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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 11, 1913
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00602
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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July 4th will for all time bo remembered '. 'f" ';
'", 'p' 'I' ,. . ,;/'....., :. ; her monuments of devotedness to the
l the "Red Letter inKissimmee'
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''3".. cause of learning? What universities .
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History. and colleges has she founded and nurtured
It was predicted that our city would i ; to a healthy and vigorous

be comfortably Rlledon, that day with growth ? Where are the governments
the of and civilizations that she has created?
strangers, us hospitality our -, .-. /{
people has penetrated to the further - What contribution has she made for
most ends of this country, but none the elevation of man and'the alleviation -
of us elieved that pnteUeally-UuH en- ; .\ of human suffering? Where are
tire section would be here to help us the asylums, orphan's homes and hospitals
celebrate the anniversary of the most that she has erected ? Where

glorious day in this nation's history. I are the gamblers, drunkards, debased
From early morning till 10 o'clock I and outcasts that she has reformed ?
there was a continual stream of autos, Plutarch spdfc\;. for all peoples and
wagons and buggies from the countryside all times when he said. "There never
and nearby towns, and the trains was a state of Atheists. You may
from the north and south that arrived |: travel all over the world and you may

at \9:3O:: were filled with people from find cities without wall, without king,

Orlando, Taft, Lakeland, Ffavenport, without mint, without theater, with
Uaines City and Loughmun. out gymnasium, but will nowhere find

delegation was headed by a city without a God, without oracle,
that splendid brass band which is. the without prayer, without sacrifice.

pride of that city, and the day's festivities : Sooner may a city stand without
began on the arrival of the 'foundations than a state without belief
train from the south, when the reception I in God: This is the bond of all
committee, headed by Grand Mar society and the pillar of all legislation
shal Parker and Chairman I). U. Wagner : ." So we have the value of a
greeted the grand concourse and' Christian citizenship emphasized by
formed the line of march to the Methodist this creat disciple of Plato.

church, where the local lodge of SCENE AT LAYING OP CORNERSTONE OF METHODIST CHURCH Th. dependence of the stability and
Masons were already in force and perpetuity of our government! and
awaiting the arrival of the multitude Christianity is recognized and forcibly

\, before beginning the impressive cere the God of Nations our destiny is murdered their king, overthrew their I: souv and inspiration, then life truly ity and popular government.No expressed by Mr. Brlco" in hit "Ameri

V many Roma Thomas W. M., had been designated t sealed.I government and from the brothel culled i. .' t worth living and man steps I future Gibbon should be permitted can Commonwealth. This (Treat; and
> the Grand Master of the have heard a few men who claim : their polluted deities.\ They CJTJI!"'{ &I.I ; ruj-d, to a savage state of civilization. to write the decline and fall of our thoughtful man, after vitinnjl and
by ed be who claimed the all their I 1 and attribute its destruction studying our government and institutions
State the but to intelligent, men I ed guillotine: with coun- great country,
to lay atone
corner ,
r graciously yielded that honor to Rev to love th"ir country and their families I try held of genius and of virtue, and Eliminate Christianity from oar life I to the failure of Christian says: "Standinl{ in the midst

A. J. Holt, who did the work in a most msn who claimed to love all that i when the peerage and the prelacy and government and silence its voice, citizens to do their duty. lof a great American city and watching
graceful and fitting -manner. At the is pure and virtuous and noble, say were exhausted the mob executioner I and you erase from our statutes every ': A Christian citizenship never says the throngs of eager figures
conclusion of the Masonic that religion is a farce, that the of today became the mob victim of tp- law which has its basal principle in I that certain vices are necessary evilsand streaming hither and thither, mark

Rev. J. D. Sibert read the ceremony churches do more harm than good, i morrow. No sex was spared, no age Christian ethics; you lower every must exist for cities to prosper. ing the sharp contrast of poverty and
in full provided by the Methodist ceremony that the Bible) is nothing more than a 'respected, no suffering; pitied, and all sense of moral obligation between man A Christian citizenship never con wealth, an increasing man of wretch
the book of inyths and ancient legends. this they did in the name of liberty and man to the level of Paganism; tends that a certain proportion of humanity edness and an increasing display of
church thus stone
corner was
Such is, of blood reduce the sacred of be debased and luxury, knowing that before long a
a citizenship an enemy { though in the deluga of human you right marriage must degrad
laid, and it should and will remain

doubly "society, and l a menace to government. they left not a mountain top on which 'I to the commonness of a civil ed in order that the rest may thrive hundred millions of men will be living
monument to the of
a in people Such men ought to. know that rebellion the ark of liberty could rest. They 'contract; you abolish every Institution and prosper. A Christian citizenship from ocean to ocean under this one
that faith now living Kissimmee
against God cannot prove the abolished the holy Sabbath, set up the I which ministers to distress and never says that the prosperity of a government; one is startled by the
for all time.
line foundation for government for man, Goddess of Reason, and bowed down misfortune in the name of Him who city or state depends upon the i idle, thought of what might befall this
At 10:45 the was formed by
and -that the loftiest structure that themselves to her and worshipped went about doing, good; you rescind the shiftless, the ignorant, the crimInal huge yet delicate fabric of laws and
Marshal Parker. and the marcb began
infidelity can raise'is but the Babel" her-: and lacerated their bodies before every precept and abolish every institution classes instead of upo the sober, commerce and sacred institution were
to the court house where the committee
had beans by the ton coffee by the monument of its impotency and pride, her with sin,and pollution. But God and checK every movement industrious, virtuous, intelligent, religious the foundation, religion, which- it hag"
marking; the builders with a moment's i was neither dead .nor sleeping. It which have for their holy purpose tlvdefence classes rested on, to crumble away Suppose ,
barrel and bread by the hundreds of '
strength and then covering them with mattered 'not that for a moment their I of children and the honor of Did a citizenship of Infidelity 01' of that all these men ceased to believe
loaves waiting to be nerved to the inevitable shame and confusion impious government; seemed to pros women; you abolish the Sabbath of I Christianity create the universities I I that there was any power above them,
and tired. Were those beans
hungry Do you wish to know the conditions per: that victory panted after the ensanguined rest and substitute a holiday of dissipation of Cambridge, Oxford, Edinburg, Glasgow any future before them, anything in
? Well ask of the
good thousands who, ate their any fill one how they I that must exist. under a government; banners; .that as their insatiate and a working day of fatigue; I Leipsic, Leyden, Nutretcn, Berlin I. heaven or earth but what their senses
when its. citizens defy God and set eagle soared against the sun I you overrun the tables where love has and the other great universities told them of, would the moral code
tasted. Did the coffee taste like that
I theirfaces against Christianity ? he seemed to replume his wing and relighted her lamps for hallowed re- lof Kurope ? Or to come to our. own stand unshaken, and with it the reverence
used make? It I
mother to certainly
Then look to France! The microscopic renew his vision. It was only for a helps to cover up the myrtle; you let country, who established Yale, Harvard for law, the sense of duty towards
did, and many say it went mother'sbrew j vision of the blasphemers, higher moment.. And you who are familiar the "Gloria rn Kxcclsis" of the Angels i Cornell, Dartmouth, Vanderbilt the community, and even the
one better. And there's no use | critics and infidels of today has not with histor\f know that in the very die away into a requeim, and you : and our other great institutions of generations yet to come ? Would men .
to tell of the bread, for Reed, Kissimmee's sight enough to contemplate the han'lu..t| hall of their triumph the vengeance take from man his only !Mope of immortality. learning which are the glory of our say: 'Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow .
it and that'senough '
baker, made winds'that commenced her revolution. of God blazed upon the wall Let the citizens of this land and the palladia of our govern we die? History, If she cannot
to convince that it was good The wit, the sage, the orator, the'' and the crown fell from the brow of republic who claim to be Christians ment ? They were founded by men give a complete anSWer to these questions
enough to take the, place of cake. I hero, the whole family of genius; the idolator. stand united upon any question and who were firm believers in the Chris tells us that hitherto civil society .
But there was just as big a feast, brought forth their treasures and gave The Petition of Rights, the Bill of they will win. Christian men and women tian religion; men 'who, understanding has rested on religion, and that
although it was of a literary character 'I them nobly to the nation's necessity. Rights, the Magna Charta, our Dec .should be interested in the government the close\ alliance of religion and free government has prospered best
Hon. Herbert
handed out by the They had great provocation. They ,, laration of Independence and our Con- of our country and see to it education, gave their labors and their among! religious peoples.
S. Phillips of Tampa, who had so had a glorious cause. They: had all sti'utipn and laws are the products of that only men who are loyal to Chris I lives to establish these seats of learn If Mr. Bryce is correct, and I believe
kindly accepted the invitation to be that human power could give them, ',, Christianity. tianity make and execute our laws.A ing for the elevation of man and the he is. the perpetuity of our government
our orator on that occasion. Mr. but relying too much on this human I Destroy aJl literature, all art, all Christian citizenship that stand* security of our government. depends upon the part that
Phillips is not only an orator, but who a power, they abjured the true and living sculpture, all law, all government, all idly by and permits corrupt men to I In comparison with -these bright Christian men take in making and executing

most forceful reasoner, and those God, and:l as a natural consequence citizenship of which the Bible is the go into office is a menace to Christian constellations shedding their lustre our laws.
heard his address were well repaid I The development and growth of this
for the expense and time it cost to he I ---- ------- I republic does not run along secular

present. The address here follows: lines. On every page of American
I history the God of Nations lives and I
It is a t truth established by history ] II speaks and moves. Every event r

and universal experience, that all civil ( I bears the impress of His omnipotent
governments among: mankind have I hand The mighty forces of Christianity
conformed 1 in principle and practice have made this republic the
to the prevailing religion of the 'people. exemplar for-ull nation,
If the religion has been mild KO On the hill overlooking the bay .
has been the civil government. If it where the Pilgrira Fathers landed,1 i l-

has been bloody and despotic, so has stands -a collosal statue. Upon the i,
been the civil go\eminent. I If it has II four corn-ers of the pedestal repose \:'
been liberal and enlightened I, .so has four figures representing law, moral 1(

..,.been the civil government "Kvery"government ; ity, freedom and education. Far ,lr:
stands' or falls. with its | above these stands", erect a gigantic
religion. Greece fell when she figure of Faith. With one' hand she

her faith in the humanistic deities of j jOlympus. grasps ttn open Bible; with the other
Rome fell! with her re-j; She points the nation up to God That
ligion, blind superstition ou/h. it figure is true to the spirit of the men
was. The strength; of American civilization I and women that founded this nation
is in the high idjals of Chris and represents the very cornerstone
tianity. In the principles of the lowly of. this government.
Nazarene the woild, had. it.s first The greatest need of every nation in

vision of a true democracy. Before Christian manhood The stream retreats
the coming; of Christ the majority of toils source; the great tides of
men and women were the slaves of political and social achievement do

superstition and tyranny; but by hi"I I I not rise above the manhood of a na
J life and teachings, men and women tion's citizens
'.* were crowned kings and queens and i The most sacred ethical duty the

endowed with a worth and personalityhitherto individual as a member of society
unknown. I owes to society is to take an active
True to their mission our forefathers interest in all matters pertaining to

made Christianity the foundation society and government.. ..
of our government, and within .the.full Separation of church and state does '.
sunshine of its glory, the American not mean that those who profess to be '
nation has developed and as long as Christians are to take no active part
the eternal truths of the Son of God in the affairs of government. The .
are the inspiration and guidance of I II most influential men in every town or .fr

'oar people, we may defy the powers I II I community aa a rule are united with
that endanger us from without and I some church. And if God-fearing men
within, and stand as impregnable as are not elected to make and execute
the Rock of Gibraltar against every: I our laws, it is because those who pro
onslaught that may be made against fess to be Christians neglect to exert

our civil and religious; institutions. their influence in the right manner
As American citizens; we may justly and in the right direction. The

boast of our national supremacy, ot churches, and by churches I mean
our material prosperity, of. the suc i those Identified with them, are the

ce8l' that has crowned our industrial forget I BEAN FEAST AT COURT HOUSE WATCH 'EM EAT. (Continued on Page 6)I )
pursuits; but the day that we

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'!'for circulation to members .of Congress I ONE ''different cities in Central Florida to I '

MOST MORAL CITY asking' fpr a survey apd estimates of I OVER -HAF unite so at to get greater. political
1 in Conjt'ressthus bringing.About
> cost of proposed canal. prestige I
.: -Mr. Hall expects to get the different better waterways through.the "
.. HE VISITED cities along tlie water route between' I. MILLION INCREASE centra) part of the state. 'l
EVER. Ft. Myers and Jacksonville interested His object in coming to St: Cloud:
in the matter and circulate petitions was to awaken --interest; !gather statistics B 1-1dOr
to Congress. This is not. the first attempt I I. learn conditions! and get signatures .u'

HOT A PROFANE WORD HEARD to open a waterway through IN VALUE,OF.COUNTY to a petition to the Board of 1- ,
"Harbor1 TC-
- ihs state, as 1t has 'oftcm-i>een' ;at I.i "Engineers KtvcTir y
i tempted by separats loclilitica.I i ( questing that Mosquito Inlet be oponij .,. ,
1 It. is hoped by united nction in the i l'' ed. to deep sea navigation. This would

matter of all the cJtics interested will nOAIlU OF' COUNTY COMM1S- lCive a pea port to New Smyrna inof -
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and getiactlon., I 'requiring to 125 milew
pull together I tea go
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DURING THE CKLKHKA.; Saturday to confer with several of i AGAINST:: ALL PROPERTY The reason St. Cloud is interested Buy a Home

TION ON:: JULY; 4TH. the buxinens men with regard to drafting l 1. FOR YEAR 1913. in this outlet is because it will o)>el1.a .
/' / the proposedpetition.. I port east of Sanford and will be line .'. ..
._- with the Water route through the t .
1 The following: letter from a citizen ... Osceola, I 1 heart of Florida. ::1:
of COMMISSIONERS AS Is county making prolrt'sK.1Thut St. Cloud people are much interested
o' Orlando tells a pleasing fctory I'
I question,wal most successfullyanswered .I in the water route through the state :
conditions prevailing In Kissimmec! by the commissioners Tuesday and will )beeome of the Central i And Not Insure It
during the bijr cell-ration July 4th, EQUALIZING BOARD I :| part .. ,
when they approved Ta> Assessor
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!but we wish to state same ''
Uarber's valuations, which were
conditions mentioned below prevail : to aid l materially in /getting the .,'
an increase over last year of something { much talked of eunal thut much
here lit ail till"'' !
I' Kin., .luly) .1, IJM.'f.! :\ 'I HIS:; \\ EEI\ TIIK1; IIEAKI II) COMTl. I- .' / like $500,000, making the total 'ooner.The . j Is To
valuation of real and ::
Editor Kisimmee'alley (Ca/.ctte : \1.\IS I 01 .THOSE WHO personal property people) of St. Cloud) through the

l l .My )Deal Sn May I 1 u-e a small I \1\lEIl E .('EI'E Last in! this year county the millage now $4,200.00(1.was plac]( .dat /ic- ociiilion>. next Hecember expect to toI'ant petition aur(Congres -- ::1: Hook and Land

spaie 111 your \iiluuiilc paper to ex \'.\ 1.1 .\1 I JON.nfui :liT'z, }bused on a valuation of .':.;,- and eMimates of cost'. for constructing rt
I Iaw them \ey 'I'
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... press us rno.IIJ.( ( () The commissioners }belie\id, cunnl l between St. Cloud

several Yi-Meida humlnd) infilling Oilandn,,together.. people with weboarded the affairs of the county could }be \\.11 and'II"'WII u '" flowing north.Mr. ::: An Eel I

the, npend) the ( iieat4th I"" ". mil) with law Hie county ,, managed without\ collecting any grcat- Hamilton quoted stutiMics' '.'
thl'.1, ri'ulvedlisation 1 r amount in bulk this year, and i -'- ,"1 showing the iheapne.s.s. water tran.spo'rtation 'j'
waforcibly impressed'
-I in your in iity.';'M ml swnys 'lir-t tin 11"III.j".- into an equanil : boanl luced the nil II II g'" to 2,1 M(, the reluction , by the fact that it costs 7.ri 1 And Not Secure It!
large amount"f pnxedtreet- and thoinughl.N, went ser I the books being from the general fund! cents to ship, u ton of coal froin I'ltts- -376

number -ub-tunliul' bnik ors.t_ ..n< <>f Fax ,\--'--'Ol' Ballo er, and heard and tlie fine and foifeiture fund: burg/ I'u., to :Ne\v': Irleans.' a distance .:. ..
oliipla'' ii.t of thit-c whpiopiit rlaimed their This increase'.shows Osi-cola) county I It ? IT.a I
buildings in city. Secondly! with i : s of :J.Odll miles by water. cost iI'I: '.'
yinn ) \vaplaced' III valuation tn 1 bv in a most. prospeious. condition, I 'ton to ship one ton of coal 174 mile.1-
the class of people Msitingvou ::
cuunliy j THE HOME
: 1111"\ s<. .n.Mt to ha\i an air of bi\ ond, I all "reason ind with the gleat influx of people 'I from Jacksonville to :St. Cloud.He CALL ON US
I J'ii: >sperity;; ;' and nioflil! behaMor" to a It was ,really amU'IIittl/ listen to this full and winter from the Ninth also suid that it cost4(1( per cent :i:
] Estate
I beforiin the' Kirks) sonii- put' uji. !anil if a slrangi 'and West, who will take up small less to ship goods from Jacksonville slip For Real Bargains.
/greater" extent than '\ t'I'.1\\ .1. May as quickly away
had been he would l havi1 t tracts and engage/ in trucking and! ,
'" a fountry rii,\\d a- )lure as you i present to Sanfo-nl', a distance of 1 l'-"i miles i.
I hail yesterday.! 1 I. un truthfullyay 'good grounds for belief that propertyin [ fruit growing, it is safe to assume' than it does to New Smyrna, the same fire Farms, House*,
that all day I did not heai one oath thisection wa- at the zero mark, I I that valuations] next year "ill i distance to Jacksonville. Sanford has : By by night, Vacant Property
nnd that there wanot a cow or a | reach six-million( mark. water transpoilation and at present
or one piofanc word or see one perso.nunder
hoi-e aiAo the that : It was expected that the commissioners Or fire by day. Sites
the influence of liquor. It was 01 an in county ( New Smyrna has not. Although; the Business ,
a day of quiet enjoyment and especially ] was 'worth )keeping on the place: Hut would increase the road milI St. Johns river needs dredging out in :z: for Kent
that same stranger would certainly I lage to K mills, which is allowed under I nevertheless, the ,! Property ,
the boat ride, ( and' rijfht here) let many places, / It hat happened, it may happen
\ me suy that too much praise cannot I have had Ins eyes opened if he had j the present ]law, i inasmuch as the hill I II rates are cheaper as a result] of the Etc. Etc.
; approached the kicker on the outside i introduced\ at the last session of the water transportation. ,'
he said for the venerable Captain I '
of the couithouse and offered to buy i legislature/ allowing the commission-I BE PREPARED
Johnson, whose watchful eye and 1 alert No State in the Union has so many
I brain was ever on the lookout for't' an)' of the property/ claimed to be I ers to levy a ten-mill tax for that purI waterways that are feasible for canals List your property for sale

