Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 20, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00673
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: fight with Sister Carlotta but that aT
Better'Babies' >nce, have returned to their ONE HUNDRED DELEGATES they favor rotation in office and that BICKERD1KE HOLDINGS; Illinois( He, has t been twenty ,.ears'IL,
N w: : amps after visiting Mr. and continuously away from Florid :
y; Miss
J y i I' ? Brevard is the next logical candidate I
i. ", K. .'Milliard and family for'days. ATTEND U. D. C. CONVENTION She is brilliant and capable, '' IMPROVEDThe says he I.."mighty glad"'to get back... 'j.
l \ a native of Florida and the daughterof TO BE His 'vocation heretofore has* been : P
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and One. ,of printing and reportorial ,work :'on
r Mrs. T. H. Reeves of Morn (Continued from Page .) one Florida's veterans. '
a': Tenn., have arrive in Ms- the cotton, tax refunded to,the south, Historical Meeting. newspapersexcepting one and 'one ,,r-.
week has witnessedan
'Hnr' "m :"l'hlJ'j'\ '"has T .,1.the. J.Jos.'I..1I inh4rentiUk : >rlYh'L nee to spend the wlnnter and haveen also the appeal to.the government One of the most interesting sessionsof amicable just adjustment passed and satisfaction half' years In,Cap U *native of.Ohio fields.Mrs.Fripp bu4.Vspent .
'Every baby K rooms with Mrs. F G. Thomon. that it recognise southern generals in the convention was the historical\ a ;
: a fair, start In IlfeI'c; meeting Wednesday when the of a mortgage heretofore existing: several ;years in Florida as a i
the in the Panama
naming military posts
liaa fahddren'born between Miss Elizabeth J. Blckerdike, the last ''.
, Private Soldier of
,.,, time getting ,*tfj, ***>j tlSek! Mrs R.'B. Savage and Messrs': R. chapterhave canal zone. During"the been received year into five the Confederate essays on Army" were read and of Chicago, 111.. and S." B. Aultman* she has been active In church and club 't u
.a. C. Savage and D. C. of Kissimmee., In She' and ,
-In tine ? Culver spent work Chicago. daughter \
yP awarded. The first-
the state division and applicationshave prizes prize was
.ft t; Monday in Winter Haven business Mr. Aultman owned approximately probably will not'come to KJisimmee Y
one in file dies bef or on a by Sister Esther Carlotta of St.
come for in four other won 4
t e' .nt and pleasure trip. seventy-five acres in and contiguous until after the holiday. .\
tft-betorellt.i 2 100 members Augustine, state president; second
*. places. Nearly were to Aultman's Gardens. On this reality Mis'Blckerdike-will be In Klsslm- f'
-- Sanderson
c etor the Miss in the division. The state prize by Mrs. Bessie of "
Blanche Barnes andJack reported he .nd.Mrs.-Aultm." in 1912 ex- mee several days next after"' : 4
Nov. 6, 1914. Hammond of Orlando, spent Sunday president reported all the chapters, Martha Reid chapter Jacksonville: ; ecuted a $12,000 mortgage in partial which she will return weep' .f
here as the guests of Miss Rose numbering forty, with twelve chil- third by Miss Wartmann of Dickison settlement and dissolution of the business probably returning to Florida laterin .i
I O'Berry. dren's chapters in addition, *s being chanter, Ocala. relations which had existed be- -
Friday _, .. __79 55 prosperous and thoroughly alive. The first prize was (100' second Miss' and Mr..Ault the. winter: .{:
Friends will,regret to learn that the Other interesting points of her report $50, third prize $25. The judges were Bickerdike 4 .
Saturday_ __ _83 ,53'i man. It is .estimated .,that. the annual:
two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ? r
'i Sunday __ __ __83 61 S. F. Fansler who live south of town, covered the educational work Hon. W. A. Blount of Pensacola, Florida has not escaped effects of catch of lobsters. in. the, world. Is,126,.. '"
done by the organization, which in-i i I Judge ,C. E. Harrison of The Tampa .L ,
Monday__ __ -.85 59i is seriously i ih this week. eludes twelve scholarships in Florida Times and Benjamin Harrison of the the world-wide and fulfilling stagnation the of terms businesshowever of! 000,000: .\..

//N Tuesday_ - __85 Go ii Born 'to Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Unleyon collages; the work of identifying the I I I Jacksonville Times-Union.. Supplementary I this mortgage, interfered with Mr. It
Wednesday u .85 66 Friday. October 30, a fine girl who photos of the signers of the secession judges for the third prize Aultman's other businesses. So he
t has been named Merle Eldred Unley. | ordinance of Florida and the work in were Dr. Farr of the state university, made a proposition to Miss Bicker-
I'the Confederate Veterans home of Dr. Blackman (lof Rollins college, and {
take forty- ] rrit
t ......... . . ..' . . .0.. Ocala Rev. were and Bunyon for the'Stevens Weaver-of I Jacksonville which includes providinga Mr. Hough of the Jacksonville Times- dike five acres whereby of this she land,) with over some : Cash Talks,
for the soldiers Union.To .
nurse minor and Mr. Aultman retains
Bryan wedding this week.J. and Christmas dinners, unforms, etc. fill in hours not devoted business '

J. Overstreet, of Orlando was in Welcome Program. several social event'were plan thirty Mr. and acres.Mrs Aultman deed to Miss - f-. : .: .
THE LOCAL HELD. the city on business the early part of Besides the delegates and visitors ned as a part of the convention. I Bickerdike the forty acres lying be- at
the week. a large audience of local people attended , Thursday afternoon the entire conven- tween Vine street, Rose avenue, Oak wFw
I the opening sesison of the'con tion body enjoyed -automobile ride also the .
field boxes street and Central avenue;
Cypress for sale
\ Li A --l Sl sa 1 W-LSSLLJ_* cheap. vention and heard the welcome accorded about the city and to St. Cloud. Thursday northwest
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. I five acres lying at the cor-
, CHIEF BILLY BOW-LEGS convention by speakers night,a large reception was given ner of Rose avenue and the Atlantic Parlor Market :
GUEST OF J. M. WILSON Mrs C. E. Denig came in from' voicing the hospitality of the city; I at the home of Hon. and Mrs. C. A. Coast Line railroad (Florida Midland .
.. Narcoosee Monday on a shopping Mayor H. R. May for the city Lewis CarRon Tonight the visitors will en- branch). Mr. Aultman retain twen- "
Billy Bow-Legs, one of the chiefs: of trip O'Bryan for the board of trade, C. F. j'ythe'showU; at the casino. ty acres: abutting the railroad on the Grocery
the Seminoles living in the Everglades W II. Heath of Lakeland was Johnson for the local press, W. B. Chapters in the following cities are north between Central and Rose avenues :ti
has been visiting in tbe city among the business vistors ol the Crow for the United Sons of Veteransand represented at the convention: Palat- and also ten adjoining acreswhich :
A;;. this week as the guest of Mr. and week. Mrs. B. B. Simpson for the hostess ka, Leesburg; Gainesville, two; Madison front on Rose avenue and Oak .
; Mrs. J. H. Wilson, jr. Will Bryan chapter. A response Miami, Marianna Dade City, St. street.W. Your money buy more here than ->|
'{ Billy: Bow-Leg' is a very pictures Misses Lola and Lottie Lawler I for the divison was given by State| Augustine Orlando, two; Oviedo, two; J. Fripp of Chicago was Miss at any other store in the city. OU ',
q. que character in his chieftain's regalia spent the week-end with friends in President Sister Esther Carlotta of ']Inverness; Jacksonville: three; Tampa Bickerdike's representative in the ne sell for "
.f' and attracts much attention on Bartow. the Anna Dummett chapter, St. Augustine I Clearwater, Ocala, Brooksville, gotiations. Henceforth Mr. Fripp price are lower because _we ,

./!, his eccasional visits here to Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hugh Reese, of accepted pily.chosen words Green Cove Springs St. Petersburg, will, be a citizen of Kissimmee. lie and cash and you son', hive to pay some ">

.j' Mrs. Wilson. Orlando, spent a few hours Sunday in graciously the welcome. Be- Lake City, Tallahassee, Bartow and Mrs. Fripp and their one daughter other fellow's unpaid bill*., Come.:and -,
the meteing the committee Arcadia.
fore evening will reside in the
lii-simmee. (thirteen old), ",:<
The built the
pavilion being on
t on credentials met in -a three-hour ---- let show
the Bickerdike property u* you.
dock by the Progressive club will be Mrs. Sanborn, of St. Cloud; is private session to prepare a report, or UDIRECTORS MEETING. cottage Oak on street. Mr. Fripp will
.. completed: this week and the work of spending some time in the city with the following day.ConOid facing Miss Bickerdike's agent as to /

' building an office for a boatkeeperwill friends I Over Delegate.The Next Tesday afternoon at 3 o'clock act this as and her other Florida interests, in Sugar ,Mlb fr .--_---..-,$I.Of.JC !

r,i? "' .a double betaken row up.of Inside seats the have pavilion been Judge and their Mrs.attractive T. M. Murphy home are vention business began Wednesday sessions of the morning con- the directors regular of monthly the Kissimmee 1 meeting Ice of and the ,. doing otherwise which improve he will the cultivate Bickerdike: and Oc1 Cobler Potatoes (peck) .....3Oc.t 9

" placed to face the waterfront and on occupying Vernon. avenue. new when the credentials: committee made Cold Storage company will be held at holdings here. Miss Bickerdike's! intention 3 (2lb.) can Tomatoes' _,.,_..JJO :. ,
'.1 seats line the three other sides of their report seating all delegates but the State Bank of Kissimmee. All is to erect in the near future Good Lard (Ib.) __._.10e'
the structure. Center seats will be 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case Mrs. J. R. Nolan of the Martha Reid members of the board are urged to residences her Compound J f w
several on property
': arranged for the-band. of Fever or Chills. Price-25 cents. chapter of Jacksonville. This precipitated attend. R T. BUTLER Mr. Fripp was. born In Virginia of 2-lb. can Corn .__--_____,.._!k '!;

\ W. B. Brokaw, with Griffink E. W. Garner has been up from considerable feeling and the 46-It President. South Carolina-Virginia parentagebut Meeker' Pancake flour -....,.;iOc. r''
Brothers, the tree people. 40tfUnfT Plant City spending several days this I minority leaders of the convention was reared in Florida, where he "
-- body immediately demanded an in- Good Coffee (lb.) ; :.. .:
, Whidden returned Sunday weekk with A. A. Tano.J. lived eighteen years, since which time -- 7' 'J

from Lake Okeechobee where he spent F. O'Berry has returned from vestigation Nolan and a of further charges report against by an Mrs.investigation Extra fine 4-tring Broom .,__1--30:; .J

several days with a force of hands Dade City where he attended a meet- committee, claiming that WE DO NOTMilk 10-1U. Snowdrift ____-___.--J1.15: ,
marking and branding cattle for Rull ing of grocers i from several comities. the credentials committee had declared Get YourFreshFat "
Bass. Mr. Whidden passed throughthe Misses Bessie and Celeste Mosley the", delegate Ineligible without a 12 Ibi whole grain Rice .__,._.'1.00, .

town of Okeechobee while away railroad of Kissimmee pent the 'weekeewith thorough investigation and without APALACHICOLAot Pork and Bean (can) '____...05e'; .,'
the east coast
and states
js now running trains to that Mis Irene Billiard.A. allowing self. Mrs. Nolan to defend her- i White House. Coffee ;;;:_......_-3IcCarro" ;:-
tae stars.Nor
place.' W... 'tjustus, bookkeeper at the motion asking for an Investigating aklm the milky .way '.," Be -Cucumbers,' I,String;,';
FOR SENT-Two 8-room flats with Citizens tank returned last week from committee was voted down, how- Nor the horn of '.1 I n"ee'lel'y'.nd all other Vegetable! ;3
modern e nees. Apply .at the a' to his old home .in.Indiana ever, then minority leaders gave notice the moon : : "
Gasette office. Randolph Young, postmaster at that they would take the matterup received daily ;.w;;" .

oi'the firm of'Ma Whittier, was looking after business with the general convention, which .. ,
Judge Warkm,< matters In this city Monday. meets in Savanna Ga., soon, appeal-
eey and Warlow, well known attorneys ing the matter to the court of appeals f But'for Purity -AT THEBroadway .__ SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY. '
of Ortantlo ,'W81 in Tues- Mrs. Alfred Donegan returned this .
of that '
day on business connected with the week from an extended visit with the is probable body.It that the election of}1 I Florida .Iud ,Wettern" Veal and 1
suit in ch.neery-Franci8 Williard family of her son, TUqsto, in Indiana. officers this afternoon will bring Our Butter Is. Best Cafe Mutton. Just the. thing for a"good : ;

Union (W. C. T. V.), against the Use Reed's Home Bakery Bread. .about another warm conflict, as the I. Sunday dinner. '' . 1Nip eL
Francis E. Hart Memorial chapter of I .
minority are supporting Miss Caroline i 'ml
Mrs. L. R. Farmer returned home iI v
the Woman's league Brevard of Tallahassee, for president ?
The bandstand in the Broadway yesterday from Oxford Fla., where against Sister Carlotta, who i I When you buy Apalacbicols: Oysters Fresh Frankfurter made ,daily )U"-!;f ,

parkway has received a new coat of she has been visting relatives.J. has been in office for five terms and is | Best Creamery Butter ________...40c | here you are sure of getting only .our own shop.Parlor. .

paint this week. It is quite attractive :- T. T. Tindall of Narcoseee, wa a candidate for re-election. Minority i Oleomargarine _______________25cI good -wholesome, ..strength-girioy ." 1 f, nt
/ now, with the woodwork all white. looking after busniess matters!! in Kis- leaders declare they have no personal I I Oysters direct from salt water. We J
Cream Cheese __ ______25e
The band anticipates beginning open simmee Tuesday. I I -- -- -- are prepared to supply you in any Market\

air concerts soon. C. A. Cole of akejand) was in the TAKES OFF DANDRUFF. Foil Pimento Cheese __________lOc I quantity-pints, quarts, .or by the

6 or 6 doses 668 will break any case city Wednesday looking after his bus- HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave Glass Pimento Cheese _________15c I gallon. Why not some for supper tonight c'
of Fever Chills. Price, 25 cents.
or iness here.
your Hair! Get a 25 cent Bottleof TDirect H. T. BA$$ 4w
and ,
Mrs. J. W. Barnhill Gus Smith came up from Lakelandthis Danderine right now-Also :a
Miss Ruby Mrs Eva Asbury, Miss week and spent a day or so visiting itching scalp. Shipments Received Daily .
Ruth Anbury and Mrs. Belle, of Marshall his mother and sister. stops ALL USE I I
Mo., have rome to Kisaimmee Proprietor .1S1 aT
to spend the winter. They are occupying Ask f
,' Mr.'Bmrnhill's cottage on Bryan Fred Hill of Narcoossee, was in the scalp of dandruff-that awful scurf.: PHONE '
street. city Monday. i I These is nothing so destructive to I . C c

11; 'C. Avant, who has been farmingat Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Johnston visited the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
Hastings the past several years, returned relatives at Avon Park last week.A. of its lustre, its strength and its very At .;
to Kissimmee last week and life; eventually producing a feverishness I '
has rented J. W. Miller's place just A. Moyer spent Tuesday in .: and itching: of the scalp which: -I I l lCome
north of the city, where he will en- Tampa. if not remedied causes the hair roots [ / Stanford*{Ft oQ
gage in trucking and general farming. "Books Rented" at Cole & Unley I to .shrink loosen and die-then the AYLORSPhone ,

County FaiTO Agent Evan.' mother Jewelry store. 11-6-tf hair falls out fast. A time-will little Danderine !
tonight-nowny surely
1 arrived Thursday from Georgia to Mrs. C. E. Lewis, of Elgin, 111, is a I save hair.
make her home with her son They visitor in the city.A. i your and Q
at I Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'sDanderine Best Hosiery Made r'Y
the Murphy cottage: I
are occupying and Posjriei H. Komson of -St. Cloud, was a from any drug store. You s
Church street
the corner of recent: visitor.E. I surely can have beautiful hair and lots j % 1 see
avenue. .of itJf..youwll) just try a little Dan-
E. Nitzel have returned D Hogan, manager of Uwe'TSver- Save hair! it!- '.
+ Mr. and Mrs. O. ferine.I your Try Quick Delivery Quick Delivery -
glade Cypress company's store at
,,, S from Ohio where they spent
the and are located on their Laughman, was looking after business I Hosiery
summer H
at Narcoosee for the matters in this city yesterday While - I
grove property /here Mr. Hogan went out and inspected : Ez
winter.Cypress. ,
his grove, which he found in excel t J
I \ field boxes for sale cheep.f lent condition: with a good crop of I ::J'JJ: _
f OSceola Lumber &: Furniture Co '29-tf fruit. Lft 11JJeI "-J

I Miss Helen Perdew represented the ReV. and Mrs. Bunyan Stevens of ) made We of want the finest yon over the invisible cotton body k4'v

Junior society of the Presbyterian Ocala spent a few days with friends )! knit over a strong sheer 'I x il
church at the Christian Endeavor convention in Kissimmee this week. Mr Stevens I invisible body of SIX PAIR ARE GUARANTEED .

,.i which met last week in San- is a former pastor of the Baptist y TO WEAR SIX MONTHS. If any of the t. ,,
, p church in this city and his-smission" Beautiful Sample HatsI I six pair fail in that y t
.ford.Miss Kate Smith, of Haines City, I here was the happy one of performing I 42."f" 1'
Webb, of Tampa, the marriage ceremony: at the ,, Y
and Mrs. Arthur
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. : Bryan-Weaver wedding. I want you to come and see this splendid collection of beautifully I
r' N. C. Bryan this week while here for i H. L. Clayton, who is associatedwith i trimmed SAMPLE HATS (no- two alike), which I will put on sale . '

w Weaver-Bryan wed mg. the Dann's Department store, is Saturday and Monday. Even at the lowest price.I can show you really

t Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Uffiftrhill and confined to his"room with an attack of .distinctive style in serviceable --- .. 'c

-- little and" Miss Gladys Alderman appendicitis. He has been very ill material Come and see *"") them with new j ,
son new Holeproof Get for
and of for several days but was reported bet these Hats priced atMRS.N.H.'NORRIS$3 95 $4 '95 member Jittn .J. i
have been visiting the city seveelh' ter this morning. j .. o .. ton every hose. Yon in will at the same PRICE .."food cot-[ ': '\' 4y

1. days this week. E. D. Malloy has purchased the J. I I : tr you try Holeprooft, t;, .

tf; "V; Mr. William R. ifelms of Kalama- >H. Smith concrete cottage on Brack I )

-1 "&oo, Mich., was a, Sunday visitor at street, and moved his family here 101 Broadway Kiscimmee. rF
r tthe s.-A. Bergen residence. Mr. Helms from Conoley. "$fr Malloy is presi I II I H. C.
where he dent'and treasurer of the nawly-form-< w .
baa a residence at St. Cloud, I :i I .RQ CO.
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In the :Cool HAL L P'
fjf; through- the administration to the pa. ]Mirror payer St Louis ha.'..'won '!i

I tient, of the old-fashioned "laughing lege. ..w.- x,
p"te the latest medical 9
discovrji lo.ln I }
circles, according to Dr. Herbert The Japanese new.r:lx e1 ,

C. Allen today, many women. }j
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Tbe treatment Dr. Allen '
t new announced )
,. has all the advantages of I'i How to Look Young. Women are most prefer .l
the famous German "twilight sleep" ,{ "The body orilluarlly \looks .q old an tary spies. r 1 ..

Without any of the dangers which he ;1s 1 the in I nd thinks and feels" say Ralph S e ti +

aid.attended that method. I : Waldo Trine lu the \Vum 0'1 (Home Japan has over 4,000 th f/

1 First Tried-in. June. .x H., Coinpttiiloii."Sliukexpeure. phone operator. hl v 1
'The ," treatment e .
-- ga was mitlrlpiited by many t
/ first tried last June at the Cumberland New York city has ov '
: 1'years the pmycbology of tbe times wbeu '1 m
Street hospital in Brooklyn. It I ". :I Ia Iar Iq Ir women bowlers. n :
| he said, 'It U the mild that makes the
'"was 'successful and since that time 1I C e e yu
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I body rich. Ao eminent modern writer Gre'-
more than a score of women have I A woman can exist on a tr
been visited by the stork while under I i| bas given utterance to tbe same |I f.od than a man. ee,

,its influence. Physicians kept their I I 1 truth more fully and more helpfully e nqe ,tom-

use of the new treatment secret. Dr. ptMjiaps In the following: Tbe prevail- Italy has 16,000 women cigar +1e

,.Allen stated that he knew of no other I ing state of mind or character of ers. idea

hospital in the world :where this ...' I| tbougbt shapes tbe body and feature I i I e e "" er,

treatment is being used. It makes us ugly or pleasing attractlve A child is born every sixteen sec- I ce

Superior to German Method.' f'' or repulsive, to others. Our I I onds in'Germany. ''tato
and ,
oxide -"laughing gas"
Nitrous ; thought shapes our gestures our oiaunorlum I and br nILu c.
oxygen, according to Dr. Allen, in suf- our walk Lima, Peru, has a women suffrage I and we t. r( the la1Ow '
flcent quantities to give insensibility organization.In ...
The least movement of muscle has .s r fu.'fJlr ; Sao., *
rY to pan( without producing uncon- [
sciousness. This is where the American \ a mood of mind a thought behind It the Melanesian islands women do The best method o 'te'ao1y-;! b"

treatment I is superior to theGer A mInd always determined bas alwaysa the proposing. toes is the following: Steam or boll .
i'Iran "twilight sleep In the determined walk. A mind always e S the potato until done. Pack dry in the ,

' the labor is prolonged ."Ii 1 weak, shifting vacillating and uncertain One woman in every three in the cans. Exhaust for 10 or 15 minutes. J
."while 'under the new method the pa- makes a shuffling shambling, uncertain pottery trade of Great Britain earns After the temperature of the potatoes ,
,""' dent, being conscious, can use voluntary gait The spirit of determlnatlou \less than $2.40. a week. reaches 180 to 190 degrees boil or ...y
methods. } S C process for about one hour and a half. "
. braces every muscle. It Is the
..,., Sensation Exhilarating.Tha Miss Agnes O'Day is running for
thought element of determination fillIng
..: ) patient under' the American I every muscle. If Bend I t" T ... . .. the nomination for secretary of statein SHOW YOUR KNOWLEDGE. .i
real- you -
.itment is able at all times to Colorado.
without suffering from you In thought tbe element of C these sentences :
Each of
SThari* going on Copyright l.v AIIKTICIIM Prom Aaaoclotlon. suggests j i
s iy' pain. Dr. Allen said that in his worry fret hatred or grief you are Before being organized women an author's name. Can you guess .

., .rml.nt. the patients had talked; putting lu action forces Injurious to With the advent brickmafters in England had to make I them ? '

: l tof! him all the time, assuring him your mind and body. Look at the falling )leaves with of the season of 1,000 bricks to earn 55 cents.It !. i Comes from a pig. '

'1 'tbat.they felt no pain whatever. dlcoutented. gloomy melancholy mid 1 frost in the air a suggestion of Like an oyster. heap is likely to be. ",
hoop rolling and roller is claimed that women medical Ii
Th. gas treatment is administered 111 tempered men or women and you skating the Worker in precious metal. '.
are sports most in students complete their much
vogue course
in .much the manner that one i r
n same will see on their- faces proofs of the children of the Humpbacked but not deformed.
dentist's chair. The amqng cities. In the quicker than man.I .
F takes gas" in a action of the silent force of their tin country there much e e An American manufacturing town.
\\'l' sensation, Dr. Alleh said, is exhilarating A".r:7 are more enjoy- I kneel 1 low to kiss him. ,
jluimitiil thought cutting curving and l able of I Pilgrims <
rather than oppressive. ways amusement. Take nut- The average earnings of women ;
'. I If. t'. < shaping them Into their present ex ting, for example. City children! sel- I employed in the clothing trade in Value of a word. .It';;

I .j presiiiou. Such: ix'oplc are ne\er In dom have u chance to roam the autumn I England is $2.12 per week. Makes men's clothes. 1,

H:f. Husband Wasn'tLike SILK 4L WUCIL. HU1T good health for the force acts on them woods in search of hickory nuts, C S Worn on the \head. ; ,
Caused with fire.
I IIH a |H>|HOU and created some form ofdisease. shagburkN, chestnuts and other choice Women among the lower classes in by playing .
\, Novel Heroes More women are interested! in the .' ". tree pioduets. that nature so plentiful New York have started a crusade Belonging to a monastery.Brighter I."f

;Afo j' tailored suit at this time of year than ly provides in many parts of the coun| against high rents. and wiser than the others.ladies' ,',
I in try. So these. I S e e garments.
other lacking
style of dress. delightful
New York.-Somewhere in the United any Everyone To Have Pink Cheek. expeditions A vital of the, body
v must have 1o the woods :! Women constitute only 4 per cent t
i a gown for the street, city children "
States a smiling young mother I'luk cbceks lire the result of The dwellings of ,
1 men.
while only the few lind the elaborate must be content) with parks and ;! of the persons engaged in transpor- I
Hilda I
'y 'her 2-year-old girl baby, Anna afternoon and evening frock u neccs- circulation. no inure or no less tool l lilrcnliillon walks for exercise and SICe-1 tation in this country. Bacon, Shelley, Goldsmith, Camp !
,!{ 'are in hiding and Abraham Pickard, I active The C C' bell Lowell, Pope Wordsworth Ij
I sity. Suits this season are plain, but uifiiiiH an conditionof little girl' in the picture is ; Taylor
b".I husband and father, Anna l is frantically Hilda and I([ their Chic is ob'vioim in the line. There nil bodily functions Where thereIs Mary Holland daughter! of ;Mrs. F.I I I Women are now prohibited from Hood, Burns, Abbot, Whittier, t

'searching for them. from New York I in a dooidefj 1 flare to i tunics and blurts. grout fatigue! nervousness or. on the Raymond Holland of New York and 'working between certain hours atnight Saxe, Harte, Holmes.

her mother ran away. little home because I I The suit pictured here is of dark blue other hand, languid l, sluggish! bodily Connecticut. Very obligingly this lit I: t., in fourteen J'.uropean countries. i
.: and their happy !I I silk and wool mixture. 'tle (girl posed I for the ah e aIn
had read too much Ibsen, of It has anal activities, whether from a too lazy life camera man.
1.they I I I
!rI\ whom 'Mrs. Freda Pickard is a great row foundation skirt and flaring tunic, or weakness, then the circulation Is Persia women are forbidden togo THE WANT ADMAN j 1'
the latter a continuation of the belted <-:-:-:- :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- :-:-:.+-:-:-:- .x----
,.admirer. In Ibsens great play, "'TheDoll's ,, not all that it should( be. We see then <. unveiled in the presence of any
body of the coat Dark blue I SAYS
velvet '
wife realizes man but her husb 'nd. :
House, a young pallor or a pasty look or displeasingand ,
and bone buttons trim the suit. I'MON; ; CENTER. C-l .
r .\that no mental sympathy exists be- positive sallowuess or a settled I I. a (""

l' tween her and her husband. "I have GAME OF HOMONYMS.In bluish look which speaks of actual UI) .,..>-= Teachers in Newton, Mass., kin If you lay aside this paper
: been living with a strange man for l'I health. None of three things can by dergarten schools receive only $300 a
she and this two '' I Rev. Chapman, of Tampa will salary. withoul reaning the want
-' -.. says goes away game persons are sent' means give the cheeks the becom year -
\; But Nora leaves the from the room and they select two I any bue of I preach for us Sunday morning and S S ads you will not have READ
ing pink
(1" 'baby to his father. worda which are pronounced alike but'' rosy ness. evening, November 8. He comes to us Of all the immigrants that come

"I In this respect her imitator in real have different meanings, such as Each woman Is a'law unto herself ( highly. recommended and a large attendance into the United States, women con- THE VALLEY GAZETTE"Florida's :

t life. has Improved on Nora. For sheE& bear-bare, see-sea, etc Suppose they and general directions cannot be laid I at both services is desired. stitute 85 per cent. ._ .-
settle upon the words bear and bare. flown for all. 'The weak pale and Hallowe'en was celebrated by quitea S e e

-un-disturbed Then they re-enter the room, and one nervous woman sometimes thinks she"cannotitand" number of the boys. Gates were It is estimated that in the United Greatest Weekly {

Ipi Anna Matilda might not find her says, thinking of bear, "It has a thick the daily cool shower torn down but no serious damage re- States there are over 8,000,000 women Newspaper" iC t

}, father Incompatible af all. coat" The other says, thinking of the brisk "walk, which shall put ber sulted. As Dr. Funk drove through who are illiterate.

,; ':The, baby's aunt, Mrs.. J. Levy, explains bare "It has no coat at all." Then Into a glow. Sometimes she really the lane between the Phillips' and

'" her sister's, disappearance as they continue to contradict each other, "cannot stand It." .jet sometimes thatyeq and Hughey groves, the crowd con- Seabreeze.-Michael Shots let con-
J tinued their celebration Cunt Old Sons Other Reswdlss WssTCsn.Tbe : .
telling the truth about his own word by throwing
follows: tract to erect bathing for
weakness must be faced and
,"My sister Freda went to'schoolln until the players guess what the word: over grapefruits; breaking the glass In the Nautilus Casino 75x175 feet salt and wont cam no matter of bow loss ataadiaa
At ant such methods ; ; cured by the wonderful,
come. are old reliable Dft
she a great is. The first one guessing must choosehis may rear of the car; Luckily none of the 1
.,Sweden and acquired there fresh water pools and medicinal baths. Porter'i Antiseptic Healloa; OH. It relieve* ;
leave her :
... admiration for Ibsenand the other partner and !leave the room 'to seem to more weak abd almost occupants were hurt. This is a. serious Pala Sad Hew at the same time. 23c.Mc.tljM ,di

n-.big{ 'Scandinavian writers. She was think up. another homonym ,, and the trembling but If she will persist offense and we would suggest that the ,h
highly educated; and after she came to game' I. repeated until the children she will' note that these unpleasant boys celebrate the thirty-first' Octo-

IfHAmerica she wanted to study to be a want to play something else. symptoms are disappearing and that ber "on a smaller scale" next year.: .4

doctor. Then she met her husband ber strength as well as l her color Is improving Miss Evelyn Smith visited Mrs.

;' and fell in love with him. every day. Such a woman bas |Claude Tison in Kiasimmee last Mon-

Cj:,' fOIl 'warned her that they were not i' WITH SEPARATE SKIRTS. become weak and pale just because 1 iday.

"-.itr true mates, but she laughed at me. she bas succumbed to tbe thought tbat We understand that -Mr.: Hilliardhas \

Soon Freda found that her husband Basques Fop General l Utility Wear Exploited that was ber part and lot In life. But purchased a new car and that a
not interested in the things that This Season. new garage is under construction at
resisting It sbe rises Into better health his hom i r tl ?, {
interested her. Basques are made to with I
},I't"He was. not even tempered and arate skirts. One of them wear Is lllustrat sep I I and more vigorous energy day by day. ,:' Mrs. Nellie Wetherbee returned ii '

'' sometimes he would scold just be- ed here. I It Is of white organdie, plain I from i Sanford Sunday afternoon, ''lt .
t .cause she read so much. When he about tbe Eradicating "Beauty Spota." where 1 she attended the Christian Endeavor I a' r , I o
tiles and gathered above theOBOAWDIB
'i. stormed she would never answer him. "Bpsuty npots" are the names given convention. If you want to | _

; She wouldn't .even cry. But one day to the dlsflKurinK! little blemishes I hear an interesting and helpful report, _

l,i'! 'when he got in a big temrer she 1 1t look- which seem to play havoc with com come to the Christian Endeavor meeting ,

S. "ed at him and said while the baby was plexloim at this season of the ""ur. 1 Sunday night.Mr. _

!vA Sitting in her lap: Let It be clearly understood that and Mrs. Cross, of Kissimmee .. '1 I . t .
"Listen! I am going to leave you. pimples. are not caused 1 by frosty j are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. \Ueth- \ / , r
"'; .
t"So She went away with her haby erbee this week. ti.f
arid afterwards her husband found her dY' tv I damp, dry, hot or, !In fart, any other Mrs. C Mason Smith and daughter t C: J

.} and begged her to return. kind of weather, but make their appearance called on Mrs. Jeff Barber, _

. "Let us have a trial reconciliation lu direct connection wltfh an I vey and Mrs. Lawson last Wednesdays,

}Che' said, and she answered 'Do you unsatisfactory condition of the bloodor ;i afternoon e
'd K want me to be false I can't live with digestion or the general health. The members of the Ladies' Aid I i

...') I take your pay and wife You may lessen tbe Inflamed appear. society met with Mrs. Wetherbee Fri- S r vs"s"
1>t you and pretend I was a loving once of a "beauty spot" by tbe appll- day afternoon to consider new plans *

but I won't do"it. Do you hear, Abra- i cation of -n lotion, but you can only for the coming year. Dainty refresh-

'.hamrf. I won't do it. | remove It and the cause as well as ments were served by the hostess, as- ,iI
I't i "Abraham cried-yes, he cried-and sisted by Miss Evelyn Smith, who was '
the of further Yes
r ib.'ge3'ber to change her mind, but probability a appearance I Mrs. Wetherbee's guest several days I -Sometimes It Is-But Look
of the
Ni? ,she wouldn't. And so Saturday she a eruptions by getting tbe last week.

.f- ";, ;&*, then Is the treatment? Eat fruit at J "Bump"
; ;she Is.V. proof last week. Comes.'j'
t i Which I It/all very well so far as K'P every meal and plenty of It. Drink Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee and son, '

t, Mrs." Freda Pickard Is concerned it.If.Hhatlsrtheway.she copious draughts of cold water, fresh George, and family, were guests of Ira A man may f o on quite a while spending every dollar he earn ....,

r feels about and filtered. Take a constitutional and Nellie Wetherbee on Tuesday as soon or even before eta it and have '
Ma- r- I' a mat time doing it !
But it seems pretty hard on Anna 4 and a brisk rubdown before breakfast evening, the happy occasion being the but eventually "thorn. will .how. ;li,;
tilde, for I don't believe she cares any every morning. thirty-first wedding anniversary 'of :,

.,' r! I 1 MEDICINE IN FOODS. : served by the hostess and
.1. WOMEN' FAVOR STORK STRIKE. The garden is a great medicine we join in wishing them many happy mis-spent dimes and dollars would come into mighty food:play. f L '.

