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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 19, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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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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Volume ID: VID00625
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l-\. of Kisiininjeewill; ;:lose;Rev.:,' .
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} r', ,wanted ,4 building' which to wor-: -: ., I "I :t ; : D, Sibert., tie.has. :-been; : a jpolnted

'hip', 'and began casting" around for. : '. .. . I : t. 1I1IIr -: presiding. elder" of ,the 0/\"MIMd:".s*. .trick. a'' i

,the means wjth 'which to purchase ,I) ,.. 'j 'I-; During the past ,year'h* bu"'ewdeare<.J:
1 saaterlal and workmen. At that I '
pay. .' .f- himself io;>ur,',popie In:awep.: .man-.
here .of the'real
pne. : / bhat it' : to,Me. hearts
.Mortars-.Robert'
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Bass, generally call : i '
1 i yI of ;all 'know he 'Tb ':He'is'L:
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:ed' ''Uncle Rob. Some looked upon \ : gong + t'
Uncle Rob a.worldlyold faftn,. but; M. t { manly man-'a ii'tan.: 'M 1hei";
'those, who knew 'him ';'well'kneW that '/1'I'1'' 1 Yp 1 had any dislikes he kept jbheerilo him.. '

the earned around a heart all large* sir ,. . self.; He ...med..to'1ov.' 'all bbewordj';" ;, ) I,'
ever beat 'In'.the, .breast of 'man, ,and . : and hl..hand"wa. 'ever'(extendedingreeting. .,
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;that henever owned,, a dollar but ...,r.. We ''commend him;.tothefeople It a.;
s what wars.at the disposal of his,f rlends ,' ) 'of' Miami. :That ap: \wkl! .be': 'i.i .

't .r for the 'benefit of any;: charitable 1;" .. honored ,..by his': .presence.v '.
or worthy cause. , ', ? ':, IM., , Rev; .Si.' W.'.Lawler' will.! ;.Ml.the put-, ;& '.',

I So:when the talk of ct.urc building, ; J' . '. pit, of/this-church/during, : ; ''Reverend -' kl' t'a' ; "
Lawler I reeds'no in n>ductior','
y 'reached :Unde Rob' he at' once;, said, .1
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rWhy was told, let's that build money It, was and scarce when andawful' he ,.OPENING,. SERVICES. L BE HELD; SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2d:. Florida' knows '.him, as:.d.\ithousandiwho r'
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'',what la the hat, and 111 .. .... . ... .. .. ,. .. .. .',t.".. know him' to. be a foiWeil.1. orator aiv.r'+'
you've got -"'. .. -- '1'"Ii'" Y ... .. "' -:. .... "'- - -_. .. .. -.... .. ,. '::0'" VW.'L 'I'\ W- thorough hrl.tlanl'1e', friend.: The, ;
:, ,.furnish I the balance.nesesirry to build ,, tributed through, ;Us' missionary ;society less ;;acute 'when Its was learned that apace';can be utilized. The ceiling, is er'e'bfugh was made .,.he was' every I church at ,KI..l unee will,,not ,der't
.a' house' in keeping with the;- groat' ,', '; henceforward it would .be' dedicated the finest grade'' of cypress,, .coming minute( ,', ,(the jobs. We 'do..not;mean through this ,change ll of .pa. r..tjr'; ,
<; /aith( we. :sinners an supposed' ,'to.keep It 'is' said' that,'the old' love 'is the to1 the education,of'our" children_the from' 'the;' celebrated':cypress mills 'at jo.\\'be', understood <'assaying"that: : the i Rev. Lawler has been e', orker'Jn ,the' '>:0
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"t.-_ of" the J we a beat love 'andw 'tfie'lMethodlsts building;having been'' purchased'' by Loughm;n, This 'part of th"' 'wor' tlhe'rI''rnembera.:of the ,boarddid'r.otdo. Master**; ;yjlneyard' of .
', :)oor show. of. loving and keeping His : en ; the School Board, for the' church' and was' a..very liberal!:donation of Bro. .their full duty but John M.'Leo ate,I year*/and has'proved as true as Mealand'aa \
jcommandments," : this city, gathered, to bold'the'. last J Wade Tucker, 'of the slept'.and ''dreamed ':ehurcb.\ 'The doing'rlfittas th.
: ', ; the school, walk and 'work hand\in manager i.DC! \ fear'"ln'' : ,
li?- Ahd'1thstpwae'how'' : the oldcburchMieg ; !1 meeting .and. ':bid, ; good-bye- ,to" the. ,old hand for the moral the. mental and Loughman.mills.. .| building is' a monurnept! to his zeal } warrior, that '4sWfnteredbattier ; ; '
Ss on' Church street w.sVuilt:i building, many werlito. tullof: memories the' Chri.t.Jan\uplltt of ..mankind.. .. . -There are three towers, with, two .ndy wilt",er.',.remain',10' the.minds. . "4 .;b**.'..:; }
.. 1Asd.tben. *'eam. along' IUcb'm4la 'asBass.John i to enswek;when. the pastor bsllr Goodbyotd; house. 'No longer Entrances in. tbe5front 4nd two;In the Of bur people. "Codepeed.'''ttI, :e'I"P 'ir ng:,, ;<,.';'-iJj.J,: ..
"M, Lee?"Johtr1 Bee'a : 'ed"riippn.:'them; ,, \\tg.: ,tell their' story. wln<'W'e' wowhlp,-Vithin your walls' 'J'e eThu 'chu'rCKv"niis"lnclI'rie 'floors'; ,;:And. what, fs one oft' the' 'grtateitreat welcome' to1: *fche" coming."'u.' 'r' f i;'r:.'

l 'dOl nAthera w o',.did the There*was riot 'perioit at that meeting butryou. will remain ore; o.tn, 'our andtjeasy! .!'GUine'p rt1t1ona separating .., JjaJformed' in. ;;the, building ,ofthls'b The1'.servWe 'Sunday; will;( be any! ; ry '

,building tp the congregationhint I thai: tel. tthst, ..the tears: ,that 'fl.w.. cherished,, memories until 'tbe. Reaper. |the Sunday school, room anel -,the u e,, is'that 1tJa, ; ;completed. ducted in- the High Sehoolaudlto. ",".
the means to payf' the ed from their eyes made,then'any the bids us'corner, "'' .main auditorium. .In.the, ,rear of the thoroughly) e completed from cellar toN Dr. Sibert.preaching', 'both mozi e.;. .
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'Find. keep .the fire going i less'- a manor', woman:* li: wan like speaker's platform space has, ,been garret There',1srnotz % :pI.hrol" ,(ocover : and evening ThU is: the,. last $time'
.,.sinter months., ..1 the.. partingi4tfriend. ; .'that: had 'There isa; h--M'.thodlst church reserved! for the magnificent pipe 'Or. ,no'tanait; to"pull not a scrap orubbllh' Dr. Sibert i will preach to";our' peoSlt,
that'old'"buildingcould( been steadfast and.true In every,emergency I now on' Churc.:hstreet,. the'picture ,of"which gan to ,be installed ,sa little later on. toreniove. It, isicompleteln;; I Iev.a.aa'.n as.their pas tor,,and n.' duhtdUosaosn th. .
;the power, of' speech i at every call, Many have fort' .is ,atthe.head, ; ,, pf,..this page. The' indirect lighting system;le.;'used ; : : 'eieiti,+gtrra i -w..I ;hr. ,tIt IIf. ,tI(' '
many acts' of kindness, i taken the church arid 'gone wandering That picture tells in much more .force and arrangements have been ... in the. 'buIWfOC'o .cMroe; .I"r f <+. 1 rAM'theee;'IM1Wi. ...... AII'te .
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Weary souls that found I down' the' Wad that .leads:'to everlasting ful. )aguage. than we, have. at command ,to'put.,in .three'electric fans, for, 'The flrst'eerviee will be. heW in .this. ] aNi" -e ei".Winter the', r he:' ,
:" eads. to heaveny( rertachef hell;with 'CQI'S";w their lips.and i of,JiU- magnificens: mer" -"use; new: building "on Sunday;, ,December done:and for tb4nsaa'M i iST iy . ''1'\, t ?
a ..'.loved ,ones hatred. 'I in.'their .hearts The: church For some, 'years: the Methodists of "This( building' coat, complete' about:. 28th'and' '.tbe'IIrmon'' wLU,1 bis.preaphedby ..oi, .

t ''i ,, .words'as the'last rites. has never' forsaken them ,It ..standsready IUaeimmeehad'realised that .bettor j.'2$,ooo, and the. beauty of it is Bishop ,,rii:,' C. Morneon"To'thisservice .'' .,.JOII '8'' EfISCOP... CHURCH. . ':
over tJ\rem.h\ eof and waiting, and willing to again :all of' Kfsiimmee i Is Invited, .:--0.- '
larger indebtedness J
and building was necessary to only a small -amount. of, "
t ,er pr,father' or'child, clasp them toMubreast' and be'' their: accommodate' the, growing member* will 'be carried over, 'Th' .people!bad forth: building i. a part, a largeart: , ;(Christmas'' service :will: ,be as :t l'j

4' happy as the man guide to. ",the eternaj;,thj-one,, on high. ship,'as Well 'as to keep'paco with the a smindto- -work and they- stood by. of the city, belongs to Kissimmee. lows First Vespers'; W.dneadar' ..
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.JIIewords. that linked Within the"wulls 'aft;: at".old. church; progress jflsslmmee\ : has made.. Some their leaders. The official board were all and the the people paetoSud to 'come the and deacons-want take partIn ,I'' (Christmas ,eve) I tat'' ,8; p." '';,' There's' ,' ,,

,and. woman together there has.'been ,710'wrong' ,'committed.It thr'ee'years ago the'deacons began the the,building committee,, and :.they+ did the meeting. that dedicates the I will be; celebrations' ofcthe'' :'; Dle.l ed'; ,
X a'man'end i woman wa', 'dedicate ;!l '' he", ser>ice: of cell'ectionof'afund: : for that! purpose, their own 'contracting,- .saving thereby --: house to.the service of l God.' : j Sacrament! Christmas pay at,780, .:and.:; ,
1'' :for the friendship God, and He ;has I j-uted the :acts ofthose ' . It1! is: seldom our;;people, here have lOsiO .. ni. i
and'under.the. of ,that indefatigable considerable of
. ""i'- wan., and manyorsigii who met: there worship Him "' guidance ; sum money. the-'opportunity to hear ,.such adistinguihed I 'Christmas Without Christ ,b,' 'a\\. \ "
worker and 'Christian, Jno. Work was'begun .on the building divine as iBishop- Morrison, "' ,t 1
land brought; and obey Ills;taws"; w M. ,Lee,succeeded tn gettipgtogethersoinethi.g' about the' middle of March, and but' and they will .not .permit, thu 'oJl'por. l.shamf-come, and adore .Hini.' J. r /
''the. pennies..eon::_: But the. pang of p rt.ing.aa'made: . ""'W W;:H.I,BALI*-Ztector; .
|; .' .. '. l like!: ten thousand dollars! for the failure of> the'pews to arrive tunity tub.ee, '1 / J.} .

____, _'._ ''.Th conference ''of 1912' .eleeted in ,time they 'would, have' been in the .'I
lieu.'J. D Sibert, D..D., to,administer building sIxweekiago'Thl --
? I It' tot" spiritual 'w'anu'of 'the Metho- '. ,; roan. \:Who' nomjpoied'' the.. board : I'

r I diat 'of Kisslmmee during\ '''the year that had full, charge of the buildingof 1. ...
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C 1813-: and no sooner, had ,he inetalldhimseWf'ae this handsome .edlft are .John M; ,
; 'p .tor'than he ['beganthe, Lee,'J..Emo i.t\1Ih; ?H. ,M. Pfann.8. ,,
task, 'of :.inducing1 his\\ membership 'to S. Buzza/Johnr.; MePhatter. Li Over- +;

begin/.ctlve: ,:worE along ,jtt r .church lines! ..Finally meeting of,the 'D" G.' W.ane..U .faithful ..ndtrue '; '
deacons was called by Dr. Sibert and men-but the real moving. spiritof _
plans,;laid for. ,what 'today ti.;: is!' 'one'" 'of this board, the 'man"who. was ready' ';'.' j..UiP Ji; ; ',F.;(;',: ... 1' ,

-,,,.. the'handsomest'churelt. ediflcee'In the and i willing' at all times. to.place I hisname I ; _
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t South> on, a'- bank, check; to! .'meet :a J ..>
.. a The building ''a..67; '1-2, X 104 Jl-8 shortage In'.the .pay'roll, who found. : ",
0' :, i. \ i't' ,.. t eeUThe: ; main: auditorium' has '" .i aseatng'capaeitr'yof' the .-way1 to get ,the. money: to finish
; : { ':; 400,' the Sunday the building, is .John" .M.. Lee, From-: "
1"'" yi school l auditorium'/CO, thirteen' classrooms the ,tdaY'' the' first spadeful '.of" diitwail

I + I' ; average(of,ao'.eacn, or'. total : : thrown, for; the. ;.foundation' until! I
b : seatingcapacity of',about 900.':The the last tap ;.of the\worlonan's: hammer : . M
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meeting with encouragement at everyplace DEATH ENDS ALIfE'
IQERH they-visited. They left on the f, ,
evening train Sunday, afternoon for .
.... points In the north part of'the stato. Of SUFFERING QYS--OYSjJ;
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:SETTlEMENT Next Sunday'at 3 ,at the Pastime CARROLL ANSWERS TilE ,
Theater Evangelist C. O. Woodwardwill .8.'' S. *, .
deliver a lecture;' subject, "Amer. ,REAPER'S COMMAND ON THE "I'

DEVELOPMENT Those ica-Her who Destiny did 'not and hear Her Mr.Danger Wood-! NIGHT OF THE 12TH. When you 'are ,buying .a.S ito: superior. quality;;',.&--(/., '

; ward's' lecture' last Sunday missed 'I ., ' : ',. .: -- 'Martha "Brand '
'r something good.. Come: to the lecture Some four weeks ago the Valley Washington .. ,
--- Sunday and come early if you want to Gazette contained an account of a
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get-a good seat, as the room'will'' be man who had been found aimlelsly WL? the Gr4 tst Known NameVfMen's ''. Siilli
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IFFKERS( HERE SUNDAY crowded. W. H.: Jones, Pres. wandering aroupd In the cypress Manufactured By .' . '.'.',.'
swamp in the western part of town, '
CARSBEING and how Sheriff Ingram took him in Pants' $3l56: 'im4. . ..
MANY NEW charge and teriderly cared for him, Men's Suits $10.00 and up. .
ILC.; STANFORD TAKE GENTLEMEN and how it later developed that the Boys*'Suits' 3.75 and up. nnu' 4' IN CHARGE AND SHOW RECEIVEDLUPFER unfortunate man was named S. S. '
Carroll and had recently come to '
THEM SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES Florida from Colorado,a sufferer froma JUST RECEIVED
: ,I'' \ OF THIS brain pressure that at.times. caused .
c '' 'J SECTION. HANDLE&: THREE PRATIIER POPULAR GARAGE aloes of memory. Anew shipment of Boy's Suits and Pants of;different ,
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a .MAKES. the sequel of that story. Mr. Carroll varieties. ,High Quality serges, Norfolk '
,, Four officers! of the Southern Settlement I suffered another attack on Thurs ,:
and Development Organization day of last'week, and despite every and plain, double. breasted styles.. Full peg top, J.
t, among which was Clement S. Since moving into the new quarterson attention that could be given him ''trous rs. Sizes 5 to 18.' Don't waste any time, .
Ucker: and Malcolm! ) McDowell spent Broadway, Lupfer &: Prather's passed over..into the unexplored landat -
.Sunday in.Kissimmee, and were shown garage have received many new cars 9:30 Friday night, the 12th and but pick your Christmas suit right now. =:: : ,
t,' r the courtesies by H. Stanford, for- in the lines they handle that have been his,remains were shipped to Denver, ? w
.: mer president of the State Chamber distributed throughout the county. Colo. Monday night, on .order of his .
V of Commerce and present member of Last' week E. P. Dann accepted the son, Fred! Carroll, who lives in Ouray, ,
,the legislature from this county., I management of the garage for Messrs.G. Colo. < URPRISE
th In connection 'with a great big load H. Prather and Earl Lupfer, and Death Is always sad, but In the case :
of this world's goods Mr. Stanford with Tom, Walker, an expert machinist of Mr. Carroll it was well that he ' T E'S
#k 'owns a handsome touring car! and he in charge of the mechanical department should be taken, for his life was a .
!# used, it freely in showing the gentle- they are in a position, to life' of suffering and fear that the ' ... TORE ,
', this section. the business in next he would be
; ; men over Among handle the automobile fine moment wandering _
places' visited .was the Aultman gardens .' shape. abroad without knowledge of who he .
:c which comprise eighty acres This garage has the agency"for the was or from where he hailed. Ills 116 Broadway Kiftlmmee FbJ.
w and lie in--tll western part of town, Hud suffering and fears are ended-he' is
"+ and after a thorough inspection the son. at rest in the home God has'provided

,.: :'' they visitors believed\ unhesitatingly the soil was stated as good that as section these machines and giving being satisfaction.in use in. During this- for His children.' platform- today- - who- -is- equal to George FATAL ACCIDENT" placed In .the loft, and during- that

could be found in the state and far the month this Stuart. He is by far' superior to all night the strain t>n the timbers pmt*
better than much they had seen in the past sale of agency' reports TREAT IN STORE the popular lecturers In,the cause of ed too great and the entire.bulk fell,
eighteen
cars. MACH BIROS. MULES
w' ,. ,. lections that had been praised to the A shipment of new cars arrived moral reform.-Len Broughton, catching two mules, one being killed,
ry ....e,"' skies._ ._ .. Saturday,of last week and are being; FOR OUR PEOPLE Baptist'Tabernacle'Atlanta. Ga. instantly and tho other so Slverely-;
v' in the Aultman gardens they foundgrowing fast distributed to the buyers in this i -. LOFT CONTAINING TEN TONS OF] injured that it is mon than probaUe-!
almost every variety of vegetable city. Almost every day Some new. \ :... ., UNION CENTER HAY FALLS KILLING ONE roll\ have'to be killed. ( \,
,.' i such cabbage. lettuce anl1n- comer to Kissimee or some old resident --- MULE AND INJURING Several chicken were roosting oa ;]
.;::::"I', plant, okra, onions, celery, etc., desiring to own a good automobile REV. GEO. R. STUART; HUMORIST- Services were conducted Sunday'by ANOTHER. the partitions between the stalls, and ..
quantities that demonstrated this locality And their way to this well known EVANGELIST TO'' LECTURE Rev. J. D. Wyandt, assisted by Dr. they were crushed to death.
1' i t to be exceptionally favored for garage and are fitted out with the HERE SATURDAY JANUARY McKley. Two very interesting ser Mach Bros., who conduct,an''extensive There were sixteen mules Under this r"
,. I : the trucking industry. -The crops best that money can buy., mons were delivered to. a large audi. livery and sale stable at comer loft at the time, but how fourteen Mo,. ,
'-.f.-'iI' were in' splendid condition! ) and all' Pr ther'&: Lupfer ,handle all kindsof 24. Ni ence. of Dakin avenue and BroaJway.ke caped is a miracle. Evidently they J
'G' four of the 'gentlemen were effusive ,automobile accessories, and "Lon" I. The Y. P. C. E. met''' in. regular a large numbar of mules In the/,roar sensed the danger and crowded: to the
: '" i in >their praise, and said they could Dann says if it. is for an automobileyou :session Sunday evening. '. part of their building'their Malls being ends, where the flooring of the loft ;
! t '-r' nee no reason why the people here did can get it at this garage. Prospective i i The eminent /humoristevangelistwill Lonnie Hughey,spent Sunday .in St. directly under the hay loft. .Wed was held by beams. I I Ii
", t'A, ;,' not convert every idle acre into a buyers would not lose any. deliver an address in Kisoimmee Cloud. nesday there was ten tons of, bay The loss will be about $700. ,t'
.t: truck patch, as from evidence on 24 1914, o.
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..:..; every hand this soil produced immense. named above demonstrated before a. m.on "The Trend of the Times,". . !' 1
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.\ afternoon in giving the gentlemen UNION'CENTER ''I''regard George Stuart as the \
an insight into our'' superior, advan Mrs. H. C. Lightsey! and'' daughterare greatest "Yangellst.Sam< P. w
', for the. growing of fruits and the guests of her parents, Mr. and Jones. "", JOHRISTMAS
: and they wjthout Mrs. J. K. Hilliard, several this "There few
excep .,, days are a outstanding daysIn
,, here was no section of Flor week. .' every man'.*life.. One is the dateon
,rtages favored either as to soil ort Miss Blanche Lawson was the guest which I heard George Stuart. As
/, and predicted that our coun of Miss Ruth Harvey Sunday I t heard this natural genius, of' the .t
:. double in, population in the The handsome home of G. B.'Lawson pulpit- and rostrum I' thanked God
'two years., Is expected to be occupied within for His goodness in giving a mansuch
, .,; The gentlemen are making a tour a few days.Freddie . gifts for uplifting and refreshing -
,t of the state 'in the interest of the 'Harvey made special our weary race."Robert Mcln- .
N G Southern SettlementandDevelopment trip to the mail box Sunday accompanied tyre, Los Angeles, California. 4
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merchandise we have,,,ever offered, our holiday patrons ROCKERS CHAIRS, ,DRESSERS;' TOILET TABLES; BQPNQMT; t tA 'I

