Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 25, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00604
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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GOOD WORK DONE line_of action a committee was appointed different courses. "In fact butterfliesin

<; consisting of H. C Stanford, the soft and delicate\ tints oftlmost' TWENflTYEARS

A. S. Nelson, H. M. Breaker, D. G. Board of Trade Meeting every variety known appeared in various -

: BY THE BOARD OF LWagner and R. D. Porter, to appear unexpected yet rtalistic places SUFFERER .FROM

before the commissioners 'and city throughout the cecoraUons! and-menu'/ .
council at their next meeting and urge I The regular month-end meeting of the Board of Trade, The luncheon, consisting .of jive
TRADE '
MONDAY I those bodies to liberally circulate the will be held Monday night Among the important matters ... courses, was fruit cocktail, creamed RHEUMATISM ?

Valley Gazette throughout the North that I chicken on toast, French peas, Southern .
wilt discussed of
be are the report the Municipal Improvement
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.ant West during the next four months. spiced peaches, beaten biscuit, as-

JltD WELL ATTENDED MEETING I| It is generally understood that the I Committee to place seats in the parks, the report paragus and olive salad with mayonnaise w CAMPBELL SAYS OUR ARTESIAN .

I committee will ask the commissioners of the special committee to solicit members under the revised ice cream in cantaloupes, cake, WATER AND PERFECT
*. subscribe for at least 1,000 copies I coffee, cheese, mints and nuts CLIMATE THE CAUSE OF

PLANS OUTLINED WHEREBY and the council for 500. dues plan, the advisability. seeking government aid to The guests who were invited to HIS COMPLETE CURE. '

I, The attention of the Board was call connect the SL Johns river with LaVe Tohopekaliga by a !: meet the honorees were, Misses Nance
THIS CITY AND COUNTY WILL ed to the fact that the special older 'Call Bryan of Jacksonville, Virginia -
; canal, and other objects of equal importance that "should
BE. PROPERLY ADVERTISEP.TBROUGHOUT at the meeting Monday night would Tiller, Virginia Makinson, Angle Mak- Two years ago last December W.,
THE i be the advisability of petitioning the I engage the attention of every citizen of Kistimmee. Your inson, Marie Huddleston, Battle Mae G Campbell arrived in Kissimmee

I government to dig a canal connectingSt. 1 presence it urgently requested. Graves Alma Griffin, Phyllis Jarrell, ; from Darlington, S. C., and was about '
NORTH AND WEST. Johns river with Lake Tohopcka- Elizabeth Carson, Ann Carson Mary
S. J. TRIPLETT as pitiful a looking specimen of man M y yas
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| liga, and a full attendance desired Carson.
jwas C. F. JOHNSON, I President one could meet in a month's traveL
| as the matter is of extreme importance f
He was literally "on his back," and
The called meeting of the Board of | lo this section. Secretary.
was just about as helpless as a
Trade Monday night proved to be one j A'committee consisting of C. F. CHEAP RATES TO could be and still live lie had person rheumatism
of the best attended and most successful -I Johnson, J. M. Taylor and W. G. Han- . .. j
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G. A. R. REUNION
since its organization five years I kins, was appointed to revise the con- every joint, for he was beyond walk- Cl e
ago, and more actual good work was stitution and by-laws and ascertain '
CommitteeeAppoiMedto ing or caring for himself in any way. d !
accomplished than was done at all the I the cost of printing same. I IT COSTS ONLY 119.65 FROM Today he is a well man, is owner of a {

meetings heretofore held this year. 1 KISSIMMEE TO CHATTANOOGA flourishing business on Brack streetk

The meeting was called, primarily, HOTTER I Lake FrontBOARD AND RETURN.It has purchased ground and built a ,
to discuss the advisability of request- AT 9 A. M. Beautify handsome residence, and look as gthough

ing the city council to ordi-
pass an he had
solicitors of AT MARLETTE MICH. 1 will be pleasing news to the hundreds many years yet left to
nance prohibiting any
the
enjoy happiness of a contented
I [ of old soldiers in this section to
from the
character
operating at passenger life. But let Mr.
Campbell tell his
OF TRADE DISCUSSES THE ADVISABILITY OF MAKINGA learn that they can attend the G. A. town
depot. I THAN IN THE CITY OF KISSIM I R. reunion at Chattanooga) at &,greatly story as he told it to a representative t h
The question was very generally BOULEVARD ALONG THE WATER FRONT THE &M. of the Valley Gazette: -7 tt"\
reduced rates, the fare for the round .
discussed by many members, every MEE IN THE MIDDLE OF j LENGTH OF THE CITY. from Kissimmee "I was born and bred in South Caro-.*" .
trip being; only
phaze of the subject being broughtout
THE DAY.It $19.66. line, the state that produced Wad. ti' ,

the claim being made that every There are more members of the G. Hampton, Ben Tillman, Cole Blease,, X.. : :;?C .

city of the importance of Kissimmee No more important question, nor plant, which is less than a mile, and A. R. in Osceola county than in any and a state dispensary, and like all '. t

regulated by law the manner in which was our pleasure on Saturday one that will add more to the beauty if that was done by the city we are ether county in* the State, for the other law-abiding youngsters, got .

persons could solicit patronage at. rail- l last to meet G. II.\Clark as he passed and attractiveness of our city, if carried satisfied the property owners would reason that St: Cloud is practicallyan along' fairly well until 1892, when my ,P",

road stations. through here en route to his home at to a successful conclusion, has continue the work to Shingle creek. old-soldier colony, the majority of joints began to stiffen up and my

There was a council held with Supt. St. Cloud from Marlette, Mich., wherehe been presented to the Board of Trade We have discussed the matter with whom never fail to attend the annual bones to ache, and as time went on .'

Mike Crown on this subject some ten had spent the last month. When than that of making a boulevard alongour many who own property fronting on reunion of their comrades in arms. the joints became stiffer and the bones

days ago, and that official stated that asked how he had enjoyed his visitto water front. While this questionhas the lake, and with but 'one or two exceptions As the reunion will be held in the ached still worse and more continuous.In .

the A. C. L. was perfectly willing to his old home and how he found con- on numerous occasions been discussed they stated they were willing most pleasant part of the year-Sep- 1898 I decided to go to Hot Springs,

cooperate with the city and Board of ditions, Mr. Clark said: in" an informal manner by the to stand their part of the cost of tember 15-22-it is probable that a Ark., and boil those joints and bones 4

Trade in anything along that line, and "I had as fine a time as possible members of the Board, it was left to bulkheading and filling in. And why large number of people not membersof until they became supple and ceasedto

his company stood ready to issue orders under the conditions, and was awfully W. J. Sears to put the plan in tangible shouldn't they? The amount of the G. A. R. will take advantageof pain me (in the meantime I had Y,

prohibiting solicitors from going glad to meet my old friends but you shape at the meeting Monday night, ground they will reclaim will be worth the cheap rates to visit that magnificent i taken every remedy I heard of and

I* beyond a certain line. can rest assured that the next trip I when he moved that a committee be five times the cost of the work, for city and go over the fields I fattened many a doctor's pocketbook), rand

While everyone present believed make up there will be at some other appointed to go fully into the matter lots on the lake front when above high made memorable by being the scenos remained there a year. I was '

that some rule or law along this line time of year. I know you will hardly and report their findings to the Board water will be the 'most valuable in one of the fiercest and bloodiest considerably relieved, but not cured,.

was needed, still the opinion prevailed believe me, but it is a fact that on the There is no gainsaying the fact that the city. battles of all wars. as every time the air became heavy r

that a cure could best be effected night of July 4th the thermometer our water front is one of our best and The committee to whom this matterwas smart pains 'would shoot through me,

through a real estate exchange, and registered 92 degrees at 9 o'clock and biggest assets, and could be made a referred is composed of W. J. so I decided to go back to South Carolina ki

the agents doing business here were I there was an electric fan running in wonderful drawing card if it was put Sears, R.- D. Porter, W. L. Winn. II. NEGRO GETS and take a few more barrels of

advised to organize without delay and the room at.that. I turned the fan so in condition to permit of travel either I C. Stanford and Clay Johnson, Sr.- herb tea and root juice and fatten the

bring their grievances before the that it bore directly on the bed, and by foot or vehicle. It appears to us 'all large holders of real estate and HIS JUST REWARD doctors' pocketbooks as long as my

Board from an organized force. I with that I was so hot I only slept that the cost would be very little to :i identified with every interest that I money lasted and then send for the

The committee appointed! at a pre- from sheer exhaustion, and the bed bulkhead the lake from the Sugar Belt > tends to the advancement and welfareof ATTEMPTED TO ASSAULT WHITE I undertaker to finish the job.

vjous meeting to solicit new members sheets were wet from perspirationthe bridge to Kissimmee Lumber Co.'s'i'!I our city. WOMAN-CAUGIIT AND "Well, it was the same old story

under the revised plan of collectingdues next morning. They can all talk SHOT TO DEATH. over again, with a few extra!! ache ,

did not meet with success, and about going North during the summer and pains added, until I heard of some

at the regular meeting on Monday that want to, but me and mine are Edgewqter the Splendid fellows who had come to Kissimmee, AErt
About the middle of week
last a
night of last week a motion prevailed going to stay here all the time, for it Fla., suffering as I was, and had got-' ...
to appoint a committee of five' to interview is the best all-round country we have stray negro attempted an assault upon ten well so I decided to make one '

our., business and professionalmen yet found.. Estate Lake Shore a white woman at Haines City more try at playing the get-well game,
on Although hundreds of white men
as to their desire to be among the : and came here, or was brought here.
number whq have worked, are working sought him in every nook and corner, I In December, 1910. After reaching' w
THE KISSIMMEE -- he was not captured until Tuesday
here I asked what the
and will continue to wrok for the course men
upbuilding of our city and county. SOLD) NORTHERN! CAP1T,\LISTS, WHO WILL GROW FRUIT night, when he was taken to jail at I pursued to rid themselves of their i 2
DRAMATIC COMPANY
Bartow. Wednesday night the sher- ,
Thicommittee is compost-el of C. A. rheumatics, and was told that all they
AND) VEGETABLES EXTENSIVE:'; :'; ; SCALE. iff started with his prisoner to Tampa
,
did was to drink freely of the artesian
Carson, chairman; T. M. Rivers, J. U. I -
I'where he intended him in
placing jail
('IUI k. II C. Stanford and P A. Vans I II water that supplies all the houses 'O
I WILL PRESENT:'; THE I'LA'i OF I: for afe keeping. here '
Agnew This committee', although ,and to bathe in it frequently, and
/ It was our pleasure some two and pretty enough to accommodate a ,i I When near Mulberry the sheriff meta *
II.\/ I. KIIUEBOUT in the ,
AUGt'5'rli'I'II sunshine
named! Tuesday of this week, stay as much as pos
only on I
month ago to visit Kdjfcwater in hundred handsome homes provided the delegation!: of white men who relievedhim I
held a meeting at the office of its ; WITH E. J. ItEIHW1 :-'; )) sible. ,"l
companyith a party of gentlemenand new purchasers desired to dispose of of his charge. Sheriff Ingram re'elv.d no' 1
than man on that evening, and map j IN:; THE CHARCTEK; OF I "There is use to go into all\ the
make a thorough inspection of th" any !part of their property, and trans- ,,: ( a telegram yesterday morning i iI details. Just to those t
who
for thorough say sufferfiom
ped out plans a canvassof Iir.NSTAN. (!'loveand crop thcjie Irl'owingAt portution to and from this city can ,I I from Sheriff !Logan!: of Polk county that dreaded
disease that I
lilt Thecommittee will make* I began I
citj that time we weMe i told that a company be had by either vehicle or boat without sa'ingthat the negro was shot to ,
its at the leifuliu meeting to '' to improve from the first week,
lepciit "I l :Northern: capitalists headed by C. the cost of much time or moiiy. death the night before at jtbout ten
be held Monday night, but it is learned : It is seldom during the summer I 1 H.! Jacob and Conway Robinson! were The", purchase of Edgewater by these I o'clock :N'o'; excitement" prevails in : months that before the end of the first six s
I free from
was all
it is meeting/ with much success, months that our people" are privileged flunking of taking it over, therefore gentlemen, wTio are well able to bring that neighborhood, and the incident is'I] at the end of I pain, that
and very few will refuse to continueon to enjoy a real high-class druma with when it to the of closed incidents like a year was completelycured
\\e were not surprised we wereunformed highest slate perfection, as all of nature
the rolls on account of the me'i'ease u man of national reputation( in the this week that the trade had means much for all that part of the I I will be closed.PRESIDENT. I' and,today I am as stout and
in monthly dues. )leading lole, and the play of Hazel strong as I ever was in my life, and
', been made and those gentlemen had county bordering on the west shore have
The question of properly advertising Kuke that will he at the ) given up all idea of being called \.
put on opera taken possessionEdgewatcr of the lake, and we may expect to see I I hence .
RUSSELL ,I by the rheumatic route. I .1
of have ;
and
the ad\'anlalr. resourceS house about August 15th will no doubtbe
,comprises!! nine hundred every acre from Shingle Creek to I
this city and county was called to the palroni/ed to the limit of the purchased a business, built a home
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acres and for ;years has been the property South port producing splendid yieldsof NAMES COMMITTEE and to remain !
| propose here just
attention >f the Boaid in .1 letter from house : II as
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of J. F. O'BeIT)', one of Osceola fruits and vegetables before five i '' .
long as possible and if
I P Claik, who ea, prevented' h who character this simple
., J. ) K: I. Redmond taken the county's most successful fruit glowers years roll round. i statement should '
Hickness fiom being present, and fully of Dunstan Kirke, the blind miller truckers and cattlemen. This OF FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION of come to the notice \" '

half of those present had something is a student of the world-famed estate has mile THAT WILL SERVE THE some poor fellow in the shape I
magnificent over a
i MOST DELIGHTfUL was, all 'I can to him is "
to say on the subject and all were of Couldock, and has played in the largest of lake front and contains soil adapted i ENSUING:'; KoIt.. say to come
, J j. that here and find the same relief I. did \ ,
If" nnnil the
practically same titles of America with success. Mr. of fruit
to every variety vegetableand MID-DAY LUNCHEON i I and if there is doubt
best and cheapest form of advertising Redmond will be ably assisted by Miss field crop grown in this country. i; President Russell of the Florida truthfulness of this any as to the

that could be employedas the circulation Elizabeth Aultman in properly presenting Already there are thirty. acres in oranges I Press Association has named the following :i and 1'1go\ more statement fully into, to details writeme ?
1 of the Valley Gazette his popular drama, and the ,
grapefruit and tangerines, and GIVEN BY MISS JOE BERTH BRYAN j i standing committees for the in answering his letter" !
This form of advertising had been cast will he composed of our leading
, the trees are loaded with fruit, and '
:'; IN HONOR OF HER ensuing year: .
\, carried on in this county for four young/ men and women who have displayed understand it theintention of I
I we is i Executive-Robert McNamee, chairman -
h/, and admits that it exceptional histrionic talent. HOUSE GUESTS. ) CITY TAX LIST
years, everyone the new owners to plant at least sixty 1 Jacksonville; Clyde Glenn, Tam- j
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resulted in more good than everythingelse | The company are rehearsing every acres more to this fruit, the land for I pa; Oscar T. Conklin, Miami; ArthurB.
attempted along that line, but night at the Chapter House, and by the IN THIS ISSU''
which is cleared and in
already per- A delightful twelve o'clock lunch- Brown, Fort Pierce; M. F. Hether-
best known to themselves, time the is on one will
play put
for reasons every fect condition.In .
eon was served by Miss Joe Berta ington. Lakeland; and the presidentand
commissioners discontinued -, be line perfect.It -
4 the county) all there is about ninety acres Bryan on Tuesday, July 22, in honor'of secretary ex-officio members.
(0 their subscription of 800 copies is the intention of Mr. Redmondto cleared that are not in use, on which her house guests, the Misses Hollie Constitution and By-I..aws-Gilbert In this issue will be found the list

.A weekly to this paper as well as.th..ir. organize a permanent company vegetables of every known varietywill and Agnes Granberry of Arcadia, and Leach, Tampa; J. E. Reese, Miami; of property in Kissimmee on which

-4 subscription weekly of :200 copies of among our Kissimmee people and give I be cultivated, but particular at- Mrs. Arthur Webb of Tampa. Wayne Thomas, Plant City. the taxes were not paid for the year

each of the other papers published in performances in all towns in middle | tention will be given to egg plant, cel- The decorations were unique in ev- Membership-Lew B. Brown,' St. 1912, and which will\ be sold at public "

this countyIt and southern Florida. With this idea' ery, lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes and ery respect. Vases of lovely cut flow- Petersburg; S. J. Triplett, Kissimmee outcry in front of the City Hall on h

was argued, and very correctly ,I in view he will "try out" many of our potatoes, as the soil seems to be pe- ers graced the parlor, and on enteringthe ; Clarence E. Woods, Eustis. September 1st. There are only eighty ,"'

so, that, when the; county commissioners -;I young people during the next month. culiarly adapted to their successful luncheon room the real scheme of Finance-Frank Kellow, Fort My- five separate parcels of property included -

paid for circulating the papers The next performance this company -I II growth, Mr. O'Berry having marketed the decorations appeared. Covers ers; R. O. Davies. Palm Beach; S. A. in this list, which is evidence ,
burden fell equal on all tax pay- i of Kissimmae players will put that consider their real estate :
the as much as eight hundred crates of were laid for fifteen. Dozens of seemingly McBride, Arcadia. owners
era whereas when it was left to individuals I I on here after presenting Hazel Kirke", egg plant from one acre while he was real butterflies hovered over the Legislative-Henry S. McKenzie, in this city as exceptionally valuable'1> aI'

to advertise this section the will be "Ten Nights in a Barroom, operating that farm. centerpiece of marguerite daisies and Palatka; D. B. Potts, Miami: 'M. B. and do not desire it clouded with a

burden fell practically on a dozen: men, I' with Mr. Redmond in the role of Joe There are /flowing artesian wells at graceful asparagus fern. Others flitted Darnall Key West. sale for delinquent taxes

although every business man and Morgan. This play will be given fotI Edgewater at such places that a large near a large hammered brass jar Arbitration and Grievances-$frs. The city has been most.liberal in

property owner in the county derived I the benefit of the Civic League; which I area can be irrigated in case of a con- diniere of goldenrod and brown-eyed C. V. S. Wilson, Sarasota; W. Stanley the collection to* day,,originally -. /: I

benefit from increased population. j| in itself should draw an exceptionally tinued drouth a condition which sel- Susans. Hanson, Fort Myers;. W. L. Strau'b, set ot..s. books was

There were certain conditions prevailing large audience. I dom prevails here, bUt a sensible pre- Butterflies adorned the placecardsand St. Petersburg; P.%V. Leavengood, May 19th, extendedone

in this county at the time the H. E. Bryan, of Jacksonville, spent caution to take, as good crops are the dainty little favor baskets Ocala; R. O. Meek, For-Meade, mOJth,4, andjtMfcwtixpayers;wer' t

commissioners.discontinued their tubcriptions last Sunday in the city visiting his assured regardless of weather con- holding mints .and. nuts. Butterfly Memorials and Resolutions-Fratak allowed to pay'up"until the day'th. '

that do not prevail now, wife, who is spending some time with ditions. bows of many soft colored ribbons E. Harris Ocala; C. Codrington" copy was turned into the hands of the't r'

and in the hope that they can seethelr'Way her relatives here. The water front is extensive enough ornamented the service throughout the DeLand; J. M.M.'Caldwell Jasper '4" printer.. .f' -.
clear to again take up that // I) I I "
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1 ,..: ,, .' \ GAZETTE r FklDAY, JULY 2S,-..1'11 .t
; PAGE 2.. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY

He ", , .'. l I OO'OUH.HUHUOUHH-O+ OOCI OO"90000000 ot"O"O.
fiscal policies -
in their respective
: ments ,
I
Hon. H. Clay Stanford THE TARIFF TAXCROSSLY ,. the great'end always Bought has I .
I been to devise a tax that can be m.po.sed'


r/i ;: Will ,Represent ,Kissimmee, UNEQUALSAYS toth benefits according/ received to ability, thereby to'pay equalizing and

w the.ax burden;that will be certain To .Build.or
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and wilL steadily respond -to
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'; CONGRESSMAN HULL changes in rates, thereby affording the
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: .. : ]N.: PORTRAYING THE MANY. ADVANTAGES OK THIS SECTIONTHROUGII : productive and flexible
Government a
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OFFICES TO BE LOCATED IN LONDON, system of revenue. The method of

WHO taxation evolved from centuries of legislation .
FALLS ON'TIIOSE
BURDEN
ENGLAND.W
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i: and agitation throughout the

V. ARE LEAST ABLE TO PAY world that most nearly approximatesthe Home
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r f THE GOVERNMENT'S EX- ":'requisites just stated, is a tax im- 'Buy -
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+ $ The following article is taken from I i in the campaign of the Southern S et- I'ENSES. poseduponincomes."Long everywhere has
experience
i Monday's Tampa Tribune: tlement] and Development Organization. t
this method affordsthe
Following closely upon the departure The .members of the Florida finance demonstrated that '

I of Tampa's Board of Trade secretary I committee of the organizationare Washington, D. C., July] 22.-By ] only means of of the reaching country the in financial fair 11 And Not Insure It,

!, c Jacksonville\ is to lose? H. II. as follows: determining the revenue of the 300- resources" citizen 3:
Richardson, the able secretary who I Dr. W. M. Stimson, chairman, state 000 corporations doing business in the measure! and compelling every
his abil- l
I has been such a great factor in the finance committee, Jacksonville. United States, the framers of the Income to*pay taxes according to Is To
I "rt Naturally this tax is aboutto
progressive work accomplished by that 11. B. Race, Jacksonville. Tax Law aim to get at the prin- ity. i
be restored in this country as one '
fol t organization in the past four years. ;I Eugene Holtsinger, Tampa. cipal sources of the taxable wealth of Hook and Land
chief of ridding the peo- -
of the means
According to the Times-Union, the I L. 'H. McIntyre, Tampa. the country, according to Judge Cor- ,
b I of the odious and inequitable fl.a-j
whole thing came as a thunderbolt !F. C. Boyer, Tampa. dell)!lull, who represents in Congressthe ple '
It( 1, to even members! of the board of gov/ I K. I. Huff, Tallahassee Fifth Tenessee district. In a tures" of. our present protective tariff :!: An Eels

ernors. Mr. Richardson will take up Henry Clay Stanford Kissimmee. strikingly illustrated\ article in National system."A .1' {
in the
has been waged *
the foreign colonization work of the W. S. Jennings, Jacksonville, for Waterways, published in this city contest
''t$ Southern Settlement and Development 'llernundo county. by the National Rivers and Harbors United States foi this more than twenty :|!: And Not Secure It! 376
behalf of tax to secureit
;; Organization with headquarters, in ,[ T. A. Chancellor, St. Petersburg. Congress, Representative Hull, who ;years in ; decision :i: "
London, Eng. He will remain with Albert W. Gilchrist] Arcadia.W. seems to be as stoutly opposed to the the )people have overturned Court a .'.

the Jacksonville Board of Trade as its A. Blount, Pensacola. Protective Tariff system as he is committed of the U. S. Supreme by THE HOME

's' secretary until October 1, however. I l J. :M. Meffert. Ocala. to the Income Tax amendmentto writing an amendment into the Con- ,4; CALL ON US ,

At the meeting of yesterday there A Greater Field. the tariff bill 'now before the Senate I stitution. The income tax is here- for Real Estate Bargains
quickly slip
I II' May
and to stay. At all times affording a I as away
: were mingled] ft'elinof/ sentiment At the meeting yesterday afternoon of \thich he i is the author, states '
when the resignation of Secretary I attended by President H. II. Race, C. that much ]less' than one-half of the substantial amount of revenue, this I I By fire by night, Farm, Houses,
tax, combined with our present internal -
i* 4\ Richardson was delivered to the board 11./ Mann, William Foor and George W. values of realty is reached for taxes, I' I .1. Vacant Property,
revenue taxes and also the tariffs .
of governors. There was a short un- Clark, all made addresses. They while "intangible personalty escapes I f Or fire by day. Business Sites
revised honest :
tuxes to an revenue
''} certain period about this time. In were of a feeling sort, too, each voicing taxation to the extent of eighty-live
r t, spite of the fact that the trade body the sentiment that while the trade or ninety per cent of its total." Such basiv, will give the United States anew .: It bat happened, it may happen! Property for Rent,

1 d received the resignation with regret/ l body is loath to let Mr. Richardsongo evasion and unequal assessments, he and modernized fiscal system unequaled "- i Etc., Etc.List .

sh' and was prone not to. accept it, there it recognizes that his decision is declares, handicap the revenue and impose by that of any other country : BE PREPARED

{ I was another feeling that it was after 'one which he must necessarily makein I undue burdens and hardships up- U'KElcU'KE SAYS:; X your. property for sale
: all a mama' own duty to himself that justice to himself. In a feeling on honest taxpayers. I ;0.

v r ::1,d\ makes Secretary Richardson break manner Secretary Richardson re- "The sum total of tax conditions in I The only difference between pants When It Does Happen! WE'LL PUSH m

K\\ away from Jacksonville. sponded. Vile stated that it was a hard this country," he avers, "is that the and tight skirts is that the /girls makeone

t I In the field which he will now occupy task to pull himself awayr from the manses of the people who are !least do for two. .

as European agent of the Southern work here which he loves so well, his able 10 do so are compelled to pay When a man won't lake a look at .

? I Settlement and Development Organi- associations and all that. the inief portion of !both federal! and a plump ('hlckenho i is exposing as I THEArthur

.: zation, ]Mr. Richardson will represent The Baltimore I Dispatch.The state and ]local taxes. They pay about much of her anatomy a* the police I

not only Florida, but fifteen other following/ dispatch was received all of our $:12,000,000! of internal revenue I will permit he is either very sick or

} w Southern states He has further a last night by the Times-Union from taxes; they pay by far the his wife is with him. I I

,. i sentimental feeling for Florida, a pa- Baltimore] : greater portion of our one to two bi-1] In many case-- beauty !I' only face f
triotic pride and more. "I take this as "Baltimore, July 18.II.. II. Kichard- lion dollars of state and ]local taxes. powder deep. E.

.. a thing of a few years wherein I hope ardson, Jacksonville, has been tendered * * A comprehensive income tax I You may have noticed! that the man I

f4" to do my duty and equip myself for the position of Florida colonization law closely approaches the Golden] who believes] all wealth should be

l greater usefulness for the state," said : agent of the Southern Settlement] find Rule, of taxation; no one can escape I equally shared i is a guy who never has I

4 he in his address yesterday afternoon. I Development Organization, and after hIs reasonable proportion of taxes anything in his pockets but his hands. I

f The History of the Man. the state has been thoroughly orgarviz-/ The miser, the sojourner abroad, the I We are so practical. nowadays thata

'a4 ,- ,.'.". In the story of his going back to I j ed through him under the direction of holder of hidden wealth, especially Intangible man won't start building castles in DoneganREAL

Europe there is rather unusual biog- ,'' the state finance committee, he is to ] personalty, are all caught the air until he is sure his concrete is I i

'- raphy of a man. No more enthusiastic j'take charge of the foreign colonization within its! net." properly mixed.I'rocrastuiatiun. '

++ d' citizen of Jacksonville nor of Florida I I work with headquarters in London, The writer declares that manifold I is good stuff to use

w= ever lived than the secretary of the England, where it is proposed to establish abuses have arisen frorn the tariff I I when you set out to whip a man who :

\ Board of Trade. But Mr. Richardson : a well equipped bureau of information tax levied at the custom houses, which 1 'is bigger than you are. I j ESTATE

?:& was born in London, received his general I with an exhibition of the has been the chief source of indirect I Another thing the scientists should ;

,4' i" and legal education there. He I I resources of the Southern states. It is taxation heretofore lie characterizes 'explain I is why a man can get just

came to Florida and settled in Pinel- I' planned to secure/ selected settlers who the customs levy as "grossly unequal : drunk drinking bartender's size .. as\\

.I I will have sufficient capital to insure ], inequitable and unfair both in ''as he does when he browses AND INSURANCE

After his ;| success in their new /field, and also to its terms and effects" schooners.

orange grove properties had been destroyed -I interest men of finance in Southern in- "Under its operation not all the I There isn't any sense m even a lit-

i' L. in 1886 by the freezes of that vestments. property taken from the people goes tle married man being henpecked. If

o-c j year he became connected with the From London Headquarters. into the national treasury," is his deduction a woman finds that a man will get AGENCY

Orange Belt Railway Company, later "Continental Europe will be covered "on the contrary, the bulk oft back at her in his own way, she will .
; being elected secretary with headquarters from'London headquarters. This for- goes to the domestic: manufacturer: qui "bullying him and treat him like'a

uk, i in Oakland. In 1896 he moved + eign work will be under the directionof in outright violation of the entire human:

to Jacksonville and becam efreight I Clement S. Ucker, who has been appointed meaning and purpose! of taxation." I Second
'contracting agent of the Nashville, by Vice President Manss .as "The scientific: income tax wouldbe NOTICE, Floor Citizens Bank :
t Sealed bids will be received for the .
"c Chattanooga and St. Louis railway. In colonization director with headquarters an accurately graduated tax with
I of the
purchase Methodist
N 1895 he became general agent of theI at the general offices in Baltimore its lowest rate applying to the income recently purchased by parsonager r
'
Atlantic, Valdosta and Western rail- :i Mr. Ucker is an expert in this just above that required to supportan Board, rind situated by the ,Methodist I
ways. In 1901 he resigned work I, line, having been for many years con- average family. In view of the I church, up to and including August4th I Town Lots fifty We make a spec-
1 along these lines to into the building fact that the 1913. All bids to be addressed'
? t $ go :| nected with the department of the interior great bulk of our more
-
to W. C. Bass, chairman, and marked I
five hundred of all kinds
c material business. to
In the year of the United States government than two billion dollars of government "Bids for Parsonage." Purchaser to ialty

r 1897, however, he had become an enthusiastic "Florida) will be the first of the state and local] taxes are now paid by remove said building on or before
member of the Jacksonville i! Southern states to perfect its organization citizens whose incomes are under Monday, September 1st, 1913, as well j dollars each. of Real Estate
:i Board of Trade. Since as all rubbish and trash, from said ,
February 4, for this great movement. Mr. $4000, it was not deemed unfair to
+ 1908 he has been I lot. Terms of sale: Cash. Board Large tracts of work and Iosur-
'' secretary of the Manss has visited the state several fix the exemption for the present at reserves the right to reject any and I
4 Board of Trade, being elected to this times and has already secured pledges the latter figure. Later, when the all bids. i
position annually since that time. Now I amounting to between $30,000 and new law becomes generally under- W. J. SEARS, '' prairie and tim- ance. Your busi-

ie J, he goes back to England.] I $40,000. divided among; four or five stood and adjusted to the country and 30-3t Superintendent. \
I her lands is solicited.
His New Associates. i counties." \axes are better equalized, or the cheap ness

ti. The future work of Secretary Rich- \ needs of the Treasury greater, the
,
ardson will be largely through a staff | To get desired results the brood exemption would naturally be lowered Birch Mountain

i of Florida boosters who have joined sow much not be constipated. to something like $2,000 and special
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deductions
tl;; - allowed according to the
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- II 1 1 1 I 1 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 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I size of the family, the number of indigent .HERB TEA !
relatives being supported, and ,

for premiums being paid on life insurance I D. G.
etc. Imported from Bohemia, the most WAGNER Mgr.
Can You Save Furthermore, the Government wonderful herb compound the ,

only needs $100,080,1)00; ) additional world has ever known, for the

revenue at this time. These, treatment. of Asthma, HayFever Kissimmee. .-
among others, afford the chief rea- Bronchitis Coughs Colds Catarrh
,
!
17 Cents a Day? sons for inserting the proposed rates!! La Grippe, Whooping Cough antisevere ooooo ooo .
and
exemptions in the
'1 pending bill. cases of Kidney, Bladder, I
These rates can easily and quickly be Stomach and -
Lung troubles.It -- - ---
There are many persons who could save but do not, overlooking raised or lowered by Congress during is an invigorating .,.

i the; real value of a dime, feeling that it is not worth while. The any year, according to the needs of ,! tonic, purifies the - -- ---

error which these people make is in this: it is not the amount that isBO the Treasury; without business dis- I blood, builds up

I Important in attaining a savings bank turbances such as tariff changes oc I the run-down .-
account, as it is the regularity casion. V system Ideal Groves
soothes ]
the
] the ,
constant practice of depositing regularly in some reliable "This would
measure '
impose the tax nerves, improves"t.the i
savings bank, regardless of what the amount may be. upon four classes of individuals, viz.: appetite and 'I I
z .. 1. Citizens of il By far the greater: number of vigorous ana prolific troves lathe
the
17c a day, .$5.00 a month, United States sleep rest. I
at State today ore the renuit of
residing home.
deposited regularly every month in the Savings Department of the I and refreshing. I

Citizens Bank of Kissimmee will at the end of twenty years amount: 2. Such citizens residing elsewhere. 'I This wonderful (Ideal Formulas
:j. Alien citizens residing in the tea con

1 >'* Total Deposits 1200.00 United States. 21 different .Bd

k+ Interest earned 632.84 I 4. The income of alien citizens residing ,,i.-I herbs; imported Ideal MethodsWe
elsewhere] derived from ', from Bohemia and has been en-

-1 i 1832.84 erty owned and business 1 dorsed by Pope Leo XIII, the Em- have been with you as growers, salesmen, and manufacturers -
+r in the United States." proP-I' poror of Austria and many eminent
al How about Christinas time? Are you laying anything aside now Congressman Hull records the physicians, besides receiving. for over thirty years, but what particularly concerns you is

,r p for the Christmas Holiday season} that more than 160 countries and I the highest awards, gold medals that right BOW we have the right materials, the right equipment and

It you'll 'tart that Sayings Account now you will have a substantial states have adopted this tax, and gen- -some the of which are reproducedon the right people to give you the
erally for the two-fold cans-and honorary
purpose of Diplomas '
balance ia our bank by Christmas time. "
raising revenue and equalizing tax from Expositions held in Paris, Right Service NOW
Four per cent interest paid every three months. burdens. Wherever given a reason- Rome, Vienna, Florence] London

We invite your account. able trial, he points out, it has never and Liege, in recognition of its Send for Free Books on Florida Products.

been repealed, save in the United great curative qualities. This is
States "and this repeal was effectedas one of the few articles that is free WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

; V Citizens Bank of Kissimmee system an efficient of high means and of perpetuatinga extortionate If from it does alcohol not, do narcotics all that and is claimed poison. >> M* .imfaetiirr*.f 1 '.j.jc

protective tariff taxaU n." for it, your money will be refunded. IDEAL FERTILIZERS

'"Other governments likewise have BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
((4 ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER, .
President Cashier found themselves confronted with, aimunjust Buffalo N. Y.. J. S. A. Local Agent, Waters &t Carson Grocery Co. '
b.tfa..s :, J r P I IJ ilar tax )laws and unequal tax Sold by Kissltfirne* Drag Co. Klsslmme -
I burdens. In their efforts to improve
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.t, FRIDAY) > ULY" Z5, 1913 .t Ik

THE ICISSIMMEE VALLEY'GAZETTE'' w., ,
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j LIMANTOUR \ A r

.I; THECAUSEOF Good Roads Committee MRS D, U, FLETCHER !fiYiYiYiYililiYiYi! !fiYififi! \



: IT ALL Of Board of; Trade 'WOULD SEGREGATE Posterity Furniture r<




. MEXICAN "LOAN" A FARCE OUTLINE: ,PLAN ,FOR BUILDING: AND MAINTAINING. ROADS. .IN NEGRO, FROM WHITEAS !x THE>=. : old,, furniture like

j '
t OSCEOLA COUNTY-REPORT .WILL BE SUBMITTED TO x. !Ii

.'; ,UNITED STATES MAKING ,MOST COUNTY COMMISSIONERS., TRUE SOUTHERN WOMANSHE our grandfathers !IiiiI'

'SEARCHING -- -- -" --- -. .., is seldom foundnowadays.
-
INQUIRY"'INTO' -- - ,j jI bought? =
'
ATTITUDE OF EUROPEAN Mr.._ S. J. Trlpl tt., Pees of the KUlimmee i time one of the most economical meth FAVORS THOMPSON BILL, ..

