Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 18, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00677
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'';"' t>.'beard'4 Paul ef> We i tride ve'ceasjnittee*/appointed; coiposed to M".of&IL'.C.,$100;'Slaaford asked ,by,J..ike ft:, :at f Siiflpft. HiW,i Git1e; '1'r; r< ., H..... -....I.,".....13'.... .:.';,.." .".; '" r," ill.tR" : :';; :... of attack ,

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It utLise:to, help ia,advertisiaf Uiis ..Ct1 a Florida-n-; 1 'c j. I. N -- :
y that"'tktaoaey! had all been subscribed jd-turned WILL 'DEVELOP.. STOCK fiANCH SENATOR"DON8GAN OFFERS.. LO- ELYEN'', Air. KBQORDED"'AT ell..y (:UPORTB'CLAIM THEPLACHi'WERE

aeenL. .Therefore KUrimmerof ,SAND BUTT' ;AND: SELLS, BEEF CAL' "ASSOCIATIOW'-'UBE."OP: / ''ATLANTA ArtP:N>IBIPHls'AND: .'. FORTIFIBD) BUT
station ajeat as per'the aj I .,CATTLE---1'INQUIRIES" FROM ; 'KWGLAND SAYS NO't-FLIET:
; ROOMS i IN: CITIZENS: )J (NiC.BUILDING..4 THE THKUtOlWnm FALLS TO ,
l. the IOWM; to faoperatrwlde' the Atlantic,Coast Liae to yORTUjAS.TO GRAZIMQ LANDS ,. > BlSfiNCMAM Ai .., ON'WAYBACH'TO' SAFETY.
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n, -- l' Contracts* 'were,4nade ltnesday'ii,' ;The dscSoia: Fruit: and Tnicl(2ftr( w: ; ''.O .! .9 !: Loaded,1. England. Dec. 18.crip
, '" ;'Industrial- ''Im Using, booklets,. and?'form letters. in Orlando bY':which a stock company ofwealthy.finen ere aasociatlon;met onWednesdsswot, : : ;1AMAGEbO pliag )ten'phase '.... .telegraph wires .

p the AtiantieCoast securing and hdtng'..attention of will .take,'over;:ipoat; bfthtf this,.week.IWa special eissioncalled :, U'f CROI!2. : yeatenlay bjr boaabardsaent of8ul
i f win has Joha> M;: Vpropertyiat.:'Southport >MMin .ythe; Harttopool and
a-Visitor: I& the city: the. proep.et,tbeu Jaeel'/ 'Wben be .for that;;day because of the Farmers' .
; f f; spbke '.at',the ;board tof': located in .Florida-to help him. 'farmon tot the" 'purpose dereloplng: a Institute be held hero oa Saturdayat :TampaFlav; ..f'rN'o ._damage. .. to WIt_. .* tee east eaaat of Eagles.
d t. 'on the ascientific,.planso;:hia.Xabor/Will big: stock, ranch' and''buying': and sell their usual meeting time. Becauseof Florida's;citrus fruit' resulted'P by ffet tain radaen, together with. the
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dMondaylhlgbt; Ing beef.eattie.:, The incorporators lathe *front toe cold- during tho'. '
-. 1 of.Kls- ld.atf.f.ctorY-'hturn""J. : /nelement'weather,only: .a'few wave niMtery nreeantleaa thrown leantthoae
"' Tit* ''..Jrorrounding'terrfaull r ; 'Co-operative. Scheme.: ;: ': company will bo Bull Bass, of KlsBimmee Of tho'growers' wen i proasnt and no, ., past forty-eight hours, according tower, aaade impossible even!
''stated that,hU mfr hlreLMtlull :'in'.yleta1i1iowthe ;' Harry Beaman R.I,1.:. .Hyer -was"takeq'rtgarding the .with .reports t received ,here" Toes>>. tp4ay'l..itdn. were than aa appnIX.t. -
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5. ilUt:the services 'of the "railroad l4oftbe bus. and 'WY: Mf ..DatrUv. )of .Orlando and draw l'from the'Florida Growers' and *:.day\ThersNsrepo frost reports'. .... eetlatate ft the civilian ,dead. and

c'M' a i and'the b ineII."men 'inees8 i '.different' coin* Sam Jones,'>.' \!renn.ylvan1a'eallltal. Shippers' Intended to to bring ist, fMr.,Leo wUl be .'atockholder-in Ute 'aJi" ''Aoeerdtag -t*.>aa official *tatesesa4ve
rounitUs lay
In a co-operative: fpUn try #more matter 'over until a ropresen-,, v' ., t. .'
ntic'Coast Lin. raiuoad' people ,here to Occupy! the 'unfarmed companyand it- isezpecte ,, calm waa to aeeur4'da' territory. In the''outlying,, sections of one more' man will come'in a* a stock'. time for .the league ;to present ... .+_., .! .... pereae* met their tooth te. UM.flattie epoek.wbffit,111
holder,, after'the, is .Incor: r ; ........ '.'
[ : these 'tonaand' then to teach'them company ( arguments' as to why the local asso.ciation i were. At
permanent'sealersfor '
k% {a-,'businese'.propollUon.:; how to create more "per acre than .has .porated4' \:, . ,/, ,'should. :not withdraw.it,.. ..Washington..' D.? CSA .frigid1,wave aaarfcoroMh ooroatoo* dead. and tUrtr -
Coast anxious been,produced in'tbepast..B. stated ': "V 13.O00-ACTOL',, desires. fJ that embraced the northwest and practically eoiidJ WM the tolL Roth odcUlaMt.ntofflolaKoetlMatea
t .-to*:,Iceate'] I. alone its that,in':bit opinion any'land .which *>Approsimaey,19Ooo'acree) are included -The;committ : f PappInte4''toiookafta'refrlgeratr' ( ,,: all sections east Off the Mississippi pine the
we-- ....big toiestablish-rump: cam bedrained., .; irrigatedand.'man lit the .tract.iwhich'. thevcompaay \ crates, for, the set new cold record' Tuesday inmany' WBitbr. etMMltloa at two dead sad two
r nstration> farm,to how tired 1* good farm lendVand .the'pop .wiU ,t&ke.over.'Kr., ' Ls'retatn.ing' strawberries.rreported that crates had cities and,the/fo asters predicted .wo..-..a4oaOf. -,th, ...Hartleooote -.1.

t Just .wbat.can., be. done ular,belief that muehFJqrleJa.land.: 1* timber, about lend,1,600'and acres''of pin. fnd been arranged for,through th..route. ;the low. ..temperatwre.would o o M ''>''', I .M II. >. > IM aa
200' or jrrove proper continue over. the eastern, half' of the :. .
.\oq"&II.d-un.hlne. :Thia 'worthless; b.aus.of the fact"tbat it agent,of the express company.' In or* ; ,
ring-..ttlw.'wU1. be ear- consisted.mo tlj\of;sandsltua: ; ,Sera ty.t Peoplewho know the property' der,ascertain the condition of the country for the next forty-elghthonn' .- !:#( fk.1ftJW.PLACIIS. .
consider it ,the'best' land
LL matically- and;the.raiU: f.ous: ones'; r . .. grating in what crop and t to bo able to estimate Temperature 'below, 'ergwere" registered .t.iltoilla.floiiiiiiiii.,((via>'! AnMter- %
;,trouble liesIn", the" aci th..tounty an&cot! to< be' surpassed win \ in West Virginia, "__tern 'London
.to use newspaperadver. 1 -The chief f ; the yield be 8. FT' Fansler .+,-. and ). Dec. 17.Cotwondl .- .
.that the farmers have not been going anfVbere'I.: the state i It-is a
. about;.the 'Work',tD',the: proper' meat muclc.aolL well'drained, ,. and underlaid' committee to-canvass.the count',';seethe northwest, while in the south'Atlantic *'' ftorocurh>aad Hartlopool, the Bare '
t ,,:1 ,n ner, says ,Mr Mau l.Q'rbe'beginning with. a,. subsoil of .the best 'variety. berryand, report at,the. next. .. and east Gulf *tates-except the Fort r/lfcor .Tephlott eayi: .
Numerous beautiful
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SCHOOLS : should",be a,, completeand'thorough. found are-. ,meeting. of,the association '. Ida, :peninsula-the'mercarynwent'be" : ,J ?A 1I\'oar naval forces, fac-4 'p
be. on''tbeiandand'there is'a
; IF TO chemical of roll, by; .. l w"the: sreeaint poInt.. TRMords. .-: tno dancer of the scattered .
janalysis( amount. .>->f,pine; and cypress 'DoneganOVersn'\Rooms, i li ? ,_. . .-' Ing: -
perta to ascertain the necessary treatment .timber.Other*advantages County Farm Demonstrator Evans (..... In. the ,North 'M&. shelled ;,

iTED$ SATURDAY required by lUvAn r', : its twelre "mlles.ot lsks-front:'a'11bfoot' are- ,brought an invitation. the erjraniraUoni /.tpittsburg,; 'a.-Cold ncosL.fey, *;Bnfb a.fortifled *places." *

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i inteUigent&E' rotation," -eanalrsnsing'; 'through .' cen : \ from. Senator- Doneitan offering be<:ember,IG were broi..i !." .. .: . .... ... . .:
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t -fV afcAj *** '*' tf >* aad cliv reiftcat1 'ed, Mr. terof ,tAe;,'plot.. grte.iah Later ion the association! the pee fi.room* nine the"lDwC\UT4at'.tbe.\ d> w ; 1 ., ". ,
+f K.Jf l..t "t -:T. MaulV-tv'what-t farmer erfcry; acre, and its tiearness' to transportaOonA II end ten in'thoXaticenr Bank twiMtoa leJZ'ta' ..'.. (Pav*iWBWM ., Wv .... were a*''as.. '
l day lection dy.rvoters' In, Se ]+ needand 'what he is endeavoring to .. Erery' kind''of field'>-crop fee permanent headquarters,')fro:Pon p'c rosted'a jffieialreeode,lneqburba :h wldl..flb. waded f* rsa .... '..
rdemoeraUa': establish through the working .or the can be grown on th.1and.;* The necessary I egaa to furnish' the necessary tables were reported' ten Atgrea be mamheea.Cth.-4tl.. TIle ..a_. ",
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sty are..urged to come to,* I plans'.devised'by .the: Atlantic ,CoastLine dipping'Tats are already:.tb..... I and tbalrs for the rooms and to placestate low. Scores 'of.homeless. perwM ap* of '.......'1* eleee .. taeown 4 I :
1 i and vote for thai* choice. eompany.-> :He believe'in' deep and countytnaps'thers'for'lbeconvnience : ..... ... ..tI,:;
; The .menforming this new catUe plied at ,police ,"ajtatioM'4- food end, That dee* act .h: ;
.joL.anperintendent, The the fallloUowed I of the This offer ill'::
; I' and full ploughing in eombln.rai.pedlcreed : grower Shelter wounded ..... w(1. '... &IIIeIIJ >;},
? place for:.Voter .In:this,* : by light. spring ploughing.,. with the stock: as well :as'- o.handle ,the native I was accepted and a vote of. thanks ";1 ;:..;. isttta aI lah ..... ,(
L;will "ba'''.to ribs, ;:casino,-* wise .,us*-of'good cover*crop* .to, return Florida'beef-cattle,'?; Three thousand I tendered Mr.. ..Doneffan./;: ,The association ,.:'v "': + .to.the soil :some part of the tub- head'' of'stock cmttle- will:be. p t'OD': I .will take charge'of,the roomsia ,, 'Memphis;" Temv .Eleven', ...at wrath ad. ':'"
f'the'four candidat.-nm...+ stance;;taken therefrom .''th1'01leh.erop the. ranchthe" flrstjyear' It: belnllantled << !a few: days, keeping them open:*t all above. aero waa recorded by the ..-. meat a* .the attack on .,
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tth .ofriee,areneoatfdent'4. making. ''The'' town in. this section to> stock'the'pl ce'(about .the times"scar member can come there and er ; loweat"........ .towns, Bagland wan ajtfr t d .
..,.::,l.crb.,1.,0, :)",E.,O he'believes-n .- "'l1poQ.th. contiguous flrtt Of March,'when the pastures are write: or rest or read.,;,Regular badness +e.}xjNrielii.dhais ..'............ never before ainmLaasflUiasW .'

Parker, J.-.W"' ,PrenY ,. fanapW.}.teu'lihs/' for'"'their -their' beat :.Bog.andhorses' ;; '.will. meetings of.. thobe..heldw1a asaoeMMMi. ,wfll .'> IVaU. iaV .
'A:4R.nJarreliv kc. lR&intenanatO 'and th.t'n ., ;', : : "' .
: ; bEraissd. also : faWnr..D .tact titter
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order to e"h.ttle. valna Cattle, Industry..GrowintforsairiR'bfthla'newcompany. ; Ipla ;
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WITHMATCHES ;; already important cattle i Industry; of *
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; '! At"the close' of the'busines sessioo.Dr. : December day In"Atiante'ame.when .,1* tr-i; { of. men tootarvservice -
PAl ULL'p. BURNED'of'Jlr paeeola'eo1Ultr;T'Ilorthern'and 'west- I .'J.:,F'. Thompson.-. Can., ten degree waa,'recorded. c' -; pare under '

is. ,ALQ'ED'i $.1,000 The littfe daugS ., ; ''and' 'Mr. "*. era ctedto'Capital; the has'had.itattentionrdi-county: this,year,by, the of addressed.cooperationoutlining the growers on aJ the .auatbl.plan'by ub Ject. : ".rjf Oely" T**_*.Abod*- at' ."...'ii* Jt :.-. i ,?(- .Steaming. .are at high speed way. the _._ r
'McLeanwaKbadly jed 'severalduly. man.raiders. barriavg nsishap *kxMldhave'reached .. .
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; : heavy shipment: of cattle sent to 'Armour i Birmingham.Ala.Loweat temper.aturessince . | .,
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Barr diamondhued' \ ago at their hot t the McLeanandc.rrol' -company and the publicity given : < .k J.; ,six through state-wide organization
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turpentine, err Boggy Constant .
th. industry inquiries arebeing .Birmingham toMay.-- The 1'IBOfIa-
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ilpoostolen from control .
: ereekx' .The child;;wa laying :with ;I their trip requiring about? elf .
mad.to' the lands to '
:rn avenue last"" Sat. matches when her cloth'andbefore t caught firei be had in the county and grazing prospects are Lions,'establish' yrice.tetc.. 'This, or1'ganization ..eter, .. 'registered,, ; ,6- ___...." ,j. ," ; \L .b. teen "opra,r Thirty hour out of ,pst .
mOOJl,1: while;she Iwas down .Mrs.'' Me i could extinguish that, nuntbeIolarge; ; cattle'con should be a corporate body! ., .'Below Zero t. ";j3 ., on ucb''' a venture in 'mine-laden ..- ';

pp found. trace of the thief the flames'the' flei .n?the little eerna,Will be.formed within-the -nextfeWjinonthAj .sald.DreTbompson'witbfertain; provision . .Chattanooga.: a lBM tM.. tar, 1* a feat few'English paper* belittle
teen though the sheriff one' arm was.ao badly. .rued that itphysician >The vast prairies the In the charter that would obI eter,registeredK six a es here ,"and lit,his heart every EntHfcmaa .
r'' j at work on the matter since ., viate'any: danger of its affairs being ., -hojpei'' jt.'will be"eaaajredsminaKj'lf
o'clock
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wassneeeesaryitoaalI': southern part' of,|hev county;;along; the ff ;, m
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dictated ., Individuals 'For '
Jt-notified 'the''I'Obbe".ndtOut -tbjr- : .
of ; .. jew necessary.again until:
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The bnras'whilews; nful.'W. Kissimmee rivor are I ' | '$ Mrofllv j M :
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notification to numerous Is : peeuliarlJ'&daPt-1. instance,'ther-.houlcl be provision .. _:: tH all-U paid once too .often. Jt is i
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not'deep abe t proving a.raCELEBRA1 .ed. to rattle'r.\ \\ I' :; '
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tlefwiths: ; :: description of the pidJr.a possible, ,,1 .,...... ....;......... .. sought:after by men 4rlensted in' :-for *',limited issuance ,of-:et et/tbtI r' : preagmad' Aat'behind them the ;0.-
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.p __ iparty.. A' "'" ?3*.o k t..lam .. :t.' ,....+.w+ It. !$:"" induiJtr1i.Tb; ,natural tl I Steels-to be sold only to people actually mari cruisers strewed mines so a deer + '
,' supposed that \4R\: youngrmsn, DANN' !: TWELF.rn' J : range. .",70PportanltT,:for. growiof engaged'in->fanning/. .thateachstockholder sIw of.;.tnwteNl"" 'swwwaenq.ged in thebrearlauwtaeoi
r been-workiag: about the Carr, I'.1USINESSr ': should bawe tn>( .tine'vote t .*"sweeptng"'thtnp ( 1
ANNIV.aA such,Held crops'as maybe. needed, : _
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' the.'rothl.M ... and that votinc'.houlil be don. by a , ,.
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sr a'week'committed :; } "II..-t"r ;- .
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dlaappeared,,wbUe-,In. 1Ind.,'waa' wel/th annlveM 1.-.1., , < ... ,. -- statewide system "'away Saturday and has.not, earl: of.c.W.... .n'I.e.n in buaU << . ." , ' ''f: to,eliminate;! proxy'votes.-.; 't", ..19iaclt'eonaeR' WjteMeJ+; ,:iri'room.'Joyer' ; .The.towns. attacked yeeteTday .hey '.'
He ..trap.e neeVin.lCissimi ,'- Dann. : ;; ", : 'f. Contretdarkets.. ;' ; ; Neumed their I normal .
Mr- having of
ated'sincere was a : ; much i ianee ...:
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LKWlLt-IE. a -wOlinery hMu
city;having come here from entered the J A.ld'December<< 17. : 4,T71a'erganlzatioa.when'itone. en"- .. .today,'. except'.In, thehome :
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i told rcbaeed'ts nab all the gMWera of the state, could l shop, cornr Broadw.y'd' DarUnartonavenuv ."
rk; tory 190,2! ; when he small storeoated.wher. ..' and b 'tIM hospitals.lileil.t
M sceordinghtotho stopped at J, the t Br adw. *-cafe now absolutely / r tM*eitaatioo he fot. . b' general' that ..
; REEATP'SATURUAY eliinTSsts.CS.rmiiW9e- tentwBere:the _
roe,askinjrfor. something to'I .. Two' . Iiat.rq'he.moved'biistock'tothe : i { y. taid.1\ '.n'would Awe. had the ableasitanoe: <*f Ge:1E: -
Able to"handle-anrmtehduUsf ita.rtoMsr jSiafrai and aatablish .
I work.They' g v. him. *m4nt its pow bcnpied by the menby being remarkable,, secrecy with .
'and. trusted him to?got about Dann'Depart. aent'ato :\'The business ;' -'In''addition,; to)the',regular;'bill1'''attheCasino (>rits IeI.f.>and:;the ?;{ndivWuafarmer 'reading been end rest room',. Theroom'have raid was executed .!"shown ...... the .
,. Wit' disappearance'' OR Sat- ha* through the would not have to,worry about partially.furniahedalready fact that net a single iocomiag veeel
let steadllyJr-'own year 'tonight,. the Progressiveclub '' fumiaaTfeemeontfortabiy
but;:in order }
and .. markets,') ecauae.:the organization'sbusiness t at coast port saw ale Ijler- .
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aboutthe.time1thedlamgndaf'missed; threVyaara ago'it necessary! ,will put Con,the Cakewalk, which :any ?
"lead'tohis'beingtisne: ; I .\ to' put p a-i new '..building-.Loop I proved such a'socces* at a benefit entertainment '-would be:to "ow.wheN",thai the -hoya."J.rranpd.pf ...... : : man, ships, prior to .their sbdde | np't'nntre.t'par.llei "
to have '
.. the markets nand dia)>ose ofthe' pateoud ---.pf : v
,';" . .Ul. "'t' \Th1a'th..rrstraeton. : given 1aat'"eeJc.'So.'ln&nJ' handle abee..t WlOl"T"'PIf.tIMat li:eater !
'II"fto.f:: : the bandso'baildings: ; :r.gaeata'kav.b.eamad..to.hav.' .-til* bye1pt'1y'svisitts

I I", dti'. . ... +; .,;rJ ,;. .. -.. ," I Cakewalk.repeated that, ,those partfbi: traasaortatiS eratr. B4aUina'aMca band tta tor.fMIdf..M.tkia pnrpoee.7: .:idditton''to to raise fuaedt tke ijLfoundJn the aeti.... ., Mm
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lERSfHJSTITUTESATjHilY t .gauntinits, before. '''. Own nsatenalay Paul %... terror of EnAHaa Olphping
': ) -t have'agreedtqsr fin fact do everything fa* tke'far, regular cnbOl a tpeeial musical '
ers who menaced Kngtish west
..LE6 ; TSM ': ;s. "s11tbG4 t7 in 'btaek* .,ace mre the people are;dtlstr sgrsm will ,..., ..... and eevoralvariety owas In 1778. a
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t Ww', en-at 10,90 .sues, )con ft 1II'b4i.-Y.'J-oD' iwayttoth. I ofantertahiinent .. an : .
acbool 1 ,trin be U by thiar. kM *.- pMcWjchatoaaltw aadtheir I members of.the department. '
[ a great'mafur aubjectsj of Import > om.1-of [voking antics that would Two'brothers giving tiktir aMaa* *>a
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la. rf holidays'The: : holiday* ':'t: .inUreeta aqdjtftat the faisasiswovra. I : TJnder the new fire ('chief
and Inter. to the Osce .M .
i coon :a.*t*.e comedian. .' Norman and Eddie Drtarem i tlMHr
h.v..b.. lake this 4e finally if RD. Fairmevn, the '' ia
.- .. .'. be IMI8i f todayaeji.the returning't- / company' doing
wer *n| f.. .IIWW.will' : ;;; u : : : I home a. Eoatia, Lake eetmtjr ,...
red . ''The celti Lh t Ul'l'ant..J. on- 'Jfte. 'tM liter.t :i armUg J4.|be ; excellent west and the city baa every. es
"the-program. neveral
SaturdayCoIumbia"esMgeL.ke while'and ; PrWraastro efub will Dr.Thompson's talksaardnum' right to be proud of it." ' I arrested days **je fIII! -
'on of citrus fruttc and,truck; 'die-. Waf. '' i ;i"t share,Ni' tbo proceeds. .of, tho ,evening. bar of the the J plaint of a negro living aereea the fetaje
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i and .inseeai thatmayattacki : : ." [ City * ' '-' " ' .. '.. t- IOD't.hat growers eatpjsaaad and CHRISTMAS NUMBER OF \ ; .. who said that they,had lAoten ,a N *. .
and method of preventing earn.' 'e ,Kl..immee'd.l.gation ;include: Dr. Thompson as right -
i him. Tatueda tfc -Y.
A'y 'SCHOOL, PAPER Yet from *
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WAKING RAVING OUT
-B care and .feedsng !of, eatlie,I "I Ines Carson.' Nellie 'Osikia sU . 1WJftl U was saggested thit the local I growers ,, pleaded guilty before! Countf, ,'
LOW B1ILT'IX
the principal subjects of .*- l--> W., A. Fanner, OttLANDO. might begin a.r mpelgti to try to The Chriaasna* number of the O.- Murphy and were each sdven ntene

"A number of the sxpsrteksd H B. A. Gay said Lee B, D. Wearing bat >Jet the eontraet Interest groped throufhoot, the statein /seol* high behest paper, "The Utolekean of sfaUy daya.
to the state department' of I' 1JseML.ea ,few 'an eiht-room: to" bo I such an oegantntlaTUESDAY ,* is bain* issued fjMKjtlM Valley The heya appeared t. be .intoste. c'el.d

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: Tarns* avail. themeslves'of'the'spoors the Sunday' Is'done on'Sat-- TheM0 words says the \

4 ,-iiIwl--jPLQS-i.<< tE:$$ E.IH ___J tunity.... ...._of having-:iu 'tb.sender their'"church.Tribune ants -' on u.rda1'.l'Arh sTj L.th.LTrlbv.n".hu..D911 paper, 11\'c..dlaJtcl? }, wen WOn.unced.by. order tOl'"u.. ..;'.., ..

and there I. no more harm In announc yet awakened to the fact that we hamany. v. e Peter 1Ctbe. I :
which re" t4
A. $APTLST:CONJ RRENCE t ing a sermon program In the. Bundar .. afternoon'', papers In the1-' country general attack s given: ,
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paper than there I. preaching It on t1Io d t of the'Auetrlane.'r,
-" ' " 1hdd'.Wry' ; undaywtBe. only Qlfflrftna* being, the t'j -.at:torgjs t that" da4<< < not jssue any salted .In battlefront f.i!
the
rl mIINr; a': Pensacolev .. Flv=Pastbrs. ten >*hA.pJr-, *_. tb, a .reeIb g jfreiwhile .Supdaji;'edition that, are numbered .The .aged king at'rIteci moment.t when :>\
.to. UM annual } &. / tnp preacher, ?refe' .par for*> till, mtingrtbs besto.front the standpoint at the supreme
fates Friday: after BsM Baa*lklnJBk' -i i'' ,' V r. in the balance ,.
ion/erence, 'who.ba4beeltb ln" : luf ado .* we h ve-no"fatth'l 1& the ffoMs! ot II ,f'....... '.,> "'1llt/,'" ddttett, .the country's. fat hung h* slowly: rod ;'
thrive Klsslmms* mlntTtr"toMast "' w.ito '"' Mounted on 'a charger
since rarfi/: UU'wok.; left which the rr d t was ,
T 1 .of,:Tuesday: Hills- homes Saturday, most of them by Mrs."''A.' P. forth did enee a v' 1 ', be Of few days and Cull or trouble.newspaol.ln : . ideaV( '"-' .1.e -*- -- H r-td.wl; -
$ th* "wet", away; on" th* .rlrmornhta' ;: membere.ibJ'; 'I \ < f" f : .
lUaecllQ ', They declared the .... >i iUM order te b a'aaeoess, the Tribun wants to know '
T,1 IJJOO. : on enrollment, must endeavor to' meet the'require. Finally, 1ft CENT "fvA SCARBTS"
".,, I i precincts were to b* most successful of : were read and rnsnta of all kinds of rcadsre end one why we object to the publication of DYER AND BOWELS f
lid; their' vot will not Friday's session,,was on .r ran planweald strictly on fee-the dismal Klsslromes failure.prsach- "Pastor R1I8....'." sermons if they: are FOR ;
l the result as count- much business was crowded a'plan proposition smacks e of intolerance The and no better than we think they are. Side Headaebe CosUptioiLusae. '

..larger; precincts,already, : iUd noting of time. ,. S union In 'which fanaticism* PastorhBiwll. onlyihn Well It our agitation for a "clean Care B I : ..., Soar Stos.sdj BssK')
'knock
ct Dr.J.',,E.: 'Trice,..urea of circles. Mrs. I {r o veiled by their blsrh-ooondlnc I. andaltruistic daily"" Is as nonsensical as the Tribune Breath Caady .
Tribune.., In summing up tb'orphanag. at(Arcadia, th* impor phrs-sas.- Tarnpa. Tribune evidently thinks, why: does it get liver, atOm-
'Ohs of the election, said, ,t' report showing this to be''a .s sending; all I down off its exalted tripod to waste No odds bow bad :your headaches
e : \ amaU precincts remaining ..v and, earing well for .... : ; : local church so COMMENTS OF THE KISSIMMEE words with usT ach or bowels miserable bow much your are from

orb.'>.h**rd f rom> at,'an aarly-'hour orphan which are kepi; till record. The MINISTERS. how you, biliousness b/A/
1 + ;I this nlaaingWdne.day; : ), BiUsbor.ftfugh and provided for by: marriage for the The above Items are placed before WORDS OF KING PETER constipation indigestion always get.
the readers that they may be fully: I SOLDIERS I and sluggish bowels you:
for HELPED
I: ( comity Is wtf"by: a majority: of business. to next conven They immediately -
to consider these remarks. with Cascarets.
1,68Tthe.1ement.tn favor of Dr.:I*. B, Warren next prepared relief the stomach .
1c" -a1oon..Y1ncpoUed a..vote of 8,997 building fund ef the hoJlM of Laichow Fu, We are declared insincere because Paris, France.-The inspiring' words cleanse and regulate food
fermenting
we object to the publication of the so- and of Peter of 't-Servia remove the sour, %
-aftd-th* prohibition ;/faction having, cated In Atlanta, making an talk on presence King the bile
t 'I.' 4d Zh.' ,The'' six small. precincts' appeal to strong churches benediction and called "Pastor Russell" sermons. II f are given as the chief cause of the and foul gases; take excess
off the eon.
the Tribune I. informed on the current achieved by the from the liver and carry {t
recently
'' erect home for weaker till successes
January
are axpected to' "dry: :
t! \/,'t.ma, oritl.s will not reduce eo the C. W. Duke aleo spoke briefly history: -"Pastor Russell," and in Servian army, says a dispatch from stipated waste matter and bowel A y
'' majority: in favor of license to subiect view of. the protests that.have gone Nish, Servia to the Matin.,, from the intestines will
to it from such "Soldiers! Heroes! Your old king 10-cent box from your druggist
J. reputable sources
p;fetal .>-Tb..t": ( majority: is Rescind Corner Action. dean _
: bewels
and ;
; t liver
I ; against the publication of these sermons has come to die with you for the fatherland keep your
>have been even greater than I The action dear for "
and head /
: stomach wet
it inform itself for Servia. Let drive out
representatives ought to ; we us l
''expected the leaders of that fac- Judson fund
by: work while rou/npep. y
They
months.
must that at the the : .
C. ...' say we are appalled enemy __
t1. 'Th four' precincts, composing off from Florida for another TRIBUNE
.1 /th' town of Plant City: went "dry": by: I account of the war, was lowness of its standard of newspaper ,- 44.Stanford's .
coin .. ,majority: ,.of 868, the .ote.for the Saturday: and the matter morals. We frankly concede the
of the This is
four precincts being 228 for-the eels with each church to decide the Minister power press. why we
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iF. of lIquor.and 686.iapin.t It. Under as the campaign has already November 30. are agitating this question, and he f-
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Stanford's
who assumes' the of I
>theTl .'th. stats'' law governing local option and Jacksonville started la the sense of responsibility I I '
Ii and of Kissim sending forth a potent sheet should
elections, precincts: voting "dry" will The report of aged
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purcl
; ministers awakened Novem recognize the responsibilty and showit
remain of the great
so. regardless general
of the
needs of
m be denied the of
a sacred The .. or support good
C 'result throughout the county. Plant some oratory. dally
in1' .City: thus will be "dry"*' and in this the this purpose has not been tt Issue a Sun- people. We refer the Tribune to the ,
t liquor adver Brooklyn DstenlYouneversawa
$ t ''local option people find .cause for rejoicing'as an effort was made to enlist of the; so-called Eagle.
The Tribune denies that these
'it is claimed that the dispute preacher in the benevolent are paid for sermons -
the denominations which and Is friendly are paid for as advertising.
between the liquor interests and .
,'t)1: citlsens'posed to the sale of liquor the widows somewhat, and also y;: the agita Well it may be that the Tribune" has cr: sueeessftil man
1 been "taken in sucker, but
w is In Plant City was primarily the causeof was laid.upon the duty of '\ :: our friends as a some
kp "" of our newspapers get fat prices for publishing -
th election.. the worthy and retired. .
?ai ? .. passed away during the Meth'V .. .., ...conven-.. and the propaganda. Ask Slder- Jy in unsuccessful

report was read and spoken to secure sky.The eoi
i : ':FIRE DESTROYSHOME Rev. T. F. Hendon, pastor at .. with the Tribune says we have not yet #
awakened to the fact that the work
wb anna, and speeches were the state and ,
e : number of others. as for we ran the pub-with suit of Clothes. (

