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 16, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00942
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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1 American Legion, of' Kisaimmee, <*>'farm f'afieadkar. potato grow.. tI""" ; 'I.t'.1.
: &..rriAom of ElerrThe which now number fifty three mem- Joseph D. Jeffords,' cashier 6f the Recently there''has been '1HIU.actiln .$ (*"...;"tf1i..tcl'I iq: ..toory by'SheriffL. ,*. ....d1."If"'f .

'; ....hiP) r;.. bert..wULnoon tart aw aaipalgato. state Bank 'of Kissimmearttied" er s!property torl *- H.ilrrgfaMi.T, MHdlng '* .*..r* h- 1e., .. .T1tl'1t' Iasrpr eema+sdivMr: y AW: r" "
\\Ii'' . increase d membership "here being I 'morning about 6:22'o'c : ", d y1 I real ea> 11'' Ut rn*! 'Mlnin rrUitel. ,the redneof I'.>..i 1 riasde e _+ib+gylls+ S ..alojey>> i-liiitorer Conipacontractors. akoJTtwo hotutred others eligible,!* ; recldanc/216 r orttr: 0 ( ih Te In ie la Kle- *- 'the 'death':ef' fcls'-wif*.''Ully ** ii...........,8. G..Stanf.rdey.d. ,the"Liasimme
; ." :Which' i f*.' building the --join,.who Jive in KJeslmmee. St. Cloud aftef an Ulna* of tpbou Ji a rf"e of .1'MoNuk'j'rlyt>yars7..lcbtd"'hO.b JisasdofnT sdaeanesnc. y
.:lukhead) >along >l 'Wednes i morning began pourinir I "The--difficulty has been to i betes.. - : -,! that Southern 'Colonlza cum'atanees jNaaadaypf htgntltkr4 1t'4 FridayinlgbJn thtueltoor ksiLvsandamong.'thk1aaUers
'concrete for the-.dve'hundred feet.-of i communication with these veteran of; ,4ir.;Jeftords, although in failing,; Lion Company of DuvM, eountt Th" < 1.altfied;of'4 te"b.iaadatdeted'ft
'sheet 'piling. i the world's war at they.are so widely I health, continued his duties at the WhICh.Jdto: to the Southern Cattl .'h.*Vy; Id.,)-if* .**;:* st lpnposiUanlrime.':aonesmobsBradentowwltKll.QatesGbrnak
,. 'Mr.-Lupfer stated the firm ha!scatteied but a plan I Is, now about bank;; until last Saturday afternoon I Ranch.Inc.. for 1,000 and other >fmsbahd.rte betrwhat1e"aaWz'bolthedg : : t factory
+ 'contracted: for twelve men toy start arranged to reacthem..Tbelm.mbersblpfe.isbut,.a" when ,her bent!tcr his ho-nj and went,[considerations,.the't.*tn half ''of se*. .: ttlwast' +'ruinin'ind. *. totKUimmeeu.A
d., ;; :setting the concrete: in place.on the ... : $Z.per I to.bed'*and continued toWjr wrwoTs ttwmtf.1t.!I tewnshipr82! range 82. 'andaatetlierVaale 4"-..bott'.tI..aft..rc1: >eh* died;,4 1* It..1ookiq levers' the...situation
lake front beginning February: ;' :yearjand.the, ..ergaeisar untit eeatb. ensuedJT: e>V tr *,a.* .:: fen 1b4 same consideration. : *r 'A oron.Ju".th. D. ,G 4 wita' .a view ta/-wcnring. "?..-!.i&e. for
I I' 'next., Part of the timber for ther tion desire all those, who are not yet I The best medical skill was of ',n J 5 5aval ,. :'all of'tio120 1 east i of the *'Waer, as"' 'f'r'man.Y Tnesdayheld -. the isxiustry. -: ,;.. ... i.r,IIK: If.--
dredge has been received he .said; in the' fold to write them in retard i ). Dr.: H. S. Geiger, his attending river and all of section 21,township ' Hnqaest -1 and In 'the* It ha*, "rtepUed'tothe
and it is hoped to have the balance: fp' en.of the poet physician: ; called '..,..,,Z>rf.r8tUe? SZ Aostth. range .82. aait,'.eontalninj 4'eourili'' ;oft-theII""offteU.1 Jtn.-Att- ee.ernaniatkta I LMat.I'CoLJ, W.J.Barden'eorpa .'
'1"1 A: of the shipment by the latter, part : !; \. k....); "k' 3 I of Tampa.laud MeEwefc s/fJoHando.: 92dg2.'acres more.'nr lees.. > 0" gatlon* it 'wome'bf"thewhite ..01111_........'..' 'rwtthtteadquarters
.. 'of this week.. As soon as all lumber; 0 commander; .C. ] but they pronounced his' case >hope.Mar7eftoids Miss Emma Hesslerha. :sold 4 powder from' the package coti1* ,vat r (Jacksonville,;to.,....
is received the contractors will'pro: A. Bailey, of St. Cloud, rice lesa.. ", '" :Mrs. Melinda Wlllson' for-41 900 lot. 4't.ln'n&"the J medicine '. the' effect that/hej ... secured a>plac,44
"ilf.:. ceed with the erection of the dredge., er; M. .A. Farmer &conunand.1 leaves widaw, .who a ...d.tln. block"B" of.1wJ."M.+ . woman .'by' -her' '-husband and'* neetins 'heret for. >Ce4. Barden..,wb s;
Some of the machinery for the, Bearden, treasurer; J., Schmidt historian. was formerly Miss ..Hami Woodall, Babbette addition to .'the town>of 4 tried ahem'on. the MeNulty will .....(itotiass! .lmme.,:andi.hear: ,
dredge has been held up In transit, and'Will Westervelti chaplain. of Kissimmee, two. young on.,;,Jos"- Kiasimmeev "" V L 4 house ;'cat..' -,- *--i j ' .. thoseinterested, ', the.. '''l jed of
? but it is ,thought it will be on hand I The executive committee,. it composed epd and Robert; about 8 and 4.-years < \Otbel" sale* ' follow: 'John In"'a< short'time, ;the'. 'feline.* the) improvement theKiasfasiBtee
by: the time the dredge I II completed. of Dr. Hugh Gel,"", .chairman, old respectively. He also leaves three UjPucket I of Howard county, Ind humped 'her back; spit, and hair Rival'.by: the government., ',He;will
I j. When down to actual work there Marion Carson J. W. Siin psoa'John sisters, Mrs. A.> S.'Gilbert of Kissim iana. to'Ann" Nichols, lots 7 and-q 0 eornlnl"-naffted-on'h.'btek'alld. else. submit. to Col Barden ,all data '
1 will be a sufficient force employed Wilder, and Harry. Williams 'of St. mee.Mrs.Will Smith of Palatkaand block 48'in St: Cloud. ; .,with a'screeching 'yowl of. .pain, required, whkh'ha. been) 'compiled ;'
III" to construct the bulkhead In contract Cloud. > Mrs. T. W" 'Mips of Georgia, and two {. J. Whitebeck to WilheJm Walker,4Sr. .she'toppled over. dead.: .' '4 by-vC., AJ Carson; h.innan".f"the< {'r* a
i! time. The workers will be under the:' Communication. addressed of the :local O
supervision of several competent of three officials will bring, a, quick Denhana Jeffords of Palatka. '! St.I: Cloud; "'- /fJ"t; 4' amined by medical experts* who board of -trade. i/
;e ..lectrical engineer I ". L .' The funeral will be held tomorrow' Phillip1 Phillips 'of Orange county declared. them to be strychnine.7 Just; before the' world 'war .**nrress '>1 k
There will be two concrete docket, ret an Informal meeting' ,betel morning the Knights-of Pythias of: to John, B. Cancelme of Philahetphia The inquisitorial .>body rendered -: O appropriated< sum. .of'uinone' ,
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one for commercial purposes and the Thursday night by the Le&1QD'ar.: which he _a. leading member, one half interest in certatirtracts"of .-verdlctxthat-tha-woma -* tar-, tMm ,wnrlivLl*-,
v/<'others a recreation pjer. Th. former, loin matters of business were\con having,charge of the services; Therensam.adbe land in Osceola county; described as 4 came to her' death from'a dose O vented the project.' The "army ..engineers' --
11., iwil) be 50x80 feet and the latter wUl ; sidered wneVamonaVthem $he'.method conveyed, tothe: Government lots 2, .3 and 4. section 4 of strychnine. 'administered,. by \' are now.making ,.a preliminary -
extend out 160 feet with the addition bv ,which to increase 'themember' Firat 'Baptlat church at 10 o'clock in 11 j township 25 south range. 80 4''husband but whether' the' V act O aurvey' of the Kissimmee. Riven I
of an "L." *hip. Each one present was request the morning and the funeral services ea premediated or accidental mine V' 1t iat i the intention of the ''board
r' Five hundred feet between and on ed to eee as many eligible as possible there will be conducted by the I t.Consolidated Land Company to +Jury was unableto determine.MeNulty ..- of trade ito request a> much' larger
., ,.eIther side of these dock the material and hare them file their applications pastori Rev. O. B. Falls. Dr -Miller and Company lands in WhO' '1 U Mid to 'be amount than the original-sum named __
,v used will be of re-enforced for membership. Th pall bares will be Messrs" I, township 25 (south rang 28 east in 4 about 47.years old7is held with*'* as It I. proposed put In system- '
concrete and concrete sheet piling. Ther* was about a..dozen visitors F C. Bryan, Marion Farmer A;'tE. th.icounty: of Oscecla. > C' out hall until therjiearing.1- '* of locks sufficient i to -secure a depthof
When the bulkhead 4s completed from St. Cloud at, the meeting''last Bearden J., E. Lupfer Roma Thomas : Charles 'M. Rawlins to John P 4 will be represented. by Johnston', 4 five. or- six: feet 1 the,:-v,".>-i' >.o'" 'i .. r
nearly one hundred acres of land will night and all were enthusiastic inpu.hine' and J. 8. Cadel. Interment will Haner lot 64, Motion 11, townshlii2RJ 4 and' Garrett. f- which will make a; waterway fbr
-eclaltted. by filling in. which will the membership campaign.It be In Rosehill cemetery. south of rang 30 east, accordIng 4 The father of the':young wife,'* commerce for- 'air' ,pnrpos.her.*
r snake a fine residential. section fronting was decided to hold a-meeting at Mr..3.lford. was in the 85th year to the Seminole Land and In 4 Cornelius Peneous states he 4 without,cessation.Heretofore at.cer ,; '
+ on the lake. St. Cloud Thursday, January 29th. of his age and came to Kissimmee vestment Company's nub-division. will'take an active part In'the + taro season*.th..ter.t. time*'fell
.. about ago residing A. J. Barber of St. Cloud to J. W.' prosecution McNulty. The 4 to at'depth that: prevented navigation. -
MRS. DROUGHT TO CONTINUE with his brother-in-law and sister Johnson of St. Cloud lot 80,. section ., latter claims he has taken ''pillsfrom .- :'Under.the new plan : acc *s''
INSURANCE BUSINES STATE' ASSOCIATION Mr. '.nd-'Mra. ,A. S. Gilbert. When 14,: township 2ft, range 30 east; according *- the same box'without any will .be" bad to theGulf of Mexico-. '}
Man' the 0 "lnJurfoa.'effect.d*\'"-'* withFortMyers n-th .
reaching estate he entered to the Seminole Land and as-the'autlet '* r
insurancebusiness in Kissimmeeand Investment Company's sub-division. 4.e ..eo.4 .00 .0*.0 ... 4 > gulf and; Palm Fore

Mrs.she A.will. E.continue. Drought the announcesthat insuranceand CATTLE RAISERS: later became associated with the 1 I C. N."earnes of Panama City to ... Lauderdale. on the 'Atlantic Ocean... r

taxpaying agencies of her late State Bank of Kissimmee beginning John' P. Saner lots S, 4, 6, 6, 18. ,PYTHIAN >f
husband taking over the active a* a collector and being promoted to 16, 17.and 18, block 842 in St. Cloud. POLITICAL I. .CAMPAIGNIS : 'J SISTERS INSTALL
management of the business herself. r- A$ |MBLE AT TAMPAThe higher place in that institution and ; Also lots 40, 15, 18. 82; 96 and 98 ; !<' 'OFFICERS.

She will continue to occupy a portion about a year ago was made in section 12, township 26 south. '
of the office',of H. M'*. BreakerA casher. Besides being a Knight of' range 30 east and lots 42, of section NOW'WARMINGUP} _.'lAt a weir.. attended meeting oft(trie
executive committee) of the Pythias Mr. Jeffords also :
A In'Kissimmeeand will have was an 32, i range 81 east. "
PYthian SI.ten held at the Fraternity
Cattle Raiser Association of Florida Odd .Fellow and members of his Gamer
the office in St. Cloud, where W. N. of Waa lnaton. D,
". : she -same will be assisted by Miss Ella at Us recent meeting in Orlando lodge will join with the Pythians in C. to Edgar C. Bass lots ;23 and 24 Advices ;from Tallahassee} 0 'are .to ,hallthe, following well 'known t _
members were -installed to, important .,
McAlister. decided |to hold its annual session at the services. block! 72 In St. Cloud. the effect that politics Florida*fofthe
officers in the
t Mrs. Drought requests the Gazette Tampa" Tuesday.March 16 The executive Besides his relatives who have ar Walter E. Hill of St. Cloud to nextfive months, will be unusually '< order ,
+ ,'PastChief Dora Smith Most Excellent
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a committee will assemble in -*ved to attend the funeral Rom. active'and while'' just beginning !!
to say that she I* very grateful to Josephine Adams Entpson., lot 10. Elizabeth
Chief; Waring: .Ex-
:the people of Kissimmee and. St. that city theday previous for pre- Thomas of Patterson, Ga., former block 154, in the town of St. Cloud.ONEYLUPFER to warm up will soon reach\I-the cellent Senior Ellen Gilbert Excellent -
,Cloud for the kindnesses liminary work. cashier of the State Bank of Kisslm- ltageof'.white heat. '''i"'T' "
shown and assistance many rendered her Those present at the Orlando nee, also came to attend the funeralof 'I :_ A United States senator,' 'povernor' Junior -Alicet.'Peak. :' ; Manager*. "
$ during the recent illness and deathof fathering were Charles A. Carson, hi. friend and former business asrsociate. COMPANY four .congressmen'and state', a* Effie Woodall; Mistress ,of Finance
Dertha'WIDn Mistress Record.
Mr Draught.KISSIMMEE. Jr., president; Pat Johnston secretary HAS BEEN GRANTED CHARTER 'well a*. e and legislators ; r of '
; 'Seth Woodruff.. W. Dunlap. Throughout: Kissimmee there is a -.:..- will) be chosen at'the primaries and Correspondence. Mae ,Ellis: Pro.
t 1i. T. Lvkes T. B. King, Sam ,Sum- general expression-.of regret at the According to the records of the ofr June 8 next and thecandidate have toctor, .M.tti..{.Porter;',Guard" ,IfancjrGilbert. ,
ATTRACTS merlin l F.: i&* Burt W. F. Ward C. early death of Mr.' Jeffords., who was flee of the secretary of state the announced '.nnd more are to 'do 11ke- .
G. Smith G. Murphy and Dr. W. F; one of the most lovable' of men and Maloney-Lupfer Company of Kis- wise. in the near future. '
+ Blackman. his unifo-rn courtesy in business endeared simmee has just been granted a The -greatest interest centers In STREET IMPROVEMENTMAKES
NUMBER, OF TOURISTS The matter of a permanent secretary him to all and private life charter.. The. capital stock is $10" the race between Uniied'Statea Senator .
was the first ,business considered h. numbered his friends by the hosts. 000 and: amount of In. Duncan U. Fletcher, and Gov.
and Pat Johnson, acting temporarily V' debtedneis' shah not exceed double- Catts with hardly less attention I TRAVEL IDEAL l

Kissimmee has'morer i tourists than was elected to the office. CITY'S MACHINE C.EANS OUT the amount of its capital ,stock. The focussed(on the gubernatorial contest ,,, .
ever before in her'',history all of the Several new members' were taken DITCHES. concern will conduct\ general. con .,between Cary A., Hardee. .Watson ,
hotels well Milled boarding houses Into 'the association and the follow ,. ,tracting business.. ' 6.Yan'C: Swearingen and LincolnHully anal
doing an excellent business and ing committee ,were appointed: The city's big- ditching machinehas Officers'' and directors, are Frank .- The present outlook la' the lake street shore lighting improvements, city now aboutto

.v ,t rentals active. Yet there is stillroom Transportation N. Burt and been put to work cleaning out Maloney, president-; J. E. 'Lupfer, lawyer-banker" former speakerof begin ,In Kissimmee will resultin
{ for more and accommodationscan Frank Ranlerson.LegielativeSeth. the ditches empting into the lake in vice-president S. L. Lupfer. ,secretary the house' ,* Hardee, will\ beth- activity and, the increased amount I
Woodruff R. and treasurer.B. ,Idor. <-i'
be had for others who are attracted ( W.j east Kissimmee.The '
of labor hire here and ,for the nextfour
Dunlap and T; B. King. .Just -what this year's'campaign'
here the unexcelled cli- '
by ditching system carries off and'a half months will' be
mate. Seante visitors are leasing Inspection-Sam Summerlin C. G. the from which M. TEDDER BUYS HOME AT will "develop' in the way of lineupsis there
water would otherwise work for all who desire! it.
Smith and T/ D. Jino. difficult ,
to foretell. There
houses for the winter and intend enJoying Market-R. W. Dunlap H. J. back up on ,the acres of the EMMETT ST. AND CLYDE AYE. candidates are Two firmshave\ ., signed contract,
the cold months before returning many already< ,
finest trucking land in this section. to the to
city thoroughfares ,
Moody G. Murplry C. (Smith and and others will
f to their homes in the north For several ye.ra. heavy losses B. uct certain road the work'to be
Sam ,tummerin) M. Tedder, con r.. 'oii.'the What the, state executive commit.tee county >
east and west. have been sustained b, 'potatd Atlantic Coast '.Line' Railroad whoserun completed in 140 weather working;. "
Finance J. J. Logan W. Blackman will ..-
-- F. offer in the shape of I
Mr. M. Gardner who looks' after cam
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| in
this section
and G. W. Mann. ; but it is thought < is to. Narcoossee; has purchased paign if is days, from the date of the closing.o!
all new arrivals state that it These committees instructed that a thorough cleaning out bthe the ,residence- the r corner, of,.Emmett matte confeeture.anything a the contractDecember 80,;1919. "'
were rof
1 now about the' most active time But it' is' a ,
to'go into the several matter ditcher will remove the.cause of the street and Clyde avenue known certain- They are -Adams, Evans and Compan.1 %
referred the' contest for office will
*in his'career dI1'6ctinl'DeWCOm,1'1I; to to'' them and report back to surplus waters ,.- o! J a. the, Dean property be anything but lukewarm.- of Jacksonville, and ,The'Ala-.
places where they can secure com As ..soon, as I that It is stated Mr. Tedder'' wilt mak bamq Paving' Company Birmingham ,
fortable, quarters, at reasonable rates. the executive committee March 16 at_ taken of the machine ; : Of the" be filled at,. the ; .."w <
Tampa __ care will be put some- improvements and ,additions:to coming election .the :AlL _
\.. And in this respect Kissimmee has to work, at the big > ditch where I itempties' his. home, which U following are 'in The street" to b Drnry'
Mi- The following. committee was appointed I K one. .,of, .the the,list, and those who j have ,so far; $:paved are
''"* piyTampatands placesin to secure accommodations andarrange'for'the Into Lake:;' finest .re' dentLal.sections of th.clty.. announced candidates ? avenue and betweenBroadway - +
the the ,,month". of Shingle Creek; .The.... was made,.through the United* and Mermaid Boulevard;;
meeting at TampaiII. For' States
state where rate are said to be exorbitant : Senate.Senate; -f''
;' and the comforts 'of' home .i F.'Lyke T.: B. King' H. J. and.ylf.traverse its entire length. ,y- Breaker Realty_ _ Company. ", I Iuuuuu Dunc.niU. Fletcher- and Gov. Catts. 18'.faet wide-to connect sup' with the, ?
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A Moody, W, La Motte and.:Thomas First, Congressional St. Cloud-Melbourne roads'andNep':
5 'annot- be, secured. : p ., District H.-J.
0< 'f\\ tune Road 'from Hermai Boulevardto
interest1 Lykes.:( vl r .'"prelent, < ,
.Mr. Gardner relates some Congressman George
They are to-secure information and COL DAN H. Wilder of Plan the'city limits,. 9 feet>wide. ,
1 &In""lId.experiences-for '''the' his capacity He tells'as oi send it to Secretary Johnson within MORGAN SMITH : Gordon'of'Tampa. .City- and! ; Horace ,. ,''Also-from. Clay -street.from' thecity
limit to Bermuda avenue, ;16'feet'.wldeto ''
fifteen : The secretary will then < ;Second .Congressional. ,.District ?
,one xamily coming here from Miami. this ; connect'with'theDixie.Highway .
The husband and father declared to furnish data ;to ,all numbers of Frank Clarkpresent Congressman. *" ,
.the association in advance of the an. ..: Third Congressional *. <* ., -" thf
,,, him thatt h. was drawing monthly District JT.: '
nual.'meeting.:.* H.; it ,The,contracts alig call >for*pavl'ng'on ''
salary of 9200 .and It,wa. costing ;, TALKS >TP.'OVE.8FLQW UDIENCE E jSmlthwlckf Congressman
Bermuda-avenue betweenv CI 7-J.
him three times that much to live in The secretary was instructed to notify andj Benjamin Hancock of j Penaacola. :
Miami. H.-. resigned his.: positionand members of the organisation that It i la iI'IIIIoredth.t there' may. beseveral street andll'enfleldJavenueFM'i I feet !4.wude.landPenfleld.avestul ;"
came to Klsslmmee.r where. ;' he he was delegated a'committee of one .. ":1 ', others to ,enter this, race.
found a'OOa.. at .fair'rentolland" to:secure new' members and mail to Col- ''.Dan (' .Morgan.Smith' ,' .' "'One' of .the-.lIbJeeta'I of they n ]tda., among"'whom ar* Amos E; Lewis, of I 16 Bermuda,feetr wide-avenue. and'Clyde..w.
also employment ''which' ..will keep each member the name of the executive ; of the Battalion, of Death cational and Temperance league; he Marlanna, Walter Kehoe. of. JPensa*i running'in a :- .

bin and the 'members. of. -hla, family. date,:committee' 'and, ''.'all_ members- .to which derived ''its name'because{ ,of added, was' to- 'collect fund{ :: with .Cola and'' several''others 1.%.. ' direetloni When this''V work- i. finished" autw;..s;..
o ,in comfort- .i j thenumber of Germans f killed by: which-to "conducta' campaign' to "Fourth Congressional District W I' ..
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; Ists willhave level stretch of
Mr. Burt/stated that the associa. Ji Sears 'a to -
Another man and r present
Instance'swas a that command during .worldwar, make Cuba Jaraaicsu'and: thee Baha Congressman.-and
wife who could not tlon of which, '... a member in ,, probably Forrestr. (of Sanford/, streets through,the,;city to,alx: conn-T,
e secure quarters Sunday 'nicht Spoke to ,en overflow ma Islahdej dry.. because of..: their; Lake tjr bleb... ... A .
'Orlando. Volusis county.rhad; spjnt about $250 For GovernortVan .;. .
The former came hen audience in the Tint' Baptist church proximity to the United State, thus C.Swearingen. *
looking for'and, Mr. gett1nc'names and addresses of all here ,and made a brilliant talk-which: : preventing intoxicants' being shipped *o" "Attorney; 'General;!. Hon.''Cary PAUL f :J '
Gardner found them for him. Theman cattlemen', In, 'Florida. 'The' association .roll' *his .hearers, to"enthusiasm.CoL so'(easfyinto-the, : ''United '-States. 'A. .Hardee-ojr. Live Oak;;.Hon. Lincoln -"- STANLEY'- PURCHAfi S ;
stated he was going back. to Orlando -.agreed. to 'purchase hia-lilt.tor. : South spoke undo ',the auspice Pan'of,the monies collected,' fee said, ,DeLand." 'and 'Hon. THE CENTRAL DRUG'STORE':
and get his -...if....:'IS was advised $200 if the "Volntia county organization of the Educational and Temperance went''to'. the organization 1n this John \M. ,Watson.of Miami.' \
r" ' by Mr.' Gardner to close the ,, cared to sell It. /... ,. _'1::' League of the United States' state; and''to,th .national body :;. ,For' Secretary/of/ State,' Hon ,:n.' .Paa '''St& 1.for"a'; number'' *f-
'! ;deal b, paying for the quarters Joseph. 'Cameron 'of Sanford was ''He was presented bTrN.C.'Bryan; .SjCoU I 'Smith, declared no ;matter ; Clay Crawford. ..: years connected ..with the Tampa 5
which be did and is now comfortably.. : elected a member of' the executive : state'director' of the league for Os what the .idea'of a man was{.on1 the For Comptroller ., Hon ? Ernest Drug'.Companv,.ha*,purchased.from
,located. -:; '\ : committee' in' place/of: F. N. Burt, ceola, eoant7..nd lectured' for-about prohibition law? It' was now tilt (the Amos, Incumbent, '' and it 1 I."'stated W;J. Rtced of this'city, the Central,
The sameconditioa'prevs1lsamoii who aa treaaurer' ''becomes a member an',hour.' During -the course''of his Constitution and should be observed that A3 oingU; oL I Tamp will be Drug' Store. on. .Broadway- near th*,
\those who go to-Tampa arid 'people 'off:that body. accordance with' the remark.,'lie related incidents' of the i. ,A ,,substantial amount' of {money atcandidate'for this office.'.,' corner"'of Darlington aTenu-/HrO' ;: l'
f 4 ,are'finding out about Kissimmee-and : 'constitution. and bv.I.: ".. <;. war .Jn which''he participated<< [: and was_ collected at''\, the ''meeting>' 'tae be For State..Trea.arar. H lir': :! t't Stanley will assum."the i proprietorship -' -
,the advantage here and are locating A commltee was also appointed to prea qted', vivid :word picture.,* ', It used in the ,cause'' of prohibition; ?_._..?' incumbent'and Walter.. S, 'of; the ,establishment, tomorrowmorning.1 ;' H
)r\ ,every day in this, city.,. take up the matter.of an auction sale' was ms command; be said.which-originated Col Smith''"went' from Kissimmeeto' McUn, of Tallahassee. "
It-vis-now-\ incumbent i.npon a11TrJs1dents LPverypnember''of **,e,\4 1 t >-. ; the idea of-the sawed-off Lake ..City where, he will ,speak '*Attorney General. lion. James : .Mr.: Stanley' has' had an extended vexpnene.
f'KIIIl1nm. who nave vacant .the :fexeeentive brrel 'cnotgunwhich.', causedthe. and thence Tallahassee., :_, E. Calklna. ; of.F.rnandlnal Hon.'Jessie % In both the)wholesale and] ,;j
apartments and rooM,who I lease 'or,rent.thent,' to.,get*them in ire cattle -raiser1 and known through cruelly on the part of the..Americansla to Florida when a' small iboy,, was Rivera H. ,Buford of Mariana. He will move .hls'famllr'to this' ..
,good I''condition' In 'ordeir that they out Florida, as cattleman In- every thiir method; of 'fighting.fTh : -" educated in the'schools of f Jasper For Superintendent'', of Public, In ,city\ within th ;next few, months.
'wm'be.toreaatinee; apdem pUy MnseNof the word and front now'on; i .remarks the war' by, CoL and the State -University at Lake struction Hon W.' N. .,Sheats,_. in .
,tourist coming here.' '// It,.II. declared, affairs ,of the association Smith were simply an introductory City.. before it was removed to eumbent! -Hen. .R. A: Green of Starkeand'there'are'several 'NOTED. U.:;'D. :C. ,WOMAN.H HERE; .
p,.+ II : Visitor will continue' to take ad- will'' be advanced and the best toithe, subject ef,4he,evening -which -Gamecville was at't.'Unl..nltJ'h. : other prosper.tive .
i vantage ,and ;throinrhout .Che..season "WUl, becoming ed and inferior'stock in the state asrapldlf".s"tt ot *the word,', he'stated,'wm,to standby H. Is 'now a practicing attorney, of .. For- Commissioner of Agriculture ., Amos Norris- -. {
to this city. .All those who; 'can'be, sccompllshed."ri; j order to do so it Chicago and ran for congress In that Hon,.. W. A.' McRae, incumbent, and Florida president', ,
have quarter ._bould.'ad' .. Mr. -J.M,1 was iecesdryte' ''$and" b,.' and.up city; and' Ming in a' strong republican ll n. Hat 'Jarmonj ,,of .Santa. Rosa Daughters of the '
+ ,Gardnef-wrio.U of ctaU .sitf- .J } ..a.d'aT.sttart'made la..., county ;
\ .r hold the ffthe; country. H. district, wa.'d.featecL" /' spending'' today in :
lined by' the'eit/-to r look alter theD.weomers. iTDnshless trip"W BraJen-i says the man' stands idly by.and Members of. the league-hen state meet the Will''' Bryan ;
and he will then .-haves ton Tuesday: returning via 'Lakeland. -: winksra'jnwojMihlne1.operations- that other'prominent speakers wiU meeting at ,the Jl tho. .Mrs. Norris is, a V.S'M
s, {iiDtormatioD'.oD'band'U tojustwhat. ; .*.. 'They,rwere;!!accompanied ti by the'traffle-ta'Tlcpior.: is dotDg' justrnucMlurni'iaa'did later be heard here and on a circuit dlstSundaysehool roomsSunday the-borne; of B. B- .:
''is wanted by: the' touristswhenthey: Mrs. Pfaan and Mr. fiingeltary whowent a.-' .,, the'Hjuns'dar extending to Tampa including""Wil afternoon at 8 o'clock.' All men and reception i.being-\held,, :

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.' : :Bit> HELP, IN SAN 'FRANCISCO: / '' '

Washtrton, Jan. '8.-Th. Demo--amicable methods rather. than ar by
erotic national convention of 1920 war. >
y+ ': 'rm &e held In ,San Francisco.: The -vVe affirm our approval of the Week:: 19thQoyn
,convention wiU open at 12 o'clock treaty of Versailles, and we condemnas January
noon. Jon 28. : unwise and unpatriotic, the attitude
In selecting San Frandico at the of those 'senators who would
city U-entertain.the next Democrat-1 defeat its ratification' either. directly : .. '
Ie national convention, tae Democratic or-by overwhelming It with reservations .
e national committee set a. aeMbtical .. that are Intended'toand' h .
precedent. The nadonaDemocraticconvention will have the 'effect of' nullifying it. 1.. iinsr {(Yes it's a show)', q """ 8
: .f 1.20 will Thefailure of\the 'senate Republican _
t*' tae i flrst'''nations! contention ofitber leaders to offer' or to permit / ... ... 1 .
i party held west of the Rocky consideration of. Interpretative r reservations : :- -

yn" that.f will:,the preserve and the to general .. : GRAND' : ;OPENING OF ..
There w.a'i lively" <"*>Ust for the purpoaa treaty eo THEBflOADWAY'
a honor of.eatertainlnr the eonvefttien permit, Its ,ratification, condemns : . i j,
_." lotw.en. Chicago.. Kansas. tCitv. and them to.the WreN ef the nation and ,
n, ,bas Franel ea>r On the flrst ballot to the contempt of the world." ... : :
q it developed tllat.SaD Francisco had After reciting the achievements ef
rfjMisiderably ruse r stretacth than th. Democratic administration i in establishing
t either Chicago or Kansas Cityand: a a currency and banking THEATER
+l ttnaaimeoa decision gave ef.'San system that "freed the currency of
..,- .FraaciM was'Soa reached. the country] from .the domination of
-San Franeisce far the? a few men and enable the nation to .>- ----..,
Meet attractive financial offer., It offered finance itself through the greatestwar ( Pormerly Dixie)
a' pledge' + Domoevatk'national committee and of 'legislation giving the peoplethe 1 ?
farther ratse-JBO.OOO right to elect United States senators .
entertainment fund. JU delera by popular vote; the enfranchisement The Original Williams Dramatic Co. Inc.
4r; tion demonstrated that no city out- of the women; .the givingto ,
vide of Now York or Chicago could labor the fair showing to which > .
offer 'convention hotel accommo- it was entitled and other legislative : .
dationscompsrableowith("those' of aetsv i the.,resolution adopted,further : ." \ " :, IN A REPERTOIRE OF PLAYS OF TODAY :,

