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 8, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00680
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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(CITY .FATHERS 'TABLE LOCAL PRODUCERS DECIDE TO: t

f THEOSC'EOLA; JOURNAL , "
A SUN >A Y CLOSING LA WCOM'ISSIQN I" "


.'h f'" '. -.. I x I j. STAY WITH:I':SHIPPERS I ; (LEAGUE :. : -

Tki week J:. G. Vans Agnew, el this COUNCIL .

I t TAYLOR NOW city, booitht the Osceola Jeoraal from Ens MEETSIN EXPLAIN i< '
WERS'l"
'. the Journal Pablishiaf company and AFTER TENNET AND HOSKINS HOW FLORIDA c {

through a partnership formed between AND SHIPPERS' LEAGUE' IS HELPINQ TRUCE' AND CITRUS :r':

:: CHIEF JUSTICETallahassee Mr. Van Agnew and W, B. Hauls, HOLD TWOMEETINGS REGULAR( PRODUCERS LOCAL GROWERS 'WITHDRAW MOTION 'TO QUIT. '.. '

owner of the Kiwbnmee Valley Gazette CHARTER OF CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY.. IS DISCUSSED;'WILL-BE- ''

\. the two paper are t. be con VOTED ON AT THE MEETING TO BE HELD SATURDAY MORNING t '

solidated. The Journal plant will be SESSION. x- --
Fla.-The state supreme I \
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court on Tuesday organized for moved into the Valley Gazette bop

the new biennial Judge Fenwick R. and as this is the oldest and best known O NOTICE GROWERS OO f.CITY'i.POLITICS,

Taylor being chosen chief justice. O
The only other change as made in the of the two paper the name, Kuun-i No Made For J. D. Woodbeck Does Good 0 The revised charter of the proposed O ,
Valley Gazette will continue to Appointment O
'personnel of the court was the succession mee co-operative society will OO
of Judge Hocker by W. H. Ellis. be carried at the masthead come tap for discussion .t a special O START;TO :HUM
I 4 meeting of the Growers' .. '.
Judge Ellis was elected in the election Atttorneyship Work at Meeting :
jl of last year and assumed the dutiesof The Journal appears as such the O sedation called for tomorrow '"1' ,n
his new position on Tuesday. Judge last. time today (Friday), as the consolidation I i 0 (Saturday), at 9:30 o'clock: This OO

Hocker did not offer for re-election. lakes place immediately.' JOHN DAVIS IS RE.A OINTEI) CITIZENS REQUEST LIGHTS ON matter is of great Importance to OO CANDIDATEs ARE :ANNOUNCINGFOR
Subscribers to the Journal who are growers and every member isurged Oo OFFICES OF MAYOR., MARSIIAL. -.
Judge Ellis has for several years paid in advance; will be added to the SUPERINTENDENT OF COUNTY PATRICK STREET AND WANT to be present. CLERK AND TREASURER!:
been acting as counsel for the boardof Gazette's mailing list and credited POOR FARM-J. E. BASS JANI- I VERONA STREET OPENED UP pAt CITY PRIMARY IN SPRING.
trustees of the internal Improve- with their full subscription time. TOR OF COURTHOUSE. ACROSS OLD BALL GROUND. .A &A &AA&&A& .
ment fund at a salary of $2,500 per The city 'i beginningto .', "
Gazette subscribers who also take the The board of commissioners The first meeting of the city political pot *
county coun-
year. Upon becoming supreme court Journal will have their subscriptions held this week Monday cil in the new found the a meeting the Osceola County boil wiht a primary coming on in,,
two meetings one year city
justice this position was left vacant. extended to include the time they yet I the routine businessof fathers in cheerful and Fruit and Truck Growers' associationlast the early spring when a mayor clerk,, 9'a
to wind a optimisticmood.
Hon. T. E. West attorney general, have, on the Journal's list. up all Saturday Mr. Tenney. general! treasurer marshal and three councilman
second They Tues-
and
the meeting
had expressed his willingness to take Both the Gazette and the Journal, past year a were present manager of the Florida Grower ..ndShippers' will be elected. A ,number, of
on Tuesday' for the of reorganizing day night, including J. D. Woodbeck,
of the legal affairs of the said purpose '
charge as separate institutions have excellent the councilman chosen' last league and Mr. Hoskins, candidate have already announced
the board and new
board of trustees and it was decided equipment and modern machineryand making an- traffic manager of the league, were themselves for someof these,office* : "F t
to succeed Dr. T. M.
nual O. R. Bass meeting Rivers
retired -
by the board to turn its legal affairs by the consolidation the Gazette's: appointments. resigned.The present to talk to the local |jn>w"rs and the race promise to bea, lively- J .
from the board following the
over to Mr. Weat and not employ a plant will unsurpassed. by any other famous about the work the league is- tryingto one. . I v
special counsel further.In paper in the state. outside the large meeting Monday and the one new dinance now which Sunday law closing or- accomplish and how the growersare It is understood that H. 'R. ,May
commissioner, Young Tindall took his proposed for a I .
accordance with the statute it cities. Its facilities for newspaperand being benefitted by its efforts. will be a candidate, himaelf
place on the board Tuesday. E. L. time seriously threatened the sale of
was necessary for the railroad commissioners job work will be such that it can Kissimmee soda Several weeks ago, at a meeting of i a* mayor and Fred Sass ha' announced > a
again elected chairman of gasolene, e
Lesley pop
was gumdrops
to organize on Tuesday for meet any and all demands. made for a and such the Osceola county association a discussion himself a* opposing him
other "necessities
retaining of
the Old commissioners '
their biennial term. The organizationof number of years. The plant will be body I, life arose as to whether the local again. There I I. a rumor that'J..W.., ;
handed
knockout
their Frank Walker, was a jolt by
places are
the commission was completed by specially equipped for handling all Robert and Ackias Bans. being tabled and will no doubt growers were getting any benefit from Thompson now president of the city' _
the re-election of Commissioner Burras kinds of fine book work loose leaf Lamer slumber in peacefully their affiliation with the league and council, will be a mayoralty candidates J
the archives of the
held
the board
chairman and J. Will Yon as sec ledger work, and high class job work I Although several a long se- council chamber with other there was some sentiment favoring also but he ha*' not announced. him*j; -
the musty
retary. of all kinds. cret caucus discussing applicants ordinances withdrawal from the league. It was self up to this time. ", ;\
I for the attorneysmp' i that were nearly passed but
_. county (Continued on Page Eight.) I Floyd Tyson the present marshal;
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succeed W. J. Sears for some reason or other laid
to resigned, no were Is
a candidate for re-election. Geov M1
decision could be reached and no appointment aside for the health, peace and pros )
W. Overstreet is also announced
Flagler System Opens was made, the matter perity' of the community. PROGRESSIVE CLUB candidate for this job an and two,or'!,,
Woodbeck Makes Motion.
I. ing left open until some future
three other men have been named '
John Davis) had no opposition to be-I Councilman Woodbeck made the mo- ii
as probable candidate
New Kissimmee DivisionOpening tion to table the ordinance
the of
I application for position closing CONCERT PLANNEDThe J. R. Gilbert will be a candidate to ,
erintendent of the county poor farm which motion was seconded by Roma 1
succeed himself, a* clerk, and it I I. understood
and wax reappointed to that place. Thomas and passed and the council's ,l,.'
up a vast territory of fertile -I and use marks the culmination of another ,7. K Bass was re-appointed janitorof I action will allow the boys and girls to Progressive club has arranged that J. Z. Robinson the pre-
land which will be settled rapidly one of his dreams for the development the courthouse on the endorsementof continue to enjoy their sodas and ice j: to have the Misses Zimmer who are ent treasurer will make, the *race '' to

now that transportation facilities are and upbuilding of Florida. the. various courthouse /officials. as I cream on a Sunday, just the same wintering at St. Cloud, appear here again. ." .:
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provided the first train over the new Under the schedule announced by to his satisfactory service during they] ah they do in every other progressive in concert on the evening of January
Kissimmee Valley division of ,he Flag- the passenger traffic. department of past, year. R. i IX Drittgers wan an i city. I I 22. One of the young ladies is a $500.00 ORDINANCE
'., _.l.r system made the trip Monday to the Florida East Coast railway, the applicant for this position also. The' tabling of this bill is indeed harpist and the other play the piano :. ,

Okeechobee Florida's new inland sea- train will leave' Titusville at 4.40: The superintendency of road workis good news to our more fortunate citi- 1 I and sings, having a lovely contralto

port on the north of Lake Okeechobee. o'clock in the afternoon' leaving Chu- to be divided between L. R. Farmer zens who own automobiles, otherwise i voice. They come highly recommended UP FOR, DISCUSSION'$ $ "'
", The passing through of the first luota at 6:45: Kenansville at !>::45, Fort and G. W. Ashton this year. Mr. Far- known as benzine buggies. They can |I and the concert they will give hereI .

scheduled train was an occasion of Drum at 11:05, and arriving: at Okee- mer was appointed captain of the'Fon- continue to "chug chug" up to a Kis- I I will doubtless be one of the best musical _. .-. "t' ' "
moment to every town on the tine. chobee one minute leaves Re- victs road superintendent, and( )(purchasing simmee garaga..on! Sunday and get events of the season.It Victor Canares advance'agent wf.th iA" ikI
From Chuluota on to Okeechobee turning, the train Okeechobeeat agent for the county.. Mr. the necessary gas providing they are has not yet been decided where Starnes Stock company,-'war In Kin oJ

tile country is fertile and offers unrivalled 5 b'clock in the morning leaving Ashton is to be superintendent of lucky enough to have a house or farmto I this concert will be held but announcement ; immee on Thursday and had the experience -* I, .

5 opportunity to the settler. Fort Drum at 6:02, Kenansville at grading and to have the care of the mortgage to buy two and a half of the place will be made next of running op 'against the )t
The building of the new division was machinery and teams. gallons of the valuable stuff.A week. $500 ordinance, which >required thatr r'' k t
in
. planned by the late Henry M.; Flagler, 7:30. Chuluota at 11, and arriving A representative of a tractor engine number of citizens petitioned the I! any show exhibiting under a tent inside i..,
before his death and, Titusville at 1:15 in the .fter oon. ,
I its completion : company appeared before the board council to install electric lights on the city must. pay a;' license 1. !i ..
I and stated that in about ten days the Patrick street and after discussion the I: APPALACHIAN GIRLS of 1500 plus the regular county the chairmanof state license. Mr.' Canares 'thoughtthat .)
matter referred to
I would have an engine doing was
;A 'WORK DONE BY COUNTY COURT demonstration company work at Arcadia. He the light committee for investigation. his show,oughtto be exempt, 2,

", > invited the commissioners down to seethe He was requested to make a PLEASEDIXIECRDWDS. from this tax.a It'll, a legitimate

engine and it was decided that a* report for consideration at the next _. th..tricaI"compan1' carrying" forty- '
AGENT MEETS MONDAY eight people with a wardrobe : and '
: :COUNTYJABM many of them as can will go down regular meeting.
when it arrive.. Want Verona Street Opened. The Appalachian Girl comedy company scenery for an .ntlre'week'. performance -
r I It w.* also decided that the board Several citizens requested that Verona at the Dixie this week ha proven and none of the local house are ,+
,, .J.. The; farmer co-operative demonstration The. January session of the county should subscribe to the county papers street be opened up across whatis a big success with its pretty due> large enough to take care of. or:, stage, . 4
.k a 'work wa established in 0. court convene Monday morning, January for two months longer these known as the old ball ground. These ing girls; blackface comedian, and a his productions. 'FBQcause
ceola, last September with B.EEvana 11, at the courthouse with Judge papersto '
county laugh-provoking performanceevery the
I be sent to parties in other states same citizens also requested that new of his protest city council st
{ : in charge. What Mr Evans T. M. Murphy presiding. Jurors drawn* i I for the of advertising Florida. some necessary ditching be done in night. The company was. first held a special called session and 'Y

,hamaccomplished during the period from for this session of court are: R. S. Another purpose matter discussed was. the that section, stating that streets were engaged for three nights only but the after thoroughly discussing '",.. -,,
'w ,September 14 to December 31, 1914, Floyd, J. H. Baisden J. H. Tiner, Nat of marking almost impassable during rainy show drew such big crowds and so ter they decided that it would be Improper
is shown in the 'and Bass O. E. Young J. J. Bass, L. E. placing permanent postsat the audiences that
y" following report the section corners throughout the weather. The chairman of the street thoroughly pleased for them to take action at this ,
prove conclusively the value of the Patton E. C. Roberts Lewis Johnson, county. A number of citizens have committee was instructed to look into the engagement was extended to include meeting for the reason ,that at',the i 5?:
work W. D. Simmons, W. L. Reeis and the entire week.
Pr ; I called attention to this matter and as this matter. time this ordinance was pasted many
) ;, 'Number of miles traveled by team Aaron Bass. they are practically all agreed that Marshal Floyd Tyson made a detailed Two of the best shows in the com- of the people of the city requested"s ,
number of miles traveled ,, i have been reservedfor ,,1'. ,r
)1 1,620; by -- - I permanent posts should be established report on sanitary collection pany's repertoire such a law The council feel that .:, ,
railroad 961; number of letters written Messrs. H. H. and R. 1<'. Waldrop, '' the matter will doubtless be taken up and fees and was complimented by I tonight ( Friday) and Saturday these same people should havesome-"' v,. ,!' .
fifty-four; number of specimensSent President the night. thing to a* to whether the law '' '
of Birmingham, Ala., arrived last again upon an early date. Thompson on completeness say :'j
r off, nine; farmers visited 196; 1 week to spend the winter in Kissimmee of his month's work. should be changed or not, and in1, or. ";

attended sixteen meetings with a total and are stopping with J. M: Miss Orpha Rose spent the weekend The council also decided to pur1chase YELLOW PINE CO. SENDS SIX der tn allow! citizens, -an o p portantt..- .r t

!t- : attendance of 576; wrote eleven Gardner on Mpbbette; street. with friends at l pavenport. a pair of mule for the street. I CARS Ll'MBER TO WAUCHULA I to express their views: on: the rape -- '" -

Ylews Inspection ; made 9 tree to ... cleaning department. They Will ue I tng of the ordinance they decided to, e {
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riy.. tree of 4,695 citrus trees- used for the purpose of city hauling :Major J. J. Hall, representing the I take it up at the next regular meet
; young trees only are in this group; I INTERROGATING A GERMAN PRISONER scraping, sprinkling streets and such Yellow Pine Lumber company, sold ing of the council, February 2. All ?
i 1 carried out litmus paper test for acid other work an may arise from timeto six carloads of lumber to a contractor those interested ni this matter should B oils in a dumber of places for the time. at Wauchula on Thursday of this be at this meeting and instruct the
)i and showed others how to do .
\ owner -- week. The company has a number of council men ai to what they desire. .
itteted some lime samples for own- EXPRESS COMPANY PUTS i.
other big orders in for immediate delivery -
11i. ', art; talked to three schools in the l bet- tiNV a ONE: ; OVER ON: MEHCIIATRel'ently : '
' 11a' 1: terment of the boys' corn club work NEW SHOE STORE '

K: and one of these twice these not in- one of our local department .
(: "J j eluded in the sixteen meetings above 11tf stores made up a holiday gift Both Dying \ 1

-v noted. Number of cars of crushed : package of different wearing apparelfor TO BE
l f"? limestone ordered in Kissimmee six, children, which was shipped by ESTABLISHEDh
Wife Sends
> '{ ,averaging twenty tons per car and express to the Florida Children's 'h
"' applied to about thirty-five acres. home in Jacksonville. The merchantwho An important I
'\ Number of acres of crushed limestone s- made this donation was under the Mate to Cure ing place this week wa the withdrawal \ k

r'f ordered in St. Cloud two, averaging impression that the express company I of J. W. Harris from the firm of t'

.".-.jtf?, sixteen: tongand applied" to about tent carried such packages to the children's and Kills Self Dutton and Harris for the purpose of ;i-"
!>,. %_ acre.. Number of demonstrations, home without charge and this establishing a new shoe store in the '*i. ,.

> f<" forty; number of co-operators, nix IALk sion was verified when the impres'l' city. Mr. Harris has sold his inter :iL
v,; t ;.Have, several plots of southern bur I was deadheaded out of the Chicago, 111.-George Hendry, eat in the Dutton-IIarris Shoe company : if ;
on to Jacksonville. Imagine surprise tuberculosis victim, is en route toa to other members of the firm I.t ,i;:l,
countygrowing I kui therefore, to get a bill this week new lease of life in a Colorado and has bought the shoe departmentof It .. :y'

> :; '",,r. rietios of soil; if this proves as sueeessful'as from the express company for sixty sanitarium, unconscious of the the Dann Department store He \ s
"r t '/ thought it will furnish a i cents charge on this package after it II I fact that the little woman whose will increase this stock and will conduct -! l,);
si v. ,;'.winter feed for our cattle and at-the'' Jts'aJr4p had been carried through and delivered -: sacrifice gave him fresh hope lies his business under the name of.' :Li ).
& r .'.,,."isame time improve the land. Numtbet'of j.xt rFye at the other end of the line. It in a coffin. The Family Shoe store occupying that' ,.j i ,t
: _..', : car of crushed limestone ordered was the sort of thing to make a man I Hendry and his wife RoMe, both i faction of the Dann building that has" I' '. 11.

'i ?+ ''" in Narcoosee three averaging o ktf refer to the Southern Express company I I tuberculosis victims, waited a heretofore been given over to the shoe '. "
: tu! 'aizteen tons and applied to about I : as "a most accommodating cor- long time for the city of Chicagoto department. ;'
'I' acres. Have applied for 4 $ Wd poration liberal of heart, and render- work through the political pre- y. ,

r '"sixteen bundles of anew variety of % ing splendid service." liminaries and build a much- WIFE'S SAVINGS NOT HERS ;,a Kea
,Japanese cane to be distributed free : ; talked-of million dollar tubercular 1 4 "
1 "' In! the county. I Il FARM AGENT PUTS sanitarium. Finally they New York]-That' sayings f-a-wife- -- 3taeeder .
v IN A VERY BUSY WEEK accumulated from mon.y given to her . .
l II: { ) grew discouraged and went to a t /
i :FLORIDA POULTRY J: doctor. by her husband for household expense ,,

'"iAi''w' ',. SHOW AT ORLANDO 4'r ;a.e' I County demonstration; agent B. E. "Both of you go straight to do not belong to her was decided i ,':t: '
r Evans has put in a busy week visit- Colorado" said the doctor. "It is by Justice Blackmar in the supreme f 1--,' \
;;.., "r1he' 'lorld'branch of American ing various parts of the county and suicide for to stay here." court, Brooklyn in a suit I':1": "
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'' '. Poultry association will hold their ant helping out growers in many ways. A slender bank account made it brought by Charles S. Montgomery, .. .t ,t

I 'h' 'oal.I meeting this year in Orlando, Monday was spent at Center Park impossible for both to !go. Hendry jr., against his wife, Mrs. Emma"Lea,, ( ..ev..: f ''t:
.r ebrual7 9-10':1: Tuesday at St Cloud at the trucker's begged his wife to take the next Montgomery and the Williamsbars 1 \..
;:k""vtv+The banquet will be held Thursday meeting Wednesday at Ashton in Savings banlt. '... .", '
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train,,. She refused and over hi..prou.e. '.,:"\ ray" ', tr
hotel This .
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conference with a number of citrus his 'ff '
,!.lU'.Teolllc'at.lIan'.Juan f 1 promise* 'to born ctf ,the.jpost.important ; growers regarding__fertilizing, etc:. of .kissed him packed good-bye and clothing saw him SKATING CLUE s ( '.' 'zlyv'Boyd -

meeting* ever held a. the ax- citrus tree, and Thursday- at East .. off the train. < / .l'JI :,.; t' ,

'I\t" .......tlWt;.will be'mada, ,toe,"Sub.Tgopi, Lake inoculating, hogs against chol: .' Two on hours later neighbors' ; Yocum and ,Nerrlsrlawsoa a J,,..}.. J'.:

, -, aUMMwteter, . Fair."", ,, ,., ,J., \f, era. Today (Friday, ,,. Mr. Eraosis found Mrs.', Hendry dead her are leaders. la the organisation of the eyR
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t " oJ r "- ". at Oliver' Island dynamiting: or- Colonial ;-Skating:.;club. ''which has .../ ;:
"' ; BI'BAW'GA"E SATURDAT.ool.'JbasketbaUt.teain. I,bedroom. The windows were leased the Boomer'street rink' >4;
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: ' ,.tgh F .... anjre' tree* for hardpaa .and Saturday down ,and,.three; gas jaU'wide, ,,'/ to skating 'I ;' \ hr e will be pant in town at his headquarters .. -" '.. -, and propose* give skatta* parties, ,;
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t' L 'THE KISSIMflEE VALLEY, ;GAZETTE _. FRIDAY, ,, :JANUARY 8, :1 1Svx '

