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: January 1, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00679
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f ;Association l Reports. : to' overcome For'years the the : : -

:l>:f1'n ; ; *-'ssnlMEE FJ* produce bll'it Jemamed for'a number ofthe Oaceol 'county"grower't.'ha!. .

.SECTION ER CANVASS MESSRS.OF: FANSLER devised a defnite'plan'along the tines of -operation.>> 'whichifeimedrout\ ,}

. \r, 'AND HOWELL..MAKE ESTIMATE t M 3) will solve the problems of transporting and marketing the Fbrida'fruit; and' ,

'ON> }1tl-8.. ;: ACRES.if''Withfavorable .' produce. satisfactorily and will do away with useless.-competition.. . -and. coin,niet -' ";':
conditions ions.. .. 'v.
prevail. .
s-if I;;ing the strawberry crop in and aroundKiealmmee' D ; Definite; details of the new plan are not in .shape,, for' publicationbut) ? :, a' . ; ff
.this season will yield "0,. : number of the prominent men of the county are lending their.supportto the.. .

', 000 '(1:1 r :*,made by.S. F4 Fansler and Clark
Saturday and to theijboard of trade at its next regular' meeting'. for\
1 I ,Howell who were appointed on a committee 0 : : recom*
",: from the Osceola Fruit, apd 5 : mcndations and a -oval. It is proposed that -authorized capital;'of the;:,, 4-

;. Truck Growers' association at the last & co-operative corporation shall be not leu than $500,000 and that immediate'' .\
'meeting to investigate the and
: crop. campaign be started to make the organization state-widebodyy ,
make a report on it. a /All the t; .

-j. 'i .,After a canvass of this immediate FIJI as a dependency of u e'British empire Is to take an' active: 'part in the war the colonial office having sanctioned grower of the state will be asked to become member 4, (/:the corporation? .and, ..

> :''havef'.TS.vicinity'reported Mean on Pansier approximately and Howell ele- the sending-of-a contingent of native troops to the front -photograph shows a squad of these tall welts j only grower will hare the benefit of the organization., ., *. .,
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:' *and an el..hth..ere.. In;plots ofacres built soldiers being drilled ,by a British officer. Not only does this new organiza-:!k i' '{

[" one and three-fourth half .... - ... . . L .-... lion propose to handle and control the '!'
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sV fourths eighths, ', and small marketing end of the crops but it will BRYAfeHOME '-.II ;$.
garden patches. Of this number about aim to provide its own fertilizing J.J. a I
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.! six: acres is considered in good condi- plants and nursery stocks, establish .
+; (\Aion: and expected to bear\ full crops. YEAR STARTS WITH BUSINESS' BOOMBusiness canning factories to take care of the "

,,')t Between remaining'number four' and five bear acre a of three-the surplus. provide, operate pre-cooling its own plants crate ,factories warehouses -- BURNS : I y 't i

"". foam crop from present indications, ... cold storage plants, etc., wherever ."' ,
remaining'acreage' wil| bear 1, needed for its stockholder "
at 1 Itast a half crop. Skies ''FLORIDA LEADS IN Contracts For I It is by far the most comprehensive EARLY MORNING '. FIRE 'DE-' :* : : tt,.-i:

..4''ln.\; Crop Out pok Good. Otoooo.ooooooooooooo.oooo STROYS CHURCH STREET RESIDENCE -,;; -
!t the berry acreage classed as GrowingBrighter .. Millions Made' I 4. 4 -OCCUPANTS -,- MAKE', ., k
r1t. first, rate area number: of small ;r+ NEW R. R MILEAGE TRUCK GROWERS' MEETING ESCAPE IN. NIGHTCLOTHES. !
patches 'in north Kissimmee, and I4, ) ;:; '.'
( ;t(1.. which will all bear full crops. In In the SouthlandColumbus ,!' -*V for U. S. Goods, *> The Osceola County Fruit and 4 : J. H. Bryan and his: family: 'were')i* ,;<1"'
I Yfwest{' Kissimmee are a pumber of small r'r If aft the sixteen ., .Considered Truck Growers association meets 0 i routed out of their home i ol1Chuta1a'JMLIItreet ::

;4 fI pate amounting to about one-half : Ga.-The Industrial Index I as In the south including Missouri and New York.-Europe.n nations have',* tomorrow (Saturday), at 9:30. into the rain and'. .,,. '
Oklahoma, had done much railroad 4 a. m., at their new headquarters 4O Thursday about-2 avm.. byjl .I 't.
/all, and these patches give in its issue for this week I. as States' flrrtba"oI\ "
: contracts in the
] placed United ,
says in the Citizens' Bank O completely destroyed* the' house. "and ti :. ,
r t. baring, a three-fourths "The evidences of business improve- building aa Florida did in 1914, for than worth of I building. < .i
?- I there would have been 3 200I more $300,000,000 '&All members are urged to be 0O' furnishings and -practically,' .tbeir% .. ,
There are a number of other ment and the of over 1r? ,
'r > promises great prosperity supplies since the beginning of the
M'ama 'patches, about the pity which in I i miles of new road added to thq lines present. 0 wearing apparel.-- Some of the family' ,
I the immediate future Charles
are Schwab
so war, according to M. ,
.. of the instead of the 911.26 0 0 had rather narrow'escape and all of; c'' '"
r. .. hot inspected and other parts of substantial that the beginning of the j country president of the Bethlehem Steel! corporation -
pfthe county: are growing berries toaconsiderable New Year will be marked by a confi I 1 I miles built in those states. who returned from England in them their were forced to leave'thhouM. ' ' 7 I"
.. Florida leads the list of states with co-operative nightclothes. )
extent. which would far-reaching plan
bepotable even the Lusitania. Mr. Schwab declared (
&. r'It is*expected:;"'that,> iKese""littlej under" normal 'conditions. ,the largest amount of new mileage on that:-everhbeen-devised to be.put. The Ire\ glned In ,the dl'ningi ' \..
1iI. patches I in the city will almost entire "One'of the most satisfactory and displacing even Texas which has been that-'result of thii'buyirig the to operation inV the'. state, and if 'the room;"$ .""a fire had beeiUeft burn;"' jr ""
?'yly''supply: the l local market,' which substantial features of this evidence is I first for a number United States was now at the thresh interested grower are successful In Ing when th.\famUtretired\ :., 'about '
Tr'means that' there will probably'; atUy the resumption of operations on full | Florida, in 1914, buIlt 203.06miles old of the "greatest period of prosperity establishing such a corporation it will midnight. Ills supposed/that'spark '
: 'least thirty-five thousand quart shipLfcped time of manufacturing; :\ establishmentsthat i of new railroad, not including sidings it has seen in result in'atsfactory profits. for those, set ..therug' aflre.or that there was
to'other markets from this point have been rtunning on short time,I'I or spur tracks or second track; or many' years.. : Who, till the some defect in the hearth and that the: ,\ .
';,;' .A. largo proportion of,the crop will be and the resumption of operations by more than 22- per cent of the new .t.i...... .OO .v.O. ... Here is a brief' outlyn.'of the general -* tire-cawgbt underneath 1t."Whentb.f": ;; .
1)); ;early though ,a few' of:;.the- growers some industrial paints,that have beeh trackage built in the sixteen states.i 4 s> plan which, however, may be family-wa.awakened .the1 house ,was
-..have' both early and late'fields. some instances manufacturing -i Principal Florida' Project. PRESIDENT i WILSON '* : changed or modified when it .is submitted i filled- 't"I' : :- -,/ First ExP tl..e .c...... s plants are being operated overtime i k Fromthe: Manufacturers' Record I FINDS BUSINESS > to the growers' association, later flames burst.from even part.of' i
0 ti. Many of the men who are. growing to fill*the orders for-their-pro-t the following principal examples of O STEADILY IMPROVING.}* Saturday. : > 'w ,;'' the dining room, spre.ding'quieklj' to ,
this "" ;: the road in Florida,, 'taken of tbe'Corporition'The ., air of the hou.e." '
building part
fatrawberri. season--are having ductV OI'I,";," are +." -.. ,,t-. '- '. -<. Object The fire department f'
. their first experience 'With'strawberry: "0 Cotton Improves. ; : >';|1[as well,.the'table showing the mile, O I'*Washington', D. HC.;*=1 eeiaent,4 corporation-will bo the general ,responded,to.the-- alarm but > r
,' culture in thl..ectlon.: ::There i* no F I' '.The exportation'oV eotton'"contin.i'hes t>age for each' of the sixteen states this + Wilson, told .callers'that air l the businea, agent. of- lie in the, fire 'had gained :such headway: ' __,
'doubtf but that' strawberries. art tone increase :-There Is,, improvement ,,:,;year and that projected for.-19151': O.information( reaching him whatever pertain. to the cultivation of when the.firemen arrived, that' 'I" ., "
A of..tSs''.most profitable' crops;to'. bepraised in;the'lummer'trade., \-Business' Seaboard-Air Line. tAcme, -spur, +, in" the United: ,. the soil; generally speaking, it .will flames could not be cmtroUe4't '
(In Florida and.'already'a'n 'near- Early Bird, 4$7: (miles Carpen perform, for'.its stockholders! the tho,house-. ,was completely ).>;i L'
; was better'i,just 'prior' to'' Christmas : ; ; +,States ;,1s steadily1 improving. dif-v j : ')?.., I .i
',?,f'. ber' of :the newcomers sire ; planning holidays than '_a expected and'it is ,ter-O'Brien' spur near- Jacksonville, 4 0' 0 ferent; service now'performed bra the. though the boys fought brvelyl4o4 .,.3t' f.
I .'" to have out crop another year.' 1. reported that this business was fully 1.98 mile.; Bartow to Pembroke; 8.74 ..OOOO OO.t..O'OO.' . O. ((Continued on Page Ten. check the conftagra n... The-rain and, ,t", I e
iV!."Through the- enwen':' assodation.arrangements to normal in some cities of miles; Pembroke to Jumeau phosphate thefact.that there was'MitUe. +, wind-, '3'
.'!.. hare been made "to secur up the southeast. years plant 3.69 miles; total, 19.18 miles, I aided in keeping the fly from spreading -- ,
$ the necessary refrigerator crates "Florida has broken all records fora all in Florida. For. 1916 now under to neiChbofiDI'.hoa.... ; yl

r for',marketing the berries/properly week in the amount'of citrus fruit construction, Bartow to Lake Wale., I Some More Kissimmee Kiddies ::1 :.Th..nlr.rtlcl.: ; : saved' ',out:of: n he't "
: and .shipping; ,wfll begin. in, .earnest shipped. Savannah's exports for a 22 miles. house Were two trunks' and ODe ..,* '
,, tom' week were third in value for.the cities SouthFlorida and Gulf-KenansvilleVto One of the daughter sleeping'on the ". ,\ s-'l
} of the Atlantic seaboard. Receipts of Savannah 9 miles. For 1915 second floor,', attempted' to' sav MI"t! <
Savannah December 22 Savannah to Hunterland 28 ,ilell. clothe before leaving ,the, house but
DOWNIMG'WiNSrJ cotton at on 1rra ) l'r,
/.HARRIS : established a new high record there Fellsmere Railroad-Fpr 1915 from by'.taking-time ,to'' collect them she, w;,.'
for a day this season. Several million the western terminus' ''to Broadmoor, was -cut off from\the :\.ta1nra . I :.t
of -6.6 miles. smoke and flame and had, to climb" ,rout +
'IN ;STUDENTS CONTESTfy feet crossties are being shippedto I If : : I'
Florida East Coast Kenansville a ,. .
eastern ports of this country Railway- onto the roof of the front verandat,: : '>"
through the port of Pensacola. Fla. to Okeechobee 49.1 miles. where rescuer came' to-her 'a /;.In./; ." ."To.
and members of'the'Oi- Large sums being disbursed in the For 1915 contemplated, Maytown to the excitement: however she I.U'the' .1 '. .
Faculty are
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',.': eoJa High school are happy ore* thei'faet I payment of dividends by banks, industrial New Smyrna'and 17.35 Gulf miles.Coast :t .}. 'i'iy bundle of clothing on the roof and It., 4,,.1was ,,,:-!- '
: that Harris Downing '*/ high establishments and other business Tampa Railway- ,burned before- Bremen: could reach*! ,o' '/
.'! school: senior; won the first medal institutions: A new cotton mill From near Tampa to St. Petersburg it; '* -> -> v-1'/ > ?: .t /.... _" .
47 miles. For 1915, from Baskin to t -
:,:awarded in ft student state, declamattiou.conteat. i is l to be plaoed. in operation at Alex- y ,The house iwas'. partially; .covered 1 '''.r "I'A.r..r' :
Indian the Gulf of
: held. In Lakeland Thurs-: \ ander City, Ala., and a plant at !, Rocks on Mexico : with Insurance i-of. $1,850 and $750 # "s ,-J . >
,=/.May evening as a closing: feature ()f Brunswick,. Ga., which gives employment 8 miles. Bay' ,' ,,. > insurance was carried on the piano and '' .t1 tJI" ,
' the annual meeting of.the state teach- .to more'than two hundred St. Andrews For-1915 Railway fromnearPanama and Terminal ypy{ M furniture.. '' It -I. pot' :known dat, thia' "P ..... it"I., :
r ars'-association Five boys and five ple- will resume ;; time whether Mr'Bryan'wil 'rebutlcl '' Ii i.'J'; r >
tlgms-were entered in this contest and clearings and postoffice receipts at mile. City to St.. Andrews ''8.5 at once'or:not, ,The members of'tb. _I,d .i';'Y;,;'!1lf'; ,;''
; ) Kissimmee Birmingham,'bow increases as compared family were taken,into th.bomes.of'j =.<<
I 3O'. elantive came near first Atlantic- Coast Line-Dunnellon to 1 i" ;
.,50' taking the ,with last year. neighbors Thursday morning and will, If.i"; ;: :
waned for the Construction."Among Wilcox, 61 miles; Milldale to East- be ,. an..
., the girls. Judges : New : by: ,friend.;until they an't. ;
her highly bat I the'items of construction port 4.8riles; total 65.3 miler.Deep ; can make .
i commended. Lake Company-Between Al- zJr .. : rm.ne_ -.aryan..em.: : ta; : ..
a ..1 I girl was gjven4he prize byWa work to be' done,; asreported this len river and Deep lake, via Everglade, n".t< lt I//i ti.
: ,week are:' ::
points. }
the 800 teachers present atejvlation .' "Apartment house,- Atlanta, Ga.; to complete- line 105,, mile ,, .\

.".1.'J.: was fa delegation of bank building, Valrico Fla.; bridges, PROGRESSIVECLUB: / 1" <' : ;
[veT.from .Kiseimmee' Including Augusta Ga.. ud Jacksonville, Fla.; 7piJNS'f 7-"'. ..R. M.- Evans, Prof R;. F.;Webb hotel building, St. Augustine ,Fla.; GREATER HARVEST . (
.1 XI"- Clara Ledbetter. MI. j 1bina7Smith. factory buildings Homestead, Fla., ROBERT FRANCIS- YALEKA CniSHOLM' p > R MUSICAL .l. -: :
Cleo Woold ridge.; Miss' and' Union Springs, Ala.; roads; Lamar . .
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lanes Harriet Wil- county," ,Alabama. and Quitman THAN EVER: BEFORE Rev.andofthla'dty y, i '
uIse' Thomason '''' ' : "" "
;;:__ Mrm.A._ M. Chiaholm., ...alt _, .
Miss Mary C. Bryan Miss Clara county Georgia'arrangements- are . . . : T. u !{embers otthe"Pr'ogresaive'; *,,V';<, i'Ts
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)}Astute: ; Miss Medora RU8sell..Hi... Lucy, begin perfected for erection; 'Of a city Washington D. C.-rThis year's ap- YELLOW PINE COMPANYTO KEYSTONE COMEDIES are Ianningtobavethe, : Hisses Zimif;y, - ;,,;Wltherspoon and'' Miss YowelL The J. hall at Bartow..I.1'la.; and bids havebeen plecrop was the largest ever produced INSTALL JfOVELTY PLANT RETURN TO DIXIE mer, of Cblago.who are.spending the I .>" >?V'. P
superintendent -for erection ,01. a .hotel ,
'retiring:' county opened in the United States. Estimators ' winter St Cloud, and'are fine' .
sup-erintendent-elect building at Savannah Ga., announced from department The Yellow Pine Lumber .company Swords and Westfall, the new manager .. .crane, to appear In concert an .. : .
: : "Construction'' contracts have been of agriculture that the 1914 yield was rounded out the old year by shipping of the Dixie theater announce early'caf.-: the affair' ,to be.a ben.ft"f 4:+ "'f/
iv.All of the local'teaser returned l awarded as :follows: Hospital building 269,000000 ; bushels er 114,000,000more a carload of; casings and fine finishing that they have again secured the well for, .dllb.f-]': "" { .(r if
" . 'morning equipmentabout $36,000, Angusa materials .to" Sanford, the third car- known number '
.- splendid than produced last year. Keystone comedies, which Were A of, local people heard''' :.tff t'
..nerJeport.: convention aDdmueb. 1 ,.Ga.;i hotel;building;':Buena Vista, These figures representedac- load to be shipped by them this month discontinued when they took posses: the Misses ZImmer in concert at SU !try+."..>
enthnsiasm. Mext year's con; iFla.I ? paving SC>::: Augustine, FILl! and"the only material of the kind Ion of the theater. So Cloud .. a
i tual "agricultural jHold, the depart many requests on Tuesday of thin, weekben'. ; ":? ', I
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in Tallahassee., ,waterworks and t: .
will be held sewer systems sent oat from Kissimmee. In .
ray( pn. men xplained. and should not be con aver have been made by patrons who had they appeared nnder auspice of j Ute ' ,
"jII' i electric: light plan Minette, Ala.; ., future' the Yellow Pine Lumber' company missed these amusing that y
; \ West fused, with those of .th. commercial pictures'of that city.,
t *- \> ** oJi' theater building. *-", Palm 9each. crop' which'comprises the-,marketed will be abl* t > r
NEY j AND'BOSKINS ? Florida.; e Th r portion of the total production.: In'I fine finishing work Jiaving machinery I them again. '_, hast hey have been privileged to hear::. M, ? ,
has been trfade for franchise , on-tb. ..:.way now .install, the finest ,
LLBRAT MEETING :> i":, Application,. 1913 the .ommercial-.crop wasestiijated for'some-time and feel spec that thw'' ; a"} '
; for V establishing'.ffictric light .. noveltyj plant'south- of Jacksonville. HARRY HUNTER AND PARTY ri I 1
at>40 per cent ;of. ha agricultural ; Progressive lub fluid make no corec: I '
a and power!' plants in Ba view Green -the. aim Intact,; it will be the I11'plant'lD' take I.. y
rimneV "president of therower' production.Usuing; EXPECTED .THIS'WEEK champl. Jdn.' such a mut : : l
and t Shippers',* Spring and Safety Harbor, Fla' Ice proporOonrfor'tha,1.1914' ;: .basis thla.1ear" this section of -the: stet.for" doing t--., ", ... ,,. .fj'. 1""'... '
( plants will be established; at'Home- such hi. 1aa. work and the company '1b, .Jo' :tofl '
MrvImeldnstraffle',* : coDiIii.rda1 cropwould"Rota! : Mr/and, Ms. One l Ja. ", ,
Hunter-and .1lI8.e.Jmm.rpl
.,and steadrFla.'andUnion! will be able to handle all theirorderehere "' "7' : 1 4 ...
.r-rof'th* league are,ex+;* Miami Fla; will,establish SpringsAla a destructor ,J08.6301ooo' Jiuebla't i v ;,;, psabd down ;from* Orlando, ton.-* "*".- - - :,The ratate.leadlnl'i'tb'; 1productlonof topnd'" the1 tin.finishingtroracksonyOle , with party.of homeseeken The otter iii a' p4 dot and .... a l's.tifut I' '"
) -. pleto- .blayearwere:, ': "r necessary. ; from Minn. ?and conralto 'ofee.They have: s.:
w' apple : : ..* Minneapolis. TorontoVCsiW -
: 'to be dona.rCARD ,
&e'groWers' 4nv > 1- T A'banlfwlk'ppiW'atoek.of' : ,|CO,- : odate4--withJtIIeA11taheatJ( : ',.::' .J1 .
'. 'New,York. 49,600,000 1 1ifbell Per i.,1 ... are;expeeted to;:arrive ..IIJ'cIa',1IOW'to a r : '
t9:3 : in-tieXiiifl-f ,bX basienorgani; ed'at >St.Cloud, sylvanl28400,000] ,.,11.1. ** OF TllANK8."r. ." si 1HI..tbet..mtu'ha.JQaimm. tainment bureau. ,.which- local .. .. -.' "r':""' .-
banks: enk 'Fli";.,1 I< aiiar"eottntyT::: : .Alabama,!;.ot_d 200:0001 .tV Jl. : ""J 'H.'Bxyansmd family wjabw axthefir ..*- KI' Harry.HnnUrwas: ,. ono..; know for it* aeiaUent-p ff.-. '.' "
,,,'s i t r, .n of the ehlef '' and.. they 'are-- bfBad . road: 'conatmetion'.bondi tucky.vU,700i: >00; O 'J; ;. peM firemen: fG'tt'bAU4orta. promoter* a.liclerm'the J '
;... -.. -:::."... OOV -" .to n.v. th. Bryan botlllel ',sinimoaJ l assts Lakeland ,114 Tampa duri .' +
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: :: : ,UP ? *' '>'; } '.' fcjr.- *" : '' ,iiNiisf Ji- lnm Too i, man t---JL.y.-who-travels' i isisift on' nili cneeK i-ea0 5'

", INCOMES r ;, TO Home, or Mr.. and Mrs. J..- 1t1.J'
Io d 8t>tickthat_ keeps the best time 'A tn>.fcmlc. For wlaHcwMl cfcn&re

,r :, ;41,5M00MARKl $ : '" iil ft .

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l 4 b the.Washington commissioner, 17.,,CJ internal-'Tht report revenue of 'II I }! le :,,,'. -I!?,.4,.. "'. I J$'., .:.E''E'" :::; : "",1)4.: ::" ;. :, -:. .(., f"i

,Just oft the press, shows that there are 4. )rt'I I *j '' lrPOTATOES
', two citizens of Florida each'of whom .' : : .1 POTATOES, ;u JK1LGORE
= : ,
d. has an annual Income .of from $75,000 ; '. ,
.,p., to, $100,000.1Fho *'" ;, *'
Are They Variety; and Quality Guaranteed' ; ;
:>, -H
'-* The Internal revenue bureau will '''I- ."

