Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1913
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: VID00623
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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THOUGHT LAW WAS DEAD QNE,, CAME. HERE TWO YEARS AGO
BUT JUDGE MURPHY CON. '
VINCED THEM THAT 'IT, t FROM' 'YOUNGSTOWN. ,, OHIO I
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And Judge Murphy never cracked list of those who have lost their live

'a smile or batted an eyelid., th1"Oul'h"the treachery of the watersof
But let's tell the story. Lake Tohopekaliga. *

A* everyone knows there is more .Tuesday evening between the hour
game to the square foot in Osceola -r----rHOME of 2 and 3 o'clock G. W. McElvey dls-. ,
county than can be found on any appeared from a barge on which he,
,square- mile in any other ..county in h was sitting and which was being-tows*
Florida, and people from far and near. ed to Oliver's Island, the barge at the '
come Into this county to hunt. 'time being just off the point of Paradise ; I
Amon those nearby people were Island. What caused the accident

three, distinguished gentlemen and how,it occurred or anything pertaining ,y--
crack shots from Orlando the capitalof to it beyond the statement of _
Orange county by, name A. Ca- J., W.. Oliver, who was running the; t
hoon, D..J. Dykes and A. L. Beck. Before launch that was towing the barre: ?';
going onto the prairies these ,' will never be'knowq. and for all Mme "
three distinguished Orlandoites had i must remain a mystery. Mr. )McEl' '.
procured the necessary papers permitting vey. just disappeared. It may have m \
them to kill three Osceola I OF SENATOR ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.AMPLIFIED I been from heart failure as he was i "'P 1

county bucks, five Osceola county gobblers .. ... .... ... ....... known to have' a weak heart. He"may m f
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and twenty Osceola county quail have fallen' Into vacuana, (a- ; .
but the aforesaid papers did not give hole in space), or he may have soared "
them the right to kill the .aforesaid Council Will Pass Real Dog WILL MAKEINSPECTION to regions beyond the habitat of man.
game on'the Sabbath day. ; Only tho waters of Lake Tohope1calI,4, ,
It may ,be possible that the game ga can toll-if they ever tell, for as 'I
warden in Orange county can sue 1 Ordinance at Next Meeting., yet the body has not been found," although ,,:
"cessfully conduct the affairs of his : parties have searched continually . .:ttr
important office from beside his owifireside THIRD IS since the occurrence. r :
and beneath his own vine and .1 l ;J.'W..OUvert the man who was with v'
fig tree, ,but the game warden down i McElvey on the fatal trip tells the 1
this way,, who by the way' Is named MEMBERS DECIDE, THAT IT WAS DOGS AND; NOT THE OWNERS: 'j story in these .words:' '

Marion Carson, believes that the smly CONFERRED OF DOGS THAT SHOULD WEAR MUZZLES-CONTRACT (1w "Mr. .McElvey and I were In the
he can catch offenders Is to'COupon OFJOADSTHROUGHOUTTHESTATE habit of !'going Island every
way the prairies and into the woods) ,AWARDED TO ,ORLA NU.O MAN TO DIG THE e ] morning together toeither In my title '

where he can hear the crack ef the WELL AT WATER WORKS PLANT. ? i : launch-or his larger one. Tuesday
rifle and the bay of the hounds morning he wished to carry over a
Anyhow, Game Warden Carson was barge load of ashes, but when we ar-
looking around a few miles below BY ,ORLANDO TEAM rived at the dock we-found his launch'
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Whittier on the 23rd of November, That was a great meeting the city ell will pass an ordinance (in keeping sunk and decided to -try to pull the
which was the day all good boys should; ,- council held Tuesday night and a feel '':' with this petition as four month. is barge-over with my little launch. It ,
be attending Sunday school and read. ing "of good will was displayed by certainly' long enough toforce the COMMISSIONERS WANT KNOWLEDGE took until nearly noon to get the
ing scripture and while meditating VISITING KNIGHTS ENTERTAIN. each member although several members only knqwn honest-animals to suffer.: barge loaded and started. Just be.
the sins of man and the glories of ED BY LOCAL LODGE WITH and the city attorney attempted This thing'of;:ntmllng dogs strikes AS TO MATERIAL USED fore we struck the sand bar, a piston
on nature the vast silence was broken to twist their tongues in such shape u. as one of the most barbarous acts AND COST OF BUILDING, ring'In my; engine broke and '.we had
crack; crack crackety crackl J"What's OYSTER SUPPER-EIGIITY-, as to say the dog ordinance passed of which men can be guilty,! and ROADS IN OTHERCOUNTIES. to take the engine to piece. and put .. 7
by that sound and who might FIVE PRESENT.., at the' November meeting was legal belqogato the age when men ruled .' in a new ring which happened to '
that be who comes.Into this most fa but somehow the tongues wouldn't by might and right and ,justice were have, and which took some time.; After .
vored section and disturbs my ."?'* -- work with the result that all, with unknown. we started again I attending to
dreams of future greatness and the the exception of President Thompson 'A very long time ago a wiseacre There are 'time when our county ,the engine and Mr., McElvey sitting' ; ,ron
deep of our innocent game Kissimmee never does thin by who was absent in Georgia when said that a man had but three friendshis the back of the launch steering.
vleasant who knew this.was Sunday r d* halves. It is always to the front in the ordinance was passed admitted mother his wife and his dog-l- commissioners stray a little way off The launch run on a log on the sand
birds in going into the open f r matters that go to make a progressivecity. that they had passed a meaningless but of late in many cases that-.wiseacres the track -of doing the .exact thing at bar. and the barge behind came on .,
felt secure the e And this holds good ,."in other law and with a good all-round laugh words have proven >untrue in the exact time .but, like the Democratic with such force it.crushed the rudder., "-": '
1 #f'" hadn't be killedlonnthe.Lord's Usspake ." affairs than building of great business 'referred the, matter to the ordinance part but not as regards the dog. If party, they, always get right I pulled off my shoes and went"overboard 4' "i.i,
-',.tJJr'7 should' Game Warden Carson.I enterprises, making attractive homeland committee with instructions to. bring a dog is vicious, and<;(we have a few in if time/ i"'t-. ,'.;: '' in my other' clothe.- and MM4 ,; .. "
*' / will investigate he said< d beautlful.lltreeta. in an ordinance at the next meeting this city it should e killed if per-- given J the launnch over the log,'and,remalfar. ; '-.I,
a bird dog n The social and religious sides of 'that would force muzzles': dogs instead mitted to run at large, but to place The knotty problem of building ed in the water alongside of ; the r.., ,. .
he as ,
then got Loonq a little he life always come in.for their share of on the owners. of dogs.In muzzles on all doge IB' a crime that we county roads has'engaged the atten- launch steering it until we crossed. '
a fresh scent moving slowly l toj f er of Kissimmee's endeavor. That the this connection a petition'signed hope ,our council will not permit., tion of every board of commissioners the sand bar where ''the water was 't.
southeast he saw in which.were tiree fraternal part.oLour existence is not by a large number of our best citizens In accordance with a notice appear- in Florida for the past ten years, and waist deep. i then got back In the >
'the plain line a wagon looking fellows but |vi. In any wise 'neglected- was demonstrated was presented to the ,council I ing in the Valley Gazette the past many counties have rushed headlong launch 'without stopping it, and occupied :
men all to these.parts. F ding in, the 'degree work and"spread" asking that dogs be muzzled only dur- month, bids were opened at the meet- into the game and issued all the way : the seat'where Mr. McElvey ; r
denUY atrsngers clump Warden Ca ora by the local Knights of ing the months of June July, August ing Tuesday night for the boring of from a quarter: of a million to a:'mil- had been sitting while he got on the '1 '" '
a palmetto the earth and in a few, 0menta Pythias lodge advanced.. and September. ,Ian eight inch well at the waterworks; lion dollars in bonds to build roads front end of the barge, steering 'the
hugged with Messrs, I Ihoon. Twelve esquires were. to It is more than probable the counand plant, and the contract was awarded' In many instances without any definite launch with a song pole, that reached
the vehicle came luir- er the rank of knighthood'at the 'meeting I I . ; to Joseph Raehn of:Orlando for 93.60' ieda as to where the roads are to be beyond the engine in the' launch.<. ,
Dykes and Beck: never of Friendship .Lodge No. 10, I a foot, the contractor'to furnish all built t what' materiel would be'beat to When we arrived opposite Shingle ..

-'ip cctngntthaththe eagle eyeof out Knights of- Pythias, the degree team has often i'ted'the Klsslmmee material and turn ever the well complete use or what it .would cost .per' mile Creek he asked what we would do t
of Welcome Lodge No., 9, of Orlando build them. I,
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word to the city. with this drum of gas on board, and
them. having J
was on ,L lodge, always a good ,
.game"GcHd)protector morning gentlemen. my conferring Immediately.the rank after'; the .,work, 'wasfinished : for the local organization. Mr. ,While the welt now at the plant fur i, The do not commissioners to of make Osceola county such- I replied 'you had better steer over y
the me propose any towards Paradise Island so we, can
1 O'Neal work being to
commended the
Carson and am good nishes all the water necessary supply -
name Is at Fraternity Hall the visiting i mistake., Before .they undertake any leave it at Meiklejon's dock.? He started
is Sunday, and yoJar.in accomplished in the Pythian movement the city still at the ratoKissimmee -I
this '
warden and members of the' local '
; Anything to *y T" team ' Osceola county.' Mr.JCaraon. r in lodge enjoyed an oyster supper atGeorge Chancellor W. J. Sears.. be only,a 'short while until the present ask our people to give up one cent of south end of the sand bar J ff Paradise
"We get you & Place, which had been '_ I
Guy's additional tax to
led and they propose certain but a moment after, the launch lost
Orlando, where we live we,are I. prepared by Friendship Lodge No. 10. N. P. Yowell, the genial department supply would be inadequate what character of material is bestto steerage and I asked what was
and wise way
it to
TX J, Dykes Grand: tore man of Orlando was enthusiastic the council deemed pre
A. Gaboon we'll W. J. Sears Chancellor of -very use in the construction of roads and he matter; receiving no reply I. got
Beck. Just let us pass on and M day, the State of Florida, presided as Chan- in his remark, tolling pare in" time for such: an emergency instructed what it will, cost per mile. to put it and looked back on the barge but i"
on Clerk Gilbert was up
be in your, beautiful city J cellor Commander.and the 'routine many things of interest to the .local City ; down "
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nth. McElvey was jumjed on
local gone.
t, the first day of the first winter ma4 work of the lodge was finished by the Pythian to insert a notice in the papers Looking to this end they decided barge running back along it.,'ealline i
extend the sewer
.with penitence on our brow to sent time all of the team from Orlandohad' More than two-thirds of the mem- calling. for bids to at their meeting last Monday to makea McElvey loudly and about half, ,
School and the way-
:S ,sums in our,,Jeans. pleaded rriyed; bers of the loc&llOOa-e were in attend- between Osceola High' distance of 110 tour of the state accompanied by back on southwest side of barge McElvey' -
Methodist church, a
era." Those present from Orlando were: ance Wednesday evening and much the superintendent of roads the coun hat was fisting ran back '
I'll-meet bids will be.opened at the ,
tJo.rinMurphys feet with ,
righgent's. interest manifested in the lodge ,
'All' apartments W. R. O'Neal, supreme representative was '' meeting in JanuaryThe engineer and W. B..llarria'/ro. to the launch attempted to jump in,
Judge yt at John T, Dale,' IL C. Hammond work. regular routine work of the prietor o( the Valley but tripped over a rope and cut my
,day. Ta lao' and" may. you en.seen F. I L. Helms W. C. McLean, J. H. All of the visitors appeared to be regular auditing and for themselves the different materials face severely on the exhaust: pipe of; 4
answered such approVeing
ti ride homeward Holbrook N. P. Yowell, grand Inner pleased.with the work of the eveningaannde month as of, tnd'thecouncil used in building roads, learn what it my ,engine but managed to, reach
the at the local' bill., was disposed,
spread
Carson. O. N. Larson Jas. E. cost and see how it withstands use.
Orl dotted guard: Windhamr especially adjourned to meet the first around anu shut off'the'engine"then'
their word the Sloan and W. H. 'While the itinerary of the trip has
True to N. M., visitors: after the first Mondty in jumped back over barge and threw' rout
members of Welcome Lodge No. 9., The from Orlando departed Tuesday not as,yet been'completed, it is their the anchor. By this time the ,
Other Pythians J. for their homes on the modnight train. January, '1914., intention to over Orange, Lake \
visiting ,
swtik"Jp were .. go barge had swung beyond the hat, and
A. Blackwell of Ashton who is a .">- 7 -- ... - Marion!.Seminole Bradford. Voluala, it floated off.. I then jumped back in 11'I''
that member of Darlington. (8. C.) LodgeNo. Clay, St. Johns and Dnval counties! ,I the launch and tried to untie it from ....... :
,theirindictment' but plea on.undays,. 7; D.' B. Spahler of'.Taftj; P.. B. ., probably.as far north as \.iOlum- the barge' so u to run back to whereI .
they,had always hunted hought.f Wescoff member ,of- Angola ( slit) .. I Ibis and as far south as Manatee. In had seen the hat, but could*not untie .... .
else and the Thomas Alexis LodgeNo. fact it is the commissioners'.intention *
Little
had everyone No. 206; rope. I think about five minutes, t-
!? was a '
.. Mw .auch' :, 202, Bethany, Ohio; .Lewis Em- Will to Jo the job thoroughly before, re had elapsed when Mr. Fleming \ .
(,di 14 ones mono and O. E. Mitcel.Alexis'Lodge Board of Trade turning as they 'desire accurateknowledge came. I was'-having a hard chill by
know Os a coun- No. 202 Bethany;' ohio. and .V. H. along that line before they t-
a.: Mr: dWn't "' that, time from my wet clothes and
}y naa >ufc h .a man u T II r MurpbJ; Green of Unity Lodge' No. 86 of Fits- Meet Monday Night, begin work on a large scale.It the cold wind. He carried me to
on the bench and such a ma* as ttmr- gerald Ga. .. was the intention of the commissioners I Paradise Island from where I boned
Ion Canon a. game warden, ut it N- The amplified Conferring .' to begin this trip on Tuesday to town of the accident. '
'quired onl.twO minutes for t first the rank ,of Xnight ,was Riven .' la.t,- but the..chairman.E. ,L. Lesley, Mr. MoElvey was fifty yean old, ;
se 'r named distinguished official inform to the following gentlemen: H.nryBarre. could not possibly leave Kissimmee at and leaves a widow who states that as
the violators that there we no.dead W. B. Crawford. James-Buck A met orgeat,appeal i.ad. to the Members ef the. this time as he;' tn connection with soon as' the body is recovered she
ets,. EL Roberta, W. -Thomas, J.M.Taylor W, C.-Ba.., has recently purchased a /
; Beard ef Trade t. attend tht Mtetfef Monday airU It b will take it to their' Sooner_ home,
.SfSrfisasp, Thad. Olinr'J J._E. Roberts, tract of twenty-six thousand acres; of Youngstown, Ohio. He was member i
i. T. I... Walker , ohl,1lOn. 'J, H. imperative thai a MUM be selected t. represent the Beard .. I land;' which they are converting-Into of the order of Odd Fellows, the members .

S'&SttaBf'te"And' Redditt and Cr 1; D. Cams : 'the ..aIUsttkat, will have chart of the exhibit of a pasture for the thousands of cattle. :of which order, are doing everything .
t'k <<: Thf work of the Orlando team was they own. But just as soon as Mr. in their power to recover' the
ordering the .neriffjo ; very impressive and deserves much OaceeIa'cotrpreclacb at the MU-W".terF., to be held Lesley's business affairs will permit body and minister to the wants of
h reg. credit for the way in'which they.carried of his leaving, the trip will be made
,court, Judite Murphy re 'at Oiiaadb doriaf February,ef Beit year, sail that smaa caa the widow, and who will make all-arrangements
a pple had the class*through the ceremonies Another matter of considerable importance for the transportation! ofv
ular'nevv.eosnrr.da etntfes as though pi Id waters 'At the supper after"'the meeting . .. 'Bajaed ealy after aatherity'la-five the presideat. er is passed on by the Board at the remans to,'Youngstown. ..J:f!v.
court. I Irj remarks were JDade' by Hon; H. C. 'a. Aaother Monday's meeting-war filing the bond '
elected the
'of'tbe'CMID'T .by Btesabership ia .. ..liar. matter "
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Lewis .
Stanford and,, O'Bryan of this with the. state'for the hire of able- *
held l last n ht by the city and John 'T.- Dale'of' /Orlando. : of vital importance t. be'preseat4te the aiMtisis It, ,_ bodied convicts to work the roads, and that,..too, without th."I Uaua :'of .' i,

The 1fteetbal"'America Mechanics Reports ,from 'other parts of the l ?,the. prehibitioji"'.f drummers ...... goods .by retail -".... the gentlemen signing the bond being bond. i -y fib ,
Qtder hlghteof ;
J.l1Dier attend and much state show that the order,of - C. A. Carson Arthur E. Donegan and ,Our-- comm displaying ,
regardare
..' was unneually transacted well a ong wbleb Pythias is-growing at a good pace ......, ti .. HC.: .- Stanford either one of whichis a fine '''sense of the taxpayers : ;-. ., J) r
k66.lneas was two n me bera. and much interest being:taken .in the M% .S. J.TR1PLETT, financially-able.to sign a bond for and an'extra amount 01- good ",'
1Iiitiatloaof
Ube held work. Several-,, lodges have been many times the amount.of this one.' _' sine..sepse'in not listening to the K,, '
,i' .TM e1ection'of'offtcen., ,.t" its Jm nc nut organized and;fM. :lodges ,.are taking C JOHNSON' rratdaLS With thirty able-bodied Men and a pleas of the promoters and bond com-: : ."
b'i gys ;order and a at, urgent on life.' 'M''.'-', .. '' < .----6.--_ J -*. f well defined system .under the direction panics- to burden''the county.with a., o"
rip{ ,Thureday 'night, ''of .the : embers to }V.'R..O'Nea1' ; request J. made f topreme'represesftafti ve"of. 'wbW" -" ,,,\ <. fI:;. . ' :, is nothing to prevent Osceola county ,la"'l when the same ends. can be'yeaehy'' .4''
',' e on laandpromptly.at : f one of the oldesTWUe ... .". .. .. .'.\.1.- !.," 'v'. ." ."Io . .' 'L'"., .'".,"..t.='-'':'':', "';" "'1<. '. .I/' having asvgoodroads': : : as any county :edby(direct taxation with a smalT '
> la moat plea.ing proms OclJj ts of.PytMas ,5 rk In in'Florida'-ulihln the next five ;increase in read millage.P .. **, -
;foIj" artaIPd toJ.foUow:: the" ,...1.;_.,-- -, -' "...-. Jy .,',, .' ,- ,- - ., .,.r .- '. : . years. .
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; ,State hemist, Rose .Gives the service.latter giving, their beautiful bong 1:' l

