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 29, 1915
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00683
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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:y LOCAL FISH COMPANIES ARE NOW SEINING IN NINE'LAKES AND"THE' _

KISSIMMEE RIVER CATCHING FROM 100 TO '".000 POUNDS OF,''

+ ,vx' FRESH FISH AT ONE HAUL-MAT''BUILD NEW PACKING'HOUSE'

Plans For Coming Year Russians and Teutons in FOR BETTER HANDLING OF THE FINNY' TRIBE.' .

With the frequent rains this winter the fish business of Kisalsnmee
Is coaching back nito its old tine place importance.. Some years
Point to Bigger ThingsTAYLOR Death Grip KUslmmee w..the shipping point'for most of the fresh. Water fish are in
the state but until recently the industry has been neglected for 'so long,, '
that Fort Lauderdale took first place In the fish
k business This was pow
GERMANS
TO OPEN ANOTHER HAVE RENEWED ATTACKS
ed
the fact
partly by that Fort Lauderdale had better water transpor.
GROCERY-KISSIMMEE PACK- ON SOISSONSSNOWIN tation from the lake ,than ,. tae condition Is
ING CO. A NEW ALSACE PREVENTS SEVERE
now being reversed. much to the
advantage of Klsalmmee
We ROW have
PERSONS BUYS FIGHTING DURING WEEK. :
CONCERN-I a better stage of water thanfor two years past and the raiaa keep sip

Gi M. Taylor the well Great battles have developed in Ga- with enough frequency to insure thatwater transportation all the way,
l'; has taken a partner into his business licia along the hundred mile front to to Lake.Okeechobee and points beyond will be possible' for many months-:, ..
and will begin at once to increase his skirting the Carpathians, which may coma.It ?-a
interests in the city, by opening up mark the turning point'of the eastern .... is now possible to. get fish here w.rm.r'.prln weather-these barges' '
another store and probably a third in campaign. The Russians and Teu- from east Lake Tohopekallga, Cypress will be loaded to capacity-every trip.. '
\ the near future. Geo. P. Cone of I! tons attach the highest importance to Hatchenaba, Lake Kissimmee, Livingston and.Tyson are also increasing -*
Jacksonville, a nephew of Mr. Taylor's the outcome. Thus far there is no indication ENOCH BIENERT HERZBERG. J. HARVE BURCKHALTER, Lake Jackson Lake Marion Lake theirrope ana now that the '
and a young man with considerable concerning the result which Age four rears; son of Mr. and Mrs. Age three years son of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Lake Rosalie and Lake Walk- high water enables alb'| the hauling to
business experience particularly in probably is still in the preliminarystage. F. Heraberg. J. T. Bnrckhalter.: in-water, these last three being In be done on the lake This firm does
the wholesale line /has bought an In- Fighting I. progressing in Bu- Polk county, and also from the Kit* a big business also,. buying from many p
terest in the business and hereafter kowina which is another phase of the simmee river. crews and shipping great quantities. of S
will be associated with Mr. Taylor at Atntro-German movement. to drive. the The fishing Industry her is one of fish to many of the Important fish. ''
the Stewart avenue store. Russians back to their territory. Brick Work on Orlando' the largest sources of income in this markets In the states named.- '
This week they also bought the Germans have. renewed their assaults I' section many crews of fishermen being Kissimmee benefits several ways f;
Ollar grocery store stock on Mabbette upon Soissons, where they recently at work all.the time and disposing by this big industry. AU of the supplies -', Y.
street and on next Monday will take won a decisive victory. Snow Road to Begin at OnceOrlando of-their catches to the local fisheries for the men in the Urge seining
charge of that store and operate it prevents severe fighting in Alsace. I whicb'do a big wholesale buslines crews are purchased from local mere.
on the same' lines that the Stewart I in other states. FI.h.... shipped ChaDt&f
avenue store is run and is proving so GERMANS{ LOST 600 Fla., Jan. 29.-Work on, that road proves to have been for from here to Georgia, Alabama,
Successful. They are also figuring on KILLED IN 30 MINUTES the county brick road system will begin ,. bone The Interest accrued on the North and South Carolina, Arkansas, '
a lot in north Kissimmee on which to next week, provided the bond from June to December which Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,-Ken. POWELTWSTSFOR
...h r et a modern store building for a Petrograd, Jan. 29.-Germans broke money arrives, and there is every reason the county saved gave the commissioners tucky, Tennessee, Nebraska, Kansas,
!!rd grocery store. | through the Russian lines and took to believe that it will be here in a enough money to carry out New York and Pennsylvania. There ,. "
sa Mr. and Mrs. Cone moved from the trenches on Bzura river near So- day 4Ir two. the original scheme for building fifty are from ten to fifteen and more barrels 1
Jacksonville to Kissimmee this week chaczew Tuesday Later they were Mr. John Copeland of the Alabama seven miles. of fish shipped out from hen [
j :and will locate permanently here. He driven therefrom by bAyonet charges. Brick Paving company, is on the The Southern Clay Manufacturing daily by express and in addition dur- ;: FLORIDA
..lis a graduate of the Jacksonville bus- At Atlanka, two miles north the Germans ground and ready to go to work. The Co., of Chattanooga, will build threeof ing the early spring and summer
L\; fness college> and has had several lost 600 killed in a thirtyminutebattle. company will pave the Orlando-Kis- the roads, R. M. Hudson of Atlanta months carload. are shipped regularly -ifj
f years' experience in wholesale houses simmee road. The road will be ex- will build the Zellwood road and each week by refrigerator' freight; WORLD-WIDE TRAVELER SATS',
*> -of that city.KISSIMMEE. (For Additional War News See Page tended to the county line, says Mr. as stated Mr. Copeland's company will to St. Louis and Kansas. The nsh STATE'S CLIMATE IS UNSURPASSED -' fi
Copeland and all the worry that was build the other. All are ready to go 'sent by express are all p.ekecl..in -.:.THE OPPORTUNITY s
Three. .
I. PACKING CO. \.. ) had some time ago over the possible, to work, and the forces will probably ice and!. sent fresh. The varieties of "TO; 'MAKE 'IT PLAYGROUND.
cutting off of four or five miles of I I begin next week. fish caught here channel '
: \ DOES are cat,
WHOLESALE BUSINESS
1: 'Mr. 'William( S.'Powell, retired bus
( HERE ARE SOME REAL croppie, speckled perch, sunfish or
..t The Parlor Market on Broadway it bream black bass or trout, grass pike local 'man'.nd world-wide traveler,
branching out into an' extensive Busineess Conditions in or pickerel. There are also great was a visitor in the .Tuesday and
:' wholesale business under the name of LIVE FISH STORIESVisitors quantities of turtle taken from thesewaters that evening gave an entertaining lee.
ture in the school auditorium,for the }
the Kissimmee Packing company, which are of a'.fins quality '
,with' H. T. Bass and J. B. Prevatt as South Rapidly Improving and are sold for good prices in the benefit'of\ 'the school' His subject
''owners. Besides taking care of a and townspeople are find- larger-cities ,>. was "Around the World in Sixty Minutes --
4 large retail trade the establishment is Ing fishing the greatest of sport these Avers re.Catch Per Day. ," illustrated with excellent views
1' ., Tow,shipping meat to Sanford, Uma- days as the fish are biting with an Atlanta Ga.-Notable improvementin pound, now Is ending comparatively The catching of fish it fascinatingwork .from the many'lands he ,has visited.'
-, tilla, Clermont Sorrento, Mount Dora, abandon that makes It easy for the business conditions in the south ready market at above. eight cents. as one never knows how 'Mr.;Powell, whose home' U in Maryland
.L, St.; Cloud, Narcoosee, Haines City most amateur fisherman to get a good within the past two weeks, is indicated Since ,the government,report .of November will be caught stone hauL The many catchmay' is In Florida on his annual,winter -*
\ '1 Davenport'and: several other Florida catch. It has been months since the 1. the Increase of two centsIn ; from 'visit and In the time, be has to
"- points On..Friday of last week over fish were biting so freely and the line by reports from merchants: cot the aping price of cotton with the I to forty range thousand 0114 pounds hundred at pounds time give. to lecturing b.'makes addressee + "r

; <: 2,000 pounds of meat were shipped out' fishermen are having a picnic In LakeTohopekallgs ton .factors and other business, men coresponding advance of cotton aeed.aecoi'dine' and an average.catch,here for one,each ni cities desiring them without any ,
.s by the company.' r I ,:, where'. the' speckled all over the section., to the estimates and advances fishing i. from .he charge whatever, having the-lecture. .
crew hundred
Recently this market put" in a large perch' and trout are benig found ,inlarge The last-month in'particular businessmen of exports' caused a net. advance five thousand pounds a day. ,The flab-to arranged' always'as a, benefit ;for
refrigerating plant and modern ster- number. assert, has developed the in this period of approximately lug crews use alai from six to fifteen school church ors municipality; In Y'
'; Mixing apparatus and it can care for When the fishing season is at its recuperative power of the cotton $120,000,000 in the cash value of hundred yards in length which the meantime he Is adding to his wonderful -'
large quantities of meat. That the best there are always plenty of rec- states In.U these states cotton, cotton. This enhanced value it is are pulled with tugs, each outfit usually 'source -of information about'
il;! wholesale of meat from Kissimmee ord hauls made' and "fish stories" become which was selling a few months ago stated, has been felt in every line ofbusiness owning two of the countries of"the world, and-while
will prove profitable is almost a fore- plentifu.1. ,Already, it is reported for a little more than six cents a in the south. The size of the or seines more are these regulated tugs. in Florida is taking..views to be used
-'V: gone 'Conclusion with the beef to be that one of. the regular fishermenof by law so that the smaller fish in future lectures on the state.' From A"
'. had off the Osceola prairies and such the community caught a seventyfive thus escape, here Mr. Powell went to'' Halnes City i
,
assuring a constant supply.
." an establishment to insure its being pound catfish\ on a trot line a few ORLANDO FAIR WANTS. BOAT TO BASSENGER Seining for fish is not permitted In and other. points south and ,when her
cared for In the best possible manner. days ago in Shingle creek Joseph Lake Tohopekaliga or East .Lake for has given all the scheduled
Elswick a resident of the city was he expects to go to Pass a Gri1lrto''
**> t..PERSONS BUYS OUT PARTNER exhibiting one nine and a half pound OSCEOLA CO EXHIBITMessrs. BEGINS RUNNING SOONThe the for reason the that line these fishermen.fish are However protected month's fishing, "\, ,C

7D IN DOLLAR LIMIT STORE trout Monday, which was caught in quite a large quantity of fish are taken Florida' has no -moreenthusiasticregular .
visitor. -than
I Mr. Pow.IL.
Lake -It-
---- Tohopekaliga. ;K
( G. W. Persons this week bought out Last Saturday afternoon Mr. Platte, H. H. Dickson J. H. Reese water in the lake is up'about from these lakes by fishermen who Is his opinion that,; if the state to ...
trot lines six
:v his partner, T L. Rainey, and is now of the Platte McFarland Fisheries, S. S. Griffin and W. H. Reynold., two.feet now and still rising so Capt. operate thousand hundred to one properly developed! it will become the
yards long hookto
sole owner of the Dollar Limit store. made a catch of ninety-seven fish in prominent citizens of Orlando, werein Johnson contemplates beginning his lard of line.using Catft.b.a ... playground of America just M Switcerland -,
.' In the business Kissimmee Thursday in the interest every is of '' Such
(I..t taking over entirely about two hour while out for a little Europe. a climate
boat from often
regular runs Kissimmee to caught these lines
;"f. ,Mr. Persons states that it is his purpose recreation. These were caught in the of the Sub-Tropical MidWinterfair on weighingas .. Florida can boast ef is to be found
,. to be held in that city February Bassenger next week. In previous much as thirty pounds. :;
to enlarge the store's stock and lake with a pole and line. nowhere else in the country, says Mr." ;: :
in the variety and quality of goods The Gazette does not know' whether V to 13. They conferred with a num- season's Capt. Johnson has made the Money In Business.A Powell, and the opportunities here for I
"' carried to strive harder to please the these. are the "best" yet or not, but ber of local business men regardingan trip down to Bassenger on Tuesday of great many people think of a fisherman making the state the beauty spot fc.' *. '"
-.-',' public. This has always been one of they are real stories that have acme Osceola county exhibit at the fair each week returning here Friday or as a poor man living a hard America are .Yiai I. on every side.r""rr, "" '' *. .
"the most popular stores in the city, to our notice this week. and sevaral prominent men agreed to Saturday. His boats carry passengersas life but these days of seines a mils Mr. Powell make the> suggestion "-,
.'. ... i* attested by its growth and the go before the county commissioners well as freight and the tripa,have long it takes a man with considerable that In addition to the,, boards of .:, tft; ,
increased stock carried from month to next Monday and-urge.the sending of always furnished visitors with some business sense to conduct such a trade nearly all the towns possess, a
i months since it opened for business DUTTONHARRIS TO an exhibit to the fair. The Hunter of the most pleasant outings to be large .D rpria..' We have (In this' social 'secretary should be employed (
; /.:and with Mr. Persons still at its head Land company has agreed to send up bad hi this section. vicinity seining crews who catch and all the year around,whose 'duty<< ,it
.. it will surely continue to grow. an individual exhibit which will be in The beginning of these regular lake sell as'high as $1,000 to $1,600 worth' would be to come in contact with visitors
J Xilt is with regret that the city will HAVE BIG SHOE SALENext charge. of J. D. Clark and it is expected trips means considerable to the merchants of fish a week and they live. mo.t1y'in and prospective homeseekers and '
(lose Mr. Rainey as'a result of his beMng that several other such exhibits of the city. The boat makes the open when they can absorb show them the town and vicinity. t
,, :/ out of the store. He leaves Monday will be sent from the county. stops at several places and when running great quantities of the wonderful Also to see that they meet the towns->,
for his old home In Ellaville Ga., Thursday morning at 9 oclock: Mr. Dickson who was here Thursday -I on a regular schedule a barge fresh air and beautiful sunshine people and that some amusement and
.. expecting to locate there again. the Dutton-Harris Shoe company will is president of the fair association I amount of down-county trade is found in the state of Florida. entertainment be provided for,strangers. '.
: : begin.a ten days' special sale which J. H. Reese is editor of the Or- brought here. Fishing is also exciting work and It is his opinion that a< local' ;
;;? COLE JEWELRY COMPANY will be without doubt one of the most lando Reporter-Star S. S. Griffin is sometimes dangerous as these hikes woman of pleasing. appearance and \' -
,,: ''V. CLOSING. OUT SALE substantial bargain sales. ever held In state representative from that dis- Talk of minimum salaries for ministers are full of alligators which are of.. personality could serve in' such a:! ea- o
; jff' \ Kissimmee.This trict and: Mr. Reynolds. is a former is peculiar. They are already ten caught in the seines and then the paclty to great advantage, to'* any I ;
,:."ir ,The Cole Jewelry store H. E. Cole well known firm has been doing mayor of the city. as minimum as- they can be. fishermen have a battle to kill or cap town. "'""" '. ' "
': !jm.n.gerha. on a big closing out sale business in the city for a long -:-- T ture them alive. The largest of these
with'attractive: bargains This sale time and has Woo a reputation the
on
reptiles was caught bythe Hancel and
, ''will'' continue to February 15,< when high quality of shoes handled, there Farmers crew this summer. A twelve. TO GET HOMESEEKERS'INTERESTED :-,
the remaining stock will be moved out being no seconds or sample Shoes car DO YOU WANT A DAILY ? foot monster he was captured alive ,' .
1 lof 'fawn. ried. Only shoes made by the best and brought to Kissimmee and put on
American manufacturers will be of- :IN FLORIDA

HANGE BOARDS' MUST fered in this special sale.'.,- The entire exhibition.Local Fish Companies.The . '. 'I': '
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$.' stock of the store will be put on sale two prominent fish companies J. D. Weodbock.. president 'of..the.'' ,

nothing also 'being held for out. Thefirm has Quite a number of local dtixens .have urged as to pabluh a daily news operating here..ace the Platte and ,Mc- board of trade.* has GtiSAYS arranged an extra force of
ATTORNEY clerks so as to insure prompt and paper. They believe that the. proms* of the city demand a daily sad that Farland Fisheries and the Livingstonand from Mrs. Geraldine Norton, of '

i r. -' .courteous attention for ad. the majority of the people would support-one. nfht from the jump. .The Tyson Platte company.and McFarland company Greenville letterfrom, the S. C.board, asking of trade for.aD.oPen'regarding -: g'
i. The-new\county prosecuting ..ttor1187. The Dutton-Harris company is'covering the bet before gong ahead want has in this
deriai recently incorporated
I' Frankly, we are cOD project we : the desirability: of Osceola countyas
l w .W., B. has notified the the for
"" /,\stores, In the Crawford city where chance boards distance of surroundingcountry fifteen miles with their a to hear from all those who are interested la seeing a daily started. I' state Rosalie having Fla. built and one fish house at a place' for'.homeseekers, ., Mrs. .

,-'arg' kept.that. these boards will have sales bills and also are using two full One thing we know, and that is, that a'..wsp per talking for and about purchase, or ,build a are large planning plant to in work Norton lev wants South to Carolina use, this where letter,In she her Js.1

.' to- be done aW.7.wlth' by the first of pages in this issue of the Valley Ga- KIssimalN 300 days every year weald be i frt deal .on effective ia booct- Kissimmee at once for the better handling interested {at\ 'getting-1; prospective' d..;. 0

:February; or,he.will be forced to file zette. This publicity is sure to bring lag the city than one which is .issaed bat' MC ,..nwt.eek... We' abe. know and packing 6f their fish. The homeseekers'to' in"'e1ticate..w.' see- ** ,
;t ';information ,against-them for}violation'of big crowds to the city and It oughtto 'j'i'J
J' Platte and MeFarland company also tion -vt Florida.She U former rest-" '
that me to"eftI'' treat without tbe'aId'of a darlya.w.paper, a ... I,
FA, the law* Mr. Crawford' has be a banner week for business in grew operates two large fish-businesses dent /Klssimmee-and tireless "
;explained the merchants and wishes KI.lllmmM.1'1. :**>. ''*>;#f 'c-;= ){ The-Gaxette is ready: to:furaish a.daily.newspaper:' '.aew-i-previdiaf]. we the northern' Mississippi river la addi on booster for the'city'and county* and. "' ii j! : "',.,

.",ttae'.public I to understand that he has \, ILIL..Cl.Jton'wIll. ' have charge"of caa'secure saffkieat wpport to justify the experisaeat We feel that.we are tlon'" baying fish from twenty-five she bat been influential in sending to,, t .., .'

,:".taken this'step not so much' i becauating',4bane.boards the,aa1.' "T'r.--V."j"r.., "f" the .....aDt.i ,01. the_people.: of..Kissiaunee;'>e,'vat to.do;f.,< the. exactly Urge seining outfits here, all of*whom the--county a number, of
ug.. ;though; it is a straight. morally-viola- Mr.;'and Mrs.'C.:H.:'Funk;'J. EiIU-, what they wat'fa. t* do. Therefore I if, they want a daily newspaper, I lei..... week employ they from started three operatingbarge to ten men. This. people; both good in..point, of" fhsrarter"" if<" 't"y.aM.i'W., !\ ? s",.V:,', .'"

of: the law but that the children liard Miss,,Irene' Hilliard, Mr.,. and uy, so :let them say it feed.aad !.*..,, {'" :: line which' will make- daily :trips to .worldly. In thel.tter'to Mr.Woodbeck:/,!! ;NyJ'; .

.;,er.tJt.e; . ;city: ,have belVD;.u.lne the Mrs.Taylor Miss.:Dutton, .141'&: J.'K; f' tf ye* da,. .. .wffl,.....'ef two er three. week, gin ye. ft: daily newspaper Rosalie for the purpose'.of bringing Morton states that she will have '" '
1 board far too for their wel- Hilliard and Mr. and Mrs. H.C;Light- '
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". liberally the fish to Kissimmee. Each. 'dewa '
which will I briar the sows free aQ rsr the world .... bn.e.very I t barge more+people coming *''t'
cad complaints are. being made. sey.made up'a merry pasty;dining at !few .has:a of tw. make the td .
< eapadtJ:: ntjrpounda 'that aU ass IntMna **> .,
; the,Manhattan'.... . Sunday.. _" -, :. :' ..t'feat- :;; What, is the... aanrer.- ?, ... .. and_they.upset, ? dart.=. -:" ,down' pia, ID..tM.n/slg'tatatw,, ..to... +"

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: he/fitissimmee/c : ''Gazette' LEARNED 'WORM FINDS ', '

., Valley WHY ,THE ,FARMER, js- POOR WHAT'S.,COOP FOR;:HII! _
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u Y.u.LmT: oAZllnll BOTXDINO.UBBCRIPTIOM j
OP'JI'IC1D IN -
;;WY1IItT FRTDAT' - JS5i'BSsTdn '
--, - ', (':"'/"" "JU 8B1MMEla?beoLA. COt1NTT. FLORID.A. . ._. . ..., *. 'f BT CQRDQ10IYE.VA otdere i -t of :7graTa, Will. :; go: -1: large measure to the last word*-In An Harvard'educated ,,worm circle. is,'the' ;ft, 4".f;.: y

,recent investigation,Iythe Department of Agriculture 'speculators.Thi .: learning: '
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W. .B.,HARRIS, ..61.1., G..':VANS AGNEW .' OWNERS make; the statement that "the yearly income of the average' .' "One-eyed Pet," Is his name. H. -"
'it let refers to the "comer in wheat" that has jacked the thinks like a human being. Prof.R. .
farmer than that of laboring A year
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l $ RATES ono oopr. one ,....1'.1.. ea a man. ago price: of bread up sky-high. Who gets it? The specula M. Yerkes. who adopted "Pete,'"
On* ,copy. six moDtb.__...____..__. ... One cop,. three month-- .T. the same authority stated that more than, half of the But the Wall Street. rigged up a device full of holes likea
tors. Journal tells the farmers that
Ja 6.000,000 farmers in the country had incomes of let than cheese. At one end of one large r.
correspondents. must b. "the remedy is not to put up the price and make the consumer hole .tw.0. oV
All. 0ommentc. ..tIna, eaoept from our authorised $640 a year.Various were ; \( otherpaths,-one-
i e..n... b, the wrlt.r.uNr uaJ..aue4 for.Rent.r.d editorial comment have appeared this disclosure pay more for food." That t is, it is not the remedy; : which led to a comfortable resting ;
turae4 on -
win net beat
w l MJ cti / for them. But it is all right for the speculators-the fellows -. place. The other was charged: with ,
in the The New York Sun discounts it com- electricity.
press. th
; the Postoffloe In Sledmm... Florida as second-da matter) who farm the farmers-with their heads. The feb
y pletely And insinuates that the figures lie because the liarsin Pete took the wrong road thrice and A t
lows who know infinitely less about the soil than he does was shocked each time. Now he
the The
: Department of Agriculture figure. true criterion
::.tiii f: FRIDAY JANUARY 29. 1915 I who him "rube"and avoids this and takes "
despise as a a "hayseed. though aperture always 1
the of automobiles. Farmers
it i. purchase are -
say purchasing the hole to the
,tt they themselves could not tell wheat from barley and couldnot right. r
most of them and the smart automobile salesman I
: ; :" II who knows where to go to get rid of his product is a far I distinguish between either if they saw them growing.But Windows are made to admit light sand
; they managed to get this wheat from him I fresh air. They not meant
reliable criterion than Department of Agriculture. away just were
y' and Bangs .[ more any the and the "enormous to hermetically seal people within
\ Slaps same profits"go to them not to up
i : Other papers do not deny. but, on the other hand are him, and the "consumer" does "pay more for food." four walls, like a dungeon. The great ,
sympathetic. This wail for instance, is from the Wall est trouble with four-fifth of our
.
Are there of these fellows around here? Thereare '
c, "" "11j,\ j Street Journal : any houses Is'that there are not enough ,
'a plenty in Wall Street and their influence is felt in every windows in them, and some of us do ,,3 r
,I,:'{i''. '.fi4' ,Rain la ._ 4 4 It is distressing to think that half of the 6,000,000'() )() sate! in the union. not use the few windows we do hava..

farmers who feed the country must receive such a They are the kind of farmers who all have
Plenty of it. Makes some fellows pray-others swear. automobiles !*, i
I1'.L pitiful return for toil that knows no union hours. It I whether the other kind have any or not. GO TO

The fishermen like lots of water the strawberry growers want plenty of is even worse because this income represents the But there is one thing that the Wall Street Journal is B. DICKERSON

sunshine. So there are. Even the Almighty can't please all the people work not of one man but of the whole family. The eternally right in. and that is that the farmers must farm ,

you small return means poverty of a kind that keeps with their heads. If they ever gel to use their heads in I Fer C,,..... Lath Plae Lath, Paten
'f all of the time. children of school work in the fields. Thus Piaster, 1'1...... Paris Lime, Cement
sits w 4 out to relation to farming, it will be a cold day for the thieves llrlek. Fire Clay and fire Un..". Hone j

Powell wants to know why we dont go to sleep. Sorry old boy but just poverty and bad farming perpetuate themselves. and vultures who rob them and the humbug journals that Piers, all .Lto.... and Hvlldlns In llleeks.KterythtaaT . q i+

,4'rf, couldn't do fits How would the balance of the slate gel along without wide- There is where the trouble is. The American farmer isa try to horn'swoggle them into believing that the trouble is POUCH ARTIFICIAL COIUMftM and STONE! ELECTRIC

awake hustling, bustling, boosting Kissimmee. bad farmer, according to the Wall Street Journal. He they do not produce enough. I.KillT POLES .' c
4 4 4 does not produce enough or he would have more. And the And that goes for Florida farmers also. They must use Car \ t'
and q
llrojtclvtayIho Midland R. II.
3,. New officers will be elected at the next regular meeting of the Board of remedy is not "to put up the price and make the consumer (heir collective heads in producing and holding on to what I .t. 141. h

Trade. Every man who has the interests of the cily at heart should be there pay more for food." says the W. S. J. It is to make farming they have produced. -

and take an active part in electing the best officers possible. I !, a business" The farmer does not do so now. He The farmers of this stale should control and market their '

(I depends on "brute force. He karns nothing; He knows crops, they should aim to provide their own fertilizing I Get Your Fresh Fat I

Every wide-awake town needs an active Board of Trade. A body of nothing; of the soil and the benignant bacteria it contains, plants ; establish canning factories; operate crate fac- ,

men who will see to it that the growth of the city goes in the right direction (I and he doesn't want to know. But "society" can teach lories t ; provide pie-cooling plants; warehouses ; cold stor-I APALACHICOLAOysters

ha always forward. him, if he is only willing to be taught!, He must "farm age plants and engage in such other lines as can be oper- |!

44 with his head /If( he doesn't, he might as well have his aled co-operatively for the benefit of all the farmers.

'- i Come on, all you fishermen. Fish are biting fine in Lake T ohopekalaga'i head cut off. Thus his guide, philosopher and friend, the We have any number of little competitive marketing

t One local Isaac Walton caught ninety-seven in three hours. Didn't use a'' Wall Street Journal. organizations, but they can do very little for the farmer.

net either. Let us admit that all this is so Then it follows that the They are all competing against one another and not a singleone
s
,: T trouble is that the farmer doesn't produce enough though pf them is strong enough to control the produce or the AT THEBroadway ;

F Everybody is talking "(airs." Jacksonville wants a big state fair all to be "feeds the country"and presumably manages to feed markets.

{ itself. Orlando is going to have "some show"next month. Tampa is going himself also in a way. On the other hand the gentlemen farmers who farm the : CafeWhen

to hold a "burn you up" Gasparilla. By golly I if this thing keeps up. we'll If he produced more he would get !more. Perhaps. farmers are well organized. They don't believe in

stage a little show of our own. But how much does he get out of what he produces now? peting. They have a solid tight organization, and

444 That is the question. You will look (for information of use their collective power to skin the farmer. They fix com-I you bay Apalachicola Oyster

!M. 'y The poor old Times-Union is being abused again by a number of Florida that kind in vain in the Wall Street Journal. But you can price for Mr Farmer. They say what he is to get here yon are sure of getting only

i editors. Don't do it fellows don't do it I Let the poor old toothless girl alone. get is from the Department of Agriculture.Let produce. The farmer can either take it or let his crop rot I good .wholesome, _-strength-giving

/ You wouldn't shie a brick at a defenseless woman would you? Well its theante us assume that all the 6,000,000 farmers of the in the fields. There is no other alternative And there Oysters direct from alt water. We

thing when you take a shot at the T.-U. The paper is in its dotage. It United States did get an average of $640 annually insteadof isn't a farmer who does not know that this is true are prepared to supply you !. any 4,.

represents nothing vital. All you can say for it is that it is a mediocre news- half of them getting less. What would that show? A Now then, what is the remedy? quantity-pints, quarts, .or by the

L paper. Its editorial opinions are written to order. The boys who deliver the combined yearly income of $3,840,000,000 for the There is one and only one---and that is to* get togetherinto gallon. Why not some for sapper to- i''

thfF orders to its editors are the railroads. Everybody knows it. Nobody disputes 6,000,000 farmers. Call it in round numbers 4000000. a state-wide co-operative democratically managed I light rDirect }

f it Why then take the old girl seriously? 000. association-organized on the same basis and along the Shipment. Received Daily sir

,: 4 4 4 Now. what did these 6,000,000 farmers produce? The same lines as any other business corporation or stock company y

Here is a bit of lore about the moon that is given out in plenty of time Department of Agriculture says that the total value of all Let'all' the farmers become stockholders in the The Broadway Care

di! for everybody to keep tab pn it. February. 1915. will not have a full moon. farm products in 1912 was 8928000000. Call it in association. Let the membership elect its business manage-

a thing that has not happened since 1866. and that will not happen again until round numbers $9,000,000,000, for two crop years have ment and let this management become the business man- PHONE.

: ? 2300.000 years from February. The moon in January will be full the first elapsed since then. ager for all the farmers. Let this business manager do -.

and 30th. In March it will be full on the 1st and 30th again, and that cuts Then the totals brought together show that the farmer all the buying and all the selling for all the farmers col- -

off.any possibility of February having a fuH moon. It is an odd combination gets on an average four-ninths of the total value of his kct Yely. Let the association market its own crops throughits 0000000.0000000000000000000friend

of circumstances. If there is anything in signs, 1866 was a peace year product. For every $4 he gets other people somewhereget own warehouses located in the great distributing centers '' 1 Tourists !

i after a big war. $S, Who are they? Does the Wall Street Journal of the north. I'

know ? Perhaps it doesn't but it caters to some of them. By 'doing collective buying and collective selling the Be independent. Own your
home! when you can do so practically l
In fact, it is especially issued for the kind of people that
farmers will do away with useless competition and it will i the same as paying rent.
take $5 outof every $9 the farmer creates.If give them the collective power to resist the exploitation of See if something in this list )'

J' I[ The Jingoe's Stock ArgumentIf I /( he created more, would they still split with him five an army of middlemen such as commission men storage 'I appeals A fty.-r.to...you.... plastered eotnne.aood r #

and four? No. He would merely create more for them. men stock gamblers curb brokers express companies anda loratloa. deep well aoedaelaraboraood .
....
sad
Rod .t-
His four-ninths would become one-third. It mattered not host of other non-producers who own the essentials of Smalls.a payment ... elf normoath +

+ every stray canine i is to have his day. it follows that even the jingoes how much he created they would leave him what they leave distribution and who seize the greater portion of. the farm- I' ........ price off prlnetpnl.only S1.2OO.Rntlre pure,' <'*

'mutt,',at one time or another, occupy center stage. Until recently the jingoes "the laboring man." the wage-earner just enough for the er' product A .1.-..... ......, loo f..t set
.ewl.. well BN OI SI SO> <...... $1, ,
,have not had easy'sailing in this country. What ever may be said about the barest and meanest subsistence.On \ So the farmer should begin to farm with bit head. He peA ...... '

highhandedness of American militarist, they never, until today, had everything the very same day that the Wall Street Journal emit should start right now.' And he should keep at it until easier are-room payment.. hens.. .1.11101 atlll, _',

their own'way for. after all:i is *said the American people are not armament- this crocodile weep the press publishes the following again every farmer in the state is brought inside of the co-opera and A I *cold ten-roons water, one....of. the.....heat., hot In ,'

mad from the Department of Agriculture: tive. He should not wait for somebody else do the elty. Ask nhont It. '
to it for
A _.....-rooni ....... with ..e. ( ,e
T" But now all i is changed. The American jingoes are at it good and strong Washington-The majority portion of the wheat him. If he does there never will be a co-operative. Those two or sue lota. A derided ...... r. A}:

,; -with the result that they are turning the minds of the people to thoughts of crop of the United States of 1914 is no longer held who want to be saved must do it themselves. Those who gala, bardl.R ....... I I. .... s

f larger navies bigger armies and the like. by the farmers, according to officials of the bureauof want to be free and independent must themselves strike the 1'S': :. .rhe.p.Eigbly ..... .I.... ..I..p..e
The stock argument just now is that the government must "preserve markets of the Department of Agriculture. The blow. ... .. ra/lr..d, $2a p.r ....... '"
Mix ...d.... .Bd forty ...*. dry ,
peace by preparing for war." Get more battleships, submatines and army enormous profits which are expected to accrue to Are you going to do it? Will you? real ...... I.... ... S2ff per ....... ,.
I .. ....
and the dove of will hover about. Five mad tea-acre .e.
corp*-- peace 'ITS .
op.Improved *
,eSi,; It i i. a* false an argument as it is stock. If being armed to the teeth - ----- ----- ----- I... for rent. I
THE LIVER RE.PLATES; THE
were the means of having nations at peace then Europe would be the most BODY-A SLUGGISH LIVER 00000000000.0000000000000. People profit more by experience in MRS. SUMMERS
speculations in 4
the face of the globe. No: when a man carries a six- NEEDS CARE which they make than .
continent
peaceful on in those which 6ON PeMfleld St.. oar block we t
in
{ lose.
THE PRAYSTCJVE( they Clyde V...-... I Ch...... the Sad:
; dF hooter, he usually looks for a chance to use it. When a nation spends countless Someone has said that people with Many a man has just missed being ....... west" .. ......1...._ 1.- f
l millions on war machines it looks for spooks. Chronic Liver Complaint should be CK great but the fact never has been j i"i"or. south). l, {
shut up away from humanity for chiselled on any one's tombstone. .O'OOOOOOOi'.o"OOOO"'O.
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T they are pessimistsand see througha
glass darkl).." Why? Because I. W. TRURHAN, frsp. I. D. niTEl, Up. - - -- -- -- ,
s"- THIS PAPER (HAs RIGHT AT LAST SENTINEL mental states depend upon physical

,. ''\' IDEA ABOUT UNEMPLOYED SEES THE LIGHTUNEMPLOYMENT. states. Biliousness Headaches, Dizziness Open Year Round
5.: '. -oA -->- and Constipation disappear after
.;; Ld. :," -, The Kissimmee Valley Gazette tells : using Dr King's New Life Pills. 25c. PRINTING MACHINERY
.' er nf a young* man arrested in that city at your Druggist.: Y ttIls
The of unemployed laboris
question
ti i.;:. for stealing a ride on a railroad train
a big: one In all parts of the country -
a tried In the city court and put to work ,
millions
Thousands and of dollars
.%" If' on' tLe streets for thirty days during -
\.;'t which time he had to do the work!: of are spent in charity to keep the
wolf from the door of but deserving
;. poor -
and associate with common criminals
'i At the end of his sentence, the young / men out of work. Organizations -
M are being: made in the large: SUPERIOR SERVICE
men of the town clubbed top-cthc-, FOR SALE
"' bought him some decent clothes nod l cities in order to help men get jobs, COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Is. it possible that the "new freedom"and
g helped' him to find a Job. All honorto d +
the "enlarged prosperity" prophesied
: -
the men of K1s.lmmmil:/
young '11\
w'': their example be followed.! Thd Inat by Woodrow Wilson have been
sidetracked ?
allowing municipalities to put men
at work on the street with petty Instead of spending so much\ money
; On account of the consolidation of the Valley Gazette and the r
) thieves and drunks because they love and effort to relieve the distress in
tried to ride on the trains without the labor world it might bo well to Otceola: Journal we offer for sale the following:

d' payin U one that should be carried give some attention to the cause of
out with considerable liberality by local the trouble. Economic and business PROTECTIONWorth
courts. The genuine hobo should problems should now have more attention 1 Intertype Typesetting Machine rw
;i of course be put to work on the and less time given: to purely
streets-if he isnt a felon, he has political problems. The country is HavingSafe Practically New-Extra Magazine
: the makings of one in him and his too much governed now by politiciansand ha
life should be one Jail sentence after so-called statesmen.OrlandoSentinel.

another, if for no other reason to protect 1 Book and Job Campbell Press "
'c,. .X. women and children who he intimIdates 00 Deposit Protection is the kind ,

r in order to obtain food when KI8SIMMKI3.! ' you want for your raluables.- It is This machine i* large enough for lx column qaarto paper, and !l
he is But good of .
at liberty.
;1 a many \\'hero n pretty town doth rise obtanied by depositing them in 'our the '
t the Valley Gazette b .
< the men who steal rides on the trainsare Ninth warm. .unny skies tame press BOW being printed on. _, a
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Fire and Proof Vault. V. p'
men out of work who climb on KrsembllriK that of Paradise, Burglar

?, r a train in order to go from a place That Kissimmee.tt'hlle Safe Deposit Boxe* for Rent. 1 No. 5 Boston Wire Stitcher.

