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 27, 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: VID00674
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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,' s ag FORD, W. B.'MAKINSON. ROMA THOMAS, N. C BRY A1t H, nov,

n, ( ,,-y C W. DANN, J. D. WOODBECK AND OTHERS,GIVE THOU, 'point on IKte.

.;j e.cidB i 'o J f Battler' Bulwark Judge Perkins of DeLand considerable During the discusslnon week' there among has business -been--month for the enough fair'. ',tli.tloned.hhether tir.L ' r 'a

' men of. the city a* to whether to arrange for it- this
s, : of : Goes To Bottom Presiding Osceola county should have an exhibit .. Carson deem it wise to i e p

at the Semi-Tropical Midwinterfair ment for a countyTfal:
: va3ROBERT at Orlando fa February or not. : and for";""thTi winter t. ._ .
TO1. A1TR STATEMENT OF ADMIRALTY GRAND JURY WILL COMPLETE If such an exhibit\ i* to be given, In favor of exhibiting '__. n
-A N D. PLACES CAUSE OF ITS WORK TODAY; MANY INDICTMENTS preparations for it will necessarily E. L. Lesley,. chairman,
, COUNTY, ; CATASTROPHE ON OWN CRAFT ANDLONG SESSION have to begin soon in order,to insure board of county commissioners,. t
BEADY ONLY 12 MEN SAVED. EXPECTED.The the exhibit to the standardof .'
being up prove. the hom. ,fair idea/also.
The ; London England Nov. 27.-It was' fall term' of the circuit courtin last year when Osceola county won Orlando exhibit. A, home fair "' r *srft
r Truck '. announced here that the! and for Osceola county convenedin first prizes"on' -all'her 'products tatl--1ot"'Ot-upena.--alld; ;;btttt
There is, undoubtedly some sentiment condition not favorabla for
} }' battleship Bulwark had been I Kissimmee Tuesday morning, November are
k urday up off Sheerness. Only twelve; 24, at 10 Judge Per against sending an exhibit to dertaking It this ....on., Ho tter
transacted '
t Mr E. C. out of the.700 or 800 aboard the! kins, of DeLand, opened court and Orange county this year. The argu Mr. Lesley says the commit. a ,
were saved. I will preside through the; entire session menu advanced against it are that will lend all'the support r.eIbW''O
of the .
+ According to the admiralty, the ex: which from"present Indications'will -thecounty. --does not-benefit greatly i I. started .tb :
League who '
; which resulted in the destruc-I consume two or three weeks' by such an exhibit; that if Osceola As far as the exhibits are con
nt-for a of the Bulwark is believed to I time. The grand jury will doubtlessly I is going to do anything she should they can be had but ,the pi_,_
Vi i; make hi* I originated lirtier own magazine.The .: complete its work today and it is ex- do it at home and keep at horn the tions of ground and neoel.arrj''.
,, explaining explosion which destroyed the pected that a large number of indict money that will otherwise go to traction. that must be obtain**' e..
that the CP
taken off occurred at 7:66 a.. m. A ments will be returned. Court will Orange county. For this reason it make it successful are- thing* :i
r ,lral apd rear-admiral who WYATT MACH begin in earnest Saturday morning I has been suggested, that we have a must be'con.ldered carefully: ',*.
without ,
: at Sheerness reported that they and will continue without interruptionuntil : home fair this year. Mr. 'Leule". s," ;. M
,v f the time. convinced the disaster was Age two years. Only son of Mr. and the docket is disposed of. An I Favor Home Fair. H. C. Stanford and W, B. Mal
t if the by a magazine explosion.:There Mrs. Ernest Mach of Kissimmee. adjournment of half-a day was allowed While a home fair could hardly be son frankly admitted that they o
!i would meet
) .- no upheaval of the water. When I for Thanksgiving. I undertaken on a very pretentious posed sending an exhibit to Orland...I
trol on smoke had cleared away the ship I The work of empannelling a Jury .scale the first year, some of those They are both in favor of:the home
name. entirely disappeared.An M l l l t consumed all day Tuesday. Following who favor it are of the opinion that fair but doubt I if. it could be arranged
4 inquiry will be held tomorrow 3 are the names of the eighteen men I, the ball park could be used to good for this season. It was' Mr.'.Makin--;
Hoskins the admiralty believes it may drawn to serve on the grand jury: advantage as fair grounds, with the son's suggestion that th.. county be-
cal some light on the occurrence.Mr. 11rr S. S. Buzza, Joe Harvey, W. E. Un- I addition of stalls built for the livestock next now to create a fair fund so that'
growers to Churchill, speaking in tho house .L'r derhill, II. N. Bratton, R.: H. Bass, J. I and that the first year's expense year we will be in shape to havea '
Clyde vegetables line commons concerning the disaster : M. Hansell, A. W. Crosby, C. F. Out- need not be prohibitive. They home fair >'

t ers in the : r law, R. H. Alderman, Eugene Bryan argue that while no arrangementcould To Create Fall1 Fund.. f
him about "The loss of the ship does not sen J. E. Rush, George W. Best L. H. be made for races this year a N. C. Bryan was another' to approve
the Inquiry. affect our military position, but Cromartie E. L. Kennell, H. Id. Par- carnival attraction: could be securedfor the idea of creating a fair fund
Other regret the loss of life, which was tint C. B. Hansell E. A. Neimeyer fair week and that there would be and keeping the subject before the

bas C. C. Wolfle, heavy. Only twelve men were and W. W. Clark. R. H. Aldermanwas .. no difficulty getting complete andIntere.tlng public from now .on. H* (*'-of the;
4 division of All the officers and the rest chosen foreman. opinion that it would bo, almost .impossible r*..*
On the other hand it thata
company,to the crew which I suppose Other jurors drawn for this session appears to have the ,exhibit we'" '
sociation in to between 700 and 800 amount-I of court are: T. A. Court, Earnest great many people aro of the should have this year because ct'tM'l
4 ( ." .+ Mach, W. H. Walker, Jno. Anderson I opinion that the time is too short freeze last week. While the'citrus
for fair this and
H. L. Overstreet, M. D. Tindall, T. J.i a season fruit.'and stock could be exhibited
The British battleship Bulwark J, R. J. C. Griffin, D. that conditions are not favorable for
Ivey Donegan the truck crops have been aet. backso
; tons displacement, was laid A. Bass' OJto Ploetz J. M. Crafton,.'securing the necessary money to promote there will hardly,be '
WINTER in 1899 and completed in. 1902. J. W. Collins'J.! L. Chandler, J. F. !I it. Everybody in town seems exhibit. In. February.any, %* "-"fa
__ was "11 feet long, seventy-five Clarkson, D W. Alderman E. L. Fen- to favor a home fair but (It has been Roma Thomas member'of .theglty'council '
S Newspaper"J wide and drew twenty-nine feet nel and H. M. Martin. .* j suggested that instead of attemptingone I ;
opposed to an Orlando ext
.. water. Her armament consisted of this year we begin preparations
Many visitors are in town for court hibit and of the opinion that ire could
twelve-inch, twelve six-inch guns and all the week the court house has for one next year; meanwhile havean have creditable
a fair here this winter
twelve-pounders, six three- exhibit at Orlando and get what
been crowded with spectators wit If
'. The and four submerged torpedo nesses, and others who were summoned benefit there is to be derived) from it. we .got' to work, *. ''and. laearnest. *.'

played. She had a complement of 760 to The local attorneys all In order to find out what some of I 'Kata? the f '
k school team EMMETT ROSS GILBERT appear. numberof the prominent men of the city thinkof 'Mr. thought home Ida*

Winter ; Sheerness la 'on the Thames' at the Ten-roonths-oid'' of Mr. and "Mrs. have visiting cases attorneys coming up are and here a looking a home fair Idea, also an,exhibit,"."a local good pride one and that be it of'much would r ,benefit create, :
team was of the estuary of the Medway. at Orlando. a Valle Gazette :
representative '
l' A. D. Gilbert of this city.: after the Interests of client to the city and county. 'f
-to'; 14. The is thirty-five miles down the river interviewed several of them
All the officer .of the court have ,C.,W' Dann said he was for home-
London. 0 been in attendance this week, the new I Wednesday afternoon. Those inter enterprises .first, last and all the'
art 'so their News CAPTURED A GERMAN. COUNT state's attorneyf Joe Jones, of..Orlando ,views are given herewith so views as. to time...and would certainly Und hie.
surprise. War
(For Additional See give the public the different
', ,- clerk of the court, Jno. L. Over* to fair' ''
; support a
or anything ele
,did work, Page Three.) :on the subject and to try to concentrate
", street; deputy ,clerk, J.. M. Johnson; sentiment the that was for boosting ..hamea. '
< sheriff L. H. Ingram deputy sheriffs. the foc,one or .J. D.-
o Woodbeck
were few Tindall and .1 other or both,' BO that,.whatever is president of the
: Robert Campbell .Young Board of ,.Trad Mid that if
"..,' ,between" Following the ENGINE.FOR LIGHT Julian Montadoca and court reporter, done. may be done welL 'i- fair'.campaign'was. started he.eould a] home ',
of DeLand. Donegan Reasons.Some .
Chas. E. McCrorey, be counted on to help' In
teamsii of the most Interesting suggestions possible > Over'?.way. ., Lis
i ; Winter ON THE WAY
made were by Senator A. E.
r and Jarvis, ; NEW COUNCILMAN TO Donegan. Mr. Donegan when askod
Pedersen and what he thought of a.homo fair: ,arid MAY BUYS.'ARTHER' tor
4'c Kissimmee A special meteing of the city coun- that he thoroughly believed in county I
forwards: was called last Friday night to is- BE CHOSEN TUESDAYAt fairs as a means of advertising the
guards; 'jlller a warrant for payment on the products of the state and thought we INTEREST IN LUMBER GO..A
Gilbert of engine and dynamo ordered for should have one in Osceola county as '31.

pire., electric light plant.. The machin- the regular monthly meeting of soon as possible. He thought, how- I canalions.
Ugh school. was shipped from Erie, Pa., last the city council next Tuesday even- ever, that it could hardly be' done few bays ago 8. eo.per'eol4'; 'r,
9 The and is expected to arrive ing, a new councilman will be chosen this year. lie is in favor of oanding his interest in the May Lumber comP 1.
play a early next week, when it will to fill the vacancy created recently by an exhibit to Orlando this year-nnd n7 to his partner II. R. May, and, .
+ yen in that talled. Dr. T. M. Riven resignation.It every year for that matter, giving Mr.-MaTul. now sole owner of the bus-,' r,
In Superintendent Joiner of the light i is understood that W. G. Hankinsand alone sound reason that the Orlando In.... The business,will be conduct',
) : boys playing has everything in readiness for C. F Johnson an aspirants for fair is not strictly a county affair ed as before with a sawyer in,charge
Hardy new engine and dynamo and ex the job. Whoever ths ejanefl! appoints but that a group of counties exhibit of the sawmill scores the lake' and
Marshall. to be able to set them up in will serve until the first of there and benefit by it and Osceola Mr. May at the head of the business

time as well as to do it .with- April, when Dr. Rivers' tetm would county should be in that group. I here, where the planing mill i* located...
inconvenience to patrons. The f have expired. The city elects coun- Also, that Orange county has been The business U being constantly en.
Through a boiler is in position and new pipes/ cilmen in March.St. I very liberal with Osceola and that larged. At this time a new,moldingmachine
'number of ready for connection. z I \the publicity given the county thru is being added to the planing',9r
'phone at When the new machinery is all 1 4't y' y Petersburg. C. McNabb and.I its advertisement as a first prizewinner mill equipment and. it ha been but a
dence is up" and in operation the :4c vLhV others are proceeding with reclamation has been helpful. short time since entire new saw. mill
'phone capacity will be more than : project; filling in a 1,700x690 foot .I Mr. Donegan's idea is that the machinery was put in., Mr. May says
?' The and it is figured that it will tract of land (including avenues) on more fairs the state has. thebetter business Is good this season though '
e pany all needs for at least four or five ; land to be used for fine ; for the stale. He thinks that when it is confined to state trade almost k r' s
correction in to come. But if Kissimmee con- yp Y residences, dub houses etc.; seawall. Osceola county has such; an instjtu- exclusively, because of condition affecting -.
rave to grow as it has in the past : and dredging progressing. tlon that it could be held before the exporting. The company .t*. ;
bigger plant may be required in Semi-Tropical fair, then the exhibits doing business in' Lake, Orange and
r time When the present plant sent there. Also that they could be Polk county aa well a* a splendid. 1 local

installed four years ago every- t.w sent to other points in the state business. .
thought it would meet all de 4.y where fairs were being held. AWAY'THANKSGIVING : \
;' THE for ten years, or maybe a life "A great many of the tourists DIXIE THEATER GAVE
MAN 14s i the largest never see what the state has or what 'TURKEYS

With the new machinery installed;, 4'r It produces" said Mr. Donegan. On Wednesday evening of this week;.
extension in lines will be made': "They can't get over the entire stateso I patrons of the Dixie theater wore given FLL
If you the outlying districts of the city I we must put things beforT'them.The a chance at winning two big fine

y "- once. I II advertisementin t best way to do this is through Thanksgiving turk.,.. On entering,
: I county fairs and I hope that Osceola i the theater patron deposited their
ads you Clearwater.-City council accepted county will have one another year.", name in a sealed box :which'1 was .Y '
to.,.,remodel municipal dock at, Carson Favors Orlando.C. I opened in the presence of the audience';
"'" THE t of Cleveland street; betterments, A. Carson said that he thoughta after the first show and a.little girl 4 4xd
e include building of nforced .. this issue home fair would be a fine thing; from the audience drew out the lucky
a( pier extending 360 feet Intp - and that it should be put into oper- name The first turkey went to Miss
c to dock, on which Is two-story Private J. J. Ronsaean of the Fourth ation as soon aa it could be done. Zola Mayfleld. and Mrs. R. W. Barnes
; second floor of pavilion for regiment of Belxlan cnausseurs cheval OLIVER'S SUITATORIUM He thought February would be the got the second 0.'. 2 gyp ,
dance hall; railed walks on each side ) "
] la one of th. heroes of the war by reason -. -,,-" > C'
1// of pier; estimated cost $7,000. .
of his capture of Count von Bur ,
In Gets first page mentionas British Naval 'Losses Have
low son o(the German chancellor. .
the photograph be I* wearing the Military the largest advertiser in (*
I 4 Working Girls Resent Being 0014 Cross, presented him Toy this issue. The advertisement Been Heavy' Says, Admiralty*# t r

Belgian ,king, and Is, to be the ,
: \ j; Made Fad of In Reforms cipient o| the Order of Leopold. th.1 appears on page London England, Nov, 27 Thus:eVSMSSVMI. Most of those 'reported r r" killed- ,-were 1

seau wa. Injured by a kick from far the war has cost the royarliavy drowned from the. cruisers PatSflnder.Abouk.r. .,
.'He took from the 12Special 4.827 officers and men killed and 463 .' Crest and" Hx>gue->which ,
c lit Nov. 27.-J"Who willchaperon : "It I I. an insult to close the gallery BoeloVfl horse I I f
tit Jt j hlcsgo wounded while 978 missing were sunk by the German submarines'
count JtIa,41s..teJabos.. his uniform -men are
of the'claDe said variousletters \
., ,' ? .the society wome.lwhUe.. doors balls" :which he'.t.maedspat and 1,517 are captives or,have .been.! while the foundering of the Monmouth .
,. ..,1 ,: they chaperon u*," asked Anna .commenting:on a proposition ,and If8,000"francs .-, Interned. . .nd-Goedhope. 'after the battle with,.
: t Schmidt, organiser' of the "Waltrea0'union I by'the society women to,-do so.How.bouttheptozy \* :',: -;:. .. to. "the- Red. ,. ; .> Notice These figures are contained In''gat th .'German squadron off the Chilean:
of : admiralty issue tonight and Include eeastwas responsible for the drowning
comers r.--: :
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I"f toda.ja one .of the many protects : drive in addition to naval men, the marine of I. S4 offtoer* and nen.> *,".
to the dty' haU,denouncing Lake Shore ? said the message. E. S. Tloyd gave a Thanksgiving 'of thS'roval ; .
:' I for debutante The Gazette will each week of the reyal navy division._The, casualties Operation* navyift-
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-If right toftu1..wafro..t
.'f 'plan* for the npatloDoftJa.: a dinner Wednesday- night,at his grocery : and the nnmbetrof' 'men captured vision at'Aatwerp' are ace aatabi .tereariy ;
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paldancahalla .soon to('pen. )'.* baD room'Wwa1Iu1e store Broadway.. for in I ;.call attention,to the ,.largest.: Interned ' ,\
given ast
e'U' mu } workln 1111, *' noo.why.'is it deadly for aworking his ., ." ". or are a ,all those:reported interaed"V'55.-
r'Nomerou.l letterro from g 1& employ. ., . . advertisementthe' ', -'' Officers killed.' ,22woundedE1';
; to suit out dance His ,w .. ; .Current ; of the missing aMsaKadnOralty
writer, have ,been toxi girl a t, 'II: > '. t missing.:Most _
declared fntrnad,4LMen - .'
ntho : outragssnlfe': these"women to at. ;. '- DU.b- ; issue., .. .vOM prisoners; ; : statement<#ko Uef *-
;. :-r' gardint per' made bay the;.oclt t ,.. tempt to force ",upon. .us their plans, ,'....of com'laat.rrvm: ; . ,:$12, I ...... !;,J_ : killed 4,017s wounded**:::4M; a.r. ; : : "*"

i. 'WOlJlen tot .,,. for,f espionage._ "e ,1" '" ",.I' 800,000." .w, ;* .. ;, . . ..-.-.,.. "...' ,.-.... ........ mining, 968} interned, ..,; tfB24. ***>.*. rfry "'.ot'i.11.t": ..." .war. .. InGermant'.... -"\t..i-
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Woman'sWorldef Uses Gazette To Mike// 'Tobeyworkman..'. ,wa r .
.I. *, ,: : ,HELPS CIRRUS FRUITS brought Into town from Connally' '"

-Y ,1 mini lAiTinu .' .' turpentine tamp Monday to. "have Dr j

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II "___I.. .tate. suffered from a' heavy While chopping crossties Tebey let taM 'j
II I I To hart practically monopolized the and slip and hi. his left foot
COUNTY FARM DEMONSTRATION frost last Friday night as a result : axe splitting
I SCEOLA.DIGDSCROOL BEGINS ., AGENT WORKING UNDKR cleaning; and pressings 1 budnes.u, many oC the growers had their I thslgfpqbone. aabeanklo. ,aod.cnb-;;

,n) ,PUBLICATION OF. MONTHLY '. r ,m. ..f'i SUPERVISION OF UNITED well'-as a"gnat"'than of,"the"madetomeasure young vegetable crops destroyed..;..That:: satire! .. t1e-11eshfpast. : :'" -

4. ...SCHOOL -'PAPER'w.ANOTHER;,, STATES DEPARTMENT, OF. clothes business., 'and to thermometer dropped freezing e.rly oJ -Dr. ..n. ..
'+ ? ',.$ftP.iFO, DWARD. .' AGRICULTURE. have .done so'' 11the short I In the, night and Saturday morn : attend him.',, '" ,, ? .. !
'" 'spasof ing !ice was found In numerous low While he has suffered severely from
j;J.j :TPisi O.ceola.Blch School has taken six; what Uncommonly and exposed places.- *- ;'' ... i the jureoVmember' the wound Is be- 4 t
ra; biff "forward this term in the i olons. that'Is ( to satisfactorily.ciyii '
: etep. termed "going some. 'Yet The eggplant growers were doubtlessly 'ginning heal\ \
This is of the best to .
.. crop one planIn' .." ,
8 the heaviest losers in this
!r.. aailinteed from Florida for 'to ,market. exactly what Thad Oliver the enterprising county 1 iPTO
tAm'nsd fn -flrst number of which w shipment their being almost entirely -SYRUP or FIGS" 14>I .,
the Valley Gacette office 'this The intensive cultivation and labor Royal Tailor, has donerl bt crops fr' cOmqlPA.TEDCBILD.!" Y YI
Job destroyed; by the frease', As the acreage \I ,
Involved in transplanting the two ""- .-.;:
are .
std here in Ktsslmmee.
and to be
t Faculty are was large the loss to these growers "Fruit
''actor.A 1 principal drawbacks to the more extensive Delicious Laxative" can't harm 1
congratulated the creditabl.
'on appearance Six months ago Mr. Oliver was is estimated at several thousands
ttg" ; of this lint number and the planting of this crop; but, cleaning and p..inClch clothes aswere of dollars tender little Stomach-,. liver f-s"i,
it for these drawbacks I and bowels.
not .s
many Interesting1 features it contain were every- brought to his of business. and tomatoes suffered nLook ,
pl.ce Bean peppe \ I
f would be growing onions and the at the 'tonguemother! If
With such [ the > \
an auspicious beainl C. Then one day he conceived the also ana this week many growers i,
a1nklM I IcaUthe paper 1 if It't'.eeiws' the support it.deserves market would soon be overstocked. idea that it would be good policy to are busy replanting their' crop. Os coated your! 7: little 'one's stomach. liver /
The of the need
; will soon become a powerful principal advantages go after the business and he adoptedthe ceola county has not had such a cold and bowels cleansing' once \
'factor i. the.chool of the onion are (1) It is suited to most When peevish, cross, listless,, doesn't I
life cm- short, quick( route to success. --advertising. snap in several years and it Is not
Florida soils; (2)) cold weather does eat act i feverish .
I .'.jnnnitr.The. sleep or : naturally or
likely to be repeated again this season
r ," not kill them (3)) they do not form stomach sour, breath 'bad has <
Utolakean a* it ie to be their ;
s ya bulbs He began a campaign of advertising so growers figure that crops
thotlts{ -called. Is largely the rulU of the-long seed until .are matured, unless in the columns of the Valley have only been thrown back a. few sore throat, diarrhoea, 'full of cold, J
I and earnest efforts of Prof. Evans to x grossly neglected.Soli Gazette. In his ads he.gavs weeks. I give a teaspoonful of "California \
," have a school paper but credit is also Requirements. why people should have their reasons cleaning While vegetables were killed the : Syrup of Figs( ," and in a few hours
Dk' due other members of the faculty and The essential requirements of a dyeing and pressing done: at his- cold wave was fine for citrus fruits j all the foul, constipated waste undigested k
the student body for their hearty cooperation. soil upon which'onlons may be profitably shop. These ads appeared exclusively as it was not severe enough to injure food and sour bile gently moves 1
Th. work of getting up .1 grown may be enumerated as in the Valley Gazette but they fruit or tree. The cold will result out of its bowels without griping, and .
k' I D the material for the paper will fall ih follows: (1)) high state of fertility, appeared issue. in the rapid coloring of oranges you have a well, playful child again. tAsk
chiefly! upon pupils. They havo assumed ,'R ; w"t the onion being a shallow feeder; every and grapefruit and sweeten the fruitto your druggist for a 50- ent bot +
, the- responsibility with positive 3 ((2)) good mechanical condition in or- This campaign did exactly what all considerable extent. tle of "California Syrup: of Figs "

Kansas enthusiasm and a determinationto sp. nl i '.r "4 d der that the crop may be easily worked i Intelligent advertising will do for any Rapid moderation followed the which contains full directlona, <.fpr bibiea -
'CAChambleged make the paper worth while As {; 5 ttrq,, ; ((3)) good drainage, that the crop i merchant-It doubled and trebled Mr.Oliver's freeze. Florida is enjoying children of all ages *Vnd' for
it is to be under the auspicies of the may not be drowned Qut; ((4)) free business and a short time sunshiny "spring-time again) grow-ups. ,
age two literary societies the Stenolakeeand dom from "weeds" thus lessening the ago the Royal l Tailor was forced to weather
companythe'mails, ; the Utopian the name for the expense, of cultivation. move into larger quarters.

publication. was coined from a. combination Muck and peat soils ar .,especially In-addition to the Royal Tailor i ii
It war.
Florida w of these two words. adapted to onion culture, if properly brand Mr. Oliver has secured a new
'the.' fader The first number of the Utolakean ,F a Y K t tne' drained and prepared. These typesof line of -m@naure clothing
'' 'The go contains sixteen pares, with cover.- ,f f 5.. h soil should be cultivated for at4east which he can sell at a popular price..

purchased Among its features -are two short .h.% kn r 6 q two years and should receive These clothes are union-made and are
,Z'swamp laIn stories\ by high school pupils, a his ,z - w heavy applications of lime and potash tailored by the well known Dundee i ',
1910,'i tory 6f the literary societies and departments I' Photo by American freer Association. before being planted bo onions. Woolen Mills, the *largest tailors in
,alt acre devoted to athletics, music, Onions grown (on sandy loam soils the United States. I i ,
made wii editorial, comment etc. A numberof QOrJaI MABIK OP BOUUAKIA. are generally solid, heavy, and possess If any merchant still believes that
,company'age the city's moat progressive business excellent keeping qualities. The pro- exclusive advertising in the Valley
of t Queen Marie, wife of King Ferdi fits derived from the this Gazette does '
concerns and professional men, crop on type i not pay-let him go and 1;
on the in have space in its advertising columns. nand of Roumama who has recently of soil are not large as the fertilizer I talk with Mr. Oliver.
>966 anprout 4 succeeded his uncle, the late King cuts item. A I
Advantages of School Paper quite an leguminous crop y' i
wi Charles, on the throne of that beau- should be this of selland dddJz Q
Some of the advantages to be de- : grown on type
000 acre rived from a school net ''tiful little kingdom in the Balkans, is 1 turned under before onions are r appearance immediate steps should betaken "
paper are said to bo one of the handsomestwomen toward eradication.
land '
the set out i
forth on the editorial of thfc .
pegs in Europe. Her father, the late '
ations ol first number of the Utolakean. In !Planting. Tran plantlnJt. f
''ago last the first place, it will advertise the Duke Alfred of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, I Seed may he sown any time be- The transplanting from seed beds wr
The ,, school. Through the exchange de- was a on of Queen Victoria of Eng I tween September 1 and December 1. to field is what has been spoken of as
SCbambe land. Her mother was a Russian They be seed beds and the "new .,
partment the echool'snd its progress I may put in onion culture, and is to a
rfaml will be brought before other schools of g rand-d uc bass Duke the aunt of the present transplanted to the field or sown in large extent responsible for the present -
czar. Alfred had one son, field direct. The former method is interest taken in this
the country. Then it will keep I crop. a
who died just before him, but lt
a year preferable it practically] eliminatesone ,
in touch with the school, what is as Transplanting secures an earlier s lf
Jtlr.a e being accomplished and how. It will he had five daughters, whose beautyand I cultivation and saves two pounds crop, a more uniform stand, and bulbs I
cleverness made them the toast of l(1( 1lv f
also be an incentive to the pupils of of seed per acre, two and one.hall to are of more regular size. ., ,
4 roilikH the high school to do hotter work every court of Europe. Strange to three pounds of seed being requiredin The seedlings to be transplanted "
for they will know that the people of none of them made particularlybrilliant the former case. and five poundsin should be somewhat smaller than a
the community and the other schoolsof matches. The oldest, Princess the latter. lead pencil and rather stocky. As -- .,
the country are watching their Marie Alexandra Victoria, who When the plants are about six the plants are lifted from the seed
was born in 1875, married the crown inches high they are ready to be bed, the roots and tops should be
.' progress.Whether or not the becomex prince, now King Ferdinand, of Rou transplanted to the field, or if the trimmed and immediately reset in the -for the entire family. Everybody in the home can enjoy
M paper mania, in 1893. She is the mother of seeds were sown in the field they
a permanent the depends, of two sons and three daughters. One are ready for their first working and field.Plants are set three to four inches' THEVI'RTUOLO
sj elded Jf \ course, on support it-is given. It
of her sisters married the Grand Duke
thinning out. in twelve to six
{ ,F'' g o r, t is planned to publish the journal of Russia after divorcing the apart rows thirty.
monthly and the school Cyril Fertilizing.The inches, n whether hand
hopes for
: a
Grand Duke of Hesse, brother of the hors r
#', #afone circulation of at least five hundred.As czarina. Another sister wedded the commercial fertilizer should be cultivation or cultivation is

; 't0.a a unit of the community the Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenberg, put down at least a week before trans employed.
hcone Valley Gazette extends its congratu while the third is the wife of the In planting. A fertilizer adapter to that I Harvesting and Marketing.As THE INSTINCTIVE
lations and best wishes to the new fante Alfonso of Orleans. growing of onions should contain 4 or soon as the onion tops begin to
'1ari publication. Queen Marie, while neither so bril- 5 per cent. of nitrogen, I 5 to 7 per cent. I turn yellow and dry up the crop is PLAYER PIANO
i Th of phsophoric acid. and 8 to 10 matured and should be harvested. The
liant beloved her
nor as predecessor,
>>-...,..HJiKKHJM) COTTAGE DAMAGED Queen Elizabeth (Carmen Sylva), is a cent. potash, with an additional 1,500 I onions are pulled and placed in piles
f" d1st n ;.:r- BY FIRE ON MONDAY woman of great taste and kindness of pounds of kainit per acre as a preventative in the field or spread out under a shed Don't squander your money-INVEST it by .retting something

1q I heart. She has done much to encourage measure for holding the onion I I Imaggot to dry. When thoroughly! dry the tops that is worth while. Easiest pouible teem given.
i Fire in check. The fertilizer off close to the bulbs, then
etn .Monday afternoon damaged interest in the artistic work of may are clipped
of a ? 'the roof of a cottage in north Kissim- Roumanian women, wearing their be profitably applied at the rate of ,, packed in crates and shipped to the
mee owned by John Burkham. The embroideries herself and 1,200 to 2,000 pounds per acre. northern markets.
roof from defective flA lovely persuading of stable At the greater of 1 c7Uitt 13 .1.1Utn
i rA th0 caught a but her royal relatives to exploit Heavy applications man- present portion .
;ed. ', the fire had made little headway when them. ure may be made providing it has been the crop is sent to market in folding

',;, l a n d, the fire company arrived. and] it was well composited. Stable manure I slat crates that are twenty inches I
) before the twelve inches wide and twelve 203 Emmett
extinguished a great amountof AN ACTIVE LIVER MEANS should be applied broadcast and long,
,a 4)) damage was done. land thoroughly worked for at least inches high. t
rw W
1 1b The roof was damaged considerably HEALTH. two months previous to planting. J These crates hold approximatelyfifty
r + And apart of the ceiling had to be Cut worms and onion maggots will j j pounds of onions and weigh
-torn loose la order to get to the .origin If you want good health a clear be worse on the fields heavily manurIed. fifty-five to fifty-seven pounds when '
+ complexion. and freedom from Dizziness e r r i r \
; of the blaze. and when they make their first 1) filled. ,
.. People living in 'the house had re. Constipation, Biliousness, Headaches + )
moved all their furniture befbre the and Indigestion take Dr. King's' _
i. fire department arrived therefore It New Life Pills. They drive out fermenting
was unhurt. and undigested foods clear r ,.n "'
(1 ?.' the Blood and cure Constipation. Only , You Can Be Comfortable '
l ,',, GOT FANCY PRICESFOR 25c at your druggist 1 :

? ,rt asr ,..ORANGES

;; ,a ) ., Jacksonville, F';::A.; C. Marshall ANNOUNCEMENTS. When in Live at the Hillsboro
& Co., made some splendid sales of ---- ,
,i. ; ,. oranges through New York auction FOR el'PINIVTICNDM\T I'UBLIC
house one day last week. INSTHtCTIO. Comfortable rooms, good l meals, prompt and courteous service

Their "Best Brand" sold on an average I hereby announce my.elf a candidate and a warm welcome. Absolutely fireproof; everything When Come
y q, s : 02.87 per box and their "Bass Public for Instruction the office of to Superintendent fill the unvxplred of thoroughly: modern and up-to-date; prices fair and reasonable.In Days

Brand" at $2.60 per' box. The fruit term of Hon. \\', J. ffea.r rpslpned I
; ; was well colored and packed in excel- will appreciate tree support of the democratic the Center of Things Two Dining Rooms now open
a, 't W''t 1 lent ahupe.FLORIDA. voters In the primary to be hrldlrecsmber B'ak>, coat bouic cluba, ,tore,, pat The new ladle* and Kentlemea'i nitre ,
; 19 eoic* and other public: building are sear room oo the top Ioo.leun..oll, pleatant.alwajra
, HOT HOUS A. B. JARHKL I he of them acrosit the cool and .fiord lie; fine view of
y $ "CUKEB"New j .t around the corner Direct the city' and aubvrbt. Special attention
drat or u
H ;. ., York, N. Y.-The first box of tretet[ car eerviee to Union Station. Handpaid; to partiea. Grill room in baaement. matter how small your salary
w ail r iie Florida hot-house cucumbers from the FOIl Ml I-KHI>TKMKNT .Of 11 BI.ICIMHTHUCTION. barrage to and from Lau and trama. free 'ba..r.i new corpa of welfare Only No ,.
I of cnarge. Portera meet all I trio,. aerved m either room. '
1tb Sunnybrook gardens, Jacksonville, We are authorised tp announce C. E. le .de without reecT.tlane. better may be can by
White nerr sort m 40 take cmr.ccommo n of ftitnts you proper
Fla., was received the first of the Yowll as a candidate for the office of be si,,*n I* you drop us a Hew few days In eulmoc. ,
'week by C. I. & M. Dingfelder. The Superintendent of Public Instructionfor
.quality of the stock was very fine and Osceola county subject to the democratic i n sumHILUSBORO HOTEL'H.. r.Drive*. managing, deposit a little in this
primary. December 19. 1(14.Wbeaever iVe. TAMPA. FLORIDA a MaD..
it sold at $1.12 12per dozen; whichis ,, bank each week---even
dollar will
sac a higher price than Boston hothouse a 4
You Need a Oeoeral Tonic
stock was bringing. C. I. and
M. Dingf-alder are the eastern distributors Talc Grove's make the start and your bank book
for the The Old. Standard Grove's Tasteless
Sunnybrook gardensand
k eeb they will have a large crop ofAne chill Tonic is equally valuable as aGeneral __nn_ .. will place you on the direct route to
sy'an Tonic because it contains the
.- goods this season. .
i well known tonic propertieeof: QUININE To the Democratic Voters of Osceola County] happiness when old
S* toru Malaria causes more sickness and and IRON. It acts on the Uver, Drives age conies along.
.deaths than any other single diseases out Malaria, Bnricbes the Blood and
ti 1 v In India. Builds up the Whole 6). cm. 30 cents. At the earnest request of many s

( I friends. I hereby announte myself --- Many persons take unnecessary chances with their money as weD .