7 The stories some of tho old members' ,
such as John M. Lee Geo. W., Bass
Reason for Knocking and John McPhatter will tell will be '.
;'most interesting, for upon them and BOYS !
I I others faithful has fallen t
just as much BOYS -
Mineral Fertilizers of the church labor and to them is due :
''much of the success and progress that, '1I

,'.", .t. ,has Ometo: that church. '
t A most cordial invitation ,is extend- ask for'' '
SAYS IT"IS AS DEVOID.OF FERTILIZER QUALITIES AS BRICK I I'ed to the people of Kissimmee to come When you are, touyiiig a Suit of superior Duality, | J
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; : DUST AND THE PERSON WHO BUYS,IT IS BUNCOED and join in these services and forgetI , -
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I for_ an hour the sordid side of life. Martha Washington ,
.. OUT ,OF HIS MONEY. i Let all who can devote one hour to returning , Ii-- :
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c..( ';"1"i' .. thanks to Him for His goodness i
and love and care that He has Manufadured The WEU The Greatest Known Name of the South.
'State Chemist R. E. Rose was in 'and Is-of puch formation that not one thrown around all our people the past By i

the city Tuesday and by the way, Kis.I I I per cent! of plant life is in it. It 4s 'I,yean 5"This . ,'
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aimmee is 'his' home and where he quarried by ,the train load and crushed meeting- will be;.the last' held - 'MeJ ';:Suits $10:00'snd: "Metl's Pants-$3:50'snd up.Boy's ;r ;,
comes to vote the straight Democratic to a powder, then sold to' the people in the auditorium. Let the people of 'up. .50 and up.
ticket at every election and while here as a high grade fertilizer at twenty I Kissimmee make it the grandest ever I Boys' Suits 3.75 and'up. .Pants!: i
ai took time from greeting his hundredsof dollars a ton. I held in this dear old' ,town.
friends to pay his respects. to the After hoodwinking the people ofT ....
Valley Gazette. Maine for a while it was run out of JUST RECEIVED '
JAS. JOHNSTON BUYS
; Captain Rose is entitled to be calle.iour {: the,state, when it invaded,, Connecticut ,
o dif-
first citizen as he built the first,,I where it met the same fate, then A new shipment of Boy's ,Suits and Pants of ;
house in Kissimmee and cleared the into Massachusetts, where its life was SIGSBEE PROPERTY _
first piece of: land but still he looks I I short; then tq New Jersey it journey-j' ferent varieties. High Quality ,sergeS.orfolk'I

much younger than some of our peot' I ed, where for a few short moons it1 i styles. Full peg top ,
pie who wore knee pants at the time J t i! flourished, only ,to die a sudden and COMPRISES FORTY ACRES AND and plain, double breasted ,"
the captain descended upon this favored ', awful death as soon all the farmers I trousers.. Sizes 5 to IS. Don't 'waste any tinie;
LIES JUST EAST:: OF u
and beautiful place. ] gave it a trial. Then it took a long /
'Of late Captain Rose has devoted 1! Jump and landed in Georgia but it j ,CITY ':LIMITS., but pick your Christmas suit right I now. ''a ,4C 1

considerable time endeavoring conVince -,I took ,those old-time corn andcotton -
the fruit and vegetable planters but a single season to tell,
growersr White the duties of Deputy 'Circuit -
that NEW MINERAL FERTILIZER! the company they wanted no Maine Clerk Johnston' are exceedingly 'RP'RI'SE. ,.
s .which has recently been put on rock mixed with Georgia clay; and .arduous, still he finds time to take a U
market in Florida; is about as thai now the bean eating bunch have selected in '
flyer in real estate every once a : : THE
Florida to work off their worth "t.r ,
? less as a fertilizer as could. possibly while, and this week he took over the '
be found less stuff. But here as ln*the other ,
Sigsbee property which comprises \ -
*An article appeared In the De Land states named It will be only a memory forty acres and lies directly along the _ JTORE '
in short time for the Crackeris
News of last week in which Frank a' marl road and opposite Rosehill cemetery ssiirim-e Fla.
can't'lool second
a boy you the Broadway .'
Vans Agnew one ofOsceola county's"most : -_ ,116 --
time.with the trick. .
,, same
citizens, credited On this is an
respected was property orange groveof
The of the
with making the statement that he headquarters company considerable size, but which suffered .
had used fl.ve tons of that fertilizer manufacturing this alleged fertilizer from until few- -- ', "
neglect a years
"
ia in Boston and the material of altitude
on his grove, and had better, results which it is made, is rock found'on out the ago 'when John Mclhatteleased it, the streets in the business section of the visitors to stay and be comfort actually be heard thousand from a great feet,
than he had obtained from ferti- which time it has proved profit. and at four saysa
any since St. Petersburg seats were placed and able, said Mrs. Van Duzer.
coast of Maine in
large quantities hear "peopletalking
lizer he, had before used. ; able. Mr Johnston will begin at once has to I pilot, it is possible to
_ ever end is good for no use under the, sun., were well patronized by the visitors Mrs. Van Duzer says she yet cart'wheel.., r
? .:.. In discussing th't.! .News article,!; to bring' this grove to the highest many' of them 'saying that was one find a place where the people generallyare dogs sheep, .
marching, transport
Captain Rose stated that Mr Vans The caotain was asked as to his state of- perfection. and its nearness drawing card to that town, that they as cordial]. and thoughtful Of a tramway ,cars, troops
Agnew was one of his best friends, opinion of the, Arkansas DrainageLaw I to this city will, make it one of the came south to be out in the"air,and stranger in their midst as the. county. artillery, cavalry, and this without
and he felt satisfied that gentleman: passed at the last session of the most valuable properties in this sec sunshine and when they had walked seat of Osceola county. training/ For scouting purpose,
a "tlad no intention of questioning his legislature, and answered that it was I until tired these seats seemed to invite While away they also .visited our aerial craft even in the present, star*
tion.Around
veracity as,to the merits of the new one of the best laws ever placed on this property hangs rather them to sit' down. At all hoursof Kissimmee friends'Mrs. A. B. Mor of their development, must thai "
I mineral fertilizer but that he spoke the statute books. But it is possiblethat e peculiar tale that runs .!!bout this the day these seats were filled with rison and family (in Tampa. most extraordinarily valuable.-Lon
unthoughtedly and unknowingly in the captain is in the same boat way: The man Sigsbee, Who, owned both ladies and men, visiting with They returned Sunday evening don Globe.
his letter Commending the fertilizer. with all with whom we havo discussedthe this property, came to these parts train. :
q I strangers, finding out where they coming in on the 2:45: the ,
% Captain Rose aside from his own question' that were member.of many years ago and acquired consid- each came from and where located in ''I. The losses by in national\ -'
,' analysis of this supposed fertilizer the House or Senate-they hadn'tread erable holdings and succeeded far the city. We wonder how many people real- forests in 1912 were lower than for
was armed with a mass of documents it; they just took the other fellow's beyond his' expectations in amassing "Why not have some seats along our ize the extraordinary extent to whichit many years, the aggregate number of 1 t!
'from the experiment stations ''of Massachusetts -.I word for it being a good thing. money but when the freeze of '95 pretty Broadway Main street and i is possible to hear from an airshipat acres burned over being 230,000, a*
New; Jersey, Maine and We imagine the captain will tell came he seemed to'turn loose all hold others It would seem like inviting night. A man. snoring, in ,bed can compared with 780,000 .acree in 1911.
Georgia, as well as'of our own state somewhat of a different story about and the desire to prosper appearedto I' ,
that law ;when he is seeking re-elec- I He had ------ -- - ------- --- -- --
and each one is to the effect that die within him. quite a .
New Mineral fertilizer does not con'bin .tion a couple of years from next' family but that fact gave him no llllll'il.tt
r! as much fertilizer as ordinary spring. :concern, and he left for parts unknown, ii i u m i i n mi miitt mmnmnimi ii !
v sand, and that its sale should be pro but was' later heard from in Cuba
hibited. CLOSING SERVICE !then in Alaska;. and then in the
But as to that part of the Philippines, but for some years he
tain Rose states that he is helpless, has b 'en'as one dead as far' as any
as the company manufacturing this FOR THE YEARWILL knowledge of' his whereabouts 'is '
,worthless stuff has no'agents in this j known. Under these conditions the CHRISTMAS
6 state, therefore there is no one to he left behind could not be
arrest and prosecute.. lIe further BE HELD SUNDAY NIGHT dispose of until his youngest child
atated that the only way he could became of age, which. event occurred
BY TilE METHODISTS IN
protect the people Florida from be- I a short time ago, with the result that '
ing'buncoed by this,company was by SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. now that beautiful property will be
telling the story in the, newspapers, :developed and made a suburb to our
.' and he, hoped,''that the press of the :city.
J state would in this instance, as it The meeting of the Methodists'foext
a does in all matters affecting the in* Sunday night in the High School auditorium : PRESENTSi
IJ tercets of the people give the widest will take the form of remi- TOHOPEKALIGA w

'publicity to the fact that the person niscence. There will be no__sermon, .. ,
yl J who puts his money into,that stuff but those who have been long,identified CAMP fiRE GIRLS ,
might just as well feed it to the fishes. with the church will,tell their experience ,
The captain has',gone to the originof as well as the troubles, the -. When you think of buying your ;,
this socalled fertilizer and has trials and pleasures incident to build ARE DELIGHTFULLY 'ENTERTAINED -
found that it-'was first heard of in ing the magnificent edifice that will HOSPITABLE.- ,
TilE
AT
4 Germany twenty years ago when it soon be completed and ready for,dedi. '
,' CHRISTMAS; PRESENTS.
'was called rock meal but, it proved cation to the work and glory of God. HOME OI-; J. F. O'BERRY. ,
BO ,worthless that it was run out of Among .the features of the meet -..:-- ;
the country and later turned up on ing will be a special song service, in i
the coast of Maine'where there is a which will be heard our famous male The Tohopekaliga Camp Fire Girls '

great quantity of rock similar to that quartet. The Wesleyan Baraca classas were delightfully entertained at the .- THINK OFr50METHING I t\T\ WILL'BE'? F.i.U 'FOR '
found in Germany. This rock is along well as the Junior League of,seventy hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. 'J. 'c . . i.. :
'
'x the coast of Maine for a hundred miles, members will attend'in a body, :F. O'Berry during the'Thanksgiving sMANY' '' SOMETHINGl l ,
E
c I holidays. On arriving at the farm p YEARS TO CO 'AS WE AS ;
'early Thursday morning they were ,
all the >r THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED . .;:"
scattered
soon over orange : :- -;- : "
KISSIMMEE., FLA. THURSDAY DEC. 18 grove which consists "of about eighty A '
*> acres, eating oranges or most'any- b l WE HAVE A ,FINE SELECTI N OF SUCH ARTICLES :
FAMOUS FROM OCEAN.:TO'OCEAN 'AS THE BEST thing else that came to hand, as they 1 .._- :;: .
')'' ''ZZ'.d. had walked about three miles'Jut THAT YOUR LOVED! AS WELL AS YOUR "'
ANNUAL .
3. TOUR I there and had enormous ONES o :
ACAII4ALL'MW'AND, : BETTER. No Other Exhibition Enterprise PresentsSo Thursday was spent in looking over y

Many I New Features, "Thrillers"and Sensational Displays. the O'Berry farm. On Friday.mornIng ) FRIENDS- __ _WILL_0' APPRECIATE. .. : WE_ LIST! A FEWt.-:-
r the girls were invited over to :
Mrs. C. D. Smith's home, about a mile ,
SUN 'BROTHERS'WORLD'S ,from Campbell Station where they
i i spent the day. Mrs. Smith had pre- ,
PROGRESSIVE :,pared a lovely dipner which was very ROCKERS, CHAIRS, DRESSERS, TOILET, TABLES,
much all. After roasting NOMY
I
enjoyed by : CHIFFONIERES .
CHIFFOROBES BUFFETS ,
and eating chestnuts they bade their SIDE .M

hostess During goodbye.their stay- the following, ; ; ; BOARDS, LIBRARY AND PARLOR TABLES, OFFICE' 'y

I / tIf animals were killed; snakes rabbits I DESKS LADIES' DESKS,. RUGS, DAVENPORTS, BRASS --
deer and quail. o
Those present"were, Helen' Bass \ \ BEDS, LOUNGES COUCHES, BLANKETS PHONOGRAPHS : ,.

7 d. \ : 7, / Laura Lilian 'Thomas Prentis Mattie Orpha Belle Rose Harris. Edna, ;, ELECTRIC IRONS SMOKING STANDS AND :., :

Schweikart, Ethel Roberson : Ruby i CABINETS. SHAVING CABINETS MEDICINE CABINETS J ,,
f Mu Prevatt Mildred Winn, -Blanche In r ;
gram, Georgia) Reeves, Leona Roberson HASSOCKS CEDAR CHESTS, BABY CARRIAGES, t
Ethel! Gilbert, Ethel! Lee and
Rose. O'Berry. Mrs; J., Z., Roberson i' TRUNKS, BAGS, SUIT CASES BICYCLES YANKEE {

: chaperoned.--the- club.. \ \ FLYERS HOBBY HORSES VELOCIPEDES. /


u ems MRS. fJ J.. VAN, DUZER : : A VAST ASSORTMENT qF THE CHOICEST PICTURES" ..SILVER KNIVES FbRKS AND-SPOONS, f

- .- VISITS ST. PETE ; ; CLOCKS, STOVES RANGES, HALL STANDS,, CASSEROLE. SETS JARDINIERES[ 'WHITE
., **
-w ;r,. -:--- :. SEWING MACHINES AND OLIVER TYPEWRITERS, VASES AND STATUARIESALL ,

AND IS IMPRESSED' WITH THE
AT RIGHT PRICES I '
IDEA OF PLACING"SEATS IN

THE PARKS ,AND ALONG. .
',,
ThIESTR: :ETS.', '. WE
INVITE.' YOU TO VISIT. OUR STORE BEFOR BUYING
.. .
;-- .A
..
Mrs. F. J. Van Duzer.. and granddaughter :

with, Miss Leonore Bertha, spent'Twitchell' Thanksgiving and- j WE" WILL PAY. YOUR, FARE HERE, AND BACK AGAIN AS WELL AS PAYKG THE: 'FREIGHT i ii iiii

father at St. Petersburg Mrs. Van ,
Duzer says her friends, ,the Twitch- .... ,
,
ells) have a'rvery" '':nice A home in the ... "
r 'J ,, Sunshine CityShe enjoyed her stay ii i .Leaders in ,Furniture and Housecurn shin s' i 'I
there much attending' ,
F t very recep-
AND tion giVen by Mr. and Mrs..Kob rson, ", ,. "
HOWS to the'G. 'A.41 post and ladies, Mrs. Your "F '' .
for.Businesi
4 ,, ,
.. '. .' Roberson'being' the president 'of the; d" VJ : .1 ?;
& St.Petersburg ,Circle :of the,Ladies : .
;
'* ;V ED GERMAN"ZOOLOGIC;INSTITUTION !of, the G. A. R. ': : "' i
,' _.T ''EUROPEAN TRAINED ANIMAL Petersburg'Ls ?"? ? :".., ' { : : 4"i
TOURNEY < "St. aline city, soys ;:4 S' :1 lVI"MEE'' '
.iI1E S.
?. .,. ROYAL COURT JAPANESE ATHLETIC CONCLAVE Mrs' Van Duze.j .butll..can. not se. ;e ,I

f. \K'"r' ' REGAL BLUE RIBBONED HORSE FAIR Kissimmee.any advantage It"is that a:larger city .has town.over'and , .;:; -S. It. _c" t, ... , .. 0 ,s ,. '. .' .

/ ;t WG"BANDS OF, MUSIC..1 STAR.ACTS AND:ARTISTS on a largei body of water but we have -; '

1 ; 25 U.TO-DAVE'CLOWNS T 10 ACRES OF TENTS people enough to;keep things lively t "
and more coming,.and 'our lake is FURNITUREJ.' .C"O "
,dt'1110j'9PBCIAL- RAIL WAT TRAINS OF '
; [ : DELIGHTFUL SURPRISES large enough to be pretty and Jf our I ha

!,!w! iampLSfw:PERFORMANCES DAILY; AFTERNOON' d NIGH! citizens the railroad would tracks get interested, moved,.from and get its , '. i. 'I.4 ,; ;, :..:. .