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: 1 : I'I FLORIDA: ... .,o. to. ..-.. t. .,... ... ., .. "I After mangy years"'of, effort a BerlinInventor' Invigorating to.tba: ':Pato and :Sickly. ,: 'j.:!
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a ,, 1914: BIMAKINSON'IN? GRAPEFRUIT O ii DEATHS. : tl t If .;.1 i 1! ,his;succeeded: 'in': building. a TtM Old.'._TaarxCitaa.;I'oaov. ; I
t O model,man.that can walk'talk, 'sing I
O' j',
i BIG SANFORD DEAL FEATURED[ N-S.A. L.The L . .. . ...., .. .. ...,.... . laugh and whistle. .... A true-ic.Fo' .d.. U.sad' ,PUdnIIIo-' see,.i.1 "J.,, I

'. STEPHEN JOHNSON.,, .
OF ; .-Major Benjamin Drew, Seaboard AirLine railway has Stephen Johnson, who was,probably ... .... ..... ... ..,...ouoo ,q.a'

city, has sold to R. D.-Waring' and agreedto feature Florida -grapefruit the oldest man in the county died at I h
the entire holdings of on all its dining can, and to reduce his home in the Shingle Creek neigh j
"/. KISSIMMEE Real Estate company,, the price to ten cents a half! portion, I borhood on Tuesday and was buried S' E. Ip. IP : >
t' CLUDES out the old year with a deal in and /fifteen cent'a whole portion. in the Shingle-Creek cemetery Wed, : .;
% ,LOCAL SERVICE I $100,000 or more, having Announcement is made by the Flor nesday afternoon. Mr. Johnson wasa '
.TO INCLUDE CITY owner of the same. The ida GroweM' A: Shippers' league, native Floridian and has lived in POTATOES =POTATOES :
consists of,several lots in through its Orlando office, that the 'this section for more than thirty
'.. The following ; the brick building known as Seaboard Air Line railway has accepted -; years. He is survived by several .. ;
0:1':' d6ne at the Kisslmmee block: eighty-nine shares the proposition of the shippers children, grandchildren) and great Variety and Quality Guaranteed'r;
the', year ending Sanford house; .Volusla represented in the league, and will, in grandchildren ,

r compared with 1913, near Sanferd, including the future, make a special feature of ; Red Bliss, Triumph Spalding Rose No. 4, Irish Cobbler., :Ie
r isfactory Increase in Springs tract.: grapefruit in their dining, car service, WASHINGTON.The .
4 of the business. In yeara ago this property, and will tell it at a price that will wife of Jack Washington, a We are handling some of the very finest Seed Potatoes that Maine
; vice) of the postoffice by Major Drew, was sold make it possible for every traveler td J well-known colored man about town produces -
-. larged since March, to the Holden Real Estate order the delicious Florida fruit. A died Tuesday night and was buri.dWedneRdaT ;
I Every car will be carefully inspected by a Government Pathologist
a city mail delivery back about short time the fora in the Pine Grove ceme-
but bought ago league, acting
f
V carriers. The local tery. and each bag will carry a GovernmentInspeetor'. tag, certifying that ; '
w'' aides the postmaster I ago. number of the larger shippers andmarketln& same is put up especially for seed, free from scab and other fungus .
approached this morning agencies, took up the question MATCH FOR BABY diseases. Our grower soaks all his seed stock in formaldehyde for
postmaster, three clerks, ;
} of the Reporter-Star with the various railroads operating WAS ABANDONED two hours before planting, and when the potatoes come up, spraying
rural
riers and two
said "The sale hag in the south furnish
s Drew : to
grape- is done with
great regularity throughout the entire growing season.
ing the holidays a made, and the final fruit during the season at
r, people had to be papers present Philadelphia, Pa.-Six policemen recently We are in the Seed Business, and when we say Seed Potatoes,
the transfer are now being cost. This proposition was made to
care of the Christmas matched coins to see who would we do not mean a lot of cheap commission house junk, of which
out/ the railroads with the understandingthat
there count of adopt an abandoned infant found by there are thousands of bushels sold seed.
was no as
sale engineered by Mr. the railroads would make
was a spe- an officer oh a doorstep.
kept during this period Waring, late of Osceola county clay feature of the fruit on their If 'you want some of the very best Seed Potatoes obtainable!
f force is confident that now a resident of Orlando, menus, and would cut the price in write us, stating what quantity and variety are wanted, and we will
k holiday business was has bought valuable property, in half. The Seaboard Air Line is the be pleased to name our lowest delivered price for them.
than last year. the pretty residence where first railroad to accept the proposition "

tr of the shippers but it is hoped KILGORE SEED COMPANY ati
; XtootSptfl of . W. B. Makinson, of Kissimmee: that other railroads will, in the near LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY
*
order $
Showing money an *Increase- ; as one of the parties in- future agree to the plan, which, as a PLANT CITY, FLORIDA.
tlO.OSS.40. in the big transfer, aloag matter of fact, is of as great interest AT LAWSPECI4LIZING

Po.tal RecolplB__ for. the T other Osceola capitalists. to them as it is to the shippers themselves ooooooooooo.o..oo..oooo .. . . ....... ........... '.
q. 111 noh Drew, shortly after arriving in .

Increase In bUftliieNH of _ seven years ago, purchased
lx>.. in receipt of l"ox property for $56,000. In one and
cnuned Ity .... .. years he had not only cleared SUCCESSFUL SUNDAY I IN
;I city; delhrrl' service
the amount of the purchase price

r An actual Inert-nut- tif 8 per cent. on the investment ABSTRACTAND

,f'oital Savlnn" ".' ,' He then sold to the Holden SCHOOL CONVENTION It I YELLOW PINE LUMBERCO. .
who the
d ( nrcrlptl for 1HI3 managed aggregate ,
till Receipts for 1914 for six yearn, but about TITLE WORKSh.BUROCK

.... ago bought back the The city Sunday school conventionlast New Owners -- New Management
r>*cr* e Sunday afternoon at the Presby-
which he is now transferring
There was no count of R. 1>. Waring and associates. terian church was a marked success.
a "I kept during the The attendance was large and the program -
but the amount of published last week was carriedout
o1 1 heavier than VISITOR in full. There was not a dull EVERYTHING-
a year I
Lt the number employed in moment from start to finish. The attendance ,

t j that everyone was kept PRAISES KISSIMMEE any of the was previous at least city double conventions.that of I 1 II !
I
I Devotional services were led by Rev. i;
A. M. ChUholm. 'I TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEA4-A4
; MAY REDUCE --- --
I I
*. .1 I II. Hull, one of our (' .1 I. Cameron e..q.<] discussed "Men REAL ESTATE

r '., has written the following in the Sunday School", central in thought a most im-!h- ....................... I ',
OF { tribute to Kissimmee. pri-ssivi' manner a / >
ing "Mol''' men for religion and morerellgInii WE HAVE IT
I more we are in the beautiful / / INSURANCEFzamination 1I'
"
t city of Kismmmee. had / for men. Several forceful
Washington, D. ('.- trip down stopped in Jack- short talks were made on thi" topic

., proposed by Postmaster. ,tlle for a few days at the Waver- I Rev S'Y.. l.awler discussed" in his. We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of )
for the usual 1 ,
leson interesting manner the "Classi
hotel visited friends
f t aries of postmasters of the ;ostrich farm some; attended; th! fying of the Sunday School.\ Me lumber-rough and dreased-Ceiling, Flooring, Siding Doom, i

second classes the salary (' ; walked and ,rude and hus. urged the need of grading that the of Titles a Sash{ Shingles, Laths, Window and Door Frames, Moulding ["

k. ter Dignan of and saw many interesting. things I teaching and lessons might tic. adaptedto of all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber. ;
reduced from $5,000 to $ located the capacity of each person. He Specialty.
we are on
salaries of twenty-nix I in a very pleasant place I insisted. that after the age of about We also carry a complete line of Brick,Lime, Cement, Paint,

,4 ,, postmasters would be (city very iH-ar some of the fine twelve years it was necessary to sep- '] Varnishes and Class. We are able to to furnish you'every i,
varying amounts. crate the sexes for the next five or
' the the
r Only the postmasters ("Gazette; library office and the high six yours, this being a period of natural I thing for your house or your barn, from ground to roof. r

1 I cola, Fernandina, buildings. From our ," I reputation. lie advised also that )I 4
? gustine, St. the great wide verandas we look it would be better to have this separation -I Correspondence Solicited.oooooooooooooooo .
/; I Springs and Winter continue on even after that. ,'
beautiful residences
on K(
cape the pruning knife. many in the midst of The discussion was continued with '
., Plan gems and surrounded by gardens flowers other short talks. I Send for Free Estimate ]
The plan has been
and trees. Dr. W. S. Witherspoon discussed
house postoffice' I "The State Convention and Co-ordin-
state flower, poinsettia, is
I
'p pending in the boarsEndlr'W ated Work." He few items dl
.I now, lasts several months, gave a FOR RENT OR SALE.
$ l tion bill before the beautiful. And it by way of report from the state-<:Q.n- \
r so-called "Holman rule" Great-luscious we see roses l'I I vention and spoke at some length and Five-room plastered house, fur We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. r
tion is in order on an tints with emphasis on the relationships of nished or unfurnished; on good
many are blossoming Contractor Estimates house bills receive attention
bill, provided it reduces ands of trees all over the city the work from the individual schoolto street, good neighborhood; easy on prompt + s
w ,4- A. this i. an insisted ;
economy the world's convention, and terms. Ask Mrs. Summers.Stranger
and leafy we ever
as as }
green
liamentary sharps it all
say that these of the work
in old New York state. parts
in
t July - -- --
come before the house should have due consideration, and
+ The following table the gray Spanish moss hangs each is essential to the best results of '4t7
clings and sways on the breeze Yellow Pine Lumber Co.
plan would affect Florida
"I- long, and fascinates one till the work-to salvation of souls and I

.
think we are I Ip fairyland. Or the building up of Christian charac-

; 1/ Cl and grapefruit are being pick- ter.The
"J" 'iltt' .... ( r. ,, -: R : Hundreds of acres of lettuce is Baptist quartet rendered one are YOU LOOKING for a Phone 195 KUtlmmee, Fla.
,. " .,. '''tI-: I : for the market Many kinds of hymn, the primary department; of the (
i' "" :: Methodist church the
one, representatives -
,4 F are ready to eat. I have FARM.either
'PROMPTNESS
of
b b tomato vines two feet high and the Christian church one, the OUR WATCHWORD
,
Arcadia ,38 I ,i n 1 And cucumber vines with representatives of the Presbyterianchurch
r" Harlow ___ 1.882 11.211 blossoms and small cucumbers on one, and the meeting was closed large or small? If so, ; ;
1trad.nt' J.888 12.144 with "Blest lie the Tie That ,
strawberries
Great fields of are
,, I.ar..at'r 1,171 9H16 Binds," participated in by all.DROWN'S .
Iaytone __ I.IIHZ 21.2.48 to ripen this sixth day of
UeLand. ._ I.HI2 18lir. and the vines go on bearing Ask
I"L M)es 1,481 H.4U months. We four ORCHESTRA. t if
or seven spent
Ft. I'Ieree J.III 10.187 '
a +Oaln'"v'' 1I.1N3 2H.109 .. here last winter and met many Mrs. Summers I The Favorite Store of KitsimmeeTINWARE I. '
Iit Jaxvllle __ 67,699 638,9)7) people and these same friends: R. DeWitt Brown's orchestra of < Nf

ICie.immee Key \Vest ,111,114&2,167 24.070 12.642 now giving us the right hand of local musicians, who participated 608 Penfield St., one block I j j"S

La1s..City r.32(' 111.41s'' ' and welcoming us bark, andI largely, in the musical life of the citylat west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde, lf ln
; Lakeland 3,719 21.11711 I we are fully prepared to. put winter the 2nd avenue west of court- lV
rehearsals
a Miami Live Oak I' 1i.471 3.460 61.6411 IN.37. : few pleasant, restful. months in began again house leading south). T
0..1.. 4,3711 2..23: land of sunshine. this week and are planning to giveconcerts
is Orlando 3H94''' 33,166 . Smceruly! I a little later in the season. I
\ r.latka i,,3,7711''' 23,061, ; MR. and MRS. J. II. BULL, I
.
,
J'.n.a..ln
911.620 : :
.
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Plant (' Co !N.: Y.
2H 1
City 12,606 ''* Ielaw-are
''u Quincy *I S 2n4'' 10.5381 --- -
i Nanford 3.67n'' 19.727 ,, ') )) VISITORS =:. .:SOJ'T: :: FARMERINSURANCE:: /
( Talahassre I lin1.' 211.1166 i That Will
HiV: I'ROPKKTY! : :: : W
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i iC Tarnpa V uehula- 37.752:, 12U: : '' : :::: ::: [;:::: -

q '\'. I' H --I J.1431 24.4H1 ) real estate firm of Breaker and Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency
)' sold two beautiful lots in

Park a few days ago to Mr. Phone 230-3 Dald. SL WEARA
i NEW SCHOOL who is visiting here from the \
Mr. Crafts is /going to build

\} MEMBERS the future property home. and will make this .i

and Barclay also sold re- .
forty acres of land east of '

'4 j, held At Monday a meeting the of year's the Mr.to Fish Mr. Fish expects, of to Washington improve ,this l II. If you ,want rattling good tinware. /,

ti'+ wound up, and on and in general SUPERIOR SERVICE
acres engage this Don't
to store. buy
board met and or COURTEOl1S TREATMENT come tinierware t l
Bronson, and J. B. I
members elected in Nov. \ WHERE )DO YOU LIVE) just because it is cheap. If you::: 'ff c

their terms Tuesday, W. BEST SHOW OF SEASON( I
and Geo. F. Overstreet I dO-It's just j like throwing your:
who attended the t
,1\\ C. Bass, who is the one perform .''

,t left man on for the the board year., was e at the night Graystone witnessed probably casino last the I money away. We can save you' :

; Several matters of show of 'its kind ever given be- article of t tat
on
fore the board. With a Kissimmee audience. The play Fire money every s '
4, children in tha primary a musical comedy entitled "Alma or
the Kisiimmee school I>o You Live!" Every char- '
so crowded that some in the cast is an artist in his '
1 I: sieving this condition is particular line. Mr. Alexander Burglars
KITCHENWARE
therefore W. C. Bass, as Theobald and Miss Celia
H and Geo. F. Overstreet in the title role being 6ti1
I
v I- committee to do pleasing. The unexpected oft m happens.Do i ? fiaour

,, '- decided cary" about that the high matter.school POTATOES not wait until your house is on t store and there are hundreds of the best and most useful Min=i'; f

orchestra instruction : fire or burglars come before thinking [
Protection to select jfrom. All are new goods and some are recent inveation *;
a ed to continue without on the rugged bills of Steu- about Safe Deposit !
tuition County, about 1500 fret above If know anything about of selling know
t charges. Put your valuable in our Fire and you our way you that;

+ ;, arty'The Southport controversy was over ; FREE FROM DIBKABK. Burglar Proof Vault. where you can v. prices,. though low will purchase oaly the-. best and finest the market'
1 rent a Safe Deposit Box for ... '
T ,
< "
ago W. C. ,-. Hardy, Prolific varieties. OlT' + f vAk 'd iT
.era year "
a trtcJU. Send for Cataloaii I
.
;an acre of land there Year .
/f( with the condition KM'SEED POTATO FARM. $2 and $4 per ; )F' .-, 1 ,
,
.h. poses ; ?'
IC used tor that T. AT_ .!_>.. CJewaQN.. .,.. J'I; 't1:' : :
not ES'i
eSt ''' , .rt ASK S our FAVORITE I
"
.1Uf I Si.dof'years it ,would To OsV.' QuIsJiM) To CbII..... "ot, fr- v : ?

'" \ tate., He also ..;. ..... E.1""i \ :.... '1'; \ : 'I \" ,' '_" "' ,'','" .. ,, ... J.-. ",.
.I Jq. t.m Y 'j.\\ .
Arthur .. Ke'Weaver 'I! ;_ ':> ''', ,'''''''' ..
: ( t > ., ,
ti tOthe, school? Qal.lue. atlas T MeM..Spmp...... ; \r.'',,' ... .,..,:;\ ?" ; ..:, _' ., ,; ,
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1 ha not ,been eke 5.5 - Mea.stake .
C.dil
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." .., _' isd 1.,JShool the-t$100 l, I I: .' taI-, sluesLam Deq :: M.NNe_=_ 'f 1L t ra ... -...... ,.r' 'y .. ,)JoiW'i. ,.ri5. .fifMe $'t; ile a slip'' IMi4' 1 1t-; .,,Oscoitr4refrco;: : \, 1I! .PW


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,, f FRIDAY;. JANUARY, :8. :1915: .. _' _THE': KISSIMMEE VALLEY: :GAZETTE .
-
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...o..o..ooo. oo..00004 >: .... f"
Have' :Taken .. 0 .. + t. ,
Germans \
WHEATSOARSTOWARD ' .
WAITING FORNEWTROPPS UNION CENTER. .. The !t'1'
: ,. J .' l .' '.- -*-, -- 0 .. ., 4

> *' War .0.0. . . . ...... . .... ..

':((50.Q9QOQ' .PrisonersVBerlm : '- : SKY Mr.-and"Mrs. Lawson spent Sunday. . 'C E'' "Thomas. t,j ,i

kIF '- X ', .
-- with Mr. and Mrs A..0. Story.
> 'I. : I 1pNurseries' ,
, : ,, ,.Germany' tvi".Wtrele.7;; tans 8,675 officer., of which eighteenare Mf .-Buell'and nephew motored out *? .' -,
War prisoner held in Germany 'cer.e 'al. and 806,290 men J- the t11eciili
London)- from Ktssfmmee Sunday to'.. visit at .
at the end of the year numbered Belgians 612'olficers,I includingthree Chicago,'I1L-On tint trades wheat, the C. II. Funk home. "
S London, n&,1&nd..atelt pews 8,13 officer and 677375 men, ati eord- generals* and 86362 men, and the jumped two arid one-half cent higheVthan Miss- Blanche' Lawson and Mr. 'JoettafYe"'were .... *' v ." "
'available from the western, battlefront British,,492.1Jfficer. and.18,828tnen. ..
Ing to a"summary Issued from bead-, u. '-at the close lall( night mak. de--
entertained at the C. M. giwe.Iinmwditvte
.
( shows, littl.'progress being.made out that the list -Headquartersdeclares the report f
rruarters which points fag ma advance of six cent a bushel a
-
Smith home in honor of Miss Blanche'sbirthday
t b -the- allied forces. and .rather Indi.catea that -GlInn.n'ofl'ieen.d"'UfO! ;.
in
., does not include'civilians interned 1.10. since yesterday-morning.: May wheat S. livery on all sizes of cr..iHP.,
sporadic renewal of the Ger- 700 of 'war in-Russia Sunday January "
a Germany nor the taken dur- mho are prisoners touched $1.37 at the opening. The I
I. 'man offensive in the Argonne and ing the pursuit 0 rrisonera Poland or ia misleading, sine the list, includes price last night war $1.341-2 and at Mr and Mr. A. L. Ober and daughter. fruit' and Orange Trees.t, J'I :

French Flanders. These operations those in'transport; interned civilians.. Probablynot the windup Saturday waa ILSlj Mi.. ,Mable, spent the week-end '
can scarcely be classed as general Of the number the French contrib- more than 15 per cent of the to- visiting with Mr' and Mrs.. Cr N. Our trees have>been budded .,. t
German offensive movement in' the ,uted 3,459 officers including seven tal lire military prisoners, it is de- Sharply higher Liverpool quotation. Funk. '

4, west. such a* is still being conducted generals and 215,965 men; the Rus- clared. and decrease in the European visible Dr. and Mr.. Funk entertained a from selected..fruit bWrinff
1 r which the supply weiVchiefly' influential in causing io
In Poland, but the strength number of their friends last Friday treea.'
German are showing seems to makeit the fresh upturn. evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs..Ober

plain that they have not weakened What the situation Implied to Am- and daughter of Ki slmme.. Delicious

v appreciably their western army by STRUGGLE IN FORMIDABLEIS ericans' not to mention foreign coun- refreshments were served.A We guarantee ever7.f''tre.: :we 1 .
? transfer of troops to the east nor tries, was emphasized by announcement - number of*Onion Center
t l, has the pressure of the allies broken today that leading brands of the funeral services of peopleattended Miss ship to be first-class\nuraery ,