:V A "stork strike" was endorsed by chest .Be your own doctor and lookto returns of the day. The time to throw off the spending habit is now- t
Fred Joe and Bob and Ever-
t h,:over 900 delegates' 'to the W. C. T. U. t If your own wakeful slight ailments. ett Smith, spent Sunday Harvey at Union start by depositing ju.t a little each week in this bank, '"
--1 convention ,at: Akron, Ohio, as a : you are eat lettuce. For and how f'1
r affections of the skin and for yellow Center and resumed their work in sea more comfortable and independent ij u I Ii.
of'forcing..the, patrons of I .
VTneans I skin eat onions. Onions are also goodtot town Monday morning you will feel as the habit grows and your dollarsmultiply. : J
world .to.ltop ..warfare. The sugges- ?,
: colds, coughs, scrofula. Mr. Wetherbee, Mr. and Mrs. Cross .
P7J, ;jtton .was offered by: Mrs. Viola Ro- I For a torpid,liver eat freely of as and Mrs. Cohoon spent several daysat j1r;
> ? iy .ne-of Columbus, Ohio, state secretary the tatter's place at Zantee last t
of the W..C. T.U, Among those the bowels week. They report a vepenjoya le '
:">y -who spoka In ..favor of It was. Mrs. BUQVJL' berries. are diseased try black- ,I I I time. STATE BANK OF : 1

Rlcketts 8nellr prominent Cincinnati For malaria and general breakdown < .
/-'clubwoman. T waist line. The flaring colla .. stalked sat cranberries.If l AN ACTIVE LIVER MEANS

I f' ?. 'Women; lufreragon7to"brlne cbl1t..4r organdie n dntsbefl ....'m a omai ev HEALTH. KISSIMMEE '
nervous and Irritable eat plentyof
n Into the world 1 and the European moire ribbon. \
vwarhaj'ptoved that thsaefchlldren, Skirts seem to- grow shorter. Many celery.For I If you want good health, a dear i itMeoca.m
""noon'.nd' shrapnel o< tbe aew. tailored frocks constipation eat fruits ripe and complexion and freedom from Dizziness Capital stack
'" meal. tbe healthy fruits. Fresh fruits : --------?---------- ____$100,000.00
'Tttoesaid "Men do are good; ---------
; ,H... SnelL buttoned boot above the 'snkb. and Constipation Dillou....,.Head-
/so are figs and dates Raialn8'.re ben
tj; understand ,th. rain. '.of,;human* dancing< skirts are even shorter: .. eficial. aches and Indigestion. take Dr. King'sNew ------.1---------------_______.400,000.00Officer '-a,
In the terms that women do. ,Tbe buttoned Mtre.t boot now has.aUght 1 Ltfe When the .is In condition
01l'ared body good
of Franc have e.en' and undigested foods dear
"Meat '
welted sole and ,i't rv.d. and Direct.
H.theywiUttheir6ytlar.old.onsto : keep it in good condition by denying t,
Tote to Frenchwomen the BloOd and 'cure Constipation. Only
bat,tltll heel la broad .
enough at
the appetite what .has ones injured the -
; : ofto.l ,base for comfortable:walking.";;' body. One can everything for himself 25c r at your druggist. S. C..A. CARSON.. Pmt. J. M. LEK.: VICe Prwt 1 'ti

,1/ tit"all .women would"onljil baud't0-' .' Dancing boots are exceedlnglAUatylwtta by eating the right thing and not St. Peter burg.:-.City let contract to M.,KATZ. 2nd ;, i thin turned soles and essVred too much of. It and:by lens alonetb.'wrong'thing '
: and refus. to supply the armies blgh W. .C. BelUT'l& Son 'St. Petersburg '. ,

., ,"'.''worlel! :with' so ns, .> ...think w. 'Both' street'and'dancing boots and all of JU HI. to:erect Carnegi..libraryl. fireproof;; > !; ',s, 4.
... ". x v, ,..howo.u.. tof 01. .contrasting ..-... I caD-cIo more than doctors'can-do for Spanish',tile '.rooftsteam :heatoo.t''t'it .. ..
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'Ca ,, , ,
th. 'U' '
\', ,. !f'. < J. 0" { ht , TOeAI'PLlis business, purposes or Indicate Q edgementa.. TO. D. Mal1oy, ; XL! L. Lely aMoir
"" '. .:. "' PATENT. herein or owning or objects any prop'erty and Lewis O'Bryan personally known H.E.BAiLBY !
. /," ,. of any:'kind -mentioned herein 01; to m* to b* the person described In ; ; ? ,
,'- liven tha.t} the''qigeed any corporation owning.or hold' g and who executed the foregoing artl ., .1\
'. ", Intend to anplr to the. Uoveitor or obligations. ofan such corporation ales *f Incorporation, and upon beingduly Painting sad Paper Hargblg
: ;': ; of the State of Florida, on Tue*. and. or holders severally sworn thy acknowl-
( ( .,ery, k. ,e &IM : ',,on ,".''' er" day ,Noy..r 47th.. 1914' for 'letters, of anr ocksl bonds or obligation: *.. dg.ea e' .. thereorTorVS OR'W &S-t1r8PECI .,
i x.14 p.tsnt 811. the -f&llo..lna. ". 14<. """ to ,y irgis atrTK Mght7Tt>dw.r. anprivileges Des and purpose lher.l.expr.used.'This '* .11 M.bbette'Street. t b the
material charter. I IEo of ownership thereof and ,11th day.ot Ootober < '
; FRIDAY, MO E t' wanj : n; D. MAUxjrt to exercise. all and any voting' power A. .4' It" ,S -tfc. .
aelld.y, October 20. K' LESLEY thereof; to sell, mortgage, ..ub..let.pled& 'ALBKRTA.' HOP8ON. .
j wr than 110.000' h.i 1 1 I ''LEWIS 0BRYAN.PHOIORn ;*. Mr*., lease or convey the property Notary Public. State of Florida My -7"'t -_. ... ., ._ ._._- ..
'' of this corporation or any partthereof Commission expire December sth, A. ,
'bed and ahlp.ectlon' (-HAHTKR Of MAI.IOV.LIUSL.KV '
5.tNM 5.
Thai a at will and to Invest the pro. P. Itls. 44.41A. F.
Cl 1 e for the-' fight i CATTI.II1. VUMPANY.. ceeds at pl.a.ure and, In .uob man-. .- THRASHER;
citrus: canker'' disease. >,In nor all maybe determined the bylaws .' NOTU'IiI''roR, I'UIILlCATIOlvV ;
br ,;...... n c
nile ARTICLE ; to onduc.t any part lls business }
? j I, Ten: The name of this corporation'' shall and .to have offices and ....01"1.. nKPANTMMMT OV TIIH INTKRIOH. SHEET METAL WORKER,
: r cars of grapefruit at such pluoes Inn this State and otherState. U. S. Land Office at Ualnesvllle. Via.,
shp + I ed from this point,, last be MALLOY-LESLhY.CATTLE Its principal place'of'COM-bus- or foreign i countries .. maybe October 11.,1814. ',.. "' Steel Ceilings( a Specialty;" r'.V
y ,4' .... ? .. I. y...., + r.. :Mlf b* In the City of Klsslm- ,' requisite or necessary for the oarryingfan Notice'I' t. hereby tlven) that SilvanL. I"hOll.14'.R.. Klsdlsme.1i'li.-;
'.... mee Osceola County.., Florida, with of said business or furthering the Hergert. of Loujthman-Florida' who. ;
needs of said corporation, said neo.ssity made homesteadentry
on March 14. 1111.
branch offices- such place 'place
{ I III In the State of Florida and other or places to be determined In the descre- I % No. 01 1.551. for MB 1-4 of MB' 14.Hectlon J ,
'Jf, < etterBa.b, s' ,tti NNOMH000000000 In the United State or In foreign countries lion and Judgment of the Board of Directors I Township' 14 South has Rang I DR;. J. w, SIMPSON \, ; J
I ;' ,<'' : w a* the directors may determine. : to receive payment for capital 11 Ksst: T.lJahaa. Meridian filed 1.J
stock subscribed for In money or prop. notice of Intention to make oommutatlon -
ARTICLE IL : arty, labor or services at a Just valuation proof to establish claim\ to the :
od"St jQ g n' ranger The general nature of the' businessto therefor In the discretion orudxment and above described, before Clerk of DEIITISTnUp.tslr's
t)1.4fU"6 he transacted by said corporationshall of the Board of Dlreetorat to Circuit Court at Klsslmmee Florida In' Kos Build In : .') Sx
be to buy. cell manaire, Iras make contracts of any kinds whatsoever on the 17th day of December. .1... ** ,
and develop lands and conduct a' if.n- for the furtherance of .Jta purposes witnesses ..I.v.. Y'a m. to 12 oa.q ,
Claimant names aa d6"Iil7R HdlRSt
.t/t!: '{ +t t jj11r-iril".. 'V)." .". M.bI'lH! : re you looking for a faEn'J .-... oral real estate business and to buy or business. Including; agreements Parsons. of Lou..hman, Klorlda; Chaa.Krecek l 1:3He &:30p. m.; ,
baa th. nbNl1\-. and sell land on It. own'aceoUnt. and *or contracts between the aald Florida i. L1I..r. }
,ba1l7 of Loughman, ; 'T.lephoue No. 70 lllQ 5..
on commission to build on. own improve hrifDR.
11 corporation and Individuals or other of LouUhman.. KloHdai J. W.
in life.
\0 a fair atari t Either and develop land owned by this corporation In any of the linen of Campbell of Lougbmnn. Florida. 1
( tltlMJl.'fe U" corporation; manufacture lumber, business of this corporation: to do any
'I'B alto HENRY S. CHUHB. ]
tlmlx-r. stores crossrtles, turpentine.
oT and alt, things th'at are or may b. nccesiiary 4<<<-5t 1. Heglster.NOTICH I. rI
y tp timber products, and to lea**. or proper done for the -
4kaf 'tt-I17d large or small i !'I. hlti-, own and act a. broker factor or furtherance of hu"r of this von PUBLICATION.. DENTIS1 r"
'lIt. In the sale, ;
"'< purchase manu corporation or for carrying Into effect .
and real DEPARTMENT OK Til R INTERIOR. h'Office ,:
B' facture disposition of property the herein aranted.AnrrcLK .
powers !
>-h.forait ret+econadoaeneaaw and products thereof and commodities U. S. Land pfflc at Oalneavllle.T FI... over Cole' Jewelry Store ;
: ? sfoods. wares and merchandise of if. October ITth.tlll" , 1,
"t 01f every kind. Including naval stores, The capital stork of the'cornorntlon Notice Is hereby glteu' that Wesley ,Office Hour\; 8-19,1-5 i ; ys
+ fOfO.ttb . blacksmith's and cooper's tool and Im shall be Fifty Thousand, and 00-100 Brock of Lougrlunan A-Fla-, who oq Office phone 168 'I;
fill hollers, to be divided Into Five Hundred March S4th. Itll, mad homestead .n*
Y. p14menand mill tools and -
i saw Implements shares of the par value of OneHundred ... ,Residence," k23 '. (
of all .orl.; to operate try No. 0116S5.; for BW! of. BE"- ; /,;
; conduct saw mill., planlnir mill., and Dollars each which said cap Ion 1$. WH of MB* and NWU ofSIiI" Gas administered for extraktiort ofteetb' !:
so all 'business Incident thereto, to buy ital stock may be paid for In cash orIn ;- section It of Township It south ,
1 false and sell cattle and live, stock of .property labor, or nervlces nt a Just. range II east. Tallahassee Meridian . _... .J
valuation to he fixed by the Directorsof hum filed notice of Intention to make
I nil kinds; to purchase deal In beefand I ,
beef product.; to own hold and the companyat. a meeting called for commutation proof, to' establish claim ha
' sell lands for pasture and cattle range: that purpose.ArtTICl.K to the land above described, before Clerkof H. S. GEIGER
Ask to own operate, lease, hire, use and IV. Circuit Court at Kleslmntee' Flor. DR. ,_
maintain docks, wharves, elevators, The. term for which this corporation' Ida, on the Ird day of December It 14. PHYICIAf AND' .
Mrs. Summers presses, tanks and storage facilities of shall ellM shall be perpetual.: ; Claimant I names as witnesses: JamesWhldden. Citizens Bank' Building '
every kind and to receive profits and ARTICLE V. of Loughman. Florldal) Rob.
tolls I therefrom; to buy sell, handle for The officers' of this corporation shallbe ert H. Ellington, of Louarhman, Florida BUsslmraee Florida" L
608 Penfi ld St. block Its own yicrouni: on commission l turpentine : a Prc.ld"nVlc... President a Secretary ; William J. Oarrett of Lousrhman.
one and Treasurer and Hoard of Phona.i'Offle.) 297 or 64
rosin all kinds of naval a a FlorIda: W. T. Lamb, of Loughman.Klorlda.
west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde, .tor.... timber and agricultural products not leas. than three nor. more than nine '
the 2nd avenue west of court- ; to operate stills and machlenry Dlrectom. The office of Treasurer maybe HENRT & CHUBB. Residence 265. 144T

+ house south for the manufacture of naval stores "a'f' ; : [: ro.f said 44l Register.NOTICE
; Photo 9 by American Pre. Association. leading ) i"O product of every description; to erect m shall.
'", MIlL LALLA VXXDERVBIDX. and maintain tanks and warehouses for be selected at the annual stockholders FOR PUBLICATION -
OOOOOOOiOOOOOO'OOOOOO' the storage of naval stores and cotton meeting to be held In the City of htlnslmmeo '', .
"It came to me quite suddenly this and other products and to Issue storage Osceola" County, Florida, on Department of the Interior. t.
r' or warehouse. receipts against the the third Monday of December of each Serial No. 6..4M. M. RIVERS. M, D.-
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plan to get help for my' people. One beginning I lit the 1914. Gainesyule I
same; to compound and refine oils; to year ; year United Slates Land Office at ,
,4' moment 1 had not thought of il; the Whenever You Need General Tonic manufacture, wn buy sell. and deal i In Until the first annual meeting; of the Fla.. October 14. 114. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
: next I knew it was the right thing Take OI'OYO'sTbe barrels, headings staves, stills, supplies stockholders, and until the officers Notice Is hereby (given that James B.Whldden. . )
and materials of similar kinds above mentioned are elected and qualified of Florida who Osoebla
to Loughman. Office Pharmacy
; 6
t' ,er .
, the only thing that I could do. Old Standard Grove's Tasteless buy. deal groceries dry at the first election, the officersof on July 10. 10. mad homestead entry. .
//1' That is the way Mme. Lalla Van- chill Tonic Is equally valuable .. a goods, hardware and 1:11': kinds of merchandise the corporation shall be: E. D. MA1- No. 06 U'. for 81.1 of 8W1-4. SW1-4 ReYLdeno 63"
!' dervelde, wife of the Belgian minister General Tonic because It contain the ; to build buy. sell, lease, manage loy. President and Treasurer; E. L. of 8Kf-4 mid NWI-4 of 8W1-4. Section PHOMRSL J Of11oe 148w
tt own control hire, charter or operate Lesley Vice-President; Lewis O'Rryan.Secretary 21 Township 16 South, Range IT 1
'f, of state, describes the impulse that I well known tonic properties QUININE vessels. tramways. railways, ; E. D. Malloy E. I* Lesleyand East, fallahaaaee Meridian, has filed
':. led her to come to America to ask and IRON. It acts on the Uver. Drives bridges, lighters engines, cars or other Lewis O'Bryan Directors. The notice of Intention to Five-year .
the people of this country for $1,000- oat Malaria Enriches the Blood and vehicles or means of transportation of stockholders shall meet In the City of Proof, to establish ..rko the land ,
'i; Build the Whole System. 50 cents. the products of property held owned, KISRlmmee.. Osceola County Florida, at above described before Clerk of Cir- L WINN '
I, 000 with which to succor the homeless up controlled or manufactured by said the office of this. corporation on Thursday cuit Court. at Klsslmmee, Florida, on J
" mothers and little children of that wart company or other persons or corporation November 1(14 for: the purpose the lGth day of December. 1114. i i.l
stricken land.ORLANDO. In connection with the businessof of adoptingbylaws and completing Claimant names as witnesses: PHYSICIAN -_ ; .l
. this company but not to use acid the organization of this corpo..atlon. Dr. C. W. Hollowajr. of Loug-hman,
transportation for the purpose Florida. Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.aanossic.Taos.11 .
S.11.'BUROCKREAL .n'.t: doing the business: of a common ARTICLE VI. J. H. Webb of Loughman. Florida.V. '*
; carrier to raise, buy, The highest amount of Indebtednessto KtssiHiraa.
' : produce T. Lamb, of Loughman Florida. OmerPros.17. rrosma
SHOWING i sell. Exchange and deal In trees, plants, which this corporation shall at anytime R. H. Klllngton, of Louffhman.
f 1 shrubs, cereals and any and all kindsof subject Itself shall be One Hun.
vegetable products and citrus' dred Thousand Dollar ($100,000.00). Florida.HENRY 8. CHUBB. Register.
frI C. L. HYATT ?
ESTATE i frunlt trees, hay and grain, and doa : ARTICLE VII. 4lt DR.
GREAT'GROYrfH The names. and residences of the incorporators aDelSUI'I'IO. ; }
general business to con
nursery ; ,
..m..*.**mm*..m***%.* .. erect, operate and maintain a of this corporation, .
packing house or packing houses and with the amount of stock subscribedfor Protestant of the United State.
i INSURANCEExamination canning factory for fruits, meats and by each, are. as follows: gave $)6,389,000 to foreign minion phones ,
Orlando.-Before Lake, Osceola and vegetables of all kinds, to produce, E. D. Malloy Orange County Florida. in 1913. Office 197 Klsslmmee

t Seminole counties were formed partly of Titles a buy. or otherwise acquire and sell or XI6 E.shares.L. Lesley, Klsslmmee Florida. SSf '
otherwise dispose of the products of : Rea. 24 ,Florida

I or county wholly had out an of area its territory of 2,050, Orange square such factories packing, packing or canning house or factory packing or; shares.10 Lewis shares O'Bryan, Klsslmmee Florida. Malaria or Chills & Fever '". I :: : : ,

miles or 1,440,000 acres, and possessed Specialty. houses; to subscribe for purchase receive. .- BJ. D. MALLOT. I' : :

of some of the richest and most choice .own sell hold and for dispose Investment of and or make otherwise E. L. LESLRT.LBWIS Prescription No.III Is prepared especially D. GEIGER.' ':, f

lands to be found in the state. TorresDondence Solicited, advancements upon stocks shares, O'BRTAN.. for. MALARIA or CHILL a. rCVCR. I -----9-, .....t<.
The population of this territory in bond., securities. or obligations of other 8TATFJ OF FLORIDA Five or els dose will break may ess*, andIf ATTORNEYATlAWOffice
corporations whatsoever, whereverlocated [ taken hen a* s tonic the Fever will net : ,J
i 1880, aa given out by the United r
On this ba- ;
day appeared
originated or engaged In or personally i '
Stas rpnjus authorities, was only pursuing any one or more kinds ofPROGRESSIVE for me an ofrletr duly authorised to return. It act on the liver better than State Bank Building . ,\'
G,61S,1at; a subsequent census five; 4>4>4>. 4>4> > 4> 000000000 administer oath and take aoknowlF. 1 Calomel and doee not grips o>sscken. 2So Klsslminee, Florida, -,
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years later showed an increase of :- :' < -. r
I 8,807, with a total population of 15- 1+11 .- :.'
425. The aggregate assessed valuation GOO.: Ff. PARKER.-, ; :

of real and personal property at ..
that date was given as $4,230,182, AT LAW : AttorneytLaw: ; .t. ;'
while now the capital city itself has a '
real and personal valuation of almost Collections. CoDVeyae
f6.000,000., .SPECIALIZING )INABSTRACT I' Specialties ,
, rh.countythat'in 1880 could only ." 112% Broadway' ,

muster a combined vote of 3,025 at a ,, ,>1;" :

time when there was little restrictions : AND ,,- :;,I!, ,1' ?' , Business ,-; : i';

registration II' JUlltly proud of \ PeopleYou '

..;r its capital which now has a-white voting TK BANK BLDQ. j '..

population of more than 1,200 ATTORNEY, LAW KissmmB. FLA.;

people.Concentration. is just as marked today . . + . . . . c t. . Examination of Titles a SJpeclaly,' j

; as it was in the early period and -..-- Should KnowKISSIMMEE Notification and payment. taxes ,>oi. y If'r

the majority of settlers in Orange I non-resident (given careful_ '

i county locate in and about the county NOTICB. attention. ",
capital which i is advancing at a rate :, .
I. Circuit C..rtIlk. JaJUelal Clrraltof
that portends a great inlarkl city, with Florida, I. ..d f... O..t,.. [ I ;
; trolley lines reaching out in every di- la Caaateery. IN Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett

rection, connecting, with the pro'lr>prOUR i I
IAlleraey. I
nlarby towns and villages that A FREE DEALER. "
at Law
'+. this splendid agricultural Rection. I IoOOt'.tOO.O.t '
Notice to all to whom It may concern Office 10, 11 A 12 ,
that bra B. F. Blake (Nettle Blake), .J
OOO of St. Cloud. Osceola County Florida I I Citizens Bank Bldg., 7I,, :t. .
frame. ,
will apply to the Honorable W. Clisiramee Florida. JlR
\ Perkins. .Tud Circuit Court of ,
} 90 IN FLORIDA 'TRUCK FIELDS. the Seventh JUdicial Circuit. In and for . f. .
OI, Osoeola County State of Florida, on the . ti ,t vI

ry 7 O>+O-fll 0 t I 0 I t I HI I 0-+-1 10th day of October wherever A. D. 1(14. at DnLand Louts 0. BLUeST T. riOTOH WABLOW- .., I I
Florida, or he mar be ute Coumel for "...*s of 1M. t c
Estero.-Fruit is moving daily Jn for a license to manage take chare of Florida a. a. --. Ctemied Carr .
and control her property and to becomea ,
ti carlots from this section. Almost ther I free dealer In every respect.H. & WARLOW :
]yfASSEY .
>, entil, wi by boat down \ D. QEIQER t
; H. 11' 114
*.:the, Caloja flpK-e river to Fort I Petitioner's Solooltor.Dated ATTORNEYS AND Cow 1 '
Sept. 11, A. D. 1114. '
[.;\M very, rT >, and other points.KU2 Carpenter and Repair Shop Hardware Cutlery, Bent AT LAW ;,J.J 1.1 rote

na.-'-D: &; J. Bain are chipping I 'Pnetieel* ell Ute OeurtrM MM

,. ,. .,Theil1 crop of grapefruit this week. IN COURT STATE'atF OF COUNTY FLORIDA.In JUDGE, Inside Furnishings, Screening: Store Supplies andMachinery. t he United SUte*. sine belefre the V..dc.r 1.
I ro-dCommlsekm. and the t1'.r
7 .Y"\ Truckers are busy planting crop and re Estate of and Cabinet Work Commlo:b.. J.UTH.IJ"' :'1

1-'1"--weather conditions are, line CHRIS KAENNEU Osceola County. Our Specialty. 1-14 OABUSTNMI BUM.nv O H.. ,
: '* Chulu .-Fruit is ripehing nicely Notice Is hereby given, to all whom It 10 Breiadway. tUH6001\,Ii. '
may concern that on the 1st day of
of the cooler weather Ijib..J.
<>& 'account
A. D. I
March 1515. shall to the
rya: and groves arc in fine condi- Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said J. W. PRENTIS WATERS CARSON GROCERY O. F. BASS.Contractor PIV
:Irons Court a* Judge of Probate, for my finaldischarge H. JENKINS

""i i'fi:!: ,, White City.- complete house at of Chris-as Administrator Kaennel, deceased of the; and estate I Pianos, Organs, Talking Machine, Ce.Everylhag. In is 1 ik

I. Midway about ind fruit that at the same time I will present to Sewing Machines. Plain and DecorativePal.Unl' SURVEYOR 'ter

11 f T (shipments will begin soon. said Court my final account a. Administrator I aad Pape -ha.c1J1. .,
Rains in this section of said estate, and ask for their to Eeat.
,Y. Sebastian.- in approval.J. Broadway 115 Sprenle Ave. Phone $7. Fraternity Ball Jtiaaba....., "'-':.
and vegetable crops
,l have put fruit I H. HALLEY Administrator I
'4'' .:'splendid Condition: Dated Sept. lit... A. D. 114.D ", -
_ E. MAGEE faif.e
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t Machine and 9 Are. and DalLier JL. J. HICKS /I;
Adding Darlington Carpenter DR. ;


'I' Typewriter Property Sold oaCoamlaaioa. Jeb Work' and' General RepairingSaw + and Surgeon, _; '. '

; ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES For Sale. Filing Darliagten a Specialty'IS Ave. Office Pbonea ,I.- _i,., ik t '

; State Bank Bid. Offs! 41=R.i i..':'.' Ih y.
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.- inni Dares RheuMatic Paias Away, Ret system.It D. G. MEAT REAL ESATK T. B. ELLIS .. '
t 1 sad BladderDisorder matters not how old you are or
pBeve'- Backache After A Few how long you have suffered, Croxone Dry Goods Oothlag. Sheen. AGENCY Electrical: CentracUr J. W. T1 ompsQu. ,

is so prepared that it is practically I ....
;. .'- [Doe Ar. Take. impossible to take it into the human ,..> ,"'raI I.... Graystoe Slick: Water and Ugmt CeDectorPfcene \

system without results. You will find ..

Sleep' disturbing bladder 'weak- it different from all other remedies. Se and lie Stern en Third Fteov, Sell La.4.AajnriMr* M Ca....... 22. 8 DarUnteat Av.. "; .

'flues, backache rheumaU.mi' and There i I. nothing else on earth like it. FUNERAL DUtECTOR' 't tUCQfSED I.y

the many other ments It starts .. ,;
towork immediately and l 7, . ;
+ which so commonly'come: : with'declin- more than a few'doseare. seldom .J.,D- CLARK 42OLB41UNLKY- KRKEST. L. CItED_ .f
need no source: f : ,' ; '
Inr [
i year required torelieve even the most tllMBA MBz'yStgr..nd'Ql.p.1"slta'w.rt'A + a
of dread and misery to those who, areast chronicobstlhaM cases. .' Rent Estate.Broker : Sign Writer anel .

e ; the middle age of life." t H '''U the most' remedyever , ad o.te..uws Palater ..... -' .
Croxone over wonderful ( Broadway.H.C. .. -
a -.The new discovery. .
-made for' restoring the '. .... 1'-
because it "
all such disorder : re.I r..3
come 'to'.health arid strength andridelinl" I; u liL i (.:: .a.. .
j !: move* the very cause of the trouble., the of 'a, ,j, . : Beudwq.fist .... t.j; "
Into the kidney., throughWalls system : every, particleof ..... roe, ,0,
a soak' right ( \ ,e' VLOt1 a+.
uric add and you can take it with - \ . 1.t -r! ._ '.
he- and Unlit't deans oat.,,the I : STANFORD. .. ... ..

t tie; .nlterinrBlandsr' and cells,, and the on..rtb-wiU.utmost: <,confidence so quickly that care-nothing uch '. .' If' . .. -' ' ..... W .. ?' itq$. '- t I ,, -1=>...... ." "_ -i.... '

'::4 res the kidney new strength'te'do conditions.. ," Dry Geeslsv. detain.; ... -...... ;.j r;' : .' ;; (- ." .', a ; ..... ..N....,tap 'R I';:; ,
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} rir ,work. properly.U.nentrali e* ,>f" .' n ... I .t .
dlasolves'the poisonous arir'acid You I can' obtain an original package .;, V.MM ... kigtt..d t 1/kr'ilu1AaT' MIL i.tYa.a ::.

tones that lodge In .the Joints .Croxone at triftiog cost from any !"' Ihr.til.\: ; -:,. '' .4w

causing'." rheumatism; flrst-claa druggist. All druggists are ,0' '" "'
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authorized( to thepurchase
kes the kidneys.filter.and sift peraonalljrlretarn .. \ .. .
? p' II; the poisonous waste matter price if,, Croxone should fall j
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(,-" >"',<.";,'4:4.. : : ",:>;f"r::;; X: :,."" ,,,/. "-,;, .;, ,;.' ..destructive'frosts.;:; r '. THE. 'ANSWER" EQUIP 1 WITH ti.' I

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". degree of heat P Demons6-ati6n' ; ,SATURDAY MORNING: osite Walters''

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11: .303Daw
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S i \ 1 J ''t'' .+oe- ,'7," "" i' A .;.. .\ ,f!'. rr. ." IIr / uaelul.Fielded. "I:! 'I.i""lV !t ,., III. i.-11. n 1111111111II, i i i MI i i 111 i i N MI i i 1111,1 n 111. + FOR SALE -..: antiN q u.a ...., ta- rl,
h. : ', '. ', S2
"., .L.aqg : ,< ,wearjw... w nty ,:1 .vefvetwaists'afwonderZ: LODGE-A -, r boll
: deep-toned colors combined in.,,new', C condition\ in PlymoutTl;> .. v
{ l.t New>Haven. tDirectbrstlndictedwhttsX0j designs .are especially" .-distinctly*' in 1 1appearn Want j'' ,AdvertisementsWALLEY County, Florida: town and ti with i JI- > "

: .;...;....;.... I ., .1 portation close j eight acres ,
',;tient B8L .7tary < \:-Ttie: 'United States Baker, 'WilliamSk'iriner'ChVrlei! P. ; Belt, cuff and trimming-touches. in 1 I r 1 orange grove> faces brick highwaynow \y
: elevated,
solid'color velvets enhanoe,the beautyof ( authorized): overlooking ,;
!, ,etj ury' DdaY' aturnedcriminal Brooker John pilHard, George Mac "'
't: n S/tenU apIJII.t\\ *ent1'- .:dlrec- Cull ouch.. Miller .,,',.Newton' .parney, : these newer waists to a most irresistible GAZETTE Want Ad. are a market,, lake furnished; owner will

./.Sfcllfitreatni; : .._ former; djrectorr of the New Robert; W.Taft. 'James S. Elton, longing to possess one. I : place: ,in hicb'to'secure elpa".itu tion, to- sacrifice$6,000 cash on,account which is old less age.than Price.half ,,'
'. K Hav n,and, Wartfor all- James'' S.-1 Hemmlngway-; Lewis Cass r
; for full
WANTEDOwners 'of Send
"}... w ompany-charging n.piracy.inJ. Ledyard,;Charles M.'Pratt.-AHeaton 1 furnish with good" renti buy, tell, or<'exchange anything They j coat of improvements.if interested, as
to me descriptionand ,
.. .*,.; 'to on tnonopolilo<- f.'tner Sherman commerce"the'anti-trust max- Henry'K Robertson'Frederick' ; Mellarg,, Edward.}1, Brewster D. ,Rob;i 1 net price If.,ou'' sell. I I costa+ I'i trifle and bring quick, sure re ut.. detailed this is the description chance of a lifetime. 1 ,

.LI m"penalty foi', which" Is onej.atiGaDtMo bins,, Thos ,DeWitt"- Cuy1erJ Edward i 1 N. Millerl'overGazette'ofrce. RATES:' 'One cents :word each insertion; 25 Frank H. Davis, Apopka, Fla..f.S-3t' I
M- ent and 6,000.fine. ; :. Mill gan," Francis T; Maxwell. Bench ,'VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS -
:tboae1/1ind'ted/ wer' +e) Wliliamr .Warrantwere issued' for ally above AT',WAUCHULAWaucTiula ';cents'minimum charge; five'or more
.l'r- slier ; .Vall/Gco. named. l.'c lines 5 cents. line. : house modern .
.r .heo0ore.Nt Ft t _. .: = . a FOB SALE:-Eight room } + r
i Fla, There' is-no doubt 1 in every respect, latest decorations ?
;SIOPPERS. that (he acreage of vegetables. which .p. F beautiful fawn garage storehouse
= \ 4
9 DIFFERED 21; :SEARSFALLY'TEOUNDIELIEF- : V !J 1 will be planted, the coming season will ----;' and hennery. Lot 68 by 168 .s
; :, MOdIh. Blouses with Long Sleeves sad. : be large, Shipments of fall crops".will FOR;EXCHANGE. ANTED: Saleman and collector ap Also 21-foot launch for sale 104
Ji, Mannish.Collars: I begin in earnest In about fifteen days. House and' eight lou In Kansas' town ply to Singep. Sewing. .Machine Co. Cherry street. 40tfWANTEDrFlorida ,
'' ( -SatJrHo".rblou.e. and lace j A.Jew peppers and eggplants now for, Klssimmee 'property of equal 'Orlando' ,.VFla.- "*:
over-' moving. Truckers' ,,are. diversifyingtheir : value.Address D.j It. Walling, 310 land. What have y
. blouses are the'things. Some are even POSITION WANTED for :
.m. --Caretaker
; condi
'v 'j' vegetable to offer? State location
: crops more every year SumnerSt.
s ,
in odd vestlike effects, Plait ,
designed ,
J'a.vln ;, and the orange! grove. Apply to W. A: I and term.
; 'suffered'for' twentyoneIwHh.'a ed ruffles of chiffon or lace unite these props now #Jn lude'beans.tcu-; j Burrough' Kisslmmee tion of land, best price *
paln'tmy1sideI'inI; to their'-chiffon' Under' ,, cumbers,, eggplantspeppers.; .' lettuce \ Fla.44.2t'pd i Will buy large or small tracts, .
If ".''.found relief Vt Dr.i Kilmer's :f For wear". with 'the part; tailored gown and 'strawberriesy,.' >,ala I 'BU ERS AND SELLERS. AN'riD-Ord.n': for -cypress field I cleared or otherwise. Address P. O.
) Root Injections of morphine J .T I Box 3483 Station 0., Phlladel hia ,
there- axctllent/'ahirts eal boxes Prices right; "Oscoela LaID I
are of de and'exchange >
crepe I' sell rent
bay l pd
onlY,relief ;for-short 'period's TRY THIS FOX YOUR .<&OVGH, ber Pa. 44- to "
mJ'J ; chine tub .silk 'or linen; buttoning up estate. Have resided in.Orlando, Fliu, Furniture Co. 29-tf ,1, 1 t
sick'that had
: ;ti.e..I. '" the irons with, small roundlbuttons .Thousands) of people lceept ougiing 30 years./ Rave handled, offer ,RENT' & '
.-.undecgo.; a OperatloiTtnOrlfans and i over' FOR OR SALE -Twostorystore FOR SALE-I want to sell my '0. .
, I w ,'which'benefltted me for made withtrolled.overinannUhlooking because,unable to get'the right rem. 20600000. Caft. ,and tee me. building on' Braek St., North stead 160 acres of hammock dt-
collars; 'which;! also;lbutton,in edY 'Coughs are caused by Inflamma p.(Al LEJWTER. fruit
When the Stanford
01 years. asm* pain came 29-tf I rue near
:-too. ; ,
the front tightly "i _
and I' + 'i. Fla. '
snd'Bronchial .
\ tion of Threat l Tubes.Whatllyou Orlando ,
back! on.Bay'',jh'wa/ekk 'hat +HisjVis. i' 'eomponent'aeceasity 46-4t I depot on new railroad; good cy-r '
",'- up/Vhopes/of: Jiving.Ar'friend area ) need is to''eoothe'thl. In.' DWELLINGS for-'rent.., opply to M.'Uller.1' press brake and pine timber; splen1did
but,both sleevs and ollar: .
are flammation.;-v-Take C, Pr.Klnc"; New.Discovery .
vI )our 13wamp'Root: '" i I place for saw mill- 'or shingUimill ;
'f' made :with collars and cuffs
pique ;? penetrates the delicate
ndfl ''aC! one -cetmn1cIed'uaing 'it. 1 ; Uncle Sam's tltl.Y011 have to. r
? '1' e; first:,'bottle did me ,0'much! good which ed, thus prolonging detached the service and freshen of the* Mucous lining: raises the Phlegm and i iquickly'relieves'the i1CRSE'AGE'WANTED! :: : ,EXTRAORD NAl Y' BARGAINS see the place to understand 'Its
at I-purchased two more'bottles. 'Imy : congested membranes. ,-! '" In Orange Grove property yielding value and advantages, regu-
garment the .' ;;TW experienced promotion "'" 4 Rreat.
peyond brief
now on 'secondv bottl.;'and am riodwhichordinarily only too pe; ., Get a.SOc' bottle'' .-from .your men want ;,large" 'tract '.*O'V .ub-t !big' Income. Send for detailed de- f will be put ,on first of/
,I I / belonl'oi.uclt.: drugglL"Pl', King's'N w' Discoveryi 1ICJ'iptlonFrank'lI.. Davis;'A November; can then stop at
_taa.1ih'new.womaiJ' passed a For ''traveling ; divide and sell ;sera; commission: ,-, ( you my
big. red ( r.aemiform.Uweaftbere ( <(uicVlyv'aiM 'completely Stopped ka,- Orange. 4tiFOR pJ.ce'Ome and see me don't let I
t'el Jt01aa large asca : are chic little rwaists of .basis.1::; Will conslde.anytbin. up:: < .. ,.,CountyyFlorida., ;
roman <
oughwrites J.R.Watts
Floydale ;
ray !
-bneetn I landagents keep away/
ct"1ever.if'.m"lIe"; you
the Jandia' "
sUksc -These :: to 78,000 aerevproviding
the least, of striped have IHtle white) ,, Texas>Money back-if : M>tat. : J'" j it Is not to 'Ive' ,,but a,good
pain &
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venOt; ,..Uk'01.1'1''''anft-cufTs' andare'most . w.ll located rand acce8lIblertWhat ,SALE-Fine-tract-of good cit- .
Ufled but it :
always .
rte'arly helps ,li)} ,
nea taklng-your; ; Swamp,Root' and I have ? 'Write best bargain;: Lakossee on Florida e! .
you ; ..nd trucking land <
your rus follows
-* ."; 'JII' ddtyto recommend, '.this. ': I .. r , I" '. \ ," .'.: 4, .'percentage.'. proposition. '; Muster jt<: 120-160-40; and 'two ...10-acre as tractsppartly'improved ;{ Coast..Jerry M. Dixon .A-I-"IV. eL. '. ,
arwdiclpe'ta" I : l1 uterinc.u. _.,,, '. -ALL\ FLORIDA>SOft ,NEEDS LlMt,;. I :if\ .give-exclusive contract.'.Address'Promotion ;- ; .some have/100( 45-8t-pd. -
Gntf JII' tI\\;' ,: ', ;; .., '_ It... Mfr ............ .. ..,'... .. : ; ; ., ears; YaUey-Casette : ..bearing orange trees, located within: FOR SALE-Twelve room furnished,
Iy y9ourao'e _... ).. 11_> Is .... _..** rJ.fa. *i station' '
: mm* WILL NOT JI. aee IONIA A one mile of on Kissimmee"Valley t.
NR 'Fi .-week, b I'. ...... .. f', house'for-rent 01"1.1. Address P.'
JOtlEPKC ?14TANQ Uae.rtaIa .17 t taettll.m. .. ... ,
; : .. .. .... _> Is ... . '1 railroad within: four".miles O. BoL .169,gt..Cloud,,.FJa, ;
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No. ,1, ;:1 I ;' '., -Qeho.-t.,,' ; .-. ... .. . 1m. : r.aradN: .sea ttaa t.V. R t.N L I of Fort Dram'on'good;' road,'-.For 46-St-pd.,, "; ;.
T' Wore,me thisof ;: BLOWER5 IJME'AND'' ,'PHOSPHATE'COMPAfl JlI HELP- --FEMALi' '1 'price'' and terms write R. E., 'Mcj I
: :.' WANTEI> ; '
: 1011,18seiphtr : ; : "
':' ,. .'HIB1"1tW., .' ', 411, \ r,. ,ALALoRIDA.IFotR . ,,,'t".,,. ; LADIES--A, fascinating hom4baal* LaaghlinFort.. Drum Fle..Wt: ,FOR SALE-:We'' have three: :'good-
.. ,: : ; ..:. t "; ''I" *' ness; tinting' postcardspictures'I '. t '" '",'f. .' young mules, well broken for saleInquire -.