}} AND ROUTS SLEEPERS From Mayor Greenhut.A .. brine Into _
letter was read from point to with SEED POTATOES
y newspaper I
b b missioners, signed by A. I promotion of
i .t 1Fire destroyed the home of, S. T. mayor, as.follows: the upbuilding Orown on the rugged hills of Steu-
e. ,Darber at Boggy Creek early Tuesday "On behalf of the city of Pen .. hen level.County, about 1600 feet above sea r

4 morning the family awakening about I wish to express our pleasure .-A DAI1.1 FREE FROM DISEASE.
1, r S v ,;E. L. m., to find the house in flames ing had you with us on the : Strong.. HardY Prolific varieties.. Give S
rc land barely having time to escape with of your sixtieth annual : of Kla.lm- them a trial. Send for Catalogue. ,t i a
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a c, a;scanty supply of'wearing apparel trust that your conference needs. a' Box"WALKER, F. Avoes.SEED Stems POTATO C..atr.FARM N. Y.
c, J before the roof fell in. Th. house an entire success, and, that .. newspaper
as to
,. 1l k, V and.its furnishings were totally destroyed has resulted for the doctrine 'the ministers what
: : 4 r along with the clothing of the vocate. I hope your stay with Issue. .a Sunday '
''family.: Estimated loss is more than been a pleasant one, and that Insert not liquor print THROW OUT THE LINEGive
Tel $1,600 with no Insurance. return to your homes with I and that It
c in 4; .1; remembrances of your visit cause of pro- _
;. 4cirR city/ had not Them Help and Many Kiaalmmee
.. sksv 7 j\cendlary r, : origin. Resolutions of thanks to the about!! Pas People Will Be Happier.
l* X' .,:-Mr., Barber and his family are stopping and city were passed heartily, I we -might but /give that Throw: out the Life Line"-
,II with a neighbor for the present.Vile clerk was instructe will begin at once to have hisvhome . Thanks for Baptists. ; : : ;: : ;. 'get.. t "n.ro '' Weak kidneys need help.They're .
we often overworked
; W. B. offered they
; rebuilt.SERVIANS /- Parshley a
: pastor la the
lution of thanks to the .declare he don't get the poison filtered out of the
i,: RAVE REPULSED Pensacola. and their friends .. "" and blood.
4' u ytt STRONG AUSTRIAN FORCE entertainment of the convention t : ; their' they publica so t Will you' help them?
This Store
i p was passed by a rising vote. Doan s Kidney Pills have brought Big Is Headquarters for
15t Paris, Franc*.-Th* Nish eorre.pondent President BUtch . are ml.- benefit to thousands of kidney sufferers. -
surprised
y .. the Pastor t
of
the Havas
yi agency reports
at the close of the discussion for
dw as ad
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:.that the Servians have repulsed anAustrian la Kissimmee testimony proves their
.. ministers by remarking: "Why ceno:0"7h';
fore at Kosmal, thirty miles I worth. Christmas
but I feel !
",south. of,Belgrade. not seventy look fifty. young Is a the general Trlb- Mrs. J. E. Mullennix, 116 Park St., ShoppingNo >

t .. ., ./"Heavy fighting continues with The closing was affecting :: : : f :;: nothing Im Kissimmee, says: "I was in bad shape
large Austrian forces at Kosmal south tt .- In them. with kidney trouble. I had a dull,
p.el body stood and God Be
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who be-
sang P
of Belgrade and north of Milanovats a. Methodist grinding pain in the center of my back
w a sea says the dispatch. "Attacks by theAustrians Till.We A. Meet Carson Again.C. is the. retiring : : : :read .. that kept me from enjoying a moment's matter what you.want ia tat way of a Chrotmat Gift yonHfiav tdit

; / ;/ on Kosmal December' 9 werepul.ed dent of the convention, after and comfort. I used Doan's Kid- here at A PRICE that YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY. Every 1
w tr..t with heavy losses. The Austrians have also ney Pills and put them in a normal
tb.' .retreated. leaving 2,600 bodies." in that capacity for five years. .fact that the condition." department is supplied with sew, frets" food sad ws iarite yea tscosst ,
4 r b.t w ' \;- J. Holt, pastor of the Kissimmee .. objection is done on la Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't and .... .-"
'Borowlng' money: from friends has tist church, was elected they ought simply-ask for a kidney remedy-get
the caused a number' men of splendid at.this session. of the Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
F tMH 'i; :mentality: to''absolutely lose., their. The' Woman' Meeting. : \ :i.r.I no of valid their Mrs. Mnllennix: had. FosterMilburnCo. Holiday Ties

. .memory. Down ,the hill a little! ,-at. the > .,, ministers of ., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. <'. .
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l e Coats imad select your sow for M

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if rrglaediTbnBkati;scions etbroughidhbKlrport.rshipp I iq: 'Londom EnglandfA.;:';.dispatch to Seattle Star,.SestUeiWaa1; :.:.Jail ; :;'n 1418:4': : ,1.5&0
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' tl ni t .1jDli! eutlsLwsea4trtkn l' bit ..- givesrtls.j'nb of<<,tlie speech,from the ,Nvaas'; fee Pr ea;;'Evsnn ll.' Yndyf..KCI: : Id.180>>qt cnuta3791' 1 ac...n, cr.U...'. i iI
{ acearsaaeareport.dor tlenelds'ai>d- Uioltl se!puTchaeed.iii' opening-, of nth jTuriOihr, parliament Deuvep' KStpnu. Denver;'Cglo--ir---' W au .&&
M tOfs _.{ ul' .*/rtM. } n'change this rMttien, *UJ,tiM..handled through Monday''N.The; 'snltan announced.that Houston Press.I10UIlt D' 'Tenm-U_.._ 280 284 291 255 I U-r" Ji:
.. or' no been reI this port.. -Large shipments also will h. was forced to declare;warwhen the Sioux;dty Dally News Sioup'CityIa.. 140 401 160 886 1tUB611 : P.nfldd8k"stuccob? .
on.th eastern battlefront, Dallar Dispatch, Dallas?Texas .._.. 21S 189 191 211 .
; | t from Kentuckyv/r The name of Russian .tleM"attadted" the, b'Russist'Joid er1sanyegntinue the' vessels-W1 which7'Uib) shipments fleet,'im) the; Black: ; ..... and England 1 Terra Haute-Post.:T.m'Haute'. IncL .. 29 142 82 142 :the.tDd.u.pyd.Aran.4gyd..: west 0 : urt.bo.M .,' I
1>t.' a ,seemlagly. ,endless, httie. will be .made Would Pot .be ,divulged and France began actual hostilities by Sacramento. Star.Sacramentof i Ca)J..iwti'r ''r.SZrs.847; ", .. A.oll si,24A! : 1.adiartsutbeust' J
mtro|, of, western; ,Poland : byjocal agtnU.: to the Turkish fron -- -
sending troops : ; .r
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r teat of Lieutenant r" ,,1.VT1.T.: ;: .t -- -. vr.ni 4IIS2sw. ov,. s i ; ,i>t. MALL >
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: in diving\ttnder-flve: rows of tiers.The '- ''' '' -
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> in the :CtMaaalle*, A4 nexe.sity"wee. forced upon us .. SUMMARY' .. .
AtftrWftiTfrkiah TROOPS to resist with armed force the policy OF* .TBS.. VOT&. ;.s .'.1. : ., 'O'4.Iuu 1: >>, :11 iaasc 1' ' ,
; battleship; is describ- ENJOY Vote for'bigger United States .. _ . "
destruction which at all time has army ------- ... ., Z7.'f81 '
i asperhaps' the boldest ma- : Vote against bigger United ____ JIl.I: < J 48l;
zploit of the war. ,The. sabma- been pursued against the Islamite States &1'1II7 __i-l.____ ;. 28 mwiS O BRYA ;
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b presumably: was not damaged world by England has Russia the and character France, otal ,.________...____..:._____. .______.____-_.__, ,to11. YC > ,' .' . ,
which assumed
tseaped-gunfire and the pursuit and w lTT o tiEt'l"'L4"' .. t;
tor edo boats in a manner trulyBtble MUCH COMFORT of religious persecution" the sultan Vote for bigger United States navy _.-......_,._..___., .80,218 t, J.I.. ....."';:i... ., . ,

and it was necessary for deck l. Vote against bigger United: States navy --------------t-! 42,21.4 'WI (!'!t1d" ''Vj M'" ....,:: .
> endure the ordeal ender water for nine hoursjtretch. Headquarter' German Army in (sacred Moslem law) I called all Moslems Total .____.___.._..__.____------_-.--.-------__--_-_-_-__---,-,-"-.-_- L'7J1.-.floe--- .4a BPfO11Kt.SZINO! iNADSTRACt' -
France Dec 11.-A correspondent in to a holy war against these powers An emphatic protest against mili 1a rt---.
i loss of life is not estimated in the field of operations has been the and those who help them. I am tarism is found in ... . ..
"straw .. .
a vote" just ... ... .
teen OM Sam OtkeY nssMslM. WMt c..; f" "UUl ""
Britiralty. of convinced that land ,
ef ,announcement by the guest General von Heeringen, for ovr forces on and taken by a of American ND
group ....
I- but if. the Messudieh merly war minister and now commanding sea will add fresh victories to those These news The wont e*MS.BO matter of how lasg.la.dia -,' . '!. "

ned as other Turkish ships the Seventjs army; Generalvon gained by. the glorious armies o( Germany ballots papers. on- which newspapers the readers published were to .n.....**card*.. AMiMptto br the wowlnful.H_.C 00.oN'nlUbl MU-p* ..",.>..(JrrL: : }W, RK
.been there were a number ofIan .Zwehl, who 'captured Maubeuge and Austria-Hungary against ria aad Unto.&* *UM UM. Zic "
officers board. and General the .. vote for or against a greater navJ'and l '''')f1j ::;, ':;1). '1.t. , !:: 'bt,.
on von Emmich conqueror common enemy."I a greater army.. The majoritieson > ; .
a pf Liege and Namur.
can state with much satisfaction both question --
heavily
Several hours were spent in the swung - IF' !t'w. >
that our relations with the LIME.
powers against the militarist idea of
"- trenches in a picturesque old town adding FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS
which have not in thegeneral
L "WAR'S "ATROCITIES where German riflemen and French participated. to the strength of either the army or e sera ..* ItaM very slas->......'W.w.e' lee'w.. eeee'eMeteis''iirt ..f.weer "
k. ARK NOT.iN THE:ARMY\' 4Gitterdamm'H legionaries war are sincerely friendly the navy. The table published above _... Omr .... to ace _mmt_ ..* waLL MOT _...A.. WM AJSTMOITI
play grim practical jokes and especially with our neighbor Bul- shows how the vote wen in each city. -.... .. tmAsrrtcmltvral .-... .-tllT" __ f rtllto. VV. _.tmt._ .... ... 4
; ;: ;; ; : : of war upon each-other from positions garia." f- ...7.-... yea.stleaaa./i..+...... -....a'....
d:4Tlie;; : po.' a scant 200 yards apart Men, horses This referendum, which was, conducted -... De ft ....F. '. ..
raided a building which the.t.peetecI f supplies and hospitals housed ini by a:.group of newspapers in BLOWERS LIMB AND PHOSPHATE'COMPANT ..... ;
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was being used by wen 0 i ijo hillside caverns formerly stone quar- ROUMANIA IS BUYING as many different cities was the largest ( ,; j
;were jem>ortin* "j cocoa to,* ries, absolutely protected from even MUNITIONS OF WAR and most thoroughly national DIDPI' -a' oca.L; ..IUD& .b t\1'-\.1
srmeny.They; >: discovered not 4quanttl.srof the most powerful shell fire. straw vote" ever taken.

cocoa ,ready The morning was passed in an artillery Chicago Ill.-Roumania has enter- The propositions as placed before ...... .. .. .... . .. . .. . . . ..1.... .. )... .. >.**.*
r. shipment, but"many barrels ed the American field for purchase of their readers ... . ''.- -
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which observation' stand opposite by twenty newspaperswas .. -!.; :.;; ';:,rl. I
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sand uwduat with
Rheims, where a powerful telescope, war supplies according: to information embodied in the following
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thrifty exporters were plen- through which the fire of the artilleryis reaching Chicago merchants. It : SEE Bt.f 'J
u.1I,, ,.' .adulterating the cocoa, directed, brought the observed has sent a commission here to place ... .. :'.; ':; ,
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0 I orders for Shall we have a bigger ,
I within a hundred yards of the city arms, ammunition, cotton army
> I and the cathedral and enabled him to and sanitary supplies to cost $10,000000. ,- Shall we have a bigger navy? POTATOES POTATOP5erg ;:
3IA REJEcTs PLEA1' see that the cathedral and its towers The commissioners plan to reach Most of the newspapers conducting -

"\y OF POPE FOR TRUCE] were standing fairly Intact although here this week. this referendum printed the ballot but ." : i<**>* tI: ;"' .'f
blackened by fire.Soldiers once. Some of them printed it twice; Van'efy and Quality Guaranteed r' ,\''\ rM '
lritn. Ger. (via Wireless to Say- Live in Comfort. COLDS ARE OFTEN MOST SE a few several time In. rare cases Ml l i M WM- B* M.- j .T*,..** '

1. I.)-The pope's proposal foil Inspection was made of a labyrinthof RIOUS-STOP POSSIBLECOMPLICATIONS. was there an effort made to get outa Red) Bliss Triumph Spalding j Rose. Jot,4, Ish,4Cobbl! ,; erf'" l'
bristmas truce of the warring
field fortifications approaches along big vote. It was a straw voteabig
t lies of Europe has been declined esJa by, the Aisne at its nearest point to Paris, I one, of course-rather than a general .I We are handling' tome of the very finest: Seed Potatoes that, Maine'. + f S
iat a statement I issued here referendum. But under the circumstances produces: 4vla: -+> >
- -- M where the lines are normally two or The disregard of a Cold has often ? \ ,
two hundred yards apart The soldiers brought many a regret.: The fact of the plan was a great suc Ever!; car win be csrefbllyinsplctedby., a Qov.rrnjn.nt-Pathol. ..t'r r 4 mi"
. f CAbE PLANS 'rA J.. even in the foremost trenches, SneexiDg; Coughing, or a Fever should cess. In nearly every city, the duty and each.pag will carry a Government Inspectortag, certifying thVie\
; ;; : were living in comparative comfort. be warning enough that your system was imposed on the voter of clipping same'is put up'especially for seed free from scab' and other" fungus
ome, Jtaly.-Failure of the effort!!l They are well suppliedwith blankets, needs immediate attention. Certainly it and mailing it to the editor. diseases. Our grower" soak all'hEs, ;seed *stock'in formaldehyde-for,'
ope Benedict) to.brjfag. about, ",.I f I food water_ and clothing and are ingoof I Loss of Sleep is most serious. It The early returns from all the cities two hours before planting' and when'the.potatoes'EOmalnp' ;I spraying-' !<
.between the warring nations ; ; ;;{ spirits. Desultory infantry fire it a warning given by Nature. It is a where newspapers printed the ballot is done with great regularity throughout .the 5entire growlnc;seas p g the Christmas holidays wa4ally I I always is in progress here and occasionally man's' duty to himself to assist by I seemed to indicate an even divisionof We are in the Seed Business, and when.wessy: fSeed JPotatoes,
announced from the vaticanj the rattle of machine guns doing his part. Dr King's New Discovery opinion. Then gradually the "no" we do not mean m l lot of cheap commission house"Junk,: of, which'
a" tated that one of the powers' ]I I breaks out. The artillery on both sides is based on a scientific analysis 'column grew l larger and larger. there are thousands of bushels sold as seed. s<> j-y "" .**' s.

p>sed.the plan. I! has thrown tons of iron daily, but i of Colds: 50c at your Druggist. Altogether there were 144,449. ballots o. If-you want some' Ci the- very-best Seed :otatoelJ obtalnab .
e 1' has been no great fights of late here. Buy a bottle today. cast. 1
M write us, stating: what quantity and variety are ,wanted'and;We ;wjIa. ;
... rla GOING ATAlLNST: Of all the impressions of the trip __ I be. pleased. ) to,,name our lowest delivered. price. for: them.4nv., '
.. . .. WA" one of the most striking Is that left ' -\r > 1 JC y. ., T.;

Penhap'D- .DelUllarkB.rltn 'ad by the countless stacks of grain n 11M M 11'n" 111' i 111111111 j m. "11111111ii 111" .. ". >. ,in. .. i..ii.. it'.' i .. i' KILGORE SEm' COMP' N.Y" 4'
i *:say, that ''Strong dissension stretching for miles in every direction 1 1' ..
this of j .-.1); ) r' r. N
ne the German socialists are be- throughout great granary PLANT CITT FiORtoAi:? ,-; '
northern France. More than 100 Ger- . .... ,.. .
'f.mCanles a -9..J! '" ". ..... -'-- -
: man threshing machines are workingin

a o socialists .of. Stuttgart. are un- the region occupied by the army. I. ", ,. ,\ .'v, ... . ,\ ", '.. ,!..'. ... II II. .. .. '
usly Int.vor.of. Herr Lieb- The army not only is living on supplies Must Little Homeless --------.I.__ .___ _ __ .. .. _-
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eht's vote. against the. milliardcresiitri of flour and meat derived from .: ,
five this section of the country but actually mBtt&t B Bti tfmHHt0BBn m *.. ?)o, '
: t mHH tB m H Bft&H .
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1 is "'lIdiD&'J.wheatandftouz, : back to r r -'J ,f, I.' I : ,

M*ARINES RAID. J>OVER;' Germany, Children Suffer," ':_ntltti; <:l r I"1 '! J''t :.; '=13:8' ].,,, '. f. I'I"I )111 't. ;': > '&. :f' J
ONE REPORTED SUNK The German soldier!at theront is t": .. I : f .
"j : 31,4 '....._ : : !ISM;. : 1 it}'q : nt", ) f " ,. ; ., .. a e'8d. "'

.don! ELIgland-German'eghnrs-{ wiling-and well-fed.after the The dash lean on greyhounds Paris- ." 41' ,'" v....a. _.;,. ivr ...,...,....."........P.., _" 4.J '
raided Dover harbor'lnan at- seen ,}; .t'J.t. ,(;; ., 11" .
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into :
out portly 4
t:to'sink British warships there are again rounding y.I; .. .
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were'tr.pulsed according to the Germans. In Florida ? "a" ItC""I'"sJ': ''\ t-1:; ,! (,- tr f .
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lng Post No Longer Sing. ,.. ; .t"# .htllf

.i dispatch'states that at least one The normal soldier at the front does .'. ..' .' r- fir' .ru T7ti) rrP}. 1.Jtfj: .rip;. t4 J1 77 J ; .
aV wibmarinesv( >was sunk by the not sing as much as formerly partly ':; k
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from Dover forts and that the perhaps because he haf sung himself VC": : 'i'HA.'i' ': WJE'. ": '''>.1'1.'... "'' ru .
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s after .two attasks were out and partly because singing in the ; I'll; 'iP.
li-s driven' off by the destroyer i immediate vicinity of the enemy is apt ... va)lad *j.tyij1i; )-1* It PltlJ.. .
to draw fire, bat he is neither dis- We Do Not Believe '

I couraged nor exhausted. There is no ,
nt
LETS IN LEG;; indication whatever that his nerves ; :-
,.t, BACK.ON FIRING LINE are breaking under the strain. that the good people of Florida realize that there are right 1- . .Be.teen

I tx ri ft France.--A territorial soldierBarjt I Health conditions are remarkably now in our state udredf. of little'children in real a..dr ,

lease bullets,,who :received in his left forty-one leg on been good much the surgeons typhoid state.but this There now has is some absolutely) kesaele**-that. just :cat be cared for. rn n\\: ..".-. ..Jt"' .Q nQ. J\ :

art W 26..,front.-has recovered and return well of in the hand anti-typhoid, owing to the serum., vigoroususe The :(I ll "" 'y < \, ' .. . .. Pas Of.si'PPJ'-IIOW! I've. done'saved and seal agw4dtae.1.ti. ......wuarr.w, ;.,j...........

.bond. was touched by the bullets.Uo0oo6 three medical villages'departmentjis.4n the immediate cleaning vicinity out- 1 .,..rear*, that m(betMe.a.,1!d'Ui.I.' : : ,tij '
We Feel Surethat . .' tisit f toq (
ti
: WORTH of:headquarters.which were foundto ;t:, o ,. t.
..:'1 '(' '''.OF'.ARMY KNAPSACKS be typhoid centers. The surgeonsare / ,A NV/.a 'man'tivhen" old'a e d '

'. '"--. isolating or vaccinating the inhabitants they do not know that there are hundreds of worthy .1. L11 ( 'I 0.3 dV' 1afi1 filet
ft Lonig .Jfo- ickdhi f )00wfcith of,suspected..uta..... sibs and' qua'irowar"what
[ SfarBy triia'pu been.liars' < The'Germans evidently are prepar- smothers in Florida who are. just strafffaf to keep their on,. recounts ''

!by the British govera- ing for an extended occupation... The |ittle ones afive, and'.t home. 1. .. ... 'Wt'"; 'i''' } b.. I.i4v.. .;:u:. I

1.tir.; .r French peasants, under the supervision W ., PI1 bf' : },/. '

nn18* PL4CES ORDER compulsion and to a of certain the' :Germans extent: the, have mild he might h'Jif aye oeenra1;, '!il"'t l | ItMoc, ,- dh

Yee''.V. OR.GRAIN VLt .,IN CHICAGO planted winter .crops, and are workIng air ',ilan) rrrr ++wl4d s,irJiut,01'tJSt! 1inf a1. P6n4. rtt" ltr,

igoa''),ft I:.. Cre.ce has turned) iofev 'in the fields.' 'Important'bridges We Just Cannot"Believe V' ''yo +)..:'" "_.j ?Y a7r ..wr' M fir Y J...,b tUI ; t t1r'
A itei wheat"suply' and Is destroyed are' everywhere" being per r . IfJ; h 1 j
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manently rebuilt;*witb steel from GerimBT
t1f -.n> ? aj' < 'It a .,: ll/J At5 6I.1Y'V luIt'f54r' ..kF.
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, tine, orphanage Florida .
every
r 1 ay'f/' t. "I" I ..... rears t. biMi. .......> uWP .ea.el i.lkiie f l hs ;

I ..A'4:; rican: consol t d00 1..1 0N0040004 '' '. ,,'I"J ;" crowded to the doors, that the people, ,Florid/will let-our > .Pt'deprhryiw'.fliierfirtrxarl4r'aki} '''''''''++''f&Mltss >>'._ /, j

/ :2tfseee t| nap Whom -neg >- $- -" -. .. .. great work, which ,has eared for 850 of dies little ones, ......g.....1.1" .,. rsrtil.} re r>aArin< rtit 'yefat tfce _.1..4i: ? '

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': The, Kissimmee Gazette ,All ,the local merchant: hara a spLnta display of' .lllltiJ.
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I A Letter Hot Off Jh'e)Bat I 1 presents. ) . ,. I,
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PTION RATKB One o one ar eied Ebensburg, Pa.1 December 8, 1914. ofEaiap'
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aa* oopr, six Months.............*!M One copy. thr.. month*_ ...... .r* Editor Kisslmmee Valley Gazette !lie Unite<

t A .. Kissimrnee, Florid. "
I.. .. except from our authorised correspondent ....t b. Dear' SlrJ-A clipping ham been sent to'me by a friend in Florida, '
.. A1Ia.IUoa. >dit d to all let C. B. Johns B 'VIet.. H....>
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1 .' .. indNow: aTone? --; v---- -- th. France will suddenly arouse beraeSIe\( . t
: it baa always been considered cowardly and on ? No! Nol I ;

' sell with business motives In business listen! Treves. Main, Cologne, you
my your or your plans or capture-- -A-
; .',. : (FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1'14'J neither do I a.elc to injure your business in any way. .1 do not even France cry: "The clock strike my hour! Germany; Hear mel! I thine f i'|i

417 'J ;': I have the honor (dishonor would be more appropriate it would seem) ) No. I thy sister) I have taken all from thee. I return all to '
of your acquaintance. Notwithstanding this, you take it upon yourself enemy aap That longer be a divided people; that' we h ,
to abuse me and my business.The thee upon one conditioD: we no
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I .Spend, That Christmas Dollar Now business men of Florida are best qualified to judge of what shall be ODe united family, one republic. I will demolish my fortresses. thou )i1, ''iithine
mine and
they need and they have signified their desire to be represented in the thine-my vendetta i. brotherhood. No more frontier. The Rhine.

\ manner I have suggested in the prospectus you mention. The daily We shall be the same republic. We shall be the United State' of'I,:'It! t
and weekly newspapers have in some cases spoken against the plan I shall be the liberty 'of ;.'@
)ft i ;' i: .u'.aqod times ever return?" inquired a pessimist in speculating on admit, but it is only natural that they would oppose "something which Europe, we shall be the continental federation,rendered we each reciprocated

lot. Christmas expenditures.Of seemed to drain money away from them. In reality it would benefit Europe. And now let u, clasp hands, for we! have a
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: tours they will! Why not? them and some wide-awake editors can see it and have encouraged me. service. Thou hast freed me from my emperor._ I will,free then from thin.l tt
As for California having abandoned these cars, it is not so. Theyare -_ n u___' .
i Here: the why of the will: at present passing from 500 to 1,000 people a day through them WAGES. the farmer should rise up and demand
) and one enterprise alone is distributing more books and other literature LOW laws of protection, but the brave k
I. There
is just much in the 'as there was.
1r as money country now ever through them than the entire expense of the train I propose amounts to, "sportsman" himself should see to It

ji I ,.,,.2., The farmers have just harvested one of the biggest crops in history or rather the guarantee asked for. Testifying before the factory commission thata that the "sport" doesn't get so "epos- '
Dr. H. B. Woolston
and are selling at good prices. There are today more exhibition trains and demonstration trains than says week to ty.u-Orange County Citizen. aq
needs !J
worker
I ever before in the history of the country, and if you question this woman $9 a
,I 3. Federal reserve banks have been opened and millions of dollars of statement I will be willing to place'a wager to back up my statement. live upon; out of 104,000 unorganized BE REASONABLE MAN,

new 'money will be placed at the disposal of the banks of the country. This form of publicity has not "played out" except in the imaginationof laborers investigated, chiefly women WE ARE QUITE YOUNGThe
one-third
less than R getless
half $ ,
i'\ 40't.. C The banks in will have plenty of loan big some selfish newspaper men who would like to grab every dollar to than(ret less than $.r>
turn money to to manufacturing in This $7 one-eiphth for
be used publicity. does not Include all newspaper men by any Kissimmee Gazette sometime
and other industries for operating capital. means. Many editors are more broad-minded and look to the larger a week. has been running a series of
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low
business later on rather than the few dollars that can be grabbed at But most people pet wages. but, from then e.
5. These concerns in turn will start the wheels of commerce to revolving bureau of education bulletin ((1914)) hshI'.tu"s.
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the immediate time. editor of that l
attached 1 I the live, apex
t And millions of unemployed men and women will return to work. Printers' ink is good stuff and most important of any one form of gives the average pay of hiph-0chool don't seem to have fathered mfcy of
in small cities at $745 ayear
; &: Foreign governments are placing heavy orders for all kinds of sup- advertising, brit possibly 50% of the people don't read the papers to any teachers Rural teachers in this state pet the Imlues. Palm Beach TropicatVSun.
great extent and others there are who cannot read and there are
plies'needed in their many
prosecuting war. about $400, little as flSO; TR.tTEMARKnN
some as WILL USE'
iti still others who have to be "shown. They will believe when they
I4. t tt 7. Other orders for American-made goods are pouring in from all parts witness a demonstration.You pay is lower in many states. Clerpy- HIS TOMATOES
In WOK
"men in 1910 averaged $63.
i of the world. say "it is time that we get down to brass tacks." Please clergymen in New Yoi k 1'erriiuHa.Thomas J. Peters will
twenty-one "
remember that I interested in Florida real estate, and can
I 8. The Iin.nci.lsituatlOn has clarified banks are opening up their vaults, be counted am of "we.heavily" Episcopalian missions drew from $410to hhip nil of his tomatoes under his own
as part $1OHO. The New York East M. K: trade mark :Mr. Peters is now putting ,.
g And great manufacturing industries are preparing to open again on an extensive I do not own a dollar in any advertising outfit, but firmly! believe conference asks ministers with families in ':'HO/ acres. of tomatoes in this )

scale many of them even mow calling in employees who were laid off many the state of Florida can be much benefitted by such a train properly in and near New York who pet section
weeks operated. Yours very truly than to those who \
ago. more $1,000 help
C. B. .
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; r Yes, you can dig down and spend that Christmas money without any fear der pet less.high "protection"Northern loom-spinners earned in 1906 un :))1
Mr. C. D. is
that
of where the next dollar is coming from. After reading this letter you can readily see Johns
less than 11 cents an hour. Wape-- 1
t : { It is on the way-and hilling the high places. somewhat hcH-up. Yes. sr, he makes a noise as if he was going to kill of male farm laborers without board r \',

bear, and he wades right in and writes a letter to ye editor that puts him are below the Woolston minimum. 'it

+l hors de combat. : Peter Roberts finds Pennsylvania coal

,ke Mr. Johns shows that he has a' live-wire pocket-bor.k nerve and miners averaging less than $4,0.() a .
j Proper Length of a KissThe I year, but many foreipn-born .evemoney. ',-
whenever something is said detrimental to his enterprise you hit this nerve a .

