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: November 29, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00570
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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TONIGHT THE: WHITES organlcation iat.ons ,on the'our splendid heartiest,results congratu-'following "' .Hallle.- "-Ku4u.Nebraska. ....M, oi Visitor..-........3, Nebraska +, 30ND ISSUE:FOR' G008

the work: of, :your teams- and who Is at present visiting relative
'" we w.sh for the Kissimmee hoard of \' at St Cloud spent Monday iri Kissim

Trade a long life'of.,usefulness in ,the mH'aDd Mas! an appreciated caller at, ROADSIN'fANOT I
: : r; 'WILLPAY THE BLUES up uUdinc,of your community.' ,Shall the, County Bond , the Gazette office. ,Mr. Madison!,hat\ .

Very'' truly: yours been reading the Gazette for the past ..:
H. U. RICnARDSON Secy.,, For' Roads !Not? T two years and has come: to tale up his :'.I; "I
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Jacksonville Board of 'tradeGrowiag or. residence in this section;at least tem'
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.BECEMTCOlEs: 'IS .DECIDED '- -- - and will ALTOGETHER I'i' FMM
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? I. definitely determine whether .. .
All the Time.Miami the many '
I Metropolis)"' Kiss mmep has good things he has read and heard of ,- .
DOUBT THAT'WHITES WILL outgrown itt, "Village Improvement our section are really true. He has
ALL '
That i the question which the people SOME. OPZ'OSITION: ,FOUND :TO:
Soc.ety""and, the ,organization which large 'farm in Nebraska, which be
PAY: :. UP! D.AS BEEN DISPELLED has-been a power for progress in the has leased Mr. Madison expects to THE PROPOSITION WHICH

AND: PREPARATIONS Oacoola city will hereafter be known or the agents of the people will have todecide engage in farming on the Kissimmee DEFEAT'TDE'PL.A.N I
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it. as the "Kissimmee Civic Lagos";AH I prairie MAY. ....'
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I{, i ,HAVE BEEN MADE. :The Commotion'' .:
its future
'Ie health to. '. toon. County. i .OFFERED.: 1..1
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7 t/ '.. 'P00" .00.. 0'jAO. .4004004 COURT DID NOT 'GET en,' will have a meeting Monday< to BLACK .BEAR BROUGHT :The ,propo.ecI''bond initiator 'good''' i,

. O roads not be dead, but it Is'Hmp-,
may
'' TONIGHT. e discus the'question. If haveany. :
0 THE SMOKER ,
you 'KISSIMMEEGAME
INTO ing, and thereis
that it
;wilt
: ,4 : danger

>+.. .smokor mnvae.'Jboaid The exerciser to: be given incident of by Trade the to Klss this the-' 4 4 r TO WORK AT ONCE ,a 'thing 'of'Worth.. ,to offer- do-'not fail .to --. be! taken with for. from an emergency the .field In'nurse:aD ambulance .ready->. I n'to'

,' evening will-be held at theFiremen' ,+. and\ give them the benefit of care it. '' .
Ever since the'Issue proposed'there
... Halt On account 0. appear IS NO f UNUSUAL L HERE 'wall
'DELAY UNTIL TOUAY'GRAND has been much dlscuston concern1' 'I ,
wliehin O OF'CASES '
of uia. revival meeting ; % lf I ;
\ your counseL, Ing it with the result that some conslderable -!
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+ vow In progress the program ct .. .. -
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opposition has been ,
des
the: 4't ,- ,
will not begin until. after ,' .
HUNTSMEN
'4 ..' ONE PARTY OF KILLED veto ed '
0 Services 'are ''concluded at DRAWN'AND f
JURY- WAS The great obstacle to be In
.. "TWO'IN: NEIGHBORHOOD seems .
8:30 o'clock. AU members -
.. about : invited' 01000004044 ,, ,DOCKET SOUNDED. AND THAT fact, that in'order to build good' roads' ..'
old and new.ars TILE
. ,. OF HATCHINEIIA AND over the entire( county that, la. to 0 '
..00000004Thero'e : )I'I WAS ABOUT ALL DONE FOR ; { OTHER NEAR COCOA.. .make a complete system, it would be "

i TUE WEEK: COURT'y ,. necessary build agreatera stretch
: .: a.. of m'leage' than the proposed issue
about HI. ( S UNION SERiICE'HELDTHANKSGIYINIL ,' HAD TO COME AND would
,. PO doubt 1 .t Two parties', of Kissimmee huntsmen possibly construct of brit .' and
., The'Whltel are would to pay justas The usual dilatory manner:of;getting : returning the first '''of the week hence there arose an alarm. from esections
they* said the-1 their forfeit,, court started was present uus'Wectf report bagging black' bear and there of the county that saw no t"i
when they\ lost the r.cenm.ember., " ;.: W nen sit taat'could be1 claimed\ :: DAY -, LEE FOR HIMSELF is evidence to indicate that the gameis chance of.getting a slice of. the road' '

ship contest; and all the Board of lo the credit of the court by fnaay by no' means scarce In this immediate .money: and in reason no one can blame'.
{ Trade, members young: and old have was the naturalization of a citizen, neighborhood.. I. them for sending up a bowl.- .
been Invited to take part in it. Cometo 'f] The real upshot of the matter.bai. -
and the
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ii4M_> .g. w' wad Ki uid jury I* a.- armor, who is coming to' berecognized
the smoker tonight at the Fire'men's docket. HE 1 been that some of those partle.:who
of the
Bound.bg Kissimmee's star
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PART BRUNS' ROTHTALKAND : sports
ALL MINISTERS TOOK -
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t, hall and see what' doing. Even after the grand jury had) been i man, 'eame in'the' first of the week I are IIIOlt interested in building good ..
Dr.' W I*. Wlnn- and Hon. Arthur', dt..... ....\I..u. o.."y 'was caused' by with reports of having killed one bear roads have been asked to meet with,*
.E. Donegan grot' together and arranged offered by two the County Commissioners Monday and
the excuses postmast- and be brought back the pelt to show
it all and'' they have don' *._ .n.u "......,>.i sat sue peituo lor reasons REV. W. C. GOLDEN DELIVERED 1 COULDN'T. BELIEYEVTHATIT for.. It. The. animal weighed:800 discuss' ways"and-'aieans' In a. plain, ,
w ;enough to make the entertainment a -why' tney could not serve, and INSISTj j WAS ALL 'MORE. ;.TITANTRUE pound. businesslikeand. feasible manner.
Teat success Not only will this 'other were drawn in their places. Toe THE' SERMON UPON He was accompanied" byJim Smith. They'are expected: to suggest;"means'
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i feast be'In the nature of A.testimonial gnuid jury as drawn was. composedof ANCE OF LOCAL MINISTER UNTIL HE CAME of Kissimmee. They' went, to.- tb. whereby the Commissioners may build ....
of au.talnlnclrorth; to'the physical the following. i 'TO FLORIDA.. neighborhood of Cocoa and crossed the roads without running be' county., :.Ci.;
4 man but there will be something: doing; Grand Jury-*C D. Guice, 0. L.Alvey. WHO WAS. CHOSEN. I Indian'river.near, that point and proceeded bankrupt.. Rata
In the of feast of reason and -! Proposes to Double..Tsx
also way J. ti. Walker Peter,McCutcheon about five miles into the. coun'"
flow'of soul-.wherever,that vintage, tticbard baas, 1'... R..Bais, ,,H.:. H. Chlsholm C. W. Bruhs, president' of the'Nirboo.eee .try when they struck the trail and C.! W. Ward who is one of the Urgf!
r came from it ,ls 'st ll good and* does bass, f(. K. Willis\ J. Q TisOn, J. K..Lupfer !. Though Rev. A. M. of the, Farm and Townslte Company; eventually cornered 'the quarry. J est individual tax payers in the'coca.ty.sar

service .when,, a fellow is In a tight ; JOA 'H. baisden. J.,$. Stratton Christian church had been selected' the company! that purchased seven 'The other party: was composed. ofa he thinks' the.most sensible
plate ant doe.nt.know: what else to N,. S. blount, lAW Seaman J. a. some time ago by the ministerial conference :thousand acres of land adjoining( Nar- larger-.crowd. The greater numberof way in which to approach the questionIs

lay.Dr. Itrattont.ll.: ,K. Uass, W.. K Under to preach the Thanksgiving1sermon coossee and lying on Lakes East To- this party was composed of men to have a bID passed through the
Winn is'general master of cere : at the Baptist church he insisted Hendon Legislature authorizing county of.
hill, A. E. Neimeyer.'e ,hopekaliga, and A. J. and from Haines City, but there were two
monies lie w 14-look after the main ',ftOH who were eicused'from duty that Rev.+'series W. C. Golden who ,.which ha. been surveyed into ten- from, Kisslmmee,, these being J. ',.. Osceola to Increase the authorised taxi,
menu Arthur E. Donegan and' FrankVans were John W. liaisden postmaster; was conducting a of revival services .' acre tracts and a town site laid out Dann and Holmes -Pratber. They left i rate from 6 mills.a year to 12 millsa'

4 ( Agnew will\ see to th. pilgrim. A. C., Willis, postmaster and J. U. here should. deliver'the, sermon that contains about two thousand lots, Wednesday of last week and got back :year for a term of years until the r
of the desert, and and not break the' series which had good roads are built. He believes the
1 rom the hot sands Walker Justice of tae peace. Drawn that are, now being offered for: sale. Saturday. In addition; one mother 1
; : W. B. Harris and Lewis O'Bryan have to serve in tnt I' places were Lewis'I begun I under hjf pokesmanship.-- So' Spent the past two weeks at Narcoossee bear'' and a .cub-the cub being of thing can be done sanely and Without'
prepared the program" of intellectual Stevens, W. A. kelson and Lee Bass 'it was. services completing final business'de much lighter .weight* Two hours trouble if it U approached in the) .me',
R. C. Campbell was drawn, to act as Rev. Mr. Golden began atthe tails and making for after striking the scent they manner that a man would' !proceed
w' Following'ars'.ome of the characteristic J. s. Jtratton as foreman andJ. Baptist church, assisting the p..-: the of the hundreds' of bad bagged the bear. I about bis own business. .-* .
that Kismraee bailiff Rev, Dr. A. J.' Holt in aeries of propercare Mr. ward's' idea'' is
letters which shows ..E..Lupfer as clerk: tor. a homeseekers who will come This party went on horsebacktothe ; : to ematsf an
** Is.going to entertain some out . Fu-kt Care Today meetings Nov. 24. ,11.,.... preached Western to inspect, these-( tracts during this neighborhood of ttatenineha' engineer\ and have him ran levels from I

? ef town''guests on that occasion;]''. ,The first case aet on,the docket was afternoon'' and evening .every day .winter. V . '* about, thirty miles from Kissimmee. St. Cloud to Whittier and to jrsfes.. theroadabovs '
'which fa tonight The first\ is from scheduled\ to take' place today-this' since and has created a profound Imp Mr. Brans is also president: the.! They came upon the, tracks in the the level of the i tntroenad.

V W. B.:,Royeter, secretary, of Palatka afternoon.. to be exact, at 2: o'clock.: pression. Rev. Mr. ,Golden is from Brun. Bros,, Wholesale Orocery'Co, I bay, and the. bear were killed in the log country.Givs care" to,I 'tathe
1Board'of 'Trade: The "president"ViTftere The case so docketed was that of the Nashville and he is stopping at- the .of Cincinnati, Ohio and baa risen to bay The pack was composed of'all Jug, of, the.roadin. -fconstruction1 ...\ 11
'i referred to there Is1 Howell A. ..Kissimmee Fish Company against the Graystone acompanied by his wife and a station in the commercial and fin.ancial breeds of dogs from ordinary houndsto '..apisr'' agineer -:-', ..'

r ;Jfr'Davla'ex-mayor of .Palatka.. The letters - > Atlantic Coast Line railway company. baby. Mrs. Golden is assisting with world seldom attained by men tilts, .but they were successful in and after tNt" ,""
follow: l The details of the case are familiar the music in the meetings Mr. Golden of hi. years, he having not aa yet had rounding the bear. Tire larger thinks the great ,
'.;. ".4 t ., to Gazette readers, and will 1 be thor is working the Home Mission forty years scored against him, He Is bear -weighed some -800 pounds and Ie will be w ,ft" 0',, i
is InterefiSd
will remain in much
'*' '', Htfvember 23,. 1912.. only threshed out in court.: ''The. action department and Floe most affable of manner; -yet never the cub about'half that weight, probably ; ", _
ida until MayHe will close his meetings tion'ot.good but he doesnt
? 'makes words, and little less. There eleven roada. see
L eeretary af th -Board of Trade is for 4.000 damagesWhat use of-unnecessary a ,,were '
,1 .
7 Jacksonville Fla.. la probably, regarded aa the in Kissimmee.December v \\1-8un- when transacting business goes direct-: men""in the party>> '''W. Norton, -of tbe''!need rot :wastingthe people'smoney t
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r and term of day a week hence: : I to the ,.still he finds time for HaiDee in-building'roads below.Whittier -
ions ot the ly. point City killed .
Dear Slrt'. president, : most imporiant/caaea j i 1p'N
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UnioivService.\ haven unless'.the,' .has ,
>. -'Thanksgiving' a. '' 'county more
any others x>f 'your court' are those against henry W.Sayac. certain amount ot pleasure, being weeks before and there :re- :
.ecretarytiand
y" ,memberswho'may find it possible toeomet ..' The solicitor. served noticeon 'Thanksgiving' Day -union aervlcewas a great hunter. and fisherman.While ports of other game of the same kind money than ther is any; probability" 'iJ l'''t
invited, to that OB account of the held at the Baptist church.and'Rev. here he was requested by a representative being'killed In ,viclnltJ'&mOnC' 'Tamng.r-i . i ; .* J
cordiallY
are 'p'<< .t tne'judge Christian 'l : ,Double. .
A. M. Chisholm of the Lesley Favera Tax Rate.
.
?' hosoitality of thtt.I wide'pubhc.tJ"" given .these cases .hethought'it of the Valley Gazette to give his them being one that was. killed in UM y
of"&M
< .partake" of the:JCi..immee Board of.Trade beat-fort them'to be tried church .presided.- .Rev. S.' S. Snyderof reason foryundertaking such aglg-an- neighborhood of Orange Center,. r E/L. Lesley, chairman of the jBfard:, .::8
I general'good from a specialvenire thePresbyterian .church) read the tic scheme of purchasing seven thousand .Some time Kissimmee was pub'lished of County Commissioners, says nere z
for .
.. and to inset us a by a JUl'J'drawa I ago
w .Scripture lesson, the 116th Psalnr.Rev.. is such en,'urgent.demand for JMfetort-
?. timethe .occasion a and asked that such A venire be sum acres of land here and subdivide to the world as the game centerof 1:
.' et. ;: .. smoker,, tendered by the "Whites being. tort moned. The judge complied with this Dr. Holt of the Baptist church spoke ing them Into tra:ta of ten.acres and" I the State. Perhaps this is. not roads that he Is In ,favor of dsteg.!
.. Sew words of welcome and encouiM' them the marketfor'sale. ; .... fact something atones to... e thaw
the -victorious "Blues. request and the a erUI. now engaged :I putting on strictly: true -but the that game '
..' .. :$? .We would appreciate'a reply'from .In getting Uu venire ,of special jurymen agement, and Rev. H. T. Gaines' of tee to .ttl..to the writer the net being I abounds ,within "reasonable radius, highways, that are traY ',
road.' ITBassenger
Methodist church utte th. closing.prayer. thinks he from
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that will The five cases-entered against rather;unasual a.mercantile. man and thosewho are disposed have"no
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< stating (If posslbUr. you .
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"youit
The houie.w.'crowdediand'It should be
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.k ? ;i to undertake.. : I ; tray 'aD
will thai entire, day trouble in finding all the good
'' with IlL evening'November. Ravage' occupy gun-i '
,"ibe J9 wi 7 Friday '' - ( Monday and will probably'goover.They ... was generally conceded (4 be.one of ,rwhy.I certainly," answered'Mai. rUng ,that they-.wUh, ,..Thank.Bivingpsrtlesw' engineer roads' and the levels! Ybs. Z ,

'n i.tourstilesteordiall; i i are alleged to. be for catue ateaUing 'the most impressive service ever field Brans, "I will give you-my reason for Ps,numerous'' and it Is' tm- -ii;,,
9 in.Kiesimmea-: .collection forchar-. Mr.Lertwdossiis* :
f w..L.WINN..F ,-The ofvthe assignments for having organized tbe. Nareoossee possible report their,.various
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DR. reef game ;;;i .
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t. to spend .fef, ,
i itv was fakepand it. was A.ifenrojsoffering. sary: mousy
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White.t"f .. follows V-: Farm and Townsita. Company the tl ...A.w
: 'fCaptatn; the ''term I are eta* \ 1. '
!ttA.,.. ..... , .p1ut.;' :; ., 4 State of Florida" :: J.:-M. Stalling;; .' Rev.-' Mr.,.. Golden. AS baa- first place abogt..v.rY"Gt.be person % .. : yet awhile the:' thai fiiuwdsFiMiHffis Is advance

V: ', .. '.i. -"'-' -: - ,--1. assault ''With-'intent' to commit murder ,- been.seated- del verbd.theasrmon. 1n'.the'' Northland. ,;West are-talking { ,The ''management' ro t' 'the'. Dixie of ttSthe1 of
". 1"t,3b,. ,>,:r.: 'WIvWlnnsammeera.:1 :, Saturday,morning', November SO about Florida, and have been doing ad theater have secured for'today's: showa the county bet be downlink :
i.YV: '..Dear.. Jlr? ',W4 have your invitation'y State of Florida vs. W, N.r Ains, as- He 'Were Out-. ,.Gazeti.; Reading'',,1C for the past three .or.four years,, and dramatisation in moving pictures of best possible. A advantages. ,sXaM ,be;

.' t ,t.c.-nd.th. .mok..ou.loatto the nu1t.:wit '. intent to commit murder Eldorado Spring, Moot Nov.'"'18- about two years' ago\ after having Homer's 'OdysseyTb1 production utilised. .. : ,'ibotieed
;....i-Jv.iiltorloos'!Blues. and thank .709 for i i batnrday'Novemtfr 80. >' Dear Sir-Your Issue of the 8th was listened to what I believed lobe fairytales Of toil film is said to have cost 1200- '-"Th."meeat'tr0IA.' that I "bvs':
.v. .. -,..; .\ : '.,-'*!>> 1 '.j' State of'Fionda vs.' ,O. d.' \oII"Johnson, a "jlm -dand number. I have had. for seven'days a week all summer 000. and that it is most wonderful and ; ; .. .>Lesley..Is teas:tae. "
. \ I t. very'probabie.tbat f we may bee forging and uttering bank check several people' here to read if and it I decided to come to Florida and startling from.the beginning\ to end. roads that have been tMwra .. do the
rte'r to:vail ourselves of your hospU"r damages $,000,' Friday, November 29. is' about 'WOrD'' out:., "PI... mall me see for, 'myself if, one-third ;of what. r ; prairie ar.rere'prmgo. at Nsdi;,, i

..tif ., corM: 'c\\to your beautiful little -',Kiaaimmee Fish Co..vs.,A...C. L..ByCAMPflKlGl.aS' another copy of,, this date., ., ,,I. want. .to had-been told me .a' tru./- I 'came SlDtWALK' WORK IS they are, In fact nothing .bet i_,...&
<'f':.dty in oar president's, 7iIItchbU.A- VfU\ f. : preserve cams. to this State and:had hardly crossedthe : )' : In my oInIoi.they! sheald be at 1e.
;.p.edviss.yoa by'wire. t tours truly,' line before I'' fe1t",coianced, this l I wide andtwell. sVadasVso-;
cord
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- '-The writer"vividl7 recalls your'' & :;; . T, Fw MARTIN, ; .(Continued ,on.;,Page ,Six.) : Ji1lING'fgR.W t R IlL to prsper levels iaWn by aa,
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special'courtesy., while! in fOur. city enc\n.-\ ink, the ,........ ye'

.--i Ust summer..t , TAKfcAN[ OUTING ., ', .. ... ". .. j <. '''----'' '- I"J.' bave af band would. W .smeel N tllla. ,.
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*. ; ,*!v :- Very' truly, 1' .' ; : needs if 4feey,wejre>preperiy <.....0:0.: ''J
rEALOPi8TREETS"ALREADYFINISfED
,* ; ,W, B. ROYSTER,. tarv. .'-'- : ': : S1" j Heads Mte>e Oaly Wayt* .Ds- ..... ,

c'' Palatka'.Board. of ,Tads,, ; 'PRENTISAT'BEAUTIFUL 7,. : AND OTHERS, ,'Hon.,)Arthar K.'Demegaa wasted'.'' ,>..
... .:.GUESTS OF MRS, J. Wj ** j elect tMs district sad a.rgsbse'i '' ""

1'-If.".t .Winn-. klsslmmee Flsv'MyDear ,. ', .'; SD. Kmmee''and . '}WELL ON; WAY: ; ; who weald. .have sassitajag-.ta say, t
W. L. .. abeeA Hi .... eFVWTto levy: .
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yourJ HOME.
for
thank LAKE ? % j. ;
>!, Sir yon Th. .twice tile readlax' :.>aat is.leded'M,
Iging'the
,' , 'contract for : sidewalks .
of the 23rd and same 'Board ofTradeThe
invitation ,
i kind --- the .
Preeee&'W that be did act favor
is going well forward and it appears
meeting of the .. '' ..
:uwttl be considered at a shall The "CampFire: Glrls. ; under: the ,that,1 the 'work will be finished .such a piaafe '..oa grit Wusfcv -/r' ;>r';
> *',,.smvemors on Wednesday, when I 'chaperonage of .14....- J.' ZRoberson.. even before the,allotted tint of three' 9t seems to me,- 1M .aW.tka: W ; 1

: \\hnamit ,'you,their. thanks.and IcjBrpoweil. -. went for an outing Thanksgiving Day : : months is nnw ,7: f "" TKA.:: .,proposed weiAd levy too Mga a, .t '
+ . K> ceptanee. f'tsh 'Lake.where 'The Board U billed the for the time bev .. "- '.'
people
T to the Prentis pace on Kissimmee of Trade , '.'Though the work. baa been In prtf-1 vnen
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-., ta I" ..Respectfullyto... Secretary:,, 1,I the, '.WI1\ remain until Saturday j ',. Kress<,,only about,two weeks all *.f ing., tohave eelebrate'anepochis.'the
.of Trsde. as the guests of.Mrs,J. WvPrentur tonight; a "Smoker" to \ Main :street has, beoit.Wds.4Cburch ; of I ; solve the ro .proW..." U 4 ,,
,""t!,, ;,1'> ,, Tampa Board pad alas Ullian. ;Prentls. v '' '' Jii toryof'Out'body-ttie.aid '."tepoch ; I : at .eti'PJl of Poise avenue and we.issue i bonds,we can. build aii..., r
t tf... .. j jj.b' t' tarts ; roads ,need 'and take plentyi',of of'
' "", "'' : Espeetecl;. Tne Camp Fire are an organization Dakin avenue and work is now going we ):; *
\ ppnembet"of "" of,the,Methodist church,ot the being a Victory:ticbie.ed'aiera: part !>f'I I forward ,rapidly \ ;
'. 5 : other loea1orpnlA-l: juvenile .Classes' themselves . The, work -J.l under the personal 'su "It is true that our present vaiuatt'oni ,; '"'I' trr
t ion8'were invited includ'ng' Jackaon-. to charitable work in an organ-: the membership by another;part In'a contest pervision of M.......' Brown and, Minor Is low and we could not reasonably v v" ; ,
.rU.,, Ocala and Lakelands It is eon- Iced manner. Tb.la.... planned and forthe: Jaudon Engineering Co 'and \ advocate an.lsue" ot'more -thall' i.W''
, ndently expected that tbf latter will be; put into cued: many" novel and enjoyable :instituted and conducted to get!.more members 8v S., Bursa i representing\: the city*";No i it i.$360,000 .with our valuations at- se.' w3 .J

}- heard from before the final arrange. entena.t.nmtnta. but this time they into:::the said Board of-Trade..w.Wetro.t '_.. h 1'. hr n l et t'o"i the t'me' the''''proximately three millions and a aeK,,: ,* <.
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; Jpiepta'hav: been:complet. are indebted to Mrs.Prentis and her . work commenced and the.work Is evioe -". A bond to order to be Rood In the riser u
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: ;, ,'V -.!' "* .j I charming daughter for the pleasureswnica :that the meeting tonight is destined to signalize < +c S5 RRicbard.oa'trawl tne enjoyed on this.delightfuloccasionr : laid down the valuation, but I cannot,say t i I'ita.U '
Come.JaiksonvillelFla. : as by city engi ri
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v' ( Those who:.attended, withpossiblyone 'L f indeed a reawakening of, that, body, for neer'and enforced by'Mr.'Buzza.Id favor of a double tax'for road vac'D'rert */ .. ,.
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f- t. two were: ;
.r 'W,. L WlnnJ'Esq.; ;Captain'of>I the, ."Jstbe1: Gilbert or OrphaKoet exceptions;,:*..,Ethel :the. advancement, of KissimmeeV. prosperity, any different event the city is. presenting and It"te X know w. need the roads sad wa've'a' (.1,

.'.', ,....Whites, ,KIsBlmnne,; Fla;the.23rd', Lee, atdo.bel1eltatrieUelen"Jsase" and well. being '.There'Is notbing'hanrabout a improving very every appearance day under the operations got to; ref. them' some .way,Jart\I h
Dear Sirt .Y % iiI ii in
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Ethel .Roberson, Leona Koberson .
todaylettercof '' of the of bandit ,
large sores
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inst,,received 1' 'Sarab. Ann Fowler, Ruby* Prevatt, 'it; Ch.t tbingi'have been done before and which.to think' );th 'prooosWon-Mer. : -t
=Plead aecept. oin': appreciative 'Winn plo,."",by the,engineering. .company.. tnyn.lton f Pw'CIQ--, ,
rAnnth.MaryLewi.'Mildred 1 '_ ,_ z'M .
thanks for your cordial invitation for,''Maurice ,,tj+nn,' Kathleen., Bearden. .. '" .. {can be done again by a thoroughly .co.opera.' > ::tM.i'D.Tindallr ..r.Nareooa'd S.".:.t. befor.pomndttIng. : : V---\ : .: ' v.-kr ,-'
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,the officers ,ft thls'oriranlsatlon. to be Mato BoJdo Valet BuUock> .Lilian : :; 4 CL..Haatin&'l wilt.et 00"11II..1'; ."' .01l.dl'1-r.....,
fire The'Va11ey Ga'xette of'Ronaymede, waretransscting
spirit "get-together :
smoker ,
presentat' Tour Friday Prentis rnena Q'OUb.ICo.. O'Berry ;' a !The County Commissioner have set
i the'suoeeesfuii.dae : If business in lastSatswday.
.. next' in celebration of J..aua,..'hom..; belle'tiardy.: : welcomes i th's-city1 Monday. a time to d<'kcnss the road ,
of your, membership'campaign..[ ;;' '. . ]"thejueat9"withm: ti its'gatessled 't.Mr. Hastings! baa. a lave ..tueatloa.. Tbes i ongoing comsstsei i -
\ I regret very much, i indeed;that owing! ; extends them the besthospHaity which, . lit Miseoai. whare jy apende his I . an wltats anxfons to start
I. to t". taet that We are very,busily eniiJ.Ia }.)>.A large nnmber of,:our'local ;IJicoroam .; ; . .... . Me "I .. quit .. ...
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::' .f 1 ::' ..t Dr. Cole'a appearance that city the deputy sheriffs of the various- pntl.a
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.e Grow. .Sugar '.f: following' complimentary.notice laws and other public officials, to that
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l' 'Before a large audience last nightin .. the infraction-of
statute issuitably ,
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11d" t l' ,,' V ,I . Methodist church Dr. Gorge LaMonU law I. For. the .most, part, no doubt, the :, ',
."J'J... 'I6'j'\ ... . ., . ( Cola formally inaugurated the lyceum : do' shooting of birds by young lada .la des
"f I 0 '-i.h ..,. . ",. _. .. . course arranged by the Woman' Aa.xUlery to thoughtlessness, and to the budding
', ''' I;,:."" '. . .. EXPERIMENT o.'mAnY'YEi\RS' AGO.WILL BEREPEATED1 of that church;.delivering Prehistoric a lecture Instincts of the sportsman within' t f'th.m. '
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.* ., AFTER. SO. LONG, ._ ,TIME., 1 People of the Southwest.-'Cliff Dwell-' : shall foe see' the reasonablenes Mid the lea: .1.'
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la.Ylew.of the recent exy.rinseut in I appears to be hard to find,and tap to This bel_"' the Ant number of. the I our birds,
,, ,'the growing and milling. of sugar near I date has not located anybody for the 'course'the ladies-'whoa.had-charge : :: than those which by devouring ,
: t b Si; Cloud the news.which cornea from position. Across this. little bit < oii'er vast quantities of harmful Insects are ',
t tropical garden the arrangements were just a .
I the }best friends of the
Miami/that an extensive augar plan. from both sides he plans to construct i anxious as to Its success but the highIT -. : bird The. horticulturist. /
v'f Station.will' be etarted will M of a.. paved-. boulevard bordered with I Interesting and entertaining lecture per which pas no body ..c.J.. J.worken J.
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at'Interest.. Th. Miami Metropo. palms. At :the:v cornernext: to of Dr.' Cole dispelled doubt. ..,--,;; ' are so numerous ,eo {
,t1t :. eontaina;tha following. news story main road ha will,build a large dub "' i>,,. Cola came to Jacksonville whim:tty <' : tireless and Industrious, eo' cheap, to l
,.. .. f interest:1 -/;' -; ' ,: house for.,the u comfort -of; ;travelers praised by tha press throughout she I''T"' ; : > shall I I maintain and, so ,attractive to look ataa ,
of"t ., are the birds .Jt la beyond all 4.. ,
.'1'. ': :,r-'WHh": plana' for a''thousand''acre' throughtha" winter season.. ' country and the'maate'rfal'IIl&DJI.r'ln her ; .
'pAs, i y. ''et.M; ,..J'.... 1tMaeh In Dade county,'Dr. Wm.: " ''e>s Be. B>BB* aala wBaB 1 BiBaBa*P Jaj.KeaolaUona :which he handled hlaaubject last night r ::,, : '' :ft the slaughtered:1'tpUollalllmnf: in'.webi 1 that;numben.these are,beta; *-?.t 1 1What'
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JWioIrhardto end Miami's wall known *f Reeeeci"iN'Muiory'ef proved was'darly '
'; ,':..' ''_'w.l..U. UJiTed iD the d ty loom Ctn.wltk . ' the '4 ..... .. .CLK. l"naUI":: ' public sentiment which wi'l Insist -
... Burk.JiW ,Those present'at i i 'the lecture'were ; neat tope* ,..
;ii... >..f ::: mrd. ;r. ."''Wlltiaps,. jr. (By Orange m'm; ; Lodpre No. most agreeabll'eurpHs.d,' the speaker this the enforcement of such laws for the...
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our life
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Mta and attractive I us are now
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, w ":;. t:+",4o 4l' P q .,, eIi.'. min was.. .... o _': 60; A. F.: and A, M.Whereas .) .G personality \1:} )}y.. yr : ; '.. enacting of one "or'two c.t.ller..s..
Ct : .f n Dr. ......rottls 'd. a '.' .t4er ., interesting subject. te'
it laws for '
; "'0" .baa. pleased the .Great The lecturer proved indeed rnatitarof. :. as/ ; on. abln.'p"
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., of a t Giver of'' Life, .to remove from 'his his'.aubjeet..holding the' undivided : tection to t -rows;, There,:00."'..
.v es. NtNre"r : e U. 88.bt a ly.bonoiu: :beloved brrtherC. attention of his auditors for about an 1. : : law also to be a state warden, and ..t..... '
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'1)1'1"-) et !-*t tjvtogs >E..,, Franklin, who pasedfrom,labor hoar and 'a' .half.That he bad'. :: :; boys of county and local wardena. operating!
'r: : ;"' tent ta the to.retruhmenOD Oct' ; ;( under his direction businessTl ,
27, lt.l2i; A Dt, voted'mnch'timrtothe.tudyof tha J . whose
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Platea.. uel'Wh.rea
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t $ Bro.Franklin .haai been -
The members of the Woman'a Aux )
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'rtc', otK,18mJIee eouth, for! m n"l'unia.faitht'U; and;; ;,d : Mikl'.C ".9e4 :pJeaaed :baa Mr. ....... [ ; I < and I if,
all: I: b tb. :'. wlnl' teaeftdlaiid.bondrW.member;of 'this.lodge. and, the suceas< of the opening'numb and : ;! < . :, W.'. .rri+.131adimanr, rIt -. ,

eJt.It ..(.. GUet tNt ha Jag dec:14t,1l : community;' ancl-: l Idttaen- L'of :1 that Uhe.'couttei'arranged-will., 'meetwithgeneral .. ,. '_-- : ." . . _. .., '
p ; ....'";ta_ ,ylaat t' rv;"wrta during,oeo'A ser the s ,win.ap.oot. Wh.I'8U-BrorFrankllD, ( was,,in . *" approbation I- /!;LI i. v.V--. Yr ili! !iifi! .'!ft.iili! ! ili.! Ii !i$ !Ii !ii !iil! '!i! ili! !IiRIili! ! .
respect a loyal Mason,who .
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"I t ..".. .t the prineiples''bf our order In cot : OrO"0 b . ,0'f. '
: art! ".. .. | ;UK:grind the" output net,) upright I virtuous life, ". 0 ?
''I''I.! ,,, 'b.ft. :. he ..aa-with''considerable 'dlf- Therefore..Be It Resolved 'ORANGE CENTER., e : ."
I. i!""' '..t.< ,...,... .... Dr';'BwkharaH baa finally'af Blossom Lodge. 'NoV 80-A. by 1I..and'A.Orange f.\IH' ai'1SoT"i\ : \A N :d R" D, CDole'' kN' i
v'./t 'J4. ii.ty one that does weD M..thatwhlle' we deplore' the death 00000000'0000.O+b000R !II . : ;a .i; > ...J ; : .!I1" ,
.Ao'rial eitfar'soa.. ; the variety.of .1 of *urw beloved 1 lbrotber'yetsthat r w.ihumbll''bow ', k..IJb. IIiQ \ 1 _> ......,---:l.fJ.f.'r/ ; \ '

en l ',...W Kor I gsewr the f.to-4 Nbbo.orttt....t"and. taU and: doeth all'things!! to the'wu1of'Hlm well' .: who, Ilss Jrl wme. Friday of last" week." : ;; . ; .rv'. ., ..L ., ,"'J! : . .' I.' ,.. .
/ :"r!Y to 111 i M* tting everwhich'has. been,,, : Resolved further,' .''That 'we will Mr. L. J. Munger. .was,.an 'Orlando. !Ii .' 'I..o" <;.' .a. to' ." 1 (' :..J.' .I : .. " P
.;.>!f>d' wife so many ether .klmlt., cherish"the sitor Thursday .. '-f' ;.!.: S I
memorybf our deceased .it.
'. '+rri '" 'was-. anted"'t" Fel>,>orti1' -' brother :and +commend .his.. virtues Mr. andjMr, J.tOllvel"iteturo toasmmee ; !fit; iU ..,f1 ; ? : ; : : : I y
'.''4 f fen!:.'made: :*.* .remarkabled'although /worthy' of all Imitation-' .1' :as' ,, Mondky after a.. few days .Ie:7..n' :SC..I Outfittersivxi.F 's" Y:: ,
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't \1' :& perfectly aatik'Pd'y Be/.It',still further'ftesolved, thatrwexwi sit iith'theirt lllaught;:'-MriItR4J... : I. :1yll'; .uit ., j .. -Variety,... tar as ,..lt.r : i !Ii I '-. ' .t
: spread-these resolutions
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wish'to plantsexien.ipn the. go C&D\lItMonday\ ;: .q ; z .

