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: August 1, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00605
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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[ BOARD OF TRADE lions have been fully and respectfully-j JI i

I answered, |Rnd in each instance W. Meiklejon and wife and Frank '
a reply -!
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,\ Vans Agnew who REAL ESTATE MEN '
wSAYS has been received that conditions _,_ ...tII returned here Mon
BULL DOGS I here day after spending three weeks cruising I
appeared to fill the bill exactly, 1 Will Publish' State Laws '
and that from here to the Gulf. .
they
were ready to come at FORM TEMPORARY .
once and begin the work of Both Mr. Meiklejon and Mr. Vans
erecting'the In Next
MUST BE Week's IssueThe I .
MUZZLED I buildings and installing the ma ,, Agnew are not in the least the worse ;
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chinery, that Is, they were ready justas for wear from their trip, and say they | ORGANIZATION

soon as we provided all the Valley Gazette being the official organ of Osceola i had a most enjoyable time, extending

tJR) KEPT OFF THE STREETS necessary as well as the ground money and'I county, its issue of August Slh will contain the laws pasted i I their cruise out into the Gulf for some ,. '"

entered into miles. They are both men of extensive
t' profits A gentleman contract of to that divide calibio t1 I at the last session of the Legislature. The law proriues travel, having visited many parts MEETING WAS WELL ATTENDED ':

REQUEST WILL BE PRESENTED from somewhere out west appeared in that a copy be mailed to every registered roter in the I' of the world, and are well qualifiedto 1 '

TO CITY COUNCIL BY CHAIRMAN letter form Ii couple of weeks ago and county, and while a large majority of the voters in Osceola ( pleasures speak of to hardship be to be'met and OBJECT OF EXCHANGE IS TO ,
stated he could enjoyed on water "
make old .
OF COMMITTEE ON out of pine stumps, pine any knots of thing anything county are already subscribers to the Valley Gazette, there coui.sc" When asked as to the conveniences -' PROMOTE! BETTER UNDER- ?I' "

MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS : or inconveriences of the STANDING AMONG THOSE ;
else with pine prefixed thereto, are come'who as a rule do not take any paper. The fact route '
: and wanted to know if we had such ;! from here to Fort Myers, they sal.I ENGAGED IN TilE !

things in this neighborhood Our that next week's issue will go, practically, into every house I that it was equalled by few and excelled ; BUSINESS. \

in the makes it by none they had traveled over .z 5 f
secietary and chairman of manufactories county an exceptionally good opportunity
There was considerable business I or heard of; that "

I transacted at the meeting( of the Boardof that there committee were wrote millions the gentleman of pine', for our merchants to let the people know what they have I stacles were encountered practically, and no splendid obI -I II I Following up a movement started fJ' '

Trade Monday night, and the at- stumps here, pine knots by the to sell by inserting an advertisement in its columns. As camping places could be found at at a special meeting of the Board of

tendance was above the average, which I almost any place along the Trade held the
lion bil'I'I route. 21st
and
pine cones by the I we are satisfied that a large number of .our business on representatives
demonstrates that our people haveat all so full of pitch they were stuck men Froni( the very extensive acquain of the majority of Kissimmee'..

last awakened to the great work together, and everybody In this section I'! will take advantage of this unusual opportunity, we ask tance both gentlemen have with people real estate firms held a meeting last

the board is doing toward building up carried a bunch of nice fat rosin that they furnish copy for their advertisement as soon as | in the North and Canada, and even Monday for the purpose of organizinga

and making still more prosperous this around in his pocket to use for kind- i across the big water, it is safe to as- real estate exchange In this city. .
and possible, as we will print a large number of extra copies of sume that who '
city county. ling in building fires Quickly the reply many come here this The meeting was called to order by

A matter that is of more than pass; came hack: "Now, all you people i I that edition, which will necessitate much extra work. winter will be induced to make thetrip. II. M. Breaker, who stated the object '

ing, interest, and one that mqt:' general there have to do is furnish the money. I of the gathering," and temporary officers ;

4 approval, was the prohibiting of hull the ground and everything else thatit I' '- were elected, H, M. flraakarchairman - .. ,

dogs running at large without being, requires real money to buy and we'll - MRS. A. JOHNSON and J. M.:Taylor, secretary, '...

l muzzled This question was present come down and begin operations and ,I to serve until another meeting is held, !\ ,

..**1 by N C Bryan, that gentleman say- trill allow you one-half the profits (ifthere ; Carson Cattle Co. ENTERTAINS LADIES which has been called for next Wednesday I '
that dAg. ) almost
ing a fight was an are any), but of course we will '. rz.

every day occurrence around his place have full charge of the business." And I I The meeting last Monday was :well I I

: of business, and that in his opinion, of course there wouldn't be any profits, Purchase WITH A RECEPTION IN THE PARLORS attended, and the matter of organis

unlesf. an ordinancewas pas ed toke..p not when these gentlemen. got through Lesley Cattle OF THE GRAYSTONE ing an exchange for this city was discussed :

such clogs off the streets, that 'paying wages and expenses. YESTERDA thoroughly. Copies of printed "

; serious results would some day foi The peoplf of kisHimmee are noted I AFTERNOON. matter used in St. Petersburg. were on ,

; low for a man would fight a:< ejuiek throughout the land hand and the by-laws of that I '
for organization
their extreme : I\\RL\K IHOrSAM: ) HEAD IN: ('LI;DED IN;'; THE DEAL TO .
for his dog as he would for his child lIberalIty and hospitality, but when a I -- BE The reception given by Mrs Andrew were read, which explained the \

This idea was concurred in by many little two.by-four promoter attempts I Ito UNDER MANAGEMENT! : OF C. .t. ARSON., JR. Johnson at the Gi'ay stone hotel Thursday .manner in which real estate is handled \ 4

pre enl, especially I II I. (lay Stanford, work them for good things, it just I -- afternoon to the Ladies Aid So- by exchanges. :i "

_i.. who said he owned a dog, half-breed makes their hair stand up like the I It requires but little time and exertion daughter at his home on ciety of the Presbyterian church was The main object of the exchange t ,

though he was, that he didn't want bustles on the hack of a razor-back I Sunday even largely attended and full of enthus-, will be to handle all the property that ''t.' ;
i to record the fact that twelve ing last. ",
anbull dog to chew There are ( is listed with the members ,
up. hog Our people have stood for a i Mr isamMrs on a more ,

othei-- ejf Mr Stanford's way of thinkIng good man)' bunco games, because they thousand head of cattle Wl'relold by purchased Lesley by the stated Carson that Cattle the 12,000 Comp Johnson proved herself a most systematic basis, the listings of each !. .

among whom is the writer, who have an abiding 'faith in the honesty one person to another, but if one would gracious hostess and received many member being listed with the exchange
ny pepiesented the number ,
\ he individually
begin, to see carmine as soon as a of mankind, but when such a caw attempt ', just stop and think for a moment oWned, but compliments on the success of the oc- and indexed under an up-to-date filing ,
of
bull dog jumps on an innocent bird none the caR ion. She was ably assisted system, that
is made to separate them from what that means, it will convince himit 8,000 head, he owned jointly with other by so any kind of property '

; dog; 01' any other inoffensive canine. H hunch of money as that tried by'' is a tremendously big thing parties, and that in the sale Mrs Porter and Miss Welch of the called for by homeseekers may be
\Wo like a lot of other people in this this pine products cluck I was included hotel! ;Mr Porter also rendered valuable found in a moment. This will also
I they are ;I I For years E 1 L. Lesley has been about fifty head of horses
.'citan' )"'I'f'dldocile, in out sane l.ady as Sam Jones' labhit, to rare :: known as the "Cattle King" of Flor- The Carson Cattle Company is service in operating a phono- enable a prospective homesceker to go ,
:'tnome-ntu and can I be )petted and caiews- up on then per- Lriaph while refreshments were being to the exchange and look all
lund legs and spit in a I I ida, and to him it is a small matterto h4ii. the strongest cdrnpany financially over )

'ed without the least harm befalling bull I I il'ig'ifaire.. sell a few thousand head, of cattle, I / that has been organized in served. The entertainment was en- property that is being offered in this
: Kis-
: the 1"11"1'i and eaiet-ser' but hull our I I.\i-ncd) with a vocal solo by Mrs. J. section and take his choice. I
I as was demonstrated here a short timeaer' simmee, as C. A, Carson, Sr., is the
t dog, and it take1al>out two seconds to W. Pientis: a piano solo by Miss Under the exchange
JAMES BUCKELS > when he shipped a train load to I I head of the State Bank, the Waters arrangementsall
:: trai ifoim us, into. a Bengal tiger and Kansas and another to Oklahoma, but & Carson Grocery Co., the Osceola Ihomason; somewhittling soloa accompanied members of the exchange will be- ,' '
tack of wild its combined, with a guitar by Mrs Geraldine come
ja < < i genuine boosters of all
PAINfULLY even to him it must have made life hardware Co., the Kissimmee Lumber proper
1hcM i I' not the least doubt hut HURT Notion"a; vocal solo by Mrs. ties offered in this section and better
look a
a fral'tion1lOre and the birds to" i
and
\ rosy the Kissimmee Telephone Co. ,
:what the 'ouncil will pass the oidinancc ( I I.. Hyatt; a piano solo by Miss Corrie feeling will therefore exist all
appear to warble a bit more sweetly, | -all large enterprises and financially Miller as
I and a recitation by Mrs. will be
interested
when the Carson : in the sale of the
.FALLS FROM I Cattle strong-while C.VA Carson
ELECTRIC Jr.
1 N, I'. Bryan, chairman of the'com- LIGHT which is grad- II. W. Boice, these performances all properties..
Ynlttee POLE AT CORNER OF RACK company composed uated last spring at the famous college being of a high order such as the cultured It is
on municipal improvements, Canon, Sr., and C. A. at Colorado planned to have a central of..

J stated that his committee, after going ANI VINE STREETS.: father and son-told hill companY-'j degreeof B. A. 'and Springs is well, Colo., with- people? of Kiasimmee alwaysput lice for the exchange of business :

exhaustively ,.Jnto the subject, decided -- take over his private stock in every way to,. take the equipped up on social occasions. where all records will ,be' kept and ", J '

.i. lecommend the placing of six head of cattle at the figure he named, I of the up management Light refreshments were served and from which office a daily' bulletin of.i',1

1101 [,,,lid he, in each of the Ii\'!' )pinks ; What came near l being a fatal acci- which figure must have been around The company. manifestly everybody enjoyed the afternoon sales made and 'of property offered '" '
headquarters of the
I I'nt ' ' Carson
t oil
ix i ui r to James Huckels in a \targe will
on
measure. be
ami otlui made.
I'oad\uy
at
i any places) the
$150,000( ( maik
Anyhow when ( attic
Company will be 'ii.
in "i. it\ f that would be i'onnient, I J. ndamoiiung when he had the mis- b the writer at Camp Ham- The splendid parlor and spacious To become a charter member of the '
-l''n > i on Wednesday he lI1od I the ,
foituneto, I fall fiom ; ()n north shore of Lake Kis-
porches of the
tin II'' ,fni' 'same to l hl' paid bthe' an electric light wl'arillg -mile thrftjust diayntone afford am- exchange it only requires that an
was a wouldn'tcome applicant -
immce, which in
is the
the center of the
I 1'01. at t coiner of Black iind Vine ple fajliticifor such
cit II, ri" OI1lI1l"IHlulloll' heart I off, although he stated. the smile "flora I on which this gatherings and shall have secured a city license -
\ ''I.i "i un,.d I in l h\' the )Jinan t and -tic I 'c tlanus- I was clue to the immense herd the lmn'7c' ft out Luke Tohopckaliga and been doing a realty business.
ilM .1 de appearanceof a new ,1'1',1)1)1 ) )") cat tie range ..
[/II' in WHS' instrinte-d to hl'll1/r) the eMit lemembei r any too was ideal, so that natuie and art com- for the past seasons. in the city. but
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', will how the aii'ldL'nt came about, but --' Inne'd' to make this a joyous< occasion after the "
'i i i ti tiit I all"lit ion of I the (tat 'oul1..11fJl. charter is closed a membership -
l t."III/r the line'in.in foi the city, climbid and one long to be l'l'l1ll'mbl''l'd.J. .
!
'liInniinitlii :
I ling Tu.da 1 ni I Build committee will pass on the appli-
50-Ft. -
I th. pole I lc adjust Canal
> a
some slight
I i ' a""II1I'd| |, to nvisetiliition tations i in addition to requiring a city, .
, ,, lioulih, } and, the- hext thing he knew I ,tut and
i and I blaw m idc-, its WADE TUCKER ( county license, and an applicant '
I In, U I I.. \\inn had him in chaiseI .
," and' \\'n' in-tiuitid I to tisieiJ must then be recommended
'I I IIUM' who witnc'ssc-d Instead of 3O-Ft. j
the accident
Dock
,
i' ,',-! ol piloting t two buiidicil) say ENTERTAINS fRIENDS IM two members of the exchange.
I Unit I tin-) light aim broke under Buck I IN This I
'" 01 -al11"' and i" .ji..,il at the ne\t I arrangement/ that is proposed ,
<'1 weight, and he fell to the
pave- will
: eliminate of
iii't'tl Jig/ a set real estate 'r
me lit 1"low., ,st liking on his hands and \\iin .\ vii\NQILI TIlE (;.U.Y-J
\ ,
I I. Hall tin St < loud i iuib- stone is that have
'ai iaIi't'I. HOVKOOr I () 'l'ILt lE (;CETTISC THE I L VhL FltIN'f I'nOI'OSITIO\/) : dropped into
: l Inii-s ;/ IN
which evidently save-d his life, i ST ONE ON; SA1TIUI\Y I this
pi"i' .int and made, a most UI g.JII section during the winter months "
flu' otheiwise- he had fallen MOM: l'TIIINC: LIKE \ I VM.IBI: ; ; 511 %I'E.
ii plea foi the i'eiope-iation, of the. Board head I FKNI:\(. 'I..VST. and after securing some propositionsfiom
dow i II. fatal I ic-sults would have follow
H in petitioning (the, go\i'I'nmi{'lit to make* ,.d i teal estate agents while posing .

,i/(I a ,'uive\ of t the mutt fiom, t the' St .. About the biggest and most import built for less than twice as a piospeetive buyer, have proceed- \
I Hi that
'ul'I'l..d
Some
was to his home sum, FUel derive ;
pleasure
us fiom d I
Johi" I iiYI.i] i t III !L:.Si't. I lake to the c nd soona lint job the lI"a.d of Tiaek has undertaken (that II", a wharf that will to itwaim hotel lobbies to prey on
t Itmpniaiv' re' I l could be stand for making ', othc-i. fiom
. pans monej s travel, ,
i
that t tlin ?biHlies "f"t" be- comers, styling themselves
: i 'onl1"'I. Sn' ((' its oigam/ation i is the any fereat length of time IIll'W aa
lI1ad, and others fiom
is now in close
fairly ( business i-
good Attention to
r cd, hu i anil, winch' if don would ;, building of a sea wall along the water 1heonlv' : state agents This class of people -
, indilion, ,, fen,, a mair, who has been in "serious objection so far and then I their an" a few whose I do
,. ;, .Inalan I inland waterway aeioss I llu fiont, and t the-) building of a dock and uitreei to the building of I I not take out license until they
'I I lapping match with a brick such a canalI greatest pleasure. is to makeothers .
# stat I fiom( ieksomille I to lint I :'1.1'ltr -. pave- whnive-s As .tatcd ill our last i issue, I thai it will I lire forced to do so, and in most cases
me''nl, but it will The sonic- time before mteifeie with the boule happy. To I that lutlc-i i'lass bi'longs when
'f 111111 I is a most ('on\'inc'ing talkei., u (committee has the matter in charge vaul it is th.y fail to make a sale of some
he is abb to his intended to make along thee .1. Wade luckot
ie-sume dulies anil tin } he ,
and had In- ,ul.J"1 \\.11 in hand: 1 llu, and will make a report at an curly ntiit lake front, but that bamjuct i iI piopirty that they may be able to
II objection tenderc-d his fi'tends
and the heads' of show
,: rnaltii. was I icfell"'dl., to I the committee- i ould be I ;I a prospect, immediately begin to
easily overcome, for it the several
date.One is
a depaltnu-nts of his knock
011 t lunspol tation with inhtl'ultioll" to NEW EDEN SYRUP of the main features in the simple matter and merely detail bigcypress I every other real estate proposition '
a mill at
in Loughman
use it, be-sl. judgment i in ele-aling" with I plan of beautifying the lake front is the general plan on Saturday I, offered by other agents. .

j; the questionThe HOLDS I ITS OWN i i the building of a permanent dock and The city attorneys have 'been requested night by last himself at the, GI'ay we venture stone was to enJoyed There' was only three concerns doing .4 ,
real
committee appointed to solicit I wharves, and on that line our people ] to with the I say, a estate business that were
join committee much
in as or a little more than by and not
membi, under the new plan of paying I are somewhat divided, but by far the' working out the plans and else represented at the meet ng last ',
collating one
present, although
due >polled that they had made \Vc- had the pleasure the past week I| majority to whom we have spoken on statistics, especially I every guest Monday, and it Is believed that the
or as to the law stated it was the most delightful affair #
|. only a partial! canvass of the list' of of being presented with a can of I the subject favor the digging of a hearing on riparian rilhts'and' of their lives There committee composed of J. McPhatter, ..

: old members, hut had met with much syrup by the management of the New 'i :>0.foot wide canal instead of building : domain eminent I I hut are bosses and I). G. Wagner and J. D. Clark will .
Bosses Mr Tucker
C success, only a limited number of busijness i- Eden Plantation, located near Nar ; a wharf extending to deep water. We cannot is not only secure the names of all the firms in
I permit the opportunity the; bows but the friend of every'em the
I'any coossee', for which take this As outlined city to the preamble as set forth
nun I) inipoituncc having we meansof by one who has given to to '
pass state
again as our opinion ploje in his mammoth plant, and while
refu ,ed to puv: the Inerea-e. The 1 returning our thanks. the matter .much thought is: tJig a that the lake ill in the proposed by-laws of the organization '
I our biggest asset, and partaking of the elegant( dinner thatManager
,;': committee was instructed to continue When the cane crop on this plantation canal fifty feet wide and deep enoughto up to the present time has Porter knows This will make the exchange ,
paid well
so how
nevey f to solid
t its woik\ and bung in a tinal report at was made into syrup last fall we guarantee three feet of water at a dividend, simply because have serve, the entire from the start, and it is thought 4
we
company indulged that t
the next regulai meeting. secured a gallon, and at that time pro all times from the electric light planton failed to put it in shape for I social iileasantnes In there will be no delay in perfecting -

In this connection the president nounced it the best we ever tasted, and Ruby avenue as far out into the use boys just like great bur the orszanization_ at--_ thO'____ m..ti onn..,,.."".

that with next the syrup that came to last weekis lake to be held next Wednesday 'i
stated beginning meeting us as necessary to reach mean low ENJOYABLE I Besides'the host there

no one not being paid up would be just as good, tasted just as new and water of three feet, said canal to have TRIP I Dr. C. W. Holloway G were present, It is understood that a systematic ;
L.
Mickler
permitted to vote, and would not be ,' fresh as the previous gallon, although'I concrete side walls. The dirt excavated OVER WATER II. Sheffield, E. A. Owen G. J. campaign of advertising is to be inaugurated 1
T.
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allowed a voice in the proceedings un- | it had been put in the can seven from the canal to be placed ROUTE S. M. Crews, L. Williams Sigler, 'soon after the exchange Is

less permission is granted by a vote I months before. :' alongside and leveled, which will re- Hilton Henry Williams formed that will result in much good
Clyde
; of the Board I! When asked the reason for this i| claim a space at least thirty feet wide MADE IN MOTOR BOAT BY Rt.W. E. Brantley, E. D E. C. Hilton,,E. to the entire county.
Hogan, J. E. Deen
All '
During the past few months the syrup keeping, we were told that theI each side of the canal-sufficient for MEIKLEJON ANI WIfE AND ,I J r. real estate agents and visitors)"

Board has received communicationsfrom cane juice was boiled sufficiently toI I the building of all warehouses neces- FRANK VANS AGNEW. are requested. to be present next Wednesday

persons in different parts; of the insure the syrup against sugaring or sary for housing freight and passen- R. G. Canova, ofter a two months' evning at the Council Chamber -

country, saying they contemplated establishing -: fermenting, that not a drop of acidor gers for years to come. There is no more pleasant trip to be vacation, which he spent traveling .r( I V*At

a factory in Florida, and any other foreign substance had It has been said that this canal made by boat anywhere than from over the water route from here to E.
Key A.
been added to the syrup-just plain could be dug and walled in for Kissimmee Niemeyer and family are ,
would like tp know what advantages ten to Fort Myers, and duringthe West and fishing in Lake Tohopekaliga
pleasantly located for the
"r '
for such plant. green cane juice' properly boiled, thousand dollars, whereas a wharf few summer at ,
our city possessed a extending past years many persons have resumed his duties yesterday as Coronado where
they
/ In each instance those commumca- strained and canned. I to deep water could not be enjoyed it, but none more so than R. conductor on the Sugar Belt. handsome,: cottage. are occupyinga l'W

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> ... ""GAZETTE : FRIDAY, AUGUST .1, 1913.
'ACE THE "'
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: "O UOo..H"OOO UH
H' talked of fifty, years ago. Ice cream

THE ATLANTIC 1 FLORIDA LEADS OPEN SEASON and cake was sertd by'the hostess . .... .

I assisted by the Misses Saltzgaber and .

L OKEECHOBEE AND I OTHER STATES FOR HUNTERSNOV. I Lenore Van Duzer

__ __ At a late hour the old boy and I -Build
J -- girls depatlgd for their homes,feeling; Or :
kl' To .
>:""F\\ ; GULP RAILWAY I IN WSPHATEPRODUCES 2010 FEB' 20 that they had spent a pleasant even

K-1 ing together and realizing more fully

: : I 1---: than ever before that soon such gatherings

T TO BE BUILT BY ENGLISH MONEY 81 PER CENT THREE BUCKS, 'TWO GOBBLERSAND as would almost>only all comrades: a matter whO of were history '' / .


j .. there were close to the 70 year mark

ROAD WILL -RUN FROM TAMPA OF TOTAL AMOUNT MINED IN FIVE HUNDRED OTHER and the girls were getting gray headedbut Home i
Buy
: UNITED STATES-OUTPUT GAME BIRDS LIMIT ANY ONE it will nft'do for us to say how X.

-- TO MIAMI' AND WILL OPEN aid they are. .
DURING
I PERSON CAN KILL -
BROUGHT TO FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Messner deserve the
TERRITORY.
UP A VAST SEASON.
9461297. thanks of the Post and Circle for the

.1\ splendid entertainment given them.-
And Not Insure It
That English capital has been inter An act of the recent legislature Winden, (Neb.) Courier. ,
(By WINFIELD JONES)
ested in the Atlantic, Okeechobee and provided for the bi-ennlal appoint-
i Washington, D. C., July 23.-Phosphate -
Gulf Railway, and that construction ment by the, governor of the state I
MINISTERS
rock, which is the principal MEETMONDAY I I. To
of the line wKtr begin shortly, was the game and fish commissioner, with of-
of one of the three fertilizing
statement made by Vice President W. source fice at the capital or elsewhere in the
elements] for plant growth, % MORNINGMAP
S. Jordan, of the railway, in Tampa on necessary state, and is to receive a salary of Hook and Land
was marketed in the United States
last Thursday. Mr. Jordan, former $2,500, with an allowance of $500 a iJ7(1
last to the extent of 2,973,332tons
t mayor of Jacksonville, is u stockholderin year year for traveling and other expenses.It .
valued at $1 ,f)75,774.) .This wasa OUT I PLANS FOR SECURING : An Eel
the prpoosed line.and was eho'snvice is the duty of the game and fish
president when the articles of in slight decrease In both quantity and commissioner to enforce game and LARGER ATTENDANCE AT ,.
value compared With the figures for J -
corporation'were granted by Governor fish laws, and to appoint game and CHURCH SERVICES.
Gilchrist.: the preceding! year, but the amountof fish wardens in the various counties And Not Secure It!
phosphate rock mined was greater
chartered to assist him in the enforcement of ::
The nearlytwo
railway was than in 1911, excepting in South Caro The ministerial association of Kis-
and the builders intended said laws. The commissioner is under -
years ago lina. In Florida the increase was 3 I simmee met Monday morning at 9 i THE HOME
it the peninsula, a $4,000'bond, and the wardens CALL ON US
running across
per cent, in'Tennessee it was over I'! o'clock at the study of Dr. A. J. Holt, .
southeast from Tampa, Via under $200 bonds. The county wardenis
running per cent, and in the western phosphate I the president. There were present be- For Real Estate Bargain
( Arcadia, crossing the Caloosahatchieriver charged with the enforcement of May as quickly slip away
fields it was over 10 per cent. sides the president Messrs. A. M. Chis- ,
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above Fort Myers near LaBelle, Stocks of phosphate rock on hand I' the game and fish laws in his county holm, J. I). Sibert and W. B. Wither- By fire by-night, Farms, House,
and running south of Lake Okeechobee and may be assisted by deputy wardens I
also increased in the two main pro- spoon, and as a visitor Mr. B. A. Guy, I. Vacant; Property,
strike the east coast either at Fort and sheriffs.
ducing Southern states, Florida and a gospel worker of Jacksonville, en Or fire by day. Business Site
Lauderdale or Miami. For. Lauder- I When a fine is collected for .violation I ,
Tennessee. On the whole the indus- route to visit his father at Whittier.
of the said laws the warden is For.Rent
dale the Property
proposed by ,
was promotersin
try in the main southern phosphatefield There was a cheerful note of en- It has happened, i it may happen!
the beginning, but since that time to receive three-fourths of it if he | t Etc., Etc.
was active. ] couragemenf in the reports of all these
Miami has been making overtures in has furnished evidence responsible for I j
The production of phosphate rockin I ministers both as to the attendance BE PREPARED
the of terminal offers, for the the conviction. If he does not furnish |
way Lift for tale
Florida was 81 per cent of the en- on their services and the interest manifested r your property
<.. eastern terminus, and recent accounts such evidence he receives one-fourth
tire output of the United States. The in their congregations. At the WITH US
from Miami tend to show that of the fine, and the furnishingsuch
papers output of this state, which at the pres- person I same time it was conceded that there When It Does Happen! WE'LL PUSH IT!
the Magic City's offers stand good evidence receives one-half of the '
a !
ent time leads in he phosphate indus- was room for improvement, and there f
i chance of taken The fine.
being; up. pro- try, was with one exception, that of ; was earnest counsel for the enlargement -
moters have of Licenses for hunting the countiesare
already a right way 1911, the greatest in the history of the I I of the work and for methods to I
in the city of Tampa and also throughthe issued", from the issuance of which :
state. The quantity marketed for the deepen spirituality and quicken Godly
r territory to the east coast and a I the warden receives twenty-five cents | THE
year was 2,406,899 long tons, valuedat [ piety among the membership of the
great deal of this has been cleared. for each resident county license and ]I
$9,4il,217-a! ( slight] decline both in Ii j' churches. It was deeply felt that one
The affairs of tl3; road have been I' $1 for each residence state license,
tonnage and value compared with 1911. of the crying needs was more consis-
I at a standstill for a year and a half, Tennessee, furnished 14.2 per cent of and $3 for each non-resident state tent living among Christian people.

Ir I different reports having been sent out the phosphate, marketed in the United I license, and the remainder, less countyjudge's Rev. J. 'D. Sibert was elected vice- ArthurDonegan E.