FR wallop that sets Johns to Howling. Unskilled labor pets the lowest !pay

extent and character of a lawful kiss has been a subject of judicial Johns says he considers it cowardly and contemptible on the part of f and cation.this President without much Hjbben regard of Prince to rdii I 1 ,

consideration in Milwaukee.An any person to attack another without cause. Perhaps so, but in this! ton, in 1912, said the average college

Yc engaged couple seated on a couch before a window in full view ofpanenby instance we have cause. We don't believe that the enterprise Mr. Johns IS graduate was worth $1(; a week III the
promoting offers advertisers of Florida as much for their money as they can market. The greenhorn shop or far
into
were swept an osculation of such intensity that a neighbor tory girl may not be worth much
secure from other sources.
l complained.You .
y ; more if she hoon marries and her
Too long have the people of this state been humbugged Ly all kinds of ;
is taken by another Ix'pmnt'r
know place I
there kinds of
are neighbors in this varied
many world and
fakers who and mighty short results and the affect
were long on promises on this constant change must average
this one apparently of the kind which is bound feel The dignity; and rare beauty of
was to grouchy if others simple
state has never received twenty-five cents worth of traceable benefits from earninps. But the girl who stay' work l to whetheryou "
I our wlll.pp..al
are happy. you
any of them. The way our boards of trade and other advertisers have"fallen" long enough to become efTi..l'ntshould contemplate the purchase of a \

r ++ Taking notice of what evidently was none of his business, he held stop for schemes that were exploded in the north and west years ago Unreasonable, of course shop, be fines well and paid.charges I memorial for tome departed loved one w.1
watch on the blissful pair and took oath before the judge that the kiss lasted or are interested in the purchase of a ";
sZ.
is really laughable were it not so tragic.Mr. are indecent and should he 8topp..cI'l
%:* minutes.Being public monument. h
twenty Johns says that the business men of this state are best qualified The problem of raising the I '
themselves unconscious of time's flight the lovers what need. with the wage to a living' level is more (diffi ,, Artistic Memorials i
Z.. t I happy weren't.able to judge they Again, we must disagree well-meaning cult. But the chief problem at present : .
to swear that their neighbor was mistaken. They admitted the kiss, in Johns. The majority of business men don't know-and because they don't is not that of the person who pets low

act. were proud of it, and based their defense on the contention that engaged know-such men as' Thomas of automobile fame, can come and take their wages, but of the person who pets no I Marble and Granite ,4

1 'r v vt couples, within the shelter. of the maternal home, have a right to kiss as often money away from them. It is their ignorance of what constitutes efficient wages at all.-New York World. Tbinye.n; of experience; fit* u.to utiafaCto rQf' l

and ai soulfully. they please. advertising that lets all kinds of fake advertising plans flourish. This lack A NEWSPAPER MADE-TO-ORDER jl jlo serve you. Hundred of patroni will tcntfj \0tbe ./
merit of work.
t '' .k This sounds like pretty good law at least like what the law if it were of knowledge is Mr. Johns' best trading asset, Any smooth shark can come our
1. good be. Florida We note that the pastors. in Kis- Writ for price nod tint.rtlculer.-.h M ft*
ought to to with any kind of a fake advertising scheme, from a silly electricallylighted
simmee are agitating for the establishing idea of your requirement. and we well Mlbtvtt
i But alas, the judge must have been a crusty old fellow. He ruled that sign which is never kept lighted to a wall calendar or hotel register, in Florida of what they call! ketch for Approval. Booklet of d slas; fro*.

the neighbors protest was well taken; that being engaged gave the defendantsno 1 and he can easily fill the space with ads at $10 per ad-and do it in "a clean daily state newspaper" TIlE CLARK MONUMENT CO.

right to stage a public exhibition and by way of admonishment, fined them practically every town in the state. Of course, the advertiser never gets which, to issue meet their requirements Dnal. and Newama Streets
yti must not edition
p
$10 apiece plus the costs. fire cents worth of results from this so-called advertising and then the insert liquor advertising a Sunday, nor print, nor the JacksMTille FloridaBvlldlna

ice" cal.q newspapers have to waste time and money to fight the old-time argumentthat sermons of the so-called Pastor Rus dfwrtqMBti latvior and .au t.t
i What do you think of that? "advertising doesn't pay." sell, and which is friendly to the cause sit..ad 010... work efficiently handled. Ask
q Mr of prohibition. Gentlemen of the Kin for iafarmatio and timaue
Mr.
Johns says that a few papers oppose him because his plan would

drain money away from them. It wouldn't do anything of the kind. Very need simmee Ministerial further.association Your you
agitate
. no questis
-I L1 ; Waste To Make More I few of the local papers would get a penny of a state publicity fund, if sucha at an end ere it is well begun, for I -- ; E EAfR

3tb fund could. be collected. But this paper for one favors the raising of a we have the honor to inform you that
: Florida the Lakeland Daily Telegram is precisely I
fund be
''> , M,.. Stuyvestnt Fish live in New York and has oodles of money. The publicity to expended in legitimate advertising in the large the kihd of (foods you have specified

Mother" day she gave out an interview. She talked of the unemployed situation. newspapers and magazines ,,of the north where -would reach the people fully de-liquor-sdized,

+. She's who are naturally interested in coming to Florida.We tor-Rusellized, warmly de-paa-I &\
'a philanthropist, you know. In the course of her interview she said
are tired of being the goat' for fellows like "Automobile Thomas." cause of prohibition not \i
that the "hysterical economy" of the rich be condemned.
to She
was urged issued on Sunday, and rich abounding
I ,eP them not to economize-they don't need to, and she knows it. 1 Everyone of the schemes advanced by gentlemen of this kind depend for in many other merits and virtues not I 0 !

their success upon the free publicity that is given to them by the state papers. specified in your hill of particularsWe .
This rich woman told her rich friends to loosen up and buy loads of stuff We are urged to set columns of type to help these schemes when we know court inspection and challenge) investigation o erg lI"
'to waste-to keep.on hiring armies of servants to do all of the the mvs'
things that the public will receive no benefit from them. i and when these Kissim-
tN rich do they prove that they are rich. She wanted them to do this so that the No, Mr. Johns mistaken. mee ministers are fully satisfied as to
poor people would have work. She argued that it for the you are We oppose your scheme because it the impeccability of this, paler we cull
was wrong rich.to will produce nothing for the advertisers who foot the bill. Even in your upon them to boost for us right along Plant New Foster 'r'F
economize in time when need
the work their
a so many would give.Isn't .
money prospectus you admit that it is difficult to trace the results of this kind of with their congregations" as a truly 'tk
ill! a 'iie it about time lo begin knocking the skids out from under a system publicity. good and great moral organ, absolutely

hit (that compels waste in order that toilers may have work> More work to make If we understand it right Mr. Johns proposes to take $180,000 in five free deleterious from all forms to moral of germs or spiritual orhacilli Grapefruit-Only

4 unore, waste to make more work to make more waste years for the support of these second-hand exhibition ars. That's a neat health, with every issue fresh Pink-Fleshed Kind ,

bs sum lo be spent for publicity which he himself admits is hard to trace. from a prophylactic bath, so to speak,
What need be said. and perfectly safe to take into the With all the rood( qualities that goto molt. r
more most fastidious and exacting homes in up* choice cttrut(fruit,the F otter irapifruit
I. They Don't Want Militarism I would l hold upon u a valuable I kino sUd.
the state. Ours is the right shop and from ;it* color. But to all point that are s
thTi we've got the goods to prove it.- corn ID end able must be added a peculiaratn.aavene.

I Slaps and BangsTalk Lakeland News. ,...... that.. belong to the Fotttfaluoc vew
onao ,:'J I --+- .-- -it* -p. timed fleth.
[ : The figures published by The Gazette should cause the jingoes to stop HERE'S ANOTHER ONE! Grapefruit with pink flnh hit bocB_.chad, t
Is look and listen. for' by horticulturist fur many 7.*... poa'
r ter has it. Royal r.lwi! '/lur.eri..r. veil
d prosperity. The Ministerial association of Kis- locked with the new variety, ready Inc
These figures something. They that the of those
mean mean majority .. planting I this I scaaoo. Tree of Fbetef eat
.who read the that took the do simmee has'rec.ently passed a resolution a little more than the ordinary yarWtie*.
poll not militarism
twenty ia
want
paper I but .
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Smile-and then do it again. favoring a sterilized daily news are well worth the pc c _
inm ; rce ..Arnedca. .. X paper for Florida. The requirementsare

jt--. It should be borne in mind that the people who voted in this poll are just All! the "kiddies"are talking about Santa- sanction that shall the newspaper to receive Royal Palm ServiceA

tin .Uva average run of people. The man and the > carry no whiskey adver'j striking, feature of Royal Palm Nurseries
; average average woman are tisements or Russell ; the cc \KO depen ment. Bjr meaaa of

.r ppsed to militarim. Read their interesting letters in this issue. that it shall not be issued on Sunday.We the receive agency abwluteiylnpartuland the buyer' can foe I that ae he&earlr will I

Mr. Jingo is invited to tuck the figures on the nation-wide vote under his have looked the requirements for accurate information on planting cult io
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the poaiiblo I for to ,i.a '
daily over, and have measured the ," toy and aU time..
!sat where they will be mighty close to whatever brain he has. If he doesn't Christmas, toys and turkey next. policy and make-up of this daily with whether, .... fruit, trowing, economic Cropi.fardenma +

; ,heed them he is due to be jolted into heeding them. War .. war is not an the requirements of the Ministerial laadacapinit;: ornamental or any aimilar\ horn.pfiaa planting* of bortU and

expression that means nothing. It is the sentiment of the workers of America! Only five more shopping days. / association, and find it to meet those culture touchiof: our ftp.ri nc*.

.'Ami' tk.,.......ia a* Mao* to staid few jiafatsaal requirements Arcadia Daily, and News so why as not the indorsethe state's''I' New Royal Palm Catalog

Congressmen and senators should remember this fact. Time for New Year's resolutions. sterilized newspaper?-Arcadia Daily : A Royal study Palm of Nurteriva the table o< content .< the ''
catalog reveeM tae
1 a New fact that '*" ra"r/.... COD.tit! _t. a MM
I reliable and uo.o-dit. book of.kaowl.dge.

I' Let Them Come to Orlando I Did you break the ones you made last. year? You did. how shocking! KILLING BOB WHITE. o.Ten.plant how Iii.to, plant 901..bl.tree beyoo4.my.0Da tros ,

.. 'I' Dur..ry,the propal'' ..i.; ....,.o.,for plea' ..f" '
Commenting upon a Metropolis edi- and "a tut book that ,ro_";. f.
na Spread your Christmas cheer to others. We don't only mean the kind torial: "If Bob White Could Pray"I I and...-home. builders can Dot seardt
t IGNORANCE that comes in bottles. the Melbourne Times says, !, Wins for tree CO" to '. +,

t . White could pray the Times believes I REASONER BROTHE
i#;, . One of the troubles with New York is that it is filled up with a great that the farmers would see to it that I' 218 Beaeiid A_

u, .:.::1)) ,class,of peopje' wh.4 know nothing of America. Labor problems in that "Peace-on-Earth Boom! Bang. .Bang. "Charge"! Boom!II I they his prayers learn what were Bob answered.White is actually When ONBCO. jfr \

ItV. + v 1.; >t city; would. be. solved to a-large! extent if the "unemployed"would seek doing for them every day in the ,rt'"

*h. }\other, regions.OrIando Sentinel. Tell Santa to bring. you a "booster's" horn. year they will at least post their own I e ,}
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v a # lands and use all of their influence'''
'1. -, :V:Funny isn't it> JAco.dincfJo the news stories published in the columns of toward having the adjoining undeveloped -

.jhe well meaning Sentinel. Orlando is suffering from the same labor problem. Old Man Jupiter Pluvus and old icle-faced Winter appear to have formeda lands posted. Why let a few r "

'- -r rAcc4)r ni.to the Sentinel's stories the "unemployed" have been ,taking combination in restraint of "climate." men who are not interested in your H ll 1 f fle
.. .. farm kill off a vast number of your I
jLthil rpocl paper *;advice "seeking: other regions"and have been coming best little friends each year? Thinkof M

i,. ".to-to'Orlando. .11 OM' who come find a cold welcome awaiting them and the Maybe they are preparing, the way for Santa. Claus and his reindeer and : it, one man is allowed according r

'' Sentinel is urging the police"officials of that city to give the "tramps, hoboes toys. I to law, to kill twenty quail per day F Fe

., 'the' rockpile bread and water. *" for a period of over three monthll'l I
buro. v et&i a year'on on ." Will the men who kill the !

.Fto nJC*. ,"'Ine"New/ jfork unemployed perhaps .con:1 know nothing of America," Everybody loves to spend money.for th. ."kiddies.." There isn't anything kill the bugs?"-Miami Metropolis.r

t 1p ..,elM,&hjywouJd: all board a side door Pullman right. now-and come to Orlando. in the world that give a man so much pleasure as doing something for the A party of men who went to the I

t 'j-t .gfrUhat: .year on. .bread and water in the Orange county chemgeng.y happiness of the little'ones. woods killed seventy-eight quail: This.was ;.t .tt u b : N
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tirl had too Why 'Beeauee. a Queen ........ sa authority, singe,' draw eldierly. Effeets In th* Oewns, -
,P IWhat frames ever '. .many. aU fee' 0 and truss.the bird for.roasting, 0 and Hate' ,.t the >....., > sad f.acy''
T. ,.,,, e Their,Ir. Pur-. .,'Per,, M'fte'. and. ,Wrap. *.: peeL: fifty .or" sixty' ,chestnuts : I
pair of blanch them In boiling water ana CAFTBIIMOOH Qy't: rs :
1A opera I1*****. a fin, sup :
p of calling; card or monogrammed .,then boil them until .o.ft'and* GROCERIESFree
..writine > .chop final: : Empty"two. marrowbones 0 :
POrtfolio,piper a fitted V an sewing atractive bolt leatherveling'trinket leather I and mix,marrow' and chest- !I '...._ rAT THE-, I "I ,
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meats are amour* and the!desk large appoint.assortt 4 roast it in a hot oven basting I ; Delivery.tDari(P rt..: % '
it constantly with butter. When asr

ment.t'I 1 > .blrf.. the. zy' cooked'llaee the bird on a hot Bro'adWayCaf81WJi. f, t '.< ,tV'' '1
jewel: 0 a little chestnut + ,
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bag which wcht serve 'of the 0 ye 1
?p eJ'r',1. a charming receptacle opera T/ ... .................. . .. z 6, her 'ye"' are 'sore al'gdtIag"tsrijr, . si
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I ODe enjoys making dainty things FOR CHILDREN a. prepared t* supply ye* ta, sty It'YU( Atet !
a set of pink brocaded ;
with a fetching little cap slipper to match bags, or, For wee folks'-Christmas parties .aaaUty-pUU. ......uo..... fcy the 'T

" ; aproteetor Ughtaatin--.r brocade early hours are considered best From gallosu Way s.t'._..,for.rapper tonight "
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&a I trimmed with Soft swansdown to.wear 8 to 6 o'clock is the favorite time. T '
under the coat with the '1'iuNiINo
evening gown Invitations are generally written Of BUILDING A
will make charming for young by; the mother, as hostess, but the DireetShipments. Rocmred Daily "
: ,,-, girl going parties.IJ children's party paper may be used. if HOUSE OF;JkJMY DND.,LIT:

preferred. The BroadwayiCafe FIOURZ9 W1Td'TOU -fr

-L '.4'."..'.,4',, "! .".. ". " " _yFW'the-'ehndran "from f> in + ; : .,
years old the games chosen must be PHONE 4X' .- .
J--jsVCRANBERKl TAKT9I4f selected with all I 'AM PREPARED TO'J'Ua..
an eye to keeping ,. ,
i' ', amused at the same time. ..... ........... ... . .. .
w. are all more or less familIar "mSU" PLANS AND: ,, ESTIMATES : .
with 'In many instances there is a Punch
: cranberry tart at zPRICES
l Christmas time. Sometimes the '*> and Judy show, a magician or an ex- : AT ROCK: i BOTTOM
I'
t 1 tart shells are filled with plain pert with a stereopticon machine. ; GnAYSTONE.

$ ..uce. while pie crust is latticed .f Sometimes a professional woman
.', J across the top. A cupful of plans and leads the games. Where
seeded raisins may be added by this is not done, then the mother has
+ J way of variation. Whole berries to be the leading spirit. L V. miail, rn,. L L reno, lip. ;

r cooked in syrup may be The salmagundi idea solves the difficulty W.HAR00LDContractor
,'. used with a meringue top. If 4 of keeping all amused at the Open Year Round i .
the uncooked harries 4 :
are used same time. At each table, at which
J they should be mashed and well 4 four children play, is a different game. cad. : BalUer..,
sweetened before being placed in There are a first and second prize ..:. .'

the cruet It requires from for- table, and the winners advance after The OoWae Tint Dee Net Affect Tss ..... ,K1SSIMMEE!; :FLA." ., 4,
ty-flve minutes to an hour to each game. Bee.... of its toafe and lazatta nvet.. LAXA.TIVB .
i thoroughly make the tarts in this 4 Old maid, jackstraws, table base- BROMO OOIM1NH la batterIkBB ortinanrQuialB 124 Summer St. Ph M J.a:
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4 Bd do* sot servos.s mot
ease. ball, Uncle Sam's mail, mixed pickles, rinrina-IwBd. anmber the hill Barn..d
puzzle building, electric questionerand look for ta* .,,_tan ot I1. W. OKOVX. SM.1 .
.. .. . ..... .0...... . . . of the will be .
any new games ...
found in variety in the toy shops and -- f
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'a'' 0 4 may be used.
Then after of blind man's.. "
a
game

4. *...O.O..O..O..OO FEMINISMS. OO ** buff handkerchief, magical, they music will or be throw glad to the sit D. G. WSacceMor OMEB 'IHSUBOBCE nGEJO ...

down for their refreshments, which ... .. .
iv Photographers are the only persons should be ready at 4:46 o'clock, so
r' who take women. at. their. face value. that they may have a little fun after- to Art ., E. Do.eU Afticy

y ward with their mottoes and prizes Room No. 9 Second floor Citizei Baak BaOdiif. r.... 246 tf
Some girls wash their hair very before it is time to start for home.

1 regularly, but overlook their necks . pa....

.,"* and ears. I LAST MINUTE GIFTS. Fashion designers even of the madein General Insurance Business, represeaUss tie stxtragest ... 'steit<
Every woman.likell to be just a few MOIiBSKIIf WRAP America school revel in the mili- .t
). years younger than the other women Anybody who knows the little gray tary suggestion. The cossack, the Reliable companies
'-''' of her mole in his haunts and is aware of his The Shops Ar Full of Dainty Nov.ltl.a zouave, the grenadier, the hussar, thedragoon'ih '
CIt.", age. unpopularity with gardeners will be to Delight Lat Buy... uhlan the cuirrassier We will confine* the Bvalness.of the Arthur E. Doa.gai: Agencywithout .

,'C"1. Only the woman who hasnt' any surprised to learn htat a moleskin There IK that late gift that yon ot e all been scrutinized for change-Tow patronafe Is respeetfally solicited.. "
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furs to wear thoroughly despises :winter mantle like the one illustrated is a course forgot to buy for the cousin or The costume pic- a
; weather. very costly wrap. The answer is that a novel development of 4
aunt or friend who Is sure to remember
* mole is fashionable. The story the faIt is in the effect
i
goes new zouave .
L '\ Show a girl seventy-one new styles I that Queen Alexandra of England, you Do not worry for this season carried out in draped tunic with i
1', of shirtwaists and she will want hearing that farmers in certain sec- the shops are wonderfully well sup hip pockets. This suit, which is for C. A. CARSON President. N. C:BRYAN. Secretary.
,something different.. I tions of Great Britain were sufferingfrom plied with trifles that are sure to be afternoon wear, is of nocturne blue
W S a plague of moles, adopted the pleasing and appropriate. broadcloth and velvet. The short
jEven. the woman who has perfect use of moleskin with the object of When In doubt jewelry Is always jacket with tiny side pockets at the The Waters & GslFSon
feet all the time for fear
o worries nobody making it fashionable and creating a nice if you can afford It. A. pin set ort waist line, is fastened with gun metal .
:i, will see them.. commercial demand for the pelts of buttons. It has a collar and cuffs of I

Every man has a right to his own the little animals in order to aid the white caracul. The close fitting turban -
I'' until be gets married or tolls farmers. She succeedted, for- in a with its band of metallic trim-
: '.!Js opinion wife about it short time moleskin was one of the ming, also carries out the military I Grocery Company,

I ,; most popular of furs. It is a very idea. 1
Nearly every. ':arguments bee beautiful pelt, its soft gray being be- ,.
fore marriagedevelops intno a redhot coming to most women. Hundreds of It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism f' .

11 ;dispute after.marriage.j . .. moleskins are needed to make a wrap Everybody who is afflicted with a , :'. ..
./' like the one shown here. This luxurious Rheumatism In form should by aU "a<" < r r
'You 'can always toll the state of a mantle has a 'collar of unspotted any .' -..,x ,'1)'
bottle of Sloan's LIni- ;
means keep a ,
man's health by,,the kind of pies that ermine) and Is lined with satin. ment on hand.. The minute you feel '.Wholesale and RetatlDealen'Ia', '' < ?4"1: .' IQROCERI.ES .

I his wife bakes.. tIt VOGUE/If OF THE APRON TUNIC.It pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, '

,< isn't woman's rights that some bathe it with Sloan's Llnlmennt.. Do :
J( women are constantly clamoring for; is odd how some styles that never not .rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost >
Jl ," .Ifs all the rights. become popular persist for several immediately right to the seat of pain, 1
I years. There is the apron tunic, for relieving the hot, tender, swollen feel-
t '' It Is an unkind provision of nature instance, at the present time. Two d ing and making the part easy and -- ,'.". ,
that makes wrinkles appear in thef 'years ago we had a glimpse of a few comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's .

I face Instead, in the.lIcal p. imported lingerie models with apron Liniment for 25 cents of any drug- . .. . . .. o .. .. ..'...... ......... .' '
with tunics quite like real aprons, io- the gist and have it in the house-against ...
A girl's idea of "getting even" front of the skirts. Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum- WE SELL: 4 WE BUT .. i
t her best girl friend is to do the same tunic last Sciatica and like ailment Your
t Cheruit's apron year was bago, HAY,. ,
f foolish. things that. she. does. another manifestation of the same money back if not satisfied, but it HIDES .
dearly love" idea. Now there are long tulle apronson does give almost instant relief. Buya I. GRAIN, .

gray hair women are the ones-who spend their metallic evening frocks. I iI bottle today. I. FURS W 14L5 ..
black hair dyes.Somehow ., Sometimes these aprons are longer I FERTILIZERS, 4 '.
, <. pare change. for. . than the foundation of heavy metallic When moved to tell your troubles WOOL- :., '
! ,, : or other the sight of a silk and edged with metal fringe, to the world remember how you felt SHINGLES .' 'a.;
f.; a" makes a monkey fur or flowers. the last time you had to do the listen ..wq
({"business woman" at a piano ,r.
I ing. ORANGE BOXES.. AND .
Instrument. MAKES TRIP TO TESTIFY 1 I
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: RETURNS PENITENTIARY I IxnxPwln I OHBIaTTKAS OOTIS. -FRITZ" IS DEAD. ORANGE WRAPS ALLCOUNTRY 1. r

10'fe '"The only putaonfexhibitions a fancy brooch such as are Illustrated, CrawfordMIle, Ga. "Fritz," a '.
qualities are Jackson, Ky. Arthur Roberts, costs comparatively little. trained rat and the mascot of the local VEGETABLE CRATES, .
'when he dies or marries a prominent serving a term in the Frankfort reformatory Collars and cuffs are modish, andyour paper died recently. Frits knew :.

woman . for manslaughter, was released friends will like them if his name and was a terror to other CRATE NAILS PRODUCIL .
< few minutes' con- on his honor to make a trip ;women rats and mice. He had been a pet in !**!.-'-w Raa4q
Sit' only takes a to developpsrfeet here to testify in a case. As soon as you select the very latest. Charming the newspaper office' for three years. .. .. .. .. . .... .. ... ...... .....>...* .
vitiationfactt with a woman he had finished his testimony he returned Is the turned over collar with long '
the, -that' her friends are not as and war locked up. cuffs of embroidered batiste and Valenciennes I We sell fold and gardra seeds of all kiads. .. ,'\.,:. /
as they.should. be. lace which are> shown here. Piles) CUre4 In O to H Days We give special altcatioei tttlfjg eat boatlag. aad easjplar pa/tiesU'
e mile Wouldn't it be lovely if the boll Handkerchiefs books ribbon novelties Your dnntrt will _RlnBd. BMnwy.!U PAZO Fr..lliesy Sa city Usilta.' ...... N. ll rrVl,;!.<: '. r'i't/I
that square OIMTMKNT M IteblBdBllod.
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and the Hessin should develop I .. 'I We agents for fertilisers. Ask .. for drcalar. ,S1
.. is Inhabited by 120,000- weevil fly etc.. are thrifty choices for the .B..u..Ia.. | .1a61o 14daye.Tile are eouaty Food aatiti
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11 pA1 ,u : ;>..,M.. I .>""I, 1"0. i M. I it I 0.I 0 I. M I'0 I 0 I'0, I, IAt I I 0Msttle tion.an interesting. subject- for considera A ''c' L L. :PLANS$ TOUELSErilfRS out different the bookJe'i town will selected be contributed, in sums by of ford or not the business men.-would, ,sp.. .,

... . . port the plan with the-required COntributions .!)
: d 'J\1'1' ,A full attendance is desired. Bring $100 and $60 each .and to report to the "railJ
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? ''Ib t'e. lYO't' e -t'rlendwlth you and let us make thisa At the close of his address Mr. this week. <'e,
: .. large and attractive meeting. We.speetaTlyinyityall Maull Invited the business men of the i way company board '.
. 7 . .. attention of.the tnenwLbers
-1 \ The
. . .. .. .. inaugurated
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'l .L. > < 1 the visiting lrl.dlland the"campaignbeing '
i '-";"-"" -- : "City 16. Jotfi" were called to Jifact: that.the"A
1' ': tor.). brethren.. r by the railroad with a con board had ]' ,
Belle Harris, of the .noe..e4
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. ( 1: feel, sure that you cannot spend a f Continued from,, Page One.! ) tribution of $100. president several communications in reference: ""i...

