l . night, ; of Instance, ni when, *.1 1 cane.vising:: It', again. -I, )tell\ ypo. <} i 'thought t of y '''''Its1' being1strange! CMe!ola L JIt.. i5..0(0.a..ln.t.... :
we'd do of
to Itf W ;
"Jjke ittf t ..y.. "Try 'Trust ,come "round the corner on to ,Daphne ain't heard anybody sing that for ,. ;, o to ::. _.

"Hu.b. Calliope says Jerry 'em without' trying'em: if'you 'want, street at.half-past'seven' on ChristmasEve I 1&'OIn'' on forty years." And everybodylaughed I that she was there. But she spoke!up, 4..lcaOd within to'Ex.eutoR years holD of tlaa.aI4'date ..."...

Bemus, shocked'.' "They ain't no need. to. 'I.would. Remember'!. I'couldn't' I thought I ,was going to have to; 1 and they 'siing It,again for Jyt j t1M..nif eslfSI'd'ialdlWhys;, ; . I .''1] .&.. ,>NIt mberth.. A.'D.'IU"kereet. .

to' be sacrilegious.'\ .they" ?" help adding, "you. like to be with the ;:;waste* a"rainnt*.or two standing4 just i iwhore" him' and .8OIl .>; more; songs .U at')had thought yon wasn't coming'' nee;, /h6I. ..J'.._. .i.. "LATT., '. ".outor:,(.t_.

'f, "Not11. bit," ..;ra If' "' 'Te:.b..i )J' UdoBtt'a;whole lot oftener,than tWo + ,the,bill-board:makes: a'shadow J'ontjot{ the old i country1 'that,a ?The yehUdrntwai{ bound to come' T JIo1CIC.1'J'OBiPuaLIOATIoL.q 7 15"

100 long a'ready, worshiping .around like to be with you.: What they, like is'forth, e arc-light, trying to get used,to j little I bit of It was living inside everyjbody she--lays", *so .I had to'brlnl"' '.n.!*''' 'ot .. ..c.._..... __:...:: '...;. .... .!

|fa ,section. ike.,.JIottentots.-: Well: ,t'to; be'.toa-e\.her."'y I ';;,: ,t, '.,the Id_- of,, what>\'we' ,were doing' -' !hat;:Wa. there.- v And while they ,"Yes, I thought"to ,myself, '*t.h. O'Jwr/........ ..:li.t.. soh:v: i:; jft'Notlc. '...:

J now,". I say; ,'"do yon honestly 'thinkw.'vi ,And: ,' "Well, do you lionestly-- hlnk!!:med .to' it", ln;.'my :'throat.' ButJthejrii ,i were'singing( cams ''to: me all 'of a I'children_ '' know. (They know.".' ' I .1 ti b"' rby'.atv.:.thou}\W.I ." .', ..,

i all choc the best way to era at itll 'work t' I ,don'sea..how it 'can-.... wasn't; :much time'to spend that,,way, '1 sudden.about another night'must And 'I.I,even couldn't feel bad when. W.',Drltt'IypL' or ...u..ma.Vlor m..4.1IOm.. W .. ton '!

Christina a for"the children filling'anything; dllf er'"t." being tbtre seers) things to do between j'I three 'hundred: years b.fonwhen; lipaased the! postofft.ce store and... N.. 'on. ., tor BW t :q; '
them with 'I ; -on Silas:>ittlng In there all tola alone.. 8>Cta of awl( ';, .r'gotatk
colored stuff and \ .
up get.tang And, -Well they ain't any harm, then and eight o'clock when 'we'd J[American soil that lonesome English Ran.. .1' 1tas6, ails 1 r,

their itummlcki all upset?" trying it one.year, as I can ..e.p Thatcan't ,told 'em'all to be them: So I'no along heart,'up there in Boston,'had dreamed the only Ut.stor.In the street; I,knew! Marldla4 to: make..Commutation has filed'.otl Proof-_.ot I 't ?y

W. had .quit*,.a little talk about It, I break up the holidays, as I know. and tried not to, think about It-ex-j: ahead,to 'a time i i when. Christi n. he'd be OD'th.. Market- Square the.'nextroaiv I Itch*fo/Clerk claim to i Clro b. ll6nur...at.II '.,
forth .
and .
, Jerry and me. And of. the:work part.'Most always '" me.. 1
u test ,would coma here. .' ., .. Florida 011.t'It'lt 4ar: ..f.. '
[ aul of a sudden, while I was trying But tli. other side had figured It the 'work part: of' anything"; steady. ,!, .- I .Tha7f'W:singing through aU the I.. ,.almabt'aa ee'ae' ,witnesses." r .,! ,..I.. -

my best to make him see what I saw, out just like the other side of everything you.. "But faith unrolls the' future 'scrolls; i streets. that night; Ben.Cory andhis 'Henr J., :,...,!,;,: .ot Lougbnas;;

I happened to notice hi. bugle again. -always figures. || The great cedar-of-Lebanon-looking Christmas shall not die' ' .. carolers., "Silentnlgfat.... o17'' nlght 1M0rtd." .I... Hstb.fg....fdgietllbmaPiir.' {
"There ain't thrill in it Nor men of English blood and speech come from front gate when',,,,, i
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"Ca1l1 pe. sari Mis' Postmaster tree standing down there on the,edge Forget their rltt' JI't........
ancestry 7 ?
I was ..71ne'to him. "Not half so Sykes, "are you craiyheadedTWhat's of the Market Square and acting as if most asleep.' .rt..1tb thewhole'' Florid' .. ase :f" ..-;,j

much"' I says, "as there is in your your Ideet Ain't things all it had been ,left from some long-ago or any.other blood or any,' 'oth.r.peech town was being sung to 1 by>> ;something "-It. 'ROa..1":.,>ief.leur.i

bugle. When I hear that go floating right the way they've always been forest.on purpose, had been hung that'( baa: In It' the : spirit of that didn't show And when the time .0'1'10. Toiail roga.' .
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up and down the street, I always kind done?" round 'with lines and lines of strung .hat:, .Chrilt! 'coma "to'taachj' And come. ]that'' "this' something"speaks Pt'",... '
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of feel like it was announcing seme- "Well,!" says. I, conservative, "not. popcorn the kind that no Chrsitmas I I that's'all of.us. 'And It'felt to me as clear all: the, time.;-wall; it"aln'hatery ce..ty tke.t..Ie \ Oeeu4,;- ,

