Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 4, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00675
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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'"" '' Cattle Stealing Case Consumes ri- Th. 'cltt'coun n 'In regular-session l once.: ,Ju.'.how, won,the city hoses elf
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.,, V1 'V it\ AND EVERYWHERE Tuesday night elected J.. D..' Wood- afford! hook and ladder truck: ... <
.k > XISSIMMEE PROGRESSIVE CLUB PLANS,AN' ENTERTAINMENT' FULL beck at the new councilman to fill to be a matter of doubt. _-

a OF FUN AND NOVELTY:""' VARIOUS FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM .... Much Time the vacancy created by Dr. 'T. M. In reference to a meeting'place 'are no
Rivers' resignation who. term would the firemen the thief was ]
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-. ARE BEING KEPT AS SURPRISE FOR THE AUDIENCE-JOHN M. RING AROUND.
;. not have expired until next April 1. to find a suitable place near the on tH
/ LEE WILL,LEAD THE CAKEWALK. Mary had a littlering, 'twa given SEVERAL CASES CONTINUED TO The election of Mr. Woodbeck cam .gins house If he could, and if the :
her by Joe, JANUARY TERM-W. II. BAR- as a surprise as It was not generally on same is ,reasonable .the fire 260
, Hear. yet Judges: will be appointed from the And everywhere that Mary went NETT SENTENCED TO ONE known that he was an aspirant to mittee will arrange for it
Cakewalk=will.be given by audience to award, first, second and that ring was sure to go. "
; YEAR IN PRJ0N.Circuit' the job.Announcement of the fact ly so that.theboys; can s -Tom4
t ,the End : at theltN third prizes, which 'will be fine, big She took the ring with her one day I without '
rro&'l'ellive'dub '" that .he was an applicant was made headquarters. delay, v ,' -Lej
hall Wednesday evening, cakes of the kind that only mothercan when she went out to tea c court Is still in session and pnblie only after the council had convened 'New Ordinances.. \ aidheavy
make. In addition there will bea Where she might} show it to the will continue of ,the ordinance. :
December 9. likely: for several days and was ready for the balloting Two under fl
I This will undoubtedly: be one of the dozen or more cakes} which will be' girls who numbered twenty- longer as there are a number of cases :. Of the four votes cast he received sideration were I i unanimously: .
largest and most enlivening entertainments sold to the highest bidder. three. bAnd on the docket yet to be disposed of. three the one remaining; vote going at this meeting after their Tstica
that has ever been given in At the close of the professional when the girls all saw the ringthey Some of the cases have consumed a to &: F. Johnson. G."-WV Han- readingiwllhe.: one new 'crop
:; ''Kissimmee, and .one that should interest Cakewalk an amateur Cakewalk will made a great ado. great deal of time, thereby delayingthe kins, who had also been mentioned makes it nnl.Wlutlor hotel men, best '
j every home resident as well as be given, the walkers taken from the And all exclaimed in chorus: "Has" court in the completion of its for the job had no supporters. ters. real estate agents or anyone e state.'
all-v1sitore in our city. Some of our audience, and a cake awarded to the 1 it at last got 'round to you? work. J. D. Woodbeck is also president of llclting( trade to monopolize the

most prominent townspeople will participate best couple. One of the slowest cases and one the board of trade, and he I. a tireless road platforms in the city The ;
; in the Cakewalk and the opening The Kissimmee Progressive club is in which the public is much interestedis worker In behalf of the city's best nance gives. the city' marshal ihlarri.lar
I walk will be led by Mr. John M. desirous of covering all the expensesof I the case against Henry Savage, and most progressive interests. His to designate the "dead line",for, ;;;
Lee, of Kissimmee and Miss Angelina the pavilion which are yet to be charged with cattle stealing. It has election to the council is a matter of parties and in cases of violation { :!
Johnson, of New York. met, and Col.\ F. A. Lincoln presidentof been in progress sin( v Wednesday and gratification to his friends, who feel Instructed to arrest all offenders. S
.' There will also be two leading ladies the club, states that he' has sub promises to consume ,'ost of the day that he will do good public service asa fine for such offense. will be S10 attaq
from Tampa, two from Jacksonville, mitted .a plan of advertising to at- today.... member of that body. live days in JaiL ; !J J
and two are expected from Orlando. tract tourists. This has never been reer Barnett Sentenced. Fire Chiefs Recommendations.It The ordinance regarding the '
r; The Klssimmee band will be out in done here before but would no doubt Another case in which the public for closing' pool and, billiard
r' full and will furnish the music for the aid greatly in filling up our/town with has evinced considerable interest was is evident that the city of Kis- was mended to allow these p1
cakewqlkors as welt as several other winter visitors. The club requires that of H. W. Barnett, charged with simmee has an efficient! conscientious remain open until 12 o'clock :
.,I numbers of the program. Various funds for this purpose and we hope embezzlement. The grand jury re- and progressive public servant in'the Saturday' nights 'only.. All :, W* I Iconri
'I other features will be introduced also I I'J that everyone will Mtfke an effort! to turned three indictments against Barnett person of the new fire chief R. D. nights they must, close' at' 11. .
Fairman. The '
<'J so the audience is sure to find the pro- and' when arraigned this week following communication as heretofore. ;
s with be present at this benefit entertain- which he sent to the council The ordinance regarding'
gram novel and interesting, many he plead guilty. He was given the
surprises. _. ment and help the good cause along. minimum sentence of one year of hard meeting Tuesday night, received ser- closing had its first reading and ,.
---- ---- -- - - - labor in the state prison. i true consideration, and the Improvements passed over to the next regular
1'"r l In delivering the sentence. Judge he- suggests will ...doubtlessly:.meeting for the second reading.Council '
:;. Bird For Sick Baby Killed Out eI I Perkins impresed upon young Barnettin be brought about as rapidly as pos I instructed the city: .

I; + the most kindly manner the serious I lalblv. to prepare an-ordinanc directing
< Season: Cost Father Ten. Dollars A t ness of his offense and said that he Kissimmee, Fla., Dec. 1, 1914. sidewalks be built on the .west.

1 was riving him the lightest sentence To the Hon. Mayor and City Council, of Maple avenue between'. Su
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:; -- Taking a Sun-bath on Graystone Hotel possible in the hope that his future Kissimmee, City, Florida. street and Aultman ...nue.- '
;;' To be ordered by a physician to get! I Buzza pleaded guilty, and was fined Veranda. conduct would merit such lenience. He Gentlemen-In view of the fact Dock Work Finished.-- :
.' .a bird for his sick child to go out $10 and cost. reminded the prisoner what the sentence that you, as a body have seen fit to Chairman of the street CQm ..
'': .' and shoot the bird, and then to be Judge Murphy did not know the circumstances THE VALLEY GAZETTE IS could have been and also re- place me at the head of. your fire department reported that the work on the ;
fined (10 and court cost for violatingthe in the case until Mr. Buzza MIGHTY GLAD TO DO IT minded him that he was being sentenced it naturally behooves me had been completed and that now !;' '
game law was the recent experience had plead guilty and although he only on one indictment, that to to highest city had a dock that would ,
{;.e of Glenn Buzza of this city. had no other choice than but to fine We are coming back to Kl..lmmee; the other two stood against him and ciation express in being you thus my: honored appre-and purposes for several) :years. The ,
7 Mr.: Buira's baby boy was convalescing Mr. BULLS, he was righteously indignant FI..thdee.n.orh'la: growing cold if the court saw fit'he could be .tried beg leave to assure you that t will to the city was nearly $1,200; as '

from a very serious illness that such a case should have In Where labor for .our ,,"old. on those. ever strive toward the upbuilding, efficiency dock (had to be practically ,. :
Y' when the doctor prescribed a bird. been brought into court. It is Judge We are coming we down to KlMlmraee; Other Cases. and general improvement of When work was begun there it .
;4 .,. The distracted father. knew that the Murphy's opinion that a great many Where the air !I. oft and sweet. Other cases before the court to date thin department. found that the pilings. atrinpn"
i season was not at theme more willful and deliberate violationsof The dear. outhla.nd. entire foundation .uln.a
game open However I constrained to
have been am .
: say
There we'll stay our tired feet.
f but he had the physician's assurance the law are going on daily. condition that all new timber
game so
We are coming to KlBSlmmee; State vs. David Varner. Plead guil- that I find this department is entirely .
"I' that he (the physician) had the He on goodauthority.thatftreMing to be- used, for the top of 'the :
; And old friends we hope to see to aggravated assault. Sentencenot inadequate for a city this size in*case
authority to order the ,bird and that in sections Kind dP'iotlo.e remember.' shake' with me.We ty yet passed. of n serious conflagration and In 'or- and,[mych,.of.,the foundation\ ,,/

in such an instance no prosecution!''across the lake has been indulged In 'are comtnir dear Kl..tmm_; State vs. Sigmund,Kaiser.: Break der to Insure the necessary protectionI -
-need,be feared., So Mr. Buzza shoul' Though with* sorrow and regret ing and entering; Tried and convicted. would suggest the addition of a hook
v = 'went forth and killed almost nightly since the season We must leave our homes and ladder truck :
To be sentenced later. as soon as practicable NOWARWX
birdjust And dear here and yet- ;
the one. Somebody saw ed and that the law is further Just print our one.name please State vs. Adam DeHaven. Enter- as this would enable the department -' t'i
I; ., i him do it and reported the case to the by game being shipped out open-I In the Klsslmmae Valley Gaiette. ing without breaking with intent to to better cope with fires in the i
% 'game warden ana his arrest followed. without commit felony. Plead guilty. Not taller buildings.
county
persons .
J. H. BuU.Colch..ter.
%' ,The case was brought before CountyJudge -Mr and Mrs.
that I deem'of
Another matter
sentenced. extreme :
I Mr. itasii I required by taw.r444404 N. V, STAMPS
last
week. r'
oi..r. Murphy one day. :. I State vs. Joe Palmer. Aggravated importance is the taking cart of
OOOOOOOOOt.OO..O. Ot O.. the, hose belonging to the department ,
: assault. Ordered to county Court. ,
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OOOON State vs. James Illnson. Assault under the. present conditions I '
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i'iiiU7RbAD 0 BOARD TO MEET *
: COUNTY that"various ones are at-libertx "to :POST-OFFICE!
TRUCK' GROWERS MEETING, with intent to murder. Case continue LOCAL' HAS
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.<, until January term. make use of the department's1' BEEN SUPPLIED WITH
0' ; 0' The'regular monthly:;:meetiny'0O Stealingcattle. for different.purposes! and in the past I
Osceola'Countr Fruit .nd'. State vs. John Padgett. ,AND PERSONS AFFECTED :
: WORK SUSPENDED r The of the, board of county controls-- serious loss has been incurred by: leavetog I
Continued to January' term UNABLE COMPLY.
Truck Growers'.association has a 0 sioners will be held next Monday 0 it laying out for some time.I I TO ,
I because of of 'of defend. I.
one
: regular:.meeting tomorrow tSat4'urdsy 0'at 10 o'clock in the court house.' 4ant's illpess am reliably informed that new The new war tax hai"hero"the .
principal witnesses.
[ .' Capt'.' H OR fir nstrong, who'has + ) morning at. 9:80 o'clock 0 i 0.: Tuesdaymorning-at the same' State 'John' and hose has been, left out in the open as Jed of much discussion this week ?
Thompson
? ,' of the construction O in the hall. A full attend- vs.
: been in charge city o hour the school board meets st 0 others. Assault and battery. Order long as six week or more at a time.. has caused no little confusion in'
work of the South Florida and Gulf o ante of the members is desired. I 4> the court house in monthly session. 0 ed to court. I I trust that you will lee fit to adjust business,circle.*. "
0 county .
& r railroad, running from Whittier to o O O. this satisfactorily all concerned.I .Local people have been : tip1 /
week ott.O. O.OOO OOOOO .
this Civil Cases.Wm.
stated wai in the city the road had I'0. . . . . -'_ . . . . .!' would also suggest! that you put ed In 'not being able'to get ti
, and that work on 9VVVVVV99 9 V Sargent vs. S. J. Triplett and back into service the three iibse reels comply: with,the.requirementa'of
been suspended for the present but HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS IN -- W. B. Harris, damages. Motion for and keep same in reserve to be used war tax bill. Under,the law.the ;
r 'will be. started up again in a short WILL PLANT SIXTY opening docket and same granted by in case of emergency. This can be lector of Internal ,revenue Is 1
time ,under new conditions. ACRES IN TOJMATOESJ. court. shed the
fi done by building adjoining to- .upply.a sufficient quantity of :
Capt. Armstrong salted that Mr. F. SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST F. O'Berry and his son, J. A. Lillie Osborn vs. Southern Colonization hose tower as the cost of this wouldbe stamps. to-the local postmaster for '31.franat
of the .
Colonization B. Lynch, president has Southern a I ... O'Berry, of Whittier, have leased six- company, damages. Dismissed. I very small .since the Mty has all use of the public, but up to date he
I with company A. E. Demayo, of New ty acres in Dade county, below Miami, Guy R. Cooper vs. Southern Coloni- I the material necessary for this work not done so; and although a
contract The Stenolakee and Utopian literary zation company, damages. Dismissed. hand. local ordered
t which they will plant In tomatoes for of people stamps
.''York, to take entire charge and complete societies of the city high school are the early spring market. Mr. O'Berrywill Criminal cases yet to be tried according !- I also beg to call TOUT aTCentTon to from the collector in .
a the work. Mr. Demayo's con- rivals in a friendly contest inaugurated divide his time between Kissim- to Indictments returned by lon fact that the"" rfiemb"ers of the de- sending the money therefore:; P
that he is to begin
tract ,
: .stipulates this week for the purpose pf Securing mee and Dade county so that his Interests grand jury: \ are in need very much of stamps have.not,'been received'
'\,i not later than will December remain as 20. Captain subscriptions to the new hvill: not be neglected. State vs. Ben Rice, murder 'in first rubber boot. for use In night service. Those who are required'by: : .

Armstrong of the school paper. Th'i; week J. A. O'Berry went cross degree. This would materially increase the efniency use the stamps are "up in the ,
..,.\-\' gineer, and general manager It has been decided by the school cow .try to Miami, taking teams and State vs. Ray Gooding et al,. shoot of the department as well as because 'of this condition,being ,
road faculty and pupil 'to charge a small tools: to begin preparations for plant ing into occupied house. protect the men when compelled to bus to .comply with the law but
Flor-ida ; subscription price for the paper so drag the tt-mato crop. work in the water during the winter.A ing it Impossible because of, the :
as to establish it on a -supporting Meeting Place.In of stamps. ,
.pletod. basis, and in order to secure these RECREATION PIER LOCAL SPORTSMENBAG conclusion I would. further call It Is probable' .that the .
subscriptions in the shortest practi- I APPROACH FINISHED your attention to the personnel of the with which' this law became'
PLAY TO BE cable time membera"of the literary department! They are very, anxious tire rendered it practically: .
SCHOOL societies agreed to solicit for them. I Carpenters finished;; ; the work on the PLENTY OF GAME that you should make an appropriation for stamps to be printed and dret
'' As a stimilus for work it was also dock approach this week arid now the each month to the end that they ed on time. From press dispatches
GIVEN DECEMBER 18 agreed that the society getting the I I entire structure is complete. Close to may be provided with a suitable haltor government is disposed to be .
a largest number of subscriptions 1,200 was spent by the city in -rebuilding Since- the opening of the hunting room in which they can hold .their toward those who are making an :
a' should be entertained by the losing the dock but it was money seas n on November 20 quite a num- weekly meetings for the transacting of est, effort! to comply: with ,the',
+ Prof. if. M., a announces that side at the completion of the contest.It well spent and now the city has a ber of parties have gone out from the business of the department.At therefore no trouble Is likely: to 1"t'I'
i the Osceola Hgih school play for the is proposed to issue the school dock that will dox satisfactory service Kis mmee and returned with varyingsu present the men have no placeat from non-compliance until>the
1 benefit of the Boys' Athletic associatlonjwill paper about the fifteenth of each for several years. To make a pleas /eea. Among those who have beenmost which they can meet or at which sary. stamps are supplied, .
'*. be given on the night of school month during the school term. ant recreation pier"as well as a successful are: they can gather or have .ny privacy:
December 18 in the school auditorium. I The ichool societies are planning to tical convenience the Kissimmee Progressive Mrs. Geo. N. Saunders and Mrs. as to their drills and exercises which
; Membersof the literary societies compose -. make the Christmas edition much club has erected a substantial Eames, who went out near Lake Alligator constitute a great part of their train- BAPTISICONVENTI'ON( 4
the cast and they are rehearsing larger! than the first number and it pavilion over the dock proper. and bagged two fine turkey Ing.Since
,i'' -laughable cfcmedy, "The Merchant of will contain new departments and I gobblers.Will taking charge I have msttfiuU
1 Venice!, Up-to-Date,. for the occasion.! special features.J. ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTMACHINERY McCool, Will Makinson and ed a number of minor but vital improvements PENSACOtA'-NEXT w
It is announced also that the ON WAY and each member has ,
killed five and deer -
I R. GOODMAN TAKES guides turkeys a .
.' Christmas holidays, will begin on I MAhKITA taken oh new life, attending the drills ,
vM' r"' December' 19 and" continue until January OVER PARLOR Superintendent Joiner, of the elec- near Lake Gentry. I and practices regularly: and ,In> tHe The Baptist state convention '
' 4,' 1015.; giving the school a full I deal consummated this week tric light plant, had a message from F. S. Ledbeter, J. F. Clarkson and ,I' most prompt manner meeting all fire in annual 'session on ::
was Ga. Wednesday thattie G. "B. Lawson shot Ave turkeys at
: ;two-weeks' vacation. Albany saying : calls made on them. next week in Pensacola. C. A.
H; ; i whereby J. W. Goodman purchasedfrom .engine and dynamo ordered Canoe creek. I ,
new all of the
I Assuring you that the above is of this ,city president
T. Bass the Parlor Mar-
:::7Jd 4en:: ket and Henry Grocery located in the War for the plant had reached that point O. C. McLean. A. D. Story, Maurice most respectfully: submitted in' the vention, and will preside at the.
:ri i(, Children ing building Broad way,. Mr. Goodman on its -way south. It i. expected that Tlndall. J. K. Milliard and others good of the department' and asking ings., air
K : the machinery will reach Kissimmeein '
ministers'A
is experienced market and whose names we failed to get, hunted I your earnest consideration ''of these The state
an
'I"J tt4: ,rThe Valley Gazette will be 0Lr having had several a few days now. three days and returned home with matters, I beg to subscribe myself. meets on Tuesday before, the
Ogltd to publish your' letters to .1 yean'grocery experience man in both lines, and his JUDGE MURPHY ISSUED four deer and four turkeys. Yours obediently, tion with Dr.'A. J. Holt
fyi + Santa Claus and cordially Invite. O friends predict success for him. in this 280 HUNTING LICENSES Young Tindall and party barged R. D. .Fairman, Dr. Holt and Mr. Canon leave
'..' 4 an, the little boys and girls in venture. seven deer in a few days hunt on Pen- Chief.I slmroee next Monday morning
I'l'S!(' !. the.county'to send! their Christ- Mr. Bass- will hereafter devote his During November County Judge T. newa creek. I Will Inquire the Cost. pert to be in Pensacola. until" ', the' '*
|V *:mal letters in. + entire time to his wholesale meat and M. Murphy issued 260 county: hunting A party from Apopka, with Ennis The council in discussing the chief's urday following. a :
'; h. week's if O issued during this timeand : the convention also, as a'
'.published in next paper were Qvenonresident' bucks near Mizelje ford on Bull creek.
all one..and should be
weN good church ,
live of the local Baptist
Claus will have WAGON AND AUTO licenses The total income .
'* Santa -
-j',; 4 you can. so Tell COLLIDE ON TURNPIKE these J. E. Lupfer, L. R* Farmer, J. H. carried out as far at the city Is financially .'
from $600.KISSIMMEELIBRARY
'\"'. ,. lots of time to>> read them.; was Prather and Geo. W. Overstreet killed able.- It was voted to give the KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS: ,
:;:t. *'him,aU th.-things your little,* deer the south end of Lake fire chief all the hose ..TO ELECT OFFI ;
:'. hearts desire for he is a-Ana old ,+ ..Whl.,..driving to;this idty: from \ . two at supervision over ,.. ,
ati\ i*, Santa Claus and will do his beet + Whittier in his.auto last,Wednesday, ( ac"> <,"3 i t, HAS, .NEW' BOOKS.. Alligator 'f. owned by the city and he.was given "No. 'it. fJ '
J Park Friendship'lodge,
;it.' *. Capt..-,c.. Armstrong: had, ;"r+:tr ... 'that1;you'-get1 what yon. O, to collide with a wagon loaded .The lUedmmsary ha.Jan$ received Orlando party headed by Judge J. M. keeping the hose. 'Also the fire committee of<.Pythias,.'will .bold -the .....

1.:1InU1k'I, . '.i. with' orange pickers' ladders;' which a nu.-ber'of new books,: including Cheney killed a deer, each on Ten Mile of council ,was. instructed' to of officers'Wednesday I '
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.+, : :: -. '" for 1>14. ,which time:,they will
1.. ... resulted disastrously.for the machine: many of the late novels. Anothershipment I ereek.'V.t -- -- r : look into the cost-of rubber boots ate '
., +7..Of01000Y1T0'TEL4" *aq th..a.... and the ladders.'' ,The, col. is''expectedto; ,\ arrive in \a .. Game Warden M.LCareen, la authority the fireman and to get prices on hook aupper., :
i'L 'What's.rt chap is Johnson- Helen occurred on the narrow turnpike few days.: : /* Ji I *for the statement,;.that since and ladder crocks of the size the city "All maabere:,are ,requested-. .-1.
1I.' of.a 'two men In road:between the city and the ceme i > vlait.on.to.thel: 'a'tyq fwW-have notet the opening: of the gams Mason there would require.' Council members pre.nt'' -- ". ..
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sraand 'week. IL E. .v.i;, ; ;: i lmh -r.- ...:.: .!
i Col. {Is manager of.the -- .HO""' ..,
I! I t n.w store and its location is at 1181-2, It is'needless to suffer' any longer, "
American ecordingin I' 'Broadway, in ,th* newjniley building. with'rheumatism-.-be aicrl- J.;

In* to atlas _fcrt*' t With ..new building and an entire up,!and,;bent;;'oyt;l'of, shape with, Its
''oi'' 'DeW, stock; thai I management-has arranged heart.-wrenching pa ns, when you can. ,..
by | ".. a store so attractive as to in- 15 tti surely avoidit. "JL : I,
otocking., .' 'tenat'th.*most., casual passerby and Rheumatism conies 'from weak inactive "
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std Mr.b ma', store whichaddsgreatly to the kidneys; that fail to filter from ,,4

call the ;althorities appearance of(, Broadway.. Manager the blood, the poisonous waste mat
H. E,: Cole' Is> man who has had ter'' and uric acid) and it is ussiest to '
'" :' ;, thirty years'of experience in the Jewelry rub' on liniments'' or take ordinary 4 '
t > Una and knows the business from remedies to relieve the pain. 'This

e ., .beginning.to end., lie is also an expert . only prolongs the misery and can't '.
*oLD: optometrist and will make a speCialty possibly; cure you. 4 I"r

hl l of,this work, the store floor r The only way to cure rheumatism'
rX having been so laid out as to have a is is to remove the cause. The new dis.
AND regulation size optical room where Croxone, does this because; it t
eyes can be tested'and fitted with neutralizes and dissolves all the poisonous ,
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'glasses.As' substances and uric acid that '.
ansas'j : to the line of goods the store lodge in the joints and muscles; to '-:'
C.a CbamI.ged will" it includes a big variety of scratch and irritate and cause rhea I, :

ag ? .high grade jewelry, table silver the I matism, and cleans out and strengthens 1'/ eompsny', r"Florida well known Rochester ware, cot glass, the stopped-up, inactive kidneys, ;
the mail ." hand-painted China, toilet articles in so they can filter all the poisons from
1' ,- -eilvet-and -ivory, ate. A special line the blood and drive it on and out of
the feder"f "of. Christmas goods is being put In the system. .
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for the -- - -
Th trade also.
: holiday
go '
Croxone is the most wonderful
i'puset.wsm < Until a few months ago Mr. Cole was Santa Rosa county-T. J. Fenn, CARD OF THANKS. medicine ever made for curing -chronic = .
IIn19f0 I 'connected with the C. A. Cole jewelry PERSONNEL OF FLORIDA !i Milton; W. A. McLeod, Milton.. rheumatism, kidney troubles, and ';.

,' ;)store, so he knows the local field and I I St. Johns county-A. E. Wilson St. i We wish to express, through the bladder disorders. You will find it '.,

'an' acra.,< + already has many friends who have Augustine; Jno. W. Davis, St. Augus. i columns of your paper, our most pro- different from all other remedies. 'N,
made wi| sold that they are glad he is going LEGISLATURE FOR 1915 tine.
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: : found appreciation of those who assisted There is nothing else on earth like it.
Into( I
business
and have assured him
,oompanotb.1 .St. Lucie coynty-A'. D. Penney, Ft. It matters not how old you are, or '
..affa.o'an w,that they. will become customers. I The following members constitutethe DeSoto .count-W. C. I P.erce. I during the serious illness of how Ionic you have suffered it is i';
f Yr next legislature of Florida, to assemble Arcadia. Langford, Sumter. county-H. O. Collier, Ox- our uncle and cousin, Preston II. Rinc- practically impossible to take it into '''

$65 at Tallahassee first Duval ford. hart. We wish to thank the young the human system without results. ,
on the L. Jacksonville
EXPRESS county-F. Dancy, I'
profit a ', COMPANY ASK I Monday in April, 1915: : ; S. C. Harrison Jacksonville Suwannee county-Cary A. Harde-e, ladies of the M. E. church society for You will find relief from the first few
000 Live Oak Geo. E. Hawkins Wellborn.
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a ; doses and will be surprised how
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The members of the senate marked Escimbia cnuntyWillianIlurten their beautiful floral tributes, also you

-th...boneago Ian :FOR EARLY SHIPMENTS thus *, are not "colored" as in directories bach Pensacola) ; Robert Anderson-, Volusia Taylor county-W.county-J. E T.: Cade Cash, Seville Perry.; the male quartette who rendered at quickly will end.all your misery and suffering ''I
select and
neither Pensacola. our request most
la. : are they superannuated M. O. Putnam, Oak Hill. appro-
The _ but just the old; or 'holdovers. Franklin county-J. H. Cook, Ap- 1' Wakulla county-W. H. Mapoles, priate music. Also the kind and sym- An original package of Croxone i
.CJam ,. Believing; that the best service can THE SENATE alachicola. I IGadsd Laurel Hill.Washington. pathetic calls of Pastor Holt and Rev. costs but a trifle at any first-class '

!lbe secured through its employes ex- District 1R. A. McGeachy (Santa n county-J. G. Sharon, county-L. A. Brock, Chiholm and to Mr. S. I.. Lupfer, drug store. All druggists are au- '
;-tnagw Miami; erring;; every. effort to assist the pat-I Rosa.) Quincy; W. J. Gray, Hinson. {'I) Chipley, R. F. D. No. 2. the entire care of burial and ship- thorized to sell it on a positive money- ''
) rons' of the Southern Express District 2-John B. Jones (Escam- Hamilton county-L. A. Gibbs '! Seminole county-Forest Lake, ment of body. back guarantee. Three doses a day i
audsrLai pany," second vice president, E. M.I bia.) Jasper; John E. Scaff, Jennings. I Sanford.' (Signed) for a few days is often all that is '
Williams, in charge of traffic, has is- District 3-'B. H. Lindsey ( Walton Hernando count;*-M. .,. Dawson, J. F. GILBERT and \Daughter, ever needed to cure the worst back-
.sued to the 4.000 agents of the Southern and Holmes.) i f.rroksville.. '- I MRS. BELLE MODIE. ache or overcome urinary disorders. ,'

Express Company a "General Re- Distiict 4-R.. A. Willis (Jackson). 1 Iillahorough COU.1tV-\\ T. :Martin'! UNCLAIMED LETTERS:
,minder' on the holiday business Die'Hot; ,>- S. P. Roddenberry Tampa; George H. Wilder, Plant City. ,

} ,.1914, in which he urges upon the (Walton, Franklin Liberty. ) i I, 1 I'olmes 'ou"ty-\V.. G. Watford, AT THE POST OFFICE ",-
( ''thousan'ds of employes of the company D'strict f-Y. L. Watson (Gad den) I E-to.

