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 15, 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: VID00607
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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T TELL OF THE WONDERFUL GOOD .

THE SOUTHERN SETTLEMENTAND ( "t414 > THE QUESTION OF FORCING, r'
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DEVELOPMENT OH. 1 1I 1I 1I OWNERS TO CLEAR VACANT '

GANIZATION WILL DO ., y-' LOTS OF WEEDS SENT TO
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Those who were fortunate enough! I ra regular meeting of the Kissirn

to be in attendance on the Board of I : mee Board of Trade was held last

Trade meeting! Monday night were I Monday evening, and while there was i' I

given: A treat in two addresses by men I i iI not as many present as should attend
who have undertaken' the development ; each meeting, the matters that came
and settlement of the great I up for consideration were of such an

Southland, their activities! beginningwith \ interesting character, none would have
the state of Florida, because of I been absent had it been possible to

the wonderful opportunities offered I foretell the nature of the meeting.. ..
in this land of sunshine.W. I II It ,just,>appened. that',no one.'suss_ '.
II. Manss, vice president and 11111111 IDIIIIII 111111 iIIII l II( I ; I I' f advised that two distinguished gentlemen -

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general manager of the Southern Settlement .. I II II would be in our midst and would
and Development Organization -: II I I consent to address the meeting, but

and Clement S. Ucker, director i I, when President Triplett was wending r
of colonization of that organization i his way to the' place of meeting he

being in the city, in a few brief remarks -I learned that* W. HV Manes and C. S. e
told of the objects! and plans I I Ucker had motored into the city and s
of development of the association. I would remain for the meeting of the 5 1 .
I Residence of Capt. Clay Johnson, Johnson Street. those ,:toI +
Mr. Manse was for years associated )'Board of Trade. Whereupon L

with J. J. Hill, known over thin conti- I .. ,,-.. -_._.-,--- - - -- I who attended the meeting were well \
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nent as the man who transformed the said Southern Settlement and Develop- : Illinois in 1888 and settled at Daven- pair for their presence.But .
sage grass prairies into blooming gar- ment Organization in placing the The Most Picturesque port, and remained there only one there were also some other matters s'' t ;

dens, and thoroughly understands the Southern country before the people of year, and then came to KIssimmee, I that are of vital importance to .

work for which he has been chosen. the world. Water Route in AmericaFROM and has been identified with our social our city brought out in the remarks j{ tt
lie was very loud in his praise of the I 6. To secure from the United and business life every day since that of some of the members. In a few : i
state of Florida and stated that not ]I States government proper port facili- time. For the past eight years he well selected words John D. Clark y':
one-tenth of the good things, of this : ties at Baltimore and the South Atlantic has held the responsible position of brought forcibly to the attention of f ; ll u
: KLSSIMMEE TO FORT LAUDERDALE ON: THE EAST COAST of the Waters the Board of Trade that then were i '
section had been told to the generalpublic. and guff ports for the handling :I bookkeeper A Carson '
In the course of his remarkshe of foreign immigration. AND FORT MYERSN THE WEST COAST. Grocery company, and is generally a number of vacant lots in the beat 'Ii
stated that had the Southland been 7. To establish the principal officeof : regarded as one of the city's foremost resident sections of the city that had \ t

all active a few years ago as the the'organization's headquarters or business me nand all-round worthy been shamefully neglected by the ;,
Western states, it would have never bureau in the city of Baltimore, Md Kissimmee possesses an unusual hatchee) river begins and runs to the citizens. While he has never. held weed cutter, which fact he thoughtwas

been possible! to settle the West and with as many departments thereof number of attractions to induce thetourist Gulf while on the east bank is the public office, he by training is well deplorable for a city that has ,
Northwest, as the many advantages I and in such cities as the executive !; to spend their winters here, I beginning of the canal that runs to fitted to successfully grapple with any taken as much pride in the beauty of
I Ft. Lauderdale.This I and lawns. Mr. Clark desired
the streets
of this would committee determine.The subject pertaining to the government
,., country overcome any may but there is one in particular thatI.urpasses "
competition on this continent. \ headquarters staff will h.l under route is navigable the entire of Kissimmee, and he can be safely the public improvement commit.
Briefly the organization is formed the general managership of :Mr. j any other to be found on year for boats drawing three feet of relied upon to be among the foremostin tee of the Board of Trade to take the 1
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,I W. H. Manss and will consist of the 'the Western hemisphere-that of our doing everything to bring great matter up with the proper persons in
as follows: water, and the scenery from the start
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I following l branches: I: water route to Ft. Lauderdale on the prosperity, to our people and beautyand order to have a real cleaning of r
The Southern Settlement und Development -
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at Kissimmee to ending at Ft. Myersor
I I Agriculture. Atlantic and to Ft. Myers on the I attractiveness to our city the whole town. There were the'f
'rganization is a'corpo- 1 Gulf Ft. Lauderdale is beyond comparefor who sMed*With Mr. Clark and
ration, not for profit, chartered under Colonization. Eeach winter parties are made up beauty and picturesqueness to I municipal improvement committee will
the laws of Maryland, with headquarters Industrial. I be found : ANOTHER BAKERY ''no the matter attended to "
i Commercial. t here to make this trip, and invariablysecure along any other water routein doubt have 1
at Baltimore Md. j the services of America. From Kissimmee to Ft. '
I Capt. Clay atones. f .
Its president is :Mr. S. Ma\ies( War- Publicity. Johnson and his steamer Lillie for the Myers the route is lined with tropical I FOR KISSIMMEENIEMEYER Reports of committee at Monday' S ,

field, president of the Continental : (Continued on page 5)) .- purpose. In the past these trips extended growth of every known variety, and meeting included that of the'committee I 1
Trust Company of Maryland, and its only to Ft. Myers, but now that hundreds of orange and banana groves.I AND M'LAUGHLINWILL OrT new members, who were granted
vice president and general manager the canal from Okeechobee to the are encountered on the. shores of the i OPEN BUSINESS IN THE I. two more weeks to finish their work.
la Mr. W. H. Mansi, Mr. Clement S. THE CITY CANNOTCENSOR ocean has been cut, the trip can be lakes and rivers.; The course, as far PILLEY BUILDING ON i The special committee appointed'' to .
Ucker teas been appointed director of extended to Ft. Lauderdale and tip the as. the KiHsimmeo and CaloosahatcheoRivers BROADWAY seCure the circulation: of the county

colonization. I PICTURES* Indian river and through the canals are concerned Is exceedingly! -- j( papers by the. county commissioners ? t
Its plan is the most complete com- i -.-- and rivers to Jacksonville or down the crooked, and ic has been said that'one Messrs. Niemeyer and McLaughlinare and the city, council reported success:

prehensive, concrete and business-like CITY ATTORNEYS RULE THAT canal to Miami.Kissimmee could cook his dinner at the same preparing to put up a first class :, with the'commissioners and that the '
which has ever been evolved foi| the :NO SI'1'1fI'THOIUTY IS is!' the head of navigation pine knot fire he Jid his breakfast and bakery. As there is not room enough council had the matter under con- p
settlement and development of tlw II and is situated( on the north shoreof still travel ten miles;: an hour betweenthe in the building they have rented from sideration to be taken up later. ... v
Southern states. (GRANTED; I'NDER THE Lake Tohopekaliga. This lake is meals. I :Mrs. L. W. Pilley on Broadway for W. H. Manss and C. S. Ucker, officials ; -

It had its inception at conft-rence LAW.It I {connected on the south with Lake Cypress A party of gentlemen left this cityon their large! and most complete bakery of the Southern Settlement and r,

of southern governors and presidents by a canal four miles long, Sunday morning, August 3rd, for outfit they will use the two buildings Development association, were Intro- +
of I southern transportation companies will lw' ,lememborea by readers which lake in turn is joined to Lake Ft. Lauderdale using'') the steamer owned by Mr. Niemeyer to do all duced by President Triplett and made 1 I

and representative-; : boards of trade of last week's Valley Gazette that the Ilatchneha by a canal], the south end lloseada: and returned on Tuesday. their baking. Everything will be some very interesting remarks con- ".'
I and chambers of commeice held. in ministers of I the city petitioned the of which flows into the northern fork Without exception they claim the trip brought to the store fresh every morn- cerning their movement, report of ,
rJ 1 Baltimore December r', 1911! and! February city council, at its meeting on the of Kissimmee river, which after running the most enjoyable wthm: their experience ing. The building will be put in first which will be found elsewhere in this '

I :oW.1l1, 1! 12; 110"1'H' idea Mil, to appoint a censor. for all motion / for seven miles empties into '' saying there was not an obstacle class shape and they will handle issue of the Gazette. ('
did not begin to take eonrete form pictures bcfoic they were shown to Lake Kissirnmee- body of water I to overcome, not even a mosquito everything in the bakery and confectionery Mr. Manu, vice president of the association -

until the executive committee met the public, and that the council refer- I seventeen miles. long. At the foot of ] to swat. They say that the t i line as well-as\ candies, etc. 1 having been informed of the v
again in Baltimore on March(
and Mr. W. II :Mans was, "engaged! to foi an opinion. i again and runs in a most circuitous"! alive with birds, and the waters were t are bakers, and there will been designated to represent Osceola %
manage the organization.Purpose At the meting of the council TUesday -:I route for eighty miles and emptiesinto I..sj..>. filled with fish of almost any variety .be no doubt but what they will makea county at the meeting to be held in "
of OrjianUiilion. night the city attorneys filed a Lake Okeechobee. At the lower that one could literally catch success. They are going to put in Gainesville today, asked President' <
the of 'end of this lake the west Caloosa- : them with the bare hands. 1 Triplett to name some one to take
The following ace )purposes written(\ opinion to the effect that the on, i some machinery so as to make plentyof
the organization as set t fOI th in the council had no authority in law to ------ bread for the crowds we will have \ Mr. Stanford's place at the organiza-

charter. censor such pictures, and in fact the will) mean better roads,'Vsk>matter that ding to be held next Wednesday. here this winter. I II tion of a state association. Mans r. t
both Mr.
1 To make! i t thorough; : mid, sricntifie 1 highest t authority has declared that means more to the continued prosper- Arrangements will bp made for per- I The addressed of .1
much appreciated
study "f th.' lesouivcs and possibilities cities are not guardians of public ity of our county than all else com- manentofices, of the exchange and COMMISSIONERSWILLJ and Mr. Ucker were
Board
the
the members of present
Arkansas by
of the stales of Alabama moi' aK." The attorneys state that bined. No doubt the commissioners the work of gathering data for the '
Florida. (Georgia; : Kentucky, full authority is given the city under will at their next meeting outline a ( files of the organization, -concerning LACE SIGNSAT and many new and ideas were which gathered -
facts figures
the
from
Louisiana :Maryland :Mississippi. Missouri police ordinance to deal with anythingof ,'general plan of road improvement,, 'the lands for sale in this county, together ,
North Carolina! Oklahoma) an immoral nature. It is not likely and work U> that end until there is 1! which each parcel of ground is I they presented. extended to ,
THE INTERSECTION OF ALL A vote of thanks was
South Carolina Tenessee., Texas:. Virginia :any further steps in the matter will 'good roads reaching to every cornerin I adapted to grow, so that in a few and .r
A and,! West 1'n gluts, and<) the l est lie taken, as the opinion of the at- the county. 1 weeks the members will be in a position ROADS IN THE COUNTY. GIVING these gentlemen for their presence
DIRECTION TO PLACE their interesting remarks.
practical method of developing l : the tc/r.eys covers every feature of the to tell any prospective pulChns- ____ ._ I ti
SAID ROADS ENTER. .
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I where he locate in Kissim- -
same. case.woRKToNvicrs. er just can
2. To direct public attention, hoth'in 'I CONSTITUTION AND I mee and Osceoli county and secure Commissioners of the several counties
this and in other corrnttie.- to theI I ( land that will grow the crops desired. The last legislature among other of this State shall maintain and keep r
resources and possibilities ->f said I BY-LAWS ADOPTED This organization will mean muchto good! and wholesome laws, passed the in good visible condition at all times

states and more csp-cmlly t" the immense ON COUNTY ROADS, Kissimmee, as the concerted actionof following: said sign boards." '
land, therein. "Section 1. Within ninety days after the committee
area of unmp; ><>\ ,'.l l a body of representative citizens At a meeting of
I PRACTICALLY EVERY REAL ES- like those who compose the Exchange' the passage and approval of this which consisted of E. L. Lesley, A. F.

3. To attract into said -tales cap- COMMISSIONERS! MAKE APPLICATION TATE FIRM IN COUNTY AT- cannot but help. to build .up the city Act, it shall be the duty of the sever. Bass, R. V. Lanier and J. L. Over-

\ italists, investors and d.',.rrahle immigrants TO STATE BOARD\ TENDED MEETING OF and county. al Boards of County Commissioners) street, appointed by the Board of # v
and more especially experienced FOR THIRTY CONVICTS. EXCHANGE WED. of this State, to place at all public County Commissioners, on the llth

t farme.K. and agricultural labor- NESDAY NIGHT. COUNCIL ELECTSCLARENCEL road crossings and intersections of the provisions of the above law were
appointed at the last public roads of their Counties, a sign ordered carried out, and Mr. Lesleywas \..
committee
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"" practicalmeans The board with proper indicating markll'pointing instructed to J ave the signs painted
every
4. To encourage by of the Board of County Com- YOWELL xf
to establish i in I tThe several meeting consisting of Chairman E. Wednesday evening the Kissimmee I in each direction to the city, and posted at all places in the ,r. it. ")
states named of the S-wth b)' erstates missioners Lesley, A. F. Bass and R. V. La- Real Estate Exchange became a per- town, village or community to which county necessary to convey the proper .,'f''l 1-1'I: \ r
otherwise bureaus of agriculture ,- L. with J. L. Overstreet acting as | manent organization with the adoption COUNCILMAN TO FILL THE UN- said roads enter; said sign boards to information to travelers. ". :
or for nier, EXPIRED TERM OF THE LATEL. be properly lettered with the name of
and immigration bureaus the llth, and after H ;: of a constitution and by-laws,,, .
met on
; reliable clerk, IL COHOON. such city, town, village or communityand Carroll who Is part owner of .
of disseminating I exhaustive discussion of the |I which had been prepared by a special C. D. ,
information regarding the resources most decided to apply to the Boardof 'committee appointed a week ago for giving the number of miles in a large turpentine still near Nat-coos- "
of said states. matter of State Institutionsfor I that pu'rpose. It would have been a difficult matter each direction to the nearest city, see, passed through the city Mondayfor J >
and possibilities establish and maintain as far Commissioners convicts to work on the Practically every real estate firm for the council to have selected a I town, village or community; said let- Valdosta, Ga., where Mrs. Carroll ''t'l" y
I 5. To cooperation between thirty said convicts to belongto I i in this county was represented at the more capable man than Clarence E. tering shall be in black color on a and son are spending the summer with V '
roads,
a. practicable States a government, the public known as class No. 1. I meeting last Wednesday, and all the Yowell to fill the vacancy in that white back-ground, the letters and friends. Mr. Carroll while absent will r
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the United of the several states what action of our commissioners : details of the organization were discussed body caused by the death of.Council- figures not to be less than three inches inspect a large farm he owns near .
governments and transportation This approvalof I thoroughly. Officers for the, mtn L. H. Cohoon. high. -K. Fitzgerald, Ga., returning here la"
railroad with the hearty t
named companies, the commercial oldthe will the meet citizens of this county, as it year will be elected at the next meet- Mr. Yowell moved to Florida from "Section 2. Said Board of County about ten days.I w '
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KISS1MMEE VALLEY'' GAZETTE' FRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 1913. )
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,. Mayor Lilly Corrects !


