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 22, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00682
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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a ;if" 1 Belgian Refugee Refrigerator Crates To' Prove 'PoM (" .;,.!.J, "

Here Is a atory of human tragedy, At the regular business meeting of '" +
(cone Which goes to prove that'tragedy the OsceoU Fruit and Truck Grow- + v CoinmbuaGa., Jan 20.;"--The Isidnsy'w

Ii\ aDd romance enter into the lives pfeveryday ers' association last Saturday morning ;sow trial Index says. in,its issue for y this'
men and women exactly .s the subject; of particular interest week: ,
.portrayed In'storybooks. This is the was how to prepare for the marketing "Marked constnctlon;; i Industrial
J i story of a' man-a Belgian-who as a of the strawberry crop. Secretary S. and general business activities in the

":young man, came to American and T. Fansler reported that the Lake But- Yi ar.1 .1. I southeast herald i the' .return' of.proa
,' made a comfortable fortune, then returned ler Refrigerator had agreedto v .
I to his native land where he furnish the necessary company refrigerator I "'Ttere""havs been many '!DON '.anneuncementa -*- '

v lived in peace and plenty up until the. crates and ice for shipping the berriesat in the peat'week'of construction .
:+ \' beginning of the great European war, the reasonable cost of four ceats work done and industrial'.
i 'when almost In a night his home and per quart to the local growers.It plants to' than in any:
P ''property were destroyed, his family week in the put five months., ..There
'scattered and he himself became was urged that all berry growers I has been a'.notable increase a the)
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wandered again fortune-or I ** i tHere past three weeks and the volume, Is .r

Just that a had living smiled--in"on America him ,years the land ago. dition.may mature Pine in straw good, marketable rice straw con-or, -is a new picture of Kiisimmee's'. Volunteer Fie Department.'lhe efficient organization of home boys' who rapidly becoming is being normaL exported,. In' steadlly -'. '

How he came to be in Kiss mmee last muslin were suggested as good mulch- give their time and eervice to the city to help protect its property from damage by fire. Every member of the Increasing quantities, and 'the -
week on the way to his old home in ing material and experienced growers department i it an efficient and fearless fire-fighter and the company has distinguished itself many times. price of cotton 1. now such'that much -:
Pittaburr and how Andre Van der. say that it is absolutely necessary more of'It is being- sold, the' money: ':;;4 j
that this mulching be done, The department under the direction of the present chief. M. A. Fairman. is more thoroughly organized than
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received for it to swell ,the'volume
; of townsmen, '
one our was helping
able to befriend this fellow countryman since the soil is so moist this '. ever in its history. The boys work together harmoniously and the regular Monday night practice runs are developing of drculatlop; ,In many; respects tt

is a part of this interesting. Mason. Unless precaution is taken and strengthening the organization- business I. on a sounder basisf "f
.story. the berries will likely rot. Recently the city council made arrangements for tie firemen to have regular headquarters where they can than in a long time before.. '

Glsss Blower by Trade. All growers are urged also to put meet for conference or a social hour and this aids in keep'ng the boys "pulling together." Headquarters are in the Improvements I Naaieroas.:, .
This man a glass blower by trade, up good packs when snipping. Those "On every hand there are evidences
I [ .aecumnlated a fortune of $18,000 in growers who put up a first class pack Kriss building, corner Broadway and Darlington avenue.In of Improvement. and indications'that. ,
Pittsburg, during a period of four- do not like to have their berries go addition to Chief Fairman. who is appointed by the city council the department ha the following newofficers a season of unusual prosperity la be-.: '

teen years. Glass blowers wages are out with inferior fruit. This is really elected a few days ago: 'Assistant chief Tom Walker; captain John Roberts; lieutenant Albert Huel- ginning. .'
high and this man saved his money the first season that Osceola county E. E. McGee. Buckets is of the social and E.'C Thirty-six corporations have 'been' .
ing $ Lupfer treasurer. Jim president department
secretary am
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,; went back to Belgium with his has had any quantity of berries to ,formed In .the palm week:'with minimum
.to i sons, where he opened up a small ship and by putting up good packs Roberts is vice-president. capital'''stocks aggregating "' 1
". tory and made money. However under the ..ssoci.tion's.seal, a repu- 028b0.,- p
the.ted flames df war seared him In tation can be established immediatelyand "Among.the Items of'COD8trueUoa'works i ,
the same way as it has thousands of good prices obtained for the fruit OOOOO.OOOO.OOOOOO..O to, be' done,',as reported this.* '
liD unfortunate countrymen His factory both important items in influencing TO PREVENT a o DEVELOPING week are', ,7r; '.
; and home were leveled to the growers to cultivate a bigger acreageof BOARD OF TRADE MEETING. + *, i !'Brid,..,-HilUborucn f county; Florida -
ground. His two sons joined the Bel- berries next season. '* ..and"Walker county, Alabama;
. L;claD army and he has been unable Several members of the association The board of trade-has a regular church buildings,' Atlanta Ga, Meridian
to hear of them since that time. Then called attention to the fact of a shortage business meeting scheduled + AcnfFA1t'P. MI..-; dormitory, Natchez,'Miss.|*
"' he walked a distance of 100 miles to in the limestone ordered in car- POTATO SCABCOUNTY for next Monday night at 7:30" factory; Titusv ll., Fla. road ,1
I; reach a daughter who Liege load lots from Ocala. Two or three o'clock in the city hall. A large 0O I Bibb, buildbl"l.bama: school buildings ,
t only to find that she had disappearedafter times the limestone has measured outconslder.bly attendance Is desired. At's 0 Conyers, GaHeidelberg.. Final- '
the. Germans had invaded that shorter than the amount O first meeting in February O la. lark
FARM AGENT B. E. IS. W. MORSEMAN IS CLEARING and Ralford Fla.j' Spartanburg,1 -; t('
city.For all he knows she nay be billed in the car, so the secretary was EVANS. GIVES FORMULA FOR the annual election of officers 1 AND PLANTING BIG PIECE OF 8. C., and school: building to be ,
r ,, dead* as be was unable to get anytrace instructed to write to the company TREATING SEED AS A SAFEGUARD 0 0 occur. O 0 I GROUND ON MAIN ROAD TO ST. remodeled, Charleston"S. C.;:;theater' '
i of" her up until the time he left inquiring into the matter. AGAINST SCAB. CLOUD NEAR .PEG HORN.: building, Bradentown Fla.; paving; '
c pe. From Liege be walked to The committee from the association GirardAla.;,sewers andwaterworkssystems
'Holland made his way across to'Eneland named to select a provisional board The acreage voted to the growing An extensive) piece of farm development Hartwell Gaw; ,, ,and'' *New, t
''' and finally shipped from Ldv-i for' the proposed co-operative society I of Irish potatoes in the immediate : SHOOTERS being' done in the vicinity of Smyrna, Fla.; warehouse.Andalusia. ,., '.f.A..,
..erpoo1'with one.pound in his pocket I reported that' they had 'not at that :vicinity this season will probably exceed . Kisslmmee at this time Is the clearing Ala.) wharf and dock 1 ImproveiaMt. ., . '
I In anjbffort_to reach Pittsburg. where time completed: their work. previous years by a large numbejr of ,.thirty.two'aere., near Peg Horn Mobile, Ala.! Y? M- C,,A-,1'\bulBfc! ',,; ; .:. ;t
, I he\haV fiend-The. boat onf{landed As there .was no'' further' business I of 'acres,' and as 'certain,'ahlp.IIIIIIInts' GET INTO: :COURT station'on the Main road to St. Cloud. Clemson College 8.C.v_ *,-''', ,?>, '. \ '
:: :ed as far as Jamaica, where he the association, adjourned to' meetagainSaturday ! of'the seed:are" coming' from S-W..Morseman,'who owns the prop ;/ ,Industrial Plants. .'f f.Y! 1"Induetrial'pluts'111
almo.t'nothing.. Luckily an 30 at 9:30a. erty recently came to. this section ?
: January scab\ Infected territories; it is advisable ho'.stablfih..
Fe American 'millionaire with his yachtI m. that special precautions be taken Monday was one of the busiest days* from the northwest to make his home " '< .
I I.was in.Kingston harbor and hearing against this disease. in mayor's court for several months I and is planning to have a .model farm ed as follows: V ,? '
r i 1 the' Belgian's story carried him as 'land the fipes and costs paid in by growing: a big variety of thin The "Ice and light'.plants! \ West Palm: ;H
'far as Key West. On reaching Key The scab of potatoes. is a disease I offenders of the law netted the city clearing Is being thoroughly done and Beach Fla.J bucket factory Attalla,
\West he found he had enough money LOCAL DINING ROOMS which !is well 'known to growers, for I $162.50. Of the twelve offenders in I the progress of the work is already Ala.; asbestos pant Charfeston,'' S--
t boat arriving the conspicuous scab pits or spots on .C.; cooperage near Columbia,
-to get to Tampa by court ten were charged with playinga creating much interest among people
t; there with five dollars, which was justabout'enough the surface of the tuber. I game of chance, or in street pa.r-I{I who travel that road frequently. Ala;; ice plant"'Spartanburg.. 8. .C.; '
to bring him as far as RATED HIGH BY STATE The disease i is caused by a soil- I lance "craps." Five of .these were On twenty of the thirty-two acres grain'elevator, Birmingham-' Ala.; ;Yt
Kisslmmee; in fact he got to the Lake i inhabitating bacteria, which once introduced (I white and five roes, all being cleared now velvet beans willbe paint factory, } hydroelectric -
1 House. with thirty-five cents. I into your potato field is cap been rounded in late Saturday night this to the power, plant on, Coosa river tIn
'' f To Begin All Over. I Following.: the visit i i of State Hotel able of living there for a number of planted year prepare Alabama flour and' grist ;.mills C,
the half mohth of land for the of
During ,
j January planting a twenty acre
conversation with someone at Inspector O. G. Husband, who was years (uncertain number). This bac- II Rock 11111, S.C. and Waynesboro..a..,!
| the coffers ,
$207 into city through next Dasheens sweet
came '
1- here official visit last week and teria is brought into field i grove year. potatoes bottling plant Jasper, Ala "
an prin-
learned that on
"the \Lake House he one j your
\ I court fines which is of will
.1 something a !, Jap cane, etc., be put out
.of'hb; countrymen lived here and he I made an inspection of all the hotels cipally through diseased used: stock. I' record for that length of time. of the other cleared groundand "Banks have been 'or nixed at At'tq' ; "
on part
I got in touch with Mr. I and realnurants in the city, the Gray- The disease is not as severe on acid >I __ _---'-- Mr. Morseman is planning to put more, Ala.; Pincers GJU, and Eau. "
|;Immediately(; who entertainednim'foria I stone "tel has received a gold certificate -, as on neutral or alkali noils. out pineapple! and bananas Gallle, Fla." ., '" ',}- .,.,.
tF few days, then sent him I from the state department, The treatment is very simple, cheap ,; NEW HOMES BEING ftlftn. grapes He has considerable more property , i" -......"..,..'-,.-> -,
it'with one-of the ''
minIster crediting being
on to Washington to the Belgian and to out the adjoinln' is being cleared :'
easy carry and grower j juho i ro'r'r
.,., rnttoburg.' ,'.-wha} will see' that he (gets to I I best ing to kept the hotels certificate in the the state. Accord-/, / taking does a not big treat chance the of seed infecting potatoesis the !I I i i BUILT IN KISSIMMEE and further proposes developing.Mr. from. time to time to do, CO-OPERATIVE IDEA *j ., .

t This is sixty-five of rating is ninety-seven per :
man now years
soil. the seed to be
Treating planted '' '
age andis, compelled"to begin life alii I fect, which rating is.based on modern I soil will I I Morseman was formerly a large MEETS APPROVAL :(, -
. "I."cell well screening on infected give unsatisfac I The John M. Lee. residence at the and successful potato grower of/the .
: without one of reladons' v "vp ax as .
0.jr. again i tory results a long rotation of other of and ', '"
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corner Huey Clyde avenue northwest and he will doubtless be
.lie cleanliness and -
is of of food : ,
'' )o help him. He only one care sup; :; '
I theE > numberless victims of the great'warand' comfort. crops Sd becoming stock should disinfected by 1 when is being completed extensively will present remodeledand the just as successful as a Florida farmer. : Dr. J. F. Thompson' 'E;<:G. Vans' z

4, grimly happy that he has I lt The Oravstone is one of a very fewhot..1s [ soaking at least two hours in a ROU-| :1 >arance of an old! colonial home. Agnew and Ambrose ?Ioore, three oft v- ''
; Table to- get back to America, 'I in the state that received so tion of formaldehyde (one pint to apej Heretofore the house has faced on COUNTY COURTCASES the Incorporators -of..the Florida Pro- ,-
wbere,he can have a chance to take high a rating and Klssimmee can well, thirty gallons of water). The. seedn', 'i Huey street, but tbe remodeling is ducers' Co-operative4-association, &lid'j;
i J:hU trade again. While England I, be proud of its.___"tourist__ _hotel. are allowed to dry and then planted 'i 1 being done so as to have the house Cordon Nye, of the Valley Gacette/at-' '
1 fs .doing'nobly In taking care of the n CONTINUEDThe tended a of the St. Cloud, '
as usual, care being exercised that re- face on Clyde avenue. A porch with I Tuesday ;
E BelgiaD-i.refU.f according to his I BROADWAY CAFE GETS infection does'not' take place bofor\ colonial pillars\ extending the full growers on afternoon of this fr
S is not able to SILVER SEAL CERTIFICATE j '
week and
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story, the country pro- seed are planted. height of the two stories of the hous. explained VJ -: ,
I t .tcft;",work for these stricken people B. E. EVANS. I ISTATE will be adde dto the Clyde avenue side I I The January term of county court t
I' |ADd-.1. they can hope for there is to I The Broadway cafe which was also L--. :, while the rooms facing on Huey street adjourned last Saturday morning, ad v a ntages'
4(people inspected by Mr. Husband was given are being made considerably larger. continuing the following cases on the After hearing the addresses and i,
as* the. Belgians .rating of 90 per cent. and awardeda PRISONERS ;. When the remodeling is finished the docket until the next term of court: general discussion participated by if
r being: placed in the position as ob- silver seal certificate. This popular ;I Lee. home promises to be the most CiviL all, the association.'l''unanimously. ,
F Ijects'of charity! and many of them- eating place was given a good imposing residence the city.A Town of St. Cloud vs. Helen K. I endorsed the co-operative) >' Id.... At..ftbe
I endeavoring to get cleanliness but short TRY TO ESCAPE two-weeks hence it '
? I like this) man-are rating on was Drought, damage meeting
[where they can take up the threads of Rome of the modern convenience in. handsome new home going up on E. Ferris is believed that a large number'of 1
Town of St. Cloud G.
I, .t.heIl'Ilfe under conditions that allow the kitchen, Such 'as dishwashing' Clyde avenue belongs to Mrs. J. M. vs. stockholders will be'enrollecl" among1 ,)" .x r ,
them;".a, living. regardless of. the toilhyotved.1 machine, etc which count in the general Two state prisoners, under the care Bryan The house is a two-story' (two Town cases of)St., damages.Cloud vs. J. F. Farfls. growers and prospective growersin.S,;, ;"
' average. Mr. Nidis, manager of! of the Florida Naval Stores and Land structure with many bungalow fea- St. Cloud r -" -f' '

:,," -;,;.,... .' ?' . I the cafe, is endeavoring to keen the company made their escape .from a tures and is to be modern in every damages.H.. W..Whoolery vs. Thomas Drigfrers Many of' the growers and business'lmen ': ' .
+y expenses of his place low enough until turpentine camp at Loughman last detail. of Kisslmmee are already'enrolled u
ORIDA.' :NAVALSTORE he can satisfy the demands for Sunday night but were captured eight. Building activity in the business replevin.The al as stockholders In the''co't., ; '
of Rhoades et
._ I inexpensive "regular" meals. Begin- een hours later by W. C. Robinson district is confined to work on the' case operative'and there is.svery-prospect. < I h ;.,
: ning with today (Friday) he expectsto another state prisoner, after most of War in js block which was resumed this vs.dismissed.In A. E.. Drought for damages was that the organization will grow raP .>*
): IPPLIES BEING MOVED serve three regular- meals a day the searching party had given up finding w \ek.! The exterior of the building is :: dly. [ ."
( instead of just the noon lunch as here- them. The men were tracked sev- finished and it is expected that the interior -. I the case of the Outcult Advertising - -A
4 tofore, and he also intends cuttingthe eral miles through the Reedy Creek will be completed without fur- company vs. the Citizens Bankof CASH REGISTER, ROBBED '
n t. J ing'to: the high watery:following prices of all abort orders, hoping swamp evidently making their way ther delay. .. ; Klssimmee. plaintiff took non-suit. AT ROSS GRAVE'S 8TOBK. '
trains '0 past two, or three that the Increase In patronage will northward, and Robinson found them j In addition to the criminal cases .. 'no
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ka;the Naval Stores and counterbalance the lowering prices.. I camped by a fire waiting for night,to E. .L. LESLEY BUYS .! noted last week as having been -continued Several nirha'"ago{ Rose' (3r v..''
r Dd'' company;'able' to move further" their escape. 'They had (traveled ". BROADWAY PROPERTY until .next term of court the + "..
, aval'stores supplies to market i. NEW CA LE FOR OIL WELL.. : about fifteen miles .from the,, A real estate deal was made several case of the state vs. Lewis O'Neal hardware store on Broadway. en- r. to'tared .
'1' Ming tied up for the'past two camp KVJS '/ ''I IiRobinson.who' 1Mrs i account of no-means of.trans- ,- ''A ''fewtdaysajto, : the>Pennsyivanla: ...'. special trusteeamong"the.prisonershas.won becomes the owner'of' the property' at porarily. the animal of snother.waa ,register.No clue that would lead tea
u, 'Beginning this week then Oil company received A new cable and the the' corner of Broadway, and Posseil I continued.a : _,* A /*the arrest of the thief has been found.; .)$ 4 ,
'dollars 'worth-..of turpentine the drilling off tbe..welLr'which had confidence and respect of.his employ 'avenue. adjoining his Broadway home. ; '. The party; ,who enteed '.the:'store, ,
A .are-berajfi,,brought up the been interupted pending+he':arrival ,ers-by:hicleanconduct; and the aid. and directly",across from the Gray-i Friends hen) rIB be 9Mare.ted't first cut a small-square from. a wI.'S-O! '
,,boat T from -"\ ,company's of the'cable has now been, resumed he gives In keeping order in the camp.]i. stone; hOteL", Kr\'1Aa1er; bought 1 the:t I know 'that: Mr. Graham Fling,;.who dow pane,J'. aII4 '1UIloeked the window"so ,
KissimmeeV. island,',-about with IDenaHd,ricor. 'The new cable AU his associates feel that'be Is the property from, A.E.: Donegan. the usually spends his winters in Klssimi l that, It could' be,rai ed. ,r. NoUaItW 4 ,I' to
K=-t'mjla.south of..the,city, Is thirty-five hundred feet /'whichi victim"of<< a .......-of unfortunate dr>I|'Jonsideratloi*, being''.$ .GOO." This is I raee, has cone into business In PhllsXdelphla 'else has been mlawd'trom'tM-: ......
) 1rII"cam Ber : to i length;: 1st consider' amplelong,,for: the enmstanees rather'. than'a wilful'violator ., the third time Mr.::'Lesley ha.'ownedl I and fs unable to get away so It, is 'supposedftat .the ,,....' .._.
,.. "" ;" of> the ' i ', visit,this l --, 11- ;fO\atter.1..jnoney jawty< '*,' ?e''i'l-'"''>
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l I Oe"e.rat .......u.' .....-.1..1.; ; .. E. R. .Basa. W. 'A/ Drawdy & 1... Bubn THIRTY. MILLION DOLLAR, -, .,I ,i
II "I Flae and forfeiture U..O ka. S. K. Fertlc. H. It 'r''
$omeMoii Kissimmee Kiddies ertlo. W. '
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. .I I'ubjioitrfund-. ',_.....__.__...... 00.0' w.H.. ,J<0ItfleQt1"Arcbie< Lamb. :I. '\A,. I' ; 1J'
,, .fl." -' : Cax'eolleetor'a': IKwna! r.ported CfBerry. R. 'W. Rymea. Peniaran Seltara, .5 :Indianapolis, Ind< -A p tidon' for i ireceiver a 'J

t. S S S S '5' ,"' the foUowlna amouata aolUet Noah Smith. C. A. Beailona. M.. A StallIn for- the' M.,Ruml. '
: y company
J. H. ,
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Randolph Young.
;; 'l'iLciLFLYER:: ecna ed.. general$116.00.llo.: ne '"IM.OO." ,"and .autoi.... Noah Tat..' HI' B Blount I. D. Crosby, a 5 130,000,000 agricultural machinery

& I The taa collector-a poll tax report A. W. Cro.bvJ.. R. Donearan. O. D. manuiacturinff:' concern .' filed., J.D' -
showed $13.00 oolUeted. Davis, J ML. kubanlu, Knnla Eubank. federal court here Tuesday "
\, The tr.a.urei-a report shoWed the' H. .1. Hancock,. W..n.. Nettle, 1>. K. ,. .
: 'L' ; : balance on hand Rauleriion D. P. >Rauleraon> Tulee -'
1j. ,; "", following January 1. .!f' :
A. J., 18113General Rauleraon Mike Simmon B..H. t(. 3O TO .
4EGT4NANm" SEVERAL O. W. Fertlo. W. J. Alderman. J!.uk 5

'. .. P eRs fund ---1.0..1.: Alderman R. H. Alderman, J. T. JUder. ;
f HURTWHEN Fine 'I man D. W. Alderman J, H. Walker ., DICKCRSONPlaater
and forfeiture I
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1 SPECIAL" IS WRECK. school Chandler. J. Chandler.. T.
County ...__.-_...1111 .al ,
L I '.pELANP .JPNCTION.t 1't County road U____?________ u..0( Chandler Chaa. Campbell. .1..: Dur, .. Cypti.a'Lath. P1a. La15 Pa..t
-__- Publicity fund ____h________ 147*4 ranoe.. C. W. Hllllard.: Jno.. Lofton, R L Plaater. .....t.. Fmrtm, Lt.. .,........ ,,
d ; ., : R 8 D, No 1 1.SS7.M J" aiee, C B. Raulerion, R. R. Roberta Brick. Flea Clap and W ........ .
,,, .i> : : : ::::: : L. A. Smith, Bile Sloan. A. U Thompaon ; .. .... aaMl .. '
d,' Fla.-The ''Atlantic toast H H n No I : :::::::: 181.51 O, n. all .. BaiUeUawARTIVICIAIj ... .....
8. ft 'J).. No. 1 In,07 W. Walker. W. M. Walker .1. Ev.rytklag .. ,
1 IJUII'I' N.W York-Tampa special train 8. H I>. No. 4 --u : I.MTST H. Walker.TJ B. F. Walker. H. S TOMB .4.,

t -'; : running: at a, speed .of forty J 4r1 H H n No. I ::::::::::::::: (.I 78 Drl Ruiaa B. K. Bu..., O O. Busaa. R t>. POUCH COLUMNS ..* KUBOTRIO '

4 % tmU.. t>er hour ..wrecked near here 5 ( 8 8 I). No.1 -_ ___, ---___- -_ I 1.70 There.i.L.a M no Whldden.further buatnen to LIUIITInvigorating -I'OLE&C.