whereytheynomaybfind\ oneobAlL from Treeccu off the gently silent blow.Where waterPummer (New) '

each should be given a chance to for pleasure people seek 111 ,
i. make good they do not hurt the That Klsalmmee $2 and $4 Year 33-inch Diamond
per Cutter
'>. traiiis any by riding on them, and Where flowera bloom the aweeteat. Paper ..
.: is herded with crimi- Where fruitful trees do bear
whenever
,' ,,rials. a great' one injustice is done.-Ocala While their That's ownera Klaalmmee.take their ease We also. have other machinery ud equipment for ..... If y"_ are .f ,

't',Star' Where the streets are paved! with brick Arthur E. Donegan, P, K. Weaver, Sa need of,any of th. afore, writ*"ar win: + ,
where the sidewalks can't be beat.
It'"a good thing that poverty is no While old whlteway doth lead by night President. Castle

tefzae V,or' h1_ the world would be in That's lutlDm." .. ,.. KISSIMMEE VJmJEY.GAZETTElKISSIMMEE : : .,
,. With Oaceola for lie COUQt,.
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.thy; p.opl. Deeded receptacles in which It'l'yw Is' a town,That's Worth Klalmmee while Xo. .seek Ftoree: + __. - ,( ' .' ,> ,;:), ,FLORIDA.. -.. . \. 'If -11>., ,[ .
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1: 'KITCHENER HURL '300,000. BRITISH SOLDIERS: INTO FRANCE: THIS;WEEK J( '





:.....oo.Ottt..o.ooo..t..o Li -BHASTLY SCENEJIN- >THE FORESTOFMESNEL r 4 .. .. t
;

O KITCHENER WILL HURL 0- : : : ,: .. .I."Y\ AIR RAIDS BY ; GERMANY HAS',12UOOjOQOMEN'

4 EIGHT NEW ARMY CORPS 0- .. ,*,, *, ..:,.1. .... ,. r n .." . .' ...v. .. .._- _.9rv: :.., xM M : ,,

4 INTO FRANCE THIS WEEK BRITISH : AND GERMANS

', O 0- .,
4 London.-Eight/ British army 0- 1.w+y+v+ I ;

4 corps will cross the English 0- Londoiw-Hostile' 'air''raids'""carried ; ,
channel this week as the first 0- ; w. .* out ,
simultaneously by the British and .
0 great unit of Kitchener's reinforcing 0- ,
German '
airmen working partial destruction '
1 O : legions which arc expected 4 ,w. .IA to a German submarine, Bado.--There l hat been much: aee.:'- '.,
0 to stab the German left 0- killing eight and wounding: ulation 'jt* to the number of' "''men
person
4 center and eventually achieve a 0- tF' ___ a score of others was related in the I available for Mnric in Germany. ,A' C
0 defensive turning movement on 4 __ t e y official dispatches received here to German officer put the. number, of1'
(d, ,,,4 the German left. The strike will 0- ___ available, men' without making .!-. 1

4 develop aa rapidly as Kitchener 4 ___ day.A German bomb dropped at Dunkirk lowancei for'losses, at the enormous

O can supply the men and is expected 4 ___ fell outside the United State total of 12,000,000. .distributed, .. foU,
result in the fiercest 0- 0
to __ carl consulate breaking several window low: "

0 fighting of the war.HERMANS. 0- ___ ? and smashing some furniture. The ,Pleld' armjr '(active,',. reserve;
4 4 __ British airmen dropped twenty-seven and landwehr.r., ....4.411.000-
.00..00..0..0.0.... __ New tormatlon.!.already at '. .
__ bomb near Zebrugge and it 1* believed the front .,_:__.._..._-.... .0.,..*
__ one German submarine was Trained and available,reserve .. "
; badly damaged and some casualties formation -__.?_..--*---. .....,...
T
.
.. '
ALSOREINFORCED < New formation now ''tolas .,
.. ._ were caused among the crew. prepared : ... ..*.
r One British airman liadalrum.Lase.111
was surrounded Untrained
'
_ _
e # by seven German machines but '
'
Ter fgrtW eluded them, being slightly wounded v\ 11.071,000
but continued his journey to Ze- Going more Into detaU'the German

brugge.On officer show! how ,he. got. .the**. flg*'
I
ace
Friday ten Taube attacked urea: .. "' .
i .
_.' Dunkirk and nearby coast town, killing Total Effective Without/New Foi. ... ...
bodies of GermanY
p
London.-Strong '
fouLTwentyseven "
reinforcements have appeared behind ,. five persons outright and wounding arm corps:'of, )
the German lines in the Argonne region a score of others, three of whom the active at 40,000Jll-_, .L.I0,001 \1: ;V n
died subsequently and much Twenty-seven
prop- army eorpa.ox
according to French aerial ob- erty was destroyed. the reserve at 40.00O ._.!-, 1.00.000;
'serverg, and at Fontaine Madame One hundred and,.lsht land. ', '
where the French war office' stated Gravesline, twelve miles from Calais wehr -dlvleooa of 1 .000 ..-...1,7SI.OOO. > f S
d I and Rosendale was attacked and Field artillery of the land.. ,
that the invaders had been checked. five buildings used as barrack and wehr ____?________ TUT--* "ilOO.O
The battle has been renewed with Cavalry of the landwehr ..__' 100,000
ammunition depots by the allies were '
Twenty-three rerlmenta of :
great vigor. For forty-eight hours set on fire but Calais was not at- foot artillery. (active : ._ 41.001 4
furious fighting has proceeded at St. r.elm.nti '
tacked. /Twenty-three/ of
The of the British
Hubert and in this wooded cockpit of promptness foot artillery (re..rve-' .. .(.... '1".:
aviators in rising to the '
engage Telegraph battalions the allies' right center the battle still Germans at Calais Is believed to have and reserve .--.-__.--.- >i.,*.., p
rages with no appreciable gains or Railway battalions (active "
losses reported on either side. A caused them to refrain from attack- and reserve) __...__--._____ 'S4.000
ing that city. Aeronaut. and aviators __. lO.OeO ,
All during last night the artillery Train battalions _.._?_..._ '.0.... 1
duels raged. Infantry attacks and rtGruesome s : I

r counter attacks opened with the breakof Vienna.AUSTRIAN-The final WAR result LOAN.of the .,.. ,...

day and still continue. photograph showing an entire regiment of French Infantry which was surprised by the Oerman in I subscriptions for the Austrian war New Trained Formation Welch.,Bar. ,

BRITISH AIRCRAFT ACTIVE. the Forest of Mesnel. near Peronne, and completely: annihilated. loan it 1 ia officially' announced has Been or Can Be Sent to the Frame y

Amsterdam British airman today amounted to $67 .000.000. Of that of ;
"- ... Recruits the 1(14 class and ,
dropped bombs on the important -- sum Austria contributed $433,000,000 volunteers -..____ (..,..* 1

Bruges (Belgium) docks according to CAPTURED RUSSIAN GUNS IN VIENNA I German Fleetis and Hungary 237000000. Rerlmenta"limas" reserve furnish__-.,.-_tbe"_. ....e..,* i';
news which has reached here. The SWISS R i FORCED. Landwehr reserve battallona ,....... ),,
result of the attack is not yet known. Ikq
Defeated in Paris.-The Swiss troop. have been 1.00.00
reinforced certain section of
along Iaootiated
A Other Men Liable To Be '
ANARCHY IS KING Second Coast their frontier on account of the uncertainty -
In New Formations
of the situation according
Raidl: 1 to telegraphic information received Volunteers ____.--J.: 1,000,00*,
IN MEXICO CITY .0 c o e here from Geneva.BRITISHERS I I Recruits of the 1IOI olia000,000' :
O 0- Remainder of the "Sr taa" : ..R' an
GERMANS CLAIM reeerve := ..:. 110.00,, / ti
THAT 0- DEMOLISH BIG Trained Iand.trummeo be- "
D. C. < BRITISH LOST THREE SHIPS tween5 and 4i) _.-.. ......* \ r
Washington -Anarchy, panic: iF GUN OF THE GERMANSSaint Untrained land.trum (men between -. ..> (
IIbtld, disorder reign in Mexico City, 0- band .') _....... ........* mr
rding to dispatches from Vera 0Thr_ British warships were 0- Oraer France.-British heavy I
Cruz to the Carranza agency. Rafael sunk in the naval engagement In <* artillery destroyed an enormous Ger- ,(...0.o0e
'
t Zeubaran Carranza's minister of the : } 0the North Sea Sunday Berlin man gun placed on a hill a mile behind From them must bo subtracted the
interior charges many women in the 1 3.er now asserts. A statement Issued the German line with the objectof losses, which must be about1,700,000'f'; : .

capital( are near death from their ; there says that "according to < silencing British howitzer and men. ': .' ''r .
treatment at the hands of Villa troops. 0w..n informed German sources," bombarding Bethune. A British aviator ,..1, ,t'1
Eulaho Figuerra is reported to have 0a British battleship cruiser: was 0- I marked the big gun's position. The Although most of th. citl *" In Japan ; t .,
abandoned Villa and applied for admission sent to the bottom by a German fourth shot demolished it. The British have good sidewalks, modern street: a

to the Carranza ranks. Gen- Ai $ 3 fr torpedo boat and that a German .| then scattered German artillerymen paving is practically unknown, ,the
eral Obnegon denies Puebla has been T'i31 "t ..&. ? wM rR.4'R aviator witness the deatruclion 0 mounting a similar gun nearby. empire't'. '
attacked. 0of the vessel. In addition to the 0- I :
Official' dispatches to the state de- x y. loss of the cruiser as previously +

partment yesterday said the Zapata reported in Berlin It I. stated 0- ., + , ? ,
.
-
troops were several miles away. that two British torpedo boat. 0- I "

Thursday. ___ were sunk, and that other warships 0- .
Today however Enrique C. Llor- were damaged seriously. 0- J The Favorite Store of Kifftrnmee\ I
: '
ente Villa's agent Here received a The British admiralty has added 4 : ,

telegram dated at Puebla and which nothing to Its original announcement 0 ,
"" ,
t IT >fn: 0xr'-: lsrg
that British vessel 0-
came by way of Mexico City and El no were IWFURNITUR'Ei'44
'Paso from General Ornate, a Zapata lost or seriously Injured. .4 :.

mmander.. Baying Puebla had been 0- it.J .
jvtakea by his force ....O..OO..O..O..O O.Londor \ r
F. I 'J

General Bliss Ordered to Washington. .-An attempt by a Ger- ",

Washington D. Brlg.-Gen. Taller man cruiser squadron to repeat the "
,a H. Bliss, commanding American recent attack on Scarborough the '
the border. ordered to Hartlepools and other British coast
troops on was
report -to the- war department -for towns, was frustrated Sunday by theBritish ; : t '
;
1y
\\i ih'i ,duty as assistant chief of staff.' Brig.- LAS-- patrolling squadron and in a -WE HAVE IT"! ,.
the German armored
running fight "
Gen. T. F. Davis will assume commandof INTERRIFIC MOTHER OF S BEFORE ; !
border troops.MajorGeneral. cruiser Bleucher was sunk and two ;j
ERUPTION .
; SHE WAS 17 YEARS OLD .
German battle cruisers seriously dam-
Punston at the ex- :
i vpiration of his leave of absence will Redding Cal.-Lassen peak aged. \Of' t,.,
today
relieve Maj-.Gen. J. Franklin Bell of broke out again in terrific eruption.This Denver Col.-Married at twelve The British ships suffered only 1 't'
the command of the Second divisionat is the biggest disturbance of mother of five children including two slight injury. So far as is known .
at Texas City and General Bell will pairs of twins, before she was seventeen only 123 of the Bleacher's crew of
the mountain record. la with Hardware pee plU
connection
on oar w* carry a ce .
and twice widowed before she ,
'l proceed to San Francisco where he 185 were saved.A H; tun
'will relieve Maj.-Gen. Arthur Murrayof Rumbling for an hour preceding the was twenty-five Mrs. Birdie Case Ko- battle also occurred between the fin of furaitnre. We make a specialty ., e t&ttinr-B..**, .and, ....'.
the command of the western divis outbreak were heard plainly at the juharoff' unfolded a remarkable story light cruisers and destroyers accompanying r P

ion. General Murray will retire Volta Power house twenty-one miles in police court here. She appeared the bigger ships but the result handle reliable .. ; :
April 29. away. A slight tremor of the earth against John Adkins a horse dealer of that engagement has not yet ..a .drr
4 was noticed there also. whom she accuses of swindling her reached the admiralty.The Bed Room Furniture, Dining : 'Y-

r Villa Troops netGeneral Carasco. Ashes are falling at Nacomber flat out of 2000. British were! superior in ships

} ,rfOn Board U. S. S., San Diego seventeen mile. away and alreadtcovers The young widow who was left engaged weight of armament and Room Suits Kitchen Outfits .'
(G T: Guaymas Mexico Jan.-22.-(By wireless the snow with a black blanket. $160,000 by her second husband said peed, and the flight of the German Parf f-
to San Dlego.-It was reported The eruption appears to come from' that at twelve she married Edward hips into the mine and submarine- ,

,'f( *.t l>ere that General Carasco had been a new crater on the eastern slope. Case an Oklahoma farmer. At four, Infested field possibly saved them lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
defeated in a fight seventy-five miles The main crater and the crater at ; teen she had twins a year later a from further losses. '
"'iir.>. -*> outh of Mazatlan by North peak are quiet. third child was born and fifteen

'. /... The latter are said to beiwlaiting for The spectacle la the most awe-in months later tame a second pair of GERMAN ACCOUNT OF BATTLE. Couches Etc. 1 :
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-, ''' reinforcements before continuing to spiring of any yet given. A black twins. Only one of the twins lived in Berlin.-The following official an- V 1 '

I V. 1'.,'the north. cloud Ts boiling up to a height of sev- each instance. nouncement of the naval engagement : ,
. -* Between 1,000 and 2,000 Villa troop. eral thousand feet. Her husband died soon after the In the North Sea Sunday was given in ? .-
A are en route to northern Sonora. birth of her last two children. Last Berlin: ". ':;1 .. '
:,tH.! South of Guaymas all seaports. are PROPOSAL 34 YEARS AGO April she married Stogan Kojuharoff.' "During the advance of our armor- This store I Is making a record for ibelf (in the matter .! : '.' ..

quiet DECLINED; ASKS AGAIN He was killed a few months ago. ed cruisers Seydiltz, Derflinger, Bleu- hdpinf people to outfit .home Com and .... Our price ar. ". i "
: 4j cher and Moltke which accompaniedby ,
a; tifITES MOTHER JONES TO Philadelphia. Thirty-four years WOOER WAITS SEVEN I four smaller cruisers'and two Flotillas right > ;

.,/'''k. PLACE DATA BEFORE HIM ago when Robert M. Loveland, of Elmer YEARS TO BE CERTAIN of torpedo boats was steaming .

*. "NewnVork, N.-Y. John D. Rockefeller N. J., was a young man of in the North Sea these vessels be- I "
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; he asked Miss AnnaOsborne Berkeley Cal.-Thomall J. Harris
twenty-seven with British detach-
came engaged a
Jr., invited "Mother Jones, the the eighteen-year-old belle fifty-seven pursued a course of
of five battle
ment cruisers
composed
.:aged strike leader in the Colorado coalfield ''of the village to become his wife. : watchful waiting for seven years to several small cruisers and twenty-six :
*, to visit him and place before be the woman he had chosen
Miss Osborne declined. Loveland has sure boat TOOLS !
I torpedo destroyers.
-, :him all information The as Invitation to the strike I just asked the woman of his boyhood for his bride was really, the "rightone. The enemy discontinued the engagement ; .
fV Situation there. was "
the the
During seven
.. I dreams the same "question. years after three hours' time at a ,
. accepted. "I 'will," answered Miss Osborne. marriage license was gathering dustin point seventy miles west northwest of '"

..:"''dERHANY TAKES STEP TO "Thirty-four years ago Miss Os- the. recorder's office' waiting forHarris. Helgoland and retreated. I FOR i .;J :.. Iwet.' tr.
CONSERVE FOOD SUPPLY borne left her home In Elmer and "According to the information available -
.t Harris concluded his long wait and British battle cruiser and.
came to Philadelphia. Loveland mar- one
"Berlin, Ger. The federal council ried another girl and became a prosperous took Miss Annie Black fifty-three to one of our armored cruisers the' ENGINEERS :
*,,;Issued stringent order for conserving farmer. His wife died a few Judge Robert Edgar and they were Bleucher were sunk. All the other
German food supply. All grainEour married. His first question asked the German returned to
d4he years ago and he married again but ships port. I ,
/ | will be seized by February 1. became a widower for the second time judge was whether the document had :<
commodities has been been invalidated because of its age. There are twenty-six fruit packing f
,:,1"' in and these a government distribu- two years ago. The judge said no. schools in British Columbia. I No matter wkat kind of an Elgin yom kavo>-Gas, Staum, f ,'

ltlon established. It is claimed Railroad Engine kav'. tlw Tool. AOsceola
}: office GOES TO PRISON TO or Stationary -we exactly yew q .I;
fC-v" this;frustrates the, allies' plan to EARN MONEY FOR WIFE :
) ,:.Starve Germany. 0040400" 00 000000.0..000000 00..00.0.000 )00." O..O o I' need in year rreryday work-Wrenches, Uanuterv Oikrs etc. ?

.d k' BOY TWINS tARE BORN Jane viUe, Wis.--Frank Lowell is I all of the boot qmaCty and workmanship' and at prices that wiflvprbe l .

w+e'. +0tw;;! :':FIVE WEEKS APART serving tence under a voluntary the state ninety commitment day, sen- For ,... This ... ha tha repntation of ".handlinf ''emly1hardware : I r .,

r; "i. *,MendotaJ. ;;'in!-Thought to be with- la win"order to provide money for his Exchange that I* el wiperior quality ,and /" wad.nuke:.. atria ", rl I

r-Out'precedent I'the remarkable case young wife's ,support Lowell, who tab Ia coa q1t.. NOW ..inspecting, car big dock.. 0 "> .., s '
had beanout of employment for .
;::.*: f 'Mrs.:AJ M,. Snyder?,of Mendota, .. '
'V-who:; gave birth,to children fiv* week 'month, called. up police headquartersand New $68 Vertical Feed. Sewing Machine: t.. ", > r " ; r.
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when.a' policeman arrived:i Wry
and. one day apart;; : .yr '
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M > I MMI 10 101 Ol ; ; 1* Hanon), Norm Griffin'* Broadway, February: 22' and 23,' and J, Earl'Ltfpfer, "'vice-president; Mr. followed. The boy' only injury,nlTUciently waa-i 7'. 1'I
Duet. Playing' for Mother {from at the ..me.time and place'the",club L. II. Ingram, treasurer; Mrs. J., T. a sprained knee, which was not .: ..
Stephen Emery), Irene Ingram and will conduct a bazar which will consist Eur khalteiv secretary., severe to lay him upMr. ;
Notes .s- Miss Beals. of school supplies and lunches for Gilbert was probably the more frightened 1 t
ciefy Solo, Jack and the Beanstalk (Flor- the' school children, and also, aprons, AUTO HITS BOY WHILE of the two. _

ence Maxim), Loii Overstrset. caps; workbags and many other novelties TRYING TO AVOID WOMAN ] Mrs. M. M. and Mrs L. ...t

r .'::. "- _.(Mattle. Bell-.--.Harris_" _.,. Editor...)-_ ..-._..--- .-. , -- :!UcleIneJ1ti.Mur1e12 Solo, Rondo Sonatina,n1Ja-No. 5,_"Op., labfeaJtweeaiha.agea suitable for the occasion.( -\1\ ( ..,..nth.All Ry While CIerkrjr driviEg.J1ls: ftr-CtlterTrin'1 -------
,, .. Solo, Little Wanderer (E, Wadding- and five yeara are eligible in this contest to St. Petersburg for sr kG
to avoid hitting who have
a woman was
t beauty counting as nothing, anda
is Bade t. all of the Valley Gazette to send Items ton), Margaret Stanford. crossing the the of longer stay."J
patron, Duet Etude ((8. A. Emery), Vera medal will be awrded the most per- street at corner
:.eciety; .hats'! t. lit Editor for publication in theM alias Johnson and Miss Beals. fect baby. Broadway and Main, veered to one Invigorating to tho Palo and Sickly .4
.: ,, side and struck Werner Quirk, who
.' ' Solo (a) Molto Allegr6, No. 12. Op. There will be a called meeting of the '
trencHieaJnc tonic.OKOVK8
. . - - - - - - - - - ... 229 (C. C erny); (b) Preston Move- club members on Friday afternoon, appeared at that critical moment on The Old SUnd.rd TA8TE1.Eaachill ttntrmt :TONIC.-ttriV,
,' ,. . .# I'IPI'I"- ment No. 13, Op. 229 (C. Czerny), February 29, at the resident; of Mrs. his wheel. The boy and wheel were M.larl..rnrlchu the blood..nd b..Ud..th..r.. I'
knocked down but results For adults sad children. Ma
? se tonic.
no serious A true
S. L. Lupfer, No. 221 Verona avenue, tern
d" ST..JOHN'S GUILD. have one( of the pleasant lower apart- Lillian Prentis. ,
'r _: Waltz Pauline and a good attendance is urged, as .
regular, Meeting of St. John's ments. Solo Pearl ( Story), II --
; kritz.Solo there wil be an adoption of eonatitution '
4' .' "will be held at the home of Mrs HINIRE'D Ruth "
r' FIVE CLUB. and by-laws for the coming years ,
a after- Nocturne, Op. 181 (Hunten), i
Livingston next Tuesday
The members of the Five Hundred Thomas. work
-$1'.. ,., ',February, at 8 o'clock. All entertained Laura The officers have been
club delightfully following
+ were Solo, Le Tendre Fleus (Jules Egg-
c ., /.t..'. ,';i :; ladies of the Episcopal church are Tuesday afternoon by Mrs Howard hard), Lois :Johnson. elected for the year's work;
t '<\\'Y'i',<;"raited> ,.to be pre.ent.4 .. Katz at her home on Main street. Mrs. Solo, The Evening Bell (Adolf Mrs. Mark Munger, president; MrsTRIPLETREAD At the
r '\ 'I SOCIAL AT UNION CENTER Cadel won the first prize Miss Sibyl Low), Johnnie Bronson. Dixie

to ; ': night. January 30, there Powell received the guest prize and C I STU STUD 511 j
cess
J Mrs. Allen the consolation prize. Af- :
'}, 'Il'IME, :): a,dime octal at the Union MOTHER'S CLUB TO HOLD 1,1 1,1DON'T

z ,.:. .:, schoolhouse. A short for the benefit has been of course ter the was card served.games a Those delicious present salad BETTER BABIES CONTESTThe

program were Mrs. Boice, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Mother's Self-Culture club met
which
: d for the occasion after
: ,( Mrs. Overstreet, with Mrs. J. Z. Roberson last Friday -
Ragsdale, Henry on
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,...'.,.'Vy>\"I "t: ,,games served.will be indulged A cordial In and invitation refreshments is- Mrs. Allen Mrs. Pilley, Mrs. Rogero, afternoon, January 22. This was FAIL TO HEAR 'j'jI

I extended to the public to attend. Mrs. Cadel, Mrs. Sears, Mrs. Bandy, the regular fortnightly meeting and
,,i ,,;"I, Misses Frances Bay, Mildred Turville, nearly all the club members were
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CHICKEN DINNER. Virginia and Angie Makinson. present, but as there was much business -
'I." :.. .' The ladies of the Christian church . on hand, the regular literary pro- 3ST&RTIRESANEWLINEOFTIRES "
(will' serve their monthly chicken dinner MR. AND MRS. VAN der MEERSCH gram was dispensed with. The Moth- L
't; f Thursday, February 4, in Stanford OI'EN THEIR NEW HOME er's Self-Culture club is now one year 08ERITA"
'c' I block, next door to Taylor's grocery of age, and is preparing to do a much I
7 Mr. and Mrs. Andre Van der
I' (.tore.r' greater work for the coming year, vJi
t entertained Wed-
Everyone invited to come and eat Meersch delightfully but will be known in the future as, embodying a standard of i
nesday evening with a house warming The Mother's and Teachers .
Literaryand
I chicken; thirty-five cents a dinner. quality and ..r l<;. ner.r
SHAKESPEARE CLUB. in their beautiful new home near Social club, the object of the club before placed In moderal.priced I
( the Country club About fifty guests being the betterment of childhood to- bicycle tire. 1
The members of the Shakespeare
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were invited, but on account of the
The
gether with mothercraft club
entertained last I NIGHTINGALE !
A club were delightfully THE SINGING
inclement weather a number were un-
La- expects to gain a large membershipfor PENNSYLVANIATHREE
afternoon by Miss I Lassie
Friday able to attend.ancinl\ and cards
p refreshments of tea, I { the coming year, and much inter- THAT THRILL THE HEART fI
throp. Delicious IN SONGS
nerved were the diversions of the evening{, I est is already being manifested. STAR.*
sandwiches and cake were I
after which a buffet supper was The better babies movement will b
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*Mrs. Boice Mrs
r+ Those present were I nerved BICYCLE TIRESbuilt I
feature for the
Krlbbs, Mrs Winn, Mrs. Prentia, Mrs. The guests were Mr. and Mrs How a great and the secretary, Mrs.Februarywork J. T. Also a strictly European $3,500 Production. C. E. Roustey will present ".
J F. C. Bryan, Misses Elizabeth Ault'l ard Katz, Mr. and Mrs Gay Livingston Burckhalter, urges all mothers inter and GUARANTEED
r man and Frances Bay. I Prof and !Mrs Ansted, Mr and by the makers of the famous
; ested to get their babies! in good con The ;',
I Mrs Woodbeck, !Mrs Norris, Mrs Vacuum Cup Tires, to meet ;
AN INFORMAL RECEPTION dition for this contest, and to kindly J
the demand for tire withV.
Stanford, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. Fanny a "
The American Woman's league entertained drop her a card /giving the name of /
Tuesday evening: at the Powell, Misses Virginia and Angle the baby age, etc. This contest will C. quality proportional
i Chapter House with a public reception Makinson, Sibyl Powell Mildred Tur- be held in the new Pillev building on to" more available price.
Golden Frame
Girl in the
io : for the newly-elected A of officers musical of I vi lie,C.Mary W. Ward Dixon,,Eugene Mildred Bryan Lee; ,Messrs Hill- - TripletreadSturdy }
the chapter.,! program
rendered, Makmson, Billy Me Cool, E. C. Russell, END STOMACH TROUBLE Stud \
numbers and readings was
followed. .J. K. Atkood, t has. Baines, Harry GASES OR DYSPEPSIA'Tape's t "
t f The after retiring which a officers social served hour as a reception Hunter, Geo. Gardner and Mr. Harper. SuccessEvery in her 1915 vertiont-De Art. This is positively the most elaborate f\\

e .. committee. Delicious refreshments I M C C Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour bike owner should electrical LIVING POSTURE PRODUCTION EVER STAGED. (;
served I A SICALE. Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine <
were I know about the Three Star
The pupils of the Osceola .
piano
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Line. It i I. the bl,-
,,1'"' TANO-BENUER. (I I High school, under the direction. of gect tire triumph of We invite all lovers of art and the beautiful to see this hih-clats iSi:
'y! The following nuptial notice from Miss M. F. Beals, gave a mid year what you just ate is souring on
',' t I s I musicale in the school auditorium years. Let ua how production. See the reproductions of "NIGHT WATCH," "ROCK OF to
a recent issue of the Palm Beach Post I your stomach or lies like a lump of these tires and "
you
is of interest in Kissimmee: Thursday afternoon. The music class lead, refusing to digest, or you belch tell you of their distinctive AGES," "CRUCIFIXION," "DRE EREMIT," "THE LAOCOON" '1+:
artmenu of the bride in I consists of twenty-nine pupils, which gas and eructate sour, undigestedfood merits.OSCEOLA. di
the Coloniaf Arms on Thursday after ,I' include besides piano pupils, two or have a feeling of dizziness, "JOAN OF ARC," and others. j
noon, at 4 o'clock, Alfred A. Tano and classes in harmony. The following heartburn, fullness, neusea, bad tastein
Mrs Anna C. Bender were joined in program was rendered: mouth and stomach headache, you CO.
1 wedlock.Mr. Duet, Alumni Reunion March (R. S. can get blessed relief in five minutesPut BICYCLE Monday Tuesday and Wednesdax ,
t and Mrs. Tano have been residents Morrison), Lillian\ Prentis and Norma i an end to stomach trouble foreverby 23 $ '
here for a month or more-Mr. Griffin. getting a large fifty-cent case of BroadwayKisiimmee
w Tano being the lessee of the Bijou) and Who Invented Music (Crowest), Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store ALSO FOUR BIG MOVIE REELS ;
the Arcade theater.; and while this Miss Cecelia Overstreet.Solo You realize in five minutei how needless ,
t affair has been for some time contemplated (a) First Waltz (A. Schmall) ; it is to suffer from Indigestion, Florida Admission 10 Cents
the precise date of the nuptialswere (b) March of the Little Sages (W. S. dyspepsia or any stomach disorder J,
kept secret. The couple will re- B. Matthews), Jeanette Prevatt It'. the quickest, surest stomach doctor }
i t aide, at the Colonial Arms, where they Velocit Study, No. 31, Op. 162 (C. in the world. It'a wonderful I ';>
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n -'SIMMU'VAU. .GAZETTE ": i5on'tm"lss' tie isle-at Cole Jewelry- '''W7''A. -Stout,"a real estate man 'of 't . n..o I..n.. " " ;;-ado;; : ; vfrttsd.1.. n;A --S: Beuter I*.11-iidtledqtsi -_

'. (T.l.pbone law ll;) . .k,. Co>>.. on now: and ends February. Wichita, Kan.., was visitor of the In the city: Saturday.Sunday and Mon.1 Minnesota to take charge of a'taet

.Published F. Winston, of Orlando'ln:" the f.week. 0 DEATHS, 00:1 day and conducte4 services. at the of land there .for the Southern'. Land
Every Friday By' O.
city .Tuesday on business "' Miss Mattie ''Bandy left this week .- Catholic church.-: company. Mr. BeuUr's family. win
W. B. HARRIS A: H. O. TANS. AQJtBW . ..o.oo.ooo..o. !o.. .
until school 1 is
i See Dann's lace .specials for Satur for Atlanta to purchase her spring pcmain here ,put.
': ' ORDER ron PU.LICATiOA.Ia .
day and Monday.. stock: of millinery, \ > .CAYLER.., : - -
.. 'Jo..tO .o.. o.. .. J.. A, Blackwell. of 6t Mr. ,,W. J. Fling' and daughter, Mllebrief. Charles Cayler, seventy-four n..t ('..rt.. .u .f' nerldn.
:: Clouj spent age LEARN +O.eAT--
"'x uibvu* "1 ill"thrdq)11..7 -. "' ,, Ethel-haTO-Ietuin i north after a I SundayriKirnirtg''' at 9 . .......... ........... ......,....- .. 1.v. .. '
years
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:visit I k .1y lvvm *. eat th. .n ar.t..... end
Weather- i in the + o'cloc the"home of '
Report city at his
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Corinne
Smith, of St: Cloud, ;; wIn Cb..Nh i health, .*.r r and ...>i>__ will tea
visited friends here last: week. ''C l. S. D. Decker: ''of 'St. Cloud,' Mrs. T. W.' Ellis, In this city. .'lii. 8.. LMTltt. Complainant, 7..,.. It _It._ ...... What ,.... .saw ,i ie.pati
L. U. Zimmerman spent Thursday in the' city on bust I remains were taken to Tampa Sunday KHsa' Jan'Lsatt'D.frndant.th.tbill $ , ,a .r _lltlma ... 7h CAN tea .
in Orlando '
+ was night and interred.beside-those of his .rd rith' mrmmer' arwMaaw* and) the .tI tpr.per
ness. feed.: If a e.naet vmwm I will ecU, ,
Following' are dally ternp Monday on businessSheriff Wife, who preceded him thirteen years I"-"ln. by affidavit appended.auto N St .._ G... .... ,seas ; ;
raturi and. precipitation < Ingram spent Thursday in Frank T. Graham, representing the ago. The funeral services were held flied In the above atat* Tampa Tribune was in the city on that Rllsa Jane Ltaavltt.' the d.f.ndanlth.r.tn '
ai reported by Government ', ', Oeala on business business the first, part of the week. here and the only service at thegrave named ie a non-resident of the|1'- a _170.. a,.; A.:YAAT. .
station at Kissimmee for the Seth Tyson has been up from Rosa- wa that conducted by the Tampa .tat. of Florida, and la a realdent ofPeabody | ..... .t CJ.__ 8.'". .... M. J- ";:
J' We the auto .tat. of Maaaaehuaetta, over I. ....
lie this week. give coupons on con.test. camp of the G. A. R; of which he I TAMPA. F. l-4t T
the ace of t..nt,-on. It I.
rears;
week ending Jan. 28, 1915: Ask for them. Dann's Department
member. Interment.. in
was therefor ordered nonreeldent
that said
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Friends will
learn that
regret to ne''QIIIIIIe nee DM UK MM TIN Msat
Friday __ __ __72 41 Mrs. Sanborn is quite ilL store.Shafer Jackson cemetery, Tampa. required"defendant to appear be ::1hhnl. =::.-I .. *f Ha teafe sad tasatt eflee*.tAX ..
Saturday ____ _,75 62 W. W. Green of Sanford fountain pens guaranteednot Mr. Cayler, who was a Kansan before plaint sled la said eauee on or b*> T1VsaOMOOO11tIas1.b.sYrlb..erdfa.qh .
'
was a re- leak. cent dis- Florida hi. home
to ,
Twenty-fire per adopting as tore Monday the let day of March .
Sunday __ __ .73 63 .60 cent business visitor. count at Cole J.welry Co., alt cams to this state In 1884 and locatedn A. D. lli. otherwise the allearaUona ruwtaa- . __>nt the fell Maw..* ti
said leek ... tb. itmmtmn mt M. W. oaOVX ISe.i I
of bill wilt be
taken aa ooafeaaed ,
Monday __ __ __72 68 Lace specials Saturday and Mon Capt. C. H. Armstrong;' of Kenans- Kissimmee, where he lived until by said defendant.
Tuesday -- -- .70 67 day. Dann's Department store.A ville, spent Sunday and Monday In 1895. Then he moved to Tampa toengage It I. further ordered that this order ; ':" "O'I'I'CWo' :
be publUhed one a reek for fourconsecutive Notice ,. hereby art Yen that the an
word In the dairy business and
to the remained
Wednesday .. __64 62 1.10 wise etc. Better the city. Week In the Klaelmmee of the toekboldra of the
I buy now and save money. Cole Jewelry James A. Vanvoast, of Schenectady, there until 1910, when he returned Valley o- .. a newspaper published Consolidate Title Company will behold
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.60 I I
Thursday .
Co. to Kissimmee.' Although he In aald county and tate. at the -olflc of the oompaay. la
N. Y.', wall in the city. Sunday, en- had been failing in health for more This January tlth. nil. Klealmmoa. Florida ,on Monday February
.aaoo... ..0..0000.. F. H. Travis and R. M. Dyer, of route to the Shaker colony in which (Circuit J. L. OVKR8TRBRT.!: 1. lilt, at 1* o'clock a. m.. forth
Savanah, Ga., were business visitorsof he is interested. than a year he did not give up his Court Beat) Clerk. Circuit Court. election of,'director and fer thetransaction
activities until about three weeks before By JAMBS M. JOHNSTON. of Such other bualneM aa
the week.Thirtynine. Regular dollar shirts, eighty-nine his death. Deputy Clerk. may be brought j before said meeting.'w. .
inch Sea Island 7 1-2c cents. Dann's Department store. He is survived by three daughters LEWIS O'BRTAN .' B. CRAWFORD, -
Complainant. ;
i I Solicitor for eat l-St .Secretary
I THE LOCAL HELD I Itllllllllllllllllllllllill at Dann's Department store. Mr. Pifford, a prominent banker of and one son, all of whom were with .
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Howell, of Rosales Fellsmere, was visiting in the city him at the time of his death. Theyare -- -- -
Fla., were in town shopping this week with Senator A. E. Done- Mrs. T. W. Ellis with whom he
early in the week. made his home and Mrs. J. H. Outlaw

Out of state visitors here this week gan.Mr.. and Mrs. J. R. Mallette have also of this city, Mrs. Sydney ,
Vernon Ellis was in Tampa on business were J. B. Francesca and wife and returned to their home in Savannah, Purvis of Nichols and W. S. Cayler,
a part of the week who had been a resident of Tampico I Stanford's I Stanford's' 1- :
Geo. Vonrvess and wfie, of Ohio. Ga., after a visit with their daughter, I
F. R. Mason, of Haines City, spent Real old time Penna. scrapple. Just Mrs. G. W. Persons. until recntly when he came here for
Monday here on business.For I a visit with his aged father and his
the! thing for breakfast; twenty centsa Mrs. C. C. Kulp left last Saturday ,
citrus trees see F. H. Lawson, pound. Parlor Market. for San Antonio, Fla., to visit her sisters.

, next door to postoflTice. 51-tf This is your opportunity to buy a daughter, who is attending school PFANN. .