,i at various times. One was to the effect States in 1912, the total productionof I fish fee, goes into the game and j j president of the association, and as
fund, which is created
that a Chicago syndicate was the state being 423,331: long tons, protection 1 Dr. Holt will be absent-from the city
by the act. Any resident of the '
state
i I intending taking the proposition up valued at $1,(>40,476. In South Caro- ,:, next Monday it was agreed to meet at

,l. but this was not substantiated. The Ima 131,490: long tons was marketed, may hunt in his election precinct with- the Presbyterian manse at 9 o'clock.

statement made by Mr. Jordan in this valued at $524,760(; considerable. decline out paying a license; for $1 he may I These men will go before the city

I';, city yesterday, tends to show that the compared with 1911. I, hunt anywhere in the county in whichhe I j council at an early date with a strong

promoters have the proposition on a In the Western states the productionof i lives; and for $3 he may hunt anywhere j petition in behalf of better public

jE solid basis at this time and that I in the state. A non-resident i .
something phosphate came from Idaho, Utah > | morals, looking to a more careful supervision -
i will shortly be done toward actual and Wyoming and amounted to 11,612, i i I must pay a license of $15 in each county by the council of some of the

,: construction. -long tons, a gain of 10.5 per cent compared in which he hunts; aH licenses to be public institutions. 1

The opportunity that railway following with 1911. The value of the! issued by the county judge. These ministers recognize the fact REAL ESTATE

the proposed route has, is one product increased considerable, the I| The open season is declared to be that they are thoroughly agreed on !

l that is hardly equalled in the South average price per ton being greater in' I|from November 20 to February 20, and I the most essential things pertaining I
lit
,+ today, according to commercial men 1912 than in 1911. I I j I is unlawful to kill more than two to the Kingdom of God in the world, i

and capitalists who have investigatedthe The United States Geological Sur- buck deer, or two turkey gobblers\ ortwenty I and are worrking together harmoniously AND INSURANCE

'situation.! Passing through a new vey has just published an advance (1 i quail, or twenty-five other i for the promotion of the common I

territory, rich in phosphate in Polk I, game birds in any one day, and the I
chapter from "Mineral Resource,1' |' I good of the community. II
I
.. and DeSoto counties, this territory i j 1912," by W. C. Phalon, giving, besides 1 |limit for an open season is three buck I

I i would be served with transportation i statistics of production of phosphate(', deer, five turkey gobblers and five PLANS BEING LAID I AGENCY
I hundred birds.
other
facilities direct to deep water. Southern j rock for the whole country, figures game

DeSoto county and the section the showing the production of the individual -/( There is no open season on doe, FOR THf BIG CANAL
spotted fawn hens and
turkey robins.
k railroad will pass through in Lee count states' for the last five years.

r ty, is one of the richest sections of :Tables showing imports and' exports Hawks, owls, crows, larks, butcherbirds i -

,; ,' land II the entire South. and English, sparrows are not 'Second Floor Citizens Bank
t" \I: ; ), Thousands of fertilizer materials are also given, AN INTERESTING COMMITTEE ,,
" :sfi4t, protected. It is unlawful
of of to. shoot on
acres unoccupied land are'wait- as well as the production of phosphaterock .' MEETING
OF CANAL ASSOCIATION -
or near a baited field to hunt
ing to be developed and with proper in the principal countries of the or game
transportation the birds or'game animals at night. HELD AT HOTEL.By .
territory would be- world. The phosphate industry in the I
come the truck patch of the United different states is briefly discussed, The salary and expenses of the' I Town Lots fifty We make a specialty =

States. and the author game and fish commissioner are pay- I

; .. Besides opening up an undeveloped tion of interest gives to those general engaged informa-l in able only from the game and fish protection j ( ISAAC HALL) to five hundred of all kinds
fund which is The St. Cloud Canal Association
I maintained
country" the route would save an entire the phosphate trade. | .
day to travelers from Tampa to by the Sale of hunting licenses and it met Wednesday evening in the parlorof dollars each. of Real Estate

r Miami besides I is provided that should there accumulate the St. Cloud hotel to hear Mr.
affording commercialmen Ammonia bombs
I
are being tried out
a faster trip to Key West. Miami on some of the national forests for'[ i' in that fund a sum in excess of ]Hall's report of the Kissimmee Boardof Large tracts of work and Insur-

and Tampa would both benefit to an the purpose of extinguishing forest I $5,000 such excess shall be paid into I Trade and to consider what action I J

extent that be i the school fund. to take with legard to petitioning prairie and tim Your busi-
cannot estimated, according fires. They are said .to have worked :, ance.
::
to those who have studied the well in the case of brush fires where Congrebs for preliminary survey for

k situation, and that the road would be the fire-fighters find difficulty in get- ], GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE water route between nissimmee and ber lands cheap. ness is solicited.

c a paying one withjn a short time after ting near enough to the burning area i i' Sanford via St. Cloud.

operation of trains began is universally to beat out the flames Each bomb, I I Via Lake Okeechobee and the Ever- Those present thought the best plan
exploded will extinguish fire in a cir-I I glades.i be
would to get the Boards of Trade
believed.-Arcadia News. cle of about five yards in diameter. i I
l _ j i, by boat down the Kisimmee I along the water route from Ft. Myers I TELEPHONE 246

River through Lake Okeechobee and to Jacksonville to endorse proposed

J I I I I I I 1 1 1 ,I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 I I I I I the Everglades to either Fort Myerson I preliminary survey and for each board I

the Gulf or Fort Lauderdale on I of trade to request its congressman DG.

East Coast. This is the finest inland to work for proposed canal. The plan 4 WAGNER Mgr. ii

: Can You Save : water trip irt the world. Nowhere in to petition Congress was abandoned.Mr. .

: America can wild bird and game life I Joe H. Hardin and I. S. Hall I Kissimmee Fla.

: ,I be viewed in such abundance. Write 'secretary of the association, expect to ,

17 Cens a Day? : 'I' or wire Menge Bros., Fort Myers, for I go North some time in August: which :z r. .
reservations. 23tf may result in the work being turned -: :

over to the St. Cloud Board of Trade. .

There : I PLEASA'NTUENTEnTAINED: As all the boards of trade in the ,
are many persons who could save but do not, overlookingthe
I state are associated, greater prestige ,
real value of a dime, feeling that it is not worth while. The : Last; Saturday the members of the I will be the result of St. Cloud being so J T ---- - -- -

efror which these people make is in this: it is not the amount that is : I Post and their wives and the membersof repre..ented.11'. : Hall will visit San- ,

so important in attaining a savings bank account, as it is the regularity the Circle and their husbands, ford and Jacksonville. on his return Ideal Groves
: | about fifty in number, responded to [ !
-the constant practice of depositing regularly in some reliable North to get the business men to
invitation ,
i an given by Mr. and Mrs. I Ii
j take action in the I
savings bank, regardless of what the amount may be. : i J. I B.! Messner to meet at their matter. I
cozy i No resolution has yet been adopted Hv far the !greater number of vigorous and prolific It '
17c a day, 01'$5.00 : home for an evening of social groves '
a month-- pleasure -
I representing|I : the people of St. Cloud I II the State today are the result, of
i deposited regularly every month in the Savings Department of the and to greet: once more an old I j I but such. action will be taken later, '

Citizens Bank of Kissimmee will at the end of twenty years amount : ''comrade of Mr. John McKinney andttsfe I I I probably at a mass meetinng held in I Ideal) Formulas) i
| Winslow, Washington, and' I
September. |
I. Total Mr! '. Thomas Van -Iuzer and granddaughter I and
Deposits 1200.00 :
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The committee are very much pleased ] '
I of Kissimmee, Florida. Ideal) Methods
Interest earned 632.84 at the interest hl'intaken I
.- I / by so | }
:-Mr.
I and Mrs. Van Duzer were formerly |

( 1832.84 I residents of Hoosier Valley, but I many that people Fort" and Myers expressed and themselveswell Kissimmee I: II We have been with you as growers, salesmen and manufacturers I

How caught the southern fever a few years I so much favor the water route. for over thirty years but what particularly concerns you is !
about Christmas I
time? Are
you laying. anything aside now ago and moved to the southland where
for the Christmas Holiday season? """ Mr. Van Duzer died a few short The main reason MO much interest I ) that right now we have the right materials, the right equipment and
is is of/
I being taken because the exceedingly -
i'.k If you'll 1 start that Savings Account now you will have a l5ubr months ago, and longing to see her old high freight rates. the right people to give you the '

. l' stantlal balance in our bank by Christmas time. I' home and neighbors/ once more'she The meeting adjourned until called
came back on a visit. I Right Service NOW
1 Four per cent interest paid every three months. The Messner home was beautifully by the president, J. W. Squires. .

and Send for Free Books on Florida Products.
We invite appropriately decorated with flags
r your account. I More persons make use of the national -
and bunting and a profusion of beau-
' forests in Utah than in any other
tiful flowers here and there made it state. Nearly 27 per cent of all the WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

Citizens Bank of Kissimmee look very enticing, but the extremely permits for sheep and cattle grazingon M.nufa.rur.r,of f
hot weather made the large porch the the forests are taken out in this IDEAL
state. This does not mean, however FERTILIZERS
more comfortable place to sit. Pat- that Utah carries one-fourth of alf, JACKSONVILLE
FLA.
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER riotic \tongs, recitations and short the national forest cattle and sheep;
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v talks filled in the time. Comrades it happen that many email grazing Local Agent, Waters o* Carson Grocery .
p President I
Cashier I McK nney and Morgan each told of interests make use of the' forests1
-,, there; and individual flocks and herds I Co.'I
\ :-i t 3 MIIMIIMlli'llMllllllldMIMMIIMIIMMIMM( > their trip to Gettysburg and others are greater el ",here. JL !a' I
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JULY 4TH WAS A GREAT SUCCESS, FOR WHICH WE THANK THE PEOPLE. WE I ARE .

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GOING TO PREPARE FOR YOU MORE LIBERALLY THAN EVER BEFORE : WE ARE GOING >


TO PREPARE A GREAT FEAST OF BARGAINS, AND WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO COME "; i

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Dry Goods, Lace Curtains that We sell carry at Ladies$1.00 to ready-made$14.50-Now dresses we Do not forget thatwe Ladies' Shoes ; } '

Most exceptional values will be of- are goig to let you DEDUCT 25% off are offering our Queen Quality- i, I }
Dress Goods that price whatever it may be and 3.25
f fered in this department.. $4.00 grade now - -
take the dress. Hosi- 3.50 2-75 ,
$1.00 grade grade now - -
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3.00 %.%5 :'
grade now - ,;
and Ladies' '
Creton. ery or 75 cents.BED 2.50 grade now - 1.90 '
Laces : Also a $1.50 shoe for '1.20 :
ReadytowearDepartment Floral design IOc grade now 7e SPREADS, SHEETS, BLANKETSAND Some pretty White Button Oxfords rand
Other grades reduced in the same We now arrive at that department of PILLOW CASES-ALL TO BE Pumps are included in this lot. .it.
proportion. our store in which every girl or.grownup SOLD, AT 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT. See our Special Bargain Counter. '
woman will naturally be interested.
Vallencennes. Shadow, and in fact Ladies' UnderwearLADIES' Children's Shoes ,;\.
BleachingRegular all the laces will be reduced to zero '
UNDERWEAR-In this de- Buster Brown-
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GinghamsLargest 36 in., that originally sold at pnces. partment we have an exceptional line "Resolved that we are going to ",
stock in town I2!;2C will go for - - lOc of Silk and Embroidered Drop Skirts. sell to the little boys and girls some
I2ttc' Gingham this sale 9Vae Regular 36 in Good grade for lOc will EmbroideryEmbroideryEdge Also some that are made of cheaper shoes that are not only CHEAPER but '
lOc Gingham, this sale - 8e go at this sale at - - 71/2C materials. These skirts must go regardless far better than anything they have ,.
All Calico. this sale - - 5e and Insertion and of price. ever had before."
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., All-Over will be handed over the sacri A little book is enclosed with these
Percales Unbleached Domestic fice counter almost at the price you Gentlemen'sFurnishings shoes in which is given all the adven-
suggest.Ladies'. tures of Buster Brown and Tige. '; ,
IZ'-ic Percales.many patterns 36 in wide best grade. All will go ._-!!--
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at - : 7Vzc per yd. I ;
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Second quality, but good, will go NeckwearLadies' Men's Hats '
GalateaThis for 7c per yd. A
I n the best cloth for children's Neckwear: Collars. Jabots I and Shoes Stetson High Grade- %\
rompers and play suits. Regular 18c Etc.made of Lace. Embroidery, Pique $8.00 Cow Boy this sale $6.00 ;
to go at 13c We will sell six Ratine. Also some Bulgarian i and Ladies' and 6.00 Cow Boy..this sale 4.50 }
5.00 Special Columbia 4.00
-- effects. -
SilksCutSlashedSacrificed spools of cotton or Children's Shoes 4.00 Small size dress 3.25
3.50 grade this sale 2.75
with nota silk thread for 25c

piece reserved! I Waists Men's SuitsMEN'S Men's Hats. ....
$1.00 Messaline, this sale - 74c
this sale - 35e Embroidered and Lawn some with .
.50 Silks Herald Brand :'
See what SUITS-We the best (*.v 1 :
Big lot of '$1.00 Silk as low as 69c, we Bulgarian collars. Sale price on these carry $3.00 grade'now -" -' J2JZ5Also ", '"
of Ready Made for
grade Clothing
will from 39c to $2.48.
and__ .we__ lose_ _on.u e\eryyard.__ have to offer in range up Men that we can find. These are made many others that we can.sellto "
by Schloss Bros. Co., of Baltimore you for a price.that will simply surprise i
Soisette Misses Coats and Skirts and have won the distinction throughout you. I
\lou! t ten bolt*, all of winch have the whole United States of being '.
been cut. C"I kBue.! Pink Cream Coat-Suits. 25 percent Ratine 'Linen, Linene Pique and called the CLOTHES BEAUTIFUL. Silk Sox
and VI hue All of this I is regular Percale 25'; discount on these. We are going to include some of these
25( thi ale - - - 19c : discount. Beauties in this Great Sacrifice Sale. Holeproof guaranteed Silk Sox. 75c
: SEE OUR WHITE GOODS-Dimihe I -- -- and sell you one suit as cheap as we grade - - - - 49c
<. LawnBatiMe.. etc. 25',; disCount 1 lundreds and hundreds of yards of could buy it by taking more. than a hun- All 25c sellers will. go for 19c s
on all. beautifully figured Curtain goods with HosieryIn dred at one time.Men's. .
"Ian 1 or Cream background and figured
Lawns in Brown and Green. 5 cents a yard this derailment lie are sure that Shoes Men's Shirts r
Hunciieil-, ol y.ird- of hguied Lawns and up to 25 cents. Never before has we are offering something that cannot I lanan--
v>ili: !be --.unt'.ce.i!: tea you ju-t t a< if they such- an offer been .made.- be duplicated. Ladies' Silk Holeproof $6.00 grade now - $4.50 $1.50 special beautiful patterns all +
I :$1.00 grade now - - 75c
sseiB" 11.,1! ,!n i 'UM on.\ i> the timeto Florsheim- to go at - - - $1.10 e
I awns, and/ 1\OW i is the time I Baby CapsThisSale 5.00 grade now .- 4.25 $1.00Best dollar shirt in town for 75c t;" .
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and ski'sped, to"ell at - 9c per yd. -- 10, 18, 33 we are going to sell for FIVE 4.50 grade now - 3.75
All lOc Lawns sill: go at 7c CENTS A PAIR. Also are offering '4.00 grade now - 3.25
bur 50c grade of Ladies Hosieryfor 3.50 2.75 Big lot of Men'sSocks q
Do not mi this opportunity. _. and 49 cents. Theyare grade now - I
39c
M y - - - - 3.00 grade now - 2.25
Table Linen of lace and embroidery Other Brands- to go for 5
?4c During this Sale we are going to 2.50 grade now - 1.90
$1.00.55( grade grade - - -- -- -- 40c give 12,dozen Shirt Buttons for 5 cents. 1.50 grade now - 1.20 cents a pair. M

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t?' f .. The \Postmaster General I president' I in Mobile",!This, Ala.convention, ,coincident will with beheld ,,, e Your-

the opening of the Panama Canal.

t '> ,. and,' Representative Clark,'!I I Representative Sparlcman Ii expected i ARAy ChOice'' A

'I'N.. . here tomorrow after a visit of two i \
.' home' at "";.
", weeks, to !his Tampa. '
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I NO LONGER EMBRACE WHEN THEY, :MEET.T.ALL BECAUSE ALI: 2
!Ii Captain W. C. Harlee, of Palmetto;
I j::: ""nEFUSED TO APPOINT SOME OF FRANK'S: FRIENDS' TQ I Florida, commander of the U. S. Battleship There's mighty few
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*" --- ,") -' --'--.. .-.... --, POSTOFFICEJOJUS ....._-- . .'. .!__.._.,.__ Florida, .is visiting irjends..In
'. 1 ' Washington while hia vessel' .is laid kitchens in this town.
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up in dry dock at New! York. >N *
1 : that do not owe some
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"I WINFIELD JONES. \ i
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.. ., J iI The, following Florida postmasters of their utensils to our store
tI r '--:- '--'-Washington, D. c.; July 27;=There "AdoO; llrging-McAdoo-to-establish- a I I have "been" 'appointed 'Josiah Rich- _

I. are four candidates for United States of entry at St. Joe. McAdoowas 'ard, Garden City; Ira L. Gunson, Hin- We 'have j just received anew .
Marshal for the Northern District of so much impressed with: the idea son; James Maxwell, Midway. Flor-
j enamelware that Is'
with that he asked Wilson to call on As- lot, of
Florida in Washington at present, ida postmasters have been commis- *
,..the chances for an appointment apparently sistant Secretary Curtis, who has direct sioned as folrows: George G. Seller, made extra strong for extrawear.

\ ----- '-- an far off as.they have f been charge of the customs- service and I j I,Alturas; FannieE. Brown,_Eva; Barney -
". \J for the past two months. explain the )matter to him in detail. I I L. Stephens, Jewfish; William W. "
Attorney General McRey- Curtis agreed to send an agent to St. McCall, Lake Alfred Lucy F. Banks,
I Although ; mottled exterior
nolds has asked for the resignationsof Joe to make a thorough investigation, j I Merial. It's mighty Rood looking too. With handsomely

Marshals llorr and McGourin, the and if it is found that the business of I and white lined. Made smooth as glass. Acid and taint proof '
with the port warrants the expense a sub- I
1 incumbents neither have complied I
the Attorney General's demnad, and port can be established STATE COLLEGE and easy to clean. .
talks the matter i St. Joe hack in the 30's) was a 1 dislt' '
until McKeynolds Berlin kettle a
want
with President Wilson and Secures his I thriving town of about 5,000 inhabitants I fOR WOMEN No. matter whether you happen to a ,

namingof I The town was stricken with double boiler call save you money this
thorn, we
approval to discharge -'pan, a. coffee pot or a ,

t The their four successors candidates will be are dt-fcrird George i ;\died'ellfev'r and others, many fled.of the Within inhabitants recent HOLDS ENVIABLE POSITION month. You can get any and every kitchen utensil you need; in

of le- your the town has been built up and AMONG TilE SOUTHERN SEE US.
Cuwthon AND
Ward, Maj. llarley ., every practical shape and size. CALL
Funiak Springs; Major II. I- Bethel ;at |hi'iit.exports i : millions of feet of : : COLLEGES.We .
lumber and thousands of bales of cot- I
and Col. Nat Walker
of Tallahassee, :
of Crawfordsville" It i i is doubtful ;ll ton. The absence of a customs agent I'

any of them will be appointed. Caw- there makes it necessary for ships wish to call the attention of our
thon is understood to have the endorsement : when entering and leaving to go twen- readers. to the advertisement, in an-
of Senator Bryan, and George i iI ty miles down the river and get their other column, of the Florida State Col- OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.

I Ward has the endorsement of Sena- clearance papers at Apalachicola. lege for Women. The remarkable

tor Fletcher. Neither of the others, growth of this institution ,has raisedit

as known, have the endorsements of [ Captain J. W. Wilmot, of Orlando, to an enviable position among KISSIMMEE -- FLORIDAone
the Senators.J. is a visitor here. southern colleges. The enrollmentfor ,

D. Perkins still)] seems to have the I the year ending June, 1913, reached -

call for the office of marshal in the' With the exception of the entranceof 413. -- -----
Northern District, having the endorse- i two additional candidates-J. R. The attractive features of Tallahassee ---------- ----

ment of Senator Fletcher, and the approval I Wells of Panama City, and W. H. Ma- as regards climate and healthfulness point or another established ,a

of Attorney General McRey- poles of Laurel Hill-into the contest are well known; but a new higher standard.
the situation with regard to the Ohio has just get a general fifteen
second ap- equipped )
nolds, who is his cousin. infirmary, a fully gymnas
]In the Southern District nothing pointment of U. S. Marshal for the I ium, the services of a trained nurse year age limit for boys and a sixteen
I has happened during the past few Northern District! of Florida is prac- in charge of the infirmary, and the year age Jimit for girls. New York Flower TrellisesMade
weeks to alter the prediction made tically unchanged. George Ward is I professions I service of the College has included a clause regulating agri-
still here and adding to the number of cultural labor. Massachusetts is the
P in this column some time ago that J. physician, all give assurance that the
I C. Brown of Lakeland will ultimatelybe his endorsements every day. Major health of the students is a matter of first to require employment certificatesfor
appointed. Mr. Brown came to Cawthon is also here, but nothing has care to the authorities. all workers under twenty-one and to orderof

Washington today, and is apparently transpired within the past week which'I The advantages!:! offered in the way Wisconsin forbids newspaper selling !
1 expecting something to be done in the would indicate that either candidatehad of instruction are unsurpassed. Regular I and other street trades for girls under' iron pipe

I way of discharging Marshal, llorr, so gained any marked advantage.It academic college work leading to eighteen.
that he ran be appointed.There is admitted that if Cawthon would the Bachelor's degree, and special These are not the only states in
I withdraw there would be no doubt of courses in Art, Expression, Music which the provisions of the Uniform I ARTISTIC EVERLASTING

is considerable gossip here Ward's appointment. There seems to | Home Economics, and professional Child Labor Law that most seriously

concerning the appointment of Mr. be no likelihood of Ward's withdrawing. I training{ for teachers including the affect industry are in force. Thus fifteen I DURABLE INEXPENSIVE(
I Denning as postmaster at Winter Park. As long as Ward holds on it Training School and Kindergarten, are states and the District of Colum-

+ This appointment was made on the is impossible for Cawthon to be ap- I given by specialists. The School of bia have now the eight-hour day for I
recommendation of Representative pointed, and it appears. now that as Music offers advantages unequaled workers under sixteen; thirty-two Fancy DesignsA

l L'Engle, and charges were made to- long as both hold on neither can be 1 elsewhere in the State, and in only states and the District of Columbia

{ day that Denning is a Republican.The appointed.A : a few places in the entire South. I forbid night work under sixteen; and
t Specialty
charge that he is a Republicanwas The moral tone of the institution is thirty-nine states and the District have
not brought to the attention of resolution reaffirming belief in high. The home life is carefully look- I( a general fourteen year limit below

either Senator Fletcher or Bryan the Monroe Doctrine and containing; I'' ed after and made attractive, with a which children may not be employedin I WE ARE PREPARED TO DO SUCH

I when he was recommended by indirect reference to Japan and the view to leading the young women to Industry. ,
Mexican situation has been introducedin WORK AND
I QUICKLY
L'Engle. devote themselves happily to their college "
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the House by Representative Clark. '
I work The women of
young
CHEAPLY
I The resolution calls for the abandon- I *: MORTALITY 8
wide breach between I
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There now a Florida are to be congratulated on
Clark and Post- ment of the Philippine Islands as soon I :-
'I Representative having within their own State a college -
,I master General Burleson over the unwillingness as a stable local government shall have offering the advantages the Florida > By Walt Mason +:-

of the Postmaster General I been established there and concludes: State College for Women offers. + + +++ 86 + 888 + 4.++ --oo 0 I W. B. MAKINSON CO.
.o, "In
reaffirming the Monroe Doctrinewe I
,.. to nominate men whom Clark recom- That they appreciate these opportuni- The tomb is waiting for us all, for
mends for appointment as postmasters maintain do so with the earnest desire to I ties seems to be shown by the con- every Jill and Jack, the baron in hip,.
without questioning their former political peace and friendly relations stantly increasing enrollment.
affiliations. Since Burleson with every nation on earth but we stately hall, the pauper in his shack,

took of the PcJstoffice Depart cannot permit the further extensionof the autocratic and the grand, the beau-
charge
,;
.. ; any colonization system of European A QUARTETTE Of -------"..--.
;.. ;; : ment there has been a growing sent) 'tiful, the brave; such thoughts'come
W 'N : ment against the Texan by members nations upon any of the territory CHILDREN'S fRIENDS to, me when I stand by Mr a. Pinkham's of grief or glee, to frolic and to slave; deny the poor' appeal for aid? Go .
: '" 1' I of Congress over interference by Bur of this hemisphere and{ particularlyshall a little trip upon the sea whose harbor ask that man of wintry eye-the sexton '
k. leson in postmaster appointments, and we object to such colonization by grave. A few short years-or is the grave. So what's the use of with his spade. So while this

Clark has now joined the ranks of the peoples with whom the Caucasian can- maybe days, of earthly calms and buckling down with fiery, frienziedzeal earth we still infest, let's revel in good

I ._ discontented.The not and will not assimilate." i MASSACHUSETTS, NEW YORK, Storms, and then the village cows will to corner all the coin in town, to deeds; let's think less of the treasure

situation arose over the refusalof No direct reference is made to the OHIO AND WISCONSIN HAVE graze above our sleeping forms. A nail each plunk and wheel. What i I chest, and more of human need.; and

Burleson to appoint M. L. Plymp- resolution, either to Japan or Mexico, BEST CHILI) LABOR LAWS I few short days--or maybe hours, in shall it profit us to heap our coffers 1 when at last, of honors full, we've
t ton as postmaster at Lake City, upon but its preamble strongly favors up- which man frets and fumes; the full of gold? It won't be with us laid us down and died, the world will
j Clark's recommendation. As a solace holding the Monroe Doctrine, and says mourners then will strew their flowers when we sleep down in the churchyard say: "They were all wool, and forty
to Clark Burleson agreed not to ap- that whereas this government has held Massachusetts, New York, Ohio and ) upon out misfit tombs. A little while mold. What shall it profit to I I inches wide.
Selwyn Chalker, candidate for that any interference into the affairsof Wisconsin now have the{ best child .
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r another man as postmaster. But this this hemisphere cannot be view- four states, nearly all the provisionsof ooo oo ooo 000 C

f rc .compromise did not l satisfy Clark, and ed other than as a manifestation of an the National Child Labor Commit- .
he is determined that his recommendation unfriendly disposition toward the I tee's Uniform Child Labor Law have ,
1 shall be followed with regard to United States, it is resolved that "we I been enacted and each of them has in '

i of in his hereby affirm what is known as the
postmasters
appointments --
i district, or he will leave the whole Monroe Doctrine in each and every

.. matter for Burleson to sift for him- 'allegiance essential and thereto.declare" our unfaltering I THINK THIS OVERIT . .Clinch the Bargain. .
self. There the matter stands. Clark
refuses to call on Burleson again, and The resolution was referred to the \

declines to recommend any-.more post- Foreign Affairs Committee, Which already 18 IMPORTANT AND IT COSTS With W.
W.
W.
'is a
masters until he secures the promiseof considering informally the YOU NOTHING.
resiousness of the Mexican stiuation. thousands of tiny corpuscles -
Burleson that his recommendations I There are
In your blood and when they do ring and here's
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will be followed. not do their work properly you suffer.If hoping -
There is growing indignation among Senator Fletcher has gone to New you are fcellnK bad and Ket tired
k I ISWUlO too easily, get out of breath when
members of the House against what ,- ::) UB3U3U1V; 3M1 533UJ O} 3JO.\( you lake a little extra exercise a.nd your lives will be
they term "butting in" by Burleson, sion on Agricultural Cooperation of feel that you cannot possibly hold out .1.
,.._ and threats are being made that a which he is chairman. The Commission to aching do a joints day's, work pains and In suffer the cheat from as happy as the ring ,:i

caucus of the Democratic members of landed in New York today aftera and back, It Is a sign that those tiny '
the House will be called to bring Pres- three months' tour of 14 European corpuscles In your blood. are not is .
healthy satisfactory.
\ healthy You (tan make them I
ident Wilson's attention to the matter, (countries, where agricultural cooper by taking Taylor Dent Blood Medicineand (
and demand that he do something to ation and cooperative rural banking I you owe i It0 yourself to keep

prevent the constant antagonism of was tudied.l Under direction of Sen- I, It them for ncalthy other, and This will remedy do It for has you.done C. A PHI" IT JEWELER
the House members by the Postoffice ator Fletcher the commission will Come to our store to-day and ret A. \JJlJAND OPTOMETRIST
of its a bottle and If you are not satisfied
Department. prepare a report investigations, back
I a with the result take the bottle)
which will be submitted
to Congressand and get your money. .
F,1 Representative Wilson today calledat also to the fifth annual conven- Price 11.00 the bottle.
the Treasury Department and had tion of the Southern Commercial Con- Tour own dru( ;tst recommend and
guarantee Taylor's Beat Blood Medicines
iy o a long interview with Secretary Mc- gress, of which Senator Fletcher is ask him about It. ooooooo7
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He is a nuisance because he is bore and he his on :- --
a sings song a single string until peVTple get mortalljr E n t

tired, but he's a menace because he scatters unjust criticism, breeds, dissatisfaction, chokes optimism. :. i '

I The knocker never builds, but tears down---the better the building the more active he is in its des- '

truction. ,

He never cheers---only jeers---and success is the flash of a red flag in his face., .