Ay the importance of making the. Christmas District 7J. H. Drane (Polk). II .1'i-V-m, county--Ellis F. Davis, t" r The Place Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars
shipping season a success District 8---A. S. Wells ( Leon i Vi,< 't, na ;; J. H. Shoemaker, sr., Cot- I I
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:t through their personal efforts. j'tnct"Fn.d I) r.. Stringer (Her- t"". Kissimmee, Fla., Nov. 30, 1914. .
'>*'elded i't One of these "Reminders"! has boen'received nando. Citrus i
o r by H. E. Bailey, local agent I District I in)-('. E. Davis (Madison: ). :nticello; R. J. Hnmrick Monticello. ending December 13, 1914. FOLLOW THE CROWD TO -
;,, clal for the Southern Express Company in District: 11W. F. Himes. LaFayette county-T. J. Handley, Blount, Frank; Brown, Mrs. Mamie; i!'
'I alon this city, who has posted in it a conspicuous I District 12-J. M. Gronto (Taylor Mayo. Carlton B.; Cimerson, George; Green 1 t
t Lula; Hanes, Dave; Harmen, Ray, I'
place in the receiving office and LaFayMt Lske countv-J. A. Hanson Lees-
'of the company. There it will nerve District 13-*F. M. Hudson Dade, burg: - Edge -. :Mrs.; Hunt L. II.; Johnson, Bob;

as a reminder to its employs! and at Brevaid. Palm Beach and St. Lucie). Lee county -R. A. Hendry, Fort Johnson, M. A.; Kingsbury, B. W.;
wait' i 1. the same time will show the patrons District 14-H. L. Plympton (Co- :Myers. Latcy, Mrs. G. C.; Rogers, G. T.; i j THE ( LIMITSTORE ;
I I Leon J. L. Tallahas- Runion, Edward; Soule, Charlie; I I ,
;R the spirit of the company, as expressed lumbia) county- Neely, ,
Miss Mattie Willson A.
\ SPP Dr. E. E. Strickland Micoosukee. Thompson, ; ,
by an official, with reference to District 15-'A. Z. Adkins (Brad- ; ,
handling the great rush of business ford.) Levy county. -J. C. Weimer, Levy- P.; Williams, Mrs. Ethel May. .
B. B. Postmaster.IF .
.incident to the Christmas !season. District 16--J. E. Calkins (Nassau ville. SIMPSON I
)hetof ). Liberty county-
: x District 17J. B. Johnson (Suw- I !Madison county-R. L. Milliner, YOUR CHILD IS CROSS.. .
M A: STATE OFFICERS VISIT anee). Mad'lon; F. M. Henderson Pinetta. FEVERISII, CONSTIPATEDLook :

District 18-Ion L. Farris (Duval). !Manatee county-A. M. Wilson,

ed WOODMEN" CIRCLE'HEREMre ( District 19-*Arthur E. Donegan Miakka.Marion county-W. J. Cit- Mother! If tongae is coated, Come See Our Big NewTnyoEPT /

(Seminole District,20 Orange-Glenn and Terrell Osceola(Manion). ra: W. T.. Henderson- Lynne.Crosby, cleanse little bowels with "Cali" f ,_._ l lI
of
county-C. Key
: Cora S. Fielding, 'manager of and Sumter). Briar the children. They will be
the Woodmen circle District 21-.1. S. Blitch (Levy). West; A. . Mothers rest after "
and Mrs. Marion Nassau county-Harry Goldstein, can easy giving amazed at the thonsatfds of toys
District 22-Dr. J. R. McEachern
; Gilbert district i "California of because ina
organizer both ofJacksonville Syrup Figs,
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Fsrnandina! ; H. A. a r
rep ( \ .' : stopped in'j Kissimmee (Jefferson). JoneIlLCallahan.Orange few hours all the clogged-up waste, oa display. Bring the "kiddles"
!tc District 23W. M. Igoo (Lake). county-A. B. Newton, Win- i
.for a day last week while ;, sour bile and fermenting food gentlv
'visiting I ter Garden; Samuel S. Griffin, Or the holiday rush begin*. They '
District 24-J. N. Fogarty (Monroe ;
lodges in this section of the state lando. moves out of the bowels, and you have
"and, met with members of the l local and. District25 Lee). ..A.: Osceola county-N. C.. Bryan' Kis- a well, playful child agin. better advantage and have a more :'
J. McClellan
circle called to discuss Sick children be coaxed ..
; subjects of needn't to .
I slmmee. *< enjoyable time. ,
; r : 'vital, importance to the',work. Mrs. (Washington, Calhoun and Bay). ''Palm :'Beach covntyH.: L. Bussey, take this harmless "fruit laxative." t
Gilbert was here last June to help ref District 26-W. S. Middleton (PuGnam West Palm Beach-- Millions of mother keep it handy because -,

p ,organize tlm. had dwindled this sirs to, three which members.at that District). 27F. 'M. Cooper (Man I Pasco eoupty-O. N. WIlliams. Dade stomach they, liver know'its and bowels action is promptand on the I A Wonderful Collection of Dolls "

y rVh i Since her visit the atee ansi DeSoto). City.Pinellas
Increased to twenty-nine membership with has District 28J. B. Conrad. returned I county-F. A. Wood St. sureAsk From the littlest to the biggest-dressed and nndrewed=including aO
a number Petersburg.Polk your druggist for a 50-cent bot-
of applications for membership (Volusia). ,I i I county-R. W. Hancock, Fort tle of .California Syrup of Figs," the new characters and jointed doll A complete fathering that will ,
District :Max M. Brown
a : ) tit yet to be balloted on. The women and Baker 29).- (Clay !Meade; Re4d Robson Fort Meade. which contains directions for babies, delight Jour little firlThen there are soldier, cannon, guns, cIru-, :

'i ,S composing workers the and circle it are is all enthusiastic District 30-W. H. Greene (Hamil- Putnam hfrc--Kenxie.j. Tilghman, children of all ages and for grown- animal of all l kind for the little boy Also automobile, go-carts, :.,

f Th Steady growth. enjoying a ton). P:1: '.atka; H. B. : ; Palatka. ups. wagons, trains, games, fire engine, bone, toy furniture, etc. Come .'

.* On Tuesday afternoon of this week District 31- L. W. Zim (St Johns). and see die biggest display of toy in Kiuimmee.
4 the regular business session of the District 32-D. G. Roland (Afach- \ '

' circle was held, and Mrs. Catherine ua). TAKE OUR PROFITS :...
6 {'} I XIcKehley initiated into the circle. THE HOUSE G
so
,1I i"> On Tuesday, December 15, the R.n'JIual The following is a list of those who
iu '). the House of i PERSONS & I
L election of officers will be heldand compo Representatives RA1NEY
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; at the January meeting follow- Florida legislature, at the session

is dirtied m ing a public Installation will be held. of 1915: I- In Live at the Hillsboro AT THE RED FRONT STORE. II I
of fw "f! i Mrs. George Saunders is guardian of Alachua county--J. C. Adkins, When Tampa, Ii
i' ta the circle now, and Mrs. G. W. Best Gainesville. If. C. Parker LaCrosse.
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ti'' f dL clerk. Baker county-'W. D. Mann, San- Comfortable rooms, good meals, prompt and courteous service i

derson. and a warm welcome. Absolutely fireproof; everything ,".
., PRESTON. II. RINEHART. Bradford county-A. D. Andrews, thoroughly modern and up-to-date; prices fair and reasonable. -
Raiford, J. H. Williams, Stark
DIED-Preston H. Rinehart depart- Brevard county--John B. Rhodes, In the Center of Things Two DinlngBooms no w open

.v ad- thir lib Sunday November 29, Melbourne. B..k., coat kouM. club I .tore.. port Tti new I.dir and pntleme.' da'ma
: B 1 1914. Ills funeral services were'! held : Bay county-T. F. Bryton, LynnHaven. office and aka public jmildini. ar. Bear room 0. Ih.lop door uau..117 pl..s aq
lc w f e at the residence of Mrs. Belle Moodi, tlx HUUboro-tn ny of them acrouthe ai.ar. cool ad afordint a caw view of rf
3 I Iron or just anrapd lh. corner. Direct thu dtr and, suburb,. Ia tte tion
'; ., i his late home, on Tuesday, and his Calhoun county-C. V. Varnadore, .""1 car erric. to Union Station. Handpaid t. p.m.. Grill ,oom la b..m..I.
G remains were shipped to Ohio, where 'Altha. ,,. to and from boats aod traina tree New chef and nev corps of waitara Only
all his latlvea are buried. r od.r:... Porter meet all train. tba beat of food .aerred in either; room. 1
Citrus county-J. E. Stevens, Crystal ....... betterecomiBOdntkieM ;\
Mr. Rinehart was born in Centerburg While ray sort In to take cnreol aneato vrlttMrat reaerreHene. .
River. be lvea U IUM taw days In ndrance.
caD you drop ue a a I :
aitddla Ohio. Oct. 22. 1842. He spent I, Clay county-E. D. Prevatt, Green ,
HILLSBORO HOTEL i
t, i, his boyhood on the farm of his father Cove Springs. L. B.Akins... ?. p. Driw. iil:
d ) 1' John Rinehart'! and while, school Prs.ld.nl. TAMPA. FLORIDA atwa4n. \
yet a Columbia county-J J. Paul, Water- "
k. boy: enlisted in his country's service, town,, D. G. Rivers, Lake City. Jffl i' ia "
du ,. ; -ai d- served through: the civil war, Dade coxinty-R. E. McDonald Mi- J'' 1 .'.
''r j without furlough, in the United I ami. r

4a B States army and was honorably discharged no ..,.. .. _. ._ e
its. !its
a- at close He was married -
U-dl dmo ', October, 1867 to Miss Laura ;1
Diversified Are Safe
del Updike. with whom he lived eight- Plantings! Plantings.

'., )men t3t> oo brou.a4eylnhtirfenn separated I' IM/.ra-a iar DI-.i&-.. _. .rr aY.l se rur'AM w.fit-1 __ Y.V ft ssas "' _s
gal clt 4 4ef a aftir eI-.I... r."r sea 5r..W
f that time and since this he has made ----el-r al aw+s 4 pad-Ia.pw ar WrYliler.wwNr.e. .
;; tin d :,hla home wjth his cousin Mrs. Hoodie, figs v A..w PniI.....ttel..e.t ........Tn. aM Sir.hhlry II... ... 0r..IUWe S 9l j 9fvdoA'niao, '
k and her husband and since' the death DhwaiIcadM: 11_ Aacndhe a jJift <
1 ro4b f of the latter, has continued to live .run_b aa"waw .tl.a..arils r awls- awe T.Ma.m-assts d_ r.ds-re dsJ1.,- .el=t ,
e t" j .q .rl e.s.& -' .u.nw LPdar.M star brad, srrt a.d.e.ue..r.-rT1.Mr.Yar .
;jat'tb* home of his cousin. He leavestomourn =-==tuts bsi a..d mm m.a... :----"C.: = := ..r w or r ._
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his loss, two brothers on. rwr' I il .__ N.nbw..4 r__ r }!
ii iniiii.i nmnilMi iln.i | iiinil all e.J il I HMkaMeiy na m
I sister and nine nephews and eight jr.7aii myrq *.-/.r ee a.> aae.o aw ao.,am be bsyy* ** ** .,er Y sra .. r r..air s. ,
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p4 s. Jw- n.adsd.i b..NW p.1.I..r.ad .J' ,i
f' ti ,,'njeces.! Isle SiirSka Pals...Staple as BnCMefnUtT GrlEag'.1J.cd i Trees are 'Teslei.lVfa.1 sad'True'. -for the entire family. Everybody in the home enjoy' 'f
II. lived honorable
an life, and while ....... ..._ - .... ..... ---- .. can .
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himself ...l---- -emS - .w - ,
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believing .
Ev ai strongly .a.. -/.a d.md s p-.Is_- -r.brw cob caw..dra.bb/r. Crr,Iruo.a.ra ;
in the Bible and t .--11- _ by ..s.I-dw.Y.m 5..5 .
Christianity, and
Tai J cow..d w had b..s.seas ...a.d.. ---_r_ = b. .rq.lY- ..a.m.+ 7foo-----_w
t avowed: his personal faith in Jesus . ._ Twr.rdeew a.r.r rr.ra.a..a..ra.ae straws prat.... n.- _i+I.Irrnw cos VIRTU'oLo''
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k ,l Christ.' ,, se" T..... :
lIt ; While lime In Kissimmee he has '--- .11.... ..rc..tMr. n.w. .

,led a quiet, peaceable. life, and departs (ANNOUNCEMENTS.or( J ED MILLER BUYS M.r--::.::::- -or _ THE INSTINCTIVE f.ft
; :: .thoGt\an\ enemy' ,His funeral...- SECOND-HAND STORE ap.yi4)I..M.q ( r
,visa,was.attended bylhJoeal Grand ROft.V :RtSTe %DR/T raau..1. The. new and second-hand, store '-L,5 Alma "I _- PLAXER
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, 1, Army post and the discourse was de- tIr sTnt'Crloler ( I changed hands a few' days ago; Ed __ Claus..r::::=: ; 9.. ( s
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t livered by. Dr. A.1 J. Holt,-the pastor date- for the>" announce office of Bupcrlntendenl my.e11 ."einel. i Miller; of the dty.rehaalne', the .\ -a ...er.d" --IooIw7.-...-. 1 : ;

jfh.a, '. : cousin...,Mrs>..Month PublhJ.'''.'Mlctlon to all the nnexplre. of stock of fjoods; from ;J7,:E.. Mullenix I' Gs6ag .1111) Tne.... WillII' Don't aquander your money-IN VEST it by I'tioit r
: term ot Hon. W.J. Bear, rMlarnocV.' I and IIOnMUler: was the original ;.! I Oelrsg'a s.na 1.11M1..
< . . WW appreciate the support of the dem- owner' of the store but some time a&'O',, t tea...::.-=:..: cow.: Using that U worth'while.. Easiest. possible terms gfren.
11 Yet Nellt a Os.srsl rosie ocratlo' votjr. |Q the primary" te be h.M a.rdw ar m ia '. "
. void it 'to Mr.: MullenU. NoW'"thath' .-w
; December *. \ sw..d s nte .At
..., Taka ats.M'a 1 i J-1 has it he will .saw >ct west MIM li i Ml ma I d.
., aA. ra-boaght assume .:. ..
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.rGea:; > ald becaaM it eontotoj the ''''STftIlCT'OK.We .' ' ', pretext stand on Stewart avenos, near. ? ---..---....... '
n t kaowa tonic pc.opatJeaofQUININB are authorised 'to n.nnonncw'0.!:''I " .GrUIIDII'Broth.r. : ;
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th. Uve Drives ToW II a a. cnodldate for the 01t'lC9 ..f8upertnt.n..nt .' L :
fy. c rsod 1fA0It. ,*t sets ohs Mr. MaUennliii: and family; have SMMCoet>Weft .
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great majority
r .. 0 Naudean tbe special representative.t'sM.hurnal. .
:;s: .l'! 'J"ju; >naon,. !;ngiand. _yiolejrt pghtlng don encircling Xhem-'waa broken and ,. s M Ill I. .i 'ada-who..Ja..at. Taylor's Best'Blood Ike
.. ?. eras-in' progress. Tuesday along the 'as German reinforcements art 'com-: + v the' Russian headquarters the field broucht..li u\; tKrouglTsoi. .
ax. !. axfcYAe, diag.to-s-t.1 -m8''-up-the..l'f\Jtllfla.lIot.'et-deddecL is as followat"Generatartenrenlrylthttr" person waoJuLS.used iti
Beater .
.. I .correspondent at Slul.r' .. The' :briti.h press, Interpreting the """ I :.The roaring-of heavy guns-was heard news-dispatches from-Petrograd
.. all day and houses as far1 away. as tends that a" Russian success on a -The-lest-Istbeing-attacked ltXemarkabltthatan7!,
:" ? colossal scale still Ispossible, but on"three >.ld ..,f'I,1'hen. remains an eel)' for this baffling and teas
.. "Inhabitant of'.,'all villages within in all quarters it is admitted that the opening on- the..Western road toward ailment .1h0 1cl have PM
one hour's march of the Yser battle- recent claims of a 'complete Russian -4 ] ntno, which however will be threat f orally successful because j jati Green.
front have been sent away. victory> were ''Pmaatun. ,- ',,* ' : fC sated by Russians ,advancing. 'from >m ,,is :a,very, difficult diM
4 'Telegraphing f Amsterdam, the Poland,'.withEmperor William/on '- Lode. Part of this first- groupat treat' -s'
correspondent of the Central News the 'field, will likely continue to overshadow j Glowno and Strykow is almost., .entirely Taylor's Best :Blood M.dieln.cever .1
e says the German' front before Dix- mil other war areas for some surrounded. is made from ....1:7: sucee ales
mud. has begun a general retire days to come Even the London pressis The second group to the'south of prescription. largely, used :.by. pr
.ment. devoting more space there than 'tothe : Rigrow.and Tussyn Is trying to force Dent physicians, and our lotuf.ol
Though it seems clear new that the conflict in Flanders. partly,, It., 'Way through to the north but is ration of Its effects dv..'.. such, S ;
German army in Russian Poland or i I., due, ;of course, to the faet that opposed by the RUlllan. at Lodi and plicit confidence -In'ft that we. .'
that part of It which the Russianssurrounded there has been so little change' the Brteziny and the Western field is be ery surprised to learn of any d
near Lodlz, narrowly western sltuaUani a. condition which closed to it by the same Russian army In which its use did not prove ni leetl1L
missed annihilation, the Germans may some sharp torn which recently! defeated two. German beneficial. But we -lea,. nothing F. Kiel
fought with such fury that the cor occurs In the eaatern struggle. corps at Wlefun. hence when ,we offer to -you, housekerzA
'The third group to the west is In cause you buy it in every case
British Naval Losses 19 Ship a critical but not desperate positionfor the distinct understanding that I ifdoett '
by a right flank on the Aarta itstilt .not satisfy yoo-if' It.. does are noi
holds the road at Kallsc, which relieve the pain and inflammation i a this point
, With 5,127 Dead and 4731njured could serve either for retreat or for stiffness no matter what form color.on tA.
f reinforcements if General von' Hind rheumatism you may be- 'suffi. H.

\ .e1'I British naval losses, confirmed by the admiralty enbnrg thinks Jt still possible to try from- nor where It may be loea lent 260.i
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submarines to save his Eighth army.3UTJ' for it will be refund
the
I warships, including a dreadnought, a battleship, cruisers *nd I money paid i re.Tom*
.other craft. A statement issued by the admiralty on Wednesday placed the E SIGNS."I I 'There* is no red tape, no string |M>int<'. Larereshipe
wounded '968 ever connected-with this offer. 3
life losses in the navy -at 4,327 officers and men killed, 473
I missing and 1,575 captives*or interned. To this total must-be added 800 wonder If the couple on the say w, if Taylors'Best Blood Micine >e heavy Ii
estimated loss on the Bulwark. 0 other side of the' aisle from ns are doe. not help you, and the mon The '
In addition to the loss of nineteen warships, .reports from German husband and 'wife!" you paid for It .will be immedia i wodatlon.
sources, unconfirmed by edT11'atty-tEU the destroyers Druid, Laertes and Phoenix ana the light cruisers Gloucester by the window.". It Is put up In full pint bottles. Fri he best crop ei
" Fearless, Arethusa :Falcon and Brilliant. _ 11 A fIn
I II typewriter has been built with
and Class Cause Loss nf Life
Date Tonnage
Ship
the 860 characters of the al 1013 Sicily gathered 7 5.700 to:
Bengal
Aug. 6, Amphion light cruiser__--___ 3,440 Submarine 131 phabet. of : "
Sept. 3, Speedy, torpedoboat destroyer. 800 Submarine --- crapes.
I Sept. 6, Pathfinder, light cruiser_______ 2940; Submarine ___ yOtMt
1 Sept. 7 Warrior, armored cruiser____ 13, 50 Stranded ___ London England.-The part which' "Often, soon after 6 o'clock In the
Sept. VI, Fisgard IIMschool ship________ 1,500 Foundered 21 ETYLEN 'r H
t King George is playing in the war is i morning the king is busy In his study, p i i I Sept. 19, AE-1 (Australian), submarine 450 Accident n_ pictured in the Daily Express as follows I and by the time his advisers and helpers r
t. Sept. 20, Pegasus, light cruiser_________ 2,185 Battle ___ : appear, he has conned the ds-! GAS THE HONjE
, Sept: 22, Creasy, Hogue and Aboukir, "A continuous round of increasing I patches and documents of the early
;, armored cruisers______ 12,000 each Submarine 1,450 tI
activity ,and a mastery of detail such delivery, mastered their contents and I I ;
Oct. 15, Hawk, light cruiser____________ 7,350 Submarine 471 as might alarm even a great financier perhaps made numbers of marginal'
' Oct. 18, D-5, submarine_______________ 370 Sunk, gunfire 23 the daily routine of; I notes in readiness for the
comprise present
,r Oct.Oct. 20 27,, E-3 Audacious submarine, Buperdreadnought_________________ S 22,500 450 Sunk Mine,-gunfire 25 2 !his, majesty. ,. the king. I ing conference.." fOl'thcom'l o WE: SELLACETYLENE we

Nov. 1, Hermes, light cruiser__--_____ v 5,600 Submarine 40 I Igooo GAS MACHINE "
, Nov. 1, Good Hope and Monmouth, 0 ? 0 COMP/
'- armored cruisers n.__ 9,000 each Battle 1,500Nov. VILLAINMEXICOCITY 10) BERLIN HEARS CASUALTIES 0 In several.11,,.to meet the requirements of the farm I .
11, Niger, gunboat _____nn_. _- 810 Submarine ._ I 0 OF FRENCH ARE 667,000 oQo and barn. the town house, store, factory, hotel,' warehouse!
Nov. 26. Bulwark, battleship n________ 15,000 Unknown 800 1 4 ----- oQo and boat. Larger size for community and-village lifhUnsj
< Berlin, Germany.-Information THESE MACHINES ARE CUB A P. DURABLE. ABS03LUTBLY
" England Pouring Millions of WITH MENMexico < given officially to the newspapers 4 Jll SAFE and'require' only few- minutes attention
Monday included this: > about once. a month. With our IGNITING
1 "A dispatch from Berne says 4 matches.. used in lighting, the gas.. The YSTEY
Fresh Troops Into France I, reports from reliable sources set raced In the residence In an out-home OI'I
City, Mexico-(Via El Paso, forth that the' French losses up gas produces bright light at the*
;i Havre, France.-Directly following ships can find berths. The troopsare Texas-General) Villa entered Mexico November 1, were 130,000- Writ. for Full ONLY ONK-HALFCBNT AN DOUR for a :Scan4JepowellPartlcu1ara
I Lord Kitchener's speech at the Lord 1 mostly territorials but well sea- i City Tuesday at the head of about 4 men killed 370,00ff( wounded and light Equally! .good for cooking purposes.. r*
Mayor's banquet in London, in which soned. After a march from the docks 25,000 troops. He arrived in the suburbs 4 167,000 missing. THE GBO. W. ,CLAHK' .CO. '*
he said he had 1,250,000 men ready i irJw' through the streets of Havre, cheer- where he remained during the 00-
fc "' to land in France, there has been a : ing and being cheered, they disap- afternoon, receiging delegations and ,,4.. .O O O O O OO.O u 202 CLARK BUILDING JACKSONVILLE.' FLAj.:rJ

"7 steady stream of transports from pear. foreign consuls. Villa will not enter ... ". [tend,
the until the arrival of -- ' - -- .
to Havre. As as 200 capital proper : ,
I I' ships England of various sizes have many been ly- The incoming troops seem in high Provisional President Gutierrez. ++Oo.. ...u..uoUOOtoioo..ooo 00 0.00..00..010, U.. ...
.. ing outside the harbor at one time. spirits and sing and whistle on the General Villa had a narrow escape (
l Men are being landed as fast as the inarch. from death' Just before his entry into P
- the city. His train collided with the
train of General Chao, above Tula.
RUSSIANS CONDITION AND THEY CALL Thirty-two persons were killed and
forty wounded. One mile below the
f scene of the wreck six mines were TO THE GROWERS:

NOW DEPLORABLE THIS PATRIOTISM found cealed connected in a ravine.with a The battery general's con-

r train passed over these mines, which
I. Petrograd, Russ' -Matters are not Chicago-Gabriel De La Garde I were not discovered until the next -
t 1r proceeding in the Russian commissariat says in a cable to the Daily News morning.General. ;
I; department as well as might be from Amiens, France: Villa issued the following
,: I wished. Although the recent victories. "These lines were copied by my- statement to the Associated Press: :
of the Russian armies have given new self from a wounded., soldier's letter: "My only mission is to restore or- .
hope to the Russian people, deplorable 'I brought back my gun, but left der in Mexico and not to take personal I or'KISSIMMEAND'( ,INITY
details have come: 'to, light as to.the the bayonet in some Bavarian's body. revenge on any one., I promise
I't manner in which the army'.tore. and He' was the sixth whom I spitted. I that order will be restored at once.
'/ the feeding of the troops at the front also brought down' 19, one by one, ina I am i acting .. the ,subordinate of
have. teem managed. trench 250 yards away. The others Provisional President Gutierrez and
of 'the Red Cross the national convention..
The inefficiency 1 finally retreated. You will understand .. '. '
society in various details have also : why my captain is satisfied with me. \ '
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& for enormous 'Not I hope eoon to return to the front, : .- z 4
'.: withstanding the sums where I expect to" be a whole army II" AUSTRIA HAS LOST 0 GENTLEMEN . '
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;' which have been spent in connection corps all myself.' 900,000 MEN AND 4 -''' .
with the society, the result has hardly "Thjg\ letter was written by a man 0 19,000 OFFICERS 0 t .
come up to expectations. who was born in Hamburg, his mo- 4 Petrotrrad, Russia (via Lon- Our NEW MINERAL PLANT FOOD U a Soil Restorer sad Crop Pr.ducere'IIt ..
7' _. For instance, during the recent bat- ther being a German and his fathera .don).-'-On the basis of reports a natural round rock and we claim that every pound fa a ton of same b food for for;:
.
,' ties in Galicia, the field hospitals remained Brazilian. He happened to be in received in from Hungary -
of Petrograd plants of all kinds sod within a short period after,it has been thoroughly sailed witV ,
-r empty, while thousands France at the beginning of the .
i war *> it is stated here today that *
wounded men were left to their fate and instead of returning to Germany, the Austro-Hungarian casualties the soil the last ounce win be taken up and sued by the plants. Your fruit will stastd

The Russian press is firmly muzzled where he had done military service, 0 to date amount to 900,000 men shipping better; will be better colored Del far better flavored if 1'0HI' materiaL 31.iP
as to what goes on at the front, and he stayed in Paris and enlisted in a and 19.000 oft'i ers..OOOOO 0 the most reliable people in your state telliaf of the woaderfal rescJt it .has predated Yana
I the only newspaper which the censor regiment of volunteers. .....Oo... . .... .. '
.. looks upon with which favorable prints eyes violent is the We hare shipped quite large asseoat ef er Plant Feed te many ., the best
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,, Novoe anti-German Vremya articles; calling upon the growers in the State of Florida during the past three yean and .hate yet te .hear ., a .' t'M

J I' people to exterminate them whenever dissatisfied customer. We have received many testimeniab, unsolicited, from some of '

it can find the opportunity. for them. W. would Eke to ship you a trial order and let yen Judge fee yMn lf;, I '

ENGLAND IS ACCEPTING 'k/ffCOlbIeA whether or not our'material i II aD fiat we dabs for U. \, rat
TAXATION STOICALLY i]

r Tears truly, i*
S London.-England is accepting its *1
'I r new burden of taxation with a New Mineral Fertilizer I II
stoicism which could only be bred : Company, .
,I of war conditions. In normal times I
tf\; the announcement of David Lloyd- Diamond 11 Seuth Market St, and M Chatham. $t.f .
'. would have
:: ,; George's latest budget $
i1; caused a storm that weuld have overthrown r< BOSTON, MASS. .
r\\j the strongest Government and 1 '
\if probably ten years of cautious advance There i is that could
1/I gift be.
1 would not have prepared the : no r Write for our Catalogue. Write for ear Catal.,... .*"=jiv.
.' ; people fo- such radical Increase. in given that will)) carry the same
r the burden of taxation. Even the half 1 y value, that will)) give more real 1 nw

f penny tax on a glass of beer would I 1' l l joy. that will be kept longer, \
" ,5. likely have caused the death of half
will
and the doubling that better express the ten- ;
a.dozen
governments
r' of the income tax would have tM /( timents.of the giver, than- '

: i; met with the fiercest opposition. I IJ & A Diamond '" I What Local Growers Think About New Mineral Plant Food- ties

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+ terrible lot of cigars We have them mounted and unmou'nted. and
; v I'm smoking a Fort Pierce Nov. 2, 1914. '' + rN
, / I lately." will make mountings to suit the purchaser. We
set;r','' "p''"+ '.' them"I : "You're right, if that's one of"f are Diamond expert; and ABSOLUTELY New Mineral Fertilizer Co, 4
I
y 1 GUARANTEE every atone we sell to be exactlyas Boston, Masa. White City, Fla.. No,,. 2, 114.<< :
"f :. .; BY AUTO. represented. Gentlemen:
I have used considerable of your Mineral New Mineral Fertilizer Co., .2..
kra. Rnrel-1 want you to kill a Hand- Boston, Mass.Gentlemen .
( Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Cut Clan Fertilizer and an thoroughly satlsBed with the
''; J couple of chickens for dinner.Which t painted China. Umbrellas Canes Sterling results both oa pineapples and citrus treee. I =-- f i it1'
I -,New Cook-Yes, mam. ,ear.
that had
; had some treee shown "Die Back" :'
:kt i shall,.I'do it with. r Silverware, flat and hollow, Silver Plated 4 It and I had decided to dig them np and destroy I have used several tens of New-)[iaeril M
i: I e'd' Ware Chaffing Dishes Percolator, Toilet Seta them, but was induced to use New Mineral Fertilizer en my groves and vegetablee and Inevery ( . .1,!
jI .,' Prompt Action Will Stop Your Cough look instance the results have been neat sat
: ; Shaving Sets. and now they as good u any in the grove
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.. and are bearing I have also used it tmvegetahlee isfactory. A. far as I can see this fertilizer .. <
Cold often
,: 1 When :you first catch a (break with excellent.l results and when U well adapted for the land h\ tale section and it ; ,

, ;,';, .itnp indicated at once.by a'. sneeze The idea or cough that )It does W... It Beclwih( ( ; Jewelry Co. considered that the price Is at.least onethirdleae certainly U a big saving te the *grewer.0

not matter" *often leads to serious .1 .. 1 than other fertilizers consider that the Tears very truly, |f

i''t .'complications.and. The easily remedy penetrates which immediately tie 1 .410 Franklin St. VM! TAM1 A, FLA: caviar growers and of this the land section win would lie in a.cIlt better agreat shape 'Signed) G. E. BUTTON.' I '

; lining'of :the l throat-is .the'kinddemanded. 1 after its sap is
'i, ."'-'Dr.. King's New Discoverysoothes I.t ) : Yours truly, i .. \ ev
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,the -Irritation, loosens the (Signed) 'A. F. HOOFNAGLK .. c
phlegm. Yon feel better at once.' ?I* I -

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,. .J. MARRISMp7..Li _, .... ... ..' ... .' _ ... _ ._ .'_ _ OWMT effort !it weU understood, in BayEeld'where the fruit, growers .make:-an extensive tour to address mesa employing more than Ana per-.' ,
built.an) encouraged meeting of his countrymen and their Bona,, was earned at the recent elec
the farm
Now
have ,
industry by organuatjon. women I '
..: .. descendant .. of the-measure
.. -- .. .. ,, tion. Opponents have i
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----" 4 ,/ mooltIl._.... _. j.ODe -n. ..roe monk.Q..,: __.l._eta, -y-town wo A."-will-apply{ .the+wrlirkaown., prin<:iplftoLworon'1,exchange ,u.Unpeople; of America to announced that It will be attacked lathe
\'t to" the marketing of,eggs, butter. pouTrq vegetable., and even,.skimmeds i lira something about'our Irish'labor court mrthegtotmdthatittfo.terr
:: '- on>m.Dlo&tlo.... exoapt from our: .tMr1i".. 'oorriifc< a 4liif.r.W1jC.- ,b mile:couI=e die... d-b"UtUT-1 nIt ovemut-paid: -Larkin. ;...., l.waDt late*..treaty-rlghtc, .t .fr l tsens. .dtI---_ .:r
tand fcr tfc* writer. .. them to know that W* have no band : *'
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1 farm'women'have
... awl's.-eaU.3-low----- It ia___ urol_ __ houseke en' eJtterpn. nty-five ''
n.* ea natter wilt mot b r.turn.4 ? In.the terrible war that ia now raging The' law will' particularly, affect:
enrolled. id the informal 'association. tryoub4rT eol. p.-riaoii\with-.tbf in Europe-w* had no vote Inpreclp.ItatinC railroad"constructionwork: -. mlnlnfand """"" .
f. ,t1 Ur4.at the Poetofflo In Haslmme.. Florida; M eon o.-C Iaa* natter.) crude method I of' kitchen 'door 'peddling. They ,\hs> agreed to'cut the the war and we are going to do similar!lines .where much common ';
no- fighting', for we don't know what labor la employed;:',
'r market quotation in consideration of.the, saving of energjCand labor: The .
fc.mrieaato. FRIDAYIf'ECEMBER'J'J4, it's about
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athis ," committee.of town women. will gradeand inspect:all' foodTpujducU.1 "You will notice that up to the present 1.ARGE'TOWNS' DRY. "
bye t.r t. There are vision of a prominent'organization called -'Wqman** Co less than 1 per cent\ of the men of '
Operative Association. And there are greater possibilities of foretgatrade. Ireland have volunteered to go to the These American cities are either[ '
u; r For Citrus GrowersThe It front. And it tent, because they ar* now "dry"', or. were voted ."dry" on '
is even suggested that these farm kitchen factories sell to
[ said Mrs. I may preserve afraid or can't fight-nobody will deny November 8. Th population figures
Uall the al '. the city grocer: in Minneapolis and St. PauL Chicken aspic in glass J the prowess of the Irish. But what is I are taken from the census reports of< '

[tborttie* may become a Bayfield export Bottled vinegar from Bayfield apples i ia ",e reason for the wholesale murder? 1910: .
... 'The following editorial is reproduced from The Tampa Times. It u within the range of the, possibilities of the women' enterprise. Lr ia, of course expected to do the Seattle 237,194. .
xA t,t ._J with and applies to Osceola county; just as much a* ftCh and then pay the cost afterward Denver Colo., 213381. \
fSdDLANI I common sense Some notable examples of commercial: : success have sprung from pin v. Portland Ore., 207,214, ,
( applies to the Arcadia section. We request all citrus grower to read this money enterprise with no greater promise than this. Deerfield. Mars.. ia "It maysgurprise many people to Atlanta, Ga., 154,839.