I Z. N. Parker, of Arcadia, spent Sun- food watch at a small price. Don't there. Sextus Pfann a civil war veteran, 10 DAYS' BIG SAL l

day in the city. miss it. Cole Jewelry Co. I Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris, of Mount died Sunday night in this city at the

Leonard Williams, of Loughman, Mrs. J. Caskey and Mrs. Myrtle Vernon, 0., who have been here for home of his brother, H. M. Pfann.
was in the city Tuesday. Gonser, of Akron Ohio, were recent some time, left this week for their I I Funeral services were held Monday 4
Prof. R. F. Webb spent the week visitors here. They and Mrs. A. L. I home. afternoon at the Emmett street home,

end in Tampa with relatives.W. Ober and daughter, Mabel left ttv3nvddle Just received a complete line of Rev. S. W. Lawler pastor of the Beginning tomorrow Saturday( )

H. Brokaw, with Gritting Brothers of the week for Tampa and I ladies' low shoes, pumps, etc., in all Methodist church, conducting same.
the tree peopla.: 40 tf other south Florida cities on an extended leathers and latest styles. See themat Afterward the local camp G. A. R.
visit.J. Stanfords. took charge of the body and with appropriate morning we will put on sale a complete -
Ackias Bass, of St. Cloud. was in the remains
ceremonies laid
W. Miller moved his family this Have seen that new pattern in
;
business you
the city on Wednesday. week back to his old home, known as sterling. silver at Cole Jewelry Co.? I, to rest in Rose Hill cemetery. Ladiesof and selected line of .
; J. I D. Clark has returned' from a the Rob Bass place, just east of the Twenty par cent discount during sale. the G. A. R. circle expressed their ,,- '
i the Osceola I beautiful floral of-
business trip on prairie through
sympathy
city. This is a magnificent niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esteywho
. Miss Mildred Futch of Webster', re- suburban property and has changed have been spending the winter in ferings as did numerous other friends. Ribbons All Color.. All WiJtlt. r .
mains the truest of Misses Lola and hands several times in the past few Kissimmee, have gone to St. Peters | Besides the brother here the deceased -

I Lottie Lawler. years. burg on a two or three weeks' visit. I I leaves a sister who resides in -
I New York state. Mr. Pfann was bornin
; Cypress field\ boxes for sal! cheap Jno. A. Blackwell, of th-s Ashton Reduce the high cost of living by Germany, February 28, 1843. He Womens' NeckwearWomen
Osceola Lumber &, Furniture Co. 29-tf Turpentine company, was in the city buying where your money buys the I came to the states when quite young I
Mrs. J. T. Miller and mother, of Wednesday.! Mr. Blackwell was up most; get our prices. Dann's Department and had lived most of his life in New
Unifies] City, were shopping in the from Manatee county, where his com- store. York state. He enlisted in the army r

city Monday. pany is opening a new turpentinefarm You want an alligator handbag, bill in 1861 as a private in company C, I s' CollarsThese
Miss Aletha Fisher has returned to on a visit to his family'at Ash- fold, drinking cup or purse to take'' Fourteenth regiment New York infantry .
her home in Tampa after a visit here ton. lie states that the Ashton placeis back home with you ? This is your | About a year ago he came

} at the H. C. Stanford home: being discontinued as it is about chance, twenty-five to fifty per cent Florida for his health and during hi articles are going to be dosed out at the :-
worked out, but the company will residence here has lived with ,
former editor of the discount. Cole Jewelry Co. r
C. A. Barnes,
i, Apopka News, has accepted a position continue its operations at Southport.In brother, H. M. Pfann. ] unheard of reduction of '
Manatee county, on the Miakka Mrs. H. Alberts and son, Mr. and >I>
i with the Valley Gazette. river, the company has fifty men at Mrs. J. C. Graf and Emil Graf: of BLANCHAINE. .. -" .
: kept. and Mrs. Clay Johnson have work cutting boxes and erecting the Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
', r returned from a visit to their daughter necessary buildings for operating on Feathers, of St. Cloud, were visiting Ct H. Blanchaine from Iowa,, who to locate came, 33j Per Cent

', Mrs. E. P. Dann, "Miami a large scale. here Tuesday en route to Tampa ona I Wednesday recently at the home of Mrs. I ,

j._R or 6 doses 666 will break any case Yes, that hand-painted china is included week's pleasure trip. Wheeler of Bright's disease and hem- IDon't

6T Fever or Chill. Price. 26 cents. in the sale. Twenty-five per Chas. Turner, the boy preacher, accompanied orrhage of the brain. His wife was I .
W. A. Smith came up from Lake- cent discount at Cole Jewelry Co. by his father, T. M. Turner ;, with him at the time of death, and a fail to come in and get a real bargain.

land to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sumner, of of Orlando, spent Sunday in the son, H. H. Blanchaine, of Jackson I

relatives.A. Glendale, Ky., who' came here last city. The seven-year-old preacher ville. He also leave's three daughters, r-
Kraaz, of LaCrosse, Wis., is here I week expecting to spend some time, filled the pulpit of the Methodist Mrs. M. E. Kenyton of Great Falls, r
for a brief visit, while looking after : have been called home on account of j church and greatly interested his au Mont., Mrs. G. E. Egloss of Corbin,
property Interests.M. I she serious illness of her brother. Mr. dience. Kan., and Mrs. T. S. Webber, of Tulsa H. C. Stanford Co. r rn
.
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in the n.>r Is a prominent citizen of I Okla.
of
M. Miller, Conoley, was
Glendale and his friends are urging LEAGUE SOCIAL. Funeral services were held Thurs " .
city Tuesday. him to make the race for representative Misses Ruth and Sarah Clark en- day with the local Masons in charge
Miss Virginia Hinton, of Georgia. from his district He is greatly tertained the members of the Senior and interment in Rosehill cemetery '
is visiting in the city as the guest of nterested in this section of Florida Epworth league Thursday evening at followed. .. ,

Miss Mary Carson. and Kissimmee people hope that he their home on Verona street The diversion ,eo- "" --..-- No 'If'" rfV.... N "" -'*-- "" v "" -,*-- '
', Edgar Katz and Fred Bass havt'jJ' will decide to return here to establish of the evening was a league C. H. Taylor, of Jacksonville, and t

been spending' several days in Jacksonville l home. and flower contest. Delicious refreshments Wm. S. Jordan of Jacksonville, are < '
on a pleasure trip. W."C. Grove, of El Reno, Okla., of hot chocolate and cake were. prominent visitors who have been WHY YOU SHOULD GET YOUR MEATS AT ,'

Mrs. F. Hutchinson and Miss Mildred served. nth. city all,the week: r
Waters; of Davenport, were visiting velopmentand '

Mrs in J.the W.-city Waring last Saturday.and baby of tion. He expects to return here soon 0000'000 00" 0 0 O 0 0 0000'0 0 0 000 0-0'0 000 OOO "HNOTICE ;" I TI PARLOR r MARKET _

Lakeland are visiting her parents, to thoroughly acquaint himself with I
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann. this section. of Florida. I ,

the Rice Don't forget the better babies move- i
Thomas representing
Fred '
j & Hutchtns ShOo! comoanv was a visitor ment contest, and bazar in the Pilley When yon get Meat at this market yen are sore of1' gettiif ,I

I in Kissimmee\ last Saturday. building February 22 and 23. The only dean, fresh. meats. Our refrigerators sad meal boob arc'thoroughly
'
Miss Margaret Evans arrived last Mother's and Teachers' Literary and co sterilized every Bight sad we are ready at all times fee \ ,
Social club will be in charge. Bring
from Oakland, Cal.! for a
t visit Saturday with her brother, Prof. R. M. all babies, your babies six years. of a government laepceti.L't
age, and your pretty babies and your
Evans. ugly babies. All of them have a Daily Package Delivery ServiceTo NO HOUSE-FLIE.<=* HERE
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hoover, of Ashley your lean babies, your fat babies, your
Ind., are in the city for an extended chance for the medal. St. Cloud
visit and are the guests of Mr. We make eoattaat war OB the laoaael)'. Oar shop. Is screeaee!

and Mrs. A. L. Stevens on Main street.J. Beginning tomorrow (Saturday) morning, I will inaugurate a daily and we do our Let to keep our shop dear el this ammo pest.

business. F. O'Berry trip to, who Dade is county back ,from states a : EVERY STREET small package: delivery service TO ST. CLOUD AND RETURN SER- These are tome of the good reasons why we want yo* a* .a

that his sixty acres of tomatoes near VICE TO KISSIMMEE. weekly customer. J ,
Homestead, have all been planted and Our moHo is: '

are in fine condition.W. KISSIMMEE Leave Packages at Home Bakery *- .
i
L. Hensley, who has sold his Quick Sale --- Small Profits

home in the city, moved to Kissimmee Has Its Share of t'- e Proof That Kidney : AU packages for SL Cloud mutt be left at the Home Bakery at,

tract Park of this land week.in that He neighborhood has purchased and a Sufferers Seek. t or before 8 o'clock in the.morning. All packages for Kudmmee mutt Quick Delivery White Service -. .:' -:
Backache? weak
will begin at once to develop a grove. Kidneys ? I be left at D. Riggan'i Grocery store at St Cloud.
Distressed ills
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Campbell, with urinary ?
T"-1' here spending the winter Want a reliable kidney remedy? REASONABLEREED'S Look i
\ who are PRICES FOR SERVICE VERY at
Dont' have to look far. Use what
'-- with Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter have I Cash Pricesi
been in Bartow all this week visiting Kissimmee people recommend. Every : these Low
street in Kissimmee has its cases. I
blends BAKERY T. H. REED prO rlefOroooooo.ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.ooooooooooooo -
Here's Kissimmee man's
Mr. and Mrs Geo. W. Gale, of Lodi, ience. one exper- i i Good Steak (Zlbs.)_________________-_________-____ ZSc"

Seneca county New York, are Mr.spend-Gale Let R. L. Starling, prop plumbing I' Porterhouse Steal (Ib.)_..________________-________-_ tic"*/ "

tl\t a few days In of the E. city.P. Golding, of and metal shop. Brack St., Kissimmee Choice Cuts Sirloin and Tenderloin (Ib.)_________________ '20e;Yl
old friend
the Is an Shingle Creek section. a tell great it. benefit He says Doan's: "Knowingwhat Kidney Good Roasts (Ib.)______________________'____________121-Ze'; ./j ;

G. B. Garsides, of Massena, la., and Pills have been in my family and from r Choice Roasts (Ib.)__._________________-_____________ -1STSamage u' -

F R. Garsides, of Atlanta, Ga., are my own personal experience with WE SELL FOR LESS.--CASH IS KING MeaT (ZIbs.)_____________________T_______" :;. 2Se:

'pending several weeks here looking G. B..Garsides them, I take pleasure in recommending Hamburger Steak (Zlbe.)-_________________________i s2S @! >j "

,. .after property and his in this family vicinity.were here been them.troubled One for of years the by family weak kidneys had- HOME-MADE Frankfurters sad BolegBia (Ib.)_-____-= t e- -

... '* for several months' visit. and times Another Money Saving Yalue'AT Best Oysters ( quart) !> i r
last winter a at was laid up in per ---------------------- --P'&f (
.... ::1 No. 302 bed to in the I W. make of all kiad. of Produce. |
tiA,K Mrs. J. T. Burckhalter, owing severe pains a specialty \frt& I
+
will be glad to have all back and trouble with the kidney se-
\fto-.street. agents for the famous Saaford celery. This celery Is Feceivel fi ;
w +'mothers interested along the line of cretions. Doan's Kidney Pills were 1//
*(*.: j ,the better babies movement drop her used and they brought relief." every day. W. welcome weekly customers. V K
9JJA"BARGAIN
; card giving' the baby's name, age, Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply ; ?
; 'kl-fa[ SA
;h:. address' etc.: ask for a kidney remedy-get, The Family'Shoe Store COUNTER U i\ f
.
and Mrs. Eben Porch and little Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Something new. Don't fail to come and see the collection of

<.r.J.Mr.' Tuesday for St. Augustine Mr. Starling had. Foater-Miiburn meats on this counter. Will be placed.. on. sale .at 2, la the _/
,.'!i : other southern points en- Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. from 75 noon and will b*'! continued" up 10.10 Saturday ..,.1. ">HJ a 1i itr2Q"
here 25
ti. If come can save to cent oa every
Louis Mo. you you t
: ,route to their home in St. -- All kinds of meat with prices on each piece.
, 'They have been guests of Mr. and pair of Shoes you buy. We take it off because we sell for cash and Come and select your. at your own pricev ':>OfIIbrl[ T 1.4: :,.

y Mrs. 8. Anltman for the past three .have a. .u ,Dedabl. bills which we add to the price of our ....... '
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i ,.weeks. OpportunityTo Dozes of people are saviag this a.,.. Why aot yes i c... Th. only Meat Shop in the city' if gWtngMekct, V. for" ''
weeks'pleature
\ 'Mr M. Eats is away on a six in sad this special) $4.00 Woman's. O
1 see < t:1' "f
!, in the east 5'0 Auto Contest at the Casino. and business trip Secure Bup .. Mast SelL '
,e"; tJ arevisitors who arrived a few days Patent Colt, oaly. -_,..----...-______I___-__.-3> - -, i M f -.'!lf| :r--; '''''r--. ft..!!.:.-.t

>\i .3- v.;,, ago to' spend samba time !in Kissimmee.Mr Nice' home In best residence This *ew Shoe. is a beauty; comes hi the latest m conservative I 11

It They..are and at MraAnderson the borne of JInu of Chicago Franklin -, section convenient Kissimmee., to business style, patent celt with cloth top, welt sole, stack tip .latest Cabaa Jhe Rarlo&I .;rl fii (
of Make
center of ?
'ic k'' on Emmett street; fer for six room cottage on eorfnerof heeL. Ye. cam fiad' -you ... Regular $.00 value. but will cost : < t '!

;., ,Mrs./C.,.'V., Brakeuof.Toledo, 'Ohio; Emmett street and RON yes ,alt ,X3.50: .. .. **.! .... .
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.rVho ,baa beenspendisgsore..; ; timeyer.dat avenue. One-third cash ,balvance I # ...... ., ,. '.. '\\r.t! 4'

; the'home of M...... Franklin I one and two. years, .8 per., ,, 'I" J.( \ v\>,\' ,J.. F>Vf;'HARRIS. Manger j .$ I"ii'., CAi'PHOI'' ql 1I7" ....-t.. td. .1"'I :-i ,
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for v ""
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of tb.-ir. ; .
t left the i early part' ; cent ,interest.. ... ) j .:: ....' ....
.; 't'ltiacsi, ,,. She-was accompanied by -. D. C.,WAGNER f"' 'IN.''THE ,DANK BUILDING., . '" r near.- -alt ".did viy" ,!"vt'ta-r- 1.:tqr + r it'r.1' U" Ito.. .
'Wbo,' alte4 Mra.1 : '. " 't/1'/ .waP rare tar': .I.ifi.t.. -<1B
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MAcEf AWAITING ". FAMOUS' PiB EI NeWso/JFlgrida' GOVERNOR, ON TRIP COLDS R1OUS,'FARE-STOP.' OFTEN-'MOST"S'POSSIBLE- : LEWIS. -.CX-'. BRYAN, .- ." .. .... .

f>LI<;ATION&.

> ,: ,, Tampa Prepares For Annual" 'landing growers, andShipiers DOWN EAST COAST ., _: 4 ATTORNEY TLAW,3: '

",,',', OfYe Mystic (row. Of League The disregard of a Cold baa often !''t
Gasparllla brought many a regret The fact of : "
't'd OFFICES
? T St. Augustine Fla--For,, a brief Sneering/Coughing:, or a Fever should {M:e .-,
Ar..ngemente have been compfet- ,be warning.' enough that system: '
your 'SPECI4LIZINQ.
'f Tampa, Fla., Jan. -,-Pre.gUllethe period today St. Augustine entertain IN
'I varied beauties and resource* of e'd fair rates on citrus.fruit and pineapple ed a party of prominent state'officials)\ needs Immediate,attention. Certainly .*.*-.. ,
.. ,4 to additional Canadian markets including Gov. Park Trammell] Loss of Sleep is most eer(ous.. It is a' h
?': J' Ulcton.'D'' : C. seral-troptc Southern "'lond'a. and reviving Comptroller warning given Nature. "It ABSTRACT'AND
-Fire"and burg- j according announcement just I W. V. Knott Attorney General by III"a
; l.rfpuyed'havoc In a number of its romance-written post aswell 'made by the Florida Growers and : T. V. West, Treasurer J. C. Luring man's duty to himself to assist by
I during the last the tenth annual carnival of Ye : Shippers' league" : The league sometime and Commissioner of Agriculture W. doing his part. Dr. King's New Dis-

i according. to' a report j'jst made Mystic Krewo of Uusparillu. named for ago realized the necessity for A. McRae. The party arrived this covery is based! on a scientific analysisof
ll vby Postmaster General | one of tho fiercest pirates of American I satisfactory through rates to hitherto morning from the lower coast and Colds. fjQe. at your Druggist. Buya '
y f-lift.! ./ 1I I history will bo hold in tills city from undeveloped localities, so essentialto left this afternoon for Jacksonville bottle to-day. TITLE WORK/ .'

,-., ., import shows that the follow- j February 12 to 16, Inclusive, attracting the extension of our markets. In . ,'
in -
motoring over County Clerk W. =.-= .c-:: =- ::: = = :::: : I,
; y 0 : /. were made to Florida a host of health anti pl"u"iiri-seek- this instance it i iR to the western sect Wallace Snow's-car. -- '
'.!fl. ,,''/,Nr:: er*' 'except as otherwise in- ers from tho! "frlKftl ,zone" above the ] lion of Canada to which tho league1' Governor Trammell and the mem- '. M+ OOOO .', i:

J'fj'l! dieatecl.: ) to reimburse them for, losses iioriliorii btniiKluiy line of the 1'uru- has landed/ for the new proportional bers of his. party are .returning from
(
S + ",, r; :' *rom'rarloos I rates, which become effective February
/ causes: :< "
c Flo" Is confidently/ expciteil tour of inspection of the
? llnu of 1 ITS It a Everglades/ .
.
y 't.I.f.t.. ( 1f f., j1O'0'ij.': .':i..., $124.92.Eldridge ADelespine. Charles C. Voorhies. fire, ( thin ull ullu dauc rciunlK. fur I : 1-: r..onJuonvill.\ , as follows drainage work which tour has I been I t Here is Positively the Best '

most enjoyable and satisfactory.. They
will be broken during
Florida i-\enl
t,; .>I'j( "R. J. Bishop, loss in tran.f.l I Ii 1'.-r n.ix orMl
:) from Jacksonville direct
I willto to
b i ':'(r,:, "',r\.1t100\ (claim dismissed). the llvi'-ilay period. of fehllvlty, and I'oln1dxRnlth ,. Tallahassee. They were guests of Col.! I Offer in Real Estate this
: { I ) the visitors will bu litany nota funl! Sunk: /l 1 32
i{ kJ"">t "4 Greenwood, Thomas Applewhite, among I . .
( ( ,1111"i ?* .Milll.i 1 4"4I W. A. Mac Williams at luncheon at the +
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1'- '.1ft. + ire, $106.26.t bU'H of America and foreign countries lln. lilu, ,-, Alt a 1 14"4 : Season. Known
Alcazar
frill at asSIGSBEE'S
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( noon. -
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". P..sld."t'lIbOIl. Is those being .M. d i among
: Indian J. A. (ire
<). .' > > r Springs Clark I M'MIKIJllW NIH)" 1 2liHa The governor and slate! officials l.
St i f'j $71.4.i''l" urged to atteid.) Bolls.. Na.l..
; ) rr. : :N.ii; III. flit i" 1 : 2 paid a visit to the state school for
u' ' 'lot J Kiney John T. Trnwiok, fire, The twelve counties of Southern "I'llt .. All.-i < S.mli 1.:12: the deaf and Mind and in .
_ company
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1.452N1O
t Ftnilihnn" I >lla.
', I;;':"! I 130.35. Florida, owing to their varied resources l lou, II, ,SflMU 12x4, with President A. II. Walker made a t GROVE
r i,4 '; \' Leeanto G. O. Barnes fire, $19.HO.! have, weathered,, the period of'' minute inspection of all the fine build-
w ... ,,', ( Pl, Maxville J. E. Stewart, burglary, depression reuniting' from the sudden Through rates to the above ] ings and grounds.
in the past have been made by points i t
f60.38 (claim disallowed)
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and
outbreak of the European war I
..S,' Melbourne Edward P. Branch financial regulation at Washington la to our rates to St. Paul and I ALLOWS DIVORCES FORTY ACRES OF LAND LOCATED ON THE PUBLIC .r
theft claim disallowed npolis the local rates beyond whereas DESPITE THE CHURCH
1 $100.61 ; ( ) a inuKnlflcenl manner, 1'8 shown by I. ROAD BETWEEN KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD
Mollno. Jane K. Grimier, lout in | I the new rates are approximately ,
fi i J transit, $10P\; (claim dismissed). the general deninnd for the holding of forty cents per box less than these Mobile Ala.-Reports of Carranzasaid ONLY THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILE FROM THE CITY
a "prosperity celebration" In Tampa. I combinations.Th' . the former "first chief" is allowing
k Montbrook P. O. Shelter, fire, -
f LIMITS OF KISSIMMEE. FIVE ACRES IN GOOD BEAR-
$16.28. These counties( appear lo bent advantage league has much other work of divorces in the territory controlledby .w

"" Mor.t vista, John W. Hammond, fin'' i ( during': the. month of February at I Ihi, nature now in hand, and w hen a I him despite protests of the Catholic ING ORANGE GROVE; FIVE ACRES OF GOOD ... \

v ,,r $48.0R. I which ffhtlvltles of the tourist and solution of same is reached fuither (church which has hitherto. not 1'1'-1 :f BLACK SOIL ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO TRUCK :
Safety ]Harbor, George; 1:. Tlmnms" fruit and \iKtaliln\ shipping) ) ,! season announcements will be made., I mitted divorces in Mexico.
burglary I $4.N5;; ( claim dimillnweili. me ill thou heights. anil lliu' words of I : GROWING; BALANCE OF FORTY IS GOOD FARMING
South Jacksonville, Paxul It. Tlioman (the vlMluiK I lioilhiiiul.s, will Announcement is mode by the OrI I : I 4J
fMi'i-ttnK' 'lo CLEARED READY
: AND ORANGE GROVE LAND ALL
How To Give Quinine. Children. ,
s
I huulo ,trimof the Florid.i\ (Growers; ,
,, lire, $:,! !(".t>4. be "I hlpre-si-ion Is nn unknown \j 1"'-
1 Wulton J-liz".T: Ilire, I lims, in t I inn-, t.iue, , hi'ie, '1'hrIt'in.,,, the. (Caspaillla ; :and,,\ Shippers, "'aKllt. that, the Atlantic PrtBRTLINRblhetrnde.nrk l nRn1 rflvrn lo cm.. | :t': FOR PLOW AND UNDER A GOOD HOG-PROOF FENCE.'T,
( 'o.ist Line iailn, l and I lu- N. ( it I Improved uuinttiv. 'l. n THH| !1..0""" >rue ple Iant i
S. >:"i< j
Bit $1:1 ) I St. I L Mtilioad. ha\e aiei'i to ledni'e .. '
Wimaumii. David G; Tlinipi1" Ix-1- III> .. / Children like It "e m-\rr know it in O" "inr. .!
er. '-1 i transit f'27l: \ ; ( claim ilr.n11.,11,1), ,I ) r Male than "-\f'r'1'lo. InItiinur t Ihi-' 1If n e of rapcfinit' ser\'etl, on allSbnnig \\ 41no\ eI><-CI.tly .. d. ""kol 10 a.lultil\ who cunuot ,' .F.fI. SUBURBAN FARM WITH ALL THE ADVANTAGES OF ,
of' tin amiu.il eMiU the rail 1 .. take ordinary QiHiiitie. 1'0'' >l nntir-riite nottniiNe
S. It. I'ik cats opetatiMl( by lhest .o.IIlh.F""n.dy i il
4/ Worthington: Stcphcli- tirrvuiiporHK nor iHnumtc Il1lh. h.Try\ ::
$//i.f0. KIM-. ,! anil steamship" : lines' ha\i KianlM I ,rmlioaiN hll1II''n rhaijinj /;- .h uot time you need Vnlilt for any pur* : A MUNICIPALITY.
< iMniiK'l', ) 'low rat ,to,, 1'.11111',1| I midotlnr ,' dent, twenty' cents to I tw-nty live tx> A-k for 2 oitnrc unmnjil, : : package. The. :;: MY PRICE IS FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS IF "
aaiu KLUHlil ,pict] M ill Smith' I-u1dii' Iroin all: II ent per' I half portion for this 'rl ull.l] .
k pointeaM I ,!fibs :MKsissippl I ) river. and Solve seeks ago: the matter of re TAKEN AT ONCE.James .
NEW ROAD TOEVERGLADES
lr< 'in SOUK' points' west. ,luring" thl''a jnesented (to. t .

i :.Mure Hum a ciiitmy, ago> G.i'.parllla, I the I luiliimils, \ by ilitferent, ,, miirketm, i I S..8ULLOCK.REAL
and his crcheld\ pith In a clinic, lintNell ages des, in I Fluritla; opeiatinjr, in conInection x M. Johnston Owner
with the Florida (;rowers and ,
forlllMM] inaimloii, '
[ % Stnppi' league./ The Seaboard rfnl\ | :rfi' Kissimmee Florida
,
which HCH just, 5(011h of Tampa' ,
I i ouda.) .. the first to make these re- j ESTATE
fromlilcli they Hiillled 1 hut Ii In ,seaifliof ,
treasure, whips and pretty women, iluctioiikbut\ the. Coast Line and theexprc..ed | ....................... <-:-* &&>4&f f C i-<- N. (C. & St. I. have now '
y'- Bradentown Upon the return. oft m.iny' of wliom were. taken mind held. their willingness to coopeintc with INSURANCEExamination n '

t James A. Moore from New YOlk city, captive Just once did the ciew venture the Florula Growers(; and Shippers" inadvertising r.<.ti.ti----------O.-: ..'i-------O.-r.O'--r 45i_r:40440060040a- c"1
where i is nowaI'd
+ he / / in completing into and the
Tuinpa'u bay 'J'ampii was : this popular fruit
(A5 plans 'for the new Palm Beach( nothing more. limn it fishing. hamlet price now being, charged! on theseroads of Titles a f:f ... ;,..
a and Everglades railroad the work of 'r'1 .1LJ P'I
i then but they were forced to beat a IS ten cents per half portionand .
.
constructing road will bu started
/ the In the garrison fifteen cents per whole fruit. TIlt'I11l1tt..r
'quick retreat by men Specialty.
++ at once. This is the announcementmade I' known as ,Fort Hrook. These is being taken up also with
Tom \. FOR SPRING PLANTING
by Campbell.There and to extent
railroads
other some
.,,n, are two surveys at work now hardy soldiers, some or whom fought; with hotels and restaurants, and! with Correspondence Solicited.
In the War of 1812 and against the
+ On the right-of-way one working
out doubt other roads will co operatealso. .Q
;',F from the other end of the proposed Seminole Indians put the pirates to 'I Full line of new crop seeds of all kinds. i
line and the other is now surveying flight without a battle. The romniandor I

2 the line a short distance out from this of Fort Brook, not being; a navigator : Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, secretary and Send us Your !; We can supply your .

city. With two crews at work the followed 1 the pirates Into the Gulf I general manager of the Klordia anS.EfoCOM;; -

.. survey of the entire roadway should and returned, by throwing sliliiKlen Into Growers; acid Shippers league, has KILGORE NY

yjMs Vve made in a comparatively hhort pe- the waters, being enableil, thereby. to been spending!> / gl'\elal days in Washington Orders For
riod of time. PLANT CITY FLORIDA.
the officialsof ,
come back over the course taken Ingoing in conference with I

I4 % the Much officials progress of this has new been road made in the by "; : out For ton years past the the United States department the details of of .:-:.<..:.<" M X.44y-0454. {-'r rS }54.x-->-:-:-Y4555444454404004 l"'
s ghostly figures: of the pirate crow have agriculture/ arranging I
of for the preliminary
formulating plans of the federal I
the administration appropriation -
fallen and taken tho city but in -
work and once started it will be upon I IIIOAMH
I
lJ of $:i.r>,OUO for citrus can
the cause of and pleasure and
rushed to completion with all pOH.ibleapeed. peace ker eradication work. CHANNELSANULKS
f Practically all of the not in the quest for blood and gold. '
AND
l of-way has been secured and riKht-1 I The landing of Gasparllla has, there. "

expected that within two weeks the fore, become almost as widely known LaGRIPPE ALL SHAVES What About Your Insurance?
COLDS &
officials will have deeds granting them among the children of America as the -

If right-of-way along the entire route landing of DeSoto which Is also portrayed '
break
5 or O doses GOO will BOILER PLATES ",.
from this city to Lake Okeechobee. .
S 4o The construction of this proposed Is during one of the the Carnival.most brilliant The Carnival social any case of Chills & Fever Colda TANK STEEL No matter what yon may want in the way of Insurance, I eaa. .

y, road has created a great deal of interest events of the South each year. & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver GALVANIZEDCOPPER supply it I make a specialty of Indemnity and Fidelity Bond, Life, ;!
and. the officials of the road does
to the increased Interest in better than Calomel and Dot AND
Owing
Fire Accident Health and Tourist Insurance.
1 are receiving hundred of inquiries ,
the monster carnhal'pageants., the gripe or sicken. Price 25c.SEEDS. j
1 1 from property, owners and other in- ; ZING SHEETS Courteous and prompt attention, DO matter how ,
number of allegorical and historical
''
teresUd in the''Everglads .i to the
'V1!: course the right-of-way will take parades will necessarily: be increased large or how small an amount you .with. I f
'! anJ this and of floats of TRUSS RODS {..
''when'' the road will be completed year, scores
t ,.. T other important matters pertaining to marvelous beauty will be entered. STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL CARSON l/
FARMER
the building of the new road. Maneuvers by warships, aeroplane )

h sW ,, >+e Tom Campbell, who returned from flights, regattas, day and night fireworks IRON WORKOF GENERAL INSURANCE. '
Jacksonville, is very optimistic over I displays In the bay and river We carry all the leading varieties V ;
the success he had on his trip. lie a beautiful exhibition of South Flori- of Farm, Field and Garden Seed that ALL KINDS e 'Phone 230-3. Defile St n, ,

J F said! he went for the purpose of talkIng da products on the court house square have been tested and known to be .\

r l over some matters! of importance I and other feature! are being arranged adapted to this soil and climate. We ALL HARD WOODS .
: with some of the large land for
can fill order immediately
your
comran- for the entertainment of the visitors. .
lee owning land in the
of all varieties of
new
;n of the The carnival will excel the fetes of crop LAUNCHES
the proposed right-of-way new
r road, and was well pleased with the Southern Europe in uniqueness If not Seed Beans, Seed Potatoes, English IH>KIES AND
reception they gave to his proposition In splendor, and every visitor will be SKIFFS
to them. well cared for by the populace. Peas, Cucumber, Tomato,
L BUILT TO
q "You can just say for me that we Pepper Seed, Eta
4"& will eat Christmas dinner on the BREAKS LEe; SEVEN TIMESIN ORDER YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO.
banks of Lake Okeechobee and we will FOURTEEN YEARS Seed Cora, Seed Oats Seed Barley HOILKRS AND

c travel 'there for this dinner over the Darby, Pa.-Running on slippery Millet Sorghum Seed, Etc. : TANKS BUILT TO f'H
"
Palm Beach and Everglades railroad, streets to catch a trolley car, William ORDER
'ti' said Mr. Campbell when asked how Rhodes Grass Seed
H. Harmer forty-eight years old, PUMPS FOR ALL
soon the officials expect to have this salesman for a Chestnut street storein Natal Grass Seed

," .., ...'new road completed. Philadelphia, fell and broke his PURPOSES
4 'i,5. right leg. Complete Stock of garden and field COMPETENT FORCE ManagementEVERYTHING

f TilE MUST WEAR BLACK HOSE. This is the seventh time in fourteen seeds poultry feed and supplies in FOR ROAD WORKAT "
v' Milwaukee Wis.-The police have
N cubators etc.
that Harmer has brokenhis
years ALL TIMES
1 l issued an order based on the complaints right leg.FOURTEEN. Write for our spring catalogue and
: '9 of officers on duty at one oft weekly price list on poultry feed etc.
'r the West Side coasting spots, thatwOlI'en MEN SHOT IN I \ro
i
( Oldest established and largest seed'j TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE
who winter
.. y' ,r sports must wear are black enjoying stockings. The LABOR FERTILIZER STRIKE AT PLANTOF COMPANY house in Florida. :: II

,. ...- order was caused by the fact that tot E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY J; ,

, several localities owning to the flying Roosevelt, N. J Fourteen men were No. 206 East Bay St. I .
have stood the hills shot, four of them being
l skirts men on mortally '
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. HAVE IT :i
,
rte 1' and made comments as the coasters wounded in a pitched battle here to- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I ,
day between two hundred and -
flew by.New fifty ( .

} y.4,p Jersey has 95,000 widows and sheriffs striking at laborers the plant and of the fifty American deputy 4d 408 (j400 We are fully equipped and manufacture all grade of I'

nearly as many bachelors. Agricultural Chemical lumber rough and dressed I
company. Ceiling
Flooring
n : Siding, boon .,

DIXIE I LIMITED"Between I Sash, Shingles, Laths, Window and Door Frames, Mouldingof i : ,

CALOMEL[ DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !f-j. all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber s4':

We also carry a complete line'of Brick Lime, Cement Paints, ss.,

Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Louis Varnishes and Class. We are able to to furnish you .' '

MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES Re-established January 6, 1915. thing for your house or your barn, from ground to roof f: j t1r)1 ;

Northbound Daily Southbound / r
r, 9:35: A. M. Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 7:30 I'. 51. c
6:08: P. M. Ar. Macon.Lv.. 11:45: A. M ; :
odsol's liver Ton," Starts Your Liver Tone tonight Your druggist or dealer I : 8:03: P. M. Ar. Atlanta. Lv. 8:35: A. M. t I Send for Free t

sells; you a 80 cent l battle of ]Dodwm's 12:18: A. M. Ar. Chattanooga Lv. 4:37 A. M. X Estimate J j- :
Better nil Calomel and v ,II.- Liver Tone under my personal :. 4:50: A. M. Ar. Nashville Lv. 12:10: A. M. t I

back guarantee that each !\I|>t> llIone1.'I 9:28: A. M. Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30 P. M. ..
Lost I Oats We clean your sluggish liver better 6:36: P. M. Ar. Chicago Lv. 11:30 A. M. .
I done of nasty. calomel and that it won't :
< make tick.Hodnon'g I We will be glad to give Price and t..
Estimates
you you
\. Liven up your sluggish liver) Feel 2:69: P. M. Ar. St. Louis Lv. 2:16: P.M. FREE.
line and cheerful! make your work a Liver Tone Is real liver : I Contractor Estimates on house bills receive : ,4 '
t Pleasure* be vigorous and full of ambi medicine.. You'll know it next morning o prompt attention.. .
1 r'". because will Solid Train Compartment-Observation cars, Standard Pullman cars
( ties But; take 410 nasty dangerouu you wake np feeling fine,
' ,kl '' .. b calomel because it makes sick and your liver will be working; headache ; and coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman
", lose work.you; and dizziness stomach will be .. sleepers, Jacksonville to St. Louis. '
yi ? \. yon<< may a day's gone;
.
ll+, I' 6 .' Calomel is mercury or Quicksilverwhich" sweet and bowel regular : Dining Cars. Yellow Pine Lumber Co.::
.
'causes necrosis of the bones. Dodaon's Liver Tone Is entirely vege .
ms's'" ", .I/ Calomel_ crashes into sour bile. like table therefore harmless and can not .

r ,tic,,, 'dyptrnlt*,'breaking it.up.\' That's; when ..JiTate. Give It to your children. .. Atlantic Coast Line '. '
14r,, ''r1; t>" you fed that; awful aanea and eramptnf. Millions of people are using Dodaon's .. Phone 195 KUtlmmte Fla. v' :$ i''. :
:; LJe&ee to met'11 1011.. want; to LVH Tone Instead of dangerous calomel '. '
4'
''f. y .S. ''t ''tkalollatt..fJI'BDtJeet;,, ;, live,'aM ';bowel .now.-wYour druggist,will tell you, thai .4> .... ...\' ,: ;
r, 't:ti' r f.i.. ner eltparlaeoed joss tab t..aat..01. '0tJ-*r>$' almost;.stopped | .: ;L,1 c .: Tk Standard Railroad.of U> Sontlu PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWCtRDIa'M; w. ,,.' ''
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2*. 1915: :THE &::1 5SIMMI E. ''v VALLEY :GAZETTE ,. ff

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'1:.. .. oo .t .o .Ot.o..t.1. crop has. ;been damaged: by..xc". s*?*: "()ol!!;;... skeechobee.A
F r FLORIDA / '.
'nO.8IDA. BERRY Column'ForWard R INSHURT VEGETABLES: q. rains. "1'a: :{','
:. FLORIDA/TRUCK; ,,FIELD. >,4 *,< > .? 6,..... 'It

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large .
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_ n ., : .JOE1 YORK .!!'- -t.. ..!t .'"'.' ,-,., t., . to j. vegetables.wttTt'cultivated acreage here thisspring. ,,, ,: .