Yrr 't', not official divulge or employe their names.who would In fact do, the so.i I I, Red BlissTriumph'' Spalding Rose ,No. 4, Irish Cobtier.-, ): ; .' ;: y*

hi f would certainly lose his official scalp \ "
if his Identity became known. produces.We are handling some of the very.finest Seed Potatoes }that"Maine*.r"l"" > '$ .,a:-\-1"1UK
2 income of ( 100. rFki1t >
But an $75,000 to
000 is a whale of an income as every- Every car will be carefully inspected by a Government Pattiologist\. : : : A'r, \V
body will agree, and everybody has aright and each bag will carry a Government Inspector's tag, certifying that: b
,' to guess the names of the lucky I same is put.up especially for seedi free from scab and ether fungus") \'.::5
ones. diseases. Our .grower soaks a seed stock in formaldehyde for I-: i':
The report shows that 1,988 Floridians I :: two hours before planting, and when the potatoes come up, spraying, ?, J'J

"r, 11"-.". made returns under the personal is done with ereat.recularlty throughout the entire growing-season,. .' : I v
.. income tax ]law. Of these 432 ,, We are in. the Seed Business, and when we"! say Seed Potatoes, ' ,
reported incomes of from $2,500 to ;I we do not mean a lot of cheap commission house junk, of,'whtcJa. '. '.!' .
4 .' .4\ $8,333; 648 incomes from $3,833.33: to II I f f- ... r.k there are thousands of bushels sold as seed. '"i l..j.
p'' $5,000; 633 incomes from $5,000 to If you want some of the very best Seed Potatoes obtainable ,
.4G $10,000; 131 'income from $10,000 to I write us, stating what Quantity and variety are wanted, and we will 5'ijU!:*
fi $16,000; 68 incomes from $15,000 to I Irt be pleased to name our lowest delivered price for them. I .,.t' r,
$20,000; 39 Incomes from $20,000( to ],
t $25,000)) 16 incomes from $25,000( to .. '
$30,000; 16 incomes from $30,000 to I SEED COMPANY Y':.t

, $40,000; 4 incomes from $40,000 to Mr. and Mrs. Willson and Chief I cranes have through affectionate as- to admire them. !"' t
? $50,000; 4 incomes from $50,000/ to Billy Bowlegs, one of the Seminole] I' nociation and patient training, become In the Iecember number of the I' PLANT CITY FLORIDA. .. "
\ $75,000; 2 incomes from $75,000 to Indians who is a frequent visitor in I' thoroughly domesticated and show a I
] Blue Bird' a junior Audubon monthly OO O..040U.' O '
$100,000. their home, are shown! In the fore marvelous degre of intelligence. They J
t IV'i' The state of Florida contributed ground of the above picture with two I dance and King upon request of their 'Mrs. Wiflson has an interesting descriptive I - --- I- r
$1,509,008.81) to the revenues of the beautiful sandhill cranes that are fav- mauler and with a little coaxing will story of the pet cranes, Bet- :
i government during the last fiscal year. I orite pets of the Willson family. TheRe I make their bow to vistors who come ty and Dixie.
4 . I
It in
contributed 34126.25 corpora- -- :
tion excise tax, $92,958.97 in corporation ; ,

i<: individual income income tax tax.and $108,800.43 in SUNDAY SCHOOLCONVENTION I[ RALLY DAY SERVICE BULLOCK YELLOW PINE LUMBER.: ,,1 r;

t MRS CARR GETS BACK JAN. 31 i AT BAPTIST CHURCH ] REAL ESTATE New Owners -- New Management'' ;, ,/'

The precinct Sunday school con- The First Baptist church of Kisgim- (
ANOTHER DIAMOND ventlon will be held for this quar- : mee has planned a rally day and roll' INSURANCEExamination t
,\ ter at the Presbyterian church next I call service for January 10, 1915 at I EVERYTHING- '
( Sunday afternoon beginning at 2 10:30: a. m. The purpose is to (get in
Sheriff efforts
Through Ingram's o'clock. All the Sunday school workers touch with all the members of the ,
wt another of Mrs. W. J..S. t'arr's stolen
I in the town and surrounding country church, which now number about 440,
{ diamond rings has been recovered. I in reach are cordially invited to and to enlist their co-operation in a
Max Small in trial TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE
jail awaiting on attend. There IK no limitation of the protracted meeting which is to becrin!, of Titles I
', furnished.the'.charge/ Sheriff of stealing Ingram the with jewelry i a description , number of representatives from each on January 17. a ,
r school. The program follows: I In the protracted meeting the pnstor. -
; of the man that he (Small) 'of'
fif t"s? -' 2:00: P. M.--ilevotional service, led Dr. A. .1. Holt will be assisted by Specialty. '
cold this ring to in Jacksonville, for "
?. :* $b, The sheriff sent this description I by Rev. Chisholm. Dr. F. C. McConnell, of Atlanta, Ja., I II WE. HAVEIT, ..:
f* t. to the Jacksonville police and in a few . 2:15: P. M.-Song by the representatives who i is said to. be an able 1 aid most I I \ A
days the man was located and the ring of the Baptist school.\ eloquent speaker.
i I fhe ,MUSIC during the meeti.i/ will
We fully equipped and manufacture &U grades of
recovered. are
2:20: P. M.-Men and the Sunday I
.. he ]led by Professor Hill, of New
Of the six rings and two diamond School by J. L. Cameron esq. who is now visiting in Florida. lie is I Correspondence Solicited; lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring,Siding;Doors, ?:
stolen from' the Carr home
r earrings 2:40: P. M.-Discussion of the topicin I fine leader and
exceptionally a
all the jewelry has been recovered but an Sash Shingles Laths, Window and Door Frames, Moulding
two-minute talks.]
musician of note.
,. one ring and one earring. 2:50: P. M.-Song by the representatives :1 n'he public generally is most cordially of all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.We .

of the Christian church. invited to be present at every l I o oo oo.o 1 also carry a complete line of Brick.Lime,Cement Paints
GuUNTY service, and take in the sing-
MEETINGS 2:56': P. Classifying the Sun- to part Varnishes and Glass. We able Cornish "
day School by Rev. S. W. Lawler. in!". The Baptists hop to have a FOR RENT OR SALE. I II are to to you'.every:
chorus! of not less than 300 voices at thing for your house or your barn from ground to roof. .
t AND CITY COUNCIL 3:15: P. M.-Discussion of the topicin each meeting. | Five-room plastered house, furnished i y
two-minute speeches. I or unfurnished; on good 1 1I
3:30.: ;" P. M.-Song by representatives I street, good neighborhood; easy I II
i ,. 'The county school board has a special of the Methodist school.\ SHOOTING SCRAPE I terms. Ask Mrs. Summers

+r, meeting next Monday' morning at 3:35-The: state convention and coordinated I I Send for Free Estimate l '
the) courthouse for the of
''f purpose work. Reports from those t
completing the year's work, as two of I. who attended the convention. I AMONG NEGROESA '
'the present board members retire after f Strangerare \>
1 3:55 P. M.-Discussion of the topicin ,
; t the: regular meeting of the boards two-minute talk I *
a on'Tuesday morning following. The 4:10 P. the shooting scrape in the negro quar- 1:1: I II We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. *.', ,
: by
retiring member. are W. W. Chandler M.-Song representatives YOU LOOKING for a *
and Geo. W. Overstreet. W. C.Lall -<>f the Presbyterian school.\ ters sulting Christmas seriously morning for Mose came Jenkins near re-, Contractor Estimates on house bills receive prompt attention.,. i
; !: remains< on the board and the Song, "Blest Be the Tie That Mi
who visas shot through the head,, by FARM--;
two'new member. serving 'with him Bind, by all present. I i *
wiltb, ,d. S. Stratton .and'Walter Closing prayer and benediction. Ernest Williams. The two negroes I f :i
Bronson,'who" assume '.their. official had had a fUt fight on Christmas eve J either large or small? If so, '
r''t duties.Tuesday,., ; COLLEGE and Jenkins came out the victor; Yellow PineLUmberCoa;
y : 'F.The meetinga'Monday and Xueedayare ,STUDENTS:
Christmas morning when Jenkins appeared -I .
Ask .
"r the 'last that-W.' Sea>.willat- at the boarding house where_ 'I e

l- ;tend taking-a. superintendent place the first, his'of February resignation The college. students home for the Williams was stopping Williams open I Mrs. Summers Phone 195 KiaimmeeFla.: "'-,,r !-.>
Christmas holidays will all leave in ed fire him "
before time for the next regular on and inflicted a serious I
zo *; "
of the Clarence the next day or two for their respec- Williams "
monthly meeting board. wound in the head.
tive schools. waa arrested 608 "Penfield St., one block PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWORD'The
E. Yowell succeeds Mr. Sears
3' as Going back to Columbia''' college by Sheriff Ingram shortly afterward f west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde, '. ,' &

'' ; superintendent.. County Commissioners. Lake City, will be Misses Inez Carson, and is in jail awaiting trial. the 2nd avenue' west of court > >

,The board of county commissioners, Nellie Calkins, Miss Platte,. M. A. Jenkins is able to be out on the streets house leading south). .3
'ft t meets 1 in regular monthly session Farmer, Edward Newton, B. A. Guy again. l
:u 1 'Monday'momlnl' at 10 o'clock in the and Lee McLain. a
Misses Phyllis Jarrell, Lucy Buck- __
courthouse. At this meeting a new
; county,attorney will be elected to fill\ ele, Leona Robinson and Eleanor .... ............. I Favorite Store of Ki..i meet ]I
Moseley will return to the state
the vacancy created by W. J. Sears' woman'l -
rasl/rnatton, which takes effect immed- college at Tallahassee. I
,: ;JaUIy'after this meeting. Leroy Leslie will go back to the 4000000STOVIEA woOb
r'< Porter Military Institute in Charleston -
\.., '" v City
.. 1 V, ,' ,The city council will meet In regular 8. C.Wadley I
.: ..,..4.t . 4.Daonthlyv. ". session next Tuesday eyeninr Parker will resume his TINWARE o Y
study in pharmacy in Atlanta after
., : ;, .a :780; o'clock' in the city hall. being home during Christmas. I No matter wast kind of WOOD yon want, we cam supply yea I !
'h r\ .._ ..O..O..OOOO.. .... PROMPTLY in ay lengths Our wood is weD seasoned and aD of it

J' :. .THURMAN CITY. Y goes into HEAT. Call 'paws 241-L.

*, : l .\ .'. .".oo. II It .........t Citrus fruit That WillWEAR I

.. ; Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lanier and .9
.j '1;<'/ ,tbUdreu/; spent Christmas with her i T of
\ I'
.' _' : .
.paren ... .. ...
'' Mrs. Tallman of .0..00..0000..00.0..0..0.00. '
Mr St.
and Cloud Trees that have been grown
,W L ',were the guests of W. A. Skinner and ; (
.'Ii: 7 1 't ;wifs the past week. by expert and experienced Nur-
':'iW"' Ac M Sensiba is diamondback
r. having a
,_; i-
; .
., ,!I't;i ,. .. rattler mounted that he killed at seryjnen.' IiI(
I '''Sootliport. Jast.week.AlbertAcres. ft i J

1'', a \" \ ,v ,y.JI rt' and daughter If want rattling good tinwarj
r 'lIP;'I' ....Christmas in Kissimmee, the i Peach Trees, Florida grown, :, you .
)', .,i of Mrs.' Helen.Bass. '
; gar COURTEOUBTREATMEN'f'1iTHE come to this store. Dpnt. buy
.!: :
,' r ';and Mrs. Ballanger and daughsoent budded r
y....,;:.. ,ti I ,Sunday. with.W. C. SansTba onPASCO iff M
it is
.,':" 't family.Acre PLUM STOCK ware just cheap ''you, ,',
',f :, c was In Kissimmesimj.
I !>. ; :74'r.'W. do-it's just like throwing your;I'
. A. Skinner motorto -
m. /-'. St. _Cloud ,Tuesday. Mr. and Ws Guarantee every TREEwe money away. We can: 'save.. you '
".P spend a few (
4J:1, P i '.b"'heaJth.:dO wiU,.her. .:sonsln, who is/in fail- ship\ to be first class nursery OLD YEAR money on every article: ofKITCHENWARE. "i,.;.

\ : and if It'.. .
A stock true to name .
: properly ;
. sad. Mrs. Dickinson, Mr. and AND THE NEW
E .Mrs."Abbott and Mrs. May Stockdale. ", set we guarantee every '
'.'wer calling on. Mr.'and M... W. C.
'.8eneIM and son,' Christmas. .TREE to grow or to replace J4'in

d nY .>>N ftoM. CD TROUBLE, same without cost.. Business prudence sanction's the advancement ,

'; \ ?j. ,GASES OR:DYSPEPSIA of your financial Interestss.Blot ., "

;' .%{' i.Pip'i, 'Ji.pepeIak) ;; ; ';.Sick, Soot. out the delays of .the old year our sloe(apd there are hundreds of the,1\l bast''and'most' aiefjthinto ;<< '

; 'a 1 .G.. $o.acM nrel7'- and atari, the new with< a firm
f a.KL If you' aN looking, for first year .
: ;
<( select! ll'' m.. All Dew good and sornvTara .enbona.rIf
/; "; .t' ,, Ia tb, Lutes: ;-'u. i 're-tatloa'to make. prompt deposits \ ,are recaat' art
: Nurses *<* iLT" "
v 4 'If;kwhat you Just ate'II souring'on'your elan stock do hot faQ la the Ba. .. you b;:anything' about our way,,of;:selling''you'know* tbat'otu1: ,+]

Lr"-:".''lead,,,:'ftom&dl.orU.. to !digest. like, oryou.,,, '-luUlp belch ofrensirtg ,:'to send for our latest catalogue",. I Your'seeosaty, !.Is, ;eordiafly'lnvltedfl. ." i L i ir :. j prices/tKottgh:, 'low, will purchase only. !th best"and,.,.';:';fiihert'tha muket. . '! I

\o, !> .te ,'1IOQr,- *undigested I It. which is'yours for'thi asking.rplV"t'rrW't" :. .4 : "isr ". > ''i.i: 'f 1..." 'v- !If i .!;=i-..... ",j" -.o.t[. '
fit ooood orh.i Pei' sV t. .. .' ..... \ I.'i<
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t. ; .. .. < . 'Savt g.,'Aeeoaats: 444.'f} .,. ,, .i1
+ "r b.. issttnass. Deu.. bad tasto ; *< : t : 'f' < t lvs tui ,." -' -'M' ,
,'c .9n,mouth' Hssl'yon Thomas P 1; , :..' ,.' ; ,t' ..f' 1!< ..'.Itrr' A ,
'..eaa Mt blsswss rallaf in ma minutes. .!t>'. . \ vt.' .... 4.1 ,Ii, :/' : .. ASK'US,:AIUTFAVOiRll; : S) J,

"' Pat .. isfraaatk t..eb$. orsr r i d: & P.. Ji;., Wit'pi %tlA7f'\ : .. J7Ye
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t NurseriesI 1111 DW1Cgne4 -, r.-- >/' .I
a toi y itftj tssjt ,casa of ? ; .11''n.: ., t. ... ,.. : y
.>*lJfcasM. MV dm*.atora. , -., '.' pratft. "" --.p- .,. .. z t WI. ai + Y i "
b I ,fcraen-Ws b.BW "., ,- ;;, Pa ;. +i ,lf.rAiJlwtt9: ,/ lt.+ Mtl( rib 7Jf( i f :2C.i1f
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.f u, : D' '/MDriD'I'' [UJT'IS''tl"n'EE :1 >'..''A. .oBtBMdi. ..w, t Biefat.Nx at-
T TI and expreas office M p apv 01 bele-.
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: running to Nty ... .....' .... .

: Ta1THE [ FfY:4HOIIESEKE8S ,':,Florida/'ant' to A i?.. '
: county, Florida. where. .stkt

sects with the'' Seaboard ,AJru...: ,
-,, p1 .. -.. wy nC l7 s + ,.4 'll: ,.
''The'Valte7C/uetti'eutendaa'' : ; cor4.1ml. ,-for'- its flhe'truck gardens,' possessingsome Baptist, Christian':CatJielhi" ,""'I-': ,i
: .
," invitation+\tots -readers in' the of the most'profitable in."the iic? .'s1 Methodist, .and'' ' :

)Ulrt: !.,to-study,the facts pobliabed! on' .Whole. state of FloridaT This Is owing I houses of worship,/ v> ,. ,
;tide pagai'!' :<; '<: f ; In ./......t measure to the fertlllty.of Lu r A' largethreestory fraternal" .ha(, .4if f. Y

ft Usleolfeounty'wants anon.'peopt. its soil coupled with'an equable climate accommodating the Masons. r KntgMa tft.. ,
'*' and abundance Pythias, Odd Fellows Woodmen of ,
..rnorvtstittlen,, morelinduitriesY moreofe.vprything supplemented by an
and if you are thinking Cartesian water. Few early the Wortd-Junior Order'ofoAmerican./.// ,*?
c, ; ,of.'coming,to Florida this'wipten with; vegetables grown here need more) than Mechanics: ,Unir Star Carpenter**., ,

'the ;;idea of later-making, this -ataf.I -. a -.surface irrigation., Ofttlm.s-not., + union, city council. mayor'! court'and 'qt '
{ : hour,,future 1 home, wewant\ you toj that, but the Skinner system and sub., 1 board. ,of irads. \ t" d

r"com.!. Kissimmee and. Irrigation' are, both In ,use?;' guaranteeing t1 1 ,Two .ub.tantlaCbanb w tr.amp1N, I, ,u' r 4
:' .*..I*..1 rrr. seeforYOuzo"j ,a thorough safeguard' shouldwe ;4 MI A', capitaL,, ' : ''I'1,

r. '_' "We want you to .' experience a,dry ...80n.-;; "Hit or One ma rnl1lcent'uri8t hotel t' and, ,
1 t our- people with our, business men miss".farming. is a.thing of the past. !I, 'three smaller on..... '. . "

,: :and with our farmers and if after I Our experimental farms show remark A beautiful,'Country// .Clubhouse. ,., ,.
i. 'you have done this anI; are not satis- able results when scientific 'methods with, spacious golf-links.'' ''

a It lied,' ...:shall not try tor detainyo u. are persistently applied and hundredsof Two, theaters. ', ., ..;
i-l.. .We 'know that if you will do- this- newcomers *re taking advantageof ,A large baseball ..rk.", , '.. .:t;
-',. f you will select O.ceol.eoqnty as spur the eomparatiaelycheap land and Thre large' citrus fruit pacing'houses

,....... "future. home. salubrious climate dry this part of the all.. fully i< equipped with the' '
state. Practically, all staple"garden lat improved machinery for.sorting- '
l. :' vegetables known In the north can be and handling" :. "" '
r.7x Osceola County here grown to perfection and. ave A fish shipping. warehouse.:. '' 4 J
t .'.; supplemented by others of a semitropical An'.+Ie>* factory and 'coldstorags', -

1 ': j"> t,Osceola the most nature and some variety can plant with a capactity .sixteen. ,ton* ', '
;' precious g.mIn f.-.
Florida's diadem, whose soft name be raised in each month of the :year.
'e. -resembles a*,senorita's whisper as rotation,of three or more crops In one A lumber milL* S y ; ':)
l ,something to" be lingered upon in fond year is generally practiced. We challenge I Two planing mills \ !T -
"...t', 1- .. .... An orange box factory; 'V: ". ,/ ;
;: rtemembl1U1cer; : a county containing the whole state to produce any ; : "
I I A' furniture wmanufacturing eon-:J' ,
: 1,119.515 acres, extending greater variety or more succulent vegOSCEOLA- BROADWAY KISSIMMEE SHOWING TYPE OF SPLENDID PAVED .* ?
seventy-Ave STREET. cern '.
lar form north and south .. - - .. '. .... -
,, and east and west fifty miles -. .. ,. ,. -. -.' ,' . --; Two cigar factories; : { '
-.miles ;
.-nwtwel.- '
to meet the "
A 'est4llsb-:> I.
cleaning 'alld"d7.lnC' '
r s l rfvith: sin' assessed value of, f 4.262,000 Increasing demands of rr.etit. .' ./ [, ,* ",'.
: on a 40 per cent basin for the year Two Crane with '' ,* rfare f
,. : pumps, a cipaci'y: Two bottling' 'W rk. for 'the.m Du- .
,1913 adu.l.val-
(10,655,000 on an .
of 500 each minute! '
gallons per of soft drinks,, .. t> .:
for'1914 with bonded debt t
: natl6n ; no ; I
)i 'an empire within herself .still an In.1 r jjVxl engine.Ore 125-horsepower. American Ea'l A medeldaLry; with a fin.'b.rd' of-' .:. ,
thorough-bred. Jersey cows >- t'
f. tegral! ,part'of one of the most
;: One 250-horsepower Skinner en Two live .' bAn
'tlful in union I ,
I.t : + states our ; a hamCr'
. /partly' fulfilled achievements gine. unusual of wellestablished 1,
( ", great expectations; a land beaU-1 Two kilowatt Western Electric business 'hou...."._ ,.

} ;:with; milk and honey;" one which "
f' a>bountiful return to those who till

\ ,her fertile soil; a county kissed from

<*...... arly 'morn until dewy eve by the
". .r\ .:.kindly rays of "Old Sol;" dotted with II III
enchanting lakes and crystal rivers ' H + f... b !
ij... & y' I y r" 4a6h 'l'I t
** "'YY! tth"
-JI' wh... the muses haunt her shadowy Ptv ''e
'! 'brooks" and enhancing beauty rests Re' T1 ,

.I' > and pleases the eye; -r 0
p+ 'TCWhere the banks and brnea. are like
t.- 1 Bonnie Doon
.Aria streams meander. to a .diver tune; Ii IiBARGE
t ;'sw>*r. the tree. are never l"afleaa. and
T-f\\ the meadow are. always green; \
;L '.5' 'Wbile bird. In bright ray plumage are >I.'*. :
Vforever< ; to be ....n.r
' ., A.COUDty possessing an ideal climate .. ...
JVith'no great extremes of heat :,j; flW'
. '
ror sold, the mean temperature being LOAD OF ",::I .
;75 'degrees-rarely does the glass .- --" jA
1 'Teach'93 degrees in summer; a place II dynamos with a volbal'8 capacity Over lei) automobiles.1.' . ?!
;. yilrhers' one Ts lulled to rest by the l of 2,800 kilowatts. large fleet of motor boats.1A : \
my breezes wafted from'her num'It I A La France fire auto truck costing boat line which operates! through'the
I $5300 carrying two thirty-gallon} lakes and the Kisslmmee river :'
< crona lakes. or from the broad Atlan- COUNTY CATTLE IN LAKE (I on
L ,ticvon the! east coast tempered by .. ._ -_ - TOHOPEKALIGA.- r chemical tanks and 1,000 lr- t of two between Kissimmee 1 andBassenger; i'
\the. stream, or from the Gulf of 1
I on the west a county whose, etables at so little expense than is 'I iNA I I were mainly these: I I A trained fire department of ten and 85,650/ tons of merchandise valued hat
cosmopolitan.M"'lc inhabitants have the vim grown in Osceola county. IKISSIMMEE I Primarily the whole state of Florida uniformed' men. $3,600,000.", There are 150. motor .

