Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 29, 1916
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00783
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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.;!;: COMMUNITYCHRISTMAS. Acting;County.: -Surveyor.: A'.,jf.,.Ma ,- ; E\sr'coAsTEST.: JOHNS 'v.The.. ,:coro, .-.'louaxaidgne4""which-' ,',; '-" ON SCHOOL
Congressman Mra. .
I'r.\-: , 1Jonou soon will ,complete,his,surv : Krlbba"ara. *and 0. 11'
havingerected i.nttl4elt;
*y of St. Cloud road from K\! sim ; yk.Vivi rffc.vVs.. 'jifs. '
mee's.:"eastern city-jlimit) to the canal property on'W elt.,VlnStreet'i>Bear
the .two' Tohopekaliga Bermuda 'avenue'if nearly completed.
til ; RIVER KISSIMMEE VALLEYOcklawaha Th_ expect itTbe.n.wlonse''lsa A
lake. Th specification and map pro- by inoccupation_ .,..i of
les.will be completed by Jan* .I.The:: ,
11" -.- -,i. conjunctionwith \ blockwest of
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ad.ertisseemertts. '
the now b in avenue. t>r within wpeaklng
s' ,.IS. GREATEST FESTAL'AND SOCIAL published by'.the County Comn ...loD411' &- : distance of the H. W,:Bole hornet Its VOTERS'IN;KISSIMMEE
: '. for, J..bidor..' construction, ,.f .RiverPeople'\ r JVaritTo f Participate two stories comprise nine-rooms---five
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7; sixteen "miles n of hard-surfaced road, : lower and four'npper.NIts.: dimensionsare WILL, BALLOT.ON IT ,;
3,000 PEOPLE; PARTICIPATED- of which this 'section"*of the,. Klssim- ' 28x61 feet. Roomy porches on the '"OTHER DISTRICTS"LAG IKCUIATING -C1t
Meeting To Be Held south and east sides ;
meeSt.Cloud highway a.part six : AtSanfonl f *. will be screened.
',FINE. 1USICAL1PROGRAM.; and one-eighth\ mil** lonf.- ;" The',construction: is of'stained ,feather'edge ,'PETmONS. : '
J+,' a .i- "" 'H _. +" The 8U Cloud; road dietrlcfbegins ai .siding.1 The building is outfitted
canal : : ;
The great Inland ship project 'alter"this"Stit as"dratnage dIstrictr with first-class
the canal mentioned. :: .. ,: .' plumbing '
k i The greatest 'public gshering7everpt ,The County Commissioners.v 'Will- 're. that 1 II _in process of formation:for the and pecial-taz :road 'districts.The .', ' Alan'J. MaeDonough is the,super, The ;iOsceola County'..School} ;'Board1'U

.: .witnessed in Kissimipee :vwa, that ceive;bid* until Jan/ 16 next;.' Kissimmee valley'the St.'. John river, statute creating the navigation' vying' architect; J.; Nelson, is' theconstructing has ordered a,special election fer Ja* '''
*' .vnlc 'setembied'topartlci'pate'lntea ; and Florida' east coast grows in. interest district would provide'. administrative ,contractor.: 27. (Saturday);on\the 4uesU a.Ma
'- f.ltIvU.Je..Clf.thil$ /clty'I':ft".,'' ,.Com- .I* and lavor.f' < board (of.three or'mOr.) .which whether the compulsory selitleMl "

;.yP," j cs;,,,v"'rnuijity Christmas treo..', ' RECEPTION: MR .j have' Assurances been received of' unanimous from>Palatlt8L support: Cocoa would money' have for 'temporary power< IjKTto.organisationpurposes .; borrow LETTER, FROM, A, .SEMINOLE an ce' law shall' J be',adopted..Winel la zi

r ,.. Thatthe' affair,, wea .a.b1e' ;and Titusville. Melbourne,.West Palm ,' (2))' to-construct- !"or have SchooV.Board Diatrict j.No./J---wW; fc '$
'X, Js, >;gratifyfag;.success Is admitted*. "by v WINTERVISITORS' Beach and Miami., j ' :/' constructed water highway thhU&h.out. :. :.: Wlllson-ijr: 4lof'vKlsslrame embrace(Kissimmee''and lU;+vicinity. .; I

;*cf* eV"l7body.who. attended:. '- >: :' .' . ,, ," : * I Representatives. .of'the-East: Coast .the_district, (3) to, porcb... or ',ehaa'yecelved''a.,*hor ibatrlnterestlrig '- .-This", '/a\re nlt-'t>fthe'ailt *iai 't. '
,. .Not'fewel' than,8,00Q people particle 'V. i-. ?' ?" ,Mr"The " r '" Canal 'Association have'- expre..edthem..tve. condemn existing artificial highways, letter front1 his namesake;down several weeks ago by'-tKe) )lother*'ssa* (.
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in ,
(, favorof ((4)to
'Yeoeplio or as being heartily employ engineers ete..I(5)to)
" 'pated.{ Jt-was veritable outpouring ; .W1der'" f-risltors, the enterprise.' : ; ", ,"', Lsu.e'*uch. bOnd / as might-be necessary .. in the...EvergladeswnisohxTiger;: :; one Teachers'Club;:of; .simasio-oquestion.
:&I of 'old! --and young. The city never hast held at th.4Hart'f.morlabulldki. it" 1 Last;; week a delegation : of/ landowners to finance oberaUons('(6)) to levy ofih,\ ..$emlAote Indians in .*th. .little.. .' 'The{ dull caused JMB" *

,!; witnessed anything;like It. Few who; :Tubedaveningr v 'attended'by a near,Lake Apopka 'called" on annual taxes fOr\canar construction ,Belglum.of,Florida.f 'Follows the )etxter b.'paceup) ," schoof 'dls
,. /.. Y.* paw"the sight! ever will' forget It.j .- number of--tourists/-well asbyth.. the originator of the project and ex- and maintenance -,to,pay,indebtedness ,hsre; ;" ..< ,j the ..countyexcftptiasf-;? WH;
desire ,
pressed th. that the Old.wahaMvel' incurred in such, ;
t -j* -i-- 'AfylloW"pm-; -t...'.26-f.taU.wa.: reUdei --6fthe_ <+citjv.-wlth':; Miss** "'b*Included'in-.the navigatioif 01' and 4T)' 'engagetheparticipation construction O:J; WHrf. WiWaiiiii' __ ., JK rarbeegtHungry4And .J\ ditrl+ ))4.It; Pas ldfdtil, }'
,\t" ,'!*1 erected.Jithe: Broadway park po't1 } bea1 Elliabeth Aultman and Adah"Tracy a* canal district it. is proposed to'utab-) the State, and Federal governments (, i long;time. I: election simultaneouslyiH all of 4
/ *"** tweAgatbesliats: ;"and.,*Corner' '..Drug: !aOltes..... ,.JIeaaant.lnlormal toonver lish by legsllation through;which;the and to make contract with them. Just jeomeIndian.; :'.Town.;;I 'go' (,your. district, *; '.& L-*" -* f'tlons 1-
.' .. Ration wa enjoyed.*throughout the canal would be obtained. rCanalEndeeary $ iXhe .taxes, to'be levied- would, of: '
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t Or** :. r .n-J letter too.late-.t.I back ''tomorrowHungry ork
; KtJ. "r ;> 1'-'l; 'l eveningInterspersed musical Visits Klsslmm**.*""- coarse. be on only the property within go, The P,1'ctCulatiagth.) J wK'5B.
i o;:M Jrs< ..ThliEra sillumlristed,yari-colored: number and reading ,The, .program ..Two'>dy ago'F. 1.. Hamilton-*. of the, irrigation ,district 'the.-territory. . ...Land., Indians all\ a'' Rvngry in the country, district* 1
'. *.itf1\ !;',,iectric lights from top to botfonCTTt follow:*. .,e ; ", i New-Smyrna; secretary. of the Florida the canal ,would benefit.,;J. :; t. :' ". : '' had proper attention )howeHrettt.progresiedslowlyso .

&: .i;'jwad.decoratd also with "many orna-. ......... Voice, "At Dawning. ," sung by Ml* East Coast; Canal Association- came N.tlon.IAldExpeded., .'! ''.. Charlie) : Ikeo;sgdaw'got;!tittle pap., ,that the' '
: ,'* .rments and much imitation snow. I ura.Thomai, accompanied ",Mis* U>< Kissimmee'for;the- purpose 'of ascertaining :Such a'di.trlet,1, comprisingaboui pose two ;w"b'i ., '. cent;of registered tyoters';
"Iffif' "TGoodiesKWere Cleared Out.-1' ,. I Grace Gilbert 'f1'I'! to'what extent Kissimmee one-third of Florida and backed by the agof( almt as been obtains ,,in; ssifinq s .
.., ,.i The: tappy.faces'ithe<;'t jostling: r Reading "Waterloo.*? i and Osceola county might .participatein commercial: and ; 'pro rty' interest "';onrj-good,friendW1LLSON,- ': . oa'In this
': (k! 'Crowd! the inspired "expression of the ''"Encore.- "Tl at' Old, Sweetheart. 'o this movement. thereof and by the united"support!' ofF 1 o:i'- TIGER.' city ( ponrveers
:. 'J' littl., anticipation of the visit Mine," Miss Gertrude McKay. . I , Mr.-.Hamilton came specially' to rida'e delegation In Congress,>and l { ,. { charga of Mrs. J. LuAfer Mrq.,
}Ii:: from Santa Claus, gathered about the Piano "Melody". ( ChImes ,, talk the matter over with County Commissioners a > by this .State'*,Legislature""ant; ; ;. '//I< <; ., Maklnsonr Mrs.P'AiC a
n. wond ttul'Chrismas, tree where. thef.7. : Encore "Cathedral '- ,' City Couuicilmen Board of e cut ve. officials,...certainly should ( Mrs.I.H. Ingram,and Mr.-J.Z-;;
....: + Alights I twinkled and scintillated up.tot (Speck i.-.MUGrace. ,Gilbert.:. ,Trade .officials and others active '..ia.. mand'the attention and-aid of.the MASONSELECT:':: OFFICERS ersorw..., These,wornen-soon<'oli
>,, ".the beautiful ,electric star .serenely I < Reading-"Arena":Seene'M from Quo public:affair hereabouts. '. teaeral-government.,; ". . < '- : .-' many-more than ths aecenarytA
t'1>. .telllnlr'Over all. And.*.iheyjooked i VadisJ %* I'7AV* r U i There ,i -..little:doubt".tha,;-'.the national rr S ,rS cent.' 'There are 276
;;r; \ and Isltened'out on v ,the warm night' Encore;"A Musclal 1'tn.LrUment."J I Legislature To *, i. government ,would; be,.willing to ;At.the annual efectloV. ,0(:Orange tion ,'they v-lod ed;..with .the "
,. ;r S '"air of a'typical Florida night came a Mills Christine lyy. /t. Cr_te'NarUatlon* District. participate in a project having magni* BJo l omIx> ge,'/F."& Ai: M.i the,.fol school.authorities., ,_, :-,?, %; T
1J'J'',,, 'Jiarmoniouscrash 'of, music from the .Vocal selection .by( Miss,Elizabeth I Thell.n I. that' the Impending tude .00' edstanding such as lowing WflcerswereielecUd. for .the .' The.official'advertisementthe ,
'1!. .iand stand announcing the beginningof Aultman.'r: ,. :"2- .i..:. *l"> , i. : .t .Legislature shall ensuing:year: ,
: \ create a,"navigation: district" modeled' :' '( Continued.on.Page:Ten)' : yJ MF. ?. Bryant / .electionle'prtted'antpagqa'
""i.:. the pro ram and at the close of the I I , ..... fir.. fhis-
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"', selection Cbr.tmas carQI.''Were echo .. -W. B. Crawford Includes of.ithe crap -
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; eel back from the balcony the Tree.I I PROSPERITY; MAKES .1"W..a; W Ovgretreet'TreasurerM school law,-which shows the rol
I \ Kate' that willjPcevaUICissimmee .If,
builc .gwhere the Kissimmee Music regulations
.. Club were stationed.'.' Dr..W. B.'With.I. OSCEOLA COJNTK; FAIR SecreUry-D. G..Wagner:, ,. -voters adoot the la*
;4r.poonannounced the invocation followed : .' BY. "., ; The newly, elected officer will ;be that.theyiwUl.'is" a.-foregone'sion.
by more stirring music by the." ,... . ;.r installed._ 'next,Monday night!, ;u''j .;_, ; > ,- '. ,.' ,-, ..
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;J ;;bandind inspiring carols by the xlub.T"hea ; silt.mee :- .. ? TOn /
Santa Claus appeared and what: A,The proposed 7 new\schedule"'of,'the. Will. exhibit. ;;at 1. i OP;!; f el-1,4? ,, -ear *
itJi. followed could only be seen, not heard..The Florida East Coast Railway,, to bejeffectire : : ; ,
; childrenwere' arranged in pro.'eesuion ' about-Jan.1', reduce.the train to! 17; inclusive., VA :V '; '. \ -c. ii.
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:hifi and as they passed the tree j i. :'TH VALLF GAzETtE.IILCB1V ( .
'rx the .I".re'given their treat when the; service on the.:.N w's. SmyrnaOrangedisjunction ; iHach ., ; :
7. : :: :::day: ;, thrdugliout" 'the" 'exhibitionthere i, '
's,.. 800 boras which had been provided had bra ch'ofthat'1ailroadto ; . r IJ0gm
,1 been'The dlsppeed event westhe'iulmInatlon"ofl of.,, : I I' This only train train a will day.leave, .New" '*Smyrna' 'will be, Horse'races', : on, the: speedway ,$2; A, YEAR AFTER JAN'Jr: .

l plans carefully .worked out during the i ; . >t.
few week. The City.Council be.. about 8 a.,m.: and return to the coast at the -Faiit? Lf* :i ''the Inncreased'cost'; t': J JI f
A 'van past the'movement when' they* voted in time to' connect with the'F. E. C.; '. grounds.,, c 7 '.' account. ;of" < ," ofpgwe .r,

,$7$ for: the purpose and then requestedthe.cooperation .: branch-line mainline trains train No.arrivingat 29 and 30, New'the A ':icarniyaiand. train d.animal: show I L, ,print paper;and of:other,,:naaterials.enteri.e ; df
.f! of'the churche.' In ; ; "',
: \i
<( :tCw ;an effort to place child in Kis- Smyrna about 2 p. nv : .: 'nto Ihe'puhlishing. . of 4.,;;mewpape'dieViiL, ; : 4
,.. every This reduction of service i I. will :exhibit : from<: ;'Heb'112tbsl7vin: : ;! y
daily ; :'
simmer,rich the foot. :
or on same with 1aiRlIIM 51't
; Ciazette In common '
ley a
."< ing at this pnbUe''celebretlon.'' The understand, inasmuch a* this railroad . ,, ,. ,. : ij. ',} : ...

"*i-i,_.t.jc'r.-Jr fj.' 'churches:with one unanimously.exception where'responded plane, and had )) 'ball(ITT had common a most.with prosperous nearly all year others , clusive.: ,,i ",?I'?; ',:"" '\ r.r ':,r.-;, "',;' i'l:'c,.;;, 'r: ;:trmJ..i! ; ;) '. ,:":1 '.:r of other: .paper* 'throughoat, '*1ses9 1y1; .tit \ '.. .

'.0,. ,:tJ' been so' carried to give.out them that up'it,'would without beimpossible and this in*inter.-view of heavy..; passenger+ ,.,'' -traffic" Various: free: ,Attractions; '-will! bVonlittie: r ,.._.' "'.''. necessary" ,to. raise, the" price. .. -'of...aubacr-, ., ption,.... .,.. .
't'; .disappointing the little folks,-no other throughputvth'e} .Fair// .. to" $2 aa, yekrf 1 bichTaIae.riILbe.. .effectiveJnuaey"1x1917. , I
.tree .or treat was held anywheie in FLORIDA EAST'COAST'CHAMBER program I'':'. ,
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'this .' bne' of the, ; e
:J-' city: Then : lodge. Athletic also: will add interest '
K' came forward with a liberal contribution ": sports .,, ,:Until Jan.:,1,/however,:\reyrill.,take: ".ub.; I r
: to the fund; busniess men professional
lanq aniusement. ascription/ either "' ; ,FOR'K
: .m n\winter visitors aJld 'capl- : new or ,renewals >
talietsall contributed, and the'plans.were "
,extended:: to include a substantial QUARTERLY MEETING i The official annual State .show of the tANYr NUMBER':Of;YEARS,;at the old rat.of1.50. .
!:r' .Christmas dinner to all the needy. in -. \ .* \* -
"the -community. headed The official'eall for the quarterly American Poultry Association for Florida ,_ ?
Dr-W.W. Carson the finance -
meeting of the Florida East Coast -"'4* t
\eommlt.. -experienced no .difficulty Chamber 'of Commerce hoe been received will exhibit in connection'' with this Fair. We are" forced''to"'raise, our. . .advertising'.. ... ,'' 4 ;,
in sufficient fund. 'A.
securing < \ i
from H
W. Scott,
secretary -
t ,"-J r; McDonough was appointed chairman .- and treasurer[of that organization. exhibits will be entered from rates also at the- .dame- time. ,,:'" .,-......- .. .
of committee whoae Poultry ;
a canvassing ; The meeting will be-at Tituaville on many .
'A fit to visit section of KISSiMMEE:V u.EY' ZETi1i '
was every
Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 9 and .
., th. city and ascertain Just"what,wasQt"x' 10. Further Information can be .ob- sections Florida. \ ....-- .c" '-. .
needed in the families wher aid should '

-ti j v 4. 'entered be'"to.."Even the spirit.the school of the occasion children roadas tained office:Box by-' addressing 878Miaml' .. Mr., Fla.Scott) The(Post-,call .Friday- ,,(, 16th)" will be Educational l. DayS ,_.r""... .' .. .. ". ,?........... . '. .- r ;;

:' .r. by bringing contributions of potatoes "The4: uarterly'meeting: i .of the in with exhibit of VISITOR KtSBiDMEEDIE9.H : I ; -.1: .:
$A and ; conjunction an by ;TO '' :
+.. apples to "fill'the/barrels s which Florida East Coast Chamber of Commerce 6iARMERSTOl"t # +
;..r(:'xr ,. ; were_"atatinoed. In convenient, places.VAlk will be h-]ld at.Tltusvi'le.' FU., Mrs.,.,Maivina .S."'West,-from Well'ngton ; "" r
: 1., Saturda,;afternoon the' 'vacant! Janr0 and'.10; opening 10 a. ''.m., pupils of Osceola county's public schools. Ohio/passed away at the home '
'i4; toreroom at.the corner: of Broadway Tuesday. of H.''W, Morrow, ..In, Klssirmeej 4''at ; ,MORROW.OiFARM; LOANSAlf.farnlerrand

," : t:1/r"and.: of'great' activity utheNp the scene '."Questions-1, concerning the commercial The, girls' canning club. and the. )boys'corn 7SO o'clock' Monday'eyeninz, Dee.26, I !fruit/grower. : "'in ....'
; agricultural, horticultural
'f'coinmittee, with> Roma, Thomas asJ general interest ,of the,eastern, and clubs the will ,haye extensive aged 81 -years; 4 months, '21 days: this vicinity who'are Interested:ln or-'.'
por county .
;, ] elved the -flour-'- Vegetable tlon of the State will be discussed by .)[>math was caused by heart failure. nnixing a,farm-loan association ,vn7
.c r-iv--.,.and fruit and.,filled the,waiting basv. able statesmen, engineer,'contractors, exhibits. Mrs. West arrived in Kiss mmee on3ecv der:the new. government: farm- oan' .
f J . ket,. 'Even toys .were providedforevi lawyer, dentist, and business 15 and Intended to spend the winter law will meet at 9:80: o'clock tomorrow'morning t"
; '.. :.,."Plans will be formulated to bringabout men. 'here. She came_south for her In..the City'Council. roomy. : i.
I morning largefcutsioof''w closer co-operation the Other interesting samusemerits health and ta visit grandchildren, (Fraternity,'building) \.to discuss >thef&
; beef wwre added to the provision-and civic among Stanley Land Virga West'whor-are: at matter.. j. ; -, ,. ts -
and -
hf the basket* .were distributed by.'auto the counties! embraced organization by the chamber.* in and exhibits-will announced Rollins. College, Winter.. Park. -*She *, fl..,E. Evens- ,' county' f.m'; clemons-I.,,' ',
( +I truck fs.. . jif " ''The'Tttu8v111.Board of'Trade .Ia i withstood the trip down well,.'thoughIt tration agent,.wilt explain-the workings -'' \
,,1,1'- when was a strain-on[ her weak constitu of such associations'and, -the'method t
'" And Chrsltmas morning dawn. ranging to fittingly"entertain the later : ar
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ed Santa Claus most have smiled when del*crate* and visitors.- .- '' ., torThebody 'of.their,organization. ; :"U'
r-S"' ., ':thought of the city-of Kissimmee "The presence of visitors;--including Osceola was sent North, at' moon .It is probable that the preliminaryorganisation :;
.7 r':"tQ: rr'f- 'where no child'was forgotten,"where ladies, i-invited tad will be appreciated. People throughput county are roesdayv Many- loving relatives and of an'associationwillbo" y
". ,& evef'7";household ;would sit down to a You are:urged to be' friends there 'wl11 mourn ,the lossofone completed at' thi* meeting:::: ;; n"t: 1i
1i1'' !T ::bountiful dinner, and where Christmas members,": of, the :chamber presentOnly' willlave requested .to prepare individual and collectivja whose life has been replete i -with >All fanners and fruit; growers i b1t."f' .'
cheerwould be universal kindness and thoughtfulness oth, ested are invited to>$i nd: and prtip1fw;: ,
4 .: 'j-v I t a vote Jn the .,, ....
;..s..'f't..".: "..!': .. -- ""'l.'l. .. . :"'_._'::_>!. .o"u- .. ,: ", -- ., ,,.- ...f. .>proceedlngj.r,\ -., .? : .. ..j.- *exhibits.Specimens' ', ers..7 : ,,..'...:. .--/ -4f'.../ '...... pat., In the y'L'meet.-_- '"_ .1'!ax4--.":...fu1?,.. . "
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of fruits flowers .1''f" b..
1h- rGeat.. Boors':U ::Osceola.' : vegetables, > ; ; --
: County '
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or. Syrup Mill; Js"' 'Beiruj i ErectedtrAt't .i5
.. \3'I':. !>- ... \ ((domesticated and wild), herbs, :fisht .berries : ""* ; 'r* !: >

-i .Banks 'Will Supply.MorieyTo. Farm: = (domesticated,' wild), :trees,,woods, k : :si h isimtnec--Farrners Can- 'Make i. f '

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.. -* ''f / 'ft* _' : ; ;' needlework.\ : ,and(:fancy"workgraiii: i ;) .forage; t': "" '
err.Boys. 'Buy lPi ; ;* < .
;bi1! _.: gS :. seeds, \cafi ,. d,' products, jelli s,*)ln41, :arts ': Cane: A Staple! rQgi: w ,_ \ :L;

\}?- :-'County Demonstration:Ag.nLB'L:: ha*'advised{ County- Agent E.ntbut: A *yrup'rnfll Js in process of erection Zepl. StlLi'Fla r a
*'.?-..-iVf... TSgna'has---worked'. fruition''proIJssH the'later, can draw.. unerservedly on and: crafts" including'chinapaintingt' i ,.: etc). -;]at outside Kisslmmee's_ ; city there bad rietin ,
'.r. "! t that-will make Osceola, county a the State"Bank for -money .for thi.* limits.-'- 'Tv.. r / -VThe and the la:
S f"('potential hog-producing section.' "*.' P E lhbltof'curios natural 'historical founditlonyhas been''lald and sufn antto
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; yr. Wlthnl a'short'while hogs wilF bef 'JSenator A. E.: Donetran.. president of J part of the. lumber i is on the ground, ti of air '
.r : a4Jppe4frqm: \htsivicinity narload the St- Cloud First National Bank, and: .also will. be.w lcoined ms the boilerap+
fptherwisei : ; ara syrup V-T.7
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A' laa.v..i-, J .. ;.:,. ....$. "" ; tell.Mr. Evans: that any pig-club, boy ; ? ,, : ; .. '1 mill site.1* at a T oint W ttbe
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"PME-2 4 >< THE )KISSIMMEE: VALLEY' GAZETTE, .;:I e- car ,FRIDAY. DECEMBER :!!, 'l'.ltX., $ ;

l',to,,' '.,, ., ...i.l. ..., 1'1 I.i.. . ..... I'J ..,. ', ,.r GAi i f. rtv I crude oIL fran., '!which 'mor. :sheaf: '
.I.' :f e !,rSOft, 1"t." : J ': # "'" 12,0003)00.000 berrele-of.guolenil,r rand rt(.

t- T' : I,. .. r. t' I lie extracted by ordinary m.tlwde.4;: ; ,
Cloud arttneu
'>*/ C.Wi 'GRIFFIN St. Dtp l. I t.-.....: .' report giving. the result of these _

Funeral Director la anticipation of thelay when, on ploratlons and tests and an accoarttofexperiments ,.
.. .account of the advancing eoet of raso-- as to possible gaseUHbj
len and other product obtained from' production, both by the ordinary: commerclal .."
.* car.. ; StaPle_.. ., MGROCERIES. 'Faaq. MEWS AND NOTES pp:'TTOPrQNDER CnTr.FEOll,ODK OWNBPECIALCORREEPONDENT i petroleum Jt might proeeiae -and by.the Rattmaa"' M'' '
!mereiaily'rofltable to-ntUi* BOIM of process!* now in preen. 'N _. 'fI '
'i : the enormous supply'of petrolepj to / See tblrt -_nth annual.r*>e+trof. "t
yI' LICENSED: [EMBALMER: jj 'be derived from the distillation of the the Director. of United States Geologic:> \.'

vast deposits of son-called hydrocarbon cat Survey, Department of (Interior,; .ri4 1
"'t ; ; c. D. Brenner; president of,the Interurban ,Mr. .nd'Mes. 1.'T. Cummings;, Mr. shales of the Greeij River. ornuitlon of Washington. C." .* ' '
8&oon'UMI. 'Chapel. 6t.watt'Ave.' . : i ,F..... Dlhr ry to all Parts, . Railway Company leaves and Mrs. Frallco'Mn.' &n_, and northwestern Colorado and northeast- ,. ., 4Cbildn ,T
. ZI..Irr... ha.y Kansas City, Moon .Tan.'2 for< Florida Messrs. MeCrellas, Lee and Ray Fart. and-there are many of the same and t!'" .,
ofthaCtrRobert accompanied by a party of twelve ris spent Tuesday with Mr.' and Mrs era Utah, the United States Geological i take BALLARD'S HORE-; : '
capitalists for,tbe purpose of lookingover Bullard on the (Jake front. Survey has.for three years been make
C..F. THRASHER M I'I'III'I" " " .'.. the rout to be traversed by the MBS..L. M. Goodrich, gave dinner lag field'investigations and tests of HOUND' SYRUP WILLINGLY 'bcauslt *- JP s I I
y . ., Central Florida-Interurban Railroad, paon Christmas day at her horn these deposits.Rough : tastes nice. There tsnt a
SHEEt:METAL WORKER according to information received by on Pennsylvania avenue The following bat caution calculation{ of ter remedy anywhere' for

MitR.t e fmt.* fV .. on proposition for several Mrs. Tomlinson;.Miss Eva Alien.. andJ. I the area examined indicate that the medicine
It's and
c.- a good easy to betj
NOVELTY WORKS weeks. It is. intended; to start the H. Hapgood.'Mr. distillation of shale :from beds' ver 8
r +PMOAli ..R KUSlMMtX. FLAt Journey over the right of way from Myron F. Barber of Montevideo, feet 'thick in Colorado alone will' yield Price 25c<<;; 60e and $1.00 'per .
House Bills i Specialty./ All littrfor FIiIsktttdl Sanford and arrive in' St. Cloud about Minn., arrived here Friday evening for more than 20,000,000,000 barrels of Sold by Oseeola Pharmacy,,
r' Jan. 10. Rt ,way have been the winter and is pleasantly located
W. B. Crawford' Lee J WutJot
Window m4 Door Fr'ana.' Sanford
\ /granted in and Orlando is at the Bonalr home on New York ave-_ ,
x' CRAWFORD A JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW mint Door Screen preparing to give the road a passage .

Thenes: Shop 216; Residence 237 through that city. There are but few nue.Mr.. and Mrs. Wing of Shawnee, ,
4 ', Darlingten Ave Near Freight Dep.l400040004440y004 stretches along the entire rout that Okla., have gone to their new quarterson '
b ''Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens have not been obtained for right ,of Seventeenth and Connecticut. .

