Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 2, 1914
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00627
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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1 WHATJS'TjilSTHINGr 1' .. can, a' more desolate! 'man than the COST $211,000,000;, ;, : 'G'n; ; dlstre. It with. the[increasing. ', -.. 4

one who is separated on that. day from that aea tragedies''. 11 their I cultivators by"" '
.M THEY' CALL those he loves. Think of'' him wakingto DRAIN THEEVERGLADES. each yea, ,-Atlanta J | lines pon direct rally p
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with only the companionship of DO IT I I 1 and b; the1'numerous
,'. #' :SPIRIT. OF XMAS strangers-they are merely a part A gentleman who : / .i' wh h i are engaged' )
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? of the scenery.. He sire down'to aeumputous only three days bu .. .''t: e, product of], "
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\ : dinner in 'a; palatial hotelor paying'attention to a, j : : THAT: WE ARE"WE ALKING ABOUT cafe, but he sits alone. The courses, SAYS REPOIT( OF THE EXPERTSSTATE wanted'.to propose, but ,- Philadelphia' ;. New' ,

beautifully served, seem tasteless, for would be thought . Jn, a very few! ',
his thoughts'are of home and friends 1-, Life. He delicately t j I ..'. ,
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HAVEi, ALMO IT FORGOTTEN far away. He -makes the sMomn OFFICERS!: PRESERVED AB- !sect as follows:. I : t :prepaHng .tbj receives f

"w J EVERYTHINGFILLS. LSE. AND IT promise to himself "Never again!" SOLUTE SILENCE ALTHOUGH "If I were to'Ipea : ;army, of winter Visitors ll

I OUR'THISMERR EARTS AT Companionship is the inspirationof ALL FLORIDA IS INTER- riage after having ony, I : : ; ; Over. loomed, and'too:
the day and season-the more the quaintance three ; )' Easy and 'the, Wont
t ..SEASON.stmasl merrier-but the' inspiration is not ESTBD IN THE.SCHEME. .. would you to say tea, i 1 '' dy reporting,'many" ar, l

is;I complete without the children. God Well, I should say I V r r

z The spirit of Ch: .help the man and the woman, too, who ..- till tomorrow that ,,! I ; rid mllions.. ofch'winter L.

,& K ; We are talking tout it, almost forgetting have no children about them on Christ According: to information secured have done the day I state. ,' and'' 4 ,
mas time, for, after all, they teachus I the iorti'aidsevery' :' 'r
; everything else; it fills our by The New from a reliable source, .
hearts and lives this merry sea- the best meaning of the great 'fes the engineering'commission employedby WHY NOT of h. state, : ,
tival. Their joy and shouts of laughter 61 the' sUte" ate Iis .' '
q son. But what is It? the state to survey and report up-
.i- It's, easier to, describe its effects almost bring to us the songs of on the feasibility of draining the Everglades fO'R MAYOR > and large Jtntcts:off ',
than 'attempt the angels who filled the air of Beth- lands"' re"' being 'rapidly''
a, 'to eten to tell what it reported tha tthe project is >
.' It's lehem with their welcome when Christwas feasible : Id In U tract.to"' .' -'
.Is. an influence that conies into but that the cost will be ;
i M "!. our lives once a y r;which -makes us born.It $28,000,000, or f bout'$4 an acre. EX-KISSIMMEEITE \ who a: flocking Into the '
forget our pet >uchee and try to is a day of. feasting. For once This cost would include the Everglades BE CALLED .apero ,peninsula: ,
; r, be decent-'-it's its 1 Work for some of children are surfeited' with luxuries I proper and about two million THAT POSITION 1 I '.for'y< rs been the win. ,'
; ,us-but it pays; ''f >r' a day or'a, week that are doled out i more scantily and acres in the KiSstmmeev Valley. LANTA >grodnd-.orth -nation

y, wejthWcalittlui'} ;' ? kindly of. the cautiously other days. Somehowor I I Whether the Ki,slmmee Valley lands ,! ; : commercial: ',interests.. .its. ..
4.( man we hare beer hating all the 'rest other'the same +ad'results of ever- 'would have to b t drained in order to ,: .. I ly.",:.,.
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a 0\+ 'of he year; alth ugh i of course, we indulgence don't seem to follow Christmas make the Everglades project feasible The general ; r'
gradually go bacW to our old opinion I excesses that come at other times. is not known. The cost of drain- that only an alderman : T CHURCH j
q of him; It's the i pirit that makes'u* The children's patron saint must keep Ing the Everglades: alone however, pro tern has been f : irvice'Sunday"Dr.:. : -

?? +'!t, C ;'a, little -less'selfUl i when we think > f'I'special watch over them. would. be about 1 0,000,000. ror. So far as the hi third KeW' Year. .
others) ,' and I we t y honestly to die It'-is'more give than to Bond Issue, Bagatelle.At cilman is just as ell ; :'"I'h i'Year'AJ.o.\
,' :.cover, perhaps B' admit that they receive, but it requires a bit of rather the last legislative session a bond man. And as a remit .. of this service ,'the' .., '
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;T have'a right: to IWe on 'the same earth mature philosophy J to feel wholly satisfied issue of $6,000,004; with which to con. ery friends of :, ,,wlll be administered! '"Y '
., with us.: It's the Influence that make" If Santa Cls/us neglects* us ..entirely tlnue drainage rk, was authorized Wood have put I. : '' ..,'...c ,will bnll.t, : 7.. ,,1,'"
''a' man laugh in' pate of himself, for its only human, for we are, the belief at this 1 time, based on Inadequate mayor pro tern next ;, i sul ed' of"Born of', ,
' the' :".ryljoi'of: Jiving, that works a all'of us, childrei .on 'that day .and engineering reports, being To'date the racejhas,1''r'( the S; Irit," will be'dls-' + 3
little further aid deeper' into our dent it as wevmay we feel the child's that this 'sum:"would meet.the' neede. Alderman James .: hours 11.be made coma '
i lives the spirit 4f Christ: and ,makes disappointment if no ,mesa':... of love The' report''of. (the;'country's most Sixth, ward,"and :Ale \, : : & "h }he' ,k+ondltlonof. ;, q

"'. : U I a little 'bet it and cleaner. It' comes wrapped 'around a package noted engineers, however; shows that dale; of the Tenth' ,
ra .'tho spirit Which,* scattered,through from some,dear 0;e. 'But the .richest the 'amount allowed Would be but a they are certain"of < : ga.ra: yare invited .to''
aiVthe'year an 'all' outlives 'would meaning'of: the {w >rds'can come only "drop in the bucbet: ," 'and the i problem close;' folloWers; of iE ; 1C! e ,. Sll lr.t;rblcomed..
; r., 'make .the whol] world better' and when 'and where i re have given wor- of securing a sum sufficient to they are tied arid, tl lat C
?t brighter. thily without the possibility-of return complete the worlf will prove a hard mise candidate can be'
in kind or value. If we have found one. one of them should U VSi
receive: ] some forlorn soul, helpless and deso- It is hoped thai the money can be Thus the friend* AW
d evidences of the! spirit of Christmas, late and have given from our abundance secured from the government through Wood figure\ they w ill ,e.

i :-'"!'!,-. .j c 'and he is unfortunate indeed who has or have shared from the meagerness 'he passage of the drainage bill of in their favor. Fist,
t., < never realised: that the best meaning of our poverty wtJ have known Speaker Champ c lark, now pendingin councilman for may or i, r '
". ,).r .' ;?of, the day lies eeper than. the making the blessedness of giving, we have Congress. and therefore shou d ,
'* '"J ''r V' 1 .I of presents. I Of course, we don't'reach known, we have the real Christmas State Officials Silent. appeal. Second, tl e*
:'r these mom serious phllosophi- spirit If we have brought a bit of I I The report of th, engineering commission dAle race is a Go M
mk: : 'cal'r6nclusions inour; chUdhood-not joy a ray of light for the day into was flied November 1, but the only .a compromise .
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'J. ,' ''untHjure,>j have realized something of the life of one of' these little ones, Internal Improvement Trustees of the er. '
11. the-hollowness oi the idea that gift- we have' come a little nearer to a realization state have persistently refused to It is pointed 1 U :4
of the ideal of make cilman Wood .
at 4 -making fs all the e Is to it Christmas.It's the contents public, althoughthe
"" tlnsaginef the lonliest' and matter is one ef deep Interest .to fled for the &outjUrlher; >
,, .. ... .ifp utean., way a day time of good cheer,
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'. Floridians and thousands of Everglades means :
'OJ... of good will to all men, and If we arereal $ -
'Christians see don't make any land purchasers throughoutthe speaking an
exceptions when w. .ay'ALL. We are Union. of procedure; that
I at our best then and Emerson says The belief hero! i* that the state of- and a very dignifl
:. we are entitled to be judged by our ficials have refused to make the report he is cool and dip! : .

I best moments: The soul has its influence public in the h >pe that the engineers personally popular.- i ."
over'the Body. The sound body i would conse it to a revision planningthem} "va;)

ti To Our Man is soon broken bythe ranting of,, the ; thereby presenting .he cost of drainage Mr. Wood is well the, papers.,are t'full, ,
.dle a. d'''mind. The peaceful, hopeful : -i in a more ravorpble. light. In fact' mee, at one time f ( '
leis Customer mind1 brings (strength to\It* ,own I it is said that auch 1 request. has been of principal of Oe bent you will prob?: ,
habitation. 'If we could caWyfwithus made to the,engrfne,pVat Washingtonby and is a son-in-la daily i grad owing
through all the twelvemonths the oneor more high officials f'Flor- M. J.. Hicks He m >' I

t Oar ott.: inspiring optimism of Christraas.'time; ida. The request;is[said to have met Atlanta several ye rs J .-.;'. .,. j

1 ..r' Miu>' Worth the' .minimizir '1o? ( our" trouble,'""the with refusal.-Jacksonville News. has acquired an e ; ,, strain.of'.houe-:>4 ,
kindlier feelings toward our neighbors tice. "
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For Y.Dr Meaey" I and}% mankind 1 i't general, which we SEA '8 A; PETY ; ), f J,, n

Increa onus' sines. over 60 Wt find so much easjer, at Yuletide; mightwe The annual'.reportLifeSaving.., ; of the American THE; AN ad +.ave;*t, '>> ..' (
not be lit reality', ,stronger and Service shows that out The W..hiiWcm : : p.eitla.is, ".', ;.
Testa wt :. ,adopted it for'anelhir.ee healthier!\ body swell as in mind of a total of'-seven sen, hundred accidents apropos of Senator | .abeardriiif. '. >.<: n. and spirit? : v,> at sea. during the. year ending tion that In.hi* youig "' \ '
June the.. thirtieth Lit' only,six kill marriages 'we ::S ; : ; y, .ABAI&?,Boot,
W.t h.v +' the b..t equipped rOfCawaha"TSJurseries, home oi ty-nine vessels and seventy-three lives comfortable' on 91MilUcent 00 ; T .,. 'i Vi '

::4 : Cuts)',' tb bast rejected, Stock Ida's best fruit trees,' easily reach .were lost i. i.This M."'Atwoo I \ '.,.MM.I,, "
r t1. niost' potent S.rvic. any from all parts o'<. Orange,'Lake-JBtrn is a'' remarkable record both racist address in B ... ''''"t'. r, J u iw tfi
,at.reln tb ::1c4 coosrdalij/ mole; Osceola'and Voluaia counties" by in the number of a rcid'ents and the "The cost of livi g' i, 'ft' .,_,
t i f auto over hard surfaced roads;' most I [relative rarity of serious results.-The than in Mn 'D 'pew'
;yf f ;lnjite your os ton.w : convenient( for ait planters and:most I i ii ormer "explained, however- by -the it-is impossible for a :

: Aa fe 'ku harcal I i reliable in Florida. Oklawaha Nur- fact that sixty-eight .per"'cent of the Vassar girl to'< live a ) { >bF: ,

tries, Tangerlne./Fla ...Wriu", < i ica trouble noted happened to''small and life oa1,000 si'year.; .

H. ,... $ ES ..0',. ." *'..''ii'.< .f'-__. ...-..',.,..... .t., unaccounted motor. tats; and on'euch "A .Vassal girl.01 ce : : f" "
\. ,,' '.. "* :I craft: ,were' inert: than twotthirds: a-week bank clerk' ,- .
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i \ T'ktnie.Ganby'oi II-dtwen United more.Secure. VThe! terrible-1: Itssonof 'I'd rather.wrin ) C '& '
. : i i m rriiecr;at ,,1 he' .home of'Judge' T.un4ay ., th.Titailiejkanlc> deep' into'the, world's' wring 'your'clothes .t \ ; < : / '
qeJ : mind.' The United tats led the'way Y $150jOOd.OQK"
Iuijm pn,]! evening.'Theyk answered.-"
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I '.J [ / sacrifice, ,of':;,life.., I An: internationalconference *;Some; inen'wlU nev >r .: I! ..Ylci,n ..!k, / ,'
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tfine.. Kissimmee Valley ,Gazette. B. the Condition of ( {V". ,. ,

\ JI'JI'JOJa IN VALLEY OAZIDTTJa BUILDiNG, AGAIN HONORED '"
PU1JL18IIJlD: Jl V1IIIt.T Jl'RIDAT '
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W. B." HARRIS. . ,,; ,." KApA ALPHA FRATERNITY: REELECTS I ..KISSIMMJ E, FLORIDA:;. il WannerSawyerBook "
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.,& J; r M -- ."- I KISSIMMEE At the close of,b mess Dec. 81, 1913. ,

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All _m..alUon-Uc.pt; from eus. authorized nornspond.nta'mu.t bs + '1 Boos Hvoolvabl_ _. _;t--------_ n_" _.__ m.SSS.71 1000.00 ._ __ \ / .. t .' I' j, '
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a Ngaedlby\ the wrlt.r. ' Rejected matter will not be r.tufrted unless called for A special from Memphis, Tenn., C. ---t----------U. t-.17I1'.I|? ... (
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atr4 at the Posteffloe In Klsilmm.. Florldc.: as second-elass malt matter. nays: Kappa Alpha Fraternity, whlcli from Bank C____....______ 76,322.99 Q
r ,.- .- has been in -session for-several days,, City Warrant _. __.. -. --- 1.77t. boxed: l
,; FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. 1914.Our reelected officers today, adopted County Warrants ._ ..____-_ 883.07 Offer allv holiday ; I''

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I sister city, I hkeland, has passed dent in Mexico, was shot to death, adjourned to meet in 1915 at a place to I Capital _. ,_._._____ _._--.9 6oaoo.ooeourplus < Stationery at.p"great

into the age of iplnsterhood. The and Huerta, typica} dictator, took his be designated by) the knight com- ': : jr-l i.---. : -::::: 40.00000Undivided 1:lift,94llplionlll .

i.1 thirtieth anniversa y celebration ocr place, starting, ; a ,problem on our mander, S. C. Fulliloye, of Shreveport,,'I' nil. II Payable i.__ ... .. 27K.170.87'U,""" o" reducionWe
J Tarred yesterday. Southern border not to be settled until La. California delegates have urged Hil>lBci>unl _-. - 7.I1N.16 I

r there is shedding of blood. Champ; that San Frantisco be selected. 1(07.r.II4 lie 1 -/ '- \I, .
: Mayor McReyno ds, of Orlando, Clark reascended the Speaker's chair Besides Mr. Fullilove, officers re- OIlarrsr. / \ '\. ,-

aye the capital of Orange: county content to occupy that role despitehis elected are, W. B. Crawford Kissimmee 1,, C A, ('HrHini. ITfHldi-iit "

now has a population of 8,500. Keep assurance of the Presidency. The Fla., grand historian; V. M. John Itotiia:M.Thomas I.,_. Vice AHRt I'n-Bldent Cashier desire to pall your attention .to. "J s <.

the good work going- income tax, latest invention of the Jones Nashville, Tenn., editor of the I+ M Kuli. 2nd Vlrv I'rfBlden t****. .

-0-- government, inserted its hand into official organ; R. M. Foster, Little i i 'l'i.Monall uppt'liri'fl, iM'TiJi't* m*, M No. the fact that we take subscriptions .;1 j
Now that the commission have the pockets of the well-endowed. Bryan Rock, Ark-, chief alumnus, and E. P. tur)' I'uhlic, C A. Carson.. I'rt-H-, t" ,
i UU'iit. who\ being duly sworn ;
seen some good roads we may expect the national I : : aboiHtntrmepl > \'
made grape-juice McConnell, Richmond, Va., grand pur I healdrpusea l sad Hft\ft the "
Treat things In the roadbuildingline drink, and as we marvelled at that, ser. W. I'. Wheeler, Macon, Ga., acted'1'I uf his know I la h'dtc Hue*. and to the h..ll. in Osceola county during the new we received the news that the assas convention president during the HOMA THO.MAH. / \
an Notary Public Mist of .Florida. zines }
at special
year sin's bullet had terminated the career JitlS meeting MriininlH)"loii 4-xplrfH. . March 13. 1 Kl tr. /
t -.V. .of the King of Greece. His. son, Con- / l I'

The Kissimmee Valley Gazette I stantine, representing all that in. best IJAMES i club rates ';
comes out this week with a resumeof I L. PHERIGO f
in the Greek| nation, succeeded him. MISS HARRIS IS .-
the town's business for the past .
A new, record i ilt| made for air flight, t
and it's fine showing for Ori i I PASSES AWAYSON '
I year, a ':i when the frail thing is transportedfrom HAPPY WITH CHARGE a- {
i lando's progressive sister town.-Orlando i"
St. Petersburg to PariH.. ('hindgets "
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?J f' Co hard up, borrows! $125,000,00(1)( ( I :/ OF KINSIMMEK I I MAN:/ DIED I IN WASIIINGI'ON-UNCLE) SAM'SPIWTEoS -- - .-' )

t The committee in charge of the Os : from friendly powers. There is nn XT 1 INDIANAPOLIS)) ONWRDNKSDA1. : ; ; HAVING: TIME OF
of blood in the Balkan
occasional
exhibit at the mid-winter spurt
ceola
county ): *. An assassin shot three time : THEIR LIVES.A .
fair to be held in Orlando in February I l
at the King of Spain. John Pierpont
M should have the heartiest cooperationof I ,
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every citizen of the county. This Morgan, foremost philanthropist J. L. Phengo received the sad menage Washington special says: Two

Issue contains a proclamation on page : /his time, fell asleep, leaving manyto I of the death of his son, James of the happiest. persons. in Washington

two that everyone should read. I Io wonder why the financial balanceof L Pherigo, at Indianapolis, Ind., on I today were Isabell Davis of
the world, was; not disturbed Waiter Wednesday of this week. :I Summerfield, and, Malcom Miller. of ARE: TAKING STOCK this V

We have only one kick to register Page, a publisher, goes to Great Mr. Pherigous the eldest son of I,: Baber, Florida, winners in the corn Wf .

; : against St. Petersburg's latest attraction I Britain ax plenipotentiary, blessed Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Pherigo; of this city I land I canning contest.They < I II week and are too busy to

t -the air 'line passenger service -I with the endorsement of a Literary and had been making his home atl I I arrived this morning accompanied write advertisement but

!? 5'5'li -and that is the "excess baggage),1" president Menocal ascends to the Indianapolis, Ind., for the past two '' by Miss Harris of the Florida an ,

charge." Kissimmeeites are )so'' Presidency of Cuba and assures some years, and has been connected wlhthe : I I State. College for Women, and are everybody knows we have the

i ? healthy they will all be over-w ght degree of pare iiv the turbulent island Van lali. Railway as a' construe 1 I comfortably quartered'' at the Ebbitt

Y and be subject to the excess xnarge. republic. The daughter of the tion. engineer. house. I goods. Come in and look.Stanford.

Kaiser became a )Iwide. and the King I James L. Pherigo was well knowi. Uncle Sam's proteges are having

rh: The Jacksonville Florida Metropolis I of Great Britain called on his imperial in the city and has many friends v ;im, ,: the time of their lives today iniv.\

if. issued their much-taled-of "Booster I cousin. A former President of will regret, to learn of his death ing on the best of the land and seeing

edition" Wednesday/which contained '1 the United States won a libel suit The body will arrive tomorrow the sights of the nation's capital.

only sixty pages. 'What there was of and Uncle Sam swept away all inter morning and the funeral will be conducted There are eighty-two of these boys I. I

S the paper wai creditably l written and I ational tennis trophies from an ancient at'the home of Mr. J. L. I'heiigo. I and girls registered at the Ebbitt

printed, but down here in South FlorIda enemy. A wreck on the fated On account of the condition of I house, where, in addition to those ,

some of.our dailies have i issued railroad, the New York, New Haven Mrs. Pherigo's health, only a few 1 who accompanied them from home,
f F "one gross" ofvpages for one issue. & Hartford, cost more lives. startedan -
friends of the family will be present they are being chaperoned hy two of
> agitation for safer railroading.; II the experts of the department of agriculture -
; ''
-t
t The Tampa .Tim s Wednesday gave H. C. /
M. Flagler, conspicuous friend of Flor O. H. Benson of the officeof
+, some Interesting figures on the ida, creator of the East Coast, builder "BATTLE Of farm management, and O. B.

