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 15, 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: VID00681
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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Injured 'Italy9 Earthquake: '


';" ;CONDITIONS: l a BE' ,STARTEDSOON 'INSESalON''TWSWEEK ,

Rome Jan. Additional and the king,. despite the j
: Italy, 15.;- : protests\ of '. I
and more accurate details bf yester- government officials who urged that '
the international situation I
demanded
IMPROVING INDORSED day' earthquake increases the horror -
[ his presence in Rome, has gone to the ;
of it. It is said to be a greaterdl..ster vicinity bf Avetuno. t ,

than Messina. The railroad, telegraph and telephone *.
The list of the dead and dying: and line! are seriously interrupted v

Local Growers Approveof injured has increased from a relatively throughout the earthquake belt which W. S. Witham'of AtlantaToHead _
:Confidence In South East small\ number last night to more is estimated to be three hundred miles vy'Docket, For January

than fifty thousand, according to official long. ,
announcement this afternoon. Avexzano, the center of the disturbance

c' DelogEstahliihedi Principles It grow.is expected that this number will reported, was totally a town destroyed.of 12,000, and Many is . ,It :. : ': "Term I !! !,' .

:MANY STORIES OF RENEWED TWENTY-TWO MEN: SIGNIFIED In Rome priceless statues and others towns are reported wrecked or PROPOSED TO MAKE NEW Fl.' .

!' PROSPERITY COME' FROM ALL INTENTION OF TAKING STOCK structures were destroyed or Injured. destroyed. No one w>s killed' here, NANCIAL INSTITUTION TRUST NEW PROSECUTING ATTORNEY"

."'. SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH. DEMAND IN NEW BODY .... ,VAN DER The most disastrous disturbance. though historic structures were badly COMPANY-WILL BE ONE OF A SWORN IN TUESDAY-W. B. .
'w FOR COTTON GROWING. MEERSCH TEMPORARY PRESI- seem centered in the vicinity of Avez- damaged. CHAIN OF THIRTY IN FLORIDA'f CRAWFORD SUCCEEDS H- D.. \ -
DENT. zano where 15,000 are reported to Premier Salandra is in charge of ,GEICER. TO. ,THAT OFFICE, ' .
'c, Columbus. Ga., Jan. 15.-The lnv have been killed and Injured.The the, the relief work and special train. Prospect are bright for a new.bank "" "
dnstrial Index says in its issue for The action of the Osceola County earthquake belt covered the have been sent to the earthquakezone I in Kl aimmee. The January term of ounty 'court 4 ______
4 this1 week: Fruit and Truck Growers associationlast whole central portion of Italy extending with doctors and nurses and W. 8. Witham. of Atlanta, at the has been in session all this week hav,

,,::1' Even the first few day. of the year, Saturday in approving the principle from Naples to Ferraro. The many of the necessities. head of the well known Witham banks ing convened\ Monday, and although .

,. are furnishing( evidence that the confidence set forth in the prospectus of full\ extent of the property loss is un- Scientists think the shock geograph- throughout the south, was In the city the cou.rt'I'1.'sswa.deIayd' by not I '
of southeast business men in the proposed co-operative society of estimated. I j I ic and not volcanic. Vesuvius Isn't Thursday and stated to a valley Gazette . having a prosecuting attorney until .
.rthe prospects has a substantial foun and for tbe Florida farmers and the Relief measures have been started, active. representative that he was here W. R Crawford was sworn in on.Toea-

I dation. Here are a few illustrativeitem fact that twenty-two men of those I II I- ._" .". ., -- -- for a conference with local pnoole day, a large number. case ,have _ _
that point to prosperity: present at this meeting signified their with the view of organizing a third been disposed of., When court opened' ,,

I "An Increase has been made in the --. - . - - - . _ . II I I II bank here in the near future. Mr. Friday morning there was still one '
yy .y 9999VV AUTO BARELY MISSES i DONEGAN ORGANIZES crimlnal.ea.. )
I force of employee of railroad shops + : Witham would not say that the new'i the and several ehU'CtUM' .,,
': at New Decatur, Ala.f' GROWERS MEET bank has been definitely decided upon on docket but it. ..: expected,

"An extensive lumber plant at Sunflower | AGAIN:! SATURDAY COLLISION WITH TRAIN I 1 ]I but he said that he expected to have that the court will finish Its work' ;"for
the v
: :j BANK IN EAU GALLIE term Saturday
Ala., i. to be placed in opera- I -__, some information to Impart to the Crlatlul afternoon.Oaae ', '
< .tion immediately. It has been idle + The Osceoln; County Fruit and public in the next two or three weeks.It The tate proaecuted In tha-- ',fC llo.In. ..,

since soon after the. war in Europewas Truck Growers association will Grover Huppel and Rev. A. M. 'I is understood that plans have so caaes: Annla WI.dn.I'I7tD", ,
begun. A. E. Donegan of the Citizens bank, far 'progressed until site for the .ronrotilfd weapona. 'nol prosssd .
meet Saturday, January 1(5( at + Cluxholm narrowly escaped collidingwith a : Otinle
a''i A woodworking company of Gads-. < 9'30: o'clock in Ov city hall in > I Belt this city is organizing a new bank bank has been considered. Wlrvlna...., carrylnplatol without U-,
1 a Sugar train at the Church nol proceed Olll Thomas,
at Eau Gallie Fla The Record of ; aaaaalt lot
. ",' den, Ala., has received an order for <. regular business session. All street crossing a few days ago, when I That Kissimmee and surrounding and battery, nol pro.Md;, Tom DI...., ...
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1,500 windows and another for 900. <. members are requested, to be the car they were in was driven almost that place says that the bank will occupy vicinity is in need of another bank, .tilingwhUky.. .fn a dry county, not <. ...
It has of quarters in the Gleason building, Mr proaa d; Barney Darby earrylngeoa.coaled -
t begun operation its plant. "> present.. <* Witham in positive. lie stated
onto the track l before they realized and that the bank will for business -I waapona. nol proased; Ullfe May .
"Shipping from the of Savannah open that he considered this
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that a great sec Monroe, aggravated aaaavlt ,
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has revived to such an extent that .O->< :<">OX"><>->O---"X.---.:":..:.:. few feet a fast-moving The train train was failed only to a I in a short time. Mr. Doneganis I tion with a big future before it. Minnie I,. H.,... aelllnirwhl.kr pressed In dry, ; ,,)t. ',
in December only ten less foreign' intention of taking stork in the cooperative for away.the crossing and the men I Iwhistle to he president of the bank and it When asked if the new bank wouldlie 1 flllDK county nol pressed, ; W H. Weaver.. '. ,

ships sailed from that port than in body assures. that thin. organization did not hear it until they were in imminent is understood that A. W. Gustus, nowansitant I a state or national institution Mr. ''B... and whisky others nol catchIng pressed flan Lewis without -
1 December of 1913.Lumber will he formed in the near danger of being caught right of the Citizens bank, will go I Witham said it was proposed to makeit llocna.'. Information "'uasb.d'L.w.!/ ". I
by Carloads. I to ]Ecu\ Gallie as cashier of the new trust and that he la Basa and othera caUhlnc flaiv with . ,
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I, fill iire. With such Ktrong, { nucleushere in its path Mr Huppel who was at a company was sein. .
Information "
"4 lumber company of Quitman, (he promoters of co-operative the I institution. of the opinion that the trust company ojuaahadi John Alexander ... <
wheel, on seeing the danger steer charged with larceny. Inform* ',.'
. Miss., received orders in three days feel confident" that when the Mate al nil the car so sharply to one side as Mr. Donegan is rapidly increasing is the thing needed here. L tlon quashed. ; A. smith, .Ilin. whIsky,. .)"" \
rt for a total of 100 carloads of hardwood large: has an opportunity to see the to almost oveiturn it but out of dan- I his hanking interests. lie recently The Witham banks number 150 of Information quaabod. Jo.. Psm.r.ataravated .
organized and trust aaaaalt found 'and1'
banking iriillty
: lumber. a company The
I charier of the society and to realizefully ger of the train and down the street which thirty are in FIori4a. j 1 sentenced to It days at hard labor In Js
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I ".' "It i. stated that the outputs to July I in St. Cloud and is largely interested nearest to this is in Or
. what it will mean for the agricultural running parallel with the track one point default of MO- fine John Sloan! saltier '
;: ill next, of two hosiery mills of Colum- intermix of the state that the The experience that Mr in that as well as the threeor lando. Mr. Witham explains that I whlaky, found guilty and aentenead to
Ga. have been sold. was one I four other institutions he ill connected i four month In jail: WIII.Qulac. aaUInir .
I t'bue, growth of the organization! will bo Hupp! and Mr. Chisholm do not care with.WANT they are not a chain of banks, in i whlaky found rullty and,i Mntanoe -
I t .9c "Extensive gingham mills nearLq rapid. to have again and might have resulted the acepted sense of that term, but I I to. thirty daya: Jerry Dunn. oarrylnsr 1
'. heater, S. C., have been placed in -" I that of interests eonmaled .
There was only one change/ sUggested seriously if they had been a half they are community weapon plead fwlltyt. \
r tt'i' __ ration after having been shut down fn the prospectus submitted to the second later in discovering the train BANQUET ROOM banks, each being entirely separate t plead anne suspended I"IlIt,.. aentno; L.'I. H.".,. larceny.'
suspended Brnt
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"t"" *' for some time. The mill has a large local growers Saturday and that was I approaching them.O'BERRYTOTEL. from the others.On I .. WiUlarao. KirraTted .....IIIt. foundKilty
r. '.wi payroll. that stockholders should not be limit- the visit here he was aceompaiiI fined tit and eosts or 'thirty '
r., "A manufacturing plant of Macon, ed to producers alone but that the - IN FRATERNITY led by R. L. Hyer William . I 'In ; Cba.. Davis charged with ..n. c
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: ,. Ca., is making 87,000 dozen pairs of charter be drawn so as to allow people AT : HALL]4* ,t>. Boggs. capitalists of Orlando, I Alexander*. whisky.trIed '-ho, .. for French soldiers.Arrangementa interested in other industry to be- and a number prominent local people I j I quitted; R. H. 'Ludlam.-fjolngbnslasaa .

- are being perfected come members also.Aultman The lodges with rooms in the Fraternity were at the conference .Thursdayand .without'...r, dolnr a Ilmtiae.bud...continued. without;.aTll JrLo,.eiwf4 Me
for the construction of three railroads
; in Chair.S. Ilall.tfr Stewart are interested in the project. I M I
WHITTIER BURNSWhittier avenue have continued-; O- HeKa7,' dolnn- bu.U
: 'in Florida, the respective lengths to be B. Aultman, president of the local made a request of the board of trustees r ne.. without a' ll rene. htlnu..e-Wll-. -
eventy-five, thirty and twelve miles. association, was in the chair at of the hall, asking that a banquetroom I i I.! Gray carrying oooeeUed weapona
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4 ,?A winter resort I la to be establish- this meeting and in addition to approving people in the city this week be put in on the second floor of Up GocsWheat I continued and; John battery Thompson, and. steers.asault ,.

l",- 'ed-upon Florida tract of 640 acres, the co-operative routine business brought the information that the J. the building in order to give added I, tsvIi e.continued-.., T
.. ''which has just been purchased for the was transacted. The secretary A. O'Berry hotel at that place was accommodations for social events of and Down Comes Mach Bros. va. H. Q.";;*..trl.p, and 1 _

.. ; Thompson
\' Hotel and other buildings ney of the Florida XJrowera'' and'Ship O'Berry was in Dade county at the date _all such affairs have had to be rle Keacer/ attachment 'tried va Mra., verdict Car-
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\ will be. '.erected. pers' league in reference to Florida time but his family and'several guests given' In the lodge room and the Size Cf Loaves)I:' for. plaintiff Doyl H.arn.t-aIvs. B. '

: New Corporation grapefruit being featured on the din- were occupying the hotel. It i. supposed societies find this more- inconvenient ,I .U..Amra O. L, damages. non-ault) B. V. Oobk-} 4\. .
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Minimum capital stocks aggregating cost per portion having been cut so open fireplace. House and furnishings I suggested: for the banquet Washington, D.'C.-.Smaller loaves Maehtnaoonspaay. ,.. I. Km ry .Raah." ,
:.- '' 91,149,700' have been organized 'during as to Induce a more general use of the were insured for $2,500. !'room and being. considered by the of bread or advance of price Is one ,damasea.. tried verdict' tor oeNndant!, >;; .r

'. the week. fruit. Mr. Tenney stated that the 1' board are that some of the partitions likely result in the rise of wheat in the -- ::'. < '.,
: '.Among the Items of construction other be taken out the opinion of Charles'J. Brand.chief of -
league was endeavoring to get KISSIMMEE on second floor so
BOYS rIMETOPAf
i'work'to, be done, as reported this DEFEAT I the federal bureau of market SO N
southern follow this to make
railways to ex- BAKTOW as one big room with a
,:, IN R:\SKETBAU.The !. .
: week Moreover Mr. Brand .
.. are: ample. kitchen arrangement in the back. It i believes the -
'**Bridg s, Bradentown and Volusia An ,information blank, also received \ is quite likely that this innovation !| American farmer will not be a firsthand ': I.
; k ,ounty, Florida and Montgomery from league headquurtei asked Ohctola High school basketball will be made as all interest bearing I beneficiary of the soaring prices. : YOVRPOLLAXES
"',county, Alabama; agricultural college team defeated the Rartow High schoolboys With good prices and good markets
for KUg( / "stions an to how the leufructould debts against the building have been .
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: ... fSoildintrB, Athens, Ga.; church build- h... of more benefit to the local in a hard fought panic played onthe paid off and all parties interested feel which have prevailed for the- lust few' '

intf: Florida City Fla.; courthouse, I nssoi'mtioi, ,i'. (.t.:. This t the secretarywas t Kissiinn'-e field last Sat UJ .lti\ H f- that improvements can now be made months, Mr. Brand believes a major I I;, March 27 la the date"fol' the g.n.\ )\ .
;w.4 tjEvaita: : county Georgia; telephone exchange I in'i 11 i lj, ted to fill\ oil and retuin teinoon, the score being 20 to 18.Vheii j I In 1008, when it was decided to I i portion of the 1914 wheat crop no eral! election this year. According to, :
1. building and passenger sta-, 1 Foul I new memlioicre, eniolled at \ t tune was up .IIt th i ml I of HI- luiil, I the Fraternity Hall, money had I longer 15. owned by the farmers but i I law voters mnst-pay-Ttheir poll tax ,

lion, ,Milltown, Ga.; factory building. t Him I I""pf tine, ,niniil\);', Byron Pi'k'r-, :SKI,ml half I t the score, stood tied, with to I..., Imnowed to do it with. It is a has passed to the hands of the elevator I on or before the second Saturday of -

Florence, S. C.; garage, Bnmmghani lug, \\. R Hiow, n. I \\'' Pr, ,-"'tis, and eighteen points. apt '('I'( and after mailer of gratification to the entire I mon and the grain dealers. No statistics the month preceding the month in ..s.
-..' Ala.: paving, Jacksonville, Fla; school !I )i r .J J 1 I'. '1'hoinpsotUpon ( .. mudi ar"uJtwllt,! and,, 1 !prot<., t...ntin) < it t. that the building is now free have been gathered to support I: which an election is to be held so in
t building, Chipley, Fin.; sewers, Brad I I H h'- ('ol1lpl'llOn< of routine game wns continued until! iCissimmec.i I flom i debt. The hoard of trustees, ,I that view but officials of the department order to qualify for the city election'
)." entown, FI..Cpnstruction, business( the association adjourned to I ,l'u/J tu o point-_ I\i, thr Ihio-viog of who have ilraigt! of Hu hall, includesC say experience and practice war- poll taxes must be paid on or before
contracts haw )lien allow for the -'mioffici..1 organiat free ronls l by their center, \V. Tiller. L. Handy, II. N. Hrattoji C W I' rants such a conclusion. I Saturday, February 12. :;;

1': "awarded as follows: Church building.; t ion of the co-onerati\e .society Sf> t that i Jai' roll for the locals and .Super for tho ] Dana, B C. Miller, M. J. Hicks and A resolution asking the secretary of All voters should talc.note of this, r
;5 Tuscaloosa Ala.; leveeat'k"dale\ I its work could he begun at once' \ioitois wenhtars. of the game A I! J. A Lancabtei Hirruultme for information as to production fact.. :. I I $
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'district, Mississippi; bridge, Tort I &u- Appoint Committee.All large crowd witnessed the contest consumption and exportation I Interest in city politics is beginning
derdale Fla.; bank building Pied- of th/!" twenty-five or thirty which was the best exhibition of the of cerenja} beef, pork and other food I i to be lively. A number of candidate.
Icoont Ala. dot > here this W. B CRAWFORD\ NEW and for details for the various office have
; agricultural college growers present for the called session sport seen season Lineup j products as to wheat already -
Kiltory,. Olive Branch, Miss.; paving, of the association stayed for the meeting for the two teams was as follows prices were introduced today by Representative I made their formal announcements, '
I Ala. and Fla. Ki"simmeeJohn"on Farr of but there is talk of several '
Birmingham Tampa, ; following it and expressed much and Cooper, Pennsylvania. Mr. ,other
.road, Hillsborough\ county, I'la; school enthusiasm in the co-operative left forwards; Jarrell, right forward; COUNTY ATTORNEY I III. Farr said he wished/ to ascertain if entering the race. .
"," building: Dallas, Ga.; viaduct, Jack- posed. Andre Van der Meersch pro-was Tiller, center; Carson, left,guard; Beu- there was any danger of a food :

,'eonville, .." elected ter, right guard. I'' ;: -; age in the United States Bhort-I MORE '.
temporal president! and after I). I). (.eigerforwardedhisresigna- : THAN
-- general discussion. it was unanimously RnrtrtW-TlUman' . )left' frtrnmt' : nuri UB iDuniy jwti u i''iivr
right forward ;; : I pi uiioiney .
GERMAN decided that Mr. Van der Soper ; Wiggins cent | to Governor Trammel on last Saturday -I' BAKERIES FORCED TO
1. ARMY II CLOSE.
: t t.er; Boynton, lett guard 1'rice, right
Meorsch, S. B Aultman, Ambrose guard. ; and Monday W. H Crawford, a Chicago. III.-More than 200 small UNEMPLOYED IN N1!.
Moore and S. T Pansier should serve _. well known at'oi' 'icy fo the city was baking establishments have been compelled ,
STIE BACH | as a committee to select a provisionali -- ---- appointed to fill out Mr. Geiger's un- to close because of the hi8'hprice _
OCCUPIES i of directors so that the work COUNTRY CLUB TO OPEN I expired term. Mr Crawford has of flour.Authorities. New York, N. Y.,-According to fljr- i I

( ., I, of organization could proceed. Then FOR WINTER SEASON:!I served the county before in the capacity in the baking trade said ures compiled for the public forum of s it '1. '
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the following men signified their desire of prosecuting attorney and unless the market fell sharply within the Church of the Ascension! and mad :
.. Berlin; Germany-(Via Wireless, to become stockholders: J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Smith, who | w recognized as an able lawyer. His the next two or three weeks bread public a partial list of the unemployed J.
rVia .y-TlJle-lt) is announced by the I'rcntis, Clark Howell, Andre Van der until recently conducted a tea room I appointment was urged by practically would be advanced to six cents a loaf. in Greater New York total 662,700. i
.t Imperial'Press bureau that a dispatchreceived''from Meersch, W. J. Fripp, G. Saint Gau- on Darlington avenue, have been pre I II all the members of the legal profession - The number of homeless person in I I t.

i Dasel, Switz.crland, dens 11. Barnere", Peter Bussemer, J. vailed upon to take Yharge of the Kis- j end county officials. I SIZF OF LOAVES REDUCED. the city who have not the price of ..t I i
) 'State' that the Cermars hay.> again F. Thompson, Paul Klinkhammer, simmee Golf and Country club and the 1, I Mr. Crawford is well known throughthe 'Chicn o, III.-Loaves of bread have i. shelter; is estimated at 60,000. ,

fully'occupied,'! Steinbach, the French Math I. Schreifels. A. M. Sensiba, clubhouse will be opened immediatelyfor entire state. He is a partner in been reduced three ounces in weight' Arrangements were mad., to turnover :
.t .retreating. with( heavy losses to Thann. Ambrose Moore, M. D. Alexander, W. the season. Mr. and Mrs. Smith I 1 f the law firm of Vans Agnew and and master baker. announced that if the report to City, Chamberlain :i
f'" :Steinbach is eight miles west of K. Brown, Charles Neid, B. E. Evans, took up their residence at the clubhouse Crawford with offices here and in flour prices went higher they wouldbe Bruere, who agreed to consider it in Jan
: Mnelbausen fn Alsace. It was occupied -; S. B. Aultman, Sylvester Meyers, P. Thursday. Their ability as caterers -I! Jacksonville. lie is also grand historian compelled to raise prices insteadof official capacity. The report said 1

't'* by,the French'a week ago after a I J. Hisleman, F. II. Lawson Gordon is well known and there will t.| of the Kappa Alpha society and i I Ii further curtailing weight.; that about 126,000 of the unemployed (
terrific bombardment and severe Nye, and S. T. Fansler. doubtless be many a merry party at i a former editor of the Pensacola 1 -4 were women, and asserted that Immorality +
, ,hand fighting in the streets. Thann is As there was no further business to the club through the winter. News. I i WHEAT SOARS IN PORTLAND. was greatly on the Inerea o. I

j.c the French base, three miles west off' be transacted at that time, the meeting Mr. Crawford:! was sworn in Tuesday I I Portland, Ore.-Ten thousand bushels -

,\' Steinbach! ; adjourned. TWO NEW BUSINESS | morning and began his work immediately -I I of May blue stem wheat sold on NO APPOINTMENT YET 1

,*p'J;' : - PLACES FOR CITY :, as the January term of i ii I the Portland exchange today at $1.48a FOR GAME WARDEN j
,* USH:'OP DRI1GLAIMEDpTOBEONTIIE i county court is in session this week. j ji bushel, said to be the highest '
PROSPECfuslF : price ;
The Midget cafe with H E. Bryanas : I State commissioner of fish and 04 j
:,;. INCREASE
; I II Tor this
paid for
manager and the Cash Meat mar- i i HOnCL' many years varietyof game, E. Z. Jones, has a* yet made
JiW'YorV' >-Dr.: Wright, the emit. ket in charge of Joe Powers are two j j My attention hit* been called to the I States.wheat at any point in the United no 'appointment to fill the, .vacancy '' :

.ociologist;;' has created'a sensa- NEW GO-OPERATIVE new places opening for business fart that some .iib.crlbeni to 'the Uto- caused b3( Marion Carton'*' resignation ' ;
>by showing the 'increasing: quan.of within the past few days. Both are: l"k..an did pot receive their copies of WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE aa county' game warden.' Mr.
-. located In the block Dar the ..me. This was probably due to
that Fleming I Canon .
: opium are being con. MM on cent In hi., resignationlest '
**MM a mistake In the address and such VOTED DOWN BY CONGRESS ; :
4In.the,United State... He'' def ,IIefe is' the reviaed prospectus of lington venue and are neat and.at- per>on> may rerelre"their., back any copies I week_become. effective !February ,1;. -
cMuw<> j that'',tha 'annual* requirement "the. Florida Producers Co-operative I tractive little places, well prepared and be aaaured pf getting the paper ,Washington-::C.=.The house democratic ,;

','"for,legitimate medical and other pur- association, as approved by local I to fill the wants'. of their respective promptly In .the future If they of will leaders Wednesday predicted 1 NO' QUORUM: PRESENT; ... _, >, "v- ,
notify the circulation manager thaUtolakean ,
Boae*la 60,000, pound.'. but ,that last customers. there wouldn't be further effort I. .ATDOARDOFTI1ADE., '
to
growers and bu.ines.men.. ,In drawing giving their full and correct any .. .. -
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,..r. ort ,than. 480,000 pounds wars' up a .charter forth organizationa . address. C. 4.BUZZA."CIrC1l1atlo.. get woman suffrage before the present I.. Because"'of' the Inclement ..eather.0.;.., '
into thl eountr ; .The BASKETBALL: GAME SATURD y.1 Manaa-er.
_ _brought*. use. change wiU be mad. so aa to allow - session.;, The proposed constitutional I Monday night only a feW ventured OUtiftr; *.
cooUne, opr m and other.dr1gi is, those engaged ,in- ,industrial}, lines, to The Osceola High school boy. havea o'ric amendment enfranchising women 'wee I to the .board .of trade ,meeting.' :"A*, -
jrajnMt ,to Mr 'largely .011' the In.> ; basketball fame scheduled for tomorrow Nottce Is hereby gIven t.at' In rcie.to defeated ',204 I '..
become stockholders also.) '. yesterday 17-', V ,
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rllts:. ASSIST To, .\ifeh.balanca. frowi..|.last OUi report*tot>:M4k_.>..... I.. *-'! that for.' The Klailmnma they board. bad.poe only aohool Inr been.ttrat1oa,No.payloaT 11.- "ltht"1'\-Mia 01.* and to look Oeo.Into W.the Overstreet matter ,and' committee tak toward* sschsteps th i J" c.1NY I G.. E'Y' : WEll 1AKESVP'ScHoOLOUTLj' I


', "- ' To amount received, : :trom.._.,,tax_:.. ua" Luejr iWltherapoon. $(0.00 par month, i 1'.rtr.i. :::I'41t..aarr -I : : : \
: co*.lot.or. tus "' and. _h.r... same aho.ld tiar b.ii The board flndlnsthat lbs late' W ElECTSDIRECTOe :

1.10 "('.00. ,Instructed Superintendent Bear* O. Parson de.ded on* acre of land In : !!! V1C

ft ; Mat 2.4111 to draw warrant for $15.00,' mount notion 14. township IT south ran*. I. ,
i OjlTOFWORK By paid warrant .e par of back. pay due her. 1$ east to the county for school purposes ,

k : ,, B.t.no. -?-,...__-.-.--.--.. { 1.111 r( Teacher ahowlnc; there report were in and not for a achool sufficient Mo. grantor. the If same the to revert .to the, said The "annual'meetIng, of the Pennsylvania B.' Yowell has resigned M.'jH al. {t.
county 'oeaaed to. use,
: 8. U LUPFMR.. number of pupil to maintain said aame for school purposes. and that the ..Oil Co., was held In this city tion'with th* Water ft Carson Grocery . '
4 : County Treasurer. chool the board having. paused a: rule saId W. C. Parsons paid more than one- Monday, at which time reports of the company, and i* spending this' "
YOUNG'MAN "DOWN. AND OUT"BEFORE t that-, there must be an enrollment of half of the costs of th* '
Improvement progress mad on drilling of a 'well month In the office of the superintend '
Warranta In of $tt'.T8 ten and ,
the were of
aum an average eight pupils, on said .
:e ; $ AND AFTER BEING IN examined and I.U8 .lon and aajd. school not coming up to aald a* a 'ltalr';: fact and, that had the only count/, spent prospecting for oil. at ,Kisstrame ent of ,public .cboolat. going; over the: ', i''
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iJcrrrs CHARGE AROUSED IN aa follow: ,=.n 205 7 1n1i:: SOI, .enrollment Superintendent Sears wa. about flOO on same, and the oard also Park were beard, and the following work with Supt.:,W. J. Sears prepar1: 1

r TEREST. OF TOWN BOYS. HOt. 10*. 111. IlL MO. *I6. 88*. 40.; $47, Instructpd' to notify the teacher at flndlns that sam had not been used director were elected 'tot the year atory to assuming charge of the of.
HI1. 855. 86*. 8(1. SCI. Ill 8SO 801. SOL once that said school should be discontinued for school '
: purposes for the last six }
\ '. : 807. 220 144 84t. 11811. 8t>. and.al.o direct the teacher to eight years the owners of saId or C. W. Ward,. W. A. McCool., G. F. flee the first of February, when Mr.1'''

j. ; ) li1s..a story In which several of I Bill were. approved and warrant end In her final report for the time arty having mad demand on the county prop-- Kribbs,Arthur E. Donecan,' .- .;' Lesley Sears' resignation will become effec:

the young men of the city and a young issued aa follow: taua-ht. for -m. deed to same and same bains; W. B. Crawford and C. A. Carson. tive. ;,
The ? .
trustees In and for ..ub.oboeldl"trlet :
.. jj "out of work" no longer used for school purposes andoffering .At the director meeting of the ]Mr Yowell announced before hi Selection I'f
) ; were the principals. N7O W. J, Bears sal nupt ._ _$ 116.00K7I -No.4. having recommendedthat to refund the county In the ,
'. .- It/I, "recorded because It reflects the ( WC. Baa, M. H I' I 4.00 l>. C, Rauleraon b.. paid $'.00 PIT sum of $100. upon making; of a quitclaim company just after the stockholders' that if h* was chosen h*!

f Jjtranip problem from an Interesting K7J Ueo. W O ertreet, M B. month and Mra Ada Chandler $10.00per deed to said property. the board meeting C. W. Ward was elected president would devote his entire time' to'' the'

4 P. I. _ .. .__ _ 4.00 month for transportation of pupil., after carefully
considering the
I --- -- -- ; matter W. B. Crawford
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1EaMgI.! and gives of how ; vice-president; work and is starting out at once
an inkling a 878 W W. Chandler M B P. 1 JO (00R74 the board approved ....Id recommenda-. decided to accept said offer. and i upon
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j b12'(part of our citizenry-the younger H I... Laipfer, county tress 7 7K7B tloua and Instructed the *uperlntenderrf. motion duly seconded and carried I Instructed C. A. Carson, treasurer and G. F. to fulfill that pledge. There Is every. f'

iAWprt, with their future.ahead of them HarrIs UownlnK. .-5pJ5.5at to pa\' said amount In the future.The the chairman to sign dead, Kribbs, secretary. reason to believe that he will make an ; >|

Lakeland __ _ ____ B.00 hoard finding upon investigation. to same The submitted to the stock- efficient and school ,
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; L "... think_ about,such thine-n. 876 R M. K\nnii; expenses at that. _It. wa: _Impossible! !I for the childrenLI There belna. : no further. buslnei. the I reports superintendent
:Alssimmee is no different from the Lakeland _ --_ _ _ B.00 i nv I ..vr pnri towaraa securing. instruction board adlournii-- -- -. holders showed that work was nrcurressing -. will doubtless prosper und- r his ,
;. i: wet-age city in its treatment of 877 It F. Webb expenses at In the high school or"h..tra.un..nln..mllly Att..t----: W. J. Bears. I satisfactorily and every stockholder charge. I 'v '

hoboes. Lakeland _ -_ _ _ __ _ S.00 decided to pay the entire Superintendent expressed his satisfaction at W. J. Sear4, !J;
Its officers consider it their Retiring Superintendent (i
a amount for the balance of the term. W C BASS
", 878 C N. Carnes, exp< nses at
I i1 duty to arrest and prosecute these Lakeland __ _ Ii.00 The board finding that the deck In Chalrm.n.REED'S the results obtained. Work will continue leaves an enviable record of school l l'.l (

14 :" "derelicts of society" They even accommodate K71! J !I' Hawthorn.txp.risa' tht- superintendent office. was In bad until the well has reached a work accomplished during the several ilyears

the railroads by arresting nt lakeland _ B.OO' r.-palr.. the present one having beenusi depth of at least 3,000 feet if oil or he has been in the office. H* jijfgives
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r 1// d bth for fifteen.
KilO H K HoWfll, expensesst county or twenty BAKERY HAS
: i the fellows who "ride the rods/' Lakeland -_ _ _ B.(in >'tnis, instructed Superintendent gas is not found before the well has up the work February 1 to take j.Jt

p; though why the railroads shouldn't Ill Miss' Helen liass, expenses HinrN to nt once purchase a new desk NEW AUTO DELIVERY been drilled that deep. up his duties of congressman for the ,; ,
_ _ 5 00 for the office, and also decided to refund -
do their nt Lakeland Fourth district It is his intention '
r; : own prosecuting or at Least XH2 Miss Laura Hawthorn.. the sum of $76.00 on typewriter.Superintendent /' t
pay for it, is a question one l Is tempted ,xpins."'. st Lakeland 5>>0HKJ Hears was Instructed Reed's Home Bakery shop will havea Tokio, Japan has five biscuit fac- now to leave for Washington about

to ask sometimes Mia Ethel Mills, *xpnseH" lo flran warrant In the sum of $5.00 new auto delivery on the street ina tories. February 10. f y'I.I I.

(4 } Anyway this is how it came about at Lakeland __ _ _ 6 ('0 "nrh towards defraying. the expenses. few days. The top for the machine 3.I
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Its' Miss Iris Oliver of the two high school ronteatants In .-=
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M that a few weeks ago a young white Lakeland _ _ - 5 ((10IftS I tie clnmatlon contest at Lakeland. has been attractively lettered by E. -

man was hauled off an A. C. L. train, ( MlHS Kledn Doollttl,.. expenses Ther being no further I business the L. Green the sign: painter, and the !

In court and sentencedto at Lakeland 5 OO hoard adjourn until Tuesday. Jan- delivery is very citified in ;
prosecuted appearance.In
.7 1 ; I city list Miss Corn L. Maine, ex- lmrr... A D. 1915..t 9 ?O.... m COULD SCARCELY
addition
: thirty days with the street gang. p.nN.M at lakeland 6 00 .AltiBt W J. HKARS to making the regular ,

r Every day of that time the public was us" Miss. Louise: Thompson, flupi.rlntenilentV city deliveries the auto will make daily

& treated to the sight of seeing this I ,-slit l.akelaiid 500KSK ( \ r HASK trips to St. Cloud.
; I ( M'I Lucv Wltherspoonxp ("lIft Irma nNInnii
white through the Since going into his new location a
LT young man pans .
*'IIHI H nt Lak*"land E 6 OO(
streets to and from work with a group I xx'i( Miss| I'mll'ow.lI.. expensts ",,"""-,,. ,,'I.. .IIInulln 5. 19lfiI few months ago J. H. Reed has been WALK ABOUTAnd

'cj of negro prisoners Rvstybvdy!: knew at Lakeland 6 (IIOMO 'l'h; ,' ,n-nih-rc of the I iaroI itt ', ,' constantly adding improvements to
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about and talked alitout it. ( Mitts, .M r Hrvan ,.xpi I Iini, rio ti.,,, of 4 Hi-.ohii], county eI-o-ieI; and enlarging the capacities of his
'MH* s nt Lnkelanil fi OOMffinllio 0" iii.- :lrol, day .r Ntv.-mii'r. A 1 I .
t1. p; After the thirty days were served '"0 I I \\ oool.itldgtx 1 1014. w'ro' \\. C. H"KI<< of KI..lm". shop. This week a new mixer is being !