DIPLOMATS. Board of Trade.: City I ode,, These drags area very easily BUT RECENT ASSAULTS HAVE; iiI'

't".. I -- I Kissimmee. Fla., July 12, 1913..' constructed, very Inexpensive, and we ADDED tO'THE URGENCY"( The old-fashoned in- I

are advised that one man with a good a
OF SUCH DIVISION.By .
Washington, D. 'C., July 19.-The Dear Sir: Your committee appointed pair of mules can maintain and keepin egrity ,and solidness of ..

statement has been made here thatJose some time ago to consider the question good condition as far as it l ia possible $ .
of roads and ( WINFIELD JONES construction is almost \
M. Limantour to report thereon )
who was minister to do so with a drag, 100 milesof .
of has been delayed in its consideration' Washington, D. C., July 18.-Although -
finance in
the. cabinet of
Porfino road, which is certainly the cheapest I
Diaz, when the latter was presidentof for several causes, chief among whichis : form that can be used. Of course, Attorney General McReynoldswrote 11 entirely gone. I J,
the absence of the efficient to United States Marshals Horr
Mexico directed very
has from Paris Time when the
the ; we realize there are some parts of the was
,,, '
x, intrigue which chairman, Mr. C W. Ward. However, and McGourin, demanding their resignations | ;
has
resulted in the for
"
| road where this drag would not be affective "
sign diplomats accredited we feel that we should make a report I over ten days ago, no reply j furnitnre of the fathers
to Mexico i but we believe this to be the :
making Ion I i this very important subject, and j jI I has been received from either, and it ]I5 x
representations to their governments 1 I simplest and most economical method
I I hence bog to report.--6S follows: In1 is apparent that they intend to ignore j descended to the children'Yi
the
regarding failure of the : of improving and repairing and keeping x .
our opinion nothing !is of larger interest I j the Attorney General's request.McReynold's x
United (
States to recognize the Huerta I in good condition the roads. and thence the
to
Administration. or of larger value to a community I next step will be to grand- !fi
: We and \
earnestly urgently -
recommend
It is said that it was known in Wash- than good roads. Roads put in good i| the use of the split log drag lay the matter before President Wilson : children.
I condition are useful to all clusso. to .determine whether the President -
ington two weeks that the 1! for this
ago diplo- .
purpose. I
.' They are economical to all classes and wishes to have the marshals That what I ,
mats in I
Mexico
City would representto We also beg to call your attention : was we
there is nothing that attracts new set : summarily dismissed or to serve out
their governments that they enter- to the fact that the county owns a'' '
tiers or is a greater aid to the development : |I their terms. If the former plan Is' call "Posterity" furniture.
tain
grave fears for safety of their clay pit in West Kissimmee on the
of a country than good 'loads. |' adopted it will be merely a matter of ,
citizens, and that the State Florida Midland railroad. and from
Department t
: 1- It is the kind of furn-
This good roads question is a very hours before Horr and McGourin are
or at least one official of it had this pit clay wag used some years ago i ; f
important one from I dismissed. A decision Is expected in ,
an inkling ten days ago of what wouldbe every standpoint; to construct the road leading from the : the I iture we sell.--dependable I
it involves the material developmentand matter in the next few days, and
done. I I Shingle Creek bridge. This
upper ,
improvement of a its attractiveness probably will be brought up at the furniture
country old-fashoned
It is reported that Limantour's plan I ; the: economy with; which- I road seems to be one of the best that next cabinet meeting. I I I I '

contemplated these I we have. It maintains its usefulness
representations in
I business may be transacted; the savIng I Meanwhile the number of candidates; : new only in style
the hope that at least one United II and has kept its good condition more for the I c x
of animals; vehicles of all kinds; | marehalships are increasing.
States ambassador easily than other road that ,
or minister to
a any we --- and
and, therefore, is a very important one. I Two additional candidates arrived in I Yi design. !Ii
European country would be called into 'have had for years.
] As we understand it, the income of Washington today, called upon members !
the foreign office of the capital to We respectfully recommend that -- I We have bed room
: the county for road all told, of the Congressional delegationand
which he is attached and asked informally purposes from this clay be "utilized -
( same pit may
I is about $25,000 annually, whicn I Ii sought their endorsement. The I chairs
to inquire(' of the State Department to build a good road from Kissimmee I iiI suits and rockers $1
two candidates ,
amount is not large enough to pro- 11 are Harry L. Bethel of ,
i i
at Washington what to the south bridge ShinglCreek
over e
prospect
| duce many miles of good roads in one Tallahassee, and Nat H. Walker of t tables---in short a complete -
there of and to the road
is early peace in Mexico It as it turns to ,
Crawfordsville. Bethel's chief
claim
is stated that this informal I I year. Ilowe\er we heg to suggest I Campbell Station, as this will be a
inquiry line of the
that the fixed policy of the county au- to the office is that he was a strong best"posterity"
haft been made in of the neat haul and an
one European inexpensive proposition
I thorities ought to be, in our opinion, supporter of both Senators in their
capitals, Limantour hoping that the i I Also that an effort be madeI goods.
last senatorial rTLr
first: to such is campaign. Both of
repair as actually
moral effect of the inquiry and the I I to locate other road material along these I I
candidates after
necessary to make them reasonably are the northern
joint representations by the Mexican I the line of the public roads throughoutthe
i to -
passable and in good shape, and second I marshalship succeed McGfcunn
City diplomats of the county for at
unrest there I use nearby points Ward
George is still here his
: to construct new loads from in quest
would to hasten the permanent ]i i To our minds nothing will thei
serve possible develop .
I lasting material as the fundsin for the office of marshal for the northern 1 Yi
recognition of Huerta by the United i road more than thorough, capable, direct district. x q.aae
hand will warrant from time to i OsceolaHardware !Ii
States. : effective supervision and letting _
time. '
It is stated that when details of the levels be established according to The Sixth Annual Convention of the x

Limantour's alleged intrigue become We respectfully recommend that an I the proper grade and everything done Atlantic Deeper Waterways Associa ,

known the facts will (constitute one I effort be made to construct at least : as an experienced engineer would indicate tion will be held in Jacksonville, November '

of the greatest scandals ever known in I a few miles of roads of the most last : If there were larger funds'availahle 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1913. Company

diplomatic history Under it is said ing material that can be had each we should probably be in a Business Arms are entitled to send I I r
year out of the funds derived. If this Kissimmee ':- ..-- ..-- Florida j
I two
to he a moneymaking scheme, in position to recommend other methodsof delegates; commercial and trade

which, it is charged, Huerta is to I policy is maintained as a fixed policy : proceedings- this seems to be organizations may appoint as many

share. It is said that the foreignersin ;I the system will grow and be bene I the best now available, and thereforewe delegates as they please, their voting ! !Iilililililili! ! ! !IiIiIiIifilililililiRlililil! ! ! ! ! ! !

Mexico City are concerned in it, I filed largely from time to time and earnestly recommend that this power, however, being measured as

and that many of the leading foreign i therefore benefit all toe citizens Board adopt the suggestions made, and one vote for each $5,00 paid as annual :

r. business. men of Mexico City are to As to the method of working and !Tefer them to the Board of County dues. States and cities are also re 1 MtvkeourDo crS
:
" profit financially if the United States 1 handling these roads, we beg to sug Commissioners for their approval. quested to appoint commissioners.' .

government takes any stepwhatever gest as to repairs. All authorftiesagree Respectfully, The city of Jacksonville offers a :

that will enable a syndicate of Trench in saying that the use of the C'. A. Carson, M. Katz, J. W. Miller, remarkable example of civic courage Work fog '

bankers to place for cash the recently I; split log drag for the roads, of tlicountry e I Jno M. Lee, A. S. Nelson, I D. G. Wag and progress During the past year r

authorized loan to the MexIl'anCov/ -:, is one of the best methods of I tier, W B Makmson, W. G. King, J. special session of the Florida Legis v c,

ernment" of $50,000,1)00.< <> !! maintaining them and at the sameis i I McPhatter lature, called by request and at the -"a YOU r rt

The recent so-called "loan" in Mex- expense of Jacksonville, authorized a ""

ico by a sjndieato of foreign hankers bond issue of $1,000,000 for a public I (]I. -..- -
declared to have been a farce. The I have been largely so-called speculativelosses dock system in that city, which was 1:0.-::- """: I -.2Il./I.

creditors received 6 per cent bonds at that is, losses of what would submitted to popular vote and carriedalmost

What fs the difference between a ninety, in lieu of cash for their claims, have been profit h"d not a series o:f
unanimously. The last Rivers
dude and a meat man? but the promoters of the "loan" have I revolutions depressed business. and Harbors Bill provided for the improvement

L;*1. I been unable to sell the remaining Both the White House and State of. one of the links Immediately

': [ I 1 $50,000,000 worth of bonds authorizedfor Department continue/ to observe strict t north of 'Jacksonville. The i
M cash, or of them and its I
M any part official silence on the situation' thePresident Government has recently taken over
t declared that they will not be able
and ;
Secretary Bryan evidently and opened to free traffic the import
to.oil them until the United States
i j awaiting first-hand reports ant link connecting Norfolk and Beau-
,
r "r'ogtu/ed/!: the Iluerla ijo\cinment from Ambassadoiilson! who fort
I is expected i and influence is! being foicihlydnceteel -
The 1 promoters of the "loan" are here about July :J!3I. :i ( 1 'tonitid the next important
MORE MONEY have working for the less you'need
you you:
tin Bunco N'utionitl and the Bunco From official quarter, however, i ir it link to connect the, (hesapeake and 1 THE
< i ntiali' of Mexico (ity, the two !lead work
r i- limned. thaI the :StateDepaitment> )( .Iuwaret'R! ]It may safely he' I, yourself.

iiin, linaiu! -ml institutions of the Mcx has been informed that theanti-American stated 1 that ft'OIlJIaln; <' to Floridatheie nl

'nan lupitul, both of which are ownedI de'numst ratuiin in Mexico (Itv is piactical mteiest aroused! inthe I

i I I li\ I tench interests, for whom,Inimun \\ !'it rnhrrly. ] aitilnial>-and! stimiilatc-ci;i t development) of IntelCoastalatc Less worry less anxiety of mind.

tout I is said to have been acting in (' : '(' of the lad of recognition ofI \\ 'i'.wax.'sMis ,

PanMine he has been ixpat I'mU'd<1 I the lluntn 1-:0\'eminent and for the, I If you keep on saving putting your savings to work for you

!h"I n' fm the past two >eaisil : Duncan U, rietehei, wife of
purpose of id'moll-I nlllll//!: the power i I regularly the funded capital of your earnings will gradually takeup
I Chi dude .:lie. '"i,, c r"" I KI'::, I but I I tIii he .J), which foreign 'power has miiuii'l lot the pioiion:il ,iroxe-l.nine-lit to ton- live I Flol'idu Senator. and president of the burden, and .

u. ,il man, Li II, t" di'", | for t a definition of this O\'l'I'tI- : tiol them Congressional (lull, today (ami-- : ,

--. mi'nt"'- attitude. ill the present situation II I I' 'its Komi'10, i onficicnti.il agent/!: t out strongly in favor of Congressman/!: I II

I I' is still unknown officially here, i of the "" (),.,stJtutlOlI \lIsb" in Wash 'hompson's I' lace segiegation bill ';'You Will Have to Work No MoreYou ,'-

On/ there was d little calf though!; reports mentioned Great Britain I i ington.. stated to
and 1'iance The denial front ;': ek.etious'hu'h. Hueita says he i is whites in street cars and government J .
'Twould make you laughTo -partments,. in ,' are also insured against hard times and hard luck a
Berlin that (Germany; had made rcpie I ironic/!: to havebeld, in Mexico( October Washington I

hear it bawl! --ThotS half. s.'illations was jreneiallaeeepte'd as JH:! not take'\ pimp, because 90 I() per Ah a Southern; woman she declares |

l'pmO"lnthat/!: country from the list : cent of the peoplewill not go to the that her feelings demand a division of : Start to save this moment and let your dollars

The report I that the situation has been polls but t that if any attempt is made the races, but she added that thd e'i'i work for you at our bank.STATE .

dis<'ussc>d by representatives' of the I to hold an election l hy> :Mexicans awe recent assaults upon white women |I .

Now we sell the bent t pow' ers in Paris seemed to strengthenthe by fluerta it will be illegal, as the have added to the urgency/!: of the need!

Of Veal, well dressed 1o..1'f. that Fiancewas interested I I i i constitution of Mexico provides! that of Columbia such division in the Distiict of I I BANK[: OF1INSIMMEE

It was pointed out that the French |i nei elections i'an be held unless the J JM
,
., It makes a dainty ;
mealThat's hu\(' hiavy interests in Mexico country is at peace, and that the con ;
I Hiram G. Truesdell has
All I French i investors are said to have : Mitutionalibt.s" will! not recognise' the been ap
pointed postmaster. at vilas, Alma P
I results of
heat y holdings of Mex.can; railroad i such an election.

: Except a suggestion--- st'<'unties. Great; Britain's interests Martin has been commissioned pohtmafcter -
I at Melbourne and Sam Capital $50,000.00 < 1
I A dirty cream separator never does
aiu hard) to he principally in the National r
BUY YOUR VEAL HERE efficient skimming. Etheridge has been appointed rural *!
I railways and in mining, Germany' | mail carrier at Cypress. Surplus $30.000 Depo.itor'i Security $$130,000

1 1 interests are said to lie largelyin -
Officers and Directors

.' SAM STORY (i 1 agriculture Business.and nation-wide hardware Malaria or Chills & Fever r has Frank been, ;a\1.visitor Cooper to of Washington Punta Gorda for, I I II C. A. CARSON. Prest. J, M. LEE, Vice Pre.t. M


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BASS MARKET( or a doe will break any ca.e. and at the State Department to I | heavy through destruction of railroad If taken then u a tonic the Fever will not t t
k. return. II act on the liver better than for Dr M. E, Quina, of''
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.. aooooo000000oooooa. that certain vices 'are necessary evils CHANCE TO WIN \
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Valley "
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A Christian citizenship' never contends = A SCHOLARSHIPThe
JOB'ATWHIITIERGOVERNMENT
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE) BUILDING. a EDITION that a certain proportion of humanity
KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. .....
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: W.; HARRIS !' _. !l .., -' . . ; : . Uwner r +' . VALLEY: GAZETTE' 41f = WILL, HOLD EXAMINATION in order that the rest may thrive androspen Columbia College/ Library Ass
-. ; Editor' indo Manager r 1 4 _. --- .are on aale t. .ooOo ; A Christian citizenshipnever held
S. J. TRIPLETT -. _. 1f O this office 0 'TO- I sedation; at a meeting dUrjnS'the'rece
FILL POSITIONOF
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Qua- opy- one year __:-.....____._._?-.-.$I.a o' a 4e says that the prosperity''of' a ""11: TT.; F..'IJ. encampment,'

''t 'J '/ One copy"II :xraonths .__.._.-.. .1(, Ono COPY. three months. ._____ ..0 a at + POSTMASTER AT THAT city or state depends upon the idle, decided, with the approval of?, the president -

t ... --+, --- ---. o-'IP-Ddt.-must b lOc .a copy n"ooOo PLACE SATURDAY, AUGUST ' the'shiftless, the Ignorant, the criminal of the Board of Trustees and of
'Air"eomraun teat lone, xo.pt r mour. authorised _._ ,
signed by the writer. " *- " - -.- !- ./- --.:. ..ooOo0 23.. 1913.. -classes, instead of upon the sober, the president of the college, to offer

", Rejected matter.will, not be returned.<< unle,. called for.. The subscription price 4 )Industrious, "virtuous, Intelligent, religious : one'full scholarship.rworth' $60-'1n.the --
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} ; Postofflce In FlorldMa I e nd-claa. mall matter. t classes. college or $50 iVi .the academy, to the
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j .. __ lmmee-llmmee-- ____ The United States Civil Service of
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i FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1913. -0- $1.50 a Year: a. Commission announces-that on Satur- Christianity create the universities of number of members of said association -

r : 75c for aiz months.i : day, August 23, 1913,' an examination Cambridge, Oxford, Edinburg, Glasgow and two half scholarships to .\.

J i 44'44444404 a 4044 + .ooOo will.beheld at Kissjmmee Fla.,_as-a. ,-Leipsic- Leyden_ Nutretch Berlin those-who sbul! secure-the. second and. .
What They Think of result! of which it is expected to make and the other great universitiesof third largest number. --- --

I i I edition of Sanford Herald for Semi- certification to fill a contemplated vacancy Europe ? Or to come to our own rules will
The following /govern the
i nole county in the early fall.-Sanford in the position of fourth class
'|country, who established Yale, Harvard -

tl.. Our Illustrated EditionWITHOUT Herald. postmaster at Whittier, Fla., and Cornell, Dartmouth, Vanderbiltand I contest:
I
f
other I. Time limit for work will be
vacancies
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette has as they may occur at other great institutions of learning -

just issued a handsome illustrated industrial tbat office, unless it shall be decidedin I I which are the glory of our land August 8th to September 8th. of

edition of 24 pages and containing the interests of the service to fill I'land the palladia of our government?! 2. All names of members must be

i EXCEPTION:' OUR PEOI'LE AND THE STATE PRESS SAY I of ninety-three that beautiful half South tone engravings Florida- the vacancy by reinstatement. The ; They were founded by men who were sent to :Mrs. A. S. Paulk, secretary and

,1' t r IT SURPASSES ANYTHING:" :" EVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED section. Editor S. J. Triplett is mak- compensation of the postmaster at this firm believers in the Christian religion treasurer, Jasper, Fla., and these must,)

IN TillS SECTION. I ing a paper that is a credit to him office was $207.00 for the last fiscal I'i ; men who, understanding the he accompanied with cash, $1.00 each,

7tr and a most valuable institution to the year. close alliance of religion and odjcation in order that they may count.

-- section Pensacola which Journal.it so ably represents.- Age limit, 21 years and over on the gave their labors and their :S.! No reports. of standing of contestants

: .1 It is with a feeling of pride that H. C. Stanford-The edition was everything __ date of examination, with the excep- lives to establish), these scats of learning I will be given during contest;

I's ., we publish the following short interviews ;I any man could want. It will 1 I I A reader of Friday's Kissimmee tion that in a state where women are for the elevation of .iVum and the'''only: final results, will be published.
J with our citizens regarding the do a world of good for our city and I i| Gazette could easily imagine he was declared by statute to be of full age security of In I
our government. comparison -
Illustrated Edition issued by the Val- I{ county, and our people should not i: readinga paper published in Miami, for all at 18 The membership fee is one dollara
J . ley Gazette last week, and assure them I cease until a copy was placed in every I for the many beautiful; illustrations purposes years, women with these bright constellations year; anyone, male or female, is
+ that their kindly words are fully ap- hamlet in the United States. of scenes in Kissimmee and the glow 18 years of age on the date of examination shedding their lustre upon the I eligible to membership; the money

i ,I preciated, and will strengthen us toI I ing "write-ups" of the city and surrounding will be admitted. world and giving strength and abilityto coming from membership fees is de-
\ put forth greater: efforts next year to I W. G. Hmnkins-It is beyond compare i country looked and sounded Applicants must reside within the
I' what has infidelity
make our 1914 Illustrated Edition big | with anything ever attempted| I just like Miami. The illustrated in- territory supplied by the office popular government, I voted 1 to purchase of books for the library

'' I .i ger and grander in every particular. in this !section, and I can say that thecost i dustrial edition of the Kissimmee Gazette for which post done?! Where are her monu- i which is in urgent need of
the
of the small advertisement i it containing thirty-two pages, examination is announc-- ments of devotedness to the causeof books of reference, histories, lexicons,

J! C. A.Carson -The Special Edition carried of my business has already returned twenty-four of which were devoted to ed.The learning? What universities and colleges and other works which shall be
used
of the Valley Gazette is an educator to me two-fold in the shapeof I the business life of Kissimmee, would examination is open to all citizens has she founded and
nurtured to
I to our people and an exponent of our orders. Be sure and count on me be a credit to a city many times the of the United States who [ by "Indents. and faculty for research
+ industrial resources to the world at for space when you issue your big I size of that in which it was published, can a healthy and vigorous growth ? I and im... tJJ1'atlOn. Gifts of books will

i large. We as a community have just edition next year.C. and there is no doubt but that its comply with the requirements. Where are the governments and civiliTutinne I! not count-in this contest.

cause of being proud of having such I 1 circulation outside the state\ will have Application forms and full information that oho. h.." (nr.ul.\-. Wh,1> I II !
"" Mrs. A. S. Paulk
i'a brilliant and efficient newspaper in S. Acree Nobody could have i a tendency to focus attention on Flor- I concerning the requirements I contribution has. he"d: ; for" I ,
.; our midst. done better in the newspaper line.[ ida I and to attract the settlers to this lof the examination can be secured | the :Mrs A. I'. Montague, See.' & Treas.
The people of Osceola county owe the | land of fruit and vegetables and health 'from elevation of man and the alleviation of President. Jasper, Fla.
I Clay Johnson. Sr.-I found the Valley Gazette a (debt that it will re- | and happiness.-Miami Metropolis. the postmaster at Whittier and J hujnan suffering? Where arc the Lake City, Fla.