the safety and comfort of the vaJiieil too highly. When the tax- I pose, failed to pass the Senate, al- and! at the same time receive so WITH USWE'LL
[ ). passengers .,, kicker' announced the figure which |though it had received practically the little attention from the /government.Mr. When It Does Happen!
r I cannot believe all would have been ',, would be "required to separate him unanimous endorsement of ovir people' I Hamilton in /(athl'rin"tuti"/
so if beautiful city was a whisky fmm that /property/ you could haveknoiked and passed the House without a illsI I, tics to convince committee at Washington .'.
your s.'ntin'ot..., }but, they evidently]
stranjjer down with a that in
selling place. You have and al.j. I ('ompal'inhi"/ town :}
protlul'l.1 ,
f her his brains with thought that six mills would |
building] / community that any state rat or out a with St. Lucie, which recently received
-ponjfe/ Hut we It'" the samererywinre sufficient revenue to ke-ep the road's j big appropriation that within
miRht be just t I) proud of I If ) ou a a
canto, rive the"e lines, a place in every year in repair and build new ones as exigencies radius of one hundred miles of New j THE
A list of the made the required. |
I. your "column, I will appreciate it; changes by Smyrna there were 11 times as many
otherwise till-in to the wastebasket coninii--ioners" will be found in a later Although the Legislature passed alI i people and II times as much freight .
consign rilitimi of the Valley (;iazette.IP 1 hill permitting the commissioners to I as there were in the same distance. atSt.
-- ---- lev) on<' mill for publicity purposes, The
l-pectfully \iiui 1I 1-, !.Ul'W. people) of St. I.ucie
I A"YAM( KYST. they could not see their way clear to I have been t fighting, f.'l'a, ,'.. for t
-. - - -- WOMEN ONLY KNEW take advantage of the law believing/ their pint ami by keeping. a )lobby Arthur E.
piissihly., that the natuial advantage- there' all \the. tune ha\e at ttonnut.
CLOUD WANTS of till- comity would induce thousands, ..'
to come here: ami... 10(,,,"'. Those who
Mr. Hamilton that the, :a Heap of Happiness' it \\ "uld says people
t hsietudied the boosting game fnun of St. I Cloud and Kis.iimmee' must keep
CANAL OPENED firing/! to l\ is-i ni nii-e Home-. both aiigles' know that the town orrounU up the tight anil by uniting/ with the
that advertises it r""< iuiieIftl -
other cities will bring about liett-i I
the laiger, numliei of newct
Hard to iio lutUMwoikitl) an ,ai h- result DoiiegaiiREAL
HIAI'S)(; : :MKKTINCII.I; HE IIJ-: llai kliriiurs tier1anil we, in keeping/ with a )laigc. J A committee of five were appointed
number of our people, believe that t the to for local)
HELD JL'l.Y: 12 TO CONSIDER you hours of misery" at lei- ariange organizing a
-''i'"r 01' at u 01 k. ,'omll1l"lOn.'I' made a most /griexousmislakc I brain h of the association in St. ("loud.Mr. .
OI'EIW.TEI: :: { ROl'TEFROM If women\ only knew the cause in not levying that tax. It I'j . .1.) \\" Squires, chairman. Dr. Far xY
IT. MVERS: TO that" hoped, III.- iit\ iiiunril will not ris.. Col. .J 11. llardin. Mr. Samuel i

JACKSONVILLE.Hon. Itarkaihipain) often conn* from/ the i xumple' -ct by the commissionerbut -" Tat low and :Mr. 1. ,S. Hall Anotheibiir ESTATE
\\ rak kidney.'Twoiild -, will take advantage of the law meeting ha* already been planned, !
-axe much needless woe.Jinan's a"d'Y) the one null 1i> advertise the for Saturday afteinoon.A j

i H. Clay Stanford, J.V.. Sears I ) Kidney, Pills) me for weak inanv wonderful opportunities and 'I
and ('apt. Clay Johnson of Kissimmecwill kidneys.Head possibilities have to offer the home- XKWSr.M'KR FOK I.VNATICS ,

\ lie the prominent speakers at the what a Ki-simiiu-p; citizen seeker and investor. The medical director" of the Morris I AND INSURANCE

big/ mass n1l'l'tll1thut will be held says : I'lains ( N. J.) State Hospital for the
in thp O. A.'J{ hall St. Cloud, next 'II""' I', (;i. White, Ki-simmee, Kla., I
Saturday\ afternoon at two o'clock to says." "J suffeii-d 1 fioni barkache) andpa'ln" ST. CLOUD WILD J Insane' proposes, to establish a weeklyI :::

t awaken interest in the proposed government through my )kidney.and 1 also I newspaper at the asylum; which is to

canal between' Ft. Myers and had a /great deal 1 of trouble! from the fOR REAL CANAL | be written, set in type and printed i AGENCY
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Jacksonville. kidney secretions. I Doan's Kidney | by the patients under supervision of ,:
I Mr. I. S. Hall of St. Cloud has been I PIli"hil'h I procured at the Kissimmec
the attendants.
awakening the people of his town to Drug ('0., lelieved me and at that
a state of activity in the matter and time 1 publicly endorsed them. During :MR. H. I. HAMILTON.: SECRETARY 1 It IH believed by the medical director :i:

as a result a very enthusiastic meeting I the years that have since passed, OK CENTRAL DEEP WATER I that this class of work will interest :i:

is expected. Everyone is inter 1 have not lost my faith in this remedy j j WAY ASSOCIATION GIVEN many of the asylum inmates Second Floor Citizens Bank
ested and would like to'see the canal i and I shall always be pleased to give j x ,
I WAn l. WELCOME. and thereby be beneficial. His theory
put through. my endorsement. | .J.
., A' petition III.being made ready For gale by all dealers. Price 50 is well grounded. There are few person
j To say the people of St. Cloud are $ inthe world who do not know I
.' cents. Fdfcter-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
very.mueh interested in opening canals about Town Lots We
something running a newspaper, fifty make
New a
York, $ole agents for the UnitedStates. between: Lake Tohopekaliga and theSt specialty
I! Johns River was fully demonstrated and probably there is a good working/ :

FENOLE Remember the name- lloan's and when more than a hundred people majority of persons who think they :J: to five hundred of all kinds

attended, the special mass meeting know all about it. Doubtless theie ,,
I take no other. Adv -.".t.1: Wednesday evening" / in the (J. A. R. I much confident assumption of the :;: dollars each. of Real Estate
AND hall to hear: Mr 11. 1 Hamilton secretaiy -

COLLECTOR SELLSPROPERTY of and the al-o Hoard who of I secretary Trade of :NewSniyniH of I kind on in the the outside lunatic and asylums probably as thereis it, isas Large tracts of work and Il1sur-

FOnDle Stock Dip Central, Florida Deep Waterway asociation ."..11 justified. :

fOR TAXES add)'(."- the meeting.Mi I Those who ha\ (' had experience' inthe :: prairie and tim ance. Your business
1 Are the BEST Insecticides! Germicides Hamilton working to git the ;
operation of know that

I and Disinfectants for. household .,' one of the compensating newspapers feature* of i ber lands cheap. is solicited.

\ : and outduoi 1 priposi < \ <0 (.In: \TMOI ;.NT WAS OFI ER111) ;j the is that it takes a- man's i if

I : ) in TAX COLLECTOR) HANDY: Birch Mountair I mind olf all the rest of his troubles fi

] It I.' hedged about by t-ui h a ion-
j catenation of perplexities that it i TELEPHONE 246
Kills the fly, the ai.d all
germ I
Ai "routing' to the advert, "i-erni-rit, that HERB TEA makes tin individual foiget' lil-
otlu-i in.-ei I Is and) imi'iobis.f Y
'" "I''a.t| | in the last live issues' of tbiI'iipcr. i i /grudges and his grievances, his debts. i

Use with a Spray. Tax Collector, Handy .mid all :i and his diseases, his sorrows and his D. G.
tin pinperty in this county, on :Monday Imported from Bohemia, the most | WAGNER Mgr.
I iin.s and all the other things which
$S2..r: the .(;lIlIon. l.i't upon whuh taxi-, had imt beeii, wonderful herb compound the ,

$1.35: the Half Gallon.; I.HII. liu. t the yea i I 1HJ.! people engaged in otherocations" are .
world has ever known for the
111 1 ic x\a \eiy little to sell, u IK n accustomed to worry about. At times Kissimmee FI j'
75c the treatment of Asthma Hay Fever .: a.
Quart. with ,
Minipaicil' other counties in the he I.' likely to forget his meals, or tobe :
-tati-. loi' the le.i-on that but few had Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh x .
A Sprayer FREE with the I indifferent to them, which amounts x
(;iallon. First faded that to pay piopeity' their taxes in (),
Ii i lon-nleriMl, ''' . minivaluable! than inponii' severe cases of kidney: Bladder, remains to be seen whether anewspup..r
Stomach and
ot'her Lung troubles '
sertmnof this country of, by and for lunatics will
FENOLE Collector !Handy states that almostthe I It is an invigorating
differ materially from of the or Chills & Fever No.
Home \
I / entire list of property .sold for L tonic, purifies the II Six-Sixty-Six

.tl Is sold only throughhousetohouse duY: no I taxe- \\ nowned by non-residents, blood, builds up papers in this country that are run PreicriotioA No.. 666 ii prepared especially .

: canvas who i-vnlently. were not aware of the the run-down sYstem by nersons who, so far, have escaped I lor MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. for Thi. a pre.criptiOD etlpe<:i.1Iy a..1

,. $6.00 reward for lho arrest and I wonderful progress this city and county de lunatico inquirendo.-Louisville Fivt, or >iz do ei will break any caie and MALARIA.or CHILLS'" FEVER. fT
had made soothes the I'.ve or .i" do.. will
in the past year and the ,taken then .. a tonic the Fever will .ny cae,
Courier-Journal. not
conviction of ajt-f one selling an I gieat iiurcusp in the value of land. nerves, improves I return. It actt on the !liver belter than If 10llen (hen a. 'oni" 'he Fe'ver wi. IIIJC

insecticide misrepresenting, it to beFIN : the appetite and Calomel and does not ripe or ",,"tn. 25c eurn. II acli on te liver belter than
OLE. SUHTLEI makes sleep rest- FOREST NOTES Calomel and doe not gripe or lickeo. 25c
f --
I I ful and refreshing. Canada's forest area is about 800-

/. FOnDle Stock Dip Till'I English, language/ is as subtle This wonderful 000,000 acres. .
as a woman. A young/ Canadian went Mills in British Columbia are ship
to London last winter and was making. [ medicinal tea con ping considerable paper pulp to Japan. Red and Buff G and
For all outdoor BRICK
purposes, stable, :
I a call upon a very pretty young woo j tains 21 different The Canadian Forestry Association I' ay
dairy, poultry house.-, toilets and man whom he had met for the first herbs, imported holds a foKestry convention in Winni- Common Building

cesspools. Kills germs, insects, time." i I from Bohemia and has been endorsed peg July 7 to 9.
sores and odors. 110 you have reindeer in Canada?" by Pope Leo XIII the Em- On the best German forests the annual Large Stock
:, asked the -
young lady. ) expense is $13 per acre but the Prompt SnipmentWE
Can be used as a dip or with "No darling," he unswere "At poror of Austria and many emi grosareturns are as much as $24;

sprayer or sprinkler. this season it always snows." -St. nent physicians, besides receiving thus they yield a net return of $11 an -- SAVE; YOr MONEY 1 () ---

" Louis I'ostDispatch.He the highest awards, gold medals, acre each year. t I I
Positively Guaranteed I '. -some of which are reproduced Four launches are \iscd in patrol'
," ,.,. ... Price: : I Saw Them, All Right. on.the cans-and honorary Diplomas and forests transportation in Alaska, which work include'on\ National many I i A. C. CONYERSDuvol '

k: Gallon, $1.50; Half Gallon, 90c; Two officers were sent to arrest a from Expositions held in Paris small islands and inlets. j

'' Quart, 60c. Quakl'his; wife met them at the Rome, Vienna, Florence, London Motion picture companies are making Bids.

11/1'/ 'i. door and said, ".Walk in, gentlemen ; and Liege' in recognition of its films of all of the activities of the r-Hrll''" Jncksonville, Flo.
husband will great curative qualities This is federal forest service, including plant
; r my see thee. ing, cutting timber, patrol and look
After waiting some time they got one articles that is free out work. Already at least two firefighting -

' 711 TAMPA STREET impatient and called the woman, Bay from alcohol, narcotics and poison.. "movies" are being exhibited":

Phone 625. Tampa ing, "You' said we should see If it does not do all that is claimed Application has been received by ,

} husband' pl'eRontll." your for it, your money will be refu ded. the government for a summer colony n DOZIEB LEITHER'S \\mnm
. ; For sale in Kissimm'ee by BIRCH on the Shoshone national forest, Wy 0GEWThr
'Jr.. .;. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY "No. fnend," she replied; "I said MOUNTAIN TEA CO., I oming. The plan is to have a central

COMPANY. he would "see thee-he did see thee, II Buffalo, N. Y.. U. S. A. assembly hall for community gatherings i Ohltmi and I..rllco t '",'"..."""ci rtis'T.v., ,
\ did not like looks I and separate cottages for the FIRE' i" County
thy. '
and went LIFE
out I
Sold by Kissimmc* Drug Co. Kiaslmmee families of the ACCIDENT
":;: 26-4t gr the lick several communal rtc- HEALTH.-
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l lIN I coming' 'up1nder the windovr. to' crow'" ,\- DON'T LET YOUR \ \ $ $$ $$$$$

APPRENTICESHIP nor will'the old hen and little "bid I THE GR WING,' I
dies" be "found in"the ''flower bed' be- '
fore" sunrise. In other words, these I LIVER ,GtT ,LAZY Furniture

NEWER-FORMS citizens from" the want public todrive domain the, taking fhickens the' OF CITRUS FRUITS 1 1Dodll i Posterity |

same route the hog and cow'Traveled. n'. Liver Tone Will Keep" It i ,
All owners .would be required to keep 'HPHE old furniture like
Working: and Make You Feel Well $

BOTH IN GERMANY!. ,AND..U, .S. their case-th chickens.y .were in..found Inclosures.--on--the_And outside in UNSURPASSED" BY ANY LINE f And Clean-No Bad' 'AfterEffeiti. $ !

it is presumed that there would be a .. !fi our grandfathers !

HAS IN IT, MUCH OF PROMISE act poundmaster, or it might to, do be the that chicken-chasing the public HAS ATTAINED, -VAST ..PROPORTIOMS i bought is seldom found l

FOR THE FUTURE TRAINING would be appointed poundmaster, with :. IN FLORIDA AND IS If you have allowed your fear of

'.INDUSTRIAL. instructions to.J'arise,_slay _and.. a/!; '. ..lmCEIVINGATI'ENTION.. .. calomel to keep you from toning up- m, j1oW u ys. . --.
Orlando Reporter-Star. 'your1iver'Wherr1tgetaailttle1I11I1l'
WORKERS. IN GULF STATES.- gish and lazy-try Dodson's Liver The old-fashoned in- I
Tone, and note now quickly and
DONEGAN ADDSANOTHER 1 r-- harmlessly it starts the liver and relieves i and solidness of
(By WINFIELD JONES) r (By WINFIELD JONES) constipation and bilious attacks. egrity ,

Washington, D. C., July 4.-That D. C. July 4.-The When you take Dodson's Liver Tone
TOOTH Washington, construction is almost
is the main reliance of
apprenticeship! growing of the finest citrus, fruits is you do jnot have to stay in the house
Industrial training in Germany, 'and horticultural accomplishment not all 'day. None-of weakening and :
that it might be desirable to revive surpassed in any line of the art, says harmful after-effects of calomel follow entirely gone.
it in some form in this country, is the HUT THIS ONE GREW IN ELK'S a bulletin today of the Department' its use. Dodson's Liver Tone is''
conclusion of Dr. Holmes Beckwith, MOUTH AND IS SET WITH of A Ticulture. a mild, pleasant vegetable liquid that I Time was when the
who has prepared for the United cannot hurt either children
series' of (frown HiHi
States Uureau of Education a study I DIAMOND.! : I, There, from IK a very the long choice of the conditions site people Yet it eaAily overcomes the I furnitnre of the fathers .

