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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 30, 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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Volume ID: VID00670
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t..' DON'T FORGET ,NEXT TUESDAY IS ELECTION. .


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CrT fD'O C'K Democrats Urged To Go To Polls;, BELGIAN r AMBULANCE CORPS THE FRONT '

Republicans Have Local Ticket Y : GROWERS S

r SEND.z
Next Tuesday November 3,- U election day. The poll MU open at :

HAS BEENREPAIRED -: 7 a. m.. and will remain open until! sundown. \ MEMBER z

Every Democrat u vIed to go to tl< poDs on Tuesday and cut a vote ; ,

lor the, candidate nominated in the primary election !

. In this county the Republicans have candidates on the ticket for state

and county offices, and it i* therefore very necessary that all Democrats to DADECITY'To

to the polls early and place a cross before the name of the following '


; ,.. Progressive-r-Club Beginng candidates. . .- -'.Democratic Ticket W dew a t. Ask, for f CoOperation'In ':.'



:; Work On Pavilion THIEF CAUGHT United State Senator (Y3 Rate light'

_, ,.. DUNCAN U, FEETCHEK.Representative ,
', Local Association)Dete aiines'to'Sh1' (i i
k Will B Plaeedln Pavilion and Boats Kept 4th Congressional District a"1 Produce b, :Through Express Only ? ,
W. J. k'r tr When It Is I"adytsabltV..._ '
/ for Hire So Visitors Can Enjoy the : SEARS. )
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'.. Lake. I ?Commissioners of t
> AgricultureW. ,
Who Took $78 from the Of- p.
The Kissimmee Progressive Club fice of the Ice Plant) is Caught McRAE vx 0 t tx :A resolution passed! by the O eeola' ;
is a live organization. Through its --- County Fruit and Truck Growers-As. ,
Before Getting Out of the I'own. t\
4 Justice Supreme Court: sedation in cession last .
fathers induced Saturday
efforts the city were In Jail. $ f k was
I to have the city dock thoroughly repaired JOHN C. VERY.f x?, a .to the effect' that the members of the ,;

and now the Progressive Club For the first time this fall an arrest ,\ T. M. SHACKLEFORD- 'y' "l4A7: v r } > off+' }'' Jak 3', + s .r'4 proposes to erect a pavilion over the II was made Wednesday for theft Member Assembly v proposed lower express rate that will ...

1 t dock and place seats there so that it the guilty party being a stranger, N. C. BRYAN .. vt o.r8 YF < u.d316 .e m. 1 tu, that become the effective Association on ,Nov.mber'l.aDd will continue y;,
may become a real recreation place giving his name as Adam DeHaven its ,-}
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for townsfolk and visitors. I and hailing from Richmond, Va. County Assessor ..,..-.ac- -_ ---r fight for better shipping facilities and ';-
.: Work on the walkway of the dock DeHaven had evidently hoboed into W. I. BARBER .. rates. Member agreed also that they .'
will be -finished up this week. The town and presumably was looking for I I TJND. -" would not ship by through express to !,'
, Progressive Club will have workmen work when he went to the ice plant County TreasurerS. I the principal eastern markets when it
LEE BARBECUE AT WHY WEEDS ON STREETS '
.tart on the building of the pavilion Wednesday morning. It happenedthat I., LUPFER could be.. avoided. r
" n next Monday and it will be completed no one was in the office at the : I Shipping by Boat f<
:r. if possible by the end of the week. time and a bag of money and checks County. L.Tax BANDY.CollectorC. SOUTHPORT SATURDAYThe ASKS CIVIC LEAGUE This determination is'" the result ef
j.o successful experiments in
Entire New Floor. was conveniently near. DeHaven took i ii shipping
II' Persons gonig; down to the dock the bag and all and started down the i i County Commissioner, District No.1 I eggplant to New York by boat. Al ;
now hardly !know theplace.. An en- railroad track toward the depot, benton I!! E. L. LESLEY j Methodist church barbecue to I The Civic League feels obliged to though eggplant 1 I. considered very tithese
tire new floor of dressed lumber has getting the first train out of town. be held on the John M. Lee place, again call attention to the unsightly perishable flr.t-ahlpmentIJ went
east chutes abolished, leaving; one One of the --men about the ice plant I I County Commissioner District No. 2. j growth of weeds which are allowedto through in great shape. and although 1/
,* been put in and the old north and saw the stranger go in and come out i R. V. LANIER I Southport is scheduled for tomorrow remain on vacant lots. sold on an average market brought,
.'t chute on the south side for freight of the office and became suspicious of : (Saturday) and everything: is in read- Sometime ago our town authorities good returns to the growers becauseof
> traffic. The gangway on the westside his actions. Superintendent W. II. I: County Commissioner, Dixtrirt No. 3 i iness for the day. made dire threats against the ownersof the saving in shipping charges.. .It' "
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; now leads down to a walk near Jones returned before the strangerwas : I A. F. BASS. The boat will leave the city dockat any weeds which should be found I.,-isk i argued therefore that even at the
the water's edge where can pan out of sight and the man who certain of some loss In shipping the gi
one I II I ;; standing on a day. The guillotine -
County Commissioner, District No. 4 9 a. m., sharp, and everybody is
S ily get into boats.In had been watching told Mr. Jones I loomed large! It seemed that growers can better afford to ship by +;
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addition to the building of the about the fellow. A quick investigation requested to be on board before that all would be cut down at one fell boat at 61 cent per crate from Klssimmee >
pavilion and seats the Progressive showed that the money bag con- CommUxioner. District No. 5 time. Returning will arrive here ( swoop! The fateful day arrived, and to New York City than.by
Club will build a boat office on the taining $78 in silver and checks was FRANK WALKER I, between 4 and 5 o'clock in the after: passed, however, and no heads fell through express to New York at Lag
, dock and will see to having; a man gone and Mr. Jones started on a run noon. into the basket. The weeds likewise per crate 1'h.unless the market,.is very'
t, 1 kept there with boats and fishing toward the depot to catch the thief. I Members School 1 Board: I An invitation is extended to the were spared. Was this clemency possibly trong. grower commented on' r
y t tackle for hire. It is also planned to With the help of D. M. Floyd he W. C. BASS. j I public to come along and enjoy this due to the fact that the city itself the fact that of the 61 cent charges ',
p' have the band give concerts in the caught DeHaven, found the money on WALTER BRONSON I I fine trip across the lake. The boat fare is an offender? Many of the if routed by boat, S3. cents of, that g
' pavilion once a week or oftener. his person and called for Sheriff In- I J. S. STRATTON: 1: entitles everyone -to all the pleasuresof sidewalks are so overgrown, especially goeR to the express! company for hauling -
Superintendent Joiner of the light gram. "P>e day, including the trip, a real 'on the street side, as to leave scarcely ( the produce as far as Jacksonville.
plant is preparing to erect a number DeHaven is a white man about barbecue dinner, and several hours' | a path in the center. Boat charges from Jacksonville to
'. of electric poles on the north side of thirty-five years old and does not look FIRST SHIPMENTS BY I picnicking in one of the finest oak i Many of the property owners keep New York are 18 cents per crate. ),
the dock and the city wil keep the like a habitual criminal. Sheriff In- groves in Florida, as well as having I both sides of the walk clear of weeds, In connection with the discussion' }
entire walkway and dock lighted at gram sai dthe prisoner would say very BOAT SUCCESSFUL \ an opportunity to see one of the finest j I. but the outside is clearly the work of of rates attention was called' tothe
night for the convenience of those little about himself except that he had I orange and grapefruit proves in the the town, and if the town would do fact that the growers .of, /several } I
who enjoy being on the waterfront at been unable to find work anywhere and I county. On these occasions Mrs. Lee this part of the work perhaps' more. counties will meet In Dado City on
night. took the money because he needed it. I > F. O'Berry hat ft rd 8hcd.the Gazette always generously".allows ,yjsitorsto of tbe I lot owners would feel,,.disposed . October'31 and It.was decided that a
Dock at Oliver's Island. Although he l is in jail awaiting cir with information as to !Lie receipts pluck and eat what fruit they can con to. keep clean up to the sidewalkline. "pnHratatiy.'from'' the Oseeola'eouri- ti
Oliver Bros., of Oliver Island, are cuit court and subject to a five years I sume. ty organization be sent:to meet with
r" t making a new dock there, which will jail sentence the man seems uncon- from his first shipment of egg Everybody who has ever attended If the weeds were cut 'now they them and to- try to Induce them to 'Immediately , r
> be for the benefit of tourists who cerned about his fate. I plant to New York by 'Clyde Line to expect a big dinner*and a big time. would not grow up so rank again this Inaugurate_;e? State-wide
wish to visit the island. They will from Jacksonville, which receipts; as Strangers are as cordially welcomed season and the city would make a fight for lower express rate*. Local, '
1 also clear away the underbrush near as homefolks. Its a chance for a real more agreeable impression on our rowers[ feel that'other sections differ\ .
compared to what they would have '
G V ELECT OFFICERSAT old-fashioned picnic that will be'' remembered from this.'county! only' in that
the dock I landing and put some) seats U. winter visitors. COMMITTEE they .
Under the fine shade' trees there so,. , been if the shipment had been made as one of.the events" of your may bave.mor. truck to.ship, there: '
that parties visaing the l island can : through; express were enough larger winter: in Florida. fore In' being able to ahlp by carloadots. .
take along lunch, if they wish, and en' 'ANNUALREUNIONLakeland to cause growers to sit up and take CITY .SCHOOL PLACED J, F. O'Berry was the man ap,
Joy the day in this beautiful spot. notice # > MISS LORD WILL OPEN .. .' , pointed to attend this( metelng In Dad
What's the matter with having al!!. r 1 Mr. O'Berry.made. this first'ship- ? i .EMBROIDERY.. SHOP. City.' - ,. ,
dock at Kissimmee park? Fla., Oct. 29.--The principal -' ment on a wire quotation of from $2.60 Miss Lena Lord;: ,-who' has been with ON ACCREDITED: LIST Regarding Citrus..Exchange..
The Progressive Club has not finished business today of the annual reunion to $3 and the entire thirty-one crates the U. C. Stanford dry goods store Another matter brought up for ...- i
its work by any means. Headedby of the Florida Division, United sold for $3, which is a pretty good I for some time, is preparing to open The following letter from State In. cussldn was.the proposed organization;
Col. F. A. Lincoln, the club has Confederate Veterans, i is election of indication that the eggplant went I', an exclusive embroidery shop withina spector of Schools, Jno. A. Thackston I of a home exchange among:county
done fine work already but it is only officers. Most of the day ill being through in first-class condition. week or ten days. She has secured to Professor Evans, is selfexplanatory orange growers and the Association
beginning the good things planned. given over to business sessions. Freight on this shipment amounted to|I window and floor space in the : authorized the appointment a com'nittee
Your support is needed and every commanders elected and commissions / to confer with the leaders of
Brigade were $15.81, cartage $1.55 i i Prentis Music Store on Broadway and October 26, 1914. ,
citizen in the town should add his this morning af follows: j $9.30, making a total cost of $2i.f( !! will 'carry a good line of embroidery Prof. R. M. Evans, Kissimmee, Fla. this new movement personally! and at F
or her dollar to the fund needed to First Brigade-Alfred Ayer, Ocala. and leaving a balance of $66.34( as Mr. [ and fancy work materials as well as Dear Prof. Evans::This is to notify ,the meeting announced for November, '
r ), accomplish these things. Second Brigade-S. M. Robinson, ,O'Berry's profit. If shipped by I' hand-made< novelties of all kinds. you that the Osceola High schoolwas I,4, and ask that Instead of forming a .;
BASS OPENS Chipley. through express thirty-one crates at Miss Lord's ability to conduct a placed on the Southern list of new organization that they :work' -
HENRY T. Third Brilade.-J. D. Allen, Lake. $1.43 would have cost $44.33 and with shop I i of this character is well known accredited schools by the Southern through the existing organization'of, r
NEW GROCERY STORK "
land. ) and commission the same, fruit and truck grower Many of
cartage and she has many promised customers commission which met in Charlottesville -
n Tragic Inciednt Mars the Reunion.A would be which if the members ot the exlstlpgorgani-' f
: total cost $55.18,
tJ.I Henry T. Bass has leased the storeroom aVready: Va., last week. I certainly congratulate I zation of
are oWners
incident marred the sold the orange groves
tragic reun- the at same '
I produce price you and the good people of
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in the Waring building on ion this morning. A. S. McGregor of would leave a balance of $S.' .82 for I"TAMPA SI>E1AL" RUNNING : Kissimmee on the recognized standingof and are a* vitally Interested in.the
1: Broadway, which was recently vacated Tantpa, a member of Camp Loring, of the grower. Difference in the two ON: SHORTER SCHEDULE (I your high school. Now lets "make I' citrus industry a* in the trucking
Olivet's Suitatorium and i U
i by that dead of heart fail- doesn't fields of the county With the excep.
city, dropped routes is $26.52 and the grower the best better" and give Florida the
'} now putting in a full line of groceries ure shortly after 9 o'clock. He was get any of that difference.It Both the northbound anal I\outh-I best high' schools in the' South. I Lion of the acknowledged the citrus+, y
there. The store is next
t new grocery standing in 'front of the Auditoriumtheater l therefore that bound "Tampa Special" trains fruit* are the county's
is not surprising A copy of the list will be sent to {
door to the Parlor Meat Market, also I Line running biggest a.set'.nd feel ,
Atlantic Coast are many that-it
at the time of- the seizure. Mr. local ,have determined to use I
t owfied by Mr. Bass and the two shops growers this you as soon as possible. is of '
McGregor was about seventy-three lines In to through shorter schedule. Beginning more direct benefit to the county'than
i,. open into each other at the hack of the boat preference i! week the running time of both trainswas Cordially yours, { the cattle, because so mor..1
s years old. lie at one time lived here I express whenever it can be done. If Jno. A. Thackston. many
*!jtne building. i down fifteen minutes thoughthe \ I people .b.re.n! the profit from It. J
cut
birth. The
and
Georgian by that the t
L was a it is found produce can goby .1.
Workmen have been busy this week body was taken to a local undertaking boat with comparatively little loss same number of stops are made 44000..0000. .. o In concluding the business,of, the
',, putting in fixtures for the grocery parlor to be prepared for shipmentto of the longer time they figure 'between Tampa and Jacksonville. <0nUTY OF DEMOCRATS. day the secretary announced that one
because
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.S, store, and stock is being moved in Tampa, where interment will be better afford that loss I i No. 91 now arrives in Kissimmee at Every Democrat in Osceola new member. R. II. Brock had been,
and it is expected that the place will that they can P. M. should feel it bin to < received
made. The incident cast a gloomover than the extra charges 1:43 1 P. M., instead of 1:48: County duty 0-1 Into the .Association sino
be open for business tomorrow<: ( Saturday the morning's proceedings. Mr. O'Berry points express out that of the$1K81 ,I A No. 92 arrives in Kissimmee at 2:63: I go to the poll next Tuesday and < I[ the taut meeting,. He also ..taefba,)
). freight charges on this first P. M., instead of 2:43: P. M. <4 "help give. the Democratic noml- he had the sailing dates of the Clyde a
t --- --. - Liles visited in Wed- $10.23 was the express cost The new schedule will be perma- : 0- nee. a large vote. ,' Line and the Merchants and Miners., N
James Harris, of Riga, Mich., ar- nesday. Story Tampa from shipment here to Jacksonville. I nent. O.OOO.400.00000 C t. i: boats from Jacksonville north,,if anyone 44
rived in Kiseimmee this week to spend I I! wanted to refer to them. ,
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s the winter enjoying our unsurpassed '-') t''
climate. .1'.1Ot TRAFFIC MEN TO CONFER ."
TO MEET AT
ALL CITRUS GROWERS URGED WITH EXPRESS OFFICIALS$
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10 O'CLOCK 1 1I 's. F. Fansler, secretary of the Os.
I I COURTHOUSE WEDNESDAY MORNING f ceola CountFruit and Track Grow.. ;vT
the largest |ers' Association I-In receipt of a letter 4
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Many of the local citrus growers i way, paying the name price, and. realizing l- MRS. NORRIS OF BOSTON (I the' from Florida Mr.Growers Hosklns and traffic Shippers man of

: PRIMARY TO NAME have reached the conclusion that the about the same profit. ; I League, saying'that!: he had made arrangements .

idvertisement t time is now ripe for a change in the "This would eliminate the many for a conference with express '.
shady commission houses, who are BUYS LA MODE SHOP official He "
: regarding rates.
NEW SUPERINTENDENTRoma system of marketing their fruit and not interested In the welfare of either:! stated that; after this conference be X 1

to give public expression to this view the grower or the consumer and whose -- would take up the matter of rate. with

in this issueIOUD'S they have called a mass meeting to only interest Ir to get a big commission The LaMode millinery and suit shop the grower here: f,
Thomas, chairman of the be held at the court house next Wed out of the deal. changed hands this week, Mrs. N.- II.
I county Democratic executive l com nesday morning at 10 o'clock. i TKese are a few of the reasons why Norris of Boston buying the interests Bartow..-Peace, Valley Farm Co., ,. '
mittee Is In receipt of a letter from Speaking of this new movement a all I local growers are urged to attend of Mrs.. Hattie Logan. The business will develop 20,000 acres taming land;
Governor Trammel! with reference to prominent local grower said: I this meeting. The committee calling will be continued 101 Broadway located demonstration farm. '
Department Store the vacancy created by W. J. Sears' "The present system of consigningour the meeting hope to enroll every',' with Mrs. Norris in charge and with fit.; Petersburg.'.-Frank J. Stamni A'
resignation as superintendent of fruit, or of allowing local packersto 'grower in the county next Wednesday ;! Increased stock of fashionable/ hats Son Have 'contract to build addition'to '
school in wasteful.We and then they expect to appoint an an head of recreation pier 'cost about
which the Governor statesthat consign it for us, is too I and dress accessories, etc. ;
Gets first page, mention h* hope the county committeewill never know whether we are goingto j organizing committee, whose duty it Mrs.gowns Norris Is a business woman of 2500. ... '. ,
find it consistent to hold a primary Mil at a profit or a loss. There are will be to get in- touch with growersin ''ability and wide experience and will
ni the largest advertiser in sometime between iow and February too many commissions! to pay and othet counties working along the'I doubtless make a success of her bu ines 14
this'issue. The advertise- 1.'li.SL.to nominate Mr. Sears' $here is too big a difference' betweenthe Such an organization could without; i[ venture here. Site come to KUImmee -, I '"THEWAKTSAD"fl ,
successor Mr. Sear' resignation amounts the growers,receive and, deubt.devise a system of marketing; with the intention"of'making ; ,
I s' }tarot. appears on page, take.,effect' February 1. the amount the consumer pvys.. that would permit this section to produce i this her permanent bom*. She 'is a MAN SAYS:
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s The committee will'' Into double the: crops that are now I
comity hardly
"If we were-organized an ex capable and artistic milliner and has
t 5 Mr.-a=meetiag-until-afUr-the chance: ;-and through organization} marketed. Low. price for fruit ar-. bought'and1I01Q wom40t'e! -wear'fof A-, iIr.* ;. .

I' '' tion of November S.but Mr..Thomas were ,able to control; ,,the marketing not caused by overproduction but by some of the well known house of the ', If you lay aside'-itktis\ ;Paper
l ; ;Neticff i jay'that 'as Soon a* possible thereafter qf ourfruit,' the) commission men under-consumption and ''too-. planles*][large. title from Frisco to Boston b*. without reinlngtht: -want:
: Spocial h. will get his committeemen:together'to would come 'right here. and,buy our and unscientific .way of handling the. .aide conducting successful establish. D;? :'
I .. ' . ; .. 'ran"4.t :,* ; special crop and pay;;for them before moving. crop 1.:to a .t.pteftt responsible..rocnto of her own. For,a long time :ads, you will not bare"RPM D I
The r asettoAM/1Il i each week primary!!: + '.j..Q..;'::;, -A- Thus Uutcommi..lort'mea' would] know A'blt' crop at a fair price$ brings I r......wa.:aaaoctatlJdwith.-CaB *; .. '-
what SK carlo* would them and proaperitytoalL.rAbig: crop"badly!; ) A" JI : ,TIIE"VAUETUIUoI'oU8io, ,
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Vl'>, .KAGE ,,%. I. ,'" .1 THE: ,KISSIMMEE VALL-ET GAZETTE l<< FRIDAY:.OCTOBER 30.; 1914. ,"',

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I VBt4BHCD. J VICRT 'FRtOAT: OP'JI't E'iN' VALLIU" OAZET1. 2 BUILDINO.KItl81MME has lady The big railroad boys are 'using all !it i...
;,r :: : , OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA.. county a applicantfor .
'I appointment as superintendent sorts of excuses for Masons why g}
,," -='=-:=="" .- -' ---:. \ Bondholders the Rock Island railroad are charging in a suit against schools, to succeed: Hon. W. J. Sears. freight rates should be. advanced Th > !''

; : '. Owner the road bonds to admit that latesf proceeding i., the V',
W.B.HARRIS4 -_ _.. -, -_- L.J1Z j, 'the managers of that to the value of $115,000,000 are now Everybody is willing a flimsy on
quoted at only $15.000.000. .. woman is better qualified to raise a nouncement that a western'road can. .,
j.CIltC13PTI4llltlte [ T.E.aOne e",1> ar-:: :_____ __ _________ child tr1"''_.._iyTVi .*""1 .*hqthy.jnj"ta -bot'eorganized.unieesxake.gre: # ?
f;,' Oiio .copy, .1" mtulI, ,",.. n. ......... t '.... \hhlil ;I;..nU> .___.-- t.-- --This-i.-PTobab\y\ :# eir1"tatwor.th-bQt"Um1er-th! : ; tdfitti-Vrbbaisdiclteii i'' good teachers," but"many matt "attir creased The Toad"has been-In re-
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i - (Aldrich was a Rockefeller senator) they are made available, for cashing in contend that women are unfitted/ for ceiver'a: hands for three years ROT1
e I All ;'communication., aet'; "from our authorised correspondent, moat ba ,on national notes at par. office, though their unfitness has never TEN management put it there, yet the' .fr,
U (f' *'* in that '* been actual demonstration.On itl can be reorganized is to ,
,vA R.1ifedhmJluV"wll" ) not b. returned for.Enured The raise rates the "powers that be, forced on an unwilling proven by only way
1'__ ___ unle.aYoatl.d' __._. _.__, Inter-State Commerce Commission'merely makes sure the Interest on this kind the contrary, where tried they' be permitted to bleed,th. shippers, so' ,(
have made school offi rotten flnanceering caD be car- {
'l ( at the I'oatolTIc In KlMlmmeY Florida. -cIsa. matter.) of paper. To jet the interest and at the same time the equivalent of cash most capable more
on cials.- Orlando Sentinel. Florida Growers News.
..... ... rled on.--
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$ "1 FRIDAYOCTOBER,23,1914. worthless paper is a financial achievement that is unequaled in history., i:

"if''i ==. -;- ALL FLORIDA SOIL HEEDS LIME. : '

I .. .... het 100 per M.t rf.d*.er ..t.,
Lf \v .rt.d oar Iline earl -
] The Public DefenderThe I erect peu.d. Oar l/ea I. .ot crastiadle sad 70.L NOT... IU EASE_..TilE.et.AMMONIA af... <'i''" .J
1.4' --watch I. the .....,rI.l. a.....ltT f. e..t fertt1ieaF We .. .
A.It. f.r Ire. ,
I r How To Support Wilson I Aarl..ltar.1. parp_. ..IT. ..d gear..te y.u aatlataetl. "
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Public Defender would be a most worthy addition to our judicial "BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE' COMPANY'. \
'
s i If you are forJVoodrow) Wilson and his Policies you should vote for system. It will be of great aid to the many persons who in case of troublein DEPT. "C," OCALA FI. RIDA. ____ :"

Y Democratic candidate!, for the Senate and House"of Representatives who a strange city, without funds or friends will have some one to. defend

: \ will support and aid him in the execution of (hose Policies. You cannot them in the proper way arid see that justice is dealt out in a fair and impartial -

.: uphold him by voting for I Republicans who will oppose him in the next manner.It CARSON FARMER:: : '1; ',

c Congress If you believe that President Wilson is a SAFE MAN: if you I is a well-known fact that the "down-and-ouler, when in trouble --- 2NSVRANC: :;: -

l'' '. believe that he is working for the BEST INTERESTS of the country; if often unlawfully held and sometimes, hurriedly sentenced which is due to ,

x ': rt I you believe that the things which he has done are based upon RIGHT his not having the proper person to defend him. By the creation of this Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency 1.;

'..; PRINCIPLES; if you believe that he should be allowed to CONTINUE THE new office, the Public Defender, everyone would be. given an equal chance, State Bank Building

f' \. WORK which he has begun, you should VOTE i FOR THE MEN WHO WILL thus insuring justice to all.

: ; UPHOLD HIM. Republicans in the next Senate and House, for political The movement for the Public Defender should receive the endorsement

''j, r t purposes will oppose him and his Policies. Democrats will sustain him. of every fair-minded citizen, and he should do everything in his I ---"

li ": A vote for Democratic candidates for the Senate and for Democratic (help make this new office a part of the judicial system of every Stain .'-0 000.990 ... O OOOOO. . . .. . .0000000ONICN r

k; members. of the House is a vole for Wilson.. A vote for Republican candidates the Union. EI Ii) l

'j is a'vo'le against Wilson. There is no middle ground.
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MENy : NO, DON'T DISCUSS IT I GOVERNMENT BY LAWYERS I II Genuine Teneriffe Grown Bermuda Onion Seed. New crop '. I ,

f The Seattle school hoard has derided I "'" now ready for delivery. lb.
From 190l! to 1913, inclusive, American ,
-. I Extravagance J < that men make by their toil
j enacted H2.014; new laws. During the
2.00
? ; and skill, thus removing Red Bermuda '
a hardshipon
same period the decisions of
i' I I industry, and to increase the tax State nationaland Crystal Wax Bermuda 4.50 ,
courts filled
f To have' adequately maintained the army and navy during this world on the site value of land, a value whichis volumes. To support his 630 assertion ponderous before -
i crisis. is that extravagance) i made wholly by community outlay the National Bur Association that I Postpaid )

ks I i To have given nearly $3,000,000 for the relief and home transportation and growth, is i. not a fit subject to be we have too many laws, many of
( of the Americans caught abroad by the war is that extravagance ? djscussed in the public schools. them vague, uncertain and well calculated : KILGORE SEED COMPANY

_i I j To have set aside an additional $1,000.000 with which the State Suppose In u certain we city illustrate are two m'n. born Hoot cited to breed these litigation impressive Senator figures. y: PLANT CITY, FLORIDA. .

)' Department.is performing the diplomatic duties of practically the entire into the world equal. Smith works I lie might have added that lawyers
world. in the great capitals of Europe, is that extravagance ? with his hands in a foundry for $2 a I themselves are largely to bl one for I oo..o'Otoo oooo..o..o. .
# I To have diverted. temporarily, $5,000.000 to insure American ships day. For the days he is laid off. for i i! existing conditions.
the Hays he I is "sick, for the days he "
i ("onsideialy than
i one-half
of
more
and American cargoes against (lie risks of war is that extravagance? takes
) off to rest, he gets no pay. We the mmebers of e
I Congress are lawyers, .
To have massed our troops on the Mexican border to have occupied hire say you've seen !such men the
| members of Congress are lawyers,
i' Vera Cruz to have assumed the expense of rescuing Americans in Mexico there are quite a number of them. i the same preponderance in most of the .I1. G. WflGNEH G INSURBNCE$ GENGy. t tI

;i this at a cost of some $8.000.000 .is that extravagance? Brown, on live other hand, inherits State Legislatures., For the great .. ...
t' a )piece of land. Originally, it was bulk of the I
; laws
To have used 8000.000 to Mexican of passed lawyers are
prevent a war intervention
t wild land over which Indians and buffalo responsible. They write them, they Successor to Arthur E. Donegan AencyRoom
at a cost of 400000000. is that extravagance ? roamed. Brown's grandfather ,
them, in
enact
': To have given the increased appropriation to handle the vastly increased pot it from the (government by entry, them executive many approval cases and they in give the Ne. 9 Second (door Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246 .

: i of business of the Post Office Department a business which includes the (government having taken it from courts they alone interpret them. If
b' ) service of the Indians by force. Years ago a laws are bad, redundant and inconsistent
a .new vast proportions| and infinite benefit to the people and
:: town built itself around this land and the administration of justice General Insurance Business! represent! th-! strvajfest! and moat /'
I which is a paying business now is that ?
extravagance
i When the title fell to Brown the land tardy and chiefly Reliable
unequal,
lawyers companies.
are
.: The truth is that the Democtatic vacant but weeds ;
appropriations throughout represent was -nothing rp" to blame for the matter is in their
;j' the use of the people's money to advance the public interest-a policy ,on it. But because every year more own hands. We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Doneg Agency
which the people passed by it, going to and from Senator Root's that t
Republicans consistently Will the truth the suggestion was
quite
;f1 < I lies win ? oppose. or work a merchant offered to rent the ,the people must have expert assistance without chaneYour patronage is respectfully solicited. :

t . land of Brown, agreeing to pay $10 a in their legislation meaning of
day {ground rent and put up a build- -
:oiir:te .more--lawyers-> )r heTace of
i ,y in g r i hp'Kide paying, -IJI Ow,,'n1axes.: --;i iSo the record, we should say that the -- --
f Raise a Pig now Brown sits i-n a club, doing remedy indicated is to take govern-
I'
h nothing, or stays at home sick or goes ment out of the hands of lawyers e<-
,r" on a vacation; but, no matter what he' clusively and confide it to the people. 20 Acres of THIS Citrus Land Will
r.- ft Probably the best advice ever given the Negro of the South was given does, or doesn't do, every day he gets Those who rule by assumption as
$ID from land he didn't And
improve.
to him the other day when Booker said those who rule by divine right usually
Washington : one of these' days he'll ask $15 and .
botch the York World.
w i I want to ask that each family raise at least one pig this Fall. Where then $20 and get it, too, because each I I job..New 4 Make You Independent k

) one or more pigs are already owned. I I. want to ask that each family raise year the growth of th% town, the com- j :
additional this Fall. mon activity, increases: the site value OUR SYMPATHY <'I 7
," \one, pig of that piece of land. '' This beautiful tract of land is located just 12 miles south,of Kis :I
+. ' J-; 'As soon as possible I want )o' ask that this plan befollowed/ by theorganization Now, don't you see that :it would Editor McCormack;;; ;; of the Live Oak simmee-near 'the southwest, 'shore of Lake Tohopekaligv 80 rods' ;

rf' ",' -Ir of a Pig Club in every community where one does ,,not 'already never do to discuss that situation in a Democrat, has our heartfelt sympathy northeast o( Lake Russell right in between two lakes-this land is ':
f :" l, }xisl. I want, to ask that the matter betaken up at once through families public[ school ? It '. might make the in his great bereavement over the ab.olutely'fro.tproof, and has climate mild that ;
.. Smiths of Seattle -discontented.- loss of his most promising a so even. thetende"r i,
.,ZscJsools. churches and societiesfarmer"; son. -
institptes'buxiness" leagues, etc. lanta Star. <0- lemon tree thrives free' from cold. '
'
'The'.ver.ge pig is Valued at about $5. If each family adds The "o.i//<-
z'.r. onlyone lancj itself consists of Hammock Grove which'means that it qF'(
pig in a few months, at the present prices for hogs $10 would be THEY NEVER. NEVER1 WE'LL DO OUR BEST is high above the water and covered with a growth of magnificent live <,< I i

'1/ .added to the wealth of the owner and $14,000,000 to the wealth of the LEAVE KISSIMMEE ,,' The Kissimmee Valley Gazette- alive oaks growing hickories and other varieties of hard-wood trees. The !fr!;
wire. her down there. ;
Keep going
colored: people. If each family adds two pigs, it would have in few j
a I Suwanee Democrat. immense growth which the old trees have attained testifies not only 'jf',)
+ months $20,000 more wealth, and $28,000,000 would be "See. Kissimmee First" shrieks the ,!
added with which i --*- to their long life but as well to the virtue of the rich sandy and 1.\\'
(Gazette.: "See Clearwater Last" is'' top ?;
te to promote the Welfare of the race during the created t sub-soil. Your
money stringency by clay dollars will become dollars
I' our motto, and stay here when you I growing when invested t
1; the European war. get here.-Clearwater Sun. I j SWAT THE BLUE LAWS in 20 acres of this soil. Soil and climate combine to make this land ;"
"Let us not put it off, but organize Pig Clubs everywhere. Give each I one of the richest and most fertile in
Florida.
,, ON THE I The Blue Laws will kill Kissimmee, tracts The tract is
JOB
) / boy and girl an opportunity to own and grow at least one pig." I I thinks the Valley-Gazette. Right you located within one mile of the John Lee dock and are assured of

The advice of the Negro educator would be mighty good advice for I Han You'is can of the always Kissimmee depend upon Gazette W. B.to ,I be. Keep up your fight and kill the good transportation. facilities for your fruit.BIGSUREPROFITS. you ;I"

the white families of the South especially if the boys and girls could be I do the right thing at the right time. I law. Throw it In the Lake and drown .

i encouraged to raise something of value. Children should be taught while I His Newspaper I lay paper was a j( the without pest.that The foolish town thing is good on.the enough law '

they are yet young that they should produce something. I I hummer.-Clearwater Sun. i books.-Apopka News.