II' Mrs Maria Burger Adams Gilbert )f


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Miss Maria.Burger Adams was born a brother's little boy' "On the.dealt: MADE REGARDING HIS ..ACTIONNENT'' THE CLOSING '

; -in South Carolina, October 17, 1840. of a brother's little girl,". "Willie," NEGRO LOBBY: ON DRURY AVENUE. ., ;

t She watmarrkd--Jamel ROB Gil- To my eldest] boy.Neddie,!? "The old J- ,

; bert October 10, 1860 Two children maid's% complaint," "An Appril Fool I -----

1 : were born to them in South Carolina, to Vince Baldy," "To W. II. B.," "ToC. ,, Editor Valley Gazette: twelve' besides his own, y

after which they moved to Starkville, L. B.," "Work," "Disappointment, I I have mailed a brief communicationto primary.It .

I 6eorgla.f' "The Meddler" "Good Bye, Sweetheart the editor of the Osceola Journali will be recalled by

f' t The family remained for many years ," and "Gossip. I i calling attention! to some of his 'mistakes sition to know/that the

r in this county, where eight other chi! The last, which bears the date of in he ]last week's issue of that nal and all the

dren were born. They' removed to December 1899, is as follows: paper, and as I do not know whetherhe this controversy were ,
D Kissimmee Florida in the fall of 1887. I ] I the candidacy of the ,
"This is the funniest town I ever knew will publish it or not, and as I feelfreer to ;
The history of the Gilbert family the and are hurling their
through
Can't have a friend, but there's' a to express myself j :
in Kissimmee is well known to our columns of the Valley Gazette I am the executive and judicial :
{ stew I i
readers Mr. Gilbert, the husband, indulgence for a more 1 administration even : U
mad asking
your
If attention to one, another gets ,,
passed May 30, 1907. Of the whichhe 1 shal, whose candidacy
'CV away And watches and listens to all thatis lengthy discussion of the subject :
children there are mne song and one said. styles;) the "negro ]lobby," and the although, as any well :

daughter. Six of the sons, namely: attitude of the officers toward the ;i knows the marshal can
have of city:
So the first chance they en- :
l' Edward Allen, James Ripley] Addison 1 a wa/rant where an 11
u larging on you same.
Starr, William Cunnihgham, Alpheus :' Good gracious alive, you don't be- In the first place the "negro lobby,!' i I mitted in, his presence. :
d Dickerson and George Alexander, and so-called, is practically the same as it or's requests that they :
lieve it true
j, the daughter Mrs. Mary Talulah Gilbert ; of molehill has existed for the past five years, or ,! out warrants in. due
so
That mountain out a
"J Bandy wife of Tax Collector I a made. at least during our residence in Kis- I IE deaf ear, yet at each : "1 4
1 could be
Charles L. survive. soon residences -! before" the council :
y ,, Bandy And don't recognize a wordyou've simmee, except that several new are
Mrs. Gilbert was afflicted with you have gone up in its vicinity ;: action by that body. : {

;"" asthma for nearly fifty years, and ; ever said.do be intimate I and beyond;) and the owners and occupants -,,, they know anything, the
So the best to -
f forty years physicians said she could way;) I of these very naturally find''only' act through' the :
with
not live long. 'Yet in feebleness she Then there'll none. be no cause under the I i the negro boarding house, or lobby if I Ij I isterial officers, but : I

trod on, living a life of'great industry I j you please, unsightly and to a degree : the lines it is easy to I

t and faithfully meeting her obligations sun and I annoying. No one, so far as I have II I tI schem is to inveigle the : :
should torment worry
I to het family and church. Why out they your life I heard, certainly the writer, blames I II saying something or : I i i

On Thursday, August 7, 1913 she ;) them for desiring the removal of this tion that would appear as
With this continual tattling, gossip j
attended a reception given at they and strife." I I menace to their peace and happiness, I on the mayor. : ): J

y, Graystone Hotel] by Mrs. Andrew I and in spite of any sentiment to the I If these gentlemen are : Jj j

Johnson to the Ladies Aid Society of I II "Moral: Attend to ;your own business :: contrary, the negro, like the Indian, might do well to consult ]

I the Presbyterian church of which she and let others alone." must go. I torney, as the council has IJ J

had long been a member and a dayor beautiful We have pointed out to the com way. It is a favorite 1l
Mrs. Gilbert lived a truly ,
two later took pneumonia from the plainants our theory of the case, but shrewd individuals to
devotedto
Christian life and was
; effects of which she passed away at her children to an exceptional de- they persist in running to the council : else's paw to take their r
\ the home of her daughter Saturday, with their complaints instead of em- out of the fire. J
The end was full of peace and J
; August 9, 1913, at 9:30: o'clock p. m., gree. ploying the means which the council ; We fail to perceive any I ,
Children grandchildrenand
il !: in the midst of her children and grand- I resignation.loving friends afforded, her all the has already provided. The council at able difficulties in .'

children. I III until from exhausted its last meeting took the only rational thing that is so )
comfort
The funeral was conducted by her I possible action it could have taken by referringthe constitutes a public
she fell asleep.
I pastor the following day at 2:30: p. m., vitality;) falls heaviest matter to the city attorney, the I I fellows declare and
The naturally
grief
I a large concourse of people being I / who had been Journal's statement to the contrary, where except to theplace
on the daughter/ never
present and the six living sons acting notwithstanding.The by the council through its
mother and the /
from her
j I as pall bearers, the remains being in-I tenderest separated sympathies of hosts of editor of that paper is a journalist I We are not particularly I

; terred in the Rosehill cemetery. of two week's pith, who, like the strictures of these
friends go out to her especially and I f(, c
r That she was a woman of great industry Jonah's gourd, in a night it would seem they are !
/grew up
all concerned. May they all find
I'i, I is known to all, and that she to knows about as much or nearly as I campaign pretty early. I :! t ti
,ample consolation in the Christ whom
i I was one of rare sentiment and the effect of ] to |
E t much of a legal statementor interesting some
attested the following -II she. trusted and served. i
t.qi thoughtfulness, is by proposition or the enforcement of what part the editor of i 1

1\ I facts: law or the government of a city as I is to take in the ; 1
tv She-left record CARD OF THANKSWe
a complete family the people supposed he knew when ina be pulled next year. As a
:E in exceptionally neat and convenient desire to express our deep and ( 4;
spectacular campaign last spring he can hardly;) be consi t
\ form beginning with the births of grateful appreciation to the good peo- '
g after resorting to all the means of ad- made good. As a : t
herself and husband and including the ple of Kissimmee who so generously : I
vertising and by appeals to sectional he seems, destined to be i ituccess.
t'; grandchildren. She kept trace of bestowed their sympathy and gave prejudice he managed to roll up the I' : _4 11

these and on each birthday and at their willing aid to us during the ill- magnificent number of thirteen votes i ,

Christmas she made a present to every I ness and death of our beloved mother. b___ ____ ----= '
one and treated all exactly alike. May God be merciful in bestowingsuch \ n 1
and expects it to develop into a fine figures given of the fall
She also left a little book in which sorrow upon them as has befallen 1
I Johns river, but
are written neatly in ink fourteen original us. crop.The made.'j'
I growers are optimistic over the is a big drop between I
The Children
of
] poems. Here is a copy of the 1
first page: Maria B. A.: Gilbert. vegetable outlook and are preparingto Lake Monroe to justify I
put out a much larger acreage "water won't run up hill.
"This little book .I keep to amuse
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than last year. Some folks say the Some time ago Mr. G.
myself when I feel] lonely and sad."
TWO THOUSAND acreage will be double that of last was about to construct a
{ "My first attempt at Rhyme." I
II year. It is said there will be closeto I Lake Washington near
I
4rt k. "Weep not for me, ye friends so dear, I ACRE IN TRUCK 2,000 acres planted in potatoes, tomatoes the St. Johns river, and !

.iI k.r For I am to my Jesus near, : celery, lettuce, egg plant, This caused the }
m But for those who 'round peas, beans and small acreage in other to raise a kick which .
,' ; weep you
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!r "''. Careful Inquiry.brings out the opin- \I ,
varieties. Florida Growers' News.TOWNS .
; canal
> IVstand, nevet being
ion that the fruit crop will be. about 1
That you may meet at Christ's right While I New Route.
equal in size to that of last year.

hand. some of the groves seem to be on a NORTH I A new route much
And I e'er that I will meet ,
hope long \
strike and will not yield more than a [ lieved to be more direct
You all in Heaven at Jesus' feet. had last : Lake l J
third to a half of what they FAVOR CANALHALL the Harney of i
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Greensboro Female College-1865. year there are other groves that will I From Lake Monroe at
This written in her sixteenth I II
was have from a half to two-thirds larger I into Lake Jessup, then
year and shows that she was then a WRITES THAT JACKSONVILLE -
estimate is that there I
crop. The now Jessup by canal a few
and this is the FEARS IT WILL LOWERST. I
trusting Christian se- will be around 170,000 boxes shipped place where the I
cret of her noble life. JOHNS RIVER AT TIDEWATER r
from this station next season. creek makes the bend
The other rhymes that are variedin SANFORD
The groves are generally lookingfine. thence south by 1|
length are on the following subjects The condition is healthy and SAYS "0. K." to Lake Hart and East

1 t : thrifty. There is considerable June kaliga. This route

"To my dear father (deceased)" "To bloom here some groves being parti- ( By ISAAC S. HALL) least twenty;) miles in

', my dear Husband, on his departure cularly heavy with it. Everybody is Mr. Isaac S. Hall, secretary of the I out a doubt the route by

v 'I' from home during the first year after of the opinion that this fruit is go- St. Cloud canal association, stoppeda Poinsett will be

1' their marriage," "On the death of ing to be of good value next spring, few hours in Sanford and remaineda committee.

day in Jacksonville in the interestof Without a doubt it will

the canal project connecting the for all the statistics
+I M I I II I 11 I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
St. Johns and Kissimmee rivers. be gotten ready at once

L I' He says: "The question has been the engineers who

Can You Save up before the Sanford Board of Trade so to show that the

and met with their approval. Mr. J. feasible from a I

K. Bates, president of, the board, favored This information was (

the idea of uniting the various engineers' office. I

17 Cents' a Day? cities along the proposed route intoan The St. Cloud canal is / i :1: t,

association or league of some kind ernment canal because I

I for the purpose of bettering the water- I navigable/ stream before

There are many persons who qould save but do not, overlookingthe ways between Jacksonville and Fort j I constructed, according to I h{

real value of a dime feeling that it is not worth while. Thee Myers. A meeting of some kind I received. For this 1I I i ,

-,. error which these people make II in this: it is not the amount that is should be arranged in the near future :( road have right to let I :\
: RO as to get things in working order. ''in the canal remain until i ,
so important in attaining a savings bank account as it is the regularity I
: He also favored the
petition more so I considered government II i
-the constant practice of depositing regularly in some reliable : than the endorsement' of boards oi this ease parties. owning I t

;; savings bank regardless of what the amount may be. trade. The two would be more effective -I I ing, canal will be !,I ]

( 17c a day or.$5.00 a month, : he thinks. \[ right of way if they do ] ,I ,'

deposited regularly every month in the Savings Department of the :, The committee appointed by the ',land to the /government
d Jacksonville Board of Trade to consider i f
Citizens Bank of Kissimmee will at the end of twenty years amount: : poses. 6
the canal has
proposition not Major Slattery has I I

': Total Deposits 1200.00 : met a.s yet, because the chairman Mr. from this district to I
L. A. Wilson is in The impression
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i \ Europe. Which I is? a promotion. :
i Interest earned 632.84 : I
I seems to eist, that the proposed Ladue, who has been in

I' + .+ 1832.84How : canal will have some effect of Chief Engineer of U.
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t' I draining the St. Johns river or the Washington, D. C., will JI I

about Christmas time? Are you laying anything aside now : tributaries emptying into it, thus effecting Mr. Hall will '.

s i for the Christmas Holiday season? : the water pt Jacksonville. to Florida for several '

t' If you'll] start that Savings Account now you will have a substantial : This is impossible as Jacksonville has will visit his mother, I '
:" 18 inches of tfdt wi- ,er, while at Lake catur Illinois lie
:1 balance in our bank by Christmas time. :
Hart the highest ody of water is convention in Kissimmee
Four per cent interest paid every three months. : 66 to 74 feet above the level, accord- of November for the

i We Invite your account. II ing to the government figures. Lake ing the many towns into
J : Monroe at Sanford is 3 to 10 feet organization. His plan

: I above sea level. Lake Ilarney is 3 to, which resulted in the

I ? Citizens Bank of Kissimmee ,: to 9.5 feet above sea ]level. Lake of trade cooperating in I

Poinsette is 13.7 to 17.5 feet above putting forward the

j : sea ]level I according to the information Nothing can be done
"
"' : given Mr. Hall at the Engineers' of- ber except to remind
z ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER, *
J fice. Maj. Slattery was not in the Florida delegation to

,! : f President Cashier : city.Mr. Rivers and Harbors Dill I

,' a IIMIMIMIIIIII 1111i ini : Hall somewhat> questions tAe preliminary survey to be .
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HELP SEMINOLE Is'a factor In procuring and securing 040..400.00. .' . .. ..- '. ... .-. .. 00404440PP0404N44f4404. ('., si
for SPARKMAN GIVING "
us the most desirable citizens.
The loafer, tho' undesirable, soon'finds
e, INDIANS BECOME out that work and intelligence are MUCH .TIME TO /----:2-- GOOD :;i

needed to make a living here, and he ,
being a stranger to Industry and
SELF-SUPPORTING
brains exercises''the instinct'-of-self- POSTMASTERSHIPSJAMES FENCE ]

preservation and moves where'a temporary'living IV
h -
can be more.easily ac I

SPACER GOES TO EVERGLADES ahead quired.and But is willing the man to.work who both can head see L M'MURTY OF FLORIDA I A FTER years and of experimenting ..

expense,
L- and muscle
and is blessed with the '
qualities that makes him stick through and labor; 'the; makers

1 l WILL SPEND SOME TIME AMONG trials and hardships, is the man who A COUSIN OF CHAMP CLARK, I American Fence finally

/ INDIANS INtESTIGATING wins and stays, with us. He finds VISITS ,WASHINGTON, .BUT1 "
AND
produced composition in
that with every plowing of the ground a ., I .
WILL STRANGE TO SAY, IS NOT -
REPORT '
TO .
WASHINGTON _
It Is more easily worked and more _. IL y yI
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SEEKING OFFICE.By S S
I RESULT OF EFFORTS. profitable. ;