of German industrial education and .- 1 I to the delivery of the packages of most stubborn and inactive liver with I !
its lessons for the United States feet fruit to the which out making you quit eating or working I descended to the children HiHi
... "Wasteful though the old apprenticeship The people of Seminole county, the I pel must be met consumeri f any -. I _
was of the apprentice's time making of which Senator Arthur E.Donegan link in the chain is broken, first place Thee-: arc not just claims The Kis- and thence the
and effort, apprenticeship in its newer I .had much to do, possess, cannot be attained Therefore, while simmee Drug Co. backs .up everyone to grand
forms, both in Germany and the Unit among many others, the splendid every one willing to pay the price, lof these statements! and agrees to refund .
ed States, has in it much of promise trait or gratitude, as was fully exemplified either in labor or dollars, can grow the price of Uodson's Liver Tone children. I '
for the future training of industrial at the big celebration pulled and grapefruit only he who with a smile to any person who pays
oranges I Y; ,
workers," Kays \Dr. Ueckwith. "No off at Sanford on the .4th, when they I is so constituted as. to derive pleasure his 50 cents for a bottle and isn't satisfied That was what we '
better way, or even as good, bus as presented Senator I Donegal! with an from exercising his mental faculties / that he got hi. mon y's worth.
yet been devised for the main training elegant watch charm in the shape of I to tlie fullest extent can produce fruit Imitations of I Hudson's Liver Tone call "Posterity" furniture. : 1 1I
of the mass of industrial workers : an elk's tooth mounted with gold and r of the'finest. quality. are another proof that it is a good
than in the shops where they are employed >et with a handsome diamond, in recognition I: (Good; judgment: must be exercised thInK Nobody ever imitates a poor It is the kind of furniture
and by those who supervise of his invaluable services in in the choice of the stock, the buti, remedy. He .sure you get the genuine I ; I-II
their work" I the creating of Seminole county out the -soil, and the location of the crop, Dodson's Liver Tone-the kind that I sell
\Dr. Beckwith suggests that if alii of the north half of Orange; county in the treatment of fuiiirus and insect is guaranteed.-Adv. :29-lt I "=T n we ---depend \ '
employers pay live cost of adequate Besides. being an exceedingly handsome diseases! in picking and packing the \ : f
training for any youthful workers and costly piece of jewelry: it fruit, and selecting a market for its p. able, old-fashoned furnm ,,
I is a most f lilting gift, and those who SHALL OSCEOLA '
whom they may employ as apprentices disposal; but there ars very few agricultural -
the burden will not be serious.He witnessed\ the presentation ceremony occupations that give as reinunei iture, new only in style !
to instances both hero' and state that our senator responded to
points alive a return for th-e mental JOIN THE LIST
abroad to prove! that "firms. employing the piesentation in a manner thatdl'l11on"trllt..d | outlay. and design.
bona tide apprentices today find that I he had added oiatojy to The growing of citus fruits has. al-
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thWr apprentice system his numeious list of accomplishments.Anyhow in Florida if
pays. tiihic'd great proportions We have bed
Revival of apprenticeship alone will Senator Donegal: is exceedingly and I is receiving mucl) attention in OF COfNTIES! THAT HAVE BEEN: i room
not !solve the p.roblem however. ""'h"t pioud of liis new tooth, and it I other, Gulf; States and many requests I INVITED TO EXHIBIT ITS suits' chairs and rockers 'I !
strive Dr. takes pleasure in displaying
\ great
we should I< fordeclares are received by the U. Department\ PRODUCTS AT ORLANDO;; ,
B<'l'kwith, "is such broadening indus to his friends litre. of Agriculture for information on the |
FAIR:? tables in short
trial training: as will supplement the methods employed To comply with I| --- a com
narrower range of skill and knowledgeand UNIVERSITY thi.s ili-mund, the Department! secured I
give the specialized worker greater ; STATE fill in .Prof P. H. Rolfs Hirprtor- of th- .> plete line of the best"posterity" .
resource Specialization is probably Agricultural;: : Experiment;; i;; Station;; of At the meeting of the Board of
wohe wide-spcead in the United ISSUES CATALOGUE Florida, a revision of a Farmer's Bulletin Co-unty Commissioners!' on Monday goods. I
States than in Germany; and this constitutes prepared by him some eight two of Orlando's most prominent men
an added need which we have years ago when he was in charge of -WV. R. O'Neal and H. H. !)Dickson -
for industrial education greater than SETTING;;(; FORTH IN;; DETAIL THE the Department's sub-tropical laboratory I presented the invitation of the Orange
that in Germany."Industrial; at Miami, FlorIda County Fair association to join with
schools) then we must In order to furnish. this information i the counties of Orange) Seminole, Osceola
have, and in far greater numlx'rs, to FLORIDA\ BOYS.The in ,concise form the former publication, Lake and Volusia in holding; a mid
meet the needs of far more workers 'I with additional material, has been divided :i winter fair at Orlando under the name
than at present. Otherwise we can ) into three separate bulk-tips) in of the Sub-tropical Midwinter Expo Hardware
make little claim to really popular new catalogue of the State Uniersity I which form the information will be r sition.
education of the sort closest to the \ at Gainesville; is now being! more available for distribution in the It is proposed to furnish space free
worker's\ activities." j distributed. This is a book of :251)pages ; I t"rritory directly concerned, and will to the counties desiring to exhibit, regardless Company
Dr. Heckwith notes the present and sets forth in interesting be of more service) to the prospective of the character or amount .1
awakened interest inucation industrial edKISSIMMKK detail. the opportunities offered to live citrus fruit grower and to the planters and render such services as m&)'. be at I :;
in the United" States, but '*i Kloridu.. boys free of any cost. save I already engaged in that industry their disposal. Kissimmee _,_
sues a word of ,'nut lon. He fears that I that of the actual expense of living. These three Farmer's Bulletins "Sites Both gentlemen made a strong and
unless the vocational movement is l The catalogue describes. eleven commodious \ Soils and Varieties for Citrus Groves forceful p4ca] for unity on the part of !
carefully guided it will lead to waste university, buildings and the in the Gulf States," "Propagation; of j the counties in this most favored sec $ $$$$! ! $ $ !fi!
of money by States und cities and unwise university domain of over .six hundred Citrus Trees in the Gulf States" and tion in the matter of letting the outside
choice of schools to do the work acres, the library and laboratories. I' "Culture. Fertilization and Frost Protection I world know of the many possibilities Ia
He describes in some detail the German the wood- und.l machine shops, the college I of Citrus droves in the Gulf and opportunities we had to
industrial-education system and farm the horticultural gardens, States," should be in the hands.of all offer the homeseeker and investor,
typical schools with a. view: to presenting the Experiment StatIOn farm etc. I those interested. in citrus fruit grow laying; particular stress upon the fact )
: th> best of German; experience I Completeinformation on the five 1111(. Copies can be obtained free on I that so few people knew of our won Qb
.J; as a guide to American \ ractice. !, colleges.and other departments. of the lequest to Department of Agriculture. derful agricultural resources and that <:
university is given. i nese ucpriments U the best manner in which to __
IS CALLING! ; ate Liberal. Arts Agriculture" that information was through convey'\
; ORDINANCKIf ;; ;; ( Civil, Electrical' and \ '
FOR CHICKEN" ; Engineering hibition at their mid-winter fair
citizens of :Mechanical' ), Law and th<- Teachers'' STOCK RANGES was attended by thousands of people. :.( ....-.: ..... -
the petition of many College and :Normal; school; also Iho I :I The commissioners took the matterund..r \ '
Kissimmee is. made a town ordinance Agricultural Experiment Stalion, Extension advisement, and will give their e1
will CAN COME BACK ; ,
of that place no
the good people
; i Division, anil a GraduateSchool. ; decision probably at their meeting in
in the '
longer; be awakened early morning .
by the next door neighbor's rooster;I This catalogue also contains interesting r .-- August. ICKE


What looks most like a choice, I In'courses'nt, in embracing agriculture correspondence, ,farmers' institutes ;; I'SE' IS TUT INTOPRACTICE. i PEARLS :Znrol: :: -

'juicy steak?! : -' -
tender, woman's: institutes, agricultural .
I training, boys' corn clubs and I II As the' real pearl comes from the

I girls' garden and canning clubs, etc. oyster, BO to a large extent is the man q OLLAI
I On the roll of faculty.and officers six lI
I ty-one persons are listed.. Although Washington, July 7.-The improved ufacture of artificial pearls\ dependent _
the school was established in 1905 condition. of the national forest on a certain species The complete -..-. .
r there were forty-six. graduates at the range after regulated grazing is pointed processes are-- of course, trade
I last commencement, and a total enroll to by experts of 'the Department of secrets, but it is of interest to note
ment of three hundred and twenty- Agriculture as a demonstration that
: damaged that it is from the brilliant scales of
which have been

r two younng men twenty-one areas!
states and foreign countries. ( through overstocking by sheep the ablet or blay that essence d'Orientis ...-OU can accomplish much through saving a little out of
The student activities include literary and cattle can be brought back to produced, and it is with this essence Y
And scientific societies, Greek let their former carrying power through that imitation pearls. are manufactured each pay. .
I ter fraternities, Young Men's Chris a system of sufficiently intelligent .
The is described
blay "aI
tian Association, glee club, orchestra use. I as The seemingly litlle dimes andnickels will soon grow to surprising
I athletic association etc When the government took charge I small fish with a green back and a
A very noteworthy matter in the of the livestock ranges: within the white belly," and the essence is obtained and delightful proportions, and your small beginning will _
catalogue is a complete outline of ,national forests some of them were exclusively from the white
courses in bible studies Courses in so badly overgrazed and otherwise injured scales which are covered with pigment pave the way to a comfort giving bank account.
Old and New Testament History; the from reckless handling of the a
choice tender, juicy i English Bible as literature; Old and stock that their grazing value appeared of metallic appearance They-are THIS BANK WILL HELP YOU
Why | Nsw( Testament Greek; and the Bible to have been almost entirely destroyed first treated with ammonia and then
steak! > as an ethical and religious guide are Many of these ranges how with fish glue a powder being first obtained ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY
I| offered at the university with a view ever, have been restored and made as and then
which be
a paste can
: to preparing young men for service valuable as ever On several of the
I I in the Young Men's' Christian Association forests results have more than justified easily spread on glass "
STEAKS are nniform in for welfare work in mills or the expectations and the range is In the early stages of manufacture, 0-
OUR I social settlements, for service Sunday in better condition than it ever was about 1656 this essence d'Orient Was
They in a. class schools and the like An example of this improvement is .
quality are applied to little balls of plaster, but
I With the advantages; here offered cited in the Nebo national forest, Utah.In .
by themselves, and at the head at such low cost to the boy, and with 1903 when the forest was created, the temperature and the damp heat of STATE BANK OF
I winter climate of Florida the human modified
the delightful the ranges within the forest bound body the adhesive
of their class. permitting out-door recreation aries were found to be badly over qualities of the pearly matter and ..
I the year round, advantage which grazed and trampled because. there caused changes of color It was in KLSSIMMEE I I I I
I the institutions of the mote northern was a lack of any control or super
I states do not possess it would seem vision over the areas One of the 1B80 a Parisian named Jacquin
I that the Florida boy hat;'but little if areas was. at that time estimated to invented a method of covering small

THEY COME from chgijce stock I any excuse for leaving the state for be capable of carrying 3,000 head of glass balls with the same essence --- ---
I a college education. cattle Now, through conservative d'Orient, producing the first
management and judicious distribution .
for'those who appreciate I
designed A woman is smarter than a man. of the cattle over the ranges, and practical artificial pearls. I .
I 1 choice meats. Come i She calls her husband's parents "fa improvements in water conditions the In the north and east of France and Capital 50000.00
ther" and "mother"! before she shakes I carrying capacity of the range has increased Germany blay fishing is actively pursued.
choice. ; until, in the present grazing About Surplus $30,000.00 Depositor's Security $130,000.00Officers .
and make your I the rice out of her hair. season nearly 8,000 head of cattle 4,000 are required to .
are using this particular area and produce a pound of scales, which in \ and Directors : .

I forest officers feel that a few hundred turn give a quarter of,a pound of the
M. LEE. Vice Prest.M.
nME6 MOMEYIJTOMULBU head more can be safely grazed there essence. The price of the scales varies C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. :

SAM STORY :;w" without injury between 51.75 and $2.10 per KATZ 2nd Vice Prest.
lTRtC9L9R.. I
pound. Consular
PROPRIETOR PJrT! UtGRAVU''C' ?. A man likes to have a five-year-old ROMA THOMAS, Assistant Cashier ,
frisk his :. But if she is I
TAMPA-TLA" "IHMH girl pockets. .
MARKET surest test o-f the value of a ,
RUL BASS CIAAIMtCU' thirty-five i and tries it he hollers feed is in the result obtained from ,
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ft 1 T, P. Carnet .and daughter ,wef'famong '

: 'The\r alley Gazette.: I the the.4th Orlando hem people TJiey were who enjoyed thfe'guests I iiiSJ.! was )within Per.
| I Penn lie
i* Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson.G ry county, was the son of.1'redric
a t VALLEY and Eliza: Sou'ders and .
", PUBLISHED EVEnT FRIDAY,, OFFICE IN GAZETTE! BUILDING. Watch for the big Industrial Editionof I of woo
COUNtT. FLORIDA. W. Best and wife are visiting | one of a family ten children, 8
', ,i i- :%_ KISSIMMEE._ .., OSCEOLA: : .. ......J-.Jt relatives at Sarasota ;Mr. Best beingon : boys and 2 girls. One brother, Mr P.

W J B. ,HARRIS .. .. ;" . .. Owner the Kissimmee Valley"Gazelle next his annual leave"of absence for ;.A'i Souders, resides'In Kissimmee; nci'a
_' Editof and Manager ; two weeks" from his duties as clerk >' sister! the wifeof, Rev. S. S. Snyder

.' S. J. TRIPLET. ..- _-._ .;_ _-:..,.; I!, id- the local posto/lict. only recently removed from Kls.lm11 :
___u.u.IIO : \ (>(1 to the old home. The parents of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES; One ennY..7* ant Ono. year copy three months, ...... .l0 weef( It will be the most profusely:. j tender" thanks,through! this large family passed away some
_ .: One copy,...I; {months ---------,. __._ .. I I 1- wish to my the
-- but deat.hof
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.. = ;; ; the columns of the Gazette for the I years ago, Mr Sou-
"' \ J- An mmunicatlon, except from,:our'authorised; ; correspondents, must to most liberal patronage .extended the derA is the first break in the band of
'Signed, by the writer. illustrated edition. 0a newspaper ever Pastime Theater on July 4th, feeling brothers and sisters. Mr. Soudert
:' will not be returned, unless called for. ... Miss Harnle
matter married to
r 41 \ Rejected. .. -------- .. that our''patrons, were fully satisfied was Scott in
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.'I -- in K'limlnnnn-e.' '!IClrld.w, u areond.claea mall I tn.atter, ... Igollenoilt'inthis' \with: thc_: palriotioprpgraiii i I !: ': wepreaenteoFthem. I IhXt!--besides his widow he leaves one .
r'ps.tpfflce! !. }
__ ; -_:..,+,_ ., the :-- -- ------ --- 1iu11t1VocnIbeck r. ilrioude'rs'eamefronrhlahome'
t I'r: -. section. Very
Ohio to Kissimmee
JULY 11 1913.: \ manager. in Dayton, about
( :: FRIDAY. ; !
.- I .. three years ago He enjoyed the mild
I --.:-.= The Kissimmeeand I 1C. K. Buss! has topped the' notch climate of Florida and hoped to regain -$ .
.. ,."." 4 '\," ,,. I LEE COl'NTY) LEVIED TilE :MII.LAC.K general description of among the sportsmen in this -<,,'111111. health; for a time 'he seemed1 *"
"'. ''JJ J' ' Wednesday) he -killed a bear at the t 'benefited, but luring the last few.

_- '_ 'e.-L!:county: hUJ-J'n..Joing: ; stunts recently.I 1 _}It_haft given evidences of -- \\Osceola county that will appear in 1 1 i flowing well on the Whittier road ThisNvell I that, month-, his strength from failed rapidly.
jTuakenn.g"tthulTpi. II- rapid growth and p 4i'pl'rlty. The county: lifts weighed! six hundred/ pound- 'I hll- ha- patted earth's suffer
nn of of the )I had just been. "eompleted. and The '' I Heaven's joss a sincere foj. '
yeccived.nii.h desirable illumination, and has J been the scene some and cool 1 that .."'II io"f the lend. Jesus Christ.
wee// 's will be the tulle" i- -u pun- At
inns activi .1, ",:'"|1'11I', nt t to. I.. found anywhere in ,the South. j next issue most com- old hay, P.ruin'iume frun. the fuii-t, :a hii-banil' .. and father he was faithful,
"1. '= ',d.-t, -tape' oot .,f 1111',1"1. Its CountN Commi.shioners, have In -ati-fy In- this-1' Inn, to III -"" 10"1 .d voieil." tri'diT and true. His desirer

I""d a, la' "I ". hall" / : mill, 1". l'lI1'I.A-' o of publicity' in other words forl"tllqo plete ever published and will do "much to :.AI hot!. -- v\a- I 11 hii ," .\it''.. t.,",.. 0 } .Il I., n lesttned' to health, but the
,, the State to make -in-h a i II itli'!, on,/ t Inam nnlia -Iui' ''. ,1,1\1' I di i p tomtl' ,pietyo' \ characteristic ofI
., / 1' " I I" N the" 100-t' ru" tall '111 \ and III, ...nn' th',, I ugh, t a'n' I, al l I I I\, \. A.I t.'r, exemplified in hii pa
I )let'. IIltho"Jh", : c, "o''uiu' halt, .di'-' u--I it unittupped! till re.iipid i advertise this favored to the world. tint, luimt \\/a-( 'or"1. \ ,. tie, t ti i tlnoiiglivjilfering" and in hit "
, ) ; "I" .lute Iul) it. will grow much section! I'.l: ., I" Id Ili'. rll, -iilimi-sion. the will
"In" ." v "lilt n. 'I' ' 1''' I' " -kll l uu-h WllONl'l/( /( t I1 a-d' I ill to of (;iod.
\. I'I(" .a"lOlly. ,ti i 'I. n.'II'. '" 0 01 ,11m, tht,,' -pecial' 'tux, i- widely expended., iiI Hi. nin" t inu, ,, hnr. -. ItI, a Lt. HI, pt' .'-, ,i,, \\ III lie sorely misted I in
, the peoplieitlnl .' 1\1itt'pt, !tau' h"nu hi, -00 dearly loved,
1",1 'licin el\c- happily to gaud t hterr'tlnv rally tu oi'b in the
TIll r'.0.10'1';'' : ", of'h' "''.n}I' v '
] 'rib I nl, I linii.i-, w hoo highly esteem" .
'on1 uht at Ih i beginning.' If tin- fund l i- put
alo' .Ioa'' : pain' ni t t il I putty' and uprightness ol hit
iIS th,< ',...,d- ".f.. Goy? ..c n'a, ,I .. \il.,1, I lloberl-: -'IIII'y..f .the |furl :M )li .Rllar..pout" / a < oupi'! uf dayat I -, I 1//he" 1"111"1',1)i ).-'\ "i.i/.eiti i,iiinnnuiii i- hi. 'and/ lalatl..I'alld, ;in the I'resby.