1.ak. ]latifl r. OO ...,,,1011 ,,,, I III .. installed which besiden of
the young man was given his. freedom p*'IIH''s at "" i r. .h.,1 h""d dInI being I
Ths does that ,,I', MlBH MllllllH l I ltu..II I IXp I Irll'o, \ I \\1111... BronK"". or Shingle. the most modern type doubles the capacity "
r city not provide released *'us* H III I 1.111.,1.. nil ;. 'Oil" ('ri-i'. '...sldig' In IIIIIt, ro .twol. hOllrol And For Simmer Mr Vincent believe I would have died B I hadsrf
of the in this 1m-ee1 *. -
: bakery particular.
_, prisoners be given money
any ,11"1,11 ,,
'.41. M IHH. ( '\la,"i ,a st,''ulo, "I"'X''O) i N. 2 "I .1 H 1..II"n. "rHI
1 or any clothes and the young man at I I.ak.i-li. ,liii, I ', "III I '1..1. r"III"" I I", ii "d, ror ,,('h..,,) -- taken tt.After. '

,4 L : was still broke and shy a pair of V'H 1 MlHH Ml 101"" n Smith), 'x I"" ,eI 011"11", N.. 7 or 110.. av .. lf..rHI Wa UuUe to Attend to
.. I I.it )Ki In ml. I i"1VI I' iiicM. Iii I ,""iHoit' .1 S Sirs- I began taking Cardul I WM
the street p* IIH H at ( i : : : : : 'In ,
shoes after thirty days on MIlH II II,I I I. II \\ (III '"N XI I ,," Ii ",.? i St.i H. ), ,, "' ,d, ,, r Piles Cured 6 to 14 Days

I If he got out of town he wptilil\ hav I I" ,,,xi. at I i.tk-I.inl/ 1 i r. ("<"l ls t p"I.H.11"1\ ,, < """ and "-lIo-il f... hi"",, Vodr druggist will I refund money Any of Her Housework. treaD) helped, and all three bottle relieved

-z to walk or ride the rod, and he was 'u, \l ins I 1.11, a 1..,din l .ttii I xI c-if, h,," \log ;I'ri s'yiI.-I' his ......nml"I..n, OINTMENT fall to cure sny c..e Olflt't:; .
_ to apply I 1", IIH' H II 11 I La It 1'a i "i,II'M ". I''nsi "M .1 lii' 111), )",'. lOr ciII, ,,,,, or Jfluiltt. .. Blind.Bleeding or Protruding Pile.In Mo H dsy. me entirely.I .
't a sorry looking specimen 7 M I 1.11' I I.. . '11,51, "'' I II..ll fIl til, t'o'n I of twil \II1TH The Bret application .Iyro i Kite and Kest. SOc.
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anywhere for a job with the expectation I al I .,il,I.. laid ', ',"I,, f I Illll,, t till. Iii I Kl, 'I Iii. Kl]I" V "I ft, I I 1 111 Iii I HtM.indav trttened up, and grew to mu4sfroager

i of getting it. sis \\ I I IIIHM i 'I" tin. H at I In, .liiiiiiiil\, \ I II 1115) mill Pleasant Hill. N. C. "I l suffered for
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r ,lint,, II hit .,,, ,,1. in three months I felt like another
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; This in where the deency of ('er-
; 2 Sll 1 \\' .I I SalN, iXplllHlK I a' il 1",1', I c-ompl. 'ti. llu oil. ",ml Send us Your three summers" writes Mrs. Walter "
tain of the young men of the had }IM. . I ,i ">,,.i" 24 1 i v ,It, d l HI"it ni H If FI\ln' \ I
1 ? itself They c ome interested '"'''I Hi ,in, I I' I It.! I 11"ii,"|, on In i t ; Vincent, of this town "and the third and
.. -I.' f.",11.,.MMi Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-
In this tI. .i i h' i s I h N 4 i'. lI"
man
wearing
;. Li young ''''' 1 \7:;i.- \ i"i Ill.I: M I .' ..illi Ill, n ,nn,II"n "f.J I s sti. .ill ...i" s.', ,,in eI I Ii Orders For last time, was my worst.
prison stripes for the offense of being H il t t II I ll i-i' I h, N,, '> 4"I "lU 1 .II"I, \\ ,ill." i I :i ,,i,s,InV ( Iii'," \, a' I acting. Its ingredients have a mild,tonic 't

; S broke and hoboing on the trains, and '.,, !: \II---, I : ...1.) I II I--: H,ihu" \ 1 1. 1.1 i I,.i ti" in.,,i,n, "f M,11,,I I 10.i,* i .1, lOt I |'nlHi 'I' I had dreadful nervous headaches and the
IJ when he hail finished paying the t'it}"s (1/h I I II..h i N.; 1 I" 4" 1111I IIIKI,, i in, II",n, r,n, it 'i ,,unt\, "r i >I., I II effect on womanly constitution.
iii\I. I prostration and was scarcely able to
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( ( debt they took a hand. One of \\ ., , Cirdul makes for increased
r( I I.'h Si"I h :N.I: 1 :I roII" -. i"'" ? .1 I S ITS. hold I l, lllimlMKI, .1" I strength
them raised money among his friends "''" I \ Lam It. I'h...i"in, aHiiiinl\, MIlitI """ ',"d. ,lIt, if. 1<..101''. ',,- HI..IMS: ; walk about. Could not do any of my

to buy the man a pair of shoes, an- Hal' I I Ii t-i h s,'h), ;No I 1:1: 41 niI .1'l Htiuitlon, null,, ,] I<'ehrilalt I \ II 1'0\-\ housework. improves the appetite tones up the nervous -
i 'l'''t, I I I' 1I""lhm'11*' KM,, 111 t V nppialid'' i In I p. i M"n, ilsi. al' Kild ill" I < 'IIANNELI4AN.l.i5
other him a suit, and otHer contributed ,., system, and helps to make pale
gave \ .
,li Ii, Hh-O" 1 :I s HI' Ink an I iiHHiitii d his eI"tI'M) IH M i M AM I also had dreadfu1'! pains In back ,
nece naM articles' of clothes N;" ::1 I 2', .mi,,' iil \ of 14111 Id, 100".1. ItS |1'in\,eI I, d I I I" I illn \\ my sal cheeks fresh and

until the man was made ',nil., MlHS I .,lllla Haw Hi,H, ,lie, 'l lio,,,ml, HIIIH ", inlT-id,, th,"'n fton .."I AlAj SI1AI'E14 and sides and when one of those weak, ow rosy.

that could ask for Hill' ,ti'h >101)h Nil I II I SM tin fI'o'' lu"'Hdanftii tin MINI' Cardui has helped more than a mJIUoa
he
so IH'e"enwhl'I : D N'n :1 0(1(1( Mondaof, , laih, imntli, ,, its I the, Ji\, r"nholding inking spells would come on me, I
e1 ;. some show of being - the city marshal found till Si'h0" 1 4 2 "h.o 2" Ii''" "1 \\' .I I SI\lIH; HOI IKit J'1.A'I'EH'J'NR would have to give up and lie down,

hobo boarding place and through the I ''II,,, MlHH I I., HRll, I 1.. I 1111"I Nat I Sup, I I nt I I,Ill.I 111U It will surely do for you what it has
I a it off.I
i < 1 H' STEEL until wore .
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let, :-11'1\ : : 1 If. I" 'III'
t' influence of the several young men interested 'II 1l.l"I MlHH' 1-:II.I Hll' N.; a ..,,"" ('him I I III",uK IIi C.AI'ANIZEHCOI'I'EH done for them. Try Cardui today.
was certainly in a dreadful state of -
j : ., a job was found for him in sat ti h s* Ii N./ I I"'I I,II fOl' -- (
of the mills of the '" MlHH 1 Ell" H",I N. a ""11\, : AND Writ* laCh.ti.noo... Mfdlcln. Co.. La .1
i ,L one city. Hill I tot ll Oil.' I IS Ni 1'1 :, ,:,IKKI, ,n,, ,,,It-I- ?"i.l .1".0"I r, I "117 health, when I finally decided to try vlijry' Dept.. Ch.tt.nooj. T...... for S c "
1 I'0" 1Mm I 5 "U") I Th., ,,,,.,, ,',1 ..f pljlllll lllHt I U. II Illll, IIit ', I I ZINC SIill'Ei41'lttJSS : Itructioni on,your case .nd __ book, .-
Hl1 I Itliuda I I.in ilK K,tl) t,'Iitill |II"'i'. "elJ"1, I itii.. t..I". I ,w |UI'inl S I CarduL the woman's tonic, and I firmly TmsUseM tor Woman" east .Is pUla. wr_. (:
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theSchool Board iiI ,nd a, pi'I''i d I i f
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Iii s"h00| TO'H ( 40 '11(1, an M IKONOIIH..
f'' - : 1 :. MIH<< I liaxld HUNK lahmSi rET E'R
I. Klsftlmmd Kin Janua; Y 4. 1915 .h No NI s I n Nn riir 2 I'')" ::1'I' \\ \\ ( 'tlil,1I-r,. .!] M I II I II I'I OK AM KINDH

;4 The board of public Instruction, metIn MIH t i I O H Hi i-i.-. I' Soc I 1'0' nn t IriKH i I ( 24 'liii'
regular pension th*"! ** brlnir I I.resent "foIl) ) ;, o \V < it """11"1. M It
II' pupils Si h Vn/ J 11 MSI _
!- \ W C IlnftH chnlrrnnn ; U..o \VOv ; I I. No 3 n ("III \I' I Iwo il 1e1'tlriKH\ K I llllU ))) ALL HAHn WOODS I
r.rp.H nndV \\ 'I if I ItRululph'UI11 i, Set,
\ ; < Blip; I I
W. J. Bear, suprrlnt.ioleuit !if.J MIH I I Li lla Har\\ ,'x-
NOB IX 11 ("Ill IX 11 120.
Mlnutri of the last rn<.>.tlnif were S.'h/ I 226 I"'K''H at I..Jiki.land 5 00 I I "
read and approved. : 955 Juanlta LAUNCHES .
Thompnon txpenmH ,
MS Mrs M V. Sears. rent
c,, ,/f K. I. L.upfer county tirHsurcr.. reported Bch No.1 _UHh __ __ 7 (((0, at Lakeland) _ __ 5 00 DOKIES AND I
7 '; ,1 -' as follows: 9111 '('ar..on Karmer. Ins. Boh 'tIlt Ludle M Hpears expenses

,, ,.y-, ", Tothe Honorable Board of Public In. No IS H R.I O. No.3 __ 18,711 at Lakeland -____ _. .___ B.Ofl - SKIFFS Como Here Now'And
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< truotlon In and forOsceol County: 955 Pearl Johnson expense,* a ...
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\ 9JD Carson Farmer. Ins Sen -
i., ".i ;, '''', 1 h.r.wlth tender tny report a. tress. No.7. tt.25: No. 21), 114 26.25 at Lakeland __________n 5.00 BUILT TO ,
f ..' ur.r' of Oiceola' county for the, month 911 American HeatIng Co., frt 5.011 966Y.. a. Massenberir. expenses ORDER ,

'i;'f \ -t ,,r, ,11', 'f of. ,Iwrember, A, U., 1814. 823! Central. Hrlnntlfic Co. sup. at Lakeland ____ 6.00 I

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Five Months of Conflict Mbre .,
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Others wi- London' England-While Russia baa- ti

' Terrible Than Years of- Wars been crushing the Turks 'in Caucasia .,,,

' ,of History. Estimates' Big Total '_- ____ and wtna punishing Galaci and the Austrian Hungary: the. Duke Cr ,' i.t

' mart force in central Poland, prevent 1, ,
/ ed from i continuing their.,offensive by y a ear
.! oo.tooo.o..ooooo ........ooooo.o.ooo .oooooooo: : L t"1l "' bad weather' and worse. road. have. .. ., ,
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O WHAT OTHER WARS HAVE'COST IN LIVES TIME AND MONEY.' ,l vt see man of men for a new drive'on Waraw --*.
'O' Days Los' Cost 0O R condition should
t a* soon a* per-.u
\ Ware Duration of Life. In Money. 0O mit. ," t: + ,
; Crimean, 1854-1856 __________ 678 485,000 $1,700,000,000. That t moment h.*'now arrived and ",
.' I 6i0: CIvu United States, 1861-1865 1,505 1,000,000 5,000,000,000. reports .from""the fighting none '
I 'O 'AWltro-PrwIslan, 1866 ____n__ 70 ________ 330,000,000. that the': kaiser.. men are again say on f r ;
\ 4 Franco-German, 1870-1871 __n 222 290..000. 2,033,400,000. the move,'marching against the Polish ..:
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:n0. Russo-Turkish 1877-1878 _____ 326 180,000 950,000,000. capital from the north *1 r
'"'\ O Spanlsli-Amencan, 1898 ______ 234 2,910 165,000,000. *.;
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\;O Boer, 1899-1900 ______________ 629 12,000 1.085,330,000. This much-1 M known' in Petrograd,
! .,.O'' Russo-.Japanese, 1904-1905 ____ 566 566,000 2,613,470,000 4O where It is'also' known that (Grand _. "Jte's
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O Duke Nicholas the Russian commander -" rt'r

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PAYNE 'W'.u. It t Hlndenburg. equally quiet r, w
ly and fully. a* efficiently made every
"Look out for the ipreadlng; bough German sharpshooter behind such spUnterproof sloping beds as this are almost Impossible to dislodge. From preparation1 Interfere ,with it, no- t, 'a
}, Look On down the riven where forest deep In tree blood and mire behind straw breastworks they fire through a narrow silt that runs the entire length of the shelter. cess The result of this maneuvering-"

Black Thunder plant his feet and--plough -- -- ... ..... __w I on both side I la expected to be a now'' ".
i The *oll for ruin-that I* France" battle that will, a* ,each--successive-,. ',
Still thrilling Ilk a lyre! I pathians so that fighting in this region great engagement seems to have doner
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So sang the heart of George Meredith at he tramped the bleeding earth ROMANIA MAYENTER is impossible.The RUSSIANS GRAND / eclipse those before; it.,, .

of fair Lorraine after the close of the Franco-Prussian: war. But' that was French, after a heavy bombard- Th German have b en"greatly.'reInforced -,
. ment of the German positions betweenthe week : '
the last
forty year ago when men were oiily killed by men. and not by Kruppsl! BATTLELondon Oise and the western end of the DUKE'LOSES LIFEBerlin of rest. More during than 200.000 troop or mor from)

Tomorrow, no one but a blind poet walking the plains of Marne. would pen Argonne, and after suffering several Belgium have > eentl$/ them (r'> I ':.

F such lines of hope for at the end of the great world war now raging even England-Should Roumanianow repulses have advanced their frontsat heavy artillery ha been brought vy t ,"II'( ,

! \ should it halt this hour, there will be too little left of France, or Germany that the Russians are on the Rheims several, where points their, particularly has east been of Germany- (Via Wireless te and the most eompl. 'arran&'Omenw
progress have been mad for the attempt..Ro*--.
"w either to thrill a note I border, if not actually in Tran.ylvania slow but steady. In eastern Argonnethe Sayville L. I.-The Imperial Press tan spies and .COuUi..ha.... reported '""

For the American mind,.an ocean away to grasp at all the appalling I ,will decide provide to join the missing the allies link, her in Germans have been advancing. nouncement bureau makes: the following an- fully on this situation, but:.the had .
army 4"
slaughter that is reddening Europe, a comparison with the mortality in our the chain of troops 1,300 miles long, French Report Progress "The Austrian official bulletin issued weather and soil condition*j which; '?
civil will winding from the Baltic to the Ad The French again report progressin from Vienna states that gave the German chance to get ready.", ;4''
own war serve. today
the vicinity of Fliery, in the Woevre also prevented the :Rasaian from interfering -
In the four yeftrs of our great conflict only about 4,000,000 men alto- riatic. district, which is of particular Impor- the Grand Puke Alexander: : Michael- and obliged them to adopt.Y* '
This battle line would be ovltch brother-in-law of .
Livermore's the composedof tance, for should it continue the czar, was the strengthening tactic them...."
e getber were engaged, according to figures-2,803,304 on Russians, Rumanians, Servians and they will killed in the at Miandua." same .
northern side and 1,234,000 on the southern side. Of the northern enrollment, cut the road! linking St. Mihiel with fighting selves. %
Montenegrins on the side and
according to Fox's "Regimental Losses in the Civil War," but 110,070 were Germans and Austro-Hungarians one on Metz and may compel the Germans I The grand duke, who was forty-four The German have built f rtl4ea:.
killed in action or perished from wounds received in action during the whole the other. j I to evacuate St. Mihiel which they was beside the brother-in-law of the tions on the west bank of the Biura-: EI 4----
course of the wart! The allies believe Rumania soon will j gained long ago at great cost. czar, also the second cousin of Mianda and Rawka rivers, while the liusstan. y
An on the confederate side but 94,000 perished as a result of action, take the plunge. Other developmentsare The Germans have sent reinforcements (Nerhemetabad) in the province of have their dugout on the oppositesbank.
'!{.ermore says. expected. Relations between j I to Alsace where the French ad- Azerbaijan Kurdistan, Persia. ,t

of 4t the outbreak of European hostilities, the armies of the various nations, Greece and Turkey have reached the > vance has threatened to cut off Muel- k' .
welleo""*>p unheard of size due to modern militarism, were placed by leading breaking point over the alleged ill- ''| hausen from the rest of the German - -
j line and have OOtotOO'.OO.OOOOOOOOOOOOO.O. O ... u
occupied Bumhaupt-le- tOOOO.O.O..O'
authortie! >.at these figures: treatment of Greeks in Asia minor. '
... X. Trained Men. Italy is growing restless over Turkey's Haut:
Great Brit.l4 798,000 in satisfaction for the i SEED; ; ,,'
France _-__X-------=====--_=_======--============= =- _==_ = 2,150,000: delay violation of giving the Italian consulate at GREECE AND TURKEY

Russia -- ---:' 5,400,000 Hodeida, from which the British consul I
Japan = I 1,500,000 who refuge there FOR SPRING PLANTING '.**. ;
sought ,
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Belgium -----------t--------------------------------- 340,000 forcibly removed. Italy, it is also reported AT BREAKING POINTS
1 Germany ___-_____n__ .._un u nO____u_____n_ _u_ 3,850,000 has agreed that Servia should 'i*
6h. Austria-Hungary ____h. _--____--___--_--__----____-- 2,220,000 be granted a port in the Adriatic. i, Full line of new crop seeds of all kinds. i
Rumania and Greece, it is thought, I ,
i'[1 Thus it is seen that the world war in Europe has already involved four however, delay taking up arms London, Eng.-The relations be- We can supply your wants. Write for new catalogue j
may
,.J 1 times as many as were involved in the entire length of our civil war! And until Bulgaria, which is anxious for a tween Greece and Turkey have reached -
It goes without saying that the mortality, proportionately as well as actually, part of Macedonia, is satisfied, for a a critical stage. The immediate KILGORE SEED COMPANY '
+ will be much greater, for modern armaments are many times as deadly as hostile Bulgaria on their borders cause of the trouble is alleged persecution j h
of the Greeks in Asia minor.A .
the rifles and cannons of 61. PLANT CITY
were would compel them to divide their ,
fa *'V There have been no total official lists of the killed, and wounded in the forces. long official dispatch from Athens
'Cjtesent war compiled yet in any nation, but various unofficial statements declare states that a number of Greeks have
n that in the first five months of the war at least 1,800,000 lives were No Important Changes. been murdered by Turkish bandits and FLORIDA.'t" 9 v
.,\ lost And such estimates seem more or less borne out by the sporadic official While there are no reports of startling aserts Turkish authorities are mak-
"estimates that have been given out from time to time in various countries. battlefield developments, extreme\ "' .ing no effort to arrest the bandits. ::1. 'a.-t
ly important operations are progress- A private dispatch states Christians -- ;; : ;
wounded, 8,012; captured and missing, ing in both east and west. are being persecuted by Turkish authorities \ 4

,) is.sued'?; |' 959; total, 10,694. The Germans, simultaneously with who are making requisitionson I L The Favorite Store of Kuslmmee ' r:
*. that 84,000 Englishmen had been lost Battle of Gettysburg (July 1-3, renewal of their attacks on the left land owners, compelling them to ; .
i'" since the British army took the field, 1863)-Federal) losses: Killed 2,070; bank of the Vistula are a give up large portions of their pro- I 1
developing
r but that these losses had been more wounded, 13,497; captured and miss- new offensive from the direction of duce. The requisitions, the dispatchsays !. .;'* ", tf"4

,: than made good by the introduction ing, 6,434; total, 23,001. Confederate Miawa, on the east Prussian frontier. amounts to confiscation sinceno
,p :of various colonial contingents and"Twine losses: Killed, 2,692; wounded, 12- Some German attacks on the Russian money is paid in return and no receipts .
recruits. 706; captured and missing, 6,150; total line which runs along the Bzura and are given.
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x On November 19, a French1 document 20,448. Rawka rivers and thence southwardto "This state of affairs," says the dispatch FURNITUREWEIiAVEl :

(announced that 100,000 French Think of what these figures mean'':-' Opocino and along the Nida to Opa- "coming as it does after die ;. -, t '
oldier had been.killed in action up that the terrible battled we commem- towiec on the lower Vistual, have been expulsion of 120,000 Greeks from Asia ,, ;, ., _
to that:'dtet, that 400,0<<10 were sick orate here every Decoration Day were particularly .severe, but according to'I| minor last autumn and the repeated I' : >
wounded: and that 90,000 were with less than promise of,the port to stop the systematic I1 .
an4 fought probably men the Russian report, all have been re- ; / #
in Germany. killed and wounded week in extermination of Greeks renders Ij\ .,
.;prisoner are every pulsed. -
the situation critical to the utmost e l'I" ) '.\ rr* -
i,' < :On November 30 a statement is- blood-sodden, Europe! The thaw which has set in in southern degree." \ "
'''n ifiS Petrograd declared that the They mean that, in short, the busi- Poland and Galicia has convertedthe ;

yea\ r'tA FJ&li losses to that date consisted ness of murdering today has become country into a Sea of mud and A hotel for business women of small ., f
( .' ''ofTllfPOO men and 19,000 officers, far more terrible than the world be- even cleared the snow from the Car means will be erected in Atlanta 1 _
f, gins to realize yet. \ __ ...".
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4 O> CAPTIVES NUMBER 1.179,800.! *4 the this world's war goes history on, Europe, they mean will that be impoverished if- I la connection with oar Hardware fine we carry a completeGae ;/. <, 4' *

"f ta0. Paris, France, Jan. 15.-The 6 I'' of strong manhood to suchan of fun tare. We Make a specialty ., mtittfair soma, aid 1!'
'1+ Geneva correspondent of the extent that she may never re- What About Your Insurance? handle reliable .
habitate herself-that France may ,
*';* Temps eay that, according to 0O I
the of the International never again come "thrilling likelyre" a
figure that, though the big rulers of Bed Room Furniture Dining
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)"O',Of this number 604,200 men were blood and that this war of Kruppismis Fire, Accident, Health and Tourist Insurance. '
O of the allies and 675,- *
captives
'. 600 by Germany and Austria. O 0a spilling establishing that only a historians record for of the blood-fu- Courteous and prompt attention, no matter hew Suits Odd Chairs Rockers, .

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German Gazette, said that the Rus- TISM. INSURANCE. ,
k alan losses against the Austrians had No use to squirm and wince and try 'PIa .e 230-3.' Dakia St This store is saakiag a record for itself i. the smaller ofhdpbig

''been. 420,000 and that the Rus-I to wear out your Rheumatism. It will people to outfit ...... C... sad .... Owr price arc
aianlosseagainst the Germans had wear you out instead. Apply some '
been 840000. The number of Russians Sloan's Liniment Need not rub it in a rilL .
lost at the battle of the Masur -Just let it penetrate all through the -- ,,
i ian lakes alone was fixed by the Germans affected parts, relieve the soreness ooo.t.otoo..oooooooooo.oooooooo ooooooootttoo.ooo.NEW t
i at 150,000. and draw the pain. You get ease at
' in dead alone, once and feel so much better you wantto
!i ,Ifa Prussian losses,
right out and tell other sufferers -
'werfrnfixed by a Berlin dispatch to. go iG n
about Sloan's. Get a bottle of
'r Copenhagen Denmark, a neutral Sloan's Liniment for 26 cents of any TOOLS

> ,"country.- the appalling total. of druggist and have it in the house Fair Play Meat MarketWe :
7' 225000.. against, Colds Sore and Swollen .
Thl* doe not include the German Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ail- .
; :losses sustained by the regiments from ments. Your money back if not satisfied FOR
Batavia Wuertemberg and Saxony. but it does give almost instant want yoa to try oar Me.... We want Job to come aid examine

'"4 ',No doubt the bloodiest battles relief. Buy a bottle today.IF ; ear fine cats. We want JOG to test oar low Cash Price pad compare

t. 'of the present war have been ; them with other c-- ENGINEERS ) I Iy
.
'the:series tlll raging in the YOUR CHILD IS CROSS,
Ft' Yser region -of Belgium. It is FEVERISH CONSTIPATED 1

,j aid that the German estimate
.
; 'their': losses In actual killings Look Mother If tongue i* coated I -:- WE TRY TO.P'LEASE' YOU -:- '1 I{! Matter what kiad .f .. Eagia 70. haT- Gag, Steaam

4, there so far at 40.000<< and the cleanse little bowel with "Cali ... .. Railroad I
1 or Stationary Eagiae hare tho Tool
.allies',dead at 80,000. fornia Syrup of Fig*" -w* exactly yoa '

M ..These figure of death are so large N.natter whether you weal Porterhoose, Sirloia, Rooad or Flask, aeed ia yoor everyday. work-Wreaches, u......*, Oilers, etc, ;a,
after
') (that they mean nothing to the eye. "California Mother can Syrup rest of easy Fig," because giving in we sell yoa the beet at the lowest cash price sad yea get 18 ...eM all ., the best qaa1it7 sad workmaaihip, sad at price that will ,. 4 't 1

):To bring home to the American mind few hour all the clogged-np waste, with each pooad. We iaYite.7CIU trade. ,;:'........!;
This
the. real horror' that they hide, con- a Mipris yo". star ha the reputation of 'dIiac ..IT ;
bile and food
fermenting gentlymoves
4 't a these', bloodiest figures battles of losses of sustained the civil .our out of the bowels, and yon havea : Price now are VERrLOW but we flBM hardware that I. of s....- imaBry' a>d yes will aak* .... ,. J ./" .f+

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ear : J
r' t1rat'.Bn11 Sick: children needn't oe coaxed: to will Shave them a Little SATURDAYJoIPOWERS ;

t: :*I.Ran Battle-Federal take this harmless "fruit laxative. : ... .. .. ': .
10"81; 'Killed470; wounded, 1,071] Million of:mother keep it handy be- Y .I -- ,0, ., .. ,,,..
missing and) taken 1,793: total, 8, 34. eons they know Jt* action on the : .,!4' ij r
Confederate louea: ,killed' ."f7wounded ; stomach, aver' and bowel I. promptand -' ""

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T1e: Kissimmee "Valley' Gazette COMMENTS ABOUTCONSOLIDATION> 't' WOODROW. ,, '- WILSON<- ;,AND' 1'1S.,, POISONING. >PUBUC MIND_ .. ''THIS 15 SOME BERRI FS., \1'.-::,I


;;j 'PIIELISHSQ BVERT: FRIDAY1."' 'OF'ICA'lN'V -TheWashington; correspondent of Such affair a;the'great'''Colorado ;The KlslTimmee Valley Gas tte told
r tL OAZBTMO BUiLDING the Sun it for the mining war unknown In Floe 1nia the'
'ix!'" .Kli)91NaEa OSCBOI COUNTF1AR1DAot .. authority assertionthat are fair big headline last weak that I'
,
j :4.,. "the opposition within the democratic ida, and what we read of them really strawberry crop of that section wont ;
: party to -renoininatlon o( doean't 'oink, in much' bu an'"article total up the stnpedous figure of """ '
t t 1 .W.B. HARRIS end E.( G., VANS AGNEW OWNERS President Wilson appear to be crystalllring from a far western paper give some 000 quart for the season:. .T". !

"-' AN IMPORTANT NEWSPAPER around Champ Clark.". information which must be accepted prett .. brother,'-but why

c ,. fcUBSClUPTlON RATES ODe oop'. on. iraj> ______________.._ CHANGE.The This may.be,true but we doubt' U aa true, else the statement would not yon fellows: down ,.in what you ', -
iA On., ._copy, elx. month-. .___...!... On* copy. three month..______-- Ace Kisslmmee Valley Gazette announces ' Champ Clark regard such support 'as dare be made, and which contain no God'I"country" .,' rait ,some etrawbe ' ,

2 .I ( i r the consolidation of the two flattering or important. We doubt little food for' thought, even at this ties f .; .e I

4 : ,peyAll' communication. except from our authorised corrpondnt mu.t b. at Kissimmce, the Journal.- still further whether he Is ambitious distance. Just to give you*an (deatof how thj ,
y etgn.d. br th* writer. papers to James G. Blaine It say that now >John D. Ro k.- stunt I.1 puIUd off In,, this section I ,
R..J.el.4 mau.r-will not be return.d unl.. called for. ing absorbed by the Valley Gazette. play to Woodrow p
-' Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew purchased the Wilson's: Benjamin Harrison:The role feller, jr.; and] other Interested In the the state, we will rive you a few ,11 1.. ".

)' t ,(rBat: > rd at the PostoflFlo In HI..Immee. Florid, as ..oond-c..... matter.:) Journal and formed a partnershipwith would hardly appeal to him. Colorado strike sought to influence urea that the editor of thi.papered pi ,
-- -_. ---- Mr. W. B. Harris, owner of the' After all, who this opposition public opinion through periodical of up daring one season of straw! "'
; Gazette. to the president compose renomination? the purchasable variety and other shipping in Starke and Lawtey.< iJ/
r FRIDAY
JANUARY
s? r 15, 1915. This announcement will be read Murphy and Tammany Hall, of course. means is expected to be brought out During the rush of the .trawbe! '
.
at the investigation by the United which holds for days
:Ji - with much interest in newspaper cir- William R. Hearst, of course. The season, up sixty !
cles. Both the Journal and the Valley democratic job-mongers in the United States commission on industrial relations. Starke and Lawtey ships six cars ;;

Gazette have been doing excellent I States senate, perhaps. Southern democrats ; one car will hold an average

f'iJ: Consolidated and Why I work for Kissimniee and Osoeola like Cole Blease, of South Car- I That John D. Rockefeller, jr., has eighty bushels, or 2,669 quarts.
county, but it was evident that there I olina, Vardaman, of Mississippi i, and given most painstaking attention to ing: the sixty days at least 860 :per'day i
wax not business enough to sustaintwo Colquitt of Texas, whose opposition is some details of the Colorado labor will be shipped, which are equal I
,
.... such excellent papers. a compliment to a peal democrat. problem is indicated by corespondence 1,281,600 quarts, not counting the .
The Valley Gazette which is regarded What do they all amount to in the brought to light in Denver, as for example ly and late berries which will .)
r, Last week' issue of The Valley Gazette carried a new. dory to the effect by many as Florida's best councils of the democratic party T the letters relating to the pay bring the total for the entire aeaaqi ;

( h that the paper had taken over the Osceola Journal. In other word. the two weekly newspaper, will continue to How many delegates can they send to ment of $200 to Elbert Hubbard, of up to 1,500,000 quarts. :

papers have combined. grow in volume and influence. We the next democratic national conven- East Aurora, for one thonsand copies : The crops of Starke, Lawtey, Lak< ,'; ".
congratulate the new firm and wish tion? of his magazine, the Philistine, containing Butler, Raiford, Hampton and Mac. .
Some people perhaps are curious to know just why these two excellent
them much success. Mr. Harris and Whether President Wilson is an article favorable to the op- clenny will swell the grand total to
papers were consolidated and we will try to give a few of the reasons. I' A. Agnew, the well known attorney, inated or not depends upon himself.If renom-. erators' side of the strike controversy. over 3,000,000 quarts for wine, jelly,l '

+ Many readers imagine that when they pay $1.50 a year for a paper that were partnesa in the publication of he wants a renomination, the opposition This small amount of $200 was the etc. Why don't you fellows get in I 1

they are paying the cost of production. This is not so. If the readers paid I the Valley Gazette many years ago. will prove as'weak and futileas subject of personal corespondence be- the game "way down south.BakCounty t ,
( ft It is rather and that a tween John D. Rockefeller and Hub- Times. I ,
fitting
apropos the opposition to Cleveland. If he
the cost of production the Valley Gazette would cost at least double the
first Vans
brother of the Agnew
refuses renomination, the party will
9i i td x; ? regular subscription rate. The publisher therefore loset $1.50 a year on each should become associated with Mr. be beaten a in advance of the election, bard.Another case of purchased publicity chairman of the commission, says:

t rr and every subscriber he secures. That difference in the cOil of publication Harris now when the paper has reached for he is the only candidate it can which interests the commission is that "The mining industry in Colorado has! ;ti 1

A' it paid by the advertiser who buys space in the paper at so muchx1M per inch. the crest of the popular and pros- possibly elect.It which pertains to the preparation of been anarchy. There Is'no govern-J '
perous wave.-Orlando Reporter-Star. but the democratic the pamphlet called "Facts in Colo- there. Never have I such! I I ik r
is not the president\ ment seen
The reader and the advertiser both
the of
J .? are necessary to success a paper _-4- party that ,llf_ VII__ trial. The rado s Struggle for Industrial Freedom an intense sense of injustice a* pMfrl p ;
!:,Er" but the reader it the more important of the two because the columns of a OSCEOLA JOURNAL QUITS.K. president.! has proved that he measures ," which was widely circulated by vails among the miners in Colorado. L I

? !: paper have no value to an advertiser unless the paper has a large body of (J. Vans Agnew of Kissimmce, up to trie) full qualifications of his the Rockefeller)] interests. This pam- Never have I known so many irritating '
sr readers. That's the afford lose great office; but the democratic party phlet was prepared by Mr. Ivy Lee, facts to cause the sense of Inju..!
I l why publisher can to money on his circulation has. purchased the Osceola Journal of executive assistant to
is fit Philadelphia tice. When John R. Lawson of the!
l. has that it to
i yet to
I' and only lose their circulation but plant and business from the Journal prove of .1
most publishers not money on spend vast the president the Pennsylvania rail- International board of Mine Worker '
,f \ the circulation make their Publishing company,, and through a govern. road with the understanding that his '
y sums to get so necessary to newspapers valuable partnership formed between Mr. Vans That a factional fight should have of the World tells the commission that 1
connection with its should
l1 r' '" s mediums for the advertisers. of been started the in preparation the laws and justice of Colorado are "
t Agnew and W. B. Harris, owner against president be kept secret. Lee was personally) directors of the '
v y" However the newspaper business is, first of all, subject lo the same the Gazette; the two papers have been congress may be taken as a matterof employed by John D. Rockefeller, jr. Colorado controlled Fuel by seven and Iron company, sitting [ -' :

11 economic laws as govern any other business and the tendency of the times is consolidated, the outfit of the Journal course. That is a democratic way. He is a member of the American! Eco- at 26 BrQadway and never seeingthe I
the Since Andrew Jackson's day, no dem-
by
taken completely
.) '. for fewer Especially.is this true in the large cities. being over nomic society, which indicates how mines or the mine workers, the :
newspapers. (Gazette, and, the Gazette; being the ocratic president has been able to cheap and easily purchased are a cer- '
r And the reason for this is plain. older and better known of the two papers count on the loyalty of democrats in tain variety of learning and brains. statement is interesting. When the i

There was a time when a man with a few hundred dollars and a stickful I the name Kissimmee Valley Gazelle ; congress. No matter what the policiesof As a reward for his misrepresentationof testimony statement, is hardly proved contradicted by overwhelming, then
The Journalhas democratic administration
continued. a maybe
be
gi of type could go into the newspaper business and succeed fairly well. The will for the last time a certain number of democratic the Colorado situation in this pam-- the statement becomes startling and \
already appeared phlet, Lee has been made one of the *
Industrial
I papers were small and inexpensive. But that time is past. Today it takes as such, C. F. Johnson, the popular members of congress, actuated by motives three personal advisers to John D. disturbing.relations If our commission clear the on r.