Thus it is simply a matter of the I
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"survival of the test" Of -coursewe ( WINFIELD JONES) i : i
Lucien A. Spencer, Special Commissioner will always hla the floater with ; '}
Washington, D. C., Aug. 5.-Since _
to the Seminole us. He is a evil and is a
Indians, necessary
ar- his return here JoTn his home in
;
rived in Fort Myers last convenience in that he it is who must b ;
night on Florida Representative Sparkman is
4 do the drudgery for the who
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man .
his way to the Big Cypress country. giving much time to consideration of ,
stuck and has finished hard work. i
Commissioner candidates for postoffice( vacancies in '$ Ik
Spencer is here for the Glory be to our Florida soil for show Vi. -
'his districts. He has a number of
purpose of investigating the situation ing the man from the mutt. "
vacancies which he delayed in filling
among the Florida Seminoles. Since the last issue we have gleaned I while he watched! the outcome of the

with a view of assisting the govern- the following: fight/ against the men he recommended :: : : j

ment in determining a future policy Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McKelvey of for postmasters at Bartow and : 4 GOOD FINCIP
concerning these Indians. lie left Dayton, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bradentown. ( : i'
this afternoon for the Glade Cross Randall Keen a few days back. He recommended S. L. Wilson for

Mission, where he will join Dr. God- Mr. A. J. Glanden of Logan, Ok., is I appointment as postmaster at Bar- CO."I
den, and conduct his investigationsfrom spending the week at the Pines. Mr. tow, and J. H. Humphries at Braden- AMERICAN J+

that point. Glanden has one of the new oneminute town. There was considerable opposition II
When seen at the Riverview hotel cameras and is gathering.a number to Wilson's appointment by the Is made by special machinery which is used only k

j today Commissioner Spencer was all of pictures to show to the Skeptical forces who wished,to have General E. velop! the invention of this machinery took year. of : ;0-
j in readiness for 'his long trip over- at his home. M. Law appointed. Law is one of
i 1 land. lIe was dressed in a suit of Mr. D. Gaita and Mr. Chas. Ogeyof the two or three remaining Confederate thousands of dollars. ,

overalls, and looked the practical man Danville, III., were visitors to Or- generals and had many supporters. -
of
As a result of these years experience and vast
'1 of affairs which his remarks diaclosI ange Center on the Rth. He has bitterly opposed Sparkman -

I I him to be. Dr. Godden sent' Mr. N. Matheson, formerly of Marshall however, in former campaigns, I is recognized as being the best fence made. Every I

J man to Fort Myers with an ox team Mo., with his wife and daughterhave and for this reason Sparkman favoredthe steel, always ready for emergency, and absolutely reliable. ;
4 to meet Mr. Spencer, and will lends become residents of Orange Cen appointment of Wilson. After he

him every assistance during his stay, ter. They are at the Pines tempor- had recommended these men he wacthed j
i which will extend into September."I arily and will build on their farm landin the outcome to see if his recom- i

cannot say, of course, what the Sec. ,3J.Messrs., mendation would be complied with.
policy of the government is to be for J-. W. Bass, W. A. Spence, While he was in Florida both men I
I the simple reason that it has not as I T. H. Keene and W. W. Bonney meta were nominated and confirmed with I OSCEOLA HARDWARE t : : ,1,1tottt

yet been determined in all its details. like number of delegates or repre- little delay, so Sparkman has no boneto I .
Mr. Spencer said: "I shall make my pick with the Department.

1 investigation and report conditions I precincts He is carefully going over the applications -

*, as I find them, and the United States I Castle on Monday last to decide on the and endorsements for postmasters oooooooooooooooo..ouoooo sr.; ,y-

I Indian commissioner will then be ina means for nominating and endorsinga at Brooksville\ Plant CitY'1 ___ _ ____ ,__ u __ _, __ _ ?, ?- -i
better position to more fully out- candidate for commissioner of thisdistrict Punta Gorda, and Fort Myers I
( line his course. I think it is safe to to fill the vacancy on the pests to recommend men for appointment I 44S oooooooooooooooo.. o.tto. .o.ooO OOto.-c 'Si"thange g
I say, however, that the government board caused by the redistricting of to these offices within the next I' ">c"

I will not remove the Indians, but will the county which became necessary few days ..
I aim to adopt measures which will assist I after the withdrawaHof the Seminole' -

them to become selfsupportingcitizens. Co. The appointment must come fron. Col. James Ledger McMurtry, of 1; "

I the Governor; upon petition from the Hawthorn, Florida, couMn of Champ
\ "The Seminole Indian is one of the voters of the district, and as there are Clark, is here. Moreover, he's in town .,--' KRYPTOK :

finest Indians we have. It is .signiii-, :( mOl e than one, candidate, in the field J, without being here to seek a job. Still _
,,1v.
cant that the Seminoles who .eft it was decided to have an old-fashion- more, he's worried. What worries t J t.
remarkable
( Lenses are the most recent
l''! Florida Home time ago are now completely 1 led basket picnic at Pine Castle on the him is that he broke an engagement I ;& \ \ invention in the optical line.
id out of the jurisdiction of the :20th! of this rfionth and there ballet to to have luncheon with the Speaker, and I t Each lense is a solid, unbroken sur (
'; government and have l Iwconv full- decide who to endorse. The candidate now he wants to know if he trans- '' \\ face. There is no cementing to cloud 1
'. t the glasses, to offer lodging place fort
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fledged citizens, while their Florida receiving a majority of votes cast is Riessed any Washington customs by \ .
'J ; h dirt or to disfigure the appearance.The
brothers are among the most hIll k. to rt-ceixe the unanimous endorsementof telephoning the Speaker at the last eyesight of youth is reestablished
ward Indiums with whom we have the disttict Each of the four pro moment that he couldn't come to 'z' i and to all appearances
to deal. Tile Seminole is nuturully avery net_ will put out a candidate, and if luncheon.It's :z: ':Ii { A I Kryptokd/ are the same as the young cJi
Indian, afid capi'i'-' ol :: '!!; d, folks' glasses with nothing to distinguish c
superior Orange Onter could get out her full this way. The colonel is a Ken- Y L I
latter
'i \ r\ them from the except
high mtnt. vote our man would be "IT." As tuckian, and proud of it. So is Champ t / ,, your own pleasant knowledge of their !.
Commissioner Spencer's visit \>'ll that i is extremely unlikely, however, i Clark, originally. '( A for the tetterfron far-and-near qualities.
haw a perial( boarinir upon the expenditure there will be an element of doubt sufficient -, :Moreover, the colonel is a strong' .'z'' 1 II. Edgar Cole has made a study of Jz t,
of the $10,000( !lately seared i' to make it exciting for all who admirer of President Woodrow Wilson. I :: .iamrtoihecfarKryptoA/ern ], aboutghryptoksowth year Ask him o-

by Senator J Fletcher from Congress: j jfor 'I are interested. The candidates as announced i I This week; he hopes to shake bands

work among the Seminoles1t." j i are, Orange Center- W. W* with the president, so that he can say JEWELER

. Myers Press, Aug. 8. j i Bonney; Taft, W. II. Spahler; Conway, I that he has"shaken hands with every C. A. COLE, AND OPTOMETRIST. ;
44444044404444444 'j| IL. Crawford; Tin Castle, E. Green. president from Lincoln down.* tw

\' The rivalry is all good humored both I And it looks pretty good' for the. ,I ..(
< with the candidates and the people. colonel's chances, because Senator . S .

<*' (ORANGE) CKNTKK=" :NEWS ** Local pride is about the only elementof Fletcher has promised to grease the ....y{.- ._... . . ,. -6 -6- .--.-.----t..-.---- .-- -- . . . ..AL'-. .- . . ,
selfishness that ('ntersone: of wheels at the White House for this .
+ + +<-+ + + < + + + ++ + +
the candidates are anxious for the kinsman of Champ Clark. I h ,_ ,_ ___ ---- ---- --. t
S Dear HoosIer (;la/flte: Has It overocruiied pia,'" e\c(-pt foi the representation it The colonel feels a sort of relation- to how he could see over the pulpitto I tended church he craned his neck to I'll have to content myself with four.'
to you how like a threshing give.1his precinct. The man who i 1 ship to President Wilson, for he used I address his "
congregation. Finally I see the box, and this action brought I Colonel McMurtry Is a wealthy orange
this Florida soil of elected to b > OUR conimissiuni- ''to attend the Kentucky church where
machine is ours; is < : : OIK' day he inquired of his mother down upon his head the critical attention grower. lie is in this section
how it u'l) iates the whoat from the This fall' shipment of eggplantfrom jibe: 1 President's grandfather, Dr. Thomas how it was that the doctor could reach 'I' of Dr. Woodrow, who reprimanded I of the country selling his crop of
(chuff?! The difficulties one must overcome (Orange Center promises to he 1 Woodrow, was pastor. I hove the pulpit. him for his curiosity. oranges and tangerines-and because {
in the t fn-t, year's work of cultivation (|Uite a consideration.' It has provena The doctor was a small man in (I
"Why, he stands box "I in be able he commission he couldn'tkeep
on a replied | was hopes to to say met a man
and then prrhap''' meet failure, profitable crop on a small scale, .statute, ,ays the colonel, and it aroused I I
his mother. I I'd 1 met five generations of-the Wilson his appointment .with Speaker
far big results arc concerned, hence an increased acreage. the colonel's] youthful curiosity as I
I so i as
I The next time C'ol. McMurtry at- I family," sand the colonel today, "but C'lark. "

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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING Is Sent to. You Complimentary HERE WILL CAUSE EDITION ,

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i S. J. TRIPLETT .. . .. . . .- -Editor and Manage!r To those who receive this paper, and who are not HIS COMING AGAIN AND MAY BE MEANS :

that it is sent to them OF LOCATING HOME-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One. copy. one year. -___.... ._.._-I1.K; regular subscriber: we will say SEEKERS .
'One copy .1 imonth -....:_.:.;;.;;. ',"I --_'Ooe copy.three month,..'..._ 7 .e- ; of countycommiaaionen, and
,Mr'! '-->__ __ through the courtesy' our WAS NOT ASKED TO PURCHASESAYS '

41.e .AU a by communication the writer. *, except Iron' our authorized correspondent. mu.t biIaii t they are perfectly safe in reading it and,then passing it The following letter from Mr. F.

#; Rjotd matter will not b. returned unless called for. to their neighbor without fear of receiving a bill for sub WE HAVE THE FINEST L. Woodham will be read with interest
by our people, as from it they 'will "

'k petered at the Pottofflce. In Klulminea.' Florida. a. second-da mall matter., scription.: It is sent to persons in the north and west LAND AND ENOUGH OF IT.TO p learn that it will not be long before .,, \iT'"'

d .FRIRAY- AUGUST( 15, 1913. : that they might become acquainted with the many oppor- ACCOMMODATE ALL he is again numbered among out real. '

: . .,. dents.
::- =_ --_: =. -" ----- -- -- WHO COME. ,
\ **? -- -- --------- --- - tunities and advantages Osceola: county offers the home-
1 Horsebridge House, Nr, Stock-

I St t aa seeker, the investor and the tourist. bridge Hants, England, July
The following letter to a local! real ;
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TIIINGS COMPLIMENTARY I: TALKING KISSIMMEE 30th, 13.
estate agent is only one of many of
To S. J. Triplett, Kissimmee, Fla.: \
like character; that are received weekly .
: 4.Ift Dear Sir: Please from now on !
Jr1 A Credit to the Publishers. To Live Here is to Boost. in Kissimmee:
send my Kissimmee Valley Gazette
x, The Kissimmee) Valley Gazette Triplett, the hot shot of the Kissimmee Madison, Neb., July 27, '13. address to ,
above also send me three'
came to us last week in metropolitan Valley Gazette, is eating New 11. G. Siever Co., Kissimmee, Fla., ;
copies of special edition which I .. ..-I.
form and size, the occasion Eden syrup sopped up with clabber What the Nation's Lawmakersare Dear Sirs: Just twenty-seven: days your
want to give to friends and might be '
'M; being a "special trade edition." With biscuits and is boosting the Osceola ago I left Madison for the ( to me) !

'32 pages of "boosting" matter, splen- capital to beat the band.-Baker County Doing at WashingtonBy unknown wilds of Florida. In four' the means of inducing some of themto
out to Kissimmee and
didly arranged and well illustrated, Standard. days and three nights I pulled into go see that

,f the edition is a credit to the publishersand the city of Kissimmee, on the eve of'|I country with a view to engaging in

as an advertisement for Osce- Will Lower Freight RaiN / ( WINFIELD JONES) manner in which species of wild birds the 4th of July ( Uncle Sam's natal borne kind of business out here. I ".

ola county it should be worth hun- are being exterminated for millinery day) and to surprise there wits in ''i, enclose cheque for $1.00 to pay for t
Considerable interest is being shownin Washington, D. C., Aug. 11.-The my .
I trade. These have same.I
moving pictures
dreds of dollars. Palatka Herald. I II
Kissimmee-Sanford canal and first fruits of the recent European full blast a grand old-time celebration, I
the
t been exhibited during the present weekat I have no doubt will
those interested are in hopes of getting investigations of rural credits have the Capitol laboratory, within easy with pork and beans, you bet, and you see me -f
)back in Florida before
of All Praise. been made in the Senate. Senator a great while
Worthy
this opened for a reach of those members of Congresswho flags aflying and all\ praising the fine
new waterway "
f' The Kissimmee Gazette recently Okeechobeeto Fletcher had introduced a comprehensive : are interested in the matter. time that they had. Next I was picked I again "boosting it up. J

issued a big special: ) edition which was through route from Lake bill for the establishment opera I. The Audobon society of the country, by land shark in his auto. Wishing you all\ success with your i ipapt'r
Jacksonville and thus lower freight tion, management and control of the zoologists and the ornithologists, up a
highly complimented by the state rates to all adjacent u>rrltor-Trop national rural banking system.:; are all aligned in the fight to save the Yes, we rode and rode here, there and I i 1 "t p

press. This writer did not have the ical Sun. Senator Fletcher, who is chairmanof birds. And hack of them is the senti- everywhere, saw all there was and Yours very truly, p

pleasure of seeing a copy of it, but the American commission that made ment, it is declared, of the majorityof more, too.; land and land and good I FREfZ L. WOODHAM.