FRESH REPORTS OF PROCRESS CITRUS' Gainesville. O. Arnold will put .,Farmersare now, planting ,''.*S. '.,
i trY RATE TOO HIGH FROM THE ADVANCING STATE FRUITSFLORIDA New r. In\ ten acres of cucumbers this spring. and are' rejoicing that they, will be Of.. ,.*.? "
YorlL
OF FLORIDA. improvement in Florida was. very little A modern irrigating plant will be installed able to' ship. by. rail to' northern' vegetable
kets. \
to the '
crop.
sales this week. The protect .. "
1. unseasonablewarm . C .C ,
J.ckllOnYine.-Tbe present rate on Green Cove Sprln.s.-concemlng CITRUS .SHIPMENTS.Cars weather has permitted the local nlee.-Frult is moving freely Fort Jrly.n.-HuTY' rains lave, '.\11.:
.: t .''strawberry refrigerator boxes by the the proposition to build a railroad moved last week__*___... 868 farmer to flood the market with the from this section and while returnsare proven d.trimental to vegetables at '
Southern company are receiving from Green Cove Springs to Starke, Cars moved week before last 744 nearby, winter vegetable and '
avnerse the natural not large, some of the growers are all points on the Caloosahatchie river. ,. .' '
much criticism by growers twenty-five miles, th. Dowling-Sands Total to last Saturday '._____12,654 tone was weak. Lettuce is arriv receiving seventy-five to eighty cents as most of the lowlands,were flooded : t'le
.,. and shippers In this state. The Lumber Co.. R. L. Dowling, president, lag in poor condition. The stock does a box net for their fruit. and It will be some days before conditions .' k"
",. ,Packer man has received many complaints says unmatured plans are under con- Jacksonville, Fla.-The excessive' not head up properly and the leavesare Orlando--Strawberries are right to plant seed for,the. ,.
of the kind. J. M. Truby, a sideration. rains in Florida are interfering with too large. This la undoubtedly are on the sprint '. 3Y r
.t grower and shipper .at Starke, said: e o the packing and shipping and have due to the heavy rains in Florida. market, having ,been brought in by; crops o o w .. ,
'," rate now charged by Jacksonville.-Construction of an Prices were the local truckers. '' '
Southern : seriously; affected the carrying quality; necessarily varied and Hopewell- Truckers are putting In '
\, the Express company, is altogether electric interurban railway from Jacksonville of citrus fruit There were almost show a range. of *1 to f4 per basketor C e e spring crop The tomato acreage Is j q
St.
too high. If it had to increase to Middleburg, twenty-four : crate. Petersburg. pawpaw farm '
continuous rains December and
during finished :
practically and they are now
< .its rates why did it not InI miles, it reported begun. Cauliflower was lower In price and has been started and the fruit will be .
and fruit the ; '
January arriving on putting in Irish potatoes.ORLANDO'S ;1
,,
the rate on the different sizes C O generally in put on the market. It is claimed that
crease poor quality. The best
markets is the
beginning to snow
Tavares-Tavares & Gulf railroad there is a ready market for this fruit
of refrigerator boxes in proportion to offerings only '
brought
$1.50 basket
moist
condition. This week there has per MIDWINTER FAIL
I the weight of ice and berries each refrigerator recently completed extension of about or crate, while stock sold at from ten to twenty-five cents each.
I been practically no demand for or- poorer 4 e e Orlando Fla. The Fifth Annual'"
'tr( three miles from Winter Garden to ; -
/ holds T Thesixtyfour down to low
as as seventy-five cants.Beans .
It is believed that the .
quart refrigerator holds 100 poundsof Ocoee, Fla. anges. market have been in Cocoanut Grove.:"-Ths! Florida Citrus Sub-Tropical Midwinter fair will open!; ; "
'I condition will not improve until fairly heavy receipt '
C C C exchange has installed a vat so t'ebruary 9. It Is believed that the
. Ice and the eighty-quart refrigera-of ice. West Palm Beach.-!!. G. Geer, there is change In the weather, as and;l, owing to the light demand, as to thoroughly disinfect all field poultry show this year will, be oa'agreater
hold about 175 pounds fell
tors fully fifty cents under lastweek's
; Palm Beach-Ever- it is impossible to pack and ship fruitin prices "
rated sixty- vice-president, says crate fore packing fruit. scale than ever bet ns; '
tr The company formerly a glades Railway has proper shape under such conditions. closing quotations.. Both wax \
twoI' company appliedfor many inquiries have been received and i' .
'' four-quart of refrigerator at 130, holding pounds, and charter and intends to push con- There is a fair demand for small size and green beans were offered at $1.50to Sej-nRota.-The Sarasota Strawberry a large addition has been made, to"I' :j
bushels berries basket
; refrigerator, holding struction as soon as authorized .Pro( grapefruit BOa to 96s. The demandis $3.50 per but moved slowlyeven association has fifty acres of berries I the poultry building. There will;.be'" .r s s

an two: eighty-quart and a half bushels of berries at poRed line is seventy miles from West about equaling the supply. Peas at were those in prices.light; receipt\ and the ready to move. The crop is inFuld a civic parade the opening cia)'; ,' ,
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Lake via "
Beach
I' 1914, Palm to Hicpochee It variously estimated that the shape" 'r it
Since February,
stock Large
160 '
pounds.
waR generally;
poor. pens
Lake Okcechobee around the southern
" grapefruit still in the CPalmetto.Aleut *
the sixty-four-quart:!: refrigerator has I crop remaining Bold at $2 to $5 per basket and small Cures Old Some Other Remedies Wos't eur '
be built
end of the latter Will
and the state amounts to :3,500,000 to 4,000- I ten per cent
been listed at 225 pounds, stock at $1 to $4. I of1 The wan.tc..e..om.tterothowlong.t.edln% 1
: eighty-quart refrigerator at 250 this year. 000 boxes The Packer man interviewed Eggplants were in supplyand the littucc crop is left.Midway.Truclfers are cared br the woBdertaL old reliable be i #
M several of the heavy liberal are planting' Porter Antlwp Hemline Oil It reltoe ll
J.'rowt'rRand
a pounds. You see there is.not enough Atlantic Beach Atlantic Beach found a dragging at $1.25to Pats end ,, .
shippers and it seems to be the vegetables. The 'I Heal t then Urns tso,recs.'las,
strawberry
the spring
difference in the weights between : o
r $2.25 box. .
corporation has plans for sewal\t'\ -disI universal opinion that to successfully per .t! .j }
:r eix.ty-four-quart refrigerator\ and the I posal plant; two Miller pn<>umaticRE"Wal'e market the larger portion of the Peppers found a ready market when -- .,'.
k< ,, eighty-quartr refrigerator in proportion but offerings entirely ''
ejectors; Imhoff tank; four fancy poor were -
',' to the amount of berries they miles vitrified pipe; cost 30000. I should grapefruit crop growers and shippers selectonly neglected and sold at $1.50 to $2.50 ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. .

I, Contain. If the company wishes to If. take particular care to per box. w. triad ..r llmm. T.rr .._..._ ?- set lee pee *.at .fSrt..er Nt '
the the best grades of fruit and put ...ot. 0. 11 !. .., ....tle WILl NOT
things, about right proportional New Smyrna. City voted $12.000 Cucumbers and what every > r IB* mm MKL.RASB THK AMMOMwklrh
1': equalize these packages up the finest pack so that if there is were scarce I -. !. the ..rrtala .....1(7 I. __* .*...b..... >Ve _....*... !!- f..
for
weight bonds to construct sewer" system; remaining in the state few offerings were in the market sold .rrlr.ltiirl ..r..._ mmlj, mm* _.ra...* 1'.. ntt.faetAsh as far a f>p"' r
any grapefruit
r i k. would be sixty-four-quart refrigerators estimated cost, $36,000; two-thirda to at $2 to $2.50 per basket. .KMIpl D. If t.J.F.
unsold it will be of inferior grade.
t,,. '' 200 founds, and eighty-quart refrigerators be Romaine in receipt and I
paid by property-owners. was lighter BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY
I believe that .. Owing to the present condition of the j jj
\. 250 pounds. fi e to the irregular quality cold '
owing fie'
tariff, and Parish. Drainage committee en- market the best grapefruit that can DBPT. "C" OCALA, FLORIDA.
r1'. according to the present at a wide range of prices. It b fight .
+' consideration, the -Chan S. Hill engineer, Palmetto be shipped is the small and medium ,
into gaged s
taking weights $1 to $3 per basket.-The Pad ,-. j : rx
17 company should either make the Fla., to make survey preparatoryto sizes. ;' r
tt weight on an eighty-quart refrigera
1'r tor more or reduce the weight on the reclaim about 30,000 acres farming fruit dealers and transportation companies ers in the United States are under; Diversified Are Safe ,:'
Plantings .
sixty-four quart refrigerator, as the lands; estimated cost $100,000. to reduce the price on grapefruit twenty-one yeras of age. Plantings
I j' rate on the two refrigerators is hot as published in The Packer, is The safety in divetified pl.ndDg'in farming and fruit growing never I t
Jacksonville. Atlantic National Prof. Max Muller, of Philadelphia, was so a' It will from losses 'i ,' 4
I.;, in proportion to the weight of each. having an effect. The local fruit apparent now. protect you brought ,e ,
I The Packer is in receipt of the fol- bank of Jacksonville will erect building dealers, not only in this city but in Hays the hobble skirt is 3,000 years on by over-production end one crop caUmitiet. Diversified t
1
j. lowing communication from the Grow- for postoffice sub'station.Miami. many others, have reduced the priceon : old planting provide the profits for an aU-year-roiind income. -wornThe '

I ; ers' Strawberry association, at Dover C C O both oranges and grapefruit. A Soil SheD Pecans Roses Trees Shrubbery i '
.-City will lay 6,000 feet of It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism <
if I from New York in Flor- '
inquiry visiting
in to an man
written reply
concrete sidewalk. Pecan will produce more Planting rote, hade trees ,, ,
' the had been called to meet ida, said: "Before I left home I purchased Everybody who ill afflicted with ;
'i growers C C actual food value acre and ihrubbery make the
$4 or had ever been ahown the refrigerator Bradentown.-Geo. B. Wallace will five nice small sized grape Rheumatism in any form should by than any other crop.per Plant home more beautiful snd sttractive > ".
\. boxes that the Southern Express erect moving{ .pIcture theater; twostones fruit for twenty-five cents .at.. a local all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment them around the barns and other and will increate ti)
company proposed as carriers. Secre- ; brick; 35x100 feet; -balcony; fruit stand. I have never before been on hand. The minute you feel building. Try some of our big selling value many time the '19
kLary N. L. Sanchez, of the association seating capacity 600; second floor for able to purchase grapefruit at any hatch or soreness in a joint or muscle, Z.trees or other choice varictio. cost in a very short time. 'Br
4. writes as follows: offices or apartments; upon completion such pri<'es.-The Packer. it with Sloan's Liniment. Do t'
"; JJB. the Packer: We were never of theater Mr. Wallace and partner ' not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost Figs aDd Assorted Fruits Oranges and Grapefruit "

( Shown the small refrigerators of wiil erect two-story brick build- FI OKI I)A POULTRYMEN immediately right to the seat of pain ,._ Fint plant for home contnmp- Our Macd envy. naneries mpdralt %
which you speak, and the express com- ing separated from theater; first floor TO MEET relieving the hot, tender and swollen Jfe tion. second to supply local mar- orange trees are Isolated eCminstinf pos. i
I 'i pany; did not ask us to use the small for stores, second for offices. feeling and making the part easy and keg and third for commercial shipping. sible Infection of scale Insect and fuad t
l',' box,_but said the company would refuse C C C Orlando, Fla.-The Florida branch comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's Profits ranging from KOOOJOQ to Sfo.a> diteatnl Many ofTSe famous Floelda \ ,P
!, to carry the heavy refrigerators, Fivav.-Fivay Improvement com- of the American Poultry associationwill Liniment for 25 cents at any druggistand per acre can be made from growing grovewercplantedwithMacclenayrrowa
," formerly used in Florida, for the pany, W. L. Sontag, president, will hold its annual meeting here this have it in the house-against marketing or canning fig, peaches, trees The sstsnma Is specially. reootn '
classification box rates, that they were erect clubhouse. year, February 910. It is understoodthat Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago pear, plum. Japanese pentmmoas mended for northern plss a.,.- Is hardy - fi" u
" increasing the rates and that we C a large number of poultry men Sciatica and like ailments. You grape and other delicious fruits aad will withstand very cold weather.CrilCnf t

.'wouM have to pay accordingly. Some St. AUg'Ustine.-A. V. Monson is reported will oe present. A banquet will beheld money back if not satisfied, but it does Maeelenny Trees CrUnnifs Tree Book .
,..:t"; and shippers asked them to house to erect addition to New tile Mon-roof on Thursday evening, February give almost instant relief. Buy a We have a complete tock for southern Civet the ripe experience men who bays ?Y YlantingatourMacckonyaurserie.near

./ mneeteus in a general meeting and son ; fifty-four bids in rooms; and be-; It, at the San Juan hotel. bottle'today. solved the difnculties of fruit and .>t' i
;.V. discuss the matter, but we were in- probably open April acksoevi including Write for +
formed that the company was not asking gin construction C in C May.* and other nuts, grapefruit, or....tea.Servals Bulletin* fisted Is thee '"

i' ,Our consent to put in such rates. Bartow.-Summerlin Institute will sorted fruit, roe bushes shade trees book and will be mailed on reqaert. They { Y

'.. ;Of course we, as growers, could not erect gymnasium; 40x50 feet; two CITRUS FRUIT and PEACH TREESWe vine, ferns and Ihrubbe,.,. contain planting and culture direction ;' ;
afford to quit growing berries because .
t ,,
stories.
" We tree we ship to be of nnt-clas Bimerjr stock Brothers ,
of the increased rates. are yet Pinellas Park-Pinellas Park school guarantee every Griffin '

..,growing and shipping strawberriesand :' district trustees have plans for school; true to name, and if properly set we (uaraatee. every tree ,to grow 1M ST. CEORQ BLOCK ,JAf ZSOM'W L rUMUDA. J r
,. .are paying the express company; 68x68 feet; 13-inch brick walls; as- or replace tame without cOIL ,
its price for carrying them and are r {
bestos shingle roof electric lights i
'1 praCtically; 'helpless.-N. L. Sanchez, ; bur Citrus Fruit Trees have been 5-r- '
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from plant cost
city ; $6,000. Our tree are budded to the .
Secretary Growers. Strawberry Association. grown by expert and experienced '.... : '. a

.\ WIND STORM INJURES best standard varieties of both Nurserymen, who have been in the .
:>e The Increased rate, since February, CITRUS FRUIT Grapefruit and Orange from business many years.
1914,,'over .rates heretofore, is from Our Peach Trees are Florida grown !

;le to 3c per quart on berries in sixty- Manatee, Fla.-A severe wind storm heavy bearing trees. and are budded on Pasco plum stock.If of the world '

four and eighty-quart refrigerators, swept over this section January 12, looking for firstclassnursery eyes .It IR. at
destination.- are
of you
I according to point and did considerable damage to citiusfru.t ,,
nurseries located at
f Tbe Packer stock, do not fail to send for Our are
; Large quantities of fruit were
blown( from the trees and many oranges our latest catalogue. which is yours Lnesburg, Florida; also at .
have been thorn, which have for the asking. This catalogue also the who

c P LITTERS .UNCLAIMED made them unfit for shipment. The gives much preparing valuable the information land for regarding a- Eagle Lake- (The famous, Winter : are on man :: :\ ; 1.T .

Ions to some of the citrus fruit growers -
grove, setting and caring for trees. Haven" section). "
: THE POSTOEFICEKlsslmmre was quite heavy.Contentment
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Write for a catalogue today. ;'
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''..I Flu. JAn. 18. 1H1B thoughts of what cannot might have dwell been where are THE C. E. THOMAS NURSERIES, BruceWebbTarn.?; Florida 'I' \' ,' 1iI'

. Advertised. list for the two we.'k.1 regularly entertained. .
I SAVES .
, ending February 1. un:
,S Banrlman Ml.. ClInK T: Uranllk I'
,.1trrn.. C. F.; Ba.. Tol; Dicker.on J.
r -. 8 C. OrICHan.en. ,
Dane. Hon. John; Fullllove. : .
Mr. N 11.: Hollo-
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Howard
'''''away, J. J.: !
Mache.; Johnson Rev. 8: J. Knox ,; ?

m, Charles Morris.; Kennedy W T.,; Newton Emma; Lula Norton((2) I ,
;Amos; .
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..Cott. Mr. Carrie; Boberson. '

'.Ad.U"Hosiers Jony.J. ;C.While; Bpurlock,B.J, B a.;SIMI'8.N.I'ostmaster.\\'III.on.HUBS. .Mrs.c.'r'll"'T.al' Okeechobee Farms I pAUSE for a . ,


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.' Klsslmm, Fla, Jan. 25, 1915. problems that r'

.. ,.f Advertised list for the two Baxter weeks Will ;yield l \big crops of corn cane, cow|>en.s, velvet\ beans, rape, j>canuts, kudzu, spineless (oactusj '. ,,

f. $ ending Blackwell February, 8, Lester 1915:; Bran-, besides raising Henniida, Rhodes Para Natal and other grasses for hay and posture.ViUt ai : will a few years ;

';1;,,/>don Bert, ,Miss May; Brown, Mrs. Hettie; these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the year round. a' '
Campbell Miss Elsie; Chimes, J. C.; '
d'
Loek about the of affairs in '

?;;-;;{"''GAValsUden, ;, Miss Green Ella, Arthur; Henry; Havey, Will;, Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of in the world are yon the-men who men started lo ? '

'i: sTheafley, J. P.; Mrs. Lucy; ,
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Jacobs
]!l'" Johnson, Jasper; Rasco; Lamb, Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultiyation They have the respect and confidence (

,-Billie: ((2)) Lawrence, F. H; Lee, Mrs.
Sarah C.; Mathas, Sam; Soule, C. A.; These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a tripto Then look on the other side-at the

t. ;Tlner* .' C. F. B. B.Postmaster.SIMPsON; Okeechobce on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay and see for make-they may have a food time for '. :' 3 '', '

,g,( ... JT. yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours'journey personality reflect? .,r

seldom boasts from Jacksonville .
. The bachelor-maid j
r hat she is self-made. A dollar or so deposited in tkU

.TAKES u. : OFF DANDRUFF i Investigate This Wonderful Country While You nadens of an honorable, :c. .'


1 :.1 HAIR STOPS FALLING ] Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your FarmYou bank Make book JOur will befianinf pave the way.now l&O, _

,'flee ;your flair I Get a 25 cent Bottle ,
*vU'of Panderine right now-Alsoiiyj will find it unexcelled for general Carmin livestock and poultry raising and for growing all

stops Itching scalp. (I kinds of vegetables common to Florida ai well as the finest citrus fruit This town and country j

?":* Thin brittle, colorless and scraggy I IS will grow at an amazing rate during the nftxt few years. 'Ye also have excellent land and town State

>hair is mute evidence of a neglected :I lots at Chuluota and Kenansville-ftie former a fine lake section in Seminole'County suited to ,

.t'.Calp--of dandruff-that awful scurf.to fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the laltef a fertile pine land country in Osceola ,

.BiUw,v .iTher balr as.Is dandruff nothing so It destructive robs the hair I County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming'-and fruit growing. Write today for of t '

I.... lustre, ita strength adfeverlshhnesa full particulars to 'I

eb ';,life eventually" producing Capital stock 1Ra
which ------------
1." and. itching of the scalp,
;, it not remedied causes the hair roots J. E. _INGRAHAM VicePresidentLand Iras ever ____ ____ 1'

'' S., to shrink;.loosen and die:-then the Officers and b
hair falls out fast A little Dandsrtae &-&
and ,Industrial Department Florida East Coast Railway I
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;,Daade.rln.front any drug store. Yon THOMAS '
hair and loU I.r. ,
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; '/! 7', '- L . . 'THE X'ISsuiM'EItVAL'L'E,, GAZETTE f. ;-. .l. :/A D' 'Y" 'JANUARY; ,2 *. 'l'is': ..

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.. ck: : ; BANQUET ROOM PUT LOCAL: I'I'BT 'ANTI-SALOON. .1"-LEAGUE LECTUREArrangements '. 4

'/ (LAT: PLAYHOUSES: have been-made with Want Ads 1
(City )
the Anti-Saloon league of the state to
'. IN: FRATERNITY, HALL hT ex-OovernolGlenn speak In Kissimmee .
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F iroyed: by ,Fir.e ( P, IL GLASSCOCK.) -...... S DIXIE. on the evening of Wednesday,
.. I FOR SALE-One of the finest gro yes t'd
/ directors ft the Fra I February 17, 'at 7:30 o'clock In., the TfI
f%:"W1U I and Son 'comtpry The board three of the, Considering the,ffct that there a;; Y. C. Alley'* player ware held 'over Methodist church. ,W.," ,H. Jones, : in Osceola county, located. only one i

;.,. > ,business block here office ternity hall are the having second floor of the few good show Florida. local p.<)- at the Dixie from last week till Wednesday county: president, and other members I mil from ;C':city Unit : Fortyflue'acres : ;, .
1 room on pie congratulate themselves on I belt citrus land; twenty '
ly .destroyed by: ; fir7Morning to can : ,*o well was their''!'performance of the Anti-Saloon, league desire that of '
made into Urge room
one Fin-
building the offering that the two theater house be filled and ask that those I bearitJgtreel*
r: ; the An originating received and liked Mr': : Alley the '
halland kltcheifor
be used as a banquet here have been giving them this I.a- variety of fruit. 'Yon can..at
.. .. nv The tock of.thil, of the lodge who hole had a good company this year and his especially interested keep the date In est ,
the .benefit son. Another good show was "Bougt mind and remind others of it., It Is this grove direct from the owner
vela repertoire acti above those of
: 41 i about $30.000, i la a com in the hall. It i Is was
their meeting proposed
Casino lalt mml..ion.j'
4 : and Paid For" at the realitate e
with small salvage..building the usual stock company. Besides the hoped that. a. large delegation will and save
also that the banquet hall am and irom..11tQ.1iUR1it'L.QfYt.performance Addre-i Box 4***,. fimmPla:;_
jjght... :
i-...108..of20,000; kiLTren D "tefited'ilfit"'Wctt1ProTdir1for should hay. acting of Mr. Alley that te Misr Ruby come-from'all parts-of the county OP
tickets addre-s.
; ;owned, by: this firm, with Incur use when such a place IB needed, been "bought more and paid for." J. P. Thorne was much appreciated. For hear the DWELLINGS for rent, opply to'.K.t:

?3 .. > on'stock and building of $7,000 the small rental fee to be charged being and R. C. Stout presented the next week'' the Dixie announces good Tiller. 1'E'
1r ..' f'J.. 'J, .'N...Smith-occupied one room ot sufficient to have the hall' Goring the picture programs each night. IF YOUR. CHILD.IS CROSS, '" .
just taking
drama Stout himself
.s':t f, fI r I bu11dlne with a stock of $3,000 in cleaned always and to cover breakage leading, role of Robert Stafford Thi FEVERISH CONSTIPATED FOR SALE-Six room house,.corner i.:
k i'i; ranee'not known. W. A. Clark Inj' MACCABEES TO ORGANIZE. Penneld and Randolph *tHeta. ,:
.bt; f: v of dishes, etc. part called for a diversity of actio 4-4tpd
: l'!-o''('Jurafte41. 'office; loss not known, smal H. N. Bratton and O. E. Young are that reflected much credit on its Ir- Look Mother! If tongue is I coated, Chas. Thompson. 'j;
.' '. ,Insurance.W i F, Merrin of State Commissioners C. B.
-W Deputy
printing
; doing the'remodeling work, which necessitates The character of Stafford SALF-Two-story
little bowels with "Cali FOR RENT OR
terpreter. cleanse
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with small Insurance and P. A Hamrick and W. S. Woodruff in
'Ir.flea, the removal of partitions,, ahd are North>
and develops magnificently, Brack St.
>.. t> ,1''' '. .j '. -'f" Merlin: Insurance office, total loss, unknowt.1. etc. The three back offices across the grows these variations were well handle the city this week for the purpose of fornia Syrup of Figs store Kissimmee.building H.on C. Stanford 2tMf I'(

./1. ;.f .. hall from the city council chambersare by Mr. Stout. Miss Wayne, as the organizing a subordinate tent of the "

(r;;.I) :rtl}: t .< The origin of the fire is unknown the ones being converted into the wife, was both attractive and talented Maccabees.The Mothers can rest easy after giving WANTED-Orderi for cypress ".1e1't
'.Ji: [.i')r, f".:{ but seems to have originated in the banquet room and kitchen. The city and the rest of the ably; Maccabees i is the richest fra- "California Syrup of Figs," because ina boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lumber '!
.:+",1'\ ; ;1,' .'t 'room occupied by W. N Smith, as a clerk's office, heretofore in the back supported the 'two. comfany. ternal order in the nUited States hav- few hours all the clogged-up waste, & Furniture Ce). 29-tf,
general store. ing over $19,000,000 accumulatedfunds. sour bile and fermenting food gently .
;- I room of the building is being moved and Paid For" was an exceptional!;;
-, the heaviest The Maccabees have paid out out of the bowels and havea PLANTS-Send 2.50'i i.
' ',. 'Well and Sons company, into one of the front offices on the rood t-how and well worth the money moves you STRAWBERRY
losers will rebuild and continue' name floor. !As play it is one that has an ab over $74,000,000 in death claims. They well, playful child agin. for 1,000. Cabbage plant at 91.60.,
r jt business.? a theme like "Within the Law.'" have now over $12,000,000 invested in Sick children needn't be coaxed -to Peach, plum, pear and cherry tree
eorbing :f
J ---- --- film government, state and municipalbonds take this harmless "fruit laxative. at 10 to 16 cents each. John Light-1'
,\, 0&00..00.00. .o-tOoOotiC 00.iHU oQo oQo Perhaps that has the been most shown talked-of in Kixsiin picture with $390,569.73 invested in s I Millions: of mothers keep it handy because ) foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48 tt"r
MEETINGS NEXT WEEK. Florida since the state was opened up they know its action on the
1 > CHURCH NOTICES. I nice was "Neptune's Daughter" I't FOR RENT 8- residence, fur'
> in January, 1913. ; stomach, liver and bowels is promptand -- room
: 4> Next Monday morning at 10 < the Casino Monday and Tuesday. After The bees have a-large number of sure nlshed, $15; 5-room $10; 6-room, r

F d, 40a600444fi444fifififififififififi4 I o'clock the county commissionershold < I \ the heralding that Annetta Kcl tents in Florida and every one stillincreasing Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle $D. E. E. Wells, real estate andNn-v'
t anrlI
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. fi a regular; monthly meeting > Ifiman, who features the picture in membership. A numberof of "California Syrup of Figs," surance, 202 Broadway. -(
I . fi I I the' Urn have received all over the in the which contains directions for babies
Sunday will be Septuagesima. < at the courthouse.On local people are interested" Inj
( Sunday services will be as follows : fi Tuesday morning, follow-' 1 coin try it was natul ally well rqceiv- I formation of this new fraternal j' children of all ages and for grownups PROPIIEAD SEWING machine ; '' '',
; ed and l attended by j the school C'hoard | perfect ;
Holy communion 8 a. m.; Sundays J' inn at the same hour society.
both !Miss Kellermnn was' ansirpa'sidle I also four burner gasoline'range ;
school 10 morning nnd fi meets. in regular monthly : nights I improved a
a. m.; prayer; I
in the and .spit -- 001 Mabbette St.1
<' play I ( cheap. j IT;
and -! Kiiperintendent's
? sermon 11 a. m. Evening prayer; s'ssltlrl in "
,1 Sermon 7 m.v' :. office at the courthouse. .> (the -hiifh' expectations everyone, wa.; 'I ----------X--: : : : < ,:_:_:_:--:-< '._:-:_:_:_: :''. :-:<-O-- Oo'+>-'''
I p. l \\itli the Hut as iiliimitir . TOMATO PLANTS-For sale 6,000-;; I
vitifie picture'
<
. 7:10 the !
W. H. BALL Priest in Charge.V I II "Q Tuesday evening at : '
. d. work the play cannot IIP tali f 000 Livingston's Globe, grown Ott I
( I( council holds its monthly>
5 m TREAT IN KTOKE KOH I :. city meeting in the city hall. .!. n riously., \ It was merely" nn .excu ; If: The Place Where You Always Save Money virgin "soil. $1.25 per M.; also headquarters -,

', SUNDAY SCIIOOhOKKKKS.. > to n e a mmori evprrssian., t- for sweet potato slips. J.*,',I IH.

f'r -- I -,.. >.>.: :..:---x---< :- : -: >: -:-.:..:-.:..:. "-)hooff") Miss Kelleviian. Th pht i ii Davis nartow. Fla. 6-5tpd. h.
1 i Some of the field\ men under the 0111 and thotlvr < '' .'
expert rsn!i< not above nary Fair Meat Market '
I he auspices of the International R.un-I TWENTY; HOOTl.RfUJKHS; I clii.racters were neither wet 'i a Play I FOR SALE; -Ruick racer in first diiq Nar4-4+

: h I .ay School association are to CAl'GHT; IN: ONE HAl'l\ : ciiiiiei\i<| or executed, outsiile" ; \ of onor <' condition. Robert Tahlheinoer
; tissimmee about the twentieth of two. However, the management ol coosee. &-Zt, }t;
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r iii; ,r. February. These workers. always 1 Twenty bootleggers' were roundenup the t tluater (should be commemk'd on i: .. the "e't Ij.'
bring instructive and inspiring things I and Sunday the picture for a city the of meat bay at this Dew0.. MAN WANTED-We require
in Ow county Saturday obtaining :x: You save money on every pound you services of a capable n-I Ssponsible '
y S and our people are fortunate in getting by Sheriff Ingram and Deputyherift' size of Kissimmee.A outride of fie high temporary
) Kissimmee in the schedule of meat shop. We tell for LESS, because we are just; business man with good{

d' these men. Look out for notice of except' one Campbell., a white man All named were colored Howe. BIG EUROPEAN rent district. We pay a low rent and our other overhead expenses are financial connections. The right'''j

j; y -S' the exact date .and*place.. The officers have adequate evidence PRODUCTION AT 1)1 XIJ SMALL. What we save we take off from the price of our seats and man Dewey can Drainage make good Excavating money. COmf TheY";:

against all these parties and they will YOU SAVE IT when you buy HERE. > '
LAYMEN'S MEETING. ,(olinninlMonday and continuingTuesday /: pany.. Woodward Building, k.
likely be at ,
given severe penalties
Itpd ,.
C. E. Rous- ington, D. C. 1
The laymen cordially invite every next session of the county court, aM will and Wednesday his beautiful chau- No matter whether you want Porterhouse Sirloin, Round or Flank, T n-*'')J

man and boy in Kissimmee and vicinity determined effort is being made to I soy production present "Oberita" the girl sell the best at the lowest cash price and you get 16 ounces SPECIAL RATES at Patrick's shep'lbeginning
of tauqua we yon
the sale ,
of
rid the illegal :
to attend their meting at 3 o'clock county in the golden frame in her 1915 versions Monday, Feb. 1, we willr
S ,l Sunday afternoon at the Methodist iquor. "De Art." with each 'pound. cut hair for 20c; shave, 10c;..ham--.<

church. Hon. J. E. Cameran will conduct ST A TEM ENT. This is considered one of the most and Select Your Sunday Dinner. poo, "20c; singe, 20c. Give u-a' ..r.J
Come in Saturday
the meeting which guarantees elaborate electrical living posture trial. G. M. Patrick. j 1')
an Interesting subject and a good ]Mii<1.> under nortlon 32. chapter liPcfian "t''
t of Florida, nhowlnn' the amount i fRjtcH scenic productions ever .staged and Saturday Special Dressed Chicken and Young Fryers FOR RENT-For light housekeeping, t.
talk.We charged to the t.S t oollpetor ofHCIOH the management extends. a cordial invitation ,
Itra. .
f desire a full attendance. (Come ) ('olnl"I"r"I". to lie cnllcctrbor all lovers of the beautiful five-room plastered house, ""
let us make this one of the most interesting the current venr. 1914. find the nilortiomncnt to Summers, 608 Penneld St. gttpd. as
of the same tn II,1 Lo come and see the following reproiuetions 't\
and profitable meetings of have barn levied
uiifln for which! taxes
the season. There is great work for : Rembrandt one JOE POWERSNo. Mr. and Mrs. Swinehart and :Mr f.. I
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i i 4 fi|...rU..aC of < .uaC T Kiind "Nightwatch, by ; '
the laymen to do. Let us be up and }f th. six finest paintings in the and Mrs. S. F. Mason, of Waim, j; !

1 about our Master's business. 1I"'nu"I I world and the painting that made him Ohio, arrived in the ...uy'lut, ,:"
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This invitation is to you dear T"t inn.mill HHB..M.ieil .. $11. '.f. 14 'amous. Avenue I Tuesday for a week's visit, then they; ,
{ :friend, and we trust-that your will respond mount Cfill.-rteil 1.3W1 3 to the cause. ----- and return here for a longer Stay. *
in Rome.: +
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Hiilnix-e to ,lie collected Ia"47S _
W. H. JONES, Chairman. u ; '
tl ". If. "Cru'if xion," by Guido Reni; in the ,
General School' Fund "
BAPTIST CHURCH. Tf amount HHHH*.M| u .$H'121 50 I /utican in Rome. 3
a Amount collectcd ___ __ 4.I! 29 "SBnlniiCf "Dre Eremit," by Konincky; in the .

S __ ___ The: meeting at the Baptist church to be collected ____ 35.011175 art gallery Dresden. \
a q -closed Wednesday night. Dr. McConnell i "The Laocoon" sculptured five Bath cen- Anyone ordering a Suit of Clothe from me NOW Will get them ''

! greatly endearing himself to the To County amount Uoart ane- ....*d _________fSS.RHfMS uries B. C., was found in the in the Free Pressing for Period of Three Month Free of Charge.
I church mid community by his masterly Amount collected -- -------- 4.174071 I of. Titus in 1506 and is now pressed a t
bearing. atican of Rome. _ -.. -
sermons and his genial == ----Z- =
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nuance to be fleeted 29.714.111 "Maid of Orleans -
the -
1 he meeling resulted in the general "Joan of Arc,
him. Fine and Forfeiture bom 1412 captured by the All : ;
strengthening of all who heard ;
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.R To amount assessed 2,52(031| turned
-- in 1430
li' Dr. Holt will preach as usual Sundaymornhlg Amount collected ___-_---_- J47Mj, ukp of Burgundy ;
"5P and His morning seri ver to' the British and burned at the
Hight. Balance to be collected 2.476.19 witch in 1431. : NoticeTo OLD <.
t;, men wiH be on Power of Truth, n take 89 a } ,
land the "The Pow- Public Fund.-
: evening sermon on
t- ,of V ll1." Everyone invited to attend 'To: amount assessed ._______-.! :Z,824.08 CARD OF THANKS. x 1'
*' r.4111' Amount collected _________ S47.I4 '
('"J : Plrangrr especially.welcomed. Mr. and Mrs. T. W: Ems, W. J. ,

'. "'!SPECIAL; 8ER"I E8 CLOSE Balanceto be deflected1 -1 :3,416.19 slyer Mr. Sid Pervis' and Mr. and MIDDLE AGED MEN I
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> Rub-School DI. : No. 1- Irs. J. II. Outlaw wish to thank the j -
!., !$t.\ '-!&'' ' AT'BAPTIST CHURCH To amount accessed .__*_.__$ 1,884.19.I them dur- :
-- Amount colected. ____________ 8$4.10 |, riends who were so kind to .
1 The series of special meetings in ing the illness and at the death of -
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progress at the Baptist church for the Balance la be collected --- 1,020.03Rubschool heir father, C. Calyer. )

r were brought to a close m"t. No. 2- I
ten days
.Wednesday past night. Or. McConnell, 'I To Amount amount collected araeHAed__ _-__--__--_ -__-_--_1 406 47 It 40? rs GREAT FOR BAUTT I
\ j who was doing the preaching left STOMACHS and Summer
I ___ BOWELS AND Spring
.. 1 Thursday for his home in Atlanta ac- Balance to be collected 36N4ZI I I! -
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by Mrs. McConnell, and Rub-School Dint. No. 3- I I We want all people who have
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I 1.4171ft
professor attneHed
the To amount
Hill, who conducted Amount collected __nn_______ S7 Nfi hronic stomach trouble or constipa-: I -
singing returned to Tampa, where he I u --- ion, no matter of how long stand- I Ji L
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," I is spending the winter. valance to be collected __ 1.42M30' inlto try one dose of Mayr's Won-

Dr. McConnell is one of the best Sub-School plat No. 4- | erful I Remedy-one dose will convince -
\. known preachers in the Baptist denomination To amount a.iw.Bed ___ ___ $ 1.9333ff This is the medicine so Royal Styles
t. Amount collected __ ____ 12002 you. i
,/ and is a powerful and convincing -- many of our local people have been
f3, speaker. His sermons here Ilnlance to be collected _n 1.KI3-34 aking with surprising results. The
and drew large I cleanser ever I
were greatly enjoyed Hull-School I Hint.\ No. 5- lost thorough system
" + audiences. A number of conversions To amount atiHpMHed ____ .- u_I 2lflol old. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is i
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collected
result of the Amount
--- everywhere
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t\\ m' have been reported as a old liy leading druggists
;- -. meeting and the church will be Balance to be collected ___ 174 14 with the positive understanding that ARE HERE
v, strengthened by several additions. wjll be refunded:! without
Hub-School' l>lnt. No. 6- your money I'
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_____ if ONE bottle - -- -- ; I
To amount HNHeHHed 333 9K question or quibble --V-------- -- -- .!,I
ACCIDENT AT TilE RINK. Amount collected ______-- __-_ 3.16 fails to give absolute satisfacion. I I
you I
t' w Mrs. Kenneth Butler, wife of the I have exhibition in '; ,
t. on my ,
!$.r ;i -" popular Broadway barber while skat- Balance to be collected __ 330: h3 now h I ;' d ll ')

'I 1ng last Friday night, fell and broke' and pressing establishment _' 1
u cleaning'

r s,, the sustaining small bone a fracture in her of left the arm larger also I ........... .... ......... large and complete lot of i r 1'I' '11 l l1u _V t

1 medical, a
?? f' : bone.. 8M received prompt I '
attention and the physician states the in the latest ki: !'
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ii 'C c.,? break had occurred at a point which : Saved Girl's Life : 'I Display, Lengths

J ? t, 1 would Much mend sympathy rapidly.was expressed by and classiest up-to-the-minute ll h,

the woman's many friends and ad- .. "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received I I t ''

l for mirers her on speedy her misfortune recovery are and entertained hopes- : from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught." writes : Spring and Summer Fabrics

4' by all Mrs. Sylvania Woods of Clifton Mills Ky. I. ;

--1' The fall was caused by Mrs. Butler's a "It certainly has no equal for la grippe bad colds
skate becoming loose while on These are positively the finest ever placed on v'
I believe Black-Draught : patterns
the floor. She Was unaccompanied at : liver and stomach troubles. firmly

the time of the accident and did not life. When she had the measles -
+t, saved my little girl's sale in this city. Don't take my word far it. Just come

}v V ,:. seem to fall is being hard. taken Every by known the rink precaution a they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford'sBlackDraught in and examine them. I want you to do this. I want Made to your measure. ?,'

<" management to reduce the chances of : made them break out, and she baa had no you to take some of these Royal Tailor lengths, throw A legal guarantee with each 'gar.menti .

accidents, the floor being chalked each more trouble I shall never be withoutBLACK them over your shoulder, or arm, and see for yourself 100 per cent. ,

fI c evening to prevent Rids slipping. $ just how a complete suit will look. Then don't forget that Co t no more than stead 5flk.adI *..
on
skaters always
1M the Three floor expert to check any and are all attempts I give you the regular Roy. Guarantee with every suit. All PURE WOOL. We offer $I.OO
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thread for
a cotton thread
: every fouad
at speeding; or reckless skating, stillS in and these New Spring .
% Come see in a ROYAL TAILOR SUIT.' ',
%V accidents unavoidable occur and con only be classed -DRAUGHT and Summer Sample Exclusive $16 tO $35 A positive fit-not only when yon' \

as Weaves at from only get it, but a fit until worn out., fa ; t

.. BUR CLOVER GROWING ... Linings guaranteed to last as long i f I

ON INGRAM'S PLACEIt You Get thin Royal Guarantee ,, as garment--if they don't they: ,willWith
of interest for the II be relined free of < .
,. cattlemen might of prove the county and for that : In my home. For constipation, Indigestion headache dizziness : Every Suit Six days' schedule degvcrlea',. t'

h ;,t :. matter for the grower who ha* one malaria, chills and fever biliousness and all .similar ..,
or.more cow, to see a plot of south a ,
S : V5 em bur clover which is now growing ailments' Thedford's Black-Draught has proved Itself a safe .