4 ditorial and .think .it over. Its worth thinking about: famous because 'of its domestic made woven rugs. In Seven Point. .Wis.. learn that tmro are socialists In the Spokane. Waslu, 104,402.
i? city, councils ofxPublin, Cork Wex- Tacoma Wash., 82748. +
: GROWERS' SALVATION-THE EXCHANGE. a woman ha developed a world-wide market for fish flies which she once
THE FRUIT ford, Sligo an numerous other Portland Me., 68571.
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manufactured in her hCMl'e. Heinz of pickle fame once peddled kitchen kan.
f towns in Ireland wh<> are membersof Topeka 43,684.
? "in the hope of bringing about better price and condition In the made product: in a wheel barrow. Bayfield has a germ. the labor'federation nd were re- Memphis, Tenn., 131,105.
? Kansas'1 ltrn*. fruit market of the countryt- the Arcadia New champion the cently elected. Nashville Tenn.. 110,864.Richmond -

.. C.Cham --organization of a marketing bureau. "And there will be manyXmore of Va., 127.628. .. .
legedg '.The suggestion would be an excellent one if it were not for the our people elected to position of Norfolk Va., 67452. .
eornpan7arts fact that the Florida Citrus exchange not only meets every demand that I For the Public DefenderIf I power when\the ,hom rule law e. Oklahoma City Oklsu, 64,425.
,- mailjElorida would be' made on a marketing bureau, but the scope of its activities effect in Ireland" said Larkin. Phoenix, Ariz.. 11,184. )..
If I '-1* even wider than that of any marketing bureau in existence today. are impervious alike to capitalistic Vicksburg, Miss., 20,814. ) \:
the fed Furthermore, the men at the head of the Florida Citrus exchange are blacklists: jor political trickery, We "Charlotte, N. C., 34,014. .
V J Th } t 'not:only a* capable and experienced as any citrus fruit authorities on society needs'a prosecuting attorney to see that punishment i Is meted are going ahead at good speed and ., N. D., 14,331. X ..'"
tpurcbaee i-th. Atlantic Gulf or Pacific coasts but their work has been and is largely out to its enemies by that same token it needs a Public Defender to protect we won't stop until the green isle is AND WILSON" fJ
i swamp 1 li patriotic'in character. There has not been a president or general its members who are wrongly accused of Being its enemies. in the hands of the working class, who [ BY -
In.WfO.i. Florida Citrus exchange who assumed his duties because and interests
manager of the are the great majority whose -
I'an acre.- h* needed the salary attached thereto-If any salary was drawn-but The Juvenile Court was" a long step in the right direction. It gave our are paramount to that of any Chicago Jbtirnal: In spite of A
-rnadwi| :rin-every-Instance they have labored for the benefit of the state and a youth the square deaL or all, other classes" crowd of unfavorable happening
..eompansagaf \ great industry which has suffered for years and years simply because Now let's institute the Public Defender and give the poor and needy SHAKES which made it seem that the fctars f
| .''th. 'I growere would not present a united front to the agencies- which a chance for their white ally. FISHING FOR in their courses wer Ifhtlng against
I on tb.1 ;:ought and .tlll seek to rob them. Did such men as the late Dr. Inman \ TIIE LATEST STUNT democracy, the American people have
Lf6&an"fprofit benefits from their Every person, no matter how impecunious and down and out he
r ,and William Chase Temple need or wish any personal may San Bernardino, Cal.-Fishing for indorsed Woodrow Wilsbij. the president -
work in behalf of the exchange Did they get anything in return for" be, is entitled to a fair triaL rattlesnakes is the latest sport around who has maintained peace with ; -
SflO athelan 'hey work except the "privilege" of bearing the brunti) of a fight made by He cannot get it without money, because without money he cannot here. Fish hooks are fastened to honor and led his party to ihVaccom-:
i, ; 'the agencies which have for years exploited the citrus fruit industry in of more constructivm reform
procure a good lawyer. Without a good lawyer to offset the prosecuting bamboo poles and held near the plishment
'ationa'ago 4 a,,,'''Florida T If so, no one has yet revealed the fact. And the men at the snakes. The snake strikes at the end in eighteen months than ever i
last /'head of th* exchange today are of the same type as Dr. Inman and attorney who is always a good lawyer he does not get an even break. of the pole and become hooked. before was packed into five years. p
tr'' The I .)lr. Temple. Boost for the Public Defender!

Qbsmnag. I f'' No Just criticism can be lodged against the methods of the FloridaCitrus '
., ,'i ',; exchange or against the character and ability of the men who
: 1
y lYI am ,' :I : manage the exchange. The fault lies wholly with those growers who WINTER.TOURISTS CHURCHLESSAND I Right, If to Kill; Wrong, If to Save I
not only refuse to ally themselves with the exchange, but who cut TOWN
-their own throats by assisting their worst enemies-the commission CAN SEE AMERICAWith SALOONLESS
(' men-in their unjust warfare upon the exchange, its officials and its in Great have
:; ,":"worth 'objects. When these men unite with their brothers who have no opportunity to spend the Although Vevay, .Ind., has six For as much as twenty years reasoning persons .Iritaia.!
,' ta Joined the exchange and.jvho adhere to its rules, then, and only then, winter in Europe the wealthy Americans churches only one of the six employ I been urging the government to take over and operate the British railroad ?
r, 'i' can they expect better conditions to prevail. who have' been in the habit of a minister, and that for half time system. i ;

California, with fruit of poorer quality, gets infinitely better resultsIn traveling their abroad every year can now only. Within the last few weeks the To this was-always a vast clamor of objection. It was unwise, it was
see own country. California, Rev. Mr. Todd, the Rev. Mr. Mach-
every way than Florida. The reason is plain. The California grower Texas, the Carolinas, Louisiana, Flor- lan, the Rev. Mr. Barrett and the impossible it was dangerous, it was revolutionary. Private enterprise could
California which managed by no beter men
the is
stands exchange
: LaLelded I' ': 'than"those, by who serve the minority, of Florida growers through the ida and other parts offer wonderful Rev. Mr. Bowman have resigned their always do these things so much better than the government could do them.In .

medium of the Florida Citrus exchange. There is no difference between inducements to those who delight in charges there for unexplained rea- more recent years some persons have urged that the government
i
II ,' 'the methods of the two exchanges and no difference in the type of men hunter mild weather and fisherman.and particularly Th to the sons, and the congregations an- should operate food factories and clothing factories to assist the millionsof
;: who manage them. The California growers simply learned, long ago in the unfortunates that dwell the starvation line below it.
and west
grand is the or
glorious
+.ion ,; '-that'' they would either the exchange or continue to suffer be filled this year. A wag sums up on
, 10 a r t, useless looses at the hands support of commission men. transportation interests equal of any in Europe and the hotel the situation thus: "Vevay has no This again was denounced as visionary. Utopian and preposterous.The .
..'a- "ieoa v n f and other agencies. Florida growers must learn the same lesson and facilities and modes of travel in Amer- saloons, so there is no inclination toget war came and the government in a minute seized all the railroads ''
ica are superior to those of Europe.The drunk. It has
f no preachers, so it
iLttonlIS It U evident they are doing so. and them.It .
t began to
operate
twr American winter tourist need not is not necessary to to church, and
M Jr _j The,\ suggestion of organizing a marketing bureau i is a useless one supply himself with any passports there are no factories go, so work is a also seized and began to operate various clothing and food factories. j
:: .-<>ne of the "dream-stuff" variety. The men who will not support the nor will he be annoyed few of What "
thing this the
fi, strr every thepast. more on It did this to facilitate the carrying on of the war which is to say
? "' Florida Citrus exchange Would not support a marketing bureau, or any miles by custom officials. He will old green ball could we ask for?"
/41s l .other organization. They will never stand with their more progressive also find that the American dollar destroying of human life.
as 'n 'brother* until continued losses drive them into the "fold." passes as par everywhere in the broad THE U (FORM. Here. then is the question: Shall we say that governments: can do t f

yf st of a t-, "1.In short, the changing of conditions is up to the belligerent growers land. While taking in the sights as Life: Permit me to make myself .these things to destroy life and cannot do them to preserve it?
.a r. < :for the men in charge of the Florida Citrus exchange have done more tourists the investors should look known. I am a soldier's uniform. I If the United States were at war it also could without difficulty take
-'itho ,1 -than their duty and will continue until conditions do change, around and see the golden opportunities have the power to transform a man
'j ? undermining' work of misguided and blinded "knockers" to the contrary in the United States which can- from a man into a slave. I am the over and operate the railroads the food factories the clothing factories.
ti'' ed 'q "' notwithstanding.--TampaTimes. not be found in Europe. The only symbol of lust the badge of bondage This winter we shall see in this country more poverty more destitu-

J possible drawback is the fact that in the boon companion of bayonet andtorch loin more misery more men out of employment than has ever been known.
con I 1a Forida America there is no titled aristocracy and the trade mark of war. in Liato..;.. i''
t. our
Needs More Civic Pride to kowtow to. However this Without me murder would be murder;
4. I prove to be a source of Informationto butchery butchery and diplomacy a The government cannot undertake ray measure to relieve this distress
I the few snobs who go to the other dead letter. With me individuals per but it could easily do anything to further the war.

't : side simply to escape contact with ish, personality is a mockery and This sounds like a chapter from the Mad House. But it is not It is
,
t hThe front U index of the kind of that live their fellow-Americans. This class of
good people
i :, yard a pretty cruelty a synonym Justice. Women
a statement of exact condition prevailing in the twentieth in the
exists, but it.is a small minority.The follow in crowds. r fascinate century
I 4n house. It' of the condition going very me them.
the a fairly accurate prophecy are
.... you American tourist is most enlightened nation the ,earth. Pearson's Magazine. r'i
average a They smile at me blind to the"knowl- on .v' :
40 find in the yard behind the house and a clean back yard, usually means man of means and of education and edge that through me are' their sor- ,

f eood sanitary conditions through the.entire, establishment refinement and many are seeking for rows multiplied a thousand fold. Withme c." "f i a

."" Good look count First impression are hard to get away from. ; -,, good places to make Investments, Let there can be no peace. Without me

f!' 1::Florida, in proportion its population probably baa'more' visitor the few the winters tourists in plan the to United spend'States' the next and God man'is is God.man, woman"is'" woman- and

t'i ;year!;'through, than any other state in the Union. A good many of these to place extra cash where it is sure ,

:visitor every year are making their first trip to this part of the Southland to grow and yield handsome returns. COTTON LOOKING UP. r YOlrCanBe C'o.rnfort ble",
':and'how' many of them are not disappointed "by their first glimpses? Communities should, through the Washington Posh The president is a
let the world know ur
of the inducements
press I
authority the statement that the
A.very large share of the railroad stations in Florida in the big cities they can offer. cotton situation is improving and thatit

and''' the little ones alike are about the most uninviting spots in town. o may be expected to improve stead

i i Flth .;;Broken boxes and barrels pieces of lumber bits of orange peel or sugarcane ALL HAIL JEFF THOMAS 1 ily. Spinners in England are a. ious
+ / and thousand other varieties of less disgusting refuse, to keep their factories: going, as they
a more or are
; Jefferson Thomas, of the Thomas have heavy orders to fill, and they
1 -scattered about, and the place look like a-.- :well. it is not what it should Advertising service, Jacksonville, and would buy liberally if they were as- [When r Come
ro t.;' be.,, !These railroad stations are the front y.rda'to our cities and they should who is no relation to the Thomas whois sured that prices were right and that Rainey Days 3 3I

l n l madeattractive.. They reflect credit or blame on the people who live there. autoing the United States at the' present prices would not be followed
w siu
y i Ibe Of'course, the railroad companies are responsible for these conditions expense of a gullible) public is an advertising by ufacturers a ruinous are slump.in practically American the man Arne

Te.yA Kbut'its long from little, station to general managers office man after our heart. ri
;. a way some a He letter situation although they have no large I i
somewhere far and he isn't much concerned station was approached by by one orders requiring immediate decision
away very how Uvs W. C. Johns, who has three California '
- tj r' 'Land yard at Podunk are kept. The station agent is supposed to keep thingsJeat exhibition cars to foist on Florida atso on human their part. is Since dependent two-thirds of the the TVTO matter how small your salary

mja ijt : and dean. This agent's idea of what is clean and neat may not be much per foist and was told that south for race cotton, and since upon cotton

s }:;yery, highly developed and they may need stimulating by the' people of the on he alone the commercial could help bodies him in of his the designs state 'must be used war or no war, there is may be, you can, by proper,.

fWwa" who have .some glimmering reminder or local pride- and !torn concept all well as the newspapers thereof. ground for the hope that the bales managing deposit i a little fti this
in the. south will
;* On of the value of first impressions to say nothing of low health and Johns' little stunt would have 'cost now toward piled the up market in spite of artificial move ,

an a I death rates*. $300,000 and Jeff Thdmas could have obstacles. bank each week---even a dollar will
W picked up $50,000 of this easy money, _. ",
'
''t r tt 'Some cities of Florida few of them have who
; a energetic - "
women
but
Mr. Thomas
4d Min c t't G r ,i d .;,gave extended theit efforts/ for neatness beyond their own home into public follows: wrote Mr. Johns as make the start and your bank book, ,1 ;:

1dm ..j>Iace.j It'a. pity more Florida towns havent: organizations of energeticwomen "The offer in your letter to let me '
will place the direct f\l
'. with these indinations. Some of these cities have an annual spasm handle the advertising of your proposition you on route to l

In ))4 p ?- which they call ''Clean-Up-Day." They line up the school children and year if to I will the withdraw extent of opposition$60,000 per to happiness when old comes along. ;

z zA ". .how them what to do and the town is hardly recognizable for three or the plan does not appeal to me or t1 age / f fI.

i .i' aldu des lour'day* or.a week. But it ha a quick relapse and does not recover until give me a particularly favorable Impression .. '

bo+ ,; another spasm strike some one a year later and the attack spreads. knew of I believe your methods.would If understand you !
me
:you Many take
> person* chance with their i.
Why not clean op and stay dean> Nearly every town in Florida that anything I consider for the naaecessary money a
' n Qu 1'bo ; "would) get used to it-th* town philosopher who ornament the grocery front good of the advertisers of Florida will I \\\f\ with their Eve*. Doat rash madly into Wild larettaieat ,or ; t ,

dl fy de it. 'tf ;; would come toC appreciate it and brag about it-and the result would be a have my support whether not it t Ivtlaringry, into the opea space *f Baaaes Uncertainty. Tab bank 'i l I 7
a includes business for and that
mon ? I del "s i boost and advertisement It would be *o unusual in Florida that' the reputation the other hand the fact me that a scheme on I I |*w the Security of G..d. Sound Bolda,. W. ar* Liberal bj( /
; I f'' col would spread 'fart and fast offer"'me of,hi will
w. may a aoare come business
' > enterprises, yet Coaservativ _W air be
1 sit ?, But civic pride should not be confined to appearance Without ne- not cause me to recommend it so long t. a Pn s i

of, '. 5 Va nn "' Xlecting.them.< U ,should'.tead', to th.* healthfu1neuf the town.- .Goodanitation posses a.' I am sufficient of the belief merit that to it make does not it j i 'Jet Abealately Caatiea. end Dependable iauaeac in this c l ,

F ; Xro + is about'.the first step toward securing general healthfuln**. -and worth while." c1GI .
s '.in> many place the local health authorities are inactive.. The lack of an Hurrah and' three cheers or three The simple dignity! lad rare beauty b! e. Fesjr Pet Cent
beers for Jefferson Thomas and like- our work wi If appeal.to y..whether Interest Cosapanaded Qaarterly.Paid ..
.c ..4 abundant supply of good water i ia the fault of man in almost every part of 11K
wise Thomas Jefferson. Clearwater you contemplate the purchase of a
'wiLo ;Florida; Nature has done her part.' Man'' ha neglected his, and either mere Sun. ,i memorial for some departed loved one q t 1. Savings De.aita.S' ,
,
ni 1'r l ;negligenc 'or criminal 1 carelessness, aDd, adi/fereace/ have destroyed the or are interested ia the purchase Of a y ( f '

j; chance for even normally good condition. .. THE u.. s. SAFE:, I public toArtistic olb.'I

I31o1 r1. .:' The ,:''same i i. true about the milk supply ,,of any community.- People Memorials: 'tLa t B'a ,r*; :

,fdon't have"to use poor "milk or water if they don't want to'. They-can have ,Ohio State Journal (Rep.): With : e r ro n i

5 th* pure;',article,if,,.they will'demand"1t, 'od make effort/ to get 'it,' 'There' President Wilson at the head of this Marble and Granite! self) :

should Lcivic' pride in ,sanitation. 'well in good look and fine outside nation and''Secretary' Bryan'at hisright -
as a*> TVlnr tsar.'"< xp.ri .c..au..Ie MtU.ct .jsapreauoa/i*uch' pride i u?not generally in' Florida'; cities. Civioipride3s'animknowu'4uantity'tan.joritj ;hand,there is lfttli'4anger'hatshall -".... u..&. ... of sturau will tMtifr t* Kissimmee'

; : : / "Qplaces l ""where railroad train make :<**: become.Involved ,ilrithe great!; aloe .... ...r.... "' --L !

a .euJai-ratopi{ in this stale,"and it is time for these towns'to Wake'up .and'get war >Thingsj,are%bound which-to, harpeD. :WA.faf rri....*US tr I. ... "'* YJ ----------:--- --___._.lioolooo: :
aa 1 hostilities proceed- : t sb'&t eel... ..
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i.cY i. . and those who mistake wise patience; CLARK,'J.tONUJIEN1"-akJ * nrTOE .It- . a Ofkara.. Di sIt;' JlI ?\- ,. i
and love of peace-for.cowardice(will ,
l. disW'At4 \ KV' Vi''ft: PECr.oFTAE WAR,'. INTELLIGENT BUSHES. scream for revenge for some real or*'' ,'' .vsl**J Wsnasa. Strsta, ,, C. A. CARSON. Prest.J.iM.'l./ :' i''v.C.-P.-t.; : .

;;. ur daughter 'seems to have a Mrs. Wealthy-Ar* your: berries fancied grievance. But the men lwbo! larisasna*, >flsriaa: f M-.KAtz;2Itd' Vi f
it many auitoraTC ." . fresh, little IrUld,' our national destinies have p-llatd': J f-"I__....<....' ," , t>, :I j 7 i
'. .*V M'last lea..o," Ave' Margaret "(eperleoctng-for tfc'first! shown brthetr admirable-conduct of' do eM .e..s _1& md.thi .......... .j> ,;ROMA i+ ; .
''f\Y'hleh one does she tarot V' rime the trials of a berry vender. our 'JoIexlean relation that:.heT'are .fsa.tiaa..4'.al.iaar'/ Ask1.rt ;: ""t'- -<' THOMAgi9Mh: | ,:uY 'art :fisast': '
ayr ';,?ViJ don't know.' ,Sa* seems.tp< ."beor9lnx Y.ts"ma'am.Our, bushe,.dont. rains net to b* influenced by the outcries o>*' . : ; .V :'1..tt1o",1f .,,.. ". ....." .1''"
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'. ''la. Quit.. .Marked at Present.. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis .and son; 'John '
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:' .I forJSIotl Curtis'and wife.- have moved to' our ., <0 Staple,and,Fancy,, .t ..

.I. . community.. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis,,sr:, .

; ..-yo--; . ' .,''.... !r ......, .;] ere were residents hero several year ago GROttIISa'allParis I Cr.
/, 4 r1\1\>1 ,? \v 4 > and they have many -friend'who are"
yJ (By George W. Goler. Health Officer. I glad. to welcome-them"again. ,'" i\
Rochester..N. ,Y.>, Mr. ,,: :' "
About'r2,60Q,000' Harvey has been quite ill for \ 55hones
babies born in .
are
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the registration' area of this 'country ,......>t Children ;; that several she days is improving but we nicely.' to" not' ;:Free, tI-hry? , :
year. We do not know how.'
every Amiabtllty'klnoie"of: vts"| Willie' and Arnold ..: .. of
many babies are born in the whole Harry of Ki* lye C'tl'
mns'k1Dcne alone to almmee ...., ',
country became we have no means of not were the guests of Dick,Lawson ,
collecting that data'outside o(the'registrationvarea. -. er, 'but-to the'animal "and; > II Saturday, yhey, spent most of .
:* We know less of-the I world. You will see a tiny the day hunting ,

births, health, diseases and deaths of ing over( a,< broken flower .t Claud Barber and Billie Rojrerson PitosCOTdlfid'tol4DaysTew ilt
the human babies la this country than Ut e"heart grieved that its 1 were business visitor in Orlando and. Are cgMwfll'. tr.+tm*' IT-PALO J ]
OIMTMBMT: too jTm. ,
to ewe t __ f
know of the life and death of Maitland last week. -
we cattle lscrusb
Tortte 4 Wby ll'4.B4Mdtm>orr < :
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& oltbabe.. Even the total, foster tie. Idea': and' teach Mr. and Mrs.'W. A.- Reed, of Beaver TkeTnt, pf4icale...., "1* o..*rIvraaf.. number\ i rborn'lIfwirea spect the flower so lavishly Crossing Neb., are here to spend are
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known, conveys little meaning: us; the winter with her '
: by a generous Creator? We sister Mr. Ira S this
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k" we ate4 so used to figures. "q Weatherbee. 4,' ';" i i
? are' color
i iblant
it I destroy; we powerless ..nE. :
Suppose were' given to any of ucto '
stand the brow of The child: trained to curb a Captain Buck came out from town 1
on a great hill to>> spend a few day with Mr. Lawson :
001tL willful'destruction'' will ,
I off" Into the
looking beneath '
1J where plain ,
hunting last week.
all the babiesborn within a'' man wise enough to L
1 year should. pass before;,our eyes, appreciate the rle* ona Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Smith Mr. '. 1 1.. r "; i. i 'r"p-- Toat-
J ,t l Alid,'$gain, let us suppose that thesehundreds" worn of;) tare\ % Funk and mother Mrs. Sprang, Mrs ; "t i '
Jeff Barber and Miss Evelyn Smith t s
of thousands of babies Kindness to animal should .
should graduallyseparate< into fourgroapit I ed on and a child made to called at the Jas. Harvey ,home Sun- THINKING,.OP BUILDING I A heavy Th.

those ,that died within a weekof that pussy-ufferi:: pain when day.Mr. HOUSE SBodatWe
: OF ANY.BtND; LET
and Mrs.
birth those that died within a i Weatherbee Mr. and .
month of birth those that die her 9Ut": best
the end of the first year and tortured when wing are erbee and Mr. and Mrs. Cross were e
those that,remain alive after, the first Some people say and the guests of Mrs. Cahoon in town e M'

ously believe that boys are Thanksgiving day. This is the first I AM PREPARED ,TQ FUS-. I -
year.And let us again suppose that with cruel. Tbls is quite wrong. time in twenty-two years that the : -OwS
kali,doscopie change all the vast hosts cept .facts; boys look for four sisters have been together and NOSH PLAN; AND; ESTIMATES . -t:
of babies that died within a week, a are'' not content to know it i. needless to say that they enjoyed
month and a year should in the course "(joes;" they try to dt I t the.day very much. AT'ROCK' ''BOTTOM.. H
of a single hour stream out into three goes. I Evelyn Smith spent Sunday with PRICES. 'i) ass tee
great lines and disappear into three I Blanche Lawson. .
As concerns animals it Is ".
immense pits. Were it possible in I ,
ter of training. If a boy I Our Christian Endeavor' secretary t t'w
panoramic view to witness such a 1 Miss Ruth Harvey, would .appreciate
has :
liest childhood been
scene as this, the watchers would it much if the members ,
very would
clearly perceive the enormous wasteof kind to animals he will hand her their dues which W.H.ARIQLDContractor t)
infant life that annually takes light In teasing them. In I are only : i
I twenty-five cents. Don't forget to
place in this great country. They' when vivisection Is so I bring your "two bits" next Sunday
would see disappear in the first pit cussed. It would be out of I and start the Christian.Endeavor year and.Builder.: ,.
bout 60,000 of all those who were vert to the subject here but with a "paid in full" under nameon
your
die; in the Record 15,000 and in be said that boys trained to I the membership roll. KJSSIMMEK.
+ theXihird 72000. Of all the vast Miss Blanche Lawson "
will when men countenance I visited Evelyn
,', hosts' >if babies born more than one- I Smith 124 Sumner St. Phon.266a: ,
es.,:\irv cruelty: In the Wednesday night and
fourth *U1 I have before the
perished BMABT NEW COAT. '"
male requisite for ui"- it end of theSfirst year.
Then again, suppose that the The Russian note In strong In fash resea rch.
4 watchers should turn and look into ions. The cent: lllimtrnti-d here "empllflcs -- .T

'' another valley amisee the mothers of tbls. It h.l of black broadcloth, Nice Sct'".001 Lunches.When 1 cnniint afford r r

these babies-the happy mothers with I of marked U'upth and with a well defined \putting; up school fur coats '
babies in their armssand then the flare. Coilur, cuffs and broad belt the children each i near :
wrap 11,1, of few
who like'Rachellin a D. G. WDGHEH iHsueflNCE .
,,n mothers of the dead are of velvet The lath r Is embroidered separately, using oUed paper nre Imltat- K BGEHCT){ '
the wilderness: "Weeping for her \' ,. ....
children and would not be mforted I on the front with a design showing jars saved for the purpose. I In material
And the cries Interlaced acorns.. Worn with It sheet bread varying | Sacceuor 'r
because they are not: many WODlI to Arthur L Doaegan Afebcy
are one of the new Iii;.{Ii crowned velvet bread in long strips and
of the mothers but Move :
are many; genuine are (Mid
1 all] the sounds of weeping one s\1\ I bats and smart walking. boots. between. Stuff a stalk of I I wrap here I Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen, Bank Building., PLete.24i6. '

note would be borne in upon the ear I minced chicken or meat roadtall i ef- /
of the watcher and the burden of it \ with Add a cooky
gravy
I i l |w>luted outline General Insurance Easiness, represent the strangest and .
sot
would be this: "My child is gone be- ", WHAT TO CHOOSE. bottle of milk and an apple coll.ir of point- : ;
cause there was no one to teach me to "top off" with and you Reliable companies.

how to nurse and tend it. Where are . ...........
Th. Pro..m" That It About to Con- lUnch which any child of i
\1 the teachers of the mothers of babies ? front the Christmas Gift Giver. will like. We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. DonegairAgeBer. !
And then the watchers might turn
if it were given them to see' another The wise (jhrlstmas shopper has her r'l"t.varlety cut the bread here excitement recently without changi-Your patronage is respectfully eoUdte *"
well Inland before she starts glee place chopped nuts tt
valley in which would pass before problem (( discovered in '
their astonished gaze, as in a vision out for the sliopa, for she has doubtless wrap In oiled paper. hat had Been
all] the cattle, with their housing and ascertained what SUB. can spend on Add a Jar of custard and and the
implements which had furnished food each and what those i horn she ex- Sandwiches made of white how nice and '
f for these babies. Some of the cattle a Oiling of chopped dates the headgear! CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS.rFROMF' t
come clean, in full] health, with their I delicious and healthful. 4:4'A down for the .
herders and milkers in white array; it.:: 4k brrr'aa:.s'iala t ?:" Prunes cooked until .., a
the others, and a vast majority, dirty '
t i ; diseased the slime an
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used jn caring for their products) and
amid the odors that rise from the 'iaua $ -g A'' Mkt Th. Home Atmosphere.. '
f'r" reek of tons of strained and pasteurized 1 unhappy home 1* an" I Dixie flyer" --. "Seminole Limited""Dixie t

Ii filth 'we., recognize the odor- of norse' The nervous tired I
I the food of our babies ads i Limited" ited't
er keep the atmosphere (' "South Atlantic
If it were given to all] of us to visualize disorder ihid.discontent.. 1 .' "
e a scene like this, would we not tzek unde onltenlnl the J ".-
make clean and disease-free the milk happy Evrepe. "Montgomery Route" -
of our babies? Would we not furnish : ;i iL nothing should terfere with i iI *

n teacher nurses for the mothers, both Joyous cblldboou I i : ( ii 1 : frc m Chicago, St Louis, Indianapolis,. '
for
I before, during and after the birth of Children suffer ore
; their children? i know. They nurse tbetr I I Louisville, and intermediate points to. Jacksonville, ;, fdja,
and cry themselves! to\ Jeep I! II > !
I Dining and Observation Cars I >rtbi
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:...O come quite as miserable>
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$ s nerves as do their parents. i -via-:
P CLUB NOTES. 4 of no Importance unless tb ,, ran
4 4 .i P finds happiness nod laughter i
....HOOO OO.M++ c Atlantic Coast Line
w fort there. : 1tonMtti
Vermont will try for a state-wide One can eat and sleep .... ;
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civil service reform law. Too many women bank on 4 :
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THESOUTH. *, .
tance of removing dust from ,
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The
clubwomen of Texas will devote
themselves largely this year to- *' Se't3 ,., t' r -and having the silver pol1 ; A. W: FRITOT. D. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A. 4,.' n. af
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the study of civil service* reform and A get that whether-everybody 1 36,Wet Bay Street. Hillsboro Hotel dA .