t he is sure it was worthy all the praise the European investigation, and also the American people. .
KazetteV; I'lan Will lie Adopted. president of the Southern Commercial land galore; truck land; corn land,
Dr. William T. I director I
given it, for the Gazette is always up- Congress, which assembled the commission of the New York Hcrnaday Zoological, Park, fruit land and the finest farm land; i> HOLY ROLLER
Kissimmee before it the
undertakes.The having
to-date in everything it addressed the Senate in explanation |I who has been one of the leaders in land for anyone and everyone. Day i
value of its work in behalf of question of building a city dock, is of the bill.
: the asks "
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fight :
after day, during my stay I was treat- | PREACHER SET FREE:
Kissimmee and Osceola county is beyond considering another method, which, The Fletcher bill formulates a plan | "Who shall rule, the 50,000,000 people -
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ed loyally ( not royally). Taken some !
calculation. Punt Gorda Her- if carried out and while being uniquewill for a complete system of rural banksto who are interested, or thirty importing I'
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be organized under charter especially feather dealers in New York ?" four or five hundred miles by auto, }
I have the effect and should
ald. same I 1' PROVED TO BE NOT THE
designed to meet the financial MAN
The tariff bill as it passed the then taken to the train and my two ,
I prove of greater value even than requirements of the farmer. It rec- House, prohibited the importation of grips carried for me, loaded with the | WANTED FOR MURDER
Handsome and Effective.The docks. The plan is to dig a canal in ognizes the need first, of a credit arrangement the feathers of wild birds into this .e
best of the land, and at the station IN CALIFORNIA.
whereby the farmer can 1
Valley Gazette of Kissimmee, place of building a dock the canal to country. The tariff bill as it now
acquire lands and a home, and suf- 'stands before the Senate according to they gave me the good hand of fellowship I
extend out to water and the dirt
deep ,
Fla. has issued edition thatis
special
a ficient capital for the permanent improvement Dr. Hornaday, will permit the impor- I and a God speed to my home in tlI
highly creditable! to the enterprising excavated from the canal to be thrownup of his farm. The national tation of the skins, feathers or plumes Nebraska, and never even asked me to After a most thorough investigation h

city and section which it repre- on either side, reclaiming about rural banking system proposed in the of every bird species in the world. 'and the' interchange of photos, the man
30 feet which could be used frI Fletcher bill is to be operated independently "The best in Boston buy or pay a cent for anything, but
sents. The edition consists of thirty- lawyer on custom : Hlackerliy, arrested l last week suspected I Ii
of the national banking I said come uifain. That was the kind I
two in which the businessr building purposes for warehouses etc. house procedure is of this opin- II| of murdering six people in h
pages I system. It is to be supervised by a ion, and it is unqualifiedly true," said of people that I met in Kissimmeeand |
achievements and advantages of Kis- We believe the plan a good one, and California seventeen
; board composed of the Secretaries of Dr. Hornada '. "Let Congress and years ago, was
i ) whom I hope to soon meet ,
again)
X, simmee and its attractiveness as a certainly a person could walk out to the Treasury Labor and Agriculture.The I I the American people make no mistakeon 1 released from the jail in this city Wednesday I
of residence stated dyke well dock.- need of special facilities to en- this point. If the Senate amendment and if you care to put this in the It .
\. place are I sea on a as as on a morning. was conclusively E r.
compre-I able the farmer to secure I Gazette do so, and I can
temporary prevails the slaughter of birdsof you may :
hensively and well. The Fort Myers Press. i proven to the authorities here that he
banking accommodation annually is all kinds for the American milli- prove all that I have written herein.
handsomely illustrated with about I I recognized also, and amply providedfor nery trade will go on unchecked." Yours truly was not the man wanted, although p

I one hundred Kissimmee views, pic- All I Dogs Should Be Muzzled. in the measure. A provision to )Dr. Hornaday declared tnat the legal investigation showed him to be a most r II'

tures of buildings and likenesses of "Seats in the parks and muzzlesfor encourage the farmers to apply busi- lobby of the feather trade i is one J, G. Cleveland, undesirable person to have as a resident -
methods to their industry, therj- Madison, ]Neb.; [
ness of the shrewdest arid most t'fft'.tlvenow '
citizens. is combination headline -
prominent bulldogs" a At the time the murder which .
by enabling them to render compre- lobbies! to be found in Washington p
The expense of such publications is in the Kissimmee Valley Gazette hensive statements to the banks is and recommended that the lobby- Klackerhy was suspected of committing n'',

: heavy and usually they do not yield that appeals to many who read that contained in the bill. committees the Senate and )House BEN: DOWNING / occurred, he was serving time in

to the excellent The tells As a means of supplying the means look into its .
c a commensurate profit publisher newspaper. story operations. the penitentiary of a westetn state, k
but there is no estimating their that the chairman of the committeeon which the bill recognizes as importantto "Before the public hearings on May HAS NOT TYPHOIDSO and hut admitted to several he was ll I
the farmers provision is made for
i 20, with the subcommittee of the Senate -
far-reaching benefit and direct valueto municipal improvements of the establishment of throe separate classesof finance committee, there is reason more than once behind the bars for ,,_ Y''

a city and its every business in- Kissimmee Board of Trade has decided institutions as follows: Local national to believe that the feather trade had breaking the law. With that knowledge I

i terest. The advertising columns of to establish little rest places- rural banks with a minimum won the members of the subcommittee DECLARE THE EXPERT PHYSICIANS it appears to us the officers ''
rt'
the Valley Gazette's edition showed : meaning benches-in the park, and is capital of $2,000,000, confined in its ," he said. "When the hearing have the
( right to force him to hunt tin
r operations to a small district, and opened, the chairman said to the attorneys IN:' ST. LOUIS THAT
f cordial, appreciative co-operation bye also opposing the running at large of owned and operated by local farmers; for the feather trade: 'We I II pastures new to work his Holy Roller

business men, and, outside the financial fierce bulldogs. The report on the State national rural banks whose have heard you already, and we have EXAMINED: : HIM.: graft.

consideration, the issuance dog matter should include all dogs stock is to be owned and controlled by I your briefs we do not need to hear I) A

such an edition was a public service and they should be muzzled, as :Mr. the local banks of the state, and whose I you again.' As the hearing progressed I a'
j net earnings shall be used to crcr.le a it became clearly evident that all | The Valley Gazette gladly gives U
'9r' well performed on the of thee Bryan the municipal improvementsman I
part ,
and dividends to the local -
surplus pay 'three members of the subcommitteehad space to the following letter from IJr.
I '; .Valley Gazette.-Industrial Index. suggests.-Times-Union. banks as its stockholders; and the been converted to the views of S. W. Downing, as it is possible this If YouHesitate
nationnal rural bank \pf the United t. the feather trade." .
States located at Washington, whose paper was somewhat the cause of the -1
Senator Clapp of Minnesota has 1
;"", II. Richardson, secretary of the Many a man when asked to do something stock shall be owned by the local rational submitted an amendment to the tariff impression being created that Ben : to Have d

Jacksonville Board of Trade and Willis for his- town excuses himselfor and Sttte national banks.: bill admitting game birds and pest Downing; suffered' from typhoid fever :

k,, B. Powell, secretary of the Tampa does it reluctantly because of the United The national States shall rural)) be bank controlled of the by I I birds have allowed which Dr.the Hornaday importation says of would 2.- during his long illness in this city: Your ,Shoes )

Board of Trade resigned their positions mistaken idea that it may better some nine directors-five being selected bv.. 442 species of wild birds, but the committee St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 6, 1913. ,:
e
c within a month of each other. other man but not himself. That is the stockholders to serve eight; years I revised the language so as to Editor Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Repaired

r The Tampa secretary has gone to Columbus a mistake for what betters the com- and four being selected by the presi- admit every species in the world. Fla.,

it Ga., and the Jacksonville munity betters every one that is in dent Senate of confirmatoion the United States, to serve cubject during to hoping The opponents that debate of in the the measure Senate and are Dear Sir I notice in the Gazetteof On account of looks, you l It re

1a secretary is going to London, England. Gainesville Sun. good behavior. The net earnings of public opinion will force a change in last week you state that Ben was don't know the kind of repairing S
k -------- national rural bank of the United suffering from the effects of
Florida cannot afford to lose both of the the present draft of the paragraph typhoid
these men and the Evening Record Bro. Gouldsby is either making a States shall be used to pay a fixed dealing with feathers. They have fever.In we do. We promise -

e suggests that Powell be induced to return big bunch of money out of the Advo- dividend rural bank to ,the owning local and its State stock national and to hopes, too, that when the bill goes I justice to the doctors who so in advance to make your "
to conference that the House
the State where cate or he is selling his advertisingspace conferees kindly waited! Ben and who old shoes look almost .
to he has already create a surplus.A '. I i will stand l firm for the original on said as h''
done so much good and take the sec- at a very low figure Its last distinguishing feature of the J' provision by which the importationof it was not typhoid fever that ailed good 1 as new-and at a

I retaryship at Jacksonville."-St. Augustine issue Carried as many columns of whole rural credits system is the ex- such feathers was prohibited. him, I wish to say that their opinions remarkable very LI
traordinary given to each and cost. Unless
business the in power I
Record. We as average paper have been amply verified
heartily endorse by severalof
all of the banks in the system to use
towns five times the size of Wauchula.But I| Internal revenue collections in Florida you have all kinds of rood L
the
the above as we believe every other their credit, as well as their cash assets leading specialists< of thin city,

t ;;t newspaper in Florida does. Bro. Gouldsby deserves the best, to aid in meeting the demands i I[I 1913 for, were the fiscal l,42Il2I!year! ending according July 30, who, after exhausting all the modern shoe money to throwaway

-....- - for he furnishes his patrons with an of the farmers. The bill recognizes I:j|: preliminary report today of Commissioner a- I tests for such cases have unanimously YOU SHOULD
land the only or the most avail-i E
of- If Kissimmee Is really favored by exceptionally good paper. able'asset as which the farmers have I of Internal Revenue W. H. Os-) agreed that Ben could not have had ,
MAKE THE OLD
--+-- born. ONES LAST 01
t nature as the Valley Gazette claims, and provides a plan whereby the |t typhoid fever.
i The Lake Worth Herald installed I
and of which we have little doubt, a farmers may obtain capital by offering Like the doctors/ at home, they AS LONG AS POSSIBLELet
machine and moved into
then why should it require "ntrve" to typesetting as security long-time mortgage think his illness caused '
its own home last week, which shows bonds, repayable in small annual or I WHETHER YOU USE: / by 'ome-pos us show you how we s
-:. develop it?"Palatka News. In these sibly rare-form of bacillus whichinfected
amortization payments, so that the ,
in The b
prosperity a high degree. make old shoes look like
trying times when such progressive bond can be paid off out of.profits derived CALOMEL OR NOTYou the base of the brain and the
Herald is not only a well edited buta made!
and prosperous cities as Palatka are from the improvements \' spinal cord. So far they have been new ones.
1 well printed paper, and is a true index obtained ,
to the farm with the "
", in the field working for tourists, money unable to isolate and name this germ,
to that growing city. on the loan.
horne eekera and investors, it requires -----+-- The bill provides for the furtherance Will Realize How Much Keller but they think they will be able to dow A Witz'I

real nerve to declare the many and We regret to learn that W. P. by local national rural banks of long- within the next couple of days
varied advantages of Kissimmee term bonds. or notes, secured by liens", for You This Safe Vegetable Hen SHOE REPAIRING
.. even Royster has resigned the office of I IIlt'mt'dy stood the trip well, but is still r.
a city truly blessed by nature with all I on farm lands at not exceeding fi percent '' and HARNESS WORK
secretary of the Palatka Board of of the taxable value of the land II i Will B.. in a very critical condition. Just back of Citizens Bank, on "
those
things that make life here one Trade and l left for Chattanooga, his after being so' guaranteed.' The bond I Sincerely yours, Darlington avenue.

blissful dream. former home, on Sunday, for he did I can be guaranteed' also", by the State' Or.I> S. W. DOWNING.;

4I good work for that city, and men of national rural bank, having a much The liver is such a delicate] organ
Helping to / larger capital and surplus and then, that '"'" ,
I improve: your town ability are not easily replaced. most people have learned from i )
in turn, guaranteed, also" by the national '
1 means making a resolution to the effect -9 -- I rural bank of the United States, (:, experience the danger of flogging;: it I

that all the money going through For the love of Mike won't some with a capital and "surplus, exceeding into action with the dangerous durir- "

your hands will be spent here at homeso poor devil go to Pensacola and marry $100,000,000.The calomel. The Kissimmee hruro.! '

far as it is possible to do so. that "blue-eyed belle" Felkel speaksof measure contemplates that the sells and recommends Dodson's Llvt'r'' 1)u ttOl1 l i'
local national rural banks will -rve s SpeciaJ
t This means that you will buy what in every other paragraph in the to collect together the neighborhoodfunds Tone, a pleasant-tasting, harr>lll." i ;'

:you and your family Deed of your News. The continued filing of that in the shape of deposits, and vegetable liquid that encourages th"1 i

], home merchants. It tlso means that old saw grates on this editor's nerves. make them available to 1 tx:* loaned to liver relieves constipation and biliousness -

; the necessities of your business will --<-- --- meet temporary or annually recurring without restriction of habit''' Shoes for Men
Pinellas county starts out with banking requirements of the same
be purchased of your town's people. a or diet. I .
farming community. .e i I
; i. "Buy everything at home" is a good tax levy of 33 mills on a property There bad,
Senator Fletcher, made an eloquent i are no after-effects/ from I $3.50
i , slogan to be attached to.-Polk County valuation of seven millions. Pretty address in favor of his bill, and was taking Dodson's Liver Tone. It does I f

1)) Record. good for a baby less than two years given the closest attention! by the just what it is intended to do and no j! ,
old. Senate.As | Advanced Styles in
New
- a $ The East Coast Advocate --->-----
published harm either children or grown-ups and Now Displayed "
.at Titusville by Chaa. H. Walton, has W. H. Manse and Clement S. Ucker, the time approaches for final is excellent
r. I action the tariff bill friends of the an preventive of chronic
t ,
k'Just ,entered its twenty-third year of general manager and director of colonization wild birds on are redoubling: their efforts I liver troubles. We have them in Patent Leather Button Pat-

existence, and Bro. Walton says he of the Southern Settlementand to the Senate and ,
prevail upon par- The Kissimmee Drug Co. sells Dod ent Colt Blucher Russia Tan I
a,' baa been its daddy all that time and Development Organization with ticularly the majority members of the son's Liver Tone for 50 cents Tan Blucher Button, Rus-

,:: has never had a mishap or failed to got headquarters at Baltimore Md., were Senate, to throw out the amendment'i' and per bottle Gun Metal Button, Gun Metal
i bottle sold
S\< to press every Friday morning' The in the city Monday night and addressed and agreed the to Democratic by the finance caucus committee which, !,I' give every satisfaction, and is you guaranteedto get Blucher, Vici Kid Blucher Plain Toe, Vici

.s advocate is a clean paper all through, the DMird of Trade on the subjectof would permit the importation into 'I money back without a question your if it Kid Congress Plain Toe. r i

and ,we hope it will live another the necessity of Florida uniting in this country of the "feathers or plumes''
fails
Some
;: \ the general movement of advertising of birds commonly recognized as edible I' you. remedies are sold in SEE OUR WINDOW
1" if it is
twenty-three years, even printed -
the advantages of the South as a or pestiferous.. imitation of Dodson's Liver Tone-

d on pink paper place for Europeans to come and make Circular letters are being forward-i look out for .them. Remember the

0 their homes. The gentlemen were ed to every member of Congress pro- guarantee,-Adv. Dutton-Harris fOOT
Every man who helps his town en tour of the state, using an auto as testing against ttyis amendment, and I. 34-lt Co. a

helps himself. is a fact not so a means of travel. They left Tuesday the latest method of attack has been FITT, ERS

well considered Thin aa it ought to be. for Tampa, and are today at the adoption of the moving picture )I Throw open the barn doors and keep ,
Gainesville.
to show members of Congress the the building dry.

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I I FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, IMS. .. +

THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, PAGE S.