? \ i\", :PossetU oii Sheriff street.L.This H, Ingram's clover wa land:,lant-on a. reliable gentle and valuable remedy. The ,RoyalTailory r -

".; ,-d'sixweeks;: late and has not mad : suffer from any of these complaints, try ,Black-I. OLIVER "

much growth a* it otherwise would :5raught '
;:. KtS as ...ttt medldne l of known merit Seventyfiveyears' :
..._ ,f- 'nevertheless the drat quit : It,Is.a. ,, = :
.. \ Thdovo.erba .I : time this ; : B t
:,;: ... 1t.,1lafaetGf7.. .':;\been planted* 1 In the county _splendid ;success''proves, Ib value. OocM for"yowiir'jRhd >raad i'1''
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t . ;} watched "very,closely :?'Price 25 cents.1" -ew gqbtLM nM l4eV. ...._..._' TMM Iwaa r. .. >:j!
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tin a..Ibq ylpa.e Joel. '1 br F.reke*J.m. M.IS** '
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C.TIAN"END: YOR' '. TRIUMPHAL ':...RCH OF"THE'SE1TINRSUN', .. : PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL-EXPOSITION' "* j I

I. FINANCESHAIFYEAR:+ : ,, ,,' : r 1. HOTEL ,

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/ ACTIVITY 'OF 'WEEKW.approve RATING'V.
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'. ',' . : 'of thosedndbo7.'lnki..1mmee /
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helping"the brother .
young t' JKAKES :REi
..s; I. ..-\ : STATE INSPECTOR -
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' t REPORT in.need,? of whom the Kissimmee Val PORT ON CONDITION OF* THB
f'. : 1IBlUfANNUAt SHOWS ley Gazette told 'last.week. HOTELS IN COUNTY ACCORD.
.. .COUNTY*HAS $96,391.77 .AVAILABLE. 't '
Miss Elsa Reinoehl, the recently
INGTO CLEANLINESS ETC
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,'ASSETS: ; PROPERTY, ,IS elected for .i : ,y
,; : Northeastern x i, Q
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.> . VALVBQAT'110,500.00. district", return home to '..J.eklon4v11le.Ior ? ty Lvn State Hotel ''Inspector-. G.: Hint
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I..t Felb+r"n'! 1e"a'aummaryof: the holidays: But is again teaching + band, who was"'recently In Kissimmeeon
: .e1l '' report; of, 0. at Elzey.'a small town In North 1 I, official business has furnished the' ,
-annw Lfinancial
,. ', ; ,covering the period fromJaly'1 Central district 'She hopes to attend lWaOt Gasette'with a report of the hotels i ,

:eola county 19i4r; to December' 81,, 1914.' the convention in Gainesville. February and restaurants,the county,.show
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1214.', tug according to cleanliness
their-rating
a'The' be filed with the. statecomptroller ML II
report-to. t tf '#
required'by law, con 1 'De'Land'Js well represented in the efficiency In equipment, care of'
v .as disbursements official list,,for East Central district.' foodstuffs!ventilation. screening, etc
r ,,of'all'county'fnnde which items are It. has president, Rev. G. V. Al- In the scale- of inspection 100 'de-''
bertson treasurer Laurence Botts, notes ',Four which !
tocltiten of thecounty;: ; perfect. points on
\, ot.lntereat.. ; and vice-president, Rev C. H. Ferran, the Inspection .Is mad are designated,, 1
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't (Qe ....;. ....... .;.... pastor, of the Presbyterian church. $ thusyAn;

'- Balance In h :nd. of 'treasurer '-. . Mr. BotU held his office last year, -p-- F .:
at,.- boihhnlnir of- six: '
1 .months; vim,:'July I, 1114.'f.'IIU' "making good": in its duties. k'r S.- ee.lgbt ,, to' ninety-fire,, silver. '
Outstandingwarrants at b.- Good news comes that a Young w -
i -grinning of six -moetb.4.0tht1. People's society is to be organized at o Seventy-five to eighty-four red seal,. '
[Total'. ' receipts ,from all Avon, Parktwh.re nowork has been d ,, to plain seal.. '"rtFG
!; > sources for six: months,v,: 4.'''.'' d n \ Sixty: seventy-four,
'' ,.Total disbursements 4_.........*, :..*..... I carried-on, In this way for several Y The hotels of Kissimmee. are scaled. ,
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I .Balance In hands of trcasur- I :years. About thirty young people r? as follows TGraystone :. "
vv-. ..r at' elo...' of six months i ''' 6 t '
'i SI '.-J SoI.OIO'l mostly' newcomers, are ready to take a ,97, dining room 97,'gold
",.'i'..' Warrants December outstanding u.j.-at-"';, The,.. ,I hold. -Their pastor, Rev. Ben Stock, seat ." '

...ii..C' close, of .six:. months1, '..';.,:",,\, :..U'.' .' is' popular among .thefts young folksto Osceola hotel 93,' d.5nin'room. ,02 's
..\ .It... r...d.. 4c y r, ,an extent not all ministers are. 1 rr silver sealManhattan "
Balane'In'hands. of treasur-, "I AvonParkfe, in Southwestern district r 111dinlnc room9iil. -.''
; .r9atr,-btginhtng.'of/ six in DeSoto county which has now no Et __ w ver seal ? ,.". ,
cS 55 months........ .4.....--...1.! .'--_...t.lJ.H7.4l' ; societies, on! our list. I ; '_ 5i Park hotel 82, dining room'83,,red y
/putstandlngwarrants. ; .'\4.i..."pisf.S7t.il ,Mr Fagg the Endeavorerswere seal V. '. '
says
months
.rlnnlngof six, 1 O T .5
Total: receipts/ from 'jilT I. prominent In the ones who gave I t t 1ti Go Lake House -74, dining. room ?9,' '
M' .oure.. for six months :..;' financial or other gift aid to the StabsChildren's o t t red seal --'"" '
t ..;,; Total disbursements u.<.-.i> ,.17,938.51. I i '. _
" '..Ii'&I"n_ In hands ettre..ur.' Home;at the holidays. But Broadway cafe 90 silver' seat a
.y S .1' mnth.\>> ..: .-./ 1 W.' notice ,that the Episcopal churchat Hotels at St. Cloud: "' "
,.,.. b," De cembe r 31 talx ...........!..._ ::1.0'.,. Fort' Myers had a beautiful plan. I St. Cloud hotel 90, dining room 90,3 ,
outstandtng,
Warrant.. at the, *?A' manger's service" was held, and a silver seal : '- .
months : 13.091.11 } ?
of six "
,# ..1{7""f"" oto.t .' ."w. q., rustic'"manger" filed with hay formed __ Bon Air 86, dining room 87, silv'r5 9
IMNhfdP'.rfel4.n., that receptacle for' the children's seal; 4 ?\
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h e.I 'I 71a\rat 3stto6.In.bet..lnnln.of hand.f':t..Ul''six.tnonthsi '' ,. >I1 r .gifts/ ,:These: were later -bent to Mr. 11 r : Lake View 87, dining room' 87,'silver :

-,<", ..i.Mn..La_ .....;....--*>-.fOutstanding ........ Faggr.: ,:Over the manger hung a large seaL ' "
,, ,- warrant. at bi iL ''"'iso.io illuminated'' star. Ferris house 80, dining room ,,81,. "
: t cjrlnBlnsr of six months i._.r l I i' '
t folks like to be there! red seal .
S45.71 -
''I '.;f ".".' -, Totol r..o4Il..t.disbursements'for elx..monthsTTotal ---..-- 5... ... -..Mrs.. Ira II. Weatherbee, secretary Sehofleld restaurant 8 4.:'red'HaL,' m

M'' .Jialanoe on bandJa&, close -of'. for.South Central district lives near ErCopyrigbt. .- Himtslnger 86, silver seaL ,
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: '.,. six month outstanding< < --/--j.at.the'close Kissimmee and is active in the United Hotels at Runnymeds:, V ,

Jl r0;:,tWarrante of! six months .,*.'....h;, .It.. *! Brethren 'society of the community Runnymer hotel 90, dining room';
Ji(:b"'' ' ::r".Jlelf-, called."Onion Center." She began her 91, silver'..... '. ,,. ' .,>
\ ;i, .Balance'' Lands of treasurer district: duties .last fall and it i is already !- 1914, by Panama PmcJflo International Exposition Company.Triumphal Mr. Husband In', Ida Inspection'emphasises 4;
itS ,' *,S, at'' rbeglnnlngof.., evident: that the nominating Arch of the Betting Sun 180 feet high at the western entrance to the Court of the Unirene, the the need for absolute cleanliness -"
a'7'.J:-month .....-__i,.._.-...+_j None committe made no mistake. largest of the courts of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Baa Francisco. This colossal arch reveals the which: includes t keeping. mw f' 4 ;
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'Outstanding warrants at bearlnnlna The Christian Endeavor week plans, "Ths Nation of the the dangerous.housefly, sad the separating -'
t't. ; of six months '_..' None magnitude of the vast exposition. Crowning the arch Is a magnificent group of sculpture
... .. !February-7-14 should be well un- of milk and butter from meat'and
Total disbursements. ...- 100.00Balance Weet." In the center of the Is a great prairie schooner, drawn by oxen, bearing "The Mother of Tomorrow"and
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group
: In'hands of t..ur. der ,w..y.by. this time. Hope many vegetables., ,They; matt, not., be)
the the sides) are ,
By ,
surmounts ton,
J. wagon
': ... at close of fix months 101.81 workers sent to Boston f9r the leaf- two lads "The Hopes of the Future. A figure of "Enterprise" kept in the same Icebox-or refrigerator .
t ,q"' this annual celebration figures representing
"D... let giving plans for if they are:to be kept-fr. from
,..,, '!4yt" six .m.on.tb.:7"i; : among loyal happy Endeav- Stirling Calder Frederick O. R. Roth and Leo LentellL The exposition opens February 20, 1915. contamination. Many of,the modernconMnl.nce.
"+ fie.ir.I,lebuI ...... . - - .
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lanein'bands. at'. begHnnJng of.treasurjr .of _..lxt.tandlnt.warranta t Rev.R., C; Driske led the last missionary of the"equipment In hotels ar*

rr' ,...,..',...:j.; months .____.___ .--$: ,t.l"f.40iii.in. meeting of the Congregationalyoung FLORIDA ONCE THE HOME OFi' not to be found In the smaller hotels,'
.'r', -: at, be- }' ..4 peopl. at Pomona and proved and are not absolutely necessary.but,
i Gf fit month. ,
arlnalns
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1. ., Total receipts for six months li.lil.7018.140.JI a"well 1 informed speaker. Then fol. cleanliness .Is.' ">- .w i
''t kk' \i .Total disbursements T"Balance -.,......, lowed at business session for electionof AND CURIOUS ANIMALS,. "
: In hands of treasure officers to serve in 1915. PomonaIs STRANGE native to Florida. The camel remains ,
r .. 155.71ti
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'.1'p .: \ -: -_ at cloee-of six months < In.Northe.stel'ldi.trr which en- found In association with those of'
T <. are
,1 C Warrants"lob i of six outstanding: months .-.- the'i --j-Jl.il, tilDlstrrl temlT.ntl4>n- in Jacksonville The value to science of' the fossil either entirely extisjftt, or -are found bljphantTh. the rhinoceros and pertain specie
demur animal remains found imbedded in the only in remote parts of the earth. He.... '' ,
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This not'
s.beb..I; ; :; F..1. 1 April. an now in existence.: ,, The tapir and <
'> r- ?*....? honor to all the district workers, and earth is sometimes not fully appreciated. Among the land animal. that formerly Florida was evidently the home, llama remains are found for'the most

1 /:Balance er at fn'baeds beginning of treasury.of six: , they should surely send large delegations To the geologist fossils are lived in Florida the following maybe through long geologic periods, of various pact Ii*.comparatively. ricent geologic ,
__ months) _a.-___--_'o__-IQutstandlnsr 1.14.ll. from, Pomona and other societies not curios or objects of temporary interest mentioned as of special interest. species of the horse family In deposits and represent species lowly t
5 '*, warrant. at_b.ainnl.t ..-., fl41.71- ." ; GRACE A. TOWNSEND. but are working tools since it The list hire given, however, is by no the comparatively: late formations is related to, if not identical with those-,
of six months
t:: receipts for six months- ,...U Intorlachen,'January 10. is chiefly by them that the age of the means complete.The found remains of the true horse,! now living.1 ; '
,.J5Mal dl.beh.menta'119.44' : ....... deposits in which they occur is de. Elephants. Equs. which, however, differs from Sloths 'sad Armadillos. '"
-Balance In hands of {treasurereit -. termined. Each formation and the domestic horse which was reintroduced .
good
qt ''other animals ,
formerly ,
,close- of six months.Balance Hi.41L40S.1I Balance |rf hand i* of treasurer ; In former' time the elephants, now Among a,
In-bands of treaeur.. -' atr; beginning of .ht' ogle time division is characterizedmore found native only In Africa and Asia from Europeafter!; the horses present in Florida should be mentioned
aI ,. .... at close of .lx _Oftth.. ' 'months ..._;i_-._._..-___ ,14.11.. or less definitely by the animals were present in. North America, and native to America had become ex members of the sloth tribe, the', 1' ;,
' Warrants outstanding at the Outstandingwarrants at beginning -, and plants that were then living. Inpassing extended into''' Florida tinct. In the somewhat older formations modern Of Which: ,,
their are
' efeis of slx 1D0nth'0.:. .' of six month...... lot.IT rang representatives
h' *, '" Total receipts for six months 40.11 from one formation .to"another their remains bavln "b b4.nifound.atmany' ( are 'found earlier, smaller and now found only In South America.-\ -
1. ,
..-:- .... !.hart.....d.nln"of tr.lii'u ed...."sixQsjisHatidlng ...' ,Balance-at close in. hand of fix of treasnrer months- 1.0. and plant life, which among' other The parts of the skeleton most-Corn- the associates 'of the* early madillovliks animal, much larger, however :

-.et.... _<.-"_;,,,__':'..__' II.... Warrants outstanding at the thing determines the limits of the monly found are isolated bones, grinding mastodons,' being'embedded ln the than the modern armad los. The 7
warrant. atb.q .-. '. close of six,month ??_"___ f.00 formation. In some of the European teeth and tusk., the large sire of same deposits. These early members sloths found. fossil in/ Florida were>
nir silnnlnsT of six: monthsalreceipts -.*, 4.H I I countries the value of fossils to attention.The of the hone family are placed under also larger than those living. The
which attracts
invariably now
'. for six month.' II.It gib4Pea..! y.... District We. S. '
',.. .. tal dlibursements 'hand.'. ence is much more fully 'c-I-I: elephant found in Florida is not the genus Hipparion.It Glyptodons, DOW entirely extinct,' .. "
4 ace.. Inhands of treiiurit.f. Balance atbeginning In f; treasurer of .Ix- than in America, and it is required the mammoth of the northern state, is of much-interest to find that another group:closely,related.to. the
"': '1 S ..-at close of six months the, S71.ll1JI.OS" , 'month ._?..-I 11.0 law that fossils when found be pre but is the Columbian elephant. Ele- the rhinoceroses at ens time made up armadillos, whichare also represent1ed

,1F,Close'rants,of.outstanding six months_.at_"..! Outstanding warrant at_beginning ___- served. It is very much to'be hoped phas columbi. Some of the teeth, an important element in- the land by fossil remains Florida. .
S.Tt
iG 1Y., ; Total of six for month.six months 10.'6 that in this country the true valueof however, closely resemble those of the fauna of Florida, being found In the While some progress, has. been
: t .S.i.seheel s4... Distric* K..:",, Total receipts.disbursements _______ 61.74 fossils may be more fully appreciated imperial elephant which was formerly Pliocene deposits of central Florida* made it Is evident that much yet remains
"5/'Balance. In hand of tr.uur-. ', Balance. In hands of treaeur- and that all that are found may abundant in the western part of the In association with those of the-early to be learned of the animals of

,. '91'< er month..t' beglnning'of__....____.;';:; ..., ._six'.1Warrants 'I) T4l.ll, Warrants rat close outstanding. of six. month.at the S.47 I be cared for. This is especially to be United States and it is possible that horse and mastodon the remains of the past Florida... -It U'sometimes
y..{ outstanding at be- '.- '-.,los* ,of,six .months __-___ 37.00 desired in Florida, where the rapid both species were present in Florida.In all of which have been brought to supposed that only. the larger.animals'
k'",' "''' ginning- six month. ...\..' ', In.41.IT developments that are now in progress addition to the true elephants, light In connection with. phosphate are of interest. This is not true) since J I

,, Total 1'0&1 receipts disbursements--for .months...... .,K S41.SS'' Resorts, e.>f( 'Asewta 9mmtmmm a,.Dee.4 LlaMUtlMVlM .'.. ..... a. result in extensive excavations, there were present in Florida as mining. Two species of rhinoceroses for geologic purposes the 'small animals ,;
( _...', .. in connection with l i.Blttwo are recognized, one of which included the
rror warrant paidi .. L95, not only mining shown by then fossil rem.ln..t. are equally as important u t
r Balance In hands, of tr_....; Balance 'cash la treasury,. operations, but also in connection with species of the mastodons or primitive stocky and heavy-built animal., while large. Fragmentary remains are also l -.
\ ...
.tol. oi .Ixmonth.110: _
j-r\O- e \ all fund. .- ?- -1 i.ftSS.it of harbor and the other kind was more nearly of of value since the '" -
l""" rats outstanding at the." ,. Uncollected taxes -current the drainage lands elephants. One of th..J the frequently presence ::
ob oC six..months-,.,";.,' ,II." --year-: .-- ___ 51.461.5 river dredging and other general Im- American mastodon, known as Mam- the proportions of the modern rhinoceroses of a single. tooth or bone'may prove
:. ,, 'a.byeb.a. ..'..VIMa4rict'Ve: : Total available as eats1,591.77: : provements. These operations are mut americannnm was contemporaneous of Africa and Asia. Neither the presence of a species In formation. -:'. y
"""-.* ,. .f'tr",1..1 '" J ,- Warrant outstandingfor___ bringing to light many animal remains with the elephant or possibly endured however, were Identical with any oIthe Vertebrate /and, invertebrateland A
hands 1 current 10.6S0.71
In : expenses
.Balance.p at! J>es .nbtc of .Ix. Puroha.'abatractplaet- _-__" 1,ISO.' 00 that have been imbedded in the on this continent longer than species now living. and marine animals are all'' of "
.0f4Natadnltt: __..__...._......._.., ,,1./l..... Purchase convict cage _... 1,lit.IS earth for ages, and it certainly wouldbe did the elephant. The other mastodons Cassels, Llassas and Tapirs. value In.the .study,of, the.geology,.of
of warrants six months at_be.__.' 11.17 Total Borrowed liabilities.44,195.55 mon.'t----- 11,100.00 exceedingly unfortunate if these of Florida, of which there may The camels, another group of animals the state ?. : r
,Jtlnsr reoalpts. for six months .,..... were allowed to be destroyed. be more than one species, existed ata now found only in Asia and Will you not lend your aid to the;
,Tots! 'al.bpr..m.nt.-. ___'.. JIO.. ." ,Ya1..t c..aty.Peperty. Some progress has been made in I time previous to th. appearance Africa and their relatives the llamas work' of the state geological survey > ,

8a1aDce, .. : In bands of .alx-.months of treasur-1' 1/59..5. Courthouse _.___l-..__.___$ 50.000.00School the study of the extinct life -Florida either of the true elephants or of the now confined to South America, were by preserving the fossils that arc' rz
,'r' Wart-ants'at'cloy.outstanding at the' houses,_----_______ 47.600.00 and already we have record of the American mastodon, and are found formerly present in the United States found in your neighborhood or in connection -'
,
s ",, Dolose!.of;six Booths .... _._; I'.,A Poorhouse Road machinery and farm_, _,___ __.___ 17000.00.000.00 presence in the state during earlier only in deposit older than those in and extended their range into Florida. with your own work and submitting

'"'.:SOb-MBte" i*: >.... V. D* *rtet.}Jf....' "I!ii7 To balance'i.w; ---. 181.Si4.i4 times of many animals which are now which is imbedded the remains of the The tapirs, likewise were formerly them to the ,! geologist THEY r ;rk

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over;his eyes. ; His body was smeared landing the chief returned to his but "Te the boats!I" 'he shouted,, aa It of the damage however; was done,te '

with, ashes Not'' .y.D., Ahmed would and told his trite what bad taken place j I',suddenly, awakening. "We may be too thefar',Side. of the'' pl'O'mODtorJ'.illOtwb.re ; 1HESECRETOf; SUOcSSG ;

have recognised him a yard off. Hehad. Ilk. the good'husband, he'jwaav ''They late;, lords!; H., said 'he :was, a ,holy the frightened UmbalU,', stood.'Atwisted J"

'?eft: .something less than nine hours to would be rich.Buddenlr '" man' and I'believed.They ."- ."'.* .; rifle barrel fell at' his feet;

reach the cape before tbey did; and .it the-child set up a walling. all' ran hastily.''down, /ol, the "To the .looplo.h.! : yelled." "It to allover { :
lllffte'M.rlfs'Requlrid.tofltI) : j' i
i : : was necessary that he should have ao Through the window she bad seen a beach to seise what boats.they could. !" /.$ ,

Mtuneso complices. The fishermen he knew to bold leopard trot over to the bullock Here .the)' met, a heartrending obstacle On the far,''side the other treasure : '\' '

w be of predatory,habits and the promise cart and carry away the kid. The In .the refusal of the own en. The seekers stood huddled together; scarce _,,,r.SC: C8..: rlliave'jrou"liver'

of gold would enmesh them chief at once summoned hU remaining thief, however signified that It was knowing which way to turn.- ',.The miracle I .. .' \ I

: The half Island which constitutedthe men. and they proceeded to set a trap, his< will; and moreover ha commanded of It was that none of' them was stopped to 'rea.on. ,

!!\\f irKall.i1Iyn, cape had the shape of a miniature for the prowler The cat had already 'that'th.. fishermen should handle hurt. Perhaps a'quarter.of.fan boor why are extensively It iii that so advertised many product all at one that. .::'t I

volcano. There was verdure at the killed: one bnlloek-and Injui" the ears* They wouldbe r.
-, : , base of Its slope and trees lifted their They knew that the beaM would not was different Why: did not the'white "Look! cried Kathlyn. pointing. sea tent The-reason Is plain-the1 article' .1."

;;,, beads here and there hardily. It was return for some hour, baring gorged people say so at once? They: would ward. did not fulfil the premises of the manufacturer ;;;!

.' '" ': . a mile long and a half mile wide; and I Itself upon the kid. But It was well to gel anywhere for money. Not the most What she saw warn Umb ua;'.setting This applies more partial. ""

Tn the early mornlffg1 It stood out like a "be pTep"arBd.! --- L ..---- --llamabe k ; -r1.t
de1Y I' auspicious algttT -thottght -adrift th.'Whlcb had; brought larly to a medicine.'A medicinal preparation

;k''' I'/,\ ,- HACGRATHBiHtnMlyPtctof. huge sapphire against the rosy sky. Toward noon the other treasure They got Into the boats and pushed them from the mainland. -.;I" 4 that, has real ,curative value. :'

., Between the land and the promontorythere seekers drew up within a quarter ofa Came a aecopd explosion far', more almost sells itself:a.,like,an endless,

_ ;, .; , .' lay: a stretch of glistening sand; mile behind the village. The men off.On the way to the island the cola furious than the first In the 'downward chain/. system the remedy'' Is recommended -; <:j..

I ,0o ,. there was half a mile of It. Over thisa folk thought it advisable to reconnoIter diagram! he by those.who have,been bony ""
.: nel consulted the map or rush Kathlyn stumbled,,and fell YA' '
flock of were busy as scavengers '" eflted,.to,those ;who are in need of ifc:
.. nulls before entering the Tillage. One .
X41 ,. held In his band. It was not possible the debris falling all'about her-I, i; *Take "t
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druggist
prominent says
At high tide yonderwas ;
1 always are. never could tell. Winnie declared her
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td from that Umballa knew the exact spot.A y '
l wCHAPlE1t for example. Kilmer's Swamp-Root;, '" .i
** Marina flctoM PfodaoiofttoSttto&tfyicaBf an Island In truth.Sometimes intention of snoozing while they'waitiii .
". I filigree basket of silver, filled XXV. VComplications. a ''preparaton"IJba.\aQ1d! for, many
British would
'I l '!, Co. a gunboat e with gold and gems! The man be- :.. years land never'hesitateyto' tecomj; r' .

drop down here suddenly; but It always and excited for in almost H ... ,
.. I came as eager as a boy. '<*: ." mend evry case ,
''i'l -.. wasted Its time. The fishermen The Instinct to hunt for treasure begins excellent' In the of Blinded by the dust tripped vby the .
knew nothing nothing
; way
testify No other kidney
just outside the cradle and ends resn- 'l .
' guns and powder ever was found ; and rolling atones Bruoe turned to wherehe lid,. that I know of baiBO;;{ tafie.; 'a.:
,lOsyi llgfc*by.HaaaM MaeOrata) just Inside the grave. ;; :;:
w' the Hrltlnh raj knew that somewhere I had seen Kathlyn fallThe explosion sale :r
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yet Mi, 'j
f't ; tf SYNOPSIll .. To return to Umballa. Upon landIng .
i about lay the things for which -the last one-had opened up According: to sworn ,statement and

ti t i-.}, It so dtllKi'iilly and vigorously/ sought I he asked at once It any knew veins of strange gases, for the whole verified testimony Of thousands,.who i
CI { CHAPTER Kathlyn Hare, belle-ring $ where the cave was. One man did 1
fishermen dlmmbnrklfig promontory appeared tp' be On,'.fire.: have used the preparation;, the success I"
', .e %ar father. CoL Hare In periL haa eura- On the hooch were t
y know the but he refused to show
aranaiaa ber. lea..... h.r home In California ' A sloop! with a lateen Ball\ lay way He bent and caught up In his 'arms of.1 -Kilmer's Swamp-Root is" due ti' i
!S ... go to him In All..... India, Urn ball*. It. There were spirits there, ruled the fact that it fulfils almost.every. '
harbor. Some of 'the precious burden staggered down
pretender to the throne, haa Imprlennod lit anchor in I ho redo <
f the w&0D4 namedby the late king a* hla : the fishermen were. repairing I by an evil god. to the beach and plunged into the'wa wish In overcoming kidney'liver'and "It' y
,. 1I"a'l A "Take me there you, and I will en- 'I ,bladder diseases,t. corrects f.,, urinary"; !
\ and, KoniiWITP tinkering about their I ter. A thin trickle ot blood flowing '
."' ter without harm. Am 1 not holy?" trouble and neutralizes th.jtar1c.clcJl; b y
r ; t ':'CHAPTER U-An1Y n. In Allah. K.thtm fishing buiiiw lloyond the bench I down her forehead explained 'ev ryI which causes, rheumatism ., _, .
hergather That put rather a new face upon the ?t .
t la Informed by Umballa that
a' huh Toward these' thing falling stone had struck ber. '
nehtled fi-w Ri a '
}+ You receive bottle'ofj' .
being dead she la to bv queen, andnaat A situation. If the holy man was willingto (I may a sample t
.Y i marry him. She ....ru.... and la In- oilier fish) mien were- making progress I[ "Kit. Kit! I hope to God the treasure Swamp.Root' by1' Parcels Posts Ad- "
4 v Xor**... by the private that no woman canrule risk an encounter with the god far ? "
went also. He 'dashed the"cold :
\ up dress Dr. Kilmer &: Co.f Binghamton .1\!
8f \ ) unmarried. She la given ....n daysa *
should him.
be It that they prevent '
; +, I ). think It ov.r.VgAPTER I The 'hl..r of the \11liigi,/ >-the lienii- i I water Into her face. N, Y., and enclose ten cents; also mention -, :

'" mad\ (}!nfnit, >aik'-l from thin ,sloop Me I An ordinary seeker would not have I The others were unhurt, though the Klssimmee r ,Valley Gazette; ,,
: III-She atlll refueca and 1.s found the entrance In a lifetime. Um- a-ii "
s told that aha inuet undergo two nrd ..I. ,t I,' ails tit''I l II\ his rife and hilil.. and dazed, and for the nonce Incapable of , .. '. !
Bruce and the Colonel PJan"| hall had known where (the I ern ..
Kathlyn not exactly
.
{ With wild ".,.. .. If .h. eurvlvaa .h. will the little one clambered about Ills legs I I coin-rent thought or action., ,.#
,, /' be permitted to rule. cave wes but he knew all that tho t. : > -N4
in' ecstasy Among the hulB stood one : "The boats! Bruce laid Kathlyn ;j J
ed, and curled In her rugs.! Kath- When to
CHA.PTKK IV-John Dru... an Amen4 up : cave contained they carne
inipoblug than the others mid don on the sand and signed to Win '
more | ;
4 ama save her Htaah lyn. however, could not resist the : It Umballa sniffed I ; t the tang of sulphur Gutters'y f
t toward this the chief and his family nie. "Tend to her. I must take a. ..
CHAPTER V-The elephant which car- longing': to look upon the sea again. became evident both In his none .
..... her from the ....n. of her trial rune wended their way In front of the hut ; chance at the boats. We could cross J "
She could Bee 1 the lovely blue water and his He understood. It .'
tongue '
y away separating her from Bruce and the .stood an empty bullock curt Attached I I on the neck' of sand at ebb but Umballa Mouldmcpickets. ,
real of the party. through the npacea between the trees. was simply a small spring, a mineral -- ..
to one' of the wheels WHH n frisking kid. I will be far away before that time Kit. t y ;J
CHAPTER VI Bh takea refuge Inruined a Soon she would belying over that war In which sulphur predominated. He "
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The little\ child paused to play with Kit; my poor girl! He patted her ': ?
temple, but thle haven le the .bodeot ter, flying for home home! came out with some cupped In his ;
a lion and aha la torc.d to flee from II. her pet. wrists and called to her and when'tlnally ;
She went farther from the camp hands. He drank and showed them :.
CHAPTER VII-She nnda a retreat lathe Absorbed In her pastime, she did notobserve her lips stirred he rose andwaded
h, I than she really Intended, and came unexpectedly that It was harmless. Besides, he wasa
jungle, only to fall Into the hand of
,, ]lie approach of a gaunt beIng out into the sea, followed by 'J'A
r, 't' .lave trad.rarCHAPTER upon the leopard which holy man and his presence made In-
R with matted hair and beard and four hardy fishermen. The freshening ;
t VIII-Kathlyn: I. brought to stood guarding Its cubs while they effectual all evil spirits which might A .
the public mart In Allaha and eold toUmballa. ash besmeared body. Children are breeze being from the southwest aided
..who finding her .,1lI Inauthrows \>- growled and tore at She dead kid. roam within the cave. 1i
gifted with an instinct which leaves usas the swimmers, for the boats did not
t.aI Iva. her Into the dungeon with Kathlyn realized' that she was unarmed Umballa Impatient as he was had 1 '"
tethar. we grow older; the sensing of evilwK1iouF drift out to sea but In a northeasterly :
and that the leopard was be- to depend upon patience. By dint of ." "

f, I CHAPTER IX- She \f ,....,...,d by Bruoe teeing or understanding It."The tween her and the camp. She could Inquiries he learned that wild Moham- direction The sloop was squaringaway If 'If..
r and his frlenda.. child Suddenly gazed up to meeta for the mainland. 1
see the roofs of the village below her; I medans had cast the spell ftpon the .. : .1t
CHAPTER X-Colonel Rare also la pair of ryes black and fierce aa a Did Umballa have the treasure

,u ti ..... Umballa, with aoldlera. etaru In kite's. She rose screaming and fled so toward the huts she ran. The leop- cave, set a curse upon Its threshold. Bruce wondered, as at length his OUR PICKETS ARE,' OUT ,J.. '
pursuit. Kathlyn la struck by a bullet. ard stood still for a while eyeing her Umballa tottered and destroyed this
toward the house. hand reached up and took hold of the "
r
CHAPTER XI-Tha fugitives are given doubtfully then made up Its mind to by reasoning that the curse of a Mohammedan on the best fences In town because .
shrugged and waited. gunwale of the boat he bad picked out
Bala The holy man ,
.belter la the of Khan.CHAPTER '
S palace
4. fl When the parents rushed out to give chase. She had taated blood but could not affect a Hindu. to bring down. Would Umballa hare they look best and ...eu.'betIt;' ta'-' ,,,,

#, XII-Supplied by camela bythe had not eaten.Meantime Finally he offered each and all of them factthis applies. to all. our Lumber:.. ", '
to ..
learn what had frightened their little I I possessed tenacity enough hang onto
n table th.y .tart for the &Dd'
eboapl prince the little child had forgotten fortune--and won. "n., tg
a ;
P'a but are by brlgmnda. Um- one they were solemnly confronted br\: |\ It In face of all the devastation?
-r.u: her loss in her Interest In the bullock Torches lighted and the )
bella Journeys the lair of the ben- Umballa."I \ were cave Bruce sighed as he drew himself up BUILDING MATERIAL,
Alta. makes th. colonel a prlaoner and
cart with its grotesque lure and entered. There were many side '
.1-v ens.n Bruce and Kathlyn killed. am hungry." ; passages and crawled Into the boat. He.knew To-buy.anything in thesej\l es
she climbed Into the cart just as Kath ; and within these the astute Um- ; 'lfC"
1 CHAPTER XIII-The bandlta qu.rrel The chief salaamed and ordered his that treasure had often made a hero without obtaining our prices VvM

x over the money paid them by Umballa wife to bring the holy man rice and lyn appeared, followed by the excited balla saw the true reason for the curse out of coward; and treasure at that mean,not only.a loss in money,. but>!r ..
and during the confualon Kathlyn and She the child and of the Mohammedans: and ..
leopard. saw guns pow- '
moment'meant loss In
a the
Bruce eacape and return to Allah. They milk. life and libertyto"Unballa. ; quality as well, to ion.,

onooct a plea to reeoue tha colonel. "Thou art an honest man." said Um- snatched her Instinctively from the der, hundreds and hundreds of poundsof On his return to the Island be Any good carpenter. will endorse th1a.May. -:

cart. The leopard leaped into the cart black destruction! A lower gallerythe t
b'alla. : \.
l CHAPTER XIV-Th. colonel le nom' greeted the colonel somew&at roughly; .
.., but really a rlwn.r. It 1. at the rear while Kathlyn ran toward mouth of which lay under a slab ''buk.t' ''-\<
sallynged find bride for him. Kath- "It is said, replied the chief graver But for this accursed they .
to a
the chief's hut into which she "of rock-led to the pit rested 't-
stag wherein, .
lyn gaJna ..., the palaoe would have been well. out of. Asia.by.
a-ulaa, and her r..cu. plane are Succeed : gered without the formality of an. the filigree basket. . For a time Lumber Co :

r... 'When the treaaury leonarda ...cep.P "Thou art poor. nounclng her advent. Umballa acted like a madman. He this time. *. ,4A ,
throwing the court Into contusion "That is with the gods I serve." "Umballa! has your basket, colonel.If ',
The father of the child had no needto sang, chanted, dug his hands Into the OVR/May: Manage f 'ti'hotsi \.-.
; CHAPTER XV-During the panic Ram "But thou art not without ambl- he hasn't then ":good-by ttOlt.-for ,
he marveled and stones choked, sobbed. Here '
abal and Brooe reeoue Kathlyn and her Ion" question though at the gold ; It can never be dug1 trout under' those ., .81 Klsslnut.ee, rra.n ..

father and the party .teal. away from white skin and dress of this visitor was true kingship; the private treasures of rock. Here!' where'are . i ,,. ,e '
tons "
Allaha. "Who Is? The chiefs wonder
grew. of dozen decades, all his for -
a :
CHAPTER XVI-Th. colonel hears) that What ? those fishermen golngH: he demanded.The -- ,Ji" '
meant these peculiar sentences who
had doubtless saved his child from
hla daughter Winnie la about" j
younger in the'act of ..
*. arrive In Allaha. The" party Journeye "Wouldst put thy hand into gold as death. He flung the door shut and the taking. He forgot his enemies and men were pushing \t' t ,.p -

back to lie.ha. Wlnnl..rrlv.s before fan as the wrist and take what thou dropped the bar. Next he sought his their nearness aa the fortune revealed oft with the boats which'.they,had only ;
they do and walks Into the trap preparedHer '" \
her by Umballa. Winnie la crowned couldst holdT" gun and fired through a crack .In the itself to him. Just brought back ?" ,7 i : If YOU Are

eroeen, Kathlyn and her father attend In "Yes holy one; for-1 am human. door. He missed; but the noise and As his men at length staggered out Ramabat. picked up his;'cUicar4ed '
euagulse and make thler known '
presence ,
\ te the terrified gtrLt"HAPTER'XVIIKathlyn. Whither lead these questions What smoke frightened the leopard away. of the lower gallery with the basket rifle. V., :f ,, .+ .