thing To my notion," I says, "it all of 'em. Not wholesale, I wouldn't tree would be a Christmas tree without if DOw we .re' only just beginning far-off time,:''yon1 know. -ToIs'r.eKM all .creditors..s of J.us 1..., ......I, ..., a," a
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could announce Christmas to this say" 1! because' many; many folks I to 'take' out our little single, lonely teee demands and ell personsaaafnst said Ita, CI as.'... ..
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,town far better than forty-Haven lit- "But you can't go changing like have set up stringing it nights of 'tapers and carry. them'to- < light!. 'a ; 1 1 1 i 1 1 II I. III. _. 1 1 1 1 1 1 III. 1 1 ,notified Ton and and- each ,sf you. ass er .. ,. .

tle separate trimmed-up trees. . this," she told me. "Whatll Christmas week; after the children great tree. ,claims and daman required to .esuen , sou...,.

Why, Jerry" I says out sudden"listen Christmas," becpm.of. .w.. in, bed, and has kept it, careful, Then, just, after the' carols, //died 'lJegal! either estate.eame of you. m : ; .'
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to. what I've thought of. . ," .down, be1 appened that:we'd late of. Oec.Otla Qo. & t l
.Ch.rI.fni.. r 11f. bxio's'it'd'do'fo'rnext': ; year; ; : .
; aa"i.i'don.'t needyou ::1\dvcrtiscmcnis 'i iIM ,:;;".....I..ed. .
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A little something had come in my i oy roet MI. .Sf1'.. ,,to be.. its We hadajl that-from the...church";":: plannedto.happeni: "Over on_one side ..tat. within' two ease, r
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head 1hat. -mInute, "unexpected, that guardlana. All Christmas needs is Methodist and Presbyterian and Episcopal the choirs 'of all the churches that t bered' Oct, 1'4S.It : oA 'M1et'e w?; k+;,

fitted* itself into the rest of my plan. for us to get out of its way and and Baptist and Catholic 'popcorn guess had never' sung together, In '. Tfce- Of c.OMB..*>>".,"Stat.....s of Covrt.Florle CBatr % --rT.u.R. .1.il.\\ /;. *l.t..t1'tIr VJ." ..;,'..t
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And it made Jerry say, pretty >soon, leave it express what it means" and you couldn't: tell 'em apartat their lives before, though they'd been InThVwV "
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teat Be was willing to with all when you 'em the tree. singing steadily about the selfsame I Tke .i. of The IiY1S'flI 'DI
to got on
me elal
go "But .the HOME Christmas," she ''rroifertr of Na..1 Elisabeth: Circuit of florid' 1 and tvt '

see the other superintendents J and says, 'most like a wall "Would you The festoons showed ghostly-white in things since they was born choirs., be- -"alfcer. A Mla_, County W.. of-Oaeeola. i''n as1....ys.'...... ; F

we done so that very day. Ain't it do away with that?" the dark' and the folks showed ghost gun-to sing: 7Qotlc:'I.'b.rebY'snVen'that .It.)1s the, and. UVarSan_ Al _.b .. 4
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Intention of the underalga.d, J. B. + tCkrlttl. sr ill;
Sunny how big' thing work'out by Then I sort of turned on her. Icouldn't ly-black hurrying back and forth doing f Walker a. guardian 'cf the. eitate. of oo.erl' IZ: Pickrenalao 1 sow 5
,-homely Silent night, holy night. Naomi Bllmabeth Walker a minors-to P. Oraham); Calvin Buck Jean
\ means-by homely means? the last things. .
help It. make application to the County Judre B. 7leadl.y a* former ...... .0.
Sole because the choir-leader in one I I And the folks was comlng-pyou Think of It-down there ''the of. Oaceola county" Florlet..- at his of. IMf business tinder thfl ArSIS na", .of f '
"Whose home? I says, stern. "If on floe In the court houi* at Klaalmm*.. Bucket Headley. an .. 1pdivldnsl.;
choir had resigned because the base it's your4home could hear 'em all along Daphne Market Squarethat had 'never : had In skid' county on Monday th* Kth day and William Boat. all4 W p.rwa.;
Sin that choir was the bass in that choir ; you mean or any of the bad place that of January A. D. 1(17 fol to clalmlnll'lnt..n .r".J. Imo..
the thousands of oth.r.like It where street tripping on anything sung on It hefON'except carnival ( .ell an ulidlvldgdoeesit! rutborlty.. deceased); '-or' othrwlBi> . n-.o..ce.
and they 'didn't mended because it which I. the Interest of said Bill to quiet'tltl., Order T
so have'anybody thereto hadn't been W&IrI&ht tunes and circus tunes. All tho minor ( "CtloTo .
Zhristmae is kept then you know and up In and to th. following' described real all whom It may concern; It
train their Christmas music, and under the arc-light, and comingover property ltuati In Oaceola hy .affidavit ,IL
thy all know, that nothing' on earth and down Daphne street 'It mustof : : oontn 13111 'STlS appended to the
Florlda.'to-wlts Northweit In th* abov
stated
of
sole because another congregation can take away the Christmas feeling the hollow-sounding place by sounded,.only''there "was.I hardly anybody northwest quarter ot tloll quarter,.. the .' Respondentai WI oa.was t.' ,
bard and and from cat). .o..n.blp twenty-five" ( southTana Mr A. V. 'Pickren ahd her '
was up was having to bor- Graham's drug store coming far'off to hear It the ,most'of $61 ran.
and the Christmas joy long : husband tPoe.srl I P1cltri
I 1 as as you lwenlyefght (18) essQ; southease. ;> ( ,. al
TOW'
Its Christmas celebration moneyoat.Athe'foreign want it to be there. But if it's the the' little side streets, ajid the' dark 'em being right Ulere"'wlth'.U'of'u.' quarter .r.t northwest uarter of tno..a a.all nOrabam), sad JTohsTK. t ,
section BX < township twenty-felz. yt; hay* addreme imknowa to )
missionary fund- back streets and the streets! down on They It without anybody DlariDI UI .. th.
homes mean-and ther.'. I annv! . _ aniith. ran. twenh'"I..IIto' tin -
;you tho.u.landl -
\. 'em to see sense. And then the the flats. Some of 'em had Christmastrees ,lit for''em, and -'r it.from- first east.. Also the.Bouth; half ofth."o"ti :. I .'.IMSavVVa't; alsoa plIi r--b: ; 'e
they
othrgot of 'em-where no Christmas sung west Quarter of the northeast quarterof tb. said reapondents t
r< Joined in. waiting at home-the load had to last aecuon alit1.. township twenty-alx just_above named are all orer.the a**.,
a." ever comes, ;you surely ain't arguingto ., of 1't I. I. f
.: ( range twenty-elrht (1 ) therefore ordered ,
,Tlie schools were all right from the keep them the they've been been there on the Market Square Just And then:ther;slipped into'another I'leout. b. lnnlnlr at the eotithweat that the &ld' T..poad..t.. ....rel.abft. j