I politcial science. x- or of not human Is the affair great = Jacksonville, Fla. i :Tampa Fla, \ I;,. .\\i..

Nearly every club in Iowa is studying i BAB PEN AND WATCH fOB.pects >

'. suffrage directly or indirectly. I k . .. ,.., .. ,'"'' '" -'
to favor may care to receive. Children's Picture
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" The Tennesse--tjeration has The heart of child .
, established Often, however there are one or two any '' > .
i a t mountain schools at Mountain doubtful names on her list and In case gladdened by a sight of C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN,8.arstary. .:

I Dale Elkmont and Rocky Branch. of doubt some trinket of Jewelry Is little plates and cup and ,,

Indiana clubwomen- ; ; have saved likely to be acceptable If the gift 1* for porcelain decorated with The Waters & C rii.i ""

i"'" p melon seed to feed to the birds this a woman. The simple bar pin shown fowl Thee would make ) !ri
a winter. here la set with brilliants within a mas gifts for them. ,, --.n. r

border of Jet. The watch fob of moire For especial use In the ,
i Louisiana clubwomen are working the dish seta decorated with
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ribbon la ornamented with Jet and supports -
in the promotion of rural social cen- .These, not I te.te ,
ters.The study ef civil service reform a watch In black enameL Black doll dishes however are as Grocery _GompamjE: : a i,(

1 and political science ia being un- 1* very :fashionable' this season and ,
, dertaken by the clubs of the state that anything In Jet Is a la mode. These A way of beguiling a 't 4 I .1"J1,
' its members be better would be tokens for child into taking Its food Is
,J may prepared very appropriate .J .,
I '. to understand the heed of woman suffrage an elderly woman or one who la In It In. little dishes which Wholesale aa4 Retail Dealer tit. J t

.. and work heartily for it. mourning. favorite dealgris. There .
:Jolly pattern )and one can GROCERIES Q !" iJFy ra
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clubwomen are working for sick!: child wondering which . :, ri

a$10,000$25,000 of industrial which has schoolfor IIlreafybeen girls, NUTS FOR THE TABLE.A his plate as the time for I """"" "TT """ 111 1111 1" tlN
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milar$25 amount/)OO with be secured the proviso by priv-that and of highly concentrated food value ship sent from . . .. . . . . :......,.'. .... . .:. i }
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and consequently are more digestiblewhen good things
|subscription and the state federa- \.JVB 0 .' 'f
' put through a grinder before the European SELL: WBBUTa' ; d
F f \, has undertaken-the work.Wom'an..Weekly. -
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being added to other food.It The wedding there HAY
; I_ is also well to know tho kinds of Observed are the first fifth among the \ HIDES "-r
CONUNDRUMS. nuts that should be used to get certain teenth twenty-fifth and { tendered GRAIN \ i.

; When was beef the highest When results ed respectively the paper be 'one small ... FURS, .
the cow jumped over the moon.How' Pecans, peanuts English walnuts, crystal, silver and golden them nor FERTILIZERS, 4 .
' do youknow that the cow hazlenuts, filberts hickory nuts, pine It is a pretty sentiment to She 0 0 WOOL .
'jumped'over the moon? By the Milky .nuts} piatachos and almonds are tis these anniversaries, and. 1 picture She SHINGLES,>\ ;" 1. ''f .
t k Way. suebuilders.. Butternut, Brazil nuts hints can be had for a gift country from "" ' ..,,,',." ,;,,t'e ..'
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Why' are well-fed chickens like successful black walnuts and coeoanuta-the oily name of the anniversary has been ORANGE BOXES: : AND ( .

'.. farmer r Because they are nut*-are quick best'and energy pro Invitation to the first : This demure .ORANGE .- ..,.. I '.'J a-
, blest-with full crop .ducers. are usually limited to intl, a district de. 4 WRAPS 0VEGETLBLE'CRATES -. .ALL :; ..
+ ,' ]. What' 'will1 impress the ear more 'Chestnuts and chinquapins rank'a but for the crystal silver her parents .; ,1{ .

than< falsetto voieel. A false set cereal and breadstuff. 'They may ially the golden wedding this country. .. .: COUNTRY, ., .t. ,
of teeth' -, '. take the place of rice or potatoes Being Brings are the rule,, .. dancer of .. .'' 'I.'
they must be cooked to the CRATE: !NAILS.; PRODUCE ,.;.
Why.lathe letter. R like the face of starchy < .,. enjoy ( : ,.
Hamlet's' father It,is more in sor be suitable for the table. ' ?- ''JF. ," ., she will f .. ,.' . .. : .., '
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'win T.* Because it his a Cork in it.- .. I they contain a. good supply of will,'male tout;, "ofmy p rhaps. when ," '1 W. sell Held aad garden seedsiW all kJMa. v ,
,What'Jlne: .-brightest: .idea.ia the i all the teed,elementhe; high price l tr.:> :-, 1l4-6: S'j->" return'to her ;.1 .W. delivery eial attention .to fltl*r out knatlag, ; ( tad caMptag parti**.
j world?*:Youreyei. dears. ": .". 'of a inondemake'therp" a1)) luxury al Professor,' remembrances p' Ira day Halts,: Pboa No..IX. '/ v }
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.: ,, .' ; . I ., THE KISSIMM'EE VALLEY' dAZETTE- .
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O& +$9+ ,, rt!!' 'tt dy.T/Xlxoae-. .present were.Misses Lauri resident, in the,chair. This .was an L. Lupfer;' piano soloy Miss Louise dainty.'refreahm.nt8 ; :ianducM1reerv.4byth.
program,
a3tttt ia "ftnt.tr 'Jt.""rAM'Mi.. i .5 1 of te
.. jvThhmQZ..Tliomaaotu-u: What, Should .Teachers
EPI t lJi' ' .. l'k'-Mes8l'r."Arthur') teat! e.-n -ja Ia.-were. ppeau ,EXplltLAJMLj.rntO1"_zt t. _T..sAbete : ; I.: ..-..-: JI.! '

2 ;4.Socieiy 1J tis.I" $ Jarrel, Will Mason Tiller, Joe Far- and every,one seemed interested and ter; reading by M,... JTEafl L'upfeT7: .a1 h our. UUJI\A: .. --;-.

; . mer, and R. F. .Webb.. : thoroughly enjoyed the.subjects unyiiv "Rock Me to Sleep, Mother, Rock Me" '-. The next meeting of the Mathe '''. 1

-u-. """" :>"-"'-"". -"- _..._-......_- _'., _...;_-'..,. ", _,_. "..... .. <. iiJit-ar-t'" b'l s'vWnt-cl: v.... 4eiacus1oJejohlowigprogramwa8 d 1ightIuhIyendered. Son : THow to Sleep.'Does encore the'nsmeTrmliii'iir, Four Leaf Clover Affect1KT ; Self-Culture club will be held at the. '
IIarrfi.Editor..) . PIICKEN: V DINNER:--DEc"'1r' -", .."... "-, th.CIdehtfrstaMuNni -
; (Mattle-Brfle( .lub members' 0Id"Folk. '
; I itHomepaperan Cnara clef"of tl'fe"'SIlmot.Pro '
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- The ladies of the' First ChristianChurch 'discussion '."Itow M titNJtrbtt;: Fsiday&fte't'noonDeeember11and '"
: fessor
"Will give -chickenr"dinner' ,. Evans; 'song b'the.t1ubmem.'bera'H ', : a. good at- ,
: in'tile '
Carl the Horn Be More ""'
Helpful to : ..HomeMiss ,
tiri.dftn.rk J Reqveit it Bade to all patron of tie Valley Gazette t. semi Items Wilson building, Friday, December the School? How Can the School Be Louise Thomason at the piano. tendanc.isurgedThwsubjeetior; -

I i'eI'( 'society' .' event* to the Editor (for. publication in tne.*' 'colna, various 11. ways Chicken, And will there be will served also be in More Helpful .to the Home" Mrs. S.rATLATATLP.STfl ,After the, rendition of the above this Home meeting,.School will and be' Sunday"Songs..BehooLGet'YourFresh.Fat in "the


i :. ... '. _ . .SS.S.-S-A..AS-AS-A-SS.S-tt.AA.P..flrflflnn w flfl I.... the son.accompanying Come out and good help things a in good sea-I

I cause, and at the same time help
U tosby 1 1 -> TALENT TEA. fruit were served. Those present yourself to' something good to eat. i '
. .;The talent tea of the Methodist were Misses Ruth Campbell, Margaret Thirty-five cents will be the price, and
; : I church will entertained by Mrs. and Helen Winn, Ethel Joiner, we think you will not find It too much. ,
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1.1. 1 t|Bishop at her home on Maple avenue. Elizabeth Parker, Irene Franklin, I Everything will be cooked to a turn, APALACHICOLAOysters
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IaI4MFLo&Ithei Catherine Tiller, Ruby A bury,. Ma and the coffee will be as good, if not ,
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\ CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING. mie Pilley. better than has been served formerly. Bracelet WatchesAre
thotlt .s r The Civic league will meet next PYTHIAN SISTERS. . .

# ,. t Tuesday, December 8, at 3 p. m., at Mrs. J. E. Lupfer and Mrs. Roma MOTHERS' CLUB.
the Chapter House.. Thomas entertained the Pythian Sisters The Mother's Self-Culture club met
S Wednesday afternoon at the homeof last Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
LEAGUE SOCIAL Mrs. Lupfer on Verona avenue. A the Chapter House, November 27, with t
I Th members of the Senior Epworth picture contest was diversion for the Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. John Over- very popular
league will give a social Friday evening afternoon and Mrs. Joe Sears won the street and Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter as timepiece. and the beauty of the bracelet. We. have. them ATTHEBroadway -
in the parlors of the church for prize. Delicious refreshments were hostesses, and Mrs. W. B. Makinson, from $18.00 1 to $35.00. "
:the young people. of. the. town. served. The Pythian Sisters will rr I

( .-Ranaaa MRS. CLARK. HOSTESS. meet next Thursday evening at 7:30 KEEP IT HANDY, FOR RIIEUMA. What's nicer for a Christmas gift for wife sweetheartS CafeWhen 1
C.Chm Mr. and Mra. J. D. Clark entertain- instead of 3 o'clock.CAMPING. TISM. sitter
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1.ged.agoomphy ed Mrs. Reep, of Kissimmee Park, at S S I No use to squirm and wince and try S
home Pen- PARTY. to wear out your Rheumatism. It will 1
their on
lunch Tuesday at
th.mfl* Iteld avenue. I The members of the Oskito Campfire wear you out instead. Apply some We have other watches too, at the price you wish to pay. yon buy Apalachicola Oyster*.
Fiends 3 .1 5 5 5 J girls spent the week-end campingat Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub it in here of
are sure getting
BIRTHDAY PARTY. Fish lake. Mrs. Carr and Miss I just let it penetrate all through the yon osUy
the fde
Thepuchse Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson entertained Elizabeth Carson chaperoned the par- affected parts; relieve the soreness C. A. COLE good. ....--.., ...tnqUa. y ac
Saturday afternoon in honor of ty. The time was spent fishing, bath and draw the pain. You get ease at The JewelerNext Oysters. direct from salt wata7/We'
; sramp I the fourth birthday of their- daughter ing and rowing on the lake. Those I once and feel so much better you wantto are prepared to supply yon IB say; :
In1910nacr.,- Geneva, at their home on Mabbette in the party were Misses Margaret go right out and tell other sufferers door to Citizen Bank quantity-plnta, .quarts, .or' by the. t
.. street. Games were enjoyed on the Stanford, Norma- Griffin, Grace Gil- about Sloan's. Get a bottle of ,
..indewicompan .lawn after which delicious refreshrnents bert, Violet Bullock, Muriel Prentis. Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any Phone 289 gallon. Why not some for supper tonight ,
were servedDARLINGHERBERT.. Mary Tiller and Ellen Anstead, Mattie druggist and have it in the house ?
I .. .S S. Stanford, Catherine Carr, Lucile against Colds Sore and Swollen .
sgs.ofontb.1 Downing, and Ada Louise Simpson, I Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ail Direct Shipments Received Daily
Mr. Carr, Laurence Carr ments. Your back i if not satis
Roy Carr, monet '
$65 an > \ Mr., Albert B. Darling and Mrs. Mrs. Woodham Ned Bullock, Ray. I fled, but it does give almost instant
profit of Ohio. were uni- The Broadwav.Cafe
4 Maude R. Herbert, mond Bearden and Prof. Anstead also relief. Buy a bottle to-day. :
OOOe'thslan i M. Chis1'holra .
I I'ted In matrimony by Rev. A. camped at Fish lake. I
I I : at his home Thursday evening l PHONE 42.

jation.ge [ i.at 6 o'clock. They have planned to MRS. JARREL,.HQSTESS.i ooo oooooooooooooooo oo oo o o.ooo.oo.... (--._. _....!.._--

t'Th.* faa spend the winter. in. .Kissimmee. i I Mrs. A. B. Jsrrel entertained a few

SambThag. f U. D. C. MEETING. of her friends among the young people I

., \ The regular monthly meeting of the I II of the city Friday evening at her home I S
Miami I Will Bryan chapter, U. D. C., will be on Patrick street. The evening was '
I I held at the Chapter House next Wednesday spent in playing games and the fol- A Nervous W<" "'I".n Finds
at r afternoon at 3 o'clock. As this I I| lowing program was rendered: Vocal
.. II the regular time for the election of j:i solo, Miss Laura Thomas; instrumental Relief From Sfffcnnff.Yomcn : !

officers a full attendance is desired. solo Miss Virginia Tiller; reading \ uJ.o!, utTer fiom
. AT THE KATZ VALUE extreme
( Miss Louise Clark; instrumentalsolo CORNER .
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AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE. Miss Maurice Dann and vocal n r't. M lure much ..J
The American Woman's league will solo, Mr. R. F. Webb. After the Miffern.K': IriuM-. ,II"?, III.L!; any relief..
meet at the Chapter House next Monday gram the guests enjoyed making pro-I E ,II I' i-i 1 '. "11",1', i Ti; Tn.J 0.. .
1'1 at 8 m. This being the last i hid, .
: i i .in cxjjti in < rrji'rding;
meeting a f.the year it would be well How To dive Quinine To Children. I i will fiiid which she. sjys: ..
: : most in the Christ-
if.U dues were paid at this time. --you everything 'tx mon('ia I
c1d.d "1 Business preparatory to the annual FRBRILINB U he.trade-mirk turn. fi.rn to an j .. -. l dfastvlth,
c election of officers in January will be i Improved Quinine 't.U a Taalelca.Syrup.pi....- : Goods line _
kT1o r ant to tpke and do not disturb the stomach. i E mas viz: Ivoroid Toilet Articles I .rl
transacted and a full attendance is Children take It s.'e never know It la Quinine. . ,
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: a Alao especially ipted to adult* who cannot /_ > *
i' deiired. S . tike ordinary Quinine. Does not aauaeata norcaua Leather Goods the best assortment of Ladies'Handkerchiefs 1j"1 $ *Knit M..MH. '1 .11.
I HOST. *nervousness nor rinsing In the head. Try V -IIaIt'* ,"',.. yt. -nt.i .-
.4 .con MR. LAWLER. It the next Urn yon need Quinine for any pur.poae. I
t Rev. S. W. Lawler entertained the Ak for -ounce original package. The shown in Kissimmee and ( I .i not. ''d
: r name FBBBJUNR la blown in bottU 25 cent. ever .
? official board of the Methodist church ) 't : I rilyLtest.r ,

with an oyster supper Tuesday evenIng I _..: ..I... AI II.n... ..4.t '
, ? I numerous other things. \ II :
'/ ' ,at his home on-Church street. : .J. \\ I, .1,1 :,'.110-1
:; .dIs Mr. Lawler's guests were Messrs. \ "" -Il .t: 11)' 10 I e.;
., &n C. W. Griffin, D. G. Wagner, L. N. :, 1" "" ,.
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: Zimmerman McPhatter J. L. Overstreet J. .W. RARE OPPORTUNITY 1 The Ladies' I JJ.tM\ /: ".. M)' I'u.-FT
.H,0j Tucker, J. J. M. Lee, P.It -- Ready-to-Wear Department of hI"":. ? In'lo',1 011 .
? X. Weaver.W. C Bass, E. L. Lesley I .
: -- 'i- i i l>r.Ullos' .
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t1o Gilbert.
and J. R. this Katz Store is all
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showing something new .* ,
: j ji Six hundred acres of land N r\ -i J II i It') imi>rubcfor \e
EARNEST WORKERS TO I "I.-.1. flii-liid, ,j i he flrnt boltleuntil
+ #, HAVE DOLL SALE in the best Fruit and Truck. the time. Come in and let us demonstrate to f. I wait ..t[.1.II. "H> >
I I ing aection of Florida. 10. All,,, J.I.1.. II t.N.; i'lit.
The Earnest Workers of the Presbyterian -' the Superior Styles and Values that this department t :L'CJ: llu.No. 1'1.1 Tlr.n (/hlo.
church will conduct a sale of acre Grove and 2,000,000feet you
: I doll clothes and ,other miscellaneous Many reTief'i"s" ; arc rec rrmrnJcd
Lets I, articles Friday and Saturday, December I of virgin timber. Two offers.In for
  • .. Miss Mattie miles of lake front.' Will sell I IJ
    ;. ; 11 and 12, at Bandy's that fail .to produce results \because '

    ,, ,?*millinery store. They invite the.pubeI in tracts or as a whole. This they do not reach the seat of the i-
    will have
    lie to see the stock they onj4iipIay.
    land is growing more valuable trouble. Dr. /?thiies' .Nervine has '
    . I -J the Men's Department we are sh Wing value "
    its in- ,
    $ 'rl.' :',,I FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. very day.. Now Is -the proven $uc> cases so j,

    i p I Ip '. : Mrs.were',J. D.hostesses Clark and Tuesday Mrs. of C.the L .time ts buy. Terms.S. Styleplus Clothes at $17. This line, for style, many to make titneaieti.i claims. : lar'i ,It.' ,unncc" You't!caB arT,,"?''i ,

    ; ____ ,i Five Bandy Hundred, club at. the kome of prove il. niorits for yourself by'
    :, Mrs. Clark on Penfield avenue. Delicious S. GRIFFIN, ORLANDO, FLA. quality and workmanship has no equal at anything "tI, ;z .. : ,,[ ; ... .' t.t5t: / .

    rs1 : refreshments were served. ",'I;I,,. \' ,I'I : I n I "_ '.. II you
    i Those present were, Mrs. Cadel, Miss like the money. All we ask is that you " ,.. I .. I IriiLE. t
    l Turville, Misses Virginia and. Angle
    ..:. Makinson Miss Mary Dixon, Mrs. i ".L.J l._ .I_ ,, C.khart. In..
    of these remarkable values and
    i : i Ragsdale, Irs. Woodbeck, Mrs. Katz TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, try on one we

    Mrs. Boice, Miss Bay, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. HAIR STOPS FALLING
    j: 'j- .Qverstreet and Miss Lenora Richards. I I feel sure you'll ever ,afterwards be a STYLEPLUS MAN.
    : ',, S S S .o OOOOOOO'OO'OO..O"'O'..
    .w. :. ,, LADIES' AID. Sa"e. yaur Hair! Get a 25 cent Bottleof -}
    ]J .. The Ladies Aid society of the Presbyterian I Danderine right now-Also
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    wf suf4 church held its regular stops itching scalp. J
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    monthly) meeting Wednesday afternoon -
    Do Your 'Xmas !
    Shopping Early
    .- at the manse. The following Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
    ,4 program was rendered: "Talk on the hair is mute evidence of a neglected
    Work of the Society Mrs. Caldwell; scalp-of dandruff-that awful scurf. ..
    I THURMtl, "
    Itb' ; PTM. I.D. POITEI, XT. ; ;
    Bible Mrs. Evans
    Talk Characters
    1 on ; There I is nothing so destructive to '
    : .' -violin solo Donald Faulkner, accom- the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair :
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    ccro; .*> panled by his sister' Miss Helen; read- of its lustre, its strength and its very Open Year Round \ \
    ;( InC Mrs. George Persons; reading life; eventually producing a feverishness : KATZ
    so : 'I 1 Mra. Walter solo, Mrs. Kenton.
    ; reheahment.piano and itching of the scalp which . o+oe. is sees ess o
    ii-c Delicious of tea and .
    .. if not remedied causes the hair roots I
    *n :; *' cake were served. to shrink, loosen and die-then the :
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    I ; .t V i: CHILDREN'S PARTY. hair falls out fast. A little Danderine Kissimmee Florida Malaria or Chills & Fever
    i1 Little Miss Lenora Van Dozer entertained tonight-now-any time-will surelysave :
    m'co \* a number of her friends your hair. Prescription No.6M is prepared especially
    Friday afternoon at her home on Get a 29 cent bottle of Knowlton' : lor MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER. .
    Into Beaumont avenue in honor' of little Danderine from any drug store. Yon Five or six doeee will break My eaea.eod.
    LA 'A: MlsS Ruth Campbell. Games were surely can have beautiful hair and Iota I If taken then as a tool the F.wUI act
    r"E''" played on the lawn after which re- of it if you will just try a little Dan- : return. It acts oo the Uver better tha.

    aIdu rn ,zreshments.. of punch and cake II and derine. Save your hair! Try itt! ..SSSSSSSSISS. . .000..0..0..0.0.000..0..000..0..00000.0..0..0..0000.. I INAW.THET's I Calomel ad does not crip.or sicks*. 2Se


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    A.YDECEMB':$ 'c'l.14' r l'HE EoISS'.IE 'VALLEY GAZETTE .t. 'PAG&7: ,It

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    THE USSWMEE VALLKT GAZBTOT. I. Mrs." Cook. formerly Miss .Ruth REV LAWLER'GOES TO 11 I. probable that other members of the, PROPOSITION TO' MAKE ..

    t _.. :...---4T.1sphm.lea.tl. ..: Oruetreetof; Haines City, has been ,. CONFERKNCK. NEXT: WEEK, church will'go down later'in the tveek t ...1
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    ? . HABJUft.il More people]are using Beed'i home for Lakeland to be present at &II an Mentally'. 'Unh.ppy-PIIy.leatly' Dull; I I. order : ;:
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    a ,,._..........,;" ....:, ,, .., ..._ w. bakery.J>read every'"day. There's a nual meeting of the.board of trustee .I have got "to devote at least six Wx$ feet to ea South' Bra.*"*
    ssbli 11' "it"af 6aikf ob riie t -of Sooihern eolkf i the taU Mrthedist *Tae Uver. .11121ab..aD4...Inactive., '' Jie .. :
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    months tfmnr winding-tip-
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    S-tf. l -- school*et Su erlsnd-'Fla, OoTuesday first-shows. & state-v, my sweet mar+Paik 8thIC'wtttra.aU -:
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    : : (l he and critical..' J4ever-l there estate,of 'm)' brother,in'.Georcta.dam .. 'aback.of a......... ,
    : -following, -will go to Arcadia unhappy ,
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    .. Mr. and Din :
    F. A. Lincoln and
    il : Mr, real
    Weather Report A compelled. Wdispoe.y:
    the Stomachand
    -where when
    : ; Theproperty has
    and Mrs. Frank conference couvenes. ,on joy. as brick pared .1
    : Estey spent Wednesday Uvervare estate and insurance business in.Lake
    Wednesday. . doing their work. Keep .street n.ea&.ld..Ik. __.. ,
    'very. ,-plea nt1y at. Kissimmee I land or. half of' same; if you are in- and
    Members
    I of'the- Methodist congregation :your healthy age water connections,
    rark. and."" and friends of' Rev.- Lawler' using Dr. Kings Neand. Pills; they, terested.write me at .once. 'There i* .f

    , Fo$owinc,,are,"dally' temperatures Mrs. ROIl'Overstreet ier little here hope that the conference will return empty the Bowels freely tone up your I money ,for., yon. .in' it. PRICE 1500.00.. .
    and' precipitation daughter are spending a few day in him to the Klssimmse church for Stomach, cure your>> Constipation and I Will give tenor if acceeaary,.
    town as guest* 'of. her father,..r'. H. another year. " toorlfy the Blood.. 25e at Druggist I 'Box 388Lakeland .. "
    Governmentstation
    , &* reported by Lawson. 'VsAfter Mr. John M. Lee will accompany Bucklen'i. ,Arnica. Salve ,excellent: for I ; J. M.: W1LLSOH! JR,

    at Kissimmee for*the a>sit with her sister Mrs Mr. Lawler 'Ito these meetings. and it Piles. V"Stanford's "nog ida ........ '
    week ending pee; 4, 1914. Waring, of Lakeland, Miss MildredLee ,

    is the guest of Miss Lee Wilson, t..
    Friday u __ _,79 64 Arcadia.
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    Saturday ___. __78 63 There Ir nothing that would be appreciated The BUSINESS' COURSE' at STETSOI>T

    Sunday __ i._ __16 68 more by :your friend than ; '.