..I ,-and'map in their composition to keep TIMBER. but more particularly the central part The county courthouse and Jail. boats operating on the lak. and,KU- ." ,
Ht eontinual1 before the world Awing NUTSHELLKissimmee backbone running north and south i lOne of the finest high schools in the aimmee _river., OWing,to ;:the,recent: '
.:\ "'Tto.l.' ..' great "/progress arid prosperity" There are vast quantities of yellow is rapidly forging ahead and Kisslm state, with pressing necessity for vast developments. :the''' ,southern', ,t
!t.1l' .which has been adopted as ,this coun- pine and cypress timber throughout mee being so favorably situated naturally '' an additional building and a faculty part of Osceola county,' the dockage I
'1' Osceola county, only a very small por- has received her share of pros compoc-sd of a principal, and three assistants facilities at Kissimme have een outs.
,;; U ty's.slogan. Pamphlets descriptive,. of tion of which is as yet developed. It is the .county seat of perity. Further her localnewlpaper.have : ;t
q 'our'. county;, newspaper articles and is estimated that Osceola countye( located on the main o
the pine amount to' :
r never failed in their duty, which I
: discourses all their but to Atlantic' i I
play part, 1,700,000,000 feet and"the to line of the Coast Line railway Ci
cypress they also consider a pleasure, to
;1uUJappreciate., our great- county, 600,000,000( feet. The growing: scare-'j I 165. mil.,.'- south of Jacksonvilleand mots her onward: march. They have pro- .
come and visit .us; then we are certain it7 .of virgin timber In other states i aeventy-nine miles east of Tampa' '
been well supported by the Kissimmee I
:ryon will become: a convert and a neigh I and also- '
naturally, brings Florida's supply into fortunately at the head of
board of trade' and the ladies of the
v ,bay; 'will 'settle "down' among',as and : prominence and the opening of the I navigation from the gulf on the extreme
'Jotbe: ;: content under the ahadow-,'your Maytown. northwest end of'Lake Tohopekaliga Civic leatuewhich latter.organiza.thin
new Florida r -
T .wn vln.' 'nd fig tree, and joy-with has I been. Instrumental among A'T'r
; ,
)!'eo.llt railway through. Oaceola meaning "Sleeping Tiger, other things in creating boulevard
., 'its healthy: wealth'and happinessi>i(<, whose her and I
.county will greatly facilitate the mat. inviting watel's.l.p fees the length of roadway covered with
\ ]. 'JjOTRV_ 'FBVlTSli. .. .. ; keting of and whose!balm-y.'breezeal constantly,cool] .a carpet of Bermuda graph and dotted
v'?>*. bsoeola''cotfntyis; "large'produc'ei'l' ; give employment to a .I large number! of her stately brow 'leer geographical with water oaks and stately fan palms'j] .c
position is
such i is '
destined to <
men. ,
"..of>.itruf fruits'and, the of the . thakshe. and the equal of any driveway, in the
'I ;\. oranges is' equal to the note Indian TURPENTINE.There state. When the citizens of Kissim

-", ..Driver variety certain brands bringing I I mee contemplate what they were-, W
'. ; ''the-highest price in the n6rthern mar- are large and valuable turpentine II I what they are and what-they are destined

",7'J { "k.ta.1 NO.whore. ,in the world is any holdings four stills in' the in county and, I I to become they have just cause)

F ,'rfy finer,pomelo or, asit I is better knowngTapefruitproduced I the although is are operation to be proud. Pluck, energy and
a ." \ *- and the demand I industry practically undeveloped. dogged determination have accomplished
,'oCorlit, is Now that the Florida\ East Coast many civic and private Improvements -
; .to. a remarkableV
; ,exteut'.The. Satsuma', tangerine, kum-, railway has completed a branch line and she figuratively opens r ,
' the whole length of Osceola county her to the whole world and sends .
: Must, loqu.. .and other choice varieties arms I
tapping: some of the most valuable '
: of them a warm and pressing invitationto
4 ,
meet with
oranges ,,a ready marrket. -
pine forest in the United States the
here and share her wonderful
\ .- .Limey and lemons'compare favorably future come -
development of the turpentine ;I
i witty-the'Imported: article and natural resources substantial Im- ,
interests Is assured. The dif-
{ 'r.r arei, largely: used at home. The num- many provements and pleasant conditions.
i'<.'.,..Ibter: of boxes of granges and grapefruit ferent grades of of rosil1'aud other byproducts Kissimmee has an area of four
+* *hipp d from'and through Klssimmeq turpentine .enter largely I square miles with one and a half I.
into the manufacturing industries and '
------- miles of lake .
[;,' during 1913 amounted,to 200,000( poxes form ; f i frontage. '
staple articled of "
t, > .z.'freightand 12,000 boxes; com METHODIST CHURCH KISSIMME?: A population qf 4,20O, 600 of whichare ... ..
The "
.merce. business gives employMent ''
y"Tbree:: Itubctr d'','boxe.. of kumquats I .colored. : ': "
.were,forwarded \by express. t. the CATTLE to a great number of men. be befcefitted I An assesed value in 1914 of $1,383- OSCEOLA COUNTY.'TRUCK FIELD.L.. .._ ;::1',,7: n : 7'f.'%
iyime l Pdoes.obtained from the INDUSTRY. greatly by the deepwater 055 on a 70 per cent basis
r,'.'Sale-"of jcftnis.V. fruits approximated"" Osccola county can' of canal system through central An -actual 1 valuation of nearly and eighteen other teachers.An grown and 'a new.dock: has just. been.:
boast having .
.1.' 1 --r 1, '- Florida ,contemplated by..'the federal $3,000,000. enrollment of 668 pupils.A completed. ,
government, $73,000,000 having already Four miles of vitrified brick streets. tastily built and nicely appointed . .
been appropriated to' improvethe Sixteen miles of concrete sidewalks. Chapter house owned by the Hart n.
existing jaterwajr from Kissimmee Fourteen miles of terra cotta sewerage Memorial of the t6. .O tOtOOOOO. ...O. .'
to the gulf through Lake Okee- ,chapter American

chobee .And :$680.000'to.. deepen the Five miles of main canals for sur- Women's league centrally located and
present streams and canals from the face drainage. containing a library of 2,600 volumes IRAYSTONE, t

St. Johns >riv r Veatward via Lees- Sixteen miles of water mains. Anew, federal postoflTlce to be erect- it. fit

I burg miles to to the connect gulf,-the 1 leaving two.canals.bat twelves On wires.Nineteen miles of electric. light ed; appropriation made and site selected.

her., ,.vest m confines eh4' laprotected, Twenty-five miles of telephone lines.A .-" 'ROIIAI. hp (I. II; ,..fu,'Ip: C1'
by'lofty pines; lrom' any occasional < municipality-owned water and. Free delivery of mails. r f

'cool 1 breezes; which may in winter be light plant valued 150000.. Several rural free delivery routes. ; t" :

+ wafted from the Mexican gulf. Truly A reservoir with ,capacity. of 68- A Ladies' Civic league. \ \ Open YearRound: "',;? ,
to behold her in her present advanced 000 gallons.An . .. . . .
condition and 'then take a I' elevated steel A live board of trade.
i : retrospective tank, 130 feet . ,. '
glance 'and know what she was a high with 1 capacity of 75,000 gallons '. t. ...- . ,
few short years ago; one could well which gives normal '
a pressureof 1--- '- ' '
imagine that a beneficentfairy had fifty-three ,pounds .to the square ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME' ..>:t. ) :.

wielded her ntariq wand, and instilled inch and throws a two and one-half. We ..... ... 11- yen a.-b. H .. _. .... efars.e.:. .NI Y .,, < :
inspiration and'laudable ambitien into inch stream sixty feet high. I, ..err 1T"'IL ""Ittm.ta .*. ..__. "S Wet wpr H61.tIAae THAI VMMUNIA, IiI i
rte' .-eUtr !. lest ............ _........ %.
the veins We .'
'of her citl- rWefcJtajjfce' live fe y '
An wkerjlaia *
now .
. ''-.. : progressive eight-inch well. 379 feet deep, .. l n, ... Sapps... r- _..,_..... AM rM ,. .
IB :: : t t''t' i? .A .Tjpi& 'KISSIMMEE.HOME.' i ij ijthe'l.rgelt I tns'butwhen: we use Reason and view which flows 420; gallons a minute to a __"'.) De It j. ,.. j was v .' '
conditions as,they were and ar-e. we height of seven Lest;above the surface .. .. .
896,000rThe flgures forithaTeason cattle i industry of. -< .And I the causes for this great change and which was supplemented by BLOWERS LIME: AND .rOOSPHATE'OMP+I(Y,. <. ..... \ .
any] _
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of 1914 will! :'be largely 'iniexeewsof county in' the'.state of'Florida, The of' "d"'r\ -- .0KPT. 00(:.. IeALa. rb0Y1DA.. < q.. , ;y -..'..::, ryirr ,

the'foregoing."The-industry affords immense herds;"of the west are i fast, 111 . .. .r"" . ,
*-* *Ing ly(,:remunerative sorting, packing employment and shipping Hn id..n.oJr disappearing the And laet the'.eyes few of'years the cattle hare. 't 9 u ... i.. '.. OH o. t .. . 0 ',i+tto' ? 0 ,.. ..'it 0' t'.' t oo't' : 1.. 'r '

to..number':ousands dof four'of-of months and>factories; and women indirectly which for ay'i. '!I'.'Tbe turned\\-peat': ,:! fa the, dlNettOft'11'1of; ; ;roimHngoyi Florida;\, ;:::1;._.,, '. 1 { ;SOgt., A o pk ka :GitrusNurso ries,4, t! ; :'

"'are in ss' >sia.tlon'the en tire,year,. > A : ;tr its'yast: t.., ;:\ atlra'cted. 1 d / .:

Tb. radNlTof''citrus fruits' in attention; as ,,source;; ef pplT"&DIJ I I'"t.' \ 'Iesd1ag"vsHMla'.f. gCrepefrrdt r ,
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bring gol- pblpp.dit0;.fhportb; i anf$ **** *1/:,.".M:;'=\J 'J-,,...,., ",; ,; the ........ pekes. ep ;. .r ,.. '1\; T
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exportedvU '
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| |- Society, Notes 0*.. .. .. 0 .Schools'and Colleges 'an" the'''Young,'' The Pennsylvania OU'-co..pany' ,>&. .
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Matt. temporarily suspended operations .at
? { PRESBYTERIAN,CHURCH., 18:1-14: ;. 8: -17;; Paa.84ilU EstateAg Aey; : \
:; There will be communion services at $2; Deut. .6-9: ; Isa.. 69:21: ; led Kissimmee park on account -of' a
by Rev. S.' W: Lawler. broken cable. A new cable has.been aNeee..----.,....., .
t (Mettle Belle Harris, Editor) the Presbyterian church next Sunday ordered and the boring of the, well -'
the sold.
Friday at Presbyterian bought and :
morning at 11 o'clock. (Realty
Ii{! ( *,..j. *" church.' "Home Missions;" Pea will be resumed aa soon as it arrives. ,

I 1 f Request i* Hade to all patron of the Valley Gazette to send !Item J BAPTIST CHURCH. 90:121.17; Luke 835-39; ; \ :Thess. 11: The well is now down to a depth. of I Houses rented ,TAd f fl'"
'Dr. Holt will\ preach Sunday morning led by J. L. Cameron esq. ISaturd.y more than 1,500 feet. Taxes paid and .eii6ed +
of society event to the Editor for publication b these cehwur and night Sunday. The morning January 9 7 m., at 1-- --::- tot non-residents. ''*
"Mtssions The datable. . That.DOM. Not Affect The .HailBceaBM *

g Fb if . . . . . . the services will begirt\ at 11 o'clock and the the Methodist Jews 67 Isa. 49:3-16 and of iu tonic and leash ,. ...-. LAXA- Fire Life and Accident.: .'In-;; .
- - - - - - - - - night services at 7 o'clock. The ; ; ; viva aaoxo
i I I I e I I I I I I D . D ' 'I'I'III' .1' Illy yI I QUININE__b.ttertb.a ordinary surance. '\\A f '. :
Quinine .1Id .so.
morning subject will be-Two Resolutions Acts 1:1-8; Eph. 3:1-10: ; led by JudgeG. not ncmmiB norcissf.g . ,!
i ,r. SHAKESPEARE; CLUB. I PARTY AT ST. CLOUD FOR ." The night subject, "If Christ F. Parker. look foe!.Un hmd.ilcvator Remember of B. th..U W.'" '' Indemnity. Bonds. \<

\ Mrs. G. F. Kribbs entertains at her I NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATION Should Come This Year." The morning -
home on Main street this afternoon 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, Mr. hour will be the regular time for ALL OHIO PEOPLE .....0..0. ..............

F Flf I (Friday) for members! of the Shakespeare 1 and Mra. Sam Ragsdale, Mr. and Mrs. the observance of the Lord's supper, .1 I-
club. D. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Andre Van at the close of the morning sermon. n%(
I.J. Meersch, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. In- Everybody invited to each of the ser
FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. 1 gram, Mrs. Bullock, Misses Mary Dixon vices. Strangers especially welcomed. TO MEET JAN. 8 C.W.GRIFFIN +

The Five Hundred club did not Dory Tracy, Richards, and Messrs. I Ij FAMILY MEDICAL GUIDE: ,
<4 < meet on Tuesday as usual this week, j Atwood, Dutton Russell W. A. Smith !, EPISCOPAL CHURCH. The Ohio will GIVEN FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS.1/'/
will be entertinedlhls afternoon l Next Sunday being the first Sunday organization hold Staple and FancyGROCERIES
but j and Dr. Kissimmee
tf. I Simpson were peoattending' their annual meeting at the skating ---- ::. a
Misses Virginia and Angie Makin- and i in the month services will be as fol-
by the cabaret dinner'
ple Prominent physicians\ have estij
ring January 8. All Ohio people, ,,
their home Pleasant lows: Sunday school 9:30 a. m. holy
>4 eon at on avenue. New Year's celebration at the St. ;
I Cloud hotel Thursday night.i communion and sermon at 11 a. m., whether born or reared in the state, mated that 68 pet cent of the case *
CHRISTMAS DINNER. The Kissimmee orchestra not 10:30, and this change in time are most cordially invited to be present of sickness in America could be i
t Miss Sue Watson was hostess of a I i ent also and furnished music for pres-the will continue during January, Febru- and meet your old and new friends. prevented if there was a more widespread -'-'.'!;'
danoe given at the Makinson hall on occasion. ary and March. No evening service. Bring baskets well-filled\ as Ohio people "'
of mcdt-
1 knowledge practical
q Christmas night: Members of MisH I W. H. .BALL, Priest. have keen appetites. Meeting hour Free Delivery to all Parts t.r. ;";.
Watson's dancing class and invited KINDERGARTENENTERTAINMENT I 10 a. m. Bring cups, plates and cine. '

s I. friends made up the party. I December 24 the children of MissPetrie's ,I BEAUTIFUL SERVICEAT ppoong. Cf'b? (City; The majority of us, up-to-date'P. .'
BIRTHDAY PARTY. kindergarten had their Christmas 1 President I r everything else, obey the same rules ':
i I entertainment. They had been feast of the Lord's of health that were the fruits --of ,
Little Miss LoU Overstreet enters great nativity M. H. PORTER, Secretary. .' I ,\
s tained a number of her little friends very busy decorating the school room (commonly, called Christ Mass I popular superstition. in those days .,..JV?I
Thursday afternoon at the home of I with red and gold chains, Christmas day), was fittingly observed at St. f' G. A. R. WILL. INSTALL I "when practically' nothing was known "'j!.;

4 \k; her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Over- I I bells and holly, making everything as John H ( Episcopal church). The first [ OFFICERS JANUARY 61 I about pre ntivc. medicine.In ..'
street, on Main street, in honor of her i pretty as possible for the mothers vespers were sung at 7 p. m. Christmas If YOU AreTHINKING ,
the that people will begin -..-
n i birthday I who were invited to hear their Christ-' eve. On the feast day itself The public installation of officersof j "M
anniversary. I i mall recitations; also to see the exhibit there was 'a low celebration of the the G. A. R.'s and ladies of the to see boa .important it is that'1

f j J ST. JOHN'S GUILD. [, of kindergarten work the little FBI red mysteries. At 7 a. m., high G. A. R's: will be held at the G. A. R. I they learn a little' mure about the :.j<. :
4'' St. John's guild of the Episcopal fingers had been 1 HO busty making for celebrationand procession at 9:30: a. hall January 6, 1915. All visiting ailments of the body a practical "

church will meet at the home of Mrn. loved one m. and second vespers at 5:30: p. m. comrades and their families most cordially OF BUILDING A I medical guide! is offered tI' all the i I' .
Clay Johnson next Tuesday afternoon, i The choir wore their new vestments, invited to attend. Dinner will readers of tins paper Free of Cost ;ra, 4
1' January 5, at 3 ock.'ock. All the ladies MR. AM: MRS.! HANKINS and the great (also new) processional' be served at the hall. Everybody is I HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET I The nhme of this, work is Dr, .
of the church are cordially invited to | ENTERTAIN cross W1Is carried. The priest in I requested to bring dinner, also cups, Miles' Family Medical, 1 Guide. It'iS'--' 1
t"" be present. | Mr. and Mrs. W. (7. Hankins eijtertained charge, Rev. W. H. Ball, wore a very plates and spoons. Come early ;ndenjoy ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I a work that has heel! very carefully ..
a number of the young people beautiful white silk and cloth of gold u social day. Meeting hour 10a. compiled, It has b cn written in .
J 1 AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE. I of the city Wednesday evening at chasuble, the altar was prettily decorated m., sharp. M. H. PORTER. very plain language; { nntting-when I
i The American Woman's \league will their home on Patrick street. Cards with flowers, holly and greenery j --- - AM PREPARED TO FURNISH not absolutely necessary, all technical i.

meet Monday afternoon nt 3 o'clock were the diversion of the evening anddelicious and when the tall tapers ((8)) were CONCERT AT SCHOOL HOUSE PLANS AND ESTI- words and phrases. .1
ad I4i in the Chapter houae. This is the refreshments consisting of upheld, it was a very pleasing] sight.! WAS CALLED OFF It tells how to recognize varioo l'"1
i { meeting for the annual election of officers a naiad course, cake and coffee, were There were a good number of communicants The baritone concert to have been I MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM ailments. It tells what to do before'' ;.
and a full attendance is de- I served. The guests were Misses Laura and the congregation; and ,, given last night (Thursday) at the I the doctor arrives, or if he does not 1
(' sired. Thomas Ethel Gilbert; Mary Tiller, collections were satisfactory and show ,, school auditorium under the auspices '' PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD. arrive at all. It tells what to do .:
I Lilian Prentis, Mattie Belle Harris, of the Civic and what not -to do in case of acei4
an increase over last league was called off be-
.' RANCH PARTY. Messrs. Nathan Bryan, Wadley Parker year.SELFDENIAL | cause of a confusion in dates, made J' dent. II gives. a few practical laws .
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Lesley and children Will Mason Tiller Arthur Jarrell WEEK. I by the singers who were to of liealth. It tells of how to take I
Miss Virginia Lesley] Mr. and I appear.They care of the sick room, of what to :
rr and Howard Stanton. The week beginning January 3 is I Ito 1 wired Wednesday to cancel the
4 I Mrs. J. C. Cadel and Mr. and Mrs. be observed by the Presbyterians I engagement unless a later date couldbe I eat, of how to care for infants and 4!
L. H. Ingram and daughter were CARD PARTY. I other important details .,
S under the auspices of their general I given them, and this was not
members of a party spending One of the most enjoyable affairs of Send your name and address to I
merry assembly as "Self Denial Week. Each I ranged. ar-j Contractor and Builder, .
Saturday at the Lesley l and Buss I the holiday season was an evening member will b e asked to make some I Family Medical Guide,

4.' ranch on Canoe.creek.. card party given by Mr. and Mrs. H. personal self-denial in order to save j i 110 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR KISSIMMEE, FLA. Miles Medical Co., Elkltart Ind,
'rF P. Porter Christmas in the parlors of I something to be used as an offeringfor LIVER AND BOWELS nicuiioniiiK the name of this paper
CHRISTMAS NIGHT DANCE. i the Gray stone hotel. In the guest I and will receive of these
the furtherance of the kingdom 124 Sunnier St. Phone 266. you one ,
hf t 1 One of the most enjoyable dinner party were, Mr. and Mrs./! Henry Mr. : of Christ in the world. The idea is a Cure Sick Headache, Constipation valuable books all charges prepaid. 1
C parties of Christmas week was the I' and Mrs. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Van 1 _
good one and should be extended to all !
Biliousness Sour Stomach. Bad -
given Mr. and Mrs. J. j
lr .. one by der Meersch, Misses Turville Angie the weeks of the year. Breath Cathartic.No "
,. F. O'Berry at their home .J
r- near Makinson and Marion Porter and
Get into the "Week of
{ b Shingle creek. In addition to members 1 Messrs. Hannah, C. W. Ward, Billy next week and aid Prayer"in efforts services to- odds how bad your liver, stomach O-O:; .
e, :< < of the family the party Included Makinson, Nelson Makinson and Billie get the Christian forces in consecrated -| or bowels; how much your headaches <000 0 OOO.OOO OOotUoo o O OOto. . It n.....
q Misses Leon Roberson Ethel Rober- how miserable from \
Mc<"ool. I you are "
i' accord for advance movements in
'& eon, Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers and Mege I Mrs. Van der Meersch won the first the work of the kingdom. constipation, indigestion, biliousness HOLIDAY OFFERINGS '
+ i i. era Frank Jones and Ike Adams. I lady's prize and Billy Makinson the I and sluggish bowels-you always get : .
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v'.4 .' .- gentlemen's first prize. Mrs. Henry WEEK OF PRA YE relief with Cascareta. They immediately Beautiful five-room bungalow practically new, well built cboice"' :
and Nelson Makinson won the second For many years the World's Evangelical cleanse and regulate the stomach location lot ..
y .R''''f\t' Oysters fried or in stew will be I I prizes and consolation prizes were Alliance has provided for the I remove the sour, fermenting food large fronting to the northeast. Beautiful view of tho <
..J; served by the ladies of the Christian j I awarded Miss Turville' and Mr. Mc- observance of the first full week of and foul gases; take the excess bile lake, everything modern and up-to-date, nicely furnished. Immediate;

> "4pt'r 1 church F.riday'nl ht, January 8, from '' the year as a week of prayer. Last from the irvfer and carry off the con possession can be had will rent the house furnished for four months;.
,,0 to 7:80 o'clock. Good fresh Cool.Dainty I stipated' waste matter and poison 1
or.ter.1, refreshments of sandwiches, year it wag observed in Kissimmee, or sell worth the 'f" '
1 ; ,,-t) ' '.,with bread, butter crackers, plc\\ ell, .punch, cake and candy were served four of the churches co-operating in from the intestines and bowels. A money. ;+; )
.)py''' ""f'' '4', ,olives and splendid coffee. Price 35' after the card the meetings. These have agreed to I 10-cent box from your druggist will Seven-room cottage on paved street choice I location, modem;;: J

,'' ,'.. './ 'I; .ants,,, '.In .the PUley,. building game co-operate -again1 this year and the keep your liver and bowels clean; well-built for convenience and comfort splendid neighborhood owned: .
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MOTHER'S CLUB. for the week follows by non-resident who will tell .
I I Ii program : at bargain price. '
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k Th. Mother's Self-Culture club met Sunday. January. 8 Universal and months. They work while you sleep. \
, ,' ENTERTAIN AT modem cottage, close in furnisned.1 "
DINNERjA.1f'"JI''f (
\ .t 1 with Mrs Mark Munger on Friday af United Prayer: : John 17:23: 1 Cor. practically new. '
_-.-' '.\' : :,..' t'\'MrT'''and Mrs. .Andre Van' der ternoon December 11. Songs in the 12:1371: John 1:7: ; John 11:52;; James esh.Fat owned by. Missouri' party who,will sell for less than real value '. & )

;tip -7-t Meerich entertained Christmas! day home, school and Sunday school was 6:16. The Sunday services will beheld Get Your We also-hate a two-story ten-room residence modern anj conl.venient. t .
. with a charmingly planned dinner the subject for discussion. Some good in the several churches and each good barn. stables '
,'- !vf' at their beautiful new home papers were read by the members, pastor will conduct the services in his garage, etc.. owned by Alabama: man." .
rear APALACHICOLAOysters who will sell "
r ., ':" 1.f.:' the country club. Coven were which were as follows: own church and as he chooses. I at bargain price or rent for one year. '1 :y..

., 't. laid for nine and included in the guest Song, "Oh, Please, .Miss Central," Monday, January 4, 7 p. m., at the Come and let us show you these properties and give you a citancod! ;; l
\ aSt f list 'were Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Missy Paul Munger. Presbyterian church. "Thanksgivingand to see them. : '
J ';- Tunrille. Mrs. Norris. Mr. c. w. Ward, Reading, "Rhymtic Music for the Humiliation;" Psalm 65; Isa. 58; We also have number . t\, :: \\.
or:r .:, 0 :Mr, C. Russell\ .and. Mr.. Hopkins. Little Ones," Mrs. John Overstreet. James 4: led by Rev. Dr. A. J. Holt. a choice suburban tracts of land well,'*
eft. Piano solo, "Tarantella," Mrs. Tuesday, January 5, 7 p. m., at the improved as well ss orange groves stock: farms and in fact all kinds- \,
1-.1, J. CARSON FAMILY REUNION. Mark: Munger. Methodist church. "The Church Universal of Florida homes and investment > '
.l This Christmas was particularly Your Child to of God-the One -- AT THEBroadway 1-
," :; Reading, "Helping -or Kingdom I Correspondence) solicited. Ceti \
s .. '. happy one for Mr. and Mrs. C. A.w4nr' Sing," Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter. Body of Which Christ is the Head;" ""
; Carson, who had all\ their children Piano solo, "A Garland of Old- John 17:14-26: ; Eph. 4:1-16: ; Psa. 122:
't f,, ,' . with them for the first Christmas day Fashioned Roses" Mrs. Mark Mun- Rev. 10:7-16: ; led by Rev. A. M. Chis- CafeWhen Nelson Realty Company i "

: ;i. In five years Mr. J. M. Carson and I holm. : ,
_; I w_. his wife were down from Jacksonville I ger.After the'rendition of the above Wednesday January 6, 7 p. m., at I, Kissimmee, Florida ,e '
''. Yt ii t" t.J:; ; lr; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, jr., and I program, delicious refreshments were the Baptist church. "Nation and '( p
'. ,' .'. .. i'. little daughter were in from theE served by the hostess and everyone Their Rulers." 1 Tim. 2:1-8: ; 1 Peter I you buy Apalachicola (Praters .. . . jt.

-'JI. .crnr ranch and Misses Elizabeth, Anne and enjoyed the social hour. 2:13.25; Psa. 2; Rom. 13; led by Rev. here you are sure of getting only --------- -, -- q r .