first, being built, like they are, on a kept?" way. alike we bad let It. b. there for years song that isn'ta,, Christmas carol ]ex- corner northwest of th quarter*. northwest of quarter' of*the named known, and b. and whoe they addr. are_..hereby. are ,an--....''

basis of without seeing that the Market In quarter of Mellon six (/1 township twen- quired'te appeal' ,th.- BU' -of .,
belonging to everybody she jactly nor not song that comes -- Opelpin
But continued to shake her any tr-ilz (*.)' _uth.. rana-o.. twnty-larht" nt DIed -.. said cause on-or
.same as breathing and one-two other head. Square had. any other Christmas uses the book under "Christmas," but U.l..t. and run north. one hundred Day In January A. U before'tbe.Rnie

''He utilities, and nothing dividing "You can do as Jpu like: of course," I I-and a good many had bought trees. |something that comes in just as natural yard;. south) yard one,hundred sot avnty forty (the(TO)) same otherwise being the the,alteration Bret day oluald. '.f Bald m.11fBr i

*TTUy)f* from aiLvbody. And I begun the said, "and so ( everybody else. But a good many more had decided as. if It was another .n.me for of yards bKlnnlna; we it seventy. Also th(*TO southwest) yard to quarter place* .pond.will be"lkert,a Is* confessed further o-.r.1,4t: ( ;'

like lnjHr a the/lworld.was It's their privilege.) But as for ne; I not to have any-Only just to hang up what Christmas was.:: Nearer Vy of the northeast quarter of action, this for vSKJ? $ ti&iitis '
; six (I). township twrnty-lx ( n. g rn, shall trim my Uttte ree here by our stockings; and to let thereat big'common God to The," and ,/'Lead, Kindly south, rants (twenty-eight. (Is) east. KI..lmm l alley Oa-.t., .
Christmas tree stand for p..r. published In.a.hl Coenlyof; =..
a t care. own fireside. And here we shall celebrate -, Light," and some more. And aftera,, O 'aNilan'of the ..t J"o' Fli', jjftufa'tVoV.! /'lorld..I'" s-.rat

.') ..The worst ones to get weaned away Chrlstftias--Jeddie. and Nora what it stood for.. gathering most of bar or two of the first one, the voices 'beth:'Y.wk..r a minor. Cl-ft Honorable In .alel' lames coan.-)1."Jhe _..
w. Perktnad
(from' 1 perfectly,. selfish way of observing. and father and me." tb4t little garland of, Daphne street all around begun kind mumbling MOTICU. fyi*' PUBLICATION. CCCt Jude erk thereof of said, Covrttb.and_..:', a.ae if ti,
fJohnston"
.Christ's birthday war the pii- "Why can't you do BOTHT' '&)'L trees up into Its living heartOver and bumming and,carrying the tunes ..,jrtaaevt aOfa .-... I.t"...... 11.. .:'Le.. the said Cirollit 001lr.t. 'tb.. .t'tie. ..Gr4&.a1 )'...
* by the band stand I.comeTon 'throats without ** *t 'i.I.UI.. sta. D.w. ot November, A.. D. )1 11 4'
.te families "Land land I "I along In their anybody > .
kept wouldn't have"you,, give ,up yourIretide 5-. 5.1.1.. (.Ct.-Ct., Seal) rS" [. .
saying.to myself them days" we all of end of things for anything them.I'd 'been, looking :for-Eddie in particular starting 'em there t ,"'" Ol.rlc'o n
[ like we I on 'Newhaven' and.'Arthur Mills and Lily! and then they all 'just naturally bunt 'Nollehereby.) flven that Banner Complainant.* ,0lttl.'j' ,rl .. .
us act was studying'kinder* Earth But 'why cant yon do' both?" of lx> <.o.... Florida who on
trten mathematics. We count up Mis'' Sykes didn't rightly seem to Dorron and Sarah and Mollie and theC.rtwrl&bta out and sung, too. '. I November II 1111 made Homeitead Entry ,
No. 0 l4t. forlet* 1.'a T of e:.9: r '
em that's closest tons. and we can't j mow-atUeast. ahe' didn't '.Y.," 'But' : 'ands. Llfty' and'' six-eight' And 'so I.. donno "who done it- Section E., Tallahassee 1. Township Meridian.II &, .,has Ran.filed. 14 for Osceola e i. County fnrdnlt'ot' In: I+!t '
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non.of us seem to count much above she 'give me to "understand'that: her"mind more., . ", whether the choirs v had planned ,lit notice of to FirerearProof.to W. 'JohnsoncompialnantT'vE'TZ'it"Park .
1 I I "Hello, folks," I says. "What ;you that or 'whether they just .staoltsh .f'ko the land : R. 1. Warthaa.MC .... V. Pick.. .
en. 1 run right' along In the iglf-same way, above described, before Clerk Circuit ren. and U ) U ft.
Not all of 'em was tnat way, groove It had mad for It, cozy. down here' 'for Why ain't. you thought of It then, or whether somebody Court at. KlMlmrn, Florida" on, the .Oraham. L')Pickren'also Calvin known M L?
of January. 1S17 ; Buokels-and r'
though! Wall-if It Just happens that home?" in the crowd struck it 'up unbe- Claimant ay name as witness i: Ins-Headley, .. former _.parth..*Jeks AM F,, .
I I F. R. Wail -of KcnaniTllle, business under the ... t
They answered all together: whetherthe Florida flrm of
ou live In any town whatever in the Somehow, the longer I live the less ( knownst to himself or JohnH.Bal.d.n, ,, of Kenanvvlll, Buckels a HeadUy-and as.indlvldoala; \teclalmln : .e.1
"For the War tree!"* song begun to sing itself; but it come Florida to. andWllll._ ... B.lh ...." .n _= _