:.lp'l-i I Iou: ,'' .', f', .01.! 'I', "u'" t) ", iI! ''e ''I"",i. \k to I' all/.. the. -ub-tantud ie- The Local Field L'r! ---. oger.' .. this the week of.n'.U'litug anew '/ n/ Ir> a -l, ual ,,.,s..1! ,'ra'ed/( tfiian, > lunch' of. w built he was a memIn - r in art drning' an' ,-di'bob, to Inbrought out in' July I IsI ,' I IIt
., ,. ,, 1.1", ,, " .\J'''' i 'n IN I' health preventing: ht. ac-
;1IJ1 fit { auto leturning here ye.teidayjuite I Ihr. Valley: ( ;iavette.. : '"."." "f 1'l.i the oilier. of elder
I A 11I0-' \11-, top o'., tl. plat, : . th,. '''''"11'.f' Lee lounty.' and ( a nowd. of Ki( "MDiiiieeiten" \\ itnt"Md -' 1.i.I'. I ,and, 'no, .J.mlil, the big a'puu.ii n,.-I, I} "r de-ired by l the congregation as was

out Ihat ,))1..1. 111''ii ' n.., till -h.'l of! h"/o-I.I'I,/ and investors' U hundred : the ball game nt ( l'IlIlIoIo'yo.-< ed.1'1'0' \ .0111.. Will l'i Illteletlllgand "I... (;iud the Father, and to Jesus
Inn"> ev, ,r ''t very, "Intl.... .1 t \11.1 ,,0, thr ti\pnyei-' The (Commissioners i MI--S" Ine/. Cars-oil visit leftVednesdac with "terday, between (Orlando) and 1 Kissimmee. for pmtiaited Xj-iends" in .
( f ( /i-ce.'i.i) ,:(,rutty. refn-id I" I U \ .\ I tl I i mill,,!!,'' for,' publicity puroses| althoughthe fleoi; !a(ria.Hi . whiih v\ as won by. Kixsunniei gaiilen-mailand 1 homeai.d la\\..." and indu-tniil.,lunhling-entirpritK and' I Ulio-t; .ono < oinforter, be all the honor
lull" : wamtiodi,, i ,il, 1 "pa--i, d by, 'the lion II. Clay Stanford especially! Prosecuting- Attorney) I II. I''. (;e0ger' , me ul\va\- line adveiti-mg" /' foot, and fill for, such" a life as this both
fur. 1hi-'coiii.tN.. The, u-aMu." 101' this action of" our (Commissioners knowi I v 1. I.awton Moon o't! Meadespent had the misfortune to have his saferobbed the '--fate. Thing- an/ so" \\,01.,1,1,, , I"n I ever.1 J IJ I ) SIHEKT,
liar the least : Tuesday hcie Rev. Moon iI I' 1 on the 4th, the theif "securing 'in tinwnndeiful put of i the Fulled.
1 but glj ru "say I'a-tor I'ItJt.thodist:
i ut. it i p / churc' h.
_':' _ I pastor of the church in his city.J about $l.riO., The safe contained! several State- that wold, -loon'au ,h.'iid. ,to'
u checkbut they were unmolestI believe\ The I" lun" help ,to ,ion,? -
I.ULIiIItJ1P1ESIIILuItIIr.1': I : : : I E. Mo.-eley and wife of Gotha I ed. The robbery occurred some time, vmre" the -!'c' -. and 'ale almotneiesary Inn': k- kepi:, entireh.'. on land mustI
'look advantage: of the celebration\ I' between the hours of 10 a. m and -1 1p in many n-nuiu. " Tmn- I I",,. . .01.I.p dunking. ' vessels, so they
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Edt, (,.. :New'ntk: Anieriian : to their friends in Kissimmee m. Union ..r'get ,thin, heads under water.

Sir- It is ,:,gratifying me to read in yum cnlunin.some facts comx-ming --- -- - -
the Japanese Ilue tloll. The mention{ is one to which I have given, a great

deal of study long before the people of (California' had awakened to the perk
:that this race of people was bringing: to I their country.
a -1 Imvr, just learned, that a lawyer in Seattle has obtained an option on' '

MlMM( () acres of land in' Florida. and' ,is -filing! this land to Japanese I am informed -

I t people] wake that, tin-tfp .loall,i- bung hurried through! a- possible M. ARMSTRONG.before the I SALE BEGAN 8:00: A. M. TODAY

Nevi:: \ er' k. .lulu J.-J.::

rm-lo.-ed 'in a httei( to t hi editor frono.1. 11I( ill-on./ ,I...., who i- -pendingthe !

\\I -ummi'i, in :XeYol: \k, athe. above clipping'' \ from. 1he :New'urk: \ .\IIWII.j ,

.j Holt, and it tell-: of .1 .deal that nearing' completion, that should betoppi, d

lit all,(! ha/aid-

If that hu- been ;"un,'ha-ed with 11 *. pin-i1' thousand.-.- of hi'i'f $8,000 WORTH Of SHOES[

'I'': a- good men a- ,IMI I lived, ito be handed,, n\i i to i'i alien la,,'. and that

that knows ,
tore one that deniethe \1'1"f oui
1 ares not for any country on earthat. }, that lilt I. overrowded kingdom" in/

,. the Cast; then it has" tonic time fat! tin -pint-' of tho-e who battled with the

Seminole and! the Spaniard in, the dayof 110> to '!2. to. return to earth and

: Kuide,: our steps hack into the path of true Am"IIl'unIHn.l MUST GO

I l California. suffereiF "" ('1111'" of the, an-ence of laws permitting' ; this, horde
.i of brown men \to acquire land, until finally) the people of that state arose and
demanded that laws he enacted J piohilntmg! them from owning propertytheir NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SHOES AT YOUR OWN PRICE

I \\ e all know the result California will now pro-per to a greater' extent than

II ever before in its history, for there. will, I be no pauper labor to contend with..

I : If/' this class is permitted to come into Florida it will force every man Cash Cash Cash We Must Have It '

working in a trucking. fieldMH the oiange !grove or on the farm to hunt otheY

avocations, for they will, he underbid wages' to such an extent that they cannot

buy the necessities American demands

I., If there is no law to prevent the Japs coming into Florida, then public- _
,' opinion prevent ;

1. - ,-- --- - - - -'- --"- - I'N I cash we will sacrifice the

Florida delegation lie is on has way
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to Went fount where he has a son at largest and most up-to-date
"t I THE NATION'S CAPITAL the U. S. Military Academy. From

, there he will go to New York and sail stock of Shoes and Oxfords
'in a few days for Et rope. -
r : (By ..WINF1ELD -JONES) I IA' I ' that
... S. ; 1 was ever in one
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1 I It is probable that Congress will
k'\ \ Washington, D C., July 5.-The not take action in the Albano -
t any ,
I a single store in Kissimmee.
r .? ,. encampment of Confederate and Union case. President Wilson recently senta room
f a r' Veterans at Gettysburg has served to I .
message: : to Congress urging as an f
f draw attention to the difference between ",tit of grace" that a suitable appropi *\ We are going to sell this stock
i the way the Confederateetei ,,, ,lutioti lie made fur the heir' of Aigelo -
,I anh have been l provided for cornpaiedto ) Alliano. a'n Italian -ubjeit Ivi.ih-, AT COST and LESS THAN
the provision made for the \111011 ed. at Tampa Florida. Sept'mbu. i -""', ;;: J COST.
veterans by means of the S1iei\\nod i T.'ln:' At the time" of .the !lynihing" ,
pension, bill and numeii other\ I nil-)) Aldano' w.i- 'n cu-toily, chaig"d! '.vii Ii I 11f;$ : This is NOT OLD STOCK but nice
which have serd to adequately" ( |provide a ei"line, not de-iriMd! in the ni't.agiTill. t'i.: ,
for. the veterans of the 1'uu'n "
1IIl"--Ugl' wabaed upon a -ugjretion 7" NEW CLEAN and UP-TO-DATE in
, army and their widows.With I faun the Italian jro\ on orient cL 1 every way.
a \ n-w to correcting this, 111.1 .
that Jd.iHW; I b paid to the hi ''I' anda '
equality two lulls have keen inliotliu' reeomim ndrtion by Secietary Bryan "' -, '- Included in this is High Shoes Low Shoes Pumps
J J in the hou-,' to pro'' ode pension hy the (hut 1111"u, -,. l 10.. followed/ in. viewof ,
fedeial) gO\ iii, nnii'iit fur ( 'rlufedrateveteran th.' of the United: Stuti-
action in Shoes
I and then' vi dow-.. caseof; other foieign! victimof English Walking Satins, White Buck Pumps,
.. Representative' Ed" Ind-. of Georgia ; -
mobs this
'\ awns, intioduced to the (Confederate a lull granting veteians pen-and r, this in among countrySentiment (Congressmen,, uchlpproprratlor. at Oxfords and Nubuck Boots, Men's High Shoes and Low Shoes, Patent
.session is making -
vl th"ll''idow... at the. rate of $:W( a ,
month. This bill is equal in its provisions 1-i] Leather, Gun Metal, Vici Kid, Russet, Tan, both high and low; in factwe
i to I the Sherwood dollar-a-day
pension bill which aroused such a Fourthlass postmasters 11: Flor- that it takes make
y? ? storm of protest, but was finally passed ida, Vermont, :New: Hampshire aridNew have about every style an up-to-date shoe

a year, adding to the something pension like rolls.$;KuOOUOOU :: excess Mexicoho,of $1 HO are a year drawing, will!salariesin be the store. What we do not mention just ask for it, as we will sure haveit.

first called! upon to meet the requirements -
Representative Hobson, of Alabama

pensions, introduced of Confederate a bill( to equalize and Union the 0n's. order of Postmaster for civil service(General examinations Burle-- Below you will find a list of prices. (See Bargain Counter).

for all fourth class .
veterans who has charge of the pension '

a roll bureau of all, Confederate to establish and veterans maintain whot ,I i h being examination arrange .in'these four states $6.00 Value, Sale Price $4.50 $2.50 Value, Sale Price $1.91 =

are pensioned by the Southern States
f with the amount each veteran would ) (Gainesville; has lost headquartersfor 2.25 ll "
receive Wff'ftt'' hI" a veteran of the the eleventh division of the General 5.00 4.17
Union Army. The Secretary is then I Land Office. Announcement was
,; directed to pay to each Confederate made here today that the ninth and j 4.50 3.75 : 2.00 1.65 t.J
veteran the difference between the I: eleventh field divisions of the General .
I II Land Office, the former
two sums provided that in no case including
shall the amount paid by the Federal Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri, and 4.00 3.34 ;4. 1.75 1.35 .
k .b:' government exceed the amount paid I the latter Florida, Mississippi _and
by the state. This would prevent the Alabama have been consolidated. "
''J government being more liberal to a'' Headquarters of the ninth division 3.50 2.91 1.50 1.19!)

3 veteran than his own state had been, I were located at Little Rock Arkansas, I
make these eligible only who are considered and the eleventh at Gainesville, Flor 3.00 2.29 1.25 1.00
'; I i eligible by the states, and I ida. Under the new plan the headquarters I
t grant no pension to veterans of the will be at Jackson, Missisj \
t i states which do not provide> for their j The gradual reduction of land 2.75" 2.19 1.00 .79I
own soldiers. subject to homestead entry and. a desire I SCh00 (
;! ,'
for has caused the
economy con-
t The Gainesboro, Orange ,county i sohdation. : 75 Cent Value, Sale Price 62 Cents ) .
postoffice has been ordered discontinued I \ I
I July 15. Mail will go: to Zillwood. J. ;M. Crumpton has beet nominated We have some odd lots that were included in the stock purchased from

I l' commissioned Florida postmasters are as who follows have: Helen I.been I Brown has. been at appointed Clearwater.postmasterat B. F. L. M. Whidden & Co. that we will close out at less than cost. r

' "} High, Bakers Mill ; Irene Chewing' I at King, and Joseph B. Williams at
I. .I , Jena: Frank Sullivan, Morris Park; Tiller. The following postmasters While the Sizes Last THIS SALE WILL OPEN FRIDA JUL
Early 11TH
jI Carrie Weaver, Olga; Allie J. Sy- I have been commissioned. John C AT 8:00 A. M.
? frett, Sanborn. Stockstill, Douglass; Neal M. Worthington .
I Lukens; Vivien C. Hudson,
.e w : Representative Wilson was slightly Stunt Marks.
:: improved today, but! still confined to
;,; -' his hotel by direction of his physician.He The "pot-bellied" calf is the productof
will probably be out in taws t : or irregular meals milk of all temperatures I BUTTON-HARRIS COMPANY'Fir
'{ three days. .and over or underfeeding.
Vi ''e "
' ''- A. W. Cockrell, Jr., of Pensacola, Lay aside and,, plow a 'good rich strip
i f) passed through Washington/ today, of land, near the Souse, for a garden.,
calling on several friends among the land hurt plnntatvK>n' It will pay

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FRIDAY, iULY"(4w19 13. 36 In; Bleaching 6Kl 'to 8e, Aug. tat .04400. .4444 404444000 Great opportunity'to buy,Lace C\\r.Maine. I

at Stanford's. 29-lt! .* Go _to Stanford' 29- t
Telephone No. 11. simmee II. N. Barnes who was among the Kis 4 W. D. J. ''.Sumnor, left Wednesday ;
people spent'Tuesday in The regular meeting of the fora-aixweeks' visit with friends in
Published Every Friday By Board of Trade will be held Mon- + Georgia 08IDA. .

W. HARRIS. Beginning August let we will sell i day night, and such matters will + f .' College Academy, Music, .Expression.' Fine'"Arts, Domestic. and Industrial
gingham for 5c and The per yard. *" be presented as should engage < S. R, Fields the Lou thman real Taechera"Course "
40..00.0000 '.C. Stanford Co.. lI'j the attention of every man in 4 estate hustler, was a business visitor Arts, Business, :
4> Kissimmee Preparations are here Wednesday.B. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric! lights, fire protection, fine
Weather i T. W. Ellis left last night for Hot I 4 now under way looking to the fll- gymnasium no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment Three teachera.oLmu.rc.Ii.OOQ -
Report Springs, Ark., where for a month he ling of our city this winter-with + .- I\ Bard n; one of Lakeland' \ organza.dozen piano.._.two_.glett..!Jubs,_chorus class.
will take baths in those life-restoring < homeseekers and investors,and to traveling men, was here yesterday! Superb new rooms for business school, equipped with every modern device;
waters. .' ... .. assure complete success concerted *, looking after the trade in his line. analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water; preparation for engineeringcourses.
Following are the daily temperatures 4 action I is necessary. 4 .
and precipitation J Complete 'returns of the national TRIPLETT, 4 c. D. Carroll, wife and son, of Nar. Lakes; boating, swimming, gal!. tennis, football, baiket ball. '
andAmericanleagueballgawee-may 4-Cr-F-JOHNSON- President coossee, were hereyesterdayattending Christian, but undenominationalexpenses moderate; scholarships
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reported by the Government c be found on the screen at the 'Paetime Secretary the big dry goods sales now going on.'Miss available. For-catalogue"address '- ------' h.
station at Kissimmee for the 1 every night. .
.Eleanor Van Duror, a former William Fremont Blackman, Ph. D., LL. D. President.
week ending July 10, 1913. Willis Chandler, school Commissioner 44044444444444444f4Calico resident Kjssimmee, but now, livingat "

Max. Min. Rain from the Bassenger district, Orlando, spent Wednesday here I
was here this week to attend the meeting I with friends. I >JI I'I .
1 Friday ______ 93 70 .16 of the Board. 4Yi to 6c per yard., Aug let,' DeWilton Alderman of Bassenger Regular meeting of the Board ,of
: Saturday S3, 73 II. C. Stanford Co. 29-lt'! Earl Kenyon, after three months arrived yesterday and will 'spend the I Trade- Monday! -night.- -- .. -;
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O. R. Bass of Whittier here under treatment with Dr. DcWitt ,
Sunday ______ 95 70 .19 was here!! I There will be a reception given by remainder of the week attending to
this week T. returned ladies' dresses
in attendance upon the Lightsey, Saturday to his All our ready-to-wear
i Monday _u___ 92 70 .21 meeting of the county commissioners, Presbyterians W. B. Witherspoon of, the this new city pastor to Rev.of I home near Narcoossee.M. -business; affairs. I one-fourth off regular price. IL C. 91
___ __ of which he member.There'll .
Tuesday 96 71- is a the church '' J. E. Mattocks and leave tomorrow I Stanford Co. 29-11 ': i
: on Wednesday evening{, D. Tindall of Narcoosse passed family -
z Wednesday __ 94 71 .1'i: f., I be homething doing at the July Hi, from 8 to 10 o'clock, at the through the city Monday en route tb for Mt. Pora, where they will I,
Thursday -_. 94 f.8 _ :x: Woodmen of the World's meeting nextTuesday Chapter House, to which all friendsin I' Tampa, where he was summoned toserve reside in future and where Mr. Mattocks The many friends of L. II. Cohoon I I ii
' $ night. If are a Wood the community are cordially invited as a juror in the United. States has extensive landed interests. will be pained to learn that he is dangerously -
S4aara a44o'o444 :-a:-<-:-:4ti-; man you be sure and you be there. I court Mr. Mattocks came here about four ill at his residence in North
C. T. Amsley, wife and ton, who years afro from benolr, N. C., and has I Kissimmee. and at this writing fears . ,:. ,
The Board of Trade will take action reside on the Midland several miles'' W I', Underhill, one of Ba-sscnger's been one of our most successful business air entertained, that he will not re- ;A )
11 iiTHE Monday night on a matter that ill of west of the city, were here yesterday foremost citizens, came to Kissim- men as well as a most acceptable' t'ot..r.1: r. Cohoon was taken suddenly r',
extreme importance to Kissimmee's for the purpose of taking advantageof mee yesterday ins his new Ford, and citizen. We, in keeping with all Jim- I ill on the streets during the celebration '
LOCAL HELD. I welfaie Every member should bepiesent. the bargains now being offered by says that it rides smoother than anybroncho simmer, regret to lose him and hisestimable on the 4th, and has steadily ,
I our dry goods merchants he ever straddled. family as citizens", I grown worse. up to the present time. \" .

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H. V Kennedy of Coffeyville, Kans., -- - - - -- ---- -- --- ft TJ
arrived here Monday for a brief visit
Strand wood $1.25 per strand. with his brother-in-law, D. O. McKay.

delivery within city limits.. Mr. Kennedy is superintendent of
Prompt schools at Coffeyville.Raymond ,.
Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf .

Work shirts, best &<5c values for Lanier, member of the .
9c!! at V II. Lawson's. 29-lt Hoard of County Commissioners from :
the Campbell district, wu in the city SALE-
Eugene Bryan is visiting relativesat this week to-attend the regular monthly OUR
Marshalville] Ga. meeting of the Board.

W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers I C. W. Bruns, president of the Nar-

the tree people. 40-tf coossee Farm and Townsite Co., after'a
few days here, returned, Cincinnati
Shaker pineapples for sale at Dann on Saturday. He' will be here
29-2pd again in a few weeks, when he will
& Uann's grocery. .
remain until next spring. a
Still selling calico at ;>clawson. F 11. k
2.11tJim Chas. O'Berry has returned froman Continues
extended visit to California, wherehe
Tison of Nareoos-see was among made a thorough study of the citrus
the prominent out of town people here industry, with the result that he will i
:Monday forever and a day afterwards be content -
to grapefruit and orangesin
good; grade Ladies' underwear at Florida.grow d
bottom prices F H. Lawson. :29-It!