j . ' V' ,- ... . .' 'Ac, 'spare time; make .$12i! weekly ., : .. I. at 1-2 mile east of Con wayf i,
r .... 'i.: O'.q..4'o 'ftto .."i i06t'.. 1" "Hi" '" i: '' .no canvassing; samples pltl'tiCooy'ulanr (. , KISSIMMEE'PARK.. 'T, store or adres' Wm.' V Lear, Orlando -' '
't'.f.I'I' I. ; ....., .. free. Artint M1B/130 'Man. .A few desirable fiveiandtea aero Fla. 45-St a"
,. ........'...ti_.."rMit t'.or'j' '1:11111 :>+1\..' ,. a..: : : ) ,': 'hattan St,. l ew' 'York.; ., ;;....63t'I tracts ,left,in 'Kitsimmee-Fark l subdivision " FOR RENT- 8-room:residence, fnr-.'
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-'f : S Aof'it.f, ",.. ';, ; .,"i" .t Swr p.Roir*W.llt.f3i, orat' : ; ; .".,' a ,;. FOE SALE- One..of the' finest:groves Ing.artesian 'we1l., $9., E. E. .Wells, real estate i

.r ?'You.Bph4'10"cents . ". ,.. ", .. .,.,.,''.!.. ..rk .! ,. )n Oeceola'county, located only one tion 'tor' truita'and ..vegetables.tu. 202 Broadway.' t ;c
:" to Ihs\ ...,(Uldae &;cO.: 11 W ;mfle from : city limits,/'Forty-five tracts.Improved.' ;. ,# -
.. .I. .Y "' 4" ; FOR SALE -New six-room bungalow..,
.tn&h !mton'N.!;y., for .mp1..I'Ze .. { '" ",.'c', I . ',acres of ,best citrus land;' t'1renty I Extensive; Improvement. all .round. Water bath, electriclights walls t
:, ,ItwU; 'cottv1noeanyone. You: ,. A.i "..: r, : \. .acres in splendid bearing trees. Fin.I Easy .terms if.desired.Four further decorated In tiffany. .Best shaded "
.booklet of valuable ;; ;: Y..1S.A'.C.R: .19.1.0: m: "' For further ,
, ll alaoreceive 4 I J : : ... t 't'Variety of-fruit.. You:can get I particulars write. lot in Kisslmmee. Must' be seen' K'
,+ t' I'J &tlon ,telling' :about the'kidneys' .';..;;....c. ....,,.. ,. ., I.' 1 this.'grove. :direct trom.. the' owner i '.KISSIMMEE.VAI..LEY'LA.ND, Co, to be appreciated. Lot 75",.by'-160.:
ladder.. ;When suri --,-. ... : -..__ '''1*..... . .' ... ..... "It' .a1ld. save real-estate commissions. 206 Bay Street,. 104 Cherry St. 40-tf' &I
,i rrnendbn b r H-41 Re.rwar'1\ftl'1 .f.. o. r "A, -* .-Jacksonville'FIa, .... .
'H, \T.: 160'.!' Address Box 427,.KlaiimmetFla-. ... ; .'.," ,.
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t':..nd one ? .r. "s1s.lbottles'rbor: .. ,.; .
..i. .. .. : I' STOCK FARM. -
drug .. ,: I I 'to. j ?
stsll 'otonati ,
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120 .
\ .ESE' J GRADUALLY I : I" t:;;, .., \n: -" .-l.4caled'one'mile. utl.oL\. Cmp'ells about'fourr. miles from, ; "t i.1, ..... ... .............. ..... ., ..'.... .. It 00.0 0 Oc. .jl land, cleared acres ,Peghorn"fenced, Junction ditched; house muck' ,

r y' OSING IN ONTHti ; ; roio ''''''''''',\ : Ki'V "I' -: -A:; : : and barn. Suitable ''for1 sugar' cane.
uimmee.on'pubiiq: 'COOd 'fruit'and'truck'-lanai ;
MAN,PROTECTORATE ; two acres ink ND'rn cow peas and rice hay. Desirable lo p

Iw ...-. \I _: '(t. o<4<(claJr, .., ;anyf :, :'budded! groveird r.e et&throe' years, ale;'r j+lice-bungalow I : new. four rooms; :;OATS' : '-- -* .'...EJ) ,cation 331 for Acres fattening at Southport cattle.- $8,000.....,: .' hr. ', ';,
. 1ftt. Why not r duce feed bill'this fall and winter .
.' < I fl. 01< ; your br planting i Choice
t\\ : ...tile ,bomb rctanent''of ( : j orange and muck' land : tl< rti.Imile
s ; / one
: O porches. cooP+,setc SplendjcI : Oats and We '/ ; ; ;
continues: vigorously/ 'The ,. ,\ }. place' for ra.inIJl',. I \ .; quotes*' frontage on canal, one-half mile r'"

'' r' r- 1crounter.,rr It th*>flight-of attack which'for,7a November\ ;3 '.aooukt0').! .,,.witl :eel Jr( buildinfpand.ten l'..acres ft:for #1 1Qo; t"Jr ,$2S an'.;te7, ".Vi*Texas Red:"Rust'Proof; Oats.f fc: ..--ho..t-If: .U'OO'I-JB>u.' 10$ 9.00 Bu.' I of NELSON Lee's RE 1o; 'L,
j J : '' Burt .
you ( or.9o.D.yOata .;.,,.. 1.00 9.00 +
I'itj : .
..t yon and pre''tdoperationl doVktog': forceSf.accorttfng'tofcwn .for' the" 'whbietractj' :, 7ptiood: ;reason,for eIhng.MRS :' Hastings ,100BushelOats i.:. :...:;iti. ;...,.,...,.;*,...,.;US.. 11.00 ,71
but I won't ,- ', ... tr' ;' I won't ant> ;; 'M,' 'How gradually.' In the ; . : ,}V 1" Fulghum'Oat." ..!.:.. ..;..:.-...__.. ..*_. 1.60 15.00r PDan.m I,tII.tnd........... ''
Sb Shells..arerfalling' 1t
t Abraham er .''' ';' Genuine j Florida Black Rye ..: ',.'.-;,2.75 25.00 "' .....-Qa'al_.
'\ ,' ; ; . :ViV: -;-iT .t..T.ecel."p.1,! ,
"r; p .begge4"ber tl'th. townnd'the. !! power : ,' C. .D.-SMITH: "" 'I : .t !\G.orgla' Rye/:-... .. Ci' .iiivri-lW.Pf... . -..ll.5 ,.,;* SOO Cbft4re sot: to tyke aa4 do.u sot di.tarb... ao..el,,,, 1.99
it,'" ,she wouJdD x. een' d a,troed. .c ) ; d. .'} : /f .take N sae arses kaow It Ie 0..1-.
.. i .. u, ' + ', _i AI-:.r :-P1e4" to ....Ite . I
1'L.tlwent" '* :: >- tlal'ltl' .Coast,1: Line .TL 'Route'. i K;BoafKiwimmee." rja : #v fV f' : ;KILGORE'SEED'COMPANY/ '' t*! "*?(QaIDI l .. 0- .ot.BTi.. h. iTSj I lr

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consciousness. On'in sna t'1 .i' '
four.Jla.Ydead .d1' "s'' '.IJ, u ::: rTOq', mineI',, Steve + t
y'.z.befoM'it U five 'years old--* RYan I ,r. ,.J \.1 up andji taught.yofk iE.rr, 91L,.wa'pard<: 7'I1, '* the,;,time j pfo.gTuntfar th., t1alchise' '.".,,lCi,'+ "nIlUn" '. .!. l"I'-. <.Jstr'Ptlw '. -'. '
century dvil-' rr1 ,,. Mrs Stevewaaeo.daSed, that ski : 'I8K.fA tl 01 I. : ,d7 I.
)(W tsatlO.1l1ll1t 9oatMi l1N l i.t ( fur Wyoming, I
R ba 1 fr4 q a, let John kiss', bU"oncepr, ,twicer but '
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pare$ Uft'P in. .i1 1 IOJ she ran.U a polios stytign...Steve h
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ft'ft limited /oTrtr>r'toveT'the'chiId'rj'It< Uy ?4e : 1141 4ti found trying/ ,to .ba7vtJc 4: ,to San1L&k A fttWashington . :
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county jell.tor thirty ; .days. :
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l' "zing dllldrerra-t.trerlhannr1han-ther /:' H.MIt hire, Now Mexico" .' . ,. t'.A
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not 110I' rri Ovc/r,fofn -* : th .ifti 1 fT " d
gfitirerp Ii mIWd""JI 4 ,to".1 1 ba2quentilWepelt ad. Presbyterian.fin [' ,t"'At s'plasing ; u (1Pi )l
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:fl d 'C"l' l.n llItent tnt."t hy- 'SlawM 4.1LortbOAU, '.,. : 'ui horse* V irfojr-' ';'t1\. ed'fQr hOlplta1... Very r.ttiiy 'htle'4dfir. -I, r ..,? "ftp'"<<*-1** rIO'r W bdisr* 55e *
r+". Meritr"-JII itfi4 ti } PatV tIEThe, .Iewp:k4t-coton4V, \,. f ',d coW; sheep And goat;; tH.- exdeii fi ."nay and, oettpaii n Jn, a'patchwerldquUitbisl &;,; 00f ,ti",' a&Jtl

,,4. mother, has been a great obstacle to eating VN'1'",benevolent v>,educa./OP tensively( employed' as*beast or draft quilt Uv b.,oWt,tb4: 'f, "J.i, .., stio''L tl iII taut. .' >
'I better conditions, especlally! ,mong i U jtlonal; and t public ,entert>riso, but.. being broken to. drwsledges; or carry highest bidden\',anonc .thw! maiam .. T f .1.7 .1llw. '.' )tW': 'frJ"'i
classes-wherexthf need ..of S *, u.t otto ; is there ndr.will.aell; ,. package" Ort,It*,.back"A full;Frown ,Somttimei. .little' .may given; i
et: atM .ltlo 1141 of&lpai' mcj.t t ,0 for), what Jt 1st, wotth'aterla;+ animal can-, draKf, weight. : of 1800poundsand'ltravel'It eonalttinC'Of ones'fancy tat.t4ti i bold) I .,lrh"'v.:R.0IlI' ,v'w.

'i OrMto till importanceof'the Uo.ut..and..Lhalf. ,.. the jate'oMOO the work of the club an Ice crtMp and I \: r
t 1, jtysical well bring of 'Uw I :00 cents in 1898. .4: mile a day: iti ibroidi'tieepiyclefthoops ; candy booth,. a :grab.!*>*.:,filled I wit*'; 1 i J.: .'i i1: 1.111. rtillI ,

}i" child in ita earliest. years, stubbornness 0 However the orphans cannot-..* fitting it admirably'fof travel odda and end* donated by;the, arionn .1 j j :''c..haetol''we';.ilp), : H
J 'often lead to the ingover'the broken 'MOW.m:-winter othera, .Thi a .4 --p.
or prMe' too girl J".q; .lon. +r1Y' > ; iiiaa joccaalon I'never: J I. !W WJ ulr
Treleetion of advice pr assistancexf The .1b.'te I' rtorJmAf* 0CHRISIIAN1NDEAVO the herds 'feed in the"woods'odlthelichens I to be. forgotteMid etill :doe*.'not r.- -. ','KI8SIl[ "'uysy
.'r."/ bnii' ffectlv. 'In* fo fthrouth the j iV j that hang ..upo4;the .tte'..r quire 4 much,i-xpenditDre,f of*time >or i i '. '\ "j,'; ".1 .'

aet'Vtet. of/dlstrirt/ $5 rai I. 0" % OtOO.OOOO'.OO"O".O grow -npbnathet_!groundKlPt h secure mone).v.The cbUdreni.bowel,v.w'on .
,J. iionVwher* iftthrit4 .ladencc. t. which'the hroad'sntlerpgni1\ hoofs reemployedtoitcwpomway what charity is to receive file proceed*I' r ,f'i ')}!'r.f ,; rtJ rt rtf

,; and tact the needed help maybeap, ; ' the 'ea.. of the ale.4'! n ,w; }:' ::.\,1' .. .Jf. ,, .." . : '
: Some aWnsirohfrd of 'reindeer'
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iyu41lir 1 4qFonda"e'targesf' ltt' mote than wee introducedinto Auska for the -- ; '" ... ;, .'- ii' ."
4ia"one half"o'fthV'tlTildren''born'1ft''H918 ber edt'of It" -* Jdmol. U. 'werpzaeher.d 1.nt.-tta..worI4Ibvomj.dr OBEF .OO4'1 LNOTE8; MM"SEC'Y: prov a>gr at-W'cces ind now 1 x:14l: t';t4 i): i : i: : Ae '" .''It" itIil ,p ct'L

,' 'wixesv tAmongrthe,58 dren IICI 4 ffi&npAJ ihobldered [fft, so' thousands of>>th.i animals are.owned .-, .', '. .,. . ', '
ti 1d'atlte n4ed ft edeetbS.from Jockjtwwe 'lIIarbdih'niaeo.tlt"of thi tesi f wyears I . .. J .' 41. by the natives.Whethir; alive .-dead .'.I D G; VI. "r'I' ,
.1 't1me. a. .m tlt'... '.monc haa .b**!* lIo b1yabsgpt| inmost 1. better lave read in your Society the every -ot.theaeindeaoaervee "''I n .'J_,. .Jat.;, J@III cE" 'I. MJ'. l.
the bhilld ''o h *'| n. : con is*bfStbelpirefeftt..,-Reason.There 'article; "lnte'rnati nal'.ith'u'''. jlt.i'II\. a useful ''Purp-'The' relndeer,nerpicturedt <. !. ', ,e; '" , .
"a''bended'byphystcleni'fJandAlskilled'' '' r., In fact, a Very obvious ter,'.",W., Dr.-Clarke page'109, Christian is equipped'"vltt ;'f.a *Lapland '11" t s 's.cc5ii'., ' .' ' 1 ,41'\(
nurses and it is apparenli';Uiat at breadth of shoulders due no 'doubt to Endeavor. World f November. 6. harness.. The sled is d-aver by'meantTftANKSGIVlNO t -' 'J f telUUl.q..".A1.1ix' ,J" 1Ii ,j

east *) majority of the lives so need- the popularity of tne'rfdtogete or ki- : It.J..wortb making notes tf and act* of a.lnfr1c'tf'ae.IV; ;, ". . buJtveep '- t j 7tnaR.aa1Natg, Secoadfl. it.cldiiBautBaUdmg4tptioei246.eye .: .

\.t4le..1y/.alfieedl..might' : hay,Q been. tnorto" ffeet.l; There( at+e. 'of course;1 'ng as enCOW-.l'eme.tI in:'steady thetgg,; )Jeg 'u; 1'theme la1.j".J': .? J-.,,' (, - <, -g. . '. 1
saved by intelligence.. some>etin sleeves, but'the rtyle tendency : but too .slove gain tow. ,t eFJbrid. : 11' ', > !' <4 j. L M ,t '
t 7'tus. 7;lt ifJoiown'Ctha.t at least majority is toward the long shoulder I $300 shate. \OWlr-the'hea34 r4' 4.;I S HOpLiwwAiplriW 5 J Y. \ :: ":General ta..r.IH'' Binmess. ; .., repr.ietlr the ativiig.i sad asset'.
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.t ;.41 5f-iho5*>in'tW.sUnited-States who line. N i fund. fuy.. lessen'tV: fldm'*er the .;feltabl.emtaglek'! - . >. .I...., .-l'1- .. .
are.totally ,bllnd;ulost. their sights t IUv tratedv CJ. N a' bahdsowe coat, VOn.'lneiwrefery's filly\ fittle- homeil l : '" "''' .." d-/1 , .
schoolgirl away-tront "
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thrp "hhth/WoluUl) ignorance; or "forest tfrceh duetynrn de in 'the :. was the guest' of Mrs. M. ,M. ?_- ? h.c"a.tI.'Ir.b :'1. "I f'il2.. -" ..1 J"etjtinRtb.1silpes .
: Vef'-s..fII _.Lh.pmfeaalodal modish >redinffpte .tylft. .The body of4be whet ',Ocala.>Mrs. Litt.1 ..18 a )eadrInTe'State packet from homectof'iach'of.homesickneg*the medicine seat I I "'without{, ,< ; 4lth.; rtb 4" ',

e atten' anti. Ybo.brou ht _oat_ J 18 eemi-'.JIr-) i. .. Epworth League Union,, Th.-n\l'ivln" . seioo|, }on: 'L,:'' .chineTo' - f r':patroBSTK 1'1(tap.ef 'e.1Jdt m aaA Air
? wnto'thelwocd{ ; 'T'I''ftor has a.uecided flare. .* lvtnirtiiaer stren1tt.nd"'POlta for ,\ 'Tb/case'for' w1dithe"'p6wdirn"can \
1 \ To' theJ praLUcal'' wor'ke't-,,;. a. are faced,with black velvet. The color 1-1 .Chnst and the (Methodist. ),Church.? l be mad linen er silk 4n'nesdl.-. 4- ', v
.,, science ,ofbtby: hyciene there'.i.'a, *18 1.velvet faced. Large State President(' D.'DO",Curry is Keti works'laahlon,',folding"''o.C*,,-.ocI tied ". ,,
q. 'IIever-endlric surprise at the I: Ignor. ed 'pearl' buttons used a* .DtOk"j ting out circular letters for;dlstribw- : ?
; x11 4 '1IJI .'of mMherlfaboot how'to.handle;' 0an4 lrinunin ., ';- ;tinc*ntoig atten Qn.4t4.XjLir., ) ,fojo4 ribbonel -J '
1PtIl4 i" lnscripl '
X. fit .Jld'eare-f*r tbcr'tbabieat kbo'ltl'll.ii (J 5 ") !.. 1 J J . J'j 1 t JDUPUCAT I Ip and the1 jnany; eocieties not yetcontributing troD "Homeeicknese.powder 1 One: erry1two'hour <' :.CHOlGBOF 5''TOuRISTnr.NoR'taWia J ; TRAINS'
"J."hlek l Ib'"woutd''pet or promisitajf itt do Mi. ;
;' 1 To b opened "r
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inatintUvleiArolsfnga' They f idOlf' Success, ,'We Purely,-wishMr PrositJSJ& { : r"
/ '' ; /* I Thanksgiving:' br lfome.n4L r, -Xl.w&JifU" V '
: +1tt4.1Jrn how'td'feed tla. yonngStwrs'; haw I, : 4iN1CQTroN:I i .. ,I: .H- .Jfiolr.rOhnatoira r'When'-' opened "',Jori"'""ThonksgivJngtnorninr II"" jt' .

.iU t tdgthe Utemt'-'R t e'Veobo1lf i t' bathe 1 ,' ,( J nt II,'j .IJ . ? -'.r.l.'j1R Legioneador mn't} ,theycase-'reveal* flight,good N Q RJTH: \ :
StaW just as .
gip'yov..1I- ntil bbringh Iupoh r gnorafge is 'a.. iMtrh"/ : O+athf i 80on'-B-th three irecent-convention 'sited' manilla envelope' (; carefully,Seal ,
'Each born'for '
t1W-t lI"mtrt.ldenM"lt :: Aoe.IV.fal WIeh.ciihto' MereO'YU.-wrot. pf, tbe duties om- ed. : tis''marked'-withythe ,;: / ' :, ) '.,
u. : .which'lt intended,;[..;'be taki 'ut':t '.:lJ ;
4 .41.adna ,
1 0 J dtrtrjtpj'enth'Leg'
-'th.IIUb hO 1")0lilatklOn- .. ggJpb" herray; : en at 8a. m. aftel-.rising, tob*'taken' ''Dixie-Flyer" .-< ,nmhl.VJ't1L'Iit'ntt d .
dents chosen Jn conveneU'oYtk..Thef'tre !
vtUe;of;the OctNft.ef.'I'J'.tcI.1i' + (u eripp 1 .
r'"p" ?t ts 'Idx be at' .
1 w-: at 8.aTm: : afterrlsinrrto taken' .It J '" 'ft.1 ti'i/

,ryay f4 more' three,.ttended,'Of every'' them four inl9a8:'were, dill :' ,t{ *is .,rtedi' ".'Xjt1J'H..beJ'avaa Edna| ] ;.Whl.Wyandt ney.'Mootlt"Do1 ,. 10 glass-of a. m. dry waterto", to be', tak41 be takerr at noon;.t witha 2. pow1tJr.1rrainof1laUr' : "Dix. . (_.i mit i ted; '.19u 4 .S i tJf; !Ia ti,.:,,j ite.r'I

'cent Lake Magdal n d'C'.RobertfMttIr .
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r4 1 L I. Mon 'tagyl fit
'Olsetsed'btrtrething-oithatp.rf.c Dod head Sanford.: Tenth Legion'and 1 t ) ,
.I i Quiet departmentsjlnFlorida' IBM ....1'1f.conteptll; or are eyur d tiT'W .l. .m. __ .tY.4I f" '....1,."r
fonrr-'of\l"lettt 4it.
talk' rthe

-d'-"'bes.de6cienClei'Te11at thetpwere not the rest tor eyportionof hiredgrlty"tut not neglected campalgri.-'under theie d8ysr- rid the jofMrCurry' >} fficieney some riY.member; 'd the! family as.asnblec lUu.trated Pto- . 'i J'.t.("1 i itl'i . m".. 't .:o'o'tt: : ;. i tn'iualpol i i,;,& ;; m

) by IsketAes'pr JIII'IP ., 1I' '
tMgMMt; 'been- prevented is,'doing. better thatt .r 4 nteni CU.J&t.ta ? J'
arid .tchfa1"ell'>, before. --BM tei fth4 1t'II. '.11I t.1O'W.f. .
foresight I Ito on.edeotversehad .
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j -Lhe parent ebOald have. ,been Inb Winter' Park ,sent ten delegate*) to I' .,' II. q'' Hh Di ato cage Obeeratioa'Gii 't"' ,
oo1 wdr
| atl flashed the .
Y10wn ai s t I" .m
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to. 'eereise \ -And the SouthCentralconvenUon.tnTBanford ; r
gent'lenbogh' ; f ;
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\ a8tOr-Dt'-t. E. beets go to up a sure remedy Li ,'trl
to bdUe t.bat,theseu'1itthee inehJdint"'Ul4f' 'If _
there Ino reason fQIIi lOAlsa q.--' 'f1)/'t/ : if 1f.'I ?
: tWUing"fltnrel'vsryrnuch: 'EnlownaeDOnU1' 'ltt in Y!.

.I IayA rout boee that ' :eAled-ia: orasralaii blURr..1tncleyo.reJ'll OR iCJIJLDEtEN14 y Aplan' ) Sri 5 ,. 4'. ?

;:' .i'' v..rj otbe4l, tge'It1ty ,tta .!hn.. :, L',":T'Sun". i 2 Vr .. cQ: lee r1A
of good .
I "vellti taonfJ'; r 'Pt" >I ,3 ifns I r i ae x.J .
"at'tbr fODDda'tlohi' .P gfgha>l ( a ;ihi; ,
jJgnoraQce;' Ili in''
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, i r mo t,.odilr 4il I .. tTh.' :,h' : I, give'Ttpy ci' a'ltol'Og to .l Itrndeis witl it r It deaPe :, )r J.Mb . ROJU. ><. '<1'BI'SOU11LJIij" . tif+ t ., t., nr
'.r.t..uppJr: 011' r 4gvem r25.m d of candy u norwitfi mul11I 1)P..A.'" ;1 f.JJ J.f", t t. "\ S S ;

,,It !. ancll.PPl1.'* reir.' gstn In--eakelll m .ddin ra taint'bq4wtt1q thept14e h* mfs3 igredienfJUJaylothakdbjeetlouw .0' a.Jo iI :. r. .u .t t l '
f kid Ythaa MrU36.e our TrUJ HiD. >lo0e Jf'
tp:the e if, meat 'aalsdi ilfI .
,, J"jbu'f.! ,ti 'i; ua r .A ; .:,caM i too much candy.Is eaten at the'wrong >'Jat1. .,eJ. "''ot't:0:, .j,11 M'f.'It ot. "oM.3 T J ;
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C- the ; -
'j ivxyropertr.atment, that, A Z jat: tor i j
iH ,han\ the-fair,chante V live tame t1re'I want mor, ,-r . .
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.u, '' 'Whlet.. at baa lOt'1.1pre' etrt. .. Thes'Firyt' P1esb rlaD\' chu laapd. >r' elt - '

.'1' e'9f'on* 'thoW'Wh ,h1lrr'the respgn, .. rre'ational J o te #' hI H rcare '
1 ,is:;.aJtl)1f7 f'cIIJ1.grib'} v uJd' altie t ; .ajT 1 West"T-.m g up t ,ta ar or C. A.CARSONi I .. 40m.' (t JI.o't-'j "l.Mft r ,ti ..boin.

;, ,:ZH.P4" l J'"l.th4, ?; 14tt1 'f4p"be r 't ;mcl aep J.tdU.\ kt :a4ba erG+ r sirtttl, yr-vtoa; q U .T. : +IJ'r\- .
would ;
da f ltsldtet tIS S 5
1Ie..QM xblidb nj E
j.ithingu ". !
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,j : a } n pr tbo.ol ,'w J 'rifu' '. onJ

'<, ,"IUt"' ".t ,1rn TIIE;t ,n r its" GlytNi.'I1"kiL, i :\" -T ; ''Th:} .jul.oH1"l\b t"." ,. SoIE'etker "S 1 'i .. .r..1I1"IiS. J-
1 . \ I tint'io ri" i in.enrmee th.'rlq appRt/ts+ s: Q Ki' ,vtJe.r/ (
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> at2eantieb ,'t.h> e 41' rt i .dlII" ae.
a'eieirt +
'tqd 'Jotly .fla rigs loSl lul', .
lowe'an' ,
,; ." I .b ostcas; and h r.eWif""d.,','WhE It: T inlrilt.thelmanseJ"Punch, fruit nd "+ :.JI 'iJ, 'I ., tihm +wNi'/ n4f I ,, I

\ he"1m.u tb lnthe.'V01 r> > .11 te'ZWerettel! r..tan..ata", "ed. w te'a' 10'0 f.
i-r a hp 1e'boardbigaeet8 ti 'r.lI . 1i mjR'an"lOOO f
a .
'U. tba't'eepec'Isl'e' 1f erts i ehouldbe frieJr i4 turn s bed aL$ deteattdeia T ., -. "t. \ ,.
'. t ,.; d od frog.' D 7 -'t.'. ',t"tt1Jq" .$q., 1 ,
'dinnera1 t 8ro ke .
nearly '
''J\takenJtQ'Ii.'t1le } tb.d afri'yetUi. I I.
t J. possible'ChrJUn bio., 1r ._ :[ ,, I in*Von'aecomr jrT* of >''seiall JfyOteiawt ?JicMythat J1tt8'J'I.i'forJ l 'II-I. ..{ )f:rr-tifJot .a1fr I" erUs
+ ft; i1 b.ea bhd5 t .t ; .. .
f.j .which .n'Dow'at'tbell"bit.liwith; their : the ,-',war;-' tJt';they nt s ama, :fl14 -A nu le r '. H..r"-7.R'R' ,".aL'jM' Jod'.t iJ.
friends'of the..borrower.; 'It's such) a '
t f. 'rid : pt- grMUDCV I tO l ible .v'1t.U -, .' 7J
a HfromSthe
) iThanksgivlnwtsble.'i 4V W to lend book to "
:' to''th ? Ud.if cheek a belonging an- RTe'E8"IE\S i :' '
? ,u't,", Teachers Training, School fin : New-' tother person "* .fiY '' ... .,,\0 oftO:1f1. '> -
the''dlnner'ii'served the : : T
;;.' j. aftefdnsItW' 7r York whew they|bay.i been atteading i' J ""'.f'' I .4Jifi_ .' # {
r.,['rx'.9a7 ,proves: dsrkf and1oweriftlt(( light $ Z' i splendid lectures between elates'au nn'tt: ( printing; /postage" 'Stamps '. ',' 1.3. 7
; r:, rarthe'table'kith : bTJ'Id t field work.ra o1"tb.; Christian1'. Bn- \he'United SUtes govenunnt-.enfc : ,: 'f..d"rm-----V443. .w ,'J\l f1oryt-t''L j
y and Ot(Ph d i W.IMo.e.' J. deavor Union. ,-A special-Tate for .x.pensea ploys 220 women 'and fwent1fibni, ... ...*. ..".. .:: : .dua..r4rlteKkdt.H.t: ,'_ _
' 1'P' d only." J -4 i 8000000...........
ibringr'ofbeAo t ,
in < ' .v:
1, >i,wm> given this Bible school , .... -
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: I v.n.i .i n M i a. .NtlUOq, .. ,, .'
t e excel ; 'r.1. .
'ifJiA. # rp fl h .lt for detained missionsVHea.: Mr.Broth i01 ;crrOr '
\ fTOMACU SRLLnan3 '
. letlt taste "e1D .7b14'the"1h:1 leT.,birthday I. November. j Wish ,BAY. .. ), a'" t' .WBBI1T, >, _ ,. 4t !&
GASES .0 PY8PEPSI> '; .. . <
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:;' ,c! P.ankaJiTJDa'. and tbinotbidg'cea i VJ"'f" ;.some,,-of {Luc would, send gr "n .. V i- ; ? ;" --r..t.. t"'J ;' ,., Ic .." .J" :' "h" i., *, j 7<
a.' be Letter than is l.tRe'7 a low adopt the .I They eat 'be1 addressed to ,.that 1 "Pipe's.WapepeU"saakea Sick.!'Sonr GRAINCHATB db" .' <, .' 'r"J.,: 1 ":,.

. ;pumpldn.tbat'w..Lout..aDd..JW; baa beeJI carelu"r',hol. fashio4Abke.rfadof'weartg, atruly "Christian J ndeavor' HemsN UMountVernon ;;. 1j *c'9awy:8t.saeh ..relyfeel Aee'i ',.: ,- .f:. __'f:.:f'Ii .1t 1"I ..' .r'l,'UBE, 'ii1'.1/ J."' '..toy.'