: iilR; Gazette t. stnj Items more this profitable service. hour. The than by coming Gospel tioh increased producing:population Local Men Favor Plan. to the Federal league going into "win.ter .;. :
'. \ iMJe to &H pstroni of the Valley . to laymen here providing the I
" Team will "hold'serviced at fegrhorr) m t lie seuuml. r Local men to speak in favor 01 the tiaining ' ,.
t . ,""locUly treats' to'tie Editor for pablkatien la theM ,cehnn I church next Thursday night. To carry out the 'plans formulated plan were J. M. Willson, Jr., H. C. would make certain conGeI.l n.' to ,

'. We would like as many friends to to bring these results, he stated the Stanford M. Katz, Paul Weaver, bring them here. This matter:ins

f, -----.8.--. . w m w m w mwmwmwmw . w . . _'. _ - .'.. .. .. .- .. .. _. .. .. _. -. attend as possible. initial step to be taken by the railroad Roma Thomas Col. F. A. Lincoln and discussed thoroughly but for nunterv:
W. H. JONES. Chairman. company would be the systematic and Mr.: Brannon. The president of the it decided to make DO"
__ 'fjpSK'rro'dAMpriRE buffet luncheon ous reasons was .
; GIRLS. was served. careful distribution of a specially pre- board J. D. Woodbeck appointed
Ki" .;:Th O.JdtoCampftre girls were de- The prevailing Christmas spirit was EPISCOPAL CHURCH. pared booklet containing facts about Messrs. Willson Weaver and StanSTOVE- effort to get the team bare .. .
3 Hghtfnlly entertained Thursday after- carried out in the decorations of the There will be no services next Sun- Florida, followed by a thorough and ," t.1
,f moon' by Miss Violet' Bullock her attractive home of the hostess, green day as the rector pays his usual visit convincing "follow-up" system of correspondence Ot.tO o.," " ',.. ,
i"|, bom* on Clyde avenue. and red being the color scheme. Mrs. to Narcoossee. relating the exact con-
' Sean' sister Mist Sue Watson assisted Friday next is the festival of the ditions of things so that when
f* PICNIC'AT.ZANTEE. In entertaining. nativity of our Lord and Savior Jesus home-seeker comes, he will find a'' 'i 1 :
',\ :Mn.Sarab Cohoon entertained herr In the Ir\lest'party were Mrs. How- Christ commonly called Christmasday. thing that he was told to be WOOD
..guests' Mr.' and ,),I.... William Reed, ard Katz. Mrs. J. S. Cadell Mrs. C. Services will be as follows: The new settlers, as well as the old ,
,. of Beaver'Crouing Neb., Wm. Cross L. Bandy Miss Mary \Dixon Miss First vespers will be sung Thurs one.;; will then be instructed in the i.I
!.Lincoln, Neb and Mrs. S. R. Wade Tuirille Mrs. Sam Ragsdale, Mrs. day evening: at 7 p. trt.j on the feast fundamentals of diversification and
of:;Fcstarlo; oiJo. at her orange and Fred Gilbert, Miss Stinston. of Michigan day itself. rotation by experts, and not to be left No matter what land of WOOD you want we can supply ? *: ; ; Ii, q"

r f grapefruit grove near Zantee with a Misses Virginia and Angie Mak- The first celebration of the holv to themselves to make a chance success PROMPTLY t.. length Our wood i is well seasoned and all of it i J ..
I veal ;.picnic,' beginning Monday and inson, Mrs. Boioe, Miss Bay Mrs. J. communion 7:30 a. m. Second Eucharist of their farms. any '
I lasting two day Each one enjoyed D. Clark Mrs. Henry Overstreet and choral 9:30 a. m. Second vespers The railroad will into HEAT. Call I 'phone 241-L. I \
\ the trip'and voted Mrs.. Cohoon an Mrs. Nellie Regero. 5 p. m. company handlethe goes :
iJ I publication and distribution of the
ideal hostess.v. . RED CROSS-AID- -COMMITTEE. Gifts of flowers candies and green- booklet through its special develop- S. W. DOWNING 1 L: :
will be and should 241-L ,
THURSDA'Y ery very acceptable Phone
,1 ,. .. PARTY. There will be a meeting of the be -in the church before ment department, and will contribute
Visa Louise Clark and Margie circles of the above named committee noon on $300 additional to the cost of the :
'Ben. Bearden were hostesses of a delightful Monday, December 21, 3 p. m., Thursday, Christmas eve. booklet which will cost 1000. The 000 to ouuooo. 0000000000+0OH 0 o oo 0 tOU. 00 ........, iI''"J. '
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I afternoon party. Those present at the Chapter House. No evening service on Wednesday.W. balance of the $700 necessary to get fiA.
.
wore Misses Lucy Witbe poo n, All circles having work will please H. BALL Priest. I Jb
b ',Virginia Tiller Grace Nelson Ruth bring it. The following money has <
tfca s '*milov; Butler, Lottie Blackburn Alma Grif- been received since the first acknowledgement 4 y
k ,,fln and Mrs., Ansley. Refreshments of $13.65: Mrs. Ackerman, tir
pu* : off Cake, hot chocolate and stuffed $1.00; Mrs. Russell. $1.00. ; Mrs. Best, '

ink than '(date'wer... ., served.a .. $2.00; total, $17.66.Expenditures .

K KAssn '"iI'-': V", SEWING PARTY. ity. $19.90; thread, 117 25c yards; buttons of dim-30c; B Just Received\\'t
2Usl Grace Nelson entertained a few
'.rei 100 yards gauze, $3.15; total) $14.60.
hi' aiItnr 'friends Wednesday afternoon at her Balance on hand, $3.05.
;
_ ; homo on Broadway. The guests Small boxes will be found in manyof
:brought their sewing and spent the \ ,
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the stores, where money may be 1
n afternoon pleasantly. In the :
+ very dropped to help in this work.
+ EXPRESS: \
tl'[ 'iP-rt1 'Were 'Missell Virginia Tiller, MRS. PRENTIS. Sec.Treas. e-y: 'J
"j? Alma Griffin, Lucy Witherspoon Ruth "
'f,/ Butler, Louise Clark, Lottie Blackburn :OOOOtoooooooooooo ; I

}ti' o '\ i p D'd MrfrR (1J(!JU 8'e rden. 1'. 6 CHURCH NOTICES.0-0-- : O COMPLETE LINE r, ::

!ar fle4 GRlFFEN: HOSTESS. -0- i
$ Miss. Alma Griffin entertained last 60CHRISTIAN '
j, Friday evening with an oyster supper CHURCH. 1- Cadet HoseLadies'
,st .' fora' number of her girl friends. Cov- Rev A. M. Chisholm will preach at ; 1':
..:' e8..were. laid for seven:: Misses Marie the Christian church Sunday morning
Haddleston, Margine Belle Bear- on the subject of "Loss and Gain."

den, Virginia Tiller, Louise Clark, Sunday night he will speak on the YI
:,' Ruth Butler, Lucy Witherspoon and subject, "Are the Dead Alive ?"

Grace Nelson. . AT THE BAPTIST- CHURCH.! I '
ChildrenPUT
AN OYSTER SUPPER. The pastor will preach at 11 a. m., ,. Men's r'
and at 7 m.
the fire chief on "The Ascension p.
b R. D. Fairman new
ar entertained the members of the fire on "The Axe at the Root of the
Trees." This was to have been spoken I
with oyster supper
an
department at his home on Beau- to last Sunday night, l hut for the'
> Tuesday, evening UP INCHRISTMAS -
mont avenue. About thirty guests ruin. 51You
1 including firemen and The Baptist church! has arranged to
were present
their friends. W. G. Hankins acted hold a rairy day. and roll call dayon
:ti as toastmaster and several of the firemen January 1*. It is expected and ? If
; responded to the calls for toasts. requentwl that everyone of the 470 i I
numbers shall be present. i I y'
r The excellent was prepared
+ supper BOXES[
is invited to attend all
The
public
a by Mrs. Fairman and her sister Mrs.
the services of this church. The churchis
1; J. T. Burkhalter.. . maintained for the good it can do. can't kiss off

J SH-AKESPEARE CLUB. Come and be welcomed.

u -Miss Elizabeth Aultman entertained LA\'MEN'S MEETING.Our the smilethatgath-I *
(' i the members of the Shakespeare club -
/ next regular service will be heldat _
her home Broadway last Friday
at on ers'round bestgirl's
H) the Presbyterian church :3 o'clock your
afternoon. The members began the .

p, ; -, reading of a "Winter's Tale." Delic- Sunday Brother afternoon G. F. Parker and, who will always be led has by lips when I aZ 7
1'i ious refreshments of tea and cake you
4 *' ARRIVALS
', were served. Those present were, NEW
:. J Mr. Kribbs, Mrs. Boice, Miss Bay \-- cr give her a box of y. ,
1} Miss Bryan Miss Lathrope Miss :
1,1.j' Tracy, Mrs. F. C. Bryan and Mrs. choclateCherries :
1 Aultman, our Beautiful Assortment Mens
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HIGH SCHOOL PICNIC. YOU Nougatines, Caramels, :
it 14c
; The picnic given by the Stenolakean Chips, Whipped Cream Apricots, Pajamas and Gowns 50c$2.50GIFTS $ .
,
literarysociety of the high school to
.
Bonbons etc., per pound _____0_.40c .
society
member. Utopian
a. the the

last' Saturday. was an enjoyable af- Mixed Creams _.______________10-20 .t'
fair. About fifty of the high school GET WISE r

p r t'([\Vpupils motored to Fish lake and spent Celery Lettuce Figs Grapes- Nuts FOR MENMen's Toys for Everybody
.' ; the day, toasting 'marshmallows row- Raisins Eggs and Stanta Claus

v? tag ''on the lake and playing games. Apples. Don't fail to visit our Toy Department. We have ,
Leit- (
They were chaperoned by Miss e Ties
Ha.M rear, .Miss Ledbetter Miss Clark and FRUIT CAKES an extra large assortment of Dolls of all kinds. They ,

Tea < Mrs. C. W. Dann. At noon a picnic per pound ____ __",___________ Beautiful assortment of Silk Ties in latest styles come in all sizes and characters and you will be sure

a p C .a. dinner was served. .under. the trees. The wise smoker Osceola to and in all colors. Com' ind (10 find just the right "Dollie" for your little girl. "
; say
'O 1 pr. { "'' FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. see them at _______________________25c and SOc See these!

N. ;4w r ; The members of the Tuesday after- the dealer--they know that when the 20c Men's Suspenders _________________________SOc Dolls at hhhh__. __ ____----____lOc to $1.50 i

cj noon Five Hundred clubVere delightfully Osceola is demanded they WILL obtain Men's Sleeve Holden ______________________25c There are all kinds of Mechanical Toys for the

1, W. J. entertained Sean at her this home week on by Emmett Mrs. a full 5c worth of tobacco excellence Men's Hose Supporter _____________________25c boys, such as Horses. Dogs etc. Also Toy Pistols

s a A a' street. Four tables were engaged in in cigar form. The above come in separate boxes and make appropriate Buckets and Shovels etc. Come and inspect them.

fgtl the card game and Miss Virginia Mak- RAISIN CAKES, gifts.Men's Christmas Cards at _____________le and
The Osceola it the smoothest most ------ up
inson won first prize a beautiful hand- per pound _,____________.___
Christmas Taft (assorted in box), at ________lOc !,
sold for
painted plate., Mrs. Chas. Bandy received fragrant delicious cigar ever
ari.on the consolation price and a Leather BillHoldersIn Holly Ribbon (per bolt) ----_______________IQe ur ,

: ?J Jer guest prize was given Miss Stimp- Sc. Take OUR tip and try it 25cPOUND Christmas Holly Paper, two sheets for ________________5e <"

+< av eon, of Grand Rapids Mich., who is At ALL dealers or at factory. G. D. Holly Paper, per sheet _______________$ f;
___ _. ------- e
the house of Mrs. J. Wade Boxes at ________ ___________ _____sOc
.e j i Tucket. After guest the game a delicious Boone.lCris Holly Boxes, each ---------------____._____-Se,

ii Handkerchiefs for Women
- Colgate's Toilet ArticlesWe

s 1\,\ per CAKES _. and ChildrenWe carry a complete line of Colgate's famous

i t r J, have a splendid collection of Handkerchiefs for Soaps and Powders. No matter what you want inj''

m pound3Oc old and young. They are neatly packed in Christmas the way of Soap, Tooth Paste, Shaving Creams. Tal-J '

Kringle Comes boxes containing from one to six to a box. Prices cum Powders, just say "Colgate's." And don't forget -? r

J % range from _____________----______15c to $1.50 they cost less and last longer. *

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Put the Eat in Christmas." JEWEL BOXES at__ _____SOc, 75e, $1.00
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j Fireworks, Frosted Cookies, Beet BEST LINEN TOWELS
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o ,, ; til j jt Butter and Oleo. Two in box at ____________--____SOc and $1.00 Nicely packed in Gift Boxes :
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.'.. IIL'YIIIII KJU'E BROOCH PILLSBURY DOLLY VARDEN, have a splendid assortment of high grade include a Brush and Comb Hand Mirror Nail FilV

,y ron, .je CHAINSIQIfXTT UAVALLIBRE RINGLEADER Chocolates and MiXed Candies All kinds at prices and Buffer. Scissor... and Polish Holder, all secUre- r I'l

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tot -\,,: T7MBRBIJUA WATCH; BRACELET HORSESHOE, (per pound) ____--___----___________lOc to dOe See them at -----.-. --------------11.75 to $9.98,;: J
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: ... IrII' VAi.It ci.Uma,. J,;I' r l. aa Lase",6.IL.) pent the week here on a business. Shingle Creek,were, shopping. la, the,111 in a hospital in Orlando for the Can, who' -with, his family'arrived and Mrs.\J: Tucker..\\of Grand 'a- ;
t. 'f\' ww.e. Every and pleasure. trlp combined.:, city oa Tluareda,. past four weeks. la reported as slight last week to spend' the winter her aa Aids, ,Mlehv are.la.the i dty. on ,tb-t' "
'. W. .. uFtiday'Byy *Mr.. and M .. Chas,. &: Henry., of ". ..Something" you need. every' day...Improved.. ' guests, of -Mr. and' MIlL. :.Ambroee annual'winter,visits .:., ; "
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Easton, .Md, are stopping, .at the Buy now. Domestic, five cents a')'ant.. 'Friends; will be glad ti,learn ,that Moore, has purchased"two dtJ''Iota

;:*.....: .Hi...11 ...s. .'.... Gray.t.on.'or, the'winter.' .. at Gilbert's ,on Mondays: ,| Mrs.' 11..,M. Breaker is Improving at. and expects to build' a winter home, .in RUB-MY-TI&IM
Monday is the day to buy your domestle'for There Is nothing'that would be appreciated -' ter a reoent. .operation ,In a Tampa Kissimmee., '
i I Weatkec ; fire Cents,,a. yard *t GIl.. more by your friend. than 'hospital. Give ')-oil,'friend a.year's subscrlpt'rrn WiH, cure RbeumirtlMH, .Ne.- '.
porf-i U. .bert'.. .. 1 . m pl_ T>hnta nf TOnrmlfanH WOrt...... b. 3'9'" 'II..S .l LRt7\' tfl M" *"* .1* *011*** 'Ham* tt* pled "
:, ttlerwaa' Studio U the place to got them...48-61 dl.work-Needleeraft this Christ B
W. L,Drawdy, of flu ,' intown pink, do the crescents showTIf: -not Sp n
,* A -' I on business the. first,, of the John A.' Potts of Westport. Conn..' you need a manicure.. Call at La mas. Subscriptions-taken at. the-Em. Sores letter. Ktnj-Worm.'Bo-i
:Following are daily temperatures week.. has arrived to spend the winter in Mode Parlors.J. broidery Shop. .m..etc. Aatia.rti9'A'' o .
and precipitation"* MIII.Nt_ Bratton expects to spend Kisslmmee. Mr.'Potts' was. a-visitor' M. .Wood of Atlanta who came Mrs. E., B. Avant:,and'her sister .tined Internally' or ternally.258?,
of last Miss Lillian Brack; 'of :'Marcoossee.passed .
the Christmas holidays with her ,year down to attend the funeral of his
as repented by Government brother in Miami. Those wanting photos for ''Christ- mother-inJaw, Mrs. M. J. Hicks, returned : through Kissimmee' last' Monday END STOMACH TROUBLE."I
Utlon at Klsslmmee for the. Good gentle family mare for sale; mas will please call early so a. ,,to home last Saturday. Mr. Wood going,to- ,rPROPOSITION ,. OASES .OR DYSPEPSIA,,
weekending Dec. 11, 1914: also two wagons in good condition. I give as time to finish them. Wader's. Is a former principal of Osceola high .
,.. Apply at Reed's Home every 61-tf I Studio. "-601I I school but is now one of the leading "Pape'B Dispepala" nukes Sick 'Soarf.
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1.: Friday -- ._68 40 Capt. C. H. Aiinstiung1 was I Lee Jarre.ll, who is taking a law j attorneys of Atlanta TO MAKE t: \J Gaasy- ,.Steatacha ....." fed des
up
Saturday__ : .__63 83 from KenansvDle on a business trip ,, course at the State university at I E. T. Hopkins, of Chicago, Is hereto la flv* amlaatea.;
: Smnday .. _.'78 45 this week. Gainesville has arrived home to spend spend the winter. Mr. Hopkins is BIG MONEY If what"you just'ate is souring oa
the holidays with his parents. visitor having spent stomach lies like
Hats an every year your or a loop of,, 7.
Monday __ 72 49 at.half price; mace praetlca1Chri.tma. "Something different in gifts are several successive winters at the lead refusing digest or balds:
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''p Tneeday __ :: ::63 43 gifts. See' them at 11(1118BanctTL the ribbon tray., embroidery sets, Graystone. I have got to .devote at' least sixmonths gas and eractat BOUT, undigested,

:,' I Wednesday __ _.54 77 :10I Japanese goods, etc. from fifteen Samuel Hannah, of Beav.r Falls, estate of of my.brother time to in winding Georgia up and the I food or hare a feeling of I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. R. Schretder. of cents at the Embroidery Shop. my.Ji heartburn fullness, neusea, bad tact
,. Thursday -- __ .64 50 Jacksonville, were registered at the up Pa., is a. winter guest at the Gray- am' compelled to dispose of my: real la mouth and ? 7i.
Manhattan hotel Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Stonr were in stone hotel. Mr. Hanna has spent estate and insurance business In Lakeland stomachhesdacheyoacan i.
..................... .. thin week. from Union Center recently for a several winters In the city and always or half of same; if you are interested ret blessed relief la fire minute? 5
Twelve hundred yards of domesticfor visit with their nice Mrs. Jessie makes his home at the Graystone.F. write me at once. There. is Pat an end to stomach trouble forever,'
Monday at five rents a yard at Smith. I S. Ledbetter returned from a money for you in it. by getting'. a large fifty-cent'eaae of'
GilbntVJohn Pap. Diapepela from any drag tore.,

: THE: LOCAL HELD i M. Lee has been confined to Are you If satisfied not, cal with at the your LaMode complexion I him hunting the trip carcasses Tuesday of two bringing fine backs with, Box 388 You lea realise it is to in Buffer fire minute from Indigestion.how need?,)
17 his home the I
, past few days because of Parlors and take a course T>f electric which he succeeded in bantinc in the stomach disorder
dyspepsia or > :
an attaclc: of rheumatism. i
\ massage. two days' hunt. Mr. Ledbetter remembered Lakeland. Florida It's the quickest, surest' stomach cI o-'<
III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW'H. Now Is the time "to; order your <, the writer. with a liberal tar in the world. If.wonderful 1
Christmas cakes. Reed's Home Bakery portion.
!Brokaw with will supply 61-tf Vote For
Griffins Bretfc.jsra you. M. A. Farmer returned from Lake .

;the B Aultman tree peoples spent Wednesday 40tf"S. ill'school'- Miss teachers Louise Clark, will,spend one of Christmas the high G. F. PARKERFor City college, where, last he week is ,attending and is filling Columbia(; Albert To the Democratic VoteriofOsceola t q : County:
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Orlando at ber home
i business. I In Tallahassee. Bearden's place in the State '.' *
" Jack ergersgluess has returned S. L. Bergert, prominent citizen bank, while the latter is recuperating; At the earnest of
!' from an extended visit in the north. of Ixnighman, was m the city on business from an operation for appendicitis.Rev. request essayfriends i

; M. D. Wilson ii moving hie household Thursday. SuperintendentAdvertisement. J. W. Austin, who is the retiring I hereby announce: myself I 1 1 1, fLS
1 candidate for election the office
I. goods -to Orlando this wees:. Try Reed's Home Bakery for Christmas : pastor of the Methodist churchat a to 1I I
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Carson and cookies. They are just like ( .) Haines City, was visiting in the of Superintendent of Public 1I
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Mrs. Smith visited Tampa Monday. mother used to bake. 51-tf city this week as the guest of Mr. and Instruction at the primary election 1I

Leave orders for Christina cakes at City Clerk J. R. Gilbert, has 'a new will The give Union Center Sunday and entertain-school I Mrs. John L. Oventreet and shaking I to be held December 19 and solicit I .......... ;
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" Ford automobile, from program hands with friends before leaving for 4A
Reed's Home Bakery. 51-tf purchased ment at the school house near Mil your vote and support
Hats at half Lupfer and Prather. the local agents.Mr. his new charge at Bowling Green Fla. I I the
price at Mioa Bandy's liard's island on Christmas eve. appreciate great importance I
'.. for Christmas week. Platte left Thursday for New Miss Vivian Lee is expected home Marshal Floyd Tison went up to of the school system of the Y
Prof. R. F. Webb will spend Christmas Boston, Til., to spend the Christmas this week from Arcadia and Lake- Orlando Tuesday and accompaniedMrs. county and realize that the petition ,
with homefolks in Tampa. holidays with relatives.Jno. land, where she has been on an extended Tison home. Mrs. Tison has beenill
business
A. of Gainesville.Fla. visit at a sanitarium in that citv but requires good management
i 5 or 6 doses 666 will break Thackston.
any case and careful work.____
, of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. ., was here for several days this Congressman-elect Joe Sears returned we are pleased to note that she is now systematic
week on business connected with the Thursday from a several days'hunting rapidly recovering. for the advancement of our children -
C. T. business visitor
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J I in Tampa through the weekend.G. public schools. Mr. Thackston is trip in the southern part .of _. . to better fit them for the
state inspector of schools. the county. duties of life.
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E. Jones, of St Cloud, spent .
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Monday in the city on business.S. .. too -
OOOtOOO..OOOttt.. OOOOOC oooocoOOO.OOOI.. .. for them in the line of education, -4 ,,4
S. Rhodes, of Ocala, was here on For SaleIn +
business the first of the week. we should ever keep before us and ,

For citrus trees see F. H. LawAon. spare no pains or efforts that would : ')
next door t* postoffice. 51-tf I lot 66x66 order feet to settle on South an estate-Brack bring every school in the county up ,

. D. C. Culver spent the week-end ati Shoes for 'Xmas street, near Park street, with a to the highest standard- If electedto p i.
Center Hill, on business. trip) small shack of a house. this position; I will give it per- rV .1.

Roma Thomas made a business The property has brick paved sonal attention and use my utmost t..' R,
to Tampa last Sunday.C. street cement sidewalk, sewer- endeavors
to keep mcrea.ins.the
Klock, of St. Cloud, was a recent *, age and water connections. . I 're
efficiency of the school of
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visitor in the city. .
PRICE $500.00.Will ":
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field boxec for sale choap. county. -
..... Osceola Cypress Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf HOLIDAY SPECIALS ATKISSIMMEE'SONLYSHOESTORE I give terms if DpC 8 ary. I will regularly visit the schools and remember the motto that ",Eternal.

Mrs. Hilton, of LouRhman, was in J. M. WILLSON, JR. Vigilance" is the price of a good education. J

the city shopping Tuesday. 4e-4t Yours respectfully: "*
J. M. Montsdoca, of Whittier, spent I II CEO. F. PARKErl.

Tuesday in the city on business.Dr. . _
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Was in the city Tuesday. We have just received a new lot of WOMENS PUMPS. These COO.OO OOOOOOOOOO.O.OO.O.OOO.OOO..O..O.O.. ... "f.:

Special Christmas prices prevail on Shoes come in Patent Leather Satin and GOD Metal. They will delightthe I OOO .. .OOOOOOOOOO.ooo.OOOO.ooo.oo..o..O..OOO..O...... tMt

suits, coats, dresses and millinery at I feet of women who
the LaMode.C. appreciate comfort. See them at ___________-__- P to $4
M. Mallett, of Orlando, was in .. .. ,
town on business several days the We have a large assortment of Boudoir Slippers in different colors. S .

early part of the week. These slippers will give comfort to tired feet and make ideal Christmas ,
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Col. F. A. Lincoln attended the St. gifts. They are 4 r

Cloud board of trade banquet in St. special, at ___________________________________ $1.50 I
Cloud Tuesday evening
Mn. J. Wade Tucker has as her Come and see our comfy WIGWAM slippers. If yon want real . "/' -

guest, Miss Stimpson, of Grand Rapids foot comfort this is the slipper for ,oa. Try them and you'll wear no 7 : 2
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Mich. other. Special at 4*
It1Now"Is'the time to get your supply\

.domestic. On sale Monday at Gil WOMEN'S, per pair -_*.?_________________1____1.50 (

bert's at five cents a yard. MEN'S, per pair -------------__________________$1.75 t
M. D. Wil .returned recently froma *
visit 'to his mother in West Virginia. .
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Cypress field ,boxes for sale cheap. Dutton-Harris Co. Y
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf -
Edward Newton is at home from ,
Lake to spend
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t 1 ',M'! Cacnmbers (per down) __________________2Sc: Yellow "1'.." Potatoes (perpeck) -____-.We: .. \: Next Door to Osceola Pharmacy. .. ./:

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11 parent to make a Christmas a-verj l' .1: >F tal to Young; 'Girl' ]
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&USY VISITING ALL THESE CHILDREN .. practical; hoUda,'. :-If we look back: at ", '
: L : _. c our own. youthful Christmases I is I it "Mr. ....Pt...., when.thirteen :roan

T -Wlif ,1 -. "_ nofc. he-memories__of Sants Claus, the reItJ.w .trl kt".UI.< ...h.*rt.J*" Me._ _

6' r- -; and the nba __ .bad '_had,, to vlaoe.. her
E ; :: .mE - myi$rlous Christina. tree SM we. ..
1k r KHfllMMCE -aome. flre1 crackera. And will you t.4.- wonderful. Christmas morning stockin. bad neap a windowso '
. me a ball and a bat and a mite
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b.i vr; 7 : I .... bring me a Chrlatmaa book. : that stand out most vividly and ,she oovld, ret

; ,.!,: V,, afeetlr1 DelL For the you bring me a b ti..t'L bye pleasantly? After all, Is 'Christmas her bresthOne., .,
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; Klaalmmee. Fla.t
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:Slf9fe' tor..' m. sma.: want Aa Air. RIfe a Board a PI.tie. : element left out' To those who child. she la likely

t l..;. i .- horn, doll Klaalmmee. Fla. have known the old-fashioned Christmas aar"lm
I Preparing Per 'thiL Santa Claue' to fall /dead,
V l"ffiT0lBBBBb modern Christmas is
|"' ; \ :MILLER. I want a air rife I want a aoard 'u_ the very { ... A. friend
VMt. of Santa Claua.Photo want .a cap It4 quite unsatisfactory. Give the little &.'
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r J -ITteaa.:Trew ......... _ :. -. ones as jolly a Christmas as you can. Heart Remedr had ,

I'Vi t : kd": itnt'Cliiu." I Klsalmmee* 71a.t BASSENGER LETTERS. Don't be ashamed of having a. big cured her father. :*

gIf .7w..t"I&Ir, of! skates. I want Christmas tree a Christmas tree fro eo I triad It. andu <)\

blejrole, 'l want a air .Ufl. I want Tried to B. a Heed Olrl. lic and a Santa Claus. The Christmas she began to tm- i r

S I'?;y poor.. t ,wantIla,. train. Pleai. Banta Claus: legends are lovely, and when pro.... Ehe tooka '.
brlnsTme a lItt1.w&ofl. PIe... brine! I am a little girl and I live In Da..11 .- the sure great many bot :i
4 :> .mebaae ball. I want a baa ball and I have tried to be a rood they grow up youngsters are ties, but she la- >\
/ ,...!* I want a flaah llaht. all the year and will try to be It to discover the truth, and a little pared to me te... itJar.

1.5 .9 ;.. I,.L ,.From: roar friend next year. And now I am going : ItIti make-believe won't hurt them now. < a tat. roar !
V BtiDRIDQH HARRIS.. tell you what 1 want for Xmaa.
Its ,;'i( ( _ ..a old fellow I want a large doll I __ Forget about the practical Christmas cheeked .lrl. No on. can imagine thai r

I/ !;' A .,....O'..... ... a .t.r.. '.Jh blue eyea and white curly hair. ,: 'i and give your children a real old- -Met>. .- have .in Df. Jaliaa1, .Hear ''
I ...... .M ' .. Klaalmmee. :Fla.T about 14 incheS hirh And a pret fashioned Christmas. See how much aem...,." A. R. CANON. Worth. Mo. ', I I.t
.. ,......, $adt'C1a4t11: hat and a pretty dress And like it than the other. .
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l.ant a blr dolL And I want a bed'fortb. and atocklnra two a nice The unbounded confidence Mr.
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I want a carrlajce. and want a stove. and saucer and some flre work OFF DANDRUFF. I Canon has in Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy :,
:000d.byd..r Santa Claua will I have to pay for these TAKES .'
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$ '. vT MAROUBRITB DT7KK.i ..? One little toy automobile and HAIR STOPS FALLINGSave by of
-, bed atead other. who know -its j-
i 7'A MlpVv. .. Vnfea. Santa Claus I read this In the paper ralneffjom
: f Klaalmmee :Fla. I don't think you would tell a experience. Many heart disofVersv
Hello : I want 1 .. And Hair! Get a 25 cent Bottleof ,,
Santa Claua: shaving .t. your
.,I waat. nfl and a doll also a doll nice silk walat. color white. On. Also yield;l to treatment, if the treatmentis
i: eartAloe a braelet. And, alao a of atatlonery Santa Claus I guess Danderine right now- right! If you are bothered witH
; necklase and a pano. And a big ball. ; : ; will have to aend our things stops itching scalp. '
And a. box of tea ..t.. And a toy ._ the mall But be sure and short breath fainting spells, swelling
L Banta, Clau_ And.a pony.. Good.b,.. them Be sure dear old fellow of feet or ankles pains about
,
1nZ el: : ". ,Banta. I hope you a nappy Xn a. bye bye. From d 'M'f\ Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
S. thj .From MRS. LUCILB ORIFFIN.I' RCF.:. There once was a doll on a Christmastree. hair is mute evidence of a neglected the heart and shoulder blades, pal '

s1co ,I' P..... Tr fleet Fri.... Write a Few I...... Who sighed. to the angel that hunK scalp-of dandruff-that awful scurf. pitation weak and hungry spells,. i,

', Klaalmmee Fa., HaaaenKer. FMa abo\e. There is nothing so destructive to you should begin using Dr. Mites'Heart
Santa ClauaI .
Dear :
I, Santa Claws. "oh how' I do w lah the would keep the hair dandruff. It robs the hair
'" "i PI_. bring me some. frames And will rite you a few llnea to letou ) as Remedy at once. Profit by
ci \' >'1SI... brIne me a doll And pleaa bring what I would like to have Chrlat- for n> of its lustre, its strength and its very
A swiit lilt I. neat little ,,11'110 love'A the of others while
r 'me a. doll cart. Pleaa bring me a blue I ... I will take a pop gun.! a book life; eventually producing s feverishness experience yoismay.
I' ribbon. And plea. brinK me a rlnir fire crackers and expreBB wag-on dear. little mothir to curl m> lockn e
F :., Plea bring me a braelet And pleaa .a rubber ball and a hat I am To rock me ti. lttp. and to wake mea and itching of the scalp whichif
-. 1 "." 'bring. me. a ,necklace. And acme. ,tea years old and I live at HaaBen- ,i' not remedied causes the hair roots Dr. Mil,.' Heart Remedy le ..I,. cad

4 ci ., 1 : .eta, Ana pleas nrina I ; me a doll bed. .Fla. I will close Oo d-b>'e bantn To. iln'KB im' In ruti. little gowns" and to shrink, loosen and die-then the guaranteed by all druggists.
.From your best. frlrnd I by. American Pr... FromDOUOLAS frocks
1n I hair falls out fast. A little Danderine
; OLIVE ELLA RUTHERFORD. THOMPSON: .\ncl r..d im with milk from her MILKS, MEDICAL CO., Blkhart. laeV
Hil\ r ("up tonight.-now-any time-will surelysave
( ,*' W..t. ....."..... Wben good old Santa Cia Mould Like a Hue of ('..odj.HaBsenKfr -. hair.
KI..lmm.\ Fla. down tbe here Fin '.X Kind littl. moth. r w ho'd\ ne" ,'r sax your \
chimney
; '?*.(. Dear Banta Claus: I Hanta Claua \ ""r.I that wafl anKrnor_ let m;' Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
i f k.' I want you to bring me a big doll need wnate little time am 10 yiarci old and I ii viI..v n fallhoil I Danderine from
:, :.t',' and a doll cart and a trunk and a atove.. Baslnger I have tried to !to. H KI>".1 I \\' i al" ..* It be riadx to lit me piaViIh \ any drug store. You Altoona (Pa.) high school server .
4 ',): And a phieanora And a doll bed stockings to Oil A. soon as .all the >'ear. And will 1r\ to I.. \ ) brlKht lilll.. frli'ndB w I.., Hhouhlf \ I surely can have beautiful hair and lots lunch daily to 1,500 students at a cost

'ij BJ'.-by.. from out of the flreplace' be can I next want year. doll Now 24 I In.will high tll' with\ HI" onie. I In i allVnil '" of it if you will just try a little Dan- of 7 1-2 to 10 cents. There is a net

.: \WI> __ETHEL__ ROGERS loading his pack and In a .. eyes and blue dress I want a >>ox 'tian.e thotiirh th' wonderful I derine. Save your hair! Try itl! profit each year of about $400.