SaturdaTaftemOOI' \ ) at 4:80 o'clock Total - --- - ______ _ _ ..$..oil.82 come before w.this. made board and motion for adJournment .,. Mre.dway ... .taM H. Re' I'"'
"Th. duly aeconded.
I was caused by the train . whereupon board adjourned/ r... 1.1.

I. atrikln& l' cow at a 'distance of about The clerk waa Inatrcuted to drawnew Attet: K L. LBSL.HT. - -
,1oOfet: () ''itOrthfb.Land warrant In payment of loan warrant Chairman
,' Junction. No., 4101 and "OS and warrant J, L. OVERaTREHT. Clerk to the Pale and sickh-.
.r 4) ,Tbo. collision threw the animal against for interest on name for four month

/ -' th* twitch ,stand, breaking; the stand The road fund being( short the clerk Eleanora Dose, the well-known Th Old SUnd.rdeae t itrenrtbenliur toaite.OROVU'B .
was, instructed to draw warrant TA8TEtJJ chill. TONIC. dHWeo t "
[ a for
t' and
plittinir: the gwitch. $3.000,00. and a warrant for the Inter- actress, I is to retire at the age of Msl.rta.enrkbe.the blood..Bdb"lld tipOi r_

NThe.IoeomotlvA derailed and "Kt on slams. for four month. said warrant fifty-five years. (eta. A true tonic. For adult and chlldrcaU, MdTM .

t : t thrown diagonally: ] across the track to be drawn In favor of State V
Hunk of KlalmmneThe .
p 1:layingon.:" .' its Ida, and the baggage! -
following; list of name -
wa ae- -
,,, car side-awiped the engine and cap I li-cted from the registered voti'r* of rcl i.ij. .

p 'al&ed.. <,' On. Pullman left the rails but fiKceola count >. la be drawn a* jirtomHfler .

4 :/ : .remained standing suffering no dam .i vi-- belnK fur the placed)'otr. In A. the I ).. Jury IPID : box tom
axe other' than broken window The
I (' I. Alvi>)'. II 'V. Aahton n, M Al- '
w other four cars .of the train left the \ .')' H n Aultman.V H. Arnold. L. PARLOR MARKETKiaaimmee'f

;i rails 'an4 urned; over on their aiduH C' Auntln C!. F, Autln. I J Adnm.
,; bQt .1 I. Beaman. N K, Han.. R T Butler
no damage other than broken
; window N <- Br)'nriV C Run.. null Ban. tV'iv
e' ,resul ted. 11<'11. W J Barber H N. Rl-atton \t
!, :; >.The' casualties\ listed are : A 11 Bell C Ruckle H H Bullock

' "Engineer R. E. Tolar of Jarknonvilla !Pavld A. Ba*... J, A, Barclay Z UBa Leading Meat Market.
I' .*. Howell Baa K P Butler O L.IIron..o" .
i ::., ,narrowly escaped death bv 4-e4e -_ M R A. Bowen K P. Br>'nnP ._ 4 ,

k ',,'clinging to window of cab when the P HH..*. P [I-. RronnnV I Bowin The place where the Meats, Fish and Oyster are always fresh .. I' ....

,, ,.-V) orine turned turtle. Orrtla ThIS. II Han M Breaker Fred M'Gel Ba*,*.W Henry Bent. T.T, and where you get the advantage of the followinf service: : I ;(>!i"

.. : The negro fireman William Simpon H Br>'an. r JII. Breaker J, S, Ilo\d ,

? of Sanford was Keriounly injured Jo, Butler, IfV Bo\ce. J. W'. -_ -- -- ---- .I
'l i II I II Boon Q i, Bnn. J A .
/ & 4 his bead being cut and I IUIM-I"), t' \ Parnon, Jr. B F Cobb, CI <"nr.I ""rr

; and one leg was crushed under l the inllV' J. 8 Carr. A. r <'hnnman H Quick Sales - Small Profits

tender. II. is not expected to li\i Ii: C \\' Pnmphi-ll. W AV (Pamon Hill
,' Baggage Master M K Wilkii.-u.. T'S S ....1010. T I. ('urr) M J Prowdi H Service i
j ,/ S Jacksonville c,,,n\. I w.ti: :11 r . bruise on his arm He made Ins c- i I It <"laH \\' Pobb O N ('om hit. J, ,
ll Plnrk P W I>ann. A l I. Hn\ldHnn
Capo through B hole in the top of the I Phaa Oon.ttnn.: .1. J Imnn li It llalc: P

car. ''J C nibble S \V tJuwnhtlC' K P l >un
.iihury J I. nibble, TV Kllln V R Look at )
C. G. Gaiilncr ioloi"l
( poitoi Fill, B I' Mutton Jnn Ki.vlH It 8 Cash Prices
4 Shoulder broken a"d l mt"rnisl injuries ; P fl H F I.
+ Flovd Funk Tangier. A Kllllhcrt
,,1' will recover. SI 'III I' 1.1 C 11..IV.. 'a.0'... "....,,,... tmt-:...ltla1.:0'011' ''. ,ai. Thr... ....r.. (' \\. lrimn. A. I ) Ulllii-rt, I these Low :

. Y t hllo... ... ...ft. ,. nmtt Mr**. I.. \1. Minx I It 1> (1tee. S K ilarrtnci J. P .. Two women pnssenKern names un- "', H Illlbert I': I. (Jri.,.n. A Wl.untun I' 'l

;v; known slightly scratched about fate - -- I J J (]JrlfTIn. J lBilliard. Good Steak ((21195.---------------------------------- 25e : :
I .J 1 M HnTinell \\ tJ Ilankln, T .IUiv '
.. ?' by flyinjr irlass \% ...Ie) \\ .Milit. In. ,nit Inii4* 5 (55 .
[ .nI S M Plnrk J \Vampbi II. BIJAnrn..k.
( Traffic' : completely !>blocked thei Th.! ) "'I 1. i 1 I. 55 .i'. ,II r..l .IK.t.t .1 S I JI
was -1'
I I 'I S i "s 5 "S 5 "I I .i' ,1. I l"On$ l .I R Bronnon <} P Brounon S
I h. follow. I a \\ HI rn ntn I lo w I it 1'1."Imm. I. 5'5 .1.01.. . f Choice: Cuts Sirloin and Tenderloin (lb.----------------- 20c /
;% paaaengers being transferred around .... 5 55,5 I I h. 'sr" :, \.V 0 Mronnon I-. II Pri>martlcI .
.tI ''f: v the wreck!' Inn four. \,111.Mionl' t.n/hi it* i m r"11 i I'>"K .. lip-- Itol", '" ''I' .I istz il'' 7Dt .1 I H Joint'r. \\' T. Moalv. .F H .T\ Good Roasts (lb.---------------------------------- 12 1.Zc: -f 1 1S
.. t : ' , "I 'is .'I" I "1 .,, 22:; ni, 'r, I. 1* TynonV J. Hr n..on. \\ 1.
I lotitiial ..1..11"1'.. '" "H loii ., DM, ,nilini I. h'' l , 54 s "", \" S ,., , 1, Uronnon John (" 01110"V \\. (Clark Choice Roasts (lb.---------------------------------- 15c I
$ 13, MI i n. "i'ru'' '' ''' ui.h t \
I I'" ". 455i 7 I', \v R l.anb'r. W H banter, V A. LM S 1'
; Proceedings of the I H fMM,,, 'tit tin,,.tit hH II.:t3 1t; .H, tin..' I to. I'. IC ,. I I"'h., .. -.h". 555l I nli., I ) H 1-nnler, P B Iwimlv Karli.nnl 1 S Sausage Meat ((2lbs.-------------------------------- ZSc 3.
< tt < tt 1",10" t r".1 : '
| iIn '
. 'll.s. t ii: I' I: .. 1 [..55I |. >-r. II I. Ovirntnet, F Paularuii Hamburger Steak Zibs.------------------------------ ZSc
hi "h.$ i
n HH nn Is s.iiit.1.l .
pit \\ ,. *
; "hi. i' iss. Tit. T ,, iis,11 \ R. a\ .'.. K<1 Woolen. ohn 1010' *
I ,J \\ 'I"I "Jl"IM,"|"'Oil( III! i ,,!, t I"N .I "d 1 III 1) :', 7 '. riernonN. M \nnnm M Albrltton \\ HOME-MADE Frankfurters and Bolornia (lb.------------ 20e :;.
; County Commissioners i.Inl. ...r omit \ "" "I"M- *. I '.55, J ".'. "s. .1,5, L . .II'H' I II \rnold S I. Batton lien \iV Hutton .
( 'Iniatn. (I.", <. xamlimfi. ...n .t >"".1.l ,,I I I 'I 5 II ss S 1 11 I ,i's.-. rll, s", 1 171 1 ISIS R P Barber nV Barber II I S

-- ;to H.11 I 1\ man, 9 1 <'I (Mi . .,,' .", ".1,' ..s "nI. ..111" 4 .. llarlnr Aaron HH**, Homer Baa. JoN WE KEEP WESTERN MEATS IN STOCK ALL THE TIME B BPORK

,;; r KI..lmm.>... Kin' "" .. :. I 191' : Th. <'\t'rl< pi. a. nil rt I htll r"i ..e i 110 tIiai I .u.'" 5 40 ,')ph Tlasn John C1 Baa. John Barbt.r,
,J .,, ... Tho new l onr,l fir ..u..I' "'"1111 H i 1"1\' < .1450111' I ) nf .NI loutl tin, 11 nl of -iol.- ,. ,,1, rll .t .1 i s", I'is-.. ..2 'n I .1 t. Baxter Bert Baxter, J K HarIn S
: *' alon.,.. In ittxl. tot < IM" ")h,, .'" 1 I it \ h,.l. I '0 i | in n" ,l. iand "I I 'S "..r",1 s ,1 's. u ' .... ,Is.. ., F N Blakf. Warn Barber inn of All Kinds at LOWEST MARKET PRICES. PJI
Florida m<'t on lh.. hov .. dntt. for llntuirpOMt r.., KI in. ,ial l"'t'lion In :N.,5Ttii'i.; i iami 15,5114, "'" II' 44 W Barber T A Courts. Kdwln KameH.
., nnd IrniimirtInsT nft.i din*.uftHiriK th. n<1\ Itinhtlli :'\ It ,1-:51.15;., 'tilts 4'0 nsi.i.., Is.S ,. N I. Kdwardu. P3 K Kdwardn T N
of orKanlKullon.
'1.. such* butne n* mlitht romp l 10"- I of 1.)1 IIIK "anit ho I.OHM, fiiHfd I.i.S '.5. ., U 55 iT .. 2 I Oil Fnrr ny, Kr>'. I* W Farrln J H tAU
fore lh<-tn. lheri. being pr<'n ', ,e IrtlBlvy II V. U..nlr. A K II....., '"IIUIIK. .'. ti. ,i.l.! I h 1, ;i |I"in p 's. >, ,III .ipliHt I I. I I..r. .-ii.,. I I'. ii' 4 "\ 12s m r. Kd (leorne. P \\ (Ooortrlch item
Ttndall.V, K Walkor mmlKnlcitu' ", .I TI.n'l aij", rsal got, 4 25Si 11.1)-It. Walter' Harrl. H 1':. Hedrlckl' J
.:;. and J U. Ovi.rstreet. .\ 'nnhuiutiil' tit I Ion. d. Mi i .1 t's..t t. It tn'st ''n I .I .." " -; 714 .\ Hatch P K HuntRlnirer WalterIde kinds fresh tOe Il
i'I i i 0111 v I IHroiiKht : ( day) lb.-------------------------
S. 't .' 9'S The mwtlnit WIN :III'dk; .. order I.'S I.S l h> aaiI.g. It<. !h"Arot I.. ..Maltlinh' .. II. h..I."n$ ti I-" .,si.idis1' ' .2r. J J. Johnston \V H Klner A every
.s the clerk. and upon motion of .\ .Kn .pi.rnntiif nl, 111 nt., poHt' ..n nil m...I t.iuiern.ra \\ ,\ ."i t ""I. l"'''1 "III. .. ::11 I 2n M Keen <' 11. KI".r.'m' H Mann. Best Oysters (per quart------------------------------ SOc:
1.1,5. % I" Iii. \lII"nn.. "',.'at I.. J T Mann A, W Mann I K Morgan
\ \\nk.r! Mini
I" \ K
S *" Korondcd In thi rountWHN ml $ir
t, vl ,. S I M.* I*. tesIry Was el.'cl.'d, l p,,IIIIHIU, 'nl 1 open| bonrtl and Mittn.. PUNHI .( lot r*. I 1.11- rnn.t gillI 1 rnSisi A I. Morrl J. McKlnxle. K O. Nlcholn Best Pleasant Valley Process Batter_ _____ _ - - _____ __ 35c ,... ;t

;c ;' chairman for I hi- hoard I II.*.i. <.onuitli. .i.HtloiiTh .. y !I.ti C 'ii /iiitnI- 4 67It R II Mullvane P H. OUtlAW. PF We make a specialty" of all kinds of Preface. .We are the local ,
'1 4 Th. of office of the old h..rd l I t ")"In" hal hue for Outlaw. Mike Peterson L. I'eternonMcKlnney I I I
S term *' boa d I I took. t i KM ti "III I I I J "p ,in "..Inlln.. It'l ......1'1 h..".... 374 54I. 1'artln Henry Pnnnr,.lt. F I ,
the < th da of Jan for the famous Sanford This is received fresh
havIng .
on > celery. celery
expired agents : : <
Th. . I
p S ,\. l>,. 1VI6 .!" Appointments hoard met acal In i.I J p nt ill ,,1t'.H 5514 csl 1>,I.1t" In C.. lOOn F H I'ope. BV, Porter Daniel. I'rop- '
e.5AS.. z unr\ .!. therefore offlt( f IN l bet.i: ]pit enl I. 1.FA rio.-, S 'hrl..1 on"H ,11'J ,,- pi r. WV. Partln. J. W IlelfchnelderJ \ day. 1
made by them <> expired I every
- -- ,
The clerk and. ,ti'l). !
milk theneoemnry .Ir.e.tet. 11 Mi 15u.lg 4 Rn K Rowland C Rnthrock, A J Him ?
S S S S the new hoard proceeded, after to reading* opi.n I...... ,'d, the s'-pnrt of AI i r It 1 i.: "T'/i., / ..itrntt. t S f9 50I mon. Lou Sen moil. ..Ja.Y Sage! T .

' the folIOIng appolntmeiim, application. to-wlt EXAn. the farm rtomonatrntion .UK nt1.lInor I I. Ihtizi, ,155. "' ....1 rrt gonit COO II Hummer M H Hchoope. Oncar Him- The only Meat Shop in the city giving ticket for
S ; n from H"II.h'r 14, 1141\4 I.. I 11.-> 55,1-. ..I.i T. I I 'n II hoor Z m. ft 00iIt mon. \\'. P, Tyson H O Thoma of H tuluriterfi
S.4r-4 .. appointment Application' as Janitor of rvmhtr 31. 1914, minihi tnif fil.'.l \\ ltlithe I'i.d 1',110" ".. '.,....1 toIle..s 4 SO5I *. R R. Thomail. M \Varren H. Auto Contest at the Casino.

S \ ou.rthous.1. was rend I In h' 'rorj nrorodlnir of the hoard II I'htstsi, ., . 10)51'. n.... n.,. Warren.. It. Q WldrlK. \..' K Warner -
S S and ordered filed with opnn the :,: A ltttr from l\il II I) ucla t.. i.r..- r'lnn" 10 00II F 1':. William A, K WhaleyRalph .
S t ( twedlnara earn of the hoard S eriitlnit attorney. requesting th*. .5' &ttns-d 4'.. sup tn Ih.. Wilcox I rr :K Warden. 1Iufi.
5 board to appoint a "lce oar Inapt.rlor foi r..1 i .riiig 2t .S Parlnton. Evans. H H .
1\\. 'Application of J. 1':. Hun* for the thirty' dny. wan r"Ad In opi-n Io.nrd .1 \V Th"'JII'HU'', ruITI" and F. W S Hill L. R Loo.V, M Mont The Parlor Market
.IC appointment .. janitor of the rourthouae hut the boat dei'mluHT It th*. dut ol I h..rlnl I "in ii ,,,'rs. IR noE dloca. R. H. Baaa Arnold nan*. J n "I
I '1 4 : was read In open board and same th.' ,hilT( t<. look after tuirh natt'M : I' I' .lrhAnk... supplIes in Jvft-nrd. K. 8 Johnon. H M Katm | ;

S ,' ordered. filed with the proceeding af refused to make the appointmentA ,Ii..l.r fe ret _ _ _ 3 75I Edgar Katm. B Lawson. I. M. Lamb
4 i;;', '.j I the board. petitItTVi for public road running )..... OIl.I Jour".I.1 "( 0''t', 10 cI'''rksd Wm M, L wl I'i*. J. B Lupfer: B B Lin: I

S S 1'.. S Ul>on motion nude and duly secondS west from Massachusetts avenu1. ,Nt .h..111' _ _. __ nnn 10.00O..oIA coIn. '\r\V Miller. B. C. Miller. Emil '
S ,. 'Sl tae board went Into secret aesalon, Cloud. to the county rond ; same to h.. JDllrnlll subscriptions Mach. ark MunKer E A.Ah Nelmeyer.A CALL PHONE :
S ')k4 and after having considered the va- known .. PriirlitfM'nth. Street of >"or'B 'n .lournAI I molt _uu_.___ H Reed. J. H.- Reed, Story C. <
S 5fQ,. rloua appllcatlona. made appointments $ njo"Ar'.r; : read Itt: open board antI Ktsstmmre' Vttile9' lazette.. W. Stute A. W. \Vlnn Ira H. Weath- ,,44. l
S aa follow; Jisseed| .' <' n0iderntljnA .1110.. 4 m.... u___ ____ _____ 188." Wllco r. Q. White Bert
-'S' S tnoi* mo'li"n mad and duly aecbndd i jctftlon; for certain Improvcinonlnon : Mt ('loud Tribtne.. 'sub. <4< "'... 118.11 Arnold. A to.! Baa, LeeBaaa
tiff* public! road fro.n 0... Baa :
'. T_ lU. Farmer was reappointed aa cap running St P"n".lIn. Hellars.road work__ 18.110 c? R. Baia Grant Nat (
_ _ ,. .: ",.5 "t-. tam in nf the guards: and made road minervlaor loud! to Aahton. was rend ... -i;I' nbi.srd. n N'I II.... road work, u 1.50'it's
l tile Sam parsed for fuithi rI'.I. I1sia rnI "urk 4 50liar -
-L9 S << and purchasing rent for the '
S' ( if rAII..nN..I..ry ", 1- road the
__ t S S county of 9t,>0.ft<* Bang month at 1'rton same miitlonmade salary. I. hurxl! ttf l.*.w' in O'HP\'an. w' It I.J h (.m ii.t511..T, "n H"I' ''o".t .rs.Iiu, 43 DO
nr .
\\ Mlllei and 5' 1' lie tl-w. r
e. and duly rondeil < l. \\ Aahoiuti. I Ito" A" .ur "'ullnn flisa k .II. Mills.SUfipli's \ .
tl . was t>xntnlnid and ""1"""\ ,'d *il-o m ti "',....I "an" 73 fin
S ...'I..t. .n..r..1 .
5 h of Ca rnua.rer I' tnrhond of John II UulMtl." i, \\ It I.. 1..1.... Ii, siLt $.i... "n. it. In lb.r.l ." I!
the county team and the
S irrndjof ]. I.; It |II..HH and. K I'" Sail UN .,o : it,. s sr.ssi 750S.s'I 'i
'y 171,00 the roadn.month nl. tin. ami' ..nlnry .r :) It..n..r. i l'b",,,, ,,11 un sisi'ris'' ii'lent 1 1"'HrtO'' a ,"' '' '''I 5100I A Real Opportunity to Make (
S t S per of ,puhltr' I 1..lru..llolI .if H.' ..1 1ji. ... ,, 1 i'II'M, I' fl,554tit '400I.
5k. S ;.,.) "n'ifX.nlIf' "I'itd** a..i l diil\: ; n":'- I:I "OUII". with ::11-1'1. and .1 I Z ttol>- !I. II tei flu Ill- hI . 3000t
,, wtn'annoinieil ("THOIl R(* Mil i'll U '1 '.5115 .XHIUIO, .1 l .i. till I. I. I" ,'u frlalst" 7 35JI
S J. superintendent the iioor' farm ..t I .tpi.,..\..... I I n..I0.:'. r ....n".II."H' I 10 no
_ ? 1 It the ..nm.- ".llIn..f. moontTpon ....r ,,. |I Th. .follow, IIIK .*oi"t little f i it, I 1"1" II" V. ,is In.If' C iiOM. I I.. 1111n' \ IIII Money Right Here at
i S "i"oii 111,d. .. nrt flu'li.". i I rSL J.'I.' I .*. of. II h,.. i.e..'iit* i ourt 5 Is t ', "S .i ij "51 ::0.(51 HO ".,"HI fit) I'
J F "Hiian w;HH ri'''r in"olnt.I 'd na J Jnnlioinf :. j'I 1111 d nntl! approil 10.,1\\ ,"it ii.- ..I I St tI. I II'tit k! I":" n 1 nit, I I" I'll t I
l ; h". clitiiot'!*' "I th. aiiitu KililOf 1 FI.I.. i s. Mm \\' hittM. ,> of I/1 1 "t Ida It 'I Cr, 'st N.. H"a 3 tlnO) 00I '-;
f 61 OH ,' moi > h I I MId Vaiivhn 4tllf .r KI 1. .. .
p r I I I' n it 'il" tj II" S I It"I< S'n' .. I 5,15 Ti 'l'l
f2s SS ,' fpoll mol'oti' ",",le mill il'll\i a, omled ,j \ H .Krnt,Nl \\ UllivmK, **t I".r 'I, ir.t.i ".. 4611 I iiii' 4 6.13 I 555 on Kissimmee \
I the printing HI".r Hie rl'I: ..| ii<'nt tin "N. i i IC V.iii.g 1<1..1., ..r "l'l.rII.. s 'i I. II", .. I 10." n 4 ,io.a 3 "On 110
-5".', Hal 1 ror lair, a. <"oui i In' rln of I Mark HmnllShillffH Si.t it..tsk 1111 .UI I.." " ,\I' .
S the 1."I..lnl"!' ..I I lilli 1 \\IIH uUin' ,I.. I.s'id 1.III..r ptinomih. f"t. r"nl ".. r.279 '000I. :
Si,; th.' o- -....'" .1,111111,. S 1 it.11.mlu*' wa" *'xnnl.l and "I'.r..1, i I. 1\ 'Itn' ''''lfll .t I ".uriat 100 ZI S
g; fp.>.i "'0' I ''SflO .i* .s.'il .lul\I ..1 ..1ect ..In.. ri,POI't of 11 *,iiii,tit i, in II hi. utMt- .1 I. II". i-st i-....1 1'0'1f' .....1 29 14I.
I, ._. '; all ..I h... ....Intl"" with, w 1.1-I h II,. auditor, I. 1\\ !flr5lil., r..1 ..r. i.ria U2 MOI" There are today over two thousand successful Maxwell dealers scattered
S S 5 hoard hnF I.. ili ""..a siR in lo I II In. Kin I '11"*- follow INK liiUK. a ,'r- xamim'ila II I"" . .is I-tc.. .r Jail 160 j.
.. .... V''ev' I7i iflt- .. ..d ver the United States Two thousand live men who are making a good clean .
rr : "' till, ox itrid u n v-I t n i"IH orol'r..1 sir i it w n J i..islisii.. . litre of "lAt. ,'CH'h. -
-c 5., motion nlnili' nriil dulan .ondon It .
to-w .
Upon, .
I rtr 71
.n. '
S. -s \ ".\ th. itoard A..I I I 0 .. I It mi ifoi tin. ii profit for every day of the year and building a business future for themselves S
S S ...10..1"....... t.. the i.i.. r.. I Iwo I I.: I I'. I 1..1. i ommlrtNloiMT $ 4 <*") "..Ir sssrraia' w..,'.. ..r"-r..., \
/ m"t1sa n' 'h H'"'''' ,Irter U \' l.anl i-. " I 10.1 Fs'.ni' 'h. s usrI..ii fusda an r.ron..I.1 one that will be a permanently established business.
, $,, 't C "he9...r." ..r 'h.' ,,'I..u.. "'.i.ottiis' ,, > .K ItaMH and mil.< >fittP a iii'I I
S S officer M,,a 'iX. .1 U.s the month I.. ....I I IS < >. 1II". .... om and, mil. fl'X' 1'1 -- --- -- --- '.;
otl"1wl'h i' 1 Ih. 151. naun' ..r th.S \\ I I"* \\ itlKvr eli",, and nillt. 2" isis MaxwrH dealer at Alta Vista Kami. population 499 Bold 6 Maxwella
S 10"" "" .I I.: t tn MM. lanitni ro tn In November '
: t S . 1\Ir '" S "" al It r. er, .""' 1,, .. I i \v .1 I 1 M.'A t *;, Mltortnlolill \ -M, .4 THESECRETOFSUCCESS \\f
,_';,, S 'h... '1 I r.' n ..n' a i'''. r..IStI , IMl\ln ..u lt I IHMH fiirmI fill mi Maxwell dealer at Chapman. KaniK, population 781.. Hold 9 Maxwellain I
S L h..fnilj.: ...,. ..I It :;:: :: 't. 5Ao C :. II. i I M, M .It ph JU fouitT 2!% Mil September 6 in November.
?.5 S. 4 S ( Inc them p.,. ......It,. for the ...... "" r..1 I M :M 'ittih\'. J ,".hr.' 'u's ,,ii.. rt I II 111 i !,
;', 8-k'- w..rl 1\Ir 11'1. "I I h.. I the 1 I II I I' OelRer print nttorn') \\ 13 Genuine Merits Required to Win The dealer at Gaylord. Kans.. population 308 sold 7 Maxwells in f
':J *'st. .i to,.. .... e- ",. ". IC' tS \ \'n.I' Ftc nl ( I I. oxeiHtnit 1..l'i. 'k "nuilltoiKlfslinni t'sitI") November, 10 In October and 10 in September. I'j
'. t- S *' bieh . I .. l's.. "i..i' ita ,' I .. T..t! <*'i ')>ht.n.- r"-111 -, "III7R "I
r Inia: ', r 17.'ci, ;I.."" lb. .. night a. ;hit I I -.5'- Smhtori, ..u.1 road tiCI the Peoples Confidence Our dealer at Wilaon. Kana.. population 981, sold 12 Maxwells in 4