j I'i "Are you, low I says-just to from somewhere strong and clear and ; Ida.. Frank: Tumblln, of Loko.... Flor- d.'O..1. l"t..t..nct.i7 or.olberwl.! .. Respondent-me.*.;: t "

Record keep on a-talking to 'em. "Whose real-a that the children has I R. H. Wlllla, of Lokoae. Florida. BIU to Quiet Title Order of,Publica ". ,
Victor song ROBERT all whom ..
W. n. VI It, alp.arling ; It '
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sworn
K. tree?" been learning in school and has been ll-8t RegUter. plaint from th* Bill of CO... '.j.... ',
yiled In this
cause that there 10'
I, love to remember the way they teaching the town for a year or twonow'sung itoricia FOR 4 JDL persons.. IDt.r..t.et I. the property aro In.' I uo
a yoly" Jilt this suit '
answered. It was Eddie Newhaventhat ether' tpan th.
to the tune of "Wacht am known
"- XMefendaatai
The Board of Publlo emotion of : and that Site
{ for said it. Rhein:" Oeceola county, Florida, will receive of .uch'pwraoM i BO lntrtod i ..aalD"j I
J I I sealed knows to'' the Complainant
proposal up to 10 a. m. February and that
"Why all of ns'sl" he said. I Ith, 1515. ,foe tb.. fabrication and relief IB prayed In said Bill' of Com.
. ALL OF US'SI I like to say it The crest and crowning of all good- erection of nine fir eeoape for Oeceola plaint against such unknown'' Defendants -' /
-.. : It is.th.tetore
., High School and St. that .
:; 41 Is brotherhood.And Cloud Hlh School : ord..4 all
. .1 over when they get to saying Life's common goal according to plan and *]>eelncatlon of I .
Alan J. MeDonoush. ..rebltec.' Klaalmm 1 "
Christinas "mine" and "theirs" too hard whereI then Because e Florida. the COlintY.o t oee..aa. LP'PHtlt'eo* ,
everybody
sung. Ttl. Board reserves the right to accept halor. i.Tbt Nortb ajf-of the North
that's a piece you can't sing alone.' or reject any or all bids. Addraasall >t Township"..t quarter of Be.....
am.When bid to: LIt.It 15. Bouth,.Ranre .'."
It was eight o'clock and there You can NOT sing it alone. All over C. B. YOWELL. .. lallahueee' Meridian, do appear ,
was enough' gathered on the Square the Market Square they took it up Superintendent Publlo Instruction.NOTICB. to herein th Compla4nantBIU Sled' of 1 Complaint ('t1 ''

they done the thing that was going to and folks that couldn't sing and me s1-et I..w.-;._on ':{.bittrt ..tb!_Rule. Day:. t.,
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l be1 done, only nobody had known how that can't sing a note except whenthere' The Board of County Commissioners T sal d r Bill V" i.'wlll'be taken a !..onferdt'and ': ; '
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: well they were going to do it. They nobody around that would recognize In and for Osceolst County, Florida or D> published further'j ordered ono f that t....* sop. ,
will receive bid. IS miles week >
touched the button and from the me if they ever saw me againwe road. S feet wide on with concrete of curb.brick JS-! UI.. ) e"-l5r"-i.w"k"? '".. '"...' .
;: bottom branch to the tip-top little all lun&ogether, there in the Inn" up to 11 obtain m.. January' full 16th. KIT. perola. publl.*" Va\I.1"\ "said OasettZ"County oOf w._: o.c.4'.pa. ,j1t' ,,r;
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".. cone, the big old tree came alight Just dark, with..tha tree in the midst. Klssfmmee ld'.rly'i"n"l: ,.' Florida.to J. L. Bald treet.etreet.bid. Clerk to be Count. and)', ot Wltn.general... tb..lroulaUon Ifonoroble In James said t J:, .:''t-"..

like it knew what it was all about And we seemed long and long away opened on the above dat- \h* Board m W.'name Perkin.as Judge Clerk'' ttb-: :Of Court. >>and"and L' '-IlI': .

v and like it had come out of the ground from the time when the leader in one any reserving and all the) bids.right to accept or reject ofticlal th.TiB't real of the' CQurt.tM. 1) ,. .. ..

t'' long ago for this reason-oitly we'd of them singing choirs had left theotheJ' E. l. LESLEY Chairman. 1! thjr -day.J. I. gVRsggfr' A.D., 1 ';" ,
Tb.h.,..,metlll.as.e'I. Attest: ( T..+ Jf t !' .
never known. Two hundred little electric choir because the bass 'in the -.7. L. OVER8TREBT. Clerk. ll-lt jCt .Ct.ton S.a1)k Cierk'CIrcuit Co1trt.-: A ,)rlo"" .>If;;' 'oIf.t.,

tl.a.l.Ix.ISoIn lights there were, colored and other choir was the bass in the other CITATION. ,OF ADMINISTRATION. plalaant.. OarfatSollcltorn, ...0 r. for. !CO\\! ;. ,,,':',.';I.- "t. !''It.I

paid for private, though I done my choir. And It was like the Way' .. .EVlNTft "unICIAL""RCU' .T T. Ii" .'
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\ "Victrola home"some Victor C. of Craafy .Jmt*.. OoeoolBCosiaity. .;
every new best to get the town to pay for 'em Things Are had suddenly spoke fora State ef .....rt... COURT KI.ORIDA-FOR TUB Cl11CUII' .f.. .
OUCBOLA
'Records for Christmas will add immeasurably to like it ought to for its own tree; but minute there in the singing, choirs Estate of sank J.> Addle TY-1atCJaANCERY.' COUM.. .. ..It. ''-...... ,.