I Special Edition of the Valley Gazette quire time to pay for its efforts in get- the local Secretary at Kissimmee or asylums, orphan's, homes and hospitals , -

1 an inexhaustable treatise on our coun- tmg out such a magnificent issue, fill1.f 1.ed 1.: KISSIMMEE HERALDED BY from the U. S. Civil Service Commission that ,she has erected'' Where
ty and her resources in general. It with scenes of our groves, gardensand THE VALLEY GAZETTE Washington, D. C. orethe 'MITK K KOH IIII>K,
I ? I even touches on our birds which fly in farms. The Western man who, I If you would see the mirror held gamblers the drunkards, debased Tin'
e : the air, the fish which swim in our I sees it and don't pull up stakes and j' up to Kissimmee, get a copy of the Applications should be properly executed and outcasts, that she has reformed? I In iinil, I ll.mril for i I'N''i'l of County Ccunly.ommissloners! Florida.l

;', lakes and rivers besides the beasts come here, is sleeping on his rights; 'j booster edItion-the name is ours- and filed with the Commissionat I will . n, ,. .,-..Iod blue on the clearing
which dwell on high land. I was much and the rights of his children. 1 1of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Washington at least 7 days before I ol... ". IK it K of land, n NARCOOSSEK ITEMS I Ml t 0 1ll< 4th lH\ of ,
"I' AU/CU.I. 1113
r pleased with the account of the $47,000 In it Kissimmee is written up and the date of the examination otherwise Mall lain) lo. IM will ,, hared of all
+' Federal appropriation wherewith to J. R. (Jilberl-It is a splendid index i photographed in the latest approved it be j| R. T. Walden having closed: 1 evangalistic I Ir-.M Mtutii, |1'H Miliutt .lu and other
f improve the Kissimmee river and to our prosperous and growing: citv, 'II i way by our good friend W. B. Collins, may impracticable to examine !|: meetings here bus gron' to aw lh end will pluni'tl and cut over
I I and is entitled I the applicants.A \\ 11 I h .1 ,1.1.i 'Iulrnw
? open permanent navigation between to all the praIse our I pleasantly remembered in Orlando. lWest i Apopka. .1 I. I ,\' :Ht'TJnET.':
Kissimmee and Fort Myers. people can give it. It is a tip top edition and does the Chas Montsdocu of Frost' Proof II I J -t ("...rk.
I town and the paper credit. And it is FINE ORATION:" I I -
Andrew Johnson-The Special Edition J. F. O'I3erry-It is the best thing 1 a credit to the genius of Collins, who, I brought h.s brother Samuel' bore to

w of the Valley Gazette comes to us in the newspaper line I ever saw in with Mrs. Collins is a visitor to Or- The Eustis Lake Region pays a ,:i visit his brother William His, mother, IS HOME AGAIN

r as an inspiration and an incentive to this I section and as one of its patrons I lando today.-Reporter-Star. high compliment to District Attorney l sister and neice, Miss :Muzolle, accompanied !
still advance and achieve even greater can"say that the money I spent with : Herbert S. \ in I l hr> JC Davis, optician, who has
Phillips, connectionwith themSamuel
things in the future than we have in it will come back doubled before long. I WE WANT NO JAPANESE. | was hot sometime Ix-fii practicing optometry here for ten
It was a great effort, and I doff the address which Mr. Phillips ago through the and is ,
the past. my The Kissimmee Valley Gazette spine an years and fitted many of the best
hat to the Valley Gazette for display. recently delivered at Kissimmee on July 4, invalid. !people of Kissimmoo. and surrounding

'J/TJ. Clark-We consider the Special ing such enterprise. I published an editorial, preceded says the Tampa Tribune. The elo- Fred Hill of this, place has accepted I, country with glasses i is back again
Edition of the Valley Gavette the most : by a letter sent to the New York at his, home office-Park Hotelwhere
quent attorney was at his best and, a situation in the office of -
the
I Arthur E.
useful advertising medium through: I Donegan-It's the best American by Jno. II. Armstrong, in I he may be consulted for optical
I from all
which the resources of the beautiful ever and will do more good by ten which he stated he had learned thata accounts, made a profound Southern Utilities Co. at Jacksonville. work.

valley of the Kissimmee and the fertile times than anything ever before at- I lawyer in Seattle had obtained impression by his scholarly and patriotic C. W. Bruns 1S.. Huckley and Headache of years' standing cured
tempted. There is an
prairie can be placed before the nothing can com- speech on that James
J gen- occasion. Th? Buckley of Cincinnati, arrived -
eral! public. pare with a newspaper to set forth option on 80,000 acres of land in with (flashes bylr\ Pavix.!
I the advantages of a place to invest Florida, which he is selling to the Lake Region quotes the following here Thursday. Mr James Eyes tested free and glasses soldat
.
money or make a home, and this from Mr. Phillips' remarks: Buckley has large interests in the
j S. L. Lupfer-No previous effort edition is entitled Japanese. He also states that the A Christian reasonable prices
to head the list in
citizenship never, phosphate mines of Florida.
forth the Gazette deal says I 31-4t
by Valley is
put can that line. Its circulation through the I being hurried through as fast
: compare with this last special edition. North and West will be the cause of as possible before the people wake
It is credit to all those -- -
a great con-
.s many coming here next winter who
up.
nected with the and it is I
paper, a
great pleasure to distribute such ai now intend-to go to other places.G. This is a matter of serious consideration WE
; HAVE
l EXCLUSIVE[ SALE. F
valuable advertising synopsis of our j 'I and one that, if found
industries and descriptive matter of B. Poe-I always thought I was . . .
I our county. living in the best town in Florida, but j true, should be treated with drastic ,

----H after reading your big edition I know measures, for surely, we of Florida,
-: that.I am living in the very best town I want none of the troubles and worries
I consider this
W. B. Makinson
in the
South. It is a credit to Kis-
Special Edition of the Valley Gazette simmee to have a paper that can and that have recently confronted the people OF ONE OF THE BEST GROVE PROPERTIES IN THIS
i one of the best advertising mediumsever did publish such a magnificent speci- of California in such .manner as

placed before the public, as it men of the writer's and printer's art. to cause them to Iegisjate 'especially DISTRICT. 3-4 mile Villa Packing House of which it is a I
!gives a general idea of the practical '
the
against
industries now being carried on in our I R. T. Butler acquirement and ownership member, 1-4 mile to railroad located Lake
it's
county. The paper has covered a -Why, lust the of lands in the state by the Jap- on with beautiful
finest I if
thing ever saw, and i it don'tfill
I. great: deal of ground. It is large in our town with people this winter anese, and which has created sucha frontage, 1500 ft. 4 inch cement pipe from lake through

its make-up as well as in its ideas. i I I miss my guess.J. world-wide stir as to cause talk of grove

; ; I! E. Rush-Couldn't be finer, I don't the possibility of a war between this for irrigation, 8 room house, good stable.
t H. Edmund Swabey-Taking the believe if
you tried. It outclassed
last special issue of the Kissimmee I anything: ever before attempted in country and Japan.We 34 acres land, 20 acres fruit land and 14
Valley Gazette as a criterion of what !I these parts; and will repay those who have no objection to the Japan- acres pasture.

ar we in improvements are, what we have in both accomplished city and patronized it ten times over in increased ese-in Japan-but we have no room Trees vary from 5 to 17 year old, 5 acres of 5 years old. Be-
' business this fall and winter. for them in Florida, where we are
county during these last few years, it tween 13 and 1400 trees is in
grove best
of _
certainly sets ane anticipating of the trying: to build up the best state in condition and own-

I +, .n k r grand possibilities before us. It is WIIAT POWELL THINKS OK IT the Union from the best people in the ed by one of the foremost men in this business who

not what we are, or what Columbus, Ga., July 20, 1913. world. The Japanese no doubt, make wishes
t '2 we were, but what we are bound to become ', Dear Fellows: I want to thank you retire.The produced this last
grove
fairly good citizens industrious
I as they t.e season, Tangerines 325
f which interests the majority of for sending me of your special
? us, and the livliest booster paper in I edition. It is simply splendid. You and, we believe, honorable, boxes, Grapefruit 1648, Blood 318
Pineapple
<1' ifto our state gives us great encouragement ac& to be congratulated upon its typographical but there can be no doubt that they are 108, Valencia

; strikes the key note to frolt- 1 excellence and the fine job working not only) for a place in whichto 900 boxes.
' ress and prosperity. One and of printing. It is l letter press per
spread, owing to the
itor, manager, and able writers, are cramped con- For Sixty Days this V is
\ Valuable Offered
to be congratulated upon the work of I shall keepMt on file for reference, dition of their own country, but have at $16,000.00.For .

useful art and "ready reference" they as I am having queries of our people an ultimate idea of supremacy, by becoming Further Information
have accomplished. about Florida. I won't* send anyoneto I I ; citizens and intermarryingwith Call or Write

you if I can help it, but I will surely. the people of this
Judge T. M. Murphy-Our city and tell them the truth. country. They
J, county are to be congratulated in With kindest regards and Lest i I are a bugaboo, greater to us than thespectre

having such a grand paper as the Val- wishes sincerely, I of the Russian bear was to Haskins &

ley Gazette. It is one of our "home W. B. POWELL. I them a few years ago. Let us pre- StonerWinter

industries" which has accomplished Secretary Board of Trade. ,'serve, as nearly as we can, America
much for i
; the development of our com
munity. It is our pleasure to add WHAT TilE STATE PRESS THINKS:" I I for Americans, and by all means keep

",; our quota of praise to the Valley Gazette Hearty/ congratulations to Editor:; Florida from being one of the states Haven Fl/a./ "The Town of One Hundred Lakes"

t. staff for their last great effort i I S. J. Triplett of the Kissimmee Valley t-hat shall be overrun by undesirable
in this ''I >> \
publishing Special Edition. Gazette. .
The
handsomely illustrated "tlzOnl'-Fort Myers Press. ---- - .
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i industrial edition -- ----
published by him
i F;.. L. Lesley-I am much pleased'I is a work of art-and") of business. It .;-:-:-: r.{:.+..{-}{.ri9'L"4 r?+.-::-{-: erW.4044
,\ with the Special Edition of the Kis- i contains thirty-two pages devoted to A South Florida editor has discov- <

'simmee. Valley Gazette. Being: cattle 'descriptive write-ups of the Kissimmee ered a diabolical plot whereby a Washington \

I raiser and shipper I was deeply valley region with fine halftone pic- I real estate man is seeking to
interested in the true account of the tures of
and
scenes
persons of prom- brine 20,000 to Florida to raise
:3CaHl: 1 Industry; of our county. The inence. It is the kind of publication Jape

'J, deWrlptlon of the vast industry cannot which will at once attract the atten- I oranges and vegetables on lands that
I i fall 1 in attracting attention of tion of capitalists and the profits to are to be sold to them by the aforesaidreal The
Goods
cattle raisers and buyers to this section'of Osceola -
1 'i' county will be far in excess estate man. It is up to this ed- ;
the state. .
f_. ,
of the
amounts paid to the Gazette ; e.
r Valley itor to get W. R. )Jearst- and R. P.
'W"R. for advertisements therein. Mr.
Fr _. D. Porter-A magnificent pro- Triplett is a skilled printer and the Hobson to help him' put the kibosh on t. .--""""

duction It can not fail to do much artistic make-up of the publicationshows the sinister scheme before"it is for-

J .' good in the way of inducing people to his hand in its every column. ever too late.-Pensacola News. AreRight and the Prices .
1 \ come here from the North and West. TimesUnion.The .
Both the descriptive matter and the 1

"'. I, picture. tell the facts of our wonderful Kissimmee Valley Gazette last CARD OF THANKS Are Right. Look In

I city and county. week issued a special booster edition My Dear Kissimmee Friends: I

: t that deserves unusual mention. The can find no words to express the kind Cohe's Windowand
A. S. Nelson-Just the thing
very publication shows weeks of hard work, of heart
i r we needed. I have sent out every one careful feelings my towards you for

c I baa and could easily send a hundred thusiasm management and is a credit and sincere to the Gazette en- your kindness to me during the illness Be Con-
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a i more to people I know are contemplating editors.St. Petersburg Times. and burial of my husband. . .
: coming to Florida. The man in May the Good Lord reward and -
: I the West that reads tha. Illustrated The Kissimmee you vinced'Cola's
Valley Gazette cameout 'bless is the desire of heart.
you
Edition is bound to be impressed with my
} _t Y' last week with 82 pages of special .
the advantages of Kissimmee MRS. L. H. COHOON.
as a stuff embellished
by fine half
tones.
't:: y place of residence and the investment The "
paper was a work of
art and
. \ ''of capital. I hope the'commissioners should be of /great value to Klsaimmee The Valley Gazette can do your Jewelry Store

,k .i(,'1'r*'' .,".and council. can see their way clear to and Osceola- county. W. B. Collins printing just as good and. just as
.: ,.'t "end every copy ;you can spare to had the special in charge and was ably cheap? as any house in the country. -
", in the Western and Northern
people assisted by C.-C. 1 i i
:?, Ir'" .*, ''-'..te... It will fill this city and county . mer SanfOrd resident.Worthington We hope a for-to As a general rule potatoes should ",
with the best class of have
I /' citizens.. these hustlers get out a special I be planted on fresh ground each year.
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1 Telephone No. 11.GAZETTE Formal*-One large mare, perfectly The A. C. LV pay train passed The Laymen's' meeting ,will be held Good hams, Satprday and Monday, ..

, gentle, good wagon !and 'harness;, a through Kissimmee yesterday morning Sunday afternoon at '8 o'clock at
Published Every' Friday By ba &,aln/ See Will McLaughlin. 31-lt and left a good sized bunch of Baptist burch and will be led by W Money Thrown Away r.. }

I' .. W.'B. HARRIS.Wfeather G. W. Freeman dollars 'as well asa lot of pleasant Rev..,J. D. Sibert., A most cordial ins A pleasant party f.,young people
pf Klssimmee
was In the city Tuesday, and paid Park the, smiles on the faces of those here" who vitatlon is extended the general publicto are enjoying this week "a.t Fowler Keeps many:. people, '.u'rd at :

' ...0..0000.000000..0' work for that corporation.The attend. C.-F. Parker president. Point ".
Valley Gazette a most pleasant call. work to live under the present

Report DeWilton Alderman meeting of the Board of trade F!I All. the good .dreasersj| will please J. T. .G. Crawford 1.1n'the city this price of:the necessaries.of life,
prominent '
\\w ". merchant and cattle man, a of Bassenger last Monday night} ;was:' attended by :,meet Mr R. E. Lee, a representative of week the guest, of' his brother, W B. but you can ?,

forty of citizens. there be Strauss Bros of' and have Crawford, ,
Chicago
our : Let \
''I has b i j i ,
.spending, the week in tiling ,
,
.Followingare the daily temperatures Kissimmee. -, twice that ,number.at the meeting to ., him take your measure\for a'new fall Reduce The Cost of ,

........, and precipitation asP be. held, J1ext.. onday night at thej j[suit.' Will be. at -my_.store',27thand You.keep..the money ,at,home_ when, ... ."

'P reported by the Government Don't fail to attend the meeting of Council Chamber., I, 28th. F. H. Lawson. 31-lt you give the Valley Gazette. your job very materially by not throwing f wl

station at Klssimmee for the ', ', the Board of Trade Monday night, I I printing. > away the shoe 'that shows wear''
Mrs. H. M. Nollie of Titusville and Ira Wetherbee and wife left yesterday Have
week ending July 24 1913. as matters of extreme importancewill and buying a new pair
,
.. Mrs. F. Sheen of West Palm: Beach i i for a two months' visit with. J. D. Clark And family, of Kissim ,i
be -
them looked by expert
our
" ; presented. over
Mar Min.Rain are visiting their brothers, C. W., J. J. j I relatives and friends at Lincoln, Neb., mee, were visitors here yesterday. shoe repairer, and nine times out -

, Friday =___ 95 Mr J and J. C.. Griffin. Nollie arrived !And here ,
- -- 72 ,98 L. Floyd'arrived yesterday Mr.-- on their\ return trip will Reporter-Star. of ten -we"can make the old shoes'- " ;j

Saturday ____ 97 73 .95 from Augusta, Ga., and will remain Tuesday night to Join' his wife and ( atop over for a couple of week. at ones and save '
as good as new ,
Sunday ______ here for his friends. Wichita 'Kan. P. A. VansAgnew is absent on a
95 75 ___ two months, the guest of greet ,man I i the cost'.of new shoes. i r
Monday ______ 94 72 ___ Mrs. R. S. Floyd.J. business trip to New York and other you
Tuesday 96 75 ... The bridge between! New Smyrna I|I News from Kissimmee states that Eastern cities. We make a specialty of half- ,
h- and Coronado Beach which has been i I Mr. L. J. Griffih who has been visiting rubber
... W. Harris and W. A. Smith spent ;| soleing, whole-spicing, }
Wednesday 91 80 .65 'I
i Wednesday and Thursday in Lakelandin undergoing repairs this summer, is his sons at that place for sometime Mrs. Annie Cromartie is, spendingthis .heels, harness made to order and
Thursday ___ 94 80Hill ___
I'I
connection with their nhoe business now open, and we understand quite a is gradually improving. This week with her sister, Mrs. Reeves, repaired, in fact any kind of / '

......000000000.00000000- there. number of auto parties to that placeare 'I will be welcome news to the many on Hughey street. work in leather goods. Come d1,4

..' - -- being planned.The friends of "Uncle Lawrence," as he The feature Aim at the Pastime this and see just what we can do for YY '
O. B. Howse, of Ocala, was in the I I18 familiarly known here, all of whom you. I'
will be the inauguration'of
city this week, returning from the ministerial association did not 'i hope to see him at home again soon.- evening

i i THE LOCAL FIELD :: i range, where he had been to look after hold any meeting Monday on accountof New Smyrna Breeze. President Woodrow Wilson. A. Witz #
Rev. J.
Sibert
his D.
cattle interests.Don't being indisposedand E. F. Collier, manager of the tur-
Rev. A. M. Chisholm being called I Misses Ethel Gilbert, Mildred Winn still
pentine at Narcoossee, spent the
fail to take advantage of the out of town. They will meet next 'and Helen Bass, popular young ladiesof day here yesterday. SHOE REPAIRINGand

special prices on photos at Wilder's Monday morning at 9 o'clock at the Kissimmee, were the guests of HARNESS WORK

Strand wood $1.25 per strand. studio.a off pn; all work except postcards study of Dr. Holt. Miss Mattie Belle Harris on the beach Fred Gilbert left last night for a Just back of Citizens Bank, on \ "

Prompt delivery within city limits. for 30 days only. 31-lt last weel The young ladies were delighted -II month's visit with relatives and Darlington
Phone 252, M. B. Carson 10-tf.1(I Chas. Donegan, who has been con- with the surf bathing and hada friends in North and South Carolina. avenue.
I W. B. Collins and wife left Tues- fined in the Church Home and Hos-
The Board of Trade meets Monday most delightful visit. The many I' '
nigh't. day for Orlando, where Mr. Collins pital at Orlando for the past monthon friends that they made while here Carter and Carter, refined, up-ao- '," r

contemplates) getting out a big illus- account of an i injury to- his knee, date comedy players: will fill a three -
|oho -that they will repeat their visit. I i The Valley Gazette job office is not ,A!
W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers trated edition for the ReporterStar.Mr. returned here Sunday, and although ', -New Smyrna Breeze. 'night engagement at the Pastime beginning 'only equipped with the best of machinery ;, .