K1SSIMMEB VALLEY GAZETTETelephone .
THE I For S e-G j ,

r! No._ gentle rJ,family W. rentls horse, thoroughly 84.1tforMaemo Our; want ads ar.'read everybody,. TWO SPLENDID j :< ,

',y. i "' : Clarence Yowell left last night for ,. If > : I
Your Nose Itches. I
Published Every Friday By Columbia th's visitkwlthtie tiveeat a week's stay at Pasa-a-Grille. ADDRESSES. ,BEFORE: 1 i *' .. .
S, C. ,
W..IS. tf"ulue..Weather .. '

/<<' :r .. :. .... t or.Mrs. vl t C. Quentin left Saturday oughly_ForSale-Good gentle J,familyhorse'thor-, W, Prentis. 34-lt, BOARD Of TRADE: You -WJll. Have 'Good 'Luck --- -'- ;--; -


Mrs a uentIR companied with, frlenda a. far In as Texas Tampa and by time Miss with Mary relative Carson Is and spending friends some in and Reach Us in Time to Buy .' '

ReportFoliowingarethedally Georgia (Continued from page 1)) J ',. "
'Watera & 1 Ib good Green Coffee....,.. .1.5 1 ft White House Coffee.__ .35 ;w. ;g
,\ week sold an unusually r**>large number R* B. Woodham' bookkeeper at the The most expert men that can be 1 Ib good Ground Coffee ___ .20 .24 Ib- aka Pioneer Self Rising' - -- -a4

' of watermelons, which Citizens- Bank, left this morning fora Found are being 'picked out as directors : S Ibs California Prune.......- .25 Flour .n________ __ .to
"' tern- , as one could were as fine two-weeks'' stay with W J, S. Carr I of these 3 15c cans Pork & Beans._. .35 1 pr. Ladies' Kid oxford.._ 1.25
" peratures and precipitation airpperted some of which possibly were wish to eat. at Coronado Beach. departments.Not 22 Iba good Jap Rice __.._... 1.00 I pair Men'a "Rip Proof Our1 ..

by "Government dty and others Imported grown from near Georgi this Mr. and Mrs. W.. F. McKentie and Chartered for Profit. Ib extra fine uncolored Tea .50 alls ____.________________ .68
'
if station at Kissimmee for the- Geo two daughters. Helen and Beulah left The organization is not chartered H :Thereby: ,saving_ .yourself: a nice percentage ODJOUI'I:
week ending Aug. 14, 1913. In the Ili C.! StanfordnCo.willafor; Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga., to make for profit of Itselfor-an- its'piemhers. ;- expense-account --- -- I

1 next week be in the their future home in that city. ; It has nothing to buy nor sell,
charge of the St.
'S Max. Mln.Rain Cloud house of that firm, he relieving Pictures that have been passed upon but its whole object is to set forth the TAYLOR'S .
j Friday _.----- 91 71 .48 J. ". Ferguson, the by the National advantages \
% manager, who, : Boar' of Censorshipmay opportunities, possibil-
Saturday ____ 92 75 ___ with his wIfe Is enjoying a week at be seen daily lithe Pastime ities and resources of the Southern i

Sunday ______ 88 66 __. Coronado Beach 'theater Scenic, educational, instructive states. 424 .Broadway. 2STORES 524. MabbetU

Monday _____ 89 65 ___ Mr. p, A, Van Agnew a prominent I and entertaining. Great stress is laid upon the fact P ... ZSO Phone 224 -

8 Tuesday ----- 97 74 --- and well known lawyer of Kissimmee. I Almost every day cattle are shipped that the members of this organizationare ------ ---- ---- --- - .

. !. dnesday; _-.97 72 _n and attorney forthe Fellsmere Land from Kissimmee to points in the West, the leading men of the South and k

Thursday n__ 96 75 ___ i day Company's southbound, was a passenger train, en on route yester-to and six months if the business there will is not continued be cattle for the movement represents a strictly cooperative men return to that most worthy occupation -1 1I business to H. E. Page of St. Cloud. ..

.ootOO'O"'OO.'OO' .O. Fellsmere and other places south.- enough left in Florida to feed downa I effort on their part for the I in life. Mr. Page has started an addition ".
East Coast Advocate. ten-acre pasture. common good with no expectation of I I A meeting will be held today (Friday his new store.

Praying for a Revival" will be the His numerous friends will be gladto individual or organization profit. The I ) at Gainesville'to form a perma- II. E. Tindall of Fort Myers spent 1 1a

subject of Dr. Sibert's sermon next learn that Hon. H. Clay Stanfordhas movement is designed to develop the nent organization in the State of Florida -, few' days with his brother in this

Sunday. At 7:30 his subject will be so far recovered from his recent South in which every inhabitant shall at which Osceola county will be place.

'Jt t i THE LOCAL FIELD i iH "Weighed and Found Wanting the'I illness as to be able to sit up, and if ultimately share by reason of increased represented.
second of his sermons on Belsha'zzar'sl no set back occurs he will be able in
'j'f Feast. A cordial invitation is extended a few days to resume business. prosperity. It is not organized for 400.000000000000000 Carson Succeeds Lesley a* Cattle King
to attend these services. anyone interest or for the purpose of
I I I I I III I I I I I I I I I I I I Ml Frank Vans Agnew left last night holding conventions or to give salaried 0
The Laymen's meeting will be held for Gainesville, where he will repre- NARCOOSSEE ITEMS 0 The Carson Cattle Co., recently or-
offices the
Strand wood $1.25 per strand.prompt Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the sent Osceola county at a meeting to be to incorporators or for 0 0 ganized at Kissimmee, and composed
delivery within city limits. Methodist church, and will be led by held today to permanently organizethe partisan or political purposes but to .0.000500000000000Mr.
Thos M. McDowell, of Bartow, Fla. Florida division of the Southern I bring into the South,through ..scientific of Senator C. A. Carson and his son,
Phone 252, M. B. Carson. 10-tf A most urgent appeal is made to thecitizens Settlement and Development Organi- methods, settlers and developmentin J. P. Thomas of Georgia having C. A. Carson, Jr., has recently purchased -
of Kissimmee to attend this !zation. made an extended visit at New Eden 12,000 head of cattle from E. L.
ginghams and chambrays. at the same that parts of this
New F. G. way
meeting. Parker, president.Dr. Farm returned home
1 today.
"Cattle of that
j Law-son's.! 34-lt H. H. Blanchaine, who has so acceptably country have been developed.Each Lesley, the King" sec-
R. Duffy of Plant City, a surgeon filled the position of pharmacist Mrs. G. Tiner and family returnedto tion. The new company is to be man- .
Mrs. G. F. Kribbs of Narcoossee of much prominence was a pro- I at the Osceola Pharmacy for the State Organized.Each their home at Kissimmee after aged by C. A. Carson, Jr., a young .
was a visitor to our city Wednesday. fessional visitor to our city Tuesday. past several months has resigned -m's state will be organized on similar spending some little time with her man only last spring graduated from
He expressed himself as greatly pleased position and thib week has been sub- lines and it is expected that each
l Ratine for dresses! and coatees at with\ Kissimmee saying it was one stituting for the telegraph operatorat individual stale' will I mother, Mrs. Tindall, of this place. college at Colorado Springs, Col., with ,
raise sufficient
F. H, Lawson's. 34-lt of the cleanest and prettiest cities he Wauchula.The Mrs. Marion Tindall is spending the the degree of Bachelor of Arts. We
visited. funds to make a commercial, agricul- : week her sister at
ever visiting Tampa. submit that the mania due to
young
W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Broth- picnic at Old St. Cloud yesterday tural and industrial of its
survey own Wm. Montsdooa has gone to Frost earn the further degree of B. C., (Cowboy 3
em, the tree people. 40tfJ. Robt. L. Ivey and Miss Rosamond was a pronounced success as far resources ond opportunities. The
results -
Neikirk were married on Saturday as numbers and the amount of eat- Proof on business or bachelor of cows) before he
A. Blackwell, the Ashton turpentine night, the ceremony being performedat ables was concerned, but much of the of this work will be compiled beach The Atlantic Coast, Line has abandoned has been on the ranch a year. Any

man, was transacting; business the Methodist parsonage by Rev.J. enjoyment of the day was lost on account state separately and put up in the old wood burner engine, sc way he stands to make a fortune in
here Wednesday. D. Sibert. Both of this young of the action of a number of pamphlet form. Nothing but reliable
Avant has of his
disposed
Eugene
the cattle business and he
can use
well known in Kissimmee class whoattempted
couple are the rough-neck authoritative literature will be issued 4
Mrs. Frank Sheen, daughter of the the groom being a member of the a knife and pistol play. But for the wood and is now hauling tiesP. that bachelor degree when he reties
late L J. Griffin, left Tuesday for her firm of Butler and Ivey. presence of Marshal Floyd Tison by state departments. It is expectedthat E. Trudell has sold his grocery Palatka News.
home at West Palm Beach. serious trouble would probably have county pamphlets and maps will II
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. Mr. occurred. also be compiled.
MiW." B. Crawford left Sunday for and Mrs. D. R. Blenis motored over 1 itl
a month's visit with friends in Georgia : to Daytona Beach last Sunday and New settlers and investors and
and North Carolina.See enjoyed the pleasures of the surf for manufacturers will be met in each l 1'71 U .
UESFUL
LONG AND "
the day. Messrs. Woodbeck and fate' by heads of departments and /
W. D.J. Sumner for designs and
Blenis returned home on Sunday even- thus be assured of reliable informationat \ :
of white bronze monuments,
prices ing, while their wives are spendingthe LIFE IS ENDED ,
r statues, grave covers, headstones, etc. week at the seaside the start. Soil surveys and agri- .
cultural investigations will be carriedout .... W"'KeepCoo1.
(0') C. McLean, the Narcoossee turpentine the
The subject of the sermon at by experts in this line. Leadingmen .
stiller, was transacting busi-I Presbyterian church next Sunday G. P. STANLEY PASSES INTO .t,1ea. ".a
nl'' t here Monday. morning will be "A Law of Godj" at are being selected to head all :: at
night "In the Spirit." The music at ETERNITY ANp HIS REMAINS State committees and branch headquarters -
of Mc-
the
A It. Wrenn,
manager at this church is being greatly improved, ; offices will be opened in the prin- I ri: ::::: :
Ko\ Land Co., with headquarters NOW REST IN ROSEHILL
drlund", was a visitor to the city and otherwise the work is moving much up cipal city of each state. All of this -..-
yesterday. finely. The minister outlook.saye he is CEM ETER Y. work will be done under the directionof ;
encouraged at the Strangersfind
/ )Hugh"| Wear and Mr. McLean, two a cordial welcome at this church.J the headquarters staff.

prominent Bartowites, passed throughthe 1 Saturday morning, August 9th, at The management of the organizationalso
who has been coming
.
i D Griffith s.
ity en route to points down the here several! winters, left Tuesday for 2 o'clock, death claimed all that was lay great stress upon the fact .Q

n\'r\\ his home in Wichita, Kansas. Mr. mortal of G. P. Stanley, and his remains that it is the inflexible and unalter-

Arthur E. Donegan and P. A. Vans Griffith is interested in a tract of landin were laid to rest that afternoonat able intention of the organization to

Agnew spent Wednesday in Orlando I Park Garden on which he has been 3 o'clock in Rosehill cemetery Rev.J. encourage and permit the securing of iZx

attending to important business matters other growing fruit a fine trees lot from of peach which, plum he and expects D. Sibert" pastor of the Methodist only a selected class of settlers for wr

fruit next season. Mr. Griffith: church;performing the ceremony, as- the Southern states and to use its ut-

It. B. Woodham, bookkeeper at the will return to Kissimmee next winter. sisted by the Odd Fellows and G. A. most endeavor to cause the settlementof \ .

Citizens Bank, spent the week end at R., both of which organizations deceased those only whose individuality will ; ,(
.1 Narcoossee with his friend Desmond Sheriff L. H. Ingram returned Wed- :
Little. nesday from a two weeks' stay in was, a loyal 'member. prove, of the greatest economic and social -" .
,I North Carolina, and reports the Deceased was born in Flanklin value to the community. > JII..'
,4 visited this weather there about as near the and 'was in his ',-,,". ..
: II. E. Swabey Apopka as county Virginia, Mr. Ucker, who was for years con- > ''t', '
\\3 week, and says conditions along the limit for heat as man can stand. 81st year at the time of his death. At nected with the Department of the \ e f!r f.a ,
Midland Railway are all any man Never again, he says, will| he leave "
'
could want.J. Kissimmee in the summertime Mrs. an early age he moved W LeLuen Interior at Washington, has been selected !

Ingram and the children will remainin County, Minnesota, where he remained as head of the colonfzation department -

K. Mattocks, for four years a North Carolina two weeks longer. until I the last call was issued to join and stated at the meeting
pendent of Kissimmee>, but who now I
and Miller who so acceptably filled the forces of the North in the Civil Monday that it was the aim of his department -
lives at Mt. Dora, spent Friday B. C. f
Saturday here. the position of County Treasurer for War, when he enlisted and was at- I after securing reliable data

four years previous to the last election tached to the Minnesota Heavy Ar- from each county, to co-operate with
Robt. Bratton. who makes his homein but now resides on a farm just northof ....TlfiAL ARltlltG....
in the servicetill
and remained
the colonists this
tillery, to state by
the Magic City ( Miami ), is here fora I the city, was here Tuesday for the coming
brief visit with his parents, Mr. and purpose of having a carbuncle on the the close of the war. In February, personal visits of members of his

Mrs, H. N. Bratton I back of his neck looked after. Mr. 1893: he joined the Odd Fellows lodgeNo. staff, to tell them what to grow, whento This Is our final varnlng. This week

I Miller says he has had pains bothgoing 20, at Cherokee City, Ark., and plant, and how and when to market -
The only "rustless" 30c corset on and coming{, but this! carbunclehe continued an active member until his the product. He stated that the all that I left
the market, is the K & G.! Ask to toting around is the pain- vlll clean out of our store Is
now
models at F. HLanson's. is death. He to Kissimmee about main for settler
see these and other iest pain that has. yet come his way. came thing any new to
34-lt four years ago in the hopes of regain- know was what the soil he had purchased of our summer stock.

of St. Cloud's H E; Swabcy heard from an old ing his health, and for a time seerred : would produce, and not be left
C F. Outlaw, one of his, John Hinley ofKelsey
prominent citizens, was transacting mining(, partner El Dorado county, Cal. The to improve, but his extreme age pre- to try crops on Florida Jand that had The low prices we are making will do

tUMinens. here Monday and made this letter ...uu lut ..l .Inlv 7th-when--- the vented a complete recovery, and for Iwen grown in other parts of the
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office a most pleasant visit. glass rose"AD'J to 110 degrees in the shade, the past year he fully realized the end I world. the' j job.