" QA's' u 6n"Don't mpiz/ed.This/ U*'nos ja'vejr| (the the beautiful streets shore leading to we to could the lake look there down ,l''f''a .. ' EMORY- RUSHmiimiii ''C, ., l 1:: f.:,..,\: .' >

1; 04JIMW9TWST'W. i OWLTf'WORTH; WHILE SHOW. ATTENDING would not,, be a more beautiful city : l ", } ,. ....L".,'.
:, Ns> Gaelhi.'No Grafter*.''No'Immoral IMUCI.;Can'other'shows'say;at much? in Florida or any other state."" , k .. '* ,.\'.
.
.i< likrl.Van Duer..stated; that :
> along
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tie V

*IDAY,:. P AMBER .5,1.13' V:

1 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY 'GAZETTE, .."*.Ait :. QLI -.. ',

cONOE EO morals of the United'States are"decldedly .I _-, .- qt4'OPPOfP00040004 J
I HE higher than those of any nation IFOREST n.sviUe, and, Dr.: W. P. Yocum, O..O..OOOO........ ..... .:lI''t:4.N+ M +
executive 400400 \
in Europe. We think higher committee Talla
on a i s
ASKED fl plane in this country than do the pea ..... G RAYST: ::;,NE:: :: G..A..SD Ts
SMASH pie of Europe. ,And we also fit our. AND

actions to our thoughts. For instance, OT INTERSTATE TO DISTURB FRUITANDVEGETABLE RATES, Railroad Are. u4 Dikes !t.,'.Kiuimme., Fla. t
L went into a restaurant in London
: COLD SI RAGE TRUST and wa.i shocked to,read on a placard CHARGES Now have ready for setting out
hungon the wall this warning: good many Florida fruit and veg Strawberry Plants Eggplant) Plants
"'No minor under 14 years of age growers have been somewhat Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants
GISftT will be allowed here.' as to whether or not the '
ft SOLVE
HIGH VYING "Think of it, no minor'under' 14. J I AND TALK express rates ordered-by the In Tomato Plants

am glad I didn't find any and to their Commerce Commission to be And will toon'have celery and all kinds l of vegetable plants ;
credit I may say that I didn't see any effective in December, and later
beat in 100 1000.,
CONGRESS M'KELLAR WILL minors less than 18 or 20." to February 1. would take that grow thiacountrJ', by or ,
,
ASK COM TEE ON INTER. CONCRETE/ place of the present rates on fruits Enquire of.. NICK ROGERO, Supt.
vegetables from Florida .
producing
STATE ID FOREIGN FLORIDA PARES to the market :
in otber states.
''4'-'( COMM -'E TO'TAKE' __ __ of' these shippers have noted _ __ _.- _ n __

II IN GAME.e IN ESTIMATESENT' were these new rates of the In M
WELL : Commerce Commission 'used
>Ii
lieu of the present commodity rates

e ,Washing C., December l.-i CONGRESS I and used by the express List ,
The aid of t 'ss in the effort of the TO BY SECRETARY I there would be a consider- Fancy Grocery : .
J Department! ustlce to smash the M'ADOO FOR MAINTEN. ming up,the raise In the rates of these Florida ., .
tlonal I and have made Inquiry of
4'Cold Stor 'rust and
solve in
part, the hi I, st of living problem, ONCE OF WATERWAYS. Railroad Commissioners whether I i ,.
Is ) the statement not these said rates of the Inter CustomersA .
promised beginning of the For The Choicest '
headquarter Commerce Commission would :
December i next week. Next Washington' D. C., Dec. 1.-Florida ersede \
and annul said
Among the the present e '
Monday sman McKellar has fared very well in the government rates fruits and ... .. .r .,-.. '
egates on
thor. of thfl prohibit inter. vege :
o the
estimates for harbor and river improvements Conservation from Florida points The Rail-
state ship overripe food-stuffs, for the next fiscal year. esters than Commissioners have written the NEW SHIPMENT OF THE VERY BEST ARTICLES THAT MONEY' ,

will auk t'Committee 'bers rotate of and the House The estimates sent to Congress today. tended any Commerce Commission ask "C'A'N' BUY HAS BEEN RECEIVED, AND IS ,NOW READY ", g '
) Foreign by McAdoo' i include the following
Secretary
the this question and
,. are now advis.
Commerce( rt an immediate in- :, pushed country, at by'the Interstate Commerce Com- TO:FILL, ORDERS. A FEW OF TIlE MANY v- ' 4liLt

vesUgation.1, For government postoffice at Palat- printed that its new rates, will not \' ., w i
The House mmittee Is i expected to ka, 300000. pared under any-rates that are now in ef. liLt
act prompt! joining with the legal For improvement of St, LucieInlet' estry which are lower than their new PEARL ONIONS' ,
branch of tI overnment in the cru- 10000000. l' estry experts prescribe which means that the PLUM PUDDINGS '
sade agains grs and dther stored For'additional work in St. Petersburg the best work commodity rates on fruit and 1\\ GLACED FRUIT QUEEN OLIVES ..I '
g Ods., The cKellar bill would bar harbor, 91,600.00. been done from Florida points to ,
from inters i> :commerce all food For continuing work in Tampa Bay, lumbering. and Eastern markets will .. 'f LAYER-ftAISINS: SPLIT, PE s' "
products wh' have been in cold storage $6,000,00. justify all ,be disturbed. -. / ,, r
for nor nan ninety days.Gary For removing water hyacinths from. made and HUNGARIAN PAPRIKA ") t,'

Congrwsnwho of Wisconsin, various Florida rivers, ,15,000.00.( ton of such YEARS ::t
For work AFTERWARDS KARR SOUP 'T BLETS"CIIAPON, EN GELLEE yr
dredging: in the Apalachicola d
has sis eel on the trail of the ,
"cold stora trust," will join withMcKellar river 1500000.; men.The BLOATERS' '
is Shown by Report of Pension PRESERVED ;
For work, Blackwater river ,
on $5- "
in Inanding a probe by the 000.00. Congress of Commissioner. *. '
House. Mlra of the Interstate! unanimously 4 BONED' CHICKEN FRANKFURTERS AND: SAUERKRAUT -.'" ,
For work on Holmes river $3,000.00.For . ,, .
and Commerce Committeehave mittee en '' commissioner ,,
Foreign report of the of : '; :
that extended deepening and clearing of the forward ; :" DUTCH SMOKED JIAMS' |; ,
given urance step ,
St. Johns river, $300,000.00.For lions, made up to July 1 of*this ." f e
"
hearings wi e held and the inquiry definite is interesting. It shows that ,'
work on 'channel from Clearwater SPAGHETTI ITAUENE
will in real) um into an investiga- harbor nizing clearly Civil War pensioners were ,
tion of the of living problem. to Tampa Bay, $3,000.00.For control and alive. As there were 2,772,408 ASPARAGUS ,; ... :1.
improvement Lake Crescentand f
Mr. McKhearings said today that if the Dunn's Creek channel on the necessity 'enlisted in the. United' States f" ; ,
the Intersate Com- work in Santa Rosa ,sound$3,000,00.For $5,. vector the ddring the Civil War it is SWISS AND ROQUEFORT' CHEESE .q,: i
merce Com ee partakes of the na- 000.00. time and that fifty years after the great: 4 '-r x
ture desire: separate investigation. For Florida water power about one-fifth of them are
by any otl legislative committeewill reef $75,000.00.a new lighthouse, on safeguard the pension roll.. : "fe

be unn .sarr. For aids to navigation on the St. his 'I The Confederate force which fought Just what want---we have it '
"When t uestion of cold storage Johns river $56,000.00.For The at odds of about four to one' was phone you :
products Is toughly aired" said Mr.McKellar aids to navigation. in Tampa made up of composed of more than 650,000
nsight will be obtained Bay, $12,000.00. qualified by Many of these veterans receive
into the liv /. roblem." in all its from the different states, but .It
"The wa i a beat down the priceson chairmanship laws of many of the ,Southern W. B. Makinson Co. ; : :
the ne<< ties of life is' to beat: HEAVIEST CITRUS president of .' deny a great number of these
the game 10 cold storage operat- Civil pensions because of their in
ors, who c r the market by hold. presented Civil War veterans of the '
ing eggs other food-stuffs, for FRUIT SHIPMENT principles States army are given pen-. D. R. Blcnis 'Store Broadway and Dakin
months at ube e. Ninety days should regardless of financial condi '0 $
the limi I believe.1 shall make great value r

such a sho before the House Com- framing the The report of' the commissioner of ,
OF THE SEASON
mittee tha fisUtlon will result, to convert shows that Ohio leads the
,
schools recently First Convict-"They. say It took
inactivity in New York city public
f'l am gr i d that the Department with the' largest number of Talks Milton fifteen days to write one pap
into and
Justice ordered an .inves ig ment a 77,599 followed by Penn observed "Safety Day. '
of r of book. Second Convict-IOThat.
the seems vation by with 76,618 New York, 68,- readings about the avoiding of accidents a i Ii}. t
that ,
tion, and ito country WENT FORWARD LAST WEEK ; of ',thousands nothing.. I've been on one_sentence a
be beh the .general movementto The fact ; Illinois64,482; Indiana, 49987; ; impressed hundreds six: years and I'm not through yet."-.t
to smash storage truct I not only of 39,490; Michigan, 34,298<< of children with the necessity Ohio Penitentiary New..: ' v r
receivi: jundreds of letters commending the highest Massachusetts 34.124.Pens.cola of eternal vigilance in the crowded '
am
Success Is the of
offspring audacity.See :
-
have been but FLORIDA VEGETABLES HAVE actively streets.
n ill; there are .. I
two critic and they came from BEGUN TO MOVE AND IN power 1
dealers." TEN DAYS WILL BE ROLL- such men as
Congres Cary, and other mem- Stimson ,Mr. ;
bore of th .use, will join McKellar ING FREELY. Lewis'B.

when he a the Interstate Commerce upon a ...
'Coitimitt.*t get busy. It is prob. gram and '
able that .)"'"? will be under way FLORIDA CrIRUs.SIIJ.PMENTS' 'i the emphatic 1"a .
thi srdaysMr.. McKellar Cars moved last week ,'__-..-_.;1,464Cars servation
before
said today]would consult the chair- moved week before last _.1.286..' of the public Our Beautiful $' ,. 'A' e .
of k mmittee, Congressman Total cars moved to last S t..5.162' and the ,
man tlf ,
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 28.-The
Adamson, [soon as the latter returns I complish
the citi The committee..should movement of citrus: fruit last week work. All s
to the opening day of was'thf heaviest ,so far; this season, hope that '' -
qul on
have! a ; Christmas
;
the !new Ison. when the embargoon as 1,404,,carseweretsent, out on an will promptly ;., is'v,
legiil will be removed by,the average)of,209!cars\\'dailY.4 The ,past i ia, so great j Kftftt.ji1 JUJL. HB > TJ AjAA ',% ,,J.' 1
and all the committees weekithe'n-v! 1 vementghas.been! considerably
House, leal 4, ....
'df mto business after monthsof lighter as most of the packinghouses
may mactnL get" have shut down or only working $ E

Several 14;i-, bearing directly or Indirectly half time and will not begin ship ..
high-cost-of-llving ping heavy until about December 10. '
the
problem ,*lOW before the Adamson The market is off. There has beena /TO Full of new ideas, coming surprises; '
Aich will be one of the considerable decline on most mar, .
committ duringthe kets this week. The weather Urn feat- U <
most reirujf-actil, j louse session.committees Congressman past week has> been too warm and happy hits, novel and desirable R

of I tsiylvania has a bill placing sultry in every section of the state s
Vare a t.J lonths storage limit on and Shippers are aftraid the fruit N ures. You cannot find a better place a
Mr. McKellar thinks moving will .not hold up well. The

food-stuiq ninety d.i, 'Aould be the outside. cold snap two peeks ago did much. DECEMBER 1 just the right thing for everyone.
; an Murdock the Pro- fo color and sweeten the fruit, but to ,get ,
lrgngr\ House is spon- after the cool weather it has turned
the .
ir in
ive ,
F'
grcH
sor for : sion V to create which an would interstate have I too tions.warm for good. shipping condi- PROMINENT\ Our new stock i is full of attractions to buyers who- appreciate superior' J

jurisdict trade co' nit' Investigate; and correct. Large fruit Is no,' doubt going: to ATTEND and really desirable Holiday Gifts of the latest design and beat quality:
,bring fancy prices as who
resultin growers
which
cold stor combinations fortunate enough to have their WILL : line of High-Grade ,
stale and high prices. are We offer a .splendid ; '
Other '-trust bills which bear crop: running to largo sizes are standing . .

indirettlquestion a e>the been high,introduced cost f f living by Coast pat growers for a who good have figure.oranges East run- All ? goods at]: fairest prices. ,,

Stanley, Difen- ing to 150s and 176s are asking $1.75 I I the and requirements of our patrons, stocked 5
Congres; m Levy of Florida Well adapted to wants
and and $2 box f. o. b. It is reported
per
Cary.
derfer (hey, Lenroot Republican, I that all packing houses of the Florida", announcement with most appropriate gifts, inexpensiye remembrances and valuable presents.'
a .
Cong in Cary meeting of .
nonpartisan Citrus exchange will shut down December _
with the [
la{ in association.
sy y
F effort of rtbers of Congress and theDepartu 13, until after Cbristrnaa.Jacksonville of the oc.oo o Oto.ooo.oooooooo o oooo ooooooooo.ooooooooo.00

; of Justice 'to relieve the approaching '
Fla., Nov. 28.-Florida '
consume"Dow tth public.'.the cold ..torage'trust.? vegetables have begun to move the Key over-sea'West,. If you want the good''quality, the right' article and the reasonable. price inspect: our line or :3 t 3
"I will be gladto and by December 10 beans tomatoes ,
Mi .
today. desire of
said >ty I ICommi cucumbers, and cauliflowerwill a
Commerce peppers
iro b ache Interstate that be rolling freely. Twenty cars of the- trip over;: Clocks:
requtst
mind add my had." i lettuce moved last week and shipments engineering. Watches Jewelry
an invCLAIAYS' ation i: shall be were heavy this week but would good,rate has : . .,

have been muchr'heavier if the weather ofthe,,
had remained cool so as to prop to January 1, Etc:
$ erly head up the plants. Most vege Florida are -t$ Silverwear, Novelties ; : 1 @ ;. .

table crops are late and the market is 1913 to
practically bate: of tomatoes and rates for AND A. MULTITUDE OF SIMILAR ATTRACTIONS THAT MUST 'BE
GOOD beans. A large portion of the' bean been SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED . n
tels has ,
crop which is generally marketed in , ,
the fall from the northern part of' the the numerous' 4

TH!. ] COUNTRY state was 10 hit, and hard markets by the frost have of to November be. ttf boarding all 'who .j ,.. o. o 00 0.000 0.00 '0.,0, "O 0000.00.000.0000000000000000000' .0 '' <1r--'

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+ which peppers were planted have. ., started late. --to Tomatoesand : move.-. ed'tractions.States; It . :Come and look at our holiday goods.-: they have' "

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Was nth; D. C., Nov. 29.-Repp _r_ f_r prominent mentthey '
; Frank, Clark, of GainesK NQ. BANQUET department; { and '
resent p in the latest most pleasing -
tour ., Qur assortment contains great variety very
here from a place on'the :j I '
rille, I is back The story is told of veteran of t ewar' '
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liedeclar fail l.tomeet ..requirement
be' novelties of the season.which'cannot your j
in Europe. will giv I-
of mo |"tW- a month abroad IsKcure between the states'who returnedto ; ... '
Jfttt short visit the' home of boyhood-to'attend Sheats Dr. J. : I,

.uttlci any person,of Anglo-mania. a banquet given by. the old boys, says the ,. For present 'for the right at {
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mania] Illy, other foreign better the Buffalo Times. The .diners were Conradi and right ; person. ,
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and It learned that be all the had known as youngsters. '
,Am.r' it that be possible&; for Fiord his: He men expected:them to talk"'over,old nent men,'teacher, < -, ,-" ; the 'right, price, come to us j b';
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talked i incessantly
brief ce in times. Instead one "
,Ida r lllentative dec fef'U about his bad .liver; ., another, discoursed Persons :. ? DO ;,NOT FAIL,,TO-6EE-OUIU&PtErfDID ASSORTMENT AND ,JAKE*:!

would] Ioney' well on his weak-'heart! 'a third trip to Cuba .. _ / ,:ADVANTAGE, OF THE INDUCEMENTS: OFFERED' ', 'r '
.rum avid afford & had a lot to'say about his kidney tickets from SPECIAL'' ATTENTION CJVEN JO.MAIL ORDERS :;,I ; l
Arne to''' foreign shores trouble, and so it'went on. When. the 6ns(> fare:$ t:
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count.., l4y have at home. .home- asked how he enjoyed the bas p e&'. cpbrraiodations\ *-.
l "I r"ily didn't appreciate'. "Banqnetl" he replied showing vexation To all' -' ,.' ERaila
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poses than was collected in 1913, ,and nearby station,. Fairfax, on the 'West.. ty,. Va., .takes its name from a post 10 CENT ?i"CfSOABTS" '
WASHINGTON'SSURVEY
TAX COMMISSION I we shall insist on same proportion for ern Maryland railroad. It has been presumed to have been set by Wash-
state taxes. assumed that in running this line, a ington as orj of his survey marks. TOR LIVER rAt) BOWILfl
I' "We shall appreciate a few lines high peak northwest of Orange courthouse The post, formerly exposed, is now "-
ASSESSES PROPERTYAT from you, stating that you will comply GETS' THEGOVERNMENT was the starting point, and covered by a protecting case whiCh ...'
with the law and work in harmonywith from here it was possible to see a.distant shelters it from the weather, and from Cure Sick .HeadaoJie, Constipation,
the tax commission, and assess peak in the North mountain the despoiling hand of the vandal Biliousness, 8our8lm.ch, Bad
FULL VALUE property in your county for the year 0. K range over the ,top of the intervening Breath-CandyCitiartlo..
1.914 at its true cash value." \ Massanutten mountain. tourist.Why (the Line la Retraced.< I Washington, of course, used a simple The reason that this old Washington -
GETTING RID OF TilE compass and his line could not be survey line is being retraced is No odds bow bad'yes liver, stomach

u 'ORDER SENT TO, ASSESSORS. COSTLY CATTLE TICK WAS ONLY 19 YEARS OF AGE obtained expected to by check the government absolutely with survey that because chasing the lands federal in this government neighborhood is pur-, aches or, how bowels miserable; hawinnji;mi your are from head