    Monday __ ._ __81 64 Studio the of place yourself to get, and them.Wilder'48-51 I I Stanford'sYOU .1 WINTER: TERM begins January .t., Tuition It a' month.,'. ,Indltldaal'la' -j>
    Tuesday.. .. ..85 63 struetlon b7 collTadvat.s o Jx. {
    : Miss Anne Carson is Atlthmvtle.
    Bryan expected I. A COmm.rclal Conrs embracingBookkplns? Bu>lnM ag
    Wednesday home from where Commercial lAW. Penmanship, Business BnffllSB. Rapid Calculation Offloer
    I -- ---- I today Miami i
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    l' I Thursday __ ?_ -83 62 I visiting she ha friend been spending' several week j YOU want a good Auditing.Practice.IL An Spelllnc.Advertlelns Advanced:. Commercial Course. embracing- Advanced Bookkeeplna-.. ...> t

    !1 ................. ..... Miss Lucile Pike, who i* attending looking Suit Coat III. A .p.cll.Bankln v Course.IV. house
    1 I I't the or A Shorthand. Course embracing Benn Flttmaa Ctenosrsphr. ,.TovoMTypewriting. ki.-web
    linn iii.d MfIM FMNN business college here spent .. Business letter, WrlUn*, Bpelllns. -' St are. n
    holiday with her mother .
    Thanksgiving for'Xmas V. A Manufacturing Coarse. ,
    at Eagle Lake. ; 4 i VL A epartmeat of Business Administration l.ading'to .,PIa. B."DgreA. this polllaanH
    ; In Uf Collage o< Uberal Arts. i color <
    THE LOCAL FIELD.
    Mrs. R. E. McCollum and Mrs. Powell
    J Band for Catalogue of Stetson Colter of liberal Ann BUSINKM: COt-' s !
    't of Colquitt, Ga., mother and sister LKQK. Con.... of Law School of Technology School of Male School of PI*.,
    of Mrs. J. J. Griffin, are guests Arts Tbomestla Soleaoe, and of School .' '..... ".. Address STETSON UNIT-: > i
    II II II of the latter on Main street. 8ITT OeLand, Florida. s -Tc

    "WhHtier people at court are: J. .; point
    ) W. H. Brokaw, with Gritting Broth W. Johnson and wife Barney Johnson ire si

    ers, the tree peoplo. 40-tf W. H. Jones Emery H. Stephen, : ,,> heavyssociatio
    \ Miss Plummer is visiting friends in I E. R. Baas and W. R. Godwin. i Th

    lakeland. George Cram John C. Cobler, William We
    t B. E. Evans spent Tuesday in St. Johnson and Mike Peterson were Z SHOE SALE [ The a.
    Cloud on business. some of the St. Cloud people in Kis handle the famous brand ., Big Days the best i

    5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case simmee on business this week. SCHLOSS BROTHERS dotis- ithe state

    of Fever or Chills. Price, 26 cents. Mrs. S. Parisa and Miss Pocock of imf _ _ they come is all sixes, I

    J. W; Harris was in Orlando on Lakeland, have been guests at the styles ad fabrics _ _ cat toM OtWt.
    business Wednesday. home of Mrs. Franklin and Mrs. Dil- THEY OnlyAT.
    and bull to
    wear. Saturday Monday
    lard this week, while In the city on & |
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    ._._.. .Mrs. Winfred Reep was in the cityshoppTngTuesday. buaineas ARE CHEAPER because they M@we.e .
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    J. F. O'Berry made a business tripto Factory to your home saves you wear longer \ I } r + .
    that See
    Tampa this week. R.50.00 DeWitt to $100.00 Brown.on piano. PRICES RANGE FROM DUTTON-HARRIS CO, :

    -. S. J. Triplett of St. Cloud, spent uMi
    Paul Marks left for St. Petersburg
    Monday in the city. early in the week and writes friends $15 to $25 la l
    field boxes for sale cheap. with real
    ",' Cypress that he is now associated a
    Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf I II estate firm of that city as steno .rww.irw. If yon wait .a rood pair of Shoe at LESS THAN COST, doal. let. : : W* m

    C.. Klock: of St. Cloud was aMon-I grapher. ( COME AND EXAMINE THEM < this opportunity pas; Be sure to cost ix. and see these Shot. Satr:, ; t
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    I day visitor in the city. ,' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weaver have returned I day sad Monday. Her they are -' E COM

    -4 W. L. Moseley, of Shingle Creek from their wedding trip spent QUEEN QUALITY .HOES, 50 50 I
    is attending court today. in LaFayette Ind., as guests of his Woman's Shoe made______ $2 t 9 $4. 100 I'AIHg OK THE KAMOfM nOVoisX: SHOES FOR 1n ICY. Theca abe.. .
    Stratton of St. Cloud spent parents, and are now at home on tfatpbeit I ax add .IS... !. Mark a.d t. mmttmm mmm tmrf mmm O '; ,5..
    J. S. ,
    THETFLORSHEIM are rranlar MLOO, SSJMt s.d:VT.OU rel.... While $ *- S' ;
    Monday here on business. Mabette street. $5.00) tbi.. last. ..Iy-------------- ....... .____._. iMMMrad
    M. went to Gotha I R. II. Alderman and DeWilton Alderman a Man's Shoe--________________________________- I ,.
    Mrs A. Moseley . .... .. .. .., .. !
    from Basaen aim I'Alltn t>V CIIILnilRn** SHUBH vlrl kl tents.;
    came er I ; *
    Wednesday for a week's visit. up duties. DOUGLAS SHOE .50) white .... book ... ....... ....... T.._ ..._ are Mab sad ,.W eat' .
    Wednesday to attend court $3 .... ..... .... ... ..... .
    Sheriff Gordon of Orlando, spent and I. efld .1. If TO. .1 y. will .set. s b/lt, S'
    Known from Coast to Coast for style durability '
    business.C. They report heavy rains in that section ---- l>.....1., \\tll poBlllvvlV b* wad AT COST ..* BUL.UW. (..0..., i ji I<
    Wednesday here on I
    of the county. I JeIO PA III* WOMEN HIIOKM I. s44 rU all lah_ .!... sit I $'
    H. Funk of Hilliard's Island, was Mr. and Mrs. Peter Raulerson and H. C. STANFORD CO. ...... T..... ..._. .... rwvlarlr fr M>S3JM1 <. MJMk Vhvr will fc W'. < -. kV
    I in town on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Raulerson of rl.wd ..! at t OST sad BELOW <'OIlT.Don't < >
    S. B. Aultman went to Orlando Okeechobee, are spending the week at < '
    Wednesday on a business trip. the Manhattan hotel while the men .
    .b 4 l. Cypress field boxeD for sale cheap. are attending court here. Forget All Day Saturday .and $ .m

    ,7 Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29tfG. I I II. L. Clayton, who has been at a ooo ooooooo 48t0946 .

    W. Stone of Haines City was New Smyrna hospital for three weeks r Monday atButtonHarris '
    Wednesday on business I following an operation for appendi if i- I
    in town
    Miss Vivian Lee continues her visit citis returned home Monday and is NOTICE To All PATRONS of the

    with Miss Vess Parker of Bartow.B. f able to be on the street again.Dr. i 'C' k PN

    M. Sims, of Ocoe, was a business and Mrs. C. W. Coley, Mr. and :' 0. .
    Mrs. W. N. McClure and nurse Miss ,
    this week.E. -
    in the city
    visitor
    Jone'i of Harrison, b., arrived in the ... N
    G. McCrary of Lakeland spent city Wednesday to spend the winter P ARLOR.lVIARKET 0..10..... .. ..00..10 ootooo.:
    Sunday in the city with friends. and are stopping with Mrs. W. H. .

    I A. A. Tano has 'been this to week.C. Palm. Farmer. : O!. ..OOtoooo.o..o.... ...oo.to.ot JpP004N) N4 r,
    Beach on a business trip Carl C. Forsaith, of Cambridge .
    Si Gregg, of Jacksonville was a Mass.' spent a few days in Kissimmeethis and GROCERY '
    business visitor in the city Thursday week in the interest of Harvard Do Your
    .' Mrs. T. B. Hendricks, of Lakeland,,, university. Mt. Forsaith is investigating Shopping" rly>
    business. the lake muck of Florida.
    pent Tuesday in the city on
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    t several A. C. days Wright here, of,on Okeechobee business, spent' this convention Atrtha! .annual held in state Tampa Sunday last school week have taken over the management of the PARLOR MARKET DOT A T' THE BIG STOKE' 1

    week. ,. Rev. W B. Witherspoon of this city, and GROCERY, and wish to notify ,aH customer that, hereafter I-
    member of the executive
    ? 4,;from'a'twoweeki.1{ Miss Bess- Mosely visit has with'ret Orlando. lrnedI was committee made a'of 'the Sunday school 'ALL ACCOUNTS:: "are, due aod PAYABLE'WEEKLY. .By. dob*' ',

    friends. board.Mr. W. M. Lawler and bride for- ,. this I will be able toSave c tf
    lifetime investment.Get Sale of
    A piano is a from R. DeWitt merly Miss Novell of Lakeland, have B gRedu'ction
    a good one gone to Fort Myers to make their,'
    Brown. home after a few day visit here with f
    Ackias Bass, county commissioner, his parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. W. You Money t
    was in from St. Cloud Monday on Lawler.V. .


    business.F. few H. Lawson days and has is been still quite confined ill the to from. L.Alton Dibble Kan.returned, where he last spent Friday the because it will enable me to buy cheaper.when I can buy for cash, Women's' Suits and CoatsALL : .

    past his
    his home. summer. He was accompanied by consequently I will be able to seU you at the LOWEST POSSIBLE fbbrtk
    G. G.
    '/ nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
    j The Virtuolo is the player piano Hahn who will spend the winter here PRICES. Please remember this and from NOW ON all 'bills will be ,
    R. DeWitt
    ; that doesnt get out of fix. with him.
    a lanai]
    Brown. WEEKLY. .
    PAYABLE
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    Sanford, Fla., wasa W. W. Bonney has returned to.Kansas _. _._ _:_ DAY
    J. W. Eaton, of City after a brief business tripto _ :...:.:: _ :':-': :L.9JW : ations
    earlyin
    in the town'
    business visitor ,
    Orange Center and Kissimmee. E.

    Mrs.the week.C. D. Smith of Campbell station place H. Morrey with the is land taking company Mr. Bonney's at Orange : GoodmanPROPRIETOR iJV

    Thursday., was in the city on business Center. Saturday and j MondaySee Ire 1 P

    been
    has Mrs. J. W. Clarkson, who has
    A. J. Wright of BasBBnger. visiting her sister Mrs. II. M. Brat-
    in the city
    been spending several days ton, leaves Monday for her home in
    this week. Va. On her home she I
    Sharps way Parlor Market and
    Grocery
    Mrs. Lanier and daughter of Camp- stopped at Lovejoy, Ga.. for a visit
    bell station were shopping in the city with her niece Mrs. Hamilton.C. .l.
    Our Window
    Wednesday. "TH PLACE WHERE CASH TALKS" DisplayI 1\<
    Estey left Monday morningfor A. Carson jr., and family re-
    Ward to accept a position turned to their home at Camp Ham- __4 ___________ ____>">_______ ; rY
    New Smyrna mock Wednesday after being here for
    In a drug store.Reed's several days while Mr. Carson was .00.0.0000.00.0..0..0000..

    label bread is lust like mother attending court. Mrs. C. -A. Carson --- - --- -- -- --- be Esb
    Every wants to nicely
    be e woman
    sure
    used to bake. Try sr., accompanied them home for a 'f.
    it carries the label. 48-tf. brief visit.Friends. Voters of Osceola I
    To the Democratic County
    r D. S. Jenkins of Tampa, has been will be glad to learn that dressed for the Holiday festivities.,

    in the city several days looking after Mrs. M. J. Hicks who has been ill ina t i . : :'

    .r business matters. sanitorium in Atlan>afpr several At- the earnest request of many . __ Perhaps you have not yet secved you own winter ...t6tis -.o fcer* '; ;'
    from - n '
    r M. J. Gallagher has returned weeks\ was sufficiently improved friend. I hereby announce myself --- --- ;------- ---- I .
    workingfor i opportunity to get a ....tifaJ. and styHsh Salt Coat at -
    Daytona. where he has been Thanksgiving to be moved to the homeof candidate for election to the of- your or a ; ; .
    several weeks. her daughter Mrs. J. W. Wood a of Public. treat reduction. Com and Inspect these garments at th. fell.., ; ', ,
    of Superintendent
    W. II. Johns and John Thompson who lives in Atlanta. fice.., 'I'" r,
    ,
    .have been in town on Instruction at the primary electionto bug price:
    of Whittler L. R. Farmer's many friends will f
    business this week. sfmpathizewith him in the loss of be held December 19. and solicit -! -I
    REGULAR PRICE SPECIAL CASH PRICE
    and children occurred at and
    Mrs. i. C. Arenburg his father whose death your vote support.I ; !
    ,\,' rw of Green Cove Spring are visiting his home in Matthews, Gaz: last Mon I appreciate the great impor- x.00 $21.75
    tfcelativej in the city. j day. Mr. Farmer was flotiAed by tele- tance of the school system of the .'. 1. ;, ., 25.00 1&50 'I ..
    JriUThose wanting photos for Christ- gram and left on the midnight trainto .. ,.,t. ';' %0.00' 14. 0
    t, CVJr.: will please call early so as to be present at the funeral. county and realize tht the position ' I 15.00 11.%5
    \\.f'"'''a r: i-time l to finish them. wilder requires good business management .: .1. ,..'
    Studio. 4o &L 14. 0 9M
    TROUBLE. and careful systematic work____
    the Kenansville people ins END STOMACH for the advancement of chil- 12-50 9M
    Among GASES OR DYSPEPSIA our J-
    this week were L. L. ; 4 7.50 <. .4.4S
    i' town for court dren, to better fit them for the 4

    .. Fertice and E. R. Bass. Sensiba, of "Pape'. Diapcpsln" makes Sick. Sour duties of life. : s.so 3,60 .
    ; W. C. (
    : Mr and. Mrs. Stomachs surely feel fine
    motored into town toE' Gassy That there is nothing too good I
    I'I Thurman spend the City day,Wednesday. In five minutes. for them in the line of education I ; I IV
    at If what you Just ate is souring on Watch for Our Big Christma.Ad. '
    R. H. Lu'dnam, after a few day. stomach or lies like a lump of we should ever keep before"u.and i : of

    1 ,1.\\v' home, has returned to; Georgia on an lead your refusing to digest, K>r you belch spare no pains or efforts that would : :' V' .; :
    business tri.p. ;:..ol' NEXT WEEK: .. :} ?
    extended
    : bakery gas and eructate sour, 'undigestedfood bring every school in the county uP I .,
    . f' -' ,."- l label on Reed'i Home Ue< only or'have afeeling"of'dizziness, to.the highest standard' If 'electedto
    tread atancb fer purity. heartburn fullness, nausea, bad taste
    t I will give it'
    L this position
    I''t.1 label,bread.-48-tf., In month and stomach-headache peritonal
    G. Francis returned blessed relief In five minutes. attention and use'my utmost '
    1 !iC.pt. and Mrfc-D. can get !
    but.week from a visit of, "-*- Put an end to stomach trouble forever endeavors" keep increasing I the i DAMN'S DEPT. STORE
    :oral weklnr.Hartford. Conti..: by getting a large fifty-cant CM of efficiency of the 'school 'system"ofOscoola e .

    : "> AM&Albort"Carter., : .of'i0rt.ndo the, Pape' Diapepsin from minute any drugstore.You bow-Pood-. county, ii/' ,:V.',"c ',.". . .. Jt: ;
    *spent.last .BundatD"thW" dty; realise la fivo ;. I will regularly,visit,d l. schools and remember: he motto that "Eternal ** I
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    Griffin. from indigestion STORE"i
    It I to suffer ''b TNEBid .h
    her.alster.MnuC.W. less V . L. ;
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    education
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    .disorder. the of food / \i
    J" r stomach price jf 1
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    dyspepsia i or any I . . "
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    ',. : '70Jt BENT--Two' at It', tie gntckast, surest stomach doe'toT'fn ,' ,Yours, respectfully,; .. J .' . . . '.:..,'
    Apply
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    1 I, "*<* '.'''.OH FOR : out to you as sound; and when you
    I atnrnad: I "Th Million the followed it up you were successful 'MER'RY CHRtStM S' .

    fls land story_uti.will. w run..ks for In- ... From the first I advised you "not to 1 and Mouth Disease ""

    Hargreave. See what has .
    an arr.n..m.nt pursue _
    l.v. ".u..r Film happened!I""Enough It'would take a whoU page to,
    ccMd1ngmrIcsn macrw- poaalbl not Hon. C. G. Memminger borne by the federal government.
    car of this chatter. I've got Recently tell you all about the varied
    'the story In this will with Lakeland member of the state boardof The question of Florida declaring a
    to to die some time; it be my
    Pee It each week at line of Gift Goods carry.
    |n gtoa to.suikles Casino. For the face toward this man I hate with all health asked Dr. Charles F. Dawson quarantine against the infected states we

    byThifls', : I soystcrr. : story $ i 's my soul. You trust to me; I'll pull out veteriparian of that body, for a or against the whole United States Send for our booklet "Helpful ,
    ,r, "' ..,.a. I of this all right. You just fix your- letter on the subject of theloot and .and Canada as has been done by one Hints for Christmas Shopp z's.'*

    ,' CONDITIONS ' self up stunningly for the opera to- mouth disease and the .probability of or more states, is one that calls for

    aid Mrs night and leave the rest to me." its invading Florida. Dr. Dawson replied great consideration. There is no question TAMPA PHOTO & ART.

    call the i ithorities by The th*prIce man of' 'woman. Olga shrugged. She was some- in the following fetter, which that the virus may be carriedin SUPPLY COMPANY,

    ( writes the most the thing of a fatalist. This man of hers will be read with great interest by many ways other than by sick ,

    ," lion of the mystery hd suddenly gone mad; and one did stockmen: animals. A quarantine such as Flor- 814 Twlggs St. Tampa Fla. I
    lure the last drama two will reels b.. not reason with mad people. Hon. C. G. Memminger, Member of ida is in shape now to demand, wouldbe II

    SOLO .. last two chapters grip ''What shall I wear?" she asked the State Board of Health, Lake. more or less a paper affair, affecting -
    ...
    . written by Harold calmly. land Fla.-Dea, Mr. Memminger: the shipping of animals from the '.' ,nl.r .h ',V
    Solutions may b* "Emeralds; they're your luck stones. Your letter concerning the outbreak of Infected aieas, and this has already

    ifLANDf Taahonser at Chicago Film or N. ; You will go to the box before I do. "foot and mouth" disease in farm animals been done by the federal government.
    time up to mldnl to I've got to spend some time at the and the probability of Its getting We have already made it illegal to LEWIS BRYAN;

    They must bear po c'Urb to'be sure that this Servan chap a foothold In Florida is received bring animals Into Florida at anytime ,
    not later than that this the state health officer for unaccompanied .by a bill of -'b-I '" 'A1' t4.SPEOIALtZINQ .+''''
    .r .'Kansas I allow four week arrives. And it is quite possible that through
    ''C.rChaml appearance of the It's our friend Jones will come later. If answer. health and this rule has been fairl -
    I -
    lease: and three ...... not Jones then Norton. I was a fool At each day may bring out some well carried out by the railroads. I -- "
    J.ged.
    Leompanv ag last paper chapter In which I. to in'' not to shoot him when I had the new development I purposely waiteda have little doubt that the roads 'will I IN \1

    .the mails, tI_.. I chance. We could have covered it up day or two before answering. be more careful than ever even ABSTRACT ;
    Florida 11j'1 A board of three without the least difficulty But I My latest information is that thereare though the federal regulations are being I

    determine which of is needed the information'about that paper or were on November 18, the following enforced rigidly A Flo.rida..q... --- 'AND < J
    : the'federL1$ ? tion rccetreri I* the states in which the disease had antine would mean our farmers could
    With Norton going to Washington I
    'rb.'I able. T-be Judgment
    () will b. absolute and : and Jones conferring with this been discovered and quarantine instituted not get farm stock to work their land. I TITLE WORK,

    pur ,Iii. of a literary But Servan I've got to strike < ulck. It by the federal government: The prices would g o up immediately.Our .
    .
    ,< swamp Id3 [ considered In the 'I ; Indiana Iowa Kentucky quarantine would not f
    Illinois paper
    In 19ft. flJ a-lve* aay preference concerns us, that I'm certain.' Perk pre-
    ) Uon.of the winner up; we've lots of cards in our sleeves I Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota vent persons walking animals across 0.000.0000..0..0000....d>
    Ian'acre.3: 1' prls*. The last two yet. Be at the opera at 8:30.: Pay no I New Jersey Pennsylvania Rhode the border from Georgia and Alabanfa.

    ( */made wi{ will wHott give oj-liiajnystery the moat attention to any One; wait for 'Island, Wisconsin New York Mary A small army would be required to FOR RENT OR SALE. ; ;
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    companyonth.1 ; f-- ..nted In the . ; Remember, I shan't write notes mt"1 land, Delaware. enforce it.
    , any messages. !
    / in U. .. sponding produce same.to these The of any trap like that to get you outI I the disease that has ever occurredin I 1 increase in the states already infected nished or unfurnished; on good

    :>( $65 ank'profit rr: will appear In the .... side. Now I am off." I America, being the fifth the last I there is good reason to believe its interstate street good neighborhood; easy \ |.
    : wd1b ..deatall,.. or a. soon Jones' approached Florence having been caused in 1898 by smallpox I spread has been checked.! No terms. Ask Mrs. Summers.iiStranger.

    000 aer&.J : tical.pearance With of the the last tf : i : iately after dinner. immt'd-I virus imported from Japan, which one can even guess it will not reach . -' --
    the land be shown the "I have important business in t h..1 also contained the virus of foot and Florida owing to the large number of

    atlons o'airo a.... hI. or her home. city tonight. Under no circumstancesleave mouth disease. ani mill'- coming into the state, and

    I' last stood teresting that featur the .. the house. I shall probably I befollowed. I While, it 'is primarily a diheaso of I ;he rase with which it spreads.In I
    "
    Th .. practical. In"e [ I I A'lit our enemies i will1I'l'd I I I[ (the ruminant animals and swine, it all the other epidemics of this
    -Cb.m1nag. two chapters of the you far more tonight than at any may also be found in hoaes, dogs( oats disease the question of its reaching
    ., old MoO rath. will I and, i birds, although I these not I II Florida was not seriously considered t
    ,\ tttr of the .... previous t imp. I shall I not send you are sosuisteptulule. are YOU LOOKING for a
    Miami .I Solutions to the 'phone or written message. You have i I It may also affect wild by the citizens, even though I. at that
    4 burg not be more than 100: hur-// your "revolver., Shoot any strange! I animals. Man is also affected through time published a bulletin in the press I

    Lauae kept Mere In ana mind some In I t man who POles \Vi'll make' inquiries contact with the animals and through/ calling attention to the possibility of FARM

    I the mystery. as an .., n ft ei, dairy" products.( it reaching here in packing materials
    POI tion: I ; j ) \' ""'.. nre near/ i t the end, I ?" whispered'Florence. It i is, as II rule a mild affection brought here by tourists. I imagineit either;
    .. ... large small? If
    1 What or so
    Millionaire- rN all. here proper measures are taken I the would be a job to get rid of the -5 ,

    .. I-What t so ; "Very near I the end." animaN i I .recoxer. i in a couple of wroks.It ill".t-aso if il got out among our range t

    '1JIf. .,-, J her, "And I shall see my father ?" I I nxay however become malignant.I'he alII mill". I think 'tt-e may rely to alaiK :;. Ask
    iILL'ed.d *. *-WhOM d .. losses largely due to shrinkage extent the federal
    saarryr Jones Id-lit. his head.; "I f we succeed nre / upon 'quarantine -
    ill flesh and wasting of the ucMer to protect us as much as any
    No. 4-W... here... Mrs.
    .... eoBateoot I i II "Th..". 'is danger ?" I thinking, of )her causing II gu eat loss in dairy cattle I that we- might doclur", unless the rliscascs Summers

    Nobody connected. t l>o\ loS Ii! finnJ this ,'1111'('. seems to be coming south and \
    ly Dollar or Indirectly. with ( I| ",1 h.,,,c is always danger when I It is the most' highly contagions! of unusuul measures become necessary.Youts COS Penfield St., one .block

    a- :ct.J. as a contestant Mystery wll I I i 'i'd lea\e I this house: So be good." the all, the diseases the farm animals, are very truly, I :.c west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde

    ,.- sion ; t I he( butler added with a '.Oiil('. heir to, and can lie. carried from place (Signed ) CHAS. F. OAWSON 'f the 2nd avenue west of courthouse -
    ': | ". .liii, "" to place in packing materials, on t thefeet *
    ;to a \Ild Veterinarian ,J leading south),
    S. Ii.LESSONS
    H.
    ._, 4.,. /.coniV SYNOPSIS OF i | "He has pro\ed that he can' take1ca of liird.s, dogs and people./ I i

    tton1r Staaley ,,(. < i e of }him' -elf." Its cause is unkonwn but it is
    ''. S BwlrwcMlouM. llar-ravr. ...P.. '. !ir "'1',11 him to be \eiy' (caieful.I kno\\n I that the virus is very easily I : FROM, JOHNNY."What ;; : '. i

    ..2 ? ,4 **. rmm o* brUllanl .. I "I'll do '0. but, it will not be necpssai i killed l h y chemicals and drying. The' I Ieisk.d
    t.. Black IluBilred. ll.. ,Jon.I't forth I \inis I I leaves the liody of the affected, are you going to do, John1
    str I r h- \ andith" I this ] .
    f ftmum for elsrateemre i n Brooklyn wife ,
    according to
    41$ ,;.' ._...t.lI,. ..... .. ... upon what I he considered' the culminating animal through the milk, saliva. the New York World. !
    ..... 'sweat feces, urine and exhalations,,
    ..an i. "" Btaetl H..d. K.o"' \ iidventuie. I S.11.BUROCK.
    $, .tr . try to sjet klaa, he ... I the i The usual brilliant crowd began to and, of course, from the vesicles that i Her husband unmapped a pair of
    of :_. .kMM. by a ballooa. ; 1 into t.Ito Braine took his foim., in the mouth on the tents andfeet i boxing gloves and replied: "I am going -
    Jag write a letter pour opera. to give Johnny some lessons in f
    : i' I *.b... where lsrhle.. : I stand by the entrance. He waited' n between the claws and at the I i
    -: "tbo .. _yteri..aiy left on .. *Hong time, but his. patience was rewarded. | union of the hair nnd hoof. self-defense. Every boy should know I i ii REAL ESTATE
    ... .... how to take care of himself in an'' .. .. .
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    .te. 11'10. 'i
    baby A I limousine I i drove up and I The udder of. the milch cow becomes ** mmmmfa% *% %ttm

    t 4 Ian day from Harrreare the back but alao It .,,- out of the door came his man, who inflamed and the resulting inflammation hurt emergency." Come on, Johnny, I won't I INSURANCEExamination

    atp this dropped tale t.. looked about with, casual interest. I He causes it to waste away to noth- I you.
    'ball*** ke eaeajwid .. 1 inThe beef animal is emaciated to Twenty minutes later the busbr.nd
    I which wheeled /
    .i ..I.,..... arrl_. dismissed I I thtlimcuistne, I returned with his hand on bin face. of Titles
    *eh_t. ()...'*.. Olsa. slowly round the corner where ,it almost nothing and in this way the "Get of meat and the
    me a piece raw
    f ....... TlaKa her and I could be' conveniently! parked. Then loss is enormous.. I II "
    v.Tep V \ ..I.*....*. Tae Black ... his Servan entered the opera. I The repressive nwasures consist in I II arnica to put on thy eye, he said. Specialty.Corresoondence .

    ; 'LO! ,S fraelr--.. of attack aaaklas;T '..i'4. Braine hurried round to the limousine. the slaughter/ of all farm animals and

    : "1. .IOO.OOO.. aad Bralae, a The lights, save those demandedby I deep burial or burning the disinfec Sixty farmers of Columbia Mo., received Solicited.
    ', -....P. for ....1.......... The traffic ergulations were out. The tion of the premises, and absolute by telephone a 35-mimite ser' .
    I art.* a .._*.. .( .". his quarantine of on the infected mon delivered by the Rev. Nelson
    in seat. persons
    chauffeur huddled -
    i ir ;& the wI..... of .!...., was in
    Trimble. The roads such bad
    I. i' .tl.... ..< N....... m "My man," said Braine, "would you form. Everything that has in any were '
    7$ Cajraled. abe. the like to make some money?" way come in contact with the affected condition that tbe farmers could' not Tbs Qutoln That Dost Not Affect Tbs Plead
    r JJ ::1; t.. Black . r : h*> ***verr of ,. TIVE BROMO QUININE U better than ordinaryQuinine
    t
    iI ; : af": by burning.
    I-: muffled.
    was I
    ; y Mllr cad does not C UM nervouvnvM nor
    *....> t. the bottom of "Twenty." I Yqu will thereforeTiee that this disease Ontario has an Indian population of ringing In Dh"e. Remember he full name and .
    ; i I. ,.*lchl7 ftOaiBlaBlcatra ,, "(;ood night sir." ; 'is a most serious matter, and 23,044. look for th. denature of 8. W. GROVB. Uc.
    : c 1-, J*.*a A aaollratr box ; } I t'left to run its course, would ruin the
    "Fifty
    'later _.r.d br the h i -_. -
    ll .,-it* _.t...t. are ..,... nl I "Gooj night and good morning!" cattle industry of the United Statx '
    il ts '1 saraterlo..lr dlaappeara. ''A hundred!" in a khort while; hen >. F1.dla.. hlaiaelf ......... ., I already, taken by the federal l- .
    : !,.. j J.... Bralae eadeavora I "Now:: you've got me interested
    ...f..Har...reaVa hov.ekuld I. to 1 I \Vhat kind of a joy ride do you __/government.__ ._ __Half the expense i isuttt&'flhlt
    ....* .. eaja free n .____
    5- .. aerraa want ? SALEBeautiful
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    E timely dlecoverr -.I .r--
    : | .r<.. _.. t.. poll. "No joy ride. Listen." to slip out by the side
    h .. pack ... ......1.. la .. I "Thanks my friend," sail; Servi n,
    w I>: rOMre reaeeavoaa, ..... Briefly the conspirator' outlined his I .shaking )himself, free from his (cup"I'on'l j
    11] i .,..... to be b....... of : needs, and finally the chauffeur nod ." is.
    ':.- Tb* Black 1I..d... a ded. Five twenties were pressed into I,, 1 well-built five-room bungalow modern, prettiest diningroom
    w mention it, said Norton
    su :.. Nortoa aad pica .in ., his hand and he curled in his seat in town two fireplaces screened-in back porch large front porch
    ..... the "..0.1..<. I up an ,ial l'. "We thought something J liklin ;
    j; i&;' =rr; "",". .1.. N..... aKa in. I ;" \"..iule! happen. 1.1' perfectly! I Ifi large lot north and east front. Beautiful view of the lake. House

    o \ :, Brala cod C_..',,. " Servan entered his box. In the box V yoi." chaps. Drive .", chau/!'l'u' ; I nicely furnished.
    :' : next to his sat handsomely) gowned d'ive; rp1"
    a
    "rI.. attempt t. .
    ,\ truck and farm less than mile from
    ad .Zert.. .. "d He threw her idle Twenty-acre grain two city
    1 .t a young woman. an I's., my lord To wrat particui'irpic" I II
    th "'I .ai1ama._ 1'arloraTh. ._ glance which was repaid in kind. I I !' station shall I lies' this omnibus limits splendid land, about four acres in high state of cultivation and
    plc. by .
    jcr t, .A.4till th"* _OS'I...' ter, Braine came in and sat down La-j I ?" I fenced. Come let us introduce you to the owner with whom you can -
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    ,< .0ao -D- .......111,. side Olga. "The nearest Jones; the very nearest deal direct. Best of reasns for selling.
    ..
    '} '. -......... .. "Everything looks like plain sail- you can think of! Some day when !
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    .Thd Br.: by t..Fl.Black. ing" he whispered. I'm rich, I'll hire you for my chauf Five acres of land on the hard road one-quarter mile from the

    it't ;'o.rprSmd lor member. Olga shrugged slightly.\ feur.' But for the present I shall expect -I city limits excellent orange land, fine place for excellent suburban-

    r, Sonl. k..if ... .. During the intermission between the at least a box of Partegas out of home. Price $325.PINEDALEWe.
    y* tjhi sayatrt... paa.r _... first and second acts, Seryan took the that hundred." I
    have number of five-acre lots in Pinedale
    lamjwrtaaie t. her ,.... I : a
    n. chair of his box the cur Jones chuckled. "I'll box
    rear near buy a
    Y' 44' a* rat risk t* .*..... : you the logical place for suburban homes. Lands high and dry beautiful
    In flIn 'f pupol' : : tains. Braine, watching with the out of my own pocket. That hundred : sM.

    o "4 t Fl........ ........? a ., ) eyes of a lynx, suddenly observed the goes to charity." view of the town and lake.