J teal money and plenty of it and a big volume of advertising patronage to : editor and general manager, having of greed or revenge can always'" Rockefeller, jr., in the work of the by even indicating can what the war way I* I,
Not be counted on to to cut the throatof
j successfully publish a paper. The people demand more and more from their : printed his" "Au Revoir--But his intention to a democratic president.try Rockefeller foundation and other phil- and can secure this nation from a >. t. ; :
Good Bye, it being work.
e papers all the time and in order lo supply this properly it requires a great deal I remain in the city in another line, The revolt against President Wilson anthropic The commission wants to find out the wrong work start all to to the be solution done over of leaving again 1i'

of expensive up-to-the-minute machinery. Then there is labor (all skilled and that of conducting an information but within the democratic party has further whether Mr. Rockefeller is we will have accomplished the big est> i

tkt t well paid), plus a chain of other expenses such as type, paper, inks power, t r, ins. The Journal has been for the one ofthe ''had the immediate effect of uniting personally responsible for the fact part of what we hope to accq..plish"f
n lights if daily feature most valuable workers up- and stimulating the republican oppo- i that during the last twentythreeyears -St. Petersburg Times. I
telegraph ) ,
( engravings
service a reporters services. state of Florida, _
liuildmg of the great sition. It may be able to defeat the no damage suit for injuries toa -
o etc., without end. and with ,its. strength added to that of administration's program of l gisla- Rockefeller employe in southern FIFTEEN HUNDRED

To keep all of this running on a paying basis has sent many a publisherto the Gazette, the powers for good by. tion. It may disgust the country totally Colorado has ever been decided againstthe PARDONED BY BLEASE '

.4 -' to his grave before his natural time and the wideawake publisher is constantly the latter should be (greatly ircreased.Fort with the democratic party and coal company. That such a situa-

hA at work planning the battle. The circulation must be increased all the time. l Myers Press.* give 1916. the republicans a walkover in I tion indicates corruption and political Columbia, S. C.-Full pardons for *j!{,
r -- control of the courts is obvious. about 1,500 persons convicted in South ,f
The advertising must be increased all the time- because upon these two departments REAL NEWS FROM h.ISSll\Il\I. EK But oie thing is certain. If demo- Commenting on what has already Carolina f various offenses, and pa-

l rests the future of the paper. Real mews comes from Kissimmee, crats are incapable of giving honest I been unearthed by the commission's roled since January, 1911, were .
: to a president like Woodrow in Colorado Frank P. Walsh, Blease. '
And unless a community II large enough to support its newspapers some where the Valley Gazette and the support inquiry granted by Governor .
Wilson, he is the last democratic president -
( of them will sooner or later be squeezed out of the field, because there is nor Journal have effected a (consolidation. that this political generation is
E. (;J. Vans Agnew has bought the
d other business which eats up money as fast as a newspaper which is losing Journal and in with W. B. Harris likely to see, and the democratic par-
gone
:ts. money. owner of the Gazette; to make a ty will revert to its former positionas A WISEDIAN l'a'
of
+ s Of, 7\nd that sums up the newspaper situation in Kissimmee. There is not combined plant and publication,. Weregret the a mere World.FREEDOM party. oPPosltion.NewYork carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE f

enough business here to two good consequently name of Valley Gazette surviving.{ -
f support newspapers one or note the passing/ of the Journal to protect his prope; ,
'; the other one in time would have been forced out of the field. Hence the I /. which to was one of our favorite exchanges OF PRESS AND PULPIT. while he is living and ample LIF i_ '
r--! INSURANCE his'fama' >
to protect ,
'' . consolidation but feel the consolidation j
i iI' we '!' .
fly in the event of his death. De' ,:
:,' We believe that the interests of all will be served better by issuing one means a better paper and a better A few days ago the Outlook magazine alao insures his >
We
bang-up than two and will in !the future in the deal for everybody- concerned. published an article entitled i by taking out an ACCIDENT and' '
paper poor ones we as past I have another regret-that, in the "Freedom of the Press vs. Freedomof p *
the best possible consistent with sound business policy.It the useless appendage HEALTH POLICY. Be on the. ,
publish newspaper a I merging/ process, the Pulpit. The writer of the safe side.
It will always be the policy of the Valley Gazette to deal fairly with all "Valley," was not deleted from same, a clergyman, told how, when he i We write all line of INSUREaK[ ,
it
;fr i,. and 'to give the community just at big a paper at the people and business men the name-Harris however and, we Vans never Agnew use was a newspaper reporter, a great ANCE that insures and end urea.]< :fit
anyway. many news stories that ought to have I None '
tI but RELIABLE old line eora-: ,
will and ,
v J support. ought to make a winning team been printed were suppressed for the panic in this r /. ,

,,: t'v, ,,r Just at soon ai the Journal ''plant it moved into the Gazette building. Gordon Nye, who doubtless will be reason that they injured the interestsof D. G. WAGER ", *. ,

and 1 when necessary arrangements are' made, we will begin the publishing of a retained as editor, will his have greater some advertiser. When he enteredthe J7.t, t Second Floor Citizens Bank,:Bide '.
show newspaper
:7;' ', 'l 1: H-\f'\ .terni-weekly. The Gazette belong to all of(the people of Kissimmee and we ability.opportunity-Tampa to Tribune. to denounce ministerial prevailing profession evils he was unham able i Kissimmee- Fla., . -\

ItA u l'< ":: ,!':--4 f \\ propose''to give the people exactly what they want. Just at lOOn as they -y- pered. .

., t't_ request a daily and will support one, we will publish a daily newspaper. SWALLOWED UP. This newspaper is not so sure that t Ioooooooooooooooooo.

(rM(', e The two weekly newspapers, at Kissimmee clergymen always pet a free hand, ooooooo oooooo.oo.oooooo. .d.i
but it I is of for professionto ,
ValGazette! and Os no use one
;; --the l been consolidated. cast slurs at another. It is a fact
Journal 1ia\ >
ceola -
that there is too little free speech all South Apopka Citrus Nurseries
ai-otlur the Valley
Or, to put it way
--1 Slaps and Bangs II Gazette swallowed I the, Journal. Editor around that most people. are too sensitive

.11..arilsMight hu..... .111. l i lit out such a to criticism.
I newsy p.-i: u-r' that I it has been It is one of the healthful things I The leading varieties of Grapefruit ,
+, d.fticult. for a rival Kh -et to continue about the newspaper profession that if r
and Oranges. The finest trees at the
3, Is the weatherman on strike? publication. The Journal, however, editors (jet used to the rough and tumble I
the lowest
was one of the 1 lest mall town publications of life. If a brother pournalist prices. .,'

(+ Fifteen days of the New Year are gone never to return. Have you made in Florida and! "i''' will be missed ,' hits you a resounding editorial whack, j Send for Free Catalog Now-Today
from The Times exec .' (re table. It is you return it in kind if you feel like I
+ (good use of the! time ? If not, begin now. Better late than. never. I hinted that Kdito- ..innis I, I may soon it. After a little you meet, you recognize f Address
s .hT hi.1, ,'nm-Tumpa I that is
I tall a daily at newspaper controversy SOUTH
Y; The Washington Verdict, published at Chipley, and the Apopka News Times. rather Pickwickian, and are good i APOPKA NURSERIES
Politicans abuse each
of the neatest Florida weeklies coming to oup exchange desk. Both -*- friends again. OCOEE, FLA. '
,I OJi.i.. ale two other with stinging eloquence, then .
'':':{''t; papers are to be congratvlaled, on their pleasing dress. \\ 1 ELL ESTABLISHED. go out to lunch together.The ooo..o oo--- o -.ooo.- it'
-
- -
: M 4 e Announcement comes from Kissim ordinary man rarely acquiresthis -----------.r: g

I.'' Vol. 1 I. No. I I. of the Daytona Journal reached our office .the other day. I 1 mee to has the purchased effect that the K.Osceola S. Vans Journal Agnew -- utters imperviousness.some criticism about If the the parson evils .'

'yr o It is a splendidly made up paper, newsy in appearance| and ought to gain for und l merged it with the Kissimmee of society the parishioner is far too

itself a large following. Certainly Daytona is large enough to support a morning I Valley Gazette.; It is rumored semiweekly that apt to say that the minister is an agi-
the consolidation may mean a tator 'and disturber, and should con- PRINTING
life.
I, \< daily and we hope the Journal will have a long happy and prosperous or a daily for Kissimmee in the fine himself to preaching about Jere- MACHINERY
ea *
near future. The Kissimmee, Valley miah and the Nicene creed. If the 1v
a Whal't the matter with the Orlando Sentinel ? Why this unearthly silence? Gazette; is a well established and wide- newspaper, in all good faith and as a ,

It hasn't printed a word about "tramps, bums hoboes, loafers and chaingangs" ly rend newspaper in Florida.will The be public service, criticises a public of- .
h mime of the Valley Gazette ficer, the latter flies into a passion
+ for two week.. Evidently one Valley Gazette broadside was sufficient. Really. Times-Union.
'ontinul'd.--Florida stops his paper, and threatens legalif
we wanted the Orlando editor to continue the discussion. We were preparing -o- not fistic action.

I several extra heavy broadsides. And we are somewhat disappointed in not GAZETTE GIVES RESULTS.The Frank, sincere criticism is a bene- FOR SALE f{

l even hearing a "peep." Hereafter, the heavyweight who edits the Orlando Kissimmee Journal has who been will with fit to regard the community to facts. when If people conducted takeit I

i f Sentinel will confine his. comment and criticism to the weather pink whiskers, consolidate sold to E. G.with Vans W. Agnew B. Harris, in the good naturedly, they become more I ?,

._ whether babies should be f fed on gumdrops and such other paramount but Gazette and this will eliminate com manly better fitted for the give and .. I'
take of life. This there-
one newspaper "
Kissimmee pa-
{ harmless questions. e 4 ". petition The and one give paper should be sup- fore, subscribes heartily to the claimof On account of the consolidation of the Valley Gazette ..d" *' I

per. well and the Gazette can give.. the Outlook writer that there shouldbe Osceola Journal we offer for sale the following: '
: Here is a new Ford story we saw somewhere but have forgotten just ported of Kissimme and Osceola greater freedom of the press andit (
the people i
p where. A man in California writes to the Ford company and tells them they county the results. The main trouble hdpes equally that the church con- '

r J should feel very much xalted for the reason that the Ford is the only car men- with many of several the papers in are the being state gregations similar measure will "allow of liberty.Gainesville to their pastorsa 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine:

and it cites them a in Isiaah which says: now is that papers
"tioned in the Bible to prove passage towns and they Sun.
in
could published one-paper ----*---- Practically New-Extra Mar" ;;
other but Ford "
1111 ) "He went up into Heaven on high"and asks what car a will\ not support them.-Sanford Her- FAMINE PRICES. 4

.. do that ald. _4 The New York Packer fires a broad- "
bf M is HOW DEAR TO OUR HEARTS. side into the retail dealer who is ask- 1 Book and Job Campbell Press: '

a We are glad to see the farmers of this community endorse the co-operative I I... trm steady ing "famine prices" for grapefruitthat ti ; J
,, plan outlined in this i..ue of the Valley\ Gazette The farmer will always remain How dear lo our hearts he bought from the wholesaleman Jkii machWi* large enough for six column quarto paper:tad j Is' '

I < the hewer of wood and the carrier of water for the rest of the world Who JE.Wadv.n.. .. *.. at the birth. of Packer at says ruinously that the low situation prices. is The unparalleled the same press the Valley Gazette i u' now being printed 04. ..\ '

'.1> until he begin lo do something for himself. Nobody will do it for him-he Who lap.V.wM"th" money and dues It "producer netting nothingfor _;;1")b'r '

,f 1,a .. mutt do it. himself for_himself--- ----- .-- - --- -_ -___ _ ,_. _ _. Vnd rartl'-roSny-lh.cheer.HV office. a halo of his labors trade, trying the jobbing to the and best commission of- ,1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher (Newe') c

-- : "Stop It; I cannot afford their ability to market grapefruit ona .
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SHOES.
CHILDREN'S
RUINOUS PRICES. It. large scale, the wheels entirely
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& I" .t When next you buy a. pair of shoes I'm wetting more, papers than now I blocked by the fancy prices asked by 1 33-inch ) '

f js"t;! t) ,, \ Never before In the history of the for the children take a hatpln or the But always earl read*y:.. "8..nd It; our pe 6pl. retail deafen, and the consumer going :; .,9ilUIlond 'P.ap ,C; tter'WI
e' fj : I" _, 1rdu.try of the state have the point of a pair of scissors and score like It-- hungry because he cannot afford the ,
f : . such the sole and heela diagonally In lines "Miami .' > . aUd. ha e'uAee. aacMaery and .ai..t foesak. If 'ii' }
rat .. '. .. been up against a proposition In fact, we all think It a help and a grapefruit. Dfettppolis.OLD ..70ri
_ ri with'which they are contending about half an Inch apart. Then start n..d.'! J r is laud at ay of the sb. ..ke; writ rwW 0 :;r, .. '. ., j r .
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:, at,,the toe aettn.' and cross the. lines How welcome hla check .when It BAGS.t LIKE NEW.: : : ,' '" "1r '
pnTThtprice*, ,have.been widnotiallp reaches our sanctum. ''et .', be : : "n.- ". .t, "" ., 4J: ,.'j.
.,;:y: .: , b"1 andyou.will find ithat the.)child' throb how Shabby leather bags *. may I -+ r7 *>t. M : 'f ' / ,...'
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pulse ; .
?J ks t'Umiii .1p.da117'twtt 'gfapefrultn' ; so fteiui :"It foranylneaeon How. It make our !improved in appearance by being rub- 'T 'tr' ,
i ...,: > / It makes our heart dance rri t J'' ,) .. 'j.
... ''&J :j\f\ ," :;jtfl.Ult. guests of lIortbem'hoteb Are your children do fall i and bump their We outwardly thank\ .him; we Inwardly bLoy r_with, welllbeatenwhite, ; > ,*_ f,,1."J'' -/.f..t/ ,. 'J-p' 11B"
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I Proceedi&gs ofKlsatmmee. with the 'Yellow. Pine L
t u ,. .ACTIVITIES. 'cH.LI's''SPRING1fFROC'K.. patty wrho/matteIe-Ofradfust/aylw, t .., :',
' WOMEN'S: eip _, : to up. '\ .
COVERT I plant ) ,
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,.. .f. ............... .. ... ; i poihts> ,' I I . " I I I the' i ity Council .A..rdln.nce prohibiting the"...''." '..

o.er-'SO Designers "Are Twrnlng 'Out t' Luke\ of* This Papular; ; P....... .< \sroods on Sunday was taken .p'........
t' ,O women' have become Some: Exoellent Models In Cotton was read a ant and ,
7 + members of the Japanese Red Cross I r for :t. Be Worn 'In the Spring.1L4BT en motion duly seconded '
January- 1 '
Fla. Itlh. 1I4tUfft
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Mr. '
Ooy Hammack _
aodety" .. ,. .. .. D 1 r 1 '0 The ounell met In rrirular. ......, relieve" him of personal tax
)Mothers there J, ,
Iwln..p..n' W. Thompson same was an
t ; -S'Clubwomen of Oklahoma City have l president: .,. D. WooCIb"' Roma motion the matter erroneous was referred aseeemenU' tor .
M !lloma.. Q.. H. Prathrr.. O. F. Xrlttbs. ltr- ..
organized .a company to build a cotton clerk for 'inveatlntinn .d. .... '
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i oris vnrien. sue iI. XL "_ "
N mill; eJ n city attorney ; '"etm.nL ; : : 7' V :;; J
," '. J: Gilbert, clerk Chairman of'stn.t' mlttea.' t." fl.' ?
Th. minutes
of the last- meetlnas
,' 1 Girls in Vienna under the age of were read and approved. R.porta.t of VVoodbeck.a pair' of reoommended mules b,.. city the parch aav.:!',
4' fourteen have been ordered to serve Cars of the Children's Fast. officers were examined and approved; thought the work which'previously ),

a* hospital orderlies.f Before you put on a child's stockings follows bill. were approved and'ordered paid'as, 'bean hired could be done much cheap, '
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In the morning the band over 'the ef. by' the cltye owning their f '
pass H. R. Mar, salary as mayor ..I 10.00C. '..m. After discussing the matt., Kiv1'
,. Two-thirds( of the women workers bottom of his foot to V>% In the Tokio factories receive less Uclea of dirt or foreign matter that { A. E. Coleman, sal. aa police __ 50.00 a team without oharre for sixty day.whereupon .... ,.,
.than. sixteen cents a day. J. Z. Robereon. saL .. tread __ '1.00.J on motion., the offer. of .......' :
tl S T A;' ; may have adhered to each moist little . R. Gilbert. sat as clerk ... 71.08 Mar was accepted. ,., ,< t': :
About 86,000 babies are born each member In the scamper acl'08ll'tbe J. R. Ollbert, sal. dep. eel. _:_ 11.00 Pursuant .to resolution"I.dopt.'o'b1l' "JJ "
Lewis council
O'Bryan-sal. city atty. St.OO authorising th. redemption.a
year, or at the rate of about seventy floor after the bath. J. W. Thompson, sal. J1of J'1.01 certain sidewalk .certificates held .7 >ti'.\&
k a minute. 4 6s You will be surprised to see how ra n. F. Krlbbs, saL m. of c. ... I.GO ]!I. I* Rlnkleyv the city attorney 're-i i 1. d ', '
e i4f! \ Marriages in England and Wales often you will find something that,, J. D. Woodbeck. sal. m. of c. __ .00 man Si* flnallce committee. the sun o( :* {3
would have been a source of Irritation Roma Thomas, sal. m. of o. S_ 1.00 '171." for said purpose. '
+ show an increase despite the fact thata If It had been allowed to remain. Before KI... Tel. Co., phone rent 'D' IL00Fraternlty Th re being no further bustness the
war is going On. Hall, rent for ::. 11.10: council adjourned to meat la regular1' 1
r you put on the shoes shake them Tampa Tribune, led. and carb. IT.SI session' Tuesday', f:abl'1Jar7o.u.. at; '
Montgomery, Ala., has a wom.nbarber well to be sure that they contain nothing J. R. Gilbert, frt. and stamps '.Is 1M p. m. <,,l'' r
Ross Graves, md... __??_.&._ .40 J. W. '!'homp.G'" F
''k5 4 who makes a specialty of bobbing that will Irritate the feet. t Osceola Journal pub. ord. ... 10.60 .. ......Ia.nt., '1..
;,a children's hair. Look carefully at the feet at night to 8 + Valley Gasette. pub. ord. II.CO Z. R.. a1LBICR'I'"CI.r .,' ..
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,
e Mr. N. Resrero sup. for prls. 1.11
i see If any red or inflamed spot testifies C. F. Tlson, feed prls. _______ 101.00 '
t Sarah Rector; an Indian girl of C. D. CARROL BREAKS .!
shoe too laraewrinkled Mach Bro., hauling tor t.OOOsceola UL' ,
P to a badly fitting or a city
Gushing, Okla., has an income of stretch Hdw. Co.. mdse. ___ t.10 C. D. Carrel motored Into town frona'the
1100,000 a year from oil wells. stocking. Wet and May Lbr. Co., Ibr. st. work ._ 10.00J McLaln and Carrol turpentine still .* '
the ahoe if it seems to press upon some J Dann. shop work .-______ 4.0ft Wednesday I',
morning and when
R. ____ cranking .
In who marries Dlckerson street work 1.00
Lapland a man a particular spot. I
his auto
State Bank of Kiss' orderspaid preparatory to' starting
girl against the wishes of her parents Watch for ingrowing toe nails and Insert 5- for street work ______ 11.10 home again he broke his right 'arm, '

n may be severely punished. a bit of cotton under the corner of Kiss Trans Co., drayage. __e__ T.fO Dr. T. M. Rivers dressed
. ,>- lraetu'r'1: .
a r Mach Bro., street work ____ 11.00 '
p Charles Page, a millionaire of Tulsa, the nail at the first Indication of trou J. C. Griffin, shop work _.___ l.eO ed member. a,
Yellow Pine Lbr. Co., Ibr. _h__ 1.16 r "
Okla., provides a home for every ble.Teach. Osceola Auto Co.. {
poL for 1.00
ensr. ROBERTS BREAKS LEFT- M
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widow in the state who applies. wri the children, as they grow older Ford Oar Co.. mdse. II'. dpi. 4.66 :
to take .the same precautions, and W. B. Maklnson Co., mdse tire ARM WHILE SKATING, :}.1,
; Mrs. Daniel R. Heckman, of Som- i of the department __ _____ l.TT "
avoid at least J.fJ\
they some
may Kiss. Trans Co., drayage _____ ...11H. While street'
Pa. has skating at the Sumner .
erset been admitted the
to minor Ills of life. We all know bow _ _ I. Lupf.r, ."c., pay for JIra last : \
ti bar as a full-fledged. attorney-at-law.. much discomfort to the square inch we A dept. and rent _____________ SS.SO rink Friday night, Everett'Roberts ;
i Berry Padirett. sal. Bcavenaer 40.00 fell on his left elbow and fractured -; -:
Miss Elsie Burr, a well known Boston can get from an undue pressure on the 1 A. J. Key sal. scavenger ___ 49.00 the left arm Just above the ,

& society girl, has gone to Paris, foot R. R Gates Johnson, sal., ..1.fireman supt. w. 1', ____ St.OO'0,00Will wrist In company with......ral

+ r where she will act as a Red Cross .Let us remember that when a healthy e W. 4 C. Oro. Co.. 42 cords w.wood p. friends Mr. Roberta waa speeding vw

I nurse. child is fretful there la pain or discomfort for E. I. P--------------- 111.10 the glassy Boor and while taking one s

a a aIn somewhere and it Is "up to us" to State Bank of Kiss 1701-4 of the turns slipped and fell., Mr. r
r cord. wood E L.
1-------- 714.14
t order to raise money to build a ?
find and remedy It. One-coin Hdw. Co., mat. w. p. 111.00H. Roberts is employed In th. cleaning
church, Mrs. Annie Petty of Junction L. Htarltns. work on w. line 9.XO department of Thad Oliver:':. 07'aI1. M
1 City, Kan., took in washing every day. CHILD'S OtROHAM rBOCK. W. A. Joiner sal. supt. E. L. P. llt.OO Tailor Shop. ..*
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1' Self Reliance Important R. K Gardner sal. .ng. K. U P. 7600

J Mrs. Margaret Caldwell has been Spring styles for children are being Occasionally one finds n parent who N. I> 1'nrsun. sal as fireman '

appointed to a $1,200 a year clerkshipin shown by manufacturers. One of the In . K. U -__ 1460K A Test for Liver Complalat. \
when a child asks for help solvinga -- -"' """'" <1 Jordan sal. a. fireman K. 1
the New York internal revenue new models ts illustrated ft Is of problem will say "Do It yourself." I. -'. --____-- __-- __--______ 46.00 Mentally Unhappy-Phsltall Dull
office. WALIIMO SUIT. V. Fl. Ellis, sal. as col. E. L. P. tO.OO The Liver sluggish and Inactive
rl plaid gingham with plain bands of Often a child keeps working away at J C. Buckles, sal. lineman E first shows itself In mental

Mrs. Beatrice V. Kirkman and gingham trimming the front and form a problem which he cannot possibly One notes with Interest the revivalIn L. P. _----_- -_- _--___ _--_ 4000 a state-;
unhappy and critical. Never Is there
s ing a band about the waist. It I. solve because he has not been trained popularity of covert cloth. It la a E. B. McGee, labor K. J. P. -__ 1.76
will be
in
daughter graduated together Charlie Cain labor E. I. P. ._ 66.00 joy living, as when the Stomach'and
next June from the Kansas State Nor- adorned with large pearl buttons, ant properly. To say to such a child "DoIt fabric that Is satisfactory In appearance O. Fletcher, labor E. U P. ._ l.iO Liver are dolngtheir work. Keept, .

mal school. tbe putent leather which encircles tbf youroelf" In often to discourage him and wearing qualities Many; W.Rotunda, labor Er LJ. P. _u I10 your Liver active and healthy by
H. Jones,
4f waist in finished with a pearl buckle.COLORS and to cause him to waste time. spring mudeln shown by manufacturers May I.br. Co.. drayage Ibr. W. U E.P.L.__P._ 1,81 i.ll using Dr. Kings New Life Pills they:

There are over 40,000 women teachers There Is a middle course between are rurrled out In this material J. J. I>ann. shop work R. I. P. I 60 empty the Bowels.freely tone up your'

ii employed in the Japanese elemen- 1 O O OOOO OOOO doing nothing for the learner and do. Illustrated here is a street gown ot W.lion B.
? tary schools at a salary of $R per 0 THAT MAKE o ing everything for him. This middle covert with an oddly designed coat. E. L. P. ___n. -_-- 16.10 purify the Blood. 25c at Druggist..;'' .

' '"m{ month. < course is to cause him by appropriate The [minted fronts, high belt which Oarlock Parking <'o. packing Bucklen's Arnica Salve. excellent for
ONE SEEM SLIM. for E. 1. I' . .___ 1908 Pile..
O'' 4 questions to take the necessary steps buttons to !the coat In the front confine [ Rtanrtarrt Oil ('0.. oil K: I.. u P. IH.26 k

Six hundred women in the New OOOO to help himself. This Is renlly what the fnllncxH nt the sldea. There Florida. : JClec.. Co... indue .K: I.. I'. t 60 '
!
a York workhouse will be net to knlt- Is straight collar mate iianK or 1<01...., orders pa. '
teaching whether It be In the a plain which roll ,
ting socks, bands and mufflers for the A girl who fears that she is too i menus for work at E. L. l>. ___' __ 14700
i for home or In the school. up around the throat. The diagonal Kiss. Transfer Co.. drayage .__ 8.76 Get Your Fresh lit
soldiers in Europe. plump the fashionable ideal of !
Osreola
Hdw Co. mds for E. ,
r' Why not for the poor; starving beauty should ponder well before Telling Is not teaching and refusing:' traps are really patch pocketa. The 1* P. hu .. ___ n. _. 111.OH __ ::,...::- I-
humanity of New York itself? choosing the color of her clothes. to give any assistance Is not teaching. gored skirt has the fashionable flare V. R. Ellis, frt. labor and poles 0

. . But to guide and stimulate the learner and Is In accordance with fashion's for E. L. P. ___ n_________ 1 0.70 APALACHICOLA

Ott t Dr. Laura Carnell, dean of: Temple Many colors add to their wearer's BO that he can work his own way preference for fuller skirts on spring Carson Mach Bros.Farmer, shop In.work B.E.L.L. P.P. 17.1 7.80

1 a college, Philadelphia, has been connected apparent size, while others have a through problems is teaching. gowns. M. Tiller Ins. E. k. P. __e___ 64.7S
institution for the kindly way of diminishing it. Citizens Bank of K...... In lieu
with that --
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-ti of warrant No. IOU u______ 1.411.60 ;
i last twenty-one.years.. Thus black-alas that it should be Reasonable Punishments. :OOtOOOOOOOO OOO'OOOOOOOO: Cltlsens Bank of Kiss .O- day Oysters i
Int.
on warrant No. 227521.70Communiation
Whatever
so in a gray world!-has the reproach or privation we
If women do not get the vote before I of power child O BEAUTY DON'TS. OO received from Mrs. ,
y I making one look her slimmest and Impose upon a must be'arly\ Hattie O. Cornell
O asking that
council
her death, Mrs. Margaret Stock- 'the stout find it a friend. Yet its connected with the offense. The child relieve her 01. certain amount of : -ATntE-,. '
OOOOOOOOO.O tOOOOOOOOOOOODon I
man of London is so framing her will effect is should taxes. Included "In old tax sale cer-
so that know
depressing one forgives always just why
>that. her son will be disinherited. those who exactly 't wash the face with soap and tincaies held by olty against lot two
. .ignore this quality. It Is being punished. Moreover, the water before going: out in the cold.Don't block Q of IL A. Matthew addition. Broad '

k Miss' Carolyn F.R "artea will be Subdued shades of blue, heliotropeand punishment should not be so long deterred fail to dry the hands thoroughly was After Instructed consMeratlon to allow on motion.. .. the cl.rk'l' way Cafe

r 'the lint woman tou practice law in olive green have also this happy that the child can lose the connection and rub in some softening lo- certificates and subsequent

,. "' Nassau county New York having aac- and much coveted effect of lessening between its offense and tbe tion every time the hands are batbed.Don't years, at face value, without 'Interest WIIrn' '
cessfuUT.seed the bar examination. the appearance of bulk, but wedg- pUnlshm'ent.Nothing wear tight shoes, as'tbey im- cellatlon.Parties redeeming to pay cost of can- : yon buy ApslacbJcola Clysters

," '> -,TT" e .. wood blue, pale gray and almost all that affects a child's health. pere the circulation. and make the feet A petition was presented from I here yon are sure of getting only, "

]j Mrs. Mary Mitchell has deeded backf' tones of red have. the.opposite power. such as Interference with meals or cold.Don't erty owners on West Patrick street prop good .whoUeossa, ...tra ""'TbiC: ,
to'' the her Nebraska wear a veil more than twoor and adjoining strets asking that elec
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: government with sleep should be used
as a punishment Oy tera-direct frost salt <
trio water W.
White can be all three times without it.Don't lights be extended. Upon motion
'\ farm valued at $5,000, which she ob- worn by though washing: I
Nor should useful work same was referred
i: a -atned through a method now recognized only the blond should choose clearor or cut finger nails; file them. to light committee.Mr. are prepared to supply yeaIa any"
be LaL nde
discredited *> and
study used Mr.
by being Curry called
as
) by her as irregular and dis- dead white. The wise brunette Don't go out for at least two hours council'. attention to petition presented quantity-pints, Quarts, .or by the:, "

should select creamy. tones.. a means of'punishment after a hot bath. to council previously, which was tabled gallon. Why not some for capper to-,
We must remember that asking for
punishmentis drainage West
Don't put your feet very near the on Verona
"' Mauve and certain shades of green, like medicine. There Is one punishment heat when cold. street tlon and urging council to take ac. nightrDirect /(
very In
i if regard to necessary and mnnh.
INDOOR PLANTS. worn
near the neck and shoulders -
$ 'that fits all all children. needed
cases or work
on same. On motion
) One reason why many plants die in are helpful in lessening any appearance Each case must be studied by Itself, TAKES OFF DANDRUFF. I was referred to street committee same with Shipments Receircd. Dally ,,:, t

:", the house durinjr the winter is be- of overstoutness. and th* nilnltthmi tnnvt KA made tn HAIR STOPS FALLING I power to act.Resolution | 1

; r" eaaae of steam heat. This is the driest fit the oflfense) -and-also the offender.- -- on west side ordering of Maple sidewalks avenue down from ) The Broadway Cafe .

f 1 of all kinds of heat, giving out abao- Oddly enough, these colors usually Save Hair! Get a 25 cent Bottle Aultman street to Mumner street was I
suit your
a certain type of blond that is Introduced and unanimously I PHONE ;
)(, lately no moisture, but quickly drying of Danderine Also adopted. 42.
of right now-
tt:: /.1:1:jj out all dampness in the air of a room. apt !p become stout after very early Plenty Sleep.
Itching scalp.
Nine o'clock stops --- -'---
girln&od is should
114; ; 'N Even with the windows open the past. be bed hour for

rfresh; supply of moist air coming in is all school children, with Friday and Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy ,.
; \' not sufficient to' combat the drying Japan has asked for increased spaceat Saturday nights as the only possible hair ii mute evidence of a neglected ,, ,

a process of the steam heat. the San Francisco exhibition. exceptions. Tbe hours from the con scalp-of dandruff-that awful acurf. ..a r1

f.1'1, '*" To remedy this the plant owner Thorough soaking in sea water clusion of supper to retiring time shouldbe There is nothing so destructive to

_c ,':v' 1'thud provide the moisture for the air. lengthens the life of telegraph poles. sufficient for preparing lessons. the hair as dandruff. ,Jot robs the hair I Stanford's I Stanford'sWe I .r

ti"; V :By,laying wet cloths on the radiator Then, too. if tbe child comes In from of its lustre, its strength and iU very ..

!t, 'r:\, therheat coming forth will be moist Modish Mourning H.LThere' play at B or half past there should be an life; eventually producing a feverishness -

$ ,eo: heat, which la not half so harmful much chic about tbe hour before supper In which to study. and itching of the scalp which
,.: .**either to plant or to person as the mourning It Is an excellent rule to forbid the if not remedied causes the hair roots

;fi /"vdrykind.' These clothes will have toP I bat here pictured. The shape isattractive reading of any story books outside the to shrink, loosen and die-then the Want You To Come

1i:,J,, be remoistened often. It depends and along- the lines featured I school hair falls out fact. A little Danderine
I course except on Saturdays and ,
:* the of heat in ...... time will
,, lard y on amount the 8t1nda,... The child who hi fond of tonight-now-any rarely

''tJ.f/' reading Is to become save your hair. and Examine
r., x This will do much to keep the in't.door apt so engrossedIn Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's These Suits

t .'. ; plants alive through the wniter. a book that he win neglect exercise Danderine from any drug store. You 'i- '

: The rest depends on the watering. and study for the completion of the surely can have beautiful hair and lots

e!!''J' > One 'woman says she has always man- $ r, book. But if a strict rule Is made and of it if you wili'jnst try a little Dan- We audit the faasou brand ef SCHLOSS BROTHERS' dothi** ;,

jM '.flftKed) to keep her Boston 'ferns for enforced that no reading shall be done derine. Save your hair! Try itl! known aQ.ever the cooatry for their renabXty and d 1
spleadid *
,-. " ))1. through the week that which weariic 1
at least a year by placing the jar except la qualities. .
...j" for They come ia aO sbe, styles sad fabric. cat t ft sad
; 'Lln'i small pan of water. She does necessary lessens the child will *

coil') 'hot give them any water from above, I find time for fresh air and sleep. built to wear. They are cheaper because they wear ...,... .

r1r .,/ '''bat leaves this little pan below so that ,, Co. us sad see tier *t %

",... ,the plant .draws up water as it need I ChUd..n'-;Shoes. If YOU AreTHINKING Prices reeve frooi $15.00 to _________________ ]><(>5 e eUlJ .
;.It. When
,! : r next you buy a pair of shoes

t :"Another way, which has been for the children take a hatpin or the

,'7l: ,'adoptod by many plant owners with point of a pair of scissors and score Stetson Hats

<'great success, is to put the whole ,..,, .. the soles and heels diagonally In lines ?
'"t (plant in the bathtub twice a week, let i OF BUILDING A It isn't fer
.\ ,i, about halt an inch apart Then start aeceuary M to tell you about the wearing qualities ef
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until it the
; top'water ran just covers at theo toe again and cross tbeae -lines, HOUSE OF ANY KIND. LET these Hats. They are the best to be had and wkesi '
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fci, k- 'la{ given It through the week, just ', do fall and bump thejr foreheadsrub Other Hat e

!" th.M'two baths. '< the place at once with salted butter AM PREPARED TO FUHNISH at ----------___________ "_-_____$ZM

' and there will be very little discoloration. \ Caps, afl styles. at ------------------"IIIIII"! .25c bL00
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t' PLANS AND ESTIMATES

-U i i AT ROCK BOTTOM In Our Shoe Department ;- '

ht": I 'S T E RS.k .; : Prolonging Dolly's Ufa. PRICES. .