Mrs. Marion Tindall and childrenof and hotter weather predicted. Mr. was near, but he never uttered Mr. Ucker was raised on a farm and

Narcoossee passed through the city Hinley is the-place residing where four James miles Mar-from gret, and was ready to answer are-I knows what farming means. He Keep cool.. Don't 'suffer two months
{Colon
Saturday en route to Tampa for a shall discovered gold on Jan. 11th, Master's call. He was married in stated that no'ptogpenty could be obtained -

brief visit with relative'Whispering !-. 1X48! -"Coloma," that soft Spanishname to Marcia L. Tucker, and that union in any section without' the more with heat when so few dollars will

Bill Spear, the tree man, which reminds one of a senor- was blessed with six children, fiveof I foundation being laid in products of (

who hails from anywhere and every- ita's whisper.! whom, besides! his widow, survive him. the soil. He hays that somethingmust dress you cool as a cucumber at our store.H. '
'..Dire, has been in the city for ten
trade Sheriff. L. R. Farmer returned be done to return the farmersto
his extensive lk-puty
aylookinjl; after Sunday from Atlanta Ga., with Card of Thanks.I the land, and it is the object of
Commissioner A. F HHSS, charged with forging desire to return most heartfelt -
County T J. Rainwater my his department to make the farm life
representing the St. Cloud district, a heck<< in this nty. Mr. Farmer says thanks to the good Christian peo- attractive and remunerative that C. STAtFORD & CO.LAKESHORE 1
so
Money to coming -
here much
"'u- transacting business I the to man this was delightful pace, and wentso ple of KisMmmee! and especially the those now on the land will remain l J
,
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far as to absolutely refuse to accompany Odd Fellows and members of the and there will be inducement to make
lU-Kmond Little who came (to this the deputy, but after a few Ladies'. Orcle, for their many kind- I
action, rja'ntly from Kng'and' and l lJiurrhased consoling words, in which !said man nt'SM's" during the illness and death of I -- -----
the Woodham citrus grove informed 1 that he would l be
at ;NarcooKBee, was a visitor to the brought was here, even though it was doneniece my tiflo\e l husband

'it.\ yesterday by piece, he changed his mind, Mrs M. L Stanley. -..

here Tu's- and is now resting quietly in jail. .
\V B. Crawford returned ADDITIONThe
Atlanta (!ia., to which' Carson Will !Make Better Cattle Man
jay night from ] I An enjoyable hay rule was given
Mrs Crawford For winK Educated.
ity he accompanied Monday by the following K" >"n-
HI ii visit she is making to friends, in I last nee, young peopleMes: rs. Harold Wednesday of last week C. A. Car- -- Hyde Park of Kissimmee
Carolina
(
>orKia as well as North Lancaster, Harry Clayton, Leon Bass, son, Jr., who is the son of lion. C. A.

Fred Gilbert, after u month !spent Bert Nt-vins: : John Wilhite, Carson Carson, former state senator from
*ith relatives and friends in North JIuicl, McKenzie.Lester Albntton Glady Hurd and Misses Marie. the 19th District of Florida, purchased -I A large number of these beautiful residential lots have already been sold.
returned herej Helen)
Carolina, Pheri- E L. his entire indi-
Bass, Bettie from Lesley

d j | y tidy rt; salesman, and resumed in the his! clothing duties :Mon-cloirtrrient go Isghev, Annie, Margaret Cromartie chaperoned and Dolly by Mr Alfred -. vidual stock of cattle and horses, Club House, Amusement Dock, Etc. -

They were amounting to approximately 12,000
M. Katz. (
of A drive
I). Weidler.
Josh H. Ferguson and wife, mana- out and into Mrs.'the John country with a light( lunch- head of cattle and 50 head of horses.Mr. Plans and negotiations are under way for the construction of a beautiful club

k'ers of the II. C. Stanford Co. at M.ii eon served in pie moonlight( formedan Carson is a great lover of stock house, an amusement dock and recreation grounds on Lakeshore Addition.
passed through the 'city ,v*.;*i.pr"uj evening of real pleasure for those and expects to make this his business,
' [lay en route to Coronado -Beach, in attendance.TT""E devoting his entire time to the care These improvements will greatly enhance the value of this property. -

here they will enjoy the pleasures of of and improvement of this immense located residential lots in this 4
hat resort for a week.. ; Swabey is in receipt a We are offering finely addition at reasonable
delightful from "Dad" Windstanley (who herd of cattle, and with the fine mar-

H. R. May superintendent of the is letter one of our winter visitors), dated ket which has developed lately for price and terms. }
issimmee Lumber Co. left yesterlay Kansas, July 27th, 1913. Dad cattle it should
Florida prove as pay-
he National for St. Louis Convention, to be of present Mill!, Men at, remarks 100 it has to been 110 degrees somewhat in hot the in ing an industry as he could have ae- Get In Before the Rise .
Malan
+ hich meets in that city on the 18th. shade;-;of course, very dry, Kansas lected. He is a native of Kissimmeeand ,
Ur. May will be absent until Septem- being dry state, May June and July no stranger on the cattle ranges;

>er let extra dry., wheat"The corn Mi crop no good pasture, oats he was at one time heavily interestedin PJlONE 66 Clark & Meiklejon PHONE 66 f, l

Kissimmee, the same bush on the Kissimmee ranges,
Major T. M. Murphy of I wheat 74c per hard sheep
pent a few hours in brlando yeBter'ay. I burned times so> see Wrin'a' I II but closed out his business some two .
FLORIDA
Orlando '" Murphy was by a and residentf has I hard up ." Taking years ago in order to complete his KISSIMMEE
in years gone fare education.-St. Lucie Tribune
paroductivebFloridangr iI
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FRIDAY', AUGUST 15. 191 *.
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"W. PAGE 6. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY'' GAZETTE .
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Ni ,,, "t T\R.: C..L. HYATT .I county school authorities to control What t is the difference between a CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING' I LEWIS O'BRYAN.

}d. \(,: t ,.,D.Ph.lcia.n. andPhones TENTATIVE 'PLAN'FOR and direct organization and management meat shop and a bake shop 7 ATTOKNEY( LAWSPECIALIZING
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r 7r.4 .Surgeon of corn clubs and tomato .

',t; clubs or other activity vitally affecting *
any -
GOVERNMENTOF ;
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: .jDfflc 197 Klaslmmae-
t" school interests; (d) the Importance LLTh' IN
t '-'; ',ne$. 248 Florida. five Cents Per line
of better trained teachers

I Iref -.,.. -- i-_ _ _ _ _. ._ _ _-_ _ _-"_-_- RURAL, SCHOOLS and closer supervision. 1 /. rach Insertion:. ABSTRACT '4
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We shall also tender services ANDTITLpEWORK
v4 : our "
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p \ T. M. RIVERS M. D. FOR SALE.
to meetings trustees an dcitizens ,

PHYSIQIAN and SURGEON SUPERVISORS TO BEGIN SOON and in local, tax and 'consolidation j FOR SALE-At a bargain, motor, '

Pj ',,:J< .O1flouy9aceo1aPbmrmacy; campaigns.. .! boat,"Gadfly" 3<5x8H.15; In. draft, STAT10NK10O. '

; : t t Uitd oe 83 4. Teachers: 12 h. 4 cycle 3 cyl.: engine; full
t', FHOKBS'fOrtio U8L. MUCH GOOD IS SUPPOSED TO p. Terms 00> 000'000 000 000 000..'. + + + + +
..- (a) We hope to prepare a manual ll! equipment; everything: new.

'. WINN I RESULT TO TilE CAUSE OF for the rural schools which will give I on part if desir** See Saundersat t.fI k.'II:.. __'

J !V. W:o EDUCATION BY TillS the teachers a definite idea of the I Gazette office. ---

"'!. .1 1 -PHYSICIAN NEW: METHOD.. amount of work to be done along with .... horse. Apply <,s..c.+++++ 4 tooooo.o..o ooo
-- saddle
i Office 2nd Floor WilUon Building. methods of doing it. .. I I FOR SALE-Bay 22t.f ,1 THE
Vans Agnew.
G.
". C RBMDBNCB PHONE ::1'1 KnaimiM.FUMUDA. :. (b) We shall send at different I In one the goods are ,rare; In the I 'to E. '

,. Ornc FFONB OT Following i is outline of the well done I terms. ; ManhattanHotel
:ji a an times circular letters bulletins ..nd other CITY LOTS for sale. Cash or

6 tentative plans that were agreed up- score cards: for the proper valuationof I : Also bearing; orange grove. G. F. J.

"1'i., TT\R. DEWITT T LIGHTSEY on at a conference between the State the essentials of the school. - 1 Parker. 23tf I II
,:t of Instruction I -:- -- - It.
,Public
Superintendent
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN (c) It is our purpose to attend as our rare meats! They im, ; j: Attention to'
and the State Supervisors, and whichit teachers' institutes I TRY I FOR SALE-Florida grown I lush -eedpotatoes. Special
; '.'74 many as possibleand
Residence Phone IH believed will result in great benefit their I Rose No >I. for< fall fllanl-' I t. the Traveling PubliT1 :-
9 Office Phone t'J) use our best efforts to make the I prove rarity by good : .
t.. the cause of education in Flor- HioKihim. {
:!4rfl t, Room. 3 and 4j institutes schools for the training of cooking and the ing. Address' Wilcox .' 'j'1 .lust the square from :' ',
'. dia we I-Itp.
guarantee :
j State Bank Bld'g Kiaaimmee, Fla. : teachers in modern methods. i mee. I Fla '
t 1. The Problem to bp Worked Out: I best _____ $ A.t; L.DepotK1SSIMMJ3I
( d) Demonstration schools. We results. The remembrance I I ::
I f FLA.
How to of eflec.the :
T-K. J. W. SIMPSON develop a system 1, MISCELLANEOUS. ,
have planned to select ten schools
: 1/ rural schools in each out in 'of will after -- .
county two couentieH in each of the following quality linger long 1------------. wimlinill t.:-:-:-: +.:.+..+4+4+++++'H.tlsiut $+++
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DENTISTUpstairs of the numerous ineffective neighbor- I \v.\N1 ii; )-- .\ spcond
sections of th estate: Northwest the is satisfied and Ad
appetite you'll condiiion/
1' l is good
nod school :Must e I in
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In KII'7 IJullJw.l ..
Florida West Florida, Middle Florida I -: :-:": :-+:W.
l'lol--
: If a, ID. to I m 2. Moans that may he needed to bob for th.e next diess A, .1. : OFFIOH: HOURS : } l:3Uw5lp.u:; : ) Create the Schools Needed: Central Florida Southwest coast of up serenely ida ;\11:\.:!t

Telephone No 7rt Jun 5. Ivr Florida, West coast of Florida East meal. --- September!' 1 we wW
(a) Increase local taxation to I -
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coast. We shall ask the county superintendents --
.1it W. W. CAKSON provide better buildings and equip to place these schools under -' I WADE I> the tuner, Orlando 1110ou r Bakery to mew. loca
: DR.
ment, to extend" the term and to em- I
DENTIST ploy teachers of higher grades our immediate direction. It is :( I MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co, linn on Broadway and increaseJin
'Ji'il our purpose to make plans for the I I and we will Ret a drink of the l>est

.l Office over CoW;Jewelry Store ,tiongcentral(b) Consolidate schools small wherever school into- teacher and direct the work thrOUgh-I HULL BASS MARKET soda water made :'lltt rapacil)'. -:- -:- -:- -:-

...,! Office Hours: 8-12, 1-6 practicable out: the session. In the

," Office phone J 158 hools under our direction become I ORDIA BASS FOR RENT.
::1.
1 .
i Residence 23: ( c) Increase the efficiency of a
"; more and more effective they will SALE I 1\\0 story {
FOR RENT: OR -
number of schools
at strategic cbnters
administered for extraction of teethQR. naturally act as examples, thus effecting Manager lirack St. North;
store building on
by employing a capable teacher, by I all the schools of the county in I Kissimmee I II!, C. Stanford! training the teachers in modern methodx -
G. E. PARKER which they are located., This plan is -
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hy introducing: agriculture and : ; for rent, opply to
being tried out in Arkansas, Kentucky. Tiller I REED: I .. Prop.
DENTIST I home k.eping"dence...., and by organIzing [ DEVELOPMENT OF --.uJ.
I
Alabama and in sections of other
:' OFFICE OVER OSCFOL.A PHARMACY boys and girls and adult clubs

Office! Hours: S:O) to 12:00 Noon to extend the activities of the school. states hangc for the' bitter. that has. taken\ *-:-: -: x oooo ooo.oo..

1:00: ) to 5:00 P. M. Make demonstrations for the entire r> The' State Press: FLORIDA SINCERECONSTRUCTION plan.. 1 Flonda. in I llu" d.l .\c.liipnic'iit\, "f

county through these schools I i a ) Publish letters giving a brief it- airi'.ic.ulture', tin fxpan-ion' "f ,itnnim ...

c $ JR. H. S. GEIGER .(d ) Hold county school fairs, county statement of facts gathered in an : <'I" (', till'' uiowth, of it- I iti<','. \It< \ ''u want a

q .,-- I'JJ'ICIAN AND IIUROIIION field day exorcises, county uniform educational survey. with a cc>Miie\ >|mlittiM population) ( IcJsis- BARGAIN
Citizens Bank Building
Kissimmee, Florida examinations. and county commencements ( b>)> Articles descriptive of plans I I -cntintfor\' Matr all! tuitions of I man:

', I ansi methods that have proved successful I:utopo, ( -an xlu and the \\",'-1 I India ORANGE GROVEr

Phones: Office 297 or 64 (e) Arrange a lyceum course for I in any one county. i GROWTH MOST WONDERFUL I-.Iuiilshas lull Jut ('fltI n.| upon' a

Residence 265. 14lyrA not 1 less than ten important points in ( d) Publication of special. letters ,1"\\i and mat\ \ Ions. sari-si i r ,Ink'on l land to grow

the county The lectures an far ., lout from the office rural l'a r'ol"f ,
en or supervisors HE'OVEHYHOM. CON IITUNSEXIS1'ING
, <
A. YANR AGNEW W II cltAwroal.jVANS as possible should he illustratedand | in the South and from the i Oranges andGrapefruit

.. AGNEW & CRAWrORDATTORNEYSATLAW the subjects embrace matters that | National Bureau of Education. I KRTYEARS AGO I loxc'i, ; H naluial' M(.,tr/l/ 11\

effect \itally the community. ; II I NEVER BEFORE EQUALED Rotate with elo\cr al i\ir\ uppoitunitj --- ,,,.
\ t ( d) Special orders approved by
.. 3. Agencies used in carrying out I IN HISTORY. I I
the State Department of Education. ,
' '::1$. OM.....: 3Kisslmmee _6 Cltl'eno (lank RulMIng plans: I BUCKS:
1,
.-iF' .1 .. }Florida 1. The county superintendent It'' -:..:..:-:-=X">-:-:-:..:..:-.-:..:":..:":-"X": : :..:":":- I.
; No with
is absolutely essential that the count) SISAL HEMP: IS A I one eyes to see will say I I

!' D. GEIGER. i perintendent feellthat our work 'is I the' south is not nie>rc' prosperous j :: s $ $ $ $ $ $ $ vi I .:..:..:-:..:-:-:-:- : -. -) ++4'

,.. 1:1.: cooperative '1'o bring him into this FLORIDA PRODUC1 than e\ er l before ill its history and :i 1 :4.: saved L bj possessing. your> own .J..J.t :::

\ ) I systematic relationship it is necessary -i i that I Florida has not in natural resources * homeI I have fur, sale1 a large ::: | M. TILLER ,
: ATTORNEY.-\.T-LA W
*. I : :X: hungale/ :"i looms, plastered''' Xy
I; to give him a frank and definite I and in soil, produciand climate, closets front und . ;?
V" I I icui psrches ',' I Real Estate Agency.
4. Office State Bank Building statement of our functions and pur- | I all (the- elementof a great future1 I.:V \. n id< for lighting' ;. ll< wing well, :Yf.
\\lll.I :NOT I 0\1.1': MANrrCriTKElir.MP. :
'I'I Ki..wimmee.. Florid poses :Mutual understanding I.. I'(idathe induhtiial development of ;: lot 1.'>0\1) J l.s) X: y's' ................................