1e ;),1 1 WE WROTE IT 300,000 j ,. If you want to double and triple your money inside of a year or '",..j

j New Bulletins Issued li' The Florida Metropolis paves theway ABOUT TIME two--this is the place. Why pay $1.000 per acre for a grove when :
I for Osceola county to achieve you can buy this high grade citrus land at $40 per acre and then !:1
undreamed of'greatness by announcing Just. think of 3J,19fi boys and men, with the expenditure of a few dollars and some labor
can develop
\ Following are some of the popular titles recently published by the !] : that Osceola() will ship three million and 29,933: girls 'and women in the your own grove and reap the profits? Write us about you this splendid ;'.1
:. Department. These boxes of fruit this year. In viewof state of Florida that can neither read H
9' may be obtained free on application to the Editor'and J; the fact that Osceola ships usually nor write. Isn't this enough to stir
f'.t Chief, Division of Publications, as' long as the department's supply lasts. about a hundred thousand boxes the I I the inner soul of our legislators and proposition.BREAKER

h Thereafter they may be obtained by sending coin or money order to theI' wonderful increase must be accounted cause them to pass a compulsory law? & BARCLAYAdjoining
net amount staled to the Superintendent of Documents. Government for by the headline writer.-Or- Think about it, Mr. LegislatorBristol .'
't'' Chui RoU Office: Printing ]-lando Reporter-Star, <( Fill.\ Free Press. ; Manhattan Hotel 1 Kissimmee, Florida

s i ; Johm The Granular Venereal -Disease: and'Abortion in' Cattle. Fifty-seven --- ,
i pages two illustrations 10 cents. I c:. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.: I'j 1

hie" Canal Structures for Irrigation Ca nals. Sixty-one pages thirty illustra-I ,f "

f i. .ma tions. (Professional paper). 20 cents. i The Waters & Carson ':::

C This paper will beo.f interest to engineers and directors rff farmers' '
k .dy' canal companies in the irrigated sections of the West. + 41
; Five Oriental Species of Beans. I SUPERIOR SERVICE "
Thirty-two pages, seven illustrations h,
(Department (Bulletin 119)). 10 cents. I Grocery Company COURTEOUS TREATMENT ,

I This bulletin describes the adsuki bean, the rice bean, the mung bean I ..,It
,) the urd. and the moth bean ; it is of interest to botanists.
|
(, The Mjfcogone Disease of Mushrooms and Its Control. Twenty.. four I j
/ Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
pages Tight illustrations (Department Bulletin 127)), 10 cents. I

--'v, -I! ,GROCERIESWE

i. : pages ( 131)). 5 cents. : .

l j v l Commercial Turkestan Afalfa: Seed. Six pages, one illustration (Department '' -- Notice Kissimmee

"i .' Bulletin I 168)), 5 cents. I.' 0000 O.Ov0.000. .. 00000 . .. . .0 . Boys and Girls
fhR \, This bulletin is intended to warn American alfalfa growers to avoid 0 0d nl

J the.ucc: of commercial Turkestan seed which though inferior to domestic'grown SELL. : 0 WEE : .
feed is retailed at higher 0 HAY, There are some of the boys and
a price. making
greater profits for the
girls of this
O City who have
sl 't dealerThis bulletin tell. how this cheapest' of all. alfalfa. seeds in the GRAIN. HIDES .. started a Bank Account, but not would yet

European market can be identified. I 0 FURS, like to. This may mean YOUeo come caw
I**" eonomie conditions: '-in the Sea Island Cotton Industry. Eighteen pages : FERTILIZERS, 0 e in and see our Cashier and I lei him *!

(Department Bulletin. ))46)). 5 cents. 4 WOOL i J Jell you what the Citizens Bank of
w Hiaiimmee
0
"I SHINGLES, can do for you.
IJ 5ucUn Grass'as: Forage Crop. Twenty pages. ten illustrations (Farm-. O O Bring this ad with you.

Bulletin 605), Mt . --, ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND ..... tq
;- '-Demand ;for informai'rega'ding this new hay plant have come : .. 4% INTEREST PAID ON
from'', nearly' '"'every .section of the United States but more 'especially from ORANGE. WRAPS, 4 I '. ALL \ .. t k.
e SAVINGS
the ./ outheri.Statese: neiicute. d of 'a'',desirable hay grass' hat teem VEGETABLE CRATES 0CRATE' I 0 COUNTRY .. ACCOUNTS.. 4n

'' '_ since .-the advent of ''the. .boll weevil forced diversification of crops .. ' .. ' J' ?

s' Jill's :bulletin is designed' to;' meet his"demsnd by7.:,making available i J ;' the. .. !: NAILS..... ',. .PRODUCED. i Arthur E. r '' d
'M' : J Donegan-
r. .-F ).. ,4-: : O "'. : PrK.IWeavc4'a'

rk./ ; ,,' f:i1aic1I-l" ) aei ana o+r'lo BUild: hemr*, ",Nineteen_ ,pajesi> ,;_,f fortyight. ; (' illui.t. .,'.. ". .. .. ..,..ti0. .. 00- ., .040 ... "0 000' ....'. ... ....._. .."..,.\ .. t.. "., I.' .,- President.Il ..*". "' .,."."._&" ';'..,' t .s,
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Md an "
garden , _'
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: ..II.. ,;. t{ -w aa Methads'of'Era' f atiorii i r Frightpages.aFyei: lw illustrations" -" ,W. fir special attention to lain* eel hontJax' W ca plagtpartM. ( .. ,- -! .
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STUPENDOUS.,PAUCE OF LIBERAL ARTS- ND.SOUTH GARDEN -AT-THE GREAT- r -; ORPANAGEtSOCIEIYfAPPEALS ''fbl.etheaeaulne.edt, tae full. __

WARING SELLS- PANAMA-PACIFIC: INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SAN FRANCISCO '. 1915Coprrlffht. I TlVS BkOMO OUiNIMS. Lo.fcf r1cM. n
: .w : : .. W.GBOVK. Cares a Co)!,1la Oae IMy.
I .r. r't .FOR.FUNDS: coaelt.54 bead..bej.rd wakaoa..id'. 2Ie": .

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.*- :LUMBER 'PLANT. -w' 1- : -m4 _ ,'The Children's Horn MfalSMSBW'', ,Society of' M. TILLER

d
Florida with
headquarter at. Jacksonville
'I' f \t leaking) an earnest appeal : Real state Agency: r j
Zachary Lumber' Company, of Sanford rya" ) far funds to .carry on the work. of

Buy. Hi* Interests! Will Con. caring for the homeless and helpleii .:.................._.....{...._.._-,<
I tinue to Operate Here aa Yellow children tef Florida. These'funds are
Pine Lumber Company. 1T needed Realty bought and sold.
., Immediately as the society is '.
,
,r has sold s z 3 yl..x t ;. facing the greatest crisis it ha. ever Houses'ranted.
R. D. ther Yellow known in its twelve existence. '
year's : Taxes paId Titles-'yer-; f ,
Pine Lumber Company to A. D. and
The public is urged to come' to the *
ified for non-realdenta., : >
Wm. A. Zachary of Sanford, owners
at with their nickels
rescue once ,
of the of Fire Life and Accident/llh''
Lumber
Zachary Company dimes, quarters,dollars, according to /
that city. Consideration was about what each Individual can afford. surance.Indemnity.

$35,000. : This is one of, the most worthy ,Bonds.RUBMYTISM. .; iV,
The fact that the plant has changed
;charities
in the State and
I hands that its business everybody tOOO.'OOOOOOO'.O"O'O"\0\
does not mean should
help. It would 'be. misfortune
r.
here will be discontinued. The
, new if the society should be forced toJriye
I
i I owners will continue up its work because of lack ofands.
the Yellow Pine Lumber
plant as
Six hundred and
'
! Company and many of the workmen children need to be seventyolielittle providedfor. ; Will cure )Rheumatism Nets :t

employed there heretofore have been Headache Cramps 'Colic' ?i
'. Your contributions should be raltfa. *. ,
retained ass part of the new force. sent to R. V. Coving-ton, treasurer, 41
Spraias.BruisesCutsBurnsOld
,
J. Hall who has been with Mr. War- I
Children's Home Society of Florida, Sores Tetter. 'king-iNormt EC-, \
for Borne time, will stay with the 1
l!: company.. l iii Room '361, James Building, Jackson terns, etc.'Antiseptic An.4r>e, !

.: D. and. Wm. A. Zachary are UM. by Panama Padflo International Exposition Company. yule off:., used Internally or externally 2Sc': J..
, ,
minent business men of Sanford,
Aerating a large plant there and also This picture shows tilt colossal Palace of Liberal Arts at the Panami-Padflo JnternaUooaJ'Ezpo.ItJciD" as seen a

, (fIt f a large plant in Pomona. They assumed from the great South Gardens. In the foreground la the Avenue of Palms, bordered by semi-tropical growths
'_ h charge of the Yellow Pine brought from all portion of the globe. The exposition will open on February 10. and e1oM.December1'11., and I tIt a.
r 1." Lumber Company on last Monday. exhibits from every part of the world will| be shown. e '

( Mr. Waring states that he is going I t _..The..EGl1 rite.. Storeolt.KiaSifni'nee 'e, ;t
to real estate business.
t open up a '
After the new Waring business blockon Pine Oil ( Wilcox)]
i Broadway is completed he will havea AWARD CONTRACT FOR TRUCK CROPS ARE IN : H ,
suite of offices there. Until then I - - "
he will operate from his present offices !|I There I. nothing so healing ... the
BALLOT BOXES SPLENDID CONDITION
t on Broadway. PLACING i I Oil llnament of Pine, cough which syrups!. the .foundation fare creams of TINWARE

I' I
LITTERED STREETS Kissimmee, Fla.; Oct. 24, 1914. Prospects for a good truck crop in'i iI ''end' J. soups n Wilcox of Jacksonville has
, the refined oil of the pine
I placed irrrwn
The Board of County Commissioners the county are very 'favorable. The un the market a. s household. remedy
of Osceola County, met on the i| rains this week-were.welcomed by the i I, which Is far nupeVlor to the preparations
; ATTRACT ATTENTION above date, there being present, E. farmers and indications are that it put up hv the patent medicinemen Will
of Pine the
., L. Lesley, Chairman; R. V. Lanier, O. I will be a good season for the farmers, foundation.using the For crude sale Oil at all drug stores es That
R. Bass, W. F. Walker, Commissioners : if the produce. can be marketed prot .
The appearance of some of the city ; and J. L. Overstreet Clerk and t ntably.I ---- -- r.
1 h: streets was condemned by the Board Auditor. I Eggplant is about the only truck being POTATOES 5
I of Trade in session Monday night, The Clerk presented following shipped at this time but local .SEED
'! and Mayor May, who was present at who stricken I' will beans in''
i' names were from the growers begin shipping drown un the rugged hills of Steu- WEAR"t.
the meeting, said that he would instruct Registration Books of the county, on 'about two weeks' time. hen founts about 1500 feet above sea
I'. the marshal to go after parties the 14th day of October, 1914, with 1! The acreage in eggplant this year I. \.,1 .
DISBASKStronfr.
FREE FROM ) .
who allowed the streets in front of request from each, that they be plac- throughout county amounts to''
Hardy. Prolific varieties Give'
their property or places of business ed back on The Registration Books, I more than 10(1( acres, all being raised them a trial. Send for Catalogue .>
'\ to become unsightly. Particular at- to-wit: for commercial purposes.' Of this I I II' !I WALKER SEEn POTATO FIRM.
tention was called to the appearanceof J. R. Powell, from District No. 4-, I'I' amount sixty acres are known to be Box .'. .*yo.... 8t...... CvHBty 1'1. V. If you want rattling good tinvare.t
Dakin avenue in the block off W. C. Prentins, from District No.4; I in first class condition and bearing .
Broadway and leading to the depot. Geo. W. Davis, from District No. 1 ; fruit of a very fine quality. Beans and come to this store. Don't buy tin; .
All the travel to and from trains w and G. J. Downing, from District No. 1 peas planted will not exceed fifteen Your Fan Cold Needs AttentionNo k r

. over near this street the sidewalks and with,horses the graBs feeding 1, whereupon the Clerk, upon was motion instructed duly seconded to- ; acres less quantity.and peppers are being raised in :, use to fuss and try to wear i It ware just because it ,is cheap. If youdoit's

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worn off, etc., strangers coming into place same on the Registration Booksas | Many of the growers are speclaliz- out. It will wear you out instead. like throwing '
the city are not likely to get a very :I requested.The i ing on strawberries this year and, : Take Dr. King's New Discovery, relief just yo.u'r.money

good impression as to the city's general matter of delivering the ballot '!'I' judging from the fine plants, most of follows quickly. It checks your We can'save
" appearance or progressiveness. boxes was taken up, Messrs. Lupferand I them have the strawberry crop wil 'cold and soothes your cough away. away. you
i f Considerable carelessness about de- Prather being the only persona lia a fine one. nl the vicinity of Children -
and of
Pleasant, antiseptic healing. article
" positing trash In the cans on the who had made application for the job, I Kissimmee about thirty acres are in money on every
t ). st.reetfor that purpose is noticed' whereupon, upon motion duly seconded 1 i strawberries.This like it. Get a 50c. bottle of Dr.
I. also. If everybody will make use of the contract was awarded to the estimate does not include King's New' Discovery and keep itJn -' -'.
these cans instead of throwing loose : said Lupfer'and Prather, at a cost-of i i things being grown In the numerous the house. "Our family cough and ,
fruit peels, etc., to the four
papers $40.00. "home gardens" everywhere in the cold doctor" writes Lewis ,Chamberlain t
winds, the appearance of the city can There being no further business be- county. It is the known acreage of KITCHENWARE
N be improved. The city is naturally for the board 'ComrmiBBiomjr V. La- crops being raised entirely for com- Manchester, Ohio. Money back if .
clean, with very little smoke or dust nier made a motion which was duly msrcial:! purposes.TWENTYTWO 1 not satisfied. but- it nearly always
to contend with, and a little care will seconded and carried that the board helps. ""* ,
i'\ keep it that way. adjourn to meet again on the 9th day MONTHS OLD 1 in our store and there art hundreds the best and most useful thing

: .. ..o..r'oo'o'OOOOO' i in of November' ,A. D. 19H. GRAPEFRUIT..TREE. BEARING i
E. 'TJ. LESLEY! 'Chairman. to' select from. All are new good and some. are:recent, invention.i .

: ; O UNION CENTER. Oit O.1 (Attest) X L. OVERSTREET,..Clerk, and C.a H.'half Howell north, whose of the place city is on a mile the FOR,fRESH. fISH If you'. know anything: about our'way"of! : selling "you;'know' that our; i'

: O.. .... . .... MAI" IMA'w .. . recvrd Orlando made road by, is one very of the proud grapefruit of the price: ,,though. 'low. will purchase" only the' best and fined'the market
Fridayfight
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The "Ca.tp I
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. at the school house was well at.Everyone FL9MM ON AGE trees five big lit grapefruit his young twenty-two grove, -which immths bore OYSTERS AND SHRIMP, a..OnMo"U .J. 1 ,. .......... .S.r11fH! ,fflfM(!/ aRs; .?.;-. _'
had a fine time ,
. tended. .
' s\ even the coolcs. Nearly)5 was added OF: IB BOOM"Boemeee'ie after planting.' Of this number three 1 I'.'' ,.,' I "CALLi' '"T.-r.w '" I' 1' nil 'H '.(j'"II'f\ .
in cluster and tile cluster is ,
i'f' to the treasury. were one I 'ASK::US."'ABOUT 'AYOBITE' PAUSES 1
The Triends of Mi..Billie Revere being,exhibited in the United States ;
many
p rson' glad to welcome him to beter;"
;l\ Union 'Center after an absence of ev- man, ]set night. "In all lines I 107 'Broadway. '
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Is and after the In this window also Is one stalk'of Phone'50'
era1 rnorfths'In'Tampa. believe theworst over
,11 l':; Mr. and Mrs. Rep Floyd and Mrs people find-where they are will realizethin Para grass thirty-five Teat long that I Osceola Hardware Company" I Ipectu
in was on the Howell place which I II. :
grown
4 i Dora homefolks Sunday. the moat t>f their trouble was the Served or Promptly Delivered Aay.
The Misses Celeste and Bessie Mos- their own frightened imagination. is further proof of the fertility
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farm and of Osceola County land in where ia the City.
-; ley spent the week-end with Miss I "The first cargo of fertilizing material -
t Irene. Ilmiard.Hrs. having reached Florida since general.
_, George Wetherbee and little the war began, it is reasonable to be- 1T y
eon are visiting the Wetherbee families. lieve that other cargoes will follow rim fin mi 1 1
Mr. Wetherbee will arrive next soon. Lumber is beginning to move NEW YORK SUPPLY CO.
I Monday and accompany her home on out from the Gulf ports, and some If YOU AreTHINKING ,
Wednesday.Mr. phosphate IB afloat from Florida .
Lloyd Harvey spent Sunday at; mines. Naval stores have been sent Florida Wanted
home recently from this State and othersin I We 'Will Have On Display Property !

Mrs. Coyne and daughter, Miss I the South. s
f Florence, :Tampa: were the guests of "All things show that a channel is I Saturday Only I II OF BUILDING A
Miss Irene llilliard last week. open, and can be widened if attentionis I ,
Mr. Billie Rogerson and Mr. Claude paid to the proper way of doing It. s HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET -- -- IN EXCHANGE FOR -
G. B. Law Florida business season II
f Barber were'guests at the "The real
lot of beautiful hand-made Mexican
home Sunday. has hardly opened yet, and it is un- I a ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I .
.1k '. son.Mr. and Mrs. Funk entertained the fair to compare business for this pe- i drawn-work, comprising Tablecloths ,I Eighty acres of land in Reno Cou Kansas. Land aH) in, kaffir

"] ....'!'-following guests on Monday evening, riod with business during the winter Bureau Scarfs Mantle Pieces corn; good crop, one-third of which 'gtyoes with place. Priu$3,200. I
,
"" AM PREPARED TO FUR-
Mrs. Even in Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee, Mr. and months of any years. $700 encumbrance due in three 6 '
at cent. interest.
, -' Hiiriard, James Milliard, Miss Irene there is a quescent period for vegetation Center Piece. and Silk Kimonas.Prices NISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES years per Ownerwill
-rHimard, Mrs. Coyne, Miss Florence and business must have its pay difference for good property in Flordia worth up"to $4,000.We .
from $1.75 $8.00.
\ I to
,T tCoyne, Mr. and Mrs. McClain and Dr. time of comparative rest, no It can get range AT ROCK BOTTOM alto/ have 240 acres of land near Springfield.-Mo. Some improvements
and Mrs. II. H. Funk. Dainty refreshments I a start again to greater volume\ This special lot sells for cash only and
were served. Dr. and Mrs. Funk I "This is a good sign,. and means I will be on sale all day Saturday.Everything PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD. valued at $4,800; free and clear from debt to exchange ;
fellow who for'pro in Osceola
were guests of honor. that while the pessimistic \ erty county.
'',,1 Mrsr'Nellie Wetherbee will go toSanfordJiext owns nothing may cry,. havoc, the man for the house on easy d
but Anyone desiring to get rid ef their property in this county'win
Saturday as delegate to with property is saying nothing I
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Cone
I 1 the Chmtian Endeavor District Con by act and example boosting the game. "pay yon get paid" plan. do well to consult us. Full particular to interested parties.- -
i. .. Florida is ajl right, with a banner and see. .
.ention.
j .. Irene Hilliard visited her sister year lust opening."-Lake Worth For Sale-Five ages good rich land about 1-4 mile from the city t

if., m., Mrs. H. C. Ughtsey, last week. Herald. ___ .--" Contractor and Builder, limits of Ki.. mmee. Land fenced and half in cultivation, good four >
I.t: The folks at East Lake had another room bungalow and out-building. Right in the trucking: district.

; ". chicked pUlau anB "fish for" last Fri- UNCLAIMED LETTERS KISS rolMEE. FLA. Cheap at$800; time on half if desired.
. day nl ht. L. KRAUSS .
.' + ', Joe Harey, Ben Barber and Everett POST OFFICE: Manager 124 Sumner St. Phone 266. We have twelve.acres of land four miles from Kmimmee. 1-2 mile :i

s, \ Smith are working in town at the AT THE from railway station: land fenced and cross-fencgl, four acres'in timber
", :. (TaterB-Camon Packin House. Fred 8 Darlington Ave. eight acres cleared, four in bearing of
acre oraugei and
this week. J grove *.
work there grapefruit
i 1914
rvey be' KlBClmmr' Fla ,( "r. and Mre. Williams and children Advertised list foe the two wHs. New three-room house; good well of water; barn; shed;.chicken: ;
1" led Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Funk Sun- endingOctober 9. 1914. house; etc., $2,250. Time or part .desired.
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r Cy I JODM.Ba.rton.. !, UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. f .r.Vp
\ Manuel, Ji E. Grove
1 We are glad to note that Mr. Ira: B. B.'SIMPSON. Postmaster Orange -Eight or nine acres bearing grove of.oranges,

Wetherbee is much better at this -- grapefruit and tangerines; two acres young grapefruit trees not yet't

'. writing. Nellie Barber wont - ------- DON'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED bearing; ten acres more ready to plant to grove; sixty acres in the + Y

,t 'etie llaye in and the tomato contest .. entire tract. Fronts on beautiful large lake. Considerable rich'muck

i the The $10 girls prize certainly worked hard and RARE OPPORTUNITYSix land for trucking and farming. Cheap $8.000 on, favorable terms. of '

- are to be congratulated. "Dodsoi's Urn T..." Win Cleai Your. Your.:druggist or dealer tells you aCO payment. .. .1;,
4 \ cent'twttl* of DocJ qn'a UT ee Ton '
Many other propositions of merit, both improved and unimproved "
Sluggish liver Better Thai Calomel tinder my personal guarantee that It
ay I ,; HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLEs hundred acres of land Siltate will clean your sluf.h liver better than land, and can suit any' reasonable-minded man who wsnb'i choice loca. .. : i
ait, Cai Mot
s I CURED -calomel wOII"'lI.Ialu: lion in A-delightfuL healthful ".*" -
. Jn the beat Fruit and Tracking sty- f -,---'slckr- country.

'f'i'' Many recoveries from Lung Trouble. section of Florida 1O- Calomel makes' you sick; you J lose aday's and you can eat anything you want We also have a splendid 3.000 rants let '
1 from
acre than block
+ 'h' .. are due to Dr. Bell'a PineTars work. Calomel Is quicksilver and without being sliYst, Your.druggist one >>
t';s Honey--It strengthen the Lunge, acre Grove and :2,000,000' It sail vat"i calomel Injure your liver.' guarantees that each spoonful will start railway .t&l oD. Land well improy ;"\Considerable,'*tock'1OfII with
.. and give relief atoncerMr. I t Jt aft btliousi. Isrl l.-y. sluggish 'liverclean the r&DeL. Price and terms"ezceediagly.enwuraging. send y
'. }, cheeks the Cough feet of rirgin timber. ,Two .TOW your- 'your'bevels -aat.nJghf.ea .,|:Will .pros.
W S. Wilkins, C.te..N. ; and all knocked out" if your bowels are yoo np' by corning or you to interested P8ftiei free of_charge. '). ,
i Bell' Pine- miles of lake front. WiUWll constipated and head ache ,oratomaeb ;
I ,C.wrlteet ? v.ed Dr. your get your money-back. .. I1d gladly
'c-- lli TartHoney; ,to a ease given. up., aa in tracts or as a whole:\\This i is our, I lust take. a pooful o< tab Dodoes'.,U.,.. ToM!bee...* harmless Dodsoa Livef* TOIle 'laatNd
e.
: bopeleu'": and' It bottle effected, of a Dr eomplfjteeme. ,"BeD'. land is growing Get a"
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1.. r vak* tksm"alek.- f' :
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'RDe-Tar-HoneYJ.',. ;,It. tride..down able erery day. Now is." the. .ins You'll kaow.lt next morning.bsw <.I IJanlselling'&fi.ns( of kittle.;: of \ '
let '
''dr7.and bacJdDC time.t"btq. Terms. : eu'..' you wlD.n.> )fine, od80.'. IJver Toni to peopk wbo.kVveUver ,'
b the .throat;.you! WU aore yget_ Islet c"working/your ; ,' .. ..
.. .. I 1fier will head.aadldleal..rgoas found that toll pleaasLteget.W., _' . . . .- ';0 t 1"
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: PACEd." ,t. ': -THE, KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY tfAZETTE .. '.' FRIDAY! .OCTOBER 30. 1914. U1r

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1-rIIifl1i 1 nli rf '"\ JVOTlfB. FiR INTKNTIO.V:' '1''' AFM.1..
GIRL's"SCHOOL SUFFERtOTl - j NOTICE
FROCK. YEARSFINALLYFOVNDRELIEE-- ion Lt-m-i-i: r 41'i'T.Notle ,
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I. hereby ;lven that the underslirniMl '
- Society Quaint Deio.n With Russian Bl.ue. Intend to apply to the Uov..rnor. I ""The following names were .ctos Uerve
!4. Notes Kimono [ of the State .of Worlda::,! *, on Tues ILK Inspectors and .clerk of .l I
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7 | j i , ._ .. "..net( Sleeves., __ ."juji day' ,Novembpr_11th a, for letter tlon to b. held' In th.. filSbJr 'A IH.lrerlor
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- V .., "I '- Tb1s-'sclMait-1'r'-'kT'far-the-rwid; "of -*". --
44 :ri ()1att. ''B efle' ]iarri Editor.) _. iou years' ,U uf 'niivy, 'sergo combine* Having:. Buffered. for twenty-one .. .::. f.K. MM4IY. : ,

wTlli Tomitn striped| ullk.. The Russian years with a pain In my side I finally L.. I.ESLI3T. :%.. J.

blouse of serge has Inset kimonoBleevrs have found relief in Dr. Kilmer'. I LEWIs: U'URTAU.
[Keqaett u nal->"0..:U ('lltHTKII OK :MALl.OVLUHLliV '- 1 3.n.K. 11. (Juice. and clerk H. N.; W.Bratton O. Hanklns., .
(''1'1'1.11 ('<'''I'\i) .Uujifnr : "Inspeo.torn.
.I the Editor for in theie eolomiii were my only relief for short periodsof .
Mcicty- event to publkttion I tUne. I became so sick thatrrhad -
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__ ARTICLE rreelnco 4U
U.--- to New undergo a surgical, operation in The natn of this. ormratI'.u I. .u .shall .'ortr" Uronson. clerk K. II. Tlner.n. 'r

- _. . . . . . . . ._. . . . . . . . - . . . . . I Orleans which benefitted me for be MALLoy.LiciLFy: CATTL.K! t'OM- B. Woodnll and W. I* Mosley, |n.! I
H I two years. When the same pain-came I'AXT. and It. prlnclHl| place or l bu.. .."...,IorR.
; 'GUILD MEETING. on the card tables following the game. I, back one day I was so sick that I lnfH shall be In hi- City of Klsslmmei. -
.
L St;, John Guild Will meet at the Mrs. Cadcll won the 'first prize, a gave up hopes of living. A friend 4lHfola t'ounly.' 'Klortda with rrrelncl :INo. 3. --_. --__ ?? 1
binnoh offlci-M In suCh. filunur( |>lact-s Alfred Bronson, clerk; tf. tl Over.Htreet. "
;) om. of Mr. W. J. S. Carr next Tu'8II.day beautiful hand-painted dish. The consolation advised me to try your Swamp Root InThf ,Ktate or Florida and. other placiHIn It. Ij. Overstreet. and D, H. LA- '

r afternoon. November 3, at 3 prize a Hallowe'en ghost doll and I at once commenced using it. Ih.. United Htatcs. or In fori-licn cuun- nler. Inttpc-c-tors. f ,

'"o'clock. All the ladies of the Episro'jwU1 went to Mm. Rogero./ The first bottle did me so 'much good tries, an the directors may determine. l'reeI.et No. 4. ,

c church; are ccrdlally invited to be During the winter the Kive Hundred I that I purchased two more bottles. I .. "..n",1 AHTICI.K) luitui-c uT II.Th the buHlncwH 'J' N )0""n. ci... k : O. 8. Watts, 1-p. EL I!l,

,..1 pT.eet.T Club will meet regularly each am now on my second bottle and am to lie transacted l by said '<<<>] puratluli Morgan n net, (' K: 'urlvon n. inspector ,r.Pr..t .
-+-- shall hf Hell. '. l lase
tu buv.
Tuesday afternoon. feeling like a new I manuK
woman. .II
passed a f fJ
a! ,LEAGUE ENTERTAINS and e\flop I I lands and conduct u K nirral ISo. 5.
( ON HALLOWE'EN UoH 00 0.0 00 C H '1 gravel stone as large as a big red real estate business and to buy Ii. I''"". "an. clerk W. R. Nettle. .'{.,
M-H-:4 1f f bean and several smaller ones. I and sell lands on its own account, and H J. Haiici."')' und Peter Raulerson. In- .",
The member, of the Senior "
Ep- on rommisblon; to build on. ow n. liiirovt. '
had ,
have not the least of Hpe'CtorR 'r.
.worth League of the Methodist ,. CHURCH :NEWS. -:- feeling pain J> and develop lands owned by this ;
since taking Swamp Root and I frrelne-t N... ..
your
corporation; tu manuTactur lumber
? church will givo a Hallowe'en party feel it my duty to recommend this timber; naval utoreH. croHs-llt-B tur'pentlne. : llandolph Younff clerk' ; A. B. Baa*
\ Saturday' evening at the Fireman'sHall. medicine all I tlmbe-r I produrtH and to hMim. *. J H HaUdcn and W. A. Drowdy, InHpectenH ;
14 AT great to suffering hu tilr:.. own and net an broker, rector oragents al'recl.et
BAPTIST CIIIJnCII.Servil'ell .
-+- manity. In the purchase, sale manufacture -

_. HALLOWE'EN.Invitations at the Baptist church Sun. MiS.Gratefully yours and and products dlspoMltton thci-euf of and real commodities. property . J H. \Viilker. cl'rk'V.:We..r.W. ChandU .,J

', have been issued for a day as usual. Sunday school at !9:45: JOSEPH CONSTANCE1apides good., wares and, "w, "'Iiauilit, ofeery Oro\er i-handler and \V H. Walker. II'reelBrl '

IlaUow.'en party to: be given Saturday a. m. Dr. Holt will at 11 I Par. Ocho, La. kind. IncludltiK naval stor'it.blacksmith' .V..IOrH (
"r preach u. m.
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,: '',' evening by the young people's "A J Preacher's I Personaly appeared before me, this and cooper's ttxils mid tin-I i No, 8. .
on and .
Equipment, at pleincnts and saw mill tools and Implements
':1< class of the Christian church at the night on "A Surrendered Will Members 15th day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph of all sorts, to op .ratH and FV.. Hill clerk ; Wash Tlson. S. .

'homc ..of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Winn urged to attend. Visitors. Constance, who subscribed the above conduct saw mills ,planlnxr mills. and Ktury and Berry Tindall. In.p.ctors.Iret1.e1 .
ror-I statement and made oath that the all business Incident thereto to buy' Ne. ..
," on Orlando avenue. dially welcomed. Ij II I raIR", and sell cattle' and live Htock or H. Jo;. Willis clerk; George Fertlo.
--6U. - same is true in substance and fact. all kinds, to deal In btefami I B. H. eu; > and Allen Qannon. Inspec
1t :! I). C. ATlTO RIDKTi LAYMAN MEETIN j '----W1W. MORROM, Notary Public. beef d.fcIor'o; hold and tors. C

The Will Bryan Chapter U. I D. C.r Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton sell lands for pasture and cattle range: Preclaet N.. ..0.B .
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I '." requests that the people who have Our last Sunday meeting was led N. Y., Proves What Swamp to maintain uwti operate dock.. l wharves.nne. hire elevators.1 use and H. Hancock clerk ; J. W. Camp

1 offered their automobiles for use in by Brother Tbornton of Kentucky.The Root will do for You. presses. tanks and storage facllltlea or bell M. U Cox" and A. W. Baumruck.r.

,:( 'giving convention delegates an auto [ matter of more fully organizing I Send 10 cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., every kind and to receive profits and Inspectors.This .

-Q '; ride about the city next Thursday af. a Gospel team to be known as the Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size 1 olls:ts. <'vi therefrom! account; to or buy on commission, sell handle turpentine for- 14th day of October. A. D. 114.

M ',,'j: ,.ternocn be at the court house with "Laytnan Gospel Team of Kissimmee"was p'' bottle. It wil! convince anyone. You rosin and all kinds of navalslortn < J. U OVER8TREBT Clerk.Uy .