CHIFFONIERES CHIFFOROBES, BUFFETS SIDE, ,
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lion, A. E. Householder; Sarasota, J. We're sure to goodness. going'to have. here, and say that the stories''.they reached the deWa to pmd
Where, Methodist Ministers A. Morrow; Miakka," W. .A. Betts. them. '"' heard of. Kissimmee' 'wonderful 'ad ten. in, ,UUs, Jwburverysensibly stmoep
Ocala District-F R. Bridges, P. E.; W. A. Spence came 'home from vantages wen.*not in the least exaggerated fn M 4clslon
Brooksville mil'ion, -J.: W. Lynn; Apopka, '.with some friends per auto in fact condition are, much ,' which ,wilt Chit ass
\ Will Serae During 1914bVpM&fc Bushnelf H. P Blocker; Clearwater "Tuesday.. Mr.'- Spence 'was show more-favorable than,they, expected to pleasant,+here
J: 'L; Moon: ;, Coleman, 'A..; N.. Cole; ing bis ,place' with a view of 'tenting find them.. Li winter that
, ',,, ;: : ', ". -r''" Leesburg',' S. Grady Largo; A. M it.- ".' f x' '. this
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iI .t'r"" i\ T J": "'jx' .. '1- Daiger; Dade. City, F.'Pixon; DunneU A. Robbins Ceo. Harrison and .1'.' E.; '
: $ SIBERT'ACPOINTED;: OF.MIAMI; Ion, A; M. Mann; "Inverness, G. T. Mattox retiirned l fromjAAaofe* a r>w 'q. "SJr(:.: ;, ,. ;.. winterX
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Butler; Tarpon Springs .T. .W Tom- days ago They have cclt Wtd.their ;/ L
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""*AND S./W. LAWLER. WILL BE IN CHARGE. 'OF CHURCH. "Jv> \ *"- kins; 'Webster. "TW M Lord;'Ocala, J. part*of'the work. '.on the. new. hotel at: :... FOR, KISSIMMff'PAItK home the :
,,71,""" ' KISSIMMEE.. , ". LAt M. Grass; Wifdwood.S. F. Stephens; that place, he sells 't reedy ctss. '
Crystal Eiver,. C. S. Edington; St. Mr. Dement boid the world/
-- and. M. H.1 Nor- -- \ for.'short'
Petersburg mission hand writing, a
ton and .0.' E. Rice; Southland, B. V." REVIVAL SERVICECHRISTIAN ISAAC S. DEMENT, TO SELL HIS book he,'tells how he
the close of the Methodist conference w. H Funk; .Fleming street, H. Rice; Hodnet. that feat, and how oth can
at Tallahassee on ,TuesdayBiihop Memorial W. ,T. Morgan; L. A. Trinidad The Latin missions of Florida-J, CHURCH SHORT HAND TEXT BOOKS" both,the r ape d' and effld
Morrison ". pounced the following : Indian River mission to be sup D.. Lewis: superintendent, Tampa die 'FROM KISSIMMEETS Mr. Dement and family ars
appointments for the. year plied;: Kissimmee, S. W.. LawlerrLemon trict; J. b. Lewis, superintendent, CubanSpanish -. SUBURB; did acquisition to our city's
1914: City and Fulford', W. A, Weir; missions, West Tampa;' f and- we extend to,, then a
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,. I. Bartow Distrlct-J.'R. Cason, P. E. Miami; H. G. Davis; Miami City mis- San Mateo; G. Peres; 'Ybo'r Cfty, Sari ATTRACTING LARGE, CROWDS dial welcome.Teacher.o'youicnow. ' '
\.'f'i" I. Alva, Oliver Boggess; Arcadia Edward eion, Loser'. ; Orlando'' J. E. Wray; Se Marco, D. Carters;' East Tampa, San ,AND .'MUCH GOOD' IS BEING The.'I.ua' add'icon to the business ,
i" T. Leys Bartow, J. F. Bell; bowl, bastian- ; F. RoI.ndI' Stuart; and Jen- Lucas, J. Figruerai, supply; Roberts ACCOMPLISHED. life of this section is Isaac '1 1tgnt
,t' W. B. Fresco Fort Meade, sen, T. M. ; and Cocoa City San i Juan, Rodriguez; supply'. Dement, : what
) ing Green, ; who came down .on from Chicago '
a trip
D. A. Cole West Palm Beach W. .latlTe"laf
Fort G. F. Scott; ; Italian Missions-Little Italy, San I : h
J.TU Kilgore; Myers last winter
I \ East Fort Myers. J,,,i., Daniel; Haines P. 'Bushman; .:conference evangelist. Paolo} Thomas Barone; East Tampa, The revival at the Christian church, of land at Kisslmmee and purchased Park.. Forpversl a tract 4 Little Elsie-Yes.ma'am.... :Myer
City J. W. Austin, an done to be ..up.plIU W. F. Allenf'; student, Vanderbilt' University San Lucia' (3.V. 'Romeo; Roberts BO, far,, has proven to I be one of the 'Mr. Dement has been George is one..Teacher .. -
; ti.: ( ; Kothleen, M. T..Bell; Lakeland, . \ City; San Glov.nni. Ai;; Reina. best ever held here.! Dr. .Woodward's years in selling text book engaged "' '
ii 1"1 i ; Palatka District-Smith Hardln Miami, District William T. on' short How can.your. bad
P Morgan of
,:' .1. B. lacy; Dixieland and Myrtle street, , sermons are the highest order. hand writing, his headquarters distant '
( W. IL Steinmeyer; Mulberry,'G. S. E.1( Apopka,' G. E. Penny; Anthony, superintendent," Cuban missions His logic is clear, his manner' direct I the, Windy City but being I a relativ;:lives
had Little
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'; Roberts; Nichols and Pierce; Butler.NoeateeLG. M. Outland; Altoona mission, I. B. In Key West'L.; A.'Trinidad.'R.' D. and earnest, and his words chosen
\ W. Strickland; Punta Cor- Roberts; Bunnell L. D. Haynes'; Cltra, Barrios; E. L. Salvador, F,Bon, supply and went, -,A true man of God, his _
Yu'; 1\'\ Sistrunk; Winter' Haven, R. W. :J., Nease;: Crescent City and 'St ; missionaries to'Cuba' M. Domingues faith devotion are manifest to ", .
ij a; HBarnettr, Wauchula, L. Griffith; Johns, S. 'I Hendrik; DeLand L. D., ?,,1. Gonzales and N.; J.,' Castella- I all. ." a.t'-
f. i Labell,. John' R. Henderson; Boca LoweEnterprise.... W.. J. Bartlett; no.. He will speak, tonight 'on "The Good l'ir''
: \ C. M. Pullman; Chicory to beiSSuX .!Hawthorne!! 'circuit! ; ,, J.; L." Folsom_ ; I III Trembling Judge;" Saturday night,I Things;
r4i St, James, L. G. Day; &>lfo.J Kingston and fort orange, H. E. : Sunday morning, "The ,
<. ;! 6. Major) ; Bermont, C. W'Gatewood Partridge" ; Maltland; K. D. Jones; Melrose Ideal,"Congregation:: ;" Sunday afternoon '
Hr, editor Florida Christian Advocate W.' F.,Jones Micanopy, G. S. 'Orange Center II .t Pastime theater, "America- .
''". ,t, \ ,, ;J. Edgar'WHson D. J. Ivey. ,and Henderson; New Smyrna, J. Q. Wells; Her' Destiny, Her Dangers;'" Sunday II .' '" B
C. W. White., Oviedo .A. L. .Hope; Orange Springs night, "The Way ,that is Infallibly.Safe. ,II .
, Gainesville Circuit-J. W. Bingham, mission, W/H.' G. Slaymaker; Palat. will you.. Mr.. Gazette, accept a ." .A 'welcometo' all.. .- '< i'o '
Bron- ka, W. M >Poage; Rodman' and Fort suggestion in behalf of the merchant. : (Yule
E. *; Holflinger Happy
Alachua, II. ; : Toi' $
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W.H. Newark; Ce- McCoy, G. H. York; Reddlck. J.C.- .: of KissimmeeV:from little old Orange ) (, : i
mIssion ; Pace; F. E. Steinmeyer: Seville Center,. in with, the . *' .* 'i it "
da"Key, H. C. Nance: J. F. Sanford, . B. connection "Buy CAPTAIN'fWSBlE' : : . ? > >; 'i ,NI7.f '
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?j: \ Gsinesvllle mission, C., E.H.''G.Summers,Kilgore;GainesI High I(,la,J. P. Rooney.;"Winter Gardens. Steen are a few stores in KJlltmm..'where HERE, FOR WINTER. , ,, '' : ,. .... .' :j:, ",
k r,:I".' Springs vilU A. J. Bennett;. Jennlfg toi J[fBock.. v' one is 'made to,, feel at home.: It Isthat"at 4 ; ' '. '" i"r J[e. ,,---i'. I....,,' .. '\ ,;' I '.
1I Jasper, J. T. Mitchell; Tallahassee District-J. P. Hillbura, home" feeling that causes a " ,
.: be supplied O.k, W; A..Mne'! Live Oak mi. B E.; Apalachlcola; T. 4, Z.' Barr; customer to want to 'trade: at some IN SPLENDID HEALTH AND BIDS H .. .Jo'",--'v ,,7b Eat I.h.\:
I Live D G Mcban; Lake City. II. Aucilla and Greenville.T., R Adams; particular kplace.l, Your writer would FAIR TO ENJOY MANY'MORE ,, : , .
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Butler,' H. Logan; -Hypes CarraJiell.4 C.F ;' ) places of -
n T. Gaines; E.Lake. K.. Denton* White 'Y'OrkL: Chattahoocbee circuit R. business) in Kiasimmeer where peopleare WINTERS IN KISS15IMEE.. ,:\ ; .... I.. '1// ..' .
BTfc E. Weayer; Willi.ton.-J. ,So well: FonhoU way, E. T.: Breland; made to feel!that they are really If.-; '
.. . :Greensboro circuit, W. A. Fisher; H..ana..P. .- wantedbut that wouJiI, e a'little out '. "
.' : ..- Mirkler.: R;. P.tt4r.. .A :;Fletcher. Hinson. J. D. of order-in'thi..COIUMIL The most oftheTktorea Som. three 'weeks-ago a gentlemanfrom \ )Everything':for:Fruit;. Cakei
Jacksonville District-I. Murray Leon circuit F. L.-CroWson; there are afflicted with Hillsdale, Mich. arrived.in Kis .
t eon P. Eo, Brlceville. circuit, E..T.,'liar.j'dee -J M.dllOl1'- station, d.:: F; Blackburn; proprietors- and clerks, who are so simmee. and at i once) hunted up 'the . 'i y s> .
CalUhan,' R, L. Monk; Fer- Madison circuit'K I. >Allen; Midway, apathetic as to'cause ,hill"'.creeps Valley Gazette :office .to 'deliver the "
0"j I I. W. Longacref Green Cove I D. U.. to, chase that Captain John .L' Fri. Plum Puddings rjFreah'kid
,. Blookworth; Montlcello, 'E J. up and down the spine of a message a. z!
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J. H lazier:JhIAti Gateei, Mayo an : ehurch'W.Car'': perry II. C.Uardin;,Quincy, Howard to go to a store where..it ia necessary lighting of the yule log, and good to .
d \ J+ckeOflU'.First} Dut.dSopcJtopptp J.1.. UrHunter( ;; Tal to wait fo ran "unbusy" dork to1 wait bu .word the captain accompanied by , < 1. '"
i 1S; pentu;.city' mission I A. Guy .ndIt. lahassee Trinlt.nd Bouievard.-T..J. on' one.. It makes'on..feel' like 'put.. Allen Aguew and Mr.; Smith detrained .
"", k., .., Eo Moore: Mars J. Patters.n; Nixon;'Waukeenah James A. Hendry; ': ting a,ft craekeri1lJ1d.r;them or- ipmalning here;:Tuesday,''afternoon and will for (:Tennessee turkeys ;
t.I) Park ,tract, ': Phoenilt .Park.' .West Madison. '.Normal. school. .W.' O.I out of.the place and-ordering the next five month Inhale the ifs ;
t'\ y, J.: S. Chapman: SL ;M.tthew. a d Ranch';+ \ ;; -/" '\r by mail.' )f" giving air that ever .blows' from off .. If

. ,l' .. lll' Road, J. Co' Jones Hendry and E1l7; WeJI Sup.. .''Tampa'Djatrict-: O.:, :A\Th', ower P.: Yl.'FIlarnevfather; ; of our.fellow our.lak., lti. 0 : nil :be furniehed': '
/> vY eld J. A. ( townsman;,T.t L. .Th.'aptain.1.i: In splendid health, ; tin : ,
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: c.W Macden Tampa'First{ church W.-Thomp
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( Mlddlebur, D..D. 'Pif ; : ; Tam-
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Davis -since last here, but will "
; 4 G" ,Co PIM I1eIghtarlq%C.i'; Jenkins.Highland ;itay inrt ha| old Hiome:.in : no'more' ,
: ;New. Augustine ., South Carolina.: He lie attempt:t($ 'spend -a ,winter aivajrfrort. 'received by:.Dec.:23rd.
'....f eG01 SL Augustine 1..1". Chair I II" Selma-'avenue"and. and day mission, Is says Orange. Canter Kisslmmeevas.as the'weather.'div : ..
: JaaksBnviU. .I. ;.Eo Wood- J.:c.. DIg *.-,and one to'be supplied; good' enough,for him: water'and the air of,.'this sectionaswhat .
I South W, Crame : Ansd ., Gary John Beers; Port'Tarn pa,>I:;"B. ; j John, Hewing, .; 'inana.rer''ot : *,
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.I.f., ,,.'! ; W. G. ;' Langford. ; St. FeteraP '" mission, the Pines l here, ,Was a welcome visitor 'C.ptain.Friabie's 'who,-Is .
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c : "JESTFORE" CHRISTMAS" HOW TilE SAVINGS BANK HELPS not written'' to. disparage'in: ''\ : any "" :' "',

Kissinimee' Valley daze e.STVJUIT .r ., ., FARMING. IN: the.magnificent farming. set_ t I
You the ,' : ', "... .
'Father' calls'me William, sister calls think: your Mittfe ft not great .
Vfl AT. OPFIO >K IN ALLEY OAZBTTB BUILCINQ.KXBattdcmi. ., furnished Me world v
worth saving but I have noticed years
:< oLA> COUHTT, FLORIDA ___"I__ .. Will, that the ; and the theater FLORIDA PAYS filled bread baskets, and will ..... _,
Mother calls Willie but the' fdTericall cigar man ?
. .. -, me of those
.$ .: me'Bill.'" -- man and the-soda water man have -- ---... to do so to the profit wtto
. ) .: ., j. Owner cultiv te'Th.. stat ment'I." Ma4e
/ + ; <. .. .. .. Editor and Manager Mighty glad I ain't a girl-ruthor be such a high opinion of your "little" [ in .
; .i w ; ahoy that each is glad to get his handson .HANDSOMELY simply to insist, that making tIt-:
Without them sashes :curls- just a small fraction of it in par eons, all the facts should be take. '
; an' things
RATS: One oopjr, one year ; ._ .11.69 .. If '
NW .Leal tba -.-.......__ .T* On copy, ,three months "*..... .to theft worn' by Fauntjeroyl! order that he may carry it to HIS into consideration. a man 1
I . Love to chawnk green apples and go bank and have it'placed to HIS IS GOOD to raise wheat and western ,, ;
BECAUSE THE SOIL '
i dwrttira zoept from our authorised correspondent. must b* swlmmin in the lake- account. I suppose it is all the and enjoys the cold climate he si .
to the bank "little" Isgoing not come to Florida. But if, as .
Mr Hate to take the castor' lie they give same -your :
will not b returned unless called tor.
/aatt.r i desire
he for any reason to .
? for belly ache! I thore anyway-but: .ayllt! ONE GRAPEFftUIT TREE WILL happens ,
1 at rile Potoltto In Kl..lmm.*. Florida a* eoond-cla_ mall matter. 'Most all the time, the whole year 1 it is going there anyway, would it PRODUCE. MONEYAS live in a warmer climate' and' wiahea . :
MUCH
round, they ain't. no flies OIl not be- better to carry it there AS to look over the opportunities' (
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1913. But jest 'fore Christmas I'm as good me] yourself, and have it placed to AN ACRE OF LAND Florida for making a living at farm. J

as. I kin be! YOUR credit.?-Edward Leigh IN THE NORTH. ing or fruit culture, he should bear aH, '-
','' OUR ADVERTISERS PelL these details in mind. To simply general .. II
,.-,; .- Got yeller dog named sick tact IE: with one eye shut and one A
,, -j a ?Sport, Every-once in a while you read in It is a noticeable that many. ear
; him the cat closed; is not to know the facts or"
k on ; your newspaper about a savings bank of the farmers of the Northwest who
I
I. V'attention of our readers called to the advertisements in this First thing she knows she doesn't account which has lain dormant for come to Florida on a prospectingtour arrive at any 'correct conclusions.

i ery branch of business in Kissimmee is displayed in a pleasing know where she's atl a number of years. The depositor has begin at once to compare the Without question, the same b"' Ins.

4 ier' ,' and many''' merchants and other institutions have shown their ap- Bot. a clipper sled, an' when' us kids died or moved away and forgotten all soil of Florida with that of their own Industry and capital worked out in.

t1oa'6 the Valley Gazette by liberally using its space to return their go out to slide about the account he started in the locality entirely from the standpoint Florida will bring as much net cash
'Long comes the grocery cart, an' we bank. Then a. claimant for the ac of its profitable yield of wheat. They returns as it will in any other locality. ,
t"'to patrons end wish them a Merry Xmas and it Happy Nay Year. all hook a ride I count comes to light.,' and it is found look at the Florida sand and then The best 'of grain at the highest

fi I [Valley Gazette takes this occasion to thank all its patrons, and elI But sometimes when the grocery. man that compound Interest has largely in- think of the black loam of their price does not come without the most '

ti, I .,,business men Klssiramee for the more than liberal patronage" is worried.an' cross created the original account, and. i in Northern farms and shake their careful and intelligent labor. The

Ijib I during the year, and heartily wishes them a Merry Christmas lie reaches at us with his whip an' some cases 'What was only a small heads In. a doubtful manner as to th finest of New York apples are not
larrups up his hoes surplus baa the of eproduced in any easy haphazard man;
by
a lapse years, prospects of gaining a living I \
,.r J : .i'happy, .,' ,) and joyous New Year. An' then I lag an' holler, "Oh, ye become a modest fortune. that kind of soil They fail to real nero The high grade of long staple ..
,
', .' It,! never teched me!I" Few persons realize that the greatgrowth ize that Florida puts forth no claims cotton will not grow promiscuously' on.;
But jest Yore Christmas I'm as Z-d of, thin soil poorly cultivated. Neither ''
savings deposits is due only as a competitor of Minnesota,. Iowa
DA AS PLEASANT AS FLORIDA WINTERS
; SUMMERS ARE i as I kin be. : in will''profltable fruit and vegetable:
part to the excess of deposits over and the Dakotas as a wheat producing
<'!"' ..t.t.u.. Granmar she hopes that when I withdrawals, but,largely to'the credit state. But they also fail to real. crops grow on Florida sand unless 1 ,

j t "'Valley ,Gazette is constantly in receipt of letters from persons in git to says be a.man of interest, a growth from within. ize that an acre of Florida sandy soil I they are given careful attention. But
Did you ever stop to,., ionsider why plus the balmy climate, of Florida that under right cultivation there is
of the 111 be
| nad; West asking for 'Information as to the conditions a missionarer like her eldest. it is that there are laws prohibiting plus' the proper fertilizer will often as much cash return in Florida farming .-
during the summer months, whether it comparatively as bot brother Dan '' there is with the
q M et banks from paying interest on dormant " produce as much net cash as 25 or as same effort
, lfai it I is mild in winter,. and <"how on earth do we stand it to liver was Ceylon's up by isle cannibals that liveson accounts after'' a certain periodin even 50 acres of wheat land. Twenty expended elsewhere, is very easily

r "I June, July and August. Where every prospeck. pleases an' only most states around twenty years? five bushels of wheat to the acre is a I demonstrated to any thinking person., .

darer each writer by letter would require the employment of at man is vile. pqyou know why it is that in no state big average yield. This amount of' 'Orlando Sentinel. '., .
But of the Union nor country in the world grain Sells at from 65 to 75 cents per
i 'r;more person in our office, therefore we will use the columns grulalar' aha Las never Wen *. : t"
are interest bearing financial '" ,
see'a wold west show trusts bushelaftec it is hauled to the local .ADVERTISED LETTERS ', ,
Gazette to write'a blanket but brief answer to all our'enquirers.e ', permitted in perpetuity for '' .
Nor read the life of Daniel Boone or even market.: In other words it is good ...;.
bi'R1orida fully appreciate the fact that people living""In the North else I guess she'd know or any considerable length of time? land a food: crop and stiff'prices that '.

j', f..ytt>alieve that if the weather Is .mild hers during ,the winter,, months That Buffalo BiD and cowboys i. good The reason is simply this even one brings back $17.50 to $20 per acre, Advertised list for:_tho two> weeks '

tof;; necessity be relatively warmer in the summertime.' : 'enough fer me! savings account or one trust, If'allowed gross. '''Three or'' four good' orange ending December, 1913. I'" '!
But fore tq earn compound interest indefinitely trees will often yield thin amount of
tYd.. facts that it .is much cooler in this section of Florida I jest Christmas I'm as good Artmpurirer, Oro aJnklna'Bilasi. .'
are during as I kin be., would in time absorb all the money value and plenty of grapefruittrees ,,"" ..r..ori. MlM Beth ,
tier,'months.than it is in any other state In the Union except'in' the ; money in the world! ,bring that amount from single N.dle I Jones. Mr. R: C j
A,,' then old That gives idea of the frown. Oeo A Kllmtnit/ Tob ol -'' .,
,. thermometer seldom going above 95, and there is a constant Sport he hangs aroundas you some tree. hl..l..r.l A A CO Lear Co. .;'" '.'
.v "Jr issimmee lIon what,is known as the backbone of Florida, about solemn-uke an' still; strength of compound interest. The It is therefore obvious that to make Evans Jmtlf Mar.. Mr Bdl< "
His eyes they "What's illustration is perhaps a pretty big one intelligent comparison between Edwarda. J O MoCollousD. M D
)lrtan e from. the Gulf and ,the Atlantic, and "is regarded,,?as'the1st , the matter aeem-a-sayin'r, Bill 1 to grasp. Here are a few simplerones. the any products of the two localities, all
ro tri / .I locality in America. Man nor beast has never received, a sunstroke The old cat sneaks down off her perch Money earning 4 per cent semiannually these well known facts should be Frank Nwbrrry.rd', 'RichHOM. -

$ if ., Ida/and prostration from beat is unknown. and wonders what's become compounded interest' will taken into consideration. 'Of course Mery. Mm' R P >N..> lon*. IT' M .

w \wo1tJd 'say to our friend in New Mexico that If be can't find peace Of them two enemies hem that use double itself the first time in about there are chances to take on the orange llu Hudson to make things hum! seventeen and a half One dol
ofntentment in this section he can't find' it earth and if years. crop. Some years the yield Is Mary J Hynea. Mr Annie'. ,
anywhere
on ,
W' But I'm BO polite an' 'ten' so earnestly. lar at that interest, in fifty years will poor and sometimes the prices are Intrtt KlM HlKmon. oJ' i t.
:j ;possessed .ef four or five thousand dollars and a sensible wife can tom C multiply itself more than seven times. poorer but there are also many trio Co. Tlnon. Mia tae ,
"
.' ,, here, he 'would make a failure at anything 'anywhere, in the That. mother says to father "How improved In other fords, if you could today put chances to take on the wheat crop or A4>.r liw. lint" f.. Ib. .we' wk j.

i, "E" our Willie bl"! I out $1,000 at 4 per cent compounnd a corn crop or a hay crop. In quite ...... De4o. M Jel:!; -

.;, ct. of men have come to this state practically penniless that ,But fathers havin' been a boy himself, interest. and leave it undisturbed for, a.large section of South Dakota the }h..... IM r.uln- Mr MoU '.
suspicions me fifty years at the end of that time 'past year ,the drouth was so habby Nancy |lie'.' .
prolonged "
k' "iJ;:4poss.ai moderate fortunes, and if Friend Mertie. is the man ,his letter When jest 'fore Christmas, I'm 'as your thousand dollars would have that the wheat..rrop scarcely Hr.per,. JK PrlntUa. Ml.. K1rnlllb..rt. -,' <.

ua,.tbinkhe is, hell succeed here beyond his ;fondest hopes,''andhj!.. good as I kin bel! grown to more than $7,247. paid for the seed and'labor, without linrrl D 1\In II P nandell.lam Wee ." *

the induced her'to Here is a table showing what weekly profit to the land who Johnion Mr FuEth..l. .;
.ngver'ceaseblessing day'he become a Florida. For Christmas with its any ; owner ,
'!.h t f Iota and lots savings of one, two,or five dollars rents out his land on shares. This Is nl* Ro.. Frank '
\ / of candy, cakes and toys will amoun tto-at 4 cent'in five fObn.on. Mr p T Kobvrl. It M t
ftle'e per
.
' Was J J H.v.r*. AT"
j' ) made they -- - --- n -
letter follows ,
I ; say, for proper kids ten and twenty years: ---c = Malon. Wm II Kmallwood. K B '
a", : Raton, 'N. M.,, Dec., 10, IfllS. and not for naughty boys; Weekly Savings at 4 Per Cent. they were'one-tenth less and save the Morrl.on. Mr. Hncll. D B "t
: 1 So.wash yer' face an' brush I Morgan 11 R CO. ''
yer hair Dep. wkly 6 10 20 difference. Hhtrpton ,
r."f3.. Triplett, Editor Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee ,, yrs. yrs. yrs. '
ri; Valley an' mind \\7ur Mincer. C >! Heaver. John
p's and q's, Sl.OO ...
$ 293
660
,P1I irida. An' bust ', $ $1,614 Money saved Is insurance against MrlxMiK-hlln. Mr Hmlth, T J '
don't out your pantaloons, an' $5.00 ..._ 685 1,301 3,228 failure and saving Is a good business Florida Tln r. Hrbrt .
; I I hclosed 'find one dollar, and cents for don't wear, out shoes Nelhon. Mr. A A8.I".ter, Mrs ',''
,, fifty $1.50)( yet ;_ $10.00 ... 1,462 3,262 S.070 training and a stiffener of the moral 1'1"> '
I'.rker I K '
r Sr t, subscription t to' Say "yessum to the.ladies an' "yes- The following table shows what backbone.It Eliza :
; your paper. one- PoRlx. Ml* Lucy Wrl bt. )(1''. nubyft.'' (> ..
Curto the men, tenth of giver ,monthly salaries will is the Proctor. Mr. Mol William. Mrs . '
i e for some ;time,been in communication with Wauchula. An' when there's strong and confident man II- *?' .
company don't amount to in ten Radle :/ '
Pay r.' ", but by, accident secured! a copy of your paper, which I your plate; for pie again 'pass 4 percent: years, if depositedat one that greater getsjthead.confidence and nothing than gives nave Price Kd. Tate.., r.nn.II' ,!,.:..""

xnt ,for a time with the: idea of getting acquainted in your But, thinkin' of the'things ,yer'd like. Amt. with int. money in the bank, honestly acquired.to Ward. Mattl ; (; 'I';'

J A '. aDd It! possible locate there. to see upon that tree, ) Mo. salary I/ 1-10 dep. In 10 )1''. -St. Augustine Record. B. B. SIMPSON > ;

I having the/ time,of my life to get'my wife to think" .,1 dot .l Jestfore Christmas! be as good as,yer $100.00 _.- !___ $10.00$1,476.00 Postmaster.' ."..j,
60.00 ....;_.., 6.00 885.00
\ fa the place for ,us. She has an, idea that she could -Eugene ,Field.. 60.00 *______ 6.00 737.00 .

the,summer,heat;a friend'of.hers having-told her of her z 45.00 .:._-__. 4.60 663.00 ,

". v'I Iwhen :aha 'visited Florida one summer'' about two years. ASKS INCREASE '40.00 _.,..?? 4.00 689.00 -... -'. '".. 'I'\' 1

"i ; 'yon kindly'tell me about the befit in your immediate loIsiftl'wh.re' 30,00 .-___: 3.00 442.00 '

o'o't' t, in your 'opinion ia, an ideal, place." bar a couple IN 25.00 -.___. 2.60 368.00
SALARY Now the
LIMIT question for each reader
p or t foyr thousand dollars, aged about 'fifty-fiye years, toWsT to'' ask himself isi Have I any com \

: 4 pound, interest'working for me? !

; '' 'Mii'i'beed' at,'railroad work ,all my life and am thoroughlyv SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE If you have been earning money for CO.e:1

1 K,"sad if I could live for the rest of my days dolnc'.8ome.. WANTS MORE PAY FOR some time but have not yet seriously
considered this
> matter of saving, sit :
f not ,to make money, but simply 1 ,live, a ntedJfn.' SCIENTIFIC WORKERS. down now and ,
,
i > bee \co. ; .r' y C figure out how much
li Indeed. .' '-> '\' * "," '. *" ; ,
1 ''(; :, 7' VW ; \ you would be worth today if you had '

;,... ,whatever information you may be ,able to give .me I shall saved 16 per cent or 25 per cent, of .f
f 'you'' very much.! The Secretary of Agriculture makes your income from the beginning and Boo
-
tell the, following recommendations to had put your savings where they, er u,
:forget to me the facts about the heat.
A summer Congress in his, annual report ,just would have been profitably at work' .
t j Very truly.yours,,, issued: i in your behalf with the aid of that tireless -
r J., B. MERTIE' That' the salad limit of scientificworkers worker-compound interest A' '* "r '

....-- .. .- in the department be raised. Such financial introspection is good and'Stationery '.. ?
-
- for
.
- That increases aggregating $1,074- one. ;
ping> : with all the people breeds. We hope'" Mr. RolifTa examplewill 887 be made in the appropriations of It is ISO easy to' follow the line of i WJ"

and especially' the state be followed by many others. Beef the department for the next fiscal least resistance that many men have ,

/ 6, ne The News to' the Florjournalism. is much .too high herev-Orlando ,Re- year., The principal items in this increase not the strength of character. to do Store '.. ... .
1 'e porter-Star. are as follows:. anything else. For most of us,:spending :

y'4rt' ' t For extending the work of eradicating not saving, is the line of least ,1 "

.. animal diseases, tho enlargementof : resistance. . .- ,_ .. -. )( .
nt Wflson got sore over We have received the Booster the work in feeding and breeding A'' good way to save money is to -- .. .,.. t. .
'
bang at i the hands ,of the Edition of the Sanford 'Herald,. Bob live. stock,' for ,dairying, ''and ''for enlarging imagine your income 'smaller than ,' \'. '

1'' I lab/' Wait Until_ the Grid, ;Holly's paper. It is a jimdandy, a and enforcing the meat-in.. it really is" and put away the differ. Gifts Appropriate Men Wogip '.rpy', -
# '' ;of 'Washington' takes a crackerjack, and will do a world of spection law, $260,860 ence. For example, whatever your ; , ': "
of Mm, h wont be' able'toa good for the Celery City.by inducing ", For, the extension of investigations earnings are, ,conduct yourself as if : Vtl

'? t ,, mont 'or fearl of nigh t- new, settlers to locate there. But in) connection with the introduction . men and Children 1(', ,
.
a then we were not surprised 'at its and breeding of new plants, the study ; 1",,:" 1!:.
bigness or its perfectnees for,'when and control of plant diseases, and the ' "
Ktesitnmee 'Valley Gazette is Bob Holly and Will Collins join hands improvement of crop production with f .

th&beet; if not the best, weeklypisfHUied in the newspaper* game, nothing buts particular reference to cereals,' $45- : .

U $ in the state; and i big things could result. 5 . '. ..'\ ,...
660.For :. .
s
hy our friend and former fel- the classification of agricultural Biggest ;. '
'of >South. Carolina, Bill I v. lands and the survey of forest more ;

sJ nil tea hustler, and a self Kissimmee has organized a 'Buy homesteads on the' national forests, ?