He never Praises---no indeed. But he never misses a chance to criticise unfairly, and is always ready \

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eternal "I told you so.

He never pushes tip hill, but puts on the brakes. Never scotches the wheel going down, but gives I ,

it a shove. .

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His stock in trade is persistency. 1 :,

He waxes fat on others' troubles. _
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He finds a hidden meaning to every worthy act, and an unworthy motive to every public spirited deed. I 1

It seems queer that a sane community should allow the knocker to do any damage, ,but he does. l .1'

People often remember the things he has said, after they had forgotten who said them. '. I 1 ),

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Don't argue with him just leave him alone. Even though his skin is like that of a pachyderm, he hates l

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If this fellow is not muzzled, he'll backbite every chance. he gets. Let's muzzle him. I w

Let's all agree that we will teach the .knocker that.there's no,place for him in Kissimmee,,'.and, ''that, ;,if, he," \

wants company, he will have to become a contributing member of the Optimist Club. I,
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Real Estate 302 Broadway _- Phone 92a 108 Broadway Dry Goods and Clothing Corner ,

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102 Broadway Hudson and Studebaker Automobiles AGENCY
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CITIZENS BANK OF I KISSIMMEE
G. B. 1'oc, Prop. Real Estate andInsuranceFraternity Up-to-date Cash Grocery ..'
Across from A. C. L.Station Hall Broadway and Midland Kissimmee, Fla. I
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H. C. STANFORD COMPANY OSCEOLA BICYCLE COMPANY
Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, Bicycles for Sale and Rent, ExpertRepairing ,
Notions 105 Broadway
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Adding Machines and Typewriters Real Estate. .
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Pool and Billiard Parlor Pianos, Organs,
Talking MachinesSewing
14 Broadway Being remodeled I and enlarged.ir I Machines

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// NELSON REALTY COMPANY Builders' Hardware, Fanning Machinery Dry Goods, Shoes and Notion
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6. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE _FRIDAY, AUGUST ::1

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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. I skilled printer' and th'a artistic makeup conscience, is largely due ,the wonder? a' few hundred copies sent abroad in ENGINEERS SAY .,',

II' of, the publication shows his hand ful spirit of enterprise which has distant states then! development began.I -

+ PUBLISHED BV'ERT FRIDAY, OFFICE'IN VALLEY GAZETTE ;.eUJLDIN. < in every column. It i is .seldom you made of the: town, one of the best in wish to congratulate you in your.

KISSIMMEE, O8CEOL.A.. COUNTY.. FLORIDA.' find a community that i is as enterprising Florida, and Which has given the effort. THE EVERGLADES -

---- -----' -- : in advertising to the world its people of the town that"faith in themselves ..In Thanksgiving sermon in the I
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W. B. HARRIS .. .. Owner advantages Is
"'- ..... .. .. ... as Kissimmee.-Polk and their community :which i is nineties I spoke of the near approach
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= S: J, TRIPLETT .;; -. .-.. --,;- -. ..---- -.-EdilorancLManagerSUBSCRIPTION County Records CAN BE- DRAINED',
:""'" essential- _ciyje! !betterment. W.. B. of a large influx of people to that t

.. .. RATES: One copy, one' year ._::..:..__-_.:.._-._____ 1 Harris' J.heowner, of the- Valley Gazette place "and ii you"willoon hav&- -_: ;
I One copy st zmonths .,- ---,-.- .75 One copy, three months. ____,.. .0 Shows Much Enterprise. is also will bean
: __: a wide-awake citizen, city of no mean dimensions that -

,4. _'._i All eoutmuntcatlon.ezceptfrOm) , our authorized correspondents must blal.ned I The last issue I of the Kissimmee keenly alive to the interests of the honor to you MUCH OFWORKDONE WASTED,
, , Valley. Gazette .
__ was
by the wrIter --- a 82-page illustrated town.
I T Her has one of the best news- I have been sorry that I sold prop-

B.Jectedrn.tte1. will not,returned_ _unless_,called for.Ent.r. Industrial edition; Twenty- paperpro) erti i1hthestate, and the erty" there-so soon. -

at the .PoBlorYlce, In KtFRIDAY." ., FIor&a$ .. ....cond.cla..... mall m&tteT.I four pages were devoted to the business Valley flazette sdeserves all the 'sue- I have always loved Kissimmee.having DISTRICT ENGINEER .OP .GEOLOGICAL '
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of
::: :: :: --0-- : :: == Kissimmee and ,
em- cess tnat has come to it, for it is been located in the farthest SURVEY GIVES ATLANTA

-I \.. AUGUST 1, ,1913. bellished half-tones.with Such nearly one hundred fine chief responsible for the fact that city south and how the farthest north PAPER INTERVIEW vON ,
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-------L-T--- shows Kissimmee i is on the map.-Alachua and in some of the intermediate places, FLORIDA., *\
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enterprise oa the of the
AN EXCEEDINGLY SENSIBLE MOVE part paper Herald. f have found none to mv I liking that
I and progressiveness on the part of : '
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seemed faireror better. ---
The following notice appeared in last week' issue of the St. Cloud the 'city. We congratulate both.- Beat in Every Way. soil, climate, fruit and vegetable land I Warren E. Hall, district engineer;; --

; Tribune : Tropical'Sun. The Illustrated Industrial edition of in rare abundance.You the United States geological survey,

"I have been requested to announce that there will be another Step in Advance of Its Gradual Strides the Kissin.fK.-e Valley Gazette is on have some of the best people on I returned to Atlanta Friday from the

meeting held at the St. Cloud Hotel on Monday evening. July 2th.h' j The Kissimmee our desk and we must say that it is earth, schools that are an honor to I Florida Everglades, where, in company

at 7:30: o'clock for all those who are interested in the *travL:>cny proud of Kissimmee Valley and Gazette is the best edited best printed, and the I any state or condition of people. I with E. T Perkins. M. O. Leigh-
Kissimmeeis
culture. It i is highly important that the order for plants should be deservedly proud of the best made up edition of its kind we There is no one of your people migrating 'ton and .sham Randolph, he made "-

placed as early as possible as late orders may delay you in getting which has been so instrumental newspaper in ever had the pleasure of reading.- to other states or countries.You survey to determine the feasibility of

plants for some weeks. At this meeting the order will be made up. bringing to the fore the merits of Eau Gallic Record. can find nothing better. draining the. great swamps.

Come with your mind prepared. as to variety and number of plants a Yours truly, :Mr. Hall is'pleased with the resultof
most
inviting section of the .
most in- :! Greatest
Booster lie Ever Saw.
A will have to the order the the investigation and declared to aicporur
i you want. part payment accompany ; in RKV. HKNRY HICKMuch (
viting state the Union. The handsome I I I The Kissimmee
I remainder when plants are shipped. This is the rule of the nursery- Valley Gazette was for the Atlanta Georgianthat
twenty-four page issue of the I a beauty last week. It was profusely !\ To Instruct and Interest I Him
r men. Don't forget the date July it will be possible fo reclaim most
28th."P.. Rothrock." Valley Gazette, of last week was 'illustrated as well as full of valuable On Every Page. water-covered
the area.
uf
t only a step in advance of its gradual information. S. J. Triplett is one of Franklin, Pa., July :21 1 191:5.: 1 said Mr. Hall "hun-
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A most sensible act on the part of our neighbors in St. Cloud. and one strides. It speaks well alike for proprietor the best newspaper men in the state. Editor Ki.ssimmee'alhv Gazette; dreds of miles in the Ever-
equare
I that could be followed with much profit by our people Here. There is no W. B. Harris, for editor S. J. i His thorough knowledge of newspaper Kissimmee, Fla. : glades where no white man has ever

i question but what the soil in and around Kissimmee is peculiarly adapted to Triplett, and for Kissimmee.-St. I I' work, and his ability as a writer, Dear Sir: Enclosed please] find set foot. I predict that just as soon
Augustine Meteor.
makes him order for renewal of subscription
t a most valuable money my
the growth of strawberries. as only last season a gentleman residing on Mabbette I I man to any i la* enough money can be appropriatedand
I The issue of for the Gazette for another
paper. last week is
street gathered 384 quarts from 500 plan& which he set out the fall previous Credit to a City Many TimesLarger. of the greatest boosters we ever saw one, year. I don't remember when last judiciously used this now uaelessteriitory
lie turned into the most
I and which he sold at an average of 23 cents a quart. Also S. B. Aultman. The booster edition of the Kissimmee I and if we were not in Fort Lauderdalewe year's subscription expired My I folk can
fertile farm land.
: who Valley Gazette of last week j would start at wonder why I want to take a
operates an extensive truck garden in West Kissimmee, planted a quarter once for Kissimmee. paper "The first great task to be undertaken -
reached our desk with thirty-two ---Ft. Lauderdale S ntinel. published so far away from honw,
()f an acre in strawberries and states that his profits therefrom were greater will" be the construction of a
pages all brim full, telling of the i from away down in Central Florida.
than on any acre he planted in other vegetables except celery. It is Mr. Ault- | Will canal which will coiuiect Miami ahd
many advantages of Kissimmee and i I>o Untold Good. Say, I can't help think about and reading

man's intention to plant several acres this fall and probably his entire 80- Osceola county. The edition would be The Kissimmee Valley Gazette pub- about Florida since my lirtt visit i' Fort :Myers thus uniting the east and

acre garden will be used for that purpose in the next year or two. Strawberries a credit to a city many times the size I lished an illustrated industrial edition there last spring. Florida\ has many west coasts of Florida. This canal

I can be cultivated with little labor and expense. and the plants fruit I of Kissimmee and she should f..ell I j last week which was something to be attractions for me, especially in the will, be made navigable the for the largest
and will reduce distance between
justly proud of having such I proud of. It contained winter. 1 w'ould love ship! -
an advo- thirty-two to winter there
E here at lime when the market the North is the notch.
a in at top \ these t.wTi) points ICG miles.
I cate of her resources as the Gazette. pages filled with lovely half-tones and I must take your paper to read bout

As a large number of our people have. declared their intention to cultivate Calhoun Times. well written descriptive matter. The the country and keep in touch with '< 'l'IoimelaOfl1t' time ago made an

sirawDerries this coming season, we would suggest mm they al'once lake sleps !| i edition is calculated to do untold good its growth. I find much to instruct \': appropriation for drainage work. Sev-

to jointly purchase their plants as much money will be saved thereby and the Was a Great Taper. I II Ifor Kissimmee and all of Osceola coun- and interest me on every page, 1.0''i" .ral million dollars were spent. The

p plants will come in better condition. The Valley Gazette: will take pleasure ,I I The Kissimmee Gazette of last week I ty. The Gazette is one of Florida's please accept this" money order and work was done without due consider-

| contained 32 of I model weeklies and Bro. Harris' continue sending the ation. The man engaged jumped at
pages interesting matter j people paper to. yours
in publishing a call for such of their I
meeting our citizens at pleasure.
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should be conclusions, and as a the
| of which 24 pages were devoted to proud of him and his most t truly consequence

f -- -- : I the business life excellent Matianna work done is ]lost time and money
: : I of the city and coun- I paper. Times K. A. WILSONComing ,;
and illustrations Courier ,"".1"-.1)' spent, for the water does< not
ty of
TOO IMPORTANT A SUBJECT TO TREAT LIGHTLY I buildings, Here lo Buy. lun I the right
I farms, groves, and public men and way -
Tabor, Iowa July :lil I J ll'l'I]
| Triumph of "An of
Newspaper Art. appropriation! $40,000 has
"A South Florida builders.
editor has discovered a diabolical plot whereby community It was a great Gents.; Please .
t, p real I and like the That illustrated industrial edition : send a few copiesof Ix-en made recently for investigationalone
a Washington estate man is seeking to bring 20.000 Japs to paper 51 other papers i' the Gazette;
'of to I
me want
the some
Florida to raise oranges and vegetables on lands that are to be sold issued from this office in the year is i:: Kissimmee Gazette is receiving from that t.<> the-let none exactly what can
distrut
to them by the aforesaid real estate man. It is up to this editor to I'' a ponderous plxigger for the city of 1 I many deserved compliments frompress to paper come down and look O"'rIth as I expect lie ilomi.. ... (Our report hap gone in and

,L get W. R. Hearst and R. P. Hobson to help him put the kibosh on Kissimmee! and the county of Osceola. and public. It was a triumph object of buying the, tiioiMMi; ( ( ( ( ( will be appropriated at

the sinister scheme before it is forever too late.Pensacola News. only more sO.-Palatka News. of newspaper art and Harris and Trip Hope to hear from once)
.
lett are entitled to the highest credit you. Respectfully "One I place where the drainage work

We submit that this is not the spirit with which a State newspaper like FINE SPECIAL EDITIONWe for their work.-Tampa Tribune. I l I pie\ iousy| done pros e'd! a suetensXonu -

the Pensacola News should treat a question fraught with the possibilities of have before us a special industrial S J ELLIS Fla. ulxiut eight' miles west of

: this one. It is probable that the first objection against the Japs acquiring edition of the; Valley Gazette The recent special edition of* the I I FOIl I-audemale. -a real estate compan -

citizenship and becoming property owners in California was met with ridicule owned and published by W. B. Harris, Kissimmee Valley Gazette was one of J \ pur, ha" .d i I (l.OOO acres of land
the finest specimens pf this kind that t TALKING KISSIMMEE for $1 i an HIMThis selling
c yet it has brought about international complications which threaten to involve at Kissimmee, Fla. Mr. Harris is a has made its I : company in< (
native of Laurens, as we had occas- appearance for some this lurid at $KO l an acre."fhv .

the United States in war. Florida has a similar climate to California and ion more than once before to remark, |I j time. It was filled with excellent EI Hj1II1I!,". are about twenty.

when the Nicaraguan canal is opened vviU'be' almost as accessible to Japanese I producing a most excellent newspaper. i i: reading matter and illustrations descriptive J. Wade Tucker, who moved to Kis- I feet al'ONf sea level and the water can

immigration. With the bars down and no objection urged. there is every The industrial edition contains 32 Ii of Kissimmee and Osceola simmee last spring from lyoutfhman, be made! to run easily into the ocean.

reason to believe that within the next decade there will be a considerable pages and is profusely illustrated with county and should prove a great I where he is the principal owner in I Our scheme is to perfect a drainage
views of boost for that section. The special I the largest system in the wet and
that
influx of this section and photographsof cypress lumber mill in season an irrigating -
yellow peril to Florida and the to .
proper way prevent a I
repetition prominent citizens and the county newspaper edition always attracts a South Florida, has offered to donate system in the dry months.

t of California's experience is to begin the agitation now. If the News I officials. Editor Harris says that it great deal of attention, and it can the inside finishing of the new Methodist I The sOIl! ik rich and black and the climate -

; . is in favor of'encouraging this scheme to bring Japanese immigrants to Florida, is the largest edition ever issued by a hardly be disputed that the local paper church building that is nearing i is ideal. No malaria is found

r it should use legitimate arguments( to justify': its position and not attempt to newspaper in that city.-Laurens (S.. prepared by local people, is the completion in Kissimmee. The fin :n the center of the Everglades at Lake

. :: put! aside so serious a question with nonsensical ridkule.I I C.) Herald.. best medium of the sort that can be ishing will be done wholly in cypress Okeechobee-ra beautiful lake about

, , devised, and' that the Gazette is one and polished to a high degree, the thiijty miles square. little inlandsea
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.. -- -_ Commissioners Made Great Mistake. of the best of these everyone agrees. work costing not less than $ ,5OO. one might term it. There )ls not

The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, edited -Fort Myers Prels.'I This is a noble act on the part of Mr. a minute in the day that huge black

; i What They Think of by that live wire S. J. Triplett, Tucker.-Gainesville.Sun. bass do not jump'in the water. There

I came out last week with a finely illustrated I are hundreds of them, and as you

/ industrial edition, containing ''I KIND WORDS I The citizens of Kissimmee and St. travel about in a bout a continual
Cloud
I Our Illustrated Edition thirty-two pages, most of which,were recently held a most enthusiastic -splashing IS heard.

devoted to the business life of ICisKim- meeting for t the purpose of discussing i I "There are very few mosquitoes.
SAID ABOVT'THE the
--- and object of securing an inland I So far this
I I, mee of the city and county. The *cumna'r the temperature
value of such editions waterway from .Fort Myers to Jacksonville in the
tI as this cannot be Everglades has been cool. I
The Kissimmee Wan a Hummer. scriptive of the varied resources" of I I measured in dollars and cents, for they VALLEY GAZETTE by that section.. The meetingwas think !ic,:! degrees is the warmest day
Gazette lastweek
Valley I Osceola county and the city of Kis- | well attended, and of
keep on working for the good of the many those we had
was a hummer. It contained simmee. The ]
illustrations
which present
are county long after the I expressed their views on thepropo..d "w,. traveled
home
thirty-two pages, all well filled with 1 numerous are also above the I readers Wish All My Friends Could Have It. route many of the rivers
average have practically all and!, I
forgotten them. The Valley Gazette being tell you, I
saw
good reading matter and neatly ar- '!| in felicity of selection and in skill of j Port Richey, July 7, 1913.: of the opinion that .it would be many strangeand
and Editor of
I Triplett have Undoubtedly one ; weird sights./ We traveled in
ranged with half-tones. The Gazette I execution. The i issue cannot fail to I Mr. Triplett, the greatest things I I a
I possible for
ia meritorious and deserves I had more to do with the assist- j j combination sail and power yacht. In
the Dear Sir-If
\ sup- : accomplish good for the count "and I don't pay any atten- nee in developing the
)
: building up of the beautiful] city ofKissimmee I country adjacent I the evening, when} the
and of all moon shone
Kissimmee.Ft. tion
port patronage city.-Tampa Times. to your I little] notice for dues send by getting better
than any other factor and transportation j !blight, we sat
Meade Leader. ] me the amount and I will remit. I and rates. This is I III our boat and fished.I .
I when the county commissioners of Os- /indeed a great op. I I aught/ !bass
find many as large as seven
Smart, too much good information in
Up-to-the-Minute for
City. i ceola portumty, ( ) it must be admitted that
I county failed to make an I pounds and shot
appropriation a number of alliga'
A Credit to Kisnimmee After your paper to let it drop. I wish I t there is: an
looking the handsomei .
opportunity und
over
to circulate the us already tors one ,
Valley I twelve
I over feet
The Valley Gazette, our neighbor ;j i illustrated industrial edition of the Gazette in northern states it made the was able to send it to all my friends. stated, the !board of 'trade of His in lengthescaped
across the way. brought out I I Very truly '(this jaws were large enough
a yoursII. city ha'aJre'd
very I Valley Gazette(; of Kipsimmee issued I greatest mistake of its sessions. Editor to cooperate! with II to take a calf in his
fine special edition last week. It. NICKS. 'hoards mouth.
There [ .July IHth, we are noflnclined] to extend I TripleU has devoted his time and interested' in the projeit, which i "I 1 enjoyed> the
were thirty-two of it ---- if trip every minute
well written 1
pages properly
I
send flowers! presented will ,
sympathy the
or to I
to the I
energy upbuilding of the town i I sn.r or and can,
MUM Have
It to I'oxled.New positively that
Keep
and printed and handsomely illus- I 'later !become say golden op
citizens of that progressive/ city. I community and a reality, w hen) all who
trated. W. I B.) (Collins, a specialist !' paper burning the I York July :2.rd:! 111! IS.MJ : have had "Ol'tllllltatld, fabulous wealth await
in
TIll'don't. need 1 anything of the kind, midnight oil! any hand III its fuilherance I Iwill
/ on
occasions we'llI I j '
this line of work, gathered the mater- '1 many -. S. J. Triplett, Mgr., Kissjmmee, ha"U'h., .. investment III the Kverglades; of Flor-
I. We have for some time had a good I I venture to say.' If the citizens of that 1 I Fla. to f,'<:1) that t they i! i ida Tanipii Times
:
ial and solicited the patronage, and dul l I : ha\ e. done
opinion of liot'h, Kissimmee and the'' I territory do not; appreciate his efforts I something/ woitli while anil,;,
,, Dear ] -
Triplett How do --
his work excellently. The publication I Villiuutt.. ; .., but have you imagine for t the good of humanity, -
we a better' | they are an unappreciative; lot. Would Let there We arc, exceedingly
I to with glad to
me keep hustling Kissimmee learn
was a credit to the'alley Gazetteplant ; vip I !Ii('
one now. The many handsome half-I I there ,,,,It. many more Tripletts in no resting until tii.", att.r, has !| I Hint) our friend I
and to the town of Kissimmee.Osceola I and to )keep posted on the affairs!' I b taken letheringten is< reap-
tones certainly show Kissimmee to L... Flol'lda.Zolfo : M-n up in\ earnest by the ' .,
Journal. .| Springs Truth.Responsible of the world unless I get the Gazette'each ; pioper! 1111-: a little of th.. reward he has so
smart. up-to-the-minute and 1 authoritiesand i even then, .
city wei ---- week ? I keep h. 'Mistly i-i.i-n ,/l. Those most excellent
1 t. i don't wonder that the Valley Gazette; for Kissimmee Being on I hmd! the movement, until (lie work is ''papers, the News and
Up to this
Telegram
A writing for are
Very Creditable Issue. your I issue | '
is proud of the the accomplished l-'oit .
i place Kissimmee Map. I Ii | Myeis Tress. j I to I.. issued from
r The Kissimmee last week has not reached me a three-story brick
Valley Gazette yet.Can't
came I; should! be proud of th'all. Gazette; We are I in of I all t heir
I i receip.t) a of the own Jt I
4 (
to our table in illustrated form lastweek copy you send it to me, und also for With, liberal /goveinment I i is men like Hether-
i as th.al'e few weekly; *>rsanywhere special industrial edition appropriaI i 'mgton, ,
ncwspa| of the Kisj / who have,
the made
t an edition of twenty-four p esrepre".ntinl next two weeks in the wrappers t lions for I improving the Kissimmeeand i Florida thegientest

t.r (' Ihl'811..d business industries ulate Kditor that equal it. We I'ongrat-j'I'j'I simmee" Valley], Gazette; issued last enclosed. I am going to the mountains ('aoo.sahatchie) } nvers, which drum,l ,, I : t .tasti'| ,III the Union and he is
i Tuplett and
\\.k.
"''' I It contains ::12 and entitled' lo
of Osceola county. It was a I ris t the'excellentoik pages is a to hunt for, an appetite. Lake (Okeerhobce, it begins, to look II printing office building
on i \ they have line t.i'i'
\c-ry J presentation of the attractions Your editorial the us if Uncle Sam stories high and a private dwelling
$ very creditable issue and will no doubt done. It will be on Japs seemedto I intends to come to thereticf -
wolth t many thousands of one of the most beautiful and III I tlie
t I have the rounds. of the middle! of a forty-acre lot.
of material One of
prove benefit in placing gone the state in the
of great work
., dollars to the people of Km.iiniii1ee. attractive, towns in the state. The I
f the advahtages of Kissimmee and .- :Melbourne Time" 'I I edition i is big real estate men here told me he of reclaiming the )Kvergla.les.; Kx-; -
ceola county before the host of os-// I illustrated :\with nearly a had read it and had it copied in one I change.W "It is likely that Kissimmee' will j
hundred
}half-tones furnish
\. pectors and tourists who will Was Beautiful showing scenes\ in of the papers he takes. a candidate for Congress from
to Itehold.
: g Florida the ensuing season.-Manatee I I The last issue of the Kissimmee II and around Kissimmee. The editorof With best wishes, I remain very (;. Ilankins- of Kissimmeo has I the Fourth District. It is time that
L the
Herald is secured the KiH.simmee
--. particularly interested contract for I :
: River Journal. Valley Gazette truly yours, furnishing the was heard from politically,
beautiful] ,
4:L. j .',,." I was to behold ''In this paper by reason of the fact J. M. WILSON fixtures for the new People's] Hank for politicians are numerous in that
:- ,. a piece of art seldom equalled" in ,! that he was editor of the Vallev-Ga- Jr. which is to open in Miami the )bailiwick."
first -Orlando
I of Sentinel.
a1 What's
Few Have Equaled None its class.
; Surpassed. It contains
thirty-two pages I zette for several months prior to Years Ago Predicted Kitutimmee's August.-Tampa Tribune. the answer, Joe ? If he is well
Among the numerous special editions devoted quali
to descriptive I
write-ups of tlie re-j
lied
f t moving to Gainesville. He both Wonderful Growth. and
of state that have Kissimmee The Shaker worthy, we are for him. -
papers valley Colony of
ap- region with fine ceeded and Osceola
c preceded S. J. Fernandina coun-
: t t peared from time to time few half-tone Triplett thy I Fla.. July 27, 1913. ty is i opening the
pictures of of
very and MORE
scenes per- present editor, and the man who in ; Mr. W. B. Harris: .. eyes other residents SKIRTS OR NO SUNLIGHT
have equaled and none that we .now sons of prominence. It is to the of
the kind possibility
) ofa largely responsible for the high stand- Dear Sir: I am no longer large profits Boulder! Colo., July 20.-The advent .J
recall have surpassed that of the Kissimmee publication which will at a prop- there in growing pineapples of
once attract ing which the an indus- diaphanous
has
paper 'attained. in
erty
owner with
your city, but I assure gowns tourists has
I: Valley Gazette which came the attention of capitalists and "Trip" is live try heretofore neglected. 'The Shakers caused
a wire, and can be depended you I would like to be. I wish to Boulder officials to rule that
out recently. It contains thirty-two the profits of Osceola ) Ray have made quite
; county will he to a success of the those
upon make I wearing
things that them
come to regard the growth of Kissimmeeand must walk on the
i,\ ) pages filled with the usualcor rather far in excess of the amounts paid! to' pass. To his everlasting boosting and your adjacent industry on poor land near Kissimmee shady side of the street. 1

j jthe unusual in this instance, for it is I' the Valley Gazette for advertisements boasting about Kissimmee sometimes wholly due to country I think is II and are now marketing; large and luscious I I

: exceptionally well written-matter de- therein. Mr. Triplett, the editor, is n at the cost of a serious strain upon his prise. When you your succeeded personal in getting enter the East pines Coast.as fine as any grown on planting France trees has pent $35,000,000 in '. ( I

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i I .. important streams.It j I

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FRIDAY AUGUST
1, 1913., _
-: .. THE KISSIMMEE'' VALLEY .GAZETTE PACE '7. .
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THE USSUUMLfi: ; .
VALLEY
GAZETTE: ,:
Prosecuting Attorney H. D.. Geiger The Misses J\.

Telephone, No. 11. has installed a dicUpHone in his office at Orlando] one Thomason day this visited week.. 'friends A 'GIGANTIC ADVERTISING DOUBLE WEDDING .


Published Every Friday By Dr. and Mrs W L Wlnn and S. B. '
Thrown
Mr Aultman was a business vis SUNDAY MORNING Money Away
W. a HARRIS. and Mrs. J. McPhatter mot red over itor'to Orlando this week. PLAN FOR ,t 1
to Mount Dora '
Wednesday .. Keeps many people hard at ,
C. P. Garrett '
left Sunday for a brief
Mrs. E. F. Collier and daughter, trip .to points-in North Carolina. ALL JF E. GARDNER WEDS work to live udder the present ,.