the tree people. .40-tf he is forced to use crutches, says he Monday. ':
J. S. Floyd, local manager of 1 I and the latest type faces, but
is steadily improving, and expects to Elder Egbert Gillette of the Shaker
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin of Orlando the Consolidated Title Company, is I Magrudor Joinet, who will be remembered employs nothing but skilled artists to \
.,
be himself again in a week or two. colony near Ashton was in the city I
visited their parents here last Sunday.F. spending today in Kissimmee on Important I yesterday with load of as clerk at Kissimmee Drug 'do the work; we therefore recognize' ,'

business.-Arcadia News. The members of the American Wo- a pineapples Co. a year ago, has again connected I no superior i in the printing line, and ;: tiif

W. Hill, the Narcoossee mer- man's League are hereby notified thata I and bananas and presented this office I himself with that firm. 1! our prices are as low as good business I .
Desmond Little who with a bountiful supply of that delicious
came here d
chant-postmaster, spent Tuesday here.S. meeting will be held at the Chapter I warrants. ; 4I
from England about a month ago and { fruit. The Shakers have a reputation A bevy of pretty girls came up from I r I
B. Aultman and M. B. Carson purchased the Woodham grove at Nar- House Monday afternoon at 4:30: at ]i throughout the country for 1!, Kissimmee yesterday afternoon for I Fred Bass and wife returned yesterday '

spent Tuesday in Tampa transacting roossee, spent yesterday in this city. which matters of extreme importance I raising the best of fruit and vegetables -i a while, under the leadership of MissLeona from White Springs, where t si

business. to the welfare of the league will be I| a reputation they have justly I' 'Roberson.-Reporter-Star. | they had spent the past few days. Mr. aBase

Julius Smith returned Monday froma presented, therefore a full attendanceis i I earned.I I' | states that the heat at, the

Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 two weeks' visit with relatives at desired. Mrs. L. C. Smith, presi- 'I One more of the old-time negroes Springs was something terrific and

for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per Kingsland, Ga., and has resumed his dent. I Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bandy of West 1 who'make the connecting link between I both he and Mrs. Bass are glad to be p.

strand. 7tf duties at the grocery house of R. S. Palm Beach are the guests of relativesin ante-bellum days and the present time
i I back home, for here it is cool and
D. D.
and E.
I i I Floyd.C. McCarty P. Laniganof I' this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bandy were i> passed away Monday night in the I! the
in middle of the
pleasant day.
even
Sid Pearce of Bassenger was amongthe i Spalding, Neb., are in the city fora married on June 4th, after a romantic person of Parson Cousins, and his i
I
prominent down-county people j S. Acree, one of our most few days' stay, and have just returned
successful courtship by correspondence, the bride, death is regretted by every white citi- The regular services at the Baptist y
here this week. ,I farmers on the West shore of from a trip to the Kissimmee prai- I who was Miss Helen Moody of Logans- zen of Kissimmee.J. church 1 next Sunday as usual. The p '

I the lake, was in the city Tuesday and rie, where they purchased large tracts Ind.
Ward Estey and Lawrence Griffin port, coming to West Palm Beach : congregations are uniformly good and i
will to I'uss-a-Grille Sunday for made a most. pleasant. call at this office of land some time ago. These gen- j I and meeting the groom for the first H. Reese, who so ably edited the j I attentive. Next Sunday Dr. Holt will

few days go a i', tlemen are well pleased with this sec i I time. Mr. Bandy was reared in Kis- Valley Gazette from July of last year 1 1 preach in the morning on "God's Pur- t
outing. tion, and expect to move their fami- until April last, and who has been con- t '
i
i Jno. M. Lee couple of i Mmmee and is a brother of Tax Col- pone in Your Life; at the evening ,
Remember Wilder's spent a days lies here this fall. I lector C. nected with the Osceola Journal the service '
special prices | this week inspecting the groves around L. Bandy. \ beginning at 7:45: the subject ;
on photos for .10: days only. Come I past several weeks in an editorial ca- will be "The Weakness of Socialism; '
Winter Haven, but he Mr. W. Bloxham Crawford I
of the
saw none
says
Sheriff L. R.
Deputy Farmer
early. 31-lt returned pacity, has accepted a position with I or Individual Responsibility." Come q e
that could with the firm of Vans & II ,
compare groves Agnew Crawford at- from Marianna last
Saturday, the South Florida Sentinel at Or-
and spend hour and hear these Interesting ;
an -
5 ;
R. 1.. Lambert, of the firm of :Lambert in\ this vicinity.The torneys of Kissimmee, was in the city where he went to place "Shrimp" Arnold lando, and will begin his duties on themes discussed. .' "

& Davies of has been Tuesday. Mr. Crawford is treasurerof in the
Leesburg, State
art glass windows for the new Reformatory. Monday. Josiah Ferris! is to be con-

visiting II. K. Swabey at the Bijou.W. Methodist church arrived this week the Consolidated Title Company, "Shrimp" plead guilty in County gratulated on securing the services of '
with offices in FOR SALE-One: yoke of strong }
Arcadia, Kissimmee and
and are now being placed in position Judge Murphy's court last week to such a brilliant newspaper man as heavy oxen. New Eden Plantation '
P. Underhill, one of the promi- Fort Myers. While here he
by Superintendent Jackson and hisforc.e was the breaking and entering the store of I Mr. Reese. Co. Box 496, Kissimme. 803r '
nent cattle men who live at Bapsenger
,
/ guest of his uncle, C. Y.-Arcadia A. Rosenburg, and this being his sec- "
of carpenters. _
was here for a few days this week. News. --
ond offense in a few weeks' time, he

See W.D.J.Sumner for designs and Dr. Sibert's subject for Sunday at We extend a cordial invitation to was sentenced to five years in the
of 11 will be "Sons of God at 7 State .
prices white bronze monuments, a. m. the general public to attend the ser- Reformatory. Ills.
statues, grave covers, headstones, etc. p. m. "The Uttermost Saviour." A 4a
vices next Sunday at the Presbyterianchurch.
Charlie Montsdoca of
cordial welcome is extended all Sebring was \
B. 'J 1 I'. Mikesell of Bqw'en's to to .
manager The subject in the morningwill
in the this week
attend these services.C. city having broughthis
ranch at Canoe Creek, was transacting be "Preaching the Gospel," and brother, Sam, who was so seriously -

business in Kissimmee last Saturday. D. Carroll of Narcoossee was here at night "The Heart of the Gospel. wounded by the accidental dischargeof l IN .

Dr L... M. Cleckley 'of Columbus, Tuesday to see Mrs. Carroll and son Certainly these are vital themes. Try a pistol at Narcoossee nearly two f t STOCK |\

Ga., Is the guest of E. M. Oliver and safely on their way to Valdosta, Ga., our welcone.. W.: B. Witherspoon. years ago. For a long time his case! PLANERS RESAWS ITIIIAM FEEDS !

family at Oliver's Island this week. where thly' 'will spend the next month minister. was 'considered hopeless but Charlie i MATeIlERS SELF FEED I P r\ y

with, friends and relatives. says hopes- are now entertained that TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS
A letter'to the Valley'Gazette fromL. 1
Mrs. J. D. Sibert and children returned he will eventually recover. He is PERK.IfS' SH.NGLE MACHINERY *kENGINES i
W. Poulk at'Caim Ga.
Rev. Father Fox or Orlando will now enJoy-
home Saturday from an extended staying with his brother at Narcoosseeand ae' t. 40 a. SAWMILLS f
ing a two weeks' vacation from his
visit to relatives in Arkansas. come to Kissimmee on Saturday, July BOILERS, a. to 40 a. Ltaal aad Heavy
is attended Dr.
being by Hyattof
( 21(;, and will have Rosary and Confession duties in the local postoffice, states I SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CAJon'JaVORIII 'i

Call at Wilder's studio and see what in the evening at 7:30: and Mass that he and his family are having a this city. I GAIIOL.NE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS: ,

most delightful time, but will be gladto LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS rDiSSTON
at K o'clock Sunday morning.C.
fine photos you can get for a little Fred Hill of Narcoossee passed I
return to Kismmmee, where the SAWS
money for :30 days only. :31-lt W. Uruns head of the Narcoos- through the city Tuesday en route to .
nights are cool enough to sleep comfortably i SAW HITS for all aka .f aaw.SJlArr.NG / 1'
see Farm and Townsite Co., but who under Jacksonville, where he will enter the PULLEYS BOIICS "
Calvin who herd cover. 1
Platt large
owns a f
- makes Cincinnati his home, spent a offices of the Southern Utilities Co., as BELTING; 4 grade.-.erau_ to beet L
of cattle in the lower St Johns river
few days at Narcoossee this week looking Jas. Buckley of Brooksville, Ind., I electrical expert, he having been a student -I LOG CHAINS CANT IIOOKS TONGS f ''i

country, spent Wednesday here \ after the interests of his company. spent last week: at Narcoossee, andi I of that profession the past two I EVERVTnlNU FOR TII": r rv ':

<>ft Monday for Ocala, where he owns terms at the University of Florida. SAWMILL / r .
(;. W. Best and) wife have returned I '-VrU. for ,
W A. Sullivan and wife of Jupiterand considerable stock in a phosphatemine. The selection of Mr. Hill for such a v a r
friends
from a two weeks'isit with Prloe
and relatives in South Florida towns. Mrs. Mary Yates and granddaughter Mr. Buckley expressed him- responsible position by so importanta

of Kissimmee spent several self as greatly pleased with this sec- company is evidence that he is exceptionally <

Miss Mary Drake of Columbus, days this week visiting Mr. and Mrs.G. tion, and said it was not at all expert in his profession, \ 1 / ..' ':"1
Ga., has arrived to spend the sum- W. Sullivan of this place.--Eau possible that he would purchase im-I'and should be a source of much grati- ,.\

mer with her aunt, Mrs. E. M. Oliver. Gallie Record. erty and spend his winters here. fication to his parents. I r


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the history of 5.00 u 4.17 -. 2.25 .. 1.75 Counter No. 1 $4.00 11
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of greatly reduced prices and to announce 2.15.. U 2.19 1.00 u u" .19 Counter. No. 3' $2.50 and $200 Shoes sf

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1"' F RID A Y. J U L\ \ 2 S. 1913.. ".

THE KISSIMMEE I VALLEY GAZETTE
PAGE S. ,
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HYATT NOTICH OK INTKNTION APPI-Y Html' 11111111 1111 '
DR. C. L., TOLD( IN KISSIMMEE{ KOR LK'rTICH FATKNT I

. jFhysician andSurgeon Notice In hereby given that the undurIgTivd -
LEWIS O'BRYAN will apply to the (Jov--rt on of ,
the State of Florida on the 26th. day I ClassifiedAdvertisements

ATTORN BY-AT-LAW Phones of August, 1918 foe: Letter Patent upon J
i Office 197 KissimmeeRes. A. Kenidpnt Known to all Our Read the following proposed; Charter and I iLJ
Article.. of- Incorporation
a copy of t rats .f F&?
*
248 .Florida era Relates an Ezperlence which hn* been flied with the Secretary Adv.rtIse'eat5 si's i..e asder ibis l.esd
SPECIALIZING IN of State for the State of Florida. Immrrttom.
W. C. Vesta Sr. C a4s per Vim li'.r Kmrtt .

F. Franklin . .
: ABSTRACT. Readers of the Valley Gazette have fctamuel. a. Harper 1. I II I I IJ I I I II I I II I I I I I I Ill I
M D. .
T M. RIVERS. ,, I:. I>. Gilmore/ I
AND I. been told again. and again of the H.: 1>. Walter.A. SALE. MISCELLANEOUS. I

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON merits of that reliable, time-proved Ii. HarrIs FOR -

; -1ITCe-WORK: 'OfHce" Osceola'Pharmacy-' kfdne remedy-Opart's Kidney Pills. J. O. 'McBrIde, motor' "OSTB1ack ribbon watch fob _withmonogram
: over AVT C.; Vesta, Jr., FOR SALE-At a bargain -" .

I Residence 53 The experiences told are not those of Alex Hayne. 15 In. draft; II. M. K. on it. Return
8TAT. BANK'BLDQ PRON'........,.... t Dated July 46th. 1913 boat "Gadfly" 30x8V4 ; I r, '

: r Offlce HI! unknown persons, living, far away. The following article of Incorporation 12 h. p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. engine'full; hero and receive reward.31tf t < ,
i
shall conalltute and become Its
I
.1..1.I .
+ + + + Tho cases are Kissimmee cases, told charter upon the lawful issuance of equipment; everything new. Terms bracelet with>
I I.OSTWide gold :
WINN Letters' Patent. .
Kissinrmee people.Z. Saundersat
W.L by See
: ARTICLE 1. on JUlrt if desired. i 1 letters ZTA engraved on
I Greek
PHYSICIAN -. . "', .Basa,."contractor .and builder Tho.name this Corporation hall Gazette office. tf ; return to 'r '\
found
be the COLONY OF MA11YUIA, Us either 1Iilt'rIf! 7f\fJ .
... Clyde avenue, Kissimmee, Fla., says: \
principal place of business and office
.
Office 2nd1 Floor Willson Building.RKKinRNrt I/ce 2.-tt. "
THE \ "ily back was BO lame that I could shall bo In Marydla. Osceola County. I FOR. SALE-Bay saddle horse. Apply Vivian .
PHoNE .1.1 Kiusiimi'.fc: : State of Florida with privilege of 22tf -
establishing -
OrriCK I'PONK V7 KI-OHJDO hardly get around and it was impossible branch offices In other cities to E.: G. Vans Afrncw. UAPI.:: the t'r.;;;; Orlando. ,.

Manhattan \ and towns In the State of Florida and
: to lift. I had
\ for me stoop or
I In other Htates and foreign countries. RH CITY LOTS for sale. Cash or terms. Co.
pains in loins and was bothered may he designated by Its Board of 1)1r'lters. ME1-Tmeflt; Kisximmee Drag ,
R. DEWITT T LIGHTSEY my G. F.
Hotel |:: I ) i Also bearing orange (trove arid we will (get a drink of the I but
too desire to- the .
by a frequent pass ARTICLE 2. 3tf:
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN kidney secretions. Doan's Kidney The K,'nural. nature of the business I Parker. soda water made.'I
) Attention to |: to i he conducted and transacted by thiscorporation - -
Special I !Residence Phone 274 PilU, which I procured at the Kissimmee -, dial lit* a a follow I I *. I FOR SALE-Fi\o Hires pood land in FOR RENT. it'))

the Traveling Public $: I Office Phone 9 8Roorni : To Require, own buy hold. .sell lease 4- ,
the
removed
Drug( Co., soon tent, or oll..rwIH" deal In real, estate of Pinedale, cleared and plowed .

:f ;3! anil -1. for any kindor character w hat- Sell outright SALE
trouble and I now have no cause house fence etc. FOB KENT OIJ Two-Story :
Just ecro,,!" the. square from .: State Hunk HM'tf KlHsimmee. Fla. a''r. I to i improve. <'I'ur. cultivate. room ; NortnKisstmme.l1.CSt.anf0rd
I Brack St.
A. C: IDepot 4KISSIMMEE complaint I willingly confirm my ditch. Irrigate. develop, tnortKHK'. sell or trade for city property. A .sloro lunliiinu on "
): I.I anil Pxi-hiLiiKc, lands. tenement and real 29-tf
:
1" former endorsement of Doan's Kidney Kissimrtice.JStfpdl.
X FLA. \It. JV.. SIMI'SON I 1".U'.t. ) of e\eiv kind, ami an)' I'IKhl. bargain. Box 172 .
:'. :r: [ Pills. and allow its continued publica I Inlet. ri-at and estate* t hi' ,eln I 01' appertaining : M.
k .{ . . .s. I to build and ,'ret't huneM.lilIdiigs lwl.LI.lstS J : I ; for rent. opply to
..:-: ..:..x---------: : : : :..!. DENTIST. tion." 1< and .u..tur"H t of all kindsTor ----- .- - Tillei

For I sale by all dealers. Price 50 I'"Hld".a. H>)0|>H. ii ci's. I hufOni'BHin A Fine Georgia/ farm for ale at $loper
T I'liHtair* in Katz HuikUni a n u fat urhiR stragand warehtuiMfH 'MO) acres;
) ; that contains
I\ + ++++++++ :..: ++ + I I : 'm. 12 mt cents. Koster-Milburn Co., Buffalo and to Hell, l,'ase. rent tin* sameand will acre cut into several small farm v-; ;)I, Ri\l'::' :'I!room cottage in Pro .
J Horus V .It. ? .011..1 rents to
1. 1:1t : 1 ICHt ( : t h 1 '.m tu5:30p.: ) I m New York sole agents for the United build c, ow M. Itt-il the|ulre I lease thurefroin mid operate or sell all together. For further information )P.ct> t .Addition SIX dollars per month.

t 4 ", About September 1 we Mill .;c..; Telephone No. IB Jun 5. IvrJJR States. hotels lee manufacturing plants eletti write or call on B. C. X-lmiRc'ultY) Co 21-tf
"If- light plaiitH water workH Haw
f'flo Remember the Doan's and Howell, Lumpkm, Ou, R. F. D.4.
name- mills plan I UK mills tramways motor
; | move our Bakery to new lorii- >: I w. W. CARSON tuk otrrh Adv. 31-2t \,'hll'l8. and to fui'nlfth water llRhth 28-4 t pdatuii. I j.'OK J)( Rl-::N'l'-- (One IJ-story:! 8-room

1 no ,," t and power to others, to su rv-y. liem-i' will l hath and lattice room,
sub-divide plat and Improve real. ..Htuti -
tion on Broadway and increase DENTISTOffice ,.inei ]lo\\ (\crandas.. One 6- .
Ii w he e\''r the Harm' ma>' be slluatt ni'jiii'/

ST. CLOUD BUSY for the ptii pout-,M or Hale or ot her- 111 Si N 1t1l..H( W III I , the "P""'. :- :- -:- :- over Cole's Jewelry Store win. to deal In. fruit and fruit produttnand . .I.K )h." .. In I until **. I tim I it h.11.,rN Hit. IUKI All an close in. I.,. F. Par-
: to i iiKaff* III plan'' tin tf' and cult l\a- ......IH. llllll ,,"hH.b.. Illl Iii. -Illl""I
: Office Hours: 8- 13: 1 -5 Ii Ion. .if ruitH. and ariuitiruil. prodii* IBto II",' I'llpllnl, I hleiik' "I" -niil ."ipi.' .Him t ', hem 28-4t