$: "u growth of South Florida's Metropolis. of an Over Sea railroad, defyingall I Martin whose specialty is farmers I ,
7'f, {Bank clearin i for 1918 passed the I GniYSBURG' '
( laws of Nature>{ died full of years, ,co-operative demonstration work. ,
!ti $60,000,000 mark,
:P ;ed'amounted to 2 &,991,000; the pop- state. For the first time in the' IIN FIVE REELS, COSTING A FORTUNE LIBRARY NOTES .1 Company /

:-; nulation is estimated at 68,8701) post- history of the Republic, the governor; TO PRODUCE. I ,
offleVrecelpts $20d,000; 298 new dwellings ;
of a Sovereign, State is successfully I .
: constructed', and the city ss a impeached and kicked out of the high ,-- : Miss Ruby Ellis who has serveW ,

seaport =reached the neat little sum place vested in him by people. lie The management of. the Dixie theater I so acceptably as substitute librarianof a

r, :of 438tOOO.OOO In,that line. The whole comes back and is elected a memberof have at a great expense secured j I Kissimmee library during Miss ---

''report,) gratifying to read..They're the Assembly which had filed the use of this picture for Saturday, Brai'nerd's absence in the North, finished
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1 : : charges against him. A newspaperman January 3rd, to enable every man, her term last\ week and Miss

.. always j parting something' went' around the world in thirty. woman and child in Kisslmee and vicinity Brainerd has again resumed her po / :
over'; at'Klssimmee, and you can always to ace a vivid accurate repro-
five days, thus) belying all ancient sition. '
depend on I Its being somethingthat marks, and fpr: the first time in the duction of the most'sanguinary )battle The library is on a better basis than
will .benefit that beautiful. and In the of the world. KISSIMMEE.\
history of the!, world a woman appeared history I. ever beforj and continues to grow in t
thriving dt '. This time it's an or- .
.
) on the streets of a city a full-fledg This will probably be the only chancefor size and interest. '
,(mniEAtion whose qbject is to prevent the people of this section to see:
ed policeman, f A blot of scandal It is a matter of public pride and
i tbe'Mndlnir'1 of money to mail'Order.4houses starts a white slave agitation, and thio marvelous, stupendous reproduction policy as well as individual\ gain, for
for Articles that could of the bloodiest battle in the his FLORIDA
Thomas Nelson Page, distinguished our citizens to possess and sustain a
just"a. will be purchased at home. representative of the South, foes to tory of our country, and in which. city library, and we trust that duringthe ,
= town in the state should start
Every! fathers fought.
our
It Italy as American Ambassador. The coming winter many new names
)' similar campaign. Zolfo Springs I
Tr biggest ship ever built suc- In order to give every one an opportunity may be added to the membership.

'" r >, cessfully defies the hoodoo and makes to see this famous picture its i $2.00 will give one access to the library

:IJClsainunee( cattle but voyage after voyage without trouble. will be shown according to the following for a whole year, or $1.00 for I I
tu: For the of the schedule: Afternoon, beginning
r ''baa no'cattle pens.and when the crit- first Lime a navigator six months. Non-residents may take
''t.... come to town for shipment their air sails upside down and is not killed, at 2 o'clock and again at :3:30 out books at five cents each, to be (

'fa rite" habit is to cut across Iota and then Startles the world by loop- o'clock; evening, beginning at 6:15: retained ten days if desired. A goodly

'through' the gardens and yards-and Ing loops. A Democratic tariff bill 7:45: and at 9:15: o'clock. number of late books have recentlybeen __ __ __ _ n____ __ _ __ _h _'

Journal thinks something ought is passed, giving relief to toiling and added tojhe library and more

irttone about it.-Sanford Herald. oppressed thousands. The relentless GLENN ROSE: WON are coming. Come to the OsceolaPharmacy'
bbody Is just a little mistaken. Athletes, captained by Connie Mack, 1 Folowing/fs a partial list:

;ere are cattle pens adjoining the win another world's championship, I PRIZE: BICYCLE: At the- Back of .tjie North Wind; l.

rOad in Kissimmee, and the first and a Zeppelin airship, vainly imagining -] The Am teur Gentleman: BobbieGeneral for an EASTMAN '

7 be constructed in this it ,has solved the air route, explodes M nager; The Circuit Rider's
dipping.vat to
GUESSED WITHIN E OF NUMBER '
y l,','part of the! state has been in use many and falls, killing all passen Wife; ( aryston Family; Heart of the/ ..r
gers. Theodore Roosevelt buries himself I OF BEANS IN JAR. Hills; II lagar; Inside of the Cup; The

.' /r ..months.'., tr I in the South American wildernes, Judgment House; The Long Way;

,. WHAT. .THE NEW YEAR and the Mayor of Greater New York The spirited guessing contest that My Little Sister; :Mr. Hobby; Miss .
-
'I'';' '; HAS BROUGHT FORTH dies quietly on a steamer deck, pre. has been going on for the past monthat Jimmy; Polly Ann; Parrott & Co.; .t ,

.', .The that 'died last night has cipitating a political contest without the Osceola Bicycle Co., which -on- Princess and the Goblin; Queed; Mar- KODAK V. ... ,

year parallel in this country, wherein a test carried a prize of an up-to-date tha By-the-Day; The Woman Thou of
it far
k little to recommend so as great
' ''achievements for humanity are con young man, clean' as a hound's tooth, wheel given by that company to the Gavest Me.
becomes chief executive of the greatest I
boy guessing nearest the number of
It crowded with
cerned.: was B, year ADVERTISED LETTERS. "
city In the world. The flamboyant beans in in the show
a jar on display
,great ei.nta, but few of them marked ,
apostle of militancy for women is window, came to a close Xmas eve
t;. wltn any special significance to the ..
in the Poatoffice at Klssimniee "
Remaining -
allowed to land in America and profits
i' Inunan race night, and Glenn Rose proved the r 4

2 i The year began with the impeachment muchly, taking home $20,000 in her lucky boy, his guess being 2539, and Uncalled For, fit '

\ ef a Judge and a Texas Senator capacious stocking', only to be jailed on counting the) beans there proved to December 239, 1913.

wont':i back home to ask vindication. when she returns. San Francisco be 2538. Advertised list for iho two weeks .
plans and builds a miracle city on the It was nothing short 6f luck t L2jle
'Castro was poshed>> back across the pure ending January 11, 1914.Atnaworth ,.J
:bprde..,'.' nd Amundsen, a real discoverer Golden Gate, where all the world will for the young man, as the beans were C E Jonrl. Homer : .
,
iir>1915 to celebrate the wedding Harnea, Bill Jonea.: Mrs CamllBosby. ;
told of the Pole. Washing- come of two varieties, and it was Impol.sible Ralllo lalount. /7

V ... ton';aoclet: ) was 'shocked by the an- .of the oceans. The daughter of the to tell how many of each variety lloyer. A Nathan Johnson I anlr. Miss, Pearl L.uannird. ; .w.

:r' nooncement of the new President that President weds the man of her choiceIn there were in the jar, if the experiment W M na ;''f
the historic surroundings of the Huey. Arlne l-ovlnx. Fred "
of filling a jar the sam esize .
:there would be no inaugural ball. A Byrd. Edd Montgomery Mrs.
t administration} in all White House, and the nation speak had been don., and the head of the Brooks. Ml.i MatZara ,0
: Democratic tie Mu... W M
.x' of government- tookOiefnip blessings upon the plighted pair. The company had no idea of the numberof Barter. Lee Ran. 8 N
jthree branchej
year closes with a gruesome tragedyIn beans in the Therefore the 1)anlela l Mill Mar- Rhaw Nathan 1
jar.
;,; i of State started tha Tlnor. Maud
Michigan, Where several-score ofChristmas contest was fair in every way, and Fillmore. Mrs LAne Mr Mary
under new lead- '
i psrilons Journey Mammle '
celebrants are buried, result Glenn is to be il .era.:11:
seIlom.. Rule; for Ireland was co Dlenn. J P Wood.
; K rrl, Mat- Young- Tom
of a 1001' alarm. As thevyear Mrs
good lu .
g/. I by the British'House of Com-: tI. Zyke. Ml Que-
"V 'I.. roes' out, we are wondering what will Inirram, Willie mesa "
;'', the' n..rMti:!thing' the have got-, be the result in Mexico and at th a 1 lawaha'u> ....!')' trees of Vt May (1)a ,
I. In centtrIeL V wenf inasqueradlnr B.SIMPSON.\ .
V ivtoit ) same time thanking\ God that we-lfy*' eta Orange, every one perfect, and
.
..w'pu .
..:m..ben.ot..a I
in a land of and budded from the beit bearing tree
Tampa
$;, /ty. and ..depredat liberty .
: Oklawaha Nurseries Tangerine Fla.
Tribune. )
woal4hive
i4ons whleh, condemned tb.'lrtsrrier .( "" Write fo rcatajof.( 2-4t ,NOTICE:: TQ VOTERS.be .
-
:
terins dares Cap. /
of
.MX'to, \ t registration books for Osceola
'
r 'tain"Scott and puIoaa.dW mar. Lost a snort lbblach, serge . bonty will OpeD''the first Monday in

''.,.'_......:.-..',.,. '\scieneeVjrHtngmf ,with ,ail /and. V hunting jack ,_bJ. roolll .. ', nary and dose'the first' Monday. in
Uelr liver, jgnyieldl: )#r Antr0 tweed.;Shingle (Creak depot and W. .. ." ',, Itl& .c
L. Finder will ... Ita i will be ,open In all. precincts
\.* ro.i. I ikat )he"'pocnpbi.o Hoaxer's place. PI-"I ,, .' ", the C01lDt '. : : '
I I'r., ... . \r' ', \ ) :
and ; leaww t the C ette office and $ i ivrt
*. *" .J4ria4'JarceI'; .bet-; a :: IIf: ..! ,or" 1,0.:;
.....,A ,' '. .-f, ,..arz.' cd-. nitabl,?reward. 1 <>"*'*'''.*..'?: :'ate'< ,- ,2-ltpd.,. ': ?, >- ,....,. 1 tIeL-',:Ptb ;.. L'; .....8apervLor3; otrRegbll'a;

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.. ..Ii"'t) firw'aaieMwMt'' ,,1hs Wj.t; ;'... .,.,.. ., .' ., '" '.

",...LIIII... grow !!ioalt., .laarwf... ,tIN-: 1 . t' :: /ti,. : ... .. ,J.-J:: < -rf':,,
.. .
'tn Of the culls, the greater" part are those I !' -, .,.. ," ft .. '

1 "fOR I COwEMTtvtir : lacking-In'_ age id,:of..small site, but I -W' ', ,, ", I'-t
'. ,
? ', 1'-; , .. there arc aW'some. ;: large-ram Iambi I __ ( .oI'ur'-" ,' . ' ;yfd f.8:! '." /B .s l
that have beconW what is locally
;, : '
fi :
!t ; .. : \lI.H'O'itJ.Rs" known as"itagiy .. \ ',. : *LIHE$: ; ,; :.

The president a id. one,or .two;as. L>1Tr-V t . . s '" J -- : vfci ...
slakants'weigd'; Ihe.' lambs ahd'credil When'you .are buying I .a Suit of'superior qua lty,-/ask.foryv" '
: ; .
E : ( N TENNESSEE each Delivery' grower Is commonly"with; .his1' ,total made weight before LEWIS;'ASSUfED 4 OF. $!/!'I'8IIIBE : ", : ; Martha: Washington: Brand; ',
1. ;
N, noOn in time for' loading.. Payment : u. i

I'' ,THE. WORK, IS pONE' THROUGH is 'made onthe! )day of, delivery.: -Thepresident VES'; .D: USE WILL.' PASS Mamifadiirtd By The WEU The Greatest Known; Name of the 1 'Somi l9"' .. : "
,
CLUBS WHICH 4FIX-'T>ATES ( or' tbta ezecutiv'committeapay. HIS''WLL 'ROVIDIN4 FOR :.' ; I'I', , .. ; 4p
'

"' ."WHICH.BB'r'-SA CES ARE TO. ,, and.apportions'thi: expenses(the,balance which r,are.monC'thu. 'small,I' ,I, THE;:PURCljIASE: ) BY'.GOV-, : I.: .Men's'Suits i ':$IO.OO send upi r '.Men's Pants $3:80al1(1: ( up. .

sS >, jr members according to the'number and 'ERNMENT OP "TELEPHONE Boys Suits_ 'a.75 'and ip..' .J) Boy's; Pants, l.60.Audup.: .' .

yreight actually delivered. The business ; L NES.>.' 'f'".r r 'S- ' ,

'. Washington, if. ,C.:, Dec ,31.-In of the'da' *.is'folloWed by' a''dinner : I. RECEIVED 'L'* .! q
JUST
; t ;
'I a, vl.w'of' the .wide. discuasiorp,' of th6effectsof of(, the
\ ,': co-operation' among.farnienj feature. "pto the \\31hi.-agton. Dj:' c., Dec. '29,-WJtfc Anew. shipment/ ,BoyTH :Suits and Pants of different -' J,(,:> a
l' In market! C !their products, "the In addition Goodlettsvilleclub.ithere ') '
., ' I. the Lews bill foe government . varieties. High Quality seges., Norfolk TV': :* :
!,Il'. ;work i of the/,Goodlettsville, Tenn.. are lamb and-.woot clubs ownerahipof '. ;
.
j; Lamb Club, oifeanired in38B2r83andItenceffor ; : at :'Mt Juliet,'l! Baird's; Mill, Allison, ; Lewis,telephone said today ubmltted that,.Congressman he was .: and; :plain, double breasted: S. 'Full peg.top.' \\ ::yH'''. : '
;' uE in' I : thirty years; Martha, and Fpat''Rock, in;flourishing ( '
? assured ; trousers. Sizes 5 to 18. Don't' waste time : :!
of' house
..We'd..tlmel. 'nteresV'The 'club was condition. Thse' clubs each, handle support. any ,. '1\i', \<>'"

.: ursda: ee."a, the sheep raisers from 600 tot 2,500 lambs per' year. Congressman Lewis( declared be intended but pick your Christmas. suit'right' now. ..* ;>,v.. :t ,
. +j. to tity ofGoodlettevfle'foundthatib New clubs are occasionally formed and to get busy immediately on the '. I ) .

; >anding (together' they could I these are generally successful. resumption of congress after .the holiday .

,." make l.rger"01frinl''' of more uni- adjournment;,, and press his bill URPIlI SE "

..*' form,lambs, utilise car space to better providing for government ownershipof : .

V" advantage, and jay making availablea FEDERAL, ; AID the telephone lines."I THE'S' .

.'...., larger. number;\of good'lambs' ready haven't polled the members of ORE -' ;f t

f for shipment on a single day could FOR ROAD the house committee\ on postoffic.es,, ,' yP

... secure greater competition among the and do not know how the members 116 Broadway Kltalmmee,,Fta,,
/' buyers: The following facts are the stand on the subject of government "

rA result of a study of this club and :: IMPROVEMENTWITH ownership" Lewis declared, "but I .-. - 7 .
other'lamb club in Tennessee recent- know the house is with me. I believea '
.
: In- of the members feel ARFHOLDING week was over 1,200 ra which is considered habit" of asking for Florida. oranges;
ly made by the Bureau of Animal I big'majority aa SHIPPERS 1
light for th s time of year It is estimated by p minent : -*
dustry. RURAL MAil SERVICE I[ do, that the time is ripe to take up ; '
T. movement nod bt.), will be lIght pars and transportation companlesv
The Goodlettaville Lamb Club or- this matter, and I believe there will
: until about Janaar 5, or until the that about 40 cent tha-' hasp t' u,
BACK per or ;crop :
for this the senate.
iginally consisted of about one dosen be support plan in '
has increased IS ADVOCATED IN ANNUAL market la thorough y cleaned up of been shipped, and, the// talk 'now : r
and membership -
farmers its Lewis takes issue with those who -
holiday fruit. No ubt market that tho will S ;.
cony crop go'7,600,000; or, ;
until at time it numbered REPORT FOURTH ASSISTANT
one qF believe that the restoring competition !- THE( FRUIT
| ditions will bo im roved. It the 000,000 boxes before be end 'of thsr
.85 members it has as officers a president POSMASTER GENERAL I by the dissolution of the telephone '
I warm weather of t is week holds it season In many 'see s.the orang* '
and secretary, and an executive combine will be beneficial to the "
I ",,11be\ Imperative hat fruit should trees are loaded with itj), the_bright, w. l
which
committee of three members, of
the secretary 'is a member ex-officio. people."The is natural MOVEMENT LIGHT THIS WEEK !Ibe moved under refrigeration to yellow fruit showing beautiful' con a, ''
telephone a monop-
Washington, D. C., Dec. 20.-Readjustment 1 reach market in an hlng like oatil' traIt to the dark gnen foliage of the* {
institution .
The club is not a chartered oly," he said. "Competition in the sale .
of the Division of Rural factory condition. trees In many pla s tho limb's are'
and is ini\ the nature of a partner- I
more of butter, for instance, is a good thing,
ship. Its members agree to abide 'by Mails and Federal_ aid for road Im- because if I can get one pound for 40 MANY PACKING H USES CLOSED I Practicaly all pac ID& houses nave supported by woode props U'I keep;. ''
its rules and constitution, although the provement in connection with the FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON- 'closed for two wee a so that when the fruit off the I' nd. The' ralnsr;
cents and another 'man will sell me a
organization is not especially binding. i rural delivery service, are advocatedin pound for 30 cents, J can take the I INCREASED DEMAND FOR 1 the trade opens In anuary 'the market : in most sections wil .ve a tendency 6',.
calls meeting about the report of James I. Blakeslee, CITRUS FRUBT IN THE will\ be cleaned up on Florida I to increase the site f the fruit'nning a.
The a
president cheaper pound and benefit from the
}, April 1st. Prior to this meeting its I Fourth Assistant Postmaster General!", competition. But if there are two SOUTHERN STATES : fruits and prices sh uld be good. It oranges have been to smalL r i1

members have. the privilege of sell- : for the fiscal year endipg June 30, telephone systems in competition, I : is a noteworthy tac that the southern I sixes.-New York Pac er.' 'E', .b

ing lambs and wool at private sale. 1 1I submitted to Postmaster General Bur- :: must take both phones if I wish to FLORIDA CITRU SHIPMENTSCars I markets both I ge and small OUT OF THE l\IOUT OF'BABESc '
each leson. moved last wtfck_ sizes are taking kin y to citrus fruit :
I At the meeting, however, mem- I get service. I II 1,232 '. '1
' ber reports the number of lambs and The plan as agreed upon for the ex- "It is a question between the private Car'mofcJ ....eek before 1&811,608 this year and the mount of fruit "My papa is a moon policeman**' 'e'

the amount? of wool he will have to penditure of the appropriation of I monopoly and public monopoly,-and I Total cacti moved to last Sat.. ,90'l shipped in carloh to these markets is ..ald'sm.1l Eric ,to'a piss r, ,. '1''

, sell through the club and thereaftercan $500,000, made by Congress for the I believe the people are ready to support far ahead of any ot er leasOl1. The "Is that' better* thanng' a walk., J
Jacksonville, Fla., tec. 26. The cit- western trade has Iso been better -
1 no longer sell individually. Af- improvement of roads over the latter." ing policeman?" asked .visitor; ;
. ter the report the executive committee which the rural leilvery? service is in I Not only will the government ownership rus fruit movement triis week is very than any other pre'i UII season and it "Course it is," repli Eric, "if? I Ji

has unlimited power. operation, provided for the allotment movement not be halted by the light and probably will average 75 to Is evident that in al section of the there is trouble he can get way quick-_ 'T "! e

This committee then determines the of $10,000' to each of the states, contingent I organization agreement between the 100 cars a day. Thd movement last' country the people a e gott.inlr 1// er." .' rq

total number of lambs and date or on the state for its local subdivisions department of justice and the American ,- .f,

' A.-' dates for shipment. Ordinarily one of amount.At furnishing dOli hithat. I I Telephone Company, but there are !Ii\fifiYififififififiYil111'f.! ! ! ! ! !f1YififilififiliRfifiYiR! ! ! ! ! iYiYi___
the
shipment is made in early part signs of strong dissatisfaction in con-
June and another is scheduled for tae the close of the fiscal year, Mr. gress with the arrangement which At- '

early part of July. This year's sales Blakeslee says in his report, projectsfor I I torney General McReynolds has made. I

were dated June 10th and July 15th. co-operative road improvement in This dissatisfaction may at any time 1914 I
1 The first delivery is made entirely of Virginia, Maine, Maryland; North Carolina I I take the form of vigorous speeches on FOR
which Georgia, )Mississippi, Alabama : '
"firsts. TJie second delivery the floor of house or senate or both. '