Yleather'RepOM frytle,.... vha have spent the past ten : DORIS ETHEL CARTER ANDW. prices of the necessaries of life,

weeks with relatives] and friends in I Miss Marguerite Blackwell] is en- .r, but you\, can c'
South Carolina Joying a week's visit with friends at, H: CAULEY WE.DS

I ..Followlnjarethedaily home here Sunday, returned to. their Tampa. WOULD RUN TRAIN TO ONIE HILL. Reduce The Cost of Living f'


peratures and precipitation as. . _Sam. .Harwell j is ,I r r
,erecting four- -
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reported by the. Government I wish tb say to those who patronize I room cottage- for rent in West a- Kis- ''Y1LL.BE" CALLED very materially by not throwing

station at Kissimmee for the the mail order houses that I will compete simmee. When a popular young'man' and 'away:the"shoe.;that shows-wear-- --- ,

4 week ending July 81, 1913. with them, and you can see and BOOSTER' SPECIAL AND DIS- unite their live for better or and buying a new pair. Have

-' Max. MIn. Rain ,know what you are getting. F H. I J. T. G. Crawford, after a pleasant TRIBUTE LITERATURE worse it is pleasing to record the them looked over by our expert

: Lawson. az.U visit here with relatives, left Tuesday EVERYWHERE EN but when two young men and shoe repairer, and nine times out
Friday-s: -== '93' -76 _= for his home at Jacksonville ROUTE. young worpen commit themselves of ten we can make the old shoesas

Saturday ____ 49 .. .12 The City Council will hold its regular each other's care at one and the good as new ones, and save

Sunday u____ 94 _. ___ monthly meeting Tuesday night, Fred Bass reports the sale of two time, the editor's pleasure] is you the cost of new shoes. -

Monday nn 95 .. h. when matter/ of extreme importancewill Studebaker automobiles in this territory Leesburg, July 30.-W, L. We make a specialty of half t

Tuesday _,-- n 95 ._ be presented for their : Such an event occurred at the home
consider during the ]last week. gigantic advertising scheme for soleing, whole-soleing] rubber

t Wednesday .__ 95 __ .35 I ation. State of Florida is outlined briefly J. Z. Roberson on Sunday morning, heels, harness made to order and

Thursday _._. 95 70 '_ Geo. Ordway, wife and daughters, follows: 27th, at 10 o'clock, when Claude ;
in
fact kind of
...OOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOO H. Hammond, who moved to of Tampa, are spending the week here He is interesting the trade Gardner and Doris Ethel l Carter repaired, any
1 work in %leather goods. Come
Winter Haven from Niagara Falls]) the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. d W. II. and I ,
and all others Interested in the Cauley Onie Hill were
and what do for
just
about three see we can
-- Boone.A .
in
- years was the
ago city
development, in running an in marriage by Rev. A. J. Holt, '
+P IhII I Tuesday and paid the Valley Gazettea the church. you.
Baptist
ing special tram from Florida to ,
want ad. in the Valley Gazettewill

| | THE j most pleasant call. I,I save you many times its cost in cago and return early in September.It The marriage of Mr. 'Cauley] and A. Witz:

LOCAL FIELD A. Rosepberg, proprietor of the getting just what you want when you is proposed that this train Hill was not unexpected, as

I Greater New York Store, but who want it.Mrs. made up of Pullman cars for that know-all old dame, had

makes his headquarters at Jackson- service, and baggage or express the fact some weeks ago SHOE REPAIRINGand

ville, is spending the week here look- J. Wade Tucker, accompaniedby I for the great bulk of advertising Miss Hill came here from HARNESS WORK .

Strand wood $1.25 per strand. ing after his business interests Miss Ethel Hall, left Monday for i ter supplied from the different Fla., for a short visit with her Just back of Citizens Bank, on J

Prompt delivery within city limits. Grand Rapids; Mich., where,; they will tions of the State. Every city, the Misses Roberson, and Darlington avenue.

Phone 252, M. B. Carton. 10-tf Misses Agnes and Alice Granbury, remain until September 1st. and section in the State is to be Mr. Cauley arrived here about

who have been the guests of the I sented train. days ago from the place all
this Where same ,
B. F. Rawls of St. Cloud on
spent last Mrs. Ella Marsh and daughter,
Misses Carson and Miss Berta Bryanthe I are boards of trade and other that the old lady had woken
in Kissimmee.
Saturday Ethel of Avon Park
the weekend
past week, returned to their homeat were merciaLand industrial the truth; but only the closest THE HOUSE PARTYAT 41
guests here of their Mr.
parents,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley, Arcadia on Saturday. and Mrs. Nebraska Johnston. I'' they will send members from and members of the family I

Sunday, July 27th, a daughter. Joe Jeffords and family have returned bodies. Where there are no I wise to the fact that Mr. Gardner FOWLER PARK l.
'I Capt. J. P. Sharp, of the U. s.1 organizations there will be town Miss Carter had months before de "
S. D. Aultmar] and R. T. Butler madea from a two-weeks' visit with rela- ings and community meetings, to sail in the
boat
dredgeboat Florida, now at work deep- same across
business trip to Orlando Tuesday. tives and friends at Kingsland, Ga., ty meetingsetc.., and prominent ty .
I ening the St. Johns River in the vicin- sent.tfhia sea of life, therefore it was a sur
and Mr. Jeffords resumed his duties as zen* great Florida WILL LONG LIVE IN THE MEMORY '
ity of Sanford, last er's will be made to our people when it became "
W. II. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers clerk in the State Bank on Tuesday.Dr. spent Saturdayin Special probably
the tree people. 40-tf the city visiting his daughter, Miss at Jacksonville, and all n that their promise of faith had OF THOSE WHO WERE i,
Florrie matter from the different sections in their marriage but the 1
DeWitt T. Lightsey will close 'Sharp.The ,
FORTUNATE IN BEING
the State will be assembled there
S. D.) Decker, St. Cloud's attorney, his office here during ,the month of conveniently arranged in the was a most pleasing one, and e e

was transacting legal business here. August and spend a well earned vacation Laymen's meeting will be held or express cars so that passengers people--old, young, big and little MEMBERS OF THE ,

yesterday. visiting friends in Missouri. He Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the the train may have easy access wish both couples the longest, hap- PARTY. I
Presbyterian church, and will be led such advertising matter will
as and the most successful of lives.
will resume his practice here the first
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 by W. H. Jones. A general invitation I resent their respective sections.To The e
of September. I weddings were witnessed by
for your wood $1.25 and $2.00 per is extended the public to attend the Make Circuitous Route.It .
members of the families
and Some of people imagine the only
is that this our
strand. 7tf 11. K. Swabey has heard from C. W. service. G. F. Parker, president.Mrs. proponed train
couples took the 1 o'clock
a circuitous route, hereafter to be train way in which the summer, or even a (

E. A. Spahler and J. E. Kinlaw, Ward under date of July 14. Mr. Kenneth Butler and daughter cided upon, and that sufficient a brief honeymoon at Jackson- week in the summer, can be pleasantly
Ward sailed from New York to Ham be made all along the route for .
Mr. Gardner
prominent citizens of Taft, spent last returned Friday from a two months' Floridians to distribute the and wife returned spent, is to go to, the mountains in d
burg and traveled through Germanyto
Sunday in Kissimmee.See visit to friends and relatives in Pennsylvania ing matter, mix with the people, Tuesday and for the time being North Carolina or to Pablo Beach or
Montreux, Switzerland, where he ; ] and North Carolina. They I make speeches for Florida. It's I located at the home of W. L. Poulk some other old place where it costa

W. D.J. Sumner for designs and is now residing. great, gigantic scheme. One that I II Mabbette street, while Mr. Cauley lots
were met at Jacksonville on their return I of money and trunks full of :fine
prices of white bronze monuments, I going to fill all Florida this wife ]] i.
will spend few
statues, grave covers, headstones, etc.The The residents in and around Old by Mr. Butler. I with new visitors who have a days in At- clothes, but there is a whole big lot of '

St.' Cloud will give a grand picnic and seen the greatest winter resort in before returning to Goulds, our people who know that there are ;i
School Board will meet Tues News has been received here of the they will make their
barbecue on Thursday, August 14th, world. permanent places around Kissimmee that for real
day and transact such business as may marriage at Kansas City of W. H. The time is limited. Mr. I downright pleasure and comfort have
at which will be horseracing, dancingand
come before it. Norton and Miss Julia Margaret Ash- I must have immediate co-operation. :Mrs. Gardner came to Kissimmee' the mountains and seashore beat to t ta
music. A general invitation is
is impossible for him to take the
ton on July 15th. Mr. Norton was i a year ago from Portland Ore.
extended the public to attend, and ter by letter with pulp. tr
1\!rs. C. E. Cole returned yesterdayfrom a up
at time cashier of the is
one Citizen'sBank I d regarded as one of
a month's visit with friends in royal good time is guaranteed.The from every section of the State our most One of these places is Fowler Park, '
in this and Miss
city, Ashton
a therefore he is calling on the and charming young
different Illinois cities. Board of County Commissionerswill clerk in that institution. I pers first to aid the movement by while Mr. Gardner has lived just across the lake from Kissimmee,
it widespread circulation and the building erected there and '
Mrs. C. W. Griffin is spending a few meet in regular monthly session Geo. Sawyer returned this week ing which he hopes to reach every practically all his life, being used for hotel purposes during the

days at Orlando, 'the guest of the Monday, when a matter of extreme importance from Tifton, Ga., where he was called tion of the State. If you have a here from South Carolina by winter was the scene last week of a. '
family of S. S. Griffin. will be acted upon, that of of Trade, or other organized body parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gard-
two weeks df of
ago on account the merry a throng our young people r
properly advertising to the world the represent your town or .section when he was a mere lad. He is
serious illness of his mother who, ware e the matter as ever gathered under one roof.
immediately
Just received, the prettiest line of superior advantages of Osceola county I up junior member of the firm of :
pleased to state, is much improved. such a body or organization. If .11''I They called it_a house party, but the i
neck ties you ever put your eyes on, & Guy, which the
operates
Mr. haven't an organization call a 1 '
Sawyer resumed his duties as party didn't confine themselves to the
only 39c. F. II. Lawuon. 32.}t ing of the citizens and get busy restaurant in the city.
Sheriff and Mrs. L. II. Ingram and chief clerk at the H. C. Stanford Coon once. Get to work preparing the Mrs.. Cauley's parents reside 1 house for their fun making, for on t'
A. R. Wren of the McKoy Tuesday. at Friday there was a grand barbecue
manager little daughter, Irene, left this week vertising matter now. You are Fla., but she has been fre (
Land Co., with headquarters at Or- for a visit with relatives in North Car- to need it. visitor a in the beautiful grove surrounding the

lando, spent Tuesday here. olina. Sheriff Ingram will return in a Magruder Joiner departed Monday Mr. Martin wants to know here, being the grand- house, with that famous chef, he who
morning for Kissimmee, where he has many will take passage on his of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gard- knows
about roasted
week so, but Mrs. Ingram and Irene more beef, pos
To the Men and Boys- Call for or accepted a position with, the Kissim- I, from your section provided the rate I and is one of the most beautiful of
will upend the remainder of the sum- satisfactory. Also] the number sum and pork than any other ten men
Peter Hill underwear It is Just' fine mer, mee Drug Co. Mac has been a popular pounds of advertising matter you young women. Mr, Cauley in Florida combined-we allude to

Only 39c. .F. H. Lawsdn. 32-lt member of the youngfcr set in this sire to carry,-estimated weight. engaged in the general merchandise Jno. M. Lee-in charge of the tablede t.

'.' Z. T. Miller and G, M. Grace, of city and his many friends here wish One prominent citizen of.the at Goulds, and! is said to be hote de beef
Mrs. Burkhalter and baby have re- him suggests that it is going to require man of banquet. ;a,\
the famous "101" ranch, have been in the greatest success in his po extraordinary energy and IJ'
turned from an extended visit to relatives ] sition.-Alachua of these trains to accommodate ft. During their stay at the Park everymanner
the city this week to for the Herald.
in Schnectady, N. Y. arrange I people who will want to go. Alright. of game was played, :from
shipment of 1000 head of cattle which ,there is passengers enough for v
I The subject at the mumble-peg to "heavy heavy
Presbyterian hangs '
trains Florida will the EVERYBODY HAS A DAY o
Little Miss Catherine Tiller was the they purchased from local l dealers a only get I "
church next Sunday will over head, and laughterwas
1 morning be"Church advertising and will only your merry
hostess at a party last Monday in hon- few weeks ago. The cattle will be grow The Cleveland Plain Dealer tells of
Administration," and at night much larger this winter. the rule of both day and night. _,
or of her ninth birthday. bhipped on August 9th, and wjll aggregate "What is Life ?" the latter being designed Martin is taking this matter conversation overheard between two I It's all over now, but there's not one
25 carloads. with file Southern girls.
Miss Mabel Hand of Sanford is the especially for the young peo- Express of the entire party but who says theywouldn't : ;
and trying; to get them to carry "When I get to be a big lady,' 'said I i
charming house guest of Miss Mad- lr K. W. Downing left Monday with ple. The musical forces of this churchare advertising matter from the of them, "I'm going to have forego the week's pleasuresfor i

eline Hill at her home at Narcoossec. us son, Ben, for St. Louis, where he being more definitely organized, sections of the State to. ]] ." a I a trip to every mountain and seal -

will place him in the hands of a and some splendid results are mani- for assemblage free of charge. j side resort in America. j
"What l I
kind of
movement will greatly increase a day? asked the
C. D. Carroll, part owner of a large specialist. Ben has been confined to fest already. A cordial invitation i is business and he is calling on such The house party consisted of Misses

turpentine still near Narcoossee, was his bed for some time with typhoid extended to the general public to attend I porations that are going to & "Why, don't you know? All sus- Mildred and Vivian Lee, Mary, Elizabeth j

transacting business here Wednesday. fever, contracted on the east coast, these services. largely in this to assist in putting i ). ladies has Days. It's when and Anne Carson, Marie Huddle- } e

I and the disease has left him in such through successfully. It is a you stun, Joe Berta Bryan, Phyllis Jarrell,
J. Roy Geiger after spending home Frank Chapman and wife recently co-operative plan and every company or do sonvethm' nice. '
state that Dr. Downing thought ,the "" Angie Makinson, the Misses
H. D. try, business and individual in Day is Granberry
brother
time here with his purchased property close to the St. Wednesday, an' the 4'rI
services of a specialist were necessaryto State will be benefited. Every and Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, with Miss
Geiger, left U.st week for his home at I Cloud canal on East Lake and will begin Day is Sunday. I III
a complete recovery. ness and individual in the State ; M. C. Bryan as chaperone, and Messrs.
Lake City. at once remodeling the old house., ,
to an influence into the plan
I put Paul K. Weaver, Howard and Edgar t-
They have two lots. At will result in of the
"Our Treasures in !Heaven, will bespoken present theyare one biggest
Sam Griffin and W. J. Jackson, I Katz, Epgene Bryan, Chas. Carson, t
I of at the Baptist church nextTaiiday staying with Rev. Kenney in the for Florida that the State has s PILLS
prominnent citizens of Orlando) ware. !; Whosoever" will old Rio Cloud pobtoffice, now known experienced. If you delay and 1 II TIIK UIAUONII HUANB. yk Jr Dr. Geiger, J. R. Geiger, Sumter
transacting business Kissimmee- last morning. section is left out it will be a :-: -.TrH[j'- :: Leitner, Lee Jarrell and the Japanese a )
1 be the Subject Sunday night. Ir) a? Rest Haven. They expect their to the State, but a greater loss to ; ,.",. ....'rS'H.TJvW. cook On
I boit kM.ett wtth Friday the party entertained
SaturdayW. Holt i is putting in his bent endeavors cur of household goods in a few days. i individual section. Act today. (; T..%. .. .,. HIwc KUAo-. \ -
I busy Think of few 'carloads of ..'", 1155Srr'I'J"roo. <"'TI'R.: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Lee, Mrs i iN
K Whvle.. of Lakeland) ,, is SMTH- to make these subjects of deep impoitunte i Much improvement and new buildings | a I ..IA..O '..1.... (,. *A B. Carson
I 1 I have been erected veitising matter for Florida being I! yean hnuwn at U t.bafMt.Al*.y lc llal.to M. Katz and C. A. Car-
Ing the week ill this s-ertion soluituiR '1 und thrilling interest The recently in that I tributrd in this manner. And SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVEKYWHERC 'on.

orders for the (Oliv.-r tjpewnter/ for 1 uniformly large congregations attest neighborhood the speeches that will be made, and Ni

which he is the agent the general Interest. Short !;services. I very fact that a Florida] I ISpecial - --
l-aac Hall, one of Peghornfore.
will make this
Strangers especially invited and every1 1 trip in I
FOR ,SAIK;-Fust tlasr. yard feine- body made wekorne |( most men and all round boosters, was northwest and through .the ]

with cedar posts, about 100 feet, to be here Monday night and delivered a state' is capital. | i

sold at > purchaser to remove At the meeting of the American most convincing argument before the k:| Working !Hard on Plan.
/.J price Mr. :Martin, who is well
fence. J. M. Lee. :'-.-f Woman's League Monday afternoon I Board of Trade in favor of asking the I throughout the State under the "Iutton'sSpecial"

Mis L. C. Smith tendered her government to connect the St. Johns I ary name of "Peter Stanley" is'! 1 ,

Dr. Sibert's subject for Sunnday will nation as l!resident, which resig-I river with East Lake Tohopekaliga '' ing hard on the movement and

be "Drench Not the Spirit;" at 7:10: I)luctantly; accepted, as she has made a ous inland water route from Jacksonby I' ing all the energies of his office Shoes for Men
Aside Every; Wp.Kht. I I i (''equipment at l.eet-bur into the j
p. m., "La> ing most efficient! officer. It was also (canal which would make a continu-
is not financially able to meet
extended to all I
A cordial invitation is derided to adjourn the meetings to ville to Fort Myers on the Gulf and-''IB"' expenses the work is $3.50

to attend these services October, as many of the members Miami and Lauderdale on the Atlantic. -I] and makes the following 7 t
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proposition:
and Mrs. J. R. Smith, would be abbent from the city duringthe
Born, to Mr. lie t believes that a donation of Advanced
I Styles in New
months. A Fall Goods
next two successor to
-Saturday, July 26th, a daughter.The H. W. :Morrow, head clerk in the rents from each of the members
little Miss arrived just in timeto Mrs. Smith will be elected at the meet- I hardware house of Ross Graves, will Boards of Trade and other I| Now DisplayedWe
in October. bodies and individuals interested
in celebrating] Mr. Smith'sfiftieth ing leave
assist tomorrow for I
a twomonths'visit
the movement will enable him
to
have them
in
birthday. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh I to his old home in Ohio. Mr. his entire time to the business I| Patent Leather Button, Pat-

family left Wednes- Reese, who were recently married in. Morrow came here three years: ago on I pay the office and other ent Colt Blucher, Ruuia Tan Button Rus- 4 j
G C. Allen and There is clerk hire, stationery,
day for Port Tampa. For the past this city, will be interested in learn- a prospecting tour, and was so well ( telegrams, railroad fare and Tan Blucher, Gun Metal Button, Gun Metal

two months Mr. Allen has filled the ing that they expect to make their pleased with our city that he decidedto other expenses to be taken care Blucher, Vici Kid Blucher Plain Toe, Vici

position of conductor on the Sugar future home in Orlando, where next become a fixture, and at once pur- I But prompt response is expected Kid Congress Plain Toe. i

Monday Mr. Reese will assume the chased a home on Mabbette street and frankly asked.
Belt Railway. I A correct account of all
editorship of the South Florida Sen- Vernon avenue and entered into our and disbursements will be kept and SEE OUR WINDOW

Miss Nancy Call Bryan, who has tinel, a daily paper. Mrs. Reese was busines shfe. He stated that he still committee composed of delegates '

been the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. 'I Miss Adele Brossier, daugh- was pleased with Kissimmee, and con- the various Boards of Trade of

A. Carson, the past week, left Sundayfor I formerly ol. and Mrs. F. C. Brossier'of sidered it the best town in the South, State soon as this business is off Dutton-Harris Co. .
will be the and should hand, which committee he proposes FITTERS
his
Jacksonville, where she this city. Since their marriage they use influence while on call together for the purpose of

/ guest of her brother, U. S. Senator N. have been stopping Kissimmec. his trip to induce all his old friendsto I ganizing a State Board of Trade J

f P. Bryan. Miami Metropolis. j J follow his example. further the interests of all Florida. ,

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' AUGUST I,1913.;.
PAGESTHE KISsiwfMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, \

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j, .' DoTouKnow? LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Planting Some Forage', Crops Advertisements :

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';, ... dial much tnconTeniene aDd endless I_ Not Yet Too Late for Feed I.. I

;,,1 .. I uttering over the. body b I I Adverttae.eeSa are iBMrte* mmrr late bead at tk* rat .t nnCnta
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\ f f awed by theFeet I' Per UB. Far Blach: I._rtl...

.,, I The. pressure .of work'required j cotton profitably, even If' 'planLedatthe . . .. .. . .-.::.. :. .. .. -. -. .. ..''---1. ... I I I 1. I I I I II I II i II I I 1',1 -
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? cultivation of cotton and of late.
Fe 1 AND'TITLE ,:
f. : . planted corn is apt to crowd out at Another class of lands.available for FOR SALE. I MISCELLANEOUS.
WORK use of late-planted farm crops are
this season any consideration of what poorly drained bottoms, which It, was FOR SALE-At a bargain, motor I LOST,. -Wide gold bracelet with

V STATE BANK BLDO. are usually called .the minor crops. impracticable to use earlier in the boat "Gadfly" 30x8 V.! 15 in. draft; Greek letters ZTA engraved on ..

Yet In every system of farming that season or on Which the stand of corn 12 h. p. 4 cycle 3 cyl. engine; full either side If found return t? '

I 040000440000000040 will be permanently successful' the or cotton is so poor as to make it ad- equipment; everything: new. Terms Vivian. Lee. 24-).

t '" ,| feee with that week tire ankles easily; f..and t that ache are; I"I ItimdM1 minor crops must be-:__given .a more visable to devote these lowlands' to on' part if desired. See Saunders WADE, the tuner, Orlando. -

I and burn; feat that feel uncomfortable 40001 OH KOme--Othu-crop. at Gazette office. _
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and heavy *. lead. are aur important place than usually assigned
.1....of weak Instep, and warnlnrr THE t In choosing a forage crop for the saddle horse. Apply -j MEET roe at Klsslmmee Drug Co.
' you mu.t beware of that terrible I them on our southern farms. FOR SALE-Bay / and will drink of the beat
1 ttoo-FUt-Foof.' thatfJi' } poor uplands!,, we should almost invariably 22tf I' we get a
to E. G. Vans Agnew.
\\1 soda made. 31tf
water
> What you mistake for ManhattanHotel I The practical question now is what I' select a leguminous plant, suchas ,

mati.m' in the limb and back-the f forage crops can be planted in July the cowpea, soy bean, peanut, etc. CITY LOTS for sale. Cash or terms.
flJ Irritability that you charm to the liver \ FOR RENT.
of thaaa may coma from foot : with prospect of direct or indirect This not only for the benefit of succeeding Also bearing orange grove. G. F. .

I'.0 the.feet Reflex caUMa action pain from in the the various nvrra 4 profit. There is special need for the I crops, but also because legumes Parker. 23tf FOR RENT. OR SALE-Two-atory

1 'of..... and diiiurbi the wholo assume F l' Special Attention to planting this season of areas larger generally make a larger yield _. \ store building on Crack St. North

Deed the Traveling Public than are usually devoted to summer of valuable forage on poor land than FOR SALE-Fiv acres good land in Klssimmee. H.'C. Stanford 29-tf

t I forage crops. This is because on any of the other forage plants.In Pinedale, cleared and plowed; 4-

..." across the square from many farms unfavorable weather pre- deciding among the legumes suitable room house; fence, eta Sell outright DWELLINGS for rent opply to M.

c' A. C. L. Depot vented the planting of the usual area for late planting one is often / or trade for city property. A Tiller. .

;/1f:= .i :. K.ISSIMMEE. FLA. of corn and cotton, thus leaving more I hampered by scarcity of seed, and so bargain. Box 172, Kis immee. FOR RENT-3-room cottage in Prospect
; t toOCooOO 22tfpd i
rue I land than usual available] for summer must often plant that one of which Addition, six dollars per month.
rue' crops. For example, in one of the I the seed is -- ---
Nelson
most readily available Realty Co. 21-tf
tn
.. yoar a"en" fin firm bat elantlr nnpport the close estate, bay
...._ reliant toe b>Dnli>n of eastern counties of FOR HALF'-7o:
arotMW of tile Alabama dry whether it be or beans.
+oC H 00 H 000- cowpeas soy
ened HmnentaaDdminclM that are lotting- 1400( ) pounds,
about
w..ak-I' horse weight FOR) RENT Four-room house inI'iwdalt'
top down. .- weather in May prevented the plowingof Generally 'on poor land I would prefer
-. ...-...vrM .r0 V!>- height about I ll bands, good honest good condition $8 Seven-
fields of :
... red land. A
. for
Uflc Bad anauNBiraiiy. ,\ correct .np. About September 1 we will X many poor cowpeas hay and soy beans for
1.ea.lr..1.o., >la Thar In Uu an aboea llrht,"nbJO' aprlncr- .j I few of these were planted to cotton as hog feed provided seed of an early work or driver, kind and gentle, room house close in, ?16 per mrthuntil ,

H oivd.ve and!'worn hlrhaat all aiodlcal over tha author- I move our Bakery to new loca- Y '' late as the fifth to the middle of June, variety of the latter could be obtained. fearless of car or auto. Inquire of Nov., $20 per month through

world*who by deltht......ba d.thooeaad n raitevw -- I I' after the showers of the first part of Ipdeed, for planting this late for the Helen J. I)Dennis administrator, 1 the winter. Nelson Realty Co. 32-1
tion on Broadway and increasethe 32-Hpd
) frora lhneI Taft, Fla.
toot IroubUa lor- the month made it possible. Such production of seed it would be 'best,
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working against nature such if essential in "-"- .. . '-A.'
unreasonably not the -- -
capacity. -:- -:- -:- -:- central part of ... YYT

See windows at I late, planting of cotton on poor the gulf states, to select an early or transmits t 'phuf'r from one person -I ;'f $ $ $ $ $

I DUTTON HARRIS COMPANY hill land is certainly injudicious. Manyof medium early variety, whether the to another.( I :c: saved\ by possessing your own

these acres would! not have produced crop be cowpeas or soy beans. I The investigations of Pasteur and f home. 1 I have for sale a large

1 - Koch, made simultaneously and Independent J. bungalow, 5 rooms, plastered,
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What I a little biff is duck duck the main in in a a difference little big puddle puddle between?and a I b; THE HOME BAKERY I ALFRED BUR'BA'NK1'' IGNORANCE. IS NOT j about of each 1SMO) its other first gave satisfactory to theworld ," :{yI f... closets lot wired! I f.Ox for, 150.front lighting and ,rear flowing porches well,,


I II II f J. H. REED .. Prop. .y knowledge about the germ origin ofinfectious .f A small 5-room cottage-a
!
II I BROTHER OF THE BLISS IN THIS diseases.' Subsequent study x mudel, of neatness. Just the
II I CASE led to the identification of the organ :c: ideal for a family of-two.

I I ism,." that cause tuberculosis typhoid :f A'concrete bungalow, 5 rooms
I .c f and hath, front rear and side
ae i i r PLANT WIZZARD BUT OUR MOST ACTIVE ENEMY' fever cholera. diphthrna, 601)001.plague :1 porches, wired for lighting, deep
If you want a i and several other infectiousdiseases. well lot 105x140 fenced fine

The .identification included :> young shade trees in front yard.

BARGAIN in an:' SAYS; WE ARE NOT FARMERS NUMEROUS: POI'L'LAR AND i more or less definite k knowledge the 1'r: lot Two in :(desirable-room cottages neighborhood.on large

life histories of these germs and howtheir ). Small cash
i BUT MINERS, DEPLETING payment takes either
ORANGE GROVEor CHERISHED THEORIES:
SHATTERED
harmfulness might/ be destroyedor : ( of above.flroom.

THE FERTILITY OF BY MODERN DISCOVERIES at least abriged. '" < house on good street,
land
I to
grow I ::1
THE SOIL. : Sit foot lot and 20 acres fine fruit
1 BY NOTED Infectious diseases thrive best in :c:
< land 4 miles from railroad and
E Oranges and PHYSICIAN.lgnorpnce filthy surroundings' in impure air small growing town, $2500.