".""" .0: .fi.ffJe., !Re'f'=_5tetM dl hI.'4ad'ehe'government'4IpcMi tta'lIU'&t .ii..,emu k.a'sams/and'thatrwe'copy,> requesting; 'to dty'the papers furnish;::publication of' another Kissim--of t t..o pkren;we a,;k.Wrr''d.cl1tll'I1'With and rMrs..Jame. *"Mt'*j-Boyja'Bo)1,.dMrv $&Bht'J: :"'r p D. 'r : .'G.\ 00: d'f'N', 0't' :Ions" :.U".II4( )>S..fi,0".e'.#,81'$" .' '

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.T.t'mfV.f"fer: : : ftti,7tlt.''purity' of .tithe, :rfoundest- sympathy in this .hour .of rs. ,Annia! ;Reed Sunday. ",'|- > !Ii 1 "I. y : i
:' )' t-iolca' at 76.2'pert: eent,' btl' Mrs::: 'Elmo 'Coue11' "Wai'a* b i.InesseItorfln : "
Sureosa.ini .thetJ'.I.acI := : 1 '
..1.V' the/JaJbe.at" 1ZA0 'per-''cent4he'r...j" '"Respectfully! tie.\'I8III..tMI', subm'tted': '"{ ;ee : | -Orange; Center Monday,??} :: ; ;; Specialty 'o t f ReW-tQ-Wear Goods; ih i-
tiif9.+ W'A.; Spence string of fine .,
.COpeing.ugare In :juice at 2.13 per cw t,l'fA: \ f N. C.BRYAII caught a :.
:. +rr'11i'w tat'thel"nported that the cane 1' '. 'A. tJa HOLT, ,, K tiass this; w eIW. Those fish'ng' in.this .alocg. ........1 '. .;. ..' ," ,. '" '. '" ,. '. ,

;.'".i..'"Yev'4a:': 'to! 't'CIried: ;.;.,considerablybefore. '--in""; vr', "; ...M*, a'itnbther bus. .. .. -,. ...PWJ STALKER' : ; vicinity.rccentiy eafu "
., \\f. ,'i*. : pluiIebrti l i doct.or.W i'', ,, .-IlsimmeeiFla.rNov.-101912.' i- - Committee.,; '' den T Everything-' grtwlng'aplendldlyr l Uie'J>alt ,yiew. .One':.prr to; ',l1't"l' : bJf.:' :. :rSeeA-Js'! '' ,BeforeBuyingrr '
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work'out thfl win f*. reMaiwMS> a>v.* it a4M *wMf. * L ,
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"!Untold .Tales' From'the Boyleod':ofCTl Vrtiti/' .., '
\te bttattie& of'the publishers to' Uter des "Barrier ;'Xey ... ;
| Quickening Myrtle t" ClusUrof Sea pusfltV tsM, Wit Miranda. ,".>ete.".. .
yeeoa. lh wthe'ubuiuiption' 3 "_T *_. .. . A ' '- -' J : ; ,
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r ssidedtohim:: complimentary 1 y by our Board t ;"Mytidel.Oh Myrkle, bonny,'e.l; Englishman. 1 Wi .cloth.. were :torn" 'N42'F5'.I." \ ; .

will'/you-step to the porch'-yonder. ana.muddy, He -was bleedjng from <: : ,.
of County CommUwoner, for tile purpose \' My -eyes an not so rood ss th.y were. a wound.in the right'temple.. His 0
'" ten'yeara, ago. Somehow I'' have' a arm hung i limply at Ms l
the "-side.< One "
,, acquainting<< them with ... "tna.U- 'advantages. .feeling' that Robert:, ,la.,in dancer of the Indian was,binding him to ,astake.'He.bore'himself .. .BRADLEYbeM: "
+ and oppatunitit this town and county- offer The boat should ',have rounded the unflinching ,- .."... . Ii=NmflOt
y turn In the river' an hour ago 'and ly ,however as if'disdainful of their '
S' ;' the homae 'ker. 'The paper will be maUed her it Is nearly 'sundown. ;
aYewweeksto Perhaps cruelty, and willing they' should do I. >i :' .ee'if.
yon can see it. except :/..ppears'.VtIthiie ,
their worst rather than.any sign'of,, A A
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whose is given,
,. any person name Captain drew
Donegan himself a. suffering should escape from him. : bags.ofi; Ift'hgrade,
its, and il'they. should desire to receive it regularly -, little .mon erect, looked anxiously towards ' Myrkle gave a little quick and half / -- b ..
.. .. . the. waterfront and then set. suppresed. cry of/dismay and in its ,W. I lCI4 :'Ot
1r. : reifte -; ;we"" would ,be' glad :to put ting down In a curious. halffashionedporch volume there was something, more w'oovera'" ''
chal.began.. lowly filling hi. than fear.. There was a man/differ-. '' ;and '.' c 1i',1.;".
them on our '.ubacrip: n list at the regular pipe. \ ;
,r I ent from any she had seen befo...- He es., "l tL
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''Myrkle Donegan his
young daugh was young and strong and bore himchlselled -
is rates, ter, cam out a moment later and as with small 'features,.' '. and 'stood 'for quality for fiftpyearar jlt'fiij: ,;:$ :
she stood in the doorway her father's self like '
a prince. ,His face was finely best tan '' y
t .eyes turned toward .her with softened there was an expression:: almost spiritual ' guarantee you 'haveit'ij: !( '

i expression' love and tenderness. ,. upon It, in the,reflected glow of 'insurance. ''No 'other' brand ; a.end,: J.-a\\
: She was indeed a picture for any the moonlit jungle. Strange emotions '
father's heart.., Sledder-a. a flower surged through her mind unknown'as and maintained ,its ,supjfemacy so\ :long:'
!h the> first blush, of womanhood'in :
they were undefined pleasurable '
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her unclouded innocence she had won and suggestive of vague terror is.-'no' secret''atout; ,the'. wonderfulgrowth ,
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the sobriquet of the PrairieFlower. what should she doT If she '' the
of Bradley tradd{, iif Florida '
.'" For ,Sale She was barely sixteen years of age'I could only be sure that the band before :*, ;.
: ,. : p. Her eyes were blue as the lakes of I her' comprised all of the maurauders it., is/the/' 'natural ,result: of .superior'mnritof ; : ,
Killaroey .
and in their ,
limped her task of
dePthevdn would be. more simple "
:. : \ .. subtle nervous hidden fires wblehue&'tated solution. But there might be another the .goods themselves.
I ;* . ... > . the courage of. Irish ances who were the
: LAKESIDE FARM AND GROVE Thii. splendid proPerty; con.... ton and a'' rellerve-of' power. Her part Then too marcmng there came upon the BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS"'It

t : '. bins In '.cre.; l located about three'm le. from' the city limits of hall'wa golden brown, falling In sickening .thdught of Robert. 'What
careless disarray around the shoulders hadjbecome of her brother! Had he .
;, Kiisimmec. fronting nearly half' mile on beautiful Lake Tohopeka- The "' "

.' lisa and extending to the county, road. A' most beautiful building smile tender had excited mouth,the showing admiration an even river been. !murdered' and thrown' into the' .. has, never tJeeivthe:: ,, 'policy.,of |ho. .Company

r !""spot on the county road with'a line of live oak trees planted out in j all youngmeir.in what is now knownas Leaving ,the spot fqr the'present, to sell the cheap st'zoods. \
', the form of a square which would surround the house with beauti /Osceolacounty, but Myrtle had she made a .qulck' detour.,.around to The best JertUiztra'are'tbe '
ful shade that hat green foliage the'entire-year around This prop- trated'their' .ttentlon. .' 4th general. the Fort Kissimmee trail,. which had cheapest IIi tbe'' long run and, the 'best; ,b
kindness and courtesy: : .She loved her : been built by the government sometime too good for Florida '
R. ,erty1i fenced and cross fenced into four or five different.encloi- father, and the prairie home, and before She had never 'our" trade soils are' '

urea, There are nearly ten acres of grove'mo.t of, which are fine ;' knew aught of either. passions or seR *in doing so. Like no many preconceiv.plan another- deficient in all the principal elements of plant?grtnytfa;

:' large bearing trees,' balance younger trees; comic'g, put:I''about half timCI! ts. ,.1 t woman she wanted time to,think,' in and 'they' ''must.tw.,I added ,in larger, quantities*"than ,
i" the farm' is very fine hammock, rich 'and! 'productive and a"'greater < The Donegan home was one of,the a grave emergency. " .'. .in' most other states* For)( 'this
molt prosperous in the whole favored The reason Bradley: .
kl, the Iud is in the artesian belt where fine flowing wells can: inspiration came, when she had ; -
shad I region which.in )later days-was to become stole down the diver for a.. short, dis Fertilizers are the fertilizers for Florida. growers; r
being'three'8owin 'weUe'at'thepresenrtimeiasisroom ; |
Then
a gracing ground fort herd. of tance.At the end on the river side; .
;house with two:'J>Crche.. 'surrounded 'by; beautiful'' live oak i fine' cattle and out-rival the plains'of where the ferry crossed, she saw the 'I Write:;ua today lor: booklet, mailed free.
trees'somepretty"palms in the front yard and banana grove 'near the West. in their productive qualities. boat in which the ,Indians had' come i

'' .A ebOUM;. good stables; corn 'crib wagon shed and hay mow This i,, for mav down the .stream and alongside was 4 The'Ameri '
The house itself was a rambling, another boat'which evidently had be-, Agricultural.Chemical. Cow
is very valuable and the be had. including
proposition property'can .
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two-etorted structure -'In' ,
"' placed the longed to the young stranger. She JacfcMBville SUM Deswrteea*. .;
::.. the grove and improvements for $100 per acre on most favorableterms. heart of the Donegan Ranch,'upon a made her way to the boats and quickly "P.O.Box2ie .. ),
A great fortune can bs built up here is- the citrus fruit industry picturesque headland in front of which lashed them; together; and formed ,. ,JackMarffle;.Florida,: }

one can make a good living and have some money besrde.ln. rotted tea serpentine river :''And Myr-f barricade on the land side with sacks 5 ,r S
truc:1in'and' thus the'returns from.th -'' kle, since her mother's death had been of provisions'-and camping outfits
J farming; leaving grove each . .
its presiding h08te.'The'' . '
outside from the ,
%l+ '' rough 4 ,craft. Then loading two ,
: year which would soon put a.man in fine financial condition. 'This chimney"and wide porches"had other guns; which were amongst the .

tl! property could be divided into four or more different parts, each one, been:, made,. a vista, of beauty by' her equipment she paddled and poled the 11"1"1. 111111111 M. 1111. _in. 111, i. 11"111"1''.. . *
;.,. ;. having fine orange and farming land This property, must be seen wands, ror pretty',wild flowers and strange craft towards the Point ;,
; cote be appreciated it has the real, intrinsic: value.; fragrant vines bad been'' trained to ..Myrkle had exercised :every precaution .
screed' them' from the plonee1'l' and in her movements, but. they
.* -We also have truck farm's and city properly, groves of all kinds the Seminoles that floated down. were detected., ,The..sharp .asap ,the 'Electroliers' '
and sizes. Correspondence solicited Prompt attention to all inquirie. stream. The interior too, bore evident Indians- bad caught the sound of tlw : '1.
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k'5 ces of the tender '
*.' ; thoughtfnllness running waters of the paddles.. There "
a woman' ;and pretty little knick. came .,wild cryfrom, the wood. Jk. ,
: : knackscreated by her''' own',hands,' shot hissed a protest of. welcome over .. . '..
found place amongst:the rifles guns" her bed Turning the .prow of the *,
: NELSON REALTY'COMPANY antlers riding boots and other articles craft into. .crag she caught'Up' the A great variety from which to make your selection. ,Dainty < .

incidental'to.pioneer da,... ,' rifles and turned the point of one upon little electroliers: IOftfpleatialeIa.dIMlomea:, j handsome .
iMyrkle ran forward with a*pretty Seminole he 'from brass electroliers'? domes of< <
i a huge as emerged 1 : rithysne4lbapt'and'colored; : / ; ]
,J; Over .Citi euaBank' KISSIMMEE. ; ,FLA.: little gesture of alarm and placed her the.thicket. brandishing a long, club. rich designed glass( ;,and gorgeous"1 Cut' Glass '
. ..- '. -.' ." around ertrolien' I iOwenCotter
'YW I rrS arms
re ass ;" ;; Captain Donegan's'meckand Bracing, herself she .iired. The Indian -
; 4 that 60 the roan with Brilliant splendor .
kissed him. *Then she looked long t i went down, with a.cry', of. rage:, I '
.+- .- .-. ,-_ r and searchingly'up the'"riyer' for the :The entire band now-leaded I from the AU IMcs :J..t iY.i. .
1 boat in which had shrubbery.,, Myrtle fireO. ,and fired ,.Our Sarprise:

(, S )- ,1 I .oi; -S" S gone In search of. thieving Seminolesthat again, and again fired and each time w .We.have,.ecliped' :.sJl-fonner) "':records";for::variety,and '. .

;. ,, Let' rloof Show the' ProoFWe The very shadows.morning.'Were now lengthening, ; "' a war-dr mlDOle.ttired>ess rolled, or in fell all over the Into glory the, o{ splendor in.our,,,19l2-HolidsyrgonHi .IF Sterling.Sit flvret US.. ':(f finn ?

I IQ the clearing. But no'boat came to soft soil.She ." ,, Gold and Silver Jewelry. Clocb.and. Watches. Umbrellas I

; ... ---- view. She returned and sat in her could sea the Englishmanstruggling ,. and Canes. Rich Cut Class, three of the fees* maka*jp; tip: 1
are State Represente'Uves for the father' lap with her ,,face pressed with his cords at the stake, I ,;Hand;: Painted China:'great liH' BNws'Ml! (SxJPrice *.-
against his. The melancholy note ofa and near flint shouting cries of admir.ation ''' "rights "' ',' " ? r .. '
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0" ,BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES night bird sounded to its mate and mingled! < with baffled imprecations ,. ,1.,.' ., y ,
boat in .. "p .
yet no came sight.t ;
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at his -own- futility. : She .saw 'f' S 'S. .. ,' .r.' A : '
x All. Kinds t \. Stationary and Marine. t 'The twilight came, then an ems: this, with exultation; that was "
presslve darkness followed by. the spiritual rather than J material, saw
fir . and' '" first mellow rays of the moon, which two;other. Jewelry, aO.6D ;; '. '
c lighted up-jungle! prairie,f and river her" expressions of'diabolicalcecruelty .

.Engines; ,Boilers, Hoisting/Engines: with a peacetu 'glow that had little upon their J hideous-faces.. Then came FRANKLIN STREET.. vfhones ,?? (1; ''v
, suggestion of the visitation a sharp'sensation of pain In' her left '
to follow.
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TAMPA, 130p 1,979. ? IDA. ?:
Carry shoulder.She, felt herself ;. ,., 1. .11 ,
and a' General Line of Supplies. Captain Donegan"moved- restlessly sinking .. f .. r t .
'. from time to time and Myrkle shivered sinking.-7-the bizarre picture vanish "
for J all Purposes- involuntarily.,, ? The pals moon now Inf'ln. swirl of milky.vapor. . IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI' ', ii ii Mini i t. , { ii, linn,' *- .f.
. : It. .hinlne\\ upon' their ,upturned faces Donegan'when he saw that .,..r.a,.., f-,", .. 'S'o" .t
THE :H. E. PLO MACHINE :COS seemed to only augment, the mj1steryot..t1'lnp Myrkle had ignored his -commands to ;
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colors ,and' fancies all remain :'by hiss.side, had barricaded .
,, \ (4< : :ho()pCEAfISTREF JACKSONVILLE,; FLA::- " around ..them. ': every door and Window ave the'front I ,E.tblUhdlBGO- I! ,'-. ,..>. ',.---:...." ,w: y' r" \ 'WI .....:b'.r, ....... '

Captain Donegan had a reason perk/ entrance andthen-with infinite .J. Si STANTON''tqo: "
-: .t't'JAeal j%' ', and Long Distance Phone..'; i..a8t peat'' He fever "; : : ,.
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: : naps for.feeling uneasy for they were Point was ,,10' weak from WHOLESALE P."ODUOI'.. r1s
:: living perilous times;, .;The government and his arm-that";be ,)lac!, no, logical eoraeee"rs' (>' ..".. . \ : "
:' .,1.. waavt.". ,with .the, ,'Seminoles plan 'of attack.* lie only knew that a e*>BOiivr. :S ;;' MEMF4IB."TENN.Ori.m.r. . .
': ... .' . n and. besides; there, 'were dangerouschatacters Almighty God that looks over the _'' .. ,'C; 7rapefrtt' ; \41- .foo<. '"I isle,. ,
,roaming .around, without weak and the innocent would show him ...-
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t Lone Distance vocationt4r.princtpls.* He.knewl.Ro- the; way.' The ,.fusillade'of': '' :bullet '-'

< : Jtd.vert sIQg : Phone 299 bert and"hi. 'ability to take -csre of I came; :lu8\ as he reached the-edge: of ; ' ' ,. .... ... ... ",
; himself but in the event of an attack i the thicket.. He staggered, into 'the *wag .examining'khrcotintry:; : :'wkii'avierp .
from enemies he could! render, no assistance circle. of .light and saw the lish to Investments,:Myrkle 'and the : '<""'.:
for' ht ha4 broken hi. right man.' Taking ,out' his' knife with his latter were found frequently . LNYrSiIi
,j ssaying''the; "' right thing .,-T; armA short;time before and he was good- hand' ,.he cut the, thongs which and."the' acquaintance formed -under' ,
*, ' recovering from the!! woqnd and froman bound'',, and'then/fainted' not such trying; circumstancessoon'ripen( -.. .
: ; at the right: time S attack of fever, front fear, but from shearweakness.The ; ed Into a' strong affection. 'X: 4" '. _fa.eAlr.;, h
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- : Suddenly their taut nerves recorded stranger' made ,one'; bound,'.to ; Myrkle- h.reeif.'oould not '-deny$;ithe' 'a "l'" 'I,,
., ) in the right the'' sharp report of ,a 'rifle when a rifle-,w.. lying upon ;the with Which,sheaccompanodpHume 4?! rThs'los: let memlasjelty m i ,| ;rt
\ ; 'way,; ? shot! : 'Captain Donegan sprang' to ground.one that had been overlookedIn -on;trips, into'the lt ,**&.A, .....'- .I.J tflsdbsiiM' Sl,lj.*.
. 'his.feet with muttered the; excitement< and taking quick I and and down river
a imprecationof prairies; up tho ':O'....... ..
We'maki a soecialtr of ,.ian"lnlr"pre ring dismay; then sank back' with',a aim, pulledthe trigger. ,On* Teas In. and the'enjoyment! she 'derived' from {.. slMaq'1'wfll:
ligrature and ,conducting camD&1gn., for half stifled cry of pain'realizing hi. dian- ,,,,, alive, to, wreak'. savagery the thonsaru and one little ...ttentlon.oJ .dogW.Masioetu ;, Yasren.. --
i,' Land Companies, Boards of'''ndea,;,Munlci- helplessness: Myrld.,ran to the end upon the settlers after that'' shot. He he ifcpectfully''rendered to her. "The"..i! ;! 'of'('"soeeeasfoll' ''" .t.-"ta- M}}x
j paJities and Individuals.; of the'V porch and 'as she reached it fired ''again, and the last of the;varmintviell sequence' to;: there came to their ate' the quick. headlong athwart' the,bo". therefore came naturally,' and in tune .,.. ..'f
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spiteful hissing more bullets, as ' harmonious'even life off the' '
( ADVERTISERS they tore through. the,weed. and vegetation Frederick, Hum,,", for""7 this was the ranch rf or",the j soldiers, had now approached -,-,. w.' .'''''fi ott'ueepj :ii*t ;' ,
GLENN-REAGIN ,' about.two'',hundred yard up stranger's. 'name,' rushed forward the:,territory In,which the.,-* ;5 tii bej neTnii "city.'and [ ty
the river when a dense arm of Jun kicking the writhing.bodies of the .... lived and th V'felt auite secursv ''and suburban real estate.Mjss .,"" ' ,
'{ a i'le'cut'ojftbe '"view-. making enviable ares aside with distrust? to where the ;: Captain' ....'.and Robert/were// ; ". .t .. ;[
TAMPA. .e.. ..FUORIDA. . place for'' ambush. girl had fallen. : H'-bad seen her fall, 1 sftting on- the porch;upon an. evenings !' :
Myrkle' ran back into the i house;: ,and with fearful apprehensions. i almost similar. to''tbe-'ono when he.' n r v stm ntC; .. <
Hastily taking a' rifle.from the rack Lifting herfromthe pileof. sacks: ; I had'-watched for the.Iatter'.'.
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\ kA ) ; T' ; und: : some ;ammunition, she' .crept with all the tenderness of 'a woman -Mr.. Hume and ''Myrkle were Inside.' '' ,
'le Alphabet; "clean up" sermons. ; stealthily. ( 'of the .re ar. door and he carried her back,,intothe- clearing; J reading *}' book: together, while he : :, .''Iefsdih
:A-Aim to'' .>5cArbor-day'annual 1 '"I NA Next.to godliness is cleanliness.leaded for a lone trail that led io the then stopped with a terrible fear grip,' fondly. ',"-n, but.hand. through' i the iI' ;i.> *' > > > > > )t*> 4 co )s .
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ti ma O-Organize. 'tho children'" into civie Point; She'*'could, hear the captain ping his heartA stealthy movement I lovely. golden] tre... of her hair. .. : ,
'" clean cep t day.; t leagues. calling t oher '.. ln'the sounded tha.warningofanother. I' "Shall ( ,' .. .. f...
B-Banish.Ihe tin can.diatrtct'fiom N she ran on, stooping jungle : :'I. go and :ask him now TMwhjspereU . .. . '
.t P-4-Plant .tr..., and low 'avoid Before he. could .". '"
/ ", ' then\ piano. to the hanging? moss.and approach. [ Hume In,,the pretty.little' IW",9IrL'
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your city ; : 'trees and plant'more-trees. had
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, branches of tangledundergrowth.A deposit his burden on the ground howivera which he somehow found '
'C ',- eaii'uptbe' backyards and"al-' Queation' ",authorities' , about city troudled.thought'; of leaving ''.him tallstrong young man burst amidst the mass of ringlets.. .'"Is now r_ ,TReir: boat, Was 'drifting;'idly,:;theun1' : ...
4 ;I.ya'D' ''.expenditure.: .. made her hesitate for a' moment; but Into the clearing,.dresed in the ,cos- a-good. time, little sweetheart T'! ft .">'. ;. shone v soul; '.".
f Destroy! the nibhfehy'linrning.'EEducate t T-Take time: do"your ,part'at: all this, sha; dismissed as''Unworthy of a tome of,,the pioneers '. That is for you to, find, out," said and'the sea wa,serenvhi she- : M'
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: housewives. . to'. demand'dean times. race tthat.. had hown ,nothing; but Speak p met Oh. she-cannot be .Myrkla ,roguls y., ,- -\(4 she;'was sitting.snugly not on, the' .t !" I
markets.,," ,: .. U-Use' every opportunity 'lo.'Im", through successive dead.'Alacri'have.. killed bits .. v: \.
: ; v . .. courage ;< generations -; i myownslater"he'exclaimed Hume pressed'her to and kissed I same aide> .. .:/....'Fine-"every: 'club' member ''who prove the"general.PDlaranee. ,, He...8 comparatively safe at incoh Yei>tJy.t', '', the 'wonderfully carved ,'.-mouth. t Then he proposed.,' +a, ,. ';, "
.;.r M .. .does not'work..* V-Verily you shall be rewarded' for* the home, she thought; and there was :t I ''"Be calm," replied Humc.-Who could Then releasing her,' he walked out on I ; From the opposite able of, the cts4ta$. ,
kl l tt:.G 61ve ;1f'8 .1eeture vpon, civicImprdvement'Tj !! Diligence* in these ''matters.; ; Robert "perhaps surrounded ,by. .1 feel the' girl' .warm heart' beating ,..''and manfully''stated his' she' gazed at him, calmly, Then .she-: 4 l'
..; r ' 1 . W-Wonders 'can.beaccomplished, ,; horde of,.savage foes, which would against his own,' and hear her breath mission. .i- ' spoke ,r' ,." 1<'\0, ....R.
.S...:..., ij.} HHave .campaigns. 'againstun-' by"'united".< '.tightly billboards X-Xert..your influence'toget your when he' was disposed of. ': I ly w undecr In..the shoulder. 'Lend a Then he said huskily., "Take:.fang.. th.tNwearecln"pbia .kswatoawatwt ;,
1."f.L I Interest city' authorities: 'in! .{ Remember to plan .parks- and Fromvtheranchtto'the end/of'the' hand here,, and?we Will, bandage it her, my boy and, God bless, ou.And: wWeb'' to me.u?IMaa,JMgt I fat,;
; ' ,dean op" ds : f.! ,watch. your city; grow* secret)trailwas', covered;i.nless'time and get her home." Robert', added;:",YeeGod -V y less ;you ,Idee* .and ....Ul you.\were'" act iii
'< t ',J'-.Joln all forces ,for the wt1dirkr .f j3- trln.;to 'always, 'have, the.:T>esi. than' the -telling-; cod I peering I from Robert procured water- from I the Hu.m..and .the ;Prairlo FlQ"elJ, IjWjelvattM east if I you we:
ruaad."I.. tr" /, :?," d,)town,; tnt' the"State: behind ammock,Myrkl. saw about river-and; .the Cap tain,''\who,,had, revived would ratherthat: you have tills'j' rr eaW .... '" :::1.;M .your:
.)..- Jt-K11J_aid walk,plttJfte or'1t'w111) ,.reel gneon to be interested., half dozen Indian., clad in fantastic r helped them to support.Myrkle treasure of the prairies. than any. man ,rrenossl ar.nent-bat: George, '
"' '!1L ; 1\.wt. .... ..1 I'; ;'Yv-Yon owe .these'things'to; 'yourL -. .articles >of 'war.'dress 'and in their 'down thefrail, to the. house.In .. , )) I k no,,.", /- ." ".*!> '- )I rasas'-fast'as'Jron ;canto the alrot '
#; ;yoW'a1Orn"pel..,' Do it,for ..1f'.t\d.tutlJt't'generations;, "midstrwaa, nots s her, brother, .but j. '; the weeks thaL'followed, for.Captain .;, : ?(Tlas-.nd.1't, .r:- ,..M .. ask arRa' *. :'-" -* .1ti'f'
: Z-Zealouseitisena make! -a prOs*" stranger, si. handsomevyonng.man Donegan insisted upon Hump .(This ::$oryi": must' not ..e. reproduced" '.. ., ......."Igr ,...au., :,.','..o.4 K
:: li'J r.goe.tiofpreacher."fo* pSperouscommunity t bearing -unmistakable marks of"an making his home,with .them,whlta -he "'without>permissionjof. the. author... ). ',. 'IIft.! ... '.; r, "
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cubic Jncb.es to; *be,made of 8-16 inch o J

'1j .. -" see'! ) e......, ....' . ',OABI a'vonsee "'_ou.TOOieAtf :' ADOPT STANDARD slats, with cleats on neW and middle, t"; \ tt.t t. ",, r .
'" HONORABLSI nicono ron ova ao YIARSQ. 3-16., of an. inch 'thick by, .214 .inches 1 "

} :Q. : MoCLINTOCKB SIZE CRATES wide.The. of '
;; : question celery crates was
f WhoI__ Produce 'J'> ColUmlsslott Merchant then brought\ up and the war ,was on. .
ABSTRACTSOF
7 _____. The Sanford.celery' district with the ] \
) SIS.N.rti.e''. Street. kllae1plila. ,... Atlantic Coast Line railway and other ,

'" --ePBCULT'.SCI1'RU ... FLORIDA MEN GET TOGETHER i transportation companies,'.except the :
FRUIT-'' SOUTHERN VEGETABLES PINEAPPLES Seaboard Air Line railroad were, in '
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: 'rt y a 'N LAO...on yOR LB811tWhen favor of wing the 8x20x27 Inch crate TITLE

;: . 'tea. ,start shlppingCitru.. fruit mail me the Dill of lading and' 'STANDARD with a capacity of 4,420 cubic inches.' .

4 i i will adMance you money ben It., Write for shipping stencil you have, CONTAINERS FOR The :Manatee celery 'growers' and .. .'
,Riferenca.s; All Commercial Agencies and the,trade in general., VARIOUS PRODUCTS AGREUPON' the Seaboard Air., Line railway, were ,' to "
", Yours respeettully., in favor of using the same crate that . ,
t-W-pd. .. G, G, !d t.JNTOCK. .' ,.AT MEETING AT is belng.used by the Manatee section "
,'JACKSONVILLE which is 10x20x24 inches., It was finally Lands 'in Osceola County "" o.