San Francisco..The deog.tlon'alsoshowed states-- '.' .
that*San Francisco house the convention in the finest with reasonable promptness, as all ', .
Mditoritira on the continent the gift of bur, associates in .the war were .
A CIt the Panama*PactO: ''International willing' to do, the world, one again .... ,
Exposition to.* at peace, would now be engaged in r
The' objection against taking the he; fruitful works of reconstruction ,' ,
convention to .San F-rancllco1' that it In which the vast resources 'of our : -
d .was: necessary to cross! 'a .. in country would have been called for .
.order to geti there was effectivelymet to an extent that would have brought -
by: the spreading information I untold benefits to every section of -
r unofficially that the once to be the country, and that would have : Drama '
t found in California would more than put our flag carrying' our commerce, : Clean
compensate for any hardships that Into the ports of every country of ,
_. "mighthaver ".tobeenduredonJ.urn.y. the ihe--world.- ,' ,- -- --- -- --- - t -- ----- -
i' ."We join the demand for the pulpits -
: According' to members of the committee of this country and of its agricultural -
l, however, it was the pleas interests, of I.bort and of
L of the women which won for San he great business, industrial and
Francisco.-- Miss Mary E. Foy of California commercial organizations of Amer. ri iI A ;
eloquently pleaded that the Ica, that the senate quit playing ..
Democratic national committee owed politics with this sacred question i
Jt to the women of the West to send and give to the world the word that Vaudeville
iy, the convention to San Francisco. America is ready to make at least Moral ,.
She said it was the women of the a trial for universal peace. We repudiate -
4'j West who -had won the victory for the inferential suggestion Yrkt '
the Democratic party in 1916. They ,that having Joined our associates in .. ,.
+,, were the pioneers in the women suffrage war in creating the conditions thatare j i
movement, and now that the now leading to chaos, we are to 1
,example of the Western states in withdraw and leave them to a merciless ,
'giving the franchise to women had I fate in order that we might ."
,r 'T" "Seen follo'Wed-lIy-ao--mnr-: the: maintain a so-called-traditional-state '
states it would be gracious compliment of "isolation."
; to them and politically profitable Music ]
,p to the Democracy to recognize WOODMEN CIRCLE INSTALL Refined
4 the gnat' Work that they had done OFFICERS.The .
Jn bringing about ,woman suffrage
,In the United States and In aiding January business meeting ofthe ]
Democratic success. Woodman Circle was an Interesting .
National Committeeman Isidore one, forthe new elected officers ,!j I,
a Dockweiler of California also made were installed. A pleasant feature ,
?1 en* of the most eloquent speeches of, the event was the program rendered '. ,1
of the day. In behalf of San Fran- by Mr. Rouse orchestra which MARIE DeGAFFERELLY .., .1!
cisco.: ricludes in its personnel Mr. Rouse fA1
Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Eddie Hansel. The South's Most Versatile Actress i
A Roger Sullivan, on behalf of Chicago -
4, : pledged a fund of f75,000 for Mrs. Verna Ellis and Miss MabefFloats. ,5.1
the expense of the convention. Former , .
Mayor Harrison of Chicago re At the' close of the ceremonies the 15 !j
', ferred' facetiously to the political company: repaired to the banquet \ People Including Orchestra
cUfferences which had formerly existed hall where a tempting spread
'between himself and ex-Sena- awaited them.
.tor James Hamilton Lewis and Mr. The officers Installed are: Guard ,
Sullivan, but said they were all now Tells Cooper; Past Guardian Mae
'pleading' harmoniously for: the seioction Sills; Clerk Mamie Jeffords; Chaplain Opening Play Monday Night, January 19th '
: of Chicago.If \ < Ola Grantham; .Adivsor-AHce ,
you will DYe .the convention Young'; Attendant' Alma -doper;
to Chicago," said Mr. Sullivan in his Asst Attendant Ruby Bass; Outer )
plea "Chl aago will take good care Sentinel Ida Powers; Inner Sentinel, -n 't ,lc Girl God forgot---Comedy Drama in 4 Acts
of both the drys and the wets." Pearl Tedder; Banker, Dora Smith. '
National Committeeman Goltra 'of V '. V, *\:,'
..Missouri and Fred Flemming chairman '''CALICO, MILL ENDS, GINGHAMS '
;,' barked of the Kansas 'City delegation PERCALS AND ONE MIL- PRIG 5, 35 and 50c Guaranteed Attraction DON'T MISS IT "

and Third up by Assistant Secretary of LION OF 10 AND 20 YARD

r ,'' State' Breckenridge Long presented LENGTHS, 4Se, 35c AND 25c VALUES r (
+ the claims FOR A YARD-FREE .
of Kansas City. 12V .ooo ooooo oooooo.o toooOO OOO 000900tOO.ooooOOOO OtOOoooo.o.oooo r
.Resolutions Adopted. .RAILROAD FARE AND $1.00 oooo.oooooooooooooooooooooo.ooooo .
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R Resolutions i unanimously' submitted -
:.TrUtee and adopted without dissentr
ruby a' rising, vote, were, in part, 'as ,
'follows: GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, LION OF 10 AND 20 YARD' GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE; We still have full line of
The Democratic nations committee PLANT CITY, FUL-BIG-MILL- LENGTHS, 45c, 35c AND 25c VAL PLANT CITY, FLA.-BIG-MILL-. a
/ *- rejoices with ,the nation at the ENDSALE.Santa UES FOR ,12i/ae A' YARD-FREE END-SALE. .
rrapid return to ,health and vigor of RAILROAD: .FARE :AND. $1.00 High Shoes
4'E.odrow Wilson the leader t of DeMocracy Fanning = Do not forget the Kiaiunme Val-
,r ,: after his physical, break. Rosa County; in BROOMS FOR 22c FREE GASO fine tin
lev Gacette office de printing:
Santa Rosa cOunty is on quite a
down, due largely to overexertion
In his effort in' behalf of world-wide boom. A number of farmers from . all lines
a. ''Peace.1 x Georgia and Alabama have recently!
''We" endorse his courageous. and this county. and in addition to these we have'Just
'patriotic endeavorito bring tbe'na.. .
J } 'liona:of the world to peace by such 'U"youibu.ln.I: not .worth advertising received a big shipment of our +
advertise it for sal in the
mutual understanding. as will enable '"
ref t' them, to- settle their differences by Valley I,Gazette's.want column.. ?st . Spring Low Shoes h

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\( .-_ .. -. ,. "" Among these are the. 'famous

\tc, ..: llighland i ; :OaK: F arm ]. THE UltlyE.lTSAL: CAR Remember Red Cross we Shoes also for take Ladies orders H I

for Tailor Made
',. '''; F'WINTER ., There, are more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in Clothes

t.r: .. SALE dally.service throughout the world;,:land fully .

eighty per cent of these are Ford Touring Cars. 1

Friday,..,Januarq'23rd,1920BIG 'There are many reasons for this,not the least of FRED S. GILBERT '

j Which is the simplicitjr in the design of the car, 1.

_ '3'5\ ':TYPE'.'SOWS AND GILTS 35' ; o'easy: to'understandt; likewise it u.:easy to. : We Appreciate. Your Business

_. .. j. ". . operate; and mighty,inexpensive compared, tow
N .0 ORION''. < other: motor cars. ''On the farm, in the city, for .
Bred, to', CHERRY' KING JR. 8ih.: ,GRAND CHAMPION"Dim .
,business and for family pleasure,it is the car'of''the .. .. ... . ....
gar ; : Bo.r at FLORIDA STATE FAIR. people and .the.demand is increasing'cnry : oo..o . .... ..... .... .. ..

I His area; ORION CHERRY;,JR.. :recently; ,sold lor $16.500.00.. Hi.\ (day. Let us have your.' order promptly : 'W. *' .

brother. -QUALITY ORION, KING JR.. was GRAND CHAMPION wan. ODC. The White Kitchen

r :at INTERNATIONAL:. SHOW. Chicago; '1919.: OSCEOLA
yt Buy/,a ',bred 'sow,., fromhe! : CHAMPION HERD ,OF, THE' SOUTHW .. ' MOTOR, CO. 119 Broadway '

.. .''jwill ila'fell. 5 big-type young,;'boars.
307-9 BROADWAY .
'LUNCH.: +served at 12' o'clock. SALE.'promptly at I 'o'clock., '' Best Eating Home Cooking



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fa br. liCing's: .Mew D rounding; held 'its annual election ject' ...supporting .fronv.therarst!

I -c..erp'tor'Gfty.F. .+ear'a" .' ,J Friday! at.the.home of h..out.oinc month is a, f..t;otobe'<-Justly, >>l'OUci
president,' Mrs. G .W.;Best, to elecofficer'and of. The. ladies receivedjaornojjsun; .
.co'' .b \Outline' the ..aetlvltie port from the county"bo*rd oX, Public P .a
I- -:--:"" , for the the 'CitUens,, of 'the tof ,
Mrs. W. J. Fripp pvansm4dp citjri l eupble/
hilt :gaittlned gnalltj 1 identwith ,.AI,... J.' W. Miller, 'vicepresident"Mr'AIT. 'carry. on. the .work.f.r', the

;effectiveness 'ftD. ; SriodlTU'.'lie first., month., Sinc.hat'jttmt. ] /itb.. _' t. " . I I '. ... .. .. '. ._. -'" ,
ouch entbual..... Notp.o club.las been able to make,tbauach| \ M 1. W
bnt!sure relief from stubborn old retaryKand, Mrs, G.t} W. Bet t.4 treaag '
iroTds and onrushlnr new nrer. I room, self supporting>and ,_it is ,'now, '
hrost'teaHnjr couehs, and croup could Some'time-- was'"ipent"in'dlseuidnthe an esUblisbed.Institution...,.,, ,, ; .,-, t
,!tisve mad. Dr..,King'. Mew DteooTerf work. ;for the, ,...1.' 1920,, and I ,..Th club ,has-,..interested, :jWf In ,
I ,,'nationally: popular and standard. while the details are not .deflnltelrsettled thf poor kiddies' at .JadtaOD..UI.JlVhCJ, ELATENTJCINE -'APPOINriGENT}
j! It la today. as yet-tt't.'..tde t'that'ihildl hava..been, under, the !win" ;,o ,.tb.. or.phanage T ..1M.Rds4'ralhe New ,M .\t '
tEed. and I nod ,event / ) II
years old always rellibla. betterment will be featured. i. then". :: hem-a )
[ for the whole family. A bottle lathe I Previous to the war this club held Christmas box of +IPf-' ;Druggists and dealers all over beSo1lth ,;:

medicine cabinet means a short, bimonthly 'meetinrd, our a''ousinesiMssionaad any, child;would enjoy we ria...' Th. ") are rep..tdly'pnuin.. theirrptiiflkti '!

whved rLu druggists cold or coilvb.Glv. lt.eoe.a trial and, jl.lit( 'the/ ther'.n open meet* : value- this, box" 'was)nov I lade,jthaq a Hal PraaiFAonNelr f'C ,: lJ! the 1N> .:d..+(lettlud.. JI._..... .r._ ::
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? inrffwhea nests f wets' 'invited.: ThW ,dollars. : .4 D'
.. custom* will; be revived., ;I Th.. bust tony especially,pratad .}'worthy: r--:: ,ac* N.e-R..d Bsl siWifl4sI... 4Tonle ,tptl'W'rr $n i "N.1iS; tE'i) to. :... 1iJ
4 y. nest session\Will occur on the first t.I ef the. dub 'was, its) support.of j Preealie. TnatI l t et'j,few 1ponthe .co. trl.tjs. t. PrvscrfptW t.I
"RcguUr ,Bowel It Health Friday of each month and, war orphans... Last,year.,two, small led It.h''E..d atlJ"" ttrtlfn. Il'tlia"tact t'+iKW'.ji IC i '-.- J':
f 'Howell that more paamodlcally .meeting on.-the, third. f. French children were adopted, by the 'Th"ihou..nda'ot Inquiries receiv .rJy one hundred thousand bottles N. E.; Marsburn, who ls ..II-kao

'. 'r(.free on. day and stubborn the n.ztph.ald :All meetings 'will' bit .held'at"'the club end its membereiand since, thattlm. ed the last few..niays coajeerning El I of this .medicine was sold throughout the soathem states *t
tie healthfully reculated' by Or Part.Memorial building.: !. / | the- sum of $150.ha. .been,raised : b.fory' ,, both retail and whotajaja.busbtee ctfcttenal 'J
,, I'. New JJfe Pills In this Mrs; W. J.i,Fripp. thf n.irly'1.cged t for their support. _* This year,the Vigor the.famons tonidtp ecriptioD.,I a .. aaidea1tbP.fJ else. bu disv

lyon aeep the Impurities ot waste mal president 'ratsied' it' war the desire federation will not engage.ia this,*c- .nas prompteil f *. tha!man factsjrerte" \ 1I :S I . j jf pia- ttJ utoc b h.adgar'tad
k|tier from by cleansing circulating through. the system of the club to recognize Hs duty tivtty1 but ,it is 'probable that/,the "Issued a .* -/V-i .. to* the purposa ed i Ion the market C' have '...-orc1 Nc "t capacity.fitt1 .
\ thewe. thoroughiy to the. federation ''of which ft' I. Kisslmmee club will .continue-- its bb the present ; .;
,4' ''i fbUe.aad promoting' ......01 memberand to take, an interest baths s support of thee.'phndr.nwbortiav'grown : 'of his medicine. ,, ti*>C ,.1 111 ir'daipgwiigt44iyt EL'.Vigor laboratory, and the woHtIs

I / questions dealt with by both dear to the ladi..: who, are. 4" "El I Vigor Is neither. a patent med .. Dd thai .*flelent& direction of N. DOW: tinder way *,,i(
;: }-b aOM.,;; comfortable, yet always ..... state and national federations. From giving, t e1r' generous ,.id., icine,i a nostrum '"nr*',remedy,":hestates. Eo')Unhkt.\\ ..'msinufacturer- : :and ;When }" '\ Atanded ten', .
te'n' -r \e"JOnc'a..New" Ufe Pills work time to-time';th*,data:.poblishedcln. 'CALICO "It I. a'. ,.carefully. 'work.oat" < market the faamep scripti .
Jwlt* MocUlon without tb.constlpatlos ; ( 'MILL ENDS. GINC.- distributor, more than MO.OOO bottIettha. "
; ;; '' .' k ''
the 'Federation Magatlne will ba 'prescription t 'treatdisorders" ,{MrlManbor.1aidtl: ;,
'designed' : ; t'
*"'" auF' been sold slid distributed to data. ?
i=M" SJXF presented to members in some.iaterertinjr HAMS, FERCALS. AND. ONE MILLION of the"blood,"liver,' atomach For the past few weeks, the El "Vigor ;:"People.doot: go w to-tJt....poetofflce
- --- . .form.) This will.form,, a,part rOF 10 AND *.20 YARD : laboratory has when they: want, to nor to, '.
and kidneys.IItli.tnot i a'cure-all. been!; running night .
aIil9s';!1 k' :tA1AxrR1eANW of,the progrsms. for the Asocial meetIngs LENGTHS-45cr 35c AND 29. VALUES 'a and day In order to supply the tremendous the hardware at...' wben'4th.y want
:-which are to biroyea ones when "Medical" authorities agree tut"br medicineIe* .
:: ', ' 3 :IITJIIJlD: ::. ,:' : FOR IZHc A 'YARD-FREE 4 demands ,iji ia"my JI. "
public ,
the is
generally'attend. "majority of the 'most preva place Vigor.'In the leading drugstores
DIllS, AKERMAN AND STEED .' .' tAt RAILROAD. FARE .AND $1.00 lentdiseases'' truce: theirorigin. to :The i El" Vigor! ."formula', 'is."a carefully la every elty town and village
....... 'the clubcontlnnps BROOMS FOR. FREE GASOLINE balance ... t"Ilandfeds
Ati.rmr .. Cfmummlmrm at business sessions the 22e.- prescription recognisedand in the south. s'I j > .. .
.....-- ......... Its practical relief ''workndwiLplyinnedle TO AUTOISTS COMMENCING disorders of the stomach; liver'and 'used by:: the,'leadingphysicians, -of r_..Jrnost' ;: progressivedruggists ; .:- ;.-

---.-.._....' tm .11-........ ..... : behalf-of THURSDAY;"JANUARY'IStb.<"JTfc- kidneys; -The-'foTmula of-Eh-yigor: ; f..nd-medl.-wuthoritleseverywhere.: la the south', ban ,. ........
;, ...!- .,...... the orphans, at ,Jacksonville in.whom GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE.PLANT which is printed en,'every bottle,,his I The thonsavls. of enthusiasticpeople. dlintl'.EI(Vlnr. and have' been'order- "P"" '
t it is F who have testified to the' remarkable
especially interested y: bean,,compounded with a view toreaehnc Ing-in two and three) gross' lots with
I W. B. CRAWFORD Local( needs will not be neglected. COY FUL.BIG. -MILL- source result obtained through the use.of El nothing; but .local ..advertising. "'; t
the of such ailments
Mrs. FrippTssys.! but .., END-SALE. '- Vigor In eases' oft' Rheumatism,,'Indigestion
v : -AT-LAW permanent i ,"1 ;want tcr.... '.El ,
the Vigor'In# every
.' M committee Will bet appointed to care and -by correcting causesto relieve .. Dispepsla. liver trouble *
; ial4.1 m CItlzen for; the|sick ;#and i sufferhi t Those in Nervousness, ; Biliousness Impure representative drew store"r in; th Y Offlcesi ( a,4 f > suffering ,a Qrar.'w.1. ? : that 'In. '
outh.'and.with'' tend I view
r\ ; Bank lBuUdlagpXluimm. : who and are human Inlwant, kindness ef"fdendly'ymp4thy are to THE REASON WHY 4"Thousands.of people. all over,thesouth Blood disorders.'Sick: Headaches and> kindred,. Nausea, ailments, Kidney . I'amlappolntlnagents-In-;evey.lo.,;,: ,I'..

... t r I t Florida m.k.Jt known to the club.urged' aTb.iflrstmeeting i_ f have told me repeatedly that furnishes unquestionable', ...Id.nee"of caUtytohandle it. My telephone' ,
| . I of the club will Explaastiesi Given Which Explains El Vigor has relieved' them' of rheumatism the merit-.of Vigor: ,Below are ringing i every five;minutes >I.l .. the
he Jieldthis. the quoted some ,sales figures .-which, although day messages frompeople.who
afternoon at Hart : Tonic. biliousness
rti ffcacy et' 101 constipation, Indigestion I
i have .about_ El
j DR. L J. DENNING Memorial bulldf*?, when Mrs. 3. .they'.are remarkable can be jhaard Vigor through '
| DENTIST. Earl. Lnpfer *'tl'ber.rjrthrie''lmrportant' dyspepsia, nervousness: .. rUled' and s, which '..tabU..... their 'neighbors'asking where' they"
: : '' ingredients ! blood .buy it. "'''1.l .. 1 '' :
R3f..etad' and skin disorders and hundreds may ,
'' " Successes t.'TDffW Wf Carsotp .- rsadiagwfroair .. (rs. 'in Dr..:Willams 101 'Tonic' ,each ' s i record which'has been seldom .
: Over.the-Postofftee.. Lupfer is. on. of kissimmes's'most ono of which has/an'Important.-dnty, 'of other troubles that (have ; If: ev.rd equalled, proprietary "Just as soon as'I'have-appointed ;
:' t&reratatt''J'Md.n'A1I4"tht:""program _Qunlns Iromant .MagnesW'Tbequinine : their priginjn di ordermofhe Jttcnnaeh medicine :Atlanta sales 'over. 60,000 the druggists who ean.:.pntjuf Vlgopcleeest .:;..
They': ar
_ .
grill-auro'b. bottl.-Birmllll"ham >sales 60,. t 4 f" thi"people who.want it
. *treat-to the' ndle n e, ; 'i fa) the tonie clears liver and kidneys i over '
rt Ofaee Pbea. 15S., Some good .maslc will form part the bJood.'of all ,influents-malaria 000Chattanooga*sales over 20,000 in f.every neighborhood \-1' will as- r
of the program. 4 orlotbft' "TI'.tatementa of >these,, grate Nashville'' sales'- over,,16,000 nouAc the.;:names fof the !r'EI, Vigor
The ironbuilds'
The .record of the ,Mothersdeb' "harmfulgerms."!the rich, healthy strength ful'pepb'wllo'have l taken .El Vigor bogies agents-*through- JIM, .c.h.- ... rof, the

'LtWISATTORNEYAT.LAW\ O'BRYAN for Just, past'Is wonderful.' ......'blood which pots stamina; Into and been' .benefited by prompted,'; 'Just a few ireeks'a jo El'Vftrr was I i 'papers.-:i''Ther'facti'tha6raire.tia'-- e s i.v-', '
one speaks' well fore consecrea- the weakened onyLb. Burr 'i magnesia me,, to place it, in the' hands of, the Introduced ID'North' Carolina, sine Mt'thduandbottle.of'EryIgor
, : Non. of It smembers, for as'ln most acts gently and bow druggists' so'that .everyone'who'suffers that date more than,' a carload has; sold ) have- '
been 'III Atlanta and
organitatlons of,this-kind the "faith- elscleanitte way''the; accumulated been sold in North Carolina and South vicinity
Waring BuI1cII.q.'f poisons. '" \i' '- from such disorders could 'obtain Carolina, over ,one half carload, baa the. past five months and that' u..

CALICO, MILL ,ENDS. ..GIN&; This combination is1' 'of known it easily'and.. at a reasonable >vrlca. been sold In the state of'norida. and paopl."WM 'b""t /come J back< and! "

lac Jostaatoa O. P. OarreM HAMS PERCALS, AND 'lONE MILLION worth for the treatment of Colds, "The thousands of questions( that< the tremendous demand Is Increasing. it b'll',1t again and ap".adlteU-hat'J( ; ; ,,
baa done
for themconvinces,
.:r. JOHNSTON A GARRET OF 10 AND ,20 YARD and LaGrippe Malaria., Fever: .Chills, Influenza- are beingasked daily about, El Vigordemand daily. w. 5' 1 \ El ,.Vigorsells c on its merit methat ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW LENGTHS 45c,'35c AND ZSc VALUES , 'During' last :year's Influensa ,epi an..n.wer. and, I'' Intend, to 1 alone. ;, '
l'. FOR 12>/BC A. f.Ro.-.FllEE: demlc the sales of 101 Tonic increased Ingredients statement of 'regarding the for ''n Theft E1VI /.:Dietrlbuttngl! I "In: course of, the lssztwoslc.I'wiUannounce'

I. ' Oflces 10, 11 and 18 Citlxen Baas RAILROAD FARE AND $1.00 over 600 per .cent. This Is proofaplenty publication Ins my few prescription days. "ACb, Atlanta;;! GaV will pay ONE. the i names ,of El Vigor
G Building of the value, of this: remedy io 1 dealers"in this section, 'so1 that the
IC1Wmm... na. BROOMS FOR 22c f REE GAS()*- fov the treatment- of '''Fla.'At- the I Twill be very glad indeed If'vry 'HUNDRED, 'DQLLABS.. 'INGOLDiforthe'bestranwer thousands of'calls for, the nedicin)

LINE. TO AUTOISTS COMMENCING first'slgn of "flu" or malaria use Dr; person who buys.a bottle of .El' Vigor I ilil', < maybe easily filled.' '
: J. W.THOMPSON. ', THURSDAY, JANUARY IStfc. Me- Williams 101 Tonic: A 25 and 60 from !the> druggist, will ,read' the two I hundred 'words, .tw I the Meanwhne; any drug deal

I GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT'' STORE. cent bottle may be procured at.. your .formula printed on the label and show ,1 questibrlwhs. IsiSEl ;Vigor, i er''who is interested in obtaining the

c Funeral Director PLANT CITY, FIJL-BIG-MILL-. drug store.Accept .- I same'' to,i his fancily physician and t iGo -:ink'yoaa'driggiL Read; agency foi1 EI.Vfpr 'la' nqu.1tid to ::1<
,no .substitutes. ask his ,opinion of its ingredients.Man' write "wire in
or; me l order'to ret hit'.name
END-SALE. the. of the best physicians in the .' list .
,. i is1L f I on, ithis before publication.Address .
; 'f"'i' -; AND/ Manatee County:' In a tractor'snrvey south, are prescribing'El' Vigor: .fore., February, Jti-.: . . _J El, VigorDistribntmc'Cow.
T ,
of, the the found "
$ agent
county, '
their patients, -(ady.) I' Atlanta, !
.. for'HILL'S' I '.46 tractors. Only two of these were .4 Sbe -- . ., .. .

'/ tLICEiNSEL.;;' EMBALMER > :" '"' ,out of. commission. ...' I. 4i IG'j
." !.i CALICO. MILL ENDS.' GIN'C. -''of'IIv.poratora in the: county,and
... .
-' :' : ... I these are very aU.facto!')". Orange
btore'arid OPI..KUSED
Chapel, Stewart"Ave' PIVB.MttI.XON HAMS, PERCALS 'AND> ONE MIL." 'moving fast. Ground haa been

11..11818.. V'la.I ', IT LAST YEAR LION' OF, 10;AND;|' 20 YARD brokent crop for-spring crops., ...
., 1 , . of/;, of ILls \ LENGTHS; 45e/3SeAND, ; zsc, VAL '1. .
.. .o..o . ... ... ..... UES' FOR.+121,.c A"TAIlD-FREE The Best Cough Medicine.',

i 1M TILLER s RAILROAD"' FARE' h AND '$1.00 \en a 'druggist finds that 'his. 4 '
aq'WtlNEt ,
. I I BROOMS:::FOR ?22c:-FREE GASOLINE customers all speak Well of certain' ii r a +

: ; e t4(1f( ft i' Aoe IC y- !. TO ''AUTOiSTS'COMMENCING' preparation and ,be.forms in eed'of'such a good 'opinion a

,., .......__......... \. ....._.......hri -. nROMI to } : THURSDAY..,JANUARY:'15th.. : Me- medicine. is 'almost; certain to Use' tt
ca( fta.egre cell teI.a,. I.... tit yea'.. GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT ,STORE. himself and in h i:'family. .Thla'' I.I I.
+ lugbt!! +and eold.I: pyt, th. ,.'.bpiat.w-, ,.".nak/'-_'.'',sold_' tie I ,"PIANTkPasco. ,CITY. 'FLEt-BiG4MILL-:; I'I why. so'man, druggistsuse and rec-

-It HoReaty uta rent_ . l...ut--l .T.m:up nip {la S di i Et: z it'J: }, }:' ., : ommend''' Chamberlain's Cough Rent
J' ; 'Taxes paid and Titles ..rid/ Mont back Wit UU.( .sli. j! J __ t- ".. C'" U 'j;edy'J-:; ..Jones, a :well known drug 1 11i
S. ' .'l* If teuln. boa: 'hoe a glst"of Coburn ?
; ( Farmers Kyv says; :r haveused
f ..., L.for noa lop w 1 t 1t, (cldrlU0's // ;. ( bullndingrt .Chamberlain's' l I I. T
-. Fire: ..Lif: apllAccid.att i; car: t' \\1IIJ.: if. ploure 'lsww:- i' aeirlylklitg .'syrup;. ;and CoughRemedy ; rt
;. At .Ar1br: utcherlng y>ogs.;,.There are 'a num-j in my, for the1.past sevenyears _.
I J .
'suranca. .( and..hav.found it to be, the -

a : ', 'Indemnity, Bond'', ." .. _, ,, .. . . .. . 4t c. ';Ncoughimedicine': '( I. 'hay' e'.verknown.'i . ,.\ .
M;:.. ill.t .....1.. ."....'. ... .. _, -.A.x' I .:I :_ EltlC I I >.. 1', : } t : _.r: ) .<

1 Y Henjindo'.County";' We; have coir. : :i

4 Surplus Government: :Goodsvi lected'and shipped co-operatively 1i .": ..'" ..

: car: ' ", : : : :
DR. l" I" been comfed and were In'fine -._ -- _.11.J "': :: ---.
* \vi ''r'" *":-<-*+- w, T- Ksrjj7 - -> -
WiriaatIon'. 'Bre it'-Collar'' Harnas.*. selected:, prlin., packr shape y \r '\
: '
.,.Staer .Hlde.,,.uaed 'Ia pro.\lellon of-. thl .barn.. hide tamped, under -, r: Sometimes-It> Is-But Lodk. I. \
Odeernment apecln'catfona.: S> Iba, of bend.' at CAMS per pound}u"ei' :CALICO, MILL ENDS.. 'GINGHAMS t
to produoa 'i alncl *et ,ot-. tklq H.rn... which. t.'n.arl"'IIlhe"' priceof i Otff, : YZ ,>
< the barn... complete" a. now 'oiTerod,you. Thla 'Harnes. waa adapted -. ,', PERCALS.AND ;ONE 'MIL.. ;,, WThpiirTBr, Bump ? C t :I.VA I. :.
forhaullnr heavy artillery .tnto motion 'On the.Bettie Field.Every .
\ : 20 YARD
' operation' the makingjot <.le harn.n was rltidty.inepeoted! ..Ii 1- ms..d, ie' 1 r .4t"\W ;," l" (h +'4Sg#
OSTEOPATH ''and paeaed over Oo.ernm.nt.-t..ta.,... BREAST COLLAR HARNESS. la., LENGTHS, ;ISe,3SeIAND925jVAL.,;: Man y go tile a: WhHe sp.a&g, "r ry loiar.; tiASM I"/:' ;
a-standard HaMu need tor:, all in European Countries
? There I*, rouarhly. .tontLim.. the) _pnehlnir purpoaea surface In this collar than UES FOR'i2Vc A, 'YARD FREE ...., or eve. before Le- gets It-;-nd.!)ave a ,great tire.;' doing ,
-' ''In the round collar. TOU"A TAKING NO CHANCES'$TOOD bat c
RAILROAD FARE AND $1.00 e>-bIaII7 911111 ru"'WiD abut!. -T '
THR TK8T. Place your, ti STATE'FBANK: BUILDINGPhone SINGLE WHEKL BET8. ..,... Double. Wheel. ''8eta.8JN'OIdQ. BROOMS:,FOR '22e 2Z-FREE'GASO. Tfce''Way :; 'J
LEAD'Doubt.. wad BeU .,..". < ' LINE :TO AUTOISTS COMMENCING dsjT; .Is bouad t. c.. .. sooner ar' 1 t..iW. ': "

; No.162r .. ,tJ.i-U. B.a //vARMT Arnr.r'.Web'Leather, I Adjustable.Bridlesrood.' ""It.. aervloeable.. e.t-rtn>-.condition, double '_*'1 THURSDAY./JANUARY' 15UL. Mo assepeat- -, dia..doIIana".w" ..If.... 't '!f. i":'tor ) into'alghty' +"ge.d,play: i ''i

Si.tT.8.! "un4..r:. i ARMY chin Wool' throat Suit.,latch compl.wltb'Coa&.Dr..cb..4. and oheck'' piece, each 4..j_Leir-_. 1,, ' .'f15'I I GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT, (STORE. n. t a.c;,. tIIrOw .t6:;I111.g'hsl+it'ht .. -', >> 's
Good condition. ,Dark Blu., special PLANT CITY. FIJU BIG- MILL start, >J y f depotitiai'Jut"a tilde .ck week la"IJkU +s: ',
"Si.- ....,..__.....aV ._._.:;Dyed: .._ ._____very_.*....._..__......'prloe_____1 "'. -' "- --' bank and< 'mack ; r ,1 .
,-9. Army Wool O..reoat.,, 'eIvst Collar.' good leondltU_;,.;,,r I I END-SALE., , . : see .>ew man"eo.fortable'lad in- -c; J
V.. ,S-,' Army Hata, .Have bern, r.- _lc.eV Xtood.' oHdltlon___,../ASU. -t dependent yon .wifl fed u the habit grows and 1is '
: .' H. Arm RaIncoat., good cervleeabi eon ) .U..S. Army Wool Shirts, In good condition- r.palncl., ;Pl\". drab,. ..5 Don't'Yoi Forget. .nltiply., 1c" i iH' !