,,'one at that.--Lake'Butler Star.oounty' at Home,.Club." '. Mail order business $143,577. ;.' r

/ '' f has,been cutting into the sales of the For extending the investigations '
,
merchants there' to such of the ) ,',1,,''.f'f'
extent
/ Is making a jintted an handling, shipping and storing '

to a prize-winning exhibit that protection became necessary. of'poultry, eggs, and fish' which are ;.
i a held in Orlando in There are some people in Florida who caned on in connection with the'en shopping :

fibs [ways get good buy even their groceries from mail forcement of the! .food and drugs act,. and BestSTOCK days \
-
order houses ,
f, j woek in Os la when they try in Chicago and New 60441. ; :

t,' sadthe/probability; is that York.. The merchants of'eTery'town' For enlarging the investigation of. ., .' 'j1 ..
should<'make ,, fertilizer, /
will not fan, this 'time.- Orlando a systematic campaign resources, soil-fertility: inIrvestigations "
against this : PostCard \ ""iVISIt !/
'evil-for it is jour "
nothing and investigations' of .
f.L... ........." short of an evil.-Orlando Sentinel. "' the chemical and physical properties .;, ::

). jutred one- hundred'and t. of soils, 24420. OF ,HOLIDAY CANDIES IN Parlor. You ',;.. ..
forty- 7, For extending investigations in ./TOWN.Hr: ., : will find .
for the connection
Tampa Times
on Tues- .
The Commercial Club .of Sanfcrd with '0 : ) ; ;
insects
teil the attacking deciduous .. .
story of the growth off "
.
has ,
subscribed'for
600 copies'of the fruits cereals it. .
and a.good
forage .
erfui city and ,crops, -
accommodate
; and Sanford Herald to be sent away from and forest trees, $71,000. . Fancy boxes. chocolates; creams and place to ,". f
every.page paid .if.
'" slinngg. the state to advertise the Celery City.' For enforcement .
r D. B. McKay'build.r of the migra .nutty' mixtures. .
> For several) years'the county commjs- tory bird law 90000.. ,_ J" < write
than he knew when he placed sionera of Osceola \ ; 91 3 your cards and \ '
t' t Bentley lathe county paid for 500'to For increasing the accuracy of crop I* . ,1 ;t
managing'edt& .
1.000 '' .
KllIIlmme.ValleJ'; subscriptions the forecasts and estimates; $67,000.. .All the l leading bulk' good-of bet. ;
Gazette and to that For'extending the of' ter meet I '
study road quality' : your friends.Special .i **. *
[method of advertising was largely due management' and __
investigations of 1 Ib '
Fancy-box
Chocolates
exchanges '
have the -, 30c 'f'
come growth ef Klsal.mmeefrom 1.600 road construction and maintenance I ) : il\ p..J. + i' _
j ,Gazette this week ia an to ,5,000 population and the settling $113,560. '" $ 't,"t. : .; p.: :
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:r '1, carrying much of' the r.iIf \
holiday county with thrifty farmers For investigations of the, market- 'I Attention ; vtt.
Fine line fancy
'
jnong, which was the The Florida'publicatione are the best distribution of farm dried fruits ., Given
_?. 1 the business men advertising mediums for the ,state, $14000., products All iisee, him a pair. ., > ..
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.nsi *)nd cities would 'dosssr after alL-Dixie. For the'Inauguration' and colors.Men's ,

A P / ; ,local,-papers every -w' A_ and crop demonstration n-_-__*- .In__ fhs_live-stock_w ..._.- u: (: r ;'::
r-
-k J do the two vMg --
and
cane
cotton ,
the news Kissimmee is to build a clubhouse 50000. areas_ of Louisiana, a.good' pants' $1.00 J up' ' : :

eta ion todo to cost a little more than 7000. The recommendation' baa been made' A few hundred. bargains, in shoes. "' ''Order: : ); : ,
i tlnir'buslneaas' Valley. Gazette : "The to close '. ; ) r
h will contain 'says building. for the discontinuance of the present out.; I', 'r' : ;
besides < :
reception method of .
par congressional weed :, ; r
i 4 Jon and lounging rooms ten bed. bution ,and the substitution dieM !Ifi \; t "
of
rooms, each one to be.moaern in ev- strnctive work in con. ; :' ;
the
to not* that'R4. ery appointment., Around this bnildmg5iwill securing and ; :
will] bring distributing of new and vaJuable seeds ,
tftoe ,
a be planted .
every variety of and plants.: 1' I I

cartels, t4'aQaprOttj flosrar fectfon,,and:and palm!und.vl1 that way grows'both'In ,.thia the .at BT a decreased l'8OJ'&Dizationa This cost'work of, in$146,000.can the work be>,done' of .T 'I": : ; Book and: dStafi nery'.St"orek: ? :f +N;:



Fd Yitln p etnreness.". This'' of be will Kissimmee most add pleas-much, ficiency 340 the Weather can of be the affected Bureau work can and a saving be yet increased.of ybe't fa7 ef!- : ; 8Y: ;:0r1,8 '. ..-. !:' '; I id . 1 '! "''1 01.*),*;:J.,.Ju,.;'

to ,the prosperity<<>> of. ,the A J decrease of the'amount .. ,Next-door ,, ',: h'l' A.., .. ,.
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P (S-Union.. . ,! ,has been recommended IndicatedJ. ,\ .to Citizens Bank. . .. r '*, If;?' *.
accordingly. .
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; .Itter, Report :a. E.., Russel vllle, Ala., and will remain until : ", ". .'I' .,..', "';.!.." ./: ' ?,I:' ',
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: Orlandorperfectrn Ipnt yesterdiy'' at spring.. rr'f' "''" ,, \ ',..,' ",. r." ",',...,....!/o.\.. .....," 7, \

:" f arrangements ,for f .,' """,' "' ," .' ''',t'\i":.: .. ,

'' _;' et a .. county See our fancy ties for men and boys ,'Patronage .. :. . "
pMld-wrote
bbe .
Folowiagarithedailytamgpersturu at held ]
,. Fair to ln F., H., Lawiorv' ,621 ' '.. "
aDd pNCItitatlou N that city during February.' : '' - "' ,' V"-' '.' ",,," /)'/" .\", .

reported by the Government S.:uP-:PfH'p' among the prominent up''Julian'/from Montadoea Whittier .yesterday'and family to caiue take We Have Enjoyed:" ' \ ; fftf, ) ,..,: ..- ,,' w :: "

station at XLulam+ for the St. ciUsens; was in the city In, the circus. . ,' .' : .
yea .. ,
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terday In 'iJ'1\1'1o. I' :
week .ndtngDea connection with a case he I' ,1 I' "n' . (1. \ "l' hs r c +1
18,19X3. has before the courts, and Incidentally : Shoes, hoes, shoes for'all, See :,f f : ; ( t"

Max.Hlii.RabiFriday attended the afternoon performance them" before buying; P.. H.. ....WIOn. During ,the. Year Just '.' .;;;;,/ ','" ,' ', .

?.._. 75 40 .... of the Sun,Bros circus. 62-lt .".' ., :" .,! ; "
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J ; Saturday .... ,77 48 .. Snn.Lov: ; !,'toflf correspondent Mra. Helen Bralnerd'will treat fall; 'il '' ;
nJm' ,
Sunday of ing: hair -and do shampooing'at Closing :;and jVe. .11 ;0'1 fy];, 1
''Ii j ?.-... 78 60 :..r Thq Packer was in' Kissimmee home. your I" ,: ,

:Monday ........ 77' gjJ ... Tuesday making a study of crop conditions Phone 78., /f 62-lt ''j ,-; I ] :: t"",'1 .
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RY J ; Tuesday..... 77' 60 taking subscriptions In this section for and incidentally Christmas cornel but once a year; \ : ', ', '" \,..... :,i ,

Wednesday .. 75.68 I that. excellent you will find gifts to suit all at F..H. .', ,I' oj, :" ( ."
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461' Lawson's. ,,52-it t.. .I' r, ,"' ,
Jhunday '', ""J ''' .
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Indd.a, are Mispendingdtheuwinterkwith Mrs. L. M. Marsh and daughter 'Wo..t.. "' .' ,

the spent a few days here this week with I ,..,. ':: .. ,. ,I';', '(J...
family of, their uncle B. P. Mike. '', ''.
the family of Nebraska Johnston. '' .. j'':" '" .' r' 'j .
u/;: sell, at his home on the shore of Lake . '.6 "

!: M-' *+ Hr* Cypress Kissimmee., about twenty miles sout!J' of See' our' pretty beaded ''Indian moccasins / '::1 : : ; "I''" *; "' ] : n-
for Patrons \ '
men' women boys, girls Wish Our
I THE LOCAL flfLD.I II. and children. .,!'. H. Lawson. 62-lt ,,: : ,. . ; ; .
M. Breaker A Co this week sold : I, ., >
a, quarter section 'of land lying, just I Don't buy your Christmas gift J ]

north of the city to gentleman who until you have visited The Woman's .. ." \,\ ,' .,. ) .:] : \ .Y. '? .:',
I came here last week from Iowa Shop. 52-It " !( .'; ' '', : ;1, ." ,,' \. 'ito'
on .
'..11, .' A 0jjl .
MERRY ., '
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a prospecting tour. The will .'\\/'II'J1., ,',,1", \':,, ), , ;
owner ' (
c. '
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pickles all
varieties at R. Reed's will '
: \
at Bakers give the closest ::1:1'I: \
S. Floyd's, 43-tf _once begin developing the property., attention to Christmas, orders for '" ":''"' /'< ," ..: 'j : ,..:,'/;';.; N'd't,

Harry W. Thurman is home from u cakes,, stc.: Phone them '61-tf ''. ,i- ,> t ," "" '1I6 A'A;\'\ ', 't8 ,. ''I. I>1\4\ :'. I:!': rf
JC A-CarlOn : "
attended a''n .C'JJD' '
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the'B.btlst J' : '' r.
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ten-days' ',' ] : ; : )
trip to .
Philadelphia and : ; "
conference held .
" at Arcadia this week. 'other eastern cities. Mr. Thurman Grover Tindall l'of Ashton was P'," ', ,

: Santa has. pack'of says the.people through the East are among the prominent Out of town .\ '
opened large
at banns Store talking Florida a. much as they do people who attended""the Sun Bros. ;r'I'IJo' ,. ?,., ; ; :.; .',. 3'3'd
and
toys Dept. .62-lt the Mexican .situation, circus; iere\'esterday ''i'., .'". .. .. :.,,1<, .''I'\' V1' '" ,' ,.."" ,,\''., ,".
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In pictures at Kissimmee .<, i" : :
Furniture Co., 2.1tRead' 'Wayne'Ward and family have arriv.ed Buy a"Piano. Treat the family to' a :;.\, )V', ;1j'I.,, ,.. , -- YEAR'i. +ibis's;' i?;' 1 ,b i
. Xmas present: Make a small deposit Y. ';'1 ,
from New York and ( >
have taken the t I ', ., 'if .t ::4' Hp.1 Y' '
with Prentis-paying' balance in month* : .> -:, i'Hyi !to' ,
Home Bakery bread la known Smith home on Sumner street for the ;" , I, "' , ,
" by the label 61-2t winter. They brought their Cadillaccar ly payments. \ 62-lt .. "' I, ," .1. "1\1"/\ ,' , ?
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alone .to use In inspecting the !' . 'Lt" / "
Messrs.- Lewis 'O'Bryan and G. P.
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Marvel: Flour new spring wheat pro. many sights of interest in and around Garrett, of Kissimmee are spending '. ,jr ,,,. .\ : NEW : ./ r '
duct R. S. <$k
at Floyd's. 43-tf ,
Klisimmee. '
in Orlando bUllne.o1'olando ,I'
today on \ .
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Xmas Sentinel. .,I \, 'ii' { ,..., d.'. ',,J> _'. !. ,
booklets and arid .. '
Pretty J wife .
postcards ;; W Sally of Lakelandwere I IIi'" l ,-: ..t '
at Dann' Dept. Store 62-lt 1 ? f't 1 'T 'L: L' ',," ,} 1
\ the guests yesterday of Rev. and .
Miss Inez Carson I. .home for the \ ?: 4. "fl' Mrs. J. D. Sibert. Mr. Sally is one holidays from Columbia college in ''''\," <' ., M .,. -\1\1:\, :', :" ". oi'V'-; 4
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. W. II. with Brothers '
- Brokaw Grifflng of the prominent business men of his which institution of higher learning ., '(''y''I.', h' 1\\' I a' r.: j' ').. \ ..'
. the tree people. 'cO-tt t, ', .? '" ixf'
t city as ...U.. one of its'best boosters. she Ian student ""J.... 'L-.w.. ".. .:.. .; ,\,.,.. ,''', i
t I' Heins's pickles, all' varieties. at R He says Lakeland is growing. rapidly SenitorA'rthur ;"'i"\\.1''>1: r,.<1\\\. l.!{' T I '-"'"i.'"." I.1 .

S. Floyd's. 43-U in population. E. Donegan left :' .dl'i' ::.: '> u. 'i",: .' .1 "
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for short business -
yesterday morning a
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Watch for the label on Reed's Home J.. E. Davis of Sharon; Pa., has arrived trip to Whittier using his hand : 'f:: :f \: \ :",,!:- I ,

Bakery bread. '-: 61-2V,, here and will remain until late some auto to make the runt ', ]', ..: '1\\ .:. .IM./ KATZtv :
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spring and possibly for all'time., Mr. / ' i.'IIJI \ '
Presents for mother, fether'and all Davie has spent the winter months Buy a sewing machine. I bave'New 4, ', ":: j." 1 J.!:'" :f

I .the children-Dann's Dept;; Store 62-1 here for.U\e past several years andrecently Homes for sale on easy monthly pay '- 1' .. ".,','';:/,1. ,
acquired some valuable ments. Lei' me .how', you. J. W. \ :5<<', ' .

product:Maarvel at R.Flour S. Floyd's.new spring 'wheat 43tf on North Main Street. property Prentis., '" 62-lt ..I,'" \If'i" !ft, .r, ',>;.,,':,.//\L1Jr.\! :.; Goods and \ ..'., V.

fBy appointment of the conference Mrs. J. M. Wood and'8On., of Atlanta t .," :. ,.T fI.
Our line of Xmas dolls is complete Rev. W. H. Funk at one time are here for the holidays with Mrs. ", . : "" "/ '" f\ :'
pastor j
3rd floor Dann's. 62-lt Wood's Dr. and MI'I.M... J. 'I', : Clothing Corner",
of the Methodist church at Klsimmee parents .. ..: *.'
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licks.. .
Marvel. Flour new 'spring wheat ( will have charge of the First \ >..".....,,.,'-.,' .'\. "' 1 , \ *. .,. }
West Rev. Funk .
43tf church at Key Miss Verna I
at R. S. Floyd's. Brothers one of Wavrlys -
product pent Tuesday in thl. city,' and was handsome women is ', ;: Kissimmee )I ""!I Florida
,
young j
Buy your Xmas presents early.. It warmly greeted by his host of friends.: pending a few days here the guest,of '-- ', ,. -

pa Dann's Dept Store. 52-It the Manhattan.'Mr. .
Rile,] Godwin one of Whittler's \

For tires and bicycle most prominent citizens was transactng : ': t ,
the best supplies J. A. .Wallace, .of Kissimmee, y I ,
, : call on:>> Oiceola, Bicycle Shop. ,business here this week.-making ion of J. C: Wallace, arrived in Orlando . '.i) Js, sd
4o-** the trip in his handsome' touring car. last night and will spend a.v..ral '. .

Ar.. Godwin says a large number of .daYI here.-Orlando SentineL "

", For. ,girls-chairs, dolls, books, people have moved into his section .. .. .. . .........,. . .. . . . . . 4 i
games and hundreds, of. other things luring the past few months and he Mr. and Mrsl: H. T. Brooks; of 'Rose "- -- w w. w .ww ww --1

at Dani)'.. 62-lt believes Whittier will have a population 1 lill, .Ills.,, arrived in the city Thurs > ,: I;

'eood mules and harness of one' thousand by .the end of day evening and will spend the winter Misses Estelle :and Helen BraWrd Mersche. will bring his family herein ,
DfAD
wsgwno .
Eight for a bargalaA L. H. In- 914. at their home on Brack street? of China Maine, arrived here last a few weeks and become a permanent INFANT .
alert week and have taken rooms at J. W. resident. It is men I lilsfr him that
.cott
cram. ..1"YI i Desmond Little of Narcoossee passed Wanted-To buy'from owner 20 to Thompson's for the winter. This is is making Osceola and Kisiimmee the POUND' ',N''' SWAMP:A
\ route
through the city Saturday en 50 acres land; some fruit, small house, ,
shown second and it moat and
Pictures iver the ladies' season-here prosperous progresive county
Choicest line of York where he will be mar
toN.w rood water road .
good near city.E.
= In the city st Kissimme4fFumltureCo. ried to a young; lady who has but reently Riser General Delivery l 62-lipd is possible they will decide K remain and city in Florida., "

_.:.. ., ,\" . .. """ ;"\' 'i,,,,\ ,, ,62.1t' arrived in this country from " "" j' ,- \ indefinitely. ,, ". E. F.',Ccllier, operator of aturpentine THOUGHT 'TO'BEOFMULA'1' j
I v.Narooosseespent England. '' They ,will be : at home to Nut bowls; ..ae..te., in the beautiful still is f PARENTS-NO ARRB8T-8 A$')
{.'.Jlra.. C. E. Denig of Wm. Mathewson and wife of Wichita at Narcoossee, spending ,
Monday here shopping in ,our their friends at Narcoossee) after'' the Cornwall ware;,also small gifts Kans., arrived yesterday and will the week here : YET- HAVE',.BEEN MADE. ;
: and' souvenirs at The Woman's
lolidays. Mr. Little came to this section -, Shop. remain throughout the winter; 'Mr. :
stores. i form England during the sum' 62-lt Mathewson Is the original Buffalo Bill,' Av E. Drought, a prominent St.
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Drums boats, top., horns, 'whips, men and purchased a grove near Nar- The Home Bakery continues to"live being the founder of Wichita. It is Cloud real estate and insurance agent .1'Pt.' dead'bode of an Infant 'wai \

. and hundreds of. other. things for bye oossee. t up to its reputation in baking good possible they will decide to make Kis IS'lpendine.th. day here. found yesterday morning in the 1''cyr'
.
?I 'at Dann's.'. e'11.'C. 62M Q.. 'D."Clark ''has ,sold the. Pastime Christmas bread and'' cakes. An,/order for ,a simmee their'' permanent home! S.. W. Downing 'returned last night the press city swamp, and in the the authorities northern at partof once "e!
cake will convince
; of Orlando 61tf .
tb Ceo. W. Jones : you.
Miller the Florida Metropolis Theater Madame H.' A. Stepbenson'arrivedSaturday from a successful ten-days' trip to notified. The bodywas given a thorough 4}

man was here this week soliciting and that, gentleman Pastime will is take most charge Rev. 'A. J. Holt attended the Rap from Bound Brook N. J., points in ,the Middle ,West. examination by] a- local phystr .\ a ,, ;1;
The a popular "
excellent publication. Monday. tilt convention it impossible'to be ex-/ ' 4
buiJfor that been at-Arcadia this week and will '''remain until spring. Mr. clan but was
has paying
playhouse, and a ,nd reports a most interesting meet.. Stephenson will arrive later. Mad Fred Bass left on the morning train act as to its race'; although the.opisr-i ;
'Ceo. F1.: Mrs. Parker and reposition since first taken over by ..... which t.
4 Parker visited has not ng. "1.; am Stephenson owns a kennel of fullbreed for Bartow in city he has established ) ion was expressed.that.it had mulatto," .
Woodbeck.
RevTwitherspoon and wife J. D. business Chihuahua of. which arc automobile agency, parents. II' t
,
what he will engage dogs, one
decided O. C. who
McLean
Orlando Monday.: yet there are a hundred operates an extensive died lately I its value being $1.000.,' The officen are'exerting every et..; ,*
in, but says turpentine plant at Narcoos A.- S. Rose and wife 'and Miss Lillie ''the inhuman I t ,'f
at] fort locate ,
Fox.wilt a*y-maM Kissimmee at anyone of to parents ;
f. opening!! in see, was transacting business here Hodge of Rose 'City Mich., ar- *
l0&cockaXmas the Catholie Harry Cameron reached Kissimme and it is hoped they maybe successful ,
: morning at i which a man can make a good living. Saturday rived last night to spent the winter ,
'invited \ last night -from Hamilton, Kan., and as brutes of that character haveno w .
,
1 All cordially besides., 'I
are fair profit with ,
church. and a Mr. and Mr A Rose at the '
,
,Center to lookover > freedom. < e e' n
', MES. Geo. F. Johnson and 'son. Law. left today for Orange Park Hotel right to ... 7 q ;
\ to attend. ''J. J. Bbst and wife are late arrivals rence, and Mrs., Gene Johnson of Daytona :- that !section with a view to locat- 1 ,... The remains were buried y the 1 '

\ s. C. Partin'ha. been added to'the in the city from Kansas City Mo., and were,the guests this week i of E. ing. Mr. Cameron is a stockman and Miss Blanche' Ingram., left this authorities.. .', f,
I'' owners during the past at Mal Lamb's for remarked that the cattle he since '
\ list of ,auto have takin rooms' Johnson, the bicycle man. saw morning to spend the holidays with
Darchasea an Overland Both' Mr4 and Mrs. Bost to Florida larger than
few days, having the Winter. coming were no / her at Newton N. C. after And: its Huerta, that baa tier ;
parents ;
i and Jas. A.. 'and ''wife a now
Griffin. with our cllm.tet" O'Berry of. Whittier ten-months' old calves in Kansas.
J. delighted -
J. .
>,, from are knew such good and were here yesterday Xmas few months pleasantly spent with her big end of the stick. It.makeslittler.difference I '

,.'},i G B. Poe proprietor of the Man; say they water never'could come out of the but found (time during the shopping af.. .' ''S. Waters of Narcoossee was: in brother Sheriff L. H. Ingram who whether It's Huerta or.VBlav: '
pure her ,, both about '
.up-to-dsta accompanied as far as Jackson -they are as tough prop- > {
iKisiimmee's ternoon to
attend the of
. ; batten hotel coupleof ground. They are now looking over circus.B. the city yesterday for the purpose ville., ositions a. inhabit'the'earth.. "I'' .', ;
commerciAl nouae spent the city with a view to purchasing a : meeting his sister-in-law Mrs. ,T. J. ", .
.4 / this week. resi- Dickerson our concrete man, is ;:.;,
: days Jacksonville,, home and becoming permanent : Charles,; and her two daughters Pearl ) ."
another -
addition'
Bost aye he was in to our list' of automobile and Eliza Of Dayton, Ohio.5 They
Captain
tree dents. )
:': Whispering Bill Speer the battle of Shiloh and saw' Gen. AI.bert owners. He purchased a Ford will.'remaln; throughout the'' winter rr

l' man, I. here thla' week fruit telling can our be the Sidney Johnston a few,;;minutes San,this week form ,Lupfer A Prather.A the guests of Mr. and Mrs..Waters.J. .' \

J }I:: people what delicious his trees one year "pf.'ter after,he was shot. '' sm.n' deposit'will. buy a new or : /
from S. McCauley, who recently return.
".5 plucked ....... ladies of the Woman's Club Make Guaranteed for ,.eight'years.: .
'; plMgag. ...... The Tuesday your own_ terms of payment. ed to his home at Orlando from tour
oft gave their social evening on : They are all mouse-proof. See J. W. of 'Central and South America was GIFTS
Mr. W. J. Sears one eadik presided over by Mrs. S. in the this and exceedIngly CHRISTMAS
llssimmee. leing harmingly Prentis. 62-lt .,city week was
of / enjoyable> pro- t'V +
business men' In L, Bulloc A very enthusiastic' over the mannerin '
Intere.ta'
Jf.' alter business presented' at the close of '' which Kissimmee is into
Reporter-Star. was Buy a graphophone -which( you can getting .
,Jando toda-Orl.ndo which reshments Were sened..Mra.Norton easily do and have all kinds of musicat the front rank ',of the 'South' real '.
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Folk and "The ItrJos. '. ...
.| 6th. + .a Song"i little expense. Small amount down cities. .

.' tr.veling'man. Dawn" very I eUy. ass Mildred balance on monthly termi.' No In. ,

,. \ .II. Russell Voorhee.Voorhees, stergview.. Winn and Lo tie Clark charm- *tenetJ., W.' Prentis., 62-lt ,' Raehn of Orlando has secured ""a/j") ,, t' 4 r" '. '' .." '.J.
.. I' of recited "My essoandoffman # the contract to drill 'twelve- ( /
. Pro
the
was in city WednesdaY system of Awful Brendered ," and { Ed.! Fuell, who ownsa large herdof inch well in Kissimmee.- 'The town ' : + : '

ing our .bueinea men in a ,, violin solos beautiful 11 cattle on the prairies in the southern of Kissinunee is at present supplied : + > :.>. : ., tt rk wtS

money.rettlnr advertisements these items followed the opening no part'of the county 'brought two from a well the flow of which is unusual '. GILBERTSHeadquarters ., ,,

: last week'for atwoweeks'trip tome (Chopin) by Miss Careonwhichnatunuy' : carloads of steers here yesterday and but 'thV place is growing and A. <" ; .

;y,: 'g W. Downing through'the'Middle len ., charmed an present. Only shipped-tliem, to Jacksonville.T. the city council is making provisionfor ::;: : .. : : "
the other ,
what .
increased
,j absent will elose. a those preaent -know ; C. .Brown>*nd Si: T"*. Swift, two demand by having another "
wbilAJ ; staying) away. well drilled-
l ",We.t. and large amout'of, property fellow, missed by .' prominent butinesVsoen from Georgia -Orlando, Sentinel.