Is it you would of me?" And later Bruce wild with anxiety slung upon an improvised Utter he "Stop! ,.1 >\'Bf, : '.
> In dlagulae
gains admlaalon to Winnie's) room but la "There are some who need to be faraway over the disappearance of Kathlyn espied hls enemies'marching up the "They are frightened." explatpedthe"Well
llaoovared by Umballa. who orders that chief. '.JA ;.,Vfe, { ." "I: ':THINKING OF :BUILDIN4'IA I "'
to see things. Well good man; came across the chief battling for his hill! Back'Into the cave again. Um ; ; \ :; \ "
aha be) offered ka a sacrifice to the rod
fugpuutt She. rescued by the.colored there Is a treasure under your feet." life. He had gone forth to hunt the balla cursed and bit his nails. He was they e&1I'contain their:fright "' HOUSE OF ANY',KIND.: KT : t''
..... till In ..ar.t7.Ramabal' declared. ,
we are -
falling Into the vernacular. leopard and the leopard had bunted unarmed as were bis men and he had '

The chief could not resist looking not time to search the "Warn theft! rPIGURES' wiTtff.ydu.? "' ,
CHAPTER: XVIU-Katbl". aisvulaedKan him. Bruce dared not fire for fear among smug- % -

9 animal. ,trainer reveals, takea her part In a pub- down at the ground, startled. of killing the man; BO without hesitance l. gled arms to find his need. "Hurry everybody! I.feet It IJ1'mybones .... ,1 ,l. ,
Identity to the ,
people and rescues her slater. "Nay," smiled Umballa "not there. or fear he caught the leopard by: "Heaven-born," spoke up the man that that black devil bas' the '1 41'PREp+REI} TO'FUB; .,

r' CHAPTER XIX-Kathlyn. Winnie their Think; did not something unusual the back of the neck and by a bind leg who had known where the cave was, treasure. Get these men into the "- ......

father sad Bruce find a hiding place I. happen here five years ago?" and swung her Into the sea. "there Is an exit on the other side. boats. Here, pick up those oars.', Get .NISH PLANSr; 'AND't i : ,ism.MATES .

Pundits the homo. la of the RamabaL lawful The queen lalter'a of Allaha.wlf. The chief smoothed the tip of his The chief was severely mauled, but We can go through that without yon- in. Kit" ; you Winnie. come v .everybody ... Ar'ROC ::: BOTTOM

I and publlo eantlment In her favor I. father died and I became der ,
I nose. "My he was able to get to his feet and people noticing us. "' '" "

''i trowf ng. The :::'PI.rt at last weary him ofDmballa's headman of the village." walk. The' white woman had saved his "A fortune for each of you when you Kathlyn cased sadly'at. bar father. PRICES., ," *;

k with Ramabal at their bead Bruce "Would you call that unusual" child and the white man had saved put this on the sloop!" Treasure, treasure; that first,' She was 'i''W.U'
and the colonel fighting under him. Tb. beginning to hate the Very sound of "
Ironically."No. Back through the cave they rushed
.. at drat are defeated but Kathlyn'a him. He would remember. TI '
timely appearance Inaplrea them and the Ha!" suddenly.: "Five years Thus the leopard quite Innocently torches flaring. Once a bearer stumbled the word. The coIODeI-bact.been nernous I

rM time turns In their favor. ago; yes, yes, I remember now. Soldiers served. a purpose, for all her deadly intentions over a powder can and the torchUmballa Impatient, and Irritable ever .since mnNC.DIContractor' ,

;' CHAUTER 3tJt The arena lions ...oap.M who made us lock ourselves in ; the chief was filled with the document had beendiscovered.. .. ,, : ..
and Kathlyn seeks safety In a deserted r Till recently Kathlyn had always believed '" v ';
our huts not to stir forth on the pain
gratitude. ]} -
p bouse. the la discovered by Umballa and 8add.rr. Ka 'f
who Im fleeing with the rebela. Mad for of death till ordered. My father alone When the colonel and the others her father to be .perfect, but ,. ., ..... fKISSIMMEE
f revenge ho Mae tin to the house. now she saw that he was human he '
was permitted outside. He was com- came into view the former seized Kath : i

-; CHAPTER: XXI-Kaoaplng from that pelled to row out to the Island. Therehe lyn by the shoulders and shook her A bad his flawed .pot'T..unt; t Before" ...FLA\ I, fI2Y
auger, poison next threatens but aaervant her or Winnie!. Sobe It. '= tyGIW.GRIFJF1N
, aacrlnoos himself and eaves Kath- was blindfolded. Only two men accompanied hysterically."In ; /pbew'2Sd.. .,
d lyn. Ramabal has long suspected that him. They carried "Colonel, said "Brucetaking a Samar',8t. "
some-
the real king did not die God's name Kit don't you know chance throw "we>are less 'than -. 0'. .:C : .
y .ttouncedr With the "ro'fm.: :; thing that wall very heavy. My father any better than to wander off alone T

'4, and Hare he finds the king where he had never knew what the strange, shining Do hundred miles from tli seaport.. Suppose -, --- .. -- --
want to drive mad?
you me
been imprisoned by Umballa and eaeorts -
; we let Umballa'clear. out and we
f him to the palaoe. basket held. Then"the soldiers went "Why. father, I wasn't afraid!"

away and we came out. No one was "Afraid? Who said about ourselves headstraightup the coast rW
CHAPTER: XXII Umballa aneakr anything It Is not fair to the to ;
Wok to the city, and with the aaale- allowed on the island till my father your being afraid? Didn't you know women" put themto . : i
+ tanoe of a woman of the harem, murders died." any further hardship.. :
the old king. It" arranged to hay.Anndita that we were being followed 'it is "Bruce I have sworn' to. God that !; tp
crowned queen, but Umballaeeourea "Did be tell you what It was he Umballa! Ah! that gives you a start!" ,
the support of the priesthood, returns Umballa shall not hare that treasure:
to tha palace with absolute power helped bury yonderT""No "Colonel!" 1Ia'ld Bruce gently Ramabal do understand Staple aa11IAacy; "

and imprison.s Kathlyn Winnie Hare and holy one. He waa an honorable "I know, Bruce I sound harsh. But you "hat'tl' : I' .
will to If he ed. In ,
1Ina. mean you .ucc

CHAPTER XXIII-Kathlyn la again man.passed Whatever with him. the We secret were not was curl.It :you were tearing" your hair, too." reaching Ababa with, that,-treasure, GROCRI.E_ p
"Forgive cried Kathlyn, peni : :
crowned queen. Umballa's accomplice me probably millions? He will be able to :
confesses and the villain la sent .to the ous. tent for she knew she had done wrong. and .. ; .
treadmill. The late king leaves a nllgreo "It was the private treasure of the "I did not think. But UmballaT""Yes buy every priest soldier'In Allaha : !
basket containing immense treasure
and still have enough'left for
to Kathlvn. They atari out to find It. king of Allaha. and the man was the Umballa. One of the keepers : anyex- Free
,t it After they leave the city Umballa I. re- king himself." tray agance that he may wish to ,. Dellviiiy'to"ali Jar' "r.
leased by the prleeta with the of found a knife by that bridge and '" plunge.Y ,
promise In. ;;: :>: / ;: ; : ; r '
. "
The fisherman salaamed. 01
'' a ultimate freedom If he secures the tre.u. ..- Ramabal Identifies It as belonging to t, t t bcCltY; .
'< ;
... "And I am sent, because I am holy Umballa. Whether he Is alone or with "Sahib. suggested Ramabal. Jat- US 5 t 'i

to recover this treasure which was I do not know but this I do send the women to the seaport In care ;
Yet here many ;
was her father thoroughly while we men seek TJmbaVr : 'i
the Gold.
willed to the temple of Juggernaut. Counting fbmed. "
know: we must under no circumstances OJa.f > .
convinced of the -
efficacy of the
guru's : > HV :; ; K i :
"But holy: one, I know not where It '
curse; and here was Ahmed complacently la hidden!I" become separated again." Now, holder all but sprawled over him. Um- "Good!" Brace struck bin i handy toy: O" Y" <-

;i watching the effects and not "I do. What I want Is the use of I'm going to quit the chief. balla's hair stood on end. Fear im rether. "TheiTery'thing.1;; >*.".' : ri' :
But the chief said that no . .
t" doubting In the least that his guru your sloop and men 1 can trust To person pelled the men toward the exit. "I retua.,1-O be separated from lath"erP , *,t ;, l''.< "l
described had been No ..
? passed or seen.
fib would In the end prove the stronger "There here to 'declared Kathlyiw f"" If he Is determined r'i j :
you as much gold as :your hands can one but a holy man had come that is powder enough ( t F,
d of the two. hold." blow up'all of Hind! Hasten!" to pursue,,Umballa"back to JU- .'. \.. .' '. ',/(\ '<",

",'t'' One. of the elephants clanked his "I will furnish you: with men as honest morning, and be had gone to the Island ,At the ofbuth of the exit the men labs I must..accompany.him,", '' IsleredjOysters. item. ;I foi: -: Pt ,
In the
i'; .." chains restlessly. He may have beard as myself." sloop. with the torches, finding no further "A n41!". added..Winnie.* n R "
: '
"" y ., the prowling of a cat. Far beyond the "That will be and "For what r need of them carelessly: flung them tTO-8e-C tbiued.)""a ,: .'. .ETtrybod.; ,' loiow&w' 1 "e' :
-
sufficient; you , -- \'. ,,, ,
his
4, "vUtpre'beyond, the sentinel, she thought The chief smiled but shook aalde. il ..' ,"
shall have your gold"Thi Queen'Victoria oi',8paln'! *spends" ip IUJ' .kWpu.;. ;'Send 'S ._ ; ytiP'hon8
C I she'aw a naked form flash out and head. "Fools!1" roared Umballa; "you have. over J''U'_
word of holy ls ' .
;\ ;ibaxskof si .., She stared Intently a man never "Was It not a basket of cold and destroyed ual!" i $40,000; a, year for'costume' ""c_
'
subjected to scrutiny In India 'r
P ; .. 1J the tree for ?
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was
"'I: STOP'T
: AT'COUGH.-IQbW-W
; nothing more, she was convinced that DaL ,.
'H burden,, Down the aid* -of the .
he several hours of. his .
was, ahead -
'".i' '+G her;eyes,.had,, deceived,her.':" :Besides. enemies;:tn He would, ',have'the' filigree ," ..chief's'eyes J';fsden.4. '. l There promontory hey slid. Under, a' pro- '- hen you\catfth'i;Cold,,'or begin:to '" _" e' .

'ct" ;: her m 11D4 ware}otheT* who;knew. then''Bruoe I Cough the first thing to do is to take ?
'. iIJier.bofrIdeacl'.4: ; ; ."' basket dug u> and transferred tothe, looting, ledge; they' paused;:;'sweating i DRfOI r., 71AINIf
i : Ic to o'b.amww.yrry1 tot gbta, 'noticed his surprise"Oolonell'show ," with terror Suddenlytb.whole Island Dr.- Ball's .Pin *;Heney.v .It penetrates
sloop 'before theColoeel'Sahtb'oobtldreach >
.r 'estiatetl.hlmY.it ; : ', th'Ko0d chWhe the-linings .of the Throat and xr
y i1 ;, : .An'.xploefon'
1 that
N rocked.: followed ,
the"village.. And r
p'Nat d., not ,break WI UmbaUa would royal aeal-on your,d6quwent.' ?" i/ l>unc*i and 'fights';the'Germs 'of>the
t
was h......'bait hundred: miles
,. have succeeded but for the tact that ,' away, % -
,
.' '\, ", ; and'tb.chiefwben'bs > Disease,,giTta* quick:relief and ,nYt
glltl Into the shadows. .The,colonel ,did;i ao,: r'
the :wind tell nnaccqAttably and They ,- ". where the gunboat of. the I1t1ab raj oral peatta* "<>nrwhole fawUr.deenv :,

,: 'J;, "" his .bate had lost more than ajHHW-te bundling' the. ,aawthe?: royal allyroar pat'oled 'the",i ahorea ; ':: PCfe-Tajr-Boney far Coughs \ t,

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.'< 1"f' 1-:, ", ArthUr XL 1>0_.... Oeasplalnaini-. STU. .. 5'S> O.JUrkwood..'Complainant. INTERIOR WORK A_SPECIALTY. ;
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'' ..JH.T"Or.I. , . ..'.'_''1'IHJ JiI; I.r u S W.' .... Vita .... ..rt.. Vita.., Ua 'wife. r- > a '
A"'J ". ,.. William.-H.- Perrjr aad H "'O. irtdS. *l Uabbett Street" '
J .4Benaard.Helsm Defendants. . e \ . .i .
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*" _; QrIrTLa It appearing1 by affidavit"appended to 5 It - -- Defendants Mnes.eerth. veT H.'........ the ''S.; . .
-. .. ''''' . and all Fe-we-aw Clalsataiaan appearlnir-, 'affidavit appendedto '
.... ..". ...;.Part..aaa-. the bill filed In the above-stated cause. the bill flied la the aboTe-stat Woman' .Behind; the .Ow...: <'
O.,Fl .. i ,S Intermit Um-def,ta>. '.al* ... that W.A.. Utts and Bertha Utta his .aus..tbat William N. ,
"itsisj, tarter ... Ibi I..M,E..* 0. < ; defendants therein P.rry.the.defondant 'CF.THRASttfiR.
*. s Mr4,Ilelas .* Otberwtoe ,> ; wife, the named are therein named: Is ..-..on-r..I- .. -.
!<1'< :1-rrle'naV or .........,..;Jl*.r... .....: ;j' ._ ,R_......... non-residents of the state of Florida',".dent of the state of Florida and Is a -B -.' .
*ii; S S and are residents of Fort Worth. Texaa. resident of Rlchland,. state of Wash. SHEET METAJL' '
If.; ;. 'ORDDI& O.P -aLa04T.OJt't.rt. \ ,' ORPKR or PCBiaOATIOlKT .e WORKER .
of <
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and the wentyose7.s.rs
over1
.. . .' . are age Ing-ton, and Is over. the age'of twenty- .
,. ..-!!> -. ...:. .,.. it I.'t..f ordered that. said
; ; ::2it : .- W".I' :' 01' I one years. : It Is therefore ordered that S sti'Ceilingu i ' ,
All V..ea'aa Specialty
; Mar non-resident defendants bvand 'rehereby *
'or:. .ii .. "'r Oaneem said non-resident defendant b. and lie -
'It appearing.by afndmvtt. appendedto. required to appear to the bill of
IB hereby required to to the bill
.". Ji&t I It appear la* by affidavit appended to .the. bill .eomplalot filed In the complaint filed In said Cause on or before -:' of complaint filed In appear said eauae." on.or S ':!bn.14tfl.siiiims.(72fi_ ; ( 4iS

" 'the BUI of Complaint filed In the above. above. stated cause that the following- Monday, the lit day of February I before Monday, the lit day of March S .
; .. ,'atatad cause thatthe Respondent, Emit named Respondent Vis.: Bernard Helm .A.-, D. 'll1i. otherwise the' allegations, A. 0. 115. otherwise the allegationsof S ,< "t
;o, oil o..Jl'rI.ft4..D a-non-resident of-the State is a, non-resldant of' the State of Florida of said bill will be taken a* confessed said bill will b. taken as confessed .' 5
.', .of Florida and that.bis resldenee Is tinknownand -, and that his laatknown address Is by said defendant. r by said defendant.It ,DR. X W SIMPSONDENTIST :

'-.f\ It also .ppsarDg from-theaald given. .. New York City In- the State of It Is further ordered that this order' Is further ordered that thIs order ,
,,4k: ; affidavit: thnt tfl.isot the Bald It also by week tot four consecutive -
t':1\:\ New York. and appearlna b. published once a be published Once a week f on four consecutive
,. ,.1..1. Respondent Is over tbe age of 11 years, said'affidavit that the are of the said weeks in The Osoeola Journal weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley i
..' It la. therefore.'ordered that tb. said IS and It In said county ,
Respondent unknown appear a newspaper published Oasette, a newspaper published In Upstairs. in Eats,BulUln* t'
1fJ' >f'.non-resident Respondent herein named that. th.' said bill of complaint seeks and state.This said county and state. ',"'' '
4 111' toe and i. hereby required to appear to relief .. against the said Respondent, December ttth A. D. 1914. This January 18th. A. D., 1911. Office Hourst s a. m. te.lt .*. .
.' "'.the but ot complaint filed la said cause It la, therefore, ordered that the said J. 1. OV3RBtREET.Circuit (Circuit J. 1.. OVERSTRBKT lilt. : to :1S n., i_, '

'Jh I..aor b.for. th. ,R1s Day .a I&rch.. non-resident Respondent heretofore ( Court Clerk Circuit Court. Court Seal Clerk Circuit Court. S TelephoneNo., :;.. . .Jaaeflrr., ; ,

tev; .1/ ,A., D.1ib.Inf the D..t..4.yot the above named be and ha Is hereby required Seal) By JAMES ){. JOHNSTON. 5 ,

I tI\1O, .nato-month* otherwise the' allegations to appear to the bill of complaint LEWIS O-BRTAN Deputy Clerk. '-
I TL' of the aaid bill will b..,takfla as oon- flled In said cause on or before the Rate Solicitor Complainant. 4-tt Q.o. F. PARKER DR. W. W.: CARSON': : '; : .

I, 't-\:.\' tested b"tb. aald Respondent. .. : Day In February. A. D. 1(18. being- the Solicitor for Complainant.. 6-H f. ,r .-. .. "\! > .5
I"" I It to further 'ordered that this-ordere firstday/ of said month. otherwise the IN COURT UF COUNTY JVDOH.STATB '1' C
::>: ,publishedone* a week ,for alarhconsecutive allegations of the said bill will be taken or FLORIDA DENTIST*. ; ; ,

:".".1. If' Weeks (n the Osoeola Jour.w..k17n.w.pap.pubfl.hd as confessed by the said Respondent In re Estate of ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. Office o..r'.Pilley' Building )

." .oal.' a. M> It Is further ordered that this order CHRIS KABNNBLi Oeoeola County. 45 '

'' lit ,v feald. County.ot (Osoeola and State of be published once a. week for four consecutive Notice Is hereby given. to all whom It I. Clrewlt Ce.... State of Plertda Office Hours: S-It. I-- t tOS'Ice '" '
j 'Phon.
; f' Florida,: and ,of ......101..circulation"t In weeks. In. the Oseeola Journal may. concern. that on the lit day of Reveal a ....a..l&. :..... .. Os.... 0.. Administered IIS Residence for Bxtraotlon-of Phone >l
'....14 CO..t'.I I'i -' - a weekly' newspaper published in the March A. D., 1'15. I shall apply to C..t7. '
... 'Witness. the Honorable James W. said County of Osceola. and State of Honorale T. ){. Murphy, Judge o( .th.1 I. (.ase.ry.William Teeth ,;L. ::
I .". PeraUas Juds. of the said> Court 'andrny Florida and of general circulation In Court, as Judge of Probate for m)' _. _... .. .
Q. .
Wicks
name jae Clerk thereof and the ofeolaF said County. discharge as Administrator of the estate Complainant. '4 "S '

!4 seal oC the .eaid Circuit- Court S Witness the Honorable James WPerkins. of Chris Kaennel deoeased; and Myrtle 8. vs. DIt' H. S. GEJGERt j ( : \
Wicks Defendant.:
':* ,,*.... First day of January L At D. 1111. ,- Judge of sold Court and my tb..t.. the same time I will present to IPYSICXNsm
:.k4, ,(Circuit : J. OVBRSTREIBT.. name. as Clerk thereof and the official said Court my final accounts as AdminIstrator It nfn"t : to 1
Court, Seal) ,T"AJI Clerk of the Clreul seal of said Circuit Court this First of said estate, and ask for their the bill flied cause SURGEON. .
'" Court of O.c.O1&County. I day of January A. D. 191S. .approval.. that Myrtle a Wicks, the defendant Citiseng Bank DuIIdln s '> J .
,, ?. Florida. (Circuit J. 1. OVERSTREET. J. H. HALLEY. Administrator.Dated therein named, Is| a resident of the ,. '
JAif E3: M. JOHNSTON- 1(14.Ia state of Florida and that her actual Klsslmmee. Fla.'J4; | S
Court Seal) As Clerk of the Circuit Sept. llth. A. D. '
: ; --'H-.I ., J 'fDeputr Cleik.CftHNSTON .,. S. Court of Osceola County State place of residence Is unknown, as she Phon ice: Office lIT or $4 ...).l.Residenos ..\ \
AND O.btRIDTT.r of FIOl'lda.BJ' Is concealing; herself. and Is over theage II' tl-lrr

-, .:911..I.fo.;: .Complainant. .4nr'cniooiT JAMES )L. JOHNSTON. Clrev.lt .Crart for the Rave-nth ....a- of twenty-one years; It la therefore .
:.. State of Fa.rI" ordered that said ,
rlal Clrrsitt 0' the resident de- -
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fl ',
_ v$ .., -. 1 Deputy Clerk. I. ... far Oaeeola Co-ia\ty. fendant be and she Is hereby required 1
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.. .-.-.- ,,.. .J,- ,.. ,_ .... : 4 I JOHNSTON A OARRBTT. I. Chanoe'ry. to appear. to the bill of complaint; filed T.LRIVER&MJD. i
, -tttSrn 1 Counsel for Complainant. 4-St In said before 101& BOTHA:: LaB?? TO* BOBtLKM PEP .
cause on or .
.. oontT HVICIITH 1JDI.- ., Bill t. Oeilet Title. Monday the BAX.BACH.A \ .
I 1st day of March, A. D.. 1911. otherwisethe :
: PHYSICIAN
CIAt Vla4)UI'I' Of ,.Loa.O..11II Butler. Complainant.vs. and SURGEON
III CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL. Lydia allegations of said bill will be taken r.
, ... ,W.ANU FOR OSCBOlul X>p TTFriend as confessed by said defendant. woman l Is, after all dictator to :
.. Or rlOHIUA IN Office
QIRCCIT; Charles B. Campbell Anna D. Babbit. It Is further ordered thatthlsorder. over Oaceola Pharmacy''Phone t
j rir": <:' -: : AND' fOR OSCKOL.A COUNTY Robert C. Denny Walter B. Denny. be published once a week for four con- the armed powers of Europe. She is Residence .; .
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; A .ArI.a E. 1>0_.... CpIatomn IN CHANCURT.Artknr Julia Denny. all of the aforesaid partIes aecutlva weeks In the Klsslmmee Val- Mme Bertha Krupp'von Bohlen und Office 14..

' TOn_ ,-f' '. ij'; ., Respondent, bringdoscendants. Icy Oasette, a newspaper published Inaald Halbach heiress of the great gtinmaker 4
and heirs at law of Charles. d. Campbell county and state: ,
d' l Z '..BILL TO :.q11JJD'l', TlTLIQ0 B.! Denevan Complainant Freidrich Kmpp who left the bulk "
deceased, and all other parties This SOth, A. D., 1'16. ..>
'....- ; iisjd 'ill' miliaa'Claln*. C -...- claiming Interests In the lands In this ( ltanliarI. I... OVER8TRBET.!: : of hi. fortune and hi. great armament S

. BILL, TO QUIET TITI.BBernard Bill described under the said Charles Court Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. manufacturing plant aEs..n. I IATRNEATL"
GEJCER '
lag aaIntMMt Vnder jth. aaM BaadO .P.......:. O. Campbell doceaaed. or otherwise: By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. I J
He_ and All Clalas- to his eldest
Ber-
S ,,, i ,........ .* Otkerwlae, -..upnd.nt.S and Emma F. R. Campbell sole surviving Deputy Clerk. Germany daughter
lag ma Interest Under the saM Beard'Rclsa .. devisee of C. 8 Hart, deceased.Reapondenta. Johnston A Garrett, tha. She owns the steel and gun .5
ORDEa'OJ'PVuLIOTON
'... .. *r Otherwise, Solicitor for, Complainant. 6-St works, with the shipyards at Kiel and ;
.
.: :'''' gun Office
: ,("*. 'All.Wkaa It fear: 43.n.erni ORDER OF PUBLICATION To It All appearlnir Whom It by May affidavit Concern appendedto : POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Madgeburg.In Stat Bk BD&) .

t S ''It app. .rtll.' tro"1 tl .sworn'bill 'of the Bill filed In the above. ..tat..dcau..e. ; c.
complaint filed Jn this ea_.- that there that the Defendants Charles B. 1906 when she was nineteen 'S
It C..eer.
Te AH Waaa May
'. < are parties *Interested tha'property' Mrs. Anna D. Rabbit RobertC. 11'01IIIAR.HAL AND TAX rears old, she married Gustav Ton '
Campbell.
.. It' appearing' from the sworn bill of COLLI L. HTATT t
CTOR.
'" t.Involved In UiI .11I, other tbnn the Denny Walter. B. Denny and Julia Bohlen und Halbach who was sixteen DR c
.. complaint filed In this that there
known and that the cause \
respondent, names
l .
J Emma F. R- Campbell -
S ',<(.;. 'of such parties so Interested. ,are. uns are parties' interested In the propertyInvolved I Dennr.and. are nonresidents of the In announcing; myself a candidate before years her senior and had a successful PHYSICIAN and 8URGEQNKissinimee :

fl'. '. 'known to tbe complainant. and that reyV In this suit other than the State of Florida. the last known address the city democratic, white prim career as a diplomat. They have \ J

".. S ,'t&i.f I. prayed. said bill of complain! known respondent and that the names ,' and residence of each of aald ary, for the office of marshal and taxcollecter two sons and a daughter. There is j'/
of such partlea A, ". .galnst such unknown respondents. It In said affidavit say >
Respondents being given American blood In the veins of Von >
X i'; ;\ ". therefore.'ordered'that, all parties to the complainant and that reliefIs as follows: that If e edorI will fill the positionwithout 'POD., Office 19 TResidence '

S ]'J ':\.claiming-'\ Interests. .. tb. following d.- prayed In said bill .of complaint Charles B. Oampbell. -It-. fear favor towards any Bohlen und Halbech, although he is a 141 : -

!:l.iC ,', 'scribed real property situate Inthe against. such unknown respondents. It Colorado Sprlnprs Colo.; Mra. AnnaD. I class of citizens and will uphold the subject of the kaiser. lids father & :: .':
'I. *"*..County of Oseeola and Bats of Florida Is, therefore ordered that all parties law In every Instance. .
...t Babbit ISO Broadway. New York fought on the northern side in the civil '
In the following- 4-tf OEOROB W. OVERSTREET. (
claimingInterests -
? : 7 t0-wIt: Tbe Northwest Quarter of the City Robert C. Denny. FarandaleAve. '
1'r., %Northeast Quarter-of Section Three In scribed property situate In the Countyof ..: BloomfTeld. N. J.; Walter B. war.Mme. CEO. F. i' "! J

,* ... Township.2t8outh of Range tt Bast Osceola and State of Florida to-wlt: Denny, ISO Woodlawn Ave., Oherlln. FOR MAYOR.I von Bohlen und Halbach hold PA.
.' v/' , t Tallahassse do appear .to The ,West Half of the East Half. and the 0 3. ,
.rt K.rl.lLBf! O. Julia Denny. 161 Speedwell Ave1 the fate of nations in her hand, for if ,
, JicM1' 'complainant's,:bill' of oomplalnl fast Halt of the West Half of Section bh.;\ ATORY.-LW I 'J
\ MorVlstown. N. J.MorrUtown.
S r hereby /
announce myself candidate -
r: L .. :.;ar> ....111 filed on or before the Rule DayI .l< In :Township tt South of Range 32 N. J., Emma F. R. Camp- for re-election to the aa office a of the Krupp works refused to supplyany I j' '

.".. N&ln" April, A. 1>..ltl',, belar the *th day Kast'of Tallahassee Meridian do appear mayor of the city of Klaslmmee, subJect country with guns that country Collections and
and It further by affidavit Cn"7C
.t. S to the Complainants Bill pf Complaint appearing S
:1of'said month .1.. the said bill'will to the action of the democratic. would be in a bad way as a military'I
that the of the said RespondentsIs
herein filed on or before the Rule ages I It S
Qf'\. "*,'!>' taken as confessed against aucb. rf'V '. white primary. 1 >
unknown I The entire artillery of Russia
*' ; Day in April, A. D. l.ls. the same being ; power.
f .pond.nta.S .
:,S; vJ'"v,*' AnC It Is further i ordered that this the Cth day of said month else the said It I., therefore ordered That the -tf.. H. R. MAY. and Japan France Germany and Italy lit I-I Broadway } t l

,S"' *order be published < above named be, and hereby '
' they are
weeks In the Osceola Jour them.' FOR MARSHAlL AND TAX :
& s and the South African .
.. l ''Bal a weekly. newapap.rpubIt.b.din And It Is further ordered that this required to be and appear to the Bill COLLECTOR. during war G.. r., LRIBBS j\t5j .
I
of filed In said cause on or
!;, .
;>' 's .,'nraI circulation'In said .County.' '. t 11 'consecutive. weeks In the Osceola before Monday, the 1st day of March I hereby announce myself a. a can- ; arsenals proved worthless Englandhad ATTOENEY-AT-tAW: "
A. D., ISIS otherwise the allegationsof .
; r."I")1'' r." i Witness th.'HO.OI'.bl James TW1 , Journal a weekly. newspaper published ; didate for re-election to the office' of to apply to the Krup works to
said Bill will be taken confessedby
-? Perkins. Judg-of and ray In said Cou.., and of general circulation aa marshal and tax collector of Klsslm- Bxamlnatlon el fo
I : name as Clark .. r:1td"ellI the offlolalS In said county. said Respondents.It nrrre subject to the action of the dem- supply the urgently needed weapons- Kotlfleattoa and 'lt._'tpiab '
Is further ordered that this orderbe
First WitnessHie. Honorable James W. ocratic white primary. If again hon.ored Practically on Eu- .
..' -r-1: of the said Circuit Court, this. published week for four every gun every non-resldenta
once consecutive -
\,1 ''day. of'.J..llarI'" .*. D. 1111.; Perkins. rI't"h said, and Court the and officialaaal my weeks In a the Valley Oasette, future with In the the office I, will do In the ropean warship. was constructed in the at.6 lo.. ., S
i& 14. OY2R8TREET.ti name as r ns past perform the
.'" l ,. .., .......'As Clerk of the Circuit Court, of the said Circuit Court this First a newspaper published In said OsceolaConnty. duties and obey the law. to the best Krupp works at Esson. .Klulmmee.'na., "_. *4,
State of Florida.
( day of January A. D. 1 15. of my ability.4tf She not only is the richest woman in
Clrc.1t\ -. ..V Oseeola County.Florlda,
4 1''t
This, the 8th of January, A. D., T -
day Pat
'. '. OVERSTREET. FLOYD TISON.NOTICE. a, P. .tJOHSTOt'I'CU.
J-.li.
Olll't, ..Ir- " . 1915. Germany, but she Is perhaps the most .Ohn.tOD.
'
,. I
f' LIO11N8TON'S ,As Clerk of the Circuit Court
..... '13.,; .tAM'.." . ,. lerkar (Circuit .Osceola. County. Florida. (Official Seal Circuit Court ) powerful woman in the- whole world. *
0' D.puty ,
1'; I'." 'JOHNSTON GAUtETF.S '., .. .... - Court. Seal) J. 1. OVKR8TREKT.Clerk By her whim or will nations may be '

i Counsel .for, Complainant. 4-101 -- 13,., JAMES )(. JOHNSTON. Circuit Court. made or destroyed. U she chose to do AT R '|j
:" _; "r, Deputy Clerk. JOHNSTON A OARRBTT Notice Is hereby given. that the un- ,rW/. !
-:. .' .5 ; JOHNSTON'A S: OARRETT. Solicitors for Complainant. $-4t deralirned aa guardian of Francis La- so she could shut down the vast gun Offices 10,. and U. : :,

"\:.i I .. . :t-: : : Counsel.for Co..pl.ln..nt.tl0t. mar Rush a minor will make application works and refuse to supply the monitions S S 1 : Bnll
_
SS\ t ORDER!: ..OK..PURUCATIONin 1 , In Clrralt Conrt fr .b* Seventh Jndlrtal to the, Oaceola Hon. T. M. Murphy.county of war to some nation' that Bu& '

\ : .. 'Clrr-jlt'.,'c...... B.a..,".. .....rI... r .r .ADMINISTRATION NOTICE.at dratt ., the mate .( Flerld*. In probate Judge sitting- on the county 16th, Florida day of must have them or cease to exist. S .k ,SLoii' ._

)l: Z'" .. ,..!.. .....-.. Ciit. p-... !. and for Oseeola Cosiaty. February. A. D.. Kit at 10 ..o'clock a, Her father had no son and educated ,
I. 'Adsiaistrat.r fee Final I>techarae In Chancery., CL .y' WarleVJadge .
: i iea..iT. ... If.t - m., or .. soon thereafter as sold application hi. daughter Bertha to take his place. T, Pleton
\ .. I ... < I. Urart f C..lyCesaty. Jaidsre.Oaneela : Lts Counsel for '
S.. J. Vka.onr7. . "5 e .11I.. Q.let Title.Lydla can be heard, for an..order' ef t%* .
r: S \*MI Tat...b complainant. I sS .:' Florida, Butler -Complainant authorizing the undersigned aa guardian She baa been trained In every detailof FI.R. R. Comm. QriminlCog .

"." . VB. ) : t.ot''Lobr. va. . .for..ald.to sell at private- sale the business and takes personal ; MASSEY -

-r: S TateaDefendant.: : : ; ., ..SS ... ,In re./ Charles B. Campbell Anna D. Babbit. the one-half undivided. Interest of said charge of it. ATTORNEYS A WAOW'

It appearlnir by affidavit appended to Notice I. hereby given to all. whomIt Robert C. DennrWalt.... B. Den a". minor Francis Lamar Rush In and to It i. said to be the war aspect of her AT COUNSELU.,
of the
may concern that On the lth day Julia D.nn aforesaid following; described land In Os- I ,
Tn par-
S tbe bill filed the above-stated. cause tub. I shall Honorable osola Florida. work that interests her moat. The 'In all the eovrta of tk '
'1' July. A. D. apply to II... respondent being descendants and county raU. tate ,
there-
the defendant
that Henry ., .T. u-itUrphY. 'JudlCe of said Block 84 of the Florida Land and. of steel United Bt>t-aTaaVi stesftafgcM
S heirs at law of Charles G. Campbell, manufacture locomotives girders >
,ln ,tam.d.i.. nonresident of the etate.ofFlorida a
a .. of for final Improvement ..,'. addition to tbe the Railroad Co.. ;
and
and i. resident of Whlsfcam court judge probate. my deceased: and all other parties claimIng eomp. and other products of her factories 1loriCi. .7
S a >
city of Klsslmmee Fla.J. the Commerce
discharge administrator of R. Lohr. Comraleatera,
Interests In the land. In this Bill
: Orady' county, atate of 0001'.... ,
; leoeaaed' and that at the same time described under the said Charles O. EMORY "RUSH. is all humdrum to her. The 11-14 Charleston 'Bide. -
i over, the ... 'of jw.nty.on.7.ar.; ; It Guardian. of Francis Lamar earliest of her childhood Orlando Fla. i :
,/ nonresident J[ will present to said court my final Campbell deceased or otherwise; and. Ruah. toys were .eIn .
.., therefore ordered that said ,
accounts administrator of laid Dated Klsslmmee Fla., January II. .
defendant J t>e .and tate. for their approvaL devisee of C. 8. Hart deceased. Re 115. 4-4t ;
S quired to appear-to the < bill 'of oomG'alnt and constructedat t ,
& "filed. In said _ua.'on orell.tor. Dated. January lWA. D., un, spondents. every battleship gun F. JENKINS It 4
,
S : LOHR the factor)'. I
'S S .. S
,, the 1st-day of March. A D, I.'m NOTICE TO PROPERTY 'p7
Administrator.5WOTICPi ORDER Or PUBLICATION.To .
.
1111. otherwise the allegations of said OWNERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY Women" retail dealers in New York SURVEYOR.r: ,
4 >biU.will be taken aa confessed by.saiddefendant. '
QS ':' .?i._ ) A ".- It Is furtb.r'.rd.r.d that this order TO C. W. BRUIVS. AND ALL OTHER It appearing from the .orn Bill of Frat.rnItyIIafl' } .
I will be at the
Complaint filed In this cause, that there following named '
7 ? j be published once a week for four' consecutive INTERESTED PARTIES lNotice \ ,
are persons interested in the property precincts on dates given below for the NOTICES Of STOCKHOLDERS'MEETING.
t1 weeks la the Klsslmmee Vali *
,J'S Is hereby given that I, L. H. Involved In this suit other than the KUslmmee. Fla, ::-
,: !i ley Oasette, a qewepaper pubU.hec1.la purpose of receiving tax returns on .
Ingram sheriff of Osceola known and
.. ,. coanty..tataof Respondents: that the
\ .
"1. k 'aald. county and state. Florida have this day levied a writ names of such persons 00 Interestedare both real and personal property: Notice )I. hereby given that the .
This the Tth. A. ; .
January D.,1t1I.CiroultCourtsal
S. S 'S of attachment Issued In the suit of John unknown to the Complainant; and. Precinct N9. 2 Shingle Creek January stockholders of the Dulton-H rrl. Co.,
5 ..." .1'(. .. " .<. ., ) Pay agalnat C. W. Bruns. now pending that' relief la prayed In said I Bill of will hold their annual i meeting at the DLM.LHIcXSPHYSICIAN
= .,. "" .. _.H", f..r.!,.. L. OVER8TItE ?; ." ill the circuit court of the Seventh Jud- Complaint against such unknown Respondents 29.Precinct. office of the company In Klaatmmee,
; S ,'" L' ,Clerk. Circuit Court:; I blat No.3. Campbell Station Xla. February I. 115.
5 S '04F. .RtB 8," " .;. S'S circuit. In and for Osceola county ; and SURGEON
Solicitor for\Complainsnl.--4( Florida. upon the following de.crl bedproJHIr11' It is, therefore. ordered That all January 30.Precinct 6-tt J. D. WOODBE K. Sec. S

.- :. S S" 55S ; i situated In Osceola county parties claiming; an interest In and to No. 4. St. Cloud. Feb. 1. '. Office State '
the Bofldlnc ., .
S 5 s .Florida more particularly described followingdescribed property, situated NOTICE i .
; as follows, to-wit: In the County of Oaceala and Precinct No. 6, Crabgrass, Feb. 3. 'Pnones: Office 41

,,Or'CtRCUlT COURT, VHTBUCTHCiAL'crRovrr '.i DI.-' -,'AH fractional ejection one (1), all State of Florida. to-wlt: Precinct No. 6, Whittier Feb. 4. Notice la hereby given that In orderto J.ld.Do.