. contains thdse which are too small for. Texas, Kentucky\ Tennessee- Ohio, !( denouncing the reorganization plan. i r-j,jii"ifEsifiuiYFia;,!?: ,!? !: ?; !! !. ......:wow...!.
the first sate, is as a rule poorer quality Minnesota, Iowa,, and Oregon, had Many democrat and republicans aa $ f !;>,. A 'ser1_ eS f y

.. as the :old lambs do not make as either been approved or were under well are expres ng dissatisfaction "
1
great or Satisfactory gains as the investigation. In .some of these states over the reorga ation plans. Justas 'i ij of six models ,: ;

ti early ones the actual work \,of construction" was 'the reorganizi: tion ,of, the tobacco II :.: '
1'i There I isf little uniformity as to well under way I trust and the Sti ndard Oil monopoly iem, t' ;"

"'j 1. methods ofj sale. This year, as Is of, Regarding?the! rural ,,niails, Mr. brought forth 'bitter,criticism, so this I' I\-".
wool was sold to a Blakeslee reported that, "' U ,-" :. j ,.
ten;;the rule' the new reorganization has brought forth .j"UA' BotiMour "
in ing the fact that there notwithstsnd"I Yi rM4WMrtt : ';
local woolen mill. It was graded I attacks. I / 'cep!' ,ry'.i; : .. ,4
three gra c?-clean, slightly burred, increase in the general The thing thatl! has caused criticism ',! ,' iffB1
and burred, and sold for 23%, 20% division, embracing the establishmentand I I is the behavior o;, American Telephoneand I I 'Hi ,'! }I!:!'' ,'n-'I-!! {'t is'! i!! six '
pound, respectively. readjustment of rural routes, the it !'!: : ,WiV !? ,
arid 17 cents per Telegraph stock. The fact that .\ 1
better than appointment and supervision of rural I !IIm
eis.v-fhele prices
average jumped up seven points on announce !fi Jd
, those paid by local buyers, but because carriers the general supervision of ment of the agreement- with the department Jl '

the 1 other wool sold to these the star-route service, and the establishment I of justice caused a great ,.

buyers is |ungraded it is difficult to discontinuance, and change pricking up of ears about the capitol.It (
compute the exact monetary advan- of site of fourth-class postoffices, all I was alao declared the action of = = 'II'

tage to the club members. public business of this character was ,I: the department practically amountedto s UICK motor cars for 1&14 are\ still being built around th r famous >Overhead Valve, Motor; '

The salt of lambs through the club accomplished wifhout increase in the telephone trust !Ii d.fferir.g? somewhat in appearance from the handsome models of JKjl but identical in'perform-' -!

may be a pounced through the local clerical force. and put the American Telephone and I ante with th Buicks of he pas Changes have been ew- Kjtt refinements have been made;

papers b; means of posters or postcards That .more system has been distil- Telegraph.Company in stronger position i Ii and details added for g te, beau and onvenience, Includi g t ndier left-side drive and tbar'" I

or by word of mouth. This 'led in the servile was shown by in- than ever. simpler control. But the >>imJamen\als of uick construction; ar 'unchsnged-unchangeable. In addition .,: "

announcement varies with the locality vestigations of cases involving chargesof In administration quarters much is -the Delco System of Nctric\self-cra\ king and ligh in Js built into every motor scan Integral, + + pa ,

and (the club may change its delinquencies against rural carriers' made of the fact that the reorganization -Iii part and is included without additional cost \A year apoy nen untried, unproved self-starters were1.; I

methods #from year to year. : which were reduced from 541 to 245. agreement'provides the American beipg bolted onto many an excellent cftiJn.. any a" liable/ a a-a source ef bitter disappointment'Intand. ';, 1 iI

Following is a typical advertisementof "On Marc 3, 1913," he says in his Telephone and Telegraph Companyshall thousands .of tat.ee,-the* Buick"manage a his took fi It announced that no self-starter 1fE''_ ;,

.'. by a Tennessee club: I report "there were 42,644 rural routesin admit independent lines to the would be incorporated in any Buick car unf.il a to been found as good as the Buick car; Itself.:,' ,-
Lambs for Sale. operation, of which 456 had been use tof the Bell lines. It is insisted Such a starter is the Delco, and the Delco staUzt: n Buick is something you may rely upon kI : 4 4a

The -: Lamb Club will established during the current fiscal this feature of the arrangement alone: fulfillment of the Buick ideals, which me\ni nter t use of, his Inves{ment" to every .Bus "'., i:' ;y'''
sell br sealed bids about 800 year. From that date to. Jun. 30, is of much valise" to the public. Criticsof owner. --: .-t;.

Bids close May 20. Lambs 1913, there were 163 routes estab- this idea there is no assurance
J mb. say
The factory savings and service satin by this 2tcnT rrsnization ,and the emperi*"
fat'merchantable lambs lished and two discontinued+ making a
are to >e whatever the public will get lowerrates' ante gathered from, the 150,000 Buick* that se jade good, render s day for the, BylckyJto -'"
weighs from 55 pounds up, and total of 42,085 in operation at the \>ecause of the arrangement, and ifitfi
g Motor
Company to offer for 1914 a line that a edges\ comparison. It has p buWotUer+tars.
will be delivered from the Oth' to close of the fiscal year. To serve this is the real test. 1I

the June Club reserves these routes 42,885 carriers were em- ""In: any event, believers in government I 1 wA' f

the reject 'any or all bids. ployed, whose annual. salaries aggre- ownership, like CongressmanLewis Iim

&, 12f.of )' --- gated $45,377,41" have no intention of 'lettingup

| t Secretary. in their campaign for government 1'' 'yLL.
THOSE WISE CHILDREN
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Some ,f the clubs wil1 accept bids t-- ownership. 1 i

.. .)by ,'telephone or mail. The time 'be- I The Cleveland(Plain Dealer tells of Plans for dissolution of the com-
'tween closing bids and' 'the actual .sale I this conversation!: bine were completed before Postmaster -
varies. Where bids closing 'r' "Don't: kids ask the darnedest. fool General Bprleson indorsed the
of lambs T" ,
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questions LL.
on the day' of sale are not satisfactory "Yes-but those smart kids government ownership: idea, and were '
I surly i
the?:dub'then ships its own lambs in of yours that kind." pot influenced jby .that indorsement, i
cars ordered, and which I "Yes they et me tell you about Attorney General McReynolda de-
the'bvyew previously have agreed to use if their I it." r rI clares. Moreover, the Attorney General I
I "Fire ahead.
''accepted., In some cases insists the dissolution of the two
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bid are I .My oldest fir asked me this morning -
bids are 'accepted several,,, weeks, be- 'Paptj .what 181 the difference be- companies will}, not .affect any plans Ut r4, 4 ,
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fo'ri'delivery date, and the' Goodletta- tween Democrat i and Bepublicans7"' congress may have for acquisition by

Vllle; clubj. sold on, futures this lastseason I tion."Wen" that is an Intelligent. ques- the government{' of.telephone and telegraph !Ii

; Selling at or near the. day tine "'
: I "I thought it was 80 I answered as c
'of deliv4 Is. generally ,mor, popular follows: oerat I. one w6to be- The attorneys general believes ,the Hi ._ .
buy ri and' purchasers.ay' ,.! Ueves in progres4! .reform and the.ruleof public has not : ully grasped the benefits
I ;with Ii '
11' Y the of.'devery'at{ .(?oo On : '
who baln" got ne e enough and ;
{ >,' ..f.m."tb ',) bra )fcegin to"coma" in'early :: sand in a rat 1101 And that littlir fool J >y the telephone' ,conybination. i "- BROTHERS m
';In'the'mohilflg' ;,In .wagon "ir In flocks! answered: i The agreement made; for % : ( '
'ri Th#.driven','lamb* 'are"" marked with 'I see pa WI perfectlyc;; ear.And .'. the use of the Jell toll lines by tndenatnralisatton LL:

i ''bright eel rid paint which avoid eo'9- I which palt do-ou belon + toT, pendent. companies'- one which hebelieveswiU i _. ._ _' ,.OPEN DAY AND N J. .
: etiflocks"heeoaie''mixad: ; his .tx a'.benefit to telephonepatrons'everywhere. '.: ., "
;h; fualonw ;, I The man w i. governed h1', I "
Lanibs put the scales which conscience IleJdo nMdi'theady.ce of .?? l" f ... 4 .....;*Autos''.,for Hire Repairingvand Su
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} araf bandied:", executive com- I a lawyer. Vi"I .-.., i. ;; lEight'thousand,\ : , ;
; ( Levantine 'Jewishrefugees1'have I", >&y Dakin' KiseimiFlorida
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/THE YALE ; lion. copies pf, the Bible,/In wnole or in LUMBER duty and their 'own ardor* before i . -

OF i part., ., OUR, whom an kudlence.will .sit absolutely !,, '
And yet there are .skeptical critics unresponsive. Bat Is said thatwo' "
men, who bad not come in contact with Our Collection of Toilet Articles
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"k THE .SKUNK TOAGRICULTURE who tell that the Bible it a' backnumbers SHIPMENTS ARE' the director of the state propaganda 1"\.

lost Its'| hold on1 men before, began to think} and speak to- i, I

It never had, a stronger hbld than it mato club dialect as soon as they came ,* and preparation )l..simpjy '

has today, and it la growing stronger GREATLY INCREASEDTWENTYSEYEiTiaNOS under Miss Harris' sway. The resulting 1 per ,

enthusiasm to bound to prove ,the feet in tom.Ieteeesa; and ql o lty\
all the time. The Wave of Infidelity '
# .. flne.t kind' of leaven. Indeed if nothing trI
--.-- which threatened it a few years ago else ever' came from the State Federation / I It includes the best of everythingthe ..

} has spent Its force. "The word of the conventions just the stimulatIng ;
A GREAT AID TO FARMERS USED :
Lord endureth forever."-Herald and enthusiasm projected is worth the -most particular people, re ';,,,
;'r ..' 1 whole thing. Several delegates have I ,:1I' 1\,, ''

..;..,,.,.,. ,J... Presbyter amid: "I was about starved for Just ;; qu f ,, ,?.,{,

FOREST SERVICE EXPERT TELLSOF that contact with other women dome ', 'f
TBEV. ARE MORE' ENTITLED'TOFnoTEcnpN things ,for the state and womenEveryone The same standard" of qual z I' ? ,,

I s THAN;, SOME ; PROGRESS ORSOUTH OPPORTUNITiEfc: IN MAN of these women is now giving ity applies to our toilet goods 4",,

AND VARIED INDUSTRIESIN out their own ardor to the club

.; :BIRDS WHICH NOW ENJOY MOST ENCOURAGING members they reprelle ted. as to our drugs and medicines.

FLORIpA.. So tomato clubs Just now are a burn- w
,1 THIS PRIVILEGE. % . Only the best .admitted to
F T'*** .- ing topic as plans for crop making are ,
;
'M "'"' ,,- '0'0( BY Florida cut more than 1oo0o00,0Th<( discussed. our shelves or cases.
"", IS COMING TO THE FRONT It is surprising the sort of people I .
<' feet of lumber in 1912, say) the Manufacturers who have .tomato canning on the brain -- .
w a fLW. Washington, ,D. C., Dec. 30.-The LEAPS AND BOUNDS IN- .,
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Record.In now. Vegetable canning of all kindsis

*J skunk, which is represented throughout : MANUFACTURING.That its woodworking industries it Under discussion, but the tomatois PALACE

the countryby a number of varieties the one thing against which the DRUG STORE
used 521,141,796 feet of which 476-
genera and species Is an animalof conspiracy seems directed. i
; 000,000 feet cut in the state
economic: importance. Its the South is advancing rapidlyin were Everywhere two or three women get .
great is about 47 per cent of the total cut of together it is the text. Men are onlya .
lines evident
food consists largely of insect, mainy manufacturing 'Y
the state. Of the total quantity used, short way behind the women, too. PHONE 41 Kissimmee, Fla. FREE DELPfr
) of those species which are very from statistical records. During the Information on every phase of the : .o

(destructive to garden and forage years 1901T to 1909 in 92 different 473,000,000 feet were pines and 33- work is in demand. In dreams the 0 ***** *-* *******"**.**

Field observations and laboratory lines she gained an average of 106.3 000,000( feet were cypress. tiniest patch of tomatoes is transfigured -
.crora. Of the total 4071, J2,007 feet went into a summer supply in cans. '
examination demonstrate that : per cent against 81.2 per cent for the .o..o..oO.O o .oooo.ooo.ooo.ttoooooooo..
into mill While five acres means an increased
planing products, 55,589,000Into
they destroy immense numbers of whole country. In the manufactureof income when the tin-
unshippable are
packing boxes and crates, 35,8510-< I IT WON'T BRUSH OUT
white grubs, grasshoppers, crickets, boots and shoes in 1909 her pro-
ned.One
cut-worm., hornets, and other duct was over $60,000,000, a gain for 500 into sashes, doors, blinds and general family, asking about home can-
wasps
noxious forms. The/ alarming increase the period of 294.2 per cent. In distilled -I millwork, 9,616,235 into tobacco ners, interested me because up to two t 11I6 but it doesn't follow that it canti :
the mother had known .
boxeR, 8,545,588 into car construction years ago no-
I ; ; .f the white grub in some localities liquors her product was over I contact with any but the most exclu- :stt be taken out. We can take it
into and boat
1,591,100 ship building,
F' largely due to the extermination of $54.000,000, a gain of 326.8 per l'nt- / sive world, leading a very secluded out for you by our special cleaning -

this valuable animal. a line in which a loss would have 167,095 into vehicles and vehicle life quite anti-American. An I watched i ,

:r. been more than compensated by increased parts, and 2,06-1,271 into miscellaneous her this week the breadth of development t. process, or failing: in that,
a" S, It is a matter of common olmerva- she showed was not more 1
products. ': # we can dye the garment another
gums in other linen. In copper 1 I'
7 tion where white grubs are particular- i In these industries interesting to me than the tiny pepper .
tin, and sheet iron her productwas twentysevendifferent plants over which she hovered were t I ;. color and so make it look like
abundant in corn fields to note little I '
Hy kinds of woods of
over 19,000,000:! a gain of ,211 .:'J were used to her, while the children gloated over : ; t ' We Cleaners
S round holes burrowed in the ground i which seventeen were native to Florida 'little cucumbers, and they all reveledin ':f'I new are expert
In rice and
cent cleaning polishing
a. about hills of corn. These are made per long leaf Cuban, loblolly andshort the garden spirit. But the climaxto t d'P )'r and Dyers with a record for
her wall over ,$20,000,000),
by skunks In their search during the output leaf them was the patch of forty husky 1. y first 'lass work. If try us
I pinecypress evergreen 1 -c you
a gain of 2HO.3< per cent. In the pro- tomato plants, and the climax to me ,
; might for these grubs. During the : magnolia, red white oak white ,
a duction of ice her output of $20,000- gum I came when they dreamed details of 1 once we know you will patronize
f recent outbreak of grasshoppers in ash, i-and I how the It ._j iii __
pine yellowpoplar, hickory, to can expected crop. was
I 000 of 20i( li
was a gain <> cent >
{ Kansas It has been determined that per I sweet magnolia, mahogany, black about the last family I should have alwaysOliver's
hosiery and knit goods, output $16-; dreamed of worked I Ioooooo
oft two 1
I In years ago seeing
many cases a large proportion gang, the oak and red cedar.,
K.'ll.OOO: ( a gain of 2U.1: 1 per cent. In over canning tomatoes. Suitatorium
I up
; of these
> the food of skunks consisted I The interrelation of Industrie-I I i.
the manufacture of glass, output $11- While the two girls may not be in .
a { a grasshoppers. I : strikingly" : illustrated in the case of the line for which the canning club a. : o.o.o.ooooo..oo
4IOO! :! ( ( 2595 per cent gain. Food
I' Some of the most destructive insect i the manufacture of cigar boxes, in I| movement was inaugurated I am
I preparations IOdl3,000, 2S1.5 percent I thinking of suggesting the idea to the I - -- --
In agriculture are such as do their which\ were used last ftOR9,208
year
gam. In butte, cheese, etc, I I mother.If I 4 ?4C OOOtoo. oo.oooo.o... .M oOt.ooooo oooooo
work below ground and out of reach feet of Spanish cedar and I.GndiI :
only the girls whom it has been'
output $ ,liIg.OOO! gain :361 per cent
of method that the farmer feet of to into the work will
any cant cypress. planned bring
y Electrical machinery, $3,251,000: gain
apply and it is against many of these j The Spanish cedars\ brought from I enthuse with the same ardor the club
:256.8! per cent Cordage and twine l movement will be full awing.
that the skunk is inveterate :Mexico and Cuba often trunks the soon in
an ene- as
c4 $2,600,000, gain 254.8 per cent, and A public school teacher in a town
my. Notwithstanding all of this, now that Florida is going into the I size of telegraph poles, which are where trucking is of only recent importance PROMPT ATTENTION

i there Is probably not an animal that making business we I bought by the larger box factories tells me she can arouse no ,
rope may expect
is as ruthlessly slaughtered as i is this and converted by them into box lum- interest in the study of agriculture in
greater increases in the future. Also her The boys insist they will
I pupils.
whereas it is entitled to ber.
one, equally in the manufacture of paper the never farm, and the girls serve notice

4" protection with, If not more so than gains will be great, the percehtage of The demand for Spanish cedar has : no farmers need apply for their matrimonial -

some of our birds which enjoy this increase for the period being 753.9 'I increased with the growth of the cigar I hands and BO far this year she

y privilege. industry until both cigar box makingand has not been able to get any pupil to
: per cent on an output of $622,000. I of to school for her
bring an ear corn
(', In some regions, especially in the I This is an infant industry of great cigar making center in Florida. class work. to every requirement of our

hrk southwest, the bite of the skunk l is promise in Florida. In turned wood PoHaibilitie Are Great. But the children do take to the club
I
d !1 supposed 'to produce hydrophobia. I lines we'are much behind the rest of I' This situation points to possibilities idea. The word has sugar coated manyan depositors and clients is the

v in woodworking industries in Florida unpopular pill for children, and it
This fear f is unfounded since it is
the country, a condition which seems I'
be that the club and the
t' may yet corn invariable rule of the Citizens
inasmuch of total of 182 species
that the bite of as a
? proved a healthy to be improving as on an output of tomato canning club will pave the wayor .

skunk'is no more serious than similar $612,000 our gain was 800 per cent. of trees in the state only seventeen I popularizing agriculture study with
Bank of Kissimmee
c '. 'wounds. caused by other agencies. In cutlery and tools also we gained l I are now used. children. assuring
Meantime it Is time if it is
high
' connection with work of the l These possibilities are amplified by
In the
; 482.5 per cent on $600,000, and in to in
hoped accomplish anything your service. You
satisfactory
i M.. :Maxwell of the National
t range caterpillar investigations in photo engraving 500 per cent on expert locality this coming spring to write to

)A t northeastern Mexico it has been found 450000. Our greatest gain was in | Forest Service, in a pamphlet issued Miss Harris at the Experiment Stat- choose

"' that skunks' destroy a great many of I the humble broom factories, being,I'by, the Florida department of agriculture ion, Gainesville, and be put in line for wisely in making this

the pupae (chrysalis) of this cater-i 2380 per cent on $248,000.So i and based upon an investigation county first chance director.or an-Mrs.early Kathleen visit from Swan the depositary where check-

::4k ;1i Jllllar 'andin, fact: during September i it'\la manifest that the South, so of a co-operative kind by the state Lawson, in The Grower. your ,

and October when this food Is easily and national governments. From this ,
long in the background in the ad.

'.vailable'they prefer It!to all other. vancement ef the country :as a whole pamphlet have been derived the facts CITY AID TO PUBLICITY ing accounts, large or small,

About the middle of September it was is here set forth. t\
now ceming forward? with leaps now invited. >' '*:*,
Mr. Maxwell slows that within the St. Petersburg* is enjoying for are ;
discovered that ,webs .
many were and bounds to take her proper place
the first time municipal government "
:
"empty, the pupae having been neatly not only in agricultural pursuits but 700 mile length of Florida are found aid in the advertisement of the town. X .

\t ; extracted from the web and either car- in manufacllSres.-Ex. many species of trees belonging to The City Council is appropriatingmoney

", ;' .. ed ftff bP eaten. In- many areas fan.tainlng the northern latitudes, as well as oth- to the Board of Trade, to be
-
which semi- used in publicity work the amount be- .
l hundreds of acres from twentyfive THE FAMOUS DASHEEN ers are tropical or tropical -
ing derived from special tax levy.
;j : to seventy-five percent of the I and reach their northern limit in Thus far the St. a Petersburg Board

? i pupae had been carried off, while infew Yesterday Mr. W. N. Tolen presented the state. has received $3,445 from the Council, Citizens Bank of Kissimmee ; !