BankBuilding way and it is predicted that actual Judge and Mrs. Peckham have returned THIS ANNOUNCESThat :
:Ilissimmen Florida jiave'not been obtained for the road. and are occupying their home

.. 4 OHIO MERCHANT ENJOYS construction work will start within the on the lake front.
s DR. W. W. CARSON RECALLS 4 next sixty days. Capt. Farris's Ions Elvin and Clarence 1
are visiting in Cloud for the
;." DENTlST. 0 COURTING DAYS. 0 The St. Cloud A. F. and A. M. Installed holidays. They are connected with we are Exclusive agents in Kissimmee

+ .,' Offic over Pilley Building 4 4 their ,,newly elected officers the University- Law School. of Chicago; ,

Offle Hour.: ir-II. 1-. 0 To Editor of Valley Gazette: Wednesday night./ The officers arc as lit ; ; ,1
Mrs. Charles Johnson and of wy
Office 'Phone 11 R..Ideac.'Phon.1)Gen follows:
4 Cincinnati, Ohio., Dec. 14. *
.A.41DIDI.terecJ for Kztraotlon Worshipful Master, Samuel Bram- Sanford are visiting Mr. Johnaon s .--FOR-- :
h' Tooth .. Dear Sir: Some unknown 4o parenst, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, -'* r''
,,. friend has for some time been mar.Senior Warden, John Daniels. on Eleventh street. *#

fit r I :-l GEO. F. PARKERXTTORNEYATLAW 0 sending the Valley Gazette to *> Junior,Wardent C. E. Carlson. The Famous Boy Preacher will visit! Edison PhonographsThe nJCertainteed
,ar.,,. Treasurer, M. Stewart.Senior our city on Sunday and will preach in ,
,j me, and I should like for .this Deacon, Lynn DaughertyJanior / the G. A. R. Hill in the afternoon
\- 4'f. Collection" and ConveyancesSpecialties generous person to knowthat his 0 'Deacon, P M. Vannatta and evening.Mr. ''

.r r-" J. effort is not wasted, for I read 4 Tyler, Jake Stevnson. and Mrs. Vernon Porter spent Creations of Music .;
Tuesday in our city. Mr. Porter formerly
number and enjoy it, and 4
'''''.. L. III t-t BroaawarO . every The New England Society met to managed the telephone exchanges '
"' .J - I wish to.tbank hlnvFor 4 .
.. enjoy an elaborate basket luncheon"on -S- ,
,f" ,.KRIBBS W.J. 8TBBIKRIBBS many yearsI have spent 4 Tuesday the 26th, at Masonic Hall. Miss Ruth 'Ba s spent Christmaswith ; -
"f .... ft STEED :.4 part of the winter in Miami,-but 4 During the meal they were entertained her grandparents in Kissimmee.Dr. They have just arrived, and we are making )
4 by an orchestra consisting of Miss E. G. Farris received a telegram '
4 have not had the pleasure of visiting dally demonstrations of their
:i),lt ATTOIOfEYS AT LAW Edith Harrod'pianist? ; Mr. Jones and of the death of J. N. Sharp a .r,. '.

,a';, ,Legal business. of all kind gives 0 your city; 4 Mr. Hendrix, violinists which was prominent attorney of Knoxville, SUPERIOR QUALITY '
< One of your Kissimmee merchants 4 greatly enjoyed. At 2 o'clock the Tenn. He was a property owner in t4l' .

:fr ,.; prompt attention. (Mr. Mose Katz) is an meeting was called to order by the St Cloud. ,
Offlo i 11 and II 8t.t. Bank Bldf.Kissimmee and Gordon who
Florida. old-time friend of'mlne. He and 4 vice president, Mr. Wentworth, with Floyd Northrop,
'i Invocation are attending Stetson University at
the audience singing
o. I have gone together on many o> was given by Mr. Richardson, DeLand, are spending the holidays at DRUG STORE ;If ,

Ii' 1 1t occasions to fay court to the 4 followed by music by the home.W .
,',. T. M. RIVERS. Me D. 0 girls in the good old town of *> reading of the records then follow S. Alyea went to Tampa on Monday KISSIMMEE, :;: :-: :-: FLORIDA
by Miss Jane Warner, treasurer's report last, returning on Tuesday.Mr. .
I keep "tab"
Ky. on ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON by Miss Epple, reading of resolutions and Mrs. Edd. Eley Mrs. P. D.
j-.: Office over Oseeola Pharmacy 0 the politics of Florida, and I. on the demise of President Marine and Mrs. Dr. Chumm spent -
4 wish to congratulate the people 4 Smith by Mr. Goodwin. Nomination Christmas day the guests of Mr; and
4 *,Ffeone Residence IIOfflo > of. that State on the election of 4 officers followed. President Mr. Mrs. W. I. Barber of Kissimmee
141. Wentworth; vice presidents. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Porter were ,.,,:
CO Sidney J. Catts, Park Trammell, 4 "
.. Adams and Mr. Goodwin; secretary, guests of honor at the Lake Shore
0 and some others. That Sturkie *> Mrs. Doughty; treasurer! Mrs. Good Hub Christmas night. The evening

..... J. A. TROVILLION M. D. crowd ought to go and hang 0 win; assistant treasurer, Miss Epple; was spent in dancing : +
Special Attention-to themselves. 4 press correspondent, Mr. Balcom. The Mr. Fred Phipps serving on the z t(
'CANCER GOITRE! TUMORS and 0 entertainment opened by playing of Connecticut is visiting his parents on '** '
THE Yours truly,
DISEASES OF SKIN. the orchestra, recitation by Mr. Maryland avenue and Eleventh
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, R. H. PUTMAN. Daugherty, mandolin solo by -Mrs. street. .
8to'11Ja.Jm.-' 4 Mr. and! Mrs James Grim Mr. and .
\ */ 0 Baker accompanied, by Edith Harrod,
\i . Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 4 Thank Mr. Putman. We 0 reading by_ MrsJ Kloss. music by Mr. Mrs. Bert Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Tun- ,

,? :i\tov8tp;. in/ _ ..;aepl 6mo pd you will try Kissimmee for 4 Hendrix, Mr Jones and i Mrs., Hendrix, nicliffe spent Chrletmae in the woods Roofing
; hope
you violins and piano; reading by Mr. El- where they shot s turkey.
4 a change "Variety\ Is the spice o zea. Next meeting will be held 'the John F. Daniels, contractor, is putting

> 4 of life"-also of "touristing. o second Tuesday in January at 2 p. m. an addition to Mr. Albertson's
0. EDITOR. Rev. Albert Dunlap elected as chap house on Maryland avenue and Eleventh 1
r'G street. Mr. Albertson is expecting -
4 O lain.Mrs. his son and, to Means
r Cooley and Mrs. Wentworth family spend some
G appointed for the entertainment committee -, time with him.'
446440040444404 for the next meeting. Remarksby Miss Jessie Morrison, a gu8t at thr 'I
4 4 Mr. Balcom and Mr. Richardson. new St. Cloud Hotel, spent Christina ,

0 HE LIKES VALLEY-GAZETTE 4 Miss Warner appointed chorister. Miss i in Kissimmee.J. .
Epple appointed; pianist. Vote of' H. Rijremn has returned from a" Guaranteed
thanks given to ,committee. Coffeewas.'made extended trip in, the mountains of "
4 'AND HAY FEVER. O North Carolina and Tennessee., -
HIGH GRADt CATALO&'JE by the Delicatessen -Company ,' : "
.,. : + and had appropriate name ofAngel' Mrs.' Lulu Atwood,and two children ;
', PRINTING ; .. '\ ';' '" and sister. Miss Almeda ,Arrowsmith . . k 4 ,..r > a' : ",:
1' " + Delight. There were about .'. ,,'v i : 1 lI
'...)f "'',_,, ','I one hundred present. ". >' are visiting their parents here 'for the < I,1 ,"-''. '''p'....'-''''.,.I. ". .' ", l .
t"1.". '''.''," -.<, "" .'. + '' ; : .
CARL W.HILL \ 4 To Editor of Valley Gazette: ,4 'On Thursday-morning"last, W. 'Si: and Miss Almeda principal of one of ; : ); : !

TAMPA FLORIDA 4,' I am sending you $1.60 'Re-'<0: Alyea, B .F. Balls. H. M. Wells and the schools in St. Petersburg, Fla. .
Mr. and Mrs. Darst have returned tr 5 10 and 15 Years
,, 4 new my subscription a year and 4 Mr. Barber took trip to the west St. Cloud from their home in .
"x, summer
:: coast by of Kissimmee, Orlando,
0 send me a receipt, please. way Eureka 111.Donald .
Winter Garden, Leesburg, Ocala, Dun-
4 I have taken for 4 Conn student of But It
you paper ellon, Inverness Crystal River and a Stetsor Actually Lasts
DeLand j'
,, e several years and like it fine. 4 Homosassa, and had hard roads all the University, is spending th ,
with his uncle .
holidays J.
RANTEDf 4 How is Osceola county's climate 4 way after they left Kissimmee. Whileat K.Conn. ...
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Barber anc' Much
Longer. :
-- A live Ford owner to act as our 0 for persons who have hay 4 the coast, enjoyed the oysters and daughter of Virginia, of Kissimmee : :
fish. While\ their trip they hundreds
I on saw -
Earn of vfever or catarrh? If you know spent Tuesday in our city.
representative. upwards of acres of natal hay in Lake
.Mr.: and Mrs. S. W. Porter Mr.
4 who have located in and
your Marion and Citrus counties and
any they
dollars week fj f ;y
fifty per during your Mrs. A. G. Durham and Mrs. L. M ;
0 county and got benefit, could you 0 ate building: hundreds of miles of
;? i spare, time. Write for particulars send me their addresses, please? < good roads of red clay. All returned Christmas motored tree. to Kissimmee to the
r well with their You Get Your Worth
pleased trip.H.
L' Don't Walt-r-Act First. 4 H. C. SHAWVER. M. Wells returned to St. Cloud I Mr. S. :J. Triplett will leave for Money's

s O. C. IIARRINGTON, 4 636 North Mulberry Street, Sunday after a visit to Crystal River Inverness soon where he has purchased .

Manufacturer 4 Ottawa, Kan. i I 4 and east coast points. a newspaper.. When You Buy It. .
i i 4 4 A musical will be given at the Meth.odist ,
a ; CARBURETORS-MORTOR church next, Saturday evening by GAME LAVES SHOULD BE LEFT
ACCESSORIES 4 The compliment is 'appreciat- 4 the Golden Rule Girls. This is an organization TO FEDERAL OFFICIALS.
341-5 North Crawford Ave. 4 ed. The Valley Gazette would be 4 of young ladies that has .

CHICAGO. 4 glad to receive information from 4 displayed remarkable talent and will There is a movement on foot in

4 h> fever or catarrh victims 4 prove a treat to churchgoers.Rev. portion of the to
any !y C. C. Wilbur of Syracuse, N. country pass THE PRICE IS RIGHT
,J' 0 who have been benefited by FlorIda 4 Y., will preach at the Methodist church laws prohibiting the feeding or baitingof

4 .climate. EDITOR. 4 next Sunday morning. There will also wild duck but it would be far better

0 0040004oooooaooa4 be a "Watch Night" service from 9 to for the duck shooters in this country

AUTO 12 Sunday night. if there were a law passed making it. '
.' ( LIVERYDAY W. S. Alyea leaves Thursday morning obligatory upon each one to do his pro Sold Iti Kissimmee By. "

< ..;. for Tampa on a business trip and portion of the feeding.The .
: 'OR NIGHT ADVERTISED LETTERS. will return here Friday.W. difference between good and ..
H. Kenney and wife entertained bad seasons for wild fowls in this '
; 11 Phone 242 List of letters advertised by the 'at their home on Massachusetts Avenue country depends much more upon the OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.

: Kissimmee postofflce for the two and Fifteenth street the following/ favorable or unfavorable conditions .
; Loaf ar Short Trips at Reatonable.Rates. weeks ending Jan. 8. 1917: pe..ons..t Christmas dinner: Mrs. afforded for feeding grounds and loaf

). .. S.ver-Puaeager Touring Mrs. Belle Barr )Mrs. Eugene Bar- Mary Wikoff of Rome, Ohio Mrs. ing grounds than on any change in Exclusively '
ton, John BoularrS Thersel Bronson, Hattie Selsemeyer of Wilmington, the numbers of birds from season to
''lh .Car At Tour Service. Mrs. Rebecca Cook, Addie Davidson, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. W II. Seaman, season. _
R ... Rev. B. Erridge, E. H. Famnee, Edd.! Atlantic City. N. J., and Fred B. Kenney We can state without fear of contradiction ' ..
.* <;J. D. GREEN Gallagher, Cornelius Goff, J. Hughes, and family, St. Cloud. The Northerners that Northern and Central! .
& Mrs. Mamie Jenkins J. H. Jones, Mrs. are enjoying our Florida win- Mexico in the winter season afford thegreatest . ..
THEOINN, EOSSIEL AVE. Momo.,Johnson, G. W. King Mrs. ter immensely. In' the evening all rendezvous for migratory ..... ,.... .. .. ..... . ........... .. ..... .... -
Gertrude Pooler, Mr. Reese, Barney went to the home of"Fred Kenney and ducks in the world today, and thr '," x
Reeder, W. O. Smith, Mrs Geo. Stephens family to the beautiful '"
.. see Christmas greater percentage of these birds passin 1'*
.. A. S.. Thompson, Mrs. Minnie tree they had prepared.S. flight-'Over some portion of the

1 '" *'E. .
., t J. LEWIS O"BRTAH' Charles grove to Mr. Bass. the fall. It would be well if all legislation ;

,t, .'-,- .' Swelling of the'flesh caused by Inflammation G. Lippincott has purchasedthe of this kind could be left in the : ... "',
0.1,,," stock of groceries of H. W. Inman hands*of the department! that has so VIA -
: : ;
ATTOME"r.A"t'-L.\W cold fractures of the ,
', and intends to handle full line ; ;
..'. ."....' :: a of capably handled the migratory bird 4
S' G Waring'Bnlldlnsvi bone, toothaches neuralgia "and rheumatism groceries and bakery goods. law, rather than to have localisms injected : + :

; > i sr can be relieved by applying Thomas Drake has opened a paint by committees whose horizon Atlantic Coast Line j i ;:\i
t .. '" a. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It and carpenter ,shop ..across .from the. on this .subject seems. to have much :
plant limited'CHICHESTER'S. '* '
should be well rubbed in over"the parts power Quite a crowd of our young people more : Standard. Railroad. of.the South .* _, /--t( .1.

affected. Its great healing and penetrating enjoyed a swim in the lake. on.Christ PILLS : '"
,ALAN J 'NLcDONOUGH. power eases the pain reduces mas day. '
**. .
,Dr, E.: G.\F rr1. Is
-t : planting 6,000 w
:i.... RCgIStCI: cI'.A 1'CIIIIt Ct ::! swelling and restores, naturalconditions. c : :lncirC :=
/ "+ head of cabbages his illi; : '
'T""" !! +' ..... .f' .&............ L'4.. ., Pric*' ZSc,.'oOc and 'j1.00'per. St.'Cloud.,;"- >I'on<. ( "plantationnear f ; rra.- w..w ."..wen.'".. O ,., .. Jo'oiD, South. of the Ohio and Potomac Rivers and.East of the.Mil, :1'; t ,,,.;:.

'r r'ltGl, j7i': '1INGINJmR"" botu...Sold .by Ose ?,Pharmaq. Mr. and Mrs.' W.; A.Drawdy spent. !, : ": ;. ,iiuiPp4F : '
r : Christmas at ... -' 7' 111
Kenansvilev : r.a'h'ii.1 ;
.4;. #BKOfUON JBLDO?; 1tlshl-MUD>!LAio.Tu r r: . .IJ1.N.. "IUN.. Nrre..a.r .. .
At'the rate'of.output ,the Dr. .L. j c:;:Riddle spent'.Christmas: sw f- ''4 e t '. ._
; J' : present "
t-ii i *..? tJobnat. . United States-reftn.I7'produetion! for day in Kissimme ... "L., ;,.-.'; '". >. r , $OlD If IlRUGGlSIS EVEmtMERf' : ., ,;:'l j' , .. '.. .. 'w, .,,.".
.. Mr. '
and Mrs. Will Ryan-have f
,'.- .'1".""..,'..: ec ;v" ,0;," "., Gasrer, 1916 .will for:::',th.,.first time xceed froma visit to.MrRyan's ,sister returned * Tomorrow Is your last chance to get : rcFets; Sold Etec.20th: to'25th,,with final"'Urnil 'of Jan. 10th.,
\ 2.000,000,000 pounds.,'fTh total; Is.estimated "'Mrs.: Mahonev at Sanford,'..Fla. the Valley Oaaette foe $1.60. a. ear. : ,,' M
;'\6'y T.A GARRITJ"' r 'at 2,)M, 75,000 pounds fJenver Bass of Kenansvill. spent . T Foform&tioa i i call on uiy'A\C: L:;TicketrAgent? or" \,' ..Jjf-
an .
:.iT W Tuesday buul" city'.;, : ;; : / ....,... "..1IfIc e..........u..r.e , .' ,- ; , ; .Jfy. / "' ti '
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., L 'Increase+of 49,375,000" pounds. :'ortr" Postmaster Johnson and'family entertained Dan...*Vj*NT Mtrt tte. .......;, : .' ':;: .' 'if", .t'l' .. .It. ':\. ."..,.v..,.. .i ., t' .,)) ; 'I.I'\.\

Olen .:111IUI': ; 181/oi> E7.ppcent. .:! ,,: 'J at:dinner on :!.addition to otbef properties,Ls->yvoe n '." ,,"; '. w ;<,'
.-.1 'Bu.4Iog .. .n.o.x." ,.,t" . T Mr. and Mrs. } aonNeal, 'e. ;, ,.. ',','ft, 'Vm."A"mI dF,'II..."" 1.phiDivwon' ,j'
..!"- ..,,,:...;...J... Oot Malaria,B Bda Up System and Mr. and Mrs S. Bramraarvrst ,. ;.....:... . .. ,'.I"f, .. :uI., ',. ,,;... . : ..) .
,- '. seas elandardar ai $ .afl>t.abfrU.. ;;'''IA.''L Paine.grand deacon'of>tW.? ecu cfiMOvely: and doe*But grips not j ',",.,. j" 12" .''to .,...!,).... '".. ..' -.a.:.."..._ ....... .7-O''; ". ..". ' "'..jO'O. ',
':;s.x Tosnc.dih.... grand lodge Fla.;'ID.Peeted\the: St distarb stocoacb.' At UM"' tisH.U aUs.. f" : a... 'ueeager. ,- ,t-l I : ,nb., ... ;4', w .
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... ............pdh.eld.q W_ Cloud Lodge,. ,F. and, A. H..Fddn. ;
wW.le. ruMaw.dsauena'LI'1) "':, ,. ''I''. night.I.... "" ',!: ,.;'P*. _""..,,.:. "..".-..Illvmf j/jt/*;-..
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,'.- \. .. AI," ., 'it ; ify" '* ,r 1 .. t : .f" .. . ', ."t..t-. SA, Most Ivkfl''Kiiw;As ,Milch'Aboiit;Merchandise CHRISTMAS NN'Ei' 'I( -HC: ::DtIJlfl.sUFfIRED.-. ;

: :. ''''-4't.;''''''\ -.$ ...1'J": :! .J 1 I:.....' J... i... .... :....: ;;J -.Nl l -I ' 'l' I. ''. .,a tJtlrJYttH1YYEARS- . .

i ( :"' ; ' 1 ,' : Ml4it Ist, +Chle i .: Do ', About: Astronomy .. ; At' REST 'CftTJAQEMr .

: N11Y ;//3 .Worth C iareriil Thoughtv : I I! ..1 '.1i' ..... _. . ,, ,
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'_ ..i .j. '-. ".* ',.*. ;pd' ; _. '*"> T.Tr .#. ..:R. .. Fyrater:;. vertht this, "',q"hej.; careful- of- what'" lie I'' ,and Mrs: B. M. Hall entertainedat .. ... ..." tQAINS''Jo

; .,. ,Do you read"the label to know whetherr.youf t lag,.Manger',Wanamakufs.i says.' ? '\' Christmas dinner at Rest Cottage, .. ... _.I. "" -. .
ut'the''men' who\do hot' advertisedo
..., <* _* ** their pretty home Mabbettostreet. UNDSJN' LESS''
j i. : ; Philadelphia.), . : on :
baking '"is triad fivmCt r8121v' ; ;, not have anything, to 10...- Thy; ; ;
. .:'. : powder < }Monday, where plates, were laid for *
t ; do not .have toe of what THANMSIXrWEEIS'
I. tri; thtt so careful the foliowfila-'lfIJelt.I' Mr. and Mrs. I ,
:: :- of. tartar or, on' tlie-other: hand-fioIrialum .This l. so 'it needs" no proofto they say., ,It: is merely a 'matter of G, E. Babcock Miss Claire Hathaway, .., .. ... .; 1 yIiad' -
bear i
,ouU, ., \ S fJt l'
e 'fY, ; ' personal integrity with them. There and Mr.'and Mrsy. C.A -
: Psyne. '
,, or.pbosphate? . ,"/ The average shoe baa? 62. different are many thousands of'fine merchantsand .A red and green color..scheme; .Userf..Enough: .Medicine l toV'.
: !
: >
!r.!a". I. .. .'!. .. ' : ,.. b arts,- any of which can be cheapened: honest: men who. do not advertise, used in'the artistically arranged dec, I I c Stock' Up"'Drug.;
f '" L to'lnake-1'"prleo ; and' hone'of which That is not the The is .
point. question
: ::: ,, ;::: ,Rorat ,fig, .Powder made'fro' >n. can be judged'.xeept'by: the; highest; how to find them and)bow to tell them orations.toots Ot Florida:In the moss central with My Store(

.f ;: cream"of tartar,.-derived .coin' grapes, and expert in anoemaking.-clothea'haa" i "L: from the-rest. When they'advertise, mas bells and holly, were.used Chrl.t-j ..
'9)) fI [ The. average ,suit o{ 157parts. they must) be honest if they: hope, to at el th-sr: side.appeared a tiny ) bind -
' ' t0 ,
( -
: ; adds 'to .t1ie'r oo''orily'wholeS: 1De" qua1t1eS.Other' .- '<.' win. : '. I Buffered for years, waa. I,
i inas tree. In the dining room,. ,
.. quantities
" doctor all oun--,
; H?* v- >>- v t- e- i- ) ? Br The average. ''of.'trou.en' asover This is the Value of advertieestnta.These of bells and holly were used and by over- ..
try any good unIll
60 : : but".otblnir"14 me
i ::1' baking powders contain', alum Or processes.The ';1. are averaee fabric even when it their names; The. are the men who '
.. streamers xetending from the of M.mphls..Tenn., a well ;!
a '', ; 1 phosphate bpth?of'*fnineral'%origirv; :.and"'" / .t/;/ absolutely *,all .wool through and guarantee.what: they BelL{; "' .t
,. through can be made in rnany'.differ, It has been nearly thrtfv-auarters ofa table., .An especially pleasing feature- ,tral. In telling; of his remarkable reloratlon *--
''used 'a s substitutes/ 'for-- cream. of tartar. ent'gradei.l.l. - century ago sins the first great of this room was the festoons of green' to health T**, air:.Andes hat
1 ; Your all-.nk'\ock. can-be made out merchant- "Alexander .T.' Stewart,, hung with small bells, ..xtendlng"&ero. restored my health and I am ao thankful -.' ;
because c of"their, :'cheaphess. 'f of pure, earth-grown' fibel'"'"without trusted his commercial'.ship -on the.dvertl.lng' .. ..the mantis,. just where* the 1 hardlyknow how to express my. *!
x. your khowin 'It; and one man is now ; sea; and ..singularlyenougrb mirror would reflect the colors. u, eIt. '
trying to'make them entirely out ofchip. ,. this I I| I suffered' terribly, with pain*to! mystomach
great l man was flying
I sacrifice 'healthful- -- . During Interval alLoted to the
Never qualltalld all
" and ached over. I had no
\. glue.. - flags of,I distress whei\\ ha advertised.H host for' earring,* the following ap.'
appetite and what little I eat did more i
ness for low price. ., Nowthe 'question it, if you are >) put out a little dod er through the propriate poem was .read by liana 'harm tban srood... I couldn't deep well
'f f starting out to buy something today streets of New YQI telling the pea who. had it in honorof .
Payne, composed land didn't know what It wn to **t a
i I. ... "Where shall;ypu go?" > pie frankly, that:.//he 'had bought too ,this pleasant occasion/, I.1[ real good ,nl..b\'. re.V: I Jiad'' severe,
; ROYAL; -BAING liOWDER''CO.: ' very simple!' IF YOU much and would.sell it cheap; ., and beadaeb. 'end was constipated the I 9
; DO NOT KNOW THE MERCHANDISE they came to' his 'store and saved his 1Vbt1..wingln"' In'the hammock time. I cot ao weak I could hardly
) f New: York YOU ;.MUST._.KNOW .THE commercial'. life : A-thlnklnrof On the porch the the Christmas: other day time'', pull myself around much lea*'*>-. ut'' :
. ". MERCHANT. The judge the Any man Is carelsss 'who doesn't Not,very far away on my run. The doctor told me I: had
.' goods Is to judge the man, and 'the turn to the advertising news for what. I,t.p.d t- wbn:; tupld *' catarrh of the stomach and bowel/.'
. .:" la be and it hod son Into an Incurable .ta.*.
3 best way to Judge' the man is through ever,he Is'going- buybecause the without a aoul to streetus' .>
" the advertising.The . best merchants are always the ones Je.t my ol' man, .an..m., .. > I guess' I look .enough medicine, to stock
drugstore, but It was like take ;
.' man who advertises is the man who advertise. They the who up a '
i are men
And T'thouft-ht of olhr'Chrlatmases.'' tag that much water; Jar It didn't belt
: who signs his name to what he ; stand back of what they do and '. s
say. Of many year asxv i I In the least and instead of 'getsting ;
' / ''' : How Etc"Al. lose Their Jobs' If he signs his name to a bogus name I They are the guaranty of good. faith when jla.nta, ..... connected'' .: . me better. I: was trettlns" wore all'thl ,
.Sunday May }
: : Billy In mind with ice and ,
IIJ he goes into jail; if he signs his in the business world, An' merry my alelgtt bell ringIM'An' snow,. time. 'r had Jut abonac riven up all,
. to bogus advertising, be goes 'Turn to their advertisement and crlap air filled with irleeJV,' hope of -etttlnir well and strong asala,
.i .: ..BY' KEY. CHARLES. STELZLE.. ... 'bankruptcy.! Every advertiser knows see what they are' offering you.; An'-I-knew would b. lonely. About that time t began to, heat\ k
, ,. , ., ., - ''':.1j''OI'JIIJ'.of..m''lIanftt; : !... -;,1,!::._ .. .' .bouLAnde a'DeI141 wonderful result.