,5 CCII ......... .".. ,vUi\ .1.. I. I ll.l'nnii.-r, < nnt Kuariln 'Hi, i's' November 12 in October and 6 in September. '. I
,r ? ...... nst'"n "n.I' o.I .1". k.- I *:ijinjt Kinn: ma Inti.?mnt.tMi '. :545: f')

I ;.' 0.'i' 41 ?he r"1 I 1",1 .. 'ni t ii. -\1\ I ..m':\ilrt I,*.M In. miilnletiHnrrII l's Have ever stopped to reasonwhy The dealer at Attica, Kans., population 737. Mold 6 Maxwells in November. ( -s ;;' i
; ; S ( was de'.I' ..oi to a"" I. Ih.I I 1,1 ip, us I is. I P K\ant... faim item nK*'nt 12Mil f.III" you October and 14 in r
,.s,5*_ ..".."...... or .." e......." ." I \\' ( rIITIII"Up-"H. 2 1 I"7n it is that so many products that I 7 in September. ;
.7 . .. ... .... ,. .. .. . .. ,. .... I .
4' ,10 1 .II h. I"KlHHllKlll p \\nl.l' & I.lKllt are extensively advertised all at once Our dealer at Enid Okla... population 13.800, wild 8 Maxwells in : j
/\S m.nta, a-il h"lng dir".."...1 of ..II h"I I I.hint until 3 mo tights I 5"7 S
i.S . . drop out of sight and are soon forgot- November 9 in October and 8 In September. r'l'
S I',5 hfor h. 0 '''Jo''rn'd In net I" II Ilillliuk J |> lont J "rt III 34 I
";'. I.. ... 1I'"<'.r ." ....... .... Ih.. IIr..1 .Ia SL 0'FrllAr i 11 Indium ,'i..., j p court "7 i ten The reason is plain-the article I Maxwell dealer at Helena Okla.. population 760. sold 5 Maxwell in .,

)'. ,\. P. IqlI..t Hull .h'niim: I Not"o did not fulfil the promises of the manufacturer No..mbttr..nd 5 in September. .
SM-' ,\ I';. I. I.\.F.Y. nlltll laS 17 i IiIV .
-,'; I' ('lntrtnr I I I KKK: ragitsras A llclil.. li.';k..r I mi: : This applies more particu- The dealer at Klowa. Kana.. population 1520. Hold 6 Maxwell inNovember "
J. t._ O\"I'foJT"I"I-r.! i'tr, k II :II| Inn *. in. .41 to i'taI! scans 4 i 5'" larly to a medicine. A medicinal prep-
C Tli M, .' \\ II !I' I'., 6 in October and 13 In September.
S% - -- -- \ tw aration that has real curative value
S 'cIaI'i.r., I'll, 1.. ... 4 1915 r. i.1 of l,t I foi <." tuilirM .. .1 SJ .
_ 5; ...... ...... -4 e- C....... C......fl'at I'.... I.. I II "a:il I" \ rust I In ,.".... of almost sells itself as like an endless Hundreds of cases where Maxwell dealers in territory where population .
......... ... ... 4.C chain the is
S pt ( .rev's S I .1' 1< \\ n l 11 it 11 u \ n 13 miZtJ system remedy recom

0" ... r".4 .. .h4'. I.."...'".".' h..I.. ,' I l.lxli. u r F t I. I h,4. 1 V irs in* I r.; ""
S 4, rr..n' .9< O' T".. t I' It hAre \V I,' I .I N l.iinl, .rainl ss ill..1 i to 5'" to those who are in need of It. could be done. We could: cite indefinitely similar cases big sales big .
.. .. . ... .. : ; profits. :
ii14f' SI5 r.'a-- . s' \V I 't.-Ia Js"lt.- I 7 :. A prominent druggist says "Take
4 ,. S ........1. flItsreCs' ,,,,..1 .J U I. 4 ,, I \\' l c I. Ill, 0 *'" ti", .... r.. .1.1K for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root A wonderful demand for a truly wonderful car. V., .
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'S S C, -".. ......,... a 0' thI"at r. .rlnr on.'t- \I\; t' it. ii '" ""1'1.. S ...'.1 a preparation I have sold for many You do the tIaia With like the
can: same ( a car Maxwell which has
_ S to". ef II,.. 1.,1 ", t 1"0,1 ",,,I .." so. I nui : I'it )'a. ID and never hesitate to recom-
I ........n". .. St i A/ es q.; .. " mul.' r nl : hi i world. '
I - A .... _.. ,-..... hI' I..... r1 ..f I r'.1 S I 1,1"1", ,. I".t" riHIll KKI1Utotul 3 fill; m..tI.1 for in almost evry ca&* it shows caused a sensation over the entire The car: that has set a new standard

tt4 'is ... ,"...... .''' .-, "-.t"..S f 'j. .-.. I 5' .. "1 ,. ,....... 4 ..... .u"plI In excellent\ resulta, as many of my customers automobile value standard of
II .1; I'.. of -a new power, economy: beauty riding .
S 1. t 9. J'roat T' H 0\111 .nd Kiinvi i I"fi uXS truMfy No other kidney remedy easy ,
4 pode : .. .' ii. h,,'.,.... h.. I..,e r.1 .s ..sI i ,-* i Ulinrd II.k.
.... ent' . ,. : .k..r : : that I know of has soSarg-e a flexibility and simplicity of operati_. A full five-passenger with .
S s '7' "I" Ih,, .k . . .. .. .. .,O, ..., SMi' **t n road work 4 K/ car seventeen ".
S .14'0 h "u.9'e"s '."d t. e i' U Slmpjon vuardmi _ , xe mi sale. S
4;. ,,.good :4vta..:, ,h-s dr. r"- ;.. '.. Itorir. iruad .- IS IMIan .. AcoorJmgr to sworn statements! and new features at $695. ,,:
:' I t'.14Iint s..4 se'.I .. \v t"I... rt. guard 'n.. ._ i3H ... .,
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h'd: : ; \. :. testimony of thousand who
,. Ih.r'SI. 00. tIm. 1. I' I1 "'01*. Kimrd _ ._ _. _ nil HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU THAT WILL
... . REMAIN OPEN ".
..Idd 1hc, Were entitled 9,. . ." Thnmna flailet. bnrb convict tOss hays used the preparation, the success "

? 5' 5"ootl" n,. hd. I.. 'or..,. d II,. tsrdelr. Young auppllia 'n of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root I* due to BUT A SHORT TIME. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED CALL '
; COll1mIU_' that the nuhilcIty' f"cd ....-- road iranic .._ _.. . ,_ _. 11,1141 WRITE OR j <, :
S 45li 'hot .ay.t.bM ....11..,'.." ..".. wn..... Roh r> H."... haullnw frrt tu the fact that it fulfils almost every "

_ ;; IIOt' be .Coro tit. ,.'et of '.rl'. th....... poor farm -__-_____. .u ___ Itt 041 wish in overcoming kidney liver and PHONE. / -.. S.
i &, to" th..r' It .1nwtse to resk.t Robert ft.... haul for countr 77,041 bladder diseases corrects urinary 4 T' *
S a dtstrIbUtiON ot _16 fund .t tha A. B Vanoo' ludary record co. '.(I *T* "
__ eat tlm. tou' "fl1"d them that -.1' Judge _-'_____,.._______--_ 11.00 S troubles and neutralizes the uric acid J \
p(.S __ '*t ''W.. ....n..I.' thee wostid ,tee 5.' L. R. Farmer amt pd. for meatS which causes rheumatism. .

r .. 5t" pta_ tt-wher. If would Itrl"lr the heat S for road. sang _..._...\ __... t u You may receive a sample bottle of : "
w .-5 alts-fer 1".'_..''': saId committee she Co.,. 10 lis. I : C. E. BEL OA r E DIstrIct Representative:
Parcels ,
Swamp-Root by Post. Ad-
L 'lICn.s' .b. oootnu-. .5 floor oil'i.S,We .
; 5r'r. t.. ..nrk.thIL..KIa.'mm..I.. dress 1>1'; Kilmer A Co... Bmrhamton .
lltC 203Blsbeo
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'''FRIDAY;' ''.JANUARY: ' '' ''22, 'itis: Y T"E'' 'KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY "' CA2ETTI' < ,!'. 4 "" .! .:

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'fVed 'Old, :' .'. o'. '.... .',f'.o *j:: '' O..O.OO.. ... .OO.,.. O.O. . \';, DISORDERS.COMB -- lllltl."l', ." -,
Don't ' : 'SPRING ,ST'LEHINT.:, 4 _' -THE LIVEK .r : .. ,
SMART VELVET. GOWN.' 0. WEDDING" ' ANNIVERSARIES.First ..,> ./.! ... .. . . ., . . .'-:. ., . ., ,THE' COLOR SCHEME.. *' i. Are You Just at Odds' with Yoorae "? '
? fen . . . . . . . .' :1 .
; -Mrs. Alsop's.; I r I 1 I I 1 Do,Yed RegvlaU MrlagT' ,t
Whit' t
n '' Phgturcsque Model| [Suitable;;; *' ...,,..._,.,'.....,..,,i Cotton:" . *' OutinGowe' i <*,,. .. .. . . . .. . . .. onetime at"'odds' \ ""t' ;,

, tee1. ;Aduicel, ,ion\ Girls( For Card Parties or' Teas.VXLVCT . Second ,u-,.__:-.......-.. Paper. ... 'Severely tailored, Lines,, .. All ''r day'1 wear :arsub; )'Ourseliand with the world Do I;,'i:7< .
I 0 Third _. Leather
,I ? ,? ? < ...,....---- :-'- -- 7" dued.V __ -r ' wonder what ails yon f True you :or M .)
Fourth . Fruit and Flower
e.'Yoi-k'-"An7. : wisnes oJt and '
irl be ,
that Rose ffayorita'colorj eating regularly J I"i
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? 0 Fifth __________ ., Wooden:> 1 aleerlng. '
Yet is the t 'z : But something
'to old man''darling. ,
an for If I 0 Sixth _.__________..?.- Sugar 0 : A lovely: bronze, green, 1* among the i patton Headache Nervousness' and "' ,
not .
am "
1.., ''free anymore, me.will be ever Seventh _____h__..___'- Woolen favorite shades. '. Bilious Spells,Indicate 'a Sluggish'Llv.r ,
wed it
f, who will again, helpmeet a young Eighth ________h India Rubber Burnt green l Is'one.. of the . Th tried remedy U Dr., King-. ,;to
man appreciate a
"I. Ninth ____uh_____r Willow. toneL. New Life. Pills.Only 2k at, -' .
to : your
'and.not flower
': d merely a wear. k3A.d.a Tenth hUU_______:I__ Tin'* Dark green t la firmly establishedamong Druggist Buclden's Arnica Salve for- '

; ,r_ 'men I know over sixty want II' O Eleventh __u___,________ Steel VV staple colors. Skin Eruption? .. '.
I'Mo.t: ,to puma woman in a glass case'and 0 Twelfth ____uuu..:_____ Linen 5oa The all .white frock continues }Its V J 'I L. "

.'I keep her only for, his selfish companionship Thirteenth ...i__________ Lace popularity for evening. '. A' cableway'wfll' soon 'span :th. NI.1. .

iI ; A girl roust have company- Fourteenth ________h__- Ivory: Dark blue and seal brown Is a modish agara river. ,at''the whirlpool.., '" ?,

I". young company-and that was my Fifteenth _____________ Crystal O comblna on. .. .
''trouble I did not have it." Twentieth ..____________- China'* The all black frock with an artistic: ; -

I..f l 'So'spoke Mrs. Effie Pope Hill Alsop Twenty-fifth _______u___ Silver dash of color i* fashionable. Get Your fresh Fat

,: wife of the aged Washington millionaire 4 Thirtieth _____n___ _____ Pearl O Navy blue and brown and green 'are ., ,

Edward R. Alsop, whom she issuing a Fprtieth __u_____?______ Ruby 0 in great favor. Among light colon
If- in supreme court for separation Fiftieth -______________ Golden and and putty: are chosen. APAlACHICpLAOysters { {
'because of his alleged cruelty in making Seventy-fifth _, _____ Diamond Black. and white combinations 'and
"a, hothouse flower" of her. The a' 1Jdas soft rich color are in favor for afternoon
1. beautiful Georgia is not quite tt..OOOOOO..Ot.O.OOOO O F postumes.Brown :
ofJ. Her husband .e is fashionable but to be
'!."' I twenty-two years PUTTING ON GLOVES.The ; : :
I* in his seVenty-sixth year. correct the brown must be dull. ,Dark ; ,rM

:\- She talked in the office of her law- Way This U Done Will Affect brown shoes and gossamer hose of

L.: i Harry N. Steinneld, at No. 27Cedar Their Wearing Qualities. brown silk are worn with frock. ofalmost *- -ATTHE: '. ,
:;.0.1 before her departure any color.
$"t street
,. San Francisco. Upon her Gloves are an exepnsive item of -
'" :, arrival in California Mn. .AllOp is to dress especially for the business Sicily last year produced 124,080,869<< : (Cafe'
'1. ranch she woman. The drawing on an off of gallons of wine. Broadway ..
live on a says.
; the girls three or four times a day .:
;\ "Then you do not believe that young causes greater havoc than the actual .
f'I'; girl. should mate with_ aged men, wear that they get while on the hands. Thousands TRY of people keep on suffering i yon buyApay.ehloo1aOy.te. *,
!!I) she was asked."I To minimize the strain gloves should I
; with Neuralgia because they do
i ''ellptUa.Ii
offer myself as exhibit A," she always be "coaxed" on, finger by not know what to do for it. Neuralgia here you sure < -

,. replied. "Mr. Alsop has pursued met .finger, thumb and hand. ;k4ctMc is a pain in the nerves. What yon good, .whole*****, '..atragtb-gi.lag'
;" since I was fifteen years old. We A finger twisted when the glove is want tt> do is to soothe the nerve It- Oysters direct from ;salt rwatel'. w. ;A
". wed when I was eighteen. I have first will invariably remain ., ' ',
were I put on ena. self. Apply Sloan' Liniment to the are prepared to .supply..yo ,to'ayqaantlty ,
I' had no fun in my life and I am broke. twisted until the glove is worn out. kaJ 1 surface over the painful part-do not .by.' th ;
-plats, .quarts. or *
Vi e, I think that is the answer to. whether A hasty jerk or an impatient-">ush between '' ',,* I rr rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetratesvery ; l
''a young girl should wed a man so I the fingers will often result in ., 3' II quickly to the ION. irritatednerve gallon. Why not son. for supper tee;' t
r much older than herself. an unsightly unmendable tear that is ? ; .' and allays the inflammation. tight? -
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''j} "If she is satisfied to be worn as not the fault of the kid. ,::,: ti Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for '

a nose and then cast aside like a When gloves are removed the top +.>! 25 cents of any: druggist and have it : Direct Shipment.Receired. Daily'r , .i
should be turned back the hand in the house Colds Sore and .
1 glove that has seen its day and for over -against ,
:s- which there is no further use-alright. i to the fingers then back and fingers r ) Swollen Joints Lumbago, Sciatica and The Broadway Cafe: {

But the average girl wants to dance, 4.i should be firmly grasped and the like ailments. Your money back if
and sing and be happy. It is her glove gently drawn off. When turned not satisfied but it does give almost PHONB 1- :. s C- ,-*,>., ..
..: instant relieif. t ,"
right. back to normal position the glove ::
-' ;: should be 'v"
:.__ "Mr. Alsop did not even wish me pulled "
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<< oftj" What Do With Piano Stools. rile
to' laugh with my feet-tango, I mean to "
Discarded stools and C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. ,
-or to go anywhere with persons as piano every Secretary
J as myself. He was insanely orv ought to discard them and use '" R d
young ,, .. KHITK UABAUU1NB OOWX. l'
femlous and wished me to associate 'CO either a piano bench or chair-are .
nly-ithhimself or friends of his just the thing for the bathroom. Theycan Tbe attractive outing suit picturedhere r f

own age. A1TTBRHOOW OOWM. be so easily enameled any color Is fnshloned of white gabardine. The Waters & i:

'e "There are cruelties that hurt worse far the afternoon card party or tea and, with a bath towel placed on top, Tbe effect I Is qultq tailored the skirt CansM ,

t than blows. And I believe that being the gown pictured here Is a charming read to unfold when one wants a being: pin In nnd short and the Jacket .

&ii tied to a person who only appreciates and modish one. It Is of blue-green velvet comfortable dressing !peat, will be belted and nf hip length. The patch \f' : 1 ': .

'. your prettiness and not your real self and black satin with a graduated found quite as useful as ornamentalin pockets lire finished with crescent :'a ,
the room. They are really better Comp-.ali. .y .
** )ne of them. What could be more Uer skirt of accordion plaiting. Tbe BhniK'il /flaps. nod the collnr and cuff Grocery ; .
than the regular bathroom stools sold
'i heart? What is \ ,,
starved '
r' 'oel than a ,
life when bolero Jacket Is of velvet Tbe wide in stores because they may be adjusted arc of white uncut 'eln't.Vhlle designed t I _,
," worse than a lonely ? your hip sash Is laced at tbe front with cord. to any height to suit the com- fx>r wear nt oue of tbe southern \'j'I.hrr"., ."

_" very soul cries out for gaiety fort of the user.WOlkfEN'S. winter ro>H rt", the suit may quite suitably ...' ....,. .... ,/''8
i CJtfy husband was affection itself. be worn later slnfe in Its chief '. "'11"", \". .' .' '
not all l.1"
} Put and affection are OOOOOOO" ." CHILDREN'S HATS. 4 a features It anticipates/ spring' and summer : : i ,1't-

??*> Mr. -Alsop will have to amend her 4 4 ACTIVITIES. a modes. Wholesale and Retail Dealer la. : c; *...\ ';; ," ),!
action to Pretty Modl That Will Bsoom Almost 4 "
complaint in the separation _
P ef her Any Little Girl. -AA- -- -- -- A--A-- ---- ;,
; 4 comply with the right spelling LAVISH USE OF LACE. GROCERIES t.t ,
..husband's name. In the papers she The children's bats Illustrated here Women are now allowed to register _
pell* the name "Alsopp" and her at- are of natural colored chip straw. One af members of the American Athletic There is a wide. .use of metal laces. 4if' ; t(;;.. r he ,i. .'

j' !I'torney stated that she either became hat consists of a round crown with a Union, but the concession applies onlyto .. ,. ,
Metal laces used extensively .
for ,
.. Y absentminded in spelling it to him or narrow drooping brim tbe edge flnlahCHIP swimming. are -- at

"j his stenographer added one too many bodices and sleeves.. . . . 0 . lh . 1 . .. .-....1. .'. .-.'..... '- .

: letters in the name. In Japan a woman has no particular Two-tone net tops are the : .\ ' '. I' .
I ,' lord, but must look to her husband asher among .: ) .1 . .
,1 .' most fashionable laces. WE SELL "'WBBUT, ,..i) ''if. .rv; .J.;.
t :>.... .00.. oOto 0.0 Of 000 oo lord and must serve him with all .' HAY '*, ... .,f,. \ ',* l' + ;1\4i\'
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>'".' ," worship and reverence.. . Net top lace with hand run designs + IDES," \ :i'I
HYGIENE. 4t GRAIN. '*' + -I .1" t.?:'
be used. ,
likely to much
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: Nellie Bly who made quite a reputation ,'.. ;
fsV e 'f. .+ FURS. ;t-; .
t' '. .!. ....OO.. O..o..OOOO.OOOO by her. eighty-day trip around Costumes of white net or lace are ; \raRiiuzERs.x.iAi-/. :! ; : ..*;:<, i'++. >. I'" ''' '" ,>' .. ,
the world, is. acting as a war ' '
ROW ? t '' L" ::
fWhy protect the pig and forget the correspondent i in northern France. trimmed with ornaments jet. >.!: '. [ ,
!t'children f 7 Senator Owen Oklahoma. : SHINGLES o '1,', ; .ft
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z I The Japanese wife can now be- Overdresses of lace hanging .. ,+,
i!/If' ;'Decaying teeth make the mouth foul come head of the house, a direct contrast straight from the shoulders and fringed ORANGE BOXES. AND J;..
I' make repulsive to your neighbor with beads the .
you to the laws which were in vogueIn are among new ,
olden times in that fashion features. ,
: country.
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'{; The juice of a lemon in hot water VEGETABLE: CRATES + COUNTRY C. _
\ r The Girls' Guides of England are A very dashing novelty is a !void 1'.
, '<<>n awakening in the morning is an proving to be of much value to the lace with the flower pattern in so light '. '

i' /excellent liver corrective and for government, since they are making a silver as to look white. CRATE NAILS, PRODUCE.: .
.( Stout women. is said to be a flesh re- quilts for the soldiers at the front. ,+ .