.'. ,,: d.wi. ptle.1 ..naa-.tent. American b'sn'Amerieah., cotton ' ' St., Boston.' It| l: I i ffive'juat \ o;,, , I.t .. l . :",1'1\ Vvrf' '. k"i4 ref, O: ,
M'-M 1.Y A.TOWjlSENP / .
.: Juaclouaboth and fashioned dress GRACE .ate'Jsisonrlneinyouri ,; In'1o' I ''1'11 'WOOI&_J.,. .JI' ..
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; LIJaPJ a wide Trtety of models rriteils hDnjJ'f4l'f'iJ"' lalw.Y4S4 '' -' s
-.v 4 > tomachor Uealikau. ..lama of. > ., '4,1i' ,.;
.b.rsa i .i dhabask lotli hi i1IJi. .) yI tTh:op Wutrat. .. noel ,. < : leads refusing to digest, or,you belchgsa .;\ , . ...' ";.I .., '... g111 1..14.__. ..". ,')p:'J ;sr'"
t,: ,:.\ elf the beagialUeu.! ". .., .'..-, :CarrIed out in BEG #A:fJ AiNMAft. i and soar,*-wadi e ted. o .. Jt.t" "0. J. P'RIB.. r.,: J ''. .ANDW: 1 .Y ;.' ,
'f" & .fieded'oelery bias_ gabardine, It.has was aemi-fltting 'n ; I"L ,-} agi'r ot'*I?* of aSErheartbQn.fuTlniM ,i .O; 'ltl Y" ,. -' i"
: l1 JL\NG ,
twRJ.,1 .r. ,
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vegymuch .
: ;.eep..Jalp..J'Ob. aII4 ;bad ... .I1).Afl "1
rtonsoa .1* t
stuffed it''R'
olives < .
ea { :. . .
atba' ..Down the front;nms enjoyed ;by .men, 'and. rmal ,of inmonth and'stem : :
nuts and homemade coMMly,while.etuckedintoaaclinapkin,1may 'fO' . .
M" t. "
half doren'or-moremascnliner YE68TABL3.r Q "
rrerod a
: givs 9'd'r ;
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can getbleased relief in five miaa a .: 11.: .>
: ; ; suite'd ,. .. # ar
.atIoI"oftar.aDCl'esRa of pleasure to the ladiea asseinbl.)Men pat as end to* stomach' trouble toffees f' : r' r. i i0 .t,: ..4"'II. 041w .
t.tiD7p dew 1",, usually' like' test 'hot.and rather ;;NAII$, I.- ; '
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ofPaps's .
y'gettinr a largeftycont'c s a l
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=4 If'e' tark ' .' ; 0'' j I .

ter; colors. eitherM.L in ,, .' or..!,-.alt"..ka.of :1",i6ilfwlae) : : 0"Ibnyprefersa.; nd 'these\ .'should JU' Sjnd beprovidod. cream- Ton realize Diapepsin in five from minutes any thug-ate.r needlea. '.-. ! :!," ::'i' 1 :... .... ...'" ..> .".I

L",w. ), I ". of .pee. r t: ;tJ .:: Olte3 nuU;,, bonbons:mints .'it ift'tO'.oaffoT.from'idyspepsia al 4'It's "
rid other with-tbe samdwicbes ; T A.
j. KnirUsh railways art considering Bohemia employs"87B" persons"factories. is \ may. or. any. stomach .
J electric engines. waD m .ref..hte the better en- the quickest surest tfssmeh 4oo 7t fi JtIar-1I., ... ., !
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(Mattie i Bell l ..Harris, Editor. : invftation of the Junior Orderof Truck has begun to move from this Learning the Duty of the

J Jh ::1- In response to a call for a meeting United American Mechanic, ove county and within another two weeks .Kidneys.. ,
200 assembled' et the lodge practically all the farmers who are ,
last' afternoon about people :
'; .Reoaett it made t. all patron of tie Valley Gazette te se. J JJ : ladies Monday met at the Chapter in the casino building last night, raising vegetables will be shipping la .
the blood
: 'J .f society CTenti .to the Editor .publication farthest ) Mrs. W. J. S. Carr was made to partake of the hospitality of this I produce' to the markets.and The firstshipments duty."I'Dfilter the ddne1l'. "I
.1' I and Mrs. J. W. Prentis. ,. sec young but growing fraternity in our of tomatoes peppers
y , I, and treasurer. city. were made this week. When they fail to do this the kidllneys
I fl...,.-. -- -- .-. -- -- -- -- -- -. .- .. .- -. .- .- I', .- ,. .. I. .. II- I. .. I. I. I. I. I. I. I. I. .I -I I. .I I. .I .II. I, I. It was decided that the best way The program: for the occasion had menu which began three or four are weak.Backache .
4 accomplish the most work would been carefully prepared and proved weeks ago, are heavier each week.
f. # ; TALENT TEA. I CHURCH for sewing circles to be formed in intensely .interesting throughout not Crops throughout the county are re- and other kidney Rli maj
i'llf 'The member. of the Talent Tea of I parts of the town and the the least feature of which was the ported to be in fine condition. TheI follow;
: 'the Methodist church will be enter. give each Monday afternoon, If music furnished by the Kissimmeeband I rains during the past week came justin
', tanned this (Friday) afternoon by CATHOLIC to the making of the gar- and a quartet of male voices, time to assure excellent fruiting Help the kidneys do their'Work, '
,3i KMrs.* R. D. Guice at her home on Rev. Father Fox of as specified by the Washing composed of J. L. Overstreet J. W. The vegetable acreage in the county
Brack street Buzza.L. is considerably larger this season Use Doan's Kidney Pills-the teat:
have instructions for I ommittee.Ever'olle Prentis and Glen and Harold .
y M. p. m., Saturday, is invited to join some D. Flint, junior port councillorof thn ever before. Eggplant is always ed kidney remedy. \
,$ SOCIAL CLUB DANCE. tion and confession at 7: at once, that these garments, the order made the address of welcome the leading truck crop but beans, pep Kissimmee
%? The Social club held Us regular and tomatoes are being people endorse their
Sunday at 8 a. m. greatly needed may be sent as soon and gave an interesting history pers peas '
?' weekly danoe Thursday evening in 11 a. m. Simon and possible. of its founding and growth. He stat- raised In large quantities. The straw. worth. I i ia?
? Makinson hall. A merry party of 7:30: p. m. The following funds have been col ed that the Kissimmee council was berry crop will be.of importance laterin M. Cosner, retired farmer Mal.
jr' dub members and visitors enjoyed theoccasion. and will be expended for ma- only about sixteen months old and its the season. t
BAPTIST Just the home market affords bett St., Kissimmee, says! "Some
4 : Mrs. W. L. Winn, one fern membership- numbered seventy-five. now
The Baptist church Carr Mrs. I lettuce, green peas, snap beans, tomatoes ago I used Doan's Kidney Pin ., ''A
t t ti ti ,. for $5.00; Mrs. $1.00; Its cardinal principles are virtue, liberty years *
ry..' LEAGUE SOCIAL. serve the usual services $1,00; Mrs. Ward"$!>.eO; Mrs. and patriotism. I peppers, Bermuda onions when Buffering from pain and weak. .
J : .The members of the Senior Epworth night. Dr. Holt will $1.00; Miss hompson$ .60; un Little Miss Clara Ploetz /gave two okra, summer squash, eggplants, etc., in back. I found i
r ;'league will be entertained tonight hours. The morning $ ..15.Through recitations, which were well receivedand not to speak of the citrus fruits, pine ness my them so* .
S'Friday: ), at the home of Miss Helen "Jesus Christ, the Model ; the kindness of the mer- elicited considerable applause.Rev. I apples and other luxuries.'! satisfactory that I gave a statement ,

t C: ''Jones on Emmett street. Miss Altar at night, "Do Thyself No j the committee is supplied with A. M. Chisolm made an ad- I for publication recommending them;' ,

i Wright,, of Orlando, the berp event unexcelled male needed material at actual cost dress on patriotism, which was a gem :Ii i' I can endorse them again: at this"
retary will come down to I a selection at one or of oratory "and sound reasoning, and turned to their homes with a better : s'
. '''at the social, I Everybody invited. The Belgian, Relief Fund. brought forth a storm of applause.Rev. i:: understanding of the objects of the time. V Uj !i
/r 'k.w S brief, and packed full of I Anyone desirous of helping these A. J. Holt spoke on fraternalism I I, Junior Order of United American Price EOc at all dealers. 'D n't. :
Z f t CARLiNBAXTER.Mr. inspiring suggestions. who have BO heroically given treating the subject in its broad- '' Mechanics, and feeling that having sii i ply ask for a kidney 'remedY-re's .
? John B. Carlin and Miss Marion pecially invited to all for their country's honor may est sense, stating that he believed such an organization in our midst is ,, ] Kidney Pills-the same that 'F.
whit.tient. be ,' 'Lillian: Baxter, of St. Cloua, were church home. so. Money and warm clothing are that any organization having for its',: bound to redound to the moral and'I Mr. Conner had. Foster-Milburn Co-. ,.;
,married at the Baptist pastorium In LAYMEN'S- A list of the contents should object>lie binding of mankind closer,i' patriotic uplift of hte city. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. "
terry me this city Tuesday afternoon, Novem- sent with each parcel of clothing together in ties of friendship and !, I '
ber 17, at 4 o'clock. Dr. Holt performed Our meeting accurate account be sent ,
an may brotherly love was bound to make the j "r
.attmIo ,; the ceremony and the wedding attended, and was led by the committee in Jacksonville. Mrs. world brighter and better. I Invigorating to the Pale aDd Sickly {
\ witnessed by a few clone friendsof of Gotha, who gave us J. S. Carr will be glad to receive' .; ,.
1 was cellent talk. We desire Rev. E. W. Lawler's subject wa I W. J. McCrackenWILL I The Old Standard general 1 etrenitbealoc teak.
the happy couple. and boy of Kissimmee to I I send any money or packages. virtue, with which he dealt freely and I I GROVK-a M.i.ri..enrkb.theblood.a.db.ild..pthstem. TA8THLK8S. chill TONIC,drive owl' .1'1I f',
extend congratulationsand >
s t Friends here lire.i Sunday's meeting at 3 frankly, depicting/ the horrors of the! . A true tonic. Pot edalta..s chlldrts. sot
wish them a l longnd happy AT JOINER HOME social evil of the present day and .
I Presbyterian church. CALLS OUT FIRE COMPANY HAVE A ,; .
believe urging members of the order to'!
i FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. The laymen I practice and encourage this principle. .
demonstrated that their liMps.'j" Get Your Fresh Far
day morning sparks from the
,t The members of the Five none other than the Councillor E. L. Johnson presided j CARLOADOF ,
entertained pure of W. A. Joiner's home on
dub delightfully at the meting and stated that he was
were in walk
r M't Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Boice at to draw God men and be every channels Orlando avenue set the roof afire highly pleased with the large gather-I APALACHICOLAOysters :
caused considerable -excitement
tier home on Vine street. Those present those round about ing present and the interest that was FINE; STRONG HEALTHY
were Mrs. Clark, Mrs Bandy, to wide field for profitable us. that neighborhood. As soon as the mamff ntxJ-in--thofd *.-- --. -_ J -. ..-.-. -- ---- -- __ __ n _.
i Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Ca- was discovered an alarm was After the program.refreshments of
Mrs., Woodbeck,
that much
'I believe good
iell, Miss Cadell, Miss Turville, Mrs. if we associate ourselves in and the fire company made sandwiches fruit salad, pickles, coffee Horses and Mules
in record time. However,
f 'Ruby KoU, Ellis Miss and Dixon Mrs.Mrs.filers.Simpson Mrs., Miss Ca- gether Lord and in Master.the cause of run were not needed aft the fire had and cake were served, and all re- I

discovered before it made
and the con- any
dell the first prize I
won This week the gospel ,
y Allen. De- and was extinguished with- ,1
\ eolation prize went to Mrs. Horn ,1 ... I
services at Peg on . AT THE 1-
> licious refreshments of ice cream, cake 7 o'clock, and the first difficulty. Damage to the roof ........,.. \ .." ".- _0J ,, I GBroadway
I and hot served. slight. RARE OPPORTUNITYSix .... A- I
; chocolate :ere December at Shingle r . .. :
{ APPROACHING WEDDING. Would be glad for as H. LEE LOSES ;-; ., '\ Cafe)
AN sible to attend these
Friends in this city will be interested courage the cause all ELEVATOR AT ORLANDO ."tlrA.o.Jt; ->4. .,.. "it .-' I
f' ..
r hundred of landin \ ,
to learn of the approaching can. W. H. JONES, acres I

;,'(' marriage of W. M. Lawler, son Erma of Fla..-William H. Lee, sec- the best Fruit and Trucking ,'.., :0 I When you buy Apalachicola Oystershere ,
Rev. S. W. Lawler, to Miss DOITTHITT-JONES PI.A of the Florida Tract society, a I
1 Novell, of Lakeland. The wedding is PLEASE Day Adventist organization section of Florida. 10. you are sure of getting only a. '

,': to be solemnized: next Wednesday, I instantly killed here Sunday acre Grove and 2,000,000feet i good, .wholeaome, .strengtk.giviag Y
November 25, at I 5 o'clock in the afternoon The Douthitt-Jones I IN KISSIMMEE '
he att operate the ele- of Oysters direct from salt -water. We .
Methodist virgin timber. Two ,
in the Lakeland casino this week have in the building in which his "-
.. la
; church. I crowds nightly and was located. His body was miles of lake front. Will sell are prepared to supply you any
,J' 1 Immediately after the ceremony the their audiences. All the between the elevator and the in NOVEMBER 21st. I quantity-pints, Quarts, .or by the :1
tracts whole.. This
will come to Kissimmee; the clever or as ,
young couple i company are I gallon. Why not some for sapper tonight -
for a few days' visit with :Mr. and ing in the characters land is growing more valu- I We' invite all those interested j rDirect I
a : :;. Lawler, then they will go to and they have been ASHLEY ON TRIAL in securing I +
.. ," -.Fort Myert to make their home. wholesome, side-splitting FOR MURDER ESCAPES able every day. Now is the I a strong Mule or Horseto I I ShipmeilitiReceived Dally 1

,.. that send the crowd time ts buy. Terms.S. come and inspect (them at I 4II J
r EASTERN STAR MEETING. .and satisfied. I t Palm Beach! Fla.-John Ash- (
....* trill tat tor the murder of The Cafe') '
en '
MM. entertained Mon Its been a "repeat" Broadway ;;
R.B, P.orter :
party week. Everybodyw ao ... fur 'tV'Tr e> [nigaioel. Ia41a&, es- S. GRIFFIN, ORLANDO FLA MACH BROS. ST ABlfBroad..ay. II .,
y.I 'eomplimentaryAte. members of the once wants to see them *C :r.ts .IL, ctttSi*.? &atf Saturday I I PHONE '2..c '..:..f..
business gaged for only the first while being taken from the II I ) \,
:.Eastern Star. A short ses- I Kissimmee, Fla.
S alon -was held when plans for the of the weektthe have room to his cell. Ashley, it is 1---

winter work were discussed, and a drawing card that made a dash for the Ever I -' \ ': b :LXY TREATING YOUR
soda! hour enjoyed. The delicious refreshments has kept them for the where be was in hiding for a
; served consisted of cream. They are playing one after killing the Indian. Argue
\and cake and) stuffed figs. ; and have kept three of Were being made Saturday for -

v Those present were: Mesdames comedies: for the of venue to.Dade county and Notice 'of f Dissolution f A slight cough often becomes ..
Thnrman; Tiller Van Dusor. W. W. (Friday), Saturday had announced that if such a PartnershipNotice t r I rious Lungs get congested Bronchial

tSf&l Canon, S. I*' Lupfer, Earl Lnpfer I Saturday night' Baker.was' made of Palm he would Beach escape.. .' ........ : Tubes fill with raucous. Your vitality
'.Roma Thomas v Boyce, Smith.and gagement. county I is.reduced. You need Dr Bell's Pine-
Dixon and DoneSTOUTFRJCKE. offered a reward, elf $1,000 for ii hereby given that the ,
Stevens and Misses !, The United States navy dead alive. partnership lately I subtutint Tar-IIoney. It soothes your irritated
::, gan. is preparing for the or betweea C. A. Cole aad H. F. Vale)", carrying: on business at air passages, loosens mucous and:' .

'> the officers and men from 2,100 women are employed in jewelers at Ki"nMB! Fla. ..der the style or fins of makes your system resist Colds. Give
of the world that are to bureau of engraving and print-I Cole &: /inky was on November v 7th., 1914 dissolved by I the Baby and Children Dr. Bell's Pine I
i A local nuptial event of interest, the exposition. The Tar-Honey. It's guaranteed to help)
not previously noted, was the mar- ed the exposition that navy all at Washington. mutual consent, and that the buiaess in future will be carriedon (i them. Only 26c at :your Druggist 1'. ,

:rlar;. of Miss Minnie Fricke to I. M. eign nations have sept dominate the municipal af by. tbe said C. A. Cole alone (wbo will pay and dischargeall I I

which occurred Thursday even- that they would send war in Tyro, Kan.Thanksgiving debts and liabilities, and receive all moat,. payable to II I z.

Stout last week, Judge T. M. Murphy tie said late firm .
"' Performing the ceremony. The bride inIbum -- I "Clean the Bowel and (!
las been making an extended visit K.amm, Flo. Up I II
Mo. and had only returned Nov. 7th, 1914
Them Clean"
>{ ,.. !She# was met at the train I Keep ,'
: )lance and they proceeded at C. A. COLE There are many remedies to beI'''":'

b ,, -once to the courthouse, where they Specials had for constipationbat the difficulty >' "

'were married. ... : is to. procure one that acts
''.. '.The groom Is an employe of without -violence. A remedy that ,'
,;;"'Jocal: postoffice and the couple I does not perform g;
make their home here, residu. ,.,'VII u. ._ a by force what ''.
-- -- should be accom .,
the present with Mrs. R. L. Wu --- '-
'fr" a e e -. V (f-'V isIrly': Part of pushed by perras- "y S+ '
;BAPTIST LADIES ENTERTA:... it. _. .ion is Dr. Miles'

you)13' 5f . The members of the Missionary society the Week for the BEST ON THE MARKET Stanford's I After Laxative using Tablet them. v

t : of the Baptist church were entertained I I Stanford'sNow I Mr N. A. Waddell. \sal I
but 11 f Friday afternoon ,by Mrs. 315 Washington .

.'8. M.' Breaker,-at her home members on Mabbette OSCEOLA COUNTY RAISED TURKEYS AND' CHICKENS- St., Waco, Tex..
street. About forty
I* says:
.be were present and enjoyed the follow- Almost all .f ,,
Piano solo Miss Ethel Turkey, five, > life I ......

: ..wee Wilderreading Mrs. Stute; reading per paaadTarkeys -___________..2Scpcvj troubled with constipation and have 'I\.1\
s d II..,.. Earl Lupfer; dialogue, Paul ., ....... tried many remedies, all of which
i Camming chorus seemed to cauae pain without si1"1
ti, :'Manger and Ellsa ; ,
? eaad. _--------34c much relief. I anally tried Dr. Miles' ,
,' "Count Your Blessings; reading I .
i* the time Laxative Tablet found them e.
foe to
Hesu : get
:Janet Graves; piano solo, JoIn;James your eallent. Their action Is pleasant a.* .,'
'Johnson.' The;mite boxes which had par. ........_._._ .. .... mild and their chocolate taste makes
i. '.beexa'given to the members some Heas, dressed.' them easy to take. I.. more tans.
'-months previous were opened at this glad to recommend them. 1
1 i1H ;time and this in addition to the silver per poaad_____________30e WINTERjjjjTw "Clean up the bowel and ksspt"' :'J

f offering.made a goodly sum. Mesdames Veal. Reast Cadets aad Steaks them clean," is the advice of all l jj
'*, N B. Canon, Stute and W?II. per ......, 20c 2Sc aid 3
'Jones assisted the hostess in serving Pork (Florida) any atp.r.p.sadlSc \ danger resulting from habitual coastipatiOn. ,i
ra ;refreshments of and .cakes.: .
punch aad 29e Do not delay too lostbut f
/ begin curative measures
'MBS. KOCIIENDERFEK HOSTESS. Extra Faaey Florida Beef, w' .01 kaadle the faros braad of Dr. Miles'proper Laxative Tablets area I,

; ': The member of the Missionary society per poaad_______lOc ta Z5c 3 ; SCHLOSS BROTHERS Clotk.f .. new remedy for this old-eomplaie'ttand k ':1-:
1. ; of the Presbyterian: church were We offer Armour Star Hams at, ia - _ tkey came in aU sizes. a treat improvement over 4'!'" ,. .'+1
', '
V '
delightfully entertained Thursday afternoon cathartics have been a'i j
., "" by, Mrs. M.. E. Kochenderfer per peaad------------------__________________________ styles' aad fabrics _ _ cat to the pait. you They taste like', ',
: ':, 'at her.home on Orange street.' As Bologna. SVasaxe.rraaanrters'taalk- tlesaai' ."". it aad built to wear. THEY and work like a charm. A; 1 .
;' : '!the guests entered they were met byMrs. ARE CHEAPER because they will convince you. 1,
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) ,''/ Miller and presented with a hand at (floalc, :'Os.iaisBee; ) t wear .loager---------- Dr. Mile Laxative Tablet are',-.1,.
'decorated card as 'souvenir of the oe sold by all druggists\ at 25 'ceats', "*
-' .. per poaad _________ ________________2Oc not
,, : aslon 'The ,afternoon was ------------.------ PRICES RANGE FROM a box containing: 2$ dose )$
aocial conversation and the followingprogram Cranberries, found satisfactory after trial, reV; ,

.'r:: .'" was rendered:, Piano solo per oaart---_._-______.-__ ;____.___________________12i/ac turn the bok to your druggist aae-_
a iy 'Mrs..,Prentis vocal soloMn.. John he will return your moneys I.'; "
t ,Mace ; : m ,by: C.Ipe'I.acb----------------------. $$15 tO $25 'MILKa MEDICAL CO.. Ctkhart.! l 114.'. "

r IMr*.' haldwef.An'entertalar fea"of __.._. _._________IOc aad lSc ..=::r-,_ .
a the mite boxes.': Delicious refreshtcre Cacuberav I

of the afternoon was the opening doaeaWe ____________ COME AND EXAMINE THEM :
per ___ ...__. 20c .
I'xnenta of chocolate and !cakes were 1 0. . t. . t.' t ,. . . ;,,

ten ._ned., Mesdames)'r 'assisted Millar the < hostess Babcock In bare and tk, Wom..',.HOES Skaa. madeTHrTLORSHEIM __.-...: $2.50 to $4.50 THE" j r;:.
aervinga0 a grocery a meat store full of COOD RAVsTONE. >

.: '.. ,'Siesta.enjoyed About. tea twenty\,occasion.members, .'.j, and IjJleiatQ j ',to.,make,- '. Thanksgiving. -u ..n n"i, _.. order,dinner now:complete,. Phone YOURiiv5iL I a BI..' ,Shoe__,__'___. _:_____'_____.__.__.. .__" -; $'!5.0)()". .G. :. J?: ,

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'. 'R IDAY. .NOVEMBER 20,:'iYl f.j : :;>- THE "KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. .,". iPAGE >Tv< calf

SKIS: LLET.WiTi'. '& .. 1Cyprear.Aa 1d,;,boi".i .a ie.t.heu : 9.';.. oses 666'will; 'b .f icy case i WbU.I'a1Nt'hasFhe.Rr: - nacied ',i

...., t .iOld."tL1, -" .. '.t:''iOeeeola' .I.taerba.ti-l''aeaicaae.Ge,.:a. . .' l! t j : m; :" FA.R.RF.JHSII UI CIRCUIMOUITMtETSflN -: ,S' r. ractiaec1 ''in sl 1 ip: 'aof . {

Published Every Friday By i. Mr. and :Mr;. H. C. Hoover",and Mrs. That boy and girl will appreciate i+bpe lras'eeh'IeftYo-,. "

w _.. ..-.,. .. .....a: Carl, of Sbre ce, Ohio, are here for the an Ansco camera, for a Christmas FOROSCEOLA 'COUNTY TUESDAY ijQ4; adverrtiNli6enti.. .. w...., a
winter and have taken''roomtf You them at Wild- ,
.. .. ..with present can get ...
". '
lTtr J $ - . "
;WLSaat eimont. \ .. I .
... it.. .'it. ... ... .'i.. 7 S _--- .
C. T";. : The-Qsceola J Is Through 'the state, departinenlTfagriculture ----- -,
Ansley ri" down"state on ym Bicycle: company How The .fall term ..of. circuit' court in .:
business''trip, at located in at-23 Broad at" Gainesville, County i Osceola 'm xt'Toee- '
1nc1udine stops, Bala new quarters county convenes .
: ReppiiFofowing ( tow, Wauchula Fort Myers, Tampa way. Anything 'and; everything for Farm Demonstration for B. E.:institute Evans; has day November 24,',and will probably TO. !the Woman 't'ty
._ arranged farmers'
< > i i *. and St Petersburg, bicycles at bargain prig a, New Oseeola a for be in sesison two weeks. The docket ; f
; ,,1 county to be held In Kissim-
: bicycles Pope motorcycles and 're has a number of carried .'
Mri; and )It.... Chas. ; mee in December.: cases over Who Cares '
Band1and'lOn, A date has not
: ;
pairing.- Gin Johnson-a trlal.48tfS. from last term of court and of the : ,,
the ..surelylion's
air daily temperatures Richard, were guests of Mr. and Mrs been act for this meeting but it will fifteen filed, the
and precipitation: 'as ; ; George Gilbert at. Hslnes-' City Sun. B.: lt'man. president ;;of the probably be sometime about the mId. grand jury or more several'case indictments ..

reported .by tie Government ' dar.. J Oseeola County Fruit and' TruckGrowers' die of. December and for one or two certain to be made.., The grand jury are About her complexion, her hair,
j. association'and County days.r" The ,procram will cover many will be drawn and her hands, her' ,"": lots
station at Kissimmse F. McCorkle and wife of Lake. Tuesday morning appearance and
for the Farm Demonstrator B. E. Evans subjects of interest to the farmers of r
fait will its work early would do well, to at J*
land arrived in the city week. complete: as as
I ' Dan.rltl .
week this section. c .
19. 1914. Mr. McCorkle spent Tuesday in St. Cloud in conference possible., J' ' ;;
haa'accept4'od position
a -
," with the Palace Drug company.Buy with a number: of the growers of These farmers' institutes are being District.Jadre ,James W,;Perkins,' ;;LaMODE BEAUTY
Friday _. r..77 61 that section.W. held In many: of the counties of the of DeLand will the
preside oven '
Saturday_ _. ..73 ,68 .40 a bolt 36-inch Domestic Gepel' state and are being largely attended. court. Thenewly Appointed CULTURE PARLOR-
A. McCool Jr.., accompanied by prose
The Is furnished .
'/ Sunday __ __ ..82 68 yard at Gilbert' on Monday his mother and Miss Jean Anderson, program from the Gainesville largely experiment byexperts outing attorney for'.thi., ''diBtrlct. Joe and,.:leam'her needs and profitby '

''j t Monday ._ __ ..79 64 J. W. McCann and wife, of Walnut has arrived }n the city for the win I, station, which gives the farmers Jones, of Orlando; will pay,' his first a course of culture In vibrar'
Grove Minn., arrived in Kissimmee, ter. W. A. McCool sr., preceded official visit to .the county to be herefor
Tuesday_ __75 62 an opportunity to obtain piuelt value tory which will postlively ,
. .
Wednesday and will remain here during them by several day and had the courtThe ;
ble advice. of
eliminate the
Wednesday __ .-.19 60 list of for the court follows lines
the winter winter home on Emmett street ready jurors'
I ,
I Date for the Klsiimmee meetingand and
__ A. W. T. A. Court ...worry, fatigue illnessyage
't Thursday _71 57 for occupancy when the family ar : Crosby .
for' will be healthful
.;. Claude Barber and Billie Hogerson rived. program same announced Ernest Mach E.'L. Overstreet, W. H. ,, make her,face look ,
; e..eeeY . ..... ...... . . .. went to Orlando last Saturday. later. Through the courtesyof Walker, W. E. Ullderhilltohn M. An- younger and more attractive. q 'r.f
Lloyd Harvey spent Sunday in St. Capt. C. H. Armstrong and Jno. M. Manager Farlow of the Gray.toneCasino. derson J. E. Rush, R. H. Alderman, .
11111111111111111111111111t Cloud. Hansel), of the construction force of arrangements have been madeto ,
I C.. F. Outhn.Il1. L. Overstreet, A. W,
the South Florida and Gulf railroad, hold the institute there. Gustus.'M.. t;. Tindall, R. W. Fry T. I
Don't fail'to call at Wilder's Studio
1 LOCAL FIELD and see the fine display of photos. All spent* Sunday and Monday in Kissim- J., J. R. !! J. C. Grlmn, La fl4Broadway' d .
J the latest styles in mounting and mee. They report steel laid over nine BIG, RUSH THIS WEEK D. Y. Johnson, W. I P., lnderhill, J,'A. ) (
miles below Whittier and the construction -
t folders. Just the thing to give. your Bass Otto Plate,.G. D. Davis J. M.
13 II friend for a Christmas present. 48-51 torily. work progressing satisfac Crafton W. W. '-'lark. J. M. Mansell,
Edwards Walter Harris Geo.
Nelson Makinson Misses Virginiaand FOR HUNTING LICENSEWith Clyde '
H. Brokaw, with Gri1'inlr Brothers Angie Makinson and Mrs. N. H. Mrs. J. N. Campbell and daughter W. Best P. C. Chandler. H. CWH '
the tree people. 40-tf Miss Ruth, of Hickory, N. C. arrived Buita Ktssls a'9.
Norris motored to St. Cloud Mondayafternoon. in this city Thursday and will remain the opening of the hunting martie 8. S. L. J. Peterson Phone M '

-Ed Whaley, of KJssimmee Park, was this winter, the guests of her Bister. season today there has been a gen- J. W. Collins, E. A. Neimeyer, R., H. .
" in town business. .! Tuesday.. Mrs. Samantha Underhill, Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter. Mrs. Campbelfresided { eral exodus of the male population of Bass J. 1.. Chandler. 1 h

W. H. Heath of Lakeland Mrs. Will Walker and Miss Walker; in Kissimv >e several years the city to the haunts 'of the deer and .
business visitor of the week.H. was a of Bassenger were in the city shop- ago and will be wtcomed by a host of bear. Many an enthusiastic hunter --- -- .- -. _._ _. .c ,
ping on Tuesday.L. friends. took bag and baggage along for a . It 0 000.... . . ... ... to L
L. Card was up from Winter week's stay in the wilds and enough ,
Haven Tuesday on a business trip. B. Drawdy, daughter and son, FOR RENT-Two three-room flats ammunition to kill a load of t
and M. D. Tindall motored up from with modern convsnionces.: Apply at THE
If marksmen at
they are
Special for Monday game any r
at Gilbert's- Whittier and spent the day in Kis- the Gazette office.
Yard-wide Domestic, 5c< a yard.
simmee Monday.C. Mr. and Mrs. Galloway, of Lexington until noon Thursday Judge
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Read of De- . A. Barnes, editor and manager of Ky., have arrived in Kissimmee Murphy had issued 166 county licenses :
Land, visited In the city this week. the Apopka News spent Monday and to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. forty-three state licenses and

Men's flannel! shirts, $1 to $3. F. H. Tuesday looking after business matters Galloway have spent several winters four non-resident licenses. All the I BIG 1 STO BE
Lawson's. in Kissimmee and St. Cloud.W. here and at other points in Florida week he has had a constant streamof ;
and have decided to
n_ _Born ")on_TuesdnyNovtmber 17, to G. Mcl/ean who recently came nently in the state. They are both of visitors wanting licenses and in
Mr. and Mrs. Geo.: GTSteffel, a son. to Kissimmee from Ohio, has purchased the opinion that Kissimmee is the addition has filled a number of applications -
a part of Milliard's Island and will tent in from other partsof
Billy Makinson visited in Orlando I plant a large grove. place for their home. the county. On Wednesday the St. .

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Learning of Cloud sportsmen got so anxious for
More people are using Reed's home theirs that they sent fast auto for it
Cape May Court House, New Jersey; a
John M. Lee ,
went to Orlando r ,
on bakery bread every day. There's a arrived Wednesday for a visit in the them instead of waiting until train
business Monday.Mr. reason. Try it and satisfy yourself. city and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. time. :

and Mrs. Irving Gregory spent -48-tf. H. C. Stanford. Mr. Learning is a retired Marriage License i Rem nant8ale:
Sunday in Orlando, with friends. Mrs. S. J. Triplett has returned to capitalist and he and Mrs. Learn- In the midst of requests for hunt- t .

t Fred Hill, of Narcossee, pent the her home in Narcossee after spendingtwo ing always spend their winters in ing licenses Wednesday morning
weekend with friends here. weeks here under the care of a Florida. They visited in Kissimmee carne two for marriage licenses. A .
I physician! Mr. Triplett motored over a few years ago.J. license was granted James Edward .' d
Ell Bass of Whittier was in the for her last Saturday. O. Wilson and W. F. Lockhart Oglesby and Miss Alice May Petersonof 1
city Tuesday.J. arrived with their families, stock and St. Cloud and Judge Murphy took > '' d.
Ladies' shoes with black cravanettand '
household gods from Marion, Ala., last time to grant the license and performthe .
D. Woodbeck in i
St. Cloud
was on brocade tops, $3.76 and $4.00. F.
week and expect to make their ceremony uniting in marriage
business perma-
Wednesday.Miss H. Lawson's.J. nent home in Kissimmee. Mr. Lock- Bjirgay and Salons Davis (colored). All Monday P

Mildred Lee is visiting her sister R. Gilbert and W. C. Gilbert lefton hart has purchased the S. A. Buck Day : yl-,{
Mrs. M. G. at Lakeland. Women workers in' New York state _
.Waring, Thursday for a bear hunt in the grove and residence on Vine streetin _
Cypress field boxec for sale cheap. St. John river swamps. They were north Kissimmee, and Mr. Wilson must be allowed one hour a day for .
Oxceola Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf joined at Apopka by C. E. Hyde and will purchase as soon as he finds a I lunch.Malariaor.Chills&Feve. Here i i. your opportunity to- get many desirable ..Remnants at -

Messrs. Anderson and Minor.J. place to suit him. bargain price Here you will and values that appeal to every,wom..... : .", ,
D. G. McKay de a business trip
.. 1 to Wauchula thi week. .- R. Parker and family of Dela- Ue Reeds' label broad.--48-tf. These Remnant are in all length and .11'colon'; ,A big variety to '

f. Jim Johnston de a business trip ware, Ohio have winter arrived and in Kissimmee de-- DR. WITHERSPOON AT HOME. j r select from in. Gin hams, .Calico, 'Percale; Lawn*.. Crepe:and '

to Orlando We esday. cide to to locate spend the permanently. Mr.may Par W. returned Prescription No. CW Is prepared especially: Ratine Just the thing for Children**" Dre.te<:Boy..W.illit' Odd ;1} .

,' P."H. ,Law spent Thursday in ker is a brother of W. F. Parker of Thursday tr. B.afternoon Witherspoon from Alabama, J 1 for Five MALARIA or six dotes or will CHILLS break any eV case FEVER., sod Blouse. etc W* also have a lot of Lace and Embroidery Remnant....'