't "and sanitary. ".Weight lib.., Order'three or tour,' .. they Jiot :only" move, the: (bowels A 'Art '
; _.._.__. .. .. __ '
will be scares thl..winter, -- --- _J-._ TJW- but the !'a n d
Improve appetite SfAJElWlKKISSIMHEE I
It. 8. Army Commercial' OBEY Blanket. Good Condition.o_' : ; "
: : ISELLS n.,8. Army Regulation ComfoUs' Oll.e 'Drab and ."'101'.. dealg-n ., . /I strengthen' the digestion -They'eott' } : :I OF:. 1'

e I : : : ''v.U.'.B.Good'Army aervleeable H.ater.. -condition"COLE"shla.t4No.full vise' 1*-E-Nlok.f\'I'rlmmed.Renovated.\ >.......""'-.._.' ;Has. > I ain no pepsin ort>ther digestive torment (I '
: 'I' t' ., '4 I.'wee .' but strengthen the stomach anenable'It'to < '
,. Incbbt..h"' lacb.. Inallie. .Aa .xo.neat .tC/Ve. OOOd ,' \ '
and' S SS condition .': : . : .,...0 perform. its,, functions. : '
Fire// Life.; Accident .t1,,8. LUN HBTABt.No.1.aUrch. highfelnce.. -
.. . Inside ._ ,_.___---___-___:..+.=..--..----, .._,_..........._.........._... ,LIla 1 naturally.; :
Health, Plate Glass Liar: <\J. 8. Army Heater, BIG SEVEN No. 12.; a( Inch**. high it Inohea "
;: '' ,
w,'C.i Rood aervleeablecondition. Burn wood .or eoal.-Io\OO a
. .
POCKJflTTCNIVKS.SlJio. ,..n. SlJta..SSJBl" U.. a>,Army,,KolTea.r > '. "
x bility > 'itie'eschi! an. for.tx.per do.e nr.:...._,._..... .r--. ...?.._ 1 ;J15rl, .. RESOURCES .$75,000..00. Capital $100,000.00- '' .,
a dBolterlnkuranee. ii: U.' ,IARMYFORKS lee each, see> for .Ix. '''pero' .en..__;TII.19! ; a
\. ,,,, + toLegal V> NJAttUY.huMERT, ; SPOONS S. eachir per 'dOll.n._ .____--._ ',... V *" *" !
Bon d. 'ExecutedSame V. a ARMY'WOOL UNDERWJ.-Clean..and.Baaltaryv, ; Good. II. 'Ii : ,: .... ,
,' condition Betterorde> -a few, pairs, SO- per, srarment.per'It' ratJAtT Officers us! Directors i iC q'-y.

Day..Needed.: :' 8.tnaterlal..1I ARVTCOOT6W"3RE pair -.,.--..-:..-.irtJ...-_,;_-*.Clean.__ ..iIood..-<._n.CenbltlonH.avr;_.;_:l__;__;:_____ ns!' .... peile :"A. CABSON/President. M. KATZ and E. L..;'LESLET,'V.Pi. :;. '
"WRITE) FOR. CATAJXX3-TERlfa .Caab ,Ith..prcs.. .. 'D -
neferenceany 'I JEFFORDS Cashier i' .
t t ) ..,...bankpla )iGr.enTllle.vIncJude.-j>o stag When ordering1' (rood. s.ntiby, y 'SCALED TMSONDT ', (1
OFFICE Stall :Bilk.'B111dIK-' .P"-DCj.. ,post.<< ; .TOuiMONET'BA"i_- : .' . 5 ATVOURMAXWELL GllC'CtRS I N. B CARSON. M. KATZ,
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If you have anvthinf to .ell, trade Sr : Jr.'.WADE TUr ,rDtnctag.'
. 'Reroenibei..,-.:.T...''Envni....'J311J"; r Power''or'th ''Goernmeat'ensbiei I CQfFCE : . .
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GAZETTE; FRIDAY. ,JANUARY.I'.' 120' t; l Y, r'Q

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; Glad To Praise 1 . .. ,5 ..I..:'""

: : the New' Year Right \,.JACKSONVILLE The.''New MAN.Remec'y'' SAYS' THE: r 1 Electrical Goods"i* : e4.1,


I No medicine over Intrduced her
: ( : rung into anch favor aa Deco. ( ,1.<<
A' Hardy .... IThe'
i' BUY HOME , a day p. but, some per- '
of the excel
5emtdropUlnD tee Westinghouse. Electric '
produced for American Beauty. Universal and ., : ""
Lfi them." It'. cleans out the system; ofIfmpurttlesl' Irons are nOw in our stock. These are ajl first class! goods. None better . .:":i'

:sends increases new energy'the bounding appetite made., You will get,a good implement"no matter which you .j'\, ';

Real :Estate :Rentals and Investments through .every nerve. It restores the choos And then there'is the Benjamin Two Way Switch: and the ._
kidneys to healthy action and makes ....
t ,.. I'the sluggish. .liver, awaken.. .:Relieves ''Double Doty Switch, cither,of which will allow you to run a light, .

Indirection' gaa on,.the atomach. andconstipation electric ha or fan and i talk- at the sam time- Betides these we Ii,
f ; ';' ( ':" Oar I iA ; quiet thI ,- nerves and '' .
"f Tliali Business' t ;
,!, ., ( I promote..odnd. refreshing sleep Itfcta jfep- Rosettes, Cord Camps,, Fuses, Loom. Etc: ,
j ) 1. - I. r ,.. I, .'. .l' JI.t. t; om the biood and banish.sea;
f', . \ earth and rheumatism from the sys ,
and G pod Homes fora' r on : tem. -' One"Of the recent. endorsement
J' -' for Investment* in Gty Property ;. arm or: Grove or given for it printed hers"When : '

It : -*''. ,;near good brick,roads. leading to town*for Timba1'Cut.OVcr'.. '" .I-_- any Baskets.1
long' .
4 suffered the
l Lands for Pasture and Cattle Ranches, see us '. I pains atlat have been mine, than h finds '
a wedieto I' '
; -+ that maker life worth > / "
It' living '."gain''''I think it his duty to In the matter of Baskets invite the inspection of the following .
peat out and tell other sufferers I we .
i .H rdqAn.detsolftl. Co. .bout'' this medicine said M!. 'J. B. sort: -
:W Friddriev. .whoa* address ia P, 0., Box Bushel Baskets.
401, Jacksonville Fla., who I. well
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known in this city.; V.. Laundry Baskets.
t. : EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE I' t "J>reevthe' new herbal. medicine ""V.: ," "' :\ Cash and Carry, Baskets, plain. ""

: ',PILLCY BUILDING B OAD"AY'' KISSIMMEC, FLA. baa Medicine done I more ever'took good'fo,">" he me'than continued.any' "*H>. '\ Cash, and Carry Baskets colored. '

"Reallv) I'am feeling;better than I *%, Watte Baskets.'wjre. * ";,
r." :. a a". '" have from for rheumatism a long time.,* I have'suffered ., "*X' -k* Waste Baskets colored, wood. .
a.long time: .
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,i ; 1 pains in my back and limbs, Fn fact, '- .,'
MISS MARGARET SLATTERY IN MEMOR1AM., 1 wae full of pain allover.. Constipation -
s ii TTERTHAN'I'I|I SPEAR FLORIDAOne bothered me very much 1 aqd '
Mrs. EtI be'"t.'hii. Dale..) I I was nervous and my,appetite *r.s The Hunting Season ., ,
I I of the foremost women in the TO live beautifully walk humbly -I all gone and I couldn't sleep well.
-4 WHISKEY JJ1R J i United States ia Miss MargaretISUtterywhoisjlO -to serve truly-to die peacefully I I heard so much. about Dreco that ,.
l .:speak throughoutthe -such i* the record of this good I decided to try it, and it'certainly '
.. has is not over yet and wish to remind friend that we have ..
state in the interest-of 'the woman -Aa-a-mother,..her.jongand helped me very much. The*constipation ; we our "
{: COLDS AND FLU1 i I World Service Program of the> Y. daughters will cherish the .memory -U;;all ] -appetlte--' tee -a.goodsupplyof best-Ammunition,.made anywhere. __ '
W. C. A. during the month of Feb of her tender love and care. Surviving and the rheumatism never hurts me .
J. I I ruary. her are the following children! now. I am happy to endorse. such"4 -
Miss Slattery la known internationally Mr. Will Dale, of Miami Miss Lily splendid remedy."
; .New,;Elixir, Called Ajspiron. I as a leader of young women. Dale Mr. Harry Dale and Mr. G. Dreco doe. not contain' any mer-
'! al Medicated :With Latest Her lecture field which extends over H. Prather of Kissimmee. Aa a potash or other harmful miner .
the United States and, Canada includes friend and neighbor Mrs. Dale'a usefulness ; no add *nor+'dope'of any kind Osceola Hardware Co
(. Scientific Remedies, Used Sunday achool: conventions sincerity and unvarying and will not affect a'weak.heart.'
... ';' .and Endorsed by European forum.; theater meetings for kindness are traits worthy of remembrance IDreco is now sold by all good ,
women and practically* every. line of and emulation. i druggists throughout the country
K t 'and American 'Army uplift work. Misa ShUery's books Mrs. Dale was born in London, and Is highly) ,recommended! in KiaBlmmee Located on Kissimmee's
f.f; ;' 1 Surgeons' to Cut Short a are widely read several of them being England on July 6th, 1848. Com by the Central Drug Store.CALICO .
l i% Cold and Prevent translated into Chinese. Japanese ing to America in her early marriedlife BUSIEST CORNER
Compli-. and'Spanl/h. Her better known the family settled in the West MILL ENDS. GING
cations: book are "A Girl and Her Religion" but after a few years came to Florida HAMS, PERCALE AND ONE 'MIL. I
t- -T'. """ -- '-Jun-yer--tho-,"_.and .The_American and for more than thirty. yean LION OF 10 AND 20 YARD .
Every,Druggist) in U. S. Instructed Girl and Her Community." her nome has beenIn- Kissimmee.: LENGTHSr4Sc5eANDZ5e VALUES .
where she has been loved and honored
Miss Slattery will be in Jacksonville .
q to Refund Price Feb. 4th, Gainesville the 6th, these many years her life full of - -.
While you Wait at CountY i Kisslmmee the 6th, Orlando the 7tb.i kind deeds aa well as -kind words. RAILROAD FARE AND Jl.OO :
Ever minister to the sick BROOMS FOR ZZc-FREE GASOLINE /
i Daytona the 8th Bradentown the9th .
w If Belief Does Not Come. Tampa the 10th Dunedin the and suffering there are mare, 'to TO AUTOISTS COMMENCING WE have a ,large local and northern : : t
Within' Two Minutes. llth Clearwater and St. Petersburg speak of her help and y at THURSDAY '
pt ;. her
: the 12th Fort Myers the 13th Arcadia such times, and aa long aa .
Delightful Tastd'Immediate the 14th. strength permitted, her aid was never DEPARTMENT STORE. connection, and can sell your : : i
I Th Y. W. C. A. is unusually fortunate lacking to assist. the .poor and PLANT CITY FLA. BIG-MILL- .
; ? ,Belief. ,'Quick Warm-Up.. i in securing Miss Slattery for helplets. I END-SALE.. A
this'tour. Mrs. Dale was a member of the property for you. List it with Us, i :

r.. :The: aeasatioa of the 7..... fa thoeInIe Methodist church and until her MISS RUTH SIMPSON IS NEW :
trade' ia Aspiroaal CALICO, MILL ENDS. GINGHAMS health failed was actively engagedin
l tr ninat* cold..sad. eough' nltevertwee PERCALS AND ONE MIL- church work.' But her increasnig TEACHER ST. CLOUD HIGH :, giving full particulars.
r Infirmities during her last few years -
thoritatively tJa. laboratories
LION OF 10 AND 20 YARD C. E. Yowell county superintendent '
; tested, approved and oat prevented her regular' attendance at
C athoaiasUeally endorsed,by the alga- LENGTHS,45c, 35c AND ZSc VALUES church services, and she wa able to of the schools of Osceola county. / Yours very truly,
9t set authorities, -_4' proclaimed 1 by>> FOR IZIA YARD-FREE be presentonly occasionally. As has announced the appointment of. ':p
4 r th* eonuaoa people aa tentime* aa4jniekand RAILROAD. TARE AND $1.00 the close of life approached on Sat: Miss. Ruth Simpson. of Pembroke, N. :. '
.f set ve.aswhlak.y! reek urday, Jan. 10th. 1920 this mother C., as teacher In the high school at The Central Florida Real Estate i :
22c FREE
aadJy.: or, any other.e.ld4 cough whose years numbered over ',threescore St. Cloud to succeed Miss Harriet : .
'remedy. they, have ever tried. ._ LINE'TO AUTOISTS COMMENCING and ten surrounded by her devoted ,Myers, resigned. /
.., All ,drug' store* are now supplied THURSDAY JANUARY 1St;. Me- children,. passed, away her Superintendent Yowell states that I & Investment Co. -
with .tit* wonderful aew, elixir, ao allyou CUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE. spirit returning unto the God who practically all of the text books have :
have'to do to get rid of that eold it. It is when on* sails been received by the achool of thecounty .
gave aa up- Orlando Fla.
PLANT ,CITY FIJL-BIG-MILL- and educational affairs George Applegate : ,
ia to step into the nearest drug store, on a river running into the sea on are : A
aaad th* clerk half a dollar for a bottler END-SALE. either side of which aN overhangingrocks now running smoothly. For a time . ('< J,*<
'two Aspiroaal aad wkh toot I or threatening shoals, but as the Osceola county schools were seriously ....... ....... oo..o ............. ... ....... . ..* *
f teupoo.taltl tee AT ,MANHATTAN .HOTEL. these. aTe passed we go out,,into the embarrassed by the delay inreceiving wn!
f ula these books, the blame for
of water ia a glass. ,Withyour fathomless abyss of the ocean. There
wateh la your hand, I take th* drink A. (f. Long of Topeka Kansas,i was no rude awakening, startling' which was laid .t''the door of the 0 B < *j C00 4 0i.00 0f ;'.
at on* swallow sad call for your money who is the owner of property in the shock or terror aa w* passed out Into governor who at the time the selections -
,bark la two 'minutes If ,'eaaaot should,have been mad., was in :
; Fort Myers section, I. a guest at the the dark deep sea. The great
feel yonr cold fading away like a dream' Manhattan hotel for a few, days, waters simply took us In. Life has North Carolina, telling the people We Are Agents For y-
1 I. within the time limit., Don't be baaafal + prior to going to Fort MY6n'for an been likened to this river running to there about the high coat.of. !living! : ",
7 ; .for aU druggists invite you and extended stay.' Ohio. and Illinois the seat We need not fear the deep which resulted 1*.achl' . ,*f' I,
'r;' ").expect 'you ,to try, it., Everybody' people have di.conred..tho advantages water for they simply mean the Florida borrowing_ teach'otlar'a Lakeland
t ... . I leaning Steam Laundry \ I
hew ; ,of Kisslmmee a. ,a'''winter' resort larger, fuller Iif.,'tbe life in which books',! over one anotheraahoulders : \ ,
;'W four eold ;or ouga la re-' to ,study and also being
t Tleved. and over a half ,dozen haveleased' there; ia fulness of joy the life '
\ ......,to take th*..wlto'.4 remainder of babiee the bottle houses here for the season.: where there'. are pleasures for ..r- taught f by the_blaekbosrd.methoL: : .
l roar for .
I William "
They are Peterson and wife, i J
apiroaal effective, la th by easiest far the astern and most: Brownsville ilL; 'Vr. and ,Mrs.: .LId. "I more.boy'not'the'way.I airs'going,' CALICO, .MILL-; ENDS. CIN&: : I I .,....,a Nckata at r.--Dlry pre-i. Wale ',

.- n'' 1 ..\.moet agrMabl* eeld aad to.take.eo. 11. It"and......tae Low, 'Bethanyv-Ohio: Mrsv. Em- But well do,"know my Guide, / HAMS, PERCALS. AND,ONE. ', MIU : I \ '
:' '-"'\. ,Jot,infants aad ohfdaon.Adr.1wt. .471 ma Crane, Mrs. W. A. Brant Mrs With a childlike faith i I: giv* ,ray- DON OF 10 -AND .iO YARD : 3
M. A. Brant and the Misses TinssndAlphur'Brant . Skraniai Wejattiqr ... ,....
'. .: . .. . . hand \' 4. k LENGTHS 45c 35e AND 25< of Hamilton, Ohio, To the dear friend at roy .lde:.
: -':::;;? i);.* A':'large" 'acreage and. SMlbyYill.,.1Dd.. 1 The only tbin .I say to\.Him,'. FOR 12e' A ,YARD-FREE : ; ,FrILyrI Lamadry. will ... U called : \ .
,..,',In: .the 'Barber aectlon will be '.Others at the'Manhattan hotel are: At he take ft:', Hold it. fast; RAILROAD FARE AND ,. _$1." : r
,planted .to watermelona, and': sweetpotatoas. Mn. H. N.,Ess, Centralia Mo.: Mrs;:., Suffer me not to lose the way,.: BROOMS FOR'ZZe-:.FREE GASO- ..,. .f. tea <.curved. :... Mt- _:_ $. .:.a
1 ., Farmera.'"' breaking land 'Maria,X HAH,East Hartkord,.; I But bring m*..hornat, ,last.?., LINE TO''AUTOISTS COMMENCING : "....1.
A. Bogga Olney. Ill 'Fred A. Schoffel -
'foz.-.prbte crops Mc-
batb.vaUq// ',' John' C. Schilling and Co.. F, O.. B.. FALLSLEAVES'FOR' GUIRE'S: DEPARTMENT, STORE; ," R. A. SNYDER '
A want ad. Gazette Ryan, V.nam.-L, Ohio} Thomaa Sea : : .
., v ,, I man. Chester, 1 a.; and Joaeph,, R*.. JACKSONVILLE, MEETINGRev. PLANT. CITY FIJL -BIG-MILL- I ,.. .. r
,. '-::' -ent.ywr., room boulet of DaytonOhio. ,. t..
_r- _ . the END- SALE. :>> . ,
,. ___ O. B'Falls; left first of -
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Jacksonville to.attend
'- the week
.:, .f '. . the\Florida:Baptist State convention. COOKED. .CAKE FOOD SALENETTED I Ito

.t \ -Rer. Falls represtnts. the.'''localchurch'of SUM OF SX&SOTit ,_ . .F .:. .... .,.......... ........ ......OO! \ "
tN" VVc : that' denomination the '
now'nave ;
; : complete line ;; : .
cC ' : Wekivaassociatlon: of ,chnrcbea, and cooked food aal. given by'theladies : .
'oi'Jt.'tit ,-<. ; ; ,
"" will b* 'oDe of.'th*' district organis ofth.. Episcopal church and :
,." ': 'i of d ers t*. report: of' th.* .75. their, friends, Saturday-waa: a pronounced 't'r.\ r. .
. '. article .
.. Million. campaign for miaaionav success. Every was / :
'. / .. . .1.1J < 'Bar !Falls stated;that ,the, Stat sold at, an early hour and the neat : 'JI:
{ n the
association reporta an increase of aura of $19.30 ,waa'netted. toward : R.sFLOYJJ:
.' ..-J : ;; I folly fifty per eant. in.mission work rectory fund.'.". " : .
:(' "S. "t : this year, and every department out Mrs.'' 8. H. Bullock MrsJ *W. J. : ,
4 \ : 0" "IS' . '
i4 and
,' I of debt: which without doubt is a Seed, Mrs M. D. Alexanderwere :
; ; .plencU4'roeord." in charge'ofthe aal*'and expressed : : '. ,
t .. '. ,.. .. . :, themselves .. .greatly pleased .+ ,, ,. '...'
1! i *. A' CALICO, MILL' ENDS. GINGHAMS with the resulta. ' -' : . ,:,. r .. 1 fit, ,,'VV ,

PERCALSrAND ONE I MIL.: '.' : / : :
LION : OF ,10 AND, '20 YARD i '.'''," 'r,: .Groceries and 1;j ;' '

+ Queen: 'Quality !Shoes.for;; Women : LENGTHS 45c, 35c AND 25c' VAL . QiUEEZED .. ., .. . 1. '. ".

: UES FOR>'121,,e' A YARD-FREERAILROAD ... .'. .'.. I I" lA,
((4 \ I, Floiresheim' Shoes'/for::Men.* FARE' AND '.., $1.00 : j jc ' \ .'"'" .. J."f.;

t BROOMS FOR' 22e>-FREE GASOLINE TO'JEAm' = \ \. Fresh '

; w: L.?DouglasShoes ForMenBoys: : 'TO AUTOISTS"COMMENCING .. .. Meats :'l

THURSDAY' JANUARY,15th. Me- When th*. bodybegh>s'to'adfen'and .' .
' GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT, STORE movement becomes painful It : \f:
f : These.a're"" 'all 'well known 'high' PLANT CITY,, Fu-BIG--MILI- is usually flrt/kaVKV 1 that'' tics : I ', "! ;
J.I",. .till"; 1 .'quality:': '-brands',and; .our': (styles, .(and ;;END.=,;: SALE.OPTICIAN.-' VISITS- ',crTT.. '<; kidney theM' organs are oat healthy of 'takingGOLD.MEDAL,JCeap.' :. 'phone ,1 fib 302 '

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prices are; right. > , 5r
} .'7. . .' .:. "Dt''. ,O. S. Vaughn optician, withheadquarters . . I ,.
"V WeNav: r YOar.Wamber at: Sanford, waa .iaKlaaimme Aot r' \.
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t1t1 four daya last week onprof.uiOb&1 : .. . ; ,
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1 .l : cities +at..the .'''Central Drag1 Th*world1"standard retadyfcrkUa rand :, .. . v ' ..
I Store, where h* received patients.,. tlv.q, bl.ddet ark add tteaWearramous I ,. .' ;
: 11: C.Stanf: ord.: Co.Tf7 "Dv.,Vaughn, staUa he'will be in ) atne* lOOo. ','r.Mr/atla ty ed. "t. .. "" Na
; ,_ ., ;jKiasiminee: one day'each,week1 heroafter keep ia good. healths. lot taupe eMei aH Get ''Ywr ale ':Pr .titing"From tees,V
.' ,'endeavoring to arrange his affair dragglsta.<. Onanuitaed\ a*. .......,41 11111., . [
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Beginning Tuesday Jan Qtb _

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And continuing for Five Days we will offer the remainder of our FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE. :},i'r r

.1, d including our :complete line of staples, at large reductions.* We propose to make this sale' an Event in,
Osceola county. In view of the fact ,that indications point to much higher: prices for' Spring Goods, '

I J, this will be an opportunity which our patrons cannot afford to miss.


SPECIAL SILKSOur BED SPREADS 'l.r off 1'-5 off ;

27 inch Outing heavy weight entire line including Taffetas Satins, Crepes and Sport Extra value in Bed Spreads _____________?____--__ $1.69 '.' '
a bargain at___..__.___._ ZSc Silks, will be reduced 15. There will also be some extra Suits and, OvercoatsComposed
,specials in this ,department. LADIESjGllOVES :
Some new Spring Voiles in attractivepatterns .
entirely of Hart, Schaffner:
will also be offered at a
reduction. .. WOOL ,GOODS The 'famous Centemeri'. make; 'paranteed against try on. ,at &.Mars and Styleplus: makes; in
,I",1r T* ;:," '.', '" 1-5. off.'H. ?s,, ',:'I .;Serge*.'Worsteds and.other' material l .,
7 1 36 inch half wool Tricotine. a y'ard_' _________.':_._'_.:'\)' 98c _, i' I : 1

: SHEETS ,.,.Several'',pieces of Fancy' Plaids, are an extra,;special. :at.I Kail*; '\ BOYS CLOTHING,
Pepperell, 81x90.1: worth,$2.50 .' '. _' l' ", ' price. "t" '" "" Ii''', :'"' '
at:':,. ____________________$1.98 All other 'wool goods, including well assorted stock S; gei. GINGHAMS About'Sixty Suit*, including a range
, Salem 81x90. worth $2.35. of the well ..knowo'Dubbelbilt. line at'I.S ,
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' at _____________-___.___$L8S AT 1-5 OFF. / No Name Gingham 27 inches wide; ;large assortment I off: Tx _
of plaids ___.:.______.____.,__._.______ 24e
,. Curtain materials including Cre- Best quality Apron Checks, a yard.____.._____. %6: MEN'S HATS
tonnes Scrims Marquisette and Art 32 inch Gingham Renfrew, and Tissues, at 1-5 off. t
Denims, at 20 per cent off. All Shirtings. Denims, Tickings. Ducks and Drillings.. Our stock of Hat, competed"principally '
1.5 off.SPECIAL. of Stetsons, will also: be .reduced
i All white goods including Skirtings SHEETING, BLEACHED at 20 per cent .

Linenes, Linens. Dimities.. Voiles and. 45 inch regular price. 54c at________________ 43c I
Nainsook Checks, reduced 20 per 54 inch regular price. 60c aL._______________ 53c '. OUR STOCK OF .
cent....... 63 inch regular price 75c at _____________..,__ 60e MEN'S FURNISHINGS
72 inch regular price 85c. at___-________.____ 68c A lot of, Children's"Hats and Caps-at ,half:price.. ; .
90 inch; regular price $1.00., at .__,_: ?_-:--__- 80c -Is Complete! Every ParticularSPECIAL. ,

1 a SPECIAL'. \ / PEPPERELL SHEETING, UNBLEACHED. Art Needle Work. 'Materials and ''Knitting Warns .a't .a20 percent .
.. 'v ,, .,
NO 45 inch; regular price, SOc, at_______________ ,40c: reduction:' : :"t '
1 ; our.ON APPROVAL PR EX-f ,54 inch,'. regular*price COc':'aL.______________-_ 486.,, ,Dress: '' Trimmings. Notions'- and: 'other'smell: articles: .'Bradley Sweaters. for Men.Women
4 CHANGED_ SALE:;I PRICES. ._. 60 inch.* regular price. 68c,' at-: __,.':..______- 54e,, ,' ' fSILK' notmentioned !.. and Children,' to ,be; told at 25 pen r 3 iI :
C w. -i 4- -- 1 1-5 If. -f
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t.'f 72 inch regular, 'price at 78c. at._____________ 63c i **.. 0 -* i" .. ., .reduction. ..i "
\ ) 81 inch",regular! ''price 85c. at___._______,______ 68.., .( ; :,:, ., ' \ ', r
,. LACES 90 inch. regular price. 94<:. at._-_.-_._.-.._.--. T5c' ,.,- \; SKIRTS ") : "t -
Hope Muslin 136 ;finches wide, good quality: 1'01 '.. ; SPECIAL
1-5 off. Look for some Specials in duced from 42c; to_.______________________, 34c.. Of Tricolette. Satin.,Crepe; Bar nett s. 'and 'Taffeta,, will. ,.'be' ,I. ,
this department.' Androscoggin Muslin 'extra' i quality, 'regular price marked, . '.down: 14.: '" ''Me.'. Ribbed) Union. $uitt.,
45c, reduced. to ...-_..:_.____.___-_ ___- 3ffc -7 .medium weitthtLin all. % i.,. 4 .
SPECIAL ,. Fruit of the Loom Muslin reduced from 4 c *o.._ 38c' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR : $1.501Quality-'.. ,.for, __.:.....$1.15. ,, ''
Yellow Homespun 3d inches wide >
good quality.
t I 2000 yard, Embroidery; a ,d.,at & at .. ___ ____....______ ___. _____________. 23c Ladies:.and. Children'sMuslin.. , U derwear.' at i 1-5. :off.:' ':. -'
."', SPECIAL Yellow ,Homespuq. heavy ,weight, a; yard_______' 26c i . - ... v' < WORK IIIRTS) ::9 ;
j Lonsdale Cambric regular price' 5Oc., reduced to:.._ 40e'' : : l \, Blue Bell __-,___..._$1JS9 ,
Indian Head 33 inches wide, 45c HOSIERY''II' ;: -
36 inch Bleached u. nice ular'price Defiance heavy' 4
.L.; 1, quality.a yard_ ,,at-______- 20c .reduced. to _and:.._..:____ T.I: .:.__..;.:__:....:..:1V.V: ')3Sc Ladies'Boot t' Silk Hose.'black: :and white only; Alt Calico; dark .... .... .
light .. .
yard. 20e
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-\1 r, All other. hosiery for: Ladies' and Children both. ,'.ilk. '.&Qd'. cot Cheviot. SJ rb.'extra large and heavy. '
A/ BlueBell Shirting plain, and atripe.,regular .price > "" \ .
I : : SPECIAL .40c. reduced c.." :. n'to" ._*_.1 _i*_._._.__.._a-tw.-__**__..._***_'-__i.-t.-...*.*. :*.a.*_32e' ;. ton,"a1* 'o 1-5 off., -" -*''- ;,:' ' I { SPECIAL :;

J Rj' Bleached Sheeting,' 81 inches . ... WAISTS "
r, ., v { l v"'; 'S 1.- : On. ,lot'' Young Men'* Styleptus. f'
wide e. good .quality a yardat LADIES'' COATS. arid; ,SUITS Everything Georgette, Crepe de Chine, and ,Voile:: at,,1-4, ;Ii.- 1 ..Suits,sizes':':34''.to 38.,'at 'half. price.: + r

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1 Lot in Broadcloth Sihrertone itd! Serge"at'1'-3 Off .', J OVERALLS
U Another lot of Serges, excellent weight and' style.; suitable for 'Ladies'',Silk. and Serge:DressesWILL BluevDenim v .', .
i .Overalls 'good 'weight'
SPECIAL Spring 1 I.5'of. '* .
at BE REDUCED 14. union''made I a pair,: forJ2.00' '
2000 yards pf good quality Per All Corsets, 1-5 off. A variety of models,in the well known Watch for some new Spring models '&monll'tLeM. 'There .will All other'work colthes 1-5 off. "'; : v .
f cale. 36 inches wide a yard Gossard. Nem.o, and American,Lady makes.' I also be some, dresses; at' greater reduction. All Underwear, Dot specially';priced...
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She has gone from'here! Philip and all jitneys would have ,to be bonded: . . . . .. . . .. . . . . .: KISSIMMEE' CoNCERT BAND Ff+R' -poatomee'wanding''at'' 6t." ,
: For particular call or write
damsel who in the of $5 000. This Cloud. )
sum .
U the waft ex- .
UINEEYALLEYGAZETTE auperceded by N. Ut. CIO..4. I Jr...
.. strongly. hints,she' wants candy .and orbitant and the ions line of. an ont- PAINTING 'PREJSS '* 'TO RENDER-JAZZ PROGRAM' I. William. 1-1t-pC.1-

.. ......... w-.p .tied.i a 4oy ride3: '"' aide orporationcam' .. ,..,in ,.charging: .. 'FOR+'SALE. ''Klsslmroee- I. -. -
XiXWr_ _. ten cents fare.' just double, did .:ilt+ ..., t : -''-' '. "... Th Concert Band ha FOR SALE-At a bar.aI.n '.roo.. '
i .......=may m.. A communlcaUon from Paris ney amount.,, These busaee..gav* the 0 8-S..olutidn Campbell book'* in rStorfor-.,.-people-, here, and bungalow, nearly new set out to

J w, a. .........' Pro./bat state that France will not object to bend: and a fight was started In and Job Ire.*. Will take 4 0 tourists, something-.,out 'of the ;usual Into buddedr bearinglarge.IU; Btrawbej-rlea, comlnir
M.. 4*. r'.o..Aga.w. --..... the removal of the bodies of AmeriCM which the labor element' took a band & pages of paper No> program of musical treats.; Tues- on corner of Hgbwar; new porch.
,j 1eaeM e . -: ..' .. 1'.11 soldiers who fell ia the world on the side of the jitneys Th* Jitneys 0 reasonable offer refuaed.. If clar..vuJnl'. January 20, it will give swing-! Call or write owner SJ.
,and buried on French: 'SOil. continued to do bnslneajwithsigns'marked you need a press come and. exclusively: which will I' Penfleld avenue. With or' without
an-..t/.. Maas war are furniture. -It-pd.
5ty rl a Ord' c..,.. On. , ...e.L:. .. France: I.' certainly putting nerseU In chalk *n ,th..-Bides look at it: consist. of all popular number The #*0I -
.,. .. Copy ,'.1. Moniks_.--....., a... in a better light with the people of i of the auto that "ride 'were-freev" t t entertainment. will last, for an houror 1....; CLOVD MEAL IMTATn KXCKANOK.ST. : -
d '<,Ds" >*', Tare 1eatha..10 this country generally by her,change : The majority of the people i aided KIS8IMMKB' VALLEY ,GA- more I CtAHlD, rUA.