In response to our question when we
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 mquned of .1 I. I Woodbeck) his reason
for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per f u sending' up u baloon each night
-trund 7tflr..J at 7 Cloy I hi' said.'To give the ]Kiddies 1- w
Min real pleasure and ii'ii.indopli 1
[I, (' Hu\' -, 'aflt,] an aliscnce of'ral I"*- it vsas t lime to onui to the I'a WILL CLOSE TUESDAY
.'\', ineiiilhs. lias tinned to the turn 1 In'utiM ,"
the Park
it> and \i- quartered| at
"Ikl" The man who doesn't take an interest -
in the welfare of. his town falls!
W II King, the St. Cloud hustlingreal I' uwa\ down below the standard o1good
estateelealer, was a business' visitor j' iiti/.enslnp. A mighty good wayto 1
here :Monday show your interest in Kissimmee EVENING AT SIX O'CLOCK
I I 1- to u attend the meeting of the Board
of St AUgU f]
:Mrs hairy Kogero of lade I Monday night.
i. here fur a visit with her: tll"1
:Mr and l MiS: I.. Lupfer. l IIr Sibcrt will preach a special sermon -
next Sunday at the Methodist '
R B Ward, the tree man, left Tues.ay -
.c-hurch His mornrhg" subject will be
r ,. for a week's visit with friends "Stephen's Fullness." Evening subject 'af'

and relatives in Georgia.See "Baptism with the Italy Cost" .

W n.J.Sumner fer designs and A cordial invitation is extended to all
bronze monuments, to attend these services.
prices statues,of grave covers, headstones, etc. On Saturday of last week we were Sheets Cloth rl
watermelon that weighed Long r
shown a
of the
E.: 1-' ( oilier who has charge .
fort\ l'vfpounds, which was grown
still at :Naic-oossee. spent .
business by J. II. Ware in his vegetable gardenin :

Mondaj JUst arrived here transacting Ladies' high grade htateel North he had Kissimmee.repeatedly been Mr. offered Ware Lot of Sheets just arrived, 10 yard pieces Long Cloth \k"(

:Metal, Tan dollar for the melon, but intended
Oxfords In Gun; n
and Button Pat. Leather, price $3.50.: *F.29-lt H. 'I keeping it for the heed. price slightly higher, 62c. for Monday and Tuesday, 98c. \rJHff-

Lawson. "4.: E. Mattocks, representing the .

Ji: C. and T. J. Sallette,,with their Lake Gem Villa Company and who sheet 81 x 90. '
families,. returned Tuesday to Okee- maintains an office in this citybwill
Clothing.Department 'J
chobee, after a week spent here with move from Kissimmee .: < a.: '
relatives. prolJably'durin/! week. This will ;. '< -': ,
place Mr. Mattocks near his base of Towels .t 1
Judge S 1)I Decker, St. Cloud's attorney operation Mr. and Mrs. Mattocks .
was transuding business hereMonday pent Saturday in Orlando, the latter In Clothing Departmentthere
: but took time to pay theValley I on a shopping expedition."-Repor-
'Cuvette, an appreciated call. terStarK will be in addition to
Also a lot of Turkish Cotton tin'

:Mis'Annie- (aigle :Mays, one ofLukrlaIH :. L. Lesley shipped a car loud of
!'- most attractive young uttle. Saturday of last week to Erne the numerous other values 50
and Huck Towels. These
]ladies' I is the guest of :Miss i Et ht.L\ ,'" I r Hand at Fanwood, N. J., every one ,
at her home jn South Ki'-sunmee clog select stock The fame of Les-' Men's Suits in
I lex cattleis] reaching to every Ijuar.h'r will be at sale prices. price ,
:N C Bryan left Friday for Bn- of the United States, and at the
mmgham, Ala., where he was calledas I rate he has been shipping to foreign from $9.00 to 15.00. These 1
witness, before the United States states the past few months, it will be

place Circuit Courtnow, in session at that I but relinquish a short time the until title he of will"Cattle be forcedto King Silks will be
of I I'lorida
W. A, McCool, whom everybody in 1 .
this section knows arrived here last The Valley Gazette: is in receipt of i
week from Beaver Falls Pa., and will a postal card from C. W. Ward, written There will be extra specials Ready-To-Wear :
remain for some time looking after while aboard the Imperator, the ;
his large landed interests. largest steamship afloat, being nine
the hundred feet long. Mr. Ward states in our Silk Department. .'; :
for the sermon at.
The subject church Sunday will be that he had a fine passage so far, and Department r :
Presbyterian that the shin! would dock at Plymouthto
"The Creation. The pastor, let off passengers and mail. Mr.
W. B. Witherspoon, invites the public Ward will go'from there to Hamburgand Bed Spreads.
generally to all services at his church.
thence to Switzerland, returning Ready-to-Wear Department
The Laymen's meeting will be held here about the first of November. I

at the Christian church Sunday afternoon Accompanying Frank Walker from will be thrown wide
at 3 o'clock, and will be led byJ. Bassenger, who this week attendedthe Lot of Bed Spreads, cut open
M. Gardner. A most cordial invitation meeting of the Board of County
ill extended the public to be Commissioners!! of which he is a'mem- corner and straight fringed on Monday and Tuesday' I

present. ber, were his wife, son and daughter .

A. J. Whidden, who owns thousandsOf and Mrs. Samantha Underhill, all of and 1-2 price. The garments in this .
1 head of cattle on the lower prairies, whom paid the Valley Gazette officea plain. I 01'

was here this week and visited this wheels most go pleasant round visit in its and latest saw model the department speak for themEmbroideries -
fails in doing
office act neyer
when on bin semi-annual trips to Os- No. 8 three-deck. Mergenthaler type- selves.
machine.J. They
ceola county's capital.C. setting are beautifully

G. Cleveland and W. L. War- ,
E. Buckley,' owner of the week big field arrived here this week from colored, made of best materials -
saw mill at TCarcoossee, mattersof Pender, Nebr., and are looking around I Everything in Embroideries
Cincinnati to attend to -
locating permanently. i and the
importance connected with his mill. with a view to at price should sell
most of Florida,
They have gone over
week.lie is expected to return here next but have say so far that visited of all, Kissimmee the places offers they at 1-2 price, Monday and rapidly. Remember it's only

_..-JHolt L I Sunday] will at speak the in Baptist the morning church Dr.on ,I and more it advantages is more than and likely opportunities they will, Tuesday. This is your oppor12 that you pay for them t
homes before they depart
Jhe Most, Masterful Man At nighton purchase
the First things First. Services for their northern homes.J. tunity. -. and a chance seldom offered.

short and to the point. Everybody '1). Clark, one of our all round .
welcomed and strangers especially. hustling real estate agents, not '
Howard Katz reached the city Sun- made a good sale this week, but added
day after a tour through the West and to our list. of permanent residentsa .
of C. N. --- - -- -
in the
Northwestern states, studying the splendid man person 1-- -
mining interests and their possible Matthewt. of Luxora, Nebr., who purchased REMEMBER REMEMBER
become a full a ten-acre farm near the city.
development, he having
J, Richards, who reached the w
graduate in (
the Missouri School mining of Mines the past : ('Ity last week from 1-uxora, Nebr., II "T
spring. As yet Mr Katz has not I has purchased a handsome home on CLOSES M. KATZ '
selected the sectiog of the 1 Vine street north Kissimmee, the :sale
country in which he will cast his lot, I I icing made by J. D. CJark. It is such TUESDAY TUESDAY
Mr. Richards who have made
hut l is I'onsidering'ery favorably an men a> I
KiMSlmmee the mONt prosperous and EVENING ',
offer to connect with a company operating EVENING
progressive city in Florida.
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- '" PAGk, .'6.' ,) ._ THE' KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GA ET1E. \ FRIDAY ,JULY: 14

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\ I : + .:. Co -oc0' -o- . 00,> ..010t' / . R.: C. L. HYATT \' :>OTICK TOCnKDITORS. :
{ Physician and Prcceedlngs of Proceedings of Ii .Court .( the Conaty Jade*, ......

SurJreonPhones nt Florida, Oevolaj Cvaty.

I .'":<:, . v the Board In ra EstaU of FRANK WlT/COjr.
the School
If ,. "ATTOWNEV-AT-LAW! 197' City:
..: '". / Office, Kisslmme Council S ( Continued from Page 1) to mil (..Creditor lUc/***, ; DUtHkm.

.. Res.. 248 Florid. 5 I trr and all .'....... having Cla '

..... ; '-t' --'-- trustees of Almighty God, and their or lcmaadI. ...'..t aald UMaitot -.
v . Tuesday, July 1, 1913.The..councd I Via. 8 1913. fidelity to Him'must be determinedby You and> each of
f Kissimmeo, July mankind yon art '' ;
... .. their conduct towards as .r.r
"I' : ."L-," -- .- - - -- -. D. -- --.------- .-- -. met .rejt'uIal7..lIelilllon, The Board--of Public Inustructionmet nullfled and required to present
; f 'l'M.RIVERS'M. there being present J. W. mcmbera.of society'and citiieo 7>f the claim 'and demands "which you a"T' ."
: ' Thompson, I in regular session, there being under which they live. either of yHi4 nay hav. a..ln"t 'thi
1 'A'ND PHYSICIAN and SURGEON president; T. M. Rivers L. H. Cohoon government
i present W C. Bans, chairman; Geo muchof i-ntiitu of lo'rallk'Vlfeox.. deoea.d1.
..., '' /> i 0. H.'Prather, J. E. Rush, W. B. Crawford While we, aa Americana, have of UBceolaCounty. Florida to tb. late
Olllce OHceola Pharmacy W. Overatreet and W. W. Chandler ....
over old
which be there are "executor
i to proud ialiened of
: .1. .TITLE WORK City Attorney, and J. R. Gilbert, said .etat.
: W. J. Sears Superintendent.
t fe.ldeme': truths to guarded and cryataliz, within two yenra from the data
---- '-.- --."- -"". __ ._1 HONKS"-Qlflce-J4H'--- .-- .-- __ .CJerk. '..lIlinut.eIl..ofth.- moeling- wore.; / .l.iWd) 1Ist, .6t A... UlI,. berjio_ .
= 7TfTfif BAN' a.-- : The siilnutes.were read"an3 new el'r01"IrObe; overcome anIse
i iI ap'pJ'ov.ed read and approved.S. M W. CWC,
of the last meeting. Reports of jected ; if we Fail in this the wheelsof 20-8t H. W. WILCOX
L. Lupfer, County Treasurer, reported .
it: + + * < + + + + + + + + + + I W'.L. WINN officers were examined and approved' as follows : rrog-ress will be clogged and, ours posterity will. .....
bills will the shock NO1ICMTO
I were approved and ordered pairas ,
; To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction -
iI t PHYSICIAN wollows' : in' :and for Osceola Co.: be the terrible responsibility. If we :\n .lIr'fIllC:! T JEF NDANT'.
will receive impetus -
succeed. truth a new
"""' ''': :+X-----4: +:M-oo-+< Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. .1. \\ 1.111) Hal a.. mayor __ u $ :m.Ort I herewith tender my report as .is-abe. .C..uIC (:_.t. Ttkttmlr Jdlc4.cult. .
l w < r. TlHiin. mil I. IIH !MaiBhal I _.. 7r, Ort from its victory over error; of Florida (.1..
-t: THE j KRSIDKNCK PlIONK I.' IflSHIMMBK.OFKK .1. A. I.iint. 'fiHli'r. *n1 an police j ."."0 'Treasurer of Osceola County for the progress will hasten on towards porfeition -' 47. l > ( ..fc.-rr. !lUU..U.col. c.....
X : .
.1 K IF .1 It lillllflt HHl I its "ll-lll! < _ _ 'I (Ml ; our government
I : ManhattanHotel tj : \'HI1NKII..".%' & (' 'lHwfllll Hll an l.rnrrnl ..<..h..i)1 l Kund.. model for the governments of the M I ) 'Ilndall Complainant. versus Ar.

I K. I E\VITT T. LIGHTSEY I I''it.) :\ its. -----i,!, ii 10 '1'.. h:"tIll i4.,. fi, ,>ull, liiHl l-poll | 6724..6. woild And the nations of the earth I Inn lill ami Matilda Dora Fell. h,.
) J \\ TliiinipHiin. Nih.! .. ::):I.L.. I IIKMI nt "i.--- I i\.d I Iniiii I \\' J. of ChrIst will ,ill r-IIilnnta., Bill to remove.
: : the
:: I ni.nb'i'I hearkening to teachings ; '
1 111.-'
I'otlm'II Cloud ftoni
I "IIII. /SHIM I .1'1 .H I4| I H Kxil; in JO (ull!
I OSTFOPATIIIO PHYSICIAN I I. I II I C.ilKi.Kv i 111"011"1' 1'" a nit' 11.i ,.1\,1\ f"1I1II" 'Tux <*$nl 1J::1.41 hliall I I give' themsoKt"! unto t lit' I hold Orilrr of I'ulillratlon.M \ .

l : t I 'otl ,1'11, . . I II '''' 'J'$" "i 'ntt I 11 l'illiMi4li0II, Trout MSHint ( ;od Almighty, who will load them i tin I Pi.(..ndants above
t named
ReHidenre Phone 'J74 ; II I'lithit, Mi.. lu\: 1>ini.tnbi, I l kl" \L.i..OnMTl all :
: :: until .
Attention from << unto'j"toI'Y II urn string" by affidavit
to victory
Special < 'iitini, _ I "IIII. : annexed ta
()!!fice Phone USKiioms 'r M. KI\IIH, .KM In i.\ mi',mil*,il : "Mill peoples shall how the knee. II,1141, IIIknowledge I III. ,. ,lull, ..'f (omplatnt. lll<.d In tho

t: the Traveling Public :: : \ ::1 i and 1 'Mini'III on. I '''' ) \ l-iilil, v ilianls' $ IIH |1"1 list t ,41145.41.; that I tinl.oid I is (;od.May Mini\ .' I J',< .II nia, anil< ,I Unit Matilda the defendants Dora .v*- '%. i
.J I i J.: I 1(1111( . Hal I" Fell his
; Iieflhl.IoUli
.. X State Hank Bid'Kis".mmee/ FlaT l II l.\ 'I - this republic ever" uniwiii tiuto (' wit.. 'mi noil, ii-Bldeiits I of the United
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.. .lust ncrons: the square from X It,-, in, 1402 l lIt and si\.'I. t mil, that their residential
I rii.l l jis..i.. iUna. prlHiiiH. : I I" out,' ( hnslian institutions. iontmuo nd.

I :5: A. C L. DepotKISSIMMEE x; I ) I K. J.V. SIMPSON: .J I.I. I K II lilll.P.ikiIlM.I:: I i.. ll UtllllHH..I I |i'ltl\. !lull 1 W i :liiI. : I >ul I>-..< '.....1 IH..l rio. >]>. I.l'o I. I to stand i intuit, and sluing i I h<" "ilKHH 11,11'. 5 i IH \41.\( 'J""II I tiKlund; Victoria that Bald Street defetidti Lan
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: UK h.11 1:11..'i> r i 11 in' 1 i.'M'i l 11 |xn I I 1733 Id's ol .'.nlighttned . ad h,
: FLA.boul f .1 I I t. 11\ ,..n.t. I. l (. .i niilltiK I],...d'| :i.'o, ', "Ji xx oi splendid oxiimpU .1 ti i "v'r tliage of 21 year
'lo .mil i. .1. I loin" I'm-; < .l mil ll i.n I I lIly ii ri' the holder
X A DKNllS'l; ; i : i It ;i I 11.1 I i ,nilMini I ml for I IntA I :.1.1 s.. I a 1IPI1I.IiclIii f .1 flit'. aIn of an In.
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t l'J'i sians in Km/' Hllild.IIIl.. 1'i; i.. ( n in.In.. eli -. -_ -_ _- '"44 1 . 1741 ri,3:I It j ,IH I Inn fin( .i. iirtlend that the Bald
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(-: :-<-<-': :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:..:-:..:-:..:-:,,: )i I.l I. i ll, I': I Mol'lt-"\ : t \\I i u. IIJ.. to 12 m. 1 II. ..HIM< 'l)",I n II"u!nili, 'IK 4'.II nt. llllltK. lltIi (_ _>'_. f.! :, f I, 'I 1'11<.' ..ifteinoonMIS iv.n o\ .' i 1' tow.iti'i 1".. i .bv I s mil in,nidi'd to appear to are th,'
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o : 1'.1. I \\ \ Bid I .il)l.i MM, (', 'Sr, :11, I spoils, such us boat races and lull' "I I ,>,niiliitit| . fll'd In this cause
.lotuir. Htlpl i C; 1 I. 1 1'1 If 1111 on'plo..w) :Nn; Th Jun ,S. 1 yrI V . .. '. 1 stiamboat I mles I t th.' I l.iUV'. I IKslt.iimis in I.. fin' I fin. Hint, Monday. tho 4th
:': I II = ;\: I I'a"" MII1K "I 1 lit I ?till I II i K; i 1.1 I' : "411 .nli-s, Inxil 151.l<< r.. 1.5 > o. '. ) on day
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1 .lo 1.111 114,111 "I I 23".1 of Bald bill
XT >. '. ; ml. l ii pu'l.' I 1.1.11 loniHill of complaint
I KV. \\' CAUSONDiMisr: \ I : I.MlK; V \\ A. I. ( (.1| Ill'' -I.I , ll. .. '1'I 'ill l of I the two famous '..tplains.lolinson I I l I.. iS ... (
I ) : '* I Jo; ,i.:.till i ii" H.11 I ,111 i* . '.11''" o' :I 11)1 I It HIM' II X < ( I I. I a I n till) iaacd by tho aaldI
11I11our It.iktr! }' lo new 100'aI :y:: i .null,, i ':tin. ., il I Inn' .,! ,.44'" l.4\I s 224 I .) , ueie usod* to take (Ihe visitors I. l ,ml,, ,.i MI sll .

: : ) :: i \ l II I ;lln-. < I :t f. JIJI..' h. i nlillHli., il I one.' u w" *'i'K for eight
I ion on) Kroadunt II t ud intriiHM, vI : I Itiiss A vat l.t; ."i i"i ** igilM. I ilt\I .10'I I 'or. 1 v p..iil 1 \\ 11, "I ..t.. is |I', I. 1IM ;,'III Illl, xantagof the uppoi' tiiinlx lo MJOX S' K. Ill' I 1\ w i < 1 IsM. In the KlB.'lmmec Vald .