1' their machines promptly at :3:80: discussed and it was decided to will also receive a booklet of valuable timber and agricultural I pro- j JAM BIS M. JOHNSTON. :P.. C.
ducts to ntllln. and machlenry \ 41-tt
.;' o'clock that afternoon. enter more fully into this work. Everyone information, telling about the kidneysand fur" the: manufacture operate of naval gtorei ,

01 -+- willing to assist and go out to bladder. When writing, be sure proiluctx ut (every description to erect
,. .' f HALLOWE'EN DANCE. adjacent points to help conduct! these I and mention the 4447. Regular fifty- inrl maintain I tanks for I J\J'IILI.: POU 1'tIlL.lCATION.
th.- storage of Ar'O';.-: ;t.n.t cotton: I' I>KI'AKTMRNT OK TICK INTl RIOR.
i'' The Ladies' Guild of'the Episcopal meetings are desired to enlist in this cent and dollar size bottles for
J one and fit her products and to ISBUI storage U 8.: Land Office at Gainesville Fla..
.4; '(. church have arranged for a Hallowe'en work a.t once. Several laymen wentto ,. I sale at all drug stores. or warehouse .receipts. ,'aicaliiHt the I Isame (1 October Il"i."lr" M.
nm- to curnpounil und refine oils tOn Notice given that Wealey
i dance Saturday evening at Shingle Creek and held
a meeting I nufact . I and deal i In Brock of Fla who
)ft I ur own buy sell i L.oughman\ on
,\l Stein's Hall on Sumner xtreet.; The Thursday night. The meeting was 1J1111,5 fI'ltlE: (lON bat rein, headings. sin'. ,... ..lIlLa. supplies March 24th. 1811. made homestead en-
.i i 1 city orchestra .has been engaged for led by Brother Churchwell. The Bap Get Your Fresh Fat and materials of simIlar klndu; to try No. 011695. for 8W14: \ of SKU.' section -
.. the dance and a special program tist quartet and the meting [ uf sIlk. u ill", i-ulTx uf xerge. Abroad buy'. sell and deal In groceries dry 18, WVi of NKVt\ and NWfc\ of
program sang/ wasa hardware arid all kind. if merchandise H1S%. section 19 of Township H south
,.,. licit "I>t -I 101.1.1ilk I U laced InIne Broods <
1 halO been prepared for the chil profitable one. Next Thursday. I : to build liuv si'll lease, manage range 28 east Tallahassee Meridian
dren. night the team will go to Peghorn andas front with" "I.n k -Ilk ,cord Tbe I; APALACHICOLAOysters ejw n. control, hire, charter or operate has filed notice of Intention to make
-+- as can will do the accord Ion .plniu-il. .i ...1.11'1 1 I.. uf aerge. \', sseln. tramtvi\\ R. rnllwa) s, commutation proof to establish claimto
DANCE. many go team I brld r. B light ,IP nll'n.' s earn or other the land above described before Clerkof
son.'J.IIB! a favor by adidng their presence at Such' a |pi'l, 'I tern < ,,mill \ cry well be v..hl.I.l -K nr mHTiB nf l r.uiHpnrtittlon of circuit Court. at Klsslmmee Flor-

; 'I The new social club gave its first that place. The meeting in Kissim-. j' carried out In 'li 1<'n\ .' ",olton.i fa brie.. the 1.1, ,,duels 'I -tint rolled (.)> ntiidcompany Claimant names as witnesses: James
A . ; dance of the Reason Tuesday eveningat mt-e Sunday afternoon at :U! o'clock I -..--- -- .
; the Makinson Hall. The city orchestra will be held at the Presbyterian Lake l'lty--Cty! will lay about :2- in 4 ''""''(-ton' \\ Itt. th. biiKlni-sn II Islington of Loughman Flor
t furnished music for the evenIng church and led by Brother J.*\f. Gard- I too squnrp-yards vitrified brick uf. thlF < omianbut. not. to lit- said ida William J.. i-iairett. of ouBThman.
) pavement nuiiiii'f'. trinsiotatin.! ,, for tinpur- Florida.V' '] I.amh. of Ixiughman.
e and about twenty couples enjoyed nero All the mei-tings untli January I on !said! base. its< ..1 duliit.. thi- bunliie-nrt of ii com- Florida

: the dance. The cluba\ planning; I J. J 1915, will he held in the p,.<,. t\.:. St. PetersburgTampa & tiulf; i I i ATTHEBroadway nil,,] iiirtlei I to rain produribuv.. HENHY S. CHUBB.
,.,: give M dance once a week during the terian church. well i xrliangi,'' and il.-nl, in ire.-". plantH."tit 44-6t Register
'oast K. J{. Co., C. H. Lutz (Jeneral; j II til bit erealn and .an.ind nil klmlH

,1 J winter months. Come out next Sunduy! afternoon manager, Yhor City Flu.] will erect of \. ...' .Ihle prodiutH, .und, ., cllrim fruits Invigorating to the I'ale and Sickly
1 -4SIIAKESI'EARE- and let ua make it a great meeting. locomotive repair !shop. : Cafe I frunlt trees. hay and grain .und to doa
i cum.a general. nursery, buHlncHH. 10 conlntriMt The Old fetundard general strengthening tonic.GROVK'S .
Yours for
; r success.W. I i i ct. operate' and malfilnfn I a TASTItL.ltSSchill i TONIC drives out
1 Miss Elizabeth Aultman entertained II. JONES Chairman. Vpply Sloan'w Freely For Lumbago I packing h,,".... or packing. ito.,*. '* nndecnnlng M.lari..enriches! the hlootl.and builds up the sytu-
.,: f ,: the Shakespeare Club Thursday afternoon I II fa, l'ir> ftr fruitK ".. :,tit and tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50co
: at her home on Main street. I AT TilE} KTIIOIIST ('II 11'R'II. i Your attacks of, lumbago ure not When you buy Apalachicola Oysters \ -iietabl. <.f all kinds t I'i ;nroduciImv tber..rn
nearly so hopeless] as they seem. You or othirwlmncejnlri and sell! or ffor the utteua-ndpurposes
,/ The members finished reading the can relieve them almost here > ou are sure of getting only ..11 iii i who dispose of the products of "'exiresned.. This 18th day of October.
'; "Taming of the Shrew," and will take Rev. C. W. Whit, Field Secretaryof instantly by I I such ,packing or canning fartorv orfattcirl A LI. 1914
a. simple of Sloan's Liniment I good. wholesome .. _.strengthgivingI : :
'$ 1 "The Tempest" next time. Those the Sunday School Board will be 'I application I H. packing) I houi* or vackinhoiiHi : I C ALBERTA HOPSON
,! ;/ up on the back and loins. Lumbagois I Oysters direct from salt water. We s to subscribe- for. purcltnRe ri Notary; Public. State of Florida. My ;..
present were Mrs. Kribbs, Mrs.. W. L. present Sunday. The morning hour form of rheumatism and I t ..is.. own. hold for Investment or otherwise CunimiKHloli|>lr<'a December 6th, A ,
t ,1 Wlnn, -Mrs. Boise and Miss Bryan. will be given to the reception of a a yieldsperfectly are prepared to supply you. in any sell and dispose of and ninke Ll.. 1916. ..-H .

e If) ? 4J-. LINEN-+SHOWER.- large class into the church and the quickly' all to in Sloan's through, ;which the penetrates sore ten I quantity-pints, .quarts, .or by the advancements. securities, upon or oblIgations stocks. of whinn.honein. other .. :phyrhills.-Seaboard Air Line

I : Misses Elizabeth and Anne Carson administration of the sacrament. The der muscles, limbers up the back and gallon. Why not some for supper tonight I I corporations w hat 'H'vnr. wlienverlocated. Hy., is imported to erect station.
entire In orpuiHulnic
) membership ought to he orlRinnted or enftaKC'l' .
M I r> pres- makes it feel ',
fine. Get a bottle of' ? ,
entertaining this afternoon with a tins one or more kinds ofhuBllicBH.
linen are hower for Miss :Jo Berta Bryan, ant at this service; it will be u very Sloan's] Liniment for 25 cents of any I purposes or objects Indicated .
i nte res ting and beautiful service. The and Direct Shipments Received Daily herein or owning or holding' anv proper "r
.. druggist have it in the house I :
whO'>ii to beeom the bride of Mr.
parents and Sunday school teachersof II 5 of any kind mentioned herein or
] Weaver November 4. The against colds, sore and swollen joints corporation owning or holding
:.P. (. on any
; the children who will unite with
i( Hallowe'en idea is carried out in rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and The Broadway .Cafe storks or obligations of any such corporation Business Man PraisesDr.
the church are expected to be present. like ailments. Your back if not and while the ownerit or holders
,
.the house decorations, goldenrods And The congregation will be money of any st'ocks. bonds or obligations Miles': Heart Remedy
supplied satisfied, but it does give almost instant PHONE 42.Stanford's and : :
flower all
'''' blackeyed Susans being the .J to oierclsB" the rights powers
with of the ritual of
a copy receptionof relief. thereof and
of oivnershlp
.I used.Mr*. N. B. Carson and daugh- members so that all may take partIn I to privileges exercise all and any voting powers Successful Merchant After ,""..tI1l8tl_ ,
i. ter. Miss Mary, will entertain on Mon.. the service. ------- thereof; to sell, mortgage tub-let Found a Remedy That R.-

:" day tor Miss Bryan.LADIES' Rev. C. :W. White comes in the in.. pledfre. hIre. lea. or convey the property stored His' Health.
of this corporation or any part .
.: '' AID't'l" ; terest of .the Sunday school work.es- thereof at will and to'Invest the' pro. s \

; ':'. '; : GIVE CHICKEN DINNER ectally.. At' 7 o'clock Friday 'even. I jI r 1 Stanford'sCome 1 I ner ceeds'as atpleasure may be determined and In :such l\u": man bylawaito '.ta This. of. k Pannaylvaala Thaokaclvlnr, and day J want In the to tto'

_ i.; ., The: Ladle Afc Society, 'of'. the lag he will speak on "The Model Sunday ; conduct any part ,. ffft % devot. a. part of

?T Chriiilan church will. nyc a 'chicken School." ; H.,will hold- a service ness' such and to have in this office.'and State. and agenciesat other 'e U In writing s. .

":?! If' dinner 'on Thursday November 5, in at S p., m. Sunday and will have States or places foreign countries. as may berequisite 'On letter 'to' ''you.
the Seth! day
charge of the evening service. Rev. or necessary fen the carryingon -
M. "Wilson
the'J. building on Darling- '
will also have Mr. White an expert in his line and and Examine the Best Hosiery Made of said business or furthering the j of Noxeir.Ler 10. .
:1; "ton avenue. They' a invitation needs or said corporation. said necessity J \'..... St.1.kenw ,
\' i i'sale on doll and notions. Everyone a i cordial is extended to all to be determined In the desere.-. i t D heart

invited* including the working men in I the Sanday schools of the city to at- tlon. arid Judgment of the Board or Dl- ) t I' 0 t: hI.., M y .
1. tend. r. rtors. to red-l\e pay-ment for capital fumiu, iihyxlcmn
: .::1 r their. work clothes. mock siibMcrlbed. for In money or property culled It Anglnal'ectori4. '
{ -+- i labor or services at a Just \nlu- C C
.
_ a SLfw AN INVITATION. GERMS .ON FRUIT. atlon thi-refor Iri the discretion orJilflKtnent 1 had
''r'> I -.:.- Holeproof HosieryWe of the Hoard of l HI lrector to fro .i one to five
: An Invitation Is hereby extended by Thnse May Be Effrrtulaly Removed! by make contracts. or any kinds whatsoever ntL.cku\ In 24
; Ihe Will Bryan Chapter of the U. D. Disinfection. for the furtherance of Its' pur- ' lieiois., In the ..1I
: C. to the Daughters of the Confederacy pcmeH or tisi n'KH. IncludlnK agree- I I..r;" part of
Fruits should .be fresh, ripe and lietween the Raidcorporation
ini nt (ii contract!* r..mhM'. 181.
husbands. the Sons
and their to
clean. Fruits exposed long in the I and I Individuals, or other .7 I wrote to the
I t' of Veteran. and their wives, to the corporations In ,fly of the lines of
market often undergo partial decom- Miles Medical po., for Information concerning -
.. the bUBlnc'Ri of thl. corporation.. to do ",1\'
and their wives to
Veteran people osition. When decomposition has not want you to note the silk facing over the invisible cotton body and all thInK- that are or may be necesnary my case. and In reply I receiveda
:. .._ who entertain delegates to the actually begun the surface of the knit sheer or proper, to lie done for the a \ kin/t/ und Instructive letter,
convention, to the delegates to the made of the finest Japanese Silk ingeniously over a strong, fllrlh.'r."c', ,' of tin purpoaeR (or this' which 1 handed to my family doctor,
fruit I. sometimes with mold
covered I
'I I' / convention... and to the visiting Daughters dust and of various sorts often, invisible body of Sea Island Cotton. SIX PAIR ARE GUARANTEED corporation or herein for carr grantedARTK'I.W > I inKlulu' fret and he' told toe to use your Remedies I
J germs the powerH In connection with the medicine be 1
c ? ;, ;.r 'to a reception to be given in of a. deadly character. Careful selec- .TO WEAR WITHOUT HOLES FOR SIX MONTHS. If any of the I II. gave me. KO I did I uaaI nve bottles

i' honor of the officers of the Florida tion of fruit to be served and a thor six pair fail in that time weWill The cnpltal stock of the i 01 purationshaHbe of I.... Mllos' Heart Remedy and seven
I
:, Division of the U. D. C. at the home ough cleansing of it is always of the Fifty Thousand and ('Hundred 0ICClollars. bottles of In- Mllea Nervine. I....
: l . to be divided Into five -
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: of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson the
on utmost importance.Such shares. of Ihe par. value of On. confined to the house for about four
S : evening of Thursday, November 5, fruits as plums and Hundred, Hollars. each which siild capital I months. The action of'my heart Unowf '.
t from 8 until 10:30: o'clock. apples, Replacethem : Rtoik may be paid for In cash or and has been normal for the last "" .
,' I'I !. -+- rrapes may be dipped for two minutes In t ploperty labor or services 0.a Just six months. I...... truly recommend '"
In a 5 per cent solution.of peroxide of valuation to be- fixed by the nlrectors. Dr. Mil...' Nervin. and Hnart Remedy
PLEDGE PAR1 Y. of the company at a meeting" called for It
i'1 hydrogen. After disinfecting the fruit to do what they are Intended for. .
Mrs. W. L. Winn, Mrs. H. B. Spann must be thoroughly rinsed. Berries that purpose.. used according to directions. I thank Y "

[ ,, and Mrs. John McPhattei were hos- salad greens and in fact, all fruits with new hose FREE. Try these new Holeproofs. Get them for Tbe term for ARTIOI.K which this TV corporation you kindly for your advice In answer %e>- ''ll

,, J teases of a pledge party given Tuesday PRICE shall be perpetual my monthly repo"".. I am now sixty- .,
: ,. afternoon at, the home of Mrs. and vegetables may be' thsu rendered every member in your family.l They sell at the same as good cotton shall -xlRt A11TICL.B V. seven years of age have been In tb. "
{
: MePhatter of Emmett street. The following safe for eatihgi hose. You will wear no others after you try Holeproof. The officers of this corporation shall mercantile business for thirty-five year :!
The most active cause of diseases be a President a Vice President a Boc- and lived retired for the last thirteen
I program was rendered: Reading la germs of various sorts. These are retary. a Treasurer,' and a Board of yean A. B. HO1JJNOHJH.LJnooln. .
: I t i Mrs. Sam Rag dale; vocal solo, communicated through dust, in which not less than three nor more than nineDirectors. Peauuk
The office of Treasurer maybe
Miss Ella Gilbert Mrs.
; ( May ; reading, they rapidly multiply by decomposi- held bv anv other officer of said Dr. Miles' Heart: PUmedy Is sold sadOu.rant.ed ;
J Earl Lupfer; vocal solo, Miss Alma STANFORD CO. of Directors shall
H. C. The Hoard
cities airs
. ion especially in where the company.
Griffin, instrumental solo, Miss Ruby be selected at the ahnual .stockholders by all druofllsta.MILE .e 4 j
often charged with millions of .
KIsRlrelmee
Prevatt. Delicious refreshments of I meeting to be hold In the Pity or .
germll to the cubic yard..O.OOOOO.O..OO..COO.. Osceola County. r "r".a on MEDICAL CO., Elkhart lad. ,
and cake served. The :
? I A punch were the third: Monday of December
r pledge party netted $19.60. year beginning In the year 1914. ,
..- .. .. -- Until the first annual meeting of thestockholders. :
e and until the officers .OOOOOOOOCOOCO'OO.'O.O': : : .

\ ? STENOLAKEE ,PROGRAM. ,I DUTY OF DEMOCRATS. 4 -I above mentioned are' elected and qualified -
'h. The Stenolakee Society will hold its; at the first election the officersof
4 4 the corporation shall be R. D Mal- THE
.gi; aftemoon in :
regular meeting Monday
< ...0> Every Democrat in OsceoJm 4 loy. President and Treasurer: E. L GRAYSTONE
: the High school auditorium. The following l-esley. Vice-president : Lewis O' rva\.
County should feel it his duty to 4
'' program will be rendered: U. C. V. ReunionLakeland Secretary. K T> alloy.. R I, Lesley "
i t Flute solo 'Clyde Bucsa Life of 4 go to the polls next Tuesday and 4 and LewIs O'flryan nirectnts The ,
I I 4 l help'' give the Democratic nomi- 4 stockholders shall meet In the Pity of
Ralph Waldo Emerson Abby Harris; Kls.lmmee. Onceola County. Florida at
: l' b Selection from Emerson, Elsie Deitc; I 4 flees a-large. vote. 4 the office of this corporation o'n Thursday ; ; w TNURMM mp. R. D. remi. up.
\ .' 4.444.oc November 19th, 1914. for th' purpose -
Helen Bass
reading ; Character . . . . .. ... of adopting bv-laws and completing -
J'' Sketch of Emerson, Minnie Wither- Miam .O..fO. Method i at October 28-30 the organization of this corpora Open Year RoundNOTICH

3< ...;'\, 'spoon; piano solo, Marlce'Dann; paper church will erect building; cost $2,500. tion. ARTICLE VI

:.'\ . .' on the work' of Emerson, Sctcste The highest amount of Indebtedness -4.--
;j MoMley reading of paper Laura 10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF to which this. corporation shall at anytime
Thomas. Low Rate Excursion TicketsWill subject Itself shall be One Hundred
.. BILIOUS OR COSTIVEFor Thousand Dollars. (100000.00. FOR PUBLICATION
.. -+- ARTICLR VII.
& ' ..?!. FIVB HUNDRED CLUB. The names and residences. of the Incorporators partment of the Interior.
Sick Headache Sour
Stomach of this corporation, togther Serial No. C.48.. .
; Th Taeeday''afternoon. Five Hun ,. Sluggish Liver and Bowels -They October 26272829With with the amount of stock subscribedfor United States Land Office at Gaines
dNd- Club, held it* first meeting of work while yon sleep. be Sold by each are as follows: ville. Fla. October 14, 114. .

+the: s.aon this week at the home of Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indigestion H. u. Malloy. Orange County. Florida, Notice U hereby given thkt James El.Whldden. ,
IIS ahal'''' of uchmn, Florid who
,Mr .. J.' D.: 'Woodbeck. ,Ml* Mary Sallow Skin and Miserable headaches E. U, Lesley Ktaalmmee Florida 115 on July 10. 190. made homestead entry. ".

.Dlxon;aD4-,. Mir Torville.wer' hoa1UMI come from a torpid liver and Final Limit November 2nd share No. 06 498. for 81-1 of 8W1-4 8W1-4
tot' the) day., Those present clogged bowel. which Lewis OBryan. Klsslmmee. Florida of SEl-4 and NW1-4 of BW1-4. Section -
, cans* your SO shares 21 Township 16 Sooth, Range 17
; J ,Mise Virginia ...nd"iAngi itomsch te become filled with undigested H. D. MAIJLOT. I East '4-a.llahauee Meridian has Sled

;. >n,- Mr.v ,W.' W.: Carson Mr*. food.which conn and ferment E. Ij. L.E8L.KT. notice of Intention to make FI e--?
it' Nellie LEWIS OBRTAN.8TAT1B Proof. to establish claim to the land
Mrl Howard Mr. ,
: Hats like garbage) in a will barreL That's 'tie-Coast, Line OF KXX>R1DA, above ;" -u' ,'. J./D.; C&MI'L, Henry, the first step to: untold misery...-Indigestion AtJ3n COUNTY. OF 08CBOLA.. Court. at Kleslmmee) Florida on \

{ ? r ,entlMt,. Jln:' .Cadell ,and MM.occasion' foul .....,had breath yellow On'tula day: personally appeared be the 10th day of December, 114.

.. 00db4Iek.' .. U fore meaa offtoer duly autnorls, toadintnI.t.r'eatb. Claimant name as witnesses:
tfi akin-mental f.ars-.rer7thigtbst :
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.. ; .. ode' ,STANDARD RAh.ROADOF.THtSOUTIL;;,. -. and take acknowl- Dt. C. >W. HoJlowa-ot.. Loube5.a. .'f
.. the horrible and. nauseating. A' Cascarettonigh .
; I edgeraenta. B. D. VCaJloy, n U Lesleyand Florida -, .
,);,: '1 _ to be the ,
daiaiec ujmtiv of Hal- bowel. ' n persons described la W, T: JAmb ot Lo..blD&ll Florida- '
iw -'a thorough, and *
cleansing ,
_ _ .1" ; I 138 West By SuecC: V ' : -U .Hillsboro Hotel. ;, anAl who executed the forefoJn* arUele R. H. '' SllLnton.r' ol ,LOnhJ5* t:..
_______" jime. Th Tefre hmentUso straijthten you oat; by mornm*.jTboy;; ; Fla. *' *f moo ration, and .open being Florida-._---- -.-----:",- -k-.. '1 Wf\JIi'
: oat-the color BchesBe of orange.j..jwnijjHidw work',while yoo sleep; 10-cent box 'S Jacksoaville._ Fla., >, Tampa.I' duly: severally 'sworn they knowl, .... .. .HBNRT .. CBt1BB".,:itii.ti...
; k 44 before m* tb. execution th.ra1 < ..... ,. .. ".' "'
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from ..
re drantot will f... .
.... -' jr erredj your keep 711 : "' i. .i i -. ' r ) -C", i ,, .
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER: 38, 1914., \ THE KISSIMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE PACE) Ik

' -i'W: "":THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE .- .Mih. r- '' 1 rMt in Hi . . . . .
VALLEY : i Ir Wnt: "Henry' ; : : . "
! Mrs. C.: H. Allen cordially InviUs Chapter of Mirt..nnaMrs. SOUR. ACID DMA 8.' ,-
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J& .-. CTsUpponaNo. li.)' yon to attend hw, display of' hand-] u. OIC.II MEETS INCITYOppV.3 Snead Mrs.. h.B. B.u aiddon.Moor. Mrs. W.. R, I CASES OR INPICESTJIoy
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Published Every Friday By' painted china on Saturday October 1 .RB.. Le Chapter of T>&.d. 'City- .TiJe1.re.News ' ,
31 from 2 to. 10 m. in the Mrs. J. P. Roberta. MraF., Piston Mra.
new
,
/' p_ Each""PapVs Diapeala',
Diesi, 1
I ,w. 1lA1UU.: Pilley building.Mr. . Valerie McKelther' Mrs... W. f). K.rsu> I r} ,
.on. all! stomach
.. ... .. . , .' grains food ending
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----- ., Anna Dum"'trCb.pt..ol Sit.. AajrusMlas DIXIE '
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PROGRAM.
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In fiveminutes..
and. Mrs- ': misery
:
: D'C.ThompsopofSt. .
.u..o".tt tllI-Sl.t.
.o. E.the, Carlotta. Mrs. F. Co :i .
: .'. CToud.Twwre""guests-ofrMr.-) Hopk.lJul. Mra.: 4-: .W". Corbetts. :. . .. . ,_.Fricbi7......, _ : 1
Bruce Dr.oh.Mr.. G.' A, )lItl.r. -
,
Sirs. J.i .W. Thompson while1 in 'thecity id'Atatyllinnterillhrlemach'distress
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I Weather Report Anna Cole an Chkpter of Orland"; for Love' a three .rMI Tim.T'Ttr :
: : on a shopping'" trip the first of. Will, Bryan Chapter Hostess, 'of." the >fines/!.....on.' Min I' I.r.t WarnerFight Path* Daily News will goheartburn .- Nq indigestion,]
the' week.v Annual- Convention Many Proml- Hart Fuller.Winlde..Ira. V. Lawrench. 'Mrs.. : ,J. T.. No.66 and. one reel comedy. sourness or belchingfiohis J

Following aN the daily; temperatures ', , 'S. J. triplett, of 'St. Cloud spent! ,-:, neat WemenWIlIB.I. Attendance Davis Chapter <1 of c.-.. > Saturday:. [ acid, or eructations of indigested*'!
Sunday in the city. Mrs. Triplett ae *" ' \Vllhelmlna dholes, Mrs. J.IX .Alder "Lust of the Red Man" a throe reel foodrnrf3iTri-ess,, bloatingon11.
and precipitation as J companied him and is spending some The. nineteenth annual conventionof men Wad; ,* 'Hampton Chapter of feature of frontier:life of early dare. breath or headache. ".

reported by the Government ' time here under care.of a physician, the Florida Division, United: Daugh-j Mrs It Hmlth, Mrs. Lather, Mra.Ovl-do Mary Pmthe Daily, No., 57. and 'one reel .of '. Pane's Dlapepsln ls not&d for.Its. ;.)
station at.Elssimmee for the ters of Confederacy meet in Ki s- vlnir comedy speed In i regulating; upset stomachs.
l, After spending the summer in Ohio imraee 1eirTueeda, -November 3, Oen. Uorlna Chapter(: C of c.-AII. Monday M It Is the surest,-quickest'stomach rem- '

weekk ending Oct. 29, 1914. Mr. and Mrs O. C. Darling are in the and will be in'-session all the week.Many drey Jarvis.Theodore Rrevard Chapter of Inverness "The Idle Rich" ," a three reel society e>dy In the-whole world and besides it

Mu.Mln.Ra1nFrIlay' city again and located at 1017 Em- prominent women from all part _Mrs. ,)l. C. WItten. Mrs. R. De M. drama. Path. Daily No. 58. on* reel U harmless.' Put anend to stomach
mett street for the winter. -will be in attendance at Dame Mrs. A. M. Wllllam"on.Uanl..1 of troubl. ,
__ __ _88 67Saturdsy of the state Tedder Chapter of IJve Oak- comedy. ,forever by getting a large
Mr. and Mrs. Rush of Livingston, the meeting. They will be entertained Mrs. E. R. Groover. Mrs. Henry M.... Tuesday. fifty-cent ease ,of Pape's 'Dlapepsto .
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89 68 111., are visiting at the home of Mr. in Kissimmee hornet and in addition McCormlck. William A. Brady presents Robert from any drug store You'rtsallze in
.. Sunday .. ._ .85 67 affairs of the Martha Held Chapter of JacksonvilleMrs. Ave how needless It is su/-- I
and Mrs. J. E. Rush on Mabbe.tt8treet. 'to tile official social R a. ", ..Fadel.", Mr-a. frank Warwick, the original star of the minutes to
lk Monday .. .88 71 convention the week will be filled with Brown Mrs. T. H Hendrlcks. Mrs. M. great New York dramatic success ferfrom indigestion, dyspepsia any".
W. Htewart. Mrs M. K. > '..... stomach i disorder. It's !'the'
: courtesies for the visitors. t Mra. Walter "The Dollar Mark. This picture quickest
Tuesday .76 66 was
, -- -- .70 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dinkel and two Kswkln. Mr. M. N. flhlne Mrs. ,
. of the shown surest and most harmless
badness meetings con- for the first stomach.
The time
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_ Jewell of J. R. Nolan Mrs C. W. Dvntoiu on any screen
Wednesday _78 63 Misses Olive and "
I I daughters in the court hou8e.Tuesday's doctor In the world. 4EAT
vention will be held Tampa Chapter of Ta'mpa-Mr. J. September 21 and is of five reels,
< Thursday . ...79 54 .ongwood, motored to the city Satur- night session will be devoted H. Norris'Mra'"cPi..J' Wood, Mra. K. O. containing a thrill in foot. "The
: every
day and spent the day. Johnson; :Avelhle.: Mrs. J.: A:
e..4H4g .... . . . .00..00. to a program of welcome arrangedby ovelace, Mrs. H. O. Know. Mrs. W. 'J. Dollar Mark" as a picture far exceeds I r$.
Sheriff 'Ingram i>> driving a hand- the Will Bryan Chapter, of this Frlerson. Mra. Henry Brash in excellence anything of its kind
mi i IIMII 11 some new. Overland car, which he Mary Custls Le Chapter. of ClearwaterMrs ever produced and is a tremndous success CEREALS !
purchased from the local Overland city.Following is the complete program: dred Smith. Miss I. B.Marla Harmon.Allen.Miss Mil wherever shown. Playing toWarwic ,

THE: LOCAL FIELD.w. i iII11111111 agent, J. J. Griffin.W. NeTVMbrr 3. Dickinson Chapter of Live Oak-Mr*. lead is Barbara Tenant, .J
I rarsdsr Kvnlmf.! : D. K. Mclver. Miss. Joule Williams Mr. than wXonTtbere could be no' better
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A. Smith and F. H. Ludlam Call to order. 7:80 p. m."America Blake. Mrs. R. D. Blackburn.Morehead .
returned ," chorus. Mra. 8.. T. Klstrynk Mrs. aid to a fin1 hed actor of Warwick's ' '
last Saturday froih a business invocation Rev. H. B XVItherspoon.Wrlromv Brooksvllle chapter of BrooksvllleMr -- type. The alanc. of the cast is an
II II 11111 II III trip to .Savannah and 1 other points. inGeorgia. Mayor H. R.for May.1Velcofne the;. City of Klsslmmep, Florence. C..A.M.Roux Mlckler., Bailie Jim Moore all-star one/ The story abounds with New.Crop --" GuaranteedMeeker

H. Brokaw with Grlftlng for Board of Trade. Mr. Green Cove Springs-Mr.. N. D: R. thrillsr.from. start to finish and has a_
Brothers, the tree people. 40tf Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. Lewis O'Brien. Ellis.Welcome OrlfTIs Mrs. B."M< Munsell. 111.... A. F.Hendricks continual vein of real humor through, '
Piano olo. Min Ruby Mrs. ETt. >. Wilson "
Osceola Lumber & Furniture '. | out. Pathe Daily No. completes
: Co. 29-tf Mr. C. !
city. -
W. T. Makinson spent Sunday in for press vof Will Annl.a'rt"r Eva Lee Chapter C. of C. the program.. Buckwheat ._-.e.?.:..-lOc;;

Orlando. J. W. Baker and family and Ira "Welcome for the United Sons: of Vet- Judah P.Carruthers.Benjamin Chapter of Brad. Wednesday. Hecker's CreaM Oatmeal. ',.____....lOeKeeker's /

1). E. Swabey was a visitor in Or- their Russell way were to in EusOs the ,city where yesterday they on Trans Music. Mr.V., Xflss. Alma B. Crawford.Orlffln.W Varn..ntown-Jlfr.Mrs. C.. W.H. H.Davis.Whitehead Mrs. J. "Twilight," a beautiful three reel Crtass .* Wheat ._,.._.10<,',

lando Monday.W. to locate. They were traveling expect ..-lp""in.r for Will Bryan Chapt..r.Jlfrll. Jacksonville Chapter of JacksonvilleMrs. subject that will appeal to all. Pathe Hector's Graham Floor .._-.....;_20c'Hecksr's ,>
A.V Simpson. C. Marvin. Mrs. H.,Welberl. Mrs. Daily News No. eo and a comedy reel.
B. Crawford was in Tampa on by automobile, which was loaded with "Florida. My Florida." chorus.Response J U Medlln. Mra. W. R Harn..), Mrs.F Thursday. Buckwheat ....-.-.. .Oc;::

}business the early part of the week.H. trunks and valises. S. for R. Division.President Slater BatherCarlotta. Annie M. Hawkins I'erilue Mrs.Sebrlnx O. W. Chapter Hartleson.of Paramount Pictures Day bring. us Hecker's Rspjacks .._." ._.___..-10e;,-:

.W. Grad: has returned from a C. W. White State Sunday School "Nuw n..* from River State" chorus United' Confeclerate -- J"rk..nvlll.-lfr" M. F. Thomas. Mrs. "The Master Mind" a live reel production Qcass.of meat ...___.......__.lSC..t,
two weeks' visit at White Spring, Fla. Secretary of the M. E. Church arrives Greetings Veteran Hawes.W M. lint.Mrs_ I. Coyn1. Mrs' K. K. by the Jesse i:.. Laskey company.The Quaker. Yellow Con Meal,i r...lOe. '' I
today to spend the week-end in the lreetlnira from Slate Sung of Confederate Dixie Chapter of St. 171"r"hurK- name "Leaky" on a film tells the Bauer .IOcQaaker'
Quaker. O.b.> ....
Billingsby, of Orlando was hereon city in the interest of bin work. Mr. Veterans1'riaentBrlona Miss Mary JohiiMon.Rtonewall story in itself, meaning the cream of ii.Ai.
business recently. White will assist Rev. Lewler at both ." chorus.and announcements"Hlxle. Chapter. of Uake CityMrs.. the picture world and photography. A Puff Wkest _.J.-.lk'f; :,

W. A. Smith of Lakeland services Sunday. WedarpMlar' M..r..lsm. ,..... 4. I. !:I> M. Thompson.i3tusrl Chapter .' of O -Mrs F M tremendous subject, and one to belong Ballard's Slf-RisLif Floor .__;LlOe I1Baflard's
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spent 30 kInv..tlon ''
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I'HlJ to order. Hudson Pathe'Weekly No.
remembered Flour.2Se:
. the week-end with relstives..here. J. W. Platte of the Platte Self-Risbf ;iBallard'
& Mc- I Ann Jackson Chapter of TallaM4seedtisa of interest the ,
61. Current events
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Ritual of th United Daughters: of Craksja flour
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Farland Fisheries returned this week I Salltittlake. M IBB CarolineHrevSrd. -'.ti.o1Oc'r
Judge S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud th.- ConfederacyReport world over including incidents of the .
Mrs
I F M. Hudlion. Mrs. F. C
was a victor in the city Tuesday. from New Boston 111., and expects to of credentials roinmittricill *'.- Elliott great Epropean war will complete one Washiagt.a Crisp ___,. :_...lOc: .
remain some time assisting Mr. Mc-.I call of nrricfrs. and chaiileraOrder .Father Hyan: Chapter of BarlowMPB. -- of the best programs ever presentedin KeD.,,'.. Cora Flake. j......_Zt:.:....lOc,
Chicken dinner, Thursday price 35 Farland in handling the business of of business.Adjournment. rW l>''nlel. Mrs T \. rhMide .
12 M the State of Florida. Shredded Who! Wheat .
KUslmmee .,T.,1SerGrapenub
cents. In Wilson buildinp.Mr. the firm. WedsrMdayfternooM.. Mrs M A AValdn Mrs W. M. (irlerKate or *-- :

"i'.ill to order. 2 ,,'cl..k"nl..r n.V.I. Rcott. hapt.-r of MontlocltoMrs _..__.-..-..._-.j._lSe'kKiBfsford
and Mrs. R. W. Cobb have returned Mrs. J. B. Wilcox who" has been in Johnaonlule CASINO BENEFIT FORORPHANAGE e
of business.Acljfiurninent. << ,'hlt p" r of \rradla' Mrs. li Cora Starch _*._.__.....:,10c:: :'
from visit SOCIETY
R to White Springs. the town for the last two weeks introducing It V ni Robertson Mrs R K Whldden Mrsll'
Pine Oil ( Wilcox ), from \rdnrsilar K.venlBK.I M. Lfllner.\ MI-H V finwford. 1 the. show at Misut Tapioca _rileger's _____.....-.lOc "
6 or 6 doses 666 will break ease State 111..1'1..1 MrellBK.I Next Thursday night .
of Fever or Chills. Price 25 any cents. house to house, left for South Florida' f'.11! t" nrdtr. S clock. I the Casino will be a benefit for the Macaroni ___...,___.......;,.; +.lOcj.;

Cypress field boxes for sale after placing it in the leading drugstores In caIlan I Children's Home Society of Jackson 121b. Pillsbury Flour :_.......:.::;...SOC. .
cheap. Historians ,
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf 45-11 Thnr..il.'. "r.HRm MorBlBK. \fr B.nll *h 4 I ville. As most everyone knows this ,,24Ib. Pillsbury Floar _.. .,,--- ,J.oe.'' ; ,,|
<' t" older n'clorkTnrneAtioe DUTY OP DEMOCRATS fi orphanage cares for several hundredhomeless .. p'I
Miss Helen Pratt, of Orlando visited Andre Van .h'r] Meersch accompanied i .
,
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I children yearly and it entirely J
friend. here Sunday by Mrs. Van der Meersch and his Older of Imslrn'NSAiljournni '
I ,i", > Every Democrat in OweolaI 0)
supported by donations from rlTAYLORS
Clifford Russell, motored to nt. 12 o'clock.ThiirB.lnr ;
Mrs. S. G. Barber was in Orlando guest Sanford Sunday, where Mr. Van der I %ft.rahe.. I I I* (Count .should feel it his duly to citizens of the State. The society is T AT
(shopping one day this week. I ('all to order. 2 nVlorfc.Adjournment << gobo I the polls next Tuesday and in dire need of funds at this time and
Mt-ersch took the train for New York.
Born to Mr. and Mrs R. G. Cunova I ; :: rUli 3 .30 Sons o'clockAutomobile of Veterans I 10)! help give> the Democratic nomi- the Casino benefit should be well pa-
Chicken in various and the I Oi3O I". M. 1 4 nte a large vole. *
fine wave ThiirmlarKvenlBK to tronized so as to swell the fund for :
morning
Sunday a boy. season's, pies pumpkin and mince, with I MfTlCllll eeptlon Kln' hv hOBteHR 0)o.oo. the orphanage.A .
Mrs. E. E. Wells was in Jackson- coffee will be served at the Ladies;
} ville recently to consult a special! Aid chicken dinner next Thursday fn'the Friday __.......... November 6- put on at, the Casino Thursday night. .
for eczema. Wilson building.
Mrs. Hattie Logan, of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. N. Paver returned order Invocation of business.Adjournment. :i: Notice i is hereby given that all aQtomobileB J. D. Wire and family of New York, i I Phone 250 .. 18 Stewart. Ayef

spent Monday and Tuesday In" the cityon to their home in Cincinnati Friday. 12 AU.tfrlock....... I I i I and occupation licenses ware j arrived in the city and expect to re- 4r
business. last after due and payable October 1st 1914, main as permanent yesidenta.--
Ohio Wednesday, spendinga Call to order. 2 o'clock 1'I ; .
of weeks in this order of business.Adjournment. . and that if these licenses remain un- i.
i "r Mrs. Horace Woodall of Lakeland couple city guestsof 1'>.30 t>'rlockFrtamr paid oji November 1st 1914 informs _" , . ... ., . .t
the Mr. Paver
has been visiting in the city this Greystone. owns a K-vnlmm. tions will be filed under which those
residence on Mabette street; which he Motion picture .n""rtal.nment" ajL the :
week. tendered will failing to comply with th -it.tio. will
purchased some months ago and is Oraystot Casino by :
B or 6 doses 666 will break any ease an enthusiastic. booster for Kissimmee. Bryan Chapter. ,,': be prosecuted. These and all other :: ; ;
'licenses; lequiied shall be paid to the
If Fever or Chills. Price 25 cents.Several :
T Following. !I. the Hat of delegate ': County Tax Collector, C. L. Band; PfCIAtiii" ,
of the store fronts in the Sifvan L Bergert and little son who Patton will Anderson attend: the Chapter convention of Palatka: '! Kissimmee Florida, and must be padat S t

main business section of the city have John and Mrs S. R. Fielss and -Mrs. H. A. B. McKenzie Mr.. ). D. I I once. '. :
received;; ew, coats of paint thi..week. daughter motored up from Loughmanand Liane.Confederate. H, D. GEIQER, ,

Mr.\'und Mrs. G. H. Clark, of-St. spent the day in Kissimmee last *'-Mrs. M Orey J. SHh.Chapter Mr.. F.of C.Lees"bar W. County Prosecuting., Attorney.:

Cloud,*-,were week-end guests/of Mr., Saturday. Mr. Bergert has a fine Kramer. Mrs. W. H. Caaaldy Miss. Ethel. U-2t .. a .Uv '?t'fr.., + 'f ,

and Mrs. 3..; D.. Woodb k., homestead near .Ixwghman and came Peter KIrby flmllh Cnaptef of Qalneavllle- ,
f. / 'to place his claim for commutation

was. Dr.a'vlsitor/XV S.: Anderson In the city of one Live day Oak the,', before-up the !=clerk of the court. J.Mrs.Creary.B. J Cutler., Mr F. .Burnett Mrs C. C.DIlly.Truby.J. Hlrrfflnbotham.Mr. H.. H.Mrs.Me-.. CHICHESTER s PILLS: s -' .t" ." r1<*# V v ',tit, ':i. ":;' ." ': I. '

early part of the week. the John Beaver Telford' Falls, general Tribune laver J.. Flld..y J. D. StrlnKfellow Chapter ot'Oaln..vlnlr. Mra. T. A.- ,, ask .aaxa. '''' : ,_ ".. ,

A. W. Flathers was in-from Orange, Falls, Ja., has rented a furnished Powell Mrs.Harrla James Chapter Cantrell.ISllcnhetli of. Madison .IIMI.._ .ears kdEde.waY sir.i4 _-II_ 'M O. ""'N" .D" '"A' ... 'y'

Center for a visitor one day this : house on Verona avenue from J. Mc- --Mra. T. J Regies. Mra. I). O. s Smith.Mra. 01'ak.' ..6' "A Y.1; : .:rn\c"t'- j : 1-,
week.S. Phatter and i. expected to reach Kis- C. C Morrow. ,a..Nb, a5ANlr' SILLS. b 50 >
1 November 1 to the Southern Cross Chapter of Miami I .n 5.05..5 Ear.earn.Air?....101010D r- \.
L. Ennis. of Dunedin, was a business srmmee spend Mm II B. MrLendon. 111,... Susie Pope BY DRUGGISTS RERYBNER69I4v1'lA:44incYnlenL :
visitor in the city this week. I winter. .