I and where living conditions bring I have also some very desirable
Grapefruitaee The following correspondence from about overcrowding./ illustrationis residences from 6 to 12

i St. Cloud, Fla., to the National Tribune ,, is the most active enemyto the outbreak of typhus fever ( not rooms at very reasonable prices,

The size of the puddle! BUCKELSM. of Washington D. C., will be human welfare moral and physical, to be confused with typhoid ) in New j also lots a and acreage. Orangegroves
read with interest by Florida farmers specialty.
that modern reformers have to meet. York City in 181W-94.! : Of the seven : -

and fruit growers: It follows that education is their most hundred cases, all but one or two occurred Ask Mrs. Summers *
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( WE: do not claim to be a big ->-O+HOOOOOOOOo.o Alfred Burbank brother of the effective weapon. Medical practice, j in the unclean, overcrowded i .O9 fmrtfi.U A...

world-famous Luther Burbank the : house section the East .
before of lower
: it was raised to the rank of a lodging - - - -
duck! And yet we are too TILLER : "
"plant wizard, and himself noted as science, was ,shrouded in awe-inspir-
_
i old in the meat business to be Real Estate a wizard in agriculture, will remove i ing mysteries; it deserved its name of Side.The germ of tuberculosis Is carriedin I TOLD INKISSIMMEE f
Agency. -
his activities from California to Flor- "
"the black art and the
early the
practitioners expectorations of the patient
styled a duckling! We are therefore ................................ ida. He has secured several hundredacres seem to have favored con- and it may be transmitted in a numberof ....

+ j I just a medium sized duck Realty bought and sold. of land in different sections of cealment of their methods, probably "ways particularly where uncleanli- 1.\ Resident. Known to all Our Reader -

in a medium sized puddle, mak- Houses rented. Florida and will thoroughly test the because their own lack of confidence; ness and ovt'rcrowding"xi"t., for in Relates an Experience

1; Taxes paid and Titles ver- soils and experiment with plants, veg- in them. such surroundings less care usually is i I -
ing a big noise about |
our
wares. etables and flowers. Mr. Burbank in Readers of the Valley Gazette have
The efforts of the taken to it.
ified for nonresidents.Fire strong profession guard against/ |
Be good come here for good speaking of Florida, its soil and pro- > been told again and again of the
Life and Accident In- I today: are toward enlightenment and In typhoid fever and cholera the in- i
ducts, in a recent address said: I merits of that reliable, time-proved
f meats and we will make goqd surance. education which means that modern fectious organism is transmitted
"I have found farmers in Florida.
kidney
Indemnity Bonds. no medical"science is. working primarilyfor through the discharge from the intestines remedy-lJoan Kidney Pills.
T: :t : .' with the goods. You all miners the fertility The
are depleting the prevention of disease. It is In diphtheria the discharge experiences told are not those of

I rl I 4(i Is of the soil. Your urgent need taking the public into its confidence from;, the nose and throat ia to be unknown persons, living far away.

'I ': la to find the right kind of plants for, by teaching the methods through feared. In'measles and scarlet fever The cases are Kissimmee cases, told

f your soil. Florida is the most back- I j,i by Kissimmee people.
which the the
greatest devastating qiI discharge from? the ears, as welt "
RULL BASS MARKET ward state agriculturally in the Union. 1 I' Z. W.
Bass
DR. WM HARPER contractor and builder
seases are spread and by showinghow as from the nose and throat, containthe ,
An immense development lies before they may be avoided or lessened. actively infectious organisms. Clyde avenue, Kissimmee Fla., says:
ORDIA BASS 1 1I OSTEOPATHSTECIALST you. I I! "My; back was so lame that I could
These
.- i The Western Union Telegraph] Company i germs are transmitted from ,
1 I - --- - "None of your Florida soil is en! :' hll/'dly/ get! around and it was impossible
'the one to another in
of person
I one largest employers of various ways;
Manager. I direly worthless, ,'but all of it is poison- I' j for
II / IN I me to stoop or lift. I had
some through the air which become
II I intelligent labor in the world, has recently '*
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I I CHRONIC DISEASES | cd
i pine tree has poisoned it-tne turpentine by a too frequent
desire
to
i.. I i CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE :1 among its employees by the issue of ing from the particular disease. This, pass the
.L.- --J I passing into the ground through ,'a monthly bulletin on health subjects includes those diseases which affec' )Kidney secretions.. Doan's Kidney

Do You Want KISSIMMEE. the root system. Your palmetto has These papers are prepared by the mucus membranes} of the breathing 1'ilN. which I procured at the Kissim-
I Ir
TUESOA VS, THUf/SDt VS SA TUKOA vs poisoned> it; perhaps other things. Idon't IJr'1 mee Drug), / ('o.,
soon removed
the
Alvah II. Doty, formerly health I or respiratory system.
: OFF CE, CENTRAL HOTEL "
'TRUCKING 1
know all the that is in it. (double, 'and 1
!poison
,,
have
now
Diseases of th.tomllch no cause for
of
the POI of New York, one of the' and iotrtinal -
r FARMING! Then he gives the remedy : complaint.' I
I leading sanitarians in the United !I tract, or the digestive system, willingly confirm m my
RANCHING: PHONE *66 - ORLANOO. FLAS.Ii.BULLOC
; "I.imeing the land will help it. Youdon't forme endorsement,
States These bulletins are sent ''such' as typhoid fever, aie induced 1 h.> of Doan's Kidney
I FRUIT need nitrogen. Sun and air will I: (Pili, and ullow
I I or through infected food. its continued publication ,
i i gratis to every employee. of the com or drink\ arul i iI
help mightily to sweeten it. Turn > ,
; Lands I II pany and are intended to increase the I.I this 'is usually [poisoned, l I.y the fly
under all the velvet beans : For
sale
I cowpeas efficiency of each ont! through care- ''bringing the organisms from the excreta by all dealers. Price SOcents.
I 'Or C'lTV PROPERTYIf K and soy l beans you ('an. and crab ira" j! of individuals] Fn t..r-\lilhuJ'n; Co. '''Buffalo
s do write I | fully prepared instruction on sanitary 'I "uff.ringfrom the ,
you me. have all .
., that class for sale. I /{ j I j I matters. I dl"eate.: I i New York, sole agents for the United
In his terse way ho condmns the .Malaria] yellow fever States.Remember.
and
s, t' Mrs. E. E. Wells i REAL ESTATE I.urmngof the wild grass and tellsw I I A recent issue of the bulletin gives plague, diseases affecting the bubonic bloo-1 '' the name-Doan'sand

i ....................... hy. I I much information about the transmission I and the take no otreh.
.
Real Estate and Insurance : j|I of infectious diseases and it has circulatory system, are ca | Adv.1: I ..itI
203 INSURANCEExamination "These constant forest (ires have ried\ by the bite of insects, the I
Broadway Phone 272 ';: large value for the general public out- fnrt
t'' r- --- | (c aused immense damage. I consider two by, that of the I
,I Sunlight and
side of the thousands for whom it mosquit'i' and the fresh air are enemies of
trees us a plant crop. By fire you last by the rat flea. ''filth and
i of Titles was originally written. I IlJr. !. if these run be turned
a
have removed the accumulation of six The danger of the fly and these upon
Doty insists that the possibility mO"1u1toI o I I breeding places, they will domuch
i to ten crops. Fire puts nothing back. j I I public health is
vastlybetter I to
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING Specialty. i iCorresoondence of the transmission of infectious diseases uppio-' bring about sanitary con
I The ash of the pine and palmetto has |, dated than it was ten years ago. All little value. Each time a fresh cover through the clothing, by touch- ,: efforts to destroy these I "The
I rapidly multiplying modern method of
Solicited. of ing objects such as car straps, the protecting;
comes it continues toI
crop up grass insects
must I the "
staiV rails in public buildings, handling necessarily lie 1 I public health, says Dr. Doty, '**
PRESSI pump fertility from the layer below I practically futile. The by
I I only effective prevention rather than
t' and each time this is burned off, fresh filthy currency and in scores of simi- campaign against them I The treatment.
DYEING "4 / must be to basis of this is
lar is cleanliness
exhaustion of soil Immense ways, so slight as to be negli- the
I I ensues. prevent their increase
REPAIRINGLeave : ''damage has been done already. gible. Numerous other popular the- their breeding places. by attacking his proper, care of one's own person, of
C.W. GRIFFINStaple Mosquitoes' asa household and the
1 ories that have been cherished by the aid he may ex
: I The following statement about Florida rule, prefer small bodies tend
of to
II others
water in this
I 1 citrus fruit will public, have been shattered by modern direction. Besides -
l word PI my house a-i'i > '''olhea 1 surprise many: discoveries. containing large amounts of decaying{ if our health is
and FancyGROERIES preserved we
will becrl/ed lor and returued "The best navel orange I have ever vegetable or organic matter, and I far better able to are
aM' 'I eaten I picked this afternoon from the "Infectious diseases" says Dr. Doty whose surfaces are but little if resist disease than
disturbed w< in
; are
! ; ; Satisfaction Gunrnntee40004009Q04004444 : I orchard of F. A. Bettes, not four miles "are transmitted directly from one by wind or other outside influences Preventive poor physical condition.

from your city. It resembles our person to another through the mediumof Filth favors the measures if practically ap-
j propogation of plied, offer
the not
-0- I Thompson navel, rather than the various discharges from the body mosquito. A thin layer of for only valuable means
I which contain infectious semi-crude improving the public health fiut
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4 Washington. germs or kerosene,
spread the will ,
over
surfaces far
of go
toward
SINGLE COPIES0- Free Delivery to all Parts. We have always held that the grapefruit organisms. These germs may also be these pools, which is easily secured tious diseases eliminating ihrW-

--0-ILLUSTRATED of the EDITION 4 ;I, of:the City; grown in Florida was the sweet- transmitted from ore person to another pouring half a pint of oil over a sur by f upon the However, success depends -
l est and the richest in the wrold. It indirectly through the mediumof face cooperation of the pub
-0- approximately
1'I'>,' of the 4 I ten feet in diame lic, anti for that
.':i; J' 0 VALLEY GAZETTE ofo .1t | grows larger in size, is better in qual- food or drink or by certain insects." ter, is sufficient to destroy the mosquito and reason it is important

'S ;!I' 0 ( are on sale at O ity and flavor than in any other sec Insects transmit disease for thereis larvae by cutting off his which necessary thafr the means by

4 y t) a a., 0x" 0 this officelOc / ++++++++++-I I'r+++ Ir+++++I ++I+ tion of the world. It is thus a grati- indisputable evidence that malaria of air when he comes to the surface supply mitted and infectious diseases are trans
4' to the
t- : fication to have one's judgment on and yellow fever carried certain breathe. This methods to be employ
, .. 0 at are by method ) ed in
j ji persistently dealing
i \r..- '. 4 I a copy THE Q RAYSTONE this approved by Mr. Burbank. In his varieties of mosquitoes, and so far as carried out is effective in diminishing properly unders with ood."them should be

'. "0 0 / address he said: has yet been discovered there are no the mosquito crop in any locality\ '

:' 4 The subscription: .price 4 i tlt "I tell you this in strict confidence. other methods by which these diseases Flies breed where there Is filth,, and

r 4 of'the 4 / Offl All nt rue :r: I I buy my grapefruit thru the winter are transmitted. Sanitarians are: well their favorite nursery is the stable. No. Six-Sixty-Six

t' VALLEY GAZETTE + from Deihl the leading in aware of the danger of the Their
grocer fly as a extermination
0 : ,
:
day-- therefore is
2.60 I If This
(i. to 3.60 per + more I..
t
fe ,' hr0 I : Santa Barbara, Cal. They cost me disease carrier. The flea that infects difficult than that of the for preacriplloQ prepared eepecfeg"
$1.50 a Year; O Special by week or month. 1 mosquito, MALARIA or
t .i' 0 75c for six: months. + I + 20 cents apiece and come from Flor the rat is a common means of carrying; but the most satisfying results Five or .i"{ dome will CHILLS break .., "EVER.

e- i ---v-l'j, ',0 I :f .. W. fHUBMAK. .lisp A. D. niTER, [p.r + ida. The conditions are ideal for producing the bubonic plague, and it has been gained by a strict observance of clean are If taken then a. a Ionic the Fever any cam will. aid

fiF n : OOOF04000000404400 +... ++++++++++++++++++++j grapefruit in your state." I, demonstrated that the body louse liness and other sanitary measures. relum.Calomel end II ecc.does onbe\ llyn better t..riot...
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.. THE KJSSIMMEE; VALLEY- GAZETTE '** / PACK/ 9.

otuotooU, 0 ouhoooou. each \ \ . 'IN "
t40 0 other tp accord Just ttiich a wel- having beep dry when\ the rains .set gO O"OO " " :' +I--VCy'I: :=:: 23aS.I. 'x: : oo TO scixoox- r.FLA.

<00' BRONSONVJLLE) come as our fagged bodies required. in, they made I'WIVKHSITY Or FLORIDA'U.I.II1. ITATit COLLEGE FOR WAMBUV .
yery'litUe In the
change
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4 v \P, 0 After partaking l of a good !strong cup surface. 0 THE HOUSEHOLD BULLY O .t..4* for beet ........._.t of ....,., con.*... of Art.Tall.ba..e and Sciences. Normal
4 tO O oooo... oo'oooo of coffee and' other refreshments '. Mr 4 01, _!.. a.4 plrit of ron. _.. 8 Col- School with Kinder g artsn Ifepartment,
felt we Owen Lanier was'a visitor on ottOO O'OOOOOO'OOo o.ooot. ..... sad .|......_Liberal Arta bawl School of Mualo Bchool of Art. School
Rex contemplated the writing up of as if we had been transferred toa Thursday and Joe Prevatt us KBorto.eorlaa-1 Aajrlmiltvmi Teoebera' of Expression, Horn XJoonomlea withKxtcnelon

I the 4th of 'July celebration, but circumstances -, new world and. that the inhabitants call during the week.,, gave' a When you* family is afraid of you, I II Collearei. IMrUleoi Km.*rl Uroooato_... ta.l Srhoel'.ai HxIOK ...ie. lion beautiful Dlvlalon.bulldlnca Beautiful and flret-claae looav

[ which will be divulged as thereof had created a special paradise Our host and hostess went'on a visitto I it's time to be afraid for your family. new brick building.' bn ld*. gymna.lum..wlmming .- equipment throughout. Includingafrra 1 -

I we proceed, will render an appropriate for our benefit The crop on this place Mrs. Clark on Thursday'and from ,' Fear breeds deceit, not -respect lary bulldlnarai pool,1 In and Faculty many and aubald-officer naelum of and the faculty swimming and pooL other 41 of flora.rnertibrn -

(explanation On Tuesday 8th 'inst. is just simply splendid; corn The household bully 'turns his *. Ill young mon from 45 Florida 411 atndents from U counties and, 30Slat.
potatoes, thence to Mr. Robert Lanier's, but the soon counties, and II atatea and foreign ...,
(accompanied by Mr. R. B. Savage, cane, etc., showing in fine style, and latter gentleman,had been invited toa wife into a hypocrite and his children last aeaalon. TaHle FTe*. Board and R.*..._
com:: .. ......_ 1114.00 For Information
the hospitality of Fr. Board and Free per rear.
withsplendid locomotive _power furnished :. these friends is unbounded birthday party and was not at home.. Into aneaU"'and liars. t+fm, fill.60 per year. .Write today for address .
by the _Mach!Bros.,_we_might .- -Every 'res<5urce-at their 'The-'ooy.--h '"killed Vvery"large Affection' Is"'a"'bett monltor-than t catalogue A...Murphreo.. President.If Il-t Edward: ... Conrad} Pre.Id.LLRollins

ave been seen moving 'out from KJsBimmee -1 command was put operation to ren: wild'cat'during absence;;'and-yesterday harshness;' : 'I

at the earliest possible hour der our stay among them both' pleas : evening they returned. from a Intolerance always Incites revolt. I

known' ,to. the Savage jurisprudence, ant succeeded.a and'} agreeable, and, they. certainly' very successful duck hunt. .The only 'family ties that hold are ] College Winter Park Fla.. J t I
,
jjeaving pie people in the land of Our Democratic-rooster has:recently _
I heart strings. '
reams, we wended our'way eastward. The business we had on hand 'was found a forbidden pea patch and,he OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN" FLORIDA.r i ,

fe had not proceeded further than I accomplished; in a manner satisfactory and his matrimonial partners are having You pride yourself on your justice, and, Industrial I
courts College, Academy, Music, Expression. Fine Art, Domestic .
to all but we can find justice in the ,
concerned I
and after .
least spending 4th of
Leghorn, or at St Cloud June- a regular July picnic everyday Aria Business, Taeehers' Course. .
|ion, before we discovered that we thnexi, day (Wednesday) with of law: ? fin :
Twelve {buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection,
ere'one of the has beens in that section -i] them, we very .reluctantly departed.: __fteportftJrom,Whittier,seem..to.:Jrt- You have no right to bandage your gymnasium ..no malaria,: quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teach-

for on crossing the railroad and [ Thursday morning again found us on dicate that their appreciation of* the eyes arid weigh" your 'own' flesh. and era of music, $5,000 organ;a-dozen piano, two glee clubs,..chorus- la... "

Baking a road that we had known two the way. This time our destination new railway was both ardent and blood upon impartial. scales. Superb new rooms for business school, equipped with every modern device;

was Henry's, a distance of about 26 full of analyst of soils, fertilizers, foods, water; preparation for. engineeringcourses.
'ears before we soon found ourselves i I' enthusiasm. About $2,000 You should be a haven of refuge, a '

ixed up among building lots, palmet- I miles. Crab and Bull creek were worth of oranges decayed on and merciful confident in the hours of er- Lakes, boating, swimming tennis, football, basket ball. i I)

fences, and many other evidences ;: found with an abundance of water in under the trees owing to lack of trans- ror and terror. Christian, but uridenomlnattonai; expenses moderate; scholarship .

civilization which were calculated them, and a washed out place or two portation. A depot established by the When the father is not the "best available. For catalogue address

mislead the rnoas-back and confuse | caused wet feet, but we landed in railroad company within one and a I friend" of his children, it.is. because William Fremont Blackmail Ph. D., LL. D, President. .

ack numbers. Patience, perseverance good shape and began to see signs of half miles from that classic city will he is their worst enemy. ------ -. *

and several' other virtures which 1! thrift and fine crops. Our welcome give them an opportunity of shipping The slums of the world, are packed I I I I h+Mi NfFOS I I I ( '

ere called into special requisition 1 here was equally enthusiastic and we the next crop. I I with women exiled to degredation by ,

ombined with a patient, law abiding j once more had the pleasure of crossing I'm not going to write" up a fresh': the false pride and relentlessness of '

nimal that had charge of the buggy (| the hospitable threshold of the es- page, so I'll just say good bye and such men as you. ORLANDO _.

:, teemed hostess. Friday, after a quit. REX. The prisons of the land are choked I-
nd its occupants, we at last found the
splendid dinner, we were once more with felons whose criminal careers be- E t
icing.oad and proceeded on our way re- i I on the road, this time crossing the new 5 fr* < < *** OOttO gan in the evasions and defaults of a BUSINESS COLLEGE

railroad and pressing onward towardsour 00 ORANGE CENTER NEWS 0 browbeaten boyhood.You I

To ;'give a description of the scenes old and honored friend, R. W. 00 0 forget that you are an adult ,

nd incidents connected with the route Simmons (Duck). We found here a "OOOO OOOOOOO.OOOOO.OOM. and demand an equal intelligence and ,

hick covered a distance of about j j repetition of what we had received realization of right and wrong from MODERN COURSES IN
fty miles, would make an article Triplett: 'It is not too late tooft'er
i! all through the trip, and our gratitude those who have neither the reasoning
oat too long for a 97 thermometer, to both that gentleman and his congratulations to you for the faculty nor the experience to see life Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation Book

we will make it as brief as pos- I!I wife for the hearty cheer and the splendid edition of the Gazette you as plainly as you behold it. keeping, Banking, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship,
issued on the 18th of July. This from
ble. We passed through a section good things with which Punishment without 'I
many they sympathetic Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and
the country with vast cattle ranges |I furnished us is unbounded. Here we Orange Center, whose people realize explanation is not correction, but re '
with creeks branches and that it was done in the interest of Kis- all branches of Civil service.
,
terspersed found the finest prospect ,that
rings which rendered the trip not I we have seen this crop year. We missedour simmee and the tributary points of venge.Girls do not prefer the hardshipsand : k
it would otherwise Kissimmee, of which we are one. Its I DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES r
disagreeable as kite-flying. Friend (Katie) HarI uncertainties of adventure unless
impossible to estimate the vast
ave been. Canoe and Jug creekere I iris was at home and greeted us kindly. the happi ess they leave behind
amount of good that will result from Teachers in Charge. Diplomas Granted and
Experienced
found to be low, and the mo\e I. g
very The new railroad i is within about 200 them is definite than that which

eaded Wolf Creek, where we are'ompell'ed I yards of Duck's house, and a depot the advertising given any place by lies ahead.? Positions Secured for Graduates.
such work and while we know that the
to wade for about a quarter is being established within less than a Boys do not betray fathers who Patronize Home Institutions.

tile, or had been at least in the' past, II mile of the? residence. A pump con- building is the paramount idea of your have taught them loyalty and self-re- 1
efforts that
also know
ks found to be dry, and we arrivedt stitutes one of the additions since my we you cannot spect.

|. Mr. M. W. Simmons' somewhat j i last visit, and the water in both quan- help Kissimmee without helping Or- The sins of your children be on your For Prices and Terms call on or address:
Center and :feel that
ange we you are
earied, but the reception that.await- tity and quality was equal to any in stubborn, unyielding heads!

us was so refreshing in its naturet the county. Business compelled us magnanimous enough to rejoice withus God gave them into your keeping, '
if efforts succeed in Orlando Business
by your we CollegeTHIRD
our spirits were revived, the to leave at an early hour the next to guide and guard and cherish-to :
whole slice of
getting a your prosperity. ,
lies of the household vieing with morning, and it was with regret that inspire with ideals, to rear in kindness I
With a hearty wish for a long
we departed therefrom. Saturday and comprehension. FLOOR PHONE 597
-
I life for the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, I 1 1r
found us on our way to the metropolis, I I Your sternness is not strength but !
under )its present management, we will HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLORIDA .
where we arrived without incident or stupidity. ,
t proceed to' state a few of the doings "
accident, taking in St. Cloud on our Your harshness is not a mark of
ANNUAL here that friends may know. .
return trip. The new railroad has character, but of callousness. 32-61 1
Mr. E. G. Branscom and wife will
I revolutionized the whole Bull creek You're an ignoramus bigoted, 4 + Ml I I I I H_I I M I_I I I I I I HI III I I I I_II I Mill I I_I II IIIIM 01')'
I spend the rest of the summer months
country. The people of that section i blustering bucko, cheating yourself of
OUNT AIN AND with friends at the old home near
I an a rule had partaken ofthe, comfortsof Asheville, N. C. the joys of tenderness, robbing your

this life without regard to any other family of the opportunity to develop
Mr. A. D. Ennis of Streetor. III., frlackeYourboll&rsWoirkfor ;
SEASHORE i particular section. The gun furnished its finest and noblest traits. ;
i
I was a visitor to our village the past I
meat, the hook, line and pole other The animal trainer eventually pays 1
week. Mr. Ennis will move to Florida
I necessities, by-paths and cow trails this fall. I I the penalty of his cruelty-the whipped A. j

, EXCURSION were their favored resorts, the deer and prodded tiger is cowed, not
Miss Mae Sweitzer, of Oil City, Pa.,
a 1 baying of the hounds the mubic that I I tamed-sooner or later he strikes. '
) I is spending her vacation with her
was most pleasing to their CAr: they Beware of the day when your son or YOU
; .
i d -+- sister, Mrs. E. E. Couch. l lay
: could pop the whip with a sound like .1 your daughter, sullen and hardened by l0 .
refreshments servedat
Delightful
' r 13THVIA | the sharp crack of a rifle. After a were your uprearing, will rend your pea<'e t
AUGUST the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spence I I \ 1
!i day's ride of perhaps fifty or sixty: and stain your name and break you -..-- >
of I
to friends last
a party Friday night. I 4
I miles they could jump and pop theirI I stiff pride. .
f; Mr. Truesdale in Sec. 8 is extremely
heels together with as much agilityas There is but one ruling power and
I proud of a field of Kaffir corn on his
ATLANTIC COAST LINE a gymnast. Plenty to eat andi I it is love.
place. it is as good as Kansas or i
i drink, they were if not happy, satisfied Fear of the law, fear of the hereafter -
I Oklahoma and
t can produce mayhapa
1 --4- I and contented; they lived a I life little better. fear of the world's condemnation -

ROUND TRIP RATE that was natural io them. No thoughtof The Governor will probably orderan are not mortality's great; protect

railroads; they were good citizens, ing forces .
election in this district to elect a
Kissimmee to and to But fear of losingthe love fear of
om a trip your city was a very county commissioner from this district ,
light affair. They had the horses, and destroying the faith, fear of violating .tea
$22.55 to fill the caused by the attt .ttttttlE
D. C vacancy
Washington
'conveyances and thought nothing of I the confidence of those who are nearest '
redistricting of the county after San- MONEY have working for the less t
20.55 .the distance. Now the scene changes. and dearest-this is by far the most MORE you you you
Nmond.Va. ford pulled out with a little county of THE
II I
20.55 Depots are being erected, the iron her own. We flatter ourselves that 1 potent influence in the lives of good need work yourself. it

Norfolk, horse dashes through their country, : men and women.
'
Orange Center will probably
poll more
divided ; If would save the child, I i
the cow ranges are being up you spare
votes than any other precinct in the I I .
r. RATES fROM JACKSONVILLETO into lots preparatory to building towns county except Orlando and Winter I the rod rather than the love. Less worry-lets anxiety of mind. .

and cities, and the stockmen will soon If this cap doesn't fit you, take each V t j jfrit
Garden. .That cannot be proven, how-
have to change his abiding place. of your children aside and say this: S'
work for
i ever, until we have a general election, If you keeps on saving-putting your savings to you

ttanooga, Tenn. $13.80 I Rex is off the track, however, and the present election being confined to I have."I am We the I best friend have misunderstoodeach .you will ever regularly, the funded capital of your earnings will gradually take r i

will switch back before consuming anymore the four precincts of Orange Center, may
,
mmoth Cave, Ky. 17.95 '' space. We arrived in the city Taft, Pinecastle and Conley. Orange I other in the past. Let's talkit up[ the burden and '

N. C 12.00 I at about 4 o'clock p. m., end immediately Center has a candidate for the com- out frankly as two friends should

Wilmington, I repaired to the Inn. We founda missionership and we are all for him. !I and can talk to each other. You Will Have to Work No More

onteagle, Tenn. 15.05 new host and hostess in charge of His name? Well, that will come later.OOOOOOv00000000000. i I "If you have been bad, tell me now .
this admirable house of entertain so that the two of us can find a way

: AND MANY OTHER POINTS I ment, but found the accommodationsfully to straighten things."If You are also insured against hard times and hard luck !

.0 1 you have acquired a secret w, r
up-to-date. Remaining there to 0 Y
Tickets solO August 13th only complete some unfinished business until (0 NARCOOSSEE ITEMS < sease; take me into your di-I Start to save this moment and let your dollars i

31st. 0 and I will see to it that the best I '
pos- ,
final"limit August Tuesday, we procured a splendid work for you at our bank.
+ < <00 4' 00 00 +00 < 00 + + + < > > <00. sible medical skill shall be secured for
-+- conveyance from the Mach Bros., and

I in a few hours we were once more at Miss Mabel Hand of Sanford is you."If

,,For information and reservations I Bronsonville. visiting Miss Madeline Hill for a you have been wayward-if you STATE] BANK OF

call on !, A't the Bronson's all is serene. We couple of weeks. have lost your virtue, sell' me now

W. C. GILBERT, Ticket Agent found the Mistress at home and were Miss Blanche Brack is spending a 1 1 while there is yet time V save you
from further shame, and guide )KISSIMMEE
you
Kissimmee.A. warmly welcomed, and once more at week with friends in Kissimmee. i
j back
l to decent living.
home was one of the pleasures which
W. FRITOT, 'D. P. A Edward Mitzel has accepted a po-i j "A father is the man to come to
are always appreciated. '
Jacksonville.J. sition in Orlando. : when you are afraid to confide in any- Capital $50,000.00
Johnson's Island is still on the dry .
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.Tampa. I list. Several rains had fallen duringour Thomas Little has resigned his po-I|lone. else."-Herbert Kaufman inWohian's Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00
sition with the ,
Narcoossee Company World for August. l
two weeks' absence, but the ground
and expects to start school Monday at I I Officers and Directors

NOTICE OF ELECTION.
District No. 25. I I C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Prett.