4 ors who have retraced his survey us- in connection with the new Appalach constipation. Indlgeetl
Allover the South the cattle raisersare ing high-power transits and all the ian forests which are being acquired aad .luccisbOOw.I.-, ra always biliousness get
co-operating in the. campaign WHEN THE FUTURE PRESIDENTRAN refined and accurate methods which at the headwaters of navigable relief with Cascareta'rhey, Immediately
COMMISSIONERS MUST DECREASE against the cattle 'tick this animal, modern instruments.,allow. Nevertheless streams, under the ,terms of the cleanse aDdtb..tom..
.f. THEIR MILLACE small though he is, has cost the South LINE BETWEEN AUGUSTA the ]line was run so carefully Weeks law, designed to protect these ach, remove the aour;otentloK food
millions of dollars and he will conk AND FREDERICK COUNTIES in the first place that but little variation water-sheds from the evils of defor- foul
and take'tit bile
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tinue to 'cost agreat deal of money has been found in it. Even estation. The government requires a from the liver and earn off the constipated *
VIRGlMA.
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r MOREMONEY FOR every year until he is finally eradi I without instruments it is possible to clear title before the land can be {:paid waste matter and poison
-, cated. distinguish the course of the line with for. In
COUNTY PUR making sure of the titles it is from the Intestines 'ant bowels. A
.jThe cattle tick is a little fellow, surprising distinctness: From the necessary, in many cases, to go back 10-cent box from refer 'wHl
4 POSES. but he makes his mark in the leather',, Government surveyors,'who have top of Middle Mountain ,in. the Mas- to original royal grants, or to colonial keep your liver and,',totals frnKKtst clean
: s business and otherwise," says the just been checking up some of the lines sanutten range, the Shenandoah-Rock. records, and to have recourse to resurveys stomach sweet'and they'! clear for
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Farm and Fireside."A reputed to have been run by George ingham, or Fairfax, line can be readily before the facts of months. work ,
They
The following 'leU r has been for. tick-free animal kept for beef or I Washington in his days of chain and followed by means of the boundary can be indisputably established.ownership I wha :you sleep.
warded by.the State Tax Commission, dairy purposes is worth, as an initial :compass work, have found them good. fences dating from earliest days, and -Adv.l'u't .
composed of John Neel John S. Edwards investment, seven dollars more than About 1751, according to tradition, by the blocks of timber, alternately -- I
and R. J. Patterson, to each one remaining infested; and when the George Washington, then 19 years cleared away or left standing, which III II I II 111111 11111111111 1'I'1'F+t1+s4
' ,!"After! thpreugh investigation ofthe'mode additional difference of $1.26 in th* line, between what was then to be at.the line, like squares in a checker-
? hide value. Augusta and Frederick counties, Vir board. Then if one turns to the south
and manner of assessing "The tick in abstracting his bloody gifts, this of ,east the same demarkations
being only a part a are plain
e property: in undasoegreatua differenceof of the banquet from his host, leaves punc- great deal of surveying, which he is across the valley of the south fork of Little Drops of Water and tt
state'we ture-marks in the hide, which when said to have been engaged upon at the Shenandoah, 'cutting straight
valuation and assessment of'
one
'w with decided converted into leather will not furnish that time. These two counties were through the present Page county,
'ew' ;county another we to.' the popular 'chome stock. separated from what was then Orange which is made of land formerly in
call the in
i',. assessors together 20th convenUon ) "Our great southern territory; including county, and the, grant to Lord Shenandoah county, belonging to the .
at Tallahassee Nov. and 21st.
.I the major portion of fifteen Firfax was supposed to extend ,west Fairfax grant, and partly from land Remember It J
"There were present together in cen. states, has been held back from rts ward to the Pacific ocean. Subse-I I formerly in Bockingham. Thus, as .
-vention forty out of the fifty assessors | rightful heritage of prosperity for quently these large tracts were further far as the eye'can see in either direction .
and?three,other counties were 1 1 generations on account of the insidi- subdivided, so that the "Fairfax this old,line shows plainly. -'h"C
represented by some member of the ijous activity of the cattle tick. A,,billion Line" as it is l generally known, runs The Washington now to .
v,1 S board of county commissioners of by dollars each decade will not now between Rocldn ham and Shen- be seen at the u. S. national; museum You csa start mm acceuat t with a dollar at tie.- ENStolwiO.
yy the tax collector; leaving only ..evencounties' measure the loss that must be chargedup anhoah counties, with the original in the city named for its owner, is BANK 1
OF
b not represented."We to the tick In the affected. KISSIMMEE.. ,
territory Augusta and Frederick counties to presumed to be the same one used in .
held a two days' session.discussing "What Tennessee has \ ,
practically the south and north respectively. running this line more than 160 "
I J various questions of taxation, completed in tick eradication under 'In. the organic act for the formationof ago.. years Aad that dollar,together with all that mmj be .added :
a tryjng;to get the assessors to agree to the direction of the United State. department
a in the two counties,or "parishes" as Washington's Marks. EARN 4 /-
Property compliance with of agriculture is being more Survey you % ceatpeaad iaterett, ,
then it
called
they were was required
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i _id its true cash'value. This
The Fairfax
a slowly accomplished in moat of the Stone stands as a permanent -
that the line should be a straight
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j ority' declined to do, many stating tick-infested states, and the end of the from the head springof Hedgman monument. In addition there ---*, .. "
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are throughout that
: reign of this mighty mite is at hand. river of the of the section of the
one Rap-
f.. a s te- assess property at less than The battle has been won by the simple pahannock to the sources,.head spring ef, the. country,various other records of these You can't hold all the money that comes into; aDd butit
value your ,
that
t. true) some stating they practice of dipping at intervals all Potomac: I Washington surveys. For example, a
'et, only; assessed it on a' basis of 25 per. affected stock conjunction with systematic large white oak which stands at the i il your duty to hold some of it.
,1-: teem' ef its true value while others'avavessed ,quarantine regulations. Since it was required' that the line corner of a farm about one and one-
It f m that rate to full cash Florida has not yet installed many should be straight it.was first necessary half miles from Lost City, Hardy

w't.:;""loe,-'nA '. ;;eopnUee having the dipping vats, though they are quite to get the approximate course county W. Va., ,was, according to a I Why hot ,try making a fair allowance for expenditurei'
...... common in' Alabama 'and Georgia. I by building large bonfires on the in. persistent story of that section of the *n cI
' t- fhe 'CIr' seton advised them When in Florida .tervening high, points. Then starting country marked by then trim down deposit
county can Washington. -- '
: every : enough to permit you to 'make par
from the of the Massanutten a j
'dtihafif all basis top at
they
,' agree on a boast some of them and the cattle !"Survey blazes cut into trees, and .
.. ?o* SO per,,cent or''more they would not growers all use them, the eradicationof mountains, the line was run straightaway since grown over, have been cut fcwav. bank as a guarantee against future'neecL.. Consider' this t.tear '
:; for the 1914 try to enforce true over intervening mountains and
year a the costly tick willbe easily accomplished.Pensacola and a count of the annual. layers,of .
\: stsh value ,......ment. This ,they rivers toward the northwest. __ ; -
growth the 1.
!ournel.: over old wounds shows deposit as a'debt that most,lie paid from your income. ''V will iA:
i flailed to do, and now'in compliance ; .. .- ... .The Fairfax Stoner them to.have been'made at the time .
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doom ion, we notify tax as-i West is .
every now Virginia a large strange thing; about"these blazes is '
;.wuwcfuat for the year 1914 each one Mark Twain>so the Pathfinder tell. rock known today 4s Fairfax Stone.It I that they are several feet higher than )
( sT yoaf must.comply'with.the- law as the story,'wa/ walking on,the streetin is the monument which mark the 'those put on trees by-w odemea of to
In'' sections'' 13 to 20 incln6596 New Orleans when he met a color.ad southwest corner*of Garret county day. This fact has given rise to a r
I ,of the laws of .woman-roth her youthful Md.< the southwest corner: of Preston sort oft superstition that .
lark Washington, '
tts.ad'assess property 80 this Is the little girl 1 eh 7" W. Va. and '
county prominent points known to have been
very tall was actually
ralua, said ,to bjhe as she displayed her chil in the boundaries in two other West a giant authorities I:. Citizens Bank Kissimmee i
'on-tha1:boards4 of dren. !' "And this sturdy little urcbla Virginia counties. A Hne from the have said that Wahap lom did much
fH s sl BiBV iawlMMBars:decreasing their In the Jbib belongs" ,' I-suppose>; to the. Orange court.-house, coinciding with of'Ms work ra horseback, and made ARTHUR E. DONEGAL. WEAVER ':
fa' the increase contra/fy sex. 4y .P. K. .
i to. the Shenandoan and, Rocldngham his blazes with a long-handled ;
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,RIll y.for..county par ah JKt'. a girl, ; ,1P-' Stone> wldstt'c1n8 this name,tj A ,The town of Whltepost,;Clarke eoua- .
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!:e away their money by buying worthless presents,, when the same 'money '

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Something Wife Bags,. Sweaters and Jew- For The HusbandLadies .

': .. Ratine,.Coat Suits, elry. We have .a e utiful. SHOES FOR EVERYBODY '

: brown, blue, ;grey and line of the latest fads in All-Wool Woorsted. Suits .. u. ,

!, black. LISTEN! From now Neckwear, Ruching '.R ufand'' Overcoats that defy )FOR ''WOMENi FOR''MEN! ;, ,

'g' until' Xmas 'we are cutting fling, ''etc: competition, and welcome Queen Quality-The acme of Ftorthelm: -:Gun Metal, Tan ', ? ;i.

I prices on what we, have left Holeproof Hosiery I : .A nice I the most careful f investigation success) The shoe for the stylish and Patent English Last, Swing 1,

' fr In-8tock.' This cut price applies pair'' of silk hose would not, arid criticism. $15 and particular lady. Do not let Lasts$5.00 only.and; .regular conservaticei. :,L:.

only to coat suits 'be out of-place. them poke other shoes at "
s"r up to $25 less ]0--perCetlt you .Browa.Shoes- r and cay that'"'They are'just as
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i'' ::1 of merit that can be selected from' time to nall-on-to that suit. thing that, will, be accepted: : In For Children: Buster Brown',

our great stock of Merchandise.' You save 1O per cent. Hats the place. of Queen 'Quality. ..Buster ,Brown I
l We cannot mention'them all here. blue, black, brown and $3.00.up. to 500. you know 'em. e' }

f We. Will have a select line of green .$3.00. Shirts, :

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\\ ;, ,< CLING) the night atmosphere should be more be brought about> the disease could primary Instruction-Mrs. C. S. June I
MOST OF US moist than that of the day becausethe never be renewed unless the germs of OFFICIAL PROGRAM. chairman of kindergarten. West Palm N.GINE'JK.;# ( : ; (
sun reduces the percentage of hu the'disease were brought in from Beach; Mrs.:?;,A. B.; Curry chairman ti :
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i midi y. But why. should dampness. outside sources by persona actually. '' primary department %:::West Palm' 'I R > ' V ti
T PREJUDICES cause sickness T suffering from the ailment. It is a J ,OF MEETING OFSTATETEACHERS Beach. ,, ,{s 4 cycle, and'2 cycte; "
The truth is, it doesn't. The cool. disease which once completely eradicated Department of Classical instruction. "aBOAT"SUPPLIES '
er and damper,.hours of the day and from among men could have no Department of rural schools, George' .. ROW BOAT MOTORS.
i AND TRADITIONS night favor certain conditions whichare further existence 'therefore although M.. Lynch, chairman. (To be organ.l '
;,,_ offset by sunshine. Travelers in it is less prevalent in Florida ized at the meeting of the associa'
Africa and other remote and little during the cooler months of the tion.) ,. aS. : ( I.
--:-: ,inhabited sections of the earth declare owing to the lessened activity 0 rear. Wednesday<"'evening, December "
. that night is the time when the.wild germ-bearing }noe it' is never '1913, 8 o'clock. Place to be supplied. Save'' the Agent's Commission;, r
GRANDMOTHERS KEY WEST DECEMBER 30
OF DEPARTED beasts of the forest' come to the wiped out and the danger lways exists I AT Music. t; x r""
: I streams and waterholes.to drink, and summer and winter Vigilance Address, Dr. A.A. Murphree, president Write us ,a card 'and we wiM", ) .:'
($ the the."hours' of darkness.should not be relaxed in December or W. J.. SEARS SUPERINTENDENT ,of University of. Florida Gaines, you'how. I ?
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, CERTAINTIES OF to forage for'dinner. Their roan and January any more than in June or I ville. -- i I v
:. THE YESTER.J'cries often make the night hideous. August 'The screens should be in OF SCHOOLS OF OSCEOLA Address, Hon..N. P. Bryan United +
; .DAY ARE THE' But Africa is not alone In the posses good working order every month in i COUNTY WILL RESPONDTO States ,senator from Florida .Jackson, BURROUGHS ,MtMEEKBf494p '" r.I +
I TAKES OF TODAY_WE lion of untamed wild things that the year. ADDRESS OF WEL ville. -4 Jacksonville I Fla. ; Ij
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ARE UNCERTAIN! WHAT'' I Ir roam about at nig it... Florida has its This ia one of th. things we know ,. COME. Thursday January' 1914. 9 a. m.i ,., .;, ,e
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y TOMORROW WILL ,share even ita civilization and densely. more about than our grandmothers ,,' Music United ,.States Marine band. I -- ,f!',
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populated centers Invocation. WHERE,:IT OUGHT/TO..
r BRING. population the greater the danger. I The following is a list of officers, The Teacher aa a Force In Civilization ,Ftl, ., t
r..\t.4.; -' ", These wild things fly: about in the START LIVER v of> the State Teachers' Associationand Dr. A. P. Montague, president of ',A' hard-headed ; at' a.' s s sin
\ : Is most of 'us-cling: to dark'hours seeking a living and incidentally -, YOUR official program for the meetingto Columbia College Lake City. New York hailed with deli ,
I} r" W.-that that have scattering trouble.. They be held at Key West December 30 Peace Movement (to be arranged) conviction by the courts of h
n traditions
/'>. M?, our prejudices,dwn to to us from our do not roar but the bulling of their j DON'T ,STOP;WORK to January 1: Dr. Edward Conradi president FloridaState nent man who had stolen mi i .,
" been handed with all the veneration ,wings we call singing but the word f, President, Dr. J. L. KelleyrGamesville. College for Women, Tallahassee. means of bogus mines, rel*' sPathfinder.
f,, grandmothers of 4s an undeserved compliment; \ But a friend of t
II that we' cherish.for the memories j The mosquito causes more.trouble Dodson'a Liver Tone Acts Mildly; )but Vice-President. Miss Nellie C.'Stevens I' Address Dr. W. L. Clifton president inal heaved a sigh'' and said:;'. ?' "
.our ancestors. I Florida 'than the lions bring to Africa Surely. Livens Up the Liver Ocala.' ' Southern College, Sutherland., old Charlie I His'heart's" ,tq the '
e The world is certaintfes moving changing of yesterday rapIdly -, and Florida is not alone in'this' And You. .Stay on.Your Feet. Secretary: Superintendent R. L. Turner : Thursday evening January 2, 1914 place anyway."' .t ,; 4i
r. -and the affliction for every state in the Union -"-- Inverness. 7:30: o'clock.* (Place to be supplied.) "Yes," said the hard-1 if ... i
f' ;: are the, proven retakes of today; 1 1I ',-ever far-away Alaska-has mosquitoes It is the experience of calomel users Treasurer Principal W, B. Owens c., Declamatory contest of representatives "and so, thank Heaven' is'tirs' r 1 ,
I t', and plenty of them In numbers that if they take enough of the drugto Miami. from Florida high schools. him for the next four,years If.!,; Y
I ancertain' J Jj and varieties. The disease-bearing have.the desired effect, it seriously Executive Cobtmlttee--For one year **J>V s
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day we mosquito particularly speciesthat day' -Prof. R. B. Rutherford Jacksonville
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i'' Science Is the mainspring of this pro-, -carries the germ of ma, ter. .But this is the least important D. W. H. Russell Fernandina; 'Prof.
j\ wile.,'* acTed our to the forefathers limit of their were laria'is the one that has brought the item, for calomel is often a dangerous W.- H. Cauthon, Gainesville! ; 'for two ' " ' '**" >>; > ; >*; ; > ahM'
. and up innocent night air IQto disrepute and drug and acts on the system violently. = Principal Burton Belcher L :,
I wisdom; ,the7"didn't have .the advantages would-I it II'to blame for what has been I Don't take chances willa'-calomel. years Quincy; Principal B.. B.,Lane Pensa-
we enjlo This generation if it was charged jto the'atmosphere of dark.. Get a bottle of the pleasant safe and eola; Mrs, Sarah McCreary Graham! i4 .
be unworthy of its ancestry 'ness., And it isn't fair. perfectly harmless Dodson'a. Liver for' three Dr. A. P.
Tampa
e not an Improvement, on all that have The night air particularly' In Florida Tone, guaranteed to take the' place of Montague; / Lake City'years.; Miss Rowena THE JURY'S VERDICT I : t" .-
gone before. 'and through .nearly every monthin calomel. Instead of making you.feel Longmire Tallahassee; Dr. W. F. Yo- ,
.. Allof' which is preliminary a. the' year, is enjoyable delicious in worse the next day it makes you feel chairman",Tallahasaee.' r- ,. .
1 talk:about night air. Therensid its coolness and refreshing reatful- better-and you actually are better cum ,
...:4't b*. a prejudice against the ness after the. heat and labor; Of the livens up the liver,regulates th. bowels ? Pro tram of the General Sessions. ;n" .. .. ,!(
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I ',1 4 Malnp night air.! and it still con n.t day. No, one a resident or'a sojourner and really rejuvenates .the system ., Tuesday, December SO, 1913'7:sap ". fl
1 nes. There.Is the sams objection to, here should be deprivedof!\ it, any better than this dose. ; m. Place to be supplied.' Theverdict 0f: 'the Jury of',:
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.. U that -we,u.ed to bear about. .whenwe and there ,is, no earthly reason\ why ,You arc; the sole Judge of its merits. Muqic-United. States'Marine, -band. f.
t were children and the reason assigned -' be' should be. ,If :-we can filter' th. Kissimmee Drug Co. Is fully authorized Invocation.* '"' "
in those remote days for'this' air, take'from it these Anophelesthe : to hand, you badeyonr' money Address of'welcome. trading public, is. ;that i: j
distrust was that darkness and mols. mischievous mosquito in question without question,if it fails to please RelponaWJ..Sean. superintend;;
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combined favored colds, lang harm. It is and relieve ent Osceola county, Kisslromee. .'
is left nothing to you- you.
ire -there Graves SId
troubles malaria and an indefinite lot not the air butthe, Insect that Is to Remember, if yoa, feel"constipated, Annual address, Hon. W. N. Shasta Ross Hardware
?k reallOlhaln't ', state of public instruction -
" superintendent
of other troublea. That j be avoided. and bilious what you needle DodJon'aLiver -
nOr' has It 1m. much Tone. A large bottle and a good ;Tallahassee. iI a
been improved Upon Nowhere is the screen so a necessity J..LZe11ey .
proved with age-it eouldn't improve a* ia Florida. It is more thana guarantee for 60 cents fronvKlssimmee Address-Dr. superintendent '
It was' never a real convenience or a comfort--the screen Drug Co. dT. 60-lt Alachna county and-president .1.. gives more'lj
ef the. association, Gainesville.

