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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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r OaNela O..tN, 19t,, a.wna.tNA.vnMe *. HOT. DECEMBER. 11 1914 VOLUME*XVII. NUMBER 51I V
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".r'\( FORE.. Listen. Old F.ther'Killslm ee! yourself and for I mighty good chanto secure for PLANT1

\ l '' J t We want You and your son and We also want every winter one/>f the blg-Gee!
Washington D. C-Presideat WO every other eon to come up to the every other kind of a almost told'you about it.
'nts Infmson
l/i incipal ln son)a Us annual address delivered in' board of trade meeting next Monday this meeting. We Enough said, eh T Well, you come ENLARGED i
night Just got to have you there. big something bigger
person to co.enTaea 7 gave hi to the board of trade next Mon
s We also want every red-headed plode. If we can set it
essageFirst answer' to' those who contend the "booster" in the county to be there. If will be heard from night at 7:30: p.m. and hear the .. *'
'< United State U unprepared for aational you are a real booster, this is your country to the other. .* !
Urges panaf of bills now defense opportunity to do something big for Now, listen! We noise.
nnlocklat astnrsl I - Will BaMoraWDoubles
for -- -
pending resources - Capacity : "
with proper QMerratlon am "Let there be ao misconception he

for encouraging us41ef 1 a..lg.ble i said!, "the country ha been misinformed. ' A.

waters for generation ef, power. We have not been negligent ofDatio.aI SHINGLE CREEK SMALL NICK GROWERS MAY ?
Secon .--Says sent I* should sane- defense. We have not been ? Ir
for wlf-gorernmenl
lion bill greater \
for Filipinos passed PV house.Third. unmindful of the treat responsibility I RAPID GROWTH OF CITY DE
.-Recommeiu' i that congrem resting upon a*. We hall learn and ROAD DISPUTE FROM HERE PULL OUT OF MANDS MORE POWER- AND i '
pass shipping bill no peadiai; cresting profit by the lesson of every experience : LIGHT FOR ALL PURPOSES!: ;: '
a government m resant marine. READY ABOUT DECEMBER 20. o
Fourth. Urges P sure of sea and ever: new circumstance, and AND I i, ,

men's safety bill.FUth.Aaka < what i needed will be adequatelydone. The greatest Improvement that baa '
je LEAGUEQuestion
for a IW te chart th< SETTLEDCounty' been made In the city within the past .
.dangerous coasts of Jakka.Sixth. year is the enlargement of the ,
.Points out |el ef strictcsl Assembled in joint session in the METAL CULVERTS municipal electric light plant with, ,
economy consistent w k efficient goreratnent < hall of the house! senators and representatives The city and county new machinery now being ,installed.
and recommsdV pystematltgovernmental heard the president, read- carload shipment of that will more than double Its capacity; ,
Gets of Benefit Presen1 !
reorgaMiation.Seventh. ing his address in person from the Righ Way this week, which will I and large enough to, e ;
.-States.plainly that he ii legislative the administration repair work during meet all demand for several )"earL'; '
j opposed to a big sfaMaiig army, but I program and voice a From months. Affiliation In Brick BaIIdIa,.. .. .; '
says America should iBeoursgr. a citizenry i fervent hope that the United States Tyson A few months ago the substantialbrick '
trained in the ttMeti of mil.. i might be instrumental in bringing O ooococo OtOOO I building, which houses the. eleo. }

scctMesMtd to arm.Eighth.8q. .. peace to Europe. The legislative program I trie plant, was enlarged to make ,i
a pnrerfal navy ii iricludes passage of the conservation -I ready for this new machinery.A huge y '+
bills the bills for ultimate independence I
our natural and proper means of de WHEREBY STRIP OF ROAD BECOMES tube boiler, made especially by the. rt al
ence. but asks who fU tell what sort I of the Philippines, ratification OF LOCAL ORGANIZATION TC Case and Hedges company, of Chattanooga :
PUBLIC HIGHWAY. On account of the
of the London convention for I TAKE VOTE ON SUBJECT.
of navy to I held I was Installed upon the completion . :1.'
I O stitute to be '
safety at sea, a government owned i That section of the Shingle Creek day December 19, of this work and last Sunday' wti., 3
merchant marine, charting the perilous The Osceola County Fruit and
road running through Ped Tison'splace O Truck and Fruit I the new engine dynamo for the ;
waters of the Alaskan coast and (near the Shingle Creek station) Growers' association met itregular plant) arrived Workmen Immediately
elation will not meet
$1500.LAND(} I measures for economy in all branches ''he again to be opened for public use date. Instead, a session last Saturday morn- began unloading the machinery and
; of the government.The according to an agreement reached has been called for with B. E. Evans filling the chair by the end of the week itwill be ... ''e
president departed today from Monday at the board of county com December the absence of the president, S. B sembled though it will Ukely'rqulra'another ,\
the prepared text of his annual ad- when Mr. Tison morning Routine business was dl.I .- ten to' make'all
missioners' meeting, days connections !
o'clock the
dress to congress, to give notice to agreed to give the county a warrantee in city I of and then the subject of the and get it running order.;
DEAL I if MADEPROPOSED the business world that the legislative are urged -to be at :
; deed for a right of way through his + relation to the Florida The work assembling engine
program of his administration, as it property for $25 providing that the I and Shippers' !league came Is In charge of II. C, Finkofthe Erie, ? _
"l. affects regulation of business, was county would construct a hog proof for discussion. Pa., representing the Skinner Engine,|.W '"'
81 MPANY 'TO f practically completed. He said it had fence on either side of the right of IN Motloa to Withdraw.For company,and an electrical expert will
TAKE OVER Jlj M. LEE'S resulted in for business" way so as to protect his farm. The I can whip my weight some time many of the groweri be here' today to 'put "In .the' twitch,, x
SOUTHPORT HC IINGS FORA to travel to "unclouded success. commissioners ordered the road supervisor But I'll not beat felt that they were getting 'DO board and ... to erecting the dynamo. ,j,
R> I, The president's statement in full I to begin work on the fence as Nor join the fray from their affiliation with the Superintendent >Joiner and six local'j'
BIG CATTLE with relation to business legislation When wildcat Grower and Shippers' league ..
soon as possible! and the road a workmen are assisting with the work y ,
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cted hitch oc- i was as follows: I doubtless be opened and put in shape.for this feeling crystallized into defln- The new engine is a.horizontal, reciprocating
Unless some une "Our program of legislation with travel by the middle of next week. CARPENTER LOSES action Saturday when Ambrose unaflowen"ne, of a new }'
curs a deal will be mmated thii regard to the regulation \>f business is This strip of road has been a bone While at work at made a motion that the ...... German type, capable of producing a'. ,
week by which a s company is tc now virtually complete. It has been of contention for a long time and the shop Monday, John : record the fact that at the 860 a base for-it a .,
take over most of *}John M. Lee put forth, as we intended, as a whole i I public feels as gratified as the commissioners finger entirely cut off regular meeting of the body. Sat- concrete foundation 13 1-2x221-2 and "
property at South; t for the purpose and leaves no conjecture as to whatis that the dispute is settled and another one so December 19, a motion to with 6 feet deep has been constructed.
of developing a bi [stock ranch and to follow. The road at last lies lacerated that if was would be
become established from the league put is ., 7
and that it is to an new dynamo threephaNdt.cIoubI.
buying and selling 1 tde.f Rull Basi clear and firm before business. It is a county road. Although the'county has physician to amputate ; the house;, Mr. Moore explain capacity, 6,000 volts and 160 kilowatts.
is the one local I 1vbo'hat. been I' road can travel without fearor worked the road for years it has been quiet is left-handed and that'this was to call public atten.. Coat About $%',000. .
t""' :engineering the de $; Mr. Lee will embarrassment. It-isthe, road to closed on petition two or three times his.! "working" fingers. to the matter and allow time for 'When completed the new plant will
also be a istockholdf .tt,i the company.' ungrudged, unclouded success In It and reopened by counter petitions. : of it, .so that all the grow have 'cost the approximately'. r'
Harry Beaman, R. J.Hyer'and W.! every honest man, every man who BRIGHT LITTLE be be at-the meeting
When it was closed last several will sure to 923,000,'butIKis.lmmse' can boa.trof'having ,
M. Davis, of Orlan ;andl,Sam Jones,, believes that the publicinterest is months shortly after Mr. Tison School Teacher- so that a unanimous motion' may one of the best equipped, (
r a Pennsylvania caInterested ,list;,' another part 'of his own interest, may walk know what a skeleton the other.
bought the property, a number of sustained one way or plants in the state. 'The demands ,
Willie "Sure !
pas tie. :? with perfect confidence. other people, who bad bough earbyI -- motion was seconded by F. H. upon the old plant have been so heavy .
This deal has > the making The democratic side of the cham- ft man with his .c
o. that the Lawson and passed after discussion its entire capacity all'
land with the understanding as to require
for several weeks IIhere is every ber applauded when the president, I road was a public highway, immediately -,I inside out. called attention to the fact that the time and the city has been hampered -; n
prospect that it bi..ti.factorilyIolled discussing national defense, declared"we ,I complained that they had been ooooo tOO.O irfrr"a I member of the local organiza- in not being able to make extensions -;; l'
at once. In 1 ell Me the company shall never be ready in time of 'bottled up" by its being closed. Mr. 4 must now pay a membership fee wanted. Practically every r' ',
will take ove bout 14,000 acres peace, to put a nation of men trained 1 : Tison strenuously objected to its being O NOTICE 1 the Florida Growers' and Shippers' house in the main part of the city Is y 4
of the Southport fc leaving Mr. (Contniued on Page Six.) I reopened for a time, then wanted 4 All letters to and must also -pay toll on all now electrically lighted but new, 'y
Lee 200 acres of T. property and $300 for the rightofway.There be published next w produce they ship out. It was argued houses are being built all the tinted .;
a 1,600 acre p.lltU1Jfl.lj Cattle to begin is no doubt that the reopen- to send your letter 1 so far as the growers here have people in the outlying districts wantPa. ''i
stocking the iIi nch- have already DIXIE CHANGES HANDS;; : ing of the road will be a big conven- O Claus to the I I able to determine they are get- lights, and more\ demands for power'. G\
been arranged e amount 'ience to the majority of the public fore Tuesday. ting no benefit from this arrangement, for various purposes are 'eon.tantl'f' ,: i
money the deal fOi''i.,1' 'Will "" about : since it has been a settlement road + they might as well keep being made. During November twelve -, ),
$160,000. TANO TO PALM BEACHThe for many years and property has been oooo.o .oooooo funds at home. new meters were put in and another' '
This is the cattle com- j laid out and sold accordingly Through Strawberry Crop. shipment of twelve, expected within a"-, \
bine to be formed i* Osceola county Dixie theater changed hands Mr. Tison's property is the most direct IN COURT LAST 1, Another matter of Interest was the few day, are already spoken for for "fem >
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within the past tf*months, and this week, L. F. Swords and Frank and shortest route running north I Judge Perkins to as to how to care for thestrawberry December. "
indicative of th*+- Prtance Westfall having leased the house I from the Shingle Creek station to theP. know whether this man crop. The association Superintendent Joiner ia accomplishing : -, '
growth of the caft* industry in the from A. A. Tano and taken over its G. (Jroroartie place in a neighbor- I ficial position down that the chair appoint a com- a big feat In placing all the, ,
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county. The nat.,lt.':'fange of management.- hoo4 of numerous small farms and Witness--No, I don't. of three to confer with thepresident new machinery without the interrupt ,'
ceola county surpaiM any in the state The announce that, groves. a right nice little in an effort to secure refrig Lion of light and power service at any :
and there l is such(it.wide expanse of the Dixie new will managers continue to show the -'- --- ---- I .- crates at once and to ascertain : time. He i* determined that the pub-,.". ;
it that opportunity tor cattle development GET AN or not buyers can be depend- lie shall be put to no inconvenience if. ,
latest catering
Lee prop- best and pictures specially DEATH OF MRS HICKS I "What is tax 1"
is still plentUil..The! to women apd children. An a war upon to come here and buy theberries it can be avoided though the amountof 1
erty at Southpor, ielude some of the innovation" be introduced is that : simmee school-teachef direct from the growers. S. work to be done at the plaat's.iI' k'k'olo.saL
finest pasturage !rlJli"county. Who attends and all "It's to chop warts Fansler, F. H. Lawson and Clark : '
child. any ATLANTA
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every OCCURS .
at the Dixie, beginning I the inspired answer. were named on this committee. The old machinery will be retain rid

FARMERS"INKISSIMI performances Monday, will be presented with a gift, WHAT MARY The association voted to make Mr. in Its place, of course, and after p"
STITUTE who is the farm demonstration the new engine is in running order the) -
such as a writing tablet ball, cracker- News of the death of Mrs. :M. J. Mary had a little lamp
will be reached the an honorary member of the organization. aid will be kept ready to meet emergencies
# jack, toy, etc. The house I Hicks In Atlanta city yn- It was well trained, ; J
DEC. 19 equipped with another motion picture terday. 'Cause every time that Following arethe names and for day ose. ,. .v: ? 1 ;
machine and a new piano and a num-I Mrs. Hicks passed away at the home' That little lamp went three other new members joining '*
ber of other changes, calculated to increase of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Wood, this meeting: Chas. Mold, PaulKllnkhammer TWO WEEKS HOLIDAY \r' ;
-L the efficiency and desirability where she has been since leaving a THAT HEAVY .' and U M. Kenton. ; w .
County Farm ,! pthetrater B. E. of the place will be made. sanitarium after an operation and along It takes 168 pounds Members wanting lime instructed '
k Evans is in recei of a letter from Of the new managers, L. F. Swordsis illness. Until a few days ago kill one soldier secretary to order a carload this FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS I: "
i the state departml of aghriculture at an experienced motion picture man, she was reported as improving4 out I tions made by a Belgian week. ,{
Gainesville saying t arrantemente' having been in tho"BUiIness) for ten Dr. Hicks .was called to her bedside no doubt 160 pounds ,
lave been made hold a years. He was formerly associatedwith early this week and was with her at fell\ dSTRANGE. 1 'OOO OOo O'O 'O.0I Several matters of special' Interest, "<. ". t

institute in .St; Cl, on December December 18 motion picture theaters,, in At- the time of death.It BUT I> PRIMARY DECEMBER 1> 0I were taken up by the county school; I
and in Kissil on I. expected that Dr. Hicks will ,
one I lanta. of in E 0 ward, which met last Tuesday reg3'K.iliar :
19. institute will is local and Atlanta this afternoon, Million. men '
The St C1 The attention of voters is call9ed monthly session ?
and ing
doubtless be held] the city well known. bringing the remains home for buri.l.The don't foot of the to the fact that the special The board officially decIded that the. .
own a
Manager Forlaw iTOsgjven a csslno'theater the retiring of funeral arrangements are not yet *. ', 1
Mr. Tanot manager other land. They 1 primary to nominate a county aunty schools should be give a two-;;
left this week for Palm but the service will be held any o
DiMe, complete
permlsl the their I. school superintendent be held weeks Christmas holiday the same to +
Vke institute to. Igk held Beach, where he will be associatedwith some time Saturday and interment jobs.WHY 1 next Saturday, December 19. It. egin at the close of tie school day 4'' .
,for the ml nf have not will yet be Carl Kettler, who is known as'I will follow at Rosehill cemetery. MEN / is important that all democrats 0 Friday, December 18, and to continue: "" 't"I
/flpif.finitelywnouoced d khed but Gazette the motion pictrue king of. the east Friends in the city are grieved to Georgia Wood / come to the polls on that day and until Monday morning,.January C sir '\
4n n 1 weCk' coast Together they will own and learn of Mrs. Hicks' death and deeply) story long with'the, let. pfot tute operate the two motionlleture houses! sympathize with the stricken family. Companion, says of one tendent. There is no more important 0 I the- teachers were urged to;attend''t... ...

It .undent t the of now in Palm to erect;, essential to acters: 1 office in the county than,*, the; state teachers association.'which f *' '
will be.devoted+ dtseussion another at once. Mr. Kettler also eonr That microbes are not "He's a man, and 1 .superintendent- public schools 0 will be held in Lakeland on Decembei.. t ,. ; + w
citrus--fruits, 'cat 'lpdrfruckieg' tie trots theaters at Lake Worth and Del.ray. .' I v-ith lift has been shown in Franc by an experiment. has to say damn." 1 and public interest demands that* ; !8, ZSyind 80, .and decided/to alloivsach . w
sec to' be of 'Practically A npmberbf'thl.xperte gdlnea pigs UNIQUEPL 1 the voters make a wise choice. teacher attending the! association.., ,1I ', j
th atete 1 Candidates for the positionare 0 I a part; of her ejxpenees. ,r', .i; ?, ;ti 4
ed''te'the' will attend Chlllicothe. O.--A 1 C. E. YowelL G. F. ParkefT J. l Uport Suggestion. of MlssQnae. f. t
department of tare nit4 corer T Shop;' Eairly! .I has signed a pledge >W. Prentis and A. B. JarreL : Bryan "Carson' "eountyJ;.agent.- 'tho \,'ii.I .
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th.'nmeting' '..andsoaset ; any'man'excepting 1 0 I bOard, decided-to''give a.the counr'<'K 'f *
{i L theicnltiration-" Jruite that may -s. pledge 'was sworn to .... .... .. .. . ....o.... .. canning' club,price- nextyear .. : :

ii them,to hod ugectt of preventT.jd eedin.TW Early CLri'atmi.r shopping l ha* bec'a urged >for*several year pat in all public.HIGH SCHOOL_ MUNICIPAL MLf( PLANT. lie host Florida course Female in Home! >college Economies at-TaJla-:at ",.1',: ;-

( t' same.nd pun of thy United States witH,plendid succe**,*and the tired;.clerk* have, "The, }lerchant of Jamestown N. Tf:: -The'authorities tassee.:. The. short courses ate sperially -' .4. i .,

f ,''' bio#'the.terrtblq. l strain;.lscumbehtesfpgn'ajlaitday)! ; ; : rush] The Da ..",a comedy, will lere.have decided to Install and operkte .arranged fort ..-canning .tic< t7e
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Tens Lame! been; hfrhschoolpupils a municipal milk plant They flgire iris and are a big incentive' to work.; + 1'
tald Very arranged stete,and as same11 appeal I ie//:made this year: and: be l hoped" .the' public" wiircpntmueto j sight the .December 18 I on buying milk fpr four cent and _., board also lidded to extend > '"',
a 'irapidly" teel 'ahcn,consideration (For the overworked clerk w *'i-; in the school auditorium.; I ,lling It for alx'ftft"a-- roart.- 'Thisrill wrmef.-:all, country, schools r te 'tM'.a" ,

t ''erowwddau Or'std'WIUllnd : '11a.t'iDenhaatJ'should wdrk for'!jBarly:'shoppinr,placing-thetr'adverhMBgin s benefit for; the boys'; mean an.'annual.':pr' at;of'more .nonths, and transacted. .the'usual ,
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fig, t +, Arcadia.. FIs The: seventy-Hrst annnaT "hrIfid Tas 'l
re and ':"' conference of the MethodistEpiscopal s ,
: . church South, of Florida, V
iccordinImerleanJ _', ,;. met at the Area& Methodist church ,:
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at 9 o'clock Wednesday with Bishop Awt b. '
to at f Jv; iiH.i I c.' Horrlson, of Leesburg, pre ld- J
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tockin I
s :' \ The opening hymn was "Am I a ,
: Never Won has there bee. sack a Taxied coflectioa of Toys M
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!: \t' .Soldier of the Cross? The bishop
said Mr S \" of r?, read the scripture lesson from St. rv; ,A w'" r'ry' ipt; you will find berg When yea coal briar th1*ekildrea. They wffl

all ththoritles ''t..V, Mark, sixth chapter, with appropriate be delighted with the hundred of AaiBtals, Traias, Dolls, Automobile,
f n i Comment This was followed by another Fire Engine, Go-Carts, Ezprett Wafoat GUMS, Hone,Toy Fsrai-
-1SOLDI 0; 'Ji a J bishop.hymn, then prayer by the lure, and Book Com*..Mid Me the biggest' displayof Toy l laKisiimmee.

[ ,, ) .. Nearly 200 preachers, members of .
r ./ the Florida conference, were present We have a wonderful collection of beautiful Statue and Vase

'f.' ? for the opening session, besides a They come in all shapes, sizes aad color Just the thing to fire that
.: great many laymen of the church, and
,). ladies. decorative and ornamental touch to the home. Will make excellentCHRJSTMAS
r W. B. Bell made the address RMRarssreef a / 4 tl h .
Judge ri Gifts
; .
;t "Kansasl ,I of welcome in behalf of Mayor A. C. ::::: a ______ ___________n$1.0 to 1.25
'CV; Chambleged : Freeman and the city. His addresswas i
masterful and his remarks B
were II
frequently applauded by the confer- C to 1 OJ'
the ence. His welcome was most cordial ------------------------------1-
mau71orida,2 turning over to the conference, in em- 4 I L HOLLY (A:1: ,
[.the fedeV'The ... blematical form the "keys of the d (per bolt) _____________________--_______._________
city. He said other things
ti4'purcha.amp : that nothing was worth while withoutthe ;: ALL
r r1n,1910 i touch or religion HOME OF L. R. FARMER ON MABBETTE STREET. I LINE OF CHOCOLATE CANDIES. All pare and fresh; while
1/ Bishop Morrison responded to the I
,; last
they ,
addre of welcome, in his usual --- Aflf
'alt acre: ;: original s and pleasing manner. Attor- (per pound) _ ____________________________ ___ ___ __

| **,made.companjSS"tb -,". welcome ney Hugh in Jones behalf bade 6f the the conference Arcadia FIRST PEAS SHIPPED; A.C.L AGEHT TO MEET J UNCLAIMED LETTERS PERSONS & RAINEYAT I

board of trade.. His address wan in

$65 profit ar s .1, a laughter.happy vein He said provoking that there repeated were no I BERRIES ARE COMING WITH BOARD OF TRADE I _ OFFICE i THE RED FRONT STORE.

factions in Arcadia when it
COin In
,,000ths' ac Fla., lIe '. 7, 1014.
extending the conference a rordial 1 'Trw1 first peas of the season are .being At the. regular meeting of the boardof ( -
,, Advertised list for the weeks
% two - -- -
ktions c welcome that Arcadia was a city shipped from the local market till, trade Monday night, December 14, 1
< without walls, or gates, or doors, that week by (;I. Kaint-Gaudens and II. Mr.' (* A. Maull, industrial and l immigration I ending December 21, 1914 :
sago is { a all welcome the conference and then Rarnere, who have a truck from and agent of the Atlantic Coast Alderman R. H.; Byrd, Mrs. A. O.;
i me i conference ban access to all the city. grove in the Shingle Creek neighbor. Line railway, will he present for thepurpose I Green; John; Haney, R.; Key, Will;
The bishop responded to this addresst4 hood. They started shipping Mon- of laying before Kissimmeo, I'.I f.anier, Oscar; (Larry, Willie; May, I Stanford's I Stanford'sChristmas I
( "mage, i i Willie; Mailer, Mrs. Nanie; McLaughlin -
,.1'. day from! MI aero patch that i is in full I bu"nu'sM men plans to advertise the '!,
Miami, also.The G. T.; RUBS Miss Rebecca; Wil-
and the of
conference sessions will begin |leas are a \ .rr"fine 1 '
1 bung, rityM I i; J.
(hams, W.
E each morning at 8:30: o'clock with II'' uality.| They also began prepalaticn II- ;Mull i b anexpert in the workof I
*I rude t t thirty-minute prayer service. The i this week foi ,,11IJ1UI'Ihl/ ('. intcii-.stirK people in settling in B. B. SIMPSON Postmaster-
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\J' ? business session will begin at 9 o'clock more utrc1. of |n-a.s for rally .-p. i iffhipping. new pia" ,'.. (Every person who is. in- is
: ; p O LT and last until noon. I tcrosU'd in Ki.ssimmre and its futuieMiould Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
H, Dr. Pawo Re-elected Secretary. A few struw h"IIH'H i have been romK { hearhat] he may suggest.: Your dniffBl't wilt refund money II PAZO
; _.
I O1NTMU.NT fails to cure any cue of Ilcbl I will
t Dr. Fred Pasco re-elected in to UKlociii market now foi I'-n Plln( 'n V
was secretary t The inn 'tIll") will he held in the mind Bldlnr or Protruding 6to i4d.y. coming.
.' of the conference for the foi-, ,,, lays and growers cxpi-ct. to have a council room of the city hall at 7:110: The application five. Ka.e and Heat. SOc.
0. time, with the following I considerable ijantity of berries to ship m .
; ty-second assistants Ito ] pm., Monday night. I --- welcome you our
: J. E. Mickler, F. J. the eastern markets in time foi the :
., i Bon, C. H. Summers. Plltter-I': Chrihtmas trade. i iLettuce
Dundee, Scotland last spent SEED POTATOES
year store.
>eId.dcity ,,:! mittees were elected to execute the ,I II' shipments are increasing ,
$48<> S1J> on new public buildingn.
e wishes of the conference. The I sekly. '
i I' ; twen _._ The total number of emigrantsfrom '|irwn mi (Ihr rugged hills of Steuh f
--- ,
ty-second question was called, "Ar M t'oitntnltnut GOO f >i'l above lea
the whole of Sweden to the Uni-
'sione } :.. all the brethren blameless in their I (OFF HIS GlI Ann ,I. \.1 1
ted States was 12,688 in 1912 and 17- KltKK I 1OM
He-Have you seen our new altar? DISKASF
!'a life and official administration and
" ''const] the of I I Sh ''-Lead me to it. I :202 in 1913: ; and from the three Scan- Shout' Hnidv "I'rollflR varieties Give .
'\,' names superannuated preachers dinavian countries, 31,601 in 1912 and tin m II tri'.il: Send for Catalogue I
t1ar 1 called and their characters passed. has 124 \\ \l.l I:II SIOIJI) I-OTA1O KAHM.llo .
< Scotland now agricultural 38,737: in 1913; and from Finland fi;,-
7 Visiting preachers were introduced to 1641 \ 1' .t.ura. Mlrubrai Conaitr, Kl. Y. '
co-operative trading. societies. in 1912 and 12,756 in 1913. } 1
'I 1 the conference.
; I -- --- - -- -
, ;,atrusdlst 3,000 Conversions; 2,500 Accessions
During Year.
' and ,' The presiding elders of the several
g4 .trail districts then made their reports
"e' Of a Im t1 9 which showed that there had been
:abdut 3,000 conversions during theo /
+ sa I ,4
fr-tho year and about 2,500 accessions to
+ sd ;, fl.L; .....membership with many new preaching The
'land, 7d Ar; d : points established and new church- .9.\L
l ; houses and parsonages erected. The
it t4, i ; p\ financial report showed the conference -
!' I" J Jr . ; -.4 toPreaching be in good condition.
:'S\ 1 was held in the afternoon
c Rev: Pickard and Dr. J.
4l by at night
, + ,14o 'M. Gross preached. I Sand 1 10c .1 Ml' :
l The Baptist church' being a more
't, commodious edifice than the Methodist
t and offered for use of the'confer '.

1 .1 'I" 10, ence.The, it opening.was accepted.ermon with of the bhsnks.conference New Management-New Equipment This>Big Store Is Headquarters for '

t . was preached at night by Rev.
a' p rt R. II. Barnett and.was followed by
1 : the sacrament of the Lord's Supper I
.: ; Rev. T. S. Armistead being in charge' Christmas

... t of The this conference service. will last into next I' BEGINNING Monday, December 14th, THE DIXIE ShoppingNo

; l '. week the announcement of appointments THEATRE will be under a new management. The
sw ,e for the new year being they
'., ,,' i\ final important work. DIXIE, under our management will be the best theatre matter what you want in. the way of a Ckrktmai Gift you'll
e I find it here at A PRICE that YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY. Every

e :" r CANNING CLUB PRIZES and motion picture house in Kissimmee. We're goingto department and is supplied with new, fresh foods sad we invite yon to

come see.

if put forth our best effotts to please you-an extra
: fOR 1914 AWARDED If you want a food looking

, 7e special effort will be made to cater to Women and Children.
Ii 'lA '
i Miss Anne Bryan Carson county I
4 rtb ..N; canning club agent announces the following Suit for XmasDon't
r.ti\ ) prizes given for canning club
1 I r.I.v, work in: 1914 and the winnersof. the Clean Show
'yQ f .
j.' prizes. Listen Children !
) J, .. Fifteen dollars, given by the county
go In'is .I >T'I( school board for the county prize win fail-to see our

; ner.Ten dollars, given by Mr. Ragsdale Nothing to Offend

a.' of the Palace Drug Co., for the best Presents for splendid display 0 fall
: i: work done by a Kissimmee girl.
''w Ten dollars Mr. N. C.
p : given by
,mF' f :.;.: Bryan for the best work done at ONLY the Best and Latest wool Pteady-to-
,'. t Union Center. You... ,
into co >,c',. Jeanette Prevatt received the Kis will be shown. We
.i:: :. simmee prize and one-third of the
f\'M. county prize.: Nellie Barber and Net- i wear.
e and _
) . want to enjoy
if. tie Haye each received one-half of the All rkllarra. ...>r IX: , of Tae you come
A 4. Union Center prize and one-third of will bv adaalttra1 far 5*. .. .....1.. e.
du'd' the county prize. All these girls did .....1.. a .....1.. leee.t.w. we will our comedy-the famous KEYSTONE w1wrn We
M: fine work and 'are to be congratulated .h.. rark .."". a prrarat, aark a*
bo Un 'f 1 ; not only on the prizes they received writ'Tablet... Balla. Crarkvrjarka.IVarll . films--the world most t f famous C orne die s. / handle the fsasas brand of
; .. but also on the character of the work .. r4r, w.rik at leaat tk. arlw SCHLOSS BROTHERS dotainj. -
t done by them. .f ...'_ Come and have a laugh with ua. These comedies
w# ' At Pie last meeting of the school a. .'_ _ they afro ia .0 sixes,
tr rof. t; board it was decided to give the shortcourse H.M-r.. Ibl..s. .very.....b.y sad are shown only at the DIXIE-3 times every week. styles. sad fabric.. _ cat ts
5 alfl aa I twelve yeses .1
: in home economics at the StateWoman's fit and! kilt ts'wsar., THEY ,
I!; college to the county prizewinner I m+m4 tkVM Imr
N, \ in 1916. This price is worth 1. ar.a.Ia\t. Remember Best and Latest Pictures ARE CHEAPER' 1 because kiey

''I t't; thirty dollars and will be a great incentive "'. will ..... a..d .... .1 .- wear .le.gerPRICES .
;: 't for the girls to work next gad they .... .. t..e ...... ad get a Clean Showa '
t. r : '. ... year.e''y all far sal' a YOUa\ RANGE FROM .
'"". ., Clean

n. j HIGH-SCHOOL CONTEST c Get --a Mel Management $}5t to'tiOl $25COME

r rtrs ? The subscription contest between 5 ..= __ .

iJ 'the two literary societies of the high A LL FOB thiY AND EXAMINE THEM
rt; ,, .school closed Monday with the Utopian (' -
v society .leading by two subscrip- .. '. ) QUEEN QUALITY HOES i: "
., I . lions. The Utopians got' 282 sub FIVE & TEN CENTS' PZ.50( to $4' 50
r scriptions.: the new school paper the best.w.... Shoe made______. .... I,.,: J

, ; :and the StenoUkeans 280. THE FLORSHEIM, '.

t ..if..1' "losers, Aeeordingito/theg will agreement winjing the so- a Maui Shs._____________.:.______________., "'_ $500" _ ."