O. C. Lassiter and family moved II In compliance with the law in such
{I M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest.
yesterday to Sebring, DeSoto cases made and provided, it is here-

a where he has taken up a countY'1 I by announced and declared than an ROMA THOMAS Assistant CashierIS
Election will be held at Narcoossee,
FLOYD Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Herrin, I I Osceola county, Florida, Special Tax

+ + on Manday, 28th, a son.: i School District No.2, on Saturday
August 2, A. D. 1913, at the usual,
l O. B. Mitzel is taking a vacation so voting place for the purpose of de-

he can look after his pet. termining who shall serve as School II I-- -- ---- .------

James Grimm made a business trip' Trustees of said District for two years I fowls are to do their best they HOME AGAIN .
next after the election, and to fix the I *
positively must have clean, cool drink-
to this place Tuesday. :
number of mills of District School
Dr: J. C. Davis, optician, who ha
Grocer F. W. Hill is making extensive: im- Tax to be levied and collected annually ing water. Keep it clean in fountains been practicing optometry here for tea p<

provements to the roads around his for the said two years. The followingwere in the shade.Malaria years and fitted many of the best I.-.

store and residence.The appointed to act at said election: people of Kissimmee and surrounding '
4f R. L. Evans, M. L. Tindall and Har- '
house of Steward Waters is I country with glasses, is back again
Get our prices oa mon Hull, Inspectors; F. W. Hill, I at his home office-Park Hotel 4
+ nearly complete. Mr. Hedrick is quitea Clerk. or Chills & Fever where he may be consulted for optical
hustler. Done by order of the Board of Public I work e

HAY GRAIN FEED Instruction, Oaceola County Florida, Prescription No. 664 U prepared especially Headache of years' standing cared
, will solid this the 8th day of July A. D. 1913. for (MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER. I
Young begin eating
pigs W. C. IIASS, Five or six i: doeea will break any ease, andIf with glasses by Dr. Davis. ]
which we make a specialty food very early in life if given.a Attest: Chairman.W. taken then a. a tonic the Fever will not I Eyes tested free and glasses sold

chance. It is good policy to give them J. SEARS, return. It act. on the liver better than I at reasonable prices.

a chance. I Superintendent. 30-8t Calomel and. doea not gripe ortickea., 25c 11-4' ?
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; i '1' NTIOV: re AP'LY shares. the'.ald Vlbacrlb.
Of ; whereof .
J I HYATT / ed of a' Continental' city.. They are NOTICE ,'ATI<:NT. witneIs tnd
: CS. L. volt LICTTKKH eri have hereunto set their hand 11
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DR. THE BEAUTIES and i WHAT PLAYGROUNDS NotlCo i. hereby given' that the under and ub crlbe for the shares of
v ; ., Physician andSurgeon \\arge pictures are hung. : high irj .lIrnl'd will applY to, the UtM-ernor or the seals Capital, Stock of; said Corporation

+ *' t\ie silent nave, where the light from the StWtOOf Irlorlda. on the 26th day In the amount above. ntlonbcl, done
\ Phones. of AUIrUllt.-uta. for .....u"r. l'atQnt upon of July. A. Do. 1911 mwo '
.
; illumines and T.b day
: windows them thtll
4 CHILDREN anArtlclea
upper MEAN proposed Charter .
OF KENTUCKY the following/ ot C. V1STA.! Sit Seal
: Office 197, Kisslmmee :where, at eventide, they'assume a J0 of Incorporation', a Secretary copy H I n OILMORB Seal)
; which nan been filed with tho M UEL 8. HARPER (Seal)
Florida $
248
Res. '
wondrous mysticism of form and col ot $tate for tho State oC Florida.W K? FIMNKLIN (Seal) .

\ or." c. Vesta, Sr. 14. I)i W AL1'1C1(8eal l) ,
\ COUNTEsTsPOTTISWOOD MUST .... Franklin B. HARRIS (Seal)
.\.
') HAVE AIR TO BE HEALTHYA
BY An amusing episode is told of' a Hamuel H Hall'.per.H. J. O. McHRIDH (Seal

M. RIVERS, M. D, pleasure-craving landlady who deClined -. I U. Oil more. \\\ C. VK8TA. Jr. (Seal
i
.T 8. 1>. U alter.A. ALEX) HAYNES Seal( ) \
.- to care. for Louis Philippe, when H. HarrlM.
I. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON WOULD PEACE FEW CENTS ADDED TO TAX J. O. McUrldc.V. StntiHI ot 1-'loiida..

; ;, Osoeola.) Pharmacy, WHO ATTENDED he fell ill ate her hostelry, preferringthe \ -ii_.Vesta..Jr., ___. __._.._. liinM.u.hi County.Hifore --. .
Office
t ;1 1r -- over. CONFERENCE' GUEST OF attractions of a traveling show, RATE WILL INSURE' HEALTH Alex Hay lien me the under.lg-ned. Notary.
. t Hotideoce 53 JJnted Jul-v 16th. 1PJ8.Tbo > ------ ,.,Tiilillc l In and for the State of Florida.IHmnnallr .
PH NJCS. f 011108 148l. GOVERNOR SULZEIt OF the first to reach the town, to waiting JOY OF LIVING AND GOOD following articles at Incorporation 118 apnoared W. O. Ve ta,. Sr..
I. i : : shall ooniiCllulo* and becomo C. Vests Jr.to tn, well known
W.
: scion of the royal house of or and
a
I NEW YORK. upon CITIZENSHIP. charter upikn tho lawful Issuance. ..n.l 'who. each for himself/ acknowledf-
1i' France. '{ letters Talent ln-fnie" flue that ha executed and ubHfillK'd -
,
l. <'d
: I.'I'I I : : . AIt'I'ICLIC 1.
sv.WIN1 "The 'party visited George 'Washington The name- of his 'corporation; nhiillbo 'IncorporatIon tile foregoing of the proposed Colonyof charter.if Maryilln .

::1' p 1'\ PHYSICIAN Washington, I D. C., Aug.. 1- How at Mount Vernon in 1797, and When playgrounds were first start the COLONY plaee ,,f (business)!Io' MAHYIJlA.. and "r fn, IlK.-eHhall for tin. i>urpos and uses therein 'I

;. \ Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. Louis Philippe duc d'Orleans and it was the first president of the ed the general thought in the mindsof principal I be In, Marjdla OsceclaCount. }'. ''"U'l'tlniiii. niv hand and official aat' \.
.r "' ,
; RcamnNOE PHONE :<" KlaglMMH.FI.OIUD. later. King of the French lived for United States who planned for Louis the people was that the purpose of Stale tabllshlitK; I of I "I'Morlda hiamh with..flli,.*prlvill.I In "th.('!e"' tl"V I ? Tiiinini riu. this. 9th day of July A.x...

\ 1 J Omen PPONK iff several years at Bardstown Ky., and Philippe and his brothers, an itineraryof the playgrounds was to keep childrenoff and low im In the I Stnti. of cmml 1.'loriJn 1'1. *. a.. I" '11.1.1.! Z. 11 (CinrcENK (Seal .

V maid o{ In other KIHI-S| anil foi i lun: :\l\!_ ,....."...101..1011 oxplrea June 13., iiJ.viat. .
to the have "I I'l"
even paid court a pretty travel through the more settled streets. Today we come ma)' bo d"811t1lItt..t 4>v n* limud -r
-- '

r; .pR. DEWJTT, T. LIGHTSEYOSTKOPATIHC Fiankfort, the :State; capital is' iclateei poitions of the young country that to se that the playground has a specific r..loH." .XHT10MJ 2.Thl' l ,,".ll.ii.i'if. riuil.la.run ''oiinlvI ..

PHYSICIAN; : : in an article in the National Waterways took the mthrough to PittsbAfgh and training to give which is not less 1-11.,1: , nail.' I' .I I I th I'1"' I :. i "..1 0 0. in.. I tin. undi-iBlKiifcd. ;* Notary
I : this 10 i In.. ....II.lu..II'.1. mi'' t tllllHim.il I ., i !IS i Hi""is I I'nl., ,in, /in "nml I fm' the Si a tn of Florida,
;Magazine published in city Ohio and into definite and perhaps. no less import- .
down the the mountainsof Illll.lWHTo ,
I enpolttliim Khali i III IK P. I i-.oOh.,,ill I I > .t |1'1"'| "ill I i-il !Samuel 8 Harper
: Residence Phone L'T4Oflice : the National Rivets and Haibors, Kentucky and Tennessee The ant than the training of the school } a""ull." emu l lois lullI, Bill' I11 I. ."i-. t I.. in., u.ll I I kniiwn.. inn,1] who acknowl-
lij .
PhonUooiim -,. '' : I .III ..11 "tI"wl I IH.' .I. III III i 1.1., ei.' .11.' "' ,,, ,1 )I" I i.>it, in.' Hint he executed and
I|I ( ongress. by the Countess Spottis- western limit of their tour was reached itself. .. .itliv, I Hind I "' ''I'H' '' et ' "h"I'I i nl I,(.. i.11".1 I Hi.. for.'Kolnw I proposed
,. :3 and 1 1'lw' profuse H.I..v.l I I.. I Itll"'I.' I i "i 111\I ." I i. nl." nl 'im'.n' 1''>1'1111011 of the ColoewI :
"
is What of the ideaVs which
I- laDKNTIS1 wId.\la, ; fl atl *<;Je at Nashville and 13 1707 are some s'liiid
.
Ki-innm.'e. % on May
,
Bank Hlil'it . "nml' K.lt.
State I I ditch. InlKati" i. "'lui' ..I.I vi I.u 0 Mini' .. I Im I lh,- purposes and uaaaih.
j in illustration of 'Hecnes identified/ with they turned northward through the the enlightened opimoir-uf today ,in .. i.x'Iiaimg:<. lanilH, . I. II' i Hi''I'lK' ail I Itl I I ,0'. In <0. pi i SHI.ditii.
nl, 'Vll\. ,Kind. Hllll, "HIV' ,,11:11'IlIlt'I''sl : hand and official seal 1 atM
r IH.IIIIItv' \\ \ I i> mi
DIL J.v. oS I II' O\; I the asylum found by the Bourbo-J cxi wooded valley of the Big Barren trying/{ to arouse for the children of Illlll sl"l., I II" "'I" '"' "I"' ''", ' l 1. t. i -totlooi.. Kin. thin 12ttta>day of

trouhulous perIodI tiilnlnu In liullil( ..ni'l i i' < I I Ii'iii. Hl i ; i ;I l''KiIt' i.
? .1 lnl\ V |
most
i 1 lie. dui ing a River, testing at a ferryman's on the our country l Ull'lllllM, Hint still" 1,11,5, "f .,ll1 Ml"1", II II itA HAM. (Seal )

j 1 J: :; .? |I of eventful .e-aieer, when MaratI Green River. They crossed the Salt 1. The Provision of a Safe Placein I 1.11, | ,.HI,,1.| I II,"IH sit.m', |, ,,1(1.( '. )I.IISIII. UK :Mv I i ,." ""ls..I''I., 'i\ilien|.\ Hrpt IS, 1914.
. .,ml I "'t 1t1'' .
iniinufiii, "luilnu, i :. siiu" ii"
I U |"ml' ads, in Kii ? Utid. : 1 n. I j'I I had pioposed, ,) the- setting of a price River at Pitts Fork with difficulty Which Children May Play. The "ll.lUMI-H, Illlll III. Hill. i I'ilM, 'i"II ,Ml, II" Mil .H"ami ;M, .I ., riniiila, .

( \n 'u IlL to 12 m upon) his lu-iicl and of priceless< objects and night found them arrived 'at the street, the railroad yard, the dark alleys Liilln. t I 11") I Hutu I tin. "M Hein I" 1 '. .Ik iVitinl vI
OI"- -'ICK Hofft/ ( / !; (i M ,III, ;5:30: p. III., | to St. ; lMlll.1 I ,l e ,II. ..i''i. ..11"I i I. a... i. ,lot. "I"'I I 'III'.' I :o i ,M., 111". ,u :"ot tui'> Public In. and for
No 7;'; Jun 5. Ivr of art (ptpscnted by him inn, of a Captain Bean at Bardstown and courts are not only undesir- hoteila lei iniiniirai luilHK, : iiLiiiii1, ] 0 ih. NIMI., .r .rioi..Ida. personally ap-

telephone, ;j Joseph's Cathedral at Haulstown afterI a settlement of about one hundredand able but unsafe places for children tile' llKliI i plinlH, VMilil I Willie, iii.ii.H SoSmills. ' I I" 'n.' 'i l s I nalter' to me well known.
planlnif ", Ills. IIIIIIIVII\H' ,
"h. .ii I k n.m II-.IKI-.I" before mo that he
: 'H. W. W. I'AKSON: ( ): I I .> became sovereign of Fiance and. fifty houses and 'great expectations to play. In many sections of some '.,.h.......". Illlll ll" fllllllHll) .tl. I I. ll,,lllIllHi .v. 0 in.( 01 I Hint,, HuliHorlbed the foregoing

J 1)J ) Mill later following the downfall of .' The personal diary of Louis cities the street is the only playgroundthe ub-dlvlde Hllll l 1I ;plat W-i|' anel(0 lllllll":Impnivt: ;: :'" mil Hill VI':*\ I 11.\I lln I I | .. .'...haitir. nf Mars of dba Incorporation. for the pur-for

: DENTIST his d dynasty Among the art works Philippe brings to light some interesting child has and every automobile LUte .5 .I h.-i.\.i,m' tin. ""II', .' Ill,) In lllllllHlae Hllillit. I. I....,. K MIL I UK..B ihcr.-ln I expressed.
.' flit till lllirpuHlK. llf somi ll sm'' hand and official seal at
\\IIM.HH niv
/ Oflict- over (Cole1-! Ji'v. <. Iry Store pictured arc" several vestments of ex- facts as to the circumstances at- purchased makes these playgroundsmore t... d'alill rm, tilt iui
and intrinsic dangerous for him. In the and toIgaUo' In planlliiK: \ I I' l Ml' :! .
I. -. Oflic-p, Hour,* : -.I 11':!, 1-5 < el'dingbeauty great tending: his arrival and sojourn at year of fi ultH inul IIKIII |ilIOOi'l I I i"l') Hi I" I: I ) HOOAN. (Seal)

r value! embroidered by Louis! Philippe's 1912 in ten days the newspapers to own. amuiii lun Kill. i M, II.IIIK.: .
Odice phone 1 >HFlesidence" Bardstown. lie was taken seriouslyill reported ,il'I \ Mi\ i "iiiiiiilxxlnn expires June 6. 114.si
iotisr i a.111'1,1
", annlun" II '
-1_.__ ..... pl..dge..mortll"""
2i: Marie Amelie and his sister 22 children killed and 95 injured .
'queen and, although importuned by his Illll, >' III llll 1\"I..f UllllllB WIII.H, ,it. nf Klnil.laIMI .

Ga iiiiminiHtfre.1 for extraction. ( of teeth Adelaide! after the flight of the courtof brothers to minister to the needs of in automobile street accidents. and rncrchnmllHi" and |"iiupiit\, <.f., \ r\ .(...lot '.Ill tot>'
I '"hog
eli He l I pi Inn H 0.1. M t.: l" I"1 i nl i'ii i iRllel Ii. fm :Nolarj rubllc In and for
a' 'im u
England, which still repose in the the distinguished Frenchman, the Playgrounds would go: far to prevent e'liliHll. lie. .linn 1'UKll" HK .il.il.. I" ilHsml, ih, stat*' nf I'lorMa. (pemonally appear-

K C;. E. PARK1.RUK : Bardntown cathedral.Returning much of this needless sacrifice of child financially and oth.rwlH. .loiitiiii'lmHIlliel .I .1 r FinnkUii, I'.. 1)1 Ullmore. A. B.
1 ) landlady of the inn could not be induced btlllllilh I" HIlllHIlIlK im. I"' I'tim'M llMirU, .1 n' :\1>'111 Id. and Alex Haynea.

I from the recent world to forego the attraction of a traveling life. In New York in 1910 "of the i ... rie.lv... hulil C.. In\.ln."t. mile nil, to tOT w..11 known and who. each -
Nil: SIOKHl'b >r otherwlH.. .1| isi|..m.. ..r. II loot in iniiliindvniiii
before
lot laIn '" If acknowledged m.
peace conference at St Louis whithershe show that had just reached the 1717 children arrested 450 were arrested , .ineiith upnii ..I..' I U .obligations thai, h. ix.,cut.d and subscribed the
\ OVER ,'TOLA' I I'llAKMAl: "lllpMlil'H.( enIliellvUtuills '
nf otlni o'.om .poiatleiliH 1
had been sent as a delegate by for playing in the streets. f'M., ntnK .puipoKid. charter of Incorpo-
town. hull'l!
I. I tin
\
I I I . anil whlI.I int.'0 I Ii
nf I tinI'oloiiy" of Marydla, fortin
Office 1I0un'I Governor; .Vould it not be more worth while to ,1 b Hue Ii I and uses. therein expressIIII.HH -
1 1'110) to r> ::00( ) I P. M.DR. I Univ.i I i : unit: :IX.II.IBI nil I ilht of ovvni r pmintHif.
.1
York and by the PresidentGeneralof HKALTin FLORIDA dpend a comparatively small sum of thinI I ,
.IIOA
i, t.lilp, IniliiilinR' ': t piiwrH \\ / ni\. hand and official seal atM
t the Daughters of the American money in preventing juvenile delinquency I I I with t.. fuiiii u,, piiiiiiui, , iihsiBi' ami) nMHIIllallv I ,.Hlmmi'e, . Via. this lilt day Of July.
,
H S. GEIGER ,IllllI
.Joseph W. Howe M. I D, Clinical HlHllllHll I IIHIlMllli K HV I n 191..
I'HIHKIAIV AM: ) 9URGBON Revolution, the Countess Spotisswood- than to spend enormous sums 'at'N. pill 111. 'IHhlIH| Illlll,. ,,"H'" I.III,IIIH f"l, II. I.' KRIBBS. (Seal)
Piofessor of the Medical
Citizens Bank made to her Surgery in hu"ln., SM pUlp'IKIH. Hh IKVII 111 llllJlKlKlll. ;c'oiiiniJHKlon. 6. 1916.i .
Building ;Mackm a pilgrimage in the maintaining/{ of jails and reformatories : .'Illll llf (IIH llltllllTH. II ,IH ..1..m.1"I" expires May
Department of the University of New i ; .I' l KUIHUs Attorney ll-4t
y Kissimmee Florida alma mater, the convent-academy at ? .-. 1"0"H'| I TIT I Ii. I Ill' _
,
York Fellow of the New York Acad- IITIHtH llf till llllHlll.KH |"llll |I".H. H "f Illl"
Phone: Office 297 or 64 Nazareth and while there she obtained 2. Physical Health If a child iso enl piilrftliill I 1.. (I.,'"I '.'fl "I I.'in, in-ill, vllll Mill) I. tOHIMITHATOH

material evidence of the sojournof emy of Medicine etc., and an authorof '' Illll.) ll.'llllH Of IIIIIIIKHK'K I I..t" ....r .',...1 l Urkarsr..
Residence, 265. 14-lyr medical works who of FlorIda ( grow up healthy and vigorous he UB rialiHtute. liriikifHiirHK'rvlHf'i. I tic, I --- .
,
.
says
Louis Philippe which has beenhrouded must be kept in the open air most of 'I ....10'. loan.'. Illllal Kl,t.iiuiH&R. II" lit III I" llll : ( III "'I' OK C IIIT) JUI)( III
1 : "The climate of our America illHpiiHltlnn ..r all liii"l, ,* "I, iI'i' ''' ,1'
in and doubt t by U"l I:"III. \ I UI1" \ !SlATE
mystery the time. All of the ,
tu- .
P. A. VANS AOHKW W. a. CKAWrOUi congreses on ll'Hl ""- "", III IMIX.ll t t ISMIl l 10..1
I has bee'n the of consider-
historical writers of the past Photographs Italy subject rculosis! have expressed the belief .1..1"I ill. tit..s. Ht.el\H ,anil, ,, 'Iii. t ...tiMKa" t IIII 'I.IIIIID4.In <
AGNEW & CRAWFORD able misrepresentation It has been II.",",., aii.t. to 'iiialii biu'stIni nil.' |I".oil-
f VANS of the rectory of Bishop B. JFlaget that the playgrounds is one of the e llHH". H ,..I illHpoHII' ..f It. ats. Is .JIH rr 1s11.: l ..f VVIIIInm M. kaBdlcr..

alternately praised and slandered mitt) In I in 11"1"in., Milh I I I.." anil f.ntin :Niitn. in h.i.hi .ulvin. 10 all whom
I ATTORNEY;:>-AT-LAW ,. at liardstown where Louis praised for its mildness and equability most effective means in the prevention. a.tv imam: of tubs" e....rp101ra.i..Io. ,milto "it mail. i ,mi,"-, i n a lhai on the 6th day of
> t ,
Philippe was frequently entertainedby of the disease. iln wii m, \ ,, "..11111 i'I I I" i 11..1 l l MIIKKanil I """" S A H 1'iU! I shall apply' to
Offlo.: 3-4-5.4. Cltlzenn Rank null.iliig blamed for its swamps and malaua. in anv anil nil nth."t I I"'H \vlitili I'h.I II".. ",, nilt, . T M Murphy. Judge of
> i his confessor and spiritual advisor, I Hr. Henry S. Curtis states that at max I IM I,.t.' 'Hnai i..'tiv nl. nl "i 'Vpedlent ""hI' 'i\irt. an Judge or Krobate for
Kissimmee !Florid Only within the past year or two has In eonme-t Hun\ I wllli 1,1. 'In aIelltliin mIliml I dlBiharicH RS Administrator
and of the sacred to
objects presented the he took
time of the
charge play I .
In' Inli. fonBpeelfliel 1 . ..
biiMlniHN'H ir th.
its claims as a balmy In I tin r. < .111'| William S. Chandler
paramount
t t { the religious community at Bardstown pure grounds of the District of Columbiathe wh"'h" a ".tlu"1I1 |I".n I ..IIt .1 I ,1'"t that Rt the aame time i
H. D. GEIGER. and health-giving climate been fully I.nlpnllltlnn? .if thin II".lia. l I. t II1IIVlawriiilv will pi H.111 to Hald ( 'ourt my final ao-
I. including a bell which still hangs in tests of the Public School Athletic ; iln: anil; .xiliiH'I :>nl: to oto., I ...u", J.H \.I"IIII"rllor, of said estate.

the tower of the cathedral, are pub- established. Statistics by careful and League for jumping chinning and HIIV ,nml. all II" IniHlniHH anil,. thinwHIllfoil I and ,otak for their tPforf3
( t ; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW disniterested observers have decided IIKIlU.lll.il. it b.-i. I al.,". Ill I In Mill d 1 Jun. .18 I
lished for the first time. running were established. ("Hnhl nil II.." with i.tli. t ..m p.n, "lI""H. W CIIANDI.KK
the truth of some statements and theexaggeiations highs Idiitln in i iiiiip.uil. 0 l". tonltaitanel ,, I\\I 2 ) Administrator.MIIIIK .
F- Office State. Bank Building The stay of the Bourbon duke in of others. It often 15 r. Curtis applied the test to the li'. i-,".1 i ai..ti.il\ M ill h. HU. anel l I".

1.- Kissimmee. Florida Kentucky was pot without a suggestion : is boys in 20 playgrounds and did not sued In Its eeirpiirati. mt...oio. t" tiav.CJHI / : OK .lltllMRTIIA10UI
said, for instance, that malarial fevers ami tnalnlalti, a .irinTHte. seal Final Klmrtmrfr..
. of romance the Countess relates find one who could meet the re AHTIfl.K:I I f
Q.EO. F. PARKER. prevail to a greater extent in Florida Tli. anilmil. "f IIlIlh".I.,1! 1'11111 IN < O4( HT OK ( Ot' MTV Jl'DMK STATE
continuing: quirements. After four of I .
summers .
than in other states because the air lock shall )In t.n IhniiHainl. ilollurn, I I- KI.IMIIllt. U'lt KOI. ( ()IJNTV.
,
t Attorney-at-Law. "While visiting Frankfort the ducal playground work the test was tried C $ 10.IIOII (19). Illlllllll Itll" nil'' Ih'UHIti'l, I i lit rr ":.a'.'.. of ,...or... II. ....,.. dee*._
''is constantly loaded with mephitic HlialtH. nr lli m pat viilii, ' -.f t.n "!.11.-. rIo
party was entertained at the Love again and there were Sot) boys who 1
'II'h :'<,,,in I In I h. t ..11\l .Klv.ii to all whom
But the truth that inter-
Collections and Conveyancing vapors is HtlllHI. Ti M'1.' Ml.. III I...
XII I"II lllllH I I.> .
House which has eVer been associatedwith could reach the standard in all three 0 ii 0 'inn' >n" i 1/1.i I lot I 0 in th. 3"th I day
I Specialties. uttent and remittent fevers in Florida raid ror In lawful m"". \ in. 'In "' ''I'' ,II Slot 'or | ,"c"I11I". .V I li 1 1'U! ] 3. I Hhall apply
Burr's conspiracy where a gala activities and two or three hundred II' H. Sl,II t H .II "I IIIHt \ .111,01 ,. .,I.. I.,. t I.i. ih. II..MI..uilil. 'I'I MIurph; \' Judge
I uie of a milder type run their coursequicker I I" iit.oi b IV II", I... ..ll'l' 0)I III. 1 I ...00., It) .IMiii .if unlil i .. of 'rohal..
unit I lil.lu.
an J for
: 11 I Broadway. ball was tendered in their honor. The who could in two of them. Each .
,
year ,
and attended less 1 'tltXK: .11..1 fin Iliil' pui.s.' | all.Itli. |I"" llmil ilimhuu., UK AdmlnlBtratrlxrth. ,
by mortality -
stately minuet \vas danced and Louis are I Ir Curtis found the record in :22! field JuilKiinnt. nf Halil linaid, nt t Iii' ... ,tools anI. .<. ....//a'. ,if.q.; ..rKi. II I lvi y. decuas
than is the ill other tli.. vain* nl( such, 1,1ml propillv, .
case and) .
any |1"1. that al th. saint' thou 1 will
; r /; F. KRIBBS Philippe invited a young lady to dance : events going up showing jhat organized eir HirvlciH. I Iti the nlis. 000,0,( fiauitHhall l. inin.nl lot xald. < I.uiit' m )' final aci-ounts
,tate in the Union. These facts were b. ,'u..1"81u".." all parti l.a ,
with him, but she declined fearingto play had helped the children phys- \.liiilnlntratrlx of mild .'.stat.and
ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE. FLA. ascertained, by Surgeon-General: Lawson 1 T hi nut he>l lz'<'el eaplt.il HI'| ,< k touts IniHHUcd ask C t wound the feelings of a 'plain ically, as unorganized play which pre- Htnl pale (nt' at iou h linn H .mil 0 IVEY.
who found that in the Northern such terms and conditions theboard
Examination of Titles a Spec ialy. ,' young mafWith whom she had buta ceded it had not done. The vigorous Olson of directors may determIne a. t
'J 3 ,. Notification and payment of taxes of' short time' before declined to enter section of this country one in everyfiftyfour play in which the children take part' may be licrfufti-r llxiil In the )b>' lawn, : 'V KOH IIIDS.
AHTICIThta ,!-! 4.
I I ", ',' non.re ldent. given: careful the minuet. That the loyal maiden : -cases of remittent fever provides the best possible exercise for corpoiatlon\ shall exIst pfrpcftu* I The Board ot. County- ; CommIssioners I

( : ) attention. proved fatal i.in the central sections and wshall have sUccesSion tI"cororltt"
ally by
,. \ made a more' superficial impressionupon ; the development'of vital strength 10\ and for Usceola County Florida
';'''''. ( namp pi'rnetually.AllTIil.i .
; one in thirty-eight; in Texas, one fh : will rec.-lM'' Healed bids on the clearing
His Highness is apparent from which is going to be translated into : r. of Hlx 'a< "iH i>f land adjoining the Poor

f' ': pAT JOHNSTON; the fact that, when three, decades or seventy-five, and in Florida only.one terms -efficiency later in life. I .Tin..", ..lu"I.liunlni-BH d t I" of II l-i tin I Kill 1"1", nl,"' ition\ i'. I I'KhaliIn i ,, I,1"I ,aim sob I up 1., ,tin,,.I> '4th jaof),, Auirunt 191J.
a I 1.11"1 I i (I" n II 1\.r..1 or all
in two huudied and eightyseven"Pi : I hi, tot.I ".s..oto't' Ti., . all.1, 1 itottir
:11 \ i BUI i .
ATTORNEY -AT-LAW niaoie latei h(' found himself 'Klngnf 3. Formation of Character. "/ 0 M''inn' 1'' i 1.1". ,. 'tin an.l,, other
:. . ,
liltr.l' '' I n .nslsniiL.' .I l tout I i.> II" uN..n , ,
- ---- I 'SO I"Is I M.II .
the FriMiih a gentleman fioinI I dien I for Chil-I il. inn., ., 'thin, thill' ml.. II |1.1"1 Hill 111,1 .Ijl 0V.'rv
( most of their habits i in .h IL c- ,.
10-1 Citizens Bank , \ 11 h i d I -0 11 0 11"i "\\
Y. I" 1 the '
Building ovule- lot for to
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: en gia/.i- I Mill ".111"\\ ''-. 01..1.. t .1.. 'tli, I.... ...1., "
-- V I lankfoit who) had known him, cluiing" I. The child who has foimrii the habit : illl.. id.I-. . ...h..11 . .H-.I-I. .1. I 'h. tIoOTt..O, .r I. o A i;its'i'HEirr

;;,. ) Kissimmee Florida the a-1iHl of his exile i I called I I him i III /it nightBirch of his ".. oi. .pin .il..l, >- In i ,in, .ill. i in .m. .1 'I I |I", 1 :' i li-rk
has
upon i-hrating in fomud, -
.-. .:..- games | I 1', .,,d'1 ,,inI. \ ,I. I 1'-i -1.1, ,nl sh ill I.I I.. -
nt Pans. The King untuned, foi his ----- the habit of "cheating in other, of his I "io.iiI.'I'-'l" ; i .I I Iii. I 1" .oi'o il I .it, .In .,I. .i p.. i 1' oil "m II I oil I'l III 1.1. \1'0\

l.oUla" MAM** v 1 1'I.'TON WAHt-OW 111 II Is .1 to i 1..1 'III., -mi'"; I-'.n'''m, i I 10 .1,1
ljMl Cou nmjl for J 1101".- ..f the 'Kiunkfort IIUOCMI' anil chatted I pleas I lelations in life. The playgrounds. ,,. .,li t h.i li on., < .fin, .it. Iii., soon". 'tunt I I' I II" : I I llll m I II I I oi" III' 01. 'I III': 7'111
Florida K H. L ..mm. (:i ,niiinul, I 'uurlM Mountait.HERB .11 me i ti i 111'1 i 11 I ItS ii.OIIIIM.
atltly' of the hall at th' I.ovcHouse bring into the situation t t \.1, t 10..1 I liii I i'i..I.b i I ,MI,, i.il, I 1'-i
a I great new IN \\n I on liSt. i i nl \ col. \
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ASSEY & \\AKLO\\ III.t i % MIII" |I'''" is" "
: : ami the incick'tit, of t hinilnuet factni the director, v ho is the unipueof ) I '1'1"1 lio. ..ml. .t llll' i 1'I"t ,III -I II I V I I I' I IIVMI III. ,

"In 1 centennial oil.1 t tin' ( of I u u,..I"I i m '.In' '' .' .111 i "i mi'''u 1..1 1. .. 11. .,nhill
( I ATTOftNEY.AI! ; ; Cm' :NI ILI.os a t to itv the game's and insists on honest)' 01.I I ill I.II.U'MK.. ..It"I,,,| VI IVV \ llll.Ml VV II. I .IIVN \II...5.