:;" deal this tor J\elghborhood.a 'll'H... Ingram entertained\ Frt1.v are here looking for-a winter location IL-'Edmund Swabey. was hi Orland'o '\ ? : I

1 ,tin" reachedR ev'enlng from 8 to 10 in honor ofBlanche ., ands; in high *pcaise. of yesterday and made arrangements : :
Conn.;
; ( eo.cob. < of Kissimmee more than likely ,
: eox''of Ingram I for to be the
fol- Miss space occupied by exhibits
: u. '
tle her sister thewintel' they,wil become permanent residents I "'.'iI'?< ;
: .
I. spending
Ki..lmmH lJondayanef he' Carolina who ? : J of'Oeceola'county at. the mid. ,I n
.. : where South. ; The pleas- winter/fair' '' ', : .. .. ".i!. t. :
guest.urea to be held In' :
the AI her Qrlando .
of hen .
i, ,will spendythe winter tbe guest evening form of Mrs.-,W. C..1ord.n' and Mrs.Lloyd\ February<}7-21. In; addition to* a 'i' ';' \" r:!
the tookhich "
of ".
Neil, two'of Davenport's "i\\" ,_ ; 1 f'
of E.,.F, Lockwood. was prominent 4 ) the. ,county',building, ,.. < I, ..... ;..
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.family game. ',
' : playing society: women,.hereWednesday Sway or ''V
tur. contest, Mlea Lillian Prentll Mr. engaged space in the rotunda : ':< '
:, , ,, Carroll, the plsrcoossee ''cltJ' guessing ,winning the honors shopping among the ; and stated of the main building for a J'c: '.'),' :
p.J '
the Murphy plea general : : '
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yvat "
J wal.in' and Pat piile.. Fruit salad they were highly with both ) exhibit: He Oiceola, ; .., ''r. ; .
the says county .r ] w -v, ". ;
aDd receiving seFv.d. Those who the quality, and prices of the goads on is going to'' make.the finest exhibft .' \ f I
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,petty and cake. 'were display : : ; ( ; > : r; ''z
attended were, MiasaaMaeJHyird' , at the fair and intends to captur'e'numbers ... :. Scnta.; +CiausI. '' :: : .
of wife ., .. : f,pr4zes.-Orlando'SentinbL! :: :
t 'bean KaUlleen' Ethel Roberson, G: F, CibboD/ ono wife and Ws N. >. .
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time.. rig; Georgia :Beeves Schweikar'tL Leona Fertie: of Waverly, Fla., a small town ,'Andre.. Van d.r der.Mersches'Vho; .. .: ; ..:" . '"
1. u.l fetch hetf O'Berry Edna between RJssimmee-and Lakeland came : :' . .. i.l1 " c'' .
and Rose Preu. are
Lilian ham y
: Cook from'
recently '
>. Helen Bass pursisjiaad ;- ''t'.J I.i \ '. '.': .';'
the week .maand'Vjust
J'u. a.Je spending here the of 'J' -
spent r lnomss Blanche Ineram'R1Ib" guests'Motel the Butler orall ''"i' '
t .E. " ,
weekThese pDtlemen lots tie Laura Gilbert 'and Manhattan." They areherepurchase to tnm. strove east of iao' 5 < :: "I
Ethel rty
this vie., to' i Provatt Cecil .Xmas_presents, ADd that M ift ,, SI iIl
Florida with Miller Roy Graves. ; say a s4raisoone: thousand... ,: :, : '.'
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Meeen.'Jim the stores'in Ws dty,carry, as complete .
DenD&II.ntl'"aDd' en 'themselves sty; Nathan Bry Ma Lake Marien from;;Clsffk:- .*: f" '. .>
PteDtia ward astoekas; ,th s..m ',' '
city in
any* + ,
bchmldt..Law. well
'TheT, aeetlon. Johnny : Mriklejon; a* as an pettaM) ou t
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.CQtun..: bight 'ply, with I cJaclde:th is,to'. loeawL sup Jk'GriffinandPat Adams: : ; J(1II1'b' / .Florida t J 4i.JI(, ;/s; 4.b;, ", ,. t"*. -' .from: : Fret: _Iws."t" ;: t-\Yaoi/''clot ,

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J I 10' Osceola. Pharmacy ATLANTIC DEEPER--' WATERWAYS : ; Ross Graves Hardware' "Store', :

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i 1" Lot:M. PILLW,: rr.*. .lilt, BIlOAItWAY1DIXIE" if' CONVENTION ADOPT STRONG

'. ,,4 RESOLUTIONS CALLING ON . ..............., .
6'M1 CONGRESS TO MAKE I ., I 4.) '>.* .to... .... '1"" . ....
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PROPER PROVI. '
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The following resolutions were ad. )

opted at the meeting the Atlantic ,," We Appreciate the Liberal

Deeper Waterways convention held In .. '.
:, PICTURES- Jacksonville, Fla.. November 20, 1913; ",0'
+p Whereas, The Chief of Engineers, '
7 United States Army to 'Pab page We Have, ;
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'Always the Best and ; Congress that "it is advisable for the ,I . .
w United States to buy the Chesapeake , ,
Motion Show I'
Cleanest !,, . 1.
: <&< : Delaware Canal at a cost not to exceeding ": ', ;. .
$2,514,250, and to then enlargeit .Erijoyed'Dunng
n't Matinee Saturdays and Holidays. C:30P.1L., to a sea-level canal 12 feet deep and

ee 'Ii M'' .,3.p. b//. Other days -' ..1:15 P. )I. 90 feet bottom width with the least '
r Interference' practicable to existing r1" ; .the Year .
traffic at a cost;, of $8,000,000," withprovlston Past .

S --- -" ... .... ,.- -, -- :- -.,. T : ,. ,for subsequent enlargementto ,! ..
I fir 25 feet depth and 125 feet bottom I'," ', '
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H r 'f width; and.Whereas, and
The Chief of Engineershas . .
; f 1 i WW IWRESnccessor RENcyL.: further recommended to Congress ;
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.e.ee that'it provide for the construction I '. V "a lock canal of 12 feet depth and 90 '; ','"*.' ". ,

;:- to Arthur E. Doacga* Agency feet bottom -width across the state of : .'., :'i'I' ," h"y; .
New York
Jersey' from New Bay to .
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,. .Roos No. 9 Secoid floor Citizen. Bask Bwldiii. :, Phone 246. Delaware river provided the state of .L :- : WISH OUR PATRONS. ..'r/r. : (.
JerseY'wib .
New promptly secure and . .
f f'r I i. donate to the United States all rightsof ;. .. I
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: %;. General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most way necessary for a 125 feet bet " : .. "
,. tom width, 25 feet depth sea-level '
\ Reliable.. .companies., canal along'same route, and provided T' : A Merry Christmas
that the 12 feet depth canal construction ,
the Business _
1 We will -continue of the Arthur E. Donegan Agencywithout ,
work be carried on'in such a wayas

1. // change Your'.patronage is respectfully wlldted.c : to allow of, a greater developmentto ".,' .
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a 25 feet depth canal whenever .

..,;," such development is found advisable". ; 'I\'t'jl'iIr.' :".'..... ., and -- .
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I"" Whereas The ( ,*.n{ .
State New
.i' t iii Yt tJt Yt Yttfi Yi tJt Yt Y yi ll Y$'i Y'ft Yl Yi 41'1 Yt has provided, by law for'of an'appropriation Jersey 'J. :,:'..;\ :'.i.':.... ,*, . /"

of $500,000 for acquiring the i ;"J( .,.oJ:11'i,; : ''

RARE' CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME f { necessary right of way and has caused ,':;:/\\'WK1r.j ',<; ;;,' ,- eW'' .ea .: ", ,
I A 'other interest .living there. I offer for sale' the same to be surveyed and marked; '1 ,. ". app'y ,,, .f '" ,\
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prevent .
? my my j | .1 ( J\1""J"\ ; '. .'., ,", ,.\.f,1'r" 'I.t. rl\\ '
ii A : : place on'Fish Lake four and a half, miles from IGssimmee and equidistant and Whereas, By the completion'of_ the .'t' .. -IXit'I. :,.)x, \','1.';JI"" '','4\'"' . ' ,..., j''..'.'.'' j:(.""f': '. '.. ,. .';,'"{ ..
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from St. Cloud. New York Barge Canal at a cost 'approximating ;;;";' ':;" " '. .:" ,' .' I , ': ,"
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This over 20 of: land and ha :' ,:" ,;" ':: ; ." : I.. '. :,'
M property comprise acre aoocJ i $130,000,000, and the : '-
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1 : '660 feel on theJake front. Excellent fishing. ;{ ffi Cape. Cod Canal at a cost of $12,000 \ ....k' 'I.-." ',,.; .tl: <(\'\: ', \', :". ., '. ... , , ) :t/'I".if'I; :' ,"' 'L' ,t.1.;! .
0 00, 'both expected to be opened to ,. '. -II'\\.' :. " : (fI'.r'' \ .' ,,.:. ,
The .land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house 'almost j i traffic during the ,year 1915.New : ( /0, '.' .., .. '1 ..... ,'oi> ',. .' '*".,'ii; < >' 1 ( I
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new. story and a half 30x30 ft.las water in the house two wells. | England waters and the Great Lakes

: (one of these i is'flowing) of fine artesian water-good out-buildings j | will be connected with inland waterways . .

\J barns and chicken,run*.,, j j with New York Bay; and by the

., '. .County road and A. C. L Railroad run through south end of lotyJwith j j completion of Southern projects i
N recommended and authorized, similar :
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station adjoining. Telephone :* with"KistimiAee and St, j | communication will be opened northwards '

a'Cloud.. Jfitle to property perfect. Price very reasonable and term j i as far as the head of the Chesapeake

S.,' Cleiired. Apply to J...W.' Prentis. Box 196.( .KiisimmecFa.37tf! { Bay; and the early'connection l f -
I of these gnat'watsrway'systsme' Is
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'li. 'i Ii.Ii!. xl'xxllYl! ! ! !Ii! ; ; z | imperatively called: for; '
xxxY, xxxxxy 1 i Resolved That we demand; of Congress 1 1 Ross: Graves Hardware Store

y'tiJ immediate. acquisition of. the :
h Chesapeake &: Delaware Canal at the
! 't- r price fixed by the Chief of Engines! .
tiJ C SON p and in default of an agreement of ., .

sale by the present owners,'the, acquisition -
F l, Ie 22 TBQR1l.NG"E:: -
thereof to be promptly effected


'jr' Successor. ,, to. ,the.' Dozier. ,- LatnerAgptey. Resolved. by condemnation That''*." .demand proceedings the In; 1 , IIIIIMilllMIIIIMIIIIMIHIfOTICB
r sertion Qf} an Item'providing for this .
State Bank Building purchase in the next River's and H.r-1 .

bors Act with a sufficient allowance Foil BIDS. AX ORDISTAKCK..

$ for beginning the work: ,'.of'' Improvement Sealed bid will 'be' received by the FARMS,
i ; ', Board of County Commissioner In and A. OrJlMM* Pr*v/dl.g> *.* ib. It**..
Resolved Further That we dehand for O.ceols'Countr Florida, on' Janu !.!!'. *f T"'.,_ Ftotvr Skew
t 4 of Congress J.he approval? of th/ New plow lei/ at 10 A"* M.. for mattr_...*. sad .11 leek) !.!._ .f ..*.... Assue- .WANTED .

i is :y' '1. Jersey Canal project( and the insertionin .tripe*,ease underwear, pillow.hoe..net, **oclc, blanket*. bat, Mat !. <.. City .( HI**.**.*. n..... AT
the next Riven 'and Harbors Act night *hlrt. for thirty prl.on.rs..for. Ida.
WWSTMAS art NEW, YEAR IIODUAYCHEAP period of not less than two -- OWNERSf
> :year
of
t an item sufficient to begin'the work '
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Board reserve the rlsrht'to reject Be It ordained by the CUy Council of ; .
}str and to secure the donation of the right any and all bid*. the City of Kllmra: "
.V t,, of way from the State of New.Jersey; For, further Information address That whoever hall exhibit In any
EXCURSION FARES JOHN OVEK8TRKBT! theater moving picture show or other
One
Resolved, That. we approve as an tO-4t -Clerk. place of, public amusement or enter Canadian writes me to locateproperty
essential part,, of the Intracoastal talnment. In the City of Klsslrarae, a that I would consider good
tr It VIA Florida any obscene lewd laaclvloti. value at
h'I,' Waterway the improvement. of the 10000. He stipulates for '
East River and the construction of ness interests and trade organizations or filthy, or picture.theatrical moving. picture of an, Indecent vau a bearing trove with good land suitable ->

ewW ,,;. The Atlantic! Coast Line, the Harlem or Bronx Kills Channelas throw houtthe United States, and especially character; or any dim or other for increased grove area,.- and
: \ heretofore recommended in the report in the seaboard ,states for pictorial, representation of any price doesn't care anything about tracking ,

:., VTIIE STANDARD' RAILROAD. OF THE, SOUTH' of, the.Army Engineers. such united and persistent support and light whatever or encounter name, hall of upon pugilists conviction under Must have comfortable 1 buildings.
-1 Resolved That we urge the early agitation of these demands as swill be fined not 'more than 1100.00 or Imprisoned -
't. completion of the improvement here- result in their -recognition at the not mroe than three month. Another who has $50,000: '
Tickets ...Ur'be,'on sale from all points on the r Atlantic CoastLine tofore authorized of the upper section next regular session of Congress. or Read both a at first the discretion lime In regular of the session Court. went wanta me to show him for a invest-1.' ,

to all points South of the Ohio and Potomac and East of the of the Hudson River ,between November' 4th. 1111, and. read a *ec- sition worth,, his while coming propo to In
I Mlssissippl'rivets Including Washington Cincinnati( Evansvilleand Hudson and Troy, so that the same ond time. In regular session December. vestigate.
shall be completed least OUR SANCTUARY Ind, Ids, 'and ,,passed In open *.*lon. .
ad cairo, for all trains Dec. 17, IS, 19 %0. 21, 22. 23, 24, 25. and 31 with the at contemporaneously of-' Attest. **. J.' W., THOMPSON. '-
completion -J.
_, 'and Jan. 1, United returning ,Jan. C; and to. many points in the the Erie Barge Canal.We further, (Written for the ,Va11eyGazette: ) (Seal n.) GILBERT. President'CounciL of Another. with 1$26.OOO desires full

"r. : Northwest' and Sonthweat{ 'on Dec.' 20 21 and 22, limited returning recommend that Congress, authorize a Kissimmee Kissimmee of of the the gardens;' A..Approved U<. 1 r 1 1'. this 8th day' of December, mixed bearing farming grove and lie land suitable for

i ", ;' January,""18. ,,:Also. .te,Key West and Havana. Dee. 14th; 18th and. supplemental of the Hudson survey River of the with upper' section : Kissimmee whose, wide I'Ose., .shlning; lake Sl-Bt' JAMES yrt, IJU/r. good buildings., also asks" ,for,

rh Zlst.,'with limit of'Jan..,9,,1914. of providing still deeper channel a View up Mirrors the sunset glows I Mayor.NOTiCm t ---.....

t ,1'" For turthe'r particulars: schedules, reservations,,etc.,.apply'top to. the ,City of Troy.We further When The on CITY'S my mind tumbled oppresses noise, FOR-PI1DLICNnOJW. Several..desire small places close. to,,
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ti (Ticket: Agents, Atlantic Coast!! Line; or address recommend, the. improvement< of the When hurrying life distresses, D.*-.rtmst''.t the al terier'V.) S. Lead town* '
Hudson. River from Spuyten --
Duyvilat orare at Oalaecrllle. FlerUa.
,1.G. JKirkland 'T. C. ,White, the entrance of Harlem And too much business cloys, ,
S River to ; N.v..b.r SL ISIS.Notice 'Those' owning properties that
r I Division Passenger'Agent General the Battery, heretofore I hie me to thy "peaceful vale,, will
Passenger Agent recommended answer to
; above d"
.I."hereb-I' iptlon
In ardent search for rest n that Charlie and
; I"T nip., Fla.. Wilmington, N. C., by the Army': Engineers. As laboring fro mtoo long a flight, B., Lamb, of Lioaghman. Florida" who :will set a fair valuation thereupon;
Resolved That
we. recommend: the on February 10. Itlt. made Homestead should send full
,The
particulars
,: Bl-8t construction \of a canal between spent,. .bird seeks its" nest. Entry Serial No. 07.t.. for 8m, a* I am daily : at once ;.'tt
.. Fishers Island Sound'.hd BWtf, Section (< Township U SouthJ receiving word of the
Bissell Klsslmme. *-ti e orange'growerar Mec Range IT East MaltrhasseaMertdlaq, intention of a,number,;of my friends .q
Cove .
j on Narragansett has
rI Bay; thereby.voldlng filed notice of.lnt.ntlon to make to start down soon -
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the dangers, of navigation cattle Three-year Proof, to establish claim !l''I I;
'''The king's reaort to the land above 'described before ',, '
around ;
iP Point Judith; and affording a Clerk of the Circuit A.LF. :
Court
The sportsman's "happy, huntinggrounds at Klielmmee. W. LAW )r t
safe inside route between Narragan- Florida 1
ter
on the ISth day4'of Jan ; "
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settj Bay and Island vary 1514. Late
Long Sound. Mgr. ;
The coalman's home' Claimant Erskine Heights'' Firm
: port '
own names as wltneuest ,
Resolved
That this "
: jgfc committed ,to the association I is Kissimmee-epot;;where,, .crime's .unknown I\ John. .Goodman, of LouKhmin,' ,Flor- "f'Box
construction of.
f an
Intracoastal Waterway from, the .. ,' N. Y., Toiler Lougrhman. Florida. 145Kissimmee: :
: Seed: Irish Potatoes John's River St And civic pride abounds W,' T. Lamb, oft UKhroan. Florida. ,
to
Key 'Weat'n'interrral
Where,life is more'' than dally breadAnd W, U Sullivan or Lou..bma't Florida "
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part of the system; and ,as a part creeds mean morethansound.The I KA... HENRY 8., CHuBB. :
'I\ of such route it; recommends Yle'pal'ch.ae i Register i ,
aged seek thy -cloistered shade, : .
of ,
the'existing .canal of
the -JL' "
t : ,. Choice Florida ,Coast The sick,'infirm, and sad- NOTICE FOR NOTICE ,
ir iri l _' Selected' Stock Unr-Canal and Trans And live again Anotherlife, bid,will be, BID .' DER. Tu or APPLICATION'ELL FO1{ G 'l
receive by INTIIR
so far-as the 8eat.dt' the i. or
r.ortation..Comp.ny"ln. Within thy bowers glad., County CommlIoner of 0.. SAID MINORS IN' 1IKALg2'. ;11.
;iL Improved Rose No.. 4 Red .BIi8sr! i I States may be The winter tourist 'to oeol& County: at 1s.1.ImmN Is tla.:2fatNr:., I '
subserved comes see. Florida. u. ......'., ..... "
i, ':' tPh.1 by the purchase of, such I .And seeing comes: ;to-stay. up to .10 A,. M.. January let A. ,D. Ivey cad ...... I..y, IglNr. ..1-! ,
;. 'Irish canal and its appurtenances{. 1111. on .t..1 convlct.aagea one reline, o. IL Ivey, D.ea..ed. 1ad1es

0 ..,':'' f,i. : .. 9.1IJI, ler?. .. pixie Resolved Th.Vie' recommend to Inve.tora'd.ily Nor:come to go here'away." detrains: one traction traction.engine'anClnel ano roU.r.or combination ,To all whom ,there 1'1'.1118. shall com.:1: :
) Ceod'seedG"e5ieedil.. We"banetbe. the entire nation' the paramount) importance : \Board theJ rl.bto. reject Gr..UnCII" ,
W artar
bet,, o! the 'Atlantic 4 Intracoastal On I Kisstmme -r. ,and. Notice I. hereby given that the ....
eheerflllto oYERlzREE'C
may thy .wn "J.1. der.lneet. w. W,
Waterway, they.'engineerlnprojects jvey aa ..
Ii among Become a'goal for all 10.at. CJUk. Lester' he" and uartllan of
iiT L Ideal Potato Fertilizer now under consideration by Whom misery )has.wearied heir. orG.. IL h.y,RetnA 4eceNe 1", will' mlaet ,
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' ITtTJcmOF ADMINISTRATION application maksyo
1 ., Congressas a necessary factor.In the :' Of,, wormwood and gall. to the CountF Judge 0.ceola .-
economic development[ that section .. cab C..H .t County 'FlorI4a.- the ,offtOft .of,
Who;wishresoicltatlon. tke C.tF .

C ".;\(=.,;'',.. "Ideal. 'Potato.MoMtireu'Wf : . the which.is'mot, greatest industrial Weldy.) poPul.ted.output, uses, has And! life,and hope" anew" '!. '" ,a..,.E..(..Fiends... ..* JkM OM< ,...... v..ty.. Jdge,_ on ism the eeeeu k2d said day O.gp oels.County Pl of XI .,' f
Amid "new scenes' of Nature blest I ai.mber.LA :
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::.( .( \' & 'irS.Jfastings' : (;Potato Special the,. greatest ;;bulk of raw;; materialsand I lisy'thou: their faith renews 1 ; "nv.TUB',JVDOK. or SAID COURT. for an him ord.r, the of.&ofDs.. .WhIp,1udgp., .<

,. ." ee4.,the greatest'. supply! "of. ,food. Whereaa, W.'B. Crawford has applied aliardlaDo to I sell at 'private &e.aa'. 4' 1'
<.- 'frr ', 1" from ,dltsntppints.'. :=: ; to this Court stor.leU.r.ot.AdmIns the said sale .thOInter..t'ot .\< :
Ail In
10 nomeseeke'ra Be alt known minor. '
,: ,' t Send for ;ouivfree book 'Resolved That' the ',rendi! ;I tratlen on ib estate of ,John tate 'belonging to th.' real e.
': : .1 tenet neglect the'matter present of :\\ttj IRISH POTATOES 'bougl1 'and paid tor a ( mn'tbe Oo
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:: M ; : :, . 'f ern.. waterways. the, high cost ,, of: and claims the full protection poet''JconM1: 2 Thii* are therefore; to cite and ad. e4 0..0.. Stal.of 710rl/ as ,.crib.P'"011:,
. J \' \ t month all and *lniru>
) to obstructive tolls ar the kindred .
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creditor 'of'.a :
.Innadequate d deceasedi -fM4vSSt28l
and to' hi !
facilities the 1frut: and appear before thl. 12h T aa&i '
T lIZER Court
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31 CO. lose'of,life, and 1 fore find, ship C l.
coastwise tbft 4r > South. 'I i
property
; ol"Jrauary.ArrD. .
.Bobby aged ;five looking J also Range 2$. East; ...... ,
at 14., to tile
,'r1 "'1. traffic, the prohibitive rates of marine ( ; new ; OVJ ctlon*. I & beginning,. at tb. 8m corner of
.I : .'; '.1'' 't JACtCAOh ILI.E;. .IFtA. insurance and,*hftaking tonnage,of I' moon):-[Why" xnamma,,\ thoughtthe Admlphtfatloa.on << of Letur lal S '4 4' f SLS'. of Nmv. r .of efal _' 1
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-1 1FW \\1! > oaetwUe .shippUng,.alike "#, '..fir'1 Imediahiap l11':' moon,;was,round,;; ? .Ii h'\ #to4 "lei,.. tbe .a.me 'WllIc' ., gragt.dto-.j Bstat ,< other 4 feet. North 250 Ye.t langS>!.. 1'1I1a'44 .secul'

,: ''LICa1A; ; .W&iirf&i parsorvOrotcrirCo.: : f aJ r of 4he.,Attangc"JntracDMtal :*' MawmA. +*; > It ls-d *r- rouwdiyeel'.15awt .on.or'V". p, crawford per.one. O. fOlQo. other. 'Atp... ...,: f:.p t.tt.,2liat',7e"1.x4" ioolhs/W. . .: ; .

"" .. ,*"* ,.) *:. Waterway'Mid; rtmS Bee)I nhter. bafy <, A' \VUn mr name: as 0 "" ,16 ini"'el d.faadF ......!...D. +:
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ADVERTISE YOUR I a. *VOWBOS uuflejcdy Bl vunejoj A ZUk anoi oe>- .
wloped. Italian method. Mrs Her I
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study on Mondays and Thursdays, I 5
\; 7 to 9 a. m. Voices tried free. 48JMtWANT' .
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: Write or wire 111... Bros.' 'FortMyers I It<.. .
FOUND IN THESECOLUMNS' "
,Fliu,for rate of faro and schedule '
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of-*tamers Suwaneo and jCoroaa rl .

.*w *v_ plying] :between Fort Myers and .Fort '

'Advertising under'tija,'/Uf&f /.5'i eeists' Lauderdale via the famous paloosahat*
; ;; chee,take Okeechobee Everglades and '
',line each insertion minimum 25 cent,' : I : '
per Drainage Canals The most wonderful

,: :six words making an average.,Kne. ''scenery,ink\America.' >r Wild'birdaiid ; \'
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game Ufo (n profusion., Semlnole ItlloineGeorge
'.1 Classified Advertisement not' having1 name''' Indians aad alBgators.42,-tfFORlRENT. I '' .

.*'signed thereto arid'those, froniottt'of;: '. iIn j t, U! :,, ;

\ must be accompanied by'the' aah., "

.0 .FOR.. RENT-''Excellent" pasture, 115 I \
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I acres at JVghorn Junction for $100 ,
FOR SALE OR TRADE-.20" acres 'per annum. Address Isaac S. Hall, .
C5SIFIE'D'P'VERT1SING five miles north of. Loughman in .''626 N.,.Franklin St., Decatur. Il- I
Osceola county. Grove .180 trees, 'linois., 62-2tpd ;'

100 7 year old; two houses,' one DWELLINGS for rent,' opply to. M. ; Blackstone Irving a lecturer of national '
built in Dec'J912. 60.000 feet pine
timber, 8 acres, land improved. Tills and "BetterTownxPromoter" by profession
sI five Cents Per line Trade for Klssimmee real estate or FOR .RENT-tomfonable 'oed room, I reputation, '
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"' .'fads Insertion..*..' Loughman sell for cash., Fla. John. W. 61-5tpd Hogan, centrally located. Large porch:,, 6 I; has' written a, book.; :,called "My Town}, the.message -, I

i Brack'St., J. W;)'r'ends., 42-tf The }'
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FOR SALE. FOR SALE-Motor boat,'.SOxSVil,16 I of whiCh' 'he states is, "Buy at ;Home.
in. draft, 12 h.p.. engine; at a oar. FOR RE-NT OR SALETwottory
R SALE-Lot Spedosa' Catalpa,' gain. See Saunders at this office,tf --I store building_on'Brack' Stanford St.! North Springfield, [Mass.. ] board! of trade "awarded Irving:

but shads and timber tree, two feet FOR SALE-Five acres of land and a Klssimmee' H. C. 29-tf !Ii submitted "for' '
each. G. M. Taylor.. 62-lt of the best plan promoting
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up. four-room house in Piiwedale. '"Willgive ..0.0000.00000..0..0000 ,. !fi a prize $500( for ,, ,

>R SALE-Reiidenc* Iota for sale 'bargain to sell quick. Ad.dress s the .interests of their. city._ :He l has",studied the .
caah or time, no interest no taxes Box 175, Kissimmee, Fla62 s
1.unit}- sod for.; Cheap for quick wile If you want an' S-room'' house and, itljr ad. Consequently: he,
.country
Gea. F. Parker. 62rU FOR SALE-Most desirable( corner close In.. modern In' every way .
lot Eureka Addition. Owner. G. $1100, cash.. i IImOW8.what', about arid the, following. '
)R SALE-M home in South Kls.almmee M. Taylor. 62-lt:, he is writing ,
All,cash or If you want aroom house on I
at bargain.
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.asyuterms.. G..M. Taylor.,. 62-lt MISCELLANEOUS.--- good cash street. lot' 100x147%M $100' I quotations make a strong advertisement: for the Buy-'

LL4 SELL my stop building and for piano or 'orran. '-, : :
WANTED-Pupil. If ,you want a ."B':room houseand .ing-at-Homemovement: : :
fj stock .of general merchandise, errythlng . Call on or address Mrs.: V 10 aeres of land;'91100 cash; .
:: new and ap-to.da4.'dohg B..Dombaugh.; 21 Sumner! St.51tt very easy terms .on ba1anala.i Every citizen of' a community, farmer, laboring man, professional i ;

r fin basinets but other interests re- ROUGH LEMON. SETS for sale fl(i :;-hlcb'l. but little. -each and all owe a heavy debt. to their town. Al' ,
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43-tf per I 'If,.you a .10-acre tract citizens are objects of charity from 4 Li,4R
[, Davenport, Fla. Wauchula, Fla. / 51-12tpd: 1800 $100 cash. together many enjoyments without '
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,,FOR SALE.OR EXCHANGE will LOST-Ads placed: in' the 'Valley 'Ga- If you want a 10-acre: tract citizens in accepting '
sell' my farm of 10 sera, :3 s room I cette have found more articles foi i $3(0. $100 cash.. ,!Ii giving value, received. that 'business in ,
house, '7 acres cleared and fenced, the owner:than any,other on. kinc !Ii "A resident of a town should always patronize' '

,2 acres tide young grove JuncomlneI of publicity. Five,cents per line. $400 If you$100.want cash,a 10-acre-, tract !Ii ,his community, the owner.of !'which resides there. 'in preference to ''

to bearing; or will trade it fora WANTED-WhIte girl of woman tact ISasy term. to suit purchaser'on r that'business, the owner of .which-' resides out 'of town.. ''This principle :
house and lot in Klsilmmee., W. N. as housekeeper. .Apply to:J. E .' '
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Jones Loughman Fla. 44tf Rush, Kissimmee, Fla., 49-t applies that the
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I FOR SALE-20'acres half cleared nice FOUND-A sum of .money.. Inqulrt I Ask Mrs. Summers has organized:' against.American.bonds,
house, at KaU's.SALESMAN. . German Empire ,
young grove, good fences,fair COS Penfleld. near Clyde.Clyde' The general
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home fine crops now growing; a living WANTED-For work ii, ( the 2nd Ave. W. of :urging that told the writer r
already provided. A bargain at Osceola and adjoining cttinties sell,. court house leading south.. ) manager of the International Harvester Company \

[< $1,200, terms rsasonableror trade:, ing pianos, organs,'sewing. and, talkIng ,- \ ". that it is more difficult .to introduce, their' products in ,Germany'I u
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$9,500.00 Stock ''to.Choose. From Yes, it 'a .