All *e_..aleatle except from our el mind OB the Subject. with the Jitney and< Instead of tiding ZETTE CO., 5-- -* Leader G.' Shearonse, Jr., 'and BAUD-:Four; lots 'on New -Ttfrk'avenue.*..... '_r..........,. .... k_ free (eft nlckles, dimes and quar .' -.' 0 memben of the organization& ask ,FOR"' 'II each. Nothing! wrong

;, .. .1\...,....ey..* matter the writer.will aoiVereeJle4er. erred Congressman John Henry; .Smith. ters'.and sometimes a dollar ear theseat . . . . ... . .. . . . . that resident of Kisslmnve and about them except. the price, which
..>... .. ,. . wick stuck1 'close to his desk during of"the .Jitney-beelde the driver. .It. : surrounding 'country ;\ attend' and If I I. too Estate.eheap. Must be gold to! eloee
o did A test of the ordinance it ARMY FLYERS HEREAFTER thereare',any ,special requests. for an building close to :
and not BRICK' PogtOrnce.
the Christmas holidays ONE
l' (......* !.,the ....f... al $.1... '
ryy -- .. ,........ aa aeoeod-eiaee yatter.r ;) go to ."" Pengacola. . home.- But. hewill to b*. unconstitutional and now, the i : ,DAMAGED ,MACHIME: complied popular music. 'they.The will band be 4 cordially I ent. Terma, both.,Four room lots rented'a1 adjoining }pre thepoet
nave"to back' track: this ,cam- bus line has reduced Its far .to five -, I :with of flee-the heart of., the Du. .
+,ll ti ,l rl peign. ,The reason is B. 8. Hancock, cent to meet the jitney fstr. *, Fred Woodard. G. M.? Fox, and: ally the 'only amusement offered nags section--at a very "reasonable
t postmaster whom ',he helped to depose '' Thea* 'unpleasant happening* prove William Boyd; '-array''flyer from : tourist here.- except the moving ,picture TIrIC'cnE.

; MtB RI U,.gir. t- ran against him th.t.the people in the amafle.title Arcadia Field .r* at: the Graystone: : bouse, and i* deserving.of the dry eloee-to Stood town.pine 'f1 pert acr.and.
for congress and will show, Smith- of Floirda with 'everything favorable hotel for a few day*. Saturday'' the' unqualified support of the .people of ONE OF the leading Fir Insurance

711b wick a rapid gilt to tha. .s 7 live happy -live. *..d machine 'piloted, by Mr. Wtoodard X1 al1ftm... IlAsenclee 14 this ,lowly, well' tab-'''
I w 'e free fern strife; and care. went down in a swamp about a mil and]' Rental :Colleetlna-

'249 .a> b.-embarked on (" .. and .a.half -east of_Kl slnrft>..,. .because I. ,$.you have anything to **11, trade TAX.Airenoy FATING. .doing- a. ipood H"2'
the U. 8. army transport "Buford" CAm OPENS CAMPAIClC: the supply of gas became exhausted or exchange try our claaslfied. column A. B. DROUGHT II...
I "Ark" of the soviet, as it was called, .. and minor damages sustain It
; ramlta. M borne at Hammock
r for Governor Sidney J. Catt formally bring FOR 8ALK- .
banned from America conspiring Gro e. lust limit., 'on
against the government, must opened his campaign for' United Messrs. Fox and Boyd came up Subscrtb the' Dlxl. Highway-St. Cloud and
'i have .been a motley-; crowd. Their States senator at, Bonifay.: 'Hex' did from' Arcadia Field .with' gas and for the Valley Caietto. Melbourne road. wide Family verandasalt residence! ,

parting troubles, rTo hell with Am- not make any announcement as to' parts' to repair the machine. They round fully furnished the house, which' Is beantlt,
erica" and "Long'live the revolution hU platform aside .from saying the will return to their headquarters fully located among; large oaks,

in the United States.". :-were a ,fittingfarewell was opposed'' to, .the league of ,nations > same time this week.,: j'-. .; its Classified Advertisements flowing: well, artesian water, About(
I of those who uttered,them. That,naturally will cause) the Others at the Graystone: are' H. J. .' aa-e TO acres and of aervanfe land hammock quarters. .prairie

:_ FRIDAY,.JANUARY, 1920 allies in Europe :to feel downcast. Wood,' Baltimore; C.,;A..Porter, Wateka. and muck. Oood schools Address/
The Gainesville; Dally'Newa commenting Yet none of the.Florida correspondents 111.; J. F. Thornton, Norfolk LOST A. R! Drought, ..KIsslramee'Fla
Prisoner In Polk county Jail con upon the candidacy of Cary; 'for the London ''Times orTParis: Va.. Mr" and Mrs..J. C.' Boa Gastonia NOV. SI WH lroT through In auto
{ ducted a still right under the .her- A. Hardee for governor says: "The Echo have cabled the dismal intelli- N.'C.; R. '0.' Post Sulphur . from KlB.: lmm.. to Hmlnn City. FOR cleared IIALWl-JlI..t and under: heat aeree;1 II acres acree In
iff noM; That official must haveM of Aitiardee genett across the >Atlantic. ' Id. Lost a Or" black leather hand .
political platform Hon. Cary ; Springs,' : Byron T. Post Sulphur contains valuable onir "'arln..raa g-rovei .'00 worthof
been suffering;from, a cold, !in the ? leading' i candidate fork goy Th4 governor devoted a greater Springs, Ind.; Raymond Potts,''Cle... to-owner.soma llt.oe paper reward for recovery I -cypress timber on atraotllae r.

head. .*. -.:.. ..k. smor in the June primary, part of his remarks to what he did mont.'lII. y., Edward Lasber.Tlvoli ,of?same.__B. K. NoblltU M :D.'M head room of...cattle... and and .a food bunch of
;fJ V' r : t lished in last Saturday's News, has as trovernor. How. he made Florida"dry" N. Y.: Chauncey Dykeman; Eliza- } range boas loose en the rangm,
I ''Green hat moved across the street the true ring' to it. As he truly says, and kept. the county officerson ville. N. t-tLouis. Myers, -- Farming tools and ,Implements. Located
4 'to the yellow frame building i* a their HUdaon'l : WANTED. I near Kenanavllle. Prloe ,10'
the paramount issue in this gubernatorial Jobs. Twelve headded, N. Y.; Harrr.T. Cramer., l'- half cash, balance terms to ...It.- B.
y \sign on a vacant tore in Kluimmee.'Green campaign, isgood govern* ,. were now on the ."mourners bench"because Pa.; W. I. Yarborough : -One or two good milk H. Guy Kenansvllle. Fla. i-tf
follows the appropriate calling ment, and Cary; Hardee is the man their official actions did not Ga.; George H.-1)'e.le. Valdosta..;1 ,,..w.: Pbon. ISO. 6tf.

Mc of painter. to see that the same is administered.He please him. H. H, Moore\, Cleveland 0.; John I II WANTED-Worn*n for nvrie. Must SAW MILL In good condition. complete
I is a man of his word and his These will likely support him forsenator Wade and H."C.' Jones St. Paul I'I b. .tron r. Pull pay. Training not small mll'c.p..y ten boiler totwelve
EdwarLL.Edwardegovernor: elect I. elecUon-jvouldimean.to_ ''lorida against Fletcher like the Minn.; Mrs. F.' M, Leete Omaha..t' neoeuary.. l>. O. Box: $7. ,at. Cloud. ena-lne thousand carriage feet.edges Includnir, and other-
r Cf New Jersey. la starting; a- campaign : I. ban any other one thing that could old-woman who Tcept taVern-iHTVlrginia 1- i_ r 4-lt-pd.. parte-- mplete.- -Also--- sevsn- -goodmules --
J. for five per cent In his state. happen during the year of 1920. -like h-. Mrs. J. WJarfel. Erie. Pa.; and Mrs WANTED-General servant whinwiinted -, two tog carts, harness andtwo

lie mud want to outdo Florida as. apopular Let s all put our shoulders to the Catts declared he was a people's E. M. Fahenstock.. Lancaster Pa.;, winter home for Northern family with monte wasrona.BprlnKa.Just Applv Out B.out M.of Hearn.Allamonte Alia-.

. resort. wheel and land this ideal man for man while Fletcher was a plutocratand burndale. Oood at home Winona Park. Au- Springs, Fla.. or J. L.
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r; s the: Governorship at the head of the wore a corporation collar. PACKING HOUSES BUSY no children. -Write W. R. Olrens. | Phillips .* Co., Klsslmmee, Fla. (>4t
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher has Florida State government." He, also made friend. with' the MORE FRUIT YET TO, SHIP Auburndale, Fla 4-8t. -
,r been offered the post of ambassadorto press of the state by announcing FOR SALE-One half block. cornerB.y

; "t .> Italy. Wonder If Catts did not Tourists accompanied by their that certain papers in the large cities Notwithstanding- the lateness of WANTED-HAVE. YOU ANYTHING 6 room-and and 1 room.Two houses Price ;$one*.

< ask President' Wilson to bait the senior children have .found extreme diffi belonged to corporations and were the season Kissimmee's: packinghouses US. H.TO W. SELL? LIST WITH Evelyn Valdea, Sit Cypress St. l-tf
i senator from; Florida In finding living' /-mccommoda- opposed to his candidacy and the CO
culty continue: .to. send Florida's REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS. FOR BALE-One Emerson Typewriter
tion. during the past week and one "little country editors" imitated the luscious fruit to northern markets. 1 model three, visible, .. rood as new.
f : The youngest son of Governor party actually is said to have returned big dailies and fought him because: Both houses are employing regular WANTED-To tret In touch with par- Apply Valley Oasette. tf-
k Catts has been appointed harbormaster to her northern home all 'because they hoped to get a little advertising crews, all about one hundred men, tie desiring lighter-wood" . ,In strans
): at the port of Key West. from the off ltlnch; fena-th.' ..f.r.o sell In FOR MAL.ID-Seoond-hand "0.-4 can
4* ,Likely the next veneration will be.taken she brought two fine, bright corporations.And : and are getting out, about three cars lot one t. flvetran.'or'jnore. J at attractive prl..... Oeceols. Motor
looking, well behaved boys with her. while in Bonifay Catts fur- per day. I*, Barktr/s),* l' (Ott.WANTBD Co., '07 roadway.
:. ., up and gandson wtyl get a job. lad she not been accompanied by ther endeared himself to Sheriff Tom Most of the oranges from L:this
*''*- BBBBB SBBSBMBSlgB gM these interesting- youngsters the Johnson, and County Jude_,Tew by section., handled by" the .ExcMnglpacking -Twobtoflve million feet FOR SALR- -Palmer Oas Engine, one .
$160,000-; Leeta-leaf Yellow with aaUCo
"C" -
'Glass Pine timber. Addee. m
-000.!Secretary; urges doors of many a home would have putting them on the grill in secret houses will be on the market .. with full partlculnrs. stating per -Tank.: th".h .lO Irooellerwheel.
for Aus-
() be used food relief
to as been opened to her. Is Kissimmee .in session about prohibition violators. by the first of February; except whether round or boxed; If under tTI.OO; one Palrrer "E" 1\k
-tria. If the Hun had bee victoriouswe a class by herself in this barring of It i* known the governor demandeda the alentias which_ *f I.a.. 'Include map showing: locale h.p. Copper Tank Propeller and
are course
) a .
bark from ... Delivered at NO. 14
would now be eating rigid enforcement railroad. hardfoaO. ... share 'lilt.
where more of the
children from houses rooms dry late fruit. of'grape
coffee. Theshlpmel'lt estimate, price and terms.P.. O. Darlington Ave.. KI..lmm.>>. 4-41.
y ',trees and drinking saw' and apartments are let or is it a laws and did not go to the dictionary fruit will continue well through Feb- ,Box 5T. Tampa. Fla. t-tt.. -
it : common condition to be encounteredby for soothing words to express him- ruary. : 17 ACRES floe land. 1 1-1 miles from
Insure advises ,from. the. Hague travelers. If' this condition prevails self. It was also noticeable that theIIherlft' The Exchange. packing house Is WANTK -FURNISHED 'HOMES. Klsslmmee. located on line brick
state medical commission would road. 40 feet. about two
'i : a as is generally supposed, the and Judge wore relieved expressions making record season already APARTMENTS OR ROOMS. SEEH. acres
William Hohenzollern a having lame bearing" orange trees, and 1
not declare .
outlook for such people who desire when Catts embarked upon handled some 115 Car of fruit. W. ANDERSON CO. REAL acre of young budded trees, lineshade
l ,mentally competent. The question to spend some of their time and incidentally the train and was being whirled The Mach: Bros-Bronson packinghouse ESTATE 'AND RENTALS.MISCELLANEOUS about the premises, liable.Karate. .
-.arises was he ever mentally competent - chicken house, excellent
? money in the sunny South away Bqnifay. have handled between! 16,000() : well built two story house, seven
,; aWilliam ill not exactly exhilarating. If they and 17,000 boxes, which Is estimated ,. large' rooms besides two nice porches y
) is their children they are ostracism MRS. SUMMERS 'ENTERTAINS at-about half its fruit for the sea 'OSCEOLA. Bee FERTILIZER F. H. COq good (ismade. bath: room, closets three open
Jennings Bryan reported Lawson. I-tf. fire places beautiful suburban
as declaring he ia not a candidate from homes of comfort, thought WILLING WORKERS. son. It will be busy for-a numberof i home 10 minutes drive from town
I for the democratic nomination really is a hanging offense to get weeks yet shipping both oranges FARIER8--8..nd today for a free quarter mile from Ry. station
1 sample copy of the Florida Farmer school and church Rood neighbor
rid of them. The situation sounds and
,for presiaentvjrhis: will likely be sad The Willing Workers a class of the grapefruit. I and Stockman published st Jack hood. Price SB.OOO on favorabln
new. to Champ Clark who has a po- ridiculous but does not seem to be a Methodist Sunday school: which exemplifies ACHIEVEMENTS sonville. Tells about livestock. reusing terms of payment..
laughing matter to the parents who its held enthusiastic SOUTHERN dairyingpoultry, citrus fruit FINK I.ITTLB farm right outside city
(filial: harpoon. out "for the . name, an and trucking, weekly, at 11.00 limits,
are seeking a solution to the vexing JN LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY I peryearthree nicely Improved and can l>*
meeting at the home of the years for IJ.CO. Only had at a bargain price and Immed
A child labor day has been designated problem. There should be some way teacher Mrs. C. H.- Summers Tuesday livestock and general farming paper late possession. Come let us show
by the National Child Labor of caring' for those visitor during' .afternoon, when the officer Careful estimates indicate that the In the state. Write today. you a comfortable nice little home

'Committee.' 'It is urged that it be their stay here. This is not a fanciful were elected and other. business arranged. South produces nearly a third of thehogs FOR RENT -- with ,chickens all ready, cow with horse garden and furniture
observed in churches January; 25V in proposition, rut is the 'real thing and cattle in-the United States, ingIS BOO. grow-
'synagogues. in all and Kissimmee might start a' new'ad Katherine McKay .will be president or not far from a ,billion dollars FOR. 8ALB-One set slnerle harness FINK TRIJCK end dairy farm located
preparing especial accommodations worth The lands of Southern and good phaeton. Will sell or close, to Klssslmmve, one line
January by a'
9 schools ..nd'club.. ,26. for the coming year with Etta Mates trade. M. D. Alexander. 6-It. brick road. Rood house, fine rich
"childrenare adapted
for f.milieaJ where Mae Sush vice-president; Kathleen Coastal are particularly soil very cheap and on easy ',payments. \
The weather man bas-been especially welcome" would replace the rule Cleckuey secretary and SallierrLed- to the industry. At the recent FOR HAI.E-Tiulck Roadster In Rood Come let ue show you.
now in use,1' "No children or'dog al- International Livestock Expositionin condition. First $UOGt.k..It. Come. spLKNDin COTTAOK: Of six rooms.
better treasurer. .
kind to the would-be truckers .quick. J. I., care Oasette. all ...
1 good condtlon Dixie
I,- this, ...IIOD- and has fixed up conditions lowed." It wouldn't be a bad",Idea' if There are twenty-one members Chicago, stock breeders south of 4 blocks from court on house Highway allnicely
: about right for the cabbage Clssimme were to become known enrolled 'in this class It was decided the Ohio Rive took nine grand DWELLINGS. for' rent Apply to ItTiller. i furnished good new garage' '
'crop'and the spring potatoes which throughout the state as the place to hold regular business meetingsto championships which were awarded nee youngtrees, pretty home, only
will be planted within the next ten where families could find pleasant : plan the activities of the organization as follows: Shorthorn bull and cow FOR SALE;Just a real like snap.taking You candy will froma buy

days. accommodations.: One merchant is which win occur on the seo Hereford bull. Abe..deen.Angu. bull this If you want a bargain. t
ti the fur 'Percheron Duroc boar SINGLE COMB Brown Leghorn Eggs SEVEN ROOM modern. home,
said to be contemplating ond Tuesday of each month.At mare, Jersey for hatching IS for well lo
''.;. The President's'coal commission nishing "several flats with a view .the close of the meeting this Poland China sow and t Hampshireram post *MS. O. F. $1.00 KIs.slmmee. parcel cated.lot. nee Immediate bearing orange possession trees; S17KO.lacare

wiH conclude its labors within sixty of assisting such travelers, and we week Mr. Summers served her and ewe., sit,. Terms on most of the price If de
'days. That seems fair enough'to the predict his venture'would prove a guests with sandwiches and punch. This is conclusive 'evidence that FOR HALF!-Fine sired.
residency property ( ACRES close to the
the South is fully awakened to the cry owned by a
Ratifying' financial success.STREET' .
people .living in the cold sections quarter-block seven roomed house, non-r..ldent. very cheap. most
I By, March 12 next winter will be t. WINTER VISITOR DIES Importance of the livestock industryto ; orange trees pecan-tr...., live. oaks, old terms. If taken now. any
v this section: It is a source of flowers vines. shrubs. Garaaje.woodshed II ACRES on brick close In. richest
over and in' the CAR' TROUBLES.
nearly meantime theminers
__ and two
rooms In land In Florida: fine place for home.aTe.IIbt.r"i.lnhOW .
tremendous wealth and unquestionably 'selling
will bs digging' coal rear. Reason for property
4 | Kissimmee Is fortunate in many A, S., Steiner,. of Pittsburgh who has a big futureManufacturers too large for present. owner. Applr you M here ."

Victor Berger has.again,lf.been ex way and' has a distinct advantageover haa been' coming to Kissimmee for Record Baltimore; Md1 Valley Oasette. l-tf. NELSON REALTY COMPANY

eluded from the house. Once more other Florida cities in that the the.; .", winters for several seasons HEALTH HINTS.. -
'The in- municipality, does not have street car passed away' at his apartment in
.. -vita bins diown to balmyWFlorida only controversies' threats to raise the Thompson building about eleven (From ,the State Board of Health.) "
"" he "for.. o'clock Tuesday morning. Mr. Steiner '
would the" :
be human transpor.atlori.
;; ** as.the'proposed price '
'. ,- leper colony the government ., .With' good; sidewalks and has been .in ill health for year !Public health i is a matter of .Individual -

liattemptedto ...tablll h.Jn this i ,state. street, residents can go to their and cam south for that reason. lie 'responsibility." Low Priced Groceries
., destinations propelled ,by the power: lad been suffering' from a recent at- 'Typhoid fever Is preventable' ,:
: :..Another accident- resulted In' FlorIda nature"endowed them., Ii tack .of'' heart 'trouble but 'was disease., -The State,Board of Health ;. ,
If this week which resulted In the Not so 'in the case of 'two of the thought' to.-be better when' he closed, furnishes the vaccine. Do your part -
,death or serious injury of four Leading'.cities of the state. Jackaon-'I' his eyes for the long sleep.. ?:Th human body ia a delicate machine 11. ,$

young'people less than .fifteen-yeses ville. 'and Miami are, the Mrs.' .Steiner, and their, son Frank the and will.given' function it. in..proportionto ..., Potatoes peck .,.. ........._. .70 Alaga, one gallon ._..._.__ 1.50
of age... What baa ,become 'of" the Last fall-the owner of the Jacksonville were with, Kim here and will accom care I the War Sweet Potatoes, peck :._.___ .60 Karo, 1H pound cad __.___ .19 j
-Prevention Cry'of
tat. law establishing' the age of Traction, Companyaaked I peny'hi..remains I to their home for Modern- Medicine.* Cabbage 1 pound J. .__.- .. .08 Karo, No. 5 can __...-_- ___.. :.60 ,
_ children who to drive permission of the city authorities to' interment They' left Wfednesday. on Yellow Peaches -
iar.l permitted, Th4 : priz.-uec.gfy.n: 24 __ .49 Worcester Sauce bottle _.__ ..35t.
**"r'' I_ raise the rate of far from' five to the; midnight train; in Life's grand great road race'is awarded No 1 Yellow Cling.i__.___ 9JJ5 French Mustard, bottle _...:_ -.251'i

. seven cents.. ,There was an election 7REBELARS'INSTALL onlyto those 'road'shealth No 1 Pears, can ___._.._.. Starch Argo t ......_. ;__ 110:' .
OFFICERS obeying the
write :
..' 11nco1n Holly anT his mes- and the people voted down the prop- ,rules: .. No. 1 Apricots,' can ___._.- .25 Pet MilK small ._ !!__ ,08.:
,I JI "sag. at governor in'ten, differentlanguages osition. Then to get- peevish 'the 7 Installation( of.officers: of Kissim; (J>> not take 'drugs'? to" cure the ;No., 2 Com can ......;;.....__. .20 Pet Milk large .!__!!!!_.-_ ;;,16 ,

according" to Editor Joe company recalled'all complimentary; mee Rebekah Lodge No. 42, was held headache. Consult 'a> physician.v a '. No- 2 Peas, can <:_.._.._.. .20, Van Camps Milk ___.... ? 16&&
;;VEarman. ..Possessingthis .linguistic passe given 'county and city offl- No. Tomatoes, can ....... .15 Carnation ". Pig f
the Hall Milk
} at Fraternity:: Thursday dentist or an. ocullatto'see. )It the .*..?._._ ; .
ecompliahment'' -he,:"can1 call his dials, ana employes a* well .as.mem-' night' when .,-Jennie B.':Afiderson.,. of cause can be located. ., Often the eyes .Seeded Raisins pound ....__ 25 Best Bacon. pound_._._____"_ 'jol! .
I opponents all kinds ;of names oD'theat. ben of. the local press, I fl; '' Orlando,' with her Installation team the teeth be the.fault Currants;' 'one pound i..._._ .3& Best ,Salmon ..___._______ ;.35
t, .' ... and get away with it, provid- The' next >tep, was to I go In'the I of ,tw J..,, put on the'work. ; About or''.Think before may' 'sneete. "", '*- Arbuckle Coffee. .pound ..__. .40 Pink'S.lmon. ,.... '..25'I
.,. -s it is in a 'foreign tongue..' ] hands of a receiver'.and.'' the federal twenty ,other Trom Orlando werepre.en ) you ?, White House Coffee, pound.. .55 Tripe can __.*___-.'.jLIHII.82': ,

authorities took charge. That was ; beside the local MemberAfter *.' ." INTERESTING FACTS.' Senate Coffee pound ...._.. .58 Roast Beef can _ __ ____: ':'. 51 I
f, The 'OrJ ndo-Repol'ter Star prints but a move in the direction of an increase i Coffee .. .. "
/ the business of the -evening Birthday pound .35 Corn Beef, can ._-1._......._ u s'
from about in the carfare. .In the I \ employed' Coffee
m dispatch Washington meantime Gold Blend *
wall concluded light -"refreshmentsser t'Telegrph''girls by the pound ... .85 Potted Meat. _- ,_________ .())5
Bryan-; urging the democrats to get the COmpan7.allowed' rolling *.\served. The officers installed London general post, of flee now number Oct. Soap 9e, 6 bars.._.._.. .50 Vienna ,.Sausage' __ "' 13\
;, t ;together on tha.peace.; : stock to fall into, such \a' decayed more than 6,500. . P. G. Soap, Sc, 6 bars....__ .50 Tomato Soup 1 2.for.II.I .1
. Vins: by stating: "Another..week; of condition -t b. t 'pa..ncera.reb1lmped WeS: Neal i if G.i Malvina &0- The height'.of St.'Paul's cathedral oFels' Naptha, 9c, 6 bars..50 Vegetable Soup."l3c, 2 .for.. j.251 I .

% '> 'Individual ecfnorecnrdfnetacmsh." about and bruised In transit. fen, V.: O.; Mattie Potter: sec .rr; London, i* as many feet as then are Ivory Soap 9c, 6 bars___.._ .50 Oxtail Soup 13c. 2 tor_ .25;
t i And that Is .about '.. the shape the And now the objective 'point of Bessie Williams, treasurer; isa- day; in the year.IU'Sweeden . Coal' Oil, gallon ...--------._ .20 Chicken Soup 13c 2 for.. . ..
:;.... .25 '
A'. ;peace treaty ,has been for,come time. the company'has'been reached. The Jones,,"chaplain; Fannie Hulinz, R. . the'public n6useS. 'are Catsup bottle _"_._ __. .15 Turtle Soup 13c' 2 for.__.__ .,,2bj? \'t
: United States ':DistrictCorot'. atJacksonville S.' of N. G.:-Sarah-M>Coskey.T.: S. closed on ,Saturday, pay day while Crystal Whit Syrup 1% Ib nrA"i" Pork! and Beans 16c.

The;letter of the inter-allied 'con has allowed the receiver,i ito' of/N.. G.; M.ry'Lee Keen R.; S a ofV the savings banks are kept open, until can __..___?__._._ .202. for __.__ ..._...;.-.-._, ,.25' :V
ference to HtU.nd' 'deliver the ask the:rslilroad commission White ""
.r. ; G.; and Mrs., James'Goodman?L. midnight.", Crystal Syrup No. I 5 CampbelJ' Pork and BeaiM . '
[person of the ax-kaiser. is said to be a fare increase.-- 'That was'the purpose SofY.Get; '"'' ,1 Before the war the number of peo- 1bcan ...__..__ .60 15e, '_..___ Y.
;vuehd in,."very; lenergetlcT. tenor: of the' concern 'When.iti\
', ,:Might also throw' in a little. base and Into' the hands of, a receiver..< ", NEW RECREATION PLACE.rfhrdagh'tbe ', securities was 240,000;: todayit 'AJa -., half gallon ____u___ .75 Sliced Ham'pound,4, ,
,a''bar. or two ,of baritone The',for- Miami( the cityof: ; tourists, does is more than.20,000.000. bF
; wrner: monarch will squeal a bit: of falsetto not have a street car lineTn"ow ( courtesies of MessraiDavis The palace of the former Germanemperor I

", V', when he ia'advised of the,conrbntsJ acre of the one transportation com- and ,'Shook of. Kansas City in Berlin at onetime kept

t'!' :-, '' Pall7' there-received little constdgraonfrom and .Topeka .Kansas. respectlyely, 600 honsmaid' and 1,800 liveried )...', t.e .cbaraLle to PdS prices. Lat ,we win sell Jut as.cheaply "j

% I' the city fathers'who"permitted {. owners of the corner lot on Broadway ' footmen. in 'employment' as possible fig h"w. fiae. CaD
January 19 'next will be 'the'anni'versary Jitney?into*,,,to tn.ene".Ue and Posstel avenue, a recreation '' a.d be co.viced. Oar -.t-;, I
of the birth of.General :Robrert1 section of the 'city along which the space has been set aide for the residents Lee Conhtyr The Lee tACrleuJtural' I1".IJve aa. Let "** Q-iek w- ... S..1're&b.. WM1iq leg' I

E.; Lee Throughout .the state reet//'raOroad 'traversed .. -to, enjoy; themselves ttatthei* and..Livestock .o a .Pre.persasN.w. Ttary.wt: an years t* gun ,t ', .
t; r ..'this'occasion';will b* Then at hlessicg:came 'to; the streetcar ; heart' content: pitching horse. shoes held a 'community:' meeting-'at"Altus 1 .. .
..served and-the. United Daughters' company there.' A fire last December at an iron stake an'amusement. and in late Demember Th*" purpose. of Ii'! ,
'! 'the''Confederacy will honor ,the oe- 'fcrok out' ba' th.',car' barns exercise1 which: is popular' '"In the the meeting was to organi** 'community .
'' teaaion commemorative, of" the be.lovd. -. and destroyed the'care.- And now large' and. small ;eltie., of the lltate..speel.ll sugar cane/tnlll, and to make: tUT PRICE :ASa' OROCERV':
.! ouh.rp'mgsnder. :' -' -- the track lie:lido"in. Miami;' R wasnever ,. D,'the east coast. and central arrangement' for a large aeraagto ) .
o 3* '. t a' pa 1n g ,proposition' for-'the Florida.: .' v, ';T be planted to', can another-. year, PhG "' '
fli> '. 'phfl'sArmrtrong "'tai! >his Florida ', .eats' have 'arranged, Hang.,.were also1 formed to finance "'I e'I41 422Broadwmr ,, l tyi: < \\j.
.,'j,811D8bJne col.nm fr the ,Times-Union TCUItnerthen.; \ began 'a flourishing spectators who fortheir those farmer 'needing hlp. Farmennot.m.IdDJr "QUICK'SALE!AND SMALL c: .,
!" !I....,.'what J>a* become of. the girl of business ''but ';, turn to 'get a"chance' to show their up all of the can into PROFITS 'r ': ,

:.......: ids,.' wbo< nsedf. to >ask-yon; towrlLera cites .was".brought to.bear and an or luck at, pitching, the, emblem of syrup but are saving the ''snot *f . Oat- ,K. TW, Odd-.. *. Ctr. *':ProiaptAtt4le: s\ ;T:}, r
: sentiment*'in .her, T album?. dinancewas' .passed-declaring* ,I], : that" r .l.lII forseeL. '" ". i. ..., .
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."V. E.;: Long and-wife\ of.North Carr. i WILLIAMS.DRAMATrCCeWANTAT ,..... ...
Casin ; MH. 891....
'k okras are guest* at the Hotel Gray-
atone;;eommg ."Florida '...a.bridal '- -- { ',) BROADWAY; NEXT WEEK;,, 1'0 MfILDlNC .CHtCtT.
tour. They expect to remain in. Kianslmmee THB HofeH> or : -
for several, weeka.Mr. Week of Jswuvy 1; Next week' beginning Monday \ 'Th4 n''' --

'f' :'Lewie O'Bryan made a flying bual .. and Mra. Norman .Winn; .Mr. January, .the"BrMdwa71T-.tu. tion of Buhdln'a at wu
MATINEB .1' r. at. ; will o< I "
ness trip to Tampa the':early part ofbt" and Mn. ;3. L. LlIl.rdof' Pensacola, : tins, the Williams \ vat .
i Dramatl 'Comwhich
'moD : Marion Carson Tueada ''af.
the and Misa Gntsie.Wlnn, were a pleas will
23 1-2 Hour Leave, is the ,.attraction ant party motoring to..lJa1'towWecJn..d'7 Blkntck v eff rf- BUIn i pwvr., they. Monday night appear performance In .reportolre ternoon when tilt' hours,wen' apart.
nve rest : quite informally' : fr-a. :
at the Casino today. on 'a combined business andpleasure being rrhe Little Girl 1
"THH COUNTRY >> God Forgot,. M... Carson, assisted bjr' little
Wanderwell ) trip. ,. 11th Bpl_. of a drama In '
The Glob Trotterswill : 'SJ"wtt four acts Helen. Falls, .served a dainty salad.
be an added 'attraction\ .,at 'the A pleasant place'to spend a'.ptesaant "PERIL- OF-' L. The WUUama Dr'".Compitiy course.with .sandwiches.and: hot tea.
Casino tonight. evenlngThe Broadway .Thaa.Misa '' eenm pla7ed 1e Plaza '
SJ Enjoying the' event Mrs Max
Thomas '. were
H. tbhatee'
*.*'. : ; r Cel'lburc capadt Cro '
Short Order of all kind Baker ArtcraCt .iMxtlal pl 't Mrs JO BjiraMs: Km. Laoa
, Lunch, 12 Broadway .. Albino Smith, Oacoola coun -THE VALBB attrracti.pU nightlyattending the Fenne Jill....-t,E. ,8. lulu: Mrs...N,
ty's home .demonstration . 'Misi Inem Canon is home' from ... I ;
. Miami this week for. a' abort visit turned'.Sunday from week's'.stay Ok,1II. Com ONE "LQVKLT from AllCadl:, wli...,,It has .."wI\b ,A.. IL SJl.le"I Mrs. ,Gny' Han&aock,
with her .t. at.Gainesvllle where she was at- .. ... .nnnuallfled.success. Mrs.; E."- 8. 'd $ rtntileld;
parents. . course in. poultry Program 'P1etiYr.:' Heading' th. company *" .Kali. Pa.,* Mra..0. Sguir "of.N. a
l Mra. C.: E.: this of Narcooasee .rrsaged.for, the .county .agents. Mutt. and Jeff Cartoon.HIS ( DeG.trert and Elmer Laaou.. with Dhlo1lrsj J.' s sand. Kn.. .K.
.. waa the guest early part.of the Read Classified Advertisement.Wa . .- : I fifteen ocher actors; and actresses Squire, of Ryan-Iowa. '
'a week. ,of UrI.. Souders. have our t...-'goods..' f ": ... .,... and includes an orchestra he A silveroffering; was: takenamouatlRg"4o

See the biff show at th.'Broadwa; Nelson Realty-COIDpaD .' 8etswood 'JI'11.- ctorawho" can acVstogJiiwhiean : $.60.;,. which. will be''
'. "theater. Louie Bcnnlvon la' sing and damcup who (.* d* added,to the .' J
; efc parsenage fend ,
who has been *" ;
Hon. C. A. Carson, BANDY BURKE OF The offerings ari ?
17 Miss Harris of Toronto Canada confined "to'his home by illness the A Virile Western ,t> refined. dean". ', :'Moral. and..