l,:...I. ;'-in'bed the and doors about and the windaws living,, rooms over ,the to .HER ONLY ,CONCERN Announcements.December Si 1913, 0:30.f.1. ifs the $ than'any store, of' ;thel;, _.
abodes of.night.'What' the food and around earth closets Sir David Baird ''of Newbyth. belongs Wednesday. ,. : j .
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ch.miCal "constituents'. that are Protected by screens summer and The first baronet,another Sir David '- _-
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relieved of a famous Anglo-Indian soldier Training for Work Rural --
was
Ufa in Florida is
needed to winter, '
the urged againstit who\ early' in his eareer' bad the, unpleasant Schools: Hpn. Shelton Phillips, Z> trading : v
,''pened and to it.1.I'.S&3gi5Sfi moat,by of..those' objection who-dont know. It is experience of being thrown stale inspector of rural schools.Address o. ,your heriJ: ;
Into Black Hole of Calcutta dur Dr. Knapp field agent of '
'. malarial tha :
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the liability
Creater from '
qor.onona cbneerou.. No one qua.tloni .- freed .' Inc the Mutiny: says Pearson's Weekly department .agriculture, Washington it. is appreciate' :' ,
< pr but if,the trouble. D. C'Wednesday ., . ;
.I' th4yslne Of snnutht While"thift, ; state differs" In thia respect .' .. .. .4' i
1. shining all the time, 'dark.. other'' southern state, Like'a number of other eminent soldiers afternoon, December>> "81, ., A .)ff' "
..re' no '
from
lined sun onl7. by. oeculonal cloud' we Ita longer continued warm seaaona-- he; was, not. blessed'J'th'! tooaw..t. 1913 2, o'clock meetings; ,- ...hOe.;-; : I ;',Be'Sirr*. to Seethe New Line: H of,/iiriiitqfW' r S"
11' I don't Department pro. "-
'and when his old
temper,
tbawe ia a
aCe
ba"'troub ill1 the mosquito
would about'>to ' !,-, ; 'season make which the subject' more Import. mother was t91dtbe. ; prisoners the grams! will r appear,on' ;.the;' ,"t final< $ pro- ffl: : l Utefal,Chrutmat,dents'atthif".rnfffluflliflnuuflHIRuflftIuhv, "I'4iI ; .
: )ldIow e'tdacipy' Uve- ,
:t I. gramJbr.December.- ; ;
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: ,Tbf -well ant.when It has''''particular,Hgnilcanca Black Hole tied...togehter', 'Department of High Schools.',W.,B. I ; ,
.lcoxabout quite a. only comment wash.' ,
'ia 'in other localities. "
ht OOD. near digsooc rHeaven help th.poor': man that'stip Owens, Miami. _
: Malaria ia a disease that : .
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A Dlr.- Edna Cay-:
Lt son, Marie Harper Eva Johnson, Ed, yy; "' !Ii
IS HERE na Kritz. Alma Kritz, Edwilla Bruton,' ; :-" '. .
Frank Arnold, Harold 'Burkham, Elbe y; ,
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Crowe, Graham Willie 't, "' "
1' .. -, \ ( ... 1 ..- , Joiner rt Arthur Dowling McCown, Roscoe Ty- .j .. .. f\\I.r '
Norman LaMartin, . .. ..
ner Yates Elvin ''II
J' We: Have the Boots for, ,.$6. SO Earl Ewain. I '.
B. Dir. Wayne Walling, Leroy Sullivan
Ivan Flint Eustis Peaks, Lyle
Bass Willie Gilbert Tracy Canova,
Johnson .Dann Milton Bell, Elton Anderson
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Red Shoes For Children Frankie Tyner Edith Osgood, 11
", Mary Coleman, Margaret Cozens
i Neva Lee Harris, Eunice Rivers, I i
Christine Gilbert Helen Hoyt Winn -
\' j Lettie Holtzclaw, Ruth Starling. Elon At HomeGeorge !IiIi
t Come and See! It's a pleasure to show our food Tiner, Louise Young. I !
I >I' Second Grade. i .
A. Div.-Alice Buzzah Eddio Bass,I
FOOT Alma Harrelson,, Fred Evans, Elmer !IiI
Dutton-Harris Co. I, Schweikart, Ralph GufTey Louise
;., FITTERSI Jones, Plese Johnson, Marian King,
.,..._. Harry Outlaw*, Edgar Rogers, Ella
't. May Owens, Hazel Outlaw, Sam Down- b
ing, Anita .Powers R. D. Thomas, 1..1
't. Ethel Rogers, Olive Rutherford, Isabel I
*' .Tyner, Mabel Weidler. Blackstone lecturer of national
I i" I B. Div.-Arthur Bullock, Bascomb Irving, a

Henry Lane, Fred Sullivan Lupfer, Paul, Frank Grubb,Crowe Ruble,I reputation, and "Better-Town Promoter" by profes '
f D. 1 G WH&KER IPHHHCE BGEKGY
& G Bass, Thomas Quirk Will O'Neal,
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; ... ... Howard Cook Bertha Wits, Delia sion, has Writtenook called "My Town, the message r
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Eula Bowen, Janette Griffin
Ladbettcr
,. .,, Successor to Arthur E. Donegan Agency Mary Roycroft, Pansy Outlaw, | << of which : he states is"Buy at Home.;" The !
: Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246 Virginia' Fansler Elizabeth Satlerfield !
\ 'M Marie Ogram.Third Grade .Springfield [Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr. Irving !x

S ; A' General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most Ruth Ford Bowen Nellie Cora Woodall Rutherrord'Ivtvian Johnnie,, -' HiHi a priZe' of$500 for the best plan submitted for promoting i x

1 '. Reliable companies. Bronson, Zelma Bronson, Gladys Cal
; kins Mary Kritz, Katherine McKay, the interests of their city. He has studied the,
q We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegsn'Agency. John Lee, Elzey Burkham, George
r( ) without change-Your patronage is respectfully solicited., Poe Robert Buckles, Margaret Winn, subject in this country and'abroad.. Consequently he I
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Nora Lee .
Div>-Chauncy.Fourth Thelma Grade.A. Sutton. Jooeph I \ knows what he is' writing about, and the following

Sears, Vera Johnson Lewis Hirtzel quotations make strong advertisement the Buy- !
Y1 y1 $ Y1 y1 y1$ y1 y1 $$ 411 y1$ 1 $$y1 I1 V1 Wl 9t y1 Leal Herzberg, Verner Hart Lillie fI

:Ii Hansen Kenneth, Gladys Bronson Griffin, Edna Charles Bass,Pann Uly, ing-at-Home movement: r
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RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOMEAs Chapman Lee Church wcJJ[ James
Yi other interests prevent my living there, I offer for sale my Dietz. Leah Wilcox. I IHi "Every citizen of a community, farmer laboring man, profes i

ft place on from Fish St.'Lake Cloud., four and a half miles'from Kissimmee and equidistant Ruth B Dir.Hirtzel-Archie-, Velma Bass Hudson, Lucy,Lupfer Willie, sional man-each and all owe a heavy debt to their town. A1-li..f!

together too citizens of their fellow
Bass. many are objects charity from
This comprises 20 acrei of good land and has !Ii fl I
property over Fifth Grade.A. citizens in ,
I! 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing. Div.-Nelhe Bowen Cnrleon Bryan accepting community prosperity and enjoyments) with- !x
The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost Alma Cooper Gladys Howell Ila HiHi out giving value received." yg!

new story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two wells, Fansler Howe, Frances. Kritz, Georgo Dens, "A resident of a town-should always patronize that business in (
Fred Donald Maurice .
!Ii (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings Wilcox. McKay HiHi: his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference to

barns and chicken runs. B. Div:-Wesley Weidler, ,Elmo that business, the' owner of which resides out of town. This principle
I County road and A. C. L Railroad run through south end of lot Griffin Ruth Kritz; Lucille Whidden, applies to line of business." I "
every _
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Roberts.
+ with station adjoining. Telephone service with.Kissimmee and St. Dorothy I -
a Cloud. Title Sixth Grade. "So widespread is the principle of home investment that the .
to property perfect Price very reasonable and terms .\. 'Div-Jessie Bowen. Miriam
l' given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis, Box. 196. Kissimmee, Fla. Munger, Percie Oliver, Mattie Stan. German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds
j 37tf ford, Lucile Downing. urging that home interests need ,all ,local capital The general

$$$$ $$$ $ $ $ $$$ $$ $$$ Ilickley. B. Div., Dorothy-Christine Wells Kritz Loyal, Elmer Lane.. manager of the International Harvester Company told the writer I f' y

'. .Seventh Grade. that, is more difficult to Introduce their products in Germany (
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I .-Allie May Cummins, Grace than in other nation. When nation
Gilbert, Frances 'Tress, Norma Grif- any a acts this way is it not.significant
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[ C :EiSOt-T:: : F. .RMER:: fin. Blanche Davis; lesson for towns ?" -
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INSURANCE. Eighth -Grade.: Yes it is a significant lesson for this !
Sadie HiHi ; very community.
i "' t Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency11State Bryan Margaret Stanford -
Christine Ivey, Ruth HowellKatherine .
; Bank Building Jackson, Gertrude McKay Mary .
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i Howell Bert Wells. li1Yi

i, ;;Laura Thomas Ninth, Maine Grade.Witherspoon., I ::1: to 000'000 00000 ......00 0 0 00.0 00 to 000 000000 0 oc 0 0 HOOO 0 o.oo ooooo 0000 .......

M1y.. ,. t :'::";> Tenth Grade. ,. ..
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Frank Calkins. Maurine Dann, Hel- .. -. ,"..,,.."" ll" ,'. , ,:
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en Blanche <<
Vf >::1! !1.\\)< .Wi.1tM' iI4'1Jt! < Ingram Celeste HiI I't: .
; Moaeley, Georgia Reeves. Orpha Rose TU; MA/luATTAII' .
Marie Boyd, parah Clark. RULL BASS4MARKET "
G. B. Poe
Prop.
Tampa Special"A Twelfth Grade. -
4 Nellie Calkins, Alice Stute.OLL. I I- Across from A. C. L.SUtiea .f) Fresh" Meats of All, KIds I. '
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NEW TRAIN' BETWEEN TAMPA AND JACKSONVILLE "-;--

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COMPANY'r
I Atlantic Coast Hi S Dry Goods Clothing \. 'CLARKAftfEIKLEION: J I !Ii,
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ti Line_ ST. CLOUD SCHOOL,' FOR THIRD HiHi FumishiBgs aad. Notions I!I' Real Estate T !Ii ,,;.,'

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Effective. November)3rd. MONTII. ififi; .. ---:E;-
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; No. 92 gaily! No. 91. 'Primer Class-Mary Bracey" Helen ifiifi DUTTON-HARRIS SHOES CO. WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY '" ;;
Cisne, Ruth Cisne Cody Kirkwood
12:30P.M.Lv.M f1J30 TAMPA Ar. 4:00P.M. Harry McAfee lIelen McAfee, Cassie 106 Broadway! COMPANY I .
.. 1 1:06 PLANT CITY 3:22 " Padgett, Sadie Peterson Tiney Strat- ifi '
1'1 1 " .LAKELAND 3:02, M ton. ifiifi "' 1 ,. Y; '. ,11
2:43 Of to KISSIMMEE to First, Grade. KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.EverrtkiBg .
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3:13":,." ", ORLANDO ". 1:19. Richard Atwood, Forest Hashberger ",\ for tke H.... FRED ;
Clois Kirkwood Ernest Padgett, ... : .. M. : :
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3:55 SANFORD 12:35 " Edith Roberta. J. E. Rash, Maaager. "I :,'J''
5J52 M PALATKA to 10:35 A.M. Second Grade. = 5' Hudson and Stndebaker .
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: 7:30 "'M Ar. JACKSONVIlLE' Lv. 9GeA.M. Edwin Briggs,.Franklin Byng;'Pearl S. 5'H. .)
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Moore, Fred Junlata ,
SOLID TRAINS Reagan Taylor ; M. BREAKER Yi; p,
BROILER BUFFET CARS COACHESSeed .Annie, ? !Ii : .. '. !Ii
,Stops will only be made at stations shown above.' ry Waters.Third Grade. !!Ii"' ." ,Track Fanas,, Orange Graves aad City ", NELSON REALTY COMPANY !Ii
,. Evelyn Ashton. Mittie Baton, Grace 117ft /
y For information; and reservation call onJ. Conray, Virgin Firkin, Thelma Har-' ,I!Ii Property. rwq N.. t DarbagtoB A y.... '" !Ii ." 1Ii

( .v;. _. G. KIrkland,D. P.'A., Phone 132,Hillsboro Hotel Tampa Fla. ria, Charles Houck Pauline Lewis, S : :
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4 W.\U_, Craig, P,T. M., Wilmington, N. C., T. C. White G. P.JL Bertha Priscilla McClelland Peckham., Elizabeth Bernice Padgett,Pome- !!Ii F. H. LAWSON." .5 y; :'

ivy Roy Seimiller.Grade.Otis = Cash Store f MeKAY .. .' 1
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YT Bass/George Bennett; 'May- ;SiW ..'' , 10 Broadway ', "'
i nard Harris,,' Robert Ide ,Irene Low, .''v'a" I-: ?
Irene ,Obert, Neva Stratton. ,::. ; i '
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Irish Potatoes Una_ Buckley Sixth, Talmago Grade. Figart' ,,Ru-r x I., "">1:\.'; Mbto: Cash" :/: Grocery, ?1. ) "" .r aM.t4I""!r" HUNTER UD CO.. '

4r fi!?+M ." by Yeatman., ', t"i! :,. ';: '. Broadway aad HidUadw ...' iY'! Real.Ltate 'lu J' 't
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Choice Selected. Stock Kilpatrick, Ellsworth Yeatman. .: :" . .' , !Ii' '

'Improved Rose No.>,4 Red Bliss: .Clarence'. Eighth Grade. .. :'S.; ,. ;. W.,B. MAKINSON:CO. ' 'W.G.HANKINSAdding '!Ii'
; ; ". Triuttiph Easton, Bessie 'Farr, Hardware Catlery Boat
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Irish, Cobblers "' ; Dixie toabuck. 'William'Ide. . '' ,:.Mchinry.- J| -a !Ii
.Ninth Grade. '
!t J 1 Good seed.b; esseataaL 'We kare tie best. S .5.Colvin.-Parker. .' 'n' !5 41 --Ii! .
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Ideal Potato. Fertilizer. i ,Charles Coates, Harry'William, \ Ii r / 'Dry Coeds, Shoes aid ..... S s, FamlsUaM "
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? 'v i* getting'larger. W* neede..r'J' Pfu..21 .""" + ..., ':. .. Swiaf MaekbsaeMACH .
....,. IRISH. POTATOES, ; man'and boy in Kiaslmmea to .. .' 1tFi '
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: *,'iWJtSQN. TpQMER, FBRTILTTZER,CO..: $bring.. your. .. friends'to a higher and help life.us men. of" ;;n-, ' BROTHERS' ..... u ,' , .. ..,<,,: .' 'V HUNGER LAND COMPANY r
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A Judicious Use the proposed crop may be in' the soil .
; v as shown in the chemists crucible, and II,
I yet be in an unavailable condition for I, r. IDQYOUWANT'

of the crop's needs.' If the son is acid,i ,
Commercial
tilizers this acidity prevents the multiplicationof I
the germ life in it that must be : .
a. ,. there in abundance to break down this '
-- plant food for the crop. :

AaTlculture'l A person unacquainted with the I .., dI
but lt bal the'oldest of leiencel, solely furnished by water and air as, mystery of the production' a crop ; '
onlp.been in recent' years had been supposed, and when it was would think that all that was necessary ". q- ..
that its
Iclentlflc c character hal been further discovered that the ashes of was to know the amount of dif: '
fully recognized plants always contained the.same substances ferent elements of fertility removed i Fruit PastureGrazing
The main. .principle" underlying crop ; although in varying proportions by any given crop, 'and apply 'this to: .. .. '
production have not changed since the according to their type, another the soil before planting time to insure '
IOU was tilled i.by the P'f-fcwhs of forward' step was taken. a i yield in proportion to quantity ap' ,''Farming1 :> '.. '
Old, but'man slowly come to understand When the fact that the soil furnishes plied. To a certain extent this is true, : : . fl" : .;,; .
: but do this we'mustask .
them, and by this increase In to intelligently '
owledge agriculture has been placed a large part of the food of the the soil ,a to'its ability to use : .
on a more Independent basic. The plant had taken,firm root In the mindsof this fertilizer economically. Trucking Timber '
system of crop rotation, pasturing and agricultural scientists, it was supposed Soil is composed of two distinct : ,,; ;
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resting the IOU practically! in opera- l that the key to independent, successful -' parts/ the inorganic or mineral por- .. '
tion centuries ago and justified by and we might say, revolution.' tion and the organic or vegetable portion -;
cults chained ft today acknowledged M. ary, agriculture had been found. It :'-and* as the food of plants is I. '. ,
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to be OToroughly scientific. was believed, and is still so among drawn from both of these sources, each LANDS r :
quite a number of best :
our agricultur- taking a definite and important
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since long ago however, ists,that the analysis of any given soil part'in the economy of plant nutrition,
the [
true relation existing between would show the best suited to it
crop
the knowledge of the mechanical con '
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the plants whichgrow and the deficiency for other crops dition of the soil is therefore of the '
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chemical In it balance were discovered. When the could be made up-by the use of. com- utmost importance to enable us! to use I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body ;

was perfected so mercial fertilizer compounded to cer commercial fertilizer to best advan
ditions that the in relationship the soil and between results obtained the con- we tain overlook formulas.the When most Important we believe pointof ,this>> tage. cultivation On land that for a has number been of in years constant From Ten Acres to One Hundred /';", "\.' '