.$t.. Cloud n b mess. this city. where he had been to attend the annual -1 if taken then as toale he Fever will not Curtain Scrim (for ub curtain) and short length*.,Silki.for-Linriigs .,
Hats reduced just in time for ) meeting of his synod which met I return. It acts ofl-the liver better than or Collar and Cuff ,
fere you' that. 'huntin, trip,, Thanksgiving visits. Special sale begins at Birmingham and to visit the homeof j Calomel and does not itrV?rw.trk<>n. ,25a ; '
come In and see 0 -Cut" "" te.. and lasts wee Miss, hia.childhood at Gaylesville and \ last iOc'and '(
.. While'thiey j
F. H. Lawson' Bandy. will fill his pulpit Sunday at the usual j -- upi : ;
4 J. W. McCracken is expected 'to i hours. He had been gone sixteen .
i arrive in the city tomorrow with >a : Judge S.. D. Decker, of- St. Cloud, days. lie has been clerk of the synod
carload of horses and mules.k . spent Monday; in Kissimmee looking for eighteen years. I U I' 1'
after important legal matters, which Watch Craft i DressPaherlisMONDAY Dress '
k Vivian Lee Is the of her ;? ; Palirssw.
Misi guest i will come before circuit'codrt,' which Chile is reorganizing the operationof ..
.: + friend Miss Vees Parker at Arcadia, I meets here next week \
government not
thisi/eek. Witchcraft haves Dine Pattern serviceable
1 Jew in the Brilliantine
I. ,
; . I County Farm Demonstrator) B. E. make them pay. ,
Mrs..L W. CUrkson,. of Virginia, lethe I Evans-and S. T. Fansler left today 1 ret'f 'of and Mercerized Striped Corduroy which. will. be, sold,Monday at,",
guest of her sisters, Mrs. H. N. for Lakeland to attend the farmers' IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, Is the sf the success Bargain Pricet :See thent" :. .: : :
Bratton and Mrs. R. D. Guice.B. I institute of Polk county, which is in FEVERISH CONSTIPATED our Repair Department. '

Arthur Hunter is one of- the, session today and tomorrow. We. have made a lifelong WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SKIRTS .j
Ohio visitors spending the winter in : 5 or,6 doses 666 will break ar.y case :;
Look Mother! If tongue is coated, study of "Time-Keepers and '
the city. Fever Chills. Price, 25 cents
I of or cleanse little bowels with "Cali Time-Keeping." and our fund We have jut received a new lot of Skirt \They'come ;in alI
Hon. R. R. Tomlin, state convict Inspector I hat for Thanksgiving of "
Reduced prices on fornia Syrup Figs. of technical knowledge is at materials and all 1
was in the city on business week. Special sale begins to- .ize"3' '
Monday. I day at Miss Bandy. your service when you have us and represent big 50. to $575
I Mothers' can rest easy after giving repair your watch, 'or sell youa i\\ at these price_______. I
J. W. McCann, of Walnut Grove The many friends of Charlie Good- "California Syrup of Figsbecause in .,
Mo., is visiting in. Kissimmee! for the all are glad: to see him able to be out a few hours all the clogged-np waste, new one.
winter. again after being confined to his room sour bile and fermenting food gently :
Bring watch troubles to CROCHET
C. W. Dann and family spent Sun for a couple of weeks, with a very moves out of the bowels, and you have your i Mercerized COTTON

day in potha with his mother Mrs.S. severe: attack of stomach trouble. a well playful child agin.

E. Dann. O. E. Knauf and family, of Hill Sick children needn't be coaxed to
i Assorted Colors

Miss Rose O'Berry spent Sunday in : City week, Kansas to spend, arrived the winter in the and city this will take Millions this of harmless mothers keep"fruit it handy us.C. A. Cole ,, .

Orlando, the guest of Miss Blanche remain here permanently.Mr. cause they know its action on the No. 1 ,

Barnes. probably. Knauf owns some valuable prop- stomach, liver and bowels is promptand No. 3 ". 4 d ,
The label on Reed's Home bakery erty across the lake in Fowler's park. sure Master Watchmaker Jeweler N o. 5 r"
Use only Ask your druggist for a 60-cent bot- Optician. t ;
bread stands for purity. No. 10 d's.
Lizzie Collins and title daughter "
Mrs. tle of "California Syrup of '
label bread.--8-tt. Evelyn, of Circleville, Ohio ar- which contains directions for babe, Next D.oto Citizens Baak. No. 15No. .C"-I
Mrs. C. E. Hyde and little daughter rived in the city Wednesday night to children of all ages and for grown 20 :
of Apopka were in the city shop- spend the winter and are guests of ups. No. 25 t ,

ping Monday. her sister Mrs. S. W. Thornton on _. No. 30 .; .
-- --
Verona street. r
Will sell cheap, china closet, haH No. 40 '
'/ and parlor furniture. Mrs. Kulp 221 Mr. and Mrs. J. rthwaite, A+. MMIIIIIII nun 1 1 M i inn iniiin iiiiitMiiiiSanta's Pan
} arrived
Church street. 48-2t of O'Neill, Neb., the city
Sunday to spend the winter, and have No, c f.
The new cattle firm of Bass Lesley Mrs. M. F. Sears i. aav
and Malloy have taken offices in the : taken rooms with I 4.,
a on Main street. Mr Cowperthwaite Lands' atGILBERT'S on
t, old Waring block on Broadway. expects some of his Nebraska friendsto Ship ihs

City Attorney Lewis O'Bryan moved join him here later In the season. ;No. 50

f his ofioes this week from the State There is nothingthat would-be ap- No. r
I Bank building to the Waring building. friends thana 15c an
preciated more by your No. 70 .
4 Congressman-elect W. J. Sears nice photo of yourself and Wilder' No. 80 '
f pent Tuesday in Orlando on busiI Studio is the'place to get them. 4&:-61. M STORE No. 100 '

I n.... J. C. Telford treasurer and manager '

Hire, Throwhart, of Georgia, is visiting of the Beaver Falls (Pa.) Tribune I

in the city as the guest of her accompanied by hit family and t
I' ." brother, A. W. Bailey. his mother arrived in the city last v.
\ -* d ; ra
Winter .
week and expect to spend! Ihe .
Mrsv Guy Gardner and baby return- here enjoying our delightful climate. . ">rI ,

ri! .d :tids week from a several weeks' They have taken a cottage for the I DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR'i.Men's > ,
.t: > lit to Mi .mL season on Verona street. The Ear.,..> war is stiB raging, MI Santa' skip kas svcceedediai Y y

' Reed' label bread is just like mother !landuf at A. S. Gilbert's, with a fmi cargo ., DOLLS, DOLL CARTS, READY "

if} .;, it carries used to. the and be sure It Really Dow Relieve Rheumatism. TOYS TRICYCLES WAGONS, BOOKS, GAMES FIREWORKS; i WEAR Departm rif rk t

Matting art squares, 9xiltt: : for t?
: who Is afflicted with +,
: < Everybody
,. $2.60 at Gilbert's. m fact EVERYTHING to sake ... childre ..PP1. Also a wee BMf
: Rheumatism In any form should by ,
': 'I* T. Swords, operator at the Dixie all means keep a bottle of -Sloan's gifts>for.the. elder feflu. COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH! Here you will find a.' Urge aM>rtmeat of Men's, Shirt Suiti,< :\j j
i. fl;,f 4. ;.theater made a business Liniment on"hind.. The minute you .
',- :aonvUle early this week. j' feel painor, soreness in a joint or Coat, Shoe, etc;,, at prices ::'
; .

't 4 f jY, .several:D.,< ..clays'Cu1yer'ba.'. .visit ,in returned the WaucbuJalJ from i.-a inuscfe ment., ,Do_bathe iloi-r1 It i.-it with: .Sloin'i-pen.Sloan. Lini. jj- TROUBLE TO .STORE GOODS BOUGHT UNTIL WANTED .you sec can our afford all.Wool to pay.. A kto $1'0; TO $$18\ i t'H'

\. seat of palm; tel1e"h hot tender ,
) t"+ Mrs. J.'L.' Saxon, of Orlando 'visitad'In ; art1ae ,, :
'',?: the city .Monday and ..Tuesday swollen>> ] feeling and ,making the .
". '>"'. ""with beparenta. Mr and Mrs., Scott part', easy1''and .comfortable,: ;;'Get a :
'Thoie"wauting''photosfor'' +Chrltit.1 ; Liniment /, A :Gilbert ;
r '1 bottle ofSloan's- '; ,>lor 26 : : STORE
,8;.'.,.SJ mace give us will'time' please to finish call'.early'.so them.Wilder's\ as ''to' cent .of:any; druggist'and- ha'Itintho'bous.again.t'eolds sore'and} : .: g

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*tf I '.'..00tI ro*. too WOKDSJ\\[ I n>,.,.JjmT :If tb07'bavene.." after berg thatthsre''WI" such a-thing ..1Inslb3.eInk"At" she wak'carried.'Even though she "was thi t'. Where were you t .What Tiav:; MAKES BACKACHE i; ;
,.ji "Tbe. Millie. Dollar ,,i7ats*y nll.'ou.. sensing a presage of evil.'m.n .. \ lost! : Hargreavewa half'dead, the could hear1throar"'; Of a you been 'up to?"'with tenderbrus.queness. . ., '
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: ,,*toy wVl. run tOI'.A..t.on.' cf>n ,,t .a..child ,longer. r.Uaven't this letter'' settled all doubt .. :' ,,: td1 A tiJIQ.s I "0 !
any .
; _utly. ...k. ,ln'thlBvapr. ,iBy Iivet fall! somewhere Ih ,advanced. ; ) , ? ; "* '' f }'. ;,
an arrangement'with.> the' TMI-.., 1:been, through enough make/me In1 her mindonthId ''queIUort.v'' Alive!! ' ; "I, \wanted,'ti/ ) do a.ittl' "detective ,*<,,/:i.OUICKEYDAPpEiR: ."

'. I>ou..r,* Film oplri It nea to been read woman 7 Sometimes I feelor7old." And not only that, but the girl and ,Braine-thought h.eanjhd' a. clue work, of:nay>'own." aba faltered.. i ,t tAFD aM
t possible- 7
maaej i'<'>To',,ne you are the roost.charming Jones 'were"evidently In >Che etoryIn this pa er, fcflt alad to ; the treasure, and wifli' hl"O.u.1: as! Jto\l.h ,1J, .- '
... ,it ..** .'weaki at'tfce. ; '
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-ea.\6.- For tb.-.ohtrotl of.Oilsnyatery chtULany,Jooger.V You:are woman, secret 'and he "' 5. -
a sign. outside thi
...00. wilt Tfr* : .was worth anything. H..procured muddle. T It'c'a!: man '.o& "
1 story. f il brave and patienti and .know that I bowed and'a.pp: 'Oached. She 'slippedth launch, >and-,began: to, prowl about work.." .; l Blatl.. W xUae -'", 1

iT .W. VE JriQ.1 nim.. could trust you with any secret I have letter1 Into hi*' hand and .whispertedr using' a pole a* a feeler.. All,the while Florence thoroughly:.weakened by Trcnbl aid R.I1tIU.

41tt I CON'tJIIST. or vn.\ :But.sometimes a person,may '''Shd.; .that at the cave tomor. he'wa being' closely watched by'.,Nor. her long,Immersion! nhe ,......... began . Pzeaptlyis .. ... .11
; ; "tb.prIs.of. uo.oo' Will". Won have a secret which: Is not his and.. l-ow.. ''It I*In invisible ink and meant, ton who had concluded to bang'onto to weep silently. -. '.' .! t ,

I by the. man rnoet woman acceptable or child.wbo ol which- Jur hasn't any right to disclose.: for. Hargreaye.' J Braine' trail till he found something "You poor child. I'm a> brute. "And ', "" r *.tTtn t vVf. ** .
i' -wrltee the She became i silentfor awhile.M.1kate'nion.y ,"He'. aUv.1 It i*. no longer necessary: lot -
., I tlon .ef tbe myaiery.: from which; ;I worthy of note. .Braine was disguised. he comforted: ; her. anyone
tb. laat. two reel .ot motion pie-' I ., '* shi. said."I, hate it, "Poritively.." but this time Jim was not to be fooled. Later that day, 'at home;.. she remembered to"suffer with bAtkaeh., kidney
tar drama Will-fee made' and tb.j. ., hate Itl!" "Vtryw.n., The,waiter bowed and But what was he looking for wondered the blank paper. trouble,. have disagreeable ).Jbl Adder
j. Jaat' two ehaptera of the story i i"It's .rnlghty'!' comfortable to have r Kncf'urlnary .tdet' to' fohtehd with .
written by Harold MaoOrath. : strolled away nonchalantly. the *reporter Braine continued: to "I stole this from one of thClo'men.lnthe ,
r > Solutions may ". sent to tba' it around sometimes he countered. Brain was in Boston over night, pole along sometimes pausing to )look cave. He said this blank paper : tob.-ortured4w4th-4rhsusatIsm.
I ? Slim' corporation either '"A* irt my cas., for instance. If I I otherwise ;th. countess would \; havetaken over the gunwale down into the water.In would, probably save 'father.", .t tiff joint, and It. heart-wreneliinc
at Clal.." ..? New Tork. anyttlB were' and 'had to work no one 'pains for the .new discoryCroon. .'
poor. the .
.mysterious note onceto
I te nldalrbt. Jan. 1., at raising his head after the'last investigation Jim took it. "Hmi! Invisible ink,
f Tbey'>ey nnst p i bearpoetofflc m..k, would botbe.'m.' .". )hinrir' 'Sh.jrsmaInedfloperbaps a he discovered something I' and it'* had a fine washing." ; quJek ndJ JruJ'e1t relieves{ I 1 all such
.. not later than Thle '"I 'would! declared. laughing. quarter" of>an: hour longer and, then struggling |'n the w.ter.qut! three "But maybe; it i. watorproo/'". t0uWes.c 4. -
,, allowa four .week. after the flratSrearanoe 'Come' ; Jets 'throw' off moods ,and would have taken Croxone is the most vguferfuX
of the laaf Him re- go 'left the garden,.,. She. hundred yards away. The current "Maybe ItIs.i Anyhow Mil Sherlock -
I three weeks after tb., into town.for tea at the Rose,Garden} ,..the letter! to" own apartment leisurely brought the object Into full I we'll show it to Jones and see' ronMdy yettdaviMdiforYrMUBr the
, "T 'la published lahl.. and if you feel strong enough ,we 3t but 'fora the; faet/that 3/'chemicals* view It wa young woman with what he says.." system of uric acid and dri ring v out
I paper. In which to submit .o .- trip the light fantastic"' needed were hidden in the cave. To Be Continued. all the poisonous imporitlei which
( llona.. Just. power enough to keep herself ( ) ,..
'A, board of three Judres will 'They had been gone from the houseless Now it, happened that Florence afloat, The golden head roused something aase such troubles It 'ii entirely

.,.... .determine which of tb. many ...ta11" 'than an hour when a lIa1ran up went out for her early ride the next In him stronger than curiosity. Dr. Starckohtiky, who has been lecturing different from all other rem dlea. It
', ,, .tlaaa-reeatverl the of the veranda and the Is not. like anything' else used
""'" steps rang morning, and. crossing a field she! aw Jt might bet the medical society: at ever
....... .. .....The absolvt judsment hid of ftn.\-this Nottt-beard ..bfiULJone.beg 11\1.7 at the rear.of s, man with a bundle under his arm. o'Drain. to move the Blagovestchensk on the spread of the for the purpose. It acts on the principle -
b. proceeded
wh1S.t ..ln will* ot a literary nature will beenaldered the house, the maid came to the door. The ann struck his profile and limnedIt launch in the direction of the girl. It :I morphia habit in the Amur territory ) of cleaning out the poisons and
'tient, ,"r: ..tmbe decision., norriven 4' ?" the..stranger plainly,, and Florence uttered a low wa this movement that turned the said children were addicted to it before removing; thecaus '
1 any preference In the eleo- asked. Themanh.d not observed her. reaching their teens. IrS one It soak right in through the walls,
YX& 1 1tr.&tm tI.. of the winner' of the 110.000 cry. reporters gaze. He, too, now saw the
.f.. prise. lbs last two reela..-wblehwiU 1 "No," abruptly. The door began to So, very quietly. she slipped from the woman in the water and wonderedhow prison statistics: showed that of every membranes and linings, like water Ina

.' liv. the m"rr: acceptable eolation close ever so slowly. horse,.tethered it to a tree, and start she had come there. When Braine 1,000 prisoners about 300 were mor sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and
will b re-
:1. ... .. to In the the tloat.r. hayingthl* "Do you know where I can find ed after the man to learn what he was I reached the girl and pulled her into phia victim: makes the kidneys sift ou.and 'filter

io1 1 .feature aa practical .to. :her'" doing so fan!from the city. She would i the launch Jim saw her face plainly. I away, all the uric acid ''and'''poison :
rrc ,4 .produce /aame... The efory-eorre.. The maid eyed him with covert never forget that face. She had seen He flew from her vantage point, from the blood and leaves the kidneys -

r\ will o ponding appear to In theao.the newspapers motion pictures ooln- keenness;.then, remembering that the it that.dreadful night when the note ;i found a skiff, and started after Draine.t and urin ry'organs clean, strong' ',
'.".ejdenuuly.. or ",aoon after'the ap. reporter was 'with.Florence, ;said: "I had lured her into the hands of her< "By the Lord Harry! murmured lealthy and well. ,

iCl--tI3.: the....mat pletnres two reel ae prec-will1be believe she ia at the Rose Garden, this enemies.. The face belonged to the 'the rogue. "Well they can talk of MERRY CHRISTMAS It matters not how long' you have

.,; shown |ho picture of the wintaaer. afternoon t" man who had impersonated her father.It manna from heaven but this is whatI suffered, how old you are, 'or Vhat ,
( all or her home. and other In.-_ "That 'I Is..!ip town. occurred to her that she might call luck. Florence out you have used, the very principle of

atood tereatlnfeatvrea.that the netrapapere.. It !II. une ao >far r- "Yes." J just as well doa little detective workon of nOwhere, into my Harreave.! god It would take a whole page to 2roxone is such that it i I. practically

uapr.ctloaL'In printing tb. last. "Thanks. The nan turned abruptly her'own ,hook. She had passedtrough' of luck has cast another horseshoeand tell you all about the varied impossible to take it into the human
A two chapter Of"The story by Harold 1 and ran down the steps. )) ;: so many terrifying episodes it'. mine." system without results. There is
UcQrath. will also shOw a picture maid back Jones. line of Sift; Goods we carry. like, it. It
The ran to nothing else on earth
that she beginning to crave tOt
j successful oont..tant. was He had a flask in his pocket and he
of the
( V. Solution to the mystery must I "Why didn't you call me'" be demanded -I the. excitement, strange as this may forced some of the biting spirits down Send for our booklet "Helpful starts to work the minute yon,take it

I ,Sot-be mor.-tha4 100 word* Ionic.Here I impatiently. deem. Like a gambler who has once the girl's throat. She opened her Hints for Christmas Shoppers." and relieves you the first time yon '
to bekept I
r are some In question connection ....ith "There wasn't time. I played for high stakes, she no longer : use it.
? In talnd eyes.
c .the rnysUry u aji aid to a oluI "Did you tell him where she was?" found"T>leasure in thimbles and needles "Well, my beauty" TAMPA PHOTO & ART If you suffer with pains In your
4. lIonl "Ye But I shouldn't have told him and She followed the man SUPPLY COMPANY back and sides have signs of .
I .. )iw..t '.. ..a e( t.. pins. Florence eyed him wildly, not quite or any
I> -I .P. If Mr,,Nor had been with Miss
. (' $lIItnirSV .' ton with no little skill arid at length saw understanding where he had come i kidney bladder troubles, or rheumatism
t; 1If.. ,-.wst beeSS' .f lb.r Florence." him approach a knoll, stoop apparently from."I 314 Twiggs St., Tampa, Ii'Ja.OOOOO.OOHOOOOO . such as puffy swellings under
: 'I......' Jones ran to the front, dashed out, and hole suddenly the or in the feet and ankles, if
1If... "-Wb... 4... Fl....... press a spring, a lon't know how you got here'1 eyes
'11 i 1 :-rrF'.3' "- eyed the back of the man hastening yawned. The man vanished quickly. : he said; "and I don't care But here you are nervous, tired and run down ."

I ''c" 1If.. 4-Whet "'._... .r the' fl.a. .- down the street, smiled, and return'edto and th spot look on again its virginal l' we are together at last Where is your or bothered with urinary disorders, ,
I I* '. .. .. -tslI his work or, rather, to the maid appearance. A cave! Florence had father" Croxone will quickly relieve you of

'' -: Nobodyonnect.. ; .either." direct'ty lie took her by the shoulder, whirled the patience to wait By and by the I "Idon't know," dazedly. I : your misery. You can secure an original ,.
The' UllllonBoiler
l' with
:L : I : Mystery*" wll he considered. Ber :about, and shot a look into her man appeared again and slunk away. I "Better think quickly," he warned. FOR RENT OR SALE. package of Croxone at triflingcost

t j ,A. contestant.lahteir eye. that- u.iledbu. -. I When, she was sure that he was I want lucid answers to my questions, : Five-room plastered house furnished from any first-class druggist* .
j "Always call me hereafter, no matter from the All druggists authorized: .
beyond range, she came out back go into the water. I'm are tapersonally '
\ what I'm doing. That man has of concealment the 1"1 | or ; on good return the purchase price if it :\
iTloPJlL.rnEvovl place crept up at the end of my rope I've' street
good neighborhood
r BAPf8RS.. neverlaid eye on Flo pence and has I I knoll, and searched about for the magic -, fcfeaten too many times, my girl : terms. Ask Mrs. SummersStranger; easy, fails in a single case.Examination .
utter no,idea what she looks like.. Why did door. 'Dili .
ltrfr..vtili.aCIP.r handle of this strange love for
eelreralene *, (...., ,... eca .at drug coffee the night of that to have any particular you. A ___ .il
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rr you my -her and she soon father? ;
gencerewarded where is .
,'''. pei at brllllaat thieve ....... ... your
4_ ......,H_.... Urea ._ llfe.efeelmae a .baIl" back. .. found herself .ip'a large, musty .*rth- "::1 don't know; I have. never seen .. S. II. BttOCKREALS1fI3 ;
I.e .. Ilars-wai She stepped : smelling' cave. 'Loot was scattered him." %
t.- ;.e= ;: .:i.i.K..4 / did :
., .reldeut1l leader .1 1k. 'Ando/howl mudi! .thsy pay you about and thefe were boxes and Braine laughed : i
..Lek ....-... lirsi.. will for, Jetting the doctor send Florence .
chairs and a large chest. Men evidently boat afoul rocks '
Set bum.. *>. **ra.>*e treat all 'And Jim's ran some :-
.rw "baU.t..__..... '.Atlantic,City? I kn&w everything. met here, possibly after some and into the water he went. He had .t ,
," wrttSak letter ,. tbe erlrle* Hereafter, walk stra gbt; If you play are YOU LOOKING for a .
, lu. lie a I desperate adventure against society. not attracted Braino's attention for- .'. eu.ueu -, :,,
rTabteea fcefer heayate4Baly with these
ek..1 yrare
another trltk1'l'1ti1Yelu'\
She found nothing to reward her hardihood He to swim toward
leIC.a the *.er.t.p hieteMtbter .
.of hand .... And listen and tell this .
>yf'lBre> jiUray. That two and anone-' wae in' the act of the drifting launch FARMeither ..,JNsuRAcE ;: ,
'JIg" ....... ... MOAO0O. to your.confederates: I always know 1 moving toward the cave's door she "Where have they hidden that mon .- .
:' .... e..... bat 1* I* rep.r.ed that. every move they "rrtake; that is,'whyWar'one ol Titles '
; a
41 "wmim, .......... late the aee>...iibe.ej u tbea ,is missing from' thjs house. beheld with terror that.itwuam'4ing' ey? : large or small? If so, < . .
>e>Me) v be .eeeaned . west! MMtetaved. "I don't know. "
t She the chest at that,moroeotsAT1 '
was near
.._ ihi. .' There is a traitor. ,J et themfind him '
F Peo! arrlveO'i frem a-lrl well given
"Well your
'I..jb..L.Gesa.0.a: 'Olaa,. Bralaea;reaerf" 'If they.ean'T, Will v01l..walk straight, >e cay ,was..'not deep one. I've. you : .. :Specialty:\
. ip.ierihtiiiit., ..,' ... eUlaM her,.ae I will leavet'> ...Vl"J;: .if* :. There-was tunnel* only a walL. Resolutely -' chance. You'll have to try your luck : : Ask' / .
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.'. lbs Black. H.Bdred the ee* you chest with' the water again. .' !* H I o9.Ied\
r bo
4i.Uv. Ih.- she raised the )Id of the : e: c. ;
.. ..'' "I-I will walk straight, falter'e& :
11I fa; el ".B.IBB Flereaee a tarretif weak. she was'set her 1
... _..'....#>a4taWs..-r..,. are after t... \' "The tnoneyiwa* a big t mp. stepped Inside,.and .drew.the lid down. Florence* Mrs Summers j"I . . .
,.il.M...IMMMa> ...-, set. tatlon"liWl\ t./ : She was-Just in time. The door, openeI )lip*. "''J//1 <: >'il 'JMW > tr"YouoWtask I '. ',' i" *. 'P" ," . -
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'. free t or W1b.4. The Blaek Hbadrrd. ( 1'I' an4Jhre men entered talklJlv01ubty -:- for-anejxyiXJie: said, "--r' -... 1_.?.. ..f( ."
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'. after. a yeiatbrr e* a".".'. .fall, dae tIke Did.theygivH.to1yott' ? f ;; ': The, feltsperfectly secure: banteringly.!. -, \ COB Penf r ld. St.., -one. blockwest : Cures Old Sores thar Remedies West Cur*. "
; ... .... tiere. But '
;:: of 4. the H. "Yes. And more to say
... be wasting breath to Clyde Avenue (Clyde
{ should my
1, pellr... eel _..' rst-it oj diahontst work In tAlfcrii' as loudly as they pleased.To 1 j I The woret C..*..BO matter of how lone eteadlnsk
". ,,>. . '* UakUauawe4ata.s......... .1 JE ,ever'did, : __. that you
," "'" the ....".."' ., (... bex r.... the. era "Well remember :what I have said. l they pot her '. ''That_ damned Hargreave nerve!" ;; I Pal.ll .o4 Steels M Uit....... time. ,2X,90atl.Ok
;, (by a/ Miller aad ,ef .It* eeb.e..ert, :retmrevte Another misstep and I'll make an: end thunder -of her heart Strain ..o. o oooooo..oottOOO
r ,; ( ,.tbe. hetteiB eif'lbe' *. i- d'keteieJeklr 'f think I'm togcsr earIP4tB"be" might, she could gather he enarled. 1
toJyou.. .trying i
," c Ii' j ; : voaieaitBleatea, ,.... fast you1.po' You've"wlt'neased butjlittle, of 'what they said, except: He rolled up his sleevesand stepped ::
A bex:IB sal
4apllc1.> pleated ,
'. j?, ..... Se red. by (be ba... ,bt before to it'lif..and) death ia.'thii.: "J( largreave had this paper! we toward her. She braced herself and 04 I II' 11111 I 11111 11111 III lit II' II i 111111111111111 I 1111. IFORSA'LI
Ii 1 ....'-.,..,....--'....enserlerd ,. aetbblateplt -. : Now '! might all be put on the defensive Toa did not ,eyes from his. Suddenly '
I housed along !
run .
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dtaIpp.aa.Flal. outsider a blank paperBut from, at all, came a
t is nowhere ;
., ......_.........._" JLt the Garden Jim and Florence .
: '<.>.!.. Bralat ........* ,. ....... tbetW ,sauntered among the crowd, not. having the boss will be able to read it: ., handsOne clutched the gun
;: i __ ," The moved away'from the other lajd hold oftJr..wie. 74 r
..r ieaie 'i eeka'ld't' .*the taw 4a. tori4e 'any bartic.qlar; bjcUopomt in speaker wale sand '
.>. *...,.. tmlm. free reeea f. the beaae,, newX .JJ' J J.j the'Vicinity the chest and she heard. .. A',quick pull followed and
Tb. lively ** plet by .
!' **r1.. aria the. swllre ait the ....1. .f "Shi" whispered Jim. no more. Braine leganto topple. even as .
\ ' _ek aud roevlta. la a raid .. thebleh. "Wh.t is It'" Very deftly Florence raised tM lid he ,fell he managed to fling himself
.aaS .......,,_....- <'-beweT.r, box." I to out. The"'man, 1 atop his. assailant; and it was only : Beautiful well-built five-room bungalow, modern. prettied.dining 1
. Perigoff Is'yondeVIn a just enough peep
.".. ...,,_ .. b. ._... .r reeriti. )'',.. "Olga
"} 1"# Tile. .....-:. ........ berla> .f f'''. "Very ; let us go and sit with'. ,'who had been :talking' w.s putting when the struggle began in the water : room in town ; two fireplaces screened-m'back,porch,large front porch .
:: .;11 .'W_.., and '.... .. .._' ef bieAaelai her. Is weUi'on.1'" : -' t ..voot.elln' Mi "hip pocket. A* he that he recognized the reporter. All J large lot north and east front. Beautiful view of the lake. House
. ...'_>..l.e e) better .._. blattmmf But 'don't think turned towards the chest he sat, down the deviIab1in, came to the surface : ,

, br ",,,". .* ...eleatlac, we'd"Apparently.better else where,"you 4 en ,the I soapbox immediately in ;front: I and he fought with1 the fierceness of nicely furnished. -
ae.Y''Il ?4 1'-:1. ;. 4j go
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during < .t1.'.., ...'_.'._ rbire._ ence with mock loftiness, "Digs Peri- Ithe girl an exceedingly dar1ngjone.Isp every)instance thift' meddling reporter : { splendid land about four acres in high state of cultivation '&.nd '

.-sad a-fJi.: .*rl.ta|...aiaaked ball..' alvea...by1hy ... goff has written > S $m as a sitripleyoung ,. -took1 her"liberty In.her handa asehe had checkmated, him. This time one : f fenced. Come, let us introduce you to the owner with 'whom you can
them inth
t 1_,w_ .*era.. ". >.. fool, and that'iiTwhy' sooner or I excutedthe deed But theIlm-1 Pr4:, the o her. of, should stay! \ : ,
,- y ,t...., .Mill*.... ffJ.ea. .Ia'-tl'] ..k later I'm going to-p Hhe shoe on |th*. As Lof.the 'cVr. .},I4 ed.heMWhen: ; shewirhers. I !. water- '.. : deal, direct'.. Best of reatons,f6r selung', : '

,, 1- !. .' _,, _. .* other.foot.. You'* d..J nee haveqod.; ..- 'ICh..d. do ,-IIi.f.1'per: Norton recognized that he had aTarg : five acre of land on the<<\, hard road one-quartet u..rrWa"f'

'.' ,.-..) died me long' enough.: /,Inasmuch: '1. Iam : Ti>tdiF'b fon-1Itrrr to disable : city limits, excellent orange land,, fine :place for excellent,,suburban

,; I>l't ',7-.r'i .' ,CHAPTER XIX the .stake they are playing for' ->ti"* **rritdvhwanrto. her before- tke-bBrain,them was.. .;Ibc;now4-cognJtlon fi-ank: and. t.ut between! ; ". home. Price 132$. .: '- ,'j . JI'I(. ,IJ'.I,$ -

,. ", intend to have something' more" thhjafa; men left the cave. As she heard the thoic could .1\\<1"411'; be aniiplv) |; : PINEDALJEr--We have a number of five-acre loU'ini) Pinedale, '
7 Iff'A in..shMt of Paper ... speaking Dalt In the pl.y ; "- hidden door' ar in closing she raised '
the !logical place for suburban homeu Lands high-and dry beautiful '
nldet'.ejlP J't. .
:.A1l righti' ; 'yooV. the admiralT"1 \t and)ftopped' out breathing tftlc I. ) *
} Florence ...-.. fortnight in'recov- tbeT'fjid: 4. ; .
: ,Yyoufr'aldeid:, 1manJortonMSnted : ; view of the and lake. ', .if. '
; ,:ering from the shock of her experience: said with pretended lightness. -.i t deeply. "Thel paper she had prio%>'edViatiindafed ej : town / :f'r it,
'ptt t'2 Vat, the m..ke4.ball '"of theiPtincess So the two of them joined leir I ijlankj but Jones or.'Jim i J&raine''ai !reecM for: the : .We have seven acres oner-quarter mile'from ciry'Iimitj''five'acrecleared

: ""' Eakr,a,who, by the way, disappeared subtle enemy .conscience: of a tingle, wouM know What-ft*do.4ith It.I And. : ftpOrte thtktJjJ 1 : and in cultivation, fenced, 'g od deep well' ,.two)acre* not J fully -
1: they did V On her p rt, wouldn't they be surprised when she Norton said nothing but strucX the 't'. f. -
.,, 4Wm flow Vork'shortly after tie Are.Dq of et a* ; I cleared. Price .$ 000.. "' "' 'A ..f' .."
..1- ; doubt:. ,becaase of tier fear pf the the countess: waa always SUSPl<: told them what she had accomplished 1 hand aside. For a mbment they,both : j J"

tt i ,Black Hundred. The ,fire did not de- sleepy-eyed reporter. She lOSi'ottbl. alii alone T>> tJier/exultation wae-j of : wentinndejr ,iThey ucame up sputterUg -' GROVE PROPERTY!-Forty. acres rich hammock land two'and -

t. .**roy'wa house,'but most of the fur- could tell hom much Me-knew. ; i short durationChe: ; heard/the/ wbine each.'trying-for:(' a bol.' 'fewa;:. ''one-halt miles from Vatlway town'. .'about four acrei' large1,,bearing' :

i ,Mshlngs/wer so thoroughly drenched: Florence: she wan !Veaonably" : ; of,the dQo* o. its'hinges-IThe1. tnen > terribly) :..neryattnf stfngglel : orange trees, good' land for excellent grove and' farming.:' Cheap'jatOne j$3,5OCL ;
'bI'.tu that they:were' practically and so long as she could fool the pretty -; weryj ln"h7"> -4\J* -.J : a Flornc4"eond| dqnothing,Th'oat ,

,\-t( .: roinen.:' Her eomlnr"and going-wera 1 I .infant the suspicions: of the reporter >They: 'Wre'tetnrwing-becaoKe-tney' : .Ii; : | drift ', .1\ '

.. ; pine day. wonder and then th*'pub1 were of a negligible' quantity.She; had discovered a woman's shoeprintoutside. away from the fighting men. Once hundred sixty acretfpfr ianof fiveVmilet iron ,rilwa y. ta p.

)'* .1. lie found something else to talk about. greeted them ,ed'ulvcJ.nd --offered It pointed toward the caye, she tried to reach Brains with(: the located on ,lake fine'fishingi and huntif... Good' neighborhood \

Norton wa. constant: yisitof the them chairs. For.half ai h01Jr-they" freshly, and there was none coming pole he had,been using, but failed.' ,: R. FjD. route aftd' telephone'line,,,good school two.milesfiomgood, "
rJ I '.Hhrgrcava place. .Ther* Was to.,him sat there thmtttnB nanittea.. all !th.y.hit. away. To reenter the chest would be From the shore came another boat. store' five in itate of cultivation.all under.fcube
high and '
tiktere in 1s.chmln4. deeper .the For awhile she could not- tell whetherit :, ; acre| ; C
:JIk n' r that mysterious ? r-I.: ;;, '")haM, It would be. first place '' "
.. .4 honae, with it* :hidden panels, its false concerns.: the.! men would look. She glanced contained friends of enemiesv It : fences. Splendid pasture, new four-room house, goodbam. ,/ well, -

'(, ,;j, Moors, Its secret tunnel; but he,treat-; ,t.\WhQ the man in ..areb'oiFlo, nce abou'ti'desperaury;":_
.. jnpon the same ,Mai at hitlW ,eventually arrlve4andaeked the :jnanarerjof chance, the w JJ. And even while the helpless.. : When'she heard the acre of .orange,and grapefruit tree. Great!' fortune' itmr be built top .