F AT LAW 1 taiikfoit t in IKHd> Majoi II. T 1 Stanton TEA 'land whose example is more laijfely I --II. I 11 ..II. I I.IIMUI.. sos "noo, I .,. I M ., {,IIII C .TIUItIIi.i.I. ,,.
t I I IL..HIH" .isiiii\, I li. i|. .m.d' I 'I" .It. nl iin.l S % e
r i Prmctlc. in eli I h. ('..\iitn if I he. -Lultf and uf of that plane penned, the following copied than the example of allY other I, 111 "".11' f'U I Ih. BUI "HJ"I I| ..,,,1 I ,I I "I I II 11"1\ I-VI.VII :H. .. .... ..1\, .,erso.na .
the llnltMl !Still's; .I" l I" !t..r.' U... loriilu Itxll- . ilnliiiluu, . nil interest iintlrr,
1 IK l.ustn. KS 'I( tin ''i itnm mlII She.Il
road Curn"I..."..". sri th? I.i Ierbthte. luiiinitrrrCotnnimaiun vt'1s- : Imported from Bohemia, the most person in the community lie is going t, \ I h.. i ""II", HH.lt, ton ill,.iirp tIt soil".. I J'-i t I I I h.*".... \\ I'liliniT.' *ir .'ihcrsIr.! unit
t 1 Iht Love I House standno I longei i heieVhcie nil ...b'r .<.r....11. i-lnlniliiu, .
I, wonderful herb compound the to piactice his teadinK1I10tly in his \ '01..1 h.\\.r. that 11 Ii., -.0. i kinII t is | nn lulrrrKl
Li 11-11 llARl.la.KiN'' It i ,in. OKI.AND'' 'LA.II \ from I the ciovvdciludul 1 ..1 t '11" ""' u..11. im ttuio,. ,lfl'l.. i h '.11. 'Iniiinli. 1"i I III fI,.- |r..rl\ \ In lhl. 11111 .l.. .>..rll......

_ _ _ 1 yr / world has ever known, for the I play. i nl 111., l.oai.t. if ijii, ilms oil I...I..htnl N.
I 'MlI Tht.I .old ambitious, A.mm Bun treatment of Asthma Fever Play tends to stiengthen the child's i I11:; Hi:: i i: H ,i :ml lots" : :i ill.:. ;tin, m,:.:,n :m:: i 'it: I 11... 1'1" ,00, ini.. h\ .. ..r.oII\. I It .i If|'I|" nil dI I

NDKKW JOHNSONATTOKNKV. : ; Hay lll.I I 11 I. i linn' I, and, Im ol' l001.t' I tl In", K.1111.in ,.. T I. o I"" 1511,II.I .I < .>ni.l|. .iint 0 ,III I. ,1 1 I in I ,,"\ _
..1\ ( I I Ills I i scheme of empite )brooded; Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh will by givinghlll1 opportunities tocxeicise 'I I 0 111 11. \ 1\.1\\.11'1. i HI sl..I'1' I o ",-. Ih,.il 'I'I," 'in.i- \\ I I..Mm.. ,

Hut sonicare mindful of the ilancoIn anJsevere I In I 1,1: i. I of I\11" i 'li oil.i's sli..,i II li, .1.1 | "I" i i .."i i -III, I Ill, I . II to. Slit, ,.f | l.u
t: ASH (CDI( \OSEl.l.olt: AT LAW La Grippe, Whooping Cough choice and to make, quick < il ..innmillon, I tin si t .mil. T". si.t. n is "I.1 It"I .". i '. i.1.I in I i-. unli I HUH n ami, I

Will Pratticin all Courts I stately grace pel fee.tedWlieie cases of Kidney Bladder decisions. It develops the spirit of ,Finilii. \ in .nil M.II I iMionninK\ In I tt h.' S I"h,.n i tI h,. ii. .I"Is.. i |I". 00.0,0 II., .. "". i HI, il 1 1I'
h 1 .\ '.11 I'lM'lln h 111 ''h I in..i'" l\ .,I. .a. i h. .I| los. I tli. I Hill "r
-"p. State and red'Tiil once the pioffeieel, band] ofFrance Stomach and Lung troubles. I i spoitsmanship law of the square InllnvtliiM namid, iijtiiirn" in.I I'I '""'Ii.1 I ,,,1..1 'in MUM" Otis. ., n.l, I Ih.11

i. 1 Office ailjomiiiK, Broadway It is an invigorating d'al-a wholesome of (loud ol I\I"" t't,I.us, sh,.ill .MI.In.I, I Hi, tin, ,n,i ,in.--.1 i sii. |" .|'h.| 'p.r."H., ." 1 ittI .
sense pride
"a.: I in iMiHlii.Ms of Ilii imputation. until 1 .ill.I I II I I'll-.I'd 1 .in iinkniKvii I I ii, id,. < .,.tto ,111111 I _
I Clli/enH BaLk KisBimmi-i .\ I lankfort 'jueen tejeeUel" n ',,", tonic, purifies the his own accomplishments but !better I tlo. 'In HI i. i-.ul.il .I. !n i iln., | 0 in I ,. .,1"1-| lHi l mis I ., 0 IM| I 11.1 b, i I h I- i I IH 1.1.1 "I In "h,.

"Upon his i etui M to I .and his -- blood .illon. of (ml.In. It smi.sH.iiM. it, .,,Hl, ',.I'd' I :,ill ,,.I' ''.n,11'|'il i.ilnt. .it ilnxl NIII'h
> latite - 4 builds upt4fIUIIW : ,t.ill. in the triumphs of his playmates! \v I \1.t.. :M;, |l.' |I''i ,inklin. I ,, s,:" ,ttIo,,, | (t.lIllllM.U. II .1. f. ,.,..i.| |III, | v

elevation to t thethione, of the Hour ( the run-down system -| as in the case! of the little'gill who I" I H I .t rio' t m K: I I. 011"; ,o i :s; m 11 \\.It.. i o i II I is 'I I' II I : 'It! t I'I: I OKI: I : i 'I 111.I( I I-:: Itl,ii: l > I thai I II.
.r- I II I I"IH..I. I I" Mi I lit I t''II.. . \\ I vIi '1'1., ."" . \\ I '.il.ii.. , ,,,oii,1) ill i ,
Jv rl1)111p bons, Louis Philippe was not unmindful -- sbothes the much .1 Ir nml .\1.. lIa\ .. If | ,tt.tsoTts
with I
{ ))11 'pointed pride to a friend \ "so slot' ooio'l" io no "10I III""" .IT., li"li" ii s| iin.l. Mi", iilil'
of the kindnesses that had been 1Y' I I.. I llnai T" of 1 1'1' r"1 torn '1' """_" .. 1,1 I ,,, .. ,
r nerves, improves who had come out ahead of her i i "'lh i wi.,1| , (
4 I in a iboa 1 ....III. ols' Hh.ill, In I'I. '" III ,,Ito, .
I p. '05,005 0 1." ,,,, ", 1"1. .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR I bestowed( upon him white he tarried u-;;;: 1 the appetite and test saying, "Ain't she just /grand ? < \'a.H.\"I.. ., ( -t. slot ,nt. 's |I'.1.i |I- ITS, ,tb.. ,.,.II .," .. d..... .lit. .,;, ..I!nn,poiirtv| | sl.
1.1" i .I..I\.J t I 0 II t , ,
ti kH".I.I I It .
the makes i MII i i oIIlo.t" I" ''h., 'aoflbol ,
hills
in Kentucky The material sleep rest. 1"H"I.I.,. ami, '
She lives
AI'-x lla\
' on my street. in H ,,,1..1.t I "f I'-I." hl.. | o ._ u nHi L'
'I-- and evidences of his gratitude i ale many .;: ful and refreshing. Are a few more cents added to the \\llhlii a I 050,10 11101.. I t ou. .0. .f'I.' I,. .1 11" '..' ., .11-1 .1"1.| i ,,| 54'.illon 3.
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I-allllll": i nf t htun' 11 r .f I III' , ,, '
"' 01 p.u .11' l.in ] 000 i ,
-e; .o'' '' -til 2. .
about ,. This wonderful )" H.iiiu. 2S :
Barcislotvn
and happily these tax rate too great a price to pay for I a .t a'-tliiK of I In Hlo. I klot.iol.. i M Hhill )I" 'I d". ."|.1.| ..1. ,to lh, \'I.i."I'' '' Hill lOiiHt.of
,
LICENSED EMBALMER taut-ti to coiiBldir tin .husin.Hs, .
are extant today. It may indeed be .. medicinal tea contains health the of Int.iHI 1 .iripl. .mil. 0. i II 111.,1.| "? t.I-, | fore I ho
M
living and of flits .
iio efficiency
., :! .. joy :, I H t' .1.0'.11110"i t aiiil I. .i .1..1. I I.nl., 1 Hi\ ;
ppuslte Court house .-aid. that a potent art influence wasexerted .0 21 different .ttilIaboll.ylat'l I I for tin' gto, rum''', nl ol 1/1, Nov. ttil't \ I D 1913' to.-
citizenship ? Can we measure happi-I its affairs i nor ImoiiKlHtint, : : wii 1 tin I :ltd, cl.1\| ,,.C :N.iv.inli..r.
KIW8IMMEE FLORIDA. in the academic circle of St..Jos'ph'oJ a herbs importedfrom ness in terms of dollars and cents ? of In. oi pot I iiIiooti I 'anil'Mllh(I tin I t)In,I\\N HIartlflia 'I I sa'd'IT I I 1:111 I::; I win" i,,. ,ak,.?, ,IH C'"C""H,.,,I.

Bohemia and has been of tin .stall. of "Klorlila. whli I h l\, I l\ 1"'fCTlfI-H: DltpFKHH:I that
college at Bardhtown and of endorsed i vH I UM| .
| c'l"1 .
The p I
most valuable asset of Americais maIn I ihlivh.il.. on. sveek0
: r..1".111..1| oi niminlid, an ,. . It
by Pope Leo XIII the Em- .1.i : "' ,, ,,1'I i I 12)' ''"" ,,. utlvi.
the neighboring Nazareth Academy her children. I \'lili'd l tin'r<'In i wi-iks In
,
; V. II. J1-NK1NH' K. B. WUOUIIAft of Austria and emi-- Let us provide for 0\HTj'LI'! f I lh. /KIMM, ,",",,"," \an.v (1,117,11: .. a n.wspiip.i -

which i sincorporated in the same religious poror many them generously and sanely.-Pensa- Tin hlKhiBt amount of hid liti'dm', 'MB iMil.llMh. hi Hald I iiMiiola c'ounty

: KNKINS&OODIIAM community, by the donationof nent physicians, besides receiving cola Journal. or \liability to which I his .'01 \pot' .u l.m \.go IT'OHS!to':"' T.ii'' oI"'ulllll.', .",' \In, Maid (I'ounty.
: .J at tlm lan lie : .JstIta-H u i.-t l kins.
the awards any HubJ.ct shall I bo t. n Jiulgei
highest gold medals '
) priceless treasures of painting, thousand dollars . ,of' ,01,1 'li-oil 'Io.t" ". '> ",,1! thy hates Itll

i.t SURVEYORS statuary and objects d'art LouisI ome of which are reproduCed'' NOTICE. I ,' :KTIC'LI, 7 M.tttl ik. ..Ih..r.. anI th., ofh.lal H..I of
by
; .II.t. this :mth .111\| ,
i .r .
: juij A I'
on the cans-and honorary Diplomas The nanit and r. mIlo-i-o B of I h. SituacrIhIog -. I;11:1: J
hilippe after he became the Sovereignof Sealed bids will be received for the ownrp..ral..rH tnic.th.t1. Will
I
iJ Kissimniff Florid.. from held i' OS'; III .1 L < 'i\I2HSTHKKT.; ;
Expositions in Paris purchase of the Methodist tUi' iiiimli.r of Bbar.H' of tin niithoilz.il I .
France .
the which IT ,,
Among I
I. pictures 0 Is Of 4 i
0
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I
: capital Bto.k of I Ii I 'ou rt.
Rome Vienna Florence SchoolBoard ; I lobs i oi ,.orall..11 i HIIIHrrllicd t ; F h
I London recently purchased by the Ill"15115.
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for
.. yet hang in the cathedral church at by .R'h. nro al follows
Bardstown and Liege.. in tecognition of its and situated by the Methodist I \V C' V.'hta, Hr. Tampa Ploildi, u :3 l0-12t H"lh' 'ii foo.., t '""000lI.tiooatts.. .
"St. Peter in Chains"and N
are
f i'-: !Iilili! !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Iili! "A Winged St. Mark" by Van- great curative qualities. This is 4th church 1913.up All to and bids including to be addressed August shstt'tM'K. "Franklin,. KlMBlinmt., .. "Floildii\< 12

l one of the' few articles that is free HhanHSamu.l The I W,- tern
dye k, "St. John the Baptist" and "The to W. C. Bass chairman, and marked I ; 1 S Harp..r. st 1 J.ffi. rHburic instructed PacIfic Railway has
from alcohol narcotics and "Bids for Florida 12 Bhan,. Its engineers/ to
fires
poison.If Parsonage. Purchaser to report
):: ; .. C. F. Thrasher Flaying of St. Bartholomew, by Rubens it does not do all that is claimed I retnove said building on or before 12 I 10)Hharina. ,1 1 >. lillinot... KlKBlmin.. llnrlila along{ the tight of way where it trav
"The Coronation I erses the
of the Blessed Dumas
,
for it will be refunded. Monday September 1st, 1913 as well I). Walter l.oulChmltn.Iorl.la., 12 jmtional forest.Cali. '
your money rorma.
The
SHEET METAL WORKER Virgin by Murillo. and an unknownpainter's I as all rubbish and trash, from said Rhl""". location of fires is in-

) .p Steel Ceilings a Specialty. I "The Annunciation." Such BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO.. lot. Terms of sale: Cash. Board I nhari A .0J II. harris KlHBiinmp. l''lorldn 12 gineer duutcd by u card dropped by the en-

i- Kissihftnee > Buffalo N. Y. U. S. A. reserves the right to reject any and O. Mrlirld.KlHHlmtn.i. or fireman to the next section .
O. Box 696 Fla. a group of masterpieces, these, as Klotl.la. crew met after the fire is
all bids: 12 HhareaV discovered.

: ; ; 1 night grace the transept of an Old :Sold; by Kissimme L rug: Co. Kissim: j W. J. SEARS \ 0.) Vistn. Jr. Tampa 'Florida, 12 H i IH then the duty of part of the sectmn -

YiYi fifiU5fiS! World catheelral and be 30-3t shari-K cn-w to go Lack on handoars
might covetr' mee, Fiona*. Superintendent. Alex JIlt) lit.... Kissittrnt-c, Florida 12 speeders and or
put out the blaze.

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JDA7 AUGUST 1,. 1913.
THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY
GAZETTE
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NOTICE FISH WEIGHING year 1912 and again sang in the choir

Notice Is l hereby "Iven that the following d..crlbed of St. Peters Cathedral:: Charlottetown, ._'

will be. necessary: with to wit of the such amount sale due for taxes herein and.. set or .0 ipPoVuVtJ much the P.! E. bland,'after an absence .f 37 1
and
on the flrst day of September A. D. 1118 adverU.lu.at ih 7'llnb' ? sold at public 3 30,000 POUNDS years. '
v. Osceola County State ofFlorldiu 'Hall at Klsslmroe. No more long winters arid short SummerBargains

.1 -.- -_ _. summers! for Mr. Robins. He has returned -

DESCRIPTION: LAND- -- ''OWNER'-- Tax Cost 45FEET: .LONG to-the.land of equable climate, ,_ i

a Addlllosta coffee,tropical fruits-,- spices, "unbounded ,
at 8 H cor. of Block 11 W of A. C. 4
hospitality and
H)'.. rum N 60,ft. W 100 ft. S quaint tradi-
H 100 ft. .... .... .. CO. WATEi tions. The land "
KILLED of
n --..-...... Leonard IN NEAR MIAMI "Aloha nut, meanIng :
F. _._
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?. BO ft. N of SB) cor. of Block 11 W ..._____.w_. 2.15 1
"Love
A .C. 1. Ry.. run N 60 It. W 100 to you, Good luck," there
F. S 60 ft. B 100 ft _____.._1_. amid the charmng Isle (the Pearls
1C. P, I>r..*...'. A.4ltl sj' .:.. ? Waddell W. D. ___________ 3.36 of ,
fit 'block "0" IT REQUIRED FIVE HARPOONS, the! Pacific: sometimes styled) to end
__
1. HMB. M>S AMIfUlt_, Fife, Warren ----_____________ 1O.$1 ONE HUNDRED his days. :
S and 10 ft oI ; AND FIFTY
I Lot. S and 1, N Block vide: 6 Lot-4. Block _1 Howard Hyatt. C.Walter L. -__________.___.____ 8.26 BULLETS TO* SUBDUE THE ..Mr Swabey vUlted his.friend In the :115acre
? 10.'Block I- ;;=:;;,;;;:-',;:;,;;,_ .__ M __-. 1J.16 Sandwich "
Mentton.A'rnanda Islands
of Block 11 ____...____-_.-_._ ;;' ';;-:__-...-...- 13.18 MONSTER in .the year 1878, .. 0
Nelson A. 8. ___ ___ AND FIVE -
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1, I. and 8. Block It __...__ 1'.95 ; and'traveled "among"the Islands --- , .
for -
Qaulden, Henry ____, _____ __ 4
.. C.'* Addltl.a .__ It.46
DAYS TO KILL half limits -- -
IT. farm mile
6 and a ttrlp 7H feet wide oft of months and 21 days, absorbing their from city: cleared"fenced and crou

nt 6 ._._....__________._ 'beauties and eniovino- fenced and in crop, every foot good land just the place for a fine 1 : '
HesslngFred _____ a more than ,
ll. W......*. S.......... .f I .t OS -- ___________ 18.28Waring
F. L* .1-C..'. BBi-ver > Washington, D. C., July 24.-Fi..h semi-tropical climate, with the odor little grove chicken ranch and truck for family use. and tome to '.
.. _____ ____ I of ell. Advantage of high school church and good market $600 1 :
II and 11 ____________ R. D. stories may go and fish stories days never to be forgotten, of which 3
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1 ___ Farmer: L. R.: :::::::::::::::::: u: sweet including owner' share of half cash. balance two and
oiiI and-,_ McDonald, Fred ________________ 7.06 may come, but the piscatorial yarn related memories of the past come up crop one y.:
34 and 3Sz S3 Porter, Nathan __________________ B."8 by Capt. Charles H. before' him like a dream.In three years.1000acre.
', BI.........'. SsjfcdlvlsJoB-. French, Rosa _____.______________ 8.15 Thomp6
f. 1.. .. c..'. .rry: of Let M a sea-beaten mariner of Miami, FI the year 1878 Honolulu was a improved farm handy to city large grove lots of : ;

I' ____ ___ ___ ____________.____ ida makes all others like large village dotted with charming Are e '
I. C....II..F69 William, Sam __________________ 2.08 appear a improvement: yeti interested if so.write ui we will send you

__ ___________-__________________ Dibble V. L. ________ 18.46 bush league alongside of Ty Cobb. villas set in neatly kept grounds with full particular This i* a Home Right ands' halth retort. Investigate .
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NE cor. of Lot 76 runs 8 189 ft. ---- Said fish was right in the midst of verdant surroundings interspersed by it.
S10 tt., N 189 ft. E 210 ft. ___ Tlner. S. A. ________ r
n n ____ ___ &.9& gorgeous blossoming flowers.
| 78 less beR. NW cor. run. S 816 ft. Washington for more than five months Since
187* ft. N 816 ft. W 1274 ft. .___ Dibble, V. L. 21.66 while a Washingtonian J. S. Worm- the date named the village has burn- 8760 acres colonization property well 'located cheap and on '
NE cor Lot 80 -------u '
N42ft.Ellaft run__SUit.___._____W___11__> ed down, also visited by the bubonic easy term If you are able to handle this, we will be pleated to rd
both mounted it.
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Qreen a. R. ___________________ 7.16 1
42 ft. 8 of NK cor. of Lot 80. runs plague Phoenix-like she has give you full and complete particulars. Lots of money can be made
84 ft. W 816 ft. N It* ft. B IX ft As Cant. Thompson in company with arisen from this I

42 12*ft.ft E 8 119 of ft NE__cor.-------n of Lot 80 __ Qreen. a. R. _____u_____________ 12.76 W. I. Brooks, a Cleveland lawyer, anda from the ashes more beautiful than tract. '7!

40 ft. W 116 ft. N 40 ft. E S16 runs ft__ Muse, L.li y __ ____________ 8.66 Norwegian sailor were cruising off before and now boasts of a popula- Several place to rent to parties who want to work and learn all ..1
81 89,_less_____ _;__NE____cor.____runs_W__216____ft.__ Mile*. E. 1.. ___un_________________ .1..0 the coast of Miami Florida on Juno tion of 60,000 souls. about Florida. It will bear investigation come tee us, we will fit .- "

S62 ft. E bef'& ft. N 262 ft Hansell. ______ 1 there in "Quaint Hawaii" whose out in what want.
hhU W. T. ____________ Z1.B6 1912 hove sight a huge very name you you
prt,8 _D.__._._ .Addition_______-________________- Wallace, J. S n________________ 1606 monster the like of which men never voiced by a native is symbolic of beauty Anyone having idle it and "'.
place safely
Of Block *M L" -__un________ Small. Mary -___________________ 18.66 before laid A mighty I hospitality and ease. money can profitably. '
fcof SW% of Block "1' L" .-__u_- Cofrdell. Silas _________________ 6.n eyes upon. here getting absolutely safe security on real estate at high rate of int. i 1
iof Block "UL" .__ u____ __-____.- Bass Chari"u__ 1606 struggle for supremacy ensued and .
bxcept 8W4 of Block "VL"fof Savage, J. W. __________________ 17.38 declared the victor. 'BOOKS 0 BE: We have many groves in bearing that cart be bought for let j
man was USED
Block 6 _._ :==:=:
-- - McGee Mary W. ______________ 1'.0&
|4, 2, and 8. Block 7 __ ___ _____ Melsner. A. J. ___u_______________ 31.66 Five harpoons and 161 bullets tfVFfe 1 i 1 than they are worth and are safe and profitable invettment i
f Lot. 4 and 5. Block 8 ______n__ Calkins. R D. ________ ________ 1086 : '
I..1 and 2. Block 22 _____ --____ Fisher, M. K. _________n_________ 13.46 required to subdue the monster, and I. IN EXAMINATIONS Write us for anything you' desire we will be glad to give you ..
1 and 4. Block 22i ______________ Minx. Mrs C. A. EU ____________ 6.66 it took five to kill it. reliable i,
days Before it
i 8, 4 and f. Block E _____n_______ Addis Welford _________________ 36.86 informaton free of charge. :i'
Ixcept a strip 86 ft wide off Send was under control it smashed a boat I
.Block N _____ _____________ ._ Hogan Hattie L. _._______._ Z6.76f LIST
B... and: Addition u into thousands of .nieces and_____ knocked mn___ I FURNISHED BY STATE NELSON REALTY COMPANYBack F

Robinson Fred __________________
- - --- ----------------- 4 86 the rudder and propeller off a 30-ton SUPERINTENDENT
- - \on..gan. A. E ______________ ____ 240 FOR SEPTEMBER of State Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. t4
1p 64 ft wide ir'NIie of Lot 6.. Smith. JlnI ______________________ 4.36 yacht. The crew was towed around EXAMINATIONS. -- ;+ t
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i Florida It. H. Co. "F-
.. Block 1 -._ Hick, M. J. _______,____________ 31.66 the ocean for thirty-nine hours by the I
.-at most Easterly cor. of Lot 7. monster at a speed of about 45 milesan .
ck 10 run 8 43 detr. W 60 ft. N
.deK W to Stewart Ave.. thence NDCT hour. When it was finally broughtinto
State
said Ave to mo.t Northerly cor.t Superintendent of Public Instruction C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. '.r

7. then 8 47 drg. E to beg. .. Nelson Realty Co. ____ __________ 6876 shore more than 5,000 people were W. N. Sheats has furnished i
,L Block 14 ---.... Nelson, L. H. __u__._____________ &&.0& on the steam ship ways at the yardsof the ''
.6. < and 7. Block 1J Lancaster J. A. ___h___________ 76.85Farrtbfr. county superintendents throughout The Waters & Carson
the
BoswpU's Addition Miami Yacht and Machine Com the state a list of books t
L. R. __________________ 2646 pany. City officials judges minis upon .
10, 21 and 22 _=I_II ==.II Waring. R D. __________________ 21.&& which examination for teachership certificates -
_== = Juries. 1... J. __uun____ ____ 1606 ters, the chief of police bankers and during the month of S"ntem-

.IEi Bree.e-_ _-- __ .-hh_____ _______ Sharon. E J. ___________________ 1.75Waring. the greater part of the population of ber will be issued. Prospective appli-
.. el'Sea1 Addition Miami will vouch for the Grocery Company r
story ac-
t. Block '' _- .. M E. nu______________ 39.46 cants for certificates have been anxious ,
-, Block DiMataews ___.-..- Powell), Annie _____h______ ______ 176 cording to the captain. to know upon what text books f

,of Lot 1. Block Addltle.-0 ..- Brad haw. U _.. _______________ 966llarrdson A huge picture of the creature was their examinations would be boned Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES l''
*NW cor. of Lot 1 Block "S" run presented to Secretary of State Bryan The list
ft ft. E 73 ft. N 84 ft W 73 ft : E.V.. __hh________. 8.66 furnished by State Superin- : ';
tfm .Subdivision M........ Ad- yesterday by T. D. Dunn, who, in part- tendent Sheats follows: .