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I R II. S. GEIGER to lh' of lu day < > BiaBidlfrN .
) is. I 1101.'I I S I I I ,"l \ I 10")101"s$ ) 1 : Mi.n pl.
1 If you v> ant a 1 I'IU'UCIAN! ANI itVItOBONr'ltirena I I 5.4 II. 1.1, < ...- I IOn II I" I 1,1.: .iI5.. 1 27 II.. : did a splendid. Injsiiuss. ...sp.uiall S ." ,I h, I .1.I v 4115,11. to nil whom
I l llS'l" i i IS th 1 it I on t In itt h daof
Bank Building for extending ] Sul-S4.h..1 lll..lrl...l >... n. ) the lestauianls and i old diuikstands ' 1 11"n' S''i V I I' I"H I I Hhull apply to
I ( ) motion contl'ad (
BARGAIN ; ( and all out,' jxople lIlt so \\ illpliasid I II.I I II I "' s I I. T 1 :M iI h"'I"I.Iu.....,..
Kisbimmee Florida ., of
.,s wutci. main wax. awarded to ( )-<'(colii | Jo I. I I:Illl I II I"oil) 1 1..1 I < .pot I" ::11 ,I i ,
i i- linlKi of I lrri
'I 1'O .I ?111011. ,lit, I. .I ft, 1,111, T"I I 'olJ ) tluit 'ne\cr again \\ill 11"'j i at. for
Phones : Office 297 or 64 I IResidence. MaiilwHie Com pan)' as per bid onhit .. I II :. 'I- S "II, tl .f I tl.4r4U., UH Ailinlnlatrntorst
IX. It. four t it of .1 lul\ b" p.imild.l, -- .,. .
ORANGE GROVE rI'a.| .r f fIn I I, -r \\ Illtam S ('hafl41114,
I 1 ( CI'rk' officeApplication .
- 2<)Ii. .14-lvr. I in in KisMinniOe: svithout a tilling) til.brlion ,". .1'. . -I ii II il 11..'it nt I th. HII tillI irii, I
n. -J' iriei\ed from the A. t tI. II. I II ll)I.II i- :i:: .114SIl .. *
. ._ _. I.. .1 I 5 .I. ..I..I.H' I : being' hi.Id. "ill. 4,5-' i i i I. sini. ( IllJt Ill \ final a01"1'1' ('.
land -- -
or to !grow i I.. I IL. H. t'ompanj for water supply, I ',milt 'lI. .,,.,, I 1 Ill S. \ ' or Bald estate
.1 I -.1.> I I" I It t Ii.,
i I 11 "I..uval.
PA VANS AI.NKW W was referred l to Wuti'i and LiRht tornimtUe -
I I 1\.11 i lilts, 'III til. Mil I", of $ sJl';s nr", 55 Ii'i LI'h.E; M ld.I'I\E l t x\ > s : I l'-d? 1 ,III.. I 11 \ |I' 1S1 JV

Oranges and I TANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD I with power to act I XII Illl IM ll .",,01 I .. "" i I. Ii 'Ill Ipi'II HI $1411111, ,, \ \S ( '\-.l.f'11: : ;!
\ 1) 1 1. M i : ::4 I I ,. .
I .A petition was I'rt'H'nt..d ) : 'n"'' AdnilYilHtratnrNlllllfr .
1 ,, I lots of nun xx ho \souldiit I t4iiik. ofsuuid .
inn' !
is. i i. 1'1'\.1 411151 I \\ III' I"1 I H
1 numbei of .
Stem signed t.y> a citi/c'ns,
I "" .
ATTORN ".11.01 I .i- 11.1WH
GrapefruitI'e EYS-AT-LAW ; <' like swallow' in spialldosi III "ll'* ,
asking that Council lonhidei pa""IIJ.1"of \\ .1 I -4-.IIS i Mil I :Vllpt. f $ 1 "poison 'II'H'II''OI(

an ordmame I to prevent fowls lunninif \\ I. II,Ihd Mill I I I' I IL. . 4 mi i 's, III, I "Innl III.. ,..karur.
Iltll'M ,II ,_(i Lit 'l/i'in. I Hank Hull.llnuKissimmee ... .
; u ii .
i M I I
I iHtii I i n I i' l lU 4 nil'
BUCKELSrrfV I Florida at laiffe OTi motion same'an U' I ''il.I'It.II'r. M t II\ P I- I 25" 111"$ I I)1) <'n II girl 1'1111'1( do anti 1)111)7 ,,-.1 I l\ I ill III oi01. '\T\ .II| IM.K. STATE

referred to ordinance ommitte. *- I. I".ii |1'1.'I I I ..Mil. .'It. .IHI :tIll: II to attia. I all.. rilln slu. u'lll; past. ipi III 1'1 I lilllnt. I ...110'\; ( ol ;NT1in .
L J I \v. J. Sear met with Council III leI I '"' I I. I I... |pl. I I'.lllI I K IH s. HI'| I

I gold, to extendniK water piper through :\.i 1 IS :. Ii:. < io of black' "unit plasl.: t on I tutfui re I.I..Or: ..r l.r"'II" II. h.y. deeeaai -

_ ""oh"i __ "i IL.GEIGER. which : : I I. I"llptl i i I I'lllll It.. IH s, HI.I Il ('e. S iN
l 1'1'1 lall1 .stieet1of cenicteiy was :N.-. 2 i :uI .." ll.s..h., ,1,1.4 4.1151 Il I" nil

M. TILLER > !ic'fcireil! to the lemetery lommitU I' s> I I." |pro I. l'..Ml T'I ...IS s. S I I. \Vhtn a \tllliltl '$( )-s ixpinixelobwib I .11, m.." 1Ili1. I",I-. 'lis.t' Ills Hi.. JOth n'hom day
,- ATTORNEY- AT-LAW ( omiminuation from Otto I'loctxasking :\:1.: I Ml -.1' 'I' ' Ml1'' \ I 1'n I shall 1
Council order s- I I. I l.llpfll' '.. I'lllll I 111 i .;IH S S ll I I silk I stoikings 1<< I I I on 4 the ,1"1'1| I I ;'I.. HiII: 1.1,1., 1.11,1.I :|. M Mlrnv, : Judge apply: l

Othce that sidewalksS 7\o 4 :. ,.::1 ..f I .a'.1, l ', ,, ,. ,
j State Bank Huildingl S it .is a that she the 1".1 -slIt' ? .1 ? ,. .r |I'.bale. fSlln
< Real Estate Agency. ; : laid on we-t i side of Maple avenue :"s I I. I l.ul'|ll." t 1 '(I 111 1"8 I s, S. [I'i sign wears: Iiii\ .il ills I hurt. IN \dinlnlstratTlx,

l K iH ..mmee. Florid. Same as lefeired' to street ('ommittce S 7\ .. r. 1 I', ,lent kind xxhi.nho I is lit home i ..r( I It... M .1,u l ,.r I i.. .II,ik. I II) I lv %', iliceaa].

4 StSflSSSttttStatSt'S' :[ .1 I I. I >\ 4 IHt I S ,.1 1. ,I. I III" llMK/ 1 1..1 I ISll ..1 1 "i,is,d I I 11,1 it ,,1 I I tii till rn" I time I will
EO. F. F I Illl"I ': I :, Some lI1<'nun', go to I ihunh} on I II., s. nt' t III. -.","| "'in l in" iinai.

S Realty bought and sold ( .J PAHKER The mattei" of extension to building I .\ 1111 I ii, an :s., .tlII", (4., su 1'1'11.| sI /I" ill' Sunday Ixiuusi thi \' )ha\t. lo" n i- \dn' ,,, ., , 'IMX, ..r K '1,1 I iati"C",1,1 and
: of R. I 1)) Waring & ('o. was on motion I "IHH \ .1 1 I ;1l/. I'I. {1.1 Ik I :.11 : I 511' I I. .i I n."I n, 11 1'1"i i '." > 11 I II ,
< Houses rented. AttorneyatLaw.Collections' I iffened to the I City Attorney I I"1 :V.;. 'S ll |..pll..s Sll I h.Kll I .. to a si i moll at holmMI \% 4-4k I h. :S I 4 I II I .' .
4 Taxes paid and Titles ver- I' and Conveyancing Communication from J. E. Bass ill I John II )liiisil.. .n. I il.oi. -.(. h. I 1:1: 101. 1114 Class is that rare/ something I hat -I 11 '" '-I .I _.Administratrix.

ified for non-residents II'j' i'Kaid to crossing on Ieimuda avenue I It "'lI1l1h.I..h-, , I ;.. I :." nalJes: some guU 1 to look .|.1\'I.h| | man -
4 Specialties. was referred to the street committee 1,1\'.It*"I H A. I *.II. Hull 11111; I .I HUp tinier for I'll 1,1 lest Ion.Mil .
Fire Life and Accident In- pill H :5.4 ll..ol I Nil I IKlIBH :3 1144 old wash

...... I II I Broadway. I O.iI' S "111'1'11.|l| .H S l I ll .:Nil; rlMlM :" 4 ::1"I I If l natuie II : IN I"U'I'U'IU'
surance. not I It lit.rill
were so with t
with Council
A. E. I Donegaii met I IllHbll. MlllpHIIII" , KIH.illlKmi I .
Indemnity Bonds. t and asked that the Council consider < < . 4 .IH") LOIS' and noses: ando sting with I 1\ I U UK I II I
F. KRIBBSATTORNEY )l1I..s1.1. C. Br) ..... fiH 4' ...... IIU"'IPY'"V'' (JJ. opening/{ up Diury avenue through ..H H.-trrl \\'llcox. icrud coin. \. 4 00 foreheads and chins men would be j ( III. -

Cape Breeze, on. motion same was referred MIHH I llcilbi'th: Aultinan. ..a I. better looking. COUNTY.IN .'

AT LAW; KISSIMMEE, FLA to street .committee and also teacher school No. 1 '18.00 ( IIANCKII1.
<". N. Cnriu-H: Hal l lHh.; I Ien are like factory whistles.
in regard to extension of sewerage r The J. .. '
Examination of Titles a Specialy. No. i _.u_. .- _.-________?_ 2200 ".i.lViill"iiifi rM"ll"l"i *. n. 111. ".
' : referred water and more insignificant the .
: DR. WM HARPER which was to light Miss Zoo : HItw, t'li. sal. teacher plant the more < -

Notification and payment of taxes of committee.. V Kchool No. 21 _.______r----. 4(1( .u<0 st' 'iswasted in making a noise. .i" appearing' ? '1V affidavit appended to
OltixviiH Hank Int 6 _ 120.(no I 1 hi the '
nonresidentsnven careful Mr. S. J. Triplett, reprebenting the IIIOH > I'1 ovetated caus
OSTEOPATHt I A married man can make a hit with I tOll' It >II HII1II11.
t attentIon. Valley Gazette asked the council to Tin I 11.5111" put i'hit HI'il an m, ,,nil fin, .I" I I" ".""'. II' I. defendant
. '
bunih n "J/r'old"nt
----- --- - make an appropriation for advertising i.,luhldollars 4 Ijsdliil' ) fiom J \\' II if girls by announcing{ that : Mil.' of "ll 1.,, hl.l. ,,,,"| hjs nsldence of the Is

I'l ,'iltil. lot H to the "special edition as pltasps at home -IS tic-
Hut of
STECIAL/ST/ IN / llllrposl's i "OMI MM nil,, .it ion ..r II" tIUM4ISH In.. anilfur I Itiit. , ."s" twen5lt51 -
CHRONIC DISEASES I I )AT JOHNSTON now / up by the Valley Gazette suh | iHlrlt| Nil .1.I th. MIIII. in ill. veteranknow hi is a liar I IHI, Hild., \ ,Ih.ltltl, ?',,1"111! 1B Ih..r,d. r,.,fore,dnnt ordered be and

After considering on .p.ild for out of Suli-lilntt I t I lumlH, 455. 'II ii."
p I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW motion it was so ordered that same the,city It. < i 1 linniaH It''I',1' IM'foil. th' Eternity seems quite a spaie to an'' l:lilt:; 7.r" ; -".III"I" I I'I.;:|\ : : :'I.| ill In: "I'P'ar 514111(:| to the

CONSUL TA T/OM EAMNArCN, I REI' Hiiatd. aiul Htiitiil, that. all of (tin' ihllilrti old I. cause on
10-11 I Citizens Bank Building make of $(iO.00 for man Hut with a growing boit l' i'u'i" H" lat! lIlt'. -s-member. A-
f an appropriation living) at or mar s. hnol :Nn; 2. i I I :! ,,.' .. ",. ltll-gations
KIS&IMMEE FLA not less than one page for city's writeup AHhton) : ixicptitiK out I lit attilliltd 1(11( ill as nothing ('ompaied I with the time, hii.i. hIll will rwl", ,.k'n> of
Kissimmee :
Florida I :: ; \: : 'iB cunfesed
i, and Mr. L. H Cohoon was appointed St. ( loud; SCilIlIli., .anI l I IEI' rm iili,1irth. i between meals .:" ..1 ..r"w'anl I tty
TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS. SATURDAYS ,' lultnj of I lu liuniil. thin, nut l III-- "' 'Ill rh" rOll '
OFF CEo CENTRAL HOTEL a committee of one to look in" till HI'hol" 1'15. it would l I.l. ItllpOHHlllll' I Onto upon a time fulhcr I n, pulillHh.d. OIK. "' hat this order
home K..k
OUI8 C MABHKY T. PICTON WARLOW over and accept proofs.Mr. I.*T th I .-m to "' iiitalti. .a H<'lioiil. atMh wint llIIH,, ...11I"'k a for eight
l..t.. Couniel for Judge "f the t Hi I ..Mtf'il thf Hoartlo to dinner and l sat down to his \,.. .. I" ( II. KI..lmm..e.11.
on nixtiai u
Florida R. R. lomm. Criminal CourtltJ.ASSEY >>>. B. Bailey ask d relief on personal .i-ii] soup \ I ;117..1'I It., .. tl. 54 IIPIipl.r publiato-d
upptoprtal. . tin Hun of 125 Oo 'r ill H..II
lie I
PHONE 71515 ORLANDO FLA tax, claiming same to be er pi puked up the salt shaker and 'JlII"Y I a"Iil H''I.'
& WARLOW niinth. out or tlnk appropriation. niadi II 'I IHH, 'lth, I daj ,.r .| un,. 1512
roneous whereupon it was agreed by fnl School I No 2 ror tin' .purpuHiof was t filled Ho nervously grasped: ( for klMu'i.J'l I"V'"STHKKT' :
Council that satisfactory proof I haullnx Hald i iRht ihlldn to st I'loud I ; I J.' (Seal
upon the ::1. rk
I I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOSAT to collector that same was in error, I Hcliool No. Ib Mr ThuinaM alnu Httiti'd popper shakir STill l it was also soil ''' 'ir for Complainant Circuit Court 11-tt
LAW that he had m < u 'th Suh-Hchool I 1)111. filled Two hours
said tax should be placed on erroneous trlct Triiatc. In. und fur hoolDlHllUt l |lal"I' they were I

BULLOCK Prartiro In all the Court of the Htal and ati list. No.1 .and tln.). had' measuring father for a wooden .
i the United State*. also bc'or. the Florid. Ratl. him that there would bt nn objtctlon I o\ei- I ll \IKMKftT..
.' I| mad Comml* alon. and the Interstate Commerce A plat showing proposed ditch to aald chlldtcn attcndliiHT th.i Ht Cloud I coat The shock was too great .

I Commi.lOn. through Droughts addition'was pre Hi.tiolil; Afttr conmdcrliiK the When a married I Isis, 'N'' ,.r"1,,,.'. H"'II"n 32. Chapter 6 9l6
man is building a I i I.,Ia.
11-U CHARLESTON BLDG. ORLANDO. FLA. sented to Council which was on motion Hears was InHtructed to wrltu tin / air ..'f Khowln' th eamount
y REAL ESTATE I 341 JTNDRE : filed as information.The $ ; Superintendent giving, bltnlthi'fattH :: castles his wife seldom occupies Isi tI H ,III, ?..,1 .Ill, lht< Tax Collector,
any "f iiHi.oia' 1, ', ,
In the and his ( lnj Florida ,
mllth-r. r'.qu..IIr.K of the to be cM
.................... .. finance committee was instructed oplnlfin I on the aul LIJI.cThe .t handsome apartments I I. .I'd i 1'.t< II t,.. itirrint ).ear. 1 U. and

I\. \\ JOHNSON to arrange to obtain funds to carry term of Hpt clal tax school dlHtrlct The anti-corset fashion has shot I Ui... iipiMiilKinm., .,,,| ,.r !the same to th-
INSURANCEExamination trusteeB In and for Huh-B 'htiol a \.1 rU".I"' (III,
paving certificates when it becomes < the thutes ; which taxes lm.lnl \-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW to in foreclosure I District No. 2 Imvlnn I .cxplnd the li.iuidtirdered Skinney women couldn't h. I II I. 1.,1
necessary carry an tltttlun to l>, h.-Id on Sttt
Will Practice in all Courts proceedings. : urd..).. AUKUHt 2. A. I). 1913. .at NitrIIO$504 /KO I them and fat women .II"oOl..n I nt 1 '..i..ty .'...d..

of Titles a State and Federal The City Attorney was instructedto .. ill and foi Suli-S* houl, UlnttlitNo wouldn't IO without them ., I.'. IBIlt.
2. to decide the amount of tnlllaK .
Office adjoining Broadway proceed tp collect any and all paving -. ... I notice that the It.1' \iliu
to be .. .c..d amiunll> for tin next 'spring style in .""" Hill,
I Citizens Bank Kissimmee or side-walk certificates when due. two ytarB and als' i tu i'lect thu truHte skirts \ ,, IIHH. aMIli 1 Ig.JTOSK
: Specialty.Corresoondence just """ I "II. 1 '1.,1
jih affettionnte
; .1 The Mayor reported the appoint- ..m for tin next two y..H.. The llourd, as the I 17.79H !9"

.' ment of Mr. Howell Bass as night appointed K 1.. Evans. . M L. Tyndall old kind Tampa TribuneS'VI'IK'VI iI.111,5. I 'Ill I I.. i ,,11"1 |1111 680 1JI
and. Harmon Hull InnpectorH. and K I
.,' Solicited. police to fill vacancy caused by resignation \V Hill CI.-rk of milI tledlun. huptHearB -- I ;. ", I .1 I "5.. I s-....I I I" ,nnilnnl ; .