.tOLD FOLKS FIND NEW REMEDY RELIEVES fice a candidate of Superintendent for election of to the Public of as with their fives. Dont rush madly into Wild Investment er leap ,,

Instruction at the primary electionto daringly into the open space of Basinets Uncertainty.' This bank offers .

i tdo tj.. ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES be held December 19 and scv "I'f,. ... ..". yea the Security of Good Sound Banking.. We are Liberal in our aid. "

14V licit your vote and IUJ>PCrL to business enterprises, yet Conservative. _We aim to be a Prefreteiveyet ,

, n .. I appreciate the great importance Absolutely Cautions and. Dependable influence. in this comatuuty.. J
of the school system of the
,Drives Rheumatic Pain Away, Re- the blood and drive it out of the e .
j I and realize that the
positionrequires .
t ,lelo ; .y tem. county /
lieves Backache and. Bladder. It matters not how old you are or good business management.] Fear Per Cent Interest, Compounded Quarterly, Paid i iSaving. o. ,. .

j Disorders After A Few how long you have suffered, Croxone and careful systematic Work._-..,. Deposits.State '4
is so prepared that it is practically
for the advancement of our chi ,
Des An Taken.
impossible to take it into the human
r system without results. You will find dreg to better fit them for the- W'v

Sleep disturbing bladder weaknesses it different from all other remedies. duties of life '>: f' ,

backache, rheumatism and the There is nothing else on, earth like Th.t there Is nothing too good Jt.: Bank
kindred ailments which it. It start to work Immediately and '
many other for them' in the line of education ., ,
) commonly coma with declining years more than a few doses are seldom required I :
/ need no logger be a source of dread to relieve even the most we should ever keep before ui ana "i I

i and misery to those who are past the chronic obstinate cases. spare no pains or efforts that would of KissimnieeCapaaJ

sir .;middle age of life. '" It is the most wonderful remedy bring every school in the county+' apt .. ": The new'.discoveryr Croxone over- ever made for restoring the lifeless to'the highest standard. If electedto I '
such disorders because it to health and strength and Keck
'comet'all remove organs ----------------------------------1100,000.00
PS / the-very. cause of the trouble.'It ridding the system of every particle this position I will give it' per J Unsafe. ever .. ____ .
t. -------- ------------ 400.WO.OO .
F : ,,aoakfi ri&ht into the .kidney, of uric sold and yon can.take it'with tonal l attention and use my utmoif rt

!through the walls and lining; cleans the utmost confidence that nothing endeavor to keep increasing the Officer*. sad? Direct***.. .. :
-out the little filtering glands and cells, on 'earth will so quickly I cure. such J
"and gives the kidneys new strength to conditions. ,_ !.fieiec\of'the! school! system of C A. CARSON."Pn*. J. M.,LEE. Vice Prest.M. .
Y'At th-fit work properly. It nentnllaesaad'dissoJres Too caD obtain an' original pack. Osceola )., -
fdo :
the poisonous .uric acid i age of Croxone at' trifling cost,from I- 11 regular!, visit the schools and remember the motto'that "F.tenalVplana" .;K ATZ. 2ad Via' Pre t. ''f.
": Mat lodge in the Jointa and I any.first-class druggist All druggists is 'ti0MA9Guhier, '
tl, r" + ,;,,tmbstance tnuades,'.'causing rheumatism; and are authorized to- personally return the price of a' good education. ,/:
1t%lRAknth. kidneys filter and sift out the purchase price It Croxone ahooldfail 4 .' un'respectluIJy; of :> . .. 1f"" II'+ .. .," '-_ < .
k .A J fresh matte" ,from in a single I .'' <. ', r' CEO.; F.'npARICf1t..;.; ..L I I1P
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FI1DAY, ,KOVEMBER 27, ,1W14., THBlCiSSIINMBB: \ jVAi..t.'ETt. ; GAZETti e o PACE' 1.


'.. :ENGLAND: !FEARSERMiNSJffi 'French ,Marines: 'WaitingAdvance I GERMAN; ARMYaEE How Lang Will, AUSTRIANS' ; .tuMa-EnN'CLAIM f ;W T, "J "' _IQ'S''VI01'Ir.a hting

: ::1 FOr of Enemy The' War Last? Austrian oon4zufe! in have Russian captured'portant '.J.nd.-"TU....*lJm. .

/ positions! near V ; .
*-4wAwfiAziK l.
r .. .., "
a s ..'; __ yofl .' : -:; .g "6\i\ .. pr,-;>o.iera> *v... been _' .n.-
.". E' : term of office fs for" the war, or'three ;Austria/ 'TOW, kolda,110,000 ;-frit l1eN
q ii. f. esHWSeMSB BSM HMS' years: if-the war1' should last longer. of war, according>> to official announce---
RO '; t LopdorvEnfUnd-General:von'II p. M. JWnchort, Frsnc AttiniBtTne ...:__._
SBR1I, I d.enburgarmy., which.last-wtekKafr war willp*' lonir ann Jn Kail Ln4bfi) f "" 1to.1\ 1\1.1.\ .

....,.. .. -'-, -. : .towsKl Wareaif in--its II't'Ft i"'S't'.MtE'tS.. :;; :
:;. : -" .1
...fto"JG; : .;' ng"-rr t'iZ:Enland'bi"tirer 1 \ isreported from Petrograd, to be: In National German bank-ft la along ', IP': BILIOUS OR COSTIVE
,retreat-after' having experienced long warn and will be fought'to' '
paring to'repel any,possible invasion serious : f, 4TON4i
by ,Germany,Along the east, and reverses inflicted by the Russians .the bitter! end. We still'hove three 1 1 For Sid( 'Headache.' ;'- "Sour JSto'maelL

south -coasts of These who,with reinforcements Jm.d.-: million men to put In.. England ior Th> .
England i Sluggish
preparations ' # jr
/;. begun some time ago, are a brilliant stand between the .Vistula Germany must. perish.- -'"! >*.1 -, work while'yell ale *

being<< puahed < forward .' asI' r a. and, Wart river. ? ExPresldent F.m.res,. France....,j'F tred'To"pe. Bad T.. ...Indites-1,
.possible. The' work I.. chiefly in the While the extent and the completeness The war Js only beginning-; pfonthaand'mgnths'will thin/ Skin and Head .
of the German defeat not M '' Miserable O
hands of civilians.. Ernergncy\com' here was iwqulred.\France' aches'come from a" .r &lidclo&'ced 4i
theyety'f.ct.'tbat General has .
mittees of prominent' citizens VIBV* acquired constancy.General bowels which '
been formed in several of the / von Hindenburg had been check Auffenberg Third Austrian yz
arge : with undigested .
ed ;.to .become, filled -.
'" far' the biggest feature of,
towns. The principal measures already a army-It''I. impossible'to' tell whenthe food/whlch: sours and ferment.
planned look to the safe withdrawal I r 1 1I today's war, new.; The same dispatches _r'will end. Money exhaustion: like garbage in a swill barrel. -That'''
of women and children from the areas I that tell of his reverses; however may hasten the outcome.William the first to mold mlaerr-lndl.:.{ '
'that the German
say reinforcements
which be threatened and also the :
may E. Corey, American. -The geition foul bad breath yellow'
Irm gases
) were being brought so that *
removal of livestock and provisions, e J {n: another battle is up German have food and ammunitionto skin, mental fears, everything that is' eat
which would be useful to an invading sJ ,) great likely to develop -
the destruction of grain and a on a line nearer to the frontierof last them year and a half.i ;'I horrible and ,nauseating.,;A CascaretI I FBIe
army other commodities which cannot be Posen. Russian Official Army 'Journal, I tonight will give :your constipated ,
removed Von Hlndenburr Has ,, The war cannot end in less than ayear. bowels a 'thorough' cleansing" and. }; rAtoUBOV
and the blocking of roads 1 400,000 Men. ad;
apd destruction of bridges r General von Hindenburg has about Austria will be crushed by thebeginning straighten :you out by morning. They'k

Rifle clubs are being organized. The 11 1t 400,000 men but if the Petrograd of 'WInter. But Germany work, while you a1eep.-a'lo-cen
f ,
war office has decided to recognize ports can be accepted, they have win fight in thespring, :witb.Jncreasfury. -,, from your druggist will keep. yon''fooling pot,
re-j w c '
I *
these clubs which separated, badly cut and ed j good for months 7'' M
; many of are now (I up .O'I' M .. 'J"** -t -" ** '.fi...rt vJv*, I
drilling. Their badge> will consist ofa ands taken prisoners,, so these German . r ; 2SO i ir
red armlet bearing the letters "G. t tt forces will require reformationand I \' "

R." Only those who are ineligiblefor rest after the severe punishment onta

sevrice as regular soldiers or territoriali 4'e' I inflicted upon them following theirdarlagadvaneetntotheheartafRue ., ......----.
.y belong to such organizations --! shiptloo
"TlpSYnbers are requested to furnish ian Poland. J 1
their own equipment.The In the western arena of the-war the

city of Hull according to the ,, the present lines of battle seem to be ;6UPERtOR'GERVICE, =;l .,, ]
Daily Malll has been dividedinto six frozen into position, as if in conformity COURTEOUS TREATMENT ;; crop
districts. In each district is a committee with the wintry weather condi-1 ate i

of 200 prominent men which tions. | ste.BMtJ.
will co-operate with the police. Sim- In the Western Center. I,

ilar committees have been formed in Rheims, Soissons, and Ypres continue .i;

Deal, Sandwich, Folkstone and several 4f to suffer from. ___ the___. German_u._____ cannonadtng .___- ,. tit
other towns, the mayors usually act- that has been going on for leaner
I in] &s .hairmen. Bicyclists and auto- I weeks. There has been no renewal i

mobnes! )ere organized some time ago f 15,0O,000 KlllED- OF' of the concerted German attempt to''
for their share of the work. JAP ARMY 500,000 break through to the coast, although'j, r/
I signs seem to indicate that they >I THANKFUL
may undertake this movement againat

4 4 AGAIN OUR MEAT KINGS 4 4 IN EUROPEAN WAR READY TO ENTER WARLondon any moment. Still more troops are ; ,
being brought up and it now is said .i.
4 FAIL OF APPRECIATION j the plan is to reach the French coast is he -- 1i, at
.0- London. EnJt'land.-Tht' Daily News
England.-Arthur Diosy. I' by December 10.EXPLANATION, y ;
4 London Enl'landBrilil.h.o- publishes' I the following from its correspondent and
founder of the
army officer at the front whose 4 in West Flanders: Japanese society, affairs IS VOLUNTARILY who pay by check-thus guarding -
an authority on Anglo-Japanese "
letter in the Morning 4O "The astounding casualties which
Post, writes appears: < three and a half month of modern .said in a statement Monday: 1 MADE BY TURKS : against overpayment, as well

4 "We live on various forms of -!- warfare have produced in a serious I "The btate Japanese of readiness army is and in if a it'complete benecessary | Washington, D. C.-Turkey has ex a.* saving time and expense in d. r
4 dog biscuits and bullyMet\ of < matter for the whole of Europe."Thin plained voluntarily to the United
to increase the allied forces the settlement of accounts.
different brands. They vary war already nan accountedfor i States government through Ambassador -
in the I
4 enormously. in quality and on my 4* something like live millions. of the I and Europe Japanese are willing Morgenthau, that the shots fired '
return I should like to gel hold 4 1 pick of European manhood. This in ready to supply immediately a toward the cruiser Tennessee's
4 of some of those. Chicago meat < no fancy figure. It has been computed Ruined large! admirably equipped and highly launch were intended merely as the Accounts subject to check are j-

< kings and wring their necka. and <: carefully." \ I fhe Trans-Siberian army.. inilway and an iI j I I customary warning that the port of cordially invited.
put them through their o..n-- Smyrna was mined and closed to navi-
mincing machines." )>o.-. .+'.-'.- ".-"." .-'.'''''': :'''.-'.-'.-'.-.'-'.''.'-'' I ample supply of Japanese steamships gation.
make the transportation of half a feaJj
4 >
Although the explanation was in-
<--H-.o-+-+: +-+-++++-+-+-+. ++-+-+ "l--: :'+{-:' .*> :\"WILLI.IE\('IIINE: OKJS; TRENCH GRAVES; ; j :million men i in two months easy. iI i! formal government officials admitted Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver

{ TENEROPLANES I : ; BATTLE that all danger of ,serious<< complica- ,
I 4-:> WHEN WORK IS SL.CK:0'' 2.00I) FEET OVER HIIEIMS tions had passed. The explanationsent President. Cashier.: are

U. S. ARMY ---- by Morgenthau was received to-
> 111. Machines 4
ChicaifO to diffjnnvt8 Paris.-Le Petit Pan&n says: day. It had been filed previous to the
< for European war victims 4 "Ten four German; and
aeroplanes, instructions sent from here for him
I < have been perfected by a Chit-afro > ,I six French engaged in an u battle to take the matter up. A formal
ff concern, it became .known today. :,1 a'P'
lullsMEXICO '', over Rhcims on Thursday. Thp fight explanation is expected later.
> Work has been started on thir- 4'! ended in a French victory. I I"For .
teen of the machines, which have < I hnlf an hour the planes m-.n-

*. been ordered by two of the al- .> I ,'uv<'el''d :2,000 feet above the city, '' .' '. .. ., . ,; . -,- .
lied nations On days when there < The I.., ''': .. :. 1 t -
exchanging ,
volleys. artillery oa' ".
08444444444444444.IP1UERTA contact""
+ 4 has bgen "no the now 8 1 both Hides s'u.spendod fire while the
: OFFERS SWORD 4 <\ war machine it was said, may be > city watched the thrilling struggle.

AND FORTUNE TO VILLA + used for digging: trenches. I "Finally the German machines, outnumbered H
+ -:0
XX ---- < 1 but speedier than the
--:-:-: : :- :-:-:-:-: :-:-:-: :-: :.
The Mexican Bureau of Infer- -.---- French, fled. The planes wore riddled
O mation in New York gave out OOOOOOOO ..OOOO OOOO with shot. One dropped when it
O this message cabled by Juan O 4 reached the German lines and the pilot 5000Bollies 5000

I O Sanchez Azcona, the constitu- 8 EARLY TRUCK IN FLORIDA. 0 was killed. II | rl i r a
O tionalist agent in Madrid: 4 O '
- - - - - - - - - - - - -
"Authentic information has ; Vg99999999 DEFEAT TURKS
reached me that Victoriano" I Yamato Fla-There is a small Russia. The Russians Bottles
O Huerta has offered his services < Petrograd, ,
O to General Villa, lie sent his > acreage of early vegetables going: out are advancing directly upon Srzerum. ''
congratulation his (Villa's) here. This i I. planted to beans, pep The Turks, defeated, are fleeing along "
I Chief Carranza pers and tomatoes. This Is the homeof the entire front; Fighting is develop .
4 attack on First .
j O and said he wag willing to reO the Japanese colony. These people I ing along the Black Sea littoral, near :i / .',*;t ta

4 turn to Mexico to' take charge of > annually have estimate an early that and a late will "Batoum, according to official reports I BEST .
They they
federal officers -andassist < crop. - -
his former Any fool can get a divorce, but it'takes
move some vegetables on an express
i f O him in ousting the constitutionalist O L' ae
leader Huerta further O basis by December 15. There are intelligence to stay married. I
Pancho Villa that active preparations made for a large
informed of tomatoes for an April har- J II Omit
acreage (
his fortune was at his disposal' ? 1 I
4 and that he would do all in his < vest. II

power to help him in., _hiil fight: Miami, Fla.-Comparatively speak- ,

against Carranza. ing, the winter vegetable deal in the' I 31.
Huerta is maid to be now in *
section from Palm Beach to Detroitis '
northern Spain. ** on an early basis with .acreage vana'BOB

O slightly above normal for the early '
tOMMoO QU Q t CI crop. It will be remembered that last *.

Vera ruz-The Mexican flag again year in this section frosts did damage;
afp a result the growers ere dividing '
flies over Vera Cruz their crops into two plantings. One
Brigadier General Funston and his will come off in December and Jan i J Pr

command of six thousand infantrymenand uary and the late crop in April and ., "

marines which landed here April May. re'a
last, got under way late Monday Boynton, Fla.-Over 200 acres of I -' ,.

.,1 Gen. Candido Aguilar's men took mixed vegetables already are plantedin 1

of the city The United Statesansport the Flatwoods country lying back
the first of here. A large number of growers The dignity sod rare beauty of
Cristobal, bearing simple :
have moved their I
on recently acquired
t work
our willappeal to whether MEDICINESold
r contingent of Americans, left the dock holdings arid are putting the soil in you contemplate the purchase you of a I

I at 1:60 p. m. for home. shape for a crop. The plantings con- memorial for tome departed loved one yea'k
The Mexicans marched in on the sist of beans, peppers; and tomatoes or are interested in the purchase: of a In One Store In Tampa Within One Year-and the Sale is Still Increasing
with a small variety of other '
heels of the departing troops, but nd tables. There will be no early toma-vege public monument. I, ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED FOR RHEUMATISM : ;

serious n_ disturbance occurred. toes on a carlot basis. Artistic Memorials YOUR MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIEDTHIS ,,,
Residents of Vera Cruz, who had The growers are about to organize
_ .< heard threats made by Villa followers themselves into a packing company, Marble and Granite IS WHAT THOSE WHO HAVE USED IT HAVE TO SAY ABOUT IT; .
t and others opposed to General and put all their vegetables out underone .

Carranza, that they would resist oc- brand from one central packing Tklrtr yean ol u..n..cell..ui to tatUf actoriljr i Tampa Men Give Strong Testimony S.V' S.
. cupation of the city by Aguilar's house. ...... you. Huadredt of patrons will ttttllr to twgx 1jM ,
;troops, breathed more freely as the Heavy rains have been falling in tb. merit of our ....... .Tampa. Fla. t : .
Carranza soldiers moved nearer and the back country which is also true of I Taylor Medicine Company, Tampa Fla.
nearer to the center of the city. the whole east coast from Palm Writ for prigs a.d lull sa e Gentlemen: I have suffered for years with rheumatism I i
The only unpleasant incident had Beach south to Homestead. Idea of FOg rcqulnmnu aad we will nbmit gsy e have had It all over: In my arms, fins-era>, lower limbs and throufhmy .
no effect on the general situation. dutch for approval. Booklet of da.i,..f.... ... ate, w 1 y body, and only those, who have had rheumatism can imagine we 4i1b

General Carranza was quoted by representatives Palm Beach, Fla.-Early vegetables THE CLARK MONUMENT CO. what the suffering. I have taken every medicine that was ever i
here as being displeased are doing well except where rains Dnral and Newaaa SUe u y r :S' recommended to me. and I had a doctor to tell me that there was
with the American method of delivering have been too heavy The Flatwoods t iJ t no cure for my disease, but I commenced usingTAYLOR'S BEST
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fifty-five years old, and feel as young as I did at thirty-fire. "With
NE. DER SAVES the planting of strawberries. It is Ii i I best wishes ARTHUR D. LYNN. Re'

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South %, Hotel, and for eight months I suffered with all r.
' wound has been invented by Prof. Apopka Citrus Nurseries pains over. eveiy T
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KTBRT FRIDAY.: omen IK VAOLBT' QAZBTTB BUILDINC. has often'.been cheI..n..t. the .A (trance? came into our jPjaltoil
"'. JUMUUCKB. OSCBOUA. COUNTT.: rWRIDA.w. English nguag.-eep.elaUy'. f United a CJOUIderabI. aeeoaat
''forget about;tt, > States"-la the most difficult of all of our baaluj sought a real w,

,; L''HARRIS .' .' ..' -. -' '_, .' ." y u ,. tr .h' tongue for a foreigner to master.;We and;.within. a,week had paid
ASR ,, have no reliable rule for either spelling a farm place.; And the Su,

i'0' >.CRIPTioN RATES On copy oa.,,..... -..... ._..r.-.t1Je About""what. d' ?' or pronunciation while the meanings from real the {gentleman that"A no
men called
f. V! One oopy, Biz month.....,_.-....... ..e Onf oopr, three month-..,... ...rl of our'word are changed to suit Oft ..I

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.. "Bejeote4 ft4 kv ths aaatter* fitAf will. net be*. returned, aaleee ealtod" for. /'/" Next;Tuesday/December 1 1. is the happy, .,.. :: . ,. . cation, "United p State*" 1* marvelously luta BAQCII'better, "\
could have been '
.... I strong and Immeasurably compre purchased at a
(Dot*r.d a* the, Poatofflee la JtlutlDlD....rl rtaa. aap oon4-ola.e matter. Everybody, if expected to dig deep'into bit jean j and tub. out round ironiaBd.aetth'MM hensive. er price. .One real estate
From supposed the seller of the pronertJ
.. And still the language grew
--_-._ --:!- in I should have split th.

,;. ,, ....... .;-. ::;: .. ..---VE'W1, .E'K"2"l71i1. --, ,-. ---'-...---,, -::' .._mot1"t; ".. _. -'- -- : ._ ,f'Jt.tJe the ,.,"goo, r, p"fi.M i -and.>r the.,.to ."golg". moat of fomplicatad the-; Jim) _cos UKS commission,wiJ_

1at """:.Tliore' luund -Jioni.:. ...tbe.:jieate theer ip''' fellows in .the'.wor . of scientific term*Invented to & 2d2SM,

; With plenty of 'round iron dollar rolling through town'every rbt lIt:tie'W watrdersi ther4li .''rsattanga, real" estate men stint theirfz

i "l -- . happy-and wearing the, "smile: that won't come off." of fresh word, while.the twists ,and TatfflmanrttiffTrtrangerhim.. Last thl. d1aodtrt.. "
; I night
Land : Pay-Up-Day -9 , '. i turns of the phrase genius give a .trannr- .....
; j jtmv.ra t richnea to the American tongue that hi* wife were preparing to. ..;;
/. ,.TrY it on. your local mercltant-and watch him mile. has never been attained by any other. Clearwater when a'' number,, of dUo

imeriean Everybody ha agreedthit .Kbsimmee.will celebrate "Pay-Up-Day" next Nor 1* it only the literary genius Ing sent heard of these of the"outrageous real4staters". S!

to at'Ilse / Do.. it Tuesday. December I 1. of the Ghetto Burgess out type of new who com-can sought the stranger and assured him
get old meaning
s by, hour for celebration have been fixed from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M.. binations. The Advance gives a that ferent air of Clearwater' was of a dif.!
opinion of '
n ,t The Sunday Tampa Time i i. no more. We are sorry. It should have "translation" that explains somewhat property value* thai
isaald and everybody caopay their bill during those hour in lawful money-copper,, been kept in the field. of the confusion that must come over those who of had called upon him -A.

[ the Mrs. t ,,' 'I ,silver, greenbacks, or gold cheerfully receded the mind of the foreigner who Is try- with delegation him to his prominent newly purchased citizen went
fall at. hone
{ Ihoritles tof One/of( the local ,merchants told us that if everybody that owed him We want to see the city of Wauchula collect that foolish "knocker" fine. to acquire the "finish"Say of the the Unite Advance - this morning to appraise It "

,Ass wouldytep up and pay, be would be in a financial position to pay everybody Evidently. somebody down that way is suffering from afraidofthetruth. States: language. One of last the gentlemen in the party

D hewed and have money,left to buy thing he needed. "Mutton broth in a hurry," says the property stated was TrtghMhat well Worth he$1,000 knew the

This would help other business concerns and increased business would There iint a town in the United States that doesn't need its socalled"knockeril" customer. "Baa-baa! in the waiter.rain. than was paid for It. The reason rnort It
They the fellows who criticise public official, when lax in Make him run! shouts the was sold at a low price was that
employ more people; the wage paid to these -employe would be spent for are "Beefsteak and onions," says the the
:LANDKinsa. thing. to eat and wear, o'everybody would have more money to spend because the pdrformance of their duties. They are the fellows who see the unprog- customer. "John Bull I Make him aginny owner preferred is a to non-resident sell than to and that h.
reitlveneis of town and tell it, and in this the pride of the the waiter. put tenants.
more people were employed and because more merchandise could be bought. a way arouse shouts on the place.
Dont' forget that $100 yet in motion can liquidate a dozen bills. If "let-well-enough-alone", into doing something for the upbuilding of "Where's my baked potatoes t" seal-asksa The Sun is sorry to learn'that the

C.Chaml Jone. or Smith owe ten bill of $10 each, and pay them, the next ten people his home town. customer.!" shouts"Mrs. the Murphy waiter in a are "knockers" in Clearwater. Y '

..--could.payten other bill of equal amount and with the tame money. So We need constructive criticism all the time. It's the thing that keeps skin"Two coat fried eggs. Don't fry 'em too the can knocking take four habit real and estate men catr'wi

company, you lee it' onIy a question of-.etting motion the money that is now in civic pride.alive and keeps us on edge. When a town gets to a point whereit hard," says a customer. "Adam and any town within six As s
the Florida mall Is| hi<1in g. can't stand constructive criticism, it's time to pack up your belongingsand Eve In-the garden! Leave their eyes as one "knocks" anoth< reaL eat
open!I" shouts the waiter. man's deal, that real es'lft.e'man!!
the federa Therefore let'* do our. best to pay our bill on December I-"PayUpDay" move. "Poached on toast," says the wj
eggs seek to retaliate, and then the' eft..
goiV in Kitiimmee. customer. "Bride and groom on a less chain begins which starts a "do
[ purchased raft in the middle of the ocean!I" in the manger" situation which wl
h swamp lai I The Public Defender I shouts the waiter. eventually depreciate business for 0
fe In 1910
"Chicken croquets," says the customer entire community. .
Be. Reasonable Sentinel \$
an .
J jnade-acre.wit! "Fowl ball!" shouts the Is Clearwater to put up with sac

companyage The office of the public defender should be established in eevry countyor waiter. "Gen- instances as the one recited becaoi
"Hash, says the customer. one or more real estate men belisi
oft] Why all this weeping and gnashing of teeth on the part of a numberof district of every state in this country. If an office of this kind is created tleman wants to take a chancel"! they are entitled to a "split" on

i65 i *n the in paper located along the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, -and it should be-it will help materially in administering justice. Today, shouts the waiter. "I'll have hash, measly $100 commission ? t

I profit an wat aver the recent discontinuance of two local trains? if anyone is by some means or other placed under arrest, and he is without too," says the" next Customer. "An- It will take only a dozen or mosuch '
( other sport! shouts the waiter. affairs in this community nni
000 acre The Orlando Sentinel even gets up on a high chair and shouts, "It's funds to employ an attorney to plead his case, he has not much of a chanceto "Glass of milk," say 'a customer. ,there will be no commissions to spin
the land | time the steely corporation should be made to realize the seriousness of the escape a sentence or fine. He is, in most cases, given the services of a "Let it rain!I" shouts the .., ,,iter. Clearwater needs a real estate 0
"ago ations oflast] recent order." young attorney, who is just starting his professional career, to defend him. Frankfurters 'and sauerkraut, good gamzation of the real estate deale

Tb.ccsmbe. en The Sentinel should calm itself. Please remember that railroads are run Everyone knows that in an instance of this kind that one's chances of acquittalare and hot," says a customer." "Fido the, and it also the needs a high license.1.1protect
Shep and a bale of hay, shouts regularly establishedestate rei
for profit, run to pay good fat dividends on watered stock. The public? remote.If waiter, "and let !lem sizzle." I men from curbers and fro
Mfe, Oh well, you remember what Jay Gould said about the public. public defenders were located throughout the country those without Undoubtedly the American tongue bench-warmers who are "steerhij

liaml, And another thing, don't forget that Florida cities are making it a crimeto funds or influence would have an equal chance. They would have the services is "rich.-Miami Metropolis.$ ." I prospects to a dozen different; rei

Fiend, "knock" Don't "knock" the poor railroad. Praise it. No matter howwe of( an attorney-services of a defender equal to that employed by the ---<0 estate of "split men, and commission"thereby making tui
"PAY-UP-DAY. I a no raatb
are gouged and skinned and robbed by public. utilities corporations, always prosecution. And they would have a splendid chance of securing a square who sells the property.

iPOLKj praise them ; give them franchises and right-of-ways; give them your coat, deal. Kissimmee is to have a "Pay-Up- I As long as the real estate men a
S \ I shirt and socks; give them your house dog and your motherinlaw.So The public defender should be boosted (far and wide. Now is the timeto Day" December 1, and the Gazette''' not organized there will be thosedon't wti

"for( the love of Mike" Sentinel, be reasonable. Always praise put in a good word for this worthy cause. Do it today, not tomorrow. to says that all everybody outstanding is bills going on to that try I either "jret kill the his'n"sale or who force then a rake-ol seek I

j jE everything. You don't want to be accused of( being a "knocker." do you? 1 If the day proves as successful It must be stopped!Clearwater Sui
;E A as Miami's, there is considerable satisfaction .
i I Sic Transit Gloria Tango'! I in store for Kissimmee "MOTHER" JONES.

|f f+ elded Bnf I' More Fake AdvertisingA I folks who have been "carrying" others .
tog ofcial ) \ on their ledgers to a burdensome de A remarkable flight was witness
r worth in Philadelphia last week.
And then, it a great
t.. lone r Last winter, in a period of rashness and inconceivable folly, we took a gree. feel better
deal to be able to acQuainted The American Federation of Lab
IW S to a r'tone man by the name of C. B. Johns is seeking endorsements from Florida few dancing lessons. We learned the tango, the one-step and the hesitation, with the people who did not convention was in session.