. I '-'!' .,;.':'f ':;', Inca were all at home for Christmas Those present were: Mrs. W. B. goodwholesome/ __.treagth-gtving C. A: CARSON, President i : 1
7 E fft. .. ..;J/ft: :, dinner. Makinson, Mrs. Mark Munger, Mrs. white satin robes and flowing veil. I I Oysters direct from wit water. We ,. N. C. BRYAN. Seeretory.. > .\ ....
t ...t.'!' > \ John Overstreet, Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter Miss Flora Chandler, her sister, was I ... - in '
f'' 1 are prepared to supply
you any If' -
'f;s, : f ; Mrs. F. F. Cummings, Mrs. Will gowned in pink silk crepe de chine and .
.w., ,_-', c'r; ,. The .Oskito Campflre.girls were de- j Laurence, Mrs. A. Cotterman, Mrs.G. carried pink roses. quantity-pints, .quarts, .or by the .;
. :i'! )') ;.r' 'tr4( lightfuly entertained Wednesday afternoon F. Parker and Mrs. John Walters. Luther {Chandler brother of the I gallon. Why not some for supper tonight The Waters &
.J t' r., >; '(( W Miss Mary Tiller at her | The next meeting will he held at bride, acted as best man, rDirect CarsfnGrocery ., :f
1" '''f',';;.Kt :. 4 bonbon Patrick street. Refreshments the residence of Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter Ing Mr. Warden to the al'company'I'I 4
:{ it ; "y of sandwiches and hot chocolate were ', No. 203 Bryan street, corner Following the church ceremony Shipments Received Daily ; uyv r ',
; ) ,, served. Those present were Misses Beaumont avenue, December 8, at 3 about thirty of the older friends of the 1\ ,

;, yJf.. :'.: _,I ..sgfi( Elisabeth Carson Grace Gilbert Mar- i I p. m. A good attendance is urged. Chandler family were entertained at I The Broadway Cafe CdinpanifTOoleaale ,4 A
i: ... -,I t/1 ". fraret and Mattie Stanford, Catherine I The subject of the program will be a reception at the Chandler home. .. '
":; J ., Carr Ada Louise Simpson, Norma I' "Recreation for Children." The young couple will go to Tennessee / -, PHONE 42. "
,( r Muriel Premls.i I to make their home. ' .
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I : : : ;'I'i ,New Year parties was that given i friends will be interested was celebrated \ ,j, .
.1"I 43;t., !51 S ;: :." Thursday. evening by the Senior Ep- I 1 at Silver Palm Beach on and. Retail Dealer inGROCERIES ;; ,i' 'i '

Ii'Jff.' . ;;': worth league in their parlors at the I Christmas night and united in marriage I .A.T T.EE :SICK: : : B'I'ORE, : I .* "f YI'i"l
10 "' .:'1Iletbodl.t; church Miss Grace Chandler, of that ( .I, .. "
:.1:. !(4 ;t.l'ki! ;j '.' Mr. Sam Lupfer entertained numb city to Mr. Goodloe Warden, jr., of .' '' '. H- I.. .. ... .

"t. 't. ber-of his, friends Thursday evening Tennessee. The bride is the daughter , ." .,'j;
at the home of his parents on Verona of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Chandler ;t -' .iY''?:!. "

';r'i'\! .. 'atreet. 'and with her parents formerly resided To Our Many Friends f _'--y !Y gJ

J ; .,) .. Mr..iSpear entertained the members I here. . . . . . a . 0 . .. .. ... .14. n
,. ArM a : 1\4(': of'her Sunday school class Thursday Four generations of the. bride's : pp
t! .a: $ .1iI .evenln&, at her home on Mabbette ', family were represented at the wedding I rAt WE SELL: ... '

I :; 't'-t ;,; ,," ,. ,.t"t:. . . ) : Mrs. Jarrett, the great-grand' HAY R'E EUT's' .
mother the bride's grandmother..her the ceadnsieB of a very satisfactory year the "Big sto .". HIDES, i: pm--.v
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f.SMhg ":AND MRS. mother, Mrs. A. L. Chandler and the r r GRAIN, .
t ENTERTAIN I bride herself Mrs. Jarrttti wast-the - i'.aab .
iitit:; ::1; Mrl."G. ,.. 'Parker matron of honor and th satiate patrons and friends tor'tlte 1 liberal .. ; FERTILIZERS .

,Cahl4t TltitredtilG..yerpa. : 'Witf! atendant. -
e'eiMs' tk' .'s.l '"' '. ;' 'f'IJ'' '.;'Pnt7.> for 'the '6eneft1. of5 life I The bride was lovely indediia ii, a ':port they frylnriyeh-... sincerely appreoaied' and we hope that: SHINGLES. : WOOL .
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.: .." !",..l..edt. Vocal l '8010. Mr,. Vanhow.rtn; wonder what aila you I ' mar ..,.. ,;o .... ",.,\.t' ,, ,\, .. t.J ....I"Jtr.iA.J"J.: '. CRATE:, NAILS, .: ..
i .;:." 'YI.. i;, r"l' "'i solo.-\ 'Mri." Kenton adMr I Vo eating regularly. and sleeping.well. ))1.iJ''l'I: ; !;" " ./ '" J' ;. ;: r0 ; iAaW.
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.. . 'THE KlSSftllttE' ,VALLEY 1 GAZETTE. Mrs.\ H..M.,Breaker; ls 'at >home :Ceeita; iB fturkeVnf'' ..'Ortan'do.;, '.p.ot.. EictRiOYsGUEsiS )j .. J :L....... .. .". 14 ....
pital and friend. will be l &IS.tct learn MisiVManlgi returned bora* for M1L
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j". 'V ':w. .''Ha ,.! .:.' f .. that. I'Mr..rJiL She: is recovering. Salion'and'Mrs rapidly.v.. lJrkSlutbn ; the'of several Christmaa'-holidays"..b,,Lakeland,afUr-' and'visit Ar I :OF. LOCAL HOMES,- 'OPENS 'WITH :DANCE _. ' .: "": .. :": .
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, .. .... ...... .. .. .. .... ma'Jt.n.the. city.with he fonner"s-pa- , . / "' '" r . ... .., "' : r .. i
'. ..' ," '. ,' rentr-',n '' taxi ter of J..K. HUUard, and nephew and I boys; ; who are on a two weeks' tour Mrs. J. D.1C1ark..I4r; and Mr;. How. .. .
:i ._.Mr.; and Mrs. J. K. SlngUtarry. wife Mr and Ed of i of Florida I ;
Mrs. MeDonough the
->< appeared at Casino and Kate and Mesdames-Meetch.and :
Weather-Report ', 'tfItarnd"iothoh'; hoizi iritadeftt !ra Arkansas' : .wei Visiting arth* home'-Wednesday night:-hi-an -.1Ient'.pro.j .JwJsnn Trars,:KiuiMam JfvftpH who RARE out: ; ;L-: '
after'sp.ndine ; with her
; several.days K.rl1NiardlaCweek.rTheey ,.
of. H. ;: gramand .
stay the attended the-formal pebincOC.:. .
I mother ' ... ''
Mrs. :Jim I .
; 11; llowhigaiedally 01.rt" \ bare when entertained '1411. lax
\ ;'A" \ 'Jio gone1 to St. Augustine, I city were In local home*. new tourlat hotel Rosarnore Inn at ,
J' >': ; ; ,tern- J ", Mr., and Mrs DVC. Thompson;of$t.. they willl visit for several dayb'after!. .Proff G.I* 'Carver director. the) Windmere Tuesday evening; ". I'
,.,.. /. ,t'p6rstnrei ,'and,:precipitation t Cloud spent ChnattDU with his; pa. which they will return to'their:,, ,homes. club:Mr. Carver, B. M..Williams and The new Inn ts under'. the manage :Six hundred fccre*"ofIn '.....

j ;. 'as 'reported by'Government rents, Mr' and" M fc.. J.''Thompson; 'Harry Beatnen'R. Ii;Jtl'er W.L./ ; W.', b' McLeskey were guests, of; Mr. meat.,of' Dr..,'Thompson and ..W.: 8. the b.t Fruit'and"Track-> ,r
; ; .\station aUtu.n.e. for the ', In the city. s w Davis, and Sam-'Jones, 'member. of. land Mrs; C. A;;: Carson. .' '- \ Brown I two 'experienced'' hotel men,' ;
>'' ending December. 80. Mr. and .Mr.. C.. R. M. S4epparr&of the Hew >cattle firm being organized [ Wheeler and R. Li; Cowart were and it Is bulb-aDd located so'as to be ,.....i[ __ .nd :.i ".to.:,
;; J | DeLand, were guests at tile Gray* to take over the John M< Lee holdings entertained.t. the horn of Mr..and particularly attractive: to tourists desiring ,aeiracio dati&2OAOooo' t5
stone Monday, while passing' through Mrs. Thompson.. comfort and the of boat- "
.downtfrom 'sports
; at'Sduthportwere Or j '
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< Friday, -" : 63 the dty. lando. Wednesday .and 'with Mri" Lee A. .C., Cooper and P. r.. Johnstonwere Ing.- fishing,.'hunting etc' The' hotel. foot of virgin timber.' _Two '

Saturday _.-78' I 67 .65 J ; George Ball 'has returned to his and Rull Bass spent the day at Southport guests' of Dr.- IL 8. Gelger. I. building is a new and modern structure -1 mflo.of lake front. Wffl.U

Sunday -- ,-59 50 horn in North Carolina after a visit) going over the property. t .N Hawthorne and II. P. Flemingwere with its own electric light plant 'in whole. '.Thi r
.' Monday __' __ ...66 47 with his father, Rev.. Vi. H. Ball of Our good friend, J. Harry Allen of guests of Rev. and Mrs. J.' J. : and hot'and cold water in every,room. tractor a a; z
this city. Winchester Ky. writes the Gazette: Farmer and S.- B. Jordan C. G. I It Is located on the shores' of north land It rowin -,( NftI.

Tuesday __80 66 If you want good clean pure bread "Please find enclosed; one dollar, for Duncan Campbell, Payton Jones and C. 8. Lake Butler In on*.of the most beau- able erery day.; r ow U the' TWI.
Wednesday _74 64 .90 were at Miss Watson's home; tiful spots to be found anywhere In jfiCitt
i I better.than mother used to bake-r-, which you will please :send the Gazette :
Mrs. N. C. Bryan entertained of tlmets 'TermS.,
two FloriIn &. buy
Thursday __ __.67 66 "
just try Reed's label bread.' We'll.let Just as long as that dollar lasts. the boys at meals. opening theinn, to :the public .. ,
be the We are having a rough winterup
.. .... . .. ........... you judgesMiss here from which very I should like to There are several Mercer graduates dance and luncheon was arranged for S. S.'6E1FF1M" OftUMO FLA.:
Virginia Lesley, of Tampa here, among them being C. A. Carson entertainment and about 100 guests ,
iiiiiiiMMiiniiiiiiimiTHE has been in the get away by coming to Kissimmee. J. J. '
spending the holidays Farmer and Mr. Farmer's two to.enjoy the hospitality.
city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Come on down, Harry and Thaw out sons, Luther and J. C. and the Mercer extended by management. V
(no pun meant). Well cut'a water-
E. L. Lesley.Mr. boys were royally entertained. *
melon with
and Mrs. Howard' Katz at- and.decorate"you. orangeblossoms. They report a pleasant visit' through
tended the formal opening and danceof the state and upon returning this. way wx
I the Rossmore Inn, at Winder-mere Reeds' label bread is used in every next week will stop in Orlando Jan-

11111111111111111111111111I I Tuesday night. discriminating home. uary 7, for a concert. From here 5 and 1O Celts at,' the; -
Mr. and Mrs. Andre Van der they wentto Port Meade and have .. .
J. B. of Ga.
W. H. Brokaw with Grifflng Brothers Keysville, al'- >
ClarkI at Bartow AJNEwDJrI
I rived in and Meersch are now at home In their engagements Mulberry ,
few day. Igo
the 40-tf ty a
tree peoplo.
house Lakeland Tampa, Plant
will weeks the hew log in the lake shore ad- and City.
Mrs. E. F. Masters Who has been spend several visiting dition. This house, built of turned
family of his uncle M. A. Clark.H. .
quite ill, is now improving. NEW RESIDENCE.
pine logs fastened together with tongue '
C. A. 'Cames, of St. Cloud way a Fleming and R. L. Starling spent and groove and highly polished Mrs. J. M. Bryan ii having<< a hand :
Tuesday visitor. the holidays hunting around Fort and varnished inside is something en- some home built on Clyde avenue. N.
Christmas in Orange county. They tirely'unique in the building line in F. Bass is the contractor and the residence -
cent. discount all ;
per on found duck and in abundance.
coats and colt suits at the LaMode.C. quail this section and is attracting a great will be a two-story structure
Miss Petrie will resume the exercises deal of attention. Mr. Van der Meersch well designed and modern in every
W. Dann made a business tripto of her kindergarten and primary has recently heard from his father particular.TRY .
Tampa Monday. school Monday, January 4, 1915; Em- and mother who write him that their
6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case mett street.John home in Belgium was:' completely destroyed THIS FOR' NEURALGIA i ,

of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. M. Lee is able to be out again by the Germans, and they are Thousands of people keep on suffering i tt

Miss Dvpree, of Georgia is visiting after an stack of rheumatism that now stopping with friends in England.He with Neuralgia. because they do J; ,
the family of J. M. Lee. kept him confined at home for sev- hopes to persuade them to come not know what to do for it. Neural- EXT'R ht
Miss Marion E. Cooley of St. eral days. to Florida and stop with him till the gia is a pain in' the nervei. What you i
Cloud visited in the city Tuesday. Mrs. H. C. Lightsey and daughter war is over. want to do is to soothe the nerve It-

Try Reed's label bread. Try it to- Mildred, are spending the holidays STOP THE CHILD'S COLDS self. Apply Sloan's Liniment to the 1. 1
day. You'll never use other kind. with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hilliard at surface over the painful part-do not
rub it in. Sloan's Liniment
W. N. Fertlc was up from Whittieron Milliards Island.J. quickly to the sore, penetratesvery irritatednerve Beginning next week we will begin .showng the Keystone comedies;
a business trip this week. H. Harris and his sinter, Mrs. Colds, Croup and Whooping Coughare and the {
allays inflammation. There have the
Francis have returned from Hartford, children's ailments which need immediate again. been so many requests on part o ourpatrons'from
William Montsdoca( of Narcoosee, Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for
spent Monday ni the city. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Harris will make attention. The aftereffectsare I I 25 cents of any druggist and have it little Willie to Grandpa-for these laughable, funnytpieturci; ,,
their home with Mrs. Francis in the often most serious. Don't take "
1 in the house-against Colds, Sore and (, '
Reduced to cost price many beauti- future. the risk-you don't have to. that we decided to begin showing them again. 1'
ful leftovers at the Embroidery Swollen Joints, Lumbago Sciatica and .
shop.T. Il
New the
Dr. King's Discovery checks "
Mrs. A. I. Turner and daughter like ailments. Your back if
B. Hendrix, of Lakeland, was a Miss Clarice who have been visitingMr. Cold, soothes the Cough, allays the not satisfied, but it does money give almost Don't forget-Keystone Comedies-4hree tiass a week 'at tbiDixb. ,
business visitor of the week. and Mrs. J. K. Milliard and fam- j Inflammation, kills the Germs and instant relief. n
W. H. BranUey of Orlando, was in ily, returned to their home in Tampa | allows Nature to do her healing work.
the city early in the week. Sunday. 50c at your Druggist. Buy a bottle r

For citrus trees see F. H. Lawson Miss Cleo Woolridge returned earlyin I today. _
next door to postoffice. 51tiw. the week from Sneadn where she t SCHOOL BEG INS MONDAY. Thank You -Big Show. aura y7 fiB

L. Morgan and F. C. Fullertonwere spent Christmas with her parents, and School begins Monday morning, ,
Sanford visitors here this week. has been in Lakeland since, attendingthe January 4, after two weeks' vacation I .
H. C. Harper of Loughman, was a teachers' convention, I allowed for the Christmas holidays.All 1 I wish to thank my many cus- ; 4 t M
business visitor of the week. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Barber of Boggy departments of the public school I tomer's for the liberal patronage -
11I6..-:'(. A. E. Drought of St. Cloud, was in creek, spent Monday in the city ':' will take up work again Monday and they gave me during the Reels--Matinee 3 :PM.: .
the city Thursday on business. shopping. Mry Barber has already th? Kissimmee business college opens past year. I Future my best to .
.. begun the rebuilding of his home also merit your patronage
Cypress field boxeD for sale cheap which was burned a few weeks ago. and ask that I may hare the . .
. Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf ,
Mrs. C. J. Clayton returned to her The annual meeting of the ntock- privilege of serving yon during -
I .r :J. L. Overstreet made a business home in Tampa yesterday after holderB of the State Bank of Klsslinme the coming year. Wishingyou sure I* see this big skew. sever rb. far aaljr"5 sail 10.caata,
will l he held) at the office In theHald rti
St. Cloud
trip to Tuesday. spending several days here with the bank In the town of Klaslmmee on all a Merry Christmas anda ,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dale family of her brother, Rev. A. M. Thursday January Iat 1 o'clock, p. Happy New Year.
on Christmas day a fine boy. Chisholm.Mrs. m., 1116. SWORDS *:; WESTFALL., ..... ', "j-. *'"I i
I C. A. CARSON President.
Judge S. D. Decker of St. Cloud, R. B. Savage and little daughter M. KATZ. S..cretary.KISSIMMEE Mrs. A. Tress 1'7.' M' r
was in Kissimmee yesterday. Olivene.. and Misses Lenora
Cypress sold boxes for sale cheap. Faulkner and Lucile' Pike have been
.\ Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf spending the holidays with relatives PROOFShould - .

B. F. Moore of St. Cloud, transacted at Eagle Lake. A '
business in Kissimmee yesterday. Rev. Smith Hardin the new pre-
siding elder of this district, visited in
need manicure. Convince Every Kissimmee
Don't forget you a 1
r Kissimmee last and filled the 1
;:: Sunday .. "
.. 'At the LaMode. .
r. .. ,:_ ; Methodist church pulpit at both services Reader. :r
. ' \' .! Mrs. W. P. Duncan of Caruthersrffl Sunday. .
i< ., Ma,'is visiting her parents, Mr ( The frank statement of a neighbor
.!. and Mrs.J. Richards, on Vine .street :Jacksonville Mr.: and ; Mrs.after J.spending M. Carson Chriat-of I telling the merits of a remedy

"\Mrsv Will,Wood land eon, Leroy, of. mas here> have gone to the Turkey' Bids you pause and believe.. ,
.;Luxora..-, Ark., are visiting 'Mr. and Hammock ranch for a visit with Mr. The same endorsementBy ,r d;ab..
Mrs Richards on Vine street. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, Jr. some stranger far away :
Mrs. Horst of St. Cloud spent
Twenty per cent. discount on allcoats Commands no belief at all. ,
Tuesday In the city, en route to Gal- ,
and coat suits at the DaMode.Mr. Here'fc a Kissimmee case. -
Te.ton. Texas.

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Halsey, of Jacksonville and Mrs. H. Stanton and son, A Kipsimmee citizen testifies. i
'I are registered at the Man. Howard, left Thursday for Lake Butler lead and be convinced.

hattan. to make their home. G. S. Millard, mail carrier, R.; F. D. ;

r' Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Waring, of Orlando Edward Newton was in St. Cloud No. I, Kissimmee, says: "I suffered Patrons '
were visiting in the city early Wednesday. considerably from'dizzy spells and My : ,,
.. this week. Stanford headaches and too frequent passagesof "
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mrs. the
kidney secretions. I used two
Reed's. home bakery bread is made
Bullock and Mrs. Carr went to St. boxes of Doan's
right, tastes right, is right. Kidney Pills and got 1(1 ,
i Cloud Tuesday night to attend the quick relief. I look upon Doan's Kidney ,
. A. D. Zachary was down from Sanford concert given by the Misses Zimmerin Pills as a reliable kidney remedyand I
ki) .", ,early in the week looking after the Methodist church.Mr. take ..leasure in recommending 1't':

:;t : business interests here. and Mrs. P. D Outlaw, of St. them." .

,', i -W. J. Sean has been attending the Cloud, returned from Loughman, Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't -
l'J' teachers'' association In Lakeland several where they spent Christmas with their simply ask for a kidney remedy-get I' .1 : :*

1'\\':.. days this week. daughter, Mrs. E. D. Hogan and Dean's Kidney Pill* the same that ...,. .
;;+T'A+,...., Prof. R. M. Evans has been attend- stopped over several days this week Mr. Millard had. Foster-Milburn Co., I take pleasure in wishing HAPPY '
\' ing the state teachers' association in with relatives in Kissimmee. Props., Buffalo N. Y.Stanford's you a -: ; ,. ,
Lakeland this week. I Il ,
l 4 : 'Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Payne of Or- and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR and in ri
(t. .. v 'ange Center, were Christmas guests A' p
.S of.Mrs. B. M. Hair. J ;

" : *?< '. ."$\fr, J. M. Evans of Arcadia spent thanking you for the patronage you have ..
'I'' Christmas here with his brother I I St anfo rd :
s .
\. 'If 'Prof. R. M. Evans. t

\\J; :I "" ,*\x Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman given the Katz Korner during the past year. :- '

:"iA".,. spent the week-end, in St. Cloud as
:1I, = guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kahn. I

I' , Mt. and Mrs. H. H. Huff spent : I take this opportunity to thank l
', .. .Christmas day in Tampa, the guests of my (,y

, J .{, '.e her' mother jtatfons and friends the liberal I assure you that my aim in the future a'
[,.\( ; .Miss Tracey returns' to Georgia many ,
t' ; "this week after spending the holidays :

1IJ,.;. ... with Miss Betty Aultman. support they have accorded this store during will be to merit a continuance of this pa-, .
.i'f '!' > Y Mrs. C. A. Carson:: of St. Cloud '

?tfr,.".... ,!'r '. was in tour.the city Tuesday on a shopping I I the past .year. I will do my best to tronage by adhering' to my Motto: "Quality, ,i ,

f. yr
, Call at the LaMode parlor for hairdressing '

t,.,; ..", Uig.r facial i massage and man 1.Jr.Jt. merit your continued patronage during the First."

.; .r "J. H. Halle was in coming year and wishing all ,
r' ,r the city on business the early part you a
.f i t Of the 'week.

, tt, Miss M. F. Beals has returned from ,
", h. St:: Cloud where she spent the week-

teLRalph: '6"*f.} Wright r the St.and Cloud:J. W.people Carver in Happy M K A T I 2 ;:: I

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"'' PA i, "V*.V, 0, em tI' \ 'THE)"'KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE. ,,' +FIUD'AY.. JANUARY;; k i, 1$151 f",,. +

... . .. ") .:,. J/<" '"

? ''h'ct Kissimmee; e'' 'Valley: Gazette 1 tonafcely: as a result of our :acceptance .f\ j'UOTHER .IDEAL'PAPER.'ItT :\ 1t'7'''' '

: .. < I to view it almost.with unconcern that there '\
+ Dodo, Eclitor: w. -regard the "victim of unemployment *>ery+lltran.1Dcleed' ,''I):
f > IIDittYARt t+ tDA.TJ.'p1ITJCI. nt YAU..WY"OAZI orrlo 1I1JtLI)11a... ,a .I as more or less trouble- are so many, people In Florida. who dpi, tt
nt. '.. UlM. Jl1OL4. cpUN'1'1'FLOJUD o | sbm_men who disturb the even tenor tikQow t--thero'li..Ia' -In'thsata j/. 'fl' if;
. (, : "GoatBy For ,Instance-there.are a/-number Ws* .
> ._ arid Intellectual 'rather
j 1'1' I '. / of-our way; compelling us by :> (:
r i. BARRI3: : ... _, : I."p., .'. .. on. : reason' of. their Importunlty..thantrom. daily newspapers,, In tn* state thjffc-' !'.t. I
r. f ..r. .,_ t fin.<' day. . ' )0. : ; 'in'UN'' strictly up to the standard.
., of to/ find
I : a,setise ,mpathf r
.G tting. '' that is being sought by tie Kissimmee F
'some jneans-of then clamor '
8-: 'OBSCRXPTIOM! BATES Oas bop '. oao 'F.a't! : : .- ..Ilse. .quelUnar Ministerial association, land tho.Area"Joi..I'
OB,, oopr. six m"Mrj.r.ri.i.- ; '**=::- ..... : .. -: I. ., oJ ... :" yhe. revelation of'-theTOgrof such .an attitude dia.DailyUwsAls: .one-4tl.4'7aumb r. I,t... '
prow-kuw-tbin-1a ourr
.. w "---S ... .:..... ,'., .:...< "I t- of- Look it; gentlemen--and then 'i'i',
Christianity- a
: our 'conception
ill ; .4 ; \-li. ,.. ; '
aathorls correspondentsmust
cwBrnanloitlooa' exceptrem
o r '
,i" atg..4. br tb. writer.ry, ..' ..- . u By \GORDON NYE real conduct-compelling morality// comecome' across with,_ 'yon' patsonget .
f .- IuJeUd saatur will not b. rstarasd salsa oafl.d for.t I : Arcadia. New J,> --,;'. ,.. 'I I'i.
r r What shall a man do who is out of ,work starving; and cannot find Is :Thefe Solution PTh ).

1( at.r4 at' tk. Postoffloe la XtaslmmM nortda, as) oon4-elaee matter.. ) employment? The question has never been answered either-before or since ..'millloni'of. ' .unemployed. -' ire the BIG CATTLE HA1CHr: I+ : ,* ..