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f s. '" tl IDIV>.\' '.4 ; '/,, : 'AVENUE y, TO TOHOPEKALIGA. .AVENUE, WHICH. COMPRISES ABOUT. ,;, ;,\\i ; t 'GROWHfG COUNTY, AND THE. PLOT,OF'GROUND,ABOVE D "

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't ; .,,"lot in Thurman City and. three shares. of stock 'in Thur-; ;THE POSITIONS OF MAYOR AND. COMMISSIONERS,:WHO WILL HAVE"

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!i ___:"'f-4.-Y" :OF LAND.IN THURMAN CITY OR ADDITION WILL BE.GIVEN A CERTIFICATE ALL,PUBLIC EXPENSES AND INCOMES, WHICH'WILL (PUBLISHED
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COMPANY. THIS.COMPANY'WILL CONSTRUCT AND OWN ALL PUBLIC TAX THE LAND, NOT THE IMPROVEMENTS MADE ." .
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i ing rather, although busy session much'on of Monday even The City Council'held'an' ., . r "
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nature-that is, 1t- I upon certain matters that' :
discussing the rules
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for the permit delay the. regular
league's government. meeting in, January. ,. ,
Important business matters prevent:/ The matter of taking'''up the. out*, ,
ed ChaIrman Aultman from attending standing',sidewalk certificates; 'was1 rc, e
and C. F. Johnson acted ,in his
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t The committee appointed to draft the finance committee ,and instructng .
rules for the'guidance of the league "the clerk,' to"la.ue 'warrants .forsame "
.presented their report; the first J sec I : as'soon as the committee. notl-
tion of which reads "To accomplish' : led. him 1If..the amounts.. -'
what' we believe is desired for this or Bids were opened for the construction i
ganisation,' unqualified co-operation of a sewer one hundred and thirty ''''fiJ
must be had on the part of both the feet long on Church street,.T.,W. Ellis V \1
v 4' buying public and' the' merchants. of i It' and W. H.,'Arnold 'submitting bid., ,. : r''
Kisslmmee.. The-contract. was awarded to.Mr'' ..AlH.nold'he ". "i.
Action these''rules was deferred V ; agreeing to V build the'.e.er' 4f;,
'until the meeting to beheld on,Tueii - with a twelve-inch wall to the spring
day i night, the 80th.,at the city hall ,, J THE HUNTER" BUNGALOW--THE OM1iO :. \Y DE'i'UCXER.O EMMETTJ STREET' of.the arch for '"'.27. Work on fee .

'when it is hoped there will be a larger _ _____ sewer 'will begin as soon" as the ossi-.. .
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H. Lawson and J. W. Prenttswere Form of' life; up to man, the instinct profit stays here'whether the order is The 'reason that l"All pleadings 'to' Three' experiments of> other >kinds onthe ground., <."
appointed a committee to solicit Is to go the,easiest way, sent by''merchant or private indI.. keep money at home fall on deaf. were found more satisfactory, ,and Same people thought that the council ,
the merchants of the city to become It U not an easy way of buying to vidual there is no difference in.the e.n." is because: the thing Is impostsible one particularly where the heated oil would consider ,the ,,I dog-musatbio;'
members of the league, and already order out of town,,there is the troubleof mount; merely; a 'difference",of in Unless we,go back to fig...leaves was mixed .with crashed rock and. then ordinance at1 the,, meeting,.and'.....' .
these gentlemen' active in performing getting out the order thea tedious whose pocket it 'stays; ', and. raw .food.' '. ,. rolled, was shown to be far'......, best. speculation WAIl, indulged as to
their duties.It . wait, and the liability of being .disappointed As to the itinerant peddlers 'who go Mr. Weir said ','he' hopes .to find a' what their action,wooffi,bebet'11iat s
is the intention to hold a general in i tome, particular.. It- is about town pestering the life out of GOVERNMENT ROAD EXPERT method whereby oil', can be\ used on qnestioa will be permitted to rest serenely ; '
mass meeting'at a date to be fixed certain that no one.vould, order from people until one orders something: EXPERIMENTING WITH OIL the crushed native,limestone without 4n the pigeon hole'of the deck's ,.
on the 30th to which the ladies will beespecially out of town, it it were-1 not, after, to ,get rid of them, that U'' an evil Experiments contacted by W. J R. being first,heated, a.'treatmentwith desk lentil the. ,, apaeHug, Janaaryx[
invited. This meeting will "The path of least resistance." There which is up to the council to protectus Weir, a government road building exV hot oil,is'! more' ,expensive. than ,with and possibly for all tine, as
held either,at Steen's skating rink or are many things which it would never from. Speed the d.yl.Th" pert, show that the native stone Is at oil that is cold. pie generally are :opo.adage .to Oii .f
in the court house, and refreshmentswill pay the merchants'here to carry in theory that .dollar spent here its best for'' making hard-surfaced The experiments' -were, made six '' of the tt.
be served. stock. For these one must of necessity stays here. Is so foolish that one road.-when mixed 'with hot oil before, months ago on one'of the !most,used men will in this matter a* they npal->
Anent the question of"patronizingnulKrler send away or go without. The wonders at its being advanced. No being rolled. The federal expert accompanied -.' of.county highways, when.It has had ly,,'do in all thing, >def.y' ti, .iMrwishes .'
houses the following letterhasbfcn merchant's own families send away dollar stays here except that spent for the county commissioners heavy. usage.'and: the experiments .. *"? : :v{ \ '
received;( at the Valley Ga. for these things. Furthermore labor. The, only way to keep moneyat to the six experimental stretches of. seem to show that Dade'county's' road 4-
xette office: .. not the .merchants themselves send home is to have manufactories': to roadway between Miami and Buena' problems are much 'nearer' solution E, F Lockwood arrived here Jposslar.. 7
money ,away! ,For instance, if ,one make the goods for which the' money Vista, where he tried various method than ,ever before.f Miami Metropolis. from Coscob; Conn:; and left Tvevsar
j'' ; The. Naked Trath About (the buys here, say' a pairiof. shoes, or a is now sent away.. Otherwise out it of 'using Dade count)''. coraline rock. for his winter' ,home at
K Mail Order Business.V .' rug, or what not, does the merchant goes, and whether sent by merchantor That surface treatment with oil Js You can't 'always'.tell by,'x man's Mr.' Lockwood purchased,Nt5: }
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/that "All Things Seek the Path/of keep the -money at home? No he particle of difference In the amount county board when they carefullywent his "veins, or. -has ,the_ ,-hookworm, all, a..' making. trip. from his. hart. to
t'JLeast Resistance" From the lowest .sends. ,it away all bull the, profit. The that remains here. .' over the roads with .)lr.- Weir. men : .. .,this_ .eJt* -< ''I' . : '

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,/ .1 in stock. This cut price lip pair of silk hose would. not and criticism. .$15 and particular lady.' Do not let ">$5.00 only: "'

" plies .only',fo coat suits. bevout of place., :. up to .$25 less 10 per cent ,them poke other' shoes ,at you .Brown's Shoes-For the work. I

oft .' .' and,say,, that They are Just as ing man this the shoe. MediuM

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a... of merit that can be selected from, time to .hall-on-to that suit. that will be "accepted f in For Children: Buster Brown,

our: great stock of! Merchandise. You'save 10 per cent. Hats the place .of Queen Quality. Buster Brown! That's enough,

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: MADtHI # should become more'universal. THE AMERICAN I legislation will rapidly follow bulk. '- THE .
'Crop rotation,is of tundaih.ntalimportanco .,* \ *4 VI fi f.' Moreover will be the entering
to the potato crop in controlling : wedge, to legislation for a. general
: D DEVaOPMEN ( diseases and maintaining production FEDEnATWir eight-hour'day"for in, this I Optimus. Furniture
but in the United States only country., i
the beginning of an ordered. system A bitter fight is expected in Congress
; J I .OFPOTATOES has been made. Germany has a rotation OFLABOR before the convict labor problem I
of from 8 to 7 years between potato u dealt with. Chairman Lewis' expects and ManufacturingCOMPANY
-' crops. Nor has the< importanceof . __ to see it enacted. For years. the I
green manuring yet been fully ap- special interests which benefit by. contract .
h '''''MS 'HBTjrai' S SATISFACTORY preciated in this country. WILL HAVE NUMEROUS BillS .convict labor. have found waysto II
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The problem of securing. head'off any proposed legislation I

, i ,;...;,..- free an:seed official has inspector been met which in Germanyby resultsin evils in Congress of the on exploitation this subject.of the But convicts theI FURNITURE OFFICE FIXTURES, CABINET WORK ETC. 4

: IS THE .STATEMENT, MADE BY, certificates being issued only to BEFORE THIS SESSION OF CON. for the benefit of a small groupof 1 GENERAL CARPENTER CONTRACTING

t BUREAU ,OP PLANT INDUS.' 'owners a plan for of 'the.disease-free/crops.United 'Stateswould Such .CRESS AMONG WHICH THE I and selfish contractors the lowering Estimates oa Application -- T.. L. CURRY., Mfr.. fi'
debasing effects of the .
TRY OF TUB DEPART.* . EIGHT-HOUR DAY, FOR system. on
be better if carried out by the cooperation the convicts themselves, to
say nothing ,
JIENT OF AGRICUL. of, potato growers associations .WOMEN AND CHIL of the effects In an economic and business .v , -' GIVE "BYRUP'OYIOS"
TURE.';, ,'the state experiment stations, DREN. way, have Impressed themselves this bill before th1: \ committees of
and the U. S. Department of Agriculture strongly. on -the country. and 'on, Congress Senate and House' have shown some TO CONSTIPATED CHHIJL,
-:;-. ..; rather than through legal en --l.. and jt .is doubtful that body. serious abuses in- the District, and in
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r "k'' Washington, D>. C., Dee. 12.-"Amer. actment.. -. Washington D. 'C.: 'Dec. 13-Labor; .will permit itself to shield ,contract any event, as the, House committeeon .
of Labor in its "the Delicious "Fruit Laxative" ca
lean progress in.th. development t/or. :convict labor much longer, says report Jong:
i has bills will soon be Congress for hours of continuous application' t.nd.rllttte Stomach" liver"'and
varieties' potatoes -
not improved been satisfactory as compared : UNFAIR' TO action The American Federation of I,is The a simple pending' bill on. convict labor quired for,women workers in our industries bowels.
is measure providing that
Labor pushing for 'large amountof
4'' ] of leading European have been. great drain upon
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oftheBureauof THE legislation at this session. ; convictproducedgoods the vitality of those .who to be '
the statement DRUGGIST are t'
y' countries, is- II whether in ,
whole' Look
of the After hammering at the doors 'of or in part the mothers of thecoming at the tongue, mother! It
Plant Industry genera
,n' the product of convict labor, when coated your little one's stomach liver "
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into
.(ceps...."Lessons for American Potato The Old .Joke about."S methlnl':Just for years, labor was able to'obtain at tory transported.shall.be subject any state 'or terri! The House Labor Committee 'will and bowels need cleansing at once.
: to the law of When peevish, croas.,lJ.Uel. doea..t
the last session number of. valuable doubtless make ?
: :tf Growers 'from German ,.Experience. }as measures. soon on a a of labor
,: fl'o They;;, beet'' European. varieties postfceas 'This Drug Store. were the establishment of the Department they had been produced. therein. They safety in the Department of Labor. stomach sour breath bad; has A
a bettor flavor color.and texture of ofa shall hot be exempt by reason of be- i sore throat. diarrhoea, full of cold give
Labor the establishment Congressman Mann has 'a
such
for, boiling and frying, ing introduced, in the > bill
particularly commission. original i' a teaspoonful of-"California Syrup Of
+ .children's industrial pack, and Congressman Bremmer has ,
__ these'do-not succeed''when' intro"V probably hard'dosens or otherwise. l' an- "
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but Figs and In
If You have of Much was accomplished to enhance other. They differ in some.respects a few hours all the tool
rd tl taced into?tbe, United >States. this times the old story that a drug store the welfare of ',the workingman but stitutional This message |I. undoubtedly con. and the committee.. probably will re ,.constipated waste, undigested food
i private grower"would engage-in was a place to "get something just as even this, a. the leaden Of labor view ,' because It is based on the port on a bill containing and sour bile gently moves out of ita
Brit. strong
work: as they have done in Great Wilson act of 1890, which has been little bowels without
f ,* would &'OOCi. There 'i. .at lea.t. on.. drug.gist It, was only a beginning in the right ' points of, each. ,The purpose is 'to griping and yon
-sin And; Germany It, fascinating, and industry they)' and in the, world that you can't:'say direction and they. have,>la .long, program in upheld* the states byUhe.! the control"l'of'Interstate, Court; giv. have a bureau iq the departmentwhich have a well playful child again. Ask
:> a' I, this about. ahead of them.. /' will promote in feasible your tfragglst foe a COoent bottle of
'irH'YOuld., 'undoubtedly bureaIt notable., It certain that an inferior article The House Committee on Labor 'Is in shipments of, liquor on'their' arrival way tire use of safety devices every methods California Syrup of rigs," which 410..-.
|achievements, says will never substituted. for a guaranteed the body. which In. the last' Congress thestates.. Hitherto, any attempt for preserving the'health of talus full directions, for babies, chil'
In1' America we have much' to accomplish one by- the Kissimmee -drug and In this one has' been chiefly instrumental Iof labor astata'to,, has been prohibit contract convict ployes, methods of preventing industrial em- .dren of all ,ages and<< for'grown-ups.),
with resisted
in breeding a potato store. : Take .for instance a safe successfully
in done
getting; things diseases and the like. The
field
andlIyer on the ground that it
a greater starch content. Ourpotatoes reliable remedy for: constipation was interference
which the
t. American Federation of Labor of operations for such
., a bureau is
,are now lower'than' the Germanvarieties trouble like Dodson's Liver Tone.This and other organizations have been with interstate commerce which Con, wide one., - a
r from 4 to 8 per cent..' harmless ,. vegetable liquid hare s gross'alone could regulate.., '
demanding. One of' V
? ,; part: the 'proposed ,
' .'' & n But'the Supreme, Court legislation s'
Climatic !'conditions in' America 's proved so'?satisfactory a liver stimulant It formerly was presided 'over by holds that may provide for the employment ENGINE
is
it
so diverse that we need varieties' of and 'reliever' of biliousness and William B. Wilson,'who is now-Secro r competent for Congress ''to'' sub of expert under the. bureau whose ?
: localities, to'entlreJ,'take'the place of'calomel, "' ject a given article of interstate com-
potatoes adapter to 'special teary of' Labor: and now has' for its business It shall be to promote the ,
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merce'tolstate
do need heat-resist.. without any danger or restriction of David control, if Congress .
e .particularly we a chairman 'J\Lewis,; of Mary study and neo of aafety. devices
sees fit and .
I ant: ,strain that can'' more successfullystand'the habits or .diet; that there' are dozens land-'''the 'man' --who more+: than an y byappropriate'lleeelatlon! to methods for the ROWBOAT rt
preserving of
do it, and the i.
of with im so there is practically : MOTORS,
high summer temperatures.Disease'resistance preparations springing up other is responsible for the enactment no health of employes.
.,: Ms'another quality itations'of its claims. of parcel post legislation. This com question right that It can. giro.the...tate.. _the_ One ..question the commitini Save, the Agent .
to Shut nfr the Vm ( # :>"Commission. '
But Dodson's Liver !Tone'' is .A -
1h .' has been bred into certain forbut guaranteed mittee is already stirring itself and vict --- .u. con.lder'thl.. winter includes
:eign, sorts < in ours to. do all.that is claimed for it, has two'important measures on* the. laborIn general..the i' states. are labor, a general eight-hour child c o
'f"Nthat we lave no quarantine! absolutely. ands< if you are not satisfied with I it. Houl. calendar which that body will willing to do this the. way there i day forf2iBfflhJ"iiTirli'
....-ta1n ':'foreign' types that mightbeing the Kissimmee Drug ,Co. will, hand be urged to pass,Within th..n.extJ to The is cleared for them' by Congress prevent*n fh use- our of the BOAT :SUPPLIES ,
disease with them. yourmoney back with a smile. Any \ report of.th. Commissioner of i Taylor
weeks. >, vv; system and'
to this store for bottleof Laborbackus far.'as 1905 showed I similar:"Itop. .....' ,
'ThV breeding of potatoes';for different person going a -One of the measures in the B Qk.inen.ley. -- watch", systems and .L
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of the any mealurel
*Dodson's Liver Tone""will be, goods produced #>
sure tthhe' j in '
intended which
cooking might be bill to prohibit con seem
kinds essential
of penal 'Institutions to BURROUGHS '
bottle of this was strengthen ft IIcllJUBIN.f
to receive large $34,000,000.
found pNAta e":.-A variety especially a. genuine tract convict labor. The other is'the ,While there the .Department of Labor, I'
remedy in exchange for his halfdoJIar.Adv..62.U i Peters bill,.identical with ,the LaFol- are no up-to-date flrur i. '
suited tor.;:,beidaa.11' ded;(another this total has doubtless \ 49p .JaclDoavlJle. J
for frying; "dose-textured uber'bIa" ,. lette Bill In the Senate,',providing:for creased.' 'Thev been much In- :Tallahassee, Fla.. Dee. 13Tb. I'Ia. r ,
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an eight-hour daywomen' and been Board of Parson ,
demand for' salads. The J was in'Ie.. '
some
r ? e.' i SYMPATHETIC TOMMY; girls who'' work in the District seriously felt In various lines of manufacture don 'on Tuesday, The tramp baa 'one '
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o ....., finds'it neeesaryto : ofCo.Iumbla. ; bat ""oraethan this Wednesday and advantagilolr ? !i
I 't, bring the system Thursday ,of't l. week an automobile-you
... material$ prepar- 'Rnnvnp 'stairs,:'Tommy, arid ) 'and considered can't
has
t; grave effects on the hla ;
". The. anil-convict ; .is convicts. levent.elgbt tire,, Pur' r;
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for; the. table, parilnpsgriatvdieP baby's ;nightgown, said, Tommy's organ one Through the .,.Influence of applications fOl
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.r \ ,.. < > d motheraccording: : ,to the New York"Don't of the measure. which labor contractors it,i's. prison d.DI.nOJ' Conditional p.rdons i --
i 'that granted ,
tt! !'1 JdalJ.' ,_ , baa been demanding'forbears. The strenuous opposition will be- to sixteen applicants; two Iseuiee for ,. 70UDr man to, r\J\ '
'.' of bommereial. ''tertiiserstbs -,.' : want to," said Toimny."Oh bill for.an eight-hour day,for women. Wa.blll, In' the Senate made to sentences 'were commuted. fourteen makeIore to a girl than to' nmk a' .
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. Game y, is!nakaown. fa oar. ,West- Tommy I..'If; you are notkbdta7 In' the District".'would' be i extremely does,pass it the House applications cunsld' were passed iron further UvinR lor h.r. c t" .
.. valuable in t: .
Certafar' o/ new sister'shell put on her the promotion of eight '. '
districts. your
tc oar t The P.ters' elgbthour bW fi iA' ki: denied one "
and
:r, In Maine, New, York, sod... nd''n>.back''to-heaven.? hear' legislation for women through tor position,,f_,'It bu already > were, ipplicpationtiwas "Well, how did 701J'al een I at'Dt'f:
not"
belt tun. '..... '? ettt the country; One Congress' has passed "considered becau.,th.' Goethe, spent the h t\
"Ii' trucking t'VI the. Senate. ''If the ,House statutory ono s_
lee passes it Irements My
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spoken out for an ,
, their praOt wings and. eight-hoardayfor It\\'will become law, = .had not been complied Verfbadly.he !" I
.: aad potato :r.-e'.. I ,fly. npeteirs C'Ty..eaceh nightgown!*_ women:and girls, ..at.,.the: ".seatof, : gov. '. ':;' , ' ,,,Teatlmoll7'. "on 'f Coetbn. and aponting..jslwt. '...

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'1NYi1lllllAU1 118 bled,"'tht8 APJ tTt.. te' fill, ., GANWTSKWt" "'H+1to'a0dA'ti; } Ili Ijf,,; ': : :; '' .
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CON6RESS acted .f f <- -mders ... .n. RATS OF WAY !Ii ':' \. ". .', ,' :,\ .
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him, ifi thank* and e I, ,. .1 'So 1. ,,; '.
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endorsement'"of ,..*' services ,to the ( . 'I( ,,,,\-...,:,'>t.<<".. ,,.,. .t'"t.". .!'...f1,
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organisation. .:. )( '" ,
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ASS NATNNM L NESTS .
'PEES STMNfi RESQUTHNS I Dr... ,;.c....'tttM.fattnwa, =, t' 'THIS' store ,has 'F.'" '"1
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.. managing. dtoctor of .
-, I "Whereas ,- )(p J ; i.t. Vv" ** v "
SouthernCommercial Congress COMPLYING WITH -r- ',,\ : ,...',"
the WITHOUT .
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,: COMMENDING' THE W'ORK "OF b,. hi..untiring 'energy sad boundles. REGULATIONS OF THE SECRETARY a very liberal ...re., ( \
t 1 .' PRESIDENT FLETCHER AND enthusiasm;, Ms able ln+Waa-re' and _, .