the joy.ol. they was paid for prlTlteyet.I ; come out of their separate lofts, and BT THE ..Jt1DOEoiP'SAJD COURT. BILL TO auiarr ""mum.I, ; stet

,' the Holidays. 1 made a little "ohl" come in the in all the singing folks. And In all Whereas. D O. Wagner has applied T. .. 1 1All L+lkea .CyWaute- '
to this-court for Letters of Administration
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: crowd and 'round it big of us -.all of us. on the estate of Sarah J.
:Thcvariety and completeness of stock of. run was so Addle parti elalrl.ur ..' Se- F
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Holcombon deceased county of OBO- .....
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and beautiful standing there against Then up bopped Eppleby olal. Serest H.' Wig-4" "VJ\ '

y Victor. music assures our: patrons of getting; just the stars like it.knew well enoughthat to a box in front of the tree and Theca all are and therefor.singular to cite the and kindred admonish .alas......... L.orXaei a. ""' .1.!_.*,, .tj..' j. .

it one of 'em whether h. calls outMelT7 : and creditors. of aald deceaaed v.. lasjaa *1sssrlb*. !. Mil t' 1
AI was we to b* Of COBSBlOlB* sap ,. ,
t71)Atf they want and appear before court on or before i. ... . .> ..*. *a-, ,
-- knew it or not. And coming' up across Christmas! Merry Christmaseon the llth day'of l'I..J Ja.nuary. JL. D. !: .T, ,.> p .... .' .r.,' .. ''J. a
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t" .i In addition the the flats, big andgold' and low was the first annual outdoor ItlT. and they *,. "
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to general we offer a onlorn. of. ORDKR.FOH.CAT1OII. WVPLI ,
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the moon, most full, like it belonged, Christmas-tree celebration of Friendship said .. ., ,.
,. 'fine', choice vof;special Christmas music.. including tMt.J Villager J same, will be granted to said IX- O. 'n BK Warner or to come other At Derson orwWITNESgmy'same' Complaint flled In the < abor* 1

7t' '"many' of the':i{:compositions :whose lofty and en-: J "And glory shone around," I says When he said that I t.lt-weD,. It .aa'County"Jn-le-e caae interest that 1h.rt7 In >tbe-are ',,praon .i ian' L .

.,: to myself-and I stood there feeling dont make any'difference to anybody of, the County aforesaid-thl. the,,llthl namea and place* of rwMMtaoo proartff. : 'W I t
day o( D.amber, A 'D. 115.Neki '
f' 'nobIing;,beatity'has'soon'' ;them immortality.: We 'the glory, outside and in. Not my lit- how, I :felt; but;'what I'done 'was ta. ( ), ,+., 3f, MVRPHT. known and over that the*tkore agar: of fttmn ( '
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Q have a complete liatVpf.; :.this'tnu ic which' : /: tJ., allebratlon', and ''yonz little celebration urn ...and ;make ,foe the 'edge"; of :the l County ; ervlce(ha state of'a of Chibpooaa Florida ;r

.. ;: p .. you, ;mayliave"for ,( ,", and ,thalr! ?'little'celebration\,* crowd just'as,fast as,I.,conld. And 1"NSci PUBLJCATIO*. would It* blndlmlf- : '-"*' .

'I. ; ;.thejalan.j.' ? *';':'' : \*.. w private thafwas:.costing'each-of'us just then \here";come 'what Eppieby'swords p'' ieel.l it*, eiesarDseaMssiai ; I tie it clalralnaaa.llstelei IB therefor erdan tee c' fie

,' 'more than) It ought to-but ..OUR,'eele-: Was the signal ''for.: And out on :f : 1V. i.'h.dr etltOOi*e ilslsa Jes :

: .' .' Visit''iM, todaind'Ileagwillnyi: . recorde."that4 : '.bratloa'paying:' attention'to'the mes-.. the little da ..t.a<< :balcony, of the r aOtae..5 O.I.e.rtL.Ireee, Ict.rw I!-1ne throne, '! ; .e 1 ; sa
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I' that Christ paid attention to. Town' Hall>Jol'frEemus'steppedwithhh
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.to,:you!. \ \ :n: ; H \ . 4..J 1 I :;:1".. so' :fuH,of It that I didnt half bugle,*and'he; blew It: shrill, and / ,' w 1 ee

Victors'anvactrolae 410[to'$ bO.1andVktrola ; '"sea\;Ben Cory'ana. hb,'earok+ (;coma clear; so that, it:sosnded:sfl:over the 1 (f, lay twit. as tt .