.' decided that the 8x20x27 inch .
----- 1 crate would record : ' \ It>
S go on as favored '
M111111111 n 11111111 n 111111111111111111 nand Jacksonville, Fla.-A l largo and 'en- by the Atlantic Coast Line and other Burnished: by "
thusiastic meeting by the transportation companies except'' the "
represent
prCovers Vaults a Specialty lives of the different, transportation Seaboard Air Line railway, and that R.: G .JOHNSTON: .,
f'J companies,.citrus fruit and vegetable the Seaboard in Air Line and the growers :.
the Manatee section would
'
? WHITE BRONZE growers ancTshippers and crate roan* hand,in their decision Y.
later. ,.
/ ofacturers was held.. at the Seminole ,The miscellaneous CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT- w .:
r Is rtionumentMiade.C Hotel Tuesday. The meeting was following carriers -
the most enduring
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called to order by' C. McD. Davis; C. an dbampers were discussed and -.L--J .T-Ius; I -; t ; .'
ii Will not get moss-grown F. A. of the Atlantic: Coast Line. 'B.. adopted.Squash: and eggplant, cauliflower .
of
Statutes
f, and .60 of Abstracts Governed by'
C. Prince, A. G. F. A. of the Seaboard peppers, pound carrierstandard Prices are
'crack'or ,
crumble Is more artistic barrel crate 11% x'14 x 22 '
gip" : Air Line railroad was chosen to act as the State of Florida
inches inside
measurement. cubic con. ,
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andless expensive. chairman of the meeting and stated '
tents .
that the object of the meeting ,was 8,780inches.

I "', .. Write me and I will tail.JOHN.iH. for the purpose of perfecting a standard -. 10x18x27 Asparagus inches standard Inside,barrel capacity crate, 66C, "
i package for all fruits and ..vegetables .
cubic, inches.
PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O. that shipped out of the Cabbage, 12x20x36
;;" ..... .. were inches "wiside.,Cantaloupes 12x12x22
iiiiiiini iiiiiini niinn imiiiniiiiiiii i in ,state, and urged that the transportation I I inches,.capacity, 8,666 cubic inches. _. .
r companies, crate manufacturers, -
All vegetable crates not otherwise

i'.o oc At+OtLOtAS+ObOt OO >O..8d i0_1O$O_a )O)OUOgctsc,70f growers amicable and agreement shippers and all fix'and come adopt to an :, mentioned, the standard barrel crate + ,
shall be 8x12x22 inches inside measure
;Q:. A.,CARSON.: 1. A. CUANrORD.. B. ...LUPFER. standard packages for the shipment of I 2.112 cubic inches. made with =.
:;. P.-Idt SterrtMtf. all produce, with the understandingthat i slats{ capacitYi i 4HFERTILIZER
VlecPrMldrnt.
; % inch inch ends
this agreement would not go into and middle.. It only remains for I IDictiactive

1.1 < 1 effect Samples before of September.1.1918.orange boxes, hampers, I few unimportant points ta be decided a [ [ IS SOLD ON ITS MERITS

when this State will have
on exhibition. The orange, lemon, upon standard of all of fruit and a 1
: ( KlSSlMfflEE LUMBER CO.. lime and grapefruit boxes, were the vegetables which packages is expected to be of Quality Comb For as Mack in Fertilizers as A..y' n
of all kinds
baskets and crates
first to for discussion Growers were- great benefit to growers and ship Dike Artid. Efficient Service Likewise Has IU Value.FAVORITE _
come Up
should facilitate
greatly

- I.. .. Ron.h and Dressed *.. should panies, shippers be agreed 12x12x24 and; that transportation inches the standard inside com- handling following by transportation prominent companies.The growers. FERTILIZERS: : I Iare

were present: J, C. Chase L. B. Skin "
measurement, ocntaining 3,456 cXibic! : ner, J. P. Pace, G. A. Morton, Paul
..k inches, with metal or wooden hoopsat Willis, II. A. Campbell, J. B. Wyatt, made to give result!-not to tell at a low price. The differ-.Y
both ends and center. The chair-
: PINE LUMBER
; man theq called on J. C. Chase, and and'; many others. ence in the cost of a good Fertilizer over a cheap one will more
Crate manufacturers: Frank Cart.mel
tell how the than be made in yield. .
asked him
to particular up your
of E. B. &: Son Co., Crystal River
fine box was made which he had on Crate Co., Overstreet Crate Co., Ocala Careful attention to every little detail promptness always, :
exhibition, which he did. Mr. Chasein and high for wishes have helped to
r Crate Co., W. A. Merryday A Co., a regard your customers
G ,HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY his boxes remarks measure said llttxllHx24 that the California inside - Cummer Lumber &: Crate Co., Wau- mike us and our famous Fertilizers-the Favorite brands in such
chula Crate Manufacturing and
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', with metal hoops, and that Warnell Lumber Co. great demand.
P Florida was giving the largest pack- I
Railroad men present F. W. Kirt-
.IDDOD0ri0fl0t3b' . w>e>to to to aocw*O'ioao_wto ao M>M>x.cxxxw+ age of citrus fruit. the land, general freight agent; A. C. INDEPENDENT: FERTILIZER COMPANY
I The pineapple crate was next
Kenly, superintendent of freight; T.
standard earner to come under discussion V. .Pomar, auditor, Florida East JAOKe ear VILLt3. FLORIDA ;Ur, :

f"" and the following size was .Coast C. Prince, A. U. F. A., "
1 unanimously adopted: 10%x12x23 .inches W. II. Griffin; agent, S. A. L.; F. O. AfricsJfaural Chemical*. laiecticides. Special Mixture 'l j
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT have contents
inside measure, to cubic -
Williams, agent; J. F. Mead, A. G. F.
of 4,153 inches. Pineappleswere A.; C. McD. Davis, C. F. A., Atlantic J. M. LEE, Agent
INSURANCE to be shipped in no crate exceeding Coast Line J.J. McManua Illinois
Yes. Best Companies ; ..
these dimensionsThe
Central; Robert Taylor, 'citrus fruit
I hamper basket, capacity of one- agent F. J. Enright, Inspector of perishables . I IJ I I 111111 I I I I I I I 11 I 11 i i 11111 11 11 III M I I I 111 11 1111
I third' of II iwnrell, was next discussed L. S. Scroble C. A. Clyde
t Why not use the same good judgment in buying for the hipping of okra romaine, let- Liner; C. M. Tyler, D. F. A. Southern -
( tuos,.Kale, kpmach, beans and squash. N. Mitchell C. A. Baltimore +
Insurance e that do in buying goods for Ry.; W' I ISeed
you your These hampers were to measure 20 & Ohio Ry.; J. M. Cutler. G. F. A.
'storeor, clothes for your family? inches high, 14 inches at top and 9 Georgia Southern & Florida" Ry.- and .
inches at bottom with cubic contentsof W. IL Paxton, G. F. A. ,
2,926 inches to be re-inforced by I At the conclusion of the meeting
two wire bands- or straps at top and Gus Morton of the Williston Cucumber Irish Potatoes .'.
: ARTHUR -EI'' DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY bottom. Exchange invited all' present to
> Several of the growers from Willis a grand barbecue to be held at Wil. r.I .
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ton inquired if shipment* of cukes StocltImproved :
U.tonfJ'uIYI-4.1 > Choice
:D.: G.: WAGNER; ,:Manager were to be included the' commodities listen, July 4.-The Packer. Selected
a"" to be shipped in this kind of hamper I "

*' I basket iphich brought on a'gen.I I I Rose No. 4 I

I reral discussion.! The transportation WHEN YOUR .
companies argued that the weight of'
the cucumbers was too heavy to be RED 'BLISS TRIUMPH, IRISH COBBLERS

successfully transported,Tin l LIVER GOES WRONG "
and that they should be pain .. j' DIXIE: '
crates. The contended that ( ,' . '
: growers .
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Fruit
,1 and VegetablePackers' be ,allowed cucumbers 'WRITB"FOR PRICES -
to
;; not to ship Nearly Everybody: Needs a User Stlss .

; In hamper would seriously Inconvenience . ;nlant'at One'Tlme' ... ,or Another. .. ; :,:U. .: :j' ;*;' Let'Us Send You Our Booklets Entitled,'" '!' .i. ,
asst them as it would require "resit.tional I .I\ I'p", . '' NCIIrish'
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help to put the crate. together I Potatoes:. Florida Vegetables .
Supplies as crates would come shipped, Knocked Nearly] everybody now and then is -USE- '
: down, and would also cause them annoyed with a sluggish, lacy liver or i .
considerable, loss of time when cucumbers by constipation or by billiousness.Itis 1.1 .
were ready to move*and the for*this reason that Dodson's : IDEAL FERTILIZERSBest
f'.1. ?6:1ireft and] best stock In the"State. Prompt- majority of the growers favored"the Liver Tone is such a good medicine to .

; mess'of delivery.consistency>>{ In! prices and honesty hamper. However,would it was' ;agreed keep always' in the house. and Cheapest i
I later that growers. be allowed i Either children or grown-ups can .
I t. -, ,(' ,la. Duality tLroughout., . *' !. to ship in hampers in .sizes stated I: take Dodson's Liver Tone without bad
"'' ;\r; : ,with hickory above if the.hampers were re.enforeo- after-effects and without restriction of WILSON ,& TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
1 1 .'SPRUCS'LADDER3' round.t.an"I ;. I,ed Of wire or,,metal''straps.At . thatsome 1'habit or diet.' It is a vegetable liquid .- JACKSONVILLE' FLA.
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h I i length.'PEARSON'S., ' hli time it was suggested .with a pleasant taste, but a relieverof
COAT'RD'NAIL' ,3"4. Jaw > CEMENT a standard package. A communication entirely takes the place of calomel.Kissintmee : ... . .
and needle"pointed : '' for hoopless' J I received '' the Crystal River
:C 4d., specials by' 1 Drug Co i guarantees "
'Crate Manufacturing Cofrom'JohnI. bottle of Dodson'.Liver. Tone ,
xw jo I every ,
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ui . Watts Commissioner, of weightsof they sell. It costs 60 cents per bottle .. S
NATURAL ORANGE WRAPS, WHJT3, New York, was'read in reference and If :you are not satisfied that it is .' .; '1 .

ORANGE BIRCH BOX HOOPS to the Brooks Bill, New York regardding : worth the Money, they will hand your , .
: _, ; WRAPS..;, : shipments of fruit and vegetablesin half dollar back to you with a smile. " '. .,.
CYPRESS FIELD CRATES: 'GALVANIZED' .t1'ect.J'an. .I, 1913V "Standard Don't be ooltd by preparations imltatlnp !. :i: 1- .

,IRON STRAPPING. ,for' fleld' crates., Strips for packages shall' '''be'I used, the t bushel : the claims.of 'Dodson's, Uver ':
"V '.,,1 t. .loadin&.etc.Ask: with its multiple or, sub-multiple. It ..Tone. Just remember the Kissimmee ,f \ :
I J' ; standard packages:: ,are! in '!V.eI then Drug Co -will,'give you back,your S.FLOYD: '
.),;} /: 'for.special prices cal crate material,11{ carload the dry measure, contents of the [ money if ,Dodson's Liver Tone falls J
, '. package shall be.. marked thereon.carrier . That is, that : .
;lots'deliveredto )in the State. you. a guarantee. guar I. "v*: i.
\ ;any.point : ,
: Southern States' do "
The of the antees. J i "
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: not come under a, standard package : .AGv.-I..m..nL, H : ""
/Ws'PL and they do not come under a,mean I : ,,;
FULLERV n re 1'capacity' owing., to I the fact that A 'Hard One. I ,' : ,
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,\ ; they are 'short of four' quarts ,and Representative Dudley M Hughes, : GrocerGet

.;;..: ,Hendry;ft' I+fnttht'sTertailuiliFooi'otFran;; ; >rlia St. ,morel than 3 quarts and the the Brooks of Georgia* Is called a farmer statesman }
,
r: Bill says that,if.a' standard measureis and devotes much of his time to h,,
a'AMP&' nonce,007, and. 690 'FLORIDA used then the, dry I measure' ,contents the agricultural interests of his dis , 6, t :
. > shall .be marked ,thereon is In trict. He has requests for many new I ", .', .: I

.. . .. , . . .. variance of the.''city 'of New :York kinds of seeds. and' a time. ago received ; : ear prices ear / ':'." ,
ordinances so- ,that acommodity'ofnature this latter' .
!
("H :... '" J. win,. not, fit a!' four ,quart;. awo.quart "Dear Dud: ,Sam Yopp's been tell. ''fl [:(jRAIlN; : : 'v"I"I"It

111111111111111. 1111111 II. 111111111111111111111111. . . , 1 M nd'an8-quart; or .' 16 lin' me of a new seedless tomatter,theguvment. ; ; ., FEED
d' ,
quart carrier, and will not fit In a 9 ,Is growin. 'I'm writing, to .. .
quart,'a 8-quart, or'* 7-quart:carrier, you in hoes you will send me some of I ' wlkk w. Bake a specialtyOsceola ,'"' : 4
; ._ ." ; I. then,' if the dry contents "of. that; seedsSaturday Evening Post., . .. . ,
ROUNDTRIP package marked thereon it ii'permissible '. .' ;. .. ,.., : k
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'1' '1: .60I but it',must boot', :a certain 1 Mrs.'Eddy's'Money.. i

.: \\'D"" .'. .TAMPA'.:TO capacity, that is a-dry*,measure Mrs.. Mary Baker Eddy..toaDderot, .1'0' .. '. .:
." ..., . ,. capacity not near.4 quarts 'near 8 the,Christian'Science) 'Church had In ; .
denominationparticularly Massachusetts'' at, the time'of her . .
quarts nor, "ear any'' . '
: but' standard' in the death $82,843.75 in personal property, : : '
Panama-Jamaica-Cuba sense that ,It contains quart capaci' " and real estate valued at 165,000,according r" - .I : '_)'. .
: :, ties." *!! to. the report of Thomas W. ,

: I ,; . \, After 'some :discussion t a* stand.and Streeter, Frederick. Jennings and . '
.!1 .," package ,for lettuce' was John ;W."Worthincto.howere.a\, ' Lumber Co Lie .
91 -1 decided upon as being '26 Vb inches pointed to appraise UJ.'..tate. "' ; '
VIA'. --=-" -, \0 ', high,, 16 inches'!wide at I top' _nd' 9 ,All the personal property goes to t Ml

; / inches at bottom, contain I-C' "9,810 the Christian' Science Cheek under ..
IJ cubic .Inches contains.double wire at the decision of the Supreme Court of '

.; 1. Ae', 0.. ,L.R. ?: ,'R. and pn' :" .: .1.i" ; ,S,. CO.. top al band to fasten securing cover;the and:'bottom.wire '"or.' ,,wet-,", New will of Hampshire Mrs. Eddy., which, .The entire sustained amount the . PLANING' ;'MILL .AND. NO.VfLTY-\WQRKS' 'M

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agreedupon the New administratorwill '
Vegetable 'eI'a* were Hampshire . ,. .*
;J ""ft: :' ". to be 8x12x22, inches inside;measure turn over to the church is about < > '
;t- and to.'..eontain"2.112'cubic' inches, 2000000.' and'
.... Rough. :Dressed. Lumber
...f, e.. 'a' a',-.......u..'. will saU' troA.'Kay. Weet. slats to be 'one-fourth of an inch The Massachusetts Supreme Court ',

oj ... Tw..eaeariaa*Ja ary. rbntarr>> ....., arc. b..lnnlnr thick and ends one-inch thick with which has over the ...
'' Ttm ,..P......... aye at oloa.'a &. two Oars.Klacstoa. win:wetal or',wooden. hoops at_,each 11(6,000 of real estatewih the Commonwealth . \ I
\.aria at Bavaaaw Vowteea ara* trip Cross '1'....... 'Bate In-' _cL ," ,J has decided that the statute ,,Sash Doors Brick Ume Cement '
.. ; .... sad *."* **** .* a..> aa4 Ia IOI'C1It.! ,., ven alleweA. . What is commonlyknown: as the to. bars the Christian Science Church r +
f. i ...,.. te AyrU Is*..." mato',.crate, then came under discus from receiving this.property as left j.0ePlutaa Shingles, Laths ;>
.' -j sion.; IB'this crato it Is understood byKn.Fddy'r, 'will: but 'that,the ,
r s JNy'S>sr |iiir.UrferssaUeet. eaU pa or p'rltrt.! there r-can be shipped tomatoes, peach-i property nay be administered aa BUILDING '

,1\''A iwr....... .. a:14M .., plums;'.lima.beans,' guavas., kum charitable>,trust ,by the traataee, pe- ,GENERAL MATERIAL4 4J
w w M. ...... .... .......:, :A.;0........ SL........... ,., ouats,,peppers,'; okra( and aliigotar pointsdlby the court.. .. -; ," ; -
,,' f),'. ; : -j pear o The standard ;for'tats crate .. 'J{ Florida:. ,...:
'1pJ.: 'F .. . r "". .' . 'f< : was decided 'on,as lOxUttxM. inchesaad :'Th.driak'. never:hortsv. since \ ...;

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,, hint" .t( la FOR RENT-Sneraf .-n.)< tracts of',' : :

;wr THl$ A :v I''ll' t AT.i Jfr excellent trucking land' some with '.I :'; '; 'I.; 1 RSCl.U-lREM ENTS, .
, HECt splendid flowing,wells, xan-be had .
': on shares ,of crop.'er cash'rant' as'desired. : : \' ,. ,
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$*. ., ten sunshiny located in orange" grove' : .r . geeeralFjijsub.tket'tireitegi' / .3" ''q RT1J'iIt( ,
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\ ., POE -8A A fine 12 Mrs E. A. Russell box,863.' 48-8p ,. ,
[? roome.eloeets, pantriesJ iveJbalhs, I : to,

j$, 4 The $tL Clo un. has tb. tot' : 'horand very near cold,iatr.Can'be waterjdouble used porches M a; NICELY excellent'FURNISHED table' board. room's; Japanese: with,; : ant.,..S_ ,ClRITY.I.iNJPROrEC7JON\'F, ; R -DEPOSITS' * ". > **10 ",

,\ lowing items of aesir*' Glerlmm.e ""trot sT<,. bM g'iwfse'or' by two : Cook 'at the Towando and : . ,* J
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*: folks' e '' t? bit' families; Building./ new.MtaSomtners.abontTthe Ask one-half blocks west of depot.." 48tf..: . : .SeconJ.lETURNS''ON'F"ND. > ; .,, .. :. :
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prom( the .3t/a lTftaatV ,, 'IJS'F Li.NEnUS:" .j : .' 'i'4-'THE; . .SCOPE ,OF ,,ChERAL ;.F l'CJLlTU s;+. ..
I, it ofJsonw price. : 4 -' .
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One 6 engine II' '
,q very pretty roe a| wn r, W Jean FPRAU5 hvp. Gray . .;
",f CaldweU, of Kissimmee, whose garden $76.00 j one 4 h.'p. Barber engine at I WADE.... the tuner. Orlando. : . . I ; Yli'
bas Quite a ra utati6iti.?;iU beautiful Vans .. : BothJja. .good eJlrap 19-U'' -:- :,,- . ? '. f't.' . < ;
+ '; gnew..;_: "YJ MEET me at'lCfoslmmee' Drug Co.: and J.t
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OoTbe dance V0tir 11 r day w. will get a drink of the. .best'..OOa'water ,
,?. night was.* U attended, there being FOR'SALE. *B600"wiIl buy a valua- made. Sl-tf I : :After lie"sUbi&ty. 'ef tie- Bask', has :bee a eerUued,a*>J ,a cooservatir* { ./
Jtlsslm.me
Ie heart-of ,
.t automobUe.partles v.:i> property in the -
i( as over usu m kiss mrn.,f These dances* ,1 ; now paying bout lOerSpent.fon FOB SALEOncylinder 20-h,: :I, : and wisVaaamdal. ; 'policy, assured. the depositor, .. fire his.aueaii... to the: '4;+ .e
will b given fr ently from Bow.on. ,th above j amount. Enhancing marine engine; weight 27d Ibs. G.. .
I j", J. 'rlmmt5t* +present gtlmding '1 Vajj .,every.day. H. M. BrSker E,. Mattocks, ,.43tf : J .lavetheeat'p.ulWitinl''if: k'1 uvlarii." !aceeut U tahmded,; tie i..,.outwmeri 'If t '. {i., W
Stfc \ f vwaatiM
h1. bet and tha* oee.i.haea'adgetwThe .. GOc s r w .. FOR SALE :-2'Mw, "i p. Intern.tional I= liberal a rate of Lsterctt'as" I : I : ,
7 oUntoaTe eicellent crops, The ' = : : compatible. 'with sousl banliiaf, system 'i.w 10 (:
harvester t
s rs'easVof' own, are.doing the Seventf-fiye'acreaJLlgh i gasoline engine, 'ia'good = .
same fo tbemNelyee, and are lryera( >r ,YclaasLE\ -land. Ten ,-dollars'Vperacre. running order. 'Will sell' at a s}criflce ? thea le investigate* the facilities of tbe bank: in .. ..NaroraHy and '. '. l'' ..".. >

'handing Prior list1 ih"e '"New'ubllshed Eden> of crop( $ k >eltirgta.' Adjoining< twenty( 'land per; inferior'acrf, now 1% < Gazette if office.taken at,. once." ,Apply,37tf at,. 1 neceuarily!' ,the .experieaceid. banker,,.whose)constant..bnsweu.Ito. IsiveVHtate,,\ "; ,I't., .

I ford couAty varieTyiAf fair exhibits show that was thd trtr.beand unusual Box miles 431 from, Klsslmmeer\eis/.ranroad-UNw/agents. FIVE DOLLARS REWARD ;for return ihonld ,.be_poiietied of a,techsiical kaewleelc. bearbf ... all fin -d.al. l topics.,' e:
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Information of pided ;

".i. and The highly-creditable part taken 'by women and interesting.in the exhibits FOR. SALE- -480 acres of rMendid glass Clou eyes. Fls.* J.>1rs.Nidhlwongcerist.: 'a, . .pony, ", ' ,The' bank cbonU have' 'at t- the' .,"Idlspoial, "'of, its''''customer* I' *'sack date., and Infermaq I . nn':. 1'1. l'

was noticeable and advantage.their work;The land within 2H miles of the, citylimits . ''': '' .d 1 10 tion: at,b:required. by. tk.lanstor. j qr't' r'JI glrttrna; : /;; eradtInofs'6snt. dt: + 'u! if..

\ was fait,shown was an to unqualified splendid success. An ', station, convenient'and marl to'; another road. 'This rail. I ,1-011! 1CKNT, .r. -I, '?" J : J . , ., ., ,,i 'j; vi IT .''jrf i >a5<:i: 'Sacpt( t}, ..t"'t'" 141 1. i' .
,of similar nature'is Iming arranged way ,1 to 6eektt.tltma: _J1.'I-d1 Us ) ..
event Is excedin rly cheap, good t '; ; 'r."do : tit :
(, for-St.; Cloud, and we pVed'ctthe property pine land and will bo lupoKeU of..FOUR' NICE MOMS.tor.' rent. ,,AlH 10 . a j .1 7 L.4 ft,

."' the Walter reault Lorenz for, 'who U. kept a restau- on Nelson t favorable-Realty terms Co Kisilmtnee", -payment, Fla.. :T modern,": P.:' O.vbox conveniences 2 6,.,.KtlsimJl1.U; Address, .1'1. t t I 'r" ;," .. , 0 ( : j jt
at SL Cloud in the earl/ days, t.. \ I I
""',,' iM been appointed carrier on the newt FOR SALE:.Good ten-room house; DWELLINGS for rent.apply.to.i Nl.TJII.r. t Qur'claini; tOyoit,. + n"iJenc.. };

\/_ rural Klsslmmea'to route recently the Boggy established Creek' from ec- suitable for boarding, or rooming, 66; I. .1 " = : 'Citizen.-Bank'of.!,,.. : ; : ; :' : '
bath ahd toilet, good barn; lot, ,
( : tlon There were five appliwnu but 'xl&O feet five minute from depot. ) FUR RENT-Two ,modern .Oeu.. with Yourconfidencr and P tro: _a : : '",
Mr. Lorens'was the only ore to pass ;. watea.and sail i city, convenienofs. Apply at the ... ;
It Two new -cottages city > u. I
r the elvil service examination.: puts vacant 'j lot on paved'. G c -tte. office. # : .
sewerage; c
him in line ,,for promotion in the pot- Four I
acre '
street, 66x160
tal service. The route, Is 20 tailes feet. FOR RENT OR SALE-r-Two-story store 1"'C"l' 'Tl'Z' ' ;
long for a daily round ,trip awl pays' orange grove, large, Also bearing 600 building on Brat-k street,North Kist. '
extendour congratmaWons trees, 4 miles from town. elmmeV H. r Jl.lOO.' ;We of fruit and truck land one to : : : :
fnendft here'Join.Now acres .. ( : : ,
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in"which
many three miles 'from town. Call on or ... 1 .j .: <
that this official t'pturna aro in, ;A modern ;a-room; flat; : ,. ,: : '
,It"ii Interesting to note that ofvU this. address. H. N. Bratton, Owner.41tf wfh-all city oivenlencet .,.Apply. l to : it: 4' ":1, i ., ,
eandidatea-for wanty olfi-:enl, '\Vj. J. r W.::B, Harris Gazette office, ,. ;tf, .. ;
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\, the DemAjratw FOR SALE-A splendid 2storyhouse "' , r
St-'aouJ)
.Barber of V fI', '
nominee for Tax Assosnor, polled the with porches and 14 oor67H -.. FOR RENT'signtor sale"at this 3 ; vif. :,, "hs 'j, ; \ '. ,' HIM'I,
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largest vote.' ''The reason for this' is feet of ground by 147 Excellent officer.: : cents each. : ". 1 ( r
that because of hi. residence here he place for a first class room, RENT About 3 of ground !ARTUR E.:DONEGAr e. : ; i : :
FOR acres
and house. Come, let *
received many votes .at would orbit: Ing boarding .1 7 j o''i 1 1 /I i-' -
this we and a, &-room house, convenient \t .. {
r Wise have been eirea the ""PuWuancandidate. us show you' property: ; sfa-tfi' t'.M i
." Mr.-Barber! recurred 2M will Introduce'' you to the owner for. trucking; raising chickeraandbandy : '.: ;, ' : '
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t school ..nd''church. We .ARTHUR tibONECAN :
to .
deal direct. ;
votes In this precinct *Mcht' is prcof: with whom you can : !: : '
; hl.'popul.rit.nnd ho will make a Nelson Realty Co; KiMunmce, Fla.:: also; have, some' splendid 'trucking : ' .' ,
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of C.
,/ landj for-rent that have no house :'; ; i r
good':official. OR RENT-Eight room them." Coy Ki.-, : vl./wiNil\I". ) L"B.. /: :
fOR 'SALE with -Neison'Realt1. . : ,A : : ;, ; ; ; : : :
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street,' modem ,
North Main -
hou.e
on ,simmee/.Fla.. . . .. "J" ,' I' "
A' NICHOLSON ,WAS splendid for rooming or boardIng 0.' I. : ..., : : t.c' t..;
house;'. price 12,000., Favorable FURNISHED ROOMS for rent,cards'f.orsal : : ; '
: terms, rents *20 per, month. Nel-. at the Gaiette..effice. ,, '. : '
i MADE A CITIZEN ; : : ; /! : ,
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c(: son. Realty. Co. 4>-tt< .'\,, -, ." ,. '
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'(. ,--' BOARD. the.whiter-I have opened and my am house ready'for,to //I ..,. F,I. . . . . . . . . . . .
FIRST season
PERKINS'
f ONE!: OF.JUDGE #
TCTSIGKVN'AT U; take boarder. .either transients or ...-. .- - . .. .. ,., ,, ,, \l..
t.A; CTS WAS: regular. Splendid accommodations. 'FOR.SAtE' .yo O' 1'. Wit'; 1.) I;"4'P '
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:BAUz'ATIO r/PAPERS.: '1.60 a day; special rates for regular w,, : : ..'.. 1.-. ., "& " .,. }JI .y, ..J'' ... ;j \,@ ' p.Ve.ayf4a'aaagrfi1ieRlQeaayl4lPl'L1rlC I ''
o ' "', ' 1 boarders. Mrv: C.rV., ;,Barden! 90"feetr1eont" . ', 1:11: : lqr 'I' N 1 1)) E"Y! 'ti. .."E'J: {., ...' ,'
A e rt" '
e' 11 e. 0 : n e tm. ..
a itA
Court House. i4l.TOR U A'4irobhr"cottage, onbest' R
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gTl ' '" 'W !> f.acts' P-of Opposite residence"'stret," four' lodkdfrorqO.tofficer / ;; :.. :: ... ,* ..... '" .. [ # .... ."--LL" I ,' . itA

1/0/, J..oneof.tJae.dlnlt dge44.'r.W.: <-Perkins official, on'this trip to- SALE-iAt' bargain; 8ft 'reinforced : ,, t"'> :1.-Price SI.600'j' : 'j"".:"'1'. '"'o'z'', ', ;';''ls E9J iP iii: i :, Mt..W!< ra4" .
i .was i ito\ lien I the : .dI'co1"courlJ and :50
hold fence posts
p.p.... which made-for.making" Albert I cypress fence posta.' ; A. B< Jarrell, l$ Wr ";',' _. : .:. . yo.F'w_ '_: :.; t'h\!Io: /1 1 1.