1 J. W. Thompson.FUNERAL .. of J. A. Lancaster which was waH Inntructid to' |iul llMh noll.(. <. .. Ol"' """.: "w % lit ;;iin'. I .11.. .1 ",'' iIM.eesiI'1 25.711 Sl

approved by CouTncil.. of said lection aciordlnR 'to law. 4111,1to Ei.: "i/ till. I. IION- \.1' ",'II. II 'I l !5 '114 B4 ,",
snake all urranKeiuentH for ...1,1 I': .. I ,: (
I There being/ no further business the .. "f tin Kl.s.simm.; ) \' ,. ". ". .. -
i l t t ton itIi| | < I ,. ., (It. Ill'i I I ' "" I. I ,'.Ill I 61732
I I Council adjourned to meet in regular I Itemlzid, Htlmati. for Sub-SihuolDlBtrlct i IlKlllll Wl.kU. lit KlBMlnil".... II.', ,!I. I. ".511.1' 11' It/... i.i,
J : No. 2 was itceUtd and 111).d 1 "lr..1 l 4,4 th \11| ,.r .\"u", ..
session Tuesday July 15 1913. Ill I 1' .
"" lIst
1'; lllol, ., IMS. KM..I. ,II6B N1
22. "
and the nilUa .t'. aa per rtqinBt or I hitruateva. < :s .I| |1', ,It,,|l. u \ ,,, .,,, .
C.W.GRIFFINStaple I--- till "II.
J. W THOMPSON 1 . i Ii >
HiiHlin . o
M 21.35873
wan 1.114,1, at thne inlllHHupt in Ii. r S .1 i .1 1",1,, It
J. R. GILBERTPresident.. Hears was IriBtrutled I to diaWwairant 1'ulillHli.. r U' |II lIar, ,. I Ii: 01.11" .
r : and FancyGROCERIES Twenty I Hollars ( > I I2I( ) I In faMir of l Know n ,,,.,,",, , .. ""., 'Ig.g I I,, "I I I I. oi 4 I. llur.i / .

I Opposite Courthouse GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE the Cltlzena liank of KlHHlniniii' foiInterrat ....''I.. .., .....'.." 1'' S ilsIllI.. I ...I.I, ,, _' ' 11.11. I IlI"IllIt, I IIHH, HH,.,d 7.3fil a'.

I for six inontliH MI watiaiitHNi .. I ii, It"., "r I .. .. ,..1 "IIIIflll.l, .. ..1., I ,, I'." I t ", ..nml i I "Hi I ti'd _ 7.1196"I 1 (

>a. 966 and 8.. H. lI1"rl a,hI 4.4. 14 III I It, h. I ., ""I '
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. Via Lake Okeechobee and the Ever- Not Ito of bids for Hal. of parMoiiHK'' '. Nelson Fell.Vu t Is t ,.ti I'" 1 I : 01 1 I I.I.I , ,|111(1011| ,| on' 232:15:
; School No. J. not having 1,0111 publltih .. ..: .
glades. : .1 r' i I I .1' .l i ,10 liool I 1'1.., :.0., II |I-
ed. Supt Seara wall rcqucHtid to 1411vtrtiI4 1'1'I I ..
51.41,4.. .. 5 -I nn"mil .IHH....M..I . _ I 1.61".22"
I. JENKINS R. a. W000HAM'J .* Hame for nali aU bidH tu .b. :Sn "II. to ,anl, Hllhs, , .... .. -
Go by boat down the Kisimmee I ,1..1.i I. r", 1111 I ill.. t mil, i oil. t. ,j __ . _ l.BOJ iitIll ".
\ aealed marki I "blls" and nialli I In 30th day of .! ..?? 114 . ,
River through Lake Okeechobee and W 1". liana (Chairman on or bi.fon' (Seal) - - -'' ; .\ \
H'' 'xi .1-I i MUM .IIH. ,lo I I., ; .
: Free Delivery to all Parts JENKINS & WOQDHAM Monday August 4th -19l3- \s roll tied _ . _
the, Everglades' to either Fort Myers M<.HHI... \\'. C lions nnil (,ID \\' ( XI \ 1'.1"' II I Noi.i 1 t I '01 ,. "7"'' ", I 1".01 I I list N., 2- If
of.'the: city I.I on the Gulf or Fort Lauderdale on Overatrcctvcru appointed" a ( omniltttito I Mill/ I U M I"|, I II I |1'1 I ,. I _. "I III'''llllt 14511111lIi . 254.'

i I SURVEYORS aee about t inplo)niK ii Janitor 'In and \ t loilni 0110.1,'" . __ _ 251 !II I",
Ehat Coast. This Is the finest inland for School' No 1 for the. eliHUltiK tei. in.

i Hissimmee Florida and wire .lv"11 full nut ilOriti to 111'1 Hll, ,,. I to I I.,.. ,.,1111.,1 _ _ _' -2'"
water the world. Nowhere in -
trip in I In the ", Sill :s, |h.,1,
: I Hint' N., 3-
America wild bird and life 1 he aalary of Huit| Sours wan plaied I I I.. ,
- can game : Sprigg amount .I4lIM-tIMpd _ . 4":1.1":
Fourteen liundri I IXillam ( $1 4044)< ,
t +>++++ I'M +++++++++++++++++H I NOTICE. be viewed in such abundance. Writeor per > ear. aa required by law and aa Fleming Xlliouiit. ,, i ..I1"'h'd _ -_ _ 30K :c.

;% j I John M. Hansell having purchased wire Menge Bros., Fort Myers, for per a letter in reference from the tu salaries State Superintendent of SupertntendenlB -- CLEANING,. I IK, .11..1.,1 .- ._ -4 3J

I I I E. II. 1 tail's interest in. the garage | reservations. 23tf I Ito wAa alaoallowed Sill Si"'hooI 1 18t. No. 4-
I 1.. ,
GRA'fSTONE $200 per year as tnildentala for expenaea PRESSING I II 1,1111,1XliHiiint, IlllllI.nll.Il _ "_ 1.111.114
!I known as Hansell & Hall, said J. M. > of Superintendents I .IJ.It'd _ IIII __ 1.OHO D1t..L.

J |i I Hansell will pay all bills an4 jl collect Why Patrick Henry Said It. I The School Board decldi-d No 16 and to open alao the School StCloud 1 DYEING and tin.. III h.. collected _ .. 2(1( .80III

cpuAuni TEH all accounts due said finn.HANSELL An Indian I No. 20 the Drat Monday In September .
p __ boy at Hampton wrote on : REPAIRINGLeav. Sill'Ii !Sihool. lilHt Ni. 5-

the following in a composition on Pat- lo aiiiouut assessed __ __ 16371Xiinunt
j & HALL.
8.60 i if If H (]uy wan, Appointed Hu..r\.or. "
2.60 to day
per rick lIIIICtf.d| _ ._ 13509
"Patrick nota
: June 19 1913. 264tIt Henry : Henry was in and fop School No.6 a4 Alicler ,: Uh !
Special by week or month i i bnght boy. He had blue There belno no further bualneaa' thn word III my house
:J: very eyes will be and '"th e Mil nn i to he. .collected ._.__ J8.82
Hoard ifrljourned until the next cPl4ed
and light hair. He got married and reicu- lor and
f I. W. nUMM fr' .p L D. PORTEL HH i pays to advertise--try a "wantad" then I lar meettna reiuroed J. OVKH8THEET..
.u . said 'Give me liberty or giveme ,v. c". BASS. Chairman Clerk Circuit Court

\.: .*+.*+1++++1--L-L I II +i I +++' ::1'++++- in thip paper. d.eath !' W. J. S ARS. Superintendent Satisfaction Oiiceola County. Florida
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+0400 o-U'OOOo 0 '.9 H 000+ I and Juniors, only 19.00.. After*pay r ou..o 0 U to tOO.OH HI toO. I I "
4. 0 1 Ing State officers last year expense. I. .' DON'T BE DISAGREEABLE
+ FLORIDA CHRISTIAN I (the few who did not give postage as HARVESTING. 'CORN] *

4. v ENDEAVOR. LIFE. 4 i well as. work, free) and purchasing 1 ,..., ... ..I'I"""Lv..f' .,."
6 0 this year's supply .of stationery, we "O.o.o-w01" HO O C.t", *, :: I" ..

OoOoOo-H+OoO"O .1 are left with an overdraft of 113. .(B,..:;A": P. SPENCER. ) 1iFjId. .
We are back four months now. of You Can Prevent U If You Will. ,.
Tampa. Fla., July 9, 1913. postage for our secretary. Corn' is ripe enough' when the kernels : : :

To the' Dear",( ndeavorerB of Florida: JajregardtottwStatoduea.ithasbeen are well, glazed over and firm, and Why b. a slave to your f.eling.. and : .....
'As four months\ "of"thls'year have one-third of the 'stalks and leaves are make yourself dlaagreeabl to your '-, T .
already passed and our Union is still left with each society to decide turning yellow. At this stage, growthhas frlcndiv They are not responsible foryour a
'in debt, 1 trust,, that each society will 1 whether it will continue the 25 cents stopped and the ear and stalk are trouble, nor U It their fault'that f ,,'
take immediate action and forward to member for drying.To yon suffer dally from the terrible pain. ..: ,
per Young People's- societies .
I which produced rheumatism.You
J are by .
me as soon 'possible at least part or" adopt the plan of the"Win- get a good quality of blade fodder have the earae body to-day that : '
of 'their :dues' ortheyear..- We'ap ler Park convention-nrccnt8; The the-leaves must be pulled while you had yesterdaybut"not'the same ". t. .
preciate the prompt remittanc from Junior dues were not changed, remainIng most of .them are green. This will ambition- nor the same disposition. Sa1e1
those societies who have already paid > formerly, 10 cents. I have received reduce the yield by from three to five That's because you have not taken
f their annual assessment, both Young I letters from a number of societies bushels per acre from a twenty-five I I Taylor's Beat Blood Medicine. f
Profits' and ''Juniors, and feel l I I Come to our store and get a bottl.
sure all of .which will continue the bushel corn crop, because the leaves I ,
to-day and It It doeen't relieve those
that other societies. will .do BO in the I 26 cents, except three; all organized are the organs which manufacture' rheumatic palne to' yournteatlefactlon .

near future. within a one of them but a few starch and sugar, Fodder pulling U take the bottle back and get, yourmoney. SUBURBAN HOMES I
The societies having'paid this year's ,I weeks ago. -If each society will re- slow expensive work. Blade fodder i - - - ,
dues are as follows: Juniors-Mt. |, member that the spirit of Christian has but little feeding valuei and four ]I 1 Price, '1.00 the bottle. Five acres of land very fine and 4-room house, chicken house,

Dora Congl.; Orlando, Presbyterians; Endeavor is to do what we feel our hundred pounds per acre is a good Tour own druggist recommence and deep well of loft water, ll good land just outside city limit, owner I
''ampa, U. B.; Winter Park; Congl. duty and will continue to prayerfully yield from a twenty-five bushel crop; I, ruaranlece Taylor'* Beet Blood Medicine lives in Cleveland will sell for $850. Time on half or more if de'I''I ;
1> oung People's--St. Augustine' Pres.; consider this matter, I am sure that for which we pay three to five bushels ,,,, *. auk him about-It. sired. Convenient to school and church, "gobd market, have ad- '
West Palm Beach, Congl.; Lake Mag.ilenc this year will be a complete successin of good corn, and the cost of pulling.;
I : U. B.; Tampa, United Breth- every department. Fodder pulling is a wasteful practice. vantage 'of modern town 'and yet enjoy the freedom of country life.

"'n.I I wish to thank the several societiesand Cutting should begin when the A PRAISIWOR1: NY PLAN -----
. f We also wish to thank Stuart for individual wrokers who contrib- i shucks are turning straw yellow, and I Fine celery farm and beautiful home at a sacrifice price at
r' donation to the Union. uted for the State Union banner whichis the kernels are getting firm (about I FOR DEVELOPMENT: : San ford. Land will grow any kind of crops successfully. Wantto ((7
You see by the above that only first to be exhibited at Los Angelesin ten 1ay s later than the stage for fod- tell about it, and in connection with the
put owner.
i-e out of over fifty-one societiesave the Florida heaqduarters. der pulling). By cutting at this stage you you .
yet (paid anything on this year's Yours for' service the yield is not reduced and the fodder I I Of THE I: SOUTH \ ---- .
lute Union obligations. I have re- 'I (;EO. CAVANAGH. is in the best condition for saving: I I We have an 801 acre farm one block' from Ry. station and 4- : \ ;
i-ived, since MarcliAlO' in dues, Y. 1' State Treasurer. The ground may then be cleared, except miles from Kissimmee; good bearing grove lots more good land i.
where the rows of shocks standso the for fine commercial There is ''I I
- that crab beggar weed, or There are certain vital interests in ready to'plant, just place grove.
cowpea hay may be mowed and raked |: which all the Southern states, par- about 10 acres in grove more than half now bearing. You can .
- ------- this for one-third cash balance in five ,
up six weeks later without gatheringa < ticularly those of the Southeast, have buy $7500. one to years or \

quantity of worthless corn stalks. a common cause and which, therefore, longer. Owner owes oVi the land and must have enough cash to \ ;

Except in an unusually wet season i best through lift the debt. Time on balance. This year's crop goes at that price. I ;
THE H. G. SIEVER t tI spoiled corn and stover in the shock'is they can promote organized __ 9 I
rather than divided effort. Such,
the result of
setting I
I improper up. 278 good land and nice close to Ry. and well ; ;;
The shocks must be large enough to for instance, is the widely manifest acres grove on
REALTY COMPANYPrairie stand gusts. of wind yet not so largeas need of bringing the South's natural travled road just the place for propagating a great big grove, and a j

i to prevent free circulation of air, I resources more vividly to the notice 'having. good Ry. advantages school and church. ,

without will mildew which rot.both The corn shock and) should stover of the nation at large to the end that This is a snap. We want you to ask us for price. ;::1 I s

Land,\Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands contain about or 14 plants, or should be they may attract new capital and Many other good things for sale at bargain prices and on most 1

Timber Land Land at all l Price and on Easy Terms 'I about four and one-half feet wide at new settlers for the great, .fertile favorable terms of payment. "
the base. Nine or ten rows of corn Back of Kissimmee State Bank. i
i of uncultivated land. xThis is a
- tif
may be put in one row of shocks. If f

I 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, will exchange half value I Ij the they shocks may contain are set the on corn the fifth from row the to matter Florida of and keen Alabama concern, to the Georgia Carolinas -, NELSON REALTY COMPANY I

for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:- four rows on each side. The stalks and Tennessee and to every other
I II Back of State Bank KISSIMMEE. FLA.
j should be set with as small a slanttoward I member of the Southern sisterhood. I

I Orange Groves: all sizes and prices I II stand well.the center No stalks at the top should as will be While each state may accomplish much -- --- - ---r--- .

tangled or Ret crosswise.' I If the rain in this field by working independentlyof I
can run off quickly very little! will its neighbors, it can accomplish a ,
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I soak in. When all the corn is in the I vast deal more by working with them
shock it "should stand l upright. It \
I should he tied tightly lose to the cooperatively; their combined energieswill s
top, with a lath cord.: Another cord''i j attract more attention and bring I FROMKISSIMMEE i t
I is" tied about fifteen inches,, below this, more' abundant results than scattered .
all the ears on, the outside. of the shock $3.00 '
efforts could ever produce.
are turned! down, and a third cord is" I
I tied round immediately below them. With this end in view there" is now :

I After about ten days alll! the cords. being perfected what is known as the
"should be tightened as the shock will Southern Settlement and Development
have shrui.k. enough to loosen] the' TO i
This enterprise had its
R. S. FLOYD I bunds. If all the bundles! in the shock organisation.
have the same slant the shock will bejrmniF,) K at Baltimore some two

withstand llh.. winds> and the rain will | yearn ago when the governors: of six '
run off instead of ,soaking in. teen Southern States, together with :

j In starting a shock perfectly upright I trade boards and transportation companies -
; a shocking frame will be useful. I assembled! ] in that city to di8-
Grocer This is made by using a light pole or'' RETUTN f
''a piece' of 2 by 4 lumber, twelve feetlong. < cus.plans for exploiting: the South'sresources
;. :Nail tow legs, four feet long and especially for.bnnging
four feet from one end, setting them'''''a larger number! of desirable settlers. THURSDAY JULY 24TH
! \ as a v, and brace them. They form a I I I Three public leaders realized that the "
tripod with the pole.] An inch hole is
Gel our prices on ',bored across the projecting 'part of I I trend of American immigration which A T LAN T1 COAST LINE.I II' :

the ]long pole] two feet from the upper ,, once flowed 'into Canada and the II .

HAY GRAIN FEEDwhich end' and a broom handle or piece of =Northeast was turning Southwardand Tickets Good on All Regular Trains. Final Limit, July {7 :. i;
; through it horizontally.
i gas pipe put that with due encouragement and
Low Rates From Other Points
When ready to set the .shock the Porportionate
make specially frame the location of the direction it could be made a source j
we a 'I is placed 1)1) I I For information or Pullman reservations callon
.. ,'lit.., shock and the corn stalks set in trlt of far-reaching development for the
'I'r Atlantic Coast Line '
nearest Agent or .
four When the shock is
'" angles.: set I South. The suggestion that a wellorganized
'I the top is tied and the broom handle W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent Kissimmee '1 1j
movement to '
pulled out. The frame is removedand G. Kirkland D. P. A., Tampa. Fla. Y. R. Beazley. T. P. A. .; .
be undertaken met with instant ,
this end -
-- the shock will be I left in an up-
right position, when the other cords" and widespread favor. .. .'
can be put around it. I The result is that the legislature of .

Another method is tie the tops of I Maryland has' appropriated- thirty ,
1S four hills from two rows together, I thousand dollars to be used for this C. A. CARSON President. N C. BRYAN, Secretary. ,. '#1 ;
s (not cutting them),, and build the I r
shock :around them.If i purpose. The commercial interestsof '"";'

any of the shocks get in a leaning F16rida have subscribed forty thousand The Waters & Carson" '
IN position they require to be straightened j dollars and pledged themselves'

STOCKPLANERS up at once. When leaning they to increase that amount to a hundred |I II ,'. '
readily Oak up a quantity of rain, and thousand. In other Southern States. .
HIM' V5 MTEtM inidew or rot quickly in hot weather. I '| 4t
M'TI'IIJoH": "EII.' "'EI.n III I' I In about a month in good weather the ] chambers of commerce and kindred j jagencit" Grocery Company

TO\\ISR EIE11': Till 'U'IRKI' \'' ears may be pulled off shucked and have enlisted in this cause I Iso

....: St MIII\4.I.I: 1"111'\ placed in the crib and the fodder put 1 that within, the immediate. fut'ure.1 I|
ENGIES: o. up to 40 h. -' M'" 'III.I.S into a lack, or sheddcd nd baled it 'n-riis, the movement will be well I II Wholesale and Retail Dealers in i iGROCERIES

BOil..:"". up a. 40 h. 1l&hf .aol iha4yS'.WlI'ST 'orn .stover which includes all of under and will be producing I
I way practical
the if well cured
the ,
plant except ear
('OVI:1 Oils 111 ( t \ 1IIn
.. has a higher feeding value than is resultsThu i
G''OI.I'' generally supposed, When Timothy assistance, will] bo rendered I ,
'MIILM !, worth $::10 per. ton corn stoveris through, ,four channels : one of publicity -

\\ 111'1'" fur all StNMSt makes or .... hay worth is. wurthH$24. : per:! per tOil'hen tor'. torn alfalfa stoveris , one colonization, anothei of i iagriculture.and 4444444'4< < < i4'44. 044 o' 0) 44404 -0- 40 . . ,.. .. tl tlC. .