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. LITTLE TESSIE Claus "bring you.. ;sweetheart. r'' 't4... \'
Ml 0 1 MM Ml Mi 1 1 1 ,I I I 1 0 > .I.. .I.. 10 'Italian legend, told byMiai; Emma' CHURCH SERVICES( ; i eye's rye said.n..ere4.,' / .*"*' .*: ... "!.,>j '!
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d 1\r.: . "'. :... "'.Duet '(Y?cal), *StarifOf The East," UNITE'D .BRETHREN -';' UNION __ A'e_ e..II' 'tsSStSgr' -;>.
; H. P. Caldwell.ft KU t ) heard
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$.( I .v) to''l..Y p.4' t SJJ ,;: : CharlleReQ.roind'Hro1d' IleraberE."Christmas ', CENTER, CUFjJII+ :_ The poor|I. -Tb.i. .should W tbtfnkfu4,
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: Christmas Eve. with It* promised Joya.I for food. '' V
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\ :r ,'J' : Receipt'Walt} ( .Mason), The making rlad our g-lrla and boy When you r(" to help poor PMI., bI. k i .
.e !I' Hilliard's island, think of the bright tolnorrow. I useful tte . , .
: r Union Center, near, A. they v.
J. : Ii read Miss:Elltabeth 'Aultman.
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:- .. .. .J' ,f .Humorous "" odlnC, .Miss, Gu.siePlano will have religious' services as Dear, happy little hearts! b. m rr/ and Of W'' '
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ii'rai: fs ;D patrtiu 6-V.1f.. c.Wt. .* to rid ..**. .. > ..Hleetl!: ' '''') )'.:M1u'I' VirtDj1ys } Sunday"school t at 10,a. m.Sermon. .- ,< cheer Christmas Day m..... large, ttaeful-srlft*. \ .. ,
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.t " "' : ..2i-II" Th children of want and of Borrow."Merry But forgo not,the** clad Chrlitmaa
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- '.... > ," '' .' 'pn6' .' -" ': '-" .. ;e.' ' .' 11 j. ';% ; Jtel1t" "abridged) .J' .Henry loom[ in the- Ism for Jesus." Hi"6'U'" Ii y., n,- ...,. h"-th.ft'. 1'1trltRT w yourof !yooP"'"..... e. .,.
i' wading .from Look Into "' .a
""A ;1 _ ,, : _ ., h _ ':h'h, u d.. . ,, _' fan' 'First'ChristmasTr Christian Endeavor at 6 p. m. Chrlatmaalna1". tbruu..b" the Judg. -o'. .. others by wbat? ',..ie.:._n .
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Sermon 7 p..m. : Of this evening v
Mra. W. J. Fripp.An
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11,,, NEIGHBORS, -i,ENTER- Pepldetit"biny; :: .;W.. '.$irelay'; ,.. Unchanging Love of Christ to His her to you: Lovlpt hearts .d.a o.telling. 0(' .j
H.c ;!Informal social hour -followed, She I* sure to be somewhere In sight and of moan* "ai' ,
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,".uN ret>Vlc--I' .8I id nV. Mri.1'.P.. ,K. "' To reach .....a"\a.' growing ha..
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"h :> .' when'' they guests sat about: a :cheery There .b. la! Look will your The poor. and cold .' ,I
."r '. lfrs.VA.'Cott nnan;and Mrs, S, D, kftir.: r > 1 fin'.nd related ChriatmaX experienee. A cordial Invitation is extended to lone little waif.motherless bird. In atera PovertJ" r."ee..L. Itt, lb.. ..:

r i, 1rd.lgbUallyentertatne, : .{ih, "'W'JUIam.I.' ;Saci>n4'V'cuddentMrd.." .r ,,:>.W:\ 'and'enjoyed a""cuppf: rtp". served visitors. IL E. BUTLER, Pastor. Standing A. forlorn ChrlitmeEve close a* by a that bright window 110 There.weet are, Joyou glft.ofmorevaluS. times.. .thef s'golll

:Neighbor: lodge and, a1: .fewat" S.er.tiut'xr.h with home-mad cakes.:Another feat- All her wlihea, unnoticed unheard. ,,! -::', - . r t.\

: the: horn*;>-oi th..former; I S. tl a lL urefof this. tpleasurablerevening was ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES. The "Chrltm-Evi window!" Is when', yon are Chrjtrnalnf la 't "
,,. ::M.Jireat.i. : .;'. ) Saturday, Instructions for children !- there any child' heartH twilight ., ; l:!. :.
.vg:': : the quantities of holly}used to decorate not rented Itself with delightOn y'orireY'nof lilt4 TU. 'Tos,'w7R. i;
volorVchem*-waa used through :<: .aunl'ifra..n: 8 ervlcli*Commit:: the' "quit in harmony with ;.8 p. m.; rosary and confession the beauties and wonder In. tempting cod bar In sight' ,' t"'_ }{r ,
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t '' oeaLiolly, Christmasstreamers ( ; :a ; "; >v' ''*' 7:30 p': m.'Sunday Bending out Christmas sparkles so '
bomy theueason:' ;., Whiaivir .VM NMd & deism Torte':.;
'and."longstemmedtall'jases'.wer 1. Reports, Mry,' b:.B Fedlo,' , ? :b'l.1d 24-Mass, sermon and bright? .. . . .. '
: each lTab 'aro.-a"
: ;Theseiecepttol..rlU Even to look I I. a.toy! To POSSESS Is '
'It., : :combined'in I .The $odetywfI'obserelti:: ; : \ t ian.poa ., Tp.sday.e.ening'and.ull'rancordiallyinvited ; Sunday school, beginning at 8 a. m.Christmas a dream! TIM 014' StuxUtd:Grow'' JahW.'I'oaio.lI.
.. ) week,of f ;forefgglmIa.foni commemoratingthe Little Trade build catle In air- .
or Day (
._.lW; ;decoration, npecWiytothe prayer [ to'be ; reseat.:. . i For the time It I* here. thus beautiful qMnr, valoa M a"
Christmas!Ieaaoli.{',; Jan.4-5 a* follower.MondayLeaderp ;. r ri.: ,uii_ .. c. birth of,the incarnate Son of God, window: General'To te'bicuIi.It.. eoetaiaa lbs .
r ; ; ', ?! Jb.?E!?. 'k Hal.TneadayLend ,Prominent + mClnc'.tu"l'1Jesta' were: Christ Our S.vioJ'-M.) and ser Yet outside she stands, ahlverlnff well known tonic propertlMO QUU niand
1.r''pmu1 amused. there.
: ttth* and Mrs Eastman: of ;BeatonHarbor tile Uftt'
Mr. I IRON. ;iIt at ta on .
:'" ilarlae th* earl]; Jivening' !r. .Mrt." ':.I' ;.D. Gelgewedneeday.Leaders , Mich:: Mrs.;;Wilson,formerlyof mon. 9:30 ./ m. Cold I*she she clap? Yes. truly for how tightly cot, Malaria BfficbM, UM
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' :W prire'foi1 ,' AU .are welcopn to attend all services Clove around her trial remnant of builds tM v.ole Byatsm.
Mrs I'recpiv'd a If'r' Canada;'Mrs;!A., S. Bogus of:Car .p j
vtttgtherblgh6et'; aeo...,'A" beautiful ,,, Ml'ar'. VJ, ;W.' sopalish', Mlch. and'.Mrs* Crank, who ; And her.ha shoe wi. full of hole, are all out .' . s n1
i'otlros: **"was awarded toMis. Wilder:! ., ; < .,::/, h ..winter.trlth;,her ,sister at the toe. C. K., .McQu fri., State ,M; ce o t
is! ,spendlne>> ,> 6oOfil Scarcely: fit to be called hor* at all.
i. Tburaday Leader IMrit I W4 H. KISSIM51EE BAPTIST United States I>*moiutr ;
I'"FlmUlar', . S"lnct.eoD.i. ' f ;: 3 : A. Barclay! : See! The little red hood fallen back: Co-ope..tI"
....7 ,,"., .. ",odee )"'' ,, .i LMr :r. MISSION, .. from her. h.ad. tlon .Wory,. with ,headquarter>! >
Leave the hair
A\deilctous saladkcours-fruit'cake" Fridays-Leader: :Mr .Chapman.'\ "Services at .tnV South Kisslmmee rain.bright beprlnkledwith I Gainesville U in KUcImme today. ,