..1-....__ .Is the guest" of Mra. A. W. Johnston, past tent days,. Is rapidly.-recovering Rotlln"RED Corned/MbT;. Popular' nriees>> rule'' and the curtain 1 frwltnawc'.CI .\

-Naldanac, north Kissimmee. and ia expected to be able to.return i\. .... .jftP '.* cab: o'eloFk.alhe..n k : ; : '
., Roma Thomas and son,' R'D.of to.his office "thln.the next, few Feature- Oayl: s*/ ing'during. the''ireek.; '. -- 1. P.VV. w.-u. Kreacn riM w.'
Patterson, Ga., arrived In KJsslmmeethis days. Metro .Flm i t 10 a. tnSunday1. and man's\

mtornlng.f or a brief stay. Mr. and Mra. H.; Ct Piano,. Mrs. J. ZI duotlon.MOV A .an her ; ,j. CARDOP: THANKS, Bible class.: .'. .:'' Sf
Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. Gould of 'Win- D. Woodbeck and Mrs. George Gardner "THE RED 11.0. m. aldpspbject"Loing'th :
ter Haven, were visitors in the city Wednesday motored to Orlandoin Added Attraction, 'We take this m.thod'of'b.nkln'tr. : World" '
Monday coming here in their car. .th. Piano car. Mr. Piano participated Maklnson MargaretBrunson,. Elisabeth i our-.dear friends for thelj, loving 6:80' p.mfavorite. a.. ,Endeavor.
, r Shrines ...' kindness and assistance topic. Psalms" ,
Fresh Oysters on' &ale at in' the' event of the tumes featuring through the "
Lunch 12 Broadway.. Baker that day and evening. MaCl-r'"n RED: ;: ; sickness 'and death of .our beloved I 1:30'.p. m;:, Evening! service Faith.subject *'
"The Reasonableness
t- Comvdr ,: husband and f.tb.r'anet will of
Dwight Funk left last week for You are Invited'to attend the-ser "TWO TOUOH : aver re- I' 7iSO ...
I : , \ m.mber-"ith: ,'gr'atftsd.baq that : J p. Wednesday. ;prayer
vices .at the Christian church nextSunday. Orchestra. you
c, the State University at Gainesville J nave -
., done "
- rrleas, 15.2 our comfort-
and good meeting.d
where he will take a business course. Preaching at 11 and 7:30. : : are they.,.that dwdtis;the
-Mrs.- A. E;
? Drought
The'Bible school at 10, and the Y. 's; \ '
; and Mrs. J. L. Lillard of Pen- Altce house. .
Mr. P. S. C. E. at 6:45. Visitors specially flpecTal Paramount A Bristow Drought. I | .
aacola arrived for few Dish In' '
Tuesday a thy '
days' "visitat the home of Mrs. A. l invited. (' Welcome the tourists. Make the visitors wslcoma7 ,., '
Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank >Saadhammer' Tlhrrplod.- of Pear\ I .
W. Winn. <* "THK1, BUACK* : ... --- .

Fine chicken ranch excellent, loca- and their daughter home in Jean East, have''LansingMich returned to, Comlnir.TAg Friday.2AN OF Jan. .....',i ...........!," It. ._' .. .tti .., .. .,..'. !... .
tion best in the Nelapn .
thing country. after the 'hoUda ., with Mrs. S.ndhammer'a ... .
S b..;. \ i : '
Realty Company. Minstrels\ "
parents. Mr. and Mrs.H.. . 4
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morgan have W. Morrow. CAINO' THEATERFriday <

returned to' Kisslmmee after a visit The Kissimmee fire department Miss Susie ; , .
of several day in Jacksonville.- wascalled out twice Tuesday but to accept position \ .
-Times-Union.- *>- -- the ominous,siren-foretold-Nothing the-FrtnchShopr :, -;! J' a23' =* - .
Follow the crowd to the Broadway more serious than a ,,pile of trash in W. Mi Sims 'and i ,; :

Theater. the vicinity of the .M. Tiller' home, ita, Kansas, was in :
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Mr. and Mrs. Ira Best have leased and a grass blaze near the Tucker. day night on his I -' ; _; :>> : a. .

apartments in the Wlillson building Brick Company's 'plant. Says Florida-looks ,' t ,

and have c4ne to housekeeping WV N. Perry'-came over from St. MisasM.' M. "- .. JIB, ../ .. \ bThe
this week. Cloud and spent Monday jtai Kissim the v guest of her 111 ) : '" I .
x' We are pleased to note that T. J. mee looking after business' matters Combs for the past ) .' .
Woodall, who has been quite seriously connected with the winding up the turned to her home Red, antern
ill the past several weeks, is able estate of his.father who. hied. ,n St. h d. . ; 4

to be out again. Cloud /aorne ',months ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. << "" . .I
Clean linens is our motto. Bakery Fine ranch, well ..d.pted'0 stock are prominent'' among rrRAA!E >< '
Lunch. 12 Broadway.Fine growing and dairy! business. just idents here, have ; : ; ATTRACTION 'Ui. 'tJr,1 ..r

truck farm brick road what you are looking for,.minutes fayette, Ind., to '" ,
on a e a
mile from town, ready for fine crop from town, excellent property. "Nelson . their handsome .. Three Chi nese"Maids"( W .. ,; .

Nelson Realty ompan _. __ Realty.Company. J. C. VanHler of .- .. 1. t1 I" fI/'.. _II'n, w i : .... .

-. Miss Allyn Reynolds, who baa J. ,C; BJoodgood and family"ofChicago.'arrived ; spentta -- for ; ..Prlce8..82Scent.. : > ,.- #-'P"'J''l, . : .....
been teaching in Lawtey, is spendinga Saturday for,' visit week looking .: .fi" , 10(' .
copula of weeks with her parents, at the home of his sister, Mrs F> J. ranch' purposes,i .. . .. ..... ., .. ...t to .... . .... . .. .... . ...... .,..... 4
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reynolds. VanDuaer. Mr. BJoodgood is' looking :- shown about thecity. : I '

for a location in Florida andwUl[. Realty Company. \ I '. .' .T .. .A,'. '., .... ,
Mr. Will Dale came from Miamito make' his residence in this stateiMr. .' ''Dr. and Mrs. .r..i; B i.' : \ I ,w

Mrs.attend E. M.the Dale.funeral He of was his accompanied mother-, and Mrs. J. R. Persons ofMoultrl. ghter, Miss Helen, ,. .' oj j ..,,-w5 .10 Ji3.i h. '.:.. "t i 1 ;.::;. ', lr'i 1f
., Ga., arrived yesterday for Mrs Mock and her .
by his little daughter Margar . '
.. a few daysvisit with Mr. and Mrs. Dorris, of Muncie, A.'nn'oncement. '
et.i G.V.. Persons. Mr. Persons is a Jin the W. J. S. :.
Big Star program at' 'the Broadway prominent merchant at Moultrie winter, have .J '
... Theater Saturday. 10 and 20* and a brother of G. W. Persons? oi ant auto trip to J _desire to nn"oia.nce'Jo.' interested' Vi
cents. ; ,
1 :
the Dollar Limit. cities.
Dr. and Mrs. AlcClairn and A. R. Mrs. Montanyu, of Canton Pa., The ladies of the parties an'd'to' the ',p'u bllcaenerD1J; ,, that!, va

Plonk, of Jeromeville, Ohio, and Mr. has arrived in Kissimmee to spend will hold a cooked the. Insurance : ;
: ; andtaxpaylng| :'agencies;
and Mrs. Austin of Ashland Ohio, the winter with her daughter; Mrs store room In''the k : : ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Funk this R. E. Holcomb. Mrs Montanyu has : every Saturday : : conducted'by'the'lfite. A.;E. 'Drought. ; will
week.} several winters here in ceeds to to the "
spent past go '
L..1. Fairman is stopping in the years, and made many friends who morrow, Mrs- E. H. 4'i' l I < be continued In ,both' Kissitnmee and_ 'St.

city for about two month., Anyone will welcome her return. Vfi Best, Mrs. I : : Cloud, 'at' the same off Ices.;'. .*. '
desiring piano tuning and r repairing R. E. !.McLaughlin\ .. called Home Mildred Turville, will
call phone 282. 62tpdMr. from Okeechobee this week by tele- J.' M. Carson and Any business entrusted' to :me will be

and Mrs Lyman Fab-man *of gram to attend the bedside of his son came up from appreciated, and, 'will receive attention. .
Detroit;, are spending winter' in son who is ill with a severe attackof to attend the bedside prompt. -
'It' I Kissimmee stopping .with Mr. and bronchitis., We .re'pleased to Hon C. A. Carson, : w '
", : ;.Mrs. Johns( Hart, Mrs.! Falrman'amother. note the boy is now. improving,' quite ill. Jim left r

_"".j.,,, .. Thomas A. Gray, of Dayton Ohio, Jacksonville to .meet 1 Respectfully. .
,.'".''?.ti." rooms brother'' of Mrs. H. J. Barnes of 601 who has been i MRS. A. E. DROUGHT.
ripe cottage, six good garurY has New Orleans, .and .
and house Emmett street, arrived in Kis ? ', '
nicely' furnished agive
simmee and the winter. her from there to I'5
away price if taken at once. Mtr. has will been spend with c......... ....oo.o.. . .. ...o..oo..o. ... ..
: y elson\ Realty Company. I I I the repair Gray department of the Baltimore ami.Mr.. and Mrs. R. .-', .

T: E. Erwin, district organizer for and Ohio Railroad at Dayton Whltham, Mass, = ,

the Modern 'woodmen lodge, is here N. J. Lillard of Brewton, Ala accompanied here the past week. '. /..
called at .th Gazette
looking over the situation in the interests lee "
by Mrs. Lillard, has n
ed that he had
of his organi tlon'l .He is ,
a visitor for the past two days in Gazette the
accompanied by Mra. Erwin:. Kissimmee the guest of Mrs. A. W past
I. wanted to thank th. .
.' : M...., R. B. Savage and daughter, Wlinn. Mr. Lillard is owner of news for the information t r Da
.Miss Lorene Fortner, stopped here ands at Brewton and Florala, Ala., through reading it, N'tite ;
for a brief visit with Mrs Ira Bestwhile also interested in''a job. printing particularly this Pollt

Y i en route for Gainesville 1their n plant at Sanford Fla.. Judge and >Mrs. 'M. : ax

car. Mrs. Savage will locatein Thomas Weber, of ClaraholmCanada their guests'Mr. and .. ..
Miami as soon... the present one of the leading ranchmen their guests Mr. I
.' tourist season la over in that section of North.. America, Sewell and two.. sons .
with his. wife and young son; are : .. r
For ,Sale-Ferris ,strain White Leg. day-night front'a ) ,
horn and old ehlx.I guests at the Hotel Graystone. Mr. to Avon Park .
Li: batching eggs day '. ,'
Weber winter visitor here .
A. E. Thomas, .TeL 215-3 ,mea- 46-tf wits last Saturday. '., .
years are and upon i .this occasion :
I ter order
were visiting: : to qualify for 'the
will remain during1.the cold season. ter, Mrs. T. A' B..... ; .
He I is looking for a, house or,' apartment - ". *"' i f 'v' } 'WV C<
: ; .Rev:',, C. E.,Dunawa .. I

(: A few Eye Mrs.. ..MinnieMooreWillson; was meetings ed a successful at the series City Election. to be ,held:+in 31t.>i

the guest of honor at a meeting of '

p" t "Ifs" "The 'Bird Lovers''! Club"at, Winter. aimmee November that was he, so has' < ..t Mardi 1 ,Poll Taxes must bet 'i'/ 'i , : .
( .
.. f Park, Mondali'' and related an original ily from> their) \ ,-t. v. ' ', : ,
r "Cedar Wax'Wing. spend the winter [ : iV '"
I ,If' an hour's reading At the, close of' the narative' Mrs. arrived ;Tuesday". ; l': Willson was requested ta teU 'of, Mr.WUleon's .
makes ache/ cited << .
f. your eyes at..the home I
recent trip to 1 the Everglades ; .
If printed matter' occaaionally ; Clark. ?'' ; .\
r gets "misty." If when he was agfaestt -.several O. C: Daisy and. ;February 1,4th. .', '. ri
,. you are obliged:: to atop i[ camps of Seminole. Indians. -. Kansas, are here for j '. .

: work''rest.. .>IL! T. Campbell .Hicko y'N.'C.' ., a mogtL'Mn. . ,.,; .. ,.ur '" .
'your eyes for a"few min- who is a nephew of Mrs. J,'McPhat- owner In the county : .. 'J... .'. : .
'utes. If you.' ;find -It- ter, arrived Mond.y": for', a f visit at interest' in the affairs, .' ,, \\. ., i
I. easier to read, n..rer or the''MePhatter.horne., He ia accompanied Ha recently .......,, ' ," 1 I
: further away than the by his wife. Mr." Campbell one Of the local : '1"I"I" .".. 1""i'l. >!'," ',t. ,. '

normal twelve or fours lived'' here i with his parents ;:sometime joying the pod 'ro ad ; ,'. '\..._ ,ii. '1JI11e .> '" .'" ,I II ,
i (f. Bandy k.
I teen inches then >
: .some-., is well-remembered by and < adjoining '
I.; .' thing is wrong; the residents who were ,here at1 that Is well known''in ..." ... 'I .", A ,
+. : If yon cannot recognize: ; time. *j ; : -i' i j "ft, 1espentt he has ,iVlsited .for;;.0 < '" :.v < .
'. people across the street'' ," tawof 'Baltimore. 1 Wj- H. Davis and : : f ( Collector'
: Tax
: If you have to'mak..n'; last ) I'J J '
,. .. r effort to' who several days here need by MIr".nd : :;
seer cUrly ,
> '
week assisting his nephews Howard ford.; have arrived !
If I' the browns for ; ..
i knitting > '
and Edgar Kate in Winding the Kansas, and '
! J up are *, -
i,; r ,.gives example.your If pain strong:' 14 light-the estate of their\ late -M. landsome-.home:'on.. . . .? _. .._. ... r-,.' ) t. -i.

. : '.y* .',''light,, .you, require last Katz,Sund.y"ni returned to ht.hi.Mr.home' .Kats, an property Mr. 'Davis is her ....' .... .. ...o.. .,....... ..,."........., .. ............'..... ........'\, ,.

than hitherto- ranch
,, i more- .need.atten-0 extensive dealer in and manufacturer I ana, his. aria I . c" r
-your eyes '
tion. A "clothing.. 'r near Kissimmee; as

.. If yon have any of th... 'Ira Best one of' Kissimmee's ,, Florida's sunny' clime.. ;
Crawford''will .It. !
difficulties call and let'us young men who made good in the 'weeks before 'Clientele =
' find out, definitely word] war till his. honorable discharge Kansas' homo, Mrs., Our Grows ; 4

just what your. trouble relieved him' front military: Mr."' and Mrs,>Davis' > : .'
la. duty, will locate in his home town. ,
' lo lie .has. joined forces: with Mr. Hul-. Next Friday.the Not Upon- Promiaea Bat' Upon Perf. .omisukcc. -*. i j
W Saftkrson n'.Co : >ng 'In a contracting company which cial attraction / 'pioneTS'in !
Wear. .
; : has already landed, the contract: for Red LanUrrn ;The : ,a
.. A1.e.. building the.bare- which >will' be gives ,the star .'of i i I
' used in the dredging;of the lake for depths a dual role' Dry'Cfeanin( .g and Pressing
o__ ex: Manfae. the bulkhead and,. other promising' tremendousrang' of, .. l

,. .t..g Optidaaa.reaJway.' .; contractThar: I *./ ...' ''' . ,- ,I try others, a '.pla she,;has entirely''. ;; InBuainaaSinc. .i835,' 'Prompt." ,DatiwiMTHE - ..,

Z8' ..d ..e. -wIIJ be a meeting'' of the Manager.. Woodbeck .t-;
Hart Memorial Tuesday at 8:80 at added attraction. TEASDALE..COMPANY' .
; > tRa.i' it the Chapter House/for'the purpose Maids," the..N.....':; .- .. .
ot tranaact alr;, any; business ,iftat. Elizabeth.'Ledbetter: ; x -t27WahmtSt.' .osrQad1wou'I ,
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j ...I* MEN'S Balbrls -, I6o. 10 and I6a,
s-an Shirts 1 MEN'S .HAND-
,a 01>. W.w 'England' Society met in and, Prawers. al.' a a kerchief, medium ., ;/

"' the upper C. A. R. halt Tuesday afternoon O.(P. NEWTON TELLS WHY HE worth s o. .11.60 nainsook and ". bem.Utahed'And 'narrow VV V

: ,with President WoodanJ In!
ENJOYS''' LIFE IN KISSIMMEE\ 1100 i now fprthe ,
,ti the ,chair The meeting 'w.. opened II) / border Mill End '"
Mill End side
r l>y. Jl .singing America" Prayer by Bal price now ..
the chaplain. .Mr*.. Currier. Secretary Editor Valley Gazette: '' price'of lie 184 ,+ !0 J4c. ilc la A 7C .r.
and ,treasurer' reports were read Northern man says tb me, "For and ........ SSa"1" i

turned and accepted.over to, The:Mr. Wentworth, Land in the Kls.lmmeeI lands sake' Mr.why'are' Sit down here Bill you , i .1R T

let me tell you something. We are
the. program 'was as follows: '. SOc. 16e and *6c
f' late down here this 'year, and had underestimated
Stevenson. : 111 I1O.O *
J 50.
Violin ,Solo, by Mr the crowd. Ladles' and Mis- o
Duet, by Capt. Nason and Mrs. size of.tll.; 17.50 .'and 45.04 are High Gracie {
familiar with
ii "Yes we are every Lad I..' and 'Ma
DuvalL ... Milk Boot hose, '
Recitation/; Mrs. ''Julia French.< Florida resort. Got worst, cold of ses' Trimmed '""
t Silk Lisle and
Solo on accordian by Mr. Dingle. my life in Jacksonville which ii only ,Hats to close i r

>t,' Solo by Capt. Nalon.'ReaJlnA' the backdoor of God's country, We out Mill Jend 1.I 5. DAYS .....d.15 Hose French a. long Lisle a.
{i on the fact by Mrs. rented here three nice rooms private. Sale price now they rasa Mill )1
bath and surroundings much 1
interesting.Committee .
4 Knapp intensely superior II 88. 1415, 1145 End Sale priceprice
for picnic -next month: to many In more pretentions and g
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towns. Tons of colored literature t now I4c :
3 Mr. Abbott Mr. Currier' Capt. I
son. Mr. McGrath. Mrs. Potter, Mrs. reached the northern cities from locations V One Million Yards of 10 and 20-yard lengths of Calico, Gingham Percales. Bleached Ho. Uc'and gc "
Rose Beless. greatly. Why am I ? ,
Next meeting second Tuesday in Because, sick and a stranger they and Unbleached Domestic Dress Goods, and Outing Flannel'I<

y February. : took m. in; gave me best they bad. 110. tt.aand IS
Clo.ed'by singing StarfipantfedOn Said they I came and Men' New Fall slaughtered for unheard of prices. 160. $
: lAMen's
practically Stetson and Dunt .
., gave me the freedom of 7 So
i' Jan"er.Monday evening Mr*. Hendrix the city. lap shape,* nw Stock ef I Dry Goods, Shoes Clothing, Ru dy-te.Wear Garment for Leather'J!'

entertained a party of young ladles the impossible water and chilly .1.Fall... Hats 1415, 1145 all $ 4 0 000 Me, Wossea' aid CJ Urea. kaia... blanket iad.dtd !. tki aU .1....: Mill '
with a marshmallow roast and for winds of many places do not appearin End Sale price
MiD .
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and 7 .
tune telling Among' those present this favored spot. I came an'In- $2.45 now di e, tie

were' ......" 'Bowers,. Misses Nellie valid. I am recuperating every'd.). and _hm 3Zc
Burns, Eda Epple,' Leona Derickson, Pone d* Leon might have been living A CHANCE LIKE THIS
today if he had to the An
Margaret McGill Richards and Tib3.tta. gone
:- . ...*. L -, CitT-earhrenonrhr We have- ".IOr II.--and .Tao I
t Mrs:'''!Naflor.of,- Parkersbnrg, W. Son ,of Rest club, library, excellent : Men's Canvas Ire AND--2Sc- APROlfcmGHAIISTt OCTAGON SQAP NOW lOc lie and

? Va.. arrived. ..W Tuesday to spend the, church services,; special lecture by i' Gloves with- and the best 21 c Children's.
'. winter men of national repute plenty of 'I'' leather palm. American and This celebrated well known Boy's and Young

-Mr.Ryan arrived 'on Tuesday, fresh fruits good quality meats and need by all orange 1 Simpson Prints- standard Octagon selll Ofrls'I Ribbed
to the fish rat living. prices free band con picker. Calico Percale.. -- V C Soap C .'
from Newark Ohio spend ; ; ; t 2c Apron Gingham 121 Ho.e, Mill End
winter, and i* pleasantly located certs on- Broiwa). And let me say I Mill End Sale Bleached or Un : 'C- 2 all over the U. S. for 10e 2 Sale Price now

E- at the Bonair House. right here: The city council made no I price now ...c. Dleacne. Outlns cake 5 cakes to each $10,00 lie Ic and 4c .

i> ? H. C.. Stanford 'Xisslmmoe,' was mistake in this, deal. It is such a Ole llo *. -14c FlanneL Sale Price Mill, Tard.End purha.Er DOW only 2c a uk.
f' a St. Cloud caller Tuesday after splendid idea to encourage, foster : ,
noon. and stimulate local talent. It is : ',-

The Kansas people held a meeting great, Bill I'm so glad to: hear good .
II10. 1110, 1 60
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Tuesday afternoon in the hall. music led too, by an' American. : 7c, too and tie OUT-OF-TOWN $1.00 BROOMS FORTo 76c
r Mrs. Mary. Veeder, wb has undergone Soma town ignore local artists altogether I Men's Silk Hose OUT-OF-TOWN dl...'and 6OO La- ,

Y an .operation,at the hospital in ., But if yon want. to hear 811k Lisle and TRADE NOTICE every customer TRADE NOTICE and Mines'All
Orlando i I., gettng along nicely the,cornetlst reach the top note the Fine Lisle coming to Bilk Hose,
snare drummer roll the sheepskin a Thread Hone Free Gasoline the Mill End Free Railroad Fare for Mill End. Sale
|. (Wrlttesi for last week.) mile off bass horn down into sale a regular c price of II.tI. .
go 140. lie, lie 8c II.0* broom willb FREE .
RAVE II 46. tic,
Mr. and Mr*. :A. Ferguson of to I6c
the bowels of the earth, and the big VRIDB QASOLINB callon e given for al making $25.00
Lakeland, war visiting. friends her drumstick when it hits the bi*> instrument to every 110.00. purchaser foronly the slaughtered or over purchase olio and___- J.Cc:

. a few day last week. come to Klssimmee, It'sgood Come IS to cent rPlant* City fo price of, only Mill Come End to Bale Plant City to this'

+ -"' .SteWart-" McLanghlin left onMonday to -stop-off-in- a town not so $, ".10. ''.10M.n'a thta--Mill- Bnd---r: ; fet- -- ---- Railroad Fare paid and ,get limit your 40
for St. Petersburg to visit large, butevidence wSth) unmjitakablo Ribbed 6 Oallons. of I6o FRANK McGUIRE mlea.

b Dr. M. B. Cushion. of good will Say Bill U Union suits and FRANK: MCGUIRE FRANK McCUIRE sot area

1. "- Mr. and Mr--.A., J. Myr spent you're ,really interested 111 tell you Shirts and Draw- Plant City, Fla. Plat Gtj, FlefieU Waal City Fla Men's Hose
in Klssbnmee. next week "wh I stay. Supporters -
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Tuesday era. al naln- Free-RaUreae! Far*-Fro* also
;) Jam. March cam in Saturdayrvenlag : O. P. Newton.A sook, for the Paris

;from, Atlanta to visit nJn Mill End Sal. A MILLION YARDS REMNANTS NOTIONS. MEN'S SUITS ton style and,

family, who are spending the winter LONG DELAYED TRIBUTETO price of f X..1. Bo.L
lie and tie APRON GINGHAM e ISO.00 AND 140.00 MENU
h.,.. EARLY II 45. Sic, Tic unbleached 100 Pearl Button,
AN FLORIDIAN bleached and domesto Spool Cotton. Young Men' Suite and now lIe He _
Miss Edith Jennets returned ,to and .-....- see percale and outing flannels, miles loo paper pine, lOo card safety In every new fall style now Overcoats mark- and _.____
,Klssimme Tuesday morning_ after .1 The Florida racorback has a longer and miles of these domestics piled pins, now for the sensational Mill ed to sell for the Mill End -Sale h 8c
and high upon the counters End Sals price each Ic te at \f price of IM..4S, '11.41
,abort viplt to her Rev and
parents pedigree than any of the more recent j your needa bolts and bolts of these $14.45
Mrs.:J.-B. W estcott. breed that are much thought staples alaas-htered for the Mill 100 SIZE OCTAGON. SOAP, II 00. $4.00 AND |l.00 MEN'S .
fit,r ,, Mr. and Mrs Carpenter of near I of. His ancestry runs back to the ".10. It 60 and End Sale price of- 12Vlie. te known trlbuted the In world every over Florida to be home dla-, Pants, all newest styles, also

Cleveland! Ohio arrived last week day: when the first Spaniards cam II.60 Men's and He AND tte OUTING FL.AN- on.. carload 100 cases, 100 sellers, heavy weight' l needle stripe and II.10. |1 and 7l4
khaki 12.95. II 4ft and______
and are pleasantly located with Mrs. over. He is the genuine Oldest In Boys' Cloth nel, French Percale., bleached and now for one sake only'k JJ 35 Men's Suspenders