I Office phone I !>H ON CANAL PLAN o-\\ II. at.ijuir-. l>u\ Hell. -xchaf.K". I In, tin) .,"' ''"lItH ,ilnis., in. .nil.111,1, ''I I iltlilH ..>"
Residence 2UGaH : pledge, inort!,:aKe.!; anst gn transfer dial Till iliiof. .1 lul r "Is N |I'i 1 "il I 1'I IU
and 11 .ad. in .all k I ,,,\,. of K<><. .
: uilmimxtereci for extraction of teeth merchandise and prop.t-.rt>' of cv.ry.i.'siriitimi !'; t ii mi.MI I mi I : i i.-; ii\ i ::
(C\N\K: CO I :M 1f'FEIIIARI> AT <] \ to do a H'-m-rnl. t...111'.11.." .s \ II'I'I.I : s |If \ Kl'IK:\: -. .1 liI' : $ $ $ S S $ $ t

THE HOME BAKERY ii ii.J. n,\<1 \\OHk( ) .\NrHKR BIG !MEET- \ iii 'in.rig( your own '
I ) I lt. G. i E.; PAHKKR financially and otherwise cont r..t"'a I\ i \\' .\l 1.1"1':1\: i, s, .01'i' i (
I =NG" ; 10 BE HELD) SOON. .ind, huildfi t" HUl>Hn'lhf< for purliaB .\ II II I VIlHIs ( X, .i |ii i iI ' linmi I 1 II.IMfoi> sale) u large| X
i-
} ,' .', it ti>.1hul,1 foi' 1I\'atm'I. Hill .I I \l-lilt I I H': :-.1 :: liuiit.ilii\\ .1 I leioioplastered,
H. REED .. Prop. i DENTIST or ..Ih'rwl"! ,' fnposi" ..C. a nd to mak*' \\. i I' \1"I: V .I 11 i ,,. .01'I ":. ,,10-1 -. f limn it rid i nitr porches,
fH OFFK h: OVER ()OSCEOI' PHARMACY tilt HIM'<'m<'ntH upon. Hto..k or obliRatioriBnf M.KN; II \ YI.f: : i is. .1 lu i i.stnt
.
( B> ISAAC HALL ) I i.t t I hi.i i orpoi.at tons onipanli. or. )' until u fm, lighting' lIuwlIIK well

-- Office Hours. H-OO: to 12:00() NoorI IiiiiiV, iliiuilM. and \* title hflim. t lie lioldei .. of FI"lhl.iIllllXlliiliillUh :1: Lit 1 1..0'\( I :,11()
4 Tin- people of St. Cloud are enthusiastic "f Hu.'h Kto-KM. txiiulH am ..hll".I1"8 to I'lillllf.Me .. \
I 00() to r-m)() P. M. : 'lII.dl|| :, loiiiii. ceitlaKea
: ,lii\,, and tx< iilHe all rights of ownership 'fore, iii*> the ,lull' I MIKIII, it Sol.it. \
r- 1 o\el the encouraging prospectfor ". I 111.\111". \ \ otln u pov-v. ern th*.reu I'ul.lli I In ,unil, lorIhi t sttt., ul I 'Imiili, :1': iiineli I nf nt-utrif-N. Just the

4 If want a R: II. S. GEIGER the PreliminarY survey for the It h. to f you I ) | *-i I'lll SIC1AN AND SURGEON canal between Kissimmee, and Sanfoul I i iii'i( .lull.11 in-rHh IpH and, UMHIH'lationa, r...,. and Mho. a i-hi. fol,. I hiiilNilr,I I .11 'klii". !I. ii l lit M 1" .\ linn n'le' liuiiKaleiw, ft rooms

BARGAIN Citizens Bank Building \ bUMIII"HH, ..Uris.'I. w- lit"IK-\ .'r In the l hd"t. I tin hat t I u-\.i iii' .1 l ..tiui. iiiliHl :.: mill lialh fniiii' i tar and side

: jiidunit. of 11MI".H\ . It in <1< e tiled -1110..1 till fill, l kollll., IHiipos" "I 1 .10.iii.. , -:- pole' hi-.. uniel I i for. liKhtniff, deep

I Kissimmee, Florida The committee of five, composed of.J. wiM*. proper or n.>c..HHarfor the In- of I nc-orpin ii 111.m of l t tli. t ',,,1"t :?01.11. \ :1' vn.II. Int I Hli\l(4l 1 I, fi-ne-eel, tine
GROVE I""It ..t.f I Ito' I,U41IHHH' 1..H.8..f| I hlH ilia, for I th. pin IMIMI' s .mil. 11**. i- Id I tin'
ORANGE Phones: Office 297 or 64 . W. Squires, Joe II. llardm Dr. E. I' oi ,IHII ..11..11 i t t.. l I.m.,4 in loan IM<.M*.\ '. xpi, ", ..H..1 :.c iiiinf -liaile'. tie-e I ', in front yard.

Residence, :265. 14-lyr Ii.i 1.'lInls. Samuel Tatlow and I. S. on i l.M. ImmlH, or IYI/'IIC.IC"H./ to art UllniBK niliatnl( .mil nfllilil il l .ilTaiiipH t I 1,0 r teieiin' 'intta 'i's em large
or land to n>al estate brokiru or HK. nts for the ilu .r Jill VI
grow I Via I tills 'Mil i 1..1. ili'-u
III" :( in ulilr ""I l ihln>rhoixi.
--- --- I Hall, decided to'call the committee of . Ii'IIBI'. i ntalor management or I 1
il. ,InpiiBlt Ion and p. A. VANS AONKW .... St (Cloud the "St Cloud] Canal Association -' > .. .
Oranges B. CRAWpOIlI'V4.NS teal p-iHoiial or iiitxi-il I to IBBIKbomlH \ oniiiiivxHntii.i. I .III''ui" J M:r I I't rItati : .il.,."
iI!t'h"IIIII"l -i'H, slot kM. and other obllfca-" .
I ): ii t ineirn' IHMJ. on good !street
AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW t"IOPK and to milk,* 1".tll\"lIla., .purham :- of I 1m. .III.
., S Grapefruitsee The committee has ordered fifty <. .H and
tnaIM I I in ,,,,('ordain, '"' with law unil frI !III.fill. III. I ii. I, ,1.1. I u-i II.I Sill, It I. \ {4- liiniJ 1 miles fnini I."r"ad and .
(copies of the proposed petition and expect I tin* ad' \ .1 ntaK( ** of this corporation : and I'uhllr i In mid r.., tin- Sl.l. of I 1.,1.. iIHIHonallN
to call another mass meeting for I to itn 'id 1\ aixl all .tti-i 'ai.IH and t bin, KM. .ippinliil'. i l-;in)1111..1. l S I llnp.rto :X small rnwiriK: town, $.![.oO.((
B.UCKELS Offliiw 'I-4.',-> Citl/enH: I tank Building and, to I anand nil\ 01''"-.. poweiH which me. we-ll known. and .A hn, 1ikint\.l, I .. I liave. alsi) s,,,"),. My eiesiralilc .

Kissimmee Florida men foi the purpose of circulating the inn. v )h.. in"i"('Bsarv ('mi\'.lent or i xpi i ,Mil i In fmi." tin 'Ihil. h, xi "i. d nutNIlllHC 1' r 1I'"d"'H'I"' from' i d; to Uieniiiis.it
; I I I .dit.nt tn ,.connection with or I In ad "I llllll. till. for l,>0itl; pteipn-e' (I .
petition throughout the entire county .. .. :,1: \ir\' ti'.i-onulili. priors)
dtl/ I n*n to t In- 11 UK Int, ... H hreiubufor.Miitt.l. i-hiait.-r of i .H..t| ion of Ii h e'.ili.n\" .
.ttooooooo-t M-:' around St. 'loud.. Mr. Hall wasi \ w htf'b a tint ut al 'pi'i'son or of Man' \ "I... fm 'tin. piupnHis ,ind ii-' M '(: al-" lots. ami HI n.iigv. Orange*
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1-1 D. EIGElt.I .1 < IM put, a t inn of t him.. <-hiiuact'r ma N therein ixpritticicIIIIINH ] ::. (TIIIVI' H |1H'.1 l lt\t
I i i Kissimmc'e last Saturday interesting law fulldo and i.xrc. -IMC. and to do.in \\ tll\ Illtlll Illld .1111' I II H. .ll l It' -

M. TILLER :S the business men to cooperate with St. .j a nd all t h.. btjHlntas and things St "I'l t ti-p,IHlllll, K. "11.1 I HUH 1 IJIIl t I, iIis.,I[ ::: Ask Mrs. Summers t.
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW )hdor.. mentioned .ither alone or In Jllh.\ I I' 11 il 1 1:1:! (
Cloud in getting the proposed survey I ,,.nhtmi.i. Ion with ot IM.r i-orpiiuil to IIHi 11 II ;.lt \H I I \\l I is. ,1 l li 's' 6011 ,,_",..Id A...
Real Estate Aqency..t.e.flfl.S.aSflflttStsfltI i ...III\ual.; in ,'o"'l.anl"H. to eonl"I1 :Mi i miiiniHsion" xpit.. H s.I"( it I t "' ] l :::.
Office State Bank -
I Building Much interest has been taken in the amuil) )h.. i i nit i.in ti'd. with BUIand I hi. : :-.x---: :

Kissimmee. l FlondaJ.EO matter and without a doubt, there sol I In. its ,orporate nam'. to ha\.'. slat, nf I' lot. Ida
(is. ,tin, iI! 11..11".1.. n < ii i pnrate seal I'oik Count *, -
.t- and sold. :should lie. a good gathering presentat AHT1C1-K 3 H'mil tin'. a Not.iiI'uljli= ", it, tml, fir" I.I( I I I.I"' III .Mr.VMH) LINK="
: Realty bought F. PARKER. lh Stall, m fennel-] .,
( the Hoard of Trade Mon- tin) mount, ol ItIlh"rl.,1 < apital. Vln"dI"\| | I 'i'!'
+ Houses rented. meeting .lock shall be tin houBUiid dollars 'IM 11.1'i i I I'i \\.11"I t In in" si I II I l 1"\\1, i ,

t day evening: July 28th. fi:1.\'f\: Taxes paid and Titles ver- Attorney-at-Law. shut I ' Hon II. Clay Stanford, who spokeat I ." I Ilpo-Cl. el t .1i,1I't I I In( Ml "[ (""I "t I,,I,, ,I.,' glades. a
.. ified for non-residents. .
, Collections and Conveyancing: St Cloud recently has consentedto iMl snbts<.i.l.t| "IIHIM for stock Hhull. bpaid .. tin l'olmi\ .>..r :Maivdl, !I.m, I 111., |' I ii I I (;n li\. Imat ,down the Kisimmee
\ J ; Fire Life and Accident In- for In lawful inotn. *>' or In .propi, 'rt '. 'I'll,' K atil UN"H l In 11 II"lII".a \ .pi. *." d.
.. I Specialties. do all he can to put through the ialnlO Hfi" \ n'i'H itl it Just \uluHtion. to \\ tiiliiitnl, alul ..II'', .tal ... tj :itl.ouuhina ' lii\ci: thiough Luke Okeechobec) andthv
J ': ../ .. ii$ surance. ; lie tixfd btht* bard of, dlnntniB .at '1ru"I'lh. n. .h'la thin 17th ,1 i.. \ .it I 'ilA
: I -i Indemnity Bonds. roadway. water route. hg call nd. for thwt ,purpose, and the I I.). 1913. Eel; glade-, to either Fort Myerson

: Mr. Hall] says there are three important Judgment of said board of directors as K:. D. IIOUAN. (Seal) the Gulf or Fort Lauderdale
labor My CommIssion Junu 6. 1914 on
to tlu value of sueh propertyor cxplreH .
.O_OOtooooooooooooo (JJ. F. KRIBBS .. .. matters to be considered: nervices. In the abneiicc of fraud. I Kaot: ('oa t. This( i it the finest inland
\ shall bo conclusive upon all parties. State of Florida, winreola .
First, to effect a wide-awake committee '. water trip in the world. Nowhere
Tho 'uuthorlvod capital stuck may be < County. in
ATTORNEY LAW '
AT KISSIMW FLA.
in Kissimmee and especially in Issued and paid for at ufh times an i -B..fore tn... a Notary PublIc In nrnVtotthf. > America can wile) bird and
life
irpoti Much terms and conditions as the Staff *>f Iflorliia,. personally 1I1'I'al'| game
DR. WM HARPER'OSTEOPATH I Examination of Titles a Specialy. Sanford as that city is one of the I...." h\ lawu llai, rlH. .1 I i il :\li-Ilrl.li. ,, rrd M. )H.nn.,
""1\ 1(1 I h"'IIrl." t tlxi'd In the < x *
Notilirutum anti payment of taxes of t thinwhich must help \\ith her \'alu.1.1. II I" . I ,; "i win :Mint-: H!, i i Fort 'it'crs
.\ rit' 'I 1,1 i ; 4 ill\ tu mi Si. IMI" h ii" \\ I --i hIm : for
nonresidnt8 given careful .l i- assistance:t Second, aftc-i l>t>ingotiranicci Till' <'I''I'| ''' ,' '.'''' sh",ill ixlHt, p. " I ,' hllllHi.lt, .K. I l\n,.,, I I. rli.i I I... IHI, Ml'III ii"M" i \ alum'
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--- attention.I .ill\ ., iiI Hhill h.i\ Bur*'. BHHHI' hIts, .it I In i \. iit.d I ind sul.Mllli. il 1 II. I :23tf!

I pi-titions) must becnculat" ] M) |K.I, .it-. "llllll'. p. I pi, til.I 11l \ k mi,L 1"1".1 I I i,t. i 11.1.i i .... '
STECIALIST IN \l ll.I I M4' .1'I : r, i itlmi I nl t I Ii.. ',il 1.,i,, "I| :\1"1 l ti, f
..d the1 1 Fo"lda) dele t \\1"
to t gat 'ion KMjucstin .
CHRONIC DISEA.SE.', I Th.1 I"MINI III'I I' SS iii( t ii 1,1'Ml I pol'' I t MMI ,1.1')( I p"11 |I.l.- i"oj"r I 'i I'' i \ i No. Six-Sixty-Six
I I >AT JOHNSTON ; at the iH-\t session, of ( 'ongi c-ss I I" "-i. ,I Im l I. .1 .b\. .. I I''r, suint'. \ \> t t'r i sid .
1,1.I S..< i'd.lt v T11'aHun'r ,and 1\0.1\ , \\ i Hn.. -.- 'in I Ii, I ii I I "d I ..i iI ', I I" .
.
CONSU l.A TG'q I X AMI "VAT O'Hf t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; thai a pi" I IIIflhIIilI'dli! \ e:> of the pioPOM .iii' I liii.' ? "IM i tn si HI ''II in of no( ) "1. NS ti',inv ( '\I''.1111''ui-. Fla. thla 21fit di i I ,' I IH I... I 1II.1 / ii .

'<| unite IK, niailc 1'liiid1 stalls i \ i n, .n I "mil(", Mi,,tii, (, lit,, t 11 < ,n, ,inin 01',. i sI II 1318. n pres' npi-nn prp.1! cipccmD, .. .
\ 10.11 I Citizens Bank BufldingKissimnme i 11'1 I 'tli'" l w lH. "i Ii'< 11 il I II h,. (bo..11. -I <'I( I i.; 1 I' lKIIllM I I I : s {l..r MALARIA or CHILIS V FEVER

KISSIMMCL/ .. FLA I Ins must .In-. irotlc-n now and any 101" it"h! ...ill .n((Mist' ,if. ,tin.,. 'hll', t (nlll I : \ I 'mniiii,, ,1.1" 'I'| i"r ' i I I- r. ,. Of ." 01..". will 1""Hk .
: TUESDAYS THI*V.>. I/IV "jATU>''i>A'i' > Florida < III .pill .ii'i, . Id , 111.I I it. I ..i.i.,1i'i'.Ii.* I 'I I I.- hltlt't'I ,11,1,,, IIi I <( taki Hie any c HKarkl
otlii-i, ill uilIe, infoini.it olilanu-d II ii .1 the/..
\ \ in lonu I I'
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t. l
OFF Ci ct N rw/u off, t I I I'"1. sl.h, nt, .ttMl., \ "i-l'i' 'ilil.] III hall) i
--- l icailini--,,,, to be "' itt.jl 1 b<'loie theIm.iid I 'in''"' ,Mih, >. ,is .1.I t_IM -"I ,....u. ,! i.t t ilu I l ,'i" i u. , 1 rei'iuIr, II.., n., .,? ,the ,r'r ,I.,.-."....... "M.n. .-...
I OIIIS, 1 MAhfl.' T Pl< TON WA'U.O'' '" III,,ii I l\ .1. < I .. till. '.11' p, "in InN ." ""'" (;.ul".IIH 1 ,," I J",>,.. nt grip, (ir u.uuI.i ,.1.( jS
I L. 1'0..1. I for Ju.I..r tlit. 1 cil in ',inccis altci the-} , . l
uto sui\cy I Him', t'h.lt', mil "rin .11 l lii' I III.Illll( tun Do You Want
.
i'Hwt dcS.H.BULLOCK> U \ '. '. A I. lul liltt It K i .."It". Ci tun illll < uur'' xi-. il. III,it I lii', i-_Ii' o . T.. .. ,
: I'd,! l anil .-lutisluik ( <.d l Iy | .., I % " ,.I \1'\1'' | '"
si
ill I "h.dl tint III t heill inn( |n i in
--r- M: I AhSKY & WAULO\\) that I lioncii.ililcbcul' ) \ i'Ir'I I Im, .nil. "t . i loa. al tin,,' Histnun i IIU t 1K 1\: C. I..r I 1,11,1 lila, I.ira,..
I ,ul.ii. .tIur i iii.m ,, .il I. "lot.
I. .\11' II.ill icali/i-s tln'ic- mnsiflerablc i. u mi 1 II I I' \KMIM.K : ( I IN
4 Arroiu..EM: ANI> I JII.I.I.o, I I.os I I "is Nil.III I ll I ', ' i4lllll4. 'liii' '. .10(1 llll I III 1111| '"? Iii,1'1,1<)
t. AT LAW \\oik lo. br dono and( foi that 1 cason I Sill: I:ll 1,1'h'I"u."I \" ..., ,. HS ,,,a ,: ,. .,:, II :: :uiI'lii :: ;" \ :\ ( IIINe ,i-I 1 t '"' 'I I \ si Ml"i :
ll In IH in, .n In I lie ,'Illi, '"IMM ill* lit,' inn
I'rHrtleitin till tIne fourtie eif (he* "Lalo anil of I I la t tMing I to c'ffett a-; many or- n l'l$8.11 i \ Im till HIM i"Hlul i.imtl, 'ut t n..I I HIT\ l i i"'Ilhilt.
live Unite.; MaleiVnilHii,: : .IM.I.re. Ilu: I liinlaKall-t :; I 'till ,I.II.MIM.MH III nit I III I Illll. lltlllll, n.,1 I .III
jr.mi/at ion,.. .'( possible) to have cvciytlnng ri I -ll.lr ,.r \* Mil,",, s. <
rimil CeilniiilHtiiun. unil t theInlerHtMti I I eniiiie>rrv lt\\ til, l.liil-m.i, | ( "lull .r till llllll, I'l.I I Landsor hnIUr
(Minimum, .(inn I. III I'l'l' f,-, I ii.i ic-\t* ,; l >eIMIIK I \ .,,1.,1. III.U ."Ml til.It till. 1"d'h"I"1 u -.I.,,, 1 I 'I" 'IS.u i, In ;ill whom
REAL ESTATE I II I-I IK I 'llAHlkHrok. Hi.IH. 'JH! !.AN1)D 1 HAII "it, ui'" "itinutl, ,iiifitlim, millS I .u.- ', ili.l, ,n ''I", Ml h elay of
1 (' ) "t ,. "I l tin ,. of ,\ 110 ii inlli ( 'J in I'KOI'l.lt:I I 't "r I'' 'I'' I I 1 I Mil 111 I I ,
muni.
\I. l'I'ply| t II
I t; ......................, ---- yr li\ united, action of the three cities "IM. llllll. .(II..I.,.n. I ..,ii I... :l ...... ...:":.:...:..:,. ... I If you do, \vntx me. I hnv 'II! !VI"1 I.. ,,, I II I, "of, ,it I. I :\1 t Muipln' JuiU, i>O f
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,, I i It he a..u.i'- i-I .iuOii' .
'tin II I Ii e JI ". .mil ineiirii.In .. if) I I'i .ih.it.I frJ
1 INSURANCEExamination \ NDllKW) JOHNSON I I besides t the possible, >1 ussistaiice, ,, of (he I ItoIns -liiwsI that i n-ia'. foi, ,ili- ". ".il. 'Ii-' ., I" ,'. .S \",",",.. ,,
'iIrn-I ,, ito.lt.l..r. I''I..I l u shall; In. Ii i t I-i I t" .i t .,J' \\ 'illi I".mi s i 'handler.\
A . othi-i. tovMil l ctwc-i-n .Iiu'ksoiii illc and 'I .Illll, U.lll N nil t llI.III.II1I .. H. I.OMli. Till **ll.l\' ill. Mrs. E. E. Wells I I. .1 11..1' '" "" "Hi' ., sill-, 'ilin',. I
(CUI'o..LLO/ LAW .
n ;
liKNKY; AND! : I ".HI' ,
i i.r S. 1,1 'I-i ,
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l 1"ln"I. Iii t hillllll h "''01' .
ll t
III Mv .I" "Hi
Fl.1)1': ihe for I i \ I .11 111\ hnal ac-
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thf sure -
,
I of Titles a Will I I'ral I'cI. in all Count piospects .11 I I'll! 4 Real Estate and Insurance ,"i .i.' \.III".r..r I" I -eu..1( ust Ial...
I I rI.l' -I." I"
&tatc: anel Keileral \' > !\>ok \ cry encouiagingIhc Tin' fulleiw IIIK i niillilli, "fiic'rs anil I tin u itiiiruiai.'
: .
t I I'I t ii I ,
1.0). ill I I",u.-i"I tell,, H H hie II oneluc I hllllHllllHH .- 203 Broadway Phone 272 I 'Ii 1 1''I, \ I I i 1'113 I .
I )Ih" .. udjoininK Broadway i Udc-nf lepoit of the Board of lit till* Mil pOIHtlllM" Illltll/ .llftllthe \\ \\ '"IINHI.1\ :UAdiiUnlHtrator