S S or rix>RlOA IN fractional section ten (10). eleven (11) Lot three of Block "A" of W. A. Precinct No. 9 Alger Feb. 6. qualify to vote in the city electionall 5S
"- and twelve. (It); all section thirteen poll taxes must be paid on or before -
'x:: :::AND FOR OSCBO L4 COCNTT. Patrick and J. P. Hughey's Additionto
.". S -, '.;J.o, (11);. all fractional section fourteen the town of Klsslmmee City. Os Precinct No. 7, Bassenger Feb. 8. Saturday, February li. '
44. 5IN CJI.lfClU1T.I' .. .: (14). fifteen and sixteen ((1$)'; the northeast ceola County Florida according Precinct No. 8, Narcooe.ee Feb. 10. 4-5t C. U BANDY. '
S. r5 . Tax Collector. .
:Artli., F. Donoga.: VrnIaIsant., quarter (N. E. 1-4) of the northwestquarter the Plat of said Addition on file In Precinct No. 10, Reedy Creek Feb-- f
l : (N.m 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 south
'.., f S ., ; the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 11.Precinct J. W. ThOMPSONS
: Ii half ef the northwest quarter (S 1-X of ruary .
; Court for Orange' County, of Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day
'tNJ
'I" N. W.-' and south half of section all --'A
: BILL TO ftUIKT TITXB -4). which said County the said lands No.1. Kissimmee ,
S ;h' S .. ...te... (S I-lot Sec. 17), all In will refund U fAIO .
I .. 1 'JD.i"- ; were at said date of filing said Plat, through month of March. Your druggist mosey
lIL JIaadalI..I.rak ands
They ,
township twenty-six (1') south range a part: said lot lying In the Southeast OINTMENt fall* to cat* any eaee at Itching.Blind. .
(K',1.e"" .Traey B>er knsba-.d, and all ...- hlrty-one ID east, containing accord-. quarter of the Southeast "-6t WM.' I. BARBER .Bleedtns-Protruding Hies fat 6toI4d.sys.The S .
quar-
m/i;: ,..*>lBln ... l........ .Bd-the BaM ns. to the united States surveys In the ter of Section Twenty-one of Township Assesor of Taxes, Osceola Co. ent application gives Hue sad ReM Me. FUNERAL DIRECTOR .
O' tate of Florida. 1.1'1.0 acres situated
r tteopaaidesitB. Twenty-five South, RanaeTwentynine
k .n.rne4, or... .tb.rw1eo -:': In 'Oeoeola county Florida. exceptingandreosrvInghowever. Bait of Tallahassee
: ; ,.:: . '..........t.p out of the Meridian. Osoeola County, Florida and .

S 'ORDERF. ., PVBtJCATjOZVS above-rdeserlbed, premises twenty (to) lo appear to the Complalnant'a Bill ofComplaint o.o+ +.+.+++.#.+.+.+.+...... .+.+ ... . .. ..... .. S

.C 4f'S. ', 'P acres on' the easterly shore of LiveOak
.
herein filed before the EMBALMER
(!, ;' .. ,' lake, now Used and Improved as on or
( } a
: ""i: ',T..All.WheW It May Oe-ieersii; .i .f!; banana plantation.. 7th day of April A. D., 1815; else the LClSJD
r said Bill will be taken confessed.And .
bill t-" .. '-.* ***,' L. H. INQRAM. aa
,. It< appearingfrom the sworn of It Is further ordered that this Store and Chapel Stewart "
:.. /i'ooraplaln filed In this eauae that. there 'Sheriff of Osceola Countr..Florida. order be published once a week for An

,..S 4S ,.'.. parties Interested y In Xhe property S twelve consecutive weeks In the Val- FOR SALE
'
_ \\I "'$1D..ol.la.tbl..ull. Other ,tb.n.t". -1 t MASTER'S. I SAL.EJtinder I.y Oaaette, a newspaper published in X..I....... Its ,

}' ". 1 i known Respondents.1 and t that the S 55 -1"-' said County of Oaceola, Florda -
\tf.,. i names. of sach' parties ..o interested- S : : and by "Virtue of a final decree and of general 1:11ofn said ..

: unknown the Complainant, and the tendered. by :the Honorable .J.m...- V. County ,
S "". J.relief Is prayed In the said. bill of.cornS Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judlci&lCircuit Witness the Honorable Jamee W. When la <:1
Need of ,
plaiagaIuatJaId unknoWn Respond- of tW -State of Florida. In and Perkins, a
Court and my
,, -....t..iltIe", therefore.' QRDBRED that for the County of Osceola. In chancery name as t: :r'keter.e" : and the official Several bungalow homes located close in. arranged for comfort VETERINARY SURGEONCan >ri ,

Si- ;'!(j :<-.all parties claiming' an Interest In tbe .ilttlDS on 'the Xtrd day of December, seal of said Circuit Court, this the Sth !
4' ollowing- described real property, jiltu- 1114 lqa certain cause wherein Ira. day of January A. D., l.ls. and convenience at catchy prices, with immediate possession. For- ;

f. te ,nthe! County of Osoeola and State B..TlltooJ Is complainant,: and John P. (Official. Seal Circuit Court.) r J
J.r.t.;: jI;, Jot Florida,'to-witUlb.North.s.at Quarter ones et al defendants; I. 0. F. Krlbbs J. L. OVBRSTRBBT fine house for A. F. j S
Also sale bar
!fit I' of the Northeast Quarter of Section Special Master -In. Chancery. will ..eijat Clerk Circuit Court. a ten-room tw -slory rent or at a RCON

.r, 'r.1' Township 17 South o<, Range JABJast JI : publicoutery.. :to the- highest and JOHNSTON A OARRETT.Solicitors > \
'''T ; Of Tallahassee Meridian,do appear ...sf',bidder' tor-cash 'within the legal for Complainant. S-ltt gain price on favorable terms' of payment. 1.UarhmD Road ITaJ'j ': .

':. ..I! -to the Complainant's bill of complaintS ioura ,of sale on. the first Monday in S Phone 11- Klsslmmee._ t'
'" ; ,' before th.-Rule Day In April. A. 'ebtuary.." Inf.- same 'belnr the first .O..O ,
1''Oft.or' I O.O.OOOO.OOOO.... We also have a 280-acre farm close to railway town on a good I
';/t. v, .P. UU th.m. being the eth, day,of dy of said ;month and la a legal sales ,;.

.'f <...4.mCl..th.'th., aid bill wIt.. I day; In froat.of the >Court House of TILLER 3, country'road. telephone line for sale on favorable terms. It has considerable ERNEST .I. t
.5J ,1 ,' takei aa. 001lt4 aEatnst them" ,. ; .; Oseeola County Florida. In the City ofIsslmmeot M., 'u t GR \)
S,,>, ;_ ". .aQ\It' fll1'th.r'' ORDIIIRED that ( "', the' following1 described .
: I improvement and.a fine place for a small colonization : { ;
'-.5)1r1tba; ;,ordsr' b. .pllbUbt14.'<11 GIIM..', a anda.. tenement*' and ," b.red&tam.nt.s.sltusto..lyInE SignS 'Wrt ,.. ;
_ _ hr.th.S. and.belnr In the Rear state' AflenGy. I S "
Sq !?;'i for J,1ooaUy."w..k. I CovnVrf proposition.. > ,; ,
{=Ia.JOUl'a_"'a weekly. newspaper. Osceola.and. Stat of.Florida same -! "I IIsiirll. !:.
nanwwau uuo_. 1X ", ? ,1'.l !e'S. ,:; 3 ., .
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5 5 \ pnbIibedI1 't_ ..... .COlaaJt.Of'- more particularlydescribed, aa follows S ' > .! .
S 1 n.raI' said t Lot .Number* Thlrta-en (land Lot : We also have several .tip.poft8aiaCi: : truck farms at bargainrprices ' .
/ 5 ,0a an 0* .. : ., "i Realty bought and sold.' (, 5 < -. -i1
S Conntyp'i.s : -5- !>,.. Number? Fourteen(14). In Block BUtty- ... ? .. . :' '

,S < ./01; .' ."' ,j,.. nine (O)." ta the town ef 8&laC.Clou4. it House* rented "" "f: .*' :.TTaxes : ,, ''and.want A.to.. :.correspond_ with you. . S S..5..._.:.-_. S ,_.,_;._,J._ ,'S
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Osceola. .f
'J"r=' "eo.rt .....JIII' .A saM County State of Flor- : : "
S . S .......... ..... p.scog'dthg to tbe plat of amid tow* 4'. paid" and ThIei'vaiGed.4or :, .. : : .: / PjI' .. Ya. Agnew /I "
t :I .... 1.. t.. office of the Clerk of the : t)4'_ "O"'
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/: .:, ; r This gigantic Stock Reducing Sale involves

", ,,; ,, ';I;''the? entire Stock of Shoes in one Grand Sale

( <,.and a sale of such magnitude that ,when we . _,
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'" .;:: ': Thursday, February 4th 1''

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A Few Prices Picked at Random ; ; ; +

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;' 500 Pairs Ladies' Shoes
$1 48
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Great Monster Shoe Sale. Over $1 1 0,000 Saving! ., , Q

;r t Worth of Fine Shoes for Men, Women and Children, to be Placed onPublic Will' : IlL" .
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.S"'I"' ;l :Read, AND HEARD OF SALES, BUT NEVER IN, YOUR LIFE DID SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY PRESENT ITSELF. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY ON r -

4 ."'; ,' ':'':"! REASONABLE MERCHANDISE WHERE EVERYTHING IS BEFORE YOUR*EYES, MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND MONEY GIVEN r,
: . r k .Realize" ? L BACK ON DEMAND IF YOU ARE IN ANY WAY DISSATISFIED. IT WILL BE ONE CONTINUOUS STREAM OF JOY TO EVERY MAN, WOMAN .' i. .I, '
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traveled 22,600 mile and they expect ,
VISIT KISSIMMEE to complete the .bike to Portland I .
lSHEs f'' before their three years' time limit 8'H"0".8W"F : "
AUTO (from time of starting ig I : WOMEN anil
Wife of the N wAmbassador J, T. Jackley and wifeywho' are on ,( ) up. ..
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? i.?; FI*- TwO men were In Portland, Me; Were in Ktsshnrties ,
+n Irhap." .. Monday and : them will have the largest share.When ,,.
; :fatally ;>'Injured) apd four : 1 Monday night They - ,
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at Belleair. tz .f'I trip a prize $1,500 awaiting 10 CENT "CASCARETS"FOR immense'busine tufni
f'John; Hrdwhlow and Nathan Gold them at the end, if they comply enables to '
+ k"y 1''r .. are; not; expected to live, while Jens with ceilain rules laid down by the LIVER AND BOWELSCure our entire st6ck' about'our'' times'';a'year "

Qold.tSamnal1: M. E. Brompon and Pftnama-I'acific Exposition board. ; which' keeps: our stock, at all times right ". '
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; machine were running I 411 I \\alk every step t of. the way. When Breath-Candy Cathartic.No .
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sump some of them constipation, indigestion, biliousness ,
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h, rk ,., vjth r"Wet'e thus men thrown in the clear rear while of dropped out because of the hardships and sluggish bowels-you always get All All Sizes r All WidthsCome I
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the'other two were pinned under the encountered on the road and Rome relief with Cascarets. They imme- Styles, ', '
i: .' e \ t were disqualified for accepting a diately cleanse and regulate the stom-
wreckage. All the in the
men car "
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live- in or near' Clearwater. remove the sour, fermenting food
'S fore yielding to the temptation' to and foul gases; take the excess bile IIi .i-
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5 5 ride, t then it got him, and he was from the liver and carry off the con- qa.pa"ilWeek.. ; ,i, c ,If;
? : CIVIL SERVICE compelled! ) to drop out of the contest. stipated waste matter and poison ''. :l,
1. .. There is a touch of romance in the from the intestines and bowels. A '!xrr.
5 I Jnckley hike. The young couple were 10-cent box from your druggist will ,
' a" TESTS IN STATE married just two weeks before starting keep your liver and bowels clean; '
out on the long tramp and stomach sweet and .head clear for Shoe Cop '
/ r 4 I it as a sort of honeymoon. They months. They work while you sleep.Favorite Glenn I'S

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Brooksville, Daytona, Gainesville, .] Line Steamers 'oj #
Jacksonville Live Oak, Paint ku. I'al I wewewJ" 1.-11"'I"" < -- I IJ i i iSt rS

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y 1 Just when the appoint, ..nl, .of I"I" ,Ilr5lyd avnuhl, : "- s.nloi IM Mr William, INS"I"OCK a Z"" ;
St J. F. McKmtry n*. po tiu" :. tcr of I I i.'r.ives; Sll.ll'l'; ot' able' \* IIOMwife.. , ....I ::4: ":, ilt \ '
Gainesville se mad I iixsureil. 1 their bn! j X110 us the "P.IIIIMI-' Inc.I' ullawd, .. IH -w +'
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general is telling the l Klomla. ,enatoi.. I I II-MM .ei Mrs, :Slnii' | Is ui-ll Known .K MATeIlER 1111:1.: .' l'ICEn RIP %,
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appoint Mn \\ a.llnl| ""!T"Il. \\ "here 'tier hn.hsodalll'llt ." ( TOWKR EDGERS TIIIIUIERIIPERKINII'
1 of Dr. McKinslry! on 'a'' ount,, t of 'his I
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k liebeen is Ieyentyone.11,11, 111'n halo iiilfnreMiniin, ) ,: a jiii-inlier' of manyof I i .. ,' ?* -'iniii .gIf ?Tr _""t SK.Th'MTl? v -' ";_ IZJRtw A- BOILERS nil ,
appointed po.stinatepresent S 111111.1 Ih.'" "
; r administration.McKay . ( '111'1. ,111111" I tin- I IrndIIIi,, ').' ''iinins, < InliH' In her I I SAWDUST!' CONVF.1I'ORII'IILAD' 'N"CYORS$ ,. *'
landed l the, post. mnMei' ship' at liolne (1111"r 1 Kl\:' I iII.I (O. pio' :.':re.slveIn GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS j.k j..
e' II Tampa. Hut the' postmaster.. iromralbreaks her Me.is, 'nod) with\ a deelileil Inter LATH MILLS STAVI3 lULLS : r'
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the rule with, gr rat .reluctance.And I-HI la ail' :'iinl I ,, NI IcnceMrs ni.i TO)> SAWS ". .
only where there. are exceptional' Sharp was before. her marriageMls SAW BITS for all .....> of saws j f! ,
circumstances to warrant such ....tlOn. Ilnllle ("1011' ;:.li She I IH descended SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES'' ,15''5 e'?" A
DeWitt Gray; a Jueksonullhtw I from, n lirotlu-r. of !Natlinn' I Ill,le and I BELTING 4 srr..._*dl_oa to best -r :!c.
,j : yer, has been here for a few days IH n member of the laughters I of the I LOG CHAINS CANT nooKS TONGS l,;" I' ';'"
4' t on business )before the dcpai Invent of ; .
American revolution.: As an nrtlst HH- EVERYTHING FOR THE) ,f I i
> "r TI ', justice. Another ..Jal'kRollvIIVIHltnr, won praise liefore.. she' lII"rrl.lol'r,\ i: x SAWMILL. ,y \ ;, ?. a
k 'S. Is Mr. Paxon, of James & Paxon. fumlly linn. enk-roHHiil. 1 tier lime to thepxcliiolon Special Gasparilla Service Writ toPrice ja

t, q The Philadelphia- inventor, of a sun- ', of art ilnei- hell.. She Is I lite } 4 .*


) power" ..nfine( which i is working/ successfully mother of MM-\ children, all of them or ?!: Send for Folder and Information ,/ ,."
in Egypt has figured that it the H111onlrte., : She Iris put' these Into ; +
would be necccBsarv to cover only :20- pood HI iKiolH to continue, their' studieswhile Y' -4k
$ ST PETERSBURG TRANSPORTATION CO 'I4fJ
ri 250 a miles of the Sahara desert she IH ahroiiil.' Her eldest daughter r ..

i y with power the as engine the world's to obtain coal supplied us much in as who u musician.Is In Oh'rlillollt'ge., has talent i Telephone 230 and 463 TAMPA, FLORIDA ; .... :. ;

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A : I / rql .. TAMPA IS PREPARING GNE IT.TO YOU SEIlVEDfNJ\JOU."" GL Y
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I W .. __-:__._ TAMPA Wants You Here and Trusts Nothing '':will.Interfcrq. J : t'

j a; ,Ur 4 I I -TAMPA Is Going to Show You a' Carnival That's: Coin? toIFclIp' f'I: ; 1

", 4 e y" ;' - Anything, of its Kind Ever Attempted ,, ".'"'.. ," .... .... : "Vi't ,rs

t TAMPA Learned Lots from Its Last Year'a. Caifuva1'lii: -. t '*'- -"-'fj/I 1, 3: \ .

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Homer :.a tN.w' Dance 'i." Dinner ,. .dl That Combines the Hat. ,

; nox .. !1 the Pretty Malde"". I 'porrit'el' t ..m. Skirt and One Pleoe Blouse.CAKING '
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tJ ] ., j Cmootuk, Real jBey. .1Ea1d. i

tH; r'York; N.: ;YThat; :: aha dialikei. ""." : 'I '. Wfce Likes New 'eek.

It on the charity of her husband's ., .

ta' I. .the'; NMlon.aiyen' by Eire "

der; Cbaie': Knox;- ir.., for"asp>>

sting .from her. youthful husband i f
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oung Mrs Knox: It.will be recalled Consideration' For Oth..... r The Bueinees Weman's Tol et. : ,

was the former Mlss'May-Q. BollerProvid.nce,4L .. Train a child to" notice and .reqpect! The business woman has BO time for w F.

,,i; L,. shopgirl. 'Then the employment of another. If It be i morning prinking. As on* young woman I ,

> of .the 'former secretary! of state merely a game there Is no need puts It "Before I go to bed at ,

and .'United' State senator'" 'met' her 1efI night I have to be dressed for the next
therefore to Interrupt -
rudely,
.:five yean ago.- It.... a'case of Jov* thoughtlessly, day." She doc not spend more than iI
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,t first.aight. -an4;they eloped,,March it. A little politeness one to an hour In the evening over her toilet

1. .. another a little observance of the hour
but In addition she spends aq
:;rne:, }path of Romance,1\ha. ,been avery wishes of others will put aside sullen .E # once a week at a Orst clan beauty

thorny one for the young couple looks and bad tempers. ''t Sar parlor. One week: she has a shampooand I
It'.wUwhile; be was a student at the We know ourselves bow disagreeableIt
facial
scalp treatment, another
Morris, Height < ''Preparatory "school Is to have the table shaken wbeu we

that'young Knox'met and fell in love write; to have a door left opvu; or loudly massage and manicure treatment; on
with auburn-haired'salesgirl."After another vlblt her feet are put In order,
I bunged, to have some one crossingt"'eeu
', they eloped and so on.
wind-tourtshlp
a \ and the light to be con-
), ua or cleansing bath .
and traveled,.vainly :through three 4 S She takes her warm, '
:'state before they could'find a clergyman Bluntly Interrupted. Our children can 5'f at night but before this she clrnnnca

..to' perform 'the- marriage ceremony not like thta more luau we do. Yet we ) her face and nook thoroughly with a "

.. '.f'in&ly..a! minister Bur1into'l.Vt..unlua need not lose our tempers. A HinlllnK. good cleansing crcnin. thru anoints It

: the;runaways. protest n rnrcNSiuK request, u little with massage cream which for the

*i.:'-With his bride young Knox'h rried Joke over the uniioynnce, will prevent inoincnt she leave on the fnce.Grooming .

, to..his father's home in, Washington ? ''a Its repetition I letter than a sharp re a the Hair.

!,,,foe ,the parental blessing. ..But fori buke.
withheld and he was pp I Rhe lets down her hair. brushes
i ,igiveness .was' When children! are taught to notice\
'that thoroughly HIK] leamvea It |>lun<*d up '
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summarily;"told!by his father these trlflcii they lenrn to avoid them.
I 'having; married ,to 'lIult 'his. fancy he lightly but nulilclfiilly high to escape
when
A child 1*" plcnxed you Hpoloclzeto
'"could setout; and hustle for'-himself, him for nuliiteiitlounl I uwkwllr<1Il1'K". a wetting In the huth. Then she Ales - ,

";. .The young couple. returned to Pro- her nnllit and jump In her bath, which
The little seeds xlnk In his inlnil. Tomorrow
*idancerwber they cave Out'many' IB soft and fruttnint with soap (KiwdrrShe l ..
he will iivoUl 1 thnt xiniill of
/h brave. interviews in which young Knox dews not allow th" water to touch
his intention of going to work feiiHe. hough. movenieiits. nupoliHhedBpccch she flesh .
1declared firs fit 'tk her fare or nock hut Him a
,support bl.-bride; and she insisted r detract from rather than Increase brush vigorously over her body and II I

:>that -she,,would'stand ,by her "dear. n cblkl's ]leiisure., And It IM scrubs her ringer palls aud toe nails ,, ..

,',Tlp'Mhrough..thickland thin. tlieue small trlflea, that make up the before she etnptlea the tub and rinses Photo by American Prsss Association. ,

'YoUng.Knox, got a Job selling auto comfort of oUr homes.! off well with a One spray. This spray

;mobiles, 'but'lOmethlng :must have or thorough rinse Is absolutely neceasary. .Among-the varied peoples that makeup f

'gone,wrong with the tradethat year the population of New York
Examined. city
to other lines Having the Eyes for. after the soapy water has
turned
because he soon d are representatives of atmbst
failed to If a child Bcrewa up Its. eyes whenlooking done Its cleansing purpose It shouldbe : every
jbf .. But. they too '
buaine. .
race and nation under th sun. From'every .+
whenreudlug
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at u distant object or. well rlimed off the skin.Mas.agin .
. h. sought
bring the'success quarter of the globe they haiL ;
.Papa Knox Forgive Them. u book, bas to bend c1oseqOver I .. the Face.R'heu Perhaps the most interesting of the

About this time the'elder Mr. Knoxpleased it n defect in \lsloii should be -- sho returns to her toilet table many queer peoples is a group of

/ with hit on'. endeavors, for- fps suspected Sometimes the child complains AFTKBHOOH OOWK. the heat of the bath has started a mild Eskimo from Greenland. They com J

'gave the young couple and took them V of bendn< lies or eye ache\ tin illustrated here l>crN|>lratlon ou 'alp and face, ah! prise father and mother and two children "

J! ,to hie handsome- country home at former usually referring, / to the fore The costume novelty the massage cream that she bas left -a boy and a girl. They were

1 Valley.Forge to live. Last January e I IraAOHar.ow ,. h'n.Tbe'\ ,' may be nt times slight. includes< a harem skirt and one piece on her iftico ban been largely absorbed born north of the arctic circle, where
York to closed below and
Knox sailed from New blouHe. The skirt l Is '' along
litHo HUHplciou summer Is short and the winter1 ,
.young 8<|iilnt. These lire She Elves her .scalp a five minute mas- 1 very
his wife in apartments fashioned. of a square of
waist Is
Bermuda, ,leaving Bisiin. Eye strain also given rise to In the and slightly wetting her hair. and severe. Inured to the fri 4we.ther
bad been occupying at No Ilk. The otHMiliiK at the neck Is cur: sage
they flainitiation of the 1s-b.'u..e styes- rullH the locks about the face and of their native land, the Eskimos ,
1700 -Pine street, Philadelphia. Their SILK OQWN. large enough to permit. the blouse to MOO in New York mild ,
handsome.'residence at No. 202 Midland For and If this condition U constantly re be nllpi>ed on over the head. It is fastened unpe of the neck over kid rollers for winter. They enjoy thesnow when
the St. Valentine day party. .,
" currlug the sight should be properlytested. of
the face being
The skin
Father
them by HIP night
avenue, given whether it be dinner or dance the without the use of buttons, hooks it comes, and the coldest day has .no f a
Knox had. been closed and the furni- II-MV well: lubrlcuted. a few minutes'fnlnl for y
frock here will become or eyeH. The ribbon hat to match the terrors them. In their Greenland
charming pictured
in torage. Unskilled advice In the matter of the I massage quite removes the tired home they live in-winter in .r''
' tarftjnit costume la of corbean blue taffeta. Igloos,;or : .
is
the debutante. It
.*"*MApriI'"announcement was mad.of.a average carried eyesight should be avoided, for permanent Tills itriklng style novelty was designed hues of the day. and she flnlabea wltb huts built of stones and earth. In or. '

complete'r-eeonclli.tion. and the out in. peachblow, a shade that Injury la easily effected If wrong.: Ora Coe.RIBBON i l rUk douche of cold Water. der to enter their dwellings they'are.

couple took up an abode in Charles- harmonize charmingly)' with the rose measures are taken. No child should by Caring For the Nails. obliged to crowd through a long tunnel '

: .town,':W. Va. where they lived untiltwo'weeks and lines of youthful complexions. The ever be allowed to wear glasses until dug under the snow. Th. tunnel I
the nails bas beenuftu
I'be skin about
when Mrs. Knox material used la soft lustrous taffeta.
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ago a doctor has examined the eyes and is necessary to keep out the cold
belongings and.came-to The surplice -bodice 4s draped loosely d In the bath and a few mlnHltM '
'packed her has recommended the use of such. FLOWERS. winds. At the entrance to, the tun-
the Holland House this city. Her'husband over the shoulder and finished with an To prevent strain the position in work with a null stick followed fuel a block of snow i Is used for a' s ,
eye r
< arrived here thefollowing day edging of cream filet lace. The skirt Its home work IE .iiv H little p ilahing, I" unrndent to put door and at the Inner end Is hung,a'' ,
child does -
tncejt'.ha been a case of hide which a Dainty Ornamonts That May B. Fashioned them In find rondlttoo. Nails that arsnever curtsin' r ..
s/.and is one of the most up to date In line of sealskin. .'he"hut. whlccontains \
I I ',and*seek-"betwe.n them; and cut It has the smart hip yoke regard to the lighting of the room-. by D.ft Fingers.Flower uvKlected are nut difficult to but one room is lighted an-f +

. E1p.rtmeDt rs.'' Knox, when found, in;a littlea gathered thla case and skirt with I should always be borne In mind. Anj noveltir* have been immensely keep to order. heated by a stone lamp containing seaR'' ,

V" on Madison avenue reluctantly .the correct flare.- The effect of the letter I glare on the book or paper should be popular this season. Artificial flowers If any artificial hair Is worn this Is or whale oil and provided with a wick .
"H-' admitted she had engaged coun- avoided, and the light should fall the handmade ot of Sometime when
they
1* heightened by tbe scalloped foe. I particularly ones I the moment to brush It and arrange It moss. t.'
X set and was preparing to "sue for' sepeTaratloiu. tag ,of black.velvet. around the hem. obliquely from behind. silk and satin have been used in trim- for the morning. If there lire anychduzes traveling the Eskimo build a tempo.,

, : : :BV ; i ,- ming evening gowns fancy blourn -. rary house of block of snow.:/ This is>.
*;' I have feft.ilr, The wide girdle.I* of, black velvet rib.'on tu be made In the dress. -a .
truethat
; t"n' 1. : said to, be f.iriy comfortable an* '
.I Diplomatic Management.
said "and this''time it.i* ; stitch to tft te, s fresh collar to be sVi rlitu4e'T'onld'13nd
{i Knox, she It yon want to break a young girl ofgoing Eskimo but hi-5! -"d girls at th'ti
the matter ed-do It Lay out clean 'lotbe; .
discuss now.
1 cannot
-r.:for good.; about wltb undesirable friendsor ; fL'. pretty chilly -.
':'everythinglieu tentative' I, iwou1Jprefer put soiled cues into the laundry bag. place.', Tits :aj 3of, tat. ;b4t: ,"iy'th,., '' t
.call tuvon- my attorJUfi -' ; dressing In an unbecomingway, ot 'Lit Tli few extra minutes tills will take: : '. xt
that.you picture11* =.-..inm .w; Met .. ...v..t,:
', William Allen' Ullman., I hav.ii' 0. ,SMART>A'SHIONS. 4 reading books which she baa no business are largely compensated for by the twelve yeal'l'' of ac't'

! ao miserably unhappythat it 0' a r- r 0 'to open or doing any other of the restfulness of going to bed In, a. tidy ,

kks my heart td ,wen" talk, about .....O.... ..O.tOO..O.tt. silly things In which glrla delight you room and the>'ronMclousnesa that there ,DYE1NQ TILE. ALLB. ,,' ; JrAnExperiment .
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tne netter.r ., v print.? ,n."polD't d corsage..Is promised f of can always nuinage It best by drawIng need!' be no'rush or disturbance in the '!'hit-.Made' Old Bar*
newspapers'were *
. 'Whilethe her attention away t" other mat ,
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near; morning.
lap Look Like New'v ,
. lug: stories of.:my' being receiyd- ters. Those undesirable friends ore .
In'jewelrycut steel and cut jet arebeing broom 1
The walls of certain
entertained a dining
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lamiland : ,, "
iJrny husband' from dull f
: combined.' probably her only refuge
: whole J How to Wash the Hands. were covered several years ago'with' 1 r
i i 'terriblyThe ,
:::war. Suffering Some of the new skirts are picoted ness. Let her go out a little more. ,
of This become
burlap. had
iIl.rau.e Tof our,trouble is money; Ever There Is a right and wrung way green :year they ',
j iuc..out'marriags'; : my husband has around the, edge. I. Show /tier more of life and she'll drop doing everything and this maxim applies so badly faded as to look a rusty
} Tailored costumes for street wear
fv been ;declaring that he would go to them very soon. as much to washing the bands a* brown in spots. No shop or friend of tithe

Work'to but he never did. are simply designed. That common, ugly frock will never to anything else. owner could suggest allY 'other
almost
1"We''' 'terribly dependent on the Coats for snorts wear are be worn again after you have given hei Choose soap carefully. It vsu.ibe remedy than a new wall covering and .
were your
!|I) invariably of the army order. ,
for our support I a really pretty new one In good style. that was financially out of theiquesTtion. \
his
'..generosity; of parents The skirts of children's party Crocks n rood and pure and not too blghljst'euted. ,b
In this dilemma she set her wit .
horribly humiliating; She would rend thone disagreeable '
and it was are usually plaited or flounced. never A little borax:: or ammonia I* '
to ork and result
tencents'
:. 'I could not stand it. : books If took the trouble to double as a bought 1
,' ; 'klnd- Open and closed neckwear of lace you thu water will serve the put worth of dye a kind

J f: ",.: 'M I"bu.bEnd's, parent1 were and net is among the.favorites. I provide her with amusing, exciting.,:: lOse of softening' It and assisting to remove to color either cotton or guaranteed wool. "'
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\ tpes..itselftome; A pretty cotton waist has the fullness talcn of a decent kind. stains.Every .
I one-half the
Taknig package three
1 and Mrs. ..Knox'V ,
-tdrly-goodafpwance, for dresses. shirred in around the waist. i Hut the good books must be exciting time you wash your hands pints of water and a tablesponful of t 4
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\provided m* with money the .value of Dotted Swiss is to be worn in the and Interesting, not merely truprov oS' wash them thoroughly, taking care salt she experimented by dyeing a
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lll 1Jwt.Tiphad.no.ldea..of* dreadfully extrava- spring. and so' is embroidered or lug. The nice dress must be dainty that the lines on the palm are perfectly small part of the wall in a place that
t. oney.He'wa
< foolishness in spending gandie.A and charming not pin In and service cleansed. It this la neglected the lines was not conspicuous. When dry ,it

;;p-.onVannoyed:I : ; h!..father. I' dare' great many of.the of new hats PUH!sol- I able. Your way must look more attractive will become coarser and deeper wblch turned out a beautiful rich shade of '
European
;!t bills (restthe headgear than her so she promptly w.ntto< workto
h tired of paying our I own.Brushing Is just what we are most anxious to green
say he grew diers..
;k bec&uS..jUIt'a.ye.l', ., ago be, cut ofi avoid.It cover the whole room. This took tJ'
?, Skirt are made with a rather high
four packages .of the. dye but' she
'allounoe.j)' , waistband,, which insures a perfect the T..th Rogularly.If Is very' Important Indeed that tbs than -
mixed
him :: one-half
never
PvK"I) lefT'my'husbandtelling ha"... the child la taught iarly to brush hands should be thoroughly dried and more apackage

SHhat: U,he could\ not.work and support There I* a growing popularity of the Its teeth It becomes u mutter of habit, that they should not be exposed eitherto The at a time using boiling ,wa-
ter. dining wall looked
woUld not I It1ivfw1th'llmPHe room ,
I 'I s:'Ttne:; ;like;other men' begncl'met did.'I , "re- : snake1 bracelet, necklace and even which It carries through life, and the cold or the beat of the fire Immediately fine and the cost was forty cents and ,

) brooshes.O result Is set. after being washed.If ,
,' Itonsented.But'itwasthe : n fairly perfect four ho n' work. y
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.0' unhappy, t11'-
)I.turltalld; IK. felt., : If the first teeth are. brUHhed and they are left with a little damp.
old
same .O.tOOO OO'.OOOOOOO
V' : to work r44 kept In good condition and a flentlst nesa on them you are encouraging the ENAMELING A tiEDSTEAIX
to 'go ,
promised L
I ,tory;; ..He, but asrooa HINTS, FOR ..HOUSEWIVES.- visited at least once In six' ; months formation of chaps, and roughness -
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,and cut out.hlsextravaganoe, How to do Over Old Oae t. (Its
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an '
r a. I wa back with him he took 0 44644Squeats.in there Is little danger of the second redness are sure to follow Best

t. 'with/tha ,old life. Probably'bls: ,...O".O'OOO.O'.OOOOO teeth l wing Infected or crooked.It wish to Advantage.If .enamel Iron bedstead '4.:
"I an
you -
'. atent.blamed.me4but.it. ;; certainly shoes obviated by sometimes happens that a first Foot E.... '
are first rub tits marred paint
""' fault.1" ",* *"$.>>' I \dipping .the''sole In kerosene. I tooth remains In the gum too long- Nothing Is more trying to the temper smooth with fine sandpaper. Do this 1 l

.;talt.SundaY"'J'1bl1e', I.'wal sitting ,..Red-wall paper, especially in a small that la. after the second tooth shows than a corn.* If the corn Is a bard one gently .so as not to roughen what

&tQ'./'tbe,',foyerof-.the; : VanderbUt-he.witheeefng'me.'rI'am \; room is often trying to the eyes andtemoer. signs, of coming through. This condition and very bad bind a slice of lemon paint remain upon the Iron. If you ,:<

ipasseQ} drlectlyinfront of TO. sha- .- t'\ should not be allowed to exist, as over It every' night till It la less 1 painfuL cannot get it all off it will be better '
t
':, out even being The best ecrapbaslcets. are the simplest the first tooth is !liable to Irritate the for then you will have a uniform .