To strengthen a doH'a bead first remove -
k \ ""t. the bead from the body then All QUEEN QUALITY SHOES, t.:' ; ''t

t 'A.IJaotoi4:Idanattaa.IIole> : ; . it'''' 1M..bat w....' Si.e rods.s ipfl050 $4 SO'
1R' ].. ,.re. y ,". with plaster of Jparla.nixed (,'to a .e' i i _
"_ smooth paste with 'fttw.. Bland Jr. to ; THE FLORSHEIM. t ''H' \ .

'Y, "I.it i; 'ar nt I <.ferSeal: Shlpt"ii .. sae aide with ahonyiera !np antH'per W.H. ARNPLDw ) a M-jra Shoe -fit -- _-N.. .-.. .1" \ 5S 00' a !Y 4ft s.,.,
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M I I ,HMMIM' --<".MMMI.' IOI. MI' OMI I IC renal 'b bie'l! meeting, 'at which 'the people. ]For the purpose of, th;> Bap. MORE:ABOUT', 'THE ." "?>StLoni.: ia manufacturers are""..ked 7
usual officers of' the 'church wen tilt church has gone to the labor andexpense '$500'LICENSE FEE to'provide shoes for French:aoldlers.\\ 1
chosen. 'The election resulted to and to Sweden baa 425,000 persons in' co.
fol- for
as prepare provide '
M !J Society Notes !J lows: ' this meeting. In looking; over the en- President of the city council, J. W. operative association.' *There -are. 6>i j '
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'The pastor having been called indefinitely tire country for MIme one to lead this Thompson has .called the Gazette's boats left Puerto Cor.te ,
oL294
total
\ was already pastor but his meeting we selected the who ,
a man
attention to the fact that the $500 lJ4i. t
J-! (Mattie, i Belle Maria;Editor..) salary was continued as it had: been.J. seemed to us to be the best qualified license tee .required of tent shows de- for the 3,673,600 United bunches State banana in 1913,' "
carrying
W. Wilder, re-elected church for the
purpose. airing to exhibit in the city b fixed.by
of human life is '
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length
., clerk Rev. F. McConnelt .Average .
resolution instead of ordenance
being an "
i Request E U lids t. all palms. of tike Valley Gazette to Mod Items 'II Carson Farmer re-elected church This illustrious preacher about therefore, according to law about 83 :years find of 1,000 of 100 person* '
treasurer.N fifty-five old.: He was educatedat only: .one reaches the age year; };
years that it cannot be changed except at
t I society:'events to;tie'Editor ''OI'lpabticatioD.ia( thus cohmns I , C. Bryan re-elected superintendI /Mercer university with the degree the beginning of a new fiscal year.

.. .. ........... ..: a'. . . a . . . .. .. . . ... . . .. .___ .' I I ent J.of M.the Johnson Sunday chosen school.assistant sun- Theological of A. M., and Seminary the Southern, and has Baptist the degree The public is reminded that the new When you first catch a Cold (often ' .
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. .... .. :' 11' "" . :" . . '_ fiscal :year begins in spring and while I, indicated by a sneeze or cough), break rh
erintendent of the Sunday school. of D. D. He has been
preaching The idea that It doe
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the council is powerless to act on this lit up at once.
BIRTHDAY PARTY; I Miss Elizabeth Carson re-elected for thirty-five years, and has steadily not matter" often leads to serious I ,
Uttle.Miss matter until that If the majority
time
Jeanelle Prevatt installed were: pianist. grown in power and influence without The remedy which immediately '
A talned a number oft her-little P. C.; Mrs. J. Mrs. Earl Lupfer chosen choir tt single pause from the day of his of citizens want this resolution I I complications.,, and easily penetrate the'
x Saturday" afternoon in honor of C.; Mrs. J. E. leader. ordination until the present. He was changed they should make. their desires lining of ,the throat is the kind d.-. '
birthday at her home on Alaska ; E. S. Beeland, E. Miss nlma l Graham chosen superintendent for some time the home mission secretary known beforehand. This resolution I I manded. Dr. King's New Di coTerjr." ;
were enjoyed on the ; Man.; Miss of the home department. I of the great home mission board soothes the irritation, loosen the
by after which delicious refreshments M. of R. & C. ; Mrs. J. M. Johnson re-elected sup located at Atlanta Ga. But his greatest was passed 'several years ago I I phlegm. You feel] better at once "It
ice cream, cake, .and. mit.: were M. of F.; Mrs. G. erintendent of the cradle roll. work has been that of a pastor, when tent shows were proving a nuisance I seemed to reach the very spot of my;
i I /LOYE-McGREW." ; T. W. Ellis. G. The Ladies' Aid society Woman's and in this capacity he has served for the city and it has been I i Cough" is one of many honest teati- '

John appeared Missionary society Busy Bees, and Home of the most prominent churches sustained by each succeeding council. monials. 50c at your Druggist
Mr. Love of St. Joe, flowers, With the in his denomination. As an orator he
Juniors are all to select their own ,
and Mrs. Ella Fi McGrew." of BH flower girls: has but few equals and no superiors
Ind., united in marriage at 6 officers. - - - - . -.----.-. .-.. -.. -...
were : !? Rivers May among his brethren. As an example .... .., toH""O *(I" VV4h . ... . "
o'clock Tuesday everting at the Lucile GrifTin The reports of these auxiliaries developed -i of his oratorical ability one instancewill ." /
of Mr::Stephens on Main street that a decided advance in suffice. At the late session of
/ A. M..j Chiaholm performing the every line of Christian work had been I the Southern Baptist convention in

,,'! mony It was, an informal home n 11 ' made during the past year.It Nashville, Tenn., Dr. McConnell advocated ANNOUNCEMENTI.
a, ding with only the relatives and a ft : : 1i ] was also the third anniversaryof I a measure that was not pop I.
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s ; friends present.MTO .... .. r: of : : the pastor, who presented a re- ular. But his speech in behalf of his
MaS. port of I labors .for the__whole period.At .1 I views was so logical, so fairminded,
HONOR PORCH. the close of the roll call, all the HO sweet in its spirit so earnest in
Mrs.;S. B. Aultman and Miss and members who had been received into its presentation, and BO surpassingly
abeth(Aultman were hostesses of the church under the present pastor, eloquent withal, that it swept the
informal tea'Thursday afternoon were invited forward and fully half field, and had the vote on the measure
Progress .
ranged to compliment their of the congregation came forward. been taken at once, there i is little The Family Shoe Store "
p.I HN guest; Mn.'Eben Porch of St. The stirring hymn, "When the Roll i is doubt but it would have carried. But
A:large number of guests called n 1111111 : ; "
'e Called Up Yonder, I'll Be There, was Dr. McConnell himself, made the
it 1 the'receiving hours and the Ministers' heartily sung while the members exchanged proposition that action on the question -
t 't t ;temoon waa thoroughly enjoyed. -the band of fellowship. So be deferred a year, that brethren
io } /;"*!Little Mia Lucy Pearce and delightful was the occasion that it I, might have further time to considerit. Wishes to announce last it has purchased the dock and fixtures
t %ter Eben Porch Jr., assisted to I I I I I I I I I I I I I I was proposed to make it an annual Perhaps the greatest work that of the Shoe Department of Danes Store and will conduct it from BOW

.5 Miss Betty Pherigo gave a MEETING. affair. Plans and arrangements were Dr. McConnell ever did, was whenhe on as a separate store. We will put in a complete line of tilt latest y
e, 1 S jaDd\: .Cl f Victrola selections. be held at the made for the carrying forward of led George W. Truett to Christ, and most up-to-date Footwear for member of the family aad
every
? 3 o'clock Sun- every department of work for the and Truett has become the most successful -
OYSTER'SUPPER.f "
v had a profitable year, and about fifty members were preacher of his generation will do our best to five yon real "Foot Comfort. We will be glad
ti ( < X. Tiller entertained the Rev. Lewis giv- placed on committees looking to a among the Baptists. Let no one miss to have yon call and see our new styles.
v y : '*era.-ofthe Osceola High school talk] that prov- more general co-operation among the n single service.
f"'ketb; teachers and coaches with members to this end.
"/ ;, oyster supper Monday evening at will lead the Altogether the outlook for this MOTHER'S CLUB.
hI I t.'111 i'';''hom.,on Beaumont avenue in \ afternoon. We I church seemed never so bright b<>- The Mother's Self-Culture club met NEW SHOES ARRIVINGWe
\ ; ; :went' of a promise to do so if and want to fore. ,I in regular session on last Friday afternoon -
i ?N4h": Werfl victorious in the game ,service during January R. 1915, at the residence -
l ',,'., ,:nth Bartow last Saturday THE REVIVAL, MEETING I of Mrs. J. T.. Burckhalter, No. have jail received a new line of WOMEN'S DRESS PUMPS
After an excellent supper music and assist in this I AT BAPTIST CHURCH.By :,102 Bryan street, Mrs. W. B. Makinson -
I' (ame. were enjoyed. Those president, was in the chair, and and BOOTS. They come in all leathers and sixes fl! O f\

s .) 'were Messrs. Nat Carson, H. JONES, ( REV. A. J. HOLT. a good programme was rendered by See them at $4.50 to -_ - -- J> & J\/ ,
( ,.. Bryan George Cooper Harold Chairman In naming it a "Revival Meeting" the members of the club, subject for S
f. ,Don Beater, Sheldon Johnson, ; [ I only show my faith that it i is going discussion being, "Recreation for Chil- Also a shipment of MISSES and CHILDREN'S DRESS SHOES
13 Jan-el- Will Mason Tiller, B. E. CHURCH. to be such. We cannot appoint a revival dren," and along this line of thoughtsome
in all sizes at popular prices. See them in our window.
< R. F. Webb and Thad Oliver.
i ; self-denial is be meeting, nor work one up. It fine papers were read. The program (
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,v Presbyterian has to come down. But we are pray was as follows: -i
FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. : An interest ing that it may come down, from Rending of the 5th Psalm-Mrs.. W.
Mrs.Nellie Rogero! was hostess I II (' has been I the great Father of Lights. We B. Makinson. i This new store kindly asks for your pstronsfe.

( the Five Hundred club this week, J. H. Lansdell need it. I have yet to see a person I'I'I Lord's prayer in concert by the I IIuh.
tertainlng Tuesday afternoon at I I of the self- I that did not need reviving, unless < I
borne of her mother, Mrs. 8. L. I I to aid in meet I !hat one was already ,in gracious reviva -I Paper-The Function of Play in a I
ier. Four tables were engaged in in the mission ,. We have naa an unusually I System of Child Training. Mrs.: Mark I II The Family Shoe Store
5"Sfv ;} card: game. Members of the I: period cold] damp winter so far, and this Munger. I j
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present were Miss Turville, war. has operated against church attend I Reading To Our Mother's-Mrs.
Y i Virginia and Angie Makinson, I )) .sing at the Pres i ance. When people fail from any ) Earl Lupfer.PaperNecessity J'I
s4 y Dixon: Miss Bay Miss Lenora I both morn- cause to attend church it soon mani- of Games; -Mrs. J. W. HARRIS Manager
ard and Mesdames Ragsdale, evening hour fests itself in a lack of spirituality, I ll. L. Overstreet.
t" Katz J. D. Woodheek, Boice, sonfc service and increasing worldiness. So we all Recitations I>ady; That Little I IN THE DANN BUILDING.
Overstreet, Sears and Clark. i is being need a revival. While this meeting 'hap of Mine; To My Son and the
r .# Meetch. Mrs. Pilley and Miss is to be held in the Baptist church, Mother Ixwe-by Homer Rodeheaver. err ifi0004444o W4:_: ?S. oo->_C-:44+7 }'r7,..}}+, I
erine Judson were visitors present. and under the of the Children's
AmusementsbyMrq.
auspices
Baptists
Paper-
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The first prize was awarded to SUNDAY. with a Baptist evangelist lead-i J. Earl Lupfer. - -
;r Turville, consolation to Miss Vir I 9:45 a. m., N. C.I, Ing, yet we are by no means selfish] Vesper service--Abide With Me; --.1-- i
1 Makinson: and Mrs. Pilley was and grealy desire that all Christians{I I, Nearer My God, to Thee and Doxology -
the guest prize. Or. F. C. Mc- I shall share with us in the blesings -by Hayden quartet.
r After the game! a buffet Ga. which we expect to receive. The i I A salad course with fruit cake and
TaE:: BIa
1 AT : STORE I "
was served Mrs. S. L. Lupfer : p. m. I chief reason for holding this mooting coffee was served by the hostesses,
:llrC Earl Lupfer assiting Mrs. Regero at night by Dr. 'I I I
is the hope that we may reach the I Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter] and sister, Mrs.
in serving and entertaining I I unsaved in our community. It i is a I IIt.I I D. Fairman, and every one enjoyed -
: .service matter of the gravest concern to all the social hour. .
t tom" EPWORTII LEAGUE PARTY. : Chapel of I of God's people in Kissimmee thatso I The next regular meeting will beheld LOOK AT THESE
.,'The member of the Senior Dr. McConnell
I I I 'many of our citizens are unsaved.We I on Friday afternoon, January 22,
league'were delightfully 7'T'o. the house to i, cannot consider with complacency and the hour and place will be an-
Monday evening byMr. and Mrs. pastor of the this fact without deep concern. This nounced later on.
rett at their home at Campbell Sta.tion. Farmer, was a'' is why we build church houses why
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The party made .the trip in we maintain worship; why we hire The highest hotel in the United BIG CASH SPECIALS: .4
Campbell Station and back on aha ,
I ? preachers; why we spend our JJme States will be erected' in California
'wagon and had a jolly time. While church and .
and treasure in keeping up the king- at an elevation of 12,000 feet abovesea
4'r the'Garrott home games and will be comfort- dom; we desire the salvation of our level. )
.- were enjoyed. Delicious j the .meetings. Lust Week We Announced that the Big
'of punch and cake were served. win u always Del, ------ - - --- -- -
;) 'present were Mr. and Mrs. well heated,, I Store would jjo on a Cash; Basis Today-
( \ Mrs. Zimmerman Mrs. Ober seats be '
S are
t; Alberta Hobson, Elsie Norton to increase the'' J. D. CLARK Friday---and thnt we wereRoingto give you \t: I

i, ,Bratton, Cecelia Overstreet church. New the SAME HIGH QUALITY OF GOODS that 4 i iry
,- and Maud Thomaaon, Parah and bought and the' :
,n ,, Clark Hattie Eby. Nettie j ".' by Profes-' Real Estate Broker you have always been getting here but ,f{
Lillian Prentls Mettle Belle i and trained I
d t Messrs. Earl Cowager Melville Huffman 1 l singing talent! thntYOU WERE GOING TO GET THEM I "

,...Harper Casler, Frank to assist. Pro- I| FOR 15 CENTS ON A DOLLAR LESS THAN I
Vacant Lots ; i
Residential Lake Shore
Orange ,
Cottages
and I!by. . J ; his chorus Property, ,

u e" ? A. W. L. RECEPTION. I I Baptist voices church.in the ; Groves Truck Farms Timber and Prairie Lands HERETOFORE. /r i,.

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ft : --TJ; newly elected officers of I HOLT, Pastor. |

S American Woman's league held a public ) RALLY DAY. | KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA SATURDAY
i reception at the Chapter House
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at the
'1 Tuesday evening to compliment I successful Baptist in Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 68 : BARGAINS
-outgoing officers. Mrs. W. J. S. large i and MONDAY <1;
Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Mr*. W. L. Winnand their friends..num-It ,, Correspondence solicited gf-u !
Mr. C. A; Carson are the retiring
I regular business ,
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officers; Miss Elizabeth Donegan '
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Mrs. W. B. Makinson Miss Elizabeth! -- - --- For
Saturday
offer
we are going to big SHIRT
d' v ,, Aultman and Mrs.. J. C. Robinson the yon a
new oner.About Special These Shirts are of the best quality with and without ,

J twenty-five guests attended . ... ... collars. Come in all sizes aid are big values at the following J )
the reception and greatly enjoyed the price: '""s
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musical program arranged for the occaslon.

Particularly pleasing were
a Y
n, v .the number rendered by Mr. Lan* REGULAR VALUE- -SATURDAY SPECIAL
den a visitor who ha. a dramatic bass
1'' S 1'-h: voice and sings with much expression E WISE"And 60c Shirts '
4, nN la1 addition to his elections a program 43c .-
of Victrola opera music was ""
-t.. 'enjoyed and dainty refreshments $1.00 Shirts 89c ,

,w h were On served.Tuesday evening, January 26 the Seven Wise Virgins filled their Fords' $1.50 Shirts 1.19 y 1
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will -
the retiring officer of the league
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return the courtesy of this week by Gasoline but the Seven Foolish Virgins gave .., ,
a ) entertaining at the Chapter House for I ''f

''., t 1 lie the reception new officers.also and This townspeople will be a pub-and as to the future. It therefore came to Big Talcum Powder Special ,

:) visitors are cordially invited to at- :
tend, that while the Seven Wise Virgins were eating
, . MONDAY we are IOU( to offer you a splendid barf ala.

fi sPYTUTAN SISTERS INSTALLED OFFICERS at the First Controll, the Seven Foolish We WISTARIA are loin I to pat TALCUM OB sale the POWDER.well know None L A V better ALL for I ERE nursery fit j


The "first public installation of officer were Waiting in the dark for one of John D's toilet or bath. Only oat to a customer S. ,J w

t'' + ever held by the Pythian Sis- Regular 15c value MONDAY ONLY ______________
.;ten'of this city was an enjoyable wagons to come along. ---- -
Si eocial event of Thursday evening', at- -

<,friend tended by and; a.lodge large guest associates.party The of Get votes on the Ford at Closing Out All Coats and Coat, a .

impressive and beautiful installation r
;' ,ceremony occupied first piseefollowing Suite At Just One-Half : :

rt .. 'program with a social h : ,a '1t '
; :.during 'Which'the Klslmmee orchestra Former Price .
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rendered many pleasing .
, land. dajnty refreshments were served VOTES ON AUTO ..rDann's
'b- y", .Mn.L.,H."Inarram'presided at.th.'of WITH ALL PURCHASES;, t .
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( .the. installation. Then to
K', f of .marie we new officer The Leading Grocers .
Iato,fee hn end took their ; f,, Dept. Sto.r'e)
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... 'THE'sOSSBfMEE* VALLEY GAZETTE' P. J.'Mwrphy/eompW' ) ol tie Mur'": /W.'W.-':BAH'.and; wife, of:OnclnnatO ; ':EL:XI: ::Aahmore, of,Artesian,:'South 1jTRSUNCLAIMfD:': ; HWD '.STOMACH, .'TKOUBUaV .

., (TelephonsHo.lt.! ) . phy'ioftidal, railway guide:of FlorIda arrived In the city this week andwii Dak- and V. ,& Doan' of Madison. : ,GASES ORPapa's DY""">a' A
PIa'Wahecl.Bftrr Friday was in the city this, week on blur. I probably locate permanent) ; Mr. South Dak., ara' pending several day.1 : '' .. .....- ; .... -
By near* Ball purchased a tract of land nearKisaimmea In l Klvslmmee, prospecting a viewto VAT THE posrof FICE "' ..' .. .
w. .. HABJUS A. KU CL.TAMl AOHBTW : . .. DIa,..,... ,. .. Ili11..
.Mr. and Mrs. A. W.::Seabring. of st: some time ago,''which be I i. locating Mr. Ashnore,.. who' is '' )' '
Cloud spent Tuesday in preparing'to improve. largely, engaged In fanning' In Can.' Ittaal...._ Fla,: "BIle. 11. 111{. Gassy, .Stomach* sarly foal. tea

.' "iu ..i. . ... .. guests of. MfM .' and lira, J.the..clty'a.D Wood-. ,' S. J.' Triplett of St' Cloud, was in ad& and South Dakota, la favorably Advertised.JsJinsj-y list is for nil the: two. weelisvndlric . ,ia tlva-...t-, ,. ; "

the city,Tuesday "n route to Sanford Impressed with the' cattle. business,in Baker Mary DeaL Albert: If,what Just ate Is .
Weather : Windermer. to attend the"stat" labor convention, this sectionrMra. :: Mrs. N. W.| Brady: Mrs. Dradr'' you
.\ Report residents visiting in the stomach;or lies like
I your.
BABlton. Ip.* Ribs; Bass, Dan Bron-
city Wednesday were Mrs., Palmer and which he addressed Wednesday mornIng D. B. Herrington has been exhibiting -V son J. i ....; Brown, Frank: tmhron, lead,' refusing to''digest; w
'.' daughter Mrs. Luff and Mr.and Mrs. and from Sanford ha goes' to Tallahassee to her friends a dwarfed Mr. 8.1 M..a Ds.Tls..MtM Florsnoej ,,J.. gas and eructate soar, .
4 r Ii. L..V. Lee! for a conference. with the rail cedar tree, which. was frown in Japan cobs.,'Luther Johnson Preston; La...- food, 'or'have a feeling of.< '
bort, Joi H> .
Milton 4J.t MeCuIlowvh.iM
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ire" and which seat her
road commission .was Christ
Following daily'perfetures tem- as a
Mr. and Mrs. C; T. Ansley and IOn U| MoO;>.>..1&r. Walter MoBrlde, ". heartburn, fullness, reuses '
and precipitation 'Marion left Wednesday for J. A..O'Berry was In the city Tuesday ma'r.resent. from New York.. The''C.; Nutt, M.., a U: R :y.' BM.. <1)J in mouth and ,; '? .
Tampa, small lower and 44N1h.Mrs. & at Wheeler ". herspoon. .
pot i o.l I IWit .
where en route to his home Whittier can get blessed relief In
; u reported by Government they expect to make their Jo.J'; William. Cer... Wll-
about Inches It ;
eight high. Is said
after several weeks in- the to Put end stomach foroiw. //1"
at Kiaslmmee* tor the .home. spending : >, Ham. T. M.; Tuller Chaa. Reft-lsterv an to trouble .
station be forty :years old. Th. trunk' Is ""
Homestead district Dade county, putting B. U. SIMPSON. by getting a. large fifty-cent case of r
! week ending January 14: McClelland 4,5B"8'and Albert J. M. Arnold W. G. In acrop I, of tomatoes. Mr. smaller than a, lead pencil. '_- Postmaster.. PI,.'. Diapepsln'from any drug store.;' ''

Whittier in Montadoca were O'Berry will return to Dade county For citrus trees see F. H. Lawson,.. KlMlmmee FILe, Jan. 4.: llll:: You realise in five minutes how needless .:. .
Friday .. ... ..73 45 week.L people town early In the in the near future. next .door .postoffice. 61-tf 1!1 ending Advertised Janua list' for l.i the. fjro. weeks 5th I. to suffer from indigestion, w
Saturday __ __.f-66 55 Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Spousler. of Ellis. Miss errri.: Oallowav., Mrs. W. dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. '
__ __70 50 E. Overstreet, after spending the Grand Rapids, Mich., are again hereto Amacon valley this year 'shipped Sunday Christmas holidays with relatives spend the winter to the delight of 0,178.686 pounds of crude rubber. ;{i I Moor. K-; Perry. Lwls. ID.) Belter. tor..in .the,,world.'> Ifs wonderful I J"f
Monday _66 60 2.10 here, returned this week to the east Maurice J.: RObaraon"1... l. J.J: Smith '' .
their friends. This fa their Prompt Action Will Stop Tear Ceti' r 'it-
coast many Mr* Willie; Smith W.- H.I Thornton. "
Tuesday -64 51 fourth season in Kissimmee, and they I I ae. B. Q.i Wetherspoon. Joe, --' '
Wednesday -63 38 O. G. Husband of Jacksonville was are more highly pleased with each MAKES BACKACHE : '.",". :"- .
in the city Thursday. Mr. Husband visit..
. .._66 40 i '
Thursday
I is state hotel ,4
inspector and was hereon
eM00.ooooo.O..O.t official business. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOR QUICKLY DISAPPEARA F. M. BtTN-KE1..

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cording. of
; :
_ 1111111 Pittsburg, Pa., spent several. in MARHHAI. AND. T.t.XCOLLEVTOR. COPPER AND GALVANIZEDIKONCpRNICETile a

: i [: LOCAL FIELD uable Klssimmee real estate looking which after they some own val-in In announcing the city democratic myself a candidate white prim before Few Miseries Doses Bladder Relieve Weakness AU Such, :, Tic Hlate and Metal Shingle.Roofing: ', +4,';

IJIII I thin vicinity.Mr. ary. for the office of marshal and tax Kidney Trouble and Rheumatism Guttering and Down Spouting: ,- j
and Mrs. W. W. collector of KlMlmmre. I desire to say Promptly Vanish. ''* '
Young of Lib- "
that If elected I will fill the positionwithout ROOF REPAIRING AND: PAINTING 'J
'
erty Center 0., have arrived in Kis- *
1 fear or favor toward any : $ '
iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini nmmee with the intention of clan of citizens and will uphold the It Is no longer necessary for any # < >
spending '
one to suffer with .kidney 124 S. Ocean St. Phone 6940. Jacksonville flair,
/ M. Katz spent Sunday in Lakeland.Mr. the remainder of the winter here. 4-lf law In every aEQRQBJ Instance.W. OVERSTREET. trouble have disagreeable backaching blad-- > ., '

and Mrs. Howard Kate motoredto Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mallette of Savannah - der and urinary disorders to contend _
:
Ga., are in the city; for a few FOR MAYOR.I _- --: ---- -: -i
Orlando Sunday for a brief visit. with, or be tortured with rheumatism ; -' - - :
days' visit with their daughter Mrs. hereby announce myself as a candidate stiff joints and its heart- '
F. W. Hill of Narcoosee,'was a visitor George W. Persons. for re-election to the office of for the i
wrenching pains discovery
mayor of the city of Klsslmme. subject new I
in the city the first of the week.A. .
Spend the
week-end at Rossmore to the action of the democraticwhite Croxone quickly and surely relieves -
O. Martin of Sanford spent Inn, Windmere where you will find primary. all such troubles.
a" Tuesday in the city.; pleasant surroundings, good cooking 4-" H. R. MAY. Croxone is the most wonderful

I W. H. Brokaw with Gritting Brothers fishing and boating and an Informal FOR MARSHAL AND' TAX remedy yet devised for ridding the Small Feet ? This 'Way V
the tree .peoplo. 40-tf dance Saturday night.Mrs COLLBOTOR. system of uric acid and driving out

J. E. Simms, of Jacksonville was Margaret J. Hall, of Grand I all the poisonous impurities which . .
hereby announce myself as a candidate ,
here business this week.J. Rapids Mich., is visiting here as the cause such troubles. It is entirely '
on for re-election to the office of W. have received .
of Mr. different from all other remedies. Its Jut a cmifmmemt af Ladle.PattLeather .
and
guest Mrs. Abbott and Mrs. marshal and tax collector of Klsslramce -
M. McDonald of Davenport was May Stockdale at their home on Ader- subject to the action of the democratic not like anything; else ever used Boots ia small sixes and arrow widtbu.waUy'. : .
business
visitors.
a recent hold street. with white the primary.office I will If attain!do! In honored the for the purpose. It acts on the prin- carried ia stores ewtsios of the larger dtita Tier ka Lea '. '
Capt C. H.:Armstrong was up from Bartow Dutton of the Dutton-Har- future as In the. past perform the ciple of cleaning out the poisons and ,
d far
a Urge oeM. these widtks Sa KkstesiM aid far those
Kenansville several day this -week.J. ris Shoe firm is duties and obey the laws to the best removing the cause. .
severaldays !
spending of my ability. It soaks right in through the walls, who are ia need af a doable and triple A w. ara prepared ,
F. Buell of Lakeland was hereon at Lakeland, helping out with a 4-tf FLOYD TIBON. .
business this week.A sale at the Dutton-Harris store membranes and linings like water in t. ...-.-..-.7-. .., '
NOTICE. a sponge neutralizes, dissolves and ;oj "
.
there.J.
business) visitor from Loughman makes the kidneys sift out and filter .;,'
this week was E. D. Hogan. D. Griffith has arrived from Notice Is hereby given that the t1ndersigned away all the uric acid and poisons '\ :' 6

, Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. Wichita, Kan., for his usual winter'isit mar Rush as a gruardlan minor will of make Francis application La-- from the blood and leaves the kid- GENTLEMEN: i ;
Osceola Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29tfJ. and will put in most of Hs time to the Hon. T M Murphy neys and urinary organs clean .
looking after his fruit farm near Kis- county judge Osceola Florida '. :
O. of Russellville county strong, healthy and well.
Henley Ky.. immee. In probate titling on the 16th day of It matters not how have Mr. J. D. Prevatt representing Tke Lav Co QaaBty
long .
it registered at the Manhattan.Z. February A. !>., 1915. at 10 o'clock a. you v
N. Parker, of Arcadia spent the Wm. I. Barclay of the real estate' m., or as soon thereafter as said application suffered, how' old you are, or what _, Tailors wiD be at oar store Friday and Sa__".., this ':J i

f I' week-end here visiting friends.R. I firm of Barclay-Fletcher Co., of Sioux authorizing can be undersigned heard for B.S an!!fuardIII order- you have used the very; principle of week with their spring CBS of samples H. 'will kae with
Croxone is such that it is practically ,
(
City, Dak., is spending several weeksin ,
n aforesaid to sell at private salethe
R. Tomlin, of Plant City was KisRimmee, the guest of his father one-half undivided Interest of Bald impossible to take it into the human kin the strongest, most attractive assortassit ever skew. r
here on business the first of the week. J. A. Barclay. minor. Francis LAmar Rush In and to system without results. There is by these leading tailors. The Caa contains" attractioas far
John T. Hogg, of St. Cloud, has beenIn the following described land In Os nothing else on earth like it. It
the old the
ceola county Klorlda. man, yonaf mesa, every mar _
Mr. Harry Hunter of the
president
the city attending court this week. Block 84 of the Florida Land andImprovement start to work the minute you take it t
Hunter Land arrived in Kis- CALL AND SEE THIS LINE AND HAVE A TALK
company i company's addition to the and relieves you the first time you ,
Aaron Bass of St. Cloud, is attend-
simmee several days ago and expects I city- of KlBflfmraee, Fla.J. use it. WITH HIM ON THE SUBJECT OF TOUR SPRING % a
ing the January term of county court. to remain here through the winter. EMORY RUSH. ;
: in
If suffer with pains your
Guardian of Francis I Kuah. you
Col. S. D. Decker of St. Cloud, wasa He is stopping at the Grayntone. I Dated Klsslmmee. Fla., January amnr 16, hack and aides or have any signs of
business visitor of the week.S. If you hear of an item of news that 116. 4-Kt kidney, bladder troubles, or rheumatism CLOTHES.'I'I
B. Aultman went to Winter Garden you think should go in the paper call 1 such as puffy swellings under
,Thursday on a business trip. up 'phone 11 and tell us about it. We NOTICE TO PROPERTY the eyes or in the feet and ankles -if Dutton-Harris Shoe Store
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goodman want to print all the news that is fit OWNERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTYI you are nervous tired and run down, lwf

603 Mabbette street a boy. to print. or bothered wlth urinary; disorders ,
will be at the following named will relieve of ,rr
Croxone quickly you "Y
Mrs. Howard Katz
Is her
Charles O'Berry is in Dade county expecting
precincts on dates given below for the
., on business and anticipates putting in mother, Mrs. Fanny Powell, and her purpose of receiving tax returns on your package misery. You of Croxone can secure at an trifling original Fat Tick ft* Here Pro greitive Advertising Company 3f
sister Miss Sybil Powell .to arrive j
there. ; ".
a spring crop both real and personal property:
from first class .
Saturday from Rolla Mo., to spend Precinct No. 2 Shingle Creek Jan- cost any druggist.All LARGE FEET ? THIS WAY
/5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case the remainder of the winter in the druggists are authorized to per-- ., tyr
of Fever or Chills.. Price, 25 cents. uary 29.Precinct. sonally return the purchase price if it w

Judge Perkins, 0.... DeLand, was a city.There's always something differentat January 30.Precinct .No.3. Campbell Station fails in a single case. 'f f
'
business visitor in 'lbe city .several the Embroidery Shop. Just now No.4, St. Cloud Feb. 1. ,. r,

days ago. it is a new style of cap for old and Precinct No. 6, Crabgrass, Feb. 3.
Mr. IL D. Patterson, of Nebraska young, made in dainty chiffo'n cloth Precinct No. 6, Whittier Feb. 4. .
: is in the city for a two weeks' visit for evening wear in dark silk for Precinct No. 9, Alger Feb. 5. . ,A('
,
with his sister, Mrs. W I. Barber.F. motoring and net or lace for house Precinct No. 7, Bassenger Feb. 7. .' ti'"!-' .1

M.7olkerson, of Philadelphia Is wear. Ask to see it. Precinct No. 8, Narcoosee, Feb. 10. I 'ir .

{ In the city *with the intention of locating Mrs. C. V. Bearden received the sad Precinct Np. 10, Reedy Creek, Feb. ,, . ,. ' ,. ,., . ;',. \ *!I-\'" .,:':"" I '.--,..."... .
her intelligence by wire that 11.Precinct. . ,
I Thursday ruary : I '
Stanley Bullock, who Is employed at her brother John Doremus had died No.1. Kissimmee all
the family store made business tripto suddenly at his home in Madison Ga. through month of March. .
McClain's postoffice this week. He leaves a widow and two small 4-5t WM. I. BARBER, "
children. Assesor of Taxes, Osceola Co. KATZ VALUE
I CORNER
Rev. D. C. Garrison of Forest, 0.,

week.has been a visitor in the city this : .,

t i I P. S. Martin and T. S. Laws, of ,
---- .
" Kenton Ohio were among the week's 0000000900 00000 p.
r visitors.

4; Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Maryland .

,f and ,Mrs.are visiting McPhatter.in the city with Mr. If Your .Eyes are Not 1-4 to 1-2 Off"


Mr. and Mrs. Clay Johnson left
I II
I Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Right, Consult .
!t E. P. Dann in Miami. On all Ladies' Suits Coats

Mrs. C. W. Breaker of Chattanooga ,
continues her visit with Capt. and Mrs. I ,
H. E. COLEat
': B. M. Breaker, of this city. and Skirts .

; Cypress field boxeD for sale cheap. '

, Osceola Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf ,' '

Miss Veal aPrker of Arcadia, is

",the Vivian guest Lee.of the Misses Mildred and BEGINNING JANUARY 16TH


Jno. M. Lee left last night (Thurs- -. .
day), for a business trip to Jacksonville Cole Jewelry Co.

I expecting to return Saturday.

John a business M. Hansell visitor of in the Kenan8ville.I city this, ..3 o.oo 00 000000_10 ot 00 to 0 0-0 0 This includes our stock of .r"


Week.It, Timer has been in from ShinCreek .
,
e attending court for several
y

dater.: Rhynes and Jesse Arnold :I

;were'' Whittier people in town for Printzess Garments
'J court, during the week.

v The Gazette would like to have a

corespondent in every; section of Os.- AUTO tROUBLES \

eeola county. .
< Mr.:'and Mrs. E. D. French, of St.
P: Cloud Minn. have arrived in Ki siminee I

.to spend the winter.

Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Moyer. of Lock- than which )' V
better
l portN.: ',J.,1 are here for the winter none

<-and at present are the gnests of Mrs. Respond quickly and inexpensively to our

Franklin: on Emmett street treatment. If rattles] does not can be found ;
:Mrs.**,'H. Reese returned Monday your oar or run

.trom Georgia, where she has spent the smoothly, or jars, or makes too much noise .
friends and
four months visiting i"
relatives past. .;;'J IT IS TIME TO BRING IT TO US if you ."

r.Mr.Fred: :- >Bvera, of Nebraska who want it ,to last. A dollar or two spent on that ,
of the state, Is the '
a tour .
s>(meat, of.Mr. and )(n. W. I, Parbei- f car today may save you ten tomorrow, and that .. ,;
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ail. viaiting to Kiastonwe. j.i an INDISPUTABLE FACT.fIUPFEK ,.., ..- '... .

. 'Among: the northern .llItorwln town I M.Klssitmiiee ,..:.rt'. . TZ '1'J<
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FACE' d.. vmhx' A ; u 4 'J :THE' : 'KISSIMMEE :VALLEY GAZETTE' _ It't FRIDAY' JANUARY, IS, lfIS'The ;. @ >


: -- wed rglllgb.nrths2'ld.lied':Ram. was .arcl........... I am powerless; to vestlgated. bl* city' on behalf of Ramsbel., ;

t-- '!o.i .' : '. colonel''prodneed t .......: blnn..\ It. was Umballa;, bat, Upon,bar ,knees. her arm 'Ga" 'The frail -won)** Who loved Unbans ORiNIi'c

: the, document which had been lecailfcanceled. what proof have) IT None, none.. WaD"j'stretched toward th* scowling priest '.......edll.r heads .supplication.. ,

: Umballa laughed and d. tor me thw.JaI.ft, but one thing:to 'J!the woman of the cenana. tremblingly :. Kathlyn understood.;''She shook brbead ,IMA

clared that he himself had forced that leave Allaha for good.- ,We,two shall told her talei:, bow she bad saved Unvballab ,Umballa should end his day Ifl t.

; particular document that 'thee true !go to some country where honor and/ during the revolt: how she had the treadmill; he' should grind the

Adyjntwes which he held was,, not Iscally' de kindness are) not crimes but virtues.- secured him, shelter with,, her sister people's.corn. Nothing: should stir bet

rJ ) stroyed. ,, "My.': lord It it!our, new' .religion. who'was a dancerbow, she bad vie from this determination. 4.1

N Burning with, the thought of revenge "And hall ''we bold to..It'and.:go. or tied TJmballa 4n his secret chamber; "Majesty', and whatv ot me?" cried (, .,, ,

'' of reprisal bow could Durga repudiate It and stay'!" bow be bad] confided to her !bis? plans] the'"'nhapp,. woman, now fined with ) ", 11-ltts. M

''ofJ Kkthlyri Ram know that b. thus dug his own "I am my lord' chattel;: but I how' she bad seen hlm;/with her own another kind of remorse ,-- ._- --:--

>} pit? Had be let thorn, go-he would should "despise him U.h. took the base eyes become one. of tbs fake bearersof "You shall return to the zenana for

have eventually been crowned as surely course. the palanquin. the preaeut.- - '

. led to the And so "should I, flower of my The woman lie. because I GuttersMouldlni .
as now his' path straight spurned "Then I am not to die majesty ,
"
it" 0 heart! Ramabal folded his arms and !" roared Umballa. "
:, es :, treadmill. her "No"And.
KAftOU; > I Ahmed alone escaped because! Umballa stared down moodily at the man who, "Away with her!" cried the chief Bala Kb& T" Inquired the
; '' UACCRATHfrom had he lived! could have made Pun- tl
I ,
J' bad In his triumph forgotten I II priest Inwardly cursing Umballa foi priest a r ?
'1 1J \' data his "Pundlta. I have
J,'"To". him! successor. "He shall stand prepared; that li Pi \
I dared tell all but here
not
''W. yet you ; all."

., I in the of death truth will .
,"' CHAPTER XXIII. I presence ,
.' The people, crowding- the temple '"
out. We cannot leave. Confiscation
r
and in the square before It. salaamed
.if dI. 1rcfm.s A Woman Scorned. of property and death face us at every !
.I deeply as. Kathlyn left and returned to F
".. PttIrnw"P odae- There Is an old saying In Rajput gate. No! Umballa proposes-to crush the palace. She was rather dizzy over
;
it ..,""' '.'.'tMs.tI- aQOAhet'fie Co. that woman and tbe four winds were me gradually and make my life a hell.No'man the success of her Inspiration. A few f

born at the same time, of tbe same who( was my friend now dares .a mF days might pass without barm;' but !

,, : mother: blew hot blew cold, balmilyor receive me In his house. Worship is sooner or later they would discover ,1 1f

r tempestuously, from all points at denied us. unless we worship In secret that she bad tricked them; and then, f, : }
There Is one pathway open" He ;
.._ab$bpllMol4j. It..Or.1y once. Perhaps. the end. But before that hour arrived ton '

j. : : j' YNOPSIS.I In the :tenana of the royal palace paused. they would doubtless find some way OUR PICKETS ARE OUT y ::1:1IA
"And what is that lord?
my
tall lithe with
.1 there was a woman of leaving the city secretly.

QIlp9'Eyt: [ Iran bellevtn a skin of Ivory and roses and eyes as "To kneel In the temple and renounce That It would be many days ere I the best fences In town, because A

& her. CoL Hare, In peril has ..uma brown as the husk of a water chestnut our religion. Do we that, and Pundlta wore the crown-trust the they look beat and wear best. In I,U
..
a :I her, leaves her home In California "
; to him In Allah., India, Umballa.. On her bare ankle. were gem-In we are free to leave Allah. priests to spread the meshes of red fact this applies to all our Lumber 3t

., dor to ths throne, has Imprisonedcolonel I crusted anklet., on her arms bracelet. Pundlta tolled. "My lord is not tape!-Kathlyn was reasonably cer- and I
L e named by the late king as his capable of so vile an act""No" "
f ...., of hammered gold round her neck a tain. Itl'IMMNd MATERIAL r

I, rope of pearls and emeralds and rubles "My girl" said the colonel ")'Ou are .
APTER n-Arriving In Allaha Ketn- And hand In hand they stood before To buy anything In these lines) /,
t. and sapphires. And still she was
is Uformed by Umballa that .herVJedne a queen, if ever there was one. And
p' r nta.r ; dead she Is to be queen sad not bappy. I' catafalque, forgetting everything but that you should think of such a simple without obtaining our prices will .k

r r .;II t EMS marry by the him.priests She that refuses no woman vand .Is eaa loworead From time to time her fingers the perfect understanding between % thing when we had all given upl I mean not only a loss In money to, but h a !
loss In the quality as well
a you.
,
pile unmarrladL"8ha is given seven days strained at the roots of ber glossy them. .They would not have touched Umballa. '
: think It ovsr. black balr the whites ojr' her "Al al!" Any good carpenter will endorse this ,
fl'l! and great Kit KIt. whatever will you do ,
"!i ,,; and Is eyes glistened She bit her lips to It was but a murmur; and the two when you return to the humdrum life I ,
Dh \.e.id that she mu.tunsirao two ordeals keep back the sobs crowding in her turned to witness the approach of the at home?" I :
7,, frith wild beasts. she survives she will I !
' .* permitted to tvIf. throat She pressed ber hands together woman of the zenana. She flung herself F "Thank Cod on my knees, dad!" she 1 '
+ 4.4 down before tbe catafalque, Lumber Co. (:
the little knuckles passionately May
so tightly that l
--4 CHAPTER IT-John Bruee ao AmeriMU said fervently. "But we are not safe
., smvss her JIt cracked. kissing tbe shroud. She yet by no means. We must form our .

( ''' eK P'1'BIVTbe: elephant which oar.Mesj "Al ail"! she walled softly. leaned back am1: beat her breast and "I. Don't Want You to. 1 Need You. plans quickly. We hare perhaps three II. R. May, Manager. "\
) I bar from the scene of her trials runs walled. Ramabal was vastly puzzled
She the confines of her chamber -
paced days' grace. After that, woe to aU of Phone 21 Klsslmntee Flawr
away; separatlns her from Bruce and the ,
t ., this demonstration. That band- this live H
k"' ,z..t of tbs party.CHAPTER with slow step, wltb fast step; or over having permitted woman to us who are found here. Ah, I am
bid some young woman should wall over when she knew so much. "Away wltb "
leaned against the wall her face ,
VI-*he takes refuse. In amined tired tired! --
,\. tempi, but this haven .Is the abode den in her arms; or pressed her hot the corpse of an old man who had her!" "Kit," whispered Bruce "I Intend I
lF 3 eta Bon and .b. .ls fo.to flee from It. never been anything to her might have "The law!" the walled. "The
cbeeks against tbe cool) marble of tbe woman this night to seek Bala Khan!" I _
l GRAFTER VII-She finds" a retreat lathe far removed from "
an Interpretation
lattice. sanity of the temple Is mine! "
9 y r Junfle. only to fall Into the bands" of "John! '
r , ,.lav* Ua4era.CR.APTJIIR Human nature la made up of con- sorrow. Always In sympathy, however "Hold!" said Katblyn, standing up. "Tea. What the deuce I. Allaha to I AUTO r I TOPS
with those bowed with grief, Ra- In her halting Hindustani she spoke:
L? VTII-Kathlrn ls brought to traries Why, when we have bad the 1 me? Ramabal must fight it out alone.
5 .... publlo mart In Allaha and .old to coolly to plan murder or to mabal stooped and attempted to raise "I have something to say to you all
courage
l e9 ,' ) ..VmbaUa., wbo. fading her still Insub- But don't worry about me; I can take
,r" o 'YNI ........, throws b.r Into th. dunceon with aid or suggest It, why must we be her.She This woman tells the truth. Let her care of myself." rl
ber lather.CHAJPTBR. shrank from his touch, looked unafraid. You, grave'priests have \
r' ; troubled with remorse? More than go "But I don't want you to go. I need

IX-Abo Is rescued by Bnioe this why must we battle against silly up and for the first time seemed to thrown your lot wltb Umballa. Listen.have you." We re-cover old Auto tops 1

rrc J .. and 14s. friends. Impulse to tell the first we meet what be aware of his presence. Like a bubble you not'learned by this time that.
to "It Is your life KIt I am certain. and witiufy customers t
k'; we have done' Remorse: what Is l it? under water, that which bad beenstrt.lng I am not a weak woman but a strong Everything depends upon their finding ,.

Now, this of the zenana believed for utterance came to the sur one? You have harried me and Injured I ,
? .....ult. Kathlyn by a bulletCHAPTER woman out that llala Khan will strike If you i I
t face. She snatched one of Ramabal'a me and wronged me and set tortures
not In the God of fathers
XI-Th. fuslllves are given your I call upon htm. At most, all he'll do WHITTENBERC & BOYD
Slhelter In the palace. of Bala Khan.GHAPTKR and mine. She was a pagan; her hands. for me, but here I stand* unharmed will be to levy a tribute which Rama "

heaven and hell were ruled by a thou- "Al, al1' I am wretched lord, wretch. This day I will have my re I' 1101 Florida Ave. TAMPA flA. "
i' XII-Supplied by camels. by bal, once Pundlta Is on the throne, can
ed There Is hot lead in heart and My servant Ahmed has departed r'l'
II ,t U tbeehospltable prince they start for the sand gods: and her temples were tilled my venge. very well pay. Those priests are davits -
ooasi, but are captured by brigands. Um- with their Yet (thin thing poison in my brain' I will confess for tbe walled city of Bala Khan. I
balls Journeys to the lair of the baaUts linaKes. remorse incarnate. They will leave no stone .
:;A, mak. the colonel a prisoner and was stabbing her with Its hot confess! He will return with Bala Khan and an unturned to do you injury, after to I PLACED YWHtRC, EVERYWHERE 1.

orders Bruce and Kathlyn killed. noodles till no torture devised by man Ramabal and Pundlta gazed at each army such aa will flatten the city of day's work. You have humiliated and

CHAPTER XIII-The bandits quarrel could equal It other, astonished. Allaha to the ground, and crows and In Weekly.
t1':, over the money. paid them by Umballa "What l Is It? What do wish to vulture and tigers and jackals shall outplayed them. D.IIY1 l'sMagaalnr. ,.era &
t the oontu.lon Kathlyn and She xas the"poor, foolish woman you "
and during I "It l IB beat he should go. Kit, her I ow- F
i E liruos escape and return to Allaha. They who loved Durga Ham; loved him as confess?" cried Ramabal quickly Perhaps make these temples their abiding father declared. "We'll not tell Ramabal. I 1J > A 8
lh. coloneL : 'hlIl'
i) oonooct a plan to rescue . places, and men will forget Allaha as :: ';. .
XIV The colonel Is these wild Asiatic women love, frommurder !. He has been a man all the way ."r.,. _Um..... '
?Y- } CHAPTER kins, but really- a prisoner. nominally It 1> to tbe poisoned cup. Loved She clung to his hand. "They will they now forget the mighty Chiton"She through; but we mustn't sacrifice our Let u. ftgure .... 'rc

ty r arranged to and a bride for him. Kath- him, and knew that he loved her not, order y death by the sllk cord. Ir swung round toward the priests. chances for the sake of a bit of sentiment with you on taking entire merge ol your Wei4.Ing .
to the In '. .,... Keferencta from kettiaAed dtfM tPMONf .
lyn aalm access palace dm.A >
"You have yourselves to thank. At
( a aTM** Krishna fend for a
/ t her rescue plans are succeed- but URod her for his own selflsb _d. me John must seek Bala Khan' 6771
) l r"Wh.n: the "What do know?" word from me, Bala Khan enters or
tressury
leopards escape There you have It. Had he loved her you aid."
4 throwing the court Into contulllon.I stops at the outer wall. I have! triedto 4 JONTGOJ1ERYDAdvertising : :
"His'majesty was murdered! she
Y remorse never would have lifted Its Kathlyn became resigned to the In- 41
L, I :rEBV-During the panic Ram- head or rained Its voice. And again whispered."I escape you by what: means I had at evitable. t Co., Inc. 4
.a bal rescue Kathlyn; and her I command New It shall be war! 'r
,' father, and ths party steals away from know that, replied Ramabal my Umballa. He tried to bribe the sol Mutual life Bulldlfis, Jecfcsoovllle,rt;. aj

w J! oA1I&ha.. had not Umballa sought the white "But who murdered him Who built War, famine, plague! diers. They laughed and taunted him. ---- $ '
CHAPTER XVI-The colonel hears that
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deu..hter., Winnie is about woman, this butterfly of the harem that cage In the palanquin T Who put \ Her young voice rang out sharp and I He took the rings from his fingers and

'A EJ'ou..r( &Allaha.. Winnie The party arrives Journeys before might have died of old age without unburdening the tiger there? Who beat and over clear sending terror to all cowardly offered them. The soldiers snatched K. P. ButlerPRESSING I ;: t

do and walks. Into the trap prepared her soul. Remorse is the powered the real bearers and confiscated hearts not least among these being them out of his palm and thrust him
t .. her by Umballa. TVInnU Is crowned result of a crime committed uselessly. their turbans? Speak girl; and those beating In the breasts. of the CLUB
? \ ear Kathlyn and her father attend la alone the path which led to the mill
and make thler Humanity is unchangeable, for all its If you can these things, there priests.
.. > presenos knownterrlOed prove In Allaha political malefactors and Modern Equipments'.-Steam.
'i pL variety of sldns. Now." speaking to the soldiers "go
j ' ; will be no silken cord. murderers were made to serve the
Your't
' -, : t' "CHAPTER'XVII-Kathlyn. In dlssnilsa And here was this woman wanting "But who will believe a poor wonv liberate my father my sister and my: state; not a bad law If It had always Pressing and Cleaning.
.''j ' >trains admission. to Wino!.'. but Islaoovared to tell nnsband-to-be and who .
If :. } room, some one an of the tenana? ; woe to any been a Just' one. But. a p tronage.solicited.. ,
poor
.N ,' ...: by Umballa. who orders that many
t'l h sin*-bei offered as a sacrifice to ths rod TJmballa had done a peculiar thins: "I will.- disobey me! For while I stand here I devil had died at the wrist bar for no No.1"4' Broadwav''Pone'49: ;. :;' '

..,,?. ' . "' turavrnaut. libe"qued by the colored he had not laid hand upon either Ramabal "But you cannot save me from the shall be a queen Indeed! Peace; or other reason than that he had offended ._ -
: ; .K bl. frliaaai When asked the war famine and the Summonthe _ 1 ;
or Pundlta. cord. Tbey have taken away your plague. some high official, disturbed the serenity 'I.
\ ,> *' CHAPTER XVin-Kathlyn. dlsanlsedM reason for this generosity toward a power." executioner.: Arrest Durga Ram. of ." 1
some priestWhen
11 aa animal trainer, takes part In a pub.ablbiuon man who but recently put a price on Strip him before my eyes of his every \. .
JiG reveals her Identity to u.. "And you shall give It back to me! the prisoners saw Umballa a
K.. ; people and rescues her sister. his head. Umballa smiled and explained "IT" Insignia!: of rank. lie l Is a murderer.He shout went up. There were some who C.W.GRIFFINStaple

J that Ramabal was not only "Even Come with to shall go to the treadmill there to ;
.. t CHAPTER XIX- Winnie their so. me now had Umballa to thank for their mis
>(' father and Bruce find ayhid place In broken politically, but was a religious the temple." slave till death. I have said it!" eries. They hailed him and jeered him

h'' '. '". " ins Pundlta home.Is of the Ramabal.lawful The queen latter's of AUaha.wife outcast It was happiness for such a "The temple?" Far in the rear of the cowed assemblage and mocked him. and FancyGROCERIES

i' R'j and public senament In her favor .Is person to die, so he preferred that Ra "Aye; where all the soldiers are near the doors stood Ahmed, in "Here Is the gutter rat!"
Towlnc. The people at last of
weary his old
Umballa's l.lh.rr-t."r t him. mabal should live. the priests and Durga Ram!" guise of bhlstl or water car "May his feet be tender!"
with Ramabal at and Bruo* Rsjnabal's rier. When he heard that beloved
Secretly, however revolutionary
"Robber of the where Is
d and the colonel flchtlnc under him. Tberebels "Al, all! Durga Ram; It was he! poor my
1 ;h at first are defeated, but Kathlyn's friends were still back of And I helped him thus: I secured per- voice he felt the blood rush into his home, my wife and children?" .'':

} timely appearance Inspires them and the him though they pretended to bow to mission to go Into the bazaars. There hroat.: Aye, they were right Wbo "May he rot in the grave with a pig!" ---. .
j Map 'fit? pm. turns_ their '..or. the yoke of the priests.. but a goddess would have had at sucha i'l ;,
an assault took place under the com- "Hast ever been thirsty, highness Free Delivery to all Partsof ;
u+ 1 1 So matters stood time an Inspiration so great But It "i
t CHAUTH1R XX The arena lions escape upon this day mand of Durga Ram, and my bearers "Drink thy sweat then!" !
aeQ Kathlyn seeks safety In a deserted thus: the colonel( Kathlyn. Bruce and gave him an Idea, and he slipped awayto the City : '}.
pr +M'rr house. She .Is discovered by' Umballa. were made prisoners. Durga Ram "O've the "heaven-born1 Irons that w
,..,.a, who is flaelnc with the rebels. Mad for Winnie were prisoners again; Ahmed disguised! as a bearer, himself freed complete It BaJa Khan should I 'yo..,,. ..
!
,P ;,. a........ ha sets fire to the house. was In hiding; and Ramabal and his come in fact are rusted \ .. -,
b. tbe tiger which killed tbe Yes!
king
To Be Continued. __ _
a CHAPTER XXI-Escaping from wife mocked by those who once had So he did not see Umballa upon his ( ) u
4ans. poison next threatens, but aG'r To the temple! She who confesses in Wbe.ever You Need Oecsenl To.k ) '
cheered them. The Ingratitude of knee., whining for mercy, making futile :
.rr and sacrlncee himself and saves Kath tbe temple, her person is sacred. It OUT OF HIS LINE. I Take Oiwe's '
lyn. Ramabal has lone suspected that kings Is a. nothing\ when comparedto promises, begging for liberty. The A few strokes carried him to the '
t< l Is the law. the law! I had torcott.enlTo "4
., MM real, king Old not die as' was an- the ingratitude of a Teople.A soldiers spat contemptuously as they spot, and he reached out a musculararm I The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless'
__ With the assistance of Bruce the
temple, my lord! chill Tonic .. equally valuable as a
/' &nd Hare he finds the king where ne bad most ridiculous country: to crownKath1)'D seized him and dragged him off. to grip the poor lady whose fran- Y
II y imprisoned by Umballa and ..- Before the high tribunal of priests The BaJa tic struggles just at this moment dislodged > General Tonic because it contains the '
prteets conferred hastily. i
cab again (for the third time ) ,
him to the palaoe. before the unhappy Kathlyn. before her bathing which soon well known tonic properties QTJXNIN8< ;
!- and then to( lock her up! Next tosuperstition' the Khan was a fierce Mohammedan, a cap and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive.
CHAPTER XXH Umballa astonished Ra floated
sneakc Umballa appeared away.
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1.ld as a barrier to ruthless soldier; his followers were out Malaria. Bnricbes the Blood and
look i to the city' and. with the assistance 1 progress mabal and Pnndlta. between them the "Oh save my hair! she cried,
( of a woman of ths harem murders there stands custom. Everything one without fear. The men of Allaba to the "Save hair!' Builds up the "W.ole System. :30 cental j r
; < ''I, the Old king. It..s. to havePuadlta young woman of the zenana, now almost pointing cap. my
." ."' crowned queen, but Umballa did must be done as some on. else might put up a good defense, but In "Madam" replied the gallant rea- rd
dead with
S J'. ,,'. ..-cos th. support of the priesthood returns had done it; the Initiative was still terror. the end they would be whelmed; and cuer, "I am only a life-saver, not a Philadelphia has 168 women nphoisterers. ,
',., to the p&1..,. with absolute power "Hold!" cried Ramabal when the 1
the of Hind would be cast out to hair restorer.
\' and Imprisons Kathlyn. Winnie. Hare andsurrenderedV chained up in the temple. It belonged gods .
\1/: m3 ,.r'); an.o.. to the bald priests only. soldiers: started toward him to eject make way for the prophet of Allah. .. _. '
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ft But Umballa had made two mistakes him from the temple. This young woman with the white skin -I-
r :. .maa: "What! said Umballa "will recant
Umballa ; you
aad
; : he should have permitted the lad for tbe nonce beaten them. Durga
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'' a.me forth. white people to leave the country and ? Ram had played the fool; between the

All this happened so quickly that not given a silken cord to the chief eunuch "No, Durga Ram. I stand here before two women he had fallen. They had k '

i'f. **r.. a rumor of it reached the colo- to apply as directed. There are no you all. an accuser I I know the given him power, and he had leC It slip f1 ',

i / beTtj bungalow till It was too late.They written laws among the dark people. law. Will you wise and venerable through his fingers for tbe sake pf reprisal -

,," (? were to have left on the moo that forbids the dl.poeal of that chattel priests. you men of Allaha, you sol- where it was not needed. Let

; *, ; Fow. The king dead only a few minor known as a woman of the harem, diers, serve a murderer? Will you" him go, then to the treadmill; they INt .

i. technicalities stood In the way of Ra- or cenana. There are certain customs with a wave of his hands toward the were through with him. He had played STOCKPLAifERS

fenabal and Pundlta.Brooe that even the all powerful Brit priests "stand sponsor to the man his game like a tyro. They must play ... ,

:'L and ICathlyn were fenclas lab raj must ignore. who deliberately planned and executed cate this young woman who the people 4 RK5AWS STEAM FEEDS '
"ATCHERS SELF FEED RIP
|OB. with the other after the manner Tbe catafalque of the dead king the miserable death of our king believed was their queen but who TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS ,

.. 0t lovers, when Winnie her eyes Wide rested upon the royal platform. Twotroop'rs Shall It fly to Benares, this news that they knew was the plaything of politics PERKINS" InlNGLIt MACHINERY +

fir' ..ti ,WIth trlcht. burst In upon, them with stood below; otherwise the Allaha permits itself to be ruled and and expediencies.The ENGINES' .. .441 b. SAWMILLS 'r. +

...1>., she BMW that TJmballa, at the head of platform was deserted. When Rama bullied by a common murderer; a man chief or high priest salaamed BOILERS. ap .. 40 .. Ligbt sad heavy

I nanv ldlers.. was approaching. The bal and Pnndlta arrived and mountedthe without family, a liar and a cheat? and Kathlyn eyed him calmly, though BAWDVST CONVEYORS' SLAB CA/If'EYOR. '

J'ke } lovers rushed to the front of the bun- platform to pay their last respectsto 3urga Ram. :you slew the king; yon' her knees threatened to refuse support GASOLINE' ENGINES STEAM FEEDS ',r "'

1ft low IB tim. to witness the colonel turned upon the hand that had fed
.r a kindly man the soldiers saluted LATH MILLS aTAVIII MILLS yy' tDIesTON
1 rylag to prevent the intrusion of a gravely, even sorrowfully. Ramabal. and clothed you and raised you to "Majesty we bow to :your will. Alla SAWS r-"" '
II power. . Waltl Let this woman ha cannot hope to cop with BaJa /
: yg1.st for his courage: his honesty and Jus SAW BITS .rtan sakes .. saws ( lr4MAr7IAG
--I .f'PatJeao.. aahlplwarned the Lice their but speakt Khan's fierce blllmea. AH we ask la t. '
k .. was man; they BO PULLEYS! Bo.1IlII.BEL'I'JifO. : .
Pt-t.r longer dared serve him. sine It would A dramade moment followed; a B*! that you abide with ns tin you bar r
a .-._..._ I. best t
'!'be's'ooIe 'l. upon slag TJmballs,;, be at the expense of thel own ltrev hence so tense that the fluttering wingsof legally selected roar successor." Loa'CHAINS CANT HOOKS TOKOS"" 1. ''' ,

aad. tin attempt. t4> draw big revolver, "My lord!". whispered Pundits the doses to the high arches could. I "Who shall be Pundits" said Kath ,'" BVIilRTTH./ifa roB TORI !y ,i 5. 1'\"y ,
r' .' : him be heard dUUnvtlr. Ramabal wafeat a I lyn resolutely. ,' .. .
.. tN II016n prevented from pressing Ramabaf band "Courage! SAWMILL ,,a' J ,.". :J't.
"wearing''Into' saswttOom, "bis-wad ... For Ptwdlta understood the man at great-DPI-Is 1 !, Ri' track: act f-, '1'IIe chlaf yprlst>> aalaaiBsd'> *fet >. iAl't "r.. -Writs ,forf f d' ' ., x'O '

'.I'e }, I_- 1' k > her aid. Had he been hoaorleaa. ski only wUely tat swift before hU pmbrIltt. f TIle movement,eot him pothlnc. Once
ei wi y 'A.'pmt"'sxplafatsd"'wihat.bad' bap- would this day .. wearing a 4JI'O.... Bad b* cons ...,... De pleat* BaJa Kbaa'was back la his sty: .ad a 4"l !

t '*.'.OolodB Sahib,bis Mead biased : and TJmkalU MOB.. b / would bavt+ ;this whit'woman'o CII thcountry :td!
"Pnndlta they ..us:;a ;1,! ; ; , 4
-." ,ES'- tkad ,youngest danfVdepart 'I. .'.', ::"" '4 ..I/\., ", died 'a the upsS..>. Bet ttttrjwaa. .* 1 b,*.would TOdertas-e. to deal,,Rlth'fl&, ,lJi. '..>1I. '."
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'FLORIDA 'CITRUS CROP 14-15 BAY 'COUNTY, HAS FRUIT MARKET *. . .TUURMAN... . . ..00..00.CITY. ;* slnunea Sensiba Quite,a Saturdays were number calling"tam. onr"Mri9,1RC.this pfbiftf.,., ( ,\**\


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' .OYSTER 'CONTROVERSY ,...,. 00. .. .-.- .... ., .-... ., ..,.. ..-. ..+*. tended tM .Saturday fruit;,, growers,' m' .tNr1RKisslmmee -| ,>: a

WILL BRING :$13,000,000; ) :,IS IMPROVING 'Mi'-L. Damon of arrived Mr..Thurman and, Mrs,..Allen'',_, ,

: ; Pensacola Fla. Bay Is in'a 1ft..Thurman City Friday evenIng In Thurman,CltySaturday' 3\j;
county ,
I state 'of anarchy over an oysterbed wife; the rue.' ''of W." Ala Skinner and. -.