.' / ';rf A W.... \Vltk a Unod SeesXi.simme. eh.e..lct.candy.. and a pin cushion Tin t nut' In !
::\!,, Fla gifts bti Ima .biuuglu can be a rubb'r hall and n ....t <>..r doll. Thai Illlli wax dolls, wl iBh <"innI .-
.
,tDear Santa Claua: red to the time honored .. If you can. I will sure HIM'..- I nil .
.- It. Also fin rrnrkt \il. Th. % 1iei.I, l In i Iklit off, of .
l <;< 'I, I want a wagon with a rood ..at Home < i tl." (ChrlBt
and wooden wheels I want a 22 shot hanging to the mantelpiece ,"" to H<'Ima. I'earce I ..1110 want a utaH t riUnl .
.' ..un. I want a rood knife Ix>vln rly.l the And a doll. trunk Arid a l friend ing to picture tbe bHMk..t Send h>' r LEO H. CANOVKR Place
IThe Where Your
Dime Last Like Dollar
pretty long to be worn .by n doll fin-HH-r and I tl wnfthntaitdSKIMA Youths Companion j

I. Clara Hell W'..'. a Few T..I.... girl who la bnnjIi i tbem up. 1'1'\ I"E: ,

c My dear Banta Claus Klsslmmee.: Fla. she borrowed lurgu pair so Air hUn. 5 11.11 ..d (.boe.ist.lttKsrIFcr ... ..ix.\ rnr-Old >VrIlre.iiauiig.r For the Entertainment I
N of Children the
..j I wish you to bring me a big doll. Fill Kla ,
And ta would nod plenty of room Santa; Claus 1 I .1111' a llttli, girl six \ arK old I
doll cart And Anda
I, j little a atove And a some little candy broom. And presents be biluga Quite" am 11 \'t HTH old 4inl I ha, I 10.1 I l w'.ii'"I i OIl to. HI ml mi' a big doll and
little set of dlshlfa. And doll bed be Kood all th. ear ]Mnn ,111* IN Hit of ,".h'M anil WhiStle and rubber
$ : Thank a With love a young lady slip In. but Santa <].* OuiiltU.N. ow ] ulll ul) M'u bill anil I tin" uoika Hind n.. a carii.it '
)' you. CLARA BELL YATES.. Wino' and t* not easily boo I wan t I. I want air gut, a ml,,' II'' I.., t..tt i 0,1: i I"\ .. From DOLLAR LIMIT L I STORE
; :
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v r ball and H box nf < h..III. BERTIE PEARCE 1
.,' < Net Baakfsil I. Ills W..... \' (l.Yi 1 >'E I' \:0.1; EIS .
7 "'; I-dns; M.nt. 5 2n .... Dell.1tassngr .
"li Klsalmmee Fla
Dear Santa Claua A Dig Tr.l; sad a ........ I A Postscript. Kla .4
: I I.o ,ii S..la. ("tannI :E.A.S 9C-C-: : ::ED:
Haunt E.E.A.L: :
\- "I will tell you what I want I want KlHRlmni* ... tat r I111 I -i- Lrv-E: :
Dear Hantn( .arOAnta: nil /i ui.od llttli girl I ll-ie
2 :.2.a big enaJn with cars on ItAnd I Olnus I Ine.: , ., at
I. Will pli-ane nil am a littlefrlrl onl\ t iw .1\) > \ < arM TIKI M\ name Is Edna Walker
you m '
me a "
|7, want a reinatlnir; cap pistol and 6 roll and lilt I I live at liastH. .> I".. ti. liortl :V\I 'I. '. v'' 0|ld l'laae eend
; I f-A of And I a blc\clf anti a )> riK< H< 'oKt me a SANTA
want
/ cap a play automobile
H loll! ,
f In 'hex CLAUS
< *that has; canonball wagon! and a Are day and I am learning fast I high and a box of candy (
K pedals on It And base .
a
and 1 it hall and, doll ,
been a
.. 'i -', drum and two horn And nuts and a And I want a round thinK rood all the year antx and aend carriage I'lease
!. '.i box of candy. And I want soldiersuit a. rant a. you will push It going to tell you what I want for to EDNA WALKER .
a .. .1-
HOmcthlnK Thank I want a doll 24n..h\ < 8 hlKh
4: [ 1\ and a sword In a case. And a sail Ooud-bjre my old you blue f"\fn and whlti I < urlthair "end by ltr.nr. "'feil.Eiassengi.r. _
{ ? M("',, ,boat with a rudder on It. And I wont trl.nd.HUnl E me 1 'w..nt a nlct, box, of cand\ P1*. -....
> ,
three
skyrockets And I want threw I J'ar Sit <-
nla (lauR
one little cup and ""\I"'r an ' "I roman of candles And I want four packarea -I Eddie II... Aim \'\'..,. a works Sortie will I ha, e to pu> I nm a hlll'.<. gin' and I live In Basln- WATCH FOR HIM ON THE STREETS SATURDAY. !;
< little fire crackers. And a pack- KlHHlmmee, I thea thlnge7 I want one little toy ticr I hn\< tr lid. to be a good girl all
; '\ ,.j 'are" of ,baby Jlnta.H Dear Santa (mu.I .' <- 'Jotlit tie bid nil'/ail the v. ar and l will\ try' to be belter next
1 h-l 'J CLYDE HARRIS wish for candy and fire J \i-ar Now I am going to tell you BIG SPECIAL Heavy Ribbed Underwear OQn
what I
And want I want a doll Z4 In.
? a Wagon and train And
", Baraest m.Tm I W..... high
for boat. with l ila-k l hair and brown
$1 ,\'( 'Dear Santa Claus. Klsalmmee: Fla. . ""a"""on.a I wish And for a also nun a I anil, ,, a whit. ,- ilress I If possible And eyes a ON SALE Regular 50c Value at UUu
; box of chainiate
r I turkey. I wish for a don I candy and a rubber ':
wanta drum. I want a train. I bull And manicure I
you dear Santa Claua I a set And a
., ,want ran. I want a aword T wanta pear of roller ekatra. I wish hnndk..r..h..r. box. And a set of doll
: ': beat I want a ball. I wanta. Bye-bye. and rart Pear Santa Claus JI"m. dlshen and some fire crackers and a SATURDAYand w. hare a limited supply! of this '::'

: ,'.1 dear Santy. bring them for me? By by nice little para.ol. And a djnner ba.-
.
Underwear and it be told
most rifktnow.
'; "j, EARNEST; CARVER. I I'tli Claua. EDDIE ket Be sure and aend It If you can.

: ". .. .-' Send. by relu S.oml to (Miss) Ruth MONDAY It.i I. heavy sad. jut tie tfeiiBf ,
: Wants <. Hear from ssta'' r a doll dreaaer ,
W Alse IVaata aX BI..k....... ,
t -, '. ":' Klsalramee Klaalmmee, and waahstand.RUTH for cool day.. Come !fa all sizes and 4'
> Fla.
'., Dear My d.ar Santa Clauai, UNDERHILL. will be '
Santa Claus: t .' I want a big doll carriage. aold. only SATURDAY aid '
ff I want a tw.nty-two"rUI.. And I doll that BALLS O .1Ii :3T "
:i want .a byclele and a steam 'engine new And can open and FOR CHRISTMAS. MONDAYS ---_______--_____..39c:,
i' isa V\ And 'I want a' aack of candy. And a to eyee.me. My a dear big Santa stove Claus and Home-made balls for wee tots are .

; i little drum and a pap platle and a to hear from made in the following: way: Take two
'. you soon
j ,u .;t watob moovee and picture a little maahlne black board.Your dear And ELLA MAY I pasteboard disks, four inches in diameter TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! ti

11., .tr .nd. DORSIE YATES. with an inch circle cut out of
I A
la Book to Reed O.t Of. \
dte -J(1..1..--....._.,._.-. I Claus I read this In the the center. Wrap colored worsteds all t
.'.:. I Paml Waata N... and Caady. Dear Saut) Claus: I don't believe you would tell paper me around the edge from the center out- Don't forget-we are headquarters for Christinas Toys. No ...t'J:
Klaslmmre Fla BrinK m.? a wagon and a I want one shaving get One until theball ,
wardly in time has the what
;J tk.j. ,' VT' dear Banta want you to bring me a horn waist, silk color white One box ter you want you can find it here. Cone and see them. Bring .
I am writing to you. I want And aone nre, crackrri appearance of a very fat doughnut
some and a pretty handkerchiefs with B In the Children. They will
the
? ;; nuts and some candy. Also a train and I'leaae bring me a Xmas tree cornerS color white Well Santa then with very sharp. scissors cut enjoy display. Come early, before the' f

,. a track and a face and a toy water pandlea And please bring me I guess! that you will have to around the edge carefully draw the best selections are rODe .I
1 ,Thank you Santa Clous Your loving and a light and a bell. Please my things I through the mall. Now !
two disks a trifle apart and tie the Fine line of Chocolate *
boy. Candies
11 : PAUL ORUBBBrlaar a automobile that run.. Santa Claua please send me these'
*d :., '''1 bring :me lone nut and : hb"" .. Good-by honey, an.. aoon center tightly with a cord, remove the (per pound) 4llC :
LW ,. Carrie Bell a Bteryswwk. And bringme' a big o-y ; your little good girl disks and fluff the ball. J
a H Klsslmrove. FIlL read out of l-'leaae bring me a THELMA ALbERMAN.
le 4a Mr: dear Santa Claus: roller akata to skate on. And ... send me come long etlcks of' '
s.d ,I want a doll. And a ring and a cart. a bigbear for me to play .. chewing gum. Please do above PERSONS & RAINEY
.
2 want a play houae Will you bring Please bring; me a cap pistil: .. i
;d4 : ,m..a story book. Bye-bye from brinK me a munky that. Jumps 1 Malaria or Chills & Fever AT THE RED t 1i'
>< > CARRIE) BELL HANSELL down. Pleaae bring me a dog Woodrow Wilson Writes. FRONT STORE. I
with. From loven .
tb &...t :JV, :( Bye-bye, My Dear. your JIMMIE frlnd. Santa Claus: Bassenger Fla Preecriptioo No.(88 Is prepared especially .........-:-

7 7/ Ji", r Klaalmmee, Fla. am a rood little boy I live In for MAL.AIAOICHILL5 eV FEVER
0 My: dear Banta Claus: Waat a Ro... Oat rltr.Klaalmmee. .... My name la Woodrow Wil Five or dx doses will tarvak any ease, and

.O y"' I want. you a doll and a doll cart. I Dear Santa Claus Walker My age la two years old. If taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
..' wish yon would bring me a tea aet.H : .. send me a bugle and a wagon .
11 p ; and swatch. I want a doll bed and a I wanta a doll and a cart. some candy. Pl.... send to return. Il acts oa the liver better than
..J doll trunk. I want a lltle pine. B. want a house out lito. Will you WOODROW WILSON WALKER. CeloateleUMi doe not fdpCAiC* *rck*a. 34 X&stYfflJusta
bring It. My .d.ar'Santa
.t i aure and briar me a pretty dolL Santa Claua
-, >. nleaaav bring me a Chrlatmaa tree and I8ABBLL! < 1 .
,,. Iwo oandle sticks a. two candle Bye- _
d.n wm , bye. Bar dear 'LOUISE .JONES rirmmo Bring Me a L.tt. Head "
'
Klaalmmee.
: _
it': (. ..t."f, : -_ .mm Bar Gam.v My Dear Banta Claua. -Thi ,
T. .
, < . I want to please bring'me
00 .4.. XI_......., Fla. you '
4 - -, > I want a. train.. And I want a alad. you to pl.... bring me a little Few
emd I want .-ear run. Good bye-bye. I want you to please bring me SUPERIOR SERVICE
I want you to please bring
I'j VANATUA CHURCHWELL.t .
Please bringme a book mW COURTEOUS TREATMENT
t ; .. Baatasera' Ilia Waatsw please bring me a little plno I Days

;:. Klaalmmee, Fla. you watch pleaee. !Tour bring dear me little a little rai

Dear Santa Clans: PATSY .'
,..," I.I want a drum and a burle. I. /
I. want a knife and a kite. I. I want Briar a Warea and *' And Christmas will be here. ) i
? L a little ehlpa and a boat. 4. I want a Dear Banta Claus: ? \
r.,.or and a waron. I. 1 want a byolcle Klaalmmee 1t1/A; ( //i You, perhaps have been unable C '
'
: and: SM me skates. '1. I want anm nUts I want a byclele and a drum. I 2 to find JUST what wanted
.: ''and' '. I S &j you
same ndy., I waat aume applea a run aad I want a dor I \4 (
I dwa; ,, .and eume cake I. PI... brlnsT me a wagon :10'nf.t. I want I ''r for a gift to the ONE party that r
?! oawboy suit. t. Pleae briar 'm.' a and .: : And n.1 t\It/ -
1.|).... ball suit. By-by. : ', Santa Claus aoard and I want no more What Better Gift? .( you are most interested in. YOU ..
,
L'r X '
? '. >- ? PLBSH JOHNSON. loving CHARLIE ; invited .
'5are visit
;''. -, : ., ---- a- to our store, we have what you

.d ,VmmmXm".. 'mmmtm ...... He Gets T"_. Very Few W..ta Here. / want. The most magnificent stock everything '
t Klaslmmee Fla.i . '. J>ear.Saatatl Dear Santa Claus: 1' usually found in a REAL Jewelry Store. (U __ _
wo i 1'.1 want a nice sword. And .1.0. box I want big doll a doll cart You cannot think of anything for ..1'i -
81* --4,' .f'tl.. And Santa I want a rood twd and a horae. Bye-bye e children's Christmas
1 your that will Instill ,
i ran. And e rood toy'train." And! etaoa FLORfE BBLL -
pJo H; >ball.? thank Fo..tor the toye-be- more laating and valuable} habit.
Id ,. '. fore I get them J Don't Ferret a PrI.t._ : ;
;: 'r\- FRANK 6TPWB1Tr laLAl1QBLtN Klaalmraee. : of thrift than an account with the i// ant:1nd
- Dear Banty: :
aUa_ Bank of KIMiII _
1..MsI .
. ',W.... Uke.m mt .( tHekva. Will you pl.... bring me a -
I nfgbt, JC ., : Klaalmmeev, FI"., train. P).... don't forret to \ Silver Gold and Platinum Jewelry Watches
!,I Dear Santa,Claus: .' .. ..."- *. i. printing pl'.... Tour dear teachea them to save and deposit '
-h-' t-want a doll tr.. want a frank. 1 ,, friend. WALTER their money regularly.New and Clocks Cut Glass. Hand Painted China. -c.
4F1 .'
want a dresaed. a buysick.SL -
Tb.Iss. "., rant-a I 'want a ,doll cart I Alaaa Ukee a Talking .accounts are cordially invited. Sterling Silver and Plated Silver Chests of \ :
.jiaat.aome candy. I-want ,,'rin.:, I ; ,- Klaalmmee.
Jfjant! "a doll btw_ .1 'want a.set of Dear. Santa Clans: ji $lver. Toilet Articles and a large and elegant '
er .. .Mr 10Y1nr.Ip.f Panta lue.Thank I want ;you to briar me a 4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on Saving I .
; raL I ;rm "* ; .jrrom _n-'op.n sad ahefher' eyes Aecounta. ; stock of Novelties. c .
wherc I ...... AflT.. POWEEI.1! : lieU. etore., And a little tea .. .
. a little. bracelet. And also a j
" f.ialo p...ii. 11..0-: ; idlr.. Jin .It. 'cart. And a little locket for 1

;,dosing _"I .:aKlaalmmee..,.:Fla.Baata And a' bracelet for my doll. W. H. 'Bcckwith
l_ Claoee:. - hope my doll ,can talk. and "Arthur & Donegan '? Jewelry Co., .
prKWeaverri
\ 'writ ,brlnr me a drnrat i..iid.brTnv and. .m.mm.. By. by Banta ; b, .
Sd to v ...i. me and Indian eult.. Plea ALIL\.. '
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to"beT ... ,. .President.., St. .TAMPA FLA ,
r me an air rlfel.- Brine eat \.J. 1' .; ...., : .I/J J1t; ,, . ,. ,..
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.Jlee. .' .. won. .. .
familiar .And av .sp. wagon* Bring Eidag U .. '. -F-
r .... and eadlev And pIcas bring .'- .K1s.Imme... -. .
pple. 1... suit and .a aoard and a plea > Dear Santa aa .1 -- '" .
F 1 Jiibo. platel...... From your true : I want you to bring me a I - Iv k .1.:

before you -. cyce and a. sprees. waron. And) i 'r - ,. __ _

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[ENIENTOF FARM TALKS* [ from county eommiulonen for. .ooo.. ..' ..'t.. .'*. -. .
Column: .Forward trie,light and. power plant. '
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' ; coy SHOWS UP WELLOrlando r . . _, Plant.CltJ'-flant" .

: CITRuSCROP BY B' E.'[YANgTION'AGENT' ,. -I i FRESH"REPORTS OF PROGRESSFROM.THB Power company, will don le.capa'danty '!, r'
.f;electric light plant
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.. .' -. ., ia..A.. S. Eldredge, agri- OF: FLORIDA,1'Wausaw : : j Six hundred Rea. ol. laadT., .
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c. '. ---_-- 1'-7', ....- "" DKMONSTRXr eultural and commercial statistician- : : St.'* Petersburg Noel: A.. Mitcfc.& l i J th fcjrnkj;.; a d'Tn.car.fI :; ;,
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, FRORIDA''CITRUS Orange_county.-.presented the: let contre<* itiIre1ed.r1eJ1P1 -i'
SHIPMENTS WORKING UNDER J.; "W. $lrnltL iI f ',
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commissioners late yesterday a volum manager ;; .
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[Car moved last; week-_____..._1480 SUPERVISION OF,UNITED inous report *ettlaa; forth in detail the Planters' Trading Co., and other will 1'ahrs.plant ] capacity 600 "' ''' '' -- "
Care morel' week before I't..1188 STATES DEPARTMENT OF products of the county' for the-year establish. brick plant.Commissioners . . '. i ''tier's.. of'i4ijti'Z."'Z.b90TbOA, '
[ Total ,tjv.lMt Saturday.Jacksonville .;;_-.r;__8704i AGRICULTURE. ending June 80, 1914: . Fort Pierce-St.'' Lucie county-wiU .... > : :?! '..,; . ",

i Fla'".The citrus 'fruit Bog Cholera. Some of the most important; items erect building of at State Florida Institutionswill Hospital;. Fort complete Pierce road 'running south. I .from m3ei lIak*>'frwil.'Wffl** .

movement last week amounted to The modern method of treatment covered by the report are a* follow: for Insane for tubercular: patient .+ .., f .. i ,1li'truborilti'a wW.,:N e

1,218.cars of orange and Z4I2 'car of of various- diseases to which the *nU Oranges, 650,085crates; value . Key West-City conteMplatea'l"a ,'.l* a growing 'more'''rali.4 :
grapefruit, or I, 480 can of citrus trial as well a. vegetable kingdom are $670,027. St. Augustine-Raymond Sabate from Modem factory to South Beach; .. ,"
of unit for the state. The shipment susceptible are to remove the cause. Grapefruit, 52,862 crates; value, $79- will erect additional story to building city '?engineer estimates cost 43000, :; able'o et !daY:,Now.!I.timUbor. .,,t o
oranges * far this season are It ii a repetition of "An ounce of 87160. on Treasury street, for apartment; f : .." ',Tenw.' ,
4.M7 car and 2,129 car of grape- prevention is worth Install electric light: interior cover- TampaHillsborough county win r
fruit. a pound of cure. Sweet Potatoes, 18,840 bushels; val- ad with ornamental sheathing. eonatmct on Plant f ,

Ow1ng'to"the' adverse weather con In order to prevent; an outbreak of ue, $18,952. . City-Knight Stan road. 6' mile*; : I S.J.6B1FFII! I, ORWGO;J4 ;, 'i .
ditions shipments arrived on northern cholera In your herd it is necessary Hay, 1,1171-2 tons; value, 22230. Fort Myers-Lee County Invest- also let contract to pare road to .
market last week in poor condition. to keep the germ which causes. the Cucumbers, 20,835 crates; value, ment Co., will build 600-ft. pier at Thonotofsassa; brick paving., length I '1'f"\ 4 *' }
disease
This was the result off your farm. foot of Poincianna In Poin- 9 mile*. '
of the damp and $18,676. avenue, ., 'H
.
t _
Buzzards
Carriers of CholeraIt .
a* ;'
rainy/;weather' which prevailed from Tomatoes, 35,048 crates; value $46- cianna Park. ....
December 1 to 5. Thia weekLweather has been proven beyond the '* ".. .'" ""'''''," .:: .... ,
e condition are much Improved the shadow of a doubt that cholera can 144.Poultry, common variety, 42,705 Clearwater-Dock-Town will con-
be
nights are cool with bright carried from one farm to anotherby head value, $23,190 better struct puhljc dock. I " ,
sunshiny\ ; ; grade, .
days. man, bird, dog or stock, but of 1,38, value, $982. s*" N '

There is a steady demand for fruit all the sources of infection in Flor- Eggs 221,630 dozen, value $57,051. C dar Key Cedar Keys School ,
ida
the buzzard is without doubt theworst.
atirnoderate prices and the cool wear Milch cows, 732, value $37,166.: district has p\ns for school; 2''
th the put wek has This statement can be proven Milk stories; 6 rooms.
he materially by the following experiment whichis 367,075 gallons; value, $146- VOkechobee
the market. Fruit of the beetS
recorded in University (Florida) 074.Butter T. A. Bass Fisheries
and
ity pack find -
S ready sale. 34,557 pounds; value, $13-
Record, Vol. IX, No.1: "We madean
arge distributors in Jacksonville 624. company, will build. 80-ton. ice plant. ,
4 experiment feeding a buzzard on
know that the, cool r
present weather
will the a hog that had died. We collected Jacksonville-Port Commissioners,
help fruit to arrive I
markets in particularly. on the the fecea and mixed that with con- charge to the farmers of the state, in M. Corse, chairman, will construct E
good
for the holiday trade. believe shape densed milk and fed to young ig8. compliance with chapter 6167, Laws storage warehouse on piers previously y
that under normal conditions They that The same food was sent to H. K. of Florida, 1911, and although recommending noted in terminal construction, to
an ford, a Philadelphia company, MUI-I the administration of hog cost $1,500,000. ?
average moderate price for the . .
rest
of the season will be maintained. killed every pig they used it on, cholera serum as a preventive of hog Zellwood-Zellwood Florida Farms \ ffiii 1111 i1
it proved we were working on cholera, does not guarantee the vac-
do
They the not expect fancy prices for lent, stock." Another way the buzzards cination of hogs against hog choleraas company, capital stock $2,000,000, or- '
The season.Florida spreads the disease is by carrying an absolute protection, and that ganized; will drain about 20,000 acres ----.7-z '
Citrus
Exchange has low-lands in Lake and
Orange
coun-
undertaken the germ on its feet. A hog KO far as the State Board of Healthis : h
to systematic registration cholera and is ties near Zellwood; let contract to -
develops dies eaten concerned, the merits of the vac-
of all citrus groves in the state. construct canals, dykes, bridges, etc.; ,
by the buzzards before the owner cination, as at present established,
The exchange has not confinedits knows there is cholera in the neigh- must be the sole recommendation for requires excavating about 100,000 HELP ,
/ HE CITY
registration to its members but will borhood. The buzzard flies to an- its use. yards material; reclaimed land to be OLE
try to take in every citrus grower in : developed for farming.Sanborn .
other farm, and there, walking aroundin "The owner-applicant further agrees
agency the state through regardless which of the the marketing the hog pasture, .the germs are and promises to report the results of : --J. II. Norfleet and others THE/LIRE FOOD PROBLEM
grower brushed off its feet and in a few the treatment of vaccination to the will build sawmill.
may dispose of his fruit. There is no days a second center of infection Is State Health Officer of Florida Jacksonville .
cost and ho obligation on the part of established and we wonder why. I at the end of the month." Safety Harbor-S. E. Talmadge

the grower blank.when Bearing he fills and out nonbearIng a registration - In the name of the hog industry of The city is clamoring for all f
other
Osceola county, if for no reason -
groves are to be listed. One of let us get busy and eliminatethis 1--- 60098aS'PP00440 OOOot; OOOO9000 OOOO O
the
many advantages that a completeand raise--chickens
carrier of one of the most dreaded you turkeys
thorough of the *
registration diseases of the business.
groves will afford is in giving dependable Prevention by Inoculation. South Apopka Citrus Nurseries fruits vegetables
honey
,
figures regarding the increase Single Treatment (Serum Only.) eggs, f

There have in production been many in estimates this state.as This the method same principle of prevention as vaccinationfor is basedon milk and meat. Supply the city'sdemand

to the total number of trees in the The leading varieties of Grapefruitand
smallpox, serum treatment for
state, but. none The of Packer.them has been dependable. pneumonia, typhoid fever, colds and Oranges. The finest trees at the and deliver at their door
other ailments to which the human the lowest prices. :

family is subject.In Send for Free Catalog Now-Today by express. Every one wants the f
FLORIDA OUTLOOK broad terms we may Ray that
the serum is diluted blood of a hog Address
that has survived an attack of chol- things the country can give whether

FOR STRAWBERRIES era. This treated blood is injectedinto SOUTH APOPKA NURSERIES

a hog that has been, or at the OCOEE FLA. they can live there or not. r
present time, is exposed to cholera
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Jacksonville, Florida-Strawberry and the animal thus treated is ren- ooooooooooooooo.ooo .oooo
shipments have started to move from dered immune for a period of three .., Send the Country to the City '1-
the different sections of the state. weeks although it often lasts longer. I -T Our Rates are Low .; t

The first refrigerators by express Double Treatment (Simultaneous Our Service Sure I
were shipped from Plant City Robert Inoculation.) CHRISTMAS .AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAY t.I
Daniels shipped one refrigerator to The same serum as explained above "
Philadelphia and E. W. Wiggins shipped is used with a second injection (simultaneously YOUR SATISFACTION ASSURES,. *'j'
>ii
one to New York. The price paid ) pf blood taken front a Excursion FaresVia i ;
was 35c per quart f. o. b. Plant City. hog sick with tholera. This treatment Cheap '
These shipments were followed by usually gives immunity to the animal SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY

eight other refrigerators last week to for one year; but there has been con- the .
.r 'I,
different cities, two refrigerators siderable dissatisfaction and com ''
"Serve the Public"
:
going to Storch Brothers at Chicago. plaint among those using this method, ,
The outlook for the berry season in and it should not be given unless the 'Atlantic .. ..s' vc4t iv .
this section is very encouraging it is party giving the treatment is thor- Coast LineThe '4' \'

believed that more beries.wil be ship- oughly familiar with it. .. .1 :
'pedrf rom Plant City:: this Reason than Results of Treatment. .1'f
In any previous year in the history of The results of the treatment are Standard Railroad of la. South. ', :
always In direct; proportion to the
berry raising. '
At Dover the Strawbery Growers' care the hogs receive after treatment. Ticket will be on sale by the Atlantic Coast Line to point Southof I 'i':

Association received 160 new refrigerator Although it may be said that herds the Ohio and Potomac and East of the Mississippi Rivers, including r I.,,'
which is their first given either the single or double treat- ::
boxes, installment -: Washington. Cincinnati. Evansville and Cairo for trains December
have with few exceptions, "
which ment very ...
boxes
of 400 they ,
dered. The fruit started to move or :I given favorable results and thus show, 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25 and 31, and January I 1. limited t '. ..

from that point this week and there' in (comparison with check herds, that returning January 6; and to many points in the Northwest and Southwest j ,

will be daily shipments from now I inoculation is beneficial. on December 19 to 24 inclusive, and 29 to 31. inclusive, with ---H '
the
until the close of the eason. j i I In giving either treatment, par- I .- 1 y
: the inoculation nor the state limit of January 18. Also to Key West and Havana Decemeber 17. ,
At Sarasota, in the Manatee section, ty giving ,
r ri4ti
and Wauchula, Arcadia, Fort Myers assumes any responsibility, as it 20. 24 and 27. with limit of January 3. 1915.

and other points on the Charlotte shown by the following agreement} For further particulars schedules reservations, etc-, apply to

Harbor division, heavy shipments! of which the owner-applicant is requiredto Ticket Agents Atlantic Coast Line or address
berries will be made during the sign:

coming season. Reporters; from these Agreement."It J. G. Kirkland. T. C White -.r. ,
understood between the
is
hereby
sections state that berries are of Unusual owner-applicant and the State Board I Division Passenger Agen. General Passenger Agent

size and are ripening_ .---fast. of Health of Florida, that the said Tampa, Fla. Wilmington, N. C. OOLLIIO': t; )
Opportunity knocks but once but State Board of Health is distributing ---
It's different with the human knocker. I and administering this serum free of I

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Diversified<< Planting's! Are .aen. Plantings!