I, MANAGING OWENS.. DIRECTOR' into constructive promote' affective ability the operation, efficiency has the.plans done'and o bring much and TUBE.OF, AGKICUL-. .. ;;:n.. .;\ :,'f::,,;>: ""L. ''j I of' patronage from. '' the leis 1 .;.... '" ,, ''"!, s':}, '", ' .. '

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purpose'o*, the! CotogreM, and to en. Ii'I. ,, ,. 1 . ? ",:
and expend its work until it 'has Washington D. C. 'Dec.' 15.-The : sunmee pimple"ate'', ,, . ;
large \ ,
(By WINFIELD ..JONES) contention of. the that I, .
'government ", '
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Washington D.* C., Dec 1O.--Ae.A there be-it }' .. power'companies can not secure. rights !fi ' i Y,' A \ t: J. t
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cpmpanied by members of the FederalCommission "Resolved'11bat'the' SobetuCom-? of way across national forest ,with U! :, 'd......' rlj\oM .. u '
with the regulation IOiI'1. \1.,' ..... ..ik..; .," . ,,
on Agricultural Cooperation mercial Congress in convention assembled out complying U! f .. '" 1913 />' ..
Senator Fletcher' today at the this the 9th, day of October of the' Secretary" Agriculture has JI'I' ; .. < ., : .:.,,." .' :: : !? '... ,J. .
White House presented to President 1913 desires to express :to "Dr. Clarence been completely sustained "according %' .,' 'T\.,. .", 't.. : . I ,
Wilson the report of the .commis .the managing,director, to the officers of the United States 1 t.' '
J. Ow na, !fi'i '
sion's. investigations'' of forest service by the opinion of the '. : " # .,
_ rural agricultural Ita high appreciation of the able man- arid 'we ,trust "; ,
circuit court of appeals filed November . we :
cooperation and cooperative agricultural ner in which he ha performed his ,. ..
banking made in ,18 Euro- duties,. and it .hereby tenders him lJn the case of the United States ffiffi! ::, t t'k'; ' ,: "" : ,
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pean countries last summer.Senator endorsementsof versus > he Utah Power. and Light '; 4 1 .:. : I.' W ,
thanks and Its highest I I ; merit the continuation : : > ;:
Fletcher is chairman ofthisejrombdon his, able ,and efficient .services, to Company. 'i ., .r.'V. :. tJ ,
and also of the Amerlean the Congress." .. .. In its decision the court announce !fifi i*. w < *!"" i* ; J" v jV
( has assumed \
that complete
Commission on Agricultural cooperation Congress ;
r which toured: Europe with control of the mater-power question -,.-, ',: a more liberal l participatio; : ; :;' % ,:. 'J:. '. 114 : ...'
\ the Federal Commission. The American OSCEOLA WILL LEADIN : so far as the public lands are affected U.! ;" /: (" ,, !\ :, t\\\'
.:; f" Commission was assembled by the '" and, that a state in the-exercise.of its ... .'.. ", .: ,. ., ,,... 'J'" ... .' .. ;!i' 4t
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":"-/" 4 Southern Commercial Congress, of ALL THINGSALL sovereign authority cannot interfere !Ii "v.;!; ,' m supplying I your' .needs i '" ; : '".,'..I,' ., ,. ": -.''
i"' i which Senator Fletcher is president, with' or transcend this constitutional !Ii .: ; "" 'It., <,
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; now lenring his second term. :- ; power ,, '\ ,:.r .
.\. T; Dr. Clarence J. Owens, of Maryland ALL PRIZES AWARDED 'AT' MIDWINTER Since December ,!?, 1000. the Utah I .'J, ,,' ..
': ,/;" managing director of the Southern Power and Light Company I .. ,
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FAIR'WILL BE PBO works 1914 : .
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.1 :Y;' general of the American Commission: BRTY OF THIS .COUNTY.' on certain public lands; in the state of !Ii ; : -V .\ j ... .. "

was among those who accompanied Utah now forming *-part of the Cache !fi , : '.,. ,
Senator Fletcher to the White House. The following appeared In the Orlando national forest The Federal"Cow ." ," ; I' .J, , )t'
The President expressed great Interest Reporter-Star of Monday and ernment' sought to i enjoin the ..occupancy = ," .. Wishing Our Patrons.A ;.oj
in the report of the commission we desire to inform'' Messrs. Walton ,of these lands, until the, company : .. : : '
,which will soon .be submitted to congress that they made no. mistake In staying should comply, with the provi' tfi.tfi ,, ,:. ,
_ that to Osceola county would come the slons'of the act of May U. 1896. This .
A bill establishing 'a rural credit prises.' When E. ..I* Lesley', T. ''M. act empowered the government to per- MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS
and banking system for the United Rivers'" nct' II. E. Swabeyundertake mit the use of, or rights of way upon tfitfi! . : ; ,
States will soon be Introduced in the 'Job t,Us certain":toY be'carried: ;;:to. a public*lands and'national forests, for "
Senate by Senator Fletcher, and in the successful conclusion: *, the-.purpos.'' of generating, manufacturing '

+ House by Representative Moss of In "The action taken at Kissimmee'slast and- distributing electric, en ; ,v ,and ,a .. i diana. Board of Trade meeting is- but ergy. The power company on the 'r'r: ,. ,
;6 The work Senator Fletcher I* doing another assurance of the success of other hand alleged that its rights .. '\.
A to get for the farmers of Florida and the Midwinter Exposition to be held were :secured and protected by the :r HAPPY PROSPEROUSWWt'YAR '::

the whole country their own banking in Orlando February 17-21 in which act of July 26, 1866 now I Section . L'', u
c system, was endorsed' the recent Orange is to be joined by the counties 2839 of the Revised Statutes. The decision :. .
fifth annual convention of, the SouthAm of'' Osceola, Seminole .Volasla. _. and of the court is that the later act Sfiffi! . ;\< j, '. ,
Commercial Congress at' Mobile, Lake., The Board appropriated 9260, repeals that of 1866 insofar as it related :" ', .e'i.'t'( ',",," - : '' ., .'m',.. ..'.",.., .;'.. .,, < ", '".
Alabama probably the' greatest convention an amount.equal to.a held South.. After the: and that tho must I' .. '
ever In the : from City Council and the company acquire .. : 'Jj \' I
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.,.-.. Senator Fletcher- president Boar dof County: Commissioners, thus Its .rights of way in, accordance with Ifi I' ,, 0'
-.; and Dr., Owens, managing di creating a fund of $760 as a nucleusfor the provisions'of the later act :: A
4 rector the congress : assembling, here an. exhibit that It was contended by the company RESPECTFULLY' ,: .
h tt'passed the following resolutions. concerning wil lbe the pride of the citizens of Osceola that it was protected in its tenure by .
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t .Senator Fletcher: IL Edmund Swabey was appointed the laws of the state of Utah. Ohthis :
1r Whereas the president1 of the to represent the Board, Chairman .? point the court says: MThe proposition : ..
'; Southern & Elii Lesley of the County Com; that absolute .and perpetual ,
iv ed State. Senator l ancaqU"Tieteh.r. missioners. representing1. that f body,' rights In'the ubllo'land. may be acquired I: WATERS& ,CARSON GROCERY CO.:
.ot'l1orlda, by his:able J?j management.wise I and Councilman: T. M.'Riven/f or .the for,<'private'"gain'by, mere ap Sfii ', ..
advice unwnnctJeftorta.}; and Qtyyof' Kissimmee. thu formincanI propriation,Witbout purchase or 'com- ,
great .. .{ -In' execdtlvr'-committee, with .whom the pensation; and'in*the''eurdea of a ; fj:.'. : .r : '''* ft.I' : '
the measure'for,the success I I people "will work to make for them state sovereignty which transcendsthe s:.,11't ,. s w" earLN' .B It "A'tN-"vrM"' ' .$" 4' rt
of Mpane the selves enviable at.the constitutional ? iii. t ... .
r' 'and jxrtide* con an reputation power c-t: Congress, It'It cC , -J'Vt' .
frill.f -for the'International 1 and national Midwinter Exposition, in which'they la"a*somewhat-startling r one." ''. 1"" .To'..._.'r.,> ,, _" : ._ "i:,
it has att nedrnd : Shord of r
prominence are now taking part for the' first 4 its'.legal, phraseology Kissimmee "
for Its influence and'schievtnieM.ind time." court's decision may be summed up !Ii ,\I"t.; t. ,'JI. , Florida: fI ,
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States. and that. the people, of Utah,; ." ''o rtbe was lab. ,
in forming their constitution and stat 1 pIDtea yielded ]i' A: few t tlwtrat

it>>.. 1. CNif .... __ government, forever disclaimed all s qut:'of t' were '
d 11. 'iaae t. t; right and title to ..the public' l lands obtained ,will, b. H. Jot-
; ., .Tpi ,;'rite Y-t 'I 'tt.M),: within their state until' ,these: have k' non obtained 'a pound
1 p 'C jt!, ann J )I. '(. ;. "lob-.u., (bu .'X(1ft atom'I'4omaTth[ been disposed of by the government, Aug\\ cotta 'gbe }
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.wv ' ri '' ---f "" ".sv.a ."":ty' The.terms;of this provisionwere later acro 1q.
'' made a part of the constitution of the THE y eel
state of- Utah, and the federal government seed nti Mr.i
"'U'lO therefore was secured in the a C vil ,
iJt.J wttkf full'-Control of the public lands within '_ and ns4e- of a e perry
HAS MANY *
!1 the,.state, not only by the' federal CONDUCTED acre'tfU1"on" bsi
: ., : : ; constitution but by.that of the ,state MENTS to:? DETERMINE )v-'j pro deced I a lie

r erg }4 x" ', ,J'. ", !i ka, -..>(. I' 'a '. .,' .... .. , itself. LATE PLANTING WILL "+E l,egiven f1 tratlone t atr v. lte.u
t ', .r'. .!'a., u' iCAPRAL'3SOA0O..oo, '''q/' ...,.) ., \Io.:1t ,, .. '. ,""' .Moreover the act of May U <1896 PRODUCE;GOOD CROP,. slur:' thi gea rence b.+-
91T ;," ;; ."..1... i' r' t. .,.; f\',. f ",' : : '{ .' '' 'trt. 1i.I.:.,,,, ,, ... ." of electric power on government .< ....'The obse v ore,,,? .
:' "' : : lands, was passed before the Washington;':)D.'IC)1! et'll9nrrOe j( prove in avery, d lab
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: \"/ "' ::::;>" :' : 1' :,, . Utah Power and Light Company caaionally the.theoqiIannoaneed' \ !) ; planted, a W'+hr. n I ntd
r C'1? ;f / ',f"jJ" \" ." " : WI ,) ;"' >' ., '" .. claimed any rights under''the act of that boll weevil tcan.be.controlled by awte.iskYf tit wh 4

,JO' ,VII!' Gln/ tl'(1'O!! r' 'i' ' \, .. .' ,,,." ",\" L _, " 1866.. Therefore, since the power late planting better than by earlyplanting ,early,' "t A,
.. I' : ,),( ', .: I'" company ha not availed itself of the of the crop. The Bureau of '
provision' the later' statute 'which ball conducted experiment
Entomology many
I'' ;. '' J 1&'tt: ; irre ;; ) iC ; ; ; : i7 :: : : provides for a permit' "its rights, if to. determine whether late I
: e' emeld of reuahon; ,
., , .afr / : > any are subordinate to those of theGovernment. planted ,cotton will produce a, satisfactory -' .
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:' ,' ,:, ".'"''i: " ." I crop. The reaulta,, have all Clrisl Try It! Hair get* soft. fNdh!aad,
if- \ ,. : been negative. The advocates. of late bosu. '
a eat
bantlrul Oet a
; S lie hl ef'airaI'onaye: elti; e thf'ln l? fJ/ur ;: : "/E. J. Russell and H. IL, Roberts planting however ''have contended .I Danderlne. .(
; . ? ? tt.e: r' s keeper and assistant keeper of.,.. Dry that'experiments oT the Departmenthave t ( Lt.e' r
: '. '. :' ,1 \(, :.:/,. ;. Tbrtuga Light Station in the. Gulf -not been conducted on a.sufficiently Leavy hair k $
an1'ul'nM: '96eal "ie/I ; t I" of Mexico:west of..the Florida Key, large scale.. On this account ,, If'you sari for 4s radtas
and
,, ?, a. ", con/nuance'.e0..tJ '" 1' : have been commended by Secretary ian I unusually large experiment tens with beaub' acumen
'r, : './ '" !". '. ." 1 ' ,I\' ., < Redfield' for assistance rendered the /natural condition in tit.: baa ail tacomparabte '
-: ; '': ; )II" ..! ., 'I.\\.' ,''' provided 'by and lustrous.- try ,
It fluffy
; '.1- "., J _'.'. ,,' ' .., "i',I > Cuban fishing', steamer Venus :which I Louisiana 1* of interestInthe ) application,4
a'lrnIG .. .." 'I : in. the with its of 1918 there ,wa an Just. oae0
) gulf
CoP1/),Ct5 "eU1 '. ; -" ; : was adrift pro. spring of hair, besides It
.. \ .' ," yea! ,, : )'. ,.. ,,'", :.:;. p-- pallor missing. Because of threatening I overflow, by Bayou de Glaize in Avj beauty your pardMo
.1" I -rJIJ :' '""'''"', : l'' lately dissolve every
: ,',' '." I;, .. ; :' ,', I./, ., . ,t 'I'\ : weather all on board the vessel,:,oyelles Parish occurring in May and aandruff., Toe can-mot hah:
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f ", \ I taken off and carried 'to' the:, until early In Jane. On
continuing
: '' ,' were hale 'it.perd
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1wolrr r'.r4'4 '" 1f ,.. ,> ". / 'C'' light station. The'next day they returned one side of the bayou a strip of land destroctlTe scarf
.. i ; :: ; :' : ; >: ,- "; Sfv itt'j; ;,' to their vessel' and Keeper I one mil flcoded.ehetleveee I idandrnff.hair of This its lustre. 1U strength
rt." < A denwas the ,
l. : : J "'. : Rueselt towed it to a safe anchorage. mile I iu ,verr lUe.'and if not'oiyradeoes
In the face of threatening weather on the opposite side of the bayou retained -J: aad
c4 46fltflq S42 j / a fevertshnea
;. t. a, Jlc'i/c4j: 1 ,:' 4Y.1 ( Assistant Keeper Roberts, took the ,the 'water COtton .was plant tM' scalp: the hair root
i ;. ( ;; ; ",, chief engineer of the Venus in a small ed early on the one side and late on loosen sad ale: then the hair tellsEast.
; t '. .' '," West in order It has furnished ajlarge
.' ',"' launch 64 mile to Key the -other. Surely get a I6-ceot botta.y'
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.' ';J L l1"t .. . "" . } communicate with the between the two meti.:,
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p It, (' '' "' .' in theMme i '
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/v." .; of ', and.Mrs. Frank Briggs, S
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THE NEW, MINERAL \ : /:; "j I. ", ,;
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,SAYS THAT. 'STATEMENTS OF STATE CHEMIST ROSE ,ABE' .NOTH PARCEL 'POST RATES: : : : : : : WejAppreciate, the :;" J''"

t .. ING.'BUT A CONGLOMERATION OF LIES FROM BEGINNING I ".,.,1'jo' ,,,, ', -, ', ?."' ., .. !, '
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'1 'Tp END., > LOWER AFTER]; ., '' ; .
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The policy of the Valley Gazette i* to 50.00 per ton for soma of these INCREASE IN WEIGHT''OF' ,' T
to treat all ,questions and individuals brands In order to see if the Mineral .r
fairly and without favor, and at it Plant Food was all that we claimed for "AGES Til AT MAY BE 1 ; Enjoyed During I: r rJj
't'' published an attack by State Chemist it or whether the 40.00 to $50.00 ALSO PERMITTED.!: .' It < : .

Rose on the New Mineral Fertilizer chemical' product was all that was ': ; i :. , ... .. Ii' ,, .
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Co. It print the following article claimed for that, and the enclosed January "
it,:I from ,the president of that company; testimonials will tell you the ultimate,, On and after'' i, 1914 the Ye Just \
'-' result of the above named.testa. We limit of weight of packages of I n .
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." with testimonials class mail (parcel post) for % '' \' 1't .\ ._ .. "
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f r Editor the Kissimmee Valley:, Gazette, from the New England and Middle within the first and second : ,;' : :. ., ,., I ;O\i{,{!,;, ,'''" J'''''
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increased from 20 to 50
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E, I Kissimmee Florida.m tests have been made, and can give. in all the other cones from 11 '" : .. "C"oslna ..0'" .": ( :l ; Dear Sir We have this day re- u pounds. The rate of postage ; '\ i"I, , : 'ff
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number of similar test .
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.ceived a copy of your issue of Friday, monials under similar conditions made been reduced and will be as X ., . ,.' I.,' ';' J. ,
;, . December 6th, 1913, containing an article best and on and after January 1, 1914. ; ' .. ,," " .' '
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in your own by 'your . ..:, . , , ,: :/ 'j'" ,
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purporting to have been written decrease in rates In all. except Ar, ., , .' ';' , ; ,,."
largest growers. : 4 :,,S ;;; and ; ;\I'. !; 'f.! : \"lf ,
I '' y and given to >you for publication by We want to further that from seventh and eighth'sonea 1 ),"I ri", ," ('"I'' -' '".'....! .',.", ,,.'" ."4tt ': ''
,your State Chemist Rose. In answer say 80 per cent since the 7'": .. 'Jn'' '''i' "" ,IM"'iL''+t" '"'
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day we up ,
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if or less than a conglomeration of lies product when used according to Parcels weighing ounces and ;J. :f!J( 'J i1'' .

M from beginning to end and the worst directions to either produce a maxi- for delivery in any cone one ( : : : ': .. :' ,"
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i ; kind of cowardly blackmail which one mu mcrop or the money would be refunded -' ounce or. fraction thereof., Wish Our r \
e human being can perpetrate upon another the purchaser. Can you showus Local zone (delivery from !: ; .. .' ., ., '
>> through the medium of a'news- any chemical fertilizer manufacturer -' mailing) -cents for the first ,' "" 'i"',,.', ,I .
,4< paper' which listens to only one side in this country that. is. willingto and one cent for each two } : t : : I
'' of the Story,Ve would say: There is stand behind his goods with a. similar pounds or' fractions thereof. rI: ;';;: '" ;
J 'not language in the English diction. statement T First 'and second ones A Merry Christmas ',.' :.'.
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office within 160 miles from .
this, calibre and when we call him Your man Rose is being pretty hard : \ > :> "t. :" :: iG'
office), 5 cents for' the first
N at man we do the English language an pressed to brace the lot of lies whichhe ;
i' has tried hard to distribute throughout and one centJor each ;* ,
injustice. ; -I\\" : '
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'YOU'ltate th.fthe your state, and this last statement pound, or fraction thereof. !. ; andf I -" "..?",}(.", .
a q b eenldrivenFo t in is Third cone (150 to 300 miles I .
l tllizer had which he has made your paper '.. .
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of the of Maine also the state nothing more or less than a last gasp office of mailing) 6 cents for the I ,. "i'll"'
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,of Connecticut and the state of Mass from a drowning man and a last effortto pound and 2 cents for each X 1 . .. .. ".. . .' ., ,,'j".# 'I.'{,,'
pound fraction- thereof., .
achnsetts, together with the states save his reputation and position. or : : . 'f,, /1, ;'
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.l I'or truthfulness would have made such state'officials, hut we do expect geta 4 cents for each additional \ : ; ". 7 .. J,
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'cover sworn copies of state"licenses product, we hope and firmly believe : : : : ''' '
from the states of Maine Massachu- that we shall get; a standing 'second ditional pound or fraction', : : : . .., 1. ,
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f, } 1913 cotta showing and New that, York these states for the licensed year of to your none state.among We representative presume and peopie have 'miles 8 cents) 9 for cents each for additional the fiirst pound t I ; ''i" '4!$ (",' *' .., 11<.....' ''' J" ' '; /-' "'",'. ''."*I>.," ;-. Ift,"'';;;.* *' ..: .
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protecting
distributed the New you printing
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. best and largest farmers that.are in I issue .of December bah, 1913.. but pound or fraction for thereof.each V <* .
.'1'; this of the whether he has or not it seems to' us
'part country, we are enclosing '
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t you under separate cover quite 1 1 that in justice to the growers of the 1800 Eighth miles zone'from( offices more
t, c"+ .a',number) J.;' of testimonials from the: state of Florida and your own subscribers cents for-tha first mailing office) ;
ti pound and 12
t> .very best people of the.highest stand.i you' should "give his letter for each t
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i1' ,f Ing there are I in New England' who space in your paper in partial ans" tion thereof additionalpound. or' I
t ''w!' have used' this product in. quantities wer'to the libelous' article which.. you On and after':.March' 16,. 1914. I *: Bank of Kissimmee :
\ i'. 1 I roin one ton to!several carloads anywhere'from have already' printed., rate ''of -postage on books'' .
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'k i two to four seasons and As we have 'stated before we will 8 ounces or' less,will be one s .
'/>;.1 t! ,, will tell you If you.care to write them put you in touch with one 'thousand each 2 ounces or fraction thereof 1
,\t s personal letter, or any of your read- or three thousand bf the most repre-- on> those weighing in excess l't rg i: t Donegan, P/ K. Weaver t I
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: .. if, that they have used .it ton -for sentative agriculturists: In, New Eng ounces the regular will
.tone rate
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thehighest priced and the' ao-called may write and We will guaranteethat I <
: best brands of chemical fertilizers on they will tell you.that any statement The debt soonest paid is the

lt J', the..market. paying' as high as f 40.00 ,made by this; company to the,' that is, never,contracted.. i I a '.

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has grown begun to put ori fine trains; tf}
p' ; advantages the trains to Florida are .;:..
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y been no ex- that run to California.. The .
railroads the West are wonders of h. '' "'
> this state while in the main the trains ?
'by railroad South are composed of just .'.
.. West.' The dinary Pullman and an ,,' \\1,'(
r : after the dining car. It, has. been ;, ;'
n "t' t ? ri : 'jUICK'',motor .cars. for. '1914 are still.beingbuilt : : ; ; ; an' empire years that trains even this \ : w'::
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'((4 'I 'simpler-control". But Jhe' fundamentals! of Buick V'I: let Flor- railroad'men will resent ,this : "'

i dition--the Delco 'System ,of ..electric self-cranking and fils'many statements'to ; v ,,':

) 'y" y;. part and is I included without additional, cost; A, Year, 'their as I but one, who has traveled in .:." '
( ; big signs and also in the South will ,: "
1. e : F being bolted'onto'many' an excellent! .car, many: available the public the Western roads have ,\i\ft
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would be:incorporated in any Bulck"car'until, a'' starter: : to Cali- Yet', the railroads admit "

Such a starter isthe Delco and the Delco installation in asked why are handling as much business ,',
to'Flor-, ,',
i.r 'a fulfillment pf'the', Buick ideals, .; which' means.'" 'I said: can There without Is competition any special,for the ': . i

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owner.XThe
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'ce carrying'to there is room for more .
P' .eJ gathered from the 150,009 Buteo- that 'hne made Also :t'
could carry the, railroads should i' .
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II and -develop, magazine to exploit- .
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: a: merchant Petersburg Independent. : 9

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customers.more its own:: Although it has ,, "4" s ,
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[ and 'is the hind other less favored .
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T : ing into its own high estate '
roads. needed... This does not mean I greia''and 'prosperity by>' the ; t/.V-! '.
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need is to have the rail :
the greatest ) Its climate and toil.
roads in the' North ,advertise Florida The i-*; :
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many sections of, the Country east'oftha ', marked to this writer last .,4-; J
river think' of week i';' ,
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Mississippi .they ida Is the paradise of .the : l\: t
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coast.'.. adJ"la than .1\,
DAY AND N1GtIT daatso 'tha' Nay eanbe had in'the corn
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Auto forRepairing advertfM J ; ObisIndiana and -Wiaconaln.;' , .
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Je.han those that'threaten the from girth to death by'n ldwlvee, and ERADICATION Bureau of Anima I ( Industry 'Oklahoma u"" this ... '
HUMAN LIFE MOST) mother. Lifelong deformity, disease none of these cases had been seen bya ; ,Of City Okla.:,;. *, thoroughly appreciated ..IY&,'' ,
and blindness are possible- and ..com physician Thirty-nine death car Bureau 'of.'Animal Industry Little cattle on the farmers : ... I
mon results of neglect at tho time tificates of children 'in Jacksonvillein THE' TICK [NIIMETHODS' Rock, Ark.Bureau .' in'every,two week for a '
e PRECIOUS THING when the babe' is ushered into the 1912 were signed by midwives.. in the above solution; all of. the ticks
world. The first hour of'its Independent Probably it 'Is impossible to' bbanielthe of Animal. IndustryBatonRouge will be eradicated. ;.- "- -** J.> t
existence bordened with THAT One,.tick is capable of laying..4,000 r
possibilities midwife from the community for SHOULD BE oBreaf '
THE [ that may effect its entire the and ,Animal Industry. JNashville eggs. The'eggs hatch in about three''
patient have the
IN WORLD family right PROMPTLY AND THOROUGHLY ,
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Tenn.
3 life. The poison of inherited disease to employ whom they please or to be Coblegs weeks and each 1 egg< ls capable, offurnishing ,
OUT BY OUR State Veterinarian Agricultural '
close U.. forever i* incurable one seed tick. ,
may unattended in. illness,
although the -
blindness. The 'educated ''physician; state has the right to interfere against STOCK ,MEN. (P. O.), Jackson, Mich. It is up to yon to open the gate of 4 ,
anticipates' this and with simple From these bureaus information your quarantine line and by co-opera' J 1 J9t
UCEJjsI a\* ignorant
parents or guardians in be a
WOULD MIDWIVES can be gained regarding the expense little It. r""$1
treatment,reduces the chances to a half of the tion and \a persistence e
+ helpless child. The state
minimum. has Perhaps'some of the results'of the and .cost.of the vat.though the following be only a question of a brief time be.fore ) ,
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the right to Ucense.the midwife cattle tick upon cattle, in connection for ascertaining the capacityof 10U 'willi be able 'to 'send ,your 'i! ..
) WITH OUR The neglect by ignorant midwivesat 'and to demand that she'shall with the statement that every year the dipping' vat may be of assist cattle through to any market without
CHANCES have certain '
' WE TAKE this time is the prolific cause of qualifications 'prelimi the loss of cattle occasioned by the ance :-1"'
"de s LIFE THAT WE WOULDN'T'TAKE sore eyes,. excoriation., ,rupture.,, ul.sere nary to the practice of her profession tick would more than pay for the Measure in Inches the length of the inspection.This is on. 'case 'where.the, inter.''
LIFE DrV colic and other Infantile troubles. It may insist.on a fixed degree of intelligence the bottom add these ..
. WITH_ THE eradication of'the tick will lead cat top and also at est of the stock-raiser and the railroads
'OUR HORSE. If a physician should be found guiltyof without which no person.. tie men to lose no time in adopting? two numbers together'and divide by are 'mutual, Mora cattle, better ;M
be
such neglect he would be banished munJt may .,allowed to prey upon the- com measures which will eliminate the two. That gives you the average cattle' and better prices!! menM'' '
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from |-profession. Probably he ) r pest in the infested districts. length. In the same way measure In more prosperity for the stockmen ana W
Human 'life ts the most precious' l would be made to pay' heavy damages In the absence of a state law coyer- < It is hardly necessary to state that inches the top width' and the widthat mere' tonnage' to"haul for' the rail
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thing in the world. That's the theory through the action of the -outraged, ing these conditions, it is within the the cattle tick is a parasite peculiarto the bottom"-and divide it by two ro s-rOcala 3W: :f
h law and public sentiment and he constitutional rights'of any municipality cattle transmitting: a disease to get the averagewidth.. Now
, We take chances with tt that w.'woaJdn" might be fortunate ,in escaping Imprisonment to regulate them. It I. probable known as splenetic or Texas fever measure the depth of the tank in '
{ take with the life of a horsy for' his acts. that the need for such nactmentwin sometimes called bloody murrain. inches. Now multiply the first number TIlE' INFERENCE., 'I