    ,& ,. Wbleb .0.' vital l. all curtains stirring. A hand was thrust "Here we are! Out with you," said We have seven acres one-quarter mile from city limit; five acre
    fatkvfs Mfety. Bral.e In that hand packetof Jim to his He shouldered
    through. prisoners.
    was a
    todi .onst.. the .-. oo cleared and in cultivation
    fenced food- deep well two not fully
    acres
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    dA t. ....... papers. With seeming indifference them into the police station to the.
    a1du Servan reached back and took the papers captain's desk. cleared. Price 1000. .

    ,.' .(CopyiIgbt. '14, by ) stowing them away in a pocket. 'What's this?" demanded the cap GROVE PROPE.R1Forty acre rich hammock land two and
    d ? Braine rose at the beginning of the tain. one-half miles from
    four
    railway town about acre large bearing
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    Tin second act."Where "Holdup men, said Jim. "Enteredthis
    ho Idl Packet I are you going'?" asked Olga man's car and tried to rob him.", orange trees good land for excellent grove and farming. Cheap at

    d A of nervously."To "Uh-hoh! And who're you ?"

    ? d$4n V Jim said nothing at see Otto." Jim showed his badge and card. I l $3,500.One hundred sixty acres of land five miles from railway station

    $ M adventure to Jones, "A bold attempt was made to rob "Oho! Hey. there; I mean you"i! ,
    loc ted lake fine and
    thd. &' an hour later. Servan while in the box but the time- said the captain leveling a finger at on fishing hunting. Good neighborhood oa _.,

    f "Was it necessary to to ly arrival of Jim frustrated this plan. Otto. "Lift up that hat; lift it up. I| R. F. 'D. route and telephone line good school two mile from good

    Uv'.* Si visible"ltterT" he So Braine was forced to rely on the Sure it's Fountain Pen Otto! Well, store; five acres in high state of cultivation all under fence and cress-

    X7' O "No, said Jones. chauffeur of the limousine. well; an'we've been lookin' for you fences. Splendid four-room house
    : pasture new good barn well
    "Would it have ,
    'I given
    As Farrar's last thrilling note died for ten mpnths on the last forgery "
    1)e < ..serious tarn if it had , away Braine and Olga rose. case Mr. Norton my thanks. Take farming implements and sugar mill go with the place. About seven /

    d I 3[t, :,bands T" "Be careful. And come to the 'em below sargeant. You'll be hereto acres of orange and grapefruit trees. Great fortune can be built up .'

    t4 "Decidedly," to apartments j just as soon as you make the complaint th' mornin', on this place in citrus fruit and trucking. Also fine land for sugar cane _ _
    would mean flight for l'an'1 I "
    111 be careful Braine sir he added to Servan."If .
    rdred, or a long time easily. "You can watch the play if it is necessary." where syrup can be made and sold tb big profit. We want to show -

    f 'our friend Brain. you wish." "It may be against Otto's pal. I you this 'Place and give you all the particulars. Can be sold at encouraging -

    ",)>*is now taking an active When Servan entered the limousinehe don't know him. price on favorable terms of payment. :
    ,doing of the Black was quietly but seized by I "Very well." t
    forcibly
    1 : Prt..4gJ Three thousand acre ranch located less than one block from rail- :
    * :"eventually all of our two men who had been lying In' walt And Jones and 'Norton and Servan
    ,tO be done over again." for him, due to the apparent treachery trooped out of the station.At way depot, convenient to county seat town, well improved and some \ .'

    4 t'I ,"You look a bit us of the chauffeur. Servan fought last Jones and the reporter en- stock at bargain price. Favorable term. ', j

    2i : ., thlnjr.happened'?" &J valiantly for all that he knew whati tered a cheap lunchroom and ordered All kind' of Florida home and investment, full particular' to I 1
    l'eyed butler. i the end of this exploit was going to coffee and toast. interested
    I parties.NELSON. "
    , ",N thIng much. I be. ,One of the men succeeded in getting "You're a wonderful man, Jones .
    > V, & out of the letter and I the documents from Servan'* even if you are an Englishman" aaldJim '"

    4L i Jones chuckled. "I ., pocket as he called for the check. I :'i

    ;* ;have; had an adventure ; "D ne, my boy!" cried the victor. "English? What makes you think I \ I

    "f blt It &D WIt7M ]" "Give.him .a .e'scJt on. the coco:and am, Englih'-' asked Jones with a, curious : QEALiY..COaC : j :
    ,, ",,- -If can.'?'" & ,it.. .-* r., .I wall beat it?, "A. 'r? ,* ,'; glitter hi his eye*." 1\ ,I 'io
    ._ '!J u..1 want' you. : \ ; "Just a,minuteentJem.lIl", '..Id'a .' ."Ill"tell: yon on th.tnight we put j ,

    4 ,, "W'l; 7 ..; I voles from the seat at the eid* or the the roljers under, .Braine .and corn 4tstr, .nh( ..voW''I" { ..... ,. ed ", .. oo' .:J1'' "a" t.w .. .
    ';.. "*t TT/Pi/ J.ljv r ; : chauffeur.' "I'fl take those papers!I" ..any.-... 't "
    ; :
    :1 : ,; i T I want you to And the owner of the vote,tacked bya ,". Jones."stared.long: -"anfl'Tntenliyalhis ; ) J, EAR ,'STTLBAN :1I':: JISIMm'"FU$ .. .. : ,.t

    ,,who'ar. nott' cold sinister 'looking*, automatic 7.unc'i>*rtner.'OnThat: did he real- '4 ,I ro") o $ ." I' ,
    , .- _,t ... ctradition laws."' : 1 ; reached in and confiscated ,the spoils Iy bow .' 'r4w. l iee..4o .5 ..,e'A! 0 4 : :: it. : ;'\

    & 'c ,"A a.w.Jdnlrf'! .. In of war "And 'I shouldn't mak, any ,(ToContIiud.. ____ }. \ III IiuIilIIIISuIlIiIiSSiuiiiuiIisiSi1.si.s. ,
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    : moved last weak,.:.....__ 872 Tampa.-.The. Florida Citrus' 'Exchange ,- ,.. ...._1 be Crop,UrgerTthan.any of vegetables.'preriomvaeasotu:The acreage, wffl.: .

    Irs moved week before Ia.t.:_ 780 ha* undertaken to secure'the Washington, D.'C.Detlningth.minimum :..l::1',' "
    |tal moved to lutSatorday..4,040aeksonville data for systematic registration of of sweetness that orangesmuf .
    -.r. the citrus groves of the state. This attain on the; .trees If later very' desirable,. .. existing state' laws .
    Flav-The cold wave week every grower In the stag baa I, sweetening is not to be held to''con.real In Florida have been,nad* so liberal
    t week was of benefit to the citrus been written' for statistics as to -.. 1'' .,i'- inferiority, the department ,of that, It U Claimed they are practically'' G
    it ,crop. and came at a very oppor- his acreage,.number of trees, etc. I if''f. ', ";1r' '."" agriculture Saturday announced it valueless. The government has, the
    ,e time* coloring,''and .reweetening M"The exchange notvwnnning .this I ,..) ", '._,.' j' "considers oranges to be immature if power to stop at the state line'any
    fruit\(or',the.Thanksgiving trade; registration to'its(' members .but! the.) the Juice does not .contain soluble fruit which does ,not '.....t specifica'
    He the high winds 4 and frost .*.> officers desire to make It solids to, or in excess of eight part tions. ,Tb. result will be a good one.
    u.ly damaged tender vegetables the citrus in the state cover every to every part of acid contained in the both for the'growers of Florida 'and f
    grower regardlessof
    .materially helped the citrus crop. the marketing Juice, the acidity to be calculated mm of: California, says Mr. Jones, who
    Orange shipment last ('Week'w.n, he disposes of agencythroughwhich' his frult.'There citric acid without water or crystal state that the,principal injury don* ,
    ,_t 100 cars more than the week is no fee, or cost and no obligation Illation." the market each year 1* by immature ',
    ivious, while the grapefruit move, the part of the in on This decision 'was made to prevent fruit shipped from Porto Rico and the *,
    ent was considerably lighter. The the registration grower blanks filling and out the Interstate shipment of Immature Isle of Pines, and it la I understood that '

    lice movement this season to No- non-bearing are to Bearing be listed citrus fruit colored by sweating or thin fruit 'will be excluded from being F. _
    mber 21, has been 2,406 ears and One of the groves many advantages that a exposure In warm, moist air to an marketed la this ,country s until.,it is ; house
    e grapefruit movement 1,634.cars and extent: that will conceal its Inferiority matured. .
    complete
    thorough registration of
    The regulation be The fact that the government wouldtake kerr
    made
    The market throughout the country the will afford is in de- may more
    groves giving stringent after further action along the lines indicated
    s showed marked Improvement, pendable the Investigation,
    regarding Increase the department'announced.EXCHANGE wa understood at the headquarter '&'' this
    d while prices have not Jumped toy in production of citrus fruits in i 4 '
    extent the advance of the Florida Citrus exchange someday r eolor onA
    yet has been
    iady and sure. The large distribu- this state. There have been many estimates _.-.- ------ -- -_. - ._._.__._--- IS PLEASED. .ago but it-,wa. not .known that H..
    made to this but of -
    as none
    of the lant 260d
    n in and at other them have had Infor- I General Manager L. D. Jones stated the announcement new ruling '
    report any dependable would be made at this time. Mr. Jones ,
    BANANAS DO WELL -I
    ints that the demand is good IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. that the
    mation as their foundation. It is of Florida Citrus exchange is -To
    expects by the first of the week to
    d they are booking orders for
    more the greatest importance to every pleased at the action announced by the receive notice .from.Washington giving . olnt.iretL,
    ture shipments than at any other citrus grower in Florid that there government in the above dispatch,
    during the ter state health officer. All orderswill full details and telllDa'.wbeD the ,
    me season.F. which had been
    should oe some definite knowledge as anticipated by the ex /v.
    L. Skelly, sales of the STATE TO LIMITHOGCHOLERA be sent at purchaser's risk. None ruling will go into. effect heavy I Ij
    manager to how fast the production of oranges change. From the statement of the I ''I j :. The '
    lorida Citrus exchange, says: "Ship- and grapefruit is likely to increase.Column of the items are returnable. I percentage of acid and sweets allowed .... ssodatibi
    In order that the calculate I ,
    ents of citrus fruit for the'past week 4 owner may to fruit Mr. Jones was unable to
    ave been moderate and seem to be SERUMAttention the amount of serum requiredfor say at short notice whether It agreedwith Don't FaD To Read r' best
    a
    ell distributed over the country. a given number of hogs, the dosage the standard used by growers of :
    her has been an advance in the I is called to the fact that with and without virus is given. the Florida Citrus exchange or pot, h. state.

    rket on oranges showing good color ForwardFRESH the state board of health has deemedit Dosage with Serum Onl7Sln.le'T but declared that anyway it was a ThisAm .
    maturity; however there is con- advisable to limit the amount of ( ).- move in the right direction. Olisr
    iderable complaint coming: from all hog-cholera serum an applicant To each 6 to 1K( pound pig give Whether the ruling of the department offering this most unusual bar'
    lections that there is still a lot of REPORTS OF PROGRESS receive free from the stat, to 1,000cc may 10 To cc serum each 16 to 26 pound pig rive of agriculture Is to become effective gain In orange and grapefruit prop. .
    reen, sour, immature oranges on the FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF (about a quart). IS cc serum this year or next is not statedin erty, showing fine income. Twenty.,
    iarket, which is naturally having its FLORIDA. Realizing there are farmers who To each 26 to 50 pound pig; give the dispatch. The effort made by acres best hammock land close to atlhei
    ffect; on the ripe well colored fruit 20 cc serum the exchange, however has all been I
    will require more than 1,000 cc (or a To each 60 to 75 pound shoat give I transportation and brick highway
    e auction markets have shown a' Sarasota.-City awarded $11,000 quart) of the serum, the maximum 25 cc serum towards getting the rule effective next (authorized). About 900 large bear-
    arked Improvement on fruit that is paving contract. amount an applicant may receive free, To each 76; to '100 pound shoat rIVe season, as the present season has advanced I big! trees; present crop estimated at'
    ell colored and ripe the past week. DeLand.-L. J. Cambron and othersare arrangements have been made where- SO To cc each serum 100 to 126 pound hog give far enough already that most 1,500 boxes oranges, 800 boxes grape
    "The grapefruit market is still interested in erection of office, by owners can obtain through the S5 cc serum of 'the green fruit has already been fruit. Fin acre In cultivation out-j V.K.S1
    ragging, due no doubt to the fact store and hotel building. board hog-cholera serum and virus, To each 126 to 160 pound hog !rIve shipped and that the fruit being marketed side grove; no buildings. We i
    hat the dealers still have a supply without limit, at cost price as 40c serum I now is mature. Included provided quicksafe. :
    Punta Cforda.-DeSoto county commissioners given To each 160 to 200 pound hog* give 7.500., crop
    f immature fruit on hand, which is Good Thing foe Growers.
    Arcadia. Fla., let contractto below. Serum and virus will be fur- 46 cc serum Term liberal. Crop would frO '
    ot; moving. It will take some time To each 200 to 260 The action by the government was COMPJIOUD
    nished only in the sizes stated in pound hog give toward first ,
    construct canal length four mile price long way payment; or..
    this ; ; 50 re serum ..
    get out of their hands, and I f
    width, thirty-four feet at mouth, gradually list.The To all hogs. over 210 pounds give I I -.' - $7,000 cash.
    fter they get some good, Flor-
    ripe reduced feet syringes, thermometer and disInfectant 60 re Serum.Dosage b
    to
    ten
    Ida grapefruit, we expect a much bet- ; average may also be ordered through .I Class: DM gores, Other ...... W.' Cm. }
    depth three and one-half feet; excavation with Serum and Virus
    ''acker.r demand and good( prices. -The 41,000 cubic yards; district issued this office, at cost price, as given in 1 (Double Treatment). The are wont cared esses by dn.BO wondrrl.l.ttarof bee, old bag reliable sUsdlnc OB Frank H. Davis
    $12,000 bonds. schedule of prices following: To each suckling plgr. 22 cc serum Porter' Antlseptle Hnltaf CHI. It rl .
    Raleigh. H. L. Gray will rebuild Price List.. and 1-2 cc virus his sad Heels si the stoat U- ,Me,JOc,11M Apoplca, Pla. *** :
    To each shoat weighing" 26 to 60 ,
    60
    saw mill reported burned at estimated cc bottles cc) _of__.serum___..___.fat..___Icper _$ 60 pound.To 25 cc. .rum and 2-4 ne virus
    IEW RATESToCANADA each shoat weighing 60 to TS
    loss of $30,000. 100
    cc bottles of strum fat leper '
    Sarasota.-Clty let contract Southern 250 cc.) _----________--__. 1 00 pounds To each, 30 cc hoar serum" weighing and I cc 76 virus to 100 ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME

    Asphalt & Construction company, cc bottle cc) _of huu serum___._fat____leper 260 pounds, 85 cc serum and 1 co virus. w. 51454 ... Ilse very aa. be... 7.n.'" ,.. ... e..e .Sa.5e.er Jet at
    Birmingham, Ala., at about $11,000for 600 cc bottles of Serum fat leper To each. hog weighing lOcl: 1SI even _ae. 0. .... .. uM _..... aad WILL NOT RBLaAaa 1'11II aJ1Y0A1 4.,
    pound 44 cc serum and 1 virus .......... awetaNni. lase 5.5.
    Main street and cc) _u___ uuh___ 6 (>0 To .... to the i iAscnmsltsirsU ewtlq 5n wl MrtWs. w.
    asphalt paving on 61) cc l.oltli'i of virus "u__!_ 60 each 60 hog weighing 120 to 160 Mrsssus -IF'' ... anmat. 7- a.tI.-.u-. i Asa. M rsv a. tree. ; ears
    pounds cc serum and 1 1-2 virus. -
    and -
    cc
    Pineapple (
    Mango avenues. It ...
    8 ounce bottle of disinfectant To ---- Da lees,7
    St. Augustine.-City will grade, '(undiluted) ___ .26 I each, hour welKhlna160; to 100 "" .
    -- Uh pounds 60
    cc serum and 1 1-4 vlrua. .s.i
    cc :
    PBOSPHATB.COMPAM'f
    BLOWERS LIME AND ,
    curb and pave Cincinnati avenue Srloge So cc for Injecting To each hoawelgrhtna' ; 200 to S60 ,
    Jacksonville Fla., Dec. 1, 1914. New Smyrna-W. A. Lopez is'erectIng serum, S-, 4 26SyrlnK poun"'.. 77 cc serum and I cc virus. DIt..... -c."' 0CA.LAe ......10.. .41L ::1, bt Arai
    cc for Inj'lInN'vlru. ),
    To The Valley Gazette: I know a guild house for Episcopal. ________________ _: zoo maximum Ten cc for dosage each 10 60 cc.Leesburg. .pound weight .,0bl I
    I that your readers will be interested church. Thermometer for use In "dou r- P
    I to learn that on and after December Tarpon Springs.-A. Pauels, Grand ble method' .'--'--.----- 1.00Orders .-It is expected that surveys /
    16, 1914, Florida shippers will have Rapids, Mich., will erect rooming for any one or all the above I will be begun soon( after January -
    (through published rates on citrus house, restaurant and bungalow. items may be entered, by letter or in 1 for an electric railroad which t
    I fruits and pineapples to the principal Miami.-Frank Quigg/ will erect person, in any quantity, cash with or- ; it is proposed to build between Ocala .
    [points in northeast Canada. business building; two stories; cost I der. Postoffice or express money or- and Eustis by way of Fruitland Park, .1'j.1'r
    I To most of the points mentioned bellow $3.600. ders or cashier's checks are accept- Leesburg and Tavares. .I'.P
    Palmetto. Mrs. J. K. Parrish is able. Personal checks will not be Ounedin
    you will note material reductions accepted -Contract has been awarded .Pt
    I have been made. In. few cases advances erecting store building; 30x40 feet. ; I in payment. Make all remittances for erection of school building by /
    have been made, ; however( will be occupied by J. A. Hinton. payable to Dr. Joseph Y. Por board of education of Pinellas county. .i
    I these are more than offset by the reoduction. Wauchula C. Stenstrom is erecting I
    | .. i store and theater building.
    The following table shows comparison Seabreeze-City council awarded : 1

    of old rates with the new rates, I, contract to A. VandeVorde-to widen M
    .,
    I together with the reductions and addvences. ocean approach on Ocean boulevard. -=.--
    It also shows whether the Winter Park-City of Winter Park SEEDS I
    rates apply via Cincinnati or Potomac has contracted with Maitland, Fla., to '
    yards. ; supply electricity for lighting. THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS;:; OI ,

    CARLOAD RATES ON ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES AND Our new 1915 Catal.p.'b just about ready, and if As'Your ''Dailv: DeHverv WagJust n". '

    PINEAPPLES, PER BOX, OR CRATE OF 80 LBS. FROM you are not already on our list, we will appreciate the '

    JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (FROM BEYOND). opportunity of mailing you a copy if you are interested in =.. or--:4' i'1

    Old Effective New Rate Reduc- Ad- Florida farming or truck growing. Just send name and because you are located 40 to L-' -

    To Rate 12-6-14 tion vance address on a Post Card or any way you like. J
    miles from the
    1 100 is
    Belleville, Ont. .__ .78.8 R8.5 .05.3 __ Via Cinti! or via Pot. Yards city no reason fori>lJ

    Berlin, Ont. ._ __ .fig. .65,6 .03.4 .- Via Cinti or via Pot. YardsBrantford :( KILGORE SEED COMPANY jL
    of reach of the
    Ont.___ .55.8 .60.8 'n'. 05. Via Cincinnati. why you are out city iNorthv
    Brantford, Ont .04. .64. No Change Via Potomac Yards. f PLANT CITY FLORIDA. .
    Guelph, Ont.__h n 5.1\ .65.6 No Change Via Potomac Yards. t consumer or the city stores. Early ? a to-31.
    , Guelph, Ont._____h_ .57.8 .G5.6 h_'_ 07.8 Via Cincinnati. ***********itt >*4 &cooooooo..oooo. ;, vans ;

    Hamilton, Ont...._ :i.5 .63.5 No Change Via Potomac Yards. morning trains and our city delivery
    Hamilton, Ont____ .558 .60.8 'n'_ .05. Via Cincinnati.
    Kingston Ont.n .73.8' 68.6 .05.3 _- Via Cinti or via Pet Yards service will '=
    put on an equality Y
    London, bnt.-___ .558 60.8 .__._ .05. Via Cincinnati. you r
    London, Ont______ .64. 64. No Change Via Potomac Yards. witji suburban trucker v I Ii Irx
    "" d.:1.J
    .. Montreal; Que____ .71.9 .66'1 .05. __ Via Cinti or via Pot. Yards AUADINO-....-- '- TOphIIMIf-"! .any poultry
    - Ottawa. Que-__ .77.2 .08.7 .- Via Cinti or via Pot. Yards ': =: ted farm orchard ;e '
    Owen Sound, Ont._- .7S/ ,4 .76.9 'n'_ .01.5 Via Cinti or via Pot Yards Haour.r.N._uorai-e o ____ or dairy.

    Peterboro, Ont_n_ .73.8 .68.5 .05.3 __ Via Cinti or via Pot. Yards tea r.r.rred. -felt. u tel.. e r' .:::boe: .. ...eM.Lee will i for
    __ Via Cinti via Pot. Yards Ltewotaekaewl.aa.'r' We deliver You
    Port Hope, Ont___ .70. .68.5 .015 or tu..aabo.rkNlaa you. can
    72.4 .__._ Via Potomac Yards. mestt M 'T..dtnsi nit tat- a tb.etap. .egtbry Ie raw
    ,' Quebec, Que.n 'n' 'n' book." This esocdr what weeouabc ....,... tVsreMe 5.o tls.al.. '
    , Toronto.. Ont._____ .69. 68.5 .005 -_ Via Cinti! or via Pot. Yards tntk* b*snobs see .N fort.-all tile SMl...lae'la > ,''' order city bargains snipped to you I
    .iwenHacdA t..... Il so... ..... ..,.. _exam/ ,
    Especial attention is called to the Safety Harbor.-Contract has been >vvvo by 111I t.adate. ... tndt Srvwlaev'A by Express C. O. D. and this :
    fact that we now have through pub- awarded to Southern Concrete and I ,
    lished rates to these points via either Construction Co., Clearwater, Fla., to the
    the Cincinnati or Potomac yardsgateways. construct 2,500 feet of sea wall for Guide to Citrus Fruit Culture brings bargains to your 'very if

    \ Heretofore we have not I Enolritu Santo Springs Co. '
    published rates to all of Eostis.-Movement has been begunfor door. t1
    had through
    these points and the rates that werepublished installing "white way" in business The Buckeye Nurseries CatalogBuckeye I. '.r .t
    First State bank, y '
    did not apply via both gate- section of Eustjs. '
    will be a great advantageto A. G. Smith and number of others Carriage Charge.t :lpw '
    .
    Nurseries thi has'been
    superior trees -
    *
    Florida shippers to be able to divert interested. grow SERVICE Satisfactory

    rolling cars to these important Can- Dade City.-Broom factory will factory be 'their'successful' accomplishment for more thirty years. I Insurance up to $SO'Free '

    adian points via. either Cincinnati orPotomac established. Officials by Dada are City President Broom, B. E.- Our interest in the trees does not end-with the sale i6' I

    above yards.The mentioned changes are Hlnlcle general manager, M. H. Le- .thegrova owner, however. We'want them 1D-tIuifti i NO. CHARGE ',FOR DELIVERY.r ,
    carried In Florida orange-plnapple ville, Birmingham, Ala.; daily capa- and bear of
    and El ocist
    profitable -
    purchasers >
    tariff No. 4 I. C. C. No. 4. eHectfveDecember city of six: doven brooms; machineryhas crop $
    -
    .. 5, 1914. Yours very truly, beellln.taUed.cowpany; will grow trees are_given every possible assistance to this end. SoimnRN EXPRESS:C Pbm' r r ;

    _Chase & Company; bjr G. K. Williams, broem'eorn.r t s. f
    'wal .

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    f "
    "Sorrento. Fla.-Citrus fruit Is mov- Sick Headache. Constipation, Buckeye to planters Buckeye; trees has bsooSM ettsMH': .,

    ing .rapidly from this section,. the Biliousness Sour Stomach. Bad as well known as the quality of the trees themselves. Our complete :

    .and JgD- Kennedy turning S. E.ottt p.rker ear- Breaths-Candy< Cathartic. .and helpful catalo'<"< hsa I been for years a most importantfactor'of n- j'u

    Iota'dally. Much of the fruit has been No odds how bad your liver, stomach this service The new edition is by far the mostattractive'and ns '

    1 chipped through the! A. C. Marshall or bowel how much your headaches comprehensive catalog we have published. Send .j;h .; '!.

    company of Jacksonville.' The fruit how miserable you are from today for free copy if you grow citrus fruits.A I Ii 00 f r "'. .: f
    '1. all of excellent quality. So far constipation biliousness i "
    -very-little white fly fruit has been and:sluggish berm.-you always get Buckeye N .. ', i' .f.b
    ,brought in and the growers *J"eWJ ,relief f,with Oascareta. They Immediately es _
    ..believe that the white? in thisjsec eleanse-andT regulate the stom- il tlz.nZ '
    tion launder control. J, N. achrrembve- tht'lonrr fermenting food 4W .JG1' t .1j, a ft .4a .
    :et Messina busy shipping his crop and foul gases; take the excess bile Tam .: ,} 3
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    ,of fruit. -' f,--;- "', from the liver and carry off the;eon- n , .... in t - 1 t r0. : '. tpy tnol.Y


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    ills. : .
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    . shipped Novembet e liver and bowels dean; Buckeye Trees Bear of') V
    :
    , and F. W.Willes keep' your J t.., ,, .:
    mutt cam !1tT\ this stomach"sweet'a"eI'Mad elear---, --, fee ( .''' --L
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    FLORIDA SOIL Mare's. Your War Beautiful Scenery.Near Kissimmee, TAMMANY ,CHIEF .: could call her a suffragette.,Certainly'
    abetIsnot 'militant '

    MW41 ... ,,1i [4. T a.x" ; .H.n, ; .0". '" i'\ ..MilV..J4 HONEYMOONIHG'' : believe* .that,l women',ItIIffra&8tte.d who- wn"their4 She t',!,
    lrvl : 1- v avc1 I."
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    VERSifiEffUAMMoC6 -rr- wryj3'West don't-think .she' "
    Palm Beach-Rlchard.Croker wants >women to b* ,

    : tf Washington, D. C --TU lIday' December e-e.liX w %i 5 the bride 78-year-old, aged 23,* arrived bridegroom.here,Saturday and his, given'the Is a very.sensible ballot'Indiscriminately young woman,'.Mr;' She,'
    United Croker
    believes .that
    : 1, the people.. "Of the afternoon ,their motherhood;; Is
    PING CAMV HIGH taxes on honeymoon. They the highest glory ,that tai
    State*,began to pay war stamp can(come I. I
    AND FLAT ..'{)OP\! PRA AIR for the first time since the SpaoiahyAjmeriean expect to remain: :here until! April 4 a woman and .she- candldl'.dmik''that. '

    AND 'MUCK" I XXlWj" STATELEADS war The Tammany.chief- splendidly it(i*' her, ambiion.to.! .become .
    ? -v IX -EAKUVECTKTA. ;) m.K8<,*-TJe' S- enT rtanip M-art attach . t .acs ifiMMUfSHaQi I 1% lJ 1fJ"ttfa"aaJi.t jniia .