:'t -, boards of trade for a proposed exhibit of Florida products in cars throughout with all the dips, drags, grape-vines and lame ducks thereunto appertainingand pay up.-Miami Metropolis. Men from all parts of the Unit]

tar n the country. in such case made and provided. We thought we had Terpsichore Itched GOOD'IDEA.We States and Canada were there yv, |

In his prospectus, Mr. Johns admits that it is difficult to trace the results to the rudder of a Zeppelin. As we glided about the hall or riccocheted from Those men were and are the led

*tru< .of this kind of publicity. This frank admission is in itself a pretty good divan to davenport, just missing the piano lamp in our mad flight throughsome see by the Miami Metropolisthat of labor. They are for the most pa|
lir L< *trrsM Miami has a new day to cele- big men-strong men, well fed
reason why shrewd advertisers should let it alone. friendly parlor, we used to feel sorry for poor Mr. and Mrs. Castle. We brate, and that Kissimmee will follow prosperous looking.

; As we understand it, California used to have these cars, and the best were the dancing demon of the day We were. But last night we happened suit, on December 1. It is called AU of them are rather inclinl

i evidence that they didn't pay is the fact that she is letting them go. These to drop in on some friend, whose Viclrola. U we entered, war Tearing off! "Tay-TTp-Day and we think the to be phlegmatic, not to say b

K'ib'thori rq exhibit cars played out a long time ago. "By the Sea. By the Beautiful Sea." We shall forever hate that tune, for it president of the United States shoufd Announcement Is made thai

f;rieda- ; The way to advertise Florida, and to get results from the advertising, is is inextricably intermingled with the wreck of our fondest conceit. We tain issue a proclamation national making a cer-," ther Jones" is present and will ;
day a "Pay-Up-Day
't land, f ,for the various board of trade throughout the state to subscribe to a general learned last night that we can't dance. No more than a rabbit, we can't compelling all to observe it. One dollar observed A little walking old woman the 82 years

,t t at.p' "Florida'publicity fund. This sum should then be placed in the hands of dance. There was a young fellow in that parlor who had brought with him, properly used on such a day couldbe Immediately those up phlegmatic, i|

f 'jto&j' a1 reputable advertising agency whose business it is to produce result for from the city, a slew of new steps and motions and gestures and poses and made to pay thousand dollars in fed, prosperous looking men rise i

s- ill client by the time we got there he had taught the young ladies such delicatessensas der debts their, but money unfortunately and let many their squan-debts stand i0 their places. applau:'

: The modern advertising agency makes a scientific study of selling the "half and half" "the fox trot" "the silo slip"and "the Ford flop" take care of themselves, due greatlyto And They applaud applaud again.and again r, '.

1 r 'through printer ink. It know the right mediums to use to reach the people or something like that., Why, we didn't even know the hold any more. our merchants and our laws, both Something seems to have gotten I

}., ;that contemplate a'' change of home. It know how to prepare the right kind Everything we did wa paste or Aisne or przemysl. We were Major General Era being too lenient.-Auburndale New low their veneer of phlegmaUciam t

,'; of copy to appeal to this particular class oJ people and it know how to out- Dub. Last year if you didn't hesitate well .. you needn't come they On are human at last. Lf'I;
their faces is the look of [
4 + ,.1'h'0a" : selling plan ,of follow-up copy that will positively produce result around This year if you hesitate you'. are; lost- and .no reward. offered. I ROYALTY..IS EXPENSIVE. soldier keyed up to cheer the: '_._

r'M It' about time that we get down to brass tacks on this advertising prob- I Austria-Hungary-, emperor $4- Finally the applause dies down (
.p S 5 rY lem and quit throwing our money away. .1 520,000. the old, old' woman tells her I
Above-all let C. B. John and his car alone. King of Bavaria, $1,286,303. of and how she suffered abuse,' con
outrage. Also does she tell |
normal person will not sink into Reasoner Brothers of the' Royal King of Belgium, $623,000. story of children slaughtered at '
::114 poverty. Illness] disease, deformity Palm Nurseries offer a logical! solu- King of Denmark, $262,500; crown low. If
Cannibalistic Suggestions From and weak-mindedness are subnorma. tion of the "cut the problem prince, $31,500. Matter-of-fact is she, and
King of Greece, $260,000.
David Starr Jordan says: "Strongmen which has plagued mankind since the sense does she whine or cry. < I
Swi seek education and make time when the morning stars first Great Britain and IrelandTheking
the FrontWriting opportunity She is the incarnate spirit of < .
," and tp> this might be appropriately sang together, or at least ever since and queen receive $2,256,000; ex- mon humanity. I.' .j
added, "They bring things the day when Adam was promised an Queen Alexandra, $336,000, and the Suffering and struggling, Jet oJ
$$141LC about; they make events occur.' Weak opportunity to earn his bread by the remainder of the royal family are allowed whimpering.. "< .]
from the (front, an officer of the allies, commenting on the men are the opposite of this, says Dr. sweat of his brow, and the rag weeds $412,000. The king also receives Still more matter-of-fact i II
1w quality of the mean rations served, remarks that "on my return I should like J. N. Hurty in The Journal of the and jimson sprang up on the back lot. the revenues of the duchy the of manner of telling about the th 1 1r
Lancaster $300,000
D Medical association. Dis- per ;
Preliminary to the offered solutionthe that need remedy. >
to get hold of some of those Chicago meat kings and wring their necks and of Wales those of the of
+ ; auG r ease is itself not an evidence of physical Royal Palm Nurseries people ask prince duchy She colly takes the hide off
put them through their own mincing machines.. or mental strength. Syphilis is a this pertinent question : "Did it ever Cornwall, about $400,000. albne the enemy without but the,
t Sfe'M From which we should judge that this supercilious party doesn't consider : great cause of poverty, as It is also of occur to you that a very few dollars King of Italy, $3,010,000, of which
M that the new brand of "Made in America" i i. necessarily a guarantee of good insanity. "We were getting along properly spent could make a blank, $360,000 for 'family. Emphatically she denounces th
f' ffJ tiro W I splendidly," said the povertystrickenwoman uninteresting piece of real estate look Queen of Neterlands, $250,000; alsoa visions among workingmen. a
quality. But it i ia doubtful if the substitute material he
would domains
from and
suggest improvethe "until my husband took con- like a garden of the Orient?" large revenue And concludes with the adaioei
t 4' tb ,*Ch product in any particular respect. It is merely a diseased fancy this sumption." And who must be told of Reasoner Brothers may have, in a $62,500 for royal family, .courts and to get together and stick to
l fe. belief that the flesh of a meat king is really more palatable than that of the the great poverty that trails consump- measure been inspired by mercenary palaces. Men there were who lie
)1j ,? a E common stockyards proletaire.It tion T A farmer died of typhoid fever motives in making the suggestion ofa King of Norway, $185,000. her who hold official position:
so when the mortgage, given in part pay- solution of a "cut the weeds" problem Emperor of Germany, $3,698,260; large in the eyes of the world,
is said by those who have inside knowledge of the process of production ment for his farm, was only one-half but that does not detract from also a vast area of native propertiesout ordained and annointed lea r
an$ Ul fc ;in our great American meat factory that numerous proletaire fingers at, paid off. His wife and little daughter the merits of the plan, which would of which the court expenditureand those who toil. ;
t ivyti iv-< times get into the sausage machine and that now and then a cheap wage slav took the disease and survived only encourage the improvement of vacant royal family are paid. Yet not one of them but what 01da
d doll c tall into the "bully beef" boiling vats and enters bodily into the product finally to flll/ fuller the slums of a city property by the planting of trees and King of Roumania, $227,520. have given his teeth, toenails,
where she went with the child when shrubbery.In Czar of Russia, personally and private hair to be the recipient.of a de 'U
tojEI.ir23g'1'l r 'Iut this adulteration is clearly accidental not willful. The party in question the rich man foreclosed the mort- Bradentown estate of more than one million titration half as genuine, half a* thcu
; ho contributes the whole of his in this Yellow fever prevented the where the beautiful miles of cultivated land and
or part anatomy manner always does gage. tropical and semi-tropical trees and square longed, as that given to the little
French from building the Panama beside. gold and other minesin
fo through what js known a* "contributory negligence. flowers flourish almost in a state of forests fighting woman. thus
who had invested The annual income is
canal and thousands estimated -
I No matter what they hay<
These fellow in the trenches in France and Belgium altogether wildness, where the maximum in effect may
are getting
their all in canal shares were at $12,000,000.
pau- sired
thought or knew,
4 IA ? Mrt'l, t too dainty, when nothing less than the white meat of monarch will perized.In effort may be it obtained would with a minimumof that the King of Saxony, $881,780. i The little old woman but '

""du |t a a' < satisfy their pampered appetites. Our own boy sixteen years ago, when in Mexico there are thousands who idea suggested, by the appear Royal Palm King of Servia, $225,000. her due. .te'cos
d e : il i T j Jacksonville, Fla.. and Chattanooga Tenn., warring with Spain ate their have been made blind and pauperizedby Nurseries should win many votaries. King of Spain, $1,334,000, besides' She was the real leader-the an
TJnf small-pox. There are at least two Cut those weeds and plant trees and $680,000 for royal family. ine, blown-in-the-bottle goods. I
beef without
embalmed clamoring for the delicate
hon 4. more morsel that this million beggars in China, all made flowers. Bradentown Journal.: King of Sweden, $83,000, besides knew it to be so and all stood M Inl
If fastidious Briton suggest, and what was good enough for them i i. good blind by small-pox. It is only when $250,000'for family. her admitting the fact that she! tot
3&jpa u. enough for any entrenched military mole now burrowing through the effete epidemics come, when the greater proportion Sultan of Turkey, $7,500,000. and is a leader that led wherr Chan
European continent.If of lives are threatened that we losis; and on the pauper records ap battle was fiercest and where she, ,
,vial realize the meaning of sickness and pear the names of hundreds who have MORE ABOUT GREEN FRUIT. needed most.
|i the British are really l longing to feast on the flesh of kings, let them disease. The ramifications of diseaseare followed these occuptions. A pro- She came from many' battle h.

v. ; go after the kaiser and old Francis Joseph, and the minor swarms of German so complex and far reaching we prietor who does not surround his Over 3,000 cars of fruit have gone many campaigns. .
b potentates- But we can't spare our stockyards monarchs for any such vile can have but a hazy idea of what heath with the best conditions of to market from Florida, and that A veteran whose near!]

bona is 'purpose. We need them here to feed on us, instead of the blasted Britisher disease means. and a breeder of disease. poverty shipped early in the season brought But better still, rIll a the am
n It is curious to -note that becauseof nothing, practically, to the shipper. It leader. I ,
; +id feeding on them. our stupidity, on 's very industry Feeble-mindedness is a disease condition was green and unfit for the markets. Who In sunshine In, cool
P .V -., may bring poverty. This is illustrated and produces a world of pov- Some shippers were called on to pay Victory or defeat, ">, I anas
by the occupational disease. Until erty. There is no cure for feeblemindedness the freight, and the others got from Had never failed. ;
From the recently society permitted greedto ; it may only be prevented fifteen to fifty cents per box.It -Th. Artli app
; ; : .1[ Cannery I very and there '
5 > force phossy jaw on workmen who ; are only two rational served them right; it wil-Voach thema .
l -EveixTalU t afterward in many Instances became methods for its prevention, neither of' lesson, but still there will be other Authentic records' show that bow
To rear and protect Industries which society will adopt. And so It. fools doing the same thing next year. dens, from a forest fire in the wbf
fe* A':'junk dealer from the middle west had heard that Ford, the auto paupers., one product of which la pov- happens, aa we "blunder on through : This green, worthless stuff is now tops in northern Washington thi eras

IIKT' .. :-manufacturer' used tin can in. the construction of bit car. He gathered up la a queer condition. The prevention love and hunger," that the highest cleaned up for the better fruit, but were carried a distance. of t curt
Br will certainly services of medical science are rejected it has paralyzed the market conditions miles. curt
sauerkraut of phessy Jaw -
i t several1 hundred tomato, and oyster can and sent them to the which prevention la disregarded and disease throughout the north. Volnsia o won
also all the -
'I' Ford along with a that they be made into prevent poverty follow civilization with Its difl
factory request an auto. A week from It, ever County Record. As many as seventy-two' drys
: ,later h. received a Ford by freight and a.check for $9.80 ,by mail Ho had come and tailors lengthening train of degeneracy defectiveness $ kinds of woods are tined In the f
"; too Cigar-makers, printers delinquency and dependency Buffalo, N. Y., fas. a new library facture of umbrella handle can ? H,
W .1 .lent. 10 4 .,;t many are especially afflicted with tubercu- .- _, _".1d builditg. whip in thla- country. '

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ToStdyA ENDEAVOR ... ..... . .'.0 .0 O.O.O.. .O.0 o. '
stately Oa"n"--'l1p on 1 They ,Are Pepular Ewa; Per r . , ,. ripe
A dlrectoir collar of handkerchief''
F1-1JbJ if; fh Over.. the Evening Costume. I 1 There .Elaborate' ,New,Evening Ceetu_. linen with long necktie has end. ornamented -, ana I O.
are' friends who Individually
i : many Qi with drawn work.";: '. n M.GROC'ER1ESr .h i
! ,. will not receive one of our A new high.wing eoUar l. finished
., .--"- I Thanksgiving here it ii A
II me..ce.q
I I with double feathentitched hem. It : :
Chicago,?*I11<.-"Ke.p'='v yours girl. quoted, especially for the editor who has narrow revere ''outlined' with a. ; r

; away from: Chlcag".nThU U the substance have been kind to the 'press depart band of blue-moire ribbon terminating ...-. \ t
11l ''*'. ment this ,
of a.warning Utter,to be sent year. / nq in a bow. '

t over the tountry by.the.. Traveler Aid etc ."I awake this morning with devout A vest made of hand embroidered Free all'Parts; '
r DeHvry
e department<'of the': Chicago 'YoungWOIDe'I tfa b Thanksgiving form friends, the old. pique with high collar ha a piping of atl1I'
, ?Chriitian 'association* >i the new"-(and you). It is from thepen black moire. ; j : Isle
, Difficpltyof. obtaining; employment r of Emerson,year ago but mean* 1 New styled examples of 'heck.ear'' ."r- ; t'rsl, N So

1 KM. augmented ,the danger to :which just what "Secretary -Grace" feel. \ exhibit high closing tucked. front. ; Abe

1 young women' strangers.. !' .in ,the city, November 26. 1914. with two or three inch width side . '
, are exposed Miss Ruth Wyandt State Quiet plaited frill attached. Piles Cured I* 6 to;14 Day .

'Ite "There never was a time in the history Hour leader has issued from her The\high- style conservative collaris ;fo drmlet"ref..drey'11'AZOlDI '' point
of'Chl "' said-Mrs.i Wflhel- home at Lake Magdalene, near Tampa xlt tone to evre Mr eee ef MehlaBI onrr
" ro. f made .
of sheer'batiste: fln.,cobwebby
) or '
I Isn mina Barr secretary of the travelers'aid the most complete winter's course linen pressed into plaits 'and 'Ucetio*>st... .*... aid ...*..- 1'
\' '.to-obtain . of work and study for her departmentever trimmed with fine' lace. flatly attached .' .
elnplojtnent',1or'.trapgs A girls. Ir planned, probably in our state.Later and hung from the middle .of the I
This condition necessarily, Increases we are going to explain it for back of the collar.'

the dangers' to which they are ext the benefit of the reader of our news t ; The ascots JongJJmjnany- '
posed.- papers. It i* good for all Christian, ancld styl The- ship
y ;-are returning. I f
C-Siix classes of .airia ,are named in i even those-not Christian Endeavorert.. aM novelty-of these familiar,looking- neck TIfYGU r: v1

t the lettg -warning"whichrths-or* The last Leesburg Commercial tells) 1C fixings consists of the white foundation tioncrop
k ganitaUfX plans to send to newspa1 of the death of a useful man, Mr. C. collar worn with colored tie and

pen In' the principal cities of the T. Cockran. His daughters Mr. with a frilled rather than with a plain
,. d'
0 country. They are: Henry T. Wrennick, of Leeaburg,.was shirt. .
Girls afflicted with wanderlust. at one time an efficient Endeavor Much of the new organdy neckwearis -. THINKING OF BUILDING A': t.,

Employed girls who seekbetter worker. We extend for the Sunshine not all white. There are Roman ,' :' '

y wages.Immigrants.. department, sympathy to her and the striped corner on some of the collar HOUSE or ,ANY EIND'LETME ; ,

Presbyterian church of Leetburg, In' and cuff of bright printed .colors,-- YOUl
Girls coming to visit relatives or which Dr. Cochran had served faith stripe half an inch wide. : tWva.

friend. whose places of abode they fully foi many years. There 1. much striping of black on ..

do not know. The program committee for Jacksonville collars and vests of organdy. Someof I AM PREPARED TO 'FU2-,
Show girls. and Daytona are busy now the newest things are embroideredin

Runaways.HOUSEHOLD. v. They plan'to make the Tnter-State s? oriental design with red and green NIGH PLANS .AND ESTIMATES ,
0a secretary guest, Mr. Lehmann the i and other colon: r

:.. .... ........ ...... ..: formost speaker but will me home 1 Instead of sewing the high standingruch AT ROCK BOTTOM .
talent also. Mr. Lehmann arrives in I
0Is or collar into the neck of your
0 HINTS. 'Jacksonville early Sunday morning, I dress sew every two or three PRICES. r;- ,
O December 6th. Leaves on Monday I inches along; the facing of the neck- .
...OOOOOO OOO.OOOO..O.OO.. forenoon for Daytona. Tuesday afternoon piece and the corresponding part. at '"
The water rice is cooked in makes he arrives at Sanford in equal distances on the neck of the ,.. oar
time to hold that evening to
a rally dress. w.n.ARNOLD"Contrado.
excellent foundation for
an soup.
South-Central '
which workers of and
made with bib of table
An a
apron Central district are cordially invited. A street in Lyons, Fr.nce-the Rue

dishes.Do oilcloth. is a great saver when washing Wednesday evening, Mr. Lehmannwill de la Republic--I* paved with glass. .. and Builder *, |

not hem a heavy silence cloth, y I meet with South-Western district The blocks are eight inches square ft I

as the hem is apt to make a ridge leaders in the C. E. stronghold,, 3 and so closely fitted that water can- KISSIMMEE FLA.
Thursday he to Jack'sonville between the interstices.
tablecloth. Buttonhole the Tampa. roes( not pass
under the *
. leaving Florida that night Sumner St. Phone 168. 4
124 '
with white darning cotton.A
k.eo cut edges i for Alabama. Georgia State Union London consumes $4,980,000 worthof ..
small of carbonate of sodain KVJIIDI'O W AP.
Suet pinch 1 will have the famous !field man but BATIK AlID text OOWS. kerosene yearly. c
the water in which cabbages are This stunning new evening wrap In of one day, and we have him five times t featly
boiled preserves the color of the vegetable Toe girl who Is planning her gown
brocaded an tin with deep gathered In- as long. Count that among your "
odor I
and lessens unpleasant for the holiday dance way And much
Thanksgiving blessings. Hope
sert of gold lace from shoulder to hips. many
, while boiling.A with I ran go from Kissimmee to 'hear Mr. to please her in this gown of pink '.
oat is It The standing collar 1s
new nutmeg grater square. I Lehmann in Sanford.At satin draped in white net. heavily ,. "
is so made that when the nutmeg bands of skunk. Winter Garden, where we oughtto ; trimmed with silver embroidery.; The .1B. W IPBHHGE HBEHCL. i
. GftER
.A condiment
out.turned the grated comes have C.E work, again the Methodist deep truth girdle Is of cloth of sllrer .. !

CAKEWALK PARTY. are wide-awake. Their Juniors In low wnlsted effect.
fret Always put a cauliflower in plain
There could be had Hallow'een social and among I P'
water so as to draw out any insects.! no more enjoyableway the good things to eat was Sacceuor to Artlmr E. Doncg Age acy s

If) salt is placed in the water left it in kills the than of at spending a ''cakewalk.a "winter When evening sending; pie. Just imagine how popular pumpkin such WILLOW PATTERN PLATES.Old Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Buldmg; Pia.) .. 246
the insects, and they are
out invitations ask sucials must be with the little boys
vegetable. your your guests who attended. HIue and White Design PopularFor ...
to dressed
come to soMe
When boiled and unboiled.boiled eggs get kind of a cake. You will represent be surprisedto The Congregational society at Mt. Decorative Purposes General Insurance Business, represe>i1!"jr tfe< strt>.BgestBd_ ..osReliable <__!.. "
mixed, spin them, and the ones Dora contributed in eight for The old blue and white china that -
how :
learn there ways -
cliss will spin round quite fast, while those many are. various benevolences. Ire the district was so familiar to our grtI11T1tenl'blgh' companies.
s '-'>*vhlch have not been cooked will hardly your guests as they arrive, In favor but treasured
ending with the October convention nowadays, as a '
handing each one a card and pencil. year
We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency
'spin 'round once. at Tavares. They gave a total curiosity. Its soft deep blues or grays
The names of the cakes are to be
Common baking powder is one of guessed and written on the cards, anda of $33.25; also kept up the evening tone well with oak and add a delightful without change-Your patronage is respectfully solicited. tf
d the best remedies' for the removal fine cake be presented to the church services all summer when the note of color to a girl' den. In ral
' $1N and Bind on wet, .and may from
warts corns. number pastor was and accomplished modern reproductions is far
guessing the large away
moisten the soda several times a day. while a cake of be used for many things for the good of the t"ommumty being expensive.The .
I The warts and corns will quickly di.appear. .- the booby prize.soap For may the "cakewalk" in social and other ways old fashioned china has a rime

which will never be credited on their attached to it which runs.thus:
the old game of "going to Jerusa- CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS
To jelly out of a mould with- Play > ;
turn a Serve as kinds of cake secretary's books. Mt. Dora is in .
many Two little bird nyinghigh..,
out breaking it, try rubbing a very as you can for refreshment, with hot Central district, which has several Little veuel' Milling by] -. ,. r
little of the best olive oil on the shape coffee or chocolate if it be a cold night, ,fine, inlustrious societies. Chinese temple, there It stands, 'lr'seem. .. FROM.
.m before pouring In the jelly. If you lemonade or-grapejuice if it b.. mild. GRACE A. TOWNSEND tcr cover all the land. '
another willow NORTHvANt
do this .will never have Weeping bendingo'er NORTHWEST
ofso You may add. salted' peanut If you ..otoo..oo.o.o..oo.OO Little bridges with three or lour >
broken jell.a q care to. : .. Orange tree. with' 'onngei on,
house let the Women '
In ;I'alisadlng all alongAnd '
of the have something to say "Jelly roll" has been' represented by *,- CARE OF TilE LOOKS. a ;
about the family arrangement, number and we.rlng.: bOlster" casel with red -I\ I. the ancient Chinese romance !Dixie-.flyer' -- "Seminole( Limited""Dixie .
zephyr to suggest ly. A jolly OOO.OOCC.OO .OOOOOOOOOOOO told the is that of two long
sire of the closets. They know or Dutch by design '
Fell should know how much housekeeping boy An Dutch elaborate costume costume suggests consist- Have a comfortable bed. Never ago lovers who eloped from an angry Limited" "South Atlantic Limited ., Otta

is simplified when there is plenty of sleep propped with pillows. Lie as father. Ha followed them over a ;- .
atti of white muslin fastened arounda up Jim
Closet ing bridge, and they took a boat. Still, hv
well-arranged closet room. with small s sn
flat as possible, a pillowor Route"
barrel hoop and worn as a hoopskirt, "Montgomery
Ill be ventilated and pursued, and rather than separated
should if possible none at all under the 'head. Never
the drawn a peak covering1the ,.
I top turned themselves into two
windows. In the lovers
f of
lighted by means mountain cake.A sleep with the mouth open. 31.
head, was
of/,. addition every closet in an electrically i white apron had; the bars of the Knitting the brows when readingor birds and flew away. Ire II r fiter Chicago, St Louis, Indianapolis, ana

/" lighted house should have an electric : musical staff printed across it, for a working is a habit certain to produce Louisville, and intermediate points to Jacksonville x xpg ,. '
fitted I Ion
- nf light Have the linen closet border the note C occurring at inter- disfiguring/ lines on the face. ..4.I .

with shelves provided with drop vals. A fringe of peanuts was fas- Heavy hats cause headaches and are ..h' fused'Observation i Cars : = ,,

t Iii fronts; have the fronts hinged by tened along the lower edge. It took very bad for the hair. A hat should For the Children .
e i tb mean. of chains: at the sides held at some time to guess this kind of cake not be worn so tightly on the headas -VIQ-y a

Just the angle to transform the fronts -dough (do) nuts. to exclude all the air. Lack of
offthe Into additional shelf room when they ventilation for the hair is one of the Atlantic Coast LineSTANDARD Pi

t are dropped. causes of baldness. Prince Rupert and
Novelty Toque.The Always file the nails from the cor- Prince May of Teok.Photo [ l
''e th.i O.OOOO OOOOOOO 40.0tO toque of black velvet Illustrated nera toward the center of the nails. I iU"\\
here is made on chic lines, with deeply This tends to make the finger tips I RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH. f

InasA DOMESTIC SCIENCE.e- notched upstanding brim, edaec'fIIL't'D \ slender. It is well to file the nails on KIRKLAND. 5
G. D. A
D. P. A. J.
, the same day every week. A. W.. FRITOT p. ,.