;. ..j.ciety and theYbave.plan fish 'SWORD\ & WESTFALL '. DOUGLAS SHOE' .' ?". 1'' '$3' : 50"

; ;, 4ay'to: fry,). st Fish the Lake obligation tomorro-gH"T" VTar- ." .' I I [Taws frss. Coast ts Coast for sryls red.d.rabBib: .. ,_ J .
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UNEARTHLY' SILENCE 'APPALS:TETANUS a terrble operation h. has been .pin.lllan .

. LOSSESAi1f GERMAtlARMYCAPJUn'ESIODll r .JMLJtf! prnrtn .:ast.a.....-- T

ti .-::r-DREADED FOfOPSOLDIERSHNIXHOSPITAtSTJldnlreai > . ; keen. him MI"Moth bed.;r' Mother.". '.RARE "OFPORTUNI. ..

I. .. ,, .. -.. '- ,. ..:.. .:..,. -'.{ '"%ast night we had an eerie experl- .. \
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I ;,;i.a 1'1'5 I 50 000 -S :(B)' .....;.1.fP.lUUp.) -S: hospital who.' prove. to bs' lovable. ..'personalities .nce.1 deep We bass were:voice sudden..calling-]*wakened piteously bya ,, Six hundred.. 'acre of jig

t- "Mother rootherl"
Northern An Tommy
: i English
,.. "_a..,....,.,.. .. _..J'l' :, ".- .. . .. I' mail via ,!Saris, Des 10.Frarfca-It is by the Mrs. ,Guest told wife of of the Frecnh doctor soldier In. ,.,shot in the head, had bocom* Insane ,.in thi. beat Fruit and Trin ,
charge one
The following figures are submitted London Eaianct-A'Cefttral New.bureau unearthly 1 silence of the wounded who; lay me in bed with both. legs i, in and the was literally He an died'in/ant in cryIng . .*cUon,. of .Florid.. ;1
which ner t nlffht. -the
,e 'as representing : Russian'' losses in dispatch from Asasterdasa: The appals j> and,ohe arm amputated. course of an hour. His mother:.wlllnever 'there Grove: 'and ZOOPtflietofirtiu
dead, wounded and missing in th. says th.t.n.C' t. a m .ssge trainsstring of "He had the fac of saint shesaid. know .
.th armies of AustriaIinngaryt .. from 'Berlin, It is reported there that rough box ears-pull in from the "And tbd only words we ever her even for brave son called timber .T
onwards of 100,000 prisoners were front. And there on the floor amid heard from the boy were apologies upon help at the last His front. ,'Wffl
. the straw lie the bandaged men, poor was Just an ordinary death. We have mile of lake ; >
taken by the Germans when they captured for aH the trouble he was giving
border __ voiceless and raotienless. had as many as seven such deaths out Ja trmctioi whole,.
Raid and flrhts u Is.eooKra.nik LOdz, Russian Poland. u'al! 'If I only had another arm a a.
NUd'WIo I DUB, Lub- If only the nondescript lump. of of twenty-fir beds in one night .
lin __IComarow ____________ 4 .00Zaraoss. London England.;; :...After a long: human- flesh writhed about and moaned I next might play would cards with That that fallow would The rally of all classes in Franco ,land.I. fronting ,more ,
me, say.
First battle of lUmbejrr Trsiowec40,000_____ 48.000 battle, fought with the greatest stubbornness the ghastly-spectacle could not be take his mind from his suffering' to the common service Is simply 'in. able every' .day. Now is
Second battle o*_m"erl' _____ 80.000 the German have succeededin so hideous as this corpse-like silenceof "We would have to amputate the spicing AtMontereau station I ask
Rawarkska. UajrUtow ________ IO.OOO occupying Lodz Poland an unfortified still living men I It paralyzes one other but death forestalled ed one of the hard-working stretcher- time.t* buy. : "
in central ____ boy's arm, .
Offcmslv Qtllcla 16.00 with bearers what I could of
city. According to the Berlin the icy horror of a nightmare. bar a pair '
Battles of Prsemy.1 __________ et 000 us, said Mrs. Guest.
Offensive, in Carpathian ______ 80.000: report the Rusisans! suffered severe Charnel trains, not hospital trains, "Tetanus is the wont feature of fur-lined gloves for in Paris, for it. S. S GRIFFIN, ''ORLANDO,,,RA'
Battle. from i-r.*my.l to San SI 000Modyka. losses and are in retreat. those convoys might be called. the wounds added her husband Dr. was getting very cold. .
Story Sambor ______ "1 havenH ,'
40.000 This success of the Germans, largely Two cars stand sidetracked at the the least idea, said the
"The is
Story to Cmernowlts __ 1_____ 16.000 Guest. fighting taking place
Sandomlere to JWanejorod _____ 86,0(10 because of what preceded it, I. considered station of Montereau, where there is on rich cultivated ground, heavily man. "My valet always bought my
situated a hospital base organized l cloves for m.l"Jacksonville >A
by military experts a reaUy y manured. The men often He for a
Total --------------______-.40.000 active achievement. Less than a fort- Dr. L. Haden Guest, the famous Eng' day in such soil-the most fertile '
night the to which this vic- lish surgeon and his wife in
ago army co-oper- breeding place for tetanus germs.
The following figures are said to tory has fallen was surrounded by ation with the French Red Cross.
Their wounds, hastily dressed in the
show the RussUn losses
in the campaign In one of the cars several Woman Restored
Russians and cut its way out only at nurses field are not dressed again for several
against : the ]last moment losing great num- spend every night; in the other two days until they reach us. ,

.. In eastern bers of men and many guns. Yet it doctors. For they must be promptlyon "Often when we take off' the bandages .. '\' :
t part of East Prussia ____ able within few to hand when the hospital trains come
Uh SO.000 was a days reorganize we find the whole arm rotting, i
\ Battles In Southeast>> Pru..la__ 10.OOO in. I stayed with the doctors ,'
take the offensive and defeat one Aeme
Narewarmy. Manrlan black and helpless and the odor is so By Wonderful Stomach
),.......VJemenarmy.: Masurian sea seaII '160000 50000 I the Russians defending Lodz. night. terrible that the wounded man pleadsfor

Pl yak Aaeutowo: -==== 15:0QQ About two In the morning-it was the iodoform gauze to hold to his .. .
Buwalko, Ossowlec 15.000I'OrGl TURKISH ARMY INVADES black outside and bitterly cold-we "
We have found of
nose. --
Southwest of Tarsaw.
.-----_.._-__-_--Iwan-_____ (0000 POLAND RUSSIA track heard-a whistles commotion and on the the creaking adjacent of tetanus serum invaluable in many Mrs. Mary Ford } ads Quick RtUf out the merits of Mayr's.Wonde:

Total _140000 Constantinople-The Turkish army brakes. And before the incoming easel growing but our "supply of the serum is Fro. BifioosaeM sad Stomach Remedy from the very. '
Grand total In.ttr has continued its march and has suc- train of wounded had jerked itself short. dose. .. .L

and Germany ---.--____.___.7(0.000 ceeded in crossing the border into painfully to a standstill our head doc- One of the tetanus victims a Digestive Us. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach 1t.
Russian territory the invasion hav- tor was hurrying the rails flick- French sergeant told me that he had clears the digestive tract of muco ;
The estimate adds to this total ing been made in the vicinity east of ering lantern in hand.up a lain wounded for four days and nightsin accretions and removes poisonous ma! t ,
390,000 taken ill on the field with cholera Batoum. Die the forest of Compeigne! Two men Mrs. Mary Ford 1816 W. Church ter. It brings quick relief to raff: ,
typhoid aid Many on Way. near him in the bushes-he never saw St., Jacksonville Fla., suffered' from '
dysentery making The Russian forces are fleeing before "How ?" he called in Frenchto 1 ers from ailments of the stoma;
the entire loss 1,150,000. the onward march of the Turks. I the guard.many them-moaned and cried out for biliousness and stomach troubles. She liver and bowels. Many declare it
water, while his own "comrade" lying tried many treatments with no suc- saved then from dangerous opera
"About 200 monsier, came the close to him, finally went out of his cess. Then she took Mayr's Wonder-. and many are sure that.It Has; sav<
from dim
With Bay net Pointsans reply the door a of a silhouette car. "The fumblingat worst head and shrieked and kicked for an I ful'Stomach Remedy. their lives. ( '. u

I 1,1 cases are in here monsieur. Some of interminable time before death quieted The first dose convinced her. She We want all people who ha<

'em's died I by him. The sergeant was finally I wrote: chronic stomach trouble or const
\ Cut Way Out The doctor guess clambered now.into the car picked up by a peasant and wheeled "l have taken the sample treatmentand tion no mattes of how long'sta:

I and picked hsi the men in a spnngless cart over rough land I must say that it relieved me instantly ing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wo<
way among
Petrograd, Rusia. TW with his lantern. The to a field hospital \ i The results were more than derful Stomach Remedy-one do
most tragic the bayonet for a distance of fifteenmiles. |: nurses a -
human head with the
moment of tile fighting about Lodz number of bearers with stretchers had Imigaine a satisfactory It caused me to pass will convince you. This if the
thus far it is reported here occurred This battle is bloodiest I already fathered about the door. entire face gone save toj a portion of away a great amount of bile and cine so many of our people have bee
oalledjtthe the covering of the jaw'"That about fifteen gall stones. taking with surprising results, ,
between Tuszyn and The
Brzeziny southeast and most pitiless fighAf the war. worse cases were taken out tan
is what you would see under "1 sincerely appreciate it. Please most thorough system cleanserever "
of LodzHeavy German forces Ninety per cent. t>f the German officers smelling freight shed across the whis-
that great bloody bandage, send me the full treatment." sold. Mayr's Wonderful Sto;
which had tracks the
penetrated to Tuszyn, it were put out of action and hospital,\
many emergency pered Ir Guest to me, pointing to a Just like thousands of others in all ach Remedy is now sold here by'J. ,
appears were surrounded and obligedto regiments! had less than 100 men left where the nurses, kneeling on the I
motionless "The vocal cord
fight their wry to Brzeziny to unite The fighting lasted thirty.six hours. round, dressed the wounds A hun- was visible when figure*we took off the fielddressings' parts of the country Mrs. Ford found Roberson and druggists; everywhere-:

with the main body. The Russiansesnayed The Germany fell in rows but their dred others were sent uptown to the '" .
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counterattack after counter- comrades pushed forward over the main Montereau hospital--a china factory I Teu- -' al
And in the next cot a cheerful
attack to prevent the junction, but the I bodies and hurled themselves againstthe donated to the Red Cross by the ton was sitting with an at- ___ 11S
Germans cut a passage at the point of Russians proprietors. The half-dozen new dead up joking.' lie insisted --S _
tendant about the "eats -
j S
were laid in grimly contorted positions that he had been served no meal _
1 000 British Soldiers Will on the station platform to be ti
for half an hour and was famished. I ,
I disposed of later, and then the train
"That man's
case is marvelous

Lose One Or Both Frozen Feet I still racked laden with with pain scores as to of be sufferers utterly exhausted so- a dozen aid bullets Guest.his head"He yet had after half When in Tampa, Live at the Hillsboro ,

and indifferent to the torture
London, England, Dec 4,-Officers depleting the ranks worse than bullets -I of this endless trip, moved onward Comfortable rooms, good meals, prompt and courteous service }

t 1!' invalided home from the front have I and shrapnel and once a man's again, its destination the great hospitals and a warm welcome. Absolutely fireproof? ; everything "

informed correspondents there are at foot is frozen he is through as far as at Fontainebleau. i I thoroughly modern and up-to-date prices fair and reasonable.In .- k'
present about 1,600 British officers fighting is concerned for the rest of This is the scene of almost every M. TILLER i ; ].

and men suffering from frozen feet in the war. "From the time I arrived at night. It is the scene which is being the Center of Things TwoDInlngRoomsnowopea .'

the base hospitals in and about Bou- the front three weeks ago until I enacted not only here at Montereau Real Estate I Bank, court houm. club, tor.., pot The MV Udta .ed |.itl.n. *i emluc ,
logne. "..... arrived at the hospitals last night, I but at scores of other hospitals Agency. oat .nd other public building see *.*trtb room om the top floor U.. aallf,.....tttj
Fully 1,000 of"this number must have not been warm for one moment," They are just "the wounded"-not ete)..%.%, it, HJi.boro-mcny' o* tb.o> across tb. .):o? tool sad tordi.i a.AM vuwotth A
. .
I treat or j lua around tb. corner Direct city .d b rb np.dsl stpetios
have one or both feet severed owingto Capt. Ballantyne, of the Territorial personalities not individual men with Realty bought and sold. Street car .ervic to Union Station Hafldpaid to partWa." QHU room !. .....-... I f
the deadeninf of the nerves which battalion of Royal Scots said to the names but only innumerable mutilated bftiRBt* to sod from boat Aad t alas free N w chef aid sew cape ol vahw Only,
make futile all attempts at treatment. correspondent at Lady Islington's hospital masses of flesh flowing down in a Houses rented. of cbir(.. Port ri mat all I trains i the bait of food Mnr<4 U aitWr egos, 'f +,

Chilblains and ,frost-bites\ have been in Mayfair today. tragic stream from the front-a Taxes paid and Titles verified whit..Ky snort U made to tale c* r.ttf ftuMM without. nurrarliM,.better '
accom..s.tI: cm* be tires U jroa drop as a Mae a f w days 10 mdvmmcm t
"- stream which must be> sorted handled for nonresidents.Fire .
- ---- ---- = HILI-SBORO HOTEL
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O CITY FOLKS Tetanus Worst Foe of Wounded. surance. -
> GERMANS KILLED. 4O. i Yet though the nurses seldom learn Indemnity Bond I, S
their do
names they get acquainted ..L .
4 658,485 t with many of the men up in,the main .. .
v ICopenha"The I--- ** ---- -t- ...'
O ninety-first 0 REAL 'RUBES'Atlanta .

official Gensaa casualty list *
.brings the t.4al number of the The BUS >URSE at STETSON ; ,',\

losses in killed wounded and 0 :
The O Ga.-"City folks are the TaE: :1; y
- missing U 658.485 men. ,., :
up worst rubes in the world declared WINT ERM begins January 6. Tuition 19 a month. Individual instruct *
lists from three other corps have a ) y college graduates onlyI. !
not been inchnjed in the report. 4 visitor from Gainesville in Atlanta. ./'A Commercial Course embracing Bookkeeping, Business Arithmetic. .'
dead Generals "They talk about being busy! Why Commercial. Penmanship Business English Rapid Calculation. Office wl
th, are
Among VolCrnnikow and Von 4 they'll stop And rubber for an hour at Pros Ice. Spelling.I. . .
4 Hennlng An Advanced Commercial Course embracing Advanced Bookkeeping Years.t
Oswald, who were killed in bat- + a man peeling potatoes in a restau- Auditing Advertising i
rant window and .
O tle.eoooo4o4HOO44a44oa4444. : + forget an engagement III A special Banking Course.IV. I
to watch a street spieler sell A Shorthand Course embracing Benn Plttmsn Stenography Touch
000000 OCI ooUtoOOOOU patent medicine." Typewriting. Business Letter. Writing Spelling.V. I 1 s
A Manufacturing Course. .
: : "Oh it isn't that bad," replied an VI. A Department. of Business Administration leading to a Ph. B. DegreeIn . HAT: LIE
WET Atlanta fri...nd, "Real business men the College. of Liberal Arts

0 AUTOS TRAILED PE HORSES 'I don't stop from curiosIty. Maybe the for catalogue. of Stetson College of Liberal Arts, BUSINESS COL .. \.
BY HIS DYING + I loafers do." LEot.n College of Law, School of Technology. School of Music School; of Fine S
0 i Arts Domestic Science. and of School Teaching Address STETSON UNIVER
Vryburg South Africa.-Gen. 4 ,] "Well, I'll)) bet you'" returned the SITY DeLand Florida. I, ss

Christian be Wet, the backbone :1 Gainesville visitor. "I'll bet I can Between:. >
take of those dead fish in that
O of the South African rebellion, one ---- ------ --
O who was captured last Tuesday 4 I' butcher's window and make it drawa
atW.terburg, in British crowd of a hundred in five min-
on a
Bechuanland, has been OO I utes." "And aa I sit and ponder

brought here under a strong O The bet was accepted and the man ::J0ou.1ih Of all .',.. doae and seen

guard. He surrendered finally 4 from Gainesville purchased a five- 1'.. happy now I saved my dime
without the firing of a single pound fish lie borrowed a long stick / In the years that lie ,between"
4 shot. A motorcar brigade pur- tied a string to it, attached the fish
0 sued him relentlessly through a to the other end and walked out into
sandy and -adulating country, 0 the middle of Marietta street by the TUT ANY y y yI
S when old '
thickly wooded. De Wet zigzag- Grady monument. lie leaned againstthe WANT to come to a man, age creeps I f ;
doubled over his course monument a/id dangled the fish you AA
ed and
4 in an endeavor to throw off his just over the asphalt. Two bicycle : WE our store. We know on, sits and recounts his thrown;, '

O pursuers put the dying overridden t messengers got off their wheels to that we have the most i

O horses be was obliged to ** look. The knot of loafers on the city e complete and most elegant selec- away opportunities and thinks of.
4 abandon in Uf" the hall steps came over. This made upa t
0- way for the **flightGeneral Bo- | circle which had everything except f'ill '.5 tion of attractive merchandise in "what he' might have been.'* -

O tha who Were hunting him the fish, which the joker swung high y our line south of the large metropolitan S 1
4 into the air at intervals persistently *1 1Y.
down. j uO stores of the eait.
000'0'0'0.0......U 0 O..O 0 0 00UUOOOOO. + refusing to reply to questions. l l . . and ..., sass, your grand-father or .n ea year. fader BCTSV :Wi ,
Y selection is just a* complete .
I Within the five minutes the '.
street I tie chance for fast sad fortune that haw
.. .. 000 0000 attractive. you today.
; .. was so blocked that all traffic was 55 the values just as
CAMPBELL. stopped and even the street cars Fortune c.... to bat few wiliest aa effort. Hoaest iadairy, a t '
emptied as the passengers were over-
O ff/' 000 0 0 000 U"O' come with curiosity. The increduloustown J slight deprivatioB of teesuag luxuries sad the way adoptioa the +

000.0...0.T""*w 0 0 man counted a dozen or two re- Jizimrnxi' saving habit are tlte certsia-. road-dgas that pout ta. way. '.

r.. .... children sponsible merchants and others in the
ElJon'-ana rTurned Saturday throng and admitted that he had ]lost I / I. Beria by starting a Sariags Accomat today-
lreDlt with her I D I A M 0 N D 3 and other Jewels in every
after a few wieks1 visit his bet. Then the visitor took down mounted 'and dais Baak offers aiaay advantages that wo will a 1
Fla. his fish and departed and traffic resumed conceivable and artistic shape ;
mother of ,
U Miss Blanch Bartow*'Nance, from Bartow, I its normal l aspect. ) '/ unmounted. Gold and Platinum welry. be glad to explain to y m .... J M c.... + ri
visiting friend and relatives here lIt Watches, Clock. Cut Glass Hand Painted

r. R D. Wsrin* and children 01 of Athens Ga., is visiting her sister, China and hundreds of novelties for Men. I ;
]---o7 was dews bere Mrs. Aaron Reaves.

Mr. W. E. 1\IeLane.\ of Kissimmee, Rev. E. A. Milton was down here 1 Women and Children. \ StateBank

was a Visitor ''of this city Saturday',' Tuesday looking after the new Bap- appointed Rest Room ;
afternoon. 3 : ( : tist church which is being> built. % 5- We have an elegantly f ,

Mrs. Minnie Gairett and Miss Earni i Mr. Alex Bronsort is having his or- for visiting lady, hoppers, every attention for

estine! were shoppin.? visitors of KiaIimmee anges picked this week. their comfort and convenience. of Kissimmee. fCtkital

Mondaf' With the exception of a few cool ,

Miss N Dee was the guest days last week we are having a very stock .: ___.._..:'IOO'OOO'O /
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of Miss Flossie.Pry*"* Sunday nice warm winter this year.. W. It Beckwith Jewelr Co. ------uu-__ __..-::4OO,00G.I0 r

noon. '**''' The Point, was 4 ./ 'u: i
Coy Btmnai,'of How To OBvo Qnlala To ChUdroa. 410 Frtfnklin St. TAMPA FLA. Offlcan.aad; Dirtctors. >

In this. Malcolm city' SQJldaJ.'Mr. /.",;;'ratreet. Soda, of Shingle .PR1t&I1.... iiun/..tINa.*. laTMcWeSrnpplM......_,H.ea t.aaTovodOeUoJB f. 'I te C. A. CARSON. Pr rt. \: s-J. KL i.E i.I. 'Vic.'Pnite"" I

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PAGE tL1I ,, Valley Gazette C ounty SuperintendentPiihlir '! .i.MtX' : ,'

I Slaps and Bangs . ''I'IH I' ,,,
..rJJ"1.Fm." : . ...vUlt"l..T -+- .,.... -Instructing:
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1r 1&I' _?,_ _ _, - - _ Owasr That ve Christmas you done 'yet? . It


OM RATES)( One _PI". on* jf.s.r..__.________________.___..... Only 1 II I more day*. DEFINED AMONG WHICH IS,THAT A VISIT MUST BE MADE.TO
.- a1Jr. 1D9.nUl......_______:..__!!.... On. copy,.. thr.. month. ._______ Better do it NOW. .while the selections. are large. Do: it in your OWNhom.d
-- "' '*- --- -- T rfli i .unrn-li____-_ flllnT .. --EACHJSCHOOJL IN THE COUNTY ONCE DURING EACH SESSION.
raonteaUons. ecocpt from our authorised correspondents, must t>. .
All the erch well.
c tb. writer. Dta are prepared; to serve yqwTand serve you --.-m. : f '
scatter will'ao b. returnednaleM called for. You*can get any thing you want from. a tin' horn'for Willie to a German pipe Reproduced by request from the other purpoie f.,and that all money""

turned i for grandfather, right here in Kissimmee. I columns of the Gazette of Issue June apportioned to or raised by the county'
. .Urod, at the Poeteflttoe ta Ktsln. ne.. Florida, .. Beoond-claM matter.) .>* aBe n,1914: is applied to the. objects for which It
ruM -"""""' was granted or raised." "
k FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, Itl4 sure to read the "NickNacks"column on page one. If you know a The article in last week's of Gazette, The duties .of this last paragraph j.
the superintendent
to 'position
kccotdiiiImeriean- good story or a good poem or.have an interesting picture. send it in for this referring of public instruction of Os- are the if same that a,man. would require -
a superintendent
[ing to i* column. ceola county, has been generally approved of his private banking during bis ab
a a We would like to add some- ,
[ nklea'Dy/
from the
nklea'DyTatocklngsJ! ,- c ii Advertising Florida Oranges Prosperity now returning. says the Columbus Industrial Index. That's duties.thing concerning Few of our: the citizens office, and and perhaps its- between $20,000 state.and $40,000 A business a year of
to receive the
aald Mrs." good. We have. a twelve foot telescope which we are pointing up towards of the candidates have read I "Tenth-To present revoke salary.

i call the 1 ", Columbus and as soon as we discover the old Geezer well let you know what the law requires of this office. tificates and suspend those or suspend Issued< cer
{ thorItIeis I :"The ;Thomas' Advertising Service of Jacksonville has planned. prepared about it You would not hire a blacksmith to other authority for cause manifestly by

/ the Florida Citrus Ex- superintend the papering and painting? ; sufficient, giving noticc-hv-vrttng! to
JJE i. placed a complete campaign of advertising for of your home, or a carpenter %y overhaul the authority
The "tramp"problem is Orlando considerable trouble. The street laborer issuing<< them, and .f
Eof ,; inge. giving Mayor your gas engine, or a the grounds for BO doing, also notify
wants to feed the hungry out-of-works. The Orlando Sentinel wants the city to manage a department store, ing the teacher in like
7 '' This publicity is without doubt the most intelligent citrus advertising that or a lawyer to be the head of a theo- of manner, and
officials to give them the rock bread and Gee I Iwouldn't right of appeal to whom
a year on pile on water. to be and
:UNIf [ iafevet been placed in the newspapers and magazines of the North-even logical seminary, or a preacher when the appeal should be made."
you like to have a big generous over-flowing rrrilk and honey heart judge of your courts, without in either
; the excellent advertising prepared by a Chicago for the "Eleventh-Acting as of
/passing agency secretary
like the editor of that to have. case you had knowledge that the sev- the
paper appears county school board he shall
) ilifomia Citrus Exchange. "
f IP T i c eral persons had training, experience and forward

;v.'C.iChamV,Kansas | ,: *T This campaign is full of selling arguments. The vital factor of salesman- Editorially the Orlando> Sentinel believes that society can jail the unemployed and The skill most in intricate the business the most to be varied done., of the tax collector'o monthly a monthly certified list copy of

[''Jeged., a| ? ip-in-print; lies entirely in the plan of appeal. The genius of a master sales- prob% m. They used to try to do that years ago in the North. Now the most powerful, the most easily directed persons to the state who have palieIr poll taxes,
eompany.J lies in his ability to find out the most enticing. the most convincing to good or ruined for superIntent of public
the matFlorida 'F .(.sn they feed ,therrt ind try to make as many of them self-supporting as possible purpose instruction, who shall le and preserve
,, i ethpd of appeal. And the Thomas Advertising Service did this 'in every one all time and eternity, is the machinewe the same in his office
by providing employment. The unemployed don't need the' foolish half- call the mind of the child. 4a a part of the
"th fede :I these ads. baked "equal opportunity"advice of the Orlando Sentinel. What they wantis public records and furz4ah copies when
Need Competent Teachers.A ) .
requested the
cltize4s of the
Is' Tb.purcha. ':. Take for .instance the ad entitled. "Florida Orange Juice is the AIl-Day- food and a job. I 1 1a ",", .aMI city school with a teacher for I persons have the Impre..lo state'Many "

H swamp ,'; Health Drink." In this particular ad the reader is made to taste the a a each grade and a competent principal (, that this paragraph ; comprises all

:'inKan 19f0, t ndensed sunshine and the sweet gulf breezes contained in one of the golden Rockfeller Foundation has already spent one million dollars for Belgian can he trusted to do good work, or at j there is to the duties of the county

acreiM with the food value of the fruit and relief. most, little damage, but our country superintendent. While this is Important -
;mads be.. The reader is further impressed says Times-Union headline. In the meantime Rockefellers 35.000 industrial s'hooneed\ greater care and atten and necessary, if it was all that

eompan4got :;;i \ urged to eat them not only because they are delicious but because they slaves are still starving out in Colorado. tion. The best teachers should be was required a salary ten dollars a

." .'- ;t as a tonic for jaded nerves. sent txf teach these schools, becausethe month would be more, than actually
teacher must be the whole teaching earned.
; on$65 the: ", '. In another ad the appeal is made to the mother in behalf of the children I force as well as principal. Our I -+-- -

$prbti an ; -"Let the Kiddies Have Plenty of Florida Oranges." ;Excellent reasons are AGalaDayThe I country schools have not for some rea- GAMBLING ON OTHER

i 000 ac t dvanced why citrus fruit i it both food and drink for the growing children. son kept up with the general educational PEOPLE'S MISFORTUNES
advancement of the It
\theIa :' In another ad we find the Florida orange and grapefruit advertised as following entertaining and aesthetic is republished from the i is important it is due to the Sometime
atlonsg.Ia slory back the
: ,: : food and drink for the whole family. People are urged to keep- them in Bradford County Telegraph of Slark-e Florida: girl and boy that this defect be remdl..d. gratification because Weekly the stock expressed -

f te house all the time- to buy them by the boxand eat them and drink To accomplish this to any deIfree and cotton exchange. were closed.