,That's, the. fact demands"- thaltheh This Is a plain and painful subject, be brought to the attention, the The tick infested milch cow givesat (the average length) by the second Adolphas-It's'anawful shame,..My to ,
1 The state, of Florida' rigid a: serious one which outside the conferences -'. next ,Florida Legislature In 1916, least ten per cent. less mUlL number (the average width) and little nephew got hold of that poem. .
physician shall undergo a before ) of medical men must be eighteen months in the- future. -In Hides sell for one-half cent, pr then multiply the result by the third 1 wrote to you and tore it to shreds. "
examination of his qualifications his limited to general statements. From the meantime ..Florida cities should pound less,, and by reason of the number (the depthThen) divide the Augusta-So the little fellow. ,can. tI: .
he is permitted to practice an article vnded (for general'' readIng use. their authority. quarantine regulations against tick- last result by 231 and the answer will read already-London Opinion. d .k
ti' profession. The standards are being Yet 'a discussion of specific abuses Jacksonville's health department is'. infested countries an open market be the number of gallon* your tank. Sympathy is' more often misplacethan ,
i raised every year in Florida.ignor.:: must ,be barred. Yet a few,.facts urging upon the Cityi, Council the Is I ,, curtailed. Neither can you readily will.hold when full. I lost.. ,
the people of the atate permit trifle taken from the experiences' of Florida ! passage of a carefully'framed bill, fatten cattle which are infested by, -. .. 6
ant women white' and black to physicians will illustrate, some and the sooner It becomes a law of the ticks. -. '
with the I that of the. expectant Infant.mother abuses ,and superstitions not unconW. municipality, the sooner, will some This much of the evil effects of ,
and wit of the'new born their mon in the practice of midwives. distressing conditions be removed. cattle haying:, this parasite upon THE MOST COMPLETE LINE
Jt Exercises no supervision over attend A child Immediately after birth The enforcement of this act would en.' them and it is believed that these
practices and .allows them to was placed under a table to Insure' tail no expense upon the.'tit7. for local 'facts- are sufficient to con nce- the
.neh'patients in the thefy need its future good behavior. medical men have given assurance most' skeptical of. the necessity of
'(4 1 'greatest peril and when ..To'appease .his satanic .maJe t1. that the needed examinations of mid-' prompt action in ,killing: off .the evil. FLORIDA
I t and should have the most skillful at. who was presumed to ,be interfering determination'of ,An 'additional .and veryimportant ,IN .SOUTH .
tention,and'' sympathetic,Srentie care. with,the.sate delivery of ao, child. a fitnessewillt, undertaken by the pro fact.: which 'might be' added is that ItI .. <<
Nearly-evenr !?community Fn the-tato black hen was' hacked to pieces witha fessiort of Jacksonville.. I", i. an at- the milk from tick-infested ,cows is
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/ \ U bearing the burden the presence7agd dull knife'the mother;, meantime 'a tempt'.to, relieve,at, least one Florida l unwholesome and 'unsanitary and I' > '
J activity' of Ignorant midwlveslmost suffering and unattended witness //of city from;.the ,penalties of legalized very dangerous to be fed to children. ,Famous "ALtEN"
1iiJt." of' them negro women, who,' are thesuperstitious: act. crime.' .I ', The most' effective and best way to
' rfcalled' to, attend other women in her agony. was witchedby the tick is the. '
mother
governmentformula
, ( !>\ of both traces, at, the birth ;of .their" I A, the attending granny, to produce; ) of*a solution In' which, the 'Stoves 'and ..Ranges

ft! children. They are a menace through quicker progression in her "boh NO plfFB.EN.OE i i: cattle must:be dipped andls,i as ,follows ; : :: .
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their direct inter. its -
t.irIgnorance1;; by A' child immediately after birth ; ,
erence ;with the laws of nature by was passed to and fro betweenthe Sodium carbonate (sal soda). 24 lt>'. e.- \ "
,often I their super- but the old woman ..... Heaters of alljsizes-; ,
Ir' neglect-and rungs of a,ladder White arsenic ...... .a: : 8 JDS.
>us foolishness, which In" extreme, refused: to" explain( what was to be The. rProof la Here the' Same ,As Pine tar-, ...i....._., .:....,: '1 gal. ) ,' J }
results In ,the practice' ',,of The the accomplished by ,the senseless per Everywhere. Water i..._._>._.....*..... 600 gals. IJ5L and Styles.- ,
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..mi'rites of voodooism. form.nce. '"L -I eat men of Florida and probably These are a .feW" of scores of recitals containing 30 gallons -of water boil '
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S of, every other Southern etate could taken from the notes of Flor- For,'those, who seek :relief1 ,from it 80 minutes lefUhis'' solution cool Wood burners fci
; reelto, Yrom their own experiences ida 'doctors, but the/serve to .illus- kidney backache, weak kidneys;,blad to"140' degrees then slowly' add the/ ", "
! :stories of ,horrlble- results ot mid. trate' the degree of ignorance that der ills, Doan's Kidney Pills offer hope pine -Pour-"the'Solution, into the '''Oilistoves
C"i'.7
wlfery;which''would suggest the tortures controls the activities of many women of relief and the proof..here.. in Kis dipping vat and add enough additional ,
; . of the dark age.. ..' who are- entrusted daily-.with:: that rimmed the ..me. 'as' everywhere. water to make 500 gallons of dipping ; : : ;',
The practice of these Ignorant worn't' most sacred possession-human life. Kissimmee "people ..have" used 0 Doan's solution.. .,; .
,supervision than this-In many instances and Kissimmee people 'recommend' 'Water" Cattle Plentifully Before
en, operating,without any More i e :
\ .of,legal, authority and 'eve. :with the the midwife, having: more or Jess sue.cessfully Doao'.. .the"kidney remedy Land in I. - Dipping.* p Complete line f" '1' :
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sanction of the 'state" is a ushered a new being into America for fifty years.; Why suffer t Handle. cattle. -' carefully-before' and NNaf1- : '
,menace .to-the mothermA the chUdo the world; continue to treat .the Why'' run .tile risk of' dangsrous kid after ", white .andienamel blue) I" : J !
't 'In oases the mother'.U(. ,would child's, ailments ''for the months., ''andyears ney ills_fatal Bright's disoiso. Here's The expense: ot'th8"dipplnC"' t'and v-t"* |P* 1 W "*T
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be' h tad hands of person of ot itsearly, infancy.: Kissimmee' proof. Investigate: pens has in'many instances precluded i WI.f'
'* .r 'o .r. f MteUlpnce than.In charge A few facts .from the, record., of ..a-j..W.' Campbell,,:, DillinghanV used thelarmer'from: this remedy and it, ,' l .war. ., ,"
I. for then there would the City Health' Department of Jack; Kissimmee/; says :;"I have Is" suggested that if.several, farmers < : : :' *" (' (, ; :>; ;
1ss interfennce'\withth\ ronvflle'have'' recently been published Doaa* Kidney:-.Pill. sand, know from were>to Join' in;the cost of pens and crockery.: -.l1'' 4':'" .
t ; (,Dr. Cf fc .Terry, personal,experience that the .. , . ::1? U .. ..
1'v b1" II alth Officer: : they are a dipping-vats, tobe'uaecI, Jointly, w . y' o "
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1 .-.ache.' IUeb a the necessity of an nmedy.OfIme.; ,i I 'aot.'tbem1.hom, outlay would be small the benefit - .
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.,.":.. j':, ; NOW" "COa >iti01.. of wrtemphaiUes rtiv* supervision "of.'midwife .::it *,be *>M a
Apprehension fatts'e dbe nliev.-f me of a lame and back 'and' the ., : .,j :
that' aching The details of the 'pen
and an probable GOOOS"a'
4;, hI I' ty; whit6'l Ii| ......... 'rd. .. in It i constructed STOfiEJWITHjTH: ; \:
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.. of na.tot rubstanWted byin HNnSSSafn! nudet."o .,.. -r' ". JdcInq con' manner which are ; ; > { ..
. + ; ,_ Soeh',apprehenefonto .. every'community ,J y ,$.j-r.; .tor'tomcbnial: ; "for.'this: article' /." r- ; ,. .-. '. ....;, \ ** ,: '
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tile 1 lporatlt ''that these ;.t! tat bupetta*, on: tide eradication ''I) t ,
to mt.emr dMthhof lays 'cliUdnII ,from lock MatLo' t.rornia will :bet:furnished .' < ;M' '1i' 1- ''
imMinable.tu1' monthS In Jackao>a.JI**alice jam sow .. fort "1u ; Ion application tothe' Bureau'of'Al* ',\\11.,1,8.\ iff\::
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;. ?h4" tot .. THE, KISSIMMEE "VALLEY' GAZETTE: i ' FRIDAY' 6ECegMas It, ItlIt

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it....+.... a oaooooeor T1U.A.Jt.yfay,. ***..Cat..*..flMJtttSHOTGUNS jachus. D'a. Co. L.. Ph.e.l TT.' and: >. I. '

i Apopka; Items' ,ft .
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i '. .,.. r \ attended.the;.annualonfexerence .....-...- .R... 248. t5
\(1; t i': I of the M. E., church. South, MB* .
,' :: SPECIALIZING which closed ite session in Tallahassee a '
|N. \ the first of'this'week, Birch Mountain Herb Tea 01\j J.. W. SIMPSON :s :

I.rABSTAACT; tir Ira Harod. has 'returned to, St. Petersburg Nothing
after a'visit' of a'week" very Has no Equal > DENTIST.

: ::z ( AND' pleasantly spent ,with .his brother, G, Good. r
; Just as Upstairs Id KatsBnlldLOrrtox
,, flared and wife. ne ed him
""f' 'uprea .. .
) .. ';\" TITLE WORK self,as being highly',pleased?,,'with. ..this. 'J,, : , .. :'HOURS f.1| l&S& :'' ; .
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a ".w. :,;: '" part of; the a4t.e. .. Better Aaa any teady-rniaVroedi- Telephone No..70 Jan
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.yf.' ,.1,5TATB. BANK BLDG.d "' .t'he'American Realty Co., of i Apop cines. It i. and I guaranteed
'''-': \ ka reportthe; sale of,a block of,Jour purer I
ee0eO+ 00000e00eeee lots,during the past week which will more'elective than anything .DR. W. W. CARSON ;4DENTIST'
be improved in known to the medical profession.
the near: future. #
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The outloak'for real estate,business Made at home in five)I minutes- ,

..O ..OOOOOOOOOOOO O.O.I' ih1./season Jh\ jrood. even by d ld.'fr' Purely,vegetable Office over Cole's Jewelry Btam "

THE W. ,t...,;,;Bard 6f Stanton purchased and contains!no alcohol)narcotics Office Hours: $-18 l-R, i

1 two 01'Anaroves, near:.here fast week of o oieon.Jfyoufare: ; erer Office phone 168 1'
through F. 11. Davis aAu
ManhattanHotel one was the Residence 28 It,

"I.t'l 1\ NY. wq you look at#t". ttte Autoloader Ia d'. Ernest Leibing'' place the other the Bronchitis or intact Gas administered for extraction: : of I IDR.ILS.GEIGER '
) ., Lovelace grove.
:! :, ,. ,f- :"' design.Kithe.t.d,1pm..tr 1 Itpea n.e> load i.at lDOCIena r dim:'... by '". Mrs' C, B.i partin ,continues on'*the .... any throat, x

r : Lt :;LierolyPrewingth.taigg.rItput.tha MOB&___,_. sick ,list,,:.but'her. many friends 'ate" lung, stomach, .
i Special Attention to it I 1 lHr4-eo.: ejoct the empty and slip ia tlie !!**] helL hoping, for her: speedy recovery. kidney or bladder ..A1rD B

the: Traveling Public I # ll .HTCII d.aunoei..boald.r-rid. J nifl.epoci of\ J Dr. Moo re'of',,Ohio-who Is opening trouble, get Citizens Bank;..Building

I ..__--r-- ; I 1 1t4 t t, . the tourist season here, expresses him' Kissimmee, Florida '
self yourself a can
; as highly with this
Just. across the square from. r of the state an ll..sed to Invest here of Birch Moun Phones: Office: 297 of 84

1 A..C. L DepotKISSIMMEE .utoloading primdft., you .,"*p forgvt:to naMe .onuu4 and, make ,this his winter home. II. tain Herb Tea Residence; 255. j ;14
< the fia.r.abodint.nt ofthat, pcine pl.-thKtmlnftonUMC become settler here I
;d" FLA. ; may a permanent at once .and if
1 Autoloading,Shotgun., as he contemplates1 'having other. '
," 4 __ friends from his home come here I you will start to
-n..-.a-, 1 ..L.R-.I.-lIMC Ww.n at \\ T.M
_. . : ,to..... I..n: ,.. w..t to de less ..._ an early date with a view of purchasing taking it regularly will begin ff,
., : -, -- S- - at Ik. ...... 11 ib._to some real estate here. you PHYSICIAN and SURGEON j ;
( R..i..twM a..itettlfArmeUalo to feel as if life was worth living ,*.
o.ooooooo.o.o.t.o.oo.oo. Howard Smith H. H. Witherington Offloe over Osoeola Pharmacy
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". -.t-.. ...I.to.. M.ts 'lie S)Cartridg' # *, c.,!i I and I. N.,:Jackson 'went'down in the and in a very short time you-will i Residence Urrr t:

,M. TILLER xrf. !I ? N..Y.rk) 1 1J. Wekiwa river swamp last Tuesday see a wonderful change in your Psoxsel I Olioe 14+ ,

and returned with a very 'fine buck condition. It is lust as effective in 8'I

rp : Real Estate Agency -.-....,.. __ 1 j that was shot t; by Mr. Smith. It severe cases: of Catarrh, La Grippe, -

r ',,1. .............._-_, .._...................... t dered by her husband In''he war be seems see to hunters be a very returning common with occurrenceto a fine Whooping Cough, Colds, Coughs VV: u wiNNPHYSICIAN: ;

4 ..' tween the states. These iaters have deer. _and Night-Sweats. Our guaranteegoes
II Smithville Ii .or ;wild turkey these days. '
Realty bought and sold. been for some time living together nd
dependent on their own living for' A. A. dark of Eastern PennsyK with every can and if it does Office 2nd Floor WUlson BoOdiag.RjanDBMca .'' .
/, Houses rented. vania_is the, guest here of Mr. and will
druggist
benefit
not ;your
their'maintenance and when nothing you Paean tt Tiaaiiiii", 0,
: 'Taxes paid and 'Titles'veiifled Mrs.;, Win. Gage and will-- \
perhaps
I Hex has recently been on a visit to else offers ,they gather U&htwoodkflots spend the entire winter in refund you your money. Omoa Prone 1/7. ri aia*;
for non-residents and to Kissimmee to sell, Apopka.
that thriving little community. Orange carry The State Bank of Apopka has beenthoroughly BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO,
Fire, Life and Accident- Center. But a few' years ago and ready customers are always retouched with the r.a.Vans aOMmW w.B.OSa
; surance.. Mr. Jack Keen secured a homestead found and they' succeed in, makinga brush weilded J.: paint.er's aBuffalo, N:.y., U.S.A.
r by F.Briggt
in that 'community, and 'was the pioneer rellpeetable.livln& by this and othe Bold,bye El..lmmee Z> C*. Kissimmee.1 TANS AGNEW CRAWrORZATlCRhEYSATLAW i
Bonds. rag
r i 'Indemnity. who seems to, somewhat; of an artist .. . ,
; ", '' honest and still here able- '
', comer. Ere' many: months had .means, \ are "
" e when it e'omes.towork of that 11ort ..' '
passed .others found the desirable Jo- bodied men shufflingaround ou r kind: The bank is finished inside.with J --."
cation 'and 'now from. the depot to street corners unable to find a,job.. 'h
curly piae veneer and the touches of i BaOdlat'ECisslmmee
Weather conditions are-still Offloa M W ClUitot Dank ,
Jack's quite a sprinkling of dwellings somewhat the brush bring out the beauty of the +
; ; can be seen. Keen according to his dry but warm and pleasant. I t wood In all its attractiveness.: The . wCitrus .

SAL BULLOCK universal custom, established an or- must have been somewhat amusing to work'atracts the attention of all who .

ange grove and a,anumber flourishing our northern tourists to see our nativ have'.occasion to enter the building. andOmamental' D. GEIGER.
and bearing tree decorate the population enveloped in heavy overcoats H.,
,, One of' the Unne".. employed i in
plantation. Our busines was strictly with the thermometer at 42 degrees ,
roofing"the Central Hotel whileattempting
new i
.t.REAL'ESTAtE business' but ,we were very pleasantly which was about its lowest. during to descend from the third Trees ATTORNEY-AT'LAW'OMci ri
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1 entertainedduring our stay. the cold season. There is no .
to the second floor of the building .
on :
INSURANC1 Leaving Kissimmee. 2'p., m., and serious Indication of, any aerious'ln.Jury a.ladder, the'stairway not having beenput ===:I State Bank Building 1\ I
returning by the 9 a. m. train next to thegrowingicrops, , either y KlAIta.... Florida,
in at the time, received 'a severe' Hecllr; S hntbs aDd Flower I *
drought cold, and the natural i
morning. Orange Center is about or fall from
the. of the,ladder to the
top -
[ amIAatlon of'Titles a nine miles from the city, and there growler is the only one finding faul. floor below. lie had started do tAttorney&t

, .. .. are two stations on the road between with our present conditions., the ladder when it slipped at the w'Landscape Gardening QEO. F. PARKER,
it and the burg. It lI.a short line, Some Iowa people have recently throwing him.on the floor with such IJ: 11
;, 'a.> Specialty.Corrsoondence .', extending to Apopka, and stations been,to Smithville examining Quarter force as ,to render, him, unconscious > J, Sckaarr 4: Ce..Iactki4tSeWnaJer -L.aw. *? "
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i Solicited. appear the every rapidity few'With miles.which If any this proofof sec rnith'section domicile jiirecUy.. They opposite have carefully the Joe! men He was and picked:carried up,by to his the fellow physician'soffice. work, ( U. S.; C. receemesJ) Collections and Coaveyanciaf: ",

Lion is Increasing necessary a examined the land'and investigated the 'where examination revealed ,UmJ S.dphur.M kun for Specialties.
4 5. trip on one of these short lines would condition of things ,in the burg and the fact that only. severe bruises' and J 112 K BroadwayfF.

convince the moat'skepticaL have decided to take the land and are profuse bleeding at the nose was Flowers, Etc.& Spray pumps, .

It Is admitted that there are Spar about to return home.and make preparations about the extent Of the injury as both hand and.truck. ( KRIBBtiATTOKNET -
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I b. W.G ties in different communities that aredissatisaed coming. 'There areseveral luckily no bones were broken and he t tH ,
.i with land that, they have families.:connected: with this will be able to be out again in a short AT LAW .. Kiaanuin, Fu.l
purchased and desire to secure from venture.: Just pause a moment. Mr time. Edmund Swabey At '

f { Staple I and FancyGROCERIES the land companies damages, for theidieappointmntL.but.tkosa.wbo.Lar Editor, and help us watch:Smithvill, S The bargain sale put on last Satur Examination of titles a Special.:: '
4 __ grow We have room enough forlarge"'sty a day by, Wt Eldredge attracted quiteacrowd 'Residence 9 Orlando A... Notification and payment of taxes levnoareeidenta
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& th tiargywtU.5nd. .determination without Intruding on, KIs and a nice business wai' S O. ,given carefulJ
a very ;
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.1 ,.,, ) te>ueeeed,will 1 overcom..aU..dlt1ieul... .eimmee and we until intend to gn>wangrow d enjoyedby the, firm 'and customer :: n.. ''' .. ./: '-f.r: I ':'!r..'.. ittptloa.PatJosnttoxr !! .. -J. : ".
and'grow notice'la "
; ties and'make-a.suec.ss.of->what.-ap.. taken of-out:' Increased proper population.' carried-a".r, bargains: as""they!!, left.. .. -
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to them absolute 'ruin.;; As the store.. "** '*"'"* 1
pears a G, PZ. ,
f We would notify ye widows that w S Iv
9df general rule i the dissatisfied The Christmas spirit begins ,to
ones are i p
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M.yt Ycr ftI those who have failed ,in pvfrys.nterprise have four old bachelors, in 'this.coun, ; ; vail and the crack of the JOHNSTON,* ;GARRETT. ,.. r, '
without r'J lr : "
undertaketVftttThey.come here try dogs. or the, bursting of the skyrocket W 1 .tayE at Lsw"n :
I Itf 'a1... y Q.,.s q'te' ;iMrs.; Smith's chicken* village' is stll ; l yjornpso Dffices 10\; 11 & 12 ( '*.*. rt\ si ,
heard
I calculating to retrieve their lost frequently with .. ,
UIt a'llllllJ"! >> : mingled .... :
. jl 't, . Ares -11 ::
. t..U } .;>4 ..... ........ .1 the main attractive object in this lo '''' "
of and
and Daughter, the small }
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tig*, #s, beretofgret5not; finding a cality. The boys girls Citizen Bank t +'Bldr ,
living thrust upon them go wjiimperr; Democratic'rooster be who always rejoice at .the advent of: 'FUNERAL DIRECTOR Klaalmm"; Fioridatl.j3"* 'M,G
the,
ing autocrat of this
: ,, -m'h': .. Ing aboutccndemnthg the land com noted resort Yuletide.' What'a blessing that, the
li ", ''' dill ;i panics, the land, the ,climate,' and everything for fowldom his majestic appearanceappears children can grow' up, carefree sand andLICENSED (Lon'a'ru..y f -
ghee .
What.is.Aha ea..laetweea ?. connected herewlth} : Inmost to overawe. The dreaded enjoy the pleasures and the .. i r rtorv wa.aewPMedd. ,
: ia : ., ,;, hawk heat.nor cold : sports o..a. ..f. '.....Of tINt .
pasture ahd'.urakopTAtr. has Influencewith
these ',parties would any festivities of Christmas times ,without EMBALMER .R a.c-..'i' Crka.a.J. t't ,
(, 't /1 energettcAll ' him. His appetite is tremendoully the that characterizes t
strive to eause the land worry the ASSEY & yt '
i ,.nt,.4 pa ,, to.firing; forth,It*,,|ncresse they wouldbe undisputed large.and his absolute controlis lives 'of so many who have reached f ARLOW.
lat sso found .among us ,with pleasant more advanced 'years., Let the children ! 9 .. ". lA"n'OlUI'EYIi AND CbQIB- 'II'\1.1 'J
countenances, well} ,'satisfied with t> Hunters paradise has beaux; enough be happy ,while .they can as their Store and Chapel,Stewart Ave. TL WPraetIoe .- "" '
to fill ,
a I pretty ,large with later
present andfuture chances, cares :
: Ie
all the
belles are, not; so numerous. Ooarta of the Seat. ... et
We have just such'people on. U"YVVRII": : the Ualt.e4 8'u." .. r ..11rifle .
PIARID
luk among Mr.,: Todd, our near neighbor Is a ;
The name-and fame of 'Apopka 1 is oorrr.b.W Is ht.es.t. "
the Crackers.: Some find fault with heart-wh le, bachelor, keeping, houso TT.

every conditidn.individuals. in 'JLf.wPoor, pov by himself., This gentleman has 'atlnG'oran&e and being people spread are abroad coming al, here never from before all case anon Bg.oo... Ozws o.n n
erty-strickea who always
are grove connected, with hi e parts of the United States to find the ,.
looking forward for something "
plantation, owns other property (in the '
(ideal climate and productive lands '
to , their?.advantage, never vicinity and appears to be genial re that have ANDREYo'JOJNSON'} :
once.thinking/ that necessity exists fined and .well .educated they so eagerly sought for IUii'G RAYSTONEa

: for action on.their part,..but they just. ,Our. nearest neighbor,person., Mr. Ordashas. so long. :There is scarcely a mail that ArroRNEr!: .oAND COUNSELLOR: AT LIp" 0:'
does not
bring letters of inquiry
concerning
_.. sit and wait instead of moving forwardand Will
w ,, two children?his place being next this far-famed location Practice in all Courts.
,-' ,trying,to; do something to m.ketllin&a to., the Jos., N. Smith land. Close by constantlynew comers 'are' droppingoff an j I ; -': to IJem kt State and Federal ,
reins
-, .. turn up- .,These/ people are Is Mr' Morgan, witty'six children. Mr
;. .u ar4'I ,. ,..C.., worse,than poverty-stricken, they" I here to' see themselves what New and gSsasay Bl'OadWV'-
: are Jones Is ,likewise close at hand., aid aeeou, ., fcutomo.
+., de 1 to, sea., + Pre,, hoer,-worthies,.and.no account. ,Then I With ,the "price of we have,, and after a thorough' InvestIgation , biles sale from 'J100' tI KlanBlataMURKY .
., iPret Ja Just4be.dame{ present eggs a the unanimous verdict I is i 1000. at Oraystone Oarac
t: + ; T.a wehave another, class. of ?,Crackers few fowls will nearly keep up a tam 'j It .Basaar. S...KING '
;.f' '
''I that
; "Apopka has natural advantages .
more
a .'" M !k ij 1nl tU ads : who are energetic industrious,, ,full it y. Miss Smith secures: aIncome I I ;c .
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offer rlGtalMlnL I. niTU .
to to the tourist or thehomeseeker p. ARCHITECT1It.1:
of vim and : { '
,, rcgul.rprosperity :proucer& M about two dollars per ,week from I:
) , than any other place to be I'Mt"lKM' +*+ >+ t., 11 li 1
.' A In the morning they;are( U n this source. s.The ", found in the state when the cost of.thinvestment Sol 4.5+4 Orlando;, FlerUs.,
betimes labor intellieentlv 18
and Smithville Room
nn ,
L people'of e'are orosn .
',' Its .Sheep' on the, range ttasipgly; ,antf .at night,Jie,down 'in-a: rousi for the simple 'reason it hat- ia considered., to acquire" There home..a re'or.hun a : '' Watkins Block, iy: ';
Condition to >enjoy a good nl{ ht'. they do that which creates prosperity;I reds C K. d0i. : ,
of ideal .. .
land
V; acres.o( lying on Thrasher
And"on the dill ,
: sleep ,
NJ : tops, knowing that nature is, working and nene, in this, vicinity have; an y all sides ,
that
Apopka would make }
for. them while they well- .., H. ,JENKINS,, r f,
enjov excusefor, in Th
"Shaftn 'ai; : poverty its'&eneral :
the Wealthy, verdant and .
profitable
/ pastures .
; <\<*rned night's repose.- Those, latterare sense. .. '. r groves SHEET METAL WORKER >

But here, its ''.A1ujt k Chops the 'men who; rive our'country a "This ,article ,has extended: beyonc d farm.lands from $10 that to $25 can per now acre be and boughtat -with Steel Cellini* a,.Spedalt/=4': ;S SURVEYOR -- ,''I;*"'1' .
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rood name and the sight' ,of their Its usual length) so- wishing ..success little labor and ':r
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a clearing I I fencing -, Fraternity
\ -'' n" prosperity gives. assurance. \o; the to the Valley. Gazette and its editor, could be readily,eonverted into.magnificent , Hall Kisslmmaa,,'r"."':; l 81

'r4 If, you 'shcuW: lII< ''for ""Sheep1 omese ker.. will close ,_',REX. farms and groves that-wool d P. O. 'Box 6116 11t1..im.'FIa' "

Mr. Bob Savage, wife and( baby' passd -. : sell at frem $100 to perhaps $500 per r>R.A.. J.,HICKS'' .'. 'i
ri 1.11 s" w wotiH be apt Ibt.t. "! 'through Smithville on Saturday. 10. UTi'O.ABO.ABT8' acre. The; same. I conditions exist. -in n"-T *V slSurjton''

t slnil Ajlifor.' Mutton! clipYetti''wilf'fi Mr..and Mrs. Smith were in your city ' ,II' .BH40TJS OS COSTIVE the town itself. City, lots" 'can be , ., ,, 'and, : tn'j M
>>
l \ purchasing home supplies and Rex ? bought at ) j
prices ranging from-$50 up i
: '' ;i4 .them .ntce= 'flr"e ) :" v..1IIt doing the honors. Bob stopped ,. ,04\\ ,r'' /srwrt+elYi r' to $600 according to''location 'that 'THlrOLDRELIABLKPlumbing: : s"'te' Olftce Phon.. ", '
_ Bank .
: and came in and his wife sent ''o..I i..... h. ltt.m&OIe '. BleLt 4' Office *
f '. t. .. us lek .a car ,. within the.next: few. yeare.wJIl be sellIn 4.1-Ree. 401 :.
; 4'11. rr..." "fjB: L." ''ft.1'Y ''' **>rd to rime oct 'and 'see her baby. .Blugflleh' LIVefaM. (BoWs-They/' , ? at jfrom.%$600 "to ,$2, oa per lot. t 1 i TIV SMeet t.
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''1. We found on going to the wagon a work whlle"you .I..p. The opportunity is. here to make quick ,, ,
rH wholesome fine looking, little cherub returnson'' the,' investment and the to"OO. .o. .. .i'lOi..l". ,

e .. Vho: welcomed vs with smile.' ASr it .c it,9t\ : .., j off new comer Is galcka.perceive It and Iron, .and MCfalShop{ .
# lt it:1' : : *" about ooe-half )hour's conversation; I ,Porred,,.onn..lJa4 Taiti. ladlgee'' grasp the opportunity make, goodnoney '. .,' I, . Dann & '6'1:: 4: :
they wended. their '' lion Sallow Skin/ and UlaetaMe Headaches -' ,, .;
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-' RUILBASS'.,MARKET way towarda'your *4 ut of 'a comparatively entail \( J. ; ,
itv. come from a torpid I liver and, j
.dd '
Investment..bNOI.tewnIn< the state .1'q .i!s lJ't'.H t / f ,
a"" '
We told elogged. bowels, 'whlont r.pause,, .]9Brsitemacb.3t -
t ;met an acquaintance in has greater'possibilities before it to- Headquarters for aliup-to-dale'San"