Mrs. M. C. Brooks of Ocoee, spent Mrs. J. O. Voile, of Canada who has i

Wednesday in the city shopping.Ask .spent the past two winters in Kissimmee NOVEMBER .

for Reed's label bread. arrived recently from the north
md will be here for several months. : ,
Mrs, Tom Sample, of Haines City, Mm. Voile owns an orange grove on .j .j,

was in the city shopping Wednesday' Vine street and comes to look after / t; Special attention is called: to .
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She was accompanied by her little he marketing of the fruit as well as! lalit"; :

I son. to enjoy the Florida winters. Mr. : our windows which will show.'';you"" .y.
Mra. Voile
Rev. S. W. Lawler haslSeen in Fort Voile customarily joins ,
this week havingbeen hen in December but this year he is '
,
several days values
Myers called there .by the serious illness doing war service in Europe as a Mrs. N. H. Norris of Boston has our wonderful every Monday; '

of W. M. Hendry.Mr. member of the French army. purchased -. ... a.- ., .. .-;.,,:

and Mrs. T. J. Smith and Mr. Mrs. E. B. Reed, who has been in theMILLINER .

-, and Mrs. C. E. Hyde and daughter, charge of the LaMode shop for sometime n k. lO.PA.IRSLadies' 3
7 of Apopka were visitors in the city will not be associated with the J-a .
store under its new management but
_ this week.. _* left Tuesday for Lakeland to accept and Children's Low Shoes
Wade Tucker and Miss
Mrs. J. a.position in the LaMode shop there. 1
I Ethel Hall have been to Tampa this Reed has made friends .
Mrs. many Y and SUIT Shop and $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 VALUES
1 week on a shopping trip. during her stay in the city and her ,

1 Use Reed's Home Bakery Bread. departure is genuinely regretted.The call
cordially invites you to :
Mr. and Mrs. R. DeWitt Brown who carpenter and cabinet shop of < >8o j I>

have been spending the summer in Cggerngluess & Riedel was moved this 101' Broadway .-. Kiiiinimee ) l

Mt. Pleasant Ohio, returned home this week into the old Makinson warehouseon : ; : ;:j
week. Darlington avenue, near the A. C. ,
L. railway track, which this firm recently -
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. 'Bryan of Jack- purchased. The Livingston & . OT'UST I, d I
the - -- -- .
in -
sonville, are visiting city as niton fish market is now occupyingthe -k------. o\,
Of her mother, Mrs. E. L. /
vacated the
building by carpenter : -
Pearce. ..:.Childreu

FOR RENT-Two 3-room fiats with shop.Mrs.. D. A. Glenn and son and L. S. The Place Where Cash TalkaANNOuNcEMENT I-C.A DETHOSE.0

modern conveniences. Apply at the 3eglow, of Kentucky have arrivedin :

Gazette office. Kissimmee to spend the winter and ,
',. Gilbert D. Leach and F. T. Graham have taken one of the Franklin cottages i'l
( f (the Tampa Morning Tribune spent near the court house. Mrs.
esday night in the city in the interest Glenn spent some time here with her HOUSEREEPER'S wARt- ,
of that excellent paper. husband, the late Judge Dudley A. i

Glenn several years ago and will be TomorrowSaturday- We Will Open a First Class *

THICK: GLOSSY HAIR pleasntly remembered by a large circleof
FREE FROM DANDRUFF friends who knew her at that time. -hi
GROCER Y STORE SPECIAL ) t ,

Girls! Try it! Hair gets soft fluffy NEW POSTMASTERS. $

and beautiful-Get a 25 tent Washington D. C.-Another batchof A.. \
bottle of Danderine. .new Florida postmasters has just in connection With our MEAT MARKET. We lOc Tim Becket. Sc lOc Brew Pali . ; .f\t.fSc
been announced. J. W. Bell postmaster will carry a complete line of staple groceries and '-4" f. ..
If care for heavy hair that glistens of Welbourne, Suwanee county JOe Apt. Cuip. 3fa 1Sc:
yon furnish everything Plates 3''ler
will '
be in position to Pie 10c3c. ;
we a you t. ;J
and is radiant with :
with beauty died recently and Harley C. Powers is ,ScThCgpsi' -. ( rIpcJPotaUc 1Oe;
for dinner table- from to roasts and J' '"
We; has an incomparable softness and appointed to succeed him. your soups '

Is fluffy and lustrous try Danderine. Mrs.. Almira V Barber Is appointed deserts. Dippers. . : JUskwi/.. : 5c ; {
Just one application doubles the postmaster of buskin HUlsborough 1IIANNSiEPT. . .t j' -li'-. ?' ". "- ,' <'1"
beauty of your hair, besides it immediately county, and Clifford L Armstrong was Our Price*.Are Lower Because We Sell For Cua'COme : **' .. *' --\j iy<.-t. ; t;;

dissolves every particle of named as postmaster of Terra Ceia, It. . ..--------, "'.
and Make U. Prove I '
dandruff: You can. not have Dice Manatee county. lie won'the appoint . ...." .., ,..' ''It' c. ".' '
heavy healthy hair If you have ment in a competitive examination.John c

dandruffsThis strength. G. Boyett Is.the present post \ : -

the hair f Its Justre, its master at Terra Ceia Parlor Market
Its Try'Uf and if not overcome It } '' MOREJr.
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produces a feverishness & itching; of West Palm Beach) Palm Beach .. : ;.: ; : l

the scalps the .,hair' roots famish, county! 'commissioners let contract .at ,'LJ'IT: Pro ;;"J', : : .
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T KnllowtaaT a tele.k....> ase-arege Jonraceived wheri--they made< any advances were nounce. Ttvq yarn : .

FOR 100 WORDS! .vboai. b<* from addressed a awyaterloMprmoa a* M.lr,'* 14l.renc.. f politely snubbed. Every light Florence cause his thoughts GRAPEFRUIT SELLS LOW;

'"Th. Million Dollar Myatuy" I. ...... lured from her home aad taken would write to her good butler W>rd. I
i tory will rum for twenty-one con- ant to _.. Tkrouak %nrloo'M daring 1to report what had taken place during **He completed the TOO MUCH GREEN STUFF
ecutlv* wrath In thli pal.(>r. Byan : and Mklll .. an ablator nbc IM rcM.*ue"l I I
arrangement with the Tnn1 null ...u.... 5I her borne In time tit the day and he was left to judge for 'the final sheet, (:
1 houa.r Film eompany It !hal bwonmad ......frOll. an ...... f.f the Illaek Mun himself if there wan anything4 to rose and sauntered HAS BEEN SENT' OUT
pool bin not only I to rca the atory In thIs paper but nlHo I to ChAPtER XVI.Treachery arouse his suspicions. He/ of course aging editor's door
i .5S It each week at (tie Grayatohe I 'believed the two were covertly guarded j paused indecisively.
in the HouNehold. Reports from all maikets tell of
Casino For tli. Nottit thin | 1 by the detective he hud sent after had after him
{ I | been
V InV.tetstory Jonwi1 bet I 'the maid "stole, into the house, won- them. I too) much green grapefruit. What
'1ven. 'd ring! if nhe had been seen. She I the Hargreave folly it is to ship such stuff!, when
CONDITION* 1',"'TTtNIN'!: TillCONTEST. ) E wonted to he loyal to this girl but Wlin, Braine culled upon Olga he if his errand would !'! Porto Rico Isle of Pines and Cuba

. she was tired of the life; hhe wanted found his doctor there. However he boldly ; art all shipping fancy high colored
: will be won I "Well, what's the news!' ?" he asked. II and walked i in
-Thr prize Gt 'lt>,000 ,
be her inislrcKB and the Hmall'fortune .
to grapefruit. Some that
own the
men
child) who | say
br the man woman or "I had better down and !"
run inquire said
Write I 'the mom nrr..pt) hl,. aolutlon.of offered her would put her on how the is "Humph I green fruit men are killing tho jfo-jue
.the myMtri.v.I ftom which) the wirty to realize her ambition. What young lady progressing I twisting his cigar that -lays! the gulden egg. They do
the laat two ri-flm of rnollon) picture i said the doctor who was really a first his mouth. "Got
,. ,, hail she not Keen and been of life since net it correctly. should
li lORd nd Ui express They
drama will <- I
rate and who had
laaV; two chi.ptr.. ot the ntorywrrtten I she joined the !treat detective's force! i surgeon perform-ad I Norton sat down. I say: The gooKC' that! has golden eggs

by Harold MacOrath. Ludy's] maid cook, ship wardeR", a number of skilled operations upon'j not got it for print Solutions may be Bent to the flash clerk and various membersof the Black Hundred when you gave me : 'vait for the l-
.. woman, actress a i to put on the golden
Tanhouaer Film corporation .lth..rtm. anent their with ,
encounters the
I you gave me carte
'dozen other employments. Her pay, hue.
New '
: Cb.lcai-0 or
: up to midnight.' Y'Jakri.a 14. 'until she secured tome fat reward police. "I've got Miss Florence "I did," grimly. I 0 The men that ship grapefruit l .'
They muat bear poatofflce mark where you want her. It's up to you hand, I did not give
Thla I was hut twelve hundred the year; and I season particularly that has an eme
not later than that date. "
I 1 allow tour weeka after the drat i her? wan five thousand in advance, r now. clear it up in. / aid hue are worse than the Irish. In -. I
i appearance of the last film releaae with the promise of five thousandmore "She ought to be separated from "Have I ever some parts of Ireland "The Wearingof
and three ,....k. after the I the minute her work was done. her companion. We have left them I story ?" quietly. the Green" is the popular In
.... 'la published In this song.
.t chapter aolu.ilon And it simple work without alone for a whole week no Jones will I "M', can't /: other there Ir
V 'J''' paper. In which to aubmlt wan any parts are men who are
i/, ( *. real harm toward Florence as far as not worry particularly.- mighty: "Well, if you'll called Orange men, because they likea t
,( A board of three judg-ea will she was concerned. The whole thinK curious thing has turned up. Before not fall down on 'good yellow color. Both are real
,f, determine which of the many ..ohly' rested would i Hargreave's: disappearance not a dozen greatest!'! criminal
I the moat acceptable. upon one difficulty; Irish yet one likes green and the other
tion
I reoeh'.r1I. of this board Jones permit the girls. to leave thi '' persons could recollect what Jones dIed but it's so big likes yellow. In fact they fight over
U will b;.t.'o'uF.' and final. -Nothing ,' the house? I looked like. He was rarely ever in take time. the color. Fenians would be a good

.':_;\ I . conaldered of a literary i In the nature declalon will nor be One day Florence. found Susan sit- ![ night. What do you suppose that signifies ;imme an I name for the green fruit shippers of

:1,: V" I riven: any preference In the 'election I UnR in a chair, her head in her hands. [ ?" "I 1 have promised Florida and Orangemen would be a
," ; of the winner of the $10.000 I "Why Susan, what's the matter?" I I "Uon't\ ask me," shrugged the man grimness equal to the good name for the men who have
''PI prlie. The I..t two reels which cried Florence. of medicine. "I shouldn't' worry over a line of this story / I
will rive the mot acceptable aoIntlon ; sense enough to wait till their fruit
:; to the myatery. will be prevented I "I don't know what i is!'! the matter, 'I Jorves." mean that every iff ready to be shipped before ship-

.- ., In the theater having this dear but I haven't felt well for two I I "But we can't stir the old fool. We moving around, and ping it.This .

; ,? produce feature a*same.oon a*The It ,la atory practical.corrcpondlng to- 'I lor three days.!' I'h dizzy ull the time. :, can't get him out of that house. I've discover, enough to paper has advised growers to

4 to th,*n motion picture I can't read or sew or eat or sleep. >, tried to get that maid to put a little I'll tell you this : pick for color. This paper has told

: will appear In the newspapers after the colnctdentally. "Why didn't you tell me ?" .aid I I II ,something/: his coffee but she standsnfl' lossal" bund of them that there is lets of small fruit,
soon appearance I
or aa
.'i V of the pictures a. practical. Florence reproachfully. She rang for at that. She says' that she did as ever saw is at one : I oceans of apples large importations
,4t With the laat two reels will I the detective-maid "fclla, I don't know she agreed in regard: to Florence, but And when I say of fine, well colore pnd matured

", '. be ner.shown his or the her picture home and of other the win In- anything about doctors hereabouts" her agreement'ended there. We have aid! politics and / grapefruit from the Islands yet there

'i' tereetlna featuron. It la understood I "I know a good' one, Miss Florence. given the jade five thousand already I .volved you'll : seem to be men who will start sending
d that the netvapaper ao far Shall I send for him ?" and slve is clamoring for the balance. I i is. This gung has their Irish colored fruit to market

'I if, .' a two* practical chapter of In the printing story the by Har-last "|/10) Susan is ill." "Have/ you threatened her ?! ask-i We are" running ) hoping to get: a good price for it. Oh,

/ old McOrath will also show a picture I Join's J was not prepared) for I tieach-I 'ed! Olga. ii"i, ; but we want Lord what wisdom. Do such guys

".V ,.' of the. lucceaaful the conteatant.Solution must. : cry in MH own household; so \\hI'" he1 Urnine smiled, a I little. "!\Iy deal d.'tp hat none of t 1 : I ever think of joining: the League or

-;" not be more to than 100 mystery words long.J I heard that a doctor had l>oi-ii culled woman it is fiftyfifty.VhiIt' out of It. I supporting any good work !
.oj a Here are Borne queallone tn LA to attend .,",u..un he was without, the) I have a hold on her it is. not quite | "Uhrn. io on." i To get back to facts. Prices for
.1; V. kept In mind In connection aolutlon itt ; least suspicion that he had been betrayed. so good as she has on me. We are ;, "I want two 1 much of the fruit that has gone: forward -
aid to a -
the a* an
i\\h J :mystery More than this. there had not dealing with an ordinary servant I The "old man" .(' I will 1 be very disafPo ntinlit.

Me. 1-Wa.t b..o_,.* 01 the leer, no occasion' to summon u doctor wo could threaten and scare. No, "indeed (I his fat Iwnl' I. "Sixty I Orders will 1)(' slower fru.twas

",'J, 111111.N.. ..2.-..Whet' berome of .Ikei in the seven years' MI' HarRreuve/: had ; u shrewd little Woman who desperately . | I if the yarn isn't on / / !i good.! Who LH to blame ? Mr.

'' 1OOO,_rMe lived here. So Jones went about his l wanted money And she will I 1 night, you- --" Wise. Guy Mr. Market Buster, Mr.
'. 9.-W."'nt Harm FloreneeBurrrf I petty household affairs without more l lie paid! ; po getting out of it. .She will :i j f "MuTit I I for, another / Selfish, :Mr Don't Give A 1)-- for

; thought upon the matter. Tfe maid not move another step, one way or the ,11 I came in to ask I' his fellow grower. .
;' We. 4-What ...._.* ..f the flu.V .- :
)t i elan e..t..sI had been recommended to him as one other, after slip leceives the balance :< I".e."You're. Well thank the Good Lord even

Nobody connected either directly of the shrewdckt young women in the /Hurgreave: will have a pretty steepI I your own these chumps' folishness may resultin

t. S! Dollar. or Indirectly Mytry" with wll be"The considered Million detective business. I bill to pay when the time comes." I sixty days more. some good. Prices are down low

: .. a contestant.YNOPSIS The doctor arrived. He was a real "She has no idea where the mil- I counterfeiting: ?" I enough. They will not improve for
t doctor; no doubt of that. He investigated -lion is?" "Those new tens I quite a while. Green fruit will not be

Susan's condition-brought: "If she had she's quite capable] of ,stumble on that right :! consumed, but will lay around stores. ('

'k.j j Stanley Haraicave OP PREVIOUS, allllt CHAPTERS.>.. ... afterairaevleva about by a subtle though not-dangerous -I lugging it off all by herself," said it overwithout .. ( The denier will not buy any more
recommended -
,'1 , V a ** ... ..._ the den .. the poison-and instantly Braine. other story." until he gets rid of his!'! first lot. Thatis
'I t ,z fmm .f brilliant. .101.... katowai .* the the seashore. Susan was not usedto The doctor laughed. ""Well go to it." natural. In the meantime shipments .
Black ....... live* the life .f a re- being confined to the house; she will increase. Good fruit will
t .!- fe>r .......* year. H......... of doors litle "Olga went on Braine "you must 1:1'1: turning In |
: ,J *.. mlvht eaten a Broadway. ...t..- was essentially an out I look at it as I do; that it is still in day in and day out | sell at fairly reasonable prices and"more ,.,..
...; .... and.there eovae face te fae. with body The seashore would bring her the middle of the game and we have I've gone through { grapefruit will be eaten thisyear '
,q .\ *lr jraaa leaden Bralae. about in no time. The doctor suggested than before. The low '
'r ... Ata" .h* m.ttmm.. ...... which Beach because of its! neither lost nor won. escapee! than you ever ever prices
\ ", ...t.." aaaa aa,ar>Btly ........_ the Atlantic "How do you know that Hargreavemay H V" been after me. as compared with former years will
l' *th.*t B..._... ........ .. bOa aaaKiver mildness thuoghout the year and its not have at his beck and call an log\ safes; I've been create a big consumptive demand.
_ I I .\..1.-t .al. ...- aa4 lay plaf nearne to New York The fruit win be kept moving.
far *..Mkl r kl* aaea" *. fr*** the ..vn- )) to alooo organization quite as capable if not as soned; but I haven't
she'll have
't\ 1/ *rr. B* Wrfie* a leUer".. the rlrle"MJk "I'm afraid go larg as ours'" suggested the phy- "Good Lord! Do Growers should remember that thisis

'V "| !. New .evaey where ....... said Jones &Tav4 lv. sician. that?" the big apple month. Growers are _

r r \ >eir(.he Vef.ere.*..ha..*had-hi.aayateriewsly baby ..... ..1, ,"I shan' .tlrt' declared Susan.>if I am"1shant "That is not possible," Bralne declared "!::\oery word sir." ( taking their fruit off the trees to keep

ZF3.r.".. Oray.sBe '.!..j>.ya nI vtaltvU leave nay girl even without hesitation. "I'll make it ninety ; it.from freezing. Many of. them are
t.. ... h.arar..I a ...... avlater.relae sick." Susan caught Florence hand. and ."Well it begins to look that It this story comes in throwing it on the market now. .Apples
way
:t sad BMmVer* ef hi* baa -.. Pressed "bu.'L are being pressed for sale. Grape*
'-.5. ,* % HMwraaw.. >eaae .. ....... bu$ "Would 'you like I... go with, her to me. We've never made a move get a forking bonus. fruit. and Oranges will not command I ;
"
,a.: -T. eater the ...- the watcher. yet that hasn't been blocked "I'm not.looking ; ; .J
>- Me a.. .' aallaaB leave 'the ...... Florence'" asked Jon., with a shy "Pure_ luck each time, I-tell you; the proud of my.work. ) as much ttentlon a. apples until"around
; ,
V Th. _,. I* feaa. .pty-tbs Ball liraHaia'aav glance at the strange doctor. The shy devil's' I want. Thankatrivlnl'tlape. .1%. wise "
ill all
luck; at. the criti-
.... was kaewa .. have was wasted. The doctor vlnc.ed own always. grower will pick for color and go slow I
that aay reae. Tbea ****e eae glance cal moment, when eVerything.seems to Thanks for the
.t: *eS4 tbe Vallea ka beeai BBB-I no sign that it mattered .one wayor be in hands. Now Good-night." for awhile yet. There are plenty of
," .... ... ...*>*.4 I. the bt'.. .eBM ,I. the other to him. our we want growers who will hustle oft their fruit .
;, ; Florence and we's tried a .hundred So Florence
\ 'eM ..e;:; "It is nothing very serious now" regardless of all advice and keep the
h' I'.s F1t ; ....1... '1.... ... girluP volunteered. "But it may turn out ways to accomplish this fact and letter in the morning.And markets down.-Growers News.
t .e..1. ....._ 01... Besiass _..- he failed. The question Is', how to get the doctor
f ). b..I.., ......t. und "- t. h. a .....- ueriou. if it is not taken care of at her sway from her companion ?" lame time. And
.... Tw b'.s.u .. _II. but I "
his
K. .VIBelteTi.".*;sssssMB... ta ,.... BT Jlartta, B .*w*> once."What is the trouble?" inquired : complacently-"Simple) enough. said the doctor "Fine patient.!" he said. '

'ti t F.'. A/T_ kriktost the _..ala af ta* 0...... Jones, who was growing fond of "Out with it, if you have an idea." just the thing. A do
f". Heetra l-yVa trap&Sffv&f. ". I Susan. I The doctor leaned forward and to find his advice
** lbsUr.nt'
=
r = rrt. "Weak he tt. Sunshine! and goodsea He
.' ....t.le ahd Bh. eaallr. fall Whispered a few words. glanced
F T tutu tb* roaortelfn. ........ Ta air will strengthen her up again. I "Well" I'm hanged'I" Braine laughed who was the picture '
>roTa .$.rtlvS ........ Brala1 ..1..1 No, no!" as Jones drew forth his wal- and slapped the doctor on the Suddenly he frowned
..... and only klrellaB fall lata bill the first of
In
"I'll send need not
:'"F kaada .( .k* ...It_ fet. my air shoulder. Simplest thing in the "You \
t t 1 ; Aft*, '.a.... .. their Sral attempt.Ik the month. Sunshine and sea ; I world. Mad dog 'wouldn't be in It.il aughed. "I never
I Blaek Hundred trap Fa.......... They that's all that's necessary.' And now, always said that you had gray: matter life."
t' ., her far a*...,.. bat she *-..... cared "Are quite
,> santa fallMUT thB, !g-ood-da.y. least j if you to exert yourself. you
,. JIf-".. Bad the ..o..t... rail .. FI.tie ..- All cry businesslike; not the 1 "Thanks," replied the doctor dry- gravely.
) :t' .... in the world for any one to suspect what In I
*BO* the nest ,. aae* aaf at cause ly. "I'll drop down there tomorrow "Why fl
,, f BBM. Tka ...a...* ......: BOB, Jones that a new trap was being set by if you say so, ostensibly to see the mean?" I p.,
1 tr..v.. BMrtlB af aaarlaar. mad froaamvlty the
; a B take a be.... P..... by the snarers. The mail returned to other patient. It will make a deuceof He did not speak, ( I
I ... ,,_...*.. .f t. Blavk .......... hervaav sewing room while Florence coddledher a disturbance. ward and took her by 1 V ,
L ,\ tu t.. .Water. front and .....e.. companion and made much of her. "Nbt\ if you scare the hotel peovpte." 1, ing his watch in his I _: I; -
!. ..*..1.. th b i lata the aea.Brala in his i
r' but dig
\ .\ eaueelrea the tdf.f Blrla Jones was suspicious, : "That is what I propose to do. They' shook his head. He I _ ..
II I .. ._e.... ..rlF.t. which, F....... ",a. mind as he would he could find no will not want such a thing known. It emn, indeed. ,

:.. ;\; .along...te.and. Ja are.* frtaaateJr sad Norton oa both.... mo I.t earthly reason for this suspicion instinc-save would scare every one away for the "What is it?" I .1 V

_.. Klarvaee t.... beta laiarlaoaedla that this attrilmts was now rest of the season. But of course with growing terror. .
I
, tko eaaatry ..._ ta which she la tive, that it was always near the top. this depends upon whether they are "Go to your room -.t I
; : ...... ill he must be given I remain there for the ;
Susan was
If 1 honest or in the hotel business to : ( .
,- Fa....... ..*. baraebark riding and I .
t
t- r I" eaptajrod by ... af Hralae' aaea !good care; there was no getting make money: dered. "I must see
.i aloaa1 tbe .......... Nortaa -. ..* her around this fact. Later he telephoned -I Again Braine laughed. "Bring/ her alone." I _ JJ -
LTkar Bra ........ ..we.... and tha 'physicians. The the
,, |.aJr _... their __...t. eaeapo only several prominent j 1 back to New York alone //Esculpius, He opened -
J .utter Nartoa has ......... a tire OB strange doctor was recommended as and a fat check is yours. Nothing passed out
;*taw faat aaaroaralBsr _".... with a a good ordinary practitioner and in I I could be simpler than an idea like ed to Florence who '

4. .' ; .,bulbS: c.., ... Olsm. _.....* t. break th. !good standing; and so Jones dismissed this. It's a fact; no man can thinkof bewildered than her Look ..
4 n _t- MW .uztaIt... __t__ I his -suspicions as having no_ hookto j everything and just provedit doctor began to ; I It Is-But :

V ...a...._....H........ .... N....... and IBXto hang them on. to me. l'\e trie lou've- a general's how she slept, if she
both ta her aparl..ls
.V >..t.*..* t* faint ,. the ..*..rI..>* .....*. Ills hair would have tingled at the work without aids. Olga, does any one pains in her back. "Bump" Comes.
,a p. InaroBoa.BpaoafB IB lbs doorway Jaatt roots however, had he known that watch me come and go any more?" these questions ./

tka ifortoa alaaaod back aaoBBOBt his,,Bad. a* a maltBTiTO this same physician was one of the. "No; I've watched a dozen nights. slightest suspicion I. J

,, \ .-. Aeoa* >pU_ at Brala* aace..d la kldtavFlaa two who had signed the d'umentwhich The man has gone. Either he found that she was being Je spending every dollar be earns .
''b n....... while cbs I. shopping had accredited Florence with insanity out what he wanted or he gave up should she entertain : ."
it-and have time doing it
1I .\Bd harry-her .* t. .... Nortoa r.- and had all but succeeded jn the jab. To my mind he found out This doctor, who a treat .

'aaiT.*tho a .gIrl.$..1_bad later leaped Iaf lat.ring th. hlathat sea> making a supposition a fact. Nor was what he wanted." benevolent who had I:,

C h., V ad ba drowaed. Jones aware of the fact that the "And what's that?" Susan and benefited
/4 ;, Plareae* I* picked BP la a daaed e..- telephone wire had been tapped re "Heaven knows! discouragedly. she doubt him? to come sooner or later, when the '

2V. ,, )' olltloa Hundred by B party loeato af .her...r and_..Bralae.. The cently. So when he finally concluded "Come, doctor suppose you and I "In heaven's" name come into mighty food play ;

'iilaCK.._.***' *. her father. aoveeeda ,. to permit Florence to accompany go down to Daly's for a little turn at the matter? she
.er ,in ._1.' her bark t* BOB with him. Susan' V q Atlantic' City he telephonedto billiards?" "Stay here for a spending habit is now-

) 1- ........_ **t. dee.t a.which the boat Nortoa sad baa I. the detective agency to send up a "Nothing would sujt me better." I'll be back. Under little each week in this bank, ;
ahlp
y.en.d beau ahaBBkrile4.Nortoa by B trusty man, who was shadowed from "All aboard thenl! Good-nigU. leave your room into until comfortable and independ !:.