I J4 eho1/en}a eitl.ent.'beensubject':' > /<' tr"1 I ;- ) :'At Kleglmmee, Drug-Co., '. "I ;: : r.- '.;":; II.T-o". .q) ;:, lo., c m,. :.,; .": >>'. "'-JI) "I I hi"," ",1. _- .rrti
of
iHeretof ore he baa ; 'REAL ESTATE, ,._, '"C 0 .4,
.George., : : FOI'M: ET17i} "Vofv; ? land '' d- r "'"'' '
acre* .
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his allegiance for WlLLBOWlJ'UJQtNC"' . :; ..
i\ rNow herenountes 5 joining, tha'eft/Jimlts.[ vsplendi.1.6-! .. I at: ,I""" .'I ,I t ... r ,
i Ifledced lS i \bot. .u Jt, op"
alt.time; sndbecom..tuU ) ; I'd 'hU'J.Yj: IL f11S r., _. v. s M1 i ". 7j Ii'. fat' \-If
\ sere an vesall K'XM 49-1t 14
ra ,, .. bearingLorange '
8:71: .'t' -' (l..f? isef' t) ,; .... ,, J mr as r
u" + .. 4''II.r: o ,nge", land but..;,abo6t, 5-ayi-ej. "" ,,1 ; : ?
fi, u..m..t. .

re.dhi n. t. .e ae '11 ih 'If '4ntratedi 'I oro) drrl "h' rl 3't."b"A
( apd'productiv.fin., i j'tfori.;, triclunf! : .t 1t.i.tI .4 I : ..:-
rixtarCatd.Llfbab ,l' ':h'' *ad'-farming.TnN;; property if rai'; )> ; 1 J dt1Jf./ ... 11).60. e. statl', '* t i iu7 "s"o
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f'tarelp ';lbl pf. iDJh'\ ,""J bd had at-a.hirgaiiv.imce. and-on NSl.lllt ( -i A" lierp'.s'l,5d; ; / : ,
i. r..Kla8immee.' th white f :Jtavorable;*erpis/.payment! ,' r"We; ?( ?'r ... good p.o !. ; : .., / u.ul :i tH rJt ; ..( :>, 1\\ *ff..nr fti t 'V> ( mN'"t..w y f'If' f,, f/te, (b V" 'Ire na*? "* ;.
a tplor4o> ,.for'JllteaK,tJtlp and pany.klndn.SIIJ! deatb01"1'11)' : "';hatah.4'_ ': vewo u1dAkgttp; : ibo> ,y: 'ARE''YOU '-OQKiNGfIPR'TREM) : ? ifc: '.d. Tr 1 10 'real., & | It'P)F4ta e.l;! ..!'. MkI 1 u 1
.' j to iL..T..tL'4rii-lrickl+ g'.tor i '>I>S ttfM ,1""Ij] ]; ; -
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e;fe %v)1Q,:?A... 1o'Jt'l ,Nt, ?- e.qeptlocatlo caia ,IF SOASKa : : I ''r1. Q "1, I J "
/ .H.'II> ; > :ex ; Jl/her.t.h4f' : j' ',
:",' B: CI & tIi ! : rR,*necii-rus, frUt,, ve-!Q'gtobjp.. ;I'li) "mst. : *700?',.c(<;tml!lr; *3/-.4", 'livWrtet 4-rott..7A'( ; ; .U rA, Z'V- I r fotl !
i I"''Jl> ; .. ,...I" ",re,l .F1aI4NU90Nr':: / g have caste takn.: of hffrK: .cl'loo, M YMM 1! : I!"',. 'Tt !?-' -'iM..::"' .,... }NII Y 4v" tlrhpa!( s, el ,..t.tsS sS, QO .?
, . . .. ,I",. ,. d 13da .r..t.. J Bec 1 tn s t;' J .
,chuFchaslitarit! ; : .... " r 4 U6& auiW9'V Bpflfg' : .'1 1 r .l.and'suppltes'ease
( J .c .;; .. R. J"."; .U..ld.'V1.sr.prhtr ge '$outh'JKia aims r hJ FP .Alt (8i: ,; j ;':iot
Vp ; : !N. ::r.-- Itf" : i ( (;, r ticit'tat estbl.Rn'
Nkfiedl4errnl gtllsy'lAttllrtrr lgn? t "m.e':1.! ./ _'!>. ., .? drJ <: mrejll'ernfiild! r ed'ub. fClyfiviaW ;1, an:+, . is
I..... .a :!J &J o\ .,..: '.' G1yde SAgpnuaig, reo ndlstt eiitil'9pt : Wi 8J m".tn" q :gr 1 use h be: + 'l-tl +
: I 11.t N'.''If.f! o"i ..pI 41f t cud.. HopaSl r\m':'I pg Wirth.4ueiri ii" : .. nM.' O. WOW i ..tr1r'.tae f-( . ,.
*r A A bt ;\ I frfJIt: ; 'f . : '.. Jori' bae"on: the same bed' 7i'4' ,
.. i-I : ? d" 'rves'aC : > : \ ,il; ' 't 1f
J r' : l 6it; ?'JQre:icr.' 1 arrir h'teneedd. :1"... rfn rnx.'-'t.J ,C-i'l.It.r ; - :, Jt'Ju .
I WANTED-Atonce"anaacubatoe 60ctot:260jegge : d> ....'"rite i ilk 0,0 rIn .. ,EIgo!'?.. d m t, l lThe
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: I } "paelty.1..U. .be*ia> teubcpteltit r.neat fo-l' jtWe': ( A..,:-.'... $ i .'t. a,... 1 M ,0.1. AfI '.t n
S'U .good 1 condition sad ..t'a low crahrpriesBo'a7sKladmro.al J rpJ ;.. fc.fj momy' ,7 "C:;"* 400gmmt: : of.the ,.vbes u.o'Tme "! 'Itrr{' i
: ,189tfW ) .tA'sela ones ;
'tpns I :city' ?of.eight' -200IDJJJDOCI.etR.llocatioriid.eaL" . : ;; :!; Jtl"zw '
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n.a..f\.tUl1oa't.elimLll1..ttJ.
; ; l"::1 re"lDalul1l', to. 0 ani.TII'DUI \ i '.,. nrAdlfx' O jl plaae (. ,,, .NY)! ; ,
,fNiit' f ..aonabl...,. )(r \ :; { :.iootdcotta;; 'tdinth6do.. ,,,t,, I ; tiHit f
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[ wireffriso the orfaceis :
TEIS'S < "
CENTER OFt .Pmma,3iueeat'at .Drr amn'N ; ,
PPTNG :7ltufr.
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'its.
"" L ,ICy s" ac' 'jrieftT * ., .
:.Usidenoe. r'f oDe,126.;, ._ . .47aiiWANTED mJifn& ;i it.- >**" f
,- i ,SO TH FLORI t" : : ,fSorn..dea.lrabJe'Io; dosejiiu' ,," )) f2601tfW . HJlb cs,, height f of Ui jEoIl&, arc. syificnentto i ; , rv 'msupportthehavieatpersai
: i $600. '-!* v .-:;' ( .
r ;;;,Octobee'riumber:; Smiths, ) tt.1.f '
+ Useful and JuitaUe firlfts I .forvery "Magaihe ,,$,, 'J ..rxrlpletttaValleg }s: me cMce'lCitroe'.Grovesr} : i t ir ,1'T. l'
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.. ( JV ( : /-b j"f::'R Aililf'l HJ.-ti > J J.J'Jf; 11S'aUhe n Y
: 4n1&'willbs G tte.,1 .. : . : '10' ..' finest id'th. market.I: '- -
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mem lime to the .caild
e same gently classic > "
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For'Reat'C; '
found ai "bIi1stt :Furaished Rooms t'i" "J : .reriiii ; -Mt '' ,
; : ' HU
for.':sale at the-. Gazette. 'offlcey: .', _* .. .tJ '. .V'tlie'ioO.!sliand'Jma! : :: eiy: Mli }.w6rIfeffiuofrO:!. .expe u.t.1'i'r J, l :4 I'"t" >1! l't na"

WePay{ 'Your': WET Ida HAVE l>ronertTJ CLIENTS 5They'iwant-'to"4leal who; want Flora. :N IJ;>SiffpraUkwkfCefiagi. ', r Lice::.' '?TfierelaH no,r OUb'd"sir'f.t1nev@f"biJSl'ld1'febtf( '# !.i1o ,t c i?;'r't Jt t ,

,Fare tie Nampa'r wlth have OWNERS-property.you.ONLY.!hnnt'to':" sell If Ton letos ': 'PisNeNllatf; Oy'd' + "... Mess=:tlct kt The sprung >s:1:heavily-:coated. ( itli'durabl.( : W. .. k'k: 4''} ,

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put bt connection "ni3k irilJi" '
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-'CiTici' vv.fnujr'c. you . , nam : 1 S';itrrioJfl B ,.nwt ."4'.PPP. ,
# ( people; No'commlealon. SOUTH* > l I. 'J ',6 ; I }I' 1 l'i..4: !ys f\t r' r'WeseI1
accordance with the r+les'of the. : ERN SALES SERVICE,'Altamonte FlaB fJl Nlts.U" Itj Tlisjh.il-OO'.iwlfcjp = "'I.I ,.) .
;' : ;Trade":ExUnsion! ,AssocUtlon, Springs[ -Fla.,, . .48.2tpGOOD '''Ward NoVIV'Central portion of. city, (( at five ycar ,,.,..Mk:.you.; : t

k !. MAl OBDEBS.piled t; promptly. BOARD and rooms,can t be had And Ward long No.' blast 2. :.ft'North whistle.,Kissimmee,? ;two 1\\" 'dealerV j :He'rfiould. i be J I able tor p1y.you.' ItBO-jvTUe.iw.t, *t t ,, \ ;j l'; caw
of Ida 1L,Smith, at comer.of Brack ; ... .
and satisfaction guaranteed.EverythYngr .
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long blasts of whistle ; '
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Park
and SU a:
) same first-class ,1 .,8.- .South.K1.eimm.e-8 j .
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Irij PoWarld'Nu.
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a stores will be fWmf'heriWAABlf6S- mtnrn'.ticketa .,to *",. i I>* ti ; !.whUrtJa/ Ti' i ;? : . ,::,' .8-tf-, ;Ghpl :Cuiuiinhiani i i ; -- J '. -
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.Kansas City: 'or'vicinity. Address \ '. .,. r.. :r...
.J. I r!;. kayne'Kieeimmeeela.< 49-2p Laymen'a'nieetlng: will be'suspended .. f .1K1y. : .., 'ro
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SiwingJbe 'tlol r" #' ''' ,
: .' / Sunday on account of revival meetings ,. \: '';, .LI1..; ,. :
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ORDER TOUR trees'at ;oncetront at'the Baptist church./AH brethren .; 't >' -. ..: "IF Ia)\;. ....
'Griffing Bros.'W. H.Brokaw. sales teqalltecl.meet.t' .BaptiR-ch1ll'Cbla'th.aew l f .. ; "<. !,..
:; TAMPA, I FLORIDA.'vf . mart,room .No.,1,State Bank Bul"' hour,3 p. m...,0. F. Parkn, E .Man. , citnrers_ ' \ ,. rAtfeet.: G. ad II!): :ii. .... :

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+ ,, : PuMHUier. I* REESE. WjT.'OFFICHI '
rj 4 PLAIN( THANKSGIVING SEE.FOR: HIMSELF .. .
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>lIylRT PRtb IN VALLEY OAKKTTB!: BU1LIHNU. '
_ ;' : ., O8CBOUA XOUNTT.: JrLURIJ. '_, _ \ .
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r'' t: PT ION 'RATES One' opjr-on;:-year. -... _,_......A__.<.*i, -|l.l'I : .,
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., ..... I, raonth '.......-.+a.._, ;7 One copy. three month. -?_...<. .40bommunleatlona,1 MANY OF THEM GO I I.UNTO[ (Continued from Page. Ona.)_ Tntonly '. = "" .
io -i correspondents must, tie :
authorised
exopt,'from ,,
b.xj lh.. writer.. ', , _, was paradise for' :heaJth and '
,' ..: .* ,' . > GREATER a : .
.:' .*lN>ject.4'mstt.r will" tt t.b.''J r.turn* ing and a little besides.Of the latterit .
' .....r.. << at\tbe, 'I"o.tol'llce 'Jn Kj.rlmmee. Florida/ ,, as anoond-elais mall matter. DINNERS AT HOME WERE' took me but short time td be fully' .I.i
"'
:** "- "*" convinced, for on hand 1 found' Dating p .
5 FRID Y' NOVEMBER.29, I 19J2.r. TilE ORDER 'OF'' THE every : '.
w
.... men who were getting richgrowing
-, -.. ,. ......... '
t. IIOLIDA fruits and vegetables, while their investment ,
. HELPING THE FARMERS.. IMPROVE STOCK./ '... I who 'practically nothing a'i Powder (iI ,
,' .' ..: ; It ,
', -- compared. to what take to own and .
.
.
J '' operate an orchard or truck farm. in :
.. ' ; i ,:The Valley'Gazette 'i i .indebted Edward Canning for a'clipping from 'There "much .
: ;. ; to : was as of 'romance in my'sectian. J ; '
,' 1'; '; In Calgary I ,paper'which" j.i reproduced! this issue ,because it had a direct beariing -Thanksgiving in Kisilmmes ''at' ia ,"Then the (Idea struck me that' If I' . .;.,
: usually found in the universal holiday. the people in Florida .could do '''alithese
r, i, .. "''r. on"a subject concerning which 'a good deal hat been said in. these,.columns.The It was an, ideal Thanksgiving Day- thing there '''were thousand of'' I''

S+ : ,;,,1+i CanadianPacific 'railroad r has distributed three hundred. head 'of..fine the air was crisp and, there was plentyof people in tne middle West that would i w r : '
the all-pervading spirit of the a
trick
sea gladly; perform the equally a*
::bred.cows among the farmers of the-Aloerta neighborhood,and..wilhout_ -son- tomakeitenjoyabla.7 wellr and .would- Y--oem..Mr..II.,. "

.- 'much;; at taking:'a' cent of money'''from the farmers to, (favored. The railroad It has been the custom to.:go'hunt some one would pave the 'way.; That : '} ;;
ing. since the Pilgrim Fathers followed '
ever idea I up, and at once begana
'c Company did not give the cows to the .farmer*-not sot but they let the went forth upon ,the New England tour of the State for a suitable body BaWngP&wderAbsoIutelyPure

farmer (have them upon'their promise to pay and the farmers got the benefit a lOW and scouted for the Thanksgiving' of land that I. could honestly recommend I
dinner. A great many' of the 'Kissim- to people in my section 'as beIng :
r ; '', .i of,the, breed ,and,the" quality, of,their stock was improved and the railroad mee business 'men went shooting ac adapted to the growing of citrus!! :

: '. .could' well afford to take the risk if not the entire cost. It i i. needless to say cording to the rule. There were some fruits and vegetables. 1 looked
te tj }< fei"fr i :' g; ,.this the railroad will! :'eventually receive' full pay for their stock: the railroad who didn't.who didn't.M. Kate He remained-at was -amongthose the every many large'section bcti of es, Florida of land and in almost finally : y .

r company will be amply compensated and along with thit.benefit the breed of Graystone and took pot luck with the selected the Fall tract of' '..ve" thousand .

i ,the:stock throughout ,theimmediate 'territory. will be so improved-that the other guests who were fortunate in acres. adjoining Narcoossee; although r
.
having an regulation Thanksgiving I' was forced'to"pay'<,two or '
i initial; cost of the cows-will beans nothing in comparison with the cost.. feast. three! times as much per acre as1 I No Alum

si : The Valley Gazette doe,not care to re.d. lesson to .the Atlantic Coast committed C. A. Cole no motored Violence to, St.except Cloud when and could of have the bougnt State.land in. many .portions No Lima Pbo pb m ,

.'Line in this respect. We have taken occasion to'show up the niggardly policy he cranked the machine. "This tract has been subdivided into !I

'of the Coast Line in 'dealing with. this territory' which i i. developing more Col. F. R .Lincoln sat in his restaurant ten-acre'tracts, and'tomsite has ;

'*, rapidly than other'on its 'line of road. Kissimmmee was even honored and took pleasure in feeding the been laid out just' north of the depotat _4___n __ .
any _.. ..
guests who came to enjoy his Thanksgiving Narcoossee and I.have just -
''by..Yi. t front the l I.*..-4 1 "H 1,. fn-lmtnal; agent|of the Coast Line who defended station I
spread. for having
A' ',t' .the',policy of the road along these, line upon the basis that the road was si, L. A. Whidden spent a prosaic but them completed placed arrangements on sale In fact a goodly RENOVATION OF soiling! Up but the hard while: layer uubsoiltugdoerbreak into chunks: 1

long and"irayene. *o many, States that to help one section would mean inevitably I entirely conventional Thanksgiving, number' the tracts have already I it does not pulverize or put humua', 1
,to help alL: The Valley Gazette raited at objection to the well pstab I and -didn't seek the woods for game. been sold. When I came here ten into it.A much better method is to .
fished has attempted to conduct H. W. Barnett went'out quail hunt- days ago I brought thirty people with '. plow a little deeper each year until j
policy of the ra.uo.tww .h.. journal never .
Ing and had the unusual luck of me. all solid substantial Westernersand WORN OUT SOIL "' .
of inches1' Im
any other man's business,'but,we would at the tame moment .try to show the ping with his party all 'of the singecovey each one purchased tract andsome a reached.depth This eight or:a'good ten layer of ;

Cast Line that .there it much that it could do to help this part of the country that they flushed, consisting. of of them two and three tracts. deep soil, particularly gives if the supply of' .
develop'along indu.trialline. that it it not doing and if it does not see fit fifteen birds.. **I do not anticipate least trou numus is kept up. We plow the soil, I
r could be found and the CoastLine Arthur E. Donegan was entirely cir I ble in disposing of the entire seven We are today confronted by the older its '
to texture
e to take advantage of this advice, then other meant n looser) up ; and. : ; y
cumspect. He spent the day at horn thousand acres, for when a man from necessity of tilling soils whose abil air into it also under :
hat get to turn stubr
s section forged
would belainer. I tit bound to : --Whenever .
come with his and \1
family carved a stall-fed the West'comes here and sees tne ity to produce satisfactory crops has jle etc. to make humua.' .,
,
to the '.front ,a. the Kissimmee section hat ther '. i. no way to hold it back; turkey. magnificent orange and grapefruit been more or. less impal<<-ed. The Killing manure weeds is, another object< aecomplished -' :,
''there] ire many ways to help it along and the potent forces of the section P. A. Vans Agnew spent a goodly groves around fnarcoossee... and the remarkable development of agricul- by plowing. 'I', J

"' :will respond to such agencies that lend a helping hand just as' they will resent portion of the day in his office. In the. numerous truck gardens all ov rthis feasibility of restoring fertility to Sandy soils are nt usually In-' .,'
I s evening he shot a Welsh rarebit. section; they hesitate to' buy just as exhausted soil. ;ured by hhandling when wet. The ,r.. '
fail those take in its upbuilding.
'and to yield to that do nothing to part
George Saunders and his wife went long as it takes them to get out their Thre is a vast difference .in Unnatural proper time 'when
to plow land is it lust
1 This i i. a word to the. Atlantic Coast Line: Show disposition to' help out thirty miles east of Kisslmmee and fountain pen and sign the company's fertility of soils. Some do moist enough to break melow -

1 the Kissimmke'section grow and the people will be on hand with handspike Mrs. Saunders bagged two wild turkeys contract. not produce well from the start unless! and in the spring and midsummer: up
:
and lever assist work. ; that was more like it, and theyhad "How do you think this section special attention is given to making 4
k ,, to with.the'good. plowing it is of the utmost-Importance,
a Thanksgiving in the woods with wouttd strike you, my 'friend, if you them productive; others produce larg. to run the harrow Immediately after 1
all the sauces of the pioneer. home in Ohio, Indiana,
savory your crops for a short time and then rapidly !.he plow. '
w WILLIS POWELL ON .THE -JOB. H. Stanford and Mrs. Stanford Illinois Iowa where the weatherwas ,
Clay ,
or
diminish in fertility while other .
n ; The poverty of soil may be due to!..,
Accompanied by their guest, Mrs. J. such that to go out of doors known as strong soils, remain productive texture, unfavorable ,
'', .In this issue of. the' Gazette it published a letter from Willis Powell, the .P. Fox, of Tampa went out to the meant frozen cheeks, nose and ears, for many year without attentionto poor: of humus, deficiencies structure'in the rack

+rs r, militant, secretary of the :Tampa Board of Trade, which is addressed to the Point:and had a day of shooting,small bag with a splendid opportunity to' contract ,' -their fertility. However the.tronaest imotjnt, form proportion of plant .
+ number of birds and a of side
ging pneumonia as *
case
a soils will out' In tim
wear 'o'pd, and to the of harmful
r Kiwimmee of Trade in letter which in the most presence
Board regard to a
appeared game, and having a basket lunch line, where there was not the least unless intelligently managed. By t'neral' and
recent issue of the Gazette adverting to an attack which had been made'on which they took along as a provision opportunity to earn a dollar until next the rapid development of agricultural: Nith the exception organic of nitrogen compounds., most

!t i." rft. the I.ndsoftJ.! e i Kitsimmee section by, 'a paper known at the Winnipeg Free against ill-luck. May or June Don't you think this science soils that were originally! only oils, even those that are very poor, ,
Press Bulletin., ". John M. Lee spent the day'at home. secudn would appear as though it had moderately productive and that have isually contain an abundant of '
supply
[ went church in the forenoon and been prepared for mankind
lie specially
to
been rendered almost sterile tx '
editorial columns last week in order 'to can ,lant food, sometimes other-
itt give
The
Gazette gave the should to inhabit here a'man can earn ,
v up spent ;.day, as a good man mad richer than they ver were. lacing
elements )
t, 'space to. the reply ,made by ,the Board of Trade'commiuee.. There Vat one in the bosom of his family. money every work .day in' tiM' year; Put a cubic inch of earth under only in those are forms that or are plants present'an-;;'' J

1 fault to find with the reply made by the Board of Trade., It was too l long and Charles W. Dann took hiscar and ha can enjoy every day In the year; magnifying glass which wonld mag 'ot use. To increase fertility we";'" ,I
'gave' too much space, by way'of' exaggerating, the attack of the Winnipeg went over to St. Cloud and found his : he can make the land produce at least nify it to a cubic mile. You wouU must improve texture and add plant' r
., Free Press, Bulletin' will Measure in seeing his small son shoot i three times as much in a year as he find .each particle of earth to resemble food and humus. In ;'!
;;, ; Free;Press Bulletin:, The attack of the Winnipeg whatever came before the i can anywhere on earth; he has the doing so we add
game up
y rock of smaller size
a larger or ,
)have no effect'in this part of the' World. .The only way' to make purposeful advantage here of the most perfect scattered which ol plant food, and make the soil 'morepermeable '
I amongst are pieces ,
0 1 use of, such a reply a* that which was made by the Kitsimmee Board of Trade LroM'Mayor N. C. Bryan spent the day at health conditions on the face of the decaying plant root and other organic: f, by all means to air the and best water.remedy:, for '.
' advertisement the Canadian If the Gazette tome.' He went to church morning' globe, .nd he stands chance to live '.'
t was'to insert it at an in paper matter and through this mass the poverty of soil. Very .few t.rmere'.

: ,t hadn't given publicity to the ,attack in, this :section it wouldn't have'been and evening-in the, forenoon after holding mayor'scourt ,!I in many the years West longer or North.' here than. be does' growing' roots or i plant. thread their handle manure so as to get even aa

known and. when it known it amounted to nothing because the people -of way much as half the possible.value'from'''
r was A... B. Jarrell kept his store open These are some of the blessings .Plant in their growth make ,ntc
w -- 17 this' section don't .care .what the Winnipeg Free Press Bulletin says about ,the most of the day and>catered to the this 1ect10D': offer 'the homeseekerand of thirteen chemical elements nine it.waste''There in the world 1* probably than in no connection greater

a 1 yr l; Ktssimmee YaSW section,. knowing full well that the editor of- that 'paper wants'of his patrons with the ex- let me tell you that thousands of which they secure entirely from with the handling of manure by .the l
f what he ception of Piedmont cigarette For I of people in the West are going tocoma the coil.' These mineral plant
know : are
vi nothing o wa prating he best I and take advantage of them." American farmer. Five-eighths of.
to bring
< .', I t,However that"may be. Wallis Powell of the Tampa Board of Trade, who a about change reform thought for the day in this respect Mr. Brans left yesterday for Cincinnati clum foods; phosphorous potassium iron, silicon cal the plant food in manure is found hi "
sodium
,
feel. palled upon, to write a letter on the subject, score a considerable point and refused absolutely to dispense but will return to- Narcoosseeabout'December chlonn magnesium and sulphur. .The'jock all the lost liquid part Not of only It. Is This this 1 i.the usually ,'

L' when he say that when other sections set about boosting their own sections anyof the colrin-tacka-be- .15th with-a. carloadof particles are of many kinds and* contain but the, solids are piled beside case,the,

". that the,.first thing. they do it to. begin'.to,.detract the advantage, of other cause' Frank he didn't Lawson have hid any., himself,. .Inside --homeseekef more' or less of the above chemical barn,,frequently' under the eavea,
Thit true. *. Every year: the toll water where rains wash much of their
,
Action) U invariably away
.Ie store and painted three Show easel, j dissolves off another surface
FIRST LYCiUY layer '
Fbrlda'editor tf s' vUu Fermentation In these manure
: It to the to'say''anything derogatory"about : !
never; occurs "which account for the queer appear-,I from each particle. Plants appropriate also
sets free of the
ry Canada'or the Northwest, from which'sections: aU;of the immigrationorl anee of the said show case, but BO- I this water and thus obtain pile&'.D'to escape into much the air. A nitre-small'l j ,.

?t v 'practically all of it-is drawn. ,lice to the eternal credit'of the Florida news body need say.tliat the Gazette made i COURSE' MONDAYDR. mineral plant food. The* foods derived amount of wood ash** and an. Inch or'' ,.

_ pa manthat he sticks to the' tex of ."boost,", and it must be'that he ha of this Mi public lobDr. /,,-fot Mr;'.Lawson' la proud. __. ;I .. .----..;,... directly from the mineral matter so of rotten sod'would absorb the ':,
,
of soil and 1 it ,
k uch do that he never think of detracting'from the advantage 'of I the Indirectly from liquid and if used immediately vthe
to : '
r *on> Lightsey satisfied himself .with ,, GEORGE' i: lON'rE' COLS TO through the growth death decay ana. good effects would be noticeable' '" J
'
r Q'odtereeetias. taking dinner with a t'elatlv.'and making return of firmer are also
crop sup **"" -i i .
ei 1Yf' !. - .Powell hat'called J -out' I thing which has been self evident' all "the while; way,with all of the domestic fowl COME- TO THE HIGH SCHOOL. plemented.in many eases by the application ,,Host. 'people who'.... old' 4 t
but:which commendable. all the can' all that he could. After dinner/ con ,AUDITORIUM.. ,of mineral matter u the form enough to'i';
4, is.neverthele** highly Say good you soled himself with one of Boon*'* .. know better are apt to wish that they, : t
the while you'cah=hand if there it anything bad to be said-fet the other (el<. -' of In commercial addition fertilisers.to the niD ,'elementa. were'young enough not to.*" ('1"

1 loW' do it.' ''There .something blandly aDd''even ''sublimelybeautiful about 'Joseph. Sears and his 'family'ac already mentioned the growing plant :A man' scorn of, a. logical woman'l;
The first"of the;Christian .Culture .. s only second to hi* contempt :
'saying commendatory thing'and' per: contra something mean' companied by the Simpson .children require 'hydrogen, ''which It secure : l
enough brand I to.'th. School Auditorium ;llogical( one., . , !..
7 motored Into the country and spent Course comes .j ?- * N
from water it
"despicable in ugly things let"thi'be. for the'Winnipeg ; oxygen'which: securespartly
saying s' .
the. day -In. the woods, to .the; delight Monday evening, December aID from waterand. partly from Men deserve not *o much credit f'w* .
,.... ,PieceBulko- : *. l' ,of Dr.. LaMontCola. doing thing* a* praise for not f i4i i
,, ../ ._ __ of alL .. <\*- the. person ,George ,the-air 'carbon, which is secured from heeding; _
D i those. ,
too'mant.O w119".d they could 'w
Hunting pattlei'w.re : carbonic acid gas In the air' and "11'.1'I : '
'
};-,* ..NOa,FOR'THE CfLMJTAUQUA SEASON.. be .chronicled.) .V.rylittl..biggsme! Dr.:"Cole" V'astereoptlcon lecturer nitrogen. ...,..I .I'...'.,. ,
.
which is not .Ii .
is < <
_ ,,, was brought In but there was a gnat, and his;subject one Fortunately there 'are a'' ''..certainspecies'of '-' '. ..1 .
o .rabbits'' and duck. first glance calculated to.please, .
quantity of quail/ upon that can'us atmospheric --
pis'fife'fuseattraction of'the.local chautauqua-'season ."ha*..been :advertised! Luckily there :were,no. ,accidents .of,a but it needs to be seen to be appreciated '.bacteria nitrogen, of 'which *then: .c' ... rr .bt.fi'rFltr .I'
Ft second '' '' " t. ( q1L ;
foYTvf,day pf week. December and approved 9
i evening next : account, ; reported.. i ,. : Is an inexhaustible supply; leguminous '
> i is ,illustrated by "
_
the eliterprtslniladies: l of Dr. Coes.lectnrr \
: -Toe entire community .is under-obligation; to I is crops such u' clover' alfalfa, .,
::the 'fo have effort stereopticon slides; the subject on bean etc have learned t> '
town making this season'ahucuua They, bytheir own the Prehistoric$ People of,the South. .: peas. to.exchange ,:" 'j
:'made die;sal of ticket sufficientlylarge: to insure the guarantee for a'chaintauquta BoNO"ISSUE' FOR. GOOD '; west- the. Cliff Dwellers. The aver.. : work,with thus then bacteria and! ". ."..;'"
'- and-if'anybody bas undertaken. of this kind they knows .nothing about the these plants are easily supplied S ".j
.
't.' ; ,ever enterprise age' person with an. abundance of nitrogen >ln 4\ ,. ..J!i
;iw&l need emphasize the fact that it it i thing cliff dwell nd yet it is of historic -, ,"
no DO.'apecial'deli message to,, ? -a that Dr. 'form I they caD'11.';- The tissues'of: ,., "
; itlwttdeaervm'ofbe.wanoe.t.commendabo.i :: ...', It, mean work and unremitting ROADS DANGER J : Importance we should'well know1/and leguminous.plants thus become very ..:'\, q'"" ,,,Jh'
1
Cole tells his story more :
(. and persistent effort until the thing is actually accomplished ' ,ISJN . : 'than that he pictures'his. story with I Erich in. nitrogenous'.".compounds-;; :

; v : It coma'directly: thit'paper.'' that the.ale of ticket i i. .large' enough : "," photographs thrown ,>upon a. large-j'free when large they J decay amount In,the of lOll'they'for set .,

only 1 '' to" make the'guarantee and if ,there it any'profit to. ; accrue that-it 'will' I/Continued( ,m''Pagi' One:)', J screen so,.that* "all may. see and under- the use of any crop*that may nitrogen be grow.; H'J:: ( f" .::11"'.-w
.atand. ,
,
L t !
have to com* from the outside sale of admission cards: ( -' 'course -Is' Intended for' ingat that time / r' *

}iIt is-to ,be.hoped,.therefore, that the general public will take'nobce that they into It'1'the'all-, all Th to enjoy lyceum and there could be-no bet- . The cultivation leguminous, crops '. ( ...). ;r,; .