: rIt. may seem''' say directing them into various kinds of MONTHLY IIONOR-ROLL:! I .J' Eighth Grade B.' ; 'or. do"To t: managed make myielf,'with' quite' my ;mu.ln't...... ., '' I It thought was a-lvlns there to might those b who* a had chance Used thai 1tr'., .,' .

s. ''that some day Billy Sunday and the practical- work. This is always difficult . Alma. Cooper, Trials Bass, Irene Instead. like Pollyanna,, It, would heln me. I'bousht ;* bottH I R
''evangelists who follow his methods in an ordinary evangelistic : Milton, Francs Kritx, Lucile Whtd-! Of trjrln'i to b. glad. and begin taking It. Jt helped m* from
f' :. will be put out of business-and this campaign because the work of the OF KISSIMMEE 'SCHOOLS I felt quite sorrfor myself fhe.'very first'dose. The first thing I. 6knewI.wlas
f" intention of church becomes so congested that few den,Irene. Pittman, Mary ,Spier,'Dorothy Am you can plainly .e.; bun..IT.and I began tpal .
.. / isn't"said with any being t knew Jest what that day would'mean .. I IIhln.
I handle it .. ....., .--.-- w a'rhe .. Roberts, Leah Her benr. ...'' I, had not touched -tot: ;, 1
:.. ,disrespectful the : be. men can successfully To my oL'.man am.' > that.
.' .
; of a evangeOStheok..rejI' Furthermore, when the average big following, pupils of the,KUsimi 'Grade : ,. : .' __.,,_ ". tnonth.and everythingagreed"wltat..... .1 1'':'
, cause Eighth A. ; satlln< down averts.Willi .
f:. not doing much good.i .- evangelistic campaign closes there Is a mee publicschools )hare not..been.*.absent . Dorothy. Denning, Eleai: Dunne,, Then- swift. and charmln'trace.the I m Hew. perfectly.yet, '' mprnlngrs My Bleep' sot feeling better. ,nna and. h
." '...The evangelists will meet'their fate slump in the feelings of :many ofv the >or There cam* a lieauteoua lady, up
y" becaust'another and what is undoubtedly "converts"-tho had become accustomed or tardy during th. month ended) Gladys Howell Corlean :Bryan,- Mabel She With couldn't'the love-light on her .foci In. f.ct..1 am In fine pounds chaps In every less'way th.t..w..k..lldm.frt..d..n..y '
stay a minute; 1 have gained 10
: J', \'" a better-method'Will be. found- to the'"sawdust trail" and who are. Dec. 8th, 1916;; have' made an ''average Ploetz Nellie,.Bowen,. William Schil- Bhe was busy, a* could be;*, tt U'
for the churches.and hotter for disappointed when they walk down or.din.ry i taut ahe left an Invitation -
der Donald Add Gilbert. wonderful what Andes has done,for me'
'. of ninety cent "more In theft McKay, my ol' man an', metTwai
. the people who will be won tothe church aisle without accompaniment per or For Swish ,every sick man and woma

''. 1+ churches.. : _"" i of the singing of the biff studies,,with not less 'than, eightyfivein r fa be a Christmas, dinner, lnthe' ' could know.' ju.t. ? bow. 'a t
; ,.. A*Billy Sunday campaign In a town chorus. The regular preacher can t HIGH SCHOOL. But nothln' very &r.mS-, food this Andes medicine Is.: "
4" like Kansas City will cost about $40- get away with the stunts of the evan arty subject and not less than nine. Ninth Grade. Jest,An':whatever easiest to cam hand.the quickest ..Andes I I.'sold In Tampaat: Cotter*'
besides what the evangelist gelist-IF HE TRIED IT UE'DLOSE ? Court Square and The Economical droi' ,:ttore.
000. get.- But, tho'th feast was almple
byfivein deportment. Percie Oliver Winkle .Gardner
... .... ./ and call be-obtained la Tfbui.''
" something like $30,000, more, and the IllS JOB! And plain a* plain" Vould be ', ) '
1. members added to the church as a re- There is atill another*consideration. First, Grade .Tenth Grade. . I knew 'twould taste like. ..turkey- > ,City at.the Franco..prusr Co.;
To my or intl' me. ,< T ,
'. : rw',ult of the campaign will .number.perhaps The thousands enrolled by the evftnpslist Josephine Griffin Erma White, Stratton Story, Sarah Clark Kath- ; This 'wonderl l :medicine- J
t .- 8t had for the mo.t'part receivedthe ' 80''t found that -sunny'Florida. endorsed by H.'C.:, DuclieJ'r. Memphis,, \,
I -.t. But In )Dn0d0.anspolls about the size training of Christian mothers and Eugenia Oliver, Virginia Harris; erlne Jackson. I Could celebrate automobiles the d. ''"-*. Tenn, is now on .Imm.. by':

of Kansas City) the ministers decided faithful ministers which had its effect Thelma Davis,' -Evelyn :Welsh, Ruth Eleventh 'Grade. Tho'Instead w* go or with with a sleigh, ', ,, . Comer Drug ,"Star" .,' the. 'exclusive' a"

k. ', they would not have an outside evangelist when the evangelist brought the ".In. Joiner, Ella /Juirk, Jennie Schilder; Charlie 'RegeroGuesie'Wlnh,. Ger. An' thescene 'was changed oompl.telrl1"r agents.' 3
';, Y preferring to conduct their own ner" to his AtL.BELONG.ensel. THE CREDITDOESN'T Bertha' Parker Cornelia Herrlngton, trude McKay .Ruth Howell.;. Robert I ";''t.n: happy a a Jolly* could Christmas b* < "

,' .',,, meeting's, being organized through alive TO THE For my dear'ol' man an* me., ,
; ,. t.
; Rena B.nJjArdella tanganecker, S- ie .
church fed.ration-th. whole EVANGELIST! Giesy,. Bryan ChristiheIvey.. RESIDENCE :FOR, ,SALE "
l' thing run by "home folk." Also the- local people helped theev.ngeh.t Stanley. Chapman Gettis TyIrCharJ.e.Ty.on. Twelfth Grade.. An' ,Then the guests assembled
ralr..n' .'
J. that mornln' residence SIC Church street
churches. received by working ntfrd for months A"w 'r tale ,, My ,
.The first year the :; Nonft Graham, ;A1-- It. D gathered ''round the r .
Elsie Lois
Geiger Diets
before he It 'Ef' ht rooma.. .AU aodeni ,ls ,
e' 8,600 members, the second 7,000 members came was a lovely>> stg-ht. *
the third 8,000 members, and Healthy permanent reform measure pheus Gilbert 'George Minx" Leroy Johnson, Manic Witherspoon.SUPERRECKLESSNESS', .. Everythingthat It was splendid you as could Jhl..k'bel .. ir t provesaenU. .Double; .- ,,garage.;; 5. *,

this year they.are making a drive for were worked out Indianapolis Cayson,.Harry:-Lee Swaln.i'Second An'. that hen sure looked like.lurke. ,.' Terms if desired., t*?
10,000 members! And the church fed.J by those.churches.t. ministers;, Grad.Tl.*, J";3'F I To my, an* m.< t W.'ULLY.i '
'' .
.w r eration coat them'only $5,000 for the the course of their regular work, ,gotbigger },; '' .** 3. Bo' 'lauehed afokJA'an'" 49tiJAMES
we cbatt.rdlvery
orenee ;
- ,whole yearlThere I. and better results than an Ashton,' VtrginlBowen, "-",: one wa feelln tine;. '
< -
': ," was another advantage In theIndianapolis evangelist could geL;! And theplan Hazel Nicks, Bettie May Snyder El- I.A* for nts. I was ao bappThat t7m. i RENT
successful Lusted .' .OR
members .has been worked in I out In 1=
pl.ra---the new
/ Viola Bell
...... ale Schilder, Sallie Story OF AUTOMOBILISTS So. mar ble*.ln'* fall upon you
\ cam-in normallyand gradually,<,othercities.. InCleveland,( for.exam- John Minx May you always happy be, "" Rooms ';;durnt..ct'and" furn becf.. "
Yd well LesterDaniel :: t
j jHH.H ..
t could themCompletion : 'T':1\ : .: Jest aa .* .'.. mad _,, "
the churches take of ;) .70.
car .
/rob: \ j' ,,4_ .,.. uI r . ">.' Bear of' _' Houses unfnrpisbed.and.furnished.. :,
deor -
.t sue r. ... t e . :" :..._:..__::.: ... Rufus SuhU ,. ; Lee 'Singletary, ..JIoU1,my man me.HOTICBV .
ar7' "w (Published By. ) ... \ I Also city properties." farms, cltms.trucking ., ;
Alvin Bequest.
4- ? s. w.- w 'xMawM', RalphWitsv McCrante..w*. ., Ld and gracing lands lor UM.
Of IronlBridge"Between Second : 1 No railroad company has don moreI ;; Y ;' { )
: : Gnd.\: :
2.'f -
1 ; Ethel. Nellie to '.lImJn e'the:grade-crossing'. < NoTl 1D t.r hereby arlven'that each of THf, ELITt: [AL1YPAKOt:
Muriel Davis,. Flint. / d-j the stockholders of Th. Tucker Brick.CompaDJI' I.

.y-. ..... .- -. Fort. Basscnger Antf I Pearcei OWP" Gilbert:, Marian'Graves: Jewel. Miller, ,I dent than tho' Long-Island.: :It' h tockholder are required.*' meeting.1 at attend aald annual .1 ')lR.ISUIIHBBS.1.M.\, '\.....

I i.: : --t f L- ir'1 -71 .. Temple ,Minx, 1IarIaa"Patrlck. Rode spent: many.' -tkonunda -of;.dollars: to o'clock, at the m.,offlo on the of third the company Thursday, at In 1' tOT Baa* St.: cor.'Brack.1 M. KlaalsssaerTwo >. ,

1 .. Simpson JI'10rtDda"Wita.1' Mary Yates, warn the drivers ;of automobl.against .. January.p. In Kleelmmee' ria. forth Mock worth Cariatlaa csmrch., II

v ,(Frat ,.Our Special ..CorreapoadeatO. .. J I I neighbor Our people as thyself.will enjoy'. a community t" Cecil Allman,.Cecil Canovs, Joe. Den) .taking chances when a little the* fran.Uo"Il'f election of such ef other ft.....In..1; , . .... , ,, .

:: PEARCE TOWN"AND FORT B.A.SEEGNER -j Christmas tree on Tiursday afternoon, sing S. E.:,Gardner' Earl Henry" ,',._ fl.Third caution means safety. 'Yet 'in;spite aa By may order com of,before/, WADE the meeting.TUCKKR.Attect . " ..' . .-.. ," j

Fla. pee.. 20 -L. W Hart I Dec. 21* in ou 'schoolhoas.. Everybody ' Grade'B. of everything It seems almost impossible : .President I IW I WANTEDAT <.

e bridge constructor-completed the' Iron heartily'baa"welcomed.been invited' ''andwill" ;; ,be.. Athalla,',Griffin .Eosella Cooper, to save the reckless automobilistfrom .. i.J C: LIE.WADe!: : TUCKER.8eor.tary !: ... .1 :.

bridge,and turned it over to its owner, Santa Claus has come around early Catherine Denning, Doris Davis, Dor- his own folly. : .Pro Tern. I-It \niGUGST; PRICES '

i .6id ,arts.' He then left for Bartow, and hat-left a nice baby boy at the ate '-White Basel Bass,. Ellen Cole;; Four time* this month automobiles ins unilaai. J

? ." going by river to Kissimmee on a home of'. John Carter. Mother and man. Ruby.: Driggers,. Bertha Wits have disregarded the danger signals LI '
barge which ba used In his work here. Franklin EIGBT.HOORDAY FORCERTMMEED Hides'Skunk'
J. baby are doing nieelyo. avenue, Gardin City and Coon
Tin Schilder.;' Alma Johnson Feed ,,,
t Moss Lanier drew the barge with his Dan Cupid has -been a busy fellowthis run through and broken the
off crossIng
- h launch. After Mr. Hurt's departure, season, and we are expecting several Gilbert:, Nicholas Biesener,. Oren WORKERS Hides, Fox' Hides,,,
'Opossum >
,'1. Champion Bridge Company, Wilmington sides of the river. Names of the fortunate tracks in safety. One of the occupants 1 +

.', Ohio, came to examine the bridge, participants will follow next Third. Grade A. of the fourth automobile was TRe eight-hour day, without' any HidesDea't .

;.e. .",1.: jwhich'\ he found in excellent condition week. Neva Lee Harris, Dorothy Bullock killed and the other two'seriously in. reduction in any '. wages for Wit SkowiMlFar
and he commented upon the fine workmanship Mr. and Mrs. Mark Collins left last Carroll Makinson, Julia Ledbetter jured. a day's work, is to be put into effect SeD aat t. ,

shown. One thing the nameplate week for Jacksonvillewhere they Minnie Hudson, Irene Ingram, Madeline Jan. 1 next, throughout: every department W.B. MAKINSON CO. > pCity7Market
is lacking, but Mt. Quinn'assured will spend Christmas with her parents. tsolineReaves. An automobilist who will do a thing of the General Roofing Manufacturing ....
Mr. Pearce that it would be sent immediately Mrs. Marion Collins, who has been Fox; Thesaa Bronson of this kind has n oright to drive a Company,' manufacturersof s

from Wilmington. quite sivk is now up and about and Annie Story j Eula Bowen car. Not only should he be deprivedof Certain-teed Roofing. Y

Henry and Isbon Hollingsworth will spend Christmas in Zolfo with Margaret Waring Jane May GenevaMill.r his license, but he should be' punished This announcement front George M. .
; were guests jt>t their .r.ter-Mre. Sid brothers of husband.
McClure Wayne Walling Brown, president, was mad following
Lupfer to the limit of the law. The
!C-; Pearce, for several dfcyi. They came Mrs. SidM>earce aDd children will public the November meeting of the board r
I -. here from Brownsville. Isbon Hollingsworth leave FrldBr for r two weeks' stay in Vivian .Estalle Floyd Margaret is quick to denounce th.' railroad directors eof

"Jew,, has just arrived from Denver Brownsvinv with'her parents.J. Daniu.Fotifta.. that takes no protective' measuresat This Is not a sudden change 1 ir"!"-om- '

Colo-i' to spend Christmas with I.. Groom leaves Friday to spend .Grade B. grade crossings*-New York Glob, pany policy, according to Mr. Eown. :
.. his 'in
Brownsville. Thesegentlemen -
;; parents, Christmas .with his brothers and sic- .
On the i
Nov. 28.Heartburn. : merely carrying
their Tracy CanovA; Banner King, Harold eontrarytLa
W' apnse.d surprise ten In Wauchola. to policy adopted 'in
r, and delight improvement; In Mo. 'Lanier and family: expect to Wilson, Mary Ells. Stroup,. Elsie Is symptom of Iadi,... theory several years ago and which

./, '. also admired our go to Berea soon to visit Mr. Lace?. Walsh .Eunice,,Rivers, Eleanor Over- tion. Tak a dose of HERBINE has been put into effect in various departments Fresh Roridaand
y. new, schoolhouse and our. new parents.- Margaret Coaens Arthur Flint, as rapidly as conditionsJostined.
street such Tb.lpain In-
. Iron bridge. Sunday afternoon 'they We had a little frost bat H did no cases. disappears ,
t':"i'>.: visited our Sunday school!, which-was damage., After the cold spell we bad Katie-DlrtselL.ltle HolUclaw.- stantly.; The bowels. opera to'speedily Mr.. Brown said farther that 'this Mcais ,S

;,': well attended and Mr' Isbon gave us a a' fine rain. Featly Grade A.. and yea fool fine v....... and cheerfoL action was taken despite the fact that Western ;

J.\::-' .splendid.. .talk i ,"Never la which, put he off urged anti u tomorrow to- crossing- Many the Ytaimmee'Mrsand n usual; are"a ,,Arthur BuUock. Edna' CaJllOlloee.rP'.7 Price We. Sold by Oseoola PharTh the shift. custom and.'Udrt4 of' worfanr."shifts eJovn-hoar : 3
a-ao r kinds.K "
ID" the rsiolln 'airbankWillie Gilbert, pew of all
good'we can do-today. *' tank will installed aear IIIIICJ' I vailed aJmoet'oaiveraaUrasaocir felt, ; 'I.
";- Also, to follow the-"golden' rule" ;(in the bridge aeeonmodata tile trav- Delesy; Lybraaa. ,. Eeiakah: Kffler.K I and mills and roofing factori .... .,
I a ? .our.vrydy: Ufa. together with.that *...,..... arc orating this place Vary' t1aettne7 Moely. .KimbnMgh ,OOCaH longest river fas. Japan .ls th*. and paper his oompany's *cM ., wages*'*. ... ,J
t great commandment,, ,")fw.e, thy .Uvely. .. ........ Tope;Ns iBKfa cowe bata.* ><01 ailslong :'
"' .. .. __---=-.T!.::.::.. :'. :'::tt.1'1 .' ye1., talphtscbudjlr.N r.. --'". ' " .. '"' I higher than "$h* avragAt Phone: ..yourders ..
..... ' ( :
anditlika5'k .
.THICK, GLOSST HAIR : --- ; 1-Aoa; ,4"c 1"CgsSOS igta; -XKi. WJ1o a; .. t? XMOttjeraiiilJaSBSsasntof ):. ,
n.Ip ,. ... .
'. 'll < ". .. + and "
, I k -;**' ;FREB FROM"DANDRUFF ?ENGUsll'BUUs 4Vtk Create .J Ytsitiag card printed by the VaLley the oigfaVhoar day was made,aa tae w1'. . /k7 liaK I .,., theywil ".-

'" _' .. . Clam JohaaonV FnueU Seymoor, Caxetta Department - vitat1011i was glom to1 the plant ... ,', .
.. -. .
.; Girl*!,TryTitf Hair G.ta'a.rtdy .." ....... ployes-U-.offer- etlona ,_'.... ..;: be !promptly I 1.

; .as4 kaUfabj *t a.X5 ceeU(11 J SonM-weaks ago. .tW V.IIWsItt* Willis.. .Lang' .La* Caoov' ..Nettle. Taylor. Aa, Ohio town pea e4. an erdtnanaf.rbIddhegp.Bae.l'4leesr..a. '1I..rLt. fa "' fhU _'1'". >' .r __.,;;.-rf ;,.,...,: ,u ,
: printed some queer aaiwrs give by: < ;. inside unitary ooadittoos, ,'too, I* at..... lItIIy: I:,. ..
i .
? -b.ttis: .
\ .,'Daaderiaa. nni clyatrryiaenat already adoptdpl ,
80m. New York school chUdraa"ia'r :; .tit. ; ; :J- ., '
Ci: t 't'If'yeu'ar. for, heavy: hair that > lassies JiMMt .Crave ate eerpente; limits by'ita. d.... ; icy, for shower baths and other fadll. ..... 1 1"1'"'; .
,glisten with beauty and ta.-radiant ply te.qQtIoa. 'prtpounded.brthlrteachers Wgini* ,. *, tios have f4 r.... Urn ism a feature :"A '- t" "
,. with life; incomparable soft- .' ,7b..,folotrJrtg:' are; culled VirtfnU-Lealey" ;:;Kathariae MWar, SOUR, ACID STOMACHS.1GASES bran .,'thi campaay'sj ..... The Dt!!'''''' 1'' '

", :'ness'and Is fluffy. and lustrous, "try from answera made by-English!: school Cisafieth tHoealer. 'Maria Ograi. OR. p DIGESTI021 company: *prsts .(qMarseilles m East 8t -"' '''''.'",. ;..J.d'''''' i:
Danderine. Loots, (HL), (U.), YorkPa. , 'J>'
pupils Mdr..Elverp. Ma* N'hmd; Lnpf "I
Just one vpllcatlon doubles thePe&uty'of ., ( .>,; and Richmond d and'' has ... L .."."
:/ Each IN fsr algosUft ; ;, "
Tape* ** .
the of R, D, Tbemas.Sixth ;< .
your hair besides It immediately Among gems history: au'fterI.on' er, ..o* grains faV.adlag all ,wareho m i in..twenty-nine other eitiee. t pio"; ""t .

Es dissolves,, every,Vparticle; of1'e' examination. papers.' are th follow.. : Gra4a'&>\<'' 'A stssaaea., misery. : ta iv. -
;dandrnlr.- You" can", not ban; alee ::Blanche Mueller 'Gladys CalkJns, sslaatea.Time .' .
k 'heavy, healthy hair if.yon have dand in"Tb.., courage of 'the Tories I. ex Vivian Ralph S Led. .'--. t.. ... ...... .... .........11....:. ff It. .. .It.. .... II .
ruff. This-destructhe scurf rob the plumed by-the fact./that a man with .Ford, CooperF. Itt! In five minntas ..n stomach '
\. $ hair of Its lustre-its strength and its more than ono wife: is more willing to better, HoUis' Link Grace] Lester. distress .will. ..., No indigestion, :

"; very,111*, and if not,overcome it pro-. face desJhthan if lie-had only one.-" , ,,'" .'''.,, heartburn, sourness r or ; belching- \this IS /JWT tetY Birjt&aYwa
'dueas a fn.rbhDaa.ancI itching of I :r:: "JuliusCaesarWM murdered the. $, Johnnie \ InVred'Danning\ gas, .acid or Irritation undigested ; !
.I. ;the scalp; the hair roots famish loos ,moving picture bouse.'*;: = ,i ?. ', .Bronsoo. food; ''rut diuiness. -; bloating foul. (
'ikJ.d en''', and ,die;, .ben.the hair falls out .,.When! the last French attack: at' EUtherine McKay- ;Naomi Starling, breath or headache . '" +'have opened an office in Ki..l.une.. r.-a'I;' Dakia: : Avema. #
t fast .{toralyVget a'. 0ent.bottle. of Waterloo .taUure Mrgar ,Is noted for Its .
< ; proved. ::Napoleon''Waring; Pape's Diapensin i business.
," _* ,.Knewl ton's Danderine.from wnr* w* will do, a general real. estate ?
turned fall iloi.a.
any drugstore vary pal and rod at gallop MntoajGrhm'Arthiir: ;$bil Jor.phBaes. speed in '
r.u:: .. Vi and Just try,it.' to 8t-HeUna.w; ; . .; D.-- U is the : .. stomach: Vhave facade-,for,handling large''br' ; :small 'acre*('. ' .
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FACE 4',_ THE 'KISSIMHEE: ) (',VALLET' GAZETTE. FRIDAY,.DECEMBER ill/""lflf,:...... 'y ,

'TTCKISSJUWgVAUEYlMTTEim, AT THE- EDGE,OF ANTh D i VITAL-SENSE TOPIC'|of will the provide community's that they dtizens.'The'ta' who would b*:: ' , , ., .'.' 1.'JlI.'III.'Jlj.IIII''iI' ' ' hr :1'

...u.... Every .......,.. Jacksonville fraternal '"Record"GENIUS doctor, teachers nurse. Jailers attendant i'SBK
i.. ..._t. ......... '
0.. "".e" in asylums and orphanages Lm '
Kl.r..wla. says "many a man,,v 1th genius hasn'tseas. THI ; lE PLUMS
enough to use it.". *t&, must possess certain degrees ofbraln'deyelopm.nt ,

"Wf' .m. KAURIS ;;:.HL...G., VANS AONHWOn Which the Tatnpi Breeze contradicts in certain respects.if '
they rater these professions and occupations. ;
............ ......' I ; and it further. asserts that .' '' '...'wHarmtffi Place; "f gSI -
CoPS'. On. Toar ?_..-._- 1},f{ 'genius' is the very, ),highest type. ,of .
LeeTar. More than'a few financial and commercial ''Wlth'buubl'4l fake .view close to ,
0 Copr. SlK! Month ?*--::, sense," ,. 'Twenty-su acres. one mil 'and a quarter f ran Kissiume, ; -
opy. .. Month ------ institutions in our U. 8. ( half
,Excuse Cn hmocfnt bystander forbutting on pretty, large Lake Tohope\ lic.. where splendid fishing and boating can be enjoyed About this i

'Ail communication*. (ept from .oar into" this high-brow discussion, of them of magnitude) already have tract excellent truck and farming ,land; 10 acres extra good muck land with two flowing wells; land ;

. 'a.1''r4 horl..d& tll.o.rrr.adenta Wrr'wm ., .must feer.l.rn.4 friend,Breeze; but the topic is erupting ; adopted this method in selecting em-";,_>-> e, will grow all kinds of crops common to the country half the land lies higher and is good' citrus .fruit ii,

Dot b.sml ploye for responsible mechanical. ,.. land 4-room house house furnished, good large work mare, double arrjage. good wagon two ,-
..e called .for. because of('ta interest and importance ; porch !
w in'both mental and material relations. clerical positions. . 1 ._ sets harness, good plows harrow and farm tools, a lot of nice chickens,.land all ready'for.businessallgoes ,. "I 1
KlMlmsue "v
at 1
; (.Entered, .Flordl In, as the.Potoffle._a. elaee matter.) Brain capacity and brain use t for $3.250, on favorable terms of payment Owned by Ohio people whO.WlII..c ce. Better .

will be discussed more and more widely BRITISH APPLY A "sHIBBOLETH"TO "' get busy' and buy a good combination farm splendid for dairy or,poultry farm as well as trucking f' "'
DECEMBER 29, HM. GERMANS. and fruit
in human affair In the near future .
Following aro verses 6 and flrof

After today Max P. Moritz, who Utterly scholastic r especially education.The in relation. to manual and chapter 12 of the Biblical Book,.ofJudges ii 10 Acre, Smith Suburban Farm Ii: "
hu been connected with the Tampa
Daily Tribune, will be editor and uniform correctness tof(( the : l This place lies inside city limits on a well-traveled county road fenced and mostly in'c.p; : .' 1
other matters And the Gileadites took the passage is old church and retire. Fair house stables good well and good ,
advertising manager of the Klsglmjne Breete's comments on of Jordan before the Ephraiim owner settinso and w'll move close to B //

' ,, Valley Gazette. it is Vr4e, makes us reluctant to apply ites; and it was so that when these M land. Price $1.250. on favorable terms. Here is a good place for a fine little home. ,
v \ for writ of error against Its inter- which escaped said
-+- a Ephraimite were P Htiecrest Home S
WELL DONE. pretation of this phase of the scienceof "Let me go over" that the men of .

'much beneilclal the human mind; but we feel Im- Gilead said "unto hIm, "Art thou'an. This delightful little home is a beauty an ideal location, a healthful place to live and will suit JS r ,
B. E. Evans hat done Ephraimite!
;" pelled to enter the gate opened on If he said !'Nay,--then- said they you: has a nursery of spin ,Jess cactus and it is considered a very heavy-paying proposition and jjt
; "work In Osceola county a. rep- what should be a very live topic. unto him "Say now 'chibboleth': and shows for itself what is being done. There are five acres of land adjoining 8 large lots fronting on -

.;jresmtatlv* of the United States De- The human brain comprises forty- he said 'sibboleth,'. for he could not Rolfe' Street Owner made at the rate of $260 per acre on one lot planted to potatoes in less than 100 .

', ,," 'partm.nt of Agriculture, but that three divisions, through which forty- frame to pronounce it right. Then days from planting. The land is rich and productive the location is especially good surroundings .
'' took anti slew him at the .
'which he will have done In establishing they him Jsst i.
i (fit three corresponding elements. of the passages of the Jordan; and there pleasant; house new and nice clean and neat; well furni&hed'with new furniture; also have a fine lot

and supervising a "pig club"'amon& human mind (soul) work or express fell at that time of the JEpraimites!: of high-bred White Legho n Chickens that cost $2.50 each. Plenty of tools to work with; nice '

; the farmer boys of this county themselves.The forty and two tho J8 nd.,,; J house, big chickenhouse; and in fact an excellent home--all goes for $3,000. Best of reason for sellM._

.of Sri Itself County alone Commissioners Justifies in the retaining Board word ""sensible" as commonly So are th British dealing with persons _. ing. Come get this bargain and you can make money. (' fetf '

an agricultural adviser in Osceola. used, applies to only two of the forty- suspected of being German spies. 5-Acre Farm '
' ,The wholesale introduction of thoroughbred three mind elements-that which The government of Great Britain has N Bryan ii. .

swine into this county will analyzes and compares and that prescribed a test to determine whether This splendid little firm lies inside city limits has 4 acres cleared one acre timber for pasture

; quickly establish an Industry that will which reasons from cause to effect. a suspected person is really an Englishman _. other land fenced into 4 fields; good well-built 6-room house large porch in front and along one flsL "

y- "be"kV7inoney producer ardle.. of Each of the remaining forty-one-: or, instead an Engliah*a side pretty vines in front good storage room near back door; goor chcikenhouse.. stables sheds and _

;rains frosts drouths, and winds. It ments is a ..n.e. of course, but It speaking German and supposedly a 'a well-improved little farm; good deep well of pure soft water. Very cheap at $1.500less than you .

will ,be. a "diversified crop" that will needs the guidance of the two "sensi ,I I. can put the improvements there for. Better HURRY. r j-

I' be,a "staple crop." It will put our 1 ble" senses for Its proper use or con- spy.The prisoner is required to pro, Stock Farm B

'farmers on a'firmer #financial basis. duct. nounce "squirrel." If his pronunciation ii.

J .Enough said. . A man, m.y'be a profound scholar is correct, he goes free. Other, '_ acres land fenc 'd. good buildings 65 head of. good cattle, 125 hogs fine"".span of mules -M.

r, Our'banker are to be commended and yet lack enough sense to be a wise his fate is prison or perhaps good team of horses, some colts; 130 acres in cult vation and divided: into 10 fields. Must be sold $6.2S 'tasf

"1 'for the hearty support they accord the capable school teacher. He may lack death. I per acre spot cash all sto k and farm implementilncluded.\ Great fortune can be made in stock. _

'project. Their action Is a testimonial tact, secretiveness, firmness, and International philologists claim thatno I. Better grab this now while getting is good Stock can be grown cheaper in Florida than any place Mtf

to both their Judgment and the assuredly self-control, which are essential in a German properly can pronounce else in the United States; no feed required except natural grasses from the pasture. Owner of this .

grea tbeneflt that is to be successful educator of children; or he 'squirrel.' I _. property is a turpentine mtn' and wants to sell to buy a big proposition that he thinks will make him. '

produced.Well done-by the County Commissioners may lack the knack of expressing! or -0 I IK of money but if it sho 'Id sell before he can gt!(it. then you can not touch this deal by many thou' j =r ,

by Mr. Evans, and by the imparting his learning to others- another THAT SUPERFLUOUS,"!." sand dollars, for it is very cheap and won't last long. pss>j

banker essential.He State Chemist Rose will please ad- .. No line of industry so safe and profitable as cattle growing in Florida. No severe storms to conssat ,

may LACK: a "g-enius" sense, vise his stenographer that Sumter is = tend with no long feeding season, climate conditions ideal and delightful. *_. I

"' NEWSPAPERS ARE TOO CHEAP. but have all sorts of practical sense. not holy spelled horror with of p.Floridians The Herald misspelling hasa .. City Property and Farm Lands for Merchandise .

in few other He may POSSESS a "genius" sense Florida names. That's why a We have Northern client; who here for merchandise ...
Nowhere in Florida and a owns property to exchange ; wants a general
but be impractical or even foolish in short time ago it made an ado about .
places in the United States could a store or hardware Jj "
I Jall other Or he may possess the spelling of Suwannend it was
4 tablet of blank paper comprising the combination senses. of "sense" between) sustained in its contention for a A 2-story 8-room ho:
l' quality and twice the quantity of the Zany double n.-Punta Gorda Herald. $2300; also 280 acres we'1' ,located close to school'church and town on good county road and telephone _

T, paper used in a copy of the Valley Ga- these two extremes.A abnormaldevelopm.nt Reminds us of two Bradford coun- _. line; some grove and house and store building! ; price $50 per acre. Owner wants merchandise Mtf

f xette be bought for less than 5 cents I man may of possess Constructiveness an! (Inventive ty lawyer who were opponent in a and will give ala., and sq are deal. The house is near Courthouse Square in Kissimmee. and the .