;, Eight and a Half, million boxes 'of controversy., Southport,Moses was fatally Dykes shot constableof Sat.I1tday CITRUS .Mr Meyers has his\tent pitched and ;f

'-citrus fruit In the estimated crop of night by J. W. Cannon, who FLORIDA SHIPMENTS. Is now busy clearing his place. .
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Florida for the 1914-15 season, accord was under arrest, charged with trespassing Cars moved last week ..___._. 254<< Mr. and Mrs.' 'W, A. Lanier and children .

ing, to figures furnished by Business Column forwardFRESH'REPORTS on leased oyster beds. Members Cars moved week before last_ 394<< called Sunday evening on W. C.
Manager L. D. Jones of the Florida of the law-defying club state Total to last Saturday __u____11,042 Sensiba and wife -

Citrus Exchange. Using prices that openly that they will take the oyster Jacksonville, Fla:: .rlot shipments Mr. and Mrs. Criner spent Tuesday u

hay prevailed up to December 20 as OF PROGRESS I I from the leased beds, in defiance of of citrus fruit are increasing although afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Skinner

the basis, this crop will bring the FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF : the oyster law, which they claim IsiS lad week's shipments were:, 140 A Florida dew visited Thurman

I state. $13,600,000. L FLORIDA.West i cars less than the week previous. The City Monday. '
4 It is estimated that <4,000,000< boxes i total shipments since Mr. and Mrs. Best Dickinson loire
1 of the crop will be grapefruit, the balance Palm Beach-Empire Amusement have been 2,647 September of 15, Abbott, Mrs. May Stockdale and Mrs

oranges, tangerine, etc. Early Co., Edgar W. Ruff, vice-presi FLORIDA PRESS 8,395-cars of ears grapefruitand Marguerite Hall of Grand Rapids

In the year estimates were made that dent and general manager, let contract 11,042 cars moved oranges out of, or the a state totalof Mich., called at W. C, Sensiba' Sun.
to erect theater
the might run 10,000,000 boxes motion-picture ; day.
crop ,
this seasons. This is 621
but orange did not set as well as ex- 50x75 feet; concrete block; Atlas ASSN. GROWING than the cars larger Mr*. Harris and children spent
corresponding period last
pected because of the extremely dry white cement finish.. I season. Sunday with Mr. and Mr*. Stephen .
weather during part of the summer a Acree and family.
The
and the expectations were not realized. Seabreeze-$15,000 30-year water improved orange over market the entire seems country to have and Mr*. Harrison and a friend, of*Kia. I Th.tlmple; dignity and'rara beauty of
bonds are voted.TltuevllleJ. Meeting of the South Florida Press
Up to noon, December 31, 2,627 cars S the demand is.fair. Grapefruit is still our work'wiu appeal to> you whether. "
Asociation held in Sanford
of grapefruit and 8,362 cars of oranges Friday, contemplate the purchase of
dragging but there is a
E. Easterly will install every indicationthat
was highly successful and greatly en-
had been shipped from the season' FOR memorial for some departed lord eec t
the balance of the SALEEXCHANGE
equipment to manufacture doors will be
joyed by the twenty members attending crop
the '
crop. This is a total of 10,929 orareiatererted la purchaas of a
cashes, window frames, etc. i according to J. H. Humphries editor -, disposed of at reasonably fair prices .JOo
of ruit figuring an I public monument.
car or, average e | I as the present condition of the fruit I ,,, ?
of the Manatee River Journal and
.of 830 boxes the'car boxesof ,
to 8,606,570 Valrico-Valrico Township company is so far superior to the first
of the Association who shipments Artistic' :
president Memorials
fruit. This is about 42 ; passed .
cent.
per will construct bank and office building. that the demand is much bet- ,. /
through Tampa his
yesterday
.
of the probable for the I on
crop year.
ter. Never in the history of the citrus
home from the session. The Lake .
Most of the exchange packing houses Jacksonville--Atlantic Harbor railroad ,J way fruit industry of Florida has A beautiful Michigan home, 133 Marble and ,Granite ,
Press association in
shut down the middle of Decemberand capital stock $50,000 Region was con-
there been a acres, combination fruit and stock
Incorpor'I'ated grapefruit to
equal
vention at the time and it crop 1Ume.ndaprirorlgatoeaiaa.ile
.
same was ,
Include
will be closed until after the first plan.
that the South Florida the present one, both as to size and farm; between 40 and SO acres fruit, ........ .1'
d _
agreed awn pa.o..51
association ssss a
of the allowing the market to mina) facilities, viaducts etc. I y
.
,
year bridges quality. It is safe to that fully mostly grapes; this year's crop was, ... j
be relieved of the Christmas glut. in connection with building of rail- should absorb the smaller one. say t. tt mmt .... )/
; three-fourths of the if properly over <40,000< .baskets of grapes besides
The following table shows the crop road between Jacksonville and Fort Mr. Humphries states that citizensof graded and packed would crop sell as fan- apples, cherries, plums and strawberries w.............r.r" .....-.....,.Y
Sanford did themselves in
of the state fJt.f1 period of thirty George island. .. proud cy stock. Low prices obtained for it hay, pasture and timber land. A Ida d row aeshee.ta. sad as wll. ..... 'n',
their entertainment of
their
i guests. .a..dI la ....... .... .
years: Lake Worth-Town let contract to Following the business session Friday in some markets Is not due to the beautiful trout stream running: appr r d .'- t +

Season. in Output boxes. erect building; lower floor for fire morning the members were taken on quality of the fruit but is due to throughout the farm; three lakes doe THE CLARE MONUMENT GO. ,

11(4-86 _. ___ u __ _ u 6110.Kill department; upper floor for town hall; an automobile ride during which they other causes. by; three !good towns within three IhmJaaiNewasaShwtommAmmxSOm ./ '' -
1886-18 _- _ "u' KOO.OOO fireproof; concrete and patent roofing visted some of the big celery farmsin All citrus fruit has been showingsome and one-half miles. Also forty acres IWss '
1886-87 _. _, 1.16IMIOO decay, as weather conditions with twelve acres young vineyard
1S87-M _ _-_-.__..h U_._.-_-_ .u._ 1.860.000 ; cost $3,700.. . i that vicinity. In the evening a have been unfavorable .......iusinnat Imtmiat..........
18SS-8 __ _o. ._ __ _ u 1.960,000 highly enjoyable banquet was held at very throughout E. F. Prindle 61. eat _k eIIcIaedr .......'Ml.
1888-90 ....__.____._ _. 1.160.000 Crystal Springs-Crystal Springs the Sanford house. The followingbrief almost the entire state. Much ,for........ ...---. L
18 0-1 h___ ___ __. _..U_ - 8.4SO.OOO Mercantile company will erect store talks were, made: Address of fruit has been picked during rainy ,
18 lt __ ___ uu.u_. 2.BB4.7K1 building, 28jc60 feet. : weather and has not had a chance to l-4t LAWTON MICII.I Ia
i welcome by Mayor Thrasher
18H-8J __ _ J.J67.607 iI ; ,
1893-K4 u.u..u .. _-u.o.__u -_ 4.1fi8.849! I response by lIon. Jos. H. Humphries; ,, dry before being {>acked. This damp- I ___ -.
18V4-DB '_ U _ _ i.nnx.474 DeFuniak Springs-Mrs. C. B. Mc- The Commercial Club by C. R. Walker ness soon results in decay and considerable n-- -
1886-96 _ .___ _ 147.00(1( Kinnon will erect hotel to replace '' fruit has showed stem-end rot. ,
The South Florida by W. B.
__ 2KS.B79 ; 'I'
1887-88 lUI-91 uu..___ __ S69.9BO burned structure; electric lights from Harris; The Lake Region by Claude The majority of the packing houses Palm Nurseries '
6 Royal will
1898-99 _. _ 26".000 city plant; cost .about. .$12,000. Johnson; The Press Gang; by Harry I will have again resumed operation by supply t
1599--00 .. ._ .-U 972.669! (Clarence January 11 ; in fact many of them only .
Brown United We Stand
Jacksonville In ; all
1..110.700K72.B8M Dyal-Upchurch Your
1(00-01
doqj down during the holiday week.It Planting Needs '
'i;
101-02 __ __ vestment to rebuild structure '..Woods.! .as--
_ company is. estimated that 50 cent. of
102-01 . 1.H6.801 Slate Program Arranged.At per .
--_ _u u -_ : at Bay and Main streets, noted burnedat tl raqnlraa 1' are to establish a rapnation tot m aoraary. Tk oparaton'ba sae
1806-07 103-04 _, h99.3911 2..961,195 loss of about $5,000; lower floor the same time the executive the crop was moved up to January 1. man of Integrity and reliability... That* .... ba aoil aa'trail..allamnthf mam

107-08 ._ h. 3793.126 for stores; upper floors for offices. committee, of the Florida Press asso- --The Packer. ditloni fiTorabla to the growth of fcaaltky and sturdy Mock. It ll also vary aaaaatial Wt she
1808-OK 250.000 ciation was in session for. the pur- buildari of a aaratry ara man of Balaataklas ear, with aaiaonrd arrlcnltnrnl .korticaltaral
i for the FIRST CELERY OUTOF kao.i.dr. and laftnha patienca. For tkirty-oaa yaan Raaaoaar Bralban. k....laborae1. with .
New Methodist of
Avar. Prln Total Augustine- Episcopal pose arranging a program ZEPHYRHILL8 DISTRICT the ultimata object of building >p naraarlai the mock of wktcb can ba railed a...'a* Mas. .
Benson F. O 1) Amount. II.."PI' church South, Rev. G. W. Herndon annual convention to be held in Miami the very bat at vail aa moat co....... I. maoruaaat and .ad.t, M b.fnnnil -
1808-1O _f1.34 8.174.MIA ftjoo.ooo'. pastor, will erect church and parsonage March 25, 26 and 27. Zephyrhills, Fla.-On January 1
110-11 165 7690.000 4. OO.onn the first car of celery ever shipped Oransa. trapaTralt sad otbar cltraa traaa p.hap..or.. tkaa those el aajr etkat trait aaaat I*.l) I
- at Madison and King streets, trva to same ni It aka..swal .. ... ...... .
111.12 2.21 10.40fi.SBO 4.70K.8&0 TOMATOES TO BE MOVED from this vicinity went to northern raara to pro br frulta what aka sr4gi.J .labal 4
112-13 196 16.926.766 8.12(1.349( concrete construction.ClearwaterIndian. on the t... ...t..a> to kind. Tka citrus aaction of Raaaoaar Brotbtra Royal Palm III....... r,,
113-14 183 1364.47 fi.761.080 !! IN CARLOTS NEXT WEEK markets. It is said that the car would embraces, almost countless. variatiaa of the bart than I. la ......**. sravafmlt. tancarUaa.4.
114-16 is.6on.ooo 600.000 Rocks Realty Buena Vista, Fla.-"We will begin have been the first out of the state this limaa and otkar ........ of tha citr..(.mlljr. Thi. divliloa h.. .baaa drrjopad to.-. 1,

Kntliriatefl. company has permit to construct moving carlots of tomatoes January season if the railroad had completedits .at.of.icl.ocptbroughu.cidngaadaoaa4.thes.o, on tka fart of tka ownara. .r

The price figures given in the table bridge acrsos channel at Indian Rocks, '1 115 I if all is well," said Hamilton Mich- siding at the farm where the celery TreesPlantsShrubsVinesdulbswitbout'auinbeer rI.
proposes to build steel drawbridge. elsen of the Hamilton Michelsen Pack- was ready to cut as the grower ,
the I
above those realized by ex- I
are for its fruit during the sea- I' ing company. "We look for good bus had been waiting over a week for the .".. "f .. Royal f**. "."f1"dOl''a great verist r hrs."Wea ad.edoae.a- be sa4 1
change Jacksnville-City will pave Parker iness from now on in the vegetable 'siding. The celery was grown by W. Handrada aorta of pi..... akraba.. bmlba. *... sad .... aa** ban gives .,._ la th..l.'I. '!
sons given. No general average for street from Beaver to Wambolt streetto deal. The demand Seems good so far A. Stebbins. It is estimated that UatU oar .Is..nt.diad tka Intaraatin Roral Palm Caulo..Idaa. Ma ba far Bad of lust w.fcal"f r'

the state could be struck, probably, but width of 40 feet.TampaAtlantic I and prices have been satisfactory." there will be fifty carloads. tkia auaary aaa U atom for the nun or vootaa onaaaraad la Wnvtif rla*... .... ... ....... .." >'<''.'
if all the fruit did as well the crop -
Coast Line rail- ;
would have netted the sums given. road is to rebuild bridge over Hills- ---- - A Book hat Offers Inexhaustible Store of Information'\. \ t, d

borough river.UmatillaUmatilla. ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME.w. The..talatol..alP..N. tiva. I.-.----d._eke G.tse .J o7na
FLORIDA PRODUCTS IN N. Y. 01 "., ol ., .. _.. ... .
h
i rnrlmm ..r II_ wan a._hue* yea get per _.t .Iad..T ..* .* years -, sad a a.aat.1 peti..c.sad
i Ice & Storage every ...... Oar rise I. ... _..... sad WILL NOT RBLRASB) TIUD AMMONIA toil oa .... pan of lu -.. The book abova taat'tan'ltoyal Palm.
New York-Florida vegetables were ,,company will erect ice and cold storage which In thai .._rtaIao ._.tlt7 !. mmmmt .ertll.**.... W. ....1......* IBM tffAarlevltBrml Naraariat of/at aa loaxhaaMibla stack of..-,.'... _...J.sad -...
in moderate receipt this .week but a .. plant. mmtmmmm mmlr, mm* ..._.t_ ?.. _...,.eU... Ask mm turn m .*.* ..lass.. a.cI .IaWe data w...... ..rued by.vwy fae.r sad_ t'Ie
large percentage of the stock arrived S ........ Dm It ....T. ... Ga1f mat cova.y. Yean lor tat ......*.! w.......,fork I

in poor condition and prices showed a Winterhaven-Twenty Lakes Boat BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY, BEASONE2 BROs. 216 B nedidAvriOnee FI r

.wide range. Florida' peas and beans I i Course club will develop 100-mile mo- ,Dill...... Mow OCAUA. VXO1UDA. .. : ns
have,been in very-liberal L receipt but )I. .
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a many shipments were entiled and top -


.. all quotation the way extreme.from $1 to Large$5 per peas,basket sold, Diversified Plantings! Are Safe Plantings! I

'1": '''small $1 to. $C. Beanssuffered >.
peas
!l wakbew d..adsa.6 ttltwd& s.YJ'. .a.rt.. .... vkS r1.S.d tlr.. r.W.r .. -
'
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the most and while prime quality r.r tla.: ". rx..rtotlo. W b.y.p1..d -.u. o.dkkr ride o..kr i It.111 5..ty.s ' '' < '
l .Ha loos.r .mart..4 w.e.d 1n. Au.ag of:.::=:. that= 9.6.11 r,ar _.huk mail 5 e.dra.W -
brought*\ to $3 per basket the majority _.....011.1 p.opedr.e..e... rW.. _pt-ofcu mmAKooesH ..W-W-w.r.l ktm.w '

of the Stock sold at 50c to $1.75. Fib sad Assarted Fruits have TetmaaemtDiversi&caUaa SIi d.T Mead Shrubbery Make IW Basic The of the wbfM'are : -

Florida tomatoes are arriving i in rn&aabIe : AftractiveB eyes
such condition as to be of little east wnt fa*HOSJM eonmaupUtm i Mconwi. twppiy local tr. TV' fcntkioin of rosx*. mha-W tree MM!khruHwvr vllt mot rlkey ,
poor Md .. fear cnanroirelaj Alpptatc to dlManl Mrfcettc.. .ank your boa..saw beautiful. pl..amat aaxl attract***plat*t* whh hnt
value and were offered all the way .... .. did.e..my 5.both feeaharult kawi luv n..l.q.11., ., but .III hacsvaw lu at-Ulns vlu. maax tlnic* th.co* In hart .1/., w
-....IsrwKa. to a.r andwJnpl*Md very_....... II yoil ar t period. If..h e ttwra 1.BA much, |a>_ .In DM South,fa lh.Urn.M 'h
from $1 to $3 carrier. .. ........ ODd ,Idea
per iMpMtmcwXcrf Affrtcukura il- sjsMiKtnai e.11 nah Mothlnaj ItnprMsw No tb ra thesn I*
P.a..I.e fc..|JOO c* to p w..m vwcUmxl, l>_r b rtr o* our propewtit M ihrtf wkxin ...buutw paMMDtlr... the wild
Eggplants were in heavy receipt / roc pfl.tr.Vj pcuMJkB.1, plum ..=:9.:I .. and a*.9eh MMiadwd tattle bgaiMtiliil pmlani, thanks| awd towora.how. on man ?

and good quality sold at $1.50 to $2.50 Iain'. .e Self Shell Pecans,Staple. M ftaco. or Beef Cuffing'a Mecde..,TreM are Tested,Tried .. box. l ............ .. ... .
I oastcswtnrtcd k od
w no.- hlohly product hat
per *re AC sue NurswaHn IM-U jsjikanavillt-' h the .oe
......... .. __ ...... ......
mM ,
be Feuoa .
(\ : your will produce actual Itnd .ryka stock adapted las -Uw* uflrrwl la Uw Sooth
Florida are arriving in ex- ..... ..... .... .
peppers _mom tutr ot>cv crop rntwn. larm roc W haw*SXMU trc prlwnfj perm and atM .u... sus mliult. .e..wke her ...
I .... ln..uh.d. .. ........ ..... _
read b.l pruvidiac .
cellent condition and in demand at prnrul4*crop. utllla' aWltln*vlskr soy shade *MM!atwuldivry. ClTCBrihartTplanttnfi th.W.ewk
L l.r"': '.-. .. 'It..uIw..l, twenty trem peacarHullr .,.... fMrkcd" autd .htppml( IT *.ptir cd -.her a.a
$2.60 to $3 per box. .... r'UM land IwCVesn th*>tra*- 5. ,a4sd In* Wm or tuatk oops>uf th. orrfev ac.nenpant by lawpertinsi < rtlcartai Tho br..d m d...d..._taw
.... .. ...._. . .... ,
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Florida lettuce has fallen off considerably fi'MSI. v. so.dn.k a A* in UM bouth. rou b They *IMCO arrow to il pam..r aliW.Y eteww.a. .

in price, owing to the wet OnaIN.auI! Oiapuftall Tw*. SAVES .r

slimy, spoted condition of the stock i: torboat course by connecting twenty Crown. ia Norlbera florid.
I YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS The ,aao. era cfcrua tnw only, worn air
arriving. It is selling fully $1 under lakes; plans twenty foot canal for BREAK IT UP-NOW MstcclrswiT Nuiaiiikaj .......od arum ohf]............ I
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last week's prices and was offered four feet of water. I A Cold is readily catching. A run- UaDiaulittsT huisH pa.<"...>*.hiWuJkina... '" II..c.>.4 cu..ieaw"'.-........ '
generally at $1.50 to $3.50: per basket ',oo Wir* roUiBf land > ,:
I e i down system is suceptible to Germs. ...ifatnn. tltru*andall; in %Wb
or crate. I'ensucola Pensacola, Mobile & You owe it to yourself and to others 1 IuU, Mtcyuarnled stkfrom.talury,._tryGriffingT __ i il
I '
Florida romaine is arriving in about New Orleans railroad is building an >]Iof your household to tight the Germs tnd'.19f8! Tree leek e. wick \ ",k 7

the same condition as lettuce and it extension with its own forces from i at once. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is Servlre Bulletins

-found a weak market at $1.50 to $2.25 Pomona to Mobile, Ala., 25 miles I Ii I Ii fine for Colds and Coughs. It loosens 0Aw In coevtfwaad.. 'dd the rip. .psw pAUSE for a moment young man f
i Lad mm who a l v *wfaadiOusitront ,
per basket. | the Mucous the and .. ,
I stops Cough th BTOWCT ol IMO and auU. Thr* ll
Cauliflower was in demand and the St. Petersburg M. Roser let soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed. how to Wed traem. aolliiiMl, socaUoaaad cJ...... give a thought to self. 'The
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prices ranged all the way from $1.50to contract to Halsema liros., St. Pet : Only 25c at your Druggist --. TBM Ct-M book illustrated ,la eoiora IroaiCkrlsfgnaj A

$3.50. Most sales of choice stock ', ersburg, to erect bungalow in Roser I tioa TbctervkMBulteUasiar photofrmph,will b.*snalkxloa HataJ.auplsca. .* problems that confront '
were made at around $3. j Park; cost $4,000.ClearwaterSewell. --.1.---. you now, or
Cure Old Sores, Other Remedta Wea't
Ford l has plans I! Cure. Grlffing Brother. will few hence.

GOOD PRICES FOR AVOCADOS. by Lester Avery, Clearwater, for a I|' The are wont cured cases by the no wovderfnl matter of bow, old longstanding reliable DC j i i IMS t. C orft 'Block a years i '

Miami Fla.-Hamilton Michelson & dwelling in Harbor Oaks; three Porter'a Antiseptic Hemline Oil. It relieve j ---riIIeo Florida ,
Co., successors to the A. D. II. Fogs stories; sunken vestibule leading to Palm and heals at the au time. 25c,JOc, '1 JJC I Look
I about -Uis ... of affair
you ia
-t, icy company, are well pleased overrr' brick terrace with pergola. I country state, Bati.a-ys*, ;
the received from heir avoca- in the world, are the atea who started to early If
prices i i. *.ff <->OOOOOOOO OOOOOO < O OO< 00* 4< -*< *< 4-fr<>> ** save life.
dos. Mr. Michelson has made a specialty : Lak.eland-Dr. J. G. Wise has plans

1;' of avocados for a number of ;I for $3,500 bungalow.PensacolaProfessor. I They hare the respect and coafideace of the coausiwuty. r if

: years. The annual output from Miami Bennett has DIXIE LIMITED I I : I r
ft,, has increased
and fromBuena Vista .
but plans for bungalow; frame; vulcanite Thea look oa the other side-at the fellows who spend aD they
in the few ,
crates past years
i 1{ I has many not kept pace witii the demand. i I gas asphalt fixtures.shingles; Texas wall plaster; I i ii Between I make-they aaay hare a rood tia.e for a while, bat what does their .'

/ Many of Mr. Michelsen's fancy crates | Winter Park-Harley B. Gibbs will personality reflect? ,
I 1 i brought $18.75 f. o. b. Miami. Prices I Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Louis
erect $5,000 bungalow. .
.
''I'.' Michelsen ranged down moved to $3 about per 3,000 crate.crates Mr. I I, Re-established January <6 i, 1915. A nucleus dollar of or so deposited this baak will be the .. i

thi asason and has built up a large Northbound Daily southbound an honorable, independent caner.

;\. trade.. SEED POTATOES I II 9:36: A. M. Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 7:3U: P.J\I.\ I "'Make your beginning now-today. Tow 'w. ', ?

.'r \ I Grown on the rugged' bills of Steu- j 5:08: P. M. Ar. Macon Lv. 11:45: A. M. bank book w0llpv.! tie wa,. Y ,,
tr 'TOMPKINS AGAIN IN JAIL. I ben County, about 1500 fact above nen ''I' 8:03: P. M. Ar. Atlanta Iv. 8:35 A. ]II.

> Miami, Fla.-W. H. Tompkins? who: level. 12:18: A. M. Ar. Chattanooga Iv. 4 :37 A. M. ? at?

"was' ,bead of the erstwhile Tompkins FREE! 'FROM DISEASE. 4:60: A. M. AI'' Nashvllle Lv. 12:10: A. ]\1.

j Produce company and has been arrested Strong Hardy Prolific varieties. Olve 9:28 A. M. Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30 P.I\I. State :
J. '. veral 'times charged with them a trjni. Sand for Catalogue. 6:35 P. M. Ar. Chicago Lv. II :30 A. M Bank'a

f F swindling., was atfatfT put in jail. I WALKER SEED POTATO FARM. :

_r Tompkins: who is separated from his Ba. F. A*_.. ..r..... ""*..'T. N. Y. 2:59 P. M. Ar. St. Louis Lv. 2:15: P. JII.
I'
" wife- and four children, was arrested ,

'oil complaint his wife and held ia ..., OO" .' 'OO'O.fJI Solid Train Compartment-Observation cars, Standard Pullman. car of t Kissimmee i t,

,;'13,000 bond.charged with disturbing :; and coaches, between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman -- l. iy Y

.v., th.rpeeee'tHe'couh' went 't'to furnish Jaila .the dia: iiiYr rtn NE sleepers Jacksonville to St. Louis. Caattal .tock --_..--- ,,..--__:..___--$1000.t10: ,. t

:" ,.bailbondan4. ".... G > ri . J Dining Cars. R.sMfc.1 .y.r _____ .. _________::ar":.'" ,. .......L._ '

J"t$ G1tEASF; ppors ON FLOOR&I, '
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i jj.:-,J..: I- .s.-thero},,'SO'JD&D'WOtneh are :grease spots, grieve on.their! b.causeI Idtch- ; f 'OarTmiA&lii.lt. r i. mm. res.Opn Atlantic Coast 'Line I A...:CARSON..'..... ',rW .'., f."trdJ, U.-l..EE.ti. ,iVea" .'Pr at.'', r ::

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'' ':: .' ..... .. ............ ..s ( bill:: "i ''would rather prayfor such t...... . ... ... ........... '.,BERLIN, SOCIALISTS -

t 80'PIIM J.I :. WILSON UP FOR men han abuse them,lit he went on. i BRITAIN.LOSES 1.; 147 HOLDING FREQUENT e a
O UNION CENTER.: v
He declared the democratic party OFFICERS; SINCE-THE 'O .ANTI-WAR.MEETINGPara.

r 41.O..O..O.t.O.' -. Jett 00+ RE-ELECTION 1916 knows stesdlly how'proving to,serve'the-fact.hualnes.;,"The aDd coun-is *.L "BEGINNING, '....;.....:.:....' OF.--" WptI. ''..' ..' Franc-:::Anti-war';' meetings: '

:GU1Lrv Mrs.' try needs the ship purchase bill, and O'/: 'London, Eng.-Great, Britain,* of organized socialists are being held :1\\,
site ; : T.tERRE'HAUTE Barber called' at the John Geerdes will. have it, he declared., I O has lost since war began 4 frequently In Berlin, according: to the!< :; f.lfumanit .
home Tuesday afternoon. Indianapolis, Ind..Fesident Wilson "The republicans do not know how 1,147 officers killed and 2.800., +., The principal speakers.have -- 1\\1\\ 1

.'Mr..Wm.' Reed has been indisposed .in his Jackson: day. address here Friday to 'do '"anything but sit on the lid," he *. wounded., There are, 660 officer been Dr. Uebermcht and Dr. ;h,.(
the past week, but we are glad' he is ..night, dealt with.the war,.in Europe continued. a reported U' mining. These flg-,+ Lieb Franc. The.meetings hare t
better at this writing.W. the situation In Mexico*,. and Discussing1 his Mexican policy the 4 urea are"contained'in the office 4 attended by, many' enthusiastic work. .

. L. Wetherbee and family visit. made a statement that -was taken by president declared he had a fundar 4 casualty list for the last thirteen.4 ers, the report tate.... w
,.. ,
fci;:{" ,'"1' ' ed his parents last Sunday.Mr. his vast crowd of auditors to mean mental belief. in the'right: of a peopleto '.'days, published today. + .
#, .Indianaiioiis, Ind.-Admitting and Mrs. Claude Tison were that he will be a candidate for re-elec rule themselves. During that period losses are. .
they had that seen auto riding in this vicinity with tion. The president was discussing "Before the revolution against Diaz .:ninety-three officers killed 148 <
sh ''conspiracy-:partielpatM tn'thealleged' Mr. Leon Fennel In his new car Sun- the Mexican situation at the time and began 80 per cent of the Mexicanshad O1 wounded and forty-eight miu--> 4 'U.
the
corrupt election. said that he believed he knew the tem- s. BULLOCK(
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and nothing to do with their /government 0 Ing.
November ?;;'1''1914,", 1ft 'Terr Haute day afternoon. Come again stay
peramont and principles.of the American *
eighty men longer. ( he said. "I am for those 80 Heaviest casualties were recorded -
out' of'114 '
under'arrestpleadedguilty Miss Lepore Richards motored out people and.that he would not be per cent. in the Warwickshire regiment !- +
court.,Sentence Tuesday in federal from town Monday, accompanied by a fit to remain president if he did not "As long as I 'am president," he with seven killed, two*
1 Mayor'Donn M.was Roberts not passed. number of friends and called at the I understand his own people. He said: snapped, "nobody shall interfere with wounded and three missing; the REAL ESTATE _
Haute/ft r of Terre G. B. Lawson home. "There may come a time," he declared the efforts of the Mexicans to get Munster Fusilliers, six killed, 0 .... i
Sheriff, I
; Dennis; Shea and *%m* ssasaaaa.Ns.
', friends of Mr. Munn will re- I "when the American peoplewill liberty. three wounded and two missing; *
c others Redman[tiled;Sheriff Dennis, Shea and 12.he'gret learn that he is ill again. He have to judge' whether I know "Europe has spilled blood and so + the Rifle Brigade, three killed, .1 INSURANCE ,
demurrers which "
ty will by this week what 1 am talking about or not. can Mexico, if necessary." 4 six wounded and two missing ,
argaed'Japuary'' 20.;, goes to a hospital in Tampa !
There was a slight pause and then I 9 and in the Highland Lipht Horse, e.
where hope he wiH speedily regain -
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) ; ,Edward.Holler who until a few the crowd began cheering. GRANDMOTHERS' CLUB. 4 with six officers killed, one 0O
health'and
days ago was chief of'police of Terre / his strength.Mrs. called Realizing the construction that had Springfield, Mass.-The grandmothers wounded and three missing. 4 Examination of Titles a ,u, f h
k Y Smith and Evelyn on
Hautetiand"John; F. Nugent, former been put on his words, the presidentheld of this town have formed a club .o..o.ttooo.ooootto.o t.o
fM ,night i chief,,', of- police, were among Mrs. Dillion and daughter, Miss Julia also, up his hand for silence, and said: for social service and pleasure. The .t
\ those'who'pleaded guilty.: With the last Monday afternoon. They I "I did not mean to stir up aynthing. chief requirement for membership is Specialty. -1'f
exception': of ,Holler and Nugent, all visited at the J. K. Hilliard home. That was merely preparatory to say- the status of grandmotherhood.More 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR
.the.city and county officials who were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miller, Mrs. L. that for at least two LIVER AND BOWELSCure CorresDondence. Solicited.SPECIALIZING-
ing more yearsI .
'
,4 indicted and Miss Ruth Butler visited I
/ filed;demurrers.tThe II. Ingram am free to think I know the American ; than half of the world's popu- '4
1 (:'-$ .demurrer for Mayor Roberts at the Wetherbee home Sunday people." lation lives in the tropics of .the old 1 Sick Headache, Constipation,

eta '""forth among' other things' that afternoon.Mrs. Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Bad
the :icourt' has no jurisdiction in the Hilliard has been ill for several Previously the president had at- Breath-Candy Cathartic.No :

,I Masi; the facts are not enough to constitute I days but is improving slowly. tacked the republican party, defended odds' how bad your liver, stomach : I IATTORNEY
LEWIS
the record of his administration on O'BRYAN
world.SEEDS or bowels how much head I .4
a public offense; ttff; facts are ; your
OttOOOoootOootOOO the Mexican the tariff and the l'
policy,
: i aches, how miserable from
;
/k not sufficient .to constitute a crime of 0 4 you are
careful
currency and declared that a :
indigestion, biliousnessand
r. misdeanor. 4 ORANGE CENTER NEWS. 4 constipation
examination of the returns from the
AT :
With sluggish bowels-you always get LAW ;
1., p. only- 'one or two exceptionseach'prisoner 4 elections of last November showed ,
relief with Cascarets. imme-
spoke plainly when l.ttt60ttOOOOOO They
:
that if it had been a presidential yeara We all the leading varieties
y f l1. called to plead. carry diately cleanse and regulate the stomach -
a frti { '?,Jesse upon'Powell attempted! to give some I Mr. Henry Stotting, of Denison, III., democrat would have had a major- of Farm, Field and Garden Seed that remove the sour, fermenting food
1 f details ,regarding' his part in the al- who spent his brief vacation here, returned ity of about eighty in the electoral have been tested and known to be and foul gases; take the excess bile L t
l'- "j 4egd conspiracy. I to his northern home Wednes- college. adapted to this soil and climate. We from the liver and carry off the con- IN

q1 :f-; JSJVV! \ "Did you register more than once?" I day. While here he was busy and as The president attacked the repub- I can fill your order immediately for stipated waste matter and poison ABSTRACTAND '
I., asked\ Judge Anderson. a result his town lots are cleared and lican senators opposing; the government new crop of all varieties of from the intestines and bowels. A

.:.+ 7jS:f ..Yes," admitted the prisoner, "111 ploughed. lie will return next fall and .shi purchase bill, whom he Seed Beans, Seed Potatoes, EDI"I'" 10-cent box from your/ ru< plead guilty to that, but not to conj will make this his future home. characterized as "self-styled friends keep your liver and bowels clean;
Li ', i spiracy.?* ? Mr. Calvin Evans, another recent of business" He said these men's Peas, Cucumber, Tomato, stomach sweet and head clear for TITLE, WORK ; ;

., ", After.Judge Anderson had explain- arrival has built himself a house on credentials! as "friends of business" Seed Etc. months. They work while you sleep.
,"I, ", ed the meaning of conspiracy mere his land in section thirty-three, and is would be harmed if they defeated the I Pepper I h:.

', 'fully, Powell said: busy clearing the land preparatory to Seed Cora, Seed Oats, Seed Barley ---- .

-I I am guilty then." I setting,out an orange grove. Address of welcome-G. W. ,
: t; ,, guess Morris, of Grand Spahr. Millet, Sorghum Seed Etc
lower
| Mr. Albert Girl I Left Behind-E.
.. 111., spent ten days here recently and B.Solo-The Rhodes Grass Seed D D Dt \1'

.tX { ,CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I thoroughly land inspected the his community.lands as well Hei Reading Morrey.-A. A. Umberger. Natal Grass Seed \\I I'I
: as other in
Quartet--Juanita-Messrs. Spahr, r r.i rI
( i I returned north and will bring back his and Complete Stock of garden and field
Spence, Morrey Umberger.
l ;
; ON THE LOOK-OUT family shortly. Monologue-E. B. Morgan.SoloBohemiansG. seeds, poultry feed and supplies, incubators I ;,." ,
I Mrs. Alice Ramey, accompanied by W. Spahr. etc. ,/
? her son, Arthur I D. Ramey, arrived ..' ,. '
Reading-S. I D. Greenhill. Write for our spring catalogue and .". .
from Ky., last Thursday and .
r' Our patient long-at-it Tenth LegIon I Center B. .
solo E. Morrey.
the Dobbins' house. I'ipophone weekly price list on poultry teed, etc. I
"
Miss Ruth Coffin, are now occupying
superintendent, Chorus-My Old Kentucky Home.
is hard at it clearing his Oldest established and largest seed
of Johnstown, feels happy. She deserves -I Mr. Ramey After: the serving of refreshmentsthe
__._ land, having been convinced after house in Florida.K I
be and all the time
j& 1 to now HO that chorus sang, Auld Lang Syne and ,
over'success of her work. During the (I seeing what could be done here Good Night, Ladies. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYNo.

t' r, contest month of December she received this is the spot for which they have Everybody voted the evening a very 206 East Bay St.
: *' of Leg- been looking.Mr. .
thirty-six new
&loners, names In six societies. The two beat I A. J. Via, from Bitter Creek, pleasant one. JACKSONVILLE, FLpRIDA.
Wyo., arrived Friday. He has land in I
u reports were from Jacksonville River- i
: T.i f{.Slde, fourteen, and Springfield nine. I section five, where he is building his landin a 4444+4.5 >Oo C. E. Thomas Nurseries .
.'The other reports, according to num- house and will proceed to get
,r /t." bar were from Daytona, Congrega- cultivation as well as that of a
He makesa : Can give immediate delivery on all sizes of Grape- n
and neisthbor.
son-in-law
\; ;ttonal, Daytona, Christian, West Palm
__- JBeach\ and Sanford. These were all valuable addition to that already STOVE WOODNo fruit and Orange Trees. Our Trees have been

'j ii! too.rThey Saturday was an important day for I ,
-; the Juniors in, like to give. .
Orange Center. In the afternoon at We guarantee tree ship be first-class A
V- It oomes natural before the "grasp- every we to
.' 1 o'clock, in to a call; issued matter what kind of WOOD you want, we can supply you .
&A 1. i ing feelings grow as the years pass. response of nursery stock true to. name and. if properly set we ,.
f ). Some.names were reported which were a week previous, a goodly number $ PROMPTLY in any length Our wood i i. well seasoned and all of it guarantee tree to to replace J''.
schoolhouse every or
the settlers gathered In the grow same
*.not new Legioners but had never been r
t given 'Miss Coffin before. She is go' to discuss spring crops and goes into HEAT. Call 'phone 241-L. r without cost.
r : ing to try the contest plan again for things generally. After the purpose
tt\' l of the meeting had been stated it was If you are looking for first-class stock, do "
the six it nursery
.Janua" Double making
1( .
.I
hone
'twelve', to report as an Improvement decided" to organize a "Get Together elected ![241-L :,S.W.: DOWNING not fail to send for our latest catalogue, which is + '
_ >over the last month of 1914. All thename. Club. Officers were at once for asking.
''' 1 and consist of the following: President eve.r yours your
of new Legioners are being
'i .' sent right' on to Dr. Clark at head- E. B. Morrey; vice president, E. 4-o55 Vo <"* o fr $" e' oo.. o.o I

quarters. i i J. Keene; secretary, G. W. Spahr;
treasurer, W. A. Spence; executive

,larger.Our-cordial,"Kissimmee good Valley wishes Gazette for the," i;I ney committee C. Guenthel.,E. P. Walling Messrs.J. W.W.Rig-A. CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP !

*and "good'lIye"and
.
.. I ., an appreciative; \Spence, T. J. Stewart and A. A. Um-
"thank your to Editor Johnson of The
berger' were appointed a committee on
rt "' : : ."' oumal. \ and some other constitution and by-laws with instructions -. MAKES YOU SICK AND
"cd-I': <.5' :c.1 C: 'v The.-Tampa Times to report at the next regular SALI.VATESI ,
the :.
:k- %papers'are discussing question meeting, two weeks hence. -' \
' "i ''t "Should" We Have ( originalitall Messrs. Umberger, Morrey, Spence, I -NURSE tw I '
'means, that !i. what gives
and Payne
Keene Walling Harvey
.'to Florida new.paper. We do not spoke ,on the different crops that they "D. so.'s Dm Tot," k Harmless To Here's my guarantee-Oo to any drugstore I I ; iCE BRUENo m ; lr u uw
'(rant information to be complex and and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod- j
and
I have. suggestions were Tampa
hunan grown Cleat Yoar lifer on'* Liver Tone. Take spoonful and I --
t 1r,. Editors are real thinking made as to the method of proceeding Sliggisk
and who wants them if it doesn't straighten you right up NURSERIES AT WINTER HAVEN&LCC5BUR6.FLA.
[ beings, any-
; for the production of All -
crops. present nd Bowels.
earth? But for and make you feel fine and vigorous I
5, else here on sea-
'thing signified their intention of be- want you to go back to the store and
/ "sonlng we would suggest, "Leave out coming members of the club and ad- Calomel make aick. It's Dodson's Liver Toneis
.. tight get your money.
t' Include bit of spice, and
the pepper, a then taken to the 23d, the --
journment was orrible! Take a dose of dangerous destroying the sale of calomel becauseit -
e double the amount of sugar or other in- everyone being urged to still larger at- drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose Ie i real liver medicine; entirely vege-
editorial
ways of sweetening the tendance for that date. a day's work.Calomel table, therefore it can not salivate or "fj
.c
,
a gredienta. In the evening at 6:30: the men of is mercury or quicksilver make you sick.I viuow.PINE
Splendid new. it is that the great. the community entertained the ladiesin which cause necrosis of the bonea. guarantee that one spoonful of Dod-
t 'J.1: temperance company, called "The Flying the schoolhouse. In every gather- Calomel, when it come into contact on'. Liver Tone will put your sluggish LUMBER CO.
1'' Squadron" is coming' to Florida in ing, social and otherwise, the ladies with sour bile crashes into it, breakingIt liver to work and clean your bowels of
,r February, and is scheduled for St. This i I. when feel that awful. '
'0,( have always done more than their full up. you that sour bile and constipated waste 'j
Augustine West Palm Beach and Mi nausea and cramping. If are sluggish which i. clogging system and making -
share and the men, to show their appreciation you your -
d4 ,,- :',\ ami. Daniel Poling, national Christian decided to have an eveningon and "all knocked out," if yourliver you feel mi erable. I guarantee that New Owners -- New Management ;: .....'1tI
''t ""' Endeavor leader, ia, we hear, tot which they would do everything.No ia torpid and bowel constipated a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will ',
be one of the visitors. We are writ- lady was permitted to do a thing or you have headache dizziness, coated keep your entire family feeling: fine for ..
tog him for more information. Mr. other than attend and enjoy the even- tongue, if breath i Is bad or stomach sour, month Give it to :your children. It is ..
e4. e Poling Is one of the great young men ing. So a program was arranged just try a spoonful of harmless Dodon's harmless; doesn't gripe and they like It.pleasant EVERYTHING- J

k la Christian service in this century, which consisted of classical music, Liver Tone tonight on mv guarantee. taste. 1'"
and everybody who possibly can, especially -
vocal and instrumental, reading', etc.

i t' should Christian attend any Endeavor meetings in workers which, dle.Solo and chorus-Polly-wolly-Doo- f p

he speaks. TO BUILD YOUR.HOUSEid0,

Something' good to tell is that the how To (JIve Quinine To CIIIIdrea.JIE.an.rNJUaUaetra4a' .

k -, last district not having yet Its annual aam.gluesieasb
.r 'convention, that is, North Central, Improved Qviaia*. J t I.s TastelcM Srrap,plc**>
? ,. falls in line and is to hold in Gaines- eat ..k. sad doss not disturb the atomach.Chfldrra '. -WE '
tak* It aM sever know I* Quloia SUPERIOR SERVICE HAVE IT {
offleers
"..w.. : attend( 'Three state 5Is..pecl.ur _Pied to adults wbo caaoot .
t are to President Curry lake enilmanr QviBln, Don not ague*ate see COURTEOUS TREATMENT
i and cans.swfTOHracss norrinrlof<.the bead. Tty I
of the Tenth Legion
Miss Coffin
r It the awzt ttm nod OnTnla. lor .. r
ro ? par- We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades' 'F" c
t "Secretary. Grace. A good programIs pos. Ask for pounce* original peck.geearns Tbe
its & being made in Gainesville and every PEBSUUM8: U blown la botU it_ lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring Siding, boon,. fl'

; .,.,' "f'fJDe i who can should attend"six in this Sash Shingles, Laths, Window and Door Frame., Moulding ?
t' large division comprising coun-. .. .0..0..0.00.0.0FOR h.
{ ti.'I un of the Su'wannee.' o of all lands Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.I., '

C GRACE A. TOWNSEND, RENT OR SALE. g We also carry a complete line of Brick.Lime,Cement,Paints, ,
Jan. 12 1915.
Interlachen, ,
,,{ Five-room plastered house furnished Fire or Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish Oq'eyerr'" ,
.. .
'l. .tooo'.Ot. street good or unfurnished neighborhood' ; on; good easy thing for your house or your barn, from ground to' roof. +

I. GIRTALES OF 'DRUDGERY + terms. Ask Mrs. Summers. t jr
M BurglarsThe

) '\'. New York, N. Y-Letters from .

' '' ,'I, '.....+'''before'trlrb in the stores' conditions commission and shops were describ-investigating read- 4 4 f Strangerfare unexpected often happens.Do I Send for Free Estimate I. u Si


\, the advisability of estabO not wait WtU your house is o.Ire .

1, fishing minimum wages for YOU LOOKING for or burglars come before thinking k
\ ). a about Safe Deposit Protection.Pat .
,"' > and minors. One girl O
&* ':. ,*:-women wrote: your valuables in our Fire, and We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE:... ,

v) % ,I', .': I, am' a clerk in one of these 4 FARMeither Burglar Proof Vault where yon canrent Ctmtractora Estimates on house bills receive prsnpt atteatisa.... '
.
.
*
.000 to
I stores-which: gave fSO a a Safe Depoait Box for 'i I
S? M ?.'charity at one time.. I have been large small If riot '" .

i ; '*;working' three' years and never or . $2 and $4 per Year .
i ii
f' < increase.-' .
't got an ?
t' ' . Another girl wrotet Ask Yellow Lumber Co.J t
'' !'%*. 1 am without,'faher mother oPine .
.. rive a helping Mrs. ,
or Summers
'. Mad.stabwd eear n qma.r five dol Arth9 Be Dom,, P. K. Weaver .i- +,o- -: : ;l"L' "' * ;:. .

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.: cmJCIJ..... Ir ."-. >BIDA IN VIAL ciRctrrr: o';> ..I.O..DA".IIII ',IU.&. JUDICIAL CUVCVIT. >qaarter'0f, .' Southeast ..sar 'carajre will tiav. to "fctAILETPsIfiUn , :t. .. . .a
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OBdBOLA
AJHtt. VOK OsCWfttA'COtTNTr AND> Poll OOCITTT' .IM cuAjicKjar.James . .hlp- ..Tw..trftyo8ou".- 'Range I send for 11I', I hay turned turtle.* j' I. Anti- Papa Aiji
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IN iw Tw.nt.-nlne
... '.. Ea.t.of Tallahassee Attendant-Say, this is the farace a
HAIIIOBB1r'.i MUM, PsmHalae. Meridian. Oseeole ,County, riorlda, thiS r
.. .. :: _...., 'fty. ........ E..h--m+ Oenanlnlnant,. S 5- 'WUn do aanear to tbs Complalaanfo Bill .t yon W&St' ? 'squs4uut.T.l.pbonsNw Si A 8PBOU'' \ ,

.- .VO..MUI ,'. . w.. ". VU.,...* BertlMiiiUtts. Us' wife,'i Complaint herein Bled on or before the *. . '21 Mabbitti Stnet ., '

.. ' aILToQvIETmLE'I 'BILl. TO tCUOT TITUB De.'t''!' Tt!! day e..Atrtl A.. faj.J m else theaid Over'9.000; waltrswes are employed : j .. ,
Bill will be . .
It taken as ; '
appoarlss by; affidayitpp.cd.d lo
Metnaaa4 all penoeM Clntne.1fk .. 1
; atenuwel ,
owi.i4-.11i sU >arttee, Clalsa.isuc And It '. further M.work.Ctty. '
tho kill died In the above-stated uetbatW5A. ordered that this ,.
a. Interest ,Uan>. (... caM ..... ; i order. be published' once a week for :." :
...._t .noes-,.saU.Bsall O.os Utt..- a.4 Bortha Utts7 taisvtes '
: "hIe..., 0t.twM ........_ .f nrd..IHetna or .Othei nUi,- ',; tho defendant therein named. are S Icy twelve GaZette consecutive. A weeks In tho Vale ... .0. . . . . . ....'. .. .. a .e. 5 P. THRASfIR. < *St. .

1 5- : r. i Itaenendents.I' non-reildents ot. the state of Florid. newspaper published In :, ..{ S

IIIJIIII-'or'JPV.LlOATIO.- .., ORDER. orappearlnevby- rvBLIOA'I'.Ollr' and are are residents over the of are Fort of'Worth.wenty-one Texas.and .. said County".. ..fif, of.nsral Ooeools. ,., lrenlato State.,of la.Flor.d"jn said. S :jyiRear ;. t1ILt9' SHEET; METAL WORKER;;, :jf PI), V,. S *

.... '.AI ;...:;;; . .. . years It !. therefore ordered' that, said ( "S '
''It appesrlng by affidavit appended. to 'I.. A.II w... I' __. 00...... non-re>ldent defendant be and .r.hereby L Witness the ''Honorable' tames TV. i Estate 'Ale.tY Steel,CeI1lnp a 'Speci.alt- :. .
Perkins Jude of said CourtTand ;
the Bill of Complaint tiled in the above ,.It i) "afftdavlt appendedto required to appear to the bill of my ,, :
'
stated-cause. that tho Respondent. EMil the bill of complaint filed > In the complaint Bled In aald cause OB or be. name a. Clerk thereof and the official sasa__ -1 ".1 l"t"t Phone J .-R Klsslmmea' .FtsU: : \ : -
.
/ above stated cause that the following for Monday the lat day of February.A. seal of aald Clreult Court this the Itb ' I" '
O. Fr"." *. a noa-rostdsnt of tho 8tS... t.
named Respondent vim. Bernard Helm J>. otherwise .ai.S5annfrZf *. "a. 191$. and toU. .;
'of Florida and that Bis roeldenee.1s u.kD.wu .. 111. the alterations Official Seal Chvcuitourt. Realty" bought ; : .'. I', 'lI1
I. a non-resident of the Stato. of Florida. of said bill will be taken confessed ) t ,
and It also appoarlas from tho '
.aid affidavit that lbs age, of tho said and that his last known address Is by said defendant. .-, J. U OVBR8TRBKT Circuit Houses rented y ''DR.J.W. SIMPSON .' : ,

Respondent Is'over ths age of Jl years, I..n as New Tork City la the State of It U further -ordered that 'thlll' orderbo JOHNSTON Clerk Court ,' Taxes paid and Tlde.5eri.t1for '; ," . .
S
It I.. therefore.. ordered that tho said ?4.wYork.. end it also-, appearing ..hysaid published once a week for four 00...- Solicitors GARRETT DENTIST 'SUpStahsIn1tataBuLld1nt :
'__.r"14.at Respondent herein named affidavit that tho SCO of thesald secutlve "" ..k. In Tb. Ooeola Journal for Complainant. 1-Ut Doa-reaideata. S { '. ,
S
Respondent Is unknown..and It appear a newspaper published In said county 1 t
bo and is hsroby roqulrod appear to deat
bill of complaint filed I' said oauso that the said bill of complaint seeks and stata.ThIs ORDER or PUBLICATION. F.... Life and cc Insurance. Offlcs 'Hoars C II
; ." a. m. to It is.S .
relief a.agalnst the said Re.pond.nt.It December "th A. t> 114. .
von before tbs Rul. Day In March. s .
\ or "
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1:901.
1:11 I
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'1. . 'A. D.I, 1(11. boID.Ar.t day'of tho Is. therefore ordered that tho said J. U. OVERN'tREET.Circuit ,I. Ctrenlt 0...... State of Klerian. Telepbono NO. ft" S '' f J5fl .. .. '. I' . : .
;
I .
.aid month, other wise, the allegationsof non-resident Respondent heretofore ( Court Cleric Circuit Court.L.BJWIS .....t.. JudIcIal (.'1....N. Onreolala Indemnity Bond ' yy. 'i.

'. tho said bill -will bo taken, as con- above named bo and he Is hereby required Seal) I I ."chl'n.ecy. ... : ,, '< < ,
tossed by to appear to the hill of complaint BRY AN J :
.It It is War.ordered that at'hla order tiled. In said cause on or before the Rule Bolloltor for Complainant.._4-lt Kate Yates, Complainant. DR. W. W.cALS0N. ,.'

bo published 'once a. ", ..k for eight Day la- February A. D. lli. betas: tho vs. ,, I S
onsooutlvs. weeks In the Oseeola Journal first day of said month otherwise the NOTICB. Henry Yates, Defendant.It DENTIST \
published In allegations of the said bill will be taken -I Notice Is hereby given that the regular ;, '
weekly newspaper
aid a County of Oscoola and State of as eonfeseod by the said Respondent. annual meetIng the stockholder It appearing by affidavit appended to .Offloa:ew. PllleyBuflding', "
bill filed In the ?'
I Florida and of circulation In It Is further ordered that this order i of the Pennsylvania Oil Company will above-stated cause -
general Office Hoars M
1-4
., aid be published once a week for four con- be held In the office of its treasurer.C. that Henry Tate.. the defendant there- -II.
County. Office Phone
II* Residence '
In named '. nonresident of the 'Phono. .
secutlvoweeks In the Oseeola Journal. A. Carson. In the State Bank build- stats
Witness the Honorable James W. Oas Admlntster44
Perkins, Judge of the said Court and a weekly newspaper published in the Inn, In KJsslmmee Florida. on Tuesday of Florida and Is a resident of Whigham. Your Teeth.-for Eitraetlen- .of ". ,
I Clerk thereof and the official said County of Oseeola and State of the 11th day of January. Kit. at 11. Grady county state of Georgia __ S
my name seal as of the said Circuit Court Florida and of general circulation In o'clock. A. M. for the purpose of elect-I I I over the age of twenty-one years; It 4- i _fr S
said County. Ins a board of directors for the ensu- Is therefore ordered that said nonresi Last ChanceTo 5-
.. this First day of January, A. D. l$li. -
(Circuit J. U. OVBRSTREBT. Witness the Honorable James W.P.rkin. InK year and transacting such other dent defendant be and Is hereby required DR. .K. S. GElGER'PHYSICIAN' S '
Judge of said Court business as shall regularly come before to appear to the bill of eomI -
: Court Seal As Clerk of the Circuit atnc'r. I Obtain
:; i plaint flied (n said
Court of Oseeola County. name Clerk thereof and the It. cause on or before AndTsURGEON' -S
I onday. the 1st day of March A. D. ,
p Florida. seal of said Circuit Court this First 0. F. KRIBBS. ,
By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. rrJ.tanuarl' A. D. 116. 1.1t. Assistant Secretary.IN I 1916. otherwise the allegations of said Dr. Miles? S Citizens Bank Building1 P
Deputy Clerk.Couel 1 L,:OVBRSTREET. bill will be taken as confessed by said Klsslmmee. Fla.,
defendant.
JOHNSTON AND GARRETT.S Court Seal) A. Clerk of the Circuit COURT"Of COUNTY JVDOW It Is further ordered that this order Phones: Office 19 T or $4 \ > .. '1
for Complainant. 4-6t Court of Onceola County. State TATaV or FLORIDA.In I be published Residence .11 .. '14tyr,1
of Florida. once a week for tour consecutive -
Ily JAMBS M. JOHNSTON re Estate of I weeks In the Klsslmmee Val Family .
5-
Deputy Clerk. CHRIS KABKN1CU Oeoeola County. Icy Qasette. a newspaper published In 1
IN CIRCUIT COfRT 8BVBNT1I JUDiCIAL JOHNSTON" GARRETT. Notice Is hereby slvn. to all whom It said county and state.This .

CUtCVIT Of FLORIDA IN Counsel for Complainant. 4-Xt may concernS that on the 1st day of January the 7th. A. D.. 1915. Medical S T. M. RJYER&5M.D.S
March. A. D.: 11116. I shall apply to the (Circuit Court Seal)
AND rOH 08CHOL.A COUNTY Honorale T. M. Murphy. Judge of said 'I J. L OVKR8TRBBT.O. PHYSICIAN SURGEON '
IN ciucvrr. COURT. KVKTI JUDI Court. as Judge of Probate for my final Clerk Circuit Court ,
Arthnr K. I>enes... C eainlslnsnt, VIAL CIRCUIT OF HIOHU IN dlscharn .. Administrator of the estate F. KRIBBS. Guide Office over Osooola

....... AMI FOil O8OBOE.A COUNTY of Chris Kaonnel deceased; and i I Solicitor for Complainant. 3-4t Pharmacy
- that at the same time I will present to 'I 'Phone Residence (I .
BILL TO T1TIKBsslI
QDIBJT IN AXCK1.Y.' said Court my final accounts as Administrator nrrioe 14$.

O. ...rI...., ..4 nil Pnrtles Clalas- of said estate, and ask for their FREE S <
Arthur K. I).nrann. Complainant. approval. i, Invigorating to tho Pal. and Sickly 0\
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S\; leg .. Interest. Under. Ike. ..101 Ksall J II. HALLEY. AdministratorDated ,-

O. Friend. or Otherwise. Hesnondent. %rrane Sept. 11th. A. D. 114. ', The Old Standard teneral strengthening tank "
Hill TO (H'HOT TITI.Kllrrnnrd i I OROVK'S TA8TBLB8Schill TONIC dnt.e.out H.D.I GEIGERv I ,

ORDEII OF PUBLICATION llrlm end 411 Pmene Claim- Mslsrls enriches the.blood.and builds onth*.,... This Book Contains : -a.
!NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOil TAX tem. A true tonic. For adults snd children. Sue: .
Ins an Inlrrrat Under thr nld Hrrnnrd DEEr:
ATTORNEYATLAW'I.
Te All Whom It May CeneernlIt Knowledge that Every One
llrlm, or OthrmUr. :t' .
appearing from the sworn "bill I of Under Mrr complaint filed in this cause that there Rrependrnt. iMntotes of the ....t. .* Klorldn. GO TO Possess. Office State .Bank Building

are parties interested In the property OK HICK: OK IM III.ICATION Notice Is hereby ,given thai Rosa E. : I I Klsslmmee, Fla. "
'involved In this suit other than the Meeker. and Arthur t. Meeker purchasers B. DICKERSON PART ONESimple :
known respondent and that the names To All t\ ..._ It May Conrrrm of tax certificate No. 1610. dated -
I day of June. A. I).. 18116. have filed Treatment for Common .
of such Interested
parties so are unknown -
It from the bill ofcomplaint . DR. C L. HYATTPHYSICIAN
to the complainant end that relief appearing worn said lAX certificate In my office and 1 V.r ( ,p.. .. Lath, Pine Lath, Pntrn* Ailments.
filed in tlii that there
cHiine have made application I for tax deed to | IMa.lrr..lrr Saris l.lmr Cement
I. prayed In said bill of
such unknown complaintagainst Itla are part .ice Interented in, the propert) ISNUI* In accordance with. law Said taxrertifletite I BrIck, Fire ('1.> ...d Klrr BrIck ....... PART TWO- and SURGEON "

therefore ordered that respondent all partieslaiiningJntereete j.volv..d in Ihllt stilt. other than theknown embraces lot seven (7) of I'lrr. nil .1.... ..41 )Ilnlldlns HI...... What To Do In Case of Acci:
.p."tdenl find Dint the naniesof block "N" of the town of Narcoosseehetng Eeryhing InAICIIKICIAI.
: In the following described | Htirh 1',1.I .i-n <> intereted. are "nI I A subdivision of section 20. township "TOl'OIU'U !\ K dent. Klsslmmso. Fla.' ..

real property situate in the I kll"\\ II 10 the, cnii.ii.ii.nnt. ( and that re- i' 25 south ranurc 31 .east accordingto COLUMNS! amid ELECTRIC: PART THREE- Phones Office 1ITResldene .j
County of Oceania and tVatc. of Florida.towit I j llff I 1. In roild hill nf rnmplnlntnn .
pruyed the official plat lying and being : I.KillT I'OI.KS)
The Northwest Quarter of the ..InI tuh iifiU. now. n i enp. ..indent H. II'' situate In the county of Oaceola. and ---- Practical Laws of Health.If S4I -
Northeast Quarter of Mectlon Three I ITonnshlp In i... ordered. lint all purtloHIn of 'I .
therefore state Klorldn. The said lot being c...... ;
'
26 South of flange 29 lOtixof I in In K .nterntH, In I he t..lI..wln". de- asscHHi'd at tho date of Inauance of said. i llroadonr and Midland II. R. you desire one of These

Tallahassee Meridian do appear 10 H.-rib.>d properly situnte tn t he t'ountyof certlntate In Ih. name of Arthur Hay IMienr 141. Free of GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW
Books. Cost send
the complainant's bill of complain Oftreola und PtHte of loridii. to-wtt cock. Unless said certificate shall be yow "
herein filed on or before the llule Uay The \VeHt Half of lh.. lOnnt H..*f and theTCnut redeemed according to law. tax deed name and address to ., .

in April. A. D. 1916 being the 6th day Half of the WHt Half of Section will Issue thereon on the. 12th day of All the parks gardens and availableopen FAMILY MEDICAL GUIDE. S
of said month. else the Hald bill will
1C In Townnhlp 26 1'I""lh of Hnnffe 32 January A 11 1915Witness
be taken as confessed against such repondents. KatU. of 'l'hlaitnasc.. M,*rldlHn. do nppea.r my' hand and official seal spaces of Vienna are to be laid Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart Ind, Collections and Conveyanc.jSpecialties ;

to the t4>mplitn( "nty Hill of (Y m nt Klaslmmce. said county and state 'I out as vegetable gardens. -
And It Is further ordered that this plaint herein flied on or before the Utile this twelfth day of December. A. D. Women in Shanghai cotton mills mentioning name of this paper.
order be published once a week for 13: I> the being 1814 Not than book be S
I>ay In April A. 1S16 name more one can 111 1-1 Broadway
work twelve hours
In the J I. for fourteen cents
consecutive week. Oseeola Jour OVEUSTRKI3T
S
the 6th natd month cia the mid
day of e sent to the address .
same
a weekly published I In I Clerk Circuit Court. Matches
newspaper
l. bill will. b. taken HH ronfenHed against are so scarce at the warfront
the said County of Onceola. and of gen (Seal ) Onceola County. Florida.
oral circulation in said County.Witness them.And H It* further ordered. that 1 his n)' JAMES M. JOHNSTON D. C. that an English officer paid C. F. KRIBBSATTORNEYATLAW

the Honorable James. W. order be p"hll"h..d once u. week for 62-41 $2.50 for a single one. -
Perkins. Judge of said. Court and my 12 consecutive wee In the Oscola -- - -- -- -- -- '- ----- \

name .... Clerk thereof and tHe official Journal a weekly newspaper publl..h- I. Circuit Conrt for the "Nrvrnth. Jndl- ----- -- ---- -. ..
,
neal of the said Circuit Court. this Firs ed In said <"oun. and of general circu- alas Circuit. ef tke Ktate of Florida, Examination of Titles a '.
day of January. A. D. 1916.J. lation in Paid coUnl y )'. Im and. for Osrroln Conntr.IN .+lO4.C4..+....+....++...... 4+++ +O4 r NotlOoatlon and Payment Specialty.of taxes; ef r

L. OVKRSTREET.: ..... '
Witness. the Honorable James W. .rl' non-residents. earefal
As Clerk of the Circuit Court of said Court and attentIon.S
Perkins. Judge my Bill to inlet Tllle. .
(Circuit Oseeola CountyFlorida Clerk thereof and the official
name as r.,'dla Klsslmmeo, Fta. ,
Butler. Complainant .
Court Seal) ,? .
aeal of the said Circuit Court this First ,
By JAMKH M. JOHNSTON. A. I). 1916.J vs. S
Deputy Clerk day of, 1 January... OVERSTUEET.AH Charles R. Campbell. Anna IX Rabbit.Rob..rt FOR' SALESeveral Pat. Johnston a.' p. GarretS.
C. I> Walter B. Denny '
JOHNSTON GARRETT. enny.
of the Circuit Court
Clerk V
.
Counsel for Complainant. 4-10 (Circuit Osceola County Florida. Julia Denny all of the aforesaid par- JOHNSTON ,GARRETT .
ties. Respondent being descendantsand :

Court Seal)JAMES M. JOHNSTON.t hnlrs at law of Charles O. Campbell AOaNEyATAwS;
By deceased and all other
parties '
IN CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF KIX>R- Deputy Clerk. claiming Interests; In the lands In this Offices 10. 11 and' 12 CItizens Bank.
SKVKNTH' JUDICIAL: CIRCUIT JOHNSTON & GARRETT. Bill described under the said Charles home '- ,
IDA. OSCBOt.A COUNTY. Counsel for Complainant. 4-10t <3. Campbell deceased or otherwise; bungalow located close in. arranged for comfort' ( 7' Baildlntr 'a

,g IN CHAMCBRYJames and Emma F. Campbell. solo surviving and convenience at catchy price with immediate possession.) 'Klsslmmeo,. FUCLoalS
AnMINISTHATIOM( NOTICH. devises of C B. Hart, deceased.Respondents. S S

,
'' Miles., 0.-........, Retire .f Ads.lnls<...ter for Klnnl nisrhnrae ORDER Of PUBLICATION. Also a fine ten-room two-story house for rent or sale at a bargain *"' C. Msssey T.tPleton. WarUw
yo. - S In Cenrt of C...,,, Jn.... To1 AH Whom It May Concern: . Late Counsel for ledge of t.'M
J ,W. A. utta and Bertha'Utta, and .J. w.r Osrela Cennty, flerlda. It appearlnsr. by affidavit appendedto price on favorable term of payment. S Fla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Ccost1MASSEY&WARLOW '

.Mnthewe. Uetendnnln.OltUKK the Bill filed In the above statedcause .
OK PUBLICATION In re, Estate of R. Lohr that the Defendants Charles B.
ATTORNEYS
It appearing by affidavit appended to Notice Is hereby given t<. all whom Campbell. Mrs. Anna D. Babbit. Roberto We also have a 280-acre farm dote to railway town on a good and COUNSELLORS" S /t-
the bill flled- In the above-stated. cause Walter R. I> AT LAW '. ,
Denny and Julia
It that the l&th of t-nny
that W. A. Utt and Bertha tiLts two ot. July.may A.conc..rn.I) 19IK. I shall. on apply In day Honorable Denny and Kmrna K R Campbell, country road telephone line for sale on favorable terms. It has con- Practice In all the courts of the
the defendants therein named and of the United bsforZ
are nonresidents Btates also
therein named are nonresidents of the .,:
T M. Murphy. Judge of said
of the State: of Florida, end Court nH judge of probate, for final State nf Klorldn the last known ailel siderable improvement and a fine place for a small colonization ; tho Florida Railroad Commission. acE
are residents of Fort Worth Texasover my the Interstate -Commerce COmm....
discharge Ra adinlnlMtratiir\ of H IjOhrdacenMei rrpw nod residence of each of saidReKpondfnls _
the age of twenty-one years; It ]. and, that at the tlm bcInK (riven In said aftlli proposition.We 11-14 Charleston BldB. :
i* therefore ordered that said I nonrealdent I will Hikme \ It n.. follows: Orlando. Fla. > l"1n.- t
preiieiit o mild r-"uil my final
defendants be and are hereby required arcountM. HH alnliulctrt l loi of. :tl.1- Charles U Campbell. - -. also have several orange groves and truck farms at bargain ,
the bill
to to or
appear com tale rot tht-tr Colorado. HprlnK-H. CII,,. : Mr. Annn
pro\Hl.
plaint tiled In said. caUHu tn or befortMonday l >Ht.-d" | ; \I. Ilnnhit. 230 Drnndwio New York and with F. H. JENKINS
the let day of February. A. JIIIIIIHI.\ I. A. I', llir! r-il\ Itnticit C DcnnFiiramlHlc prices want to correspond you. J Ji \ 4

D. 1916 otherwise Hut all,, atlon" ot 2-fimo. W1M.IAM: I.DIIK: AtitiontnfiIil. N .1 VV.-ilter Hl ; .

aid bill will be taken ns confesNiHl by \dmlnlHlrator l Ih'lInv. ISO Woodlawn Axe oberlln. SURVEYOR
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acid defendant. fl. Jlllln llelinj. 151 Rpeedwi t. S
It is further ordered that HUH order %..lilIpDe' 4-I--Itt IHIKNT.TO h. Ii. MorrlMlown' N ,T
bo published once a week f'>i four onsocutlve I. n. llll >''. AM) \ lI. I>T III.:II Iol'rhlo\\ n. M J ""n.l I.' U ('11"1"| Nelson Fraternity HallKlsslmmee.
weeks In the OHceolit JOUIIIM!. I'"i I-KII-I: : ii: > i \niii'r: Realty Company S
and It rurll. r apptiuint; liv ...ilTiiltxIltlmt !
published in said Fla.
a County
newspaper
and titato. Noli; IH .lii .I i,.\ KIN .n thill I. I I., II ijii IIK< H of the Kttifl' -spond, ntH 5 ,
December; IriKr-im. aherlff of 'sronln < oiintHt.itt\ Iff unknown KUsimmee, FloridaC.
This 24th. ii4.: !
Circuit Court of Florida. hn\i' his 4lay It-vlad. a writ It Is, therefore, ordered. Thiit the i
( ) of Httnrhmenl Haiti nonronidrn, ,, oo 'ooo
(Seal) J. 1-. OVKHWTIIKKT.Clerk ; ; ; tMMUcd III the suit of John H""ponI.h'r"'n DR.M.JHICL3PHYSICIAN
S Circuit Court ))0'01) UKalnnt t' \\ un.,as. now pending ahu\ named be, and they ftr',- hereby .
LEWIS O'HRYAN.Bollcltor In I the circuit court nf the Seventh ju.l- required to be and appear to the Hill t
fur C oniplaltiHiitBolloltor l lelal circuit In and for Onceola county of Complaint filed In said. cause on or and SURGEON 71

for Complainant. 4-lt Florida upon the following described licfnre JIInn<'lllv. the ] at day of Mnrch. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Socrotary.
I>rop..rlr./tlluat..d In Oaceolu county. A. II. 91S: ofherwllte the nlleirn t lortMof Office State Bank Btillcl1nl'.Pho.
State or Florida, ninre partlcularlv deacrlheil said Pill will he taken H.I confeHHfdhy ;
nH follows to'-wlf said Respondents. ....: Office 41Residence

IN' CIRCUIT COURT. flK\ICNTH: JUIM- All fractional section one (1). all It Is further o'rdered that this order 40 I '

CIAL CIRCUIT OK KI.OIIII l.\ fractional section ten ( ho), eleven (11) Ii e published once a week for four con- .....

AND FOR OSCKOI.A Cot \TIN \ nnd twelve (12)) all auction thirteen si-cutlve weeks In the Valley Oniettc. The Waters & Carson -
S. ((13)) all fractional Hec-tlon fourteenH R newspaper published. In snld Otteeola 4

CIIANVblI1.Anita. ( ), II f teen and sixteen ( IB) this noi thCHHt ( 'onnt)'. State of Florida. '
quarter I N. K I 1-4 ) uf the n..rlhw..1 This, the Silt day of JHIIUBIX. A I' S 4 I is
E. Donrnjnn, 4'omplnlnxnl. <|U rtei I.N. Jo:. I -4 of N W 1-4. noutllImif 1915.Official 1 I J. W. THOMPSON S SI

(l/ ......a. of the northwent quart.iS 1-2 ofN. ( Seal Circuit Court ) '.

BILL TO m nrr '1'1'1"l.lEdwie -: : U 1-4), and Hotith half of K.cllonaeventeen J I. OVKRSTHKRT. Grocery CompanyWholesale ,
IS 1-2 ..t See 17)) all In Clerk Circuit Cnuit I
M. Raudiill Murxli Tracy end townshIp twent-itlx ((26) miuth range JOhNSTON & QAHRKTT.

'c' John Tracy nrr h..nd. end all pnrtleo t:hlrtyine ((81)'I\HI.I containing iiccordIni Solicitors for Complainant 3-41 '" I

clnlntlns. Intrrt-nta under (....- *.ldisnied ; to the United States surveys In thetnte FUNERAL DIRECTORand
.* of Florida ft,765 !911 situated. 11
U..p......(* vr otherwlne.Itmponflr. In OH<'..oh. county. Florida.acres excepting !. flronK. ('..art for Ike Neveati. Jadl- ,)
rlal flrrnlt of
.. f e KlorldM.
,.
and revervlnu: however. out of theibove
!. sad for Osoe-ola I'oanty.In .
OIU).. Jt Of IT L.ICATIOI\ d..rrll..d premIses twenty 120)) I (.......r,.. i
acres on the ennterly shore of Llve LICENSED EMBALMER!:
S I- tick lake now used and Improved an a Hill
4. '.... ,All \. h.. It May Conerrni banana plantation. Butler Complainant.vs. .

; It appearing from the sworn bill of 4-'t! I U II. INORAM. Store and Chapel, Stewart AT*.
.v: .complain tiled in this caune that hero Hherln-j Oaceola County. Florida. Charles R Campbell. Anna D. Rabbit
/i, ''are parties lntore.<'eJ m Dm) property. tnbert C Denny. Walter B. Denny.
Involved In this suit other than the MAMTKIt'S MAI.K: Julia Denny nil of the aforesaid par- Klaslmmee Fla. 1(
rj[ known Respondents and that the leX. respondent being. descendants and

S "'3 toames of such parties HO interested are Under and by virtue of a fInal decree heirs at law of Charles Q. Campbell

,. unknown to the Complainant and that rendered by the Honorable James W. deceased: and all other parties claimIng ,
>' relief I. prayed In the said bill of comc .'..rkln.. Judge of the Seventh Judicial Interests In the 'lands In this Bill -
plaint against said unknown Ueapondi Circuit of tho State of Florida. In and described under the Said Charles O. 4 . . . . < . . . 4 . 4 .,._.__.. .. .. .. When In Need of a i

i' therefore. OUDUHKO that for lha of Campbell, deceased or otherwise and \
hi.. I Ccmnty Oxrenln. In chancery ; 4 4 VETERINARY SURGEON,
an Interest In the sitting. the 23rd Emma! F. R Cnmpbell. sole surviving \
all parties claiming, un day of December 'WE: SELL: WE BUT: 4 '
'-' following described real property .situ- 1914 In a certain rattan wherein Ira devisee of C S Hart deceased. Re --Call For- J c,

-,' '.ate' In the County of Oaceola and State B. Tllton Is complainant and John P. spondents.OIII. . HAY 4

of Florida, to-wlt: The Northeast Quarter Jones et al defendants : I. n. 1\ Krlbbi --- HIDES A. F. RICHMOND -J
of the Northeast Quarter of Sectiont Special Master In Chancery will sell >Klt UJo' rt III.K'ATION. 4 I. GRAIN -4 4-.