::"" '" the advertisement have t been>> issued for the first entertainment and there'' i itample' absorbing question< in Oseeola county....enjoyment nor any \cheaper, for I* therefore one of the most Importantand " ," .i1j._ ;"
'. in the auditorium for all the It is probable that- the\cohtlnualdingidonging ': that matter,' than the lyceum ''course., economical mean of maintainine. T N'f (
: room. : who apply. Furthermore. ;same pro ? 'of the land company a ,supply of nitrogenous plant'food :.s)
'' i pl,<' ; Rram'which'yto',be rendered ia .Ktssimrnee. is being'giyen'iin! Jacksonville; agent'ha' had a6mething.to.do with: It costs nothing store./.reserve1- ., seats' ,atRoberson's >Nitrate. may-of court \be suppliedIn 5 : }, '

I ;. "I and elsewhere, and. merit. the best patronage thai our people' can give stirring"the commfss'oners' :up ..to'the,, drug, . commercial fertilizer, but! fertili '

.a ; "" .. ':, '.Let:the people of Kitsimmee gwethiermost,, i liberal support:iote! :?) pitch1;;,where they want. .tonee'some-' ser containing nitrate" are very expensive ,', i."..I\CO\ .
1 simmee'lyceum. which in this instance to' be known .the.-Christian Culturer. thing done.".' In any event it is a need, \yINNJtAS'.\ :f.Nf. V ,* .. j- ... 4"
fa :at i
.
./ .
The first In.the renovation'of \ .
: r!: ,, youtre..: .which I J., so apparent that, It.needs no j[ step 6E :. /l'f.g':
.<< emphasis, and 'any. ", traveler ,,to the \ worn-out' soils is, to ''give'them :.ai I."fI. "
"l' : : l$ 'I '\wuiNOrT.4Ii: :A CENSUS .work has- been' done and' the ,pittance, .. ) wh'.ch!' may b4\ '
,' .ppl'oed In the shape of liquid or soled' ,.. ,: ,
\\1. ;I. } '' which is"annually "spent on roads .I ,'i.. 1'
.. stable manure or.'if: used understand"Injrly I. : ,
*L < ssemsto fad into thin nothing-nets. '
.- .'flit-CityCouncil;. : {hasinade'arren: have? the house .of the1 IS'J' .by leguminous turned ''f.. 'I' ,J'''
.w x',4' ? ements to city: 'At the ''Present the county' collect.'IOme' a ,, crop, : ::-," :
> . fI'' .ypzberalrywhlrJiehould. ; : havsbeendone'iome. !(time"ago. ''The eontraelmade; 118,000 ayear: for the,, mains' *' NOW,PLEASANTLY-LOCATED. under* manure. '" 'I < . i'!.:

' 1.\1'\ if. :, the .gentlemanWho. is to.do;the;:work::is.certainly'arranged upon'terms fiance, of"t ds. Senator-elect.. Done, IN' \VJLSpN BUILDING. A' pl'Opel'elrcul.: ion'of'air, is.alsn,. , ,q
in' plant'growth
an important'factor i
v that twice the, a
toh, <.tJi+ most .advantageous to.the'municipality.' At the ''same time that the houses are gin amount U the-opinion wh'ch i I. proposed to ra's' by', -- and the soil, must therefore be por-. : "f'j j I ".:<.r

., # b stag numbered why would it not be the'eminently prOper thing to have' .'t n.. direct! taxatIon' ; would amount to little. Dr W L'Wlnn has reoenil 'moved OUt enough to permit a f"e'eireula- isFor ;'.".: ,
{l'. 't'!' :"ri' 4SM. o/-lhe city taken) ' ' ,' '< more ,ln/actual results obtained.;; ''It' front the offices' over .th. Roberaon t'on of air., In this' manner the growing \ '" ''II<:

.""'. ..I '. \ri., ";f, :*Thi* work'could be done it this time easier and at let ..attttaeini may be that the next meeting qf'the drug store to'ttte Wilson building'on' plant Is furnished with 'tmospherIe .-. 0: 1" .
question County.Commissioners! wiU.result in a',, Darlington+avenue, andlalocated'ina oxygen and carbonic" add gas. "
-
i;t ." ,;;;+ ': the history o f the town; and there ian't: be the 'least: '., )that\ mass 'meeting .c'titens' to. bring" pleasant suite of offices which:.he. One. ofthe most Important objects t,

., "t; ,if a census. i* Dee:feL.: ;, Aside front this Beaton.it would 'give the. man'who out result of j. tang'bl;character; 1 has fitted up in elegantstyle.. plowing i Is to loosen up. the soil and a+ ,A1 +
t. :: do the'other'work'an'Opportunityto! : make,'somp little profit.on.his' other ro-thos* who have.' studied the road -It I Is in the eternal fitness of thing( mix: fresh air"with It.> .1 ,
question'-, .U*, a' -que.tlonor-' street... that In. Winn should have a pleasantand .In many'parts'of the country the the Entire,, a #y:
a. ,J7" t- ry. ' .r. moment whether the present policy of elegant.uite of toff ice* since ht land i* :'plowed only,'''three or four,
r Ij '
: y 'I. ",, ,,; ,{e tbould'take. : !ithjcensus: with'practically.nacl bgnal. labor. and'Jieoetild spending money for: unsatisfactory' re-;'''Ia..a gentleman and physicianof IncM':deep. Below'' the "plowed

a, ,.?: .. Lieu 1 publication such: at published in other,"citiet of'like i. size and salts .ball -obtaIn; or .whetber.-there '"tiPJ which correspond* to these. qualifications. s mtuut-the toll becomes sour dense. 49a'' iko
; f't ,.teah'Tn'tomft adequate" on npe taejrm tot hit work;,: '.. "V' shall be an agitation' for a bond issue .' :,,He U at home to his friends lv packed 'and.:unfit: for'plant roots. h y n ; ,

\, *' '' ''Thi:it a'tMa.rtion nWy*>at along to Council'l for'what,ft"'i* worth. and putdown brick roads.-.,.,The tatter' and>will be .glad to ,have ,them com When, such soils are,plowed deei and
., the'1Io.cwaWe' MMaB w3l ...kematter under sehepa';to i .t big' one,. and oouwhichwQl and. inspect hi* new. quarters: this sour packed subso'1.1 mixed with ,J Jx.
eprf .wo tfiut contioVratioa f :. '.,
call ... .uaibesblgunbnulg. of dniaSVa.a.nniJtJ. **rti to,make:the. ; will be the, ,. ...... 'jwQl..have'' .offices':'for 'thAuTrat "
. ..,. .. *J. , h advocate cta that It .. II< > crop. i I. greater retarded.: Some f*rjmera.toremedy
.
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', : _' thoVwho . aenehip.. ," '" ., .
w CANTATA ' The
awe riARVBT speaker told how mod.
: N"r' 'U_ ..,...' \I' ,., tog dinner. at the *1*>;. I ern. ideas bepan with the dlaooveryeC
,' . and Mrs., L., E. U.ermore; Mrs. Floe. AM..r.. how had .
we tat for
r ,I *' I .neti! Ely ,and .E.:,Gr Francis.-1 ,: WA5'GRf. .. ,T.:SUCCESS. .Ao"", < rflv.s in this Western H..tap.Q..... fRESH !EVERY

,r t1jiihs/ TBvoryFrMay. /j By Clayton 'J a. strong 'Independent Iiid.ofc .
Bros., a". rented tit'vacant poveramfnt
.. ;' room'south of the Yates A Bas one eontrolMbjr,.oen 'aUsed DA'1rNew
01' *I .,,' rea i! ARRIs; market and, have fitted it up in splendid THOSE WHO TOOK PART, WERE,, P!", . .. ,., l.t. r .
The speaker .
: : .J:",, I style;for a' Arat-ela. restaurant HEARTILY ;APPLAUDED RE.. of AmerleaD declared that'studentw : i7 iJ
They,opened for business yesterdayKisimmea BigReduction: coliegas. who very short '
N ly will become leaden ;"
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PEATEDLT. ,' in all activities TOffHi.e }\
Weather t Report# .' i Auto' Garage and, Ms. |'", should show a:"deep interest in their. ... ,
;+ : chin Company' will do >anytnmg Hi in comedy I courftry'and in their government:; New Lettuce:
Those who took part the The speaker
lath or-. machine work for for congratulated the stu -. '
you I ,
"The, Adorable Elisabeth 'and the dents of the college {"
automobiles, boats, and all other machinery. upon the rtun Ne '
!' ,following' are the dally tem-" .' 15 tf.DeWilton Harvest Cantata FrIday 'evening ,of rues granted them but "jhe ,declared w, Cabbage. ..., A'' .!.I:
and precipitation M last week were the recipient of hearty: that the greatest advantage was not Ii" ..
; peratures ''and Hendrix Alderman, applause at thee completion of, their I II in the material' matter of 'State or .New, Radtiher '
.reported by the' Government Ja*. Daughtry,,Wilfred Underbill snd' respective act., I .. nation, bat,in. high manhood and wo-
'. !'station At Kliwlmm e for th*' Julius Pearoe motored up from, Bass The entertainment was given for .in JDanbood., f\r a ?ew minutes after New! Potatoes
; week ending .Nov.981912.: enger last Monday In Mm. Alderman's the benefit of the Christian church and'' the close 'of his address the speaker .
touring, car and )lav. been .spending, warn a financial success betide affordIng -! A was surrounded by student who cams -T", --:- .. .: M,
> MAX '1IfIt. ... AIM court; week,ln the city 'the- people'of Kisslmmea one of tip to congratulate him. .He then went ,
the most enjoyable evening they have : to,the home of President NICE LO?FRESH
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F idar'. .. ., 76 .10 Montague. ,
: ,. : Hankin .
W G. the local broker, had the privilege of enjoying for many MillineryGoods ;
; $Saturday... 78.65 . ,SALT MACKEREL
has secured the contract for the in- Jong; days. ; : -
"Sunda,... f... '76' 66, . terior'farnishing of the new bank: of 1'hefact that there'' ware thirty ;' {j!
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Monday*.....-, 68 ' 68- *8 the same equipment a...the Citizens possibility, of ,entering into' extended : SHAKER'
"Tuesday.w' ,
.v.: Bank of this eltrNotteDr. ; _' comment. Be it remembered that it 'jI. ACRES Of lAND l s,,
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W.dneiday. 44Thursday j : ,
} wa, to.begin with a local entertanlrment. t.F
.". . a, ,43 rPt ." ,. Winn vow has his office and,It were unwise to be critical . ,,BANANAS ,
up stall..In the new Wlllson Building if one cared to .be; secondly there-

?f ....!.!.!.".000.00..000000..000000.. where he expects to be for office wa nothing to .be critical about; UDIViDED..mo: : TEN' ACRE: Home Crown Fruit
--:- -.. '. -- hours from 10 to-.U a, nu, ant ':2.: to thirdly the .entire affair, went off'' at ,' I' ,
llllllllilllllllMIIIMii ? 4 p..,m. Ills, office phone, Is No. 97 admirably and every one wa pleated TRACTS. 'JFOR, TRUCK, .AND
His residence phone is No. .83, 48tf and fourthly the door reOlllpta :were : -

THE FIELD. Dr. and Mrs.. M. J. Hicks left Mon so satisfactory that: there was no ;;. FRUIT, GROVE., ,
LOCAL ., 1 to with the ''
complaint raua--not even 'Dann &' Dann
day night for Atlanta to visit their janitor. Miss'' 1i 1-i I :
daughter, Mrs..J. M. Wood. Mrs.
However this may be the Valley Ga- Particularly, adapted to .the grow. ,
11 M 1111 M IIII M MI M.. I Mon > Hicks has been quite seriously ill for tette critic will risk the assertion big of citrus fruit, and vegetable, : '
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the past several weeks, and-it I* hoped GRO: :CERS;
r' : IL that there was no'faqlt to"be foundwith' '. and situated largelyon, East Lake , '
o..rcoatl-tret DOW.. .F by her many friends that the ,change .
the leading voiee.-MI., Belle Tohopekaliga, lienden and A J., are 5Darllngton'
,Lawson.; 1 It. ,will restore. her health.,, Buzza: : and R., David Porter;, who Band now offereW for sale by the Narcoosseo. ,and Broadway'NEW .
,A.-R. Wrenn visited Orlando for the' Mr. Rlhehart is in receipt of a letter took the principal solo 'parts: nor with ys. Farm and Townslle Co. : ." '.
.week end.List'your. from his cousin, MM. Belle Modi who Mrs. Laura Fisher, Mrs. K &.Weldter ,./, In this tract are about three thou- j
has been under medical treatment at and Miss Derbyshire who sang the. .and'acre' of pruck' and mock and '
house for rent with Mrs. Croton,' Ohio. Her many,friends will trio of the cantata adorably; nor with ." prairie land, and about three thousand WILLMAK"TlIINGS
,Summers.1 '4511 be pleased to know that she is com the ladies' quartet, composed of Mr.. acre of high hammock and pin land. ,STORE
ii i pletely cured and that she will return J. D. Clark Mrs. ,Wells, .Mrs. Boyce ,; The muck land 1* of that character
Rig reduction In mfllinery. goods at to this city in a short time. and' Miss ...Lillian Harris, who sang; upon which the"larce.'Ie1da of vegetables 'HUM
Miss Bandy's., 49-lt touchingly and .sweetly all'old.\ .. inthi, section are grown, and I :
in Sheriff C. F.,Prevad lefl'lhU mornisg Cushioned rendition of the "Suwannee 49-lt.;, the high hammock ,and pine land I.
11. Brokaw of Apbpka was -
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for Tavares to bring back W.''IL River. John D. Woodbeck, who trained I I that upon which the magnificent Nar-
,the city/Wednesday.. ; ', Patrick. Patrick was summoned asa the choral and directed, the pro- -.- COOlS:!* orange and grapefruit grove A. 'R SE DERG' BRINGS; NEW
Big' reduction in millinery gods at witness before the Circuit Court, duction I I. deserving' of-'unstinted '' NAT'' ':OPENS are planted and which ret annually ; "*
Miss Bandy's. -: 49.lt and failed to appear and an attachment . praise. Following: : la a card of thank BRYAN fully two 'hundred doUat.-}naer. to LIFE. ,,TO.KISSIMMEE'": x'
; ; i was issued for him. He 1* being from the ladle of the Christian their'owners. ,TOWN. '
W. IL Brokaw with Criffing-Broth- held by the sheriff of Lake county church: ,' COURSCAT'COLUMBI A:," .These tract. are located at the terminus "

ere the tree people. 40tf. bending the arrival of Sheriff Prevail. The Ladlei Are Grateful of the Sugar Belt Railway,.14 .,
,, With the spirit of Thanksgiving in .-' miles from Kissimmee and have railroad -
Chas A. Tremer, of Bellevlew. Flaws F.. Bi: Hnrd and family arrived in tb '' air the ladle of the Christian ,SENATOR' i transportation ,to all eastern and He will open for business tomorrow"
in the city this week. this city last Friday: from Reger Mo., church feel they wish to give a hearty I FLORIDA THE FIRST-.northern markets., t, -will i A< Rosenberg, the clothier and > 1
,. dividends bringing with them a carload of stock expression thanks to those whoassl.ted SPEAKER_ tyt THE SERIES, AT, The company owns and operates a ladle and gent' furnisher. He has' '
For really big Insert a andhousehold, goods. They: have them in the entertainmentgiven large modernhotel, at Runnymede, come to occupy one of the newly completed '
want, ad.in the Valley Gazette: rented the Biskerdike residence at 222 last Friday night for the benefit BAPTIST INSTITUTION, one mile from' these ''tract, which 1. .stores in the Stewart,, avenue' i.e

Rev; H. T. Gaines visited relatives North Main sheet and gone to house of their church pew fund. ,-'" named Hotel Runnymede.: Its price, block just completed' by the",Miller-.
\ at fowling Green this week. keeping. Mrs. ,Hurd and daughter They wish, first to thank Prof.J. are exceedingly low while' its comforts .Stanford building. l
were pleasant callers 'at the 'Gazette D. Woodbeck for his' valuable service Some time ago President Montague; and accommodation are equalto A. Rosenberg is a'' young man, full '
I, ,Miss Nina Bratton and Miss Collierare office on Tuesday and stated they in directing the'' beautiful Harvest of.Columbia College at Lake City, an- many of the best hotels in the large. of the life and energy and up-to-dat. t
spending several,days in Orlando. we're highly pleased with Kissimmeeso Cantata; those who took part in nounced that a, series of lectures by cities. methods that, make for better; thing
far. They expect to spend the win it! Miss Ellis, the accompanist tho.ewno'gave distinguished would be given before -, Among the attractions here offered in the mercantile line, and .he Ir goingto
I; 'W. B. Clays of Arcadia, was among ter her, at least, and if they are as us the delightful little the student body during thesea, . the sportsmen are some of the best of succeed in Kissimmee.' '.
' ,.', the guests. of th, Graystone: Wednes well then a* they are new they. comedy "Adorable Elizabeth those son. Senator Nat :DryaD opened the hunting and fishing as well as boating"on There is room for him her., he will
.. will locate permanently. who' so graciously \.favoredus, .with series,*, Wednesday'of' last weekA' the lakes. ,y find that competition is not a* sharpas
day.D.I C. 'stranded all colors the special numbers,'and the Kisslnt- special from that place says ',': For information-as to prices'' and' helms been accustomed to and hill,
. .M. cotton work.; Eliza Edmondsoh, colored wife of mee orchestra whose music,Is always United States Senator N?P. Bryan terms upon which these lands can be will make things bum Hi first day's
, I stamping for all kinds of fancy tf. Quinn Edmondson, the well 'known s' much appreciated: ? '. '. i'n| a masterful speech, addressed the>purchased, address C. E.,Denlgr,'South-' business will be today; he will De open.
I,i Lena" Lord.. hotel porter died at her horn in this We wish too, to thank Messrs. Key i assembled student body. .of.Colombia, ern Manager, Narcoosse Farm,. and .for.business today for the "rat.time .
"-T;' Mrs. F W. Hill of Narcoossee, Is city on Wednesday, Nov. 20th and and Woodbeck for that first pleasant College yesterday.; J T6wnsfte Co. Narcoossee, Fla., 'in Kledmmee'and it will be an epoch
:,tin the city today' on her way to Or- was burled at Rosehlli cemetery on hour ,with ,the moving pictures;, the ;: Senator Bryan announced. his Cincinnati address, 49 Race stret, making day for him maybe it will be
,Utodo.wi'C..' Sunday last Eliza and Quinn have accommodating Mr. Jack Harris who : theme The Duties. of,;.American Citl-. i Advertisement, 49-lt so.for ,Kissimmee; alsovOH
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Ii.ecin, Kissimmee over twentyfiveyears made the> window cards advertisingour i . "
., Lee of Longhman, spent and both have so conducted entertainment;. Mr. Rash of Kls- -
Tuesday in Kissimmee, as a guest of themselves as to win the'esteem'' and "Immee'Furniture ,- Co.,'who lent the
, the,Graystone.: respect, of both .races. The deceasedhad furniture used in the stage* letting of ,
many sincere friends among the the little comedy; and the ladle of -
'Coli; P.; A-Van. Agnew went up to white people Kissimmee, a numberof. the League who allowed us the use J.
Jacksonville on a business mission whom sent bouquets of flowers to of the Chapter House for rehearsal It

Sunday night., be placed on her grave., They desire ''especially to mention ,

Lanier county commisaionerelect Walter the' kindness of the Valley'' Gazette I :.c
Raymond
t Miami Metropolis Mr. : [
and the Journal in giving numerous "
from the second district, ,9"-f ;
Rounds the well known
Henry newspaper .
< preliminary notices' aDd -for', other .. ,
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was in .the city Monday.John writer, known to Miamlan courtesies. I .: ;
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I. .through his associations with the Metropolis ,. .
The ladies feel deeply grateful h I '
C. Jones prosecuting attorney .' "
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1 is -visitor in Miami. Mr. all those who aided their andwi.h < ,, : : ,,'.',
project
circuit at
for the was registered : ,
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Rounds has the in ik _
'spent summer : : C'a"'l)1 t'h'e.r \
this week. them to know that they are'es .:; ,
the .G aystona: . ,
his old bom in Boston but baa com pecially invited to occupy-those new 01., ,. .:: ." I. ,
J.: II. Baisden. 'proprietor of'the South for another winter. On the way pews when they have been.installed. "I. ,,\ ::-V! +:' . !, . " :
."Traveller's Rest** hotel at Whittier., tl this section; of the State he visited MRS.' 8.\&' AULTMAN, : "
Iris been,in.th. city this ,week. with friends in- Kisslmme and then For the Ladles'-Aid of the ChristianChureh. '
had the pleasure taking th.'trip .< .OH !
Charles E.: McCrory, official'stenographer by th.'eaDal through Okeochobo and .. DANN: ,:
of DeIADd.was a guestofryA thence to Ft. Landerdal, H* i* finding < "

> the Grayston, during .the week. many improvements to.praise in .r q, .
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the-Magi; City,, ." "INTRODUCE MrPLEAsuiAUDIENCE of .
' Hon. C.:' A.',Carson returned, last .


;A&i venlng Danla)Misses on from'Maud tau lower.a aDd,trip,East gabs to Coast.Miami Jordan and, of In A..J visiting the J.. B.'Holt employment: :Holt; his and,father'for wU yean of and' the in-mother an,governmentIs Kisslmme,'engineer, Rev. -. for DA N'S-. 'i is ;the Place; .for .the ',|0)fS, ) 'fed :the TOYS!. ; ; "


", "1:....I Tampa* are guests of their. sister,, Mr. Holt has been stationed at-Jloilo CLEVER PIECE.'WAS:RENDERED ..., , . .} ,
: .,(Hp., Gj IX.Boon, for a few days. for the three years, and fc* has HERE UNDER MANY DIFFI.. ,der ling" i.Toys,. .. ** ,
'..t lltlV ResgWof.'th* nrm of.ClennReagin two ehU,; a boy and si girl,'whom ; '. "
: 'Advertising Apney.of Dr. Holt his wife bad never seen. CULTIES-STAGE". SVtALL... ', 'and that pleases',theboys J*
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I{ '.Tampa,' spent yesterday in thi city.Mr. H. ,brought the littl girl,' Lillian.toKlssimme .
with and iDON'T ,
... '> "MrsrH.'w.1Morrow1Md. : him .broughthappiness ,'r'hi !clever ;plecie"Introduce ,iMe" '" >, .tClrla't. . o) JlV
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7. : ... aad son to the hearts of hi* parents .. : "\ .
t Earl spent Thanksgiving in Orlando, when h*did so. The little miss speaks was rendered Kisslromee Tuesday : :' '
?TUt of MA. and Mrs. & B.: Lhrr. Spanish Filipino and English.o she evening under;many difficulties,'. for ' : '

I .. /''Jbian4' ,M7"LeonardWfillamsup : : J Mr.*, already Holt has,an a six accomplished month leaver,linguist andit which it may.the player be-said wen,' even not In altogetheror part,'to : SAY, : IT'S':'/TOO EARLY F'uR: C H WSTM AS ;;;MAYBE II| &]

i ..!' from Coughman and spent i* possible that be will go to.Cuba blame; :yet the audience wa pleased :
{ uda7' hopping in Klsslmm.Vaurs. **. or be transferred ,.elsewher ,rather ',There were ;car loads' of'.aceDe.. : ,lift.: yu sfRaWf ftfit 'tlsfl pfaiiMriili BMfif' hftltt; 'fUs u jusaMaA'j l : > ',", :'
'f"A ,LevK; BeLureguardDrawdy. then 'I'ftum to the Philippines. His oar said to be; that ooldat be placed rtilun. Infll llro ,> JuHlnllVIli, snVBI* svOTV frrlrrw rWT Bt 41 ,, -v.i .
,, and wife aid tor the on the miniatnr' stage, and ...whilesceneryrdoesn't.make "
boy are present
'from Whittier section, were. Grinesville,' N. C.' .. .a play: yet it :\IOBt Wfp Chris rss 1 AIitID.IIJij'; : "F
in. the- clty. 'attending.,court this wee' >J' goes ;a long,. way -toward 'that consummation : .
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'A .eUftc'W, 1i be held,on"Monday: At" 5IN1DWNFORtERMOPiCOURT' : , ; ''Clark". in :,the ' ; Look ,"* i : ".
"njght at 7:30 at the Catholic. church; part Miss was'Delia' pleasing and well :leading&'01mNand gOBdsi' ; e J,; ;Qw,: :t

,y ', AIL[ membe requested"to be.prsiif she.was-well ; It has ; ,; -r'; .
supported. ;, : .,
: evidently' dawrd-upon all Klaslnune DECORATIONS'FORIPARTIES. .autwnn'leaves''eirysta1a tha.I. /? .
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1'M 'Moriah Gilbert and her danghirMr theater goers that this place will never .
,,', '*.. C.1,Li' Bandy,-' have returnedom a> .;..---.. bare first class. productions well raji:: olorcd ribbons, and all of the. .accessories;] 'besides a full !lied is ,' 11,1'.:i

: ,an, extended visit to'Charleston, UNCSUALLX 'SMALL NUMBER staged are bettered until the and opera nobody house is'> condition wishing of toys. Why. .enumerate them-, ? But. here. .goes...for. 'someof'thesuTheref .',' ,.'f, ,

.. ,it" II'<' ,"," .. ,COME:,TO KISSIMMEE FOR;,, more for that millennium than the 'end % !.,
'u fFheUwants aillwattaranfar\ ..
gunboat one a < <
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'his mill! 1 . ,
; 'J'/'M.JTay10i. sold aw R>T FALL TERN. 'i managers Of th*.Pastime; Messrs. Key 1
i the Windsrmsre Improvement Co., : A Woodbeck ' ,tiltery nd'Sl Jack 'antidumpingJacfo ">,and Drawing "*' "
.to ," : 'i cap' : .. ;., ,*
moved with his family to,thU .. ., r
back -i *) >I't"
[;j ).. ,y.' ': ,.- ' :" .An unusually i small toKissimmee number* of.visit.rngattorneys .for- *, CARD. ; OF- THANKS, *, $latei,. \- C1.LOOkWIa, '; ., Here-.. . .. .t KRDOLLS

.'+ .gett t..be.t..boe here they the-'fall term of came court.,, J. FROM ''ONE: ;F0JNY TO ;SIX,* DOLLARS:

r'Jilh; ; We hav'them for dre..ywe.r.' ,., .1udCIt'J.,;' W. Perkins'-and ,.Official To the,Woman'Mlssionary.8oclety'of'the : .. ... ,:, ' *\A
." ,' CIr, hard "..rrie and.for. *,horn. ',eonvJlrU. teDoJrr.pht.r'tc.'R. 'E-.fl Crory'gf, De-i Methodist Church:, ; .. .1. r
", i.iI F.:JL Lsweon.. it/ and were'in town early in the week. ... I, "Will'be' impo .Ible-for m* to 'tell .. ." .

4e- J k6'or'e'dM+. iii' R1t :wflbreak.' .any Mrs.- .Perkins did not accompany the Vour1'Just how much'I appreciate the If l 'buyer can't: be. ( leased: i is sefectjofi I L Rmustrconfcssthat ; (
; ._,.' -Chills/ A"Fver'ancttr.t.aken; Judge th's.trln-as has been'' barrens* beautiful new .ult and 10vlvhat'you ,any, p .

.' 'j -.turnPrice'2bcsnts/then as', tonic the Fever will not re-,tfi ace torn..well Having she Is broken now evidently him Into'the willing1otrnst of-, a sent.me,very.Thanksgiving.great" surprise.: It. :'I wa want* indeed, to .. I r=am:unable J tf( ,' 'meet,the 'bill- count 1. me' out, .fM( .' .1 :..

J.:, ..." . him.alono wHh It. The COUPS thank my dear CampFreGirlstoo' ..
'I. ' '' and are >oold be'. Indl.pen.abl. without'' Mc"roory forth pretty glove"lt'was so sweet .Q
I 1 /i!The Buster Doyle Company ' I I"' don't' know'mybusiness: J if, l I: havent chosen -
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t booked for'' the Pastime the first three I ;: John C..Jone., the prosecute f.yoo girls.-
.y?:, : ext week'and the three..Bra.lIl..r .! I ig attorney was among those present .. My dear, ..I.tenwbUe'''. Ir shall enfoy _'
'",Bisters,. the last half., ; Among th*. visiting attorneys,were wearing the lovely thing you vent / with an'eye to,' please all.
' ,-;; C; G.;tarbuek and,Victor.& StarbuckT me, I very maeh'more appreciate the : L
: : '. Jndjre'JJ; Hi;Walker and'son Hardy.. > Carl'Robnann! of Orlando.- .-Mr.Tfcbfnioifha spirit of the gift It Is the love that , i-i' 4 ? ,. 'I
1."Da..ena.r.ba.. been spending a : recently: hacom>> a ben. prompted the gift that enjoy most f'' 0 ', ," .' - '- ' - *, J
;t:; .,4>LIe.: days'In ,the'city,,looking;; after" 4lct.And Jti.addition to'th's distinction of all.. May the dear Heavenly, Father. : : for'Santa"ctau8an
,n","'ID..! matters .this week> '' h* was recentlr elected Co"itjf. ?*ttor.ney bless..yoo.T T' -- ': :Headquarters .. "
I. MlamfMstropoll' \ The'Klssimmeo I : to 'succeed;the late ,Hon. W. L. 1 J Your. with love : .:.J I"" 11
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'0 vk ,Leaguewill'\.ee''to it that tMcreen Palmer." ,All are well liownInKf.s'mmee ; .- MRS.IL " ..c" W D'ANN", S' ;;; : Z ;

TV place. jn the center of, Broads and. always' 'reiv. '- cordial ,FOR UNT""Fuj.! ,. room for : "
1' during the winter welcome_ ,*. :, 'light housekeeping or board 'If d*., ..'; Select..Buyers'r
, '"west 1'h. are native kept grasses green die down; during ,,sired.:, aO.-ain-st., ., 49-Ztp ', . *; ; , ; ..' ,- ,-
i wither .".d'U.\t ,,rrre.hr ;Mor*' than 11. H)0 of the. .60.000 passenger I i.J ';} t f .
4 the'ralfroads "' .. ' ...k.." , ':t'! Ji { ; >'1 .
of FRESH 'BRE D, cake'snd at
.cNd to give the desired touch cars Irk use on candy

., -. to the parkways.wlul.'Ka,.. ,. the United States,.. .are now electrically .. rTh 'Ladles'; Exchange. ,.No.'rw118Brosdway.l
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1E rS r Wa1i.tF:8AI.: R. .'* Kissimmee. Fhu Nor 4th 1912 I. ' .J .... :
: I111/.x. ; Sprainstn i II't' t t. I '. 1. l.i-! : . : .11't..t., ; ;.. .vAult 'J d
t I The Board of County: Commislon&r\: 1- c. / J.'

,'I ;j- ." ,,)(fo/t In and for the County of Oseeola, SUTte ',','TlfrYda.Jt," 1 ...: r"fOlt':1: :'J..i'i :' .rk'L A , C. aaoxaY.; of trot It Ifom4thioumtl '
S P .f.Florida,. met in regular session, _, ..j.. -- . ,, : { t"IIJvn '
on .
ARE:. ,ALLOWED TO .Ia ,1I.u.rl;, ; ... I . : . I .:
the above date, there being, presenVa'fuU' ttor ttv* raurand *- .,' .. I ' .. : ,it."-,..' '.w....._....."#., .."..".. _.... ", ,,,,,:,,, '
. 11Z'NoTa6.1h9R'ZI4BMtANDPAl '' Board also W.. B., Crawford, of I IMV* liut gul bold ef yourXUiU; ' : .' E Y .. .d,1n',, : 'f' ; !. .--:-- "V J

j ) : A8tTHB ;''.' IxE': ': ABLE the Ann or Van .Agnew Crawford, I foo.1.meat, anf4 A..7 LIMICa lii do don two tee pda aa.Imxh'..tb. I HEREALTY,, .M A ':'.EIIA (;: ..:-.1 { I VI.:J'I'h'1il', Jlu"i":1!'f" ''jI' : t ." .'

.. 'r0'''TAKE UP SAMI!. attorney 'for: the I Bo.rd.: and. R. G.. | '+...w.c.-" .' ., ' ''j.'j'I'. "'..f//! '.,-I''.""f\7"1\ "ii'( .
... ; Johnston,;Clerk and Auditor. pdets tiervcsus. ,, 1. ,I YEI 'Y8, ,'n.a''', oe,1"" M, !1 std" '1{(", '>, I I
t ", I I
J J I 1 Th*.minutes of last meet. .. \1: : ""mAX r -1
regular iDMAXae406Thomp. '" \ '
L&I$ if U : be Mowing, 'Albertan, the morning lngt.,tend also the special meeting; I Borv&. *AtorrrMe la n>y jog, Mu wua. ...dwtrorM.Uee.-.1..e I-w ' " : < !' :Tf : ,; '; . k7P,'\i!: a::; :'': :" )\'

'If ub Ksho -at Alberta, Calgary, were read and approved. veonaooaud UJ 1 niewltha rkins1 ,
gi s u..ao.tnc'acco\D1t. \ of a ,ltlp. .The following: bill were'etamined, .M ..111".0 Uwt I could nut ,I tleen A . I +, .. ..... ', '
1 ; approved and warrant l ordered drawn: ; friend. tulj u.tolrgy.u ,LtDIIIt.D.\ : : : ]: I GO.; ; '\' p., .1 : .
II Cal and 1.o.dp,1 do. viukoat aJ y ':, ,, :
tfolludon cow
t-r. thong the. M,. ... u.. overstrvet. com mi.* acedOLJ.rWp..ie.a" ...: .. a ) T'(:f. .. .. vq'1'-' ,.' "" . .j'.
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'. and 11 00 i ...
of that: immediate ,neighborhood, ay S stoner 1. Lesley eommlalonr..f mtleaur--; ; ;,' 4 tilt : \ <.; ,;:.. ; ... ,. ,,
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sn offers., a great contrast to the a'F.. Bass .,..* and ; SLOANS.LINIMENT! : ;: ;' { ; .; : \"
f..I..I. rd'
A' III y JIOII ey punaed'. 'the railhist .1 ailleair. . .._It-. ill 00/ I. .... WI..ie..ieri'and Retailers .f,. 'fJ , .: ".,
,
p .K. Base comminaloner and :
r. ..:-otl?.d section la ancour. -ntUfeire --...,j-i...,.. ,t C.( ;, J. .... ., '. .
.h .
t'E, i farming |n it* ,te '.. It will j. JI]. u&...' J&Dltor.. -3zrr-m 40 00 ." 'T "l--" !;--; ---- .- -- : :- : --.r- '" '..

I, 1 M irved,, .that/the-'cowe,/ ; > re, die.observed A. w, Crosby .up poor. farm 40 00 '..' \ .... '. I; ." :, ',,,1,.:) ",--' ,, J '.!

that 'the cows are die- 9.. F..Packer. aalaryay;;: ;=county.:;-__ si. oo \ ,.:t .r.' 1/11',1/ ,, ',. !//A_ oYer'': : .J . I ,Tlmben.g..4'n' : ,.
1 n rated and -the I farmers are then C. F 1revtcard Jx11 -,I'',,11, liD -10 a good Liniment I keep it on '., )"!Ivit rr .;'1"I+YW','ktct ; -. ,! :.: >'\ .-: :.j '
en every 'C" hand all the time.' '' My daughter 0't./ : ...., 1Jft..1.1 ,! '. ' ." ',.... ..... .' ..' '.
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r L' ..bT.kfarred,payment.ThAi; Ron Gra .-h--.. mds-*-...".I: ::.,.;-.,..l" IT 06Q.oeola U.sprained iment.her and wrist It ha aod not used hart your!her .. ; ;. ....;.'I\ I'j11'r"J.) ....I.;. . .1. ,' .. 1
'. :' Journal, printing and : -i''t' ;,'. '\\1 ; ; '. ,, ' .', 1.
ftn-; : subs.a. ,,. .,. .. 31: 69 since.", ,,, \\ct i.iJiH:: :> : ; '. Tmb'e'r ctands 4 4T f .....
,
: < .i.t.-- '
1 hree hundred-head of dairy l ft. O, Johnston. posting '-to JoscntHATCIIEK. ; wJ. :" : { .;':\\Y '. r ,,;.:. 'T", ; ': . ; ; .