11'.1 proven, then crop production on.a all .and that is the physical condItion and where the proper rotation of cropshas "
,atlentlflc basis was established. A second of the soil which is really the key- not beep practiced, "certain depletion "Thousand Acres. '
great step was taken when it was note to profitable agriculture. Everything -, of soil fertility has occurredand > #0 .
found that the food of plants was.not in the shape of food for one-aided of ''\ '
plant a state soil fertility '' ; '
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Letter Me' Will
- remains. This might be called "soil A Addressed to Bring' a| ; ,,
exhaustion." However, if the true '
.11111111111111111 ". '" t principles of scientific agriculture were Full Description and Terms of Sale.' ; ., '
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< > a A. CARBON 1. A. CUNF.ORD. e. ...LUPFER. carefully observed, we would never .
......Id."" YI..Pr..W.eR e.er.tarv have a soil exhaustion? condition. A r .
rational system of crop'rotation is the 1. | K
best way to avoid it because different -
crops make different demand on the : D. McKAY
soils fertility and thus maintain a bal-, '
i 'I.a 'I.
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. anced condition conducive.' to large

t crop yields. But, .as 'already men- ,
tioned, we have not yet arrived at the"
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stages when the rank.. and file of our KISSIMMEE, : FLORIDA .
understand far less .
agriculturists ,
.. J
Rough and Dressed ..
practice these methods. Therefore, i,
we have to fall back.,on commercial
LUMBER fertilizer to help'' us b -gNW 1g crops,
and the formulas we use on the differ

PINE ent crops we grow is a very important EVER WATCHFUL '.
matter in this connection, end to work J

intelligently along this line, we must _- .. .' .. Jr
have some knowledge of the demandsof THE H. G. SIEVER
A Little Care May; Save Many Kis- ,
the under consideration. For
crop simmee Readers Future Trouble.
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYMIMMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIilMllli example: it would be poor economy to '

use heavy applications nitrogen on 1 Watch the kidney-secretions. REALTY COMPANY. JJ
because have
leguminous crops they See that they have the amber hue '
the-ability to collect the free nitrogenfor of health.,, NOT, .IN THE TRUST \
. the air and store it on their roots, The discharge not excessive or' in- I
- --- -- - -- -
not only for their own,.use\ 'but for the frequent.Contain. 10,000 acre Stock Fans, a bargain if'takes at eau,

C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. succeeding crop. It would be unwiseto no "brick-dust-like" sedi- $5.00 per acre. -:- *:- -:. -s- ..:. -,- ,
fertilize Irish potatoes heavily with ment. wDoan's Prairie Land Orair phosphoric acid, whereas potash is Pills t
Kidney are especially
The Waters & Carson what the crop needs. All crops consist for weak kidneys. Land at AH Prices aad .a Easy T...... .
largely of 'starch and and
sugar Here's proof of their merit: '
because is directly connectedwith 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will .selauf. half Talne_ ''i
potash
the formation of starch and sugar B. F. Rails, St. Cloud, Fla., says: for other real estate -:- ;=.:- ,,-:- -:- -:. t
"I think
complaint was brought

Grocery CompanyWholesale is plant during always juices.the development found Potash in'also combinations of always the plant playsa ,in it on pains working by through the: at my strain my desk.oa.my kidneys I had back and, intense from the Orange Groves all sizes and.prices '

in ,my I
tho
very important part' develop kidney secretions were unnatural and ''
and Retail Dealers InGRCERIES ment of the fleshy part of fruits of all too frequent in passage, also contain. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
be said of I
kinds. The
same may sediment.
Ing heavy Deciding to
starchy crops like corn, and sugar check the trouble if possible, I procured
crops like sugar cane. a supply of Doan's Kidney Pills
This brings me to the main point
that I want'to make and it is this; and followed began and uainj after''< them.I had Relief finished soon a T., N. CLARhVTreasurer' J. IL, LINDSEY, Secretary*!, ,,,

that in using commercial fertilizer for I in health." .- THE -L '
few boxes, was good ; ,
00000404.000000000 ...... .. ........44 all crops of. any kind,.we must see to For sale-by all dealers. Price 50
4 it that the percentage of potash in The cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
0 mixture is ample to produce a, high { Opt i m Us Furniture
WE SELL: 0 0 WE BUY ot 4 grade,product. New States.York, sole agents for the., United. .

FIAY. The citrus growers of Florida,have .
:' Remember the aameDoanoaandtake
0 + HIDES, e been this method for
practicing a great
,
GRAI.N. 0 0 -. many years and use more potash in no other.-Adv. 50-lt Manufacturing .., :. f
FURS' I their formulas: than any other class ;
+ FERTILIZERS," : .ot ; and getting results. Our HIS LITERARY. TURN ;
; they are '
'. .. ..' ;Oii',, : ( ,. I d I strawberry growers are coming "I understand Jenks has quite a lit- .-

4 SHINGLES. .,0 ," '.> 0O '/ :;>"r'1 :1\t\I'4"' nj\\.;',,, ...i' around to it and so are the most progressive erary turn." COMPANYFURNITURE ...,
;' 1\ : \\ should he down the
: ;l..h.jt of our general farmers, and "I say so- turns
ORANGE BOXES,4; ,;>ft; [, ' \ '!. I do not know of --any case, where an gas to save expense and turns into OFFICE FIXTURES, CABINET WORK, ETC. ;
W/ ,
.4 :1. ample allowance of potash was madein bed on a cold day to keep from buying GENERAL CARPENTER CONTRACTING : .. < .
ORANGE WRAPS, 0 ALL the formula that the crops did notshow coal or an overcoat-yes, he has a lit '
T. L. CURRY Mfr.
Estimates
: O. Application.: ,
4 0 0 a profitable increase in yield. erary turn, all right" .

VEGETABLE CRATES, 04 04 COUNTRY. I 4o The day of the high per cent phosphoric .
acid and the lost per cent of
CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE. ; potash in our fertilizer formulas, .is h

0 0 .... .. ........ nearing an end. Because a fertilizeris d
40040000004100.04 ... .. low in price is no proof that it is.a

good crop producer. In fact, the reverse -
? is the case, and we are just beginning -
sell field and garden leeda of all khuS. ".,
We to realize that fact. There-
attention to Acting out hunting and camplllg partiesFree '
special .
W. give In U..I& Phone No. 12.We fore, let ui pursue the policy of seeing -
delivery city for 1olO4I fertUiura. Ask us fu drcatara auJ that when we use commercial fer
are codnty .agents tilizer, we use what will give: best re- GOOD HARDWARE 4
.J prices on fertilisers.Holiday sults. C. K. McQUARRIE, .
--4 Agricultural Adviser, :Esc mbia Co. .
Crop Imp. Assn. and U. S. Demonstration < :
' I Agent, Fensacola, Fla. .. : ,
1'\'' ;
Bargains In Sunny Southern Florida.We I HOME
' FOR THAT
.. 11' CONCRETE GEOGRAPHYTwo ,
favorable terms of
have for sale at bargain prices and on farms negro women of Baltimars'meton

payment some well .located, desirable orange groves stock , the street the other day, says Uppincott's .' \
i is coming l Into Us '
his
truck farms and city property. country : when the following conver-
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( dellghtfully.pleasant and healthful to live among the sation ensued: ""
own. 'TII "Why, Mrs. Botts. I ain't
investments
for safe and profitable seen you
fruits and flowers, and al a place for I don't know how long"*,De alt
I t we know of nothing better anywhere.We time I calls at your house, dere's a h,r
11 havEr five acres of land one-quarter mile from the city sign on it 'For Rent.. Has you-all
who will sell fo r$850 moved?" "
Ohio
owned party
by an
. .. limits of KiBsimmee; has a four.room house, good "Yes, Mrs. Brown, we's moved. "My ..r S
The five acres
' on favorable terms. old man got tired livin' in all de noise
deep well of pure loft water, chicken house, and large carden.Thll.la an' bustle of de city, an' so we goes
business, or'to grow a wee in de fP
ideal place for the poultry away out subbubs. r + '
I an ;; and to I.'alse sufficient vegetables for family UII. "What direction does ;you got" t
orange grove the freedom of the "We goes northwest" -
have advantage. and yet enjoy "An jest where is located?" small item in the'.whol
also to convePlent flty tel free co nty high school, good churches anti "We is located in a you new neighbor- The hardware is but a

I country hood, Mrs. Brown. It's kinder hard to "' but there's whole '
good marketl. tract of land owned by a Texas man.The describe it exactly; but if I bad a map cost of a: building, a .

We also have a fine of which II excellent.orange land, of de city I could show you. We lives the bestbuilders' '
tract contains 20 acres, 16 scree jest about half an inch outsUaSBe lot of difference between buying x
for
fine trucking
land on one corner, ; limits." -*
lower city
of
five acres' .
and about house, good fables. com bin, shade and five acres ofI' .. ''I hardware for your homeland some
'fou -room n.ariy .
f.j trees coming on MJCE8 OFF 'DANDEUTT -
"' ad about 100 young ,
/, ipl4ndid! bearine enough grove nursery atock on the farm to plant .out ten .HAm STOPS, VALUNQSave .: cheaper kind. ... .
to bear; '
ready favorable terms
pcree.lnoro 'grove. Thll of farm can be bandIed a decided on barpln, bas your Halrt ;Get a 28 cent bottleof The difference in cost between good and bad ;#! '7' ', ;

and,2,600 at against the low It price, pays<
it m* production ,, ,
of paying any \"
;. with the privilege[ however, andTIee far toward a great difference in satisfaction Cheap ,E'
deferred payments
all '
brittle
.on this grove3SSZ should family make besides, and then'there are ten acres more in, hair Thin Is mute evidence, colorless of and a neglected acracgy goods are a continual source. of .worry and '

.If ' a to be realized upon for crops can be croWn between scalp' ; of dandruff-that awful .c rf. ,annoyance,- and it will pay yon 'when ,figuring -, ,, ,
There Is nothing so destructiveto ,"
4 bearine.,
y the young trees until they get to farm about 1% miles from'' the hair aa dandruff. It robs the hairs on.that home, to come here and get the :" ',
Then again awe )h.avra 278 acre: 200 Ita lustre. Ita strength and Ita very ." *', *
j 14'mile from.church, / We to furnish' the
miles from a splendid town, life; eventually producing-a teverlsh- best. are prepared X
' 'railway, two won traveled-road, owned by an Ohio cress aDd Itching of the acalp .which .. ';' ,a' ,
on a in builders' hardware at prices .
schoolhouse best ,
,Tdfc from a { favorable.term.'of payment. If not remedied causes the hair root ".. very .
who will sell at a h .rgaln' on ; to shrink loosen and die-then the '* ofWe
man acresNELSON with 100 acres that'you will find satisfactory. -
of 400 \
farm
'I !
stock
r have allO ft fine hall falls out fast A little Daaderlaa (i"
} land fronting on a nice lake,.t/hlft would,seek! a tonight-now-any. time-will surely. .
,splendid orange ... Aye your hair. OSCEOLA: HARDWARE: co. '
mapUlcenC propollt1on. furnish any sort of Piorida'u. Get a 25 cent bottle of KnowKon'a . ,
: f. thIa. W can .
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\ We-want to tell you IOlicltecL Danderlna from any drug store. .Ton ,, ;. .
_ deaf ed. Correspondence surely can have beautiful hair and Iota'' .
, 'bome or inyeatmaE ; of It If you will Just try" a little Dan- 'KIS3MMI. ;$ '"The. Favorite Store1. FLORIDA., . ,. ,

dertae. Bare your Mitt Try It! ... . ',:" '.
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ti {''t. PAGE J'h_ ... THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY -GAZETTE FRIDAY; DECEMBER' S, 111344. (in

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young lady continued In their good R, C. L HYATT ;A
0000'004000440040x4 graces and recognized by them as an Bronchitis II, D Physician and .? t '*,,
II' Smithville I able and painstaking instructor.We ::111 Narcoossee II I Surgeon '

LEWIS 'O'BRYANATTORNEY visited that all a.live.agent, Mr. Phones S >. v
',;J. M. Willson, Jr., and- was warmly ; '. AsthmaBirch Office, 197 'mssimmes. .a .
AT LAWSPECIALIZING Rex Is at present, domiciled wittt*'." i received by that gentleman. Mr. Mrs. T. 'J. Waters and daughter of or Florida :
.. Mr Joseph Smith and heartily enjoying 'Willson l is gentleman of enterpriseand i St. Cloud visited friends here Sunday.!, Res. 248 ?
the open-handed hospitality of that one of Kissimmea's and OsceolaI Mrs. Waters formerly resided I' -...3QK.

IN gentleman and his admirable spouse,. I.county's best friends, He, warmly W. J, S. Carr place.. on the, ] Mountain,Herb Tea ;. J. W, SIMPSON ":;'\;
he rmain for
and here proposes to f. commended our efforts to clear up the ,
: "'ABSTRACT few day This is'One of the most de drainage law, accounting our fetter received The New Eden Plantation Co have; Has no"Equal. Nothing ; 1111
an electric DENTIST
1. sirable locations in the county. About ;Ion the side of justice and humanity.i traction engine \-" ;
y '. AND one-half mile from the city line, it 'i I we will not further intrude' on I lands and a for gang cultivating plow to be and used on their Just as Goo Upstairs In Kati Bulldlajr. '
combines all the conveniences of country and and with best grinding I '
youV patience space, 9 a. m. t.o 11 m.t ,,'
TITLE WORK life and easy access to city *d- I>'wgihes' for the success of the Valley sugar cane. j .3/r.cicBoDKSf t I 1:30: to 6:30p.m. ". :

A vantages. The immediate neighbors .Gazette and the desire that both its, i Wm. Montsdoca, our enterprising ]Better than any ready-made medi- Telephone No. ?16/1<>/f fTR. ....laD. h'I'.,
M 9TATK. BANK BLDQ. send their children to the High School, :![,Owner and editor; may by continued I j nurseryman: paid a visit to Kissim-, cines. It is purer and guaranteedmore -
and the little fellows apparently enjoy retain that esteemed mee Wednesday -'
journal
i Industry I than .,anything CARSON
effective W. W.
,
sc better health for the exercise going' Florida F. W. _
004044044040000000 j on th cpinnacle of journalism, Hill and daughter, Madeline ,
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1 . ]to and from. Mrs. Smith is .not only 'I we bid you adieu for the present. spent Thanksgiving with Mr. lIi1J'sSOI1 known! to the medical profession.Made DENTIS'l .!I'
---" --'- cook and but home in five' minutes- ,
a splendid housekeeper, REX.> Fred, who resides. at Gainesville. at .
ooo. O"OO o-o" has also original ideas concerning While the / Fla.The ... even by a child. Purely vegetableand Office over Cole's Jewelry Store' :'
preparation of home comforts.
THE admiring some foot mats which dec I manufactured contains no alcohol, narcoticsor Office Hours: 8-12, 1-5
I
; informed that poison. If you are a sufferer Office phone J58 .
orated her floor, was II Apopka Items II Co. is .7- ..
now being demonstrated
'
,' ? ManhattanHotel they were made from the raveling I Narcoossee Farm and Townsite oiv form Asthma, Residence" 23
r + from cast away corn sacks; and what' ,j lands. Mr. Judson Buchanan Co. Bronchitis or intact Gas administered for extraction of,teeth
superintendent -
: termed.remnants from these -
( _ might be used to fill out j' L. It.' Jarrett of West Virginia was ]I ,'and Air, J. W. Butler, general any throat, ;GEIGER
__ ravelings were
i fa than 'in last and agent for Georgia Florida, and stomach
i low which rendered it softer even a visitor Apopka Saturday lung l'!DR.
i :": Special Attention to feathers., 'An effusion of' Diamond I seemed*o well pleased that,he expects ,I Alabama, are demonstrating with the kidney or bladder PHYSICIAN AND SITOaBOM'' . ,"
colors render to make his home here I plow, cutting palmetto roots from trouble Citizens Bank Building .
.
: the Traveling Public dyes of various these I three get
to six inches
in diameter Florida
L. O. White, our popular oak Kissimmee /
well Capt. j
., foot mats ornamental as as useful
\ I I' yourself a can 'I
-- scrub and ,
; Just across the square,from ? The house, is of the modern type \ Coast Line conductor, has had to give same time.plowing It is proving the ground a at, the of Birch Mountain 'Phones! Office, 297 or 64 ( '
commodious, and in splendid ,his run between Apopka and Kissim- I very economical -
I ,. A. C. L DepotKISSIMMEE i order. A One roomy pump with splendid '1 i mee! to a man older in the service and j way of clearing ground. 1 4 Herb Tea Residence; "265. 14-ljr ,

it FLA. water combined with Rood out houses,j jl' has been transferVed to the main sine I I, M. T. McCauley' of Monroe, N.: C., at once and if
; including .a chicken village and some ,11 between Port Tampa and Sanford. is spending the orange season here ' t you 'will start to
of the finest fowls that the county ,His' many friends here and along the 'pith his old school chum, V M. Hill.: II M. RIVERS, M, D.PHYSICIANand .