; :at retaileven before'paper prices recently and helpful degree criminal case twentyodd year ago. farm in same county 8 miles from Kissimmee.. but close to good town and we will give definite infH '
v were increased. Iof I its several sense co-related senses and be I jThe"heinous prisoner's offense.indictment" alleged a a formation to interested pa ties. House incumbered $500; farm incumbered 3000. j jI .=<

'; Each'copy of the,Valley Gazette delivered an inventive genius of high degree: ( The referred to the "'heoffenae" j
prosecutor -
; to a aubscrlber has cost thataub.erlber yet at the same time he may be so Nelson :

,less than 8 cents.. I I I lacking in Destructiveness (executivesense eye-nous Realty Company f
Yet the manual labor of manutactrtiinpa'6eenttablet ) Acquisitiveness (property or The prisoner's saw opportunity - III ? ,
to discredit his opponent'sscholastic r=
; of blank paper KISSIMMEE FLORIDA -
money sense), Combativenes (aggressive _"
''r Is only a fraction of that required in '. and Human Nature prestige."I .

making.The paper* copy, in of a..copy the Valley.of the Gazette.,Valley (tactful or sense market Intuitive), his sensethat invention, or he to is',fens request lawyer your"to- Instruct honor" said my learned the de-'.. .' ,IwIIIIIIwIIIIIIwI1III, , , , , , 0.,.'.,.I.J, , , l l.

cl withoutJnk or before unable to brother to confine 'himself to the'eharg. ....,.... ,-
,Gazette- ( conserve his. rights, and allow himself --.,,-- .
in the indictment. He discusses
it .U,printed! on), ..weigh more, than of the fruitsof .t.. '"
; to be swindled out I Within the heel of a recently patented "
'' 'he-eye-nous hot
1 'two and one-half ounces.* Even before his genius. included in the ofr.n.e'-eomethinc indictment. It maybe:: shoe for women i* contained a
Increased that much i i ; ;
paper prices: paper ;;
George M. Pullman .invent he make It not be 'l.
ls ,co.t!)most 3-4: cent-when bought I however, said, pausing and .complete vanity case. can I Classified Advertisements i
: inventor
in large* quantities, too, Now it costsyearly the Pullman" car.; ItjS KOtrnen1T believe as if a new thought had surged ' shaped like) some shoe heel..that are iii
; a crumb. In return for his into biB dome "that my learned worn lnKissirnmee. Else It could not
2 cent*. brother refer of .
to th.Wly-en-nose
1 IcTthis. cost the"expense'of'convlAing genius.; "> fense' mentioned in the Indictment."'..'contain anything, larger than a six: I......... ...... .. ..4 . ..
blank'pages: Jnto'a "
sliest ,
machine) died in poverty: Yet bargain for cash 'also other
;'' type- "I' out of "Floridians" and make .it ; pieces room bungalow; close'Ip'' ?: Inqulreat ,
ink other $35,913,229.60 in dividends have,been Floridan.," Brother Jordan. I The mayor of Tacoma, Wash, put a of furnitnrel Call at 108 Clyde Av. Ford's Barber Shop 14 Broad
etting, materials
s etC.-pressVork paid to stockholders In the company o stop to high price. for bread in that way. 61-tf
folding maUing'postagd WANTED Room for
renowned storage with
r that manufactures this Judge Steers of Brooklyn N.:'Y., city by threatening; to establish a mu-
and it 1 I. that 6 is '
; seen centts per copy permanent resident; must be dry FOR SALE OR RENT-A new cottage
'product.I rules that a husband legally nicipal bread counter in the city hall.
:'a'mora Justifiable price than the less may and rent reasonable. Adress 108 with
water and light. for rentor
The genius of Napoleon: Bonaparte spank his wife if she refuses to kiss It work every time does that government -
,,them Scents now paid. 'shook the world. Its effects will last Clyde avenue. sale. C.ll.t J. Richards, 403 E.
him. Who in the thunder. wants to competition.
Y 'Yeti; souls, subscribers (very very Earth's""history. Yet Vine St. 1-5t
I perhaps through kiss a wife who has to be spanked T -+- FOR SALE-White Leghorn settings I
; few however) have the impression in some respects he lacked sense. I I The opinion. most apt to do us
100. DWELLINGS for
that increasing the Valley Gazette'ssubscription I Le7eand ? SAM LUPFER. Phone 222. rent, apply to M.
'i About some'things' he was as petty Mrs G. A. Mrs. H. A. .good are those we re.ent.-N'.w York 52-tf Tiller. .
price to $2 per year is an a child. His lack too, of religioussense Fink sisters became mothers of ten- Life

,Imposition! on their pocketbooks. had large part in his undoing.The I LOST-A Masonic emblem watch _
I FOR SALE-One 3-dro.wer Cabinet
e' I('I pound girl babies on the same day, at i I
'f. The
increase in the subscription writer knows a man in another i the same hour and in the same room National Cash Register one Burroughs charm. W. B, Harris engraved on

k price oi-thls newspaper will add LESS State who is a genius in accumulating in a Chicago hospitaL Some team SYRUP MILL AT KISSIMMEE Adding Machine one large back. Reward if returned tq .Gazette -

..;THAN ONE CENT PER WEEK to I i money and other property; successful ,,work. Iron Safe one 26-horsepowcr Ferro office. l-tf .'

tMr; what each subscriber now pays for the I las a business man; yet his mind is -+- I t (Continued From Page One.) Engine, two 6-horsepower Gray

;Valley Gazette. This will not be .1.1h gross, his reasoning power is weak He will never have true friends whois Motors, one Naphtha Launch, one FOR SALE-60-fpot cruising powerboat *

hip on anybody. and some of his censes verge on idi afraid of making enemies.-Hazlitt. syrup factory: cane in operation sufficient keep He believed a syrup pair Counter Scales, four oil tanks, complete outfit, equipped with

aW h,Th*tt ...*, that newspapers are ocy. On. of his children is an idiot. -+- he had found man who would erect one pair Truck, one Office Chair, two 15-horsepower engines; draws
bout the Cheapest commodity In slave in I with this 30 inches of water and can be used
.., > theorld. Blind Tom (born a negro The of stogies has been in a mill here. Negotiations one lot Sheeting two tre.h.Milch
.. They are too cheap-they are 1850 near Columbus, Ga.) is an In- price individual came to naught, however, Cows.. AU cheap for cash. ROSS for both passengers and freight.
vii dirt creased. Why should tobacco users and Mr.' Willaon ha. undertaken the *. Rice, $2,500; cost, when built
cheap both the musical
; -considering cost stance. He was a prodigy GRAVEST .' 45-tf
: .. .tef >their production'' and..the service or genius. His talent for music was worry? --O- I I project A himself.Cane Staple Product $7,000. H. G. Warner Agent.

!they render. : so prodigious that .he could play any A casual canvass among farmersIn FOR SALE-Two horses; to be displaced Tampa. Fla. 1-tf

'Th.jtfoabl' I, ,Js that' .,the ;avenge musical composition after hearing' Its Canada tearing up 1,000 miles of htis vicinity developed that many of by auto track. Call at Kis
railroad to cat tale ties and rail for to cane seraag. FOR SALE 10 of finest citrus
newspaper. reader hat been "spoiled"has air played\ by another person despite them are willing plant a. simmee Ice Plant. 47-tf acres
the fields af in Europe. .. land situated
use on in
carnage Orange county
been mlMdu ted M to newspaper that he,:was.half blind and could not i I Wtih a. syrup 'factory to consume'the ;
f values.rL'**:* H. Who said the Anglo-Saxon race ill GENERAL FARMING i* profitable best lake protection. Will be Bold
than become .
read music. H* memorised more crop; sugar cane a '
.Cheap newspapers have been caused 5.000 muslcarprodactlons, Including "civilised?" I STAPLE crop It i. easy" to grow requires in Florida To know Florida's possibilities In 10 or 20-acre pits or as a whole.
ti r -+- less than half:as much cultivation .for live stock and poultry Price reasonable. If interested inquire +!
by fie rFe 'J Competition between ... orTi. the. most elaborate .works of the great ''
New York State has a total population as corn--is more profitable than raising, dairying, fruit and truck Lupfer A Prather Ford Garage
} publishers forveirculaUon"In 1
: sections, of America
many All liable, destruction
is to by
composers. corn, not "
of about Of these 8- read the Florida ;
,.. have 9,500,000 growing, Farmerand'Honieseeken
they brought-donn." the any mnch'of Europe were. chatmed by ' varying weather conditions, is easily 1t
selttnr price of Newspapers toa\''point' his concert*.Yet he! was. half an idiot. 800,000 live In,forty dtiea.: About 75 saved from frost, and it not a hurry; : .SI1 months trialsubscription,1'85 FOR EXCHANGE! bu
farbaJow. the jcoslof production or- per cent of the State's population ly{ sin to- market crop," cents. Sample copy -My: 6-room
J. *> A it Jar *. JV1.A. A man ,(or woman) may possess,a Of t'Capa.elty plow on West Michigan -avenueTampa ,
t- cities or towns. A nation's strengthis Factory. free. Address Florida Farmer and
., t th.j mIg ht ehi..e high larce 'decree of what is I, .The bafldmg is to be 25x50 feet, and for Kissimmee property.'V.jiW. .
tea-wbieb not In its cities';bdtin; its farms. A week. Hom'e.eelter. Box: 860, Jacksonville, Edwards, Valley Ga ette7 !
rate-tha readlqe pubucc. "common'..n.. or "horse sense" and will be completed early next The '
'# eventually pays for anyhow. at:the am.''tlm be devoid 'gentaa.. big'city1 is. a. erlm..pln. genuine engine' is of 16 horse-powerjth*'boiler, Fla., 62-tf .. .. . . .. . .. .. . . .. ..' .
civilization No wonder New'York is is of 60' horsepower.rnere' are O ,O
ORs"fORComlfr Or ,vice versa.,, H. may be'a genius regarded as"fheeffeta East"!: three,clarifiers or cookers two holding WANTED rThree-or; four.anfnrnlah 0 LOST-A black leather traveling *.
F, : COURT and at the same-tIm. so lack "com- -+- 350 gallons.each, the other 260 'gal. I ,ed. room 4 y.Jan. 1, 1917$ central 0 bag on the Dixie Highway ;
mon sense" that his 'life'is a failure of AustriaMn .10.... The mill will grind 50 tons of location must be reasonable; permanent 0 somewhere near Haine CityWednesday. ,,*
ft r County Judge T. M. '. will Charles : b* crowned cane 24 hours. 0 _
Murphy per December *
and :
In ill family, business, social religious Address Max P. Moritz .:
topn January session of the Couay as King of Hungary: tomorrow.. Prob!! Farmer who wish to plant Japan. 0 taming toilet articles ladles.* ...,.
ty Court on the 8th. The first_ ,panel of relations.So ably' the-last of his lino-unless he ese cane can obtain seed cane from the 110 S. Delaware Aven Tampa. 62-tf 0 and gents' clothing, private* paper .+ "C .
I urors" drawn svr friend.Breeze, .", large of that variety standing 0 I l
omprU a dies ..001If Charles is to be crop now etc. Reward for Its r..- O ,
f R.: H Bass; G.' C.- L often.lacks "genius," and a "genius" on Mr. WiUson's muck-land field $2,600 CASH will buy 160 acre of 0 turn.. W. K SiUey, Gen'L-DeL, f-:
Bow a-A."''LThem LlYincatont..W. .'not be' 'sensible.", his pictures;he i f. an amiable lightheaded mentioned above. He will not sell any good land one-half mile off the Or. 0 Lakeland Fla. 2-lt. I
''WUd. W. W.-JBell, Q'Baa.. J. B. 1m., careless, foppish ".port,'? who unless It i. to be used for seed., Whatis lando hard road and within two 0 A ].
ffwnbftnl ft,1D.T.! \ H Walker, day; is not far !off>> when"men dressed in ordinary: clothes and turned unsold 'three weeks' hone*,will be ... ....00. OtOOOO' .. .. .. ,.. :
,, of ] Fla
mile the Kissimmee
..Jry StmiaoBt/JVK. Hill' and women'will erase to) ntr blindly ground into syrup. Seed for other post- j
, 1't" t I' LhelKvocations: uj>> LIH 4 . loos* in: a crowd, would bo likely'to varieties of. can. must be obtained else- office." For particulars wxite Wm. FOR SALE-A pure bred.' "
f2 0013E : "'BIG land In U>* town jan "mashlngft' I where. soy boar Am 8 months, weight 209poundsv v .
CLUB' RECEIVES will H. Smith, P.-O. Box 11,'Lakeland, :J
? children I
The brain capacities .
J" f This i I. ,
f v ;, iv I A Relldy.M.y.Crep.o a rare opportune .
t ,. nyrocBAV 'OF COMPANY B. be measured':'and'diagnosed lIy'ad..- Sam. auction should" welcome Fla. 'l-4t ity for any one wishing to improvetheir . t,
.!; .Th*'Kissimnvs soldiers On J ia.,S Uncle :will ". Fanners of this vicinity .: ..
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'.' '". Company tlfle Id that:parent will knowaccurately enterprise. It enable 'stock. The Edgewater., Farmr.: :
: Bon.the Mexican-Texas border have 110,000 acres of Indian'l&belln the pig 1 which FOR,SALE-About 76 Co., Klaslmmee, Fla.. V- 2.2t'w'c'
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tad aa Axis-Inch group fotograf made' lifV*) Horn and.Little BigHorn valley* 1 in, to 'CJ'Ow' a to ataple'a'Oj weather and* bop Includingsote! f fine :
not damage
<.;.,1;:"f their B1By forma, and a copyof it work'in: which their'offspring1' "Trill b* Montana Cbeaper.landand' better for which susceptible obtain good sows. What; offertlUTheEdgewater REPUBLIC TRUCKS ARE MONEY ..
"" they can ready money .. ,
JIa.1 been sent to'th. KiuImm.e Farm Co."Kissimmee .
I Moos ,
"c mdst: .f&lent'and euceeufuL"Pa$ land and better'' .!Florida:; right! at home.'. v .., ,r> .' ,Fla.,,' > 2-2t > MAKERS:: r-

:omar aotftrbie'''and7elnti snts !w111'know"also'what' moral",defects Why go,to Montana. 7. ....* T"1' The factory Is located at what. probably >> No business ,man; truck'''I'crower;" or' 1
... of who are ass to be' guarded against. ";.of *. "i! f . f .j' I. the most accesaiM place for ito AN FOa'' fniit 'man, can afford to .get. ejong .
:III Company., and the I Is. authority 'oereased'eahas ; -'; :. .- "1 Can.can be taken to it.; .Vyj.barg*. AUTO EVERYFAMILY.Ask .without ,si Republic J< fotojraf ; Bcienc. *fll with l ; ,
therefor.; Twopennaats : !H :, step .ID. Th.. *;| of print paper v.fcjvm any point.on th lake, and it will tor our bargain list,of new and ,Onr >ay 'torms. of payment.wffi. '; }.
t rrom th State and .will select' the caused reached road from.farms second-hand .We bell ..
t the easily by) : ., ears oa easy make the tnek TtoJ' Itael Drop. .J.. .
i& cam men. and women whoa*'work'has to;do' 4a; ; D. ns'* postal today for catalogue"!*. I ,!;i
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.FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2*:-"I' ... .Tttt..Y15511MMBECAZETTl.: :

THE KiSSMItfE YAl.1.BTCA7aT El I'G.Tl nlrll that .'..fdif. tent ,:laf W' WANTED :
I iaiirCaine 'r For JMilt
.. ,'. Shop.N' f : farmers To MySrj .

'I ,l (h.'U.I., ;; . Mr. .. Jeffooat< of" Madison Fla. Is : i *
'.Yabu.h.d>very J'rl4aj'ur visiting. h.rnieceMrM.'M.. : Mllletv "V: r : ,:-' At Kissimmcc. ..a.
otilll.W this.week.: : ,
w. HARRIS" a. a. YAM ,
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.* V ... ) .was'Mrs the:, H.guest"-BurdettoflymoutVIllS of the: Park Hotel Sunday . will;w. :! : : '1or. :
. "'f"r while here ookin qityC: I contract! to, 'Ui.ctlf.leon.. a fair basisl, X have Japanese Steed! Cane :, ",' ,

. MBeR Have oTi lt d the""shop Ji.l sale duringthe.. next three weeks' $4 perl100QvsJtalks? atOutprLT\ ; t-t r4' it '"

; around the.corner, the Gift Shop. t j !_ "* '*" f < J4 ? : : :: ? '' ,j4 .;.

.Attorney Milton Pledger spent sev. .J.'M WILLSON Jr Kissimmcc ?*
'Cla. .,
usual f.
era! hours in Orlando Tuesday between price.. \.1 4.! . . ., .,. .. ,, V
trains where he - -
went legal -
on .. . .
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business., b -- --. - -- . '. x

":'Captain and Mrs.. N. 'M."Montanyeof : .Embroidery" Thread; 8 skeins 8*. Wool Clipper Soles.;Soe a pair:Jan.:

r 'yt rigsTgrC Canton Pa_?'ha>e arrived to spend Jan.,1.'Z and &.:;;.Woman's'. =change.'_..I 1J} Z and 3. Woman's Exchange.. .* HART .MEMORIAL 'AFFAIRS"El.ivse's '

the,winter with their daughter,. Mrs.R. :W.. C'Colby Houston, Tsxas, ii :. !Hon.W'.' J.'Seara- will' .return to. .
PRESSQ .E.. H combe.. a guest at the. Lincoln. House, for a :few Washington Sunday .

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker of Cocoa, days., Miss Louise Thomason Is in Arcadia Gras Ceater PaUk I
. pent Saturday VIn Kissimmee. They I. 'J. C. Sinclair WM"' her from Arcadia. -' attending the,Teachers',Association.,<> UWary, PaUk Reaaog lUeam,. 'Tab'

nade:their Hotel.L. headquarters. at the Manhattan ,' i; Monday looking after business. Father Fox of Orlando was'here on .lkR .t Rae. PakDc Play Cr*
..... .......... .... ... .... .interests., ,one of his regular visits Saturday.- ,
Wj: Champlain and wife of Twin Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Farmer visitedin {
Falls Idaho, were Kissimmee visitorsMonday. Orlando Tuesday,' returning on the FleUher's Germantown and Shetland The Tuesday' evening receptions them with.,the:location ,of the Bart ..-
I Weather Report They. registered at' the Manhattan afternoon train. 'Woman's yarns,.2 Exchange.skeins 2Sc, Jan. 1* 2 and' .* have been well attended and an In.. Memorial and of the welcome awaiting

. Hotel "ft S.. teresting program arranged for each I them there at any time..: ,The lib
fL Goodrich and wife of Orlando, invited
Southard is to attend
G. E. of Lakeland was a one. Everybody ,
A. S. Craig, of Uniontown; Pa., was pent several hours her Mond.,.. They Witness i t visitor in'the city Tuesday. and a special invitation is extended to,rarian-hostess will; show them'' every

,Following are dally temper prominent in Kissimmee among the Friday out-of-town He registered visitors - were guests at the Graystone. lie registered at the Graystone.., all new comers 'and visitors. to th.1cit' courtesy and they may make U a ;r.sta;

tares and precipitations as reported at the Manhattan HoteLC. 1 Glenn Emerson, from Monnessa, Pa. Miss Nellie Clifford of Maitland has .' lag._and a meeting place.
It is'a'matter for and The boob have eoently.
station concern re- following
by Government Is spending a few days in Kistimmee.
E. Denig motored from Nar- been the guest of Misses Blanche andJeanett ,the beautiful and valuable been added to the '.
at Kissimmee fohe week end- over He Is stopping at the.Lincoln House; Lakson island.rCV gret that library:
coossee Tuesday to spend the day sago palm presented'' .C m..n. ago "When a Man's.,, a Man,"' Harold
ing Thursday Dec. 28 'Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel..Zerkle (Dev Wayne Ward of New York city
and was a guest at the Graystone by Mr.' M.- Katz has been tamperedwith Bell. Wright.
Max; Min. Rain Hotel. mossville. Ky., are spending-the winter I. spending a few days here theguest by 'some--thoughtless\ unknown "Seventeen 1 Booth'Tankington.' ..

Friday ____75 65 J4 Editor Joe Hugh Reese 'and familyof in Kissimmee and vicinity. Theyare of,his father C. W: Ward.:hers persons. This will not be permitted to "Mi=-l 'd'Halloran," Gene. StraU-
making their headquarters at the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carson' are continue, and any: one seen mutilating ton Carter.
: __73 48Sunday Orlando down
Saturday _ came and spent Lincoln House. from Miami spending the holidays this handsome plant will be severely "The Fall.of a Nation" Thomas
__ _____77 68 .60 \ Christmas. withrelatives in Kissimee. Put the difference in the bank-buy J with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. dealt with.; ; Dixon, -

Monday .. ,__-80 62 a Stewart Phonograph for. $6.60. Carson. EAU homesbaring winter visitors In "Nan of Unslo Mountain;" Prank H.,

Tuesday .: ____81 63 in Judge the S. D. Decker of. St. Cloud busi was Plays ANY disk record.and is everything One 6-foot; showcase, cash drawer, .to acquaint .Spearman.BONDSiFORSALE. . .
city Wednesday legal
Wednssday..82 62' on you desire.-fu tone, appearanceand per cutter, etc,for sale at Woman's .
63 ness. He was a guest. at the' Lincoln. durability. For sale. by CORNER, Exchange., '
Thursday.81 House. DRUG STORE. (Phone 297.)
.. Mr.'. and Mrs. Z. N. Parker and baby :
.. . .. .. ............ Grady Cromartie and A, W. Ivey ft Is not too lit to use those Red of Arcadia are guests of Mrs. Park , ,-
left for Oeoee Thursdaywhere' they Cross Christmas,seal... One of themon .
Insurance. Sea A. E. Drought. Hupple Pack- .1"" parents,Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee. . -
Fir* will be employed in the a letter or package.shows that v'
ing Houses 1 Mrs. E: S. Cronk of Estherville!: ' .
their user has at least cent's worthof ll 'have'rsale limited amount of-;
J. E. Moseley of Orlando visited relatives John Rosenberg is here from his human sympathy.Mr. Iowa, is spending the winter with her a, ,

in this city Tuesday.For home in Alberta,.Canada, and will and Mrs H. N.Pfann.returndThursday sister, Mrs. J. A. Barclay.' :'froth '
Gift:Edge; 6 'percentbondsrrunningf{ ; ; r+
Sale :Horsoe, mules and 'she- spend the winter with his sister, Mrs. from Lakeland, where they .All"crochet cotton, 3 balls for tiel ;

land ponies. J. W. Miller. tf F. A. Souders.. have been spending a few days with tatting thread 6 for 2Be, Jan. 1, 2 and five to .. V Ji
dates' silk-finish 8 balls Zoc and twenty+ years. '
their Mrs. W. J.
Congressman W. J. Sear. returned .An auto party from Clearwater registering daughter. Waringand j
from Washington to spend the holidays at the Graystone Sunday were family. 8. Woman's Exchange.Roy This; offer. njfpr.'only 'a few' ay s. ".
with his family. : Mr. and Mrs. G. L.. Bidwell and D. B. Ferry of Milwaukee, Wl,.. and Graves and Josh- Barber are op !

Mrs. L. H. Ingram and daughter J. T. Walker.M. Mra.1 Charles Koenig of Kenosha. Wi., are home from the border on a twentydays' 2-2t bA.: '''CARSON'.r' "
prominent the tourists now' furlough; where their companys ,
Miss Irene, are the guests of relatives D..Wilson a well-known among
in Arcadia, during the holidays. of Bartow, was, a business pending some time in Kissimmee. stationed. w . '
They are registered at the Lincoln ,;to; : ".
Kissimmee Wednesday. He made his Mesdames Souders and Lacy entertained .
M. Overstreet prominently '
the' headquarters at the Grayitone. House. at the Souders' home last night -- .'I'-
in Orlando at >I
known was a guest
I nhonor of Mr and Mrs. Scott Soud -
Mrs. A. Douglas, Mrs. Ellen Wene- .
Manhattan Hotel Sunday. J. B. Thomas, State Convict Camp
here regular visit. oder of Red Creek N. Y., and Mr. ers of Pittsburg, Pa. .
When in need of cards, don't forget connected Inspector with was his office on a Friday. He A. Haven of Fair Haven, N. Y., spent Capt." W. L. Dunne, who Is Land
the Gift Shop. registered at the Graystone. Sunday and Monday looking about the Commissioner for the South Florid..nd' EYESlflTTED : ; ;
After tomorrow (Saturday) the priceof city. They were guests at the Lin- Gulf Railroad the holidayswith TUESDAY
Mr. and Mrs J. N. Burch of St. coln Hou.e.Mr. this
the Valley Gazette will be (2 a year. his family city. .
Cloud were dinner guests Thursday of : "
By paying today or otmorrow you their friend, Mrs. Snodgrass and Mrs. and Mrs. W. L. Egeleston of Clem Breaker, who"has been'.pend- : T __ I\
save 60 cents. Edmonds who have apartments at the Lincoln, Neb., have arrived Kissim- ing the past several months in Cuba, 1
I. D. Johnson and G. H. Gaffney, Inn for the winter. mee to spend ,thewinter.. Mr,' Eg. is here on a visit to his parents Capt. This { I"I.'be. a chance to have' ,

who are. prominent business visitors citizens in of Kissim Lough-; I Mrs. N. Miller' and son, Riss, from Gazette gleston,*is'and a valued found It.subscriber descriptions to the of and Mrs. H. M;' Breaker. .your' eyes', examined .and see ifyou. ;

man, .ere- Leesburg, ana visiting.her parents, Mf. our climate.and city so enticing he !Harper faster has been promoted to '
mee Saturday. and Mrs. T. G. Duke. Mrs. Miller for- couldn't resist the temptation. to come First Class Musician in the Second "' really need,: glasses. If youdon't
Don't forget to pay your subscription merly resided Kissimmee.. and ha. and see for himself.! Florida regimental band-with this ''
will make
. need them '
\". for the Valley Gazette tomorrowand many friends here.- promotion comes increased salary; we no ;'r

. save 60 cents. -be Next 2 Monday, Jan J. E. Campbell, who' icons of the connected Walter J.with Ware the who Chicago is prominently Herald, Miss Ouida Malloy will leave Sunday -, charge: for the examination '
Lit the price will a year. regular winter residents of Kissimmee, was in the city Sunday and' Monday for Tallahassee to visit her aunt' VV

. R. Rowe, .< nd sister of St. Cloud, spent Saturdaybere ville,' Tenn. on a week's business trip. of the Southern Colonization the inaugural ceremonies on Jan., :2.: ;

on a mission of bualness and Mrs. Campbell, remained. _th.dty.C. Company. He stopped at the Gray Miss Emma Aurand of 'Denver, "

pleasure .combined. -. 'K... McQuarrie' , ;
I/ Mrs. G. E. Hilton and two interestIng with the Stats, Agricultural Department W. J. McClennan and wife,.G.- Bass Miss Aurand will spend the winter ;
children spent Tuesday at Lough was a business visitor. in 'Kissimmee and family, Jake Garrett and wife with,her sister, Mrs. S.' 1;. Lupfer, Sr. WORK(. A .SPECIALTY

man where they were guests of E. O. Friday. He stopped" .. at the Hugh Curry and Rich McClennan, all Mrs. B. G. Methwin and'-daughter; . . ..
Hilton and family Graystone. well-known- citizens of Whittier were ,
; Elizabeth,, from Sanford; Mrs. J. J. -
A. ''L. Groves of Cincinnati.; 'O iIo, 'Frank Estey and wife of"'W.s'tBranch in Klsslmme Christmas shopping Overstreet and sons Nelson and Tom- '

was prominent among the tourists in Mich.\ are spending segeraldaTI Friday, and registered atthe, LincolnHouse. mie Lee,' from Orlando, are visiting T.' : H. O Inc.Saccssssrs '
the city Saturday.. He stopped s( the at Jacksonville.They 'will make G. Duke and family ,BROWN .fII..CQ.,: } .
Manhattan Hotel. their headquarters at the, Lincoln /Among the out-of-townpeople visiting headache 1
See Dr. Davis for glasses '
.. Cole JaweJry. c.
R Ken- House for the winter*; the Griffin brothers during the strain vision At '
Nat Bass and L. Tindall of eye or poor ,. '
ansville, who are well-known and fre 1 Mrs. Mary Hancock*happily enrpr1.ed . holidays are. Mr.. and. Mrs. W. H. Lincoln house from Dec. 20 to Jan 20. ; . ".O. BROWNManager; : .'t
Ford of Ti lIe, Mr. and Mrs. Clan ". I J;
quent',visitors here registered at the her Kissimmee relatives,/Mr. and Eyes tested free .Fifteen ,years' ex- :,

Manhattan Hotel Friday. Mrs., Clark Howell, at noon of'from last ence Smyrna'Griffin,'Franklin and.Sheen family and family of- New of perience. .,'' 62-3 . .. ,. V. .fit.t