_ : FRIDAY JANUARY 1, 1915 Taft gave his'famous reply of "God knows; in a speech<< delivered It Cooper problem of the' 'agre, for which no FOxOSCEOLA'coUNr'Y ry'e'. '

Union in New York City. I solution. has beeri found, except Per. The Times" has been, preaching the ;:'

However, there is an intellectual: giant at Orlando who has solved the haps, to,jail the starving workers for opportunity for1' profit to be derived .+
to be But all the 4n Florida.We ".i,
daring a problem from cattle-arising
riddle and here is his cheerful and benevolent remedy: "Give the 'out-of- jails, in the country multiplied a thou have almost reached the point! of fear. .

t 'I. 365 Days I work a year on the road; let him crush rock; eat bread and water." sandfold, could not contain 'more thana ing that our readers will think' thb.'f
fraction of the jobless legion. subject is an obession with us< But sit i
The .Valley Gazette contended that which persists! in'taking anything buta However here I. what San Diego, is a pleasure to note that th, idea :\
; such an uncalled for and brutal suggestion rational view of unemployment. We California, is now doing: Some is taking root and bearing fruit as '<1'' i '
: Happy New Year! ; years ,
i' solve the reflection
did not problem, look upon joblessness as a the
ultra-respectable of that .
ago city
Three hundred and sixty-five dayi to boo*. whereupon the dodo who sits on the' upon the individual whereas It reallyIs ; tried to jail the unemployed problem.The well.Over in Osceola county a company "i '
1. Three hundred and sixty-five days, to bulkhead the lake. editorial perch in the Orlando Sentinel a reproach to the nation. crimes that were petpetrated bya has been formed at Kissimmee to go I j ;
office, replied with the following Just to bring out the idea clearlylet into a large scale. '
Three-hundred and sixty-five days to secure more settlers. ; "citizens committee" upon the stock-raising on :
d near-humor: me again quote the great dodd editor helpless, "down-and-outers are toe The tompany: has a capitalization of' x'J '
Three hundred and sixty-five dayi to get more business and to get new I'
KISSIMMEE- of the Sentinel: horrible to relate. Of course, jailing 120000. All of the stockholders save I
industries.. There's an editor down in Kis "Once they had an opportunityto them, or driving them from the city one are Florida men. They have pare 'r"f r''
Three hundred and sixty-five days to work and co-operate for a greater simmee who is making so much make good; they violated the did not solve the problem and aftera chased 14,000 acres of pasture land w ',:
Kiisimmee. money and has such a big heart rights thrust upon them; they be- time the city government tried another and will proceed to stock It with 1 '
,> that he would convert his press came soured on society; govern- -plan. They put Max Watson, tle.-Tampa Times. eat'i' p,
r: Three hundred and sixty-five days to let the world know all about
into folding bed his linotype.
a ;
ment and the principles for which city forester, in charge of a 6,000- !
; Kissimmee. machine into a beautiful steel nven qught and died." acre tract of land, and on this tract LEGAL ETHIc AND SHAME.In I: '.. k( ,

alai Will we do it? Well, it's up to us and we have 365 days-8.760 hour lounge; his cases into bunks; his Now isn't that cute? Sounds almost Mr. Watson is now putting the "sub- the of Thaw, the unanimous ,
paper cutter into a cheeseeutter; like the senseless star merged tenth" on its feet. The idea case "
f ? head decide. of the '
: J of to cbear' of the court
; and then invite all of the judgment supreme
tramps a peanut politician is that any man who is downandoutand
Time is the most important thing we have. We can use it, or waste it.Let. and bums and hoboes from California and its just as simple and deal unable to get a job in San Diego United States concludes with these \ .i., i'I.

'. forget all our past difl'erencea--they are small and unimportant anyhow- to Maine and Maine to as mud. The truth of the matter is may have ten days' work reforestingand words: .t.' I r/l

h'' and let's join hands and pull for a greater Kissimmee. Florida to come in, shake hands, that the Orlando editor doesn't know cultivating the laid on this tractat We regard it as too clear for 'w;; r-,.
divide the money in the cash register is talking about. fifty cents his I discussion that Thaw.'I
what he a day, plus board lengthy /
I To start the 1 ball rolling the Board of Trade should call a public mass and have a tango tea. It The history of the "unemployed" as and lodging. should be delivered Up at once. : j t ..

"'7" y meeting to enroll all boosters. Every man and woman living in Kissimme< certainly i is some spirit. After gathered by the New United States In speaking of the plan Mr. Watson Judgment reversed. t4 ''
should constitute himself herself "booster.? In this could the tango tea this editor would Bureau of Industrial Relations shows '., t' 'l'
k or a way we lOOn said, "Our object is not primarily to The judgment reversed was that of :
form a .1.500-Boosier Club." Wth 1.500 "boosters." all writing letters and entreat all of the of derelicts and to pick that the men who are walking the provide work for the unemployed. It United States Judge Aldrich of New f.,
out one piece type com- these and nights, '.
streets wintry days
is simply to give the man a chance to of "
postal cards and literature to friends it wouldn't be before Kis- invitation Hampshire, who took jurisdiction
sending long beautiful
t pose this : jobless, homeless and hungry are no"tramps" < put himself on his feet so that he can the Thaw on a writ of habeas .",
simmee would feel the effects of such "All others who can't, won't, and "bums." not -i 1
They are
,, a campaign.We but be in a position to! get a job if thereis corpus and held that, as the fugitive '
can do it. if we will. But nobody will do it for us. We must do i it couldn't or shouldn't work, lazy and good-for-nothings. They are one open. When a man is out-of- was insane, he could not be extradited. !w
who can eat, eat, eat, eat, are martyrs to our industrial system, victims work and in the r
gutter, that
day said
ourselves it done. And every When the court
for if we want we have 365 days ahead. Today is cordially invited to come to my of an industrial disease which It that passes while he remains in that "Thaw should supreme be delivered up at r

1 the day to .tart. office and get some matrix biscuits is not in their power to control. Manyof condition makes it so much less likely once" it meant that he should be delivered I
'. and some lead doughnuts"The them are heads of families- amonfl that he will be able and fit to take a to the state of New York. rl"
Kissimmee editor says, them fathers of children, who are I job when the chance presents Itself. One of up Thaw's lawyers, on hearing
"What they (tramps) want is driven to distraction less by their ,I Our plan means simply that the manI this decision, said, "It is the end;" fit'sbut
and "
I Slaps Bangs I food and job. suffering than by the thoughts of
a own I I is given an opportunity to rehabili- there are other lawyers, and a!! s'
their>-starving brood. They are jobless tate himself; that he may put him- nothing is final with the Thaw money. '
The Kissimmee editor claims through no fault of their own, self in shape to take a job when the Instead of preparing to obey the man- r'l j f'.
Made those resolutions yet? that the Sentinel is inconsistent, but through the exigencies of indus chance offers." date of the highest court, various legal --
but we notice he didn't reprint the try. This is a start. It is not advanced I representatives of the Thaw millions ..1} 'h
"invitation" he would like to extend Again from the National Employment by the writer as a solution, but every are now planning to evade it.

; How many remember the ones made last year? to the tramps. and hoboes. Exchange in New York City thinking man can see the value of the Unless the administration of justice ?1? f
comes the statement that "there are 1 idea. As a matter of fact there ill I is to be brought into contempt there ', .-
e When two exponents of "the manly more honest, able-bodied working men I no solution possible under the present must be acquiescence in the findings *.. '
w i We favor plenty of New Year resolutions. They don't harm anybody and art" meet in the squared arena to settle out of positions now than at any system of ownership, production and of courts of last resort. If lawyers ;:

',i , help the one who makes them. the question of individual supremacy time since 1909." The same is true distribution. is there no have no respect for court decrees, 4i .,
the seconds or backers of one I with regard to "positions for laborers solution for the individual. I can only where shall we look for it? If a man \ ',
". .', J or the other of the warriors commonly on the railroads. They are point out the big cause and then its able to pay big fees can have his Ii

\. \ Kissimmee has two nrst-cUts theaters and they are filled every night. indulge in the practice of jeering:, scarce. Corporations instead of taking up to the majority to change the way in spite of the highest judicial 'S: =
< I taunting and making derogatory remarks on men, are laying them,pff. Sim- present mode of distribution whereby tribunals how long will it be before .\
If you are not a patron try it some night. to the battler who is opposing' ilar reports come from industrial cen- they will get as near as possible the mobs undertake to assert an equal ,csi

.f' their choice for leader; this process ters near and far. Toledo, Ohio, reports full social value of their product.To right with money in defying the t ','
commonly known in ring 15,000 unemployed. The California this information to the courts? I.
The Florida Metropolis says, "plant hens.. What's the matter with being parlance proffer OO4 j
. .. .. .', by the vulgar name'of "getting Commissioner of Immigrationwarns Orlando dodo is, however, use. No other profession, or occupation, ;. L,
. homeseekers Osceola could
take thins
planting ? of several
more county care his goat!" all jobless to stay away from less. The Orlando editor its theorizes more on'the subject of !.
,.. 'J thousand right now. The underlying idea is that these the coast. In Seattle, the unemployed an individual problem and blames the ethics than lawyers. No other gives ."'

rv A.t'l. t: <". taunts will have such a mental effect are raiding food shops. Cleveland individual, when in reality it is a so-'I less real attention to the subject mat-\
W the fighter they want to see reports 61,000 wage earners out of cial question. The individual ownership ter. In all its scandalous phases the\
j ; Orlando merchants are alive. How do we know it? By reading the beaten upon that he will get angry, confused employment. And, according to a gf the means of life, the inven- Thaw case is yearly becoming more t
story published in the Orlando Re- tion of labor-saving 'machinery and and more a reproach to the legal pro- !
Advertisements in the Orlando papers. Merchant after merchant is offering his and lose his head, by which
\, porter-Star, a Philadelphia firm ad- the private ownership of this rapid- I fession. The American Bar association .
store bargains to the people of that city through the columns of the Sentinel means hit is fairly sure of losing the vertised for 300 men and 10,000 re- fire producing equipment has caused can prevent the shame of it fromgrowing Y', '

b' and Reporter-Star. And we'll bet a small-sized mouse-colored mule that they battle. of the otherellow's plied. Almost daily the news reports unemployment and until this systemis I indelible ,if it will.-New i!
This "getting
-Tare doing the business too. The best evidence: that the merchants are doing practice is by no means confined tell of men and women who kill them- changed, the problem can never be I York World. trf.
.. selves because the right to live (a job) finally solved for the mass, or the in- I 4---. 4
,the business' is the fact that their ads appear and re-apper every day. If it to the habitues of the prize ring.It is denied them and rather than slowly dividual. We may lessen it-but Brazil, Ind.-Firemen, wearying of

didn't pay,them to ad"erti..they wouldn' it so constantly. Is' very prevalent also in literaryand starve to death they end their lives. never abolish it. I playing casino and checkers, have constructed I -
the editor .
journalistic circles, and Everywhere it's the same sfcory. a large loom in fire heo.d'quarters -' '
who wants to know, has often Not indolence of the toilers, but orders How the fly would welcome a chance and are weaving shawls, '
On-. New, Year day. I let everybody resolve to, get down to business. been the marked victim, especiallywhen from employers, are emptying fac to' mediate this swatting business. table covers and other:,articles., "
i. Instead of idl; sitting by warming a chair let's get up and go after business.It's : it is considered that he is askIng tories. And in the face of these official ,''L-
questions that dodo editors can't facts the Orlando dodo has no .
here there ''everywhere and all is is little tog
i ,. .that a energy '
understand, or answer. chaingangl
remedy the
tf :round it up.*" 'Tl'wfyr.; I' .. except ... I
of "
/ fair "
sample know
'. ,. .. The above reply a The Orlando 'dodo' ought to' '' '
>, _'JI:\ !;,;'\''' " -, i\ '<,,1 '1' .. . .' "\ his kind of "goat-getting." The intellectual that private ownership has taken the ,? 4 $

', I Sentinel is unable to deal intelligently lakes, and the shores of our seas.
4 'to 'the Und of sunshine flowers and mocking birds. "I I with the "jobless man" problem Capital owns all the means of production eyes

so he lightly disposes of the and distribution. It owns the
whole matter by trying to be funny. shops, the mines and the railroads. h
]:r Pumpkin Pie J I This doesn't dispose of the questionat The only thing our system of govern- the who
1 on man
,: all, but it does show that the editorin ment has left to the majority is their ,
'i i; question is absolutely ignorant of naked bodies, whose labor power they .
( :-" social and economic problems, and it mu t dispose of to anybody who
ft''; : Consider the pumpkin. is just as impossible to lure him intoa wants it. The, workers own no sharein '

"y' ; It hideth itself amidst the growing eorn."I'f debate as for the boxing championto the coal in the earth, they own no
{ induce the foul-mouthed hoodlum interest in the forests or the land.
: "'''', ; t'' It is the lowliest of all things that groweth in the fields. who abuses bim from the rin&iide, to All that is left for them is to seeka SAVESPAUSE

J The prpud farmer spurneth it and the small boy laugheth it to scorn. step inside the ropes and put the job when they can find a job and
\ / gloves en himself. This kind of to accept such pay as the job-owner I
{ The wise of the agricultural college lectureth not it. Never. .
s ... r': i men upon writer cannot be cured and so must sees fit to give.
'1.: hath it,caused a car shortage. I perforce be endured. He is as ubiqui And the only time the employerruns

The bugs devourelh it not and the beetles and the worms and the moths tous; annoying nnd insuppressible as hw ikill is when foreign marts I
0 _. o -I" the of the small tin whistle on offer a reidy market for surplus i ,
.... .. r"w i
'''j." - .jf.r1"and-the weevils and all he mighty host that preyeth upon he haughty corn' the peanut roaster stations at the goods. Under our present system of I

> j: 'and the wheat and the spuds, give it the go-by. I corner curbstone. I production the worker must always for a moment young man .....
!\ I I this and then when I -
l surplus,
I produce .:.
Behold it is the goat.of the vegetable kingdom. I II ., '\ ';,
markets of the world closedor
the are self. Theproblems .
the thought to
L* ". ''* Yet there cometh a day when the wife of the husbandman cutteth: the I: Why Unemployed? become clogged the manufacturer I gIve a 't':

fcAt into and boileth it in the of the and shuts down his mill. It's the only that confront ,i i1
pumpkin golden squares syrup sugar-cane : There is nothing unusual about the thing he can do. When this happensthe : you now or !
addeth thereunto sweet spices, yea even cinnamon and cloves and ginger. I I "unemployed problem." It has been workers starve and go in rags : :..<

p '\ -"l: 'And lol A miracle is wrought. with us for years, ever since the invention because they produced too marts will a few years hence. 1

_. he brlngeth forth from the oven the pumpkin pie, and the odor thereof and is essentially of labor-saving a problem machinery not of shoes, too to eat.many coats and too many : ,.I ,1,,. '
'*$ .is. sweeter than jhe'breezes from Cutch. Orlando, or Florida, but of the nation. Yes, dear Orlando dodo, our present Look about you-the men of affairs in country, state nation-yes, r : 't

: '/And -the husbandman and the small boy and the hired man falleth .down Careful investigation will disclose system of production creates the in the world are the men who started to save early in life. i'- .. ,
f ,in'a'doration and watereth at the mouth.Font that the bulk of the jobless men now unemployment problem and present-
'' distressing the state-perhaps 75 percent day. ociety has no answer but the jail, have the and confidence of the conunnnityV .
and They
? is a morsel fit for kings princes. or more-are not Florida citi or the chaingang. I respect i.

& "( \.," ': You know it. zens. They come from all parts of After all, it is about the only an- .i'
: ;p. -. ... the country, and, indeed, from all swer society can make or cares to Then look on the other side-at the. fellows who spend all titer .110. \

parts of the globe lured here in the make, under existing conditions, and make-they may .have a good time for a while, hot what does their r I
f .Will hope of finding a job and thus preserving certain it de- ,
? I in a sense perhaps personality reflect?
'' The
t Metropolis
11 1 life. monstrates the truth of the comfort- 1 .. OreA (
I The jobless army now tramping able statement that "any man who '
dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the 0- f.
I' ,
f through the streets of every' city in really looks for a job can get it, if ..
5 ,The daughter of Speaker Clark is to marry an editor. Girls do some the nationand there are millions of at no other place, why in the chain- I nucleus of an honorable, independent'career., a .. :U

? :1''I? rnighty{ : fo li.hhing.., sometimes.-Florida Metropolis. them-should serve to make the subject gang. 1 Make your beginninf now-today. Your )k\, r tl
. b "" of unemployment dear to the It is a significant sign of the times bank book will pave the way 'J.I.
:& + : Oh. don't know I American people and to their representatives that we, as a community, in. common ,1 .
[ .i x' in the various state legislatures with the rest of the commercializedworld I. \ "
> We'had the pleasure of working with "Jimmy" Thomson for a long time
have to accept<< unemployment
? . and Washington. cope I
;f<% a&. and we'ten truthfully ray that he is one of the finest, cleanest and most gen- The. United States is the only intensely as an inevitable phase of our Bank ri: ,

' .S f jJemanly. men we' have ever known 1 I industrial country in the world syrtem. And not only so, but ulltf9rI State )

*"' Ando besides'all that."Thomson is one of,the most successfuj! newspapermen ;, --- ,

in ,the busies Keen. shrewd alive in every fibre,.he knows what people I ; I '

L want'.iadsupjplulith I io with,i4 i EGs.New Orleans item has b..1. fit the largest . Punish: of Kissimmee> '\I'I\\ "

tC! ttirLulatioa: $.that; oi y'aadtiaiitiequentllt.Wtfiia.. he'largestvoItme"ofidver-: V'lYe Moral; RighKtd : I J . 9+ " "-.r w..

+ C1- tieing.' 11'; tats "e'! big'pony-siiakerj! therefor, Speaker! Clark? daughter f '': .. 'Capital: stockKMMKWOTSJI. ., .. ....... , .. ... 1........ .

+,Will be"assured ortTr'material things a necessary for bappinai aDd comfort. 'A city (and this includes Orando) has no right to enforce a'vagrancy ...T........ ......:. .... r..l.: ........... ,.

that newspaper'' 'are not blessed with such ,,law.unless it first gives the vagrant an opportunity to go to work. 'That, :X V -.11 tt" "lrajfih 1vt) dc s"
most men t Decker.
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p '{ piper.b .U.'etc.;.'ercT.:.tcwitbo.l Zna.', tW er l'of the..yaar .Ead our:I ,. t ob--then'\exists no tnoral ti'ttto: enforce,2aFvagraaeyIaw1at, ;' it" 1, AAa"/a: .' c"-"-.:: .II : ..... ifw" .'#'i\-, <,. vi. f ri9k 1r
I" ** Aid I wtu,.'roost girls do a foolish thing when they marry a.I L, .et xl .,.gaq. Vio..irea6.. . I -11' ," 1'.t.. ': I .
'aelres. in liock. : enforced the cosnmunity}ii' ....ace"en amen for .. tia iutIM t; Jjj ." .. ,: J., $, ) ,.. ' "If '

'' ,one horN:}'oD""Dua 'editorstill. ,, ,in this: i ikriaace,we.. believe. that' Mill, Clark. . '. : : ;'> D, ..,-xf. '. "" \"... I\ ,);; t1:. .." .t"'R'' .... . : .. .. "tasnoklielD:
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i : .1'JURkMIELIONY (( .I column- . :Forward FIVE: DEAD -AI' ,' SAiFiRflto r : HOLD- : "' 'F FlORIOA'LMIOli'TO' : "::M.' FARMER' ?! :SNORTCOURSE I .


Sll1PPErr-stFiR: ( FRESn REPORTS OF PROGRESS STATE 'WINTER HAVEN ... '. .' ., .. -;::. ... .',.,

Y FROM. f6Q ADVANCING FLORIDA:: When February 8 rolls around Sanford Sanford FlaU .Among the many 'GalneniJ! Fta-A.. .....:.. .
I, ,. I .. -, 'will be all ready to.receive its conventions: to be held in Sanford, by the University of .......
thou uda'of visitors who are expected daring the season non* will be as important attention to the farmers', short' : !f
FLORIDA 'CTTKUS SHIPMENTS\ Crystal,.Springs: Flax+E.1' A." Win- 'W1f ter' Haven.' iFla.-Burned-. to =to 'Witness the.first.annual Semis ,_as th*'_State Federation .of term, which will begin January 21: !It ',t .;

).Can moved weal w ek__...___.:.1,764 good :Car moved before 1a1l..1,988; curing oil and gas options and Mrs;'Henry Alvqand their three amusement features for"'their" -
a eajpy- 12, 13 .and 14.- -la 'anticipation, of ;; The .coursiwill: consist of t'/l.
Totalto" \last.Satgrday.: ;.;. ,:..;..10,894E Springs,colony l lands and will prospect children were found Monday morning ment.and, amusement; everything is bowing the visitors a rood time the laboratory and field work:,"*" .-"""";/::,,;;,;ti'
... ::: 'dtrna fruit for oil and gas; successful, proposes In the' ruins of their home about one going along, nicely, to that end In Commercial dub has taken, up the eight to ten hours.'each day; 8" \ ,
Flaw The to build pipe line to gulf eoat'IarlsbManatee and one-half miles east of here,:. fact the several committees '
Ii .TaebonTU13 week was.I"'can of ; .-,The fire occurred about o'clock 'say'they matter and President'' Lake has :appoInted'the various 'topics?:;in'' modern I I
are well ahead -of.the schedule The rely .
will be discussed
}' county I following'committe* to by
1| 1,670cars of ; commissioners Monday A investigation
orange morning. superficial
: commissioners and the Commercial ,
the agriculture
? take care of the delegates and torn .college ;
dl' or ,784,are In.aU.- The -movement ,.,,''Bradantown;; _authorized failed to reveal any indicationof club of Sanford who directly ,
are the keyssof -the1 city over to them and opportunity be given to Detect 1 p
lit'-; from September -to-December"119' construction of Gamble creek drain-to .'\ The ; w
'foulplaJ' authorities
are ' .
and '
under .
responsible whose active while here ,S.' Black. subjects J preferred. ,, / V
* Runpe, -
has aggregated 10.894"can or, about cost $90,000 $100,000; drain about making'a' complete .investigation) of ? ,
1 supervision details are being ''bulletin the total.cost a ,
rI 8,800,000) boxes. Estimates made early 20,000 acres in vicinity.of Parish.; the. affair..: The .origin of the fire Is carried welder, L.: McColler),P. 8. Fortson, According the "', Gf1
; : out'are now than '
more low that
I < f ; ; ' fulfilling Arthur YoweU,' J. W. Lan., W. E. of the course will be so
in season.called" & for 9000.000 unknown1 rte
.' .;boxes for the',1814-115 season.' Fort My.n; FlaJ:;...J. E..Baucom will .Th.'remalnt of ,the, five unfortunateswere . their promises made,to th. Watson, J. W. Singletary and W.' A. the most excessive item will:be"rail' (i '
\ 'Th."larp distributors and' heavy erect hotel to replace structure lately i found la a heap In the the county, and all are accordingly McKInnon. Hon. D. L. Thrasher and road fare,only $10 :to' 915'' 'being*.' d
I ''shippers throughout the state closed noted burned at loss of'$10,000will' ; ,, ashes of the house. lock delighted; with the future prospectsfor Hon. Forest Lake will act on the com charged beyond tb. traveling expense:
'. They were the fair's success.The entertainment mlttee honorary members.., The of those! attending. ;
Y also erect dwelling. : as -
last and ,
.their/packing houses .week ed in each other's arms. It is known : 'committee have been' several'studenttst
) particularly will be I It is that
i' ? smal} of,fnilt Is moving that Mr Mrs. ,A.q'oeeupled I program given publicity Idea expected a
-only a quantity aDd
Homestead, Fla..:Homestead Light, a .active and have secured only and will give the vistors some- will be enrolled from Dad. county in ,, ;,
former "
this week, as compared to Co. will build .10-ton ice room on' the second floor and that the best possible obtainable for the '
Ice A
: Power of the city' of Sanford and surround view of the fact that-recent'developfments $
I remain
? shipments. These houses -wiU la addition to its electric light the' children slept In what was called amusement field. Among which #1 '
plant, may and the hospitality of the In agricultural lines hare, Jn- ,
if closed until after the holiday to give and the "nursery, a 'room on the same be mentioned A. C. Kneel, the daring celery l' '
power plantClearwater > delta. Auto trips through the terestod the entire ,,
.\ !the market. time' to' clean UP'' and floor The indications are that the isTeld
aviator in '
daily flights, display *
) gorgeous the lake > under the ;
celery farms fish on a The short
a fry course
- until there Is a good demand for good 'ia.-Tovm let discovered the fire in time to o1S *
: contract parents .fireworks each night; and i
'' night at the movie. and various other auspices of the United, States depart p
.: stock: / to G. W. Parker at $5,685) to build get out of their OWtl room. and make new and novel concessions. '
many attractions will be presented to the Taint of agriculture" __ .
j i: : t It Is believed by all that the growers dock at foot. of.Cleveland. street.. their way to that of the little one., Signor Tasci with his royal Italian knights of labor and their stay in _
? ; 'were lucky to with comparatively in the hop of saving them and were
escape band will give'daily concerts and all visitors i .
Sanford will be pleasant to the INCREASED VEGETABLE
y take Fla. Lake Worth ,
little damage
Worth unable to get out again. '' '. .
to be' absolutely free. :
unusual and visited. The trades ACREAGE AT
the eoun. TITUSYILLETltusviU.
. '': weatherwhich.has been for Fruit and Vegetable Growers' association Were Wealthy People. The fair headquarters are flooded assist in ', ..
ell of Sanford will also ably ;
j 'if so early in the season. Several nights leased site on which to build a The Alveys were Baltimore people, ' ,
with applications for booth and
concession and fine for Fla; The
entertaining, a program -
l it'the low the' packing plant. and Mr. had retired from business.
kept Alvey
} temperature growers . space. Nothing offensive will the business meetings has been ar nation at 'thi' point resolved .itself* 1 '
the anxious'seat but with the and their
on Roberta They were wealthy be allowed. All going to make this and it is said the locals into 'deal.- 8er-*
F. by
Fort Myers, Fla.-<3arl ranged an early spring crop
t other the home here, used by them only in the
high wind or some agency of absolutely .the largest and. cleanest the will' oral! have been mad to raiser' r
Co. let contract to erect number here that Sanford meeting attempt :
'was from. frost dam- winter time of th. handsomest I
was one
I C protected
crop amusement program in its magnitudeever in labor circles. midwintertabl... but the cold' .
' dwellingson Monroe Heights. in this section. It sjf ated (mark an -epoch On account ( ,
E age. was at -fair and festivalof ' '
atempted a the of .
of weather
l' has
approaching meeting preventedThen >
; *
The services of the United States Mlarl'Fle-l: A. MooM, Hotel in an orange grove. This was V err this kind and all absolutely with- the legislature, some very important will be a large acreage than, 1'heretofore'
.i Weather Bureau has materially is build third winter in Florida. out cost to the citizen and visitor. ,
it a
Halcyon, will, reported, matters will be threshed out at the in early spring'tomatoes 1,
j 1 1'5h.lped, growers to protect crops in railroad from Palm Beach to Lake PLANT CITY STRAWBERRIESPlant The same to be held in the heart of Sanford meeting, and there will be potatoes and beans with semi ab-t
,. ;: .localities) where there was danger and about miles, to develop the business districf on the main f. River
Okeechobee, forty City, Fla.-The strawberrycrop many delegates here from state locals. bages and eggplants. At Indian f' l lacres
,, I 4 ,also kept growers thoroughly postedas land on the lake shore. in this section will be the largestever streets of Sanford, on February 8, 4, city them will be approximately-, .
weather conditions . .
,. to probatble 6, 6, inclusive, day and night. of with soda
early- potatoes< I a
t : thou 'hoot the .state in ample time.- Pensacola, Fla.-Gulf, Florida A produced. The total shipmentsfrom Bradford, Pa.-A Penn.yl..niaminister L.lfl
h December 1, to the 18th, Inclusive Among the'many feature exhibits ditional acreage' 'tomatoes.'The
!I v" I" The acke;. Alabama railway having under con- were 8,828 quarts. About 27refrigerators will be the welfare, health and sanitation refuses to marry any more are being planted now.;'LaGrang1?!? 1