,r'dncer.. . Wide black chantilly and fillet lace . . . . . ., ., ., .. .- .. ., *">11 *->.. ., 4.>.. .. +. 111111[,.'" f r.'
ems Mrs. Victor Morawetz of New York t" '
l ''"With simple habits, plain food, and city is paying all the expenses abroadof are and for full-skirted mounted tunics taffeta, flounces but We sell field and garden seed of all kinds. % rs.; .

t 'no,. stimulants as our aim we will Miss Sarah T. Lawrence, who has made are from over the foundation., We give special attention to fill ag oat hunting and camping partis*..' '
'have' fewer obstacles to meet and volunteered her services as a nurse separate, Fr. delivery In city Units. Phon e<
overcome rind promise of a more in the American hospital in Paris. We are county agent for good f erUUcer Ask as for eircalar.mst4,},:,, : '
j' Mi'l61'ltfe'r"! - pr ices on fertUiul'L' "_'. I "

. -- Lady Auckland is probably the first ;..=..;.
-T not' cut the cuticle about the |
t. > >o OJiL8' For
the Great American
JU.T8ed woman to cross Children
I" ;, 'iba.ottlu"ail.; but dip the pointed desert on a motorcycle she having ,. , .. Y FVVVV
} wood stick in lemon with ahirred brown with a
t- of an orange ribbon arrived recently in Lo Angeles from
'.''juice and push it back until the half. trimming of tbe ribbon in butterfly Denver accompanied by* her son. '* '' :

i moon shows evenly. bows around the cro-win. in which are . A w. Girl's Idea of a Stanford's Stanford'sWomen's {
Although she is eighty-two of .
worrying caught clusters of small, flowers. Tbe years Valentine/ For Pao.
r tjRemember that by you
Mrs. Warren Johnson of Mount
r ,lines in face faster other hat is a rolling brimmed sailor, age
;/ engrave your Pleasant, Mich., Is still acting as a
> and with a simple trimming of blue satin ; ,
tY them .
,than'skill can remove you news reporter.. She is the oldest .V; :" off.
may.become positively ill and hag- ribbon and tiny yellow flower bud
! j' newspaper woman in Michigan and
nrd by brooding. These charming model for spring in the United States. :r"
. probably
' 1 be .
wear are expected to quIte popular and Children's, .
. i\ "Milk tould be delivered to quarantined .: >
.* for small girl. Clubwomen in Portland Ore., are t
ii premises in receptacles supporting a bill which will be presented
f should remain open upon the premises FOR DANCING. to the next legislature that will ReadytoWear Dresses.
until -quarantine is terminated by the PETTICOATS make it compulsory for courts to appoint
:,1 4 ;health.authorities. a certain number of women on """ 'fQ"
It 4 ifi t' Slashes at the Side to Permit Freedom juries in both civil and criminal cases .... -Ji. .
, 4 (II.problem, is how to live in of MovementThe We received ,1.1
;. his life intact to in which either a child or a woman is have just a new and selectedline ; ,
"health and '
.f preserve
without dishonor dancing petticoat is usually a principal. of Women's and Children's WASH .
an indefinite old age made with a slash in each side. This . .
i .
or weakness till he is ready to relinquish arrangement insures freedom without Owing to the success made by Miss made ? '
These dresses 'out' of
M. D. Dresses. are. ii
1 it-,Elmer. Lee. ,. I which it is impossible nowadays to Minna Wedekind who was appointeda ,
fAC: rl. ?d.wa1- to cleanse the skin. dance. The lower edges of the front letter carrier by the. German pos- the best .material inup-to-date"patterus and a \

is 'to wash the and back of the petticoat are usually tal authorities over a year ago, the ..
>; ''without face to ''corn;using meal.soap Wet the face and rounded, so that the petticoat is real- i government is now appointing hun- Photo by Arrterloan Pi.aa Association. come in all sizes. If you want a ,good, sensible '
.hand' and rob on the corn meal as ly formed of two sections rounded intoa dreds of women in similar positions dress at a reasonable price-here Is'
< It was a bright Idea tbat Into
using and rinse deep oval at the bottom fastened making it possible for many men to cam .
::3.... ,.though. 'you were' soap together along their long edges and Join the army. the bead of the sweet little girl in the your opportunity. ",
*-Oil4 11 fitted or gathered into the waist along picture when she made herself into a

1} ., ,:.Cold: gram should remain upon the the narrow edges. After having served 'for" forty-four valentine and presented herself to her

1.'!face until thoroughly absorbed to get Petticoats of knitted silk are far consecutive years in the Chicago post- papa on BL Valentine's day. Perhapsshe

I Itbfin>esf'JesuitIn massaging have more durable than those made even of office Miss Eugenia F. Griswold has doe n't deserve aU the credit herself '

';1.t' tCTjroke* firm but soft, unless ifw"- the softest and best satin. For even- been dropped from the rolls becauseshe for mamma helped a whole lot. In Our Shoe Department

't'' asSf."fot' reduction of flesh when tually the satin wean out, and it is unable to work any more on After considerable study of the beet 1' .

f >a: '|>r ,. year age was as
1' T "''ijfnuxtur: .'to spread aid upon to whiten the,, face it I for never the wears upper out.part of It the is petticoat usually: used and "the mother of.civil. .I service." 1 mother herself.suggested So tout a large she sheet be the of stiff valentlne the best w....'. Sa.. Bad.. ''IJ .S.Ole $4.,S.' 0 ,_ .-i.. ,

;" rat'rdghtcwhleh'is, to more expensive ones is used also One of the big automobile concern: white r : :' r
&' i i. made by I psper was secured and abic c
prevent-wrinkle 1
and .
for the plaited raffle. These are more I
to a froth I in Petroit has decided to' engage1 heart Then a bole In'the mid- ,
white of an egg cuj out\ $S' oo'
,'I and-adding:. ,few:drop* of tincture I than worth 'the extra price charred II women for demonstration, thereby die was mad to admit the head of tile a II.. SIaee ______T__ ._ ___ . ...__. 4_.___...... i
: for them. . .'
field of for ....J... <
niW benBoin. and a'nam of alum,cIlI- opening a new profession Valentin girl and then aba:wa* with vi- ,t
Petticoab' mad of'-pique, buttonholed I the feminine :Mrs.1: Crystal E. DOUGLAS !
. water sex.
; BOI"t
elder flower
iV.WTd: to a Little. ..xAE In big scallops about the bottom Benedict, graduate of Cornell, and a a,bright mOe sobs i papa cam honew Ie C.ut fr't .tyl. Ft S3\50 I .
,\]S1Liow'about; 'the .vacant'lot In'your are durable and rviceable. lawyer,, and ..suffragist, will have i >rc..r: } .. :-:.:-' _-, ,
;'td..tit In bad condition!, are.theyf They are not transparent, and that ti* i .ennt YOII N idlitdss.w! 7b.1.r :l 4"J" J -..w, ".-'i M.. - V _.
/t ; not organ!** a little neighrigilance I one :of the thing that commend them depart1 '''' : Tab :.Oto.'a k' cwt
l1 WeD. wq committee to *t : dweUing-In Harbor Oaki,'thre. stone I Th. 014 Standard Orov. TISleIwtD1 ., .Jf. 1 J ; ,,* I ;2 :;'
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._ .+ p'7 THE; + KISSIMMEE VALLEY, , GAZETTE ..,'.., E ,4\ ..J'f.: / ._ FRIDAY., JANUARY' ZZ;, sJ'rxtp% '

.. ,
I "
..OOOO.OOO..,... OOOOOOOO..O.. Joyed' 'pleasant afternoon 'at th.: ,
;( SUPERVISORS OF TAFT I' 0O home'1 of' Mrs., Funk. Friday; making;
[ i4> UNION.CENTER. ', ; baskets. '. '
: i Sbciet 11 ot s Woman's 'WorldMisa '" .. . .... .' Endeavor. : "'
a DRAINAGE 0..0..00000000..0..0000. The' Christian' topic for \if
; Sunday: night is "Fore)".
i I I;l' '(Msttio 'Belle Harris._ Editor.])! Alice I. Riddle! Girl Artl.t, I I a meeting of the land'owners' visited At the G. .Lawson: home Saturday In Acts 16:6-18:' This .subject is usually ,
, Wine Price For Mursl Desilin.I the Taft : considered! "dry" but it can bo-
Drainage district, held in Orlando Mr. Albert Geerdes.,. arrived Mon ' .
made most interesting.and helpful if'
r Ae 4 'is made to'all patrons of the Valley Gazette t* send Item January 9, supervisors were day' from Helene Okla., to visit his each Endeavorer; would,do his part by"; !

I,, I ...""oJ'society, \ nub to tIa. '.Editor for publication 'in the-e! co......* ,i appointed as follows to D., two B. and Spahler threeyears parent.MK: and and A. Reed and Mr. and bringing success an of item a favorite telling of missionary the work;:, 7

I three years; J. D. Clark, two years; and Mrs. !
I are going to or.' better still ten it in your 'own.
IW, 'O.. OI'I"'I"'III'IOIOIOI 1010IO'OI0101010IOI 41019their .| Miller, one year. J. F. Harrington Tampa this week to visit at the Geo. I words.
was appointed secretary of Weathr rbee and J. D. Wyandt homes.
\, ,.. :;i DINNERiGUEST8. friends will avail themselves- _____ the organization and a treasurer will They to be
expect about
Mr.' add Mrs, J. M.' Campbell and the comforts and pleasure the club affords - be appointed later on. 'The Ladies' Aid gone with a ys
met Mrs. C. '
.ughter.\Jtuth,\ and'1 Mr. and Mrs. J. so that U.. eason may be made : The supervisors expect to have an H, Funk last Wednesday afternoon. SHIPPED FROM CAROLINA, +.
f McPhatter were dinner guests of Mrs. a successful and merry one. It Is pro- engineer on the ground within thirty Refreshments were served after the *
3.Jj, Van Duxer and grandadughter, posed to set aside one night in each days and when! this work is completeda business session.Mr. A. J. Todd who with his family: recently .. 1

Lenora, Sunday at Mrs, Dillard's place week, probably Thursday as regular III"r contract will be let for the drainage.The . and Mrs. McClain Wednesday came from Simpsonville, S. C... ,
I on Emmett atreeyINHONOR : club night when there will be music, ors district to be drained comprises spent to Kiasimmee for the winter, baa ti
evening with Mr. and Mrs.
r . dancing refreshments etc. ___ 41,000 acres in Orange county adJoin- Weatherbee. had twenty-one head of horses and:
OF MISS EBY. The club is fortunate in having Mr. :: ing the Osceola county line on the Joe Harvey Lloyd Harvey and Everett several fine Jersey milch cows shipped'
.' Miss' Nettle Newton entertained and Mrs. Austin Smith as managers I, north. It is a very desirable section Smith spent Sunday at Union- down here and has leased forty acres
Saturday-evening at her home on this seaspn. They are well known and : and with a system of canals by whichit Center. of land near the city from S. B. Ault.

F .. in honor 'of Mis Hat- will unquestionably do a great deal can be thoroughly drained for all Mr. and Mrs, Weatherbee and Mr. man'to pasture them on. Mr. Todd :'

, R, : t tie Bby, of Kansas City. Games were toward increasing the popularity of time property values will increase W. A. Reed and wife spent Sunday proposes to buy considerable prop- .\
,enjoyed After which delicious refre.h1Denta the club many times.MOVING.
? k ? ".a ,were served'' with Mr. Will Weatherbee and family. erty in this vicinity and expects to. '
and Jannette Lawson and
FOR MR. AND MRS. PORCH. establish a home here. 1
OF THE PICTURE Harvey were shopping in Kis
!' Mrs. S. B. Aultman and Miss Eliz W fp ; simmee C. M. Todd, a brother and his family
t : th,;, AMERICAN REVOLUTION Saturday.
A I''""wouldereaUJ appreciate having abeth Aultman were hostesses of adellght.tul Most of the ladies of the island en- are spending the winter here also. 'i1'.t
musical given at their homeon :
f r )4 M -in'-the'$1U) eligible Daughters candidate of for the membership American I Broadway Thursday evening complimentary ,k ., SHOW FOR APOPKA f. .:

:( Revolution 'phone me their names orwhether'they to Mr. and Mrs. Eben o ooooO.OOOOOOt.o..
',I Porch of St. Louis. Following was
{ '1-: desire to make application tti c I
?, 'AF' : the charming musical program of the 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of ,
y c': ,..!', v to 'join the f6rmative Osceola evening: Apopka, were in the city Wednesday .
i *, 'J ', :' chapter'of.Kissimmee. so that I may Rigoletto from Verdi; sextette from I making purchases for their new mov-
k' Jljpl'M4lllt.thelr( names to the state con- Lucia, Columbia band records. ingpicture houses which they will LISTEN CHILDREN!

;wentlo metes in St. Petersburr Selection from Manon, Bonci record. open in that city next week.
H% February It will be great
4. a
3; <: , Pecadora Spanish air; The Wedding Mn Clark as a former member of
i pleasure and privilege to present Kisslmmee Day, Greig Miss Lord. the Primrose-West minstrels has had

\\iLI name.. to the convention Bowl of Roses Clark; King of the experience necessary to successfully We want you and your motherto

'F! V Cordially Dreams, Galloway Mrs. Wells. conduct a first-class moving picture -
r t come to the
I. ; MINNIE MOORE WILLSON. r Toreador song from Carmen, Parvis I and vaudeville house. It is his
-- -; ; idea to run two theaters in Apopka,
a+ rSKATING RINK PARTIES. I record. Pholo by Ella ColrlenakyW1MH '
I for whites and for
( Prologue from I'Pagliacci Campa- cne one colored i in
;)" a fl; The Sumner street skating rink Is neri record. ALICE L RlDDLJt. separate buildings. These buildingsare NEW DIXIESaturday
; proving to be the most popular amusement'place I being especially constructed for
When the
in the ,
Rocking the of
1 + in the city at this time.Allthe Recently fellowship the Phil- theater use and are now about com-
: is Done Mrs. Paw Weaver.
Day ,
a '. people and some whoare adelphia Academy of Fine Arts offered -
,' :'s I : young suddenly decided that Reading from Dickens, Mr. Dawes. a prize for the best design for a pleted.Mr.
k' have .
L. T.
.s Moon Song, Puisuti Love's Dawn Swords, who for sometime
than ; mural decoration for the West Phil-
fun mere
t n ,skating" Is lots more Drewman Serenade Search; Mr. II ill. I I has been connected with the man- r
part!.. and every night merry party Piano solo.; Miss Elizabeth Carson. adelphia high school. The prize wasa agement of the New Dixie will became i
'h' A Van b.found at the rink. Wednesday Love Song Twas in a considerable one, and many artists manager of the houses to be Aftertoon at 3:30
reserved dancing nighttang' Bedouin ; of note competed for it. Three judgesof
is as
g. night I opened in Apopka under Mr. Clark'edirection.
the floor is Dream Mr. Lansdell. the highest standing in the art to see that
Of skating
; Instead Night (Tales from Hoffman Apopka up to this time has
,. dancing. world l were selected to pass upon the had local theater and the
'* used for Weaver. never a peo-
The men who have charge ), Mr and Mrs. designs. Imagine the surprise of the ple of that enterprising little city ivERS" BIG
II,! young : buffet
After the munica' a
it program : when it announced that the
t' 'f.-the. rink this season have made nerved. Then Mr. Hill public was will no doubt appreciate Mr. Clark's "LENA 4 4
'. /'a very pleasant place to go. To en- \ supper was prize had been carried off by an unknown effort to furnish l them with amusement '
entreatieR and again ACTS
to Hang
.'Joy must become a club yielded artist -a pretty girl of twenty- of this kind.ANNIVERSARY.
.rriwhich Insures that the rendering The Four Leaf Clover in an two. Her design represented the pilgrimage !- ,
2 inimitable manner. Mr. Iansdell, who I ...
of Ohauncer's
-lrble be kept also <
bass voice responded -
has a splendid "
Tales a subject not untouched in 0

';;r.AMERICAN WOMAN'S to requests for encores and art, but in this case treated with such 4 OF THE .0- .In order that you may han the opportunity to see this
RECEPTION NEXT TUESDAY gave two laughable musical impersonations freshness and beauty that the veriest 4. BIRTH OF ROBERT E. LEE < a
pF ;: ,t, retiring Both Mr. Hill and .Mr. amateur could recognize its worth. .0- splendid production- play that thrill' the heart of everyman
: the
i -' Next Tuesday local evening chapter of the Lansdell are visitors in the city. The prize winner is Miss Alice I. 'y Tuesday, January 19, was the woman and child- we have arranged for a special t *rfIQIQ
'I te of
a =tt Officer league will entertain Riddle of 115 Herman street, Germantown j anniversary of the birth of the < Matinee Saturday afternoon. So don't fail to see it.
'American Woman's 'X-GJ+'ri:-<-:-:-:"C'
House compli- 4444444fi4Pt 0 Pa., who has studied art I beloved southern general Robert .0-
P C ', ;cmentary at the to the Chapter officers, who are jURtbesrlnnlng ..0CHURCII NOTICES. at home and abroad. For four years <' E. Lee and throughout the south :f EVEIY ] () ]) Y COM

1 : their terms. This will be ac' .0- she was a pupil at the academy in the day was commemorated by *

reception and a cordial invitation 4 :oo-><-,. Philadelphia. Then she won a prize O the Veterans, Sons of Veterans <- f CHILDREN lOc
,'i .public that her of in < and United Daughters of Con- .0- PRICES
;r I Is extended to all the visitors CATHOLIC CHURCH gave a summer study SPECIAL i .
well European galleries. She is fullof .federacy.. While there was *no O ADULTS 2Oc "i
u -"I ; as townspeople. i
; Jin the cityas .
y' ( given by the Rev. Father Fox. of Orlando, will enthusiasm for her work and those < public celebration of the anni- .0I" -

The public receptions have been come to Kissimnvee Saturday, January who have seen the remarkable design 4" verysary here every one had "fr >OotOUooooooOOoOooooooooo.> I',
Woman I
1 4" ,,American) social events 23. Devotion and confession Saturday submitted in the high school competition < their attention called to the fact "II
l y 1; uY among the most pleasant and for the pleasure evening at 7:30: p. m. Mass at R a. predict a brilliant career for this *. that it was Lee's birthday. Being .

w'r'. ./.f past seasons number are being plan- I m. Sunday morning. The other ser charming and gifted young woman. ..,> a ]legal holiday the banks .0-
\ fof visitors a vic<"> will be announced at the masc. I < were closed all day. 4P
." lIed.for this winter. ,. 0
delightfully The Rev. H. W. Ball priest
Henry charge of St.. Johns Episcopal church STEREOPTICAN LECTURE
the members of the Five Friday's basketball game was
1 entertained been to "convention" at Miami OF SCHOOL
-' Hundred club and a few other' friendsTuesday another victory for the Osceola High i FOR

:I 'afternoon. at her home in where he was When able to he make came a very here school boys the Sanford team having Next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock a

Cap B....... pleasing report.six or seven persons form- been defeated by a score of 49 to 9. stereoptican 'lecture 'will be given in GO TO DANN'SAND
r decorated a year ago
: The house "was beautifully and* ed the usual Sunday congregation. He The Sanford boys played a very: poor the school auditorium for the benefitof ,
', occasion with.'roses and the all-around good work
: : has had seventy at one game the'school. W. S. Powell a world
over present
'' The color scheme of of the home boys kept them leading
; fern.-
asparagus: month wide traveler will deliver the ,
service. Twelve communicants a '
." and white was carried out in the from the beginning. Johnson for the .9
pink his talk with
This December illustrating many -
used to be the -
..7 [details of the party.: there were average.over seventy communions locals and Roth for the visitors madea views from all parts of the
hand-painted plates number of star plays: SAVE MONEY
wa j .. The prises were made. Twelve have been I world.
designs.. The first prize persons The line-up was as follows:
-d,1 }; rose confirmed within six months. Andalthough Mr. Powell is on a tour of the south
o .was won by: Miss Angle Makinson; passing through Kissimmee: Tiller, center; Jarrell : at this time, taking views to be used yl
the prize by Mrs. Gardner and we are left forward; Johnson right forward; will deliver
; guest and
in future ,
.ad ,, the consolation prize by Mrs. Wood- hard times the last three off in months collections.Add only. Beuter left guard; Carson right the lecture here in exchange for the All day Saturday and Monday the big store was crowded with I

1 4 ,'beck. show to a slight this falling$100 which has been guard. Cooper substituted for Johnson courtesy of being shown about the eager shoppers who were buying our advertised "Cash Specials" at

1 t Y' Delicious refreshments shredded of rosettes let-, spent in repairs over and alterations and in the second half. Nunell.left city and vicinity by the board of trade from 10 to 30 cents on every dollar less thast tame articles cod ekewkera.Yon .
sandwiches Sanford Sear center ,
-f,'tuee rose, jelly eheesestraws, oatmeal 'cookies, the fact that the priest's stipend is forward: ; Fry right; forward; and having the here.opportunity to take can do the same thing right now. We can afford to sell FOR LESS ,

'. cake and cocoa were served. Favors paid up to date speaks well for priest Roth left guard; Laing, right guard. some pictures because we don't expect yon to pay the other feDowY nacoDectaUe bills. 1

'' rosebuds on each plate. Mrs. and people. Several gifts have been Kissimmee has its share of basketball You them when '1
;, were made altar linen silk book markers PROMINENT NEW YORKER pay you buy at a credit store. They add it to the priceof
I in serving by crowd witnessedthe
assisted fans and large
processional cross amongst them. their rood. We take it off.
Miss Orpha Rose. with Sanford.
game -
,'.1' t Those present were Mrs. Piney Now we want a rector. Orlando Defeated Also. Mr. I. S. Lambert, a prominent New Since inaugurating our Cash Selling policy we have cut prices on

e- ; \" ''i L ,Miss Turville, Miss Virginia Makin- COMMUNICATED. On Wednesday afternoon of this York lawyer, spent several days in the everything in the store from 10 to 20 cents on the dollar. On ow"Specials"

1:, r /': fi, : son Mrs. Woodbeck! Miss Dixon Miss . week the Orlando High school boys city this week as the guest of Mr. and we cut as much as 50 per cent as we did last Monday. y'
',. __ 'ft;;' "' "". .- Angle Makinson Mrs. Cadel, Mrs. THE M'CONNELL MEETINGS came down for a basketball game with Mrs. Andre Van der Meersch. Mr.
=a !:,.. .**" Bandy, Miss Orpha Rose, Mrs. Clark AT BAPTIST CHURCH the Oeoeola High school team. The Lambert is a brother-in-law to the Talcum Powder. It will pay you to watch oar advertisements i hi the

IJ .w. ''Mrs.:' Kate, Mrs. Ragsdale.. Mrs. Boise The meetings at the Baptist churchare home boys scored another victory, defeating manager of the Sultzberger meat Valley Gazette. It means money in your pocket. Don't fail to read

#J \'. i j;III... Bay,. Mrs. Allen Mrs. Henry: growing in interest despite the the visitors in a one-sided company and Ie visiting Florida at this them and then come and get the bargains. i
M ;'f, list ., .Miss Amy Makinson Mrs. Ingram, unfavorable weather that has prevailed game ending in a score of 43 to 8. time he is interested in obtaining a '
\t ;i Mrs Gardner Mrs. Meech and Miss for the most part since the meet- large tract of land for the purpose of - -

....... Jndson. ing began. So far the crowd. have V. C. Ricker a prominent real estate raising and pasturing cattle. He will
t:' been accommodated with seats though man of Clearwater is in Kissim- be in Kissimmee again before return-

.1: r.l" ",WOODMAN CIRCLE sometimes the house has been com- mee on. a business mission today. ing to New York. BIG MONDAY1ECIALWe

t t : ,' f INSTALLATION pletely filled. As the weather now

",":.' "tax" . :The Woodman Circle held a social shows signs of clearing up we are - . _ - - . . ...
e.f"I.;: I. >and public installation of officers expecting to be crowded and we shall .0..O.OO.000.O.0..OO..tO.OOOO.000000090909.T.