jiamtiiag. morning noon and night. Will Moore colored was publicly hanged at high noon in the jail \ requires the hearty co-operation 1 However, they are again doing business -
; iem
yard of Starke on, Friday November 27, for the killing of W. T. of the parents, pupils, teachers and and, as predicted by the Weekly
'/: of excellent. The writer remembers the time when Andrews Raiford the of ,
'MIamI The plan appeal is I near lastFebruary.A oversight a competent superintendent they are causing ruin and suffering.
I' ranges were considered a luxury to be eaten only at Christmas time. But, crowd of several hundred people from all sections of the county who knows the practice aswell I I The cotton growers and the merchants

,H :ttf J! iliomas comes along and says "eat Florida Citrus Exchange oranges and I I women witnessed and the children.execution among whom were probably two hundred as county theory of superintendent teaching.The should I I and hankers in the cotton growing

:". Tapefruit| aU the time..,. They are delicious they are healthy, they act as a I Moore mounted the scaffold at 11:15: o'clock and was photographed/ he a person of sufficient educational I I cotton states are exchanges making closed.appeals to They have have the
POI :onk-eat them and save doctor bills." I by Hoover Brothers. He was'dressed in a new blue Tferge suit and wore qualifications, experience in teaching, I found that the price'6f cotton is not
white shoes and white gloves. lie stood erect, held his. head high and and a certain"amount of business experience. I I
governed by supply and demand when
ftr n Such an educational campaign can only result in one thjng. and that I walked with a firm tread. After the taking of the photograph Moorejoined As the salary is fixed, by the exchanges are but that
: sale of Florida The of it is that the the colored'ministers (he amount of handled, the ]latter I running
: S to greatly increase the oranges. pity who were present in singing a hymn whichwas money I gamblers in futures fix: prices, and do
\ the It would enable followed by a prayer by Rev. H. W. Hartley. Another hymn ( qualification seems to be of the the
,[ entire output of the state is not handled by Exchange. waKunR' I HO to disadvantage of the unfor-
I and then Moore prayed. Moore's prayer was followed by a I greatest importance. The salary is tunate There of
song producers. is nothing
lAl : this spend three timei the amount it does for publicity
organization to
i. now after which he stepped, to the west end of the platform and made a few sufficient to secure the whole time ofa an investment character that class
in ,
gelded : purposes- This would result in a largely increased demand for the fruit and remarks to the crowd, after which he stepped back and sang a hymn of competent person or at least the of trading any more than there was

Inro'''..ctailaion 11 fthere would never be a glut in the northern markets because the demand his own composition. Then he stepped upon the trap and sang whilethe first call for as. much of it as may henecessary. an unestmcnt in live stock when men
ould always exceed the supply. Such a condition would insure good prices noose was being\ adjusted around his neck. This was done at 12 It is not meant to be a I made bets on horse races in the turf
"soft to add velvet to
o'clock hharp. Then the black cap was placed over his. head. Moore snap" salary or exchan e. It is to be hoped that some
. 'to.* for the growers. said goodbye and began to sing. lie was singing when the trap was income from other sources. No one way will lie found to put a stop to
,. ? onijapr sprung at 12:02: o'clock. Fourteen minutes later he should be a candidate for this positionwho
tton We want to congratulate the Exchange upon the excellent workit is was pronounceddead gambling in farm products of all
and at 12:2fi: o'clock his body cut down and turned cannot give all his time to the
was over to kinds. Let the law of and
1ar doing for the benefit of the citrus industry. We want to congratulate the his friends for burial. Moore's neck was broken by the drop and he duties of the office if required. .A demand and sound business supply methods

Thomas Advertising Service of Jacksonville for the splendid advertising it died almost instantly and without a struggle. pledge] should be given to that effect.It prevail.-Woman's Weekly.
4 .dIst 4tru '' has planned for the exchange the benefit of which will revert to the entire Moore met. his doom in a courageous manner. lie never flinched is well that the citizens as wellas -- <0
nor faltered. He seemed to enjothe occasion better than the candidates, become familiar
person i
any .
: and ,: : *tat te. with the of the office.
present. lie said he was ready to go and suited his actions to his words. I requirements
,trarOfS The following are the duties as fixed
I law interesting feature carried by
by :

k thoIand ji':* Bull Moose Funeral Reflections I I For the Public DefenderBefore I Requirements.. Home the Kissimmee weeks past Valler has been Gazette a series for of

"First-To make timely inspectionof "baby pictures" and the Gazette has

the county, to ascertain the location shown in the photographic reproduc-
in which schools. should be estab- tions several dozen fp the handsomest,
: t1 ; At'Chicago on Wednesday last there was held a meeting of the executive the Romans revised the laws the code was that a man stood guilty lished the number of youths who heartiest youngsters imaginable. Last

[ 'committee oC( the Progressive; parfy-r-what was left of it. To be, or not to be. until proven innocent. Things are a good bit after that fashion today with would attend <'a'h. and the amount week the display was unusually good,

; : : ', 'was the question at issue. They decided to be. our Prosecuting Attorney well paid and fed. honored and respected fighting of aid that the citizens of the neighborhood and the paper will likely keep up the
will contribute exhibits
to exhibition with
encourage new weekly.
? 1O! \ Of course the decision does not necessarily mean that the party will'IUM against the lawyer of the poor man who should he win will be paid but a. the establishing of a school. This -Florida Times-Union.

> as a probable factor in the national! election two years hence. ; meager pittance. Against such odds poor people have but little chance.. means a personal inspection of the o- -, .

; f4?"f I Roosevelt was not there and sent his regre!!. This no doubt marks the Against. them circumstantial evidence is conclusive; in fact the mere word of locality, a conference with the citizensof IT WON'T HOLD.

|j beginning of the'p*"> into political oblivion of Theodore Roosevelt a the theirs is the neighborhood and a census of )"
gospel and
i n2 town rowdy against the poorest lawyer reluctantly defends the children of school age. As Os- The Kissimmee. ., Gazette reasons
\J trifling and insignificant incident in the, great onward sweep of social, political ,them-there is.little in it for him. Overbalanced then is our court. We ceola) county is rapidly settling up that knockers art beneficial to

1. .and economic evolution. . need an equalizer. If a man is given an accuser' he certainly requires a there is and will continue to be a demand any town -community.. Maybe so,'

: > Just why the Progressive party failed in its mission was best described in defender and this defender should arise from the same source. his accuser- schools.for the establishment of more but if the ordinance that has been
Wauchula knock
'* raj article published in the Gazette by Amos Pinchot one of the godfathers his prosecutor. "Second To visit each school at ers passed will by hold, there Is no gainst question but
of, the Bull Moose aggregation. Of all the physicians who came to the post Defend the man who is prosecuted---open the way for the public de least once during each school term, that the knockers will be scarce in
f Pinchot has the clearest vision. He the Progressive died and to make a thorough examination: that city.-Arcadia Daily News.
I : mortem says party fendet. Let there be Peace-Justice-Right. let there be the Public Defender. of its conditions as respects the progress <0I

I ,when it became "a party without a cause. of the pupils. in learning the order LETTER TO THE GAZETTE.

He describes the process by which the disease pervaded the body. It i 4--- _- and discipline observed the system -

'. .'Was an inoculation of compromise that started the ravages of the malady. I AN EXCELLENT STAND. PAYUPDAY.Not I of instruction pursued, the attendance I Yularosa, New Mexico.Mr. .
j of the W. B. Harris Dear Sir Please
pupils the mode of : -
Somewhat confused himself as to where the line I of battle should be drawn.., .
find i
j ; The Press. is in receipt of a'letter keeping/ the school records the character enclosed money-order for three
:; Pinchot complains that the Progressive party took the wrong'side or no side from the Thomas Advertising service, long ago Miami had a "I'ay- and conditions of the school dollars which apply on my account.I .

r ;at t all 1! in the fights "between the consumer and the trusts between labor and of Jacksonville which has the right -Up-Day" and on the first of this buildings, furniture books apparatusand I have taken great pains to put

wL' .$u li,-i the trusts and between capital and labor." ring. The letter calls attention to thea.t 'month Kissimmee observed the day, rrernls..K, the efficiency of the I :your paper in the hands of those interested -
I school in Florida and have told them
the interest and ::
( that national advertisers are and in both instances the plan
1$ :.y.'Atr4. The party that started out singing "Onward. Christian Soldiers. soon coming to understand that they can provedto co-operation of the citizens in regardto that it was all true in regard to dim-
'. ;bean: to hum the chorus of "Hail. Hail. the Gangs All Here" and to look not properly cover Florida and the be a great success to both credi- educational matters, and to give ate and all the good things you say
tors and debtors. such advice as he deem about to make good.If .
K H-snore. for. ollices .than for principles. southeast through their magazine may proper.
' campaigns, and notes the gradual The plan was to set aside a day onwhich The school term i is four months and I had only my own health and
!a2t' 1tbI lr I It is dead now. and is of little value save to "point a moral and adornt
two terms for school comfort to consult I would be there,
who a
: ''- tr.nd of a difference of opinion as to every one was in debt paidup year. That
*ccrtt |t vrtale, of American politics. That moral is that the party that seeks the the intelligence of the people with their account, or as much on it as means at ]least two visits to each but I will always speak a good word

,'onvk'IG ': offices shall lose them and that it profits no cause to gain all the votes in regard as to what is good advertising possible and the result was surprising. .school, and perhaps. each of severalciays' for the people and climate of Kis-

J. the:world for a minute if it lose its own soul for eternity. which probably has been considered! In Miami accounts of longstanding duration in order to accomplish simmee. As ever yours,
below by of the fact thatso were paid in full or part paidon the results the law requires. OSCAR DAKBYSHIRE.
,'. par reason
a $ : iff. [ The Progressive party has lost its early crusading spirit ; it has lost its many wild-cat advertising schemes them. The result was that the "Thi ;d--To do all in his power to -- '

; ;: ;" votes; it has lost everything bat Roosevelt and Perkins and if it could lose have been fostered in this section of creditors were relieved of a great awaken an increased! interest in parents -

; these or swap them for some real principles it might have hope of a resur"rection. the country. This however, is being strain and were enabled to increase guardians school] supervisorsand
11 changed and as stated the adver- their stock of goods purchasing for teachers with regard to the bet
'. At present it is not dead enough to have any hope of a future ihcar"nation '- tisers are beginning realize that (cash and were thus enabled to (give ter education of youth in every respect -

m o ., ), and too dead for any use in the present life. they must adopt legitimate local advertising their patrons lower prices for what and the general diffusion of --- '--
media. they purchased. On the other hand know ledge.
in to ;; { AFter The letter also speaks of a the debtors felt great relief from having "Fourth-To confer with the school I: r

iGo the Christmas Business I Iw lous automobile tour" which is "ridicU-1 discharged their obligations, and supervisors frequently and see that
'tt' { ing made by an "alleged of course, felt good for having done it. they attend to their duties, keeping
Au p'.' lf!< tive of the state" and calls attentionto It would be a great thing for New them supplied with a copy of the
another and similar "scheme" the' Smyrna to set aside a "Pay-Up-Day." school laws decisons blanks and reg .
Un 4 <: {'Thad:: ( Oliver the Royal Tailor measured ten men for suits last Sat- promotion of which is being sought. There are not many men who wilfully I I ulations of the department. ...

; -'Wrday. Thad is one .of the live merchants in this town. He handles a good This latter is "exhibition car" refrain from paying their debts. They "Fifth Ti select for school supervisors -
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boi line/of made-to-measure clothing and he isn't afraid to Jet people know scheme, and efforts are being made to would pay if they could. One would persons whose character, qua Ii-
if he could collect what fications and
secure a lot of advertising. The pay was due sympathy with education )
,, ; {AbouVit, He buys enough space weekly in the columns of the Valley Gazette Thomas service makes answer to the him. In many instances it is specially commend them to'the positions. '

I ( "'.to j tell"his business. story in an emphatic manner-and he is busy selling promoter of the scheme, a copy of ness on the part of the careless-I ." |
'::10thes.: which answer accompanies the letter who could pay by putting him The duties prescribed by law in the '
mentioned. in a that leaves no little inconvenience. : foregoing third, fourth and fifth
way paragraph -.
If every merchant would do exactly what Oliver is doing every merchant room for doubt as to the fact that it We know that the business men of ( require the superintendent to be The and(rare beautt of

:: dl> rbusy right now selling goods.: Kissimmee's share of Christmas busi- intends to stand up for the people New Smyrna will heartily support i on the spot to attend to them effec- I our work simple will dignity appeal to you whetheryou

rne** will depend largely upon the alertness of the local merchants. Already among whom it seeks to make its this suggestion. Let us have a ''Pay- tually, and the "spot" is the district contemplate the purchase of a
".< living. whether by so doing it gets Up-Day soon.-New Smyrna Breeze j itself and not in an office at the loved
3r I, :the 'pity ,is flooded with circulars and other advertising matter from mail order certain business or not. Tbe, proposition o county seat."SixthTo. memorial Interested for some la departed tbd purchaM of one .ift I
a I
or are ,
1 .'bouR"TLe' home merchant will get the home business if he combats this is turned down flatly on the ABOUT PAT-UP-DAY. keep a record by num- public monument.

:r I ,.a1Iuringadyertisiagby displaying and advertising his holiday goods. ground that "it does not possess sufficient ber, name and description of the locality T (
make it worth while." The most noticeable about of each
merit to thing the school
established Artistic
I "Si-To' ..ajt: that the home merchant can't "put it over" on the'imail,' order More of that open. frank way of "Pay-Up-Day" that is being agitatedin the expense incurred for, and of, his of ; '"house ji'isUly.He has a tremendous advantage over the mail order merchant dealing with such schemes! would be many cities over the state is the I visit. of inspection to the several and Granite

c. l-Jit..tore; is'right there at home and his merchandise is right here where every- .f Inestimable benefit to Florida. fact. : that the newspapers are taking schools." .

.'& I,' i lt4'ody. can coir::and inspect'it!. before purchasing. Then he has the ddedoio.4.dvaDiapof \Fort Myers Press.. the lead in the agitation. I erintendent"Seventh-To of public notify the state sup Tklrtr >Mn 5j,1gs...uItauStsai1shctflysavs will t
Immediately lisadisde. psU. eesifytks to '
.( 1I being-able to send-his .business story into the homes of local.andcountyrvsidails.'eyer .. It a "Pay-Up-Day" will cause some ree. '
OWN FAIR. upon entering
WANT OUR upen. his awlt d mf ircrlk. ,.J}
> week through the columns of the VaUeyiGazette.i folks who are ) nown to be so much duties, the names and : .
; ; % addresses of all .. .
\ in JwithJ I sh. ...
.arrears) everybody to "come county school oWicers." ..far |..ton tad. Uytf1"* .*
I : i :'Kissimipec1 people! ;' are ti*& ,to' 'spend thousands Christmas .doll rs. > Kissimmee thinksv that Osceola across" with their'creditors, it would "Ei hth-To decide Idea of row nqoliMMK sa..*J will sej, :

/ ;;a itdit"' ; should be .'m' i.h..rv, foc the hom merchant But the home should have its own I. .f when
':, Merchant,w nt/get/ tbumone1 union tts.jake, some effort to get" peoples I not think-exhiklt: Kissimmee with--.Orange ia county It snows,. andwe such News. an occaaioiu-r-Arcadia Daily ml"fJ to him by the parties Inter-1ub1 TOE'CLABK )dON 'i.aJ..t... ,;

'"1 'can* and inspect his'jobeU./tVjmist.Icrtheoublic- know that h has the : the right sort of friendliness right. for the board and of refer his decisions to, the DPat..U4.... "7' )

.yizht( merchandise 'at.the.: riht,priCe>nd that:h.>anU the home trade.> various counties to invite each other SO HAS KISSIMMEE. "Ninth public=-To see Instruction.that the . . .."?, .....: "

", ,Each' mercLIflt- ah ulcLt: *t.L tut.t.A atoq\iD Valley Gazette I to Join In *a common fair but every the county are interest ee: ,...... .r-I1A" t,1 1- s..........
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.hould Kissimmee \.I'
count, In the Itato' make Its a pay-up day its tfl. at rk **** S1Si-Ai \ -
yesterday rights MOM w
;i t now:. Attra t:tL..t. r( tfr w:. adverisemiit ind'-tt4 wau.come.I3iL own' display an Indlvidual-.oner-its Clearwater has them every performance secured of in the making.and (ersaiomaha*........... r =' ,'J1.
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: T , . 1"I I , , I , I IIEffeotlve That Make 1 ,
COOkery .44c 344H44-C Gifts .
: Creatien Suitable' FerHelldey' I** ***** *******im** i****+* } 'p
an um
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; acy6RUCtRtES
that eater
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Pointe i ___ Charwomen in England > While tt tilt
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has million ...
England now a CafeWtim :
half surplus women. cf r=u wry'
owt. soap Cracker.Cathy. There are over 600 women 4 tii
...... Almoa da. in England and Wales. . . ..d
!tout. Turkey. Cranberry J.Uy.alaabed . .. yon hay Apalachleola Oysters..
Potato Onion la CTIBMI Nearly 6,000,000 i here yon are5sure Of getting only

\ r Pie. ing for wages in I good .WBoleaoBie. ..........,.u.-".... wr
lh as Padding, Bard Mona .fem.l1l.r "
Oysters direct from Nit water. Were : '
lOAM Pia7aO..m Ii'yO u'
r.nay-Cakte.trait. now vote in New' Zealand. prepared to supply yea iii. suiyquantity Are
:Mat and RaUlas.. BoDboDa.c. '
...--. a.eo.r -plats, .quart, .or by the ', ,
the German textile .
E gallon. Why not some for supper tonight .
ploy more women than men. '
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f The ChristmB' F.... > The Japan Woman's College THINKING .Or. r:B u.D'ING' A; h
To preps the turkey for roasting I kio has over 1,200 students. Shipment.Recerredl Daily 'i" "
t remove' tl e pin featkers and Binge off' HOUSE: OT'ANJIIND, LET. .
tIM *yH*> our an alcohol flame; then Over 30 per cent of the The Broadway Cafe ,WITHTOU.
population Germany are ,
thoroagaly wash anti Wipe with a soft I

cloth; then draw the fowl and wash earners . _PHONE 42._ *oIo '

Incite with warm ....ter. Out''off'the In England about fl I to 10 I AM .PREPARED TO FU3NISH -.
Beck dON t...... .. ... ..... . . .. ,
to the body leaving the of the women workers are '
akin to fold over the opening. employed. > ;
Then bend the' lag back and carefully S . MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM'
LJ California female clerks in i :; GRAYSTONE I
cot the akin on the joint. Just vice positions receive the PRICES.W.B.ARNoLb.
enough to expose the sinews without as the males.
breaking them and draw them out by .

a fork. Then break off the leg at the Marry women principally iiJ: I
IB. riuma "prts, 1.1. TUTU HP. .11;
in Russia for I ;
Joint, the sinews banging to It. Cut ,, are- applying '

the oil sack away. Now It Is ready to the ranks. 705. '
at off. i : Open Year, Round i ...
Miss Kate Berdan of Chico have a good t'
Poi the stuffing that U to be used s I recently bagged a bear weighing elegant handle Contractor sad .Bsdldtr.
little In tbe neck the rest In the body 400 pounds -. i
a newer um
and sew up the opening. Draw the *ISSnCMEE
Miss Adele Blood of New The QuWna flat DOM Hot Affect Tae Healftrfmumr FLA.
kin of the neck smoothly down and planning to establish a' National umbrella are> ol IU tonic and lams.effect, LAXATIVE
under the back pressing the wings BB.OMO OOININKIi bettertbMordloMrQnlnln 124 8s St. Phone 2M.. '
erican theatre. In all .
dose to the body and fold the pinions . come all panes. rlnrlni*ia end bead doM Remember not cB>*the crvonnc. fall __.and son rIt

under the back boldlnjg down the skin I Countess! Fanny Zampihi umbrella look lor u.. Icnmlim ol B. W. OB-OVK. i Be. q
cf the neck ,r of Rome is the leader of the .'
j wood and I ---- '-'
Press the legs close to the body and movement in Italy.K .. y'Se.
I I watches are In RM.HG.
Blip them under the skin as much an II
I In Pennsylvania a woman

possible threaded with Preen white roe trusHltig twine through needle ETKHIMO OOarOMK.- I mortgage of her her real
joinder . D. G. WflGNER iHSifljICE I HGEKGY.
the wing by the middle Joint pass It If you are planning a costume for The students of O O . .e. i
through the skin or the neck and beck women ..
tbe ClirlHtmos week dance
the gown closed 1 university will be sent ; . *
and out again at the middle Joint of I Illustrated here has many style point lumbia College in New York O Successor to Arthur E. Doicgaf a5q

the other wing Return the needlethrough to recommend! It- The dress la of silver . I }004 CittMn .
; Room No.,9 Second floor Basil Bmldmi. Plea 246 ? ;: t
the bend of tbe leg at tbe se- I brocade with tbe bodice cut 001) The young women who \
and Joint. through the body and outat straight lines From beneath tbe lat printers' assistants in the son, Albert I)
tbe same point at tbe other side; ter falls n double tiered skirt of ecru Printing in Washington, receive. General Insurance Business, repreeest! the etroagest and moil, I' I IReliable

I draw the cord tight and tie It with lace. At the I nick and1 sides the brocade a day. . work I "
,. *| the end at tbe wing joint. Thread tbe Is dnipod' up under a large flat At the present time schools Monday. I ;\ 'ct

w.needle again and run it through the bow of the snniu umUMtal colleges in the United States improved his We will contlane the Business of the Arthtfr'E Doaegaa. Aiwt7.. ''
I legs and body at tbe thigh bone and i more than 400,000 trained .IF'I wire fence. '. I
I teachers. without change-Tonr patronage respeetfoHy oolldted. } !'
back at the ends at the drumsticks;
4 our streets
I draw the drumstick bones close to- 0
Through the scarcity of boy I prospective II
the made ,
| getner. covering opening by nos, women will herafter sing! I "

drawing tbe fowl I. and when roasted 0.OO O') "OC 4 choirs of the Philadelphia Dickenson are C. A. CARSON, President. N. C'BRYAN. Secretary.,.. rs'
eat on oppoalte4aide/ and draw out. church. of their land j '
A word of. warning in regard to holiday . .
gifts Yor sick friends. Let thembe Miss Cathrine Dolan has I
OOCOOO COOOOOOOOOOtO O selected with care lest you make : sworn in as a member of the Skinner the Tuni-of j j The Waters & Carsoii

0 O more work for the nurses who have Massachusetts, being the .
O CHRISTMAS HINTS. OO other duties each day that must be her family to become a lawyer. .while Mr. 'j
done. Too many flowers, for instance, J''
'OO'OOOOOOOOO'O'OOOOOOOOYule make extra work, as they 'must be Wellesly College, 'a female children and!
freshened in the.morning and put out tion has put a ban on fudge, Lanier spent! .GrocerylCompan: : : : y
packages are intensely at night; even the most patient relative ing that if. interferes with the W. C. '

Jng if each gift before being tied on often lets the invalid see that the ing of the 'girl .athletes. senllb.j ., ;;::". .'" f ./ ,
I the tree is wrapped In successive pa. work is a burden. Better one fine rose J1.- a + v
In Java, when man marries ,
in of the
with successive addresses, so one new single stem vases avenue.
his wife's
which enables one to study and enjoy and son, 4
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1 that no one will know if thrpesentwill : it by itself. woman sits in council upon all and I .
daugh- stall -
Wboleaalo and R Doalera to
ters of ., C
and dictate
{ stay'with him or whether he importance callers at .
Find before affairs of the home. I .
I must hand it to another. out you take or send ,
I fruit whether it can be enjoyed by the 3.00'0,000 were in Kis- GROCERIES
A green ball to suspend over the sufferer. Often she must by the doctors There are over I >.te
Christmas dinner table is made by I orders merely feast her eyes on I the United States and there is ,, '
fastening two keg hoops together oneWithin 'the lovely peaches or grapes and often timate as to how many there have u
the other turning each way I the wine jelly you have made with in Europe after the war, but it closely with ,

ike an open globe. Twine around such care has to be handed over to probably be twice as many as intensity. . . . . . . . . :........ 4'... .....' :w'Ai 4 4 ,
|each hoop and put in sprigs of holly others because she has been told that nave. I ) r

ere and theye.Christmas t )I alcohol will not be good for her. Mrs. Catherine Nichols WE SELL: WE JUT "' ,..8I }

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bags offer a pleasant diI I Ienion. Use paper plates, napkins etc., has invented and patented a | HIDES ... ."1 "
whenever possible in sending food for device consisting of a double I : can't harm :
They are made of tissue pa-I tube which I I GRAIN, .. '.. .'
nervous and invalid worries until compels user to j, liver '
with bon- your .
er, 18x9 inches and filled directly into the transmitter. FURS, . r.". :
in plates, cups or napkins; and all accessories ry
ons. Suspend each by a thread I FERTILIZERS '
he doorway blindfold each child and are returned in good order So eager for higher education t mother! If WOOL .

J>t him try to knock one with a cane. and this requires thought and care the young women of Maine that I I IcoeducatIOnal stomach liver SHINGLES, 4 5 5 '.' '.,,
If successful at the second or third for the patient helpers. institution was so at once. . 4'' ''!

I Tort' "to the winner belongs the If you send books select those of alight crowded that it was obliged to doesn't ORANGE BOlES, AND ',." : ', .
Irize." or humorous character. Avoid limit to the number of women .), or is tev- . (" *
I I those which are pessimistic and mitted any one year to fifty. bad; has ORANGE WRAPS ALL r,
Christmas tree is dullh full of cold, Se
If the foliage of a end unhappily. o(
shed here and there with mucilage bound book is inconvenient eavy. for roughly-an invalid CONUNDRUMS.What "California VEGETABLE CRAT5S COUNTRY 1. "" '1 "I.
d then sprinkled with common salt to handle. is both food for the body a few hours .. y .
very pleasing. result is obtained. A food for the mind? Bacon. waste, undi- CRATE NAILS, '. PRODUCE.: .:" " .
= etty drapery for the tree is made by What game do the waves play gently moves 4' ", 1

tting. long. strips, about four Inchesde Mrs. Abbie E. Lathrop of Granby At pitch and toss. griping. and + *.* .* * * .** ** **.....*. ..........,.. '; t, : I.. -
of tissue paper then cutting it Mass., manages a mouse farm which When does a man impose on child again. -,. \
sely, partly but not entirely across harbors over 11,000 mice 500 rats and self When he taxes his 60-cent bob We sell field and garden seed .f all U>da. .... ;' .;) I c: ,
J e widths, making fringes. If the 100 rabbits. She finds a steady sale What is that which by losing an of Figs," We give special attention to fitting eat hating cad caaiplBg ; !:f :
|-ips be dampened and held over a for her little animals from medical has nothing left but a nose 1 for ba- Fre delivery la city 11.IU. no..IN.. 12. .',,;t. ,,,?:[ .11
t stove the fringed edges will curl; institutions, where they are used for If your nose was twelve inches and for We are county agents for good fertilizers. A.ak/B)* for drcvlar fta4prlcea t; i

d look quite ornamental. research work. what would it be? A foot oa fertilisers. v \A) v- *< 1' ;fe" \ ,.;1"Ji 4.,i."f:,

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.. CAKE WALK SUCCESS;; cake; 'Mr. Rusell, the secondhand; Mr.f :t
Friendship ledge, No. 10, Knights of Unley; the third. Russel 'Cole, and l1at's
(' $ Soc iety Notes Pythias, held its annual election Edwin Glenn did not compete for,the
; Py\hiu-he14--itauerol-annua .election MAY BE REPEATED prizes.In. .' "
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I .- : ; H. R. May, C. C,; J. S. Cadel, V. C.; Wednesday evening proved a big IUI!- $7. The total receipts amounted to .'
J. C. Griffin, P. W. L. Paulk, M. of a '. ,' 1
f : l: ; Request Lade to all patron of the Valley Cazttt to seed Item.i l W.; T. S. Oliver; M. at A.; G. P. ceas-in spite of the short time allowedfor IMS. ____________ ; i

": 01 i Mdtt enail to the Editor for pablicatiou i I there column Gardner, I. G.; J. E. Roberts, O. G. the rehearsals audience ,that and'so a number delighted of was requests SOUR, ACID STOMACHS,
... W. L. Paulk, H. N. Bratton and J. the GASES OR INDIGESTION Name ?
have been made that affairbe I

m.rkant0 1 + , ._ .. ._. _. ._ ._ -_ _- _. _. _. ._ _. .. _. _. _. _. _ _ _. _. _. ._ ._ .. ._ .. -.I. . _ __ _ i i the D. Jeffords grand lodire.were elected delegates. to I! talk of staging For this the reason Cakewalk there at ia Each Tape's Dtapepsln", Digests'3000" '