'-On i, thing. \however} \q\ He felt the'':garden' Iflh. kiiewtMissHargreave :: doorvj-Wa* IlngingJnward letting!the ' calK.J encouragingly to on this place citrus'fruit and ,trucking. Also fine land"., for1Ugar"tane
aightij *maiiagr she .h.1ciiew then that the brave
;.1t. .jof.aecurit 'in j gard tol Flor fbj tha//; brilliant sunshine enter summon- Brains :
... fi raw:h.-had ,'not.felt before. pointed toward..he'vboXJJThe' : "'ifi&n ed! apache \dcoaraBr* !'arnd. ,let>i herself ne-ht .of j)1'ft.wtbart.'was going tQ ,where"syrup can be made!! and sold ce' big profit !We-want'tovshow ) 4

: assignments: he ran' out wound his way in and out of the fdler. down into the well, which: proved toothinnor&1oI come to naught She knew a little 'yuithi< place and give you ,all the particular ''CAA'b'e'old'-i.i...
and,did twhathe.could ta and byithijUm0JteChd: the box. beZ' \..lea*.'than -an'underground about motor: .She; threw on the power couraging: price rta favorable ..,'Of payment'P: .:< '
.!!'. Florence Tied I jd.- and 'he -straleht"tow.rd' ,the .. ;
'aJDQ8e\* sweetheart. Later they Jim and river I '
., ''mvmavtw.daptroach.dand shouted at :her Three thousand. acre'ranch located L lock'jfronv'iaifwaydepot , ;
the ride in the runabout andCJIl partoreJ The men cam in with a rush. They rowboat. men ; '

;. f. she became a* "lively. a1 abs asked Jf>h.l twM )flss Iarcrea". tippet baxe-looked' Iltoh.. chest.and but abs did not.alter,her..iOuraeJ'.Tbe I -. ;.'conv iuentio.coun'ty t seat .t WD.welr1mp .ov..... : :an'd'some, ., :.
: _- For the moment the countes1 suspectd W>HtoMiw" $ oirfa| vWentlr 14; 'COB: rowboaf.had iU> vide. 'rW'J7'j/' ..',.. -j\\ ;: ;' .
It MabeuId* eaten Norton .. a-tran"Then-it'aPl: > led t* ..h.rmlnCtthiilt"then jnand ..shaking u.mcn: .t.' !Jnr.-L! --the. 3'. ;
: t 'All kind of Florida and 'tmenfi particufart.'to.interejtedpartie
.'b:1 wa* offtrapt1tmIghtbsweILtO.PO5&ai'l4h'OflC5v' his head.. Their search wa thorough, "Jim," *.h.cri.r." ,, ...... '
,o'zPtWaa if but they found no one 0 And at length. Norton suddenly' flung off 'Braineand : ; *., ". ', ',. r(, r . '.t : ,t'', )

\ t lngV! innocently 'Sn- only to learn what, 'the outcome. : might; they began to reason that yperhapaawom : began to swim. madly for the- motorboat '' :: \!. : J

) .o i bi.. "> -' t*: r* *Lf ..v bad got a* far'as tm door and / which: Florence: had brought I ; :

, ,.. .' .', way a dozen'times ."Y... iWaiwtedV: IhCA.L then turned away, walking ori the turf. about. Even then it -was only by:th* .. .. ,,,
'1J\;: Iht"a bath* the matter J The man' took a letter Sr'omhli pocket : Meantime Florence: was born along"lack.11\ the world. that Norton NELSON. lB" EAtTiCb -"

; :A1. again 7' i and ,handed 'lt. to Olga, fsaying: b t y. the swift-current of-the Driver, managed to 'catch: the gunwale.: The ';.t '

4'- s.f.only avagu. Is- Give this to'your'father. ,He know which gained in swiftness every. mo- rest:of it was simple." .'When s,they ._ ,,
I, other me so long how to'read It,"" ,- "' I ;; ment.' From time to time'sh. bumped finally reached a.haven, Florence-odd II ,......>.. ,
. a. I do It hi4wid.d . BeSora' she could reply) the man ,had "along the' rocky walls, bat abs ly enongh' thotight 't of the. Ji4rs. 'she

.. .., Ii* itH1 turned and wa hurrying away7-. _: clung to life 'vallently.. In .tan "min- had left tethered nine mile*'from!the, .REAR ,:STATE:, .A."KL." ):u: iISSIMMEFa J .
;. v o. ? yiag bI cur. Olga,opened the .note. her'l, heart e was swept to the other aide atablea.' She; laughed hysterically' w : r .
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", ,- beattac'.turl u7! ..' .,''it ">M ''utterly ot 111;' into '!.he"rapld.rbllt' the ''I guess Mwontdis.LW* ekst .end : Jo\r\ ,vn ::-. _)$. -_ :.t, : :? -., > .*&X.< AJLlj : ': n

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.- r ; ;Paira'jB ach,.'}1..TJa..Jrult.crow : STOW Pry

.- ers of Palm Beach county: have peti.tioned ". W .
thegovernor! ctll an,' extra Save yer Hair! Get s M ees* DetUe
session'''of, thedegislatar to- provide ,
ritaitterlae right **sw-Aiss
, means for fighting the citrus canker. *., .**** * * scala.
The petition In part reads as feU.wat'Ralising : -
l'n: ., .,j '.... Every.dtrui'trili.grower In Flor- I ber. aoRietimes'earlier fruit has ea.- the.disastorus effects of coloriess
,,s 10' FWRI1)A' J. wondering.bow 10000the press riea very pooriy.. Last, ....on some ,the-diaeaae commonly known' i as the ,Thln,' brittle, and craggri*
CITRUS is mnto-.evirfenes ef negiecls4
tbeothers r Can moved fit 8 HIP low prices' are ping to;I prevaiL cars showed as high as,8O per 'Cent. Not citrus canker now infecting the groves halt s nl
Sri'mpvy. [ are- many things to"be'token: decay.: It remains: to be aeen how the., atpt .r u ..4 adJ91-r"" ",,'r-H.. lAd ..1-

I ---,..... ., ",' :" 1:1ere vv'igt jay g a t yfyinraS f rj:ntItf.lC1WncJUrQt": : : aa-.woD. ; NMenlll,...... annihilating "he- the hair as'dandru / It nisei the hair]
........ vaue, can-be) considered. Too There is.anew' factor the field state and thereby In its and its
e s of.its lustre, its strength, very ,
.cts ofd iackaonvfUe, Fla.., ch fruit in any one market will this season It seems that in some put of progress the citrus 'Industry; and fur* life eventually'producing a feverishness ._ _ _
I 1nt price. ,down, in that market. ... ther realizing' that the virulentchar ;,
.hlpplng have
citrus fit' communities, the" growers gotten I-'t> and itching of the scalp.' which
eel ;u tnep.etor n t receipts in other ,mark will together; build a packing house actor of the .dl..... requires Immediate if,not remedied th ,roots
On ovemberan I caused *
wa wFlcee to advance_ This and drastic remedies for its BUDpressten -
s; and meant and hire a man to.pat up.their cultmen'naturall'come when
-,.. -- ; n-QJf4letrilteio,,-,,""ft' It .thnm."ThOT 'and--that the-present lawe v"U .
for FJ
. 00..01 :>nd sell it or moT ; < "sr. : ; / ; air falls out
.,- U1 .- for the
better $ 1'h.' art inadequate purpose
. thlntJ.e-. e priee slower : into competition .
de' I .t0p.. 'a the.add test.Wand not >. no established connection I I with the old established operators. of auppreuing it. w. respectfully tonight' -now hair--,any tim "surely'
rial I fhe movement of 8'tapdiulti think; this matter Aver care- They hare had a smattering of experience ing, petition your excellency to call, as your ot'ICnowlton'r'
' ,. Week was only 11" and think ..the.n competent : fair soon as practical' an extra session of Get a 26-cent bottle, '" cars of oivingee'; ,whUe weather has- been good for .get beet results for the men the legislature to enact .suitable legislation Danderine from any drug ,tore:. You,' { a
the ve tabJ'e., one 'car'of:pin cara of nd i The nights have bjen, cool they are working for.,: Growers must cigars to the end that..the''citrus in- surely can have beautiful hair and lots
rob ':two care of lettuc..ere Ie e t: has been .eoJoring alowJ)', remember that every old established per 1'I I ., fthdetate.,, "moved 'the cool' nighta'ara helping distributor or firm has its own particular I "T.m I!nlhilation.1 1Cllpr. derine., Save your fcaiil. Try, ill
b: t' -'<' There has been a flrmlir m.rk t.oJ he fruit and make 'it pre- trade. "No new Than is going to "
grapefruit the peat week ')1' a.l.1t: getting close get ve..,' much'business or many orders then ;, ,
bsop. that next week the and ** ', expected vine' Ltmq.: A good de- '""away 'from the old'firm unless of. the .
kbetter.. market will fruit, '.for this happy he cuts his price Already there has the ,
of Which! 'were.Shipped *,??ggxhe llrat found. The people oft been considerable price cutting.: two '

V wit the'season have had a vays turn their attention However: the.time is clot. at hand many,
Clean chance
up and the fruitja, now 'n to. to' this time.' They have for a good,healthy demand for. good, out I
.on.bly COOd ,dem.nd. Heavy .rota be ,plea, pears, peaches and well packed, sound Florida oranges that
menta of Oran ) oth It for several months and grapefruit. There is a better feel. a
odr 'the state but they it Widelyfrom i and nce. Oranges appeal ing; prevailing among the men. who The

ute The fruit' i. galo_l to th >e demand starts ingood have the bulk of the fruit to handle. tories m' '
I -. width 11 a ,.re.t-h ; Prices are not to go dancing the
tar to going'
eon.umptJO1.! The demand It mbered that Calikd reach' fair many Season
be( has ? up, but they A For
quite Longer
good. The fruit I. forma to ship the newislana level, and the right kind of fruit is
e>>101'e<1 and well last ,- .
kind of
m, ing a' size are bring crop of is shippingparticularly going to sell at the right The
1\ are from f.irly good tlcure. Oranges its crop ,. Porto prices. There is a lot xfrait, to ; ( Florida "Citrus Fruits ,.
.& than last two to' three weeks later Rico are ..rg. quantities of I move, and it will be kept going into ... .
I 4 Year. The went out of this The old firm in the big ." ,
cool l consumption.
ni.hte oranjges., '
fair weather w and will 'Florid fruits havehad; too short: a eeasoiu.. The
which tate i* Ilea hen shippers will cities know what to do and they Heretofore )
days throughout the state fnVTi.Prev, ten ed start next 'ply and demandIt do it. They use every effort,, to get from t fine rrcesusuallysectiredforlateorangesandgrapefruitoouldbe \

fruit materially There'will helped In iA5irt the) :. rel'UJa, s. full value. for their shippers.If . had oa a much larger volume. of fruit. than. Abe, State now
mood and_hea.!)" ihipmente bit an Increate4.. de r It 'must be Ted also that, the nights continue to be cool tory markets and for a longer period.:',' /, .
"tol1.. 1. tern s appearance.Citrus i lose '
anuerp 1. The fruit now- showsua I rot haer sound in I I Mr. Green Fruit Shipper'wUl Buckeye Nurseries tave used the planting of tiievari es fbr'I I
decided improvement fruit, 'Z his colored fruit and will be the I
of tbaState.
both green us ,. ..
and a. to oJor in a few ' growers
and it b believed( every wy, oho ruit from | eliminated for this season. lie can Cigar best late
cel.ers will th.t reO: days after most .owe their'success to'this advice. orangesan4grapefruit ; I
/.1 shipments be'tuUy If 8atlaftq.with future some sections.paclcf Thl fruit must then put up fruit that will'not' be thing were introduced by Buckeye NurecRies.Buckeye .
sacked rop.rl"'grad and be moved very sea.f I an eyesore, if he'will.-Florida Grow al.1

y. .It.i, believed that Flo...ids .LL eon, toward quickly the latt; Novem- ers' New*. made Nurseries Catalog;
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'or Imm.ture Improperly"RIPpers ---- and ,
citrus tl'J t haveand Packed ment company capital stock $40 000 cigars "
xt son'this Jearned .nother le.- incorporated R. E.' Davis, pre.ldentlR. '
aeaeon ;
and In "
more careful a. to future will be L. Davis, vice-president; 3ames G. her .TeUsJWMgfPlant..
ket with unripe undersized ghutting of mar- [Column FoiOF Yeates, secretary. also. .AJ.a'iCPa a W7 t er j

wRaetit The lesson and uncp Okeechobee. -Home Camber A Construction phase cl. tnaa fruit altar& It U a couplet* success awl all Us i9
I, i .ibis.n I company, capital stock $25- advice has been tried out in the experience of successful growers\.
market satisfactorily FROM 000. incorporated; B. L. Churchill, small. described 1AcS.tail many of diem..i fflustrated aatur4colon.
Varieties ;
some of
that hoe been the Junk! THE ADVANCING president M. A. Bunnell and B. A. dew
chipped out of the ; Some 01 the hat groves ol the Stan are pictured to propermetbodeof
since September lit-The Packer.state OF FLORIDA. ',' Rouse, vice-presidents; 'Thos. B. for pIaa'c dtiivatio4 fertiliattlaa,;:spraying. book' etc., "
Owens, secretary-treasurer. I cl Wicrimbaa4I1stribu ;the free to .
to permit
A. Titusville._Upper St. Johns drain- trade Too all inti eapeaive dinc plal ten.. Yoaw1I1 be weioeme to a copy il you woufoc h
C. I. CONTBIBI/TES/ Oc.I.-Clty re district organized elected board with c' ,
/ to construct sewer voted $100,000( bond e J supervisors, including; .Frank L. while we have a supply oa iaoded'itioe is litd.rr.f
wo ki paa. mmiaeioners j:TJ. Melbourne Fla., president; J. N. ty in BUCEYE'NURBERIES"I. : ;:"
B o JII.lj..c J1'_ er..Saufard, Fla., : and -
TO FIGHT CANKER contract about McKay, ,tea\A- Barlow of Cocoa secretary Fla.; Vans ..9' OtTIZBN,' .AKKBuckeyeTrees"UIIo r-'t IKQ, c'

8truct unfinished $90.984.25 to newvt Crawford of Kissimmee and TAiiPAi rLA.5i; a;
The Atlantic Line of Hyde Park portion (section P 81' colon 'lIe. attorneys; chief engineer acres ttr
contributed $2,500 towarda railway has oo.CAA feet sanitary inch sewer eye *'. .. not yet appointed; acreage 265,000. all
which Florida citrus, the fight 1.332 feet tench terracotta y4" have
'Ing against the 'adly growers are wag feet } terracott700 p 21" MANATEE OUNTY'S which Bear
citrus cast iron
The contribution:dE.s received canker. 691 feet sixteen Inch cast 'pipe, CELERY ACREAGE hees ..t
Coliine by D. 500
Giilett sh
c Irman ot the eighteen inch e* carpe cars !
citing commltteeJ with soll4 2,200 feet twenty-four c' ct Tampa ,Fla.-It is estimated that are
In Tampa. The (kind has.headquarters now Pipe 127 manholes, fly..*tush tanks. there will! be 750 to 800 acres in celery and
the..$25,000 mark) paued Elferg.-School X"tees let con- in Manatee county this season. -
mittInc plan torntuJ.ted by the tract to erect *cool at Elfer and This is about the same acreage as last by F. '
y of 80llcl r bank. in com- Seven, Springs; former 32x73 feet I year. The crop will be in fewer hands This at
citrus belt of the)/ stat.V the with wing 36xW feet; brick; Carey's this year owing to the inability of "
<*.. the r pu... Utf8 meeting cent I roof; cot $8,000; latter 33x56 feet;' some farmers to get fertilizer. good. '

.' iIta '" .. '!ft- :",.e: mong the bankers withpieced $1,800.frame Instruction; shingle roof; cost 1'L Sending the'Bouniyr '

: eelty of ,
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ter:1tine: ,. to te 'Sanf9..i.Baptist church, Rev. C. .. t i I
this dangero Dol math, pastor, let contracts to erect of the.term to""ther i-
L tore ,it secures! a foothold, which will ilding; 85x51 feet and 30x50 feet: South Apopka ,
i"I.". Xn ruiflvere UUU" to8t asset which Eeproof; metal shingle roof,; wood *' t
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t"a. ;ty costing neam ten; cost $5,000. City
t 'been 8011- learwater._Pinellas county de- .
i .'tJUlEe 'd anneI' J, f q""l.r.nm"r .Jl '"sea[:, .o..;.ttJo.: ;'*p3yd $60,000. bands. for road imirabte The leading varieties 'r, f :*
Tamil can people make It he one ble v'B..1/1tl enti. and Oranges. The ,
I'9nlon. f dii-
f fr 'possible. '- year "henever dock i fI-wr.-PIneUa8, county the lowest prices.' '
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\1\' : Costa thi 1 will grade and pave with There is a demand jn
'Sto.CJo. ( from _;
to : t _". prick N. Ninth street Send for Free Catalog -- .
ttt So's 1 make a real, : Bent paving to outh end of 'I '",

.:everybody close, the Stores the.Ioea)' !merehantl will r while a one- Barter mile north'of Addrrss the, city'for all you: grow

ys Some PPctfcalJy' aJJ. day. of.tIIem SOUTH'APOPKA'
.at: but wlII leep' open'until 10 I L. Earl Thornton, city ,
: betfer..hlnemlier Main street be- in 'garden raise in
the .ea- pave ,
soning for OCOEE, ,
the your
sauce before Jefferson street, ,
,;: .'bas It i. & .shoal !; tFie banks that} time.willAtter .TO"dl't'O..and wood block ion, :con- .....00... O. .0. .....O.. is ,j., I' Iyourroof. '
closed .
. ., curb produce .
f1' th6Tbankaglvtng : .,', base; granite ; : or : on j
4linner you accoant; lumber pure. '
can go to the matinee If focal '"
you like Both I be treated by +
,/ ;
: theaters and
.hin. will have. a. specfallThanlu. dao 14 'of Southern Paving Con.truc- your farm orchard. .
Program ,
at the matinee main office ChatUUarasota. ..
. and 0 'company,
'#' i iA Dieht.howl.< :The Dixie bes already for 4er :
lannouneed a big tture' w curb YELLOW PINE
'. j ., .ftJm.:, "Th. .-City will grade,
", WfehingRing.... (o.. the day., wi with asphaltic concrete Main
,.\.., .I.. .............. .- - J, I.rt '.'Viaeet\ from Gulf Stream avenue to =
I j, I;mon avenue, width 39 feet: Pine New Owners '
; 'BAND CONCEwJ'TUNIGr', Cr apple.l avenue from Sixth to Seventh: COMPANY }
pJtreeta. winth- 27 feet; Mango ave- 7
7ie'Biealmmee band'rrill :nue from Seventh to Main street, .'
. ) i 4 an open air ve'0 width 29 feet. t .. Lrr

fl: .Owa 4 day.):,This in the iathe concert parkway, on Broad.0 e construct Vernon.road+Wash from gton Douglas.county Ferry will to EVERYTHING is the connecting link be-.

; A of th. second 'concert ty. Vernon road, about 12 mile; also '
'serii'tobe eeason'given andinauguretes, a similar road six mile long. tween what you have to
' each BAdentown.. B. Sias, Belleview,
,,. iridaynight.during em Weather; the;winter rip.-. Fla., will establish ice cream factory. TO BUILD
.rwi Some of'the conditions' inter. .riceIv. -I Tampa-Tampa Brush Co., capital sell and the city table. ,
concert wil ease 0t1ne.r"b Henry
the grandstand stock $15,000, incorporated; 4
: others' and Leiman. president; Abe Maas. vice- yy
0 points on Br.adway, made president; Geo. D. Hauser, secretary- =
O+apee.6ooooae s per treasurer. Free Delivery
the Tampa.-Karl L. Harter and H. T.

LeaefsadMa1lopatt an overotBasei wsachaaed Reynolds company'are to'prpmting manufacture organizationof automo- We are fully equipped and Prompt Handling;

, ,+ +theJ. rI( 'Rmitb bile speed-regulating device. hmtber- rouh and dre ed..e-: Low RatsSOUTERN
,Brack 'streets and p Pensacola.--Ja*. E. Plew of Chicago "' thi
r moved e.'of Window
reported to have t
''fr'om Orange and other are
t'I'I I'I I'It -_ connty.'here7 'riveter vegetable purchased 9,000 acres farm land in aft f I kind;'F..mina'.dteaaed and I '

"' ry. favorable so Escambia Baldwin county county for and$200,000 10,000 acre and to In We also' 'carrjrja; complete' line' of.. :: EXPRESS"',' r

past years, there ,
colonize with western farmers. Varnishes and Gla> We are I e
i + te. A conservative Develop- u I .t-i i ' '. j
Iargesf this total at fifty Port Tampa. Port Tampa ihiQ :fo r your 'b KiM or yur, ; COMPANY l ; t

braces Palm ..City T ...w ..! w ,_ -., -.- ; _--- ., I .- - ,;

ter ; i w c r (true large,fruit,tr.d.ia and winter being i Dph't Fi|l"To.Read. "Service is Standard". f"p

tings consist largebles '
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{AT e e,car of knts peppers and December potatoes., beans, This-" '. I F Send for Free I yi r

1, a are start by i A.-t.Jit r ;
will be on an export Am offering this most unusual bargain & a
; p will be made in and grapefruit prop '
tHt ma in orange 0/".'
S = a 1 tnixed basis. ertjr, showing fine !Income. Twenty We will be glad to give you io 0l,' ,
?> > ''"" > < acres best hammock land close ,to I
ship- transportation and brick highway Contractors Estimates on house .#. .
i&teffi; >$Si (authorized). About 909 .large bearing ,p c .'
the trees: present crop estimated?at
The 1,600 boxes oranges, 800 boxes graPe-
1i x.of fruit. Fitacres in cultivation ottt ,. ,
b theli aide, gTO 1; .Tie, buildings. Price YHoW: IJ jee All .
is fue ., itc1 .i7JSOO sale. Terms xrt>inciuded liberal. Crop provided would quick'Iro ; ,I in dnM. .x :.- s

one toward first payment. ; 'or, ..13
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CONVENTION 'I so1J1.ISOFJjcEWLcQJIi. : Y ., arrived In'this 'city last.weektj: eyJ1O5..S4" ''''"j; .i.\ ',

,- FJa.-The eyes of all Sun": I spend a few weekayrith ..

. ,day.arhontworkers throughout. _the : : i_*.-i.-" "-., :. >fr.> Ji Ti *T&ir..n' ; : ex I _

: ; -'wy rwnUw urniflgtoWard ampa, .....,.- .. .taka '. position, as d.pot- age le.teallze.t9'Wbat, eondl., 'u\
IlKNIE' ) O RE''WI ; CONTIUBUTJES where from November 23rd to 26th., JJ: Bratton, who was appointed twenty-eight acres, 3,383 crates: value ;again. -, depend.pon: ;-\ '

: ARTICLE ON SEMI. will be held the greet state conven I by the county commissioners to pro $2,271; tomatoes, five A Mi.'IFirtylw.. given at t| vidneys..nearly.all'u v 2 MI' of. ,. V&

\ NOLE INDIANS-LEGISLATICE; tion. .The gathering promises to be cure the agricultural, horticulturaland acres710 crates, Value $933; squash, 'home of Mond/Bician in .h"'a| | .,

COMMITTEE WILL DISTRIBUTE the largest and most enthusiastic. ever, Jive stock statistics of the county{ one acre, 100 crates, value $15: egg. night of last: veek' in honor of 1s In.",.make" '* \.*-......,. .". !
RilayWsonL.ur4orm.r .
held Florida. : depo-age ,... .."" -
in for the -one-fourth ,. ._
information o( .thq stote. de. 'planV ''twenty-seven- :: ......"
t .)fan,. of..Florida's 'I most -brilliant -,The-conventionwill,under1 theOT5IaSB"6nKe paitriHiil t t nurehn.:1intahedbJ'"worlt "f -1I,1I7Jt.'tI"A'tiiV; V"alue,7255"'cu-; ; Inenttvefe1ifrsses Bea** unl'" .ho tbe other or-. .
_.r.***embl*< .ffto LakeJand1tr'I': i FEr1da:Sun Iy School: Garret, Flossie, Bryant, Ernes? f properly, *
< : :and the :statistics, after being I cumbers, one and one-fourth acres, W : h..,,.......' ,, '"'t. 1'i'l
["..k-f or the annual convention of the association. Every pastor and Sunday : approved by the commissioneis, I 1180 crates, value $180; watermelons, Brown4 Mrs.Mary rlft'ft1anct! ;not .......IY ... : :.1
I, tate'Federation of Women's dubs.v school superintendent in the .tate isl: were sent to the department 1o' be forty-nine and ,one-elgh acr sr fib -I. Drown dezars.. Xil..w'' .... .....n..... .g'Ibed'OJ ,;,: -

[ Kisslnrmee is represented by Mrs. a delegate without election, and each I published in t>o6k form' along with 4 i I teen carloads, value $1,675; strawber- John Rowland. i..awrenci Garrett .... hI..... ...".... ....... ...... -. .. :
Minnie Moore Willson, who, in add)1- school in addition ia entitled thur Garret Theodore. and .. ..,
to send I stmiliar statistics gathered in every I rice, one and one-fourth acres 1,530 In .ny ""y to..... ; .
f [tion to being1 in the convention body, two delegates for the first 100 enroll- county of the state. quarts, value $358.50; cantaloupes, Brown. t. ,.n.w. A.'n.. . 'whFch$5 :. ..., ,

ih... contributed: to the legislative committee ment, and one additional delegate for I one acre, ten crates value $30; beets, Misses' Fro..', Bryant, E." diSeSS kidney : '
I, V an article on' .the "Seminoles each additional 100 or fraction thereof. The statistics are for the purposeof seven and one-half facres, 160 crates,. Brown and Mrs. Mary Griner8".c| *., Advanced form Q..vnll.aBdhorseback

I-of' Florida and Their Rights in the Elaborate preparations are, being showing the wealth and resources i riding' Monday afWTOJ aused nearly ten.tno of N-. .AM
VfM value $225 beans, eighteen acres 1- ... ,
of the ; t 'l''
state and have connection u'i' (
no the
This Mrs. Melt >
fj Everglades. article has been made for the entertainment of all del I 844 crates value Bryant was a yf 1913 |n beboovea'
Iput'in.pamphlet! form and. will be distributed egates. Banquets will b, held ,daily i with tax assessments, though a great Mrs. E. E. Brown Monday aths Therefore, it health \ '
| Cllrua 168545. the \
; broadcast by the legislative in the Y. M. C. A. dining hall, whereall many people hesitate to give the Information Mrs Mary r-s Tuj ork alone. atterrtion toher ;
I 50-
Oranges, 62,170 bearing trees, ren ileft on.
asked for by the statisticans I : tO pay. organa., .
f committee. in attendance will dine together, i home in O aftfus most important that hal
500 non-bearing (at ) trees
TheN is In Florida because of this impression. For present few here via?of these compound :
probably no person and where informal speeches will be ing a days herbal kidneY ul
crates value lem- ideal
148,819 ,
: of the that reason. Mr. Bratton'g report is : ; cousin Flossie ? A" s as a
; SO capable "representing made. Twenty-five sessions of the Miss Brya succe
-I. of the Seminoles Will- not as complete as it would have beenif .,, ons, 305 bearing trees, 2,267 nonrbearing Mr. had remarkaole Kilmer's swamP"Root.:
'cau e as Mrs convention will be held covering discussions I Joel Yates and Job-i r\r Bladder

; 4 son. She is a real, personal friend to in every phase of Sunday he could have obtained all the Information ; grapefruit trees, ,372 13,600 crates bearing, value trees,$810 32-; left Tuesday for R. D. WP \1 remedy jdney,. Liver and \ ,Ii'
ftc Indians and has an intimate school work from the cradle roll to sought, though it repre- I II 118 non-bearing trees, 26,742 crates, ranch to look abo' thei i I the- great-.*._ _. l.nC.II.. of -
l of their life and needs. sents a thorough canvass of the county few / Itemeu '
knowledge the'home department. No feature has days. and beallng T i onstesgsSsr5 r
Her article, prepared for the federatIon been omitted. and shows figures of which we canwell' '!I, value value $37,715. ; limes, twelve crates, Mr.'Riley Wilson left ight
$25.Other '
\ is given here in part: be proud. Many persons refusedto for Green Cove Springs wvl1 .
: p MAY ORGANIZE LOCAL make statements of what they own Fruits. Etc.. 1236750. visit his uncle for a f \ LLqUITS I
H .. FLORIDA L Pineapples, sixteen crates value an ,
"J'HE SEMINOLES OF ORDER OF MOOSEC. ed, numbers of cattle on hand or numbers m nta the remedY.who ,
''ti f. l'< AND THEIR RIGHTS IN TilE of acres of produce grown. Then $45: avocado pears. one tree: bananas BICYCLE SHO$. have used Iddnll, re- -

t EVERGLADES. J. Loomis, national director of too, many of the people who ohly raisea I 160 bunches, value $114; peanuts ... I Tf' yOU' feel. tbat__lour yo.... a' ip1e! ,

the Loyal Order of Moose, spent several garden for home have never figured -I eight acres, 338 bushels, valueI The Osceola Bicypany has I, attention, MiiU Dr Ki\mer &\ '.0.s

(By Minnie clays in the city this Week looking what the produce from these gar. I $871.50; mangoes, twelve trees, one I moved out of its okra at 105 ( bottle, write to '1. Menti this paper -
f I'I the field over with a view to in- dens is worth to them in dollars and I crate, value $3; Japanese persimmons, I Broadway, into I lartters at A 3 Binghamton, N. cents and the el

For the pant two monthc the hearts stituting lodge of that order here. cents, therefore, no estimate of the 102 trees, forty crates, value $56; I Broadway. The. Ire room is I It enclose ten it to you by' j'ar
of have been saddened
) the American people Mr. Loomis stated that he was planted- -raised. uavaz, 279erateevalue $287 cocoa- almost double the/ the old one gladly forward
acreage ihcrop ;
by the recitals, verbal and pictorial metinjf"withflattering" e7H! aralre-/ These home gardens represent an important -i nut, one tree; -pecans, nineteen hear I and is properly /up with the\ Post. sold br every drug-

of the atrocities practiced upon ment, and that he expected to be able item in the county's total ing trees, 120 non-bearing trees, eight I necessary toolab care of the I SwamPJ00t Is two -IIIPa.-,60c and .
the innocent and helpless in the terrible bottles-'of di4wi
war-conflict of the nations of to organize with a large membershipin wealth, however, and if an estimateof I bushels, value $70; pears, fifty-four I constantly incr .epair trade. .& gist In 5:

I a short time. He was called away their value could have been obtained bearing trees, sixty-six nonbearingtrees L. Johnson, th;known proprietor I 100.
:Europe. Moving picture I films Wednesday night, but left the matterin a surprising increase in the figures I fourteen barrels, value $30; I announce he has secured de Leon

among other distersaing sights old the hands of Edwin Pound who will showing vegetables' grown would peaches, 1,001 bearing' trees 1,548 I the agency f' pope motorcycle 1 I St. AUgustine.-ponce Sr.,

i /women and little children driven before from the continue the work of soliciting member have been made. j non-bearing trees, 345 bushels, value in addition l6ig' line of bicycles. Bridge comp'any bridge acn>ssconstr

their horoes and fleeing until Mr. Loomis returns. $745; plums five l bearing trees, sixty will feet; wooden
,enemy, trying their little bundles, The Moose is benevolent and Another Year's Increase. I. Seven phiiadelphia prelliden 1.700x20
a social I non-bearing trees, six bushels!' value I il\t'\ in \ North ;
tr7mel the pitiful salvage from the wreck with aims and In studying this report it must heremembercl employ over six cost $80,000. _ _
order high pur- i $12; grapes'< 1,344 pounds, value $134; I oyoco women structure; .-3
S //Of their homes;they flee. terror-Btrick- also!; that these!; figures
I' poses and, if properly conducted I I firs fifty-five non-liearing trees. teen I
'iVFb.trsatn1. '....n and starving, to find refuge where would prove a valuable addition to the I cover the year frortt July 1, J913, to Domestic Animal. $1.704,586. -years.- e. m "

(they can. fraternal. order. of Kissimni I July 1. 1914. Another year will showbig Horses!; on hand 1.(>i49! : value $107-
In Florida we have a people> who increases all along the line. For
wj I 72t; coltv on hand 1(11.( \alue] $0,471 ;
;have fought no less bravely and honorably ing to serve the highest as; well as I II instance hundreds of the non-bearing
; /
mule] on hand I 1(59;!), valu" ?;!<>,7f 8;
I all i is dear to the heart, orange and grapefruit tree of last I
foil that (th< loweht of their fellow citizens | mule .1''of man, and their histoiv i is no less it is earnestly hoped] that the heart j year are laden with fruit this year: iennets on hand twenty-five, value] '
.' 'tragic, Hidden in the dreary Everglades I I cri'.i of the Mlt-nt dwellers of tht'l) truck i ij. being grown on a much moreextensive ; '
.r>:.0( : work oxen on hand forty--ix, I
puahed to thi-ir, last t'xil''nulr'l i I .1I..dl.(!I .. \\ ill he heaid 1 and justice !tnd.) '('all' than ever before: and value :$::.2: I(>; milch ccu4(1(1( (!, value]