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Roby of St. Wednesday arriving. She here and talked West Palm Beach and H. M- Nolle of The young people of the PresbyterIan ,
.Mexico. saw -:
Wednesday Tampieo church will tonight at
Cloud, passed through here Titusyille. give a party
with a number of Kissimmee boys on '* -i
of and
their to Orlando where the Hart Memorial in honor Dr.
Mr. Roby on will way enter a .sanitarium for her way through Laredo, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert and Miss Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon's son,-John. .
will return Men visited inKissimmee Ella Mae their daughter, accompanied MI'II..I. W. Evans-will chaperon ** \
medical care. Mrs. Roby Mr and Mrs. M. C.
home Saturday.Mrs. yesterday from Lake Hamilton by Misses Laura Thomas and Alberta Greeting Appreciation i ;
on winter Hopson left Sunday on an auto S. J. Triplett has sold his stove at and J\( }
Fla., where they are sojourners -
Buckmaster and daughter Narcooasee to County CommissionerA. ..
O. L. to
trip Micanopy to visit relatives. ', '
Miss Roberta of St. Cloud, were from Kansas City, Mo. Theyare Miss Hopson left the party at Lees- F. Bass, and leaves today for Inverness To Customers ; ,W'V
of.Florida. My :
in the city Wednesday between trains, enamored burg, where she is the guest of her to take over the Citrus County : \ .
while en route for Tampaand St. II. C. Piano, the efficient mafiager parents. Chronicle,for which he has been nego- .'.
Petersburg. They will be the guests of the Kissimmee Citrus Growers Exchange Miss Maud Thomason, who is teaching tiating for some time. Watch Inverness - "..11 " 'it .R

of Dr. R. M. Buckmaster. packing house, was a business in Jensen this year, is home for grow.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ripley accompanied -. visitor at Orlando Tuesday between his the holidays. Mis Lena Starke, also Mrs. Charles Phillips of Bridgeport, Please accept this expression of my .. ., ..; f
by Miss Willa Riley of Ripleyl' trains. He was accompanied by teaching In Jensen, has been a guest Conn., has been the guest of her brother -. "
W V*.. who' are winter wife. ,, in the Thomason home. I. and family for the past week. Mr. appreciation for the many'' favor
St.: Cloud! ; spent some time in Klsslra- Misses Alva Fortner and Olivine Jesse R. Cameron, formerly Phillips and his friend, "Shorty,"came E
mee- Wednesday, while en route for Savage, daughters of Mrs. R. B. Savage of Ohio's Legislature, and a now member a- through in their car, arriving Thursday you have accorded' to me witlafri'the "
New Smyrna for a few days. spent .the holidays visiting theJ. of 0. night. It is probably that the
prominent lawyer Marynville; ,
F. family at their new party will spend the winter here. now pasting. It
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clark, Jr.', of O'Berry Elizabeth is located at the Osceola House. He year. .Rival'
Little -
Rodman. \
Okla- Mr and, Mrs.White home at has several minters in Kissimmee. Lieutenant Steed has resigned his *
Oklahoma City, J' : and spent. the word' V 1 '
returned home with them pleasure to .
O'Berry me use ,
Parker, and Miss, RuthCI.rk will remain here for several days. commission in Company B of the . .. '' V .. 'N,i.* *)' !",'1,
were a pleasant party leaving Wednesday Judge Haskell and Mrs. Haskell Second Regiment of the Florida National "many"as:it indicates that 1 have. .IY "':- "
for a few days outing at Tampa. Mr and Mrs. Frknk Sheen and children -'I were in Kissimmee this week inspecting Guards and has returned hereto ,;.i/'
They returned home Friday. of West Palm Beach were guests the work of the Eastern Star resume his law business. Lieutenant rendered'satisfaction'" and .valueW\ ,.. ,
family this week. business interest .
of C. W. Griffin and Steed stated that family -
of Fai mton, was Judge Haskell is the Past Grand Pat r'.a:
Miss Lois Swinney,
the guest of her sistei, Mrs. A. C. Ty- their Mr. Sheen automobile and family and spent drove over several in ron of the Grand Chapter Florida. the-failing at'' his health home of his in Palatka parents,and required I received in return., ./ hope that '"-f.f',:
first of the week. She joinedthe Mrs. Haskell is Grand Worthy Matronof f
son; the 1
time between Kis his at this
delegation of teachers leaving lor days, and Orlando.'' the Grand Chapter of Florida, and personal attention the samepleasing: relations will ;
Arcadia Wednesday: to attend the simmee V organized the O. E. S. here. The H... time. '" lot' I. VV
Florida Educational Association. now See Dr..''Davis( for glasses for headache kells were the home cue.tIof Mr. and continue_ in the future. ,
in session there. Mrs..J_ E. Lupfer while inTtown. FISHING PARTY: HASjE! ; TRIP : r
vision. AtLncoln
Miss Emma Tyson, MI. Mattie Tyson eye house strain from, or"Dec.poor 20: to'Jan. 20. Mrs Roy Chalker and her mother- TO CANOE.CREEK. :Wishing- for all ply q an abr nd-. ', .VV to' V

of Narcoossee, were"among, and Miss the teachers Ides ofBt7Cloud Eyes > Fifteen...yean'experisnce. :- in-law Oak.arrived, Mrsv-Emma Saturday Chalker for a,visit of with Live Canoe A fishing Creek party on the made east a side fine of trip.Lake to once, of health," happiness; ,. +and.'material ;:,.l2t,, ,;; .w F,

leaving here Wednesday for Arcadia, .. 62-3t the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs Cypress on Wednesday, leaving Kis-r 'benefit" in" the"'New''Year at'' : '
where the Florida Teachers ..Educa C. A. Canon. The Doctor' spent : ;
simmee at 7 p. m., and returning,.at
tional Association Is in session. 'F. HI: Ludlow, 'frorn Sioux City Christmas, but was obliged :: "
Iowa.-called on the-Valley Gazette and to return to his business Tuesday. 6:30.The hand lam faithfully!( yours ... rtA'it"l/)
Mrs.:Mary Hancock happily surprised renewed his subscription'several days .- ., party -wad' 'made up by Capt.L. . ,
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her Kissimmee. relatives, Mr. and ago. He is looking after his Florida Wayne Ward arrived In Kistimmeeyesterday N. Williams,, who conducted the .> : eau- r" f w
Mrs.- Clark Howell.\ at noon of Wednesday by arriving here from an orange croen the old Jack Keene where he'had been on a business mission but was a bit short on "bait. H. C. STANFORD. ,. .. ; ', ,;' "
Tampieo Mexico She saw and talked place,'adjoining D, G Wagner's prop- for his father C. W. Ward Mr. The launch Margaret;run"by Capt '' .
with. a:number- of Kissimmee soldier erty on Bermuda avenue. TMr. Ludlow Ward made the trip from New York Jim Dibble: was-a safe bearer of alland ;
boys on her way through Laredo, Tex. says Orlando is a fine town, but that to'Los Angeles\ over the Northern Pacific never "winked out" on the round PI
R. R. and returned the trip. The'party returned with'a fine : 'l
to he likes Kissimmee much better,as a over STANFORELJC0.f
.Lacy Johnson private: secretary to make Southern Pacific. He is spending a catch of fish Those making the trip
Congressman w. J. Sears returned' residence pacts. later. few days here with ales father before were: Messrs. Lemuel Zerkle Casper :
spend holi home ValleyiGazett C.
the Wickler :
to H.
from tells
Washington and Mrs. likes the ; says it returning too his home in New York. Zerkle F. A.' Lincoln Jake ,, 1
Mr. ..
dayswith his parents, E. A. Beighfcer, Capt. L. N. Williams,,
'about Florida than any one Mr, Ward encountered cold weather in .
K. Johnson. Another son, Clarence Duck-, of him several more other Florida California, the thermometer registerIng Mr. Richards, Mr. Souders, Mrs. Gray,, '. y-:4 -; '." 'fie. ' V : "

." worth who is Company in the employ at Orlando of Yowell, also- joined he gets. He will stay in pUblicatiou'l(was 24 there.degrees at Los Angeles.. while he- ailed Mrs, Clayton to register.-and a few others whc 1 .R' '. .. -

the family' circle at that time. summer. A p yy

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Kin ConstantineTs rule. I
War In' 1916 Oc 'I, i 'A hmma".'estimates: of crop production and price. for the'State of ,. '

melee recognised the Greek Florida and for the' United States, compiled, the Bureau of Crop'Es- JERSEY COWIN. 4DAYS', :
.. ..
-- rebel 'government.November. tlmtaes (and transmitted'through U Weather Bureau. ), U. S. Department'of .
r Agriculture, .is as follows: """ .'
In the 11..
ErbFRONT.; centered in battle for Caernowttc.March. opl engaged great
:1 5. Germany and Austria proclaim fUnited. stock Industry in o.e.ola.eounty will

.. ,Jaaaary.. 87. ,Russian attacks\ checked 'a( ed new kingdom of Poland." ." CROPS -I'I 'FL )IUDA. 'It be Interested In.the. experience*m.
'Statel Lake (Florida) stockman who.
tI. Germans a county 9.
Taken "..: .. losses" to "- 22. Archduke Charles Francis AnstroHnngarian ,
+ on a five-mil front near In Dvinsk. with mo. '- commander in the field, . lost eleven thoroughbred Jersey: ... .
the Champagne on ground the.French the assailants.Jan. . assumed the reins as andkinr. I" w. In tonr.da recently because'of his
In .' .. emperor kindness to them. S. 8." Sadler, of
.captured Septem"f'1tl .. n > I it
February. "* v '7."Ruins reported' that (ion v.: Brain- 25.,. Provisional- (t.rbelj)) Greek government Ctr -.e. + 1' "- Mount Dorm, Fla, writing his; t:* the Eu .'
tis Lake tels of 'c1-
Germans shackon'thi l ,Region, loaf a. ,
23. began a heavy o!". offensive in. Volhynia, Bukowina declared. war on Bulgaria... : .. .. ," lower _' : .
>- fr--** rvr *r >-- fi M; !
Verdun salient along< a 28miler and Galida, had netted 40,000 prison December. 'L : 1' I "" 'Lr 1 "I brought ln twentyight beid'ofa :!

r .front; gains--at "1IM.IOI8b-w". 2 ers,!77 ftiins,' 154 ''machine tuns and 9. United States'protest to Carmany'agalnst Ane high-grade Jersey cows a. you '

miles}deep., : 49 mortars besides arms and equip deportation, Belgiansmade would see anywhere. They: earn front' .
tort Com bUlbela1916 840,000 12,600,000 j .90 2,583,241,000
I 26.-,Glanta armored French ; <* .. public. R 88.9 a tlc1rlnf.ated80 were immune:
ment. _. __ ________1915 800,000 12.000,000 ,
',,'ti Douaumont, 4 miles from Verdun 10. New British war. councilan ,,73 2,994793,000 &7.G, from Texas fever; and, 'chipped from
city and one of its permanent fortifl- 10.' Russians' captured Dubno Vol nounced. Oats, bushels _1916 60,000 900000 ,71 1,25.1,992,000 &2.4 "i central west Mould
.cations,. captured py,, Brandenburg' hynia; 83 000 prisoners claimed In the ________1915 61,000 1,220.000 .70 1,649,030,000 86.1 have had a great Georgia deal of trouble from
1 German '.' *.' day's- ftghtlll' and "booty in enor Rice, bushels _1916 '700 18,000 .75' 41,982,000 88.6 of climate. '
__ __ __. 500 12.000 .75 change However. .I lost, ; s
tiel. IIH5
mous quanti 28,947,000 90.8 '
fortified -
2ft] German captured 6 DEATHS OF NOTED Potat's eleven head in four days."Atthe *
1?: After'long campaign aplnltCsernowita Ir'h bu1916 15,000 1,110.000 2.00 286,437,000 146.1 ,
in the Verdun salient of illness
:French villages appearance ; ,, e
Austrian capital of Buko __ __ _________1915 12,000 960,000 1.15 869,721,000 61.1 I
tent 'of
for1' a''veterinarian
with 000 good
prisoner repute.
wins, the Russians entered the city. Sw. Potat', bu1916. 25,000 2,600,000 .86 10,955,000 84.8 .
and he
: t it: 12-mile 29.! German front of had ground captured' ; since It had 1914.changed hands many times PEOPLE IN 1916) Hay u _,_tons_____-----1916____1915 66,000 2S,000 2,676,000 70,000 16.00.68 75,639,000 89,991,000 11.21 62.1 'acclimation broad fever.diagnosed term*7 for'au" "the" -explanation-trouble ts, \- fr.' at i"Thla

% for Verdun. : ---1915 ,61,000 81.000 16.00 85,920,000
"' July. January. Tobacco lbl.1916 did not seem reasonable to me; so,

March.13. German 'e capture to date at 29. Russian, broke AustroGermanline 3. Jen. Grenville W. Dodge, noted -- __ __,____--1,916 4,000 2,000 3,549,000 3,026,000 80.0 23.0 1,150,622.lOOO 1,062,23'1,000 14.7,91 after making; five or.six post-mortem. I "
northwest of Lutsk, forcing aban- Federal commander In the civil I was and am satisfied death was .
41 war Cotton bales _lIU6 197.000 43.000 81.0
Verdun were 26,000 prisoner, cannon 11,611,000 li6:
donment of positions beyond rivet! at Council Bluffs, Ia. aged 87. caused by toxic poisons producedthrough
t' : and 232 machine guns.1T. ; ____ __1915 193,000 48,000 14.8 11,192,000 11.8
: French 'repelled five German Stokhod, whicRussians crossed. 8. Ada Rehan, noted retired actress, Onionsy bu.1916 ______ __----000 ___ 6,417,000 _ compaction of the third stomach
.Attacks at Vaux, near Verdun. November. In New York aged 55. __ __ ________1915 ______ ______000 7,664,000 ..a and sis Intestines.. ,
12. Austro-Germans broke throughthe 13. Gen.1 Vlctoriano Huerta, former Cabbage, bu.lDI6 ____u ------000 _.. 247,000 -- 'The of the trouble 'was kindness -*

80. Germans captured Malancourt repulsedat Russian lines in the italics section provisional president of Mexico, at __ __ ________1915 ______ ______000 ___ 671,000 --.- on my'' part. The Battle; ,were
t In the Verdun area, but were 28. Gen. BrusilofTs Russian armies El Paso Paso, Tex. Oranges, boxes1916 __ 6,335,000 2.05 i58 three days on the road and naturally

Dead Man's hill, No. 804, according 1 began! a drive southward across the 19.) Jeannette L. Gilder; writer, critic __ _________1915 ---_-___ 6,150.000 1.88 21,200,000 23,835,000 ate but little en route. As soon a.
to French report. Carpathians to succor the Rouman and editor, in New York; aged 66. -- u ---------- _____ _u 2.39 I unloaded, I turned them into the ,
-------- ---- - -- - -- --- -- -- - - - ---- -
.ApriL fans in Wallachia. February. best pasture I had, which., contained

9. In an offensive on a 13-mile frontat December. 12. John Townsend Trowbridge, FLORIDA PRODUCTS COMPRISE PARADISE FOR BIRDS. beg rweed, peanuts, teprfinte, Ben. "
Verdun the Germans captured 600 7. Russian advance across the Car- poet and story writer, at Arlington DINNER EATEN BY FEDERAL muda grass, and crab ?ra... They-

d yard* of trenches on hill. 295, nearMan's pathians southward checked by small Mass..; aged 89. FARM LOAN BOARD. IN Conyers Manor, the 2,500-acre farmof lowed.urged .themselves, and the- above- ,foN: ..'".
Dead hill, No. 304. Assailant 1 '
reverses in Moldavia. 22. Dr. Allyn Gorton "Father of '
!. used liquid fire. Eugenics," in Brooklyn) aged 83. WASHINGTON.Colonel E. C. Converse near Greenwich, I "Never having leen thin. disease
9 a 11a1. SOUTH AND BALKAN FRONT. 28. Henry James, noted author, at Conn., is looking its best these days, : mentioned in print, and never having j
French line held firm'and drove "" Chelsea England and Mrs. J and it is been told of cattle men, I was i
11. : January .. ; aged 73. F. H. Von En- expected that the yield of ; ,
not in 3
,' x" back' Germans,around Van*.' German 7. Allies evacuated the GaUipoli peninsula March. gelken lately entertained the Federal peaches will be fully 8,000 I have position learned to lesson guard and against I it. .
a hope,
claimed repulse of two French attackl.lIeal' 2. Carmen Farm Loan Board in Washington, D. basket'.j \
Turks enorm- Sylva, poet and novelist, The apple orchards in through it' '
are my experience, may be-
Dead Man' hilL British C. at dinner of Florida -
ous plunder. loss in the dowager of Buk- a\
campaign queen Roumania at- -
thrifty condition, while .theacres "ofstrawberry' a -saying of loss, t0v olhere'vrhoship: ';;:
June*. :360,000.February. harest} ag>sd 72. ; farm products' only.. Every edible ; cattle into the State!* 1
7. German captured Fort Vaux, 3. Jean Mounet-Sully, French actor, served'came, furthermore, from the bedraspberry) and cur- ;
.J called the "key to Verdun," 'With its 15. Russians captured Erzerum, In Paris; aged 75. Von Flngelken: farm! in Putnam coun- rant bushes are loaded with fruit "
t garrison of 700; also captured Rooge, with 18,000 Turks and 323 guns. 11. Former United States Senator ty. Even the fish shad) was caughtfrom Much work is being done the <... .. ..000.0' 9.0..' ..
; the St. Johns river where it flows on estate
in Belgium, making Verdun advance Gassaway Davis, at Washington -
aloes June 1 .nearly two miles wide. March. ; aged 93. past the Von Engelken farm. to encourage bird life. In this M. TILLER ',';
resumed vigorous at 8. British attack on Tigris repulsed 81. Robert Burns Wilson, poet and The menu comprised fish, roasted connection tho lake is being prepared

...' tacks at Verdun on both side ofthe by lost counterattack 6,000 killed and of wounded.Turks. !, British artist, in New York city. ; aged 64.ApriL . pork grapefruit, eggs,, oranges butter, milk Irish cornbread potatoes,, so that water fowl will be safe, and a Real Estate Agency f :

Meuse. April 4. Geo. W. sweet potatoes, lettuce, and other veg large number of snapping turtles, .......__.._....__._. I
80. French -recaptured Thiaumont 12. Austrians in great force attack Smalley, noted American etables. weighing from five to thirty pounds '
,(held by Germans since June 23), but Italian positions in the Plezzo basin, journalist, in London; aged 83. Colonel Von Engelken Is the' Putnam each, have been caught This work Realty bought and told. . ;

lg were driven out by nightfall. Trentino, and were repulsed, accord May. county farmer whom President Wilson will be House rented. "
., ing to Italian report. Italians 13. Clara Louisa Kellogg once appointed to the until the lake is i '
; recap responsible positionof Taxes paid and Titles verified :,
JuiyPrench retook Thiaumont; lost tured positions on Monte Sperone noted prima donna, at New Hartford, director of the United States mint practically free of enemies of the !1r.
It at ,3 p. m and regained it at 4:30 which the Austrians captured on Conn.; aged 73. And boss of the job of coining all the water fowl. for non-residents. "

p.m. "* 11th.. th'l 26. Rev. Dr. Timothy Dwight, former "hard" money made' in the United: I Fire Life and Accident Insurance. I

1. Concerted French' and; British 18. Russians Captured Treblcond. president of Yale university, at States. A minature automobile horn blownby i ,;
'T.: drive begun on the north and south important Turkish town on the Black{ New Haven Conn.; aged 87. pressing an electric button has; Indemnity Bond '
h, i banks of the Somme river; .villages sea, by a land and sea attack. 27. Gen. J. S. Gallieni. leader of the been invented I I I \
e' and tAwns. and seven miles of trenches 29.. British under General Townshenc d French flank attack at the Marne bat COMMUNITY SINGING to replace doorbells. . ..ttt..t..etttA ",."?'-'
.captured on a 2 -mite front. I surrendered Kut-el-Amara. Mesopotamia tle, Sept. 7, 1914, in Paris. '.

12*. L France.reported 754 French to the Turks, with gout 10,000 28. Harry Hawk, the actor, on the M1
fe.5- < towns and communds destroyed 'by t troops, after prolonged siege. boards at Ford's theater when President GROWS INKISSIMMEE
war S54 towns captured by Germans ,May. Lincoln was assassinated April ,

,k 16,669 houses' destroyed' and 15,95.1 24. Italians continued retreat in 14, 1865, died at Granville, England; w Three Fine Sbrobbery Collections. '
9 damaged' ; Trentino. Austria claimed 23,000 prisoners aged 79. (Contributed.) k

i British attack, .Jed by1 Gen. Halg, in the Tyrol campaign.. 29. James J. Hill, railroad magnate, Do our townspeople realize the n.. tk. bw Ita vahe ...e.wrl
centered around La Boisselle, aiming .June. at St. Paul; aged 77.SO .e --..La.:1-

Nr for Bapanme. French continued-at-1 I Italians opened a counter offensive Col. John Singleton afforded in the chorus work rsuzsi. . .... aft
\ tacka Mosby given at the Hart Memorial t>**. U SS4* WMtfc _
toward Peronne. Allies claimed in the zone of Austria's maxi noted Confederate cavalry leader in every OOI.LJllOrlOt_ ........ fnrita
a :,":12,000' prisoner) ., J j mum effort :May 80 to 81. Result reported the civil war, at Washington; aged 82. Monday night ... 14 .-- !. teat ....,, S.-... WMk S wrawn *
Ck ,.4. German retook Thiaumont "disastrous to the invaders."' June. Here i* opportunity like unto tha '" o1 yron1DA. iUD oos.LZCrrori.-rN.e.:

;0 ft. Germans mad. counter attaclta// 25. Italians began an offensive 9. John R. McLean, publisher of thee of old-given in our oldfaabionedlIinging t lam_.smM....... .1.frmlt...*.. lei.Wwtk... $UuM ts. e.fmrltt .*m4 I_ SS. .sue

TMs. ton the Somme, but were re movement in Trentino. Austrians r Washington: Post and Cincinnati En. schools, except that it i Is that .k.t.k eI >r ._r f.r five Mwrthw' ffumatl
;,; near Loneville, Lorraine. ported. general retreat,' quirer; aged 67. .M, If OT> 11I_..... tmtmttg rll... WltM eve, ?
British also and much move.Promptly w lane ea ... Wilt -. "
were rennlsed at Harde- Augusts -* .*'" 20. Edward S. Ellis .e rUtASONKIl :
court and on the La Boisselle front. t American novelist at 7 o'clock basses tenor > BROSU ROTAL PALM WU 3EA1laa; 1
1L' 9. Italians captured Corns, the sup and historian, at Cliff Island, : (:d ere ?! AT... OBM*, JTI*, l,
British-attack. on. the Somme posed key to Trieste, Prisoners reported M.: aged 76. *, altos, and sopranos take their respective

covered 8-mile front, including: La 20,000. The town. had been JuI,.. : places. Miss Louis. Thomason .

net! and, Trone ContalmaisonWood* wood. Ma-,. .I.DolneUe I.under fire over a year v r <*. I 8. Mrs. Hetty .Green, known as the serves as pianist and Miss M. 'F.Beale "' "
; '
12. British 11. from Saloniki began'as woman in the world, in New. a* director. \ ," N. C BRYAN.
captured Contalmaison. offensive northward, through Mace.donia. York city; aged 82. 1l
Gorman D____ repulsed French south of.theM .I .. IS. Prof.: Elf. _Mat__ ._.t>ntl-.<"* _-.aJbacteriologist If you would know of Miss., 8ealel'.* ; 4
-- -- '
w".wq1tl. .. -:" v excellent leadership, come out, just; a* ThW
I Roumanians entered the war sharer in theme Nobel ". ters Carson
* British"
Basentin and new-positions east of lane, aiming to invade Transylvania. 71. Promptly at 9 o'clock all lights are _
recaptured Delville ,Germany declared war on Roumania. 22. James Whitcomb out and
wood and Longueval.- British Riley, popular singers are homeward bent.
4 ed at pvillers and Pozieres. attack. I 80. Roumania forced three mountain poet, at Indianapolis; aged 68 (about). In the two hours, fine practice work .1

t:: r;.20.. Allies attacked passes into Hungary and captured Angost. I Is vigorously carried Grocery o ;
of 17 miles along the front Kronstadt; north of Vulcan pass and 7. Gen. D. McM. Gregg, noted Fed- on musically. mpany
on Somme with 200,000 Incidentally :
i an industrial center. eral cavalry leader in the civil happy repartee and
men (German) estimate). At one point I 31. Reading, Pa. war, at friendly rivalry add much to the ",
r th* German first line was pressed back Turkey: and Bulgaria declared ; aged 83. ..
:war on Roumania. 12. Gen. C. J. Paine soldier general
800 y side and the salient at Verman- i and spirit

f doyiUen penetrated; elsewhere re-. September. _.' Weston prominent, Mass.yachtsman; aged 83., at Weston, The music selected is of the very Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ;

pnlied.September.. C. Bulgars and Germans capture 81. John P. St. John, noted best The second chorus number is
bridgehead of Tutrakan, on the Dan- 'leader, nominee for President now being prepared. GROCERIESWE
26. Anglo-French force captured ube, 50 miles from Bukharest. 1884, at Olatba, Kan.; aged 83. in This week prcatice wee given to -
Combles 14. Teutonic allies
on the Somme front defeated Russians .
at Dobric, in Dobrudja. September. carols for our first community Christmas
October. *
"' 29. Von 2. Samuel W. Pennypacker, noted tree. Old favorites were rehears --
French Falkenhayn's column
on a 4 1-3-mile surrounded governor of I
R front at Verdun, capturing a fort of the Roumanians near Red 72- Pennsylvania; aged ed. "0 Little Town of Bethlehem," . . + . . . . . . . . . . . . . f'a
? 'i Douaumont and 3,600 prisoners. Tower pass and destroyed their army. 16. Horace White, old time journalIst 'Oh' Come All Ye Faithful," "Joy To .

,'r (Germans captured Donaumont May October. __ in New York city; aged 82. The World" bringing right into our SELL: WE BUT ..
aI1 24, 1916.) 8. Teutons recaptured Kronstadt, 16. Gen. Basil W. Duke, brigade hearts the joyful Christmas spirit .. .-,
*"* 'NovenWr.. Hungary, which the Roumanians took leader under John H. Morgan, the HAT .. '.'J...
r i 8..French reoccupIed Fort Vaux, Aug. 80. Confederate raider in New York After tne holiday: these communitysing HIDES .. .'

Verdun.: 23. Constanta, on th. Black sea, city aged 78. should be so well atended thata GRAIN .. 'i 1,
\* \ '1$. British launched new drive i on Roumanians chief port, captured by: 1 f. Seth Low educator and civic larger room should be necessary ; FURS .ji.
w the Anere line ft mile wide.December. Germans and Bnlgars. lea4erLin New ork city; aged 65. to accommodate the company.. FERTILIZERS ;

:; 24. Roumanians evacuated Cerna- 19. Prof.Frank Dempster Sherman, An WOOL j
& 'After prolonged' bombardment voda, on the Danube. art teacher and poet, in New York eveningone* a week with SHINGLES .. ;

and successive attacks at Verdun, the 26. Danube bridge at Cernavoda city; aged 56. friends and neighbor, singing songs AND 7p
German captured the summit of hill was blown to check October. :you like best or In preparing a piece ORANGE BOXES .
804. up invading army tiw/tlf'&i William Warner, former of great choral work, doe much to ALL .. ',
28. Roumania
r moved capital to -. '.
States Senator WRAPS .
s Jassy.November.. from Missouri banish the cai M of the day.: It affords
WAR ON THE SEA. and pan comm r-In-chief of the COUNTRY
v Jam G. A. R. I. Xartau CUr: .Mo.; and 78. cultural pleasure-personal and VEGETABLE CRATES :.
18. Franco-Serbians: captured Hill U.. Williarn 111. Chase. noW communal. Comet help a* well the rRODUd 1,:_

stT Germany: agreed that survivors 1212, In front Monastir. Bulgars trait palater, in New York Sty; joyful) chorus. CRATE NAILS .
;* torpedoed would not bo sent evacuated Monastir. aged 67. I I. .
;' drift in open boat and that she 21. Antsro-Germans captured Craiova 81. Chafl.s T.*. Russell, preacher RUSSIAN BUSINESS METHODS. . . . . . . . '. . . . . . ., e . "4 ;

; 'nuld pay for lives. lost .on the Lost..March. .. RoaIDBftla. ,with heavy booty.: and-ect t.r, known -Pastor" Rus F

24. Falkenhayn'B army: recaptured sell, at Pampa,Tex.; .aged /. Illustrating Russian deliberation in w. sell fi U aad garden Mod of aU kind. "' y''.

tti .- Mackwm's Orson and reached troops: crossed Alt river.the Von November.10. < business affairs & W. Child in.Everybody . Wi give spinal attention to ttiag oat bunting and camping''partio. ,
\1. Dan S
German SJJPortrait
months of ernisinr sea raUer in South Moew,after abe above Cernavoda. in Hartford Conn.; aged 69.painter : **, aye that'an American: : i Fro delivery in city; _ta. 'Thon No. 12. Ii

;wet re >. 'which she captured African 25. Austro-German column of Falkt&hayn 12. ' at business nan, Went to 'Petrograd to W. are county; agent for good fertilizer Ask u* for drcular aDd. prices

,the British ship Apnam and.sank ''16 : and BnlgarTurkishGermancolumn Flagstaff 16. Arii AArMarironOlDer. sell war good,which were badly: aeed- aafortXzor*. -

merchantmen reaching home port moving* southeast and north- Molly ed. Instead of order ho received in- _
:laden;with prisoners.and gold. west respectively L met in Roumania !g"ed jS *--wi1ght, IB MataaTtont: -5
itetion to dinner lint from
f 24. .British M mile west of BukharestDeeeMber. : 16.bHQenryk ; ono Ugh
iteamer'8uuex':.; : Sienldewicx.& Polish official' then another. After week P
nov a
p.doed and aank ID! tM EDaUab char eUat, Cag c. Bryoa Pros. A. M. Prea. ,. .
f u.t0L "Quo Vadis" and Bryan, VIce P.I.wSec'y.1 .. '
,>>el, ,66 deaths.q 4. German guns shelled Bukharest Polish tale. "Fire and Sword.The a of thia no said to the bureaucrat '.:.

Jlar.: .' -o'ljJ"' 6.,:Teutonic allies captured BnEhar- Delug i" etc,: at Berne, Switzerland whOM word wa final' "Look here, !
: >.- & Gcrmaay-agroad'dlfy sub..marine l est,'former capital of Roomania. qed 70.. ; this may be the Russian way; I will

-.', warfare on merchant ships. 7. Gel Seined column checked: by: 17. John J. Enneldn, noted land Indulge in it if you wish but the American .
g1./ cUnu: hfP'-1eet''and Germans la northern Greece. German ' scape painter, In Boston; aged 76. .
1 I. to the cost of
t ':JaeaTJl'qaadro l .o&tho Brftl.b'.JI'&nd a and Bulnra 'WUU"conntorattecks 19. Ca pt J. C. Clark, veteran down,, way: charge .....-J'r
'float fought __rat, boon "-off) -.the In the Monastir section. Teutonic al- at JLonf Branch; aged 85. production and ilea to the price. Myexpenses :
,coast of Jutland. Tbo Germans re /lie* capturod 18,000 Ronmaniana in 21."-Fran.- Joseph; emperor of A eat- are .large., -Eaeh--r4aJ'.f..m. '

ported Joss of fr.cruisers. 1 battleship;' Walla. .., .....' tria and king of Hungary: ; aged 86. now on I will add,these charges to the ) .. .
rauad 6.destroyers. 22. fX&Jk00: ,_author a JJ''anItealiji Company .
British lost '
0 "
wars ? T ( A : pries.fl.was a* good aia his word, ;
t Sir Hiram i inventor
**dostroyera.wlth: in
hatU. ; .
2 :
A'*, laoubt'J 'British,'loss of life Mardu.. ; % -t f London; .aged 'd' / %! and charged,>$400
.Jr :,a '..fAOOi German, about 4,000.:"; 4ar 3L British Border*' in 1 i council sane. December. (r.< *': f 6 U, negotiation were eompletecl,'tell. .day If) d{ ... .", f[ ,, 'i : \;, '
'", ) homed the rapture of the *. John n.- later when: his contract "14 '.1 "J.L!. +' t' iM! : -* '{' '" l' ,.:.JifMi""'
,t. ..' .O. ,: *jr Jf L' ._' i neutral ship_ a M 68.--l' :! \fthbold.r :oil magnaU;- ; I* got {(4) . I <<0'.1" .t'. 4'1"'w.. \ ; .f.W'V 1 'fcj 1 ( -., *:. ,. i ij't
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a 8.s.bmatlns1.58cak,; thro Brit. H .; anon-loek.dedorty. :; .\ . 10. FWd v,"Hnha1.Oyama.14.'t, c Wheeling the lan..ladlcat *that ,.. ''If )'.' ,.,. ib''U $ii U' 4.,,' il'! t.t ..,
10 one Dutch" tad one Norwegian a,. .. ; mander com- tit ;; '.. 1"7 .. ,,, -C; .; ,. .. / '
t 26. United States' of the Japanese in the .the air! 0' ;.. ::.. ,,
demanded that army 1 :
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III..'. Tbre.'j|>aricterB.. Influence ofChifiq.:,ir I,..h.1tit'i ,( :iAn i' 8 1'IEt. r, . .', .