NN 0 NTo Relax the muscles, cultivate a pleas 138 West Bay Street HoteL

ant expression and remember that lips Jacksonvilk..FU.! Tampa.' Fla.
repair a tablecloth, lay it quite which curve upward and smile are irrhr .r. ,. .... "
the hole with a piece .
uaVand cover .
r much attractive than the droop-
of plain Brussels net; tack it on and ing sort.more Y .- JIr'

hat darn with fine flax. Little squares of blotting paper vrj/. '

nails, To revive withered flower'llunce hung in the dress closet, moistenedonce C. A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.-
del 'the stalks in boiling
a a week with perfume, will be
ilf Ylittle them in it till it becomes cold. Then found to be most efficient sachets, for wls1"I

cat about one inch from the ends of the odor seems to permeate and remain The Waters & Carson

the etalb. furniture 1. in the garments longer than
y hav To dean white enameled when the powdered product is used. .
use aeoultion dissolving one ,

,1. rectt tablespoonful .of. soda Ina pint of Polnta in Palmistry. ,,; -,. '..
I Saturate a soft cloth V c ;
warm water Smooth, conical fingers are a sign / Sf I Grocery Company"TOhc
the furniture. :
and wash off
e. Destroy the smell of,paint by plac- of talkativeness and a merry disposi- :

of cold water in the .
pailful" tion.Strong '.
she being painted. knotted fingers show prudence .J'j
whero rooms water nfcht| and morning and capacity.A ..... and Retail.Dealers te '
the ; 'i
handful of palm too slim narrow and feeble ';
ab add a
ind/ when possible indicates instinct without .
'to the water in each pail.Get t. GROCERIES
battleinearlj from the the palm U too large the person 5
bitter apple --- ,
some it I. coarse and animal-like. :,3 Yyl}
druggist' crush and You will find it If the outer joint of the fingers \ by AmerlMui Frees Aa.oolatbs.

ime the nnWmbins be : on record for keeping forms a knot the person ha. well arranged Happy looking little folks these 'I-I tiI

moth( 11from everything, and one ideas. here pictured. Prince Rupert and Princess . . . . . 4 . . . ......... ........r

,.. nslSOKinent* at a minute's notice, The individual who haa knots at May of Teck. are members ey '. '!
can the middle joints of the fingers always of the royal family of Great ,
thet is no smell left by bitter WE SELL: WE KUTi f.a
a. oarsman for and 4 -
has a place everything Britain. Young; America has small HAY .
Are< apple-' color mix a everything in its place. knowledge and little regard for high t HIDES ",'
curtains cream with dull gold lace. A. ornament ,
To tint fansnsped ..
r and another of Intellect belong to knotted fingers; sounding) titles, but across the ocean 4 .
starch GRAIN ,
of velvet out from the
bowl of cream .
the to smooth one. afaount to a great deal The boy!
of the grace TUBS > .
quantity they .
white. Add .a front, held to the crown by a rose of smooth '
person whose fingers are and of .
in th< white before each The PrinceiAlexander daughter FERTILIZERS .. 'ti >
the I'
tonthiof' cream: starch to makes the gold lace. and pointed I* guided whey by inspiration of Teck, who get .' WOOL ,> c
curtain I* ..t.arcbed.Thi.* which and .never,has a reason for his title from Germany. Their mother,' SHINGLES. ___ ;., -,

curtains all the same tons STRANGE BUSINESSES. what he doe. I.I granddaughter of the Duke of Albany . 1,;,* '* 1 .,
would not be the case were. they put Jfl certain parts of England $5 a close attention of ,the i *
Large hands mean a who was one of the IOns i ORANGE BOXES ANDT ."*
rtareh. hundredweight fs paid for green snail ,. .
wG di Urectly into the to minute detail late Queen Victoria of England. And '
nths shells. They are used for inlaid work nails show the owner to be here have lamentable- : :
y Broad we a very
.' 'man dollarnesterday by furniture worker and are also little have friend ORANGE REAPS. : :" A: +
s.s Be-I gave apoor a. button. retiring and gentle, uation. The people : '
and,told .' come ,turned Into ? and relative on both ids. in the war '. .
and know,bow,he was A great many of the ao-caUecI'pt: I now 'But'they are too .. VEGETABLE. : CRATES, COUNTRY. ..,. 4
ironnd let'JM button we'wear ron,our clothes aremade Taking Plrtmres ., Leave being ti M l
tong OD. v / 1 > =; Take-anyieaf, old or young and what a'terrible calamity '. I CRATE .. PRODUCE.: e> <
certain mussels.The .
7sakiikeinroad from mus KAILS,
f o'f :'She-Tbat"'WU ood bf: .e1.'sb.Us .upon reaching,d the 'button pUo it between two pIecM.of,whitepaper. war i.., Princess May"is.. 'eight- .. .; ,.,: :- . .. ,. ;:- .', .... '. : i 0 ." : ....,.;\\1-, "

o'q g 701 ': .upmt'thewaters.that.AnThe : -, >factories are sawed Ante rough blanks .Have the upper paper a'littM and" .per*'brother" seven. i. .. .-f,... ..:.; *.>*...# ..... .,.
'' Be-Yea.tIlOQaethtnE Uke liiht. . .. _' \
this weight .
and.theq tumid a -lathe to damp:; Over plaeo .T'" I ' \0.>
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Soci ty. Notes '$ I I Fabrics Which 'Fashion Ap- 4".OO.O.tO..OOOOO.OO.t.UNION CENTER. .OO.O.0 rIRST'r BAPTIST'-. CHURCH. APALACHICOLABroadway- .

ttle'Bsi11 pr v,.. For Their Construction. Mr.: and Mrs. -Aiex' near spent Sunday Sunday' school 9:45 a. m. 'Preaeh- ,_.

f' 't (M. Harris,. Editor.) with Mrs. Geo. Haye and family ing 11' a. m.- Busy Bees '13. p:. m,'

., Misses Blanche Lawson and Ruth' Preaching service 7 o'clock at night
-- - ngrjfY Apent W.neBdayJ; JKjsslm- Pastor A.' J. Helt preaching at both O: y exs.-
R..1t .. .. a _ ( tescisec .. ... ..
p. e.:_ e-.i:: LT "'-'- C ajgg-i i'fft..' "'j.'j''if'i'.t' ' > >y.r.- Jdl1lt .il:.i1loa('J0d. :.cluiiaUa.q --
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That noise heard toward Science .w
iveitl"ltbl I'.Jitbrfot'-blit'} 9e"tlRre ,.. we over ,- Its Merita and Demerits. r"
., .tJ'o' u_ tdla, . ffO ..e.,4, I.ut 'Mtmit.r'was: uee: +- 8 bj et.* ai "mghtiPersonality" and ',
rJ+ S Tindall with his head In an empty Power of the Devil ... j E -' '- -

I,U . 0 10 1 010 10 10 1 0 1 0+0 1 Of .. salt barrel learning how it sounds to Everybody invited to attend and
rand ', be called "papa." It's a girl of stand- strangers especially welcomed. '
: PYTHIAN SISTERS. other topics for the bet't.rmento ard weight and fineness, born. November CafeWhen <<
cCOM nl tm.rlean s; f t The social meeting of the Pythian .. 16. Mother and babe doing EPISCOPAL CHURCH. ':.
TSiiteri will be held at the home of Since the last convention meeting' nicely and Keat is showing some signsof -
n Mrs.. J. E. Lupfer at No. 215 Verona when the federation made the needs ; S. convalescing: Next Sunday (the first Sunday in '
tan kilost (street, Wednesday December 2, from of the Seminole Indians a part of the 'I Mr. Will Weatherbee and family Advent), there will be holy commun- yon buy Apalaehlcola Oyaterv

[8to5p.m. . conservation, the subject of homes for .... and Mr. and Mrs. Spreng enjoyed a ion at 8 a. m: Morning prayer and here yon are sure of getting ly
"T'hii ii PARTY. these people has been aroused until splendid dinner at Mr. Weatherbee's sermon by the lord bishop_of the ,dio- good, .wlaol....., .atrength-gfrtag
said Mra. CHILDREN'S It la one of the strongest features of \ tiI Sunday.Mr. cese The Rev. Cameron Maim, D. D., I salt
is from
Lenora Van Dun Oysters water.' Wo
Mlsa entertaining -
i tell the ktli 1 Little the federation's work. ; and Mrs. Longnecker and little at' 10:30 a. m. Sunday school,9:30 a.
i thorities to) a number of her her home little This .Is heartily gratifying to Mr. ,r' daughter visited Mr. Lawson and fam- m. Evening prayer and sermon at are prepared to supply yon .fa ,ay
I friends this afternoon in at honor of little on and Mra. Willson, as it is' a philan- ily Sunday afternoon and evening. 7 p. m. W. H. BALL.Priest. Q.anUt7-plnt., .quarts, _or by the
Beaumont avenue, thropic work they have been devoting Miss Nellie Barber visited, her
gallon. Why not some for tonight
S. 0. supper
SOLD Mill Ruth Cam bell, of Hickory, their time to for many years. grandmother, Mrs. McKee, Sunday. LAYMEN'S MEETING. ?

THANKSGIVING DINNER.Mr. Mrs. Willson is anxious that Kis- Messrs. Funk, Dillon, Milliard and .
simmee clubwomen get together and Story are the "Union Centering" who Don't forget the Laymen's meeting Direct Shipments Received Daily
George Lathrop and his sitter join the state federation as it is the are enjoying the hunt this week. We to be held at the usual place next
fUNDlV .entertained Mr. and Mrs. Horace only way to get co-operation and good were unable to procure the names of afternoon at & o'clock.
Boice, Mid Bay, Mr. Van Ducen and results. the rest of the party. Friends, come out to this meeting and The Broadway Cafe:
V . Miss Van Duten at a Thanksgiving .0.
Mrs. bring with
I I Story and niece, Mrs. Jessie someone you. Just a little
Kansas y dinner Thursday.. 0 0 MRS. CADEL, HOSTESS. Smith, spent Saturday at the C. M. exertion on the part of each one at- PHONE 42.
C.Chamt ST. JOHN'S GUILD Mrs. J. S. Cadel was hostess of a Smith home. tending will double or triple the attendance I '
'leged. ageoempahy St. John' guild of the _Episcopal charmingly planned card party Tuesday Mr. Sam Barber visited Mrs. Barber I and it is our duty to see
7 ; church will meet at the home of Mr.. afternoon arraigned for membersof Sunday. She is at the home of their that as many people attend as pos DON'T DELAY TREATING TO JR.
the'mails J , W. J. Sears next Tuesday afternoon, the Five Hundred club and to honor daughter, Mrs. Lassie Folyd and is sible. ___ )
Florida 1 lathe Work that be
improving can accomplished by
December 1 at 8 o'clock. All the her house guest, Miss Inez Cadel, of ) .
fader the church Invited .. Joe Harvey, Everett Smith organization is broad and far- -
ladies of are cordially Washington, D. C.
0 ; The I and Misses Blanche Lawson reaching and should \
we not
goif 1 and Eve- neglectthe ..
to be present.TILANKSGiVING For the occasion the house was A alight cough often become ..
purch.aeswam lyn Smith visited Mrs. Funk Sunday opportunity to do all we can toward -
', Ia PICNIC. beautifully decorated in palms and afternoon.The the upbuilding of the Holy rious, Lungs get congested Bronchial.
The hand-painted tally cards Tubes fill with Your
fin 1910, t roses. Sunday school Is to Kingdom. Come out and assist in mucous. vitality
Misses Maurine DannEthel Gil- and other details of the going pre is You
party were this noble work. reduced. need Dr. Bell's P1n.- .
Ian : Christmas
made acre witcompany' bert, Kathleen Bearden, Marie Boyd, suggestive of the Thanksgiving season I pare the a school house.program It to be decidedto givenat W. H. JONES, Chairman. Tar-Honey. It soothes your irritated;
Mejwrs. Ralph Bearden, Leon Estey, \Mrs. J. W. Sears won the first have "Santa Claus was air passages, loosens mucous and.
of ten Ward aUy and Lauemce Griffin prize, a hand-painted plate, Miss Ca make a plans to spend treat Christmaseve so makes your system resist Colda. Give
'age the iniC5 were a merry party spending the day del received the guest prize, hand- .... with your the Baby and Children Dr. Bell's Pine-
t at Shingle Creak Thursday. Misses painted salt and pepper shakers and .... Tar-Honey. It's guaranteed to help-
an Leitner and Lanyvtofl chaperoned the Miss| Mary Dixon the consolation Really Does Relieve Rheumatism them. Only 26c at your Druggist
?JSftli j party. prime. Delicious refreshments of fruit RARE OPPORTUNITYSix
000 acre .. 0 0 0 salad, saltines cakes and hot choco-
.the,land] I
c 1CAMPING PARTY. late were served. Those present were Everybody who is afflicted with

'ationa j MU e. Alma Griffin Lucy 'Wither- Mr... J. D. Clark, Mrs. L. H. Ingram, --. Rheumatism in any form should by
age' The lasttfi a1L spoon, Marie Huddleston! Louise Mrs. C. H. Allen, Mrs. Bol('., Mrs. all mean; keep a bottle of Sloan's hundred acres of land I
Coambe 'Clark Messrs. Stanley Bullock, Albert Howard Katz, Mrs. J. W. Scars, Mrs. atilT WITH DOUBLE TUV1Q Liniment on hand. The minute you in the beat Fruit and
Bearden, JZveretU: Roberts and Regero, Mrs. Henry Overstreet, Mfl- feel pain or soreness in a joint or TruckI I
lidiamd,' B. )B.; Evans were members of a campIng Sam Ragsdale, Mrs Simpson Misses Broadcloth and are always in muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Lini- lag section of Florida. 10. '

j 'burg t / party down the river for the week In... C.ulllX"lary. } Dixon, turville,-Vir- demand for street serge dresses. but this ment. Do not rub it. Sloan's penetrates acre Grove and 2,000,000 I'
end. The party was chaperoned by pinlH! MiikiHBtMi. A"?'** :Makinson and I
,* -JMV1UIPOLKI e't Mrs. C. Stanford. year there is ever a greater vogue for almost immediately right to the feet of virgin timber. Two ;
Ruby )Ellis, Tak.
? 0 *"" peau de souris, velours de lame and seat of pain, relieving the hot, ten-
I 0 I miles of lake front. Will sell One
the latter now being wovento
TALENT TEA. duvetyn, der, swollen feeling and making the i
.' The members of the Talent Tea of I LAWLER-XOVELL. give As much satisfaction as broad- in tracts or aa a whole. Thia Pai-'l Pill
I comfortable. Get
part a I
the Methodist church were delightfully Of much interest to friends in the cloth itself. land ia growing valuable tben-
entertained Friday afternoon by city was the marriage of :Mr. W. :M. I Ripple ck>th, which looks exactly as bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 more akoEasy.
Mrs. Go Ice and Mrs. Bratton at the Lawler and Miss. Erma Novell which its name implies, hut is actually a cents of any druggist and have it in every day. Now ia the \y' ;

home of: Mrs. Cuice on Park street. occurred in Lakeland this" week. The I smooth weave material, l is being used' the house-against colds, sore and time ta buy. Terms.S. .
Lek ,. The ladies carried their fancyworkand wedding cenmony'a"", solemnized in for many smart models, while woolen :
t' i'eld.d ) the afternoon was very plOas the Lakeland Methodist church at I 5 crape and poplins and even old fashioned swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, I
led 1ng o ; antly spent sewing and chatting. De- o'clock Wednesday. afternoon in the cashmere are seen. This latter sciatica and like ailments. Your I S, GRIFFIN, ORLANDO, FLA.d'Stanford's Dr. Miles'AntiPain
cA ; i licious refreshments of hot chocolate presence of a large guest party of 'I material is splendid for the new military money back if not satisfied, but it does

(; '.loner and cake were served.0 0 0 friends and relatives."" cape.The give almost instant relief. Pillswill
I j'to.a 1 SOCIAL. The bride was attended by :Miss" Dot gown of black satin, which is I I
const) !. /LEAGUE Bates of Lakeland as'maid of honor illustrated, has n double tuniced skirt, t -- help they
of the Senior you as.
far n The members Epworth ahd five little tots who served as !, with bodice of black fabric fur, builton I I Ij
*,'. \. League were of delightfully Miss Helen entertainedat Jones on ushers, .flwt'r girls and ring bearer. | lines which suggest the basque. have Helped others.Good .
the home H. Y. Keith of Tallahassee was the The vest is of white chiffon.
otru ,'Knmett) street last Friday evening- for all kinds of pain.
2f irroom's best man and the bride's i
di.trl The following program was rendered: father, Capt. Novell, her [ Used to relieve Neuralgia.; Headache -
1 and Vocal solo, Miss Laura Thomas; readrinv. Harld"BuK A color scheme of white and awa.1) AMERICAN MECHANICS j I I : Nervousness, Rheumatism,
violin solo. -
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MlslP.rn\ in all the details of the
ll duet; Misses prevailed 1 Sciatica Kidney Pains, Lumbago, .,.
r.hled r. instrument wed-I 'I
tiff ; ding. White chrysanthemums, Locomotor Ataxia Backache .r.
Lillian Prentls and Helen Bass. ; Trading a.1 ferns were effectively used, PASS RESOLUTIONS I .
Miss Lottie Lawler; reading Harold ; elaborate decoration of the church Stomachache, Carsickness, Irri-
es Butza. Talks from the districtsecretary Now tability and for pain in any partof
land; Miss Eliza Wright, of Or- auditorium.The I the body.
brad!!' 'wore a Russian travelingsuit 'tIn Junior Order of United Amer- .
ltd lando, and Rev Lawler, on the league ) plush trimmings to upholdthe "I have used Dr. :MII.' Antl-PUm
] bi of :lrN'n with plaid ican Mechanics are pledged
work much enjoyed. Delicious Mlle when troubled with headache,
were very
bouquet school
shower system.
and carried a American public
7; refreshments of hot chocolate ( ia the time to get and and that one pill Inralllblj \
ThS Her hat wasa time should look your I
of Hlies of the valley. At the present we effect rHIf In a very short ttm t
and cake were! served. black velvet creation orna- the interest of our county schoolsby
becoming to I am con.hll'ral.>ly affected with n.euralglo. -
*" WILLRONDECLINED mented with a bird of paradise.Miss knowing how each candidate standson ;i I In the head at time, and '
MUS. } Bates' gown was a green chiffon the school subject As there are WINTER SUITS find the Anti-Pain nil* of ..muchben.n.
; eSunday'i'fatnpa
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containedthe over white satifi. She carried an several candidates offering their' services The Dr. Miles' 'RemedlMare
Tribune of white Chry.anthe.mums. I for the office of superintendentof S beyond comparison and I recommend j
following notice of Mrs. Willson arm bouquet them to all my' friends." ?.
"Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson, oflCl..immee'l The little girls' wore white public Instruction we would like to OEDROH COIXJATW.m 'J
v'Is of the prominent frocks and chrysanthemums put the following questions for their Oakland Bt., Baa Antonio, Tex. ,
was one
Miss Leah I consideration and shall expect each
1 1 feder- Previous to the ceremony
I, visitors to Lakeland during the of them to state At all druafll'tt. k5 doses 23e. a !
P the honor of Duke of Pnlntka, sang "O PromiseM and every one
She had ,
:> ?,t ation meeting. the and William Novell "I Love You through the two home papers their / handle the famous brand of MILES MEDICAL CO., Clkhirt. Incl.GRAYSTONE.
1. having her name placed on nominating ,
I '* card for vice-president at Truly." views onthese questions.Are I ii SCHLOSS BROTHERS Clothing ,

large. but gracefully declined to allow Immediately after the ceremony Mr. you in favor school of adding industrial to the ( ) _ _ they come in all sizes,
brief visit Osceola High an
be used for the and Mrs. Lawler left for a
her to nominating -
name be better styles and fabrics cut to
the if
to Kissim- branch, that pupils may -
n. i platform. The subject which to Tampa, then they came I
to take the duties of pub- 6t and built to THEY
Ih I.f always comes to mind when one thinksof mee and are guests of his parents prepared up ,\ wear. f
p S .) Mrs. Willson is 'The Seminoles of Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Lawler for a few lic life after leaving school ? I ARE CHEAPER became they

:7'tJ ,. Florida. This I is the title of her book davs. They will reside in Ft. Myers. Are its you in school favor books of the and state furnish printing wear longer _ _ _ _ _ _
I and it I. in the interest of these peo- Rev.. and Mrs. Lawler and Miss g. own THE
it ple that Mrs. Willson has devoted Lola and Lottie Lawler went to Lakeland ing them free to the school children ? PRICES RANGE FROM $
the wed- Under circumstances would you
most of her time during the pant several Wednesday" to witness any influence to appoint a RomanRoman 1 f *
use your 4
through her efforts -
Mainly ding.
years. Catholic teacher to teach our
' w 'tea this subject is receiving and interest.a great Records in the Chinese language for free public schools? If so state what 'V $15 tO $25
o yea decree of enthusiasm 0 have greatly increased these circumstances might be. *. W. THMMM, htp. I. D. WITH, Up.
is t ,: use in phonographs 4 _
;:: :'M
IIedt i in Would a competent u
; KISSIMMEE CLUBWOMEN the sales in a music store you oppose
SIIOULD JOIN FEDERATION. China. The natives do not understandthe teacher, holding a second grade certificate !- I COME AND EXAMINE THEM Open Year Round |
1A1'tro Mrs. J. M. Walloon jr., attendedthe foreign music and prefer their as a teacher in the primary

b .9 Florida Federation of Women's own language on records. department of the Osceola High I QUEEN QUALITY ..HOES, $2 50| to $4 50
clubs in Lakeland last week and reports school TWhen ,
thjukest Wet.... Shoe made--____
ft.1 beijan teachers for this
an ideal convention. Women Flowers are more fragrant when appointing -
F ,R.1{ representing clubs from all over the the ..uni.. not shining on them, according county are you in favor of giving TH LORSHEIM, $5 00

I. \1; state were in attendance and the pencils to a French scientist, because home teachers preference? And would a WI..' Shoe___________________________________ .
S ,\i and notebook. in evidence showed the oils that produce the perfume are you use your influence with the coun- Malaria or Chills & Fever
: raul? ,a1t' that "it message to Garcia" would forced out by the water pressure in ty school board to that effect? DOUGLAS SHOE $3.50
1 be coining to home clubs. Every the plant cells and this is diminished Are you willing -to devote your entire Known from Coast to Coast for style and durability_.___ Prescription No.686 U prepared. .
for help and time to school interests of the for MALARIA .
M li yk' phase of uplift comes up by sunlight. or CHILLS" rCVKR.Fire
In.plratlon-child welfare, mothers' county? or six doec* will break ease and
Th 4f pension., civic work, library extension, There are 500 golf clubs within F. H. LAWSON, H. C. STANFORD CO. If taken then .. a tonic the Fnerm not
4 flop charities, tuberculosis sanitariums twenty-five miles of London, with an G. D. BOONE, ntura. It acts on the U.... basest thsa
to in 'F c! 1 bird protection, home economics, and aggregate membership of 100,000. Committee. Calomel sad doea'oot gripe otstckeo. 2Se

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",,, .T 1KSiA4MEEVALLEY, CA2CTTE" .' H A.< W. Carter of Orlando,' is t- ,Mr.. Frank. Estey
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for .
............ : .. to the St. Cloud growers.enlarged
Published Every Friday By ...... .. s-:)::I foih _".. .-"-- hl Meiaoers.., ...... ..,;

*. + 'W .. HARRIS.HT The Vlrtnold is the player 'piano 'have visited here previous seasons < '
':: that doesnt get. out of fix. R. IHYTitt. and have many,friends. ,Uvdelr. Ceetvme. WheeeLJnee iN by a number v mem, miw--

... .. ...t .... ..... ... 'B Among ihe northern.. arrivals last 1 Suggest. the
Huffman week were Mrs. E. C. Starrett and (Continued from Page OneO
Miss Mona of. DftYenport, members to the beard at control -
waa the guest of Miss Cecelia Over- frivfn heron, Carl. They made the trip I merit of'expresa'sent) from this Po nt .from(this Hst.>' ,The swo etlon'

!wFoPQ4.rFollowing ""' flbrteaafcgftTi: .frnM. iwKrr MUIJSVI-In-a Ifuditan MnriTiirDon't ,Mrtb. .!8ectAtly[ ufmn voted that the president appaint these
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,-t... ". . ._ -. w. w* * HIIU WUII4I*V0r -the..Sugar :ti.j- :---- .
, are the daily ternperatures Lakeland' are visiting' Mrs., Wai-ing's ; fail to"call"'at WildersJStudio } tended for movement north that night .
and precipitation as [ mother, Mrs. B. M. Pham., .. ; and see the fine display) of photos., All were allowed to remain on the local troy all members of' the board of con
until next As of a meeting to be held ia the city .
platform day.
Jones the latest in. president
'TV. H. styles mounting 'and
attended the
reported by the Government Sunday ;
; folders.. of the Growers' association be hall Saturday morning at 1:80 o'clock.'
'Just the thing( to give
rtatioa at Tierf-. Who convention in Tampa. this your A the assoeiatioerwaa <
fOP the friend for a Christmas present.,, 48-81 made complaint about this delay and regular meeting
week ending Nov. 26, 191(. I after correspondence on the subjectMr. announced for next-: SatardyiDecember .J i
M' *. -and Mrs.; Red.' of Lincoln, Whittier people in 'town this week .' Wolfe assured him 'that be WM 6, at the same hoon.. i

. Friday _- __ .:..60 43 Neb, arrivals in the for' court and looking after other sending instructions to the local officeto ., "'8. .1' IiJ.
Eradicating "Beauty SpotI.
camreeto wIWt business matters were L. D. Drawdy.
handle all inch hipmenta without .
Saturday ____59 80 havtng spend the winter the
her slater W. R. Godwin Chas. Starling Burl delay' S. "Beauty spots' are names given'
Sunday .._ u. __72 40 Mrs. Ira Weatherbce.Uttle.'Hlss Yates, Henry Savage and Deputy. Official Stasjp. to the disfiguring little ,blemlabewy

Monday _. ,..768 Alva Falkner who 'has Sheriff Julian Mentadoca. la order to get the name of the which seem to play ba'oe'wlth'eom-".:.", '
Men 'attending -school at Eagle Lake association before the buying public plexiona at this season the'year., .v
Tuesday' _.73 Bl "
-- Ab Wright of Okeechobee look- 'thai'apimples
Let it be und.rmoed
came 'home to spend Thanksgiving and to advertise Oaeeola clearly
I Wednesday .. ._71 55 t with'her mother, Mrs R. B. Savage. Ing after business matters in Kissim nets the growers i agreed upon a.oft'iclal . are not caused by'.fo.ty,, 4
Thursday<< .. ,_.79, S8Tf1E mee this week. Mr. Wright; recently stamp, and voted to hare one damp, dry hot or in fact, any Otb'Ij'1'.
'Mr. 'and Mrs. C. Will ef lakeland: moved from Bassenger to Okeechobee hundred stencils of same made.' This kind.of, weather, but.make their'ap-. d
.. ...... .... ....,....., were.lIlton In the city Wednesday and, thlnkrthat: place has bright tamp if to be designed a. a circle pearance In direct connection with'ss'th :
night, en route to St. Cloud to spend future before it. with the name "O eeola County Fruit unsatisfactory' condition of*the)' blood 'XII

': Thanksgiving with his mother. Among' the St..Cloud people attendIng and Truck Growers Association" set or. digestion. or" th. general health.-J' r'" J,1,

LOCAL : 'ltr J. A.Rewins is -at home again court this week have been Judge around the circle and "KJsslmmee, .I
i' ffflD.III :1 association will this : nopoin
after spending the bummer with S. D. Decker, J. C. Klrkwood. Sam use rtamp on
FlaV in the center. Members of the
friends and relatives in Atkinson: Brammar H. W. Bartlett, ClyJ. Edwards "
Can. R H. Bass,' Ackias F. Bass, their produce shipped out. ; on
I'll I 1111 II 111111111 I-ill D. G. Perry L. W. Farris, A. J. Sim- Strawberry Crop. VERIBESTaadLtoana
Among the Okeechobee -people i In monds and Oscar Shnmonds.Mr. A discussion on shipping'facilitiesfor 260
.. H. Bfokaw with Tariffing Brothers , the 'city on- court duty this week were this season's strawberry crop :
th e tree people. fO-tf $ethel Sloan Peter Ranlerson and and Mrs.: James T. Nelson, Miss brought_attention to the fact that to
M. Ra lenon. Hazel Nelson and TCr. Frank Nelson date no arrangement had been made 1 : Pok, .15c
Miss Be. Mesmley .continues her of Winthrop MaL, who have'a win- for the necessary refrigerator crates. ) aadLtoanafeck '..-e.. [ship
'visit-with friends hi 'O 'Ian lo. Eugene Bryan returned Sunday ter residence *t Daytona, spent wResau DYa.s. These must .be supplied from' some-,. svy
Hazleleaf I from a three weeks' business trip to Thanksgiving in the city as the guests The boudoir costume shown here is where or the crop cant be moved and fancy ,
Wilbur of "Passenger,. Jacksonville and points in the cotton of Col. and Mrs. F. A. Lincoln. Mrs. one of the most comfortable of the from present Indications it is going to I . 'lriah'Pot&toee'. .,2'. I c' .. Lion
speift Thursday in fire
Cypress field boxen for sale comfortable skirt suggests trousers. It waste. There are at least twenty st ei
Osceola Lumber cheap. Florida climate has no terrors for Mrs. Diadamm C. Wheeler, who re- is worn with a little Turkish jacket. acres of strawberries in the vicinity S te.tlltist
& Furniture Co. 29-tf
: the Mallet & Davis piano-it's beauti- cently returned from Ohio, where she The costume is of white ratine and around Kissimmee and figuring on the Taylor's J

Dan Whiddeo, oT "Bassenger, is attending ful tone will last.. See R. DeWitt spent the summer, has leased Mrs. crepe de chine over peachblow silk. low average of 2,600 quarts to the
court. Brown. Cul 'a home at 221 Church street and The collar of white satin is decoratedwith ,. acre there will be 60,000 quarts to ,
will conduct "home" boarding place. appliqued roses in pink. ship because the home market can be ,"
Pat Johnson made a business 'tripto J. J. Richards returned last week Mrs. Wheeler has returned to residein Cubist is the given to supplied from the numerous little J
name a
Arcadia the flirt of the week. e several from Luxora weeks, Ark.looking, where after he business spent Kissimmee permanently new negligee gown that is a sort of glorified patches not included in this count. K

W. W. Clark Of Campbell: Station matters. Rev. C. M. Brittain of Lake City kimono. It is in white crepe de chine President Aultman agreed to serve ,
a.'a committee of to what
was in the city on business Tuesday. was greeting his many friends in Kis- with a wide band of antique lace insertion one see :
R H. Alderman and Mr. and Mrs. simmee Monday. Mr. Brittain is a at the hem and tassels from could be done towards securing these For'Sale: i
DeWilton Alderman motored from the points of the refrigerator crates In time for the demand -
5 or 6 doses 666 case up former pastor of the Baptist churchat drapery. Fascinating -
of Fever or Chills. Price 25 cente. Bassenger this week for a several this place and always receives a caps to match come with the and to report his findings to i,
the board of control this week.St. order settle
days visit.Edgar cordial welcome on his occasional visits gown. In to an eetat*- .
M. D. Tindall 'oY Norcoossee was a here. Cloud Repre ented." lot 16&61 feet OR South Brack',
business visitor of the week. Katz Walter Nelson, Bar- St. Cloud was represented at the street near.Park street with a ,
tow Dutton and Fred Ban have Rev. C. G. Keown one of our regu- meeting Saturday by H. W. Illman mall shack of a house., : fCOMP/
Mr R. D. Fuller of Winterhaven; returned from a several days hunting lar winter visitors, accompanied by who gave a very Interesting talk on The property.has brick paved,
was in the city shopping Tues tay. trip on the prairies. v his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and BARBARIC ELEGANCE.Milady organization and co-operation.: .street cement sidewalk .........-:
W. A. Drawdy of Whittier was in Mrs. Brumhalfer, arrived In the city Illman is a new resident of ace and waterconnect: ,--., .
and Mrs. J. W Johnson of 'Mr.1
Mr. from Ind. this week having come from the state of ;
the ,
city Indianapolis I the ofth. *
Wears Skin
PRICE 8500.00.Will .
Whittier were among the out of spend the winter enjoying our fine ington less than two ntonths ago
Mr and Mrs. If E. Hailey spent town people in Kissimmee the past climate. King of the Jungle.I he says all the hound dogs In give terms if necessary,. .
last Saturday in Tampa shopping.Will few days. I I state couldn't scare him away now '.
I Mr. and "Mrs William Taylor, of that he's here. He is enthusiastic over I J. M. W1LLSON, JR. .
Walker, of Bassenger, has been Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weaver formerly Plain City, Ohio arrived in the city the organization of the -growers and s
I attending courtthis week. Miss Joe Berta Bryan are expected Saturday to spend the winter. Mr. brought the assurance that St. Cloud .Beset
home from their wedding trip on and Mrs. induced '!
Taylor were to come would organize an active working
Cypress field foxes for sate cheap. Saturday.See to Kissimmee through reading the Gazette branch of the association at once. He

Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf the very newest hats from New and hope to have several of their' expressed the opinion that only by ;

" I 1 S M. T. Tindall and John Baisden were York at Miss Bandy's next Tuesday, Ohio friends join them here before organization can the anY enUt.fed I I SEED 'POTATpES'
Whittier visitors in the city this week. December 1, at prices that will uiteyerybody' the season is over. the things they want are rsead '
pocketbook.There I to, and his suggestion that federal I drown on'thn rnfrffil hills of Bleu:.,*.
R L. Roberts, of Miami has been N. F. Patterson, an attorney of control of the means of transportationwould bm County-abost IfOO f..t above pea,
spending the weekhere on business. l is nothing that would be appreciated Pineville, Ky., who spent a winter solve many of the farmers'1]' UV'U VR'EJII &IBBA8B."t: >l ,
here several ears ago, writes to a and FROM:
more by your friends thana problems caused unexpected hear
L. of St. Cloud spent 'friend that since that time he has Strong HardProllflo varletUa Olver P
Sharp, nice photo of yourself, and Wilder'sStudio ty applause. them a trial bend for Catalogue.WALKER .. .
fi: t ...-- .Wednesday in the city.M. is the place to set them. 48-51 been in California and found that it The association extended a vote of SEED POTATO FAR",
was not nearly the country Florida thanks to Mr. Illman for his talk and]]I Bex P. AY_ ......., C..atyla..Y.. j
W. Simmons of Whittier was Those wanting photos for Christmas is. adding, "In fact I like Florida .
in town Thursday on business.S. will please call early so as togive much the best in everyway." ...-- '
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us time to finish them. Wilder's J. Scriber of St. Cloud was hereon Studio. 48-5-1 Mr. Philo E. Green, of Birmingham : ,
business Wednesday. Ala. and Rev. J. V. Albert on.