    .w : ..'- 'f hfTTi"ttV'S 'seat 'wall -debenturesaiwTcertineates...of ers on his way"south, except on the f There .iii one* thing; )I want jroa-'to.: :;:
    Lth i _tktT .Tn indebtedness! of any association\ com : BtrbJcf Mrs-OoketV"; ; "ab >at-rlKra) ."8art .". :' : :-Crb1tkfx6li".nd! ( '. '_
    and the chain and cwnnrwiMtnUy t) earliest J: 12 he ,
    was equally splendidly loquacious. that is
    eorporationpn.jra.ch.lo) as to correct the statement in I Icome
    fruit and'Tc fraction. Stock certificates will pay 0 -thlrTMoTnlirtfT.nat":
    .
    are grown Ia fu a similar tax. Asked 'if she was a suffragette I am an Indian squaw. An Indian
    One of the ttrergvst inducements Croker said: "Only to a partial degree. is an'Indian
    A : All promissory notes wHl pay two squaw mother. I am not.
    for the aetUer locate in this state !
    to -1
    American ; cents for each $100 or fraction. Deeds, yet a squaw, but I trust that I shall)
    ngto' a i Is the diversity of it* :productions; it I; mortgages and other public documentswill "But she is a democrat," he continued. be. Motherhood is the highest ambi-
    is a leader In early; from and vegeta "She is of the most tion that
    [*nicies i,by be taxed, likewise.' All taxable one a woman can look forward
    } Mel for the
    standard market
    atooktng.,. crops, documents filed after December 1 ergetic and enthusiastic to."
    as well as producing fruits not
    many i
    '
    must bear in the
    !"This i. stamps proper
    aid'Mr*. grown in other states. nowhere I I' amounts or otherwise the filings will
    In lands I
    topography the

    call the* M 1thorttle t level but very are much sufficiently elevated above rolling are sea to not clear be title legal.to A property deed will Toot unless convey the a CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !


    1.. only require in the but lowest little drainage, and that stamps All newspaper are attached.publishers will be

    SOLD The soil may be portions.classed as hammock dle required of papers to pay sent one out cent of for the each countyin bun- MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES

    pine land, high and flat woods
    which is .
    the paper published.But ..
    prairie and muck or reclaimed editors be trustedfor
    1i lands'l the are to
    LAND
    and all loam underlaid
    as a sandy their share of the tax. They will\
    clay. In acreage the pine be required at stated intervals to submit -- "Dodsoi's Urer Ton." Starts Your Li'er Tone tonight Your druggist or deal
    largely in excess of any other ty sworn statements to the collectoref dells you a 80 cent bottle of Bod(ton's
    .'Kansas1eg All of these types of lands are e'l internal revenue of the number, of Bitter Thai Calomel and v n--" Liver Tone under my personal money-

    C.Cham i, cultivated and very responsive to in- bundles they have shipped and attach back guarantee that each spoonful will .
    > d a 'telligent cultivation. the required value of stamps to rte t\ lose i Day's' Wa clean your sluggish liver better than a
    eompany,9th. The growth on the hammock lands their ,statements.All done of nasty calomel and that it won't

    mail{ is hard wood, i. e., oak, hickory, maple, insurance policies excepting life, Liven make you sick. )
    up your sluggish liver! Feel
    I;Florida 1 etc., and these lands are very rich taxed Dodson's Liver Tone )is
    health and accident will be at fine and cheerful ; make your work a real liver
    ",the fedeiiHJ'i'The i, being adapted to the growth of all the rate of two cents for each $100 on 'pleasure: l I.e vigorous and full of ambi medicine. You'll know it nexT tnorning
    ', ftr vegetables and farm crops, and when the - ----- : because" will wake feeling fine
    the face value of policy.All -- -- ----- ---- tion. Hut take no nasty, dangerous you up ,
    J*purchase a rolling, or well drained make fine dealers and manufac- calomel your liver will be working headache
    ; tobacco Ixvauw it makes sick and ;
    "How would like to you
    ] 1910 I lands for citrus fruits, especially or- turers of all kinds. of tobacco, cigars, ORLANDO BOY SHOT be playfully hot just for fun. ?" you you may lOA a day's wotk.Calomel A and di..in"8Konl'; stomach will be-
    They are higher in price, as i I
    In, anges. snuff and cigarettes will have to paya is or qurnksilvrr sweet and bowels regular.
    mercury
    1
    "
    ] a rule, than pine lands, and cost more j Gun "Was Loaded.
    'an acre. license tax. which causes necrosis of the bomw.Calomel rVxiBon's Liver
    to clear and and at the ad- He pulled the and victim Tone is entirely) vegetable -
    improve his
    made wi( F Banks will have to pay $1 per $1,000on AND FATALLY INJURED trigger rralie into sour bile like t. l therefore" harmless and can not
    vanced cost, are preferred by many to fell to the ground with a gapingwound'
    11 companfta their capitalization and xurplus. dynamite breaking it That's when halivatc. Give
    other lands. The best hammockwill in his stomach. The up. it to your riiijtlren.
    {erg. any Considerable also i is expected heavy fl that awful nan'wa and Millions
    revenue you cramping. of prople are using Dodnon's
    \easily produce sixty bushels of of reinforced it
    -on th. ; and billiard halls charge thot as was IjiHt4< to If
    from pool n roe ,011 want to enjoy I-iwr Tone inat..d of clangorous calomel
    i65 an' K I corn per acre. and bowling alley1-. Such institution; I Orlando.-Eight; year old] :Marvin | with the marble, tore through the I II the nicest, gentle! liver and bowelclfaDHing ) now. Your d MIIIKi ist will tell that
    ? .,, r I Pine lands are the. choice of a ma- Wilder, son of R. L. Wilder, of the, young lad's] body, disgorging his in- you
    pros n, will have to. pay $!:i annually for each shot and I you ever experienced lust tako the ale of Calomel is almost stopped>
    of settlers, not only He1 city was fatally wounded wi
    on testifies The
    our rushed
    jority body was
    ,000 ae 1 table or each allcv. Private clubs' I, i 'a Bpoviilul of harmless Uodbon'a Liver entirely hero.
    tthe,1anration, 1 'count of price, and small cost of clearing alleys) here Saturday afternoon b\'' Kru- ('hr ISt sanitarium where he passedaay
    wherein tables not I
    or are operated
    ' as compared to hammock lands, will 10.l Lynn, aged nineteen year". Young bi-foie, nightfall./ \ 'Before death
    < for
    la. 1 but because they find] by proper handling a profit exempted.Brokers Wilder (died an hour later at the the lad) .title,(01 intensely. I -
    ago [ who have not paid as bankers -
    these land are very productive, Christ '"
    '
    -Th I Il'awnlol'oh"I'
    ,, will he as-e Ned $ 0 annum i
    > per
    a and yield good crops of all Kinds. For following the accident. Chaise hastily. llt only stopped to bury his "
    fChamltnac will commercialIlnktrs I
    growing peaches peal"-, plums, etc., r pay $50. of buckshot, reinforced, )liy' a rnaililf.th at stipet ('I'o"il1Aft'r several
    gun
    $:fl(o.) warehouse ]biokeis, $10() [
    lands chosen. I t Lyon playfully toss'ed into the 'I
    ru the high rolling are \ hours'seal (-hi he was found in a hay
    Miami, will, do well IInd commission m'rrhanI$20.: I barrel) of his Winchester, \\hnh he
    Oranges, grapefruit, etc., < loft tiemblingith( fright.4t the jail
    berg," of theaterwill be- j
    I
    on either high or flat woods lands, the rroprH'toi t a.ssensed supposed was iiiiloadfd I made the hi- ronlil only mumble }|n tones \vhichj SUPERIOR SERVICE
    (Laude only requisite being that I these ]lands a-( oidin .: to the seating,, rapacity ,deathound.t "> !- l.a"'I11110111,1", "I dldn't knowit I OURTEOUS TREATMENT I
    of their hOlhelIou "
    ( seatingnot
    i a ar are not underlaid with "hard Jlan"and Lynn wn1 fOllllri hiding< 111 .i hay was loaded., I
    more than J.:0 \\ill $:-5!
    any excess of rainfall can he tak-I pay yeni-i.". ( loft se\er l hOIlI'- Inter. "a, loan-,, I IvIii, who csides i with his mother
    Iy; from J.'O to Mill( ( $50( ; from (Oll
    en care of, I -tur< ken am, d"ellIl'd t that I",, (ilri not iml -trp-fath-r on ('bur(-treethas I IIn
    to 800.( $7.and; mole than 8OO) $10(1.( (
    ; For growing vegetables] and -strawberries ] know the Kiln vsalauded.I II. \1-, i -i I attrnding" the Southern School
    All ciMUM'S will ::0.100) () for eurhtote i ,
    the low or fiat woods 1 lands! inrnch pav exhibit., All other I' ]od aged] in jail by ( 111"f of I'lihre, of '0111111<-',11 i P pieparing for a careeri
    they 1
    r t. are the best. They are of a closerspacking 1ri i iJ Smith. He] f is III d a pitiful (undid, nN'llderan(1 i III ii\i;' -i IJ nc-(< life. '
    public' exhilnt" or showgreen for I
    nt soil and hold moisture best '
    J j ThidiMil' baywho passed en'
    profit will, $10 each.Stenm.hlp another young\ liny \\\ei away '
    ve1ded ri not so susceptible to drought andY I pay to fcieign, pint-I I pliiyin maililes, on Wi--t I rhullh c t the eighth II(nnlter-ury of his 1'lh,1
    crops can always ho protected against l passage ''IM d 1 w ,ith hi-,
    stieet) in the early afternoon hen parents 1
    k will hem the following uites (One u
    : r 'f' Y 1 t : '
    of rainfall
    ngo any excess by drainage. L 'IIII strolled v with the in hi- -- -- -- I II 0 THANKFUL -
    dollar foi each ticket! costing $10 and up gun
    y Ciah, of hard is oh- ,
    \ The underlay pan no > 1
    hand He picked a marble and l Hr I) 1 hey used to tell me smoking
    sioncto ; such Some of the not more than $::10(); S.'t:! for each ticket( ; up -
    li jection for crops.
    I If costing $:.10 and not mae than $G<;(0; tossed it into the barrel) of his Rim, would rinse m" crazy.
    p a j a ,,4 finest celery and garden land in the j \\ huh,, he pointed] at Wilder ,,iskm She Well, didn't I
    ,' a !Ti for each ticket i-o ting more than !( why you stopCARSON
    f
    .c.1ons ? state is so underlaid. I I : D is he ri
    ; l' Prairie lands are, at the present $r.O.; Tickets costing less I then $10 I() !
    \\o" used for What will not be taxed. .
    41 time, largely pastures.
    \. is known as the Kissimmee valley I Entries and withdrawals of goods; :: FARMER:: :: r who pay by check thus guard
    :-., prairies form the \best natural from United States custom houses and
    rangesor
    INSUIZANC: : : :: ing against overpayment wellas
    as
    idlst'SOI .l cattle in the "state., These lands, I bonded warehouses alsovill be taxedal I
    and tr 1 J/ -where they have been cultivated, are the rate of twenty-five cents for saving time and expense in
    I II values to $100 fifty cents to Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency I
    :
    found to be good for vegetables and ; up the
    and II settlement of
    I accounts.
    f. it' 'yeneral farm crops I $500 $1 over $500 for entries I II

    ( lea r. 1\ What is known as reclaimed or and fifty cents each for all withdrawals I Phone 230-3 Dakin St. I

    1 f '' r muck lands now: form a considerableacreage I L I 1 Accounts subject to check are
    t S '. : The largest bodies of these Telephone and telegraphic me&sageswill I I
    -- ---- invited. {
    1 land :"' I' lands be found in Osceola coun be taxed one cent for each chargeof cordially I
    may fifteen cents or more. The telephone --'X-------: <-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-':-:-:-:-:-HJ -.
    solid
    'ty. They are of organic matter
    'f+ from: three to twenty feet in depth.] and telegraph companies will /
    R-, of and be required to collect from their patrons I Iif
    Immense crops sugar cane J I South Apopka Citrus Nurseries
    and to the
    ?f ?tk + :wherever farm crops intelligently can be grown handled on them, are, and of they can pay absorb the charges government.Or them- Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver,

    Y.os Au >", the best of vegetable lands; a record selves and make the payments. The President. Cashiet.

    +% ,i(: 'of sixty-five tons of sugar cane an companies will be trusted to make cor- : The leading varieties of Grapefruit .

    'fJ::: 'acreg' been made. rect reports. and Oranges. The finest trees at the
    ' .';' Irt prices hammock'lands vary from Seats in parlor cars and berths in if the lowest prices. .

    tI s ( <;' ten dollars per acre upward, accord ileeping cars will pay one cent each. w e ,
    / rA ;1 ing to'quality and location; cost of Perfumery, cosmetics and other Send for Free Catalog NowTodayAddress I

    4'' t ic4AT G i ering.clearing Pine-depends lands on'can the be growth purchased cov, drugs Patent will medicines pay in will various not proportions be taxed as _n __ __ _______ ,,

    .t, Unimproved, for ten dollars per acre in 1898.
    SOUTH APOPKA NURSERIES
    4 A +i .and upward, cost of clearing from ten i I
    ' 1 ,1'to: : twenty dollars per acre. If a saw- furnishes the best budding or I'aft-l OCOEE, FLA.YELLOW i\

    r _ '-''jt.:
    --- -- -----
    > sale of the mill timber. varieties are grown successfully all

    J There are large bodies of "cut over the state. .
    A' i t a ?! ever" lands, i. e., the mill timber cut Other fruit, such as Japanese persimmons I II

    tl rI {Wt-: ''Off leaving enough timber for fenc- figs, guavas, mangoes, avocado -
    I 1 sr '", ring and domestic use, that can be pears, are not grown to marketfor TINWARE
    h; ;' bought in tracts of one section ((640 any extent but for home use.
    ; CO'New
    PINE
    ww ''i V'I'I acres) and upward very l low. They Pecans, the finest grown are being
    su v fan be cleared at a small cost, and are largely planted and wherever the I teU : Tt'I
    ;, *' : lands be hickory will flourish so will
    ye ire; jja! good as any pine to bear-I
    A orchard, in
    is can. pecan once Owners
    1; found in the ..tateF,1 -- Management
    ing, as a money-maker, is somethingto
    wx e ) Mw, Prairie lands are offered in large be desired. That WillWEAR I

    ',: r' ti 7th J\ tracts Reclaimed as low or as muck ten dollars lands, per consider-acre.

    Ia ; !' v tag the quality, are very cheap at I EVERYTHING-

    l ", from twenty-five to fifty dollars per WARNINGJO MANY *

    ( ii I..,' acre, location governing{; price. 1
    rto f 11 Money crops of Florida in vegetables ,I .._ I

    a (, ; | are, tomatoes, celery, lettuce, eggs !
    son } s,' plant and beets, and they rank about I I Some Interesting Facts About TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE ; ..
    '-In value in the order named. Almost

    d t : ',\ ''any variety of vegetables grown in Kidney TroublesFew
    in ,l Ef any other state can be grown in If
    ?' want rattling good tinwarecome
    no t Florida.] people realize to what extent you
    Cob .. Watermelons and cantaloupes form their health depends upon the condition -WE HAVE IT
    4 this
    a leading crop in many parts of the of the kidneys.The to store. Don't buy: tin-

    to k"a v ; j tate; hundred of cars are shipped physician in nearly all CAses of
    k annually, bringing to the grower good serious illness, makes a chemical We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades ware just because it is cheap. If you '

    due Tm; returns.Florida oranges and grapefruit are knows analysis that 81 unless the patient's the kidneys urine.are do-He lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring,Siding,'Door., do-it's j just like throwing .f:

    I 10 well) known to the whole of the ing their work properly, the other or- SasK, Shingles, Laths, Window and Door Frames, Moulding your
    hUon Q I,. United State, as without rivals, it gans cannot readily be brought back We
    l ;,I Id seems almost superfluous to more to health and strength. of all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. money away. can save you

    rd ,,n than mention them. When the kidneys are neglected or We also carry a complete line of Brick,Urn e, Cement, Paints article
    b'wci .,' The counties of Lee, Polk, DeSoto, abused in any way, serious results are Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish youeveryiE5ing ; money on every ofJ j jKITCHENWARE
    i HUlsborough, Hernando Osceola, Orange sure to follow. According to health
    liI ree Citrus, Alachua, Lake, Marion statistics, Bright's disease which is for your houae"or your barn, from ground to roof. .

    of. .' i Manatee, Pasco and Volusia are the really an advanced form of kidney
    ,
    +w principal orange and. grapefruit coun- I trouble, caused nearly( ten thousand

    { } deathd in 1913, in the state of New
    r Strawberries in Florida are of good York alone. Therefore, it behooves
    \\OtXm adl ;'r 'quality, easily grown, and bring to I 1 us to pay more attention to the health r I Send for Free Estimate I
    thingto
    ::1 the grower a handsome revenue. of these most important organs.
    4t I
    ml :. Pineapples are not grown in larges 1 An ideal herbal compound that has in our store and there are hundreds of the best and most useful

    o the Atlantic Coast Line had remarkable success as a kidneyremedy
    ,: I select from. All are new goods and some are recent invention
    I \ territorjKJ!Iwt| enough of the fancy Is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
    y! varieties Irs grown for home con- the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder We will be glad to give you Price and Estimates FREE. If you know anything about our way of selling you know that our

    *1 4 y::1 J\that sumption wand and the for best.shipping te markets Remedy.The mild. and healing influence of Contractors Estimates on house bills receive prompt attention. prices, though low, will purchase only the best and finest the market :r\I
    1
    orchards have been I this preparation, in most eases is soon .t
    Many peach affords.
    ,. 11RBi S the three' and realized, according to sworn statements t.. ; ,
    in past
    years
    j4 : planted I I .'" pI{)
    i TIr the industry promises to be and verified testimony of those :,, e
    peach
    considerable importance. The who have used the remedy.U 'Pine Lumber Co.
    of
    one Yellow
    P Y'I type of peaches grown in Florid ares you feel that oar'kidneys require ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES -", f

    . }lngt1 from the Peen To, imported attention, and wish a sample
    I .
    bottle to Dr: Kilmer & Co. Jtf
    from China and the Honey, imported write "
    0 The earliest ripening II Bimghamton; N. Y. Mention this paper FZa. : ,
    4 } 'from Japan. this in enclose ten cent and their will .. Pftonel95, '''' JCZttimm e,.. ;, ... ....
    ttlij .
    26th 1 'h "
    from April toMay .1 1\ '*
    k ' .' ,oath FJorida: 'Th fruit; ts ;;of I highdae.'and. i riajfljr r'forward it to you by.Pare 1. w' ' > :." ," v.. ,-/'I .r'4: '. ,*?'. rK'j j f- fJi' t.* Osceola Hardware Company

    a delicious table.peach.th. ..: Swamp ". PROMPTNESS'' OUR !WATCHfWORD' jJ : '

    ". "s-aiIeCtIOn PIUIn. .-.....Japanese. and: WI111'.rietJ.strains reach. 'I* ....bottle Root*,'of i I. Mid two "by sizes every.-60 draffi4 and- '. a; :)i i,1;: ',t... \:-4-: N'L . f' .' .'1'
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    ;ji.i iWAYrDECEMBER-419I4: ":THEEISSIMME. :- .VALLEY' GAZETTE' ,,'- t.: t
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    to
    - : ..ill' ..'..-" --,...... ;. [their club money to th ,local city '6r-I 11 0'I'te&- '' ., f'w.KJm4lt .- "

    ete.r-: J1 rnJMASWORKfO}M{ : ' '. ItE.RAILET. -' ; : .::1ITKQn
    .. a. -7==)< c* Jtt lA .ctt '
    eoeieUea-Kav*"given-nry" .....1-.... .., '
    ** % ) l **.H TTror Ml f" o.sl ; cri
    this r -5KoT1cozPrTITIo1it.T'o PI .
    year for our special horn missionarycaus4v 1 Cbaa..rT.' 5 .

    valley Gazette: ReadersOur ,cHIsTIAN.ENDEAVoR$ .Oh. Children' Home _.JIII VAn. .. WRE A-PcZALff' , :.
    odety.; But there 1* one month left, FRKB DBALBR.Cto .
    I. 't TJT JK I'; : .. _,, before ,,1914 i Let all It 21 '
    ; :: ; f' passed'by. me to whom mar oonoern MabbetU 8tre4tCF.TrrRASfiCR ,
    '
    IfrJenSsYfrom' tie'nth ttr; '", It 1. almost tint for. "Santa Claus know, if yoU are working 'ap. clubs, that Mnf B.. JP.-mk., (N.tU. Blake). ( ,.,'I

    X'ua ra few: col4 blast during'last to' come.." We rrown-np folk and pa''') Jtherdlr; ,ctly"EbdeVor er Lag of will St.apply CI...to.. the G.e.Honorable.!& County.Jan Florida>*s W, IHI ,,1

    4'.14! _"lJ.,irjsky'-thermometer I :. ttt many of the children of this.Century' 'n rml',\ .ork,with .'othei; good peopleS ...kl.., J dir. .t th* Clrmlt Covet o< ': '
    ( : know_thatJon: our.own 'generosity do. io your towns..:. Several societies, In.elutnE.Ttb4 th*.*ev.nth Ja lelsl ,Circuit. In aa4 forO.eeels
    ..ft1n.a.abIver.buLLtt1st.ri:: t : at,... I: "W'.lIl panda -whether the -f among .little old ''lors'sre.lresdy"-st; Co ntjr. Btat*, .! Fls>H4ar! ** u,e ; .
    oUt Otfob.r '
    ; of
    t.two; .degrees now an4 aU 1* .' .. P' ,t. Dtan...with-hls .vpnck......,and.: reiadeen lt..Otharskr..psnnlng.: : to give and.-Florida day or .i..rov.r JL.; IX >1114.. ,.ar* n-h.. 4r6HEeF.METAITWOMTBfipagtaltr . "''; .
    ? _Tbt "vegetable* nnvsjr b enr" I t. , n comes to' the homes of.the.friendless Chrictmn gifu- atables and"doth for* Homs*....tnana.sr ..taJt. ahaigs.of

    what Injured;by;:;the:-oMr but'.; 'paR.' and. .thsufriendl's _.:. tML. It jno. ingf as well ... money.." Tell U* What and control her preprty, sad i. b.eemo -.8teel-eU' '
    tandardi are in unusually fin\ Whitney Equips i .... -- ... .--.r---\. :: you riddInandmay tdtibles*'you; -a free.!._.,.dealer.---H..n.-o..loa---.I7..P8CIC !!. i''::
    .
    'It |la an unusual thing for cold Hospital Ffr Franoe.. I II The Lord not only told Ills first a* He surely) will in these. efforts to ... S Petltloner's ototor..pt. . - .. .Jt

    visits at to early a data, and the follower to work in, their, own 'cities j' "Sa... n Baby." Dated 11 A. D. I14. , 'L.

    'tlnual grumbler are predicting: a I and country as well at in far-off reg RACE A, TOWNSEND. 1'I' TlC FonrVBUCATIOW.DKFARTMMUTT I: '
    winter, but those who have ions. The call for Christian Endea. I I I InUrlachea. Deo..,!> 1914., DR.J. W. SUIPSOIf. .

    Florida winters for years claim vorers of Florida, this month. of Dec : or -THW IWTEWIOrU: ,
    past experience has taught them \ ember is to help In the Christmas givIng -I A LUCKY SHOT. U. a. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla DENTIST
    Sodaville.. Nov.-W. E. Noble desert October <1. 1114. I UpstaIrs
    extreme cold during November is foi-'the Children's Home society, Notice I* herebjr' riven that Silvan la.Kats Building-
    variably followed by a mild with ita state headquarters, 861 St. teamster, shot at a rattler recently. LBeraert.. of Loufhraan, Florida, who, Office Honrai P a.. ......it. it au
    and the past history of the I James building, Jacksonville. We are The bullet passed through the on March 14. lift, mad homestead haste, 1:1' ,. ...
    shows that as a rule that month not left in doubt how this commandfor I. snake's head add struck a rock, splitting :entry Section No.>. Oll.CM. for NB ;-4 of NB 14. Telephone Wo. Tl l.n.. .I .7r.

    'been more injurious to citrus tithing and other means of unselfishness it. The rock assayed 9150 a ton IT naiL Tallahassee Township lerldlan-It South, baa, Ran-81eell .- I,
    than that of any other. should be fulfilled. It is gold and 900 ounces, of silver. At notice of Intention to make commutation DR. W.'w. CARSON.'

    We had the pleasure of a visit by having in every town where thereis I present there are 2,500 tons of oren land proof above to, establish claim to the .Thsn
    described before Clerk
    of
    Miss Ruth Acree and her sister, a Young People' or Junior Endeavor sight._ _ _ _ Circuit Court at Klislmmee Florida DENTIST F U
    acre oi
    They report that while the cold society, a "Save a Baby club. on the 17th day of December, 114.
    killed some of the more delicate and if our localities or church fields Boarding schools for girls have Claimant name a. witnesses. : J. W. Office over Filler Bnlldln *, R P. K
    been established in Corea.AN Parsons, of Lou 11'11 man, Florida: Chae. Office Hours: I-is i t bon
    a i
    large not to tc :
    tables, still the future prospect are enough, only encour- Krrcek. of Lou..hman. Florida; J. M. Office -Phone 111 Residence
    the main crop is good. Miss age as we can, other clubs befng or- Oasser. of touirhman. Florida: J. W. 0...Administered tet: ExtraCtIon'Phen.1 II
    always a welcome visitor at the ganized, but see that our individual O"DtNAN(' Campbell of ounhman Fiori a. Teeth c lLt are n.

    gon mansion, all being; glad to Christian Endeavor societies" have An ordinance to amend Section 152 of 4Bt HENRY S. CHUBB.Reg-later.. .- S b this poll;
    -come her when she comes and I them "of their very own. the General Ordinances of the Cityof c I color or
    she cannot stay with us longer This week a letter and sample literature KIsBlmmf. Florida relative to NOTiCE' FOR Plini.lCATIOH. DR. H. S. GEIGERc"A. I1.pIant ft
    is to be sent to each Christian Pool and Billiard Houma OKPART1HIOT: OK THB INTERIOR.
    she does. U. 8. Land 250
    W"-e Thanksgiving dinner 'I Endeavor society known of in the He It ordained by the Council of the October 17th.Office 191t. at Gainesville Fla.. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

    our friend, Joseph N. Smith. .3 white state union. It is expected that City of KlBRlmmeeThat Notice Is hereby given that Wesley Citizen Bank'BuildingtClsslmmee ) 1 1 tge.TornpoInt.
    Section IBS of the General Ordinances Drock. of Louchman. Fla.
    after these letters work who on '
    Smith has almost entirely seeing our of the March P1.a 1were
    City of Klaslmmee. Florida 24th HIS made homestead.
    from her recent accident, but I ers will become, if not already, enough as revised and published In 191!. try No. 011195 for SWtt of BBH. seoSK14. en. Phones: Office I)T or .4 -,.- ship
    feeling a little unwell from the I interested, to send at once to Mr. Mar- be amended. to read a. follows: tlon 18. w% of NE and NW, or Besldenoe 11,1 141yyI.. be,heavy
    C. for literature Section 152. Any who shall section 1* of Township 2f south. I Thi
    of a .trip to your city made on CUR FagKi: more explaining person range IS east. Tallahassee ,, t -
    nesday 'last in company with her all about why and how the In the.y"I billiard. keep or op pool<*n a tables room or containing howl- has filed notice of Intention. Meridian to make, T. M. RIVERS. M.D. !