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Fib sad. A-tM CroBt.w.Di.er.isatM.huka I..e reraa.oe.l 1SIaad..Trees Mere sad Attractive Shrubbery Make 1M IIeae Do Your Xmas Shopping! i in Tampa:

V FUmfcafc. ew.w.l.l -rnnfl I.upctr knl mtf TW tadktom tlmOmt"*.".. :
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r _f... ro plJ-vimp. nn.d.d wMi bwHtllMl pry Iwb.d- ,
lsr<. Salt Shell recaasSU. .AI Bas or Beef (GriSq' lleidelUl7 Tress.re Tt.te4.TrW sad 14a.e.aw '. i
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PALMETTO'S IMMENSE I BEANS NOW ROLLING 714. profs Cram_ia_NerlWra law taws llsriaa.Srtsr _. I I I Giving You the Advantage of Much' Large ssorb.' ;

VEGETABLE ACREAGE AT GRANT FLA. :;:
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-- AU<*._-___ menu and Best Qualities at Lowest Prices
Palmetto, FlaT-The first cars of Grant, Fla.-Growers at this place J.;-; ;__ niiiii __ -
i rnnii iiniGriBaf
lettbce moved out from this section are shipping beans now at the rate w 'it ti ..II"-- aid _ byrwo..bl.aw *
(last week for northern markets, the of 30 to 40 packages per day. Thereare -r.-
orls.4'a 11..T...lek with!
first car leaving on November 30th, about 80 acres in beans for win- N" R' Service
Mktta
,{\ and the second car Wednesday, December ter shipments. The cold wave of November C*.ta r.dw..1 km A.Mp. We Pay Your Fare y
; 2nd. The stock was good. 22 put the back about I' -.draewlMM a.eawa =
crop p5(5( g -
will gradually ==.::._.41.1 :
Vegetable shipments ten days and killed some of the bean. I d rdTb.prwdc..
j' increase from now oil until the season in the low places. There will be :i U/Il N. -a..ia.-_ Wm rd A _-_ r
". Is. atfit* finish, during the spring beans, peppers and eggplants moving Na r..erib TLa..wa.www..t._ : as b.-i tai*w..11.Y.M.w. '
( monAs. The Palmetto section has from here all winter if there should Mar W Ira..asiMw_, .

\ the !largest acreage In its history. be no freeze. I I' Grlfflaeutber. MEMBERS }

SEBASTAIN HAS GOODVEGETABLE There will be 20 acres of tomatoes Jati.asvftl e, IWdi' W. H. BECKWITH JEWELRY CO. TURNER MUSIC COHPAKT.

ACREAGE for April shipment. DAVIS SHOE CO. MAAS THE,.HABERDASBEK> :. F

.1* about .DAWSON THORNTON.FALt'S TAMPA FURNITURE Ca, -1 "
), Sebastain Fla.-There are WINTER'VEGETABLES How To, < I
;,,22.000 boxes of grapefruit and or- t ... J
'
,anges her this season; Most of the AT MICCO FLA. ....-... it a'fwtllt"": .:.' _ ,CLCNN>: SHOE COMPANY. MAAS BROTHERS WOLF BROTH{ERS: 'jy r. ( i

'shipping J* by express and is done by .......eel tAMtertll..... e i . .. \'." .
Independent A few solid.carload Micco, Fla.-There are twenty acre CbU ea tab 1&w __ .......it Ie 0. .n "''1\1.\ '"

. are moved grower"..kly. There are of vegetable for winter.,..shipment at Also.--.IF....... ..m.i.d to achtlta... -who--es..d4nbi -- ,.. Merchants Transportation: Association TAMPA FLA; '
v. t dt twbot* t ftV"cr: iLijyj-g VtAM i nnCiOBJ this ptacai TheY* wjlf,be &fe acrs. ............wYIagatlag....-.TIy .. .

; \crop.J..r'from 800 to 2,600. 'of tomatoes planted. for,lprini: ship -It W seat Ask*tar..-T" -...arlaliutl.d <>.<.<.yockMy..
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11 ri r I : gun c; u. J1I' iua road, tiroeat MAu Im 'p.. .. .',.SWdrj.... :J :" \; ..
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I \ ; :troo i Is t ]UG'fuLgaorea % 60. ItPr __bier __ U l'Q ; J y.y. t ..:
JF JL dr, H.19.Ake I" ; ''oaov..s 'tA: .e, _aooit ,
V w i' n 1\\: _.__. ___,:__ THE 1 POST OFfl ......... _... d.UU.' \'
a. Le 4i.-.m'ii i..i;aa _ 44..L21i0 ClMuoola- -.kaad-Mosyttalr-oi.. 1..m A lode.lot.4ulu.4
1. b CoiintfCofflinisslonerscj] Woman'svrld J. A. MoC-irthey, cost In Jua ct. '. ration OUt Job nion -_,__ -4!.. SI.15 :
{r J?, R. Kvan, awr. agent' _- 31.60xta Winner A tax col .80 D 1, 91 .
W. A .U Plant, lights Nov. 14.*S F A x>f 1 .:. K1sa1 urge FIs1,
l lending
::1:1ttt tar m' / e ''Fla.':D.a 7 1111. i , Orfceola.10 pJ'.YI.Journal. pr..j au al.per to. -dirk. -I 5.00r" %6K. J .J\'of.t'LtaCppp' "8."mt c mP' iM + -j M Aeve yed c nOr let e, III 191/tn. 1 P Y ; ,t'
d ..I'fd "t A t h
,f Pr..min Gait pu
,s Il ,I$4 rh' It. .r"LhIfB.Wd" iNsir tad1'1. O4" re. Joh o Mallard l t1tle / ttpaMattle ,

Ns at.f a t f1 n;U1et H. Arnold Jcolraon. of Beaton. Jl'r n'U \ ntH; atw r.TtlU 'J'{ . or rnk. ats. Mary ; otter, S9oJLa2AJB1J3
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I :. V. nter A. 11' Baa Tel i "' ljR\IInI"! "" ;'i i;";" 'R: B...." W. t'W.lk.i Clomml.elon i . .1 '..' '. M4.16 1 pan), .lWli>plJ.a tP\ t __ _ _ _ 25.1(1( t nJ: (
Mna 'W..I. ... nlyTattpr an poof farm ____. __ _ 121 III Mr.. l >alay Johnson, strip Hof
/MrsJ4,1.24.yCrlh.Mr
tl. + !.,I Lw'00eistlmOiaNilsilMl/d X ra qp T.. It. V armor Capt. of ....nI. 80.011 land fur sand pit 26.00Slfi / I 1 t OrktbiU. Fred, 4ark.-f.J3.ifeV ,
'., ', TM.mtaa 1>t. th.r ... 0A :Randolph Younjv WpUr to Smith lirswdv, haul 'Ibr Yoe oo SB leaver H W '
n" .OM'01__.......,'l.t,to 4Inhg7. road gang _ ._ 495 Stale Manic of Klsstmmloan. \ reler, bile. Maggie I'O), I, 4>os4anaatrCAMPHOlt ....aaawwaaaa\eNeNaah 7
Th"'mat"r mule feed 17.27 _,_ I It. J.SLM
/ "" qty oen the "ubI Randolph Young. road fund -----, -- >.I/Ol.OI/
INSURANCE
", 2 aoISl A r..al..ol, /rNM.s..31U.1: ToJtay Haaa Oa h to toad gang; 1&>.1)1'i Htatt' Rank of K ..Imm.-. Int ,
<+- tA" ; ( P. U, "4)romartlefl K.a.alnini Wagon Works. re on limn warrant 6667 O)NY. FARM 9
an.. Uifr"'U.k. ,.....&C.lJlrAs.F.,itlbb pair., on co wagon _ 860W I H J. (Uulnn(/ payment on patmIIIK > IN THE UNITED STATES
I' preyas1ttn t..e dU..n. of 8h1J\lfI B MaklriBon Co.. vuppllea to Ml rt house .._ ._ 271.61I'al.l !
If' re0kr ..n".n..nt.AlGU'rMt\. tesprew road gang 21'0! <' . Satsuma Fla-The camphor plan- of Titles
"} entD. ,", Pad irPugh ..ho.. J. Leonard Kuard _ 36 (HI "a. rant were ordered ranceled this to dintll! Examination
; tation at began
'( a "..I"'leloW nh.Et C. B Simpson. guard 36011(... from thenrtoun funds HH point .

:' ; b _rIP[ t) I dt.cuwe& AV. 1C filbert guard 15 "00 <:<-nerul revenue _ rOllO"1 camphor last week. Last year over
J't tll\ft" MI.'CW".an bartleS .1In..p..d Barn HodK m. guard __ . _. 35 00 Koad fund 10,000 pounds of gum were turned Specialty.
j jtar cooqtr a ....; Arthur \\ nrrfii. guard 15 00 I Fine and forfeiture 6fc6 12
"; thr'dMrd; .. t orp"--urge; 0 V. Anhton, ,nui'>t > ondNKI..HlmnH "600L I out This i* the only camphor farm
Ito \I' emberc U A. U.. 1911. esker, .. Hot WkH wood to I Tax tolltitora leport tf licenseabuwed I in the United States and contains
n'tI.p ordered 'aald' road closed] noun bourn . _ h 00' th*. folluning S12P2& general of trees About 600 trees '
lad o Wtierfupon. .on motion duly secpnd..4 \Vatf-ra A "arnun Oro "u sup tollected and $18600 auto collected I 2,000 acres Correspondence Solicited. 4
b '. and carried. thifoHowInrtnolotToaj\ .pJlffl to road gang 22276 Tax ,,.I1."r.a poll tax rt.port Bhow will be planted this winter.
{ J }.a. paaud'to-wit r "\\ Ht..re (arsion IIn+). < o mule ..d $47 00 i'oil*', ted
.J I Wh.r.aar OB, >*p..mber J. 181 !. th< f..d. . . .. Ir.7 7b Tr."auTl'r'a report showed the fill -
;r- t'pard'-of. vaunt commUsloncn by rf*, ( >". cola) llclw <*o HUppIl* n to lon IIIK lalarttea on hand l .e< embr 1
13._4 fi I I' 1914n..r..1
Glutton attempted to close a roan run road gang A
"I Bins; by P.d TI.on.. the board nndlng ]. H IiiKi-am d..p BhfHlTa to
,
t.--4. ,wa> ,not snaparly d.. rlert.un Nov 8 1600 r*">" nu" $269(0 x71''ine
scribed and tbd nn notice of the In. L II Ingrain. < 1) < t coal 1000, and forfeiturehool 2.9 5 HI1B
4'1f to Close the aame was pub J. H InKram con( In ('t rt 184 K6 HiK fund 75
-floes hereby upon motion duly J. H I n K ram. ff of prix 123 20 ..ad fundpullliIlN 1 ('fi
Eton and .seconded th. same bring Mcl'rorsy < report
..usly,,iia rrlB>d, ra>.I.... said resolutloatimada Ildw Co pup 1..0 jail 32 45SO H HI' -Jo 1 1 406 1C FORDCARS
H H H No SS
2 fit
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on December 1. UI STaer o'.ralr..I. rtr rep
'x21F {' ,,, board also Tison p I M nd Mt a in p. 6 ino '. H HI'l No 3 320 Sf
/mnro.mMi.. .. H H l P No 4 1 15* 09
;. baa -,ma4a, o upon It Stanford < 0. Blip to roodgang
00M
4 3 H H I' So 6 3 ((09
a aid; l.eIbell..ln. the road to haveba .
1 a legally closed doea ,"r.b) airrec. I Will "Htcwart fish to road gang H HI. No II 217
.. 1v. Mr. Tlaon the sum of 126 oo J :/: K tbernon. drug to rd gang 9 hf
,
NtH Fdi fo 12 a Total) 19 H2R 9f
k4 ".00 to place on each aid* of aaldroa ft HvruptOKftriK I
.
>d running through hla aald land n ( : \\ AHhtoti UaniH n"t.r load l lI Th. r. bring, no further buslnt aa In + '
Toe4 fane ; provided Mr Tlaon makes I Jo"V roll) 143 11 fore tbt hoard I motion for adjournment. = =
WJ'; a warranty dead; : to the board of countyaommlaalonera Fd Keen,M. meat to read. gang 1 76 ran made and duly seconded when I' :
1 the 'land In question L IIarm..r.. ft pd for <'o 4 60 upon tb. board adjourned to mel I
yYr and upon lpttO sstd dead tha clerk I [ J I I. Ha ricrav r. Nullo pan in'r 273 again In regular s*.aalon on rut la\ ,It, I
Tf la Instructed to turn over aald warrant T Marbli. vl siro hurvePl 3 no Jarlua; lilt I I
to Mr. Pad TI.on. Mr. Tlaon and hla 1\ lamb work on road 1 8 T, F: \. LESLEY'
f attorney bsint present accepted the.proposition :Seminole: I J'h..rrnary. drugs. to Chairman
f la of the board. ;and: nursed rand K a 11 K 4 to Atttst J 1, iVKKSTHKKl( ; JUST ARRIVED .
1ny to at once rive the board of county J .r I 1'adgtl. meat to. road. gang 4 f.M t'Irl k J' "
} commission a warranty dt.<.d to the iiii"wy I J I I. HnrK''<' sup: to rd: wang 17 tf
IbgiF land In dispute' K 1. Hr I lit trot 1 pd fact; freed and -- - -
te Mr Alec Bronson: appeared before I ; I uuvt iiifv 'on rf'to. ., 16 ltd"', C'I'IKI'S SHIPMENTS Two carload of new J'ord.. A Bomber of then are already told.
the board In the Intereal of Mrs Dalav I I. H \\ alk. loot ZII
Johnson and stated that she.. and her I I. s J<'hriH.' nxlntcnu0. r 26 (ill \1 MANATFrX: Fit.I
husband. 8 fl Johnst, Mere wlHInK Smith I:I 4 111( ,.pi:riIt'I, : :, mul.n Poll: : Give ui your order DOW, si this shipment will not last loaf.
to make deed for public road right of I Sam M ont Kdo< a ina In t.'na ti" COO...
to b % y 7- 11"-nrMi Knight. t bu bo !lug fur' .
way and Includ a d'foot atrip ManaU< Fla About 11,000: box
uaed as a sand pit for the gum of l I i < pot I I, lH r, ,M,' We are prepared to deliver you your car on demand.
? ,,1 ] $6000 whereupon 110. .board' liistrutt \\ in. I Ma r )h.., 'onia' "n I 1"4 of orxnffis and grapefruit wire mod
; ed the clerk Itt urea fl,.rant fop n sip' ailment Sao; ,., uu" last wok Since the late cold 'n.."
name, aald warrant ,U' I.. d'II\'I'r"d tt Tl l I. < ..lKei ,1ustlllpns\ :i5110: ..' .
thi fruit, "Iul ( x< eltnt! shape. shox\
f .I I 1 I'' Plinio' . pf 1 10",U ofwept f fs
the said arantora 11vert of drnd xani'
attA,.. Judge T M alur.lr'upon mini! 1 t-for: III:, , |"tf.i T.I n r i \ ,1" ,nu,,' I l nj ijood' ( t.loi,
r [ & PRATHERBROADWAY
LUPFER
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board and atntttl 'that' lit bad n op'i
of tb. acts tif lMi7 Harm. I.. (In..: III.* -
1.yi only cop In Ih. < purl, Ii",line 'Ihil
, needed tf It. r bound' 111 "1 naked, them, Photo Americnn Press ABBOclatlon1IUH '
r1 tn authorlzt him it, hate I H' il,,'" The BUSINESS COURSE at STETSON
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whereupon "" nu.tin?, mad n il dials II AltNO1 JACKHUN s
aecond and, 1 nrrtt.tl h. M HH Ii"MI" t ,n,' ted
to haw the Maid book rehoondThe I ,,, I* Every one ha, heard t Hint H.toll'' NIA't1711. '11Itai,. I I... I ,," la( I norm r 'Puiuap,, .,,,I, I"< a month, ,, Ii dl\I dual Iistrn ..
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bourd took recoan. until] 2 01' fi in, tln l\ ?"( .. Krndunlta t>nl\ ? .
t P'M I The hoard m t nt 2 I' 'in" til I i" 'soy l I'ad"i ii inUllpit but' that a Hi.ton I \ ,loiiimtiital Iturat mhrnl' ng' Ron I.In'" burg Itiisn. ,, Ha \Tltltmttl. ..
present woman should early away the Kiurils) I'umm.i .ic''nil 1an. "Itnmnnablp. Mualnias hiiKllali. / Kapid laltulntlon! offlitI f'

r. Hon.V T Hot'" i lax, "0"00',, Ill| from the .fiortswonii'n ofthi' "lIt" l, I I'p In f.., Spt I 111 l l u>g .. .} } :-r: t { {-: :-r:-}t.{ + r s-7 : t {.O:}.:-:.-:-:----:-::.++<+.'-Ooo.t +++++-'.-++++4"
.. 10",1 vud 1 Iglu ,1 ( II An Ad"c.d C..nll' ill )
prai1.: L b-for 1 t Ih ; ' i Course ml' ?' (t "b.h'e' d I IJ..kh..I'II"lIdlllnll" i i
vlr them-fn---put> him purl! if I lip I.a 1 I.",,, "ii uiilr\' is worth noting, /( I hi' l.uh \ AilMrtlalncIIT
due him for nminlHHton un I h. 1M14 who nihie\ci, ] this fiat is Mrs II Ai A nitclal Banking''curl* :1.:

asaeaanit, lit, \\hinup."r, "" .", ",,1..t" milt) laikson a mi'mln} ,',r of thi. (i\ ]In i I IFI IV A Shoithald. Cturso, Mating !lenn Vlttnftr' St griito Ton, I Ii 11, 'II:
mad and "hilt a.nnded and,] Iulliithe I i 1\1" \% i ''t 11'i, "AlluH" 1 LrIp( ,, \\' i It Inn s,|1'.111"" 1'
; clark was tnatru<'t 'd to draw n I\t' (I/>akUy Count try lull oral' 11n \ \ knnufu'lortug, , I ."ura..
lt ltp warrant for tldiinn H hla fnThe \ ,,i Hull Rnintlsh difiatdl all ion \1 I \ I 1"1'1| i I "f HuHli''' MS AtlrmnlnlroUI' J 11 adllg I / t'n"t J I'h H I I"gr ? Farm and Grove on LakeTohopekaliga
cltrk ,hoar, ,,it-.I Iti 1 IrntA, II"follo..lnl1l ,, .
non "
t, ti .. .rrA"tolr... J Mel'hlt" "slants for the worm'n"s national t" I tri"If r, t I h' l UK "f I 1.11" Mil I \ rlx(

ter, for car' "r pn| 111"t" 110 1 0"i I' \ ,hnmpionvhip) At ,thr < ontest held) at :Sol: ,,,I for" ","01"(,11. ?I SNnn::, , t "ll'g. ..r 1.1.,1\ iiitisiss.i t: : '< ,.1..1.I i iI t
i 1 Lincoln art of puupl f2Mi. liuitli tin :N'assan: ( 'oll"tr.y <'lull, New: > inK, I Iti1'I : I i foil, K. 'II f l I..iw. :S:,' hunt of '1'tipoingv, ) ,, S', honl 1 if Muoli, s.. ho"r 1 Ph' ?
and llctnit Hospital' operation .ind I'hi"< i.. the second tirm Mrs. .Ink, I Arts' 'litmiatli 1 :-'I..n.: i and of School leaibln Atlili' "H SII( I r si IN I' I"EH 1
)0nf care of ullf Tivhnm rinnlv' imupir s |I'IY l In I I.ann I lorldnCALOMEL' About three and hall mile from Kinnmrnee, with S
816 J U C'biinii. . ininliiHlli,. buds sun I has, 1 been H national hnmpion. In one .
of RumptHr Terri $ li III! g4Jr.4"iMJulnn; With! us Miss' Kate (' Harle\ of Fall 1 I I. ))20 Irel lake front and extrnding to county road. T

I payment>rawd\'. on liHiillii pnlillni.Inn,,,1"I i ft ill 4milhl.), .. I Ricer, Mass she won the tills 1 mlinns /e i .f: We have forty-two a< irs of excellent land considerable .

1 C'hoh.OR". ngr In idgl.121a 78!' U'IIUs \ she has been a n<'ni winner In
: \ Wllllsma for work "n II,., K.ad'' thi national' totirnaini al' \\'h"..itonin WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP1MAKES i 1 of \\lnrli Is i hammock land seven acre of heanng orange fJ. S
d ant KlpHlmmtontlt ".
J 'I.t..n: Rann'rig.. : 1'Mlt! ( :! sh) <. \\as Milton ,ir,, tin" .inn Kiove six loom house a iirounded by large live oak trees

4 l river 123125.Upon jnotlt' duly .... .'1 and tar I final round 1 Joy Mrs .J I A < 'arpenter: I =f also palms. magnolias'' and various other trees (Fine flowIng :

rle<1. 1 hi i.It. .rk w UN I 11"I .. It tl I"I 'I Ii ana in 1'tdl'! at :Mciton. Vita OporprlannaT :: well best of and land beautiful '.
i J warrant fir Ifito, ", .in fntir of lluri I II I'' YOU SICK AND SALIVATES farming\ trucking view
11 liniinatid, ) hotu, the '
Tate-a. hi b,,\lru 1,,al| hi"I, h""IKt II.'tl Hishop ( si m\1 :3 i: of the lake one of the choice home, and delightful loca R
s. all houaehold goods,! I I., flrt' while h.' final round l and in, 1'Hl! at Haltusi, 1

and family wire 'tn att. ndanrt at tht Miss I illian M ll\di was sn""("t's,fulapamfct -- --- .k lion* with I Hest l of soil that, will. grow excellent crops without -

fall term of circuit omt her that altoK th,', M =; '
Upon motion duly .rJ\"d..1 nnd cs rrlecT so r-j 3 ferlili/er. ."i'f
C : the clerk. was ijiHlriitttd' It urea Jarkton't record i I' cnnalieod, , \ < i .. "Orison's Liver Tone'Is Harmless To 11"r H lilY I gtlnrancc'o 1n any drug :
f f let show excellent
this and
battle l of I>od uw ,
properly
; 1 wi a warrant for 92ifili{ In furor ,,r I. SJoknef -Uni sod KI"! a ru i nt you give you .
? be and hla famllbsvlnn br."n brilliant--indeed- --- Clean Your Sluggish Liver rlon'a, I L"'r Tom 1 ake a spoonful and :f a chance to own itNelson vl
nwrMh fever for .awvernl week H. ..
d .
Mr Willie Williams appeared ht.ftirethe IJOIlOliO. with L M' I oph, ,r coil.I I I II
and Bowels. and riiuki. ft.<.1 I hue, an'I, 1 \ i ign niK I
w I Ii. yra
t.up.I i as nor< Mllollll
hoard and stated that HB tht It iait1 f
't.
( ( had paid hi. bill of 1281 16 fur work of \ I F H;IHHH t OUI,t\ ?.I" Maul .\"11 to gas back t<. the) ttton. and Realty Company f
on grading. that he would pay th' bill !' mlHsIm, dint rich No. T. In tin "'pop p p"f T'pVi' (nlomi) makcH\" yri Kirk H'.. <"t \ "ur "linnet, I Ikilwm's| . 1 I.rtr< '1'one
$2 hull /01' Miti Ii \\ u. nod; in .'pd i iI f' y "
1, al for road work don In Vo\tmliti n n sold 1 I \\ Mill. I :II. Hill, III\ HItttntl hornlili' 'like I a d...... of tin lRiifrroiiH/ ]Is) drat rot. .ing: tin Hal.> of alouu I t> gain" :f Kissimmee Florida

aft The board Instructed tbt clerk to of Yruug rindall. aa rnlTn I I drug tonight/ and tomorroaA you may lose it IH real' liter pied ,icipe ,'ntirdy \' tae draw a warrant for 12,(OOO Oft pnxable. rorniiilHHlont tllatrlit No 4. ,In Ilit a da)"'tt work.l'alomel table. tbrrcf.rrc .it ran not salivate' or .f
.
k bet to the Stale Bank of Klsalmmie. tn eon of $2 linn no/, with J. R Uorp, un ) is mercury or rjuiokHihpr. mako you ..tmJt ,
' and alao and 11 o. Pnrtlii na suratlea I
e 1 the road fund
>S applied on
a warrant for 1"7 for Interest on Bond of W. F Walker ... tounuc which causes necroHia of the l>omH. 1 !g iarant4e. that ono Spoonful of T>od- | x ".
* *. : old warrant for Ave month.. ommlsaloYier dint' rte t No. 6. In, tbt aum, Calomel 1. when it romoB into rnntart Ron's Liver Tone will. put your HUIjlab) '

i } Tha committaa oonalatlnir of W J. I J of K 12 Milliard 000 00. with auretlea H. r, Slnnfnrd'i nod; with Hour lulu craHhtH" into it, breakingit !liver to work and. clean jour bowels l of I O . OOOO.f .< < OOO..OOOOOOO.t. . .. f

.) top \), ,Bear. and J I* Oraratreet who were ,, Bond of W aa C 13ana. as mi mli".i of up. Thin. is when, you feel that awful that Hour hilt and connUpftti-d waste 4

) 31t !appointed board to aee/th at ,the. last council", ...Ung and of the school board. district No.1. In th.. aum nausea and cramping If you are slugr which in clogging} / / your system and mak I t
city
7 2W 'q''zh' < board of trad of Klsslmmee and of 12 (too.00. with J. McPhatter and J I giah and "ajl 1 knocked\ out" if your ingoii f..1 I inirM. .mbli.. I guarantee that !