) ,' their grip.. on Belgium and France, flour had been advanced forty cents a Ellison at East Lake Sunday after stock true to'name, "ana!'', 'if : '
from the North sea to Metz.tl" barrel overnight. Good flour was .
TORPEDOEDParis
General Joffre apparently still is WEST VIOLENT quoted at $7 a barrel. noon. properly pet
avoiding a general attack. Exceptfor '
their tactics of feeling out the every tree to grow or tw'/rev/ o ,
ottOOO'O""O" " '
German line by attacks here and Paris, France Violent artillery France.-The British battle- o : CHICHESTER .b PILLS eat i
there, the allies are playing a waiting Formidable which sank in the : BIIAIBS .A. place same without .
conflicts have raged along the entire ship 0 EDISON PREDICTS 0 WI '' *"
tt .t'l= t::: J
game, pending; the time when, with I i battlefront from the sea to the Vosges English channel Friday morning with TWO YEARS OF WAR O 1"1'11 Nt ... .... Y.N _'1Ie '
I'. the assistance of reinforcements they during the past forty-eight hours to the greater part of her crew, was tor- O boo.. sou If you are looking for first-'
..
... .
can deliver a concentrated blow at I almost utter exclusion of infantry. So pedoed off Portsmouth by a German Orange. N. J-Here are a few 0 "I -. .....DI.J-\ _. lath '

., some stragetic point. furious have been the bombardmentsand submarine, according to a report cur- 0 of the New Year's predictions O 1Hl1ll..ND keewe es BeM.HHtNKyeen "-.rl AI' >reSOU a.M ...._.. class nursery stock do not , ; d
f \ Russians Pouring Into Hungary.The rent in Paris. 0 made Thomas A. Edison in O
) the reply of the hostile guns and by an BYDUUCi( EVEKYWiERE to send for our latet catalogue;
still
t r Germans are attempting
0 OO
at such short range that to send the interview: / '
to press forward in Poland, but to the foot into the field of fire at London, England.-Another cutter The war will last two years O which ia for theaskiag..: M.
.' south the Russians have driven the troops O .00. . . . ........... ..... yours ,
of Formidable +
\ any of the various storm centers from the British hattleship more.
Austrians further back-more than the general battle would be suicidal. which was sunk in the English : 0 Germany cannot win. O
; sixty miles in all. It is again reported Moreover, the fields through channel Friday, has reached Limere- I 0 Submarines will not eliminate O ; w
open The C.E.Thomas .
.
'j that the Russians pouring I : ,
are
which the troops might advance have I gis, Dorcestershire, with fifty men, 0 dreadnoughts. 0O TNEJCRAYSTONEN. .. .
\ across the Carpathian mountains into been turned into great seas of mud, bringing the total up to 201. When The United States will run ite,0 tNurseries
,' : :Hungary, causuing the inhabitants to honeycombed with trenches and sap- I the cutter left the Formidable she had O own warships by $15,000,000 of 0O .

flee.Driven pers' tunnels and furrowed and blast- I sixty or more men aboard, but all storage batteries, the contract O : r
,
) out of Servia, the Austrians ed by exploding shells until passage but fifty succumbed to exposure, hav- 0 for which the wizard expects to OO W. TIUUU. Plr 1.6. PCITlt.Q.
I f, nevertheless are again attacking Bel- across' them is almost impossible. ing been in the open boat for some receive this year. OO Bruen-Webb Bldg. I /

I grade. According to a dispatch from I twenty hours in a violent storm. Ammonia will be produced OO Year Round .' I. t' c/
Open TAMPA FLA.STOVE .
:: 'that city four monitors have bombarded Edward master of from the air. OO i I ,
Albert Cooper,
: aim of
it. London, England.-The new
OO
His scheme for utilizing the
Turks Abandon Attack on Egypt. the German armies in central Polandwas arms, one of the survivors, landed at I of O
present wastage 10,000 gallons -
Still exceedingly difficulut to obtain shown clearly today in the official Limeregis, said the storm occurred ; O of benzol daily in this 0O L4

.I:t I any clear, but idea according of the Turukish toe an Athens operations general statement staff at issued Petro by grad the. Marshalvon Russian When between he 3:30:reached and 4:30:the in deck the morning.the ship country American' ;will business be perfected.men will 0 OO 00000000000000..0..0.. . . ......O... ... . .. .
starboard
dispatch the sultan and his court are Hinderberg, finding that his direct had begun to settle on the 0 stop bemoaning: the war and O .
leave attacks on the Bzura are failing side. Boats were launched and remained "
ry preparing to Constantinople, 4.
"get busy.
.:. fearing the early fall of that city. has launched a strong Genera rob- near the ship to pick up the 0 WOOD' ! ;
Some of them -
survivors. were swamped
The attack on Egypt seems to have ably under command of von <<--X- e o00e00oot o0soo.+a+o
t been abandoned indefinitely.With Mackenten: against _Reva and the' by the wreckage.
the full knowledge that vast Russian positions further south with Suffering Terribly from Exposure. R r

i nuumbers of men are being trained in the two-fold purpose of continuingthe The men were scantily clad and suf- No matter what kind of WOOD yon want, w* can supply yon
Warsaw and of relieving fered terribly from the cold during the -
t Germany it is recognized defensive at
here England, must be preparing to meet their the severe pressure under trip to the shore. Two died during: $ PROMPTLY Y in any lenrtns. Our wood b well seasoned and aQ .f it '1

,1 entry into the war. It is agreed that which the Austro-German forces on the 'day and were passed overboard. "
the arrival of the cutter at Lim foes into HEAT. Call 'phone 241-L. ,
the Upon
!' much depends upon the quaulity of the right wing of invading masses
the new formations on both sides. have been operating. eregis: at 11 o'clock last night eighteen
{ The English view is that Britain's died in the boats. I DOWNING' !
g will be the cream of the Policemen heard cries for help and Phone 241-L S. W. :
new troops
i fi i X- going to the beach rescued the men.
sent
1' country, while Germany, having artificialrespiration
that
't* in her finest forces at the outset, 0 TH 11 KM AN CITY.Mr. Some were so far gone ccoo.ooooo .oo oI
was necessary.
}J..j;l must depend for reinforcements upon O 0 1
r those less fit physically. oO-MoOOO
I SURVIVORS' TELL OF EXPLOSION ooooo oooo c o .uooo. .. ........
and !Mrs. W. A. Skinner spent I
i GARRANZA'S' MEN ARE Monday with Stephen Acree and Brixham, Devon, England.Via( A WISE MAN
i
rv family. London.)Survivors of the British .. carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE r

x Mr. A. M. Sensilm was a Sundaycaller battleship Formidable which went to protect hi. property
-DEFEATED AT TAMPICO at Roll Overstreets.Mr. down in the English channel after while he is living and ample LIFE' .
having: struck a mine or having been INSURANCE to protect his family
Harris is building a house on torpedoed by a- German submarine The (simple dignity and rare beauty of in the event of hi. death. II*
El Paso, Texas.-Fighting between his five acres at Thurman City. Friday, have been brought ashore our work will appeal to you whetheryou also Insure his earning capacity
"f Carranzaistas under Gen. Luis Cabal- Mr. L. Jacobs is working "for Mr. here. They relate the warship was contemplate the purchase of a I by taking out an ACCIDENT, '5.I
: lero's division in Tamaulipas and the; Thurman.Mr. struck abaft the magazine. The explosion memorial for tome departed loved one I I HEALTH POLICY. Be on the -o. "
convention troops, is of- terrific but the magazinewas or are interested in the purchase of a '
government and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba were was safe side. w
.t' ficialy reported from Mexico City to calling on Mr. and Mrs. Rives Sunday. not reached. Had that also blownup public monument. I We write all line of INS Jl..
have taken place a short distance west the ship would have foundered with '
Mr. A. M. Sensiba attended the Artistic Memorials ANCE that insure and endure
rj of Tampico, resulting in a victory for dance at Shingle Creek Saturday eve. there being no time to save anybody. I I ,r None but RELIABLE old line con a c
the convention forces. For three days
Mr. Skinner and Mr. Acree spent Marble and GraniteThirty panics In this WAGER
I'i' the troops were in continuous battle Sunday forenoon at Mr. Aliens. COLDS ARE OFTEN MOST SERIOUS D. G.

i. near Ebano, a railroad point near -STOP POSSIBLECOMI'LICATIONS. of experience fits at tosetiefsctarfly. 372 Second Fftwr' CiU_. Bank Bldg, '
e when the The mudhole on Michigan avenue years '
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Tampico, finally greater Klsalmmee Fla.
,
Hundreds si will testify
part of.the Carranz istae l forces fled has been fixed.A. sow I you. pauses to ,- ,, .
doe merit of oar work.
toward Ciudad Villa leaving 282 dead M. Sensiba and R. Wooten were The disregard of a Cold has often .
!IF i '
., on": the field of battle. in Kissimmee Monday on business. brought many a regret. The fact of Writ for prices sod. fnHpiurtli ulns- h... asides ,.

o The occupation Of Saltillo, capital Mrs. Roll Overstreet and daughter Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should of your nquUesBeau''sod we will .......

t. !:of Coahuila, by convention troops sent returned home Sunday.Mr. be warning enough that your system sketch for Ippr ll'.a. Booklet of 4eoIp1'I I

;eastward for Torreon a few day ago, and Mrs. W. Lanier were callers needs immediate attention. Certainly THE CLARK MONUMENT CO. .
has been reported to the military officer Loss of Sleep is most serious. It is a Deed and New_Street .' 1 -'" -' ot
in Thurman City Sunday. &
r of Torreon. General Angeles warning given by Nature. It is a :
Messrs. Abbott'and Dickinson were Jacksonville. Florida of the world ..
commands the convention army. man's duty to himself to assist by
(f The Carranzaistas fled to Monterey. looking after their property in the doing his part. Dr. King's New Discovery B.Udlng deparrnMati laterior...__'.' The'eyes a.
{ city the last of the week is based on a scientific analysisof tfle end stone work. efideatly esorfUd., Ask .
for iaforoistlaa Md .... ... .
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...o..ooo..ooo. ooo ooo Mr. Jacobs has purchased five acres Colds. 50c. at your Druggist. Buya
: : of land at Thurman City. bottle <

0 CAMPBELL. O to-day.- are on the man whoSAVES
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i The orange pickers are busy this '

week' Picking the oranges of E. E.

tr:, Brown s groves. The Big Smashing MidwinterPrice

Mrs. Nancy O'Berry and daughter,
Miss Blanche Nance, are moving toP
-. this city this week from Bartow, Fla.
) Mrs. Carson Reaves spent Tuesdayin s(
Kissimmee. Cut Sale Is NOW On

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'MrClaud: Strickland and family
''moved to this city last week. (

tc.Miss Ola Campbell is home, visiting I I-

s ,I bier Saturday mother, next.but will return to school GET YOUR ROYAL SUIT TODAY PAUSE for a moment, young man, ,

R1 Mr. Stephen Johnson passed away 1 I a thought to self. The

Tuesday afternoon, after a short ill- Last vrerk I told 7oe ke>w I had eaMiKhered] prlr*. .. Mevvsitr of the
4. ness. Mr. Johnson lived to an old age. r ..oat trssiotlsisT > >.( rllrr" tm Ike c.rre.Pall llm,-thlr. cry mrmnom-m problems that confront you now or k:
I .. !. force ..01 .. off ,
r y B* leaves five children to mourn his 11. Tsiris prices sire tlll .F sire Imktmm dvaatasre
( balsa able to rl a ...0'..teed ROYAL TAYLOR SI .'1' .> >.vlHK of '
"'ure loss.Miss I fr.. HMO .. .7._ .. every ..... will a few years hen e. II
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; Eme tine Brown, who had }
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: been clerking in the Dollar Limit I I .............. these fabrlee lust to .tlr .k...>> ao .... keep I kmasovlaar
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and I .01.01 la dol. exactly wkat 1 bad exported to do.Tkeoe
, 0 store, at Kissimmee. hag returned I . salts> are arolac ......-molmf f..t-.d yoa ks-d better ....... la Look about you-the ssen of affair in country state, nation ye*,
.... .. ..
r home to begin school. I cad get yoore while the aortaseat attll larsre.' Here are arleem
,.!;' '.:" y Our Baptist church is nearing com, in the world, are the men who started to save early in fife. a/

:1 'pletion.Prof.' REGULAR VALUE JANUARY PRICE
4 H. P. Belknap returned Saturday := They lane the respect and confidence ., ... cossmnnity. '

+ ,j r O' to open his school Monday. I $16' ; comes in two $ 12.00 '

'. 1 Everyone welcomed our teacher back fabrics; now _._ Then look on the ether side-at the fellows who spend aD they .

")L"r \ ,.and U the children were glad to seeschool $18.00 to $22; comes in nine
," open again. fabrics; now '$ .\J\J personality reflect T

'i One. of the lessons we ought to $22.04 to $25; comes in nine 1 .w .._
,"r+ .,'' learn as life goes on is the foolishness fabrics; now $ I 1.50 A dollar or so deposited in tits bank will be tW "
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";. of hasty judgment. 25.00 to $30; conies in sixteen nnclen of an konorable, independent career. .
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10 CENT '"CASCARETS- fabrics; now __ _____ $21.00 Make your beginning now-tHa,. Year '.
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..:" IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE bank book will the
", $30.00; comes in eleven pave way. J
$25 .50 -
I l \:' fabrics; now _________________________ "
t: For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
t ,
;" .0faggjUli: Liver and BowelsrrThey 32.00 to $35; conies in f our $2'1 .50

1'r'. work while you .sleep.Y r fabrics. ; now -.____________ Slate Bank

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,E'ltlrred I I have also eat t. arlec of every other la the boas e
Bad "&ate. Indigestion .... ,
Tongue,
...t will root yow all Ease A oalt will eoat yoa ooJy SzaJMt.:
'. _) I Sallow Skin and Miserable Headinches A .S..n. wit will eaat yoa ..1,. ."... All tkoao sjarascBta. .- .... t..t .4'
4 w com from a torpid liver, and 'yowr aeeaasiro aad y-.ka e a learal rvaraatev.with oaeb g.r-.... Casola of Kissimmee '
'*; aad talk It o-rer all I aak. ,
', 'clogged bowels, which cause your l d
,f,, stomach"""to beeom. filled with undigested -. ", ,
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With Each Suite
\,\ 1< "1 food, which sours and ferments a .. ,,? Three Mouths Free Pressing Capital stock ...._------_------_____._100.000.01,'bl t 2'

t Dke garbage in n swill barrel. That' (' Rsoaejrcw. ...r __..__"-r.Tr-r:........_...-___.,4oo o- ,
,, '.J- -t"th.# first step:-to untold misery-Indlfcestion : ; : \ The Royal Tailor ... ,- 1t,
,'"" '" foul bad breath yellow Offkm sad Directs .ri ,#"-v- V, :,
; > gases, I "rf> .< ;. ? /y

.:' >i,t::it"ikiD. horrible,;( Dtaln and nauseating/, everything Cascaret::that is -D ift1i. 'I""I. E' : "1. a Phone 61 .. C. A. CARSON. Rat., J.; M.LEE." :.V..os. Pros ..

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., tonight will 4Tonr : constipated j't" W15 >' M.'KATZ. 2nd Vico. Preut. tr'" : 'NIt
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)i/bowels .*/ thorough',"-cleansing:" nnd \ [ \t' B oafw\( "" ,' \ \ '
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r'A. :4.-:. THE K1S3IMMEE '''VALLEY GAZETTE : 'FRIDAT: JANUARY :''E, 'HIS: : ,#&
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cif. The '''Kissimmee Valley Gazette '.. '5 :-PLANTERS." ,- '. 'TRANSPOSITIONS. .'o :' ;,,11
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: Co.Op'erah'on.OfFor.' m ., J-_ ( - J', '.
t 'r and, By ':.The ''Florida Metropolis 'adviaes In each line the words-in:the blanks> ,

a. UBI4BHED"7 BVERT'FRinAT.KI88IMMEK. O8CBOLA OFFICHJ'COUNTY IK VALLEY FLORIDA GAZETTE' BUILDING Partners "plantln.:more "rien,: Another paper are of the'same letters. -. : .:"\i
The .
j 1.-He and his -;. make a"good ...... :
lays plant more tourista. The Valley
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Gazette i .2*- Some- peoplethe1: :..danger. !
of Kiairmmee
; '!!. HARRIS e ,. .. _ OWMTCB8CRIPTION : with ."plant more homeieeker follow. ,this" The tip others v.' .." ..
: 'r -- BY CORDON NYE. Cltarwatr'Sun' advisee a more cir :3.-Tha valley"was ,_ lovely= !

.. __ '_ __ : everything wa so , .,
RATES One cop, one y eat. -- -- - ? .----_..HUOn eumllpeet 0"' the W. !
ua.
t' copy." ala months..._.,..._-_,.... One copy three month......... arts Last week' issue of. the Valley; Gazette carried a story'of"a new co-opera. are ,re lnded ofa expression.lady at a i ......The luggage was so old.-5theTrr. ,: :i4t'

; eAU I- tive society which propose to organize the -farmers of the state into a compact, boarding tchooL Her young father: was an had to IIOme of it5.I v; .

t '" communications, except from 'our authorised. corr.apond.nta, must b* co-operative, democratically managed organization. i undertaker and not being proud of. the hope lightning will not the' '-. ." !.
,. th writer. .
"'tan.d br buildin .
'' Rejected matter will not b* returned unless called for. If this organization can put into effect the plans as outlined in it* proposed''' undertaking which he was engaged .-. i. 1.
--- - she told inquiring person. that he wasa ORDER OF PV8LICATIOK. : .
,
charter it will much for the .
mean farmer of this state. .
"southern .
Let this y..
Poitoffloe In Kla.lrnm.. Florida. es eeoond-cle matter.) planter. planting -
.. Enter-red Mr. Average Farmer is about the worst paid workman in the ; business be misunderstood we I. ('leastCerro State .( Fl.dd..;. rr '. '
--- ------ country suggestthat
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II.".... ..." .1.1 flivalt. O.eeNa .
,. .... FRIDAY; JANUARY 8, 1915 today. Government statistics show that he gets less out of his work. In the our enthusiastic .contempo .....t" (r"\'
ty raries desist.-Orlando Reporter-Star. !. t h... .r". .t' '
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than his hired
J long run. man. At the same time nobody works harder than o Kale Yates Complainant W

I he does. From one years' end to the other he toils in the sweat of his brow WANTEDA.VOLUNTEER.. vs.Henry -4; ;

r ) Blue Sky Not Much I to (feed the world and almost all he gets out bf it is a bare living and:; a chance I Yates. Defendant. !

r to pay taxes. Probably there will appear no news- the It Mil appearing nerd In by the affidavit above-stated appended cause to ::iJI"I !

I I Now. nobody is more to blame for this state of( affairs than Mr. Average: I paper ilized" man daily to newspaper undertake publicatlon.I that "ster-.- i I, that In named Henry l. ,Is Yates.a nonresident th" defendant of the ther.-.tat- -I.; t 0i?,! :

When newspaper gives you a lot of free advertising in order to boom I Farmer himself. The profits arising from his productive toil pass into the I I Arcadia Daily New I I I of ham.Florida Irmly and euunty.Is a resident state of of Georgia WhlK-, .'s, ;\"

J aome concert or entertainment in which you are interested keep track of the )hands, of( others who do not produce, but just gamble and speculate in whit MORE ABOUT 1 over the age of twenty-one yeah; It < .1

lines that are printed week by week and multiply that number by the regular I the (farmer produces.And TRAMPS.The i I' dent,Is therefore defendant ordered he and that Is said hereby nonrisl-required ';'':,-.f",

advertising rates of( I lie paper. Compare the results with the actual money why is thin ? KisRimmee Valley Gazette editor 1 filed to. appear In said to cause the on bill or of before complaint aMnnday 'i :

> I value of any (favor that you get from any other business concern. Then Well one reason is that when Mr. Farmer buys the necessities of life argues the question like a man ] the I h' day ..>f March A. D. '. ? -)
I he finds the prices set for him by a combination.He who has at some time been out of a''', 19Ui. ..olherwlni. Ihe allegations of said '
o take into consideration the (fact that advertising and circulation the only confessed by said -
are lie taken
job.-Arcadia Daily News. !j I.Ill will an
cannot buy a nail today, or a hammer to drive it with a pair of shoe, ,: :.
two things that a newspaper has to sell. Now in these days of( higher prices, or a bag of fertilizer, grain or flour a can of oil or a pound of sugar without Comment-The editor of the Valley i defendantIt Is further ordered that this order '

how much do you think it ought to give away ? paying taxes to the trust. Gazette is in the same boat as all .1 I be published onto a the week Klsslmtnee for four Valley consecutive ,
weeks In ". ,
While the wealth of the country Is pouring into the pockets of a few other editors who are not owners. Ilaa.'tte. a newspaper published 111
y tremendously] rich men who believe in co-operation and who are applying the He is employed whenever a publisher said county and state. .