KIT atH ;i (' SIIAKESPEARE CLUB. i I I Prentig, Mabel Overctreet, Helen After enjoyable the business was concluded enjoyed the casino next Saturday night, Dec- grains food, ending all stomach i
The club was entertained Jones Carson an. oyster supper ember 19 with features calcul- misery in .five minutes.
< v Shakespeare Mary Elizabeth Car new
stockingFJ i I in the I
lodge room.
H >> 1' last Friday afternoon by: M n. son Blackburn, Alma Griffin, Laura ated to make it more. side-splitting Our NAME: is the label)
f 41Th1. I .3'. {i Bola at bar home on Vine street. Deueions' Thomas, Helen Bass, Mildred Winn, than before. I Time itl! In five minutes all stomach -
; said Mr .' refreshments were served. I Lucy Witherspoon, Kathleen Bearden, I Much of the credit for the successof distress will go. No indigestion,
| eaU thethornier i ., They will meet with Miss Elizabeth Marie Boyd, Mattie Belle Harris; WILSON'S' MESSAGE the Cakewalk is due the young men heartburn, sourness or belching: of by which others know
\ A,Aultman thia Friday at her home on Messrs. Arthur Hunter, S. S. Buzza, ;' of the city, who took the part of gas, acid, or c>'uetations ut ondiavsreii us
t k-' r ',,' Broadway. ,'. -I" G. G. Buzza, Sam Story- art Buzzfe walkers and under assumed names, food, no dizziness, bloating, foul I
j. Earl Morrow, Ralph LandroflrHCdjcTrBryan (Continued from Page One.) black face and fancy costumes, some breath or headache.
: /I f MEETING STPONED. I Bert Garrett, Milton Norton to arms into the field." of them ladies' costumes--almost deceived Diapepain Is noted for itaspeedjn I We feature foodstuff
z i.j} On account of thb rain last Tuesday H. S. Buzza, A. E. Cowager, Will Ma- Another outburst greeted his decla- the audience as to their iden regulating upset stomachs.It ,I
afternoon, the C vic League meet- son Tiller, Paul K. Weaver, Clyde ration against compulsory military tity. John M. Lee was leader and no- is the surest, quickest stomach rem- 'I
SOLD4 ,. ing waa postponed to next Tuesday, Buzza, E. C. U. Zim- service. body in town would have ever be- edy in the whole world and besides it backed by t the world's.greatest .
f December 16, at 8 p. m., at the Chap-I merman, Walter Balla1rathan Bryan I We are the champions of peace and lieved that so dignified a gentlemancould is harmless. Put an end to stomach I
: !. ter House. I and Mrs G. W. Rutherford, Mrs. G. G. i of concord," said the president, and look quite so comical if they had trouble forever by getting a large I
|? ] '. Nomination of officers for the en- I I Buzza, Mrs. B. R. Garrett, Mrs J. W. I! again the democratic side applauded.The not seen him. The cakewalkers, as fifty-cent caso of Pape's Diape pain,: manufacturersand
1 auing year will be in order, and a full Prentis, Mrs. W. P. Landrum, Mrs. H.j president concluded\ at 1:10p. : they appeared in couples, were Col.F. from any drag store. You realize in
Mgjjg: a attendance of members Is requested. I I B. Clark, Mrs. C. Shafer, Mrs P. K. |, m. A. Lincoln and MO Cave, Cal Mc- five minute. how needless it is to suffer

| i MRS. ESTEV HOSTESS. i I Weaver, Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman. i II i Cowan and Sam Lupfer, .Russell Cole from indigestion, dyspepsia or any bearing their NAME
|, the math Mrs. C. H. Eatey entertained a few AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE t New York city ia said to have more and Edwin Glenn, Mr. Unley and Billy stomach disorder. It's the quickest, n.i
Florida 1 y of her friends Tuesday afternoon at I I, PASSES RESOLUTION I than fifty known lepers running at Burkham, Clifford Russell and Stan- surest and most harmless stomach .
the fede F large. ley Bullock. Colonel Lincoln, dressed doctor in the woiid.
Central Delicious which is of
-The I" her home on avenue. A regular meeting of the AmericanWoman's a guarantcjC .t
salad sandwiches -
". refreshments of cake, I'
league was held Monday afternoon
VpurchaaIswamp ", and tea, were Mre.served.W. B. Ilarri Mrs.Estey's -. at the chapter house. Routine 6.---- - - - _---- -- -- - - . ---- ----- -. -. .- -. _- -._- -_-. .- -. -..-. --_- .- __ _. __ ._. _. ___-_--_ _. -_ _- __ _...__ ._ __ __A.. t
; w guests were PURITY.
; business was transacted, a nominating -
In 1910,! Mrs. Stella .
; : *, Mr. E. L. Lesley, committee was to
z:an acrotj( Donegan, Miss Flora Terell, Mre. C. F. I nominate appointed election
officers for the the
rmadecompanj r Johnson, Mrs. Dale, Mrs. Homes Pra- first Monday in January and the fol-
\ h. titer.r i Heinz Horseradish ___ ____15c
lowing important resolution panned: --- -
rsg..ofion : Resolved That no attorney or attorneys WHAT SHALL I GIVE ?
,- $65 .arV ;., .f EASTERN ELECTS OFFICERS 1 be employed by the Heart I] Premier Celery Salt --_________lieLibby's

profit r At a business meeting of the Kis- i I!I Memorial chapter of the AmericanWoman's ------------lO&ZSc
league to contest the suit to
F, 000 acrKtha simmee chapter of the Eastern Star ,
Ian '.' annual election of offi- i I declare a trust now pending, and I
1 last week the follows | brought by the Francis Williard Beechnut Pare Jelly ___________ISeBeardsley'
Rations er* was held, resulting as ,' .
/sago laa Worthy matron, Mrs. Porter. I Ir union, and concerning the Chapter
; ; P-Nut Batter _
I House but that the trustee, .10-15-25c
The Worthy patron, Dr. W W. Carnon. property; I
t'fchamb Associate matron, Mrs. J. E. Lup- Mary E. Aultman holding the legal COME TO
d\t' fer. ,I I title to said property, be: instructed to STOREDANN'S Freach's Cream Salad __________ISc
Main,t] t Conductress, Mrs. Thomason. represent the interest of said Heart
i burgr.AM. i j Associate conductress, Mrs. M. Tiller. I Memorial chapter ofthe American Premier Salad Dressing _10-30c
Woman's league in 'said suit, and cooperate
e -
Lsu Miss with the Francis Willard Nabob Preserves _25c
Secretary, Donegan.
Mrs. VanDuzer union in securing full, careful and just ,
,! aiu .1 Another business matter of impor definition of the trust now operative' DEPT. STOREMail Armour's 3-lb. Pork & Bean _15c

t t lance was the changing of the chap upon said property and a full and final I
ii ,1;, 1 ter'a regular meeting dates to the firstf adjudication' of the term of said trust'' ,I I Hecker's Flapjack Flour _lOc
y tit', E Eyr ,pt'' and third Thursday evenings of each'and 1 of the interest of nil the parties1: '
G t !, month. to said suit therein : Lowney'i Cocoa _10-25c
. ,
r Resolved further That any and all :
; PICNIC DINNER AT action heretofore taken by membersof I Aager' Macaroni _lOc
$ FOWLER'S POINT this corporation individually\ or byi( :
4 7' cial0 The residents of Fowler Park and officers or committees of this corporation i" j i Bremen's Egg Noodles _rSc
G a congenial party of their friends be repudiated as not being the '
fEl"'t0,lone from the city enjoyed a picnic dinner'' action of this (corporation, i iC in any : We will help select :: Log Cabin Maple Syrup25SOc
"'- '# a laat Sunday at the W. A. Stout place. way to conflict herewith I[ Orders you I I
eone t : Long tables were placed on the verLn- Resolved further: That this rellQ- i'' Pure Cider Vinegar, gal _40c
ttonq da of the clubhouse overlooking Lake lution be spread upon the minutes of I :
Tohopekaliga and plates were laid for this corporation and that (copies of just what want at a I National Biscuits _5&10c ,
you ;
.trar t thirty-four. The dinner was in the the same be furnished to the Kissimmee Filled t

Jj nature of a fish fry but included an Valley Cazeete and the Osceola .... Libby California Peaches ___15-25c
j dlstand abundance of other delicacies. Journal for publication.

.tca i + ''i Those making up the party were: December 7, 1914. Same price YOU .a-.f! to pay.Every : Baby Pet Milk 6 cans _________..2Se
t.r of a] I, + Mr. and Mrs. Snow, Mr. and Mrs. : :
Knouf. Mr. and Mrs. E. Yocum, Mr. I CHURCH NOTICES | floor of this big with suitable and usefulChristmas i 1 St. Charles Jflilk, 6 cans _ZSC .
S. Camfield, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs.
s thob 4 M. O. Wells, Madames Brady and Mc- gifts. No matter whether you want to bay a few Toys for the Greenfield Fine Chocolate '

Cutcheon, Messrs. George Yooum, EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Day children, or something appropriate for growa-aps, we caa supply your I 1
+ Yocum, Ben Fox, Sunday next ill the third Sunday in Oar Christmas per box _Sc to $3.00
Snow Boyd
!. \ James; offerings are practically all new goods purchased for I
jail Bert Advent. Services will be: Holy com-
Amos Snow Herman ent season's ft-ade. We have aotkiag that i is oat of style oat of Weber's Pure Honey -IOc-3Oc-
,. Wells, H. I+1. Rosenburg, Joe Knouf, munion 8 a. m.; Sunday school 9:30; Received er waDts.1 I
Harold.Yocum. morning and sermon 10:30.:
Partin. prayer
r ,,. :'Will HO.enburgl.ltan W. E. North, Walter Campbell No evening services as the rector Our prices win convince yoa more than ever that this is It I He'mx's Sweet Pickles __________15eArmour'

A I +' :; MeTIe Yocum and Misses Dorothy goes to St. Cloud. "'! ONE STORE where YOU SAVE ONET.f .
Oleomargarine _______Z5e
', Wells, May'' Snow, Ellen Yocum' *

} , i,and h:Virginia'and Ethel Knouf. i i j The LAYMEN'S laymen will meet Sunday -.f Beautiful Toilets SetsThese Beautiful CamasolesLadies' "t Heinz' Dill Pickles _15e
: e. afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Presby- :

} LEAGUE SOCIAL terian church and desire, especially all seta come in the popular French ivory. They f Lewis.?. Milk Chocolate ______-Se
The Senior Epwortb league of the the newcomers, and visitors of Kis-> :t include a Brush and Comb Hand Mirror. Nail File Wool Shawls

,. Methodist church entertained the simmee to gather at this men's meetIng Scissors -in Gift Boxes at -________________$12S t. $2.00 Premier Peri Walla Tea _30ePm
and Buffer. ., and Polish Holder all securely
,:: young people of th. town Friday and assist in every way possible '
I evening at the church. The church to make it the best meeting of the : packed in a beautiful case. GIFTS FOR MEN bury Flour_:5ocI.OO-:: ;

rh'k' J was beautifully decorated with flow- season. See them! at ___ _ __________ __ __$1.75 to $9.98 '- -.. ..,
, ers, bamboo branches! and ferns. The Let each and every member use his Waihbnrn-Crosby Gold

i I ) following program was rendered!: Instrumental best endeavors to bring one or more" '. Men's Ties Medal ______________50c$1.00NonSuch
a + .:r solo, Miss Louise Thom friends with him, and by this method |I Niagara-Made Silk Gloves -
..t ''s :' + .k.. \1 j ason; vicol solo, Mrs. P. K. Weaver; double our usual attendance. It is the J
.c. violin solo, Harold Buzza; vocal solo, masses of the people that we want to I, < and StockingsThese Beautiful assortment .of Silk. Ties in latest. styles! Mince Meat ---------lOc;
..J.Mi... Mary Canon; instrumental) duet secure and believe that it will prove and in all color J

i ,') Misses Helen Base and Lillian Pren- equally interesting and beneficial to I' Silk Gloves and Stockings are absolutely the see them at u Cor.. .: _______ _2Sc and SOc Steele', Fine Chocolate, lb. ___u.cOc
\{ tis vocal quartet, Messrs. S. S. Buzza, who attends this meeting.We -- --
1 Glenn; Buzza, Earl Buzza Harold Buz- would be glad to have volunteer I' finest ever placed on sale in this city. They are pos- Mess Sautpeaden _h_ U___ _u___ _n_h_ _SOc 15 Ib*. Franklin Granulated

It -v sa; vocal solo, Miss Alma Griffin leaders. Anyone who has not been ) itively guaranteed to give satisfaction. All Stockingshave Mea's Sleeve Holden _______ _____________I_2ScMe Sugar ___________________$1.00
w u '4; reading Miss Lottie Lawler; vocal asked to lead and is willing to do an double toes and heels. Come and see them. '. Hose Supporters __--__ _--______--____25c
t solo Miss Laura Thomas. Delicious will kindly signify the same by speak ,
StockingsPer The above
1$ refreahments of punch, ice cream and chairman, signifying their come in separate boxes and make appropriate "
j "If if ha ....
f willingness Pair __ ______ __ __ { good it a
hi cake were served. Those present were to lead and they will be I ( ) ---- uu u __--_$1.5 Ilfu.Men's

!A4 t. Mlaaea Virginia Tiller, Lottie Lawler, duly appointed and given one weekto Gloves _____ __ __ _50c te $1.25Women's "If the name b right we eB it "
------ ---- -- -- --
i Alberta lt Ernestine Brown, prepare a message for the next i I Leather Bill-Holders I
thA YCr .i i Ella Mae ian, Helen Perdue, Ruth Sunday's meeting. i
Clark, Elsie Norton, Medora Russell, Brother J, M. Lee will lead next | Silk UnderwearThe In Christmas
kx. Lillian Prentia, Nina Bratton, Cecelia Sunday's meeting and we much I
} !9 # i t': Overstreet, Nettle Newton Beulati desire a full attendance. very The holidays Niagara people also manufacture Underwear Boxes at -----------------------_________50e
L ? ,,;, Alvey, Sarah Clark Maud Thomason, are coming on and we desire of the same quality as the Stockings and Gloves.. TAYLOR'SI

'; : '! ) Celeste Mosley,. Orpha Rose, Grace some special exercises during the holi- These garments are delightful to wear and wear almost Get Your Candies HereWe
N i ,; (IWinn Ruby Barnhill, Louise Thoma- days.
'f t without end. See them
Gussie Winn Sarah Muriel at the following price:
: son Clark W. H. JONES, Chairman.
In },.. .... Vests _______________________________$24)0 have a splendid assortment of high grade
18 Stewart Ave.
imco t Combination Suits _______$X50 Chocolates and Mixed. Candies. All kinds at prices
) ----------- ----
.; ''' : from

!n fto ' ,.. Cadet Hosiery for Men and (per pound) ---------_______________lOc to 40c PHONE 250 QUICK DELIVERYCHICHESTER

9 Ff Kris Kringle Comes Women Toys for EverybodyDon't s PILLSLeal

Thee Stockings: arc weD made and give entire fail to .visit our Toy Department. We havean -*? *. Ii rw._BBAN_4.
In jOlt fourteen day Don't off that shopping until the last satisfaction. They come in gift boxes, three and FCT.Z.I _.---
.- put extra large assortment of Dolls of all kinds. They WIMN .... M ...... O.sirs
10 'f ..
dl ' minute. Come in and let u* help you decide what y.u want. four pairs to a come in all sizes and characters and you will be sure 1-.. sr-- sae.

\, } box at _________________________________$1.. to and the .;rS.=HRAND... ;rt.r.-.r r.
l ., just right-"Dollie" for your little K rl. ,.....-..-... .AIw raswsur ,.R.IW,

1 ,ik 1'' f 1 Handkerchiefs for Women See these 5010 BY DRUGGISTS EVEimntaE'

f ', : For Him: For Her: Dolls at n_____-_______-__________lOc to $1.50

4 '} .. and ChildrenWe There all kinds of Mechanical SEWING MACHINE COMPANY

:.I l > curr LINKSILVKR have a splendid collection of Handkerchiefs for boys, such as Horses Dogs. etc. Also Toy Pistols

+ ;sIt ',,<" KNIPB BROOCH old and young. They are neatly packed in Christmas Buckets and Shovels,' etc. Come and inspect them. J. D.

t p 4 0 1. Foa..r CHAIN V..A.LLlJIIUI>.M: boxes, containing from one to six to a box. Prices Christmas Card at --_____--_____-____lc and op the / ,

j! .... ..UIIfBT JUIlrQ MANICVBB .IIIT range from 15c to $1.50 Caristmai Tan assorted ia box), at ---_____lOc company,
:,::1 VMBIUU.KA WATCH .RICMLMT Holly Ribbon (per bob) _____lOc Georgia to
'1, Ile s r: ,i .. r I j FANCY HOME-MADE PINE NEEDLE HANDBAGSand Holly Paper, two sheet for _____________L_ _.Se this city he ia headquarters associated with.for the com
.. JEWEL BOXES at_________ _SOc, 7Se. $1.00 pany
{ I -- Belly Paper sheet _______ Mr. Anderson
For the Home "*" per --------- ______Sc states that he daoseKl..immee'
: n F :$) : BEST LINEN TOWELS Hefty Boxes, each ---------------___________SeColgate's for his central office bo-
,': Two in box. at __________________SOc and $1.00 cause nearly every point in the state
t. ; r Sitnr Flatware, Cat Claw, a Ckaamf Disk, a Maatol Clock; Toilet can be conveniently reached from'
Beautiful Mercerized Towels at ____i2Sc and SSc ArticlesWe here and because be just naturally I
# I thinks this ia an ideal place to livi I
+ Women's Hand Bags carry a complete line of Colgate'* famous Associated with him in the work I
,o ar > matter what- you want in introducing this new sewing machine
"1 I\; These Hand-Bag are of bea.tilulIII and are the way of Soap. Tooth Paste Shaving Creamsf F4. into Florida territory are F." W.

:, ''''''It" ' :. large noah to admit cola: purse. handkerchief; etc. cum Powders, just say "Colgate" And don't, fors'get Brady Georgia, ;of and Tez.ut J. ""."W.Jackson. L..Martin_ Fieri-of i I!,

: : "r.- "C. .;,A.Ir". : ..COLE, ,,:' \''The" Jeweler '.: Dusty} packed (a Gift Box* a; $1.50$2 and $ZSO they coat led and last longer. .IHils


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FRIDAY' DECEMBER- '11. ,ItU r ,,., :THE .ltI5'51..11:7' : VALLET GAZETTE (fl aAGE'.7r!

. :
ms5IMMUV &"&.
(' T.1.pbea.No.JL) ;. H. Haroeir were Orange .Center. visitor Kissimmee friend. '1ftliiubi, .abx I two 'wagotnssiins good recently" came to this section oi jrjor.
. '-, *'in:town thiweek. ,f ' Mr. Hogan i'manager. of Reed' Horn Bakery. 61-tf, ida from Washington state, are'tpeDd.. ;Are. Yo Just< at O , J h!>1f'ah.t..lm17 Friday'By Biggest value ever offered.. ,B7"a glade Cypress. ,company' leg a week in Kissimmee a. puts You Regulate LlTtmgT
edDeedaY'j M.'r;and Mrs Wnu'Vermillion and '' '
':W. B.'IIAB.1UL.- : bolt of gingham at five cent* per. yardat Loughman.: .1\ of Mr. and Mr*. Douglas] Mr. and ;Are you I sometime*, at dds wityourself
t : U rt's's..n. Monday; their daughter, :Mr*. Johnson, of Mrs Illma, became interested i*i and ,with the world. Do y
"Why not give hand-d.cor .Bradford O. spent a few day in KIs- Valley
..................i..... .County Supervisor of Road G. W for a Christmas present? Special slmmee this t week On their way: to St.Petertburg. Gazette Florida and through\now,reading that they.ire here wonder.what ail yout,and: ,True sleeping you;

Ashton,' spent Monday In the eity-en prices on'kll plane*, ST' Mrs- InU. The I return to Kls- are so well satisfied that they' expect be eating regularly i. the matter Co

i : Weather Report business., L . Zimmerman. Studio. 115' Mabbettetreet. nmmee.liter in ui* season 4'"lll'&U-, to make it theft penfflffieHTIiOTHei' ,; pation 01,!!HeadacT! -, ---

J. Miss Mildred Lee 1* at horn.,again .a longer stay. Mr. Ambrose Moore wont'to Sanford Bilious Spell Indicate"a' Slug
after a several weeks' visit with John M. Leo made a business trip Albert & B arden, paying teller at meet,Dr.'mad Mrs 4. Liver The tried remedyJa Dr. KNew ne'fI
' friend in Arcadia. to Lakeland early in the week, return the state bank, was stricken suddenlywith F. Thompson, of Toronto ,Canada Life Pill. Only :ltbe'at y
Following are daily tern- O. R. Bass,'of Whittier, wa. here ing home Wednesday for the Progressive appendldtus last Saturday, and who came down by' boat to that point. Druggist. Bucklen'e. Amica.Salve, foe
'i'' perature and precipitation,, ; ; for the commissioners' meeting Mon club entertainment. He i* now was carried to Tampa by Dra. Hyatt Dr. and Mr*. Thompson will spend. the Sldn.Eruptiooa.: '. h.
a* reported by Government > day.. in Arcadia attending conference. and W.. B. Crawford, where he wa winter with Mr. and Mr*. Moore. Mr.

l f' ,station at Kissimmee for the W. D. Wilkinson, of Atlanta, Ga:, Reverend Ball, rector of the Epis- successfuly operated* upon Sunday Moore will leave soon for Canada td PROPOSITION TO MAI
week ending Dee. 11, 1914 ; ; was here on business one day last copal church Is expecting his son, G. morning. accompany. his father and mother
week. A. Ball, to arrive from North Caro- Reverend Westcottpassed through south, they having planned to spend '

Friday .. _.82 63 .66 ', Not,the cheap kind, but nice dressgingham with lina Saturday him. to spend the holiday the Cloud city to secure Monday a location on his for way the to win-St. the winter hers.CAPT. BIG ,ONE'(1;

Saturday __ ____75 68 at Gilbert's on Monday for G. FRANCIS DEAD.
five cents per yard.S. Mrs. J. Wade Tucker Is at home ter, when his wife and son will join i D. t least,itfa
Sunday ._ __ __78 60 him Reverend Westcott -
again after spending several week in : wa*
Monday __ __ _-70 44 in. Myers the of Saint Jose, Mo., arrived Grand Rapids at the bedside of her ly the pastor of the St. form.r-I Just as we are going to press we month of of my time to winding ups., ;
city Sunday to spend some I father, who has been critically ill but odist church bat baa spent the past learn that Capt. D. G. Francis, who estate of .
Tuesday __69 54 time to r .
.30 looking after compelled dispose pt
-- -- grove property am
: is improved.We summer at Atlantic City; N. J. ha been ill for several weeks, passed
In Lakeland
Wednesday __ __68 66 at Kissimmee Park. Emmett street estate and Insurance busines
hi. home
I Those are pleased to note that Mr. Dr. A. K. Melee arrived recently away at on or half of aame,' If ,you are in4ereted -I,
Thursday __ _.64 61IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII wanting photos for Christma about 11 o'clock this morning. The
: A. S. Nelson, who ha been ill for There
from Philadelphia and ha been bus- write me at once.. .
will please call his old borne '
early so as to body will be shipped to
.. ....... ..... ......... Studio.give us time to finish them. Wilder* several able to weeks ride ,out is improving in his automobilethis and was ness ily engaged for his getting annual? houseboat things in cruise readi- at Hartford, Conn., and will be accompanIed money for :you, in it.. : .' .f.
and .
48-5-1 Mrs. Francis
week. down the river. Dr. Meigs usually by 388 {
W. T. Hansell left last Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Jarrett and spends about four month every win- brother J. W. Harris. Box
Okeechobbee, where he has a position daughter, Mrs. B. and her ter, cruising and shooting in Lake Blrtaln's ,', < i
I Ripley son, About one-third of Great
LOCAL HELD I Iw. a Ranlerson.* manager of a sawmill for Peter Bernard Ripley have arrived from Kissimmee. This season the water Ie I telegrapher are women. Lakeland, . foraTo : .
Ravenswod, W. Va., to spend the winter so low that h* doubts as to whetherhe ---- --.
Special for Monday-dress ging- here. will be able to go further south ---- ---- - --- -- -
hams five cents per yard at GUbert's. than Lake Cypress
Among the visitors who have arrived -
H. Brokaw, with Grilling Brothers G. W. Gregory, who has been con to spend the winter in Kissim the Democratic Voters of Osceola Ct'.Il'
nected with the Osceola garage has mee is a party from Barre, Vt., including ,.
the tree 40-tf ,
people. gone to Columbia Ala., to spend the W. J. Cave G. F. Clark, J. A. TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA
M. D. Willson returned Sunday froma Christmas holidays with home-folks. Plaisted P. A. Plaisted C. E. Cave Thousands of people keep on suffer I At the earnest request of mau.-- ..
business trip to West Virginia. He would appreciate an emblem, and J. J. McHugo. ing with Neuralgia because they do I friends I hereby announce mytetfjj -
Mr and Mri. John DeGraw of St. ring charm or pin for Xmas. Cole Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Lawler are at- not know what to do for it. Neural- the
Cloud, were visiting here Monday. Jewelry Co.County tending the Methodist conference in gia is a pain in the nerves. What you a candidate for election to ofJ
J. Potts of Vermont, IB here to Commissioner W. F. Wal- Arcadia this week. Misses Lela and want to do is to soothe the nerve it- bee of Superintendent of Public
spend the winter at Kissimmee Park. ker, of Basesnger, was here for sev- Lottie Lawler will leave today to be self. Apply Sloan's Liniment to the Instruction at the primary election
Ackias Bass of St. Cloud, was in the eral days the first of the week and present for tae closing sessions of the surface over the painful part-do not to be held December 19, and solicit tI
attending the commissioner's conference.A. rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetratesvery .
city Monday. meeting vote and support.I .
the irritated
quickly to sore .
Monday. J. McDonough and family, of
Roll Baas was in Orlando on business nerve and allays the Inflammation. I appreciate the. great impor-
Lakeland, have moved to this
There Is that city to
would be
Tuesday. nothing appreciated make their permanent home. The Mc- Get a bottle of Sloan' Liniment for tance of the school system of the
Leave orders for Christmas cakes atReed's more by yeur friends thana 25 cents of druggist and have it
Donoughs lived here any and re.6te that the position
nice photo of yourself, and WHder'lIStudio formerly and I county ,
61-tf and
Home Bakery. t in ,the house Colds Sore
is the place to get them. 48-61 have many friends to welcome their requires good business management
Sciatica and
Chas. O'Berry has returned from a return. Swollen Joints Lumbago,
business to Jacksonville Dr Harry T. Dunbar of Condor like ailments. Your money back if and careful, systematic work____
trip N X., spent last Sunday in Kissirnrrvee. Five hundred budded trees for sale not satisfied, but it does give almost I for the advancement of our children I
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case He was on his way to St. Cloudto at a bargain. Theo. Bandy. 61-2t instant reHer.I I
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents.S. spend the winter. While helping to unload the new engine to better lit them for the
B. Aultman ill on a business trip and dynamo for the electric light I I duties of life.
Winter Garden. Mr and Mrs O D McClary, of plant last Sunday, Fire Chief R. D. there
to I I That is nothing too good
Spring Valley, Minn., are pleasantly I Fairman had misfortune
For citrus trees are F. H Lawson domiciled in one of the Thompsonflats I the tjje. getting for them in the ine of education,
next door to postoffice 51-tf I fingers of one hand badly For SaleIn .
for the winter. and
I, mashed and one finder partly cut off.. we should ever keep before us
The newest creation in Pandora and Sheriff Dan Hardi. of Miami was A new boiler la being installed in spare no pains or efforts that would
party boxes at the Cole Jewelry Co. in the city last Saturday, having (come'I the Graystone hotel's steam heating order to settle an estate- bring every school in the county up
I). M. Hamilton of Orlando was a up to fet a prisoner wanted in Dade plant this wek. Manager Porter is lot 66x66 feet on South Brack ,a
i the standard. If electedto
in the this week. I Park with to highest
business visitor city county.C. determined to leave nothing undone' street, near street a
I. R. Rutherford, of Kieslmg Wash., H. Estey came over from Eustis, hat will add to the comfort of hisKuestR. small shack of a house. this position; I will give it personal ,
was a visitor of the week. where he is engaged in the bottling I The property. has brick paved attention and use my utmost

For him, an alligator bill book. Cole business and spent Saturday and Sun- I Mrs. Chas. Goodrich, of St. Cloud, street. cement sidewalk, sewerage endeavors to keep increasing 'the
Co. has them.J. day here with his family. in the and water connections. of the school of "
Jewelry was city Monday to meet Mr. efficiency system ;i ,i
Sam Jones who has a winter homein 1 and Mrs. J. G. who down "
F. O'Berry has returned from a Scats came PRICE $500.00. Osceola county. 't'I

.... business trip to Tampa. and Orlando Harry Beaman W. D. Davis of that, R.citv L. Hyer were I 1 from winter Jacksonville in St. Cloud.and While will here spend Monday the Will give terms if necessary.J. I will regularly visit the schools and remember the motto.that.Fternal: : !

Miss Mary with Dr.Dixon J. W.has Simpson.accepted a here Monday on business. they were guests of Mrs. Sanborn. M. WILLSON, JR. Vigilance" the price of a good education. 'VVT|
position Yours .respectfully. V .,f"'ti tt
Cypress field boxecfor, sale cheap. i 45-44
Osceola Lumber &; Furniture Co. 29-tf . . . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CEO. F. .PARKED JI

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ellis spent

--r: Sunday in Orlando. SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE u 00000 000000 00.0000 O..OOOOH 00000000000 0. .. ........... .
Lake- < "-
I M. Katz made a brief visit to I 00000000..0..000..0.
land last week. i
Don't fail to attend the five cents -
gingham sale Monday at Gilbert' PARLOR MARKET & GROCERY I /\

Miss Ada Tracy I>>f Columbus Ga., r
arrived, this week for a visit with Miss '
Betty Aultman during the holidays WHAT TO HAVE FOR k
Cypress field boxes for sal cheap.
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29tfE. a THE SUNDAY DINNER IS .