\ strnctiop extension from Broughton also to were shipped last weekor arts and craft., school, land men who cannot show an Income of and Mlms are making pre, ?raraaonaa'. ';

CITRUS PRICES Pine Hill, Ala., fifty miles has 2,016 quarts of berries which net products, auto and hone shows, cattle $2,000 or more a year. for early spring crops. .,. '
>! I located line for proposed further extension "
I I I to Tuscaloosa, Ala., 145 miles. ted the growers $1,244.20 f. o. b. The '- ,

f BELOW LAST SEASON Miami, Fla.-.Irving. L. Ackley of less shipments than for this the season same are period somewhat last Diversified Plantings! Are Safe Plantings! I I..' C

,' I Minneapolis Minn., purchased forty- season as continued cold weather has _S..t.'L.b.w' tk..N1...1 ... : .: TS ,SIsu''

' Cincinnati, O.-The citrus fruit six acres of land from Miami Beach held the trop back. This weather week, how-has .a..wraa Pat0O.lars. ...-at,_shwM4p 0..,..d......------.4....w oh.Itlrs .....-r MWI,_M M M_ ..,. ,..w_cark
movement from Florida through all I Improvement Co., and will clear, fill ever, splendid growing p..ea that dh.ra.d.t..ha I1.u_rrw.d_ '
the Ohio river gateways to northern I and improve for residential district; been experienced and the shipmentswill Fib sad Asuite4 fruits I.... Permanent hues. Slade Trees sad Shralbery'ire the u.e I .1.:.
markets the entire season up will build bulkhead; dredge sand from be heavy. Prices last week r oftable. Di.eniicaUn: Mora Attract.:
,' during bay to fill behind bulkhead. started at 40c per quart but jumpedto IP. *I r.-: : : : OMuanpttcN.| .ecru ,..ppI,fool .... Tit tod**"*ptflavlto*; c4 rind u. sad *.*!*.,wilt *=
this week has bean the heaviestin :. ... =. .. : :
to conunmUl *to dlvtant .sees. snak*rosiaT botn* IBM** | ** MM| nracti *>ISM ,
60c and remained at that figure ....... ...., .. .. '"
the The ltu.t adAc- lot both fruit sad few a. to II.a. wUl Incvoa Its t*.al..k. *Mir ttatbM tM oo4 a lyoudo't 1
.; the history of industry. Jacksonville, Fla.-Michael Schlotz during the tntire week. This is the CaMarfoa..;...4 aruh...eqr and trapV aad vvrr profitable II ] ] period. N-....-..ass Y. t ,"
:first cars began rolling on October 28 ?, KMOW Department o and others applied to Seminole coun- highest price the grower has been fkraftt* Iruai 1UOO can !> mallswd *Mr propartt**)*T thvte ltjrjM* t>- I
'j 'and the movement has been active up I ty commissioners for permission to paid this season and lOc more than /C .55. P:. =- ... pap"ilm and pap**. ... d.IW: : bcwatifaa 9.O.M. hniU Ydwl ftutMn. wwt': ffLe

f"untilla.t week. Prices on all the markets construct concrete bridge across St. received at the same time' last year. / Sort Shell.....Pecau, Staple/ M -. or Eel Griffini'. Macxlellll7 Trey are T......TrW ud Trw
I compared with last ruled r Prsu.5.a-prW ar< hlKh.y' conccntnted IO.K product that At mr Maocfa-naf NvtwrtM Mar iBckamHIe* P.-. r le* .th*flM* '.
grapefruit In Johns river at Monroe. . ferry. Refrigerators of berries have been t\ S d]at youi pleatura.tham .. P.aiu will produce mtwej <*uJ fcxid oomptot, .4Mk twiaotwl kai Bn tln*l i>laaMg 7ll M J* in.iett. wr: \, awlwpw
.s l low particularly on shipped to Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg .a su y othct sawerow.p Kenr farm.ahoukl aUK ...'.Ives i pare. sad 4aMir BMIt*, BJI4MTtjK. and November, .need t.r bulldlncm. tworidluc both hMle and pent>i crop, uitl.vF ( .'------ thriIqr- '.
1918, during October 'Fla. let contract .
; Jacksonville -City l' a.ek.r "j'7..f
and other Canadian points. Two t Fovon-hartlplaaHajtiltavaulrajaocil I twsjnty tr* pr kadsd.NPP.d by r sea
the ranged from Co. at cm,sad 1M Cud .bttwtwa thdtvwacmn :M wed] Inr larm octnxk |.= __ :.::=IM .' ..
price on grapefruit to Lightman, McDonald & coq u br l.pnh. Cesllii****! Tb bJt sHt KjW eB>dttb ifcima|**
'. V. around $2.40 refrigerators to Minneapolis broughta IInttls rus a.o.kS w .Lab L pi.u.r p.a.v aaywbo L Uac wuth. rM ou bur. Tlwrloa.. tea sewers dr.r.trtW..r taV 8PV**)....At e t'rn'
$8 to '3.90 and averaged $:rUl to construct bridge over Horan's return order, stating that the berries fat l
Oreatfes GnsdraM Tree
i of December. This
during the month creek. at Union. .street. were the best ever received. Craw I N.... florid, '
(/year In October $: ...' fc' -.B* 'price and for the month of Nov- Tavern, Fla.-Lake county will etc. Premium list can be obtained on AT ORLANDO TIIIe:1] t..w w

ember $1.75, while the average has raise fifty-seven bridges in connection SHIPPED 17,700 BOXES FROMPALMECfO I II application to the fair headquarters.In ... AII I_alaMK___
I' w- .%een' around $1.45 so far this month, with road construction, including LAST WEEK conjunction with the fair proper Orlando, Fla.-The Atlantic Coast .::--.t.:"'

r which is the lowest figure ever known about 1,091,046 lineal feet oradway Palmetto, Fla.-Citrus fruit shipments will be given gala parades, industrial Line railway has forwarded 195 cars = - -.. ... ,
': for grapefruit in this part of the and 1,147,610 square lards pavement. civic and merchants' fiesta, boat andhorse -'-. Je4.. I
A from thts vicinity week I of citrus fruits and the Seaboard Air iMtha..19 Tree iek wi&JIGriIIia4'
'.. 'I races. Careful and marked at-
country. boxes of and ,... WIetIuChot.
v '' Oranges during the month of Nov- Tampa, Fla.-Tampa Water Works were 17,700 oranges tention has been given to the amuse- Line railway 177 cars since the be- .._ ____
,f ember last year averaged around $1.80 Co., will build reservoir with capacityof grapefruit.have closed The until large market packing conditionsare houses I;: ment features, which will include ginning of the shipping season. The '

,t* $1.90 a box. During the same period 8,600,000 gallons water. I in better shape. The fruit is ink I;' aeroplane flights daily by the well- movement has not been quite as heavyas 1"W., -----.t' = .

: this year the-average price was Titusville, Fla.--City will construct excellent condition, well colored and I known aviator, A. C. Kuehl. A gorgeous last year up to the present date. _Nor .-.,. t"LI.A.4... $ _=' t 'S,,
$1.65 and $1.76. During December a 8,065 feet roadway on Main street sw et. display of fireworks costing not The shortage is accounted for by the _""' 1_.IM.uIed_ r...&
:year ago the average was $1.90 to $2; : less than $500 will be given nightly, fact that the shipping was not as

this year/ up to this week, it has been Bradentown, Fla.-City let contract The who is 1 and many more free acts. The deco- early and the citrus crop not as largeas Griitfinrothere.
."1.55 to 166.', to construct. 12,000 feet sanitary sewers man always advising rative Scheme will be both novel and last year. These figures do not ,lie lit. & *. .rises ,
.. ,, TaJ'cerinesof 'twhlchthere were. and 1,600 feet reinforced concrete others to keep cool hasn't time to do I new and promises to take on the air include shipments made by express --.. ...... tv
I." '. "also heavier receipts, >did nearly a, and segment-block storm sewers. it himself. of a real fiesta since the beginning of the season.
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1 The average -- --
.itl. wash
it.:,.... aSNoav mbeer and December, 1913, ':VEGETABLES BY, EXPRESS. 3- *'
y t\'U6:. to L60i,I this yearltwa:: ,$1.40IvI 'Sarasota"Fla. :Ve. Vegetables also are pjOa asflt ? -* TJ5 te. iS 3i

i: ,l. r OnM iI. k.i*aJ 'good::portlori' of moving'";"v Express shipments, of tomatoes -
eggplants.and other vegetablesare CrLFanner
::the receipte are disposed of at public
ale and records show that during quite heavy. Strawberries soon ---
i: ,October November and December last will start as the acreage is large forth ... -
i I .
initial Growers expect to '*
1 260.are .went over'.the block. year. .c-:::: = -
.. the months make good arid if they are successful '
>This during tame
year figure44hat'enough with their berries this year there will
:228 cars have been sold. It is i.v
regular arrivals and be a much larger acreage planted

straggling can win be put up during II III' next season.ARCADIA .

'the coming week to bring the public PACKING in Florida '

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\'KEt. I Arcadia, Fla,-It ii estimated that / .
WEST. -HAYANA 600 of citrus fruit have been
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S lDI proceeded. death sentence >for : .:;
Then was ... tlng' Chriatma Tb.:French ''have made- important \, -; .
/. .n ng gMir7', PPH ,tt. ,& t1tor.r
t day on the Moaelle river, where gains the Le ;Petre.. forests.,, : JI '
1 _..* 'celebrated, fsi* nowfeomes'1iotttl4e -
,' highest''court |'D.thf: ; land.*) 4' .

: f 600 GUNS WIPE goal for which attorneys han

k ;: ,4 ljMtE$ FIGHT BUT : w.o..wfiJ\c' preriously for week,.denied* ''ie"rwotbK ,"!alHP: -.,.' r't

GERMAN WORKSParis ar though. .qf ;
t NO DECISIVE ACTION OUT .on, : phase .: :- . ,

,i or J
d !y London, England.-While there was French ,commander-in-chief France.--General ,Joffre said the to TAKES OFF DANDRUFF : "1 1'or

n "t 'no Christmas cessation of military activity 1':' FALLING -\
: Cols. Ignatieff and Yard-Buller, th.Rua.lan HAIR STOpS ;
'nevertheless no decisive actionocurred .. '.... wti along either of tha great battlefront and Engliah military attachesat .. .. t '
*. A spectacular element of the field headquarter of the e Save your Hair] Get.. 23 cent Bottle '. t
French three or four days : -
army ago rir
the recent news wa supplied by an I of Danderine right feow-.Alo ;" "
i "Come with me and you will see. ofatope' ."J"
'! a.rlal duel between a German .'
4 .
i before in itching *calp
and two English biplanes over something never seen war. [Ji
!! This occurred Christma The military attaches accompaniesthe '*nanannnnlnnBnalaBjaBnB. * *l "I
the Thames.
several general to a place near the lines, Thin brittle colorless and :
day and was" witnessed by scraggy '
'' ;1(' thousand persons. The German es- not far from Arraa. There 600 piecesof hair,if mute, evidence! of.\a.. neglectedcalp ,i.
heavy artillery were placed in a
p.d -r-of dandruff-rr-tbat awful *urf, -
r' .4 t Petrograd reported the Russian position so a* to bear upon a comparatively There -la nothing destructive to it

.had resumed the offensive at several short plexus of the German the hair a* dandruff. It rob the hair .r

point in Poland and had captured intrenchmenta. The ranges alreadyhad ft its,lustre, iU strength: ; and. U very', a'b"1
offset this how been found. life eventually producing ,. feverish ."
To . } : a
l aver 11,000 Berlin reports inactivity along Upon a word from General Joffre, ; .. :-" . -I '0' "." ..J _..,....J. .. . ., 'U''. .... ....1:4: -" ,,<.IT< 'D..j, l n... an4.itcb Ia..of.; Jb{* scalp. which ,

r the Polish front. An Austrian army repeated by his aides telephonically, 'rpees ha* 'been objected to almost conUnnoU-bbalbie&eeut"tofrweelu, and'the1.tentlref. Ity 'b''1Ja'1Iiicondition tatned., if not remedied,cause th.Ja1r'ot.l, ,: v,
; continues a courageous effort to strike the 600 pieces opened a sustained fire shown-in this photograph. to ahrink.JooMq I and die -tbsn the \'
down the valley of the Nlda in the upon the German works and the .. ..... - hall"t fart.- A little I>andrfnf '
i direction of Cracow. British observer spaces Just behind them. .------- -- tar+ npw.ny tiifla H. urifajr C

think that movement will be too After a quarter of an hour, the I MAKING( A fEEP) TRENCH f How G ;;riitiry.Seq Lord save. yqur.Jiflr.; ';

) late if it i* a fact that the Austro- French infantry charged. Not a hostile ., Get' &'cent bottle of Knowlto '.
\ attack in the center has really shot met them. Not a bayonet *; J.l .
German Vi" -
Danderine from You
\ drug store.
Irate"rq f.iogcj I any
A the of the works. ro .
received Its reported check. gleamed over edge f W > \jems, "
have hair and Iota
surely ea beautiful
General von Uindenburg, German The trenches actually were torn to I .A .' '
commander In the .east still keep up II pieces as though by gigantic ploug-
t '. his bulldog grip on the Vistula, and aha reI. were made by Grand Admiral von Tir- power on land was" .established by robbery *. Save your.halrl.) :f.17 iti I., :r

w; seems to be making his present movement Dead and wounded men, half buried, pitE, Germany' minister of marine, in in all part of the world. I .

4 r(:. toward :Waraw from Thorn-- littered the line where formerly had i an interview granted to an American You American will have to face
f ital in the province of West I were struggling to free themselves I America has not raised her voicein I thing IIll se v, Germany will n.v.rabandon iF + I,
'4 .. In the west Paris reports aUght from heaps of earth. Those who had "the white ta se. Japan will
has little
protest and taken\; or no
all. progress from Nieuport, while Berlin tried to run were caught by the spray make China\ a vassal and will "mili r
7 t action against England's closing of
balances that with the claim that the of bursting shells in the rear of the tarize its million, *. Then it will be
the North Sea to neutral shipping.
Germans have taken some British German trenches. for to look out I Admiral jS
if What will America if Germany your
trenches. The French, on their side, '
declares submarine war on all theenemy's Togo once said to an European: "Next
again claim the capture of it trench merchant ships? Why not? will come a general European war,
) near Pulaleine, which they held. in England wants to starve us. We can then will come a great war in which
; '1 spite of several counterattacks.Turk i the We bottle my race will be against yours."
f: Up to Usual Tricks. play same game. can
S' ; From Athens comes an incomplete GERMAN TERRITORYParis her up and torpedo every Englishor Ship for ship, man for man, I con-
$ of the refusal of the Turkish allies' ship which nears any harbor : sider the American navy outclassesthat ,
authorities report to permit the departure in Great Britain, thereby cuttingoff of the Japanese; in fact, I doubtif
i of the British I France.-The French forces large food supplies.The it is surpassed by that of any na
fir'' in Syria .
from Tripoli,
forward in German
have pressed territory tion. Your navy has kept well in
French consuls and a number of domineering arrogance of the
to within eight miles of Muel- view the object and for which
culminated in the ,
British war
citizens an
+ British and French on I present
/ hauaen in their drive the
against it built.
American merchant ship under con- which England engineered in order to .
voy of an American cruiser. That refusal upper Rhine fortifications. crush the natural growth and develop- We just ask the American peopleto The simple dignity and rare autyof
/ is said to have resulted in an Considered in connection with the ment of the power of the German be fair-that is all-as fair to us our work will appeal to you whether
attack, by a Turkish crowd on the unofficial but authentic bared fi empire. Britain's domination of the as to the others. you contemplate the purchase of a
the French hav
runners a memorial for loved
merchantman, while the tome departed one
crew of the French- path up to the outer works of the I or are interested in the purchase of u
tailors were" embarking some Metz forts to the northwest of Pont. n. How To JIve Quinine To ChIldren.I'EBalUNH public monument.
men. This attack ceased, however. yt FARMERS'COOPERATIVEDEMONSTRATION !
-a-Mousson, which forts they are now li the trade mark rlrtn to
threatened bom- name asImproved
l when the warship a reported to be shelling, this i ill the Quinlae. ,tI.a Teeteleee Srrup.pleeent Artistic Memorials
(. 'bardment. The cruiser subsequently to Uke and does> not disturb the tamaelt.' Ii:
escorted this vessel to Dedeagatch, most significant fragmentary an WORK: Children take It ... never know U le Quinine.
nouncement made by the French .. Marble and Granite !
a' !r . ;north of the Dardanelles in Turkey. office. war i 1 1S Also ordinary eepeclclljr Quinine.iapted Doee to adult not'aneeata who cannotUke nor J ,

cam nervousness, nor ringing- the,",.4. Try / ,A
" ' 'o''OOOOUOOOU >', ; H the next time you need OnTnlne for any pur.poee. Thirty. r..nderpwiae.44ssta.aWster.y.srv. \\ -
/J i : Winter Hog Pasture. i Ak for >-onnee original package. Tbaam . you. Hundred of patrau will tMtllr to ::0
\ ;* 489.7S3 WOUNDED CARED 0 Filipinos In Too much emphasis cannot be placed *FKHBIUNB la Mown in bottU U out. the merit ol our work. ;

... FOR BY FRENCH HOSPITALS on the importance of planting a Writ*for prlow and l.Bp l .nlriil..i.....l.... aa
;,+ J '. Arms One green crop for hogs in Florida. In the Idea of your requirement and we will .ab.h ?\
of the
AgainstU.S. trenches
deep on the
\ Paris,, Franee.--.Almolt 600- firing line in northern France. The first place hogs do better when they SEED POTATOESGrown aaetch tor approral." Booklet of ded.a I fie*. 1
have than do
>O 000 wounded soldiers were treated green pasture even
: :' '*> In French hospitals between 0 GovernmentManila allies have constructed hundreds of though they have a liberal amount of on the marred hills of Steu- THE CLARK MONUMENT m. .

September and November! 80. mile of ditches like this. corn. We have no winter crop thai ben level.County, about 1600 feat above sea Dirtal and Newan Stoeeto. '\

:* Th. ft&1lre.'' submitted to gives more tons to the acre or grow, 4ILrid." _
'. P. I.-Eight Filipinos have variety .of soils than FREE FROM DISEASE. _
.,the.: 'committe. of the' on a greater Bl.ilmntdepaetmate Lwbe.adeatu.la1 '
army '
.* chamber ,of deputies by the been arrested on the charge: of sedition does rape. Seed can be purchased at Strong them a, trial.Hardy bend Prolific for: Catalogue.varieties. Give die and MOM Work eBdently ........Ask,, .;- "
,' 1- :.> chairman of the committee M. a* a result''of an abortive rising OSGEOLA INVITED ten cent a pound and as five or ten lorialormatfoa aa4........ I'
.*\,Tron* alnt.who gave the precise ,*> in Manila and Its environ Thurs pounds are sufficient to plant an acre WALKER SEED POTATO FARM.Bom .'' .
; Of thi,* day night Further. arrest are pro))- the total cost doe not exceed sev Ft .Av_ 8te..ea-,Oummtt.* ,l.1'' .
number''. f .1
,, a* 489,783. f i A ,
died. + I TO PARTICIPATE enty-five cent per acre. ., ... ... .. .. .
number 2.48 per cent. able.From "'
'!" " ... .. . .00.. army sources it is learned Rape is a plant that likes cold I ..;
that a general warning was sent to weather and will continue to grow .
.* ,,4,bOO BOER REBELS IN all officers Thursday after stating Tampa Fla.-At the request of the even in the coldest weather we nave CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVERI r ;

-'c'r' PRISON. WOO ON PAROLE that fully 10,000 Filipinos in Manila Tampa! board of trade and Tampa real in Florida. Where the soil i j. fertile
alone were ready for a concerted at- estate board, the county commissioners and the planted it will
yfi J1Anc'lon, ,England.-The first real tack on Fort Santiago, the Cuartel of Hillsborough county have invited make a grow of twelve to twenty
s ',. ;'view of the extent of the South Af rican Espana, the Cuartel Ifanteria and the the commissioners of the twelve inches in two months.' It resemble MAKES YOU SICK ,AND :SALIVATES > \\'

i !!: )j'rebellion' 1* given by the mini medical depot. The military units south Florida counties to have small turnip and rutabagas and make a .

+ ':terrof.', justice, who says that 4,000 were immediately prepared and a but varied and creditable product exhibits similar growth. Furthermore, hogs I :.. : ,.' .
'rebelare now In prison and that street parol.u started .at dusk. displayed oji* the courthouse are fond of it and for this reason It .,
} 1,200 have been sent to their home on Constabulary agents jyrho are members quare,. and in the courthouse corridors le I highly recommended. odHl'. Urn "I.'" Stub Yur Uw Tone tonight. Tour .1

TpereUJ r There are till a few roams oft secret; societies,,disclosed .at Tampa during the.GaaparlUaicarnival The (following is quoted from the sell you a 1 80 e) cent td' eioftDed.oa'1 .I,,'
,L tnt about the country, but ther.. are, the plan for an 'uprising thus are the,<,dates of which are February record of the Alabama expert t B tllr Tin Ctloaii nd v '- Liver Tone under tmyi'pesow'vhebey' .!

4_ .without leaders and are surrendering abling a force of constabulary and police 12 to 16, inclusive. Qwmg to station: nqr- '. / back guarantee that each spoonful w I '
r y pol 'lb. appearance i of union force to disperse gathering at Bagum- the widespread manner iq which the us. 1 ?$!.T WI clean your sluggUV,.""ettqr;Itwowon't p l'/
", .. bayan, and Navotas, hear Malabo carnival is to be advertised in the "In 4eduig experiment at the Ala- does of.ay m omsI, na!' .;:. .