4 .Phippa. habitant. Ill progenitor furnished Caps all slsea, unbleached domestics and apron 60c. ISO, tic AND lie COLGATE'S 1110. 41000} 17.50 AND 1100 also firemen and
N. ,W., Fergerson wa a caller at. the meat that fed the pioneers, when Mill End Sale flnsrbam. light or dark patterns. Dental Cream Tooth Paste Ca.h-I Men's ants. Mill End grade,Sal.custom tailored police brace; Mill
tic, llo and Boquet, Cutlcura price now
Klssimmee on Tuesday.Mr. .. they :wearied of wild turkey venison price now yard now. Ifa mere' old Cream and Soap Talcum I 1416, |l..6 and ----.------. S' 9? End Sale price
Jama Marsh wa a business and bear" meat. We should |1.41. I6c 6Io fowd.r. all specially priced for now 5c. 4lo
1150. |160 and ".00 SUITING MAlerlals 11000, 17 tO. IS 00 AND 1160 BOYS'
r caller at Klstimmee. on Tuesday.On him _____ \ End Sale price honor for the good he has done, and u 4Sc of French Serge and Suit, all sites, extra well made --------- 34c
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Tuesday evening was the pleasant I Inetead or reviling him for his architectural -' Checks, now for the Mill End lie 140 lo and Ie: Mill End Bale price now 16,85, ||.B&;- .
w' annual of the St. Luke's Sal price of yard now t6c .Sc6lo II 46 and .,
event I eccentricities, and his predatory I and 11.50 ".00. 75c. 60c AND ISO TOILet ----- ----- ---- -- $1.85
--------------------- 38c
Mission in entertaining the tourists. habits. He is passing away, Water Colgate's and Palm Olive II 60, |1.60, |1 60 AND II 00 BOYS:
Th table was in the form .. of the and will be 11.60, If 60 AND It 00 LADIES'and and Sanltal Shampoo Nadine Pants, extra good materials, also
soon only -
a fleeting memory .
Christian with 48 seated. At 17.SO |S 00 and Mlaes' Ribbed Union Suit and Melba Face Powders now for khaki. Mill End Sale price now . II50 and II .
; cross, He lived'.nd throve end multi It 64)) Men's All,.ifO Shirts and Drawers and Veats; the Mill End Sale. price of lie, lie.46e 11.46. llo and ----?-------? 34 Men's Silk Neckwear '
t heart of head table was Judge Hoar plied on a diet that would: be near Silk Shirts, also Mill End Sal Price now |1.78, I tlo and ...-.--..-.-..... 3275c. 15.00, |4.00 AND II.50' MEN'S OV- Mill End .'
land. at south wing of cross was to starvation for his aristocratic silk strip mer. 11.14, lie Slo and--.4------ 6Se ' fins nel tic PILLOW CASES eralla and Jumpers; alokhaki Sales' price now ,
Rev. Westover. at north wing was asked extra grade, most desirable and checked
successors. He nothing of pin Overall Pant. tic
Capt. Frost, and ,at the foot .of'the mankind cerised dress ".00. vie; BOo and ISO' TURKISH for hotel, now for the Mill End now for II... $1 41 and,... lie 410 : rand
t, and right to roam Shrlts. Mill EndSale Towels and Huck Towels for, hotels Sale price. of Uo |le .nd-----.24 J] 95 -...-... 34c t.
cross was Mr. Mallett, in the center hOU..L' ;
the woods fields untrr-.rnmeled. and boarding Mill 1760. ".00 AND $5.00 HEN'S ,
price, also and .10 BED SHEETS51x96
16.00. 1110 "
of the 'wa beautiful floral End Sale price now tic lie, 14c
cross a
Fences abnominotion Shoea high top and low ,
were an to sacrificed for the Mill End quartern
Flannel Shirts ..
lit and ----- ------ ---- ----- 16C: for dress' and ,
t' .hpiec? of rose. Table were up him, but thoy seldom hindered biBtolltaklng Sale price of |1.... $." and $1 68 street wear also
now 1146, ".n II 76 tennis oxfords and II.00
"by candle*; upper ats ? front the fields and gar- and 110.0'0. 11500 11000 AND 1760 IE.00 ".10 AND It 10 BEDSpread slippers for the Mill carpet Knit-
8:41. ;.grace by Rev. At dens of 'the early Floridior.s. If hogs ------ $1.98It Matting Squarea Ixll and Ixl all ullcJ..8afalrl: cut Bale price of II.... 880 and_ jgc "0. 1750 and ISMen's ,' .
the close of the supper was the Epiphany fiber rua-a. also lx< and 17x64 rugsas corners. Mill now
have theories, his must have been and 11000, ( and La-
$2.40 1750 AND
| .11I.
95t5c ".00
long as they last. Mill End Saleprice ------------ $1 MEN
Hymn. Collect for the day that everything belong to him' who now 111.46? I*46. 17.46 J 6c, 16e AND lOo LADIES' Shoes, high top and low quarter dlea' Suit Cases

wa read by Rev. Westover, and the Is able to take and he seldom failed and -, ..--------.-----,---- $3.95 and Mi****' Handkerchief plain dress and street shops, tan ooio and Ban, nudeextra
gospel,for the day Matthew 2-1. by 60. IS 00and hemitltched with wide and narrow high top work shoea for the Mill
to get what he wanted. He the
I was End Sale price of 14.15, II.41, II.*6 durable
VVL ''Jndr, Hoagland. Solo byW. A. II SO Men's Dress 1600' ".10 AND ".10 LADIES border and fancy embroidered
freebooter/ and polly pirrrt of the Shirts also heavy and Mines .Bungalow Apron nit Mill End Sale price now 14c lie and $, 95 for lone travel
Milner, from Oakland ('Cat/ "W. swine species. He the and dark colors, to and . .... and Mill ,
never knew}
sizes and light wear
blue chambray --* ------ -- ---- 4c $5.001 |4 00, II.60 AND It.60 'CHIIdren's ,- ,
I., Three Kingr'of'thlent i'Are. Address Ignominious! confinement'of the style striped and figured pattern extra "' .10. 1500 AND ".10 CHILD.r..n' Shoe, high top lace and End Sale price r ,\
by JudgHoagland Epiphanyi work shirts well and full made; Mill End Baleprice .. and. Girls'Heavy button dress and school ,
the well-balancedhr'aUons Boys' Young achoe l
set before nqw | 4S and ;
,,'Solo; by, W.:,JW Milner. "The MnCby hi* servants'of the ,human price 11.15 and now 11.46. now |1...1. ..... and 1.65 Ribbed Sweaters. all sixes, Mary Jane pumps and viol kid and
$1.45 --------- $%.4S
Mill End Sale prlc. now II 16. run metal also one lot ot.white
Birth of the Then .
King. was
race at stated ho*> the 'IO. O, 7iO. ".00 AND If 60 Mary Jane
r*, grooming ...... 11.16 and -__._-___ $168 canvas pumps leather
t brought out'' the Epiphany, and currying which the pampered Home Dresses made up of extra ole andAheel .llchtly .soiled; Mill _
high grade striped and figured 78c, lie AND 100 RMTmOIDERT End Baft/price
decoratedwith' candle of $5.65. (1.11.
beautifully : RIBBON II 45 .
Duroc and Poland Chinas who AND .Mill ,
full and well
materials all does and. .. ..
and kumquats, the .one getting the grace our fair have to andwould made, now for the Mill End Gael End Sale price,, yard, new l j 4e - -- -?- gjc .,
,piece of cake with ring in. was (Mr. never have submitted endure. to it if 10.00.. 17.10))J. |Sand price of 14.46. 'L/5. lt5 ,A $1.95UO.'I and -__._-,.._____..____.a ).- 17.BO, |l.00, ".10 AND 1150 BOYS' til, '10 and |t5 .tTrunks ;(
t .. _
It SO In's Shoes' b ,
> top -
Milner. and supposed 16 ,make cake 16.00 BABY BLANKETS NOW FOR Shoes In ,
It \had been i attempted. His was a Ribbed "1.0 AND 11500 LADIES'and Bale walking In H"a brown .
Heaty Mill End of only
,next :rear; then followed second ao long bard fight for existence against 'sw.ater. Misses Silk D.r...... Poplin the . pric.l. ..,, can' metal tor_young ( .nt.. tare slses, l_orlflced .:
.,, all sls ------ ------------ -' $145 school
'cial :time. Tourist 'were> present Dreasea Oeorrette and Crepe d* and work shoes In high for
adverse top the
conditions if he missed ,
''I and .. and colors, Chine, latest Fall styles sensation- "'$.00 LADIES OVERALLS FULL I tan ooze and Elk leather
Z. "'r i from ,Mw Jersey, New York, Call. ed scout Mill End Baleprice ,;
tbe'peril.* of youth the attacksof Made Mill End 8alel price now shoes and black
UI.III and
End Sale price now .
....,, lt.II si Mill white tennis
ornia. Nebraska Minnesota,, .Michiifan predatory ,animals and the bul ,$1.J 111.46? |14.45, !>.**. $*.4S and $4.15u.OI ..-------*-.--.--..--- $ 45 >/IrdiaMlll.nd Sale pros BOW 114.46
( Pennsylvania* and Mew Eng!: lets of the hunter and finally reached 110 TABLE NAPKIN&: NOW FOR $ $1.01 and......... 68e U'.41 *, $11.45' '-

land states. \ ,10.00''an4 .$.00' LADIES'and the Mill End Sale price only... *C
maturity,' he wh a notable example J .' $*.00. AND > LADIES'
_I. Crepe de Chine and 11.00 LilDIKS1 APRONS now for f'OO nigh
Mrs. Stover"and.Io. and
and M
Floyd: of the survival of the fittest. 'Georgette French Serge and Trl- the Mill.End Bale price of only 34c Shoes top and '
Mrs Frank Caruthers and baby and I10.0Q Children's button oxford; Mary Jan and
H. ootlne Dresses for I street. after.noon '
contributed his
along i with 0.00, and .00
part .. "1.00' 111 LADIES'and low heel pump, In dull kid and
FaUs Coats and Ores and evening wear -
Albert Book of Beaver Pa.
; the alligator and the pelican to give Sate Misses New Fall Suit. and' gun metal also two strap lace Ox-
jindPa '' Mrs .McCreary of Charlotte. Florida an unenviable notoriety.\ His t. :sea, also ,< ,IT,SO .....1.Mill> UI.End 41. 114.41 and..price... 117.15, Coats self and,'fur trimmed, latest for? .ror white 115. 110, 7.60
,' arrived hero on Saturday and and 11.00: values $8.15 *, now for the Mill End Sale Inculdlna- ",10 black and 15 Full Slsesavy
'are located in .M>. Holliday' house passing moves' one of the curious .. Ions as.,they Its.00. 110 oe, < usloo,' pries <.f 114.601<< tl>.SO. 'U.IOaad tennis ,Oxford.' and 11.00 carpet weight
feature 'of the Florida V landscape .1.60 jli .....-....-._?.-...... $174! slippers; Mill End Bale price of ,
and Misses' Silk
;.e, Oren' Wyoming'.avenue,\and' Eleventh from the perview of the. northern 'I..ttor.|, ,, the Mill and Shlrta Tailored Ladles Skirts Skirts of '".00.' |7I.00. 110.00 AND' 115.00 ".11I. 11.15, ...41., $6 0.0'460 ,and 36e California. Blank* '

visitor. He, will soon b*' extinct, ,. Bnd. Bale price every Imaginable silk and woolen Ladles and Misses. New Fall Suits 11.80. 110.00. 'IT.IO end 1100 LA.' ts. 1II1I End
Mrs- 'Maud Kendsllghter and Mr. a* the dodo and a* the Sem- ot. ..... IS.15 ,fabric*'. latest style now y for the and Coats, latest styles, all mater die1 and Misses' high top laoe Bale price now '
V I Thomas Cullison were married '. on inol l.. Farewell. rare and .. ._..A t$2.4S ,sensational MIU Jane'''Bale price. 'of tall self. and far trimmed, now for boot Oxfords and pump. In every ft.IS, |4.16 and
tb hcmie a ,long _farewell to ,. "! '''.71., 114.10., 110 II, $5.31 II 16 the of.'''.10. desired shape; Mill End Sale prle ..lo.._.__._
at the bride
,Wednesday In the of few of friend the ra&orbaek-T.lllp.- ,Time, .. f .nel. .,' '..___!\_.._._ _---...V$1.15 141.46, $35.41.$24.41panQ.,: ...' .U. 14.11. ".11 and... h o;: S3.6S
presene' a >I "
Rev. Kenney performed the\" ceremo- GORDON' HART APPOINTED -"'- Commencing_ !. ; ''Jan. 16; Come,''to Plant:,CHy. Commencing Jnn: 15 k''

t ;W ny.*'' wish A bountiful the happy dinner, couple. r was",a served.' pros" ASST.V:FERTILIZER' "ANALYST ..,, ,|..:.0T(: and. ,M' A Free. .. .-Rn.lrond, .... ..... ., Fnre- to" All Ou' }-ui, .=-Town. Trade- .-FreeFrank 11.60 ',y if'1 I
1. Matting
If.. ,'Tallahassee ,F ;7jau i6-epic; ; |110 Men / . '
pThe'NewYork 'net;In Leather Work.Olovs. r' Rags and _ cial.-Gordon Hart of'Polk .
t! upper Q ,A.;R. hall Wednesday af ha been appointed .a count: ? ,i ULEad, ,' McGuire's' Dep't. Store ,Oil for the Cloth Mill now End

ternoon. Mr. Pope wa* I dale BOW .. i ,
anist., The,usual business elected chemist Governor and Catta fertiliser to analyst Frank by ,U.._.., II.TI $1.45 A ** \tttl\' } ** rc ", Sale price; of llo :,

'Ofti'posed to with Mr .the. meeting ,was \turned Wilson;, who resigned, succeed to enter. the : : 1'LAff .' tAdvertising'by .Adam Goldman. ,Chicago, HL) FLORIDA d ----- 3Sc: V J
*. Kaufman for the social i

t hour.taken' inj, Several; a musical new and,member literary. were pro Y.. Mr M.,:. Hart C. A., was work.I. ,born and i reared in, Vj c *i\ '.;.- .,.,'<:,j. ,'1I\f.'. ,- vJ'" ,.. ., . "." 111\.1' ""1' y-- y.v.. .'Ii ::" v.. :.... ,a'._. ,.'t{ .1

V was-rendered.:, loin.Jr'W. Polk county, a graduate of. the ,, -
gram .
fi University of I Florida,-served a* analyst .

A Preacher JD..tiq.DeXt,will maths have charg,'*\of. the; of the Aetna Explosive! ,Company CARD,OF THANKS. work .e&n' be J,done better. with' tier .
p ? of, ,' Pa.,'and later ton than with animal and with less 'J
: : Mr*. ,C. 1C. Hendrix: was calling on the :
': t..tdIPda in the East End >Wednesday, as 'anal tl) of .Ammcan Expeditionary . .We.wiah:to'expreeJ'Our'thanks; to dolt The caterpillar type'seems. .to i;

jhit, ,.r. and Mrs G:A..Peed of Orian- t'F rcea..reh, labortoriesd..l'ranee..i our. friends. for, their kindness and bspreferred.
.' r.%; .;; war*. St..Cloud eafler oa'.wednes3 ? :,1. 'i .i, *_:o i Vk,- I sympathy extended to us daring our .... : r OrangeTrees'j
and ;
1 dear illness, our appreciation .
frA 3 Ii.,; +Conrrids"'Hathlii'Gei'wig: ,*''passed CAUCO: MILL! ENDS.- GING ,of the*man) .beautiful .floral HAMS,, PERCH.S, AND;ONE'M1L1.IIONOF -

Jaway4; last and the' (un.ral HAMS tribute 'rentstoivs\ | at the ,time PERCALS'AND ONE MILLION need
\ to order
t iwa held on. Monday. at the G. A. R. ;1 OF, 10'' AND "* 20 YARD her ..tb. : :! ( "JC- .: 1 i : ;10: :;AND ( ,20 \YARD, Trees from F calalogue ' 'R 11

*" ',halLThe.body: :> : pay hipped tilt Weft LENGTHS<;'35c AND,ZSc VALUES ." -- W.ZvA..E..". ErHARRYDAL. 'I LENGTHS ;45c, 3Se'AND.25c,VALUES : come out Ind'c''what you t V

{" $tV' Oir.
. J' -, ort ,,illaeaa,. only; sing.'here about BROOMS pFOR'22c 77AND K. $--OO ,I., t SUSIE 1 FRAT! :L. i RAILROAD ,FARE: AND V $1.00 Pineapple, Parson $roron' ,and .' '

'. ..ftwo, month, coming from Ohio' .The 'FRE GAl0 BROOMS FOR.22o-FREE GASOLINE Valencia!* :I'hc'pricc iirfhtIt,_"",, ) .

#amU,. 'bay,",t-riDJtbY". 'of he LINE;;; :TO,AUTOISTS co fcnciNG trBrvsYdrCountyV; 'largo numb TO IAUTOISTS COMMENCING . r'. "
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t '
plmlDw.Jt1" in1 their THURSDAY/JANUARY ISta.' MeGUIRE'S .e.
.J" jZlN : CIt'9llf+. B if Schneider or':plannlBg to buy tractor The fact 'w a4 Loins .'i : :
brows ::;; GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT ,STORE ,..: : J Dennin '
SfOE ,
b. from ..Texas last I
lWU r. \, .;
tba1IttM feedtl*grown her at PLANT CITY ...171&Jt.1: ,.:.:......"" ,..:.-: ... .. ... .. '' .
Funeral earvoeawaabeldt 'LAltT\an\ru.-aI\ "I .
.. make*. th* 'cost of 'keepingalt , -----:0' ur----; ''n ' '. \ ': ,,\;. ,
,, ...._... '
;..churchJut Sunday S&II.,.....,. work almost: prohibitive and END. SALE. J ____ rt
afternIocIift.I'' '"'interment*to'<.MVl Peace .1.St; >
; .. J< the tractor' Menus tj solve th* JPTPD* '

: 1- 1V4 ,'J" 1: ,, !)..1'r-' ' SnUcrib (if or the, VaUeJ'J em. Ip citrus fr po.D ,*ul th*. ; ':Welcome th*,jomfeta.. ;. Everybody Wfc b A.ybe.7 Adr9rti /, fir ."W!all"' > ?Tit:YaBey Gatsft.' ', ,

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n +.- """. A, ,, "J. 'Tg1SllltlalEE'.VALLIY'' GA>.61T>... ;FRIDAY j,JANUARY', .!*, I."' ""'\ ;" ,t 9)," I r "

-,qr, .. _. .'- .y.. .p ww.N..w.---.M..6; I I -4-- 4" ........ oj __
1 ts:1L"AULTMA1r3 6S: " Gnet-fAd"';' .
_:= N. if HoraloaT' ......*. T"--1'

,r" .....HJGIIT..MTATQ..I'UTVU If aom. araat act of.hawaaai. waatisniMaryW , .t-, .
.Y b. ,,1\+., ,,iv.y...,.w....1.Ill'n' *.il mn .r, <4> ; :: tooUct""' ;: ral from 1 '1 rr t j"-'C \\0''
i ,.. '.'<, """'" ?e 8/O',B.<.*Attltmaa....*>a., .''!,?'Oaeaotacounty's fummfft-j ago..". r";'w> to ." '. 'f."' I 0 t't '" if's. !# ( ;

'! r. prominent rrtfw ra, U tak protect. her offspring'but ,wfcod it to l1i"I 1 1"t!.1 y i I lftl".. advantage of the pleasant only necessary to keep at 'hand a T ,.1) > .,
f) weather and Is ruining' plantingoa' bottle of Chamberlain's Rmvedymnd S
l' Cough$ .YY J. OC
'e': j jI his farrrun: jrivo It...'soon+,as;th* .first : . jj. J .. .

,Ho' C'.JII'titiO" i '" Mr",:'Aulvtnan; Is putting- out about Indication of*'croup,, app.raqthereare ( '. ;:'''1. "V, l"'fO" -" '

I r .. n'Ii./ .' ,- I II' .40". aereafof<,'potatoes. 'and tomatoes jnany ,''who ntg-lect ft." Chamber.Iain's j .biglj. { .
' '. ''h ; A .r '"', j ji' on MavMadf\ ,the tf..cna. Aultman I Cough Remedy to within the "pI1);: ) ) ";' ''A. WV
garden*,1" and' oa* tbe.R.alnctoD-; roach; of ".ut&04< toproaept cad *f< ,,7
Smith 'place west of tha. city limita.Ha fectuaL ., 1a
Helps YouThe : : U'employing flft* n'men 'In all E1 c fffee 'when : ,(

i' and 'la using two planting machiaa .! GING:: .. ,, \ _
.. B1'' the and; I' of this*.w..k '... will HAMS, PERCALS. AND OIEk MIL-, !:I $ e,

competition that'"exists* han' 4S,:acrs on the Smith; place LION, OFh10;:, ,AND 'e "" _
planted'and>will then"ruth'th* workon :
It > his own '{anna. LENGTHS, ;45c SSe ,AND 716t VAL- ; ,.. _

,b ;among the hundreds of,meat''distributors When, asked what' h* conildarad UES FOR.;i2Va ; ,A: YARD. .FREE 1 OM' :t

an arrar crop h., replied:'."1 have RAILROAD FARE AND/ $100 'w

large and, small. means, raised 75 barrels to the acre on my BROOMS FOR' ', 22c-FREE GASOLINE t!" '
I farnfs ,and,, am axpactinr fully' that
j .
: amount-'or'more' this .ar. The COMMENCING '
Weather, conditions' fine'" thought .THURSDAY. .\ ,
", Ri'vatrY' In Prices } llttl old would I GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE CAL '
>I .. Improv it.Jost( i
- low peclally .If we should happen, PLANT CITY, FIJL-BIG= MILL- '' :
; I .
Riyally'ia Service "
: .. toVeta: fold anap later + "
I* j .,....' ..., '! ...;The) creepgpj k yield. ... apuda.oa I ,ti, 't : : .,
J Rivalry in EcozioinyRtyalry'in ; -1 food .land "Ur ea..Uy reJ hleO bar. : :

rein to the acre, w ere the grower
LEGAL post's
; 'XJualityi' i knows how to preparaand. fartUit II' less and is," . L '.
the land. J
,: I It' .
,, kf ;t '"The promiie to be :attrae- ibr C..rt >f Cawatr 'jaeT.1 State ; ,
1t price' -
r .' Rat ...rt... 0-1. c..t better:'for' !
a t' : seUs' ytbU We are paying$8 ; ; ybutsold ; :; ;
year. "
> :
Swift & Company' 'meat p er- bagfor: seed potatoes and Jviding" ?-' 'r. ev;'pt.tat. e>f P. s. Aaatia. ,> seaaea.'NOTICBJ ,, _

: by than flg-ure w* should fit: f 19 is HEREBY oivraOto ait "
t at th8'1 lowest ossible'price con* barrtr' for' be whom It may concern that ion toe, : f"
t ? per potatoes if they; '11th day\ of February.'XltJlO.; I ''here's', ,been raise" ,
\ of"theVright; -. kind' and. ''get,, r.,,the hall apptr, to' the Honorable T. M. .. ano ,... ,.
service. -t
: with .
sistent quarit and' market' : f tjudire of said- Oo rt. aeJudff -
+ ; early Murphy I. .... ,
, .' .. . \ .. 0'/Probate, for' mr flpAl die- ,1 'I. " ,,,i ,

; Our pro t1 of't ify a ,'fraction,'bfa. :. ,.J'.I CALICO,: MILL ENDS. f;,, GINGHAMS cbargo,4Etlculor; . of,' and the that estate at. of the D. a JI\'pnce' e, ,: Lt' ."'I':1... .
....., .,..L,..'. '.l 7 I ; PERCALS AND I VONE MILLION .am* Um, I will present myrflnal apeount I ', .
F- I '
>\ -
Executor of said .tat. *
.I cent a 'paund pni4 products is -t ..., OF, ,. 10.' AND' : 20 "i YARD ask DstedeDeoember for* a .pprOT.L 'Di*O tiff'."and : . 'Usue ''.. t15; ,andt25> .;;'Y",:" n'r' 'f
x I LENGTHS 45c, J5e AND 25e VAL. r Ujt't'A. ?
0" ..
evidence of keen competition. : UES I., FOR I ;12V2c A YARD,:.::-FREE " i';) ,, I $ u'tor; ,, : "II"r,JA / ,

: RAILROAD FARE AND <0 1 'Jl.OO NOTICE'' .. APPLICATION ro* TAX r .. , ,t1D s t by _ .

'j :Swift ft: Comp ny, must, provide!t. the-.' '* If r)> BROOMS 'FOR Z2e-FREE'CASO. .. .. ' 1 L DIINotl.s4a Ad"f I 2V .I d" 1 1II ''Cereel ffBa a.&eekt 'r,: ,

t best service to yourHdeaIer or he;vvl 1.l LINE_TO'AUTOISTS COMMENCING xereby". just'T. M. '' A V .
it- ,( .
of.. ;;." "V
THURSDAY JANUARY"15th. Me-- Murphyr-tMirchasar. .Tax.Cfrtlflcate "' _. '.1 .. : V -.. 5,
Itt dated the In4.d.of Julr. A. )

buy from,our competitors. Tills mean >I. : GUIRE'SDEPARTMENT STORE;I(Dr rays JOtf ofneeyt' ; ha and. filed has said made certtaoate apaltcatlon In S#,.. .- , . ,.' ". . , --,

a supply of toe lash meat always PLANT CITY. FUL-BIG-Mil For 'tax dead, to I..... In aceordanoe '
; V '
r4 Baldcertificate oembraoepth.
'." ' END :SALE. \ I with lawi
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on hand for foss at/youV dealers.Swift : |;.< 4'C. ; \ I uated. .followlnr In. Oaoeola described'County.,property F .sit' '3ecntaq." a'

\ wit of NW% of NWH> ttRW4..
P.b" ; TmTiscIJoc:
Anelnic et.' Section. '/, Township ,, & ; : t
-Company: ; must keep down \ \ 1 Rants*.-dat*{1 E date:..t. of The laauanoa said lard.f'balniaM .a14 : ,: 4 ,

manufacturing and selling. hosts- and ,,; Girls'' Need ,a t\ I oartlfleat1. Vnl.' .In. Bald the nama.of ocrtlnoata John, shah'BdUon. b. - ', "' ;, I ... ',
) ,r accordlna- to law, *taa deed \. ,W6o1aa1i .d 'ReI( ; V'iS {
Blood, TolucpeptoM&.ptt will -laau thereon on the Itla. day' of '
) : .
aU by-products to avoid-yraste; or ?
use H February A. I). 10., .11 ; N

else lose meeting the prices of '1 ClRCUJ'J. : COURT'S. 1. OVICR8TREII1'SnAT$ 1' ,, ?' R'6' :
money Enriches .IndBUUd. otI '
. Clerk ,Circuit Court. Oao.ol iConntrFlorida. ./ . ,
Up the V.... Irk .. II.. S-tt. .
competitors who do. ... 'n.. ... . .. . .
Pallor, Bee dI..- cad.81ao1taeU ofj : 'NOTICE TOjCRKD!' .. .. :' .....'. ." I II
( 7 t .J'i1 Breath Disappear iper ; : I .VV" .. . ..'i ...., ..t .I ,4'f.... .1's! ,
Swi&'Compaii !must make its ) ,. 10'a.t .f .... C..ty J.r -.l .. ' .11 '
.;, > ea..tF. State .. ......... n .'.. .'.'. . .'+ . . ... . . .:.. . ''',
.. 1 .. .
ot'tb ..... Sold la: mold, cad! .j. re E.I.M eC CKllea r.l ra.. ',, I, ."' .... ,.. ,.." ...u'W; ,' ,+ .1_. '''' .Jo
products hlgSeit.:quality.'or. ...e.- --- ;;''; """- -.TaWe&'F_r -' >tL ok -i 4 DMtrlb.t 1} If .. : :11' ...._t. '.It"!'. '<<''!'II .

This better Td tees i1T:"Credltorar and mil &mfmAnm-ls teea.-v liAvffl*'<7A.M|. e-- -L' 1Yt) .3 +Lr*.ar ,;_ ,.,r..-..,.r,..._?wWJIia" -t: ...... ,
otherm. means
I you turn to r r ; Why'ahould any girl or' young wo- or "d.f"Y.. aald Eatatai .I ,1'/ ,: ;"r, k 9- .'Ditu :! r ) .... i''D<' r' ''''I\!" '
} continue'to
I It man haveatpesallow Too. -aJMl and JiaraVnotlnad ,' '
ages and reater,Tarlc r: 'HAT' '1(' .t'I. f4'BIDES *'' "- CT H "
meat : .you a i complexion-"a listless,i rundown and raqulrad to present ani . .ff'
' : } w, "
r n r
claims and damanda which or J / '1'
t of +whoieeooae food.We ty system devoid of energy" and vitality cither of you. 'may ..... a.!feu thrtat 7 ),' .I JarveS ..J"'I." .:" t ; *
appetiztoir,:, '.4Y *" 1,1V j* .. 'et"-Culfen .
F. Paw aacaaaad.lata ., \.. IfTOa..iffifjjjiWeji- .: : "
CAIN 'l' ij
Ihl ,
Such young folks are continuallycans. Oaeola County Florida/ the C 1.
undarilrnad Executor! of sad f ..tat Je .r; i IT.r, rt rdr'm.\lrt: ,' ,

y t are as glad for. this competition' unhappy. they and, accept dejected aueh amcoedition within Datad one January year prom 14th the A. d.'her--D.-1", JO.HBNRT ; ." ''YEkTJLqERS. .. >' i ;.'. .' ,;'-' 'f 114.'". vvCOUNTBT ...
" .
a. their misfortuneand envy their ft. ,BTARKK.igt. . \ :; _..*. f.
f as you should be. It helps to keep usOn '.' g..cutor.: .':Ir" -or .
friends who are in thebloom' of SHINGLES. ., ',' ; '

outf> mettle.Swift health and enjoying alt- the food TRIOASVRT'DEPARTMENT.. ,. do I .' \.." ,,.!. D' i \"l'1UJ.\ : ... .
things of'\if.. : Ma. '.t .., : f .2rfi"; t".I
,I If such 'women would real- ORANGE!(, BOXES fc yet , .i .: "
ice that their young anemic condition Is .tat. ..f',Tatlaba.oa.. ofa..1 Cs.ptrell.t.. .. -.._- &- ... 1.' ,' ALL' '. ..\ '

.. & Company UaA t1 probably due 'to thin impoverished .- .'' ORANGE WRAPS V 1 .." j : '- : .....Iirn . "' .' <{ -4 1
evidence ; a .
blood'which -could easilybe enriched Whereas by satisfactory .' >, V'n: J iEil T o
Mr byi Gude'-a Pepto-Metng-an, how much prentedto the has : j. it
e been ''made to appear that e'bankln'aesoelallon ; e -vEGETABLE 'CRATES' *' .; : 1p ,'' 10'
a } ,. . .
and attractive would ,
happier they
'. under the name*ot Bank '; ,' : .. ,r .,, '
be. of.Daceola County located ''at KIs--

(;ude'. Pepto'Mang-an Is 'a safe, the-slmmee.Lwe, Florida*(.Florids"has, and, orsanled compiled under I IRATE'''NAILS' >:' I '., .. .. ''TRODUCBV r: :.. .

.. I '. beneficial and pleasant tonic for'anyone with all the previsions required to beeotnplled.withbytheBaaklns : .. > .;, ,

", caused sufferingfrom'by poor'blood..If" any taken ailment' regularly of the State of Florida before ;an LAWS aa .. ',.. . .+.> i.,......'.. .. '.) *.* * *" * * *: *,*
octatlon Shall be authorised to commence 'j"
.. ,
for a.few weeks It"will enrich the business of. Banking.Now % : .
the blood with thousands of the Therefore, I, Kraut! Amos, We FJd ear& alf :,"::,2'Vy' "
healthy 'red-blood cells that 'are Comptroller erf the State of Florida, son Mad Seeds of loads." v : ';'3 t /
needed to nourishment by virtue of the authority vested Inro We give special atteatie to fitting out huatiaf sad sag PartM.:1; :,::
carry tq "* \
by Section I.frVhapte S41S of .
err part of the body.. ', the Law of .t1o. State of*. Florida, Frets d.1ivery L eigr.1rei'( .' .a*.>wa..-..;..-:.:.. NO, *i*.>a.. . ''(;7 t.t..i.iI.< tk'\, \,,,}'

,' Fepto-Mhncaa form la sold ia both .B- certify'Count,.. ,0'that XleeI.the....Beak... In'' of the .Oeooela County. Wd"ati. :sfgnti:farprkoi'o good fertiIi n., 'Aak"for ciieit r.a4,,' "" ''-
'qnid and'tablet .v Both eontaia of Oeoaolaw and the atate'ef ....14.. fartSxaf*.' *i" 'I'' ; 0'f; ;.'- "
.. the gam' I.>vwtfcjortaed >en'__.. ,the boa. r" ...... ...... ...*. _' '''''' ._ t.. '" \ a.t
; u.-; ; r.' Pe I ..:. ne** <'; ot BaakinCi-vader the. ass
; tr.nJU' >
r.A t- .Ar4 .'-: .' -. '- t tlbder..fa''I1lM+ nriri'rushed hall "r1a .. 'f'B _1'1' ,'li Ht--aad"? ajkyve, clve..libou.andVdallara',, 'nil..,capital .a **olttlTw.ntyfve ,< '. I. 4.'l _,4 I..,, ", ... f. .f'' .-._ ,

i' : s QllraTzB1T to tha atttoaad. I ia oa the pa pecksr.Without'"GndeVIt 01".. aderaar., hand .aad seal .fotao ... ,
JIJ'lIndai' ,
,_ .
pick*" ,,up'baa0fnls:., Of maud, Iii trot PeptoMancaa.CHICAGO . 'ill", "' Blatee.u..r. .f Oaoeas. V \ +w. 1. ,;r : n-'% "- I'yA'I'Ii ,L ..i t'il"":' ... ?t" +"" 'r.! t,
meeting,' about tliSO threw the izttty rabttaaca oa the \ ,.... A.. p. One"Taouaand. Nine, Hundred . ',1
o'clock pedestriani. ort $t.wsrt'.amt' flam_ ',aad "la a abort tina aztlags.Qihd IMVISTO .II.UU and. 1(1..t.... -, ( -- -.. \ J1 ,<
r O SEAL<< ) ,--..,ir- .i .Rtncsrr: AMoa. .' 'Order"' ;,
no* Mar .the comer ',, .f -JSatmettatreet the Ae..',, V*rrT. A' UPAlltSr'08'.atJILDIltC: '.ttCoroptroller atate> ef Florida.mmcm 1 "; . ,'E riy < ...' ;
wig the . ',. ,
were furnished ft little eicit Tha aiachtaa pro art T of ;" .
meat by aeela* S largo auto on' ""'. W. Gv. Hankin T6f ,tbU .cltr.'whoaaaodataxl : U 'C. D.!. Colaa of''Chiecto'who '.... TOKlalmme S.TocIIOLDaat., J \ :, ,1\,1" ,, I 1

the blaze ,completely enveloping-., ';with Ute ;:.Tuekar Brick caatly purchased ''tbe'-'Oottennall: ''Florida; January'1tb.1151 :%' \ : t >
front part- of the nacaiae. . ;- Company. of Loorhmaa., Mr. Bank building, is now having repair made hereby given to the stookholders.t'th.'Co.NaCypress .,Jdell; 'Fertilizers: : :

' jAn' alarm ,of 4...,1Rtturn.djn; :; ins .atat d. that ,B. ,wa ":worklmf'} oq and Interior' decorating; 'ta the storeroom ,. a. orporatlOB-'ora-aniaed aad Con.ek. :. ' .' I
,\ the earburator with a tcrew drift!' ,on the lower floor'I,and flc.I'OOma' pall Utlna under the LAW of the State oFlorida !II t spring' / J ,
whoa tha tool froav hia bands c"' '';' -- '- ,;' that a. Sp.olaeting'of Ut.atookllol4er. : teitilizer should be', put ia the ground the Utt .,.'.- ;< >-..