't" Isolated.places as high as nine- Going Into Flooring. which is only about half of the amount
;" the Journal office with a nice specimen that will be derived from the levy of
He that the soft woods of
;,p,i ', .,.ft.e per cent of the Hemileuca ways
.
of the new tuber, known as the the present year.
r' (Mexican range caterpillar) pupae'were dasheen, which is being introduced by Florida are going into flooring ceiling This is something that is needed in ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER,

I gone. Following these observations sash and mill products 95; per every city and town in Florida. It
the Mr. Tolen
plantedtwo
piles of skunk excrement government. cent of them being pine and cypress, is no more than right that all property President Cashier
rows upon his land at Palma Sola which is benefited by the
found which consisted In but he finds little being done with the money
, wee some
,
n. last May and he reports an average spent in advertising the town, contribute
"' hardwood.
: r 'cases almost entirely of pupae shells.\ production of over 400 bushels per to the funds used for this purpose.In 0.000000000000000000000000

o Subsequent counts made show the exit' He gives brief descriptions of the most towns, Tampa for instance, .
acre. It is something in the natureof -- -- -- --- -- --
crement found to have from sixty to'ninetyfive I. unused woods, and suggests *i commodities all such expense is borne by a com-
of a potato, but of slightly different probably suited to the char- paratively few citizens who are pub-
cent Its contentsconsisting
per flavor. Mr. Tolen used for enough to subscribe to
one row lic-spirited
of these crushed shells. On acter of many of them the following:
-.t eating and preserved the ether to I funds raised for publicity purposes. .D. G. WIIGNER I INSURE fin.
Crow/Creek Ranch there was notan Athletic goods, balls, billiard cues,. Some of the largest property ownersin
dIin' make an estimate of production from. :, .. ..
:J'r :! area observed but what had some brackets, brush backs, cane, carved the city make it a rule to refuseto / .

F; pa", 0 '/.of the Hemileuca pupae destroyed by He planted them on pine land, using I ornaments castor, chairs, clothes contribute money for such purposes. Successor to Arthur E. Donef Agency
should be
on only a medium quantity of fertilizer.He They made to do so througha
t, '4hes< ,,animals. It is thus seen that says they are fine and can be fried, I pins, curtain rings, dyowoods, easles, medium of taxation.A Rees N. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building Phone 24C .
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p j the',::contmod skunk is at the present game, grilles, handles, inlay, Insular tax of this kind hits all in proportion I
boiled baked that the
or tops are
' .o '.* time one of the most important factor i pin, knobs, manicure sets, marquetry and makes all property ownersdo

,,:' *' looking toward the control of good for greens and and the items mathematical instruments, medicinal their share towards promoting the General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and meet
are edible like asparagus.Upon his interests of the town. St. Petersburgis '
lt,7 t.i."' Hemileuca -outbreaks and heuld be extracts, musical instruments pal- Reliable companies.We .
finding that it works admirably. It
." land the tops grew about three feet
s protected: by the ranchers I in. the Ines'ted lettes, panels, parquetry, picture should be made a part of the charterof
; high, and are similar to the tops of will continue the Business ef the Arthur E.
Doaegan
'" / district. frames, rulers, shuttles, small furni- every municipality in the state.- Agency
.4 caladium. He that in this cli-
thinks Tampa Tribune. without change Your is
ture, souvenirs, spindles sporting patronage respectfully solicited.
I' I -T mate and dry land they will
i, : x j '"THE BEST SELLERS" upon grow goods, toys, trays, turnery, umbrella IMPROVED ROADS
the year round and it will be about the
: I handles veneer and woodenware. PAVE MILLIONS
'JJ. handiest crop imaginable it would ...
Opportunities Investment.In ,-
goes for
; An advertising circular us the
1' mean a continuous1-food supply. The It is estimated by the Office of Pub- !'r
of this wonderful
'Mme. I spite
of six said progressin
books which
r are to dasheen promises to be a desirable, lic Roads of the Department of Agri-
I a ,bawl had the largest sales during 191.1.:\ quickly maturing crop for the pine recent years, Florida! is !In many culture that about ten per cent of the CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR HOLIDAY

'c respects still an undeveloped state. roads in the United States im
'There Is, however an exception\ and are
lands weU hammock.Manatee
I'i' there'I. always ari exception, In these as as the The opportunities for investment in proved.If CHEAP EXCURSION FARESVIA
River Journal.
twenty cent of the public
per
:reports.of "best selller." industries there are many and varied,
.
highways were improved--each, highway -
' =s One book stands: In a class by Itself, 10 CXNT "CA8CARETS" and those suggestions of Mr. Maxwell being selected and improved with

,y' !hot 10..1" as to .the numbers) of copies FOR LIVER} AND BOWELS are extremely pertinent.TOMATO a view to the proportionate traffic I

:. ) 'fold, but In every other respect! It is ENTHUSIASM I Ih upon highway It-a high transportation degree of would efficiency.be The Atlantic Coast Line

?' .' ot only the best seller, bus tho best reached.It 1

,: ''boot :send so,, much the belt that nof' Cure tick Headaohe. Constipation I i While it is likely that some womenat is figured that millions of dollars THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

'II '.other'iomes anywhere near it Illousness, Sour Stomsoh, Bad ., the recent Fed ration of Women'sClubs would be saved annually in the trans-

.. Iho:,Christian Advocate {nfornu us Breath-Canfly CatharUo. meeting in prlando were more portation of crops, the wear and tear Tickets will be on sale from all point. on the Atlantic CoastLine

tB. thatat .'recent meeting of. the book susceptible to inoculation with tomato on horses and vehicles, and in the to all points South of the Ohio and Potomac and East of the
enthusiasm than minimizing of waste in truck
7 qtberi, yet, allowing the
.j J S',',1'yuMUherS* ai-lIr dealer In Ch| c"jf<. the. No odds how tab J your liver, stomach for an "if"-if Miss Harris succeeded farming. Wherfc roads are !had the Mississippi rivers Including Washington, Cln innati, Evansvtlle

: ";jtt. Annnwicemeot;:was made that for ev- or bowels: how much :your bead In injecting even] half as much en- farmers frequently find it impossible and Cairo for all train Dec. 17, IS, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,. 24, 25, and SI

s ,f&f.T +rr:!volume of ,tbi'.1* bestsellers' U'f ,aches, bow miserable you are from thusiasm into the general rank,of delegates to get their products to the and Jan 1, limited returning Jan. 6; and to many point. In lie,

'I r tuopeJdch'; 'ye4r'a"carload of'Billet' i* constipation? Indigestion. biliousnessand as she did in to"those J have met points, and thu* perishable products Northweet and Southwest .on Dee 20, 21 and 22, limited
; returning
sluttish 'bowel*-you always eel since the gathering, tomato'canning ate wasted, perceptibly increasing the
1 .t q.i 4..winufacturetki'lWhat), a, testbtfony: to relief with Cascarets. They Immediately club are due to [multiply at a compound cost of living. January IS. Also to Key Weal and Havana Dee. 14th, 18th and

! ', ':*, ;. hl*>ncicnt Book I which so>>' many off cleanse and( regulate,the stomach '1 rate before the spring tomato' In the five ye.rs preceding March 21st, with limit of Jan. S, 191. *. .

" : \' *:t.' bold) A'tAvsacred rVgard |The' Bible remove' the'couV.; fermenting food crop is In time, indeed.of this 11112, the Office of Public Roads hati{ For further particulars; schedules, reservations
and foul'gales take the excess bile ' etc., apply to .
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; canning club wavi, to built 125 lesson roads in all
\ 1t < ..': !m-r.tw, of 'the' ', trld tando < the keeps gathering object Ticket Agents, Atlantic Coast Line address
, .i. from Us liver and carry ofl con- itself converts arjd/ develop to, the about three hundred miles of road or

f ,4 ', 'j: J' the.front; Other book'car nut stlpaMd waste' matter ''and poison' proportions of w ich the idea Is-cap., fifteei feet wide, and by expert advice J. G. Rirkland T.'.C. whit-

JltePjJn) 4kht\t ot'> ; itT: 'A"" cording"*to 'fr'oIql\h"lote.toe., 'and' bowels. A. I able the citrus tree .fruit mar.,,I Iook to Aided in the formulation of more than"six Division Passenger-Agent, General j'
; 10-c al box from>> your druggist 11' 11'keep' Passengg ; Nee" ''published llaa t w..k' theSlue its laurels as eanonym,. hundred and fifty model, country ./,
societies ind.-other' your DY'et'au4 bowels clean t, .Miss Harris ha the valuable'capaci, road systems, .re ltJng in most Tampa, Fla. Wilmington, N. C ,
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Issi ed'duringJ ; months. They work while'ou'sleepAPy IS .80'r: ,
pnintirigJ3iblea: L lit. "*> ' *,There are public peekera sad weUlrsw.rkera also assisted twenty-alx states la, .. :"

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i \ 'KISSimittEE" LUMBER ; CO. DO YOU WAND

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. ii a story of a, ma!& 'without words.. .
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYIMnifllMllllllllllllllimilillll I I Also It la a true .story, however much i , I tE
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No ever head John S. Smith,
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Fifty-eighth street and Monroe avenue / I u i.

-- say, "ITJ, buy Ihe! next round." i .

A ft .: yC.A.I280N::: :FA ERy voice Neither in thosq did paid impassioned eVer'\ hear words Smith's com- I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body I, .

;;fI.1 .. :INi3VFANC monly accepted as proper at a cer- :'
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" 1 ur. .. tain point ofj courtship: of a man to
.w Successor to the Dozier l eitner Agency maid. Yet it wasn't because Mr, .

Smith never "bought," for he is a so- Thousand Acres. J r
State Bank Building .
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ciable fello'v. And it isn't because
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tie never courted or was bashful, for A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a *
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he has had 'Jove affairs. One them
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-- :uuuunm::: serious. He' Took a Vow. Full Description and Terms of Sale. "

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GeA.: .YBT::>NE G.A.RDE The whole thing in a nutshell is -

that John $mith, at the early age of
Railroad Ave. and Dittos St.'Ki*.iinmee, Fla. vowed And the l
eight years a vow. D. G' McKAY V" .
Now have ready for setting out: things that would ordinarily move a Ii : '

Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants man to say things contrary to the .

Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants (I city ordinances and in violation of

Tomato Plants 'j the peace and dignity of things in i KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA.

And will soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable
that grow best in this country, by 100 or 1000. forget that vow. The vow was that ...rvi
II never again would he speak except to _t ,r
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Enquire of NICK ROGERO, Supt.C. -- ", i
mother, his brothers and sisters.
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Since then lla voice-1; as not been heardof i IT "SOUa CmLD la: CROSS,

man, Selah. Once, five years ago, ; FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED
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a story was written about him. Smith
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THE H. G. SIEVER ,
C. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary thought it strange that his silence was ..
worth a story, for to him refrain- !I Look Mother! If tongue U coated, .
cleans. little bowels with "Call-
.-/ The Waters & Carson ing thing from as speech)breathing.is as commonplacea I I fornla Syrup of Flgs"Mothers REALTY COMPANY ; '

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NOT IN ,THE TRUST
lie spent a week building a fence

for a man and when he was throughthe !, eau rest easy "after giving 10,000 acre Stock Fan, a bargain if take at eaca, '
"California of because In
Syrup Figs
Grocery Company owner of the fence, or more prop- a few hours all the clogged-up waste, $5.00 per' acre. .:- -f- -:. -I- -t- -:- .
erly the land around which Smith's sour bile and fermenting food gently Prairie Laad, Oro,*'Groves, Hit Hamsseck Lode, Timber. Laaa ;
labor was, In the shape of a fence, snores out of the bowels, and you have
declined to pay either for the laboror a well, playful child again. Laid at AD Price aad e* Easy T..... ... &
the material.All Sick children needn't be coaxed to 2,000 aero Stock Raach, will clasp* Leif. ..... "
Wholesale and Retail Dealers I. raw wouldn't have said take this harmless "fruit laxative. for otkor real estatet. -t- -1'- _!_ .!.. i' .
you who Millions of mothers keep It handy because
things about that time, stand up. The they know Its action on the / '
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/1 GROCERIES ayes have'it. and stomach aura.\liver and bowels Is prompt Orange Groves all sizes and prices

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But not I 14r. Smith. He broke his
Ask yoUr druggist/ for a SO-cent bottle KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
pencil point numerous times, to l te of "California Syrup of Figs," which ri

. . . . .. 4 . . . .4....0.. ........4 sure, and he'' used up his notebook, contains directions for babies, children. I I ) "
4. but the only' place there was a word I of all ages and for grownups.once .

.. WE SELL: 4 WE BUY: that couldn't be used on the most polite ,

". .. HAY, .. .. HIDES, occasion was between the lines. I here and experience the delightful I I T. N. CLARK' Treasurer J. H. LINDSEY,, 'Secretary.
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.. GRAIN, d 4 In never talking he has learned the climate, the vast hidden wealth in I THE -. 'f/1 ;.
FURS, art of what hot to say. the undeveloped resources and unprecedented '' f

O FERTILIZERS 4 \ 4 4 -Nothing to Marriage. opportunities on every hand t opt 1 m US FurhiUif-e'
WOOL, 4 are simply amazed at the true situa
SHINGLES 4 4. 4 That merely to illustrate what a tion.And I I
hold this voW has had upon the con it is from the flattering reports "

:. ORANGE BOXES, 4 4 AND sciousness ot! John Smith, it is only distributed broadcast over the country and
Manufaeturlng'COMPANY
4 by these actual witnesses to the un
... WRAPS 4 4 ALL right to explain, of course, that he equalled advantages] for people to locate : e
ORANGE ,
; came from a family who were inclined here and make good that is mak..1
that K has and two ing Florida one of the most cosmopolitan 4,
VEGETABLE CRATES, 4 COUNTRY way. e a Brother :
,..::.>. 4 sisters, all o: ,,\whom, those who have sections -ini; the country and .. .. .. 'y
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,:,:'\I.:I .. O CRATE NAILS, 4 4 PRODUCE. 4 known them Ince childhod say, were will best ultimately known, most make for eagerly it one sought of the FURNITURE, OFFICE FIXTURES. CABINET WORK,. ,ETC., *' f

: . 44. .... . . . : :. .4 .0.... ......: inclined to 8i ence. Not one of them places fay people Seeking} to better GENERAL' CARPENTER CONTRACTING. -f ,. ., ". >
ever would r cite a lesson in school, their conditions, in fact, the Utopiafor Estimates ..., App cade.. '. T. L. ,CURRY,' 1p.Myfylyty'1 !
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speak to ] or her teacher, until people of any] section.- 0(
We sell field and garden seeds of all Idn/ls. or lie Unconsciously the: people of the .
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We give special attention to fitting out hunt lag and camping paruoa.. after they had passed the fourth whole state of Florida are gradually '" '
Free delivery In city tin it.. Phone No 12. grade. Then '(their speech was meager and surely aproaphing a communityof $ $''IIy1y1y1 $1y1f1f.$ $ $ .f1$ 1. 1 S..1's.
,-,. -nrfft f W. are count agents for II"'od fertilize A.k us fir clrcalars lad and was brought about only by dras- hustlers, the state becoming an i / dux
"'\ Ii cises. prieos on fertilise. tic measures, including direct appli- immense beehive of activity from one I } j RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HQME' VAs
.- talk- end to the other, and no state is more other interests living there, I offer for sale J ': .
cation by their teachers. They rapidly a monopoly of that J j prevent my my ;
ed what they had to, and other than condition acquiring', if suck is to be had, as a I ffi place on Fish Lake four and a half miles from Ki.. mm.. and equi.

that held their silence. But when brief conversation with people from distant from St, Cloud. ,,
Cupid got to v{orlt on them he loosed sections having the reputation of getting ''I This property comprise: over 20 acres of good (land. and .ha'
IN FLORIDA there will readily admit. 660 feet the lake front Excellent '
their tongues-tall but John's. Even on fishing. I II
And for all th forward movement I
Special Bargains love-well, John' Smith sums up mar- I there is a tangible s reason which I is, I The land U half fruit and balance muck. Has house almeet; ; 1' r.

riage this wise' largely in evidence! in every sectionof new story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the.house, two well.., s
"There's nothkn' in it." the state by reason of its natural (one .of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good ojut-buildiag.;: (
environment, its salubrious climate barns aad chicken r
We have some good property in Florida owned by non-residents who Ills Love Affair. with its even temperature experiencedat runs.County ,
road and C. L. Railroad south end of lot
A. through
.... and furnish life marked" with all of the and consequent run
wilt sell at bargain prices- on favorable terms of payment, can John Smith's ;, was seasons year -
t' with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. ,
lake front affair. One diversified opportunities pre-
thing desired in the way of splendid cringe groves, property one serious love night
any sented in the typography and soil, Cloud Title to perfect. Price reasonable and terms-
property very e ,1i
lands in the artesian belt with good flowing wells. John Smith to the conclusion
stock farms or fine trucking which is a guarantee of rich return given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentii. Box $196. Kistimnwa Fla.i .
I) __ No. 220. We have a ten-acre tract of land ,bout ,two miles from the that a certain cafe ot conversation"I for the man wh, tills it.or the investment :i I '7t1"L", -

city limits of KUsimmee that has 3 1.2 acres In cultivation,besides fenced with 80 In the he wrote family '" be question a bad In thing his, I of unlike capitalNot the people of other sec- i!W !ffi tfi !WK\ X!m ffi W!ffiSR(! !Hi !H.Hi !ifi!K ! !Ii !Ii!Ii!Ii
and 8 tangerine trees, some flili
grapefruit 8
woven wire, with 50 orange tions who have gradually become a ,
figs, guavas, splendid peach trees and fine strawberr ypatch just beginningto notebook and handed it across to the community of bustlers by their per '

bear. 6 1-2 acres more fenced with barb-wire, partly cleared. This is girl. I'sistent progressiveness| the true spirit L
owned by a minister! who is not living on the land and is willing to sacrifice "Sure, John, I'II marry you," she of those of Florida was succinctly I: "
after rading it, "but you'll stated by the manager of one of the
replied,
it. Offers the property for $650 for immediate acceptance. Cheap at $1,000. | large development companies who remarked "DIXIE QUALITY VI
Time can be had on $2fO( if desired, good title and everything right. sure maid tall if I do. I'm not going when complimented on the I I l
No. 221. 5 acres of land in the suburbs of Kissimmee. Has large garden to situ across the table from extent of the work accomplished: 1 1S i
in cultivation .and fenced. 4-room house, splendid well of good soft a man who wont talk to me." I"We are not talking much, but we're I <
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something all the time. And ,
> John Smith'a ce took on a rather doing S i'
for nice citrus.fruit and to engage I ,
water, chicken h use. Splendid place grove that is a condition intowhich Floridians I
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in the poultry business. Owned by Cleveland, Ohio, man, who has au- crestfallen look it was only for | are rapidly]progressing: they are
tfcorixed us to sell for $800; will give time on $300 if necessary. Here one a moment. Ije; studied a minute, j getting there, at results in all sections .Aftoaym tits Bt and

conld Save the advantages of school and six churches. good markets, etc., grunted, picked up has hat and left. are the best proofs. |I III i I Can *f Motion Show I
And he didn't back Instead he No better argument of the confidence
and still enjoy the freedom of the country. II f in the future ef the state could be
No. 333. 60 acres of land 1 1-2 mile from railroad s ;tlon. Land lies went. fishing an trapping. produced than .the willingness, even CkHdrea's Matiaee Saturdays a"I.1Wa.8 14. P II;