$1 'Gotcha / I I principle in their business for all its worth, census statistics show that the sees fit to give him a job. Fortun- Circuit This January Court Seal the )7th. A. D., ISIS. ,

number of mortgaged and rented farms is constantly increasing. Why ? ately, he is in harness most of the I J. I.. OVBRSTRERT.: .

dl The answer is so plain that you can see it yourself. Almost everythingyou time. However, this does not prevent/ Clerk Circuit Court. { ".

Brevity may or may not be the "soul of wit." but there is no question have to have in order to live, is away up in price. The trusts gain him from studying and discussing social -! (I. F Solicitor KH1BHH.for Complainant. S-4t J. ;f I

s' ; in regard to brevity being the soul of conversation nowadays. The aim of because you lose. The trusts are organized. They control the rawproduct, problems. I ,
the finished article and the distribution of it. believe in -< -,
They cooperation.They
the ". ..t. Judicial
the conversationalist is all and there I. Clre.lt Coast for -
up-to-the-second to cut corners get in l let Mr. Farmer have the competition while they take the profits! I HOBOES AND "DODO." I .
M the. shortest possible time. The trusts are making huge profits .be ause' they control'their'' products We have been advised Had for OMeeol. (*...'''. '

In days of yore a man was polite under all circumstance, no matter and because they have eliminated waste. The men who control the trusts the editor of the recently Orlando Sentinel that is I. 1 ks.cery.Dill le <|ol*< Title.

r Mat how much time it consumed. Then he would say. "My dear sir I desire know that combine and co-operate means power multiplied manyfold. a dodo" editor, and in this hard Lydia Huller Complainant,
When their have times the
ten men pool they and
that understand thoroughly that I comprehend (fully/ and in all detail money many power oppor- earned title perhaps the hoboes will vs.
you tunity they would have as individuals. In this age of railroads arid machineryand Charles. H. Campbell. Anna D. Babbit.HoberfC .
concur. Arcadia News.
the information you are endeavoring to impart to me etc.. etc. the rapid production of everything we need the entire world is now our -4-Daily Denny. Walter B. J>enny.

alt, Now he says "Gotcha! market and it is necessary for men to organize with the idea of cooperatingalong NEV$R BOTHER KISSIMMEE.The Julia, respondent Penny, all, being of the descendants aforesaid parties and-
the lines of least resistance no matter what their business may be- heirs at law uf Charles U. Campbell

manufacturer, merchant or farmer-thus simplifying production, eliminatingwaste writer in the Gazette at Kis- deeeaaed..I and all other. parties claimIng :
Interests In the lands In this Bill
.f V producing more in a certain time at a greater profit. aimmee has some very excellent described under the said 1 Charles O.
t Farmers WarnedThe I All of the big business men of the nation have learned this important ideas on the question of the unemployed Campbell, 'deceased or otherwise; and

economic lesson and are putting it into effect, despite the foolish attempt but we are not going to bea Emma K H (Campbell sole surviving
devlsee of C !S Hart de-ceased. Re
made on the part of politicians to "bust the trusts." In nearly every line of competitor in Kissimmee's bid for spondentsOltDKH -

national department of( agriculture is sending out warnings against business the policy of combination is silently being put into effect. Every i the tramps and hoboes that are find-
body is combining and o-operating-but the farmer! 'ing their into this state. Just OK IM HI.I-TATIOJV.
way
fake rural credit schemes which it is stated on the authority of( the department Yet the farmers know that the take 'em all ..
brother for
life and comforts of tens of millions of 'yer are To All Whom Jr May Concern:
; are being promoted in various; parts of( the United States to catch the unwary people off the farms depend upon their products but up to now they have welcome to 'em-Arcadia Daily News. It appearing. . from the sworn Bill of

t and needy farmer. ... --. .. had absolutely] nothing to say about the price that should be paid for - --+- -- .C-miiplitlnt ni-il tntt-rfHted In thin cftUBf.In the that property thereIr'
pnuns|
3'' F The plans as outlined by the department is (for the credit to'' these product FLORIDA IS PROSPEROUS.As ln\ ..Ited) In t hi* Cult other than. th.known .
company Why this difference between his selling, and the other man's soiling ? Ites pondeMe. and that theni -
tj lend a farmer $1.000 which he is to repay al the rate of $10 a month with Between his buying and the other man's buying ? Why ? matters now stand Florida is mi H "i f suh p*'rHonn HO Interested
Hi'- unknown tn the Complainant ; and
interest at three per cent. The payment of the installments/ begin at soon as Thin is the difference : The men the farmer Hells to, and buy from are the most prosperous state in the union. that r,'II.-f IM pruvtMl. In aft Id Bill of
organized./ Down the line somewhere the prices are agreed and thefarmer But think of what she might be if Com..1,1"1 HKiilnKt nui'h unknown He
the contract is signed but there is nothing in the contract to fix the time when upon .
finds it to and Hell] such she produced all the pickles, preserves IpOIHlflltN.K
r1. the necessary buy at prices. For instance whenhe N ih f for, or the loan shall be made. The (farmer is in of constantly payingout
s+ put position sells his grain:, the prices are decided by the Chicago board of trade, or canned goods corn, oats, rice, hay pn. III f< H ,'Intml I ,, u n n Internet tn and to
FFi es his money with the hope of( getting a loan when the company is ready to i other large ('.center or if the country is exporting, the price is largely fixed at eggs sugar syrup, etc., that her the illti\vlnic" described property, dlt-
r What tremendous unt.1, in UHCount" 1' of < )..r.*ola] and
people consume.
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make it. Liverpool. If he sells livestock, the prices are derided by the Chicago stock St.il- '<"-f "riortd] to-wlt
yards.. If it is butter or the lire made by butter amount of money we waste every
eggs: prices some or egg , .
I..I( I'o.r Block "A" of W. A.
The department stales that these companies are operating without capital' hoard in the city where the local buyer ships. When the farmer sells any year. Our annual bill for imported "rntrl, )It and .1 I' HuKlx-y'B Addition

x w and are making loans out of the installments/ collected from (farmers. The thing the local buyer waits each day for word from "the markets" and butter beef booze and benzine buggies :- 10 Il.' town "f KtsHlmmoe City O.- ,

ultimate collapse of such a plan is apparent. The scheme boiled down is to when he gels the word from the market each morning he tells Mr. FarmerIthe would bankrupt any other country < ). i..1 l ,"Cl.it](',unit of Mtidddltlon Klorldn nrt'oriltnK on file In toth. > _.

t. the deposits of( (farmers without interest and lend them their own I price and he always makes the price low enough to protect his house incase in the world.-A Arcadia Enterprise the ..fTi,<", "f th. Clerk of the Clr- f .
accept money ,
( the "market" should suddenly drop. < nit' emir t for orange County. ofw
'::5 three A word to the wise is not only .sufficient hi:: h rnld) ] ,Ctitintv: the ,old: mndaiii ,
good security at cent. a I
; on per year. The same thing is true when Mr. Farmer goes to buy. There he a
I goes up : it is altogether too much. \\ HI Miiijl il I,1. uf tiling >Bald I'Int. :
1 v against manufacturers' and merchants' associations hankers' associations! - - .1 ,part ..dot l i .l ,l l\ lag In the Bout, h.IK ,
r etc., without end. Everybody the farmer deals with tells him the price, the OllltKH I>K I'l 151.15'ATll.\{. . quu| ; it .i.f the, H..ull."t 'iuar11 .
interest or the wages he has to pay. Everybody is organized but the farmer! I r..r SIM II Ion" Tv\ nttin of Ti.wnnhlp -
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To All Whom II Mav ( .n.rn TV mil-tit\ South. )InnteTwliltcane ,
I The Public Defender I Everybody; is co-operating but the farmer. Verily] the farmer is the "goat"There It .appearing. hv affidavit app ndeil I I , }:nil of Tallaha..e.t.I.nn" .\
l $ have been many attempts made in the past to organize the farmers. ., the HIM flied In the nbo\e flat, d \ k Many of these. attempts, have failed and just why they have failed is clearlyset ( HtiKithat' the Io efmlnntH.' ,'hunts.i .. ItCampbell. appiHr to Hi. Complainant'. ** HIM of ..
!Mra Anna l I' Rabbit Rob 11C
Complaint. h..r.ln Ned on or before the '
forth in a recent speech delivered] by C. B. Lozier who is the president of 1 Benny Walter R I Il end 1 Julia "," '"
Defender the considerationof it-nny 7th dot of \.rll. A 1 P. 1915. elite thefn1d .
The Public ( movement is truly worthy of |
one the Farmers' Society of Equity. Herewith of Penny ems Kmnm ,K H Campbell. .
we republish a part this speech; Mill will' !I" taken an ennfes.ed.A :..,
all who claim to possess the slightest sense of human justice. therein named are rintinNl if the it is I once
Today, producer gets good prices not because of anything / ;
}( ; "a The public defender will mean that the throbbing of the heart of the and renld urn of ah of naldIteapnndentn. w elronnorullvr week In th. Val- ""J 1
he has done but because the crops are short. When a crop is large In until affidavit .. ate
being given ,
1 y money-thorn and down-trodden sinner will be considerably lightened. HeY l to.\ 1I1t..tt. a 'newspaper published In
i which is when the producer should] have his good profit the dictum of aa follows: HII id County of Oecela> ) State of Flor'f I
i* will rest in 'the knowledge that ample opportunity will be granted him to be boards of trade produce and cotton exchanges, and the packing houses Charles: B. Campbell. --- - Ida' ..,..lor general) circulation In said .i,'"
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tf t: > beard in"his defense ; that his case will be handled not by .inexperienced, is a law from which there is no appeal. Bountiful crops should be a I Colorado>. Babbit.SprlnKH.280 Broadway.Pole ; :Mrs New Anna York County: WltiifKH W.ne.'k';; .'Y

c \ ju.t-out-of-school, or any available attorney at hand-but by one who can blessing to the producer but too often they prove a veritable disaster. City ; Robert C. Dennv FarandaleAve. p erk i . . '
While there are thousands of farm organizations they lack the abilityto .. Bloomfield] N. J.?; Walter H. name aa Clerk thereof and the official "I;
r r A Iavo.ably compare a* to ability and experience with the prosecuting attorney: work in such unison as will produce definite results. They unableto Denny. ISO Woodlawn Ave.. Oberlln seal of said Circuit Court, this the 4th ys'day
are
r.. that he will be represented by one elected to the office to serve him. O.; Julia Denny, 161 Speedwell" Avp. of January A DeL 1116.* ,. .'.'
grasp the whole situation, or any one of them its part, because of the Morrlstown. N. J. ; Emma F. K. Camp- (.Official. Seal Circuit Court.) .
v Lo Angeles has paved the way for the public defender. She has had lack of knowledge of supply and demand and ability to bring them bell, . . .. .. Morrlstown. N. J. J. U. OVffiRSTRBHT. t 'if

::one 'since last January. The innovation ha proven a success there and together without violence to either-the lack of team work. and It further appearing by affidavit JOHNSTON A QARRETT Clerk :Circuit Court ") > 1.

't instead of incurring expense! to the commonwealth he has saved time as well So, no matter how large the membership of a local association or that unknown the ages; of the said RespondentsIs Solicitors for Complainant. t--lit: r'. "1; .
( how many of them are: affiliated in a district, or how intelligent the It la, therefore, ordered. That th- '4.
w .money. officers are, the fact that other committees and districts producing the nald nonresident. KeapondVntH het .111 IM Circuit Co far I for the Hrvrial .... ....._ . ''i:( r
Q > The public defender savors of a trend in our social J life which is highly same" crops compete with them for the same markets makes their most above named .b. .,and they are hen I bv Ireutt of the ,*,.<. of FloriSa p
required to b and R"I"'d" to 1I- Rill I. ..d for O.reol. ('0...".
1 humanitarian. intelligent work almost impotent. of Complaint,. filed In said cauHt* on or In 4 ........r". t. r i
Complete redemption from these conditions not be and it before Monday the tat day of Mai h,
F Up. therefore and boost for the public defender. His motive is grand. may near A I> 191R oth.-rw live the all..".nt I..IIHof Hill t. tulel Title. ':
; It will give the poor man a chance in the courts. may be nearer than any of us suppose. I believe it must come. And said Iflll will I... taKn "H tonftHHt'tll India, Hutlf-r. Complainant. t I ?"
when it does come it must through federation of the .
come a present >y aald RfMpomlntMIt va.Chnrb'H ,
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.......... ',- ' .;_.?...... MM farmers' associations-national, district and local-to take care of one .Is further ordered thai thla ord>r H Campbell Anna D. Rabbits ".'
.' problem I certain that there le published once a week to, four conBecutlve Robert am enough producersin
only-marketin are weeks In the Valley. Oaxette. Julia lx-nny I all of the aforesaid par- .
the present organization now to control enough grain livestock fruit a newspaper publtnlifd \III\ nal'ld l us...>OH| "IfH. Respondent being descendant .; ., ;
/ Russian War I vegetables, cotton, dairy product etc., which, if they will federate to i'ounty. State of Florida and I hdra at law of Charles O. Camp- \
I Song market as a unit our system of marketing can be revolutionized in a This the 8thlay of Janunr\ \ l I' t I.. II. ,deceased and all other parties- \ }'
1915. > lalmltiK Interest In the lands In this
short time. Official Sal Circuit 'out t 'till described under the said Charles ;:+*.
To accomplish this is a difficult task. Co-operation means united J. I I. OVKRSTRKKT.:: : tI Campbell deceased or otherwise; i''
t I Up: to Migulinskaia come a Russian bold one day action and true co-operation, in the sense in which it is used in this Cierk <'lrt-ult Court and l Km ma K R Campbell solo sur .<*.
ry JOH NST<>N & (Altln KTT. vl\ln devae! of C H. Hart deceased.RfHpondents. .\,/
''s And the streets were paved with gold so everyone was gay. connection means united action for the benefit of all concerned-the Solicitors for Complainant. 3-4t 'yMACHINERY ,I ,

,. I Ii Singing songs of Sarpukhow and of( Kaminlets Podolsk producer as well as the consumer. ..{/. "I
which involves financial risk and financial
Co-operation responsibilityhas .
'?, Y..t G Till Ivano itch ,got excited, and his voice could not be stobst. never proved successful. when_ based on fraternal. agreements alone. ,, :"> :

P To succeed in any business enterprise which requires the concerted actionof

t I "" It's Ivanovo-Vosnesensk individuals of different training and different temperament, there
q. + f"r ," >* a long way to '
r must be a common bond of union of sufficient importance to give thema ; ,
I fIn It's a long way to go; ..- PRINTING
common interest. This can be secured in the business world only
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..,.... It's Ivanovo-Vosnesensk .. .
fat a long way to through a money consideration. In order therefore, that cooperativeaction .

i j I ; .4 'Yo To the sweetest girl I know; involving the growing, handling, transportation and sale of "

>a rf ''r' Goodbye Ekaterinodar. perishable products may be successful! it must carry a financial obliga- t. .
'. e 4 I tion sufficient to command the interest of the cooperators.All )
; I Farewell Zhitonveer
yea
Y It's a long way to Ivanovo-Vosnesensk of which is fine but doesn't go far enough. There is no good reason 4
k f why the farmers of this state should not control and market their crops, but 'J
So I'll/ here.
right :
; slay they should aim also to provide their own fertilizing plants establish canning FOR SALE .. )

4r; { .i factories to take care of the surplus which now goes to waste, operate their ;

4 *" Just try this over sometime-as a vocal selection it's all to the merry. own crate factories, provide pre-cooling plants, warehouses, cold storage .;t"1"
( I plants and in such other lines be operated co-operatively for '"
_ i engage as can ..... ' ,

the benefit of all. I :... ..' >,. ;
This would eliminate waste and useless competition; it would give the '_. 1
n + y I. A Boy Did This I farmer the collective power to resist exploitation. Under the system of On account of the consolidation of the Valley Gazette and the :'. ;{

... h individual resistance as now practiced and which is nothing more than Osceola Journal w* offer for sale the following: .' .:'; s::.
'" t "useless yelling about being robbed," the farmers' product is being nearly all ,

"'J' '. A world' record (for corn raising belongs to Walter L. Deenson. an seized 'by those who own the essentials of distribution-by those who dealin M

tf in his early teens. Last this boy raised 232 bushels and distribute the things the farmer produces. The farmer can expect no 1 Intertype Typesetting MachinePractically' :'"
i .' 1 Alabama boy. yet year relief until he himself becomes not only a scientific producer, but a businessman : ;

:+ ', .'"f of corn on a single acre of land which is the largest yield per acre ever II who will market his own crops through his ownwarehousea located: lit! New-Extra "
Magazines
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the distributing centers at the north.
great ,
'lii hi recorded. This remarkable record was made by an ordinary boy and onordinary
As ( i The men who are urging this co-operation among the farmers, in conjunction '. .
."' ,,' landHe became interested in corn raising and studied into the with the scientists who are daily creating new mircles in. the field kt,

. i of agriculture are unconsciously bringing' closer the day when a co-operative 1 Book and Job Campbell Press f
: kind and of( fertilizers and cultivation. Asa
; : matter of the proper use proper system in almost complete control over its environment will secure to each ". ',

i r : '1 result of putting his knowledge to practical use he has raised 232 bushelsof of its members a better, fuller life tha* man has ever known before. This machine k .large ea..,. for six column quarto paper and b .t'" ,"( ', f'.r

j The co-operative plan-as outlined ia the Valley Gazette is worth careful i the same-press the Valley Gazette is i new being printed on. .I : ;':< i
: world.
\ the of the I ii
''1 f:\ ) corn on one acre of land thereby winning championship study. The farmers can be free and independent, but they never will be i ".J.. {) \
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'r. ., t What: Walter L Deenson has done serves to show what a common everyday until they themselves use their co-operative power to strike off the shacklesof :. $

r, e t., enfe-and-out boy can do if he is \given the chance. There are thousands of this eighteenth age of century invention individual, co-operation: competitive and rapid-fire methods production.which have rib placeIn I 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher (New)J j, ;...3;; :tJ i

&; 'ambitious boy on the rich farms of this state who never know what it i. i .t.\. ..11.. '- 1"" 'J

&\ 'to be encouraged to' take an interest in agriculture and stockraising. If 1 33-inch Diamond Paper Cutter :; ''f.
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ku I Somebody's Pay I
',>nmpleae plant and cultivate a circa would not be able to turn their . We aba. Ian aaeemachinery zed eaarpmeat fir sale.. If JM are*' :: : L iv 4

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,"Farm products cost more 'than they'used to, I I: ....; \ .:.. S 1r.\; J 1J. ,.;; 'T; .1
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t' '?<,FRIDAY' '; JANUARY 'des' 1915. :THE',:[ ' '.. '_ VALLET' :GAZETTE ., /, ,r fACI< f.THfe ,.... Wl

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dSSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE :en;'.. Beij'boxes for.sale 't bea p"' '(.Torn 'B.; 'Turner* of' San >Francisco, "TROUBLE.' ''I I, ANMCAI. astlnt: I5O: .toetr: .Pees Cored'lM 6'" to. 11. l'. : .f: -
The annual meeting ot the ...... ." ,..'
Osceola Lumber A :Furniture Co. 29-tf CaL who'states that be-Is 1 who eur Y_r d.--le *urveered "
"
; walking The man bare mm auto ,
XTeUyhoae No. _1.)1' ,> holders of-the Slate'>Bank of KlMlra- __ ..,, 'I'.' "
h. asst
., /'' I.. :: ""'W,'K.:.. Bliuie''as orlU4oi"was'here from.that"city to*.Tamp'on;,av.wager But drat the prIce must borrgwq: mee 'Will be held at the office In ,the OIRTIIJdl'l'mtai..atarrner.a.sg......"" :! F '. ''iI
.Pobllsbed ; In, Will nevertravel v.ry far aid bank In (be town ot KUalmmee enThursday .... sab4 '.
J' Every Friday By of $5,000, was Kissimmee one day .' The arat* / '
> oh business-thiswelC + Before aeT.eotefrith sorrow .
:
J1.. ", w. .. r...... ,, >his week.: Turner say tie Is.:a drug ,; ......, 1 T. A.'Gasktns: of Bartow, was here gist by, profession. and, that heI\t,has His'punl.11Im..begins Indeed ,? "nt" C.'Af. CARSON President. 1 ---T"" .'.....
.' oi'business Monday,; ;J.* / "t< until',the ,first of ,February to,complete . When It la his d..lre. ' "M..KATZ. Becr.tarifcCsna SAVE ODDBITS"OP"80AP\:; ; ' ,'. ,

:. :J. 'A,' Blackwell.. ofSt.C1oud'WU'; ) hiss journey.. _; To And show.rBlooerr his friend geesa a bit tire'of speed, J a 'bowl( or box 'In' a''eonvpi.yif.Keep' : '.