L. Lesley has recently had built ;

fifteen avenue,small for rent.cottages on Robinson 1 ,4 ; ALWAYS A VEXING PROBLEM .. ,-* 1' Jf.t i ,

C. E. Denlg and Lieutenant Entriken ? Therefore we are going -"
of Narcoosee, were in the city the / 1 ,
i' to suggest a few SATURDAY ; .
's past week. I, .. .. ,/ .
. ... Christmas Now is the cakes.time Reed's to order Home Bakery your SPECIALS which may ) c' :r.I: YVItY rl'! ;o' J '

will supply Van der you.Meersch has returned 6itrAndre help you solve the Sunday A Happy Christmasfor "

extended business trip in .,
from an dinner problem. We'are doing ,
New York. )
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck and Miss Do- 326 /' : '
this because
want to
ray Tracy recently made a brief visitto Everybody vt vtA

Tampa. 1 please you. Look at these following suggestions and then come and r''
Capt. and Mrs. H. M. Breaker wentto I : .
Tuesday, where Mrs. Breaker .
Tampa | inspect the goods.
entered a hospital for an operation. d
in the city f
Massachusetts D.visitors O Martin and R. holiday stock that is New, first in variety and quality, aDd fairest ia /
week were
this Sylvester. price. Our beautiful display of gifts meets all requirements from first to I

Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Alderson, of Virden i Suggestions for Your last We have a most complete assortment of presents that everybody J '

Ill, arrived this week to spend appreciates; pleasing and beautiful, at the same time. Practical and useful in .,.
the winter in Florida. I
Bakery for Christmas _ --- -
Home -
Try Reed's -- -
I cookies. They are just like Sunday Dinner (

mother FOR used RENT-Two to bake. three-room 61-tf flats Diamondst,_Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, s

with modern convaniences. Apply at NICE TENDER VEAL Hand-Painted China Silverware t '
the Gazette office. FRESH MUITONFLORIDA ,

Send Jewelry a souvenir company spoon has for a Xmas.dandy AND WESTERN PORK Alligator Goods, Novelties ," c

new Cole selection. FRESH DRESSED CHICKEN (Louie grows) --

John J. Overstreet, jr. of Orlando, NICE JUICY ROASTS ;h 1 tOur
was here on business one day the ear HOME-MADE''' FRANKFURTERSHOMEMADE expense is light and our prices are the lowest.a

ly part of the week. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE ,
H. Williams'of :
H. -
Palmer Mot
Windmere, Monday in We want you to see our store and inspect the goods. ; -
the city.{ /. / I'j r
E. W. Garner, of Plant City route, wasP Grocery Department i Our motto" ",aII Table U every cmstesasr and every article gtiaraataWa
In the will
city, where he Jocate. .l' represented.. If, i iI
the Tampa peep le in town PARSNIPS I
this Among week were A. B. Adams and S. CARROTS The new Jewelry Store, 116 1-2 Broadway. .

B. Waegoper. BIG JUMBO CELERY I r, r. tl-
Fleming and J. M. Willson jr.,
H'Tuesday for the sandhills, where SWEET POTATOES Next Door to Osceola Pharmacy.'t'j
left they will spend severs) days on a IRISH POTATOES I

hunt. LETTUCE i % F
.... camp ti
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Have you tried PUCE'S PEAK SELF-RISING FLOUR? If not : )

For Sick Headache, r Stomach be sure to do so right nowIn twelve and twenty-four pound i .
and Bl fela-They
11 Sluggish Lirer sleep. sacks. 1 I H. E. COLE Manager
work while you j, '
Furred Tongue,and Bad 1 ate raffle Indigestion Headachecome -- Everything listed here is aold'at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.If 1 t;> t _

Sallow a to id liver and you are! not yet acquainted with this Meat and Grocery Store be sure I 't-: '

em which cause year to come and inspect these specials Saturday., I ,.J.
clogged 1.
i with nndiS. ..
become fill a
stomach ferments + 4. Jf.t 4' l \
geeted food, which a x;. ..
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maid, Jfending to ask her to bring his hands. "This', that you cannot upper stories. She had thought.1

..(....rOH 100 WORDS up fornc' apples. She turned to heiveertling shoot me. Am the damnable Braine free. And as she flew alf the I FARM TALKSBY "

re 'Tbe Million Dollar Xyster presently to break off and wretches I What have they done to steps all the past returned her Ee.k.J \

fn.j stOry will run tor tw.nt-on. correeutlve strike the bell again. Where was that you, my child tojnake you suspicious warnings to that stubborn man. This

Stars weeks In this paper.Tan-By maid? She waited perhaps five minutes of everyone ? _-flow I have watchedover was the end Russia! The
\ an arrangement with the .
LailkAccor a.u..rWUm company It baa been then laid down the book and you m secret! I will tell you horrors of the cold and the deadly B. E. EVANS I
ade possible not only to read began to investigate. what only Jones and the reporter damps of the mines forever! tell you all about the varied :
LAme I b. story In this paper but also to There waa not a servant to be foundin know that the aviator died that I Jim still holding the battered con line of Gift
It each week at the Orayeton I Goods
In Oaalno.see For the solution of this the entire house! What in the alone was rescued that I gave Norton 'I spirator, watched her flight in amaze COUNTY FARM DEMONSTRATION wecarry,
nles4oekt 'nyatery, .\01''' (10.000 will be world could that mean ? Used as she the five thousand, that I watched ment. He could not understandtillhe Send for oar booklet "Helpful
Blven.CONDITIONS. was to heartrending suspense, she the windows of the Russian woman pushed Brain into the library and WORKING UNDER Hints for Christmas Shopper"

IIThc&Ut ., OOVWRNINO THE) was none the less terrified. Somethinghad and overheard nearly every plot that the vanishing odor assailed his nos SUPERVISION OF UNITED _
OONTB8T. taken the servants from the was hatched in the council chamberof trils. What these fumes were he was STATES DEPARTMENT OF TAMPA PHOTO &: ART

)* ,by'The tfcra price man of woman 110.000 or will child be who won house. From whence Was\ the dangerto the Black Hundred; that I was shot never to know but they proved to be AGRICULTURE. SUPPLY COMPANY

thorItI write the moat acceptable solution come this time. Where wa Jones? in the arm while crossing the lawn transitory. Five minutes sufficed to
of the mystery, from which Why did he not return a )j he had one night. And now we have the bring all back to their senses. For hog Cholera. 314 Twig-gs St.. Tampa.. Fla.'
tbe last two will of made motion and ploturo'drama the- promised' It was long past the hour scoundrels just where we want them. the while they forgot Olga. As this disease is quite prevalent in

last .two, chaptera of the story when he said he would be back. t They will be in this house for me "This man is mine," said Servan, the county at the present time and as
SOLD written T>y Harold MaoOrath..Solution She went into the library and picked within half an hour, and not one of nodding toward Braine. it ill likely to become more serious

mar be ant to tb.bou..p UD the telenhone. She wan told them will leave it in freedom. I am "He's yours without charge," said within the next few weeks it seemsto

'?*t- Cnleaaro Film or corporation New, York either any that Mr. Norton; was out onan assignment your father Florence. I am the lone- Jim, be a good time to explain the nature -
of the disease. LEWIS O'BfcYANATTORNEY
LAICKansas ..... .p "to midnight, Jan. 14 but that he would be notified ly father who has spent the best "I am an American citizen" said
., mutt bear poetofTIca mark the moment he returned. She openeda years of his life away from you lfl Braine, who, realizing what the future History. I _'
t not allow later four than weak that* after date the. This flrct; drawer in the desk. She touched the order to secure your safety. Can't held readily preferred a long prison Hop cholera is supposed to have AT LAWSPECIALIZING.

*.p.*ra.nea of the lat film re- automatic but did not take it. up. She you feel the truth of all this *" term in America to the horrors of been introduced into the United States I
Cv-Chaml }_ and three) week after the left the drawer open however. "No no"! Please do not approach Russian exile. 'through the importation of hogs from .,..
t leged lauit chapter la publUhed In this the office' "Your certificate has been destroyed Europe where it is known as "swine IN
act ,Mp.r, .In which to submit eolu- Earlier. at newspaper any nearer; stay where you are! I I
,conpn7.the .U0SL that night, Jim went into the managing At that moment the telephone rang: ," said Servan, "and the state department fever. 'ABSTRACT {.
maiUFlorida A board of three Judges will editor's office and laid a bulky With the revolver still levelled she considers your papers void The first recorded outbreak of hog *
t determine which of tbs many eolutlon manuscript on that gentleman's desk. picked up the receiver. because you obtained them under false I cholera in the United States occurredin I AND -*
.. reoalvcd.tb* mot accept- undesirable citizen Ohio In the year 1833. Front-Ohio
the fedetiI "Is this it? oaths. You
sbI.. Judrrnent of this board "Hello hello! Who is if I
*: The BO'I' ,will be absolute and final. .Noth- "It is," said Jim. 0, Jib, Jim, come at once'! I am ; and the republic is happy to it spread along the principal lines of TITLE WORK
purchased I' Inv of a literary nature will 1 beeonlderd "You have captured them" learn that you will be taken off its traffic until at present the estimatedloss
holding at bay a man who he u
In the declelon. nor says -- -----
I in the United States from this
about them
i U.In "No but there is a net hands
swamp ;
election father
arlTen any: preference In the my Hold him where he is,
19JOrt I of be winner of the flO.O,0prlae. from which not one shall escape you say' All right, I will. Comequit'k "And because," added Norton "you disease alone is over 15000000. 4.--
,'ari acretl Tb lat two reel. which There's the story of my adventures '" have laid too many mines in the blackmailing I The earliest record of the disease

'. made wicompany] will give the mot acceptable, will be *oIntlon of the adventures of Miss Hargreaveand business and the governmentdoes I occurring in Florida is in the .year FOR RENT OR SALE.
to the rayotery pre-
.. ont4 In the theater havlnr. thIs the butler' Jones. You'll find It "Jim1" murmured the man, still ad- not'propose to have them made I 1840, and the annual loss to the state

*age .of/' ,f**tare a. soon a* It I I. practlcAl to exciting reading You might just as vancmg; lie must have that revolver known to' the public through a long: has been estimated at $500,000. Five-room plastered house fur- \

on the L .prodno _to m.these. The motion story ploturi.p enrrrpendlnt .- well send It up to the composing room The poor child might spoil the whole and useless trial. It was a long run. Sy mpoms. nished or unfurnished; on good

1$65' an idilproflt will appxar; In the nawpapr coineldentallY. At midnight I'll telephone the introduction I affair. "So what Jones tells me is old top; but right is right And by There are two forms of the disease street good neighborhood; easy '

Mf or .* soon after the appearance It's a scoop. Don't worry true: that you are going: to marry the way I want you to meet Mr. Jed- (1) acute in which the animal dies in terms. Ask Mrs. Summer ,'
000 acn of the picture. a* practical. will- about that. i this reporter chap" son formerly of Scotland Yard. | two to four days; and ((2)) chronic
With the l..t two reel -- --
J the land be shown the picture *f the winner. The editor riffled the pages She did not answer lie indicated Jones, who started I I which form attacks the older animalsand
'atIonsOgo hi. or her home and other In- A hundred and twelve pages :300 "With or without my consent "Y t's," went on the reporter, "I recognized lasts for three or four weeks.
I tercetlnafeatur**. It I I. understood If only he would drop that fearless "
last far wordaito the page; man, its a novel. him long ago. In the acute form the temperature Stranger
TheBTrnagej t .. practical.that the In newspaper printing the last "It'll read like one" smile! she thought "With" or wIth- "It. is true," said Harjfreave' taking I may reach 106 or 107 degrees There

am two chapter of ta. tory by Harold "Sit down for a moment and let me out anybody's consent, she said Jones' hand in/>-his own. "Fifteeryears id a complete loss of appetite, constipation I
J MoOrath. will also how a picture skim through' the first htorv" "What in the world can I say to ago: I employed him to watch followed by a bloody diarrhoea I YOU
of the uoceaeful contestant '" I are for
Miami. to tb must At the end of ten minutes th" editor you to onvinc. you he cried "The my affairs and very well has he doneso The eyes are inflamed, there ; a
"o'r be tI.r;. than.1 0':1. lone laid down the
I Here kept In are mind**m.In queatlon connection to*Ith be drawer and took out two envelopesThe come and find us like this, good heaven upon the haggard Brain. "listentJvre : cases the eyelids are glued together I FARM

\ the mystery a* an aid to a solution blue on- ho tore up and droppedinto child'" we are both lost' ('ome. i is a million, and you have been I There will be red or purplish blotches ,

: I the waste basket :Norton understood come'! within. a foot of .it a dozen times i It on the skin around the abdomen '
POI .N.. 1-Wbat ........ of ... I and smiled They had meantto "Stay where you are!" has In-ill. under your very nose I 110:'oars and inside of the legs. .. either large or small? If so,

}' ilIi.aaref N*. _What h.eave .f Ifc.
'1'of..*.*Bat other envelope was a fat one at the door. Her gaze ro\ed! ; and it i..r''' JI,,' Underour very nose, I the I symptoms are quite similar to

..... _WII.ia* dor. inorra "Open it," said the editor, smiling; a was enough for the man He reachedout within tour'h of vour hand '!\ those described above with the following Ask
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little himself I and! caught her aim She tried) him ', M The I police additional The nick
3 M.. *-Wba _... .f th* Rasa to aw > r. er-an. symptoms. : Mrs.
.. _.t_, This envelope contained a check for to tear I htrrtelf! loose will I I". satisfied t with the prisoners swine frequently cough! especiallywhen Summers -

c.brllrW: ec .- either dlrxct- $2,500, two round trip first <'186tick..ts "My thild.Vm Cod's n ime. I h u'lU, tiny hasp suddenly aroused They ueually

>} ctded i irepr Mystery with wll be"Th considered MillionDollar to Liverpool, together with innumerable I reason'! They are entering" the hall So, piesintlv. I!Iargrta\. Jones, stagger or walk with an uncertain : COS Penfield St., one block
1itoA and!
... a cont..taDL8TIIO..S continental tickets such as thej will have us both I lorence. and Jim were alone That gait the hind legs particularly appearing .; west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde,
are issued, to tourists Suddenly Florence knew Sh,> could smile which had revealed to Florence to be very weak. It is extremely the 2nd avenue west of courthouse -
alone '" asked Jim not have told you why; but there was fathers stole hrs face for
"Why two. innocently her identity over rare an animal to recover leading south).
-j ,* '.joad ..P- PRBVIOTJS) CIIAITKHB "Forget it, rrTys.boy, forget it. You an appeal in the mnn's voioe; that went again He put his hand on Jim's entirely and to become of value to the .:

.constionN *.i..*1... .,. Ifafrfrreave.- -"Ullloaalrc after ought; to know thVt... in this office we to her heart shoulder I and I heckoned to Florence owner.
a aalraeml.... rwape" from the Arm ol don't employ blind men The whole "You are my' father! "Aie you really anxiou to marry Cause.
z1 tb. wmm.of bHIIIaail t....... ........ .. staff is on" There you are, a fatcheek "Yes yes'! But you've found it out this young" man '" The germ or bacillus which causes
... Illark H....**. n-rrm tao life .f a just a tnfle too late, dear Quick, j .1
and three months' vacation. Gd my II n rca('"' nodded'Well hog cholera has long been the subjectof
,. ...
: a*> for *!**< yrara. Hargr.av. this side of the desk1"'
._...t.l1,. ._$. Tatar.. leader ef thrT and get married; and i if you return then, dl) so. And ,go to controversy and study but it is now'
:; & 4ilst .iaCk H..d..... Ka.wi.g Dr.'.. will before the three months are up I'll Braine and his men dashed into the Europe with him. on your honeymoon; I generally acknowledged that the cause S. II. BULLOCK

and 4a a?** 111_ .. ......... fro. all fire you myself on general' princi-I library. Olga entered leisurely. mid as a w..ddlnlpres..nt to you both, of this disease is an invisible microorganism I
.._ "
alI.o. Before
*w a rarap.laar '' "Both of them! veiled Braine
h.. write* a letter to tbe vlrla''' pies cxUltifljly. for eve,%' dollar that he has I will add I which exists in the blood
( .k..1 wk.rS .....t... years b'Ioro bey.ter.aly Jim laughed happily and the two I "Both of them together; a hundred ; and when you get tired of intestines and urine of infected hogs
'Ttho left .. tbe daoratep hl. shook hands Then Jim went what lockf"There will both back hereto !
men traeKou come The is so small and of such REAL
_. ...... ESTATE
Flcreae That
baby Gray.
was a sharp, fierce I
forth to complete the big assignment struggle live The Black Hundred has ceased structure that it cannot be with
_, . seen
: Rarajraave alee .1' "' I.000OtMiIr. ] and when it ...a.*ammammmmma.a...
; fo end Hnr "
-p ._ the beak bat It ,. repartee! that Five minutes later I Florence called him came an I to exist the strongest"microscope available. It I
land ....., trapped lat. the aea whea '\'p to learn that he had gone. greave was trussed to a chair "And now," said Jones shaking his has never been isolated because we }\ INSURANCEExamination
.tep : .. .. .ea ,a _as noselored. What should she do? Jones had "Ah, so we meet afC'ain. HarRrreave''" shoulders, ,
hove no niters which will separate it
job1 arrlvea froai lb. srlrla'baal.
.. t.. Olara ra'..'. romt.aaalea. told her to stay in the house and not said BraineHargreave. "W ell "" said Hargreave from the mood. \],he germ of hog
Mails bee.Cad elalau her .. a to leave it. But where was he Why shrugged: What he "My business is done. Still-- I cholera is therefore*classed with the of Titles
_..U..... '. T". B'..... llaadred tbea ... did he not come? What was the wanted was time. .Jones, paused "invisible micro-organisms into a
a aaaaaa: at amaklaar Vlareaee a target "A million! We have Whereis ,
LOflrj a. tRIp .h....... They are after the1.oooouo. meaning of this desertion by the ser- you. "Go on, said Hargreave: soberly. which group the organism causing_the
sad. Ilralae, their leaser, aeti. vants? Sbe wandered about aimless it, or "I'll" twist your heart beforeyour "Well the truth is, sir, I've grown: I foot and mouth disease is also classed. Specialty.
rape far Vlaiwaea. Tba Hlaelc ......... ly looking out of windows, imagin- eyes. used to And if you'll let me
you. (Another article on Hog Cholera will
... .. "
I.T a f .tt.U fall dae te
forms In the shadows. Her ImagInation "Father forgive me! the butler till the end I shall be I -
-' wl.<.. .f Jeaea, the Itarsrreave ing *'I play appear next week.) ;eorresoondence Solicited
j tier.. Bad Nartoa. a aewapaaer .... had not deceived her; she had understand my child. most happy." I .
'1; v.._...d ....* the .......... .f heard doors close aeftly. "Where is it?" Braine seized l< "I was going: to suggest it." I
th..e.v.r7 at tb bx fra> the aea ward him. 'I
lay a Bailer-aad at Ha awbeeqaeal retara but Susan was in the hospital. and drew her away.
| t* tb* __t.. ef t.. sea sad be Oliver! Twist! What had possessed! "Don't" tell him father: don't "Where are you taking me'" she ,
Jalekly: :.A.aaataaaaleatea tbe fact te her to start reading that old tale me said the !girl bravely asked '
duplicate b.z la plaated sad Braine smiling his old evil smile I
again She should have read something "I'm foinlto take this pretty handof
i {later _.... by th. ._.. b- before FQRDJUST
llta _t.... are e...'... tbe be'" of alight and joyous character drew the girl clone It was the last yours and put it flat upon $1,000
I aayatarlaaialy dlaapaeara.Pladlay After half an hour's wandering about time he ever touched her. 000) And if you don't believe it.
hlamaelf ebet-katated at every "Look! screamed Olga "
_t. S. tara, _raJ.. ......... t* ...... tbe the lonely house she returned to the follow me
Hara-raaiv beaaebeld ,. the law. la or- library) feeling that she would be Everyone turned to see Jones face She followed.
p ... .t* ...'. free aeeaaa to t.. h..... safer where both telephone and revolver peering between the curtains. There
tJ The --l.: : discovery ef tb* plot b* were. was an ironic smile on the batter's! .+ +++++ ++++++ + +++o>- + :-I
J5.rt. tb* p.llce at the heels altha lips. The face vanished."After > 'i'
? pack. sad. ....It. ,. a raid .. t... And while she sat waiting for she '" .> Thin III the I..t chapter of "'I.k.- ffMllllo.
a-aae-*. _........ which bvwever. knew not. what. her swiftly beating him! cried Braine, releasing .
thai wIll
> Dollar Mfmtrrj" < -
w'w pr.e.. .. ha ...... .1 reaalta.Tb heart sending the blood into her Florence.
Blaek '" > npprar until after lhr VIIMMMl >
Ilaadn-d begin t fear "After him! mimicked
throat so that it almost suffocated her. a voice ... ....... .
W*rta sod alaa ta dlapoa* af blam.Aarala from prize awardrd. when a 4
su th. .aaaetlre batter ........ klibaad a man turned into the street and the hall. I ... wrHtea tfr 4
by reveal aa- N..... sad ..,......* walked resolutely toward the Har The (curtains were thrown back sud- 'J> rn, ladlaacaaptrrn" >
; Mr. Marl.rata from tar brut aolutlo. A
Hrataa.. -v He passed a man lean- denly. Jones appeared. and Jim and ... JUST ARRIVED
greave place. ... .
B..'_ ... Caaaiateaa Ole-a piss a the Russian > off. will b* pnbll.ard. 4
..torlaaratteeapt t. _.... P-lareapc ing against a lamp post but he never agent and a dozen po 8 4
A.4ta' .... Nartaaj at a amaaked ball ........ by turned to look at him. licemen. Tableau! .

PrI aaaa farlova.. They, .defeat their This man, however, threw away his Braine was the only man ;who" kept -+ OOOOOOHK Two carloads of new Ford. A Dumber of thou are already sold.
mt plea by reraaxlety.Aa. his head. He floored Norton :
th'c still tha _I.... ....... bask cigar and hot-footed it to the nearest smashed -- --- 1
cr L*. taa reaaao traa allly la their Mdlas! pay station. He knew in his soul a window and leaped out. The Give us your order now, as this sbipnet will sot last I..,.
,. jlaeelBy that he had just seen the man for blow dazed Norton, but he was on his
Ir .__ rl..*_ dleeevere a eav fete almost and followed "uard Your Children
0ia 4t .ea.< by the mark a......... Beta* whom they had been hunting all these I Braine instantly the window. $ We are prepared to deliver yon your car oa ..........
: .......... by _..... ef th* ...... she weary but strenuous weeks-Stanley through Across-- Against Bowel Trouble
am ) SIZa seaeeal* norlf ... t..... learaa ef a Hargreave in the flesh Half an hour the lawn the two sped! with an exchange -

lap saytr*...*' ..... which I* .f vitallaapitaa after his telephone message the chief of shots which emptied both Many children at an early age I
.* t. her father safety, a... of the Black Hundred and many lesser -> automatics, but did no damage Braine become constipated, and frequently 1

1m .t. brat. rtak. to heraelf ...... lb.p. lights .were on their way to the headed for his auto. lie jumped in, serious consequences result Not I LUPFER & PRATHERBROADWAY.

mr ffoo .' FB- .. _*.. a aarateriev. papervrhleh house of mystery. Had they but only to be hauled out again: by the being able to realize his own condition -
I*' .f vital lamportaae t. her known! furious reporter. A hand to hand a child's bowels should be
a 4. t..... _f..... ....1.* 1***. hope ..fnag : fight followed; and the clean life of constantly watched, and a gentle
I." the '..oeo.MO ... t.... 4. r.- Now the man who "had Created this the reporter told. .
,to _. .'.. tremendous agitation went serenelyon. laxative given when necessary.
9 ,' Heeirl' ....... I* ..".. daeaaaeataryf. He proceeded leisurely and fearlessly "There my angelic friend. I be- Dr. Miles', Laxative Tablets are
s< a.a..aarataat th. Blaek H....... lieve that theme is- up. There is .especially well adapted to women
Tbey try to a-et It f real bl. by a eleveraajaa. to the front door, produced a one shot left in this automatic. If and The Sisters of
diid .
bat ..._ latch and entered. He passed
acala beata theat te Il.C key -
you make attempt to I'll Chirles St. I r
any escape Christian Charity 531 ,
'I"I i -** through the hall and reception room
let have it not to kill but to .ooo .
Pa. attend
Unr you ; Luzerne who many
pyrglit'14by Harold MacGrath and the
( ) to the library paused on '
disable. You and I
bodl . Florence your precious coun- cases of sickness say of them
threshold dramatically.
N tess will sail tomorrow for
: ,CHAPTER XXII. morning
with of "Bora time began uair.g Dr.
stepped back a sharp cry ago we
the Baltic and from there will'
hall you Ullra- LaXAtive rabl n alarm. She had heard the door
A Nlrht of Adventure. go to the lead mines." lie dragged
like them much. Ihi-lr actionI.
.Ii The federal to open and close and had taken it for his toward the house. we very Farm and Grove LakeTohopeka1igt
.1 government agreed prisoner excellent and we are gi' .ti"iiii torhaving oft
of.hor. 07 nothing-to put no obstacles in the granted that Jones had returned.There "Your troubles are over, my child," boen made acquainted with .
ka7 of the 'Russian arent, provided wall a tableau of short dur.1 I said Hargreave, as he pressed Florence them. We have had CVCM! result inevery

'I could abduct the trio without asoiaIy tion."Don't to his heart. case and the Platers are very
lnh know asked the I I much pi......."
you ma? "
xlMhinff with the New York "And mine have begun, murmuredthe I N
- in singularly pleasant I About three and one-half miles from jtittimmee, with
kon co authorities. It was a recognicfact stranger a countess. "But I still have one The form and flavor of any medicine -
Lnd1omom / that. the local police, force voice. hot." is very important. no matter I 1.320 feet lake front and extending Jo $>unry road.

ted 'the' newspaper glory which Florence had been imposed upon The police stood encircling her. i who is to take it. The taste and I We have forty-two acres of excellent I iJtdreojisiderable .

oint ild< attend the crushing of the too many times. She shook her head Calmly she opened her handbag and appearance are especially important of which hammock land
i aek 1 Hundred. It would be an ex- defiantly though her knees shook so took out her handkerchief. It was a when children arc concerned All is ; seven acrej' oQbearing orange 4'

kloit. ' But their glory was nil; norTid that she was certain that the least thick and heavy silk one. Swiftlyshe I parents know how hard it is to give I grove; six room house. surrounded by largl live oak trees,

c Sarvan take his trio back with touch would send her over. unscrewed the top of her walking the average child "medicine," even also palms, magnolia and various other tiles. Fine flow

1m to Russia. "I .m your father child!" stick (it will be seen now that the though the taste is partially: disguised well best and
ing ; of trucking land beautiful view
-. 'Many strange tMrrgfflWbpened that Florence slipped unsteadily behind carrying of it was not an affection!), In using Dr. Miles Laxative -

irlgiit, the-night., of the final adv nlurejr the desk and seized the revolver extracted a vial and threwxit violentlyto I, Tablets, however this difficulty of the lake; one of the choice homes and elight.ful location

which lay in the drawer. The man the floor. An overpowering sweet is overcome. The shape of with best of soil that will grow excefcnt crops with

c '1. Florence 'sat 'in'( her room reading by the curtains smiled sadly It was odor fined the) room. Jones, knowing I the tablets, tkew. appearance and out fertilizer.

be book.:was -Oliver' ;Twist,1*,not the a '.smile that caused,Florence to waver how d..ply'nned Bralne was in'I. candy-like taste at once appeal to Let

: Meaaantest. sort of book to read un- a bit.. 8OI1 she extended her oriental poisons and narcotics madea any child. with the'tesult: that they usshow, you this excellent proper and give you

- ler the .existing circumstances 8ev arrnk desperate but futile effort to tear 1 are taken, without. objection. a chance to own itNelson

: VaL times-.she had reached the place .."You do not believe meT" said the down a curtain to throw over the The, rich chocolate flavor; and

1 ; here JPaeln overheard .Nancy's conision man advancing slowly. liquid, but 'even in the effort he felt, bsenFe of other taste imake Dr.Miles ,I

e -she fancied she heard door : ;;:-? 0.. I haM been deceived too his senses going The last ho was conscious , Laxative Tablet the ideal Realty Coi .- I I

siBar softly. but ,credited it to hera0foatloa. : many time..'.air.- Stay where you of was a mocking laugh. : j remedy for child-ran. II -

.< Poor'Nancy, who want; I are. You will stay here till my but; But the entrance of Jim dragging If the first,.box,aiU *t '().ne it. ,. . Kiulmm.e,1 florida ': : i .