:J" ,.,,,.' ,.,Tuesday evening in the Fraternity prepare accordingly.Dr. art determined to deal eat
< \hall which was beautifully decorated McConnell has been giving the .. .. ; "
";'fir a., 0!for the eccadon.Ilya people of Kiasimmee some of the moet Herel is Positively the Best COAT SUITS( our naaiaiqcoat sail* regard-. ''J
)' Marion Gilbert and Mr. Ethel splendid sermons ever preached in oarcity. I .,'
':' ; |ef j eOlt. w, kw only
.e : I'r ''Gregory'were the installing officers He has a style all his own and this y .'
II l' stand :Miss Ruby Prevatt furnished the no one can fail to be interested and Offer in Real Estate limited number, cut in conservative styles. If yoa need a suit don't :1' "

a "t music. At the conclusion of the eereUttopy. Instructed who may hear him. It is let this J "'
opportunity J..
.0'; ", Mrs. Ethel Saunders, guardian an opportunity a lifetime to heara Season. Known asSIGSBEE'S pass yoa. Jo':> ,a'1 \

".s I .tat a few appropriate words presented.; speaker of national reputation. Do REGULAR VALUE. MONDAY SPECIAL. I ,

t each of the installing officers and not miss a service. Seven o'clock ,
,' ',.," '. >Miss Ruby Prevatt with a bouquet each night and 8 o'clock each after- $19.95 wiD go at----_____________.$ 9.98 : "

s" i"+ ;; of flowers. Mrs. J. W. Prentis accom- noon he speaks, and never speaks over GROVE 15.00 will to at-_________________ 7.98

.';:J;.;,' ," 'panted by Miss Prentis on the piano, forty-five minutes. Sunday he will I 25.00 wiD fo at__________________ 0.98

'} ,...: t.;;, : 'Jt.t Prevatt sang."Shipmates and Mrs." Saunders and Miss gave Ruby a and preach at at 1 at 11 night.o'clock The in the house morning is always -I .. 22.95 will go at__________________ 9.85

.'>,r ,,piano selection.. made comfortable even in unpleasant /'- FORTY ACRES OF LAND LOCATED ON THE PUBLIC 29.00 wifl fo at-_________________ 13.9S t

,:1 l .' } fit; Delicious refreshments were served. weather. Singing is being ROAD BETWEEN KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD 29.00 will go at-_______________-- 12.48 >
; nThe following officers were installed led by Prof. Webb Hill of New York.
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: Guardian, Mrs. Ethel Saunders; ONLY THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILE FROM THE CITY "r' ;+ ;

;1 Mrs." Beulah Copeland; attendant, FREE FROM DANDRUFF .
,lira.:Annie Joiner; assitant attendant, ORANGE GROVE; FIVE ACRES OF GOOD Every sweater in the house is marked down jut 50 per' cent w. '1'-"
' ,4 Mrs."Alma Young; chaplain, Mrs. Girls t Try it t Hair gets soft fluffy; BLACK SOIL ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO TRUCK .
.Colla Bass; advisor Mrs. KaI'J'Ruth. and beautiful: -Get a 25 cult FARMING kave a gold assortment in all colors for ckHdrea and small w.a.: ....:

? ""'1.dorm; ; inner sentinel Mrs. Isabella bottle of ,Da1M1ertIf -. GROWING; BALANCE OF FORTY IS GOOD You CD get a bargain if yea CSJB find your .... '
." Joaepl1l.;.,.outer sentinel Mrs.Mrs. Sarah Rosa :you care for heavy hair that glistens AND ORANGE GROVE LAND ALL CLEARED READY. .. :'w
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... {;>> "tV ocaDMCOlld! Mrs. Teliaper'third with beauty and is radiant with FOR PLOW AND UNDER A GOOD HOG-PROOF FENCE. '
/ ,t3, ;, Mrs. Julia life; has an incomparable softness and LONG COATS GOING' PBCJT
": 'fr spast guardian,' Mrs. Katherine is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. THE BEST LOCATION W OSCEOLA' COUNTY | ;

', ,,' ,". Jvey.and Dr.T. M. Rim. physi-: justen. application beside\ doubles it immediately the I. SUBURBAN FARM WITH ALL THE ADVANTAGES' OF ,
.. beauty of hair '
.:,;,."', ... '...,.. ....../''(0 .I.dr. -'\y.. -. ". "'. .ems.' 'dissolves your .every ..*particle 1 of MUNICIPALITY.. :: . .Tais Is the. 'oaly Department Stere in tie dry gig tickets for tke .

',4<"J "'hl"1:. rooU'Jil1l'RY, CLUB.. , ;dandruff. K,You ;can not-w haft.. alee. I.t MY '.PRICE IS FOUR 'THOUSAND DOLLARS. ,VTAKWATOHCE. : : Aito.. Contest. at .tke.Casiaew,) _: ./ f"" ,' u ,,. i ud4s > '
'' : the Kis- heavy healthy hair "it yon .havedandruff. ,
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club is here .. This datrnetiv..earf robs ., ; 't. 'fo. : : ,f
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1 .' ,TOE BSSOHEE PALLET GAZETTE Sets lace displaV In KaliT. window' Baby ,bath towels 'at' .the,'Embroidery : Wilson, of Apopka' was. reMiss .o ... . ,. .. ..".. .: a...- G. A. Btanscoin ir'..... i('f
for )fonda 'and Tuesosy cently In the city shopping. day night and.Sunday atwhere i
: Ward ,SHINGLE!:, CREHC! '* oe.preached,to a .isrgs" .. ..;..11"; :",
futtlshed Every Friday *y, .ihy Joseph '1'111l2'ftUOI''of: Philadelphia 'A fine special line:";raincoats: ,at 0. W : attended a meeting of 4o., + gation.. ..." I! ','

w. .. SAJUU m ... O. TANS &ONIDW > has. arrived+ Jn'' Kissimmee to the, La Mod I", the board of directon'of the Heard ott. .. . > > . . . MMf.. .* Mr. and )lr....W. ,t:;., .,Moseley' :
spend the remainder National bank of which he is a me", 1
I .. , . '. of the winter W. K.:;.; Shut, of.Orlando,. was. .hereon in .1a llOn I. last 'We are still having rainy 'coolweather..which' children spent Monday ,evening, L
with ,his i soy.H. W. Thurmsn. ber, / !: Tuesday., Kisiimmee.. .., ,;...',f'... I
.... ..H "''' ''' ' business. this week, is very disagreeableand )
:See-lace display In' Kats's'. ."window' Parker was"visit R,,,. Smith' Harden, presiding elderof bad on.,the truck,farmers Robert ,Woodall 'returned'some' .o* "-, i
Z;'N. of.Arcadia, Orlando'dlstrict'wae here Wednesday Tuesday: Afternoon after,spending: .J
,Weather (! foe Monday: and Tuesday specials. in the 'clt for the week the Mitt ,Lueretia Overstreet is ', spending :
; : port; : friends and held quarterly meeting. nt few days with'friends at''Narcoosee.i. ;,; n
time with her sister
( Little Miss Aletha Fisher, of Tam- the Methodist church Wednesday some in Conley Grady Cromartle was',Kisstnunee'. ..' \,
,a pa, Is, visiting in the city this week. end.R. : + .. Mrs. M- M. Miller:,; 'i .''
WWlam Davis fa
L. flyer and night.William 4uit.s.; .
: number.of the' 'ShingleCreek. TMrsW '
as th. guest of Misses Margaret'and O. ronBson 1 is moving'back'from
FoUowln'I' dally temperatures Mattle Stanford.L. prominent in the business men of. Orlando, Brittort Clinton 'county, .people spent"Saturday' jn.Kt** the station-' .to Ma home at Travelers' a
were city yesterday.On .simmee ,, '
and I Indiana arrived In the city yesterdayand shopping. '
precipitation Rett.
-t T. Swords went to pure Tues : Wednesday J. McPhatter sold a will spend some time looking this Mrs. M. C, Potter came out 'Friday ' !

J as reported by Government day to install a moving : mach home and lot on Mabbett street. toW Section over with a view to purchasfrg afternoon from Kiasimmee to spend CITY,STREET',KEAR LAKE ..
station at Kissimmee for the ine in a new theater that is being L. HenaVey."TIs propertyand locating,' the week-end with her parents. Mr. IMPASSABLBf' :
week ending 3... 21: opened tkere. : and Mr. E. J.. VlalL IS ALMOST ; ;\
cheaper -to own a new suit, Dr. F. C, McConnell: the noted Bap. + ..:....-..;. .' '. J
Friday ... r_ _.69 46 Dan Barber, Ed WhaJey and Will coat or hat than not to. Prices are tlst evangellrt"wbo 's conducting a Out beloved pastor Ailed Rev. C. C. The street.:running south' f ro'lll'tJWrrailroad '

Saturday _. __72 58 town Southern, of Kissimmee Park, were in cut to rock bottom at the La Mode. series ,of meetings at the Baptist eaty here, of Davenport, the pulpit crossing Clyde'a. venue,ta ;\> r.,. *
Monday looking after business Saturday night, Sunday morning -
__ _ Mo. is church, i. being entertained by Hon. the city limits encroaches:: on the muck'soil
Sunday -77 68 matters. H. H. Woods, or JopTln, and He preached: '
and Mrs. C. A. Carson while in the Interesting of the lake shore!' ,Owing: to the-' ". ,
Mr. .
the week In Kissimmee. three
__ __ .73 64 .25 spending and profitable
Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Evans, of Woods is interested in some prairie city. Mrs. McConnell is here with her very recent: 'heavy'rains.this: road has be-
sermons. otpi? tt
Tuesday -- -- j-73 52 Lynchburg, Va., are >iere for the win hurband. come almost impassable for autoa and
Mrs: Kate rPevatt and Mrs; Breaker
Wednesday __62 48 ter.and are stopping at the Franklin' being a portion,of the highway lead... '
I. home on Emmett street R. E. Sewell has sold his residenceon R. D. Waring was down from Orlando attended services here Sunday morn to the Country club if i..: with
I Thursday -----62 38 i Emmett street to Fred Adamson, on business early in the week. ing and were the guests of Mrs '.E. the ing'utmost 'dif lcultp that people arr.
Albert Clausen arrived her abouta of 'Ohio who has decided to make his Mr. Fred Carpenter, of North Granville L. D. Overstreet. l.ti
h'f rNM.... .a. . . . . .. : Mrs. I able to travel this street A flowingwell
week ago from Lyle, Mmn. Mr. :permanent home la Kisslmmee. N. Y., is spending several daysin Wesley Ivey and son, Dewey, the limit further ag.,
Hi III Illl I 'Clausen has some holdings on the I the city as the guest of Mr. II. of near Loughman, have been visiting: near ;city One owner'of
prairie, which ire will probably de M. Kats left Wednesday night for Fleming. Mr. Carpenter has made her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Yates, gravatesthis condlUon.: already
chore has
velop. Baltimore and other eastern points to I' occasional visits to Kissimmee for several and attended services: hers Sunday.. property on thelake
THE LOCAL FITLD"l purchase a spring stock: of goods for Mr G.'c. Bronson has finished gathering spent $O.OO in car repair rendered ,
;, Friends here will be interested to the Katz Dry Goods store. I years. his sweet potatoes. We are not: 'necessary .by,the heavy going: 'f
<*= know that Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Meth- : :Y'Iand Mrs. Byrkit and Mr. and I ante as to the amount of bushels but He suggests' ,that a few I loads of i
vin. of Sebring, Fla., have -a fine babygirt : See lace display in Kate's window Mrs.. J. R. Woodward, of Indiana, the yieldwas large. We think that sand might' ",be thrpwn 01\ the worst tfit
11111111' I 11111 1.11111.1 m born January 15, and weighting 'for Monday and Tuesday specials. I were among the tourist guests' at the must have been where Santa Claus got places, and believes thlrTwould b*
eleven and a half pound Lace specials: Monday and Tues- : here alloW' autoa to traveP'
Graystone this week. From they sufficient to.
Jack Sullivan made m business trip Katz. the bunch he gave. Mr. Fox for Christmas.
went! to Tampa and other points on without sinking up to the baby in m.di.L
down from Orlando a few day ago.' D. W. Clark, of Apopka, was in tire .
city Wednesday combining 'business Fred W. Worth, the weD known the west coast but they liked\ Kis- The Shingle Creek Developmentclub n
., John C. Krrkwood. of'St.-Cloud, was butcher is few Bimmee well they expect to stopover ''
and pleasure. Mr. Clark 'is secretary! Tampa spending a so met last Wednesday at the homeof RN"nq EAT"
''here on business early"in the week of the Apopka board t>T trade and days here :looking "after some cattle here for a return visit before going Mrs. E. L. Palmqulst .

5 or 6 doses 666 will ''break any case never tires ref boosting 'for his .to,",. shipments.: back hone. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Viall and Mrs. Lean ... .0 t tae p..It. .......-.._talaed wilt east heresew' ;
... .. sad
,of Fever or Chills. Price: 25 cents. Mr. and iHrs. J. Van trden of N 'rth "Jos*" Barber, who 'lives at Kis- Mrs. C. M. Chandler, of Boston, arrived M. C. Potter and children were callersat .a.rgr It _...... Ilttle what .,....r'CA. ,:':e.F.ased
this week and i. at the park Sunday.Mr. _....... Is. r.e ." ,t
;: C. B. Webb, of Tampa, made a business Wbite Lake N. Y., are visitors who simmee Hark: was thrown from his in this city: a er. mass. sad tae"Cr. + 1 1e.
horse one day this week and in falling the Graystone for the winter. She and Mrs. J. H. Steffee spent eared .wl/hl a..r. .... ? 4y
trip to Kisslmraee this week. arrived this week to spend the wtnter. ... ..... U I .aut J wtll salt
They are -flapping' with Mr. arid Mrs. .....'ke.n arm. was accompanied: by Mrs. Lucy: C. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.Series. yea .. new G._ .... .........-. Ff
E. E. Bates, of Tampa was a 'bullnell. WestTaH. Conant, of Boston, who made a brief _...... aelght. sae NadIUea. .." Leee'. $'
visitor in the city Tuesday.;; A. D. Page, of Newark, N. J..who visit here'then went on G. B. Woodall attended services at fee a *.11rDR. ; I

William. left has been here for some 'time in the Fla Tor the the Baptist church In Kissimmee Sunday __G. A. ,vats's...... t1 i
B. E.'Evans spent Tuesday hi St. Barclay Wednesday interest the 'Edgewater farms, leTt ea, season to'ThoDOtoeae-1 i Hoak: .r .. .. se4t
Cloud bueineee.t night for 'his home in Sioux City, la., ler was :a last year's night TAIIPA. ""
,. on Wednesday night for the north. h
after spending a month in Kissimmeeas I
t Mrs. Sumner, of !!t. Cloud. wea in the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. IE. :A. Roberts, of Trinidad, . ... ... ..'

; the city Hopping Tuesday. Mrs. J. :A. Barclay. I' Golo., is spending some time in Kisimmee DIXIE THEATRE HAS ', ,. .

the guest of her daughter, ... IS KING .
Cypress field boxes for sal cheap. WE SELL FOR LESS CASH
Mrs and Mrs. B. 'C. Summers, of : Mrs. M. A. 'Cfctrk. . '''.
Osceola Lumber A: Furniture Ce. 29-tf ''GIenaale,'Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. i HEW MANAGEMENT .

Mr. John Phann ie very ill 1I.t the Safford df Iowa, were arming the i Lace specUis Monday and Tues "

home of his brother If. M. Mann. tourists stopping at the Manhattan I day. Katz. '

Mr. Calyar remains very in .t the this-week.Mrs. C. Y. Alley who with his companyof The the New direct Dixie theater is of now Frank un- The Family Shoe Store
der management
.! home of his daughter, Mrs. Ton Ellis. J. W. Thompson spent last players is appearing at the Dixie W**tfall, he having bought the half 't..
Saturday in St. Cloud visiting Mr. this week, has relatives in the city
Cypress field boxeD for sal cheap. ownership formerly held by L. T. .
',- Osceola: Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf and Mrs. Jc.. Thompson and upon and i* having a pleasant visit whilehere. Swords. It will be Mr. Westfnll's

t R C. of'St. Cloud return home was accompanied by ; Mr. :AUy's' wife is an adoptee policy) to give 'to the people of Kis- Saves you mohey on every pair of shoes. Wesave. you. ..
Savage, spent 1wr little granddaughter, 'Florence i sister f Mrs. D. G. Wagner.Mrc .
Wednesday in town on business. 'May Thompson, who is spending the i simmee only the best in moving pictures money because we sell for cash. We have no' expensivesystem ; ,
For the
Howard Katz is and vaudeville. convenience -
entertaining! ..
? A. Sebring, of St 'Cloud, was in they 'week here. I her mother and sister, Mrs. Powell of its patrons the new management of bookkeeping and collecting and we have no sin:;"

I early- ithis!\ week on businves.M. : Mr. Jowrph Fling and hid daughter,;I and Miss Sybil Powell of Rolla, Mo., I has Installed a new electric : collectable accounts. That's why we can afford to,.eQ you '.

M. R. Vaughn, of Windermere was: Miss Ethel "Fling, "Philadelphia are who arrived tthis: week for an extended !popcorn machine. This machine is .
.in the city on business this week. here on a 'fY-w days' visit but will not visit. the only one of the kind in the city: identically the same shoes at from 25 to 75 cents on' a'Pair". 4 '"l r

W. H. Bvokaw, with GriflTing Broth- open their winter home in the city. Rev. A. C. Stanford of Hickory, N. and" prepares. the crisp, buttered cornsnpohanically. :. less than you'll. pay elsewhere. Try us now H>

,eTs, the tree people. /0tfMyron They are slopping at the Gtaystonetn C., stopped over here Tuesday between This week the Y. C.
Alley company, :
this trip.J. I trains 'to visit J. M. Campbell and J. New Lot of Men9 Shoes : ,
few stock
Powers, of Kalama&oo, Mich., McPhatter. Mr. Stanford expressedhis of the standard cf01nI ; [
was a visitor of the week. Tl. Bryan began Monday morningwith intention of paying much 'panies now 'playing in the south, 'has .
force of hands a longer 'teen at tie New Dixie all this 'Week :
tearing Rhesus!
a away We have received lot of Men Dark
visit te the city sometimes.Big just a new
Riley Godwin, of St. Cloud, was '. = .
the remains; of his old residence which presenting:regular playa rurminr from
.( mingling with his many Kiasimmee I was burned a short time ago. As soon sale for Saturday. All hats below 'one hour to an hour and a half with : Calf, English Last, Reced Toe come in all A -

4i friends on Monday last. I as the work of demolition\ is completed cost at the Bon Ton. Woodbeck vaudeville specialties between each sizes a'regular $4.50 value. Our price, $1 .'.0"O. t

Thos. M. Wilson, a prominent lawyer he will begin the erection of a & Rogero. act. The hows haw been weft re- .. '. .
modern ten-roam residence the oelwuri. and 'the theater is well Ailed :
of Sanford here business on
was on Prof. W. B. Hill, of New York, who .
same sit*. aigbtly. For the benefit of the 'women '
several.days recently. J. W. Manager
is conducting the
singing at the Bap-
and dbildren .f tie city the com : ,
For citrus tree. see F. H. Lawson C. W. Griffin attended the carnival tist church during the revival 'meeting pany will again present Lena Rivera, ,' .y
.next door to postoffioe. l-tf celebration at lIami last week.. He is being' entertained at the C. A. In fo. acts, at a special matinee to- IN :BUILDING: "

Dr. C. E. Crist of has was accompanied by his brother, S. Carson heme. merro (Saturday, ) TterBoonat: 8:80 I.... .... .. .. 1
Orlando S. Griffin of Orlando and renerts a n.. ...n n n..... ... ... : /
Rev. W. H. Ball is at home again :
"been attending Mr. Caly r, who>> is ill 1
pleasant the- Magic City. He ,
'art his (home on Verona-afreet.: after attending the Episcopal conven- '.
also stopped over in Palat Beack and tion in Miami and -- -
a trip to Key .
'. Homer Todd has returned\ to his visited relatives. andothe -= "
i Tampa, Petersburg' .
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home in South Carolina After .hmnt- !
'." Prominent visitors in town this I points. ; ,
.: tog .trip ion of Florida. M
week Mr. and Mrs. tl
were Washington; ,
V,, 'Irvin Gregory has been out of tewn Gardner of Albion, Michigan, who NOTICE. ,I .tl : '
en a business trip this week, going to stopped at the Manhattan. Mr. .Gardner -I Notlcr meeting hi hereby of the irlvra that the annual ''
atockholdera of the : y
Sanford and several other points.Mrs. was formerly United States congressman 'Consolidated Title Company will be : .
from Michigan and is chief held at the orrict of the company In
Roberts returned Wednesday
Harry Klualmmee.I Florida. ,
on Monday February -
from a visit with friends in commander of the Grand Army of. the 1, 1816. at 10 o'clock a, m.. for Your I ' '
Tampa. Republic. He and Mrs. Gardner gent the election of director. and for theranaactlon Spring and Summer Suits"I ;
from here to St. Cloud and will visit of such other bu.InPa. aa
may be brought before said .
a number of other places in this sec B. CRAWFORD meetingW.

r.ii i., BIG AUCTION SALE I tion of the state while here. S-t Secretary. Tailored to order at -. i




AT 12 JO P. M. latest instru-

L. EJ Bates has arrived at J. B.

.Magruder jr., stables, Orlando>>, Fla., ments we use ,

with A carload of choice: Tennessee .
horses and mules that will be sold in the examination I
'h next Monday at auction The horses .