1 i : I in 'the dty,Wednesday : of' Mississippi xwTodnaTStowa" ,Telecram.. DM SMM. Otknr u--011ea't furs; lent place'.nd throw In slhthe'odPts'and ,7 ,
I Weather 'Evangelist'Lewis, : . ; ;
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fi ; Report : ; fVf. Hi ,Walker; -of'. Baeeengerwee. who made many friends' her 'while And,wh.n.' begot,. some'. friends.'way, Tlw are wont eared e by*>* -- ' tn the city this week: out *s AnUffvOa Unlive oa.it Nlt ewupals been.collected I'I' ;,
, conducting: a :revival for the Laymen's To some far sylvan seen.HI. quantity baa o.wv
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r. .
.;.'. ," .,. .- Mr, and'Mr ,L. :Ba i 8,'ef Whittier, union few months will be a .*giadnee. le all put to tout Heale. 1M a, tLS. Ise,Toe,11A1 water to 'a jelly. Set: ...ide.to" ,fool.M \4 <+

: '*;.-. Following,,:are,daily,temperatures'and.precipitation- Malted In the::city t ,early' In theweek.Mr. visitor in the* city, over Sunda"; and By: lack ot gasoline Houston Post. The wont feature about 'naiUng'alie It U ready for'u... '. T. ,i?: I-
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. : I !' ,' ;: Frank Estey has 'returned from will conduct the laymen's. Sunday ia that to -, '
. ; ; You mar be right In what you Wrote. you are apt hammer r. .... .
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:: Government t business trip to Michigan. meeting. j 'Of trouble .therv'e a herd; your fingers. THICK, GLOSSY HAIR : > J.
I "t. \reported by' '
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; ; | ; But boys, they'll never t DANDRUFF (i'
c t my fo FREE: FROM >
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.. < < station at Kissimnaee for.the Mis 'Marie Huddleston Visited in Mr.. and Mrs. ,C. L. Bandy, Mr. I'm conn c.t a Ford) ; ( .
\ Orlando "Sunday. ''' Gregory' and E. A. Gilbert, occupying ,1. ,
i I; week ending,'January" : Miss Louise- Thomason is at home the Bandy car, A. S. Gilbert and family CHURCH IS PUT ONLABOR'S FOR A LEEXCHANGE Girls! .Try HIHair' gab aoft. Huffy ian.
Y ....beautiful Get 25 cent
it. and J. R. 'Gilbert and family, all a \
:,. __ .... __ again after visiting friends at near 'UNFAIR' LIST .
. Friday 63 61 by point during the holidays. motored to Orlando Sunday and spenta OR bottl. of Danderine.. _. ,
Saturday _. 65 42 part pf the day in that city. l''
-- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker, of Bassenger San Jose.-The First Congregational -' for heavy hair that ts-'
If care g : .
) __ i.70: 39 : you
,. Sunday
were visiting In the city this ,R
church will appear on the "We ten with beauty and is radiant with ', -e "
;t' Monday -_ __ __74 61 week. Petition to Suspend Don't Patronize" list of union labor in A beautiful>> Michigan home, 1S> life: ha an incomparable softness and iU ?

;;, Tuesday -- -JIZ 69 Among the out-of-state vistors in its official publications hereafter. The acres, combination fruit and stock fluffy and lustrous,.try-Dandprine'P; ' r -n >j
'i Wednesday -80 63 the city,thll week was R. M. Daniels, City OrdinanceWe church was declared unfair at a meeting farm; between 40 and 50 acre fruit Just one application double the' any

I'.. I Thursday, __ ___76 66 ..25illllll I of Knoxville, Tenn. of the building trades council.W. mostly grapes this year' crop was : beauty of your heir, betide it immeidiately ,
r Mrs. Anna Johnson and daughter, G. Mathewson, business agent of over 40,000 baskets of grapes beeldea I dissolve every particle. of'

........................ of St. Cloud, were registered at the undersigned residents of the building trades, told the members apple, cherries, pinna and strawberries .. dandruff. You can not have ,nice..'" IfV
Manhattan this Week.J. Kissimmee, believe that the ordinance that he called up the Rev. W. W. Wil- hay, pasture and timber land. A heavy, healthy hair if yon-,;have. I
\:, f1+IN+Fu 1r F. O'Berry left this week for the which charges legitimate traveling liard, pastor of the church, and asked beautiful trout stream running dandruff. This destructive scurf rob.,

Miami district, where he has a sixty- theatrical companies (too large to him i if he knew a painter employedon throughout the farm; three lakes cloae the hair of it* lustre, its strength and 4, dl

r j : THE LOCAL FIELD : j jW. acre field of tomatoes in cultivation.A. stage in a local theater) a $500 license the church building" was a non- by; three good towns within' three Its very life, and if not overcome it- ,1.. i iIT
I fee, is unfair and discriminatory union man. "I do, said Wtlliard. and one-half mllea. Also forty acre produce. a f everishness and itching of
D. Page, W. R. Burrows and K. and that it should be repealed, or "Doesn't it make any difference to with twelve acres young vineyard.E. \ the scalp the hair root famish .a >r"
McPherson of Newark, N. J., have changed as to eliminate this unfair you?" asked Mathewson."No loosen and die: then the hair fall out t "

4 " ,1,11,11111111111111 been in Kissimmee on a prospectingtrip part of it. ," replied Williard. F. Prindle fast. get: a 26-cent bottle of r; .
this week.A. Surer
Brokaw with Broth- We further believe that the Starnes from any drug" .r
art the H. tree Griffing 40-tf B. Gaston and wife, Mrs. Y. E. Stock company of forty-eight players KILL PIGEONS; ARECARRIERS 1-41 LAWTON, MICH. store and Just try It. :.'"*?
people. .
Vogt and Oscar Pounder, of Cassa- should be granted a day license OF GERMS i I

r J. W. Thompson spent Tuesday in daga, Fla., were visitors in the city so as to enable them to stage their ....
St. Cloud on business. this week. I inside the city limits. Boswell, Ind.-Wednesday, Novem- yi
performance ber 4, last, was pigeon day in the '" ,t ; .
Dr. W. L. Winn was in Tampa the Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clark, of West
first of the week on business. Branch, Mich., arrived this week to JOE SEARS, several surrounding counties. Everyman :
and boy who could get' a shotgun i
6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case spend the winter in Kissimmee andre Congressman-Elect. assisted in the exterminating of : !
F. O'BRIEN
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. guests at the Manhattan hotel. H. CLOSING OUTSALE
H. E. BRYAN the pigeons, which are said to be the
I''. H. E. Bailey spent Sunday at Lake- W. A. Drawdy, R. V. Phillips, J. H. P. W. McKEE, chief carriers of the hog cholera '
land with friends. Baisden and J. M. Mont doca, of BROADWAY CAFE, germ ,
. .
R. H. Ludlam is in Georgia again Whittier, motored up this week to Per C. H. Sharer. "

on a business trip.Chinaberries transact business in the city.J. ROSS GRAVES, COW MOTHERS FAWN of Broken Lines "

{ and large gold beads II. Bryan and family, whose B. M. HALL, FROM GAME PRESERVE
at The Embroidery Shop. Church street home was burned last H. E. COLE,
? week, are now located in one of the J. K. ATWOOD, Greensburg, Pa.-James Wilson, Y
Parker and Minor *
.J: Wilson Mrs., have been in grandson Orlando visiting flats of the Willson building. F. S. GILBERT, farmer, wondered why his favoritecow Come to oar store BOW and ret the Most extraerdiaary values over +
. '' Miss Rose Reynolds has accepteda J. W. BAILES, was not giving milk. He followed .
Mrs. M. D. Wilson. position in Dann's department store.I. HARRY ROBERTS, her one morning and found the offered by any shoe store ia [;'""' .-... W. soaply .at d... ant .w' ,
:; Tom Lawson has been here for several H. Gregory spent Monday in Sanford O. F. BASS cow was mothering a fawn that had broken "" '
) days visiting his uncle, F. H. lines These shoo are from our regular stock-and ..., art ',.
.... on business. N. F. BASS, escaped from the state game preserve)
,
Lawson. going for .less than _'D for "sample seconds.
Miss Irene Burke Mrs. Best and GORDON NYE money pay cheap *, or

I I. Mrs. Brake, of Cleveland, 0., is daughter, and Richard Hammonds, of J. W. GOODMAN, rejected shoes Wo have all sixes in all styles-bnl not aB .... tn anyone ,
spending two weeks here on a business i- H. W. MORROW, ,.
Orlando with friends '
trip.Cypress. here.J. spent Sunday T. S. OLIVER, Get Your Fresh, Fat style. If yon can find your size ,...1I'ot n 1 bargain. l

Hold boxes for sale cheap. J. E. DAVIS, !
.
A. Manchester and wife H. J.
Osceola Lumber A Furniture Co. :29-tf G. L. HAMMACK,
Manchester and M. O. Fulton, of St. APALACHICOLAOysters
Mr. McFarland, of the McFarlandand Petersburg, were a motor party in the M. E. CROWE, New Spring Styles
A. C. TYSON
Platte business Fisheries, is in St. Louison city for a brief visit this week. E. L. FENNELL, !

a trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bull, of Colchester H. W. ANDERSON,
Miss Lucy Buckels left Tuesday to N. Y., who spent last winterin JOHNSON
E. L. ,
re-enter school at Tallahassee after Kissimmee, are here again for the S. L. LUPFER, Our new Spring tine is .ow arriving. These shoes are all .. tie '

spending Christmas at home. season and are pleasantly located on J. II. REID latest styles made by tile beat American .&k..... Wo are going t. pet
Mrs. C. W. Breaker, of Chattanooga, Mabbette street. BRYAN.'d..rtl.t.1.
E. C. AT THE forth our beat efforts to the largest and beat line of shoes in tke l ldty.
is in Kissimmee for a month's visit Mr. and Mrs. Mark Morris, of Prai- t I carry "
;,; With Capt. and Mrs. H. M. Breaker. rieville, Mich., have arrived in the ---- --- : If yon need shoe don't fail to come in and examine oar .largo '"

1 CVptain Frost and City Engineer city to spend the winter and are occupying It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism Broadway CafeWhen and complete tine. I'
ReMlplds, of St. Cloud, were here one of the flats in the Ga- .
Everybody who i is. afflicted with
Mo by on a business trip. zette building. I'a
Rheumatism in any form should by
For citrus trees see F. H. Lawson Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Moore, of Waterford bottle of Sloan's Liniment '
all means keep a buy Apalachicola Oysters a
door tittiW. Ontario, Can., arrived in the city you
i t next to postoffice.
ort hand. The minute feel
the winter with you here you are sure of getting only DUTTONHARRIS CO.
to
yesterday spend
W. Chandler from Bas-
was up pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, I :
the of their Ambrose .wholesome __ !
strength-giving
family
'senger the early part of the week for son batch. it with Sloan's Liniment. Do good. .
his final meeting with the school board Moore. ,'' not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost Oysters direct from salt water. We I I

,* as a member of that body. Miss Martha Dupree formerly immediately right to the seat of pain, are prepared to supply you in any .'

Miss Mattie Bandy spent the weekend teacher of expression in Osceola high I relieving the hot, tender and swollen quantity-pints, quart, .or' by the t,,;
is with friends in Bartow. Hermother. school is spending some time' in the feeling and making the part easy and 1 i
Yy Mrs. Bandy, visited Jackson-I city, the guest of Jno. M. Lee and comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's : gallon. Why not some for supper tonight -_ . I' fk
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t, villa while she was in family. Liniment for 25 cents at any druggistand ? ; a

and N. Matthews formerly Frank Duke, who has been managerof have it in the house-against .
Mr. Mrs. C. i I Direct Shipments Received Daily '. ...
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Luxora Ark. have their the K. P. Butler pressing club, Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum- r
of. as '
,?N, f' guest their daughter, Hazel, of Memphis has given up the position because of bago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your :
back if it The Broadway Cafe I L .A.rr TI3E :IBICSImportant 13'I'OR 3 ' .I '
;Qr! ,,Toon.;, his health. R. A..' Snyder has taken money not satisfied, but does .
his place. ,, give almost instant relief. Buy a .
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Bratton and ,
MI.- Nina Bratton have returned from Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of Marysville, bottle today. j PHONE 42. i4

Miami,' where they spent the Christmas'holidays. Ohio, arrived this week: to spend the ,,.t'" f
.'!,
winter in the city. They were visitors \ }
* s .' of last winter also and will againbe :
Dr.ind Mrs! N.. Miller and two lit- located at Dr. 'Hicks' home. AnnouncementThe "
tle daughters left this week for their
home.in Oklahoma, after an extended Slarry Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. James AT THE : .
'Halt nere. Hunter and their party will not arrive I
from the north before Wo
January
M. A. Farmer left Monday to resume I IE, according to information received

his work in Columbia college. this week NEW DIXIETONIGHT Big Store will on January IS, inaugurate a new sales policy,'' f ,;, r
Lake City, after three weeks spent at t.

;rI home. I Frank Walker, county commissionerfrom This plan will enable ui to give you the tame high quality of good r
the Baasenger district, was f
: Misses Lottie and Lola Lawler returned up i
:'i the first of the week from Arcadia for O.the board meetings this week. that you have always been getting but you are going to get them
R. Bass
of Whittier, spent Mon-
the
where
't they spent holidays
day in the city on business. AND SATURDAY '
t with friends. for less money. ;) .
4 Frank Cochran and Fred Monohan, Dr. N. Miller and family, of Durant,
a of Rose City Mich., are visiting in the Okla., who had been occupying one
city at the Park! hotel. They are old of the flats over the Gazette office, returned Dollars In Your Pocket ,:
friends of A. Rose and family, of this home this week, the doctor Last TimeJohn
t a city. having been called away on urgent ...

f Mrs. L. H. Cohoon, Mr. and Mrs. business. This excellent family made We believe that we can serve you better by placing the Big Store ,f'" ' ,,

f ;Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reed and I Kissimmee many friends who during hope their to have sojourn them in on a Cash Basis, thus Eliminating Credit and Loss and giving you the

m; Mr.and Mrs, W. W. Cross spent last with-us again next season. advantage of saving from ten to fifteen cents on every dollars* worth -

a Saturday'in St. Cloud on a pleasure Miss Emma Tyson and friend. Miss and Billy MORRIS and Their you buy.You. ;
>IMPThe\7 'Ruth Moore, returned to St. Petersburg -

Gazette stated last week that Saturday, after spending the Pay the Other Fellow's Debts ;
,Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris would make' holidays very pleasantly with Miss .
,their home with Mrs. Francis on Em- Tyson parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. APPALACHIAN GIRLS

"-"fmett."street in future This is a mis- Tyson, at Narcoosee. Miss Moore is Every credit tore in the city loses on an average of from ten to ;
Mrs. J. H. Harris and Miss a resident of St. Petersburg while
/'Abbie Harris will reside with Mrs. Miss Tyson is attending school there, fifteen per cent on its credit business. Bill for good bought by 1\ ,

A.Trandsf Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris she being a member of this year's somebody from whom the merchant cannot collect. Of course the

y;. ?l..yrHl; "continue to reside at 124 Ran- graduating class of the St. Petersburg merchant isn't going to lose that money. You know that. He adds 'ci J<

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V .SLElP P DISTURBING BLADDER LAUGH EVERY MINUTE We are going to make the Big Store the leading department store t," "
WEAKNESS
1 of the city. We are going to give you the best at the lowest possible k

y : I cash prices. We won't ask you to pay the other fellow' bills. We are v

/ !V'BACKACHERHEUMATISM t; : QUICKLY VANISH Plenty of Pretty Girls BE Up-to-the-minute Dancing the latest going to pay cash for everything we buy discount our billi, and we are :
SURE TO SEE THIS BIG SHOW .
Songs.
Catchy: : 01 I going to give you the added advantage of this saving. So don't for
Alao FOUR Reels of Pictures all for the Small Price
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get-after January 15, Dann'* Department Store will be placed P f
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on a
'' 'Most Chronic Sufferer the blood I
'i{ Find and drive it out of the
' h system.So strictly cash basis And just to show you what this mean we are goingto
.
.. :i i! "\;r* Relief After.. a' Few Doses sure, so positive, so quick and 10 and 20 Cents offer you our first Cash Special for next Monday. Don't fail to come

.tlIt Y'\ Are Takeu.r lasting, are the results obtained from in and examine thirbargain.Monday r
:
. ,": !/...., ,. the use of Croxone. that three dosesa :
(; ).'. "Backache, urinary disorders, and day for a few days are often all ,
, ".rheumatism are caused from weak, that is required to cure the worst
J ..Inactive which fail filter ease of backache, regulate the most ''
to
1.1 kidneys,
'f'f Cash
r '' annoying bladder disorders, and Special
over-
''''ont the Impurities- keep the blood"Jlure'and Next Monday Tuesday Wednesday
,
the earth to come the numerous other similar
only way on ,
'4 ;?. leriily: and positively cure such conditions.

tr... tJ err is to remove the cause. AIt is the most wonderful prepara- 1600 yards of 39 in. wide

,t; >}! -: -- -- new discovery.Oroxbne,- cures troll ever made for the purpose. It A BIG COMEDY ACT c
I i* teonditlong because it reaches is entirely .different from all other
i
.
I>V the ;;very, root' of, the .cUI..... It remedies. There is nothing lee on Sea Island Cotton, regular 7 - f
4'} wCaoekjj: ,right:into' the stopped up, in- earth to compare with it. I( ia so ; e

'. r" r,' 1ddneyssthrough: the'walls and prepared that It is practically impoa- lOc value :'
at
5, 'linings;,deans'-out .the little Altering sible to take it into the human system 4--PEOPLE-4 e ea. e . "

t cells, and glands?'.neutralizes and dis- < without results. ,, -
4>solves,th,>"poionoina'( uricacid l*ubtataneea I. 'You'can'obtalD'aft original packageof ALSO FOUR REELS OF PICTURES ALL FOR f"0- ,
Itt.' ; thak.lodge,inthe!jointsandVianscletito ; Croxone'at.Jtrlfling coat from'any a r

IJ'c. sera rhenmatiamit'n;scratch', and ntrali irritate:er and the first-class are rbed drug'store.,to personally All druggists return FIVE and FIFTEEN' CENT Dann'sDA: ; t '" c $tQ f. .

parch .
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'no; longer; irritate*;the the -- price if Croxone tail to ..
ot'the':: bladder. give desirea resulta ,'regardlea- I r ; "

r .end) -,tleagt' ens'the' how old youu-,are. how" long you have .rr'1's.f "-" " 'f"'U'''SWORDS and.WFSTFALI., "','--....,... ... ..,..J.'W :>./t' 3ArJLGOQDL.IOl, \LRSSrrYIIZT"r : : ,
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.. erl': STRAWBERRY. SliJ'PMENTS' 1 GIVE.:,I SYRUP .
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I GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA VEGETABLES TEN- CARLOADS OF . FROM'. PLANT''' CITY. < TO_ : CO, : '

; A{, : Column.Forward City.-S't'b.rrl.;;: Dellclon "Fruit ....- {
,.:. '. . ... Plant are moving :
MOVING FAIRLY WELLMiami SWEET POTATOES freely from this aectlon. The local tender little !

( FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS shipment on Saturday, 'December, and ,
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} \ fJ PLENTIFUL .FROM TilE ADVANCING STATE Pcnsacola.One of the largest buy 19, was sixteen: refrigerator contain Look at the !I' If

., OF FLORIDA. Fla.-The midwinter vege- era in the middle west, placed an or- ing 1,078 quarts; Monday, December coated your little UTeri
tw table deal is assuming fairly 21 368 and bowels need r
now a ; ; an Tuesday, Decem
der 'through the Farmers'
Coop.raUve 1uaJ'tl
r strong: movement. In the territory ber 22, iuafts. These ship- When peevish,, .
SHIPMENTS East
FLORIDA CITRUS South Jacksonville -Florida Association of this county for
along the Florida east coast between ments for the netted the sleep; eat or act feverish ... h
three days ,
_____ 394
Can moved last week Coast railway M. Riddle, general ten carloads of sweet potatoes for '
Can moved week before last_ 1,754 manager, St. Augustine, Fla., has be- West Palm Beach on the north and ; delivery next July and August and growers $1,710.90, which; chows an stomach ; ha* +,
c ___ .___. Homestead on the south covering a also average of about 66 1.2c per quart f. sore throat, / cold:.,
Total to last Saturday 10,788 gun preparatory work for rebuilding announced that all watermelons, ,
I distance of almost 100 miles in length I o. b. In comparison with last year's give a '
of the St. sweet and onions raised in
wooden bridge over potatoes
portion and in width such movement for December 19 22 and 23 Syrup of Fig," *, It
Jacksonville Fla., Dec. 81.-The total varying vegetables the ,
we.. Johns 'river with concrete and steel county will be purchased if
.' citrus fruit movements this season an beans, peppers, eggplants and tomatoes in there were 5.400 quarts shippejwhich all the foul, +l, '
from Bouth Jacksonville end to main placed carload lots. The Farmers'
26 -December 26, are in all stages of development netted the growers $1,883.60, gested food and .* .
to
7 I :1 September channel of river about 300yards' Co-operative Society was formed as '
span over ; out of its bowel and
last --from being packed and. shipped and although 2,818 quarts more were .
The movement
%, was 10,788 cars. I sort of a marketing and this
concrete bridge.
I Ift year during the same period was down to the plants being propagated is placing the agency products before shipped last season than the same you have a well, : ., ,
year
L' 10,321 or 467 cars less than this year. Miami.-Dr. H. A. Lawton is reported in the seed beds. At nearly all planting so the farmers can judge of period this year only $172.70 more Ask :your" bot-",, ,.
The movement last week was only 47 I to build dock 250 shipping stations in this territory the was realized. tie of *, ,
as planning I amount they should plant of the which contain babies . ,
and 347 cars of boathouse there is now a light movement of 'I
ears of grapefruit feet long and two-story several products.
Lake Worth-Town council let children for
contract ,
of 394 cars as compared to 42x52 feet at home in Miami. beans peppers, eggplants and a few I .
oranges pace
week I tomatoes with some Irish potatoes and to erect town ball; cost 3682. grow-up '
the previous.
vr 1,754 cars FLORIDA
CABBAGE
k houses I Atlantic Beach.-City will soon be- cabbage. Express shipments are the CROP.
A majority of the packing I - - - '
closed December construction of proposed sewer rule, but carlot shipments of tomatoes 7verr '
which gin
; the state -
M1 : IJ, throughout 19 will resume operations system; plans prepared; contracts let will begin at some of the points Jacksonville Fla.-The cold weather ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. ,i{
,
.. week soon thereafter alJ'I I| for materials. this week. At present Miami and and rains in different sections of v getd .... Very a._... y.. ... rM .... .. ;i, ,I
next or as I the state have materially reduced the r.u6 One llZw /. _.att. _! WILL MOT aIllL +I.Ut. 'y }
j considered advisable all depending I Fort Lauderdale are the two heavy .._...... ''.
.. ._ .
s I -.rater 1a t e la .t uW. /.r 1 ]
I J'I upon the conditions of the markets Tampa.-Oak Park special sub- whipping points with about 2,000 to cabbage crop and estimates place the '.......1...... .....- plc, sae ........_ .._ _ttal.att. ,...I l lmagi. ',,/
the country. l school tax district voted $5,000 bonds 4,000 packages leaving Miami per day planting at about 3,000 acres, or 50 DIt I. t. y. .'! -;
\ throughout The demand for oranges has been I to purchase'site. and. erect. school. and from 1,000 to 2,000 leaving Fort per cent less than I li st season. Prob- BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE .r' '
i I Lauderdale. Minor stationsare ably the heaviest shipments will be '
shipping
active, but grapefruit is dragging. It Meade.-Fort Meade Citrus DKPT. "()." OOATJL. WX.ORIDA. r.
Fort 1.
i I to 200 packages made from Coleman, Bartow and .011
moving twenty-five -
is estimated that the grapefruit crop Growers' Assn let contract to R. E.i I II the Manatee section. At Coleman _
central of the
daily. The part - -- ---- -
1 ;. y this year will reach 4.000,000 boxes i Lee, Fort Meade, to erect! packing district has the largest output at there is planted about 90 per cent of '. tY:
.
13 and to date only one-fourth of the. structure o H 000<00000000000> 0.0000 00< 0 000000.0
plant; 90x100 fee, $3,600 ; the to last
as compared sea
present It will be remembered that acreage
crop has been shipped and about 50 galvanized walls and roof; will install son, but the cold and backward fall
) the heavy tomato movement does not
per cent of the orange crop. Growers machinery to wash, dry and size cit- begin here before February in the has cut this crop fully 15 per cent South Apopka Citrus
not worrying about
and shipper are i rus fruits; daily capacity three cars Homestead vicinity and just a little which leaves about 75 per cent of 'L
fair for their
not getting but a the immense price of I citrus fruits and. vegetables.. later in the Delray and Boynton districts the crop as compared to last season I
crop
oranges It estimated that about 500
is cars
grapefruit to be marketed is another Valrico.-Valrico Grapefruit Growers' The leading varieties of ) ,
will be shipped. Rains have done 110'
A few fields were drowned out in
shippers believe association has let contract to
proposition. Many and The finest tree at ; s'
Oranges.
some damage at different points, :
t that there would be an increased demand erect clubhouse; 60x100 feet; brick the early season but generally the particularly ,
in the Manatee section, while | the lowest price.
growth has been favorable. On the I ,
for if selling concrete roof steam
grapefruit prices and ; composition ,; I
the in the Bartow section will
v to the consumer in all markets were heat; cost $1,000; also plans bathing whole the acreage is a very substantial acreage Send for Free Catalog Now- :
be much less than last "
closest of i year.
one and is given the
reduced. bathhouses etc.
,
pool, '
The public seems to have the idea attention. ''I 1. R. Davis, the heaviest grower at Addrra
that grapefruit is an expensive lux- Buena Vista-Mr. Tygert let con Already commission merchants, or Bartow, says: "I do not think there JOCOEE
;, and that only the wealthy cant tract to erect hotel.PerryMrs. their representatives, are on the are over 125 acres of cabbage planted SOUTH APOPKA
at various places Miami having here this Growers were I .1;
enjoy This is general ground season
it. opinion I FLA.
Kansas Holt Newberry as usual more than one-half of through setting about two weeks
the because first \
throughout country
Fla. let contract to erect five cottages U 0000 OOot 000000 000000 OO
class hotels and dining cars charge the number on the entire east coast ago I

high prices for it. The sooner the ... _. -. I -- I a\(\

Florida growers and shippers make Tampa-Wm. (n. Stubbs let contractto l II .

I provisions for a general advertising erect residence on Newport avenue; I

there campaign is an to abundance let the public of grapefruitat know that one story; cost $3,500.: . I DIXIE I I M I/T i

had this Commerce f
reasonable prices to be Apalachicola-Chamber of

: year, the wider will be the distribution plans establishment of knitting!: f Between ::i
and better the demand and con- 'I:
mill
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t lA thousands, better of new prices markets There throughout are- High Springs-Six thousand dollar .. -'- :t Jacksonville, Chicago and St. :

f the country where the consumer, High Springs school district bonds are : Re-established January 0, 1915. 1 'f

within the pant. two or three years, voted. . The Mango is a Delicious Tropical FruitThe t Northbound Daily i'-I

has been introduced to Florida grape- Lvnn Haven-Ten thousand two mango !10 on' of the mot popular There are all port and varieties of mango. "J' 9:35: A. M. Lv. Jacksonville Ar. :
fruit and a large majority of these hundred dollars htreet improvementbonds fruit*-11 luariou and 'H'lI''II.' It may be but th. bed and mart popular are Mol)< people have the idea that it Is a lux- herd 1,5. pro has for I rrakfant or drvnrrt. Iladm,Comlxidiann. Itajpury/ Gordon. I.agra
have been sold. cub, f IMnara Total"an.. I'ahcn. Bennett and< band- R:03: 1'. M. Ar. Atlanta Lv. :
do not realize that at the or the pulp may be..ooga'd a spoon| root
\ ury. They thc renter. leaving tier ,1.0"' our .I"i .. in ratrrwha. Royal. Palm Nurrnrt ..hl"lIlo. 1U15, ..1 12:1R: A. M. Ar. Chattanooga Lv. :
present time grapefruit is about asa Hradentown-W. B. Wilson, vice. fog grapefruit' !Mango are also UM.il fur 1'.... now ready for distribution.. dvacribei no leuverves :(; 4:50: A. M. Ar. Nashville Lv. :
cheap a* They will not even Coast marmaladra, chutney and pitkUa. than twenty-tour diflcrtot kind. ;
oranges. president East & West railway 4'; !J:2R: A. M. Ar. Evansville Lv. .
take the trouble to inquire about the says about thirty.six miles are com A Cutercr. Says Reasoner Brothers' Plants and Packing Desene First Prize ; 1iJ.5: 1'. M. Ar. Chicago Lv.
!i price at their grocers or the fruit pleted on its fifty-thrp mile line x
"" j y atand, believing, as usual, that the Rradcntnwn to Arcadia Kla Expected cC.hiray peen A California cl enl write:You A parliruUrly important feature P. Lv.
il :: : 2:59 M. Ar. St. Louis ,
r price is beyond their reach. As soon to finish all early in 1915. J i-.d; ._- I..ave" .10..101 I 1 certainly, reive fi..lI" "f IU, .ii Tnlm Nuraeriesietbe t r'I' t
for packing and also for Si l I't mrnl Inthu.y
>D bmldmg upfederal '' rup pitrt --- y.
_ thousands of people through the i
as a ( nursery bunnenem- growing urh t mngantl lu alt hy <>dalyear.I 1 .1labor R* -
country: realize that they can have Tampa-Bethel 1 Baptist church, Rev bracing tropual. semitropicaland .. Another .buyrcfb New! ."IH.,11.1.... have oc..d l a I :f Solid Train Compartment-Observation cars, ..r (tzz
grapefruit on their breakfast table at R. H. Pittman, pastor, will erect $::10"! temperate: fruit trrra and: lera y, i* even" tnnre nil htunaittjr va t .lore 1 of :tree and.plant I :zz and coaches, between Jacksonville and Chicago. .
1 hi thedisposal
plant, all worU of ornamrn- riling: Nut mnee thr laxlChrittlmawatocking fcmmlrMlfrr is now t
a reasonable figure, the consumption 000 building. well a* palma, ahrubn. .whenhant l of their cuiitoinrrs i sleepers, Jacksonville to St. Louis. ; 1
e l Vlll be much greater the demand t-:;: vines and bulb, locatedIn Claus wai S real: nernonage through fI.h* Ser.ire I>
:
for Florida West Palm Bea'ch-frank. I). Mo- the Gulf Coat country, have I had smell delight!! opening m< nt: < lurrrnt Royal"Palm; I Cars.
.( steadier, and prices the J. ,, condition packages aJi when the box h..m t' ttt al log contain, seventeen ti
grower better.-The Packer. sier, engineer, Trenton N. appliedfor !ibd.reribc.Ii: : : reault of their i you arrived The careful parking chapters of. itjtt-renting and authentic
"" franchise to establish gas plant; painstaking and intelligentwork Insured the good condition Information, valuable. I Atlantidin
: FLORIDA PRODUCTS Dr. T. S. Kennedy of West Palm \i I. reflected 10 testimoni: ot the plant I ; your addition' to the bbearyol ever Coast II
: <. h of farmer and fruit Nor
d
: al* from countleM attsfledcutoiner m c t o growing oqually grower.
'If .i : < IN, NEW YORK Beach is also interested. a e all over the world. soured their qu Utjr. tree copy of this book vnte t* I :

t"l'. .. .'",r I, ,i\':.. ,New York,.-OwTnsr to the recent Umatilla-Umatllla Ice & Storage REASONER BROS., 216 Benedict Ave., Oneco: Florida i The Standard Railroad of the South. I "{. ,
: >,''. /,;'COld: weather,' many shipments of company capital stock $10,000, Incor- I /
,' h ,\.Florida bean were frozen on arrival porated, by P. C. Turner, F. II. Price, 6666aaa6. .

and receivers have been forced to J. W. Poole and. G. J. Griffin.. --
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either refuse to accept them or sacrifice a aClearwaterAnclote River Land 1 -
them for just enough to cover
express charges. Beans were in very company, capital stock $100,000, incorporated rt r n

heavy receipt, however and prices ; J. B. Lyon, president- ,i
lower. Strictly fancy offerings sold treasurer; Colquitt Johnson, vice-
/ president; Alonzo B. McMullen, sec-
at $3.60 to $4 per basket but the .

average grades brought anywhere retary. .-
from $1 to $3 per basket. WORD "CONVICT" IS
Lettuce is arriving in much better BARRED FROM PRISON
condition, and while there are fairly i - ,

heavy supplies, prices are generally Hartford Conn:The word "con- I r
l; higher. Some sales have been reported vict," referring to prisoners, is no i l
as high as $2.60 per basket for longer in use at the Connecticut state
extra choice stock, but the average! prison. This ,is one of the number of
.q, sales were made at $1 to $20 per changes in the rules and regulationsof Every Farmer in Florida
r basket the institution made by Warden
t
e ; Peas have been very scarce and the Garner and which the warden says has
few offerings that are on the market had a beneficial effect on the prisoners. !

how very poor condition. The general Instead of "convict" the terms "in I I I
Needs the Florida Farmer
' complaint is that while the podsare mate" or "prisoner" are used in Informal and Ilomeseeker. It is a monthly farm and home magazine (

la'rge, the pea itself is practically talk, addressing the prisoners, ') 10th of each month at St. Augustine, Florida. Many of the leading authorities in this State
undeveloped and hardly fit for use. and on the various forms of printed
t Large peas sold at $2 to $5, small matter used at the prison. I' various branches of farming are among its contributors. i

I peas $1.60 to $3.60 per basket. "Convict," the warden says "grates
The market on eggplants was practically on a man's brutal force," and he
e unchanged this week. Receipts therefore has forbidden its use. t I

I .' were were liberal made all and the prices way steady.from $2 Sales to STOP THAT COUG1I-NOW We Give the Florida Farmer and Homeseeker

'3.25 per box, acocrdmg to quality. When you catch Cold, or begin to I I +
.,r I Tomatoes are still very scarce and Cough the first thing: to do is to take i I To those of our subscribers who pay their subscriptionto
: I, in demand at $2 to $3.25 per box. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It penetrates -,
t'- Pepper are arriving in excellent the linings of the Throat and i this newspaper up to date and one year in advance

1e :onditlon and the market is firm atc Lungs and fights the Germs of the I!

fS to $4 per box. Disease, giving quick relief and nat- ,
ural healing. "Our whole family de- | The Florida Farmer and Homeseekerprints t
"" l. The River Seine, its branches and pend on Pine-Tar-Honey for Cough
6 canal connect the city of Rouen with and Colds," writes :Mr. E. Williams,
', '. one-fifth the area and one-third the Hamilton, Ohio. It always helps. 25c each month a lot of interesting and instructive reading matter and illustrations that concern Florida farmers

s 1 population of France. at your Druggist growers. It covers every branch of farming in Florida, including ivestock raising, dairying poultry raising, '

fruit growing, and general farming. It gives valuable information regarding soils crops and livestock, tells what to ;

---- to plant and when. It goes into detail as to best methods and best kinds of feed for livestock and poultry add ; '


r d- 'l ,6 CALOMEL IS MERCURY IT SICKENS I of that growing are most, packing profitable and marketing.Florida. It deals. with the different- phases of fruit growing in Florida. and advises : f\ ,


Civic Work, Education, Road Improvement, Household and various other i ;

,*, ACTS ON. LIVER. LIKE DYNAMITE I: subjects are treated eAaurtmdy in the Florida Farmer and Homeseeker (/ I


F' M V It Places Your Opportunities Squarely Before You and Invites Your Brains to Co-operate- ;
Dodsu's Um To. Here' gua.rant.ee--Go. to
y i Starts Your liver my any drugstore I
t and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod- Hands in Making a Success of Your Undertaking .I'
I'r Bstter Tin Calomel aid DonilStDnH on'. Liver Tone. TLlte a spoonful tonight i

f '' ., 'to, I yaki'voi and if it doesn't straighten you Remember we give{ the Florida Farmer and Ilomeseeker for one year ABSOLUTELY FREE to Ach of our' I
.
, ir Sick. right up and make you feel fine and '
their subscription to date and one in advance to all subscribers who in
vigorous by morning I want you to go pay year or new pay one year advance. This
\\ back to the itore and get your money. be open for a limited time only. Take advantage of while It lasts. <
p; t. LUtaa to BM! Take no more _ickaaliratlnjc Dodon'i Liver Tone I i. destroying: the ,
'''J'abl!' ., ealooMi wh..n billon or ale of calomel becaue It ill real.\liver 11IIII' .. ;
b.asia.fa t
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om : -' THE LIVER REGULATES >THE' THREATEN' 'STRIKE S
POL HIEF'\CALLS"'JAILS; ; liltesvaIRORWOA
I iWb'YE.A8.S', \, BODY-A SLUGGISH LIVER,, TOO MUCH PIE SBRVBD }

.,, 'CRIME''FACTORIES CANN0TCURE : -4' ,NEEDS' -CARE., Cambridge.- "-.-.Atthoucb Ia'. atvd'1'Ia'per .
; Someone'bas bob pie
said that people with i I of the universe stverat'Har.

BYPUNISNMENTBerkeley Chronic Uver' Complaint should be yard. men; have.,tnreatened to fo '.on , '

!;FOR'CHAMBERS EVIL shot, up' away from humanity, for f strike unless the amount of apple pie .Y1Ddabbetta'arest; :' ., +'4

'- they are'.peaslmlats.and see through served at Memorial Ball Is cut down.. ,.
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.ttc CaL-Jafls are only crime. ;--1InI': of many a man -;nd'by cutting :a glass darkly." Why! Because I .,- .. ",,:\
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factories.. '' down your jail expenses, and by I, mental 'states depend upon physical O..O. ...M+MMM 0 .t.. C. F.1'IIMI' '. I -.,'' ,
s Kansas CttyMo.-Dr' : E. Q.; Chamber It"is only folly to'.:tr)' to cure a allowing; the men to raise most,of states. Biliousness Headaches, Dizziness "

*,who Monday was refused anew" drunkard or1' to reform some petty everything: they eat it would be possible and Constipation disappear after M. TILLER 'SHEET METAL W ;' '>

;t trial 04 the chary of fraudulent use offender by putting him.to prison., to pay them ,say,'fifty; cent*'' a using Dr. Kin /. New. Life Pals. .' 26e. I .., *. .

q k of the mails;was today sentenced to .These are a few. of the conclusions day which could go to their families, at your Druggist '_ Real 'Estate 'Alelcy: : )U; 'stUPfeoae G. fi. p. l.ty'p' r r.ta

two years In prison and a fine of $6,. reached by: Chief''' of Police August or if they have no families, be kept for '
-
000 by Feberal Judge Pollock,,Chambers Vollmer of-Berkeley.. "'*: them as-a little nest-egg when they FREAK :TOOTH OF'A'17MONTHSOLD . ,___.. II...""" 81 I I. Xteslmnee/'
,.
R. was' the promoter of the Chambers "Our jail .system is all wrong..Itis are liberated. ,BABE Realty bought and told.w' "
.
Land organised to sell Detroit. Mich;-Marjorie Davis, the ; ..
p. company, a poor plan to pen a man convicted The criminologists In the - ..
rented.
lands in the Florida Everglades. In world agree that the jail IT-months-old daughter of Mr, and Houses .r DR.JW.S11IPSOK
y of some minor offense up a< dirty present "rDENTIST'
Mrs. C. C. Davis '. -
E. 1 Russell, convicted In the .same bole where under the natural, courseof system'' is an abomination. It does has a freak tooth. 'Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor .

Cal.,' was sentenced to' one year and events he can only become 'worse. lIot.help mankind. It only serves to A.few days ago her mother noticed a non-residents.' ; ,
'. day in prison and a fine of $315. drunkard with the keep down. More than one criminal dark spot on one of the babe teeth fa "'
r To incarcerate a men and took her to the dark 'Fir*. Uf and Accident, In. Upstair*, Eats Building ' '4\
., ;Both Chambers and Russell werts con of him is ridiculous. The has been made behind our jail!\ ';
hope curing found be ocr,",Ho. .r,:: "f su al. Wf;; : /
to t
spot was a perfect silver toJt
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and Russell ,
snranc* .
aided twelve counts
on- confinement with occupation, only doors. 1' "
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granted trial oir all but the filling. As the baby had never visited Bond Telephone Wo..T. rajas ft yfr' Jj ', .
; was a new increase his craving for drink, and "To develop, lands with menthat dentist Indemnity *. .
one count his physical 'condition instead of improving you now keep i in jail, and by a before the filling ii 'Lea > : '
;" The .Rev. Albert TS. Gammage, of looked upon as a great curiosity. \j'' '
.. becomes
; worse. other men ,who are willing to work '::
DRW.WCARSON"DENTIST;
. Kansas and C. IL Bubbard, ofPittabnrg the ,
". fI.: City "The municipal farm is place 1
for their food and a little somethingto i
,r. Kan. granted new .
were for these men-a place where they g-
., '. trials. The motion of E. W. Harper, can work and enjoy the benefits of boot, would be the. biggest thing ;';,.