,are to be found a band of 1Idii4fl"I* I'fair }play be /giM'n to these red chil- (this has been a banner year in theicuttle I $21: .1615! : nativetock cattle !'!<,!<(ol-t.
c.f the i industry, both in' point of big'
.Shattered remnant American | d!
alut1.428,120: : ( thoroiiirhlm cat-
: "aborlglnes-the Seminoles Today uni- While probably' all the club) memIMIS and profitable. .. and the number' lip ::11 il.I vnliii. SKM.SO.( /

tersal sentiment is going out to t tlii'- I of llirile] ] aie familiar with thea of cattle-raii>ed and imported.While ) Movement Thin 'lear in ( atlle.Sh I iiogj
'remnant of a people who hav> foughtXo. I, lion? of the Kloraula )legislature- I last year"t'avlerr' aricafo. -
| -* I-Ic.:: 'lo Valu of f $618.962./
bravely for the land of their birth. It ,In1-, .(".'.10/1./ still a brief lecital as ]Ii|st, ej in this- itportVa'- probably ) i atticiunha)" u >- d i 4H.K84! }head -'sJ,
j ,for their homes. and foi the burial will refrc"-h" ) the 111<'mOl"\'. not a fourth! of that ,.tll"c'L it i< .
*27K.s! ; :.!i: -attic Mild !I''M'I!! head
kindred.! I .nt IT"t'rjr" to note that the Grn'vci;, "'
)*' 4 raCe of their The Seminole. Lund lull granting' a I :171.4.; :>.'.: .-anl"huichtcrod! '. \
p. V 'Mute Story ofn Oppressed,, 1"01,1.| luijri- tract of 1(111(4.. ) pa-- ".alui :*r.J.Ci: ('i. hogs on hat "
t The history of the honw-loving, hou<. anileiiale/ with one" dis'entiniite. I "llInl"d.l for commercial }JMDPIIHS ." I : ', Safe Deposit
: .2. value .S1".7M I 1 : IWI!' '-laugi, "
-w. Seminoles is a very Iliad of tiagedy, \ t "I l hi, billvas passed Jiy a body this" year. This does not ifli 1(1(10bu'r ), I .
1 _________ poignantly touching story of a (dc- of men who hail carefully! wpighc-el the i ,i- that may be. tailed in thehmiif I I J.hf.r.! xa'u"I'.H'S! ; hog ,I'I "
". ; : 'I 10.1.I ',. \ilui- "2.-,0., -hc-ep, / I di 1 1I Advantages
in dire necessity. Far matter of ,'eoervation-most of it jraxle'is of t the county 01 VIu/ 111-
people a a .
'? spoiled i k ;,.:!. 'alto. 2i.4t.;, ;.: -lies'i. ,.p" ,,, d 1
tracklesswilds iti's other than aiouml Kissimmee.
they and farther into the swampy' and almost uninhabitable, "
t 4.1 iO. Milii" $I2:00: :: -l' fTtU'd I.
; "1"
of the wamp nio1ii--CI-. thv area't't considered< the best available ,\uit her intei-"stinf comparison of .( -
:!Ofl.( iiiue .f70; (> .u, "" '
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? have.been driven. their once, well- refuge: for this frail .remnant of increased acreage is in eggplant] According I Proof "aul ,
( .. gte r
: liul'
12.'t4.! :< .11.<- )I"J; ; : 1"1.' 1. anti i
> stocked hunting grounds depleted arid the original owners of all this Ever- i to report' of the local giowei 1 I h, I ire Ii i ..i mmcc
!4.u>, "aluc fTlii'v:! ;: /.I I'Mii, Ilf', I Rank
fields and gardens taken fro'm.them jrladp** s moic I than/ i\ty lIe'e"f l'lI"vplllnt 01 Ihl' ( iti7t'n. ables. aU5C1
( ) "their country.This J.2: ,:r; flcMctt. 4tt(;t ti'J;: ,,M-und-, '. .aliH1Dairy. '$" ::.!' fur your v8lli ; ,,
1Z . bv the .,vt'r.il1<'IOal'hlllC whiteIUfl act of Klorida'* representativecitizens !i are in cultivation, thi.year! and give I'ul': 1'iln"c' the "ia..e e<.uriy. Privac
I \ fll,9M7.;! ! Und It
There hat been no wanton should go down in history tithe i promise of big crops.! I \alui- .* il ....,.Urc.b lbiloO!
I '
lcnJJ.JS.: : 14.O! : ,
,bloodshed, perhaps; no barbarouscrieIty everlasting praise of that splendid ;j- The county is really jut itcginningI 1 1 and vi'-i-d I JJ.JJti 1; dcizenvalue tggi'old ( on"1\It'1\- i
has .been practiced no dumdum of All I development ulong agricultuial .
body right-thinking to
I men. overthi. II |I 182.127'' time
S.'iS.Srjti: ; milkold and u-c-d l ( IS
4 : bullets have been ub..d l nor sharp- country was the good news lines and many thousands of arjes of ,I Ness; BOlL
; ,
edged sabres thrust into the hearts of I aIded by the pies" association to its fertileojl 'i is yet untouched. The gallon] value S4O.M( : l>utter void a otiu'.cd ( ltENT A SAFE DEl'051T ,
:2 1.dIO! (! |l.nuId-. value $R.f..r8.:!! :
the1tt"apecu1atOrs' l1t'r-I' bulk of wealth .t
SeminolJs but the
''the non-resisting ; Indian department as well as to county' comes
",. I (Jrand; total of vahif *2.81,722! ('iti( c4tt 111 only "'
from its cattle and citrus industiiefbut
continuous cry, deeply interested friends of the"e \ = I The ., yeal\: ,I.,
..00 pet'
"Move onT Move on!" has rung in dens of the state. the figures given below are proof - FIn0 I and $ 14U
of that for those h'lIla-c'it\ voted $7.ri.OoO' i. 00(1'44)) i ....... .
their ears for thrw-ouarters a cen- agriculture is profitable I ; ...
Alas! The pathoe of the story the --
I "
... who l iiigage in it. i-onstruct electric-light plant. )
..tury.'The unhappy sequel came when thir bill
field Products, Total Value ; I
who ; :
Seminoles gavetheir vetoed bv the the la-I ,
Everglades was governor on
) pledgein 1842 General Worth day of the legislative/ session whenit Corn, 711 acres, I'2.i22: : bushels, i AN ACTIVE LIVER MEANS i Arthur E. Donegan\, P. K. Weaver,
dt'lthti value $ !:;,>..'{US!: ; oats. One-third acre, 6
I ,
and to I
"never to take up arms wa too late to pass the bill oVerthe I HEALTH. j President. Cashcr.-
from all aggression upon their white veto; thus-leaving the Indians bushels, value $fi; rice, forty-seven j I

.: .ighbors, and to confine themselvesto these distinctive Floridian nativesmore and orw-half aerciI I llfiO bushels" value i If you want good health a clear

'I. -, certain areas within the southern helpless and dependent than ever $80: CHHsnva. one acre, five and one-i complexion and freedom from Dizziness -

peninsula of Florida" have kept faith before. half tons value $90: sugar cane.' thir Constipation, Biliousness, Headaches . .
ty-one ac'res, 390 barrels value
with their white conquerors. With syrup and Indigestion.take Dr. King's
Work for the Future.
_ _
:their fev/'belonsringa.the have movedon ,The work before the friends of this $5,178; sugar, value $7,50; field .peas, .New Life Pills. They drive out fermenting .

and on,, until they can go no fur- helpless people is to secure from, th five and three-eighths acres, 149 Bushels : and undigested foods, clear ,.

,ther. ,.These red people of the great state of Florida a liIultable.tract of lataIn one-half, value $380; field pea hay, six and the Blood and Constipation.. Only
t .silent Iade. have now reached the acres, seventeentons, 25c at your druggist.,
the Everglades.with, a strong'lawprohibiting
crucial point -the great crisis of their $340; hay, 530 acres, 483 tons, value '
love with others from' hunting'or '9,676< ; Rhodes grass hay, one and
the land they
;existence living on the tract-a refuge where in one-sixlh five tons, value $100 I The of
h absorbing d votion, and it Is for acres, ; FavoritefStore Kissimmee 1 I
reu this aboriginal race can readjust .
dobravely peace millet one and one-fourth acres, three
that facing' as they
us- to see their mode of living and become
and uncomplainingly the tons, value $60; velvet bean hay, six M. TILLER :|:
citizens, Christianized and civilized .
and one-half sixteen value
acres, tons,
of their life they
changed conditions So must know that the future
today we -
shall at least not lack sufficient land of the Everglades Seminole lies 320. Real Estate Agency. f I

in ,their fastnesfces on which to sup- Vegetables, Etc., $52,486. T
; in the hands of the present just and! TINWARE
I. 'port.that life. humane citizens of Florida. This gen- Sweet potatoes, 119 acres 13io: :; tSflfltflSSfltn..a..t.t j ,

; native Americans lurk in their swamp- eighteen and one-fourth ,
place-lands to be theirs forever. acres 4721 Houses
hedged wigwams, built on.little l islands. While the life of the Florida Seminole bushels, \alue $1 .5.14; onions, two and rented. I N

,in"the gruesome Everglades wilder.'xiesC has been a turbulent one and they one-half acres, 476; crates value $.'57: Taxes paid and Titles verIfied -

eking out an existence, fearing have ever been aliens to the joys and lettuce three and one-fourth acres. for non-residents. : : That Will W

'the white man yet indt'pendN\t-too lelights of civilization there is at the 97.r> (crates value $52;5; celery, five I : Fire Life and Accident Inx I.: I

proud to receive alms of state or na-" present time an optimistic side for aries, :!.'1O: cratesalue $2,520; peppers I surance. I

I. 'Won, and only asking be "let alone. their future, pioviilinjr always that one acre 115 crates, value $175:
v A Work for Florida Women. the state of Florida will do her part Irish potatoes seventy-six acres, 6-. I ::: Indemnity Bonds. I -.4

The twentieth century slogan for and make of land for their :372 bushels, value $9,588: cabbage' WEARA
and II grant O- +++wsw+++.O+++++++++ I
'woman is "Help for the needy uplift use. Their kindled in Oklahoma have I
all." All over the United State.swomen i' -- -- '
: of and I never forgotten the remnant and - -- -- - -- - -- / : 'j't'

are crying that slogan Home have during the past few years, .

I seeking to give that help wherever it visited them in their, 'Glade homes. CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP !
I is needed. Theirwork and successes this The Oklahoma Semindles are educated I \

have been epoch-making Christians and stand ready to send If
? America of ours stands out today teachers to their brethren in Florida. you want rattling good tinware .

',among all the nations of the globe as and to help in their uplift, both in in- MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES : .
ttLt 'the' apotheosis of the spirit of democracy dustrial training and along the linesof come to this store. Don't buy tin-

and humanity. In the words ofp work.
: missionary
Jour honored president, Woodrow Wilson -I In review and briefly, it is well to ware just because it is cheap. If you

-The! way to succeed in America state here that the Seminoles have "DtdsoR's LJvir Ton," I k Harmless To Uere's my'l'--f'.o to any drug I
\i., ... to: show that you are not afraid of" three powerful) allies in the field of tore and get a SO rent bottle of ))"d. do-it's j just like throwing

anybody but God and, _His! judgment.! : action for the betterment of their condition Clean Your Sluggish Uver "Bon's Liver Ton"< Take a spoonful) and your ,

thewomen? of Florida have at tneir First the Florida legislature if it doesn't straighten you right up money We
away. can
door a problem more pitiable, involving whose friendly action in 1913 is knownto aid Bowels. and make you feel tine and vigorous I save you

a people more worthy of .help far all and is now a matter of history. want you to go back to the store and

;more: deserving in its extremity, than Second, the Federation of Women'sclubs Ugh I Calomel makes you sick. It's pet your money. Dodson's Liver Tonein money on every article of .

onfrontthe people of any other state which has championed the In horrible] t Takp a dose of the dangerous destroying the Bale of calomel because

In thf union. It is their privilegeto dians' cause and is making the help drug: tonight and tomorrow you may losea it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable

"'succor the helpless Seminole In- of the Seminoles a part of their uplifting da;'* work. therefore it can not salivate! or

.' , American'flag in 1821 have been reduced association, the great molder of public which causes necrosis. of the t oiiea. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod- KITCHENWARE -
powerful nation to a Calomel when it come into .contact son'. Liver Tone will
I .from a : opinion and the motor power of put your sluggish
,It decimated band of starving humanity. the state which at its annual convention with sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver to work and clean your bowels of

: Under Spanish rule the tribe owned in the city of Fort Myers held it up. This i la when IOU feel that awfulDau..a that sour, bile and constipated waste

1 .: ,.homes, cattle by the thousands, in- in April, 1914, most graciously: apd and cramping.: If you" are sluggish which is clogging! your system and making in our store and there are Hundreds of the beat and mOlt' useful thingsto
and "all knocked
t : out, if
r\dlp plantations and fertile ham- amid frequent applause, obligated Itself your you feel inieerahlo. I guarantee thata
"..1.f" '!';nockiT'studded' with .bearing orange by resolution to further the policy liver i* torpid and bowels constipatedor bottle of Uudnon's Liver Tone willk."P select from. All are new goods and some are recent invention
have dizziness
,; ltr.f TodaY':,under American rule, of homes for the Seminoles and to you headache ba.1 coated I your entire family feeling/ One for If know
anything about
if breath ia you
iitomach of
worthy descendants tongue or sour months (live; it to your thildn-u. It in our way wiling you know that
Although they are stimulate interest in behalf of these our
'f.i' 't0f. their beloved war chieftain Os'iceola homeless people in a free land. just try Tone a spoonful)tonight'on of harmless guarantee DodIOOD'aLiver .j harmless; doesn't gripe and they like it* prices, though low, will purchase only 1M best and finest the
my market
...ot..,; \ ; and la their blood js the same Believing' that the people of Floridaare pleasant C
1 'Inherent' lova'''of home. country and eager and anxloua to see fair play affords. .

tt ,lionor'they, dwell::.wretebed but un- shown the Everglade Indians; believIng taste.'I
)t 'i their weird
mplalning b1' that honor and justice should, come

1 rT helpleasness makes a before material interests; and relying C SOJr:: ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES .

\ :"JDOd t toneWrif ipp e*l to our twentieth on the hope that the behavior of our \ : . .. .:

4 ..1i\, irr,civilisation and Christianity. ciiiaens at the coming legislature will ITc7t.A2:31c: : : 1'

if; ,. -Ib. >8pa.Ip le,Laud BilL dignify human kindness In a triumph 1;'
*. Is 'farToiU from .the marshy for the this before Successor: to the Dozier Leitner Agency .
', ; It a weak we place. subject
( ':Ev.rgIaderto.the legislative balls of the reading .and thinking public Osceola Hardware : :

t T&laha.sie and 'yet with the affairs confident of th.rdlct that will be .ft...,,230-3 Dakia St Compa ny

; ;.pI.fb.: tat. fa' thbnd. ;:men, will- rendered. "TV.; .. ..

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\ **.***. gitifliibl9Rra V ._,<.....,? d to next N'1. DeiflHltgta0,01i; .> .."bx :. M ..tOee. E'T ,
f Sm meeting of the, board. % ' ,up gvbleak .I for Cfi
eomwdsI{. WfTitFVtisaratfor.the C0JJ.mbul,444AA1. 8:8I the, tlll..o t..eta.OCO .. at01 tit_ 1 .
&& I te btd.Xmtwttra ptlaslor I J U. drift hoUs : et .. I& ofo lJ/m J.'fIN. fe ,
", '.IOID" board ..M.LjjVyr" farm ."-llaedf111"' w... open 4. JL.Hargraroe ann '.,dow'mal'' *',."",.lr4.6u: fiil'Jhptj.the" hs sY'. 9 .0 .haieeulieeat .f4.t 4 tfiYlantbt.{ ;W as.r1 eS4ab.a4rg.Ii BE'rvft. 1'1'tfJ
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sup. ca o. ta's4. 1n. airy /
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6 n Inutei. 'or' the 1u Ireg1lar ,Th. board Instructed the'' cl.rk' q 17.14 mo for. tb9h.itaJPetH : :: r. 0,1
i. In OF-.ber., a4. .y'w. rlUWr)' to11o4t' 1'h&rt(. to'.MOII'.P1. candidate ,.haJJ bb,1p1'Iq 'Upo.t ."aDdt") ro DII 1r.OB&eeil 't't ,.iPeoeifiy a
l'1 I' Iftb ll'4".4 w rye ll.4lh. f' L. "H.'Wimte'l for tumbefl? 08. O; p 'II. ."' 'l- II "'1IJ ..., ,_ntlS,. rptuTnr.141.tple1 .l1Aoa T..f.1. ( .. .. .
t aDo.ed,ui .n.'4-d tIt..1ItYl:1ItIMF.-or r print kshtonvBassengen rei .aeytolI' 11.1 .n 2E '0ueh ballot, 0".haJ.Jlla"e.W..n'ct. ; 'I\fI" !' j Dn .' rrr ,. I.glftlnA fA ?! 4r.ID17 .
f, .nd C' F" \ >."0 a.'f{ Ltorh_ lo+ 11_".*.... UOO.OIl & UndethSltr -G. WI m D 1a1d .tv(t 1' II 71Dr ' '.80'4'a J '
the "It ens of Shln g 1., .k.,.. WJvrTf1"Fl9'(Itawenger. "0.041: F. -fiN. 12'Walk1744u1.htre f. "" .rflJnCaaeer..'-xedti wtnriR .' ,__ 11"' :"A ," 'f'IWOTleB --
''before the board and presented, a written I'nooln,. for one-half of the care rcounty ;. 'tt'111---l.f .':" s 1* + tte..phallti, f kit.lwu-'sl i 9t'fN .; ;
': .tat ment.ordln" the public Ollf Johnson, IIT.qo; 1' fah._ (4:4't.l:.1JJI.dt..G Inch !*. m-\Ve; | \0 bf Hrfc1>mb.klll4Y : /I"t :;*IJj tI'r ;
roadleastation, lnir north from Bhlnirle Creek I It.'11. Inrramvfor amount advanced oneae L. Ii lae ram iwtadnt cam tm a iarnli04 s.aw7.)" ,.d eJ'irw ro .r .
1 towhich. Mr. P. O. Cromartia's lan of St. Cloud.A'6.eo.t. . ptitdrblt ton IW* IKIsstaninfefrsMidhvanyaseturlt I111.e. :''31tPARTyN107"f :,1'. ,
pauper fare "0.a1S" . elrrT 1'T ''t
from .-- -.J\ accordance. 1.n.b "
$ was. ordered, reoored In. tbf. ". ', 'l"soa "O'.b In with the primary lta .tl' f.oitt' .
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KFlbba" cVaTm ''of.-MHf.-'itileifnira' ae.ll.w..W.mIIlOHl..ncl ; .k. election laws of Florida and shall de. t''t. f. fy.Wr.r
'mtnutt of the meetl1lItT.COI: la
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i ..-. & >.-in** ae'tMe' & of. PI'4. "at H" 'rL09r06W ff ir er.byrr .' '
'ris hln, Igaaeettee-roucm-lnepnvenlenoe'; i THe).'roll-of st .iwUn... :In '.tb.0ountYpcettrf .. 1I't.. j (" -majority .< rith.oe-t.* .- d".11..rFDI.rti I ::1C'Ii J
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to lfra7'oW :-.ptQpet% .alOIl&\ the .... . 4' ; J. efflcM; anI a.ecarej.ianniBnar.tlon. oDi; '' a4. i' : : I
:{ f; r\- '! .. aV. I W ftc *TI.OI 1 fJ& "I. / -
< end ll 1UI01..jJ JP'i'
r linetfiat'the board .boIi14Ita"e ,lmiinedlateTactloiVIft I proved: .: ''' .0'', ,f'I..m -t----/flt----J".fO.r"rY.' 1'.011; cbttifnTttee.i 4errrtaxyof. / 1-4 o01fE1../ AalepboDe.No..1S.
Reho'rf$ coonttfi thU''+ JwuhhVWd' d e .
'yv th mattek'Ne'J1' the <.ur r'e the f. Bayer work on paorrCa.r T',3.J 2&.I etiUau.o..M BrftthT Ran*
.- 14..' 0: P. oarretframeBefore'the I stat iaafttoA ,
4' board,.kodTstaled'tha* MNbe0lhs, toadwas 'bar, .was xaxnlned aAd. approved.., alsosheriffs Uste 8mltlllrf irachcamlldat*; c eetrlojr.'airamt'natloaorthe |,makafsornrquta t' ,r R. : d HOi
.opeoedjfiipifth-at.bad-po //way of, feed bill forprtsnne'rs. T" , 6K.4al T:1te.l.4'Th'Ao.b'I ',< land.proof.'j to . clal vto.tbA 41', ". ,. .
,. aettns out from .hi! property without,. Th f;Yollow1srf'rbost' bull .Ine&nidnftam.nttwaea W. A. Carson Oro. eo..b.lono. tic Instructing\plrJlt.,4tntf.lf.I aboT* 'deserlbM! "ifvtonOiroult ClerlR'ofClalman.t "
going. --property" v:*.!:'ht.! were examined and arpproy-' __ the> "".nollof Court,"it.'Kle lmm*.r 'Wor14at
on supplies to
( . .btOuchr.hlat ad upon ..'bobtd ed.M tate'i-of. FJnrld.. .,.'Adam :De}> Paid .wit a road.* n*"v. hr'pitrcel* ,'..n"w ., K th.e3' ,h.,4ay.lof iD ._.'gtfia,+ '. ; 10' t-rffE..tre8'1 va SiL&: '

'glv.fri m .read;. .j haven: .Sister of. Florida vs. ,Jim Him C /'OM the+Verl.u."fund. M ..Tollowavnse1' -" : petef4'end: y names as wltnes.e.t, 'J. .YWi1 10 OA11'fbt Cdda1 ! j lthI er
ci ... '
J Faro
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Mv.4b TI1.Calll.. 1 lIOn; tntw1 Fl rJda Will ratreVfuer lwvfew _b/1,1/1..1 9lt" ". ,of Ijoutrhmanj Florida)'chKreoakJ
boal'4' tu.4 .h.t-' vpl aimedjtbatty llama;'atat..of.Florida' vi f.h""UIt' : Ro. .r.. _. yta. d gnated: t d''tbedtfetf'lhbsud ;.of Llouirhman.f'F1erida1''1.(M.'rGasser t' 8'- ,"
n "
the' board Mad to act irt be MI".1 Butter..Dled. l..i'"por'-8C.the + -f..f. ,:: t.j.0.8Fin" : : ..& : prlmarytirliretiontitnlVrk.H. m9fit nit' .. tnffhman,.,IflerWa'I',* "fW, r ", .-' tOfti':1r '" g-jj'\j-:
# .
w Lar_.t_ peoll.II..I"J!read..'and'thatas surveyof n.w'r. to stock pens, and ThO'taeanSOlleetor'.1 ite report 'r"Chlt ,.Nn.,1InaR tr 'tit nA1l.CI .C..pb.U. OCI.J. urrhmallrId...'n"'I> ) ', . : 68 111rI3f"J,1'
'h. wouldleave 1t tbltlwdt' JOdlfmr nt l.o.rl' arvl>y. .' pu-H evUm \1tENRY Jllrc ITSB' : ; Beaki.neher,2; "U .
v ; ,
km6fi . .
ciT .
bn.ODPPndl,-but -at Camp Ordered D. Rtr..z.ti r.
to-whether should road City. ,ea..flJC7- ..7 (.the.: flied 'wltlllthf'proce dlAits of the board:1 > Precinct? N / t .K ... IID,". ? J
'insisted that; ( for 'The tax1 , .anMn.porT .f 1 t II I . .r
\" "1 .'. .nie4 < Qoiteotted'av' .--'i'-'J ..'\, II'I..ICIQ""OR .itBL.CAT.o'i.; . .. .r fete
,htft-wa p rin'n.7ppCar.V4 : Ca !'TU >Farmer report-f .how d $...0 "J'J .1\.IL., o ''I I 11 r' I ri ' i
1dr.1.'W./ t dth..- rovb.lon.-Is.uedto-oanvirt ferce .for; -Thectreaaur.,+.u.repott akoWedthdfollowingbalancerMpn.lteM .1 9. .' ,; / 1YBIAHTMBNT OF-THK IIfTBRI.H. -
board and-ptrsented a-ryport-fronv the. October, and also 'punlshm.nt'report, Noyember n p.elnla.E r.Jn..t .A V. 8. Land Office at, .Gainesville. Plate' ,: ,.114. \ flW. i .,I car-
omC1lltt appointed to lnv rstl& "-The followlno-.t'll. were examined; 1 \ Ovtl; October'Ifth.1! '14.' "1."J '. .., ,
lead LSGPrGR'
s road abov ,mentloned..which was approved. and warrants" ordered O General.."..i't .'. _aa lt._,1Wa1,60R.64Flne'sad ,O.rk..J.rA.. Branon',: ;.on i Notice-4-hereby twin -thatr'Wealey,. : I k tI1N
r In open board and came ordered spread drawn / 'I'., >.T. .tforfeiture ''_.1.".._ ,..$I0.02 Nn..4( ? '1 .: Brock Lughmatt,,. Fla." wba,..oMluCh' L : :: rYtlcIAN'A1Lu'rUvaa.O: .> comity r
upotheminutes.'of!' thetmeetln."'and E. Ij.JLesley, Commissioner.6..' !.1W-- +- C..rleon."P' E. .; )Oi IIi IJ.. m. ."homo.t.acl ,.n- ..Cltllen..Dk. .BaU nr'1a$1aAm.
e upottfrt'otlontdUIY;p.opdedeald doimltteerwar II V.: Lanlercommissioner and aehsootfund "r.I08i' Fal" "' ,0 1r \ No Ii.' for BWi( of SEy,. NNtiia : t{ aebibir
.tc u..4. and same p..edto mileage _:.;_.-.-.....-'.a... lt.00 ,0 d,16' M 0 T: :'2ZJcn:: :::.1 I i IPrlt No. i rIa..t..W."I. 1Wof NR and NW\f. oCSJjj ";";10I1df..t. ',y"J'
...III loiCf 'further0onsldntatlon .' .. .. and 1'18i:11H : %. ..cUon 11 of 1$ .outla. ;
the afternoon.. , A. F ( >i Commissioner H. S. D. NO.\.iII..Jlu;\\ r..b1p ..a .
: (" mileage .-......,...,_,_-,.. ,J8-IO.( s. D. NO. a __1-------:__.___ Jllt.ell ; R Donegan.Da.ao4Nais.3a.p.otoru. range II east, Tallahassee Meridian;' Pone.7I!ot'ftc D7.e: : r t - n1y* co
Arcommun/cattOn frola.Mrr-J..W. O. R. Bass, .commissioner andmileage 8. B.P.No.1.111... .- _R.nd.olpb lias filed notloe ofjlntantlon.ton make' t : '
Squires presidentof the board of trade,', X/.U.\.u-:.'..u- 4 LOO 8. .(H. r>. No. ( _-_.-_._-__ 1'.88 Young. J. H. Balsden A K. Saw; commutation pro6f; to establish' claim*I Ite tiiLnNart:; 6&h . .+I 1 l f
of 8t.Cloud was read In open'board W F ''Walk1"f cbmm.lsslon, and . 8. 8. D. No.I _'-_.__.___._ .fl %v. A. nrawdy. -c.rkol thn I&.d Sboyqqq d..crlbed.before Clerk .
and _m.' ordered flled 'Mr. qvljree m lino ire, __._J--"_---,.'..-,. ,OLOQw P eclnct-Jo also'appeared lt person ..and stated thatc' J.. H-vars." county attorney .- to.S4 --Total .--___,?___ .L 10.411.17 .. It'.' :W. WI ida. fefv th4 (rdidAy of. December 114, : : ; ', '' :; :':" '. ,". i!, ,
b. thGuvbt It right> -andproper that l.a Bass, janitor. __ _'_L60.00 There beingno further buslne.. to w "". ; Claimant names u witnesses: James _
fit. Cloud be allowed .at 1 poor-TaTm---- -110'.0-/1 be disposedofVmotlon, for-dlournment Precinct No..t1nspRlfotaJsii! ;; ; )f 'O. Whldden.. of Lou.b"-F.da' Robert 'a c76th.
least"HBO.OO Of the pUbltclt1 T. M., Murphy judKe.-ca.r t.- lf.1'',1 was t ad.-'.duly seconded-and the Ti..", ,T, B.'.Storey. i, W.' I H. Elltncton. of 'lx>ughman."VIbr. .rMJR1VERS r;MaDe': '
: b "In advertising the county T. Murphy, Judge Juv, ct. ? .18.60 board adjournd-to,*neet again In 1ege F*W. HIIL X'i.e.i B> ,, Idai, .WUllam..J.,aarrett..of.Uoughnan. ; w
1 '
; :l' "h.. board .ur d him thattY H. n., Oefjre.r, pros. atty. _"_--i It..ll ular .seaslon. peeemberff, 1814.Attestf ... .' I ROMA THOMAR.Chalr. i Florida w."' 'T.." .Lamb,' 01.Z.ouahmaa. .;;, pHYSJCJAN'-CS SURGEON1 i ,- uedebib
, , ... dl.lrlbut.4 when. H. !>, Oels"", con. oo. ct. _.__4.__ 0.00 )3'L JOHN OHN8 FlorleaJ 11.1"<
.. ". -. U H. Intrram, care 9f JaH,,--__i.; 11.60r. .j. I) f.IC}LEI. 1 Itfnr f: ,4d-6ti> :n\iiSM. ,'r n..r i '; .,- HENRY .IB-' CRUBBM'Ir ''*f'+ DdiWoer'bio'eo't( '''trmao7 't ttt i

.rI'r; i .. Overstreet _____.____,-... 64.00 Register.,.*, I" , .,' ,
J. I butm'
C '" 1 .* ct. cost, .. let.n QVERSTRBBT' COURT .r. t lUsideacft 63 '. ,
-- ,5 'Clerk.I .N :" .,:
\iL . .. : ,. ". .cco., (t. cost ?-. .',.. ', STATB. or''FLORIDA' !-: ; -6OTlcE'FoR''PVBiaCATkO1 " .,''PBltsljl," ,} 'Ice 148 .t' .'r." 'andeted
: '
to. road i '
1- n: drugs Tn Estate of ,
: l" .-__- 5..0 .CAL1 nOH. >HMO<-HTIO I'KIMAHVKL.BCTION. CHRIS O.eeolvCoentV. _. Je epartBoent/.tll.J'I..terto1 14;. I' -.t. .y "";" ;'l. II ,I Iil.

-Commtsetonu ...- 184.88 X-NNE1. to all It ..erl.l. !-,< ri I 4'yllniti.d ,1't. '. !: . . .,1.m"
II whol 1
+ o f i '1. maintenance ,_--- 8.00 The -x.OQU'l/6'nOtnmTttpertlie'rftmv Wiay oon ."that 8v..n.' lt ) of .late. Lapd Office at. OaJneS'Tllle { '. h : : :, 1
Bl..: l 171a .. .,. 1.. ma.lntpnaneo.i.0f ocratlc party In ar Vfor Osceola. county March A. 11111. I .lal apply td the ; FtOetob.r: 14, liM.::" tVv- -- : :L W t.'j,'. ". , .
'i.,. eel vo. ct. co..t1(16> Florida hereby cnA and prpvlde for I Honorable T. H. Judge of *ald Notice Is herebyirlven that James E. and ,
t_0i. li"1 Boca wit. pro. ally. 6.10 the holding of aWsvhlte democratic' Court a Jade of Probate, for my-final Whldden. of Ix>u rhraait. Florldar.who, 1"r
p i.. I. Co.. Oct. phone rent '.00 primary election Ml be held In the discharge a* Administrator ofth. e>- on July 10, 1101' made homestead entry : # rf3IC 1 'r T aihibit
tI' & Light Co.. several precincts ow Osceola county tate of Chrli' Kaennel deoea.edJ"tnd'that ; No. 05488'for81.1 of 8W1-4. SW1-4 Of flee j' .'
,. BD11d1Dr.
: Floor
gC'ht. ---,- tO.1t Florida. In compliance wtth the law. at the acme time I will preaent toaid Of SEf-4 and NW1-4 'of 8VTli4. eJ '* Willton '
,', C'erctreet' relense fee pd. bf the. etato of Florida. Said primary Cur my final accounts aa Admin tlon tl Township .!. South- Ranfe STBast RnawC8"_II .., Covul1t

To bea iskind( co. convicts 87.6l to beheld during the hours, flxed by .sad eitate. and. a.k ,for.. fhe.,' Tallahassee Meridian hu'Biednotlee orrI.PPors & j, ',!ODR.'Crl ; : trai
s - .ot 1't
bird f 0 naon Hep. ""II' officer1A.OO law for the holding of electlourenSaturday. .ppr"aL 'Intention to /makeFiveyear ;U :U1t
Admin.trater. : t
H. HAtXB3T. Proof to establish claim td' the land tha
*- Tfr- .
and oho :J pionegonI officer 10,00rCVn IXtremher l>th. 1914. for the Ilatea SepU llth. above described, before Clerk. of ,Circuit HYATT- ,
o dep. reo- ,nomination .of candidate< for th. ,orn. A D 1 14.. - iPhytltlaf' fait
fined $1C .'opInHlonhe Drought, dep. 1''". officer 1C.OO .. of superintendent of ''' ' Cbutt'at KlMlmroee. Florida on '. <
,,-,* of. In.oo.J. publld.lndatructlon / i- 1 I"! ; '-' lOtbi dayol Uecember.villtTr1' . And r J ilIre
j the g-amj 1 .not to Randolph Young..d"p.1''" .in and for Ojicuola ,,county rThe modernUotlon thelioly ,the. v' i ,. !
'r \
mistake H.Walker dep. teg. officer --;' O.09 ..Claimant names ss wltnessest a.t; ". ,', Biraon 1,0. '
lenee of D at.r advlaetnent'asJdp ,or getting ... -W, Hill. dsp..reRotTlcer .__ JO.eJ| to nil county 4he .xph..d,) .tup.rJntnd.nt.100.term of thapres.ent hasreslsped' ,: .Lnirntl,'arcon. ''iliidE'VJ iiotlowhyy 0". koughJn.1It Phone' 'VNotlficatloti .. I""t', '! .:." .f(. ."I .. .' 'r '
war offICer ___ H.I\) <> f
B. H. dep. re
Guy R .
seeing Iths, public tame n O:' Hancock,'di-p. rent. of. ;:- 'JII.llo : trm.,line bue .. H.W.bbVof-Ix ; Ofdce.1t" r"'.'''JOaIIIDlDH. ::1: .' '8110Ir
Jther considerationwhen O. W. Ashton. upt. roads ______ It 00 of KI... .Jerusalem and W .'.< Linb.of.. Louihagan,.F rip K.., 4'f' .f' ; '1 ,''''.' ,. '

I 1110" The die Feted.. '. oondlllon ot A:.C..on.Oro. Co.-sup- b. permitted tv vote .t. or participate is soon .be further emphasized Jew- l &CHIIBHItigl.tlt / .' II I p- .41-i'
a gramatime pilesto' rond .an" ----- 194.tProod' In thvtnanggement ot .Id primary fFJ HENftr 1I I Ist 1- ., ", 4t,
- i eh : :
'Aand make such re- 'eapitsli.t.ltrexereoUng'* hue* . , wtt r" 1:1 "
b W. Tl. Maklnson .Co.. supTllfS to tole"'loJi wboare whlt..d.mderata.wbo n < -i l bola
l b. :. ,
+ >e 'i\louwht'. was.nea van"1..4 declare their allegiance to' the principle sardine. canning: establishment on. the "rI H IG1a.. I" .J. .rr

ance t ,. betorq.tho J .Randolph Young, sunll to; aoA--oi'UMilae.tlon deme< heteeoftheGali1eerA.n.Uftletw.e J U t Only:One."BROMO. QOININ! *r3"Tf -.. .1. .,' -: '' ;: / I'.1.!.1.4fYktrtatq .

lit > e-.hW.e. (, been, rurJjvah. Arthur road Warr.n'irIiR-rd 1 f-T- 1'.41 11.00 and crattcparty O .*.l... tha><. who atate'werai.Qualified of Florida .offer ..Jjasbeen.. Jade to_the.v tbt>ritier'for'a I > ctt the to*,oil.aaTlVHBkOMO .. "ATIDRNEY.AT.LAWt .&,

'e. the''l"'th"s **, '. Marlon1 Warn-n. "o.dVork--- 60.00 the time of the primary long:*time Monopoly,.and it;I QUININE. J.oolo r..lpalureofa "J.- ,'4''f..l!. '. ., .