comparatively level, good productive soil, exceptionally'good orange land 'Why doesn't a talk 1 You'll have eagerness of the most astute financiers 3 P.M.: Other dsys :,. -..7116 PvJ.i: ,:'
with about 20 acres in cultivation, fenced and cross fenced. 6 acres bearing to ask some of s friends. And each l with capital, to make investments I Y
orange grove loaded down with fruit at the present time 4 room house, good one of them will tell a different story. here. 1C.. is also to.be observed .' ,"
atable. 1 1-4 mile from railway station, school and chnrch. Price $4500 that none who have, with good judgment .I.
one'lt is..1 his father i
including this year's crop, or $4000 with crop reserved. Time can-be had lay whipped invested in portion of IorIda's ;
any
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him when he a boy because he is passed over unnot ced. 'JWe .seem to outward the poise of the man of .. }
if desired. storehou of wealth willingto
on 81600 believe that it is rood to find fault affairs toda ) i *.-" .+, _t ;f"
No. 335. Stock farm containing 600 acres 6 miles from town 1-2 mile wouldn"t talk, a d he became all the part with 04 relinquish- grip on I with everything w i can, and neglect "We read'' h> says. "that' man'" .Is,'"III!, ,
from good school where Sunday school, Christian'Endeavor:and church services more determine not to talk Others I I any of it, but'on the contrary, is to say the hones Words of praise that old and worn ou\ at 60, but statistics,' t : y,
held, good neighborhood, surrounded by 'orange groves, good I watching for tnore opportunities for .called for. that the ,
are say his mother hipped him because after all, are.more often prove average length of life; :
homes.- This fine pasture land adjoins lake. Nearly 600 acres prairie land I investing realising) that they are being is between six and "
\ seven longer :
fashioi I. years
he talked too ch, but most of his I And this .of.-co'snplaining : .;",
covered with heavy growth of grass, fenced hogtoght and cross fenced. sought by the wise ones who are carefully ,I than a century Wives and.chu j;
.. About 100 acres of orange land. Owner is in other lines of industry and advises friends Bay the, e never was such a !' studying the. situation knowing i, carried to the hfehest things. We dren are better sfo.cared for better,eel.;?. -jO. J,;
us to sell. Exceptional bargainwith favorable terms of payment If time This muc 1s t certain: No one I that these opportunities are gradually :j listen to harrowin accounts of many' ucated, dressed, entertained. are '
interested in good propositions/where' easy money can be made growing cattle "uuide the f i1y circle bas heard I slipping into the hands of shrewd in- and various diseas a and yet. according )-'i healthier happie, more beautiful ",tJ I';'
feed excepting and where a fine I vestors.-Fort Pierce News. to eminent a< thori the world I
'that will never require any pasture his voice, In a grunt, for thlr- y than In tlif fcistoryiof the world .as w y. 4..4knqw ,-
excep I til thfc time. ',
grove can be propogated will do well to inveetlgate tbissplendld bargain. is growing biter Man i It JVj M "
We can furnish stock farms any size from 160 acres- to. 50,000 acres inone ty-thre. yearll\ I THE WORLD GROWS BETTER is happier" hasidsoi ner*, better housed''' And wouldn't ,it)'be fine if'psopftacquired "l.t'
tract. Cattle industry in Florida is a big paying proposition, because If the numt er of complaints voicedby and clothed atd m ore' charitable and th# habit of expressing their(; 'I
avoid severe storms, long* feeding., terms necessary in the north. Write us LIVE WIRIN, FLORIDA the avers e person during a day his better ways of Ivtng-have already, gratitude for this 4nd,kindred.benefits
'" .' for bargains alarm .property, stock ranches, orange groves, or splendid Permeating very section of the were put in a] balance to be weighed added,six years on aa average* to his: ? Honest appqryefation': of" 'ourblessings :""
'j\" trucking farms. state of Florida a mutual co.operationof against the number 6t praises Irs sang, 'life iii the last cehtnryC; "V ,3 V r< for. jo;
,"A: . aU cl..... f citizenship for the it is probable\ hat the latter would go Dr. John. W. } <.rrrheAmerican many complaints Miami. Metropolis. "
REALTY betterment..of 'communlty, and the soaring quite out of sight from the I Fraetit .Intbt/'tn.'about : : .t
; ,NELSON CO. &"f'Uteat'deye1 ment of its, limitedresources heavy weight at the other'end. this improvement "even'1 1thoue TheVhing-- ..hanobody t.ev rybodygtves.an4l) : '
; .- fa In dence.:" This united It is sort of taken( for ranted that the stresa// and strain of i life .Ukee1.l ii idy ceY '" .. ' J. ,
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1 effort h enllatln the list wires of Wa ftIs all right 'to growl, are ,..." u "', ;11. "-/II"'''.
,Rear _' v. lug:: Florida the sea for p.ople iron ;several hand d (Imes that they ,.....<, ar4Ueaaif 3./ (astroIntestinaldisturbances ; "' '.
'.aU ,sections I 51. cUmu' who.: ,when''appeared. flaky i.'and" 'delicious! arereakfast yet one.is amazed atthe, loaid'.trai:'."honeleai'esttiiL.2.-.Y, : ; ."I.'
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THE ti SSIMME&'V_ 'LaET: 'GAZETTE, ?JMAMRY '+sb

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o{ Pythias, of which order' he:was. -a HYATTf"*"- Trbysldan -.,
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,:. ..i i t. +.. member' ) conducted ritualistic*ser- Union Center Brwtctotis s ao4 ,
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If F Orangi Center II ) T Surgeon i'phon.s .' ,
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_t LEWIS, 'O'bRYAN vie it the grave. Emerson was, ., *' ,,
,' r well known and esteemed by everyone 1:1 I .. KJssimme.
!ATTORNEY LAW" Pear Gazette; 1: I her a.an honest and honorable) gen j Rev. .Geo":' Wetbe'of Tampa or AsthmaBirch Of Res.flee 248, 1 7\ Florida, :

'!) Our Christmas t at Orange ,.Ceator,tleman. H* was at pne time the owner filled the, 'appointment of Rev.;,:Wyandt l',

_ SPECIALIZING IN has Indeed been i merry one. Wtn} and:manager of thf machine,shops .of Sunday morning and evtening. Two "" "t I ,;
> / the Christinas trees, ,the dance and this city most Interesting unnon \were enjoyedby Mountain Herb Tea, DR., Jl'W. 19IMPSOI .,, ;' "

,..ABSTRACT % the" merry ", akin,. generally, everyone ". Charles Swick has removed with a large'congregation Has Equal Nothing JPENTI8T.Upstairs] .
v his Orlandoto Mr..and Mrs. Fee.1 and daughter no '
here seems *app, IIn' and In'a family'from this city to Floyd M\!\ ,
.l>.( j AND, <\ fitting frame. of nind I.tQ I begin the live. |_ ..'1 Mary Etta, 'of Orlando, were the Just as 1 Good. In Katz Building.. It .,

" \ TITL.E'WO.RK. ,, Now, Year* the' right, way.' Old 1918 The Misses Eldredge are at' hometo guests of their parents, r. and Mrs. .preen. Houak,: l.r. "1:30 a. too BB.6IS:to pa m.m. '

; r. ." "' Jut*".been-good tows| in hat abu has spend the Christmas vacation.from J, G. Harvey, through t a holidays Better than any ready-made media ,...1..pboll.lIldi 70. ... .TuD 5.Ivr. ".: .r1DR
Il STATE, BANK BLOC.Mrt people whom we college.T. They were accompanied 54 their home : .
_ brought us some new cines. It U and 'guaranteedmore .. -
+*.*O"000000008000 are glad indeed to have with u., and M. Byars: H. II. Witheringtonand by; Miss Ruth Harvey. effective purer than 'anything : : w. wr; CARSON n \' ,

.1' young 1914 sends,; word that she has D. W. Clark Colored over to Orlando Miss Evelyn Smith and >lr. Everett known to the medical profession. DEN'tI e '

-- :- -- -- good things in store for us. Keep Monday with Fred Ulrich in his Smith were the guests of he. Lawson Made: at home in. five minuteseven -* .

_ :*i.. .oooooo. .. .o.oooo..o your eye on us for we are growing. Overland ''auto. family Sunday aft nooon by a child. Purely vegetableand Office ever 9oIe'.\ ewelryStor.;

yr 'TH Messrs. F. King and F. Campbellwere Sam Jenkins was fined $10 and costa I George WetherbeV wife were contains no alcohol,'narcotics I Office Hours12' 1-(

,,Christmas guests of Mr. Stokes. in police ''court Monday for drunk and I the guests of his 'parent.., Mr. and or poison. If you are a sufferer Office phone 158 ':

ManhattanHotel Robt. 'Ivey and wife spent the holidays disorderly conduct. I. Mrs. Ira Wetherbee,f Sr., several days form Asthma, Re.ldence'23 ;1
The ladies of Methodist last week. I II Gas administered for extractionf teeth )
with friei da'and relatives in Orange the missionary I and I Bronchitis or in : _. '
.,(I Center. society wilj' give a New Year's .I Mrs. H. E. LighUey ) daughter fact any throat, ''I H. S. GEIGER \ -

f, \ The Christmas, tree at the church reception to Mrs.. Howard Van Dick Mildred are the guests of: her parents lung, stomach, DR. PlITilClAir ANa atJaOIb ,
;Special Attention to was thoroughly enjoyed by old and at the home of'' Mrs. Alfred Eldredgeon Mr. and Mrs j. K. Milliard and kidney or bladder Citizens Bank Builfing .

r :the Traveling.., Public young. The hones was, beautifully next Thursday afternoon from 3 family of this plac;,. I f trouble,get Kissimmee, FloridaPhones , I,',
r' decorated and the program very Inter. to 5 o'clock at which time all the I The orange work{ has begun again yourself a can Office 297 or 64 \" -
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A. C. L DepotKISSIMMEE eating. ladies of the town are cordially .invited at Funk's packingJT'hou e< Everyoneseems ,' of Birch Moun- Residence, 266. 14-17' .
Mrt Geo. Casaity, wife and mother- j I to attend. to be emplo d.I I tain Herb Tea ,

., FLA. in'-law came last week to make their j I If anyone doubts the productiveness Henry Peevey I iq down from Orlando ct once and if M. RIVERS, M. D. .
i \ home here.and improve their property.Mr. i of the soil around Apopka we would I looking after the orange work you will start to 'r o

.. \ Cassity has put three men to work I I invite them to inspect the garden of on the Philips and Peevey grove. lie taking it regularly, you will beginto PHYSICIAN and SURGEON \
'' clearing. lie expects to put out four Mr. Cooper, just east of town. No is a much welcomed visitor and is at feel if life worth Office over Osceola Pharmacy ,. .,
as was
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acres to trees in February. 'further argument would be necessary the home of Mr. Barber' and family.The and in a very short time you will PROVES1 J l Residence 83 '.

M. TILLER Mr. 'Theo. Chapman of Alberta to convince the most skeptical as there teacher, Miss:'Pearl Swinney and see a wonderful change! in your Dfflce 146w.L

Can., was another Christmas gift to you will see lettuce, beets radishes, : he school children i are enjoying a condition. It is effective in ..

1 Real Estate Agency.a.NNNaaNNN.. Orange Center and will begin improv- onions parsley kale and everythingof 'most' pleasant vacation i severe cases cf f Catarrh. I La Grippe, I WINN .

ing at once. that kind growing as fine a& the I The county roads ark being Improved Whooping Cough, Colds, Coughsand PHYSICIANOffice

Tom Jones of Iowa was an Orange I eye ever beheld. Mr. Cooper is a by the pebple of this plac'l? NI ht.sweats.: Our guaranteegoes

; : Realty bought and sold. Center visitor this week. Mr. Jones good Kansas farmer and is not afraid I which have needed attention for some with every can and if it does 2nd Floor Willson Building.

J Houses rented. had been told tome woolly stories of I to apply some of the methods of the time. We wish to thank all who not benefit you, your druggist will RlUlDBNCC ProNB PnONK Y7 .13Orricm : xiealrraFWUaA..

Taxes paid and Tit lest verified ; us which he found to be untrue, Mr. 'Sunflower State to the soil of the took part in the good| work. refund you your money.

kg, ) for non-residents. Jones found conditions so different i Sunshine State, and he can convince Mr. Rosier Lawson is spending the BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., .. \
P. A. VAN8 AGMKW W. caAWPoaa'V'ANS
i' Fire, Life and Accident ]Insurance from what he had been told he declared !I anyone that proper cultivation of the holidays at home. -Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A. CRAWFORDAT'ICRNEYS
AGNEW A
Mrs. J. K. Hilliard\ and mother (
that hq liked Orange Center soil will produce satisfactory results. ,
Sold by Kissiramee Drug Co. JO alma -
Indemnity Bonds. and the surroundings better than anyplace 'I We wish that more of our citizens Mrs. E. F. Masters, left Monday for Ftorlaa. ; .AT.LAW

he had yet seen in Florida and 'I' would take pattern after Mr. Cooper Lake City, where they will spend mea. . I
I I t --- - -- --- office.45.: Cltlienr 114011 Budd/ag/
intended returning at a later date. ,[, then our community would be much several days. 'r I I Kissimmee Florida

? Mr. A. C. Stevanson and son, L C.,,,,, more prosperous than it now is. Mr. Dickerson and family of Kis-

of Harris, Kans., were guexts at the Apopka has been filled with guests, simmee motored over Sunday after I
S. II. HILLOCK Pines part of thin week. Their praise tourists and homeseekers for the past noon to the Lawton home and spent Citrus andOrnamental II.D. GE1GEK. \

was hearty and unstinted. I i few days and everyone seems delighted several hours. I Trees
with the outlook and all are loudin The Christian Endeavor was heldat ATTORNEYATLAWOffice
REAL ESTATE
their praises of what they see in the regular hoUrs Sunday evening{, State Bunk Building

nSTTRAiScEExamination II and around Apopka. Everyone who Mrs. lIaye as leader. Teasly lIu hey
II ApopkaMrs. Hedge Shrubs and?Flowers Kissimmee Florida
:i has come for the first time and has :! will be in charge of the next meeting. =

l been shown around expresses delightand i .1
of Titles a Willie Burnley of Atlanta, Ga., the wonder Is that the town has holidays I Landscape GardeningJ. Q.EO. F. PARKER.

came home to spend the holidays with I not built up more. But the only reason 'Saturday, and ported having a tine Schnanr & Co. Insecticide I' Attorney-at-Law. -
i
,, Specialty. her parents. Postmaster and Mrs. W. 'I is the outside world has not as I time. (Sold under U. S. 'G. recommend) Collections and Conveyancing

L Correioondence Solicited. T. Wilson ; yet discovered what a lovely spot this Miss Bessie Lawson, after spending Specialties.

? . George and '' ChaJ'lell McClure are is and learn that at Apopka the soil the holidays at home, will return on Lime Sulphur Mixture for 112H Broadway.
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at home from (.Sanford to spend the I gives wealth and breezes give health. I Sunday to Campbell and finish the remainder Flowers, Etc. Spray pumps,

n... holidays with their parents, Mr. and I' When Apopka i i. advertised as she of her scho J.j both hand and truck. G} F. KRIBBS '
Mm. 11. II. McClure deserves to be then we will see her j Mrs. L. H. O/ohoon of Kissimmee
They
were accompanied
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:.CW., GRIFFINStaple by their friend, Mr. McDonald grow and prosper as she never has spent several days with Mrs. I. llI H, Edmund Swabey, Agt. I ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA.
before. ARGUS. I Wetherbee the past week. Examination of Titles
who visited several days with\ I I a Specialy.
; and Fancy them. I\ The family of G. B. Lawson has at I Residence 9 Orlando Ave. II Notification and payment of taxes of .,
Mr. Charles Swick had the mirfor- AMERICANS GREATEST i last occupied their new home and is P. O. B. 625 non-residents given careful

tune to get his arm dislocated a few I NEWSPAPER READERS making it a well enjoyed move.: 1 attention. .

GROCERIES I: I Joseph E. Harvey and brother, Fred,
day. ago by a horse falling with him I Further proof of the oft repeated I Pat Josnston. G. P. Garrett
. were business transactors of Klsslm-
c throwing him to the ground. statement that the American publicis &: GARRETT
Willie\ Wilson of Palatka is visit- the greatest newspaper reading I mee Tuesday. J. W. Thompson JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law

Free, Delivery, 'to all Parts ing the family of his uncle, B. F. Wilson the public Department in the world of Commerce developed in Wash-when' The entertainment and Xmas tree FUNERAL DIRECTORand Offices 10, 11 ,&: 12
given by the Sunday school of this I
* in this city I ington issued a bulletin dealing with Citizens Bank Bldg.,
of <<
.1tY'
Jb ;,,, place proved tp be a success. The
Dr. W. G. Method, who has spent the printing and I I publishing industry Kissimmee, Florida. .
in the United States.In weather being caused the crowdto ,
poor
? the Christinas: holidays here, with hi. LICENSED EMBALMER /
?, 1909 there were 31,445 separate be less it would have been .. '
than but
;
.
.- '_ parents, has,'returned Jto Pensacola to LOUIS o.MAMS-T PlCI'OJI W"1UoOW .:
establishments in; the industry; 888440 ,- awfully\ tat.Counsel for Judnoftb '
the house was crowded. Each 1.1.
\' dieleresc.'beaw..n resume, his duties In. his dental par. ,in Florid.R.H. Cooun.
; 'What Is the sheep, persons en gaped the industry, Crimlul CWrt r : \i
la, pastor and in our>ahepTJ' lors., : J of which 258,434 ((were wage earners, committee perfbrmed their part well, store and Chapel, Stewart' Ave. ]MASSEY\ [ &; WARLOWATTORNEYS I.., )'i i
4 decorating
but the committee deserves
''The'Christmas] tree given at the and the capital invested amounted to

; & Methodist church last Thursday even- $588,345,708. New York state led all | more credit. The tree was decorated 088DD1Em. '. FLORIDA.QRAYSTONE AND COUNSELLOS! ,
Li. others in printing newspapers, peri- I I the best of any time yet. The pro- AT LAW ;
dr and
ing was largely a most odicals _
attended books. It
and
employed
i, one- Practice) in all the Court of the htata. aad at
enjoyable time w,s spent by both old I I fourth of all the wage earners and I I gram was nicely arranged and well the United Statn. ml.o bcfora the Florida Bail
and young. sent forth three-tenths of the total i I carried out. It was arranged an follows road Commliuk.il. and tb. Interatata. C emmp, f _
I CommiMiion.
The large doll [that was placed on products. Illinois ranked second and I ] : Ir ; TI $ 11-K CHAKl.KflTOM BLUfl., ORLANDO.FLA.

exhibition at :Met: eod's store some I Pennsylvania There were third.2,600 daily publications i, Opening song by the choir, "Joy I ; ___ ___ Mlyr
,
time before Christinas to be given to reported in 1909, as compared with 2- I lof the World. y JOHNSON
the person who guessed her name, and 452 in 1904, and 2,226 in 1899. Of Recitation by Annie Story. I .1NDRE

a guess given with every purchase of these 2,600 dailies, 760 were morning Recitation by Jennie Myers. I 1-1New SPEC ttC'TNE: TEH ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Hw .

five cents' worth of candy, was not I papers and 1,840 afternoon or-evening Recitation by Vivian Floyd. and Hfcond-hand autom'1- I' Will Practice in all Courts _
1o- 4 papers. The circulation of newspapers 4. but" for Bale from 1200 to +
yw claimed by any one, as out of the en- published in 10 cities-New York, Song by the choir. Z.000. at. Graj stone Garage State and Federal
tire list of Chicago, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Boston Song by 16 Small children. i & Dazaar.H. : Office adjoining Broadway
no
guesses one happenedto t
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Cleveland HURMM, Prtp R.D. MUTES, Ht.' Citizens Bank Kissimmee
153 select the shaple little name of'Vera" Baltimare, Pittaburg, Fern drill by eight young ladies.
Buffalo and San Francisco-constituted Lena 1 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
'' Dialogue, Harvey Gladys
rru-/ : which wquld have Miss
won
47 cent of the total cir- j
per daily H. JENKINS
jv. Just the name! Vera as a Christmas prize, but after culation of the entire country for Barber. 1I I Tp.
i ir air 1909, as against 50,5 cent in Song by the choir.Play"Christmas .
.. efforts had failed Mr. W. T. Champ- per 1904. SURVEYOR r
neys purchased Miss Vera for his little This change shows that the circulationof I at the Cross 'THE OLD RELIABLE'

.. ; daughter for :the of newspapers outside of the great Roads. Fraternity Hall Cisslmmee,, Fla.
sum $2. centers of population has been increas-
,' IU"Sheep" on'the range Mr. I. I. Turner' our barber while ing during the past few years more Delivery of presents from Santa Plumbing, Tin, Sheet .S(

his father-in-law rapidly than that of in those Claus. .A. J. HICKS
f visiting at Orlando papers DR.
(And,on the HID tops, last week was thrown from a horse centers. The circulation of the news- The evening was well enjoyed by Iron and Metal Shop Physician

"Sheep" in the pastures and severely and papers published I in New York City the people of the community and many and Surgeon _
hurt as a conscience constituted 16.9 per' cent of the total
'But here its 'Miitton Chops' has been unable to return home. for all dailies in the country in 1909, visitors. Office Phones
Headquarters for allup-to-date Sanitary
He is Improving, however and is ex- as compared with 18.3 per cent in Miss Ruth Harvey returned home Plumbing Supplies. We handle State Bank Bid. Office: 41-Bes. 40

9m should pected to return horn? within the next 1904... Tuesday after several days' visit in nothing in the bath room linen except
If!. you call for "Sheep day or so. Orlando with her sister Mrs. Floyd fixtures that carry the Green Lable, .
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, which insures the best OOOOOOOOOOOO..OOOo..O. ..
Peele.
; quality.We
very
"
a oPs we" would be apt to The infant daughter of Mr. and HAIR STOPS FALLING .. employ none but the best me- ..

snule.:::. (Ask for: Mutton Chops sick Mrs.dst W. this G. Taltpn week.is reported on the Twas asked the other day in what chanics to install our plumbing. Dann & Dann -
Save your Halrl Get a 29 cent bottleof way.a pretty girl resembled a Christmas In connection with
our plumbing
Lr you:' will find them nice for a Mr. G. Harod''! has installed a new Danderlne right now-Also. tree. Tar and feathers are not shop we have a dtalge.: pas light in front of his restaurant stops Itching scalp. too good for the crusty bachelor who Shop, in which we make anything Grocery Company .
makes this an..r--"Becau.e the chief
+ Central and in the Sheet Metal line to order. Our
>n avenpe should be fol- -101 .
to
BroadwayAh
use of both I. hang pretty things ..
t s. lowed by the cisy installing, more. Thin brittle colorless and scraggy on."-Norfolk VirginianPilot.Some specialties are Blow Pipe, Artistic
hair Metal Ceilings Roofing Guttering .
Is mute evidence of a neglected ,
f "?.t B. F. Wilson\ was called to Palatka scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf. aarrp\ Spouting, Cornice, Skylights\ and Ven- Operates the Cleanest Store
men too polite to grab
last week to attend the funeral of his There Is nothing ao destructive to tilators. We carry in stock a complete
RULL @ :MARKET mother, whose ''death occurred on the hair as dandruff. It robs thIS hair opportunity. '. !line of Copper, Galvanized Iron, Roof- and Sells the Freshest Groceriesof

+Jl H J.. H _, *f ty Christmas eve kt the advanced age of Its lustre. Its ptrength and Its very As woman's years increase so do her ing and Bright Tim. All work doneen Any House in Kissimmee. I ..
life feverish. short notice and guaranteed to
ORDIA11A55.tMaD' ; eventually producing a
'
. r of 87'Jeara. f j ruses.
satisfaction.
Our
give
new and Itching of the scalp, whichIf I prices are o..oo..t..o.....
A ho.ho\ r has been added to not remedied cause. the hair roots reasonable. Give us a trial and be
? lyI"N the working of Hull's blacksmithand to shrink loosen ;and 'die-then the Advertising lu;'; the Valley .Gasett convinced.
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repair shop, which is also a great hair falls out fast. A little Danderlne always produces Vesulta.EXPERT; -"
,. 0,+00' 0000,000000000Srigg \ tonight-now-any' time-.;IH surely I ---::-- R. F. PARKER .
convenient to people.
our save your hair. R. L. Starling:
"'1. r Miss Ruth Wilson\ left Monday to Get a 25 rent bottle of Knowlvan's : Mgr.E. .