,ry.consistof heavy draft horses, match- i- of t' V
teams, farm mares, fancy drivers, eyes.

.several saddlers) family, general broke purpose ones.horses and -- -. ---- MONDAY Y, TUESDA & WEDNESDAY r S f'f'y

"' The mules consist of matched teams,

single. mules weighing 1,000 to 1,300 .

''pounds mule each This and stock: are is a all thoroulot ofghly ". E. COLE: JANUARY 25, 26, 27 .. ''i.. '

broken and acclimated: and ready for I .J

immediate use. Anyone wanting to BY J 1,1-. '" '
sale exchange can with \ .. !v
.toy at private or f R '
f .. ,
*- Vso 'an)' time before the auction
";aa1e.atarta next Monday noon. Don't MR. \ : '
J. H.

"i. :forget:Shine.'C .. the sale date; positive rain or COLE JEWELRY CO. DILLARD'ej :,.; 'P

r' "f -. -. With Isaac .
/' ;. A. Barnes editor of the Apopka Hamburger & Sons. J .

s:;.business News,. spent mattershesday.lookln in Kisslmmee. after OLD FOLKS FIND NEW REMEDY RELIEVESALL ,

:'Found, one'purse; owner may have '. I J
same+ applying to Dr. Rivers and MISERIESof ,.' ( ..t

< ? paying for this' advertisement. -:-

.' Miss':Lenora Fortner and Mis Ln- .' 1<"
Drive Raemssatk Paias Away Relieves the
system. !tre'4, .
,cile Pike spent Sunday at Eagle make
to relative'. Backache aid Bladder It matters not how old you are Or STYLE '

r 3fSaina#natural color, at the Em- Disorder After a Few. Descs how long you have suffered, Croxone WORKMANSHIP AND A j't
is so prepared that it is practically
t \TLJoidery shop.i" Are Take.
impossible to take it into the human '
A i'Mr-and Mrs. Nichols, of Orlando, 1 I- \ system without results. You will And QUALITY GUARANTEED'

" 9 visiting in the city one day this Sleep disturbing bladder weaknesses it different from all other remedies. . ,i ,
backache, rheumatism, and u +
week+ There is nothing else on earth like .
of Green Pond, the many other kindred ailments it. It starts to work i 1'(
.. Hsrmoii Steffee, which commonly'come with declining immediately .. "
so ,
1 Fla, spent a few days with, relatives :years, need no longer be a sourceof and more than a few doses are seldom .,' '1' ,f;
and friend. In the city this week required to relieve even th. most '
those who
dread and misery to are I. , '
chronic .j "
foDowed''t .dandng at"theBonaoore put the middle age bf life. obstinate cases. :' '
Dinner; y '''I-J! -iIV'\ .$ 'v"" v
Iii;,Wtadermere, next Fri The new discover, Croxone, overcomes It'is the''most wonderful remedyever ; .0:' '' ..t.J; ,
-made for r 1 .. '' :
the lifeless ..
disorders 'restoring' ., 'iI -
day night. all such because it removes .. .
tot health M .... : '
; and strength and 4-
KAT'Z' : "
the very, cans of the trouble. ridding \ .. , .
Lace j system: ;of every articleof ; "." - ;
r It aoaks right I. into the kidneys, .. tN.r i
X tL uric add, and can take it with ,'." I ; :
i chyle through the walls and linings; cleans you : ,If. .' " "" "'" ---

I" 'Mrr and Mrs. D.WUtO Alderman, out the little filtering glands' and cells, the utmost confidence and nothing : ,':.. ."" .. !: > .. ... ,', ''!:. ' '' ;.', .j' ''; ,
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earth .
!, will so quickly cure such conditional f--r : '
soak and gives the kidneys new strength to ', '. 'K J" ....mee, ; .. ,. .f ..1. : FJ" 'd' '.'';$
come up to'the city do: their'w rk' .- It;.neutralises :..,...r.u.,.. .1' . '. 4 ... I ,. .. . t. ...0 rf' . I,'}' '
on Toeeday. and dissolve/the-poisonous. art, Yoa" can obtain 'an original package ,*' '. ".\. ". '. '!" .'Ii' .'1; .. "' :. .".. .>'."' ""' :ijo" .'.lI :.. ._ '

' O.entret war sailed t0k' add substances that .',lodge.,,Sa1M of Croxon*.at" 'trifling eost from "."....' .' 1.1, 1" .; '. -) .. '''.' ',' : ';-';--"" '''7'-.i, .I ..
and muscles causing 'Aft .' '. ..' '" ':,. ",' '
of the Joint druggist.: druggists .
jfcter oa account Mra. Cook.Oookwe tism,' and make the kidneys $TMlDDa-I are....'authorized te .persoaaDy return , . { "" 'i'f.- ,t.'y. ..., ;J .,. ', eta ",?,..:, -Ij; ;ur ... A.. ..."t!',;. 7sirZj:'>j. ,". r'\.7".'.','. .- ttL4j' ,

tafc to aa 11Ift ovft an the polaonou* .. i*& purchase ysiee K rexe e abevUJaJLisa .. a f

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other* to (a back. She,mad. a deaperate ' ; ,: 1. ." ;'. -:
: "<'1' -:; . r- effort: to reach the far end;;,bat Dear.Old "Mail ..
\ .' .th* bride gave war; and 'she was ,Giittera ; :
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,\ TI" ;, t hurled Into: the swirling,,rapid.. She 1 ,.,,;4 of Sears: Rocbuck''and'Compan' r "I' ,.
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M _"tr was stimnsd tor a moment}' Wit tb.1nstfnct r Mould"" it
r to *II w wai-trtmfT""Aa I :?Ao"

Adventures swung to .....d fro whirled her, ah'l ', Accused.ofejng, :. .. .; :Ta, Dddger ',: ."f., !' r .
r u.' "' +
there, she managed to eaten bold of a J e "i", ,

aaorti . rock which-projected. 'above the flying j (Special to' the'' Valley a.zette.. ..) ,SAV PAROLED'ti-, h
foam. ; ?! '. ;WAKE ,G OD ,WIVES .'
.of' Chicago, JJI/- uliua.. Rosenwald; 'Sena
Kathlyn Center" Mlnn.-Marrlagoe I
4't I A mahout her urged -
t I' seeing danger '
r his elephant toward her and reached president of Sean, Roebuck' &,'Co., depleting; the population of Sauk Cen. 1-
J now under indictment for failure to Horn.School tor Girls, accordingto
J her Just she about' to let ?
as waa go.
schedule 27000.000 worth of sharesof
t Ralph .W. Wheeler, 'of, the state .
*stock in Sears Roebuck .& Co. as '
' board of control. .
: pith"". '' CHAPTER XXIV.In taxable personal property, I is the first "We average: one marriage a month l't
JU. ir. of a hatch of millionaires who will from the home" he says "Most 'of :
l t i .' IlA. .:.GRAT. t Search of Treasure. be indicted. the girls paroled are sent to rood .." :' .
_ : i r ,wr "Those were cut," declared State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne home and there they become good
t ropes
I j / ,. J Ahmed. says an eight-month investigation by housekeepers. OUR PICKETS ARE OUT '
11 11t kO.t _ L I ton of his men has uncovered 15,000 \
world could have
I "But who In the
+f x jmrR canes in which the tax laws have been on the best fences In town because* r
x 1G'oiGadid'bJr'Ptehra e cut them demanded the colonel violated. The evidence in these cases SOME DDH'TS they look best and wear beat. In' t

;, I Ahmed shrugged. "We may have in being looked over by a special; fact this applies to allour Lumber '
i'J.ldb.'dvp Flcturf ProdacUoofVuSdloPOIytcop been followed by thieves.\ They could grand jury. Hoyne's policy he has and .

forced to use the elephant trails. Let the "most prominent men in the community BUILDING MATERIAL *.

f, " I I us keep our eyes about us, sahib. ; ," regularly indict them regularly For Stomach and liver I I To buy anything In these line. ,

I! When one speaks of gold, the wind try them and regularly convict without obtaining our price will' .

,1 :;.: t i7r1bt. b'JbroI4 Yaepraal(7l carries the word far. And then . ." them. i mean not only a loss In money, bat: "' :"t
.: ; },' SYNOPSIS. I He paused, scowling. Hoyne's assistant in charge of the' Sufferers a loss in the,Quallt,. as well to you,

,. )": .. r !' to i>413p" "& I, "And then what?" I'I'I probe, Hay4en( who N. Bell, declares the: "The city Any good carpenter will endorse this. t 6
tax dodger prevents
t A.pTz1t I-Ic;;;; Hare. beUft1.. f3si !% i "I 1 do not want the memsahlb to "
1 bse bFk I from getting money. which should Don't take medicine
latber., Co&. Hare. I. peril, has sum't I hear," Ahmed whispered. "But who for your Stom-
I \a.oa.d ... .. and to the city
; lea. b.r bom. la C.urornla Inwfully go ach ailments morning noon and night,
to to lilm fa .AUa", India, Umballa j shall say that this Is not the work of for its schools and playgrounds is amore as usually such medicines only give
IMIer'to' tb. tbroD., baa the who forget, who
/ t.. 4 -. by the late king ..a hl.f I gurus "' never vicious community force" than temporary relief and simply digestthe May Lumber Co. '
f '. forgive sahib? the pickpocket or-the burglar. I food that happens to be in the
Salaamed Again.of "But they would not follow!" The Chicago Teachers' federationis Stomach. "
f ; 2 n-Arrtvtna- Allah KatbTO J "Nay, but their servant would, on watching the with keen in- II. R. Hay, Manager. ..
; f i* Informed br Umlwll that bar game Don't permit a surgical operation. I
.father twinsdd she Is to be quvon. and gold and gems; the trinket. for I the fear- of death. I will watch at terest.' A salary raise of I 5 per cent I There is always serious danger in operations Phone 81 klMlmmoe. Fin 1 :

{ act marry" him. Bb* rena&lid U.In. which he had risked his own life. night hereafter.' was granted the teachers by the and In many cases of Stomach 'J t

t' 'a "" Vui IllI'Md"n"by..the...p"'u. 'Hb. laa-tvra that no oman.van 4*u,.. Katblyn's, then Winnie's. In turn Ahmed searched thoroughly about hoard of education last May. But Liver and Intestinal Ailments the - .t"

ir' f f r think a& eyer. Bruce and Ramabal perused the letter the ledge from which the east side of I the raise can't be paid till more tax knife can be avoided if the right remedy I '
1 ( money comes intoihechool funds. is taken in time.Don't .
i CBAPTKR m-h. tin rruM and itora > ; and to Ramabal came the Inspiration. the bridge had swung, but the barren
F? ., Iloyne said: "The case againstRosenwald around with a foul smelling >
J r that ehe mu.t ndro two oroMU* rocks told him go '
t l 'yrlth wild....... It sn* vurvtTM mh. will nothing. Armed with is clear. Illinois laws say breath caused by a disordered If YOU Are : ;
," permitted to rula They would seek this treasure, but his rifle be plunged boldly back along that when a blank schedule is fur- Stomach and Liver, to the discomfortof .

d r} i 'fr cu.trnca IV-Joka Bru_ an .A.meri- only be Ramabal, and Pundlta would the elephant trail but returned with nished him he shall make a sworn those you come in contact with. \:...'..

t oti her era return. Here lay their way to freedom out success. Whoever was following statement of the personal property he If you are a Stomach sufferer, don't

r4 '. "I. CHAPTER V-Th* elephant which oar without calling upon Dalla Khan for them was an adept as- secret as a owns. He refused to make such a I think you can not be helped; prob- 1'i"

!, l ;i 'It**) br from the eoene of her awed run aid. The matter, however had to be Thuggee. All this worried Ahmed nota report of his holdings. While the ably worse cases than yours have been THINKING OF BUILDING A": '
i : from Bruce the
'r awq4111 aparaUn-. submitted to the priests, and those is $200 fine and it is Wonderful
'r" ; it* part,. little. He readily understood that penalty only a permanently restored by Mayr'a '"

I CHAPTER VI-She take. refu In a wily men In yellow' robes agreed. They the murderous attempt had not been customary to take such minor offenses Remedy. HOUSE OF ANY KIND. LET i,,' '

y r' I' n1.... tempi"*, but thl haven I* the* abode could very well promise Durga Ram directed against Kathlyn alone but into the lower (municipal) courts, we I I Most Stomach! Ailments are mainly "'11-'1
eta ehe la forced flee from indictment and will try catarrhal condition. ME FIGURES WITH YOU. ,
;, ; lion and to It his freedom again; pursue these treasure against all of them. But for her eager- asked for an caused by Mayr's I,

f \ CHAPTER VII-Bbe Und a retreat .U seekers and destroy them that ness and subsequent warning some of the case in a higher court because' I I Wonderful Remedy not only removes (
''the only to fail Into the hands is citizen the
) jansie. ol Kosonwald a conspicuous the catarrhal mucus, but allays rUB'r
else.. traders.CHAPTER. would be Durga Ram's ransom. them would have been dead at this moment and the enforcement' of the law I. chronic inflammation and assists in I AM PREPARED TO

VTII-Kathlyn U brought to The return to the palace was joyous against him will result in more schedules rendering the entire ailmentary and NISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES '

,, i,, 'the Umballav publlo who mart Andlnbr In Allaha and still ..Ineub-,Id .to this time; but In her heart of "Sahib It would be better to make being filed. Over $60,000,000 a intestinal tract antiseptic, and this a I

1' ,sulrly., throw her Into the duns-eon withOttAPTBR hearts Kathlyn was skeptical. Till she camp on the other Bide of the ford. year, which ought to go into the city ia the secret of its marvelous success. AT ROCK BOTTOM :

d ..... l&tb. trod the deck of a ship homeward The memsahlb Is weak from the shock and ct>unty treasuries is lost through Don't suffer constant pain and 'i'
,i! :'" IX-She .la reeoued by Bruoe bound she would always be doubting. and might collapse It we proceeded." evnsiori of tax laws." agony and allow your stomach ail-

i/ i y .and hi* friend Bruce did not have to seek Bala "I leave everything to you Abmed. Extensive: employment of children, ments to physically undermine your 1t(

) V CHAPTER X-Colonel Hare aleo !I. reermma. Khan. The night: of Kathlyn's defiance But Is there not some place farther with pay ranging around $3 a weekat health. No matter how severe your

yi . UmbaJla. with ...141..... etaru In Ahmed had acquainted them with below where the water does not Rears-Roebuck has given Rosen- case may be or how long you have
e ....ult. Katblyn atruck by a bullet. his errand lie was now on his way fast?" run so wald the nickname of "cradle robber." suffered-one dose of Mayr's Wonderful )\

rr .- CHAPTER XI-Th. fugitive* are lvenbaiter 'Some 8,000 workers are employedat Remedy should convince you
to Bala They need trouble "
the of Bala Khan. "Ramabal will know.
In palace
1 the big plant on the West Side. that you can be restored to health .. r
] t't tk I CHAPTER XII-Supplied by camel by themselves no longer regarding the fu But Ramabal knew only the bridge. The wages paid are so low that dozens again. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has Contractor and Builder \tJ.:

i J ehoepltable prince they earl for the ture"All I They would have to Investigate and of employee quit every day. An taken and is highly recommended by J.KISSIMMEE. .'\!'

'i .t ot, but are captured by brigands. Umballa goes well" said Ramabal "for. explore the bank. Half an hour's jour- efficiency system driving at high Members of Congress Justice! of the FLA.
: ; Journey to the lair of the ban- I I
to reach isle hiding: place we must difficult other employes who Court, Educators Lawyers,
Uta, mak.. the colonel a prisoner androars ney-rather a one-brought snood wears out I Supreme .J. i
.p5 4 Bruce and Kathlyn lulled. pass the city of Uula Khan. I know them to still and shallow water. Here are given the merry release.' So, Merchants, Bankers Doctors, Druggists 124 Samner St. Phone 211. ........1".1.\, ,\

CHAPTER XIII-Tbe bandits quarrel where tills rape Is. It Is not large.It they crossed and made camp beyond regularly every day, the advertisements Nurses, Manufacturers, Priests, '

:', ever the money paid them by Umballa juts out into the sea the Persian in a natural clearing. They erected of Sears, Roebuck & Co., are I Ministers, Farmers and people in all ,__ _ 7
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and Bruo during....apa the and confuelon return to Kathlyn Allaha. They and gulf, perhaps half a dozen miles. At the small tent for Kathlyn, Inside of. run in the Tribune a'nd the Daily I walks of life. v I Ifa
onooct a plait to reecue the colonel I {I News, calling for more workers. Send for FREE valuable booklet on DRINK BRINK )/ ,
island. None ,
/ tide an
i high Becomes which she changed her clothes, drank i
i morning jam of applicants\ is!' Stomach Ailments to Geo. II, Mayr,
CHAPTER XIV-The colonel le. nominally lives about the simple fisher Every a
except her tea and lay down to Bleep. 111.
., but really a prleoncr.. It l I. I looked over by the RoRenwald employment 164-156 Whiting St., Chicago;
errang.dkln to and a bride for him. Kath- man. Still, the journey Is hazardous'j 1 "What doe Aasse) think" asked experts. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold /i.W:,

d lyn gains accea. to the palace In dlearulae The truth Is, it Is a spot aartmaly."That leading druggists' everywhere with
of the work required is by
and her ....,u. plane are eucceedIn Much purely f
f I when the treasury leopard. eecap is much gun running; In fact wber we are being followed by mechanical. The fingers of a the positive understanding: that your

.throwln-. the court Into confuelon.CRAPTKlt we found our guns; and ammunition. II: some assassins hired by our friends ,girl will do as well as the fingers ofa money will be refunded without question ,rt ,
I' '; I understand that there are great so-1 I woman. or quibble if ONE bottle fails to
XV-EHirlnr the panic Ram the priests. grown man or _, ,
.1 I abal and Bruce reecue Kathlyn and herfather cret stores of explosives hidden there." i "Colonel, let us make. straight for I So the Rosenwald policy is to hire, give you absolute satisfaction. DRINK MINK ;

'.I\ tl-hT| end the party steal away from "Any seaport. near?" asked the colo- the port and let this damnable bushel I boys and girls whenever possible, 10-Htp
law - -
CHAPTER: XVI-Th colonel bear that nel. I of trinkets stay where It Is," urged I keeping just enough' inside .the - -- .
hi* younger dauirbter, Winnie I* about and outside the clutches of the state
l 'to.aul... In Allah 'The Wives ,.. "Perhaps seventy miles north Is the II Bruce the lover. I / .. ;1J.
ibaok to AllahVInjile very town we stopped at a few weeks factory inspector. ,;!ItI
Is .
"That not
"hy do and walk Into the trap preparedtor I now replied A force of doctors and nurses is ' {, 'I
bar by Dmballa. Wlnnl U crowned go.The Ramabal "We can now reach there kept to examine workers for ,tuberculosis t ,
,aueen. KathJya and br father attend la4lrol colonel seized Kathlyn In his I! only by the seacoast itself or return or anything else that might ren- I ?j"I I 6T; .
and mak thler kao_ .
** preeeno
at "
% th* Unified. alii., arm She played gaiety for hIs I' to the desert and journey over the old der them "inefficient. \ .
sake but her heart was heavy with trail. We mUst go on." A, small Hospital has been fixed up '
: \ 'xvn-kathlTB: : In dlajrols*. .. ,,1 ,
s gain odmiHlon. to 'Wlnnl'. room but I* foreboding. The colonel'smoked his pipe mood for the use of girls who get playedout : .
IlaeOTrd by Umba l... wbo orders that "And the filigree basket shall be divided ily. He was pulled between necessityand on the Job. Work 'em down and When in ryped of Tombstones '

y'' I eM offered ftlsnba aa I*a reeoued aaorinc by. to the the colored god. between you and Pundlta Kit""Give desire. He had come to Asia for then rest in the'em workers Is the policy.changing It.has a "resulted w. Corner Stones or other;,Monumental .. '.:,..

: It ::11 to her father. I have this filigree basket, and he wanted It, hellfare
bate wh.t'meD call into an "h" and calling it a Work see write me before placing;
to ojr
tA' CHAPT11Qt 'XVfI-Rathlyn. dlaruledCaa begun precious With a passion which was almost ,
i / animal trainer, take* part la a stones." At one moment he system. socialsecretaries
- bab rereale bar Identity to ptlbipopJp miserly. silently Last February the Rosenwald your order for White Bronze, Marbelor X17
and teaoua bar ..Ist.r.y "It shall be as you say; but we may vowed to cast the whole thing Into the gave out word that they '

CHAPTER XIX-Katblyn. Winnie, their all take a handful as a keepsake." sea and at the next his fingers would were paying money to form an organ Granite. I will save you money

r, and Bruce find a biding; place In Two days later the expedition was twitch and he would sigh. ization that would nave money from and satisfaction. .
:+ fF.5 *.of Raraabal. Th latter'. wife; ready to start. They Intended to pick Sometimes It seemed to him that' the loan sharks. Later this plan went guarantee ,,
. the lawful of Allaha.
Fl t eentlment .la queen her favor I* up Ahmed on the way. There wa there was some Invisible force working i bust with no clear explanation of W. D. J. SUMMER, 1

, )' ,m"bUo Th people at ....t. weary' of nothing but the bungalow Itself at the In him drawing and drawing him why, though the Rosenwald generosity Florida
misrule, rYe aa-alnet mm. in the news Kissimmee
:vita Ramabal at their bead and Bruce camp. against the dictates of his heart. He was widely exploited ,

and the ealanel flarbtlna under him. The Umballa was thereupon sedreUy taken had this back In papers. ., _.
feeling -
experienced --- -
t --- -
//1" ;e <" Brat..derU 1e4.-but Kathlyn'a. The week after this anti-loan sharkIIcheme
4 l"' - .
la their favor.e flung
a camel and told what to do. He for weeks without avail. And frequently Roebuck & Co., employes was a witness Ijb CLARK

.CHAtJTER XX-Tb* arena. lion .eecap a curse at the minarets and towers now, when alone and undisturbed at an inquest over the body of .
.,' fjad Xatblrn MeI<. aafety In a deaarted and domes he could wife. She killed herself because ,
r Sou** 8he.. discovered by mballa., looming mistily in the see the old guru shaking his
t v \ WBO i* fleelnc with tb* rebels Mad fort moonlight Ransom? He would destroy with the venom of his wrath the blood another child was coming, money was "
w ssv ngs be aeta tin to tbe bouiXXI short and it was hard to dray along Real Estate Broker
( ; aye and take the treasure dripping from his lacerated finger,
'-"- 4''CHA.J'TlR: -Koa from that himself and feed the four children and two
." since he knew where It now which he shook In the colonel's face .l
"" .f' :'<' ae.r pol.on next threaten, but a in the house.
1 I.:n.rvant aaortnoe hlmeelf. and ..... Katbha lay this Information having been obtained flecking It with blood. A curse. It grown persons '
t. y ;; The husband testified he was a ship I Residential Lake Shore Cottages Vacant Lots Oraage
-, Ion* atupeoted that for him. He would seek the was ao. He must obey that Invisible Property
\ Co.
& ,
Roebuck ,
*; the real did not die aa was aa- ping clerk at Sears,
t _u With, th* aaslBtano of Bruce world, choosing his habitation where will; he must go on and on. for the familyof
income timber
J ,*Ad Hors b* ands tb* klac' where h* bad h* would. His pipe slipped from his fingers and and the Groves Truck farms and Prairie Lands .
Umballart and six was $13 a week. ,
'i . baa Imp by :
S ; bin a the palao*. Day after day he followed tireless. his head fell upon his kna; and thus of $30,000,000-has- been; FLORIDA
His fortune KISSIMMEE tt
i r t:t;:; ". CHAPTER XXU Dmballa nealu: Indomitable, aa steadfast upon the Kathlyn found him.'Let cleared through selling rat traps andwagons ,
/ to u.. city. and. with the aaala- trail aa a Jackal after a wounded antelope aUs sleep, memsahlb," warnedAMed to farmers by mail and dried

IX fl V *'ifj of a It.woman... It.of.the arranced harem, to murder have 'I never coming within rang, skmlk- I Oleo! ...._ the fire. 'He h.. prunes and sewing machines to fann4 4(Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 68

co paned queen but Umballae Ing about the camp at night, dropping been ngktiaa; the old guru." ers' wives. And of course if he had

\ ". torn auria* t*tb the* aupport palace of with tb*abeolut prleethood.power re7 behind in the morning not above picking 'What," Kathlyn whispered back. followed the Henry Ford plan of pay- Correspondence solicited If....