Every man, baa three,.characters rA !!.
J. : : '" w JU Ac i
,\1 awbteb e,eGblllitly; thabwhl i b. .C' IBS On 'o a 'JresSiest "i i J a rr9 0 r. ; A\J. TI '. F feel. tr -. I
ha .*;!and that;which he.tWuks i'C i i;t er, t ; : "" jf call. / OM -btaTU. tha tags. V, .Mlite* -wIF ..-....... ..
tabu. r \ ed Z t MterrkKl -dtlMUk nd yes sea .ea.f .. eoId. A esld .
xehang..t" ; 'ibe Tap.ct.d'Lael1aEurdayl
,:$ j .- city. I __ ,, .
. . j .. tfSpedat'Correspondence.' r.t; tarrII. .
....., ..
t becoming .. .... .
,,. r '. '. .) 'open neck :With sth! l favor 'h. OI.'M'tIr .
.' I. r ; I ( }; n..ucavatorbaieft; ; .JAaa&,-. .. wendit ..... ..... -- :
'(4 ......,J>.A. ".. -''- '. NEW!IYORKk.De*. n.,:CosmepoHtaa ,collar collar Is and used closingat, With the side t1blltb', those: 'iv rSand' ba.-ubn';a' tryoutla!,' the i PERUNA 13 INVIGORATION 11
New Y er-k'grows more cosmopolitan the' country.i.Pentabostal': ;. ... ... .. .
dresses much Impression 'H tM w..t..tSw tae b<
daily: Even ... her doors are give very observed late .... ...._ '1M oray___ F. h ... ...,. i ... ..... ,
has been \
: R1 open tto' those i from th..>most distant of a suit.f'It : ,.... .......... '. .... ......a. '
RllRSIj': P JTIER parts of the,..orldl" so,,are the minds thatf such.of 'suits dresses have giving been 'the very appealrano much- ,meetings ' been ..0 the _U"r- .rtM ..W.. ..w..tbat M7 .1 suipts.w M
; 1 a
) to h.Ic1ln "
fashion for the week.
< of her d..lpen..openl reeive worn at afternoon: functions. A waist a tent past whet tea ....... tabs '
ideas from the four corners of Umld K table fans tot to, e.. ;
4. sometimes give ---- :
with a short'peplum :
turned s
:') : '" the, earth.. 'Whatv r may-be-latillced thsi"'effeetspecially whet the ares The motorboat: / keport. w on .0 .- '. .l 'tlwte i o.Uv.a.1s|
SELLS ...: to I. good quickly \ velours ,theother'wool ---.- lever _Ie. ,18 tablet toep N 1e ales.
..... and brought before the public for the ia developedTin velvet, "rr the ways at Capt. Knight's, shipyard __ is ..... mod ... eewwra ." J
i' materials which are used out .........erty"..., set :
world of fashionable women to peal Saturday for aq \
''' both for suits add dresses. repairs, Capt.: Knight ..wI.- ld. aM fl.OI.
iFire, Lifer Accident .and "OX- ). .. Aeeeasories Of Deems. 1 thinks building ways at:;Moore I r:..:: I.... .../LXa ;1sb .. .

comC rfn.l' 'influence Far East.In Japan'se dresshas Now, that Christmas la close at hand 1 Haven; his son having gone there to wow'THRPIRt1NACQ.col..b.d' : .:,
Health, Plate Glass, Liability ) all the dainty feminine accessories in .
and Chinese embroideries and like investigate conditions., I' .. .. J
every form\ are displayed) to the greatest
I and Boiler Insurance 1 1j.f' effects hav*' 'come in for' recognition advantages in the stores Bags of ''''rJF ,II
wi :.*., ken quite an important for these The. Episcopal Guild Is practicingon I : ,-.n'
*<;.. in the world fashion.Showing all considered there are, 'TERRITORIAL TAXATION!: ; Minerals that carry radium
L Hzecu ed'! 1 are a' 'very necessary addition a play that will be given some time
Generally fairly to determine. ODe'of
to the wardrobe In these days. ,speaking, the cost of,territorial easy them
this winter.R. '
It. \ Needed. Bags of velvet, suede,; ribbon and beads administration in jhe United pitch-blend., as .generally' found'U"a-! :, J
Same Day i are seen in such a variety of colors States is born by th.'f.t.laI'e-o.ern. black mineral about as heavy-as ordinary

) & and shape that 'no one can possibly J. Bolles says he is going to ment.. In. Hawaii a direct 'propeRY : Iron, but much softer,, --Thar
have any difficulty in selecting those build a railroad from here to Fort : i'
i. tax: brings in most of the' receipts principal radium ''mineralcarnotitev
that will harmonic with her costumes.Of
t OffiCE: State Bilk Billdlij black velvet with a band of Paisley Pierce. Hope he gets at it soon. which In 1914 were $3,768,468, 'while has a bright canary-yellowcolor. and c cis

placed at the bottom or in the centerare the expenses of the territory. were generally powdery., k. i

I some very attractive round baftnl.hed We enjoyed: a trip to Opal Sunday The
(4,687,545.( revenues 'of Alaskaare
with long silk tassels. Others with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Singletaryand
show Chinese .embroideries in gold mainly derived from business licenses Deep-seated coughs that resist ordl L.
rf, komDAMEtaiPPRovUaCfII'1AN i and colors.' The bead embroideredbags Juliette. Out in the wild we ; they'amount to about 1,000-: nary remedies ''require both'external P

U ACTU Rt II of silk and velvet are still pop. partook of a fish fry _roast .. ular. Silver mesh. bags are.also worn. coffee and the rest of the good thingsthat States '
C .-::. such dinner. The government has spent f41,560,. dollar bottle BAIXARD'S HOREHOUND -
METAL go'with a day .
168 in administering the territory of SYRUP,you ce .two remedies -,
CEILINGSCULVERTS.SHINGLES was pleasantly spent.E. Alaska Including the purchase priceof you' need for the price of; on/

17,200,000. The United States congress Then. Isa: ERRICK'S' RED,'PEPPER

... Arndt has bought ten acres pays one-half of the expensee'or POROUS PLASTER [forth' ,, f

AND OTHER across the canal, towards Bassenger, the District of Columbia its citizens chest,"free ,with.each bottle., -
and f is clearing the same of palmetto. S,:, ,
SHEET METAL the other half. Osceola. rm'f7.
and will plant an orchard there v *

L BUILDING AMATERIA .1 - - . . . . . .
.. .. 1, D. B. McCarthy is building a *9999*,*+*999m**+m. +.*t1. >mH. .!.*.*,*,*+++*9m**+ -;>,

VRiTt TOOArfO two SPECIALAlON! ; "t. i'; I 6' "
blacksmith shop on North Park street

JACKSONVILLE CATALOGUU. :.... ..QUOT... ":)LA." John opposite/Hall the will Supply do the Company's blacksmithing store, I' ,Cold Storajeoriresh: :;Meats;:> j a l:,.

with McCarthy as manager. rr "a r
: :
MUSTANGFor i. ,1 .. :
Storage Rate Beginning December tt ,
The Standard Oil Company has I I"

selected Moore Haven as its distributing Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound,'Fifteen Day r'

I= Sprains Lameness point for the Lake Okeechobee Curing* Pork ready for'smoking, '1 '12c. per' pound,'

Sores, Cuts Rheumatism ,. section. Twenty Days' I

Penetrate. and Heal Oriental Influence. Curing and Smoking, Twenty-five DaJ'',/ 2c pound.-: i ea
Three candidates took their third ,-.. .. -. -
Stops Pain At Once Many of the windows of the best ,
degree in Masonry Tuesday evenlnlr-
Man and Beast shops are now displaying the real Japanese E
For and Chinese garments with i Messrs. Schumann, Trask and Nelson. Bring us your hogs the day.they,are killed., ''cop. will dt', ,
25c.50c.l', AtAllDealon. their rich silks and gorgeous color-

Ings. Most of us however, are con Last Saturday night Fort the.reU 'j?,
tent to admire these beautiful .
LINIMENTTHE costumes lieves the monotony of rural life bya ... s I 1 _,
in the windows. No one has r '. ,,
yet appeared on Fifth Avenue arrayed debate on, the subject; "Shall x
in// the true costume from the land Women Vote?" Mr. Thornquist and KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE 0.e )

of the cherry-blossom. But many Mr. Fred Davis represented the affirmative : :
have been seen in costumes showing :
while Messrs. Barton
Guy and
SHOEFIXTRYFred sketch the Oriental above illustrates.influence such as the spoke for the negative aide. The- .... + > i . M O W ..*

Another country from which has Distinctly Russian In Effect. debate was held in the new large

Hereberg Proprietor. come inspiration for some of the present Beaded girdle., ostrich fans which schoolhouse, which was filled to its capacity ......... . .....*<.......i...*.*.*.e..oe.*......i.OOiO...'
styles is Spain. The red and black used for'winter
are and operas '
(Room No.6. Fleming Building) combination worn by the dark-eyed and which come in all colors to match and althe\ speakers'were S i'
Darlington Ave. senoritas of that country is frequently I the gowns with which they are used, loudly applauded. The judges rendered S, GRIFFIN BUYS AND 'SELLSIREAL ESTATEA
used with charming effect, especially and dainty neckwear are only a few a verdict in favor of the affirma ,I
In semi-evening gowns. From Spain of the tempting accessories on dis tive. SPECIAL ATTRACTION ia 700 acres of HIGH-CLASS CITRUS .
also have come the beautiful fine lace play.
scarfs or 'mantillas, which are now Lace neckwear with high collars LAND southeast of Wg Lak. Apopka and Bear brick...., '
fashionable and the combs Our office assistant was asked this
large and- long flowing jabots .is again in '
which are used with the.coiffure that style, and those who never were able question recently by a small boy This land baa TWO,MILES .OF LAKE, SHORE.. .Its.. ''eeeDfI'J", ..
Is distinctly Spanish. to 'wear the low collars becominglynow "Who discovered this country f The etc, make It ideal for 'country homes." .
It is welt known that from Russia have the chance to revel in these.
also we have received a great 'many But the low collars still numerous, reply was "Christopher Columbus, 1 .- Will sell aU or part. :.. '
contributions to the styles, not only in made of line linen, batiste Georgetteand suppose.". "Naw," says the' boy,
the line'of blouses and dresses, but in net, embroidered ever so.daintilyand *Twas Pete RauUrson." Also first-claas. building ,lots ia:Orlando and I Apopka. 1

the Russian turbans raised high in edged with lace,for further decor. . .' '.
I :front. Some of the turbans are worn' ation. '. ORLANDO 'OFFICE ,In OrlindoBank, and TnutciCoNpaaj, '1 1e
I with chin-straps, or "brides," to whicha Lingerie was never so irresistible as The Civic Club gave mother of its '' : '

Bring'ua your old shoes.and let veil Is often attached. It is now. Of sheerest Georgette popular dances Friday night,, with BuU..I'I. ," . r i r ',..., ,." ,. ) q7
The Russian- blouse dress -'wIth a crepe: and silk voile'In delicate colon music by Prof. Rabbitt. Everyone j e t
h us fix: them "like- new.' All. work' long blouse reaching to the knee and are garments of every type..Fine em- bad a good time. ,These dances are KISSIMMEE, !! .OFFICE] In GrifflnV. : ;Garlige.12';,;, : Po.deELAva: ';
guaranteed.KISSIMMEE; Jailing over a pleated skirt is one-of broidered underwear. of Is always tl
the best-liked! styles of the season. correct. Wash satins course.and crepe. popular and'well patronized. 0 00. .. .e 44ei *e) f 4 M f ,
FLORIDA Sometimes it is made with a high de chine are more favored than ever,

close-fitting: collar and again, the 1 for lingerie materials. According to the Call the prohibi- ., ,

tion sentiment is so strong in Okee

-GIVE; "SYRUP OF FIGS- ing. and have a well chobee that an artesian well actually
you plartulchild ; '
TO CONSTIPATED CHILD again. Ask your druggist fora went "dry." That's overdoing it, to be May-Stout Lumber Go. :
60-cent bottle of "California Syrup sure, but 'rah for Okee'chobee-and :
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" of Figs" which contains full direc
can't harm tell it to Catts.-Fort Pierce News. a
tions for babies, children of all DEALERS IN
little Stomach liver ages Fi I
,, sAwnlu. and bowels and for grown.-upi. That's not telling how' wet it is '

eALL A new dust-laying preparation, the down by the river.ASeminole House Building Materials of alll 'v;
Look at the
tongue, mother 1 If
coated little one's basis of which is molasses, has been Indian was around one
your stomach liver
SUPPUE5 and bowels need cleansing onoe. introduced in the South African mines. day recently selling venison. It was Kinds -H-

When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't The which very good meat, and, as we had ducks
Write For Prk.sMd'w' deep, eat or act naturally or is feverish preparation contains a and coots also, we lived high :for a Novelty Works in Connection'AD ;
stomach Hour, breath bad; has small .quantity of some disinfectant, j -
Catalol sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, day. All this came after Thanksgiving -
give a teaspoonful of "California Sy forms a thick coating on the under- too.WANTS. we ask is let Ds figure OB your estimate J 'i:
t rup of Figs" and in a few hours all I ground walls and surfaces and closely :
the foul, constipated waste, undisested KISSIMMEE ICE PLANT Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. 1
food, and tour bile gently moves covers all dangerous noxious mat- PLAN AT PALM BEACH. '
out of its little bowels without grip- I ter. Phone 21 Fla!
Over at Kissimmee the ice plant Kissimmee, ; j ;
has made an innovation which cannot

e MIDWINTER IDEAS FOR THE HOME DRESSMAKER but prove a success-providing,
t farmers will lend their co-operatiorf

to the proposition. This is nothing 'I 1r g

The ''McCall less than an addition to the ice plant

CO, R. for the purpose of smoking, curing

..,. .01.0 ri Book ofFashions and preserving meats as they are R. S. FLOYDDealer
.. brought in by the farmer.
RUBBER COPPER At first the plant made changes

TIRES BRASS I whereby a curing room only was In .
provided; and so popular did this be- :

TUBES LEAD WilIer Quarterly come and so many demands were Groceries Hay, Graip and Feed

ROPE SCRAP IRON made upon it by the farmers who,

RAGS BONES B*...lf.l ._1... were desirous of consuming the meats' Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. .
% III..treated la .e they raised that the company decidedto
\\1' REMIT PMftPra wan rich ...1..rf add a smoking room where the
SEND IT 1'0 US WE + "
Write For PriedistFFSUTAPHfTAIIO ..T.r4 by ......* 'meats might be subjected to that pro Try Us on YouivNexlPrdeF For Feed > 'r
f r (!-wl.t.r. "('" 'J'.1\I\ ,
Th* .'i'.1 attractive
;,, e vartfeirHOW .. cess.The time will come when precisely .

6S7 C.BAY JACKSOWVIUt.nA. ....ri.J.. .tpl. such a combination will be needed in "I .... ... .J', I. .a.p this city; but that time 1 is not yet. .. ..,
,- --
.. When there shall be those in the coun-

.t-" t tI I ON SAL I try around about who will take advantage INSURANCE and RAL'ESTATi: ;: : '
Ask Your Grocer '. of the opportunities which are
J The McCall even now theirs, and will see that no '
i. rr I i I very great amount of their holdings Let as Insure; your Life your Health, your" Property., ;.; ; /

'Winter Book shall go to waste; when they 'will Information in regard'to., property for! J ..<

( I', ,I: learn that to buy at prevailing prices sale and rent dleerfuUy'sivenZ: '.
CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES ; that which they could produce at one :- ..
r + r 'of f fashions' I fourth the coat Is simply folly; 'whansuch In addition to'illteeia othkr good companies'we.

t :4 a time shall' Tom.--to' pass-as .,tiowrepresent the.wellknownHokE ? "
1\0: --PYieetsnj.Zpa; ( II *% ....... ;
ir,: $&eC.t"""'N."I', NaCaII'-aN.749' uo.' there must Be .before many' 't years 1 '>fetRE'lNJ5URANCfejCQ +o1r.New : ;
i, Tiuwfer p* lcaN..40l ,'f n1.rD.laNar4laded."a' shall'CO ,.by-there"will be need ben!1. : ,
: ,F>tECOUPON. : fee J'ev/claelce"/ aay r.;.iLL PATTERN: '; for'air institution'to ear*,for"an,theurplu''unti'auch'a'tlma ''.- ;:-I>.'-\'k-; ." ,, "ViTjAlSecond Vfi7.., .
best By Every Test .. ,'A., 5 :CILBERI' , KI5SIMMEE$' \ I : floor,Citizens' Bank Wdg.; 'ICss'ejVSS..,
: -. : FLA. not be a mere surplus-but< :'A'UJH .
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This odor,3nV,.an:aoeot be Mattered wfll attract ling th*the insects.row Job jr { ;, ;; I, \

: CALOMEL: ,DYNAMITES, YOUR, LIVER 01"\\incircles; ';arrand- the pilnio': ",bat aod:; ..... ; ; i iv..uq ,
mint not touch the talks of the
.. plant This mixture will kill aH thecutworms
I r '} : ; that rat'ADd nougnwill \ .'
: MAKES' tOU"'stek'AN SALIVATES I eat of it to be of material help
k. } but the real control;of cutworms .
I _ "
!:.':::!! t" I $ '.' a '
GROVESGARDEN ct 6ba are (anted. Air' weeds'sbotil '
be kept off the, place for threeor
,.,' .....'.u..r TmN( torts' tttr the Tone tonight.. Tour druggist or dealer' & FIELD. four week and, if 'crawls come ate seen
ells you a 60 eeat bottle of Dodsoa'SLiver on the. surface of the ground, his
'\' Mbr red btaMl ttt Urn DM!. Ton under .my personal money-. QUESTIONS AWSWEMD IMMBMATBUT! poison should be scattered broadcast.
back guarantee that each spoonful .will ,
,' Uss'a\ tor's Wot clean your sluggish Urer batter than a i Mss N M.a.PILt"oa.ayo MAUL Dan Moe: SOIL 'BUILDING."I I :., h ;
eaJotnel and it won't -
of that
nasty wkuoM &TooMes Fcamiiasi COMMMT: ,
make sick.Dodton's .' have a lot that U high in1n
Urea tip'your sluggish liver/I Feel you JACa5ORVILa. FaA. sandy loam. Do you think it possible STATE
. ....aadobs.rfult jnake your work a Liver Ton I. real liver to build this up so I can have a lawn 0 Car"- & ,
V 'pleaarsb.. vigorous and full of ai bllion. medicine. You'll know it next morningbecause DIE-BACK. and a home garden U so, please tell
\ ,But take' no nasty, dangerouscalomel yon will wake up leellng'dn., me how-to do it." + Moisture : ,
, because It makes i you sick and .your liver will be working I headache "What kind of fertilizer do yon, Answer There should be no diff. +San4 .,? '
; you may loci a day's work.. ; and dizziness gone;, .stomach, will be recommend for die-back," culty whatever in building: up your 0
}{. ,Calomel Is 'mercury or quicksilver sweet and bowels regular.- Answer: The only thing that can soil. This winter we would plant it to 0 We
which I causes necrosis of toe boD_ Dodson's Liver Tone Is entirely vegi- be t don in the-wsy of fertilization for either rye or oats to cover the jJ'Ound 4 and other
; Calomel crashes into sour bile likedynamite'breaking Labia, therefore harmless and can not trees in die-back condition is to use and to add humus' matter. a In the< limestone.Its
; It up. That's when salivate. Give it to your children. 'purely chemical materials and make an spring we would mow this and let all 0
h you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Millions of people are using Dod on', application of blueetone. We used to the growth go back into: the soil, and 4 .
Listen to met If you want. to enjoy Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel recommend about one pound of blue- plant with velvet beans. Velvet bean any
,: 'the nieest, gentlest! liver and bowel now. Your drought", will tell you that stone to a good-sized bearing: tree, this are just as good for soil improvers as 0 We
o cleaastnfr.vou! experience4 just take the sale of Calomel it almost stopped scattered in a circle just under the cowpeas and do> not develop root.knot. several
i fit spoonfU of harmless Dodson's Liver entirely here.r outermost branches, where it would be You should never plant cowpeas .where I 0 DRY
most quickly taken up by the feeding you expect to raise vegetables, as prompt
,, roots; but }later experiments have practically all our vegetables are susceptible 4 We
tended to increase this amount so that dleman's
'\' to root-knot. In the fall you
I WI'' t the: general recommendatibn at the I should cut up the velvet beans by running solutely '
present time f is three or four poundsfor a disk harrow over them, setting 4 the
[ a good-sizd( bearing: tree. the harrow shallow, and then, when 4 Our
Spring Bluestone is only a tonic and there the vines are dry either harrow or 4 the finest
can be no permanent relief until the plow them in. About a month before / /
cause of dis-back has been removed. planting, spread broadcast
Some of the causes are poor drainage, pounds per acr of either low-grade ) I
; Y WTT Application lack of lime in the soil, ill-advised cul tankage or sheep manure disking It '"' Building, ,
tivation (that is, too deep plowing; or in thoroughly; then plant your grass .
cultivating,: durinp-hot and wet weather and crops, using a reasonable amountof OOO

Bearing and Young Trees) ), turning: under green vegetation, fertilizer from the right sources
i or an excessive application of some ef and of right analysis. Keep stable .
the organic fertilizer materials. Persistent manure away from your lawn, becauseof
cases of die-back are not infrequently the vast number of weed seeds it
t. Florideal SpecialYou found on high and well- contains and be sure to make this
draIned land. In every instance of dieback heavy application of organic matter
a cessation of cultivation, the before the grass is planted.
use of purely chemical fertilizer ma- In
get a dollar's worth of plant food for each terials, and possibly an application of never raising expect the as heavy vegetables a you of need cabbage

dollar and an additional dollar's value in the correct luestone have proved of great benefit. tomatoes, or Irish crop potatoes as-

. proportioning to give beat results. Where land is poorly drained or shows you would get on heavier soil; but .
i .' an acid soil, rood drainage must be you can have a real good home .
S Write for; catalogue and prices. established and/ lime applied in .addition den, for most of the vegetables that
i to the above treatment.
you would raise in a hone gardenwill
l There is one very worn* idea about grow" to perfection. You would .
LWilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. die-back trees which is quite generally of course, plant velvet beans ea-h
IDL accepted; that is, that their conditions summer and continue to enrich'your
Mwraftctvtn Meal Fertffizen caused by too'much ammonia. As a land.
"" t matter of fact, a die-back tree is gen-
:V ,,, Dealer ia Fertilizer Materials erally suffering for ammonia because
Spravinf Materials and Insecticides soil conditions make bacterial action TIIRIPS ON ONIONS
so slow that,however much has been "I am sending
a Jacksonville. Florida applied, enough does not become available hoping you can tell : : :
i t w 1 properly to support the tree. The matter. I lost a whole patch last year
idea of too much ammonia originatedat from this same trouble. You will see
'+' !I'I" the time when organic ammoniates the tips turn brown and die back."

I were common; but it was the organic Answer: The onions have every evi- .
F matter that helped to bring about this dence of thrip infestation, which can
condition, and not the actual ammoniaas be readily controlled by spraying with

_ \ ToId! ; By:Girls Of Osceola Canning Clubs II IIBY plant food. black-leaf 125 gallons 40 of at water the rate in which of 1 pound enough to I

,, CUTWORMS Isoap has been dissolved to break the
hardness of the water. If you want
it "'LAURA ,JIILL-NARCOOSSEE.I had to carry water to the plants every "Pleas tell me how' to kill cutworms a smaller quantity of spray, you can
other They are cutting: my-straw- mix it at the rate of 1
4 set'out!; my plants about the first night.The berries bad." teaspoonful ;

i w"f Septe'rnber.. I had about one-tonth! bushes grew tall and large, but Answer: The cutworm is -a dif. not black-leaf fail to 40 to 1 gallon water. Do
not,with a hearty look. We got some very use the soap as this is oi
i of'an icr... tomatoes off them. icult pest to control because it prefers great help in making the black-leaf 40

I prepared my land by plowing, We staked the plants and took the ,tender, green vegetation to any poison spread evsnly.! Be sure to spray thoKousrhly. -
best care of them but dried that can be applied. The best poisoni Thrips not only cause the
I they
iii hoeingand, harrowing. cultivated up ooooo o
i smade of 1 Paris
and died. pound green to 20 ends to turn brown and wither down,
9 'my-land with a hoe and a rake. Miss Smith taught us how to make pounds cottonseed meal, with a little but later on there are little yellow
My fertilizer was Armour's Fruit the emblem' for our syrup to sweeten and water enough to spots which appear farther down on -
and Vine. I applied it at three different The club: has got Interested in make it crumbly. If enough citrus the leaf stalks, and these gradually :
dV, times. The first time, when I set canning. I have put up some fruit by fruit is chopped up to give it a strong grow together.

out my plants, I used a small quantity I myself. It has also taught me how I"Y

t, of horse manure also. About one to garden as I never tried before. ganized at the Long School, near Ash. I .
V month later I used an application ofArmour's !
Fruit and Vine. I put it CANNING CLUB EXHIBIT AT blna Smith reported a new club or- LW.C.T.IJ.

w, about six inches from my plants and DUVAL.;'COUNTY FAIR. ton, where the teacher of the school I COLUMNECHOES J

: !K then" covered it with a slight hill of The home-economics further identified herself with the interests -

'another i; St. Johns county girls were award of her pupils by joining: the ALONG THE WAY.
from the first prize at the Duval county club also. The enrollment follows:
z epharvesting Fair held this month in Jacksonville.
I tomatoes Miss Sarah Miller, teacher; Minnie
The work of the Mrs. William Jennings
\ Hillsborough Bryan has
$ about the flrst.,of.January. ,About th* girls obtained the second prize.county The Bronson, Ovedo Long:, Lee Long, Joe accepted the superintendency of, the Write.
first'of February there came a severe ;
scores made by the girls exhibiting Miller, Ardell Batton, Mittie Batton, ;
frost, which killed a few,of them; but from the several counties are as fol. Albert Hearn. department 'of Peace and Arbitrationof : : I ;
V I'got up early the next morning and lows i' . ., i the National l ,W.,C. T. U. BEST
to the and ----
carried water garden
sprinkled the plants before the sun St. Johns _.._._1.:-.....__.__ __101 At the Alligator Lake School during
and ,saved most of,them but Hillsborough __ __.___________ 99 "Frances Willard" Wang, a dainty We sell (
' the was.,aun up'arose before I 'got quite? all Marion __'__ :_:..______________ 97H a recent visit of Miss Smith, Mit- little maiden of 19 years, representedthe (
-of Manatee __ __ _.i_____________ 94H tie Bronson and Mary Stevens indi- I great republic of in rows
th.m'sprayed. Santa Rosa ___________ China at the (
.}, bout the last of February, we had __ _____ 91 cated their intention of joining: the'
another frost which I did not think Leon. ,,______J______________ 904 club movement. 'national convention and won all
; 'would, hurt the, but it did. Then Putnam __ _________ ________ 90 I hearts by her modest and delightful (
the dead limbs flanta. and Jackson ._ ___________________ 90 [presentation of the needs of her vast on your
;. on.: from which ,I got another ones Polk __ ______________________ 88% Miss Albina Smith, county agent country. .