4 te be rood but did not find time ler,returns. O, if I were only. sure I" Brain..after him. shocked all the .ban.I the price il':.returned.. Ask our 'I :
to fcel;r tnorence,'possesseda ;'habit She burst Gut.... .nb and passion" toT out'of the countess..: She turned<< druggist.! .A.:box>> cJ,371os.i-:cosU -y .,. ., '
familiar:to most. of: ''as; the need ofT ately. What proof havo you that., yon and rushed madly. for the stairs, w th-): only. as cent'' Never sold. in.bulk f .' J ,. ..
; a <|y"'when.'are .read*, are wbat.roa.t, ""**"* ':'" aV; out having'the. least Idea'of'how'she I 'fell** I .I '4

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.r TO :MARKETS I FRESH REPORTS OF..PROGRESS Recently the writer Interviewed a -' and go Into,- raising Mbnnch'out ; ... "crops.: ..11flf1rR fltrs Center H IL-To 1,

{ FROM THE ADVANCING STATEOF native citizen of Florida with the purpose I on a bigger scale.. My success has teen cars of green'. '
northern'' markets.. It
been doe I believe to '
' held uppermost in mind to find my.eonaerra* ,-
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itFLORIDA that about
out from somebody who knows, some tire, method I hare never been ,a one-eighth'
i CITRUS ,SHIPMENTS: Okeechobe -Bank of Okeechobeeis in arid .I is moved, ,
general principles' by: which the northern plunger mr fanning manage Jacksonville, FUw There considerable 4j
Cars moved last week --.-.._._.1.183 being organised with $26,000 capital farmer can safely. be guided when to' get alone about as well as discussion the' ,citrus Bowline Green, -Soas*i .
Cars moved week before 872 ; W. L. Brace will be president; G. he comes to Florida to enrage in the average, I guess,"- among ;: ers are enjoying ripe i'Swearingen
Total ears moved to last Sat, -6,223 G. Strohm. first vice-president and farming, says the St. Cloud Tribune.I HU farm looked .. 'If he was getting fruit growers and shippers of Florida and cashier; W. K. Bragg G. G. Strohm. sought a practical Florida farmerof along, all right. It, was well as to the advisability of using the largo acreage of beniM ,
Jacksonville P;;.::As predicted InThe J. R. Anthony: jr., A. P. Anthony andL. forty years' experience in raising fencedaredev. ery. fteld aeemed'to be bushel basket and half bushel basket tables Berries will bo on <

Packer last week the citrus fruit P. McCord, directors. crop.m.n who has "made good in the pcblt-o 6nditlon. The barn with wooden cover and center next week., ? / 1 I
movement this week was more' than Frultland PaklL-D. L. McDonald of ana whose judgment is mature. The and nearby shade were, in good re' sup Sarsaots. i :i Truckers"wWbei.
1,000 can, the total shipments being Fruitland Park, president and generalm.n..r following paragraph contains. his pair and everything; looked like prosperity port for the shipment of citrus fruit. ship tomatoes about December L
1,183-cars.i 'There'were 861 can '''of 'of a company which plans ideas in our conversation: in capital( letters. I thanked While It lsnot generally known in Siesta island. 'There ara sii a
oranges 'and 232. cars of &'r& to build a railroad from Ocala to Eus- "Tell your people," he said "that him for the information he had given past years a considerable quantity of planted anda yield from 110 tb
shipments of oranges to date tis, about forty miles, via Frultland farming in Florida has Its share of me, and told him that I proposed pub- I. fruit has been shipped in this kind crates per aero Is estimated.' VS.Yalshav .
this season, have been 8,357 cars, with Park, Leesburg and Tavares, is reported work, as elsewhere. That's the flrst lishing the interview. Just before I I of package. The movement so far has .
1,866 cars of grapefruit saying that nearly all capital thing. Some northerners have an left he said: i been principally' from the east coast R. F.'Klelser b MUin* i
< The cold snap that swept over Florida is I _subscribed. Survey may begin in idea that you don't have to work hereto "Maybe my remarks will discourage I but the transportation companies now new packing house for dtrwrwMH.Lady' .
November 20 put the citrus fruitin January. make ,a success. There has been people from coming to Florida to 'refuse to accept this kind of citrus Lake*--About '"four i i rd
excellent condition. The fruit is Maytown..-Florida East Coast Ry., too much of this 'JUckle the soil andit farm. I hope not, though, for Florida fruit package for shipment as the Interstate citrus fruit are now moving, .vwp
changing in color rapidly. The cold if 'financial conditions are improved, will laugh with a harvest' advertising needs good settlers, and she has the 'commerce commission has week from this polsA 'The 4iH
weather was needed to put the necessary will build next year between Maytownand spread through the north. But room for them too. I know I'd rather made no provision for rates to applyon has put the color on the fruit. ,V_ ,- .
-sugar in the fruit. and make it New Smyrna, Fla.. about 17 1-2 this is true; there is less backbreaking live here than any place on earth; citrus fruits shipped in baskets. MlamlA.. H. Meacher and : J. ;
excellent eating miles extending the Kissimmee Val- labor on a farm because our and I honestly beileve Florida is the II As far as can be learned the transportation Wood will plant ZfiO.ecres of nnatosH,
f The large fruit distributors report ley division. soils are lighter easier to work,and place for thousands of northern people companies have no objection to this year. "* ' -
Jrders are coming in very freely ..nd"l Fellsmere.-Fellsmere R. R. Cov our land is more level and free from who are struggling along up there handling the baskets if proper rates Bee Ridge.--Tomatoes 'are.
in almost every market where proposes to build with own forces ex- rocks. with little hope of making more than I I are made governing them. from this pointy Last week*
b ., ,, car'has been shipped, repeat or- tension of 3 1-2 miles from its western "Do northerners as a rule make a living." There is no doubt that the bushelI one crates were shipped and tfce :
.. arc lkoming back. Another good terminus to Broadmoor. a success farming in Florida ?" I "Then you recommend the northerners i basket is growing in favorwith the ment wilt bo heavy, from now <01.Sarasota. .
'thing is tnat the fruit is carrying in Leesbur&-Goethe Bros. let con- asked. to rome-to; Florida and liver l I trade for the-lIbljm ent" of peaches"and ..:- The Sarasota __.
good shape and in almost every mar- tract to erect building on Main street, "Yes; after they get started right," you think a hard-working\ levelheaded i I other fruits and many Florida growersand Growirs association shipfAag
ket is showing a very small percentage for store and moving picture theater; he replied. Evidently he noticed my man from the north can make good ,, shippers of oranges are willing to rus fruit' The crop this yesw jpti e
of decay. brick; cost 7000. unbroken inquiry and -eontinued- h nf a,Ic..i 1 | give' it1 a fail tiHafi Many ef the ices to be the'best over grown
No doubt the movement this week Limona.-Limona Improvement association "Some homeseekers come down here "I certainly do," he said, "if hell grower. believe that the basket, section, of the scfe.011 ' '* '
will average 200 cars or more daily let contract to F. E. Burr. with lean purses and 'swelled heads'. work-don't forget that.-Arcadia ticularly that of the half bushel,par will
from the entire state as most every Limona, to erect town hall. They assume to know everythingabout Enterprise. materially help to increase the demand -
packing house is working over time to Dunedin.-Pinellas county board of farming from their northern for citrus fruits as they toms. OtIIIrlu ..e.'w..t"TIMea..ttnel. t
supply the demand for holiday fruit. education, Clearwater, Fla., let con- experience. They try to farm just as TRUCK NOTES. a consumer will buy a half bas arguethat el .... '
So much activity has developed in the tract to school; two stories; cost they did up north. They scorn our basket and it home when he an cvrad br tM w..d.rl.l, a4
carry Porter AnH+p northern markets during the past two $7,500.St advice, adopt their own methods of lona.Truck fields are in good cannot afford to buy a box. Pain awl SUalaat ta q true Ww tit,4116
weeks that growers feel encouragedover Petersburg.-Government will planting and deep cultivation and frequently shape and peppers, eggplants and to- I ,V-
the outlook, as not only has the construct stone jetty at entrance to fail to make a cropexcepta matoes are being moved. The cold
demand been good but prices have fit. Petersburg harbor. crop of exoerience.ftmr did no damage here. '
DeLand.-L. J. Cambron and othersto AL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. \. k
stiffened up be- "The northern farmer in Florida Estero.The Floweree Packing : .
lieved that now with Judicious distribution erect hotel cafe and store building; should be an imitator, before tryingto house opened for business Friday, W. ...l.d ... !!_ very _.->_ *e.v.e leo ... .*.t'.,.
covering a" wide territory cost (without mechanical equipment), I be a creator. Let him know November 27. .Trrhich" .... Oar llM U set wwtte sad. WILL MOT stRUlASSl Tpi '"
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1. mmmurlmtm I. 1e.tlll..rr
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that the heavy shipments for the past 40000. 'Florida has different soils, a different St. James (Lee County.)-Light .........U.I ..a.,.. sae rs.naabe 7w _u..r..u- Ass -0 .e ,
two weeks will not necessarily make Ortega.-Board .of public instruc- climate and different working Conditions \ frosts nipped the tender vegetableshere. .. D* 11 i ...J'.. e'' :
a glut in any market. The improved tion will erect temporary school to than the north. If he'will It is reported that it was the .
condition of Florida citrus fruit since replace structure lately burned. earnestly study Florida conditions And coldest weather for the season of the BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY, ,.-,
C November 20 has almost: doubled the Live Oak.-City contemplates installing I adapt his methods of farming to them I year ever remembered in this section. DBSPT. "Q." OOAUA. ITLORIDA. 1 {r"

demand. pumping equipment, drilling he will. not put the cart before the Center Hill--J. C. Thomas received
Tangerines are moving freely and enlarged well, and building reservoir : horse, as some do. This is just a word returns last week from fourteen cratesof o'M
R as there is a shortage in the crop, Titusville.-High school building to of caution. And while I am speakingof English peas which were sold at
tl prices will no doubt rule high. Mostof be erected at cost of about $65,000; this, let me say further that it $7 per crate, by John Nix & Co., of
the heavy distributors will closedown will be 160x202 feet and have center is not wise for a man to come down New York.
between December 15 and 20 section of three stories, with wings''''here with only his carfare, and expect -I Plant City.--J. R. Fletcher shipped SEErS ,,.4
for a period of ten days or two weeks of two stories each. to return next summer in his ninety-one hampers of beans to northern .
St. Augustine.-New building will for out of his markets last week. Almost the \
as is the usual custom.-The Packer. own steam yacht, paid I 1 ,
be erected for Colonial hotel. Geo. B. first years' farm returns. |, entire crop of beans Was killed by the Our new 1915 Catalogue b jut about ready. auk! .If' }':;,;
Nicholson, manager; brick; 100 guest "Many northern settlers make the late frost. fA
Dealers Say rooms, sixty of which will have baths; mistake of building expensive resi- yon are not already on our Bit, wo wiO appreciate UMopportnaity : r 't':

palm garden, ball room and dining dences on their farms, when they can of siaifiac you a copy tf you are interested. Ia' ( tt:<; ',
room on roof; elevators. not afford to tie up so much capitalin OLD PRESCRIPTION ..
Express Rates Panama City.-The county commissioners that way. They might better put SAN Florida farming or truck frewiaf. Just Mad a Canvoj ll.. .:

of Bay county, Florida, their into more productive address Post Card i& ,
money I on a or any way you .. U.. t
have begun the erection of the new channels for: a few years until they WHICH BRINGS RELIEF :
Are Not Fair $80,000 court house at Panama City.St. lire thoroughly established. I advise SEED'.coMP,B'act
Petersburg.-H. Walter Fuller' caution in this particular."The .
is reported to erect hotel at Central best general advise I can giveis FROM RHEUMATISMMade PLANT CITT FLORIDA' ,
avenue and Fourth street with front .
Richmond, Va.-Receivers of Florida this: Tell your readers that Floridais "

fruit and vegetables on this market 11 age of 130 feet. a good place to live, winter, springand 6'.00. 0. .. .>... ........ M . ... .......
Rochford & Lord
Crystal Springs.- from which has .
are complaining about the present summer ahd fall. Tell them if a prescription
express rates as many hates are so I are considering manufacture of bee- they will work if they will use judg- b en extensively used with success by
high that they are practically prohibr. hives in addition to cypress shingles. ment in getting acquainted with our prominent physicians. Taylor's Best
: itive. The produce dealers claim the Dade City._Dade City Broom fac- conditions, if they will first raise Blood Medicine is, we firmly believe ii'
rates are considerably higher than last tory organized; B. E. Hinkle, presi- home necessities, before trying to the best for all the many forms of>< CHRISTMAS AND NEW::TEAR HOLIDAT..
I year. The advance is noticeable on dent; M. H. Levelle, general managerand feed New York City; if they rheumatism. It is designed\ to get ,.
heavier packages, although on lighter treasurer, both of Birmingham, diversified crops instead of staking right at the cause of rheumatism.
articles it is said the rates are somewhat Ala., will establish broom factory. all their money on one crop; if, in Taylor's Best Blood Medicine has been Cheap Excursion :,Far
they will uniformly successful in the many cases
below those in effect when the STRAWBERRIES SET BACK. addition to raising crops
readjustment was made several raise chickens keep a cow for milk in which we have recommended it. '.6'VJ ,
months ago. However, careful estimates Plant City Fla.-Fall vegetable and a few hogs for meat, they can While we do not believe that any 6.
show that the difference is all shipments are,about over in this sec make success here easier than anywhere remedy ever devised can relieve every
in favor of the express compats -as tion. That part of the bean crop not I know about in this world. In case of rheumatism, yet we feel such '
they more than make up on the heavier shipped up to the late cold weatherwas a nutshell my advice is, provide food I confidence in Taylor's Best Blood Atlantic 'Coast
shipments all they lose on the killed by the recent frost. The for home table first, then sell the excess Medicine that we offer you with "
lighter packages) shipments last week numbered about products to somebody else. That's our positive guarantee of relief or I. ,

It is 'also a fact that in drawing 560 packages> consisting almost en- the safe rule for beginners in Florida, money back. We believe it will help Tie Railroad ef Iks s.....
will help relieve from pain-help '
comparisons between the old and new tirely of Irish potatoes! and peas. and those who follow it not' go you- the you the "
rates that Important city There is no doubt that the straw- far wrong. restore muscles to flexibility Tickets will be sale the Atlantic Line
every by Coast
the inflammation and the on
allay ,
"In time will be familiar -help
a year's they -
has received
berry set back
in the south is mentioned except Richmond : crop a
in the and soothe and of the Ohio and Potomac and of the
and these comparisons have through the cold wave which swept enough with our climate, the stiffness joints Eajt Missisiyi) (
been published by the newspapers in 1 over the .state, November 20. Considerable farm soil and others matters, to comfort you. We promise \you that i if Washington Cincinnati. Evansville and Cairo; font':
it does not do this all have to do
Florida, with interviews with the ex- bloom was killed but plants to get your money back you is to tell us 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25 and 31. and Jan
press officials as an example of how are not injured to any great extent, I THICK. GLOSSY HAIR returning January 6 and
about it. We shall not even ask you ; to many point in the {Vbrth
of the I most of them being in good condition.
carriers taking
Your word will be
to sign anything. west on December 19 to 24. inclusive and 29 3..
growers and shippers. Atlanta, Baltimore -I The only real damage was the delay to .
Memphis, New Orleans and in the first shipments as the frost set I Girls Try It! Hair gets soft, fluffy sufficient for when us. Taylor's Best Blood limit of January 18. Also to Key West and Havana' ;
i other points all appear to be on "the the crop back about a week or ten )I and beautiful--Get a 25 cent Medicine is offered to you in this way 20. 24 | &27. with limit of January 3. II5.ForiPf&lrer : .
main line" and are all held up as conspicuously I days. It is expected: that the first bottle of Danderine. / '.
by a druggist right in your community | particular, schedules, apply)
as possible to show a general shipments will be made a few days : reservations eta.: 'Ie
reduction in rates. The Richmond before the Christmas holidays. If you care for heavy hair that glistens whom you know oAer-an 00 cannot hesitate Ticket AdiKOVtlantic Coast. Line or address Y" "
this offer that
t to accept
with beauty and is radiant with
It not on receivers the map at think all. that It is they very evict are- NEW PACKING HOUSE READY. life; has an incomparable softness and involves no money or risk whatever Best Blood: on J. G. Kirk'' .:L c. White. '_' ; i ? rw

L dent, they say, that when it comes top New Smyrna, Fla.-The new packing is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. I your Medicine part,will because either Taylor's give you satisfaction Division Sltenger Agen ueneral) Passenger''Agent.,R I'

a is question only a "flag of express station.rates" So Richmond far no Park house'of Citrus Growers'Smyrna association and Hawks, affiliated -I'. beauty<< Just of cne your application hair besides doubles it immediately the-I up in or full it will pint cost bottles., you Price nothing.Put $1.. Tampa. FTa. .'; A Ut \V n.;'1.s.t: ;;

r official has had the hardihood with the Florida Citrus exchange dissolves every particle of
express Six
to use Richmond as a beacon light in will start shipping fruit next dandruff. You can not have nice
J b .showing up the new express tariffs. week. The building is 18x108 feet I heavy healthy hair if you have I
a and is constructed so that the entire 'dandruff. This destructive scurf robs L
a J. M. Truby, of Starke, Fla., a shipper the hair of its lustre its and
floor space 1s clear of supports. The strength
(I p and well posted on the express citrus fruit passes through the receiv- 'its very life, and if not overcome it '
Southern Express company's -
c rate, says the in iced ing room, bin, sizers, washers and produces a feverishness and itching of I 1 ,
w rate on' strawberries Richmond I driers and is not touched by human the scalp; the hair ro t. famish ''aT r a II
ci refrigerators from Starke to hands until it reaches the packers. It looseq and die; then the hair falls out .S ot.
th in 1913 and previous years was I will Do Your Xmas iR
is understood that'the house open fast. Surely get a 26-cent bottle of opping ;
et Sixty-four quart refrigerators -
ho as follows, estimated: weight 130 pounds I I holidays.with a full force of men after the Knowlton's and Just Danderine try It.) Crew attjr drugstore

an $2.27 1-2; eighty quart refrigerators
estimated weight, 160 pounds, $2.80. -- _-__ '
For the past season 1914 the same n
service cost: Sixty-four quart refrigerators -
estinOM weight 130 pounds,
$2.13; eighty TfUart'\' refrigerators, estimated We Pay Your Fare ,' '"

weight 160 pounds, $2.63. .
The coming season, 1916 the new I c \i:
rate will be as follows: Sixty-four I r t4 '

quart 226 pounds refrigerators, estimated$4:23;, eighty estimated weight quart weight'260 re- .......... :. ; -- Giving You the Advantage of Much 'u'rg r Assortment J:,

pounds frlgertors, $4.70. Tile Fruit and Best Qualities at Lowest Pri Ces ", .;
This is $2.10 more-for a sixty-four Maiigif is a Delicious Tropical .. :' .r,

refrigerator, and $1.82 more for .. ._ . ... ... .. .. < ,,'Ir.'o' ,.I.: < .
of berries . ftkMe 1* eI l. *osft popular tropic Tbm all Mrta sal --.u. ---face J r.i . .
a eighty-quart refrigerator .noJto-.i. I.......sad appetsftioc.. It ..y be bet. I..ha beat ft.4 BMMt pop.Ur ftrv 11.4.6.... ....J.. ''f.')''' .
in Starke to Richmond than was .Jieed lik. ,los ......,... a.-, Ii.d.aC..bedia.s. R..FJI'. G.......,"I' i i h \ '
last. tk. ..Ip wmf bB e ofMsi. VU b.i_ IV.H Briii..T.tWavi* Pak... B....tttk u.. .s.d- .
, rged in February Richmond ..titcr.I..VSBI( tlM .ki. SM OB .ife.n i.endk.... "'Fal Pal-t NvrwrrM eat.tog fr 1016" We; PayIVIEIVI If oUr. Faare: .it\ :
Fram Plant City, Fla., to leg.......n N.tiss sre.1. s..d to pee- saw r..dy fM ..trilo.u.. d..ib. a. a_ ; .
I the rate in February 1914, was ....... -.i'lTit". c\tsMy:: sad. irfrklna. tkma tw."*4o.r iLaI_'"% t'Mfr 1 't" .,' ,I

las follows, estimated'weight: Sixty-four quart 130 pounds refrigerators A Catomer Says Reuner &sti&crs' flub ad Puking Daens Faa Prize J ",," . "\)'j )< "" "

h $3.38; eighty quart refrigerators, estimated Par ....... tfclrfrtUuran l y.ets A evIts.t"Ter'pew A p.itlr.4r1': 1.__ss, Lr '''''.
weight 160 pounds, $4.11. The Bfwtkm k...iIi... t 5 .......-- ., a.7"Pal. Nss..W Ie E3 R'S f" ',
coming season, 1916, b.t dent ,. ....II.II..p.icai ... p50S5 I y.5" tk. fhrrira. D.p.Ash.t. !. f'" the
same service ...._ _.... tWrt, odd .. seer. '
a.r.l usv e.- '' .
will cost as follows: Sixty-four quart ....... -.. ,; .--picaJ ........ A..tbIg.,1.New''_ Beth.eeZ.d.p.---' I' W. li ECKWITHJEWEUY: CO. TDRNE1tMIISIiL' ,CtL
I refrigerators, .... ,..____ ix, '- sad. .J ,.. .*.. Man_10"' so.. I. 5b.'e" '-1"-- '. DAVIS Sft Eleo.t .
reefrlge228 HAB
: eighty ..11 esr4 .r5._ tie .. u... 'Net.iBo u..I_ .r.'TW" _.sta. 8'
POUnd. $4.67; quart UW....... m'pJml.Ioa .. Cbd.t..AerAi.. wbwa..S, .'!'.. t5.i ie. t; DAWSOlt .natd NTON. e TAMPA::FURNiR1f ,
I tore estimated weight 250 pounds, ,{ ..... MO albs. keauJI. cia. t...... 1 -co... '
: :tU GJlC wt <*...ter.w1. iis..O..II.C- _t. Tb..meat and.d.C FALLS DEPARTMENT STORE. OWElf.COTtU'JEWltRT'CC' ',
. .... ... s1. ... '
u. at .Nls.x..t.eeebapt.
I5This Is $1.19 more for a sixty-four, -.,.dit.lM..ditiseI. /..5k .1 tbeb' f ( a. .....l tj.ek.Soli.. .,, Lwr.ti.g s.d wtheatie 1 r GLENN SHOE COMPANY. MAAS BROTHERS WOLF :.BRC ''IB5. ' ; "\ 11
.forti' I.d..L . ,... .....
refrigerator and $1.62 more- .' I II . -'- .a 9aI. ;
[quart eirtty-flwartirrfrlgeWtor. .rklaa.-i-.4sd I -mit.; ts .....i M,..!OTnryinrzzy&csrSiuZ r... .1 .,.. ''U _, ,-;\,, .
an' f ......_ .ll1mfl. : ;. J } '
produce'lerstand'tMKlchTOOtid'chamber (
i It W I undeTsteofTtKjthe of _---_ .. M e'c han ta Trazuportationr Ci a'tionr.TAMPA" F Al'I..
; will Inquire into the R! BROS 216 $ lyap.Oaeco. oridlt.r ...++. ..._ 'II . \ :Jr'J .- '
"" amerce IJ-- .I .:
"" ntdrat * iiaa..y/eie>a to. ;

a reduction. . ,-.Tho Packer",,, .. .' J '. .. . ,
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'y! 5 1 . .r n 5v \ ' Ii"\ i"' E EhR ,1,, IlI4'
y I r I ki TT'I' FRIDAY'DECr '
> "
<,, :! ;' :'i.I" (: ., _" .THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY' '
and Mrs. Spreng_and IIrIr;J
' : .j ,4000:. .: .: o ,40.:P004P00c44 a Cross'; .nd Mrs. Reed
I. ? & .I Mr.. '
: < HELP
{ Commissioners HOW TO YOUR refreshment -
pfrfc ( honor
LIGHT KEEPERS 0 UNION CENTER. 0e wena- the guest ,:. ,i>
... a
: Reduced udTVroTrl. working at. : .
-r-Jl Explain pTrain Service CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ...o.o.oO'Ot'. 'OtOOoo'o Mr
;,T i-X '- c '
> Narcoesee.

4't ., .1M: r number.of'letters' liave' ]been re :ARE I NAMED n i Frostproof Mr.. Aaron last Story Friday.returned from Brother two Chapman,plendid, and of very Ta,, p--,y
4' I "TRAMP'PROBLEMWORRIES Johnstown Fla.,. Dec 3 1914. preached -
front along the line of differ- are fur. "
'-- and we
'"t: ..,. I . ways"IriPdtfda"tomplatnIng'Commissioners ; Dear Christian Endeavor 'Friend.Time *:' DIr. and Mrs. Funk gpentTTHursday! ful sermons Sunday result of his -,r
with their will be the
of reduced I. passing very swiftly and ., Kissimmee visiting much good efforts: AU.

( r', trai .; .serrice, and we have ORLANDO Washington, D, O -William L. M. ._e have only a abort time to work friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ober and daughter -' earnest and'consecrated of the day were well at-: ,l
also, >:a number of criticisms Denere has been probatlonally appointed before the end of the year. From Miss Mable of Creston, Ohio the services ,
keeper of Pine island lights " A'n Sf i-y I. at tmcfed.- -'- -4
with reference to ." on..mrtU.J1LdD ith'MI ,
e news .
.' Orlando, tramp are we going yiui lila.; ""*' we do our beat work and we must do After a few days' Visit I '

We therefore deem it advisa- to do with T" was a question I' William H. Case has'' been appointed better this year than ever before. We Story and family at Narcoossee. i iI ORANGE GROVE SOLI FOR $17,80 '

if ' Fto make a statement of existing put to the city 'council at the I' laborer in charge of Mantanzas cannot afford to lose a day. I Blanche Lawson Ruth Harvey and I

Task ditions which have made it necesj Friday afternoon session, and the Pass light Florida. Why is Florida behind many other Evelyn Smith were shopping in Kis- Eustis Fla.-Rev. Jacob C. Fund1 1

Storr for the Commissioners to author- promptness with which came the' reply I William E. Mosher assistant in the states in Christian Endeavor work? 'simmee Saturday.Mr. erburifh has sold his famous "Bay

MoatU fa reduction in the service in cer- showed that already some consider-- refrigeration work of the bureau of Wehave done BO little in the past and Mrs. Wetherbee entertainedthe State" and "Lincoln" orange grove.

flan area ation had been given what is daily becoming plant industry has left for New York that not much is expected of us now. following guests at their pleas- 155 acres, of which twenty- J.
r' to records before thenmissioners a more serious problem. where he' will arrange for refrigeration There is no reason why Florida En- ant home on Monday evening: Mrs.C. of

start According there has been a con- "Put them on the streets," said facilities for pre-cooled fruit deavorers cannot be as great a bless- H. Funk and Dwight Mr. and Mrs. acres balance are in timber1e dtcleareddland.'

ceo i / nt decrease in earning Commissioners Johnson and Robertson shipments from Florida, and then go ing and do as much work, as those of Dillon and daughter, Miss Julia; Dr. I consideration was 17000. The ;

Interto'j myav all of the important passenger railways of; speaking almost in the same to Palmetto and Orlando Fla., to remain any other state. We can be a great and Mrs. H. H. Funk; Mr. and Mrs. The was purchased by Edward H. '
until April 1 to conduct for the Christ's Hilliard and Miss Irene; Mrs. Cahoon; property
4' trida, excepting one-the Florida breath "and soon we will not have the pre- power I. of Philadelphia. {
l.a k sst Coast railway-since the out- tramp question to contend with, and, cooling investigations. and experi Kingdom if we will only go to work Mr. and Mrs. Reed: Mr. and Mrs. Will L. Page --
losses furthermore Mr. Mayor" continued ments. with the determination to win, "trust-
/ reek of the European war. The --- ------ '
+ 4n freight revenue have been evencraater Commissioner Robertson, "I would fine J. F. Fernald merchanical assistantin ing in the Lord Jesus Christ for

acid t than that of passenger reve- any Orlando policeman $10 for pullingone the horticultural investigations has strength." CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! j
F IthoriUei aU the j I The result of these figures istouch of these tramps from the train.I gone to Florida to spend the next four One thing that has kept Florida
'w IlU.
that the Railroad Commissioners believe the railroads should be made months at various points engaged in back is the lack of funds. We need

LiV-Mi found themselves compelled 8% a to care for their owrt hoboes." the pre-cooling investigations and experiments money to carry on the work. The ,

+ , matter of right and justice, to say I "Gentlemen, I don't agree with you" of tbe department.S. Bible plan for financing the work of $ ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE
ISOLDIf nothing of the legal phase of the responded the mayor, "these peopleare J. Dennis, refrigeration technol- churches, was the tithe, and the places AClJ
Ution to authorize the curtailment here and the thing to do is to feed ogist, will leave today for New York, that are carrying out that plan are

i '. upmuses: wherever it could be accomplished them. Open a soup room or a place arranging for cold storage in connec- the ones that are "doing things." If
? without affeft- where they can. be served with free tion with shipment of pre-cooled veg- every Endeavorer was a tither we Herr's my guarantee-Co to a.ny drug F I Istore
the public to be serve lunches. I don't want to see any man etables and fruits to be made from I would have plenty of money to carryon "Dodson'j Urn Tom" Harts Your Liver and get a 50 cent bottle of I>od- t
/ t. ,ing go hungry and will not allow it if I Florida. At the completion of his our work and we would not always wm's Liver TomTale a spoonful tonight J, -
, Kansasj1C. f Fl" !v fjf Big Loss in Revenue Know it"Mayor work in New York he will proceed to I have to be begging. Better nil Calomel mod Doesi't8ilhmtm and if .it doean't straighten yr 'f i

.,Char $ / 't. The losses in revenue from freight Sperry, by this time, had Florida to supervise pre-cooling plantsto ; We have undertaken more this year right up and make you furl fine ai '
business it must be Yaks You Sick.
aDd ir
Jeged.companjr.J. a passenger come close to his subject and was be used in experiments to be con- i than ever before and we must "make vigorous by morning 1 want ,ou to (g
admitted.. is due to present conditions ready to establish\ headquarters where ducted by the bureau of plant indus- .good." Will you help ? We need hack to the store and get your inoni' .
the* ma which must have of this and a greatMany other the Weary Willies and the unfortunate try.II. prayer a great deal of prayer; but Listen! to met! Take no more sickening Jnt.on'R! Liver Tone ia denyn! } illth/

iFIthidat1 of the people has ones who might be seeking work, E. Savely of the bureau of plant we must give as we pray. Don't pray ;, salivating; calomel when bilious or sale of calomel bccansi' it ir( n-al li\,
'atates conditions
.,the fade which the usual prevented amount could have the pangs of hunger alleviated industry, has gone for a three weeks' for the work to prosper and then keep ronatipated. Don't' lose a day's uork'' medicine, entirely n-gi-talili' t lirtlican >"' it

i The their supplying and has ; when City Engineer Ramsey trip to Clemson College S. C.; Athens the money for yourself that you could Calomel in mercury or quicksilver' not nb\Btv. or make MMI ", I.I kI 4I
'i purch. ,of;tonnage and freight, chimed in, "Mayor, if those ideas were Ga.; Gainesville Fla.; Montgomery give and that is needed to make the which causes necrosis of the bones.C'aloni I guarantee that one npixiiful "f 1'0.1-I /