-: '- ImprUoo Kathlyn. Winnie. Han and up bit of food left by the treasure "Where T"Ahmed ing a living wage to each employe he

t, I seeker Money and revenge; and pointed toward would have less of a fortune.OYSTERS. w.n
' : lAPTDR XXIII-Kathlyn I* again i these would have kept him to the his forehead 4
wood queen. Umballa' aoooinpllc
Ott _t.* e* and the villain I I. gent to the ] chase bad he been dying 1 "Is thererally. such evil Ahmed r

. tr .dmlll. The late kinleave* a dlt .As for Bala Khan, he was at once ,"Evil begets evil heaven bona Just

,, C-X..tbIYD. containing They xtart Immense out to treasure find It. I glad and sorry to see his friends. a* good begets good. The Colonel Sahib }

.. -' h..! A.ner they leave. the city Umballa U rei'.ieeed Nothing would have pleased him more did wrong. And who shall deny AUTO TROUBLES ='.
.: 'a j by'the prteete with the promt of
1,, ; r7" t nillilielf.rimiliini If he secures the tree- than to tall upon Allaha like the thunderbolt some of these gurus a supernaturalpower Hotel -
Manhattan registered
.;UI'eo he was. But he made Ramabal ? I have seen; I know. F. A. Uncoln,

'1 jn; l\I. -.--- .I promise that if ever be had need of "Dut once you said that we should for "Seal hlpt" >r I

'. keepers'enjoy.d this raillery; him. to send. And Ramabal promised, eventually escape, all of ..." agent .
W ( : was going to afford them hoping that he "And I still memsablb. What the
could adjust and regulate say 1C Oystrra. Everybody; knows 1
X'i * Th' forced him to hi* affairs without foreign assist la written is written" phlegmatlcally.

}t bar, snappod th. Iron on ance. They went on, this time with Wearily she turned toward her tent quality I keep. Send ia your order Respond quickly and inexpensively to our .., ,

: ; ; and ahootod to th. man to Ahmed. but paused to touch the head of her treatment. If your car rattles, or,does not ran i; :

i .Ah.-wH thy knw th. garnet Toward the end of the Journey they sleeping father aa aba passed. Her 221.CWRIFFIN '

. 'l- ..'" .VlMr" trotted with tt. would .be compelled to cross a chasm occidental mind would not and, could Phone moothly, or jars; or makes too much noise, y

t apo kp pao on a rope and vine bridge. Umballa. not accept aa possibilities these mysterious i IT IS TIME TO BRING IT TO US if yon '
t hoi;ordeal Cor bf1nnr. PrasenUyi knowing this circled and reached this : attributes of the oriental mind. .

4'l, iUpp4 and fU. and hone br hi* .bridge before they did He set about That a will could reach out and /pr*> want it to last. A dollar or two spent on that'

wrist i I..wan* bIa toga and thlgh.w weakening the I I man's' misfortunes to /
supports so that the arrange was today ten and that '
oar save ;
Y.. fewnpd'CrvIl7.; Tb lash fn aponbovldara. weight of passengers could cans U* kr salad .......w.,. for then war BO may. you tfmorrow. \
:;; .1g .' and, b* abrl.kedand structure to break and fall Into the pr*osdeata. SB* arr. bad witnessed i. an INDISPUTABLE PACT.. ,.r, : "

: Jas; s '...'IlmpCB: *,!wi.tala cL torrent below. He could not otherwise a genuine cue * hypaotlain; those eta w ,. ,,"" ... .,

," ',' _;'" .. ,oQ.. e en reach the spot where the treaav ample she bad seen
,, 'v.jLja", lat* aWa pap.ri) theyAOTlop lay waiting. buffooneries. traTUv hoodwinking ;" 1.1"Ll.wt :.-

,"k addraand to Kath- The elephants would be (broad to act ,eves the .......b 71I la. the appetgaUary '

'. waa tn gmBdnoqBntBn' ford UM rapids below the bridge; ,'.'nu. aIM bad'lead,of _sacs .GROCERIES: :: : It AND'I.PRATfER; ; : ;i ::
+Ed' :CJl Jpeeob la amkaovn to, the vKathlym. .who had by' this ,time ...- Wnalj bat from th* Bam angle with .. ; , .

? -...J'!:athlTB wad It ,with galnad meek of her old oonndno. and which ah*had read the Arablaa Nightstairlstores4 : '.. '! w't r-iti.' .p'- ',i. 1 y4,
\ flat* Jt to. bar buoyancy, declared that she mat 1Ie -' ,./' '.-. ',," ',, !, rit.lTo J "BR"OA"' 'v' ; ; ;;- .
'; titan. car I ; 'fite Delivery to an Parts I Ir:, a .' "' 'Dri" : ;.
to ifsN;'and U but tier. to not first to woes the bridge;,,8h gained . b -.-"" ,Be OoetID.a,"',''l' ,, _. ...... 'rl :'. t.1'-'l''' '" ,\ \., 'il-f, .\, itf'" {: f it.) }f'r.r. '

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'' FRIDAY :JANUARY) :2Z, ,1913' .. .. ," A" THEl; : : ssi. VALLEY.' : :GAZETTE: : .., ft*.t '. ., "N ,

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:'!. cmctnr, COUT.VUT1E ;1171Ur in'cntovrr COURT, '*EYNTU: :JVpl- IK CIRCUIT cOW.T. ETAT. Or' LOH" ; OaDB.. ran rv.iacATioNV: : ;

CXAI cnicvrr or ..L4>Rn>A>iji VIAL CIRCUIT or'FLORIDA, ttt IDA.. SKVUftfTM: "17'DICI"L'ma.. < ri L : .
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"' CUlT. OCCKOLA: <'8U" "*, a rt. *!.!, Fl.rSds. e
..\ ,A.ND ?oa OMCBOLA ODUMTTnrCKAMCERT AND row OSCIDOLA.IJf .VOVW'T" 'l.,.CMAJ CgRY.T *.*_*k .._....... ,ClrmlC. O.e..ela -- .
CHAMCBUtTBILL : ....,. ,
,.0 l' .: . ;jose MEcca;, !. Ckaamry.John. Tampa,. 'Th*. "Payroll : 1 v .

:bLL -'. -: .. De.. .!: ,._...Ia._!.. c Iv ,, -
L : &Arthar B.: >>-i a> Oe lslaa.t, ... : W.- A. .Vi'da.a.p" ..,5.... ...... -............ ,) .
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N1 Parr and D. perry: .,
,-- w B.LL"I'O UU5T TITLE 0........... ., / ,1'
; 5' Defendants
,! .V MILL.TO OtriBt TITUB Benurd. Ilelsa. .ad all ....*_ 'Claim.JuMC It appearing by affidavit penti.Ht'to ft appearing bjr affidavit appended Fla :Jab.-..... ,:..
1> Ot aaa- the' bill filed la the above-stated cause > .. > : : ., .
,.Ksall IPrlead, dTa.ll PartUlaT ... Imtereat<< Under the .e4aard .er.. '
that Utts and Bertha hIs '
r I' W..A. Utts that William' Tampa known lbrou ;
N. ,
faster**to ..... t$* said Bs&ll 0.W.s.Mo . Ilela* ." 0..._..... wife the defendants- therein named art Perry,/the. de., ; -I'J: '
fendant therein '
named is "
a non resU .
., .
Payroll City
: .' Otherwise* Re..e.*eateOROBK -, '............. non-residents of the state .of' Florida. dent of the state of Florida..and Is a S
'ORDER orrUBLIOATIOvrT '' ',. and are residents of Fort. Worth. Texas" residen.tof. Rlchland. state of Waah- oral* preparation' : : ;! : t..
of nrBLioATioiv
.R and are over the age of 'twenty-one .Inirton-And Is over tile age of twenty. tenth annual. O..() '
p:-, All years it Is therefore ordered that ..aldnonre.ld.lit one'ysars'It Is therefore ordered : ; j:,
/,'If' Wh4s* It May Ofcsweml ed:for : on : ;
T ,All WhM.It Mar V.rai { "defendants b and are non-resident defendant be and he Oatparllla ,
''It affidavit appended'tothe ,- It appearing byaffidavit! appended hereby required to appear to the bill of Is hereby required. to appear to the bill desp.rat .:pirates, ; : .:<' :;" '
appearlas- to the bill of \
filed orbs-
j complaint In' theabove complaint filed In said cause on ,
of complaint filed In said,
Bill of filed in tb. abovestated cause on or the Cult Coaat of :.
Complaint stated cause that the following fore Monday .th. 1st day',of February. before Monday the 1st day of March : .. ,.k. .' '.
_u.. that th* Respondent. EmII named Respondent. ,ia.i Bernard Helm. A, D. 1916. otherwise the alterations 116, otherwise the allegations SpanUh Main during ,. 'l_
-0. friend is a non-resident ot th* State I. a non-resident of the State of Florida of said bill will be taken as confessed ot'.atd I""' \
bill will
rot ITlorlda and that his residence is unknown b* taken as confessed of fh. eighteenth and I : :1'
1 and that hi. last known address is by said defendant by said..defendant.It J'' ._ _
and It also eppearlnr from th* "tvn as New York City in the State of2ew It Is further ordered that this'order < Is further ordered. that this order the'. nlnt enth 'cent4irt r ", '\ rh...
." ..aid affidavit tbat tb. ags of the said '
York and It also appearing be wvek for four eon-
A' published. once a be published once a week" for four consecutive 01:, which 4 : 'V
Respondent Is-ovsI tbs a-e of years. said ,
affidavit that the are of the said seoutlve weeks in The Osceola Journal .
weeks In the Klsslmmee
,It Is/therefore, ordered that the said Respondent Is unknown and It appear a newspaper published In said county Oasette ter the New Orleans, 't: I'
newspaper published In :
t'I ,Bon-resldent Respondent herein named tbat) the said bill of complaint seeks and stats.This aid county and state. many amusemeat' < 'f\\,
I b* and is hereby required to appear to relief as against the said Respondent. December 29th A. D $14. lilt (" t._ _
This January IHth. A. IT:, . _ _
th* hill of complaint filed In said cause ,' It Is., therefore, ordered that the ...101DOIre.ldent J. U OV RSTRJDET. 1 J U OV RI'ITREIiT' : the semi-tropics added I ,,0" ,
before the Hule Day In March Ii
-on or Respondent heretofore (Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court. IS 16'inclusive; and .
Clerk ,Circuit Court ,
:i... Du lilt beingthe flrst day of the above named be and he Is hereby required --Beat j JAMES JOllNSTIlN\ t' ".- .
ny celebration the "
..aald month otherwise the allegationsof I *
I' to .PP._ to the bill of complaintlied LEWIS OflIt''ANSolicitor '
;. < the said bill will b* takenas \confessed -< In Said cause on or before the Rule for Complainant_4-lt doo. F. PARKER .Deputy Clerk. extremely low ) :":" '

"It. by the said Respondent Day In February. A. D. 116. beingthe I Solicitor for Complainant IMtOIIItKH points. east of the \: ,,: _
r It U further ordered that this order ; .
first day of said month otherwlae the IN COURT OF COUNTY JDDGH.TATB .f ,
be published once : week for eight allegations' of the said bill will' be-taken OP r LORI DA. Every attraction ot '

-oonseoutlTe weeks J tbe Osoeola Jour aa confessed by the said Reaponaent. In re Estate of I FOIl I'. HI.K'ATKIN. be free, and Tampan ja' ,. .
": nal.a weekly published In
:" newspaper It Is further ordered that this ordenbe
." said County of Osceola and State ot CHRIS KABNNKU Osoeola County. tQ care for 100,000 .14
." i published once a week for four consecutive ,
Notice Is hereby riven to all whom It '
4 Vforlda aad of general circulation In !. weeks In the Onieola Journal that on the 1st day of I Jiirtlrlal ...... . flee days of festlTitjr.QasparUla .
"' .maid County. may conc..rn. I I. a weekly newspaper published In the ills 1 shall apply to theilonorale
March. A. D. fontr. was not
vi Witness the Honorable James WPerkins. said County of Oscsola and State ofFlorida T. M. Murphy Judse of said I In the
Judge of said Court and to fame as Captain
and of general circulation In flnaldlspharge
Court as Judge of J'robwto for my t ,
: and O Wicks. ,
my name a. Cleric thereof the official said Complainant
aa Administrator of the estate the French terror
seal of the said Circuit Xourt
Witness the Honorable James W. I
,. this First day of January. A. D 1116. Perkins Judge of said Court. and of Chrla Kaennel deceased; and Myrtle 8 Wicks Defendant equal In cruelly and :
my that at the same time I will present tosaid
(Circuit J. L. OVBKSTREET.Court name as Clerk thereof and the official Court my final accounts as Administrator It appearing by affidavit appended to his crew robbed and '
Seal As Clerk of the Circuit eal of said Circuit Court this First of eald estate, and ask for their the bill filed In the above-stated cause
Court of Osceola .County. day of January A D 115 approval. that Myrtle a Wicks the defendant merchant ships, .

.. Florida. (Circuit J. Li OVKRSTRKET J. H. HALX.BT. Administrator.Dated therein named I I. a rtsldent of the. Spanish gold and ,
By JAMES M JOHNSTON. Court Heal, As Clerk of trie Circuit Sept. Itth. A. D. 1114. state of Florida and that her actual women whose ,
Deputy Clerk Court of Osceola County. Stateof place of residence Ii unknown HS she ,
JOHNSTON AND CARRE-IT. Florida is concealing! ; herself and Is over the brothers were made
Counsel for Complainant ,4-U By JAMES M. JOHNSTON !. Clrralt t:."r '.00 the Beve.tfc Judicial age of twenty-one year; It Is lh..r.- and And'
Deputy Clerk v........ *f the state ef Florida. fore ordered that said resident defendant -. plank" graves ; :
e. JOHNSTON GARRETT.Coun..1 !. ..* ten Ommtl Commtr. be and she l Is hereby requiredto al beds beneath the .
In Chaarery.Rill. appear to the Mil of complaint HiedIn ,
for Complainant. 4-2t Orerboard with the f\\.
III CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTh JUDICIAL to 1st day of March. A 1)", mi. othvrwlm- the women wan ;
IN CIHCtIT COURT. 9HVKNTII JUDICIAL Lydia Butler. Complainantvs. the allegations of said; bill will l be taken mand to his crew and
COUNTY as confessed. by acid defendant
CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA IN Charles R Campbell Anna D Babbit. It In further ordered thatthlaorder beautiful but ,

AND FOIL OBCBOLA COUNT% Robert C. Denny Walter B. Denny. be published once a week for four ronBecutlvn a long time In an
Arthwr H.
IN CHAKCKR1. Julia Denny. all of the aforesaid par- weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley .
.ra.. tire Respondent being descendantsand nacelle. a newspaper published In and well-fortified' .

BILL TO ,UIMT TITLBSfiaUl Arthur II:. DenesreM, ('._pl.I..... heirs at law of Charles G C..pbell. said county and state: Isle on which the I _ _
deceased and alt other partiesclaiming Thin January 2oth, A. U. 1915.
O. Prlea>.. ." all Parties Claimlas tersHsBILL. Interests In the lands In this J. U OVRR8TREKT Boca Grande stands

; aa lateraat V.der the said Itall 10 uriKT TITlE mil described under the said Charles Clerk Circuit Court his crew were finally' ,
... (I. Campbrll deceased or otherwise; By JAMEs.: M JOHNSTON .
Bernard .1 and All Peraeiia Claiming the
hanged by
O. er Olkerwlse Resas
rrttmj dcBt.
and Emma F. R. Campbell sole sur Deputy ClerkJohnston ;.
ORDBR OF PUBLICATION as Interest ader the said Bernard vivingdevisee of C. S. Hart deceased A ilarrettHollcltors I American gunboat In .

R.._. .r otherwise, Respondents for Complainant R-4t time peace has reigned .

T. All W.._ It'Slay CeMeerai Re..t.. To All ORDER Whom OK It May PUBLICATION.Concern: tars except during tbe :

It appearlnsr from the of O III)Kit OK PUBLICATIONTe It appearing, by affidavit appendedto POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. troop-embarking days .
complaint filed in this u.othn.tb the Hill filed In the above stated I'
are parties Interested All \Vhem It May Craeerai cause that the Defendants, Charles B American War. For .

Involved In this suit ntbt'h : theknown It appearing from the sworn bill of Campbell Mrs Anna D Babbit RobertC FOR MAHHHAI.(OI.I.KCTOrt.AM TAX the ghost of Qaspartlla

respondent, and that the names complaint flied In this cause that there Denny. Walter B. Denny and JuliaDenny tom crew have alts ;

of such parties so Interested are unknown are parties' I Interested In the property and Emma: F R Campbell In annouiiolnit myself a candidate before I ;
therein. named nonresidents. of coming Is
to the. complainant and that relief Involved In this suit other than the the city democratic. white prlm-
I. said bill known and that the of Florida. the last known address such .. of the
prayedjn of complaint respondent names arv, for the office of marshal and taxcollector I people
and rtsldence of each of said .
against such unknown respondents It of such partieso tntereflted. are unknown of Klsslmmee. I desire te say alone capable of
is, therefore, ordered that all parties to the complslnant and that relief Respondents being given In said affidavit that If e will nil the position _
claiming Interests In the following; described Ie prayed In nald bill of complaint as followsCharles : without 1 favor towards any This year the
real property situate In the against such. unknown respondents it B. Campbell. -----. class of cltlBens and will uphold tbe attractive than ever, .
County of Oaceola and Sate of Florida. la. therefore ordered that all parties I n ':. Colo ; Mrs. Anna law In every Instance , f
D. Broadway. New YorkCity to residents of j "
to-wit: The Northwest Quarter of the claiming Interests In the following Robert 1 4-tf GEORGE W OVKRSTRKET _
Northeast Quarter of Section Three In scribed property situate In the County : C. DennFarandale 1- ___, Among' the features '
Township 16 Range It East or Oicuola and State of Florida* to'wit: Ave.. Bloomfleld. N. .1.V.lter: B. 11 1 I
of ..eSoI.f& n. do appear to The West Half of the East Half and the Denny 110 Woodlawn Ave, Oberlln FOR MAYOR. attraction will be

the complainants bill of complaint East Half df the West Half of Section 0.; Julia Denny 1S1 Speedwell Ave, In which allegorical .
herein fled on or before the Rule D.yAt. 11 In Township It South of Range I* bell ----- MorrlstoWn. N. JMorrlstown I hereby announce myself as a candidate will t "
N. J. Emma F. R beauty pass
Camp- for re-election to the efflce of
.. April. A. D. lilt being the 6th day East of Tallahassee Meridian. do appear .oI : ,
said month elsa the said bill will to the Complainant Rill of Complaint and It further appearing by affidavit mayor of the city of KlaslmmeeX Subject of the city; maneuvers

taken aa confessed against such re- herein flied on or before the Rule that the ages of the said Respondents to the action of the democratic In the harbor and of .
spondents.And Day in April. A. D. Kit. the same being; Is unknown: white primary . _ _
It I. further ordered that this the 6th day of said month. else the said It Is. therefore ordered. That the 4..,. H R MAT. troops aeroplane : f .

order be published once a week for 12 bill will be taken as confessed against said nonresident Respondents herein firework display, i ,
pnsacutlv weeks In the Osoeola Journal them. above named be. and they. are hereby i
TOR AND TAX boat street "
racing : ,
a weekly newspaper published ln And It Is further ordered that this required to be and appear to the Bill COLLECTOR. :
the said County of Osceola and of general order be published once a week for of Complaint I said MOM orbefore sand of gaily ; :

circulation In said County. 11 consecutive weeks In the Oaceola Monday day of .. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate 'many nation, music by I '
A. I).. 1.11I otherwise the
Witness the Honorable James W. Journal. a weekly newspaper published ; for re-election to the office of '
Perklna. Court and In said Coun and of general clrculatlon said Bill will be taken as confessed ican and Cuban .
my y marshal and tax collector of Klsslmmee -
fr' lda _ _
name as Ctrcult'.Court. the official In said county. bYIt. d Respondents subject to the action of the democratic American Spanish .0"I
seal of the said this First Witness the Honorable James W.Perkin. Is further ordered that this order. white primary. It again honored German club and
day of January A. D Ifl6J ... Judge of nald. Court and my be published once a week for four Consecutive with the office I will do In the
: I : OVKR8TREKT. name as Clerk thereof and the official we"" In the Valley dasette.. future .. In the past: perform the alaS feature

As Cl.rk of the Circuit Court. seal of the said Circuit Court this First a newspaper; Published In said OsceolaCounty duties and obey the laws to the b..tof To the tourist and "
(Circuit Osceola CountyFlorida day of January. A. D. 1916.J State of Florida my ability 1
Court Seal) L. OVER8TREET. This. the 8th day of -Januarj A. I).. 4-tf FLOTD TISONHOTICB. principal attraction ,

By IA1IE8.H. JOHNSTON. As Clerk of the Circuit CourtClr..ult 1916 of Eden" exhibition of
Oscenla County Florida. (Official Seal Circuit Court )
Deputy Clerk. (
JOHNSTON Seal) J. L. OVER8TREBT. vegetables and other .
OAR REITT. Court "
Counsel for Complainant 4-10t By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. CierkCircult Court. product on the court "
Deputy Clerk. JOHNSTON"*" GARRETT. Notice Is hereby given that the Undersigned '

JOHNSTON"A" GARRETT. Solicitors. tot ComplaInant.4t as guardian of. Francis Lamar Tampa. This
Counsel for Complainant 4-10t Rush a minor, will make application anything of the kind \

ORDER_ .OK n _PUBLICATION.Cewrt. _ _u for to the Hon T. M. Murphy ;
la Clrorit C..rt the Seventh Je>d| any eml-troplcal or
i.I '.t... ef Florida. ADMINISTRATION HOTICR. | rial (.......t e f the Mate ., Florida county ht probate Judge sitting Osceola, on the county.Ilth Florida day of country. '

wrath. "J.dlvtal (.......1'. 0-... I. and. for Oweota Ce..ty. A. D. l. at 1* ,
le. o'clock
.... February a. President Woodrow 1 '
Cet7h. .' N.lee ef Administrator for Final DI. ( .ry. : .
m., or as soon thereafter a* said I
> !. Chaaeery. charge. I. :*.>r* ..f Ceaety jBdse.Oeela Rill te tl.... Title.Ly4ia can be heard, for an order application -! urged to attend tbe *