I aal. rb.p.sse. _'.IF ashore the moment he entered the Hargreave Olga. Keep your hair on; I mean He paced out and dollars \
.r Wad with .. loas-er say aalaaaderataBdar home till he started for the railway your 'own hair. We're going to win the frantic- Susan. grows your I 1
VVt, ..._ take the train for
V *.._between c Tb. train .. wrckd sad w..be ...- station. lie became lost in the shuffle out, don't you worry. In all games "We must see the 1\
i, lag _BM .i ... lilaek .. BBrarry -..-. and was not heard from,till weeks the minute you begin to doubt you he replied to her V
y the Injured Fa...._ t.- t B. drtd * later in Havana. The Black: Hundred begin to lose." I must be extremely
( but -T Jartawbtrlea .1 found good profit in the shang- V I There must be no -OF
ken *. tlod t* tho railroad track I That aame night Norton sat at his :
.. ......._ .*.... hlaa Bad mall,. JOB** hal-Ing business. desk in his shirt .leees\\-pOttnding bad bettotygo to H
8' '__ t* the ..-. of bulk.V' I dnto Miss ,
to pick as they not
Tka Blaek: Hundred reOTer'tb.-Voxaaaoa Susan began up away at his typewriter. From time go '
.
I ........ la the oeoaB., By lv say the day after the arrival at. Atlantic to.. time he paused and''teetered'hit mo,, where hav you ", /

V W. "oartBB-N.Ie....... sad faJIIaaoff Joaeo ...f.ooatrib... It. .''I City;! due doubtless, to the cessation chair and scowled over his pipe at the been trying to do an ; -. .
: : of the poison she had been taking among the poorer ..
sk 't._ t.., .b* B..*... ara-aalmatloai .. starlit night outside. Bang! would go .. .
4 'fl..rrtr.aa -."lvoa .and aaraBMa unawares. The two young women hit chair again'and. ....cllcldty-cllck: "Onlyonce : ____._ ____!___.$100,000.00, .
c V tkoloa'dorahlp ..f th* Art_. branch began to enjoy life for the ,first time would sing the .keys f,.'ki. machine.: verge i'tears.' i I"OnIy T ", ." ,....) t
.
.4f lbs :Black ........ Tbrooich tk* sine, they, had )left'/Miss I FarioVs. The story he was writing was in the ) once,la .. ; ________________?. 400,000.00\ II t
t n.aalae*' ell ... a.Bt aB. tk.to '/ win ;and ... .T ,; '. ' :\. "
with the .,..rydayaDd
They were son arrrral :: hf go -
V .... Batae up ordinary:.routinethe "
.... *
c .. tbarwasrhly t: :
.. 4..y ;
bed tired but haPPY.1"N.ne gjth..uspo11tice.inotables getber.itt. .J' : I -'L.a.:: :......... I II
........,bid swu pbaaa ....... sasS.Oti went to great oceai>!! ... yvttti" ,; ) ... ,Ji'.x, .; ,., ''f. I
i bothered them. If some reporter wbtrwere not:adverse to..*. I :
.. .
: \ "
:. ;; ; ;; : o.
V rI'.fiii
-- .'\ x. encountered their signatures on the administration..Yonwill manager was ... .J"\ D..:... -
1 .l noandng present t,;
: u.s.w 1ia.&l" ::....."'_... at'vryera Ute Iote1-xegLstsr_he_.....nothing.to have noticed no doubt that ,"I take it,*!. I = : :: '. ; :t1Ce.!, $. ..
.. .. Mk lbS ; .... ,
uwu1ae ..... t* B .*< .. : -
I* that ..
Mass'ruve 'k ....el ..-... law ia .5'- excito his repoTtorial.sensesc.AU.this' IOmrcu$gronUed-politiclaB l "*iway. : ',- a .YiI-. ......L..a'r- "- -- .,..,- .-..:. bIr
.. gal., 0.5.5 .. ... ks&H of course was due to Norton's policy deDoumma the present administration\ became.known ; ,
......F_ J: ..7 ...-. k -affair'out"'of the would crests good : : Cashier'
- __ ... ...- .. ... Iioe ., Cf plng"tiw apers. it, matters not If it be .Republican: or c., : : WI}
T ..
Jones' made ance Ir .
and resultS tB B raid lbS -Following ;order they Demecratie. 'When 7011 axe 'out of a .
whiek. -* .friends wttti':no on* ;.Thoeo,about the 0oo4 Job TOO are always prone to d* > Disturbance!I'' ; I i U 1] I

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GROWERS.- f* NOTICE OF,ELECTIOX.Whereas. B'et1oS> One of Article V ot ,tt>.' Con. ,'W..IC& !
t THE MAKES BACKACHE. The Iea-tlature of ttll. .tltutiOIt la hereby arreed to and shall .. H. E...BAILEY:
.. Circuit Ce_ <. T1S JsisUetal Vt wit
Under the Constitution of list of the be proposed and submitted to the l.otors r
,
AND SHIPPERS' OF I : State of Florida did pass three Joint ot the Stale for,approval : re. .t n......!. sad.f.. 0-...-Cewxty.NOTICB .. i I J Painting ant P4ter' Haagiaf
Resolutions propoelnr amendraedt to action at the next general election la Cea..ey. ,
QUICKLY DISAPPEAR the Constitution the State ot Florida her after. that : to said Section PETITION'TO i iktERIOR WORK :SPECIALTY
FLA CITRUS FRUITS and the same were' agreed to by a One of said l rreJ shall, be amended OF BB VtADRA. ,.
..' Tote ot thre*-fltth* of all toe member;'ao a. to,read as follow: i .-PRBBCBALKR. ,' '. -'.. ..._;.. :" 21 .Adbbett* Blrtl29f j

........... = ; '-,. :- .....::: A. }etv-Ioseti-Re iirve-All.Such:Mig. elect jo Joint each' Resolutions house; _that..were the ,votes en. ,-State Sdollon,.hall 1.. be The judlclaLyower'ot.th.Supreme' ., 'Notice-to 'ail to whom It mar concern ".* '
.Your attention IL called again to 1onrt: that Mrs. B. V. Blake (Nettle Blake
cries Bladder Weakness..Kidney -' tered upon their respective Journal, Court. Circuit Course, ot Record
the new regulation .affecting the Trouble and RheumaIsm'Promptly with the yea and nays thereon andthey of Eacambta.,County. Criminal Courts. of St.' Cloud, Oeoeola County Floridawill --. --.... -- . . --.
did determine and direct I that the .County Courts. County Judr and Ju.- apply to the Honorable ,Jaraee. W.
boxes
; to show their
stamping) :,net Vanish. aid Joint Revolutions submitted too' tloeixtf the Peaaa and such other Courtsor Perkln Judge of the Circuit Court of !
contents} to conform to the latest de the electoos of the State at the General Commissions as the Legislature may the Seventh Judicial Circuit In and for ,c. F., THRASHERSUEETDIETAL
cision of the Pure Food Board of the Election-tn No..mb.rUlC." ,from time to time ordejn and ..tabU.'". Oeoeola County State of Florida. on the
It. Is no longer- necessary for anyone Now. Therefore, I IL Clay Crawford; The Legislature mar pr._rlt>. /the 10th day of ( .. 1111. at T>n.
.
United States Department of Agricul -to Suffer with backaching kidney Secretary of State of the State of FlorIda oomp.naatlon of the, Justices andJudges Led Florida,'or wb.rev.r he may befor ,, WORKER;
ture. It has been decided by them trouble have disagreable bladder do hereby a-lve notice that a General ' of the several courts,, but no a license to manage, take charge etand
boxes : will In each court heretofore established under theConstitution control her property, and to become Steel Ceilings a Specialty. \
that! stamping: the :with the inside ] Election be held county ,
and disorders ,
urinary to contend In' Florida on Tuesday next *uoceedlnsr and laws or Florida eftall a free dealer In,, every respect
measurement namely. 12x12x24 with, or be tortured with the first Monday In Muvember.A !>e hereby abolished.. H. TX GEIGER Phone H9-R.;, ". Siulmmee,1114Dla' .
inches" does not fulfill tne. require- tism stiff and its A, 1114, the said. Tuesday b.lnathe Petltloner'e Solocltor. ''
joints
cast-In compliance
ments of the law. They have out- .heUma-j third day of November for the ratification The votes with Dated Sept II, A. D 1J14.isc .
wrenching: pains for the new or rejection of the Bald Joint aid proponed amondmenta and the $ ti SIMPSON
lined two methods of labelling which ery, Croxone, quickly and .;urcy! Resolutions propoalna amendment* to _nv..., declarations and returnsthereof COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE" rl
will be to them .re-1 shall be subjected to the same STATE or FLORIDA.In .
aceptable : lieves all such troubles. the Constitution of the State of Florida 1 1DENTIST'
First. in'Terms of vla.j regulation and restrictions as arc re Estate of / ,!Ii
-Stamping Dry .'
Croxone is the most wonderful A Joint Resolution |>oalnsT anAmendment provided by law for general elections CHRIS KABNNEI Oeoeola'County. -
Measure.The remedy yet devised for ridding the to Section Jo: growers and shippers are at of uric acid and out tloe Eight (S) of the Constitution ofthe In Testimony Wh.'eot I have hereunto may concern, that on the let day of Upttairsjn '
liberty to stamp upon the box iKjtcrms system driving State of Florida I relating County set my hand and affixed the Great March A. D. ItlC. I shall apply to the OrnCE H01JnsA .t ... DI' 13 ''''*'
all the poisonous Impurities which Orttoera.B Seal of the State of Florida. at TaJlahaanee. Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of Bald I liSO ta S3ok> m. 1
of bushels, pecks, quarts pints, or cause such troubles.' ,IJjMs entirely It resolved by the Legislature<< of the Capital thl. the twen- Court, as Judge of Probate, for tny final Telephone No. 76 Jun l.l., '
,
ty-nrth day of July A. D. 114H.CL.AT ,
have receiveda
fractions thereof. We different from all other remedies. It the State of Florida: discharge aa Administrator l of the estate -
that That the following amendment to CRAWFORD.Soal of Chris Kaennel deceased: and ,
the ;
statement from Department
is not like anything else ever used Section Six: 4') of Article Eight (I). ( ,) Secretary of State. that at the ...m. time I -will. preeent to CARSON ,, '
for the Florida standard box, which for the purpose. It acts on the principle of the Constitution of the State of aid Court my final account as Admin- DR. W. W (, ,
measures 12x12x24 inches the expression of out the and Florida I. hereby agreed to and shall OIUtl1)11'01t IU.ICATIOV! I l.trator of said estate, and ask, for their
cleaning
"Contents 1 3-5 bu." stamped poisons be submitted to the-pelectors of the approval. DENTIS1 '
removing the cause. State at the general election to beheld I. /ate 'Irrult I'o.M. Krvrath JaaMHalKl.rlila. Dated Set llth. A. D. 114.J. '
fulfill all of the -
will I ,
'
quirements. In addition to this. A. D. 1114. for ratification or rejection: o.. .i. Cou. ,.. I Office over Cole's Jewelry Store >
membranes and like water ina .
linings
eking the numerical count may be sponge neutralizes,',dissolves, and Section for the 6. The election Legislature by the hell qualified provide ....... 00 ......'.... Office Hours: 8-1216' \'

ed.. makes the kidneys sift out and filter elector In each County of the followIng ELiZA: A JOHNSON, 1 la C .aaarrry.Complainant .j Office phon.i&enResidents" :
Second.-Stamping in Terms of county officer: A Clerk of the ) 23
all the uric acid and poisons Circuit Court. Sheriff. Conitable, a v.. fee
7 away a ) Order LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY
" 'umericaJ! Count and Average Dia.- from the blood and leaven the kid County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Collector M J, JOHNSON, ) .lll.-tUle.. Gas adihlnlstered' for extraction 6.teeth 1
meter of Fruit.. a Superintendent of Public Instruction Hofenilnnt ) .
If the shipper does not desire to neys and urinary organs clean strong, ande County Surveyor The 1'0-111. J. Jnhnaon,* Oroftlnp: AT LAWSPE91.LIZING >
healthy and well. I term of office.. of all County ortlc..umentioned
It 'Inn from affidavit filed In i ,
he apprut
the first method, stamp
may
use shall be for
In Section
have this '
It matters not how long you this cause that the residence of the
his boxes with the number of orangesor ; four year. except that of County, Aa- R. H. S. GEIGER
old what d<--ndmil M. J. Johnnon I* at Itrirlitcr, D
suffered, how you are, or .
of Taxes and County Tax Col- IN
box contains. In esBor
the of A11D'SVEYOBi
State .
grapefruit Of'orKIIand that there la no PHYSICIAN
have useH the principle of lector who shall be elected for two
addition to this number there must be you Croxone is such that very it is practically year, *'until at the general election to whom person the In thu Brrvloe State of of aubpo..nlwould Florida upon ABSTRACTAND Citizens Bank Building {,
the box however, the be held In the A. D. Itlt. when
placed year '
upon bind the said defendant and that heiI Klsiimraee, Florida
impossible to take it into the human which .hall be electedfor
and after they
average diameter of the fruit in that I I. Abo\'" the age of twonty-ono year.. *
box. The exact measurement of these system without results There is a term of four year Their hall be It U therefore ordered that the defendant Phones: Ofac..297 or &f .
nothing clue on earth like it. It starts I duties and compensation .pre-I M J. Johnson do appear to TITLE WORKTATK '
diameters for the different packs was crlbed by law. The irllatnre '
265. fM.
the complainant bill of Residence iy
Pro- to work the minute you take it and provide by law for the care and complaintfiled BANK BLDG.
determined several years ago: by relieves the first time it. tody of all County fund and shall In this caune on or before the .
fessor Hume and a table was prepared you you use provide the method of reporting and Ruin I>nv In November A I II. IdH to- ,
Station, These If you suffer with pains in your fund.. wit., the .second day of said month of 1i 1-
out all .uch
paying
by the Experiment Nov..mb..r. c O0 000 . ( lO. .
obtained when back and sides or have any signs of I Provided, County Treasurer' electedIn ):
however, were And It In further ordered that this i
figures
the Florida shippers used the flat box, kidney bladder troubles, or holf General office Election for the term held In elected 1911 .hall i order be published each week for foureuceeeelve T RIVERS, M. ,D. r
the actual measure- tism, such as puffy rheuma-I I weeks In the Kisslmmee ,
and no doubt somewhat larger than the yes or in the feet and A Joint a..latl... I Valley Qacette. R weekly newspaper, of PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. '
ments today are Section general circulation publlHhi in said
Proposing Amendment to
those given in this table. It is per- you are nervous, tired and run down 16 of Article TV of the Constitution of I Oceania county Florida.Witness Office over Osceola PharmaeyI
large diameter or bothered with urinary disorders the State of Florida, Relating to theAppointment the Honorable James W ,
to -
use a
fectly legitimate : of IVrMim, Judge. of the Circuit Court C.W.GRIFFIN Residence 63'
Croxone will quickly relieve of Commissioned Officer I
than indicated in this table, pro- you of the State Militia; ]I In and for Osreola county. Florida and PHONES Office IU
viding of course you do not give the your misery. You can secure an orig- Be It Resolved by the Legislature of my hand nn Clerk of said Court under lrt
than it ac- inal package of Croxone at triflingcost the State of Florida: the official seal thereof this the 10th
average diameter larger from first class druggist I That the following amendment to I I day of September, A. 1>. 1914. Staple and( FancyGROCERIES ,
tually is, If one desires to use this any Section It of Article IV of the Constitution (Seal) .T. i. ovrcnarHpnT. ,. ., ,1.
latter method of stamping his boxes All druggists are authorized to personally of the State of Florida I* I Clerk of the Circuit Court L. WINN
is to rubber stamps return the purchase price if it hereby agreed to and shall be submitted O F Krlbh w.
possible prepare
it Solicitor for bomplalllant.
to the elector of the State for 4I 1 I
the fails in a single caMeOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO "
which will show each pack and at adoption or rejection at the next general PHYSICIAN '
tie the average diameter of election hereafter; that I* to say. {
same NOTICE OK BXBC IJT >It FOR FINAL
that pack This will make it unnecessary o o that Section It of Article IV .hall beamended UI8L'lfARGIi Office 2nd Floor Wilison'Bulldln1Rsstoascs :
*o a. to read a. follow.: PBJOMB Ml KDwunasx
to do any more stamping thanis Sec 1The Governor hall appointall Free all Parts Onion w;. Z
Dellvryt3: ProM fu>aisADR. ,
done at the present time when the commissioned officer of the State !. Court .f the County Judge IIt'e .fIn 1
the number of fruit on Strangerare Mllltla. including; an adjutant general Vl rl... *
packer stamps for the State with rank of brigadier re Estate of Charles Edward Frank cf b C. L. HYATTPhysician
the end of the box. general, who shall be chief of *tan. lln. Oaceola County I
It is important that the groweis and The duties and compensation of all Notice I* hereby given to all whom and
the state appreciate the looking for a farm officer BO appointed shall be fixed bylaw I It may concern that on the Id day of Surceoa.Phon.s .
you
shippers over \ The terms of office of all oom- I November. 1 to I y
,
fact that this law is now m effect and mlsloned officers of the orgranlied militia the J bleP. M'MurphyJud, : : '''- ,--- -I
that arrests will doubtless be made if shall be continuous during' the aid court, a* Judge; nf probate: fro a Offlce,197
found not complyingwith Eitherlarge pleasure of the Governor; subject to final discharge! a* executor: of the e- i KisslmmseFlorid
shipments are such law a* enacted by theLegislature tate of Charles Edward Franklin deceased No. 666.i Res. 248< *'
the law. Stamping the number t.rlne their retirement and that at the Mme time we 1
of oranges or grapefruit upon the for age Or other cauee will present our final account a* executors .
with additional infor- or small of said estate, and ak for their This b.pretcrlpdosi prepaecl--.I.si ';
end of a box, no A Jolat Rewt.tloB>. approval. lor MALARIA or CHILLS.. FEVER D. GEIGER.
mation, violates the law.-Lloyd S. Proposing An Amendment to Section Dated May let, A. T>. 1114 coil H. i
i One of Article V of the Constitution. H. M. BREAKER.. five or ala doses will break Wpw, .
Tenny. 1' Relating to the Judiciary ELLA M. FRANKLIN. U takea than es toale the Fever will not ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "
Be It Resolved. by the Legislature of Executors return. It acts on the Ure better than
EXCHANGE IS GROWING. the That State the of following Florida: amendment to OBO. F. PARKKR Attorney.F. Calomel sad does not rlpeavstckea.. 2Se Office State-Bank Bnl1d ni i;''' "*" . ,

association of the Florida I If 11 I Kisslmme.' Florida, '
A new SO . l'
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has been formed at t
Citrus Exchange (
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Seffner. The Pemberton packing i -y-.rv"wvil VTVTVTVTVTV'yv M FVT'V'TVTVT g IOt..OIOIO.OIO.O.OI.I..O.010.' -*. "

house will be used this year. QJEO. F. PARKER;:
Mr. Solon Pemberton of Seffner was Ask ,

one of the original organizers of the PROGRESSIVE Attorney-at-Law,

Florida Citrus Exchange and he now Mrs. Summers -""Collection and 'Conveyancing .

sees that the great work which he _

helped to start is the solution of the 608 Penfield St., one block Specialties...' "e:

problem of the citrus fruit growers, west of Clyde, Avenue (Clyde, 112 H Broadway., ,. "

and is back in,the fold; stronger in the 2nd avenue west of court... ., . .
faith than ever.: _' I house leading south). Business i 'aa '.. 1
News comes from Vero and Fort, People i_'t. KRIBBS fI( -i "

Pierce that Msociations. are contemplated : uATTORNin'-: ':.,, .

there. : AT LAW -: K1u11l1l&C.'PLA;
of the exchange houses over
Many
the State are filled to capacity n"'W, Wbeaever You Need General Tonic : Examination of Titles a Special/

and there are many who desire to ship Take Grove's You Should Know' Notification and paym.nt ot :'taxes,,of.

then fruit through the exchange who The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless : non-reiidents. given cartful
I
will b(' unable to
lack of pa(kmf facilities. General Tonic because! it contains the ..
'I Ill" Ric\( that is wiRe and is in well known tonic properties QUININE I

the neighborhood of un exchange and IRON. It acts on the Liver. Drives 1N : Pat Josniton G.:P. GamttiOHNSTON i 'r;

house that is not filled to capacity will out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and I = : *: GARRETT

in now while yet the opportunity Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. J
get Law
at
Attorneys
Grower. I .It
is open.Florida "
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P.w4t"'LORln.TIUJCK FIELDS. -> S.U.BUfOCKREAL KISSIMMEEEGGERSGLUES3 : Kisslmmee, Florida.

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Dunnel on.-Since the slump in tow O.HASBBV T. noTOM wiau.
ESTATE Late COd..ltor Judge of the ,, ,,

phosphate mining county many will prominentmen engage in ....................... --- ---- --- . -- ----- : Florida R.B. Ce.n-. Cri-LaeCt,
of Marion & WARLOWATTOSNL .

truck farming the coming season. INSURANCEExamination i &: RIEDEL. H. LAWSONCash W. B. MAKINSON CO. : 'MASSEY
puttingnew i
Alva.-Ed. Parkinson is : COUNSELED d
TS AND ,
in his packing house )| I. "'
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machinery
of Titles and LAW
to start packing operations a Carpenter Repair Shop Hardware, Cutlery, Boat AT ? ],
\ and expects Practice all u.. Courts of the eta]:sad of ..
I next week Inside Furnishings, Screening Store the United State. alee hefera ....florid..... r;
rWoodrow.Truckers arc busy set- Specialty. and Cabinet Work Supplies andMachinery. road Comaleslaew Bad the latent*** <'iiiiMaruCommlaatoa. "
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out cucumbers. nnujtoeH peppers Our Specialty.J. .
ting 11-14 Cwi rsro. OB.LANDO.I'LA' \.:
and tomatoes. The truckers' association -:, "orresoondence Solicited. 10 Broadway.WATERS I BUM MlF n "

has ordered two cars of ground : ,. 't

limestone W. PRENTIS & CARSON GROCERY O. F. BASS .
Orange City.-There is a big citrus Ozona.-The exchange packing : : -JENKINS fi;
in
fruit crop in this section. The yieldof house here will employ only women Pianos Organs,, Talking Machines, CaEverylhlag Contractor 'J.y

grapefruit will be much larger packers this season. There are many Sewing Machines. Plain and Decorative SURVEYOR .

than last year while the orane crop women employed in different packing Painting and Paperhanging .

will be fully as large. The Acreageof houses,throughout the state and their Broadway.W. to Eeat.
515 Sproule Are. Phone 67.K. Fraternity Hall TTUilmmee.! Via.DB .'
is Increasingevery i
grapefruit trees work is of the highest order. i1"

year._______. _, G. HANKINS NELSON REALTY CO. ,
E. MAGEE .. .

Adding Machines and 9 Darlington Are. Carpenter aad .Builder .L J. HICKS ll

Physician S'S\

TypewritersFor Property Sold on Job Work" General Repairing and Surgeon, ,'.. '
t. Saw Filing a SpecialtyIS
( Sale. COB*Mission. Darlingtea Ave Office 'Fbones'. :l'0

INSTOCK State Beak Bid. Off. 41Rea. iI

DANNS DEPARTMENT STORE. .
'I J D. G. M'KAY REAL DATE T. R. ELLIS

PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS Dry Goods, Clothing, Sheea. AGENCY Electrical Contractor J. W. Thompson :

MATIHERSTOlfc.R IIELF FEED RIF:" I I ,

1o:001oR. TRIMMERS Furnishings Graystone Block Water ... UCla CollectorPh .

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PERKINS* 5Hi1rtiIM! MACHINEBYENGINES. ,
q t. 4e tw SAWMILLS Ie aid lOc Store on Third Fleer.J. Sell Land Anywhere aa. Cosss ...... ... 220 8 DarUa.... Ave -:'!(,

BOILERS. _. t. 40 k. Light asd H..yy i FUNERAL. DIRECTOR ;a, .

SAWDUST CONVEYORS. SLAB CONVEYORS 1GAoOWIIE ERNEST L. GREEN an'I<< ,
D. CLARK
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BNOiN5!!' STEAK FEEDS COLE UNLET
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LICENSED EMBALMER 'I
LATH MIUS STAVE! .US. Real Estate Broker 81m Writer ... Decsttattr
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d SAWS Jeweler. and] OpiesMtrUts PalM- :-
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:s..ArTING'P11LLETS DOXEM t I $ U ...*...,.. ....... 288.t Store ,and Chapel, Stewart- A.ralCaH '
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LULL POLICE COURT FINES \ Oranges ; I _


'. HEAVY THIS WEEKIn Only 11 Cars Go North : Want Advertisements II

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IN FIGHTING
;.Mayor's court this week Jerry ,I Curs moved last week .__ -328 |! have put on a splendid growth. The I I
'/L/! Ilunn, colored penalty of his Cars moved week before last - -178: I fruit in many instances i.i" running to I Ii VALLEY GAZETTE Want Ads are a market
i'i _H. too joyous (aPenretuu at a Negro Total cars moved to last Saturday <>47Jacksonville i fair sizes. even when the trees are 1
place in which
.':.:.ul.aria, France Oct ::10.: ) The puu.sc5jt wedding last Sunday night.As I I particularly heavy laden. Grapefruit to secure help, a situation to
h,; the German Kla.-The total movement shipments from the entire East Coast j i rent buy tell
attacks on the left the )bride and groom emergedfrom : ] or exchange anything. They ,
:j, ,wing of* the allies 1 whenthe Ger; I I the church after the marriagererenwny last. week wan 317 cars of grapefruit I have been heavy. Probably Dade cost a trifle and bripg quick result
/ 'inane: have fought furiously in theiri' Jerry greeted t their! appearance I and eleven cars of oranges, a county is somewhat further advanced I I I sure
efforts to march total of :828 cars as compared t the
on French ports with two or three shots fired RATES: One cent word each insertion 25
.I t 'of.Dunkirk and Calais, is. considered wildly in the air, evidently meant to cars the -week previous. The total I Orange shipments will begin in car- a ;
I' ,:here'. to be only momentary. 1' udd to the excitement of the occasion movement of citrus fruit to October lots from Lee, l eSoto, Polk and Manatee 4r cents minimum charge; five or more

*' Reliable :reports are to tho effortthat without musing any real dumn e. IK, 11)13) : was 317 cars a difference of counties November 1.-The i lines 5 cents a line.
r :880: .
I ; heavy reinforcements are on Marshal Tyson happened to be in theneighborhood I cars. Packer. r ; their way and that when the German at the. time and placedthe Orange have started to move and I ''
to October 17, fourteen had been <
cars .
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lines are strengthened them* Negro --- --
by under
On -
iju. arrest. Monday 'I Keep Your Stomach and Liver Healthy --
!/ ."forces; said toaggregale more than in court he plead guilty to two chargesone !I shipped. The orange movement is FOR SALE-I want to sell my homestead 1 FOR SALE LAKE STANDISH
20(1.000( the considerably freer this week and probably : A vigorous ! men, fighting will go on of discharging firearms and the LO 1))(;EA :i2-room I: hotel in fine
; "pivriut- renewed fierceness. The reinforcements other of currying concealed weapons.Fines . j I by November 1 the carlot movement and regular acting bowels is I i I fruit and truck land near a ; ((oinijition, in Plymouth Orange
it is declared have been ana will be quite heavy if the markets depot on new railroad; good (r ,
::4 costs in faith cases totaled guaranteed if you will use Dr. King'sNew cypress > mty,, Kloiida; town ,ami trungI -
'. drawn ( the are not (glutted with immature brake and pine timber
other ; splendid -
\.r battlelines portatton close eight with
i ;Which in heall bent, in purHuunre of. $77.C'g'; :Meuse and Will Malory I and sour fruit. Grapefruit shipments, Life Pills. They insure god digestion place for I saw mill or shingle I I orange grove; .facex; brick acres highway ,

;;t the order of Emperor William that colored Were in court to answer to which moved early, did not have a tendency correct constipation and havean mill; Uncle Sam's title; you have to ( now authorized) ; elevated. overlooking .

the French ports must bo taken re- the charge of lighting Meuse was to improve market conditions.The excellent tonic effect on the whole sec the place to understand its lake, furnished; owner will r

.' ,:''gardless of costn. fined $5 and costs and MalnrK'r); ) and I effect of green. grapefruit shipments system- purity your blood and rid you great value and advantages, regular sacrifice on account old age. Price
,J1'Reportll: the next German have been felt this week trains will be put on first of $.r,0<))0 cash
\ say on- costs. t!, of all body poisons through the bow > which is less than half
': lauirht;: will be undertaken further (". W. Blount, white, had to answerto throughout the state as orders are not November; you can then stop at my cost of improvements. Send. for full
,.),away from the roust in order to avoid live charges of drunkenness and resisting coming in as freely as anticipated and I els. Only 25c at your druggist. place; come and see me; don't let I| detailed description if interested, as \

'1.1 t "the devastating fire of the British and an officer, which cost him a I as a consequence the entire industry -'- ----- -_.- the land agents. keep you away; this is. the chance of a lifetime.
!%:Trench; warships which' have thus far fine of $25! and costs. In this case has suffered a reaction in prices. Receivers it is not to give away but a good ''| Frank H. Davis Apopka Fla.I .
taken a prominent part in the battler one of Blount's companions at the are not coming back for a seclond ,,1 bargain. Lakossee on Florida East;
: +"-. Flanders ) time of the arrest was accused of interfering order if the first shipments fail to Coast. Jerry M. Dixon Alger Fla.3tpd" I Il.r 45-3t "
"I",Vhile Flandern have with !, give satisfaction. ))- I POSITION' WANTED-Caretaker for
: 1 the officer but he was I _
I,a1 IHett at a eta datillithe allies on the let off without a fine. Mayor May' 1 The fruit is ripening slowly but if ... FOR SALE-Twelve furni"h..dhou..e i orange: grovp. Apply to W. A. ''

/. '.Center and in the south have, accord- gave the warning though that city officers I weather conditions are favorable the i for rent or sale.room Address .P. Hurrough! KJKBimmee, Fla. 44-2t pd
movement November 1 will
j by be I
: 1ne;'to.'the official communications.I'lnoWonly .
must not bo- interfered with
.; resisted the Germans but when doing their duty and if they are ', quite heavy. The weather at the beginning . O.: Box, 159) St.' Cloud, Fla. ,, WANTED-Saleman and collector, apply ..
I of the week TMADK MARK Ma.T.IlanYour 451tpd. > to Singer Sewing Machine Co.
have made slight gal As. interfered with in future he threatensto I was cool throughout Orlando
;. i., ,There was' a resumption today of fine all offenders to the full extentof the state which had a tendency to Fla. '
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FOR SALK\ ;
color and the fruit. -We have three )
interest in the operations In the the law. I i sweeten good FOR
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SALE--Eight
Woevre, at least in the vicinity of St. Reports regarding the citrus crop Royal young mules well broken, for sale. i:;! in room house, modern J.,
''. M hlel,'.''- here the French offensive isV ---- j have been very flattering as to the Inquire at 1-2 mile east of Conway || beautiful every respect lawn latest decorations \
.;.aid to:have met with fresh successes.A' QUARANTINE WILL size and quality ahd now all that is store' or adress. Wm. V. Lear Or- house garage store ;
and
BE CONTINUED) hennery. Lot 68 by 168 '
needed is cool lapdo, Fla. 45-3t
weather. almost
>dl Patch ..from: .. Athena to the1Uaat During: IEXTR.ORI i Also 21-foot launch for .sale. 104
,< agency says that -fpr\vard Jacksonville, Fla.-The quarantine the entire'season weather con- TaylorHas Cherry street. 40-tf T
1,:'., inarch of the Grecian troops who are on nursery stock from Dade county ditions have been favorable to the I, >INAUV BARGAINS i .

,wing"'to''aaelaU in..the occupationoftkutharn ; .i has been continued and no stock will ,growing. of the crop and the-. trees' In Orange Grove property yielding I WANTED-Florida land. What have -

f's / lbania. proceeded in per move until every possible danger of Tampa.-Tobacco Products big income. Send for detailed de-i you to offer? State location, ',::" ,,tect order but amid great enthusiasm citrus canker hag been wiped out. Co. stock protection Moved, scriptions. Frank II. Davis, ,Apop tlon of land best price and termi.
capital $5,000,1
'If fit the people. Queen Sophie has been Frank Sterling latt' week was appointed ,,to deal in electrical incorporated - ka, Orange County, Florida. 46-tf Will buy large or small tracts, I;
: med an honorary commander of thefJt"Pri'sti head citrus fruit inspector for for treatment apparatus Ou' : cleared or otherwise. Address P. O. .*
; Regiment of the National Guard. Dade' county with control over the bacco products. pf.tobacco .or to.' into bigger quarters. tailoring, ,, FOR' SALE-Fine. tract of good citrus Box'8483,. Station O., Philadelphia, "'i

,.t-. -The Journal publishes a Madrid nursery permits of that county. Mr. Fort Myers.-Iee County Commissioners cleaning and pressing business has and trucking land as follows: Pa. 44-St-pd ,,
.. 'dh p..tchicrt'dited to the Imperial, Sterling declares that he consideredthe will 120-160.40 and two 10-acre tracts
.dt; \manh42--centimetre one of one G ryir entire state exposed, to a measure, loosahatchee construct river secured bridge over permit Ca- grown so rapidly that we were compelled partly improved, some have J 100 I I WANTED, BOARDERS-At the Tre-
cannon their to this disease and that ; bearing located withinone mont House L
I nurKeri..sout..ide from Wkr to lease larger quarters. orange trees corner Bass and Brack '
l"', 'nght' wine In France exploded aR the I of Dade county should be pro- Department. mile of .station on Kissimmee I I Stu. Mrs. Laura Coleman. 43-2tpd
'\0(1, rre ult of an excessive powder charge : hibited from shipping stock into Dad|;j GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" We thank our: many ptroni for Valley railroad, within four miles i

"J;.* and -that the gunners and 250( men I I county as a means of protection to TO CONSTIPATED CHILD. their patronage and are now in a of Fort l Drum, on good road. For ]
ir :were, killed i nur erymen.jrmu's price and terms write R. E. McLaughlin KISSIMMEE.
,...).... better position to serve than ever : PARK.
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{ i : 1 I Delirious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm Fort Drum FI... 4.'i-4t; j A few desirable five and ten acre
i ITHE CHOP UNDERESTIMATE'! : '' lender' little Stomach, liver. I before. (I tracts left in Kissimmee Park subdi ,.

EMDEN SINKS ; Umatilla Fla. -The Packer published I I and bowels. Let us call for that soiled suit now. WANTED-Orders for cypress field ) vision. | '
| October ::1\, an estimate of the Look at the tongue, mother! If boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lumber Beautiful Lake Shore fronts; flowing
'l citrus fruit crop us 1,000 boxes of coat?d, your little one's stomach liver & Furniture Co. 29-tf artesian wells, good frost protection "
( : l RUSSIAN CRUISERiJTbkio. grapefruit and 7,000 boxes of oranges. and bowels, need cleansing at once. OLIVER'S SUITATORIUMAt for fruits and vegetables. Some .
,; I: This is the amount of fruit that will When peevish cross, listless doesn't IIWELLINGS for rent, opply to M tracts improved.Extensive .

f, vti p'i ibe 1|i shipped from Volusia near this sleep eat or. act naturally, or is feverish Tiller improvements all around. R.
', Japan Oct. 30.-The British I I Poi int. The total shipments from I(' stomach .sour breath bad; has the sign of the Tiger FOR RENT OR Easy terms if desired. Four further ..
o .,embassy hears that the German I Imatilla are estimated this year at1 i sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold SALETwostoryetoro For further particulars write; ,,
building on Brack St., North
'",crui e," Emden flying the Japanese I 12fi,000 boxes ax compared to 117,000 give a spoonful: of "California Phone 61. 115 Broadway Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 1 KISSIMMEK:\ : VALLEY LAND Co., -,'
29tfFlorida's
,flag and disguised by the addition of boxes shipped last year. The fruit 1 Syrup of Figs" and in a few hours I t 206 Bay Street, -V ',
f'I!: '.fourth .. poeaeeelon entered Penan*, and trees in the entire section are, all the foul, constipated waste undigested -- Jacksonville Fla.
.British in the Straits in fine shape and crop has started to I food and sour bile gently moves .4FOR
; 'Ik,;''>. Settlements. and fired torpedoes which I move. i' out of its bowels without griping and :

.Il\\" .Bank; the Russian cruiser Jrmtchug - i you have a well, playful child again.Ask' !'I 1 RENT-8-room residence / In
furnished It.
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a destroyer.y Plies cured your druggist for a 50-cent bot-
In t> to 14 nays $15; 5-room $10 6-room '
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a y Emden's entrance into tie of "California Syrup of Figs," > $9. E E. Wells real! .t "
y ] Your dvuggUt will refund money If PAZO Surpassing estate and insurance ,
'waf.irs of Penang was audaciouj. th..1 OINTMKNT lathe to cure, any c..* of which contains full directions for ba- 'o- 202 Broadway.
i canae In under the guns of the Bllml.BlrrdlnKor Prolnidlo Pllutn 6to rtchlalf'j: ( bios, children of all ages and for. I ;,
$+ i :land after sinking the cruiser and the The' firm application, give.! Ease-and R I growups.SCHNARR'S : Grapefruit FOR SALE--New six-room bungalow. 'i i .