; 4 ... 0-STARVING *. PAt Caloooan 'a squad of leading newspapers pf, the state and bama(November station ito), running, Aprfl) 6)for, wjf 147'days pigs Linn up )"OUr.a1Q iah liver I Feel e t.oJ1.sack, J J
; and in railroad and Dod.o.. 1.J.te Tone 1p '
country steamship flies ;
American sailor seized: chairs whena approximately ffive fl*.' and cheerful oaks yamic work a ,
force of Filipinos approached a .>>: folder ,. :weW,tflf attendants-J" weighing:'pounds'leaeh1'atthe''beginning; .tIte pIwwwt .be',vigorous ia>d full of 4IIIIJ. m" 41w... Fo 'UU b p W; ",. .jD iV ....

i'r. U. $ HELP dance hall in which they were gathered expected to be larger than ha* ever experiment, it wa found that tWo UOA. Bwt.M',, nasty. dCalomel ypi e. II"wIU if! -1\t "' t i.
:: :r. ASK and using ttajchair* as weapons ed at any grjda i because it make-: ;op/SIl.uH4! :: fn ( ; ''
'd : ; before Iota otmig s a ration! rro, cI (;..... f '
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al etl ; ( ,tjie you may law a bra workv t''f !-.1t
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z ., ntfart MixI ...w, W"" OI' M'" r.CiiIa y, .4t>tAge p l* t.rin r period ulgpd 'beams. mteroai of the bone dlndse4'a;I4vl.r'lW.... iiglly aji', **.-

/ 4e observer to equal the rife The wb ing :wa* evidently poorly or- oJlportun t7 given for a free exhibittPSiet'i4rest.cta pork on an average of 84.4 9'ft..I Ck>DM] crashes late sour bile liXT sbk.tkererof) jMtinJeM,, SJad /ea-JLjii-T-;
; } European countries affected gaaUe4Tandlacked leader:." It > was. ffo' 4 charg will bemade less cost per pound, counting eget, d1* mltB'bi-ak\ai'' \ a QJC'-ona.'a I __ i lala;:;
.'." ar, were described in tale comlll? e4-/ttr., th* m04tot persons for exhibition space and no of providing the rape paat .fit 4n you, 't4Ml thai teal aaawa sad eramptoa. elnt.e..u-f'. =! DI';
,' .jisnd. by the Red Cross Implicitly trusting the tiord'ofItrt.mio charge fee avdmjcsltfn; the plan being did another lot fed on the .,. n. LA...'4o<' mite i
.4- I'. Carother sent this m.seag.f Riearte, a reypjutionary> who purely one of an advertising character. dry lot*. lptr; the: ......, gentlest Jhreiaa7i bowel Mw.l! .-YAdat.dr ggist "I'UU.u..", \, I .' .
St A "Garten of ffiden" wifl esq 7tM {ep.rlnoed4asltaka ew.f lt : '
ntareyt o lItJP'qal" djc from 'bJ i on rpp PpM1 eptin4bere ;t\9.PItf
d lack of stapfi "pl thW r.01\ a spoonful <<'.juralm Dads 41LIM ? 0<.rq..1t. .+h. ,.... '
t ,j : ,. 1* an alarming I 1.}" p" "iWa.; tbe1) qrf'.red with the 4 t:7: .w f' ,-:. 'Ih.
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; ; Some out] e towns 'h y the' Americiln5 lutnorJtUa a* composed. lo reri frurtt imciunt of the ration of cp: : .y. -- - "" -= .. ,F'OdD ; ;"" :----;; : ;\' ;

1 '.& *0;pN for ...tbe. ,-aome., tiny*ago, Ricart.. It.tit 'and vegetable i, and this will be bea! s- v91'7," at "
;t c ': .xUt 1 dT", vli2r thai the anUrAinerj- Ufp11y'm'Jb sssm&S3S&ff2Z&, y. call tye>bpt be made on Christmas :Out' xp..*. to the 'exhibitors. The rtion of'corn d[.w...,'a ho Ui pdgtte ;

: wpol.c .' Eve: ','when' the American 'effleerswould expected prove the ia dry..lot, afforded Utfo orproQt. / I { e } )
attractivefeature of the carnival : 11P; '
: be- expected to' celebrate the most ; t ;, ., rt"tt. &
., \ v holiday. to While :*. ,Planting.Rape ) r.&j,. 1Q" ",'.f.\(
R 4ack
the exhibition ia on an effort "
.be planted either in ,rows. \ .
4 rt iPl n SKIP MOW A PRISON'jfewVYorki EXCHANGE ENLARGES will be made to form a south Florida or broadcast.can The best ...1I1I1U are. 01tY"1 C icaIIo! ed St Louts .' :
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f rk N. Y -Th. German ''iv FJtUIT :CfUNG PLANT association for the purpose of having obtained by planting in rows'thirty, ; .:,. \ (
)( a small but creditable) exhibit in Tampa inches it be cultivated. Be'stablbhed JIM.atTe;"1816. '\ '
;1InarjDIP.ratore, tbel J largeit ship in Winter 'Haven,r; Fla< -The 'Florida winter-hereafter.. apart *o can '
311 The association It I.i a plant that consume oqn'id- :Daily':
ha been turned Northbound
jU>*i world, aprtaon. Citrus exchange packing house 1* now will not be for butt I I.beI Southbound
J for, English, civilian*. It 1 I. ready for us\rle'\ .. The exchange ha one profit stable water consequently cultivation' \ 9:86 A. 10[. Lv./ Jacksonville Ar. 7:80 .P.M.'
e, } U hoped,that be
'? lying 'ln;tha Hmbuig>iiarperv., !-ThJs' added nee *&ary'I06D'\ '.aDd has made: whereby-the arrangement expenses of can exhibition l,to preserve Jltot* *the*>.theU I.
t''' information ..wa given here today by built an addition cwhifh now t 'entailed quntly needed 'daring ntonthe.ofFebruary BIOS! ''P;M.. Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:85 A. M. .
the counties be
IMrs.( Robert Blytbe, who, with her /eetiof'Jloortpaoeu 'Ts. borne \ by can and March. If planted In 12:18 A. M. Ar.A.M.xAr.. Chattanooga LV. 4i87 A.M. ? tir'I'
by charging\ an admission fee the wilL be
made the of the 1 row four pounds to acre 4:60 : Nashville Lv. 12:10
}rabandjwa* a prisoner by parity plant ten car per of five ten cent A.M.
or or by selling the sufficient .If broadcast eight to ten a'
7r ; ffi at.the ot the day. Ih28: A. N. Ar. Evancvill Lv. 7:80 s
b Kerrnan oatbreak war In lBU Me -*cbaD.ahlppe4 fruit and vegetable. chipped instead should be.used. The seed can P.1cf.
Ef land she further aid that six captud.hIp. : 1BOOQ.boxe and, pounds 6:86 r. JL Ar. Chicago Lv. 1: t
i K about ,of casting them a..ide.Tho be obtained from the Basting Seed
'' year ii ,HI' in .1 8t '
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iw.; >* have been equipped with platform to ship thl* 0, ; .e behind the movement claim company Atlanta; Oa., or-any 'a uth. 2:69; P.M. Ar. St! Louts .irv. : r ; ,;
for the proposed aeria1IDv..loD i5 ,P.?
150 INmCr __ . that south' Florida ha made a finer em aeed house, and i* usually free :
-\ :;.of .ED L .. 70 FOR BOOTLEGGINGOiarleaton. impression -than' ear"before daring from obnoxious weed, *o there 1. no ., J' ".
; ft ..- disadvantage from this standpoint. ,If i Solid 1 ,.Train' .Compartment-Observation ears, \ r'
Oaidnw'* Co gke -Chlldrea'e Cold t a the period of nationwide depression Standard Pullman -care t :
*>' -. BodI..An Pertom,i ,'b1I ;;W.Y..r-Tbie *tate drat M>*uhlar> from;;tbW JoutbreakiJof Jthe own, broadcast, the ground should be 1 and coaches, between JackjonvUle'and Chicago. '- Standard Pullman {

'I 1,.$When'.Oll..of your little,one* show.AtomsL *. dry on July 1 and,'at completed j European wer.and flnaneieljregulation, ia .,I covered Od'of cultivation E: and theNed :.! aJ "'1r.F:: ..Jt.A.t.<< \ aJ hf,(.- .(1"1' . yi 'ff :i"l4: 'i i .. '.
of the very 4 1fhtl7 < .
of- an approaching Cold, grand jury Just 150 I !! ... .. .
.. -arpt indictment, were returned of, i In Washington, and that the resourcesand'advantage'ofthe" "'dItap. ahonld bexui by ''it" Dining ,to : ,
which planted
,|t Dr.> BU' Pine-Tar-Hoaey at ; ; I : : ', |iave I 1'I" ";". \ 'k.; "Car's'I ( J .. .. ..- .. ,
; -.I.t. act quickly' and; prevent seventy .fir. for bootlegging,or Jweping ..entire'ection JJovember',16V; bat in ,south.Florida it : ""I ., ., ".Jt .. '':1J 'I
r UIIQ wing; worae.' Very beslLung..loo.ea9 "blind pigThi. wa a surprise. can beet'the presentation may planted'up to'January li Th.brslertU.ltth..aoil > '' ;: w D' :lr'I: '

: ,tIMi. then to resident of this'county for'it was of mall but varied and creditable prodactWexhibit -', .the.betU'willi' "i'?Ii anbl tk na ;b. ; i :;::
the announced beforethe. election:-that if .
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both today.-J; it would pat a complete stop, to the ; been+ 'invited'. 'td"Siartidpata -, .'.a'. 'f ,ARTHUR a': SPENCER'" ''I '. .... . . .I' ' . .. tl, :. ......
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road !'and sleeping "earl: ) lilOTlCLI. 'r., bMIRle1'AATIONiiOTC1ll; l'M
-companies Notice ".*'her>by IPy.a that thlar .,...-.,.. '" t :;;' .
jl1To "Abolish DieNuisance .companies from receiving aamaV1. annual of the tockholdr4 N.Ne'.f .... ......__..... .... :
It : .8*.ti<>m' V tbs.It- nael.4r hiISelhsplppl 4.UlatiVr '.f th*' meeting Oil-Compaay will ...... Is Ce... ., c..t" ; faysr 1ha 41": t
of -ot. l ;, b* held In the ofrtc of -l. V.aaty. .,........ ,
That It shall be unlawful In this *tt. C. A. Carson In'the 'It"-" )
of Ciitfmif "Tips" tor i any hotel rt..n..'eafo-dlnln-. ,lag, In Klsslramee : V*, :Kttatof' It'Loh'ri.' '. ,' " rr t ;
ear. railroad company '* sleeping car ,the Uth day of & *'' hrVby rlTen'to all s 8tMt:' "{ "
t* kBowlncly allow!;, any pel' . r"
r -. company A. kC.-for the _noem that on the nth 'ttMt

,'Precisely,wben'and"where' the but 'tbeirl pay.I. tupplemented by tip soil. In commonly Ito employ known to cclv a* a "tip"any. .,Iron gntufty ;tat ins'-year. 'a board and of director. '..A.T.,n.)(It, -it Murph, 1ja11.appITo, .- Judge to 21C . '. ,",..' -;" ,,

'nuisance originated 1* difficult to from the public which makes the position any, person or B8.enl'.r;-an4 It ahall business. *., shall mm Judr of probate, for III ".
desirable and' lucrative one.,for be unlawful fa* ;any patron of anyhotelro.taurant for ,IV ;i' ... administrator B. : SH1R "
a rmin.-althou&h 'it i* known >to a caf .'.dlnlnv. car.or a. 7. .aa ,
,.travel- ........ and that at the' _
have been this! .country a : Women and children railroad train or1' .
brought to : : negro any pasaoomr jn anx I J-Jt -4
it'wa \ ing-alone compelled to hlffc, for sleeping car to give, any employ. anjr, present to said court WORKER' .v ?
,.t ,from Europe, where ,..thought!>> are. for as administrator =& *- 11''
to, have reached a stage--** perfection. themselves if.the mother or person.. in any gratuity-and, mployany It .hall: hotel:> unlawful. restaurant, I f r AN. \ ; for their approval. -*,Specialty: :, : ''

It. has "beenfound, however that Jt Charge 'doe* root) tipv caf.. dining car railroad bomNn.o!:' I' '. .".January; 1 A D., Kit..tVILUAM ,- "

wae',1n'" > a .very Incomplete"condition BellboYI'emplo.ed by resorts l and altotoplnl oar company, to''' r.ce>v any Ali ordinance to .,", .n4 4 Ad kWmm., PIL. "
rratolty or "tip. ,; i j Il j> General ? ; ; .. '
it ha since the 4Sea .1'
when introduced here -Tor, other' large hotel will intimidate ,
of Klaslmmee, -, ,
l' ."'had the) distinction of having; all the person'.tbat' ia known among' them to In. this S.act By ta'meant srratnlty any oy extra: tlp"'a"compematlon .a used 1 I Pool and.Bllllard. 'OK. INTENTION- :TO "'

'.trimmings,added here; it' ha been not give tip by small .annoyances. of'any. kind which any hotel ,. B* It ordained by the FOR,, I.BTTBBI PATE1T": r(, i''

\workedtto death or, as the, countrypapers One of these is given When the patron restaurant:, cafe, dining car, railroad City,of Klslmmei ,r
"It has be- will be company .or l.rplnir car company or That Section 1(1 of th Is hereby given '
,.. are wont to.say, request pen and ink the ink I i I that
the oltlcrr, or a rent the .
manager; any nances ot City of . Intend to
come a cab on the body oUtlc. brought to him in some cases with thereof In charge of same allow. to b* ::, ida as revised and -of the stat of apply Florida to, tKat*'.;Building ,
'To discourage the. "tipping nui water added, making it unavailable for given an employe, or which any per- '' be amended ft read ... January 4th ltlr for ,

r ,I'Iance". has been u -hill work-al- use. Sooner or later the patron i II an- received won (gives to an omploye, and or which la not; is.apart i.'i Section 11: Any .. on the following- proposed ,1:80( a-tn. to to 1:10 11 n.m.mi
!! by any employe in tit* city keep a J.V.. liATTB : ''
!!t.- methods have been endorsed and will "give up" open '' Junf
though many noyed -sufficiently of the regular charges of the hotel i I ing; any billiard or pool KL8IB A. "' : .. lyr.
and many agreements made rather than register a complaint. restaurant. oaf*. dining: car. railroad or'' Ins or ten-pin J. C. M-FARLAND. .' ,-
:;: among the men who have been the Florida people, as a rule, do not lepeloff car. rompany.which Is not a ,i, 11 o'clock at nigh or : Tr
t.,. greatest victims of the practice. In know much about this nuisahM. The bought part of Its or regular service" charge rendered.' .for Or the a thing part to or assemble alley or room. ,' I CHARTER OK ...a. W., .. .CARSON, -

r;. every case of: this sort there have been 'help employed by hotels in' the small of the service which by contact It launder ', of playing or rolling on MeKARLAXD FISHERIESCOMPANY .

$:...,1 those whd have allowed their cowardice I towns are usually negroes,,,?and theyare duty to render. No hotel, res alley after the hour : .
to flatter their vanity; and. for under control; but the real nui- taurant.. car*, dining: car railroad com night, hall, upon Tilley'Building; . .
shall --
not lea than
'I. pany .or slneplnsour company If nor
1'1 'to fear of being "stared" at or "clucked" sance is the resort help, both black evade this act by adding: to the regular. be Imprisoned In the ARTICLE NO. 1. ; <-11. 1__' +!i
'at those who will promptlyturn Florida for charge, directly or Indirectly anything calaboose not less than Residenos'Phone IS.
there white that to
are and comes
.f In tender for to be used to be ,, than thirty day at Tra name of this: corporation for Extraction. . of / +
or or : !
the that is, the north. ', :: ''
over for. tips money the tourist season from '! that t to A McFarland Fisheries .. .. t't
given to the on Saturday nights
as a gratuity or tip em-
r'. in instances really needed for have their fares paid i Hard ahd Its principal I place of ,'.J:..,
:,.' many They usually ploye. All char-Ken mad by the hotel I room. may be : shall bo In the city of I. : f
the payment of legitimate bills for the by the company or individual employing restaurant, cafe, dining .oar railroad play Allowed until the ,.. county Florida, with '
house and home. them and receive a salaryfor company or sleepingcar company must,i All ordinances or ..... In such other place or S. CEICER\, ,
"r I meager" be made by It and be In good faith a" In conflict herewith, be the state. of Florida and other ... ,
There are traveling men-men with three months-figuring on. the charge, for service which It furnishes are hereby repealed.Kead the United States In
or and St1RGEON'
fit! families to support-who handle difficult tips for thetr savings and transportation t .uth' 1 Its employes. I a first time and ..., a. the directors may ;
l consent read second .
e lines upon a commission basis, back. 'Sec. 3. Each hotel shall post a copy I In open session. a thl. Bank Building- > '

.4 with their own expenses paid by: themselves This "No-Tip" law will be introduced of this act In the office and In eachroom I ember A I).. 1(14. ARTICLE NO. 1. *. Fie; -... ,
and each restaurant and .cafe' (Attest) 7 or u '.. ' ,
of the
them general
will cost nature
". tip by Hon. J. J. Paul of Watertown, shall poet at least two copies. of this I J. W. b* transacted by said r : It'r' l/-lyy
... between fifty cents and a dollar 'eachI Fla. To digress for a moment, to act In Iwo conspicuous. places In same. .... .. be to byy and sell fish. +
)..'{' I i and they would apparently 'permit show the people of Florida the character and each dining "d""in railroad or sleep-\ J. R. crabs and all kinds . ..
InK car company business withinthis this 1st of nature -
rather any
i their, children to go barefoot, and standing of the man who state shall post two copies. of this A.ADpr'tl, acquire, build own and .. M D. ', .
I J. than to resist the impositions .of_ the will father this bill, Mr. Paul is a act In conspicuous places In each passenger H. R. of boats and fishing A
J "tip-grafter." lum- roach or sleepingcar.. said business; to own flub > ''
Mississippi business man; e1rrg a successful . IJ'f COURT ."" outfits and to sell, lease. ; and:SURGEON, ,-, ,
There is one state that of 8. ( 4. Any hotel restaurant cafe .
berman, and has J.he respect and con dining car. railroad company or sleep STATE OP out to fishermen and to 'e, i
/ in which a "No-Tip" law has fidence of the people at:. Columbia ing car company, and the manager officer In r. Estate of :\\h: contracts, with fishermen ::: ; PhanD y't S

:} /been enacted which goes far towards county, who nominated him in the recent or agent of same In charge, vie CHRIS KAENNEL. ., and to own and .. .... IS , yf ,L\
iF. ... suppressing this unpleasant evil. Under primaries. He led the ticket in lating tills act. or wilfully or negligently Notloe I* hereby given, operated In facilities conjunction ..' 4, '
its hotel in the state allowing the same to be violated may concern that on ....., )
ev whether
rulings land
1 ry on or
fortythreevotes ;
that county receiving In March. D. f
any way, shall be subject to a penalty A. UII. I & -
must post a copy of that law in eachsleeping in his own precinct this being not to exceed one hundred dollar.. Honorable T. M. Murphy acquire. *, wagons own and and operate drays

room in, the house; and inn the total number registered in that for each tip allowed to be Riven. If Court, a* Judge of a of engaging; In a L HYATT ,
the state any person shall give such discharge a. : .. : :
any employeany
,. every sleeping car entering This is most remarkablevote and drayage business;
the tate of
precinct. Chris Kacnnel'
g-rittulty or tip such shall besubject ; Sit
person sell lands on Its
own -
k t the porter must display a copy at each ever received in the annals Qf the to ann.. of not more than nfty that at the same time I commission: to' build on and SURGEON '

. entrance of the car. The moment the state, as no man except Mr. Paul has dollars for each offense. If any of the Bald Court my final develop and sub-divide ". !

't}( car reaches the Btate line upon its out- ever received the unanimous vote of above employee. shall receive any gratuity approval.I.trator of said estate, ;:-.r"olu this corporation ; to .T ../ ,
or tip. he .ball be subject to a aw mills plating .
ward trip the colored porter quickly any precinct for a political office. This fine of not more than nfty dollars. If J. H. HALLEY, all business Incident . : Ids '
ek..... I and deftly "takes it down." record has only been equalled by Gov- I the hotel( restaurant cafe, dining car Dated Sept llth. A. operate lease. hire, use and .., Fla., .1,*.*, ?:I'I I1 I\, e

1 I' A. perusal of the law, which is appended -I ernor Park Trammell-but! in other railroad or sleeping car company fall f dockswharves, elevators, : .
and facilities
storage of .
neglect or refuses to post this act
to this article, will inform the ways. The governor has never been herein such hotel restaurant asrequired and to receive profits > _
., reader that the giving and receiving of held the cafe, 'or .. ; to buy sell and CEIGER
dining railroad
defeated, having successively car -.loopingcur .... ..... dry goods, hardware : ,I,
'v tips is a misdemeanor. While it is impossible following offices: city clerk, councilman coinpnny.hall lie subject to a fine of merchandise; to buy. r

... to: entirely prevent peoplefrom and mayor of Lakeland; memberof 'not.verp tnxccrd day It shall one so hundred fallSec dollars. for LEWIS en-cl: and operate Icy : ..r r.

;;:f violating any law and tips win house of representatives; state senator I ctrlc .light plants and
S. It shall be the duty of the ' for the product. ;
fir, be given under cover if a person does from Polk county; president of circuit judges to cxpeclRlly. call the at- ATTORNEY ...., erect! or own packing Bank Building; .,

,\ not care to give tips only the enact- : the state senate, attorney general, tention of the grand Jury to the provis all klndf, .and to operate ..a ; .*. Fla;: ':"',Stl
ment of this law will prote: them I ions of this act at each term of (Ii.- )' for. purchase receive. -
of .
of the state
and then '
governor coo rt. for I n\ '-et ment fir olh..n.
ii; from possible insult. Flor'ida-a record unequalled by any Sec B All laws In dl.ipnxe of and make .. :-1' .
.. -' European travelers have stated that other man In the state. this net be. and the .same are herebvrepealed with ohllg-ai Ktnrkn' .I'ms shares of other, bonds.., ,', F. PARKER

in Holland a fine hotel has been own The bill will be supported by lion. and this act shall. take pfrectBlxtv SP .. ,' and while the ".' J
: ed tha family since the thir- days after Its pasnnge.Became >er.. of any stocks, bonds or ,
by fame ,
F. A. Wood, next member of legislature ABSTRACTAND whatsoever to exercise 1 a
+' teenth, century, yet the present pro- from Pinellas county. He is a a law March 1. 1912 with- .., ftowers and privileges and r
J prietor, although immensely wealthy but the out signature of the .hlp thereof and to exercise
,_ generous man, resents imposi- governor by operation I '
t : dons the 'uniform of the porter to get tion of the tip custom; he had his dosein of the constitution, because not I I' ; t ages-,voting sun-let powers, pledge thereof: hire: ,: .' < .t 5,. 1

i 1 tips. San Francisco a few years ago at a o.,.II'Ih... property of this Broadway +
; benefits the vetoed by governor.-I ,.m Beach I nr 11"" part thereof st will 'j
The tipping system hotel wherein he bought forty cents ,
'L "
et' I thi proceeds at pleasure
rich qnly. Evidence of this can be Worth of breakfast, laid down sixty Post. h Tttiiim r as many be .. .. ,'
shown at any time at the union station' cents which he thought would includea thililaws.. ti n reive, )' KRIBBS r

injljicksonville, Fla., where on the.ar1, 1 generous tip to the negro waiter; -- In property stock .suimerlbed, labor or 1 for... tn.. ,( i

."fival of each train, every negro porter yet the latter followed him to the door valuation. therefor tn the .
: i employed by the Terminal company of the diningroom and handed him OA. SO T FARMER:: : ..,or.judgment of the board of Titles a Specialty
Vr to make contracts of
'. will make a dash for the Pullman cars. back the twenty cents, telling him he :roTS\Tn.A.oTCE: :: : :: : :: .. for the furtherance' any Payment. of taxes of

I. '. .?.? One is never seen at the day coaches had forgotten his carfare. CoOeetW'O:; ';"t ..... or buxlnens. Including : :: given. careful --,' I

1 \ In- which poor but worthy people travel Noy back to this tip nuisance. Cer- Sacceasor to the Dozier Leitner Agency with*I; to Individuals do any and or all i'l m.., Fla
especially women and children, tain large interests and influences will are or may be. necessary or v ,

with baskets with lunch. boxes, who probably oppose enactment of this law Phone 230-3 t b*.done.. of for this the corporation furtherance 0, P.. Oarrett. ; fl ,

.:' t. really need aid should have such ser- because they will have to pay their Into effect the powers '&t: GARRETT ;

:P t' .'vice, but whom the negro porter help! just what has been skinned out of t..d..
'" -- ARTICLE NO. J. '
-' 'avoids;, because he figures that they the people heretofore. These inter- e capital stock of the C T-LA; W'.. r

. !, may have "sense"enough to not giveI' ests are vunerable and no fear need be FIVE) THOUSAND -12.'Citizen 'Bank

;: him something! Jor' what they think, be entertained of their active; opposUtion. ), to be divided Into -.' *
shares value ,
theTerminal company is paying him k gblr.r
/ $100.00) '

;j" J' some. of..,The them"tip-grafter are. experts, intimidates,' and a,; On behalf of every man traveling in .r o g re In said cash capital or valuation'stock may", b !"