4, Fort'Lauderdal.' Fla., for a new the pure, fresh air. "It would be the any city could do.. C.W.CRIFF1NStaple Office' .over Pttley' Building' *.I ., ,
trial, which came up with the others OfTlo* Hours: S-II. t 1.1
l'of t.- MANY READERS OBTAIN Offlee 'Phone 11 Residence 'Pttan* ft
'Monday: was continued. 0.. Admlnlstend for Extrsetlea: ef
NEW MEDICAL WORK. '

1.I" 1.;: ; (BIG; EAGLE DROVE U. S. HYPOCRITE TRANSFUSE BLOOD TO and Fancy Hundreds of readers of this paper Teeth.. ..,.o'r-- ;, '' '


f : SAVE R. P. FOLEY GROCERIES: : have already taken advantage bf the 'DR. H. S. GEIGER

: generous offer by which Dr. ''Miles'Medicsl
SURGEON<
MEN INTO WATER PHYSICIAN and 1e ,
SAYS VOLLMERWashington Guide can be obtained entirely '
Orlando.-A successful operation of Citlsens Bank BnlldlneKlsalmm K ,< s
;'i i >* transfusion of blood occurred in the free of cost **,' Fan ,' ,al' '
Palm Beach, Fla.-C. Frank Reed, Free Delivery to all Partscf Phonon; Offlee
'., McEwen sanitarium in this city Mon- As has been stated before this In.or" ,
r' Doe Francis William Dietsch, as R.elq.ne. it-irr
;.i'\ truest of L., H. Green, all of New D. C.-The United day. Mr. R. P.. Foley, proprietor of tb: City offer Is only for a limited time snd Jilt I+ s.

: 4. York city, left the Breakers hotel at States was called by Representative the big new Seminole hotel at Winter 'all those who .want to avail themselves .. x.

; '., a. m., Saturday by auto for a day's Vollmer, 'of Iowa a partner in the Park, .pas been under treatment fora I of it should hasten to send T; M.- RIVERS. .:D.. -,1 v.y<
crime civilization in for time !
the
... fishing on Lake Osborne. A quick "greatest against disease of nose some in their
where the all history." and has suffered several hemorrhages names. PHYSICIAN 'and
4.I made to the lake SURGEON
run was This book is filled with sound advice
affairscommittee -
Urging the house foreign which had greatly weakened him. Carl f
each with a boat and a guide, t'
party, to report favorably the .. Rodenbaugh, an athletic young man given in a clear, readable' form. Office over Osceola Pharmacy .
thestarting
all meet at
\ / separated, agreeing to .
If YOU Read it over and over again v'i! .
; at 4 Francis and Vollmer-Bartholdt-Lobeck resolutionsto of Orlando, offered to lose a quart of AreTHINKING Phone ae.ldenoe.' ','
,, : point m. .
p.
you know its contents thor.I lyo OCTIcs
/ prohibit export of munitions to the his good red blood for lheugood of
1 .: Dietach each having a good catch, re- 141."J
s Vollmer insin- 1 Mr. and Dr. S. J. Crews, of )) not wait for. the emergency tn
I time and European belligerents Foley "f
Jtilmed at the ,
j ,; appointed occur and then look the ,
after until sundown without uated this nation is 'the arch hypo- John Hopkins hospital in Baltimore, up necessary ,y .

.( seeing waiting anything of the remaining two crite" because of its position on such I came here to perform the operation.He treatment carefully but in read your and leisure absorb moments the- H. D. GEIGER A #.

shipments. assisted by Drs. McEwen, Ed- OF BUILDING A '
was '
: I boats, hailed a passing launch and knowledge contained therein. 5*.
'<'. started in search of their friends. Reverting; to the prayers of Peace \\BJ'dll and Beardall. No anesthetics HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET Do not make the mistake that ATTORNEYWIT.LAW '
Sunday in this he said and Rodenbaugh ,
country : given
f i for were young K
Some time after cries help were this book is just an a4vertisement
;A direction of large "Are we so anxious to achieve the suffered little inconvenience ME Office State Bank ',* ,"
heard from the a FIGURES WITH YOU. for Dr M ilu' Restorative RemediesrIt Building,.
of sawgrass. The launch was reputation of being the arch hypocrite is true that in particular cases Klsslmm. Fla.
patch if/
i y for that and of the world that we go into theLord's Tbs Quinine That Doss Not Affect The INadBecause .
immediately deeded spot where of the Miles' Remedies
.. and offer of Us tonic sad lsvstir teed LAXATIVE any . .L '
aanctuary prayers I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH -
there was the two fishermen with BROMO QUININE _\et'lh.a OrdlD.ry are indicated their use rs advised. ..
their guides standing waist deep in for peace when we have blood moneyin Oulnioc slid doe not cause nervousness nor This is because it is believed that DR. C. L HYATT V ':, .
pockets'? rmsing In hud Remember the full name sod PLANS AND ESTIMATES -
our
had been for the best remedies of their
water where they several they are
; look UM of K. W. GROVK. lie. PHYSICIAN
If America stopped furnishing mu- lor signature and SURGEON: 1
hours. I AT ROCK BOTTOM kind. But Dr. Miles' Medical Guideis
1 As the story is told by Mr. Mickens nitions to the belligerents: the war an honest endeavor to give the Klsslmme, 5

the guide who had Mr. Reed in charge would end in ninety days. Vollmer I MIMHTIIATIC, M .NOTK'K.Nolle PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD. general public a practical insight into Phons Office 167Residence Fly. ",
'
I about midday had landed on a contended. These munitions, he in of A..lal.tr.tor fur Final !>!.- household medicine and in all -
small island which was thickly wood- sisted are going: to the aid of only.' r ar&. I. t'oarf of < ou..,. Jndve.l cases the treatment recommendedis Ill .44

ed to eat lunch and there found ant one side-the allies. 'I > r<- la t ..u..,. Florida. that which is considered to be thebest. /

? eagle with a broken wing, which was "Our present attitude on neutralityhas In re, Estate of H I.ohr .
immediately captured, and after ty- undergone: a strange change since Notice Is hereby given to all whomI If you wish to obtain one of these CEO.F.PAUUATTORNEYATLAW PA ,

ing up its feet and wings they placed the outbreak of the war. Neutralitynow I II may concern. that on the Iblh day of books without any coat to yourselfsend '
it in the boat. Nothing more was is merely neutrality on paper" '' July. A. 1). 1916, 1 shall apply to Honorable Contractor your name and address oa a ,
; and Builder
T M. Murphy. Judge of said ,
he asserted. card in letter addressed
post or a
the bird until two
thought about I court! as judge of probate, for my final Collections and Conveyance \
"We advised loans to belligerents ;
against clearly to
v hours later when without warningthe dlnctiarfre" as administrator of R. ohr. KISSIMMEE, FLA. "'1'
captured bird began to scream. but we now strain at a gnat; {i re lii"p and 't .al"a at the same time Family Medical Guide.Kiln Specialties w
Reed who in the act of and swallow a camel by allowing: the I I t court my final Medical Co., Elkhart Ind, .
ff&T. was f HOcountH as administrator of aid estate 124 Sumner St. Phone 266000000.0000000.0.0000000..000000.000000..0.0.. lit 1-1 Broadway i d
{Banding a bags, looked up in time toVree shipment olejust the things; these for their jtppro\al mentioning the name of this paper. .

t I a much larger eagle making loans were to buy. I Dated January 1 A. !>., 1916 ...

d6 a straight for the boat. For several "We are furnishing instrumentsof 2-flmo tVILKIAM Administrator.NOTICE. IA ill It. 5- C. F. KRIBBSATTORNEYATLAW"

J ; minutes the big fellow would circle murder on one side only in a con- -- ' *

t above them and dive at the frightened flict in which we profess friendship . ..... .
fishermen. to all. This practice of feeding! fuel Notice Is hereby given that the refru- Bpeefaltjr.i'

this time both standing I I to the flames of war is utterly irreconcilable lar annual. meeting" of the stockholdersof Noaeoo&tioonntand Prim n1 of taa.e. of
By men were the Pennsylvania 011 Company will HOLIDAY OFFERINGSBeautiful noa-re.14.ats 'riven careful
1 each with an oar and as the bird with the peace policy of be held In the office of Its treasurer.C. attsatlon. f
down both would strike at him. this government. It is irreconcilablewith A. Canon the State Bank build-
came Klaslmmeet
Y In the excitement the boat was cap- the" president's neutrality procla- Ing.the In 12th Kissimmee day of ,January Florida, on 1815.Tuesday at 11 live-room bungalow, practically new well built choice Fla. "

I ; sized.: Green, who was some distance mation. o'clock. A.rlo.rlehc purpose. of electing location large lot fronting to the northeast Beautiful view of the Pat .lohnston. O, p, Garrett
i off, was hurrying and the bird Vollmer, a professed German-Am- ; a ; for the ensu- "
up erican InK year and transacting"" such other lake everything modern and up-to-date nicely furnished Immediate JOHNSTON ft: GARRETT A; j
by this time had disappeared. No sympathizer, ventured the opn-; :
business
as shall regularly come before possession can be had will rent the house furnished for four months '
,
sooner was Reed safely hauled aboard ion that it will be absolutely Impossible It. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW' *

than the eagle renewed his attack. for the allies "ever to conquer the (i. F. tfRiftna. or sell worth the money.
Offices 10 11 : '
At the first drive of the eagle over Germans." 2.2t. ? Assistant Secretary.in Seven-room cottage on paved street, choice location, modern Building and 12 CiUsenY. .. .Bank,

i .went the boat. "Go* for the shore," COURT OF cocirrr JUDQB, well-built for convenience and comfort splendid neighborhood owned Kissimmee. Fla.
,
yelled Green which lucklily not J.
was T. THURMAN
4r r WRITES BTATB Of FLORIDA
far off.. The boat In the meantime I VERSE ABOUT In re Estate of by non-resident who will sell at bargain price.

1'l Drifted off, bottom side up. The flsh- FLORIDA CHRIS KABNNBU Oaoeola CoaDtF.I Six-room' modern cottage dose iD, 'praclically' new. fumiah & Louis C. Master T Piston VTarloir
Late
l I Notlc ls hereby given, to all Counsel for Jude of tk*
'
whom
It
together with some fine I' Mr. Joseph T, Thurman, father of I may concern, that on the let day of owned by Missouri party; who will sell for. less than(real value. V'.". R. R. Comm. Criminal Court
.
bass, one weighing' fourteen pounds, March A. D., un, I shall apply'to the MASSEY ft WARLOW '
He W. Thurman We also have 'a .
modem and
1 of this ten-room residence. ,
which Reed said be landed earlier in city, }has writ- Honorale T. M. Murphy JUdge of said }two-story convenient '
*
ATTORNEYS
_., the day were lost. Both Mr. Green n the following verse, eulogizing Court, as Judge.. of Probate, for my final !, good barn, garage, .stables, etc:: owned. by. Alabama .man, AT and COUNSELLORS ,
Vda. discharge LAW .
the Administrator _
land
he loves. Mr. Thur- of the i
and "Mr. Reed, after having their down tate of Chris Kaennvl deceased; and who will sell at bargain price or rent for one year. Practice In all the courts of the Btski
;) wounds, which were not serious. 'IJ fia expected from the north that at the sam time I will present to and of the ",
Come and let
dressed by a local doctor, returned t ti, the hotel. ..Jwr; of the winter in Kissimmee. I istrator of said estate, and ask for their see them. tt.. I Interstate Commerce Pommlselea:
Jl... Charleston
I I have wandered In many a far dla- : approval.J.. H. HALLEY. Administrator We also have number of choice suburban tracts of land well Orlando, ria. Bldf.-4-lyr..);
: tant land I Dated Sept. llth. A. D. Itl4.
CHRISTIAN I havu seen full many a palace BOItrand. improved as well as orange groves, stock farms, and in fact all kindsof '

ENDEAVOR Hut wherever. I winder wherever I NOTICE! or APPLICATION FOR TAT Florida homes and investments. F. a JENKINS 4!e

DEED
roam Correspondence solicited.

:. SECRETARY'S' LETTER Mv heart home.stillt.arng for my dear little Under "....tl... B74 and (V7B <.ie...r.1 l SURVEYOR
*t.tutr. of the Htate of Klorldm.

;: t ('lion t'N! Meeker Notice and Is hereby Arthur T.given Meeker that purchasers Rosa E. Nelson Realty Company Fraternity Hall

Probably not many individuals out- Down where the rnorkInKblrdu are of tax certificate No. 1610. dated Klaalmme, F14..
(' side of offices see HO singtng.Drawn . 1 day of June A. D., 189. have filed Kissimmee, Florida
*. newspaper many where the orange blossom "grow said tax certificate In my office and s
Issues of Florida papers as does the Down where the wild Hewers are a have made application! for tax to toooo.oooooooooooo.oooo ooo.oooo..oooooo.o.o..o. > Jl
Christian Endeavor press superintendent. springing.Down "" Issue In accordance with law S':. ddt DR. M. J. HICKS
,. ,.
w he tin art KlMHlmme certificate embrace lot '-
She IB often pleased with and MM I seven (7) of -- ----- \
flownI block; "N" of the town of Narcoosnee,,
'seldom ashamed of the editorials, and being a subdivision. of section ZO township C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON t
have searched\ the world Secretary.
over anderarchrd 26
these holiday times Is glad to read south range" 31 east, according
such beautiful words written by our O'er It In vain to the official plat, lying; and being; / Office State Bank .J'
y-l many a mountain o'er many a situate In the county of Osceola and Building
":editors., plain state of Florida. The said lot being Phones: Offlee;, 1.
As a shadow passing over the sun But naught have 1 found that at all assessed .at the date of I Issuance of said Residence; 40 .. .
r. will compare certificate In the name of Arthur Hay The Waters & Carson ,
to some came news in the gladsome With the \r"llp\! we have In my old cock. Unless said certificate shall be I
,. Holidays of the passing away of Rev. home down there.CHORUS.. redeemed according to !law' tax deed :

James Dean, once efficient citizenship will January,8'A.thri.refrll. the 11th day, of 1
superintendent of the colored state 1 ',-, {
,, Witness
my hand and
u official
4M'" { 'union. Perhaps! the best tribute thatt' Let me if" to the land where the orangetrees (" at Kissimmee- said county and state seal J. W. THOMPSON

could; be paid him, or anybody, were vet me bank bloom; In ;their shadows and 1 this/H. twelfth day of December A. D., Grocery CompanyWholesale

,t. ..the words of one of his Endeavor coworkers brpAtti their perfume J. L. OVERSTREET 1OJ

) ._' "He was one of the best ret me. ci back; and my wandering" Clerk Circuit Court.
half
lends I had in all the world. ceaae. (Seal.) Osceola County, Florida.
t FUNERAL
'h 111 stay In the land of contentmentand By JAMES M. JOHNSTON
D. C. DIRECTOR"t
': News comes that Mrs. A. La Verne peace. -J. T. T. tl-4t ?

.' fford and small son will again be > .- '
? andLICENSED 1] :
.
[ted in Orlando for the late win- - -
f a
.ttl! months, at 732 West Central ave and Retail Dealers .. EMBALMER

4 nue..' Last winter she never had an Florida Woman Suffers 26 Yeafs I I

,Endeavor caller. Surely after meeting .
her talented field secretary husband GROCERIES Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. J i


.Park convention,,'Mr.Kissimmee,SpafTord Endeavorers, and at other of Gainesville Winter'nearby J And Is At Last Given Relief Kissimmee.1" 1


places ,win look Mrs. Spafford
up. . . . . . . . . '
.And there are true-hearted workers .. :........ .. ......: When 'In,Need .f a J
---
,I i right here in Orlando, even though
they may not be holding meetings Swift Relief from Stomack IDs Fouad dose convinces. It is known all over -WE SELL: O WK"UTi VETERINARY SURGEONCall

ivl "now they. have Christian Endeavor By Mil Pettis of nor City. the nation because of Its merit.Mayr's .. HAY, *. .. HIDES -- For- A.

.
I hearts. Wonderful Stomach Remedy ; A. F. RICHMOND :
n 7 Looking toward the desired goal of clears the digestive tract of mucoid GRAIN,
4' "One hundred societies on the list before Mr*. T. S* Pettis, of Ybor City, Fla., accretions and removes poisonous O FURS Lougbman Road,
suffered ,
.; !i ; ''We meet in Jacksonville," it is with for more than twentyfiveyears matter. It brings swift relief to suf FERTILIZERS *. Phone Ul-l lQe I-t-... Via ,

.good .to add as the last organised, stomach troubles. She ledsedentary ferers from stomach, liver and bowel WOOL .1
a
tt't a life and digestive trouble SHINGLES .
ailments.
[December 20, by District President Many declare that jt has
.
irUJye: Albertson, 'Aurantla, This 1s a new resulted. saved them from dangerous operations ERNEST L. GREEN :l
ORANGE: .1
: !; town near Titasville, in East Central She took MavVs Wonderful- Stomach ; many are sure it has saved BOXES AND

':"oITJ.> 'district;i.*. The. society ,started with .Remedy: and received immediate their U.,... .. . Sic Writer sad DaeenUv *. 1'y J
ORANGB .
benefit WKAF8. ALL .
.much,' enthusiasm and twenty mem- 'Shetor written an intereatich We want all people who have '
Palater .
*' 'f!' "' bersv. Mr. L. D. Sands ia president and letter, in she says;' chronic ,
stomach trouble
or constipation .
VZG : : '
'\ 'd "L1w.a aIrL t the !TAELE CRATES COUNTRY o't'r
J.-A,'Midldff, secretary. Geod wishes frightened aa ream BO matter of how lOnLstaDcli PfciiMTiWa.' '
.
-'* "all"for"the' new comrades In auitl ". I delighted at the to try. one dose of Mayrt; Wonderful : iwww ., .' tr r_ _jr t
.
AurantUu, :.v ,. J ImproveiseritLi my condition I bare Stomach Remedy dose.- will CRATB NAILS, PRODUcL'' "- e.
-one convince v. A. vaa. 'K .e.s ,
,
.iI
; Ajrae-r; R'cnl
.
<' '*. GRACE 'TOWN8END.J ; toW. "" 21.: '.,IDJ't acquaintances'of you' This U the .medicine so I ........--11I.... ;, .' ..... ...................... t .....-......&..&...............MA..A....... .- .._.'...
.. "
,o r 1.1 was stomach auf ... .V
'Jfnterlacheiv Dec. 29, 1914.-.f: j many ef oar people bare been taking a.. H. ..A. ,.. 't k !It'I: 'I... ', I at ....:: VAH5 AGKBW ft CXAWPMB J* f *J

.c. V fever for 26 and this ls the only* with surprising results.' wet mostthorough JL W.TMU a..iJri.d i sor ..ets e1 all ...... . ,,''J ,,' .:. f- 7i ;- _ -, *m v
'Tfce annual search for Ffredcesefa 'wId broa irht reswH ..... AYTORNzY.
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't' invitation Is extended everybody to Ida tomatoes the' Canadian' r .JWV ; $
GROWERS DECIDE TO rates, and ;: Prentls delivered a short'adi I
attend the services. '
'r numerous ,conterenoe. .'with..express dress on.:the value. of democratic coJ';'

Notes i REV. LEWIS. THE and r'ailroad'officialaIn. : :,.regardto; operation,'> giving a' brief 'outline,of.;,
.' Society .* EVANGELIST COMINGIt STAY ,WITH l LEAGUEContinued other rates* A'.great many of ,,theaethings one of the great English co-operatives MV; o

: affords the laymen pleasure to extend cannot be talked about until with which his father. is'associated.\S
1,: a cordial invitation to one they have culminated M.r. Tenney explained Mr. Prentis stated that this cooperaV I

.(Mattle Belle Barns Editor.) in Kissimmee to attend their ever 3 0 clock ( from Page One.) because tact is necessary to live was started over a half,century, it. -, t
""V services next Sunday afternoon at the decided at a later meeting that the get them. But in order to give a wider ago in a'small way and that today it> \'

Methodist church. Rev. R. W. Lewis vote should be put to the association publicity to the things the league actually not only hasa',chain _&,retail story j.

: : ,. Rftqiest. b made to all patron* of the Valley Gazette to Mod Items will conduct the meeting and wants to last Saturday and for this reason Mr. accomplishes it proposes to increase manufactures g, large, forces but that it :, 'i

meet all his friends. Rev. Lewis is Tenney and Mr. Hoskins were invitedto the number of .press notices its, own cotton silks and1, .
for in these cohnsa. j
I of! .society treats to the Editor publication I to well known to need and Introduc- be present to defend the league, if sent out ao as to include many of the woolen gods owns and operates tan. ''. '

tion and we want all the ladies as wellas they cared to do so. local papers throughout the state particularly nodes, shoe factories, coal mines*, .#

: ,.I i. .I.I.I.I.O.O'I'IIIIOIC the men and all the young peopleto Mr. Tenney spoke first to the grow In agricultural sections steamship. and banks. Mr. Prentis .'"
ers. He said that if the league offi- where growers are specially-interested further stated that he was a strong \
4 attend the The. laymen w
1, MR: AND MRS- BURCKHAM Boice, Mrs. Bandy, Mrs. Overstreet, meeting. the cials had seemed negligent in answer- in the league's work. believer In cooperation and was bear1 1
will hold their services for next '
T% ENTERTAIN I Mrs. Allen, Mm. Ragsdale and Mrs. three months at the Methodist church. ing calls to meet with the associationhere Mr. Hoskins followed Mr. Tenney*, I tily in favor of applying the principle/ ,
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.;. .'i'1dr./ and Mrs.-W. D. Burckham en- j Makinson. We desire to make this our first lay- it was not because they did not covering some of the work of the traffic to some of our ovary-day problems.. :l,
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( t kalned at Monday evening PYTHIAN SISTERS men's meeting in the new year, the care to come but because matters department of the league, which After a lengthy discussion: a motion'
supper I that appeared to be of vital importance was inaugurated just six months 'j was made to adjourn until 3 '' .
more
I d. for the members of the fire PUBLIC INSTALLATIONThe largest and best yet. Come out dear ago p. nv ; ;;
l ment. d'part-I friends and enjoy the feast. came up to require their and discussing express rates with local Afternoon Session. .1 :;...
t ; . Sisters will publicly install Sincerely, presence at such times. He explainedthat growers. Both Mr. Tenney and The entire afternoon session was"given ...' ..