;'.desfroyer escaped through the Strait i i I Water, bath electric lights, walla

f; of Ialac'a. The fate of th?. crew on I Is I decorated in tiffany. Best shaded <;
4 "board the Jemtehuar is not ).t known i I Supreme f lot in Kissimmee. Must be seen

B 7'tIi: *\ ''L ne1'4l. to thesjielllloerenttnationesareitaking !I Insecticide SPRAY Plant to 104 be appreciated. Lot a 76 by150. I

: \ refuge i hit.KIM Rrmove* Whltedy. Larvae, 8oal. RucI'Mltc and Red Spider that are Freely of the Best Late Varieties I Cherry St. 40-tf I.I I."
ooty mold andnmvrtm\ .
;" ;:.mt Colombo, Ceylon. j Afftnll for. Bran and Niagara Power Sprayer healthy and treea and bright roll Each I CABBAGE PLANTS.
j. ./; .' I I Slate ...nt. for Niagara Brand Soluble Sulphur.J. Hand Pump. Also year adds to the supremacy of Florida's surpassing FOR SALE-Strong, cab )'
:T t Tho Russian cruiser Jemtchug was I I .<'H*"RR COMPANY OHUANDO' FLORIDA. grapefruit in the markets of the North. With the proceeding bage plants grown on healthy high pine

;;r..l"'a'bost of about 3,100 tons and wall 1I..rr.. I.tld" Will N.. I.,... tkkral. \V.'le8r' ; F...... education of the American public as to the uses and merits of land in lots of from 100 to 1,000. t#
laid down In 1902. Her main battery I citrus fruits. Florida M. D.
i fix 4.7-lnch and shehad' : !. grapefruit will become more and more Casler, corner Bermuda avenue
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.a'\")t')!'''She.:consisted carried a, speed a crew-of twenty-four of 334 guns men. knots After. ( TAMPA STOMACH SUFFRER. GAINS popular.make no mistake The grower in planting whose freely land is of adapted the best to varieties grapefruit-especially can 44-2t and Oak Street: Box 115. .I/ 41'' '

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,the.battle of the Sea of Japan dur- : of the late kinds. FOR SALE-On paved street ,
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Russian-Japanese war in
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WEIGHT concrete walk in front, one-half '\ l
i ;,:....,.At190j,, )ii'.the' Jemtehug was Interned atManila. AFTER WONDERFUL REMEDYAlex --...-- Get the New Buckeye block. No. 704 Brack St., four-room
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cottage,, city water in yard 39 '.
*:'***' tt : Th'r.e"mR.n. cruiser Emden, after (;. Defeat 1. Thousands have taken Mayr's Nurseries Catalog I bearing: orange and grapefruit ;
Indian
itier' erolo'ts in the ocean .r.e I>"spep.ia After Wonderful Stomach trees, also few peach trees and a '
Remedy with JuSt
.he sank, score. Suffering Stomach
', ;rourd Ind'a. where ; a Ills for Yrara. good
such garden
wonderful results It is spot. A. E. Osgood
knownall This attractive book tells all about
:'or' of British steamers appar the culture
more the Plant City. Fla.
Alex George over 41-6t
of 404 country because of
its
f :,-4"t"; ., ntly h'ts shifted her scene: of opera-vi- Tampa Fla., after Hampton of suffering avenue merit. fruit as well as oranges and other citrus fruits. It descries ...
the
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glom mowi.to the Settlements. On with iiMigeution and other May?. Wonderful Stomach Remedy the leading kinds-several of them the introductions of Buck- STOCK FARM. '

tL 4 reintty of the Straits reported as having stomach ills took a doafe' of Mayr's clear the digestive tract of mucojd eye Nurseries. Whether you are an experienced grower or a 120 acres Peghorn Junction muck "
\ i,' ;'! 'I'o..aday.abe Wes Wonderful Stomach Remedy accretfonssind<< removes poisonous land cleared fenced, ditched house' ;
steamer j "just to in citrus culture this will
ner new beginner catalog help
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Jarrash* P" you. and
sunk barn.
. f. a try it." matter. rtTUringrs swift relief to eufferer Suitable for sugar cane,
,I f a::.:' t! bound. for'.81. Ingapora-10't. : He got swift relief and in a short /roar Stomach Her and bowel The most successful grove practice is fully explained In cow peas and rice hay. Desirable location Y
1<1" I r' 1 time found himself gaining in weight. troubles. Many insist it haa saved this book. While the catalog represent an enormous outlay for fattening cattle. $8,000.' :;

.: O'! o t OOO tO" 1 In a letter he wrote -- them from dangerous operation and on their.part.Buckeye Nurseries will be glad to send a copy SSL Acre"'at ,'Southport. a

.. J y116MOCK-AT.ee 0 I I "I '.took your"'sample'treatmltllt afker many arc sure Jt has saved their live. free to any person intending ''to plant citrus fruit trees. If Choice orange and muck land one -

:..:; .; .,:0 : .' suffering for. years. with/various We want aU people who have chron you want one write for it today>before the edition is exhausted.Suckege'Nurserieis mile frnntag on canal'one-haltmtle. I
::4' (. "" .OKeoia.i stomach troubles, pains and .heaviness Ie'atom ch trouble or. constipation no f o. south of Lee' ror 15000.
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,fl:.OyCo: cif be&dcf eel It his dalrl.. ..j softer eating ga en the stomach sour matter how,long standing to try one < 'NELSON ,REALTY. CO. ;;
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., 4 stomach, and all'the t forma of dys doae of Mayr's, Wonderful Stomach :1:' ,
,...JtI' to tile' pads 1l.xtT..day, and 4 j pepla.' The' first treatment relieved Remedy- n. dose will,convince you. .: ', .106'1', t . that' Wdldbt ..", f How :To .aft t QsdsUa.
:' . b4t1,. th., .fea.ocratk. po.bf! ..I Ime and I sent for three bottles more, This Is the medicine so many of our ", ? >- .* 3 .TamiMLFlav/; ..:a... k .a4sh.s. s's'
.O ....... ..I !e. ,yol,..,. ('t I..... .,. ( Now I feel so free-from tnr.old/ com. people.hare. been taking- .with surprising ".' J ".l ..,,;.,' 5uQWir. 4i. _..... .loose
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,.' 1< . .e.Uo .-.tI..Ut.U U- Q I j plaints 1 hardly know,how ,tej express result*., TO"most"thorough -. nat Ilhelarr w ... is Qe1at L, '
'.,' . . my 'gratitude., It, caD cat atiytbing I, system et..naar") we have ever sold. R"1I' 1 . as ..... rrb....... ... .
"ara"l'' ejJ.r y'' wa.u 'and' hav ''gained flesh and Mayr's' Wonderful' Stomach ,. ; .... --..-1
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now cold here J. Z. .. "
'from'ifay'atret.t tafl strength rl br ,Roberaon and .nt 1 M oar k'po.e.
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DIES IN NE'JERSEY 'RECEIPT'OF.J"If'K .

f, Friends- this 'city';regret.1"to'learn Cat '
'of the death of Mrs,:H. E.'pverrtreeVat'a etttr acknowledge*
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- ."' .' T.mpa..llt'b1' Mr..Gilbert,Free_
," operation and a long illness. .
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-r'; i ... ;Alma Bass of thia city'and resided We are..also In receipt of a U4at ... '
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11; ss-.lMME w with thefamilyotaohnM.00mau7'yeas: ." .foiy.tha. .--. .. fait 'to'\>1t..hth1.Ja..u-: -

;; Siftce.1 i 'marriag*..she oaz--P1rida"Noaember 10-U-lX-lS-
: hat lived: in Miami II where ,Mr?,Qv.rbusiness. -, 14. for which w. are indebted ;to,Mr. c
"V .t.......'.'*-. She was the Thomas Z. Atkesoa, manager;'of the
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\4oI'J'ASSi/K. iD lifer'I dt d b.f. 1reari, ':'. J'fI".;" tfQg ELECTING: WHITMAN 'CQV.LOSTU.j'hr JiMoeKismtKjddjeET; ; : COUNCILMANI : HOME GROWERS'
j AJORITY PROGRESSIVES
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on. In fl6e diet before It I.1Sne TO'fj1EIR'SEATS.: : I************ :
d-b.toroit \Mr aeonselouMeas. r - I M.. RIVERSRESIGNS : TD HANDLE

If" \One Jn CSweeplny republican jams :throughout the country, .. ,
>et.JWJJI5yTirc1ima: g la this state by overwhejininf -victory'of Chsries'iLW&tMm "

'.I :l for .yenOr.a. ,, James, W.. Wadswortk ,to succeed Efihn Root. : '.' s I

*' lI}f4a tile United Sbtea senate were indicated {a Hie return of the elections:, ; ALL FRUIT

. y" Heavy falling off'ofthe progressive'vote:: in"'ma y states, .the return tee ,. ,

'< .|ret. of former'Speaker Joseph'G., Cannon; decisive: repnblieaa'tains' In- ?) : :

New :Y:.rk aad Illinois la the house membership and the 'o e helm a, defeat. W.. A.. Joiner,:,Also Resigns Ran I To Organize Entire'Citrus "

of Representative A. Mitchell Palmer by Senator.Boise f cnrose ia Pcnasyhruia ,

i were. fe bjre.of the. returns. ;. ' , .._ i' .', n__ '-'-. -.__ !' As :Fire 'Chief' BTU .;
Democratic! "leaders, however'were; rSS. . ; : ,
t- 'pleased by a triumph in Massachusetts . \ 9'
,{. 1 where .t01' 1et''Representative Samuel DEMOCRATSCARRY 'CITY, COUNCIL 'APPOINTS' R. 'F. THIRTY-FIVE GROWERS DISCUSS i
.r W./McCll wa defeated\ for the .govWneshla FAIRMAN'' jEW FIRE CIIIEFa WAYS AND MEANS OF DOING ;
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J of Governor Walsh. : CALLS ON CITY' MARSHAL TO AWAY 'WITH FRUIT' CONSIGNi y
The decrease of the progressive REPORT.,SANITARY :.MATTERS. 'MENTS-MEET SATURDAYS ; "
another..t kJnl'.election feature. ;
i.was '
:OSCEOLADESPITE '
i The actual, congressional ,district ,returns -' lr; t At meetingof the .dty.'eouncif At, a largt'attended meeting' '

1 showed! the''republicans' gained _, 1 S I Wpdnesday night the reclamation .of Wednesday morning In the city hall' ','
'.aixty-tou'"-bou.. ..ata.,Tbl. would,reduce "' ", .; .. + Dr.. T. M. Rivers 'councilman,, and the citrus growers of Osceola,,county.,
m the present democratic, majority. FACT-THAT::A 'REPU ; iW, A.-Joiner'a.chief';' of the city's started a movement which has for its ; :
' from'.Hi to twenty-three.' ,' LICANr TICK EE.WAS IN FIELD 1 volunteer- department -..re'' tendered purpose. an entire change in the pre1',,.
b .". -" ''t.t tM'ASS' ' :DEMOCRA'S CARRIED ,COtlgl.TY I to the council with request for sent method .marketing fruit. '

: ,,, BY, USUAL MAJORITY, ., immediate action., Dr.' Hirer gavea .. : If'the plans of this new organiza '
his ,
Aj'NSts/ L reason for resigning the stress tJonputlnto,: effect 1''trllI mean,
,.: The general election which Was held 1 of.- private business. and ,-)11'.. Joiner that all commission men Will come to '
(In Klsslmmee and Osceola county last who accepted the chteftan.hip of,the the crowen,'..Ieet their fruit and pay *,'I.'
DEMOCRATIC'GOV RNORBoston Tuesday wa quiet affair 'from- fire department a few months.jago, cash before the product can be mov. (:
; 'political standpoint caused little only on condition that he; be relieved ed. This may appear impracticable toIIOme' ]
> --i ".i .'-: t excitement, Th* .primary ejection' ,1 when the' company was thoroughly organized but. the Idea 'in back of the, :' "
M.-'TJ: oul'h the republl- June eliminated candidate:and, .set; 111 stated in his communication movement I* .to, organ\se\ the entire1 :.v
-i' cans glued' control of the Massachusetts. tied. the contesting aspect., ',' : ? : that his work had been accomplished. citrus belt IniG,. tight union, which ,v* i
s delegation q:in congress Governor .. The fact that1 republican;'ticket {Both resignations were v accepted and would place the control of the. ,market! '
Walsh l democrat wa reelectedby ."was in'the field dldn't-appearXo' : : upon the recommendation; of ",)fr. into the growers' hands: : w''The
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10,000 majority. .The republican the voter and the"democrats' rolled 'k Joiner, R. D.: (Fairman!' was "appointed .flooding ff the markets the" ,,
: got control of the state legislature.' up'their regular majority.' ,St.< Clou was the only precinct in the state that to wait, until, the next, meeting/ palatable fruit was severely condemn., .r ,
went .republican, 'but i'the balance of I to elect councilman to' fill out Dr. ed and taM new,exchange propose'to. '.
\WOMAN'S' ; :SUFFRAGE f the count Was .' solidly .:democratic, ,Rivera' unexplrecl.teint., adopt 'some law to regulate this im ,"
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which overwhelmingly elected the full r Civic League Request- portant matter. The exchange will' ,.I
ticket ,. In Kissimmee proper.-'the: .t The Civic league,. In a communica.tionto also try to.have .the next legislature ,:
; \, rWINS'.IN'MONTANA vote wa*' unusually light. In precinct. ; the council; called attention to adopt law standardizing the Ue of. : '
No.-l, 302.votes -were cast:, ,c 1" the growth of weeds at Roaehill 'cemetery all.Held boxes used in the grove' .
---.:..,. TJ Next M'Ond.y"mornltla'" the canvas-1. and suggested that as a means Lawsoa Give Reasons. ,
: IU.-Woman'i suffrage bur board will canvass, the'vote and t( of having I the -cemetery, kept In better Afteq(' the meeting was ,, 'won in Montanibut Was defeated In then the complete return from'all i condition] a''plot of ground be aet den H. ',N.. Bratton was elected tem, v f
i.\..= fies'ourf.(" _Ohio,;North Dakota,,SouthnSllLfS precincts will be tabulated and printed' , i aside by.the council"on which to build penny 'cha rman' and B., E, Evans'
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y' 'DalcotY"IC1 6rabkg d'l'N.vad .,theCa sett*.Wut*'TT" Way tirl A 5t ia< home for a caretaker. ,,'who' would temporary. secretary. '.". VI1L, ; Lawson! <
,r few -scattered 4 I fevHhere* at'allt tlww.... and'could
' : ; J''' :Following are .a returns give w.at.lwn.ealled uporut sUtevthe Mwr.J.:< ,
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,..., ": 'in the First precinct _, " 5S .r ( more attention to caring for the burial pose, of the meeting and to explain '"
'r ; For'representative; ''in ,'congress' W. I In grounds: Method,were suggested by. some of the reason why the organisation 1 ,
413E At J.; ,Sears received 264 .v tefl.: "He,had I I which ,the home .could be built, with ;should be' formed.. Mr.Lawson; ,
no opposition ". ,.,'L" ... -. ; i out, great additional, expense, std;;" said that the present system of consigning -
: ( For" member house/ .'refftf sentatlves .ALBERT AND'RICHARD IWGERO., .. j After"dbeuasion. the.,''matter was referred fruit wa very unsatisfactory.
c SQAY'S'ELECTION A $; .N. C. Bryan democrat, Jfbt,254; 'Ate."tour. ind "nVe'yearaT Children of Mi.'Nellie,Rogero.ONE to the,chairman of the cemetery ' that;the' '&'tOwer; never knew what be'j
F: F.'H. Pope republican.. : 'committee with :instructions, to was ',going to .. .for"his,fruit, :. :, j.
New' York;' N.Nov.:6-Late.t: For'eounty. assessor ,of .taxes '.WrL; investigate; and report' at the next that too .commissions. ,..had to bepaid. ;
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. Barber receiv4d.25vote.! and his/re- I meeting.; S on .U cone! ? Law-,
.returns from the election 'Indicate .
that the democratic the publican opponent M. II; Porter,:22. ..., HUNDRED DELEfiATES '. Deck Repaired. son .aid tu ...
majority
: 'tax collector' C. L..Bandy.263 JudeKribbl ,
For '
house of representative for the Sixty 1 I chairman of the"tr.et .retallertj i.
fourth congress will be reduced to votes: A.;M.'Doughty, 10. : -H committee, 'reported the repair and in this way i .: .E, .'
twenty-tbr The probable ':democratic ; For county treasurer S. L., Lupfer. ; of the city dock aince the last meet- the quantity and :. _. ; "
,; maJ rity, in"the.senate,'will befourtee .g74} J..}L.DeOraw, 9. 'AtrEND n C CONVENTION'The ;Ing. When work was begun on the, Hee urged that'it, ?was; necessary'for.r.' 1
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,..,VOemocrSita', ''y ,., From all report the vote"over't.he.entire ; dock it was found to, be in much every grower to join the organisationbecause ; '. ;.. .

., ; have' elected 226' members county was unusually light. Thetepublican. ) . ,. : 11' .. ..' worse condition than supposed and in I only in this "way con the growers 'jl t
,VOQl at St. Cloud precinct >> republicans 1S2 progressives>> ten -- 1 1r olutely J safe: a 'control the marketing : of their ,i ;!
.and socialist* on'f 7, .. "'1 i I No.; 4,,was considerably tighter.than V nineteenth innual'convention of today when-'1hial 'reports"of commit-: great deal of work hat been done. ,It fruit and secure each f. o. b.. for it.,,
With this the democratic v leaden' anticipated and,t' democratic- voters' the Florida ,division ..United Daughters .1 r tee will be> made; the constitution'- :l lis: considered how-as.-good,asa,,new Mr. J.' F.'O'Berry.told'of.nJr' exporience. -. '",1. Y
-professed themselves satisfied ..deIarinl" were equally la;/ n going to the polls. of 'Confederacy, has been in i vised and election of officer held. Reports one. f. with former-.fruit exchange; '',t,
: i',',...- the-,greatest'majority'i"ever ? ,. "Of; the precinct heard from, precinct / session in Kissimmee' all this -week{, ,, of chapten 'and.4tate officer j I No Report trom'Narshal.. and e.Ued.attention to the oversized s 3
returned l>y any party in-n off No., 10 cast \votes-all\, denvoeratic >, with delegates from some thirtY'ltatechapten >have already been'made., I' The council'discus.ed the fact'tbatthe field boxes new in'use.. ., | e'suggesby' y.
year,following a tariff revision.'riThe: I: ; precinct No"'5; le"enYote.. ,; in attendance at its meetings. President' Report.Of : city marshal had not been turning ed that the new organixaMfAl have,the J : .
democrat.also'.asserted the< returns democratic; and precinct No.- 3 had 'a'' This delegation Includes more than a these the report .of the stats In his report regularly of late xepresentative to introduce' a.. 1"M
.showed the progressive party i had di-; ;,total vote. of thirty-two, democratic. 1 Hundred. prominent women ,from all president probably6ives( the most and that as city tax collector also, he bill In the next lel1ll.tu which will ." t
h4 peared,' and that therefore the democratic' 'I part* of the"state and local hostesses complete summary-of. the year's work. had neglected: t*' collect' last yea?. regulate and standardize the 'else o* .
victory was'a triumph.over. a' have vied with each other in giving 1 In if i Sister Carlotta reported the efforts personal tax executions 'The council field
-rVunlted republican party.. THE UNWRITTEN LAW i them a royal good time. made by the organisation to get. voted to Instruct the marshal to collect O' erry said that he opposed the shipping -'.....:.:.....,.... .
How New York Went. :, ",' .State officers attendance are: Continued on Page'Seven.) these taxes ...>.arly as. possibleand of green fruit and h* suggested'' ." '
'" York Aem\crests,20 repub- Sister Esther Carlotta, St..Augustine, to request- him to make his reports that the organization adopt law Imposing r
New ; y .. ...... /
t V leans, 21; progressions, 1;; socialists,: MRS, M'GOWAN'S' : PlfPensaiola '.president; 'Mrs. H. H. McCreary, :. '. O.UJ: regularly each.month in future. penalty upon 'anyone" shipping :-; 7
I .1, Republicans- gain Xwelve ,ln the t\ ""* GaineavUle. 11 rat "Vice-president; Mrs. GROWERS' ASSOCIATION- <, A* a matter' of-fact it ia a Latherserious fruit or'before November; 1
"First, Ninth, Tenth,-EWenth; Twen- : Fla.,< Nov.. 6T"eJ aun- ]W; M.,Ferguson, Dade City, second "' MEETS SATURDAY "4 matter to the public,mind that of each year., -. : '*' :tN ;
itietHTwentyjAVh. nty-seventh, law,1 the vice-president: ; 'Mrs. W. F. Gwynne,i *- \< the marshal hat made no sanitary report "- Other, growers''who expressed their;
j.written was among principal Fort Myers recording Mrs. to the city for six or eight Ideas were-J. S.Bronson, B.. C. ''
.JTwentfiflbl Tlitty-tuIrd, Thirty advanced the defense In the ; secretary; ..4 ... 4 .
tmfaJSff nd Fortieth, Soelfthv -'t f pleas trial in by irt court here R.; R. ,Jarvis. :.St. Augustine, corresponding .'. A meeting of the Osceola Fruit.4, months and that there is no official Mr; Reeves C; Vail'and County MU1ei" . ,
circuit "
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; progress McGowan secretary; Mrs', C. W. Max.. O and Truck, Growers' association' record* to condition. in this depart I Agent B. Evans ,,
.; .ts'galn in the enta, 0; prod. yesterday a'trained of Mrs of: Florence Mobile. .chargewtth well, Jacksonville, treasurer; Mrs. S. will be held. in the city hall mKissimmee' '. ment. Besides,. in many Inetance"I'' May Fuse With' Growers. )..i.
Carolina De f nurse
orth : v S. have idea Mr. Evans and Mr.
;Moore Tampa, registrar; and' Mrs;, 0 citizens no to O'BefIY.p os
/ republican, one, x. .">. having Murdered J. Leon Brown, Saturday mornlnPI": collection are ed.the eommltte .
ly rata FW tof city. ,>Harry- Mickler'Brooksville, : recorder. November 7, at 9:30: toy due because not meeting as a a
thii
Dakota ; twenty-one-years-old .
North : The convention opened Tuesday made systematically or regularly;: the Osceola County Fruit and.
4> members are urged to be +
Mr- McGowan shot and kiUedBrownabout present
J 8; u ,association' and
publicans ate, Tep'u Means, : two months in the j courthouse evening -at7:30o'clock. in the courthouse < as business of importance Will Nuisance at Depot. Growers' extended an
0 o:, ago with of welcome _,Another matter of discussion was invitation to the.w organissMbUrto-;
a
._ gain tn First, Fourth, tried- program arranged come before the meeting: <
in'which she is nw being .. ,
the Will . that the traveling public and trainmen affiliate with.tMs' asaoei.dbD.Aa:
1Y'd iimed onPage SIL) 'She accused Brown of undue intimacy by Bryan Its : ". 0 a'
final business'seslaons; are bung held .., OO.'O.O'ot.t.e.t.t te.J have commented on the, fact that most of the citrus growers sjtso grow '
with her'fifteen-year-old daughter.- draymen hotel porter and other dc-. truck the' two organizations; in 'all ,
l K.\Vitnes[ .. for the.. state testified '
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&Urday.\
the .taUonpl.tform' will be fused :
visitor monopolise probability
n that,she had wade ,.threats against J ; put crowd I, 'The chair :'appointed the< ,following ?' # T
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' r e,Brown'. life. '.Mr.. McGowan e" the ,A rfLay- Up Day" For .Kis inmee. close to trains frequently that pasesngers'' ,I as-a committee on ,constitution'/ and i ,
flielargest si; .tand.declared.that from the moment ., '
w not get off without .'ea"'j by-law! B. C. .H. Lawson' : ,
( >/ j she met Brown >tn.th. courtroom'and Miami i.- going have ,' this I railroad property'it..will ,Jk'' F., O'Berry,".Hillerot ronson .and_ C.' ;:)(+ ,'.
'some to a Day., .. W" \
for> time afterward her memory : "Pay-Up -j /;,\ neeelllary.fo1' the cityto:: act'In. eo..- ,Vail. \ ? . I..
I became a blank, and that she remembered \ ;..Why should DOt' ve".towa in' the .tate'havelaua. "a day 7. with the railroad if anything t 'Th.' citrus1grower..*S'then."" ,'decided'ia- ,-

dYise i. 4t I I .nothing.. of,,the killing.. >, ,, , 'Whyshoulda't.Kissimmee[ enjoy, the benefits*of. ,'a, ."Pay-Up Day)" Is unction to be'done'''; but it Is.,understood that they would meet" with the.truck'; '" ;-

: : BOARD- HEALTH MANHBRE -"' "" -: : ""A' If, everybody,that could would pay" their bills, no more money, would, hat the railroad approve of some retriction -. growers at their-regular meeting to- j v

., 'J. }\ ; ,AFTER STATISTICS bet::required in', foIlo ving' out the; "Pay-Up idea; i for 'the same; money' in i of this nuisance.Therefore: morrow ((Saturday.), at 9:30 o'clock. In, {<
: J t.heeoundlJ' will take the matter.'up the city hall, and It ywill then he determined -,
i i : ". 'Voorhees Jacksonville. rwhbIs1 circulation'would: payoff ..ni.n r.of ,bills:and:make 'things a.ierilori wK-ther'-the two organlzaUons .
Jithis-j issue v: Wv of with 'thesrallro.d'looking: to an arrangement ;
: ; *. 'statistician of the tae board of' everyone.. j. .. . :''' < ,I by,which these people will can pool theiir.interesM." 'All eit.' -
:- ;, .. .;. health, was ,ln the city Tuesday. on l' ,One "delinquent with $..00 cash'canesu;a''greet\ deal of trouble and r only be allowed to-enter-a-certain, rue growers in the county.. are" urged. ;' '

: business connected with his office. Mr. many sleepless 'nights for*a 'numbei.ofpwple'by; failing to pay hi..'bills area to solicit trade.-- .' ", *, 1 to;attend e'meetJal'; ". .-.' ..,44Y
a 1 THEISCHEfcSTuVEadvertiser; : Voorhees. expressed ..regretthat'the: which: i .A.II; Pay.forIII rseV> I. Yf
)'will permit the his that
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to' Jbill'and man
next to "
..,., ,.. .... "- .law, requiring.,,registration off births ,, man pay.; ' "next 'pay.I ''John Bronson-.who': had 'ax ',hersekilled' +
and 'dath'eert catee -were noC'''more 'L".b'IJ', and 10'-on!round., the.circle. . .1 'i; ? Hallowe'en: night, , supposedly JUDCE' !:PAWEH( 'T8.JI. .
Gab 'Eir.t".p 'i/'mention':, rigidly, enforced 'and. pointed out the ,That $100 saigkt. DqsJdat*;a *.Us.i bina.et'in'.etk.. ,.wkich.etasrot I by a special deputized city officer ap.
.."'tbe' largest n'! importance Vof keeping arculatu;,account " lust: ..... ... paid If sseaey .......... islle, ... {a Wdia,.' I. '. '', :rpeared before thecouncil: and asked :: ; 1
44 ,of these statisticsi, .W < for the horse.. ,As It has not keen I FOI' ; ;SWtHNTEHOEHT
shouldbe
this u >' ''Thei"adyeruM-. .'\ ;. ; -' : 'jTh. for..it seems ressoqable that .th. money,' kept in l hid iif definitely pay determined how::far,.youngBronson' .;

h Pa.re' TWO.. WAND; HALF. cENTs .J. .. put in'circulation: : There is.no, food 1'UlOa'wh.it'bo\dd not',.circulsU, and his' companions were ';
'meant ap|.>era. ",on ) '/ RAISE ON)1ILK t;Certainly.''industrial,'condition'; never'appeared brighter.Opportunities for tranigresslng.the law or whether or ,tit"'i.' understood thai I the county. S r: ,{'..,
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; afsfand profitable never were'better. Our '' dodMiag'over it-was the shot fired the officer "democratic/committee-: to call.: It!
I ''f.1:*. 12 t'It : ,6ntomrs/Hof; the Kiss:met dairy investment ,exports :.are1.. not hoJ'Mthe--cound1':by ' primary'sometime-aboist the middle,
i killed
r that
'.. ". were notified several day ago thai; pa whathcy.wcra.year.aga; ; .. -rrtus'auuring-'good prices'-for home.produ of December .supply.the vacancymade '"
-- .' and :after' November.: .the price of r.,.;:Protperiry'looms' bi*> :' '. appointed Kribbs committee Roma Thomas'and''Judge to Investigate the ,;:by/the:resignation-of 'W.ivJOgfcar l {i

# 1 "' ,\ miHr would,'be '121-2 cent, a?Cl'J&rt.' t'IIf.So"Jet" !:* "afcree,: amongourselves1 to have i''ay-Up_ Day.: *'' ,'? matter further; also' to- ascertain the. ; as school superintsn4snt. to Uhs---;'oI'O'1: { it

\Sq { .NIIICIwDl. .." 10 Heretofore'"milk cents'a'quart"ha bat* been wlth'lnen&IM selling for .t.. ,y Whyiof'haveit] December. .Ist. ; ; j , ;,\ value of the horse,and report at- net. effect February 1, Hll....whea. ho w_ ;'1.\ ...
take 1I'hIa disUe r
: will neW<. a* tssmtsssfi 4.
doubtless
"r'1' .' e prices*' of gralnf,and other"f eeditwfTsmilk'dealers ; %,,M">wi:oil agreeto'pay' bill Pa'December .1 1st,'lt..O mean the .big- meeting." The'eity. pay man. .' -**, "f'-* .0*1. .
:Tbe. \.... eadW' ;; explain ,that.' they.are .rest and:most,prosperous holiday month' that Cssimmee has ever enjoyed.; part of the '-pries''asked for' the horseanyway ' Judge> Georjse*J'' Parser has notttesl j
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'Call aII1o" ._...._. largest'tlt.WN compelled) : to ralsxth'. price of. *'11k1, < 1 ti ...'.-; :JI.Will meaa that'everybody' will. haw' money to.*.Pend- cause!..." . x. ...*; 7 the Gazette that he' will W m.1' the""
S- .*' *, i" \ ,' ri i i. ,.' ."*',' ody'hirtecaved'what'is wbo'lu.'be.a'fn< ...a-eandidate.Jssta ,
: : - : due htai or ,*. and everybody will be. in a,finan-. Miss'Verna Holt,. : rete' **rperinr
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'bees. .
d..rti- ,. -; .. Clearwater ranchhd J.:...,. tioaN1': ;:. ..| ', Oirittanss Dr., Masters'. sanitarium at -Newport tendency.:'";His 'fonaal l' nnouneomentwitt
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I .I .I"1"! 'WJSU.. VUO HAVE 11|J I I\\J&&m i\..... fr.a....I...... aseaaaBe..........._. going. But all these stories kept Nor. dred '" coolly.. a drug store and Jim loitei|
J L 1 TO DO 'S ASK TMH UX J .(>'* b* addressed a asyalerleaa aa *'eir.C Klereaee ton> In town; and it, would be altogether "Precisely. We do not wish you ill, till he reappeared. Greg
1 1O' QVCSTIONt AND, VwrjlliA.NSXT' I c aBala laced freas her h<. ..d lake.t too risky to attempt to handle I Mr. Norton." with brisker steps' now. I(
-: ''! TIIf B' I a" .. aea.. T....... N.....'. darlaaaad him but 1 "To be !" "What intention to I lead Norton
IIMotE;. IDOWN .. ; aklll. aa .. av later abe ..*.....*.. ahjwhere outside the town. sure, no Ironically. -
'I .. ... . .' *lLhth4- 1 Tan- l aad .I.,.. .. her ..... ',. time ,. So Gregg had to abide his time. with falling safes, poisoned cigarettes goose chase for an hour r
i ; ;.-::' ... _\.;. company It ha* been 1'.0'1tb. Ii .....r..t .. aaeat ef the Blarh. II... 'It came soon enough. and so forth I can readily see that enough to give, Bralne til>
to .
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story* possible In thin not paper.only but also to dyed.Tbrs.uah Norton was idling at'J.is desk when you have my welfare at heart What range a welcome at anothi
i ... It each week at the Qraxiton i ii Klareaire treachery la la delivered tbe llarareaTebeaaeheld late the city editor called him up to the I puzzled me- was the suddenness with Norton kept perhaps ha

Casino. For the solution of thin the heart ef aa u........1.... diM-t..r. wicket. 1 which these affectionate signs ceased." in the rear of his man all
_ _ _ mystery story (10,000 will b. I who I. I. the pay .. the Black II..- "Gen. Henderson has just returnedto '"You're a man of heart," said But for this caution he wo I
."'en. ii dred. Kroat ,.. faithful ".... Nortoalearaa '
.' CONDITIONS OOVKRNIN'J THE that the deeter baa deelaredthat America. Get his opinion on the :I Braine with genuine admiration. witnessed a little pantominl
CONTEST.The V..r.... I* .,rI...... with *.>allpaa latest: Balkan rumpus. He's out at his "These affectionate signs, as you calli would have put him wholly u|
prim* cf 110.000 will be won I. : a." that be I. .......r... te aplrlf.ber suburban home. Here's the address." i them, ceased because for the time being guard. Turning a corner Gre

by writes the the man most woman acceptable or child solution who ..,..F.with lly the...tI.aid. e quickly( "....the. ..reporter ..- "How long will you hold open for i you ceased to be a menace. You but bumped into the countes /

of the mystery from which I ....." ,. estrleallasr. She :J....: ...... I me ?" asked Norton meaning how ,I have become that once more, and here was quick enough to place a finge?
tli.. Jail two reels of motion picture 1 I from the ........ after .. enenuaterwith I long would the city editor wait for the you are!" his lipe and motion his head towar?
drama will' bn mart and the II I member of the ..... story. I "And what are you going to do with taxicab. Olga hadn't the least ideU BL-
"last of the story I
two
F written by chapters Harold. MaeOrath. CHAPTER XVI "Till one-thirty. You ought to be i me now that you have got me?" who :was coming around the corner -
Solution may be ...nt to the Setting Trapn. for ]Norton.poxs; back by midnight. It's only 8 now." i "There will be two courses." Braine but she hailed the cab and was off ill ('(' .
Tanhouser Film corporation, either I The Black Hundred three "All right. Henderson's approachable. reached into a drawer and drew outa it before Jim swung around the cor of ..
at Chicago or New York anytime HO rate council chambers in I of thick roll of bills. "There are here S .
tup to' midnight. Jan. 14. I pa always may get a good story out The tel _
Th., must bear potofric. mArk preparation. Hence, when ihy one in him." something like $5.000." I rver.Jones, who had followed the countess seek the_ ...It.j"and
4, -. not later than that date This first use was burned down they trnngfer- "Maybe," thought Gregg: who had "Quite a tidy sum; enough for a for over an hour and a half hug lation has become a ..: .
the '''
Week after ' '
\ appearance allows four of the last Him rr- ( red their conferences to the second lost nothing of the conversation.It chap to get married on." laced a doorway. What now '? he won-, and the enactment of a -rul'tJot-- <. .t.
i'; )...... and three week after the l council chamber appointed identically was his opportunity. He Immed- The two men eyed each other stead The countess knew the man.'' Ian it in hoped will help to halt this
I last chapter which I I. published to submit In solutions. thispapar. 1 the name an the first. As inferred iately left the zone of the city desk ily. And in his heart Braine sighed. That was evidence" enough! for the tendency At present farmers
'In
are
.-,&., I the organization owned considerable for a telephone booth. But as he For he saw in this young man's eyes astute butler. Hut what meant the compelled to exceedingly high
I
-i.. A board of three* Judges willrdtrmlna [ wealth and they leased the building passed the line of desks and busy reporters -, incol ruptibility. pantomime and the subsequent hurry tales of interest pay for loans on theiron
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'_S which of the many solu- i in which they had their council cham- he did not note the keen scrutiny -, "It is yours on one condition" said He soon learned. The man Gregg: went other forms of security and the
ftlons rteeHreH I I. the most arccplable. l leaued them for of I' out his foot stealthily the If
4l Thw-Judftrment this hoard ( >erh, a number of a smooth-faced gray-haired Braine reaching hrs way, and then Jim turned propel. ties in (comparison with loans
t_ will be absolute and final. .Noth- : years, and refurnishedthem secretly 'I mann stood a( the side of Norton's toward the'button which would corner. Jones cast a wistful glance] object of the ruiul credits( bill is to \'
Inr of a IIt.ral'.ture will he j with trap floors, doors and panels and 't desk awaiting the reporter's return. summon Samson. at the vanishing: cab of the Russian make available! on good farm \
decision money
,_* I Considered......." any preference'In the In the *el-c-nor all that apparatus so necessary to men I| "Why, Jones," cried the surprised "And that is," interpolated Norton and decided to shadow the shadowerin '- loans anywheie, in the United Statesat i
. ,, lion of the winner' of the 110.000prise. who are sometimes compelled to make Norton. "What are you doing all this ,"that I join the Black Hundred." other words follow the reporter, to a low rate of interest It has been
The last two reel which Ja.qui'k getaway. I way from home" "Or the great beyond my lad," took see that nothing serious befell him.
solution estimated that farm
t will glf to the the mystery most acceptable will be pre- I'' When the Atlantic City attempt i I "Orders," said Jones, smiling faintly -|I up Braine his voice crisp and cold. The lurer finaly paused at a door. in the United States mortgage: loan

: aented In the theater having this wan turned into a fiasco by Norton's as 00' delivered a note to the .re- Norton could not repres shiver opened it with a key. and swung: it two billion, dollars. aggregate over
.,,, _. feature ... soon a* It I I. practical to timely arrival, Braine determined once I porter. i Where had he heard this voice before behind him, very careful, however not Farmers are paying -
The story burr for the' of
annually this
produce same more .to rid himself of this Braine! He stiffened. Jim : use money ;
: apondlns; to these* motion. plcltir' I meddling I "Anything serious to spring the latch. Naturally from ."> ID 2.r .
oolncldentally lie knew too in the "Not that "Murder in cold blood ?" he I found per cent. ,
will appear In the newspapers reporter. much I am aware of. Miss managed was mightily pleased when he ,I
or ss soon after the appearance first place] and in the second place Florence to When Jones II KenefilH Farmer.Ihe .
t I was rather particular. She say."Indefinite the door could he opened
,
r '" of the picture a* prac I 'bill which has been
tical. With the .lat two reel' *.MIIba Braine wanted to learn whether the wanted to be sure tile note reached I' punishment. Choose." I' not\ far behind saw him open the (door i by the committee perfected t-
shown the picture of the win- reporter bore a charmed life or was your hands safely" I "I have chosen." he started to call out a warning, but is intended to sup'I

4't- 'teresttna liar. his or features her home, and It Is other understood In-- I just ordinarily lucky. He would simply "And do you mean to say that you '' "H'm1"' Braine rose and went over thought better of it. If Norton was plement for the t the federal reserve act, which "
was
particular benefit of
that the newspaper so far waylay Norton and make a commonplace came away and left her alone in that to the sideboard for the brandy. "I'm walking into a trap it was far better mcicial com-
., 4, as practical. In printing the last end of Him. He would disappear, I house?" i l going to offer you a drink to show that he, Jones should remain outside\ hanks and commercial need.l. .