-came crop in May Volusia _? ________-___________ 83 for the Home Extension work for Os- I ---4 .. ,-

My land was prairie land of a blackor ceola county, will spend the first weekin i The Signal The THE: :
says: general officers
.' which -
soil recommendedto
brown was '
January at Tallahassee, where she
me as good land on which to grows CANNING CLUB NEWS of the World's W. C. T. U. will
will attend the
agents' meeting.
'if. tomatoes.My call a world-wide conference to be

plants were Stone tomatoes. The Unusual held at the close of the Europeanwar.
,'II 'reason I can not give exactly all the I activity prevails in Can i WHAT TO PLANT ABOUT KI- This
h the work I did was because our house ning Club circles throughout the significant gathering the
was burned April 23, and my record I, SIMMEE IN DECEMBERAND most momentous in the history of our
book was destroyed, and I can not remember county where the members are now JANUARY. international organization, will prob-
all the work done in my gar reaping the rewards of winter gar-
Dl'oember-Beets, Brussels Sprouts, i I ably meet on the other side of the
dens or preparing the ground for
1 'I< sold nearly all my tomatoes to the the spring which will be seededin Cabbage plants and seeds, Carrots, '!I ocean. The United States is one of
stores and a few of the private families crop Celery seed and plants, Collards, ''forty countries federated in the

,, around here. February.. Tomatoes will probably Kale, Lettuce, Mustard, Onion Sets, |['/World's W. C. T. U., whose tenth triA
I cawed: nV eai:! ,,-just enough to be the favorite crop fer the coming ennial
?_V V learn how_which I liked very well.I season. Radishes, Rape, Rutabagas, Spinach I convention would have met
had a few insects to Lother my Special attention is also Swiss Chard, Turnips, Oats, Strawj j'' this year but for the tragedy of the
tomatoes They would go in at the being given berry plants. 'I'war. In the beloved and honored
blossom end of the tomatoes and eat toward preparing an exhibit of canned
,+,r, January-Asparagus seed, Bruss.elsSprouts president of our world-wide organization -
cUt\ 'tbe inside products for the Osceola County
*| had a few ther vegetables in my Fair, which will be held in February, Cabbage plants and seed, Rosalind, Countess of Carlisle,
i, garden. when Carrots, Cauliflower seed, Collards, we have a sagacious and brilliant
prominence will be ] ( )
given to citrus
4 a -
:V l The Canning Club has helped me to Eggplant seed, Irish Potatoes, Kale, leader. Lady Carlisle's generous giftsto
f Cin1 also oth. products, including jellies, marmalades -
tomatoes, ar : ninny Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Mustard, Radishes, the missionary fund of the World'sW.
etc. i
:vegetables. It is probable that uniform con- Rape, Spanish Onion seed. Spinach, C. T. U., with those of Mrs. Caro-

'BY, EUNICE MILAR CENTER tainers will be purchased for the Tomato seed, Turnips, Corn Oats, line McDowell of Pittsburg, have made
PARK. Sugar Cane. possible the extension of our organi-
girls for this exhibit when
a portionof
j.. 'How became a member of the the zation in many lands. I
prize the
money won by clubsat
Canning Club: PLANT FLAME FLOWERS FOR ---- :
My sister belonged to it last year, the "short course" recently held in JANUARY BLOSSOMS. 10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF '

,and she raised so many nice tomatoes., Kissimmee will be used to defray the BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor f. : l
; and Rant to the exhblit overt a*. Kis- expense. On of the most desirable vine. for ,

Ma aimme, and was entertained so nicely covering wall areas Is the bignonia Sick Headache, Soar Stomach, : I >
Mrs. Tiller and Mrs. Sluggish Liver and''Bowels
over there by -They' ;
flame flower. Two
i Barclay, and was given a prize of Ila Fansler has returned from attending venusta or plants Work While You Sleep : :
4 $2.60 in trade at Mr. Katz's dry- the "short course" at Talla- will cover the south wall of the com- 1 : 1

1 ,g This store. hassee, where she enjoyed.the distinction mon-sized cottage, whether it be of Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indi- ,
made me have a great desireto of being the youngest student wood or stone. gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable

try selected tor a prize a piece also.I of. land between enrolled in the institution.' She is 11 The plant will bloom in Decemberand Headaches come from a torpid liver
and clogged bowels which.caus..
I our orange: trees. It was near the years of age. Ila brought home with January, presenting a solid mass your stomach to become filled with

boom, and *I ,.could go out and hoe at her the gold watch" which was" offered of orange, trumpet-shaped flower undigested food; which sours and ,

any time. about three feet .part..Y I by Mr*. Oh]. Painter Williams of clusters. After the flowers are' gone, ferments like garbage:: in a swill p
IM 1 I mad hills : Jacksonville at the the foliage will remain dense and at- barrel. That's the first otep to
put the plants in hills, so I could hoe as a prize county untold
'- around them better. I put in each hill short course. tractive.F. gases, bad misery create- indigestion yellow skin foul :

+ a pail of cow fertilizer. Th. exhibit which won these prizes F. Halma, assistant horticultur. mental fears, everything that i is, ;

V' r' \to ..The.'first-seed I sowed cam up was also displayed at the fair at Jack. the University of Florida Experiment horrible and nauseating. .A Cas-
killed the
but frost; came and
. plan > planted more seed, and sonville and,was graded 97 per cent. Station, suggests planting;: caret tonight will Tlve your constipated :
i :;t about three days later,we thought we Ph* first prize at ,this fair was awarded this vine in December or January, butIt ', and straighten a thorough out in the- .. ,

,. would see if they were up:',What wasP to an exhibit: gradiAg 98% per cent, maybe planted from pots at any morning. ''They work you while you

.,, our' astonishment;' in pulling "tip v the only' 1H per. cent higherthan little time of the year. sleep-a 10_:t box from your .. :
i!' burlap sack to find that, the 'sprouts will :
Miss .ranale ."- This exhibit druggist keep. you feel'.ng good I
{ the was pre
;t',1 fcad pushed { To Cor Cold I. 0.. for months. '
a "
'aawT W pulled off' some of F' I
Them, pared cbr amuch olderoe'ub' member; -- -
they got along all right. >t i t s t:. *'i, ' s Take LAXATITX SmOMO Maine. It.......the Gazette
pSt 'v ? >fv ?* { "jc Cash .... Headache .... work. oSJ the Cold. The Valley doe excellent
:After I transplanted the plants, tieweatherkeptsohot : DmnalMrafM. looser II U,falls to ..n. ;
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-m f qg gH 0 Hg& mm &wm* *ff** qtmtn *+&* ***'****'** ***** !'Actri ovMei."that ri. '"b'el'election ''t? t.f a'PrUyr' 'd'ao.tetsjer sjl. -- .*, ,."l.e, ...TO-'''C." ., . .' .' -

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frr. PmOJIU Is held In a / upon or .
I.' if f GEOLOGY ?! : attendanceahall mpa. "person havingooatroi a ebild \'
News Boiled Down ,sjary- .hI. !1 "
i f Interesting :;:: Pt-oed h.." Sobool Boeru L>lstrlctfor or this .aad. "Ioltln..the pryl.l.n. ( ,
the' I..ct.ol. _14. county .In. prpt .o"c..n thepartaftae '
.. The importance e to I .suaAlan "othar 1.
far-reaching vote caM Coss- or
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tb..t. ,.1r athreefifths person shall.. any parent ,
of apply n
United Stater an adequate b rq.lre ,,1.
lost in man' body. whole guardian, I To . .
: The British government ha* forbid.1 germ a 0 baa vote of a county aa a whom .1 _
of petroleum and gasolene long' was cast Against Compulsory SchoolAttendanoe'r such nUo ltyr''I.utnO all having "'
den 'ni. maoiufactureof'metal' : hairpins. In the "tropical 'country of, Brazil,been recognized by. the United State Provided.-aJso. that-when with the .wlb" .. days thereafter '' said I estate: 't--:

. The tnetal U .needed A on battlefield treshvmilk is shipped long distance lit.aea1ed Geological .,.Survey .which during 'th any county such compulsory election la school...14. In attendano.shall a whole. ; then It'.hal be upon the the duy recommendation .f theAttendance I Vouand.. and required each of 3rou'to '.p are b1'noun.

> cans with insulated wall and II last'.two yearshas made greater efforts not be enforced ls 'an", School of the Board.of Publle In. claim, and?deniande which .yoa.t$
*.. ,? 0 , I' block .f than ever. before to assist in discovering District or districts of- said struetlon to pvosecutsforthwith such either may have against; the'
: rA French shoemaker ha Patented'amaehin. kept in' perfect'eonelltlon: A- and in developing n.wol1: reserve Bar. wherein majority'Vote, was ; the name of the State of estate of Mary ILate. doaa d.iat.
that make a plaster cast ota j frozen milk i* placed in each can to', oaat 'Against Compulsory School ..AttedanC. :\ tftfm any Justice of the of Oeceola'. County. the an.
.. Brief account of the work accomplished though the majority vote of P.. County of any county dersigned Mtfete,. '3
Jueg. la.or
customer's foot; and from it I* made lower the temperature.' with titles of reports rub aa a whole was cast "For town 'the pro..C"t within. two ,, the );

a last over'which th* customer1 shoe In Sweden a loaf of bread baa Mea lished or in preparation this year,, describing Compulsory See. S. The School County-Board Attendance.of'* Bublle ed turned.Id.over. .- All to the fines custodian collected .h.1, b tte..November Slth.A LATTA.H .4te. .4', c

are . .. , j discovered that wa .made from pea j:the structure and oil prospect instruction of a county In which a..compulsory County School Fund, : { .- '_- _;-I- \ E..cutr.'
The United State Department of in and 'undevelopedarea school attendance election ''has by the County Board tfrl .b"t :

.Agriculture ha appealed to I toeople in flour in' th."da,* 'of.UviklnRs.. 'It' e.peclallyIn' the' Western been held and three-flfths of th. votes or lion for for other the . .. 'IOC.OR PIBL lATlOBT.Ofaee ...
I l legally oaat at a Special "
..Northern SUtes to feed bird in the disclose the fact that pea were' cul- .State, in the Southwest, and In the Tax Board Sea IT. purp 'Ore..shall .< Oalaeevlll. De* 11*. ,'.

'severe weather prevailing in that I tlvated -Europe more than 1,000.' midcontlnent region will be found In District or In I.:1" .wa have-the right to, visit any *>*l> _t e t.laterte. .. B. Le..

part of the country.. Otherwise the the record of the geologic Work carriedon "Vor Cnl"1..ry 8hol At.ndl".. file*, factory,:'or business house em- -
Notion ;
year* ago. ., j . loylng youthfor the purpose of en.forcing Is hereby given that WilliamW. -
',bird will starv mamed.eaeb.trlare in the several States. Even"with after publish that th* following cornpuisory the provisions of this Act-; when Brltt of Loughman. Florida
Nearly 80 cent of 'German' alcohol - CotUg home for- all the funds which, 'with Justice to school attendance laws will b* doubt exists as to,the age of a child on July II. }.} made pomeatead'ho
; per being'provided the school aU', other mineral interests could be devoted In full force and effect thirty dysthereafter trrta require a; properly attested try No: eix for 8W of-'SBK ant
1* mad from potatoe. - In-the Special Tax School certificate affidavit to lit.age uES of 8W14. Sectlon-S. TownshIp 16 '
A petrified bO eyeomb' wa found thorities of th* State of Washington. to investigations of oil and gas School Board District or.< In of Any' child.- -' South. Range S* Ea.t Tallahassee..
it ha not been found possible-to extend , DI.trl"t as may have been deterratmed 8.0.1*. BveryAttendance' Officer Meridian, haa.. lied of
by sine min.r.' in Oklahoma two or Th aim i* of rural cn the aald election. hall keep an accurate record of all to make C IDt.nt9D
three week ago 65 feet below the 'tet Jter attractive these researches at all In proportion . Every gTaai'dlan. or notIces served all cases prosecuted and flah.. cal"
more Be pr.nt .b
bee. built the 0 0 J to the increase,in public demandfor In charge of a child all other services p.rform. and shall Circuit Court at
aurface. SeI.nti.ta..y Mr. George' Boarmanof: Washing information both as to old and new.or children between the ages of eight make an annual same to meet.Florid.! o. the Utb 2-r of Jane.ary .
comb more than 2,000 year. ago, in and fourteen years and residing withina lb. County Board of Public Instruction -
editorial the
ha been Ia.ued for a pol ton, D. C., has a "maid" wHo ha been fields.A recent Special -Tax School District a School on blanks hrnth'toy the'State Super- -rciaimant-liameg ma"wrtneer
A patent In the Boarman family'* services Standard Oil Bulletinstates"T1me Bor District or a county advertised ntendent Publo Instruction the Hsnry" 'J. Popeney of ughraan//
iceman's club-that emit a noxious following manner oftener when' de Florida. 0 '
when oil strongly compulsory '
was operator were .eulr.
since she
button. II It i* to eighty-seven year*--or was provisions Shan mended '" John H.I" of LouhmaiPta
gal a pressed. Inclined to little heed to the " Cunt" B. "c .
give or no :
born. I or children to attend See. 1*. It .. of all ,
in-overpowering : obstreperous prisoners. A ferry-boat that automobiles opinion of geologists, but that time. I school of-the district principals and teachers to cooperatewith jl H. Brltt of Lu..lma". .
transports" I In which the child or children reside the Attendance Officer In the enorcement Arrnenlous Louchman.
Usii&e across a river in the State of hot.less than of each of this law. To this end It ,
I.: F. Stone, a 'dye expert, Washington operated by the power The value of the studies of geologic year, between the :11.rdr and hall be the duty of the principal or Forid ROBERT, PAVia Registrar I
there i such article a* an absolutely in the search for oil 1 not teacher In of In I-l ,.
that no of the automobile it is carried structure fourteen years of each child; the period charge every school.
"fast" dye. H. say salesmen as only.thus recognized by the great oil of attendance .hal com which pupils between the ages of eight NOTICE CIOla.
Th wheel of the empullr .
!I across. rear car I beginning school and fourteen years are t
,jiD when they say American color. are I are jacked and are connected by companies, but most of these corporation term nearest to the eighth birthdayofeach keep an accurate record In.tru.t.4 I" Ceeirt *f the ConeS Jvdge, beeeeiev,
Lot a* lasting a. any others; ' bolU, machinery up that drive the are now recruiting cot p* of geologists l- child and shall cover a p.rl" of alice of all pupils to render weekly retorts -- Caw y. Stat ef rierld '
of if' hey had not already had six years to the Aitendanes-OFficer and the Iar* *f James W. Preatla.' -'
!>r. F. C. Wood, cancer txprt oati paddlewheels 'and propeller. aa en.ut. provided. bounty Superintendent of Public Instruction -, To Rtt. . legateeadistribu
Columbia University (New York city),:'I' Richard Cornelius of ,trained geologist in theiremploy..I) Sec. -Continuous attendance upon of all pupils Imperfect In at. tees and .r. persons having claims ,or.

radium i* a failure a* a cancer Harrodsburg Naturally, the, inforniation thus acquired some other school public private or t.ndanc. showing all absences, ex- demands against said estate'C
says Ky.., is only 88 years old, but he is the by these corporations for their. church for eighty days of .each year .. un..xcu..d1 nd In the case ofan 'Tou. and each of you. are hereby
cure. .. : I father of 17 ldren-U boy and S 'during theages -of eightand fourteenof excused state the reason notified and required to Present any
in land and locating -
JapaiTl I. about to adopt an-alphabet, guidance leasing in, any child ma b* In lieu fop which the pupil was excused. claims&nd demands which you' or
girl. i drill holes i* not ACC.pte public Beo. 10. It shall be the duty of"the either of you hay. against the
to 'contain forty-seven letter, in place Persia has'no distilleries, breweries, .. explorator.public.-.a fact which : \ further! that any pri\- County Board of Public Instruction' estate of James..,P.ntl.
character and heretofore Cbcd".4 ach county to cause this Act .to be of d.c.
for pub. late Osoeola
of Chinese ,now receiving ,n. ;
ued. Most of the letterwill or public hou.... The only t .intoxicatj j make more pressing the need of thelandowner tw the ages of Ished separate and distinct from the -Dfteralgned administratrix of .- said.

will. be ing beverage used there i* home-made and of the small independent eight tdP fourteen years shall keep publication of the Acts of the ..1.1.. state,,wUhlt two years. from the date A
l>e Rotnan character some wine.: driller for all the information such record of attendance of said childor pub '
.from the Russian. alphabet, ,and. the, children- and will render such reports 1'"eI1n the Ior I'.i.r.p. one. h.LI1d.o0t. *!.< A. 'D. tilL-
jemalnderi will b. ymbols. The United,SUtes. .imports .500.000 which the Federal r.Stat. ,surveys of the earn as -hereinafter .. _
and stive It ..t..J.XAJI..RINI.t'' ,
bird yearly. can give. required of teachers of public schools; .wl.. t .
The gaaolene consumed in the Inquire of Director of Untied otherwise the attendance) upon any such the form of a at least four
United State this 1* estimated An English woman ha patented a private or church school refusing orneglecting weeks prior to the opening of the IN CIRCUiT COURT. BHVBNTH JUDt.'
year States Geological Survey, such records and to for the school beginning clal Circuit of Florida. In and forth
bunk (or Berth) for ships tbat is Walhign to keep .hol. j
stream 6 feet wide 1 foot supported .! 115. and anmiafly thereafter it
lo equal a ., for further make such reports shall not be acceptedIn County of Osceols. In Ch.Dc.r
deep, and flowing at a speed ot 1 mile *o a* to remain level,, no matter DJ lieu of attendance upon public In tbekr.diso1-eton It be necessary. W Johnson oomplainentvs. e
hour. how much the vessel rolls.. school Sue. tl. All taws and part. of laws Park: B.. L arthan; Jr V.L -'
.an 11. pCzeptlocs.-TbiU Act shall In conflict1 with the provisions of thn and I. ickren., h.. A }Pck.r.n .
A whetstone and. an ax said to be This month the Will .-Onrland CLSUE) Be. In any case in which the Art are hereby repealed. Pooser: U'Plckren' *
than 100 old lately were Automobile Company at Toledo, Ohio Under and by vlMu of"a decreeof child's physical or mental conditions as See. 11. This Act shall take effectmmedlately T>. o rah am)I Calvin Buokels and Lt. -
more year 'put into effect wage increases amount- foreclosure in the-above stated attested by any competent physicianbefore I I upon Its passage and approval I..Headley, aa former .
found embedded in the trunk of a tree cu..11 any court having Jurisdiction by the Governor. businessunder the e-p.rt.n. of.

in Sandu'.ky: Ohio. The tree I I. knownto lag to $1.250,000 a year and affecting as Spcl.1 Mil Masterfor and soil said mt the County under this Act renders Its attendanceImpracticable :Approved June I, t115. ljukel.Headley.. ands 'Individuals '- I

'U. 115 old. 21,000 employes. Court House door In the City of KI.- or Inexpedient: or In any \ : aid till persons<
year child resides I The following 'appointed to act clalmITet"W under
roue In which the more J. B. Simmons,
A bulletin issued by the Public Chinese ship fresh eggs and 'keep immee, County of O.oeola State ofFlorida than two miles by the nearest traveledroute at said election: ; ..; Respondent p
at Washington D. C. them in good condition by applying a on February 8th ItlT. between from the school-house; and transportation 3.-M. Gardner. H. N. .Brat ton and J. Blll .to quiet un. Or.. of. _.
Health Bureau thaiworry coat of made of salt of IX o'clock a. .m. and I I Is not providedor: In any W. Lilly. Inspectors; and A..E. Thomas, tlon. To all concern It''
Jay much stress on the point; paste sea vegetable o'clock p. m. of said day, the following ease of extreme poverty. In which the Clerk. 'appearing[ by I to the
shorten life. ashes, and water. described real property Bltuated In services of such child are necessary for Done by order of tIe Board of Public : Bill filed In atldayl appnde. that

The modern big 1 Is made with a ceola County Florida, the cam ..f 'Its own support or the support of Its 'n.trucUon this day of De. th-'Respondents: >William BoswelL ..'.
Princes Chimay (originally Clara gun ,the mortgaged prop.rty In .Id ca. a rents. as attested by the affidavit of A 1016.Attsst I, Mrs. A. V. Plckren and U Plckren. tier *:,
Ward;, daughter: of E. B. Ward a Detroit core of steel, around which is wound satisfy the .all Court to-wl Its parent or parents and of such witness W. C. BASS. Cbalrn husband, L. a Poeseri. L. Plckren (also ,
aiior.aire died in PaduA Italy. steel wire. In the biggest guns now The as the Attendance Officer may require C. SI. YOWELL known as f UraharnV and John p."> ,
) in there between 140 and 170 quarter the southwest quarter of the : or In any case In which said . Headley; all have addresses unknown to
use are
last wfeek. She had a career of: many northw..o quarter all In Section Four parent, l.rdla. or otherpersonhav. the complainant or to the complainantS
jimoura tb.t mad her. famout. After miles of this wire.. : half of the southeast ing eh.r. control of a child The Jmm*'. C solicitors and .it also appearing by
the toak harnessing to quarter and the southwest Quarter of shall before any magistrateby IJ Of .f C..r ,laid affidavit that the said respondent
Prince Chimay : tp By a fly a tiny'wagon Stale
marrying o
the southeast quarter of Section Five of and of such FI.r.. just above are all over the age'ot
with notorious King Leopold ot Be an English scientist found it could (5) : the northeast quarter of the north.ea.t affdayl the htm.el AUe.lane Offlcer I. -The ft.le Of T"P"W.I" I'" n.le. therefore ordered p4-
glum, and later with hi* heir to the draw 17 times Its own weight across quarter and the outh half of the may require T. Naesal that ..* said respondents herelnabove
broke smooth surface.An northeaet of Section : wltltout neceenary books ancJ"lot' A a."t. lamed and .whose addresses are.tin-
tnrone. These episode nearly Lots One rr'd Two f"cJNln. Ing for attending .choo1 known be and ,th. are hereby roe
up the royal family of Belgium. Oklahoma sportsman has invented (9). all In Township parent Is unable Notice Is hereby given It I. quired appear to the Bill of COlD-
The federal trade commission ask a decoy duck that swims_snd utter UU South. Range Thirty (SO) E..t lacy books and clothing: Provided' that Intention of the undersigned J.u. plaint Bled In said cause on Ox before',
I and the when books and clothing shall be provided theltuls Day In w.
Walker, as guardian of the estatSNaomi of **flkis usmr
the big newspaper to give up I 5 percent realistic quacks. I ey.Begin at .xc.pUng c..t.r of .ad folo.lng 8..ton Nine throusrh charity I or by other Elisabeth Walker a minor. .tom.k..pfUcUon same being the. first day of ri4D1:1] '
of their 1917 print-paper contract E N. Rice of Vallejo Cal., claims he (}(9) run .. thirty means the child shall -longer b* ex. to the County-Judge otherwise the .I.I.10n.-
which (110) yard. to Bait Lake Tohopekallira; empt from school attendance under this at his of will be taken a

small publication has invented that shoots .
to help a gun. 3,000 return to point of beginning provision; Provided further, that whena lYh sppndents. further that
.. can not buy this product The big f eli bullets a minute at double the velocity west two Hundred twenty ( otna::; teacher Is charged with Inefficiency, county on. !oIr Klaslmmee ISth day or.. I published ord.r. _
Mown are opposed to the plan. of the regular army rifle. thence north two hundred twenty ( ml8o.duct or cruelty such charge being of January, A. D. : to for .. (t) consecutive week In the
.rd. to said lake thence eaet & writing and filed with the sell an undivided one-fifth Interest Klsilmmee Valley Ga..U.a newopaper -
kvjP Rag form 7.8 per cent of the fibers China is building 1,100 miles of the margin I of said lake to Its alonl Trustees of the Special Tax School DI.-. which Is the Interest of the said minorIn published In of Oeoaola. 4

, ised In paper-making. Wait paper. railroad with American capital, Am- tion with line I Juet run. Alao save and triet. or with the.County Board of Public and to the followlnst described real State ofFlorida and.,of. general,
except: Begin at a Sixty (SO) Instruction by.a parent or guardianof situate In Osceola circulation In said County. Witness
1 ',books, magazines, etc., comprise 21.4 erican engineers and American equipment yards west of the pint corner of any child attending the school being : I Northwest quarter county-of the Honorable James W.' Perkins
per cent. throughout. 'The estimated. cost the northwest quarter- the southwest taught bv- such teacher, then theattendance t r.: quarter of section thirty-one i Judge of said Court and my name aatClerk '
recent electrical is placed at 100000000. quarter of said Section Nine (5), run of such child ahall not be ( ). twenty-five (IS) south thereof; and the official seal *f -
1 I.
So sensitive a north Thirty (IO) degrees east to mar enforced until after a full Investigationof range twenty-eight (IS) ... south.east the said Circuit Court this theIst day
-apparatus' invented by a French *cientist Farmers in NorthDakota paid S14- gin of Take Eaet Tohopekallga, thencesoutheasterly such charge has been mad. by the quarter of northwest .t. November.. A1S1IVFIRSTRrnE1.
that it detect the presence of 141,460 for farm labor in 1915. along said margin to a hoard with which earn was filed and section six ((), township 1 ' (.Ct Ct. Seal. )
point LoFty (40 yards of the' said I the said t"'b..r has been. aqult..d or (IS) south, range > : Clerk of Circuit
:1. part of bichromate of'potaah A Pennsylvania jeweler has .com corner of .at northwest exonerate east. Also the south half ;tlrbh'o f ff. Johnston Of *tt.. Solicitors

,. part of water. plated an electrically operated clock quarter of the southwest Sec. 'I 2... Teesperary' Absence' Allow west quarter of the Complainant. f-lt,

Utumania i* one of the' most'fertile containing 298 moving human figures, thence. |X)south In said to Section-Mine the south (n.qrrttTw. able.person- In guardian.or Florida having other ( section) south six range(S), township twenty-eight twentyelsIS (tl) IN CIRCUIT CUT '0, THE Sl.

.,part. of Europe. Next to the United all carved from' oak with a penknife.The weatalong south line to the pint charge a child or children eaat Also beginning at the southwest enth Judicial Florida

State and Russia it grow more work has taken five and one-half b.. lnnln. between htlt : eight and fourteen corner of the northwest quarter of the W.for Osoeola Johnson,County complainant! Cb.nce". 0
25th. 1115. rears sid child or children northwest quarter of thenortheast
grain than any country In the world. yeara.< W. n. CRAWFORD. to attend ..,hoot as aforesaid; Provided uarter of section .Is (I) township twen r1; R. UWarthan: Era "V.'e .
,It t also i one of the. .chief oil field\ on.Earth A company! ha*' been organized in Special Master In.Chancery. that occasional absence from ty-.I. rangetwentyeight 7-.. Plckren her husband; B.
(I .outh Pooser U Plckren
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KRIBB3 STEED. such attendance by such child amountIng .. north on. hundred aa *
Natal South Africa, to- distill from Solicitors for Complainant. l-4t to not more than two unexcuaedabsences forty (140) yards, east seventy (TO) lU). Orahatn)* Calvin t'klo"nd John
If Earth'. hill and mountain were, molasses a spirit that is expected to -_ In four consecutive w.ek. yards; south one hundred forty (i4*> F. Headley-aa doIng .

suddenly leveled and this planet took rival gasolene as motor fuel-at a rate OP BLIOIOl shall not be unlawful: .. yards: west seventy (TO) yards to placeof business under name of;
Buckets *
JO.CI and
that the principal or In Also the southwest Headley as In4ividuaisland
the shape of a billiard ball, it would of 2,000,000 gallons a year. In Cbapt.. "" ther charge of the school may excuse any b..lnnlnl. .. quarter of sectionsix quactsr William Bo well: and all personeclaiming

have a covering of water 8,632 feet Victoria fall on the Zambesi river State of "'Iorlda IMS. notice b..r..b"ly..n child for temporary absence because of (6). nortb. twenty-six (IS) Interests under J. B. Simmons,.
woul'd that an .. will be held at a storm or bad weather sickness or range (twenty-eight (SS) east.J. deceased; or' otherwise. Respondents)
.deep. In Africa, provide 35,000,000 ." In School Board District death In Its family unforeseen or unavoidable .outh B. Bill to Quiet Title. Ord.r orpubileatlon. -
Ireland ha 84,869 land owner having horse-power if harnessed-or more Mo. 1. Osceola County. Florida on Saturday accident. Excused absencesand Guardian of the estate of WALKER.EI.a- To all whom It may concern Itappearing .

plat. not exceeding one acre, and I than coal and oil all over the' world .January 7th. A. to determine -- the by reason said therefor or shall teacher be recorded inbarge beth Walker a minor. I-U filed from In this the cause sworn that Bill thereDeceons of Complaint are.jA.. ,*. > ,, -
attendance prln.lpal. *
61.730 hold more than one acre and now produce. whether compulsory of the shall be reported ntr t" In.-'fr .
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lea than five acre Mrs. LenaRood of Seattle Wash., and to decide shall pr..yal In the said .i.trlot to the provided.chol: Provided Officer further ashereinafter JOICI FOR PVILICATIOJ.D..n.t yolved known .D.r.ndau In rttrP"C. nameof the*-

Cuba ha the largest orange grovein I ii the richest person in the Pacific com attendance provisions that In case of protracted Illness of any .f the Ia erler. V. S. Lead such persons so Int.r..te are"dC

the world-2,000 acres. Northwest. She has 25000000. shall be .nforce In saId School child who.attendance Is required un- .- Oai.esvilie-F1s.isie. D :PaHId that
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A laVe of fire in the crater of Kil.auea In the year now passed 79.281.736 tb.-b In wbl.-such- child. resides plaint. against such unkno.n .
'volcano' ;in the Hawaiian islands, tons of sand and gravel, valued at CHAPER $811-LAWS OF 1911. upon report of the Health Officer Notice Is hereby given that Banner ants It Is therefore Vf.nd-
FOR COMPUL- Florida, who .
Lokosee on
claiming Intereet In the '01.
AN an
i* steadily rising to the top of the $32,846,939, were dug up in the United SORT SCHOOL ATTENDANCE THE or upon certificate of any legally the 1(11 made Homestead En prtl. described property In -*

crater. First time in twenty-five States. APPOINTMENT OF ATTEN ANCEOFFICERS o..II.d phvulclan. shall to this excuse effect from attendance for Lots 1. 1. S T or the County of Osceola .Itaate of
years U it does. Was within 120 feet The United State Bureau of Fisheries PRESCRIRING THEIR Ofll..r., until he Is fully S.cton. .. .Meridian.11 S., has Range flied If Florida.half of the The NorthweSt North half duarter *of North Section

of top edge at the last report. used 4,000,000,000 fish specimens Be POWERS .laur." of restored excluding to health th.or child until from any quarantine school- notice of Intention to FiveyearProof If Township 551 South, I*, 4