00 ndi "as ori than 800'' hogs '.will abstract book. .___._w._.- TS 1-0 ,, V, ; ,;..l r ; ariv* telCalgary this morning'over James Orlffln. witness ...;._ 0Geo of S-lma..N. C_ tJlJ'.1 '. ,I, .'4'tl' .;, '+it tl .hut.f.h ,po .'. "..'! :'- )" . J .L : r I 'Ill.J< 'H f ,
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; ., th > Parjflc-'railway. ,' to be H..R.rDal. Whitehead. .,Itne.. wltneas. ',...."_--.._. 6 Eft 0 >..N,"" . .. .-"\". .'.).' ,..,.;.\ 1\...;. \,'.'Ii ".. !!.tI-.iJ. ',..,,. ;,.\Ji... ,!....f" (" .u'!;' :1'; 'r.' ,".,."r' '. 'oJ', ,I +- ... ._,:.;.o;..=:.". .:.........:_.._-..,)r.__. .;'.. ', i0 i-t.r
dii tributed among farmer on land Henry Sullivan I maintenanceI 0<> At An Dealers .t : ; . < ;
''o a., so d the Canadian: Pacific. liveStock Prevalt court coats. ..... Ie' 80 r .. ; ; '" \ ... . P." '. ,.
r' ;1 b7. is the tint ,The &F.: 'l>arker.court coals **...::. 0.Oiw Price "'to'lky, ::/yp ..".. i>"t'll :.." \r'J'I\ .r; .' :." ,, . .' " l..t.. .. ...#"fT' np !
.
) consignment ship .' 250,600,1 41.00 f .\;' ., . .
IV. u.reol. Co. mesaffcs( for :. : : ,', ". "
io ;pel L in under the-suapices of,tbe."ew I sheriff _. ..___ __. I X8Klssy p 1 I{ : '. : \, "', '
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ml..n\ bn.k
4 lartment of animal husbandry of Tel Co.tent. phone?-....__ 1 SOOeocola .. .............on........... ;, : : : ," : i ;
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; (" .' T Hdw< Co. mdso. ...._... 7 SiKlaay +j p.llnj.al'' .r ; 1
th "t
1hvay"bt"Whfeh"Dr'Rutherfortf
. I
Valley Gasette printingand '
'',!, ,,,., ,J1a. 'appol.D d. -- uba ..->._.___u__i____- ISO Ttp. lrKDr.earl -
: ... ." 'The .t&ftfmal..tha arrive today, wilt' W. Orl(Tin, registration ofr. K 00 E- also have desirable l ; 'r' ;J
.: r'i W. Hill' d.p. rtu. ofr....... SO 00 S.Sloan ,0'W. some very sand Very ,
.1} be distributedl among thefarm\ >r* 01)) C. H Acree. road work _? ..?, <' 00 i fit r _
; Exceptionally:: : .easy,terms, no cash being IL i. Johnston court costs47 41 a ,. ... .
F required) :bout'elgbt>> dairy laws C. I*.Prevail. doo ct. costs __'_ tl 4t -' ).

+ will- be) assigned ,to 'eachut.rmert according C.eotlectlon.r..1e.-L.. Bandy comm..loO.-.**..on.* 99 73C Oxtoo:>> :well i improved Orange .Groves. near i to;RailRoad .

to circumstances and the nogs JI'. Pr valt<.court costs- tU 4t Maw .

will also be assigned pro rata. Notes C. K Prffvatt.. _serving_. ,__ .pro.___. S 01'
l )1) will/be..accepted for the animals, and W.ally W. 1::;. -Dep.-- rag ofr.-- .__ SO 01 w Church 'and School. We most'
'every, opportunity given the farmers J. W. Thompson burying two + : own :

: -1 e ltomake alauMesa. in.taking ,care of paupers".G--.f ---_ II 60 .
: ..
A. ofr. 40 01 .
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; them. w. I.. Campbell. :d 'p. reg.'' ofr. SO 04Klssy >-
To Encourage Mixed Farming. Rlee. L 1 plants lights. IS H i t of the sale' '
> < fy offering
The C'hleflde. of.th..Canadian Pacific W. & C. Oroi, Co. rndae....___ 1 K trt. property, we: .are:. {9tJ
N' W, H. Underhill, de. rest ofr.. 20 DC '* (j* -jsT ..Pj > 'fJ "" I
rd la to encourage'dairying and C. f. Prevail-. feed prisoners 74 21 ') Ji Y .:.. : '
l j mixed. farming in',Alberta instead of John H. Bal.den. dep. reg. ofr. loOt '" 1

C having the fannerj depend 'so ,much ani-. H.Young C. Stanford.TlndalU dep.mds r..-.,..ofr.10-,___ 4 01 11 and balance we hold options. on; so we pare-able.: :to.:
alone. The
'upon the grain crops Vane Agnew & Crawford leg:
male that will t arrive today were .e- .ervlce _?..,,*._,.._..______.u 10 4
Canada and of B. C. Miller oomnqlaslons._ J> 6V .
cured tn eastern are 'I' i
the best of
( Berry Bultlvan. road work 10..1 01 give terms. .
.
the very.best breeds. n.e'ola Hdw. Co. mda. . .SI 8JorwVAshton. you ;.. ;" .
The Canadian ,Pacific has also, or- road'paVToiiH 4Jf 61 rS'JlJj
. r. ., , .
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;MaKlnsOn Co..Nnd.ee1 t / : j. -
animal competition
feeding

tF The ganUed competition for an farmer Is' boys open in to all Alberta.boy. Clay M.M. H.H..Johnson Qlow"ee,'.mdae A haul Co....,../1--------lumber.w.- ... 11 41 U 16 S7 41 If you have any property that you wish to exchange, .:: ,


1'' '." The'raihra,. supplies I the animals,to W.Warren. A C Way Ore.man Co.,.mule care feed.V. Cad.. 14T 8&; . .. '.' ,

the boys, weighing them in, and allows McKay j__:-___--w._*__". 11 S( .
ao much for the feeding but the.manner (I. W. Aabton..road work ...- 7" 6s for a home in one of the best States in the Union! 1

.of taking'care of tha.animal. ,. *. 1* ,K. G.reIndexing.r Johnaton. Indexing/ ._deeds.__.. 1S( SO 'J.- '. . . ..
(
t' left :entirely. to the.boys.t .' a'F.IParker.: .*...-- S7 II .,r, fl
'' Will'Award' Pricea.At .' ... delivery of ih t
Ch. Donegan '
the end elf the feeding.season, ballot: boie* ____-_____.;._'"1 41 (0' I call, phone or write us what you have and, .wecaD, M :

the animals' will be disposed of on the Paid ,W.rran"'were Ordered cancelled WATCHES ,j -, .
,
as follows from thevarious .. , _1
market at the best possible prices, and '" I

a' the difference: between,their'cost and funds...venue; ,......-ii$1 7S41S The best eases! made solid find. for. you. what you want.. .. /" ,' r :
,', aellipg price !goes to the boy who Road ., .t Oil coKlne : '
r -- 'filled -silver.and l.'s ,
r eared for them. In addition, prizes lL ii"ili r w :tZ S7S 41 gold cases, ..jj

ranglng-TTjrto' In-'cash-will "be _Tax Collector's Uoenae. report showed '. .pickle.; Ji me a.inount of IMS 7S"collected. .I I, .
1# tit beI"ho 'prodncathe: ; v, Tam', Collector; Foil ,.'l'ax.. rporr I .' best of the be& maleported. -. ',.' 110" ; '.. ..f_ f. ,.r
'/ ' =m e e the"end of. he lead showed *th* amount of 116.00 oollentedmttraasHrr ing.the | . ... . .. ,. ,' _ . .. .,
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F ..rvrlsb ':p lowlnl balances'' .. in ort"the showed Various the fund r foi' ;:crS:1:bAt4otaAmedc;: ;:)\"Jin\ ,. .

Revenue( : ........|. S44 SI Every watch carefully 1
Vines and forfeiture .__.. S Sll OS
IN ONWINNEPEGJMAN __., ...._ ._. 80 04 .. .. . ..
'DIPS School Vi regulated and fully KUaranf :: ' u. ', !, -I t.f"hd"/JI: : ) '"" I ""." J . .
11.
1fflL .,_..,... 1 '| .
Bp*fat ..........w._.... 11 .1' .d f :' t costs nd>.more venrate 1 '
Ouioict lea** .....__,.__.._.., lot ioVsi .
8. a |). No. L_??__....__ os %( and'tteptndafrle 1 ., : .1 ...,. ; ':; ,,,:,.. 71 r' N;' ':(.o" .>: -:". !" f .1' 'V'::: : : .. ,
a a NO. s __......__. 44*.a .? y"A'; ,," ; '.
8..S. K No."* ..,__..,,? 1 216 S7 nlifepi"ci I> i0rc* rrTak k( u tr j A 1.1 ; 1 r.rI : :.'. :..a 1,
8 & D. 4 j 411 S7 WEDDINGrPRESEN' t t t .1P."fT!, : <.''E :! : ; .
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BED TO TRY TO BUILD UP : .:
Y Pistol .NOd i-W.iipk with E:: purchase here. ; ;
na, ; .. .J
tint t.OJ '
\ SirrtaWrn .
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,' TEARING. DOWN OTHER' RjBa aaj I5r A. ulUvar. .* as |u h ) The largest and bell stock In ; ' ,' .: ,! -:1: i .:, '- r'r .. ; ,. ,. a. .4'" 'rds : '!
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I .W} p'p..ed. I .1. '"rom:;# 1 a.', tart\ tZy .., ll "; "'" J 1i.J;
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ION'S ... ' he State. :'1 1 I i. u J \
'PF'COUNTRY: 4 . I troll" ria ftcel.. .: .:, ';;r:: t. n it" rojfc/Ji! ::' ....;:'<;< i.o .
J: Starr Ande1'lOn'who bad beerVap Gold and.Silver Jewelry. Diamonds 1.' ... ., .. . : I J . :" " '* '' I ....;., .:; >:: . .. .. : ,'..
as Clerk of Electio.' '' mounted and unmounted ."* ...JA.,)!! i ,, ,,' / '
.. J1 > fev _.i '' r; "> .' : : .
tfJ
,, : ,i&e i to polg a ting that on accoun .Elaborate; gem decked': ornaments ./ie Y ra r ".., "yn Dt.a.c... of.aUTer.19"t ra'maKet.: fine'show. J'J

140 rell; c t c n gementa being made Diamond and. Pearl -L Y ,:, ';fJ q/u'/ i.;., .-...j l ,.: jn.aiti.-i.'i. fc.wj v' : .. . 1I
ranie* prairie a ibl.- to serve; bendwag : '
; .JrWef.w.I.1n.P
J 1
I :
: jng'isnd always 'siccgptablev / .
!
peg paper.. It .was. most vigor- appointed tc Valleres, Bracelets, Brooches an M .

Y'' d if the paper has any airnesi set Ib the place;made.eacaat.arr '-- ..Pins. Finest of Sterling and heav } y 'lati'I ouaJl.l:;w.vt.; ':V"J"-. gpyv d,.: :a\ :. .....6 .t, ,8 Jt t i -... .

\.'.:' (!), _Ill' print the paper in The Board then adjourned,' to meo, fly plated Silverware, both) ,fla "Case Of any slzOsmd_ to'feonU: in. sts mane articles.. you 'fw '.

,''x".: !! liar .' 'Agatrvat 2 p. tn.vetp0, on' .account*' ? affth'bpMW ( f dbel /10 nt' gtfe.41A. *te'te- Jnl: .JJliI J .JJ' .t -I'JL Urrl\J of ql1J n 1"" '. ,' it 0 ,:' :\'

t: '. : 'r bdWtyldbiihe. 3 sIUpre itaxTMs* jOh{) (; tr #iAfa( 1V 1 I .:'; ::pitea4w.:r Coma'to atteDcl'aD' wed4Rtipi ( ri\tya-.ooafl; t't, ,f; ,.":

; b' e'C1CImmllI11t1.. by attacking Clerk elect .
; i 1: at 2 p.n>,.the mat w. BEttWTTH JEWELRY (XX .p' ,', ,i. 'C'a0.lt: nr tw'brzd' :t!. !i OJ.. CI r.. 'ltl'J..IIH u.aU'. + a :. ;
.
1 :\\l1 r nev.r resort to such despicable( Recot& ...Tea HMOtQaUI9"TAMPA l ; d3I3 "351 w .. a. is k attdzlaie tleeei it.l!: Jilin.1// .t.M-h 1:1d: \11; 1J e t 'a ,4\ ... ,Jt '.>..1

t In, setting forth our favored tkk h p; ;dtb.: a yt\ml: .1 > rnmkNit Street FLDK1DCanned'Stuff + (T'II4+ .n:4 I .'" ,It. 6;,. tm.'A.'t\ aeidl': '' rdq': .if ::.t.J' 17dfi Wit!,.k a(; .L W.vX 1.J :>' '

k T- fiVOunld "a..fqoU1>> i1j J'8t J.1J,: l'Cj. 31AT: ,..E-Ttf: .t....:J "rresil.veil. : buE.ev4t; ) bz. '''''.'11"H.';'': -. 'UDIt" .....c_.111",1".1_; ... ,.:.- 'Y ;.i .yt'' i
t ..
j.'J", I t bd so e&ey to tear to Uireasims 1Cct'"ltpdtt" i tlU"Matt..w.i) i .. .. i :" e \.w. 4. ',

-.. before'.of me the the'Canadian Annual Report lands. of I paned, No fnrthet unEA1h4'pgllt business! meeting.appe.rlng..tbtBoard I . '. ..I,,2 I atfj. l.._.c' .i1l'. '"x ". l.J ir1rFi. : : ',''';. .' ..L.J ,., (A I..t', 'n ..r.. ; ..+!{-.'.,
L f' -
= .. , e,.; Canada. Bo.rd'of then'aVttlouriiBii\ ':tu-meet again in Heaven.x y l J. iA '1 .y '). <
f'I!,., 't .., b.. ": M fh VI ,rn\o le. ... 't.: !IIi : .e' .x,..-:. ;t-br't..,. !, j.,' ., f1fj"tiB.ft tCln: '''. .' ,KT:, ; ;..,! I ,J"
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T4 7. f : ,
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<" .;<1< t w aln: 'fi8n11L iJro .Dft eavelFM / 4'1 I 4C71? nc .'y. t
c d''w 1 et1 it jl-'t- ,, -1
ar / l ;; ij P \ ; (
r 'I tarJ'-i 1* htw b8 i rlJcbul.Mat. i r. .l'i ;.. 1., 'r.' _i4.w. .. : : g je ometnsttPainti .. .

l '.r h;! !Ell r headfigures '" :1 R. G. QII ffmN;C,"k:' :'\ !;"WhjrT: A mllkl i .Jt' lie'? -., . 4,..- ...:. .: ....u. ,SY7". I..r .".. "' "/ :'-.i i ..:!., .1.:'I'H- ;;.-' Y t f, ...,.. ..."' ...,:f ;- ..-. )). .

{ sl .(. :.'oIn"w"RctIo' JIJ I. t .t \ rnc iseijftthed't\ : | the :1 ,. . .. .. ... . .
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A bit t u < 4lchUrahld ,. ,, J. ac. '-A. J sp.y 1t+nA { vr"V ... 5-:: I
VMiei Jr"I It
II" +kA
r : S 'I that itIo. wee. t ii ) !
'f in The An ,.Qrdlnanoe AmendingSectlqnTwo/ must be all.. canned stuff,"up Bo .., .'lk t'at1 j ,, :;.;. : .. ., "('... .. '1 . ;. '.. '!
>ws. reportGovernment ) r tybbbrt4frdl.tricta '

...' ) No. '.1,crop.,2, 8, 4, 6,.:were .".. approved r : May A"r::Slrd.<
1909 y
>w* ,for'the years and c..f.t! -_q .., (rnef ee'M., ---- '. ':.:

., .Wheat: 4,264,947 bushels) !'aV- JlorT l."ThatrSeetlon TMd''J oWa' I,. . .,

" '.. per,acre, 22.23oats; 2.456.011 Ordinance abe.etIU.&s-ttAa.O.dlnanos Numbering of Bulidinjrs Re In Swint, P i it.Pai- b u t al> t. y'Paint : PaintThe '
; w.ec
&&h.cltt
"'. a, a..rac..pert.eay-aG.44, .r" ,,nfl! ....111I"'... Florida ; >

,' .: I ;'. .' ,hel.j.awag ;per.acre,, iv b proved::r.br Slay*m lird.oBd..ao' His..ae bT;to: and f!ad"the as jam!!I:.* '"' : :}:::'r ;:.. '4tTt'7': - __. J .., ,?'

Wheat, i, M 8s'usholsav' fSetttOst atrd.ti.whtoh.lnt.rs.otnmmut .., p n' yr.'r't V i 5
J Sl to acre 12.27: oats..188, 38. avso attest at right aaarU* the numbers .' rr: !:-1 't>t r_4 -S 5 T 'f tl'r' r ty [frora-On ,
shall run thl
,, ..'ae"1 J86'{'.;bsrty!: ,g4.G70 aad towards'< ; I
norths %front On* ; toward thl ; lt &s\'t I .: '
*,' ta a4re 18.40. south .on Streets which Inters.pt Steryart'Avenua AYES .
average : . . .' : :
:: at ancle isnumhrs ... 1 ,
Niit'ttp'tliy'dfce .
;' that nUe right towards th.' West. ; ...... -,\ .'i ".'UI.\d'1' -: ::.;.
p t: for,1Y12 wouldn pay for' the on tUrets which Intetaect Central Avnn *- .\ YoarTradenn '.' ., '
.,
; Storm that
;:,, .;Th above figures are authenticKavpectfullr at right angle thnumbers' shall c .. :"I' ,t. .r3i::;, < Appreciate_ *; .
,.tcI! ,to run from On., towards the< w..t and r t'j ir > f 'i v > I. . i itJ
} ,< eq nt froita One tow da *thlBa: ..tr and on .. .. . .. .
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f -' -'" .
Uv U. .t'J. ';' Btret which .,JiU r* "
shall run zroni On. upward .... . ., ", ; .: ': .., . ,, t ,"
'. "' on ach. of aid Streets 1i each direction .. 1"" '_...f \d.-( ..'.".",n f' '. . . J ...,. . . .. ,-,
B. B.'POWEJU Secret iT. .""
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W, ; ... la.ih .
from-.Bfoead"'& oaee of '
!
'i', Tampa. .Board of Trade Street! to which the provision of : :;. .. :J ....'..'iB" '" .,. ; : Varnishes"tf'tutd : ;
: td: ,,1 .. Sir'- RvoUonl. riot apply the namberhisr n k .t-.tW: p'.Taint: :: ., ..; .. ;.", .', 'f, . . KLyanizs, 'r, ,
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''A.J12; *hail'e' Nt)directed/by th Street : 1 '
j' ,1' .i1) 1 1. ", t .
It .. : [
i :
.. 'in' TJ
of. th* COUft"II altlUJaber *i f d v '' .. ,.I "U'E, ..4'.. For floors, Interior.Woodrk.. "
., th.t..ed'' 1qachaa1w". mat* the ... shall be on th. ? : ., 1. .,.. ....... '.. I .. ;. .
.... told bn.j th. tickek. lastreet *.urlI! .t t .iIt 6. .n4'UI* oddfnumOoramltt. 15 r 1 .i'1MH Known tKe, World,Oster' . ; '. ':. : Furniture '.. : ya
i SiAlabastine
t' : J
. IMr. on th orib. and Baat sldeaVof. feel, BEST ( ,'" .
offices
concernlrtgy.4. ., . ... !\
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a . 'Jt (] on Railroad; president,. says jnf the"the Cblcags,New .Jrdlnanoes Sea 'I in con.nusouarl.Iet. _r.er....?narte..b.I bs>I.'. r.r.91d1J; :. i-1 : : :: :: ''t.:n: ;- QN9.Mr' .../....A'A; ,

And the same are herabr repeals . . .
of i.f,
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cosveapondent' thePitt.bargr If 'R.*da-flrt and *. ndnm4 and _. ....1.I, ..:.. .
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the '*ummer of 1911'Mr.. Worth **ui aajr ui !:'.o..mOt r. A. D.,1112., MissI: : .1 .i" ; 'AT" Wall ,
Staiiia. ' '' :
. n took his family to r farm house I '1{ realduet'dl fcjf (Mt.ftC1J.pro t.m. I. I ,00"" : 'J: >;:J'. / ,. ; ' ,. Coating' .. I. .t'J':; :
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s ' I' iana uaared..O'where quiet"bnthofII't't1Ur' and rest seemed/ '..t.Arl_ IL8tT.. ..l'r; tie ot'C;: i.if. .kl ........, ;Tea. Suins|arepntiit I ., . +o Di; ... ,"',: ..* 'P V= . ,. : _, .;jtbttoBest .p. \ '..;.... .'t -J.;',:,:0,;<.?,.,C
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'..rY.. NOVeMISR .:.118;. . : )KISSIMMEE" VALLEY: GAZETTE, ttf "PAOI a

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acatte over a.aoiteidenbWterrkoq '
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; : in the'Ev rglsdes. ,lt+> would have '. .
{ i taken weeks to have visited: them to I t.
,: any extent.', This would have' !.. :
und guide and a camping tINEt.: :SIEVER: : : .
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cattlemen who had / .
f For years, wen who had> I '
them and 'this'' United States : COMPANY' it fJ

: .. Perhaps I found out,as much I . .' ..
find as iLl had gone among them ,i' '.

I ; to. no preaching one wotf to them.knew' The anything. *,. Orange Groree,' High Hammock I..uad.r'. co" r :. ..*' "

whoworks among! them ia not *,.- :Land. at all .Price. *., and on Easy: Term, *.,., 3. *
race, .lar-preacher., lie keeps:a ,
.. hopes.by that to come in '
ter them, get acquainted with acre*Stock Ranch, win ezchanft kali. ..... . ,.w I> .... l'j. '
so teach the mthe gospel. ,
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Sem ch.. to them with any \ ether real estate eY '-:-' -t: -:-

lave ,to go among;, them. : ;" to
ta.Ora.g. Grove will fade for half valne
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HY MAMA makes the bnt: ) of among them so that he will
esi".bread, cakes and pies roar but them and they will, know other,real estate, balance easy: pavmenb ":1" ;
f jrvey did tee,and thejuses know enough about an Indian : ..". t'.' ', ,
p de- that'' I must get his confidence :
White; Clover Floor Im- I can do anything with him. :. FLORIDA tl

4 ia. see me tested and then when '. 'r '
/cause the save tl It more bet : that 1 am his friend he comes '
let thin r7os'any other flour- me.: I have gone through thi, .
an* I pies my,mama knowa., : ence. If we could get a. /
Satisfaction guaranteed.A num- Creek preacher from ,
trial will and to Florida and work .<
convince among
"r *YOUR GROCER HAS IT ) .the'of Creeks noles there and Seminoles'it woul ..be speak' LEITHEH'S iNSyHHICE'' 0GEHGY$ T. i

"' past tongue .Seminole means a '

44 . ,They Creek no tribe doubt years wandered ago. We off ...itn4l_*_a-ra.Array fnOMola'County

Bible hymn book and ,LIFE'ACCIDENT HEALTH
..., printed in the Creek 'MI" MOM., NS --''f' v .
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Mrs. best to have a white man and
to go together. This is one !'
ob have been working out here. J
1859 pose a Creek or Seminole. ; ent. :N.C., BRYAN"Secretary. ,
In State would find that he :

. Florida ways apart Seminole in language.had wandered''' &, CarsoiL ;

could: soon get together.
por- .. Now,I think it is -up to the
I Conference. furnish the '
their Indian.' I am praying Comps rff1t" :
Lord to send some one., M., yet
49-zt. Lawton Okla.",

Ail,;Interesting Career.:
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or Wholesale and Retail Dealers
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each Rev. Milton A. dark who ,

T..... Property. is the Best .. are the foregoing interesting ,
cerning the red men has a : '
4" meat in Florida Tal- M .
reads like a romance.' He was .
w...,. w....d.v.k.p.d bu.l.w .......... Since Burke County Ga., December I '..

a..a.rn.ndTn.kingBad.. : *Writ and 8... : 1891 The, He was brought up in ' :
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\ ty went to school at -
,. Tampa Bay Nfl Land Bank Company BU>. lead-. Academy and I. Happy Lake .. . . .. '- '..**>*+** ......., ..
AIrrA.rIcy" SchooL He the .0 # '
joined <
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? jury ; V .
.,. army was under Lee, :' ,"' *: ,WE. BUY.4.
of John R. Gordon; was ,+ ,,0, ? ? + t,
t Soottsvlvanla Court House, **' HIDES *,,
A. ,. i '
baa May 1864, where he lost one dO 0 e' ..
into the war he borrowed money ., 'FURS . *
THE'TOP JNOTCH PRICE was through Emory College; O ,, '* a-l"\ r'.'
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FOR CITRUS FRUITS II four yean and joined the *' WOOL . .
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in ra conference 1874. *. '.{ ' .... ., ,'J "," ?' .
I. assured only when the fruit Is fol the Denver Conference and 0. : ," .
property wr pPectJI.cked. etc. out there five years '' BOXES, ,AND.r * ';-"<. \ ?
: C. Roberts and returned by' *' *. '. . ., .
Good quality wrapping paper; the the to\th\ eSouth Georgia ,; 'V\ ,.' t''ALL. '; > .', .
p Is'( '
manned four t .
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years '
nice clean crstes constructed soaa read. + ;
Indian Mission In''1883. He ( .CRATES e 11-:. <:
COUNTRY .
to CARRY and reach destination ,
voted his life to this work .s ..1. t'' .
in good condition. dusky people of ,the Far L8, > .* "PRODUr.t!: '*, '
has' one it beauae-off his love -r.
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;* OUR STOCK the Master andfor_ souls., He"is . . . ....... .. ..............' +I.-.
ing the great command to .tI ,
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29 gospel to every ,creature. '
t, RQYAL. WRAPPING PAPERCRATE' from and of ,. i
garden seeds all kinds c'
\ MATERIAL the Close-in. Resident Lota. 'attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
CEMENT COATED NAILS dur Two very desirable close-in in city limits.. Phone No. 12. ,
lots one ;'of which is a for fertilisers.' Ask for circulars "
agents good ns and
IS.THE: LARGEST IN THE STATE These lots are :onv the' water .+ ". .
and meets all the requirements of I I and electric; light lines. 4 ,
It'n I and half blocks from s'carfs'C, '
and one .
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the fruit vegetable\ : packer. .. and two: blocks ,from :
I other, 'school. Just, the, place for i 1 1 1 1 1 n 1. 1. 1 M,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1'1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10"" r

Afl Orders. Shipped PrompUr' the ,home. We are offering' these ,

a abort time at a very low ; ,! ., .; JI
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terms Call and
on
easy ; we
Fun over
Stock of Tints
A . I URBDAYEVE1 ING.AT'
j them to you. ; ; T 't.: j ;,
8 tt)! II. M. BREAKER A
WE FURNISH SUPPLIES ALL FOR'NECESSARY PACK-I ( visit Home two : : : .%', ., .FIREMENS: : (, HA; TJ : :t:!

ING FRUITS .AND, VEGE-. No. 460--A new 6-roorn .. --- . -. . HI. lll.> :
.- two large lots, 60 'x 164 . ,
TABLES. is splendid-well of artesian" '

how. teen bearing orange, trees\ ,' ,.,..w
this ',
see ,proposition. t price

rE.:. BEAN: &'SON GO. s ;, read gov 24tf. li.M.iBREAKSR, :: INVESTMENT: "

4 RI.deVlad: )! from Modern Home for Sale.No. ,
.JACKSONVILLE :FLORIDA ; as it . ; 469-New modern 6-rootn , ; ,
I :. Mum located on Emmett' streV c' '
t .. west of Court House.: Electric , BUY NOW; SOL TIHS'WINTER'- \ .
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bath, toilet and lavatory. '
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"" .the xl47M feet ,Several young I INCREASE v ;%. .

U.. 8. and grapefruit trees in the ...... ,
11: ." property located in the "' h
3.-. had. resident section: of the city, ;and wise people are buying.Real Fitat.IgOW;,

', 'TITLEGUARANTY: : with. .court.ctlon.-.j house Price! post 3700.office' Terms and i ... investment the'following list,of.property, to be sold, ' .

the 24tf ,IiM. shoot two-third It* actual value, and on easy,terms "

: The.Improved..bropertylaclndedlaithe. list,,bring.a_ _
;: ,own .Truck\ and Citrus Ftuit L 0 per .t1I.,; ., "
..., No. 462seven and .- .
'COMPANY I ) of the best truck and fruit -rooia. house,with.bath and,electric light, froattag.a, '." ;VV<<'

i J'\, I !! by proximity Kiaaimmeo to Park.the lake.This Call.on { ,.$2,500.00.. ., renting,for. *' Uo.oo.per.o.th.' ..*. ''Thia,property I -],t" ':

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: '' I been we will put you in touch ,
,Cnarantees the Title. to Lands;
I posi owner;you can deal direct, cettage and bath, nearly'new.'nodern in'every"wajri ." ,
Prepares.; jMerehuitabte' Ab: -\ This property is offered at a 1:1;
J j duction from what land in this fronting on brick paved street; renting. ,for:.$10.00.per .
,streets of ,Timber aad "
Title to; .
ia aelllng for.: 'I be cheap at U800.00.: :
:Colonization Tracts. anywhere:, ] 24-tf H. 'M. BREAKER; I IBpie'dld "
: cottage lot fioatinjoa'brlek t
In;Florida ; on large paved street,
i' ;'t 'r Residence Lot edlon:: House renting for l0.0per'eoatb. Thl. a.
who No..463 Fine Urge, vacant "
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mepaately'would coat $1,30.00.; ":, .
'f'' the lot. 80x147, feet, close to lake. ,. ,: .
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the did,location, good : ..cottage; Jocaed.on ,'.large+ lot..fronting on.;briej.;
me '
t lot at .
> are offering large '
r 'TltJes.to" City' Lots(' \ low price of '$400' cash'< ,, renting.: for 410.00.per'month..Y . ;J.; 'Easily' .' worth. :"00.00..1: ..: "I

EXAMINED, PROMPTLY.. ; over the BREAKER & CO. .... bringing.I In a..rental of $$14.00'per' mental;; Worth .1
to 'Delicacies i ,
For %
l. 'j' : ; Sunday : I'lli. r t
-' of o
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The ladies of the Episcopal! '
in .... rented locolored,- upl4rentlagtEM-&M.pea: ,
will have a sale of home, l .
1 ,... LEWIS O'URYAN"' 'Manager. ) '' born, Dann A: iDann's 'gro<-ry | $500.00.;" .' ,,' s I
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Saturday afternoon, the first "
.Kluimnie.'Otlc.' te : I that lug held,tomorrow, the'' 19th, Interest li'144'elty lota,,each lot asUAertlL00'' e': .

m., The articles offered for ... are gradnally. increasing., . .. '
to "
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l' be specially prepared by, the '
: Said and and.everythlnwill be first .. .In I .resident lot. .-worth. $ "/AO each., ; /
3.. Head Omen Bi-bee, Building.Jachaonvllle I committee of l&diea will be la .
: : ..,..'{ Branches: I lie. anee. The sale is for the. ie; and yen' wilt And that ell of the above. are g4$/ A'

[Ktaaiaamee Fla, Fert.' ,Myers.Arcadia. this the church 'r' at a lew aUesato'$14,850.o0..' We will sell every-f' N.;.