..u etratlon. .'I'-- Pam R..dK'... guard J---- *6,00] election'.*e4 .- -.". -..- 4.J4rndGE may bo granted.- - ... W. 11.4.I<-CamsCeUllaOaI, >ey. Mopscathssd Plnaildln.a" :r 'ndl
front.ot his storn..a; t Cit.BriiL co. ..con camp 60.00 -SAst : '" ;
copt. ; .rllt bKislhmne. FI.r1daf
r It he. ,. U.7S .. ._ ) .
J-RrTTTWt\tn! road gang .
2Xtwhafevir .mount they might J no. lr .0.01. ", .- ". a -r.- ------- --- .-.. ----- - -.- ---,---- ------- -----: ----- " r!t4e, I1ta rd"0'.."' "y '.'. . i!Ssr r
M. A. StalJInirsir'P i ion 1' -
to the afternoon rSW.n HIOIOItIOI. f"I'o 1" '
hame- passed .bo
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p J see Ion.Mr. prentla. also prsented n ."""j"". I W..machine P. Lr nnard>ert.?,guard guard- _-__.J,-ij-: u- .'*18.00 fThomas -*< : '1 : : .. : t r.. ; ,. :1't1d&'If.s. ti"'fm..rq '" r ..nb'it ,
ft'm I' .ft. 1
sell the j 1 d air "
agreement deerlptfon of MalUy- vl iR oon-vletS; .00Q. tr.o' "i fiJ : ,, r.t .._. 1 1t '}('f haD
.m Fish lake K'vlny Urms.' property TucJur., fHard. .._i..__.r- 10,00' I SI" $ .1 "m" .1'i ; ;
th. property and the Jald. KlBBlrnmeV ValleJOaiette legalprinting ,.L ohll '" att erIA} w.,1. 'If itir
,I to be used as .ia<.ooontr paup..1'I. JLij.ii.-.iiu-- "C.Tt
passed .to further .4 :- !(t1 rf '. !tl rCoUectioDl. x& ai C.atEytilc ab aitlti4J .
.. ._
.coniliertttogbat the .".rnoon aesslotu B. R Eranu-coragr..gentnr',18160'(. ....n' -1' ,

; Mr. B. I*. Lupfer appeared before- lwt J'alac.. Q'lLnlr.IJru<...stoJ'_.__..,,_drugs__...I_$_,,1r_'___ ; ....Ii'-' 112. ..._.-.J e-- .dJ-.I .J-- I

board and presented widow's jMinstanrlalmi Palace tJrull' 810. lettor'dlgato. .. . ,., ....p. .,"ctsJi. .t.r.1 . : ( ,
of'iMrs. Jneo-A/tHall.' and.. .asked.acme, C. I*,Randy__....:... .rWUwi...RitePlatte 1' 'i7fi- '. ,(, D

whernupon'the, bard-'Agreed tll' take dLjM.>rlan4,, (Jsb, to, rQRdir. :.i'b : ,' '. .. .:; ., '
. "
aebsion > ----'t1l- Vu" ,
therefcnln' .'afternoon F KatBBtl. :
th _
\ .iMr"J., .,,-Klrby,, a;,,pr ..rvtaUve.ofthe be, 'pair. lmme on co.Wairon waROn" '''a..dr. r..i">...+5KI.almn"e G. .: .. ,' 1.1 i.iO.. 1.l.9faallnll : /. .

1, fore Canton the board Culvert and made company"Mbit came or the Te4.CO.d _Wa i rgogp: jf r t1 # ;. : tn Y ttb '

'1;,. I irooda that.b.. !" rents, .4DQH. .' . -j 1" f' .
. lrbtn'Drtleihwhi 8ttanford suppil--------- .
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fir *nd also read letters l was l1I'.n _.._.____, _. _I.____. ._ 11.'. ij' : i d1.'tItle.- a
': 'l have u.ed the! goods In which: It. Prat her *n Lopfer, delivering bal- YouS 'Ir. w k . 1" .rajJ.i1'I' : i and payment ot'taze: *,,*<; ttd
bllfhly.eom..adael .
1":1: very W. I. Aco..rll ad vl-d the lot boxes *,..._*______". 40.09 : J. ; i "'nOlI-n.fcl.ent4' 1CJiftnfW
Jail" "i
yJ) "I.AUorney. .0..01. .Hd'w. Co., reprs. fin
. board that w4lUId be Illegal dot them ________ *;.1MOsreoln w I I Ir : 'I lattept r h
i exceeded closet and supplies : ri'1il ,l
that JR' 'g .
'uSV.- .
make purchase
q to a
Hdw. co,. IIUPPuto UI J *
r- -1 +} $809.00' until'' they had ."passed l.*rn."A to tpe tory road gang ,_u_________ __ ,218.110 : ; I"N'-- : I. I. ,! hi., : t H
Barn .
- bids on the session.a/oodi. ,. jt Handy, commissions --_ '.5JI.1. I rt < : Pat{:Janeton O.:PGarrattGAKRETT "' ,
f I afternoon 'm : order of Q.Tucker . r:
, Board took a reccniBoard ntll 1:41n Overeh'eet " i . '
: all o"le..rll hlt1 ---.___.1..___-.-_ 36Oft _. < : 'T.o NBT.QN. ,n.,T! : ;
..." met. .l0'I PH '- Seminole Pharmacy drugs .to 1 'I'1:... g.r
Inl present ____ __ b.tbA. tS .11 tJ w4tt.nley. U'w .
:, road Kiuiftfl it .
representative .
. ? r Mr. J. F. Wlllson. a Wits, e pt-reuartcr J.M. ( : Offcu -r
1 LIKhtnlng Rod A. o ; 11 a"l :
of the St. Louis .
Overstrvrt. trans. InThomas n tryl he' nt. U1t'.l'f. ,.
J. u 11 4
the r'r "
4' t.any appeared before for appeal case -,..--- W0. 'I Clu-- ._.1JICICoio ,
.I2J.5.00.(tried. to to be rod paid.thel In Sour fl\v\\ house month. o..ola.Idw.. Co.. order election of* [56'tI. S. ] : Kliilmmae. FlGrI&r fl t tit

, ; from dilte.'of leontraei. .rh board""upon.' agreed on avers nalsdi-n.and amt.ref pd.of ballot box __ 14.60Marahall .. ryr1 i1i .,' '".O*.>yJi" .''IJdi.< b..a' 'I

j. motfon duly seconded, the tocl .. . ; POe
& truce CoBupplles ,
.p : .
u.ri' J '
1 "
not to have It.done. ''b rklo *Cf>--.v.J.i..*.-,..,.... I. : -"fI'> "' t". rt
i Mr. J. C/presented Kltb" PP a"*'" and ftn ;
ment In'whlchi, -SOlemethetculv.CC-! } R.W.Ur U. vnretrncL LaA"J-.JectlOD.l ;eotl0n ..-'.-t_ r .t.OI".00. I'J. ' . ' ., . . . '0, r r7esIdaLLCo.a .,-.- 'tileDae

/h+ dept a consl ntnent J. A.'Bronaomoleo.. mirr.and ret*t . ..J : '''I!,. j t .' . ; .MASSEY'& WARLOW, '" "L?:
/' -trr''r
u" ? :
.... .
to be they pnVmentaI.oO j
used as .86 F. 1S Sa & ."
the company Would the COUl1ty H.ballot N. Rratum box ,election-mgr ___. '.60 " '.' GLU., ;&..RIEDEt. ? : : .. Fr .At1,1.11XYO! 'J --or .pervaonth tram .. K. election mgr ._* 9.00 . . ' :,"'0'" :1:1.p..a I -, '
avre.Inent J. .J" .
the :
b..ln"lpt..4. and .r.; r.W' : and . : ; ,: ;',' >
name .lh_ mlaur91r. .. J. W. election m r. -,- 1.00 Carpeater Repair Shop- t'I/ \C. Hardware Cattery, Boat- . 'I' u.. :
or"\ -e c1 tm election mgr ___ u. 1.00 ' .
-- DraUb1 camp before the R. n. '
( board. H.and N.r""nteet hie final report ; W. U Mosf-les-. election ""1'.. _._. 1.00 Inside Fumlshlnts, Screeniaa; Cash Star Sipoliestuj' ,, UM licked 11_.aIM lwf_ the Platt/-.. U
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in. R. Woodall. ml - real .tt. ..
rePumeralar.If.r Ullmlnat1on .. and Cabinet Works''-" A \ ) ( i. > t. .and the letaebte
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" examined and F. H. ,TU>er. oUrUorf | 9a. MacUaary. . t' 0, "4""il "".1.;:. .
which wiu IJI1I'r.4 ; .
and approval O.r r
rleetJ Our Specialty.
.PIYI"'Y"", :' W.1k.' ,. for .ulo hire i ret.O. oro'br'i! box 4-SO '. '- , f' ,- : ,II .Yo"7I' -; rtw1w - -- - ----- ------ . ,pta0 'tw:. 04tDD,j .li, be'
Bill ''or. W: H. __ 1.00 :
"arl..ol.I..tlon mgr
' cottnty"fatm'demon' . agent C. E. I T ." & f 'A- ; C. \.1 : '
to In' election ma-r. '.00 J. I ,. '
P. E. Morgan *w w .
canker 'ow
1 In tt'IC..m..Uon'of lha'rltrue 'end W. 8. Watts, election.m cr. ___, 2.00 | J. W.. PREN13S aCARSON GROCERY 'O: .Ft. BASS, ;-; r. ... "4xr...', try "or. --r. ?ell.
.' e .0..01. ,"CO'UnOl".wa.;, taken up T. t*, Farr. vleetlan mgr. and ret. >r'- .r, .:WATERS.. f i ( ,I" - ''il ." . p..ld.: ___ __ .. Contractor laPlata .It.JENJW, 4. .
gamy along the of ballot box .-.- :;_ i.OO I 'l, /
.. A p.tI\I. tier t public road .11I'1I"d j[, R. Donegun election mar( and l"Ja..0II0 Or a C*. .v- ,, -t. ', J._ '

Y. half by tho mtl.' line of 'seetfon' ...14''Iclnlh''II-U. motion W" w .t of Nettles, ballot, election box l __-mgr.1.00__-_.,.-..,, 8.80 .<.ii1'SemI' MacLlne."s.- .r C"rr8 aadt'lDecoratlra' : '. 8U>#VET01ti,fr" t, 'f, y

\ ( read iii' DDen bo..d. and noon t.aama..xaa Paar- laulerson.alectlonmgr..___ ..J.OO '-"-'--- .- ..- _.__eI7Wq.&e.Eeat. :__._ Paiatiaf and Paperhaaclay __I ... _... ._ tif'.
r ", duly-.rooedd-aad.a.rrlsd Yulee election msr. 1.00J. -Brt .ay7 616 PK s $7: 01 .
Raulerson. >e '
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' anted. l A p..tltt.from. Mrs: Jq of Chandler, el.cttmrmgr.1.00 I I LIL U I -- '. "' "-'-- --. ";;):'J.r "; ' t

.1 j'\i 4 ItheIcltrS'"nsorth..county.bY" asking number W. W. Chandler election m<.. 1.00 .W, G.. HANKINS .- IfXLSON JtBALT XV-- '* v ,& E"JlAC 1"WI"rt: ." .-' ,
1\;i\ .for \V7H. walk..r.Uon mr. and ., f .
r. who4wi .IhoO tW'> _ rot. ballot box.'vb--------,.'(.U.OG --p .,* IIIV % JT .vr A ,:1 tl c v'_ '! rr V -", o \rJ w v',' 'ttsmtMontdo alp | ,tor.ffeswadtrly..aecoondedwaede" Tpv AV. Hill I electionrpBr.. and retV ate. Adding MachlneaTypawriter aad /1 ,: ,1r DarUatas. Ave -, ,t. Ji'B4aW.fNI .: D ...m 'wiI
;" .'' O-li are' .0. and 41..b1..4 mo- T>allot box -,"___...-.....--.--- (..COX .: .

( t 'I'fi ''tlodri crnri d the C. TI.on..aleQtlomlfr..._..,m 1.00 1.80 .- .- PrptM,:S.U a*. J.b Werli s.4 G : < ._- ,' it
.. $4.00per 8.. H. fitory election-mll'' .v *aI8mg.0s 1'_
s,1 : I f+t. .d'10 to J. W Campbell, election ;I' ,1.00 Btlw ]aWr a Specialty .: G' n
; f .\.m.dnth ande the clerkallowWas,, .mount. A. W. Raumrucken election r..irr: I.OO Foe Sale' COA8a' 11 Datllagt.. Av.N .. .. /'t'.' .,' 'PbOnM w riot
.' dycw 'a.warr..nt for that W. B. F. Flowers election ".r. 1.00 .. .. 1 .. . .' . J""u '.J"'VI' 'J '
j\It' / 7 ralanatlon of Hon. readsr in -B. O.Hancock, election msr..and'Tret . : Stato Bank Bid.. lOOJeaBaa.. MFWHAL
7 attorney ro the board wy of ballot boot...-*M. '..00B. DAWN'S.DEPARTMENT' STORE '., ,
of thanks forrhlr faithful H. Guy election 41gr.k.nd ret. I D. C., ITKAT i REAL'ES ATIGrajriiUM ELU8 one
iK to him eott .. ._ 10.10 T. R. ': ., . . 1:
a motion of ballot boa rat; ; t" '-' .'" -It' I"" tfr
' .eMrIe. with them e"I'1'Ie4..14.m1'upen,, E.Willis election mirr.i?_.... I.OO Dry, Gooda .Oeialaftv 8a aa, 1GENC Ceailnctor :: :4
,seconded' and sea Fertlo. election mtrr.'...,q; 1.00 ', ;. :Elactrfeal T' WL'hornpsou'
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',l ..suit 01) ,Wlescoepted.t" : .J'41tr Allen Gannon election msrr. _?,*. I.Oe _... .. d
+ + The matt.. of onenlag tile public Cr..ak.T' L. -H. Ina-ram co. eou t _t.... .'1.10 .t PUck Wator aa4 I1( t'C4Otitt.e : .

v J 1, rood running Borth taken trpm 8hlnll'l.up add aft", U H.'Jnsrram. feed laoner.A,, mlth.'.-_ ,"tl.OO. : ', 1-. a 2. -
again 1..J.J..ram. awe Pd. sii '
atatlon Ii"Olnw Into Wu it thoro.rhlr; Ahorn..w.. Clipping; coup y mules ....:_ B.Ks J I aacllOc Stores TWIT 1'INr.t Sin LaM Aaywfcer N.C.a'-'de. I Pheata ; ;;'a D.2Uait0 Are l ..,j/.! . _,r., l'I' -
f0 have ,aam.o ,
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.ended anS cartl..4. the road .uparVlorr R. Farmer freight paid ->L ti .74 t : .,. : '' II
w..ln.truct.d'' a eury.y r' out' Mrs., Jno.. McPh.tter'amt, pa14.0.00 JD.CUUUCR : ', C.AiCOLK iI' "ERNEST..SCREEN. :: V. > '--- r'lC1', ,.. tp' . *>J
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.114..k. eurreyof roed.ap. .repor co., pauper ----- i .w: I r' '
1'" : '<- Will Stewart Ash to road gang ',,0,01, -r..tat'BrAar'Braadway. ' !, .. .wrtt.r'"am4 ;' UBA11I j:
at al '' , : Slra Dacarattra ... ,
' J, propo.ltlon'of'Mr' 3.10.: Prenlls B. J. O'Qulnn. patotpaym.t -on, s- .I ._ .. 2 . .
9 ': The Flub court house __.' .00 J.welen sat Opt.Mdr4.te 7 \ 11'
1 hh propert-on painting : 4 200 .,..-., PalatI6' '
county : :
to sell
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b onie.-was again taken JT. W. Collins maintenanceU .10..0" I '.. "
lAke for oanper Ba guard-daye .at $130 : '. I .
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? '. up and discussedand..same,,paKdI day c.- +.: ,7.01 M .W8J' f.'i" ;./. ., Store and Chapel. Stovait Ara. 'r.
per "- % ,
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for' urth.r eon.'eI.ratiOn. tot I"hlbtt Monl.doea'& Tindal*.. t:14i' -$4.17 ,, "'1' ;: :... .. -' i'cWY.u . 't r, I'.Pb..2H. . .

M -':'.,, ,;.,no'matt.. Ut.0' -Troplclnldld_ ..afterIng'tb. f.I. M, IX Wilson, trans of convicts- <4.004it's1x .' .. -_,ll14! '. :e, .1 ) 1' _- t'
and H. C. CXX'itinbUsw.
/f' .at._Orlando' t ws. .ubJeot'Commlwiioeer taken UP STANrORIJ, ,: '. C4n8sr.dl free ttttCAKBT y cu'4 -f' . . \

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Iii r' I e* Danger fh Wearing' "' "wSrgairh': ...,.,., . ., 'l.
ay > to take .several Otches'lir r-o-- '/j ''' / ,-_? i ,,_,_.' ,, '""" '41i <
9, UNION,:'' CENTER.;, on his temple " i I I- '-y ,!- iii i "HP"HM1
L : Stars and Stripes on Your Hose'ULwThrCaita - -' .* Mrs. Go. Hay. and family and Miss Want Advertisements i
0. . .... .... . .. . ..... Evelyn Smith attended the Rear-Lock' :

; .of' About fifty friends and relative wedding last'Wednesday. ; i .
arrest of
." ; & A.merlealF'1.1'' WAR COST WE: -. ;-: witaesBed-lhjpi.marriageof: "Mis. Lel ..Mr.:':anji., Mrs.-J-T.--Oillion', _anddauchte'r..M.Ju1iat ,..-, ..: ' '
-arrived rfronv _.;. ;, AZrn'Aol.._ ..fea mark
.5iE' .ere.' mad.- by the Leone Locke to Mr Alex Rear at the -'VALLEy. -
'"Amtrtun home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Lowell, Ohio; last Saturday"and are ) ,
......itlorut :, .MANYMILLIONS: Mrs. Frank Locke Wednesday, November visting Dr. and Mra. H.' H." Funk., IL r'place-w!which tor secure kelp,-_ia situationfa; *;

; 'SUAllIster; who recently : 11. The bride 'wore a very Mrs. Jeff Barber, Nellie and. ..seth .rent, buyfi llf'0rexchange ,?,tla.tll.a'bq, '
tuiusd from Europe brought a pair effect becoming gown 'of light blue satin pent Saturday at the G. B. LaWonhome. and fure'retaltii.RATES ,
tie Washington; D.'C.-War's. on' coat a trifle bring quick! ,
flag toefcing to meeting. Then the of trimmed in shadow lace and dainty i .
price cotton and cottonseed has

,' .and.....Stripes.. Inches were above woven the Into f the ot. caused 'a Joss of about $"5.000,000 rosebuds.ceremony: refreshments Immediately were after served the, Weatherbe Mr. Smith last and Tuesday Evelyn visited afternoon.Mrs. :. ,One cent s word each.insertion;; ,25.

t-ding-to Mra. McAllister, many to it American announced todayn bureau. year, after which Mr and Mrs. Rear left i 1 The topic for the Christian Endeavor '1. J' v :cent* minimum charge five or more j l l't.

...merlean women in London arc Mek.n&to of was estimates the lor'a short wedding trip These splendid meeting next Sunday night is "A line 5 cents a'line.: -. .
of departmentof air
crop .
1 I. the lead- ,
attract attention their trim1aft1d. agriculture.The young people enjoy a large circleof Joyous Life. Mrs. Hay ,
.* This I I. a Thanksgiving meeting I,
.by er.
wearing the star.pan&ledii"i friend. and acquaintance who
expert bas their estimate on . )a "
and who possibly should j t '
1't wish them a long and happy married everyone can { --
the of this
1 > desecration of tho dag shrinkage price year, com attend. At the business session last LADIES'$12.00'" ; makingplain
amid pared with those of last year. This life.The the officers for the I LANDS ,
Mrs, McAllister. "I am going to year's prices are the lowest that have many friendu. of Mrs. Sam Bar- Sunday night; the past first and investigate' later may aprons at home; no canvass-
_U re-elected
the six months as society r
attenUon'otathe'federal, ". au- prevailed since 1898. ber will be glad to know that aha been were nicelyunder :. mean disappointment and financial DC., We pay you. Particulars sod
thorities to It. is recovering' quito rapidly and will has prospering so location fuU-i ed for 25c silver. Cook +
Cotton', prices on November 1 averaged the of these faithful ,, lose Investigate FIRST your apron ,
rt' 6.3 cents per pound, while a year be able to return to her home in a and efficient leadership workers. lands, and soils through' me. Supply Co., Kokorao Ind. 48- =
ago the price was IS cents This reduction short time. That is the sensible way Large or
: SOI.D'FLAI: EVERGLADE represents a total shrinkageof Mr. and Mrs. John Spring of Je- small tracts, east or west coast Ad- STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 1
Income of 'cotton farmers for lint romeville, Ohio htve arrived and are TRY THIS FOX YOUR COUGH i vice also given from choice locationto for Peach Cabbage plants at $1.60.
: cotton of about $425,000,000. visiting their daughter, Mrs. Funk planting. Prices reasonable. plum, pear and cherry tree
UND BY' THE QUART Cottonseed was sold b} producer. and Mrs McClain. Mr. tend Mrs. Thousands of people keep cou&hingbecause Highest testimonials to satisfactory at 10 to 15 cents each. John Lteht-tf

on October 1 at about $1 6.25 a ton, Spring have been here before and have unable to get the right rem- work. Write L. Latrobe. Bateman, -foot- E. Chattanooga Tenn. yJ-
.. I i while the made friends who are to edy. Coughs are caused by Inflammation : 144 I
a year ago price was $22 a many glad I Agricultural Expert, Bayshore FOR'SALE OR EXCHANGE-Forty
;j-: :: i lneaa:Clty, Mo.-The case, of E. ton. This reduction represents .a welcome them to our community. of Throat and Bronchial Tubes., Boulevard, Tampa, Florida. y48-8t. horsepower, six cylinder, seven .passenger -
: .,\Chambers, president and four al. I shrinkage of about $30,000,000. Mrs. Smith and Evelyn visited Mrs. What you need is to soothe this In- ---- automobile.Will .
"Thomas Flyer"
leged agent" of ,the Chamber Land I The of cotton per Meyers last Monday. flammation. Take Dr. King's New I., TRUCKER and caretaker for orange I' sell cheap or trade for
-GOmP&b"r-d\ar UtJ..J\avnl' uud i pound to producer! on November 1 by Mrs. A. D. Story has been quiteill Discovery, it penetrates the delicate' grove wants position; thoroughly stock: land town property. Nelson
the mails' to defraud in the sale of states was----- I for several, days but we are gladto mucous lining, raisesthe Phlegm and'. experienced and furnishes Al refer 'Realty; or Co. 48-tf
,.Florida lands, was called for trial in North Carolina, 6.5 cents; South note that she is much better at quickly relieves the congeste f mem ences. W. A. Burroughs, Kissimmee -
':the federal court her Saturday. Carolina 5.6 cents; Georgia, Alabama -I this branes. Get a 50c bottle from your Fla. 47-48 FOR SALE-Fine tract of good citrus -
I.Sp. ":The government declared Chambers Louisiana and Texas' 6.2 cents; Earl Barer and little Henry Tyson druggist. "Dr. King's New Discov- and trucking land as follows:
purchased 60,000 acres of undrained T" .Mlnrcinnlppl and Arl swamp land from'the state of Florida 6.1 cents and Oklahoma 6.0 cents. 1 I school. Earl was not serious- my cough," writes J. 'R. Watts Floy- MEN LOOK-We teach you the barber i partly improved, some have 100
i:'In 1910,;for which he was to pay $15 i ly hurt except a painful bruise on the dale, Texas. Money back if not sat- trade and give you position in : bearing orange trees, located withinone
1alac"":. .Arrangements had been side of his face, while the Tyson boy isfied, but it nearly always helps. I our shops in a few weeks. Tools I mile of station on Kissimmee
SINN AND HELL free, all for $30. Terms, $15 down, : .
made with the state, according to thecompany' .. Valley railroad, within four miles ,i
-- -- - -- -- $15 in ten days. You make I
literature for the drainage money i of Fort Drum, on good road. For
of the land. The land was sold while learning.! Write us today price and terms write R.O;. McLaughlin -
;on the Instalment plan at from S50 to LOSE CAPTIVESSt. Jacksonville Barber College, 822 W. Fort Drum, Fla. 46-4t
$65 an' acre and a total of $125,000 Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. 47-3t

:'profit'was..made<< ,from the sale of 17- Louis, Mo.-Mm. Albert Sinn J I ROOM DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M.
; 000 acres. The government contends I 111 I'' ''I WANTED-Young single man Tiller.
obtained a divorce In the circuit court I desires furnished room reasonablyclose .

'\\M\' land of was the never company drained ceased and a operations year- and hereafter Judge the Grimm wages grimly of Sinn decreed shall that be When in Tampa Live at the Hillsboro care Valley in. Answer Gazette.quick. B. W. J., I FOR SALE--Eitht(; room house, modern $

ago last February.J divided. in every respect, latest decora-
Tit* defendants, in addition to Sinn, who is a barber must give Comfortable rooms, good meals prompt and courteous service WANTED-Owners of good orange tions, beautiful lawn, garage, storehouse
I (;bamben, 'aN Rev. Albert E. Gambrags Mm. Sinn $4 a week. and a warm welcome. Absolutely fireproof; everything land to furnish me with description and hennery. Lot 68 by 168

Kansas City; .Ernest K. Russell When Mrs. Sinn left the stand, Mrs. thoroughly modern and up-to-date; prices fair and reasonable. and net price if you want to sell. I Also 21-foot launch for sale. 10
Miami,;.Fla; C. II. Hubbard, FitU- Alfred B. Hell ascended. She, too, N. Miller, over Gazette office,, I Cherry street. 4 t 1I
burg,' Aan.; and F. W. Harper, Fort wanted freedom. She was married to In the Center of Things TwoDininRoomsnowopenBank. ; I I

N tJf.uderdaie,'Fla. Hell in July and had enough of Hell ., court house, clubs, "Tore, post The new ladies and gentlemen' dining. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS I PRINTING WANTED. ?
in office and oilier public "buildings; are nearthe on llie floor i i. unusually pleasant
a month. She will have Hell no room lop In Orange Grove property, yieldingbig
} HIII.born-many of them across the always cool and affording a fine view of, '' You can jot the finest kind
,G POLK more, her .maiden name of Hem met- income. Send for detailed de- ( _
TO TRY OUT street or lust around the corner Direct the tit, and suburb Special 1 attention
f mann being restored. street car service to Untun Si a i ion. Hand- paid tii parties Jttll "w'm.n basementNew scriptions. Frank H. Davis, Apop- I ing at the Valley Gas"/ ble
bagusg to and from" boats and train. free chef and new corps of waiter; Only ka Florida. 45-tf We do quality work a e y
County you
:NEW M.IKING: GOOn BYGROWING of f char,:.. porter meet all tram t tie best of food served in either room : prices. Phone 11 the, ?
ROAD SCHEME PINEAPPLESStuart : Whll very effort U mad to take carof guess without rervatlon, better WANTED-Orders for field wnnt real printing .
.. cypress
accommodation can be given if you drop U. .11. few day In advance. I
y;. : boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lum- my homimmock *-
:Lakeland,''Fla.-I'Jtk has de- Fla.-Carrol; Ounscombe has L. B. Skinner. HILLSBORO HOTEL II. P. Dover ber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf FOR SALE -I wa cit-
county eighty-five in He is President. Manafter.
acres pineapples. stead 160
M! acre land, a
elded .
to enter the race for the buildIng of the who I n.rLlnAa s a sanwn I P RENT OR SALE near
one many cant roast men FOR Two-story run fruit and tri'
.: of permanent' highways. At a spe have I Brack North 1 gppd y.
from the north and St.
some ate store building on
depot on new ra nber) splen-
cialmeeting of the county commis- making good in the industry Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf ;
'aioners hald Thursday it was decidedto pineapple 4 __ .. press brake and pi [ or, shingle
Mr. Dunscombe is New
advertise at once' for bids for the I did place fqr saw Q have t* ,
of Jersey. He conceived the idea of regenerating -I I _ __ __ BUYERS AND SELLERS. mill; Uncle Sam's tf rand its .
construction five - - -
quarter-mile sec'Uqnsof old pineapple land and is I buy. sell l ent, and exchange real
asphaltic-oil-sand road<< dmi- making a success of it. Of his pres- II I estate.j II Have) rWded in Orlando, Fla., great see the value place and to ad\l regulk -
tar -Hframous I I first of
to Eustl
u> road ent forty-three set over SO years. \ Have handled over I I lar
acreage acres were trains will be
These Ave to be > tmjrata
ti9ns are constructed CalN nd
$20,000,000. see me.
4- districts, one in 'the'section nor)IriNtach commissioners'district out from this summer.his plantations Pines are at the now rate moving of- I The Place Where Your Dime Loaf Like Dollar I A. LEWTER. ,I place November; come; you and can a lt -
Orlando Fla.
', forty to fifty crates per week, and he 46-4t t the land agents
rand are for the. purposeVof demon- ot+ .kt
) o
r6 3 r trating'th."value.and practicability expects to keep a-supply all the yearthou&h I I it in. not ,
the heavy shipping season will se Florida $set
[ Of m countywide system of,such roads. .on
be in June and July. ACREAGE WANTED I Coast. Jerry M. Dixon Fla,
?!' 'The postoffic department has au- Alger,
} Hthoriied the apponitment of a'' mount. Two experienced promotionmen !|46-8t-pd. ._ .r. '
In New York City' more than 30,000 THE LIMIT STOREBig ,
ey want tract to subdivide '
'ed carrier, to serve the city of Lakeland working women are idle. I tl large FOR RENT-Ten-room
," effective November 12. Thus and sell on commission two-story'
'; -by step 'our city 'stride along New York theaters employ over a basis. Will consider anything: up I modern house, garage, stable' garden -<
to 75,000 providing the land good location. 4 .,
h\ta bigger and bettor things. thousand women who are members of acres '
trade union is well located and accessible. Five-room cottage nicely furnished, ,1

'The.;Building Industries federation A San Francisco' girl broke hoe I I What have you T Write your best beautiful location' fine vi3W"of" the' '''"',-,

:represents 150,000 men in 'and around neck and didn't find it out for a couple Glean Up Sale of percentage proposition. Must lake. ;.
:.MRoon, England- \ of,months., rive exclusive contract. Address! I We also have 40 acres splendid-- ,'
farming' and
land th.J.
0' 'V Promotion-.areValley-Gazette. trucking .
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Il fm-* 'W 'rndn:8bffers2GYears': ., qto -s4-w kery.qhln; HELP. ANTEQ-FEMALE' I Co.good miles, Kisdlmmee of flowing'Kissimmee.jveU;: Fla.'r., Nelson.within .Realty-Z.l-Z,. .,

business '
f LADI -A fascinating home FOR RENT-8-room reald.nce'tur' : '

.} P r. ) ,&c. 'spare; tinting time postcards; make $12 pictures weekly,, I I I dished(9. E.'J1 E.? Wells' 6-, estate$10;. 6-room.and Insurance 1

< I ";t And'Is 'FinallY'Given Relief We have received a carload of Christmas. toy and we are forcedto no canvassing free. Artint; samples"841B 130; particulars , 202 Broadway. ', '1 ,

.i'b'r' make room for these Christmas goods. So we have decided to hattan St.,, New York. Man-I I FOR SALE:-New six-room bungalow: :

//0 ,move some of our Crockery, such as Bowls Platters Nappies Fruit i I I Water bath electric: lights, walls ._,
Dishes Salad Bowls Mixing Bowl. Celery Trays and Pitchers These5cT FOR SALE-One of the finest grovesin decorated in tiffany. Best shaded .:'
:,Swift' R.6rj From Stomack lIb general among the users of Mayr's Osceola county, located only one I|r lot in Kissimmee. Must be Been
' Feud Wonderful Stomach Remedy. The first articles are in pretty designs and decorated mile from city limits. Forty-five I to b* appreciated. Lot 75 by 160..
By Mr*. Petti of dose convinces. It is known' all over with ornamental design and owds. 25c acres of best citrus land; twenty I II I I 104 Cherry St. 40-tf t.

+L:r';; 'Ykor City. the nation because of its merit. See the display in our window and then acres in splendid bearing trees. Fin-

It..* Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy select what you want at __i___________ I I est variety of fruit. You can get STOCK FARM.
clears the digestive tract of mucoid this direct from the ,
grove owner i i 120 Pe
,. r : acres Junction, muck
w }tdi-a.T. S. PettU of Ybor City Fla., accretions and removes poisonous and save real-estate commissions. 'land, cleared fenced :,

111 t tr1 ..illfered,for more than twenty-five matter. It brings relief to sufferers Headquarters for Xttias Toys Address Box 427. Kissimme, Fla. I' and barn. Suitable ,for ditched. house., j
from stomach liver and bowel ail ,
tlf years With stomach troubles. She has -- I cow peas and rice hay. Desirable location ,
ments. declare that it has
+'tied: :a il;sedentary life and digestive them from dangerous operations saved We are now unpacking a carload of toy and useful article. for I: for fattening cattle. $8,000. f '4
'!.troubles. resulted. many are sure It has saved their lives. Christmas-giving. They will be placed on display text week and we I Choice 331 Acres and at Southport muck land'_. .air .
; She' took Mayr's :Wonderful Stomach We want all people who have want you to come and see them. Bring the children along. They will Orown on the rugged hill of 810u- I mile frontage on canal, one-half;mil one

(thj ,,: Remedy and received immediate chronic stomach trouble or constipation enjoy looking. at the Dollies Tin Wooden and Rubber Toy of all ben County. about 1500 feet above <-alevol. I south of Lee's grove. $15,000. yi
no matter of how .
;tr benefit." 35* has written an interestIng to dose of long standing kinds. FREE FROM DISEASE. I I NELSON REALTY CO. .'" r
try'one Mayr's Wonderful -
Strong.; Hardy Prolific varieties. Give
& to '+ Utter, In..which she says: Stomach R.medy--one' dose them a trial. Send for Catalogue. I How To Ofve Qulnln To
"I'was: almost frightened at the re- twill convince you. This is the medi- TAKE OUR PROFITS WALKER SEEn POTATO'FARM, i children
/. suits 'at-first.- am delighted at the cine so many of our people have been Rax .. Av_.. .("'.!>.>. C.mmtr.<< N. Y.Mre ntsRILIMK .it taniler to..
improvement In my condition. I have taking with surprising results. The PERSONS & R A I N E Y Impcvrvd sal to bJut Quinine.aDd dos not dUtarb the ry lItoh..pi..... t
told' 'manT of my acquaintances ofyour most thorough system cleanser we than 4,000,000 tons of r-a 1 Chlldm take It caw Dent know it .!".. ; /
: ''medicine. I was a stomach suf- ever sold. Mayr'a Wonderful Stomach AT THE RED FRONT STORE. .. year are expected to be erported from tal ESXKMlZz".vt;, ..*Doc to adults.wS'S: ::
to im ,t nr for 26 year and this is the only Remedy is now sold here by .1.1 Iron mines in Algeria by French capitalists c.....""""?" .De..BorrtBHn.not tb>b.dT Try and ', '
remedywhich: brought results to me. Z. Roberson and druggists everywhere I who have obtained concessions It the I'l"/.Deed., 0 Tnl_ for .... p. -
.. :coin ThatJ-same, sort of experience is I alter more than ten years of effort. POM.MOM KBBBJUMB U blows* on.lnal la botu iwckara.U;_The, !' q


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