[V swamp 14I'an Caused a decrease in the number of !. put into effect Orlando would soon be Ala.; Jackson, Miss., and other points work prosper. If we would help an- **!, when it comes into contact HIin'H I.I\IT' Tune will put' Milll,,' .," ,"" y

In 1910, people who travel and it Is certainly overrun with hoboes; and every box to visit demonstration farms and confer swer our own prayers as far as pos- with, sour hil<. crashes, into it, hmiKinj Iner' to cork and clean M'''III I 1". "'ln I nftllllt
acre not just and reasonable for the public car running north dr south would soon with field agents relative to farm sible, God would do the rest. What .a it tip.) This ia when "011 feel that awful I Hllllr Illll-,, .Illd I,'I."-t. ,, !ate

itnade wtage | to ask or demand that a maximum. be marked with the symbolical signof demonstration work. great power we could be. Thingswould nausea and cramping. If you, lire slug uliich ,i" rlngsriiij' ,, corn ---I."" amt,,', .uutking

] amount of service be performed for : the hobo army that this is the townto wake up; and there would be a gush! and "all/ knocknl o..t" if your: sou t. ,.1 I ""... ,mill', I "Mm .nili, ,... I 'lint

[ pot < \ r minimum amount of business to be stop in-they feed you here." great revival in our work. Let's takeas liver it* torpid and IMIMCIH coiiHtipnti' l It I. ,1(1( i.f. Ikd-"a'. I 'i.l I"M cell,
4ontb.i j cared for, which is exactly the condition : "I 1 believe I am the only friend of 4 4 our motto "Give as you pray." or yon )have, headache /.7itn'HH foiititltxinpiic. k" p tour, ,,'ntn,- lamlh, , f< I I'',"," H' f',", ,

is6 to l' of affairs we are confronted with the hoboes," said the mayor as he 4 LOVE'S PATRIOT. 4 One-fifth of the tithers of the world if 1 bri'at I h, IH had] or Hionuirli, Hour ironpirn' fl.,.* (.m, ,it 10"r ,''Mn-ii n It ,IA, ( 4Is
t today in not only Florida but in wherehe take of hiu-rnlfHH. Ilitil., ,, 'n't and. thy like its
K proftt.V000 cant a glance around the table 4 4 listed at headquarters in Boston are Just a Hpoonful "d.| MP ds'| gripe|
ac I' + practically every state in the United could still see nothing but oppo- . .' in California, and that state is greatly BOn'8 Liver Tone on my guurunti- ant t.int4'
f. the land ,n States. Thete are instances where sition. blessed in its work. Let us try more i
train mile llr Krnrnt Howard <'} - -
J. ations o :. I .he figures show passenger "Your plan" asserted the commissioners Fully the tithe system in our union - -
fji'agro' last .., > fnUigs of only 11 to 21 cents per "would still keep them hoboes I sax RInd. beautiful lad.! and see what it will do for us. Last I

*t The .. ti' train mile during the period referred and make matters worse-a plan With. n (ar-.." look In his ,.r fear I could hear of only eighty-two
\Vh. smiled! not HI I biiUN'-fluK
Iam6 rt I to/iwhen the cost per train mile of : that would keep filling the town witha \\ hat the < u\ulrv, troop mai hetl l n U'gioners for the whole state and I
/ the ervice is several times that wish eliminate. .
class which we to ,. that is only II beginning.The
amount And not |" xi'Xetl. I UHki-il) the) lllfl.Whele 1
Miami,t E.' The w- Fine them and put them on the tniKllt his ollntr\, In-. success of this year's work depends ( ''
Commissioners have been .
: burg, contantly streets to work out the fine and soon \\ ho rand not fur -our ...."tn.M 11.if on each one. Will you help SUPERIOR SERVICE
1). urging the railways of the the hoboes wilt give Orlando the And! Ihe bra', from ovr-sea" Florida Christian Endeavor to "make' COURTEOUS TREATMENT
I tate to giv the greatest amount of I
| I Id' 'double cross'. or move on sign. '?h. ,mv riMinrIH( th IHIM| of Io\I good" Are willing to give until
P servic and is well known fact I , .. you
a The mayor's question had l been ( i'Itdid tl I.- lad'| ,
it cost'I .omt'thing ? H"I
the '' ,, you
rates ave constantly beenfacilities Mrmint In tinI I 1.11".1; ur L.
1 i shrunkeJan in- ed forth by the fact JjHt there \ndt. ,pitl 1.1,1 I hen'And 11111 1" .John :!ilC: ;.
; f largely I quite a number of dependent (''ltll-I With, all I best. wishes). for your ..u. j ivy
creased; but tare lay the Commissioners who in \oiii 'lilnu' inv PilI' lot >I\
Orlando) at this time and work'.1 I i '
PflLk confront in ; \Vhuiti lo11II\ \ nu <.1"! \ less in Tenth Legion am,
at; Ith one of two things: among them are sonic honest! ones, "\Ic kin,(; IH l-"r,-doiii, uu"Ih .t II") lad l I Sincerely yours
a T help Roads who would work if given a (chance "And In nesea r \ UM ua' \ 'I RUTH COFFIN I

1st. In orde [to maintain the max and have I been the general ,, ,
i' I it seems to 'Tit 11oil ci a. \ oil liki- 'in \ .iu I..IIM! Tenth Legion Superintendent.Recent
..>>0 imam amminheretofore I>f service which has idea to give this...'r. ('Ia"bI better. of K.Mf.Vlni .
t eld.d .. 1a be under \ '' I "Pennies Saved AmountTo
rendered IH fn Long
: normal iiiman .statistics credit the UnitedStates
reception than having to arrest them I II.
I '
$ I4t<' condition] authorize :Na: > w. lo its \" )I">\ r ,.1.1 Ih I
p \; to higher for vagrancy and require the fines to lad. with about one automobile for I

'sioneiar 7 o D> rates. o Pi ervc a reasonable he worked out on the streets. \n.) hi" sinil f. )II full on tin ,each two miles of country road. I Dollars at last"w

-- 0
ad] ... .. ce and reasonably
-.J".Ha"" \
- 'consU ........1... .N fro fl a curtailment in BAPTIST MISSION IN (SOUTH; /
? IS GROWINGThe ;O; ; ,
bens .1 brilliant t..I." | "
I the railroad
i fIar, 141i .... DIk H..4r.A. II.... tae II help' I :::ARSON FARRR:: :: 'I 1 IIIH is us true today an when it feaxhpoken
of the louses.eeld..t.ll1 t.r rlmt+.. 7..... H. some new Baptist Mission church in b Franklin
Ii __to B..I... ladntaining. : :INSVRANC: := - > \
4trn4tlst ......, South Kissimmee is a welcome con I
, stark a. tc .wtag
.i\ arT t. Let ..._ 10. ._..e.era.riticisms r i are that venience for people in that neighborhood I Follow (he great philoHopher'x
l} _. .._ 107 a ball_.. Deto. have allowed a re- who are at some distance from Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency maxim-start an account with thin.
,. .andj star k.,wrlt_ a letter t. tKervice, without giv- of I
tetra .... ..... .... ,. other houses worship. The congregation trout; institution today.
1 '*' opportunity to be ,
{"t .. tae.7'1 dO'\ is'steadily growing, all the services Phone 230-3 Dakin St.
bab .......... FI...._ 4. eve to sa y. with of the church being well at- > ou will !I... surprised and delightedto \ ; .
' day" ;H.r."fi". mlm ....... is that if all the tended. More than seventy are enrolled I see your money rapidly, accumulate.
'i K the ... ..... .tb
i t. Io.t .t ea rd, it would notywII.u -- II
sown in school and Wednesday
, . r ed.Iand .p.?...S.,;ne t. ,t meted In changing a single night Sunday prayer services are attended -- NMfi444?fi44' -I 4 Per Cent. Interest pAid on SavingH.AccounlH. .

i F.... ._ ......V*. lore .us or brought the car- by an average of fifty people .
r .. i:.ea..ha: *. more revenue The factMal..r'Mldta services
0h 'SZf'cn weekly. Regular preaching South Citrus Nurseries
...tI....- Tag Bil' community may petition in are held on Sunday. (
h _..'. kct, to s the Commissioners doessaetr
.' .I"I"s., > .,cp aaekgl f B> ;any'way affect the revenue Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver,
I' '' a the railroad i. actually) getting' railway companies under the laws of Cashier.
:t ,
p. tee FI.rse I' The leading varieties of Grapefruit
ter a ....... at5 obsess. In answer to other this country have a right to a rea-
w.".. .t ...._
t....' ... !''I.....a. a .. ttiout due regard to t to public use.JIt the lowest prices.
'O. ....... .... ....:. is with it
.t to that there regret we necessary Free .
.I..k a... %.. ... say Send for Catalog Now-Today
A :: aee.v.r.t t.. b.a raallSCOnceptlon! on the to make this statement. We
: J a r .it. What U Intended fee) Florida is in better shape gener-
y .. t. .'Slttoll .1 k.kinL. I i afthan, Southern state, andwe
p regulating public
alekJ7't tae r this
; __ ''A 4aalleat. fc.x la claaf.., and instead of make explanation in the hope SOUTH NURSERIES
r oar -... ay tag aaraaVI b.t Vacting with dis- that it will appeal to the fairminded-
. ... tt. ... _...... .Io&ust be whatever ness of the people of this state believing OCOEE, FLA.
. ; .
, IIIt I I rw Fl.4lav rl aalr Mf _dl..erear.1' ebeekalat.d, mt be done. In this : they are fair, when once they I The Favorite Store of Kiasirnmee I

f ..... Brala. ....-...>... t. envoi to say that' the know the facts. ,
n ..,_ .... ..I. I. tag discretion In conclusion we wish to add the
s ,t. ..... ...-. ._ t. ilia.wo place fact that have .....
a. ......J"" dlre.veq .* .... rners. it WaB for we an understandingwith r
-..... _!. t... BII_ at ass feecting the people the officers of all the railways I
.... .ek' aed males .a a raid well fore whom we have allowed to reduce their
.-, e'..... _. ._.. w.I.... tJ'g as a8
( train service that the will be ARE
A.AI v t. .. .,.."... .1 ........ railways against same YELLOW PINE LUMBER CO'New TINW
..TN .Ylaek baI. demands and it will resumed just as soon as the traffic
.;....- ... .... .... of this Commission, will warrant it, and without contest.R. .
.... lIe
.... ...... HUDSON BURR
..aa4 aji'wf remain in office to
w c. b !a .F arge every public duty in thisJustice NEWTON A. BUTCH, Owners New Management "
t eraIa.: "'1 ROYAL C. DUNN --
Is'jtb ..... as near a5 we can
att..aayner Railroad Commissioners. That Will
led a.. ,."_ at .,e'at It,!. our purpose- w
u,. r<. ...- .Parlevl A Few TraiN Le .az.rz+r s+.r--aes r.r--naca. r
.. l
.w. plea by
; aa., still ta.ieral communities wnich arg? EVERYTHING -
a! eo_ p1ainlnC of a slight decrease in WARNING TO MANY

lr! 'ar 5y'y..anger .service still have more WEARA\
__' =ulna left today to serve them than
4i b' sa /

inis .t"' they conditions bad were several average years and ago normal.when Some Interesting Facts About TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE

;:5: Florida'' no exception in the present

tl I at state of affairs. We were among theM Kidney TroublesFew
tf last of all the Southern states to I l
91', authorize ,any reduction in., service, I people realize to what extent: If you want rattling good tinwarecome
tkm,4 t \ and mile -of railroad and population their health depends upon the condi- HAVE IT

!cor ? ri V' considered we have not yet author: tion of the kidneys.The to this store. Don't buy tin-
in feed the"same curtailment in passenger physician in nearly all cases of

to e oil. service, as has been authorized inIoeJ" serious illness makes a chemicalanaly.i. We are fully equipped and manufacture all grade" of ware just because itvfe cheap. If
states of the south. We mightthat ef the patient's urine. He youdoit's
Anr tl'jother. :alao this condition is not knows that unless the kidneys are do- lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring Sidina', Doon.
h' like
, due r .i.i.: 1 j ;; 'peculiar* to the south alone but there ing their work properly the other organs Sash, Shingle, Laths, Window and Door Frames, Mouldingof just throwing your
t i ( y } ''hall' been a cutting down of train cannot readily be brought backto Lumber.We
dressed and Cypress .
all kinds rough.
tin t. service all over the United States, health and strength. Framing, money away. We can save you

non iJdl ," !..beeauae'Af conditions apparently due When the kidneys are neglected or also carry a complete line of Brick,Lime, Cement Paint,

l"' '' ','i r to the existence to the war in Europe abused in any way serious results are Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you"every money on every article ofKITCHENWARE
The! bleb has upset normal business( coney sure to follow. According to health .--
n0 ;ions i and prevented the movemertti statistics Bright's disease which is thing for your house or your barn, from ground to roof.
Inter-change of commerce. Our really an advanced form of kidney /

[of.i hate mines are nearly all shut trouble caused nearly) ten thousand

=iouay a o%r Naval stores cannot be sold death in 1913, in the state of New

gDh k ce au >rted to any extent and the York al ne. Therefore, it behooves -
d -fact business ia practically at a us to pay more attention to the healthof I Send for Free EstimateWe I

l tom rantedtwwnldl ;ill. These three commodities these" most important organs. ,
with the inbound merchan- An. ideal herbal compound that has
att in our store and there are hundreds of the best and most useful thingsto
Black'H intents used in their produc- had remarkable success as a kidney.

a 'StIt ploit. Bnt-9 Hfeltutes an enormous tonnage remedy is Dr. Kilmer's BladderRemedy. select from. All are new goods and some are recent inventions.If .
*d; Servan Ol. BUroads. We feel under the the great Kidney Liver and will be glad to give y.u Prices and Estimate FREE.

r l lr m'&O Russia.;4 ices, that if we can main- you know anything about our way of selling you know that our
',Many strange resent status until there Itaight The mild and healing influence ef Contrsvrtprf Estimates on house bill. receive prompt attention.

x ,,.',tbt, nlebt, ,of? too the better, we will IniI' this preparation, in most cases, is soon prices, though low, will purchase only the best and finest the market
realized according to sworn state
rbtset? mate. affords.
Vlorence: sat'in" On Property' ments and verified testimony of those
r fhe "Oh( the public :wlll who have used the remedy.
book.wasWeasantest Co.Phone
ir the exinattinei ,.ort. :' .It of the no railwayS right _to If yon. feel thai'lour. kidney.a sample require Yellow Pine Lumber ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES

: I supporting,, and bottle write to Dr. Kilmer & Co,

'where JPa ."f i nor,any.other!>Commlsdly. Binghamton N. Y. Mention this paper
'. maintain that a enclose ten cents and they will 195 Kustmmfe Fla. "
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rendered 'which re-. gladly forward it to by Parcel
doalnt .o ad" i yea ....'"U.." -we..* to Post. ' PROMPTNESS OUR WATCHWORD Osceola Hardware Company: Ihe
Root. sold by' drug- .
to fj be'' 1 ** S( !qft: Swamp" every :, ,
to ....r''' : '; fist uv bottles of two aiaes 60s and fI _, .. .- ,- - . ,.

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' HoricM 0" TIS' APPLY'i I'any such. ,ballot, 'UBlcssthis ro''leloa..ball'lIIa1' : "IIOTC&' h .yerr' '. i

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... 'ORANGS--CENTEft:' ". :" '\.i :.'oe,11'hereby'' given that for tin.dersltrned .: This _' shall meet at I .t . :t 9 e'

d : 1 acI '- .. Intend to apply to the ewrsrnor o'clock'' P. m. W.d'lSesday. the Sim day Jsi CY.nesrTe'-''; ,
. of the state ef Florida, oa Mon of December. n... at the eenrthouss o. u MAt9i !'wOB
;I the Q City'Coii ; .., January 4th, lilt, for letters patent la Klsalmmes. and' canvas ,the MOTXCV' -" ', 'A ;

Rlchland' 'CenWs ,oa, the followinsr proposed charter. turn. la aeoorjIanM .with the primaryre..
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T PKrATTPTKL81BJ 'V'tlAa that VMk &. !& .1
.. M. w *iindaughter < baa received a '
: dare whets candidate
..... .. l- and Mfflmps.nifH Cad Morrii y of Denver r- : A. ITFARLAND.J. . of the. votes oast for such ef Bt. ClO1ld.' OeeSe ) .
Mr. majority .
will 50 the .s OT ..
... C. H'FARLAND. apply =
>e council met'I. ro.ides -, ( .
hi nomination
declare *
.. shall
office, and
Tier .
Col. arrived last weak, having perklalsthe Cher 01' :
Ihere being; present J.- W. Thompson and : ic.F.
-chairman secretaryof r
. .. O. F. Krlbbs' Roma Thomas made the trip from Wisconsin in PROPOIlIaO-c. A.RTJIIR OV n.ATTK. 4 this, and_......tt_.. within, two 'days Cy'ountyate CIN1IM.' "-1 ,;..1.: >i:,

H. Prather.: Lewla O Bryan. city. at-' their. and J. R. Gilbert clerk. '. e.wARTICLE '
rney delighted with Florida t he has decided 'y'+ y.-f such candidate receiving a n nomination Laad. Florida or.w rover he,11IIII' .... ., ., ?
The minutes ot ''the last meetings to make hU home In Orlando and l.i, J I for the Offloe of superintendent of publie' for e doses to; ssaje>4ra. take ekSVire *f Steel t7iplatr.
ers read and approved Reports of Instruction for Oaceola county to
( ,.
and ...trea her property, and Meow
Tieers were examined and approved'Ills into business there.. ef -eorporatlon.. shall I ef the state of Florida -
go bet':: governor la a
.. cars McFarland-Fisheries Company a free,dealer, a.rA 'p.o"e'' 1.... 1rMdph
were approved and.r4.r.d \ Mr. G. W. Stoke shipped eight and ask for his appointment. '
ot business .
and Its ,
follows; of orange from his Sand Lake grove,. shall be In principal the city place of Klsslmmee, I IsiapewteM, ' ., .1.V I.. Pe'tlUones &eI'.. .:__, __, .._':c' ,
and clerksale"
R. May wlary.] mayor..J JO.OO thli'beingthe first pickingHe eitij Oaceola county,' Florida, with branch The. following designated Inspectors to eondMet'the Dotal 1L.A.. ,rx.1114. 101. .

F. Tlson salary marshal 1.0' that h will have about threi offices 'In such other place or placesIn I'' : .
as mates I
said election .
primary 'i.'i1' -I ,.
State and Other
W. Lansrford. salary upolio. 10.00 the of Florida placesIn. H. N.'Br.ttO""SJ. I .OTJC rear ....CATlOJf. ,
Precinct (
In Ne.1.33Insp.CtOe. '
more car* .the United States or forelsa '
11.00 11' ,1 yr _t1 t..
J. Z. \.JMI' ;
Roberson..alary as treas. '. pfer. 2.'SW. Ulley; f.L
J. R. Gilbert salary aa clerk .. 11.0' T. J. Stewart, who fractured hi* leg countries mine.. as. the directors'. may deter clerk.. O. 0,1e., : ',> ;, *, ', DKr>ART tBJ,rr Or .RIll'' I.TJ6110R.. ;XrBMTUT

,I. R. Gilbert salary as deputycollector a few week ali for treasure* ______ 11.00La..I. and weare glad to see him about, am The general nature of the businessto VlalU J. H. Branson Art Branson) IL.J.t.. --t ,ks JWa DWU
O'Bryan. salary Its city W. U Moseley.Precinct ... Notice Is hereby siren that' Bllvan Oslo.14o.r.l tV ,
will beable to said corporationshall clerk
V attorney ____..______._______ 11.00 hope that he soon get be be transacted to buy and by sell fish: oysters: No. li: Inspectors.. D. K. L. Bera-erU Of Lou.kmsw Florid., who, tit rt
'+s. W. Thompson salary as mero'her back to work. shrimp, crabs and all kinds of sea Lanier W. H. Lanler R. 1. Overstreetiolerk. ; on March. I., ltfV> made homestead Telephone: Na.,7i' ,
\ of oounol1 _.____________ 1.00 Mr. Sam Marquard of Lone Wolf food. of any nature whatsoever, and -J/ A. Branson.' .,. entry No. 1LIII, for NB'1... of NB 1-4. .

.O. F. Krlbbs salary as member Okla. arrived this week and,is takingup to acquire, build own and operate, all Precinct No. 41 Inspectors. C. B. Section S,. Town.htPJ.1 South Range .
v of oaunctl ....___.... _. S.OO IT Ease '.. .... baa algid
----- located kinds of boat. and fishing outfit. used Carlson. P. )B. Morgan O. 8. Watts; W.:
residence being -
f I.i O. H. Prather. salary as member his among us, In said bualneas) to own fish nets andflshing clerk T. N. Farr. notice of Intention to make eoaasMitsxtlon DR.I W.:GDENTI

$ of council __.......__.___ 1.00 in section twenty-three. outfits and to sslU lease or hire Precinct No. I: Inspectors W. R. proof. to- establish claim to the rOtla
(Roma Thomas, salary as mem- Gilchrist park is taking'on a new same out to fishermen and to enter Nettles, Peter Rauleraon. Tule Reber- land above described, before CI..rlor: .
ber of council __.?..*_....__.. 1.00 all the weeds being reo Into contracts with fishermen for their son: clerk J. R. Don........ Circuit Court at Klaalmmee.' Florida,. '
dy4sceola Hdw. Co., merchandise .to appearance catchand to own and operate any Precinct No. I: Inspectors. Randolph on the nth day of December 1114. over Pflley'B uiI
Fraternity Hall rent for Nov.._ 11.BO moved the ground ploughed and gen- transportation facilities necessary to Young J. H. Balsden. A. K. Basii; clerk.W. Claimant names as witnesses 3. W. Office Hoar *--13 1
.i Mrs. N. Regero..up. for prls. __ I.U8pecl..1 erally cleaned up. be operated In conjunction with saidbusiness A...Drawdy. Parsons of Lousbman.Florida; Chas.Krecek. Office 'Phone 111 a..;...... *
8 police, servicesF. ________ 14.00 Amon our recent visitors were J. whether on lana or water; Precinct No. T: Inspectors, J. H. of Louabman"Iorld...; 3. M. das Admlalstered for xtraoTseth
it A. Lincoln board for Johna- to acquire, own and operate hacks, Jr.. J. L. Chandler. W. W. Oasser. of Loushman. Florida; J. WI ,''
son (charity) nn______ T.OOl I R. Harrington, of Kansas City, Mo.. carriages wagons and drays for the Chandler Walker. clerk, W. H. Walker. Campbell, of Lousrhman.. Florida. 't

fVC.. F. Tlson. feeding prisoners.. 10 I W. B.. Davis: of Indianapolis, Ind., F. purpose -of engaging In a fteneraltransfer Precinct: No. I: Inspectors. J. C HBNRT. dicer. .. ..
N. F. Baaa. palntlnK' bandatandDr. ".00 of Georgia and J. Prescott drayage business; to buy 44-lt \
H. T.
I Martin Tlson. B. Storey, J. W. Tlson; clerk.
',,. W. L. Wlnn. profeaalonal and sell l j4ds on its own account and F. W. Hill. ,DR. H. & GBGEft,, "
services (charity) nU______ 10.00 of Orlando. on ('omm ; to build on. own. .Improve ROMA THOMAS Chairman. NOTICR FOR PVBLIOATION.DEPARTMMNT '
t Palace Drug Store, medicine I W. W. Bonney former manager of develop and aub-dlvlde lands JOHN JOHNSON Secretary.ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ole THH IMTBaUOR. ; B OuiBuiMia.

charity _____. ___nU________ 4.15 the Munger Land company, paid us a : dneo:1 this corporation; to operate mllla U. a. Land Office Oalneavllle. FUu, : rPHJ5dAlilSd; 8U -
u saw mills planing;
"11 Mrs" Dladamla sick (charity C. Wheeler) .,_ 8.00 flying visit last week and we were and all business Incident thereto: to October Notloe 17th ls fcerebr 1114. given' tbt Wesley J EensNfiank .*' .
him it looked like old lease hire use and maintain ._" Klslr .ei'Fla
elll1. Bank of KtaBlmmee.. advanced glad ot see as own. operate Brook of Lou..lalllFI.,. who-._ ;
'I work on city dock __ 288.00 times to see him on the streets. Mr. docks, wharves elevators Presses.tanks March <4th 1912. made homestead entry Phones. :,., Offlc s iIT or (4 .
Oaceola Hdw. Co., mdee for and storage facllltlea l of everykind FOR UPRRINTRNDKNT OF PUBLICINSTdVCTION. Ollk9f R..I<<..... ./1. r' '1LIyr '
is living at Hunter, Mo.. No. for BWj.of BBIVL. :
Bonney now and to receive profits and '
________. I860
work on city dock Non ot- and N'W
like II. WH NBH4 T. ,.
there is to buy sell and deal Ingrocerlea.
that no place ; '
May Lumber Co.. lbr: for dock 1411 but he says dry goods. hardware and all I hereby announce myself a candidate 8BK. section It of Township 1* ..utll. .. '
., Sam L Lupfer pay roll fire co. 88 50 Florida.C. kinds of merchandise to buy. build for the office of Superintendent of range_Sseast..-.,-Tallahassee Meridiem. T. BL RIYSRSr' M.BC: ,
Berry Padgett sal acavenjrerA _. ilO 00rf. E. Cassidy has moved into his own. erect and operate Ice plants and Public Instruction to nil the unexplred has filed notice of Intention make ; -.
1 J. Key, aal. scavenger Itt 1 store the corner of Main and electric Unlit plants and enter Into term of Hon. W. J. Sears realgrned. I commutation proof, to establish claim '
W. A. Joiner, eal eupt. E. L. P. new about .contracts for the products thereof, to will appreciate the support of the democratic to the land above described, before.Clerkof : PHYSICIAN and ; ,
','8. IS. Gardner sal en,,':. E. L. P. 78.00 1 Ninth streets, which is just acquire, erect or own packing; housesof voters In the primary to be held Circuit Court at Klsslmmee, Florida .. .
:_ BUekles callas E L P *.00 completed. Mr. Cassidy has flow a all kinds and to operate same, tosubscribe December 19. on the Ird day of December. 1114.Claimant Office ..... Osceola Pharmacy.Pboaesi .\ "
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:J. lineman 110 00 names as witnesses amaWhidden '
rl u comfortable and commodious store- for purchase. receive ownhold A. B. JARRELU '9oaItI..c. 1C"
r" V. R. Kllla aal as collector _._ 60.00 arrives he for Investment or otherwise' sell of Loughman. Florida; Robert -
/ *N D Paraona, bal sal. fireman. 11.00 room and when his stock and dispose of and make advancementsupon H. BlllnaU>n, of Ixmirhman Florida I.... '111BR. .
P I' Ed. Jordan aal. aa fireman -- 4600 will have a store which will not only atoeks an-ares bond., securities FOIL IIl'PEIU'IITJlNUENT: OF PUHLICINSTRUCTION. ; William J. Oarrett, of usrhman. t:
'" C. F. Thrasher labor. and material be a credit to him but an ornament to or obligations of other rorporatlonawhatsoever Florida; W. T. Lamb of l*>uahmaa. """
< for E. L. P. ._un____. 18 88Z and while the owners or We are suthorlsed to announce C. BJ.Towell Florida. c.'rL
:>:I. J. J. Dann ahop work E. L P. 76 the town. holders of any storks, bonds or obligations aa a candidate for the office of 'CHUBB.' \ HYATT. 10
Great Lakes; Refining; Co. oil __ 2S1SK810 Mr. E. B. Morgan has moved into whatsoever to exercise all theitghta Superintendent of Public Instructionfor ...It Register. ,

Electrical Appliance Co. metera his new house on Pine street and we powers and privileges of ownership Oaceola county aubject to the democratic PHYSICIAN and 'SUBCBOUt.Phones' '.:
." ..M'f.7ra"f: : :' ft: Supply wish he and his good wife may live thereof and to exercise all and primary, December 19, 1914. NOTICE! FOR PUBLICATION .. f '
E. L P. ___ 10.601 I any voting; powers thereof, to aell. 1
' 'Oaceola Hdw Co.. mdae. for E. long to enjoy their cozy home. mortgage, sun-let, pledge hire, I leaseor Depaltm.nt- Offloe it1. ]'t

L. P. -. _----____________--_ 8076 I Tom St wart, E. B. Morgan and F, convey the property of this corporation AN OKDINANCB.An Serial of tte't"nterlor.Unlt..d Residence. S4I .." 1ft l'KlMimmee 1.
+ V. R Ellis *. fr. E L. P. 31.11'. '' thereof at will and toInvest 24'o' '. in: -I '' :
\ or any part ; 1\ .1.
to Ryalla .
Howe made fishing trip 1SI of States at Oalneeville. ,
1 Valley ilazelle, printing E. L. PSkinner 1700 W. a the proceeds at pleasure and In ordinance to amend Section .._-_ r .
1 and homeas the General Ordinances of the Cityof Fla.. October 24. 1114. -
1 Engine: Co, on enfflnc-.66300 lake the other day brought such manner as many be determinedbv ,
I K. S' Johnson cal as au pl. of trophies a number of fine baas the by-laws, to receive payment for Klaalmmee Florida relative to Notice Is hereby siren that James XLWhldden. .- ,
water plant __ __ !lOOO'' capital stock subscribed for In moneyor I'ool and Billiard Rooms. of Ixiusbman. Florida, who, D
six .
huh three .
from to pounds H CEIGER
;, .'.Will Tales. sal fireman W P. 6500 ;: weighing In property labor or services at a Be It ordained by the Council of the on July 10, 10, made homestead .ntry. "
Oaceola Hdw Co.. mdae W PState 8 8764Z '' just valuation therefor In the discretion City of Klaalmmee: No. 01 411. for 81-1 .Ofo'1 -t. t