It In Township XT South of Hangre 12.East at public outcry, to the highest and 4 4 FURS 4 Loug-hmaD Road ( "
.: of'Tallshassee Meridian do appear'to best bidder for cash within the legalhours To All Whom It May Concern: )
,> tho Complainants bill of complaint of sale, on the first Monday In It appearing from the sworn Bill of 4 FERTILIZERS. 4I' Phone 111Klnlmm..., n.

t. .on t>r before the Rule Day In April. A. i February 1916. same being the first Complaint flied In thin. cause that there WOOL 4 tel
Di'IIlI.th. same being the 6tb day of day oC said month and Is a legal sales are persons Interested in tht' propertyinvolved 4 4 4 .
,. said, month else' the said bill will be day In front of th.. .Court House "ofOsceola in this suit, other than the SHINGLES. ERNEST L. GREEN, !
,
I : taken .. confessed against them. County. Florida. In lbs City of known Respondents: and that the 4 4 i'
,
.;, -, ABO It' I. further ORDERED that Ktaslmmee; the following described names of such persons so Interested 4 ORANGE BOXES 4 AND .
Writer ..:
I 't.... f order bo published once a : lands tenements and hereditament., are unknown to the Complainant; and I Sip aM Deeoratir -f'Palatu'
| 't 'vroeh for Ii consecutive weeks in theOsceolat situate lying and being In the Countyof that relief I Is prayed In said Bill ofComplaint ,
k Journa a weekly newspaper Oscetola and State of Klorlda sam.more against such unknown Respondents 4 ORANGE WRAPS 4 ALL 4 !. ,: ?1. ( :

: 4. published In tho- said County of Oscoola particularly: described as ; 4 4 S lit.I'

> and of general-circulation In, said Lot Number Thirteen (11) and oi'i It Is. therefore ordered. That all VEGETABLE: CRATES COUNTRY Th.e2s3.-.-..- "- _.
p ; County -'' ";' *. Number Fourteen (14). In Bldck.Slxty- parties claiming- Interest In and to 4 S '
: ,Witness* tho.Honorable James W. nine (I.). In tho town of Saint.Cloud. the following described 'property, sit4 \ !

}5e'; ,'-Perkins Judge'of said Court and my In'said' Oscoola Couat"l State of Flora uated In tho County of Oseeola and 4 .CRATE NAILS PRODUCE.: '4 P. .A.Y&a.: Agnew' .W':'" crawferEF c ,

,, 5Eam. .. Clerk 'bari aed tho of4cial loa. *acoordlns .t of said town State of Fiori....' to-wlt 4 : '. J" T.VAK -

101.yI, 'of Court In and for the Patrick .
r.t 4.0' .Iaau.pS'' A.. D. 191$. Circuit County of and J. P. Hnghey's Addition .. > "
F' ,L L. OVRBREE1.' Oseeola by the Bemlnole l 44L a..eult. ,; ,1. .. ,
t S .'Court( flaal Aa Clerk ot lb. CircuIt L vestment Ot>m0an>y. H ; ,- *. ,*.' -t' County JI'Iortda'ln. to Wa aH fieU a.d tranlea Mad ef all Ida*!*. ..-. v.* : ." .,.. ..: : S' ,.., ' .

Court-.t-O.eeela. "PoU.t7. rlori..... .'' Said 'sal. being made to satisfy-said ;the;.Plat of said Addition on file" I* Wa sty* .padal attomtiaa t* flttlac Mt kaatlmcFradolrrorrtaeltrUaata. "' C ljIai'I' orncCitbnI';....- _; :"'- S r

; : ,. B7' JAKES __ ..IUHNSTON. naldecr..sa4aI1eosta.. ,. ,. 'B_: ""'? 'the' ofrioe of the Clerk of tho Ori PfcMiaNa. UvWa . : : 1. B1dIdIq ,fi
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; ; "' .' ',' - . JopuQo' Clerk. C1 i,;eu.tt Conrt for Oraairo-r County j of ". .> A.kUf.I.. ., .,. :
S.' .ZnJUTON .. GAJ1RBTI'' -, .. 8 Svoclal Master;,la Chaa_,.. which said County tho said lands ara cooatr afcaU f r gU fMrtOUwm.a . :, dttlairaMt S4; kt ..,.... -4e.'ilU44e.,: ' 4'$1 '
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,- 'II. # THE:, 'KISSIMMEE VALLET' ', GAz'itiTI'' ." FRIDAY' jANUAsir I ,'IS, ItlSEmORSEO ':'


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1It ....,., "'" A J. .. .
l C present regular play* running;' .from Campbell) *' former.. Oaceola. county

," "" ';f- II AfLOCfAL: 'PLAYHOUSES I an. hour' to an hour and. .half with boy; who has made.'&roo'' < '''oa. the" east
I .' vaudeville ,specialties between
'. .each. coast. Friends here have watched bis Want' Ads
f .
} Mj. ./ : net.' career; with interest and he .is given : "
: In the this la Miss "
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\'t .. east season credit for, furnishing the "push" necessary'to I '.
): Ruby Thorne.' one. of the. cleverest launch the project to build '!4" '
'f..ffr"Jf.t.1': ; POPULARITY CONTESTATGRAYSTONECASINO GIRL AND THE TRAMP "i"iAT' .
1'
\ leading soubrettes south hi '
seen )I'M"". the railroad into the 'Glades. He has I '!

I /1".J! . .from Page, One.) She and Mr; Y. C. 'Ane,,: irVwperted .. been named treasurer of the PalmBeach FOR SALE 4>ne of the,.finest ffrovtin 'if
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, 'J> 11.000 Share* ot. fit Each THE NEW by Harry Warner. Stanley and Everglades Railway com Osceola County located only 4ne

J>'lvtl., ."..11, b. divided Into nine .DIXIE Prince, Miss I Marion Taft, Miss Bea "tan7'whlcb'dud.. have been assumed ,mile from, dty limits.. .Fortyfiveu'acres Ii
.vIII. two Representative.* trice Barker, Mr..Jack ,Burt Robert fn addition to-his official work
as
'l' .,'" \ of best citrus land; -twenty'acres !'t
JWrectoraj mahlna
.. 'Dlrectora. HUlson, Walter Hubbell a o tax collector of Palm Beach county.Tvr .' In splendid trees. Fin, '
bearing
i_ -.I'." Comedy will relffn '
oF-rioHiwi Beginning la'it the Gray- supreme tomor -
'II"t' ,p "n\.aRd one .0rlmor.VI: v Monday'! TOM CAMPBELL INTERESTED "nty.. women ,in : hundred .variety: :. of fruit.; You can get
r.... atone casino, Klisimmeo'* beautiful row night (Saturday) at the New every this direct from the
t. .and eyes.LEARN
,Oan playhouse Inaugurated a big popular theTramp" .IN RAILWAY PROJECT
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Ja.n. er; Treasurer and Secre- and save1 real-estate commissions. ; ;
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,.t.ar) '110 'B"r! be Dlr.oto...)i and such ity contest, which promises to create will be seen for an engagement Address Box: 427. Kisslmme Fla I'
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.t..... ubordln.t..oa.oer.: .. the JJG.rd the ladle of of one night only. .
interest TO EATlifmrm
,It. mar G'etermlfte. .. great among I Tho Tropical Sun of West Palm .. '1
r;; .xr't; .. HJ Ab .....ICJIII, this city. "The Girl and the Tramp" la a new Beach, In its issue of January 7. car <. eat .*.,. *jrp r thliT* mm4VMrarr DWELLINGS ,for. rent,' opplj to ..M.Tiller. .
-.1I1D! 4. *.. . FLOUIDA The contest management has an play which haa been written to fill ried the information that .eaJ.... mm* mmmmlmnmu will. .. '
.' ., ..\ Corporation organized: on ro-oper- pounced a Ford touring car and several out the gap which has been left by had been a company F..... It *aatter* little what. T mr ..
;au"a rill"' ; chartered by the State of will be : the passing of the melodrama organized in that city to _..tJ_ *r _adltln. la, yi (CAI beeared
other valuable common FOR SALE! Six house
/Florada 1/ and aiming at .ecurlngas prizes I build and operate a railroad into the wltfc "._' BTm''daae* mmm. tm* -- room corner
i ;Shareholders -all producers of Florida given to the most popular ladies inKlssimmee. I with IU thrill and its unlikely char- upper Everglades, work to begin within ..is per (.*.. If I rmmmmt ...ji* I vrlll tell Penfleld and Randolph atreeta,' I ICba.

wbo-ari. DKaced 'or Interested. In the Up to this time over I i I acters and situations and the high- sixty days and the road to be r mt .a_ Olv. aav, .vejatloBwelakt. > .. Thompson. 4-4tpd :.'
I I completed .
Ion of tho aollULOTMKNT thirty have been nominated as con class musical show which cannot profitably I kctarht mmm raltla la creaeraltmr :
within ..
a m .aF.
Y' i... k na>" lie allotted Of STOCK by tho DlrecSo testants. I,, be given at popular prices. One of the leading year.: promoters of DR. a. A. VA1VT. : FOB BENT OB SALK -TwoUrr' t

o.. ,the Shareholders In the follow Votes with cash purchases, as well ,I Fun the people always want "It is this railway project is Thomas J. Baak *f C.mmtrff Bldr.. HMM aa atom bulldlnV on Brack: St. North ,, .
/, / ing- manner:. . as payment of accounts are given atOann' to laugh" said Louis Mann and theatrical TAMPIA. F-I.A. S-4t Klsslmmea. H. C. Stanford .u '
J lot. ot'P"BhM' .*o be paid for who take the
know
ha Cash Department store Taylor'lIGrocery men money .
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"JLn.' 1.ot c'of'. Flv.
"- Parlor Market*, Lupfer and PVather the laughs always take the money.In boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lumber -

crlber ro*" Payment* may "*pay at.'reasonable for their Htock Internal In garage, W B Maklnson Co, Gray I "The Girl and the Tramp" is told A Furniture Co. 29-tf. '

.,01 time stone casino, Cole's Jewelry otore ''I the story of a man whose home was
ONE fiend
WHOLE WEEK STRAWBERRY PLANTS- $2.50' ,
$,: 'i ft( .JSUECTION! OIT DIRBCTORHjl On Thursday night January 7, the ruined many years before the play ;
for
at J$1.50.
'I the starts by a villian and who has been 1,000. Cabbage plants
The of standing
."t J>lrectors ehall be elected An first announcement I 'and trees .
/ "I I.nually: by the Stockholders, either hy of contestants will be made at the forced into the "submerged tenth," as Peach plum, pear cherry ".
!t. '; praonal yota.orlll" th, I ===== AT THE = at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light- : ,
umr ? proxy. would a common tramp Well educated yet ,
and ,
f Gra tone casino, we appreciate .
\ On.
month foot E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf
: to '
prior election ,
an I ho 110IF.V
11 the saddened and reduced to the level of
.>,. -ret.a.rT aba/1 mall to each stotHir having; contestants call at -
t ,' t-BSTirai1 proxy form Casino at an early hour on that date a vagabond he roams the country until FOR RENT-House completely furnished t" '!!
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., ,,t', ,;1 W..Con".ntlon'Bach. District at aball certain hold a Dint Met to make reports to the contest manager the beginning of the play, he is NEW DIXIE Mrs. J. H. Harris. ,
a place within
1 that na.trlOt on a flked date Annuntly engaged by the same man who ruins 204. t\. T
t" < and,., that Convention the. Blockhulija Below is a list of those nominated his home, but whose identity i 111 not {

.:' ar. b District shall tli-ct to date: Misses Marie Boyd, Lillian known to him, to work out another FOB RENT-8-room residence furnished ;,.jj.....
jmaJorUy vote tweDirector* to rrnrr" I of Y. C. ALLEY AND HIS ASSOCIATE PLAYERS $16: 6-room |10 6-roona .
.*" ; that District ( Prentis, Winona L Allen Rosa piece villany. ; ,
', -..' ''' ;':fl. . maklOR. tol..1 H or totnl"IIchl.of I' O'Berry Helen Bass Lucy Wither As soon as Happy Jack, the tramp, IN DRAMATIC REPERTOIRE $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and insurance 'It.: v..

" .."f '._n ,Dlreetor.). I Marion I.atty. Dolly Alford loams what ill expected of him, he 202 Broadway. .:St:
,
spoon '
'At
/ this Convention anj' Ki.kh<.ii.i Mil turns to help and not the vil I Opening Monday Night
Hansell injure
NVllie
'. ,' "">fi Con.tltute any othir Stoi.khnM.r I I Connne Gilbert, ,
;' ,1.' .''1 hla Attorney to votn hi. pioxy HI dred Ie Leona Richards, Ruby Pre lain's victims With Flo, a bowery WANTED-A list of stock lands, orange -

.'\1.:', .1' m..Un. within hi* own IXntrloi' Ihh'l I vatl, Virginia Mokm on, Mary Carson girl he finally works the salvation of groves and trucking farms to

..I "'I\ r y .',ynach_ ..Stockholder. th. Flection': ahull of h l IlIr"'lnrH."vr" l.ul "in ir' Mariory Boll Bearden Alma Griffin the family and findu in Flo, his long "The Moonshiner's Daughter"An sell to our northern clients. from We
have number of
.-r.! tll. I .p..c.'Uv.. of the amount of hln ,h..l .. .. who will be here after the
1' { J"I-" Alpha We tfall, Maude Thomnson I young comedienne IK seen as Flo parties

f.iJ1I.tJ ov run
. 1 / 't.'I'i. iThei Corporation will hi. tin. oc.rB) I Wmn I.mini Thomas, Marion trump she HUB several munical numIxrs We are going{ to get out a real estate
" Y ->UlneH* awi-nt of II.. 141"'kh..If1.l Entire Change of Program Nightly with bulletin advertising ..
{' I,1. ' Whatever ? )In I'oitiM M-ndaWt.\ .1.I D Woodbeck, Mr. Kycrs and Mihs Mann will I properties .'
\ pcitnlim to Ihi < ult u at Ion r ..;
and distribute these descriptions ,J
111"- tne aolll: irerieriillnpinUlim. II will Kenneth I' Butler, C. I" Johnson, Fail danrt* the tango Argentine, and Texas
I; :," >. perform for Its .torkhol.I"'H the illff.ient : Kupfci', imil! II W iiady I Tommj This couple are said to !1)(< HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE throughout the north and west ad I"}
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1.:. ,..'liIr. arrvlcrs now prrfi.nm.il. l Io> thi. \,, the most graceful of tani{o dancoisMOOVSHINEK'S anyone who will give us a faithfuldescription '
I *ysz. <." 1111" '''INK: I; I\KIKI; WITH I Il'OBl'HN'S of their property and '.\
''It' ,,J''. V. .. ttr" .ufehnid'm; : "" !,;1dl./I;,:;, /i I ql( ; : \lUiHTMt; Between Acts. and
" &antH.. ferlllllliiK, "OIl"'H. mitHeicompanies \ M1NSIKM.S: I I put a reasonable price upon it '.
( ,, ")\' parkci oti. Itwin iilm I Oiu. of llu* pU.using featuits of CoImin VT TUB NEW mxmY. - --- -- ----- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- terms, we will endeavor to place it \'.

/ .lit p..rformlnJC'.h t rIt",'K b..I'r ,.rl! for them and honest ,
m guarantee
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. ', ,, LOOK AT THIS PROGRAM.
tho famo
'; ad :MinstnK at '
t
1.:1': )Cheaper than I h >, ( will .
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' iir n u i"i'rri.nn." 'I.l Alley's playe..s pir-x-nt Nelson Co. Kissimmce .
'i. ;' Which should ,. .InnuRiv' nl*, thi* treatment Realty -
hi nulli |" .lIrl\hl. -, novt IK'ntl IH "Thr Moonshiners Daughter," the MONDAY-"THE MOONSHINER'S DAUGHTER, 3 Acts. '
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;..d' owing to the con< piitnitliui ..r l III'', ; or'Mr.. I : FlaPROLONGING.
11 HIH. mull ( .t omposeil esti I II "
''I"'" ( t I
] Dixie truatci T'II" it TUESDAY "LENA -
Monday night 4 Acts.
.N,.. And th<- ellmlnnllon" of i'mnpi tltl m < RIVERS,
alonar themvarloux llniH :0 mil, llnnll\ I.IKis, fos. J\lag'ult., "huntDiu' ; Tustin. I an pnginssing 1 play of t the noilh t ;porgi.i '- DOLLY'S LIFE. i,:
WEDNESDAY
...'., It will return Into i hi. IHM, k< li- ..r natoekhoMprx ViaithImil- tinoi, .indi>ilki, and. I mountains' where mounlaii dew -"PRIDE ON THE RANCH, 4 Act To strengthen a doll's head first 11I
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.. tn..*.. profltR all which tin I"M>IIIH .>r UK,,i "H... i 1 William,;; ( ,lull; ""I'h. hui" robusl, I <'noi.mil ',.j i- "i.ulp ill spite, of tin. "Tor( h ,ifUnrip THURSDAY-"THE GIRL AND THE DETECTIVE," 3 Acts. I move the head from the body, then reij'
no'' a" i 'II' i "
,r Varlou* mlddli' 'mr',n nml nhlih fircrra ''x tin IHISM''''' "of urnof t the nu,.>'"" Sams "'\'fIU'r". It di'al, with, I FRIDAY-"FOR HIS SISTER'S HONOR," 4 Act. I it with plaster of pans mixed to I,

the prom'nt I.IOM. ..r I Ih, i"rmlar " ,powiiful, top tenoi1. ,in niinstnl .N I Iho'r luiitlv folk who ft.01 tlint (doilin ; I SATURDAY "THE VIGILANTES Acts. .mooth paste with water Stand it toone '
thertiNelvinof" -
Mi 1 '. ( h-iiihs' iann< i ls phenomenal , hill, lon side with shoulders until .1.1'
80m.. the ,
ity alonl* Wlll pnrl".II1'1' IhlH' < OIIM.I.HI.M 11t"'H..r. ,", "II ," ) .,lid his "iindition of sentimental/ \ (. tin.in n \iato donw 1 livtlilioixl SPECIAL MAT/NEE "AN OCTOROON'S REVENGE" 4 Act dry and then fasten it on to 1

work" mlh.i. oudln.il IH i..II.!!?" Hj'fl" lomiih' 01 ihi'-RK.il) iiumlirrs "indmdI h use of the still. A">"< 'in the body A doll that goes to sleep ;Jt;,

'; MAHKK1 I :VI !I"f' I n.ili/e him as one of Uie {iiig fea i t:" nt t1'l1l1 pried f 11)>n one pusl tiuMtlui > A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION I lannot be treated this way, and one 1I(:!..!'

Kor UK Ktorkholil) IhlH l '", ,,,,, ., / linen. of the ,lompuiiv Of pli-iniii' "1'palU'H' I t to reach whu' hi mit trnl \' Bring Ibe children. This is a show for your mother, wife, sister that has an open mouth and teeth will ,,. Jj
tlon will take tbi' 1'1..., ., ..r in. '. ami addresn Mr Church isI .
i I I"" (' l of the
; .) I'" 0111000ntlli' triuls" A"'lIp."i' < d J and sweetheart Secure in advance. require a strip paper pasted on ::
; "
nmiiwholiKnle III h"" I the numbers your \
i-.Iahlll.h".. i, i i iHJltlf II, I.. . ,is hie' .1 fmonte with 'I.y his Doling dnughtet he sets out inside before pouring in the paste.Ths : :'
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,\t'; of the North nnil I '.in,,,1., .",,, III"t i of the company as vMth those IIIUSK' I I II If sto'is at n hut in the niountuinsAt EVERYTHING I NEW. E A C li N I G H T D IFF ERE N T ; :

1. ) ome of the moii. linpoiiwill / ''' '' l.ollI'' II lo\ing pations who instantU uspoml I mirht;' he i is awakened' liv t the rl<>\\' '
'" hnw. a NtiliK ,or i tall ,,, I Qulntn That Does Not Affect TBS .HeadBecan '
Klallnh .
I.uca, personality PRICES 15c and
Mr 25c 35c
talent '
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to his )hin. still The shiner.
.. .hu'nl. an well!' .It. will knun tin xlal.of >m "i noun : .e of It* tonic and laxative effect I.AX"" )
..., '. .. the m..rk..t in IMI\ 'I.MII I "f till', and hplendiil bassoice is too well. MS ,flip at t the same tmu- and is ;| 1 TIVK BROMO QUININK l I. better titan ordli ..,.,........I'
.,.," country, and. will. ..hll' (IIH I" ,..Iu, IH I" I known to rcijuire comment. Thm season <(viic\r: on the d'aThe, officer IHkillf """ I, Quinine and doe not cauie nerameneearlDKioc ':I:
i I-ofniir In head Remember the full and.
where tin ileniim. name
: : :"> < ...*t and tho nrlro" tho hlidu! IK.NI in It" 1',1I 'win- I as interlocuter with the company .d! and his *la>er adopts his daughter : look lor the alvnature of B. W. OBOV(,. X.. ); AI
J.Tfoi. ,,' In his friends will havean opportunity Years nfter her hrother finds i I
many
: ]S JVAW'11.l"'"""' Ih. Produ.ti. ....
I It* Htoe added ability I :-: :-:-:-:-: -< -< ,\> tIt. JI! e lie e_ IHtt.a..llla.! . . .
J' I .0Jd..rM llKhlKround. fiom, th, of retognmng an her Shi" has ,inherited an enmity formoonhhincrs - - - -

",,:' hlpment. to patk th. tn properly' for I' in this v..rsatiperorm!'. entirely which causes her to suf, i
.31 and to
fui 'them f NIGHT
i.uy h.
o
.\ i .. far .. pnnvllil*,. ..t tin. prmlurrr n unexpected in connectionvith hi< fi-r miu'h at the hands of the people SATURDAY ONLY

,drJJ.f); nearevt utiitlnii "JII ih" n iiiiiit 'them I i musical work. among whom she in forced to live |
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th.
.. ? : ." mot 1"0111.,1.1.] inn,i'k. t Th I I 'Her brother her but I ,
: .. ..t.hll.h.n..nt fiimriy rescues ,
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' .' "I1" corporiillnn t of PRd h prod lie*'i and, the of
hould llmlnate. fur Itn Htnrk I'nMtnif powwr ..... : in the attempt incurs enmity
.' "he .."" for n'PP'na-' f.r will IncllreclM. hi'in'lit tin' haHI"| < hi-r lover, a mountain youth, and near
.r h"ld..r.1 . whom
.... and ti with
rui i In I"nr cltli >wn
onV'> Product : and MiouliJ . ,,\ forfeits hut life. AH ends
happily
.an. tlm. 'In.ur" \ In ilealN IdHultn I" Inn lntlr "' ly at the NEW
.... ".. m.kftt. price for the tbihlirhe*iime. *)Th po.iibl. C'ora.wJn.ilal"11' < iKlltlon en.lrl for prtiftnt" "Miill", \ when the girt is Htored to her family DIXI&< 'A
will In' Bllnnilatid :
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.. HMkir ImmlKrutlon
''I> .tlon "le Produce of Iti and marries the youth who has
' and the bent <'lam of clllKii"th .
own flto ... and :
uch 'product of her from his
llvlnrf protected own people.
make
1 other. .ei who Intend to a -
producer "
act,, forth by: !:by-law* n* will hereinafter b. from the soil-will he. attriected *what population will Incr< ''' \ tjTRANSPORTATIOM. Florida need most tm men, And lantly machinery. Entire change of Fred Byer in His
'I I a* a direct reault of thewe alreadynmtlaned program daily. Mr. company
'The "The Girl and the
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'r Corporation will be the builne.cnrent value of Tramp"HERE'S
the AJlr'S
';'j' 'l / :>''-'' th'of. "transporttl Its Stoikliolder quecllon.. In dcallnvlth In-. land will BO advantage op by the! loap*value anc. of' bound' rural*; engagement haa fast finished in S an-! 1.ftu It.i12! Comedy '

: .(', ': ite&d of Urn producer of l"Jot1d".bn.v. land the I Increase will affect in directly the value of Y C Alley O6i. t* not one of the 1

I'.' 'l'. .;...'..thdr J\q' their Influence" itronvth their enemy nnd. ... clt> and town prop>rt>'. 110 that every. ordinary tabloid t'n s, but is recogiirrfd : ,
dli.lnated In the ' -
a. run.prment. -
.. vrlll l II. ill- ,
mpiitlioldir In I lorlilT I standard lo..k'! ; ;L,:, 'Jt }.' : 't-
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.' .t b>' workinv on thin quiMlottljroUKh as one o t i '" 't i ,
biriiftltifl "" .
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< ll\ anil npi-rlalU ; I n .
-8Q man)' fllffeient aTiil ill I i ITft ..rt.\I'TI"\UILIT.. I ITh. /nipiini: s now.. i ,g the "south and | : '
time*. oppoNlnHT' airificliN.. tln\ \\\lil |Io'wo..klnjl' \ . >l,'iinxiau,' i I" nvlHl' .IN' In. "i |,". --- ---
throuirh Ilili". <'oi porailn" nl.il' In I tin. Com pain s ihail, ,.i "inl, ,InIIWH I
bring: all thnt .H.nKlh ami I lununiii" < <
into one foruH; Hi,. \. will I I" aid i.jiet ,i., i.nil.I' w 'II>f at tile all,I'ompatu:linn In.n Hliill,:i thn1 rinialnuilh : :Ih' ; I t

with n lnicli "inlnil and I thehould \ ,
'.. li' .nhli to Milk,' fut nion' err..itle .. Hi' I.H, at. boil.* "f ,II"III"! 1..kh..II.Kin Illlll'I Craysto CasinoJANUARY :z: "
It lll I I" ilMl.l'KHll'l r :
blow, lit the |pl"" N..lit "II.,1"11.' of III" II/ to B. ,.III H"'h ,.,.lit' I 111Ci ::1.h
torrondltliinN whin Ihi li .
tlmiII \
UII.-I .I 'tlnnmilxew. w hlli Kt tin xnm" .
trit nro unini'tl. niul win .. 'P'"Y' will' ha\i' oil Hi I'.HIII.' MSi '
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tf' t conctntruto all tliilr .ffortH', l\ .i til,la u'I/ ,il tin' \ t\ i'J..H"I st i ,ii .por'- KTH' :t
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I' given point Thin Cot, 'at I will .. ,
'any pm M ,,,,, li 111 h, in \" I itloti fur. b .
havi all tin ifTlrUtict ..r ,aillun IH I I.I 1..1"'
p ,. ..1 rot !1.01'' II ill i"/ "
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". '.. **i-.] )>:\- a Hlnvte. . null. .nut, at I lintne ''h.", ,MI, ,.r tin. in" ". "' l'i-i, i 110'I i \M -..- t
time l I., ..hI. in .\ t \\iih ih, ,III ll,. ..I I.. ,,1\1! h y
I ill w I "I"
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united Infliu'ni,', if nil Plutfili 1"-1'' 110' I'' "In nat' "li '.r Ihli,,,1< i ,11"ni.tI J. A. GOBORN'S : : "
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em behind It It i tin ,haiulli 'inhltlvnnd 1 1j ), ,., .>l I i...1.1 1 who ti <. :
01.I |1'1.| T i in
enrill\il\ "mu' siloni. Ihi. ,'',.n ,,\1. ,,|-1".>|.. Mini. ,,i,, i li". ", :
Rl'lae with I h.' pri'H. nt 11 a IINII.II ta I Ionrompanleii I, ., ,Illllllll, llH ,.I I IMlllKlllH ".t< "< l 1"l lI {.
If niiiHtni\" II. .ill) 1i\ll. .I".. ",..,". I I" II '" ..,,, .,,11.." ..., ,.. i .1\.1,1 .
.. competition ami It .niav IM IOHHII] fur ,. ., . "in" \ .. ,,, I h.i . Iminl, \., ntlxflllllll ,
It to 1'1'0..1..* i ,'tlrion" ltd ofih I :
even onipi foil"
. ,1, llll tll< "I'" i I"ill"NX l Mn1srn LS
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e* l.tlnN'lIn. *, It i K i t >' w a \ \* will I ,"' l 10.> II h. I ll ..ilUnnl, : I".t." .. nl1l-' t
able to deul. fur niori irTtttlx', I Utth ,..1V "1,..,,...1'( ,III H ,III.. f. IIHllllllt\, of thl. .
'thin mo.t Important. of. all. not, lonnthan .... lun
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I I. at all pliuMM.' 11111)1) r' (iien. nt I" 'i.. .
:'I. condition.. -- --- -- --- - BIGGER BETTER THAN EVER. I :' :
FEHTJLJZINII I'I. VNT VNIi" t
8T:; < >| ''KTh THESECBETOFSUCCESSGenuine "" I"...,
I .' NI'IISI'H\"I I .i. ,, .
30 PEOPLE-30 :
Corporiition' ' u 111 almi ". -
....._ \ldljlff lt. own fi J'I Illyiil 'li'ii | )!" >>ii f.
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nurworleii c .iminvTc-<- f"'I " "' Band and Orch stra. : ,.
.*v.. por..I"''''*, rrnte furtotliK ] Merits Required to Win i "' r
', Inn and Ice pluiltH.. "' nr' hnum n .1 : .1; '
pn"'I-1 I EVERYTHING NEW EVEBY SEASON ) '.
I
.iturn c ptantii. nml nhall "n.'" '
other lln.. that Ihi .\.1" thefPeoples! Confidence() ,. ,. ..... 'I' '

deem n c pxHiTtoiii, : .tiny 1'1 H" "' tu Beautiful Scenic Ensemble :;,. .. ..".' fm .
further Its ti n Inti ri ntn ) stni"I Kholdt .. . ) I
'"' '. 't"Pf1J' .I
r.. anil tin. Hill DIIHI htuhlv" r'*" Have/ ever stopped to reason !"" f I
... mun. rall of>'o pronto bunlm. .UK-. l I.. Hi "tlnisouroea why it is you that so many products that "NEPTUNE'S PALACELANDofTHENYADS" i : : 14fa. l'vq. tM .ff.i "Ii.'J} "" .: 1 1r

extensively advertised, all at oncedrop ,:-
PHDI) -'ITS'Th O'I! I ,,

<. projnt uf thu Vi.i .p ,iiiiti,n .. II ., out of siph't and ore soon fonrotu I ,* YOUR GUAHANTtE SEE THE FUNNIEST TRAMP !
dl..trl\1tlt.>"l nnioiiKHt II.Ihllr'h"I: ,', "i The reason is plain-the article .

on a strlctl}. (opmiitiM, ., I>IAMnrlll ThI ,<" did, nil fulfil the promises of the man- s: SEE THE DAINTIEST GIRLS!
bi n fixed. Annual OUIdinil .* ..'ot'k nf icturcr This applies more particu- 'f In presenbng tile Girl and the Tramp
(41) p r ii'nl upon tin (and mmor >
.). The rcmalnlnif ,prutltii or th luilv to a medicine. A medicinal prep- (At the Bottom of the Sea) the See the famous singing and dancing trio, Byers, Mann aadBurdell. .
.; Corporation ( which Atiould. <' >. ,i; . .,. :jU\on that has real curattve valuenlrii we are giving theater-loving public .

":\:- the' rreiit bulk of the prnniH ,will In
_dlJltribvltt ruin arrurdlngc nnioiiK! in IHi tli'. shai\alu i ImliliM,. of H pi tinS ". chi.m system the remedy ia recom- SIX BIG MINSTREL ; U guaranteed first-class: in every way SINGERS-DANCERS-ACTORS '

riolint of "bilHin..KM 1"1'" 'il 'hr'oI"' i.. ..,nded by those who have been henhtcil ,
j Ihi. Corpotntlon\ \ in'li shnttlml.|(.i iI ,. to those who are in need of it. shape and manner, and to any one not SEVEiy-BIG SONG HITS-SEVEN
... yioukh'll, .,!, \\lll. VAUDEVILLE ACTS :
I I. < til" : I IIIIIINKIIflO.Oftw "Take satisfied, their will be refunded
wnrlh' of liiiali'iHti uniuuillv, will A prominent druggist says t money.

.' rrcel\e tivlcw the am >utit,. n' luofltHfrom foi example Ilr Kilmer's Swamp-Root, : Including the I :t at the box office. Mr. Byers, who plays the part of "Happy Jack/* .th., -

who trmnnnotn this nourie. but B*IK Ihi.one SI..Ihoh"ninth. 1 MMnually '". a preparation and I have hesitate sold to for recom-many IMPERIAL. MUSICAL ,HUSSARS I :. "The Girl and the Tramp" is a tried tramp, show unusual capabilities and sways his audience from '
never
In othi. rvn:dw. u li Shir* seaii"
holder rt.c.l\ .a a rertalu *i.iniiint nr rr''nd. for in almost evry ('Rae It shows And the Screaming Farce: and proven success. The past season, the intensity of strong- scenes to bursts of lide-spliftinff'.laughter.. :

profit for larh ilollni'. noilh I uf 'Imniness cxullonl results, as many of my customers I. this same attraction played all the
traimnrtod. hr] him throuOi. Hi, testify No other kidney rem- "PACIFICATING MEXICANNO"Featuring principal cities in the including ; Be sure to see this jingling, jolly, joyful, jollier in "The Girl and!,;
..air-.ncy of this Corporation li thtiln I ,country,
|> not only are the limt it, mnnil. ,* ..' 'dv that I know of has so large a these Merriest Men of Philadelphia PitUburg Louisville I the Tramp." ; Ii
,
capital fullv rerunning ( ..r (..nt. Annual. <]lv4di>.nU) but ..." ..h According to sworn statements and Modern Minstrelsy, : St Louis, Kama* Qty, St Joseph, Des :

illl..rrorl.ft>h reholUi-r. InCludlnK rorelr th tlx.* profltn full vitlui which of verified testimony of thousands who |i CHARLEY CANO and I' : Moinet, ete.,-a. well as seme of the i

,fi: 1"','.'.now met3j -..sro" .to Jb( ; _rlwim-T<.si .' of mtrWI..- of havo Or.used Kilmer's! the preparation Swamp-Root, the success due'to NICODEMUS CLYHN : smaller cities and gave. univenaj satisfaction PRICES Children, 25 Gents, ,

;\i ; ADVANT.AOER. the fact that it fulfils almost every ,I and was greeted by packedbooses Adults 50
!
''* all J*the would advantage. be> "diitleust which to the ..num..rte..'.bllo/h./ wish in overcoming kidney, liver ajid THE GREAT. DIG FUM SHOW.I : everywhere. . - ,- ;Cents. .. .:,
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.tnent.af.Ihi*,Corporation, would .*.-cur. bladder diseases;. corrects urinary e" :

for Florida*. Jo....the. .,. flrst 4>>ac... eohnroducor troubles and neutralises the uric acid CTREBT PARADES 'AND : '

I ;;6'.u"ltI.' ,_;L*'Of eeelv I hi.)* s-|tho..bor fvll and value of hla of' lntat. his. which causes rheumatism. BAND CONCERTS DAILY

,...."''t..d'ap( . In tlti.* .''cond pla which the product Ado
I ttlj '_. 'under Swamp-Root-by Parcels Post.-. :I

.,:,",.. a..'..".y,and'...ble.mark.t.d.,,' 'fhlr",are y,' marfj, dress Or. Kilmer A' Co, Binghamton.N. PRICES -t SO. 7Sc AND .
t. whiefe" .-- lSow ...'otherry Y., and enclose ten cents: aJao men '" : ALSO: :4 REELS'oJ/.OF' GOOD PICTURESF(

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