ORDIA BASS Manager ;ovn who .sleetsa t{ "a rendezvous;for. ..fcKxJU-whjcb' beoetmeJa11o4ywiW, goptrai4!! ,fermentsUfc "Rndtraraste4 day than,, Apopka. ,, the. .. city, with a Itary .PUmbing*Supplies.. ,We.;. handle ocreir3riaCom PLR!
.. t Tf3ntsifc{ boo 'Ivt" tern pensioners on Wednesday n'ext.; \ ; fptgra- 0 isJohn' -,:**' : ;, nothing in the bath room linen h. ,,
< a r ..., *. ., .. except r' . '
It . s'd acouaintance to --constitute: a .. ag AR a awftl bsrreJUh I That's. .....,, I \_' ' ,,, .J \" fixtures :.that;carry, the, Green.Lable, ;O'i';; JI.' iIItJr'' '
\ hlrd., I laarltl >Ikw, .staitltpnualW4, Ad.ay. tndNrasWSni,1w71ws t -- iUid.By'
I where the"proverbial killing of D.' condition Is'j'ilittidwdree which ,insures the..very best, -ut .[, bd '
: 1
? : .A.i. two .blydrWith".one'stone..was: in, ba .ee.,iNW tbragi iems. f fr co quality I 0 peRt.-the t oi .
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J ... i "i ,6 fr4irafi nlegia4 AeasM enyrlge..tru.t.., than we had figured. His' Income' is We-iemployiynone >but. >the J beat' Ine- Ceaneat tr :
changed. three Without '
chanics .
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making and
to/ install
'. horrible, and really $30,000,000 a year, not $50,000- our plumbing.irL ., Se1Ia'th crashes! Nof. '
'. nauseating. A Cas ati
farnts: public
''Xill explain that. < '
,' ; at 1to-"nwJlII.. .. 000. ,:, : -:: ftt ; '* : connection'1' "With' our I .An. 'aGrncer vl
'I ; "ndozY-ouit. mentioned are to find / ontt7aan r tl9attea ( : plain! Dsbopfwehave g Howes '" Kiaii
); :: iJ '.4hrfur; a.y : 'three 'vart'cff' who by.'acts, passed by bowels a thor Mn<|,* .aoalsg. and .. ,_. :.1. , '.. ... ... 's. ;complete''up-to-date " I\I..:

J'; n b'i' th last legislature, ate entitled 'ttpensIon. atraJgl 'esHyouiprttor,raooJwfclb; ) ,..- ..'.. ,. '. ' ... Tin Shop, in'which we make anything o'o 0 'ot: .H .'1 'o'o ...7
work while sleep ,ro ent rr-. -t< In the Sheet 'line ', '
'Thy |vor*' Alf, ha 'the' lam' you -a a!/ ;Metal to order;;: Our ; .
'' f"!( :; J.'H'. ff'JNti.: : \. ., .on">:u'viand .rre. Mil ,designate them tfo Ia your, dtusdtstr+ { Uf99 ': w' A. 'E.. E'w: :' ;'zia I '" : specialties /.are. ,Btow'; Pipe,"Artistic( .;,

,. ; ', . .. I..... j\\ as' X,.'i ant) Z. Y and Jt mafa 'th" {>Mt;" ,,q ,..QWI'CIfAtft'' pt urhrJ, i&j k . ,.,. # t, .j 4A i{ Metal Cellnursc'IR/ oJihc; ;Guttering, , I . 'b" '
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,,! & ,HJ. ,.r.;"'.(.Jl1 Bra veccasnrypinaf.t! refalre. ,
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111:8 y carry dv
make for 1t l
proof Z, and Z and X "jti : Zi1
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IOi r ;'e. ... ... ::r: "' I I I'\ ,. )(.'. i ud ',JJriJmt; "laCC : i
;, ..... .tJ 'tp' Itt;anpHration! for r*nsion and! 1 y F.atGs'prbtty: \ ps'sho'.traa"fifgr \4. 'fL: :
,;'""Y.:,,.,','tnt''r"! j'... ....<'!ttt\1'O"\ ...,,,...'.... l .ha.lag'alityMoL.dho..pboaoediug..eaalwt1io .')'ur..g'Q; ;, :1'hJ.< i.:'the:first;rlstriqeld'age : on "-lortrtioll !' j J mete, ; .. ..., ;S" n

J.,0.. .<1. a. !;..... ,;.. *M3t: ...fti ", : ntPltlonrd." n .. Chauncy p.o'Jshows' ....Dotrott... ) : ::OF RENTING \ ;'- <; ;': I il. .. r J'II t _
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a t ( .l. ; > ( )'J it
i ''r..jVlJ1i: thntl\.y:, hash been: ...... .. t ti houses. AND. ROOMS; rr .).'1'" ,.. .
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t : :? f' t J ladies 1 ;j' '' tr. s'9"j' '' l.l.r" Sogproadwtyt J' ": \t1 f\ :, (, V *'

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e 'i is.that' BETWEEN loj || .* CABS PBS '' ,E ... ... .. ," "
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ON Graves' Hear e, Stoi'e' .AND MOVEMENT 'T.-aJ.S'. '', ; _
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l'".'..... "..VeB, more"f i'. d.. I' \i.. .n, '" ly(t'V ;
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Jo' ( ", f" ).y..p .: CITRUS SHIPMENTSCars ;t
\ FLORIDA
F -' _, $than, any 'store of the.J: kaW .moved, last waekv.*...:..'*!, ,L.AN.ws' e
; ,,' ? t- Cars moved./week before lasti. ,994. I :
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Oaceola: : Total cars moved to last "

_, 1 Countyour' Saturday __.______..__.,.-,1,068

(I ** '. -.. :Jacksonville: }' FlaT:, ". Dec.; 12.The A;4" I :Have'Them'?,I, ,for 'Sale in, Any Size Body'

last week .
citrus fruit\movement,, was
trading* there---uiher"e: over OOO.'can and In spite of ,the I From :Ten Acres 'to vOne Hundred
''
talk of abutting down packing: housesand ,
:it is apprec, t.ed' others running,with half force the -
A
citrus fruit crop has been moving-out Thousand Acres : .
i of the'state at the rate of *60 to 200 t .

:'Be Sun, ,to.Seejthe!;,New' (Line, ofurrlitureagnd\ .care This dally week says the The movement Packer wee: .'heavyand ; :: : .,) 'Atetter': Addressed to Me' Will Bfirig a' t, .. ..

U* ful Christmas present* at the Store. next week the movement will be I IItill. ''

. '. . -- : -: . market. heavier for''' the asj fruit holdiay to consumption reach the V V ':Full. Description ,and Terms; of Sale'l

e* ** '**' *' ** .* . . . < must, be'shipped by, December 20. '11 ). ?
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Cooler weather at the beginning of ..
this week has acted as a tonic to all '

, \ growers and shippers so' that many D. G. McKAY
..tt.o.ooooOtO OtOOO An.of citrus i fruit will leave' under ,"f. '

oo"Ot.o.oo oo..oooooooG ventilation as well as under refrigera I ,' f". 1., 1
e'rdNE: G.A.EN: : "i9 tion.. A large percentage of the cars ,;',,'IIJ..\ '; .; ;& "

\ shipped under by the refrigeration large distributors as they are re KISSIMMEE .. I ,: ':' .t. :FLORIDA ;

; | Rails Ave sad Dakoa SL,'KU.imiaee, FU.r alize moving that the warm weather throughout ,. '.: ,<

Now have ready for setting out the state for the past month has ulK-u
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put the fruit in a very soft and tender
Plants
SbaVrberry .Eggplant "
Plants. t r1 condition and Is not' carying well. I ;
[.1> Cauiflower' w BelIPepper"PJants' Their experience this year as well as ,aT .
', :Tomato Plant i years previous show that owing to the Scum f.e
/ ,- existing conditions fruit must be iced .
And will aoon nav. cdenr and all kinds'of vegetable plants insure satisfactory condition on I

that grow best in this country, by.,100 or lOOO..il* to arrival In a the northern markets'which Each" -Pape-e ; '

Enquire'-of' NICK ROGERO,.'Supt.' means,more money for the fruit and 'gralna .
: '
misery
more money in the pockets of'the "

** growers. Last year, up January '
Time it!
there waspracticl.lly not a car of citrus
. fruit shipped out of the state that ach distress
heartburn,
did not show'a large percentage of decay
Or(A. ,CARSON, President -e( ,N. C. BRYANSecretary.TfoeWaters and up to that time there had gas food, add,.or el, b '
been no cold weather but the wet and .no ,, world.'I
humid conditions of' the grove had breath or t
.
& ;:Caropth'oeery : softened the fruit' to' such an extent Pape's ', ,
d 10'
: pe
; that it,was almost impossible to pick It Is the ... ;
and pack the fruit and ship it to any \
edy'In the
market without a heavy loss by decay Is harmless. ; : -

Company The existing weather conditions have trouble ; .,., d
been much the same :only' there ha* /
: not been so much rain", The weather fifty-cent .i

'.v c.,;, '11>.. "i. .it,''! ': i has been warm' and fruit is requiringparticular eve from minute apy I"I"'J'

t... '- care in picking and packing fer.from | .
;1: and it il'only' the fruit that has been : \
and
Wholesale Retail Dealers laK stomach
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mndled.and packed most carefully surestfsnd '
that is reaching' northern market' )
doctor'In' the ,Nr
'- GRd.dEA i'ES In anything like.* fair condition. 'The
; fruit that has been roughly and care-
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;: essly old way packed is at and the present thrown time around reacting any. 'Y'Yi.fi; Yi !Ii !Ii Yi Yi.Yi Yi !filililili! ! !fi'fifi! ! i I I/' ;
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. the northern markets showing *
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***** .* *>**.:* decay of from 25 to 35 per'ee11! ,
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** -: The t shipment"of'lettnce TroM .
WE BELL| ..* WE' BUTT 4, the .state last week.,.was 86 cars,' eight : ,JJI
IlAYl'OM :s.y .. i. tars'of mfred Vegetables. which'moved ,
;";' r .' HIDES ':I. toast! '' ,
: \ Ab West! ;and VCentFlorldA nl '. "
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G1UoDl,1't... t. Pot'tli.tro: ."ti1e'differentvegetablj =-- ,.- !'I' .. ... ..... ..r..1. IMrL-, 110 '. ", ..Il\.. <:.I. .." '..' '----I'f'': .. FURS sections of the state Indicate ./ '. ., 'I l _..".0:... ... ... .. ''Jo.\ }1', \ "No f> rX i .. .'.. " "t
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Ji ., . ,. ."'r'WOOL,, -'to., ' !Uh.4 1 nt time K .f.. t, t .". t.t. (. ,". l'. .". ".,:
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JI. 11. J. 1f8LB ,.;, ,.T.. ""." '.. ",.,'p ,. , Store -Has KeptitkeJAppreciates i t ;:(
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'I q ->.", -..- ." ; .. '... .._. ":. ,"f'j-' '. .!!'"; '' .1. p. '' !!Ii ;,'," "" .\ . .. ... ; : ", ,;#.." .I. $
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ut.cmORANGEiIBOZESI', ; ., 0. '. ''. . I. DOES CHILD i Ol LABOR : = : 'Pace O'of KWi inmee,\ jiQ' V> <

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'./ : . ALL L \ : ., "YI ,
ORANGE,'. WRAPS.CRATES. .. ?.I '40'\1. ;tJ > y"x ,

$ !: o 't70UNTRYt '. .1 CREATE. POVERTY .i x ,the' 'LibdralPatronajge'We t "rJ.. 1...*

I ." a t .e' . i iM v :' *Ka" \
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'J PRODUCE. : 1 'j '
NAILS !Ii
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CRATE, Have Enjoyed ot'3
. '. OVER A MILLION CHILDREN ARE : ; . i "
1. . 000 ... ......... f.t, .:. \ I
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.... ... . .. WORKING AT DIFFERENT : : ,!' \ ot.;, ..:\ ; 'V
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.' its PeopledI
,; .- A TRADES IN, AMERICA., . From :
and garden seeds of all kinds.WarUe x . ,," ). '
Wa sell Beld ./ !Ii'
j. attention to fitting out hunting and ca..iag parties.. pc 1 t the.PastYear .. '
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special x! I ; ;
: During Ii'. ,
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child labor .
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? 'Fr.< tlen..,, la city Ualt.Pboa. No. H. Does f create 'poverty 7 n >
We are eoaat afnUTfor good fertRisers.. Ask ui'far'etrea4rj.al.x'pr1 Dr.' A. J. McKelway,. of Virginia...!Ii . -, :. ,' .. : , ' <*,
/ discusses this question in the cast;,,Ie ,' 1,, ., ,,. .. ..1
en fertUisera. V ;;;n'. A . 'W- .!'t
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Child .Labor- Bulletin and concludes ,". "
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fi J. that child J labor reduces the wages ttl ;;;n "" I ;;,,:;.. ,,''/ '' l. 'J' "\" "" .12'... .
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adults.' He 'cites .figures concerningthe ; "
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of :32,4091 :operatives in. 1Yi.
wages .,
v Southern cotton mills; ,and !Ii ". '.\ ,1'' D : : ,r" <../ "," I' :..., ..'\\.' '
says ; 'OUUHOOUO'otOo-o. . ".. W' "the of '
wages the adult are measured "' .
( +!it . , .r"Ii!
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by the that will. the
wages satisfy;
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child-worker for his" parents.The !Ii 'i'. : ;' !Ii.

'HoIiday J BargaJnsv for manufacturer equal work believes and it in is'equal a' very pay Ie x';;;n ,, We", a ibish.youia.J ,.:... ', < ',- ,; \ .. \.;...,\.,,i . .,.,t..!Ii ;, A-.

profttabJe.doetrlno..ln: % ., \f"II.!
Y : keeping down ' ." 1'', ...
' : the i wage scale."' -"', j ffiSfi .. V: .. 4 "
,. (The article was called forth by certain ,1 >

), ,"'.- .' ? Fa.-eoo acr' .or .plendldland located''about" six tullesfrom F,' Stratton.:-rtatements the.made"Outlook"by Mr..of George Sep x c, ' BRIGHT AND MERRY.J !, ,''" ;, : ;;" ,; : .. >i > "'

I " few u-i..inm: Itk B. ,u mile from\meetlngsara-he1d.splendid .obool> w her.In,sunday an excellent'cool n.lghbor.church 'tember. 20th concerning the indiffer Yi ., .'" . . .,' ,.. . '." '!Ii' 'MYi ''
.Trloa and Chrlel.Ia" Kni.&Vo orange tree1! '%" -of thl. tract I. magnificentthick'growth ence.of the child labor reformers to the ', TI i '
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'No d. .urrotnded b*'" of fine grasces. affording magnincent pai.. poverty of parents. ,Dr.; ,McKelway ,: ..J . 1. CHRISTMAS ., ,,..". ,, ; '' .J ; ,.II..!. . ,>
,
tan4wltha v. : """t" > ,
/ cattle are taken .from.thl* pasture ,
"." every. 'arln the year. Beef except what tbe,.'g.th.r from the every. believes that if a million children un-i Yi , ', .,' "I". .
feed paturs.enced
/n.lhe.ar without)like any, about 100 acre being with woven wire der sixteen could be taken out of'In,, .' .' '. :( .I' ; : ; "
lands wont on a 100 acre. orange land no Improvement. In. th.'w.y dustry In the United States it would i Yi , . ., . !Ii +
"Ir. ..-fenced. about make a fortune growing stock and citrus lead in J 1'1 : :
c.n 'anlncrea.e.In, the, of Ie
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" .*. hHelt"b: 'built man 'on corner of thl. tract of land In the near future , wages ;;;n .' j/lnrfiB'. ... ,, .1! ,x." ...!Ii #
adults "This is ,. 3
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wn deals strictly In the_. orangeIndustry, has eome' finear0ves clearly; recognised! .1 '. .. !.''f, .... y ,, .\ ,.. ,. 1\1'\>$"r" ,b, ,
by a ma't'who for stock enterpr'' Tl||. tract ot land can D-naj by the employers labor that it'la: ,&. ; "1" ,. '< .. .!
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,\. andlc1o..nl ..care.;.,.. An favorable term.rot',"paym'. ..nt''" Full' .particular,., to difficult'to find any of!: the,'commer.?, !Ii' )" :. ....t'1I:"M'. '; L ' I"'" ; '.",!
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ae,, .a.bart.partlea. f' cial organs'- that is not, instinctively .. t'',, .' ," NEW YEAR : : : }, >,:" .,.,;!.:. ,\ '., "f. .. x';
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''. !Ii a HAPPY ," '
." ..'r".t' 'G"Tbl. orarty t 'located'' out iu.' milesF opposed to.child labor>reform on?the ',. , ,\ ; : .; + !! ,J:
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beln gom Splendid hammock' on this .
land there uUepoflteetricting .. .
srna, This fc pin. and oak fenced and ero.a.fenoed, rich dark grayish re ,child laborgDr, Yi V i +
..' 10 hares excellent in cultivation dark chocolate subsoil, In wigs place within ten .toche. MeKelway quotes a statement-.made Ii ,o.... to o.ooooooooo.oo., .. !fili
I With all About dacres orange grove with .a few "
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Hugh F.rayne, the 1 Federation
the"a top..rape of"the u.,.S'JouBa.' .oreh..01" "will of)good;water,, rootditaDles,Born b nFl of Labor, :and formerly of; the *$
tour''ar.- room jv IWO pD 01 land In thfs property. Pr/c. Pennsylvania Labor' Department,
-.. ...hd.psYment eta t. TAU acres Ui exceedingly, . .cb.aP.,.' ".! ., concerning th ;"littJ.ebap picking out :
a of ,ommerclal: grove.' slate'' in' a i coal breaker' helping ; '
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Wi.' 8.,\ .rle KUslroinee.Dale J7rIolendld land, four room bou... good well of pure : Frayne.ayaV"Oneof: : the objectionsmade HARDWARE CO. 9

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.. .110ft. aka pounlty,. >. This; .and'i.' owned ,bytCleveland' '.man who say.ell.' ..-' in, the .coal mines of,'. Pennsylvania, : !
.. ge sa r(<. to.t ri. .na, Ira (his, properqi ...... several-years ago was< the) cry ,that !Ii .. .t.. ) *! "
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.pry'', )f.., j sake; ,1"1oarl.,. u mileextehdi.g to the county road on'the from the' earnings'' of the boybut !Ii. : :Our Toy Department >' . .' .:
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+ divided n2 of fix rooms .with two porches-good_.. Today the condition 'of the averalr4lmJner' (." .."" ,. .' If ' ,
', balance..... o0Hb.tb., *t properw.to n.h.d, eta t lfaUBl. 1st .urrouDde .Hw V. family is far better.than;formerly , ... t'",'\.. 'il >" *, Affords Presents, for, ;' y"; ,.,"" ..' ,1..1;,:. 'l.. A:"'
". ..r pay paU;: p.: Both vIew. .of the Jak..rov.. 8.v.n oe N hdelehut ,whe :nthe'Oungaters';: worked !Ii '.. " '. ;: ', ,. {' :,
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'.nd wore Aunt !' a.lchbor1loo l, ales Wltbi" to the breakers ... ? / the'Children. ; ,:\,1., i.. .-/1/ ,. ;' ,
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t'( It will I pay to come' fifty miles to attend' this sale and buy Dry Goods enough to last for a whole I *

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year:' THIS CUT PRICE; : SALE,.ONLY LASTS UNTIL DECEMBER 27TH, 1913.. .
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Women why men totally unftt'for shop keep.. ing away for perishable supplies.with kets .in Florida municipalities will do gow News.. All who,know his'...-
: : *, Some Reasons Why ing were allowed to complain if women :! free gift postscripts. Really how much to right the unfortunate and Intolerable Burgh Eleven will remember tM
object to being "held up" simplyto could one adore a couple of women condition.
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' eulogy of Joseph Thompson the b.. _
< * //v' 'Patronize the Mail Order Houses help maintain incompetent persons after. they had, refused to take *"e Therefore, every Florida household riesahire Scot, who did pioneerof week
who could do nothing else, so tried supplies ordered in. a December delivery head and housewife should appoint .the Livingstone kind in.Africa. It
toJJiS keeping: store.Sometimes when the woman who was managing himself a committee of one to boost Is a fine pen picture of a dew. -

TO \,. ',\1'<.' storekeepers have arguments the club order that month only the market propositionFlorida. Me man, but it baa aa.- of,the = if

.. .:;;y;.. fi* 8.KATHLEEN SWAN LASON, In Florida Grower] ..: what themselves the women as to send the away real valueof for. two herself unclaimed and husband orders to included l.edand enough the tropolis. -Barrie. This for example, ,

,"j'i>..r'onal 'experiences, of the club ing their cash to send out of town or A hardware man has this case: on file. rice to feed boarding house and soap EXPLORER'S WONDERFUL FEAT "Perhaps his most remarkable feat
.:\... to cleanse nine children six months! consisted in taking a bottle of ...
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,j '. : 'women who thesubject hold for pleasure. f New comer wanted range of certain Sir James Barrie's affection for Into
explorers the heart
If j" fHome\ Trade" made it''a voluminous However if the experiences of these make.. Insisted she could get the How, couldranyone? Of course: that it no new thing, the Glas it back of Afrlea and briagIa.
.: I f 'i,' topic without any theorizing. The wo club women are any criterion of conditions same for much less in Ohio than Florida younawomn enjoyed having to put says Jntact.It: .. __'4 .
'.V. man's'side of the argument was given in other localities, before wo dealer was asking.: Sent for it most. of her Christmas fund Into rice .
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emphatic presentation. All advocated men' are asked to stand \many sacrifices and after long, delays it' arrived and soap etc. "
.':; ",trading in the home town ,when their a lot of storekeepers should takea smashed beyond use. She then bought Oh the home trade affair is full ,of; ..
f''I, r, ?, ,requirements could receive the same correspondence course in modern range ,of same quality for' less than snares and vexations. But if you
:k;;, ''r.J .: consideration r obtained by, sending business methods or at least'take to smashed one had cost with frieght. have come into a community to stay,
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t f I; .fJ ol.... i . 'away or going; to nearby towns.. heart and action vital'points in some There happened under .the' circumstances it is a possible to purchase: every r
.' !;... 'C. 7" .. Personally I was brought up onE of the many articles cons.' ntly appearing to be np, chance to collect. article through local dealers,
,.. :' 1.1 ". home industry sermons. It was a vitalmatter on that subject. damages either help build up the town, create civic
... '}% au: ,::1' in our city and now'in Florida i The business of a woman in the One of the complaints made by the spirit and then, too, who knows how I. ,5
; 4 , it appears as if every little city doubly marriage relation should be to get the club women was that shopkeepers soon you ,will want patronage of
. :g1\ .... ,,' :c needs a true,home trade practice for most and best results from that portion fail to use wide awake methods to let townfolks for your own wares? Likewise , .
IJ.I:: '1,,_ ." ', fits ,quickest prosperity. It looks in I of her husbaitd'a.earnings whichas it> be ,known when new goods arrive if you are not satisfied, if for Instance 1
i, ,,! ;.,i these cases as'if,the present common his partner it is her duty.to expend. and what they are, that only a few are you receive'by mail two lefts .. '. ,Y! : v,'
7".r : good is bound to be the ultimate indiJvidual -I Not long ago a man of world wide displayed in, windows or show cases,; instead of a true pair of stockingsas .
t' ,.np.-,r' ,-,'...\-, good. From the feminine standpoint fame defended the bargain sale woman these often half concealed and without: one neighbor did why you can rushin WE'
ir :, the sacrifices of standards, quality on that very ground. In that relation prices, that no clerk calls attention to and verbally flagellate the shop .. ,.,
.,or money appear too great to admit women have a,right,to demand desirable articles and that much of man. Letter writing never is half . t .
;A " '" the tie of common good. But un from shop keepers up to date business the stock might rot one,the as satisfactory and telegraphing is '
44k.: ,\t. .' \ fortunately it seems to- t ""r !J.6.. 'in many small places cursed with antir spending'money where they can get awake enough to make any effort' to that woman with two left bargain r r .
:,, .'/. a i ,. ,r. ,floated credit habits for people to run the moot value for a dollar. Incidentally bring customers and goods to ether.! stocking.. did miss. , .i
I endless,., accounts'in local J.tore.keep., on'club'woman'wanted, ', to know Next, even when frequentcalls are ., ..
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made ,by several women for articlesin A
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,:. +, \ ., THE LABEL LOOK FOR THE LABEL LOOK FOR,THE LABEL such articles. the City Council appointed' to devise -
;... :..7 ,. \ ...J"tylr''LOOK'Fon i' t"" In this connection'a grocer refersto ways and means for establishinga .
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't'of .. 8 "whims" of buyers and a small public market in Jacksonville withina
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.... .a : condensed milk or cream on its shelves into effect 'much earlier but for the .
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....... : ') .1 ., ':.h"JJ.:, "" two more kinds which had been order, The fight being waged ,in Jackson- A'
',;' ......'.; Patronage We Have ', ,,' .o j...,., '" r= I yule should be taken up by every AND
'. ''\ , ,w ed.Many women have members of the other' city: and large town in Floridafor ..
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: .,1. '.J1 ' " J ,"'Enjoyed During ;" ,' .1,; >- boots especially. If ordered througha which are these: .'
-. "II., , .. " ,. 'I'1"i *%;; AI"r" I w local merchant: and not quite right. Markets properly conducted in''other Happy New
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..; ." ,. J. ., .,:" ., tne year :", '- %\,"j'': ; H* or do not fit when they arrive so that i cities hare reduced the price of meats;
t, ''-' '.<,''J ; ,'. .. ; ".I ,,;k> : '. the woman does not feel she can take vegetables, poultry ana other- edibles, ,
a, 1 ''''J t f m ',r'I. \. '" .. : ," '' '\ \ t: them the smaller :storekeeper scowls from 20 to 833k per cent: .
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'; ,;:\ "" '(.. : / PA'TRONS'" .;,:., \ 1 Then'also there is"'such a thing'as Markets have served to''settle and '

+ 1: WISH ,OUR pronounced liking'for various materials develop the aJrricultural'neighbor. KISSIMMEE
If and articles Where hoods of the,cities in which they are
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: J. . .. ;_:; 4 pet tastes 'must .be' sacrificed '101"' the woman the champion of public markets MODEL '
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l.i>...ftti'i." . ... )cdpp, .... ,l 7 "\ t">"- i .One, ..woman suggested -circular should be produced in Florida.: . .' : a LAUNDRY r rC'S

." ". ,w. ...."AI ... /..'. t I containing, the women's side, bat the i Floridian annually".send their:best I .' .. ,
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