,Kate"Yates, 'Complainant. Ceuatyt Klerlda. Butter LUthorlsIn* the undersigned aa South Florida his winter '

Henry S,. >, 'Tates.. ::'Defendanttpearinby- vs. L -__.. In' re Estate of-R. Lobr. Charles B. Campbell ComJlalnant.:: Anna D Babbit. ian the one-half aforesaid undivided to sell at Interest private of"ard.1 year, and noted : _

,":" "It 1' affidavit! appended to Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt Robert C Denny. Walter B Denny. minor. Francis Lamar Rush In eign diplomats bare ""..
the bill filed In, the above-stated cause may concernS that on the 16th day of Julia Denny all of the aforesaid parties the following: d..crlb..dJand In Os has In the '
that Henry Tates. the defendant therein July A. I).. 1916. I shall apply to Honorable respondent heinZ descendants and ceola county Florida. Tampa past _ _
named le a nonresident of the stats T. M Murphy. judge of said heirs at law of Charles O Campbell, Block 84 of the Florida Land and I tamed a larger number
of Florida and Is a resident of Whlg court. as judge of probate for my final deceased : and all other parties claiming Improvement com pan '. addition to the ed American and 'i
ham. Grady county state of Georgia, discharge as administrator of R Ix>hr. ; Interests In tho lands In this Bill city of Klsslmmee Fla. ,
over the age of twenty-one year.; It deceased and that at the same limn descrltifd under th.' said Charles O .1. EMORY. RUSH I other Southern city (. _ _
I* therefore ordered that said nonresident I will present to said court my final Campbell deceased. or otherwise; and Guardian of Francis Lamar Rush to visit the section -
defendant be and Is hereby required accounts as administrator nf aid ..11-1 Emma F K Campbell. sole surviving Dated. Klfislmmne Fla. January 1C.1'JIS .
winter .
tate for their apProval. I are -
to to the bill of com devisee of C B Hart deceased Re- 4-4t
plaint filed.rpe.r, cause on or before Dated January IAD.. 1915.V1tLlAM spondentsOIIDKIt Preparations have
< ,
Monday. the let day of March A. D IXJHH ----- NOTICE TO PROPERTY made for housing and
t 6mo .
ill;. otherwise the allegations of sal4bill .AdministratorOTI OK IM'Bl.lf ATlOi.. .
number of titan -
will be taken as confess by said - - --- --- OWNERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTYI I people "'
defendant \ <'K OF 'I""C'.IIJ1\iT.' I To All Whom It May ConcernIt has ever entertained

It I. further ordered that this order TO t.. nil'>N. AM!' > AIL 01 II Kit1JVTKHKH1KI appearing. from the sworn Bill of
Complaint tiled In this that there will be at 'the following named
be published once a week for four consecutive ) l-AIIIIK.Hl cause ...
weeks In the Jtisslminee Vallay nrt* persons interested. In the property I precincts on dates (given below for the I \O1MK OK TO<- '
In Notice la hen'by Kl\.n that I. I I.. HInicrnin Imnlird In thin. suit. other than the MKKTIX41.Nolle. !
Gazette a newspaper. published sheriff of OHCI'ula uunty stat known n"lIpund'nt.. and that the purpose of receiving tax returns on I
aid county and stateThis of Florida have this cla\. levied writ nf ,,, both real and I '.. Is. 1 ..
January the 7th. A. D. 1915 a namt such raone so Interested I personal property: _ _ _
of attachment Issued In I the suit of John unknown atorkhulrlern of the !.
(Circuit Court Seal) nn- to the Complainant; and Precinct No. 2, Shingle! Creek Jan- ;
.1. U OVRRSTRBF.T: Pay' against CV. Bruns now pendingIn that relief la prated In said Bill of will hold their annual .
the circuit courfof the uary 29Precinct. ofTtte of the ,
Clerk Circuit Court I Seventh Jud- Complaint nitHlnnt such unknown Respondents I .company
O. F. KRIBBS Jriat olrcult In and for Ottceola: rount>.. : I No.3, Campbell Station I ('la. J'cl.i'mary !. 191& '

Solicitor for Complainant. S-4t Florida upon the following scribed It Is. therefore ordered That allpartl..1l January 30.Precinct 5-21 J. I). \ ( ) \
property, situated In Osreola ciunty.State claiming an Interest In and to I
of Florida more particularly described the following described. property situated :I No.4, St. Cloud, Feb. 1. :k I'
as follnxt. to-wit: In the* County of Onceola a"d''1 Precinct No 5. Crabgrass, Feb. 8. NOTICE.N.tlee : "o '
tit.. CIRCUIT COURT. K\ KM fll JUDICIAL All fractional section one (1). all State of Florida. to-wlt Precinct No 6, Whittier Feb. 4. l I.. hereby given '
OK KI.OHIUA IN frnetlonnl section ten eleven lo qualify to vote. In
CIRCUIT ((10)) ((11) Lot three of Block "A' otV.. A. 9 Feb. '.d'
Precinct No. 5.
,, l twilxe Alger, all must be i
AND FOR OSCKHU.A coi's'r' n< (ill) all section thirteenIS Patrick and .1. P Hug-hex Additionto 1 I poll taxes
( ). all fractional s.ctlon fourteen the town of Klaslmmee CJty Osceola Precinct No.7, Bassengrer. Feb. 7. fore Katurday February i iT. \ 'V
IN CHANCURl.Arthar (14). fifteen and sixteen (16) the 4-tt <1
( ( north'nit County. Florida;; according to Precinct No. 8, Narcoosee, Feb. 10.
<< ; .. t quart (N E 1 I-4)) of the northwestUartnr the Plat of said Addition on file In 1 Precinct No. 10 Reedy Creek February \
H. D.nrgsstsanplslne. :
<| ( :'oJ. 13 1-4 of NV. 14 south the office of the Clerk of the Circuit I
veresu half of the noithwest quarter (S 1-2 of Court for Orange 11.Precinct. :
'' County ofwhich
BILL TO uuinrr 'VITLKEdwin N \\ 1-4). And Routh half of sectionacenteen said County the said lands No. J. Kusimmec, all Pile Cured In 6 to _
((8 1.2 of Sue 17), all intownship were, st said date of Your drnrcln'! will refund
M. Randall Sarah. True, flllna said Plat through month of March., I
tw"nl-.I" (2fi) south range OINTMENT: fall to cure ..
a part; said lot lying; In the Southcast /
Trery, her h.....d. and all |..rr thirty-one (Ill) east contaIning acconlInx quarter of the Southeast quarter 4-5t WM. I. BARBER I Sited Bleeding.....Mldl.. '

tWee .......1. l.tere.t. uxler the saidadeBts t<, the United States surveys In the of Section Twenty-one. of Township Asaesor of Taxes Osceola Co. Tb. application gives
state of FlorIda. B.765.90 ncrsituated I
_..... ...._ *r. 5.......I.e. In tactola, county. Jo'iorlda."c..ptlnle. Twenty-nine Twenty-five East of!South' Tallahassee Ha nice ._ r
- -- -
- -- -- ; and servtnK however, out of the Meridian Osceola County Florida. i ,
above described premise twenty (20) I oooooooooooo.oooo oooooo. ooooooooooo
ORDER OK PUBLICATIONT do appear to the Complainants Bill of : .J
acres on easterly shore of I.vOnk _
Complaint herein filed on or before the
lake now used and
Improved as A 1 "
7th day of April. A. C. lIlt, else the f'
All Wheat It May O*.eer.i bsnniia plantation .
saljS Bill will be taken as confessed.And .
-Pl I.. If INORAM.8h..rlll' i
It the sworn bill of
appearingfront It I. farther ordered that thl.ord..r ',
of Osceola
complain Iliad In this cause that there County Florida be published once a week for _
o ,are parties Interested in--the property twelve consecutive weeks In the Val- FCJR: SAI ',

.4, Involved In this suit other th.n'the NAHTKR'H BALK' ley dasette, a newspaper published In .
known ... Respondent and that the said County of Osceola. State of Flor . '.
Barnes of such parties so Interested are lender. and by virtue of a final decree ida. and of general circulation In said '
i Unknown to the Complainant. and that rendered by the Honorable James W. County I
,relief is prayed In the said bill of complaint Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judicial Witness the Honorable' James W. si I
against said unknown Reepond'eats. Circuit! of the State ot Florida In and Perkins. Judge of said Court. and my
0 It, la.,therefore OKDERKD- that for the County of Oeceola. In chancery Clerk thereof and the official Several! bungalow homes located close in. arranged '
.all 'parties claiming an Interest In the BlttlnK. on the I3rd day of December seal.'eor.said Circuit Court this the Ith ( 1 :
following: described real property Jltu- 1914 In a certain cause wherein Ira day o/ January A. I)., ItlS and convenience at catchy prices with immediate .
SAc la the County of Osceola and StAte H. THUm is complainant. and John P. (Official Heal Circuit Court.)
Florida' to-wlt Tb. Northeast Quar- Jones et .1 defendants; I. O. F. Krlbba.SpeclaL J. U OVKR8TRKET. ,V',4
r of the Northeast Quarter of Section Master In Chancery will sell Clerk Circuit Court Also a fine ten-room two-story house for rent or saje ., c ,

Jn Township XT 'South of Range *1ist at public outcry to thfe highest and JOHNSTON "A" OARHETT,
of TsHlahasaee Meridian. do appear best bidder. for caah.....wlthln. the legal Solicitors for Compl.ln.nt.Ut gain price on favorable terms of payment. : '
the Complainants bill of complaint hours of sale, on the flrst Monday Jn .

'S _"or before. bbs Rule Day In April. A. February 191S same being the nut 'UH 0 0 000 00.0 OO OOO++ We also have a 280-acre farm close to railway town \ _
D.' 1114V th. same "beingth* lib day of day of said month and la a legal sales __

: said 'month, else the said bill will be day. In front of the Court House of country road. telephone line for sale on favorable terms. ,
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I j.taken as confessed against them. Oeceola County. Florida. the City of ,
1 f Ana_ It -1.' further ORDERED that Kisslmmee; the following described. siderable improvement and a fine place for a small :
this order'".be published one a lands, tenements and hereditaments j f .
week loriS consecutive weeks la the .ltu.t.lylnc,i and being In the Countyof I Real !state! Aoency. I ij proposition.We I $ _

,Osceola ,vJournat.: a. weekly newspaper Oaoeola and State of Florida same uuIssoe.. \ ,'"
;published'in the:said County of Osceola more particularly described as foliows- : .

and, of rvneral. clroulatlon la said Lot Number Thirteen (II) and Lot !, Realty boufht and sold. .also have several orange groves and truck farm "
County. 'h : r.-. Number Fourteen (14). In Block Sixty- . '
i:. Wltns.;.the; '. Honorable',' James W. sins (It). In the. town'of Saint Cloud I' House'rented: '" ' .' ,' | '- prices and want to 'correspond with you. S .

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5. 'name aa qierk hrof. and,the officialusal loa' _rdID" to> tbe Plat of Bald town ; Taxe paid aad-TUle verified .
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lenCda'la Itakt ':happy vein.v:& \j t tComrd..Rfch'of "other'when 'called back., '' O.. ee eo Vo. Wt, 0 < ) ,, 'OOfHi : : '
"'.4' .. "- !J+ the 1SU IlltnoU, Recitation, by: Miss AUna Moon., -, < I
: thinks be came to the Recitation' No. 2, by .)( W. L. T
's"I'J'! I" la a doctor, but .; n.\ N'E ''Want'Ad
': "" wrong place to practice medicine: He Pierce, : I $.'t
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, ,,"i," i. ,. ,. aid Be halls from the home of Lin.. All then sane the Star' Spangled ,
f; , ..,......_(Anba' .'., coIn Logan and. Grant, and feels Banner' and adjounfment was takenontllSaturday Fair ,, . . ,
',, 'mvrorement club wet proud -of the fact' He Irk a us for January 23. i Play'M MarketWe .
, 'A 'W our church life and climate'and', says Epworth League'' FOR 8 .LE-One of th. finest rrcWla
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t) the r snat2 p.were its one of the finest places on ,earth The Epworth league of. the.'M.' E. ", Osceola, county located only,on* ?
o, ';r d v5cL. The yearly to''llve.' ,J church held,,.a 'home. missionary '.r- .' want ye* te trtr'en/Meat*. We-wa t yen t e.nm mmA M mtaaer ..? mil* from rity'limits.. Pu
., .. tiOD bs ltelJ an recep-C. A. IVa. gh.>rtlnVr of th 17th W: vice Sunday Ug ,t tnft rrfarhlng foe rats.: We wet ye. .. test.ear low Cash Prices and compare acres of beat citrus land;' twenty:
1igirnh close friend of our townsman, hour, giving, facts and conditions as la '
__ .. of 26. II a acre splendid bearing trees. Finest
&,:number'of new* hare C. C. Cottrell, and says we grow learned from the study of the Epworth tree',with' ether" -' .(:. .' ,variety, of fruit. You can gt': 'l
_ been Added-to'the-,library.. young here'and show more hospitality League Study' Book' "The Frontier." ":-' ,this grove' direct from tb owner'
here than any place he knows of. Meeting was opened by singing:followed and tare real-estate commissions
r 'MrealMli.r BteoUoM: of officers Was In:order. and a.,F. Smith said be had been delegated by prayer' by. Brother Fortney, -.-:. WE, TRY .TO 'LEASE YOU, ,.*,' I'' .. Address Box 427..KJsslmme, Fla. i r
r' Thompson was electedpreette by L L. Mitchell post 'to'Caffor after 'which' the*psalter for the evening .... .1 ?' y
,,, **; Mr. Mary George, first seven lady volunteers to divide the was read. The Scripture lesson DWELLINGS' lor",rent,",-opply to I(.
ro via president Mr*. William. Hall second bale of Cotton into small souvenirs from Isaiah 85 w.'read' by Brother Tiller'C:
Ne whether want PorterhoMe?Sirioia Round !Flank :
vice-president} Mrs. Lamson, proceeds to go to the hall fund, Frank. A very' interesting and Instructive matter yea or to
third ''vice.. president);' Mr. Every but promised to give a part of it to paper on !"Westward Ho and we sell you" the best at the lowest cash price and you get 16 ouncer FOR HAL&t-. ix room ,home,-corner:
\fourth'...vice president;;"', Mrs. Annette the chair fund. These ladies volun- the Missionary Call" was read by with .each peu L- We Livite your trade. Penfleld'and Randolph street' '
Smith, aeeretarMr. Mollie Eppen.Auer teered to serve: Mrs.. Marskle, Mrs Kathleen Goff; paper, God's Plan and Chas. Thompson. 4-4tpd ,
,treasurer; Mrs.'. Depew corresponcUne'aeeretar.and Randall Mrs. DePew, Mrs Adams, Our Responsibility bsb the Discovery Price now are VERY LOW to come in ,
; I Mr*. L. C.paugbtrt Mrs. Furman, Mrs. Currier and Mrs, and Settling of the Pacific Coast, 'by FOR RENT OR SALE-T'o..t.q!:
,:press,correspondent Bledsoe. Nina Dutton; paper, The Foreigner Saturday and Select your Sunday dinner. store building on Brack St.:, ,North tf''
Jt '.After: the election' Mrs. Mrs. W. L. Pierc$ here took hold of in the West, by Miss Holden; song -Klsstmmee. H. C. Stanford, 29-tf
gave .an amusing rdtatlon entitle I II the social hour and gave the following: by the choir; paper The Indians and 1v
Jimmle Tended the Baby." Mrs. excellent program to the edification of Our Duty Toward Them, by Dan WANTED-Orders for e'pre.I'field ,
I ,"' ;{McKay. gave, an interesting talk on Armstrong; paper; Mormon ism, by JOE POWERS her boxes A Prices: right. Oscoela Lum-'
her work for the Key league after an.Male quartet, Four Farris brothers. Mrs. GofT; song by choir; paper on Furniture Co. 29-tf
'; ':which a reception wa.llven for Judge They pleased! the audience so well a 'Foreign Missionary Work Done at STRAWBERRY PLANTS--Send $2.60',.
1 ,and Mr*.' by all second '; b-'r'hRd; to be given Home, by Kittle Marsh; paper, The for Cabbage plants at. $1.60.' .
present ',Adjournment was taken to Recitation, "Aunt Patience's Dough- Call of the Frontier to the Church, by No. 12 Darlington Avenue Pea plum pear and cherry: trees :'
: ((, meet.the first Wednesday in February. nuts," by Mrs Stanley. Mrs. Nighswonger. Mr. Willis ably at 10 to 16 cents each. John Light.. ;
l n ,The Priseilla Club. Vocal solo, "My Volunteer," by Mrs. discussed some questions on the sub- < + foot, E. Chattanooga, Tenn. 48-tf; q
"i t' :The'' Priseilla club met on Friday, Johnson. She responded to deafen- ject. Song by the choir, after which :
January .K, with Mrs. An son McGill. ing applause by Hinging "Taps" In a dismissal was had by the benediction. FOR RENT-8-room residence for ', '
e *- ',After i a' short business sssion the very charming manner. She is an accomplished Personal Notes. aa r ,ot ; et ...e..,... .N nished, $15 room, :,
a II meeting '''was turned over to the hosI I musician and an adopted Mrs. Woodard, wife of G. W. Wood- I $9. E E. Wells, real estate and in. 'r'
e '" ::tess for the social hour. The "stunt" : daughter of the :)9th) and 41st Illinois ard, died at her home Sunday, Jan- snrance, 202 Broadway. :r
1 was -to name the books of th Bible. regiments nnd St. Cloud feels' proudof uary 17, at 2 p. m. Funeral serviceswere i$
,/Miss, Evan won first prize, a salad her held in the M. E. church Tues- DROPHEAD SEWING machine in f4\?;
d j bowl;,,'/while Mrs. Fred Kenney won Recitation, "Hohonlmden," Mrs Da- day at 10 a. m, sermon preached by perfect running: order price $5. i'i
consolation prize and after dainty refreshment vies. Rev Northrop. Mr. Woodard has the You Need a Tonic also improved four burner asojine, ,iJ
., were servedthe club adjourned Song, "Two Little Hoys" Edith sympathy of the community in his range, cheap. 901 Mabbette St. ''i.'.

for two weeks. llarrod She generously sang an Ixreavement. There arc Mmes in every woman's life when she NOTICE.The .

t Veteran Association. I I needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. partnership between myself and
,; ,: }L, The Veterans' association met as l I I When that time comes to you you know what tonicto Frank Westfall has been dissolved by t'
., J usual at 2 p. m., Saturday, Jan. New Subscribers take-Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is com- mutual consent. All obligations and r :
(j1914; wth Charman Kenney 16'1 Telephone i posed of purely vegetable ingredients which act debts have been assumed by the said
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Yt 1" 'Invoked the Meaning of God on the I 251-K Anthony, Ida (col.), res.------------------ I gently yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs for any debts contracted.responsible
l deliberations.! Thn records of the ln tmeeting i 236-W Scales, Miss, res.----------------------Cape" Breeze I and helps build them back to strength and health.It Itpd L. T. SWORDS, *
were read and approved has benefited thousands and thousands of
i ( wailing
Newcomers introduced, Captain: 157 Ban, Frank office _ _ pn. noBroadway women in its past half century of wonderful TOMATO PLANTS-For sale 6,000-
Howland! Co. K, 3d Ohio cavalry said I 236-W Carver Mill _ _ __ _
t ? rei. ._ ._ _ -- -- __Cape Breeze j : success, and it will do the same for you. 000 Livingston's Globe, grown on
tt'was cold, frosty and disagreeable 294-R Cuter M. D. truck virgin soil. $1.25 M. also head-
gardens--------------Bermuda & Oak per ;
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can't make mistake in
Cal., to a taking
all the from San Diego,
: St.'Cloud way, but that be and his wife I 145 Cole H. E., jeweler and optometrist ____ n_n_--__Broadway R.quarters Davis,for Bartow sweet, Fla.potato slips.6-6tpd J.

., met with a warm reception on their I Ir' 191**" Crowder M. J._ -- _ __ _ -_ __- __Oakland Farm I ti
arrival in our midst and they are IJ' I 294-J Driffers, Harley rei._ _ . __Ingram FOR SALE-Buick racer in first class S
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indeed'u. more than pleased to be with 245 Fair Play Market . . -- ----_-_ -___- ___- .Darlington condition. Robert Tahlheimer Nar- i

Jerome Currier, 3d Michigan cavulry 291 Family Shoe Store_ . -- _- -___ _-_____..Broadway coosee. 6-2t
and wife, told how they went to 285-R Goodman, Jim, ref.-------- _________ n__ __ ___Mabbette HOUSEKEEPER WANTED good
''t Mobile, Ala., but were dissatisfied so 178 Harmon W. H., res.----------------- - __._ ,_Main Woman's TonicMiss colored housekeeper who will take
( came to see the Wonder City. of two small children
f Comrade Jones. Co. C, 2fith Indiana 124-R McCool, W. A., tee-----------------------------Emmett Amelia Wilson R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., care middle-aged weman need; only apply.J. settled .

: ,I told about a deal he made in pies in 225-W McGahee, W. J., res. _ -___ ___-__ -_____- says: "I. think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth C. Washington, 919 Aderhold
!I, the He which and did Mrs.him Jones credit likes UK our a ,, 109-R Partia, Henry, res----------------------- for women. Before I began to take Cardui I was I street. 6-ltpd

t* climate and people. They will be nf. 154 Parlor Grocery Store ___u _-nnu u _ . _. .Broadway so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy .
ty years married next August 2S2-R RoKff R. J., res.-- - _____ ______-______-_-_-__-__Brack: spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and FOR SALE-Household, on account goods of moving at bargain -
'L 1>. Wood Co. F, 115th Ohio, said 126 Thomason Mrs. F. G.__ __ _ ______________ _____Orlande as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." away.prices R. E. Sewell, 907 Emmett r.

;4 he where never met as sociable people any 147-2 Van der' Meersdi: Andre rei.__---- _-______-_____Lakeshorc Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. St. 6-ltpd ;t.",

.(. J.' T.: English, Co. D, 9th Pa. cavalry 30 Warner, D. G., office____ ._ _- ______ _-__Citizen* Bank Bid,. Has Helped Thousands. The OuMne That Den !Not Affect Tfce Heatf I
.? i i. a near nejrhbor to our ex-mayor, 794-W Wagner D. G., re.-------------------------- B cana. of IU tonic and .....U.. die<<, LAIA'I\ 1

I .r t tJo.,,* but. still Hardin has, and a warm said spot Joe in Is bin sick heart now 151 Wearer P. K., re._ n.. ____________________-__Mabbette Ot"t< III >M< >M< TIVK BROMO..d doe QOININBI not cattae better ttenrcraancaa than ordinary 1''1;0.1Qa'.e '\

f ,for St.; Cloud. He spoke at some 147 Wheeler Mrs., res.___ n un__________________n__Church look rinrtac lot In the head.......t.Remember... DC B. the W. fall Sic. "".. .
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