Thursday Miss Broom,. of Orlando Charles Naid arrived this week from of DeLanJ, Fla., both field workers in .
visited in the city. Springfield Minn., and will spend the the Sunday school department of the.
winter looking after his young grove Presbyterian church are holding an I J"
J. G. Harvey of Union Center just north of the city. innstitute in the Presbyterian church '' .
i spent Tuesday m town.. -Kissimmee today to which the Sun- S 5 .
Miss "Virginia Tiller, who 'has been day school workers of the city- have .
and W. E. Under
bill W.Bassenger P. Underhill people in town. : attending the State College for Women all been invited.., (aStJhu Xmas .I, ; ,. , ,' ,., ..
came home Wednesday on accountof ;," ; io < : --
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Estey arrivedin "
Lawrence Partin of Center Park, sickness. ', '. : : : <.f \' '
.. the from West \ ; .
city yesterday
; spent Tuesday hi the city. The Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann'D.-D.. Branch, Mich., _to spend the winter. -Jast a.n nth<;off x ''< : "

Mrs. Grace A. Duryea iof 'Davenport the bishop of the diocese, will preach They shipped their car through toJacksonville I C d: AI.'i"\ij 1 ' t(,!.. rjI/i '
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was a visitor in the city earlyin .t the Episcopal church Sunday morn- and drove down from ' W-J- VJJ
the week. ing, next. that city. Mr. and Mrs. Estey'' have Befolb'the Xmas 1i.h..wben everyone .isj;nervous.'f I

spent several seasons in Kissimmeeand high-strung, store crowded clerks busy'stocks depleted.',
Mrs. Kulp went up"to Palatka Wednesday Reed's label bread l is just like mother have a large number of friends ;e iLin.1
Thanksgiving with used to bake. Try it and be sure here who will them cordial Is it idea *
to spend give a NOW- not a good to plan sod execute your
It carries the .
her son, Ray.G. welcome. Xmas purchases. If it'* jewelry you want well be, dad lAP),

H. Chenoworth and family have and colored velvet neckbandsand : Me srs. D F. Simpson and Joe advise and assist you in any way. t for .trill
arrived from Ravenswood W. 'va., to necklaces with bead pendants, are Beadle of Glrdnerlville. Ky.. arrivedin '. If.'I ,
spend the winter. extremely popular. See them at The Kissimmee Wednesday to spend the
Embroidery Shop. It winter.. Mr. Simpson is a brother of C. A. COLE I'
The Stetson University Glee club Capt. J. A. Simpson of Kissimmee, The JewelerNext 31.
Friends will to learn that A. .
is the attraction at the casino Satur- with whom he hue spent the past fouror andonM
S. Nelson is still confined to his home
five and has friends door Citizen Bank .
winters many to
because of illness. Mr. Nelson has
day.J. .
here who will him cordial wel- /
F. O'Berry and his son, J. A. been ill three weeks. give a i Phone 289 ,
O'Berry of Whittier have been in come.
week business trip. The label on Reed's Home bakery l
this on a
Miami .. .
I bread stands f.r purity. Use only Calgary is the largest city between :ot

Cary D. Landis. ex-state attorney label bread.-48-tf. Winnipeg and Vancouver. i J: P
is down from DeLand attending cir- 4i.
r suit court. Mrs. James M. Johnson, in company Cuba is to seek additional American .. '
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hugh markets for sugar tobacco leaf and
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Minor of Apop- Reese, of Orlando, spent Thanksgiving cigars, bee products and hides 4NC
']ra, were among the recent visitors in at Chulnota. ,
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the city. At Loughman's annual Thanksgiving SOUR, ACID STOMACHS. 004 4

Factory to your home saves you turkey raffle Miss Ethel Hall of GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach .
that piano. See Ktssimmee, was the proud .winner ofa -,,
15.00Lott large gobbler raised by John M. "Pape' Dia pepsin" Digests 8000 T10BB SEX OOAX. .
Gasser. grains food ending all stomach: .
Mrs. Stella D.negan has returned .
from Newcastle, Ind., to spend the Judge Thornton of Ohio, arrived misery in fire mlnvtes. Barbaric elegance is suggested by .
winter here. Tuesday to spend the winter in Kis the very smart coat of tiger skin here :
simmee. Judge Thornton will be remembered -I Time itl! In five minutes all stom- pictured. The high collar wide belt. Thank You .. .
FOR RENT-Two three-room flats as one of last winter's aeh distress will go. No Indigestion, and sloped line of the wrap are all : 5-- "
with modern conv3n ences. Apply at visitors. heartburn, sourness or belching of on the most advanced lines. .

the Gazette office.N. Miss Eliza Wright, of Orlando district gas acid or eructations of undigestedFood Fur and velvet coats are of voluminous ,

A. Hunt of Rosalie Fla., was secretary of the Epworth league no dizziness, bloating foul proportions. TH* long fur coat : ;,
registered at the Manhattan Wednesday was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman breath or headache. is always more interesting In appearance .
Pane's- Diapepsin is noted foe its that the short And V
one. early
while in the offi-
city an :
: on.
cial visit to the local leagues recently.Mr. .speed in regulating upset stomachs models with wide flaring skirts We heartily tfcaak. die people. Kissfarae far tie KWalpstroaafe

Attorney Lewis O'Bryan and J. C. It is the surest, quickest stomach rem- often edged with a contrasting fur, they have gives Ike Parlor Market We tan rn'e
Ledbetter spent Monday in St. Cloud and Mrs. Geo. O. Deen of edy in the whole world and besides it are especially luxurious looking. : <
on ba lnesa. Nashville,*Mich., have arrived to spend Is harmless. Put an end to stomach Some of the new evening cloaks are tried oar best te please yea--te jive yes Lewd feeds al !;

Orlando attor- 'the winter in Kissimmee> and are oc- trouble forever by getting Diapepeen made of velvet or velours and are cut 1...*. prices sad tkls wiD always ,..... the tied pegcy.f .'
Victor an cupying their handsome winter resi- ifty-cent case of Pape's on very generous line.
) ne7, has been attending court here dence on Emmett street.. from any drug store. You realize in ear neat.and grocery dares r

this week. five minutes how needless it is to safer Dudley England, is to have a new ,
Miss Inez Cadell who has been visiting
Mrs. D. C. Thompson of St. Cloud her brother S. J. Cadell for- stomach from indigestion disorder. It dyspepsia I the quickest or any, town half to cost 195000. For the Xmas HolidaysWe .
in the city with Mr. ks 4'
three weeks left
Tuesday the
spent past Wednesday surest and most harmless stomach New Yorkers will establish a 10- ;
and Mrs. J. W. Thompson. for her home in '
night Washington
Miss Elizabeth Thompson has been District of Columbia. doctor in .the wo ld. OOfl-acre dairy farm in Tennessee. are goiaf .. Make as) extra: bard alert to sapply y..' I

Cloud with with everytUaf aeed fer the Cfcrisbaa:: ,
spending the week in St. More people are using Reed's home : yea Merry keBdayttad

relatives. bakery bread every day. There's a The BUSINESS COURSE at STETSON at prices that wiD please. Ceaieaadiee.H. .

Mrs M. E. Brown of St. Cloud was reason. Try .it and satisfy yourself. ,.
recently in the city on a business and 8-tf. WINTER ,TKRM b irln* January. Tuition |9 a month. Individual In
struction br college graduates e
pleasure trip. Rev. W. B. Witherspoon has been in L A Commvrela.1 Course embracing Bookkeeping, Business Arithmetic. + v
Tampa this week, attending the Sun Commercial Law Penmanship.. Business English Rapid Calculation Office
a A piano ia a lifetime investmentGet day school convention. At Tuesday Practice.. Spelling.IL **-*\ Parlor Market a
a good. one from R. DeWitt afternoon's. session he delivered an Auditing An, Advertising.Advanced Commercial- Course embracing Advanced Bookkeeping, -' !

Brown. address on "The Cost and Profit of III, A special Banking Coarse. .. \ .
and Della Sunday School,Work." IV. A Shorthand Course .mbraeID.-B.nD Plttman Stenograph. Touch . <'...; ..,. < ",\.. ,, :

Saga Misses, of St.Ethel Cloud Burtner spent Sunday. in j Syd,Pearce, of'Baa.enger a former Typewriting A Manufacturing, Business Letter Co.lie ...Writing.- Spelling. .. T.BA-SS* ., J froa. .':<< '; ::1.1,(' .;r,
member of the board of county commissioners 'Vi..A Department of B..I.... Administration leadfag to '.. Ph. B. Degree t *A L :' ''','.'3
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;city la the College of Liberal Arts. ( .I'. '
several in ,
days 9
spent ,
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Send for catalogue of" Stetson College oi ,cOt,;: ."... 1 ', '
"" \\fJ BfH7" is:at. home, again 'city this \week. 'MrIPearcVa many Art. BUSHCBBV .... ) .' .J .
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r-1 LBXJB. College of law School of TeehnoTogr. School of Music, School ef Fine At; .;""
. ',alter a weeks yisitftaAtlanta, friends here regret'to' learn:that'he Arts DoMt-BaI.D" and et .School Tea. JJI... Address STETSON. UWIVKB-. r .T' ', ,, ..', ,'f ': .. ;;4 _ _. .. ;'J '
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910,00* fOX ZOO WORDS we should never"have learned ok the Meantime, In the library of the.! have a few as you already.know..Bui the. "makings.: -Sa -fate .urged..him
"Tn Million Iii Mrstery"tory girl's existence.. there's-yawr-afgu- Hargreave" house, Florence and Jim I'111'goandmake this manrServan al to step into -the nearest tobacconist's": : CHRISTMAS [
.$1 will. .weeks run for lo tw.rityOfl.outi this paper..'
arrangement" .with the 'Tan.. "Perhaps you are right. But with par.r.'I'll. |I and if this man is the same one, something passed over the silver .. .
tn? sdfr ou..r Film company It baa -be.n all that we have not played the game wager" said Jim, "the water of importance may turn up. 1 1I 1 Brains and hjs companions saw Nor- I It would take *. whole page,,to I '

fl.q MacI Hade possible this not only but to also read to with any degree. of nesse." . washed all the writing away.; Tbeflre I,! shall. want you somewhere about. ton enter the shop It agreed with tell you aU about th.. varied ,
tmru.idccotding tee the It story...cb In week the Orey.tnne "Bah!". Brains lit a cigarette and I does not seem to do any good. We'llI Here Ill let you have this letter. Re- their plans perfectly. The tobacconist -
of smoked I I it out and cold happened to be affiliated with the line of Gift Goods we'carry.
Saslno. For tbs solution this nervously.; can't even get turn it over' to Jones Jonesll find away member heat'brings
:1 1 Bystery *story 10.M will .. rid' of that meddling reporter. l'sha. I to solve it. Trust him." i I air makes it vanish. Now I'll go up order. So they hurried into the shop. Send for our booklet "Helpful I '

American i ( ".n. OOVERN1NCT. .. been as much to blame -lor our "What are you two chattering j I for a moment to see how that poorgirl Jim instantly; realized that he was in Hints for Christmas Shopper"
ling to attn .CONDITIONS. CONTEST. TH1B failures as either Jones or Hargreavo.I I about?" asked Susan who was arranging -i is getting along. We are lucky; a.trap. .. r. .
imnklss by/ Tbe prlss of I10.00S will b. won admit that in his case I judged has some flowers on the table. there's no gainsaying that." "Hew can I get out of here?" he TAMPA PHOTO & ART

I stockings.This ,V the roan woman or child who tily. I believed him to be just an 'cretl," said Jim, smiling. |I "You're a clever man, Jones," said whispered to the tobacconist.The SUPPLY COMPANY
is vrltes the moM acceptable solu- ordinary newspaper man, and he was "Humph! latter smiled. "I have to obey I

said Mrs. J< loa he last of the two m".t.rfrom reels of motion whish plo- clever >enough'to' lull my suspicions.But Susan puttered about for a few minutes Jim.Jones turned upon him his face these gentlemen- don't know what 314 Twiggu SU, Tanp v.,Fla...
call .the at ore drama will b. mad. and th. I'm going to get him Olga even longer, then crossed to the re- ,grave. The two men' looked steadilyinto they want you for; but if I made a
thoriUes to, sat two chapters of' the .story If I have to resort to ordinary gunman ception room, intending to go up- ;, each other's eyes. Jones was move to help you I should find my I
rltun by Harold UaeOrath.elatlons tricks. If there's any final reckon stairs. At that moment the maid was first to turn aside his glance as he own throat cut without saving yours. .

raahoasar Film may corporation bo sent ,to...tb.rt tae ing, by the LordVHarry, he shan't get admitting a messenger with a basket; had something to conceal and Jim "The devil!I" ALEWJ
SOLD: Cbloaro or Hw York.. any a chance in the witness stand." of fruit. '' i had nothing. Jim made a dash for the rear door t
t DMBB te .l...Pt. Jaa-t mark' ... '.- 'And I begin to think that that little -I "For Miss Hargreave," said he. He When the ambulance took the tortured to find it locked. Even as he lumbldwith ;; (QB1AATTORNEY

rat OJ'later mast than bear that postoKIe date,. s ThisJlsws chit of a girl has-been hoodwink- gave the basket to the maid touched Susan away, Jones addressed the key; Braine and his companIons .
UNOI & fear weeks after. the first '' ing me all along.:. By the way, did his cap awkwardly, and swung on his 1 Florence gravely."I flung'' themselves upon the reporter AT LAWSPECIALIZING of .ths. list film. th.reeases I' ;you find out what that letter said !" heel, closing the door behind him. He am going out and so is Mr. Nor- and overpowered him.
three weeks
I '' )a.t chapter and is tinbllahsd after la this$!. she asked'" after a paus. was in a hurry to deliver another ton. Do not leave the house; not even "Ah. my friend Brains! he said. -
h;".'.Kansas,..I paper', la which to submit solu- "Letter What letter?" message. if you have a telephone call from me "My -friend Norton! jeered the.v,. >c- IN .

| CoChambleged IU- She sprang from her chair. "Do' "0, what lovely; fruit!" cried, or Norton. Both of us. will return; sodon't tor."And ABSTRACT .*..
age A board which ef three of tb.Jadcee IIOlu.I !'wlUdeterrolae .: you mean to say that they have not pausing. "I'm going to steal 0,41., let anything bother or confuse what do you want; some
many told about th.U" Olga became she l.ughedShe; selected a peach peaches?"
.'company, I tloas received' Is tbs most aooept. you you. AND
I1 the'' mails able. Ths JndnasBt of this board greatly excited. and began eating it on the way up to' "I promise," said Florence, struggling "A paper, my; friend, a little sheet
}Florida *will be .-.ol.t. and naaL..i-Noth- "Expla1 ," he said. her room. with a sob. of paper with invisible writing on it. TITLE WORK

\the feder 'Lithe__of....a..literary la the nature-. seIsI wlU n.' ' "Why, I was at the garden day before . The maid passed on into the lib- Jones went downstairs again, paused We promise to give you something in
The ,''riven aay preference In tbs eeleo- ; and a man approached I rary. by a'window as if cogitating, and exchange for it. . VelUrd.Y"
lUoa .of The the last winner. two of...the.1.. 110.000'prise. which I was Miss Hargreave. j|I "What's this?" inquired Florence suddenly threw it up and looked "What?" asked Jim with as much . .0. .. . ... . 00 .> . ..
( swamp ] a..;tWill give the moat acceptable so-: Becoming at once suspicious that ; as the maid held out the basket She abroad. A'rustle among the lilacs nonchalance as he could assume.. .
In 1910, .tlon to the myatery. will fee pre'seated something very important was about j'I. selected a peach and was about to set caused a smile to flit across his! face. "Life." FOR RENT OR SALE.Fiveroom f
IB ths theaters having thisfoaturs to happen I signified that I was Miss I her white teeth into it when Jim in- So they had sent some one to learn "Search," Isaid Jim. "You won't
made an acre Iprodoes I as..m.soon. as Tha It Is story practical oorre'spoBdlar to. Hargreave. The man slipped a paper terposed. the effect of the poison ? Or to follow object to mw' smoking?" He began to plastered house, furnished
1' to these notion pictures) into my hand and hurried off. I tooka "Wait a moment, dear." Florence him should he leave the house ? roll a cigarette while they passed! over or unfurnished; on rood
Twill appear In. the newspapers. eoln- quick glance at it and was dum- lowered the peach. Jim turned to the He retired to the kitchen and gav him. lie Struck a match and the street, good neighborhood easy
onW:. etdotallr.of or ths.. soon pictures after as tb.praoIGoal. epIpaaraBoe -- founded to find it utterly blank of maid. "Who sent it?" some explicit orders to the chef orders pleasant aroma of tobacco floated terms. Ask Mrs. Summers.IStranger.

$66 With. the last two reels will writing. At first I thought some joke "I don't know sir. A messenger which did not in any way referto about his head. .
an ibe shown the .pictures ef-ths wincor. had been played on me, then I chancedto brought it, saying it was for Miss cooking. Then Jones and the reporter "He's got it on him somewhere. I
piotV 000 acre his.or. 'her.a.u.home..... and It I.otb.rt.rsstin understood In-- remember the invisible ink let- Jlargreave." left the house, each quite aware saw him take it. He's got his nerve
land that the newspapera. so far ten you always wrote me. Under "Let me see if there is a card." that they were being followed. Near with him." :
'aUonS the ofl.last 1 las practical. In prlntln ths last standing that you were to visit the But Jim searched in vain for the card the Blank hotel they separated in or- The cigarette glowed. Jim smoked
of tho by Barlold -
] two i MoOrath.chapters will also story show. a plo- cave in the morning, I had one man of the donor. At once all his. suspicions der to confuse the stalker. He might hurriedly.
ago Etui[ s of ths snoeeasful contestant.f at the garden take the note. And you arose. "Don't touch them. Bet- dodder and follow the wrong man. Butit Through every pocket they went. are YOU LOOKING for a :1-
Solution to tha ,worl. must. never got it!" ter let the maid throw them out. Fruit was! evident that this time he had The contents of his wallet lay scat .,'
CbamtaIStamV than 100 long.hors
.[not b.are more some questions to be "Some one shall pay for this care- from unknown persons; might not be been ordered to follow Jones; for he tered about his feet; bin watch dangled -
kept, In. mind In connection *ith I lessness. I'll call up Vroon and Jackson the Healthiest thing in the world." entered the hotel a minute after Jones. from the chain. The cigarette FARM
burg 1 :'tho mrstery as an Aid to a ..olu'U..I' at once. Wait just a moment." "What do you think ?" M-eantime a second spy whom i grew shorter and shorter. Suddenly

1 louderPOLK, Jrq" J_What ....- af the He went to the telephone. A low "That in all probability it is poi Jones! had not seen, had observed. the I one of the men stretched out a hand 1 either large or small? If so, '
t; .$Ull......' muttering conversation took place. soned. But there's no need trying to transfer of the invisible writing and' and whisked the cigarette from Jim's 1:
N'.. S.-What, ....._ of th* Olija could hear little or none of it. prove my theory right or wrong. Ask had immediately informed Braine, I lips. lie threw it to the floor and t
_.. _W... does JI'I........ When Braine put the receiver back Jones. He'll tell you to throw them who was not far away. That his poisoned '.stamped out the coal." I I Ask
.......,.f on the hook his face was not pleasant away." fruit had stricken down an outRider "I thought so!" he exclaimed hold
We. 4-What ....- ef the Mas- to see."That "Horrible !" Florence shuddered. troubled him not at all. But : ing out the scrap of burnt p per towards Mrs. Summers
I.'... aaaateaaf connected cither direct- 'girl !" "But they do not want to poison me. that mysterious message he meant to Braine. : \ [

fly Nobody or' Indirectly. .with "The Million "What now ?" I'm too valuable. They want me have; It might l be a life and death The words "Dear Hargreave" were
.. Dollar. Mystery" wll b. oonsldered "It seems she had been out horse alive." affair it might be a clew to the treasure all that remained of the message. 608 Penfield SU, one block
Laic Es a con t..tat. back riding that morning. She had "Who can say ?" returned Jim or the whereabouts of Harffreave. With a snarl of rage Braine whipped -, west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde, ) !
eid.d seen one of the boys cross the field glomily. "They may have learned Thus while only one man followed out his revolver. the 2nd avenue west of court-
$ tne 0 nvorvif .r PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. and suddenly .disappear; and she was that they cannot beat us, no matter Jones several kept a far eye on Jim. "I will give you one minute to tell : house leading south).
cir r curious to' learn what had become of what card they turn u. I may be Jones scribbled hiM name on a blahk me what that paper contained." 1 ,
slona .*.. .,. H.r......".. ...111........ after him. With her usual luck she stumbled wrong, but take my advice and throw card and had it taken to the Russian's "And after that minute is up ?" ,c- *4 O + '6'SUILBUftOCK.. . .
toad ........1_. e gape (... the .>. of "
on to' the method of opening them away. _ Good Lord what's room. The page eyed that card; cu- "A bullet in your stomach.
.' t thloTMl kaewa
'constj : flack-.g .:: =) lives the I He of a door of the cave and went in. She that?" startled. riously. It was different from any- Quick as a flash Jim's hand shot
,r ttn Mae* f.. .lah "jar' moats. B....... leader of the didn't have much time though/, as the "0, Miss Florence!" exclaimed the corner were written three or four gave it a wrench and brought it down
r it-*.H.oret Ms, Kawlaar.. sseapes Hmlao,.... will. I boys came up to await me. Evidently maid terror stricken as! she recalled words which resembled a cross! between savagely upon Braine's head. Then
I struc ... she crawled into that old cheat and "Miss took he reversed it and backed
rai hi'OBio h y a ball .. _r. vecapwrttrs Susan's act. Susan a Hebrew and Greek. toward the
r dtitr1 N :.. a letter .. the rtrl.elshtea .. in-some inexplicable manner purloined peael from the basket and was eating "Humph!" muttered the boy. front, entrance.

and laos-air aPl left: .. tho years._before...t.. hir h.. the letter from Jackson's pocket. on H tike way to her room!" "Whadda y'know about that? Chicken "Au revoir, till we meet again gen- REAL ESTATE

C cttat .....t..... FI....._ Gray. That They left to reconnoiter; and it was Good )heavens! gasped Jim. "1 scratches; but I guess the bell rings! tlemen!" m.......m..............
p''II......... ale* ...._ then that Jackson discovered his loss. was right. The fruit was poisoned." Roosian. On your way Hortense," he (To Be Continued.)
:. .5 th. book bat It .. repartee thatslrappee When'' Florence heard them returning Jim had head enough to send for a cried to the hall maid who wanted to INSURANCEExamination

.l 'tborliif 1 ea h. eaeaped late 4h la* wa.sos p.vrhea......the.... I she jumped into the well. And lived specialist he knew. The specialist arrived look at the card. When the boy returned Sonora Calderon wife of the Bolivian -
k ed ca .iroae* ...rt..._ from the ,,lrl.' through that tunnel! The devil is in about twenty minutes after Su to Jones. he said: "Up t' th' minister to the United States, of Titles
lan hcoL ..Caaateaa Olsra. Bra...'. eaaelaa Itl"! san's first cry. To his keen eye it ..oom. sir. He'll see yuh!" The boy gave up a medical profession for that

; : ttva.-..Ttelta* her Block....l.....1.1'T" ..-... her ae a* "Or out of it, since we consider Shim looked like a certain poison which had kept the little silver salver extended of diplomacy. Specialty.

a... ef ....... FI._._ a tarscetr our friend." for its basis the venom of the cobra. expectantly but Jones went past apparently -
l their .tC.,,". -T..,.-... after the ) "And I had her in my hands, note "Will she live?" without noticing the hint.

t' ( j. jpo hSoe.Car,.Bra.._.Tha.. their Black leader llaaerrd, sets, and alll" "O-yes. Bttt she'll be a wreck for- The Russian was standing by a N o. ixixtySix1 :CorresDondence Solicited..

... a ....... af Bttaaipts f..... Saa t. "But with., all that water there will some .montha. Send her ,to the hospital -i window when Jones knocked and 'was II
I Brleeoat .. ....... th* Harareav not be any writing left on the letter." where T can visit her, frequent bidden to enter This is a prescription prepared especially I
i. ... ........ a Beirepaper -.. '"Invisible ink generally indelible lYe And I'll take that peach along "You are not Hargreave." for ,MALARIA or CHILLS eV FEVER.-
Tbs QubrtM That DOM Not-Affsct TIle ..... \
tr lark ..ahv.....*..tha a ' laras at( I I and impervious to the action of water; ,for. analysts. No police affair?" "Neither I are you the Russian minIster Fire or six dotes will break any case, sadIf BeceuM of IU toale and laxative eflect LAXATIVE '
I........ery" .ef th. h.. f real. ta. sea at least thejdnd I use is. I'd give a "No. We dar, not call them in,"I of police" urbanely. taken then as a tonic the Fever will not BROMO QDININB i I. bettcrthaa ordinary .
a _II... sad .f Its ......aeatre- thousand for a sight of that letter." said Jim. "Who are ?" return. It acts on tho liver better then Quinine end doe not cenee nervovvneae nor'
-. t*. 1k. bt*Bt .f th. .... ..* hely be worth million" you Calomel and does rlorlDB In bead. Kemnnbrr. the fall name end
." '" eeauarialeat the fart tobe. "And it might a "That's youaffair. I'll send down "I am Hargreave's confidential not gripe or sicken. 2So look SoT the licnmture of B. W. OROVB. zsc.L .
*, A ....._.. bx .. plaat*. *)alev Olga suggested. the ambulance. Keep her quiet. She'll I I man, sir.!' The two men eyed each
eared by the ..... feat kef ereavtats 'Not the least doubt of it in my have species of paralysis but that'll I ,- -, .
; i other - ---- -- --
....... a cautiously. . . . . . . . . . . ._ .. . . ....
are la* bzrdtoriraely mind. old girl it does look as if under the A "
disappears.riadlBr Olga, work off treatment. I "You speak Russian ? . . . . . . . . . - .
hlBie*!* .k.ekated at *vryra. my star was growing dim. We'll strange business." "No. I am able to scribble a few
Brala. adavra t. eaeaeah ...' never get our hands on that million.I "So it is," agreed Jim Rrimly. words; that is all."
,tryrsav* haaehie IB the law' !. *r. feel it in my hones. So let's settle Florence knelt beside her fri md's The Russian lit a cigarette and

I r. t*tlBMly srala .fro,_"aieeeaa...,. af I.tha th*plot heae by*. down to a campaign of revenge, with- bed and cried softly. smoked leisurely. He was, in no hurry. FOR SALEBeautiful
Pr,.. th.<..11.* at th. heel .f out any furbelows. I want to twist "You called me just in time. An "No, I am not the minister; but I
.4 5 pack sad emIts la a raid *a th* Hargreave's heart before the game hour later nothing would have saved am his accredited agent. I am empowered
.. *. .
neades aaa .ivaleh hewever. "
.Tea t. a. harra af .....1... winds up. her. She would have been paralyzedfor to bring back to Russia a I
.:. . ra. Black Haadred arla t* fear "You wish really to injure W ? life." I' man who is known here by the name well-built five-room bungalow modern prettied dining
; irtea aad plea ta diepeee af .1_ "I do not wish to injure her. Far the doctor the
Jim accompanied to of Braine, another by- the name of room in town ; two fireplaces. screened-in back porch. large front porch.
.. .
ra' th* siBBtlvd .1. shows his from it," he replied, smiling evilly. door. and went in search of Jones. He Vroon and who calls herselfa
ad hy reaealBST Nartaet Sal .efeatlasittrala large lot north and front. Beautiful vieW of the lake. House
-a., "You want her _ dead? whispered found the taciturn butler eyeing the countess and unfortunately is one. :I east

w I SJU and CecBBteaa Olgm plaa a Olga, paling. fruit basket, his face gray and drawn All I desire is some damaging .proof nicely furnished.

L t ,ye&ls rtasT Narta atteatpt at a _t* *.eaptar... ball srtveai iciareae by* "Exactly. I want her dead. nothing Andso though his eyes blazed with fury. against them that they are outlawsin Twenty-acre truck and grain farm less than two miles from city

laeeee _..I.".. They defeat theirCadetill' if all my efforts here come to "Poison!I" this country. The rest will be limits splendid land, about four acres in high state of cultivation and': '*' so shall Hargreave's. His mil "A pretty bad poison, too," said simple."
; A thM _I'*. listed haaktaa lions will become waste paper to him. Jim. 'We can't do anything. We've "They have all three taken out na- fenced. Come, let us introduce you to the owner"with} whom you can

iol_L .*..*.*.......alllr.j: ...their hiding That's revenge. The Persian peach just got to sit stilL But in the end turalization papers." deal-direct. Best of reasons for selling.

tb *cT By .haBa J ....** dlerVers a.av. meth d." we'll get them.' That she devil _ -" The Russian waved his hand airily. Five acres of land on the hard road one-quarter mile from the
.**fcy>t h.,BlackBaadred...: iV "Poison T You shall notl You shall "No, my; friend; that he devil. The "Once they are in Russia those documents -
......... by saeanhera .. the ..... not kill her!" vehemently."No. woman Is mad over him and would will to light.This city limits, excellent: orange land fine place (or excellent suburban
& .. never come
: _Ie a.-.A.. 1_... a If I must in ths- end go to home. Price $325.
so mt.rloa. which it ... commit any crime at his bidding. But man Braine,'It has been learned has
....*_'I.pser her father eafetyi* ) a.dProat prison,'.. be it; but I refuse to dieIn this is his work. We want him. He long been in the way of Prussia and PINEDALE-We have a number of five-acre lots in Pinedale.

.15&n %. us wIsh t. ._...1' seeare. th* . ths-chair." .....n't without courage to send this has given the general staff of ,that the logical place for suburban homes. Lands high and dry. beautiful I
1- .... "Very well then. We shan't killher fruit knowing that I would instantly country plans of our frontier
r 'i : ..; .' but we'll make'her wish she was suspect the sender. Yet, I have no fortifications.many I do not know what view of the town and lake. .