,, Cloud about donation to the th"I' W Bond Miller of \us\'..It..r ffuretita Tlr inNon HM nu.nihp liver l* torpid and, [towels constipated. l a isdllr, 1 1 11 odi*",," I Liter) 'Ion,,. Mill! I ",
'*ar fair at Orlando. F"la, were In... ,. school board. dlalrltt. Mo j In 'h.) sun or you irate )IK. 'ml.ache l7.7ir"! ".05 ,'oRI..1toniru. keep toii i .IIt.n finiilvit f..JI/I hn' for
>X ?cT to mAk. tnvestlfratlon aa anon aa 1, Of It.COO 00 with H C itaiifiii I .11 "I \1 ... breath) ..i sttm/lwh The favorite Store of
to ** possible. and report to Mr W Ti I rN al if > ) IH "r sour, niontl, t tH 0 tour lluldrrn. "11 IS I Kissimmee I

arA 11/of-Orlando/ Kate, MM, if MuitttltHBotnl .I :s: Slrntt' 111.,1., ,I , ?f J iunt try a Hjroonful of hanuleas) 1I..H..n'. liurniliA-) U.HJ .", t gr'l'c nod tlu'y like, its> L
S" The foil 0"I... bomls of <'nuntm achool lionrd district' Nt t III'Ih' gum Liver lone tonight! OD my guarautct luUHUJlt (tHBt.4f -. .
Tb. 'Ices' wren examined and npiirotl ti,- of 12(1(1(1(10('( with V II MikliM, ."nil I i
? ;: .
'ftwltJaT
M. KalE aa aurellea
1 w x. W. I Barber, a. tax naaessor. In 'the i Tha r"lIowl"K imtir\: I""i.Is, M ,. ,u ..\ I I -
m sum of 1100000. with H. r Stanfordand amlned and nppro\til It. \\ll 1<..,.,,,,1. f
F H Lawson KB surotlas. wU F. W. HilI... rotor' |..illl, nltl, I .u' TINWARE[ !
Faisass. examined and approed Johnson and' l I' 'I; \\iii.,, ,,. f .iv kjrtlea .
Bond of C L. Ha.ndv. aa tax colleoMor , I
/'* bond \ ;"' 'IH i tunpublic
In th. sum of |30 OHI 00. with C. hrww MIlMr, and: "j' u M: Naa a YELLOW[ PINE LUMBER CO'New
w I 1119. Ward as aurety In the sum of aurtftteH hand. of 1. \\ I arris i>-
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rslBn "6.000.00 O T flUngirtarv surety In not..Iublf.,. .. IIh.1 I h'1'nl. ria and 1O :
't1e -the. sum of $6.000.110. M Kali surety. arris. HB sir. tiNt; bond if, .I 1 II
earl. In the sum of (5.000 ttO .1 "'. <>'Berryurety Walker HB nt.uarpublk<. with. \\ H Owners New
,, sal'Ya In the sum of ".000.011. H. M. Walker and J S Underbill HH MIH i .. -- Management That wm
ffann, surely In the sum of 16,000.00', Tin. .n'\I''r' report to the atnt. .
jl. C Miller suretIn the rum of nounfor II,.. month, if N"\ ,"I", i I
11000.00. : TaR exnmlnerl and approved oleo. thealierlffa ( '
:Bond of S L upfer. aa trtnaurttthe r..1 hill of prlntim IH
sum of I30.0QOOO, h..J i..rron i. The follow 1"11; bills wi'rt xan", n tl EVERYTHING
By 1111t..d a* Surety !fn the sum 96- I land' nrprorerJ and warrants ordered
J b i' 00.00; J T. Reeves aa. surttIn draw n
um of II.000 OO. II O Stanford Ih"l F I. 1.*'sle> .mm'"al"'r 1 4 in" WEAR
f urety In the sum of "*.*00 00. J. It V Ijinler: com and milt.ntrt. f.O" E'-
1l. r" 'tiler. as surety la tns sum uf $5 A F na.... corn and mlliaKi 6 I'll'
II 00.00.; :vr..4n.i 0.4"1" as surety la the O TL lisaa, eom. and tallenweU ooW.
um 0 '.cot } ..n Faxa aa -. F. Walker <.6m and mile 20 On( TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE
uraty Ill th, sumjof'SSaurstjrila \000. If.Kali vJ. tsanra.' roust ntty ._ 20011
I ; ,thelsuaa 01 6.o,(l.oa K: J. M Baaa Janitor ,. .__ 110 tn
in I I" D, OVers feet.. aa surety In the sum John a\ls SUpt pIMr favrn, BO 00T If want rattling tinware
t wal TC, i ir if ... InuretyTn M Murphy jl.dKe rounltt 25 ouT you good '
.
00xa.raaa/y6in b. .fL.OAt' rfatVsurety: apt :M.'Murphy.: Iu4 W. Jaxjniu, ct-
I t h e auna 011&.000. J. F 0'Iirr TT n aelcer. proi;' _ -- HAVE IT come to this store. Don't
- s*. .t: y aa surety In the sum of 4B.noo 00 L. H Ingram cart of sail n'1 bU.Y'tinware -
Bond of El U. Lesley'a eountv com J 1 I. us .ratr..tt t'I..r l .
.. KlSalonar. district No 1. In the Rom F'r."k Evans. malntariant : just because it is cheap. If
f Zl OOO.00. with suretiesStanford *'>n. I JneStutlel., 1..1.l malm* nant._ Ion' We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of you t
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a ioberson atlri for mnty 10 en

fit. Dlssloner.Bond of R.district V. Lanier No. .1.a.In county the-*emrot com I 7.t-Omtthreeart-s.--F. A. Lincoln! meal to eU'c. mRr Ton lumber-rough and dressed-r-Cciling', Flooring, Siding Doors, do-it's just like throwing your !

\*- ; I Sash;, Shingles Laths, Window and Door Frames, Mouldingof
n < -- money away. We can
u I Ifjl all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. save you
0I

; .Tha :JfiOaIDAZWOMAfi"SUFFERS: 2t YEARSL'AST'thVEN We alto Carry a complete line of Brick, Lime Cement, Paints, money on every article ofKITCHENWARE

c soy '" '. Varnishe. and Glass. We ate able to to furnish, you'everytb'Ing -

I d* b 1+ ; 'iSif'inT' l RELIEF( for your house or yaur; barn, from ground to roof. I .

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3ra wilt Relief fro. Stom as..ll. w.'o dose convmceK.'',. If is known all T s /
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n B tht,2fn1d auef of

By Mra. Pettit olfb i. Qti) Mayi&IsW.iidert5J ytl Stomach itet.iit..1, 0\1"1' I Send; for Free Estimate


$ i iploit'af dQMr oII.,.., > in our tore and there are hundreds of the beat and most useful
i ? ),In. T. S. Pettis, d "T14 idgt711'lit.r.d acer tfol1l! "aTid- 1'tinoves'pol6onottb'matter. i, thingsto

did tot more than twenty-five It brings swift relief to suf I'I select from. All are new good and tome are recent inventions. .

6 *rs with stomach troubles. She led fcrprajrm: atonmcli, lever and >>owelBirrnerU \ r

It y blmltoe ''M e It '. sedentary life and digestive trpu...... Many declare that it had I' We will be glad to give yeti Price and Estimates FRIG:: If you know anything about our way of selling you know that our :

; \. .. ...... saved therfl_ f *tn dangerous open, prices, though low, will purchase only the best '
CsMsYsVctOsT Estimates h bills receive sttentMB. and finest
I She tooth y iW .derflil 1 4Bto TlUlia; UlEny are sure it has saved en
( t' eBtmSba baa h )'ett!Aierinleieafi <] I their We lives want all people who have affords. '. "
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i .I'Jetter.ln..bl IaM aP .: : .'.' fcfcfoaic stomach trouble or ron tip., p.I

arraL ; I\\ sou almost ,t ,r,. tlon, no Awattel'1, f.ow.: long standing ". Yellow Pine Lumber Co. ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES
alts at first. I am delighted the to try one dose of MaTiWonderful t

wheretfwio u pravemant in my condition. I have Stomach Remedy-one doae will con- '

adn ai.J9: rA.CIta,: .uffr.2t > IMl. 1a1,pqW:a J'PfIOiit.1' ie 'h ltaei the medidne bests i: so i I b l,1[ 1 r11Pt ridl J9S I Kiaglltnnmee .Fla, :: '. : l l

aid and this U the only with surprising results. The moo ' Osceola Hardware ) -- ::1

;.d to; rou ht results to me. thorough, system gleaner we .ever Company.i':
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to;; b.! ".... .t H t'tlttiJYfl rcr.- 1frI....... .H"'PROMPTN UR .WATCHWORD ,
Paula teral 1 itg the users of Mayr Won1 Remedy i. now sold here by J. Z. :fc'

ppl.s't. ,lr r.$Stomach Remady. The first Robercon and drurffists everywhere.

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.'. . ,or.' In.":"" ypp ;.,.; AFFLY such ballot.:, nnlebs .ibis "' .
> anr provision H. L'a.urin ;' .
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r LarrrEaa hall. bays been compiled wit... cUIAMcUNIOAL
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.. , Notios'isissr.br .lventbat,; the ,.i5. "4 This :eora1sJlt_- shall mso* '..t. I PalAt1Dc' DcI P1T f i#
J : derslrnedIntend to apply t* the *.". 0'clock p. .... Wednesday.the Slid dar .. Ii .
L :: ,'thfr) Ol JJ Ud / ENJOYS :BIG""j.BANQUETmembers ernor of the state of Florida on Monday of December* 1(14. at. the oo.rt....... CALLS ,AT: KEY, WEST NTERIOR WOM: Ajsficuu: ',
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Bck Jaauarr 4th, u... for letters pat. .a ICII___ and ,eanvaas' the r.- . ..... . : |x ..
'" eat ,on the, followIng proposed charter tam. ka aeeerfteiioe ."wtU "the'' primary i.SHEET
; : I . ) PLATTI' .1oc00n laws of IMort.. ad ehafl ... ''' ... ," .ll'laahbotto. atnat'. "tI. ., *
Eu.tia tP1LA UWO O'ftl" 'ifty ZW. i" .cQb&Ja { .. t
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dare what 1tcIIdato. has received .
illt. amajority .. :
CHeAIILA.ND
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n- o't ,
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of the Eastia board of trade ,
of- the fer arrived
; bo&I>4 .f pubUO'ta.tnactloa lD.t 3. Q", wr.uu.AHD. ,vetee east such boat Patria In port at 1 ;
with thote Invited 1 iroost ...omblodt office and Shall declare his nomineten. Havana and
1&1' _loA< u.. ,. el..r_.' i the chairman dli Friday from Mod up ,
Baa&. ch..I.......: 0- W.. OYer.W. tho Grand Wow ttftol Friday S1n- morosKD CHART*"* or F-I.ATTSJ Cf this. and eommltee.wltaln.and. two sesrstary days atrtbo ,P.' ,aDd O,:. steamship .wharf.Tharo I .,',/Jr.'e.\ .?..THA3lE* :tI ;:-:

.......periatellld.at.. W"Cb&D41e", ..uQI. : Y.. 'tur' and sat .r0un4'tho t festal board M.FA1.AED! OorEV.itR11CLZ WIOHE1Z1. hereafter shall certify the name, of ; was a large crowd of tho:'CubM S ;,.".1' .

...u. provided III. Ho t.Mayor.: Proai- such oaadldate 1'eC.1..lnf..onallb..U_ don to < Slnoo . : MHTAt. .WORMS JPhone 4
moot .
.t.. of tb.' .t. \wee, 'of' the office ., .... population )s.r. < '
4 ..prey.. ... dent F........, of tho board of trade. One NO. L lie tastr..tte..orOe.o4o .county te' the cigar factorls. haYo W4 off bnadroda Steel wuap ..-. *i 1tt) of.
.oanty tra.rt. reM The of this shall
' J.pI.i fMI..*. . .. . of tke most active,' members in tho be Platte name.4k MoFarland corporation Fisheries Compa the: governor of the state of Florida, of dnnnakers on 'aeeou\, of ', .. ( .

' the _....oie board of public to- upbuilding of the town and tho board y and Its principal place of husl. and ask for DS..appointment.The .. depression In trade and tow' order.; 14....RDIL j.JD-la.;: ... .rsa.. .:"
.Inn' md tops o.ce.lal\7I' ness Shall be la the cltr of Klulmmee.Osceola ,
of. trade, presided. Afto* the good with following Inspectors aad clerks of th. cicarmakers .and their I ,
Florida branch
lerowtth t.nd.r my report as county nK'
arer of Oeoeola oounty/foP Ins, thing had boon partaken of, President offices In such/ other place, or places are hereby designated to conduct the .* 'won'1ft poor circumstancesand I ; ' ..... .
t of November. A. D.. 114: Forran in a brief address introduced In the state of Florida and other places I -.tfl. "Ct4Ht& y>'.-. ..4 > unable to buy: the necessities of. DR.JW.SatfSON;
In the United State or In foreigncountries Precinct No. 11 Inspectors H. N. '
0.-1 ...... __ Mayor: I. N. Kennedy, who ,. as the directors tasj- .. ....- ,.,.. '- '....- B. .L.pfer. i* .W. UUen Ufa. Mayor: Forarty want befort-tho I.(
the line of the hopes and mln. clerk.' H.D. 0.__ -" -' I .
from last report __t 10.... spoke on city: and county commissioners to jot DENTIST' .
&nee
of the Eostlo board of ARTICLE NO. I. Precinct No. f: Inspectors B., J.Vlall. the
'. expectations funds to assist A
one
i. reo. from oompt. 1.l1.III. Tb. general nature of the businessto J. H. Branson. Art Branson; poor. eonunit.-I Upstairs in KaU Building tf'*; JI'.
chool tax trade and the town of Eustis. too of cuban dUsens wont
j be r said corporation clerk. W. U Mossier.Preclaet Office .
k. rec. m1Ciii_ 7.000.00 The mayor, at the conclusion of hi* shall be to \.edal sell flsh, oreters.shrimp No. 3; Inspectors. D. H. Cuban consul A. D. Carrasco and I Boars 1 f:*a.* n.to taTli SIll oa. a.., "f,;

1 nL :.:r'OoiiiR: Li- address Introduced Hon.W. M. Jgou foods of. crab any nature and all whatsoever kinds of and sea clerk.Lanler.J.W.A.H, Lanler. R. L. Over.treet' ; asked the, Cuban government to send Telephone No. TO .JmaeflyT.T. ..:*. .

1 nan (school lot tax) nu oollec-__ 10.00 senator from Lake, who spoke on the to acquire build own and operate all Presxaot No.raa.on.4 : Inspectors. C. B.Carlson a vessel hero to tako back to Havana I "

at.taxes rood 4.ISf.41 from 1_ 4.1K.41 relation of the .press to the Bust! kind of boats and n.hlng outfits used P. J 1. Morgan. O. 5. Watts; Cubans who desired to return to the
In said business: to own fl.h nets and clerk. T. N. Fair.Precinct W.'W. CASON'A J
nt. reod. from tax oollocpoll. board of trade. H. in turn introduced fishing outfits and to sell lease or hire isle. The consul reported the matterto .

It!*. It: 114. $44 47.00 Col. J. D. Rooney, the secretary: of the same out to fishermen and to enter Settles Peter No.Raulerson.It Inspector.Tulee W.Rober-R. the Cuban government, and the '.5 P'P'?

11.150.51 Ocala board of ,trade the principal Into contracts with fishermen for their aon; clerk. J. R. Donegan. gunboat Patria was" sent hero to take DENTIST I *|

w..r. &a per lI.t ---r--11.0.0 speaker of the ewenin.gr.! Colonel Roon. catch transportation and to own ltr..dnO.: ':, ':-,.any to Precinct No. f: Inspectors Randolph those over who desiped to return to Office over' PUley Building. .'.* .'"

be Young 1. H. Balsden. A. B. Bass: clerk Office Ho.....: J-.I: ,, .
In.75 ey was at his best and bubbled over operated In conjunction with said W A. l> .wdjr.Precinct Cuba. is
nc. with advice hints for the business, whether on land or water; r Office 'Phone 11* Residence. 'Phono If '$
upbuilding No.1 J. H. Ii
: Inspector. Oas
to acquire own and hacks Administered for Extraction ,
....-...._1 DI.trle4 N.. 1.C. of the board of trade, Eustis, Lake carriages wagon and operate drays for ths Walker Jr.. J. L. Chandler. W. W.Chandle'r VEGETABLES AND FRUITSAT Teeth , < :.

from la.t report ___$1.O82.91 county and the state of Florida. purpose of engaging In a general ; clerk No. I W. H. Walker.Precinct .1. C. PLANT CITY ....... f..
: Inspectors. .
t. recd fem t..K col1..ct..K" transfer and drayage business: to buy I
______nu______ 72241 Ensile to Have a White Way. and .ell land on It. own account and Tl.on. T. B. Storey :.. W. Tl.on; clerk: 1
The poles and all necessary equip on commission' : to build on. own. Improve F. W. Hill. DLILS.CEICER .1'
1.11.81 ment have been ordered and it is expected develop and sub-divide I lands ROMA THOMAS. Chairman. Plant City, Fla.-About 250 cratesof

wer. a. per haL ______ 408.17 owned by this I corporation I : to operate :JOHN JOHNSON. Secretary. vegetables are shipped daily: from PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
will be the
,- that evrythlng on and conduct saw mills, planing mill here. In few weeks will :
.. ; no. 1.408.11 ground in a few days for the white and all business Incident thereto to a shipments Citizen* Bank Building > >.l'
If will be burn- own. operate lease hireS. .u... and maintain ANNOUNCEMENTS.SIPKRINTICKIDRNT be heavier. Beans are selling $1.75to ,
'. ....-..,._1 UI.trlM N.. 2- way. possible, lights dock. wharve. elevators, presses, $1.90 per hamper; eggplants $1.50to Phones: Office Klulmmee.fT Fla. "" !
If then or 04 "- t,
the first of the not tanks of
M- ing and storage facilities
year.
janoe from la.t r..port __ IU 11t. every crate $1.50 to Resldsaoe
thereafter. This is kind and to receive profits and toll FOR : OF PUBLIC $1.60 per ; peppers 11 ."l-lgr. ",
shortly a
reod. from tax coU..ct..s. very .
therefrom to sell and deal In INSTRUCTION. $1.75 crate. These prices allf. ,
_ 1117 ; buy. per are ;
;, .. improvements
in the of
-
uu n' n step way permanent groceries dry goods hardware and all I hereby announce myself a candidate o. b. for fancy stock. i ,
t; 14738 and one that will beautifythe kinds of merchandise to buy, build for the office of Superintendent of
r lI..t 2500&nce little city of Euatis mater- own, erect and operate Ice plants and! Public Instruction to All the unexplred The local packing houses are' busy T. H. RIVERS. II.. O. J\\.
war a. p..r very electric light plants and enter Into I term of Hon W. .1. Sears reslo-ned." I putting up citrus fruit and are running '

III 18IU ially. contracts for the products thereof; to will appreciate"tbe support of-the dem- full capacity to supply the holiday PHYSICIAN and SURGEON $; 3
f\ persistent i romrfr comes to Eustis acquire erect or own packing houses : ocratic voters In the. primary, to be heldlecember .

; b-Srb..I II.trIrt 18.. Ls1&nce that in the near future Eustia will be of subscribe all kinds for.and purchase to operate receive same own to 19. A. B. JAURKUU. trade.NOTICK Office ovo Osceola Pharmacy.: t, 'T-

from laut report 81 linked with the outside world with an hold for Investment or otherwise sell hones: Qrs Jenoe II .tl.". ; ',?
recd from tax o11ocJ. and of and make advancementsupon .
mt dispose 14* *
,. .. talc. .. . .n'_ 15 a electric railway.Most stocks, shares. bonds, securitiesor FOil HLI-1CUIMTKNOKNT' : OF I'l B1.1CINSTHl'tTION. OF APPLi'ATlO Dillon FOR TAX . .
-- obligations of other corporations -

.- 428.78 new wrinkles are caused by whatsoever, and while the owners, or We are authorized to announce. C. B.Yowell tinder s>**tl... OT4 and BTB U..r.1 . II'
.
qbd. war a. 1"1' 11..1 _ 10840 have. holdfrs, of anv storks bonds or obllgalions I a. a candidate for the office of (.
.I worrying over those we already ,. ...t.t.. of the !State! of Klertste. BR. C. L. HYATT -
"-7 whatsoever to exercise" 01I0'i, Superintendent of I'ubMc Instructionfor .t

! flee -- 320 36 rtKbts. powers and privileges o.oeola county subject to the dem- Notice Is hereby given that Rosa El.Meeker .
, 826 Miss Ola (Campbell sal ernhlp thereof and to exercise all andany ocratic primary. December If. 1914. and Arthur T. Meeker purchasers PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
Seb-ffrbool District No. 4. t"h. voting powers thereof to sellmortgage .
Sch No 18 - 4000 ; of tax certificate No. 1410 dated
, balance from last report 1.1(10 26 RI7 Miss Ola Campbell. sal I tchBch. the sub-let pledge I of this hire lease: AN NCIC.An 1 day of June. A. D.. 1814 have filet 'Phones Office ItTBe.ldence /. 1
or convey erpdgaitn OHnrj9
amt. rood from tax collec- No 18 S H. I> No S 600 property. said lax certificate In my office and 141Klulmmee. t .
thereof at will and to
or any part
taxes 106 84 828 MIss Ella I"love NewHo'mc have made application for deed to .
j0F. sflf
Invest the proceeds at pleasure and In ; ordinance to id Section 15J ofthe uS' Fla.
-- --
sal teacher Hch No 19 4(1( (OO(( Issue In accordance with law tai 1't'
s'2..f :- Hu h manner as manv he deterrnlnetli ; General Orhff.ances of the Cityof '
2.0J609 .
HI9 Miss Ella Hove Newsome. certifIcate embrace lot seven (7) of 'T
the bv-lav, K ti. ri-celve. payment for Kls.lmmee I Florida: relative to .
; y pd w ar a. p.r' list 6000> ( salary teacher Hch No block "N" of the town of Narcoosseebeing )
+ capital stock subscribed for In mon "' Pool and Billiard Rooms.Re .
,
19.101 H I> N..4 B ,00 a subdivision of section 10. township -
--y B.lane 1.96609 830 L L Jordan sal let Srh Just or .In valuation prop..rtlahor therefor. or In services the dlscre at a It ordained by the Council of the 26 south range 31 east, Accordingo ltD-GEIGER "l
. No 20 4600( City of Klsslmmee the official plat belniItuate
'"t
the board of dlrectorn
lion or juII".nl'"r .Oc': .
M..b-Meb.mI District 'Vo. (1\. 831 Pearl Johnson sal I I..h..rHrh In the county of and
-t In makt contracts of anv klndiwhatsoever .. That Section 161 of the General Ordlnanccjtaof ; .
Ttalaricf from last report 1988J No ZO 36 00( for the furtherance of Hi Klsslmmee. Flor tate of Florida. The said lot hemassessed ATTORNEYATLAWOffice : . .,
54. amt reed from tax colletitor 832 W S Ma.nl>erl<. Hal tch purposes or business. Including agreements ida. a > .. r.ee.fldof published In 111 at the date of I Issuance of i1 '7 .
- 8HJ Sch No. 20 46 ("0 with Individuals or other rorporatlons be amended to read ... follow certificate In the name of Arthur Hay State Bank Bnfldlnff I
833 M K Wright. sal tch (SchNo all ock. Unless said certificate shall be, f :
to do and things
A 68 09 20 :36 00 ativ Section 162 Any person wbo shall redeemed accoullng to law. tax deed Kls.lramee. ria.CEO. .
I pd watalance" HH per (list( 6600(( 834 J M Thompson sal tch to that be are don"I'm.fur* the he necessary furtherance or proper of thpurposes .. In the tlty keep open a room containing will Issue thereon on the 12th day of ,il;

;,1, l Hch No 80 36 00 of this for any billiard or pool table or bowling I).. 191*. '
. 8 09 corporation or ; or ten-pin alley after the hour of JaWI.A. 1'
,. 836 l.udle M Hpears. sal t..h..r8ch carrying Into effect the herein my hand and official seal
No. 20 _ -. .. - 26 00 grant ed. powers 11 o'clock at night or permit personsto at Klsslmmee said county and .tate F. PARKERATTORNEYATtAW J ...
SBb-Nrbool UI.t..l"t No. 8. 836 Mrs Rhoda Lucas sal tch. ARTICLK NO 3. assemble or rumaln. In said billiard. this twelfth day of December A. D.
- balance from la.t report _ 66 Hch No 21' 4000( The capital stock of the oivjen-pln alley room. for the purposeof '* ".
amt. reed from tax coU.1 ....- 837 C r Helknap. sal. teacher shall. be FIVE: THOUSAND corporation DOTrr.A"nIRflftOOOr. playing, ; or rolling on said tables or 14'J.. L. OVERSTREET :
,- __ ._ No 4(1( 00 alleys after the hour of 11 o'clock at Court.
tor, taxes ._ 19! lOch 22 ( to be divided Into FIFTY Clerk Circuit ,
.1 h 838 T J Little. sal. tch. Sch. < SO> "shares of the par value of ONE! night shall upon conviction be lined (Heal.) Osoeola County Florida. Collection. and Conveyance ,,\\;;
Balance ? _ _..u. . 24 No 23 46 00 HUNDRED DOLLARS (1100 00) each not less than $6 nor more than 160. or By JAMES M. JOHNSTON D. C.: .; ,
, S L. LUPFBU. 839 T J Uttle. sal teacher Set which said capital stock may be paid be Imprisoned' In the common Jail or II-t Specialties ,
( No 23. H H I I. No 8 600 oalaboo.e not less than ten
Tr..a.ur..r'W..rralil. for In or In 1 laboc. nor more
County property or 111 1-1 Broad !
x 840 Mellta A. Johnson sal. tch. services at ha' Just valuation to be fIxed than thirty I days at hard labor, except war 'i ;;\

.' In the sum of (14I Set' No 26 . __ 1600 by the director of the company at a that on Saturday nights pool and bil- I. COURT or COUNTY JUDOM.
C .re examined and cancelled In open 841 Wm. S. Johnson sal. tch meeting called for that purpose liard room may be kept open. and TAT. Or rlX>KIDA.In .
on. Sch. No 26 - 10 00 ARTICLE NO. 4 play allowed un141 the hour of twelve. re instate of & F. DIllS ,eu.j' $
Is 842 H. F. Howell. sal tch !'Ich The term for which this corporation All 1 ordinance or part of ordinances :
and warrant. CHRIS
B were approved KAKNNVU Oeoeola County
No 28 ._ __ _ 8600
h shall exist shall be perpetual. In conflict herewith, be. and the same AORNEY.AT.LAW&f
f tied ... follows: Notice Is hereby riven to all whom I It '
845 Miss Bessie I.awson. sal
are hereby repealed.
. .. S W.J Bears sal. .upt. __ ___11160 tch. Sch. No. 28 n_'_ 4600 The officers ARTICLK of this NO.corporation K shall Read* a fIrst time and by unanimous mar oenoera.late..au la* day St 4 4 W C. B....: M. B. P. I _- 4.00 844 It. F Howell. sal tch. Rch be a president vice-president. a secretarv oon.ent. read a second time and passed Mareh. A. IX a%Mr Is the Examination! of Titles a ....we".. --J' 1:
-. 4 Oeo. W. Overstreet. M H No 28. 8. 8. 1>. No. 4 18.00 In session Honorable T. 1C.. Merpky. I us .( eal. Notification end Payment of taxes of ..
and of this first
snd
. u treasurer a board open day of December .
Court 3a. of
p. I. nuuu____ __ 400 846 Miss Bessie Lawson sal not less than three nor more than A. D.. 1914. a Probate for tar flna. aon-resldsats given careful.t .li(
.f W. W. Chandler. B. P. I 20 0B. tch. Sc,. No. 28. 8' 8 IX seven directors The office of sexretary (Attest) discharge as Administrator of the es attenUoa.. - :be

L. Lupfer. com. treaa_. 291.68 No.4 _____n.______ B.OO and may be held by one J. W. THOMPSON. tate of Chris Kaennel deceaseds.d Klsslmmee. Fla. {.;.
2 Clyde Busts and Earl Mor 846 MIss Rose McKenxle sal and the same ur.n The board odirector President that at the sane time I will present te ,

t row Janitors Sch. No. 1 40.00- Set No. 10 __n..__ __ 40.00 .hall t.. selected at the annual J. R. of Council. said Court ray final aooonnts as Admin .
. ; *I C. W. b.p5ty. Janitor Bch. 847 Mr. Nellie Wetherbee. sal. stockholders meeting tQ b* held GILBERT. Clerk. l.trator of said .estate and ask: for their Pat Johnston CJ.OaJTett ,
Approved thl. let
,- No. 18 _______uu_____ 10.00'' tch. Sch. No. IB .nu__ 40.00 In the city of Klsslmme'e. O.ceol A. 6.. 114. day of December. approval.J. JOHNSTON A
, 1_ R. M. Kvans. sal. teacher 848 Mr. Nellie Wetherbee sal. county Florida. and the second Mon- H. HAI LBT. Administrator. 1 :.GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW .. \
___ ___ 16.0 H. R. MAT Mayor. Dated Sept. llta. A. IX 114
; Sch. No. I Uh tch. Sch. No. 16 8. 8. 1J. day In December of each year beginning 1 .
Miss Almenla Ixtltner. .& No. 6 10.00S4 In the 111. -- -._- -- --- I t.
-------- --------- year -
teacher Bch. No. 1 --- -- 90.00 'I' > L. A. Young, sal.: tch. Sot Until the first meeting :r the '. '

'.. Miss Clara Ledbetter. sal. No. 40 _________..n____ 10.00 stockholders and until the officer Office 10. 11 sni12 :Cltfon. Bank
I. teacher Sen. No. 1 __n_ 71.00 8BO L. A. Young; sat tch. Bch. above mentioned are elected and quail Building ,
;,
n F. Webb. sal. teacher No. 40. A a D. No. (.00 fled at the lint election the officer of |
.... Sch. No. 1 ._____________ '0-0 (61 Miss Katherlne Shadoan. the corporation shall be: .1. W. PI..tte. Xisslamse, !ls. r fjt I
Miss Louise Clark. salary ,. Sot No. 4* ----- 40.00 president; Elsie A. McFarland vice .Progressive'Busi.ness ;'
______ MI.IRt'i .. ., !!
t teacher Sch. No. 1 76.0 861 Butler services president: and :J. C. McFarland. scoretary - "
)( Miss Alblna Smith. .alary ,. No. : 50.00 and treasurer and J W Platte Louis C Masssr T. J>Plato Wartew-.. )
teacher Sch. No.1 nn 6 0Mis. 861 Mr'c M. F. J.. rri..t Hch Elsie: A McFarland and J C McFar Late Counsel for Judge of the :'.fti; '

Emma Patch salary No.1 __ .uu __.__ 7.00 land directors FIn. a R. Comm. Criminal Court 'f'.
.. teacher Sch. No. 1 u'_ 811.00 864 Kl.almmee Telephone Co The stockholders shall meet I In the MASSEY I: WARLOW '
., Ml.. Frances Lanft.ton. sal. I telephone _ 2 60 city of Klsslmmee. Osceola county '''I'
. ., teacher Sch. No 1 66 00 866 W J Hears freight 644 Florida at the office of this corpora. ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS ,' ...w
Miss Lola lyawler .alary 868 C W I)HMTI. sup Bch No 2M' 1 (80 lIon on Wednesday January 6th. 1916, AT LAW M k 't.f.
, teacher 8ch. No I RB 00( 867 Ontral Scientific Co cUll for the purpose of adopting bv-law FirmsYOU Practice In all the courts of the Mtato
Miss Cleo Wooldrl'. sal Hch. No I .78 and completing the organization of thlll and of the United Btatea alaoibefore ,., :; :''f
teacher Sch. No. I __ _ 611.00 868 .Manilas Disinfectants Co. corporation i I the Florida Railroad ,
MI.. Jean Thomas ..alaryteacher AllTICLK NO 6 CommiStiop.4.A <;
:'eY'o'o'd; : 118(10(( the Interstate Oommeree 00_.....;. T-*
Sch. No. 1 66.11( 869 l'a' Set Th- highest amount of Indehtednesto .. 11-14 Charleston . ,
MI. Harriett 'VI'o".1\ No 23. S 8 I' No 6 2 00 which this corporation shall at Anytime Orlando B4g. .* .--
Fla. .
I teacher Sch. No I 66 (00( 880 Jack Simmons. labor Hch subject lijielf shall be TEN |yr.i-

Miss Myrtle Robbltt. salary N02. _ 1460 THOUSAND. DOfTLARR ( I10.OOOOO)
teacher Sch No I 66.00( 881 I Willi. Jones. labor .Sch ARTIfLK NO 7 L' "
Miss Louise Thomason Sal! No. 1 _ 46 Th names and residences of :the Incorporalors SHOULD KNOW IN KISSIMMEEEGGERSGLUESS F. H. JENKINS 4
teacher Sch No 1Ml. 66.fHl I 862 Hopkins A Kempfer. sup : of this corporation. to- .
d .. Cecelia Over.treet sal. Hch. No. 31 _ 10 60 ...-.h..r with the amount of stock subscribed -,
, teacher (Sch No I 66 00 865 KlBSlmmee Valley Uaxette for by ,each are as follows SURVEYOR t

Miss MCBryan. salary -- 12 do J W Platte. New Poaton. 111.. eleenshares &; RIEDEL. '. . "
. 1 teacher Sch. No.1. 86 flf'' 864 Yellow. tlpfn'u b"rCo NELSON REALTY CO. Fraternity Hall ...
Miss Lottie Lawler'. .salar' Ihr. Set No I .70 Klsle A McFarland. Klsslmmee Fla.. Carpenter and -t 1.J:!. .:'
teacher Sch. No.1 66.110( (ISO Osceola Hdw. Co sup Hell four sharesJ Repair ShopS Kl.slmmoe. Fla. rPjrI.'