F J; smd chocoJaU, .wire served blithe host- \' l >' (. :iT JOHN'S. GP.ILQJlOC. ,' Baptist Mission on 'Sunday,' Dec. 24: While the fair In, childish face, peerlhteagerly ,I Mr. McQuarrie bas been,holdin '

vv .*ai,': asiisted, ,. by ,Misses I';Elii: ,.Mca PREVATT-SHEAROtr&i:J;.ENGAGE-. i ii !.T>.,Hart!f Memorial" Building, was 'Sunday,.eh ol'at.10' *u m.' Speak ed of pleasure, yet lll-aupprea- i tnrr*' Institutes in prance cou
pain.
*., 'Ck f dad Dorothy' ,Wells. :. i, r. -\ .jaKNT: ,, the1 scene:of a'pleasant Social gathering Preaching at.6:45: p: m. by the pastor Poor poor little Teale.! All the joy past vel l 'dayt ema...
',' ':Closing t.h\evening, Christ :.Mnu.SarahPrevatt; '*anounoe. the Saturday'-sevening.I Vwbenjth* Subject: "The,.Son of, Mary the .he ran know to f'

).;:! mas-Box,:an annual, customs'' : the nffasrement!Of her>daughter r Ruby' ladies'',,#.,St-.J ohn''.''Guild entertained' Coming Man"Clristnias I* to CEIVEBrighteyed LOOK- at what other RE. Qual'' tea

: IodgeJjwben'each: guest 'fished Jn.an: m";;';t ;Ge<>rK! Marlon; Shea'rouse, tbeirfrionda with musical-,1* ...f services 'on. Monday atR long, ago.Dreaming happy. children are asleep lit the. public. >r Aoovn8wi for '

..: .' unseen'pool!and:dto''fo"rth/aldainty:; Jr,. otJ;'tWa& :;: iweiTh'take Q.'WilJ "Th. programAlaclodedvoCa1'tihere' < i um. p. tnf, dream. one this glad lIoUef.,. SaTOCKHOLDCae'tmfsrrtn''

",' .Oh'rtma. (:eil .. 4' '. place,aome timVi .yJAnuaryA : by Mrs. P.' K.I WeaVer; 'Mrs. "A good time 1 la expected .t' all these No bright Christmas dream Eve.for Tools! She Is

About' twenty guest;;: alt.nded'thlie ;' liePrevatt,4.iye I : pulartewlti; Stanley':Bullock, .Jr.., and )tisi; \IneiCarsori service. Come; for. we want you hungry of heart, r
: Mot for clothese food, .
5-- for *
'' McPherson and nor nor fornre Theflrat a
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a
pleasant event.i .'' / .yo! ttte'gounger.iet, 'wbere rbe charm Kenneth .. ; J.; J.ZARMER, . :Pastor. ; > 1"dhe'NEtIDETM *" - utockholder of the 'KI.stmme.rot O
:...... .*. F.j.* *,, i f her personality and her beaus ha.e duet:.by Xr.and: MI'II.P.IK.: > Weaver, i:' -. '' sad wistful thesesoSely face. ,J.yet the. Company will be held & <_.
on
Florida
alat' >P .A c1f"'I.t .".'. made'a wide'drcl leof,f rlend.. She U wbdire'sllwell! known *singers here v MEN'S MEETING;." ,.< ;And the pleadlDst eye,, speak. ,, the I Tveaday.A Careen January In Klaalmmea.0th. 151?. at t o'elook

1as. 1$1In, i t P.40< OGJP..y. also '''wall known SD\thureh"'Work.\! and 'are.favorites''tnmuefcallrcles.Min \ ,A A'S.'Nelson!"' wilt lead the I.ymrn's What de.tra delr, .'*Can: you" guess:' HT Before Boar:: f lor of Director the purpose or'of.thenstul l cUnjr e i

[ tMrtMBi-faMfeful! tones'aHendrle w.Uu'ln'aocl4: :'circlet.;> '. .'., '/. ,' : .Louisa.'Thomason/: 'accompanied t Christian Union'meet.tni'-=xt Sunday ," you left home.Andwhile .- '** v year: adopting by-law and .to.trasJMvafJ:

:.;#eetlng;:.t.the:Hart Memorapers.Wer ."Mr., ;Shearou .Js' dUrectorbt'theKla.immea''Concert"band ,: thesingers:, : Mrs.-.J Earl Lupfer;: aft.moon'at:3 o'clockat! the'l\letho. b cf. tuckIogyour darling' In. such fully'.brova-ht; other bealnesesa before;It. >may"be*.v.lawo-'l' g
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_. '.' ,1 "'f "/ te ,-.fwhere, hUraatical charmed the audience with reading, dist Sabbath'school J' omJ. All men You aake'd her, "What shall Santa lest Q. F. JCIUBBS. SecT.U.ryt,1. r .,

". *?reid;'on tie drama, In- talent"'and courteous'bearing which was followed by'.'musical cone and boys are cordially invited. ,1' -' - -- --, .. 1 -' -

nalvdJscUssIonscheery 1 J .tint ''a ,hay* mad-hlm,.n' tAeient.le der.,;Hela test"in which the; prix was'won. by' DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE.AT .