. In& t. : "ttt,; ; ,CHAPTER XX.. | dead. I'Vwas 'CIn11 trying to see how deflnits ... I could not hold him any one of the three looks like. Thatis We have seven acres one-quarter mile from city limits; five acres

. ze v. Braine Tries Another1:-r WeapOsuWhat far you I would1 go. The basket of in court hi law. Re will have boughtthe why I sought Hargreave." cleared and in cultivation fenced good deep well two acres not fully

. c07 I I want now" said n he >paced the living room of the I is poisoned. No man in the country a basket shop. have injectedthe you," said Jones, .rubbing his hands GROVE PROPERTY rich hammock
thanI Forty land
:- acres and
know mere about subtle poisons poison himself when alone. Poor that he greatly two
to i rtment of the countess, "Is ..- together, a sign was ;
: dla iA Ive been checkmated enough, .do. Have I not written books on Susan! That messenger was without pleased."That. one-half miles from railway town about four acres large bearing

A ro playing with us." the subject?" ironically.; doubt some one over whom he holds will be very good of you, Iam orange trees good land for excellent grove and farming.. Cheap at
[due x nothing new" she replied "And they will trace" it back to you"I the threat of the death chair. That's sure," in a rumbling but perfectly -
beginning' in a straight line, she warned. tile he works." $3,500.One
Ing.; "At the I warn- way; legible English.
,,A. j ; ,1'never liked this affair!- will not have It." Jim tramped the room while Jones "And suddenly all three will disappear hundred sixty acres of land five miles from railway station
hor ) J r you the first two or three failures. "I can go elsewhere," he replied carried the fruit to the kitchen. The ?" located on lake fine fishing and hunting. Good neighborhood OB

: Eat you would' bays your way. You coldly. butler returned after a while. "Suddenly; and you may believe methat R. F. D. route and telephone line, good school two miles from good
snted at that early date; "You would leave met" "What about that blank sheet of pa. from that time on they'll be
0 revenge ; moment cross my; will," store; five acres in high stafe of cultivation all under fence and cross- .
"The ;yon ?
; I cannot see that you've gone for per heard of never more. v.
I .rd. Has it. ever occurred to you emphatically.It ; "It has to be dipped into a solution "All this sounds- extremely agreeable fences Splendid pasture, new four-room house good barer, well j

:'f tt the organization may be getting became her turn to pace. Torn ; after that ;you can head by heating to me. Mr. Hargreave will be fanning implements and sugar mill go. with the place. About seven

", toot v' They depend solely upon betweenher love of the man and the I have already dipped it into the hear that his long enforced acres of orange and grapefruit trees. Great fortune can be built ...
her in the face.she up .
c.0h danger which stared solution. The moment the heat leaves to end. .
invention, and each'time 'yournventlon hiding will soon come an this
distracted.AU on place in citrus fruit and trucking. Also fine land for
baa resulted in touching was for the time being the sheetthe writing disappears again. "All you have to do, sir, is to point sugar cane <
; thlng'butfs0'....... the time he watched her with The ink is waterproof. I'llihow you." them out to me." where syrup can be made and sold to big ,rofit. We want to show

i I I "Tbanksl"! : .. malevolent curiosityknowing that hisvtl in Jones got a candle from the mantle, "It may; take a week or ten days." you this place and give you all the particulars. Can be sold at encouraging ,- .'

% ."O,. .1 am Dot >bidlng you. IVe the end she would concur with lit it, and held the sheet of paper very "My; government has waited for price on favorable terms of payment. .
' pWnL"Very close to the flame. Gradually almost this.delectable trio.
iled 'too. ; to gather in ,
.oral ,-Ai.. you turning against me tmanded be well," she said finally; "but imperceptiby; letters began to form on A month If you like." Three thousand acre ranch located less than one block from rail-// I,' .

-2 bitterly. .' listen; we shall be found out. Never the blank sheet. At length the message "The sooner the better. I shall call way depot convenient to county seat town well improved and some t. ;

Ev ( -Do 17, : actions point that way; ?" doubt that. Your revenge* will cost us was complete. this evening after dinner.' We shall : stock at bargain price. Favorable terms. ...
Talt .COUItO1d. No. Bpt: the lOOn both our lives. I feel It. "Dear Hargreave The Russian begin with Mr. Braine; and generally All kinds of Florida homes and investments full !
\ view WIUBw has paaaed! 'the' mote .u.. .i "Dab,!Ii The lawwill have no hand minister'ef police Is at the Blank hotel where he .is I. the woman. Vroon. particulars to "
rtened I grow. It'.has 'been. a.... In my end f' I,a]ways carry a pellet; under the name of Henri Servan. He will be the most difficult." : interested parties.NELSoN.

fit.bUDd alley; ;;?aad all wed .! hare and that png of yours will suffice a I. Investigating-the work of the Black "After dinner then since you know .'
i .' .
I out regiment She will not die. She will Hundred this free There is .. tJ\! .f) "' "" ,
,in doing; is knocldnr in country.and can some of his. haunts. a :
Jean... ,now.that aU fUr msielyJwcome: a kind paralytic; the you from their vengeance If you supply -ward." :
;.N due to one,mistake': kind that can 'move a little but not the evideDeII needed." Jones laughed shortly; "Keep it REALTYO; : ; :

r ?1what the tUril. .is thatt.. he enough always. wheeled about In'chair. a .?Now. what. evidence.. can he want?" yourself, "sir. Mr. Hargreave would : ;: I
** Ill bring in the peaches rosy asked Jim. willingly'double'whatever'' this reward ,
T;toytob much of a hurry at and !downy. On. bit. after a given v Such as will 1rovs Braine an undesirable is to,eliminate these despicable jreatures : nt'stI 1irtcre ge-q ,s-s ': e .
prepared time, will do the trick. If they suspect citizen.1 :
Hrgr.av ; affairs! .,
from"bJ. rt"Thanks. !
and throw hem out we have lost '0 f And 'the .";<' ;- ,t :1 EARSTATEBANK1kISSIMMEE1Fu: :
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I had not act.dqur a.b&v lOtfemessenger. butth.peatesAustsd -"" "Qu1e r.paek'hIm off to Russia. While this conversation was taking : '
will them to the Har- where he *T*' -- ;f -s n, .Htuna, .
carry ,
.'-started .auccsufu onS. place: Norton idled about; and feeling i-; i -
again. Sad that sjMayvliouM. And thin well, .iii't .-. "Who sent this .message.1! the craving for a cigarette prepared -
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Column ForwanllUBPOBTS o . .a anJ'

; .. .. Investigation of Florida ON CITRUS. CANKER


,FOROMNcE$1FLORIDA FROM. TIlE ADVANCING STATE P'Teaa'ot peopl/< The department of agriculture has
f) 'OF FLORIDA.. thousands of who better cattle in Missouri ,than can Information that disease 4" ,
.or have to a dangerous
gone Europe every winter f.rwwinw be found in Florida.. .
of citrus.plants known as the citrus
\ CITRUS, SHIPMENTS.Can can not so along favorite All these things are scarce here, canker may be introduced at any"time a; .
: playgrounds the MedUterranean
and need We need
development. more, United citrus
Into the States with
:,, moved last week; .......... '780 this winter and must, of producers; more .home-maker*. We stock, bad 'scions seeds;nuivaery .
-- 1 >' tmm sideestablish necessity,.flnd a playground for wine need farmers 'who will and dejreteg. or
weeJi betet at..,- .. come This disease ha already been FootPinkJ1ahed
Plant New
tor snnrtn sniUIftsjurgs..R n.theAiner.Florida ' Florida To the nun with the brought to this country, apparently on .

Jacksonville FUu-: :There ti a'little grades, furnish plans -ant{ offers .eyythingthat" they develop W the 0" =II'If!"'" &&&* .

better demand for citrus, fruit, this specification, and submit estimate of have: ever found along the Mediterranean portunitU that no other state offers. Ion eata of the UnitedbState Q'\R .wt"

.f :! .:;:j!te55-; ,-:* eekNorU seem eost'of paving streets And-jconstruet and; much they have. nasal Come to Florida this winter. .' Come latter including '
_ =. .*--leanfiigg'upjamlt-ar-the-quality: "" of log $mwer.ystenwlrLH' I ... tN.... ..IQ ..... -- ,... Florida the_ state" most

s' '...l K..lYi1M9tte.'tI Ior""the -W.'It"1ftdJ1'll lgtbM.gas;1' S. thousand, ot... !9JC Q!. r.l....Kropo ., ..prd'bab17' 1IZ le. LktPZ .x
demand is greater, Let week 127 ven and others are 'reported-promot' its coast, both:in '.At.lanticanQ G lf 'I"i mad. to (tout;' .
,4 -of-grapefruit and [658 ears of ing erection of-clubhouse.Miami. .- .waters, there are the finest oppostunities -. stamp ,apse e.l4 *Iew. 55 e.
oranges went forward.' Then were known-for boating,-yachting FLORIDA A CATTLE .. In.view.of the tremendous value I of 60.1t.lalw. u.t
-To *
4\,.nly fifty-four cart more fruit moved .-Goo, W. Pfeiffer; architect,, and all kinds 'of water sports andleasure. the citrus development In the United '
last week than the week'pnvlouu but prepared plans for boat construction .., Those who have visited States, and the very serious -possibilities a-i }IY 1O.f .
oranges. constituted a much larger shop in Alton Beach subdivision; 100X the Mediterranean and have also been BREEDING 'STATE of this and other citrus diseases, k wkYpubI.sYYe.buatw
60 feet; concrete. foundation; one it becomes the of the ftUJ
percentage.< yachting and cruising in Florida waters secretary /arra.r_ state
The demand for fruit Is particularly)' story and loft;; cost $6,300. express the opinion that this of agriculture to consider the advisability w tu 1a serif.:. 1.j.wtss.aa.d4

good in western markets and both Manatee;-City, Chas. J., Majory, water is better than that across the ; Heretofore almost the entire,, beef of.restricting or prohibiting wk iii. .' 'm

. westernand' .eastern market are mayor, will construct complete. ,waterworks sea. Certainly it is! safer this year. i. pply Hof, the United:States: was the the importation ,of, citrus nursery i
bowing much better ,.. ... This ; .bonds, $38,000. Inland in.Florida there Ii'ro'much' cattle reared on the prairie ranges of stock, buds, ..eiorra'or seeds'from, b.s.r..u..ttkwpC s. t

week an increased packing force Was Fort Pierce.-Sunrise Fruit com more to interest the tourist, and entertain the west from the borders of Mexicoto foreign countries.II : 'Royal Palm ServiiA ofF'
put on to supply the Thanksgiving panycapital stock $60,000, incorporatJ. -, him, than there 1st'across the / Under section 7 of the Plant Quart
emand. It is shown more and more : president, John A.*Barnes; vice Atlantic. There is no finer sport in the Canadian frontier.: As the pop- entice Act of August 20, 1912, a public M rI l.s haul:d 1.1.1 N.
.every year that good fruit will bring, president, Thome F. Koblegard; secKetary -: the world than the fishing In Florida's ulation of the country has grown and hearing will be held at the de U tit* Mnk* d.p.eta..t'seat,. .,.ber.cSIye a..55tb

reasonable prices on almost every Geo. E. White; treasurer, Oscar inland streams and lakes, and hunting the demand for meat has proportionately agriculture, Washington, .bwl.tal, ..d as
market if properly packed. There Is Nelson, all of Weston, W. Va. over her hammocks. All kinds of fish Increased this supply has been D.C.'at'10' clock on December 8, eraraM tat t*m.>.,as. pl.adrp.d d
powWi ewlMtktr > s.r
particularly wide difference this Milton -$anta Rosa county com- abound; all kinds of game are ready 1914 in order that all persona interested a ink srwim.
season between well colored and well mlsillOnerl :will construct two steel I for .the sportsman's gun. found to be Inadequate, thus formingone' may have an opportunity to appear .,rd..i. .OfMM.*tl B9MM >
Sacked fruit and, the cull junk that traffic drawbridges; one over Black- Accommodations at Florida hotels of .the principal. factors in the and be heard concerning the establishment; c..r" i.U r f> III
sent out by some shippers.A water river at Milton and one across are so vastly superior to accommodations high cost of living. of a quarantine on all citrus use f ore
prominent-distributor of this city Escambia river near Chumuckla Min in Mediterranean countries, that On account of the scarcity of water nursery stock, buds, scions or New{;.Royal Palm

claims that there is fully $1 differencein eral Springs, F'a.Pensacola. there l$T>o comparison. and the excessive heatof the southern seeds, coming to the United States. A twar ci the table .1 asl | no*
the price per box between a box .-Jas. E. Plew and A. B. Every person seeking the best climate ranges and the blizzards of those Kor.l pda N.t.u..1510. n pointlor
of good citrus fruit, well colored and McCoid, Chicago purchased 20.000 in the world, and the best opportunities lying further north; It is estimatedthat The Brigand. nlimbl act taut Mi k.apt.dats-.rp..y boot a on t

palatable and the inferior stock which acres near Pensacola; plan to clear for winter sports and win- at least 6 per cent. of all the Pullman Porter'-"Boss, yo' sho am M 51155 Icy ..IoM. b. H.'Mit
has been moved in large quantities." ter pleasures should come to Florida Teas how to pls.s trM o*
land, erect fences and houses, colonize, stock bred on the open ranges die be. w 250 i
Shippers look for an advance inV this winter. Jacksonville is within a'' for ,attain marketable dusty. ar'op.ras4Ma .
they a age. tut book that groesr.
price all along the- thelineduring -etc.Wauchula..-.-First, National bank-4s day and night's ride of the great population -,. Besides the causes that we have Passenger (re.l&'ft8dly-OCWellyol1( 5.4 horn b.Ud.r turn man a < 1Tao..
next two weeks as the cool weather approved; capital $50,000. C. J. Carl- centers-of Wie United States, mentioned, predatory animals aid in may brush, off.about a nickel's worth.Don't ." wltkoM. Wo< to ft.. on toBEASONER ' '

t lately has materially helped to color ton, Albert Carlton, C. S. Carlton J. and there are trains with most luxurious thinning out the herds, and poisonous BROTH ship
and sweeten the fruit. It is believed W. Earnest and W. D. Mclnnis. This appointments in and out at almost plants add to the mortality. The cattle vy
there will be a good demand for the succeeds the private bank of Carlton every hour of the day and night., are subject to various diseases 211 Are.; ONeOO.r Th. ;.
Thanksgiving trade. It is understoodthat & Carlton. Tens of thousands of people who that are unknown in more favored Fail To Read r ation

shipments are light from California Miami.-Primitive Baptist church have never come to Florida are com- sections. The of
and. this also will materiallyhelp Rev. W. II. Henry, pastor, is erecting ing tbis winter. Already they are securing stock to marketable expense age is enhanced ThisAm best
the Florida shippers. There building; frame, 34x50- feet. railroad, steamship and hotel and the returns from the -money in-
probably will be over 1,000 cars of Pensacola. East Hill Baptist accommodations. There has never beena vested are correspondingly ..diminished.
oranges moved this week as reports church has plan by Alfred & Alfred, season when there were so many offering this most unusual bar-

from almost every northern marketare box 271, Pensacola, for building; 42x bookings ahead for the winter season. In these facts lies the'south's opportunity gain in orange and grapefruit property
to the effect that well colored and 91 feet; mill construction; vulcanite Florida will be better 1 prepared to en- and in a higher degree thanin showing fine income. Twentyacres
well packed fruit will find ready sale asphalt shingle roof; hot water heat; tertain her guests this season than other states, that of Florida. The best hammock land close to
at fair prices.-The Packer.VEGETABLES. electric lighting ever before, and those who come will of and transportation and brick highway
our are
Bunnell.-I. I. Moody is interestedin I be so delighted that they will never grasses luxuriant all the ranges year around; thereare (authorized). About 900 large bear st tti,

plans to construct drainage canal; again want to go to the Mediterranean never such droughts in summeras ing trees; present crop estimated at
ci Hi r length 18 miles; width seventyfivefeet and her greases and garlic, and to endanger the lives of the cattle 1,500 boxes oranges, 800 !boxes grape
; depth, four feet; from its west her long lonesomeness, weeks from nor is there ever such a degree of coldas fruit. Five acres in cultivation out LIMF'we
end two canals are to extend laterally home, and entirely out of touch to make them uncomfortable; "water side grove; no buddings. Price,
each being four miles long, thirty home ties and business ties in Amer. in a thousand lakes and watercourses $7.600, crop included, provided quick '
feet wide and four feet deep. ca. is always abundant and there Sale. Terms liberal. Crop would go '
GOING NORTHJacksonville For the homeseeker Florida has long way' toward first payment; or,
Miami.-Odd poration organized! with $15,000 capital more to offer than any other country cattle and disease is at a. minimumand : $7,000 cash. M C

stock; will erect building:! on Eighth under the !' I'u There are approximately may with prudent care be entirely fists: M Otker tisiisTtwworrteMM.MMtt West
Fla.-Vegetables are street and Avenue G;; three stories; 27,000,000 acres or land tnat; is obliterated.The I Frank H. DavisApopka afhowr ....
moving quite freely from different: I lower floor for two stores; second I tillable, and can be made productive, cost of taking care of cattle is erred br UM t.eaderfry oa.
In Florida: Of this vast amount,less Porter' AatlMptto HMlIu. OU. It
for third floor for far
story apartments; far less in Florida than in the
points in the state. From Sanford than 10 cent. is in cultivation. Fla. I I 1 u..__u-.,a1.1
and the Manatee section lettuce is, lodge rooms; cost about 10000. per west, and of feeding them for market; ,.
rolling in carlots. The first ship- Detroit.-Florida East Coast rail There isn t an acre of it that is over in fact they need no special feedingin
ments of eggplants from Sanford sold way will erect freight depot and 100 miles from water transportation.There most seasons as they are nearly
in New York for $2.25 to $2.50 per warehouse. is land in Florida today than producing always in condition on the ranges. ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME., .,

crate and prospects for higher pricesare Clearwater.-City council accepted more corn per acre any Cattle yield a bigger return upon w. 4.d n.. II-.r asa..7.a.t u.S' mat ..15.v.rr
plans to remodel municipal dock at land in the famous corn belt of Illi the capital invested in them in Florida p..4. Ow !!- .. mot OTIfcleh _W WILL MOT'JSL T_
good. Western markets also are foot of Cleveland street; bettermentswill nois. There is land producing twelve than anywhere else in the world. .. tao .-... .__titr. ..... ............ w. mea.tsetse ..10aJ7P
good on eggplants and lettuce, as homegrown the include building of reinforced crops of alfalfa a year. There is landprodueinl' Many large fortunes have been made panxtowi "'ir, sad 5.< MttotevttoebO A.k mN', .
cold snap has destroyed many .a.plw I* t.daq.
concrete pier extending 850 feet Into two good crops of potatoes from our scrub cattle on the ranges v
of lettuce vegetables.moved this About week fifty from cars the bay to dock, on which is two-story i every year. -There is land producingtwo of the southern counties. Only a weekor BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY,, '

Sanford section *" pavilion; second floor of pavilion for good crops, one of corn or'pota- two ago we read of one man sellinghis D...... "-C. OCALA. 7'L01U& :.
The Plant City shipments are Increasing dance hall; railed walks on each side tables or other crops. There is potato stock running in a single countyfor
and about fourteen cars moved of pier; estimated cost 7000. tables or other crps. There is potato $76,000 in cash, leaving him many
Fort Pierce (; has had land producing many bushels and as
last week. Prices continue to hold -City surveys thousand head elsewhere. .. .
made J. B. good quality potatoes per acre, as the "
earlier by McCrary Co., of At-
the mark the
up .to set by lanta, for fill and seawall along river land in the famous Greely section of THICK, GLOSSY HAIR OATSAND.
the fact that
shipments despite larger
front; contemplates wall extending Colorado. There is land producingmore FREE FROM DANDRUFFGirls .
quantities of vegetables are now mov-
tobacco and better tobacco than
from mouth of canal to south boundary
ing. Eggplants, cucumbers squash of court house grounds, about- the best lands in Kentucky or Vir- I Try iU! Hair gets soft Huffy Why not reduce your feed bill. this fall and winter by plant!*..
and okra are the principal commodities -, 300 feet from shore line.Reddick.Southern ginia. There is land producing more and be.utlful-Get a 25 cent Oats and Rye We quote: "f", .-- "-.+;
now moving, although a few Peanut Product I and better cotton than the best landsof bottle of Danderine. 1 Bu .10

shipments of beans are being made.I I company, capital stock $10,000, Incor- Texas, Mississippi or the Nile. This Texas Red Rust Proof Oat ........_.......I:::|1J)0") >..
The movement will be considerably porated; S. L. Frfdy, president C. cotton is in demand at eighteen cents If you care for heavy hair that -glistens Burt or 90-Day Oats .;___._______..??;._____. 1.00]
heavier next week. Mayo, vice-president; L. C. McGaran; a pound for consumption in American with beauty and is radiant with Hastings lOO-BushelOats .__.,:._..._._...._. 1.26 '11.
The truck season so far shows a secretary-treasurer. factories, while other good cotton is life; has an incomparable softness and Winter Turf or Gracing Oat ____>..__..._ 1.25 1
decided increase over last year both ; is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Fulghum Oats .___.__ 1.60 1
Bronson. Fifty thousand dollars 6 begging at ten cents a pound and all ; _,. .
as to the yield per acre and prices per cent. Lebanon-Inglis district, that is being sold to the manufactureris Just one application doubles the Genuine, Florid---------------__?_::.._--__:2.76 .
received and indications point to a sold about cents beauty of your hair besides it immediately Georgia Rye ... ? '1.76 ,1
bonds at a ,
road are' voted. being seven -- ;
successful Inglis county, --- --- ----------- -- _
season. dissolves of
very every
Points on the east coast are getting Jacksonville. Joyland Rod and pound. have nice
dandruff. You not
busy and vegetables are. now Gun club organized with J. J. William There isn't a better poultry farm In heavy healthy hair .if you have :

moving quite freely. The first solid president, president F. P.; Geo.Williams R. Paschal, vice- Iowa the home of good poultry, than dandruff. This destructive scurf PLANT CITY FLORIDA. .'

car of. peppers was shipped from treasurerj; will erect club ,house secretary etc. can be found in Florida. There isn't the hair of its lustre, its strength and
last week.. The quality
Cocoanut Grove- DqCjand.Volusia 'county commissioners a better herd of Jersey ttIe In Ohio! Its very life and if hot overcome it
was good. The pepper -acreageis let contract W. C. Cannons 'Thereare produces a feverishness and itching of
to be'fo nd. In Florida.
larger than last season. Beans are shelfroad. { .than can the scalp the hair roots famish, . .
and of the DeLand, to construct. 7,500 feet better horses in Kentucky- than 1'.
moving freely a large part no loosen and die; then the hair falls out

early shipments are coming from I, St. Petersburg. C. McNabb and can be found in-Florida. 'There are 1 fast. Surely get a 26-cent bottle of s-
points on the Miami canal, as far as others are proceeding with reclama- no better mules in Tennessee than can Knowlton's Danderine Crest say drugstore

Hope boats.City.There The stock was is a heavy brought rain downin in tion project; filling in a 1,700x500 foot be found in Florida. There are no and just try 1$. YELLOW PINE'LUMBER 1.

some sections of Dade county but the tract of land (including avenues) on on
-- ;
I land to be used for fine - -
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damage was slight River although some suf. residences, club houses, etc.; seawall New Owners New Jan]
fields on the Little prairies -- ManagemenlEVERYTHING
fered from overflow. and dredging: progressing, ..Florida's irrth

Wauchula is shipping from two to 31,

five cars of vegetables daily by express -, CLAIMS TO HAVE ana
and freight. Early prices were Surpassing -
satisfactory, cucumbers sell .
from $2.50 to $4 pjr hamper; beans i 00$,
from $2.25 to $3 per hamper, eggplants Grapefruit
from $2.50 to $3 per crate, _

peppers. from $2 to $2.50, squashes $2 I' Is Supreme TO BUILD YOUR HOUSWE i}
to $2.25. Since that time prices have Much interest will be aroused -- 'Pe
fallen off as vegetables are moving i among grove-owners by the announcement "
freely from other sections. 'I that William Anderson, of Silver Plant Freely of the Best Late Varieties .
Vegetables are moving freely from Palm, in lower Dade county, feels '
Bartow. W. W. Moon of the Moon confident that he has discovered a HAVE 'r'
Each adds to the of Florida's surpassing
remedy for citrus canker. He has year supremacy .
Commission it, is said con- "
company <( \
tracted last week with C. I.. Dingfel- I applied pulverized copperas around grapefruit in.the markets of the North. With the proceeding

der, of New York, for 17,000 cratesof his trees dry and worked it well into education of the American public as to the uses and merit of We are fully equipped and manufacture all grade.1'
Florida cabbage at $1 crate. the soil. Each tree was then covert citrus fruit Florida will become and
per grapefruit more more
\tith cheese cloth which will be lumfirr rough and drrmod ..Ceiling.. Flooring,SidiDe
It !is understood that several growers popular. The grower whole land i is adapted to grapefruit cad -
are interested in the deal. left on until the owner and inspectors Sub Shingle Laths Window and Door Frame. siJ -
Lauderdale the east pronounce the tree free from infec- make no mistake in planting freely of the belt varieties-especially ,
At Fort on .
coast W. H. Marshall shipped the tion. The first two trees were treated of the late kind of all lands, Framing drened and roach. Cypress; ]Luna "

first solid car of vegetables to Chi three and one-half months ago, We also carry a complete line of&ickI3me'Cement p
The contained beans, have been inspected ach month since, Get the New .
car pep- I
pers cago., okra. and eggplant and was and there has been no reinfection. He Bream Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish jn ; rrr1tA

shipped under refrigeration. Mr. Marshall has treated several trees since then. Nurseries thing.for your house or yeur barn'from around ,to
On Saturday October 24 Catalog
claims that this is the earliest copperas '
cariot of mixed vegetables ever was applied, and the effect could be

shipped from the east coast. The car noticed on the eigth day. A strip of This attractive book tell all about the culture of grape-- 1I' :fl.
\ was purchased outright from the various the leaf about one-sixteenth of an inch fruit s* well a* orange and other citrus fruit It describes .

River in growers the Everglades.of Davie on the New wide tirely all killed around, and the the canker canker was eaten en- the leading kind*--several of them the introduction of Buck- : Send for Free Estima .1 1I '. '

into so that it dropped out. On can eye Nurseries. Whether you are an experienced grower or a : /I/ : ,P v

FLORIDA PEPPERS IN CARLOTS. kered fruit, the application acted in new. beginner in citrus culture, this catalog will help you. I ;

New York, H. Y.-The first straight precisely the same way. The healthy The -most successful grove practice i il fully explained in I J os:

4, car of Florida peppers this arrived week from in New the tissue growth was quite started uninjured up, and a there vigorousnew have this book. While the catalog represent an enormous outlay I We will be clad to gire you Prices and EstimateConti'hctors ': ;i.i i.
York Tuesday of '
) received been no signs of reinfection.Mr. on their part Buckeye Nurseries will,be glad to end a copy > 1(.
.. lower east coast and was by Estimates on bouse bill receive :
Robert T. Cochran & Co. The stock Anderson does not state what free to any person intending to plant citrus fruit tree If I i

sold at $1.60 to $2.60 per crate. There effect was produced on affected twigs you want one write for it today before the edition i il exhausted. r '. :
of Jersey br bark. He is a firm believer in the "
was still quite a large supply -
on the market this week efficacy of Ms newly discovered remedy Buckeye Nurseries to;

but most peppers of them came out of storage. and intends to treat all his diseased .. Yellow Pine Lumber Ci 'h
1O6T can- Bank esldMg "
The indications are that Jersey stock tree in the same way. It is *' \
will be cleaned up within the next few cheaper than an ordinary spray, the Tampa, Fla.BuctoeyeTreesBear. *.
days and Florida peppers will bring copperas only costing about one cent< ..

much higher prices._ and being a easily half per applied.pound,The delivered experimenthas and Phone 195 Ki* imme, Fla. .'\f., i "

t Every German regiment has a chiropodist been closely watched by Frank '

In Its ranks.!. Stirling state Inspector. These trees PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWORD, ."S
wen four years old and consequently

Ulster largely export grass. seed. not of large. size. It would seem that
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1 MARVELS OP .. -4 ... ,, REPRODUCTION C : ; : "" ; l I. ; .fen\ ,:more package t*''fill I,..
10'N l : ,, ear.1, tt Is near train time.,' Jle must-;
B I'\ "._. _... rI.--: .S ____, _....T.ON-SA FRANCISCO"1915 act quickly He is offered 'a lot .that-

.< .,, ,., ',. .... .....,...,.. . ': '' will, just make up his car. He haL
6.W. "
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6 ( y. $
I ''': .!.:': t' :. : .::'r ;.: k" r -- !;< 5e-se "*" ....z- J LOT got: time to inspect. He take"a, ""J :
I'Vs ,
chance of the grower tellinghim ,
'JITMEET SOON of hU rod- 'I "
1 ; truth about the, quallt
>, 11 Laet;'\veeka Courier; told of a grow- nrt.-> Sometime it U all rlyhti SoniBr
J.w J-
"' j' : *r-JelUng--wlT4TYper. A, 161 "of cucuhi': .. I..tje.s.4..iL. ,.*gang.Ut paya-.tu..iu.-e.
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Sipp k-get'Me-.Lu1et:1: %
poF"1u. rOt WsfuEH CALL? t'UI' 'rr&c I them from. the grower, without I in- .. ,
ANNUAL CONVENTION AT SAN. ,' -- -. 'r-c _ lr, tinztha 't'aaazne.of 4 r'+ sfrifirin L cnti -

J" !T.LnYl.2.. !: jlC theJ eentf'th. = 1t -- !Ite8. d ('p r '___.,.t-.i''o:: : : : ,: .1'...,",;; ",'"(.'.

iim1roiUn o i' t1" n' f'r T- -: ;; lot was 'a total l&mina loss/. :' .. .the entire, 'I ''f '

hold"it'annual 1 canvenUon: T
tbor will
it Sanford-bejflnrrlne-January"12ratr-: I- s- s i_ _' i'S er"1 'W11i'iiiaie tations T What represen A WARNINGTO THAW
were made by the to
I grower
which has
ording, to. an ,official call. the buyer? It .does not appear to bea _
[ust been tent out to all affiliated _ _- _ 4 'S good. business .proposition to buy

tur.d S lodUs. Many important matters are .'.-_ -_ F cucumbers or any other vegetables, Some. Interesting Facts About*.
at the meet.
stor&ridA cheduled to come up without looking at them. Many
growers -
ng, which will remain In session In- think their
vegetables are first TroublesFew
until business is disposed of. Kidney
k s.yea lennitely class, when they are only third or
AccOtdht1m.z4ean The official call, with the provisn
"' fourth grade. There are some grow. people realize to what extent
>* of representation, is as follows ers who. put up their cukes in a slipshod their health depends upon the condition -
ting- to kttn I 'o All Labor Organizations In Florida, putting a few good ones ori of. the kidneys.The .

t nkl by Greeting: with the constitution top of the hamper, but th'ink they physician in nearly all cases of"

".tockttgL'ThIs In conformity Federation of can get more money for them put up serious illness, makes a chemical
Is if the Florida this way. They grow the cukes or analysis of the patient's urine. He-
Mid Mrs. I bor, you are hereby notified thai the other vegetables to get as much knows that unless the kidneys are do-

call the at fteenth annual conventionwill be money. out of. them as they can. They ing their work properly, the other organs
of Sanford on
the ,
thoritlM toftAND eld in city
feel their
i responsibility ends after giving cannot readily be brought backto
[esday morning and continue, January In session, eachJay , ,t' ," 'j--- S._'_, 1'a' s.-M' '' -.' ., ":-,, ; s: ; a buyer a description of. the contents health and strength.
9 a. m., ; *
SOLDIcompany until all business Is completed. ItJIT of the packages, if he accepts When the kidneys are negiectqd or-
them without inspection. abused in serious results
earnestly hoped that every labor Copyright. 1114. by Panuna Paolflo International Exposition Company.One any way, are
(organization in the state will appreciate of the most marvelous. features of the huge Panama-Paclflo International Exposition In San Francisco In Altogether too much trash l is ship sure to follow. According to health
statistics disease which i.
ped out of Florida. It cannot all be Bright's
the Importance this convention of being[; fully)by 115 will be a gigantic representation of the Yellowstone National park built by the Union Paclflo railroad at a charged to dishonest growers. Thereare really an advanced form of. kidney-
presented at cost of $400,000, under the supervision of Mr. J. R. Kathrens the famous who I.
ablest members. Matters of producer, now In San Francisco many men In this state, every trouble, caused nearly ten thousand
be gravest Import confront the works supervising the work. In the background of. the picture I. seen an exact duplication of the Old Faithful Inn. The shipping season, buying produce or deaths in 1913, in the state of New

XniiaiChamb four state. The legislature will large circular space In the center of the picture will be filled by a topographical map 220 feet In diameter and reproducing fruit, for northern houses, who are York alone. Therefore, it behoovesus

nvene next April 'and much is ex- the topographical features of the park. The man on. the right is looking over a cliff 100 feet high; a not competent to tell good stuff from. to pay more attention to the heal.of .-

)ie age ,4> ted of this body in the way of. little below him there will\ be a waterfall 85 feet high, fa VIne into a great basin below the cliff. There will be second or third third. Thousands of I these most important organs.. 4

remedial legislation. Our Influence i IfTelt wonderful geysers In the park, which will be. one of the most attractive sections of the "Zone." crates, boxes, barrels or Hampers of An ideal herbal compound that has

., the-nails throughout the state as never be The above view shows this wonderful exhlbU as It appeared while under construction In September, 1914. vegetables and fruit are bought with- had remarkable success as a kidney-
[ .Florida.> 7ore.. We must continue the fight for ... out inspection every season. It is no remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,

: the fedenTh *tter laws for the toiling men and --., .--- --- -- = -=-=- -' wonder that the northern firms complain the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder
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c go'I'ipurchitei of our fair' state. so often. They put out their Remedy.The .
omen Representation.Representation For Chat I! good money and expect to get: good mild and healing influence of
15 swamp la ;II in the convention for Rex Returns Interesting \ WASHINGTON MAN IS. stuff for it. Every lot of. fruit or this preparation, in most cases, is soon

f In, 1910. 1j jiocal unions and central bodies anferovlded vegetables should be thoroughly inspected realized, according to sworn state-
j A tin acre.madewit. by the constitution Is as With Valley Gazette Readers; :: BOOSTER FOR by the buyer.On ments and verified testimony. of those;
; follows. : I OSCEOLA the other hand, a buyer often who have used the remedy.If .