,....- ..,..... '. above schedule, for the 'am of. $.,SOO. O., The".pereen , ,,' : w'!
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t..r-t: ; .. .' large .
: Get'the' Habit reap pr dtt : ,a. '
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q' auc- ..fl
... ago SMOKE have tw. well Waled; .bnalnene lote eat Bealwiy. lit A' t{.; 'It, >i
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his ... .f the baainese district : I \
Boone's S ( ; which' we are offering" 'IIIr' :-1' 'f'.
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be pleased to have can and 'J :
; these i
J\- He Made in Kiaslmmee ,yon .ere. properties..
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, n. 1WANTI 1 : ,The Gear;witi' the Real:, .& '-'"- \ .1.>. ,I..... .j.; .
'.t :A'IiI"o' your town' or conn-' ? *' !/: 0' Box trade solicit d,, <
'.1<' ropertJ'tha. :, ,I. tyon\ ,, wiah.; : I of Look for Union LabeL, ;BREAKER '&>COMPANY. : ':' .,l> .
saw : !
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'II..., J.r: ., ,' '''II' +,.,..-. '!J''I' ''I' ,: ; understood an after narriage.' : irn ;ind.biet; r.sgjt8rk; ; ; : '"i- ,',(Ui. :

, .. .....' ...,-..." '." : ',are ., Envy' .. ..,., moth d. -most tke""W1! :' "'colvmtt* 'in *111'Ofl' : {\L'1'
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enforcement .
fH temper*; .not to pejk of refinement awl.. &; I. "

ance laws ,the i..eae-ue ''uas: ...4..Attempted should. not .be allowed. , PHYSICIAW fund 8UROBOWOSTBOPATflK -
r'GR'f 7\8ItJIY
Mesas' '.awG.W.GRIFFIN, f H 7N' wWI't t.'b.y': u ,;[ counties,for
: .. ,-. the eleven wet "v>>uuwt'. iu. we otavt), appropriated but $80-; .'l\ .,....
I Automobile we expect to win at least five in a few 000 for child wetfare.when" it 1e known . \F. .f !. _.:
4,' \, ',.'1 1 : : ,PRAISE'ACCORDED HIM IS hUGH weeks that' one-half4ofth. race die beforeruehing J k' -
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'," ". "INII 4 o responsibilities of -.the.age.of, avewhiie..e. $.,. a" ..; .1".
DST THAT CAN DEtA'DTO', :, I recognise. th.t : r 1.,, .' k
2/:ti' '.AJII!' ;MAN'U ON., th./situation and the great need of 000,000 has been appropriated., toraisingbogsThe ; "W', ,... .., ; '"j 1. 'rof6.oi
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HIS PO'T -1- | >*0,000 E/for ""r '
01" OrkaVeyearsieeba.Repaired. wisdom and 'strength' for' tne necessities .
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has come"at the'demand'V*. z1I'1'f' .
t I .- of the haur and now as always, hog 2d '
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'7 '. and In this great battle as In all great ten 130,000 for children through' the"iltfluence"of'women. . .
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:., 1PeT1i INied a Pi.... t. at+d D.ilr.red'. In Intr&ducong Her.1 'C. W.' Crook., thingi!, I know that it la God who gives ...' Women" haveCOMSflBSIOMBR'S R .'.-." ":,, '' ..".". .'E.. ' .
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c : ? "n "'. fE'' bur new State Superintendent of'''the' wisdom for leadership/ 'strengthand ; ..< ., . .. ..,
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I t. .Anti-Saloon League, selected fter endurance' the battle. HALH 'OV:' WtrrJT lIT '

: 1:..'_ I '. ... ..... several month of deliberation and Let every soldier of the cross enlistat ,- HHAL KHTATU.. .DR. ",.... V.11110 / P-.1''
... : Get* inquiry" we believe,''from the beat in- once'to fight to the end,of the w.rfor Under sad and by.mats virtue Lrender.dVbyVthe.f'.' deie ofpartltion V V, \ },,)PHYSICIAN' '"

.' formation arailable and 'from testimonial the downfall of King Alcohol in Judge of the C1 roult Court of th* 8v- ,
.from tnose who are In A Florida.' 'I. nth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and '''IteIJdewPbonel7jr

**i : 'GRIFF/MS! po.ltlon'-to; know, that, we hare :the (Signed)' C.. W. Crooke' for' O.'a County,,andtsau.d eat of I, ;OtBd'l'boo' M *! ',
tbrln- pndlnaVwhrln..Lawrcno
In
aid Court cause '
'a
: man who will be able to lead us to ultimate State Superintendent.TRAVELINGS L.. Barlow Is complainant 8 nd'4tIt.M.'f'i.' :/ \ '.
11 : ; GARAGESprjgg 'victory over the liquor force and Isadora A. Heard and Static Bank\: BM'g\ .'. .I (*sittnne v Wa.VETEEINARIAK.H .'
I, John Q.-'Beard. 'her' h..band. are re-
in this state. Here'art some reports FOR CHRISTIAN .
I ondents i, '. ,Co nml* .... ; 4-
U "j.i* -> p, T 1. concerning Mr. Crook.'work: :lonra. in Chanoery.wlU ell to ,lh*
'Steple'en0'Fancy; .. ))1' Rev J. Soloman, pastor M. E. .ENDEAVOR. hlfthcst and best bidder for' C).. .' at .DR. '.J!.. W! 9t'
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Church South Huntsvule, Texas says ) '-' I I'Foy public autlon at- the front door of the
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., Court. House In Kisilmm *
"Your .Temperance Lecture, i. ,without THK ,
nearly"twelve"ysars'tili' State County Florida TUK8UAT.. "
'question the l best I have1' ever 17TH DAY OF DECEMBER. A. D. UII. I. CIC'TUtATBOALL. nos, '
made more trips "
has
J. ; tGR' :tlIHES. heard in' thirty :year*', experience. through Secretary Florida each.year.inbehalf one or of dunne following the. described hour 'of -legal teal. aal estate*.' to. the the a1'1' DISCABC8'- '\.'# .

There is' no 'extraneous 'matter but last of the said utw- g
ourState Union.' This one comT property Complainant. J '
.' . Fleming it deals f.lrly"1n, indisputable,, Jads menced: October 10 and ended November Fence to Barlow and aald Ue.pond.nta, il .t Phoa<- I8t \OaukNDo. FBA.-,
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y" . and convinces." Isadora Heardand John Q. Heard
" '.-Free' DeHvery to.all Parts Rev.J.. C.,' Minims, pastor 'M.' E, ,Via 1L Palatka It was indeed and the.the "best night-time ever; County.her husband.Vsituate Florida' to-wlt tIn) aald r O.oola DR.'N.::i...'BRYAN,

CLEANING: Church South, Mexia, says: "1 shall the first place Deg-lnnlnr at the nortbeaat corner. of '
: of,theUty those Prohibition lectures. journey Tampa was Lot on. (1). Block U of Bobt. U* .' DENTIST w
forget
:' PRESSING never ,reached. It was good to see our long? Addition to the .Town of- KUslmmeeCity. .
., They i contributed a ..vast' .dealto time Presbyterian Endeavorer ,.Mrs. Florida run west .lxtr->tx (It) Squires Buildng' '
,. .'d our local l option victory" J but the genial feet, thence couth on* hundred twenty- "
"' A-T. La Eenotlere, '
DYEINGREPAIRING ,
1" The great evangelist; Or.; George R. could onlybe nine? (lit) feet. thence east sixtysixS5) 'New,, York Avenue. :.. 't.rJt:: :
presence of her husband ( feet and thence north one hundred ST.. CLOOO ; ,
t F .. iiiiliiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii, \, Stuart, says: "In all my twentyfouryears felt, not seen,'as since my spring twenty-nine (1211) feet to the place of FLoatDA.'f 1
.. experience 1 have not found any time visit to them he had finished his begrlnnlnf, together with the buildings ,i.p8. ;

'i, yr manager of my ".temperance lectures life-work. situate the hereditaments thereonwith,. tenements all and singular and, appurtenance ., :J, 'Wi, HIMPSOtiDENTIHT ,', t' ,
I : J.G: : ; HOWARD ; Leave 'word el mj house and clothes who has met with such universal suc We had ia splendid time of 'course thereunto. belonging and

will be cr1/d >or'and returned* cess. Mr. Crooke takes care'of detailin the in the Southwestern district + equitable every right of, t tthe e.lteli: : :::.*legal I>. Bar or ; .11
well the
emallest as as largest tion at Magdalene, and after a low Isadora A Heard and John Q. ,
conven-I ana
L Paper) Hanger and Painter ; Satisfaction Guaranteed a given plan. top at the home of Mr. and Heard her husban&ol., In and -'to, th* Upstairs lnrtCats BnildWr. *,;ii
.' .f --J Dr. J.:'W. Moore, President of the O. Bears, the secretary:; had the I.a e. 1JULLOC V OrnoK: SOURS t V a.,m/to U m. +\.J.
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s '........ '* *r a* r"j ..- .' . - --, State ,,Board of Trustees of the Anti a ten-mile ride one beautiful sunrise, R H.JAR. M. JOHNSTON K { ,,1:3n to 8:30 p. m. :
'....... .'P .. 'War GMaranfMaf. Saloon League of Texas,' 1910 ; ARTHUR TalenhnneNA1e, Jun .1yr'' "4
says "vegetable
'.Au/tr....c.... aeul4 tR..lr Ik on a wagon, en routes to E., IX>NKOAN., '
Ill .. I II "1 wish to. give expression of the appreciation the new -depot in Tampa. It makes H. D. OKICJKU. Commissioners.Complainant's T. i

4 'I( : I, If Uunkinc of lavinf uy'dene, ; r .. M.. TILLER of the League for' your ser us feel younger to get some "country 8oUcltor.U. DR. Wt[ W"',CARSON"' 't'

;' p1e *e..til- .through. the P. o. ; vices.wise plans By your you unremitting. have placed toil ,'and theLague' life," and it ill a pleasure to, go to I: I. the rinwlt" Coral .f the ..vn hJiidlrlal . DENTIST t V
'. );6 Real Estate' Agency.eaaaae.aan \ Magdalene. cirrMlt .( the Slat. .* KlerHm .
f Jl < i on a strongfootiing. Both Rev. and, Mr*. S. S. Snyder enter !. Cad for n f99tm C.*sjtT. ,
= G. HOWARD : Superintendent Strong and others tained me' in Kissimmee. It was a I IN fllANCKItVlAm Office over Cole jewelry Store.Office .
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4 r. : ,' 4t-ltpd eaaaaaae.aaaaaa.Realty members of the Board speak highly of good time there and a number of Kndeavor : : Hester Laced O.rp .,. a M/ue eta {, Hours: 8-1, 1-5! ' ,as' ,

Vri 111 i 11.n 1111111111" i 11 n iT i bought ..and'sold. ft the efficiency of your' service. Your friends were met. C.rp.r.tl....C.rplal..b... Omce phone' 168 ,. 'Ii'S'

-... -..- ". ., '' Houses rented. ft continued success is the heartfelt wish\ Next came our fine convention in .da J. 0..!.. .t.......... Residence" 23 '

r i ,,' .. .' It .**..'.****, :'*++::1.'++++ '4 Taxes paid and -Titles verified &. of the of Board the of Anti-Saloon Trustees and League the President of- Eustis, and Where a good we had many four other State nice officers Solicitor Hied It appearing that for Amanda Complainant: from J.'Qould.the, affidavit herein Respond'ant duly of Gaeadnlnisteredlorextraction. ; of teeth: /r

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h1: for non.-residents., & Texas," > folks together. '. herein, reside beyond the limitsof ,' *"*
G. E. PARKER I.
::1. : ,nE' ; ; R ''Fire Life and Accident In-' F i Rev. W. D. Upshaw-Editor Golden After Eustis I had two days of the fa State of Florida. ; that her reel.,' DR. ,
of
G"RAYSTONE' donee at Sterling In the Btate' '
aitra.ntfiisurance.. I'L Age Atlanta, Ga, says: "Mr. Crooke combined typewriter work and Christian : Illinois; that ehe Is over the age' of DENTIST* i
Bonds.DRtWM.HARPEF. managed the whirlwind campaigns of fellowship in the home of Miss. :' that there is no .Omck 't
Indemnity ot.rIt.ari tel )
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," OVM OSCBOL
.J the dauntless George Stuart in Texasin Elizabeth Burleigh, of Tavares. Her Florida I upon rHARMACT

ri: n sm *u TW mi rYr+Yr.Y.i/IItr117r'' ... such splendid fashion that the sister, Miss Margaret, had a birthday whom binding the service upon wild of subpoena Respondent.wouldbe It Office Hours: 8.OO to lt:M>'Woos ; ,

)' :,2.60 1 people knew from Texarkana to El party. We-all had a-share in "it. I* therefore ordered that Amanda. lOO-to 6:01) P.II .
to 8.60 ,
day
; ; per Mould to the Bill 01 Complaint f ,
,. Paso, and from Orange to Dalhart. Coleman appear "
days were spent near
Eight .
9f 'I' Special by week'or month., filed In the above cause on or beforeMonda7r "? <
that there was "something doing.A which had been my home "in the 5th day of January. A. D. TJ'DERBYSHIR E..M. p.;. :i
x" ... J'; .i.'W..noinu, ".,. L'. MITEI Ise.i .. gifted speaker himself and a wand years gone by." It had been seven IRIS. the same being the rule dar of .
t, poised, clear headed organises' since a visit there and these this Court, otherwise the allegations of I, .
> f H I MM I"*.I'' ''** *** years aid bill will be taken as con f eased by '
.. :. leader, Mr. Crookeis just the type of days between conventions were thus aid r Special "to the +
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OSTE0P"4'THSTECALISTJN man to follow the splendid work of passed happily:,and all,too-quickly. IT 18 FIJRTHER ORO ERgO that this treatment of Women and ..

.,, former Superintendent Charles L. Via Wildwood, to'Apopka, I traveled notice. be. published for four oonseoutlve. Children.' 1";,
: Klsslmraee
In
weeks the Vall.y
Collins 'fn the Florida-campaignJf /?, and was met hereby, Mr. Raymer Oasette, a newspaper published at K'.- 1 .;' .. i 1st[ YR1. DUZOn / V on.. Sterling'' P.> Strong,i"Superintendent McGuire; of Ocoee. It was a nine I Immee Osoeola County, *Florida. ,0'1 Office over Citizens Bank, raoirs 181'R .' .

> CHRONIC DISEASES..' of the Anti-Saloon-League of mile carriage rid. to Ocoee,'and the j the WIT14ESS.Circuit Court R. Q.and' Johnston the seal Clerk thereof ,r' 24 8mOlpct. I
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'V 't' Texas,-says"While. was Superin secretary enjoyed it. Entertainment this flit day of November, A. ,D. 1111. '
;CONSUl.TAf"O.XAMINAT'ON PttfC the Anti-Saloon of , :.yeas*Oagw.'. .,
tendent of League during the Ocoee convention was; at R. p. JOHNSTON. '.w.a.mVANS ,
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i1 ( 1 .J. V , Texas Rev. C. W Crooke- was :Assistant the McGuire Clerk Clrcut Court. '
of '
x I K,sSI""ilit: ::FLA. the hospitable. home (Seul). 4..4t- AGh1EW,A CRAWYO ", .
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; State' Superintendent, family, who are carrying out the generous ' ;" 4'TU.SDAYs.TNUR.OAVI.CATUROAVS0flCttl can truthfully say that his work as an spirit of the Endeavorer V once -- '\ ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW i iKlsslmmee
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; Real Estate., ... CSNTHAL it 'HOTfL. . organiser and carrying out the there, so well known over Florida, that NOTICE. : '; :
. of. the 'Anti-Saloon League So Omo.s l ',I
' details Is Mien Rebie Withers. v many 'Adtlnuiti.etyDdl.g' ',:

\ .1 rr'NOAigeeQ. ':. ; ORLANOO..... "LA. plans, to my mind,cannot be excelled." delegates were entertained in this Klsslmme Fla., Oct IT. 1$U., '. .r .Florida ,
,, ', < Rev. Arthur Joneli State Evangelist house that to shows(only.partially'V a Notice Is hereby srtven that the tax r j "I.H"
Christian > n' Texas"' : < of It. books of Ooeola County will open for I 1 '"
_says
) appreciation'one!
reason our :
,: collection on November first.. I *am ; D. }
." : 'KlssiM BB. FLORIDA > _v4-> "I 'was associated'with'Rev.\ C.< W. young-people, ; trea McGuire' was to -furnish >tax statements.. GEIGER' :
,:;:; : .\: < Fruit Uj"Tmk'Ca"i',.; Crooke' for two< years in' the r Anti- chosen the newrpreeidant'ofAOrange, lIow'r..dr .r S per cent, will be> allowed M r r'V "

V v We have five and.ten-acre !'tracts in Saloon 'La.cue' .' Dnr* and' 01CeG1. district.'. on all. taxes,paid during the month 'V V ATTORNEyAT-LAW ' "
about.taxes
/ ''I f Liberty Park, the most desirable suburban the of-his. services- Assist Wither Garden of November. In writing .
,: :: ; period al From Ocoee was always furnish description. ot' :your -i- r
": ,property on the market,'which ant' State' Superintendent we did-the the next step,- and'tbence by a comfortable'automobileover property.. . Office St4e'Bam t Building ,,1.| !
; ..' ::f.j :" '. are offering-.for .consideration in the state that fine c.-u BANDY:
S.n. BULLOCKpf W9 your greatest work-ever.'done 4J-7t. Tax Collector.In : VVKtselnunee.. Florida 4
'i: t at prices >that. are .attractive. We 1a'' an'elegant,' courteous Christian road' to Orlando< November 6th.A- v ..... ., V ,
) will .be pleased to show these tracts to and the, I'
gentleman, a splendid, speaker, long here, and rude on (
,:':' "J.. 1 prospective, purchasers at any time. the best office and field organizer'weever the Sward railroad to Ocala, com Court of County Jude State of G F, KRIBB3', ; V '*',.;t

, ':\, . kLES4ATfl Do-not fail to see this property befoNrd1aaiDL' had in the work of Texas.. With Florida County of Osceola.. ATTORNEY ; 0 ''
LAW
''.t.'I : '.,, it,*,bat;the'advantages his pid.nce,victory should soon.come' 'Miss Lucy Uhl. recently'from St. Stanrord; 4 AT KIBBIMMKE.f.FU-' .

:.. '?S' ;,;". _.'!'-...._- ; of being:'clone In and on the very beat for prohibition inFlorida., Paul, Miniw, was the hostess in Ocala. In Notice< rental is hereby*; Henry given T. to all t rbora It mar '. Ex Titles a Spedaly.. .. -
paved -road in the,county,-convenientto Dr.' P..:A. Baker, General 'Superin Some 'other' friends In and 'near the eonorn, that on the. :nth day of January A,, l U. Notification and taXee, ofnonreaiderib "',
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i ,I.N S..UR'A: ,C, the.city,.school.and-.hurches.-Five tendent'rlntl-Saloon League of America city were met, but Rev.' Coleman, our 1915 I ,ball. apply to .the Iio.onthlreIe rParker , payment given careful of . )
ID of said
or his sucoeiaor offlnd.Judge
acre tracts $260 and '8OQ. , says: ","We congratulate the pea' only: C.,E. Union pastor in Ocala, was Onnrt, as Jndfto'of Probate for a IH-al dlifrharre ,o' ..* ..attention., <
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24 tf.. H. M. BREAKER & CO.:, pie of Florida'on securing the services away; at the State Christian' church as A4mlIAh.CO' the estal ntHenrrT. '. tw'

ir-- .1fX"( IO ,, : Titles of Rev.: CWJ Crooke, D.,D., as ,convention, then holding in DeLand. Urn. HiaiilaM 1 shell.pnweot. dooeaiwl In ;the and mid tbot Court' tue mf.fln..tae' 4. """

aBl Barjdnliome. : 1 Superintendent "of ;the Anti-Saloon The'last ''place' of', thirteen visited II ocoaou s* Administrator Mid Kttate, red JOBERTG.JOHNSTON, ;

'; .' 5ieciai&'.', S pI.ndl4new'- sixroom.bouse, justlneidedtylimits League in that State. ,Dr Crooke has this trip was Gainesville.;" Headquarters rol',for tbclr aoproval. .W.; J.SKAK8' ': : .; ,
,\'t(' II'' ,, AIM deep well, lot had considerable experience in league here were in the'home of Mr. and \ v Abminiuirator. jj

t'. "' :',f, *'' : .-"'#(:Correeiwildence. Solicited l !'''J. new contains barn; two; wagon acres and o* boggy ground,sheds/' pod. '.work and' workman."He has proved is himself an' educated an excellent -; long-time Mrs. H.: W.State.'Bruce.Junior Mrs.Superintendent Bruce our 4 llnted. Juir' 23'A.D. lelL ail-am, .m.?' \ -,ATTORNEY.!: "A* LAW:
1 ,-i /*. '- < f _-, 'cultured who will is''' serving'VIn that capacity .,'
and allrunder good'new fence. Fine gentleman, -esrry a yet i llokite oV;Administrator: KlIIIIIJIEUd'l.oamA! ;
,.II'I"',' .,p,;.t., ,. . location ,for small truck garden! or wholesome Influence Wherever bsgoes.We and -as president for. North :Central ".; .. , '. I "'
', ;: 1 V Vi .. poultry ranch.. This Is a fine propo- .. bespeak for him a successful, district.Her-husband I. in some better la-C..noU..C'w.-t$ Judrel Stata of. : Florida' LOVUI c. ........ ,'y,Jrt a R w .. ,.
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lac-nty. Late Oovaael for
>', 'i" ;' sition-where,,one'.will, have the freedom ministration'' League affairs. in, *' health and she hope.to get away In r*estate ofb.. r. Oliver,deceased: n..... a. a. c"I'K --., ,
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if- -;%; JV" W; 'Thompson 1 of the country, yet close enough Florida+ . from home to attend the last conven Kotlre U h. yen. to" all whom It may 00,,. '
:v'MMftif/Af---.v-v( ; : Mr. Crooke. for three Alsitant tion ,of ,the year in-Interlachen. Dec. _thAt_ .".tkdayoflunuu7.A O. ISIS, SsEY A-WARLbjV: V' ':
years
i : to- enjoy 'all 'the advantages of the .. 4
I ahal to the Honorable 0r. Parker. '. '
ll| apply .
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J.Y.L ( .
'splendidyoung .
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: : :, FUNeRAL' DIRECTOR.'' ... '; city sucll as Splendid high school, best : State Superintendent of.. the 13-1& 'Gainesville, hasf a Judff of ..1eI"oun.. aannaldlaeharre Judge of Probate" fore : .. ,
'....... m--.i '.* r _. ., ,'...""c..t'. markets churchtB, et ,. Price 1500. to manage two-great battles in that society if really youn peoplein ,*. .dmlnlatraaoeof th.estate ofJun. : .? :ATTORNBYflANOCoVMBBUUMj .L4"; '
':""' .. .... 'f "Jf'!' &DQ, ,24-U', , .H.M.. ; ,Breaker &,. Co. + Anti-Saloon League of.Texas,-helped the Presbyterian church.' Onerea time. .OII".d-.d I will present. .r final and cements that at aa the administrator same. \AT LAW, ,; ';' ;<1'
:" ";: i\\ LICENSED EM ALMER I Stat, and, under the direction of the eon for this cheering fact is that their of said estate. ," and ask for their Practice In all te Ceortg; H th., ... d
; " : n :' UASTitR.J the Ualted-States, also. belowyy. "I' ....
;; > i'i. National Superintendent Dr. P. A. pastor Dr. Anderson, is a genuine WILLIAM U. '
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,-,' ': ; "1-t -,1.ooaite ICourthoua. '' 'Modern'Up'to Date,llomej Baker, has now wO.lked.forneatJy/ a Endeavorer himself.1' It was, indeed (D.ted.Jalyieu.Jt.lrt.iz.Into Onto. ) ' ,Admiairtatohal o-n-........ mad :IMI .Cke ",
< ; Np -464-$3500New"' modern l with' th National', Anti-Saloon pleasant to attend four services in his ,. .. V'
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; b3LANDO
year UJ CMaauMTOK BMMC
,,, "' \ y } *H EMME17w! *'>' :.,<: 1 1waIDA.? .<<> six-room bath, lavatory,' hot 1 League, from which 'POsition,'' weUI church including"their temperatc.meeting ;; ., . .,- .L. : .It" ';M
',,,'"" .: and cold water electric lights, beauti fYOTICtff TO CREDITOR ." ,
Other Endeavor / .
;< equipped tar the battle he comes to Nov 10. .. '
.t \._.JI 'r'It. ., '0' expensive mantels, new furniture, I enter the war of extermination of, the friends Were met'In' Gainesville'and In ('i..rt .( .!".:*. Coua y ....,;..' i\:1iDRE: ( JOHNSON : :aIAoaelgYnCotmscf.loR

;:;;; b ,. ,, ' nice ruga., House furnished complete, ,,",pe.t'"\in Florida. it was a 'good ending' to this happy 8tat *f f.1....... .. , ]
,. : for occupancy, Large lot83 I.'r. Oa eela'<7... . : i t; ,.'\ :
ready ; Temperal' the "little ' JUatal ( *ty.b !
t ? Our"good old\ ship'has traveling for secretary. :: .. '
T 8. 147V4 feet;'' on. which is,, 20.full 'bearIng .<<: .rle* ...kll.. 0Ta --.. , .- i. Will Practice all Courts 7' '. '\
work m ,
:a$' Prov I. .g.lnrput f on her ;.war-paint.! Mr. TheV coming months of 'office' all U .I'._ Lvaateva I>l trlb.teca r ,. \
: / :t r , ." .. orange'trees.' Located in' three rooks has.: already ''cleared: ',.the ''deck are'anticipated.. As the Lord' guidance ... all .-....._ ...... Clalsaa .* U*. ,State and ,Federal' ;"i--! '<>. and '. half blocks of the post office; for 'action. The immediate battle .felt'In past' days;' surely it secede a Kttei Office ;adjoining. .
4' ,, tr ,f.lti.! iaees "a w.ili htanOA'fIIJ. qu"lty. beautiful ,, : was 'and :: t:11.you, are 'b r.bYft..l.ttlle4. : JvayJJteNKJNS
t Verona street in the
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very for' five counties"and forstatewide' will come for' future ones>of servicefor Citisens Bank
more dry required '
and to any
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: y'' ', f" ., 9".,.Call. for what you want 1ztheGROCEU ,... i beat. neighborhood.'". .Call and let enforcement of slaw Christian ''Endeavor.* claim and demands '.h Preent., -or ... '.. '.
{ t. t'', <\f.\ ..LINE. us show' yolk this beautiful home. for another big'battlefor' l GRACE A. TOWNSEND. either'Vof.youmay; have a.aln..t'he : .' '1'
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." .. .... , .. "- Term of if desired. Mate-ode ; estate of Charles Edward Franklin deceased. a.ltrasy
purchase
t," \ ''' '" t on part ;Interlacben'Ndv' 19 1912. 1 '
prohibition-to begin as Osceola Florida,
: ? |atq of count- n,
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'" ;; -it .. 24-tf;' ',,H, M.,.BREAKER.&, COV lOOn 'a.:the State Board of Trusteesshall'speak'the " -L' J- I _:AjinSj|* i"i to'tbe 'undersigned ',,administratrix ofaid & ',WpODHiwB ), V

: '1",, Jl\. \ word. ''WANTED CURFEW1., estate. ,- within, tw oxen (romthe' ,. j. .",-
date hereofv '
,\, ;' < No./' 64..it; certainly Is':txaspcratIng.to -'! Let's all step into line..... all,over the On last'Friday J night persons livingin i lI>ated.t., >ctQber'- >'Otlt.A"Jr., : }*12': TVSURVEYQRf3" ; }'
;' "' opportunity of great State of Florida and furnish 'H.; M. H Bf KKR /
. .'I see-an making : the neighborhood of Emmett street;. ,AL's .1\ANKLtN-- : .*. 0**..*. "
< '.;" v War,:quick money," and then 'not ..be munitions of war in adequate quantity : and .yeron .ayenue, ,were 'much 4C-St 'BUUA ' ', ..Exe.. torall0Til'lt Kitsimmee, .If
I {, ,'_ able to' ) take"hold(fofIL' We cant I for the needs of the work; and make : annoyed by the unnecessary racket! ofa 1 . .' .. .' .. ;; ;
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buy all the good things we see, and -we the next great'battle"against "liquor". r
number*of small ,boys, who seemedto
,t ,I are'\,willing to. pass them ,along' to,the decisive engagement that shall:not think they had a special call to Tit: UEDiTUttht! . ')0" "
;{ ourlfrieDcHere's"a..ure'' : one-! rcipple the traffic only but ear down make' aU the ugly"noises they'ceuld.. ,#. Coral W'ih.'C.rrq:: Jds'ew' '
.113 acre\.allflatted an! ready for its strongholds and"utterly destroy ,east.0 of Fi.rldaal{ h . MONEY BROK R
time this
; This If the third thinerhaoccuiTed tm r* t . _. (Cvmmtf. .
\", sale' In'1h','and ten acre-tracte, located , this "enemy of all good' f lately and it is time someone ,,\V. !H IMltat..t:. b'.rreb"DieMd. New=York Syndicate! will Finafac'Railroad. '

,., 1." ,within IV*\miles of our passenger Headquarters Committee, should call attention to it T. all (J..U.... l_tmm*. Ul..trll>i>4r ar .. Water., rleotrio. Mlnln.TteOUO'J' ..'
: ".;., ." ,, depot-on and in "close-proximity toth. A. D. Stevens, If the of,these'children- do r V i..>* sill !*...... hartal Claire ., ( lie.rude . her IMntt.g nonda 8k.. ... .M4."d:, -
; parents .
aaalBat said JC.tat.tYou. '
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; 1 .''',CI, '., ",' _ '... e'beat hard road In Osceola county.i' E. 0..'Painter' "? not knpw that the time selected-for and-eaoh of you, are hereby SoUvRepreeanUtiM| UP ''P. Ii OTHOMAStOM I < ,, '-.,
... '". "' 1"' 'I .1 We are offering the-tractin* a. body I' 'Fj E. JenniegfCe'W. this performance is 'th."time when} notlnedntnd'required( to present .any. mnusapLOUIS' '".0 __' '
: which .
/ claim. and demands you. er "
'at' attractive- No further Kinne .
'. rl. -. a ''Very price such chapafhould'p.inbed, and .the either' of VOU, may have againat'the''
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:'''' ,.I'flf \; // I expense necessary-to 'pl.ce It on L.'R. Lynn .marshal cannot put' a stop to- 'thisnuisance estate. .of W. H., farmer. deceased -
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t." :! 1 I the market in small'-tracts.. 'See y C. M; Grifftng:, the city authorities ought toestablish ; late of OBCoola Cosily Florida.:

' @ 1 ,;' ; D' IBSV: ; &. S-ON!'' : .2445V" H._ M. Breaker A Co.T' Jacksonville,: Fla., Nov. 12, '1912.> a curfew bell, and any small to'..td.l the,within.Igned'>: '"'rear.exeootors(rom ,'tree or date said A.. J'PUBLIC

..'-* \ ,. . ' ''' ,< I ,, ... ,' = boy found on the1' street--after it.. is, h..reol., SEARS '
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:; > :;: , lr:" : ,ADDRESS:;TO 'THE' PEOPLE, rung, oughlrto be locked up.. Ualed r" Novembeh, -Itt1+;' A. 'D. xs1. ?: T .
.. 'I : / Fat.:rforSa1e. ; ,, r . MATTIE i* FARMER; 1 ACCOUNfANTjl!.t
"r, ," '1I.vtU'lfought for three. years \n ''.Just as I finlshe4 'writintrth Above U.-LJ. iKHIBBU :. Administratrix.AUotpe .''
,111: '; : ; : '; Located. oh 'good'. ixtad'onequartermile ,; : the hottest of the battle in Texas:and some one to '.'whom I !showed lt, told .' >'. .' : -_ Hr .n \ '..AUWTOR .