.sni.jd'f"1' TO HONOR A'VISITOR. heir newly-elected officers W. H. JONES, Chairman. the league was a young organization Mr. Hoskins explained that the zone over to a discussion of the proposed -' !'

rl t ",-I. 'i. Mrs. S. B. Aultman and Miss Ault- I I Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock, January being barely a year old, and -system, which the Interstate Com- charter of the new co-operative\,

\, will receive at home, :317 Broad- 14. The officers to be installedare REV. LAWLER. PRESIDENT OF that so many things had been under- merce commission has Inauguratedfor society Each clause of the charter j; r

y !.I'-;kway, Thursday afternoon, January 14, as follows : CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE BOARD taken in this year that it was impossible express rates, is really the fairest was discussed separately and 'voted :;i,

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'Aultman's: J. Z. Roberson, M. E. C.; Mrs. J. E. ing of the board of trustees of the Individual members or visit the Sev- new system certain defects will made to get it in shape as a practical'1' ,'""

i Bt. Louis. Lupfer, E. S.; Mrs. E. S. Beeland E. Florida Christian Advocate, held at eral associations within its ranks likely be found and probably some dis working Instrument. E. G. Vans -Agnew ..,.';?f .

.,v F i J.; Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Man.; Miss Lakeland last Tuesday. The board often. crimination exists. For this reason Gordon Nye and J. W Prentis- Pfj. ,

CIVIC LEAGUER : Elizabeth onegan, M. of R. & C.; Mrs. was organized by electing the follow. For instance, the league has been special inquiry was made of local were named on a committee to ...' '

R; Civic league will meet next IS. E. Gardner, M. of F.; Mrs. G. H. ing officers: S. W. Lawler, president; very busy a part of the year in the growers what their rates were, that the suggested changes be put\tp: 11 '

w, Tuesday, January 12, at 3 p. m., at the Prather, Prov.; T. W. Ellis, G. O. T. I n. B. Sweat, secretary and Geo. I. citrus canker fight; $21,000 has been whether they could afford to. producethe the charter. The meeting then adjourned -', 'ly.,

i 4 Chapter House. Election of officers Installing officers, Mrs. F. C. Bryan, Davis, treasurer. The Advocate is now expended through its efforts, to stampout vegetables and ship them under with a special meeting called :ii
,';j, for the ensuing year is made imperative with Mrs. Roma Thomas as grand in better shape financially than it had citrus canker in the areas where I the rate, .etc. The growers were ask- for Saturday (tomorrow), to consider.4, :

by reason that some of the pres- manager, and Mrs. Roma Thomas as ever been before, and Mr. Lawler it exists and to prevent its spread, ed to keep account of the cost of pro- the revised chater. ;'}'"

';/ ent officers are unable to serve longer. grand manager, and Mrs. W. L. Paulk thinks the outlook for its future is I and a force of fifty men have been duction, retain their sales accounts, pa ker.f'
All members urged to be present. etc. to this information in Judge Geo. F. Parker Mrs. ,,
as grand senior. very promising.CHRISTIAN I employed in this work. As a result, so as get
; Parker and T. J. Farr
Wadley ;;
:1 Miss Ethel Hoberson will appear as where 120 diseased areas existed some an exact form and if discriminationsdo motored (,
t WOODMAN CIRCLE CHURCH. down to Whittier and Keenans-t :teti
fk exist the will about
months nineteen exist league get
Flora, goddess of flowers, with the ago only now. go :
HONORS GUARDIAN Rev A. M. Chisholm will preach at vllle Monday on a pleasure and buel..1..f1Io .
little flower To Protect Citrus ting them corrected with material at
following girls as girls: Industry.In '
SS trip. With Wadley at the wheel'1'!? !
Rivers Eunice Rivers the Christian church Sunday morningon connection with the citrus hand to show that changes are neces- *
ti f-! The members of Tohopekaliga Madge May can-
; they made the trip from Kissimmee, ff
the subject, "That He May Exalt
No. 65, of the Woodman circle, Winn Irene Ingram/ Lucile Griffin, ker fight the league has carried on sary.
i grove to Whittier inside of one hour and'd t'
You in Due Time. lie will preach at
e A and Christine an educational campaign for the Will Sustain the
at a meeting last Tuesday, presented May. pur- League. forty-two minutes, stopping several f ::
"The Lord's Unanswered
night
the guardian, Mrs. Ethel Saunders, a Music will l h c furinished by the KisHimmec -, on" pose of developing sentiment that will After hearing/ what Mr. Tenney and times to take on water. ,I.1i.
Prayer. influence the state legislature to Mr. Hoskins said about the
beautiful hand-painted cream pitcher orchestra with J. I D. Wood- passa league
law that will the citrus industry and its work J. Ambrose Moore with- it
f and sugar bowl as a token of affection beck as manager. Friends of the protect ,
1 5 and appreciation for her faithful Pythian Sisters, are invited to IM- present RALLY AND\ ROLL CALL. from imported diseases, such drew his motion asking for a vote on

; and unfailing courtesy. and witness, the installation, as it At the Baptist church Sunday. as the Mediterranean fly and Mexican 'I' the withdrawal from the league and OYSTERS

is the first time the Pythian Sisters/ Every member be sure and Ix1 pres- fruit maggot, which, if they should the Ifrow'rR'oted to sustain the

+ : ;1 AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE I have had a public installation. A social ent. Also business meeting. Let get in the state would mean that the ; league. E G. Vans Agnew then ."".

r ) TO GIVE A RECEPTION hour will follow the installation. I every report be ready. There will be government would quarantine against I made a motion that the association F. A. Lincoln, Manhattan Hotel registered {(Ct!.,,
cards of j all Florida and that -
no preaching. Bring your products they leaders tender Messrs. Tenney and .
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i Tuesday evening, January 12, the notification with For tim, could not be outside the .
:. ,I you. one shipped state. Ho.skins a vote of thanks for the explanation for "Seal
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I newly elected officers of the American 11 us crowd the house with members.At Mr. Tenney urged that members of of what the league was do Shipt"d'r

Woman's league will give a reception night the pastor, Dr. Holt, will the ao'iationCet behind their representatives ing. This motion carried unani the
I .at the !House, to which Notes of Oyster' Everybody knows itjl j
Chapter
, 5 Weekly preach on "What ('an I 11)o\) to Promotea and use every influence mously.
r q the public is invited. The affair i if being Revival." 1 17 Dr !McConnell possible to such law
January /get a passed at Andre Van der Merersch acting quality I keep. Send in orders.
et, I planned complimentary to ihe I Church Work and will preach and our revival will the comirfx1session of the 1 legislature.He )president, then read a communication your -t|

outgoing officers. of. I the. league/ begin, we trust. Do not miss a ser said also, that as most of I the submitted l hy Pr. Thompson and J.

t } OYSTER SITPPEn.r I Christian vice. Everybody invited to all these league's support came from citrus Ambrose Moore, outlining/ a cooperative Phone 221, tt

5 .f Progress. services.LEARN. /growers attention had been given their plan whereby it in planned to

Misses Effie Bass and Emma May -- -- special needs first, but that the league/ organize the farmers of the state intoa t ,
'durJ. ers entertained Friday evening/ with 11111 i 111111111 n 11 i 11 ; ; had done what it could this year to compact body for the promotion of ----. ..,,.;....,
} an oyster supper at the home of the TO EAT help the vegetable also. .A their welfare. The of the
growers !; prospectus :
I Whenever You Ned lewd
Conducted :
by Local Ministers'Association. Toa4e.. .
; latter on Bryan street. Those! present examples the recent hearing in submitted for discussion ;
new society was
I.rum to ml the proper thloiCH find Take Grove's ;' :t
:were Misses Ora and Marion Cooper mill IMum. Washington regarding rates on Florj j and criticism the
. . . . . . . bra I Ik rnrrio and knpplnmii / by growers. The Old Standard Grove' Taatelea.chill. ar:
. . . . . -
Bass Rhea and Phe- .
Ruby Betty . . ;< It mullrn little what Tour <>.rrupatlen -
.f- . . . . . . . . . . Tonic is valuable ; ,
A rigo, Anna ana marguerite Davidson, nr' condition IM. you 1'A" he ------ '-- -- ---- ----- equally M. a l'
Helen Bass, Lorena Powers Mrs. By W. 1t. WITHEKSPOON." eared with proper iruldnnrr and the ... .. General Tonic because it coataiaflMke* "
proper food. If I rnnnnt cure I wilt tell :--: : : ; : : : : :<< :--
; Messrs. Whidden Seiver .. I. well known tonic propettiesof QUINflVB '
Wegmann, you no < ante.Hr age occupation r /"
l Bass, Lorenz, Bass, Powers, Johnson First of all, let me wish a prosperous ....1...... hrlubt and rendition In vrrnrrnl ..and IRON. It acU on the Liver, Drives 'j'k' .'
and Peterson. year to all of the Valley Gazette for n reply.int. oat Malaria. Barichea the Blood and :'t
readers for 1915. .0. A. i Aivr.flunk Builds np the WUolc' S,. aa. SO cent*. ./t.
nt t'oiarere nidir.. Itoom 3N.
i LEAGUE ELECTS OFFICERS. In the next place let me ask/ all to TAMI-A.' KIA. 3 4tTHESECRETOFSUCCESS "..,

The American Woman's league met join in efforts to do more and do it I I ------ Snaps ,./:"
in business session last Monday after- Letter for the improvement of conditions -

; noon and elected officers to serve the around us, and for the upliftingof
x ensuing year. Miss Elizabeth Pone- all those in association with us. I Want Ads. r

Ran was elected president, Mrs. W. B. What do you say, reader ry7

"i Makinson vice-president, Miss Elizabeth These are truly eventful times and
Genuine Merits to Win
Aultman secretary and Mrs. J. C. should incite us to meditation afreshon Required Ater
'0 the fundamental principles of human PIANO PLAYER WANTED ; .
Robinson treasurer. The new board .
of directors includes Mrs. S. B. Ault- life. We can but be impressedwith the Peoples Confidence once. Address P. O. Box 434 Kissiitimee -)

man.Mra. L. W. Winn and Mrs. H. the fact that the interdependence -Well I should or telephone No. 273. J' '.
.' so. .
:;
i "" : 1 tf of the human The fact say
"." 'I i Phana.. race. Have to FOR of the
you ever stopped reason SALE-r-One finest grovesin >
r., . \,% '; Ater the, election of the new offi that the European war has brought so
: ; why it is that so many products that Osceola: county I located only on. -
" .)sri'It'we.' anned to nt. much anxiety and embarrassment to mile from {limits. "
T i, ir+ evening are extensively advertised all at once city Fortyfiveacres -
I. the United thatno u
,f. ''''\Ii\\.' outgoing officers on Tuesday States suffer us drop out of sight and are soon forgotten .See window of tost citrus landl'twpnty at.
4 '. ..' 12 and to''' Invite the public) nation can without hurt to at
k ;. ." .. .' January T The reason is plain-the article acres in splendid bearing trees'Finest -.'
( ', the Qthers. It is equally-true, that I
no
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"to this reception.
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t a individual can suffer without hurt to did not fulfil the promises of the man- variety of'fruit. You can i get.t)'
tlc 1; 'ufacturer. This applies more particu- this grove direct from the j ownerJand I
,. G. A. R. INSTALLATION.: some other individual. Hence the obligation \ '
larly to a medicine. A medicinal prep- save real-estate commissions.. i''
d O. O. Howard post. No. 35, department for each to so guard his words aration that has real curative value Address Box 427, Kissimme, Fla. ,:.... .
and actions as to help and not hinder
I of Florida held their annual installation -
almost sells itself like endless "
as an
i_ 1 of officers Wednesday at his fellow beings. Cole Co. .
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chain the is
W the G. A. R. hall in the Graystone What is true of individuals and nations mended system by those who remedy haVe recom-I Jewelry RENT-Ten-room two-atory}
tja I 6'" building. About twenty-five members is true also of classes. The lab modern house garage, stable gar-1' }'-1'1'FOR
(efited to those who are in need of it. '
orer can not suffer without hurt to the den, good location. v
.c of the post were present and in addition Ii
A "Take
there were many visitors present, capitalist, nor vice versa. What brings for example prominent Dr. Kilmer's druggist Swamp-Root says Next door to Osceola Pharmacy Five-room cottage nicely fum'bed. ; :
continuous and beautiful locati m, fine viw of the' ,
prosperityto
permanent !
including their wives and G. A. It. )I 'b
a preparation I have sold for "
many-
the one, will accomplish the samething lake. :
friends from other states. Followingwere
for the other. There is mutual years and never hesitate to recommend : f H. E. COLE, Manager YStanford's We also have 40 acres SPI
the officers Installed
: for in almost case it showsexcellent I )
evry farming and land
Edward LeLonde commandant ! ;
and wise and unwise culturedand results. as many of my I good flowing well, within 2 ndicl1:
a j Martin Cosner, senior vicecommandant poor tomers. testify. No other kidney CUS-I :-+0000 G G f H11 t 0 G G O <->-OI :"''''' miles of Kissimmee. Nelson (
Samuel vice-com I 'uncultured, moral and immoral, :
; Bailey junior that I know of has
edy so I Co., Kissimmee, Fla.
public officials and private citizens,
mandant; W. T. Vail, officer day; J. sale." -

s .- D. Smith, officer guard; J. B. Eby, and all other contrasted classes., aswell According: to sworn statements and I' A.1; :;

1 adjutant; C. W. Barrett, quartermaster as those not in contrast; are verified testimony. of thousands who DWELLINGS for rent opply to. 1C. ?:'::1 'i
'( bound together. Hence all these Tiller. .
N. Schatzlein, sergeant up '1"r
sergeant; / have used the preparation, the successof I ;
classes should so adjust themselves to
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major. . their own tasks in such manner as not Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to Stanford'sWe FOR RENT OR SALETwoatetystore .
the fact that it fulfils almost I I I ]
s +;, FIVE IIlNDIUm'LUII. only to promote their own interests, wish in overcoming kidney, liver every and I, building on Brack St.. North
t Misses Virginia and Angie Makin- but to aid all with whom they come bladder diseases, corrects urinary'' Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford
son entertained ..the Five Hundred in touch to better living. Let us try
troubles and neutralizes the uric acid |
t club at their home on East Lake street to work at oar problems with these which rheumatism. WANTEIV-Orders for cypress field' 11
t afternoon. The new idea broad views in mind. causei I boxes. Prices Oscoela '
+ \ Friday year right.
You receive bottle of Lumno
a sample Want You
.' was carried out in the house decorations METIIOUIST may j To Come ber & Furniture Qo. 29-tf
THE ) \ CHURCH. Swamp-Root by Parcels Pout. Address 1;
of the Favors
and details\
party. ,
F J, little' books entitled New Year1I' Sunday morning the pastor will Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, | 1
were preach on "The Kings Business N. Y., and enclose ten cents; also mention STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.x0 "tr4'
with bonbons. Mrs. and Examine These
filled\ He-I SuitsWe
i Resolutions Woodbeck won, the first prize, a hand- quireth llnste" In the evening, the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. | for 1,000. Cabbage plants at *1. 0.., *;?:.i..'
Miss Marion 'Lord Hath Need of You." A cordial 3-4t Peach, plum pear and cherry: trees, ,>::,tat
painted spoon t ray. 10 to 15 cents each. John Lill'ht- t.
I
Porter received the truest prize, handle the famous brand of SCHLOSS BROTHERS' Clothing foot, E. Chattanooga, Tenn. . r'
(. ,r "I painted score cards. with 11H5! on them -:-->:-.- : I
I known all the countryvfor their and
over reliability splendid wearing
consolation FO-R
the
Mrs. Ragsdale ;
and SALE Three lots 50xlOT hiJ-:
'G4 prize. A delicious .salad course. was qualities. They come in all sizes, styles and fabrics, cut to fit and Lilly ea ; :
Patrick and
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_ corner avehue;!.r' .
'" t'r served after the games. Those present : built to They cheaper because they longer. five-room ".;"",
} To the People of Kissimmee I weary are wear cotage, two pumps, fruit ".
f J were Misses Mildred Turville Marion ,Porter Sue :; Come in and see them. % t trees, good barn, stable and chicken1: .

_ p l, ?. Watson., Mary Amy Dixon Makinson, Ruby Ellis, Lenora- Prices range frrqm, $15.00 to _______________ __ DeW *00 houses.cash, balance A bargain like rent.at $1,000 Address; $600 W.t\?

Richards Bay, Mrs. Sears, Mrs. Clark, A. McLaughlin, TampaFla., eared "

i' Mrs. Katz, Mrs. Wopdbeck Mrs Notice H Stetson Hats -- Sulphur Springs Box. 2-2teri i; ,

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FOR
RENT-House .
!I SOUR. ACID GASES STOMACHS.OR INDIGESTION I It isn't necessary for ni to>> tell you about the wearing qualities of nished. Mrs. J. H. completely'., 'Pbont.:

i these Hats. They are the best to be l bad and when you wear a Stetson 204. ,Zt. ,"

Each "Pape's Dlapepsln" Digests 3000 New Fair MEAT MARKETwill I you are riflit in style. C/% to /f f\f\ ,. :.u'4-: ..$. '

4 ) grains food ending all stomach .i jI Play I See them at $ 3 $ FOR RENT-8-room residnished. for. ', 4 .
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V- .* in five minutes. ta'oem .
misery J-: 6-room. $10 ,yt.
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I \ ___ I Other Hats at _______________$2.00 ,
open next Saturday January 9th at ----- ----- - -------------- $9. E. E. Wella, real estate and mI1Iranee. -;!'. d

= r .!;+. Time itl I In five minutes all stomach I Caps, aU styles, at --__::_-_______.----__: __________25< to $1.00 202 Broadway.. ." fr, .j
'' i distress will go. No indigestion:! 'I 12 DARLINGTON A.VE. ....

'I. heartburn sourness or belching ofgas I You can reduce the high -cost of living by dealing at die F A lit! In Our Shoe DepartmentQUEEN WANTED list of stock '....I,
< uodia..ewi "- and
acid or Delations -- ange groves trucking far_
j1'1 \w V PLAY MEA T MAR K E T where treatment "
food" tie :dizziness, blotting foul courteous will always I sell to oi r northern clients: Wo1. '

',' '. ,-*.> breath. or headache. await, yon and where every pound of neat will eoa'tain a F U L L 1 .QUALITY SHOES
i.MblJ. : FpW''DiapolMiv Is noted for its OUNCES of thefiaest Florida aid Western mews |he market afrford. I ."",U>WentaaV'Shoe ..d.._ tIi.! $4'.SO parties, who will bo hereafttirthelolidayo ,

..N J, s peed.In-regulating upset stomachs ... If d.'t.c... ken Y O U LOSE' aioaey.: Co.. axl THE FLORSHEIM.Man's ." } want to buy property.1'
h,,% .' ifis the jurest \uicVest. stomach rem yon ., 'W5 "W* are going to get out a Teal

: *.w It :!:. 'r. f.Ul' 14 tbe'pboe.w rlcl.an6 ti'.tlder t it Make -. prove'it. ' rr' 'a She* --.. .x.*'--------..-..----.-_-;: ..00, tale bulletin advertising propert .
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,t j. ..' Jurrmre...,.'J Put an .ndiftoraaeh .l ''' and distribute'these desc iptlonrethroughout
1\ /.I., ; ; : : : .DOUGLAS..SHOE knew from Gast .
... ;' r !'' ' :-. vbl...,...... CIw4g a I dt" i : ; ,$3.50Stanford ,. the north: and .west and':
Alit : ; to Oast: fr rtjkand> .dir-Wity... :. .: .... ..' i
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I:>, .J. .eent'ca.e of :Pope's. Dispepdnu JOEPo' E s. .. I . .?*: %. who/will!.give n,, a, faithftj: I lylarasonaW
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