*company' months Rex His father much grieved you feel that your kidneys require -
ARTICLE IV. -REPRESENTATION.It ,\fh'I' a space; of a few was very
;*g. of' t'on office at this state of affairs and removed. St. attention, and wish a sample .
at Fla. Nov.
Section 1.-The basis of repres>>nation again comes tapping your Cloud ((5, 1914.
tb. in in the convention shall be: I.o'al dour. Your valuable journal has assumed him from the liar and endeavored by Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette CHICHESTER PILLS bottle, write to Dr. Kilmer &: Co.,

$65 an < I having one hundred members or. such dimensions since we last removing him from its influence< to''' You ask for a letter giving by im1 .dl..1. A.k *. I.-.ggI.t UM4515.f<. y Binghamton, N. Y. Mention. this pa-
profit wi less shall be entitled to one delegate, met that we approach with some timidity I'eform the young man, but the pell I press-ion of this county.. I will try I ('hI-.h.-a...p.s li.l lira... per, enclose ten cents and they will
,. .... ..... ..
000 aerei nd for each additional one. hundred and in recognition of your gupeiioiity had worked to long and some other ,i as. briefly as possible to comply with "1'I'll......IN_S.d,.. .'.,th tiol.SI,"". 1""_" gladly forward. it to you by Parcel

the landatlonlo j r majority fraction thereof, one dele-' over that other fellow, we means had to be adopted.. your "request.To I .- Take ... ..Ask Ihrr.l;.. ligate, and from central bodies of a I are satisfied, to give you the best we Finally one day while? the boyvrf* : begin : > 101A\f."D HlllMt' |.ILI.... for ia. Swamp Ropt is sold by every druggist -
last found ., yean k nown M llrt.Katat.At yL KelUltta in bottles. of two sizes-60c and'
ego J o puiation of ten thousand or. more. have. / dead drunk a plan was to I ariived. in beautiful Kissimmee
'tLThCbambe< three delegates, and central bodies of. The county that has so nobly sustained scare him out of the drinking habit. about six weeks ago. Having been SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE $1.00. 48-4-vr

five thousand and under ten thousand. and fostered you in your efforts -I Charles was placed in n coffin and the engaged', up north for years in agri-
ja ; K two. delegates, and for central bodies to make the Valley Gazette one. lid was screwed on til/"htly"u hf'1 I cultuial pursuits naturaly my first
Miami, of five thousand or less, one. delegate. of the best journals in the State will could) remove it when he fume to 1 houl'ht'a'. what sort of soil. ] have

bnrg .<-J3ec. 2.-The delegates shall be rejoice with you over the success you himself.An they here uml what can be profitably
..Laud'arc lected at least ten days previous. tot I. have won by hard and persistent old man Wit h as ugly a looking ..I grown on it. So I have been looking Ia
he annunf convention. and the namesof I labor.I ] false fare as could he found was to. at the farm lands In Osceola
such delegates shall be forwarded! The most unfavorable season of. the 1 heat himself] beside the coffin and be'I ,county especially in the \icinity of.
!to the secretary-treasurer at the ear- year is our present portion.. The cold there when the young man awoke.Between I Kissimmee and St. Cloud, with the
., iest possible moment thereafter. 'November rains have been romentcd. midnight and lay the purpose of asking the Gazette to permit -
., Sec. 3.-The entitle local unions. and on by poets and dealers in prose, but young man awoke and l looked around mr, I thiuugh its columns, to. address I
central bodies to representation in the r'lon'da's sunshine has changed the I him. Finding himself inside n coffin my brothel, farmer of the north, I 4

; convention, they must be in posses- disagreeable part of the season and he exclaimed : "II-II at last; I I setting fOI th the advantages, disadvantages -I .

tkr ion of. a receipt from the secretary- we have thus! far had delightful as I expected. I % if any of Osceola. coiwity PL"'NER" RF.1: "STK\M. FF.' I)" -
eld.d treasurer showing the payment of. per weather with hardly rain enough to Kicking the top off and finding the 'knowing that through its columns MAT*'MK.HHTO "' ..:1... HKI> 1111-

IngofciI1 capita tax for at least one year previous satisfy plant growth. old man sitting there, he asked< : "Am I might reach a goodly number< of northern \VF.H KDCF.HS" 'l'IIIMMI'lisPEliKl,4'

to the convention. Provided, Cattle are prepared to enter the I I in hell ?" the old man ippliod, in" ; people.Well siiii.i.i: M MIMHV: ,,,,

; tiowever. that local unions or centralaodies winter months! in a condition calculated a solemn. voice "You. certainly are. it looks goods to me; in fa< ENGINES" up lo 40 h. ,HILLS I

;to ad not organized. prior. to the last to. carry them through without C'hailey's next question "was; "II ow I <0 gooil that I am going. to. stay "'l.j IIOII.KH: up to 40 h.QASOMIVK '.'ahl anil Heavy

'. 'eons :onvention or. local union or central serious. 101\'". As a rule they are In long fes>T'*' J on been" here ? The reply "- I here in Osceola county.. The climateis I SAVIt'5T CO "F.'on": 101.'" C \\\ i: onsSTKAM
: tion >odies not having been affiliated with tine condition and as the range this I TJ- V.3;; 1 57 fawra; "Well, I so delightful that I have no wishto : K.XI.III:
Ylar' ,he ,state federation before, shall be far has been uninjured stockmen are said tUa jxuaa- can, "I'm twfnl I gladof go buck to the northlaml] and then I
? lowed the representation upon the looking forward to a favorable outcome that. FeinapH you. can tell nv.j j I the soil. Well, I can only say thatI LATh MILL !ST' "VI; MILLS

...Ttru41st >ayment -of three months. per capita in the spring. where I tan get a drink of gooii agree with I'rofessor Vernon's state- : D1SSTOX SAXVtSAW ,....
X"" and abundant and liquor ?" nvnt that it is the richest and most HIT for all naakp* ofSflAF'l'iO ...,..
Deer turkey arp I
snd _See::J :4.-Delegates shall he elected fully prepared to yield the hunter a REX. | fertile in the world. I'l"I.I.K.l: H IIO.XKSHEliTINU :

traof '.'their unions to serve for one. year. rich harvest after the rapidly approaching I have hut one regret and that is I It 4 Ifrmarm-mrdtum to beet
>) shall a delegate be allow- holding. up of the law. The HANDSOME CATALOG ISSI 'El; ) t that I did not come here years ago.. LOG CHAIS CAN'T HOOKS 1'ON ,
': more than one vote. They must hunting season is here and now our BY ROYAL PALM :Nl'RSKRIES I would. have preferred waiting a little KVKHVTlll\ KOIl 1-IIK

,': tho eposlt their credentials with the sec- rifle brigade and gun shot divisionare The Royal Palm Nurseries locatedat I longer for a more. thorough investigation SAWMILL
before being admit- yet I believe the lapse ef
tary- reasurer force and the these
out in way Oneco have issued of the finest Writ for:
d. to .seats.: All credentials shall animals and birds generally will have it has been I time will result, if possible] in a more Prloes
catalogs ever .
,tate the .full name and address of to hustle] i is a caution. our nursery good fortune. to see. It is filled favorable opinion.. I believe there is 4 .

', s bi the delegate of the union and be Truck farming hae, in most cases from one end to the other with beau- a wonderful opportunity right) here 5 '
signed by the president and secretary, been a success, the rand and the season half-tones of trees for-thc fruit grower, the dairyman: C ,
tiful ,
; t bearing the seal ,of the local the delegate being. both calculated to promote shrubs, vifies and everything splendid else the trucker, the poultryman, the bee 1J
,represents. this most desirable man and others. There is one matter .
crop climatic conditions.. ,
adapted to our
r. The per capita'tax is two cents perktember Hog hunting is at present the orderof beautiful that I can freely dwell upon, that I
the entire The cover. shows a pink cannot be in and that is the I
month memfcrship. mistaken
per on and the thousands of these ,
S Trades councils and centralBodies animals the day that, secure a living on the grapefruit cut in half, 'also oranges) in, friendliness, the frcntttity: and courtesy , : . .
seventyfivecents month, to mangoes: and guavas, printed of the people. Why, in two days in "
per range, bring a splendid revenue ,
natural color! : Everythingconsider- .
Kissimmee I felt r had Intimately
: though
Sr $2.25 per Quarter. their as -
ed it is one of the finest of
Delegates from local unions not affiliated esteemed friend, Mrs. Joseph N. known every blessed one for
literature issued in the
.i S. -with the State Federation of Smith, met with a serious and 'what and the fact that it "donein years. The Favorite Store of Kissimmee .
I 'labor'' will be admitted to membership came very near being a fatal accident state Florida", makes it all the was more in- 'I In the six weeks I have been in I I
and seated in the convention on week> before last. As she was Florida I can 6nly] chronicle one regrettable

LI- payment of three months' per capita returning from: Southport in. a buesryaccompanied teresting. occurrence and that happened -
- tax'.< by Lewis Uurnam Mr. Again the Tempter. j November 4, when a party from i
I Accompanying this call are credentIals John M. Lee came along In his auto- somewhere, in autos, drove toSt.. i,
The sailor had been the
Iftl showing
, I In duplicate. Send the duplicate mobile. ; as they passed thru a gate, Cloud, paraded the streets flaunting TINWARE T
visitor the to
tot the secretary-treasurer, Wm. E. until Mr. lady over ship, according Confederate flags. This was
1 Lewis waited at the gate
p Terry, 230 Clay street, Jacksonville, Lee should come. up leaving Mrs. i Tit-Bits. In thanking him, she said: larly in bad taste as St. Cloud particu-\\ I
tJ Fla., as soon as delegate Is elected; Smith in the buggy. The horse, ( "I see that by the"rules of your ship lied almost. exclusively by old

this is important. alarmed at the auto coming up behind tips are forbidden. from the north. After the splendid NThatWill \ \
,Why You Should Be Represented. him, starts off and as they had drivenoff "Lor' bless your 'eart, ma'am, replied courtesy from one and all that I and
f 'Eacn year furnishes additional reasons to one side of the road to avoid I' Jack, "so were" the apples in mine have been accorded, to say the

i 'w. why the State Federation. of the car and the reifrns having droppedto the Garden of Eden. least, I was astounded at the discour- W .

'w ufl"l Labor should be supported by every the ground, the horse made a dash, tesy, lack of taste and may I say the .
labor union in.the state. In the ab- struck a stump and threw Mrs. Smithto Truth is more romantic. than fiction brutality of this act, and its unwis
send of a state body the labor move- the hurting her severely. and commonplace women in real dom.
Is ground,
dbtr ment would be little heard of outsideof That lady is still suffering from the life perform deeds of valor from H. W. Illman, WEARA

the large cities. We need additions effects of the fall but no serious .results which the bravest heroine of fiction Late from state of. Washington.Yours .
) law for the welfare of the are anticipated. might recoil. for greater Florida,
toilers of' our state, and this is the 'J
tb We are at present at the residence -. -
Federation of
mission of the State
'er of Mrs. Ike Bronson. enjoying the well

Inn, Labor.- t Fraternally yours, known. hospitalities of that gentleman UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK.DON'T ,;

&i I so! ,; ,. C. E. SHEPARD President. and is his a admirable stockman spouse.of some Mr.note Bronson and- If you want rattling good tinware

. 'an .r'SU' imlme v WM.V.Attest E.'TERRY: Secretary-Treasurer. judging in by the size hlm'to of the be nags well come to this store. Don't tin-
.'- ", .-, brought we judge STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED buy
to in that line. Living in One of the
I up
finest in the with just because it is If
In 1 HEAD OF BIG. LABOR BODY. little ranges interference country from dangerouscauses very ware cheap. youdoit's
'o Philadelphia. Pa.-Samuel P. Gom- he is well situated to have "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Cleai Your Your druggist or dealer sells you 'a just like throwing
.into was r re-elected president of the plenty of cattle and hogs, especially 50 cent bottle of I Dodxon's Liver Tone your
t'V.,' per.American Federation of Labor Saturday when these advantages are united Slugglsb Liver Better Thai Calomel under my personal guarantee that it We
1.'d1i afternoon by a vote which was with a spirit of preservance in hnntIhg will clean! your sluggish liver latter than money away. can save you

h.A i almost unanimous. Other off' them that will create success any and Can Not Salivate.Calomel nasty calomel. ; it won't make you sick article ofKITCHENWARE '
d ".re: time.Our make nick : you ]lone a and you can eat anything you want money' every .
: : T rat rice-president, Ja Tes Duncan.Qnincy democratic rejoices over the) day's work. Calomel you i is quicksilver and : without being salivated. Your tguaranten
the GranIte of his friends all over the
Mass., representing success
'' it salivates; calomel injures your liver. that each spoonful will start
hoi Fl Cutter union; second vicepresident country, he wants tadpoles that are If you are bilious; fool lazy, sluggish your liver, clean your bowels and .
'f4j '" James O'Connell, Washington, amphibious ,so the dry weather can' if bowels
and all knocked out, are
union affect them minnows likewise your straighten you up by morning or you
emol delegate for the Machinists' ; not constipated and bead achtor :
hlrd vice-prelldent, P. A. Hays, this! and he thinks now that the time has i is your take of get your money buck. Children gladly .
sour, just a spoorful
for Glass Blowers. come when he the life-Jong take Dodson's Liver Tone because" it is
*l t kit, delegate harmless Dodaon S Liver Tone insteadof
Jos. }<'. advocates of the should be accorded pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or
/ ,i union; \ fourth vice-president, party using sickening, salivating calomel.Dodson's !.
r :Valentine, Cincinnati, delegate for theilron their deserves.Rex Liver Tone is real liver medicine. cramp or make them sick in our store and there are hundreds of the best and most useful things I:
; Mol eTs' union; .fifth vicepresiGent has a number of interest ing- I You'll know it neTrt morning because I am selling millions of botUes of
lion ;John R. Alpine, Chicago, repre- I narratives which if acceptable, he'll you will wake up feeling fine Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have to select from. All are new_goods and some are recent inventions. ,

enUnir the Plumber union; sixthvIe.presidefl' give his old friend, the Valley GaI I your liver will be working, your headache found tbat this pleasant vegetable, liver! If know. anything about of -
you our way selling know that
toid !I. B.JVarham, St. zette. The following biographical will .' and diuineai gone, your stomachwill medicine take the place of dangerouscalomel. you our

rLouI'.' ,delegate ,for the Carpenton" be an introduction: be sweet and bowels recujaf. You Buy one bottle on my sound prices, though )low, will purchase only the best and finest the market.. 'j
union; eighth Tice-president: Mr. Chas. Smiley, C. D., (Champion !i will ...1 like working. You'11 be .eh..erMl reliable guarantee Ask ;your druggist
Green-treasurer: John D. Lennon, Drunkard) when ten years of age received Ml i*4 mq. TlfX Md ambition. about ma. affords.
Bloomington 111., delegaU tor the a situation as assistant bartender .5
tnaion* and utter*' union; secretary, for the T. C. L Co. He was a -- - -

'ri' v t! ank: M Mom on. Washington dele- precocious youth.. Any thing or anyway ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES .
for.the Tpographica1unIoil:. was all I right with him, so longas .
ffttto SON
he pleased a customer; to be a

:;JJank rffi.v: U'u: ..Ian i thief or honest boy it was all the, _t,',_ x&c= S L ,
*. ., but. be I same to him 80 long. as lie got the ,

Cia you % I other fellow's money.; Successor the Dozier Leitner Agency Osceola '
& ttJ3f3S lade . It was not. long before Charley' Hardware Company

wanted an introduction could' drink with the beat of them, ,
ught :you
ns. he'd ,knock .your block,,oIll-' and finally turned out to be a !sot PIa... 230-3 Dakbs St.

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I' '". FRIDAY, ,'NOVEMBER.27.1M4.;. if!: THE, KISSIMMEE VAI/LET' GAZETTE_ .. PA it 111x

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'.,."'f'"A"I'U"'U [J I OF" PROGRESSIVE PARTY ..c_. .. '. -- '

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I'" I nl';, I. I\ ,... t'._ . .". .-, r--- : : M that Mr* .B. F. Blake (Nal7e 1'R
---.t 8 VA., Pinchotj I Celt M. Cla...' Os aala Coasts. P.r
enl baa accepted proposal Jams, will to the Hose hl.v .
-:' --- -n.. ._thJ t'":wd-- ,.'.''''-'' md1itu. B1 4 rTo-iemss>"'ewnjartere for i1i -= '

... : ;; .- :? ._Jl II4WI.). OTejn p .......... AM ..-t"t"In land"OMraa =Btrtwrrtl. tsVatliau.1 .as-na*>aa.BL.* ' ,; ; ..

Thii'''' 5a- color Of its leadership., I wrote a mum cannot build a new 'party on .suehfaith. new-location wfflbenon. r A.. IX 1147 at Da. 'SHEET METAL WORXR.r
\ party' ) bar', letters' of East OTb.'I' Ia.ds. .rl4a.-.wl........ ha teas -- ,- -. .- -
+\ of I to Mr( Roosevelt, In The public' desires '''specific! Orange- ; saay "aa.St.e1 -t
: much ,I' believe which I* / and tier a l saaa.ts) aaaaa'e take barge .,"t'Phone
", hottest 1 said that the party would tiona of a more, convincing and mundane Oraig 'aveiru Court and ooatrpt ear pitutertr, and to fcsaaanaIX Ceilings A '
work that has been ,done by have to:change'' its .pro-tratfc positionand .,character,and moreover": it"reJ I.lldU run:for ft.a'.n/ancl't1I a tree'dAtu'. a7 . p1
many of its leaden and' of'its rank eliminate the tendencies summed quires i evidence of the 'slneeritt"of include mot, light, water safe and .. .r' BI R tar, -, ,14. .-R 'Klssljnnsaa.
and filebaa been'.normouely useful in the leadership of Mr. such As Thoreau equtpmon::. ..
p : spedflcatlona. said. tat"paro.lsppost, postal .TPatae" Bapt.IV. A7J&'rtl/... WM B MBteMMWWMH>faMMMMM* UwMM V
.1 i already,'and that this will continue .to Perkins, or else cease to hope fob'pop- If you find a trout in the milk HI' savings city and real!.delivery'fpmUturei'lfnecVssary. ".......... .., ,

-'I'i" bear fruitirrespectiveof the'party'sown ular suppo)$., (AH I look back: at Mr. circumstantial ':evidence not. proof, .. ' : ' ..OTIC., roB "BL1pAnOll;, ', DR. J..W. SHftPSOW 0L'

future. Neverthelessuntil* new Roosevelt's .reply there seams a curl And'if,'in'a ;progressive party-'yot' ; J.'A.' 3reare has resigned 'as'poet. :: >, r J a ''a.

and moral 1 conception'of politics\ oars connection: between and recent find the steel or harvester trusts' 'carJ,' master .t Otter Creak, Levy county, DarARTMRNT U. a. Land Offloa OFTRuIiNTRa101a DENTIST 4'
at QaJnasvlUa. Fla '
party' ? leaders j the avenU.M I quote Mr. Roosevelt's words tying Its financial (burden and directing Fhk, and Wm. S. Yearty has just been October 11. 1111. 'Upstairs; in Katz Building.Offloa -. ;
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progressive party will be dead'' aa a without'feeling that I am in any sense IU policies, It fs>ot proof -but it appointed to succeed him. ;- rimEpiminondas -- .Notice la hereby riven tbat NRvan '' f m'L \.
national force; in faetj,1t, wit'eeem violating a confidence, because he has Is at least suggestive of a certain dilution D. M.Perkins 'has been L. BerserV of Louahman.lift Florida., who. lIo..rsI'. :'a. .mt"1.l... m.Telephone .
almost unnatural *bat it should be 'more than once made the same state- of purposes.**'**.** <0 f* appointed postmaster' Pinecastla, on entry March No. Ofl.14.-( S. for N.IIlClf NH 1-4. No. li ,M W, Jane 1 yr.jDR.
about at alL-XT* ?* .it 'tf ment in practically the same words on There is a great deal of talk about Orang*county A. L. Tynerj'who Section t. Township91' South Rane : ,--- ,,..,
A new party bast t no place in the the stump and in other public. utter the visionary character of radical pro. resigned recently: IT Bast.'Tallahaasea_ M.Helanaa' flied ' "

United ., v unless it represents anoes. Colonel Roosevelt said: "I be- posala. But nothing I have ever heard That following rural carriers have notloa tlon proof of Intention. to establish to 1 make claim the W..W.. CARSON Kl.

radicalism-V It is pUin that the two lieve that the spirit, however honest, from the lips of the wildest radical been appointed on routes out of Lake land above described, bafora Clerk of t. us el

old parties'.are conservative' enough which prompts the assault upon Per.. exceeds in visionary impracticabilitythe City: . : Circuit' Court, at Klsslmnaa. Florida, AENTIST'f'" A

to draw to them everybody that is sat* kins. is the spirit which, if it becomes proposition of manufacturing a John'' 'D. Crabb Jr.. vice Abner A. on Claimant the ITth as, witnesses mb.r. lUt-J. W. Office over Pilley Building' noT

Istled ''wttb superficial "reform---with dominant, in the party means that third party standing for nothing more Chambers parsons, of Lourhman. Florida Chas. Ofriee Hours S-It. 1-I . point
tinkering' with effects instead,of'deal.' from that moment it is an utter wasteof concrete than a general .. of Frank E. Roberta to succeed. Leo Kreoek. of Ixiusrhman. Florida; J. M. Office 'Phone 111 Haaldanee .Phone of! 0*
". ' '. the and feathered E. Routson. Oasser of I Uhman, :Florida) J., W, Qaa Administer for Extraction .w
Ing with causes. time to expect any good from democracy, financially by Campbell of Lourhman, Teeth .. !
chance whatsoever and that the of the commercial interests 8.CHUBB ==
The progressive party's only party ; party representatives HENRY rte"' .
waa to make a different appeal to the will at once sink, and deservedly sink, which the public most thor- It was sugested to the New York U-It Register.NOTICE liTeats
publie-:.-air appeal founded on ''the into an unimportant adjunct of the oughly distrusts. This may have been board of estimates that the city chloroform FOR PUBI.1CATIOW. DR. H. S. GEIGER 4 -

proposition that there Is a real social Debs movement or some other similar "practical"-but it was not politic. It drunkards inftead of building] DEPARTMENT OF THBI 1NTBR1OR. '. -;- '-, -: ', :: '

piODlem in the United States, and thatttSlw'JroblemunonlY' movement Certainly. subsequent was a case of contagious jwliticalblindness. them a home. In.: [the country -where VtJ9.LandJ3fflca-at OalnssvUle...J-ts,. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,', ship
.be" -solved"toy events show that the .pirit-of-dem e= :- i ; the? may eat fresh eggs and vegetables October NotloaIs ITth.hereby 1114. Clticans Bank Building, y avyTb.

I a long and constructive campaign of racy, or independence, or radicalism, However, let us not blame those and go in training for the next Brook, of Louchman given, Fia that., Whovaa Wesley KI..llllm.JI'Ja., .' .> .
thoughtful but essentially radical or whatever we may call it, which leaders of the party who are responsible bout with John Barleycorn. Stewart March 14th, Ills, mada homestead an- Phones. ; Offlea. HT or4 -1 datioa]
statesmanship.The prompted the revolt against reactionary for its present low estate. They Browne banker and big real estate try No. 011(1. for 8WH .f 8BU, aaa- Residence f/f,, 14lmjT. i crop j ji.
Is tlon II. W((, of NBM and ITWU of
for the author of the chloroform i
doubt what
progressive party should either leadership never did become were no working they owner SID\i. section II of Township K south, i.boat i
har-8 undertaken to deeply and intelligently dominant in the party. In fact, as believed to be the good of the com- idea. range It east Tallahassee Meridian. '. : \i tat*.
the go of the time went on. the utterances from munity, but they were fighting for it has filed notice of Intention to make M. RIVERS. M.D. .
\ Into
economic -
causes in the Their Women in the rubber industry commutation proof to establish claimto ''
and and employed
drifted place.
troubles which threaten theDeate headquarters more more foolishly wrong the land above described before Clark SURGEON '
of society the liberal partiesin into old-time political lines until to- presence, as leaders in a movement in British Guiana get 20 to 25 of Circuit Court, at Kls.,mmee, Flor. ,
England France as and Germany have ward election day all issues but personal supported by a rank and file generally cents a day. Ids, on tha and day of December Jame.1114. Office over Osceola' Pharmacy \, imurR
names as witnesses: }
abandoned of it harder to
in .
done or it should have kept its fingers ones were practically favor making amassa Whldden. of uahman., Florida Rob- Phone.: Residence II
out of the pie. in New York state. But on election I great fortune and easier to make a TRY THIS FOR YOUR COUGH ert H. Ellington of Loua-hman. Flor Office 141 .
day, although avoidance of decent living was incongruous and resulted Ida William J. Qarrett. of Lourhman. .. the
It did neither. Under blind leader- cal or even progressive doctrines had in an opposition of forces which Thousands of people keep coughing Florida.Florida; W. T. Lamb of Louchman. '

midole-of-the-road! the followed a It shallow had been carried to an extreme, the progressive I brought the party to a standstill.CALL because unable to get the right rem- HENRY & CHUBB. DR. t L HYATT-. \:

course. It no party in New York failed to edy. Coughs are caused by Inflammation 44t Register.NOTICR f'ej
serious economic program. con- elect an important candidate of any FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY of Throat and Bronchial Tubes. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ; .
series of unobjec- ;
tented itself with a kind while the socialist or as Mr. ELECTION. What you need is to soothe this In- ' ,

tionable reforms, supposedly adaptedto Car- Roosevelt calls it, the Debs party, wona ocratic The executive party In and committee for Oaceola of the county.dem- flammation. Take Dr. King's New Department of the Interior.. Thones Offlcs -111 / wet
vote-getting from all quarters. signal victory by sending a call and for Discovery it the delicate Serial No. 01.411. Residence S4I j;
repre- Florida hereby provide penetrates United .
suspicious States Land Office at Gaines :
withered and decidedly
rying a sentative to congress from a strong the holding of a white democratic mucous lining, raises the PhlegmjKndquickly ville. :Fla., Oetobar 14, 1114. Klsslmmaa. Fls :;,
looking olive branch to labor primary election, to be- hldin -Uw COUP;
Tammany district. The prohibitionparty relieves congested mem Notice Is hereby given that James BJ. '.
and capital and to democracy and several precincts of Osceola county? hldden. of Louchman. Florid.,
polled twice the vote branes. Get BOc bottle from
moreover .
law a
Florida InT compliance with the your
for universal on July 10, 1101 mad
alike it homestead entr
oligarchy of the progressive party in a guber- I of the state of Florida. Bald primaryto druggist. "Dr. King's New Discovery No. 01411. for 81-1 of 8W1-4. SWllof H. D. CElCER'A'M"ORNEYATLAW
approval. This plea was rejected. natorial conte.t.But j be held during; the hour fixed by quickly and completely stoppedmy SHl-4 and NW1-4 of 8W1-4 Baa-
The progressive party polled over law for the holding of elections 0", tlon II Township 1.
South Ranee IT
4,000.000 votes in 1912. It had and the progressive party would Saturday. December llth. IBM. for the cough, writes J. R. Watts, Ploy- East Tallahassee. Meridian, has Bled
has leaders of real public spirit have been defeated this year even if nomination of a candidate for the of- dale, Texas. Money, back if not satisfied notice' of Intention to make Flve-'ear

and many high ability, who are willing to it had stood on a real platform in- I flee of superintendent In and for Osceola of public county Instruction , but it nearly always helps. above Proof, described to establish before claim Clerk to the of land Cir- Office State Bank Building"' .