Ii .. car produce, thirteen acres of fertile )'I|j ji line regret very much to give up Capt. A chicken supper was given taking it regularly, you will begin 1'', .
i lane! that industry has placed if the !'White and hope for his early return. 'j 1 Thanksgiving evening bn the lawn of to feel as if life was worth living SURGEON .

i \ 'r {best of condition, constitutes the makeup Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Talton have had D. E. Proper's' home by the. young and in a very short time you will 5- OHIce. over Onceola. Pharmacy: ,
of this locality, and its host and their during the week ) men of this place.
IVI. TILLER -- as guest past Everybody reported see: a wonderful .change in yourcondition. t Residence 53f
hostess. Miss Louise Naber of Tampa. a splendid time. 'f/I| . PIIONfS: '
It is just as effective in Office 148, .
r 1 Real Estate Agency. Mr. Todd was visitor, on Saturdayand The fame of the Florida orange Is Miss Etta Parsons, Miss Gladys of Catarrh La Grippe -" ,.
in our conversation with that gentleman spreading abroad and the fruit is being Simpson and Mr. Hiram Baker of St. severe cases t
J jO we found him well informedon eaten in the old world as well as Cloud sent Thanksgiving with Miss Whooping Cough, Colds. Coughs I"W' "
*% mT ftmk ***%%%*%%**%%*t
different subjects of the day, a in the new. J. J. Anderson, one of Simpson's parents! who recently moved and NIhtSweats.( : Our guarantee L. WINN _' : ,

t $ Realty bought and sold. ready conversationalist and firm in his Orange county's successful orange> j here from Michigan. goes with every can and if it does .

T Houses rented. convictions concerning: the present situation growers and shippers, has shipped II Mr. Horace Boyce wife' and sister not benefit you your druggist will PHYSICIANOffice
l $ Taxes paid and Titles verified of affairs. The county court "some, 0(' this year's crop to London, of Kissimmee; and E. D. Little! of refund 2nd Floor'Willson Building.
to be one of the and EdinburjT Scotland you your money.
question appears England ; this place
spent Thanksgiving at Mr. 83 KlMtMora.OrriciJTONB .
{: ( fdf non-residents. leading/ questions of the day. Its Mrs. John Love, who was operatedon | ] and Mrs. G. F Kribbs'. BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., RKHIDKNI-I FHONC V7.r. rloalna .

.' Fire, Life and Accident. In- abolishment,' it would seem to and me in Orlando last week for appendicitis Mr. Samuel Story of Hilliard's Island : Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A.
the
would be injurious to good
'
: $ surance. is said to-be '
improving nicely. who recently sold his .,.. "
welfare of our orange Sold by Kissimmee Drug Co. Klsulm- .A." AONcw W..C&A.-P
Indemnity Bonds. introduction .. I. Turner 'and G Herod spent grove there, has bought the G. F.
k court, previous to its : as last Kribbs m.., FionasB d AGNEW A CRAWFORD
> of
in the this
a rule, lasted.about two weeks at an Thursday (Thanksgiving) property place. VANS
S 'fP.K enormous expense to the county. swamps between Rock Springs and 11 II D. B. Hull and wife of St. Cloud ATICRKEKSATLAWOfflcm
Many cases which are at present embraced Wekiwa Springs hunting. They were passed througlrthis place Monday en
). within the jurisdiction of this rewarded for.their effort by bringing route for Alligator Lake.A. SM! CltlKBl' Dank! 8an,,,..
S. BULLOCK court were formerly tried in said cir home a fine young turkey gobbler,' W. Crosby of Crab Grass arrived Klssimmee t '. Florida'
i ;i cuit court, and grand and petit juries which day. Mr. Turner killed during. the here last Thursday. Mr. Crosby Citrus andOrnamental
i were held over and case. were "on. has been engaged to haul citrus fruit I
ii tinued; for want ;i"time i ;;-t-;carry them A very interesting program was |for C. W. Bruns.

i ,., REAL ESTATE. through, much to the discomfort of carried out at the Baptist church here The Golden Rule girls of the Methodist Trees l b. GEIGER.ATTORNEYA'j'.
very many of our citizens. The presiding last Thursday"night. The sermon was school of St. Cloud .
Sunday with
Vi t"NSURANCEExamination this with Vis preached by Rev. Geo. D. Reeves,
officer of court, pastor Misses Mildred and Martha Page of LAW
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\ manifold duties to occupy his mind, is of the Methodist church. this place, held a picnic at the old Hedge, Shrubs and Flowers ,
a busy official. Strict and undeviating .Rev. Howard Van Dyck preached a i sanitarium. Mr. McNerlan transfer Office State Bank Building ,
f: of Titles a judicial discretion is the requisition very interesting' discourse Sunday red them to and from the station. Klss mmee. ForidGED. '

: ',' that Creates the able judge. morning from the 13th chapter of They reported a very pleasant time. Landscape GardeningJ.
Neither friend nor foe can\ be justly Numbers. Rev. Van'Dyck is a returned
H. II.
Specialty. Hull having leased his sawmill Sehnarr & Co. Insecticide
recognized ih either capacity wherea misionary from China and his text to.JUr. Yates PARKER..
/Ii-- Correspondence Solicited. decision is rendered, and we art gladto was well selected as he brought back bought two lots from of the St. Narcoossee Cloud, .has (Sold under U. S. G. recommend) ,
acknowledge that we can recognizein the the
report from foreign land. Attorney-at-Law.
Land Co. l
- the present incumbent of this office He has spent seven years, in China !'.butcher and is going to open a. Lime Sulphur' Mixture for
in the
M ;' who" be courteous to shop near future.. Collections and .
one can as an and is very much interested in the Conveyancing
Flowers Etc.
T r entire stranger as to the most ardent people there. Spray pump, Specialties.
friend when business of nature is both hand land' truck. .
any On Sunday evening Mrs. Van Dyck
J C W. GRIFFIN brought before his court. We.do. not spoke before a crowded house and 112% Broadway. .
: believe that the people of this county told of her experiences among the III Orange Center 1J 1JMen II H Edmund .
will fail to recognize the importance Chinese women, after which she and Swabey, Agt t (; F. KRIBBS '
t Staple and Fancy of his services. tier husband sang a song Chinese I I ,..-r

The Smithville Democratic roosteris language and to a native tune. I who succeed are cheerful and Residence 9 Orlando. Ave.P. ATTORNEY AT LAW KIss1YMEE.FLA.I", .
about four feet six inches in height Born, last Monday, to the wife of men who are cheerful succeed. Cheerfulness O, ,B. 625 .. '
GROCERIES with a body likened unto that of an W. G. Talton, cashier of the, Apopka is confidence. Confidence is S a Examination of Titles a Sp claly. \

employe of a lager beer brewery anda State Bank a son. Mother nd babe success. Your writer,has figured that Notification and payment of taxes of
s voice of thunder. 116 is somewhatof doing/ nicely. Truly Apopka is rapidly out by observing the settlers and their .., non-residents given\ careful
.t an.aristocrat, caring nothing for increasing in population of late.L. condition here. None here have -C attention.
t all minnows or tadpoles, eats corn likea H. Jarrett and family of West any .
Free,Delivery to Parts capital other than health and .brawn,
J. ,\T.
horse and has about twenty wives. Virginia have come to Apopka to make., but you never saw a more, cheerful Thompson, Pat.Josnston G.: P. Garrett,. ,+
of the City He don't like his human affinities believing their home and s '
f are very comfortably bunch, nor any community with more OHNSTON & GARRETT' flu
that a plurality of 'wives is a located in the Soaper house just recently confidence in the ultimate outcome. /' FUNERAL,DIRECTOR: ,;:, ,:.,a': ' r
\? oO , I aAHorneys st Law
I prerogative belonging exclusively\ purchased by Mrs. Raulerson, None are looking backward, but all e 1i .
s j ---- ---, -- -..- fowldom.v .t .... .' .. where they will residefor, the.,present; looking'forward-silt#; c Never. jnurmur: and Offices 10, &

What is the difference between sheep The' proposed candidacy of our later, they expect to buy a suitable about present sacrifices; just a'steady '", it zena Bank Bldg.,
in pasture and in our shop? county"superintendent for congress is lot and build a home oftheir; own., determined'persistence with, their eyes LICENSEDrEMBALMER Kiasimmee; Florida.
not such a bad idea. The ability with Mr. and Mrs.' Thimblebee of James on the big star "Success," and they
N which he has served us as an official town, N. 'V., are expected to arrive will reach the goal.
gives us the assurance that if elected here the last of this week to spend the Our IX>VIII C ..*..Iy: T. MCTOM W*.U>W
winter. It will be their first visit here countryman Mr. Ludwig, is lAte Comwel for Judge e,(tiM
he will be of benefit to our county and enjoying the visit of his friend Mr. Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. Florid. It, Ie. \.om.... Criminal Court .
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we hope they become'
and state. The political ladder is still may per !
Hy. SelipH of New York, this week. ASSEY
citizens. A/I & WARLOW
manent .
standing, friend Joe, and should it be I ,
Mr. Selip lie is certainly
says enjoy KIBfllVMEE. FLORIDA.
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Rev. Geo. D. Reeves wUJ'till the
your good fortune to skips few of the his
ing visit.
pulpit the Methodist j 'ATtOR EY9 AND COUNSELLOSjAT
at church here ]
rounds in your ascent we wolud rejoice ._, .. , .
Mr. and -
with the rest of your friends. next Sunday morning and evening. 1 Cassaday family. moved to -- - LAW Z .
If Kissimmee could only furnish a j This; will be his last service here before their new home in section 23 on Mon -M-M-1-f+++++++++M ++++++ Practice nil the Court of the Put and of '
conference, which convenes -at Talla.. day last. Mr. Cassaday believes: in being the UnllMl! Stat... *|..> .before the Florida Stall.rod -
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and it would
only congressman be keeping pace a governor with her other hassee on December 10th. It is the fixy about 'the place. We' need THE'' TONE i( CoinmtMion Commimilon.I' and the Intentmte MMMBLDO. CemoMro*

developments. Then we could watch wish of his, church that he be returned some more of him. GRAYS ii -iTCHUL..TON. ORLANDO.FLA..
Kissimmee blow as well as grow. here for Another year, as he has en Mr. Neal Johns of Orlando is visiting MiiJ-

... We have recently heard of the deared, himself to his congregationand Orange Center this week. The i\
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-- to'the people in ;young folks enjoy( the music Mr. Johns t JOHNSON '
at-large
'. . death of E. A. Eubanks an old time Apopka, OK HI Till TUNiNrw : .ANDREA .
-.. and ,the makes on his violin. I. .
surrounding '
'--- -- dweller on Bull Creek and former postmaster territory, where '
4 3:52:: -, e -,.. at Lanier. We )had a letter he has. formed many pleasant ac A dance in the Keen building was\ and l ....'nnd-hand nutom"Wlfit :t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT'Liw
a'S I. fur sate! from $2io( to : : I
quaintances. greatly enjoyed last Saturday night. ;
from that gentleman about 'a month r (2,000, At Urnyetonc iaratfe Will Practice in all Courts 1
Just the naJ\tel I ago. He was then ih feeble bealthso Dr. Mulling and wife have returned Two hunters from Ocoee passed I Ac. VatAar: + i State and Federal
4l while we sorrow'' and sympathize ,with from the North and are now occupying throughOrange'/ Center last Monday. t N. W. HURl/AM, flip R. D. PORTER Hp. Oflico, adjoining
his family their beautiful home in this city. They had three turkeys and a deer. Citizen Broadway
we were not surprised +++++++++++++++ + + Bank Kisfimmee .
when the news reached us. Born, last Saturday, to the wife of Messrs.. Bonney and T. II. Keen + + ++++++ ,

We, have likewise been informed Fred LoveU, a daughter. were Orlando visitors on Tuesday. .
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that the postoffice at Whittier was I Mrs. Wm. Gagne arrived last Saturday Saturday of this week is cemetery : URRY S. KING
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., Its "Sheep", on the.range robbed, the thieves securing about morning, from Jamestown, N. day in Orange Center. A very radical C. F. Thrasher :Nl: ARCHITECT_
And $130. The postmaster John H. Bais-I Y., to join her husband here where difference in the appearance of our,
on the Hill tops, den, had resigned and his successor! they have a beautiful home on Third cemetery will be seen after'that date. i % 'Orlando, Florida.
'Sheep"' in the pastures Randolph Young, had made bond andthe I street. Mrs. T. A. Ford of Section 28 died SHEET METAL WORKER Room 16 .. ,
new commission was expected Rabbits have been injuring young on the night of November 30th. She'I Steel Ceilings a ,Specialty: Watkins Block : .
1 But here, its 'Mutton Chops'If daily.- Have been informed that thl orange trees planted in town recently was buried at Orange Center on Tl'les'i 408mpJp'H. ,

postoffice had by some means been and the city laws prevent' their being day. Mrs. Ford had been an invali'J P. O. Box (;96 "Klftsimmee, Fla. ,
hunted. for some time. She leaves a husband r
left unlocked the night of the robbery. I I
'' J. F, Briggs has with four small children. JENKINS"'
been
you should call for "SheepOops" Julian Montsdord a and wife were engaged for ,
visitors at our Kissimmee abiding the past week painting the interiorof .
we: would be apt to 'l place last week on business, and Rex ,the State Bank, which gives it.anew BIG SHOW COMING\ For all Purposes of Sanitation and SURVEYOR f .

smile., Ask.for, Mutton' Chops received a few hints concerning Whittier's customers.and fresh. appearance now to. the -TO KISSIMMEEOne \ Cleanliness UseCARBOLA
doings. The old Primitive
you 'will find them nice for achange. tist church appears to be somewhat Bap in 'D. W. Clark made a business trip. ,of America's oldest, richest Fraternity Hall Klssimmss'Pla. .
the background. No pastor has yet: to Sanford one day last week. tented'shows, a modernized great :
been secured. Mr. Guy continues to' Mrs. B. M. Hawthorne daughter cotnbjjiation of the very greatest train, ; 1"O .
tT serve the missionary form of service,I have returned home after a visit of ed wild animals/ the frost superb OOO O'O.Utoo
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a and there appears to be more than several days with friends at Coleman. horses and ponies, the greatest European .t'{.
usual activity since the advent of the ARGUS., and American artists, the latest
railroad. It is eared, however, that I I I "thrillers.:' that mankind can devise A Liquid Disinfectant, Deodorizer Dann .& Dann }

:HULL BASS unless .a5.line' IH formed to connect. END STOMACH and in fact the newest novelties of Germicide, Anticeptic, Insecti-
MARKET this railroad with Narcoossee orfsoiru-/ ..- TROUBLE, the present day, all in one Union, will tide and Cleanser. Grocery
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA be found with Sun: Brothers' World's Company,
ORDIA other point that the peWe: in that Progressive. Shows, now their 1 tiallon -..-;________.-: _____ =1.60
BASS Manager section will not begreatly benefited I on
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.' I 6 Gallons _. ___ ___ 6.25 ,
the prpspects'are that the mail will twenty-second annual tour and willgive -? -? -?,_;.

( be carried to Whittier by rail, 'thus "Pape's Dlapepsln". makes Sick, Sour two complete ..exhibitions at 'ALBERT E. BARRS roy-

stopping the mail route from that Gassy Stomachs Surely' feel fine Kfosimmee. . Operates Store
'i" place to St. Cloud, which is at presenta In five mlnut.. This stupendous aggregation in under Jacksonville Florida
ty ,,0,40 0040000'000000000ptIgg chief -means of exodus from the the'personal direction of the Sun t and Sells the Freshest Groceries I

I.,< ,..,, :'If place to your city. We suppose, how- Brothers, and the assurance, is matte: of Any House in Kissimmee. ..,
'''' ever, that some,, means.will. be 'adopted If what"'yon Just ate Is souring on that the programme for' the present -

:i, Fieiningdeav to overcome this-trouble, and as your stomach or lies like lump of season To,add is' Ho newer the and richer than ever. EXPERT : .... ... ........ ...
there lead variety a complete PIANO
ft are at present several automo- refusing to digest,or you fcelcte I
biles owned by the citizens*bf thatenterprising gas and eructate sour, undigested Japanese Circus Company will uhlbit'ltbe'I.ery -, .. :, .
i .r CLEANING little-burg, it is possible food, or bare. a feeling of dizziness,: cleverest Oriental acts .
S PRESSING that a line of.th .e useful roadstersmay heartburn fullness, nausea, bad taste ever imported to*: this .country' and TUNING ',' 4
," la now seen America for the first time. R., k. PA KRR
be mouth
placed at,the disposal ,of passengers and stomacb-beadache.-you ; ., .
j. can get,blessed relief :Over one hundred great artists ap
DYEING, : I In five minutes Special attention! to all makes of
Hr. Moore was also a visitor to your Put an end to stomach trouble forever pear with this big show. Dean'and instruments THE :
it REPAIRING city, and was being heartily welcomedby 117'cettIDC..a Urge fifty-cent case .of hit matchless band appear at every = TA''iL'OR

P r 1 \ ,. I his many friends. ', Pane's Diapepsln from any drug store.', to performance all that they are a delight 80'Charge days.. ,for, toning' ?f .OOt ,for next-' '-:-" ... ___.. ." .
word '.t5:my house aad'olothes 'Kex ,while :InKlialll1m.; ..had -the1e&.u're You realise lq fie minutes how peed;.. ,The hear their great concerts. ..1
a j ldtt will be c Ued dot and returned.," I J of meeting Miss Bessie Lawson -j Jess It Is to suffer from Indigestion,. bitten menagerie'and is wild beast exhi .but'of.'town" orders solicited. 11 Darliartoa Ave.