    ter-in-law, Mrs. Harrison. We clubs are to be made a success. Inn or trn-pln alles after. the hour of commutation proof, to establish claim ,.MllOclattol
    splendid dinner. Rex missing We all know that these times are 11 o'clock at titKht." or permit persons to the land above described before Clerk PHYSICIAN .4.
    of Circuit Court. and SURGEON
    at Kissimmee. Flor
    to assemble rpmaln'laald
    Thanksgiving; turkey by the trip, closer than" most years in our "land or ten-pin alley or room for lh.- billiard purpose ida on the lcd day of December. 114. .tb. state.O .
    : Ik- Bronson having slaughtered a 01'plenty, but only those best posted of pla tog" or rollliiK" on said tahl. or Claimant name. as witnesses. James Office over Osceola Pharmacy $
    gobbler which was invading that realize what it means for the very alleys after the hour of 11 o'clock at VVhldden. of Uoughman. Florida: Robert Phones. : R..atd.nce.1 :
    H. .
    tion of the territory which is poorest people and their benefactors, not nlKht" less.shall upon conviction be fined 'Ida'Villtam; Ellington J. Garrett of .LouKhman.of uhman., Flor- Office 14. 1
    I than l& nor more than $5o, or
    the direct supervision of said like those giving their lives in Chitdren's'Iioma I I... Imprisoned In the common Mil or Florida; W. T. Lamb of Couchmaal J : =
    This is the first we have had ---- I daily sacrifices "to make ealahocsnot l less than ten nor moor. Florida.
    the ends meet." In order that these ends than thirty days at hard labor except U.lit HENRY S. CHUBB. DR. C L. HYATT IIe1ItIe Hea
    game season opened.We .. ...
    AM) MFBCIMKN> OP HER that on Raurilii.nlKhm., pool and bil Register .
    will meet the dub plan started. So-
    met Mr. Williams former .. -
    VUHK. liard rooms mar I. Kept open and t "
    shal of Kissimmee, one day last in its equipment is the cieties around Tampa can give half ofAI.I play allowed, until the hour of twelve. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

    riding in a buggy with his wife. which ha.s been es Foil DEMOCRATIC: I'HIMAHYKL.KCTI01 In All conflict ordinances herewith or parts i be. .and of ordinances the sameare Department. of the Interior. 'Phone. Office 117 LUlL, ..1
    (
    ing they were a long distance Mrs. Harry Payne Whit hereby lepealedHiad Serial No. 06.4IS. Residence UI.KI..lmme. '
    : *
    I
    home we invited them to spend I Inight I of the fighting line of a first tline and by unanimouscoiiRent United States. Land Office' at Gaines
    at our domicile when they \ The executive committee of the democratic read n H.M-OIIC d tlnm I anil paused ville. Fla. October U, IU4. .. 21*. .; r JSLSt
    Pait of its equip- party In and for Oaceola county. In open HeftHlon.. this first day of December. Notice I. hereby. irlven that James B. w. _
    ed our attention to a very large; I of four skilled surgeons Florida hereby mil and provide forth A 1) |9M.. Whldden of Ixjurhman. FUrlda, who
    horse wagon loaded with house ten motor ambu- .. hnldlnic of H white democraticprimary ( .\11..1)J on July 10, 1909 made homeAead, entry S '1\\
    .election to be held In the W No. 05 4118, for H. D. GEIGER
    der of all kinds and a liberal THOMPSON.President = Slof 8W1-4. 8WIof -. .
    e supply of medical ap ....' ..ral l'rt.I'\ne'\ of Onoeoltt count\ of Council SEt-t and NW1-4 of 8W1-4, Sec ', COIIP j
    and offer
    ling of children our I I and clothing for 3,000 1"lorldltn compliance with the lawn J It ill.HKKT. Clerk. lion 23 Township Z6 South. Range 17 ,
    courteously declined and Williams I the expense is being of the Htatc of }<'IorldlHnld primary Approved! this I lat I day of I December, East 'Tallahassee. Meridian. ha. tiled ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, '
    serted that he had all the l Whitney who is I to be held durIng the tinurn fixed byIHW A'.D.. 1914.. notice I of 1 Intention to make Five-year
    of this life including the kids I per for the holding' of elections on If.II. MAY. Ma> or Proof, to vetabllih claim. to the land: Office State Bank BuildinrKissimmee. .
    the work. I Saturday. December 19th. 1914. for the above described, before. Clerk of Circuit -
    him and ready for service. I hospital is to be stationed I nomination of ... candidate for the office Court. at Kissimmee. ., Florida, on Fla. \.
    The hunting season has opened to the firing line, of superintendent of public Instruction IN COURT UK COUNTY jUDGE the 10th day of December. 1114. j,
    in and for O.e'o1count)'. STATE Of FL.OIUDA. Claimant nam. as witnesses:
    the usual detail of men. dogs may be rushed im to fill the unexplred term of the pre..- In re. Estate. of Dr. C. W. Holloway. of Loughman.
    horses; deer, turkey, quail and aid. At present hos. I ent coutfty superintendent, u ho haa CHRIS KAKNNKU Osceola County I Florida. GEO.r.PARKERATTORNEYATLAW
    game are in full retreat to I along the battle resigned I Notice Is hereby given, to all whom It J H Webb of Loughman. Florida.
    secret haunts, where none but the to handle only the less I UnallHpatloBa of Klrrtora. may _aoern. that on tb. lat day of W RH.T. .Lamb of Loughraan, Florida.
    Mareh. A. D. 1111. I Ellington. of Loughman.
    .hall applrIto
    Those and only those hall L the
    itiated can find them. Johnson's' Those severely wound- be permitted to vote at. or perHonfl participate Honorable T. M. M.i>hy, Judre of paId Florida. Collection and Conveyances .
    and would almost seem to be a I while being transferred In the management of aatd primary Court as Judge of Probate, for my final HENRY 8. CHUBB Register. J
    ger in the midst of the war hospitals. at Paris or election who are white democrats who discharge as Administrator of the es U-It Specialties "" }
    tate of ? 'i.-
    and it always like Mrs. Whitney's hos declare their allegiance to the prin Chris Kaonnel deceased; and .
    appears that at the same time I will present to IIS l-t Broadway. T
    I I ciple and organization of tho democratic .
    on our side of Reedy's game for the soldiers of all party In the state of Florida- said Court my final account. .. Admin Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe LNI.

    ing, to be abundant but shy and I and Ouceola county who were qualified approval.I.trator of said estate, and ask for their Old Btandard general atrenrniealsg tonic,, .
    alien hunters fierce but unskillful.Our I electors at the time of the primary J. H. HALLEY OROVK TA8TKLKR8 cblU TONIC dri....eel a F. KRIBBS. -,- t
    election held on June 2d. 1914. and I Dated Administrator. Malaria.earlcbee the blood.....builds sptheare. 5-. '
    rifle.division and shot gun sumptuously. Mr. I who pledged themselves to abide by Sept. 12th. A. D. 11 it. tern. A true tonic. For adults and cbildr,.. SOc ATTORNE 1it
    gade are not yet out in full as a gentleman : the result of said primary election, and .AT-LAW 't P
    '
    They are like the Russian's at ; before Rex met to support T_the. for uomlnee thereof. Bxstnination .r TltI.s a p.o1alty. l .

    it takes them some time to has found him and his Each pereon dealrlnK ttuallfxlBS to have his NOUftcaUOD and Payment of taxes ,of
    their localities and have every way worthy of his name printed on the primary election non-residents given careful '
    good order for effective action, i reputation and we have ballot an a candidate for the office attention. .J.
    of superintendent of public Instruction ProgressiveBusiness Kissimmee. Fla. : <
    when they do get bully\ prepared better treated nor better In and for O.ceola county Florida ,
    know first where and when to for"L I at present. The fam shall file with" the chairman of this' Pat Johnston o. p.' Garrett' '
    and then the wild game are in of three boys and a committee, on or before November
    Jeopardy.Mr. boys have been taught 80th. 1914. his notice of candidacy and JOHNSTON A: CARRE1'fATrORNETAT.LAW '}'
    application to have his name so printed -
    and Mrs. Sullivan; father every particular and upon a blank to be furnished by \I
    mother of Mrs. Ike Bronson, are the gentletnanly deport- the chairman of this committee and
    quent visitors. They-live about one and the lady-like de- accompanied by the sum of Twenty- Office 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bank
    five ($25.00) dollars the amount of his
    miles' away and as they have no e other. Mrs. Bronson assessment, and no name of any such firmsYOU Building S

    living with them they get I a highly honor-id family candidate shall be printed upon or t KIa.lqim..F1a. !, :,
    enough to visit among; their of the household is countador returned If printed uponany .

    and as they have a good horse of the most energetic such have ballot been, compiled unless this with.provisionshall txrals; C. Masser1! "t Plcton Warlow'

    bugger they can enjoy life and county (Mrs. Acree). Caavsjss of Het.r.. L-ate Counsel for Judge .f th.'
    their friends as This committee shall meet .21.. R.. R. Comm. - Cr'mlnal Court
    about among and his family live a short at I kNOW IN'I '
    please. us. His mother-in-law, of o'clock lecembsr p. m.. Wednesday 1914. at the the courthouse lard day SHOULD KISSlMjEEEGGERSGLUESS MASSEY A'WARLOW ,. '

    Our democratic rooster didp't sister to Mr. Joseph In Klsslmmen .and. canvass the returns . ATTORNEYS. COUNSELLORS i
    actly like the cold weather, but living with them. They In accordance with the primary c AT LAW , . '
    had recently few . election laws of Florida and ahall declare & RIEDEL. Practice In all the courts ef the ttato '
    he. and his family county a years what candidate has received a NELSON REALTY and of the United Btatsa. al.o it.toro
    an extra fine coat of feathers to now making their home majority of the votes cant for such CO. the Florida Railroad Comml..ion, aa4
    other habiliments they were not county. Mr. Craig has office and ahall declare hla nomina- Carpenter and Repair Shop the Interstate Commerce Comralssloa., .
    riously inconvenienced by the two girls. tion, and the chairman and secretary 9 Darlington 11-14 Charleston BldsT, 7 '< k
    or thIs Ave. Orlando .
    cmrntitcwithin, Iwo days Fla. If..".. <
    The minnow and tadpole \ Overstreet is building a thereafter shall certify the name of Inside Furnishings, Screening and :;. fort
    Is not in the best of shape, but His stove experience such candidate receiving n nomination Cabinet Work Our Specialty. Property Sold on Commission :
    has such perfect confidence in put to the test during for theofrice of superintendent of public F. H. JENKINS dJan
    Instruction for
    2
    Oaceola rountv to girth
    wisdom 01'our
    integrity and and he decided that a the governor of the state of Floridaand f
    elected congressman that he is expended would build ask for his appointment SURVEYOR to31,
    isfied that all things will he I : calculated to warm {..pertfora.The I J. W. I'RENTIS D. G. M'KAY REAL ESTATE -r<.
    when he gets there. He crows I hereby following Inspectors and clerksare Fraternity Hall I' ran*
    denlgrnated to conduct the AGENCY ,
    morning, "Hurrah for the Rt. in the early ,of said primary election : Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines "
    W. J. Sears." He repeats this of very successful. Low Precinct. No 1 : Inspectors Tl N. Klss4mmee. Fla. j0?*
    evening and he just thinks that materially interfered of Rratton. J. K. I-.upfer JV l.llley' ; Sewing Machines. Grarslone BlockS '. !
    clerk. U. r>. Ouleo.Precinct f li1.'
    country's Joe is the greatest aggregate catch has been *'" ?. Inspectors F. J Broadway ll Land Anywhere on Commission DR. M. J. HICKS .'
    best man in the state of Florida. ; Vlall, !Ii i lruiiM'n. Art .Brn neon I 1 8rv i
    old rooster thinks the Hon. Joe to : in the finest kind of con- clerk.V.. L. Moneley. ,/
    P
    \ enough to be I' cliict No. 3 Inspectors. I' II PHYSICIAN and SURGEON h *s
    intelligent moss has been abundant Laer.! W IT T.nnlc'r. I (oertrert.fl .
    *
    the best educated mn in W. G. IIANKINSAdding : -
    with range in good shape. i k. T y\ fIH nnl> C. A. COLE Office State
    shrewd enough to catch Precinct No. 4 BankBuilding _
    gress and this section are doing : inspector C! R. '
    to all their tricks and turn them was of too short a Onrlson.cl Tk T. N P. Fitrr.Precinct Ii:. Morgan.. O. R'all..; Machines andTypewriters 'Phones Office 41Residence 40

    our advantage. If the voters in injure the grazing No. R: Inspectors W R Jeweler and Optometrist r
    county had had sense enough to for their standing =N'-ttles. Peter Rnulernon. Yuleo Kober-
    Brother Sears as he does, not one good. son; clerk J. n. Honeiran.Pnclnel For Sale.DANN'S S
    No I B; I
    26
    Inspictors. Randolph Broadway $
    conscientiously
    have
    would
    them was to have concluded\ Young J H. Raladen. A. K. Bas: clerk
    ed for any of the other a horticultural nar XV A. IlriiwdyPrecinct J. W. THOMPSON
    Hunters, paradise is still in blustered away at No. 7 Inspectors J. H
    belles out in force Walker. Jr.. J. U Chandler.v.. w'Chandler : Get 5eJFUNERALDIRECTOR '
    ring, the are until I fear my allotment ; clerk. W H. Walker DEPARTMENT STORE Your Candies Fresh from the
    the beaux that have not left for exhausted. Will try not Precinct No. 8. inspector J C

    gamesters camp are far from I nonsense to compete ', 'J.I.W.. T. n. Htor..).. J. w. Tlson clerk. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes CANDY KITCHEN
    idle and while there is a I and give you the j Hill.ROM J%
    par-I' THOMAS
    amount of diffidence on the part JOHN JOHNSON.Chairman.Secretary. Furnishings 23 Broadway es

    the former, the latter have andLICENSED
    enough to supply the difference. 1'f; tj. -i, '" 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor F. C. Howe Prop.W. 1

    .Oranges are in splendid EMBALMER '

    the recent cold having; rendered I & Made
    sweet mellow and Juicy; they in Able To Eat B. MAKINSON CO. *i \ ::1 3
    beautifully colored and the citrus J. D. CLARK Store and Chapel, Stewart Are. jKlaslmmeeJ'ria. ,

    change certainly could not object r'C. ff(\ v *_," ' ,

    their being placed on the market Real Estate Brsk'Broadway. Hardware, Callcry. Boat ''

    .-..e-.. ..tbair in.n&P.the present R season F. Cobb condition for this and delicious his though First Meal Aft f' Two Years I and Machinery',: SuppUe . .S, I, iJI i\4-i i I-.,. ,. ,


    Pdy were visitors at the When In Need of a. k-,

    inansion Ut week. MI'I. Cobb Take May Won: health restorer by thousands who have VETERINARY SURGEON: Sc

    tender'care has. fostered,'. j Stoaaach euiedy tt-iten it with' benefit It i I. known H. C. STANFORD CO. O. F. BASS -Call For.- 4 '"H\, \

    ;mother for Over a year, reported "Soft Diet everywhere. !, "
    .
    ;fold lady in good health feeling Mayr's; WotlCerratStomacb Remedy Dry Goods, Clothiag and Shoes, Contractor ia Plain and Decorative A. P. RICHMOND t '
    ?
    better than she had done In some clears the digestive tract of mucoid Painting and Paper rt
    ;Mr. Cobb.hal not yet tried the McManus of 324 East accretions and removes poisonous Furnishings aad Hanging. Looghman Bond

    ''of the lako for"the finny tribe, Jacksonville, Fla. suf matter. Ifc bring* swift relief to sufferers ..- 515 Sproulo Are. ....... .7 'Phone 1I1-S KlaelmBgaoT. ..!..: *
    i' ;'.intends giving the business a trial from stomach trou from stomach, liver and intestinal -e "
    lived for two year on troubles.<< Many declare that it '- "

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    fb*,the cold weather: the tops of Mayr* Wonderful 8toro! and many are rare that it has Y.1i. LAWSON ) .
    /,: /ornL.P hkfve'been killed but this and.went to eating/Teg sav.d their lives. ', ., Sic Writer and DoeoratlT.Painter ." ,

    I, ?a1 the root potato a richer and Her U a part' oz' her We want all people who havechronic "" Job and BailoVr '- .
    ltei' taate.* CaM juice hal the r ,: . ** ;tomach trouble or. conatipaUon Cash Store Work and GeMr.a Repairing ;

    tst.,removed by the'-mo. I I. the greatest ri1ft. no.matter of how lOngstanding 10 Broadway Saw Filing, a Specially '.....rZL' j S. f :1.
    *! that the old saying; that, *.It'* Enclosed find order for to try-one dose of Mayr'; Wonderful 15 Darlington! Ave.Y.LELLIS : I:t'

    fill: wind that blows nobody good," .*. I have eaten my Stomach 'Remedy-one dose will con- P. A. Vana,> ji.wVANSACNEWACJIAWFO. -' I-,"';11. crawt..t: e';
    c .1011! proven byth: two cro over two year nine mce.you This I. .the medicine so S .... ., ,- F
    ml they aN the eraekewtoata medicine. I bare,''been many of our people have"beea taking : I

    ,i. ..liee."hell \weIL."It.h.tbem. diet bat.thank God. with surprising remit. The most WATERS A CARSON GROCERY CO. --.- ., -. Ce' '"' ."+* v*.-----.MM. ,
    4 *cracker U not to suffer.'Me better. thorough system cleanserwe ever Electrical ContractorPfcono.220. :: JW.;
    sure ........ t ATTORNEYATLAWs1 4"
    b ent''ablcftq''pIaer1'>>' here""laa't'e'"act,1k7l"'W..rf1d .er.bd.Mayt''Wbnd.Tfutomach; .j-- .... _. m, .- .< *"
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    It t been better cued ha* been proven,'n'i and druggists everywhere.' ,. ..1S
    ',before'hare w*, ,- .. I S Darllngt4Mi' A.. ... -.- .' ''JtIeaJ.!.cS.i'L.dM., ';"Li, ..l.
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    MINISTERS. WANT "CLEAN'. CONDEM4f LAWS STRAWBERRY PLANTS Send $2.5cffor ii i u iii 11111 i 11 i"i in 111. 91'11'1iiuSiiiiti. H11. > 11
    CHURCH
    fe'J1 :NOTICES ,
    DAILY STATE NEWSPAPER 1000. Cabbage plant at f 1.60..Pe&eh.plum. -
    .D.her1O: rlbo Jtltd ntA..b.yit -. pear and cherry tree*
    ay, J lA1)i [FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Tne lollowVn I Ye'sVtuConiT'weni\ pa's i.iled 'alltlra" a olutlulr-eoudemrlffig-i.,.,. t1.'G'"tIr1eadL.Joh1MAn' '-W nt A-dter'i isement

    re I. -} Sunday school at 9:45 by the Ministerial association'; at that prohibit students over twenty.one foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf -
    a. m. _
    their meeting Monday. morning to- from voting while at college. The ,
    A.
    i Si Carson''Btbl. class 10 a. ra. witS Resolved '
    resolution sent the
    was to governorarid FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-rForty r
    EffS4*!"' by.the pastor at 11 a. m, is M t r .
    1. That it the sense of the the legislature. horsepower; six cylinder, seven passenger
    CbIn ; "Such u'I Hav. Ministerial Association of KUsimmee GAZETTE Want Ada market
    ; Ihasy. "Thomas Flyer" automobU. ,vAIlEY are a ,

    1 .J&SiSr-Boot'at by 2X0: ?actor p. im at '.Km., '30.Fla,,1914.in- session that on.Monday of the November''needs ofFiorlda'rs A MERCILESS JUDGE Will land,sell cheap or trade NeU for place in which to secure h.lp, a iitaation, to
    JJ ,,tock, or: townproperty.
    1fT.. '" ... .... '
    .u Tb.eh1. : '
    a 'cleanfirstdais' "dal17nn..p.per 'r"Rea1tr-c '" l -Wnr-' V'r.a +arexasr.-anythirisa. ::;" i
    .SSft7i! .:: Stranger, ... that does not issue a Sunday and """ ;

    1".weleq: ,.ditlolnor.Insert, liquor advertising One Who Shows No Paver FOR RENT' OR SALE-: ...Two-story coat a trifle bring,__quick_ ,__acrr u_rmtult__ .....,_ ..ry.... ......
    ,
    nor the of the so-call RAm 3one' '
    sermons
    METHODIST ant
    word'.ch
    : CHURCH"rThepartormtthCMettjOdlst* ed. " which store building on Brach. St. North IrWtiori; 25Cents .
    'Pastor.Ruaun are paid
    and "-: churchfoxt A merciless judge is Father Time.' Klsslmmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf minimum ;
    for as advertising matter and is charger; fire or more
    atlic.lAcco.'a.ve Sunday morning will preach to friendly to the cause of prohibition. Before him the weak and the wantinggo '.
    the children on ,;Temptation? receive line 5 ants a line. i'Ip'
    applicants into the church hold churchconferenceand. 2. That we shall begin the agitation to the wall. Only-the truth can t
    American] I
    of this question ACREAGE WANTEDTwo
    our
    among stand. For the
    administer the :years following statement -
    sacra-
    ing to at '
    : friends and bring it to the attention
    JfS1*' :'At 7 p. m. he will preach on from a Kissimmee resident has -- .
    ankles bj ,, I "The'' Revelation of Character." Sunday of our respective church meetings, experienced promotionmen WANTED, POSITION-By young IF YOU WISH board and rooms In a HI:
    I
    tocklngs ) .. '. conventions associations conferencesand withstood this sternest of all tests. want large tract to sub- 21 who makeFlorida
    man wants to I
    ,- will close up the work for this endeavor divide and sell commission I &e private home, call at Faulkner's, 27 .
    Ms itj conference presbyteries and to secure J E. Bass Sr. Bermuda Ave. Kissimmee on his home. Clerical or assistant Sumner St. .
    rsal ?) 'I the year. AH are cordially in"WIted.to concerted action. basis. Will consider anything up I bookk.epinpreferred, but 60-St \: ,,

    call the \ i, 11'. services. 8. That we shall negotiate with the says: "I suffered from kid- to 75,000 acres, providing: the land will accept anything with chance FOR SALE-One: of the finest ... i.'j{
    thorities.SOLDJI. \ LAYMEN'S UNION. publisher of papers in the state and ney trouble for several years and hada is well located and accessible. I for promotion. Can give good ref- in Osceola county, located only cro one, T

    74ext Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock try to make arrangement for the pub- lame and aching back Doan's Kid- What have you T Write your best erences. Address "Position," care mile from city limits. Forty-five .'
    the lication of such paper as we can with Pills rid of percentage proposition. Must i Valley Gazette. 48-3t '
    the trouble and
    t(fj Presbyterian church the laymen ney me acres of best citrus* land; twenty ;
    confidence and into exclusive Address
    pleasure bring give contract. ,
    , ,Will have ?
    their usual afternoon deotlon backache. acres in splendid bearing trees. Finest y'
    home and to Promotion LANDS EXAMINED TO BUY
    \ f -. l every Christian point care ValleyGazette.YOUR .
    exercises. I
    > A full attendance variety of fruit. You can get '
    with pride ai a "real family newspa- No Trouble Since. first and investigate later
    may
    1 desired
    ( and believe that 1
    r ; we every this grove direct from the owner
    calculated aid in the
    to .promotion mean disappointment and financialloss.
    flAHlI. nan and boy In'Kissimmee" will bematerially per of all things; that tend to the On May 27th 1914, Mr. Bass said: Investigate FIRST loca- and save real-estate commissions. ;
    J your
    benefltted by attending "I have withdraw COLD IS DANGEROUS Address Box 427 Kissimme Fla.
    citizen no reason to the ,
    .', these upbuilding of home and good tion, lands and soils through me.
    helpful meetlngll.I statement I several BREAK IT UPNOWA
    gave
    years ago
    I.Xansas] i'' It is a duty that we owe to our Godand' ship. recommending: Doan's Kidney Pills. Cold is readily catching. A run That is the sensible way. Large or PRINTING WANTED. "
    small tracts east or west coast. Ad-
    C.. Char :S -- to our town to do everything Since this cured
    remedy me, I have down system is suceptible to Germs.
    'Jeged. a i possible to upbuild Code kingdom never had a symptom of kidney trou- You owe it to yourself and to othersof vice also ,given from choice locationto You can get the finest kind of printing -
    "mere- on earth. Let each and everyone SEED I POTATOES ble." household to fight the Germsat planting. Prices reasonable. at the Valley Gazette office.! .
    'the-rnafi \ ) do their share of thin splendid I your Highest testimonial. to satisfactory We do quality work at reasonable ,;
    50 dents! all Dr. Bell's is
    at dealers. I
    Don'tsimply Pine-Tar-Honey
    I { work. <.;, own on tlv rusted hills, of Bteun j Price once. work. Write L. Latrobe Bateman '
    (Florida; 'yjj ; ,I,. < "ounO. about 1 BOO\ feel above see II I IFHKE ask for a kidney remedy-get fine for Colds and Coughs. It loosens Agricultural 144 prices Phone 11 the nextJime you
    the fedep ;. The Gospel team holds services Sunday I,., I FROM: DISEASE I' Doan'n Kidney 'Pills-the same that the Mucous stops! the Cough and Boulevard, Tampa Expert_ Florida., Bayshore 48-3t want real prntit( ;g. tf ,
    Tb. < evening at 7 o'clock.
    Mr.: Bass had. Foster-Milburn Co., soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed.Only .
    ) rc r: W. Ii. JONES Chairman. fits: one. Hardy. Prolific varlotli-a Give I N. Y. at WANTED-A FOR RENT-Ten-room two-story
    Props., Buffalo 25c Druggist.FORD
    lh< tit ft trial Rn for CatalDHTUl your I good, cheap pony modern house stable, garden -
    garage
    (4 i roji Min y Germany;;; employs many Women asp \ \ |-. !! |':KI< >>> I-OTATO FAIT, -- ---. ... mare. See New Eden Plantation good; location.
    1 an acreJ? .a le a In the war department.. i Il.im IAXMB.. Mlrul.rn t.Minlr. N. r.lrt I I Thomas Company,Kissimmee.near Narcoossee or A. E. Five-room cottage nicely furnished,
    ,
    ;made lk - e beautiful location, fine view of the
    -- I I
    I
    v company FREE TOWN LOTS ON BEAUTIful lake. '
    lag of: / mk.a Saint Lucie river, Palm Beach We also have 40 acres splendid
    ion tbe f fL Royal Palm Nurseries will supply county Fla.; immense profit in farming and trucking land with

    $65; an. farming, fruit and truck raising.For ; good flowing well, within 2 1-2
    L V profit, n ,i all Your Planting Needs particulars and booklet writeto miles of Kissimmee. Nelson RealtyCo.

    ,000 acr ; Ewy, Wm. Sundberg; V-5120 W. 22nd ., Kissimmef, Fla.
    It require( yoari tontahlult; a reputation f"r. nursery The operator mu.t 1'lare, Cicero 111. 49-3t
    hath.lanatione I be monofinle.ty i ; and "I.b.t", 'I 1 1//In. ernu.II l hr ,1.Ii..cI.m..i..on. FOR RENT-8-room residence, furnished
    lastnago i ; tlltioD' favorable totbagrn.thofhnhhyand.wrdyairtk.; Jt n .1 lto \rr y c.. ndal that thflbuilder NTED.--O"'nerR of (good orange $15; 5-room. $10; 5-room,
    ago of m nursery are men of painstaking trr. with,. scaionrj aim> "1.I.n.l, l horticulturalknowledge land to furnish me with description i $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and Insurance -
    . ,
    :, < and inhnite riirn e for 11.,1) "nr ) r. KrJ( ncr Hi oJ".h..J.b"r.d..h.h.
    ... ,, and net price if want to sell. 202 Broadway.
    you
    ulutnatothe ohrrt, of buttJinff( up nur" the s' tan be r' hid upon being
    i very beat U ,,'ell.: must complete i .saurtmu.' ) to be fuu..J.J . CARS N. Miller over Gazette office. >

    Miami,1! 0.....* trBpefrutt, and other citrus trcrt perhaps I'h, 1 .c of any 01.! rt fruits, must be EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS STOCK FARM.
    t tru* to name **.n to I." aera, I )c*'b U* pne, l b> J' I ,i re i f, "b.11. II. of initial |.hrl I' 120 acres foghorn Junction, muck
    Laude o..h."J. l Ihac.irui, ... I,, .n ul[ ,.ho".II..lm."o.I In Orange Grove property yielding land cleared, fenced ditched house
    \ ,
    t, smogea dmwt ..."".1", ton tr"so.1 I., be t ii I. ''', '' rr'. r r'nnr,,,. tusgr ''nu, big income. Send for detailed i descriptions. > ,
    , ,,, ..,, .. i and barn. Suitable for sugar cane,
    Iime..ndoll"m"1 I -t < ''tPo.I. II" l> h -.nd LI 1 " JUST ARRIVEDTwo Frark H :
    rtb . .. Ilavis. Apop- cow peas and rice hay. Desirable location -
    ; st.teof efficient thu-i"iyh untint g and 'm'/rn"/ t -/it the | -it of the t o "it. '
    ka.
    Orange County, Florida. 45-tf for fattening cattle. $8,000.

    :tJ ii., +Vi . t. r Trees, Plants! ,Shrubs,Vine ",, Bulbs without number 331 Acres at Southport. u
    ) carloads of Fords. A number of these sold. WANTED-Orders for field
    already
    new are cypress
    v I Choice orange and muck land, one
    ? Is .....mental, Ronl Palm N u < c r. ffe-ii. \nt if > f fi m silt\ h -.el ret urn can bo made. boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lumber -'
    .1 S.f :'yl ', Hundred of sorts of plant, >"I") >, 1 Im. t art t and, inn 1 1..1./1/ ttin, ,- tp"ic in tli. m.i & Furniture Co mile frontage on canal one-half mile
    Give order this shipment will not last long. I : > 29-tf
    i ut your now, as south of Lee's 15000.
    UatU one has atudicd the hit" < i i l\\ 1 l.l' i C..d<1 goo- \.I..n\ I he ImeJ i of mat, H hot grove.
    : ''tiVelded t .: til la BUraer/ hail in lore for the man or nruiuao cu..-..tied in beautifying the home, and grounds. ---- --- NELSON REALTY CO.
    .
    : We are prepared to deliver you your car: on demand. GET MARRIED-Rest Matrimonial
    i !; A Book .hat Offers Inexhaustible Store of Information paper published. Mailed free. The I
    ; i Cot n'RI>ondent. holed, O. -19-t:! RUBMYTISMWill
    1 r Th. Catalog of the Royal Palm Nurseries (tivct!in condensed form the fruittof
    aion 'r may year of nursery experience and a large amount of patience. and LADIES- =-$12. O I
    i \1\. toIloD tb. part of Ua compilers. The book ahowt that the Royal Palm LUPFER & PRATHERBROADWAY. weekly making cure Rheumatism Neuralgia
    rfreons Namaeriea offer an Ineihauitibla) stock of up-to-dat material, and contain plain aprons at home; no canvass- Headaches Cramps Colic
    '' ', Valuable and r reliable data that should be read by every farmer and I power Ing. We pay you. Particulars and Cuts
    Bruises
    'tion : "'; : la the Gulf coast country. Your for the asking! Write today for it I IRE4SONER lt full-sized apron for 25c silver. Cook Sprains :: Burnt Old
    tar' Supply Co.- Kokomo Ind. _48-3t Sores, Fetter. Kin .Wonn, ECxema :'
    BROS., 216 Benedict; A ve., Oneco; ,Fla. .
    ." etc. Antisveptio Anodyne
    r.tru DWELLINGS for rent; opply to M.
    diet ; a I Tiller. used internally or externally. 25cNOWHAVE '

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    w ? su ,, F 1 it is made to your measure-built to fit yon-INDIVIDUALLY price has been added to your

    t* I ;'' 1: TAILORED TO ORDER. If yon have felt that the best ii _n cost to pay jobbers' and mid. "

    } 'iI .made-to-measure clothes are not to be had for less than $40.00 or diem en'. profits-and other
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    .' sM Here Is YOUR GuaranteeMade shop AND SAVE IT, just a* .

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    b I-JK- Com and browse through half a thousand of the newest TROUSERS, or $16 for COAT, r

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