Miss Clara Stute. salary as No. 1. 148 70; 30. 18 90. IMcFarlKiid... Kls.lmmee Flu t Darlington Ave. : ",
teacher Bch. No.1 ___ 66.00 49. $876 ; frt. 17.40 _ ., -1.376 four/harcs. inside +*" ,
-
Furnishings ;
.,". .. Medora Russell salar 866 J. U. Howard labor Sch \ ,./ .1 W TI.ATTK Screening ana ;;

teacher Sch. No.1. 86.00 Hch No. 20 __ _ .J_ 8W KLSIIM'FARLAND.: l: Cabinet Work Our Speeislty. Property Sold on CommissionD. DR. M. J. HICKS if. l. \
't Miss Ruth Clark .alary asteacher. 867 HOBS Urave. sup Bch No 61-41 J. C M'FARLAND' .
Sch. No 1 6600KI. 16. 12.26:: 1 No.> 20 1122ft 14 60 - '
.. .. Emma Yowell. salary 868 Holit H Alderman sup for PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .,
teacher Sch. No. I. 76 00( Bch No. 28.S 8 I) No 4 2 20 .
4 Al.l. YON UJ<: "Ot HATIC J"RHIARYEIIEI"'ION. G. .. !\
M'KAY
' Miss Lucy Wtlh..r.poon. sal 869 Mrs Ada Chandler trans J. W. PRENTISPianos REAL ESTATE Office State Bank ..
teacher Sch. No. 1 .. 60.00 Building .
1 of pupils Hch No. 2H. 36 'h, .
Mrs. Leila Harve) salary da) .. H. 8. I) No 4 -- The executive committee of the demorrstlc AGENCY 'Phones: Office 41Rlsidence ..

t 5. teacher Soh. No. 2 -- 40.00( ( party In and for Osceola county Organs, Talking MIICIoI: _., 40 \0, ; ;
I Mrs. .1. H. Steffoe. salary Thf board after carefully looking Klorlrta. hereby call and provide for .
( teacher Sch No 3 46 00 Into the matter extended the term of the holding of a white democratic Sewing M.chlnem.Broadw.y.: Grsvctone Block, t4tfr
Henry P. Belknsp, salary all country schools to six monthsIt primary election to he held In the : h:
,. teacher Sch. No 4 46 (00 was also decided that two weeks several precinct of Osceola county. Sell Land Anywhere on Commission
I. Miss Lillian Id... salary HH should be give for the holidays and Florida. In compliance with the laws I II '''' 1
4 teacher Sch No. 7 ._ 46.00 that same will begin on December 21 of the state of Florida Raid primaryto W. THOMPSON
I 0 Miss Lillian Ide. sal tchSclT and end on January 2. be held during the hour fixed by it
.. : No. 7. S. S. I). No. 6 6 "((0I Home complaint having been made law for the holding of election on I Get Your Candies Fresh from the .tt::
I 1. Mis. Ruby B..... salary about the school at Whlttler.: the board Saturday. December l &th. 114. for the W. G. HANK INS 'ur"'"
j teacher $CL No 10 40 00 after carefully considering the matter. nomination of a candidate for the office .
,. a III''. Rosa Meeker salary Instructed Superintendent Sears to of superintendent of public Instruction Adding Machines and CANDY KITCHEN t
teacher Sch. No. 12 40.00 write the proper parties and state to In and for Osceola county, FUNERAL DIRECTOR "'
4 a Miss Rosa Meeker sal tch. them that It was the Intention of the to flll the unexplrcd term of the present TypewritersFor .A !
I . 8.' a D. No. 1 __ __ 10.110 board to have school continue for the county .uperlntendent who has 23
'I
4 3. J>. Hawthorne sal I..hi term of eight month. re.lgned.CtaallSeatleu. Ssle. BroadwayF. .

., 1I1ct.,: No. U"wth-;'- ', sal 65.00 Miss to Katherine school No.Shadoan 9 for the was unex-appointed .1 Klrrtoru.Tho.e C.. Howe Prop.W. and'u .

'. -J ,) P. Hawthorne.1 sal. tch. first Monday after school No 49 clo.es he permitted to vote at. or participate : :
1}i'l1\.f;
'VI Sch. No. 12. 8. 8. I>. No S 25.00 Superintendent Bean was Instructedto In the management of said primary ,'

Miss v ich.Laura Bch. Hawthorne No. 1 S. 8. B.sal.D. him.write that Walter It would Pearce be Impossible and state for to declare election who their arc allegiance white democrat.to the principle who- J. D. CLARK B. MAKINSON CO. Store and Chapol, Stewart ATO, '| ">;

** ff.Ov 'SJUsM (.00 this 1 to and organIzation of the democratic .
,
---- ---- a. long 'iKlsslmmee.
-- '
Pearl M. Parwona:w.:!. : as the U'\"o\ In kI."IolrI.: was running party In the state of Florida ..>
..
,
4 tch. Sch. No 14. 3 18.00 but that would be satisfactory and Osceola county who were usalidedelectors Hardware tJ'
t_.XlasTLenie Hare. eat. "tchlf'Sflss to the board o': his children to attend at the time of the primary Real EstateBroadway..... cutlery, Boat Supplies t. v! '

. cb. No. 11 ....0 the' Bassenger school upon the closing election held on June Id. IUiJ.a .. C .. ,,.j;'.
Colar L. MVfne."Biar. of his school provided there was eufflclent who pledged trfemselves to by and Machinery '\III"..

.. ;:ii.//t ,Jfh- Bch- No. 10 ________ SO.00 room. the teachers did not have the result of said primary election and When In Need of s ..'" :1i
to the nominee thereof.TISM j :
I fC. N. Carnes. sal. tch. Sch. too many pupils and that same was support v
.N... 1. _.__-___.____-,___ *(."* .all.factory with the board of tru.tees for laallfrlM. VETERINARY
I',. Miss. L.ura L.e ...1. tch. in and for suh-school district No. 4. Bach person de.lrlnv to have his H. C. STANFORD CO. SURGEON/: ./T 1
I ,of', .. Betti No 1. --._____----_ o.oo Upon request of Miss Anne Bryan name printed on the primary election O. F. BASS -CaflYoi't.
k -; : Etbel IIU... ..L la. Car..... Instructor of the canning. club, ballot aji a candidate for the office I'. J.".
.'. I lleh. nO. 1. ___..___.____ 10.00 the hoard unanimously decided to offer of MpeTtnt.ndent of publle instruction Dry: Goods Clothing and Shoes. Contractor .. Plain A. P..RICHHOMDRoad
Kl.s. Besele Whld..", sat asj the nrst prise to the winner of the In and for Ooeeol oounty, Florida and Decorative .... \..:
.,: ..... toh. Bch. No. 14 ?? ____ 10.00 canning dab of this county the short ban Hie with -the eha4nn n> of thUcommute Fwnlahtags aadNotions. Painting and Paper Hanging. Loqluaaa -,)
t '--- Fleda Poollttle. salary course at the Florida Female college "oi> or before November '0/
; .. ate ..Bch, No. K ., -----1, ".06 at Tallahassee, the cost. of same not to ] loth; 1114. his notice of candidacy and 515 S....... Are. "Phase tttE. 'Phone lU-J .. JDaaI_... WI&' 'IiIi
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l1 .' ro. DoJe. .. . b. exceed .* application te have his Jtame oo printed ;
..=.; 8eIo..JNo.. .1. ___________ 10.0' The board passed a resolution urging upon a blank to be famished by } f:
.;.'_.,. 061..1'. s&L. ;c... each and. every teacher of this oountr, the chairman of this committee and ERNEST L. GREEN ""'Bt::j, :; :'f'o
,'!: >s 1ICo' No .l' .;___ .10.00 where possible to .".n4 the State accompanied by the sum of Twentyare . .
( .. *1.. ra L.. Maine, Sal. tob.I Teacher.association. which jrlll. be (fll.oe dollars, the amount of his E. MAGEE . I "'1.
.,t. . 8Cb. No. IS, S. CI, DNo. I 10." held In Lakeland on the **th, jfehand .essmept. arid nottame, of any each V.H4.AWSON. ,._.. 0.d..hit10. ---- ,' tt .' C 'ft.caPeatSt' SIP 'rttest, .ad Doss a i-\\., / (
0 .. 'j c. N. "'.... .a. tc..... c "' ItUB'of this. month, and- also decided te candidate ......11 be printed); upon or ; led BoJlder ..... !'o''Paiaaer" :
t ....1'.No. I" 8.- 'J).. No.. I. 10." allow each teacher attending same. the eunte4.r.turne,./ If . ,
,
frtated
'...... La.... I L5,. ..... PAL.; --... .umOfl.'0.on expense*. .4' >> open J.b W.rk. .aid General Bcpoiring. : < .. "> r
( .' .518. NO. IS '1. .... Ludle .. _, : ;... ;.j, r.Jj.
j __ 8. .. DI1o. I .or The .rr..f M. Spears? school ( II .I Baw. :;::
_...._ Ethe' .Miii.. ..... t.. No. 1*. was raised from $4.e0 jo .(.... wkI -,4y..: ; N 4 ."2 ,,... 1.... jt \fSn&mt'&r k., ,.,'J \SfedaltJ' ",.....HLJ"'i :C

I. .1- 5 gob.' .!! I1t....0. H. n..N.lr'.... per month. '* .> --..*'*, : r*. ,. !fatThere *- Tab 15 DarBngto'AvY.JtEUJS. . I.\
"'bid. being BO further-business.-ths
If" tc..1 80... No., It.: .... & p. . board t adjourned to meet on Mondar. ::1 Tho Old Standard GgOST"-: : I P. A..VaN Aguo : .c'vr. fl.1

... No. 1 ........." ........---........... .I... Jannarr 4. A.' 0.. 1211 for the Purpose rZ. : '''; -vf 41 JAc: ; : ..- ......1.. ',',
I_ "'ed. DooItttleuaEtr.1;, .f attending to all business coming be TQaIe t..qsa.lly.sls..Ki* M y1.-. ; V e w"
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q..8cD.Jir.. .... .I".&. -P.' ,- fore them.. IhU.belns their la.mset4 I GeMral,.Tooie bocanso ft cotrtaias tile A1'BBS.,A cA.aSO{( (UlOCERT co.ittt'p. c': '- *: '< !:\*.. .., .. ._> .
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tf : IJJRST"P'tIST CHURCH .: . 1'planned wilt be a very large< chorus THE LIVER REGULATES TOE 111111 M III11111111111111 lUllVlll
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E .. PROTRACTED'ifIEf ING under one of ,the.most capable'singers BODY-A SLUGGISH LIVER 1 "Tv" ;:.b'\ d -
of the da f. Announcements of this will .
,\"""i '. ," ,..,......i.!.I I'J" ''.J rtTh "'First .Baptist church ef this be made later.A NEEDS CARE. Want Advertisements t
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"''t..,: '' place!KM''.,..niet!.to'bigitt a series Someone hat said that people with t
of' roeettngs, on |January 17. They Chronic Liver Complaint should be r "
i.'lr' :r'M ENISii. have been molt 'fortunate in the REAL SANTA CLAUS. shut up away from humanity for theyare .'

b , .. . choice of a''preacher to aid in thesemeetings pessimists and see through a ALLEY GAZETTE Want Ada are marketplace
', The Dollar Limit store has made arrangements Y a
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rn ., ", "" .. Dr. F. C. McConnell, late "glass darkly. Why Because.men
'.; .... '- _;:;.. .
: {" of .Waco, Tex., now of Atlanta, Ga., to have a real live Santa tal states depend upon physical in which to secure help a situation, to
::4; WLERti8 KETURft.3IMMEE hats agreed to come. He has a reputation Claus visit Kissimmee tomorrow (Sat- states Biliousness, Headaches, Dizzi- rent buy sell exchange anything. They
l' i.l L y\ METHODIST of being one of the strongest urday). Santa Claus will spend the ness and Constipation disappear after or ,
f'/t o.r: :K FOB ;:ANOTHER YEAR. aDd< most eloquent preachers in the day on the streets and at the Dollar using Dr. King's New Life Pills. 25c coat a trifle and bring quick sure rexta/f
; . ". :B,CLOSED. world. Wherever he has Keen his work Limit store and all the kiddies in town at your Druggist.Be I
; ) 1 r hat prospered amazingly. We bespeak will have an opportunity to see him RATES: One cent a word each i insertion; 25 '
rj'j' jttkof thecity and o
:\ -1)-. _.Bar. .S. W. Lawler and hitara.delighted I for everybody who can attend and tell him what they want for sure t* read the Santa Claus % cents minimum charge; fire or more V' .
.. these Christmas.
4 meetings information, and instruction letters on page eight.
... that the conferretutnedhim and tremendous uplift lines 5 cents a line. tar
a
,' ( to the church
1 1 1J A special feature of the meetings
w .
I, year.conference
; rL #I'"
Ik. ti:( v,' ,! .which met in Arca- -- {
tq '. fl\-tdt.; : *.bI xeaf. doted Monday. Its work IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS STRAWBERRY ELANTS-Send $2.50 IF YOU WISH board and rooms In a 1t.{;

-i':,' 1iJa.'*louncement of appoint- FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook. for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.60'1 i private home, call at Faulkner's, 27 1
,whleh''.are in part as follows ALL STAR Feature Week at Peach, plum, pear and cherry treesat Sumner St. 6 t"i
!.!t 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-' lr, '''
'i Florida
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.:.E : W O.*la.:matrix. Mother! If tongue is coated, _foot, Chattanooga, Tenn. 48-tf ,;, {
,'} ,,L R..' Prlda-es. pr...ldlnMor.. cleanse little bowel. with "Cali FOR SALE-One! of the finest grovea 1 i
9 : lltu-X.', M. Daigcr; Brook.vlll.. fonda Syrup of Figs." New FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEFreshmeat in Osceola county, located only one ,; ',
0C
8J. leans-. supply;: Hunhnell produce and provision business I mile from city limits. Forty-five j t
,L''Clearwater."J.-;' *!p* .Center HU1.B. T.Moon.K. York Coleman supply.. Mothers can rest easy after giving DixieDON'T established for years, doing a acres of best citrus land; twenty !t t
C 4' 'i,'.; Da 1'> p.: Major; Klfem. to be nup.U.-| a few hours all the clogged-up waste, I move to Florida. Will sell for cashor est variety of fruit. You can gets tt
.A, Ratetriiarbur.: J E. Lewis. HUPI' >I) sour bile and fermenting food gentlymoves ) I will exchange for improved this grove direct from the owner ,
; -j1r'Oultpon. JL M. Mann ThonoloMHimaV out of the bowels, and have in city oV for established 'u4
property
V:' :'Circuit/ i H. B. Blocker Inv t* !/' "qt/;s: H.N. lx>rd;'L ro. M. O. WIlli.",,.. itmln, j I a well, playful child agin. meat business or installment fur- Address Box 427, Klssimnje, Fla. e;
'" 1OrT4; <11L Oro.; Plant City R K win.i|I Sick children needn't be coaxed to niture business. My business will ) +, t ..,:
i ip f\
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.kt.! 8L..J."etraburlr.. \\'... F. )Junk I,- Siith.-r-; r take this harmless "fruit laxative inventory about $3,000, machinery !,, fFOR
'!.'/- L. Ktlwan. ltor( ; Tarpon l'I\>rllllla. TwW.'Tomklns RENT-Ton-room tWQ-
Millions of mothers keep it handy because and fixtures; its establishment as a
H. F Stpilii: > TO SEE
Wildwood FAIL
t4 : nx7rfby.0. I I modern house giraffe, stable, Kane
!, .) P. Penny mudonl IriilnlnKohool they know its action on theI money-earning power is worth its location.
} {. . )V. C. Fountain I I stomach liver and bowels is prompt value to a man going in the busi- dl'n. good ;;
U
, ... Five-room cottage nicety furnished,
"' ,7 4' Orl. Irtstrlrt.if 1 and Let full particulars ;
ness accompany :
in .. Smith Harden, prei an l ; *,bank 'circuit. J. I* HiKht. nipi l.l lJSvx l\ M Ask your druggist for B 50-cent hot all answers. I. T. Goodrich I lake.
/ toon circuit. I H Koln-iix, .\j.kn| | tie of "California Syrup of Figs," City Market, Savannah, Ga. 51-2t I r'
,-- .,; circuit O. n. H<-e\i-s. mipnlt Cn" Mii-iii, which contains directions for babies We also have 40 acres splendid k
.f' City dlroolt. S .r II, orirli, Km.; '11" IH..I I 1 children of all and for THE WILSONS i WANTED-Owners of good orange I farming; and trucking; land with 1'
Y W. J. Hnrtli-lt niippM, M.illiix ages; grown 9
Circuit good flowing well, within 2 1-2
I F\ land to furnish with (
F .r_ CltW.l1. Htrlcklnml llnvt t Inn ,n,< I", ups. me description hp
aY aYr I
miles of KiBBimmoc. Nelson
1 tyli OUlt. A. I.. Hope KlnHlinni.i, 1 S; \\ and net price if you want to sell.N. : Realty .
tyjjfX..Wl r: Maltlaixl l .1"I nil K I H JIIMIH7jE Miller, over Gazette office. ( 0., Kissimmee, Fla" yor
aiupply; ecBlniru. s "read\ Ian.I. ? .1.1i l .
B. Ovli rtn i-lnuit .I I. .KolBuin,
lAy
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L'I$f' Paatka.V( \V M I'I.IIK nod> !IMHH, .and novelty aerialists, who will I EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS FOR RENT-8 room residence, fur
lti FV,rt McCoy <; Jl lark Ki, ...proof .1 appear ]In Orange Grove property yielding ) nished, $15; 5-room $10; 5-room
r ("t: i MT. Btnbbn. i Si \ III. 'I"I" < nil'. .I K !I'?: I. I'uljjfj. big income. Send for detailed de $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and insurance -
pordptlmsLllla aid Ti11. I I II! Hnon
'f.If'v.'' < ;Winter liiir.l.; n i n 1111 liS'. ,In I Monday Tuesday and Wednesday scriptions. Frank H. Davis, Apopka 202 Broadway. r )
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.a.f iMiokevintii.; MIIMII I If II Hun. n"Q' Orange County, Florida. 45-tf
Welaka rlrrull. I In In Nii.ln.l|,| .li.l.., FOR SALE OR RENT Beautiful
;E. 1', -\ ,Ise. :"en. rlrrull 'r-1.! iti.l.ni. ., \\ tat, in a refined novelty act in Roman Rings, Cradle and Trapeze work. FOR SALE OR RENTTwenty acre I hunirajow) nicely furnished delightful +,'' '
fff.O. V. ButlorCKCAPTA
f t : - This act will feature the only woman who has successfully accomplished tract in j goad groving country; good I home like place, immediate pos
A.y. change for fight party Address s..si"Also fine two story modern -
and work.
FRANCIS i one two finger trapeze C /.ettfrwall: I 1L:!!J 1L': E 73d St.,1 I unfurnished, well lusted) louse,
,immediate, of either.Nelson .
I (Chicago, IIIDWELLINGS I POHHI-SMOM'

BURIED IN HARTFORD for rent, opply to M.I I i--: Realty Co -
f i'w,. 4-BIG MOVIE REELS-4[ Tiller.. 'FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story Yr 1
: " North
'" HEAVYFACT : | store building on Brack St., J1
? Sl' /' 'The death of 'apt Daniel (; I HORSES WANTED Solvent and re- \ Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf r4 I

t + y ,a '\,'\, Francis, which occurred last Friday When the dealer to sell sponsible] KiM.iiiinM-1. fanner, wants)' tE 1
h G !l : morning, just at the time the Valley I INa I attempts you In connection with the above big ad we will show the best and use of two. three or four horses or WANTED!: A good' rhea, pony "

gal Gazett was going to press, removed! something "just as good" a* a Boone latest pictures obtainable. Remember, you get FOUR REELSsome mules during next two or three mare. See New 1- < 1 ) F)'
( 'ompuny near Nanoossee or A. E. ,
|rVi'one of the best known and most prominent I Smoker him months in ,. turn for their. fend and -
kr'n, turn down cold for there of them BIG TWO AND THREE REEL FEATURES-all for I Thomas, Kiasimmee ert. ?
do L. residents of this city Captain ,rare Or) might buy if on easy ,
F i d"t0 fto ;,*" Francis did at his home on Emmett is NO cigar selling for Sc quite as ex- the price of terms. Animals will he. well fed for cypress field 4 iWANTEDOrders

'/f',$' street, following an illness contract- cellent as a Boone's Smoker.We i and well treated. Address Box 413, boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lumber -' ate'
wt :d'i>ta1 eel several weeks ago while visiting; Kissimmee Fla.] &: Furniture Co 29-tf
lal ''i Sr hit'old home in Hartford,.Conn. liei4fto KNOW it and exacting critical FIVE AND TEN CENTS -
i j I i! : "Was seventy-eight years of ag. smokers
} KNOW it will YOU after
-so
'1: Captain Francis was a descendant SWORDS & WESTFALL, .kV yir
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"f of the Mayflower pilgrims and a you've tried it.
prominent member of the historic Manager Dixie.
) At ALL goon J dealers or at Boone's
Mayflower society.
; + He was also a civil war veteran, be- Factory. I II Come and Get a

I; r"*'n? captain in the First Connecticut ..---
fT Infantry, and one of the first to an- '
y'y'n y'r
vt, t s .{ ". wer the call to arms. He was noted ... c co ...oc oooo.ocooooooooooooI

....tv; >as,a world traveler and up to the time Royal Tailor SuitNow
: ?, 'of n'* recent illness traveled much in
.south Florida and Cuba.
.Y4a": He was born in Benson, Vt., and "
fe early-moved to Hartford, Conn., where I The Prescription Drug Store I m

; >,1l4. h.,.np gd in the dry goods business. '
,y .;rue-also followed that business in Chicago -
K ''a } ''*i;;.r..;' for a number of years. He came

$ 110"',y'to,thl ;xity Jour years ago, and has
!vrmade[ many friends Osceola
Q t A among:
1 to V >' ''county' people. He leaves a widow. Christmas Giftsat .a Perhaps. you were oae o|\

: '>',' .'/ !/.. Services were bald Friday night at
i ; e *the 2 home: by Rev. A. M. Chisholm
p ,t% 4-.Ipetov-of' Christian church, and the boys who waated a new o

f I !.!i: the body was sent to Hartford, wherep6flnal. == thePALACES==
' 4h r ''' services were held at the Me- suit' for the Christmas festivities.
4 -mortal chapel, followed by burial in
t r'f.fi he Spring Grove cemetery, of that
n 1i.aM. f *':dt,.. .'M.... Francis and her brother, If you didn't get it-

'. -.l.' W. Harris, of Kissimmee, acrom- STORE n} -
,: l.anieti the body. The deceased wes a I tl tlf it was your own fault. I was

+ iW. .i'ji*:jBiemawr of the Congregational church. 1 r'41 '

.' here to measure you aad ''.

.'..':/ 11 axs.It f H MAKES BACKACHE I f Here you find a splendid collection of Christmas sug- % NOW offer to take your measure -- )?


It'$.I 1s n i e .#f.QutQKl Y DISAPPEAR' f gestionsgifts for every member of the family at I 55 (4L_ for aNew r&; {y


,.; A f, .w. r iAjFsw Doses- Relieves All Such I wish Come 'Xmas Display. IIf
prices
to see our
you
tbr ; ".lI'lIaeri"., Bladder Weakness. I pay. YearSuit
ar V. Kidney Trouble and Rheumatism I f
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u i:J..+;' A :It Is no longer Promptly necessary Vanish.for any The Finest Candies in Kissimmee I 1j-

an r,
one to .ufter'with backachlng kidBjney -
v

'4... and trowblohave urinary disorders disagreeable to contend bladder I We are headquarters for Park & Tilford's and Morris I''' If you order it now you can enter with the New Year wearing the

'' .{''- tb. or:.be .tortured with rheuma- "Million Dollar Look" and that's worth something to y_. It may help 1

m "seeN i .! Stiff Joints, and its hoart- Candies. These Candies come in appropriate 1 to 5 .>. you on the road to success. Here are a few Royal Tailor guarantee r.
.C hng! pains, for the new discov-
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: Read them then
-- come at once:
Idu .r .*tery, Croxone, quickly and surely re.neve's pound boxes and make pleasing Christmas Presents.
all such troubles. Made to your measure.A .
% .Croxorfa* it the most wonderful "
legal guarantee with each .
'J rrtedy: yet devised for ridding the garment.100'i :
,,\.e pstem'f uric acid and driving out Cigars for Father Brother Sweetheart process shrank. '

it'' Vn 11 the- 'poisonous impurities which Cost no more than readymades.ALL o

cause each troubles. It is entirelyflerent We the in special PURE WOOL. We offer $1.00 thread for
t ? from all other remedies. It : carry Highest Grade boxes Cigars put up a every
J.I ot like anything else ever used : Christmas boxes of 25. Large if you prefer. Price, $1 to $5 thread found in a ROYAL TAILOR suit a.J r

',a4 or.n the pnrpQtev It acts on the prin.cipl. -- A positive fit, not only when you get it, but a it until worn f ' it
rwr .
Any ?
t }? t .. of,cleaning out the poisons and Linings guaranteed to last as long as garments-if they don't they t

.. .f ; hi ,. oving the'cause. : Fancy Stationery i Transcient Cases will be re-Hned free of charge. :ff k ;
3r .;ltpoaks right in through the walls,

r ;J: ,._nbrartet nentralixes and linings, ,dissolves like water andskeejh.kldrteys inepoage : Our has of fine tinea paper if various sizes I Regular tourist handy set of necessary: articles Six days schedule deliveries. ',
,
,
), sift out and filter : with envelopes\ t. match is equaled any tourist aprons, etc. You Can Get

i rvoit ,I itawaTt all the uric acid and poisons4rom'th.tbleo : where. Pat up in Christmas boxes. $1.25 to $3.00 a "Bully"Good $1

r' : ) and leaves the kid- : '
LOO Dundee
$ to $5.OOManicure Suit for
'!: fseysand! uripary. 'organs clean
''J7t .ttronjr,' healthy and wall, : - -- -- - Razors '
Safety
'?Ii V ItTtatttert-not bow long you .have Sets Every DUNDEE SUIT u guaranteed by both maker and dealer la
''nff.Ndhow old : be absolutely all-wool and thoroughly thnutk. The '
Prlnciple ofCioxone'li.su.h'that Shaving Supplies guarantee farttar
,
verb
; ,1' 70u .b...i used.-the Toilet ArticlesJatt assures yon of first-class trimming aid workmaaship satisfacterraad 'A .

1 + to t1 A-lwpotsible{ # take:;it 'into it U the practically,.humanwithout : Combs, brushes aD loads, Bail clips ud il... service. Yon get all l this for only $15.00 for a coat u. .......It. j ('

.I'<; 3ryitem. remits. There I.ik It the Idad el presents that will be appreciated. The highest grade safety' razors made or $16 for a complete snit Coma sad fa the.. \ ---.r --' { /

.'. ." .tartsgto'work'the" *rth like it.take It it : Imported toilet waters, pel-fames, face Jut the thing for Dad's Ckriat ... Brushes, fDon't ,

.r I Yf ." tnjnute, at:you,; tlma you powders, sachet powders, ceLl cream, tooth soaps and face lotion that make shaving a forget we dean sad saTO dye r .,
d, ,.;;i'and.tellgvsp 3be'fI i |. la fact everything far the _dolr. I press ; aaythiag ad cre ,. r iI ; ,
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!- ,' pleasare.1
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w .. ue :; :
do
thing-and it right Let as call fee jtat sated "
suit : '
5 f 1I :YOQ-'eaff.r., ;yvrtb'paint In your. f J': 'r
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'1J = uidea.arkave aay.sgna( ofaw ; '" t
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fi11d; Ibladder.troublet...... .ortb.uma4 rr; >ZO" ";:!

S I It. ,. tItei tismsedsias'pu1irtSwellUlge"uudert .Joe' p'the feet end ankle. n lH.Bd PALACE DRUG STORE :Inc. OLIVB'\'R': I n ya- 'inlii', Yw 1 t

\ '.%01\.aN.'tJ..6.' ,", lnd{ andnm; down, : : \ T a'1 t tO{ ::
:;.Gr..bothe rvltll'artnarylduorden / ,, . .
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