;\' : ; attend thestavtej{ teachers association Danderlne from spy drug store. You I PIANO TAILOR!! I

( Fleming'CLBA1SING' at Key West, "ft&'\ which she will surely can have beautiful hair and lots 1 t.- ,......J
of It If will
:you just try a little Dan
.. sail for Havana} Cuba, for a short '
' derlne. Save
: ypur hair! Try Itt 11
7w r \ visit before resuming her duties in the. Advj TUNING E. Well Darliartea AT.. :
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t .
\ ,PRESSING ITM city high school pert.The j ,
attention Real Estate and Insurance
:' k }"' DYEING! r ; .1 K: 'Apopka Blouse is being enclosed Some' of, thesa aptomobUe love Instruments"Special to all makes of ,
.
with lawn'fence; which stori s sound more like automobile :. '
'. a ne*. an $3.6o
,
Charge for tuning for next .
REPAIRING ; C. F. Thrasher
.. ,*. '. will gfve"quits' an) 'Impl'OYed.ppear-: catalogue describing sundries. than M days. ,
: '' loci elothes ance to/tie .pre'I" realfiction., .:. } Out of town orders HAKE A SPECIALTY C-FKRJCNTINa .. .' ", . '
...".'word. *t .my house ', I solicited.f ; .SHEET.:METAL
WORKERS
.
,win be e*lMIi JOl'p4 returned.Guaranteed...,1BiplScdvi The Hmains ofjf.,WEm non-who ,. 'I f .1, ', I.. '., B.'D. AIRMAN' :. '
: e l lOtO.J died,-Foret'Cty| :oa Christinas The early bird tches .f worm 11 Pboa.'m. *'*. -,"' ,' 'BozS .ip. SOUSE: AND BOOMS: ;Steel. #I'k Centncs sal a gaedaUyi. e
*
morning/were 'to the"Apopb bat the lasy Ut that ,. "iRtsdmsaw'Fls.: Fr., err > -
brought a bird Ue IIr
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00.0, 00 l0 cemetary. for"interment.; The Knights_ , .th.'nest. .Is..'the Tone.- that eats. 'ii.':. ;..: .;.. i": it f .t ,.-. ,, - : j. .' i P.Q. '...f.{'I.. ; .;;'- :""t' .
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'? --. VALLCT-3AMOE' "The: ,:rCB aptr*'House aoeial ..'... Mr*.' H, M.. :Pratt 4nd. ;detightere, ... S. SSS .S. $ $ $S ,S. . .iJitJillili'".l illlilfl.'
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. will .....iewl with} Miss Nina are week:with .
T.le p lMw l+Tw U.. rstattth. year: : 'a !aawocert itipendlqtIEa*, !Ii \ IIIi

', 1, ',t*'ke-givenlby the Ulgh 8@haol Robert, 'and Claude ,DratUo at, Miami .y ., '

t ti .. orch stm-af10. (i.'nt. ,..next. Tuesll.. '. eons of, Me,.,Bratt* ., They.tin. wHi I .. I1.*. ,
T.Waba Ft 6aT-87 expected home 'Metjdar, J' '
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'L.'W.'Tiarria.tff'St. Cloud .. amonn / Printzess PrintzessGarments !
!W. M. MAtttCtS. the prominentre'it-end with. = : } ,' l'Yi' .<
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.: 1 11 were-tratwacting hualnesahero relatives at Ta..p./returning '.re' GarmentsThe, ., . ,
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day. 1 l lE.1. 1'.1 Monday accowpantad, by. Mra.: Green,, '
who had-been ta ti t"city a,week the Yi. .
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.: : Weather ;ReportS ii :.. Xiaeky' :inA"family, retnnrtl guest'of' relatives,. friends.;: Seasons 'Greeting\,,. "
Monday 'ttum'' tne'-ast, coast, "where x', .: '"
they,spent the hlidays l with the father L. A..St.A'ei, traveling representauttrs '

\S: FoUftta.c..tM4aU1. ., /Of:Jrf"':; Lee.I' I, of JJiat_splendid' ,paper,:the'Tampa'Times -, Yi'' H',- -\ ". .-. -". ..... .. .. F-;;,;>" ._ >' -- ,.,_ _.'t'' ,...!Iii,....... "
: ,pentaNe'" __n,,, '. -:- -: -' was here ))hll week in the Yi '.- '":rifi-. ''

"I 4r r.. reported by tM Go1'C'DlDeDt' Harry W. Tiurman, the popular Interest of his paper,. and did good x '' "'
; -:I : .station at Klaslaamee for -the booster >and *wfer at Thurman Citywill business in the way of subscriptions': The Year Jut Closing Has -Been a Very Su <

+ . ending Jan. 1, '1914.: leave Saturday for Philadelphia *
a. e '
:: Mittt mss.tgaln for a two week\ f business trip. Chas A. Carson, Jr., I left where Saturdayfor cessful ,One With Us and )'Wiskto: HiK s
Idaho Springs,< Colo., on 1
; ?Friday'' ... .J 6S 60 --- / Eugene Bryein is delighting his ..
1 ,f ( January 5th hi will be united in marriage Thank Ybu
.
Saturday ..*/ 67 88 -. friends with. irjips In ibis new Ford to Miss Xarrie Burger. They \ Very r Your Liberal ;

.41 'Sunday ._* 71 6. tar purchased rOm the local agents, .
;: will leave for Klstmmee)| after the KlndlYI'l .. . ,
j Monday., .__ 71 67 .28 Prath.et; 'md L er, last week. wedding. Yi Patronage. (. \ .( !IiYi

; ; 'Tuesday ../- 70 63 .10 .. ;'-'" !5Yi
484I Misses Marie JIuddlHkn, Joe Berta there/will be business \ . :' ar:
Monday a
'Wtidn.sda- I .
I). JJl''an'are. _, / .
the .
Bryan and Crof guests HaA Memorial r ;
__ 67 of Chapterat
meeting '
Tfwrsday --- '
.ca : !Ii !fiSfi
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tlt11 week af M a. Dr. Iluddlesten, the ,
the Chapter(House at threo o'clockIn I I .. "
ti" '.t"U.'f' .. .. .. . ....t.'j grandmother 01 Mils 1 Marie, at MIamLJ. In aftemooh. All members are !Ii Value I in Long 1 J.Coats :' r4
lit
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: T F. Wilson. Jr., of Tarapa, ,b the urged to attend. \ I ,;\" : '.

guest this wee of his father. J. F.: Miss Lulu Rende", former music HiHi In Long Coals we have a' ew J left/in very attractive'niodels' UrIf l

: \ THE: LOCAL FIELD j Wilson the po lar manager' of RoseGraves' teacher in the Osc fola' High School, and materials. These are. anxious to. close, r
v. bardw .tors. spent several days/last week in the ; very : ,!Ii

.1 ,' Miss Elizabeth Alexander was a city while en route to Tampa St. !Hi out. If you are interested we are 'ready to 'make you $' I'

't -. guest this wee) of the GrayStQne Petersburg and Cuba', from her homeat I the right price on the tarment. ar +
Ifi I II :
In olwervB' aejjfJtWj ewYear the while en route \\.0 Tampa, St. Peters- LaGrange Ga. I ; ,

banks df TCisjimmee clo'sed ye terday. ,I burg and points-- ] in Cuba. Rev. J. D. Sibert, recently I appointed I !Ii ,!fi;

einlt'. pkkle.,_all varieties at R: I The Junior O}der United American presiding elder of ,thia district Yi l !x:

43-tf Mechanics held interesting spent Monday here niaklng arrange- HiHi
E. Floyd'* la very
,I meeting last Monday night and elected ments to move his Belongings tp MI- Exceptional/Yalues\in Ladies' Suits i Sfim
The DixifrraaUEhe< been giving which will be his headquarters
ami
I i I new officers for the ensuing year. HiHi I !
fine line -of pictures tTrts week. during the coming year. y"
Only twelve Ladies' Pretitzess Suits left and if look- '
are
) you
)1 r. and 111 nl.1 E. Lee Hughes and ; A-
Heine's 'pickles all varieties! at 43-tf R. I baby of Tampa spent Saturday and Chas. W. Goodall of Cincinnati,will 0., I HiHi ing for o' vahie in this line Vou can; certainly find it a?:\

:.B. Floyd's I Sunday the gusts of Mrs. Hughes'sister arrived here Monday night and 1
remain until late spring and possiblyfor here during/he next six days.\ We assure' there y "
- B. C. MiUfffspent l 'Thursday in the I Mrs. Win,. Ferrell in this city.R. HiHi you "T.

city shopping !-1Jt-: .. store.. W Cobb, the popular prescrip- enough all to time.say that Mr. reading G6odall the was Valley kind J are none to b *found that are better. tailored Reyy:. t\ '

Marvel flour new spring wheat'pro- tionist at Robe aon'e has been confined Gazette was the Reuse of his coining HiHi MEMBEITTHIS SALE BEGINS ,4fs. t $

dnct. at R. S. Floyd's 43-tf to his hoifie with an attack of to Kiafcimmee. Mil "

The Pastiwi. has entertained our lagnppe the pa4t few days. Nelson and Angie Makmson, who I

people wi a' clean-JiUlejplaylets. all Mr. and Mrs) Harry Deyoreo have have been spending the holidays herewith I ii Monday Jan. 5th 1914---Si Days ,Only i iIi

this week. returned to the, city from Jacksonville their parents will leave Sundayto ; ,

: and intend to make their future home resume their studies., Nelson at the
Broth here. They formerly lived in this! and SATURDAY LAST CALL. No Vorn '
); Stanton, Va., Military' Academy shop goods to !fii. ,

city. Miss Angle at St. Mary's College Yt show j'ou. All first class in every res ct.x I !Ii:
MUs W. V. Wcodvarfl is spendingthe Raleigh, N. C. I '
Sessions.
Geo; F came up Tuesday y; $

holidays wyls_jj.!-ends. at Quincy I.. L to move his faknily to Billy Hammockon S. G. SovcrhiK and daughter are S \ ,x;

I., Fla. > '. Lake Kiss'mee, wtyere Mr. Sessions expected to arrive today from Lemon f
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Marvel Flour, new spring whoa/\ I is employee) by the Carson Cat City to spend tbe winter. Mr. Sov- y; 7ax arIT

I'' product at R. S. Floyd's. 43tf tle Co. \ erhill's home is at Tiskawa, 111., but

after visiting other places in Florida I M. KA TZ ,
,U The "Battleof Ge .burg" will be :Mr and Mrs' | Henry of Maryland, writes friends \here that he likes Printzess Printzesi HTHr' 1.
have arrived the and taken >< ><
given in motto * iljres at the Dixie I in city up ,
Kissimmee the best of all. I Io.
Drtrht. their residence fct the Graystone ho- Kistimmee Florida d 1
,
- .Saturday Garments Garments :' '
tel. They are regular winter visit- M,. WeHs representing the Auto Yi Hv
Half a d zen art J gather table< ors to Kissimmee. I Company of America as an official yi; '

scarfs left al wfljjeed prices. TheWoman's 'pathfinder passed through the city li; !HrK; M .
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2-lt Mr. and Mrs Erskine Smith and 1
Shop.Mrs. accompanied Sunday on his way from New York Yi !Iii
/ son, by Misses Vivian I ; ,,
DeWiHoji AMerman is spending and Mildred Ue. motored over to I to Tampa, on a mission in connectionwith !ylyi yf; yl; !y1!yl yl; y1 YI y1; yl;yl; ya; y1; y1; Yly1;y1; !y1 y1! !y1 y1 !yfyf !y1 y1; !yf yt yt y1 y1; xl yI.Zi! !fiY;) yl$ II' t
ht- marking an official route for
1lecity visiting
: the week ; Daytona !! returning home
Tuesday automobile tourists through the state. -
friends. Thursday. j F
- -. I Lawler the new pastor of the Meth- Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilcox

Miss Cec l< Mos eyr; of Gotha is Miss Gladys Crawford returned Mrs. H. G. Geiger<< has received the odist church: was received into mem- December 27, a daughter. METI1ODIST.SUNDAY. .

-/% the guest this Na i +V nt.b!r sister Mrs. home Tuesday I from Tallahassee sad news,'of the death of her father, !bership. Dr. Sibert./who had much to -SCnOOL PROGRAM

: Geo. Overt peet.W. '. : where she Ipenhe holidays the guestof I Geo. F. Russell, atjf{ Greenfield, N. H., :do with the organi Lion and who has Born, to 'Mr/* and Mrs. Calvin Bux-- / y
which occurred the 18th of this ton, December 28, a son. ;!*! : r ,
,. her parentslion, and Mrs.: W. B. on I been active,,.in all /ta progress, in take .
t I, .., O .'J'boma; an d,Qraham Young month. M ,. was 70 of I ONJ 24TH'C
years / R DECEMBER
'k Russell words .of' kind and
leave
visitors'' iOukeland last Sun, Crawford. ' Ing spoke C. r. Outlaw of St. Cloud !1s in the 1, '
were had .. in healt.hfor '
: I'' age'and' beeo. failing which ,heartily re- FOR THE SCHOLARS ON
: ,"" *' deep interest were city looking after I business matters ,
, day. Mrs. G. P. ClaecocJc and son, Piercer tome time. I 1
r. I elprocated, nd s aid he would be glad today. 1 R L1.8.
of Marysville, Ky., arrived in the ?,
Marvel Flour, new spring wheat Messrs. D. B. Spahler, of Taft, and to retain membership and attend + \ rAfter
4Stft. I city last week ptid are the guests of A watch service,' was. held at the \
R. S. Floyd's. I when he could be here. Rev. C. O.
product at ,t) F. Schuman, of Orlando motoredover th 'school marched to the
Mrs. Glascocfc's\; brother, M. Katz for i Woodward was present as a visitor. South Kissimmee | Baptist mission up
the and
the to city Wednesday were front the congregation was led la
Miss P'4ie, will ,resume exer- the winter. I Wednesday .1
' and pleasant visitors to the Gazette office.It I \ evening. by Mr. while standing
cisekindetgarten primary Cards have been received in Kissimmee prayer Busby/
lay. January>. Dr. W. II. Mitchell and J. M. Red- will be remembered that Mr. $rhu- this week from Mr. and Mrs. W. J. T. T. Tindall B successful farmerand Song-Silent Night-By entire s

dock are an ong the visitors in the man was connected with the Orlando S. J. Overstreet anD uncing the mar- fruit grower )lot the Narcoossee school. |

Mrs. J. E. Dent of Atlanta, Ga., is city this we K looking for a locationto Sentinel when their daily first appeared. riage of their daughter, Lillian Es- section, was in title city yesterSay. Reading-"In the Name of the holy '

the guest forUua month of Mr. and make their future home in thin They returned tf)> their homes ni I telle to Mr. Marton Arthur Partridge, I Child Jesus," Margaret, Lee. ,. "
Mrs. W. M. Ferrell. section. the afternoon. ,'" Miss Marion Sf rgent returned home "Oh the Week Before
I I which happy event occurred at their Reading- ,
after the Christmas
Monday spending
i\ J. P. Kerwin, Jr., of Darlington S. : Hon. C. A Carson, enjoyed Christ- W. H. Anderson. the oil well expert ;: home' in Rutherford, N. J.,. on Tues holidays wit hher parents at Avon Christmas" Clara Ploeti. / '

j ,C.. was the gueJrtJkJs wee kof the family mas dinner with all the members of who is to work with Mr. Popeney on j day, city 0th. The bride was Park. Song-"Silvery: Messengers, By the .'. .-'

of J. A. BJackwell at Ashton. I his family at home, except Miss An- the new well of the Pennsylvania Oil i reared in this where she was held Infant class. '

nie Carson, wn*
Miss Edith Davis Potter, teacherof Colorado. .... in the city and is not only impressed'with '' traits of character. The happy young M. will be held this afternoon afthe Jane Dombaugh.