) ;..".- ,.:.: . iil'th';,' e i.b'It., ". front"Alty limits' ; JOOCi,1Iv..roo then .for" 'a 'year',.with' the ,National me it..was not' exactly correct.th.t r I- .. ; (
,) ..t tCI I coiled house, largeVflew> barn,'. thirty Anti-Saloon League I I1bw- 'entl.t for therewere 'some :girls 'In"tb."partyl.But ', \, '. t I.
, .t .f! .OF SIIOIJIfR"t' acres.,land twelve 'of'Which, Is\cultivated the 'war: ofFextermination "of '. h.' for the source of this information, f :Fps >S.'e' 4 C lllle' fall aed M J t ., ,

vii ?" ; ,;>sixty young orange. and liquor traffic in Flbrida.v : ,' I should doubt its correctness. To me $plendi&team ':pf 'maref6' and -6 >sn<+t' aw -; '

;;j ,::4'1"'QR'L': i,,: grapefruit 'treeerVaeventy-flye peach' NOW is the' crisis in the''battle for it la monstrous to' think of girls being years old,' well broke,kind;and, ge/i-/ Incorporated' {f t'\h ;,,

{roes,,some plum;andipeartrees! one Prohibition in.this state. 'Two things in .such a''t rowel": Even If their.'own tie;; also wagonand double harness.:.: International"Aeebaatse"" "

Utz\ ':. good ,family.,horse; 00.. buggy one i mu.t'be'odone.'YIRSTi\ wemust\\ sense of propriety failed to prevent It, Enquif8. .f;,'Nelson" Realty.; ) Cp.- John 'f Society"'Petroit-r ,'Y

...'. '>L t lit' ".__L':" waat' wagons;two sets harness...flfty chickens t strenuously; enforce 'our, temperance I cannot see what their',mothtrs were Jt\Ji:\ >.7.f ,z: ....... -" '", .
1J: \w ,ten head cattle and all tools necessaryu ,laws In i ;we thinking of to allow it. ;, ,The proceeding ' ', ry .. ; ..' .'.,_ ( ".
u .->, _-. r I.. -cultivate-plaoa.< A.barpla., most dry : ; Is 'a, disgrace,'to our'fair city, and R/ lit Ill!/ r 1 INII.sl.1*...
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> L t" >11IIIOa .t.W.,' at $2, OO. -v Write us-or" terms-: A : l.These The call for prompt action;;; tlt is useless rORJIIf.ENT 'sign. for lialif at ,this ,, 111IIIfIR.. f < .
-. .. .. r ,. ) 'dry.COUD..Seeond.\ ta talk about play :such play: .. cents .each., .< 1 1"THE "- '..f. "
.} !:..>. :rr7 1i .Hi t''Mf ,,B reakerp._, .. .Po""'.'",battle.. i* ; ova" "" 'Vff" S*"' ""* > 4"" * <- 5 V,playR.,> - ,. j j .
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...... zin g Florid., year in grapefruit, ori8gee;; tomatoes it is'simply' absurd to .ntee'a habit I dealer takes care of all the ,Mta &lid
..... .. -,>ThWi. U the great queetlon of absorbing and oth*"fruit. and vegetables. where success is defeat and to win is I the,first booster-n ace"In.the
,interest and-U; is being did I hav,'4fton talked with theman calamity. ffj'V;! I E, If the boosters do not get the
cuasedm every section! d America. who bought the first two lots In Tam'g The successful ::1't" \he Florida bpgm an abn, ,.,- when it"was'alattad as a'.I ". into sv jrof eaaJjEjal-he has 'all the others have, /one!:? 4 "J'.a.. ""t ; ;,pstd 0 'e t em e to,Js Njatoeas 4Hn ,h* 1ft. "If trey top ,." ,
:-.w the. mshlngtlanpeWs thgt.i.Mtlngnp .".. 'the m.' tt 1 10 .- naa.. .who ijifc I lcaiAi for money I Nt. I 'aU ms'sp I.I I 91
ther-wastel: place*:jrove af. snbstantial and dealraMe... character en ..t"t rep, re. Is? f us) have far urplu,, of I t coo.... bu ii sn S +
!" .n t .,....,; /jr: ?{ two lO wort ,--.JOO now !Doni'! if '\ / I, It e .. ., ala
..1 irWUlnot:';- the representations of that wai only thirty yfcrs age Tipa cesji yalhpovvo+e I S': A b. CsjpBv i
r si qulolc..;'Wemath made/ by som* ctfUtibe haa.lsXtfOOrffrfiiMlajfen, an4L.1sr.ibs: haVt roen- credit! is.demanded. The j't- m{ e __
land companies act aS'a.boonerangt" greatest clear Havana cigar manufacturing . man'wnp tan play-wards at night and F I'Unrc meitir u lutrsd" vldon XFlonR iiV

1 iF4 !i, !t.tVP4,X These are some bf, the ;questions city in the world. It Is also the do busiWs in the daytime, hasn't' yet I weaw mucdes, shaky nerves Loaa, "Silb GolcTfcffiTFlour.
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that are being asked bj'tb .eon.en.- center of a fine fruit and vegetable been byra., -weak 'muscle. shaky n.rveL Lo. (the beat u.'w.- |
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tjjve people and they 'are,;en titled=to section;- -iat-l'apfcSl7 .tx&igldevelf t /Sift is a 'bank account with .80 I of sleep, lack: y of physical
yMlbertlf
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f4f4r riou. consideration.' oped by, homeseekerk bVougbt' \ hero somoeh"divine"energyaVyourdrsposaL[ -regular! meal., bad air -r n Me and
excitement.
(jtt I : !More.than.,...quarter of jk century by the colonization companies.. are you going to do wren itt form devil's monopoly o t had thingsL Beans
when-.was a" mere lad, living inWe.ternlr I I 5t. f 'tersburg1s O be W the fcnost If TW d w your clucks for'hle you II w-and-the' ends i s, mado, isi So -/r
r A Jfllcy Chop Ontario/ I land,'boom,,- aaP.rted progressive MUes 'in Flerida.Tbn\ Leanndt,, raW;;; for that*, Take your .death and tte. era e.to\grs h J, a ilfaibe' ip*"
(( \Ma.ltob..ndUhe merest. years v.ago its twpiflatft was aWot choice; !AJ\dt about all do*hot draw r am slot; a member of a $ >Style Sugar
\ -territory. W f' 1 i l.OQQi Andhow iar7O O' In theuml en th* Bank jof Futility' by breathing, gl dea\'lOl' 'Society ttts E worth,J\rJ'\Jat1.:., l4iahe.JCnights..
.Direct Y0ur JotiTO !eps d, (of our neighbors,became'' in- mer!and -2 ,OOW"in (the nter. Many,, bad Siir,(keeping! bad hoursf and bad, rgue, the!; Baptist!"Union, Ian Blur Ifard Sjup AlOe
with;tie migratory' germ sand colonists from fennsylvState4J Ia and other, company a f t,f t ; of, CoUmbua ''or the\SoCi 'I11Sakse .r
OUIISHOP.Wnu : ..1'shall never forget the day .M developing the surrounding. ,XA_; man fcho suci eeds'ln''buJrae.... Suppression tfVl: e,>and! I trUor.tMf Fiae+lfoTle Soap.vPo 44e
ben the first special train started sections in substantial manner is the one.who to bed before 10 Tlttle "
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,# ) It 70( I Ou or the'farof' isnd"of-promber *...{ v-: Millions..nf,.dnllars.::..srtf._bfng| .fX- otclpc.kat' : eight,goes and one.thing I. he business simply man a to others: plain, *ith Ik aU by bne I; rder 16 ,
: .,... land of softjf +b P
W..ee.re.a11-tier..to.giv..iha.Sapld Our Saws Are ........ ,
Sharp aloughhere '*'" --*--' -- -
ones a brave- send off and companies 'in gigantic drainage op- "else.1" -- > !!-.r1teed--t1..-th brains w'hav2 Compound Lard ,_ lUwtita'isItE

:OurjOcavcfs Toorf.: was porno cheering therewere eratlons road: building and general 'Gambling roba.a.'man of rest,,,and, .in. .our work.: ; Meat
\ .. more ,t ara?as "the..; farewells 'ImprovemenU'of the existing condiitlons. .- the:keen edge, ef, life is lost/in shof- : : ; '1 r: .'" 4.__ .14c J
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We'll'Trim Them Up I ; were fling the pasteboards: All he gives( to' '. r __ :: 'r # a cf
.ago 'I. was: home again I The famous Everglades, With its
years hi.
employer or the world.Ia the die.Bard. 00060000p. . 40.0.
. JUSTs,RIGHT.fOR.YOU. 1 ,, And I took occasion to inquire about f three million acres of rich muck land, ,.Onts'de 'of'his,, h. Js.a 0 Higdiat'i2Ga..Lw
play
,,,,,.'' .. !' those who had started out so bravely ''now being drained by four, great weak, inefficient'person, and hisw..knesr o UNION 'CENT LIOa00000j4 *..-.. ._....:. MT IMsti.4, rVkcs Y;
' thatday.. The recapitulation shows .canals'and the Caloosahatchee: river, *s:, manifest M 4>**r* \ -i tf- Jltaireaster
very'-apt itself
a result that can;;be expectedlnall';, from Lake Okeechobee to the ''sea, I. in,, burdening hi* friends ., tO'.t
\ /KtFjLL} : BASS'MARKET such cases. Some of them made bril*.an empire itself.\ From, this rich : : :
... liant successes,'arid ,have become imJInensely 1! section, when the 'drainage operations ,Thi tuna of gambling does 'not fall I The IChrtstlan' Endeavor"was' held TA'sY aR S
( "'' wealthy;,, some hare done". are completed. can' be produced suflTl4 on, the gambler-alone, and'more than In the school; house.,Sunday i evening :; ,

fairly well and are mfortablj'.itl1- cient vegetables[ and tropical, :fruits the drunkard alone suffers for' his Mr.' IraWetherbee, Jr.. 'leader. ..." < > 0Jd Stead): s;
ated some are' making- at precarious ,'to'+f.eda (nation during( th ea winter fault 'the Sufferings/alls ,upon everyone Mr., a, K. C..rlle.1"nCl family hav., PfcoseZSO
living; some failed utterly and monthL' within radius bf the gambler moved into lour .eo Jnl. .tMr Ceerders QmkkDeBvcry
I. A I " ,...., --. dragged themselves wearily)back.'tar Are >the'l Colonies v successful! *v ,,;U.your.gamblerJe'on a 'salary,''he I. from Oklahoma and intends: mak. '

the oldhome; some havet.dted4 an d ,, To a large extent, ,yes. .. The\;firstdocen very of ten comes around for his wages lug bl.:'h01J'lt b.....,' h- _'
others have tried new fields always have been in operation long' betore"pI&Y" day : then; hat:>gets to discounting Lloyd Harvey Dick and Rosier Law !

Our word lured-'on. by the tempting,,promises. enough", to give -some idea' of whet his salary to a money shark; son. Paul Geerdes, William and Elonzo
: : 'Z"I I bf the land promoters. may< be. expected in "the;; vway. 'of thenif.heean, he will'borrow'-his, Hughey"and .Misses Blanche.Janette
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And still it Is such booms thatar. and There is pay before he earns it, 'without first
May we be permitted to sug : Just growth development. Lajvson'and NeHe! Barber were the The New .
cat that geod''portraits"are 'responsible to!('the+settling! of,I not one'' of;them bat has from 25 to onsulting.! you.o He intends to pay visitors ,of Mrs.M.-. Clow. and f'
.oat happy reminder to relatives .the waste places of the earth. 800 families and so far I can hear of It back 011,'7 .I" -*> '-' - '.- -'I> family.Sunday evening:' " ,
and friends" TAHrhat"t>f'the'Dakotae," California! no*suffering-front..privation. _lIe.wira and ,
at Thabksriv-- pays it back. This encourages
., I, i flag and.Chris trass;U..... ''The J Washington/ Oregon Texan,{, New .Most 'of |Lhess| ,new, communities him'to' 'borrow more.the next The.. orange crop of.jr/G**-jMnC. ,:-Harvey"--- is-< Ibnie> ':
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t. portrait carries with it Mekicd and'last'of all, "the' Treat have a,{prosperous air; with; modem Urn....- He tares more In order'towin; nowbfing completed ; Bakery
J a..world of good thoughts. It stretches of. the snow bound regionsof ,schools public buildings and' <">m- more .HeI is now obliged ,to. play ,; It:.Funks? oranges'are k>eW, i f ; .
'7 Is the always welcome. and high- Northwest Can.dawhlch has added Portable cottages and houses.They h eavily.: because bis debts are'accumulating. being;put, up after, aj couple. of days ( '
'Ij- ptlzed far # wo'millions to its population in the are pioneers, these newcomers to the .," :It I Is an bid story, and dozens rain' last-meek-. \ I'1 ; ; DAEUNGTON AVEN Ii
J. rW ewantto assure you .that pat leur.7e&I'Lj.1 ., South, but :they find,the pioneering of men in. Sing Sing"*can .tell you all I I: ;'Rev.' -George. etherbseand, .Wife, j
(;we',ar.prepared give yon the All.these have their successes and job, muth easier than the early"set about it. Vi"t "l * pg .,...'. are spending a few days.in.Tampa., Makes -aid-
,( beet werk ia the latest approvedJdeflrns their futures, Just as you see them tiers ofj;the rider( States and they, are ,.;To -'.do' .bu.lnw1tb: gamblers.J I, The Christian Endeavor will give a ;,) _as,, | 4BREAD
and that your early ON every day In the crowd crvefied'citlee well / their lot. leads as a rule to dtsappointment., be- box" social 'at the Schoolhouse> stur. '
det,fer, porti'alts will inrare you the,1 staid towns, the quiet villages and Is;the price': of Jand; high cause'with gamblers the Idea of. day evening, November, beginning
perfection of careful alientha -' in ill rural districts. ; In some places-yes In the majority .ciprocity, and co- peratI9 ,. extept MI.bQut -6:80 p,. m. ;A11" are invited -'J : r

f I UOBI to detail. 1'beIS[ uth')is bavn"g( Ito Innhig now ; df casea.it Ie, very reasonable.- ,skin somebody, does,,not, exist* re-J to oome"e.rlT' stay'' a 'Ionic 'tljr PIES'' ,
LWW'youkladly: 'piiode'or'write '.n4 the whol..world 4s d'scusslng the When it is (conslderedthat from two Prom betting to beg "rdom is Lad'es.. requested I(to ibrintf- *-,<"s,: box.' 'ofedibles. -n'.' ;,.1; ,. >,\,
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aUm< rot '. rilligglIteepeztruuy of Florida. Mil to four; \ eats be raised'onmuchrof a' step.v-No inane)can play the J "
i ; merits' and demerits : paste ,
Florida ,. .
Ifofs of Hollars have been..xpended! Jn. the land and ten boards, or the races.. continually, and I I'?: Harry'Clow' left SuriaayhljrhVon; ', ", " ". 'J\KES
ad' erttsiag in* he pastland three years acres: is equal to, ..a hundred ..in' 'the win. Mathematically: he Is-bound to the"m'dnlght train for<'ltlSv.Al4.: hone '.', .
a North, I tin tralueof. {4YILgERTIiDQSend'us5' by I companies, transportation lose at.the last. of,all thdfoolathabiggest'J.'t I
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: "" M,'njJRakejxJn Flor da.
froft CeMa
to $!b0 year ago | \
an OklA.7"i
Cities 'and counties,'.and.'the (sicretis.eertainly.areasonable eiman"Who
lines. results b..eon and he made ftddndahIlsherewhqrelrt . .. ..... .._
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price. A-i. i --
have .beeneqnaled ry sure thing. 1
j ,probably; never ; t
r by any other section.' > '.' r tin/ some f avored'.. .s.ctiAne''ear'hlghIto ( \ John ''Madden ha* foU w dthe:, bus 1 l liness [, ,, ,L.bis ...jerparture... jal t ,. ,
-"The! rash bf people to. >FJorhl*r as ,$200. ; acre .. paid, for rough for a 4uarter\of .century;;and .... J'l. 'J. "1J. REE ,Proprietor

': ; i i ? been phenomenal, )! They have come land.-1 What m.keuue1ppcIJ( T jTh: !'!. sayij_Lqult betting: yeanago'andif '<'' '" Wit- >' I' c .'h i-: ,'.' .
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raised the .
immense on surrounding Tbet .
from every section of the-'country crops'" I e. againfit will be becoa.eI"thed1a -1rn.'tt ftmm.n 0 New Zealand is . .
C anti theynepresent almost,every ctyil- land, which' often Tyield iae.the..better of my, S.eplscimgitawoode: telegraph poles .. \w
r. *5ywicfameV '-fII.l1&tion! ion earth. ...Personally"hat' ,X from'',$500 $1, 00 *'ni }.e111'.rr. business judgmest.:'.... .. j** and letter-box t .;., j -A- 4 .
\ ; talked with men from California, year. f I . The booki&akegetiMj! afthe has concrete oneL'-', withv.inforeed, .
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: Nebra ka),Minnesota, Michigan Texas Florida live" proposition.>> = 1';' ".ir"jt I J- ,
soil be ;
1" OhioIllinois.( Indiana' Penney!, .growthi surprising.' -" CLASSES
. -1 ": 'and'addfcss' Tkliia New'Tork...Vtrctnl a,-w e.t'VI,. ", has tier. advantage oftbeing'-ths I DANCING' 1 (
1ft giaia,|Canada, EngI.nd.n-anee., Gar> nearest winter''' producing section, to
i' i. m th nyj e ra like-Japan Florida and.China'and+< '.most'. of'I I Sir the standpoint great agricultural consuming,.al..welhwtron.tb..t1mW' and centers horticultural and..$from ear- $ Ir"1 k :='OF I IS' IHHEES I ;,, '**' .. ;j*J. 'D.P stint WkDBCaC"i ; -9.

: t'si tbe;;old .tort 01/ / Ii""i- 'f .. it,. promises to eclipse.all.of : ; i rr' llEiiN'

) I -Od ;"hoAep_ prepared to ,work its. compettor8rCrf) 8. Emerson,,...,in Oldest Btnk In Osceola
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: ConntySTATB1S :
e 4 for.. success win out, while'those' who Florida Real Estate1 'Bulletin r. 1 ondgllfvenlaes) 'l
. come expecting[ to; gets rich :withouterrtingi I . - i ti:. ....' .!, 77t e re rt ; ;a
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1 'vim aI .x .. p J: It., l'J i.I *-2Ma.qnLtlWttAe'ttirkey"krdtando! '; J\\ or.QSCBOLA, .'' Of'K sslrrpCapital !;...II iff > :at ,
niustratStgpundreds 'Yiformer full of-praise> for "
,; are ier'| saeh Wanees' 'which;.>havecaused I *#' <<** vfc .. J' :: nip tiv
the country while th*latter mrrready .
SUAOOOO
" Itocl F.UrPaicI ,
Ii enough-to -denounce It-laylnlr.alL the sobs of. the-'most .aotable i de \

'n ,. 'want. -V'i blame OB :, the country- 'instead cf bata ?te. of Philadelphia society to Surplus .._=; .sow...ni,_,,,,,,,,, 30jooaoo_ +
ta'nf credithi.l, ,jfailure., to ,thel.. ewn faint;from! has resulted in '"Stockholders'!' lJtbihtyr..r 1.-.4.1: .iS0.660.O1Itors
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' ..i toucan add the names lack of energy and perseverance, the armour organised and '' Depos Security! ;;;._ ... ..". ...._ '1< '-ii" ..t .ooo..",., : fn \i tq ,
movement the part "jf : --- --- -, .
t' of friends if yoU plea,..>' Now;'about. th.: land ,companies,9 1 j!I then, in.tigatedletral on tyai .TERP3T: "-- " ; : .... ,,,.,...*" $5C.A.Car :_y.1

,'I .They srs'the same in.the'South. b'"mPDij fathers, for the abolition; U PAID,IN 'SAVINGS DErA fME .' J t.*A. "
in--every.other. section *"" _" o ;vgafet Steps from Phibv .HI\.. I"' .. \},j /

:'naturally* put.the:"best rletocrMi ballroomarAt ;', <) i..SAFE'L.DP,1Oi1TBxEfofREN1..a:. ,. '/''"'II Dl.
foot' forward on all occasions,, 'Youcouldnt dances giv .b two distinguish : ;: ..' ,
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expect'them to toll about'thedisadvantages ed families within.the last'few day : ; "y tN.B.Cr eeiD ; .. ..

JacksonvWs and there are always the youngj girls*whose very'presence '. '. .fr.-l1..i.} ,".:/w'P.aldeatb i ,. , T|t *si r-r': I YCa.at.r" I ...i"' Ijfr :''l{ ',-
Floridan + 1 W I I
oLL. '' disadvantages'to\nw)' at such affairs was testimony, to their. t
: .t ? JTbey..telI) 4 all rthegood things high etations''daneed'. almost continuously I : v A/aal: .t ((1a.t tR IttiM

with jastrong\ ont armStill'few.faiL.; .to .hand'it' of them: out danced for the teiHftottvs. doubtful /and-Iancea it.U which allegwl.the '... .. "' ''''' .,. *. Jtv 'ill. .__ 11 "L*..' .V..X.. i.. L. k ,, .....,_.. ,. I b'I. ,' . ..jf r --. .,_.u.. -. . .

: aetuallyinlsrepreeenU'' 'They vwax.en. mere t conservative v society *leaders"" ,

zNWye::1.Ca Fig ..Yo thusiast'c.over' -tbe' grandopportunltlas such as Mrs. ArtitlrMurray:Dodge ofN.Tor .L" "'" ;J '1/; w t: .t.. ,G./j : ( ,().t .
and they really have something have militantly tabooed. :
In'a.hing-p.a 'take to waxTkbouC"It-Is--well"en0agh-to '':'It,,is d dared >''on''' rood ...tbQr1ty ..... "*' "' '-' : '''' '' .....

:ceflent cars*in;Jex Sari change/w* pave cam' take It with a grain'ot salt-bo) atte. that some o"'these"young jrirls s 'equipped and 'gu.nnt..d -I. all t ere is something to.baek ittnp.: lapsed '..fnnx etJiapation after the l .
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ti have lived in Florida nine years dancing ttased. i"J .J
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der Brit co a r value. ,#d duringJthatitimeI: ) ,hav'} seen a; Ie4darrkin;> t.h4h eonmenkl" :! to ,f V .J1'Jo '

Lbfk&.nd'Vtf de.'i4tt' we>.ca-' JIm.Ifer.fipi. .)towns-and ,fJtiear double equal the dance fad in .:?.e, i'5tL
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"nd nuadr plejn site. '..ee"be Philadelph .I ImlN'Oa-; .Wisthdr t i a '.
,s'q o9ey't9'15ittriliutoi' VAmtec.ni'rf.'year { gr aV P0tat<;industry at'HastUgsrfowt rrasisr. v{ -position of I,
fro f*m ... prduct.of 1.000 barrels might: ) in pUaeelpbi... .. '
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riot iegeil *-andtlndjao ,: pf I sh o tatoes to 800,000:barrel* I > aier\.ctuall"? ii'ttalr&l.. i : .L 9
Phone 237 o',' t fijiest.. "tKjtatoes-grtwtrin-the' meeting oi mothers*o protsst+sint r c> ; ,
't .r rlcJ..hat DrTriflf: "*vera mfOJntal h Che- orm of,ti tha idanaa/ndulgod! :; i% A 16'
yaLo ;lars 'to thi.) (iOMvintf)twn $f' ;IOOputation tnd t 1 lattehours to -whichtoshifni, ..it ..,
'S -,:that was thlng' but 'able'1 alls tha.,' been extendflct ->* .:1; I ,

rossj$! rbad& .,fcenf first.S.\. 1ti.1t1I.I t \Jfl.1.x o'eldekt...ths-.morning.Is said

.I fps}+. seen tfce great .celery and to hafe been. 'slosh......hou" of .,no l'Jdd' 3f 7iat( ttdp'yT\ I .
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t tueeI.\ >>, 1B gpritg'fron, b'(.the recent dance's. !! :
.. thing' ,o.'tfre" t'on'i leader in-these toSev >rat natrons be..Mg49v ttMn ,I }
/ "li e. o piedggt'gti:\pioe'yyaie.* I, ,Intent, on craiding the mov2mchjLra7iahibni ; t f Y
4. BARGAIN/ n s remember .. ben vSanfbrd tho a.who will attend th*.>.Ut "It .1d 'I 4. ,.nl _
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I fhsc_ t r5oil'*bet ".-thes ff>s V.if ing a e n.rR1T.f3atotsabiiryicbilw5t: '. . S ut;.
: 't06 Ii tl+irg4nPt'stormepdltp ; e ,Chart mange Towr. wife} ql; h 4 for; ..:it J'. Q5
pu atlon had dwlndlbd to a thou msr i mbalasador, to 'C eStnir l1)!'(Mr.1 '.11- -T
saniUtion NowlhTrTTsnT IT' ni ,
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i Charles to !' """"" _' 't ,
paspeJ"D'l' tyLPf'1rQ Q1PQ P! I : rclr1O'} "- I' ,
t 1 '. ' i tier'irtfdbnf fCli halted 'phyii Sc+t.l"M nj tfoix tl'1 fJ:' d' b j': 't JlfQ"1 : J.T. . : :" i ." .\ '''-' -'
1 I liredlfbr' thWd itaarsUnrths CiI 1t4i !4411( !' fG,\ x'ti'' ,. : ,
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belt, In, yFf < 't'Jti lVrnfi v jnt toJool ot'.oribuytbe c.he t t
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,: the great ipin apple on !; 'pe" ;.>pr;!ftl"p> .,fltifs'l. -
Vver'.ma h.ve-iiO It' r1 bknwemututw.d. IlCSiO +
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,,19 fi: omit wo (hundred scrag to.,.Beyer.: f\II Jat. A9tne' .', the dance" n.t rats 'VtlfoIt1Ij! :, tioliieyJutstdropltffltalild; dxlhcElCEceoltttJet4itare) C+e
' . ousa'-d. cres,: the ero-s Increasing t.r..e 1mod ''putaatrlow111mw14tXfrli Q1 '
it om. $25,000 to, half-million a younger,set are to ''' the kutt':1'1": p&\tJ.s! 1 oo4tj oOd e 'blgtir'dtstes'.r'q; fAA .llij&t-' .;r n +w a j '

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WILL BE SOLD AT COST NOW WHEN OTHER MERCHANTS ARE ASKING THE HIGHEST PRICES '',

"f .,' REASON FOR THIS SALE--Our stare b too small, our stock of goods too large; we have got to have room, we have got to dispose of this stock.at some price. We Lave geode la the depot and oa the way,coming' d
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.,.\ : ,J: ", Read this announcement thronth carefully. Scan the prices closely. Remember the winter! is nearly here and this sale will enable yea to save many dollars oa-yoar Winter Wearing AppareL !'\

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I, I Men's -' Our Shoe Department. 50c Men's Fleece Lined Shirts and ; ; '
$230 Pants We have a very large line of Shirt "
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Of "q ,,f- "i $330 Men's Pants 1 O for -------_--:_ J> 1 : garment ____________ of a waist you desire from a percaleto I t' *. .I .
'I, '. for .*_________ 2 I '7 $3.00 Men's Shoes O A 75c. Ribbed Underwear, nice quality, the very finest silk waist. $330 Boys Suits 1 '98 .
."R...... "j';$4.00 Men'. Pants for --- __ :_ 1 to go for.garment We have divided them into- different....... for ,...--4,----.. .."- '. .;I ., '
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2.49 $4.00 Men Shoes ____________ 9 C lots as follows: $4.50 Boy's Suits A 't\' '' I'
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., :t t .$5.00. Men's Special T lor-Made ---+-- w $1 Extra Fine. Quality White Fleeced Lot I-75c Values *> *T -- t '
.h Pants go in this sale '" $5.00 Men Shoes > .29 Underwear.for Sale Price ______, $ e Jt 7 $6.00 and$8.00 Boys yf ft O
\ 3 9, for ..____.__ 3ja 19 CAl Suits for _..... .
.. . /., 1 'for: u.rn--..._... .It; -.- --- garment ------- Lot 2-$1.00 Values A +9 Tre3fCJ. . ,; a
.....' ...' 'I $139()Women Shoes fl ,. ) our Flannel Underwear in light Sale Price, __ ___ e All our Boy's Pants that sold lor 75c '
'''.''I. ,!;,_. for _.__________ I> .98 medium and heavy weight that sold Lot 3-$1.50 Values to $230 will be sold 'A CC*" fi
-'. ';" ,AT SACRIFICE for $1 to for ff f\ for ________.___. fjf$'
$2ie Women's Shoes 1 1 ft garment go 19 Sale Price _____ 7 'UPSPECIAL , ,
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_- 25' good some Lot 4-$2.00 Values 1
e Shepherd Plaids, worth I.le'and $3.00.Women's Shoes ____ 1 19 ,
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Price .. ....._. _, 6c Women's Shoes REMNANTS Lot 5 4230Values itI:
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$4i for--- ___ 2.49 Sale Price _.____ e Men's SOc Elastic;Seam ,.
40 Pieces nice quality Bleaching, yard Thousands and thousands of Remnant Drawers to for_... 39c' \r..
:) ,. .wide, worHnOTyard: $130.Children's Shoes 0* of all kinds of cloth (from Ginghams Lot 6-$4.00 Values 1 69 go .. .
',,. Price. -..__, ";,"" -Sale"C. . For .___ .98 : ,to'Silks will be' almost 'given Sale Pricey:._., :. >
r' : 60 Pieces of'very nice Bleaching and $2.00 Children's'Shoes away. ,Lot 7-$5.00 .Values 1 \"9 f\' TAILORMADE'CLOTHING ..
i,,!*\ Cambric,'worth,12 I l-2ci; 01 '" 'for :;i..4.J: : *. 1:29.: 4 t ". I. : Sale Price..__...... 1'_,I 7 I
:i. + "' :',...." ; c'P fiCO." ''d,",.._._.,._.+_.... 2Ci' j All our Patent and Plain Leathers Lot, a-$6.00 Values '
5 SO Pieces of'the best quality Bleaching and Slippera in the and above.High Shoes are included . ,HOUSE FURNISHING Sale Price ___' eW e.9' 8' $ 'Z 5.00 $42 ::0
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"'s' and Lonsdale Cambric. yard wide. $130 Men and Women's Sandals will DEPARTMENT In the above'lots are included Fine" .cI -. a
,Seas for, I5c yard. 'in'this sale I. Silk Mulls Crepe Taffettas. China MEN'S SUITS
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,Sale ,. at __._________>._.. are very nice; Sale Price_ V C25c ge ..."this. sale at ." .' '
'. '. -. -. Towels large size Flesh Towel . .. ,.. ""I

\ ('" [oak"at; .TRUNU, ,COMFdflTS& All UlllbreHas .Me.. 'S tu.svrs 'tend plain. W' 1 "' 100 dose. 100 do.. ,600 dos. VOO.do.. :L a4"" : t '. ,
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/< Salt Cases j Sale Price __. __. ,' : f Men'a 15c .Ladl HOM16c Infant's _'and.If": 1
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:'i io' ; .... ,, ; .-- OOSrl w.r.s.. : rose 880 'attest Linen Fringe; .14' ti;:;:; ', ; .',9c 9" '9'pair .: Ac'u_ .., ''"
;ritIf.'" . .e'',,'.' t!Sale50c""PstraUtge Price,..'..:.....;.___", ,c', .. ..' '. ., ) .. ,., .'' ..',.1 .. '

: .: ...: I ,i; ;:,' WOMEN'S, WAISTS. Just a''word.: to' the'Mothers:>-Webeg h Towel; :Sale;Pricey Bath" ;,-.. ::3"3''c' .MENfSHATS; "''SPECIAL'J, P''
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...'".' z .'for'"':'. .::':t"1'-\. We... have' about'It..000'Waists,' consist .. .inform", ,:ypu. *that IOU,Boy's, !"Department -, 15e 1 Pillow Cases: good..quality'"Sale : We have about.,1.200',Men's' e Fine flats ., ' ,,, ... '
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n : inj' 'of' I.awns'Madras. Percales.: II''as complete, as any you 9 C that : 2.000 pair(tnon) I id4Cfraraflp"t'P; : :<;}. '
K.T ; find and'if Prize LJi: : ...- 'sell for; -$2JOQ.. ., ,
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;. '" :: and Sateen that sold high''i you your $1.00 grade' :(
r c Voiles ; as $4.00 will ; \ .
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i-J j..$230.-, You.can .' boy out'and ;out., bring ,I him :to- this 55e"SheeU,: fulT,,aize,4Sale 44, C''' .fo'r' ._we_____.,,:..:.._ S+I'' {/ for. .-i.__---'I'. 89'C. : ;i. .
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i ;,.them; out for 1=Acb k.48'c'. : store, aod'we will save'you.. .. money.SPECIAL -Price* ..*,____.:. "' i -. .e : " ..,; (
\ 89e Sheets, i , best",quality -" ', : -- iI ,
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t ; $3.50 jSlurU go for,. \ 50 Dozen Ladies'Silk lose. all colon ; ; our <
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Sale' ego We have.. few'pieces .f'very nice'l.meu'Table ,. pair, ..';;_....;...;...u...;..... , .. l' ", " t
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x :' / 51200"endslSAO :Very Fine' SUk 1URNISHINdSMend ? for ul '
} ,\ .' t. .,,'a r, /"',Voiles";;,. ,:Serges';:; d ,'Panama; fpr,,..:;....;.!.-,; 54:98. UP Handkerchiefs Tick;'Socb'and '$iiOO. '$17:001: ) 'and'.$18.00' "Men'i+ , ;:AND.... DRESSESEverything "" .) .. ..
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o+:r+n trkl,; ': ..Sale. .Pric "_'*__. ,,', 6'". .. 98. ...,'t" plat da.....,. mi..'these-* as'. ,you will./need. ,taenU-. ,. :, .. ..:.. 9. .eo a, Well, i Appointed..'
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,; t? I' aitft.rdIsar's's.&f" -' Grasp' the,full 'significance of statement and act at.once. No msm er,.woasam caa.....: .'a I ''t;'
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