."of teat and,Just a little 1 bit'of"b. ::also' conRlectedwith' >the': Corner Miss i,Marion Porter. ,

r'agetting together" upon .thefsthaV.wlll. i Drug'Stolejmangement; and j J.'r.considered During the social hour, closing the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.

:;. ';; :h.lp.au: 'grow-: eeaidlleach' I one:'of the rising- business! men evening, home-made 'sandifswer) The Christmas entertainment for The of the vyod4

': ode:i'relent glad'that ..he"nex't'lneotWill ::41f.'the city' 'S"r-r\ sold, netting the ladies 110. beginners and primary scholars will I eyes ,

:Th. friend of the peopie be held in the auditorium of the 1
:., l i many young
:: ": :, 'be" 'Jan. extend ,hem., felicitations, on. the KERAMIC CLUB.:: church at 3 o'clock Saturday after '
;i: ' ". 'AECkBAPTISTWOkNM 1\y: ,. noon. There will be a short programof ; are on the man wfto'l:;
ipproacbingevent. Mrs. S. M
";1 . .. ,," Mrs. Wi; J. Fripp assisted
r music
j. dialogues, and recitations
'.4:: v'1 '! r-- = ". H. Bullock Monday afternoon in'enter-- I
'. HARTMEMORIAL and gifts for children under 10
yearsof
IpNA1l.Y RECEPTION
fcalnin at the regular meeting 'o(, the
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will be distributed. ,
t .;'l Cli' ..MI. !: NGa; 1. :TO(>ISITORS; Keramie Club,at.the Studio. age Sunday's.
services will be
':. ,Th*>Ba'ptlst, n's. .iMissionary '''-:The"'receptions giren:by' -'.:the Hart Others present were: Mrs. S. B. SUnday school: at 945 a. m.; N. C. ;

"'t: elday,for" the'regy ; Memorial Chapter, to the'winter''residents ,Aultman,' Mrs Henry Aultman, Mrs. Bryan, superintendent.

"'' I\';?:%? S; monthly;; business-; ,meeting \,and1'i'"t,1 of.the lt1'continue" in ,popular. J.: D, Woodbeck. Mr Eal'eneBryan. teachers and.classes suited to all Capable agei. A

': !'j} J'sinlpwial; )election-of: ,\officers.rnvrk .: .' ltyand'a. large attendance, present Misses Ruby Prevatt, Ouida Malloy; r Morning'sermon at It o'clock. Sub- SAVEj

.::t t1 to rl.A ... t encou g/ngl"report'/ \ ,, ;bf: the '(Tuesday>to 1 'participate.. In ''the"Chrlatmas"Evenifg."t Anne and Inez Carson, .Norma''' Grif jectk i "Christmas Lessons for Us."
w the fin and Violet Bullock.
; read-. tame.to'be '
.ryas "
f Bees
: Busy meet at 2 p. m. ,
'If" ; atVh :,State:conventionat. : :Or- Mrs; S/B.:Aultman"and Miss I Adah Junior
.. o{; ; 1n. .nu.fl. '1 Trae.w,, n hostesses and"had arranged meets at 3
:.r ly f\,r : owing offcera were'electedib the following'' program: Mrs. C.T.., Sullivan of Loughman p. m. '
: 1 Senior Baptist Young moment
". ':iaiTfr ' ?x Piano' selection Mis. Gussle '"Win'ri. were. in the city Thursday .shopping, Pebple'aUnion' P.AUSE'fQr a young :
meets at 6:15
:.t1'1'I. : : 'I !:' e .' ., '1 : p. m.
-- Evening sermon at 7 o'clock. Sub- a thought self. :
*; < 0 .. ject; "Sinners Seeking tile Lord on
%. -.V5K" I Time." problems I that conf ront'ryou hoi
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"" 4 ; ... ,. ".' """', <,. ""i. _Good music, a 'comfortable house,' will a few years hence; '

Ai"r-.1 : and a cordial welcome await you. : ,. 'J \:} .

# .. :i. :: >: : : . Come and hear the whole gospel : J1"i''zti
!- ,- /k.';.
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; preached. O. B. FALLS, PastorZIONS Look abo.Lyotlthe' of affairs fa saaed \:
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'" .. ,: \ :. ..,.. RELIC ID-LITERARY SOCIETY "
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- T M'' '...-.. .. .. '..' ".f.err a-PERJCENT \ ,., '. They-fcav the :
,;, 'r . ." ;pI'. 'I 1':' MEETING. respect and confidence of the coamnw. : J'J'f
-5; ".. ..'; .'; I ... ._ ',. The meeting of the Zion'a Religio- %'T.J.TaB/l+ .
.. ... Literary, Society of Pleasant The look tk other ] '":' afr'r
.. ,, *- ; 'n ;' ':*'- A--.v ., .. Valleyfor en side-d{ the feDowi wno, i imak '1' "
+ r '. ; Dee. 22 wil\.be devoted 'to study.lug *-they 'niay'htv*\ a good tin for'si while bat "
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a rM, ,, .- " < f ; parliamentary laws for the purpose penonsJity reflect > J ; '
of the :
enabling members to take "

: '.. :,.,. , a, more!, active .prt.ln! business meetings A dollar or so de tau bank will .'i ''t' 'J.1:' ....;.."J'

,. ;,and' acquaint' them with the nucleus off an .honorable;, independent!:i lyc :; .
4 NCI rotes and rder of debate. These Make your : #'
'nh e7{'1 5. b f par- becuminc sew-odsy. You r oO .M : fit.
o. / ... liamentary'lessoAs .
'A '' are taken up near book win the >?

; ,',., lIs'enoughtoxchairge on 'loari s:' 'pl x r'h. ;, th* close of Bach quarter and the pre pav tray., ,. 'L se .: 1
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once.of.thosejnterested in this direction I. 'S

would b* appreciated. ,

Meetings-are.;{ held:at the ,home .o; 'S. a'1te:: :, B' !41:

H; W.tRutamel., at .Pleasant! Valley,: :\ :
each. ., Friday .
Ut 6:30 pnt";,: ; Visitors : 1 !, '

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