Special: ty I litiieimltank i Ki.sHimmefJ. : I'-nirinc-ers'; approving{ $47,000 kp'pro- tied\ i..r..."Ihl-ll""". eleetloil..U""Ha.s linel III.the nfflriV e'lllllillellllein l. ____ -I I : uuI.u_. , -- ,

priation for the water route south of \ l' \'i'Mtit. Sr I'". Franklin, \ sainuil. "I I'I It I : '"' ",,I'I %I ',0'1 II ,'I 014 .

Corresoondence( Solclted.: S. H.irpi-i i I': I D. nlllll"; S II \Vaihit .-, I'or I-'Innl .In'h.r" -
Kissimmee and the $2.r:! "OOO() .
ofJ.
appropriation Millilele \\ r Vi %
IIIII"IIH..I. l I Mta. .
V
-.. I J.V. 'rbOlnpS)1lFUNERAL 1 for the ('Caloosuhatc river is Jr and Alex III"'H Hh.ill e...lIalllu.<. Sprigg FlemingCLEANING I I III, "' lh1 I III .M" JI l)4.l.': ..ATIC .)
) ,
'1 t Hie- H.in nl nf I IHrirtorHThe I" III. lI.hiI4ui, \. .. .11\: ?..1 s-ri.
a great step for I bettenng> conditions "ff".H" Bllllll I..-. I I'riHlelelll \\' In r. ,I'.hnie: nr (....,. .. -
between .llIckson\"illt. and Ft. Myers. < Vi'Hla, Sr VIeu'-lr'-sI'1.-'il. S l I.,1.- ..01 II. h e. giec..._

DIRECTOR ter S-i'r'tuir\ J .I tl I in, I I.. . I"
i After getting the appropriation the I lIu> ne-KVlthlti PRESSING I Jr ul. i' kl 1\ 'ii' 'tin nil whom
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C.W.GR1FF1NStaple .1'h...
.
\ reaHemalile. time' after the* .Ini iii30th.
andLICENSED rwxt esenti/ l thing: will be to get the granting eif a the* charter of Incorporationa 'I ..r. i ,n. n-r liii'', .\ i I I I I Hhall apply day
: DYEING snd u r "Ii" \\1'.1..
which tneetlnK of tin steie'khe-lile'rs shell he. ... T M ttujriuhy. .Iudge
preliminary survey to Sanford u 'I I 'i Iii I"VII'I.p IIH .huh ..
conalll the bUHlne'H* Inte- or i 'robah.,
called tej for
: and FancyGRORIS EMBALMER will start bettering conditions north HMt n eif lila' corratlon and to adopt REPAIRINGLeave I.11/\..r/ I'h.1111." IIIHchltr", ..1-< lmlnl..tratrlx

suitable I t hy-lawB for the Be viriiiiie-nt e>f .. .11.1" of O..K. II I viny. d'c..aB-
Opposite. CourthoiJBu. of Kinsimmee.Mi I it :a 11.1 thaI al II hi.,
.
Iticonslnlenlt with
these
Its alTalrH. not word pt I my house noil lolles, I 1', 1nl, to said aam. time J will
I (C. -A. Carson has statistics for arthli'ti of Inreiriiorntlon, anil, the lawn will be cp lIed lor and rntnrneil\ .aM. ,\ "ur.t my 'nns.1 accounla.trllllll..trs.lrix
: KS1MMEE.' : FLORIDA.r of the State of ".lorl<1.. whleh hy-laws "k iii' Maid instate. and
freight south of Kissimmee': Add to ,, fil I heir npl".1
tim he .*, *al'd or amfni" an prnvrleleel Satisfaction I
Guaranteed I' ';LI.A
# I this fact the great freight tonnage the-reln AIITICUIS 6 I I"; I 'lii6rflhi 1..1 Ailrni IVEY fist.
if. I II. JKNKINH.: K. .R. WOODHAM> I
which is shipped to and from Kissim The' hlKhe'Ht aitieiuilt of inele'.hteMlneHH, ,
Free Delivery to all Parts I or liability te> which thin e-eii piirat Inn. ratrixii !
;J ENKINS & WOODHAM nice, also the big freight tonnage at any time* ran be subject .shall In ti'nthoysand L1

.J ofjtbe; City: \ which St. Cloud has added in the past \ dollars
1TICLlu; 7. Rollins Park
SURVEYORS few years Take into consideration The* name's and re-Hleie-npet or tin. jiub- College Winter [Ia.

t together with ,
;. also the town of Narcoossee which scribing" incorpeirators
p' _. Kissimmee Florida the nunibe- of shares of the authorized. OLDEST COLLEGE ,
AND
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!
I shows every prospect of great traffic capital Ht<>ck of this corporation Riihcrlbed MOST BEAlTmCAMWW' : IN FI.OKIDA
I eaoh. are an follows: a
:": ...+++++++++++++++++++++++1 I I and then add to this the naval stores 'v. O for V<*sta by. Hr,. Tampa. Florida. 12 College Academy Music. EJtprt'ssion. Fine \rt.. )lMmatic ,ii, .

I > and citrus fruit shipments from Run- .tw>reit.V and Industrial '.

THE I !Ii!Ii!Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !IiIo I riymede Ashton and Peghorn Junction, .hare'sHamui1. Franklin.. Klsulnimee*. 1'lortda. 12 Twelve buildings Arts, steam Business heat Taechers'' ('our..".
(
1 S harper HI' IVteTHburi-r. electric lights, fire
GRAYSTONE1 one will realiz a slight idea as to the 12 share gymnasium, no malaria, 'ciuarter-milhon dollar Protection, fine
Florida.
i ; 7 C. F. ThrasherSHEET immensity of tonnage that can be K. I'. (illtne>.rer. I elub
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.. -. ; ': orci lit nt run I gathered. To gather all these important 8 D. Walter. L-oudhman. "Florida 12 analysis of soils fertilizers foods equipped with every modern devicec: c. -

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statistics takes time and for this for .
METAL WORKER H Harris. Kl .nlniine.-, florida 12shares. courses. engineering

., . ..,.t: 2.60 to 8.60 per day. Steel Ceilinga a Specialty,,. reason Mr.' Hall is 'working now for Lakes boating j ..wimmigalf.. tennis -
Special by week or month. i I J. 0. McBride. Klii lmme>... Florida Christian but / : / footb.all. basket bal1' ''
:; : I P. O. Box 696 Kissimmee, Fla. this purpose rather than"to wait till 12 shan. tlndenomlnatron l expenses' moderate .

:.. ..'"_,'. a w. nuMM !'rIP. L D. ,reim, IIJ."f. f next December or rather when called yy C. Vesta. Jr. Tampa. Florida, 12 avaable.\, For catalogue address ; scholarships ,, .

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TO GIVE SETTLERS -I(MONEY REFUNDED : N'O TICS "" ...r ':. (, ,f



.|! WITH A SMILE Notice Is hereby'given. that the following described lands, or"so much thereof .'
AND LOCAL"USERS a* will be to fay the due for tax. .
' .:: .. necessary amount a .eren set opposite to the "
,t -- sun*,, together-wlth-eo.t-of-such-sale -an4......V.f U.ln.,. will b.-eolel at publlo _. .. :
i auction on the ant day of Se temt.cr..A. D. lUI!. at the City Han. at Kl.slmmee Summer > ; : ' : : 'J'
-i i City. Oiceola County State of Florida.DESCRIPTION : "I: : I
Leading Drug Store Will Give Money t. :

| VOICE IN FOREST AFFAIRS I J Back Should there Ever Be a'Case OF LAND t. OWNER I TJ.t .:: ...

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Where Dodaon'a Liver . .
I Tone Fails.Dodson's __ _
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Lice, at a E cor. of Block 11 W of A. C.
: SECRETARY' OF AGRICULTURE'I U Ry.. rune N 60 ft. W 100 ft S 50 .
E 100 ft .. Leonard F. ,,_ _. .is
Liver Tone is Bi - -- ------ Tn J
IIOUSTON HAS PROMULGATED a mild veg- CO ft. N of SB, cor. rBi k 11 W
etable Liver Tonic which operates sosucce.su1ly of A .C. U Ry., runs N 50 ft., W 100''
RESOLUTION TO THAT in ft. 8 60 ft. K 100 ft. ..-...._?_____ Waddell W. D.,___ ____._ 1.85 Bargains( : f r
cases of constipation, H. II. P..oA..lel...- : 1

-* EFFECT torpldJiverrblllousneai'Ihalflt has Lot V blooki'O" ......._......, ._ F1t.-Warr.n ____,___ 10.16 -__ - :__ .
N. A. KblBMB A44HI.._
practically taken the place tit calomelthe Lot 6 I and 10 ft oft N side Lot 4. Block 1 Hyatt, C. U _,. S.5 .p
W% Lot. S and Block 6 .--.-. Howard Walter 11.15
drug which is so often danger- Lot 10. Block 8 -\_n.uunn_ Mention. Amanda _._ 11.15 o

Washington, July 21.-To give set. ous. The Kissimmee Drug Co. who All of Block IS _.__ Nelson. A. 8. _____________00_____ It.85
and other local I Lots 1. 2, and S. Block 16 Oaulden, Henry _....______ It.45 .
tiers users a larger sells Dodson's Liver Tone, recom-. ... I.. .. <;.'.. Adsltleu i 5-acre farm half mile from city limit, cleared fenced and cross .
voice in national forest administration mends it Lot 6 and a strip 7H feet wide oft of .
I as a reliever of constipation, Lot I -- HesilngFred 46.15 fenced and in crop every foot good land just '.he place for a fine 3i

Secretary of Agriculture Houston has sour stomach, biliousness and sluggish J..II. Wovdall'.. N.bdtvt.i..6 Lot tWJf little grove, chicken ranch and truck for family! use, and tome to :
K. L. I. t... .... .
ju4 promulgated a new regulation I liver. It works gently, surely Lot 8 ____nhnnnn. 175 sell. Advantages of high school church and! good markets. $600 + '

which goes into effect at once, providing and harmlessly. If a bottle should Lot Lots 17 1Z-and IS McDonald Farmer L., Fred R. ____________.__ 706 805 including owner'* share of crop half ca,!i, balance one, two and

a means by Wbich'forest service ever fail to give satisfaction the Kis- Lots 80, 31, 32 and S3 ._. Porter Nathan ______-___________ 6.66 three yean. ,
I Lots 84 and 85 French, Rosa _...._______ 8.16 I
may systematically cooperate with simmee Drug Co. will refund the price M. C. HI.... ....... HnbdlvUles of Let .M
duly organized association of such paid without question. of F. L. .. c.....'. ttrv-r 1000-acre" improved farm handy to city. large grove lots of t_ j

| Lot .6 -..... Williams, Sam -._ 208 improvements. Are you interested if so write us we will send you
users. I: The price of. Dodson's Liver Tone ... L. I. t'..'. Harvey r
Any association whose members Include I is 50 cents bottle. Lot 69 .- _. ._._. Dibble V. L. --__________----_ A.45 full particulars. This is a Home Right and a halth resort. Investigate
Be
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sure you Urn NK cor. of Lot 75 run 8 189 ft. it.
a majority of the local residents I[ get Dodson's Liver Tone and not some. W 210 ft. N 189 ft K 210 ft. _: Tlnr, S. A. 6.85 ly
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making use of the national forest II( medicine. put up in imi&ation that is Lot K 78 137 lean'4 ft.b<-K N 816 NW ft.cor.W runs 187V4 S ft 916_ft Dibble, V. I. _nnn_____________ 21.66 8760 acres colonization property well located cheap and on ; '

get together and select not backed LICK. NK cor Lot 80 run S 42 it. W ll, terms. If able to handle this will be pleased to F
may a committee up by a guarantee! and ft. N 42 ft.o 119 ft .-_ Green U. it: ____________________ 7.26 easy you are we
to meet with the local; forest of- 'I'j that may contain! harmful drugs.- Hag 42 ft. 8 of NK cor, of Lot 80, runs give you full and complete pltl i titulars. Lot of money can be made

ficers. This committee will be recog- Adf. si.it H H84ft.42 ft: E W816ft.N126f1.E196ft 119 ft ._. Oretn, Q. R ,_|{_ 12.76 from this tract. 4.;
nized in an advisory in I I UPK 126 ft. S of NE cur of Lot 80 runsS I
capacity set 40 ft.V 315 ft. N 40 ft E 816 ft-_ Muse. Liny 8.66 Several places to rent to parties who want to work and learn all l

tling questions which may arise be against. a far-away bureau at Wash-I Lot Lot 81 89. _Ivss_uuu.h.h bflr. NE ror. runs W S16 ft--M lles, E. E. nnn___________ 41.60 about Florida. It will bear investigation come see us, we will fit I fy 1r I

tween the forest service and the publicin ] ington, represented on the ground by : 8 262 ft. E 815 ft N 2B2 ft Hansrll.! W. T. 21.66 you out in what you want.
the use of the forests.. tot 93 _._. Wallace, J. S hU___________.__ 14.06 t
| a forest officer who can do as he I Itob-rt !!... AddlllOB i);
idle and
Anyone having place it safely profitably
The exact wording of the regulation I chooses and against! whose actions it All of Block "M L'-------------------. KraalL Mary 18.65Ntt money can
of HW14 of Block '!' L" Cog dvl.> ) 8llas 6.66EV4 here getting absolutely safe security on real estate at high rate of, DL 1
IS is impossible to make effective protest.In of Block "UL" ..___ Ha.... Charles 16.06

"Wherever any association whose I the case of the. grazing regulations All N'/4 I except of Block SW4 6! _of Block."VL" R'd'.J: r W.W_ 17.36 29.06: We have many groves in bearing that can be bought for less If.
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membership includes a majority of the a method of cooperation between the Lots 1. 2. and 3. Block 7 _H __- d MeKner, A. J. _- 81.66 than they are worth and are safe and profitable investments.
I fc4 of Lots 4 and 5, Block 8 _ 'alUlns, R. 1) 10.86 '
local residents using a National Forest j forest service and users of the forest Lots 1 and 2, Block 22 _ _ _u h Fisher M. E. 18.46 Write us for anything you desire we will be glad to give you 1;
Lots 22 _ Minx. Mrs C. A. Est.
thereof 8 and 4. Block 6.85I.oa
or portion for like - '
purposes has been which is
ranges developed 3. 4 and 6. Block K .- Addle Welford 86.86 reliable informaton free of charge. a ,
shall select a committee an I said to have done away completely AH-"a rcpt a strip 85 ft wide off 8 end !
of Hlurk N _. __ Hagan. Hattie L. _2676
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agreement on the part of which shall I i with any such feeling. Cattle and Hobrrt .1... 2d -Addition NELSON REALTY COMPANY ,

l be binding upon the I association, such sheep growers' associations not lot 2 uuuuu.nUU -- Robinson. Fred 486 ,'t
| Lot 6 Koneican. A. E ___ 240
committee, upon application to the only assist in the settlement of disI A strip 64 ft. wide off. N side of Lot 6-_ Smith Jim 4.86 Back of State Bank KISSIMMEE,, FLA. '
Mouth Florida It. H. I...*. HarveyLot -
District Forester may l be recognizedin I I putes concerning individuals but alsoi 7, Block 7 -. _- -- Hicks, M. J __ 31.66 f I. :
an advisory capacity on behalf of I i join in the formulation of plans for 3g. at moat Easterly cor of Lot 7.
Block 10. runs S 43 deg W 60 ft N
the association and shall be entitled :i the best use of local ranges and 47 degV to Stewart Ave thence N _

to receive notice of proposed action I through their national associations are along said Ave to most. .Northerly. cor._. _____ '
of Lot 7. then 8 47 d -B K to l) -B Nelson lUnltJ Co u- 68 76
and have an opportunity to be heard; '! ,given an opportunity to be heard before i Lot 7, Block 14 _uhU_ __ t- Nelson L. H ._-u"I 66.06 t''
Lots 6. 6 and 7. Block 16 .Uh'- I.ancsster J. A. -_.. 7686 4: TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 ;
by the local forest officer in referenceto I regulations which affect their industry I ,, m. Hoses ell'. Addition

1..0118, -_ - Furrm 1.. U ______ 2646
any proposed changes likely to materially as a whole are adopted. The : l.ots'2(1, 21 and 22 u -_ p _ \Varln. 11 L). -:- 2266 : .