Piano at Columbia college, visited this country asa prospective oilfield I'' couple will make their home in Mi- home of Mrs. ,;M. H. Porter, on Ader- Song-"Once I ia Bethlehem Town" .1

the family o "'C. ArCarson last week. ( Miss M. C. Woods, of Hickory, N. but with Kissimmee as a model ami, Florida, where the groom is already -.I bold street.I' by the school. ,

/ ') and harness C., is the guest for tht holidays of place to live. He expects to bringhis I established business.. Exercise-"To !You is Born a Savior --
Eight good mules wagonu Miss Emma L. Wenner. Miss Wen- The new being constructedby "
theater f
family;! here from Franklin, Pa., by four little girls.
H. In1ram.
Li -
for sale at a bargain. ;; A hunting party composed of O. H. W. Th
ner came her .rfrCently to open a new I rman is rapidly nearing "On "
in the future. Reading- phristmas Day, byAlice
40tf near
book store. C. McLean, A. D. Story, J. D. Clark completion, 11 that remains to be Buzza. I .;

On Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 22nd W B. Harris Henry! Lightsey Archie finished is the interior work. '. .
Doc Pierce qf Basslnger, accompan G. P. DePass of Porto Rico; and Song"Lullaby by the .JunIors.Exercise ;
McLean and Lawrence Griffin
the children in the kindergarten class spent '
led by his daughter and son, Gordon, : Mrs. J. P. DePass.yjf Williston Fla., several days campirlg on Wolf Creek Mrs. D. Gj' Wagner and daughters "C-H-JR-I-S-T-M-A-S" by lj
of Miss Petrie were delighted with a
were ,in the .cifiTHst. week shopping. the mother if Mrs. DePass are the Chricstmas entertainment in which about forty miles from Kissimmee, Maud Alice and Ada left Saturday the little twin bovs 1 Ralph and Robert ;

, I. R. WesUipy, ofxOdom, Ga., arrived -: guests this week' of Mr. and Mrs. W. each child participated. The beauti- this week. Clark and Harris returned for Port Orange where they will be Dombaugh. .lI I $Y'Y'Reading"Santa
M. Ferrell "SunAner. street. the guests of the family of Dr. Masters Claus, Essie Baas
to make oir to the city Wednesday with -
one
Wednesday $1 expects ful little ,recitatiops were pleasing to for Vocal Duet-Worma Griffin ...
his future horne>
:; A. A. Barrowsxof. Quitman, Columbia college in Lake City and invited guests for the occasion and which was shot by Mr. Clark. The F. Fork and wife and J. M. I Reading-"The)' Angels' Song," by- r l

.. arrived Miss Inez Cauon, of Kissimmee, are show what good work Miss Petrie is other lucky ones ot, the party were Gallaher and wife of Ashland, 0., have Muriel Prentis.ExercIse"Le i
of B +CX'D'uenbeiTy .
''t""t" -- 94 sister Friday for-Vihort>> visit in the : the house g iestaxpf Miss Nell Thomason accomplishing with her kindergarten. Messrs. Story and Harris, who each arrived to spend( the winter with their : the Little Children x '

Lucerne Circle.:"'Orlando..... Sentinel. succeeded in bringing' down a fine nephew C. 11. Funk at Hilliard's Love Him" by fife little girls.
dt'Y. S. J. Entriken: head of the company buck. The other mer bers of the par- Island. with .
4 Theyl are delighted our Song-"The Song of Songs, by s
., of Misses' children's white that recently purchased an immense ty are expected to return I home today. .
G. B. P, M, the genial proprietor ajxd dresses climate and are so well pleased with Mrs. Tucker's tlt.s .
the Manhattan hotel, spent Tuesday and colors, were 7 -renta to $3.60 now tract of land in the northern part of the country that they are already talking Reading by Weidlei? 1, r

and Wednesday f irt' Jacksonville on 60 cents to $2.2# Sizes mostly 6 tor the county was in I .) the city Monday H. F. Beuter representative of the of making'arn.neements fori permanent Reading-"Peace Wesley| and Good WilT
14 ar'f of each size left. making definite arrangements to at Southern Colonization company
business. yrs., only: \w residences. Toward Men," Vlera Johnson.
to the Gazette Wednesday -
2-lt once begin improvements on a large brought Vallqy
The
.. WomanShop: .
**. I Exercis4._ 'Gi ta for the King by- +,
of regis- box of Irish that
C. W. Griffin, supervisor I scale. Mr. Entrik'in is an old-time a potatoes INSTALLATION OFFICERS '
t- tloh, received horn 4he comptroller : E. F. Lockwood and C. W. Buns newspaper man, which fact makes, he states his gardnpr grew on thecompany's be'' Six Jnniorst j 1 ]
' Osceola i i six weeks that There' will a joint meeting of Song-"Christmas Joy Bells," Boyd ,'
the registration bo ks for two of Narcoos&ce s prominent busI- him more competent! to be at the head property $ .
41 county Thursdajr"<-- ness men wt# ,in the city Monday pf a large business, such as his com- are far ahead of anything brought to Gen. O. O. Howard, Post and Gen. aass 4: t
r- Sedgwich Circle: ot the G. A. R. ,at I Reading--;"Mrk. Santa Clans Murray
making they ipXn Mr', Lockwood's pany has taken Tuesday, January 6, atx7:30 p. m., handsome Ford ear."" I of the company's pnairie land baa Stein's rink on Wednesday, Jan. 7, at I .OverstreetlSongr "1' ; ;
.h the High School, orchestra will give F. H. Ludlow 'of Sioux City, lows, been planted and w 4n the potatoes 10 a. m., for the 'purpose of !installingthe ; -"WhenjChVist Was Born," .br. j'" :, '

., a,'I a recital at the Chapter House. An J. W. Butler, traveli> -:representative after making. a tour of Florida, ar- were dug tbe hills were measured and newly elected officers for the year I entire school.! I .. ..i.. ,". .,J .;' ''.

\,4 admission of te tenU will be charged of "the oiattanSdyaTplow Com- rived In the clt: last week, and was thepotatoes showed'a' :yield of' 176 1914 of the two oaders.! All Union sol, f Presentation, df pretienta.N' /'*'.. ," ."I J, ,
dlers and their families ire \ r {, i "(./;\.IIji"! ) IiI'
V merchants busy pany, wsjrhere s ,,,r..k completing so impressed h tbe W9ndert ad" bushels to the acre. The ones broughtto invited ? ,
Most of the are to meet with us Wt this time, either ..2lenr7'j purchased tAe'.Was-! :,;?'-)*' t.' ,
l tht/week, and It isaaf the installatio ofsa sugar. mill at the vantages this a on offered the home- thls"offlce are.of Jan average aiM I'
taking-inventors : matkeit
Iqc mat I.\.W hail1'
And that the New Eden Manta seeker that on onday .pUrchaled: and would bring a fapey ,price on ,the visiting! or resident. comrade Dinner' i i\ I ? -.f- .
to jay toeyvwill .
a ati igimad the Mr. Baa f :.
matagement.
of market. ;will be served at Boon. : .
apl.ndid pi property Just .
a ,
business
,year Just closed lass yut their ...
he ledger. . .. - ,. 7"L.J .. .
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pn,the right eW.ofa* wen married at the ,home ofhe "bringing a property' to th :R. Wilhite, whe forrerly'con. .:;. i 1,1 ,.imn and intendi, to'eondudthay. ."AnV" .. , '"

4 Mlas Maria''O'De /a very attracisslmmee bride'' father BaD IBon, last Bator.dayfpatJoblisJ .; highest' state 0 perfecUonfn -. ducted a atore at Broadway. and Kid--- Wflawaha 'Norseriea,at.}T_ : 'market_ I', to-'date'nann. -... i-:I, ,
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a is int *lenear' Florida f or i genuine yPaao ..
dye >I> lt, Co.. r .
madeb7' .
was .
4 he'efty young on via her brother,and young' couple have many' friends who ",'..Btakq< ,n -r' 10' .' ,.,", :Besainger...la: fpendlnf' 4 few: Brown .rang-:'tre >,. Early'.ConnerSeedless Carson: Fanner Ji returned to 3i dI': ,L.I .

"r yfat io-law,_' r..nd; lira.. H.rL.; wish;.themXutnre ppl ....k They There war'-: nil.{.ttendhe. deya her* this week.' / lt. > ,,WBhiVportt **- :.orang.l., trees.- ,OklawahaNurserie Sunday: might>. r.,"..pleasaot) ',hoB- : II

t1'Ber'ry'b06 ,McCormick;st .etSunj will make/their, futurV-Jio_ >.n. a .JJuo members. ; : ''mlDL erlal"auLocrtbt = "conditions' !.' lower - I *,Tangerine/Fla. Write f,< ._hvlat,4wit.. ...., r .,'pa"nta.at. .. ;Harsp-- __ ...,,''i< "f :
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PAGE;8., THE .I.ISiSIMMEE. ,>, ALLEY .GAZETTE: ;AaAY J ,'jAfeUAftt; ;.2.. 'Mil;

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ENEMIES Of FEARLESS PAPERS- .c H riHEsfER'StPILLS OMJI."OlIlJDR8"" ,.or 4L11 HHAt.: KSTATSI "c ", .,

'. Under ani| by ylrtu* of decree ..f 'F' S' .T. .
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.., Men may be measured a* accuratelyby aaIAKR fs- partition and order of sale rendered by \
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t'I I the enemies they make) a. by the ...IIICI"IA.iF Hon. Jas, W. Pvrklni,,,JudgeJudiclal: t
"'11\ eMd IkM.p Circuit. Court of the B I '
. '. ... ", - -.. ...-.. ... ";.. ,friend?..that they_have, drawn; About Mr"" + .W .- ers Circuit..State ,.i>t FI rld"",. In .ant for
: them. It is alwtys creditable for a e' 1*. N Aok-.. Bq... Ell. Onoeola County, and )issued out Of .laid oW PRICES .'
man to.hare .enemies in the faction :t,;. .. Court In avcauxt therein pondlns: S .
_ t p...k.o.YU".if"Nat A1..r1 a.5b.. wherein I J. F. OBerry. !Is. complainant.and .
that stand for corruption or tyranny- R. M. B. Smith defehdanfuand to .
; l'; ,' M. .< y I no man ,can tak a vigorous stand for ,, QtDUGM5 mWIERIi ue directed, wfe, the understgned'com- '1il -
''//f! : 'thout the mlaiiloners In Chancery duly ap Olnt.
: any rood cause stirring up '
,
f. : rd by the- said Court.will cell to the
I hostility of those who have been profit* highest bidder I for sash, at pvbllo
!ing: by the evil he would excoriate ened fit their''' determination. ,and the lion. at the front door of the, Coqriltous.'inrKiastmmeen t =1 I[ Have Mem
G :And'what"may be ..Id'of tnen'maybe vanguardisgainingever ,and more 'OeMol. County :
largely growing accretions Florida '
said of a newspaper. Every contest . MONDAY,nFEBnUA iT *n l. A. D. l!li. ,. .
in the interest of the people, everyfearless Organization or agreement among of ileiral sale, the fol- '
.. onslaught upon wrong arrays groups of publishers) ii a desirable and ro"d\ : real estate, situateIn ';\ -
J. It strengthens! Oaceola County, Florida\ ., the property
most in
s
K against a new certain ones who potent 'thing. The numi ol replies received
paper?
O of said compfatnint, JF. Berry
tr are enjoying legal or illegal each and add to the significance of 1 and of said defendant\ R. IL B. Smith. response to'.% mr: ,'recent advertising:
Which they clink should not be interfered the movement, but it is by no mean to-wlt: I in the column of the Valley Gazettehas
I T r ry with. indlspensible or absolutely essential. The Southwest Quarter of the North. been verygratifying to me. I
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: west Quarter of Section thirtythree.township
As has been! of times said
.The more successful a newspaper is millions twenty-alx. 8.. Range twen- now have; a splendid list and the beat '
in'"arousing public sentiment for the since the expression was Invented ty-nln, 19., with all the hereditaments part of it is thh\t I expect to see a

1 enforcement; pf law and discountenance "The way to resume is .to resume." and. and appurtenances evefy ;right,thereunto title. Interest belonging and- number. of properties .change hand. '1very
1I Paraphrasing: The to raise ,
of demoralizing tendencies the way .claim leoral or nqultahle. of the Raid soon.
more active f are its ,dlscomfHed\ enemies prices is to raise them. Circulationswill J. .... O'Uurry and of the said K IL B. i t
C TIME j I in their endeavors to injure It- not fall dff to any appreciable ex Smith of, In or to the same l Canadian friends have' ':
Jno. 3f ee
the casual reader has no'Idea of the tent-at least permanently.lf at all- S. M ,Mullock.V again advise me Uuring the past ltd
many obstacles that are threwn in the and still less'when\' group of publishers IL Jenklna.U week of their intention to come down 1

path of a newspaper which seeks conscientiously in the sarae general territory makea !1''. Krlhb.. Commillfllon.rll.801l..ltor. V,, v Year, and mnat. 6f<| '
'ito serve the best interests I concerted movement.-Publishers them are coming with the Otion of,{ ':'

of a community, and would bd aston- Auxiliary., U.. I>1 HI.ICATIOX.: buying if I advise tffcm..._to'to so. '
ished at various tactics taken to"punish" : ;
V 4 the gALE IMC ..tr"IT 4111 HT, HTATK/ Of KI.4IKII1A. -
JULY. for daring to oppose the FOR '-Signs to advertise prop- lI.a f/1/ \'I'1I Jl IIH'I" ("..I. My new farm hoMe: is just to the ';
evils by which} some men would pros- erty for sale can be obtained at the ('LIT. OSCKOI.A! 4-oLN T1.IK east of Erskine mieights Farm in ',. :i

I Valley Gazette, 10 cents each. <:'HANfKltV.A .: ../ '.._ North Kissimmee!, where I may be I l
1
.1. -atrard J Br rlalBaBt
per.Sometimes an effort is made to cut 'PPI.IC- T"X''. .... ..... I'. ......, 11.1....... found always by those! .who may wish '
ii; off subscriber?, a method that seldom NOTICE Of TIO'" FOR It appearing by affidavit appended to see me personally about any properties '!
I>KKI> 'UI'.II NM."I'ION RH A MBT ) to the bill filed In the above-atated
accomplishes anything but increased want to show to
they me
Growers .KNKHAI. HTATIITKH OV may i
Citrus 1 cause that John P. Jones the defendant /
circulation! for the public as a class rtii: MTATK ovNollcr FI.leI I.4. therein named IB a nonresident of my Canadian friends. I
I are appreciative of a leadership the State of Florida, and l I. resident of -
c Citrus Book entitled BE ON TIME is now ready. ; sometimes throughthe :: In hereby slyer. that M 1TlmlHll. >. United States, over the age of twenty It may be interesting to some to
t Our new Spring 1 adverting columns the offended purchHMcr of Tax 'erllncal one Jeara, It 1 la therefore ordered that know that I am the party who induced i
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It tells what fertilizer to use, how much, when to apply, and many element think to withdraw patronage 1 I No MIT.I 1170., has dated filed the MaUl 7th l certificate day of June In inv A. 1 said la h'n'by nonrealdent: required defendant to. 'appear be and to the he Mr. Smith, the present owner of Eres

4j other valuable points on grove management. / and criple a paper, though in this direction office and has Mint!.' application for bill of complaint filed In said cause pnor kine Heights- Farm to come to Kis-
Send for copy and also! for our leaflets Arid Soils and LIme: I the "biting off noses to spite law tax Heed to Issue In accordance,, with h.ror"Ion, A L>. 1914 faces" is too to it old Jim Miller place for $12,000. I
Effect, apparent assure Said certificate embraces the following of Maid bill will he taken aa conNMcd -
and .
4I Its. Forms I Huecess. The very courage that has dcHcrlbed properly situated In < >N- f, bv Hald defendantIt told Mr. Smith that I would under.
FERTILIZER CO. led the paper into a fight against r.. WILSON & TOOMER bo published oiu-e xV-eek for" fourrunsrcutive
Lot mimlx r Fourteen (14). Lot tium-
I insures it welcome in the : it would be worth double the
Wrong a week In the Klsslnun"eValley money
Fertilizers I !h"I' I'.lfl..n6) and the Mouth half
Manufacturers of Ideal homes of 'community that no adver- of Lot numh'roCI"I.pn ( IB) of the Oasctte.: a newspaper publlnhedIn in a year's time. It is less than a year
I tiser can dire ignore-sometimex the I'lorklrtKr1cultural i'mnpanv'ii KtihMvlMlon said county and SlateThin I since the deal was put through, and I
FLA. 2Qlh.mb..r.I 191.1J
JACKSONVILLE, (" of :Section Thirtv-two (32).
( 1 public finds out the reason for a firm's L OVKHHTHKKTSeal have turned the grove and farm over
___ To\\ us hip 'wenO'-1h'c ( 2&) Mouth
disapproval of an advocate of good Its ng.' Thlrtv-one C\1I: Kant Tin. mil.IlotH ( ) Clerk Circuit Com" to the owner to the owner who has ,

and then it is. many a day before the bfliiH,. HUH* KHcd Ht the date of IHNiiiitic O'liRVAN lt\ JAM,eN: M. l eput\JIlllNHTON.I.KW1H <_1. rftSolicitor . I given me a letter to the effect that ,

--. - _. stigma against that firm can be wash- Kloildn.of Haiti Home certificate Plantation In fompanv the nameof Cur Complainant. 24tTKK I he will not take less than $25,000 for.'
A
ed away. t'nliKH KiiUl certificate Hhall be redeem- it and is not anxious to sell at anyprice.
>< OF AI'1'I.11 ..t'flo'I'0 .\. ..1.\ I
Altogether! a newspaper which is i il MC'cordlnx to law tax deed will laHU .
Foil \ < list IITKII.To
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ih "ieon on the .10th dHof Jatiul _
all of its
trying to thvow leverage on _
l\ \ I I' 1914 \\ ko It May tnmrrrml
1 the side of good must expect to make \\11". xx m\ hanil nnd 1 offlclnl seal Notice I. hereby given by the und-rIgnrd That's the way I do things.
enemies-in fact, it must welcome the III KI."II1"I I ..e c'lty. "'Iorld.. of their Intention. to apply, tothe I
Honorable JameHV Perkins JudK'f '-
the (S nil thin SIM IH\. i>f Urrembrr 1
possession of enemies as showing \ ii mis the Circuit Court of the He\inlh: Judicial Does anybody else own property
NEW YEAR finds our value of its antagonism to things that I J I. OVKHHTHKKT.Miik : I Circuit of the State of Kloildii.. they }want to sell Send particulars
THE are corrupt.-t-Miami Metropolis. ( \ ClKult Court. 0..,.,.- In and for OHccolu ('"untin the 2nd
4f \ :.> ola Count Floilda dRY of February A l I'. 1914. at l>.el-.ind.
Florida or wherever the ..aid Court
j stock the most complete NEWSPAPER ETHICSA I 'n''u ee': may be on said 1 date, for the Incorporation toAll.

v remark made by counsel In a case "'I't)< KIHII.IIKHNTh .'it""Jrrl\1: to be, not named for the.profit HAKT, of a MKMOIUAI.nodal club W. Law

before the coiirt, a day or two ago, <. Hiniual mt'ftluef of the KturkholdetM CHAPTER OK THE AMERICAN WO.
of line of shoes displayed I brings up the .(ethics of two prominent ... of OH:: Ktat\)e .Hnk of KtHnlnimee MAN'S LJ;,\OUE. the purpose of, which Late'! Manager Ertkine
any Xn his side be- will be held Mi lile State Hank officeIn la to promote aoclal I Intercourai amo"Kmpmb'r.
k t professions. arguing the town p/"lil'''i1nini.'.... on Thumda its ... under a proposed .'harhrwhl..h Height Farm Box
fore the court, an attorney pointed \'. Januarx ,th. i fit 3 clock, p m. la now on file In the office of 145
Osceola out what he thought was a danger in A. II 1914. ., the Clerk of the Circuit Court In -and
in County. .
Fla.
I the matter of advertising public an (MIgp.6)> c. A. CAHUN.! I'r. ld..nl. for said Oaccola. County Kitsimmee
Huh-
of the said
WITNESS the
M. KAT..r ar name.
2-lt ) '
I nouncements. He said that it might scribers. thiiT flit da) of Urcrmb. r. -- --_- -. i
be that an editqr or employe of a newspaper END STOMACH TROUBLE, A. D. 1911. AN ORDINANCE.
JlRRCLAY.JOHNSON.IRH. ,
could be bribed to omit a publication "
l h !\ I I'LUMA K. WINN.MHH. .
I and thus frustrate the inten- OASES OR DYSPEPSIA I ,V. J. 8TATLEK CAKH. A. Orelaaaee PnvMliur far the Rest
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Isti. .1 meetera, rtet... .....
tion of the pepple in publishing announcements MRS J. M. LEE! ..4 all 8aea ._ .faasit ....... ........
"Come and let 'Fit Your Feet" I says the Miami Herald. MAHY K. C. BULLOCK.AUL.TMAN I. ... CU r.. .yt! -_ rl...
us
While it is npt at all probable that "Pape'. Dlapepsln" make Sick Sour, ANNa IJ. CARSON. IC.Be -Il ordained by the '" ,
City ConnoU
the attorney had any real fear that Oaaay Stomaoh surely feel fine 2-4t the City of Klialmmee: e.

such an incident; ever could take place, In five minute. + NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION That whoever. shall exhibit In any
I his remarks bring up the comparativeethics ./ theater, moving picture show, or other
of the two professions, the law- rfmrtmemt .f the later-tor. u. .. LasulOfare . place of public amusement or enter
i1L at Oalacevllle. rlfrid., tainment., In the City of Klsslmnres.
yer and the newspaper man. If what you just ate Is souring on N.ve.ber; 3*. 1 1V Florida, any ebsoene, lewd luolTlotfs.or .
I It is probable that in all the history your stomach or He like a lump of Notice H hereby glvea taat CharlieB. filthy picture, moving picture.. va.-
UFoot-Fittor of legal advertising not an editor or lead refusing to digest, or you belch Lamb of Loughman, Florida, who cent devllle.character or theatrical play dim an rede-
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I on FebruaryMO, 1111. tna/le HomesteadEntry ; or any or other
DUTTON-HARRIS. manager of any newspaper in this ra and eructate /sour, undigested Serial 07$8 ; for SID ol8W pictorial representation'of say prim
a country and there'- are thousands of food, or have & feeling of dlcxlness %. Section r Towfiahlp 25 South fight or encounter of purlllsts UDdarwhatever
them ever knowingly assisted in ascheme heartburn fullness nausea bad taste Range XT .. TpIUhaaaee I ..Merldt&n.haa : name, shall upon oonrfotloa t.
I'' tiled ofMntentlon to make be lined not more than. noo.oo or Imprisoned .
. . to defraud by omitting an es- In mouth and stomach-headache, you Three-year. Proof t ,vf." Mtt" sential advertisement. It never has can get bleed relief la five minute the land above nacrlbed, before or both at the discretion' of the Court. ".
been done, and! the general attitude Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby Clerk of the Circuit.Court, at Klsslm- Read a (Ant tlmo In,regular aesslen.
d November ,
wwwN.. v4 mee, Florida, on the lit day.of Januarr. 4th<< 111. and readea sea
of the newspaper man to his) obligations getting r < large fifty-cent caae of 1/U. / \ and time In regular session December
4'! : " '' ", , ., \ to the public isj an Indication that Pape'a Diapepsln from any drug tore., Claimant name* aa wltaeaMps:: Ind, tvll, and passed In open session
; : it never will be done for money place, You realise In five minute how needless John Goodman, of Loufhman! FlorId Attest J. R.: J. W. THOMPSON. ;
x GILBERT, President of t to
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I power or any other consideration.At 'it Is to suffer' from Indigestion, N. F. Toller, of t*>uhman. Plorl4L (Seal) 'C.ulloIL',
a venture, it may be said that no dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. W. T.A>amb. of LOuffhman Approved this 8th day of December.x.x
yyjd, profession not ejven the law, holds toa It's the quickest, surest stomach doctor W. /Sullivan of Flo :<1a., A. D. 1913
CHtfBB.60.6t JAMBS W. LILLY ,
higher of more strict code of ethics In the world. It's wonderful. HENRY S. Register,, 81-Bt Mayor. ;

>e See' Our Line of Beatiful than does the newspaper' man. I.I I.u I.
Just an incide t. During! the former investigation -

of the charges against :;
\ Senator Lorimef a very prominent r Jpi I

.', newspaper man vas: summoned before I r .
the committee and a demand was madeof I ,
I him to reveal the name of the man \ \ N'', \
from whom he secured, in confidence, \ \ \ I I '

certain information. He calmly de-
!feel i H 'Lithographed clined to give the required informa- '

:+1 I i tion, because it was contrary to the GOOD HARDWARE < :
;ethics of the profession to do so. He j jio.
1 i faced imprisonment, but he would not

> i violate his conscience. lie was asked .
if a reporter brought in information

secured in the same way, would he, as

f' I the proprietor, demand that the sourte FOR THAT HOME :
Calendars of the information be revealed to him. i
\ his answer was that he would discharge -

; I the reporter who would reveala .'
!> T professional secret and thus violate

h ',': ... I the code of the prefession.