: 'Sant era Folks Teify: and toning," slip I the, '' genarato Mr."and Mrs; Coles ">rlll remain 10 hereby called. of by. .the.I4 Director corporation* of the 1. "or'January,.:or early ia; February.' The'tree) need k aad:.. ::4, i > ,.; '"

which .ml .d'sparka"and ignited Kiuimmas"until spring', 'returning Board to b*. held at Klulm_.. Pier.Ida. far adrahiagit ; '
Columbus;. ,*a.-IoIaaY' ?._' durfai tha oil and th. flames' tpraad-to. th. later la ,the, 7..r'.nd in 7/the ;future .' at the of no* of -W. B.. Crawford, ;Jean- .UM Jt to', .better" ; alit Uter: ja'theseaoa.,, ;: { ; \ '

,. ,.my life Dr. Pioroe's Favorit* Fneoriptioa fronts' of the anto. ,; ,l; .. will likely make their home' hero on.lltO.the at 1th eleven day o'clock oft, February.A.. M.. ,for A. the D. Owing 'to unsettled conditioni' 'of-'labor "and truaapor.;" l< >', rtatlon'order'now'wg
'baet.-oImuob Haakina th.
Mr.* aid Amount ofclama. eight' month ia the year. Mr. Cola ., j'
consideringand paaain : '
( purpoee
V; <.. .t-hare takk' fwbrn. ..*.". *>not Sat ao. fay a.J h. stated he, ia contemplating'' purchasrIng upon amendmente' to tha th 0InrporatlOD to be sure of cetCaf 'delivery by'lima.t" V. could ascertain but J'e.IcI.nce.lnjKla.imm.) and Charter of aal yoa;>e.d it'': For'normal coDditioll" ",e' recAlomcnd "5. !
Buffering' any damage. waacorered'by i ,;, :. . :, :
i *- corporation a* follow . , "
which ooh insurance, : 1. -To amend Article, of sald'eor'' o'V'
FlarUeai '
had : CALICO: ,1 MILL ENDS. 'GING Donation '*o, that, the principal place Special : I. ;" '

'I ,me to. become all'rundown '! '
1- I going and when UmJ HAMS; PERCA1.S.'AND', ONE MIL. t OF, 10. AND, 20 YARD I. ::0'1'0 amend 'Article V..o tbat'th. r -. + "''of ...r. .. ..,.- '' I ;. *' ,
date of the- annual meeting of' the ,,But:' a* i .we wide'fa0g formulas ;from'' which, i ,
,4 'seiddb life I do- LION OF' .10 AND L 20 YARD LENGTHS 45c:, 35e AND 2Se VAT corporation shall be* the..Third.Thura. ver' have, $ ( ( < ;'/t

,, pended upon &be..ntirely'; ,!'Preeonpucm -. LENGTHS ;4Se, 35c',AND 25< 'VAL : UES ;FOR, 12V1' .Al, YARD- FREE Monday 01&70'1", '''aaual'In March)'' Instead of the. ..FIr.t.. to'aelect" -' 'Whatever'your.jrequtrements;; w 'ca'a: ;';'fill' them v:'." .; ,,j ; '
Send ?
: ',to 'Keen UES FOR" 'IZVae' A,'YARD FREE RAILROAD'' FARE-\\ ,AND 1.00 S. To amend Article' 111,1, u that ,.f: Catalogue'u : \and.PKeeUL, tv' p aylson'dlxoo
44 #. me. well: It being tlia capital4 stock shall be i ,
RAILROAD FARE 'AND.'' corporation '* '
$1.00 BROQMS H
my only 1D< 1" -: ." and J Varoe thru BROOMS FOR V 22;:..FREE',', GASOLINE TO AUTOISTS COMMENCING la' to Increase th*' capita stock,from ; >sier Fertilizer Co. V /
the ehaace eplendid bealtnl' $1(00.000.00 I7t0, 04 and to, prdride .
x reoommeod u avorit..Ptee6rhtio&' I can highly for ,TO ,AUTOISTS COMMENCING THURSDAY; JANUARY 15th.) Me- the method by w 1011 ,said stock Maaafadaran Ideal Fariifi erg;, ) '., .. ..} s
'JANUARY IStfc. Me. GUIRE'S, ahall ,be ,,disposed' b> th* corpora ,. '
/ t : tbe ". .i
\ Hof liM 4..they- ranee' GUIRE'S. ''DEPARTMENT STORE, PLANT CITY, FUL-BIG-MILL- .tlon.smA%.) W ft. 'xoeAN. k' JaclooBTiSe; fla...! M '. '
ttJGal takea. '
1400 : ,
., > < .VIoePreldht.F. ::1
Yf 11! dW Av. Mf/, PLANT CITY*! FIJL-BIG,=;.MILL.- END.::-SALE. j. WTL90N'Seeretary t-IL . ," .
END-SALE., ...011.. .., ........ to .... ... to .to.. .. .... . ..... i tt. .,:
XWoman' .
.,. Tonic i and NI'ne' - : f ' a ,.\ ,

I Aoplrta i ,'Oa.W--r>urln 'all of my marIt CANADIAN. I VISITOR:LOSES\. .. .. ,, '''r .' ., ; ::. ...'f; '. ,' .

) Tied life I have found b Dr.1'-' '. r svoriw '$125"': ROM"VEST POCKET: . '" . . ,\ .
Prescription to splendid ) ". '
[ a hmo and Orlando eLaunryTi i 'q \;' }/ :

I',)v efratioa. errina, I when was on I first the Terse started of nervous to dike: pro-the .Davtd'Hee.'of',; : Ontario, Canada, : J TO...,. .'-(Men :,Proaiptijr' Atteaded"ta.,: 'Q tea"Daj;aad' NlfU> '. :' ";'

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Preeoriptioa' (during the first yr-j. of my. who.ii In Florida''on-lhU'first-Tlslt. / ; '" .' "
;', married life)''aad it ourad me o. anynerVOUSMSS : met'with 'an nnpeasant! ,mlahap' by ; '. ." Aato, Mane ; i f -, ,
and so built me up In health that bill 'which he had ,. > t ,. , ' "
that Urn I hare ;{J
; erw*uoe depended area .
.e It to.&onW.. a better eondittoa when. placed in this -...t.1JOCbt after purchasing w A"'CEN"C"'Y": ; '1' oJ,: .N't i ;

,error I hay become'Weak aisnrou and some cigars at \a local asUbllshnuent. ,,, . .. ':J. .' , ". fJ.tI :
rundown. It'ha never ,ono failed' toatrancthea ;, ' ', ':? ..... :. > ,*" ,, > '" .. I ' V .... ."' .J '' :
m* and relieve me of ta* nerypusness Mr.; H..wbo.'i.;' a guwt 'at the .- ,, "'1'', .1 N
and!eonaldecit the : . \ ;,
beat atedldae Manhattan 'hotal, announces: that If "' .. EISELSTEIN yYBROS. ,
u In the world for woman', who are weak and the And.,"will rtnro.itha, 'mon.y he to- *>. .r- r ( .' .<',.
amnj ."r-MBa HTV. '.AIlIXEa' 8M .., .<+< i. ' G .f >.. J: < t
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will eontrlbnt tha 'local : r'
to band ,
$25 "
".., anal; ",
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fund and able reward the who / "Ldr package will fcf calledbf, red
paraoa ,
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; S. a.;larra tobacco '.rowar: la i ) atRd Bak .Voitt '.
PIll.t.Aeese, .foe&.I& ,earener' =:! hI.' homa'lMcUoa :aad-la' la Florida 1'. \ 1yy T49* Y ,. 1\UD'' r. \
I'.u orbs u of' =..vest'-'t.ettons caw. .. pronlp! 'attrition.. ; '& WosW eo< Sanfcomm ; 'f'- CI l.q .FLPRIDA: ,( t.

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xt ...1M0". wtwa be\weea'jI;; Canada ;: and..t'thay.OnJUdState ; J ; ,t' , f "tI.
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$ 4V. .,V *t 'jtffA- '.dollar'for: \.thalrffJ .. '1"" V. ? \y 11'1.1 .r j: i {>'< < ** ** * f * M I * *. >V>< M'iVM> V: %:" / .". '- jj
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P.t .1c ' GET READYHtttr[? Watcher( i iii !thaTrN{ TIP l. ( : . : ; )

I: *Ji \' I "4,}' 1% 1 A

_ : / [( MonVeyincr\around tank with a blow a ol'Ch leaky and gasoline the t I '

; moat'. .\'slmuUaneoaity./of the 'flrwwhistle, come;*1- U n ual ... TireS T v.

: I"fj( 'f 1 ,
Talk I .it bacon (and e 'r,. .
'you, will alt i'i
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Your Live AMlme>YoW ? \V V'a $14 .,' '. ", .,.
? -eg**,'l. &SauArrknutom< .1t. I\ -"" J !t .' j' "Jr '
a Byat nk Purified Ud Free From *Of' )n'.rice;,r* ;'-.:*4 ,f.JtmI, .' 't' "iffo 1 .

o' .. Colds by Ting; Calotab, .Of all 'the kind "of food in canons, '. J.1 'J' .1 ,(I' f' t J Smalt ,
or'keg* *' **-**-:*, :. or : r Cars
.ttt ,
--- - t1e-f&uea1euOalomel] t i 11'
: 'i .What worries//11.most la the jirlce.Now .. t. .r"} r
Tablets that are Da. :' (I"" .""'" .r tf ",
t"'S that w.'."cot'that opt| of( : '.a. ; .' ,'I & I .
1I&'bttu1. 8af. &Del "'J d our system ... a ''word 3\f '> A Ir I
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w Sure. 11.- f In'praice'. ,of Col. Dan_f Smith'*! address "' i. a:.,, ,f d t I "
1 .1 . ..... ;tt.- _. Mast:.'Sunday ,nitfht.. f-, Hejla i a .: f 11 .
fI' great or.torJ.tbe: big .audienceS. sat :a.a.SHJ';, ; \ i i.k ., a ', { 1' ,
.,. rPb heir'- anl to Prujtgist are.advi-' thrilled' by-hi*, ell quence. for 'more' i. i I:' \' :. +I ; ; J. Not' only ,is c characteristic. Goodyear meritconspicuous .... ,
lag friend keep their, aystem* than tan i our./ I His description of I {' !, '. :: '.
*... pariUnd and their .organ In perfect the air flghtiat night wa classicand' .' .i, .I.' ;\":'\ 1 t in +pbodyeXTires" .for small. cars 'f'
workingorder aa ,.pro'e.tloaiagsiasttberotutnob3atluena. : ,
...They ,.anow.that'.a the t picture :of NoMan'* {Land #"ol; "I ,but j the first found be ''
and at the ero' hour' will never b ;:for .' yeas ;ordinarily cost is to ; :r.
clogged up system a lazy ., :'"
1 t.:
gotten.' H* wa 'mistaken 'wD41Dch. i'
liver favor colds,influenza and MrioU'eomplleaUoD" *"*>Rfir'i. 1 raD ..;1.. thatArOf'other tires often it
It ;
said that our Savior' law-toJ-turn) l -.r u .4 By... . ;' I 4
t'T. "
the other cheek when one wa smitten I' r"'w ,
eut ebort's bald orrnlgbt take andto.Jprevent -one. did not, apply 'to, him. These .... .!'h4&) :,: ; ; "T u is actuallyless: ? '&1
t serious eomplleatioar
j' word have stood no many centuriesin < t t'r:
'ewallow .of
f with
bedtime a The
Oalotab at Uearen'* .unalterably- tatuteare ; combination unusual value'' in first .
t w.ter-t .t'. alL No salt, no naaeca, ,:. .i
till ,la force and< it' I I. not likely
' a>terefteet.. ; "
no Kext griping morning, no your slelnmlnf cold hu vanished, that an exception will be made,' even '1 r ,I cost and;:very ;low final cost.of.course, is a ,

liver i* active,your system is purl2ed to accommodate. Col. Smith.. . .. .
your result of }
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'and refreshed aad yon are feeling ? f': .. Goodyear experience, expertness
_...with "earty..ppellte for.break We are'having L too many.ijrass
4 ,t ; a pl.o d....... (fires brethren Every: winter' the ..'. ./, It: and care employed,. as insistently in the' , '
p l tklotaEat are .+old onlr la 'orifUal..Mated Are department I* frequently called
. of and tires
paeka e*, pries thlrty-fl. cents.Krery to. put; out fire that were atal1edIn' ; .{ making. 30x3-- .,30x3Mr. 31x4-inch. ,''' <
.", druggist i. anthorized to refundjrenr ., but cot out of bound 4, as it is: in the >construction of the famousGoodyear' '
tf are not perfectlydelighted and were thratenln.' ,"to destroy ,
aieaey yw . '' ,.... .
with OaIotabe.-Ab.) building! Wouldn't ,It be better to S'r ,,. :.2. rt"1 used: : 'the \
have all tha..loW that:,ara..* '-'UrUAJreS\ on II.
fo t' : with tall grass bunted off under the I priced automobiles. ', ti

; surveillance of the police at, a time ... .. .
w I IaM. t" "
under condition of safety
d ,. This would be far 'cheap**'lion ,. For thisreasonlmor/'' -- ..,

calling the .fir*..lighten all ;/ .:,';- .: ... ..k JsIi s.Jlwe; e" factol t' quipped"last withGoodyear.Tlrcs 1
hotrr of the day and night and the I. : 'l' e year

TIi hotnteholder would'wot offer pang j ; than with other kind. '
of frtgbt,at eeeing their home. en- 4 any ,j jf

daggered by flre.- ifThere Get this unusual tire.value to enjoy on your ,

'. wa a great gathering' of
'" democrat :last .week on1' Jackson's Ifcix ,.. Ford Dort, Maxwell, or other .

r custom birthday.v,the,Acording,,big1.'mea j of to f tho tha.i'party usual t small+ car,eile.t.[ nearest Goodyear Service : ; .

met and dicued.' question that t f' '. Station.
tires and
) are to be mad. the Issue of the next 3 ; Goodyear Heavy \

t .J presidential"'of regrtt election.that 'President It wa a Wilson Matter t C t Tourist Tubed .at. this station. .. ? :

j jTry could knot be.promt on.account of Ir .
r .
We G filar" J his recent illaesa. II* vent.a strong r 11 ,
letter, full of 'pep.' recommending t l
et b,...e.iilaeesrtl.. _., that the' 'Poeee Treaty and the , "
i I ---- 1. AnA.a+av erAN M *
.....--.."lUll.; League of"Nations be made the
..",- ...._.......,. chief Issue of the coming campaign ire". 4-t
r ...- ..... Yrt = thus leaving:the whole matter VJI to 1 "v., .. '" .. .
..<4 .Yre.w.Y vww. ........ -f -
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thethattdwrWilllan -
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............ Jennang* Bryan teamTin under his
', .7<.awe/1.r.r7 Mf.sieea. own steam and nnlimbered his heavy (U .. s - f.
'( It ...sW Assrilwa ;. '.,i f' oratorical, run* upon the defenseless 3C.3\4 Oooayear Doable.Cure a"t rinn lioodl..rl ile "y Tooriet...... arc thick,etroog tnbee that 5
,L ,.. 'Wiz: ==.c: ,. guest He. strongly and persuasively Fabric. Alt.WeTrwd.._._ .V: =* tviafon fekln pdopejtfv.Why risk a Mod ..sty with a
urged that the.. Peace Treaty cfaotp tvber-OoodTOT Heavy Tourist T ubss cost UttUthaa more l
r'TM' : tie 'J.itlZliOrgARMe1t701tANtfr and the League of Nation should "t :. 3or31A 000dyMrr-.c-. 65 tube M. lee mesa 3OsVfc sir *.*.......,, ''it k .
: P.bsk, ,......, $17" ...fL- > $322
\ Chx4-aer. Marne w a A. be disposed" once; with 'reservations I .
if necessary,. in order,that ether Q i. {
t' or J and great pressing' question could t I.: {j "
be submitted to the electorate; Some \ ,
people have, been, apprehensive that 01 ... a. isI \
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the difference of opinion between .
,...WHEN, YOU SUFFER might. reault, in ,a.splitin the party. '
We venture the prediction that the "
f'FROM: RHEUMATISM matter will be handled ao sensibly EAR ;
; [ that nothing' unpleasant will occur. i
\ I ,, The perplexing thing 1 I. this; when I
two of the braineat men that the .
Ir ,t Almost any roan vrill tell you party has produced in this ,generation I _

that, Soan| Liniment differ bonehead'so widely what 'i* an or. .
dinary to t rinkt"CALICOMDS.
'means relief

y 4 + '_. ; .. GING r ... .. M ".t
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For. HAMS ') -
hat used
) man
It' uffered . . _
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who harars from LION OF10'AND vi "
rheumatic 20 YARD j j /
aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness of [ LENGTHS '45c 35c AND 25c VAL made high core*. ..Mr. Emmett* IIES FOR 12thcA, ;YARD-f REE \ i"boui'h: : homr'ffuit gardenrwNa CALICO MILL ENDS. CING-, |
I Joint...we.tetwlu of weather Brown received A candy jar, thy; : 'farm,place.Itoo tamafl to .
expo.ure'1 ;
'Women,' too," by the UES FOR IZllteA: YARD- FREE guest price; Mrs! 'J. D.-. oodbect FREE GASO. 'afford room. for a few tree* tr> I
thousand., use it for' relieving nenritisl; RAILROAD FARE: ;AND $1.00 received' a silver lemon fork, the ,
iOune. :backs, 'neuralgia sick.headache. ; .1 i BROOMS!.FOR 22c-FR E';CASO- club'prize; and Mr*.* Alderman was LINE' :TO AUTOISTS' COMMENCING. CALICO, MILL ENDS. CINe( ; LENGTHS, 45e, 3Sc AND 25'VALUES I.
+ Ckan.; refreshing soothinf.'economi. LINE,TO:'AUTOISTS COMMENCINGHURSDAY.JANUARL1Stlr..Me consoled with a .stick"of candy \,' THURSDAY; JANUARY, isth. Md HAMS, PERCALS AND ONE MILLION := FOR IZVgc A 'YARD-FREE ,
r cal, quickly"'" effective: Say "SOjin| I:: : ; >Mrs."Buttorff served, a..temptinQsalad'course'with GUIRE'S b-DEPARTMENT..STORE! 'O"'O'ANDOyARD RAILROAD FARE AND -$Y..(),

i'' f .lnhenr"'........ eo'yoer"ttrAYgist om;.. . ,r'Cet" 'I.U'' the dainty- acceasorie i PLANT CITY/ LAS-BIG-.MILL-: .i 35c AND .%$ ,VALUES BROOMS FOR,22c-FREE .GASOLINE 1
3Sc' t 40. DEPARTMENT STORE :, <
,4'-sY:'. "" "' \oI'.'<"t'-\ .................I ,PLANrtr ; of flowers ..decoratedchina/ ; "' *" *' **.i * EHo-.sALE.; TO
I,. Fr..c=.BI 'M glittering,silvers anJ cut gl.... r< .. '''' ." ,,. "r .., .. i FORj 12cA4"YARD.FREERAILROAD COMMENCING
END-SALE. t :':"The guesU included' the'member* : 1 ;FAREI..AND" $1.00 THURSDAY, JANUARY$& Me- '
: Sloan'sroves of the club, 'and Mr;?'c laude Hart SUNDAV BAND PLAnYING". r BRO MSFOR/TZc FREE GASo. GUIRE'S, ,DEPARTMENT fSTORE/ ,f

4 "f'j'j ypPi1, t1 RrDGE MEETING <. ,3. per.Mrs.'EmmetBrown, MrsrlW.'JSteed.Mrs. . : "' "'}Bji.. ;\ .9a t 1.INE'TO''AUTOiSTS'COMMNCtNGTHURSDAYtJANUARY PLANT''' CITY Ff.A4-.BIG-MlLt-. .
-, Alderman.CALICO. 'Mra. -
D. .
LOVELY ,EVENT Wi / 1 tufjnnibey/ Coifcert1 band END SALE..; !J (
F .. annqunce :15U: McGUIRE'S : ? irv
I C. + .Tir..aP e. 4 '
L .Jlnti (
4r4on. .14f11 '"" '* * ; VSW!
.musicalorganization' '
tiuu. in. the futuret this ,, < -- -- t ---*
. club :'( < DEPARTMENT''' : t
.. -'L ': ;- 'aft.rpoon"rBrldgq: ..will .play,Sunday *f terf f STORE ?'lf'you''h....rooms; ;rint' .''imalll
: "M'ILL' GIN&HAMS .. :: 'to <
,:.\ .<<::5. t,... J .lJ.: A .. kl.delightful? afternoon, :>t :: : ENDS.' noons,,beginning.at4t" ..'clock,- ,instead ., PLANT CITY;: VIA:* BIGMU.LU' ' . adve>tbement in. our elan fled "column ->
I.' Bu tbrtf' teA doom this 'week ,' PERCALS, .:AND'ONE ,MILLION .of 4:30 a*,in the past;; ? ,, END..4ALE.l'.A:: : : *f... 'I r." .4J :. will All them. :../:; :; .
Mr*. Anderson hostess. *Who 'OF ,10': AND 720: ;?f .YARD .... .... ....
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"n 'r'T'w. -- :
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., ; '\ 'close!'o presented AND,25eIVALr: : ;
: LENGTHS:45c,35c;
lovely prizes' to 'those' who . r.T'I
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J-:) Iff Us? Rats. Mkt F '4'"." I. 1":. if v?>r ". :StiUinftisOlficeD' : y- <

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b'r; a :REAL if;; '' founder of'Dr. Caldwell'':Sjnip
Cockroaches and Land ,<.; <'.. Wonderful:vigor of the Pepsin., ..

' MiHit .' USe hu famou prescription 1
; now : ,
; SIDS Crabs by t ho Wholesale I' . ,, . 'If ;: '
., : farms f '.JPhjsicIaiu know tfcat rood health d pencJa-largely..upon proper>dige tion and elimination'
1 tots :and_that much tKkn eu results frond conitipaUon.. ,No one knows this better than
: ::\ awl. f City Don't;waste your- time trying to kill ; v '",.- the: "family" doctor,,.tLe general practiooer. a \ -r '
f': the With d -- >T ',. a tI
::: pests powders,, liquids, an I lito'tLe' -
-\R. w. }i'C: .lawe0 u Mao;, .Mother* ..., lvIa; &
; SPEdAi: ? other experimental, preparations. : J/ I I tI ello'JDiDoie,was a children who wero given It by-I I
40 Acres20 serf S *-' doctor.' The whole their mother Every second 01'the .
bearing ;.grove, ,. family t t' ?
L. r 7-room house, deep well, for 12S,., ; .,Just put STEARN&, PASTE ion --any :t human body, not any amaJH part working day someone some*'
I. 000.,, HAlt. caahbAlaJlce.prma; : to d It,..*bI8 JJnCtIoa..' More than, where i*rang into drug store to '
a ." ..> ult.. ;food theyeat: and ;let;'them have a half hi* "..n.**.were on womnn, bqy It, for l5r. CalchretT Syrup'

{ <4'--..;.. "feast". It makes them for fresh .. ,children and babiea.' They aro, Pepain i*selling at the raM of over 'I '
run '' bottle
the one most often ajdu But 6 million a year.
l t 1 air and,water-creates a'desire'to'get their; W---n7d. Ita great aucoeea to' .aed'CIII' _fI' "

: .iWl s: I. STOUT put S Iri the; open where: they" :die.' n' ., .I 'aches minor nature.biUonmeea-colds-,fevers nd all.head"f of .merit.satisfied on repeated osectelling" buying.another on poe,,, "4I '

. .. them required first:thorough There are thousands of homes ia r $1 '
.J. Two er.caation.TbeyweTeooostipated., that without ) rt'r ;
sizes 35ca'nd this country are never ''
I ."1: : ..., Dr.CaJdweD fa the courseot40'' a bottle of Syrup Pepsin, end 11

$1.5O. r I 'rUllf- ..years' practice, for ho was grad-: the formula. J of that prescription
,J % rented from Rush Medical College j ia fortunately Jiving to,see..ft*' N
,. Gettber$1:50; vr" .back Jn 1875. bad found a good :'wonderful auooeas. _
'" deal of aaooea*In auch cases with 1 I Women, '1''children' and ,elderly
'I k boar'!gr'!n:grandCampaign of hill containing .
... a prescription own e are eBpfdaI1y'benefitklil :
-. "O.. :. C." and; simple laxative herb with ;byO> ..Caldwell'. Syrup.Pepsin.,i,, T1'I
___ '.. Jta 1892.ho decided to I
"' If .1 pepsin \While It on,
f' J......... neigh"the t at, \ H.; thia1 Corntnla to she manufao-, : rot constitution ,
,,...... ...ea z:.:: t o.I me the moot and
't' '. "- ..n i L hire of a medicine to bo known aaX in the moat obsUnato Ja, DB.V.B,CA1D wTEU.TODATrtV,
'; '. / QOIlIo *. "SOf:CaWweira Syrup Pepsin,land mid and gentle la ita action and . Bore.hll..a1.M.. Marsh
., .:"(1, ("- --ifi.-: 10 "" i .. 'J\IIrd in that: year"'the."t1 r1Darb&preparation. waat, ;,!\.doeanotcaaaagriplngandatrau.aining Con ,>either opiate ..nor. ,I" ---h.-, .*it.....' ... --. .. . 'it, /. ..

It..TOOAY. raker"CBid"fRAL'DBUG pee s mentioned "picture ol Dr.Caldwell that oP"t{ otic*.It I*aafe for tha f wdCsSo cMt o.u.'; t tJ
.t Peth.psifu
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A P. r jhidr.triN .. .
take . ..
I'r the
.above .. pear*on package waa *.n i babtu4 bildrea lira,I&" _I
f by
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I That the approaching campaign'.of leadership of W. H. Miller, druggist ; I l

I the Florida Educational ,and Temperance of Inverness. The C1a7'eounty And, the!_:Openly! : Avowed Champion! of Better* Cover nrreM
League will' be .an 'entire organisation is directed by E. D.
; sTANV.A3"Y' success .. the well founded belief of Prevatt merchant, of 'Groin Cove In florida Takes the People Into ills full Cont'idencel,
Harry B.; Minium state chairman of Springs. E. N. Webb and Dr. P. S. '
tt ,' the 1eague'who has rallied to' the Merrill are Joint chairmen', of the I .And. ,pandtdfy'.and f fearlessly! States Exactly \
(. SALE cause of the organisation a.body of Dade county,'organization at .X..... I 'Stands "
probably most representative DeSoto oount,'.' organization. Is Where Me on the leading Issues '<:4In
t citizens ever gathering for participation headed by .H. G."Jones, a prominent
{ I Will'1>. orwr in a few,,more dajrtjgrou' will bave to .hurrjr'lf' in any. organized ,work of this' attorney at Arcadia. In; Escambla the.Gubernatorial J Campaign. ',v
.:J character: "" county organization work "is goingon .. .. ......
?,.. .P, you want tomei 4>f these barcains.., '."1 believe this Is the host representative under the directionof," LeRoy V. M -- r ;;".1 '"AI.
---.- ;,organization <>f, men andwomen lsberryj prominent attorney of Taxatiee.,
1 EXTRA SPECIAL 10 cent reduction- Men's ever gathered in ,.Flori Pensacola who is county chairman. Taxation-There '.h a just
per on da." Mfr: Minium said, ,'and I am Bunn.I1. ... the,, center ?ef. Flaglar equalisation of taxes as between the k''
,: 400 Papers Needles '10 to Hats.Men's Ja... that if -campaign is not an county organization work with U;., V. counties and as between the Individ
Sale Price: 2 for Se entire success it will be due to some Brown as county,chairman. R. E. oats and corporations, ef each coua--
paper. Ribbed Union Suit, 'all I cause which oanaot be touched. by L. Moore\ and Rev.' G. E. Benedictof ty. There should be a more effective"
25 per. cent reduction on all local. and state people." Apalachlcola are joint chairmen system; for the assessment, and colcttonof .
;i, I I, Women and Children Hat,. Men i Blue Work Shirts ;.all .*".' Proud' of Organization.' for Franklin'' county.'" Gadsden county l .revonue...' .Thoro'ahoalel be.

". sizes ______..:___$1.00 : :Mr:' Minium'la' proud of'the' is directed by' W.TB.Gresr,, abstractor the strictest economy tn'the'expend-,
Towels,,one lot. Blue Border Mp. organization, in Florid and holds of Quincy. ''W. T.,.Martin, ? tureof the State', revenues, consistent -- ,
; l .each.: efficient prominent-attorney' and'' ,.W u with the admtelstra- fl
large size _.. I'eWomen' 30 Men's its unusually and representative a .roper '
About Slipover pen>inel up as an indication president of the Peninsular tion of ,the laws. Asa prudent and
Bungalow Aprons. size, Sale Price ______$1.90 of the popularity among the .substantial Telephone. Company, president of the careful business man ''would handle
Made of Gingham Sale Price. Sweater. 36 to 42.. ; .. on sale at I people of the state of.the South Florida Fair Association, and hA own business even so should the ,'
.each ______________ $1.39 $L2S.T league's purpo...',.ud alms. chairman of 'the-"Florida centennial business of 'the State t."eonductd.I .'
I We have ..few of those big I ."Aa the ,league' intends merely exposition commission are !Is joint ; am"opposed to the unnecessary
a working In tho.Intere.t of pure,Am- chairmen of. the i Hillsborough. county creation of offices'' and commissions
Reduction all ,Men's.Heavy i '
value in'white and black hose Big *, on oricnnlsm education and law enforcement organization :Tampa." \ ? I and am lit favor with such co-ordina-'

f'. left at pair __-._________ lie Winter Top Shirt I it should have-Just as it Other Prominent Men. I. lon: of the diflerent' departments of
''''If Women white Petti- is getting-the; support of the active the State government' ss will eliminate ' '
?Icoat. They are all selling fast Those work of the best people in Florida,? Ro.' .'Masters I. In charge ofc'Bonlfay'as ,the necessity for them.?The 'pee.- '1:
worth $1.75. Sale special value in Men's Ho.. Mr. Minium said. "For instance'a :: Holmes county chairman plo" of Florida are not opposed to N
Price _______d____ $1.1 ( .- -,.. quick survey of' he personnel: the Jefferson county's ?organization is paying'reasonable taxes, but they.
'. Ribbons, 5 inches wide Odds and End. 'of Men Undergarments county orgaolaaUons'solidwill: convince headed by J. M. Johnaon1'ma.or of Instly"'want'to. see,every', dollar'-so'
pretty >, people- Monticello J., D. Smith,*a prominent paid do dollar's worth of .service.
color, yard *_____?____40c at Big Reduction the any."business people and I the financial business man, la county'ch irman of We"can on.readily: : see the,necessity forcareful' J
people of Florida, the folks Who Jackson county being assisted in the I .* and business 'like'' admtalsbratlon -
I really stand for something In their work by H. D..Clifford of, Marianna. .'" -1': ."l. I ; when we consider, that taxesan.monnting'all
SPECIAL Large Assortment .of_Towel,, Scarfs, Carriage 'Covers, home communities J are behind thisleague. Leo county:is directed by'Rev;II. .J. n.P..oatill: : < the-while:, 'Considering .'