, 'do wed bya-More of.detectives.whys. ? :'ones;closely.. woven and free gum, which will become sore and Infected It yon bare soft corns between the surface. This done go all over the '" ',

,;;;:'l canto; tell"j' absolutely:; :li1"VTheri 'reason "t-- from any decorations of ribbons, etc. and pus will be the result.If ; ) a' afflicted toes put pads of absorbent bedstead with white enamel paint, h

'Yit was. no >?,No 'gritty scouring soap should be the first tooth does not fall out t a cotton saturated with boraclc powder. which (. sold at paint shops and by a x?
husbend'taverthat'he"'nr
ci for'iJt.y,lekving.my. enamel of a bathtub.ApowderI.'Jnueh'better. .
I- uled'tltJOothe naturally on the appearance of the .J some druggists. Use a broad brush .:
dtiot'Work'and and stains Use a fresh pad every day. It Is wonderful \ ak
+ 'hts. ; second the child should be taken to a and sweep it smoothly and evenly over !
':oRbe, bounty 'of bow this treatment
forced to II with brush. quickly reIteve. '
''m.ybe removed a aces is
; BIBBOH TKA the iron until all covered. \
humfllaling dentist and the offending tooth re-
;;,parent* and Ike placed 1 In 1 1.myho.baJd' r, -.Tp stilMn,starch'add to one quart ntoved. the pain. Let tha first coat get perfectly: dry r'
,..-'po.itionltJ.oI'! sl'verpi;kindly'toyrard", of prepared starch teaspoonful of girdles In the decoration of millinery, If your feet get tender and blister before applying the second Threat 'a.
'; 5r mily.. .:/-; and of baking soda I 'Crowded and Irregular teeth are often as collTure urnameuts and bontoo- abonld always -4
,-. .? gum'arable, one ; easily when walking yon coats may be necessary to make,the
., '"living.on-H}* Mother'aiCharity.. dissolve:'in;'a\little' water and stir I the result of first teeth remainingtoo nleres. wear woolen stockings and befOre whole of the dark iron white. The advantage . ,., '

j"trtl soon,ilearned tJ1attf..I'dld esca. .well.. ;;??>" */ :,. :---' long In the gum To make some of the more elaborateof pulling them on your feet should of a white enamel apart from 't

-? company; n>y,)huV>and on:his whobeet 1 '-',To .remove'paint'from' clothing saturate these ornaments requires an unerring be well dusted over with boradc pow the pleasing effect Is that it may .b. n; ."'
of other
, 'P i g there were plenty w..ha..e the'.spots ,two ,or three times THE FARMER'S PROBLEM.A taste and deft hand for much der. renewed when it becomes defaeed and I
' w -':' thety o :- ; with of ammonia and tur depends on the combination of colors 1 that it will be the better for each

living on hU motb."er'We equallarta: "washout. in soap farmer is moving and carries with and the adjustment of folds or foliage. ren.waL ''< I
neverikne, *** ftom-'dayto-day; ' > him fox of Beautiful White Handa.
suds." VT a a turkey and a basket here Is yellow
Illustrated dainty
,,''whetberws' were golnlreack to get a large corn. He cornea to a river and the a To whiten hands that have become A teaspoon of lemon Juice In a cup "

'" .or be without 1L; ; ,No'.l** .J. boat will carry only the farmer and rose of soft ribbon in a shade that enggeata browned through exposure?the follow of black, coffee will,.,cura. ,,al bilious ,
" Suld tlrst"sort'esidenel.U other''rnore' :than""usual11 don't think: tea rose. The ribbon la Joined to- eSOlnent'IDlxtare ?' ... ,-?,, ':'' j-'V1' 3" *,-
stand one of his charges. Now if he leaves fag I* an ;!, h adache. r
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" ......'' husband and'1'c loved 4ch. our marriage, would. have' t. lasted. as. the -fox and the tarkey alone the.fox ether ,H e end and haarowof, Take a wineglasaful each of'bea7Jemon .' ;. > .
long as It did-; 'r ; . gathered stitching running crosswise to : Yt1
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' 1'Ao.lo will eat the. turkey and if'he-leave juice and _*> de cotognaw ,.\ ,
Ured ,
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Wrsai'ret.Yea' N.sel '!rut; I .have grown -of, rom- 8.ehe.tuntotllelJower.1! \ yin
the turkey-and the corn ;the turkey ; '
I into chma
of Mix well together, pour m. CHICH)
..... There.is no possible chance
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and leave
stem.epal.
1ri1I'.athe he artificial center,
.reconciliation.- could' not corn. ,How can safely Jar'and a keen closely'reorkedJ i APPlY r,
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another -
? ; gettheDi all'across. .the-river: ara provided for the. flower' ,,r t 1, ep';
rod morning afp washing and
This
rely-:upon.lmyhuabanb.agaiii;; ; .- : < ;. ; ' . '. : r night
Tb&o'bewimm se .ooatdsa ti. time'I mean it,this'is flnaD;; Ye.. Mr: :Answer-Bjri t [1tln..' the :,turkey f/.L' drying, robbing tile mixture well Into

ssaIe ot1QUINfl Knox; ha*)tried to 'gst'.ln" eommunioattaawHh OYer.'coming 'back and taking the fox SInatead'of gluing:the handle of all 1h banda. v'c' :t\J<;,:a''u:'.'** ;- *&; '

flab u_, D de.. *:.me'several' time,, but, I yer,. briflg&g. the ,"tudwy'bMkt. tak umbrella'whichik.not i ;wearirweli, > fJ ,'god 'HaaV

JN| *'ada,Mas;" ,.''He:doe* nptxknowwhere lne .9'.+'W".. '" .co..c.i..wtor try winding a thread.aI'01HIIiII.M& ethic | _"A iIM'"|L'" tIM ii' -
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P'OINIlN"OSC'EOlA : ,STREET. 18 SOLD TO -A '. '' tttat: 'it,,,was;, ,
COUNTY > "' MAARYLA2iD'MANTiirongh : ,: .butldin ; Mr:_

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.. :.. ., .;.:t ... :0 ot..O O .' ., ,0.... ..... | O! .<>. o .+. OO o"90 0 c. 0?. .: vanlng"."Jln'G. ,A/'R. halt by 'the bom on Mabbette street. ? The purchaser building,; was a mass of' .flasnes.w ,

,. 8'Q John ,P.; FI.ht Maryland, they; awoi .V Ay\ the ..furniture' ElSt
ESS"t .... Farri brothers and Miss Edith '
:,, 'I , 4Ma&Lar.nce ORANGE CENTER-: NEWS.; ... .ST...... CLOUD.' (4 llama was ''Wll. will-move llii.famIlr here)and: .hake p rsonaV?.ect "jof the,, family) :were.
"J.;< ...'f. 04 :.r. : .._ . 4 greatly enjoyed by all this hispermanent.home. ". lost also'' ,

v.. , ." ., "". 'f. 0 0'0 O ..- o t.0 to 0.H-9. ., o.*0.00 t.OOt.Ot.o..o( music .lovers. ". .', "'* J ''Ii| the transaction: Mr Rush aoqotf.eda.farnvln iV .: '1C understood.:that Mr., and' Mrs.Jphnson .,,
.4 " 0 no*,, and her sister,, Mrs. C. Ji;.'Carl.I 'Mr.' and Mrs., W.. 'c.'SenBlba'and ? It
_ '\; !.o ; Garrett Mr. .'T.-DIrrticW and ,Miss Marie.I SOIL This. i. Mrs. Snyder's' Ant .viBit. [ Mrs Louella .Dakin from Lansing M.aland..lormerly. ,' own expect' return toKis.lBii'

_ <.t!\ 'i1.....';..: ." ...r- -0. for; .their. home. in' Dimick of IHllman Mich;:are spend. to the Wonder City.:" : Mlch.. who. are mending thewinter edby Mr.. Flsh and expects to leave. mete at: an early;date to takeup their
; ; 1'IId 1 ing the"Winter with their son and I, Mica Eva Allen;' who resides on In Florida, spent Friday in'St.:ct ud. in a few weekswith his family to "residence here -&pi"1!1,;

::fl; ,'i' ;Johneorj'sipd, ; Fred.L :, brother,;Charles Go: Dimlck. at Seven' Pennsylvania avenue ,was surprisedby Mr. and Mrs. D. 1. Rice' and Miss take charge, of, ,and; cultivate''this' TDANKs'll: '

r'd1\; d br ?*,;.ar.. bu.,' heron I ,Oaks; 'I a number' of her friends on Tuesday Elsie Stewart, arrived Sunday from farm. r.-r, i .CARD ;OF ;z'I

., \ , .'. ( \ .' .. Ernest J. Keene Is wearing the .night\: the'> occasion'' being he*! Washington,, D. C., to spend the remainder .....Mr. Fish' is to.b congratulated upon Wa.. lake'this: method extsndlng: \
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: ;, t: ,ranee"oi Pleasant'11111.( '.birthday. Among the guests were of the winter at .at. Cloud. tting: most desirable ,
1 n .. } !Smile that won't' come' Come off then residential 1 sincere thanks to those friends ,.
''H{ its'" .! ,thte* ;: (1"' days. Ills wlfa. presented him With a [ Mrs: Frank Butler (Annie Oakley), Mr. and Mrs. John Etcheson,: of pieces of !property>*- .in-'Kissimnvee.v who/so.kindly extended,tl\elr..14 and'' ,

1.Re,"... Eo,, A:"'Milton t. fiery 'lookIn bouncing baby boy on Sunday' morn.I l'(' Mrs J. W, Squires Mrs.,J. B. Werts, Vamdalia, .ni., arrived Friday eveningand c *. i* svirinatby ,during .the illness, and 1

"'a...' !Jtrter 1 the' ,church that is being built. Ing. Both mother and son are doing Mrs. .Belle Reed, Mrs. Lottie Elliott: are visiting at the homes of Mrs. D. Y. JOHNSTON HOME\ death, of ,J our brother.. ). ". .,
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. FIQ'; ,Bl-BrynJ apen' Monday nicely. J I and Mrs. Birch, all of Ohio. RefreshI Rod3 and Mrs. Buchman.Mrs. :BURNS IN '' '
BRAD.r.rnOWN
in Kissimmee, I I which M. J. Wisehart 'Mtt'and MRS..II.,M" PFAN T. 'Ys
fit kt 'r. .1\,\ meats were served after Annie Mrs. Evans i
w' -r- /;!Mrs EI',.E ;;. rbs'retuined to his The Sunday school here recently 1 Oakley entertained the guests with a and daughter who have been spending' Friends here will regretltdlearn"I.. . ." , . . '

7q : ". shingle' mill ,a few" ,daysago. after elected officers for the ensuing year i few stories of her eventful life. some time in St. Cloud leave Mon that Mr. and Mrs. P., Y Johnson( for- RUB-MY-TISIVI. }
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..,;-Ifrtj; .pending the holidays. with bJ.milyo' and renewed interest has been maai-| Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Miner of Watlingford day evening to return to Pittsburg. mer residents of Campbell but ,
l' 'y1 ,.., t ,;' Joel ,Yetes. and fested. The new officers are Super- Vt. and station f' r
i Ernest Parker left intendent Assistant i arrived Friday are Pennsylvania.Mr. whohave been ..living in Bradentown,,. ,Will core ,.oar, Bheurnatisjni st i
"2 E. B. Morrey,
E .,:n. .. fjlast,4rip'1 V.ek'to'gathei"sheep': ''.on War-; Superintendent W. A. Spence, Secre- favorably impressed with St. Cloud.I. and Mrs. II. G. Woodin arrivedon Ha..,' fora ,.ear'1'r more, lost their 'Neuralgia,. ;"Headache: *,].-Cramps;,\ r.
; ranclla N. of Mount O. Thursday from 0.
'- I Skillman Holly, Dayton, to home in' thAt "
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\< ) ,* city recently it having 'and
,; i .. Mrs.Mamti'TI p. was laid to rest a tary Ethel Larsson, Assistant Secretary is one among the late arrivals and spend the remainder of the winter. been completely destroyed by fI....'According Colic, .Sprainv,Bruises, .Cuts, ,, ,A"",
"Yaw Irt and Treasurer Pearl Rigney; till Mrs. D. Bum Old) Sores Stings of Injects :
days ago PIoeaaaht .HiD cerne- will remain late spring. C. Clark, who has been to an account of the ,fire in "
...::1'Ir. r ,tery:Mrs,.Tire- leaves, 'father: husband executive committee, W. A. Spence H. V. Wilson, of Sidney. 0., re- spending some weeks In St. Cloud, the Bradentown,Journal the:, blase Etc.":AntiaepdoAnodyneusedIn-.
1 .M-:; .and ,two :" her and R. J. Keen. Teachers appointedare turned to St. Cloud Thursday to spend leaves Monday evening but will
_ .. ; ;ebildr.tq (mour stop was discovered about,S o'clock In the tern&Uy.and externally. ,,Price 25c;, T;
Bible class the Rev. G. W. '
d ; loss.: *: /' yj : Spahr '' the remaining part of the winter at with friends in Jacksonville and Atlanta J ., '" --\ ".' .. i \i(
..L : Mr:Westley Clkrk'and family were Young People's class Mr. A. A. Um- his home on Illinois avenue. Ga., fro a while before returnIng -

,k: ..in this city.: Sunday berger; boys' class Mrs. R. J. Keen; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bull of Colchester to her home at Muskogee, Mich. e :;
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t4,, : .- '. Mr;,and Mrs.'Charlie.Dunwodle: returned girls' class. Miss Edith Larsson; primary N. Y., who are spending the winter Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Skinner, of ottO to 00.0 to .". 0 .. 0 ".o i'WISE; : ,OtJOO .o ,"'t'

,, + J.4f: ; to theil'.b meln Indiana after Mrs. A. W. Flathers.Mr. at Klssimmee were St. Cloud visitors Kissimmee, spent Friday in St Cloud. ; MAN'' 'r

,t. ; :'( spending a few weeks. with' his sister, Pittman from the Laymen's 1 on Friday last.A 1>1'. Farris, Capt. Farris G. D. carries. 'auflcienh';.FIRE1' INSUR.- !. '..'
..1. 1. : Mrs. Bert GarretU; '_ union of Kissimmee has been holding C. Curtis and wife of Lake City, Bleech E. Schofield Mr. Stewart and if) ANCE to ;-protect '>his property

44 i'' l .J'IS: LV Mr..,John Rowland: ,'of Winter services hero on the Sundays on which la., are visiting at the home of his I Dr. Pope were business callers at Kis- while he le living and ample ,LIFE, ''

e ,THeri.'..,.. in 'this city, Sunday. G.r-I our regular pastor the Rev. G. W. brother H. G. Curtis of this place. simmee on Friday. I II / INSURANCE to-protect his fam... ,

);;. : iMrs...J.; E. Klrkpatrlck spent Sat- Spahr is absent, filling his appoint- I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis will remain in I II. D. Patterson, of Papillion Neb., r the event of his death. 'He. r'. ',

..:. ....a.r.'.ct lY> l: 'iifr urdar"lit,, Kissimmee.! ment at Gotha. St Cloud till June 1. I is visiting,; at the home of his mother<<: I 'ilr.In Insures'nls/earning'capacity. s
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i Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hendrix, New Mrs. Frank Caldwell on Michigan + I
"ci ";" ? ** 'H'OUo.t'f. Saturday night a mock court trial I I p 11 by liking eat .n 'ACCIDENT'andHEALTH ..
i ti.t. ; 1:Sea : 0I, Was held in the school house, at whichone York avenue, entertained a few avrnue.T. POLICY. Ba on the
+ "W"Ii YXl t ,, CITY. < Cass Charles! was chiirrred with I friends Friday night; at .an informal E. Wilson a"d E. F. Hous.-holder i safe side. .: -- art'

-, .... 11' '? I TIyJRMAN .At' ..- maliciously and feloniously brenkinp\ i musical. Mr. Emmet wai among those of Sanford, Fla., paid their; firstvist We write all lines of INSURANCE '

_Tesr4. .* ?,l' 'B.'H-Lj-LV/AlcVJB.A into robbing* and otlicrwiso injuringthe !I present and gave several beautiful se- ; on Saturday to the Wonder City I that Insures and endures; ''t',

)"'._ : house of one Jumbo Jones.' Tin- I lections on the violin; he is a limslvd)
i It' i.U i i' .M11e.Clatirla 'tanintwno has been officers of the court WCPP' > jud R'c, E"(>- musician, having been a member of I (;"nrp'eV.. ]>ourns! and wife from panics in this agency. "' a,

.," T-..J'tJ: ..Sanendiar the throe weeks with npr.fr Joshua Doolittle; clerk of the Thomas' orchestra for several y''ars. 1 Vnr\vilk: Wis., arrived in St. flo'icl<1 a 'A __ D. G. WAGNER: j

t"j..,>, 'fy$: ; 'J Mr."and}iMrs. W.v.A. Skinner, ]left Frl- court Orange/ Grove, (>1"1.| : sli M-i'T! ; I After enjoying some very good num- few dais: ago and are much pleased J7z, Second Floor Citizens Bank;BldglKissimntee :-

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Iraqi p d ere have resumed work prosecuting" nttornry. (iilctirist: I'-uk, I and 1 several vocal) numbers the ('''111- \ Jones nod! wife are r "im1i"rrd \ t.Jo t.
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and will
at. Ih. late arrivals
a the)4rewater grove. esq.' ; attorney for the dcfons", Col.! p.iiiy adjourned to the dininprronm; among:
'; II..:. r.1V,\C:; ,,Sel iha has ort-red two R""d icons. WiLness( jrn\i. v< I A :bare the hostess served n bnffi't likely remain. W
1... Ij"ncro jafiaha ,plants which ho ex- 1iicling but the jniy'iycontestimony after 1 IUI1.'h( OI1. All pronounced it aver} I Dr.,: IJ'ch, of Salem 111., arrived on : :

t' .1 r pectt. ,to>tout;: on his place. ': carcfuly weighing tint was i"vable( : ; .'\(.ninJC. Wednesday
"' ./ 'tMr.',a"t W! MU. W. C. Reimibn!'; Mr. weed fnniii, I tlif di'fpndint ,,",; I1n'l T'ic' !LaTlii'H', Improvement club held' dctof, the winter. ,' CLARE i

. o! r and /"Mrs. .A. Skinner, Mr and Mrs. the manner and form inII""I, cri.< their; annual reception Tuesday! even | (;...ol'l'eV.. Donplas/ and wife, from .

v i W. I r\ierkaii4.ohi'dren' and Mr. ]Mcyjprn The tr'nl ,proper woe prr' '-iU-cl l Ii v a jig January 2fi.< in G. A. K. I.ill.) i]1 "Vorwnlk Wis., arrived in St. 1".1 a c,

,- Rnd Mr;Ai.TU Sensiba were BiffhtFitfern short program; consisting of n ('III,.",. I :.Vijsu1; was furnished by the St. Cloud few ,d.'ys apro mid are much, ple.is'od\

I.J'. ; :. .t near IXivghmiin, Sundny I solo "liv ((1;i. W. Spahr; reading l hv MISS" oichi tra I 01'( fling ,aidre.s! by ;M.tyorSinith ; with our city.Comrade . I Real Estate Brok'eivv',:
{ /; Mr. and 'Mrs.' Skinner Mrs. Dakin Ethel Larson, and tt solo by ;Mr.[ K.; B. : afterhich the orchesti i a t!'i' l' I J'ines ', and wife are nUll! ;
J' : ,'t t thMr. Crlner were in 6rlnndo Mon- Moi A solo and chorus -lo. pd ,.Mimthur, selection. Intcrchtinn I i ; talk bored among the late arrivals and will ''
vy. < Vacant 7 '
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da" Y:, (lie evi'ninp'fprogram.. were ((!even by 'leurs. Bhinnaf 1 Meyers, Arree 1 and after another selection! I by Dr.' Rich of Sulom 111., arrived on :

'";)'t-;' h.(''rSensJba: and Mrs. Sensiba were in Kis- Tuesday. cveninK1, II number of hisfriends she i orchestra. } nil found their. way to Wednesday and will i-jicnd\ the remainder Groves Truck Farms Timber and Prairie lands '1 Y
gathered at the Oak Ht-ach 1 1I ; ,
..:slmme Monday on business. Jiningroom, where dainty refrenin.erth ) of th" winter. ']I ,
",,1Nr.. Lanler farm -as a surprise to the owner, Mr Holland and wife arrived last,
I, '' Charles and daughters were' served and a food; social f'apt. KISSIMMEC fLORIDA. Yi\
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1 o-A.pprd...Syndaq with. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Payne who on that day celebrated time was had by all present I week from SantiaKO Cal.: and will, |!

n Ilsnec ;?nler: Ills seventy-third birthday. Th"evening Lieutenant Enlriken and Lynn remain. '
a.
i'd 1<0 Mr..-Aoree wall '(calling on friends on wall spent in a social manner J Daiifherty were Kissimmee vistors on I Jerome Currier arrived on Thursday !i Office Phone. 66 : Residence Phonc68| :

I Michigan avenueSunday. interspersed! with music. instrumental from !Mobile Ala.] and will remain -
y; solos were given: by Mms Jessie Tuesday.On for the winter. I Correspondence solicited ''Xar-tr .
t ,Mr.--and Mrs W. A. Skinner, Mr. I Monday (>vC'ningthe neighborsand :
AndjMr.."'W. C. Sensiba, and Mrs.' Dayak Morrev. vooal rrlot( by H. W.Snahr 1 fri'nds of I. N. Albert son gathered The Schubert club, assisted bv local I ,, '1' ;. .
\kin ware in St. Cloud last Friday. and Mr. E. B. Morrev duets by at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. P. V. talent will (give the "Queen Ksth-': j I (
a' Parties from .New York have Messrs. Morrey and Spahr andchorups er" cantata, in costume at the G. A. ; =
moved Purdy to help celebrate Mr. Albl'rt.hon's I I------- **' ;,1
by the company. At a late R. Hall on February 1 and 2. ,[, ,
tnto.the
Edgowater
cottage.
_ r ';Ar party .of northern, prospectors hour the friends departed voting the wr"R'birthday.spent A and very after pleasant dainty evening refreshments -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidson of I' C. A. CARSON, President: 'N. C. BRYAN;' Sier tart'., ? :

.\ /! .were in Thurman City. Saturday. evening a delightful one and wishing were served the guests Uooton.: 1\.. J.. arrived on Wednesdayand [ .. "" '
rJ Mr. Payne many happy returns of the will spend the winter in our Wonder :
'f" J y( 4 ;Mr. W; C. Sensiba has erected a departed to their homes, wishing Mr.
/ day. Those present were: Mr. and
i flew .garage.. of the City.
I returns
v ; Albertson happy
cw '( Mrs. Mrs. Hall of Kis- many is Carson
\ ".It would b<| a-,great benefit' to the Cyrus Payne. day. Among; those present were Mr. Mrs. L. Urbane May, of Tampa, The Waters .
simmee Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
; '' ; Morrey few days with her parents -
spending
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; 'people :of Thurman City and vicinity I and Mrs. A. B. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. I . .
Miss Jessie \ Misses Edith and .
'sVt Morrey, and Mrs. Hackett. .
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::1' t. ..fixed, '.. 'it "discourages, northerners erty, Mrs. Irene Cass, Mrs. Phipps Rev. Northrup : >
i '. Mr. and Mrs T. H. Keen and family evening from Tarpon Springs,
Monday '
a Jfrom buying here.r;_ \ jt Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen and family and Ed Albertson. the :
Association.President where they have been attending I' Grocery Copfl[ r t'
.r.Jt. !.t .,. .t o.o. Mrl.: nd_Mrs. T. L. Harney and fam- I Veterans' St. Johns River conference. Rev.
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ily, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Flathers, Mrs.J. W F. Kenney called the Northrop has been appointed to serve .. . : 11" I
:>' ,,JSniNGLE,CREEK; IrTEhiB4e C. Sheldon Miss Mildred Sheldon.B. Veterans' association to order promptly this charm another year for whichwe JI \' "" '+ MeAjj '\" ,

% .- T. Keen; Mrs. O. B. Elliott Mrs. I at 2 p. m., Saturday January 23,, are all glad. _," ,... ,' ; ,. .. '

,............ ..*........0..00.0.. .. ,., ....' Alice Ramey. ,. Arthur Ramey; J.- T. 1915 Song, America; Invocation I by c ..... j Ji :, fQROCERIEs14 >.:1,;N .' .",.
Miss "Dlmick E. Cor- Scriber. The minutes of Jan- APFMCATIOH' FOR y
; Marie 1 Captain NOTICE' ) OF .f"II'I'
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"The school children' are;; anxious .frin, J, A., Harriman and G. W. Spahr.. nary 18 were reid[ and approved.. Mrs. PARDOH; :'; "j.: i .
ooktnglforwardat their picnic' FnV . .. '. .Wholesale and Retail 1 Dealers !-Ift'
;> Marskie made a report on seating the ; J ." .. : ;.". ... !t'.b: .
day. whlchwill.be;, :'the.closing 'oft, '*qST 'CLOUD hall;' a'. collection/ taken up for this Take notice that t will on tbe.flr'at : ,
I acbooL : : : Thursday of February. HIS. or M soon > : '
M'4 - fund netted the sum of $12.18. S. J. : :;
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be heard apply fora ; I
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z 1 : Farmers>'e,busy plowing and.fertlllilpg :+",f'. Scriber stated how Washington Gardner thereafter pardon for a.Charlxa may Andrew who was i ';\.!/.'w.

wet thelr-'grores.: VMra.' H. E. Wright, of Sidney, 0., would be pleased to give a lectureon convicted of murder at the fall term I.;N ",
M ; :' -G. B.Woodall and family were verypleasantly Ui'vjsitlng at the home of her uncle "Chicamauga" to help this worthy of the Oacepla circuit court heard In 1'OS. ., ." '-, \;' ..''\\.flit'' ,( ,l 4' ,
then be on '
dealrlngmay ,
,' JT'if ,; .entertained last Fridayevening and> aunt, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Lenox. cause, the whole of the funds to go anyone the merit of the application. '

t ,Vlall at in the honor born of of their Mr.daughter and Mrs. shell delighted with our climate. to the chair fund, which is short about WILLIAM C. HODGES. : . ... ..T'WESELLi 4: .. . :'. . :! .._,,. ., :! :
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KirP ;Clyd r wards and wife left Tuesday $300. This\ kindly proffer of aid was (-ll Attorney for Petitioner. 1 . '
,Sra. M. C1'otter of Cromwell. Mina ,'to spend a few days with Mr. accepted and the lecture was an- : .. .; ,t '>:*, .... "' 1\01.\ 5>V<' WKBOTl-'' ,'' *!-/ '.
fj I..P. Tison! made a business trip. to :. O* --V., *, 'iT-f
Edward's parents at Williston Fla. nounced for Wednesday, January 27, BAY. ?* v --,'; ; :.
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,f. Orlando1 Saturday. ,Newton Edwards returned on Tuesday at 2p.m. MAKES RHEUMATISM '. .' .-HIDES- t ... 37 ' "...fc- '
_ \: .. ,- -'MrsiI..P.ti J:' ; after spending a few days with The Ladies' Improvement club announced I. ; "' It( Vt
"I: Dennis',were \n> Kissimmee Saturday, I'UBS : .,
t tf; tn.ndl,1ft their annual reception ,
:,\\&j. ,'1-! o\J.r:: ; and. w ...'.the, guests' of Mra. W. R. _Mr, and Mrs.Tampa.L. V. Frost, who have day evening in G. A. R. hall. Tue'-I I PROMPTLY DISAPPEAR I. ..FERTILIZERS ..' "' "" .: ."'4gtf JJ,.+ '
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"i 1 i:>o.. !. .' been spending two weeks with their announced that Charles Turner 4 OOIl;: "; f //I'f :; t,
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for their home in New York the hall Saturday at 7 m. .
...,.j. ,,,"' terMre. 'p. BuU.r. G city. p. Relief After Few Dates of New I., ORANGE BOZE$.. ...< ', AND yti I'! .ey ,.' .,ti": r
. Geot'A.' L JohnlR:' Gray and wife and D. C. Sunday at 2:30 p. m. D. W. Bell , ... ... .
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Kerr Newton. arrived last A cavalry, .
at the Baptist of Ind. company Ringgold Remedy are Taken. 1 ..nu .i' : ,. .; J
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worshipped ORANGE '
?. w.k w\".'.....+''t' .;Woodall church, Kissimmee Sunday. Friday to spend the rest of the win- wife Just arriving from Indianapolis, I I&W''' ''O.' ,; ..;:-..:..r<::4 ? :'!'i':.' ...t
_ Th.oW' here and will treatment had been better I
ii... I ,\ Miss Jennie :Robb was motored over ter. property said their It is needless to suffer any VEGETABLE!: czA.ix&if,; . : i// COTJNTBT. ;. ?? ',3"'o'
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'id,'!'Kisslmmfce ;Sunday 'through' the probably improve' it next winter. than they expected with,rheumatism and be ali-cri pled .,., \. .' ( .' ,..' : .' .' ,'a-< A .

tr; r 'Zr I courtesy'of Mr,*and Mrs. W.; L. Mose- Mrs. N, M. Puffer and Miss Mar- having a grand time. They are stopping New- up,' and bent out of shape with'!,its CRATEr, W f' ;> ,. ..j .: 't :1PBODUCE. '...
r garet Lowrie, of'Bennington, Vt. ar- at his brother-in-law's, on i' .. { '
fey and atteaded.servioes at the Freafrbyterian'church A. heart-wretching pains when yon rein f, ra: : . .. :.. ,:'" ,4ek: ,9 :. I

,, 'Ii" ;.Ji.' . ," . of Mr.- '. .and' Mrs.' the rived winter.Saturday: Mrs.for Puffer the remainder il past department of- York G. Hull avenue of company and Eighth H, 12th street W. Va., surely avoid It.Rheumatism ? weak'tfivJ'JW\ 1'"'!a. ...'i . . ...e.i .. : .,....' .. .. .. ,.,.. .t4Ws ., '

'.;. ;'fI ..*;..'A 13 Fart"of consisting Kissimmee. and'Mr. andIr.17J president, of the '<"Woman's' infantry just came in and was pleased active kidneys that comes fail from to filter i:
""i" "? '" Ii, 'WodaU .and little son Relief corps'.lnx:Vermont. to be with us. He served in the the blood, the poisonous waste ainat. > "i'w.'n' apedal .U1nU..te, au.nt.Jlt'h.; .."aesl'Fataplag':parHe.r.i;, ', '
; Mr. Aid Mr. Samuel Russell Mr. of the Potomac, but says he has I 'j rFre No.1t .. "
} army delivery Ia city Pbon a ; .
of Lakeland, motored'out here ter and uric acid and it is u.e.e1aa.te( '
}.$ Pauli.Sunday afternoon, and spent a few and .Mrs.: C. W."Upham, of Bellemont seen enough of war and is for universal rub on liniments; or Uke"-X: >rdlnary 4 '1-1' Ww..... toasty sg nts,fore,.ood' erttllxer., .) 'Ask''ti: :fort',dpsl W. ;,lad. I.: "rprice ....)
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0. In : spendsome C. W. Sebold I .
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a. ?.hours.very .pleasantly with .friends. CIme Thurlda'audwill peace. companyB remedies to relieve the pain,,WThis/ on' .rtUae.! a : y. ; .!,..
time in oar/ Wonder City. 46th Illinois Mrs. J. H. Stariffer, and . t
: V ,Mr.C. Vail has returned to Nebras- Funk i only prolongs the misery ; Jcan't t 'J' '
\ Comrade Hedgesof :
Mr. and Mrsv.W.Jv'Porter E. and
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3'1 ( Monticello, IlL vy1: !arrived:Y'Wednesdayand the Second ,New York cavalry Introduced you. : ... ; : ;'"' :. '
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. his homer here looking ?
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Ws i :orange.grove,>"AV . are the guests of..ld"- ;.nd Mrs. themselves in a few word is The to only way the cause.to cure The) dis : .. "i r :" ': :: .. 'io'.. I It
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"" '. : E.' J, Viall motored Fennimore on Ohio'avenue.i. <; Little Miss Vera Hummell here ; : ,: '
ft . .;over Mr.and.Mrs and the !in Kissimmee 1 Mr C. F. JohnllOD..nd..M B. 'E. : "Ragged Little Jack" very nicely.. neutralizes does this because. t ; ? ; g/
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*,- J \ Evens?, of Kissimmee,''r '5,'.!.,
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,'jllray8adie'tCinon; ,'of Klsslmmea/Vtb ,I.. visitors on Tu. IIdlV.---I! : ;i' "f. >jlf*' ,I hoar, gave violin the Mr.following Reed piano pro-, lodge sonous in substances the joints and and'uriC" tb.'P.01"1: :. f'o ,, c ,. .: "t'. "' ., . ..", ".
Mr. Irvine P."Smithy Shlnman.; Solo. ; .r
lAx pent t a :few :' da'llthll week';; at\(theOaks. '' ,ot "rram"' scratch and Irritate and 1I..wc, ., .. ,. ,,"',.,l
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,: Miss Jennie RobU.vv; .'':.i I .if' ..'another in. to applause.Mrs the stopped-up, inactive.kldneye, '; ";..ti"' ''' ; "'1)1.J: : .(.'. o' ti, ?Z, ..:Lr. ,ty.: iqu'ickly'ucitieg .
Mrs. Little Elliottxytarta.fat Her rad e. answer y '
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home in Ohio Thursdar Vfsjnlws.' She .Anna"Ausbaugh recited '-, ." / : .
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e : the blood on enei w.
; .A rdin. will stAt over for a few-day. in Nashville whlc:1p),'.... si humorous 'account of.the. ',, II '!. O ; : : \, .r: ". .,. ';I'.., ...
a ftur-.thwrhomeliu ?,\\ the system. . iffi r"a 7- of::: ; "" ''''- , \
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Tenn., visiting' friends" ,< trial a'woman l :
'.te"i,5+ Littli Voneell/Al1D&ft had the mis .". Mr. and M;.... William, Hall. 4nter' ,r who ,-was ..eternally-. joining some order Croxone is the most wonderful i ., tl eAt1yli. +UOaeAPMtt' C81 }' dOgB )1Q 11' \ i ,; &Jr'. '.'
r. 7tqr an.Sof.running an orange thorns : Wad the S. W. Euchre .this was good and well rendered. medicine ever made for curing'chronic '< r emoothfy !' ': mlicbi 1 / '1 :
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yJ '' Progressive- ; i ; o>j. bras": ,Inakep,too 1sej :
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.. (!!through"her'-foot;, was .-ii,K oh Monday night'. Tie hops was Maslc ,ydolln-Me and piano, by Jno. rheumatism kidney ; r.t
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,.Ioi ... .p.lnful.but. are glad to say she is, bladder dllloden. You will*find (/t: SJ1TIS bRING'' :. t.; .
.' filled with guests Ten pme. '...re1Jlayed' fADdrl: Bchofleld\ and Edith Horrod TIME' ,TO n. TO"US. ." ast .
teM; 1 able'to be at school and we different from all other remedies.1 :. ( !i \ ,1. '/ )
I bope.th,1, and thetimes In answer tomuch applause theyplayed "
everyoneeninyed
worst.it over, ,' i :AS. well as.the, soclal.\,:.Dell I "My Old ',Kentucky Home." There is nothing else on earth like"1C I "-':> vai p t it1 to-J&t';. A: ;dollar"ortwo n : : 3jzar ."

I ,. ;JoIn.o.A."Brtnle! : ; m, Mrs. Sadie: ious reYreshmMtts were"" serf ed'.after I'Vrs. W. 1.., Pierce la ay-whistling: act It matters not how old you are'Ittlt<<11'1 ,!oday'tnay save you':lenjttimtiTWrtmnd. ifiai4w"! '" i

'Carson and Mlis, Jennie Robb called at I Which- Mr:, Hall gave a very Interest caught the fancy of the audience.Mr.. how long you have suffered, ; ; : _' :! ; ;
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t ,.. the P.r.k;Tueeday,afternoon. After! !n.tallron! '"'his ,collectloa,of,'ieurlos.Mr I E ...L Depew, n'bl.-famous laughing practically impossible to take, 1'8aulYou it-Into". ''llfii'iniiNbi8PUT.: nijite'FAcrrr": ; ; / r 'Jr: i>1r

,, K1, 1'lIIpendInCl.om. ...time\very'. 'pleasantly! .'':'Jo lIen" jSmHh won the.iladies'. .song /which took well '.with' the the human"find system relief from without the $rst'faw' ' &;-: fWl.J . >,;' : '1".>.v. *<: : /:' "1..1'f

, laVconversatJon the party retired"tothe i aria! and Comrade Emory's score err Crowd, as ''evidenced by'the ovation will' how ,\ < ., ,,''ti ; ,. :J':'' ,,i.'LI' \ '-; I<''f' .r..,. ...;,..
.. dining roomwhere,delicious; lag tWMgtekt" h4 gjiyett he ?t.-o .' ;He>gmv- i, potber:,lIumber-. dose and you will be surprised .e ..,. .' .'i, ". ,r.. ." .It" "'!':! ,! .' 1r .'
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: guests .. 'Mr jour <<
; 'freabaieats ware ser ecL The for Uemenw.x:,1', "j;'';' ",kFtrl't """ ). Music: viplini.'celto,, sind.piano. ,. "" \ ""' .. "", ": ,. , . ,. '. )..\ ,if. I',"",11-. ++ : '
:: e i\ rpeat'a, ,.moai':. lellffhtfi4'H. jj 'FarrtsJeft.Mohdavf '; fp '!,,PJ. Jones; Mr."Dodge' ,&t1 Edith Harrod. will end;:,, ? ,', Croxone/ 11 ,... ""Ii.:. ..-" ..1;! ", ., j.., '';': .
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.. ''i' j p..'all", .m.d."to m.e : ter/mendt .! a!ew.weeks Th*chair,'announced thZlromer Si*. {(' 'Ant,original packageof', : 'if,.LUPffR,4." N ,. ''It.: Tt'e# : ,

,;'" a -.t'Fif4ar; tllghq to vl to.In 1obd.wn ." : ,ter's..would] giTW a .reeitaUi the ball costs but a;.trifle at' any first-class, .1 I .' r. .. .
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