Florida; and for the protection of the a at m Just to b iff Pletoa'Warlow "
."browbeating lawyer" la Insignificant .
tourists, both rich and poor, who the directors'of' ...- Jadn-ef the '= -
r when,compared to them. / ": called for that rpo. II a Criminal court "'
". spend money in Florida each year ARTICLE NO.: /.
1 It i a'risk to patronize '
> '\ sleeping WARLOW _
specially this coming season, which: term for which this : : :, '
': ear* often on a regular run whereporter exist shall be perpetual.
i, ,. A will be a boon and of vast benefit to NO. I.
,t are employed regularly. ARTICLE
LAWw. .:
of the
account -
our people on depres- BusinessYOU officer of this
,' i taken in the buffet
chance patronizing -
sion in all lines caused by the Euro- a president vice-president the courts of ta* Plate.,
,'f.\\, '4' a* a persorf who is known not to and treasurer 'and a : Statta,. also b ef or*
give tips will be punished, if by no pean war, The Post will strongly urge \ less than three nor more Commission, aa4))
this just law. Each issue of this paper director The office of .. OommtasiMit"
oJ other than by having the dastardly :t'l
1r manner from this date will be read by every and treasurer max be held .. Bid*. ?;; \) ..,
in his coffee Th fclyr.
:: '\ negro expectorate the same person Fla. "
M. "..i while it. Or an umbrella member of the next legislature until I ..., shall b* selected at .' .,,', '
; preparing that shall The Post .stockholder meeting to b
{ parasol frill be lost, probably in SHOULD KNOW IN ';
\t,, or feels assured that the bill will receive the city of Klsslmme JENKINS t
'if) J an upper berth when shoved up, and Florida, and the second S e,1 J I
then found when the owner starts aAf' the solid support of both houses when In December of each year |
the matter shall have been placed be- the year 1(11. i-\
rukas and a generous tip anticipate the first annual meeting
Af't '.' ed. It hall been known that these punishments fore them-for the measure is of sufficievt NELSON ( and until the '
.- importance to demand just and mentioned are elected and : 1lt) Hall .t .
,, have been meted out: therefore consideration. ,Carpenter Repair Shep at the first .election the {
favorable .
it 1* time to head off the pernicious 9 Darlington corporation shall be: J. W. **. ".... 4fl'. Of :'
It is a law of protection especially .. ; Elsie A. McFarland. legislative enactment. inside FornUhinga, !Screening ana ; and J. C. McFarland \
Y The average sleeping car porter is a for the country people, who know little Cabinet Work Our Specialty.J. Property Sold on and treasurer and J. W. .

t. yellow negro very chesty and full of about the tipping custom, many of A McFsrland and .7.C. J, HICKS >, t
whom would think that offer directors "
hi* .own. Importance; a condition a per- stockholders shall met :
'brought about by the company official son a small gratuity would be but an of Klsslmmee. Osceola / and SURGEON 1 "'
D. G. tom
M *, puttfllc-,him on a par with the insult. W. PRENTIS M'KAY on, Wednesday at the office January of this ..

whit:* conductor in whose charge he is Here is the Mississippi law: ... AGENCY the purpose. of adopting Bank Budding ..

.Ii; I uopoaed: to be. The porter's instruction House Bill No. 16. Pianos Organs, Talking Machiaea, completing the organization 41 i !'
I Ion. 40 f <
the doIng
check and
to report -
are .
Gray.tone ARTICLE NO I. d ,, tti
". 3 4n the car, the number of passenger An act to prohibit hotels, restaurants, Sewing Machines, I .. highest amount or .. h

.t *"carrid- ach trip all of which cafes, dining cars, railroad 'companies Broadway. I Sell Land Anywhere which.. subject this corporation Itself shall shall be I
put him On an equality with the conductor and sleeping car companiesfrom II DOLLARS' ( .

;i... and causes* him to be very allowing "tips" to be given to I ARTICLE NO. 1. THOKPSON
Lq Important, employees; to prohibit all persons W. G. HANKINS Get Your Candies .-names cr.. of and this residences of '

q j; : Th.* porter 1* an underpaid individ- from Driving same to employe; to ,' with the amount of .

.I. j .' None,of them would work for prohibit the employes of hotels, res- Adding Machine and CANDY .. for by each are a* : r >;: j

I' ...i' par given. "them by the company, taurants, cafes, dining cars, rail- W.. Platte. New Boston 111.. DIRECTOR' r ''
A McFarlan.'KI..lmme.
23 1 w"iwh
For Sale.J. shares !
> F. C. Howe, ,, C McFarland. XI..lmm.e. and. :

j. ;: Jacksonville i, Woman Restored . W. B i, J.J ELSIE C W.M'FARLAND.PLATTB.A. EMBALMER. ,." '/ s *, 4

D. CLARK Or APPMCATIOT Stewart Av... .

k mach h DEED

'ByBjWoSfio Remedy Hardware,'Cutlery, ... ***!... ale ..* 6TB ( : **, Fla.' _' ,
Rol Estate ...t..*. .* the *tat. *f *
I* hereby given that : .'
r} and .. and Arthur T. Meeker
K. '
.d Broadway. of tax certificate No. 1410., '!w '
\. ,,Mrs. Mary Ford Find Quick Relief out the merits of Mayr'. Wonderful of June. ,A D.. lit, h... NM ot a Se "( It::! ,
Stomach Remedy from the very lUst tax: certificate In my "
1 f From Biliousness net for tax SURGEON "
dose. B. C STANFORD CO.Dry O. F. : rna application .
accordance with law. '
.: ""'', Dilative m*. Ma.yr's Wonderful Stomach Rerpedyclears embrace lot seven For- ". (

... J.Io'h\ :, the'digestive tract of mucoid Goods, Clothing and Shoes, Contractor In Plain : a"N"subdivision of the rf'o..: : .. (x'

I I fl-: suffered from It bring quick relief to sufferer the official plat, lying aDd Road .'
SIS Sproale Ave. t* In th < * .
from ailment of the stomach !
i "biliouae* and stomach troubles. Shetri.edm&a7..treatmen'ta Notion. of Tdou'l.o"I. lot KlMlmmM. Pia1 .fr 4
liver and bowel Many declare it ha "
!: with no success. .e4 *t the date of issuance .
: laved them from dangerous operation la the name of Arthur ':. i'I' t, 1'1
.' .Thon she took Mayr" Wonder.tu1Stomacb.KeIMd7 "' .... "r
I& Uala said certificate
1 and many are sure that it ha aved E. EL : ( ;, L."GaEEN .. .,.
., :: I '' according to law "
., their: lives.. ; vWei. -) ,1 F. B. LAWSON 1-: thereon on tke.Uth: ; +' ,I't'j. :tt}
eonWleecl' .
The' first,.dos bee She; , . <
., ; _- '. -- '. .,''/' want, all :peopl. 'who' hare Carpenter and .**A. D./:-hand SIlL and- "v..n t t ...Deeen&h : tt. .?
t chronic stomach,,"trOuble' conctipation. Cah' Stor Job Work and . .J .
i81.a i le'tcelitm.nt Klsslmm said county and ,t. .;
Mina meas. t.kest .nW matter<-of how-long ataad- I .. ,. \' Saw FiUac a: twelfth day,of . ; :t" . ,. .
say that i* reliered me in-, lac.,to try-on*. dose of.;'May'?*.Wonderful -- ....:/ x-1! ] er.taay. .,,;tf. t-, : i *. ye'',-'-"' "" .." -< . .. JII- \ ,\
19 DarllajrtM s rs 3. L OIrrRSTRaliT ,
st..tly.-t.Tb4iyren1ta wen more than: ',Stomach Remedy-one\'dose ... '!" , f I, '- '
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: > '" ; 'reClerk Circuit t.t# 4i
? mltafactory.away. tit eauaed. me' to; ,pass will convince you., This i* the.JI.Ii- '- ,.. __ ,,. ( .)./, v Osoeola County. : rryL'1..... dswfeta, ,\ ,
-ahamoaDt-jtfJbU.; ; and cine ,1+ : .' 1r ; j 'I \3JLUX9 M. JOnNPr N. ... . ..
*. many at oar,people have been : ; i 4 V -V M f f : \ S 1"" ;'rstAa ,ie ; t. is
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fl ". . vi ,. r. 53 ; .wets
:ab*.t AYtsn gall,rtone.; ,1" 1 > JAm
fr taking with surprising remit ''The j I ,
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'TDSON GKOCEKY CO. I. \ - !! :d" ? ;
*. *fa.*rihr Qpreda.the .*-ItPlane, mN&.th rouCh..system ,cleaner .ire - - - ..---r- 41Bctrical Oov 1/ DI'Otlwfllls'. .a ... , + ':.

:and ma full,treatment": : eyer' 1I01cL. Mayr1 Wonderful Stomach . ' j ----sisiirtir nf*
theof other in 0nd Remedy ia now bold here. by J. Z. ,_'"_ To.._...:, .-_ 'W_-.._ WaW.'aU: 'Lldit, eared .ylIsthe pwou..deerutugl. QIt; I .: & " ', 'i, ",
part .. -" ;
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.. 'ISSIMMEE' ', GAZETTE .. 1; '1115' b I
e ___ -, ,
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P' ,.. . '.Ii"
J fixed six cent., annual dividend) -
; .
1 but each per producer receives the full til.j't'4'4j'i' 11111 III 1111. IIMII ':rirl for :JI ORGANIZE FARMERS value of his produce,' including the I + be fond. of chil for 1.000.Cabbage plants at.$1.60.. ,4" 'r
profits :.which aow-COt.&o:.thejYfarioui, -n .t ; Swedish peferred. Peach, plum; pear'and cherry- trees :.N ' 'i
\.1 f classes. of middlemenAdvantages. : Want .., Mrs.. D.;Del- at 10 to'lK cents each. John Ught-t't.' "+. 'IJ. \

rK, : INTO COMPACT ;BODY. ,, difficult to. enumerateall pmi! HI y tjj i MMaj.., .-**...- i,iiii L.i ?,_, !?!-!;.,; ".-r- T>-imi--r---.- -. 1 Fla ":"rot,'E.:'Chattanooga, Tenn., '48-t1, ,: ,

If: '.....I i.'i., ". .<.' "" It the'a would advantages be which the, establishment .. -=Twenty acre IF YOUR'CHILD Ull CROSS,' ... 1,

** ,(Continued from''PagVpne.: : ) of this corporation would secure YALLEY GAZETTE Want Ad. area r ; country Address; good FEVERISH; C01'f' STIPATED' /

e various classes of middlemen and mid' for Florida. In the first place, place in which to secure help situation party. t
receives the fpll valueof ,. a , 1212 E. .78d St., t
;due companies, such I as, commission each producer Look, Mother! I P. Is'ieated ,
rent buy sell : ?
his activities of his labor and of or exchange anything. Th :
;: .
(.gents,. fertilising concerns, nursery with "Call-
cleanse little :
> *? the second ..
t Ei'1 ''Colnpanies, It will elm| his invested capital. In t coat a trifle and bring quick, tare remit WANTED.itt "
r.ackers.etc. under which the fornia Syrup of Figs.
U t at better place, the conditions :, 1t
O. Box -84, Kis-
t-r and cheaper than they art now performed products are prepared And marketedare Third RATES. : One cent a word each insertion; No. 278. "
l : ,,, which should be quite prac- made far more.favorable. cents minimum charge five Mothers can rest easy after giving;
c ticable owing to the concentration of ly, money and profit which now flowto I ; or \ the finest "California Syrup of Figs," because in
fdntereete'and the elimination of com- other parts of'the country are by I lines 5 cents a line.WANTED located only groves one, a few hours all the clogged-np waste, i''
petition ,along these various lines;; this plan kept in Florida and increase j t'f I limit*. Forty-five sour bile and fermenting food'gentlymoves J '
and, finally, it will return into the the purchasing power of each producer -I land; twenty. out of the bowels, and you have ,
r ,,' pockets of its stockholders all the and so will indirectly benefit the bearing trees. Fin a well, playful child agin. t
4 profits of Its business profits which business men in our cities and towns I -A list of stock lands, or- FOR SALE-Three lots, You can .get Sick children needn't be coaxed to k: L
now accrue to the various middlemen with whom he deals. t ange groves and trucking farms to corner Patrick and Lilly ; from the owner take this harmless. "fruit laxative." ,/1"
/'w and which far exceed the present profits The corporation will consist of all I Bell)] to our northern clients. We five-room cotage, two commissions. : Millions of mothers keep It handy because y 'm 1 i
- r of the producers them(elve.. Florida producers, whether engaged in have a number of inquiries from trees, good barn, stable Klssimme, Fla. they know its action on the .; "'
Some of the particular lines of ac- the raising of fruit or in truck farnvinr I parties who will be here after the houses. A bargain at $ WANTED-Young; stomach, liver and bowel is prompt / .
tivity along which this corporation ( or in any line of agricultural t'nI I holidays who want to buy property. cash, balance like rent. and sure .
Z will work may be outlined as follows: deavor. We are going to get out a real estate A. McLaughlin Tampa, two-story Ask your druggist for a 60-eent bottle .tl i
Marketing.: mArmmra Htmtrmrmt of the <.... d For its stockholders this corporation of distribute these descriptions which contains directions for babies, .c,)
will take the place of the packer "TA'I'oK! OK K1MHIMMKK.Kl ." throughout the north and west and FOR RENT-House nicely furnished, children of all ages and for '

f and the commission man. It will have the ..I.......of l.b.mrr.l.r. Florida.Hi ... l>..r....l .T :al. I anyone wbo will give us a faithful nished. Mrs. J. H. ) fine vlrv of the ups. :;';
j wholesale establishments in the large 11114. description of their"property and 204. crown1'1'1'1'
cities of the north and Canada; and A MSICTS./ put a reasonable price upon it and I acres land splendid with
in some of the more Important points :I flanking house K K $ 27.01267 terms, we will endeavor to place it FOR RENT-8-room I within 2 1-2 LETTERS : .j,1
it will have a string of retail establishments Kills receivable 2KH.OW7 67 for them and guarantee honest nished, $16; 5-room $10 .
26922 ; Nelsons Realty
t"e as well. It will know the Bonds overdrafts -- 2.2,000 treatment. Nelson Realty Co., Kis- $9. E. E. Wells, reef{ .. Fla. AT THE POSTOFFICEKisrimmee :i
t '; state of the market in every part of CaHh.nan Ht-inM and du<' simmee, Fla. : surance, 202 Broadway. It
)] the country and will ship its products from banks 18.7fl.63County '.
is warrants .- H.82862 rent, opply to M. Fla., Dee. 28, 191'.t,
where the demand greatest !
to points
and the the highest. It will City warrants H.V61.4X39l WANTED-Owners of good orange HORSES WANTED- Advertised list for the two weeks I \ '
price land to furnish me with description sponsible Kiasimmee '
K9 January 10 1914: ;iI
24f ending
handle the $
be to products
f jn a position and net price if you want to sell. use of two, three four Collier
or L. Z. Dickerson
of its stockholders right from the I Two-story Cody, E. W.; ; 'ff, ;
L 1 '"II.ITIIe" N. Miller, over Gazette office. mules during next two '.
John Forner, F. Mrs. :
ground, to pack them properly for Brack St. North ; ; M..Garner h
shipment and to pay for them f. 0, b. Cap1a4 ._. -. 100.001 7.6000(1(idHurplus months in return for their C. Stanford! 29-tf Lizzie; Hicks, Tom; Miller, Wiley, .,d>"
at the producer's nearest station, and Undivided profits un _ 61* USruposlts WANTED-Room for self and wife in care. Or might buy if McLane, W. C.; Phillips, Dr. Francis; ,
then direct them to the most profitable \ 218.H26/ a private family; with bath and terms. Animals will be for cypress field Spear, W. J.; Taylor, J. G.; Trask, 0'.' '
EV9.t. market. The establishment of Kills payable JKO.OOO' : 00liedlstuunts water-closet conveniences. Address and well treated. Address Oscoela Lum- Mrs. Dr. uJ) r..;
12.30(1 00
this corporation should eliminate for - -- Dr. Moyer, Kissimmee, Fla. 2-lt: Kissimmee, Fl. Co>. 29-tf B. B. SI3>>'SON. P. M. .

its stockholders the necessity for ship- 1399 24SC 99 - .. ..
---- -
-- --- -
ping immature or unripe products; /FRIVICKS. '
and should at the same time insure A CAHBON I'rnldrnt. ***ii mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m mmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmm
e the highest possible market price for JOHN M 1KB. Vice-'resident) i1
its own stockholders only.TralUlporta'UoD.. I((IMA THOMAS, Cashier I '
M KATZ. Second Vloel'resdeut.Personally ) 1

I,. The corporation will be the business appeared before 'me.n
agent of its stockholders in dealing Notary I'ubllo, lloma Thomas, cashier,
Instead who belnK duly sworn deposes. and New
with the transportation question. -
sips' the above statement Is true to thobrut Something
t of the producers of Florida having of his knowledge and belief j jA
: their strength, their energy and (Heal) ALJiRRTA HOl'SON.
their influence} dissipated, as is theea.e Notary Public State of Florida.My .
commission expires December: 6lh.
at present, by working on this 1916. '
question through so many different
'J and, at times, opposing agencies, they Whenever You Need a General Took I .
will, by working through this corporation Take Grove's I
bring all that strength and influence The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
fri !' into one focus; they will be chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
:, able to act with a single mind; and General Tonic because it contains the Big Smashing Mid-winter PRICE-CUT Sale !
( effective blows at the present unsatisfactory
fe ) and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
conditions when their business out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and '
interests are unified, and when Builds up the W. ole,System. :SO cents.OYSTERS.
i :
: they can concentrate all their efforts Just to
t:; l quickly at any given point. This cor- give you

"" fcoraUon'will have all the efficiency! of t ROYAL SUIT'

'. 'action possessed by a single unit, a

,4.r.L l' the t'01.united-same influence time be of able all Florida to act with 1 Wince to get a I '

r', F. A. Lincoln, Manhattan hotel registered -
ducers behind it. It can handle quickly ,. ,x .

- _.y.; and effectively any questions that agent for "Seal Shipt" -- .
"' '
g '1 .ma, arise with the present transportation it s "between season" have CUT the price .
companies. If necessary OJnters. Everybody known the I during days--
and it bee
.will invite competition;
:petition possible with for It existing even to lines.provide In every com- quality I keep. Send in your orders. of 70 of the most tempting "best sellers" in the cur- will be able to deal far more rent Fall line-- this very season's line. 70 of the most
effectively with this most important Phone 221 '

i:* yonder of all questions present conditiona.I than isjat. all possible .. alluring stylish fabrics are knifed to the* core of cost.TheSe.ason's .

%- Fertilizing Plans and Nursery Stock.
k* I- 'The corporation will also aim at

'providing its' own' fertilization plants MAKES RHEUMATISM
T and nursery stock canning factories Most Popular Styles
*c and evaporators, crate factories, pre-
'cooling Ice plants,warehouses and cold (
', :' storage. plants for its. stockholders, PROMPTLY. DISAPPEAR 1
and so add these highly remunerative
e businesses! 'to its other sources of' ,Chronic, Crippled-op S Sufferers Find '

'v fOtI' '. ..!; *. ,Profit..1 ... tt Relief Remedy After Few are Dote Taken.of New *Some of the Season's most_ popular and widely selling "
< -
r f The profits of the corporation will remarkable reduc
in these
.I # the' distributed amongst its shareholders : It is needless to suffer any longer fabrics hits are ,
6 k on m strictly co-operative plan. with rheumatism, and be all crippledup
There will be a fixed annual dividend , and bent out of shape with its tions. Take, for instance, the celebrated Martin'sSerge '

t I' :. ''of'(and.ix no per more cent. ((6S The) remaining upon the stock pro- surely heart-wretching avoid it.Rheumatism pains, when you can the standard of the world in highest class Serge. You'll find it 4 't.M

,ii; .tflts of.the corporation (which should comes from weak Inactive -
i constitute the greatest bulk of the kidneys, that fail to filter fromthe these reduced styles-and at a big cut, too. And then there are '
will be distributed the among
k 'profits) among blood, the poisonous waste mat- '

J.,It- 'value,shareholders of the pro rata products according marketed to the ter rub and on uric liniments acid; and or it take is useless ordinary to some of the finest textured dress worsteads in the Royal line among these""

fie 'through the corporation by each remedies to relieve the pain. This inducements offered. I've just price butchered these fabricsto
I shareholder i. .., the stockholder whop 'only prolongs the misery and can't special price
'' 1:1mat'bts: $10,000 worth of produce an- possibly cure you. Now here the
<<"" . :Dually will receive.. twice the amount of The. only way to cure rheumatismis stir things up and keep them moving during January. are
,profits from this source as the stockholder the The new dis '
to remove cause.
;-:;.{".J.,'.1 who markets but $6,000 worth Croxone, does this because it Reductions. Note them carefully and then come and see.
;;;:; ''suinually.v. In other, words, each shareholder neutralizes and dissolves all the poi- 'i
+, receives a certain amount of sonous substances and uric acid that REGULAR VALUE JANUARY PRICE ,
: .profit for' each dollar's worth of pro lodge in the joints and muscles, to in
duce'' marketed by him through the scratch and irritate and cause rheu- $16.00; comes two 00 r
'agency of this corporation. By this matism, and cleans out and strengthens fabrics; now !
''plan -not: only are. the just demands the stopped-up, inactive kidneys, OUR CLEANING DEPT. $18.00 to $22; comes in nine --- --- --- --- f .

IF* )of' capital fully recognized (in the so they can filter all the poisons from fabrics; now _________________________ $15.OO
the brood and drive it on and out of
$22.00 to $ZS; comes in nine
: ;Fa0 .RSALE the Croxone system. is the most wonderful YOU NOT some old fabrics now $I 11.50
; -------------------------
; medicine ever made for curing chronic HAVE that in need $25.00 to $ ; 1 f
o$2 .00 ,
-ti! ; rheumatism, kidney troubles, and I J
fabrics .
of Pressing Reshaping ; .
.:.. a EXCHANGE bladder disorders. You will find it a .1''
different from all other remedies. maybe a food Cleaning? $30.00; comet in elevenfabric ... cr25 5'0 ,; <.l' G
', There is nothing else on earth like it. f i alt *; now _______________-__________ IC\ .
1. .1", A beautiful" Michigan home 133 It matters not how old you are, or ,d We put an entirely new appearance to $35 in four I f:?}', a
.' :a 'combination: fruit and stock have suffered, it is them oack $32.00 ; comes cr2'l 50 '
bow giving garment
t7,1} !1 t \furl, betweer40'and SO acres fruit, practically long you impossible to take it into ) .. on a freshness, that suggests fabrics; now _______________.__________ !I11} .7's
:;., r ... ''mostly grapesj this year's crop was the human system without results.
r a. rover 40.000 baskets of grapes besides You will find relief from the first few J It the original appe..ce when You Get the Regular Royal
apples, cherries, plums and strawber'ries doses, and you will be surprised how I'' I new. We press all kinds of garments .
I, ;; rt' hay pasture and timber land. A quickly all your misery and sufferingwill for men, women and children. '
With These Suits
.;.( "'I: beautiful A:trout 'stream running end. Guarantee
't. a8 >,throughout lIe farm throe lakes close An original package of Croxone We also make specialty)

Ip r 0' 'by I,,,three rood towns within three costs but a- trifle at any first-class of dying all lands of .fabrics, Made to" measure. J 1
t and one-hall .U..young fortyPrjndle acres drug store. All druggists- are authorized clean curtains, hats, gloves, your ; '
,',Mrith,twelve acres vineyard. to sell it on a positive money- A legal guarantee with each garment. '
fC .. back guarantee. Three doses a day eta We give prompt attention to all orders, send for and. deliver. gar.meats 100 per cent process shrank. -

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