> Pillow Tops Ready to Embroidery. II' ."- lv Haeflinger, pastor of the'' ',Methodist: .Fb t-ONE !ISSUE ., In tnis"'campalgn the'rapidly4 increasing :-wealth'' ,
Fort' ,
Church at Myers. Leesbdrg is .
Many Well Known mea. above of the State which,goes to make up
stands out pre-eminently .
EI: >EI& ? Many of of the ,best known names tion the'center work 'with of Lake Louis county B. Eiglet''organiza secretary all others, namely, shall the laws of our. 'aggregate assessment, taxes... ;i
i In the state ate on:the list'of countyofficers Florida be erapartlaUy and fearlessly should;be-reduced :ratner' than n'OtLoi'Q.esdeu
:Price redaced oa all Shoes for this Sale. Over $2,500 worth Shoes of the league and also on the of the Leeiburg Board of enforced. Shall .constituted authority i creased.l".v. "c..j-(.
Trade, in charge. At' Mayo/t( the ; ''
received this week and put .. Sale.- These Shoes. were bought few state executive conutteej list.' Among. county work II'''being ''handled by I be, respected, and. shall our I, 4, :. ,.
.enthi .,. before big advuce.1. price. We are prepared' te .U them these Gainesville Col. chairman Bob /Davis.(. for mayor. Alachua or Mayor G. M..Gore to. R, M; Fragate, Government be administered In the. Our" State''' institutions'' must be'judiciously 1'
interest of the whole people and:.for and.carefully: managed,
at almost wholesale prices. county tax collector, Bronson,: is ; .
present and Dr. W. H. of '
t county, Cox I ,.
handling the organization work 'of the benefit of the whol..people. and'supervised. If Iam. elected
Sale End Wednesday" Night, January '2 *t. Gainesville vice-president-- of 'the Levy county. 1 am ,opposed' to the State or Nation Governor every official or' employee.
University of Florida, as city chair-
4!, Cults being controlled or dominated by a connected therewith, must be "an efficient
man. At Fort Lauderdale; reward P. McCord mayor of.Tallahassee class 'whether that class Is a coterie servant of the ..State,.,,and
county oper.tIonlare. centered with is chairman of the ?Leon of capitalists or the radical elements must, ably ,and conscientiously perform -.
Rev B. Atcherson minister, as county county branch of the league Madison "
which are now so clamorous.. I''am his duties as such and:the'val
STORY'S 'chairman. Bradford's county 'county's organization Is headedby opposed to Socialism Bolshevism u. of. his or her services will not be
chairman is D. E. Knight prominent R. H. Rowe mayor of Madison Syndicalism\ .or any other schemesof determined bv supposed political-or
and of the '" of
attorney of Stark At Panama City one leading" attorneys enaD'leDt'propo.ed and 'fostsrred partisan worth. :
where Bay county operations are his section of the state. Col. R.' F. socialisticelements: the final-t-t reclamation
of I that
by the our believe ,
.. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA I. centered work1 is being.* carried -on Rogers postmaster <*f'' Ocala, I 4j. society --which are 'not In sympathy of.the Everglades districts .should be
under the direction of G. M. B. Harris chairman of, the Madison county or- with..ourf orra .of. consumated.: rapldlyi.as_ practica-...,..--'
Bay county'tax assessor, 'county ganization.Senator E.tcal\c&\ institutions, I am unalterably ble,!aDd that,the State lands, so far 1'as '
-- chairman. ins of Fernandina is at the head of opposed to the "red ft..." and what possible, >should be ,sold JCALICO, MILL ENDS. GINGHAMS Mc- At Blountstovn Thomas C. Ray the Nassau branch of the leagued: it stands for. For Its teachings of who expect to cultivate ,the soil, as, ,I-;
PERCALS, AND ONE .MILLION GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE. attorney and mayor-elect; and B. A. Judge John M.t Cheney' prominent class hatred" its visionary and distorted distinguished from speculators. To .
Cox. and the present attorney of Orlando is leading the
attorney mayor . of lack insure .this'result liberal, terms ,forpayment
government or '
are jointly acting as chairman Orange county league. Milton Pled- '
deceitful should
be. ,
of government' and for its i accepted.i
LENGTHS, 45c, 35e AND ZSc VAL END SALE. tor' Calhoun county. At Lake'City ger1' *f Klssinunee is heading the and seductive promises of loot and I favor a just and equitable reapportionment -.,
UES FOR 12V'c A YARD FREE the Columbia county organisation Osceola. league. Mayor' J. W. Oliverof to a special class of society. of the representativesIn
A want ad. in the Valley Gazette work I. being handled under the direction Bartow is heading the Polk county power ...
RAILROAD FARE AND $1.00 I do not expect neither do I desirethe the State required
will of Dr. R. B. Harkness, physician branch, Col. L. M. Dawson; of
rent rooms. -
your spare Constitution
substitute ,
vote of man who 'would by.the ,:
county chairman. Citrus coun- Oak is chairman of the Su-
for institutions the Bolshevistic Internal' '
I our Impreveaae-ats.-
8 v. LINE TO AUTOISTS COMMENCING Subscribe for the Valley Gazette ty has been organized under the .wannee. county league. Socialistic or I. .Vt. W. The development and constructionof

propaganda- for, the-- confiscation. and Inland water. ways Is one of'the ,
DATA FROM BIRTH AND destruction of all that the AngloSaxon great needs'of our State.. i We should
DEATH CERTIFICATESA has been taught to revere 'and co-< -" respect. in every feasible enterprise,
i 'persual of the birth'and death Better Government in Florida. having this end'' Ini.view'Nothing
certificates issued the past month Second-I WANT TO SEE BET- so rapidly develops a country as adequate ,
which are now on file at the clerk's TER GOVERNMENT' ESTABLISHED and economical tran.portation?I
office show that life and death have IN FLORIDA. A political officeis and if elected I pledge myself towards
very nicely balanced the scales. not a private asset belonging to its consumauon in every possible ,
The data stated that three girls him who holds it, to be used in the manner. Our people are now ,
and one boy arrived hem via the furtherance of financial or political wisely, unanimous in demanding. bet-'
stork route; Miss Ruth Elizabeth is advantage: .We will have "better ter roads and highways, because
living at the county home of A. L. government" in Florida only'when they realize that the industrial future .
ANNOUNCEMENT King; Miss Susie Leona at the home men elected to high office shall think'of of the State largely depends on
: : of George L. Bronson; a daughter themselves as representing the the kind of roads that she may be
Orr" ' cameo gladden the home of Mr. people and their welfare rather than In position to offer those who contemplate
and Mrs. Winn and a son arrived at their own selfish aggrandizement.The coming into Florida to des
the home of Mr. and Mrs.Walter,, higher and more important the velop her, agricultural and other re
Guffey. office .the greater is the responsibl- sources. J believe that,Florida should
Among the deaths which have not ty of him who would fill It, and higher have the best system roads that
yet been chronicled are that of R. should be the deals actuating every progressive economy/ eo_ provide
t A. Bartow, who has been an Inmateof official act. He who aspires to and I'also''b.Ueve'that the fends
the farm but who provided by the State and Nation
county poor the high office of Governor should
Mr. Paul Stanley formerly of nevertheless) has many friends'In know and respect the tenstkutional, : for building; such roads should be expended ,
Qsceola county. He died at the ripe prerogatives which are vested in the in the most' econontlcaland
old age of 79 ears. Governor, and he should likewise ef4ci.nt'7.' -
t. Tampa, Florida, has purchased Vivian' Eatefle, the small daughter know and respect the limitations of A, clllbn.; ,
of Mr.,and. Mrs. Asa, died on the executive power, Imposed' by the f far or..very measure that tends,
; fifth of January and was laid to rest Constitution ,and laws of the State. to ,encourage' and promote our Agricultural ,.
ed entire interest the .
my in in Rose Hill .cemetery. I am opposed to the Governor's office Citrus fruit Trucking and : .t
being used as. a Clearing House' for Live- stocky industries.' It; has, been
CALICO, MILL ENDS; GINGHAMS cheap and selfish political schemes, aid. "All wealth comes from' !.the'';
PERCALS," AND ONE MIL. and if I am elected Governor'will i soil." This being true, Florida' ., Is'singularly \.
I not use its II high function., to build blessed 'by. 'mature with.
LION OF 10 AND 20 ?YARD a, political:machine1' .to ,advance the productive soil and climatic condiditions .,
LENGTHS,'45c; 35*.AND 2Sc VALUES political ambitions of any''' .msn and''the' above enterprises spropery
Central FOR I 12V .A YARD-FREE Neither will I pander to passing preJudices fostered and'protected are
Drug iISforeo RAILROAD FARE AND $1.00 nor practi e'th. crooked arts destined to make her one p( the ,richest ''It''
: BROOMS FOR ;22&*FREE GASO- of the Demagogue; In'a general States in the Union. ,
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sen.o' the 'representsthe Heroes.Every .
9 : LINE.TO 'AUTOISTS "foregoing .v. Our MiKtary .
COMMENCING primary issues and I shall stand for .
Mel :man .nd'an who' deserves ;
them without fear or favor I shall the"name, holds 'sacred remembrance -' "'
GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE also stand for 'more specific thingsas '
the heroes who, made the
' I earnestly' request. my friends ;. ; PLANT END-SALE.CITY, FLA-BIG-MILL-: .followsf.; Education-' ** enough supreme;: that. sacrifice we should'. but remember it II"and not '

Educ.t1oQ-Thel'education,, of.our glorify:'the dead.;:Thoee,other heroes
,and, customers td" continue to children '*ls' of primary '"'importancebecause whose) bodies were broken, these'ana'
/ <,;.ri;| i;; : ,, OLD LAND MARK TORN DOWN. our teachers''mould from the all the others'who returned to their
plastic mind of childhood the characters .. homes stripped of all but fadeless
extend to him the patronage,, :V-s. The old frame 'building on' Darlington which',must,ultimately: control glory'deserve the'highest'consideration.

,,. 1' ... "..J\\ .; .. avenue next to tb. Gazette the destinies of. the Nation. In youthis and It .would be .an unspeakableshame
: office, which is among Klssimmee'stend the time to instill love of country If''some adequate provisionwere ,
a ,,-W. ,'. : .. they so kindly extended to th(1: (:? .-fu'\ m.rbr was raised to the ground Every boy and-girl should be taughtthe not made1'' for them by'' theirState ,'I ,
.this week having been purchased by principles of civil 'government and Nation In defense of which
while I the owner: \ / "i:, F. H. Lawson and the sacred, obligation constl they fought so well, and this.provision -
. ; 3"A4 i "' store, was : .' ? . fjj\: '. i) It was erected in the early days tuted authority.; An education its] should be.made not .In some far p
of the city& by Editor Basset, .who '
: i ( f broadest,sense to be useful and practical off tomorrow but''now ..while their.
.. r v1tVMr. ... published the Kisslmmee ,Leader '
: must also-->e comprehensive; need is greatest. -? .
' Johen.I' developing the physical...'alongwith And now in conclusion,.,I .
,,,, -,: ,'t! j"i;. u.f ".'. Stanley Is ah experienced phar- V,j'j' j ,' From that time to. the present its the mental powers of the child.v We assure my fellow citizens that I shall,
I ,0 -. I history has been a varied one and of should, teach,'tho) elementary principles stand on the above platform as conscientiously
' : ..; ., ,f, ;. macist and I assure you that he will I. ;; ::' .J.. late years it' has been going from'. of agriculture, and ;horticulture 'and as'unfailinirly after'
", '" ..' "'"' "\e bad to worse. .wellas 'arttl'1and.deneo election and
as. the domestic election''as I. do,before ,
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operl1t ,tho store in the ,same courte* .1 J,.. ." fits removal wlU'clar'a. very desirable and manual training r must if.I amt, elected .I pledge. myself, to, t
: "'' building location. ".> be-unlversal.-giving equal'opportunity discharge'every'duty- as .1 see .it;
'' and efficient manner it has .. to the rich and The faithfully (and Impartial-,
:' ; ; :, ous as < poor.alike. fearlessly\ \
'. school termini most of oar rural districts lye. > 'f
formerly been managed. PERCALS. AND ONE MILLION is too short,and our, teachersare Tours. slncerelyi Uardei.: +'
I \ \OF 10, AND 20, YARD too often inadequately paid.. ti ; Gary A- "

4Se 35c'AND 25e VALUES .
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', FOR 121% A YARD=; FREE ertson, the' winner eeld: -i:"A countyagent :CALICO, MILL; ENPS,., :GINGHAMS : {t
r" :' RAILROAD FARE AND .$1.00 is a farmer trained '.to.serve FERCALS,.''AJm 'OH\... t'
BROOMS FOR 22c-FREE GASOLINE his rural pop)" as an'apostle of the -
j' ideals of teacher of UON OF 10 AND 20 ;TA1D '
high living as a ,

.j 'a" 1' ;\ : ':We J. .ST 'D' THURSDAY TO AUTOISTS,.JANUARY COMMENCING, -. Me the business progressive, the industry principles aM..tho ef 'profession the LENGTHS, .45*. 35c AND sec:'VALUES ..

''or _. .,_ .. ;, GUIRE'S DEPARTMENT STORE. of farming and as promoter FOR\ WAle A ''TAKD-FRfiB, .,

\.:, J JT...lit:,. '... .. "tJ. .II' 1" fT, -. ..' "(;1 ," LANT. CITY, FUL-.,_IG'-' MILL- of whatever will( make for: thewelfare' RAILROAD FAKE .:,.

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; ., Was, bom October-the 26th. 1956, ? -Jan.-6. -(Special.)- CUT PRICE j 'P PENNSYLVANIA' Racine Auto Tire Co.
In Singapore India died at his horn Senator Trammell of Florida' is determined ,
.at:.Kissimmee, Florida, January the that congress shall not legislate . Vacuum Cup ,and BarCircleTires E
11th. 1920, at the ace 'of 63 year, .further for the high ranking Armorcord Tires Horseshoe Tires :.i n
+ + '.. three month and 15 day.. officers of the army until :more is and Tubes-Ton.Tested 'w ,
4 His father,, Henry Albert Matbew, don. for the privates and other who I r '
f Drought, was Commodore in his ma. suffered in the war with GermanyYesterday ) r I'r
JeitjrV India Navy. There were 12. when the providing
IA children' in the family, all of whom' for the treating'. of grade oi SUPEftlOl COM .

living are dead in except British three East brothers Africa, an4 oneNis pending lieutenant-general'.,' the. object of the the< army measure was Site iZ TIRES Size ested estedfi Size 4

+n. two in"England being to'allow three or four of the i-l ..II"1: !hiIi J I h ::11:1130aJ

.went The to deceased Ireland, In with his childhood his parents And, high ranking, Senator. .army Trammell; officer to opposed be advanced z i! J u i! i i i!

was .raised in' Kingston, Ireland; the bill upon the senate floor in a
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came to Florida in 1884. united with brief statement* He aaidt 3Cb.S. 11.45 14.15 3.00 15.25 1.85.____ 3.tO

I I .the Epscopat church, was superintendent "Some six months ago I"introduced 3b3tA lYe -... 2.70 .
111.35 $ .
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of S. S at Key; Went num- in the senate a bill providing for 30z3% 23.7. 10.35 3.50' ,311 x_ 4.6 3.

ber Helen_of KeIth Nleoll: was-at married Orlando to;Flor-Miss the additional rank and recognition file of"and the"ardto American ,..1ZaJ1f UJS9_ ,i L4fc J...;4 .... --Sl. r ..37...'.;., -7e---1.&O-:' E2s31 _23.40_20.11 _..._ 4.H us -. :;) j

Ida in 1907. There_ was born to this army. A* ,..r'J have heard of no 31x4 21.00 3.85 '31&4 27.31 21.71. o.t..sio" 3111' .2&80 32.IS .--;'- 5.50' "Us.. ; .:
onion one 'daughter Alice Brlstow favorite report that measureor -
; upon '
x' Drought. the only near relative to any other measure of a .similar 32x4 21.75 40.15 42.15. 4.0533x4 Jb4 21.7' U7S _____ 4.75
34 37.1S 30.20 s.zs
console her. mother. ._ character.: Until congress see proper 22.40 41.20 41ZI 4. 034x4 i
33.4 30.15 35.11 ___ .... usUK4
t 'He lived the beautiful liome life to give. as I see it, the proper -
that< counts so much .to the nome recognition and reward to the rank 23.00 42.40 4439 4.45 33. 41.05 31.00 .5. 03Z3S 30.$03.O0. UI S.1S
a circle. lie prised highly hit mother's and fije# of the army I propose to object'41Aa J't/4/
,' 'Bible which show much use, with' to. further promotions .In an Increase 3Zx4y 30.70 cs... 47... 5J5. 3414 4O.IS 341Aa 3&.ZS 44.SS 57.15. 7.30 I.OS J1

\ many favorite" notations passages and of scripture comments showIng on- .ficers. Therefore in compensation I object to higher the consideration of 33x4 3140 48.40 48.75, 545 5Z.7S' ___. .... J3s41Aa 31.$0 ,4US _____ 7.55 I-2t 4 .

a nurtured his young by a and good tender Christian years mother was- time." of the bill at the present M.4V, 3240 47.75 50.15 540 33a41Aa SUI '_____ OJS 344140.10 47.70 _____ 7.75 us 1.

who planted. the Ideal home life SSx4Vi 3X25 4840 5145 545 34141A.. SUS ____ 7<0 ,3S.C% 4.75 CJ.IS 1Z.S5' '.OS 1.40' i'
in his young mind. He was a man STATEMENTS FROM FLORIDAANTITUBERCULOSIS >> \ .
i. o( wonderful fortitude, and .ell.e>>11- ASSTI _.,3114133.75 _.. 8.15 Sa4% ,57.01 _____ 7.10 3$14% 41.IS SUS ---- .... 1.71 'I
rtrotwthawIU remarkable. "fu "
power trnly' ti-< ,Fr.m'a'last; Issue of""Notes," 33x5 4140 =.._. _.__= 84535x5 -ti4% ,'SI.ZI-- ':= _.n 7JO -33,1847.ZS"ss.ze __'__. US 7AS : ,

Day before his death b.ad11.d the semi-monthly leafletIssued by 4425 ?._'_ 84537x5 33x5 17... N_____ S.OS 3515 .41,15 suo 7S.IS '.55 7.75 J' J
friend to his home, and talked freely the Florida Anti-Tuberculosis$ Association
?' stand calmly over the funeral arrangements i. given the following. ,statement 4540 7.20 35x5 .. 70J5 _____ S50 $0.41 SLID _____ 11.00 1.15 ,
; and said he was ready to meet concerning the Red Cross !
his Heavenly Father and death had Christmas Seal Sale from 'uncompleted 3500 MILE GUARANTEE .37x5 7440 _____ 8.S5 Fikie 'Gwuta ___________.001 Miles .J 'I'J1d

r with no terror his soul.for him, that all was well progress reports-made and In a Florida's summary fight. '.e[ CORDS GUARANTEED 8000 MILES 3500 MILE GUARANTEE en Guraahe _____::______1000 Mils ; '

The morning 'of his parsing, he against tuberculosis 'during. ,1919. .:
walked, with h... loved wife' assistance It is earnestly hoped .that Osceola .\,. '

to a chair In the living. room be dieing CebusUa Hot Slat Battery ______________:-___.------$ 340 l'i Spot Ujfcts ________*._____..:.______________ $10.00 ( ;

helped and was r back so'weak to bed he, and asked In a to short ganised to combat this disease. Colombia. Dry Cell Batteries ____________1J.: ._____._ 45 ... Favpa __________________________________ %..75"r.

. time, passed on without struggle, During 1.19. Milwaukee Ford Timer. _____,____.:_______ ---.---- z.zs Dixie Gloss Polsk ...t____*.__________-.___________ 140 ,': .1'

a went calmly to sleep to awaken in Five counties were organized,making J. & B. Ford Timer ___________-__________________ 1.50 Ckaaspie it A. C. Spark Flags_____________________ 1.00 ;
'Fl heaven aNine total of seven counties Weeds Everlec Tire Patck-_______________SOe, $1.00 1.50 Leu Poluk parutHtilor Aatos. kijkly iaisksd. far- \.

nurses were employed.Five Adamson Vulcaaixer. Model U _______..________, 240 Hare and glass 1.00
COUNTY ------ ------- -------------------- -1
MISS LOGAN NAMES clinics were opened. '
r Nearly one thousand new members AdamfOB'Vnlcanixer Model T ?,__________.__------_ %.00 4 Pat "RAPID SEALER" n your tires we gaarantee 1000 .... .

CHAIRMAN.Miss of the State Association, were Simplex Jacks ___.b i____________________*.____.' 540 more riles for your tires. ..
Mary. Epursn, who makes enrolled.

{r'r her was In headquarters the city thik M freek Jacksonville in the interest , county One thousand associations new enrolled.members! .i .of 1-.1 118'Broadway SHEAROUSE GILBERT & CO.Phone e 1

of the Near East relief work Twenty-five counties'. started. mod : .'t*
which was formerly carried.on under em health crusades. .&I
the name of the Armenian-Serbian Semi-monthly paper "Notes"launch+
ed. .
Work.' .
Beef Courses given bv Stat. Association .
,.' I.. to: be put on fotblrty .
in -- -
j Staff three summer' schools
million dollars In" February, and ; -
UM, Logan's mission here was to and home demonstration" short are'kept. ', ::, '''ny :v CONTROLLING"CORN' WEEVIL > WINTER:GROWTH,IRISH I sell the only,. Genuine Racine Tires. '
rc appoint individual who could make course. Of particular Intent .tn. livesto'cservey NOW I RUE WINNING.TASK POTATOES.The .
'. success of the.movement.. recently completed in South Exclusive distributor .for Kinimftwev Z
a / Miss Logan named Miss Ines Car- VICTORY BUTTONS. Dakota are figure,on- the qualify Or.ceoba: : county would do'. well ,to bulk of the.Irl.h potato crop , *
MIl aa count,.- chairman ,' for''thewomen' All ex-navv men, regulars and reserves of pure' bred sires, as well as the. go In for mote'cam n ralsng. Crops will be planted between December 20 i ;
activities ;of' the drive but who nave- not yet received a number of''scrubs end 'grades in that raised her. have' l been> productive. and February 1. From th-j JACK 'SPARLING VULCANIZING 1
was',"unable-during her .hort.lta1 to Victory Button' 'are -inz; ted to writeto region.- I which shows 'the soil is adapted ip cial: standpoint, it;: usuaUy,- eom"'fr.1
'secure a man. tS 'direct,,the work. or the nearest navy recruiting Fourteen'tountiee; typical of Uvestock -]J this branch of agriculture/ and tfe to plant the 'cropt early' as ..conditions .-- '
T tia;will l:'probably be;arranged lat station for their' button. 'All thatis condition in the State ;were sides its commercial i value the- fod; will permit says A. Spencer ; \ WORKS. f
JOn ,_ included in the survey" Of "th..lre. der is food for'cattle.' ' : ( ,/
er.' necessary to get the''Vletory But- good of. the College Agriculture Extension ,
>, the' iixteenth''of this month a ton ia your discharge'or. release from In herded'; -of. cattle 66per nter"&TAde. ?The' Marion tounty agricnltayal Division.. 'requirei from *0 v" 107
Meeting. of the worker .in'this cam the naval"forces. It considered. ''Or scrubaand about 25 percent agent, co-operating 'wIth the bureau to 120 days to a marketable Broadway.
paign will be' called Jacksonville belt to send',discharges or .releases :': of';,the purebred sina. '\were of Entomology's field s rent' int:; FlorIda when eminent. 'workers' classed *, Inferior.,aceordin.: .to apart hi.Olt' { work crop
I speakers and bv 'registered-mall.' Navy' Recruiting p report J valuables fairly"well that' the January.''planted! '
,,, will be'' present and .errtdetaU of. Stations-are' locatedat Jacksonville, of th reports.-'This is the<-brat to' be the controlling. of the 'com particularly iri the potato area Expert Tire and Tube Repairing.. ,
crop y
w .the arranged .for.! Tampa, ,Orlando and Ocala; Fla.. count ub and;purebreds nvera: weevil. He sayt.that during the of east and south Florid mature ata :, '
> considerable-area, received 'by *the current season" approximately 850;: -
about the r
CARD ,OF THANKS. PURE., BRED ;SIRES! ARE NOW United States department .000i,agri* 000 bushel. of I corn were raised'Jn best.time" when the price*. are:, '
'CATTLE' RAISING ESSENTIALS euJt re.*.*' '-" ,his county.. The'field agent, eld'a' Anyone7: in.this'area' hsving.'moist, ). ,L. BARBER:
--We appreciate kindness"shownus thit'when''pvntired: ' .
. ,
." ----.- I; Ur.wa.found series of meetings' 'and gave'\illustrated land for Irish' potatoes ;;
ruy; through bereavement by our .Ridding.:the cattle-herd* of gradior sires were used. the'average: ;, herd lectures F about the .evils and sandy,,should'plantthem spitable before February - REAL ESTATE *
friends and neighbors, andmany scrub emphasised b,..U,..- I of 200 grade ,cows returned $540 control 'of"'th41 corn weevil'with the 15-- t If ",'n '
T "'thanks for the lovely flowers. : stock experts of. the'-United .States I jnore: profit,.during. 11918 than.:.when :result that:a'' great many farmer On muck or prairie- lands- the TJsngertof SiaaD Farms aid. Residences1! ,. .
I' _t}ha. ';Steiner .and .son,.Frank, Jr. department of agriculture. Men ;91 grade ,or scrub sires'-were used.: .It have built tight crt *.for. the proper freezing 'must be taken' into a Speedily. r..
has been estiutated that the elimination'of and.. their {' ,
experience in rattle 'raising, now housing :: fumigation of' 'shouM be
i land the
"' :If yon have anythlngto sell. trade connected: with the government'serv II : inferior purebred sires would corn. and as a direct consequence account delayedsome: 15 days._ ...Should a KISSIMMEE -:- FLORIDA ;;!
fir exchange try4an, ""ae" ia our claM' ice, point out the, increased: ,value;'of. increase the* average profit In each many thousands-of, bushels of -eom freeze occur ;when' the is just t.i;
'sifted_..,. ,_column. .. _. cattle where pUN bred .air... alone herd .from $640 to 9800 annually.< have been aat.l'cL,1\ coming through the ground crop it. will do ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.Klaslnraee .. "'
Ie. ''i.Tirat ,Essentl:4 serious)amount of injury, but if .
y .
no ." */2
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: ; ,0> r. the well ..
1 An air-tight: ctlb\Targe t enough to it occurs when all plants are (
I. . . tore, a i reasonable'.amount, of corp established or 6 ,.inche. ;high ;it Is Chapter NoT' MJ! _
. 'J''' ir d"'l. ;. i is the' first essential> in combatting. very' destructive.'" pnl....the crop is Meets ind- add 4th Thursdays: ,9.nv
: ? j' : thaweevil.; '''It' is also necessary that for commercial, purposes 'it I.- better "' 'rat.'It HalL Broadway..'_
? d \ DR. T..M. RIVERS "VL.H.GEDGE ; :ci O.NGETAIiy.J.i \,. the com be thoroughly, dry' tot prevent to plant so that it make its greatest Mrs. Mary B. Alexander W,,M.
,- 'r' '. *.* ,." ; . heating. before it ia placed in growth. "during., April and M.y. .. .Miss Xllsabeth ..... '"
,,'' ,, > oD. cy.
t "c..JJ.r" 1r'b -rstj..t; .
'' ,. ',;, .. ,,. ,'. :, ' '" \ MI. the cribs for'fumigation. .The best Thorough preparation Of'tbe land (, i
, ,' :, .: ,I'. .: :. .'.".. .,; . .,,, ''..r'oeM ..., ,,}- :,. : '\'. 1'. results usually' follow'where'. the Ia'''YeI'Y' Important. It.Is seldom'thatnew
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.. , n .... .., ,' .., I :, ,' '. .1-.. land for the first
L :;r -Ti""r. .,.;. ... 3N, "' 'f. '. "t' ,,1'.j w ;%' .J ft"" ,f'.o: ;..0'J husks are removed from the corn, so planted time
r ... \ :' n-, . ,, . ," ..' ., .vL ;1.. ;::: '. ... that the'grain can be .placed: inan,, uniform stand a. the soil '
'., '.,.,,''.1,1.... ."., .., .,,'< .l.' ,..'..\,..'.-, ,' ,: i.; "''; "k ,.. '. y .' open'erib' for a'ptlriocl.of ,110'to'15day eondltlon. are. not favorable for uniform ; THEForestburg
', }., ",.': ,'". "" ;; ; '" : ,.- ..I -.,:::.,.. I'i'' where ,it' will have access: to growth. The fertilizer, should ,
- 7, .1 .\", 7' l., plenty., of light > and. air. This,, also be mixed with' the soil,. as far as it MI
: 45; .. ,'. . I. operates to free the grain from weevil ia possible 'to do this. '" During, the
j ..' '.:!to-, .' which can not.'..withstand light. winter months the action bf the fertiliser :
,.4P especially: sunshine.. is slow'compared'with summer ., .
"} ". : .. > r\ .1'i, Air'I'ight'Crib ,' /applications:! and i unless it." has i
: ; time ,to .undergo the proper' change f?
After the' is thoroughly dry
Batik of Osceola eon to make It into plant food, the potato ..
County be ,in air-tight: crib '
it should
: : : ,. : placed : plant will get very little of it. Theusual .* "* .S ;
and.4: pound. 'of carbon dTsnlphld
; .,- :< .. '. each ;.application is from: 1500 >to Now t
should be applied' for 11,000 cu- Open V, fil
,:. ,KISSIMMEE?FLORIDAr ;1"\.11' .. '" l.'f. bin feet.of ,Ja-the-erib.,''.Iftheshucks 2000. pounds of' fertilizer per acre.Most .... _y,
. .. . "" .f ;
\ .". '' ,. fd"' "; : are not removed the quantity . ,f"
+ 4 ..: 'S eC. : y : : pJantin.'th.;crop. '" FOR FISHING J: PARTIES I
; doubled. .
should be ; The application
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9 ., h
f; flrr' + !b x -<" h. s} a", ? 1"y r 0 I} f should not be made on : ftimp or --h

t\ \1! 1'MA. : ..o'Citizen8tBank ol. Kissimmeexti: ::, i' \L1, rainy. day,'' a*:.too much moisture\ A U f-....""i' } #
prevents speedy evaporation. 'it .
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-, :' "( '. r- . "f!", '{ 'ctjg flMI; 1 Ar! t1.MnU.I. oR1s 13 miles' ; LEeit t
w should be erformed ALE down th
ai ond fumigation
(,iJrtl> 1 #;. .iE .l.ftPt.I,! !, ,
., I lJ. 1r, .
.. ; arGk ; r ,iI\' ; fVa.: 33Wt-\ : stt tO after the hours
<< f ; : : ] J'005,1W within 26 to 80 day flrst. furnished Live bait |
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J. :; c '1" '1 ey\1. f.f\' .1".fi'IJYTtf tfi t"f TIJ' Ordinarily two. fomlgatiojisnrrerwjf* '
rt1 l
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: sl live fish for I
.: ; Ott '....Jr ',I't: ...!,. ;;oHr; : ''r.1) ; J.t ;1 t 1 \" ;'::"': ':;::,;4t' x'; 'r,1 : t1il I'y1t.,1: .l f "1-'f' 'ent. to savefthe' corah tofwatch. esp ., al? o. 18\t9oodaU's 'F.b I .'t'Iat0ll: boats for hire. sale Bring and beddjn/t smart fr
Hi Is/essential
11 t, to 'i t ,'SOT t.J: \ .. Yi ,I "h ; z.T J14OT tYi MM93t". kJ ugh ; the ..1Ybt NK 61ofjhe ) ICo. "
... 1f-lf' ) sl ; t\h1 ) Ryya'; in closely reafMfT; and. if )iecr aDd grub / a
1' f' '(I." JI-1. .'Utl':! U/>.? ;f. 'sow..:r't t-.,:. x rrt" '{ '1'" ; JJffd...p16,.. .;1\.11 .fTIj" 1r'tJJ to make the uses of the eal'j ., with bungalow\thereon erected '/ *# ,, ?$ _

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