make large sacrifices for the public stead'of on a well meaning but unmeaning to nil the unexpIred term of the present cuit Court, at Xlsslmmaa Florida. on Klsslmmsa, Via. :
in a certain sense it was collection of platitudes. In county superintendent who has II COURT OF COUNTY "11DGIII, the 10th day of December, 1114.
not really political party, but rathera Rome state a few independent spiritsdid r..hrn..d.Q.aUlle.Uo.. STATE) OF FLORIDA.In Claimant name. .. witnesses: ,
a of Klertars.
Dr. C. W. Holloway, of '
break colorless Estate of Louchman. CEO. F. PARUQATTORNEYATLAW'
it its from respectabilities ra
political faction. For drew away Those and only those persons shall Florida. I,. ,
of and in spite of the displeasure be permitted to vote at. or participateIn CHRIS KABNNUL Ososola Count
adherence J. H. of
support less from the I Notice Is hereby clvsn, to all whom It Webb Louchman, Florida. "
followers of the national leaders, cam- tho management of said primary W. T. Lamb of Louchman. Florida appro
ideas than from the personal may oonoarn that an the let air of ;
election who white democrats, whodeclare Ellington
of a man. On the great person paigned on principles which offeredthe their are allegiance to the prIn- March A. IX "li. I shall apply to the Florida.R. H. of. Loachman, fiscal
Honorable T. aC Morphy. Jude of said Collections and ConveytynceiSpecialties -
of Theodore community hope of ultimate economic and organisation of the democratic -
ality and popularity HENRY B. CHUBB. Radster a.M
Court aa Judge of Probate. for nal ;
Roosevelt the party was founded; and relief. Francis J. Hehey, for party In the state of Florida dlsoharsre mm Administrator of thefi..- 41-'t .
that a instance, in California, polled 180,000 I and Osceola county, who were qualifiedelectors tat. of Chris Kaennal deceased and r
its fall has !gone far to prove ;
at the time of the primary .Ul.1 SrolidwayC.1'
personal following is- not enough to votes in his senatorial campaign'onthe I election held on June 2d. 114. and said that Court at the my same final time accounts I will as present Invigorating to the Pal. and Sickly i

-constitute issues of government ownershipof I, who pledged themselves to abide by I.trator of said .tat. and ask for pk
a party. thalr The Old lite........ reaeml -1It1l1. took '
result of said election. and
railorads and of all the basic the primary MBEst1TTQRNEYAILA1:
The tall of the progressive party, approval. oaov.'. TASTKLIUI chill TONIC.4d's a {
though inevitable under the circumstances sources of energy, such as oil and coal to support Tlsiv the tar nominee Q..llfyt.x.Each thereof.. J. H. HALLEY Administrator. 11."" _",,_tile blood....."'I .aptbs.tem. ."" f,,
Dated Sept. llth. A. D. Itl4. ... '
and water Gifford Pinchot in A tue- Fo14wd. esldra, IQe
is nevertheless a power. person desiring to have his "
thousands of earnest men Pennsylvania, polled over a quarter ofa name printed on the primary election .::
event 8pee11tnI -...:
million Includ- ballot a. a candidate for the -officeof Biramlnatlon.. of Titles a ; : ..
votes platform
on a
and women, who enlisted in rank or superintendent of public. Instruction I Notl'oatlan and Payment of taxes of t
leaders for what they supposed ing government control of Pennsylvania's AOA.rssldaats given careful
file or as In and for Osceola county, Florida. _.I"
was a campaign against privilege anthracite mines and a gen shall flla -with the chairman of this attention.Klsslmmea. / H..., ,\

and injustice, the failure of the era! anti-monopoly policy and this in committee, o..r before November ProgressiveRU.IfleS. Fls.' _IIa1, '. ,;
SOth 114 hi. notice of candidacy and . .
party, ending in the election the face of America's most powerful - --- -
progressive application to have his name so printed -
of November 8, has been a trag- reactionary machine.A upon a blank to be furnished by Pat Johnston O.. 'P. Garrett

tedy. Buoyed up by the hope that they new party supporting issues the chairman of this committee and JOHNSTON ft GARRETT vATTORNEYATLAW
aooompanled by the of Twenty- '
had at last found a home in a party worth fighting for, cannot expect to flTe that would fight courageously to free win immediately. But, if from the assessment and. no name of any such I .
the public from oppressive industrialism beginning, the progressive party had : candidate shall be' printed upon or '
Offices :10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank ti'Building
'counted or returned If printed ,
their whole strength to consistent with the uponany 11 '
they gave such ballot.unless. this ;
the cause. They went into battle, or aspiration of justice which., gave it have been complied with.provisionshall : : $ rats KI..lmm., Fla.
what they thought' was battle, ;'with birth;, if more of its leaders had sat '-c...._ .( ...t...... .
the fervor of a religious crusade. They down and asked what the social-prob This committee. shall'at S '
o'clock p. m., Wednesday the lard day Louis C. Masse ''1'.
"Onward Christian Soldiers" and lem in America consisted of, and how ? Proton Warlow
sang of December, 1(14, at' the' courthouseIn Late Coun.el'or' .1ad..t the
were told that they were standing at to solve the problem, irrespective. Klsslmmee, and canvass the Return Fla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Court
Armageddon and battling for. the immediate success at the polls insteadof In accordance with the primary ''YOUSHOULD KNOW' IN KISSIMMEENELSON MASSEY, WARLOW, I
election law. of Florida. and shall dendare
Lord. They declared war against the asking, as did the majority of them,
what candidate has received ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS
exploitation of the people by Indus- what political issues were the most majority of the votes cast for such a AT LAW' -

trial monopolies and denounced the likely to win and what superficial eco- office, and shall declare his nomination EGGERSGLUESS" RIEDEL. Practice in all the courts of the State i
ruthless control of our governmentand nomic reforms could be championed and the chairman and secretaryof REALTY CO. and of the United Btataa, also before
of the lives of our millions of without running foul of special privilege this committee, within two daysthenafter the Florida Railroad Commission, and
shall certify the name of Carpenter and Repair Shop the Interstate Commerce Commission. torJa fas
citizens by powerful corporations.They -if this course had been followedwe such candidate receiving a nominationfor I I. l
told one another that a dream would have laid the foundation of the office of superintendent of public 9 Darlington Ave. IOrlando q Fla.Bldg. 'i4lyr.F. a

had come true-- powerful political a real party.It Instruction for Osceola county to Inside Furnishings, Screening and .

organization dedicated to economic as is not enough for a new party to the governor ask for his of appointment.1aoaee thvjitate of. Floridaand Cabinet Work Our Specialty., Property Sold on Commission '.31.

well as to political ideals had been claim a preponderance of righteousness. tr. II. JENKINS and

born as by a miracle; and in it they It is not sufficient for. the -purposes The following Inspectors and clerksare
hereby designated to conduct the
saw the coming of an era of prosperity of political success merely to said primary election: D. G. M'KAY REAL SURVEYOR
and justice. And these people arrogate to itself all of the moral Precinct No. 1 : Inspectors H. N. J. W. PRENTIS on.,
what said and gladly made nratton. J. E. Lupfer J. W. Lllley Fraternity Hall
meant they ground, as an army in war corrals the ; AGENCY ;orKlulmmee. w
clerk D. Oulce.
whatever sacrifices premed necessaryto supply' of food or fuel. A new political Precinct No. I: Inspectors KJ.. Pianos, Organs Talking MaefcllSewing .. Fla.
carry forward the flag. party must go to the public with Vlall'. J. *H Branson. Art bran' on; Machiaea. :xraystrtne Block
But as time went on the rank and something definite--a definite meansto clerk. W. i.. Moseley.
file of the progressive party began to Precinct No. 1: Inspectors, r>. H. Sell Land Anywhere CommissionC.
Broadway.W. on
that the line of march had accomplish a definite! and desirable Lanier W. H. Lanier R. I* Overstreet; DR. M. J. HICKS
clerk, J. A. Branson.
mysteriously changed. They had supposed end.The progressive program had some- Precinct No. 4: Inspectors. C. E. *
the gist of the situation in thing of everything it from the Carl.on. P. E. Morgan, O. 8. Watts; PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
in ;
social clerk T. N. Farr. G. HANKINS
America--the cause of our un- rare of babies to the building of a Precinct No. 6: Inspectors W. R. A. COLE Office State Bank Building'Phones
rest and agitation-was the concen- birch-bark canoe. Yet it contained lit Nettles Peter Raulerson Tulee Roberson Office. 41Residence
tration of wealth and power in a few tle which dealt with the actual prob- : clerk, J. R. T>on..ltan. Adding Machines andTypewriters ... : 40
hands of a few p....>T>le. They had lems of the United States in but Precinct No. 6: Inspectors. Randolph Jeweler and Optometrist '
the advance of demo- any Young. J. H. Balsden. A. E. Bass; clerk .
believed the most superficial manner. It was W. A. Drawdy. : .
For Sale.
cracy in this country meant the establishment -I the expression of social aspiration, but Precinct No. 7: Inspectors, J. H. 26
of a jester distribution of not of a social Walker Jr.. J. L. Chandler W. W. BroadwayGet
and that this was I program.We Chandler; clerk W. H. Walker. '"
wealth and power, J. W. THOMPSON i
may affirm in the most earnest Precinct No.8: Inspectors J. C. ,
the fundamental consideration upon way that wages should be higher, and Tlson. T. B. Storey, J. W. TI.on; clerk
which the new party was founded. working conditions better, or that F. *V. Hi ll. DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Your Candies Fresh from the wef
few months from the ROMA THOMAS. Chairman. s
But 'within a
honesty is the best policy; or that the JOHN JOHNSON .
party's birth, all this was altered. Anew Secretary.TampaStomach Dry Good., Clothing Shoes CANDY KITCHEN
atmosphere began to pervade its FUNERAL DIRECTOR "

councils.' The fight against privilege Furnishings 23 BroadwayF.
wail: abandoned so far as national 'andUCENSED
headquarters was concerned. Any one Sufferer Gains 5c and tOe Store on Third Floor C Howe Prop.W. ; '.

who now talked about "privilege" or EMBALMER ,
the distribution Of wealth was called : ;t., 41y

a visionary or a doctrinaire. In the B.
disputes between the consumer and After J. D. CLARK MAKINSON CO. Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. P"f
Weight ,'
the trusts between-labor and the RemedyAlex ", V, ,

trusts, and between capital and labor else, Real Estate Bes.Ir Hardware Cutlery Boat Supplies Klsslmmaa. Fla. ,
headquarters either kept or

took Thus'a the aide situation of capital.was} developed George Defeats Dyspepsia That letter from Mr. George is Broadway and Machinery 1G

"re the rank and file and the more After SngeriBf Stomach typical. Thousands have taken When I. Head of a ':I;

t aical leaders found themselves work- with is Wonderful Stomach Remedy VETERINARY SURGEON L1
DU for Tears.
\ in direction diametrically opposed Just such wonderful results. It IL C. STANFORD CO. ': ...1 n
a O. F. Can -
ng to the dominating- influence. is known its all\ over the country becauseof 4V BASS. For-, . { .

And this Influence was the more pow- Alex George of 404 Hampton avenue merit. Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes, Contractor la Plain and Decorative A. F. RICHMOND ',

erful in that it financed the party Tampa, Fla., after years of suf- Mayr's Wonderful. tomach Remedy Palatine and Paper .
from the beginning to the end, con- fering with indigestion and other clears the digestive tract of mucoid Furnishings and Hanging. Loughman iRoad'Pbow,111.t'

trolled party machinery and furnished stomach ills took a dose of Mayr's accretions and removes poisonous Notions 515 Spnble Ave. 'Phone 07 ; Klaslmmaa.. Fls

backing, largely in proportion to willingness Wonderful Stomach Remedy "just to matter. It brings swift relief to suf ., "I
of the state organizations to :." ferers from stomach liver and bowel ERNEST'G1EEN
stand only for and individuals tr'11. ;'got swift relief and in a short troubles. Many Insist it has saved I ,

that were friendly or at least time found himself gaining in weight them,from. dangerous operations and E. E. MAGEE '
neutral to'large industrial interests. In a letter he wrote: many are sure it has saved their lives. F. H. LAWSON 'Sign Writer aaal Deeeratlvo. .. {',
., In the meantime an extensive pamphlet "I took your sample treatment after Wo want, all people who have Carpenter, and Ballder '' Painter ,1 n" :.
propaganda in defense of the suffering for years with various stomach chronic stomachtrouble or eonatlpatJoa Cash Stare; Job. Work and General Repairing, r
headquarters troubles-pains and heaviness af Saw Filing a Specialty ,Phono ZIJ. '
trusts was organised no matter.of how longstanding: tr
which included:\.bitter'denunciation,of stomach, sourstomach.'an4alliSthe to tIT on. do" of Man's Wonderful .' 10 BroadwayWATERS .. IS DarllagU AT. 'T. '

J : mey one liUido or outside the party forms! of dys- Stomach Remedy-one dose will eon- . !, .'4'L',",.. Agnew W. B. Crawfortt ah
J who ,would not admit that Monopoly pepsisu>: The first treatment, relieved Tiaee 'ywfcU,Thla.i. the jnedicin t so .' : "
was1 the Deep).'. beat'friend/ ill me aacI"I sent'for three bottles more.' many of oar people have been taking V. R. ELLIS VANS AGNEW A CRAWFORD" .J !t1

In 1918 Mr. Roosevelt published his Now I,feel BO free from my old com with surprising results. Th4f moat CARSON GROCERY CO. .. '/ ,"
Autobiography a'further, plaints"I''hardly know how to express thorough system cleanser /we"" ever Electrical CasUractec I ATTORNEYATLAW.e. ,.

[ and exceedingly influential defense of my gratitude. I'an eat.anything May'1.W.nderfultStomach .' j a ..'T- : "O 'leell' E-1-S-s 'OtUena Bank, ... Jl'J
1J.'t .
tnu'"tncBopoty! .principle to general and I, wanYandbavqgained flesh Remedy U' now ,sold here ;by jr. 2. Evfrythiag t* Eat. ; 1' Building d

of,the steel.'corporation in partlt. :Whirl and strang h." -r; ? Roberson and druggists everywhere i:;." ..11t T'-Ul. B iDarBagtea Av.T : l!r ;1I't-! -*1 ,ZIdmForida.. . h';...
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.. i andFt.Qgdeni ...........__ ".; -.. -. .- , -- : 1The.Place Where You ,Get That',Million D ll r"Lo.ok'' ,
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I f I. *about the main 2 o'clock business Tuesday section morning of the town de- ,. ', ;place In which to ioci re help,7ci iitaafion Trrfr&\ ,'10- -.. w

t :.' atroyed. the plant of the Zolfo Truth, rent, bay, .cll or kxchangm anything. "They" U D t ara u te Fd$22.QOsUiT
'*be general store of II; C. Bethea ana .;

imdnone the restaurant of T. L. Godwin.' The coat a trifle and bring quick, turm rault. .,' ... ... .,. ,
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buildings and contents total loss. '
'j ; are a 7. *
; .. The loss) to the'Truth i. about $!&> 'RATES: One cent word each insertion; 25 .. ;
'* ,1000 that of the restaurant about $500 '
meri nto cents minimum charge; fire or
: more
aas byfL "V'BetW's' -buildings stock valued about at $4,000.<<$2,500 and the line 5 cents a line.

..... $ for :
said Mrs.horiUsi. "Jl Fort Ogden Fla.-Tuesday night -- -
ait '', about B 'clock Druggist Smith was WANTED, POSITION-By young FOR SALE-Suburban home one '
,. drawing some gasolene from a tank man 21, who want to makeFlorida mile from depot; good six room
a, when in some manner It caught fire his home. Clerical or assistant house; walls Ilastered. woodwork
i The flames spread very rapidly burn-- bookkeeping preferred, but stained; lights; ONLY
ing the poolroom, barber shop, Frog will accept anything' with chance deep well at back porch >oo ,,.' Smith's drug store Wade Smith's cool for promotion. Can give good ref- water; new barn two outhouses
drink stand and Tom Roberts' restau- erencea. Address "Position," care three chicken houses; five acres of; 'I
i rant. These were almost a total loss. Valley ,Gazette. 48-3t land under fence, half in cultiva- .
,D The Mercantile company lost about tion, balance covered with good pine $1
IM $10,000 with 5.000 insurance. C. Surrounding raw land 15Save
fry.f ; Roberts, P. O. and A. B. Robertson first and investigate later may selling for $200 per acre and up.
*,' Kansas f staved the most of their stock mean disappointment and financial Good deed and abstract. Price _
f CvChaml.tteeland loss. Investigate FIRST your loca- $2,500. Terms. Apply to Box 432,
I.eed agu 4 tion, lands and soils through me. Kissimmee, Fla.
Forest Fires That is the sensible way. Large or
%. i *et small tracts, east or west coast. Ad- GET MARRIED-Best Matrimonialpaper '
Florida 1 u vice also /given from choice locationto published. Mailed free. The $7-Buy your Christmas
4th. f ede Sweep StatesSt. pl .,{InJr. Prices reasonable. -Correspondent. Toledo, O. j g49-3t 1
Highest testimonials to satisfactorywork. Suit at OLIVER'S. Is there
: LADIES $12.00
Write L. Latrobo Bateman weekly making
purchased swamp I IIn,1910 .fires Louis of, Mo., Nov. 27.The forest Agricultural Expert, 144, Bayshore plain gone at home; no canvass- why YOU should '=
and Arkansas reasoa
u Boulevard, , Tampa, Florida. 48-3t ing. you. Particulars and any
have spread to Illinois and tonight - full-sized
pan made acre.wi, practically 1,000 acres of timber in TRUCKER and caretaker for orange Supply Co.apron, Kokomo for 25c, Ind.silver. 48-3t Oook lose $7-every time you buy a :,/<
o the southern part of the states was grove wants position; thoroughly
compan on fire. experienced and furnishes Al refer STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 '

A bridge on the Big Four railroad enccs. W. A Burroughs, Kissimmee for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.50. LQ 1:
Qls,tbs I was destroyed today, blocking trafficon Fla. 47-48 Peach, plum, pear and cherry treesat SUIT or OVERCOATThatt
1 an s the Cairo division. Several saw 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-
groflt e mills and lumber camps are in the FREE TOWN LOTS ON BEAUTIful foot E. Chattanooga, Tenn. 48-tf .;
0tf0 ac path of the flames. Saint Lucic river, Palm Beach - '
n FOR SALE OR what do $22.00 for clothes in a ready-to-wear .tore. Seven i'
r ., county, Flu.; immense profit in EXCHANGE-Forty you every you pay
'atlons' + Crosses Into Louisiana. farming, fruit and truck raising. horsepower, six cylinder, seven passenger of''that--price has been added to your coat to pay jobbers Sand middlemen: profiU-and other nn- ,
ago last) Lake Providence, La., Nov. 27.- For particulars and booklet writeto "Thomas Flyer" automobile. YOU GET NOTHING FOR THAT T.OO..
M.TherCnaml h ,+ Forest Fires originating: in Arkansas, Wm. Sundberg, V-5120 W. 22nd Will sell cheap or trade for necessary expense .

have crossed into Louisiana and ac- Place, Cicero, III, 49-3t stock land or town property. Nel- Seven dollars is worth saving, isn't it? So come to my-shop AND SAVE IT, just as doreas :'
cording, to reports reaching-here are son Realty Co. 48-tf.
ravaging the heavily timbered lands of MALE HELP WANTED of men are doing. You have a right to expect a lot from a $15,00 iuit. Beyond a perfect fit. yon

f 'r West Carroll pariah, Lake Providencein MEN LOOK-We teach you the bar- FOR SALE-Fine tract of good citrus should have the inner qualities that count for durability and permanent, shape-food cloth and

; Laude the adjoining parish of East Car- ber trade and give you position In and trucking land as follows: scientific tailoring- That's what you get when yju get a suit measured by me and made by the :
h roll, is enveloped In dense smoke. our shops in a few weeks. Tools 120-160-40 and two 10-acre tracts, 4
f Boats engaged in Mississippi river free, all for $30. Terms, $15 down partly improved, some have 100
traffic are nosing their way through $15 in ten days. You make money bearing orange trees, located withinone Suit
; the smoke with caution mile of station on Kissimmee $22 Suit
great sound while learning. Write us today. Dundee' Woolen Mills Uor
ing their horns Valley railroad, within four milesof Wr
fog at frequent in- Jacksonville Barber College: 822 W. $ i
ttervals. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 47-3t Fort Drum, on good road. For Only, $
price and terms write R. E. Mc-
Two Towns Menaced. ROOM WANTED-Young single man Laughlin, Fort Drum, Fla. 45.4t 1
0 Muskogee, Okla.. Nov. 27. f
skied -Two desires furnished reasonably Suit is
room Dundee
Meg o a ']r towns Woods and Whitenboro-are close in. Answer quick. B. W. J., I DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. Every guaran-
menaced: tonight by forest fires in theKlamichi Tiller.
care Valley
anteed both make'rand
mountains* of eastern Okla- - by

to homa, and the death today of one man WANTED-Owners of good orange FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story
e00tio i and the Injury of another are attrib- land to furnish me with descriptionand store building on Brack St. North dealer to be absolutely all-wool
9t '\ uted to the fire Indirectly. A. C. Carter net price if yon want to eel]. Kis lmmee. H. C. Stanford21tf
aar' 1 was killed and his father, G. W. N. Miller, over Gazette office. i and thoroughly shrunk. The
\ .carter, was seriously injured when the BUYERS AND SELLERS.I .

'. nautomobile in which they were riding EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINSIn buy sell, rent, and exchange real further
e+r N.;..dini a collided with a street car here. The Orange Grove property, yielding, estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., : guarantee assures yourfirstclass
an 1t ; driver explained he was unable to seethe big income. Send for detailed de- over 30 years. Have handled over
i c I car for the dense smoke trimmings and Workmanship \
yot scriptions. Frank II. Davis Apopka -I 20000001. Call and see me.
of -. Reports from Woods and Whltes- Orange County, Florida. 45-tf I F. A. LEWTER,
I 'boro are meager but it it stated that 46.4t Orlando Fla.ACREA'GET .i satisfactory fit and
... the flames are encroaching. upon both WANTED--Orders for cypress field -
t _, w. town. boxes. Prices right. .Oscoela Lumber -
1 1 q # N.wsovlis anxiously awaited ,here A: Furniture Co. 29-tf service. All for the price of
*! 4 from the town of Woods, in the fire-

swept district ,,of southwestern Okla WANTED $15 for a Coat and Trousers ,
homa. iAfter receivedat
midnight from a message the was 2 Murdered And two experienced promotionmen : '
i. telegraph Woods want large tract to subdivide $16 for Coat Vest add
iM i ii ip it tor of the pipe line company at and sell en commission : or ,

p saying the*flames a from-the the burning wind had forests driven House Set ,'on Firs basfs. Will consider anything up ;i Trousers. We cut out all middleman's

i ,.... fi,Tt' toward the town the wires failed and to 75U: >00 acres; providing-' landIs -
t further' InformatIon was unobtainable. : To' Hide"'C fme well located and accessible

The.telegraph system of the pipe line '" ,..1&baf have you!' Write your Must best.perceatage' . profits, the suit goes
fees a j 'company mnnteation is with the only the Kiamichi means of mountain com-- Miami, FTa.-This- city win* shocked' i I give exclusive contract. .Address, direct from the'mill to
i ii : you'al
Wednesday thenewll' of
Ii region where the fires have been morning fcy Promotion, carsr VaHey-Gazette. ,

:.tmrnintr for three days. the death of Adam. Boggs and Bis take off
Woods May Be Destroyed. daughter, Mar Joel e. 1 we $7-and you save
When the last word came from From evidence at hand the consensus '.
Woods the fires were within four miles of opinion is' that the father and FOR SAIX-One of the finest grovesin '! $7. Don'tforget these suitsH'
t1.Iae of the town sweeping down the Kia- daughter were muTdererfaisd the home Osceofa county:, located only one
t hyg } michi rivers a stream only thirty feet set afire to cover up the crime. mile from City limits. Forty-five I

stride, offering the only possible pro The daughter had been attending ui i acres of best citrus land; twenty CARRY THE
W r ua tection. The employes of the pipe line social gathering in i Miami and returned acres in splendid bearing tree. Fin-
1 .company were organized hastily home;;''which was in' Cocoanut est variety of fruit. You cam get
Ski 33'3. t sent out to cut down timber in the Grove, five miles nouth .f this o4y. this grove direct: from the owner
w E path of the flames.A At 3 o'clock neighbors discovered and save real-estate commissions. UNION LABEL
eon hundred yards from the barrelsof riverwere the fire! Gut the entire Hone was amass Address Box 427. Kisgimme, Ha.' :1.
tanks containing 35,000
'w' 'ius of flames. Nothing could! be
stood the
oil. Near the tanks done until the fire burned itself oat JFK>R SALE-Eight room house, mod
s is 'ten 1 1iA $ 00.000 plant 'of the company and when the bodies were Sound in the ern in every respect, latest decorations :$22 SUIT FOR ONLY $15
the buildings :
'led around it were grouped ruins. beautiful lawn, garage. store H
,.f 4 of of the town. Investigations! show that (tie skactfi house and hennery. Lot 68 by. 168. ,\
U. +v of both parties were fnrctnred jtrst Also 21-foot launch, for sale 104 .
Continues to Spread. t ,
atb 4 above the base and' muse have been: Cherry street 40-tf '
,a mis c Little Rock. Ark., Nov. 27.-Forest done by a blunt instrument. Which takes the risk out of clothes buying and jive yon a Suit that you can prove whea yon
flh'o' i fires continued to spread among! the The whole affair is arrlrowded in PRINTING WANTED. :
i b ,1 ) ; timber in the interior, according to mystery and' every effort is being J i pat it on-prove for fit with your own eyes, and for quality by the label guarantee in the inside
t ti Tom the finest kind of
here The can get printing -
statements received tonight made to discover the call_ and 6.P"
dense clouds continue to hang over prehend the murderer.The at the Valley, Gazette office. pocket Come in and see t If yon are not satisfied that I do justas
1 W t: the entire state. Fire in the canebrakes suspicion or murdhr m.% confirmed We do duality work\: at reasonable .
of Woodruff and, White counties -I by the discoveryof an Band prices. Phone-11 tne next time youwant I say-dont buy. But I know that yowl do what every sensible
to has driven thousands of deer into part of handlewith bland: up_ real printlrgt tfHVR $ '

$ m "% a' the open to slaughter. it in the ruins. From tile remnants' RENT Ten-mom twetory : man will do. You'll buy your Christmas clothes here and save $7.00. t'
Mount Ida reports the burning of a of clothing left beth had been murdered -- .
country house near there. As wires in disrobed for the modern house, garage, stab;.garden ' Suit Overcoat for
.:Into before they good location.Frveroomi : You fet a guaranteed $22.00 or -_ f '
it im- ;
down, was
per. that vicinity are night. Mr. Boggs was known to hove
to learn whether any lives returned home shortly after. o'clock'and : cottage-nicely furnished I,
;'dI* rheas Beautiful: location,,Ane vicar of the)
r day t lost. Railroad companies are Miss Boggs before I! o'd.xk. Ta< I FREE---PRESSING---FREE
'; aim' their line patrols along the fake. j ,
d doubling; fire was discovered' JfcOB"a. m.
; t ,right-of-way to prevent fire consum- We also lave 4O1( acres splendid ( Anyone ordering a suit of clothes from me before .
farming and trucking land with
QuI !ying. their bridges._ More than 2,00,000; persons wore good flowing well, withift 21.4 Christmas will get them PRESSED. FOR AWERIOD OF '

bo j y An African 'frog sounds a call un-' employed in taking; the moat cenf U8.' miles of Klseimrr NelsusrRealty 1, THREE MONTHS FREE OF CHARGE.. This free offer
dij den der water that ran be heard for long in India. Co., Kiastntmee Fla.1OR .
?rmo dole distances. CninaN new mires are exporting: !: j doe not include cleaning, which will be charged extra at
.1t 1 bout five tons of tunjcstM each' RENTV 8-rooas: residence., fjnished > ''
1'mlt., ', In 1900 there were sixty-two beef month to Japan, at about ?Vi. u ton*; $16'';; 5-_ 'l)} ft-roanv the following reduced rate: .

? *.. i city, cattle In the United States for each $9. E. B: Well..real estate andiinsurance i j Spotting __________________________________25c

c.inb Valej/ 100 thirty-persons seven of population cattle to ;each now 100 there of I been The known ants ,in to South construct America, a tuanel have' 802: Broadway.FOR . I Cleaning _______,.__________________________50c
mn J?? ire I three miles in kngtsv SALE:=New six-room.bungalow.
Mhon aen'mo ntJ ._. .. Water bath electric lights, wallsdecorated'
in tiCfany. Best shaded
6azid a- lot in Hlssinunee. brat b* sees


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.;TaIl i n : KILL( GUARD WOUND ANOTHERvagrancy 120 sores P gborn> Jtanction, muck

kflf, t. ,r r:v land, cleared, fenced dltchdV bees.
: te _( and barn Soitable. iter_ .ease,
yt sugar forget we also hasdle the famous ROYAL TAILOR gar ats. If
t; ,, rice you wait SMMtaiaiaifty
arid te
cow hlllP'DetJtftMa
-- peas
j .. r ; >;-One guard was killed ' and it la believed two el canoe for fattening oattU. $8JOO., ; aid rat t ia the latest dewa-to-tke-esJMte. style! at frees $1' u $35, com !Ia aid let us. skew

,j' "' ;.j another Injured in a revolt of i these men are.wanted elsewhere, else Ml Acres at Bovthpott. ,... -
: ; 'L'. f and 'convicts about twenty-five they,would have not; committed1: murder Chiee-os cap .aat mock land.,ane
f f1 gusty.( west,of Pensaeola ,whenwShlrteen with only about: two mar* we eks mile ft nta Te, n1.canal,, -..nettt.sooJ ... : >
f.'.. ;.JDU" north f ...'. Ili : .o'iAL'
r made their ..- i to serve rrove ; .pOS : THE'R
1 '' -.;. prisoners nam of the'guard and I Two guards were in charge of,the c NJU.80N-ItKAL'I'T/CO,,: . .- .Q-'L'IV' 'ED
stepsThe, of their.escape have not I camp.In which there were only,,'thirteen r '" .'!
,"'} .., .. 4'U ;D& cutars rycelved'bereowtng-to: the lack convicts. It was located about HaW. ,..
: r ;1eea. telephone' "eommanlraUon.\\ five Dill,. from' any .settlement: ..doe....... .................. ,.. / ,, :' "j ; .. ;
; of call ortly,after 1 One guard was) overpowered and hisgun .s-----eyea ,pis.ssM <: : At' tails of the ',' ,
'ff 'recel"ed Oea.t Sign Tiger .
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1 1a 'w to the,.eene 1 1'r and pistol.taken from hlaC The os_ eM altos the .MoaeY. : \ : ,
P y 1 LOOn,Monday to hurry ''Ylth ,A.. other, guard, :who.waaleap" awoke a Lisa. Mtn k.tar.Lena.saws tie r.wane..a.M N p.Wae...... ..pIO''ne' 61 ;. l"' .. '>-. ,.,";". Jo :t'15'' .
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; the convictswero .. .
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