$4itl8taaitielil; Guaranteed the distinguished teacher, at ;dyspepsia or any' stomach disorder;' ,diversity.'completeand an educative K.,D.:.FAIRMAN .. .
Campbell. .We had a few;days previous It's the quickest, surest ,stomach do \?S I' ./, been//I with soma of her patrons I'tot''iA the world. It's w : This, great exhibition.will'appear in / Klssimmes Fl..' 1.-t/1 ." '
t..0+0a.0000 000Q0't and was pleased, to' .hear that ,that / 00' /Adv.: !its Kissimmee' completeness' rain or' shine' at -, & '-, -." .. ,- Ad v' C"b" the 'Valley 'Oaf
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ADVERTISE YOUR, THE SHOP. : i

Do Y.U want a fine business AROUND 'THECORNER I ecK'thJHILDJZEM

building _"_ ;
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ANTSFOR 'residence 14 Darlington Avenue ,..

1 Do you want' a''neat cheap "
'- Stewart Avenue'Is
cottage? 27 V a

'. -'Do you want a choice,farm? 'i headquarters. for the GREEN
LABEL Sanitl: Plumbing Fixture eVALUES'
SALE RENT LOST OR such as porcelain lined bath tubs sltm
, ''Do ;you want. a.cheap.vacant, baths, foot baths, closet of all styles, )

FOUND IN' lot? kitchen sinks, slop sinks. BANK
THESE COLUMNS
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First-class plumbing i in both DeW ;
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Do want an ? ,
you orange grove and repair work t
Sheet metal of all kinds metal cell
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Doyou! want a ,10 or'20acre COUNT
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t i ing and decorative architectural work 1
Advertising under this 'head torts 5 cents ,tract?' cornice, sky lights tin roofing, guttering -
and piping. Blow pipe work
per line each insertion, minimum 25 cent, Do'you want a 6-room house; both heavy,for planing mills and lumber

: 60 ft, lot and 20. acres orange plants,, and light for packinghouses
six word making an average line. land TA.k + heating,.etc. '

?), Classified Advertisement not having name sheet We make metal an7thi line; revolving g'to order chimney in the; .'you impress upon the mind of your children the value '

Mrs. Summers caps, tanks in any style copper work, r into lives the' '
of and inculcate their young
thereto' and those From oF .
,signed out town eel Penffleld, near Clyde. j smoke stack and heavy sheet iron .money, .

must be accompanied by the cash. (Clyde the 2nd Ave. W. of ; work.' habit of aaemg their 'pennies, you will have taken the ;;.
See consult and patronize
us, us,
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court house leading. south.) us. 'first important Step toward making thrifty,. independent ,
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A S, S I FIE D.VER.TISING MISCELLANEOUS. I OOO.OOOOOOOOOO: I 1 L f OOOOOOOO. R. ,Starling., Mgr. and successful, men and women" of them. '' jt1. :

GET'READY for Christmas by hay, 49-tfpdlt ,1 : ;..
> ing photographs made at Wil- "- 1J1
your
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OHIO EDITOR4TOURING .. ,: ,
der8 studio. 49-2t' ..., t f r,
. oo oo o0aaaaa,0o4. . \ , '" v;,\ l ,,- '
+ The To Do It.Is to Start if, .,: : ce'i'
five Cents Per Line BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES are to i . STATE +, Way .' \' '" \ ' ,1
be' found in these columns almost 0 CONSTITUENTS OF MILK .il' "
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.'Path Insertion,. L Bank'Account v i. : : 'f r rV
every iseue. Watch them ''every '- : 0 < __ .A., for T"ern.\ V ': :;: :
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week. SAYS FLORIDA Made Expressly for the Valley* V '.l ,V .;. Ht": .. .
I E. J. HAMMER ,
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: FOR SALE. 0 Gazette by George Fred +. : ;3f.!' NowHere ; -,. 'f'.;''''> < ,
PRESS SUPERIOR' THAT 0 erick Nash Veterinarian. + ," .' :,
LOST Ads placed in the Valley Ga .'f ,, '
LEBay saddle horse. Ap- zette' have found more articles for OF BUCKEYE J3TATE.Monday' : I. .. ,;" ':,'
? 0004000404 Oo o"o 04 ,.. > .,. .1" "' s. .1 o ; 1
other kind .. ..
22tf the than
to E. G. Vans Agnew owner any one ; I'\ . .
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of publicity. Five "cents,. per line "
.The following table of analysis -will
r SALE-Motor boat SOxSU, 15 the Valley Gazette"'walvisited ,' ", "'::1; 1
WANTED-Position as bookkeeperby by Mr. and Mrs E. Hammer undoubtedly show in what proportion ''
drat.'J2'p..engine{ at a barn Business who touring Flor the various 'constituents ,which : <
: Massey College graduate of Lima Ohio are
See Saunders* at this office tf married. References furnish. ida enjoying the many advantages cow's milk is composed: STATE BANK OF .
ed. Address O.'McD. 619 W.. Mon and pleasures this state offers during Water __ ,_ 87.1 .
fSALE--Five acrerof land and a' roe St.,Jacksonville, Fla. ..7-4p any month in the year and especially Butter fat 3.9 "
room house In Pinedale. Will, the winter season. Nitrogen compounds.----- :.. ;; ' '

e bargain to sell quick. Ad- FOUND-A sum of money.. Inquireat Mr. Hammer has been engaged in .Casein _?_____-__-___-__ 2,5 . ,.I fTSS.IM Albumen etc. ..____ 0.7' :
Katz's. 'i.'
Fla. the newspaper business practically !, ';,", "'. f"/i."/( : 'oI( /.j'l, ', '<, ,
I Box 172 'Klssimmee' all his life, and stated that-he could Solids :;-,.,---*?* 11.9 .. ."f VI"" ,. ,,, . .. t i\I\. '" \ ''I :' .
4li WILL PAY one dollar, a quart for smell an ink barrel four blocks away, Solids, not fat ..'.i-.-. 9.0 : .: ,;,. >"t p' \ .", , .'." ,-1 ..' .,,'', :,!" ,

well dried ripe, sour orange seed hence while walkingjalong; Broadwayat Sugar ,,,_.,!-..*,.. -,..,., ..-..!' '' ?O.5.. I ,yrGpial $50.000.00()( , '1,wa:t; $ "; .. ,
i SELL my store: building,an'dof \: Address P.' O. 'Beit:',1328. Jacksonville the junction Daf-lington avenue Ash Salts Hi.Ji.Z' J_" '' 0.7 >'oT' ,, !-. .. 3130.000.00'i: ;
+ Fla. 60-2tpd The also, of which there are Surplus $30.000.00 Depositors Security
general merchandise ev- he remarked to his wife that there wasa gases '. .'
4 hang new'' and up-to-date, doing WANTED reliable agent at once printing office near and he .was. three, namely carbon dioxide nitro" Officers. and Directors'C. ,

i business but other interests're- to canvass this city in a house to going to find it. half hour with gen and oxygen. .. A CARSON Prest J. M. LEE Vke ,Pre.t,
house for the sale of the During a pleasant
'" attention. M. M. Monohan canvas If TOUa.CHILD IS CROSS M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Pret -
.r* my City Mail Boxes required for the the editor Mr.' Hammer spoke freely ,

enport. Fla. .. 3-tt new service ,which begins -Feb. 1st. of the newspaper business In his state FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED; ROMA THOMAS. A.. .tnt Cashier Y
Profitable' work. Peck Mail Box and stated that he was forced to ad. : .
i SALEOR EXCHANGEwill Co., Berlin Wis. 60-ltpd mit'that the country press in nowise '
my farm of ,10 acne, 3 room compared with that of' Florida; that If tongue' lv
fenced of the published in country Look Mother! '. coated, '
7 acres cleared and ,, WANTED-To buy from owner ,,30 many papers
,a ise, Cleans little bowels with "Call-'
towns in Florida 'would
just coming to 60 acres land. Small house compare "
cres fine young grove favorably with the city in Ohioor fornla: Syrup ef Figs. ,
Home fruit soft water hard wood, papers '
for .
1 ,,0. bearing or will trade Jt ause near city. Must \\HI bargain. .. Address any other western or northern state. sa..is.Moth.r NOTICM; FOR ''PUBLICATIONDepartme.t NOTICE D OF APPLICATION' FOR- oil-' 01 ,
and lot in Kissimmee. w. Nes'Loughman.11 . ,"E K." this office. O-Upd Both Mr. and Mrs. Hammer are delighted ,UKH TOlEI.L INTKHB :;OR. ".
tlla- V. S. La.I. SAID MINUHS IN REALTY / >
of Isttrlor.
rest after Notes .
*. 4tf I with Florida, and it is possible vela easy IC..
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LOST-One Knights Templar'charm they will decide to. locate here per. "California Syrup of Figs," because In Office'No..e.at Gainesville.... Florida.. lvey She aa.Matter Hetks tbo hey, Ml.or HeInc.s ..' ' .'
t SALE-20 acres half cleared nice on chain, Saturday afternoon;; somewhere -. manently. a few hours all the clogged-up.waste,, 8. ISIS C4. 'II. Ivy, Deceased > '
bile and fermenting food To all whom these presents shall come. ,
gently
sour
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good.fences fair house,, in business section. Return Notice-la hereby I gly: ;e n that'Jeremiah! Or..etlnir: ,
iirig grove a liv- to"Park' Hotel. h 50-2t WANT ADS in the Valley Gazette moves out of the bowels, and you have. w. Parsons, of LouKhman. Florida Notice 1.-herMtt' given that the u i- "
ae fine crops now growing; -- --- 'are the of selling and rent- a well, playful child, again. who on Aprlt U. 1II1Z. made. Homestead derBlKnrd-. W. Jvey guardian of 4 +' n
already provided. A.bargain at means Sick children needn't be coaxed, to Entry Serial No. 010604, for SWVief Lester Ivey and Retie Ivey. minor\ .
f trade RENT. ing property'when all other means $E%. Section 16, Township 15 Soutbflange heirs of U. H. Ivejf; deceased will male -
take this harmless "fruit laxative.
200; terms- reasonable! or FOR 27 East Tallahassee Meridianhas application to the CuuntJudgra elf 0.-"
: J. H. lIal. 'fail. ,.Try'it:"once,. 6 cents a line., Millions of mothers keep It handy because died notice of Intention to makt+ ceola County Florida at the office of
y Klsfimmee property. DWELLINGS for rent opply to M. .. they know Its action on the Commutation'Proof" establish claim said County fudge, In the City -of Klstmmet *-
Fla., *3.tf to the, land above described before said Osceola, County, .
.on1t
,, Loughman TUler. stomach liver *and bowels"la prompt Clerk of the Circuit Court at Ktsstm- on the ltd day of December, A. D.
A FARMS and sura.: . meek Florida. on the 23rd day of.jpecem-- for an order of the said. .Judge,directing . r
SALE'' OR TRADE3-Forty-five FORRENT ,OR S A tE -Twostorystore Ask your druggist for a BO-cent! bottle ber 1911.' ' him.:the said W.' W lv1Y' u" said, i it .
1/ita.ln the west.section Claimant'nanlra aa.wltnea.e.Fdwln sell sale the '
to at
Brack St. North guardian
residence ot
.Irable 'Would building on C.VStanforJ WANTED of "California Syrup Figs which Hogan, of Lougrhman. Florida. interest of the Bald minors In real ea- .
5 of Klislmrnee. \ Kissimmee. H. 29-tf contains directions for babies childrenof Thomas F, Braddock of Orange Center tate" belonging to the estate of the '
bulls .
er to sell entire number in .1 all age..andfor\grown-ups. Florida said U. H. lye y. deceased lying and 3
a would'sell separate to indivldu- RENT_Comfortable'bed room; AT OWNERS " Richard Qauslngr..,,pf txiuchman. FlorClIfton.L being situated In the said County of ,, ;
FOR
Adv. "
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for cash Ida Osceola. State of Florida, and Oe crlbed -. ? '
L.y ;; Will be sold cheap centrally located Large, porch., ,6 Ix>wry, of LouJhm..n. Flor as. follows, to-wit! h V
In trade for other, proper. PRICES -: ida. The BEJU" of SWVi" of NE1 4 and NZi ,
} FOR RENT Cards be had at the
can
% given V. L. D. Box 467.Islmmee. ,. Brack St. J;.W. Prentis. 42-tf HENRY S,, CHnBB of NW-4 of 8EU' of Section 1*. Town'
1 .. Address 50tl'pdltSAL&One One'Canadian'' Write. 'locate Valley Gazette 'for 10 cents each. 47t p4', Register," ship :26, South 1 flange 38. East; ah Fla.m&SJsiM. RENT.Sixroorptcottage me also beginning at the SE corner of SW ,
FOR on a property that 'would1: consider.good ,NOTice FOil BIDS. I'UBLIVATION. ,
NOTICE: FOBDepartmesjt andf unl welt tlI3i
Jersey Township nge,0
half.breed Main street, furnished; throughout value at $10,000.. He .stipulates for Sealed bid will b."-received "by the R I, ,
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,, with young calf. Fine milk.healthy In. :- 'hot and cold water, el ctrl: 'lights a IV bearing frove with.good> land suitable Board of County Commissioners In and .. .t oC UalBeevlll tllat..I.r.. ,Fiends U. *V I...adOfflre 280 feet;feet North East 180 feat.7. feet Bast South 44 feet 6.0 North f..,.:! ::1 tt
nditlon giving plenty o(>' f : ,for increased ; and for Osceola County, Florida on January to beginning Said lands being In;Sec-'
5O-tfplt :and telephone.: Apply ,toCy; .1 grove are4 5th, II.a 10 A. for mattresses,' W.T* fce 2tI, ISIS .'
Jlowell Bass.sAJ.E.Jereey. doesn't care anything about trucking. aliih ; yon, I* .aforesaid.ww .........
Ire .4StfDONT pillow' cases,* o >.blanketsItrpes Riven'thai' Charlie ., y % ., ,.
calf, 'ike .Bandy.-. . v' t x .Must have;comfortable;; buildings.Another underw.a.r., shoes, socks.' hats. B.Notice'Jjamb.'Is of'hereby Loughman. Florida who Ait Guardian of Lester Ivey an&lRetha .'
heifer sight hlrts for thirty prisoners for ,
minor heirs of p.
: .Christmas week to : a period of not loss than two . February 10-111: madeUomeateadtantryl Ivey I,
3rd. ;No, 106 Central avenue. WAIT until ''made but come Who has $ o,6 O'for j invest* .. Board --reserve the right to years.,eJectnlontu'tlJ Serial No. 0788, for BBtt! of 'U.UH.. Ivey, deceased. A nu,
dVon have your photos went.wants me too show him a -bid* SW\4.. Section JS.Tpwnehlp JB South. c t
proposition1
avoid tho ruGh.-JrW Wilder's i : : information; address 17 East .rrallaha.aeeM.rldlan. , '
'now and ,, ;;' Ran e
Friday, Nov. ::21. in.the ladies'K's- S .. ,J '49:2Delh worth, his' while;'coming to investigate .- ,, uIIN. .1'* OVER8'J'StEET.uOu Clerk.. has filed notice:Proof of to Intention establish'to claimto m..keThree..e..r CHICHESTER PILLS '. .,V '

tree white'waiting a the land above deserleed.'beforeClerk .Al .. >VEE. / '
blue dark plaid with IN CIRCUIT COUItT, STATK OF KLOK.IDA of the Circuit Court, at Klsslmreee Isdl..t I..r_..g.I ttl VVl'.WMel.r.lNwwJ
dark \ 25o6o desires . .
coat Another".with '? ,full V,
t ; Finder will "" ,'FloridaontthHth day-of- January < .. .... ... _Rs, f
uk collar and cuffs. tfu earing:grove and Jand suitable for ; SEVENTH JUDICIAIT"cniu": PSI lid lie
1914.Claimant _
Cloud seal w.h el.'
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tttY' MI'8., M. E. Broom mixed farming He I also alka'' for I CUIT, OSCKOUV COUNTY.: name as witnesses I..i..IbeP. P.c7, 't, ,
reward 50-1tP<1 ,. of Loughman Flor J1,. A b f.lll.4'UEe Wa'.IA
receive ' IN CIIANCERV.- John Goodman 1 1es.
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'AL STUDIO, 203 B adwa1.and room de.t Winter Home several. desire- small'p1 ces close. to UlMer It' appearing 1J;' K..... ''by UcfeadMt.affidavit Ell-rave appendedto W. T. Lamb of Lrfiughman., Florida. .,?-OlD al DRUCililSlS D'EIM IERfi.r' ''S> yw'

.\ VQlcea correctly placed lIerJltnrton own. :iTtloee the bill filed In the above-stated W. L. Sullivan of Lougrhman CHUB&: Florida. ... .. t" ,- '.
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.meth cause Elmer E. Kul. the defendant
t loped. ''Italian wishing .to 'LAKE U y ,. I therein named. Is a non-real' CT-St, ., _ : / i Register. L.- l
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el1 on Mondays t..... 4--26' 'I .eFLok'n. answer/to above {descriptions; and :, of. the.Unlted States,of Amerca'over.the *?Sealed'bld..wlli''b.rScelv.d BIDS by: the 'Welts' : ', "' .\,
to 9 po'm..Voites tried : 'f 'oifp" will'' sec a fail' 'vatnaUon- thsreupon, It therefore age ordered of twenty-one that aid years Board of County Commissioners of 0. I"<
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ATLANTIC LINE: Location high, healthful, pictUr- should 1 send' full particulars at!once, defendant be and Is iierebyrequired'to : eeol I to County 10 A.at M.. January let.norlda.up A. X>,. 'Real E.tate'and. Insurance : ,. .
VLF'TO as am daily receiving' word of the appear to the bill of complaint .
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rfte or, wire ){eng .Bro", eque. House of;' ten' intention,of. 'number of my.frlendeo : . In said cause on or befor'lIon.da one 114,traction on engine, caves or combination . ,"
,Water ,, the tth ,
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# PLACE FOR THE NEW HIGH'SCHOOL BUILDING THAT MUST BE ERECTED . now on talc by the Osccola Construction and..

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0{' U '. : ,::::.I:' .' .' FICATE OF STOCK VALUED,$100 IN THURMAN CITY DEVELOPING AT LEAST ONCE EACH MONTH.. THIS FORM.OF GOVERNMENT,WILL ;.
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