,leached host through peisonal con"n'es. : : HI T WILL HOW; OWN: the south defies adequate description : :\ small I '. loom cottagea; 's"{
? F. PARKER. 1'1- mld,1 I of .'. Real! ,' bought and sld
f GEO. : : no.itni ss .1 lust the :YI
\\ recall the south it
i e as was nearly -
t IIBltE ON ISLAM: !). :r: 1 ule-al/ foi. a fainih of two A'J ::: Houses ri,'ntecjJT
; ; Attorney-at-Law. Our is to the into : I half a cc-ntuiy ajfo 1 Forty yearsago I' y 1'
plan stale ,
., I group j A eoiuicte' ImiiLjalow, ; loomh :Y 3: Taxes paid: and Titles ver-
I \se hpc-nt four months ill I'loriela I :X: .
fifteen districts and to uiMte the and Imth ficnit i icai alicl side X
J Collections and Conveyancing : : fir-d for non-residents
, ,"1\\ I (county superintendents in each [. I II, Reagm!: of the irAdeitising l>e"5e>late places everywhere u here 1.1. fOi(11e5, IA 1I''d for liitlitn'g, ck-<.p ::1?: .jl: ,
Specialties. dis'I'I mansion, had occupied the land For- Y wi-ll, lot l 10();>\Hil J ). f'1' uecl. tineX: Y Fire Life and Accident Insurance -
with so'me |
trict to meet us at rjjency of Tampa has returned I : :=
J. eiunirhaelc' tie t 11 1 ,
> ; < s III 1 -
I II I Broadway. point for conference. At each confer- from business to various tunes. had vanished as in the night;
r a trip 1'Two :{-loom cottages on large ';' :: Indemnity Bonds.DR .
'h'''' ..,.. .. ence we shall discuss: (a) the classi- points in South Florida which covered the best men had died in fields of bat- Y. ,lot in desirable neighborhood. YA ..:. '

j */J_ ,KRIBBS. :: 4 cat ion of rural schools, offering for the greater part of last week. Mr. tle; its civilization was gone; its labor : Small cash payment takes either X: <---x ..H CwO. 000000'

system was destroyed; its affairs sof above. .|1- __ n, .. ... ,. ..___ __
jthe superintendent' approval a time at St James
score Reagin spent some
"t tl.I.-i ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, Ft-*. X 3-room hotifie on good street ;y i:
; card, which will specify the details. to City, Pine Island, where the Sisal were administered by'dishonest strangers .*. 50 foot lot and 20 acres fine fruit t.

Examination of Titles a Specialy. be estimated! in graduation; (h) how Hemp Development Co., has' completed known in history as carpetbag- .!}, land 4' miles from railroad and Y WM HARPEROSTEOPATH

Notification and payment of taxes of thc course of study may he oigani/e-d !installation of its machinery forth I /ec-is; and there appeared to be no :X i: small giosMiig i / town, :IOO:: ;()( ::j":

non-residents given careful so as to eontl'ihutemnwl1llnlt to the I munufactuie of hemp tope and I (inospects of capital for industries .::. 1 lli/(\'"' .ilsn! sonic\ \t, r ry d.II'.s'.
attention I 15 alilc' "M''Id|, sirs., ficim" i I. I\2.
I I"n i-iher all :: i'ro yi
tunes mat
.. \ now in ::
immediate anil ic-al ne'id- i in I Itf of of this
( 'online! Speaking new In- : .
c i onms at \ c 1'1'\' I ic Ill en S"al I 1 Ic. (INI i I"- :X:
tinpioph' : ( /' ) tin} (' light and duty of I duMiin South Honda Mr. Keagmim t'l,'wl t things \\hich go< to make u pen -1. also 101 t add. I aMc" '.iic I Ui .ings!, ':?' SI 1 1 ( /IAI ", r IN

PAT: JOHNSTON J \ <.il much enthusiasm He said I pie Kie-.il l and powerful l,e'caus,' s sI it I ::: /0'' 5'i i ,,,. lal'!' ::: (_ f1I.'P.lCuiI'L' / A'>t ",

A I lost ne thnit i i in hea,'I, and hope. I the-
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A TIORNEY A W and
I t the' plant practically completed :: Ask Mrs. Summers :*:: . ..
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south i- now the fairest and most in 'A".A' "
RUBIVIYTISKVIWill will bein active t operation within the :
: 10-11 I Citizens Bank Building :: 6/1N /'..of.td 4. ::
uex-ks. : A. W. \ lil1g land in all this great eountis' ... .. .................... ...... :
Kissimmee Florida cure you'r HiseismulisiasNe'iralii. next< feu Manager ; : : : : : : : : : : .-; : : :..: .:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:. .1'II'oIMf FL A
l Know 1 Irs ,tailed up the machmeiy and( is KIOVHIIK more and moi'Io-i If- I ,; .. ." ,JA JA' .. ''A ,
Heartaches;. Cramps pendent day and .
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and the elemon- every Yl'arThe I / f RAI I /") TI I I
Tampa man a !
OtllB late" C II :'rt'r't]:; ; .OW I Coli'', Sprains Houses Cuts and K"J\e 1 working out of then, own sal Bronchitis
tiiition I of how thc hemp t fibre is eon-
.
I L I
(If'lcrld. k. K Comm. tt unifiut e'urt I i,1' > i -t F ,n 'TI, ( t Insects! \ at ion 1 hy the people of the' South, ad \ II i te il into rope )hA./ 'A
MASSEY & WAltLOWATTORNKYTANi I 1 ':OlJ JJC, 1. ,.d in- .Icd. of course, by people and capital .
1 1"0" U tune the company will man- ,
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t'e25c.I.
from other sections, in thai'
a
way Asthma
) COIJNhtI.Lo,; ,ifa< tun its goods from imported or
has been almost surprising to themselves
AT LAW ninea shipload of which has already {

Practice in all the Couita of the -late and il . when they think of conditions, _
from Honduras It
" I! impoited/ i S. 11.
th. UnIted btatfH sic iM'Icire' tht I FlorId.. Itail BULLOCK
road ConimUauin, and the I InUrHtJitt CmnnuritOommlMiiun j\v- seve'ial. thousand acres of !land as they were thirty-six year> ago I Birch Mountain Herb Tea
,
I \\ hIl the tioops were withdiawn and
I n." CIIARL..Tu.. ULIX,, OKI.A N I D">, HAII eFeetrt .n I'mc' Islandvhieh soil is pecu- I they were left to control their own Has no Equal. Nothing
I if I yrA !'iailv well adapted| to the growing I
; REAL ESTATE
l \ affairs, as it has been to thoseshi>
>1 1' hi nt'cum, the sisal hemp plant, and Just as Good. .
: NUKEU JOHNSON( I hi've looken on from the outmde i I'" I s sa'st'sa 'fl-flsssfl.
meat plantations of h('mp plant will
1 one of the marvels of a single jfe-neia, INSURANCEExaminaLion
ATTeR\H: AND:> ClIUNStM lie ,..lout and the material grown
AT I-iN i lion of men. Better than any ready-made medi
Will 1'ractici. in all Courts t hi'iThe comJlanhus also laid out cines. It is and
The I recovery from conditions which purer guaranteedmore
:Mate and Federal, onsidriuhlf\ called St. James
a < town 'I
B. 't, .; I would have caused a less self-icliant effective than anything t i of Jitlesa
Office adjoining Broadway ( ( it\, which IS al ready assuming!:' theplopl known to the medical
: Citizens Bank and courageous people to give up in profession.
KisHimmer I I
>itions of a live thriving community -
'. I Give despair has never )before been e'c.juaT- Made at home in five minuteseven Specialty
It has a fan depth of water I i
S timely warning
; child.
I '5'' f I i.el in history by a Purely vegetableand I _
I of abuse, overstrain i ight!!: up to the docks! and a greater' contains
-.- Talking politics in the south 'om> no alcohol, narcoticsor Corresuondence Solicited.C.W.6RIFFIN,
J.V. breaking
or complete I
will he seemed needed.
'J'hoinpsoisFUNERAL depth as
down-Flat-foot. _seldom if ever, hears, Party is in poison. If you are a sufferer -
The Sisal> Hemp Development Co., I
We take medicine or mb with liniment I reality a combination of the intelligent form Asthma
.- ; DIRECTOR I supposed rheumatism in the j s backed by some of the largest cap-
.. feet, limbs and back, etc, when the ( italists in the country and apparentlyhas forms of good government It Bronchitis or in I
4I ; whole trouble is in the arch of the foot. J In the course of events the party T'- tact any throat
and The bones have lowered, tralninff the J a great future ahead of it. Also
ptndons and muscles to the brnaVlff I name happens to be Democracy-- i lung stomach,
the of
it beginning industrythat -
i LICENSED 'EMBALMER point and causing awful avony. means.should much to an Florida I Southern Democracy as it is called .. kidney or blad--

J _ SCROLL'S"FootEazer" mean i In the far south it is a onesided affair der trouble, get Staple and FancyGROCERIES
Opposite
CourthouseKJS8IMKEE. The history of the company has an
dishonest carpetbaggers having yourself a
: can
FLORIDA.Tp. rii la the only remedr Modirlrm I element of romance in it. Mr. made it such. And in the wonderful of Birch Mountain .
to onelfM. ScholiaIt '
11-U *' ** | Knowles ri' to : :moa a couple of I :
I hoot Bixera irvntlrrmlim \t Herb Tea
1 r= the bones to norma from the Bahamas wherehe I .
years ago --- ---
%.__ ution. relSeving the ( Vib ,. at once and if
= ion of. IlitanwaU and. .' .. ,was born and reared. lie had a L.- -:! I I
.
cloa.r allowtnc UM KMdful "n; will
you
\ start
to
I 1 H. ; to rMtor* lMitieitr thorough knowledge of the sisal hemp II
JENKINS
and vtMOffih mnA .ff.ct a .
Have You taking it Free
f -si.ai and industry from growing the plants to regularly, you will begin I Delivery to all Parts

SURVEYOR I .Cond and II manufactruing of cordage. While to feel as if Irfe was worth living oOhe:
nuch their City
all who a r on I
: f *H utter InUnM e-1. looking over the city he noticed a Any Idea 1 Of and in a very short time you will

t=, zP:d: number see a wonderful change in I
Hall of
Fraternity hervequin
I KiBsimmee, Fla. I plants growing your
!:: >n the grounds in front of Sacred Coming to] Kissimmee condition. It is just as effective in

: }: ". how ttabe you Heart Catholic church and some in severe cases of Catarrh. La Grippe, +++++++++++++++++++ ::: ;
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itt't fliYiYi !Ii Yi !Ii !Ii !Ii ; !Ii !Ii !Ii!Ii te.Efr-Sat.o4o.setak you ead the Tampa Bay Park grounds. He Either as a Perminent Resident and Whooping Cough, Coids, Coughs 1.+ +

J, __k_y Mi I saw that the plant thrived well here or Investor. Night-Sweats.\ Our guarantee J !

J J if, .h.w 4oM. and then and there resolved to make goes with every can and if it does JJCRAYSTONE."I| ""I

5' C.. F. Thrasher sisal hemp growing and manufacture Write not benefit you, your druggist will
A refund
you t tI
I 3 p big industry in Florida. He suc- I your money. t
'ti
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: SHEET METAL WORKER Mrs. E. E. Well BIRCH MOUNTAIN Wl TIlE TEM
ceeded in interesting capital in the TEA CO.
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$ I Steel Ceilings a Specialty.P. tI
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't' 1"; .,O. Box JB06 Kissimmee, Fla. See windows atDictionHarris oroject and the big industry is about Rea Etfate and Insurance Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A. 1 I: .2 0 to 351) per day. t

Co. to have its real beginning.-Tampa I 203 Broadway Phone 272 Sold by Kissimmee Special by week or month

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.T. lp 'APGUT: .5", 11, 3. ,THE GAZETTE4 .. "."j "
KISSIMMEE
VALLEY & ..i. '." .
Ir41 '
Koricn or INTENTIONS' ' TO' APPLY shares. "J I'

-. .on LI'TEuJ PANT; Iu wItness ..ber.or the ...I* .aso. PR. A. J J. hooting at him not thirty paces die- ..'
ere hare hereunto set their hand HOLT -
N I. and
tle. tant., Ggd
1g.d b.r.bi flnn that the seals, and subscribe for tbs shares ot preserved his. servant.
wtU tpDl7to the Governor or Ui. "pltal' Stock or .ald I CorporattoD The Board L
thsStt. Of hearing; of thb-n9t
orI4Loftth. 11th in the
daV amount. above
'.of the Augu.toL1Ow1h:. *m. r. tor LeUer. Patent pon this. lth day of .Jill,.. A..Dtlon.d D."UII: ',,don. NOTED l LECTURER through D*. Holt-transferred this 33Rlf>
propo.e4 Charter W
0.
'and VESTA.
Sa. (Seal valuable
Arto.. servant. the
of frontier
V> of
noorporton. a copy of 111. D. GILMORE. Seal) ;
:r'1tb h.. '.for bCen 111..4 With the $.oret&ry SAMUEL 8. HARPER,.(S.al)"." ?eX .., While away on a lo* trip his
the. Stat..or Florlcl. F. FRANKLIN ANURAYEIfRPASTOR
ao. (8ea\) boy Willie
w. v..t., Sr. ,8. WALTER (Seal)' slckened/Dr. Holteactrll1&
p ?? '
; FrankUn. A. B. HARRIS Seal) him Only a'day before he died.' He .,1,
'Samuel sc
8. ,
Har.er, J. O. MCBRIDE (Seal )
JII. D. Qllmore, W. & 'vmFr,&. Jr. (Seal) exhausted from cold, hunger and ,. ...,!,

a A..D., B. Walter Harrle. ALEX HAYNOS (Seal. OF, BAPTIST HURGH travel, was' almost paraltyed. The< "

.7:'0.'McBride Stnte'ot'lor&dL; ; .. wife was all alone with the dying '
W. 0.'Ve.ta. 11', Hlllaborough County.
child but "
for I
Ale: : Harnes. Before me the undersigned Notary a few faithful Indians,, I
Dated, July 11th. ItlS. Publlo In and for the State of Florida HE HIS With no other hands to shroud the. rH a
AND NOBLE
Th. tOllowloll articl. of Incorpo.Uon personally appeared W. C. Vesta 8r.. WIFE WORK.
... .hall Con.tttute$ and become 1'1. and W. c. Vesta Jr. to .... .known. ED, FOR lovely boy and fashion a coffin in ,
eb..rt.r. and > each for blinself.( YEARS IMPLANTING tjifl -
upon tlte l..wful ls.u&nce of whp ackoowledg. which "place him. Such Were
Lett... ed before The that he executed and aub THE some
P&tentARVLz t. scribed the foregoing proposed charterof i -GOSPEL TilE- HEARTS-', ? the* .-Sorrows borne.Uncomplaining.
'be n..me. ot tbl. corporation shall Incorporation. of the Colony of Marr- : OF "INDi N'S'tJT WEST. by these noble pioneers.
he the COLONY JIT MA.RYDIA; Its dla for the purposes and use therein
principal place of business and otnce expressed,
hall be In Marydla. Osoeola County Witness my hand and official seal at
?**!. of Florida with privilege of establt.htng Tampa, Fla.. this Uti day of July. A.
branch office In other cities I.). 1912. TM following brief biography of Dr. FORTUNE MADEIN
and town. In the State of Florida Z. D. GREENE.: (Seal) I
and A. J.
In other State* and foreign countries, at My commIssion expires June II. 1117. Holt pastor of the Baptist BANK is at your service in all matters concerning Uty'i 'j

may o* designated by Its Board of DI. church in' Kissimmee appeared in THIS

.;,. rectors. ARTICLE! 1. State Plnellas of Florida County., last week's issue of the Arcadia Enterprise GROWING EARLYIRISHPOTATOES or financial proportion you may have in'l "