__ 1 5 and 2. Block B Farmer, L. R. __u______________ 8 25Rogers. nership with Capt. Thompson is ex- Algebra Milne's High School; .
f. A. Patrick'AddlpvB- hibiting the "fish" at Atlantic City. American Book
ft. of Block dr. O G. _u__________h___ S.06 Company Atlanta, .
.-NpEScora of Lot51.fBlock N. run The commoner has a winter home at Ga., SI.l.Tory. -

_147.61(7.l ft.ft.. W 147.6_. $_ ft.N_ -8768 ft. E N..IH'm.V.. J. un______________ 16.66 Miami and has seen the monster many and Practice-.\\ hite's Elements !:! 00800000 . 00 0000 4> 4> 4> 4> > 4> 4> >4> d> d>d> d>>4>d>d>

111.* of Lot I, -Block-n 0 -r.- Dibble, C. F. ____________________ 10.86 times before it was transported. of Pedagogy; American Book O ;
1p 4 If of A. C. L. H R. except land 0 WE SELL 0 O WE BUT .
6wned by J. McPhatter --- Nelson A 8. __________________ 11.16 Attempts to classify it have been Comnany; $1. 0 HAY. : .
lieS' Nil cor of Lot 2. Block S run S made at the Smithsonian Institution
ullf\v57ft.N118ft E6715ft__ Parker W. F. __________________ 24.16Parker ArithmeticMilne's ProgressiveBook 0o HIDES, C'
3a*r MW cor Lot .. Block S run H 118 but do far all have proved futile. It III; American Book Company OO GRAIN .
__________________
M.
.111 '0 ft N 118 ft. W 90 ft. A. 865 weigh is
1 ]Block S .- Parker Anna May ______________ 96 6 30.OOO pounds, 45 feet long 41c. FURS +
3L llarwrir* It.-II.bdlYl.lo* of 23 feet 9 inches in circumference, 8 Grammar-Hyde's Two-Book <. FERTILIZERS.oOo. .
Coursein
T ..d V) *f "'. A. r...."..'. < WOOL .
feet three inches in diameter; has a English Book II; Southern School
,f Sand mm -EH of Lot 7 Dibble V. L. ________________u 695 mouth 38 inches wide and 43 inches + SHINGLES, oOo. .
Book
Depository, Atlanta Ga. 46c. .
,
4rwa Habdltl.loB. .f D'_". M, 9 ;
!. .( W. A. I-........'. Addltloa deep, and a tongue 40 inches long. It History-Our Republic, Southern ORANGE BOXES 0 AND w'
e and 7'Patrick's Warln, R D. __________________ 1605 l
4 .
-._ has several thousand teeth. An ani- School Book Depository 65c >
AdH' ,
ft wide off of S mal weighing 1,500 taken ORANGE WRAPS 4> ALL .
.'In:lea Block a strip 11 60.....___ ___. Nelson L. H. _____-_______-____ 16.06 pounds was Florida lIistory-Bennett & Bre- 0 0 .
and 3, Block IS --- --- Dibble J. C. __u_____________.__ 3K.45: from its stomach. Its liver tipped the vard's; American Book Company; 64c. VEGETABLE CRATES 0 COUNTRY .

,98..s' Addltl.uLe.l.y's .. . Neff. M. C, _.__-._____--?______._ 8.06 beam 1,700 pounds. / Civil Government-James and San- 4> .
-- --*""*
..iti;. The monster had all the characteristics ford'iOur Government Southern .., CRATE NAILS, PRODUCE. .
. Hick, M. J. ?-*..:..-_....,.-....- 1.06 ; 4 .
i5nd It-, :::::::::::::: Donegan A. E. ................. 6.66 of both fish and animal l, contraryto School Book Depository;, COc >
18. 14, f
.000 . . . . 4> 4 4> > > d> d>4>00. ....>.
+
|Sand SO _____...____________- Doneican, A. E3. __....--.__---._.._- 1.7&Don.gan. all laws of natural history. Its Civil'Government 00 .
111. and .24 A. E. ..___.__.--._._.__ 1606 of Florida-Yo- .
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22. ---------------- _._________ ______ "
Kanslar. M. E. 3 05 tail measures 10 feet from tip to tip. cum's; E. O. Painter I
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tl 0 'd--i -====::=::::::::.::=:::: Donegan. A. E.-__n_________.__ 3.67 A fin is 8 feet Company, De- "We sell field and garden seeds of all ''klada.. r' "
pectoral long and 3 feet Land Fla SOc.GeographyFrye's.
,'. Lilly's Addition O'Neal. Henry ____.__ _________ 23.86 ; We give special attention to fitting out hunting and cmmpisiK partlsnV ?,
> .4,, 4 6 and tnd "6.. Block Block 4 1 -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_--n--_ Donegan, A. E. _____n n_________ I 6> 00 wide and a dorsal fin 3 feet long and Higher Geography Freedelivery in dtj UmiU. Phone No. J%.
i C.....'. A..n.B ..- 2 feet nine inches wide. Its hide is ; 65c. We are county agent for good fertlliier A.h ui fr circular a.. t
ck A n_______________ ---- Bryant H. F. ___________ ___ 1216 three inches thick and has no scales Agriculture-Duggar's Agriculturefor prices on fertilizers at

It./kt.-60 Farmer, 1... R. __________________ 201Ashton resembling that of an elephant's coat. Southern - .
9. 49 and -- -- -- ---------- -- Schools; Southern

*... ParkBlock 4 ______._______ Rudolph _____00 ________ 149 A remarkable tale of the briny deep School Book Depository; 60c. in 11 i i ii n i n i I I M I I I 111 I I I I I I
-- u u _. __________
and 6. Block 8l" --- -- ----- lloneganCattle Co. n 367 related C. A. CARSON.President.. J. A. CRANFORD. 8. ... LUPF1
1 ---- Alv.'y.OJ, J. _____----nu__ ____ 201 by Capt. Thompson is that Physiology-Ritchie's Human Physiology i '
Block Block 12 12 =- ====::===::== ::= == Alvey. 1.:. L. __________ ________00 2.01 concerning'(' a shark caught off the ; Southern School Book Vlos-Prwtdrat. SaerotaQ i
bland 2. Block---12 Nelson A. B _._ __oo____._______ :367 Depos- :
10. 13 _-___--__--__-_-_--__-_-_- -_- Hicks, M. J. _________nn___ 240 coast of Florida. A harpoon was itory; 60c.
9. Block Parker, Mattie __ ____________.___ 2.14 thrown at shark which
IgtBlOCk 14 -------------- ------ a failed to Reading-Any text. .

,4 Donrican's.. "1.54 sad NnbdlvlBlon HH of *KYt of of WV4 MC'ABV4 of move after the first thrust. Investi- Physical G"ography-Maury-Sim KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ;
........ :25. H.. 9116 --
$ Block IK Tp.6 _______ _BV ____ Doncgun. A E _______________ 305 gation failed to reveal any other onds; American Book Company; $1.20. .
- u
and Block 10. 8 __ __ ______n_________ u..IK'r, Mrs M. A ______hh 240on..gan wound than the s'ngle one inflicted Orthography-Aswell's 1
.10,
; Block 1Uttcd \) Cattle Co. _____ __ __. __ r, SI new Century }
3 U Z and-10.l.mmtm- --00-------- by the harpoon, ordinarily not enough Speller; Southern School Book :

Of SVii> Sec 16 8. Tp.330 26 tt.1 R 29.to liBSn W to kill a shark. The I body was opened Depository; 18c. ** Rough and Dressed ..
runs :
>4K cor.
y. of *<,<.. 16, then N 33Q Nlof toK. and a barrel was found on the inside. When thought advisable books have : j'
) also. IrKR Ix-K 220 ft SBBr. > Inside the barrel was found an enormous been chosen from the list
8 627 ft adopted
,110: rune i ft N 627 -ft.V_ -210_- noo ft. _______ Nelson A S _____________;-u19115 quantity of fresh fish. Apparently .the State text book commission. by ,. PINE LUMBER
'.0 yds N of SB cor of 8W': runs
'4 of tier 15. Tp 25. H 29. the fish had died of starva- I :

1" >'tlsV 69>,4 }'d... if fo 13+ >ds.. I'; Joins, L. J. -________________-__ 27.36 tion. .
:16 i;Tp 25 EASY RELIEF I ,. ,1 1
lot ySW'4 of 8Wi4"s Smith A J. _.__ h________.__-__ 35 fc5MIlilH
i': cor. of 8W 4 ur NW %- Sec'zV. COULD SEARCH HIM HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

$?, It 2*. runs K: 210 ft N'1,' ft IV : I \\. H __.--_--.------_-- 365 The stranger in the little town in FROM CONSTIPATION :I. "Ii
1. .8 210) ft -" .
'. ----- Nova Scotia had waited patiently .

C F. TISON. ,' KlHHlmm.L City. Florida.. through four long days of hard rain. , , .
The
cull."r (> .
Tao Remedy that
... When he awoke on the morning of the Replaces CalSmel -

_ 'B y, .1. R. OILBIlitiuly co.ecrIRCSTRY fifth day it was raining as, hard as Causes No Restriction of
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Ltr
--- ever. lie packed his things and wentto Habit or Diet. I ----- ---

cut, White pine and Norway pine will the office of the hotel to pay his I I i i I
fOR | be planted. On others the timber already I

I (rowing will be preserved l.ill."I>os the' sun ever shine in this i\ It is a mistake to take calomel when I THE H. G. SIEVER I .
1 LIGHTHOUSES yourliver is .
I through use. On two of the reservations darn town ?" asked l the stranger. | lazy and needs toning up.

the forest experts point out "I don't know sir," replied the i i Hundreds of people in this section I REALTY COMPANY

". the opportunities are excellent for clerk "I've only been here three have discovered that Dodson's Liver I
M. HOUSE BUREAU' AM growing cedar and pine for spar buoys months." I Tone is a thou,anl tames: better and 1

'REST SERVICE COOPERAT- and piling, to be used in the work of "safer and in its action is just as sure ; Prairie Land,:Orange Groves, High Hammock Landa
i
ING IN FOREST WORK. the light house bureau itself. There are none of the bad aftereffectsof Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms

All parts of the reservation can not HONOLULU, PEARL Calomel to Dodson's Liver Tone and ,1.. lt

he devoted to forests. Some areas I no danger of salivation. : :

federal light house bureau and will have to be left clear for protec- Of THE PACifiC For acts of constipation or biliousness I 2,000 acre Stock Ranch, will exchange half value

orest service are cooperating in tion from fire, while others immediately I one or two spoonfuls of.this mild III I for other real estate -:- -:_ .: -:- t

work. Though this sounds adjacent to the beacons themselveswill DESCRIBED BY H. E. SWABEY, pleasant tasting vegetable liquid are R

get it becomes a very simple have to be left bare in order that WHO VISITED TilE HAWAIIAN enough and Kissimmee Drug Co. gives. : Orange Groves all sizes and prices
out by the officials a personal guarantee that
f,as pointed the lights may not be obscured. ISLANDS IN 1878.II. every bot-
i e bureaus, that the cooperation tle will do all that is claimed for it. I I I

tined to the light house districtse Women's Minds are Cleaner. Money back in any case where it faffs. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
shores of the great lakes in Why E. Swabey is in receipt of a letter Dodson's Liver Tone costs only 50 I

untoer states of Michigan and "Of course women should vote," he from his old-time chum, E. E. Robins, cents for a large bottle. Remember II

nsin. The light house res rva- said. "Women deserve the suffrageas dated Honolulu, Hawaii. the name because there are any num- !

rbere, include a total of nearly much as men--more, because their. These two men were brought up ber of remedies sold in imitation of ---- --

[.acres, and range in size from 30Fat minds are purer and cleaner." when boys in Prince Edward Island, Dodson claims. Some of them have ti i

Grand Island, Mich., to 1,040 "Cleaner?" cried the sweet young Canada. Both leaving that county for names very similar to Dodson's Liver DOZIER

|at Grand Marais.examination thing he had taken In'to dinner. "Of the "Great Lone West" in' the year Tone-and are in same color package. LEITHEB'S I US WE flGENCYTh x

they are ever and ever so much These
is Just being start- course 187Q.Mr. imitations are not guaranteedand ,

determine the best forest meth- cleaner! But how do you know that ?" Robins writes a very interest- may 'be Jrery harmful. Go to Oldest and lrtfmt 1Dao,..".,. Arraer In o...>Ja Cousty

o, on the reservations On "Because they change them so much ing letter. He states that he visit- Kissimmee Drug Co. and you will FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

[, from purspe which the timber has been oftener," he said solemnly. ed the home of hit childhood I in the. surely get the genuine.-Adv. 32-1t P-MOMSC: t.a1 / r' I

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!, 'Mark Well ALL TilE WORLD'August

i FORCE SALE 1.


t Saturday Aug. 2f' -

No goods sold ah\ <

9 A. M. admitted
I no one un


f'1 During NEW the STOCK past week IU'TrIlEHEJ several thousand At Greater New York Store Next: to Kissimmee Fla. til opening,

I Domestics dollars worth Shoes of :Xew Clothing.(Goods, Furnishings Staple - The Fraternity Hall, SATURDAY,

have been received, and thi>,
as well as the Kirst-Cla Stock on AUGUST 2
hand must be sacrificed it, order to ,

I I.r I creditors satisfy: the Everything fiendish JlI'O"f mu-t\ bold of our This 'Glean) and Up-to-Date Stock of Merchandise to Be Sacrificed for the Benefit of the Public ---- -


:r This splendid stock of high grade merchandise consisting of wearing apparel for men, women and children, clothing, dry good, shoes, furnishings, notions, Our Piece GoodsDepartment ,

;t Hut for the millinery and up-to-date novelties; all new, clean and fresh from the world's largest mills and factories has been placed in the hands of Wm. Friedman, the
J; tales promoter, and is Authorized to sell the entire'stock for whatever it will bring. _

;"j GREATERNEW We want t" impress upon the ladle,
of this, vicinity that we must a.criftreur
J stock of Piece Goods, and that th

: : STORE YORK Sale Saturday r AUG 2 at the Greater r r rD New York k Store 'il.will values probably which. never we offer again in bedupliea this Ui

I Beginning i Wo have a Special Counter load
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---- ---- oR TEN s oxrl Y with :Matchless Bargains in ever

//:1' i Clearly a TO SATISFY THE ENTIRE PUBLIC grade Sale He'- Tags sure and and on design every investigate of bolt.Fancy this Goods.count:

J WIRE FORCED TO S.ACRIFICETIIESI'OCKINTHESHORTEST: TIME POSSIBLE. THIS ENTIRE STOCK Ol! WELL StI.E'TEIIIfR'J1: : : \ ,
) .Force Sale DISE AT PRICES SELDOM: BEFORE OFFERED IN KISSIMMEE.! AND WHILE THIS SACRIFICE IS OUR LOSS A"JOTR: ( ( G UN, WE WANT Till1I00'n: ) IS SET. THE

Only grim necessity compels the ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS:' TO REAP THE ADVANTAGES OF THIS GREAT SALE. REMEMBER THAT OUR STOCK IS CLKAN; AND YOU KNOW.DON'T DATI

!.. Greater New York Store to quote FIRST CLASS NO' SHODDY GOODS BOUGHT ESPECIALLY FOR THIS SALE-AND THAT OUR PRICES HOWEVER UNWILLINGLY; ON;-; OUR)(: LET ANYTHING KEEP YO
such terrible low prices. PART ARE LOWER THAN THE ACTUAL cos'rT THE MILLS AND FACTORIES. AWAY.
\'t I', Necessity is the mother of invent REAl THESE PRICES
t i tion. We have invented a new schedule CAREFULLY
.:i't. of prices. Read them and profit. AND:' UKNEKIT.::'
< GREAT BARGAIN CARNIVAL In All Manner of
--- Merchandise-Purchasing Power of Money DoubledNo -

L I REMEMBER DATE THE PLACE AND Sale could possibly be more comprehensive; none could) offer a greater variety of attractions of sterling worth in Seasonable, Merchandise.. The IF MONEY SAVING

"I; popular position which this store holds in the confidence and esteem of the people of this county was never better deserved than now. This Sale; I._ mi

1 I original, direct appeal to the economical instinct of thinking people to whom the saving of a dollar is equivalent to the earning of one. We cannot impie-,, means anything to you
If ( upon you too strongly the importance of taking advantage of this wonderful sale--the sale that stands pre-eminent in the matter of values..
LOOK FOR THE YELLOW SIGN
IT WILL PAY TO COME FIFTY :MILES TO ATTEND read this and
I 0 THIS SALE AND BUY DRY GOODS ENOUGH TO LAST FOR A WHOLE; A EAR: profit
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.. t'''.f i :::RHJ.A.D: : TOTE: MANY MONEY-SA"V"IN""GIT :lVrR -

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1 . I LACE CURTAINS and \ MEN'S:' PANTS: SKIRT DEPARTMENT;: SIIOlILHGJINS
IlKMN.NTS:
(i'', PILLOW SILAMSR : Every man can afford a pair of New LOOK1' THESE!
I | Our Skirt Department is complete. From.Our. Shoe Department ..
Pants at these ic.V" don't housands .
; r' [pi and thousand .I'.I'r'm Km dos :Men'.s Fine :Silk; Socks :3aluc !
r i Here is something: you will appreciate: I arc, so it sells I Men's_ $! 00 \\ hale, our Skirts arranged so $2-50:? ( :Men's Shoes for __ __00 $1.19! rant of all kind- of cloth from I dug;, . -- U!

:200 pairs Lace Cuitam c will be <.JI\*- line Pants lot of $2.50! ;) ) 1'ant111 up dot k H stupeery ; K9c,-; \ ou i an soo the price yourself. It $:U)0)( :'Ilt lI's Shoes, for _ p __ $1.89/ bam- lo. Sr Ik will be almost. giMnHOI )HIM' do*. Men's 15;*: Socks for __-_.7\,
: \ played at these low pricefiont <1lc'l;! I I \ cheap at _ .P _ $1.M'J: \ i- to t : out interest to "come and ex- $1.141Iell's;\ Shoes for _ $2.B9(;! nwa} '.mi., dart. Indies' Hone!, 15c( values for 7,
JI" 93c $1.39! to $2.69-A UK! (; VALUE.DON'T \: I lot of 1'ant all color-, aniii.r nut' full line of Sklt.t""I __ _
i One elegant in $5.00 :.Men's Shoes for 00 h $.1.39: 'tItI> do/.eii' Infant'-l bare Hose, 25
worth $.' at __ $1.79 '" __ __ _ _ _
- l.00. selling d I.adifLinen Skirts to go 79c $1.50 Women's Shoes, for _ $ .98! \aluc> 9c pa
lit'a.h ,, ( lot Pants, in beautiful color-, oo / SE:; FURNISHING: :' ; DKPT)
One '
i 1">'0 Ladle: Skirts, $3.50! value. Saleprice $:!.Women's Shoes for_ ___ $1.19! J I.adi- and1rn's: Handkerchief, {
: I MISS THIS.CHILDREN'S worth up to $4; now going lit: $l.fl'J: _ _ _ _- _- __ _ _ --_ ___ $1.89 _ I'MTowels. 1 large these fiom 3c up.MEN'S.
t DRESSESHurry i CIne> elegant lot of latest designs, $3.00 Women's Shoes for u $1.9S! size; (',try
: : ._ -,0 Ladies' Skirts> $4.0; seller. Sale _ nice ; Sale purr 7c -- -- .- -
worth to $5; now going at $2.49 .1.00Vomen's Shoes for ___ $2.19! -
up -- --
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Hurry Hurrj;- while you $i.00\ Pants.your choice ________$3.69 price 00 $2.39 $1.50 ,. ____ 2.1c:! Towels, laige site, Floh Towel
need them for the warm weather. All $5 Pants in peg tops __ __ $2.85; 35 Ladies', Skirts, $5.50 value. Sale Children's Shoes.for $ .98 and plain. Sale price lie : CLOTHIM:' ;
f, r I j. All Our Children's Dresses to be Extra fine Blue SergePants u which price _____________________,_ $2.89 $2.00 Children's Shoes, for ____ $1.29 ;35c; Large( Size Hath Towels and h Linen $10.00 and $12.00 Men** Fine Wor tt
i tr J ":'l.,[ turned loose at 19c, 39c '43c 69c, you cannot buy for less than $6.50 40 Ladies' Sjdrts, $0.50 and $7 values. All our Patent and Plain Leathers Fringe, Sale price __r_ iflcCOc Suit for _________.________ $\\''
r l.t., \t-ti i,. 89c-;; .and J1.19-Don't miss this. 'a pair; while they last ...... $3.85 Sale price ..01....-......--..,.. $3.39 and Slippers and ,Shoes In. I I Extra large Bath Towel) Sale
'' One lot Blue Serge Pants ___... $2.49IEN.S ... High are price .., ; $1.00)(! $17.00 and $18.00 Men's. Fit
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- -- ; .I7'IES'S }u.d.ed .in the above. .' i Tailor Made Suits for_______ $9.1BOY'S !
I I Ir 15c Pillow i I Cases, good quality. Sale
i : i LACES AND EMBROIDERIES !\ HATS :\ BELTSOn. ,$1.50 Men's and Women's Sandals will' price -._.. ..>_ 8c
'r'One 1 lot of Straw Hats goi.ig at c ..- lot -"Or Belts! at _ ___ _____ 19c go in this sale at _____ __ __ 98c 5.'c; Sheets, full size Sale I '
; j We have a special counter displayed to _ ___ __ ___ _______- ___ 9cOne O' i- lot 7'B.lt, at __ _ ___ 38c price 3lrMile CLOTHINGSJiio :
-- !" Sheets
? in Laces and Embroidenes, such big lot of Men's: Felt Hutin all extra size, )liest quality]
;-\1: asi I shapes and stylc-.s __ __ __ 9" "!;" i 8-inch Flouncin s, high grade Embroidery I ;Men's! $.i! Hats in !flues, Hrowns, \ r .\ S VCRIFICEL' All (Umbrellas and Parasols M: 5O White lied Spreads nice" quality.' f ; :,(t> Hoy's: Suits for -_. __ Sl.i
from 4c per yard to 39c. Grays and all colors at _-_ -_ $1.23\ c cI , AT COST full ,IZ".; Sale puce/, "'.<- :*l .11 Hoy's: Suits for -------$2.4'
Come and examine for I \ ; in all kinds of : < I'W' 10,1 Calicoes'some in the .
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y.Mir-elf :
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I j , \V'r hat a few )pieceof" "nm -I.) 'iio alld, | $H 00 Boy's Suits for. $4.8.VII '
Slu-phrrd \Plaid.s, worthic; Sale very
j uahticSI.IB
shapes, styles and < ;
I now is the time. I ] I ---- -- Linn Table 'loth that f.. ,
__ _ 4c i 111",1\i i.ur HoyN !pants that sold/ for 7ito
All of our $::1! alld,0:\ Hats in cVt-ry parr- .sol.J ."
Il11aglllUhl.hap..., color 01 'quality I 1 t HI piccfs nice quality Hleaching, yard WOMEN'S! COATS I tin-for .Oc and( 7fc yald' we utrt'iin *' :./1 will bf sold for . 43c: 01
sale at :29!! and| ;:1"[, ,
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i at !SI.Hit! I| rude. woith Ilk }'al'd: Sale price 7c :
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: We have made a display !oIF 'i, Hi,'( nice Blenching andprlr. All Women and Mussel ( rats that
special | ( Ill lug lot of :Men's Cap* wet t hi, piecevery '
I LA DUOS'> DEPARTMENT; : I II -- t -We 'j Cainbi'K worth 1 )lj'/2c.! Srlet formerly sold from $10.00 to $!!;, o41 SPECIAL:
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IF f our - - - -- sold . _ __ slIlnIST/
to be for . $I.9H! UI':/1''lclIINI:: I
e t I in 11)1I'l'it: ; o(1\el\ Caps, worth :;>0c, 19c :, _ _____ 8ci up .
arranged an uptodatetyle I - =_ i t II i i r. )pii>ei r s of the best quality Bleaching ,Some Very I Ii ne Coals among these, so We. hat,, large line Al"n'-. .,11. Klastic: Seam Drawers (tIO
We carry a full line of ready-to-wear I II 'I alld'Loiihdalc' (Cambric yard wide, don'l miss them.MEN'S Waist' Hoc trey will of Shut fart' _ -_ _. - 39,
I LADIES' DRESSES: you find )Kind(
r 1" (;iarments. only for the Ladiesucl, > .",, sellfor l"..i' yard. Sale price !9cLOOK --------..- ----- - _, of \Vaist desire any; -
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.. I () Ladies' l rrsses; made Duality -- --- -- you from a [Vend --------
a.s Keady-Made High-tirade; Skirts, Zephyr, trimmed with line embroidery to t tin- very, lines! silk waist.We I t.
MunlmUnderwear, IadieWaists, I : UNDERWEAR: SPECIAL
; worth $;>; to be turned looiat hate divided, them ,
AT
THESE:! into lilfciiini
It Embroidered; Presses, Hosiery Ladies' __ __ .
I, S2.K9 ;,0(>< :Men's Fleeced Lined Shirts and i lots a1 follows: :!,""O) pairs Union) :Made (Overall tl,
Coats, etc., a.nd. will find
you __ 1 1 runk Suit Cases and Hand'Hags
bw I every article marked in plain figures \ Ladies' Supporters! tr = _HtcLADIES' > Drawers, for garment __ _- 31c Lot75c! ; values, Sale lire; :3kLnl !! 7u'gradfor------- 39c! to 89-!
r f and at prices that will please you all. A'E'I"TI11.'il'( - AT COST :'J- $1.00alues., Sale purr 17-
7.;; Ribbed Underwear nice
>c ijuality, L"t:1: $1.51'alu.'Io.
You are cordially invited to look )10 dozen Black Satin l'tl'oatlorth( too for, _'______. Sale price 7'I !).,-
I garment 39c Lot I 1- $2.i:! ) MILLINERV:
and examine t this dpnartment: I. oo values Stilt _
___ price 81.19!
$1.2.: ;), to I be: turned loose at 65)c) Lot S-$2.ro!
100 dozen Ladies' Black Fast "Color 10 dozen Black "lItlwlhloom) Petticoats M OMEN'S WAISTSWe $1.1)0) Extra Fine Quality White Fleeced : values. Sale price $1.:1\1: \ I All of our J.adies' and :Misses' rhildnn's '
I p !Hose, JOc Heller", Sal |pruv> 7c ?'- seller, Sale price h K9c have about 5,000 Waists consisting Underwear for garment -___69c! Lot Lot I 7 ri -I.O;-.OO( ) Values, Sale price SUi1! I < trimmed and readytowe4Hats ;
,r>0 dozen Ladle :2r! ,c Silk] 110';". Sale ."> dozen Black Silk Extra Heavy Petticoats of' Lawns Madras, Percales, All mc Flannel 1 Underwear in light Lot H $i.OO values values, Sale PI'I"I'_ $L7I! I Hats/ will be sold at cost. We hay,
Sale
.l price _ _ l 11c! $."> value. Sale pure j $2.89 Voiles and Sateen that sold as higha medium and heavy weight that sold In the above lots price $2.IX!) !Iih.
included of hat
:25 dozen Ladies Silk .",01.' II"".. Sale -. dozen Colored Talfeta Silk Petticoats $:!.,r>(O). You can pick them out for $1 garment to go for Silk Mulls 1 .. are "Fi'm- laigesl and prettiest line
r price ____ 39c! ; $5 value. Sale priyo __ $2.89 foi.each _-__- _- ___-___ 39c _ _ _ ___ u_ nh garment 69c Silks and Linen(Crepe and, Lawn.Tairetas. (China bargains.in the city. Ladies don't miss: thee,
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f + ) This Entire Stock Must Be Sacrificed Beginning Saturday, August Z 9 A. PIt..



OUR GUARANTEE- Any article bought during this sale and not proving entirely
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