The popular vote in Denmark on the in stocking the waters of this neE State of Florida: been raised. to establish ar.ko the land Hast Tallahassee MeijMlan. :
Section 1. Whenever one-fourth of hl. above described Circui to the Complainants Bill of ",
question of selling the Danish West country last year. t of any Spe Sec. II: PemaltyAny parent guardIan Court, at' Kleslmmee Florida herein filed on or before the Day
Indies islands to the United States for The musical band in the United r:1r.Tax t'hbto.ttr\ School BoardDistrict. or other person In control of a child 19th day of January 1 In February. D. 117. the.. .. being
for and or shall lie witha or children violating the provisions of Claimant names as witnesses: the 5th day of said ; .. the
-f25,000,000 resulted in 283,000 States having the longest active existence County Instruction a this Act, shall be guilty of a mlsde.meanor F. of Kenansvllle. Florida. said will b* mont. !
157,000 against.A is the Armory Band of Hartford written : asking for an electionto and upon conviction by any E W.ib al.d..f KenansvllleFlorida. and Bil further ordered conf..e
Conn. organized in 1844. be held such Special Tax School court of competent jurisdiction shall be der be published once a week for
Danish nerve specialist placesconvalescent District. School Board DI.trlct or county liable to a fine of not less than one dollar T. Frank Turablln. of Lokosee, Flor twelve (II) consecutive weeks In the..
patients on top of a piano Physicians of the United State. to determine :: and not more than three dollars for Ila Klsslmmee Valley Ga..t.a newspaper .
.o that they may be benefited by Ita.ibraUon. Public Health Service have teen ordered school attendance shall .I.oU! each and every offense. And upon failure . n E Willis of Lokosee Florida. published In :
refusal to such fine said parent ROBERT 'Yttnoor.
cither of said districts or the : or pay W. DAVIH ola and of general -vJ
-. a* it i. played. not to prescribe heroin-no matter shall b. the duty of the County guardian or other In control I-I Register.NOT1CB County. Wltnssa the . .
The smallest known bird has been what the illness. It is believed its use of Public Instruction to order an. election of a chid, shall be Imprisoned not W. Perkins Judge of said .a.
America. It i. creates drug "fiends." In either of said districts or the to exceed days In the county jy.llProvided : FOR BIDS. mv name aa.Clerk thereof and the 1
in Central a
discovered county according aa the petition may that the fine for any first of. official seal of the said Circuit Court. .
humming bird about the sire of a blue- John M. Phipps, 105 years old lately gt to decide whether the followIng fense. may. upon payment of coats besuspended "'The Board of Public Instruction -of this the 1st day of November. A D .
bottle fly. died at Shenandoah Iowa. He warn too school attendance provisions and 'not collected until Osceola county Florida will receive IMS. J. I* OVERHTRRET.
: enforced In saId Special Is convicted of a second .
person February (Ct- Ct. Clerk Circuit Court.
A church at Del mar, N: Y., provide old to serve in the War of Secession.A Tax fr.. DI.trlct School Board offense: Provided.further. that after sealed 6th.proposals 1916. for up-the fabrication a. m. and .ohn.tol 8ea1 I O.rrot.Solicitors for Com

ear trumpet for deaf attendants at its patent has been granted for a District or .. the expiration of three days from thetime erection of nine fire escapes for Osceola plaln.nt 44-llt "
Public Is by the AUendanceprn.r. ,
Board of notice _
Sec 5 Th. County: .r..d High Hohool and St. Cloud High Schoolaccording .
.services. trunk that can be used a* a bath tub. Instruction .hal give notice of such each every day a parent to plans and speclflcations.ofAlan NOTICE, ) FOR
hotel by thesame for guardian or other person shall wilfully _ PIHLICATIOJ.D.rDt
New York city is to have a election adyerU.ln. children .J McDonough. architect Klsslm.mee
111111111111111 i 11111111 four weeks published and unlawfully keep such child or Florida. .1 the late-rier. 17. N. Lead 4
that will cost 15000000.; within the territory. I a newspaper be, from school or allow It hem toremain The Board reserves the right to ..0.ltbfI. aalaeevllle. Flaw Dee. '
v Southern vellow pine, with a total published therein, If non.then In out of school shall to. u reject any or all bids. Address I S .I"
LegalAdvertisements In thecounty offense and subject .
feet some newspaper a separate lo
cut of 14,700,000,000boar comprised publ.b.d :
'lumber said person to the penalties : C. E. YOWELL. Notice Is hereby given that BannerH.
30 per cent. of the total Sec. i. The 1..ctO'In such elections scribed. .. Public Instruction. one of the heirs for th* heirsof
:production of the United State. last : : must ne registered provided In thegeneral Sen. 14. The County Board -of Public :1 O"YI(th. Lyons d..a. of Lokosee ,
law for registrations for special Instruction of any: county wherein any Florida .bO 14. -
:year, --.I.i..i..1 elections and They shall have thesame district of the county has adopted the 1111 Hom..t. Entr No. O''U.for -
Rus.ellviIIe, Ark is enforcing Sun- -.-..- qualifications for and prerequisites compulsory school attendance provfslona NOTICE. tots I & L Township 3,'
Any laws rigidly that tele- TOCKHOl.DERS' .IiIET.NG. to voting aa pr..crlbe In elections of this Act. shall have the power The Board of County Commissioners It S.. Range 54 R. Tallahassee Slerid.iafl .
>so even '1'h. annual meeting of the Stockholders held underthe .., law. to appoint and fix the compensation of'': In and for Osceola County. Florida, has filed notice cC intention 'to
:phoning !. prohibited on that day. of the ll\.t.t\: Bank pf Klaslmmeewill See. 4. The election shall be held and an Attendance Offlcer or officers, and will receive bids on II miles of brick make Vive-year Proof, to establish I
be offloe of the aaM conducted In the manner bylaw the same at will. An Attendance road feet wide with concrete curb claim
pr..crlb remove
a,_ A sand box for automobiles, to pre- Bank on Thursday, January llth, 1 IT, for holding general ..cUon. Offlcer may b. appointed for one Ing. up to IS m. nu.r" llth 1917. fore d :
'v nt skidding has been patented. I atlp.m. \ cept aa provided In Ac all school or for a number of ..hool. In bidders may obtain full specificationsby mee JI'r\b.\ :ltab8r.t'1s I ,
hand into Co A. CARSON President such elections shall be within the discretion of the County of I applying to J. L. Oversireet, Clerk ry. .
Miss her
.. May IPoeran put M. KATZ. Secretary. 1-lt sixty days from the filing of the petit.'see. Public Instruction and may be super- Klsslramee, Florida. Bald bids to be Claimant names a. witnesses:
.at: hay cutter at BrewsUr, Ky., to show: vIsor or a trustee of a school or any 1 opened on the above date, the Boardrbserving K. of K.n.n.vle Forila
neighbors how her sister had just hadone BTOCKHOLDBKS' CHEETTINO. I. Inspectors election shall *.* suitable person who will discharge the the right to accept or reject E Wall I
H II.d..
Now.MIs. is The annual meeting of'the 'stockholders and qualified la ea of duties of the position and the CountyBoard I aa,and all *>lda.B. .-
finger cut May appint Frla.k
of the Citizens Bank of KIs- .., .and they shall ean- may assign an Attendance Officer 1 LESLEY C.lrm. Tumbltn. of
)minu .two' fingers. ... will be held at tire office of y... the vote oat and make due returns such other duties a may b deemed '! A"L\: OVERS-fcREBT Ida.R. Florida ; J
'The new bridge across the Tiber said Sank. In Klaalmme. Florida oi3nuar7 of the .. the County Hoard advl.abl. C.rk Il-( m'Willis of Lokosee.
SIb.{ 117. at 10 o'clock a. m. of Public' Instruction without delay. Sec. II. It shall be the duty of every ROBERT W. DAVIS
,river, .Rome, Italy, ha a span 328 for the purpose of electing directors for The County Board of Public Inatrvotlon Attendance Offlcer to take an accurate CITATION OF Bl-It .
feet long -that. ... the longest re-en the ensuing :year and transacting such I I.I shall _n.a. the returns and declare census of every child between the ages ADMIJI8TRTIOJ. .

forced concrete arch;tin the world. other business ... may. properly com thiS ...It cause. the same to. of six and e.n. his district Isi Cewrt *f Cmry J.. .. JOC FOR PtlMJCATIOir.. 4
far applicable eh 0 .
before aald meeting.I.It b* .eorde. a In the month of each .. el
ta Srierld
4' Dobbs'Ferry of New York, oriiina- - ItOCTBR DODD. Cashier.URBTINO. I I ". can.rl .. ounoerningelections. every year on blanks furnished by Ceesty: 0 .Me.P ...

tor of the community courtin parlor In State Superintendent of Public Instructlon. E.tade .1 Sarah J. Addle.BTTHH '
..t.I ..
Sac. *,-' The' used each make three neat and .f the l.t .'V. B.
.TocIcnoLnEn-r: blot He shill *itsasat ** *
. 14 that city now has ""invented'. ,a .The1'" first', annual .meeting of 'the tlone shall b* whit-paper School and legible copies of this census roll ft. : ,OlSon at, De5tlIs. Dee. .11. 4 '
Compulsory lF- CUT
nmunity rabbit dog. The I I printed th..r. date .. .
pup .may stockholders of th. Klsslmmee' on'g"awl Compulsory shall give the \ Wb.r. ,
; Against '
'borrowed for rabbit hunting by be held la the office of O.A. Atdane. _,. that the-name" par.:or to this for Letters of Admllll.t. Notice la hereby given that Charlee;.
Klsalmmfe > YIor4ds.on 'arre with child tion on cur estate of . 1111 North llth Xafav.r'-
citizen : n In :t: : Krc. 8tr..t ,
any in-good tanding. WIT. i the voter may express Oeoeolai An 1912.>
January sth. at a o'clock any :deceased late of eald county of -
i 'trfrn".a:
_: r Celluloid-wlnga for,afrptanH' haren Tuaa4lc. the purposeof electing a I$the.. Australian ballot I,.akl.. other eroeemark One shall.. <- . -i .*" - .. .No. 1ST. feSE' <>
to the left or .. !
.01. te .. admonish of M. Township j.
: elteSd &
invented by German engineer. Boardl -Directors* for the ensuing . ,, with. S..rDt.nd.nt Pb. These are, therefor "Wbj .
a ot tho Tallahssee.Meridian. j .
adopting by-laws and to transact two-ln.. He all and singular-the kindred 11. Soatk. .nsst.
Th.: wings. are so transparent that such year other.. business aa ._" be. law* I . .at.thre.-flfths any ..the_ Co..t"Inatclo.8u..nt..nt.PI Pnbll and creditor. of said be hs< .of istentiel '- ,.

they. are. invisible 800 f"ls the air. n"-,..... .ltt IiBB .' be ?1..1" a $ ....ucb Att..d- fn.t.eo. .day of July aad appear before this to roak Proof deecribed.t* eetabPsHi be ..
A machine invented Maine f I. hcr. r .. _. school attendance every Tear and one copy fore the Ifth day of Jaavary, A IX1S1T. claim to the land above
: by a man encei.then the Cltert. at KIsslisM.
be preserved for his own and Bio. oblectlone. If any they Clerk of Circuit
: /:/digs potato**, free'themfromvine He "I"R1I'naC'lTl"l'" ? COvBIT OV iiipiBVKNTH beis laws-fore".'a-._. prlb.hal...bal f.rl.1 the principal-ha v*.. to the granting of Lettrs of Ad- for. >lorida.'ea. the leleTtay, ,.,,.,Jaa*./. ''.
.,end soil and pours them Into bag or .JCDICIAI cmcvrr' orBTTATBI shall theijtft.r naWanothereaCh each .. jurisdiction wi... mlniatratlon on ethe.same estate otherwise arT. I.IT. .' .,, .
.4- . .two years.or forever .. of children Claimant .. wityalentlao ."
a list of the names be granted to said D, namee
:1 arnl4"lt...1*. driven. ,y.ra, potato.. .rwss o* rvonvrpA, iw Airp': .letiOTI15 bll I. attend the sokoel of which the wit or oc--- '
D.plt'I some other.flt.person .J.I.
" tit craajr with.. f.rew.nS .
'.*. .* . .- . '1t* 7' 1"'o'_ II'Qft, oacBjoi.A cowimr., 'pJaa the ._h* charge, and the.County person.. -- ;4Pord : :
cIIIaT: .rrrInG. ; eti It thre-flftbs or- more of : W--{ I
, : : "" : Inetraetioit shall , I ,
WITNESS oetsame u'm
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German medical be-b Pgtns' v
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IOaea ia-bV. IIIflVIlu .... .... : ; W *** L;: _t Aitesdanee." 4bes .ebeet sit out charge. aald lists." .br. : '1.1-11- of to. County < A. .D. )'. ,. or4 ., T.cebia :.. -
rlx the C. jr.-Prvatt.Deceased ane seal not 0.'compolaory In asJdterflforv Lne dSTofDOOEflbOi 11 'konofTouah .. -
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;; ". i-'l. 'We 'are deeply sensible! of the: liberal patronage w.e: have" received: from', you in the ret now en ling: "JTou'if' : :M .

r 'f j.j have dealt':generously" with us. Our,.' business,.this>< year has, been? the //largest.1 'weever xperiencede..Ich) ,we;. . ,, ,;
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r. ', "s, . 'take ..double,satisfaction.;: For" it;means that ..we' :have: rendered ',acceptable' service fryou. AVe shall. our,' ut- . "i :" it:1' '.

r" most'to"fu> >t ther'merit, your; confidence,and 'to maintains, 'continuance'of''. these"hapPf''J"elatioD" ; ) ,

:' ; ;'Earnestly'hoping(for' ::you large; :measure' of, :pleasure:: :' 'and :prosperity: : ,..we }Jwish'jto,all.of':you---a.:.happy" '',new <:. :


,.' ;: ,} .+": :" ", year. :!, ,D"' ;oL4idlhAlR\: : : 'LIIVIIT' ;. : STORE=' .. G. W. PERSONS CO., ProprietorsM I .. ;j'.;

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; :we. I ill o i il. i i e .OI. i .I.I.I lil..IO .O during 1916 that'te would hardly: which'belongs to the city this berngneceaa.ry have this day' Joined the Pig'ciub' of, '
., have time to write each individually. to meet the demands for MONEY Osceola County; and have agreed to ?.i.r
Therefore. we.take this method of space from county and individual>ex follow the advice and instructions"of :
3 Notes $ expressing our appreciation for your hibitors. (Continued From Page One. ) the cuonty demonstration agent with "
A:: Society kind patronage. Girls' canning cjubl of sixteen respect to the care of one purebred'II".
The business given us was' gratifying counties will be. represented in the Duroc-Jersey pig which has peep pur.
and we have no regrets! forthe home exhibit department. Those desiring Pigbuying'money will be leaned to chased ...L___,_____..__...--.__''-,, a* r
((Mrs., E., E. Wells, Editor.) 1916, but '1917 is with. us now premium !lists are requested to I the boys at 6 per cent' trustee. for the.nanif> of bank).,...
year wilt, A. L. Tampa and has been ,into the and, d
a t and we can assure you that we write Allen secretary, No boy can obtain a loan unless he ; given care
c Abe I better stocked and better equipped Fla.' loins the pig club and signs a contract custody of mej.iiboy's: ( name).....
: Request i ..:, all patrons of tie Valley Gazette to send items, 'than ever to supply your needs and 1 that is printed below. Now 'therefore/ consideration of
No loan will be recommended unless the confidence ofname of bank). :
I ; ; *f,Seder/. .., ;: Events.Je"1:;tie ,Eeitor .for-publication>> in these eolums.Sti ; ; desires.'Thanking you again for your business GREAT CANAL PROJECT the pig to be purchased is of the Du- in met and consideration for ,said* ,y

-' .. of the past, and assuring you roc-Jersey breed. The reason for this pig, I hereby agree that when! this pig
. . . Continued From .
- - will be to ( Page i is that it I I. desired standardize the Is matured or sold by me, or not later ,
. . . . . . . . . \ .. . .0. '>.' . I.Sit I 0 18 MM 1 that our'aim' for the future to .
give the best good and satisfactory hogs produced in this county. Stand- than ten weeks after its first itter is
' tingly told In."Fairest Lord ,Jesus," service you we are I this. The federal .authorities, would ,ardizing enables several shippers to farrowed, to pay the said-(name of
& METHODIST CHOIR'S' the duet sung' by Mr. and Mr*. P. K. Yours plncerelv'CORNER.DRU1iStORE be assured of the good faith .And'financial ,cooperate in shipping car-load lots. bank),... $___--n-. with interest.
.1 Weaver one of the most beautiful ., : landing 01, the other contracting 'The Duroe-Jeraey .-one of the standard at------per cent from date.%..'; ,{
number. of the 'cantata. Phone 297r 4 I. party-the navigation dis1 1 breeds for all-around purposes. _____(signature of boy)*.**,*. ,,
1 BEAUTIFUL ,CANTATA "There I* Room In My Heart For : trict. The Marion county pig-club boys "" *.BL. ,h!".

.... + Thee a story strongly depicting themlnton SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST I Two small port-navigation districts 1 specializes in the Hampshire breed of I, ___.(name of parent)...., agree \ I.
M ,; of the Christ and closing with were formed in Texas one in Oregon hogs. In some counties the mistake is to see that my son, __(name ef ..;.;
At"W Methodist church Sunday a strong personal appeal was rendered MISSION. :.and one in Louisiana. in each instance made of producing' two or three gives the pig entrusted_vto-him-the P.a?0er
?morning In place ,of the regular by the choir. Services at the South Kissimmee the'federal government, promptly contributed . 1 breeds. .Thi operate against 'ship- proper care and .attention and JI'JI\I", .'
." preaching* service, .Fred -B. Helton's T'hefnaI: ,number began with{ .a Baptisti Mission,.next Sunday Pee. 31. one-half of the expenses. ping so as to take .advantage of car the above agreement.' .' t;:, *..,'"
.- <"* .beautiful .."cantata, *The Christina stately summon to "Come and Wore Sunday school at 10 a. m. Ser- The enlistment of the national government I loan freight rate and also has a lowering ---.(signature of parent)'.:; ..,.:.' '

ship. Then the harmony ceased fora mon by the pastor at 6:45: 'p. m. Subject would be asked on ,the basis effect on prices in some Instance ______(name of boy)___..... '* ;
under few moments for a little tune to slip : Walking With God. that expense of canal construction be 1 *. ..'
'Be t..r.1D anticipation of the musical through which carried the thought to Prayer meeting will be on Wednes- borne equally by the nation and by the The pigs to be bought will be giltsor I hereby certify that the above' 'I..

-jf treat, an attentive audience filled the the "Risen Lord" and the chorus dav evening at 6:45 o'clock. drainage dl.triet-on the principle bred gilts and will cost $20 to $25 ..-_..(name of )---... a member -" :
auditorium and,many appreciative, expression closed.with a grand finale of worship The Ladies' Aid Society: meets on which Is involved in the aid that t..a 'each. They will be pedigreed of of the Boys' Pig Club of Osceola ul.\,
+ were heard at the close df and praise. Friday afternoon following the sec national government is extending t.tStotp 'course. County and has received .his pig Jn'j..' .
'> .'the procram. "'(*. Throughout 'the program the balance ond Sunday of each month. governments in the ronstiuution Mr. Evans has not yet formally canvassed accordance with the contract a1)ove.'r :}.
x ,'', "TIM personnel of the choir Included: of harmony was well maintainedand You are most cordially invited to of hard road _.-. I for members but about ten signature( of county gent)... '
Soprano-Mrs. Stanley Bullock Jr. each number showed a thoughtful meet with us in our place of worship. !. Canala Would Be boys have already signified their de- 'itl;
w \Miss'Ella Mae Gilbert, bliss Ethel interpretation of the author's concep J. J. FARMER, Pastor. I A Refuge In Time Of War. sire to join the club. No pigs will be !! v
: V'Roberson,.'Miss Maude Alice Wagner tion. The production, as a whole was It is possible that more than :50 per bought until fif or more boys have COMMUNITY FESTIVAL' ,
'i sty t .Miss' Gladys Caster, Miss Laura one of the best presented in this city. SERVICES AT PLEASANT HILL. cent of the expense in this case mightbe joined. as it is intended to buy the
,Thomas. Alto, ::-.Mrs. J.. R. Gilbert There will be preaching at the granted by federal authorities on animals in a era-load lot-fifty or The posters pictures and other advertising 1'1\1
Mrs/. 1C.Waver Mr. J. D. Wood-j ZION'S RELJGIO-LITERARY SOCIETY. more. Mr. Evans will proceed at
: Pleasant Hill schoolhouse on the first the ground that it would be strength once matter for the "Community ',
beck.Miss Alberta Hopton. Rev.J. the national defense. to organize the club. .
frator GUb.rt'Charlie TenOl'-1 Sundav in January-the 7th-by ening Tbs St. Johns river and its tributary I Slifford Lester, son of J. J. Lester, Festival" (at ,Kissimmee in the .first .. .; .
The of the Zion's ,
,,i, :.tone-Paul K. Weave Tony I. Literary program, Society of Pleasant Religio-Valley T. Reav-ss. canals would afford safe harborage .living about two miles northeast ofKisRimmee week in March) have arrived and show, y, .

', !.Piano'-:Miss Louise Thomason. I I I. for Dec. 29 ((tonight) will be: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. for light-draught naval and commercial '' already has bought a Du- a fin* array of talent and an interest '.Ji:
.The narrative told by the cantata Js roc-Jersey of registered pedigree of t
vessels in time of warape-
44 wonderfully, (complete ''commencing1! 'l I our Subject: "Responsibility labor.'-to God for The young people of the PresbyterIan -' cially fleet tenders. Florida bears an Defender stock. It arrjved last ing program. Among other talent-is' ,.
money our
''with an introduction which centralize 1 "0 church have appointed to hold a important position geographically in Wednesday. Miss Susanna Crowcroft the 'world-; y
text beloved brethren
the..attention .of.the audience to' receive I Evneing!.turn :from my sins shake- sunrise prayer meeting Monday morning relation to naval and commercial Contract .Boy Must Sign. renowned'pbysl al culturist.Whenever .
the opening thought*c''Prepare off the chains away that would your bind? (New Years), to begin at 6:30: movements on the seas in this partof The agreimefnt whj.chl'a. ) pig-club .
+ 'Y".The Va"preaented by the rae, you o'clo and are inviting all the young member must slim to obtain Dlg-buy- -
() : k. the North American continent. .
fast unto that God who '
come is the General Tosflo .
; You Need
;,, section, \which siie> followed by Praise :'rock of people of the city to .join them in ing: cash from a bank is as follows:
*')5) I Chorus. 'I" I II I your salvation. this service. Boundaries I Agreement B.hrHnu.u_______, Take Urove'aThe f
This will
be District.
"In. sharp contrast was the second a prayer and testimony There will be the usual servicesat Navigation Member Boys' Pig Club, of Osce- Old StaDdard.GremI'. T
Ic number frer The Eastern Hills," a meeting. Meetings are at the home of this church Sunday. The scope and the boundaries of the ola County and----._...,..__?_____, chill Tonic 1* equally valuable a* __
H. districtare
soprano'and alto duet sung by Mr*. t W. Rummel Pleasant Valley each proposed canal or navigation Trustee. General Tonic because it contains the :
Bullock and Mrs. Woodbeck; The ex- I Friday at 6:30 p. m. Everybody is invited MEN'S MEETING.J. of great importance. Its success ____ .(postoffice) well known tonic properties QUININE
? qulslte "melody of the verse was varied j I to attend these services.. the meeting imperatively demands, first of all the ._____(dateWitneesethl )"._.' and IRON. It action the X4er. Drive<. I
L. Overstreet" lead of the cast coast section
broken tlm.1 I' combination out Malaria Brrkbee the D1ood. and s'
where the
1'a ) full chorus
by .
y / FIRST METHODIST, CHURCH next Suhday afternoon At 3 o'clockat I I with that of the St. Johns river region ,. I _ Build the 'W.jole System. 90 centa.,
'r r ,and.accelerated movement produced afine .school Whereas --(boys' name)..___ up .:
'. carried SERVICES. the Methodist Sunday; rooms. say the originator of the project ,
(w. and the
effect thought was I' All and boys cordially invited and otherwise two navigation ____
.>* 'forward the> of the"Christmas'Star. j 9:46 L. men m
to J. Ov-
: a. ,
"appearance. iuperintenZnt. ; anyone who attends will be pleased at I tricts would be formed, and. these '. # ;;
"A class for ;;
s Guiding\ our gathering where prayer is want..would continue to contend against SEND FOR A SAMPLE COPY
/ ollow The Star a men's every ont and a welcome for all. be made.Bring I each other in the rivaling spirit which ;* ;..
to "
'chorus, begun in unison, then alternate 11 a. m.-Morning worship ,
? I conducted Let Tj
friend with us obstructed waterway of the FLORIDA SCHOOLROOM.Published by
a you. htuetotore has ,
*d}"With a two-part,arrangement ,was by the pastor Instrumental . .
make it a banner meeting.DEVOTIONAL improvements in these sections ,f Florida teachers for Florida teachers Live Florida and other news
j I..oluntary.
( ;i,especially stirring and left the audience I Miss Thomaaon pianist; COMMITTEE. : ]
quite impatient for the next :hymn'| ."I Love'Thy Church O God;** Support OfLegislature For teachers. Eighteen, pa get. illustrated,-monthly Only Sl'l"a year,, :. l
1 number a triumphant chorus "Glor.IoU' Apostles' Creed recited by ally; invocation Members Expected.
it"'and the "Normal Instructor and Primary Plans for $2. Latter
; f' Itl'orn" 'Chl" Included. recitativearrangement Psalm XXIIh read the proposed :navigation district ,
a ; responsive- .
which wa elpe lal- lyj; "Gloria;" New Testament lesson; TAMPA'S FAIR *j 'would embrace approximately one.1 alone sells, for,,$1.25. Dade City. Fla. ,.p:'

which told :the .story. of the offering;: hymn "The. Church's One third'of Florida's area--or more. It is --- ---_-------- --- - -,.- ---- ------ f\\
.birth ofChrlst.a .- .> Foundation;" sermon "Stewardship of the wealthiest section of the State. .
"And There Were Shepherds" a Personality;" installation of new officials AND CARNIVAL The annual tax levy for the expense 1 '.
contralto solo; song by Mrs. Weaver : for 1917; doxology and behedic- would be so negligible that it scarcely "e .<;iJ
.whose, 'voice was never more beautifultb.n tion.; 1- would be felt. It is believed certainthe < 11
In this song, gave the shepherds' 6 p. 'm.-Epworth League (in the Business men of Tampa have raiseda bond issue would be eagerly takenat The of the world:?
.. version of the A womans' twoqo. a eyes
... event. : bungalow) All young people are cor- considerable sum with which to premium.
J'' { I 1 In of these facts and of the
;part chorus continued story which( dially invited to attend. carnival view
make the Gasparilla
r.-rwa* then taken up by the entire choir 7 p. m.-Evening worship; voluntary again :general benefits involved there seems
the number closing with a grandGlory choir (P. K. Weaver 'director); the crowd-drawing feature of the little doubt that the project will're-I the a
\ Chorus. hymn "Come Thou Fount;" prayer South Florida Fair the dates of whichare ,ceive strong support from mem- t are on man .-
"Tbe. Song Is Ringing: Still" was scripture lesson; ; hymn, Feb. 2 to 10, and intend to promote 'bers of the legislature who live in the
f .':rendered by'Mis* Ella Mae Gilbert "There Is A Fountain Filled With it on a larger scale than that of last (sections affected. Members from other J
\ 'Whose, high clear soprano voice was Blood;" sermon, "The Inactive Church year, which was somewhat disappointing sections should not have. any cause to
c 'i in perfect harmony with the arrangement Member" (This will be the first of a because those in charge had little object to it.Excellent. I'
r 'and the thought of the listenersfound series of Sunday night sermons on money with which to work. '
expression in the "Joy" chorus "Church membership" and all are I Although business conditions in job printing is done at the' ''rF
t 'sunp by the entire choir. cordially Invited to hear the entire Tampa have not been as good as desired Valley Gazette office. I
Mrs.' Bullock's fine magnetic voice series). it is realized that crowds will
ftKf tuwas very effective in Luther's Cradle Come and worship at the home-like not corns to the fair from other Statesif Warning To Owner Of:
;} Hymn telling! the story of the birth of the carnival is not held by reasonof
Christ and all the while the ohoir softly church.CHARNELLE II. SUMMERS which many contributed to the Automobile
? sang a quaint lullaby accompani- Pastor. movement who were not well able to
:,j'' -* ment.. J' do so, The fair officials having no KISSIMMEE Fla., Dec. 12, .
This was followed by a praise THANKS TO YOU! funds financed the fair themselves, To the Valley Gazette: I I

,, ,j thorns, well expressed in the number while the citizens finance the carnival. Please allow me space to call the
'"Praise Ye The Lord." There are so many of you whom we Another large exhibition building is attention of all PAUSE for a moment young man,'
a owners or operators ,
The adulation of the fit- the fair' grounds
people was wish to thank for your hearty support being erected on '
-automobiles that the State law not give a thought' to self. The
"* ,
thenfto() their
- ------ - only requires register
. ..
. machines with the Secretary of State problems that confront you now,. or .
but it ..qulre.-s. a separate and
,- distinct provision- that THESE -will a few years hence .

I .
THE MACHINE. a Look about yon-the men of affairs ia country state, ..lioa-,
_ .,
EXCESSIVE The State law further requires that yes, ia the world, are the men who started to sire early irtf. :,
where a machine which has been reg-

r istered is sold that the purchaser of They,, have the respect and confidence of the community, f'

r ,, the same must record: such\ transferin - .

.j.M. the office of the Secretary of State:! Then look oa the other side-at the fellows who spend"!! they
interest charges is not a sound economic theory. Laying them prevents In view of the fact that many of our make-they may have a food tune.for a while, ,but ,what doe their:
citizens were ignorant as to the pro personality reflect? . {
expansion and development of business. When it is done, the vision requiring State numbers being: .. ,

tendency:is to cut off'ad! prevent the very source of revenue. placed on their machines, I have deferred A dollar or so deposited. in this bank will be the, ,

c ., 7- ; f It is a well-established fact in interurban railroading (that a high-speed filing information against nucleus of aa honorable, iadepeadeat career.' '

trolley line (from Kissimmee to Orlando-s y-would earn twice as them; but after the) first of the year' ,Make yew befiojiuifBOW. -today. Year .b Dk', 7, .
all owners or operator of. machines book win pan |h. wa,. . ."* : '
t much if it charged 10 cents for the trip as if it charged 25 cents fort ',
which do not have this State number
p the t/ip. the back of their 'machine '
f. y appearing on
a' 1 This sounds>> strange, but more people would ride. Ten, twelve four-; will be prosecuted.The '

g'i' teen per cent. retards legitimate business development. OUR RATE IS ABANK machine which runs into your S t ate' BTflk.: :
machine on the road: generally' rung

-e ,. 7ji I .r, a hurry, butt\ the Stat. 1',. 'I .... ,.

A 4'-, .' - number appear oral' ,. the back of ,the -.ofjKissimm *

II, i.Af"'.,tai QI..k "-'1 \-s: ... l :... :;. .' f"' "run-away"" machine; it is not:.hard. ". q>'V.::, ,.. ,,t. : .. -:. , . 3w '

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