$1145I.1'1. 1'1 ',1.1'\: hoIIES worth $21 1 .,11(! per ton' Corn stoveris another of Indus-try. !: (0 0 I
....:I.TI %... 4 au.d..oo-m..llum W h.... good feed foi horses and ,cattle and Steady intelligent publicity is as val-I I 4 WE SELL: -c. (0 WE BUY: + 'J '

1.0f. ('II 'IS I"'T IIIIOK" ...U"GMI has. been found, superior to Timothyhay uablc to a State or a section as to an : 4 HAY, (0 .. \ '
:, ..:U1'111'" .'1"Till': in. actual feeding tests with dry I i individual business enterprise; this j I 4 0 0 HIDES, !1 -
804.V III.I. cows and fattening .telfrlo.I i 4 GRAIN (0 -0- + i t
central organization will have unusual ;
i ij
Writeor I I 4 (0 I 0 FURS, \ !
PrIC sI :-:-:-:-:.:-:-:-:-.:-:-:--....:-: :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:->-X. II j facilities for keeping the South's advantages I I .:. FERTILIZERS, 4 4j .

prominently before the i WOOL, .
1 *: ORANGE: l'E='TEHc' i I country. It will be in continuous j I, SHINGLES <00 I
: .) (0 1 0 ,
\ I touch with the movements of home- .
hh. } yr.4 > .> ;. .y..4: .> 4 ORANGE BOXES, > AND ; i I I
I. seekers and will stand ready to aid any 4 (0 I -0- .

I, :Mr. Randall Keene and wife have returned State in securing desirable settlers for 4 ORANGE WRAPS, I -0- ALL .
home for extended : 1
an stay. (0 .
untilled lands. Its staff of experts o
___ _ \,, They like the const country, but not will. cooperate with the farmers and (0, VEGETABLE CRATES, 0CO.UNTRY.
m well little old Orange Center. '
so as 0(0 '
--- 10
I I Leonard Bowman of the educational agencies of Statein I
!' Mr. and! Mrs. 'I a CRATE NAILS, 0PRODUCE.. .
near Lockhart, Fla., spent the Fourth the development of.agricultural interests 1-0- 0O 0 "'I
Ideal I with Mr. and Mrs. Bonney, and the ; and likewise it wilbe equipped OO-o--o-.o. + . .o. . 0 I I -0--0--0- . .. ..... .
,. Grovest i four helped celebrate in Kissimmee.'
Mr. Jacob Weilhelm of O'Fallon to render valuable] service in promoting .

1 111., spent three or four days in O. C. industrial growth.The .
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. .
By far the greeter number of vigorous and prolific groves In inspecting lie land for well himself and and seriousness and trustworthinessof We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping putle
I the State today nrethe result, of friend was pleased the organization is shown by the Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
I hopes! to be one of us in the near fu- I I
ture. fact that its president is Mr. S. Davies We are county agent for good fertilizers. Ask ua f.r circular aacI. tIIrleea

Ideal Formulas j I Mr.' Chas. O.) Guenthal is back for Warfield] one of the foremost leadersin I on fertiliser r

sad I a few months' stay Having leave of I the-cause of Southern development.Mr J
absence from his regular Work, he
Methods | the with his Tom Wiliam H. Manss, vice-president I I II I I it I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I ..11 I I 1I111111" j
Ideal 1 i 'spends time son, "
I who keeps up the place in fine shape. and general manager of the organization C. A. CARSON. J. A.'CRANFORD. s. L. L.UPFKK. ylPre.ld.nt. ii

I salesmen and maiiur'ac- I. 'j Mr. Cooper lost his horse last Sat- I has abundant and brilliantly VIc -PresW*nl.
We have been with you as growers I urday. A good auto runabout would successful experience in such enterprises t ,
is I him quicker service, and if it .
what particularly concerns you give
but lie organized and directedthe
lurers for over thirty years '1 died one could tell what was the matter 'co-

; that we have the right materials the right equipment and | with it. development department of the KISSIMMEE: LUMBER
right now I Bathing in Lake Ruby Is a great Burlington and Quincy railroad and i

the right people to give you the i pastime ieriteh. for some of the Orange Cen- was, also prominently identified with I ,
I i the civic industrial bureau of the Chicago
Right Service NOW i I There is talk! of organizing a ball f; "
team. .If this is done Kissimmee will : Association of Commerce. On # and Dressed

Send for Free Books on Florida Products.. I have to spruce up some, as we have' his recent visit to Atlanta, Mr. Manse Rough s t
a bunch of "hefties" that can go some. enlisted i the hearty interest of the

J WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. here 1 Sweet now potato and most planting of our is people the talk are business men. It is believed that PINE LUMBER'f"

Mamifucturernof( I busy at the work. G'orR'ia.will. join with enthusiasm in
We expect quite an acreage of sugarcane this far-reaching and well) considered
IDEAL FERTILIZERSJACKSONVILLE in this vicinity in the next few plan for the South's development.I .- q1I ;

FLA. ''years, with a'big mill to take care of Atlanta Journal. .e, +IM

Co. I ,
& Carson Grocery
Local Agent. Waters l I Having( the churn too full\ of cream Grit, tharcoal and granulated bone 1. : r 4I

__._ __ I {will make the butter slow in "coming." I should always be mixed with the
____ i Half full is young chicks' feed. . . I , I , 1I11111111 I a tv

enough.'i" .. 1 s1

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\ l' FRIDAY JULY 11 '
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,; 1.'!' / . '\!I' .1 ' ; ;: -I"'IIII I I I II J M. '.' '-. 1 1'III II';;
f' .
i : : Advertisements ,
: :. .: Listen! '
1---11 I',
, 4 ,I I Advertlfeemeat- are la.ersed .4r t.'. head .t tfc. rat .( .....

{ DQIit YQy want II. I. HAMILTON VISITS WORK' WITH FIFTYCHARTER I: CB<.. P*!, Llw' Fet: 11:.... l..ertl... ... .,'

r i;:",? t ," -- ':--- ..- a hew suit MEE TRANSPORTATION AND DISCUSSES WOODALL MEMBERS ELECTEI. J. I I'. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .. ..-..-. .. .. .. . .. .. .., .. .. .I'.- I. I. I. I- I- I. -IiIi.- - - -. I- I- -. .. ................. '';:'

I I ,
I '-' I
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a new
: o motor FOR RENT,OR,SALE..;.Two- '.::
_'. ---.- II. I. I amilton-' i Last night -witnessed thebirth of j I FOR SALE-At a bargain,- tory'
r. ;1' Straw Hatyl ? New Smyrna Board of new fraternal order in this city that i boat "Gadfly" 30x8%; 15 in. draft: store Kisslmmee.building 11 on. C.Brack' Stanford St. North :'.:
of the Central 1 destined to outdistance all other full 2Jtf ,
retary I 12 h, p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. engine; ,....
\ Waterway association, wag fraternal orders in point of num, Terms' ...
r t' mee Tuesday and before it has. reached its first I equipment; everything new. : I''
for rent
: DWELLINGS opply (o If}
I if desired. See Saundersat
week in the interests of the on part Tiller. '
started last February for This order-Junior Order of United Gazette. office. tf ;:;,
}- -- -: ing T>f Mosquito Inlet. <'an Mechanics-has a large
1 !\Mr. Hamilton met with I throughout the North and FOR RENT -3"rot>m'cottagq'irrPror
i committee of the I West although there are very few 1' FOR SALE<::-Bay saddle horse. Ap- pect Addition, six dollars per month.
I Hoard of Trade Tuesday an yet in Florida. The prin.I ply to E. G. Vans Agnew. 22tf Nelson Realty Co. 21-tf'':
'j\' ;; I discussed the matters that I feature of this order is that to I I )
'\6 taken up by the Central -' (>,'um... a member you must be u na- I I _
\ I Waterways association, \" l born American and be a nub- CITY LOTS for sale. Cash or terms. : roll KKNT: -A five room cottage with
sition for Mosquito Inlet her to the laws of this: country Also bearing gro\e G. 1..1 I
I > bath, at reasonable rates
first of a aeries of extensive .iccofrnize only the stars and 23tf C. H.JIKstej '
Jr J I I, improvements mapped out ,' I Parker j i iI l : Ion Central Aye. 27-tfTf
I ritory covered by the work \V 0, Jelf who instituted this coun- .- .
.,.,1 sociation. The project at ) IIIIH been working here in its in- I FOR SALE-Fiv acres good land in ,II -
1:' Inlet has been approved < for the past six weeks and PinccHUe( cleared and plowedI.; I.I 1 FUR HI.NTOne 2-story 8room'house :
with bath and lattice
Slattery and committee himself most room,
a proved a competent
I I i of Capt A. B Dunning II. faithful organizer by the number] room house; fence, etc. Sell out- upper! and lower verandas Ono 6-
S S'J Ab- and a third gentleman to thaitei members he obtained-fifty. I right or trade for city property. A mom bungalow. One 5-room eotliiiro -
( will start for Washington the oath.Firemen's barpain Box 17.2 Kissimmee 'II All I are close in. G. F. Par-
inst., to appear before the Hall was the scene of the :!2tfpdl kn 28-4t
:1 ....SUMMER\ \ SUITS..:. engineers in an effort to of this older, which was I __'__ _ __ -
vey ordered and secure the i'! >l1'd Kissimmee Chapter and FOR) SALE_Six'room house.' ;,41!> feel 1\\ \\\TKD- (One) or two good horse
appropriations.Of . the objects and work was fully and
,Ii interest to every one : (' by Mr. Jelf (the following I on 20) acres good fine hlieet, fruit in land Kissimraee 4'miles from I of about 1200 ]Ibe. Write to JohnA
p The prices we are making on our Aen's tion is that part of the I (' elected to cerve as officers: T. railroad, all for twenty-live hundred I Idl1l1al's. Schioifels, Richmond, Minn. 27-$
plans for a system of Woodall councilor; J. II Smith, Ask Mil. Sunimeis, ..OH'
: Suits vlll compel you to buy if you come Lake Tohopekaliga to the I .councilor; II. S. Huzza: recording IVnheld Str., Klssininue, I'l.i. .iiMf! -
river, and at St Cloud | ; L. V Story, assistant re ---- -- o--x.<-< oi -
; In.- ev..ninlt': a meeting was secretary; S. I I.. Lupfer Jr, A Fine Georgia farm for sale at $15 .'. .r
some action in this secretary; A, I. Chapman, that contiiins, 900 acres'; ,.-,
L i Our cool suits, cool shirts and straw lion j (' '. ; IIV.. Anderson, conductor; per will acre cut into several small farms :i|i:; AMATEUR
: \\ Goodman, warden; W. R Ilan- 1
hats will give you a "barrel" of comfort Mi Il.imilton working states for I Ilesnicnts 11, inside guard; 10 R. Morrow out- information I .
are .
through to New' Smyrna guard; Otto I'loet/, chaplain ; F. I Ilowell, 1 umpkin, (Ga:; I:. I I'. l>..I :|;: FARMER
but it will not take a "barrel" of mopey a direct water route to not, ,, Lawson, T ,J. Woodall. Qpo W :2't-Itpd .1,
I \ '" truiUesDeath .
kets whenever the canals - t j- Do Lou want 10 acres of gen-
rl to buy. "ecu led from this point I of Ke>.. !M. .\. Clark. I FOn SALE :M\ plumbing, ;ind tin l.:: oral. I |purpose land cheap? 10
} Johns ri\'r. Loud fur. .11,It IAd
; We have a' special lot of Ladles'small Water transportation is I Wednesday night at about 8'W;: ) dress shop| I' O, Iic.701 reason; ":2.1-11] ;%: 1\1 cos. I cleared and fenced,
I II '\ the soul of Rev. \1.: .\. Clark
cheaper than rail, and this j- -mall house well, some small
I 1. sized shoes that we are going to sell at rectum) needs mole than ,,' into the keeping Him who ;!jl: fruit i t tries
I I I letter, shipping facilities } it, and the remains were buried .:
just One Half regular price. ,. afternoon in Ros ,hill
rates < cjmi- 10 lu-ii' .sunimproved orange
j j'r ----
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A is being Rev J, I II, Sibert, pastor of the ::
petition LOSTWide gold hrac<'let with' .! land at $20 per acre.
'r : I city to secure* endoi church, p< performing )piopositlons that will be rites I ,Greek; letters'IA engraved on ':* !10 acres on which is 12 acres '
H. C. STAtKFORD & CO. : the engineers in \\' I Deceased Came to Kisumimee one nthci side If found return to ::1 j> nn- old finey .
:2lith of this month, and ('(. ago from I Davenport) to which Vivian Lee. 14tfPOUND : .1. |
JI i signed" by every resident he moved three months ago from ______u_ _ : "i iiiies cleared( and fenced,
mee ( \ where for thirty years I he :: s house, decided
I I : A lad> 's neck scarf with .j.: new room ) a
t preached the gospel of Christ,
.. . .
--- - -- I of the time. as missionary to the gold ]pin attached
w !fi y't y1 y1 1 y1 y1 Y1 ffi l.i 1 Y1 s u; ''r1'.f1 Y1 Y1 X11171 ZI'3r 1111 1 POSTAL RECEIPTS By birth he was a Georgian, proving .1..
was seventy years of age at the property) and paying for this' 'f: Ask
11 11t of his. death. He leaves wife .,
DURING THE I a notice 25tf Mrs. Summers
tfj two daughteis II | f

Reduced Prices 5 5r -- ,,-- -- -- :I WADE, the tuner. 0rI._ .1 tlOlJ'A....
5 Near; Clyd,. Clyde 2nd Aye. W.
SHOW CONSIDERABLE ! ! Yfifififi;! ! ! !fifi! ; MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Go.:, ;f of court house; leading south.lilllMIIIIIMIIIIItllllllllMlllllllllllllliHllili.
OVER PAST > EAR- and we will ,get a drink of the best .!
r : On National Quality ('.::1. POST soda water made. 31 tf I O.OOOOOO.OOOOOCO

: Through the courtesy of EXCURSIONVIA .,,4\\

I MAZDA LAMPS B B. Simpson, we were
I !f following statement
1 ceipts of the local office for Lakes"J. Coast Line Can You Save
ifi ending June 30, 1912 and :
:{ y1 Year ending June 30, 1912- FROMJACKSONVILLE
Year ending June 30, 1913-

tfiifi 25 Watts $ .35 Gain over previous year- 17 Cents a Day?

This office has done at .
i 40" .35 !xr. third more business in the
department the past year to
There arc many persons who could save but do not overlooking
60.. .45 the year previous, and the GA. . . $4.00
.. Ififi department shows a ., the real value of a dime, feeling thai: it is not worth while. ,Th, -
There fully GA. 4.00
are fifty -
Hiifi 100 .80 each day, and that GA. . 6.00 error which these people make is'in this: it is not the amount that la.
k ,. . pected to show a I so Important in attaining a savings }bank account, as the regularity
' ;- : ,,:,. now that packages can be 8 ALA. 8.00
= 15'0 = 4i .:. 1.20Ii. IfiW -the constant practice of depositingregularly in some reliable

savings bank, regardless of what the amount may be.
IfitF L- Round Trip TicketsSold
250" 2.00 17c a day, or.$.">.OI> a month

Hi Do You July 17th. deposited regularly every month in the Savings Department of the

I' d = ifijjj TRUCKING Limited July 22ad- Citizens Rank of Kissimmee will at the end of twenty years amoral:

"' IK Our store is as near as your phone. FARMING RANCHING ON ALL REGULAR TRAINSFor Total ItepoxitH 1200,00

S I FRUIT information and reservations Interest. earned i32.8-l

m CALL 123 apply to 1832.84
W Landsor W. Fntot, D. P. A

1 CITY Jacksonville Fla. How about Christmas time? Are you laying anything aside BOW
Bi W. B. MAKINSON CO. If you do, write me. I G. Kirkland, D. P. A, for the Christmas Holiday season ?
KI that class for Hillsboro Hotel Phone 132,
If you'll start that Savings Account
\ Tampa, Fla. now you will have a substantial
l gI.M.MEE& ST. CLOUD Mrs. E. E. 29-1t balance in our bank by Christmas tim .

!Ii Real Estate and Four per cent interest paid every three months.We .
iIIIK 203 Broadway $! $!Ii!Ii!Ii 111111J11111
!Ii !Ii $ !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii y1 !Ii 1y1y1Y1! ! !Ii !Ii 1yty1; 1y1y1 y; !fi Ir- : : your acruunt.
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C. F. ThrasherSHEET i : Citizens Bank'of KissimmeeARTHUR


# Steel Ceilings a Specialty E. DONEGAN p. K. WEAVER,

O. Box_69(5( a) Kissimmee, Fla. President Cashier
i 1 : OF ONE OF THE BEST GROVE PROPERTIES IN !fiYfi. ; $ !fi $ !fi $ $$ I .1 I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II I I I III I I 1.1. I I III I 1'1

DISTRICT. 3-4 mile Villa Packing House of which it is .:1
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I member, 1-4 mile to+ railroad, located on Lake with .

1 frontage, 1500 ft. 4 inch cement pipe from lake through .

for irrigation, 8 room house, good stable.

% 34 acres land, 20 acres fruit land and 14 acres pn.sture.1 If Your Eyes .

\\1 I Trees vary from 5 to 17 years old, 5 acres of 5 years old. Between

' 13 and 1400 trees, grove is in best of condition and owned
s) i Are not
by one of the foremost men in this business who wishes take them I

, ; retire. The grove produced this last season, Tangerines to Cole and find out the trouble. ''

; boxes, Grapefruit 1648, Blood 318, Pineapple 108, He fits

spectacles properly and .
;,. 900 boxes. at

s For Sixty Days this Valuable is Offered at $16OOO.OO.For reasonable prices. AtCole's

r Further Information Call or Write V .: 4
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:. : Jewelry Store

' Haskins & Stoner .

; Fla. "The Town of I ... "
p Winter Haven, One Hundred ',1
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