.. BAnk. of Klaalmmee. woodtickets I each.Mr.. C. H. Heigert, of Pueblo, Col.. or judgment of the board of directore. That Section US of the General. Ordinances of SBl-4 II Township and !14- -" Section ATTORNEY'-AT W\Wi .
__ __ kindswhatsoever
68 of
make contracts
Center lax any 1a":1: .
.nu .UUh visit to Orange of the City of Klaalmmee, Flor- "v
paid a East, Tallahaasee .1.
W A C Oro. Co wood tlcketaLewla 1404. .6 for the furtherance of Its 1 r
o'Rryan. cal ... attorney 26.00 week and was so pleased with our purposes or business. Including( agreements ida, aa revised and published In 1111 notice of Intention te make -' Office Stat..BanklBnildl.('
climate and the poesibilitWs here that with Individuals or other corporations be amended to read aa follows: Proof, to establish claim to the land '

A communication was presented h>' I to return and make 10"0 any and all things Section 151. Any person who shallIn above described, before dork: of Cir Klaalmmee,,Fla; : \ 't
he soon
'Mr. R D. Falrman. chief of fire department expects that are 0')' mata h. necessary or proper the open a room containing cuit Court. at Klaslmmee Florida, on '
'1. pertaining to aubatanttal and his home with us. 3 \ to l>e done for the furtherance of the any billiard or pool tables or bowling the 10th dar of December 1114,. .
much needed Improvement In the tire Before moving his new store, -t* urposes of this corporation or for or ten-pin alleys after the hour of Claimant names as witnesses: CEO F:'PARURi :}
/c: department After dla-rusalng- ..Ulrll"1 .- C. E. Cassidy a housewarmingparty. carrying Into effect the powers herein 11 o'clock at night. or permit personsto ,, Dr. C. W. HoUowa, Lourhmaa. .' .
gave ..\ .
Mr. Falrman. on motion granted. assemble or remain In said billiard Florida. "
7t 1 0..n.m'a: referred to the water A large of guests en ARTICLE NO S or alley room for the purpose J. H. Webb of Louvhmaa. Fl oridaW. ATTORNEY-AT-: aft L'

and light committee with power .to Joyed the evening, many of whom The P''WF..t: of the' corporationshall I of playing or rolling on said tables or T. Lamb of LouKhman. Florida. :
from out-of-town. be THOUSAND I>OLLAR8r alleys after the hour of II o'clock? at R. H Ellington of Loufhman. Collection aiJj'Otin(
act.On motion It was ao ordered that were <$ oiinnn). to h,. divided Into FIFTY night shall upon conviction be fined Florida, *
all fire hose be In charge of the fire I' Mr. A. A. Umberger! and family, (50) shares of the par value of ONE not leas than 15 nor more than 150. or HENRY. CHUBB Rerlater. S_ '
; department under the supervision of, Amarillo, Tex., arrived this week to HlTNOREn HOLLARS' I10000) each be Imprisoned In the common Jail'or ...ft , '
the fire chief.Judge make .their home in Oiange county which aid capital stock may be paid calaboose not less than ten nor more :UU-I .H :4'
G. F. Krlbha. chairman of the residence in for In cash or In property, labor or than thirty days at hard labor except
'.-street committee, reported completion and have taken up their services nt a just valuation to be fixed that on Saturday nights, pool and billiard IN COURT er COUNTY JUDOOTATUOrP"LORJD .tIn .
a of city dock at a cost of about II.KmAlso the Yeager house on Eleventh street hv the directors of the company at ameeting room may be kept opens and = = tC
that tool house had been built I, until they have their own home erect called for that purpoae play allowed until the hour of twelve. re Estate of .
;... per Instructions from council ARTICLE NO. 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinancesIn CHRIS KJLBNNTBL Oeoeoia ,..
On motion It was no ordered that the ed.T. Guenthal The term for which this corporationshall conflict herewith b... and the same Notice le hereby given, te all wt hem It ATTORNli
. L. and Chas. exist shall be perpetual
, city attorney be Instructed to draft Harney are hereby repealed may oonoers, that OB the let day e<
ordinance. or resolution ordering; sidewalks . are busy setting out more trees, each offlcera ARTICLE of this NO.corporation 6.The shall Read a first time and by unanimous Manly A. D. IMS. I shall +iZlT *. tke 'I Bzamlaatlon of I INotlfloatloa
down on west aide of Maple avenue having set out several hndred the las consent, read a second time and paaaed Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge ef eald and P.
vlce-prealdent. aecretarv
be a
between Sumner street and Ault- a president In session, this first .non-residents'
board of open day of December Court, ae Jadffe Of Probate for y aaalp
[*" m.n .tr..t.r week or two. and treasurer and a A. D.. 1914.<< I\,
not less than three nor more than discharge as Administrator of the estate % attes| eC tvfcLovls
.' --- --
An ordinance
forbidding Attest
p..reo"'ollcltlng )
seven directors The office of secretarv of Chris Kaennel deoesaad; and Klsalmn
'';" bualness. on the platform. and treasurer may be held by one J. W. THOMPSON. that at the same time I will present to Y
and sidewalks of the railway stations President of CounciL said Court final AdmlaIstrator .
: TO URGE CONGRESSTO and the same neraon. The board of my accounts as
was read a first time and by Unanlmoue J. Pat.JobnstonJOHNSTON,
directors shall be selected at the annual Clerk of aatd. estate. and ask: fer theirapprovaL
", consent put It. aecbnd eadlnr ,
upon stockholders meeting; to be heldIn Approved this tat day of December '
and final passage.' Also, ordinanceto A. D., 1114. H. HXLLBT Administrator. ,
the city, of Klsalmmee. Osceolacounty. J. ..
amend section 151 of the general CONNECT RIVERSPalatka Florida, and the second Mon- H. R. MAT, Mayor.' Dated Best,.,11th. A. D. It!", b
r ordinances of the city of Klsslmmee, ATTOI
day In December of each year beginning .
relative to pool and billiard rooms was --- -- ------
read first time and by unanimous ; In the year Ills. Office 10 knd
a of the ,, 11
Until the first annual meeting
onaent. placed upon Its second read- FIwDec. 11.-A call has stockholders and until the officers

,. -Ingr The' and final passage electlnr been issued by tl ''Palatka and Sanford above mentioned are elected and qualified Kleslmm

::\ Ito, fill matter of a councilman .boards of trade for a convention at the first election, the officers of
[ vacancy caused by resignation Progres.siveBusiness
the corporation shall be: J. W. Platte,
!'of Pro T. M. Rivers was taken up and to meet in Palatka Monday December president; Elsie A. McFarland. view- :

'Mr. C F. Johnson was placed In nom. '21, to organize' an association to president: and J C. McFarland secretary C. Massei
.Instlon by O. F. Krlbbs. there being and treasurer and J W Platte, Late Counsel 1 1Fla.
.no second nomination went by default. urge congress to improve and connect Elsie A. McFarland'and J. C McFar H. R. ConPreHee
Mr. <:ir.H.1. t placed In nomination up the inland waterways of Florida. land directors

Woodbeck, also Mr. WG. The call in part is as follows: The stockholders shall meet In the
Hanklna waR mentioned, the president of Klsslmmee. Oaceola county f7TQ. w
t city .
"A new river and harbor bill
then called for a ballot which resulted .
Florida, at the office of this corporation -
In Mr Johnson receiving onevote. be introduced in the coming congress. on Wednesday January 6th. 191S, In ;ri I
Mr Woodbeck three votea.whereupon Only meritorious projects will be considered for the purpose nf adopting by.I..... FirmsYOU and of the U i'II '

J. Wodnbeck the president duly elected declared to nil Mr the. The St. Johns river is the and corporation. completing: ; ; the organization of this the Florida R
the Interstate]
statedThere inland of Florida. Its
vacancy aa great waterway ARTICLE NO R. 11-14 being no further business the ,.headwaters can be connected with The highest amount of Indebtednessto OrllSURVEYOl
council adjourned to meet In regular which this corporation shall at anytime
'' session Tuesday. Jan 6. A. n.. 1915. I both the east and west coasts. It is subject Itself shall be TEN

al 7 Sn p m not a one-sided proposition. To the THOUSAND ))()LI.AHR llttOOnOO) J .

J W THOMPSON. : east as to the west of it, is a tributary ARTICLE NO 7 SHOULD KNOW IN KISSIMMEE F.,JL
PresidentJ of most Tbe namea and residences of the incorporate -
territory possible profit
R o II. RRT.: nf this corporation together -
Clerk I able development. The proposed connections .
with the amount of stork sunacrlbed ,
1 to the Atlantic and to the for by .each are aa follows -- EGGERSGLOJESS &: RIEDEU

STOP THE CHILD'S COLDS Gulf are inland, with tillable country shares J. W Platte New Boston 111., eleven -NELSON REALTY. CO. Fraternity'Hall.. ,

I on both sides. McFarland. Klsslmmee.Fla.. Carpenter and Repair Shop
THEY OFTEN RESULT SERIOUSLYColds Elsie: A Klsslmmee, Fla.\
There should be united effort on the four shares 9 Darllnrton Ave.Property .

Croup and Whooping: Coughare I part of the people living along these four J shares C McFarlnnd. Klsslmmee Kla. Inside Furnishings, Screening; ands

children's ailments which need immediate -I natural waterways to impress upon .T W PLATTE Cabinet Work Our Specialty. Sold on CommissionD. DR. M. J.''HICKS ,

attention. The after-effect congress: the need of access by cheap .LHIJ<: V M'FARLANn ? W ePHYSICIAN

are often most serious. Don't take navigation to this\} wonderful region. iii." J. C. M'FARLAND and BURGEQ:

h the risk-you don't have to. This is signed by H. M. De Mont- .

"" Dr. ,King's New Discovery, checks the I molin chairman of the river and CAI.I, FOR DRMOCMATIC f"RIU4HV J. W. PRF PIS G. M'KAY REAL ESTATE Office State Bank BnOdlnc*'

Cora- soothes the Cough, allays the traffic committee, and Moses Folsom RI.BCTION.! AGENCY ''Phones: Office 41 .' < 'iResidence .' '
Palatka board andC. The executive committee of the democratic I '>
Inflammation, kills trv> Germs and secretary of the .t : .
Walker chairman of party In and for Oaceola county Pianos, Organs. Talking Machlaea, - .t .
R. waterways
allows Nature to do her healing work. ,
Florida. hereby call and provide Graystone: Block; . l
60c at your\ Druggist. Buy a bottle committee, and E. T. Woodruff, secretary the holding of a white democratic Sewing; Mach".... I";

today. of the Sanford board. primary .election to of be Oaceola held county In theseveral Broadway.W. Sell Land Anywhere on Coraadssloa ',', .

Citizens of all interested communities Klorlda. precincts In compliance. with the laws I J.V.THOMPSON'

LOOKS DECEIVING."This in the state are cordially invited; of the. state of Florida. Said I primaryto ,

to attend. No more important matternow be held during the houra Axed bylaw Get Yo'ur Candies Fresh from the .r r '

parrot can speak three lan- confronts the people of Florida. Saturday.for the December holding 19th of 1914.elections for the on G. HANKINS I,

guages." Cheap and easy access to our fertile nomination of a candidate for the office CANDY KITCHEN .

"I .ee--he isn't as green as he acres is necessary to continued of superintendent. of public Instruction Adding Machines and FUNERAL, DIRECTOR i +
In and for / :
look .''-.. growth. psceoia f v
term' of the Typewriters '
fill -
the unexplred present ey'
county auperlntendent. who has 2S BroadwayF. andLICENSED .

SLEEP t reslaned. For Sale. C. Hew. Prep.
DISTURBING BLADp WEAKNESS Q..liaee Those and only these persons shall : .
I be permitted to vote at. or participateIn .' ;
the management of said primary (. ', *
BACKACHE-RHEUMATISM QUI KLY VANISH election who are white democrats who W. B. MAKINSON CO.Hardware Store:and. ChapeJat.wart. : :. A, **j
declare their allegiance to th. principle 4/r, S ,
and orranlmatlon of the democratic ittai.-'n..r 'f
-- party In. the state of Florida . ..
Even Most Cfcroalc Snfferen Fiad the blood and drive it out of the and Oaceola county who were qualified DeebgI Cutlery, Beat Supplies .. q-
I electors at the time of the primary Estate .., ,.'''
Relief After a Few Dose I system. -- election held on June td. Ifl4. and aid Machinery \ l '
.t So sure, so positive, so quick and who pledged themselves to abide by '" .
Broadway.H. '
la Need
When .
*:> Are. Takcau 1'lasting, are the results obtained from the result of said primary .election and. / '.a,:

f- the use of Croxone, that three dosesa to support the nominee thereof. _JTle.e VJTEJuNARY'8t1BGBO'!:
Backache urinary disorders and rpr' ia to the worst election I, ,< .,
are caused from weak, that required cure name printed on the primary ) tCoBtraeter
,...,inactive kidneys which fail fe/fljter case of backache regulate the most nf ballot eoperlntendeM as a candidate of .psbllc for ihe Instruction office Dry Goads. Clot rag and Shoes, In Plala sad' )eeeltth.PalMing : .' ? )'A. F.

the and.keep the Wood1 annoying bladder disorders and over In for Oseeole .1.lorid. '"
out impurities sad cou mmt Paper HaBcUr.' t.aLoughman B
and the only way on earth toi i come the numerous other similar shall nTe with the chairman o. this FavaUahlags and ", ".f'\ .': ',
pure condition iimmittee 0.. or before November SIS 8 .. .. Ave. The fhoa* 111-S -
such .. .e .
permanently and positively cure ; iI1.b ;
I wonderful 10th. 1.... his notice of candidacy and H......
troubles, is to removethe, cause. j I It i la the moat preparation application to have hi. name so printed ,
ever made for the purpose. It a' blank to be furnished by t
upon ,
'Croxone curessuch i >EBN1Sig
The new discovery, .J" : ,
Is entirely different fjonw all otherremedies. the chairman ef this committee, and .
I E.'E.JiAGD ,
it reaches : "
conditions because There is nothing else on accompanied by the sumof Twenty- ,
';.the very roots of the disease. It with it. It is so five $15.04) dollars, the amount of: his F. B. )LAWSON '. ,I . -'. '" \ :'; '-'" 'WritVasM'i
soak the stopped up in. earth 'to compare assessment, and. no name of any such Carpeater aa4 BaJlder>. .
"; dneysr; walls and prepared that it is practically impossible candidate shall be prtsjted upon or P. '
.active k through the> counted reternsd Wok'adCe.ralRepttiag.,
to take it.into the human system or Iftprlnled upon jj Cask 8tret
linings; clean out the little filtering without result \ 1(1 ,saw"l'Wal' a Specialty 'PbPIA.
It'Breadwsy .
and dissolves $
cells and glands y '
caa''obtain :original package Wluaspst YeN Nnd"a'QnscalZbalet ,IS DarliaxtM Ave' : ,
the poisonous' urie'add substances iYou *
that lodge';theJointstand' of Croxone"at triftin..CMt from any " r Tab, droveThoOia'Standard /*,, -' f e ... < .f J .Va'Aga4w i w,'.B. ,
and irritate and store.: AU druggists Orove'a{Tasteless .. . < _.:. ,; .
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',, rhea ;. It neutralises\ the .' personally: return thfU Tooia la>oqaaHj: >.valnable a*-a I: ', , "" ,Y.,._. VAMArWKWAClA

v cause urine so: It'.do:Jonger.,Inrltatea'the the'purd1aae,1>rice if:Croxone.fails to General Tonis titesnsa it contains the WATERS a cA anN GROCERY CO. ,',. Eleetrtnl" AKMtsttnnr'ATOAeMi'
T Cs.traet.e'Watr .
tender membranes. the bladder'" give desired 1'.aIUi"reprdl.... of ircUbK>watoalapropertieeo
b grid cleans> out and strengthena ..thel.topped how old you ow JongJ'OU: have .' ItsKtsoatlMUvenlHivteoat as. CeB.etete.rt '

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r f t) .. THE KISSIMMEE iV'ALL'E', GAZETTE'' '" 'I. t . ... ..' FRIDAY. DECEMBER IU i aSO

r - .,.... ..\ ,' COLUMBIA' : L COLLEGE;HAS :A GOOD- 'YEAR: DErirrr GRAND MASTER"A:: occasion'-proved' a'most. 'plea I I I I I 111 11 11 .I 11 I I I.1,11Want S'

;" !., 8 i 'Dr., Montague president of Colum VISITS, SONS profitable one for the fraten t '1'
b3a. "Lake ::-- 'After he'I'm' -
\ college; at : .City, wu'ln the et1nc'a
....:..'f.tiw..r.. tity reoenUy copferrii PI-rrTm-Inigtj tHffi ? Advertisements
--y : > >ywith"e.+ -:-A.- r DraT" j'; T f iay.a-.t- [ -
t Canon, president of the board of tnw- & wa honored last Monday cafe tift,.-...." Masons being
.:; 'SENTENCE toe of the echoeL, Dr. Montague.r.- evening by a visitation( from DistrictDeputy
a large attendance at Columbia Grand Master L.-L* Payne, of market'r
.,, ', ,,- I this year and excellent work being Orlando. v I Invigorating, to the Pale and I GAZETTE Ad are a
< rf.w WJktI KILLED SUMPBY school.:are-...peeW.he..... for the (,rom nearby i lodge, as well a* Maluiawnniehe TATSUtaa the blood.. place in which to secure kelp* a situation, to ,
i I r t'' 18'CONVICTED, OF- Christmas holiday on December 19. from a distance were present and the ..... A.tnMb..uc.* V..r wiatu and s' rent bay till, "or exchange anything. They t

IN FIRST DEGREE- -- -- --- retult
'II' b' ADJOURNED.. .._ a ,', .... .... ...,............. .. I' coat a trifle and bring quick, tan
I 1 word each insertion; 25
RATES: One cent a
court' 'adjourned
late' last '
as after a fuU two week work cents minimum charge; fire or more ,

r.I, Ich- time'a large number, or line 5 cent a line.

,e 4 , nry'disposed'Savage of.caejwhlch" .con- Christmas Presents >for Men _

r 'v, or three dayarof+ last week,
e w day: satisfactory to Savage.Acquitted,1 I PLANTS-Send *IF: YOU WISH board and rooms in a t

tborP on. the charts of 1000., Cabbage plants at $1.50. private home, call at Faulkner's, 27
..t I : plum, pear and cherry trees Sumner St.
I .lmurdef"eta.' on.the docket i Look at This Splendid Collection of GIFT 10 to 15 cent each. John Light- '
-i wrl r much',.of the) final day of : t, E. Chattanooga, Tenn. 48 tf FOR SALE-One of the finest grove
sir n'' ,&lee Jr., charged with "'t. in Osceola county, located oMy one
t ;Ctx pter Perry;'another negro, SALE OR EXCHANGE-Fresh mile from city limits. Fortyfiveacres "
of first degree murder THIS STORE has made a special effort ., produce and provision busi of best citrus land; twenty
life imprisonment. established for doing a trees. Fin
secure a beautiful collection of years acres in splendid bearing
1 ftM: shot at his home near Ash- business; owner wants to est variety of fruit. You can get
: r l 1, 'Calling; him out of his ownd'JIring as well as USEFUL gifts for father, to Florida. Will sell for cash this grove direct from the owner
aw .at him upon his ap- will exchange for improved l-pstate commissions.
..''r+ : J Ctl I ;ln Tthe doorway and before >r 1 brother or sweetheart. We want you to in city or for established and Address save iW re 427. Kissimme, Fla.
(jC.Je ; ..wwwhat Rice's ,grievance ,
; : wa business or installment fur
,Oooding-; tried on the charge of carefully the following gift suggestions business. My business will

( ''the rom. I j nd.Ill' iBty into' and an occupied fined fl house and ,court was then come in and see our big selection. ry about $3,000 machinery FOR seat SALE-Near IVSoto I county,Arcadia 640 acres, county good, i
fixtures its establishment asI
'Jorli ,.. : ; high prairie land; suitable for fruit
st. Dive McCloud, charged with aoffense is worth its
'< .. 'wa.also fined $1 and power groves or live stock. Price reaspn-
!. I',';': TbH 1 cost'.of court.'Th4o4sesof; .. Useful 'XMAS PresentsCOMBINATION to Let ain full particulars going in the accom busi- able liberal terms; exchange /on-
sidered. R. W Pollard, ClearwgW,
\; ; William Stephens, injdlcte all answers, I. T. Goodrich 61
I swan : :', i In "9 iattemptto'murder i was continued 'Un.- ..
--an'a r ;(''rtlfths .Jantiary" term of court. SETS consisting of a handsome MEN'S INITIAL HANDKERCHIEF in i FOR RENTTonroom two-story'
rfuldt - - Tie Pair of and I TRADK:: -TRADK modern( house, J'I rage, stable, garden -
#'''F1AfL ro;COST mBUZZA I Stockings Handkerchief. Come in linen. -lust the thing- for sweetheart or brother. good lo<, .
I '. sf CASE REMITTED all colors and alU-colon\ match. Just the thing for in a Christmas + income property and t + cottage nicely furnished,
i 1111: :. ; father or brother. Come in box at (pl. lands, will traAe for good beautiful, lot all ,in. fine viw of the
I CfjP lands $1,000 tw -10,00(1\ ()( to
e.itbry the Gazette published Christmas boxer, while they last C Of. $J J. ; | lake.
'l\\'t Week the of Glenn A few hundred/dollars now
) ha regarding case Single Handkerchiefs, We also! have 40 acres; splendid
non :.B'QI... who" plead guilty to killing BUSTER BROWN STOCKINGS in beautiful in the famouH Healden oil land with
:. bird oat of,;Reason (upon the doctor'a holiday boxes. These well known Stockings come all linen atSHIRLEY'S ___________________________ 25 of Oklahoma will make you good farming I flowing and trucking well, within 2 1-2
18tiN s that hls-slck' needed nour- It's no guess work Nelfor
baby four pairs in a miles of KissinimcT Realty

,'of two <'.''we-neglected labJllmtJ-and was to say, fined that|10 the and court cost, box and sell at I _. __u u u_ _ ____n_ $1 in individual FAMOUS PRESIDENT'I well can makes show you.:3,400\ Box barrels No! |' ('0., Kissimmee Fla.

't" tostt1Rer{ canceled by the several of. Single pairs AC boxes atMEN'S _____-______-______-______-__ Kissimmee. FOR RENT-8-room residence, fur-
tn 'ftot F Aced-l Id'ltbat' Judge, Murphy remit- at ------------------------------------C -- -- -- --- -- nished, $16;$10; 6-room,
ke.e J8!. tbe'h" !*v" i, BEST SUPPORTERS .. n -- Good responsible girl! $9. E. E. Wells real estate and insurance -
theCountyYprosecuUng/ D.'I Also have them in sPure led at the New York (' 202
| officer H Broadway.
t f\ 25 Supply 0. _... _
Lar tlo",'v':lelirer/and the .game warden have Silk. at------------------------C II. holiday boxes at ______ _________ ___ Darlington avenue. Call at your
N ?+ ;. to the fact that I convenience. i FOR SALE OR RENT-Beautiful .
ihey'-Jcaaw 'nothing of the circum- TIES! TIES I TIES I Lawson's has long had MEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATERS-These Sweaters I bungalow, nicely furnished, delightful

:II.-:mJl *S> either until after I the reputation of being headquarters for Ties and make an appropriate Christmas gift. They -Owners of good! orange ( home-like place; immediate pos
,;MI'V BujizaT had pled guilty, and theyregrett4dthematte to furnish me with description session. Also fine two-story modern -
'. we have a lavish supply of Silk Holiday Ties awaiting All Wool in oxford and unfurnished, located house
blue well ,
,. ? xceedlnftly) beteiuwtey I ; come navy colors; net price if you want to soil i
q qc :.*...*J, .felt It,was not a wilfulvio- your selection.. No matter how particular you sizes with or without collars and the Miller, over Gazette office I ,immediate possession ofeither.. .
; just
r ''41 atl1.f.I.\ ... f. may be, we can please you. We have them in the are Nelson Realty ('0. _
.. I
-, -- lo keep warm in during the winter BARGAINS
'Eng eh''cotonie6 total13,002,321'' latest up-to-date open-end styles in all colors and I FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story
3 a. a Grove ;
property yielding
sgWretmilee"in'atreawith: ; A popula- ; black and white Come See store building on Brack St. North
3fl stripes. income.
Send for detailed de !
o -nnuuu$3
f d o ;.lto.'ot .8> YQ8it026raata I and see them at\ ___nun__ OtlC OC /TC)C ''tt to $ Frank H. Davis, A pop. _Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford l 29-tf ,

(cr; :, 14j . ... -- I Orange County, Florida. 45-tf,|, WANTED-! good, cheap, pony
lb. -Orders for cypress field Company, near Narcoossee or A. E.

:WiU'; ro""J iac iimatistn, Neuit A. Furniture Prices right.C Oscoela Lum-29-tf Thomas Kisnimmee.
-eel _ _ ,Cr mp* Colic F. H. LAWSON FREE TOWN LOTS ON BEAUTIful -
Cot*. S tunt. Old ask."I MARRIED-Best Matrimonial Saint /I.uc-ie river Palm Beach
.wa b ra, be".:: i [ Worm, EoAnodyne 1. .I.I7 published. Mailed, free. The county, Fla.; immense profit in

i Ir.a.wdtd.oester.. 1. k t1Q 10 BROADWAY : 11 SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS. 10 Toledo, O. 49-3t! I farming,particulars,, fruit and and truck booklet raising.For write.

.. .r.terl..arr sin ta..orcxtcrually.25C, .. . for rent, opply to M. to Wm. Sundberg, V-5126 W. 22nd
.s. .-------.- Fl.reae..- .........t. I PI.. ._a/ta--. ri/tA. "'_.>u*. .111... .jn...-u.o*.
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r f re.u'.off BMlSUSWlV Call for a Christmas Suit It Now and

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F I 'htl'j' Dloek...tae 4It..f; .t.'t w..t2. ..,' iL.:"'.11 Press. It, SMontljs\ of CHARGE t

7 --t ,t.. toes -
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t:'_..."! !!,:.. ......... )uetS RE'CEIVED UP TO NEXT TUESDAY., flI T'. IS_ WIT. i .I717D17nSMMk .. nv ICT1A co T rrCara.
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ar / .Cou ... larwla fJ -.' -. erra.aaJ a VA aalaJ ITt/AO IIJ V Jd

ttlaay dlr!!V/rp ftCa.thS p1a ; / Your Suit for the Holiday Festivities Should i Can
su 1N le e1.. .t. tau..p.ii.. .t ta Yeti s Now Get a $
sad .it. / raid .

pa.Ta.r 8lout e. b. .err.. t re .It $22 Suit or Guar$15 1

N rt.. a.-pt[ 1H.ade.d t. 41Mr e... Royal for

,''ILw ee i Ai41.a1.f only . . .

1* w at.le..e ae..p. .1 rI1rr1.Ny u Is there any reason why YOU
,.NeWU.v..i 're4 should lose $7--ne1'J time
Aas ..tuitam. Because it it made to your measure-built to fit yon- a i you buy a SUI I T or OVERCOAT -
rase. wpm.. teas? I1 UALLY TAILORED TO ORDER. If you hare felt that the ,. ? That's what
I'crii tb a..r made-to-measure clothes are not tob" had for less than $ , do every time yon pay $22.00 yon

i,enI raas e4 h "'1.9arr.l. $50.00. Come and see how ROYAL TAILORING is making a'i i for clothes in a ready-to-wear

so ticall the same clothes to order at $16.00, $22.00, $25.00, $ '; 1 ;a store. Seven dollars of that
;,,a'r' and $35.00. re
n price has been added to your
St'wbI1aa cost to pay jobber and middlemen -

1' -In Here Is YOUR Guarantee '. profits-and other
Inm l.tb.rh. : ,, f unnecessary expenses. YOU
a..rImf GET
Into r,11, t M tdi $7.00.
I -Made i to your measure.A _
Seven Dollars is worth saving -
A q7'1r' legal guarantee with each garment. isn't it? So come to say

du 4 I shop AND SAVE IT
-100% process shrunk. just u
( y I dozens of
I men are doin,.
n +
-Cost no more than ready-made You have a right to expect a
i I lot from a $15.00
-All PURE WOOL. We offer $1.00 a thread for every suit Beyond -
a perfect Gt
ay nothitsgr ton thread. found in a ROYAL TAILOR suiL have you should
1 wayi efe fb t + ) the inner qualities that
could r ..--A.> positive fit, not odd when you get it, bat a fit until II count for durability aid permanent -

eoY police ayp aned ; ,4th _L I shape-_jood doth
and scientific
factl. that tailoring
n wasted ths!; I IHli ( -Lbtbtp rmaranteed to last as long as (anneals-if what yon get when
Id tend t doa't they will be re-lined free of charge. jl i a sait measured yen (et '
H4''H by me ud. aj
IddttSer'aa, -5b day chedal. deliveries. DUNDEE by the WOOLEN MILLS t

biro $o Com and browse through .half a thousand of the .. ., $16 for COAT,
"<; Many strangeadgbttbe I 1 Imported and Domestic Woolens. for FaD and. Winter=.. and TROUSERS. Don't '"

; night of i weave*-of the sort ,.. would expect to End only at the these Suits carry the '.

JV Florence a.ti'inl ... . a, . W New York .importing tailors. LABEL. Come and. $1 .r R
The book was 'OIIv ' Christmas clothes here sad. ..
Ieaantet sort ef :r! # Oar latch string. i* ..t-aa* and ee-that's all we $7. Yen get a guaranteed $22 Suit for ;
.the.exist! ---
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ro Fa ';. "Mse.e_ deraf-a.fait- ef clothes fnsa sa. Ufere'Ckrirfaas. willLRESSll'4G THE i N A t


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