affect the use or interest in I local associations insure attention to i Lot. . 26 ph __ - -_ -- Jones. L. J ._ 1606 ,
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the Forest or portion thereof enjoyedby complaints of unfair action which are Lot 2f. - u !
such permittees.. The general found to be justified while the I ll-borne 41 <>'\-.! Addition COAST LINE *
on Lot 8. Block "B'V ..rliiK. M I: 8846 ATLANTIC
principles of recognition and responsibility -I other hand they automatically disposeof i Lot B, lllock l> hnunn. _- _ n_ -- Powell Annie ._ 175
II. A. Matarn. Addition b.
governing cooperation with many cases of complaints that are N\V14 of Lot 1, Block (3 hn. ___ n UrailnhMW U ._._._ 966
live stock associations herewith lien at N\V cor of Lot 1 Ulock 'S runs
found when all facts
are I are considered, 8 84 ft H 73 ft N 94 ft. W 73 ft Harr. IKOII, ,E.V.. ft.66VnbhrtlV "Seminole
extended: so far as they are applicable, not well grounded. Mubdltl.lo. of Matkrito Addition 'Dixie Flyer" Limited"f

to1 the other regular lines of buMiifSt. | It is the announced policy of the de- Lots I and- 2, lllotk H - n Fannel. L. It------------------- 825

conducted the National Force's"The favor A. I'ntrlrk'n Addition .
on partment to the greatest good Limited""Montgomery
Atlantic
I 70 ft off M side ofV % of Lot 2. Block U Rogers U U-------------.. 8.06 "South
object of this regulation is to to the greatest number, and the local U, of Lot 1, Ulock N, runs
.f"hft f.r.\\ 141St ft N 87 58 ft 15
extend: what may be called home part j user oyer others. With the. help of 147.6S ft---------------------Nelson.: \\'. J. J . 1665KV

ticipation in'national forest manage- the advisory boards now provided for, : \, of Lot 1. Block U Ulliblv. C F _-I-.-- ._ 10.06Lot Route"TLronh
4 N of A C L It It except lands .
ment. It is recognized that the best I many of the problems affecting individuals "wn.d by J. Md'hatter n _- :011..011.. A. S. -__ 1115

use of the forests in the interest of which the application of such Ben 118 NB ft. W cor 67'of, lot ft N 2 IIS. Block ft K 8 57Vk runs ft.S_ Parker W. 1'. unnuh_ 24 15

the general welfare means the pro- I a policy involves can be settled by Hen N\V cur Lot 2, Block 8 rune S\ 118 Pullman Cart from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, L6U>-
ft K 911 ft N Ilk ft W 90 ft----- Parker A M. SOS
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motion of local welfare, and that the ;I submitting them to what is practically Lot 3, Block 8 _nu.u__. Parker,. Anna May ...-.- SOS/ .. vile, Nashville, Atlanta and Binnbfham (o laekse.ville.DINING .

forests must be handled with careful the organized public sentiment of their w. .H......H.r T ....-ir.. .t. of He-HnbdlTl.lon. W. A. |-.trlck'Addition of.

consideration for all local interests I own neighbors. On the other hand, e !
Lot 8 and E'% of Lot 7 _ un_ .- Dibble V. 1------------------- CSSi ; ::: ; CAR SERVICE
involved. It Is recognized also that the organization can Initiate questions ( : Andrvwn Mnbdlil.lun of U I<><._. K.and a

public confidence in the spirit of fair- and bring them to the attention of the lit of ". A. l'nlrl<-k'. Addition ,
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Lots <0< and 7 Warlnif R D. - 1605W. - a
ness with which individual citizens are forest service, backed by the majorityof : A. ...trh....'. Addlll...- For information or Pullman reservations, caU.
Lot 1; less a strip 60 ft wide, off of 8 C GILBERT Ticket Agent Kissimme .. 4
treated is essential, and that local those who ore dependent upon for side In Block 11 Nelson L. H. ._??,.?_..._-,*._. 16.06Lot. W. "( ,' "
participation in the settlement of est industries. 1 and S, Block 1} -.- Dibble, J, C. ..-......--..?..,..?. 8.1'.4 5 .. on nearest'Atlantic Coast Line Agent or >, :t I'" t

many questions is the beat possible Already several associations besides W.l.ot c.S'. -II...- -Addition--,.,_-__,.,."..... Neff. M. .C':..yt!! "{. j*.,*...,.,.---v-.**.,. a.1I5' J. G. !Kirkland, D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla. Y. R. Beaxley, T. ,P. A.'u,'; :!.r1. a !
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K. L. Lesleys Addition- ". . i : Pk'' c: ?
safeguard against arbitrary or un- those composed of stockmen are cooperating Lot 2 _.___.- Hicks M. J.-----_..-_; l.fl5 i r
wise decisions by local forest officers.In with. the forest service, LotB IS, 14. 16 and 16 -.- Eonegan A. E. 6.65Lots
__ A. E. 1.7B
29 and 80 Donenan
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other words it is desired to pre- though there was no provision for Lute 31. 82. 33 and 84 _unUuu J>one/(an, A. E 1606 C. A. CARSON, President: N. C. BRYAN Se-rvtsury. .

vent any local feeling that a western their official recognition before the I.ot Lots 50 tl and-60 __- . - n- __ " Donegan.Kanslar M.A. E.E. ___ __ h.nnhu._ 367 3.05

user in contact with the national for- new ruling of the Secretary went into J. ". l.lllr' Addition The Waters & Carson
Lots 4. 5 and 6. Block 1 .npnn O'Neal. Jlenrj 2315
eet administrative system is up effect. One of the pioneers was the l.ot.3. 4 and 5. Block 4 _ d -- HoneKan. A E. -.---, 6 Ut' ;
C. A. ('..oo.'. Addition
- Lot 9. Block A __ -- _ Urjant. H F. -?-,-.--- 1215 r}
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48. 49 and 60 Fanm L. R 21
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........(... l-nrk'- Grocery CompanyWholesale
II Lot 6. Block 4 _. n - -- Axhton Hudolph 149
Lot 1 and 6, Block k _ -_ uu _ Jlon"lfan Cattle Co. 3.67
Lot 1. Block 12 _ _ __ . -- Aivcy.E.J 201
THE H. G. SIEVER I Lot 2. Block 12 n _ __ _ AHe. C L. _-__uunnuu__ 2.01 and Dealers in .' '
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I..trllund 10. Ulock 12---------------- ". \ S _ __ _ .._- S 1,7Lot Retail
8. Block 13 ___ -_-_ Milks, M J --__unn.n__.. 2 4O
Lot 5. Block 14 -_- Parker Mattle' _ __ 214
REALTY COMPANYPrairie A. ":. l>......_.'.. Hnbdlvl-lon of XV Vn ofXKV4 GROCERIES
< of NKM< nnd II V. of K>,4 of '.I / :
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of HKVi s-e X and 10. Ulock 6 ._ _uun J_ U Iunrgan. A. K: :_. 306
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Lot 10, Block 8 ___ _. _ _ -' _' H'-I".r.! MrB M A _ -- 2 4ULotB I J r'"'., .
Land,!Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands 1. 2 and 10. Block 10 __. _ . l>oneitan, Cattle Co. . .1.91 .h'1' # ., ,
I nplnttrd l.ndSW . .. .' . . ...... ,
Lands. Lands at all Prices and Easy Terms 4aaao oo.eeoo.eoe 1"
Timber Qn A of 8W '4 Sec 15, Tp 25 R 29. UBSbete .. I :
NE cor runs 8 I: 380 ft W to \% O WE BUY .. \ ;
4 WE SELl: : ,
bJ%' 4 b"Mal..o less belt 220 ft N of BE HAY, !,
2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value cur runs N 627 ft. W 210 ft 8 627 ftK HIDES, '
210 ft. .__ __- --_ -_ :Nelnon. A. S .- 711 145 o t
for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:- Beg 140 \ds N of "K cur. of 8WV4 of 6 GRAIN, .
H\\" \, of Bee 15. Tp 26. H 29. runsN 0 O FURS, : I'
dH. W 'ls S 139 ydfl ESP .
139 > 69V > < 4 FERTILIZERS, !
all and ,," Jds .. _-_ _ n Jori B. L. J __ n"'n-u-- 27 36 WOOL ,, ,
sizes p
1 Orange Groves prices W'of_ 8\V'\ ,.. of Ii"" ',. Set 16 Tp 26 1 A
I II II It 29 _ _ _ _- _- ___ Smith, A J. _ ._ n.nnuu 35 85 4 SHINGLES, + .
I II I Beg" S\V cor of SW /4 of NW '4 Sec 28 ,
i I Tp 25. U 29. runs E1 ft N:1: ftV AND .
BOXES
ORANGE
FLORIDA .. Minis. W if-------------------- t t1
21(1( ft M 210 ft n. 366 e
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KISSIMMEE. I In \

I - - C. F. TISON. ORANGE WRAPS, ALL .\1
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r Tax Collector for Klpslrmnee City FloridaBy *
J. R. 01LBERT. I VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY I

-- __ -- -- Deputy Collector <0> .I r.

0CRA TE NAILS < PRODUCE. .

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Malad Forest User's Assiciation com- .-Instruction, Osceola County Florida, I 44 . 0. . . . . .. . . . ......
e this the I 8th: day of July A. D. 1913.
posed of men who reside in or near I .

the Pocatello Forest which lies on the W. C. BASS,
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R. S. FLOYD border; of Utah and Idaho. The ad- Attest:. J. SEARS Chairman.W. We sell field and garden seeds of all kind. d
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i We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parting.
a visory board of this association has I Superintendent. 30.3t Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. tI'

acted as a clearing house for complaints I I We are county agents for good fertiliser Ask ua far circular and -li

and a medium through which I prices on fertilizers .... .
1 THINK THIS OVERIT
mutually advantageous understand I i

GrocerGet .. ings might be reached. It is said to I

have saved its members and the forest
C. A. CARBON. I. A. CRANF.JW. S. U LUPF a.
F. service much trouble. embarassment 18 IMPORTANT AND IT COST Pra-id.nti Vlee-Preeidrot. S-r.tarp h

and even litigation. YOU NOTHING.
1 There. are thousands of tiny corpuscle -

our prices on NOTICE OF ELECTION.In In your blood and when. they. do.
not do their work properly you .ulr....
compliance with the law in such If are feeling bad and Bet tired.
you KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
: HAY GRAIN FEED cases made and provided, it ii here too easily cOlt oat of breath. When '
by announced and declared than an you take a little extra e...erclse and a1
Election will, be held at Narcoossea, feel that you cannot possibly bold out ,1\ .

which we Bake a specialty Osceola county, Florida Special Tax to de a day's work and suffer from
.china- joints, pain. In the chest "w
School District No.2, on Saturday
usualvoUng and back. It Is a slan that those tinyeorpu.ele. 41 Rough laeS.Dressed I.
August 2, A. D. 1913, at the not
In blood are
your
place, for the purpose of de- healthy. You eon make them. healthyby
termining who shall serve a* School taking Taylor's Best Blood Medicine
Trustees of said District for two years and you owe It to yourself to keep PINE LUMBER
next after the election, and to fix the them healthy. This remedy ha. doneIt t
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number of mills of District School for others, and will do It for you. 3n
I Tax to be levied and collected annually Come to our store today and get
LElT l INSOBL1N GE ( .ERG.'FIRE e''S
) DOllED N En'S for the said two year The following a with bottl.the and re.ult If you tats are the sot bottle satisfied back ;,,.< "l 4
were appointed to act at said election kf
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R. L., M. L. Tindall and Harmon and get your money. HOUSE BILLS A SPJBCIALTY "' ;:
..._Apn In'O1& count, Evansl Price. '1." the bottle. :
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0ld..t and Lrr.et .
Tba Hull F. W. I
t Inspectors; Hill
HEAL 'f .
LIFE ACCIDENT T Your own druggist recommends and .
Clerk.
?" guarantees) Taylor's Beet Blood Medicines
' rMONaS ..a Done by order of the Board of Public: ask him abut 1C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i M i n 1 1 1 m


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SACRIFICE SALEBeginning 3








; Aug. 1 and for the 10 days succeeding we offer everything at 25% Discount --



; THIS MEANS THAT SOMETHING WILL GO AT LESS THAN COST. OUR SALE OF the rah a .


j JULY 4TH WAS A GREAT SUCCESS, FOR WHICH WE THANK THE PEOPLE. WE ARE !111 ear


; GOING TO PREPARE FOR YOU MORE .LIBERALLY THAN EVER BEFORE : WE ARE GOINGTO pal etIl


PREPARE A GREAT FEAST OF BARGAINS, AND WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO COME ton Ilist.


AND PARTAKE OF THEM. .. WIIe


Read the story of how a great stock of merchandise is to be sacrificed. roaIn lea<'

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Lace CurtainsMost We carry Ladies'readymade dresses Do not forget that : Ladies' Shoes an th,,
Dry Goods I that sell at $1.00 to $14.50-Now we 101
are goig to let you DEDUCT 25% off Queen Quality
exceptional values will be of- we are offering our left
: that whatever it be. and ( - 3.2S
Dress Goods fered in this department. price mayj $400 glade! mm hadep
I take the dress. $1.00 grade Hosi- } 5f() grade! now - ,275
I i<00 grade now - 2.25 .
and Ladies' CretonFloral i ery or 75 cents.BED 2 >0 grade now - 1.90 '.yermp
LacesWe : \No a $1.)0 shoe for $1.20 aDd

design IOc grade now 7c SPREADS, SHEETS, BLANKETS I :Some> |)ieltv! White Button Oxfords a..
ReadytowearDepartment Other grades reduced in the same now arrive at that department of AND PILLOW CASES-ALL TO BE I and Pump ale included in this lot. haa7.
proportion. "" our store in which every girl or grownup SOLD AT 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT.Lidies' I See our :Special Bargain Counter.Children's .
woman will naturally be interested. I old!
Vallencennes Shadow and in fact UnderwearLADIES' Shoes le1
BleachingRegular laces will be reduced
all the to zero -
I UNDERWEAR-In this de- Buster Brown red

Ginghams that sold prices. partment we have an exceptional line 0D,
36 in. originally atl2'2c I Resolved, that v>e are going to
Largest Lock in town '! will go for ,- - lOc of Silk and Embroidered Drop Skirts. sell to (he little! boys and girls some I onS
IZVsc Gingham this sale 91/2C Regular 36 in' Good grade for lOc will Embroidery Also some that are made of cheaper shoes that are not only CHEAPER but Ia4
lOc Gingham this sale - 8e go at this sale at - - 7112C materials. These skirts must go regardless far better than anything they have tar

All Calico this sale - - 5e i Embroidery-Edge and Insertion and of price ever had before. ar-
; All-Over will be handed over the sacri- A little! book is enclosed with these tel
A; .. Percales Unbleached Domestic fice counter almost at the price you Gentlemen'sFurnishings shoes in which is given all the adventures .is-
.he
suggest.Ladies'. of Buster Brown and Tlge.Men's .
'. t. 12V4c Percales many patterns All will !
best .
36 in wide grade. go - -- ----- IEtxr
_ .
r { - now lOc .
.... at 7VjjC per yd.
Second quality but good will go NeckwearLadies' HatsStetson
; Galatea for 7c yd. a7
- - - per
"'. ,.1 This is the best cloth for children'srompers ,Neckwear: Collars Jabots. and Shoes High Grade- ItS
1 and play suits. Regular 18c Etc made. of Lace Embroidery, Pique $8.00 Cow Boy this sale $6.06 .be
to go at. . . .. . 13e We will sell six j :. Ratine. 'Also. some Bulgarian and Ladies' and r 6.00 Cow Boy this sale 4.50
( .
t ,
.. J effect. 5.00 Special Columbia 4.00 tit
I Silk spools of cotton or Children's ShoesMen's 4XX) Small size dress 3.25 Is
it 3.50 grade this sale 2.75Men's oeDrd
1 L
Cut-Slashed-Sacrificed; with not silk thread for 25c Waists
j a piece reserved! SuitsMEN'S Hats by
t, $1.00 Messalme. this sale - 74c :Id
f .50 Silks this sale - 35c Embroidered and Lawn-some with Herald Brand
l<* See what we collars. Sale price these SUITS-We carry the best
Bulgarian on .
{* Big lot of $1.00 Silk as low as 69c, I $3Oud.<)<) :" i mm - $2.25 verI.
a .f will range from 39c up to $2.48. grade of Ready Made Clothing for ,,, .
and we lose on every yard. have to offer in Men that we can find. These are made :\1 'mini olhri-I, ,lint. \\p can sellto .
---- -- ,
by Schloss Bros. Co., of Baltimore, von Im a "pole thai. will simply sur- ri-

P SoisetteAbout Misses Coats and Skirts and have won the distinction through- I, |fine. .von'. rte
; have the whole United Slates of - -.
ten bolts all of which oul- being - c..It
been Colors Blue Pink Cream Coat-Suits. 25 called the CLOTIIES BLAUIIFUL. .
cut : per Ratine Linen. Linene Pique, and Silk Sox ,
and White All of this is regular Percale 25' discount on these. We are going to include some of these ra
;
I, this sale v19c cent discount. < Beauties this Great Sacrifice Sale ad
25c. - - In 11..1'1".1. u.or.lI1tt.ed :Silk> Sox:> 75c
SEE OUR WHITE GOODS-Dimities and sell you one suit as cheap as we i grade - - - - 4ge an
Lawns. Batiste, etc. 25'L.; discount Hundreds and hundreds of yards of t could buy it by taking more than a hun- 111'io '1Il. "? \III K" fur 19c ayst

I on all. J I beautifully figured Curtain goods with HosieryIn dred at one tllneMen's.* -. .. --- -- .
i
er
-- -
-- and
I Ian or Cream background figured I
Lawns I in [Blown and Green. 5 cen4s a yard I this department we are sure thatwe ShoesHanan Ii i Men's Shirts he
and 25 !Never; before has that cannot be
Hundreds of yards of figured Lawns up to cents. are offering something
ul
if such an offer been made. be duplicated Ladies' Silk Holeproof $6.00 grade $4.50 $1 I.it') !,
will be sacrificed to you just t as they now --penal beautiful patterns, all off
-- --- - 75c
i'' Now the $1.00 grade now - - Florsheim- l toKoal .
t were not in season is time - - $1.10
: to wear Lawns. and NOW is the time Baby Caps This 5.00 grade now - 425:> $J.(00)() liesl dollar! shirt in town for 75c
to BUY 12'' 2<- Lawns both figured SPECIAL-We have a lot of hosiery W. L Douglass r"< :Shuts to KO at - 40eI
,o and striped. to sell at"- 9c per yd. I Sale10 18 33 that we are going to sell for FIVE 4.50 grade now - 3.75 -- ---- --:::..-=--
' All lOc La-wns will: go al' 7c CENTS A PAIR. Also are offeringour 4.00 grade now - 3.25 I
SOc grade of Ladies Hosiery 3.50 grade 2.75 Big lot of Men's
r Do not mm this opportunity and 49 cents. Theyare now - -
39c I
for - - - - 3.00 grade now - 2.25
:f Table Linen of lace and embroidery I I Other Brands- Socks to go for 5 f
Sale going to 2.50 grade now - 1.90
74c During this we are
$1.00 grade
h - - I
.55 grade - - 40c v gise 12 dozen Shirt Buttons for 5 cents. i,I 1.50 grade now - 1.20 cents a pair.t .

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