-Y. two McQrath.chapter; will of. the also story show by a Harold picture - I this reporter, that would be all; and Again Jones smiled. "I left her', you that personally there are no hard "I of it. If Jim did not appear after a hand l'htrural!, is, for edits i bill. on the other :,
I the l benefit
: of the successful contestant when they found him he might or well guarded, you may be sure of that. I feelings You are in the way After certain length of time, he would start of the farrnv,
t 1 Solutions to the mystery must I might or might not be recognizable. I She will never run away again." He you. our friend, Jones. This brandyis ; an investigation on his own account ers, it is intended to provide facilities .
word long. I
than 100 for the
4 5-.' not H.re ba are more some. question to be So Braine called a conference, and waited for Norton to read the note. i I not poisoned, neither are the glasses. No sooner was Jim in the hallway ,small. long-term: loans with I.'
I., kept In mind In connection fwtth I he and his fellow rouges went overa I I It was nothing more than one of'' Choose either and I'll drink first. We than he was "set upon and ovei po\v yeiulj payments at a low rate J Jof
,- the mystery a* an aid to a solution number of expeniences, and finally I those love orders to come and call at are all desperate men, Norton and ered. They had in this housfr what interest

c'A N.; 1_What brroasea of lar.Mlllleaalrer I agreed that the best thing to do would once And she had made Jones venture we stop at nothing. Your life hangsby II was known as "the punishment room." 'Ihe, lull Die seeks a middle ground bet'n -
.' ;4 I I be to to send a man to the newspaper into town with it! The reporter a hair. Do you know where Har Here traitors paid the reckoning and laclical and conservative

.l, 4? .IAIO0 ye.Wkst.-' b.coea af the I obstenaibly as a reporter looking for a I smiled and put the note away tenderly greave is ?" were never more heard of Into this luriil schools of, thought on the subject of t:

-. N.. 8-.-W.... d... Florrarr situation. With this excuse he wouldbe I And then he caught Jones smiling Norton eyed his liquor thoughtfully room Jim was unceremoniously, .dropped credits The radicals would have 1\
..,q' I able to hang around the city room too. I when Braine found that ho could the government aid directly by thesale .'

,.1 N.. 4-..What. bernaie ..f the 11.5Ma. for three or four days The idea back i "I'm going to marry her, Jones." "I>o you know where the moneyis get no i information from the resolute] of bonds the proceeds to be /'
NObody- -oor.n..ct11 either, directly of this was to waylay Norton on his "That remains to be seen" repliedthe I ?" reoorter. loaned tin fitly by the government to

;t or Indirectly with "The Million' way to some assignment which took butler not unkindly. "I am sorry," said Braine. "I The room did not look sinister, but t the farmers The conservatives would t
S -: Dollar Mystery" wll be considered ,I him to the suburbs "Well anyhow, thanks for bringing :- should] have liked to win over a head for all that It possesed the faculty of (pioMcie' a system of land banks bring- "
a* a contestant. All this Wfill arranged down to the the note. But I've got to disappoint -I like yours." I growing smaller and smaller slowlyor ing the farmer and investor closer 1J

smallest detail I; and a man whom they her tonight. I'm off in a deuce I Norton nonchalantly took out his swiftly as the man above at the togethejhut providing no government -
.TNOPI* OFI'HBVIOUS CHAPTERS were quite certain Norton had not of a hurry to interview Gen. watch, and that bit of bravado per- lever willed. When Jim was apprised, aid.The '
., .".'.7' HarsreaT. .1111...'.... after yet seen was selected to play the son. I'll be out to tea Hender-I I haps saved his life. In the case of of this fact, he ran madly about in I general! control of the rural 1''
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a aalraieiileiia et brllllaat. et'sp.,.,freai.... ......... a at* the part. lie had been a reporter once, can find your way out of this old fire-I his watch he saw a brutal face be- search of some mode of escape, know- credits system is to be placed under .
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*, araauK Blexlc H....... II... ,.. life .( a resrlaiaa j more's the pity. so there was no doubt trap. By-by!" hind him. Without a tremor Nor- ing full well in his heart that lie, general control of the federal reserve '
t... .1..'_. yeara* HararreaTeaJarkf .. ''of. his being able to handle his end of The moment he turned away the I I ton took up his glass. should not find one. board, which controls the banking : ''.
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-. ,_ ... there raters ee asea a Braadwar(.rc t. fare withp I. the game. smile faded from Jones' face, and with "I am sorry oisappoint! you," he Presently the machinery began to and currency system of the coun-
the lKiisTa leader* Bralaie*. "I want Norton, I want him badly the quickness and noiselessness of 'a said; "but I shall neither join you work, and Norton's tongue grew dry I I'I try.. The executive officer of,..the rural -

; After .tha.. .aaeetlaat..........dF dairlaia..........whlekstetthwr tae I, declared Braine, "and woe to you if cat he reached the side of the booth in ,f nor go to by-by." with terror. They had him this time; :' railed credits the system, however) is tb be ,,.
I :e>...... IlanrreaTe berries ,. ale asas- you let booze play in between you and which Gregg believed: himself to be Quick as a bird-shadow above grass there was not the least doubt about I ( farm loan commissio.
.5. ", ahead, Hlverdale ...... cad laya alaaafa the object of this move." secure from eavesdropping. The half !: he flung the brandy over 'hIs shoujderI it. And they had led him there by The loans are to be confined to first .
aaaklaas He writes bla. .....letter..* fre te sa the tbe .arlrla.-...-* The man selected to act the reporter dozen words Jones heard convincedhim I into The face of the man behind. the nose into the bargain. mortgages and first liens on farm '

!akeol try. !. New Jereeywkere elsrateeaiTeal hung his head. Whiskey had been the that Norton was again the objectof I Sampson yelled with pain. Almost at Twenty minutes passed and Jones lands In order to discourage. speculation '
a ....... be ... ssyateHaaaly.left. origin of his fall from honest living, the Black Hundred's attention. lie l the same instant Norton pushed over concluded it was time f6r him to act. ; and inflation of values, the bill
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es Klereaee lbs. eleerate( rey. Be his .F .Tlalte .r. and l he Wall not no calloused as not to had seen the man's face that memorable -I the table upsetting Braine with it. He went forward to try the door. but specifies that loans may be made only

,t t >. > tke kaaaar e f at .::-.r.a:. ( feel the sting of remorse at times. night when the balloon stoppedfor Next he dashed through the curtains, this time it was locked. Jones for the following purposes: To liqui .
Bralae ... ......... .>f kla .... ear. "More," went on Braine, "I want its passenger Before Gregg came I slammed the door, and fled to the ever was not without resource.. how-I date the' prior indebtedness of the f

3 *.... a mm tat4a bey aee a ..n_. a...... ... reef.Tfce the beat, and we'can handle him as we him and forewarn him, but un.' if the truth Is' to be told. found his way into this finally reach-I of the land; to provide for'the' ,
J aafe la feaad eplythe ..au... please.. When we get rid of this news* fortunately tShe reporter was 'nowhere Gen. Henderson's views upon the I Ing the,roof. From tftis he jumped purchase of equipment and livestock,

..."w....... that llarareaTe day ..w..... .T..........-....have... paper ferret. therewill be another ta in flight; latest Balkan muddle were missing to the other. roof, found the scuttle I and to provide for' the purchase of .a '

..me> ..e4l ,.. ".11_. keel bee ...... eliminate. But he's a fox,, .and a, fox. There was left for' Jones nothing from the Blade the following morning. open, and crept down the stairs, flight farm home ". '.
lamed sad draitaed ,. the. .......' at must be set, to trail him." else but to return home I or follow Norton, instead of returning to the after flight, till .the whirr of a motor 1 j Two Kinds of Banks. '
f. 'u.. .... 4"And-wh is that!..* Gregg when he came out. As this general's aad'fulfilling his assignment arrested him.Conspirators. The proposed rural credits 'system

..*i r.......Hrisireaa. arrive 0...from.. n..a.the.,'. slrla'awbewl. eeas- "Jones, Jones Jones! thundered night he knew Florence to be exceptionally like.a dutiful reporter, hurried out to are often overeager, I calls for two branches of the organization ,

_.a... ...... aad .,..... .. ... rela.tlve. Braine. "He's the live wire.: But the I well guarded, both within and fciverdale to acquaint Jones with too. So intent were the rascals upon ; one called national farm loan
Tw" toearaa aelerllTes rail. bat reporter first. Jones depends a lot on without the house, he decided to wait I what had happened. Jones was gladto the business at hand that they did not I associations, to make the loans to the
,,.their..plat....la'felled by IVortoa, aewaaa him. Take away this prop and Jones and follow the spy. see him safe and sound. notice the door open slowly. It did farmers; the other called the federal

By ." a.. the raatala at the Orlrat I will not be so sure of himself. There' When Braine received the message "The new reporter started the I not take the butler more than a moment land bank, to float bonds which will .
....... laya a trap far Bra'.. ..d hi.gs. a man outside all this circle and all be was pleased. Norton's assignment game" he said. "I overheard a word I to realize that. .his friend! and be a safe and profitable investment lIeI -

0..........frlaeraa.....tal. Ol.....a aha alaa easily visits fall.late ,...1 these we-eks of warfare have not serv fitted his purpose like a glove. Before or two while he was_ talking: in the ally/ aB near certain death. With an I i cured by the mortgaged lands by the
: the reaerler'. .a.re. ...... to bring him into the circle." I I"Hanrreave I midnight ho would have Mr. Med- booth. All your telephone booths are ntn he sprang into the room gavevUnuqe : | indorsement and capital of the farm
pr.v.a. abartlve ,........ H......'. .:.1..1 led is dead," said Vroon I j I dung Reporter where he would botherno ramshackle affairs, you use them so' a push which Rent him to join loan s associations by the indorsement

4 ..........cad af the aaly Kollre.After blrellaca. fall late I stolidly: one for Rome time-If he proved constantly. I tried to find you but his victim, and pitched into the other and capital' of the federal land bank,
I "" falllaala their. Mrat attempt ; "As dead an I am," snarled Rraine.. tractable. If not he would never. you were out of sight. Now tellme" two. It was a battle royal while it mid ,hy the double liability of the

(he Hlark. II.. .... trap .'I........ They "Two men went away.ln that balloon; bother any one again. Braine gave what happened." lasted. Jones knocked down one of stockholders of the land bank.
,, '4 ask her far _oavy. bat ... ......... and I'll wager my head that one man his orders tersely. Unless Norton met "Sh (" warned Norton as he spied them yelled to Norton and kicked I' The plan is to organize national
( : agaIn falllaa lavas.Kartaai came back. I am beginning to put a with unforeseen delay, nothing rcrtjld Florence coming down the stairs. the rope he saw down into the pit. farm loan,, associations al lover the
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the aad Beat the day. raaateaa, ..... .rail or..safe tierSSUS at- few things together that I have not prevent his capture. "I thought you couldn't come!" she One end of this rope was attached to I I lountix,: Their function is to lend
.. -aaaa.- The vteltara ka-rlaa Baa.. ".a.. thought of before. Who knows The When Norton arrived at the Hen- cried. "But 10 o'clock!" a ring in the wall. And up this rope money is a specified district. They j
t ........ a _tl... af ._rl.., ..d ir.a .** balloon may have been carried out to derson place a footman informed him "I changed my mind," he replied Norton swarmed after he had disposed are to icceive, barters from the ria-

I*. ..cavity....... ml takes the a Black..... Maadrvd lUr..ed by haraakra sea purposely. The captain on that from the veranda that Gen. Hendersonwas laughing i of Braine. The tide of battle then tional farm loan commissioner. To .
2' C -- .a ... water .....t ... .._.. tramp steamer may have lied from beginning at 49 Elm street for the evening He caught her arm in his and drew i swuni about in favor of the butler, I avoid speculation and undue inflation
:i I. drapplBB lav. bo. late *.. sea to end. I tell you, Hargreave and it would be wise to call there. Jim her toward the library. Jones smiled and shortly the fake reporter and his loans aie" limited to $ 000 to any one.
I%4 'a.11.aaarblBparty.... ._.......*.the which Idea......,...sjlvlaa... I. is alive, and wherever he is has his nodded his thanks and set off in haste after them with that enigmaticalsmile companion were made to join their 1 person, and are not 50 percent

lavllra. Jaars aad Nartaa bath a* hand on all the wires. He has agents, for 49 Elm street. The footman did of his which might have signified I chief. I of the apr.rai ,ed v

,...a.... ... are farlaaately .. haad '(. too, of whom we know nothing about. not enter the house, but hurried down irony or affection. After half an Jones stopped the machinery. He 'i I "property. IS will be

aa Iba e .Klorvaca,raaajtry fraas haaaa betas.. whleh Isaprlaaaedlar aha laIsiresV. Hang the million! I want to put my the steps and slunk off among the ad- hour's chat Florence, quiteaware could not bring himself, to let his<,I. amorll.7oatl.on. pin /" a small 0 ..
hands on Hargreave just to prove thatI jacent shrubbery. His mission was that the two men wished to talk, re enemies die so horribly. Later he i I. ing paid in on /the ,
-, ' ...1....... .... haraebark rldiaB mad am the better man. He communi- over with. tired. knew he would regret this sentiment i every interest p n prlncfpay'. .

p .la..rapfar-rd. ... r..*by.a.......N.aff..,..Bralav'a........asva her.'They cates with Jones, perhaps through the The house in Elm street was At the door Norton told Jones what When the police came summoned principal will lu p. with 110 ti ti'"J .
*- I, are ......... ........,. aad lb.'I reporter; He has had me followed; it Braine's suburban establishment lie had taken place at 49 Elm street. by' some outsider who had heard the I interest payment nd \
.. jisialr ..... their ".,,'e'. escape aaly was he who changed the boxes bored went there occasionally! to hibernate, "Ah! we must not forget that number racket of the conflict there wa no I fifteen, twenty or even ninca* of ) .
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i., ..*,.. faat appraarhlaa .....,.. stub a the hole in the ceiling of the other as it were to grow a new skin when ," mused Jones. "My advice is, one to be found in the pit. Nor was capital of the local adnesa
; .....U.'. quarters and learned Heaven knows close pressed. The caretaker was a keep an eye on this Gregg chap. We there any visible sign of an exit. I will not be less than $10,000v. .
c...,...* Olca. .....as.latlai.... .. break.......th... i what." man rightly called Samson. lie wasa may get somewhere by watchinghim. There was one, however built shares of $25 each. Provision ia maosaj'I"

: asjarastaaseat.a'.....- fmmrwrmmwm.aw aad -...... ia.wit. I "If that's the can," said Vroon bruiser of the' bouncer type.It ." against such an hour and known onlyto I for taking shares by making partial
.. thea* b.f* .. her ......_... aad 'i"why hasn't he had us apprehended" was fast work 'for Braine to get "Do you know where Hargreaveis payments, in accordance with the
S VPr leaa: ta alat la th. rep.rtevs arau.tfl 1 Braine laughed heartily. "Haven't out there. If the man disguised as a the chiefs of the Black Hundred. building-and loan .

:y ;...the rrmr..I.appears..... ._la .the.. ..daarway. a* a result last you been able to see by this time what footman played his cards badly Braine Jones scratched his chin reflectively. And still the golden tinted bank Plies __ f
i (..''''_ "...,.. bark his ..... r ,j his game IsT Revenge. He does not would have all his trouble for noth- I notes reposed tranquilly in their hiding Cured In 6 to 14 Day

Aaaaaspllew...1......Hrala while. aha eveeced la ahapplasT la kldvsiapplsiK I want the police to meddle orjy in the I ing. He disguised himself with that Norton laughed." "I can't get any- place! OINTMENT Your drntdsl fall will. to cure refund, .. money. It palO "'
lie wants to do away infernal cleverness which had long thing out of Itehiasv
Nartaa re- smaller affairs. you. Illtad.llloedi..orProtrudl..PI..1..6tO..4
*_ MUid harry bar mil 4a awa. I (To Be Continued.) dTa
selves. a OTlralaaa later laferaslaui hiss I, with us one .by one; he wants to put since mad. him a terror to the police, "Much less anyone else. I'm grow- fintspplKstlonTS Bass sad >50o>
; I"' that Ih.. rtrl had lap.d .... la. aea terror into the hearts of all of us. who were looking for ten different ing fond of you my boy. You're a ---- 4 in"' (
l ..... ..... drawaed.yiareacf1 ... I Keep this point in your mind when men instead of one. lie knew that man." ------------. --------- -- .,
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.. by a party af ........... The you act. Hell never summon the police -I Norton would understand instantlythat "Thanks; and good-night. .,
....... H........ lora,. bar sad nralae, unless we make a broad daylight he was .not the general; but on When Olga Perigoff called the next C..IEC: P :b.I.tE: : ...
aMnccalavd aa bee. r.'..... mmerttmm I. attempt to get possesion of' nip the other hand he would not know 1 day 'Jones divested himself of his liv- -- N'S'tT'nA.NO: : I / T
with bias :
ra.taklaa...;..*her aets hark... I... sea the heat sad la I daughter And even then he would that he was addressing Braine. ery, donned a plain coat and hat and r 1 ;
S' .--.... by a ablp .. which N."_ haatfmrma <, make It out a plain case of kidnap- So the arch conspirator waited; and I left the house llteal hlly. Today lie Successor to the Dozier .'
the word.! to learn something definite Leitner Agency I ( :
ahaaahalea.Jtmrlmm ,a.1.ly ..... ing. Elimination that's so Norton arrived and was ushered was determined
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_C. .... with a aatd. ,sager Klarearv. -......ataad-1 All right. Well play at that game into the room. A single glance was in regard to this suave handsome PII_. Z3G-3 ;<
** last 4.rlweea. thra .at. 'b. ...1. far ourselves. No. 1 snail be Mr. Norton. enough to satisfy the reporter, alw.yskeen Russian. When she left the D.1da Si ] 1";
? -)- .1 ba _I. la .wrecked aad llaadrvdta walllaar And if you fail I'll break you" Braine eyed and observant. house Jones rose from his hiding place I

I aanmaj t 5.Chera'afa'ml Ia tba.W5CA5.SdS Blavk ......1 added to the exreporter.Later "I wish to see Gen. Uender on," he and proceeded to follow her. The result ; '''f

C .d. ....- "' .1'.... wha. trIes ,.' reewaiaMtv when he applied for a sltua- aid politely I. ofthis espionage on the part of
la tied ta tb- ,railroad '1'.....__ t'on on the Blade, it happened that "Gen. Henderson doubtless at his Jones will be seen presently. t j
::r ,.rte>r>BX'a' ,asses blaa sad aaally hand and down to the office
Jim went
af bceth. there were two strike on own house. Meantime -
''ih'{. ,-\_i asaa.the' Wlark)Haadred teseae rrrmtrr th. 'ba. two or thre extra men were neededon "AhI" and lied cheerfully about hi* milsIng .0. 6. WHGJIEHSacce IJSDBqGE HGijGY.( ) ,t
oC 'J.a.a ... ed la the _..' Or-m- e.v. the the .
I *> sad Jears reaiala iSS j the city staff. The man from "Don't be alarmed-yet.- said .the general. Vfheth( r city ...;
,' ....owi.wE...sw.Tt.eteaa temporary Brain smoothly, editor believed'hinr or-nof Is 'of; "no .
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-, :f.S :"; : awmi airstaalaailaa tm Job and went 'bythe;. name of "I am not alrmed" replied Norton. m tter.'Jin"t'o' ; ,...:to hi* desk. s r t. Arthur E1b a ... ,
', ..*)..t 'aa ..... arrives Bad aaaaawa ( reCC. ,,4 "I' .am only 'chagrined. Since Gen. From the ,corner of hi*'eye. he could ... .j .
I .J S ... .........,_ .1 ... A.resa.Ibreash breach lb.V .. . For three'week he worked faithfully Henderson 1* not to be found here, I .see Gregg scribbling away<<< Bet never .. It.- .. N*. 9, .Secwad floe* CUzeH Bak; ....... za .' ., :

.f 1 .... lIISr.. ... "II.SIead.....'.efa..- sew abstaining' from his favorite tipple. must be excused.**,- ifI raised. his head as ,Jim ,sat down to l- .- ---5. 1' /" :
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"' "Vt:< ,_.,\.. ..eesSElIIiI'.... ....... RrsIe ilie., had never worked .in ,New 1York! .* will excuse yon, presently." read his mail. After awhile Gregg <\ > 35L.- i
..._4 .Ia _..: piaae! .,!?.dv.rn'' _t_ (:so his record wag' unknown.' lie had v-Ah! 1 begin to see."J!" I rose and left the' offIce; and, of' course, '.;" Geaeral. ......ltce'Dus1!.*.. r.P.sc.IiL.Ih.. strej u4 _, I

.. 8. "' told the city-editor that he had work. '""Indeed. mocked Brain. f Jim left shortly. ,afterward. 'When R.Ua..tO..pa. 1 __1'r"< "" "" r'" .. .iJ: , . I
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i'' IIIS ta ..-- lb.1,ed' on a Chicago paper..,.now' defunct '. 'ri have tumbled or.walked into'a' the fteweomer saw that he was being ..;...:::.... ": ': '" "" .'. i'r, t. ..,..
c.' (..._N..I-c::: Ie .... Sew .a r 'He paid ,no attention whatever to trap/- .,.,. ,, .-'j< ', "- followed. he smiled and tontinued! on S We'.wan eoa,dthk!' .' thiArtber E.bISI1gSII .
S '';, ..qeswrevr.. ._' __ ..e'1.'Norton.a "sign of no',little ment "A keen mind like your- *'mut:.have his ) ThisNorton Chap was sus- .a . ; Ageisy. ;;
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,w.I tS5.5'le' Si$' .S .." beets .' On the other,hand Norton never recognized that fact the> moment yon picktu&i. All the) better; his suspicions : ,. Itr.rq .. .... "10"
S '. =-_,._.,,,.srt4.,....'.Sb.. ............If a' ,414. es. 1 'on alt' assignment I thay Gregg discovered .I was not the coeneral.I. should be. ", ade her. book to land him '. 1

: 'Iba......5I.. toP = did.!not know-exactly. where f be.'waif'f ." "I', Indebted th.'.J lack: ,Hun- with;. i By and by- the man.turned Into ;
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DIES IN NEW:JERSEY
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I I city I.ani. '':\
P* Friends IB regret'to j. w'1
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jt Eurn F >tIIA N grower 1 In of the death of Mrs.'.,Hf E. Qverstreet..f'f'.on.. Gacette' acknowledges
of. en j C fipitho led' by 'l i: 1Lntfeir'ta'..Wii'erh'ct' . . of Miami which 'Wurr October, Btt t the rueelpt'.of a eomptltn f
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Tampa, .
sent,by Mr Gifbert -
:." _ting'' an orange grove the following is submitted, which has operation and a long illness W lof '
the .
Tampa Tribune... ;,
: : en i Issued- folder form', by the Haines City board, of trade,, a*.MingectD.eryativ.t' Mrs* Over street was formerly Miss' We also In
are of Ucbetllthe

--_ ay _th t _' M'_ --... -4... '. ,_- V-p-:..,,........_, ....,........'.....,..,.......""" .."'...r,_. _v- -Alma iMie Bur f amily-of this-Jolwr city,:and.M...Leeior-residedwith ;; pawanlejatCAo.be'beld receipt: > a laUT _

business'from fen: ,acre !of land at',fSO.OO per acre1".......,'t.-........:. $600.00 many years..,' Sine her marriage>she Oak; Florida November- lO-Jl-lt-l! ',
plant, which will con Clearing and plowing at $25.00 per .acre ......"_.,-.,.._.::. 250.00 has lived,.in Miami where Mr?,Over-, 21. for which we are Indebted-'.-..,.
DRIDAY, OVEMBEK 2O:191v"4 perated under the ..old.chary Fencing at $5.00 per' acre _...----..-.-..- -,_......,., r 1)) .oo street is in business. She was the Thomas Z. Atkeaonmanaget; of _._:
brother* flave been Seventy trees to .\he acre 700 at 75c each'......,,,,_,;_ n 525.00 mother of several children and thesewith Suwannee Fails association

bar business' for-many' years Delivering and .setting trees, ..h..--.....-.-.......____., 10V.09., her husband, her father, Thomas
Sij1' s -1| known to the trade at Bass,,and two sisters''of Avon'' Parktsurvive
4 and Cultivation. .
b ., Fertilizing
the fact
*, that, within a her, She was widely'connect
d tar'it became known that Firstyear' $lo.00''PeF'; acts ;.--.....*---------$100.00 I ed in this "'
''v0 I purchased tire' plant hero Second year $12.50 per acre ,.._._.-........__.-.....-: 125.00 .' Overstreet county.Mr. is a former residentof > M. TILLER 1;
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44, material Thihl $17.50 acre ._._.,. ..'. _.,... .. 175.00) .
were received from year per < ------ the also and has '
vYA .lW t rmut ; r 'arnorth, Atlanta.<> as shipped to Palatka last Fifth year $30.00 ,per acre _.:_......_?____ 300.00 with him in the lots of his' 1 1w
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: t Zachary, in conversationpresentative Total cost at the end of five ;, wife. _._ ui'ht\and '
Better ; years ------------ --- liiisletf 1 I, Realty sold. ,
t y Babieg' ;r 'q' of' the .Valley- Value of Crop During Development $2,365.00 I Titusville.-Bert Johnson : Houses rented.,' '

_Expressed himself as greatly Fourth year 12 box to ,each tree ________-V-.a..________......... $350.00 contract to erect motion, picture theater I Taxes paid and:'Titles '
I*. ; i ,'.. with the way business had Fifth year 1 box to each tree ...____=_________________.-__.___ !700.00 ;, oil heaters, electric', lighting. ; -',v rIffed '
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:> GoodSlo&5ma n >H in the local plant. It is theM Sixth year 2 boxes ,to each tree __________________u_.._______. 1,400.00 cost 6000._ for non-residents '.
I" of the firm to make the moat $2,450.001Thus j j Only One "B OMO QUIMNB". Fire, Lift and Accident' ,in. *

14111"11'11"\ ," 1) .0'" ?t'l/l./lIti! : Opportunities. offered here I .. min. LAd''I' .uranceJ ,, ,
To jrct'tli .1.! call foe Ill
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be,InherentTfgtto showing balance to the credit of the Investor at the end of '
1 Every,baby: has..!; ; : a 4 TI VK BKOMO OO1N1NK.K. r.etPAl..or Indemnity Bonds,
fair start 1D uev' five years of $75.00. .W.OOVK. CWPM Cold.OPBC tMT. Sop ,I '. 1.
(" 'Butithe1, avertge.'chUd kasoaaU fOST OF JURORS DRAWN Now, I do not; vouch for the correctness of this statement as no gen- ".osra, ..... kvcdacbc.. CUM"! works o..]-cold.-- ,,>Ue,.j i p4sgiO4GOI. ...OeeIeii.., .
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g jtine, I iatartra, 1c end rule will apply to all conditions. ,- '
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'\ childnq boot',igi,4ba, ;.UnJ / ,..81 I am inclined to think that we can show results to beat this. Our I ""J,'
one In fir s i dies 1 1ti before It ii ow rea FOR CIRCUIT COURT Ihnds! are cheaper, in the first place, being free from palmetto and clearing . I. 'i'r
[ 'will cost le.We can, if. necessary, produce good results with less fer-' ,t fat j .
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__ IkdconscIournesti.Own. thatshooting tilizer. We can, I think, get more fruit than is estimated by our friendsat :. "J'
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_ \ t he shot Following the list of jurors drawnto flames City. I The FavoritefStore of'KUiimmee. ]l
e s idewalk. simply to serve at the fall term of the .circuit I'know of one grapefruit grove, just:four, years set, that has a crop I ,_ .. zS
en the boys. The trallet that court of Osceola county which now on the trees of four to five boxes each. Another two years' set l..t. r +
killed the,horse entered the animal's convenes November 24: February that has from one to fifty grapefruit to each tree now, and wK
side, close to the rider's leg and went A. W. Crosby, T. A. Court Ernest these may be exceptions, it only goes to show what maybe done under ;
direct' through the body. Mach, E. ,L. Overstreet W. I. Wal- favorable conditions.JONES t '1
t On Sunday Sheriff Ingram arrested ker, W. E. Underbill, John M. Anderson TINWARE
c Young and placed him in jail. Monday J. E. Rush R. H. Alderman, C.
afternoon he:: was tried before F. Outlaw, H.- L. Overstreet, 'A. W; Orlando.-When proposed alterations -
t Justice of the Peace S. H. Bullock Gustus M. G. Tindall. R. W. Fry, T. : APPOINTED are finished the Orlando pack- r.\w.. .
uppn information made in an affidavit J. Ivey, J. R. Donegan, J. C. Griffin, ing house will be the largest in the i
; by the sheriff, charging aggravated I D. Y. Johnson, W. P. Underhill, J..A. I state, having a floor space of 18,000 ThaiWill II
assault. Young plead not guilty. John Bass, Otto Platz G. D. Davis, J. M. TO SUCCEED LANDIS feet I I'l
Bronson B. P. Whidden, G. N. Bass Crafton, W. W. Clark, J. M. Hansell, jJ
and G. N. Combs appeared as witness ,I Clyde Edwards, Walter Harris, Geo. d ,
t es for the state but their evidence : W. Best, P. C. Chandler L. H. Cro- HU t"OOO 00000.000. 0 0 0 FOR FRESH FISH
was not sufficient to make a case rnartie, S. S. Buzza, L. J. Peterson, P 0 i
al.1 against Young and he was discharged.John J. W..Collins, E. A. Neimeyer, R. H. 0 JONES SUCCEEDS LANDIS 0 WEAR 4 4If ;
, Bronson, and his brother Bass_J. L, Chandler. .- 0
George appeared before the city TaTIVnassee, Fla.-Governor *> OYSTERS AND SHRIMP I
.! council) Wednesday night and asked 4 Park Trammel! appointed Hon. d
i pay for the horse. In discussion the Joseph H. Jones, of Orlando, to CALL j
. councilmen seemed to favor this method SCHEU HEATER BEING be state attbrney for the Seventh < '
I of settling the matter but a committee I" Judicial circuit, to succeed Hon. 0I'O. Broadway Fish Market I you want rattling good, tinware '
I was appointed to make a thor Cary D. Landig resigned. *
ough investigation and as soon as that I INTRODUCED HERE 0 come to this store. Don't buy' tin
Phone 50
i committee is ready to report a special rv
session of council will be held to I If because it is Jf.
take some action W. C. Scheu, representing the Joseph H. Jones, of Orlando has Served or Promptly, Delivered Anywhere ware just cheap. .you
I received information that he has been
Scheu Orchard of Los An-
f geles, Cal., was company in the city this week appointed by Governor Trammell as in the City. I| do-it's just like throwing your'
I demonstrating to local improved state's attorney for the Seventh Judi- 1-
growers an -- -- - --- -- --=
1 BANK EXAMINER heater for groves or orchards, cial district to succeed. Cary D. Landis money away. We can save ,you
which is just being introduced in who has .resigned. The appointmentcame
southern territor The entirely unsolicited by Mr. article of,
heater is on fw
THAGARD IN CITY j money every
he indorsed the
manufactured by the American Can Jones having recom- If YOU Are
company of Toledo Ohio, and a halt] mendation of George A. DeCotte's, of d
Mr. E. P. Thagard, State bank examiner -, million of them are now being use Sanford who was an applicant for ,
with headquarters in Tallahassee I by citrus growers of California.Mr. the position. Mr. Jones has residedin
was a visitor in Kissirrinee on Scheu was accompanied here Orlando for about eighteen years, KITCHENWAREIin f
by Mr. Diamond southern during which time he has practicedlaw
Wednesday of this week. While here representative -
THINKING OF BUILDING A
in with his brother
of the American! Can partnership
r Mr. Thagard made many new acquain- company
tances and announced his candidacyfor and demonstrations given by them John C. Jones who has held the office HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET :t;:
state comptroller to succeed Comptroller impressed growers very much. One of state's attorney for several hundreds 'best and }J.
store and there of the moil uteful thing
o Knott, who is a candidate for prominent grower of the county placed terms by election Mr. Joseph H. ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I our are .
'. the governorship. an order for 350 immediately, Jones studied law in Macon, Ga., and to select from. All are new good and tome are;recentinvention; ."' 1::
which he has been prominent in legal matters '
Mr. Thagard was formerly tax collector expects to use in his truck '
.... of Marion county and has been fields as well as his groves. Mr. in this county for" many years. He AM PREPARED TO FURNISH If you know anything about our way of telling you. know:th.tour, '. '

1;, years.state USWTexaminer He lias many for friends the past all three over Scheu who said had that seen all the the Florida heater growers were has always never been held a consistent public office democrat.Mr. bdt has. PLANS AND ESTI- price, though low,.will purchase only the bet and finesfthe' market; : t,;

) the state and will no doubt make a placing orders for same. Landis resigned the position MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM afford ,
t formidable candidate. Advantages of the Scheu heater, 30, but Governor Trammel *.*. ** "
did not act immediately on the PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD'. ,
its "
as explained by agents are that its
{,a George R. Howe of Me.. point of greatest heat is near the resignation, thinking it better for Mr, ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE' RANGES ]
hl11.fn Landis to complete the work at the .
I is planning to build on a that ground and that it emits no srpoke, ) j .
town a fireproof house, entirely of therefore waste no heat units. Not terms of court in St. Lucie and Bre-
1 1 J. artificial stone steel and glass. The' only Is ali the heat preserved but with vard counties. Mr. Jones. will prob- : I( (. '
u. floors and stairways will be of solid no smoke there is no soot. ably begin his work in Volusia county : i iTTTII
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i.-' glass, while electricity will be used to i where court convene next. ;; .. .t.\. :;; ., Osceola Hardware
t.1! a great extent to eliminate the possibility Judge, T: M. Murphy 'was In Orlando Contractor Bauder; r Company;
k,i of flre.- ,Monday on bnstnees.I . CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING. JJ.V,' t'. ''' 'ta.tH&&Q. '. r, . ,
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KISSIMMEE. FLA.: .. ..
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FLORIDA( WOMAN SUFFERS 26 YEARS Tuesday, November 10, at 3 p. m. at 124 Sumner St. Phone 266. "
the chapter house.' Members
I' are re- irrriTTIITTTFnTirTTfTTrriTTTm I ITFi I M 1 1Florida
quested to be present. r kS

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I.i Mr. McManu Take May.-restorer by thousands who have! takenit Properly Wanted tr ;

; Wonderful Stomach Remedy where.with benefit. It is known every- f 3y

and "Soft Diet"Mrs. .
Quit
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Itrr Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem- sal
, edy clears the digestive tract of mu- IN EXCHANGE FOR I
eat E. McManus of 324 East Chestnut coid accretions and removes poisonous YELLOW PINE LUMBER .CO". : -, i''

"' St., Jacksonville, Fla., suffered so matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers :
seriously from stomach troubles that from stomach, liver and intestinal Eighty acre of land in Reno County. Kan.... Land all in' kaffir' s
3 she lived for two on and troubles. declare thatit New Owners New :
years soups Many Management corn ; good crop, one-third of which goes with place. Price$3,200, .
'+ "soft diet have saved them from dangerous '
}' 1 She took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach -- operations and many are sure that it :. $700 encumbrance, due in three year at 6 per cent. inter .t. Owner ? r
'h tt Remedy-nnd went to eating regular hat Raved their lives. : will pay difference for good property in Florida worth up to 4000. 7r

meals. Here is a part .of her We'want all people who have chronic EVERYTHING : We also have I 1 ? y,
; 240 of land .
a letter: stomach trouble or constipation, no acre near Springfield, Mo. Some im-
"Your medicine is the greatest remedy matter of how long standing to try : provemenU; 'valued at $4.800; free and clear from debt to exchange ; A ,

on eartl>..Cnclosed find order for ond' dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach for property in Otceola: county. ', C
three moro bottles. 1 have eaten my Remedy One dose will convinceyou
..,...1irsV-mfal in over two yearssince This is the medicine BO manyof TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE Anyone desiring to get rid .f their property in this county .wtl) ,t.! ."t 4a
;./"taking your medicine. I. have been our people have been taking with do w"l l to consult u*. Full particular to interested partie '
,< ,'living on a soft diet, but thank,.God, surprising results. The most' thor-
...' ,.'.1 am much better." ough system cleanser we ever sold. For Sale-Five acres good rich land, about 1-4 mile from tile'cjt
People everywhere have had just Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedyis limits of Kiimmee. Land fenced and half in cultivation good four-, ; N

", such experiences.: Mayr's Wonderful now sold here by, J. F. Robersonand HAVE IT I room bungalow and out-building Right in the trucking district. x ,
Stomach Remedy has proven a health"' druggists everywhere. I Cheap $800 time half ;
.,- ,' ; on if desired hoi
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We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of \ We have twelve acres of land four mile from Ki.. 1nD ee.'1-2 mile '. n af IxP*

19. lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Doors, from railway station; land fenced and cro-fenced. four acre in timber nyI

CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS I Sash, Shingles, Laths,.Window and Door Frames, Mouldingof : eight acre cleared, four acre in bearing grove of orange and grape.