Ski I =Newspaper man! are exactly as';' f
faithful to their ''public trust as are
attorneys to theirs and editors, no

.. more than lawyers, can be Induced or ii'
bribed or coerced) into betraying that ;

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--'fiklawaha Nu> Aeries have the only
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Conner Prolific" Get them from Ok-

> \ lawaha Write for Nurserin, Tangerine, Fla. The hardware is but a: small item in the :

catalog .2J '

i tP :, Post Cards MOVEMENT Wll'tG' .a whole cost.of ,a building, but there's a. whole 'f :

i The movement for a general raisein '
> subscription rates among the week- lot, ,of difference between buying the best ,r :

ly newspapers thtoughout the countryhas hardware for home and some' '::
builders'
t definitely begun and is gatheringin your i ; '
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r volume every]! day. The price of '
Y i $1.00 a year which has generally obtained cheaper I kind. (:

1 I |I'' is known to be ridiculously inadequate r

I Publishers have lost money r Tho difference in cost between good and bad ,, :. "
|Ion their subscriptions and so far as

a p that part of their' income is concerned locks, for .instance, is very> small, but there'sa )'
: Samples t NOWlIleadYM ) |have been the poorer for every new I
subscriber taken. Losses from the great.difference)in satisfaction. Cheap

sale of the have.been made ,
(I paper up
continual
from the advertising) columns. This t goods are I a ,, source: of worry and: ,
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.. ,, "j'I"" '" state of affair I is) being remedied in annoyance, and it willpay you when figuring

!. '. . . Pennsylvania and| many other states '
,. I" iI. .t' and it is a fair' prediction that the beginning I :on that home,'' to ,come, ,.here and get? the \ :
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j t"'f e't 1916 will see many best.. We furnish ti''
raise
areprepared
( weeklies to| $1.50 a year. ; .

; I Publishers are beginning to realize very best in builders':; hardware at prices! f '
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that. not event organization. -the

: ; -lhm Kissimmee Valley; I bogie-is which necessary has always that presented all that itself i;. , t" that you wlttflud'' satisfactory.OSCEOtA f . rt

I needed hi the backbone, to take the
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: Iii the ''Saturd Evening Post of . ':..,,, ,. : : : : i; .;,(.,} .::..t:;, I : ,H ;r :'1. f
y !Ii .. .. \ "t; .. I' ,. .. . 'u, .. "" .'
/1 ." test' week- under the caption of "Son \ -- ''''\ri9c:;: ? '-'. ,rIi' "- -.
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)' i '. crets i of Store I nance," the, experience '..- ,} 9', !
' f ft 'of' a retail erchant is. given asa d -r ''T "1 r iF' .1 4,
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;t .tOR s' RENT LOST ORr follows"I think: I ami fairly. 'good merchant ;::1'1 II .' ...td' .
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F ,.; look keep aftei a creJit; buycarefully closely- ....' ,.' ...: .. : '
: uN N THESE COLUMNS 'my ' , '. I w' : .
;. : work _rJ7- and late, meetmy -customers t ...:r... :} ., _:.._:,.. ..*, .. ,. .. au.k._ 1Y1
;with a i mile' Instead of' m ." ,i" hIt" ,.
grouch.:.But I < ajinot1 own" an automobile :
i I ;' In;fact, ,cannot own even a : ,:r ; t'.
"' AdvertiUf under. this head'".costs 5 ,cent. family driving r 'rse. If I''take -the 1x, "
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line cla'in..rtlon.j minimum 25 cents, : folks out for a U tie pleasure ride oc- '/ :' i .. I'I'j
per casionally I haT to go to the livery, . '
making averdge line. steblo and hire am. I .. :
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On'the otherIsnd I-not; only pay .,,1 I.
tl taxes for' the su port of,, the local
Advertisement not ,
ClastifP; having name government' for he'schools' and for d,"

g.e 'hereto ,and those from out of town' every community interet' covered by Ii. .. 0 1 e"t. '. !
taxation but Ian called on to con : 5:''F !
\ si accompanied by the cash. tribute to every ither cause in the : HrIf"

w r community for w ich popular Fourth
is sought--the c irches, the
: 'rlt. FOR RENT. of July and othe town celebrations,
,A.C SSIFIED, the Village band, ie high school baseball I
,.' FOR RENT-Two furnished connect- and football tams, and those few Of. l
aADVERTISINGx cases of charity t! it occasionally have | -
; ing rooms, with use of bath. 113
; , to be cared for ev n in an agricultural i-
; '. Main St., Mrs. M. M. Armor. 2-tf community. And I do contribute to [ George Blackstone Irving, a lecturer national 1fii .

ir five Cents Per Line these causes, not only because it is _
f f< FOR RENT-Excellent pasture, 115 expected of me a a merchant, but ii reputation, and "Better-Town Promoter" by profession '' 'I
U'. ._ .'fach Insertion. nrrrnVti rnffhorn iTnnrQnn for $100 also because I like to do so.merchant. [ :
.!. I ,""' .. "'IJ1I" -. per annum. AdJ a< sane S. Hall, "How about the to whom I [fii- has written a book called "My Town the mes- 'I;
\ 626 N. FranW1SS > ecatur Illinois. Farmer Brown an his followers give{' r ,
FOR SALE.
', tpd their trade-thoui ands of dollars of' I, sage of which he states is "Buy at Home." The
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trade? Do these distant mail order
.; FOR SALE-Residence lots for sale DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M.. merchants help to support the county I'
Springfield [Mass. board of trade -x
] awarded Mr. '
I taxes 1R
interest
s 'ush or time, ,no no Tiller and town govern ents? Do they ., Irving! .\
; until paid for. Cheap for quick sale contribute to the hurches, the bandoj, ;
""- peo. F. Parker., 62-V i FOR RE comfortable bed room, the baseball team or to any other interest !j R a prize of $500 for the best plan submitted for promoting :' x'x J

!'" '.>OR/ SALE-Five acres in Pinedale.of land and Will ajpbivro.OBv.house I, Brack centrally St. located.J, W. Prentis.Large porch 42-tf 6 cent! of our community? Not one !j R the interests of their city. He has studied the''' 1
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t. "Do they buy tie produce of the ;I
y, -.jttve. bargain to sell quick. Address local farmers, tronize thejacal' subject in this and abroad. /4l
Box'172, Kls immee, Fla. 52t/j FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story blacksmith, give p a widow's Ili;"" a country Consequently 'I"I' I: ,

.,' WILL SELL my store, building and Kissimmee.store building H.on C.Brack StanforJ St. North 29-tf school chance by to driving work his a way delivery through wagon high or I'1I knows what he is writing about,. and the following .

,stock of general merchandise, everything clerking in the store evenings and quotations make a strong advertisement for the Buy- >t'
new and up-to-date, doing MAIL ORDER DECALOGUEThe Saturdays? i 1i
..4t ,liraS business but other interests re- "All the mail-order merchant does i ing-at-Home movement k
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Is to take the money out of our com- ,
f ioniro my attention. M. M. Monohan4 : following ten Commandments munity, sap its vitality and break its

i,: Davenport, Fla. 43-tT are offered font the guidanca eata- town spirit. Tha 's aliIDo! you "Every citizen of a community, farmer, laboring man, professional -, ..
log house pa on, by the Inland wonder we hate and fear the mail-or
:jOR- SALE OR EXCHANGE will Grocer: der house? It it trange that this I _, man-each and all owe a heavy debt to their town.' Altogether -

Y' .jell 'w.y farm of 10 aces, 3 room 1. You can II II your farm products thing is eating us I so hard that we | tholler 3 too many citizens are objects of charity from their fellow !

bouse, 7 acres cleared and fenced, r cash when er you can, b'lt not This?"country mer\ ant hit the nail I i citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments with j
f 2 acres fine young grove just coming We ot from y out giving value received." II
o us. do buy you on the head. The nail order housesdo ;
into bearing, or will trade it for: a : 2. You shall elieve, our statements not help to build up your town, do I Y I "A resident of a town should always patronize that business in !
.house and lot in Kissimmee. W. N.
taxe, benefit
not help to pay are no j jj
;Jones Loughman, Fla. 44tfs, and buy all y u need from us, because to our schools, and in pact are a drain i' ;;*! his community, the owner of which resides there, in preference to II'
we are n t personally acquainted !
'on the resources of \the community that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This' principle -
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half cleared nice with you. without contributing ne cent to its
FOR SALE-20 acres ; .
grove, good fences, fair house, 3. You shall send the money in advance ,'upbuilding. What I ithe remedy? I applies to every line of business.' w=
young 'For our local mercha nts to use the "So'widespread is the
principle of home investment thai
some fine crops now growing; a living to give AJS a chance to get the same methods that a used by the the

; already provided.; A bargain at goods from Uie factory with yourmoney mail order houses dvertise your I German Empire has organized a crusade against American, tds ':

0, .*VZOO( terms reasonable; or trade ; mean bile, you will have to ?odds. Were it not f< the urging that home interests need all local capital. The general ,
vor Kissimmee property. J. H. Halley Bit patientl for a few weeks, as ing, the mail,, order h ses of the' I
manager International Harvester told the writer :
Loughman, Fla 43-tf hat is our business method. unknown'outside of t leir Company I'
4. You .shill apply to your nearest locality. Use the rarc post advertlS-1 that it is more difficult to introduce their products in Germany 'f'fI .
5nion the
Plants, people
R SAL: rmudajt our
] than in other
!$1.00 per 1, Address T. L. city to aid y< u in building good roadso through the local pres I any nation. When a nation acts this way is it not significant :
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S wart, Oran >n e ''la. l-2t you can c< nveniently get the goods Our home merchan can lesson for towns ? ; ,': : |
from the depot, for we do not build practically all the trof: their territory !f . "':' ,_ '_ ', IiHi
SALE OR TRADE-20 acresfive if they go afteiway. cat ?h this right i Yes it is
miles north of Loughman in Country road I .--Jackson Leade: !x a significant lesson, for this very community.

flJ\1"f ,Osceola county. Grove 180 trees, 5. You shall buy church bells and !tfj i .
i 100 7 years old; two'"hotises, one church Jixtui es from us and forward a uraeries h -' ,',

,.. built in Dec. 1912. 60,000 feet pine. t te nroney i u advance, for this. i ip fftf strain of PineapplexOfange trees, war- u K i't'
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land improved.Trade
I, a' .timber,for 8 Kissimmee acres real estate or mesa met od, and you shaU collect ranted to produce strictly fancy fruit. I .. ... .. ... .. .... ...... .. .... ...... .. . ... .......... .. ... ......... 'I f '

L. ,, sell for cash. John W. Hop from the bu mess men in your vicinity Oklawaha ,Nurseries. Tangerine, Fla., V- '.'Ft'
a, 1 / Loughman, Fla. 51 6 B as' much money as youWn for Write for catalog.'; I .. t

J !; tho.benefit, your churches a III . .' ; ..
$FOR SALE-Mptor boat, 80x8%{ Against our ] ulea to donate f orhnrchesL' 'bus .. HOTEL MANHATTAN AsS J

;*. in.'draft, 12 H p. engine! at ofpee-tf a>ar- fig country :.' KASJI1ON,. I <,a- B..Pde4: ;,Pro n). . .. f" .. RULL,. MARKET i
ifaln. See Saunders at this Ytt It' t 9' ir 't ,.4 'h'-' ; ",, 1''. .1:1
6. You ill I Acres fraoi A. C L. SUtioa ''r: i it,; ;7. 1" ,t '' .: I
a buy your ,tools .from The following clip OR'I j ', : ;. r Fresh Meat o/Afl, l Kiad. W''l'' tt
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", I FOR!! SALE Farm 'of 10 acres, 3- us and be yo r'own mechanic in order f the gifted Kansas 'r' ;,0.. .* -.>- : }:I : V' ''o. -, r

t room house, ,7 acres cleared and to drive the nechanics from your ricjttity man, William Allen STANFORD -..- 'yr-/ 1,

fenced, 2 acres fine younggrove for we wish it so.induce to some profitable i H. c. COMPANY ,}
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W N. That's some dress you've got on, lit- ; CLARK & MEIKLEJON I !Ii
coming (Into bearing. / .
j Just 2-tf,, 7. You ah ill your neighboring tie girl-it sure i. That delicate, ifHi;' Dry Goods, aotnmr aid Sboos, '
.Jo Loughman!\ Fla. to ever; thing from us, as we clinging, crinkly stu is the prettiest F..w.u.p sad Notioum Re4.. Estat.I I !Ii Z
cleared nice have room f r more money-the less cloth on the store c unters; that silk HiHi; !5'J d
t t, .FOR -20 acres half \
; qALE $
Persian sash of man colors so gracefully ; ;
there is in
"! fences, fair house, money your community, :
young grove, good swathed aboutiona the center ;
\ eey;
e i ooie crops now growing; terms th sooner w can put your local mer- of your anato ly would knock DUTTON-HARRIS CO. WATERS A CARSON GROCERY : '
+ > > reasonable. J. H. .llalley, Lough- e ants out of business' and charge you the spots off Joseph' coat. You are y; C SHOES I't ,
2-tf., /ny price w please corseter and tail'' 3d according to y; COMPANY. {
\ man. Fla. 8. YOIIh II look the most extreme del in the ady; 108 Broadway
:-- ... .?.. i.I often at the beautiful fashic books
\MUST BE SOLD-One piano, one pictures in our catalog, so your vance But August your neck is t o low and your J if; y;-' ;; l

''tool grinding machine, one feed ,and wishes will i crease, and so you will sleeves-are too short] and your skirt
L KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. '
bone cutter, very cheapj. Corner send in a bi order, although is far and away tig ter than skirts .
)' +' Stimner and Bermuda avenue. 2-2p be not' in i mediate need of you the ever were meant to jbe. And that ,r% ETorytkimf for. tko H.... I.L I.1 f '
1 graceful slit exposing your dainty t J. E. Rash, Maaapr. H.dsa tadebab.r a "
otherwise
goods you might have left ankle shows a [stocking above i ii
'1:.1 Li MISCELLANEOUS. ome money left to buy !some necessary your pump that is alnost transparent !Ii' I '
goods from-your'local merchant.. enough to-see through. And you 9; $

i ;POUN On Posseil avejMi opposite 9. Yeas I have .the.,merchant, haven't any more pet coat than a rab i NELSON REALTY COMPANY {
I ack kid gloves. blt.--you know hrfvent.
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j 111'1. pa you .
OMier can sTittftaat this office who repair th t goods you buy from,. Ob, you're some swell, you are! No.'9 DarliaftoM ATCMO ..
1''" byprovi roperty ah
S.4. thUi aaV money for hii labor, to us, for newg4ods around the grove rubber after you as y; $
'will you'trip demurely bjf on your way to
'otherwJBe he
not notice
XWANTE irl to nets; house- the. .uplift.Jecturut I And have you LAWSON -v'vl
'y in f two Address pr ;. {
I .;., P. 0. 1-ltpd / 10 You,shill,in ,case of sickness or i i they were', rubbering!out. of pure ad- Cask Store l ;
need miration Ask brother about AGENCY ;-
apply to your local dealer for your a'i 10 Broadway j
"W NTED-PapUs for- piano or orgaa. '
I it. If he" anjf hell tell
got
sense l Fp
" 'I. Call on or address Mrs. V. aid and jeredft, as we dot i*rot;know ,I'yon some'things thajt will be hard on ifif '
i 'n,.B.:Pom ugh, 21 Suaner, St. 61-tf, you or care to. ...1';your vanity and god for 'your soul. !I *;-p/ $-r--- p 4rf

f'BOUGl ION SETS for sale, $16 'And "you've got /.ny'a.nle: you'll yt "
: nd. Henry W. Smith: take his word for ft; you'll lay 'that HUNTER LAND CO. I'f

\ auc a. Bl-12tpd I dress is wide away enough:and arolindthe' d i something,bottom that to Real Estate : +

108'- laced In the Valley Ga-': allow room for tt/o petticoats and $ "
,"- v found articles for If you.want an S-rpom hovsclos *; one pair of 4.g.. -m; ; !5' .
io have more
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.ft M (
I In. mod4ra In1
; every Way. For there never as a dress designed W. B. MAKINSON
kind I CO.
fe than other ono
the owner any .
$1600
cash. c. JWOCS ,
little girl, that half 1f iZ
\r'..:of:publicity. Five cents per line.I as.a young-girl's m esty.-so Exchange.beautiful yi Hardware. Cttbry, Boat S.po o
1 If you want a (-room house on Adeliar MacU. aid TyptwrttonDAWN'S ,.
.. OCAL STUDIO 203 Broadway,room rood street, lot 1I0xur ISOO 1 ad Maduasry.Mi !5
'8, ).Voices. correctly placed and d.weioped. .-' cash. ALL EMPTINESS!LOOKED -!Ii .\ J- 0
Jf Italian method. ,Mra Herr'rlngton -: ALIKE TO HIM \
:,: will see those wishing toatudy.op I If yon want a l-room house : 'DEPARTMENT STORE .
[ Mondays and Thursdays,i and 10 aarcs of lanfl. f 1100 cash: The young me of the town had I'
' '" T to 9 p. m. Voices tried free. 48-26t: very .asy. 'terms on balance, bought the vacan lot opposite Miss Dry.Good,n..d.-r.SIt....Fat.LLL. f
which !w but little. ,
5 ..d tOc'1Gn I
WANT .ADS. in the Valley Gacettekro Martha, Billing"', "fashionableschool ffifi + w y .

'!* /,the'.means of selling sind rent- It yon want a U-acr. tract for you :ladies," purposing 9; -' I Y; t.

,' ';\'' sin property-t ,- ,when, aU.othir, ,TOeans I SIOO, UfO cash., to build .;club:h se thereon, relates; !

k 'h,f fa l:' Try It once: .& cents.1)ne.t y I If you*'want a 10-acre tract Ne&1e'a.,Map.a fia i nSSIMHEC LUMBER CO. J. W. PI..EfC1IS :Vr '

1 LF TOt ATLANTIC LINE* {tse.. 1100 ...... : ")1;am.orry f ""'yon," said' ono:: of fiw i Wfcoltulo" and .... I FUstos. 0rIus, Talld ML''r: r

I Mina Martha's t nds "I fear having : .......21. '
rte| or wf.re. Uenge Broa, Fort It yau'-want a 10-a re tract > ; ;. .
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<400, |XOO CIII I.'JDaeJ'.Cvma those instead 4 f.ay f.
menoflthat.onipty
young ipposite you "
,Fls.for rate'of faro and chedof ,;.. y; {
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t. salt pmrehaaer l will l seriously ,Inlr'answered .. if'A
Suwanee'and Corona < \ *
steamers r
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on either of above properties. Jur./jrourschoo i;' ':, ;. &. -oI11.i., ;; ...
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?yw SIMMEE FOR THE NEW COURT HOUSE THAT Tilt:COI I SIGNERS THAT WILL SOON U 6UILDED.k .

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OF LAND IN THURMAN CITY OR ADDITION WILL BE GIVEN A CERTIALL PUBLIC EXPENSES AND INCOMES, WHICH WILL BE PUBLISHED :

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