I all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. fruit. New three-room house; good well of water; barn shed; chicken'
4 .. FROM. house; etc.. $2, 50. Time or part if desired.
We also line
carry a complete of Brick,Lime, Cement, Paints, LtW.

NORTH AND NORTHWEST Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you every- I Orange Grove-Eight or nine 'acrei bearing grove of oranges.. W.

I:>- - . thing for your house .or your barn from ground to roof. grapefruit- tangerine; two acre ;young grapefruit trees not yet W.i
., bearing; ten acre more ready to plant to grove;, sixty: 'acres in the ,1 ,4 i
:' \\L "Dixie flyer" -- "Seminole Limited"FDixie entire tract. Front on beautiful large lake. 'Considerable rich'muck I* onin

: land for trucking and farming. Cheap at $6.000 on favorable terms of ",
1 Limited" "South Atlantic limited""Montgomery I payment .
Send for. Free Estimate I :

Route" Many other propositions of merit, both improved and unimproved .)

\. land and can suit any reasonable-minded man who wants a choice location . .
St Louis Indianapolis in a delightful, healthful country. r.. rruh
.Pullman Cars from Chicago, .J
t Louisville, and intermediate points to Ja'ckaonvflle We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. We also have a splendid 3,000 acre ranch let than-one block from '" ia.X.

,r Dining and Observation. Contractors.. Estimates on, house bills receive prompt. attesti.a.y railway station. Land well improved Considerable stock, goes with 1 ,',
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. .. the ranch. Price and terms exceedingly
; ral D1f. WiH 1 send! pros. ., !
-.via. pectus to interested free of H
parties charge :f'+;

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*t .(Mattle Belle Karris Editor.), 'I' Eleventh: .F'ourteent... nf! Gregory talc9ho4G
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.A ; nuptial event of the week! teenth Eighteenth! Nineteen\'.:\"'" S
the of Miss Joe Bert i
was marriage
1 J.R 'JSftJ Li j* to all proii eVaileiGaztt. tend Mr ltyanonby dao !:hVr of. Mr. and MN.'Cr .. Twenty-second districtsnine...- ':I( ,.
f.- . ., jo J! ; ; .. Oklahoma: ..Demor t.. 0;' repubi4Mnr3 -. ....
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J oF$rCkt1.venti'totbe Edit*-- 'Ur pablicstion- --- TiTtbese-cohimM'I t $ryan--to.Uj..PaX.hee' TV avor ,"" .R.publicamrKain'one i1\'tbe'! 9f.- _; -4". ;._ : ,_.._... _ : -
_. - which was 'solemnized Wedneada First! district. ,r to retain saloons. "... .
evening In theFirst;Baptist c'hurc! ; Ohio and California kejk -
Oregon Democrats 0 republican i
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ui lI.II I III 111111 liii I I III.IIMRS. IS I I I I I II IM4II III I S I I I-U-I \i In the presence oT a large number of 3. Republicans ,gain one over pros[" while Washington, ,Color. ([ HAL-L-P V
T) friends and relatives. Rev. Bony I Passives in First district, and Arizona.closed j .
,WARING. II NOREE. Stevens;of Ocala,u'former pastor and' ,I na, wom n.'voter. contribL "
Mr. and ?rB-, Lewis O'Bryan enterMonday U. D. C. RECEPTIONAT j life-long friend of the bride's'family, Pennsylvania :Avalanche.Pennsylvania ; !-iail y. Colorado and 'Oregj j1 J
,, 'Ltn.d evening at their horn performed the ceremony. : Democrats, 7>$> i re. complete and unofficial'' _"
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4 f .n Clyde av.nu.wth| a charmlngl, : Th wedding party included a maid I publicans, 29. Republican ret gait, I I slight leads for ousting ;.n
: dinner, part to hOnQl' MI" CARSON HOME of honor, Miss Marie Hudleston; matron 10; net gains over democratic or}proc Latest returns from ,

'plaInned, l. 'Waring of Lakeland. of honor, Mrs. Arthur Webb, of I ressives in Fifth, Sixth, Eight! covering about half the II
-'- S Tampa; a little maid Miss!! Jane Twelfth, Seventeenth, Twentietl, I small majority, for sal

,, JUNIOR ENDEAVOR PARTY. The chief social event in connectio: Graves and the flower girl, little Mils; !! i Twenty-third, Twenty-fourth, Twentj saloon workers assert U' ,
Children of the Junior Christian I with the U. D. C. state conventio Wilhelmina Carson. R. G. Johns eighth and Thirtieth districts, an! I' turns from outlying region'

Endeavor enjoyed a Hallowe'en part in session here all this week waa the I served as best man and Eugene Bryan: 1.two at large. Loss to democrats i In I' the state dry. The vote oi,

... given at the Presbyterian manse I las official reception Thursday evening; I was groomsman. Messrs. Edgar Katz I Twenty-fifth. Colorado lain doubt, Prec _
:Friday night. Punch fruit and nut tendered by the hostess!!!! chapter at the and Everett Roberts were the usher i Rhode Island: Democrats. 1; re- I heard from are mostly ou

;I,were the refreshments served after an beautiful and hospitable: home of He*: I and Thad Oliver doorkeeper. publicans, 2. Republicans gain one i in cities. -
and Mrs. C. A. Carson ave '
on Clyde the Sixth district.
For the occasion the church
retained saloons by
a
of Ohio g
hour game. a C nue. Mere than 300 were in the brilliant torium was elaborately decorated audi-j California: Democrats, two; republicans I jority and adopted a hom<

,DRIGGER3-JONES. guest party. including the Iocs ferns, pain-... potted plants and ut I 3; progressives 6; unchanget amepdment that was recognize
and Miss AiuV Daughter of the Confederacy and flowers, carrying out a color echem Colorado: Democrats, 6; republl .
Harvey H. Drlggers saloon!! measure.SOCIALISTS!!
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Jones married last Sunday aitwrnoon their husbands!! the Sons of Veteran of green, yellow and white. The alta,[ cans!!, 2i Republican gain, two.
were
t \ at 4:80: o'dock) at the home or and their wives, veterans and their was banked with the greens andl' Connecticut: Democrats, 0; republicans I SAY THEY ARE

j the bride's mother in this city. Cap! wives!!, delegates to the convention, via- I boquets of yellow chrysanthemum!! gain five.Delaware COMPLETELY SATISFIED

performed the oeremony iting daughters and aU the hostess and white carnations were used in the :: Democrats, 0; republj set ,

Hr M.which Breaker was witnessed by only i a who are entertaining convention viSi-1! foreground of this beautiful and artistic cans, 1. Republicans gain one. Chicago, III., Nov. 6.-"The socialist. J. D.wild. :

; and relatives. tecs in their homes.in setting. Groups of candles burned Florida: Democrats, 4; republican!!!, patty is!! well satisfied with the erral rose :1
few friends couple will make their the receiving line with Mr. a at the altar during the wedding 0; unchanged. result of the election" said' Waiter and a set -- _= :

'The young Mrs. Carson and Mrs. B. B. Simpsor service. Georgia: Democrats, 4; republicans Laufersieck, executive secrete in poppies, doneT;J ,
home here.i of the Will Bryan chaptei head of the national socialist ,
C C. president Musical Program. !!, 0; unchanged. and active Butler. I
'i i .. MISSIONARY SOCIETY were the state officers. Sister Carlot Previous to the ceremony a musical Idaho: Democrats, 0; republican! party today. "Besides the election I Along both side walls were placed:,
f ''BAPTIST society will of St. Augustine, president of the 2 of Meyer London to congresi with attractive displays
Missionary program was!! rendered, Miss!! Alma ; unchanged? I smaller tables
I The Baptist box opening at the horn division; Mrs. John IL Tench honorary Griffen singing "I Love You" and Illinois Goes Republican. from the Twelfth New York district including chocolate sets, dresser

hold a mite M. Breaker, 120 Mabbett president of general division and Miss!! Mary Carson "Schubert's Sere Illinois: Democrats republican! we have done well elsewhere. My sets, berry sets, tea sets and one-
of Mrs. H. afternon November custodian!! of the cross of honor; Mri nade" and "At the Dawning." In 17 ; advices are that James!! Maurer, pre table of plates pf all kinds and sizes.
progressives 1.
'street, on Friday of FeMyers ; !!, Republican gal;
Fbderatio
o'clock. An jntereltiflgwLl program William Francis Gwynne. place of the usual wedding marL.ohengrin's of thirteen over democrats in Third, iden.t of the Pennsylvania Guests were served refreshment
J '.lLat3 bgiven recording secretary; Mri of Labor and member of the executive Ethel Lea-
oftntislrand- chorus!! was rendered by a Fifteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth,' a 'by Misses Winona Allen,
and P. Jarvis of St. Augustine: corresponding of the National SocialIst -
wil be served B. chorus of twenty-eight young girl committee and Bullock.
refreshments Nineteenth Twenty-first, Twenty-sec!!
i offering taken. All are cor !! secretary; Mrs. II. H. Me The recessional!! was a violin due md, Twenty-fourth, Twenty- tth and party, has been. re-elected to thp The exhibit was a real treat' for all
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I* silver invited. Those having mite Creary, of Gainesville, fIrst!! given by Mrs. Bullock and Howard two at large; over progressives in the< legislature. those who enjoy exquisite China and I
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dlally bring them at this time ident; Mrs. W. M. Ferguson viee.pres-I Huzza. Promptly at 7 o'clock th. Tenth and Twelfth. I At Elizabeth, N J., Harry Popp and; :Mrs Allen received many compliments.on
"boSe.'pleaMl City second vice-president; been elected to the city council
churchand
C C C wedding party entered the Indiana her work Her fame as an artist
PARTY. W. Maxwell, of marched the altar the I : Democrats, 11 ; republl another socialist lost by a small margin J
to as
and this winter J4
CHILDREN'S Mrs. S. S. Moore, of cans, 2; republican gain of two in the. I at Haledon, N. J., Mayor Willie and teacher has spread
,v Wade Tucker'r : urer; Tampa'i chorus was being sang. First wen II ;; she will have a class in Lakeland
3. Seventh and Tenth districts. and t
Mr. and Mrs. the seem register; and Mrs. Harry the two ushers who approached the B. Rueckmann has been re-elected\
here.
'home on Emmett street was Monday; Brooksville!! recorder.. altar by separate aisleways!!, and immediately IowaDemocrats, 1 ; republicans; the socialists! elected two members, of as well as ;t!
of a pretty children's party their little responding secretary.The !! I following them were the 10; republicans net gain two; !gains' ii"Second. the legislature" ';
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;afternoon, when friends invited of to participate entire lower floor of the CarBon I maid of honor and groomsman The I Tb'd and Sixth districts; 108.0 Speaking of the felling off in I)hf'<

daughter, Clara were of her seventh home was!! attractively decorated in matron of honor came next, then the in Eleventh progressive vote Mr. Laufer..ieckluid. !: ,
. In the celebration Game!! I red dahlias, white carnations pottei little maid the flower girl and the f Kan"as: Democrats. 4: rennbli) I "There is no place for honest progrogives '

., birthday anniversary., cake and : plants and ferns for the occasion. Mri bride Mr. Weaver and his best man (fans 2; r"-ol>n1"l" loouWicnn 2, Pern to go but the socialist party Whole Family Benefited ,
and ice cream I e'atie VAin of in district
in entertainlniby > Eighth
enjoyed assisting one
were Carson was!! entered from the study door and met
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..,"1 I 'candy ...rved.Th. received a large num her daughters, Misfses Eliz beth I the party at the altar. A beautiful Kentucky: Democrats, 9: republl SENATOR=" PENROSE: EASY1NNKI WAS =" =" ( By Wonderful Remedy
honoree Carson and punch I ca"s. 2. Unchanged: \N .
and Anne serving
and ring service was useby < .. liitlr things to '
impressive 1 lx'i 1' niiiiv .<:;
'her of birthday gifts. Misses Alma Griffen Marie and I lyouisiaraDemocrats; 7: progresSIVPS. : I ;:: .
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\> S e el' were and the minister officiating. Philadelphia npuliliuiipluialitv t ii'i,I. i j>r<'-rnl ,'on,litioniuf ,_
i Lucy Withers oon < 1. Proirrofmei gain"onp in thiTV "roo" :
\, P\RTY. Kate O'Berry, The bride was never more charm- I for all\ *.talp
I Pennsylvania .
; h EPWORTH LEAGUE Ruth[ Butler MrK. Cobb served' chocolate : .! ,liAr'VInin ,.* in :", I1 J I., hurry h.r,1'Iork.. ".
Hallo than in her handsome wedding{ I continues \.0 men-use a>> IId-
: One of the merriest!! of the and Mis Elizabeth; Aultmai 1 mjf of white messalme satin and .: Democrats 1 ; republican. candidates reeeienl. in oJ"d 1 'it ,ii all ti I <>n u> and :
the Senior: gown I ditional) returns are
we'en parties was !given by Methodis poured coffee. I veil of tulle caught: in her dark han 1. Unchanged: With fiO per cent of the statf hraic.dI ii u ] I.. 1'j : '-. ...i. lit i viMtMifS' and t.

:. Epworth league of the in the Mal The presence of many prominent with a wreath of orange blossom'lusters :Maryland: npmocratp. .*>: rcpubli- I from the plurality of United Stati, III I I .I 1 I I"U I \\ C .III' II I I I II" IClltlv, ><* ,t'
'/'. Saturday night visitors in attendance upon the U D'I blossoms <'an". 1. Republicans gain one in thi Mitih 'n.
were
of A
PVnrose I '
church orange over
came Boise -
I Ir I Senator i 1".1\ 1111"-" i it. sleepii 'I'
guests unusual) w' <'rn' -
the caused
inson hall. All door C: convention has an ; I aught in the point lace bodice and I Fifth democratic ojpponont,
), at the ; <[ : I ell Palmer his '. ilort. Wea. :A'
and .
greeted i
many Gain Massachusetts.Massachinrettt :
week socially } in 11"1 )
'masked and were active ill' of her dress!!, which was (; with indications tha
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of ghosts aperies stood at J80,04i
committee charming courtesies have been ornamentec Democrats. 4! .. in, ,i I 1.11"- witli:, inIves and it
I. 1, 'by a reception playinfgames. plan-I made with court train and I : re- : it will corrxe dose to 200,000() ( if n..t M'.
; \\ The evening vas" spent refreshments' ned for the visitors A auto: with pearl trimmings. Her arm bouquet f nubUcanf.. 1' Republicans rain four i exceed those figures < "111., t s.i-_ .\( 'I 1 1N .'

Hallowe'en olives) and dinner parties have been given, was a shower of lilies of the I in Eighth. Eleventh Thirteenth amiivteenth Gifford Pmchot progressive wa" I c- . f- ,In ti., under sti Ii *
: ) I consisting of sandwiches, rides have been enjoyed and every valley and ferns and her sole jewel districts about 3,000 behind Palmer Penrose'. tike something '
to
with the bum cu "i1HU f is
'pies, were served. moment not taken up ornament was a lovely diamon lava MichiganDemocrats'!. 2; republinns. plurality in Philadelphia alone wa I
I made f"
been ,
has
: C e e ness of the convention Here the gift of the groom. 1 11 Renublicanu gain two ov"r i 114,888 Pmchot ran 13,000 ahead o.f l.U
1 SILVER TEA. Key as pleasant for the visitors as POSH Both the maid and the matron oi iroaressives in Tenth and TwelftlliRtricts. Palmer in Philadelphia. : Dr. Mile Anti-Pain! Pills ': .
the Carsor .
Mrs.
and ble. The reception at satin also .
messalme
Burchalter white
Governor.For
f.
Mrs. J. I Honor wore Republican
-- will entertain the Ladies'!! Aicwith home climaxed a very gay week. with point lace and pearl trimmings I MinnesotaDemocrats' : 1- republicans governor, Martin G Hrum to r'l>n. tin-. -ti, in "., tin' nerves. ., '
Johnson Mrs C
!
of e
i. a silver tea at the home next C BRYAN.I I I Their boquets were yellow chrysan R': nrogressives, 1. Progressivs baugh, republican had a plurality of Mrs J 1 It Hartslirlil. 8i Plum St., .J i
street MISS
203 Bryan IN HONOR OF gain one.Mfcsissipni'. C. McCormick) hn'
.. ::1Jurehalter..t 10, at'< themums. I 133,996 over Vance Alljntj Gj Antes"I
November afternoon, at their maid and flower girl wore Democrats, R': repub-
., <. Tuesday afternoon I On last Friday The little democratic progressive opponent ., bi.t'
home on Clyde avenue, the little frocks of whit organdy: 0: unchanged Philadelphia )hu\v on '"eril occaMoiM ,
.. ,8 o'clock. will be I handsome dainty cans Brumbaugh's plurality in watly rt-ltexetl, bir lh, u.0 of your niajIrlnrn. -
A short literary refreshment Misses!! Carson entertained charming and yellow ribbons. The maid: carried South Carolina: Democrats, 7; re was 119036. raiHsrtally. the Anti-Pain PUla.wlilch .

rendered, after which ..willbe Iy with a linen shower in honor oi a basket of the yellow chrysanthe >ublicans. 0: unchanged. I keep cnnpiantly on hand for
t 'wHl be served. A silver offering Miss Joe Berta Bryan, whose!! mar mums and the flower girl a basket ocee South Dakota: Democrats, 1; re.jublicans PRESIDENT WILSON'S HOME the uac o. rayaclf hu b nd and two ,

c,' takenat the door. to'j riage to Mr. Paul Kelso Weaver occurred !! petals!!, which were strewn In the 2: unchanged. DISTRICT ELECTS REPlBLIGA! > oni. ? othins In tha world equals tavvaaa -

A.cordial Invitation is extended I Wednesday evening. bride s path to the altar. Tennessee!! Democrats, 8; republi- Trenton, N. J.'-President Wilson'ihome I a headache r"...dy. Oflaa I amenabled
c Carson district the I by the us. of oia or two of
of the Indiana. congressional
in unchanged.
the public. The spacious parlors To- Visit a"S. 2;
,, all home were very attractive on thi. ocasion. Immediately after the ceremony an Texas: mocrats. 21; republican I!!, Fourth, elected Elijah Hutchins, the ;. tha when 1'llln otherwise tp continue I would my be In bouMWork be
'* BENEFIT BALL. : Plants and cut flower were Informal reception was given at the 0 I;; unchanged.Utah republican candidate, to succeed Congressman Join. me In my pratoe of tks

.' ofbe.'benefttr ball 'given by the St >sod and the Hallowe'en motif was in home of the bride's,parent on Clyd< : Democrats, l republicans, Allen B. Walsh, democrat, Anti-Pain PIlLS and Narvln." '

ladles on Hallowe'en ividence in many quaint designs ir avenue for members of the wedding I'.1:, ,Democrats gain one in Second die by about 2,000 plurality. Miles' Ani..P..inPiflmare :
., Johns guild ball was not largely allow and black. ' .', >arty and relatives. Later Mr and let.----- Meager returns indicate strong republican Dr.

'* 'might. at the Stein wasjthoronghly enjoy) In the dining room excellent re'reshments Mn. Weaver left for Lafayette, Ind., Vermont:' Democrats, Or. republiar gains throughout the stab relied to relieve .aIar &
but upon
attended An orchestra bad been provided., Mrs.V. for a'visit with his parents. Upon J2; unchanged.. : and democrats probably will not thow-'
f ed by those present.of enticing dance r. C. Bryan, mother of the bride, pre- lair return they will reside on Mab- Virginia Democrats, 9; republi- have more than four or five of the nervousness and irritability .

furnished program and games' !!ilded over.the chocolate pot, Mrs. N. ette street, where they have a 'charmng ana, 1: unchanged. twelve congressmen.!! The present sands of homcholds. Of prove*

music for the grown-ups for the children. Rceipts J. Carson poured coffee, and Mist I little home already furnished. Washington: Democrats, 1; repub- delegation includes ten democrats merit after twenty y..an' use, yo

: ? were arranged the affair*netted $5. The Mary Carson served the pies, while I The bride's going-away gown was li iqans, 4. Republicans and democrats The[ democrats will probably retain but can have no reason for being longer

from MrsJ.. Wade Tucker Vda Louise Simpson and Katharine a dark green chiffon broadcloth co.atmit each gain one over nrogresslves.!! their majority in the state senate
r' t following day amount; with a $5 donation Carr, daintily attired, were the neat- I the skirt of the plain cloth and West Virginia: Democrats, 3; re- apparently have lost control of the without them. it

''I'I doubled this handed Phyllises who passed among I he coat brocaded. With this she wore lublicans, 3; unchanged. assembly. At all Drugglita, 29 d_. 25 cant

.1 ". '. to the.guild.Tuesday of! this week the guild held he guest. on joyous events bent. a becoming hat of gold cloth faced Wisconsin!! !! : Democrats 3; republi- PROHIBITION DEFEATED:: MILES MEDICAL* CO., Clkhart, ..... -

; monthly meeting at the During the afternoon the charming with black velvet and trimmed with aband ans, 8; unchanged. IN CALIFORNIASan "
; ;' \its" regular tonoree's rich contralto was!! heard inone of fur and cluster!! of flowers. Wyoming: Democrats, 0; republicans Cal.-A drastic ,
Carr Francisco, prohibition
bom of Mri a.I I > of the darky lullabies!! she!! sings Both Mr. and Mrs. Weaver are so-!! 1 ; unchanged. and the proposed I

: i FOR U. D. C. VISITORS. 110 I well and in Cowen's!! lovely" song ally prominent here and have many I general eight-hour measure law were decisively ! .OOOO
DINNER' Purple TwiHght. Miss!!!! Their popularity is!! attested!!
in riends. I
; entertained Once a in California
and Mrs. C. A. Carson Griffin, who is always!! heard to the handsome wedding REPUBLICAN I beaten THE
I i Mr Wednesday at noon Alma by many GREA 1. I RAYSTONE
at dniner U. D. C. visitors with pleasure, sang a charming selecion. iresents!! received, including articles oflandpamted Jno }<'. Wilson, of Tampa has lc-i>n Gooooo.oo..o.t

1 7 ''for anumber of the SIs china, a complete dinnert spending several days in the city, Mf1.

L. ;in,the city.; Those present of were the state Mention must!! also be made of the cut glass, copper brass, silver\ GAINSINNEW YORKNew Wilson is in the real estate business I

:: 'tar Carlotta, president Brev- narvelous and diverting fortunes read deposit, silver, electric furnishings!!, and was here soliciting stuck for a i

.U. t>. C., St Augustine! ; Miss of!! Lake from the palm by most reliable seer- II >ictures, linens and exquisite hand company which proposes to oigani/e, N w muRMM. Frit k.D. niTEl, an.Open .
ard Tallahassee: Mrs. Trible, imported for the occasion.The work in tatting embroidery and cro- the purpose of which is to plant a
Tallahassee sues!!! York N. Y. Charles S. Whit-
of
City;. Mrs. 'F. M. Hudson!! event of the afternoon was, het. The gift from Mr. Weaver's pa.rente 100-acre lime grove on Key Marco
; Mr. Snow and Mrs. Rouymil- however, the opening of the shower I was a full chest of silver.!! Among ian.few republican, was elected governor about 150; miles south of Tampa. YearJund | 4t1I
election I
: of of ] York in Tuesday's!! byan
,
Dzalynakl The
Miss beneficiary. I beautiful brass' !! -
lot of Tampa: by the fair other gjfts was a pedestal -'- -
Jacksonville; Mr. B. B. Simpson!! and lackages numerous and handsome and jardinere presented by the estimated plurality of 44,1)00) over e n ,-, JIj
rifts were H. the incumbent. SEED POTATOESGrown
Martin ;
Glynn,
Misses Elizabeth and Anne Carson.MRS. and her pleasure in them naturally. ilethodist church choir, of which Mr.
William Sulzer impeached as
,
> gov- '
,.. C C C and, gracefully expressed. Weaver is director, and a piece of and removed from office a on the ruKKi'd hllla of Stcut END STOMACH TROUBLE, '
f !IWCik Ajr6 PREVATT The Misses Carson, always- delight ilver presented by the Baptist Sunday rnor year t>.,. County. about 1500 feet nbov malevj I '"
the and GASES OR DYSPEPSIA
.. i : hasid ago, running on prohibition l 1.
4 jT ENTERTAIN entertained with particular school choir, which the bride
ful !! finished third
host.el.eat this American party tickets, FREE FROM DISEASB
Jennlnl r 'Prevatt en- on and success on charge of. Employees of the Wal- it the face of the Hardy. Prolific varlrtli... Give I i iI
5uM1f aedndlMra. who of oiling, appears on Strong Pape'd Uiapepsin" make Sick, Sour
; : at the and their honor-guest!! ten Carson Grocery company,
evening Send
; I n Friday oc::casion, than 100,000 them a trial. for Catalogue'
\
: her ncomplete returns! !! more Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine
,
2 horn of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bass on i. justly popular in Kissimmee for which her father is secretary andpeasurer WAI.KKIl: HI-.KII IMtTATO KAHM." I '
;, j'.; ,Main street for a number of friends. lovely character and social talents, !! gave a lovely silver pitcher. I otes. Frederick M. Davenport, prog- Doa .... Avora. IIt..b... eoaD1,. N. 'v. In fire minutes. .
fourth with
essive approxi-
1 than usually Friends glad that Mr. andMn ran If what just ate is souring onfour
for more are very you
arranged
A contest: was if possible,
fas, .
penny votes :+x-
lately( 50,000 ---x--
to make Kissimmee :\ I stomach lies like of f
.. ( the amusement of the guesU andSTvS harming and sweet. Weaver are 4 or a lump
James W. Wadsworth!! republican
.1 C S C. The bride has lived hereall lead, refusing to belch
'y Gregory heir home. + CHURCH NOTICES. .> : digest, or you
I' r* ; ? j& present FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. I her life and is widely known. Shewaa pears to have defeated for the James United W. + gas and eructate sour, undigested 1:
!1 III educated in the Osceola high Gerard, democrat, food, or have a feeling of dizziness, ;
HunIred
Grer. Misses The Tuesday afternoon Five tatea senate by about 45,000. Bainbridge "'>- < -X--ooC-o; )
Rase O'Berry' Ruby : Marie club met with Mrs. C. II. Allen schooalld> the State College for Colby, progressive!! was third. At the Baptist church Sunday, )Ir II artburn, fullness!! neusea, bad taste

Edward., Ruby Prevatt and Messrs.F his week: and completed its organlation Women, Tallahassee, and last year She rfth a vote that probably will not Holt will preach at 11 1 a. m., on "The IIJ mouth and stomach-headache, you \'
: : i lerved as county agent of the Girl"Canning Graham Garnet Combs DIXon,
t I by electing Miss Mary exceed 50,000. Way to Be Happy. At night on "The I
clubs, thereby increasing!! Put an end to stomach trouble forever 'i'iI
I "
0.\n B. Whidden,
Charles Turville secretary sIne of Now.
president, and Miss!! Sub r supporters!! held a celebration Everybody invitedto caeaofape
and getting
f Thirteen members cquaintance popularity.Mr. come. I by a large fifty-cent
COOKOVERSTREET.taSVuiTg I and treasurer. Weaver is a native of Indiana; at his Broadway headquarters, 's Diapepsin from any drug 1 ore.

were presnet. joint hostessrfth but has been here for several years I when they heard that Gtynl'would befeated. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly You realize in.five minutes how fieed* ,.I
Clark
be Interested to 'learn I Mrs. J. D. waa They gave all credit toheir
and has a large circle of friends. He I'SB it is to suffer from (
' Over te.t of XIs- Mrs. Allen and other guests, leader for Whitman's victory.: n-.Old Btandnrd' Brnernl, I .BtrenglhrBlnir' tonic indigestion: .
i to' I dale, Howard I. cashier of the Citizens National. OROVK'a TABTKUFSS chill TONIC drivr.out dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. \
was married Oscar were Mesdames Sam Rag ank. "The verdict of the people speaks!! Malaria.rnrichrHlhrttlmxl, ..ndbuildflitptlieiiy.. It's the quickest, surest stomach doctor v
: &* "' ty, Sunday In Or- I Katz, J. D. Woodbeck, Henry for itself" said Snlzer. "Without tctn. A true tonic I'ur aUultti aud children SOr in the world. It's wonderful I i

TThf weddIng Tur.rMat the I )verstreet, Chas. Bandy, W. J. Sears Monday evening.To money, without newspaper!! support __ __ r
8a.n Judge Joyce and Misses Dixon Turville and suggest the coming honeymoon and without organization I have elected I

'performllllt Ot'remony'; Virginia and Angle Makinsou. Tbeftnt harmingly planned farewell 6 o'clock Whitman, beaten Glynn and made <&0.G4. 0 } price, a handprinted talcum of> the honor guests the table center- Roosevelt. look like thirty cents." I t:

r ',"_ ,sFSfiafiFZ- haker, was won by Miss Maktnsonihd was a miniature train and min. Whitman had nothing to say except South
asa consolotion Mrs. Overstreet r.lece nit cals. filled with candy that "the result speaks for it- Apopka Citrus Nurseries I IThe I 1
;
,? .pendthie- emalndeI' of the month tra* awarded a handpainted. hairpin hearts were plate favors. self."

1 4 :-t. ere with the groom' parents. Upon lolder. Those enjoying Miss Carson's hosutality i

;\. their return south tkey, will go tot Punch ice 1 cream- "and cake wan were: Miss Btyan, Miss Marie TENNESSEE ELECTS RYE leading varieties!! of. Grapefruit -- .
:flames City to reside, erved. Huddle, Mrs. Arthur Webb of DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR "
and Oranges. The
,I, ;/. .Th&b'J l. the'dallghter of'Mrs.Whl'ri The next"meeting Will be held with Tampa and Misses Elizabetis"and -4 the lowest ; finest trees at, the .

"V. 'M.ver.tr.et. and a sister to Clerk .Irs. Sam Bagsdale.sC. Vnne C.lraon. Messrs. Weaver,"CgrTi Nashville, Tenn.-Thomas C. Rye, prices.

""k : L SSfe5ffJ&JfflSb : e C. Farmer, Everett. Roberta and Dr.DeLand. .' democratic nominee for governor, was!! Send for Free> Catalog .No--Today', :
.
;, '..d has 'aL rBENUPr1ALDINNER.; Gel'er./ elected chief executive of the stale by -
,/ her'jw wt'h courtesies -. what looks like almost Address \
. .. Among the\ pre-nuptial a landslideover
4
: ? / ranged 'for1)lle.Joe'; Berta Bryan .-Volusla county will con. his --republican opponent, Governor SOUTH i

nw' nt, SSy. vho"" became the i bride ot.jMri. aJKelao ; tract 6700 feet hard-suf faced t road, Ben :Hooper. Hoop !' is Just APOPKA NURSERIES"I' i

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