The general nature of the business Before me the undersigned Notary in which city he lectures tonight mind. '. ;t . \'
to be conducted and transacted by this Public In and for the State of Florida
corporation shall be as follow.: personally appeared Samuel S. Harper, : .
To acquire, own buy hold. call, lease to me well known, and who acknowl- Dr. Holt was. born in Somerset .1;
rent or otherwise deal In real estate of ered\ before that he executed and ,
me Its officials
any kind or character what..o.verl' subscribed the foregoing proposed Ky., in 1847. He was named and long experienced. stand ready to advise and cheerfully -.'l

: to Improve clear cultivate ,charter of Incorporation of the Colony .
Irrigate, develop., mortgage ell of Mirydla, for the purposes and uses ,reared by his maternal grandfather, give you the benefit of their knowledge. :
and exchange land., tenement and real therein expressed.Witness: Elder Daniel Buckner of a family of STATE HAS NATURAL MONOPOLY
property of every kind and allY right my hand and official seal at
interest and estate therein or appertaining St. Petersburg. Fla., this llth day ofJuly. missionaries and preachers. At the
; to build and erect houee. A. D. 111.R.. age of sixteen he entered the Confederate Our wide associations keep us in touch with the business r3
building and structure of all kind H. GRAHAM. (Seal)
for resUle-noes. shops, offices, business My Commission expires: Sept. II. 1(14. army, in which he served for GOVERNMENT REPORTS SHOW world and we place ourselves at your service guaranteeing the '
manufacturing storage and warehouse -
two He educated
in
*, and to sell leaee rent the same State of Florida, years. wag the FLORIDA GROWERS RECEIVED .
and collect the rent therefrom: to Polk County. McKenzie College and Southern Bap- strictest confidence. '.
build lease and Before a Notary Public In and for .
own acquire operate me
$2,000,000
hotels, toe manufacturing plants, electric I the State of Florida, personally appeared tist Theological Seminary preachinghis __ FOR THAT CROP
light water work S. D. Walter to-me well known,
plant sawmills first sermon in 1868. He married ,
planlnsr mill, tramways motor I who .acknowledged before me that h* GROWN LAST YEAR. CALL AND SEE US ATANY TIME < t
vehicle, and to furnish water light, executed and subscribed the foregoing Miss Denis of Texas in 1875, and a. -
beat and power to other.: -to survey. proposed charter of I Incorporation for later commissioned missionary IT WILL COST YOU NOTHINGSTATE
was
ub-dlvlde. plat and Improve real estate the Colony of Marydla. for the purposes year a _
wherever the same may be situate and uses therein expressed.Witness to. the Seminole Indians; to Much money has been made grow.
for 'the purpose of sale or otherwise my hand and official. seal at
; to deal In fruit and fruit products, LouRhman. Fla., this 17th day of July. the Wild Indians in 1877; to the frontiers ing early potatoes in Florida. The

and to engage In planting; and cultivation A. D. I'll of Texas in 1879. Dr. Holt was yield in some places is large and the '
B. D. HOGAN. (Seal)
of fruit and agricultural product.; BANK
to own. acquire buy sell exchange My Commission expires June C. 1114 the first superintendent of missionsto price of new potatoes is alway"highin OF -i:

pledge, mortgage assign, transfer deal the Baptist General Association winter and early spring. Until the ,
and trade 411 all kinds of goods waresarid State of Florida
merchandise and property of every oscnola County. of Texas and served until the con- 15th of May Florida has a natural KISSIMMEE
Before. me a Notary' Public In and forthe .
description to do a Mineral contracting
and construction buslne and to assist State of Florida I personally appeared solidation of the two general bodiesin monopoly in new potatoes.The .
financially and otherwise contractorsand F. Franklin B. U. Qllmore.l A. B.harris 1885. He then elected
; was super- Northern farmer does not understand .
builder to subscribe for purchase J. U. McBride and Alex Haynes.all .
,; receive hold for Investment sell to me. well known and who each intendent of the consolidated body why there is such a large '
otherwise of. and to make for himself, acknowledged before. m* Capital 50000.00
advancements or dispose stoik or obligations that he executed and subscribed. the holding this position until October 1, profit in Florida potatoes. The explanation -

of other col poratlon upon companies or foregoing proposed. charter of Incorporation 1889 when he resigned for a year of is the high price which Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security $130.000.00 **
of the Colony of Marydla. for
individuals and while belnn" the holderof rest and study in the Holy Land. lie Florida commands becauseof
such stock bond or obligations to the purposes and uses therein expressed growers Officers and DirectorsC.

have ami ,'""n'I,,,' all rights of ownership was corresponding secretary of State his natural monopoly in new pota-

Including to form; promote voting power assist. and therewith fl-- Kluslmmee i Witness ,my Fla.hand. this and list official day ot seal July at 'Missions in Tennessee and superintendent toes when he has potatoes to sell. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice Prest.M. .

'jianclally. "art ii<-...'ru tal hi>flsh I" and companies associations syndicates. for- I.). Ul1. O. F. KRIBBS. (Seal. ) of the Orphans' Home for When the northern farmer has po KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest. ?'

buslnr.n puqO,..... whem'ver In the M)' Commission expires May 5. 111.u nine years 18931902. tatoes, everybody everywhere has
F KKIHHS. Attorney. sl.n ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier
deemedwte
judxmcnt. proper of Its or directors necessary It for In tho Interest The first white child born in what\ ,them hence his new potatoes- bringno

of the business. purposes. of this :><>TI<'K OF ADMINISTRATOR!! is now Oklahoma was his son, Rob- more than old ones, often not as

corporation notes bonds to borrow or mortgages or loan, moneyon to act For Plul Dlar barer.IN ert Buckner whose body lies among/ much because the market is over- .a

as real. estate.... broker or agents. (or thei or TilE ( ritT OF COUNTY JUDGE the Indians. The second white child stocked. Not so with Florida; the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ----f.
.al. Ie. rental or management
disposition of all kinds of property. OtCKOI.A COUNTY. STATE born was his daughter, Mettese- whole country is her market; even r a l

personal..... stocks or mixed and: to other Issue obliga-bonds Or FLORIDA. "Little White Girl"-now the wife of other parts of the South. ooooooooooooot division of temperance. That ereif;..

.. and to make Investment. pur- I I. re. Kmtftr .. William S. Ckaasler. Dr. Lockey of Nochodoches, Texas. This fact accounts for the high ;CHRISTIAN worldly people realize this fact and]*' .'..

...be* and In accordance disposition with of Its law assets and for as I It Notice man concern Is hereby that given on the to 6th all day whom of While missionaries to the Seminoles prices Florida gets for nearly every- ,I'+ ENDEAVOR. 4 respect us for being true to the t mi i,]

i'ieal advantage'' of this corporation. and January, A. U. 1914. I shall apply to a band of 3000 soujs) Dr. and thing she produces, hence the high OOOOUOHOOOOo- perance pledge.Our 'y ,j
and tlilnitn.
any and all other acts the Honorable T. M .Murphy. Judge of ,
to any and all other power. which aid Court ... Judge of Probate for. Mrs. Holt suffered from hunger, cold money value of her products per acre. A message from the State Secretary loyalty to God, the Church,i'.i
convenient or ex-
'. be In neceaary.connection with or In addition I of:my the final estate discharge of IIr.m. Administrator S. Chandler and privations not a few. Often siie The United States government reports -: now far away in Colorado others and our own Urea is ,.n'T'I' I

to the businesses hereinbefore' I deceased and that at the same time II would grow faint, not being able to show that she gets an averageof more gloriously manifested than Inf*
Colorado. Mail for-
Specified which a natural person or I will present. to said Court my final account Springs, ( always : '
a corporatron of this character may I as Administrator of said estate eat the boiled corn, and he would $100.06 from each acre in cultiva- warded from Interlachen.) Christian citizenship 1 e4

lawfully do and exercise and to do and ask for their approvaL hunt with his or gather nuts and tion each year while the best agricul- "
any and all the business and things Dated June 13, A. I). HIS. gun Heroes of Temperance.This Let us strive to be worthy of being \?
before mentioned. either. alone or In I W W. CHANDLER. sometimes persimmons for her. Never tural states of the North and West
is the for Christian En- recognized as "prominent temperanc."A.heroes :
combination with other corporations. 24-1 ma 6 mo Administrator. topic
was there a murmur from his good gets an average of less than $14.00per ,
to contract and at the time
Individuals or companies deavor meetings on August 10th. It same reJoice'
with. ..u,- and be :>OTI<'K OK ADMINISTRATOR .
{and be contracted wife-it was all for Jesus. They were acre. .
nan. t" hav.- is i earnest desire that through the that even If such renown may nor ;
(tied In Its corporate For ftmml Discharge.I my
'
The truth is Florida farmers
stationed miles from the simple -
seal twenty .
maintain corporal'- ,
(use and a > tOl'HT OF COUNTY JUDGE STATE! prayerful, careful preparation for com our way-that of "namelessheroes"
ARTICLE 3 nearest white man, sixty miles from make more money with less expense ,
The amount of author I ile.l capital OP KI.OHtltA. OSCEOLA COUNTY. this special Christian Citizenship day can! t '
shall he ten thousand dollars mill eighty miles from the nearest and lighter work than any other '
f Stock !I. re Estate of George II. Ivey, deceased -
all workers in Florida will be
J ("0.00000). divided' Into one thousand iNotice . railway station. He lived in a log farmers in the country.In our "Every mason in the quarry, every "';
dollars
value of t-n all
(.hares of the par I I. hereby given to whom benefited.
sac h. It may concern that on the 30th day cabin chinked with mud while a loft the above facts is found an explanation -j builder on the shore, '
J All subscriptions for stock shall be of December. A. D. 1111. I shall applyto of will of the '
> Many speak
demanded you in the
hands the of the high prices Every chopper palm
[eatd for In lawful money or In prop..rty.labor the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judgeof fashioned by his own was grove' ,
[ or services at a just'Valuation to said Courfeas' Judge of Probate, for of his two children. for certain Florida lands.. For instance the famous, the state, country great'j every raftsman at the oarewing -
i be fixed by the board of director at a my final discharge as Administratrixof : : .room world-wide "heroes of
(meeting called for that purpose and the; the estate of George H. Iveydeceas One spring he went west two hundred some 12 or 15 years ago at a }( wood and drawing water, .

Judgment of said board of directors as cdl; and that at the same time I will Comanche certain place in northern Florida one My thoughts are more with those splitting; tones and .cleaving -
to- the value of such labor property present to said Court my final account. and fifty miles toe
or' services. In the absence of fraud. .. Administratrix of said estate and with him Indians could buy all the land he wanted at who might be called: the "nameless sod- ,
Indians taking six: .
.hall be conclusive upon all parties. ask for their approval. nobody wanted it. heroes." All the dusty ranks of lahor.in the
his
took be DELLA chief of own price-but
.r> The authorised capital may rVET. among them John Jumper, .

..Issued and paid. for and at condition such times as and the t7-lmo8mo.pd Administratrix.ORUKM the Seminole; John McIntosh, interpreter Then it was discovered that this Those of our workers-and thereare regiment of God,

: upon board such of director terms may determine. or FOR PUBLICATION Tulse Necro and Crazy Alligator land was good potato land. Each many of them who quietly, but !March together toward His triumph, "
,
be hereafter fixed In the by law*. and do the task his hands
may year more more potatoes were surely always stand for morality for prepare;
ARTICLE 4 I IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TTH as a missionary band to carry I
-, This corporation shall exist perpituly J1IMCIA1. CIHCflT OF FLORIDA the Gospel. They arrived in June, planted until last year fully 350,000- purity, for all that is noble and good Honest toil is holy service; faithful

& and.' shall name have perpetually succession by It* I Iorpnral. IN AND FOR OSCKOLA (;OUN- 1877. During two weeks they baptized barrels l were shipped from there I and Christ-like in /human: livestheseare work is praise and prayer." '

ARTICLE 5 iYi IN: CIIANCKHV.I. : of the wild Indians and which brought the growers; from the "heroes of temperance." I am -Henry Van Dyke.
shall fourteen
business of the corporation
The
e conducted by a President.. Vlce-Pres- I > (\VAKIXJ: AND M' D. UDWARD9. organized a church. He appealed to $1,500,000 to 2000000. fondly thinking of today among the Your friend in Christian Endeavor
.
'. .. ent. Secretary. Treasurer and Board I ( splaIasts.Cs. send him At the present rough lands five' sublime mountains-so typical of service.
.
ef Directors consisting of not leas than the Home Mission Board to
1 C; ....Seven or more than thirteen member : ) ()') wild miles from the railroad sell at $100 strength and endurance. GRACE A. TOWNSEND. '
these needy p..opl.-W.I
el-cte.1 th*" board of I to
otherwise .
[,Until shall consist of the thirteenCorporators THOMAS W. I'ALMKll. sad all rvrsossrllml I ndian per acre, while improved land is Temptations and chance to resist !

/0\ ", f-dlreclors", [ hereinafter named< Theresident I .g ... latereat neder the said simply out of sight. But the land is them come to even the strongest, the Swat the mites.Cleanliness ,' .
cd with opposition,,
and Vice-President shall be Here be met great
Tkosaaa >V. almrr, or otherwise aad for doubt it hasno I
worth the price no founded in principles.
"', embers of the board of directors r..l4'larly from the I Indians, but from offi- most firmly
.. not
lected. the samti person may hold all othrr prrmomm rlmtwalmm l.t"l'.t finally equal anywhere as a wealth producing i Just a few hours ago a kindly- begets health. 9 9I
ore that one office at the same time (. the property I. this Bill described.I'fe.dats. cers'of the Government. They
;cept that the President. and Treesicr succeeded in banishing him from the farming community. meant fellow passenger through the I 4C

shall not l h e the same personThe It affidavit FIlch change m so desert sands of Utah, said a drink of Potatoes should follow beans. ,, ,
appended made
board of director* at I Ii.' Ilrstigular appearing by field and the t.. ..rvutlOn. Leavinghis What a I
meeting after. annual ,lection t to the Lslll of Complaint filed In above- for would make feel the heat I -
ready me
Potatoes
wine
Indians he short time? "
the a
elect all foregoing officers anti stated cause that Thomas \V. Palmer family'among/ I 4
lUCh jail other business managers ami.gent I I I.. a non-resident o the State of Flor- 250; miles on horseback to Dallas, i the market at the right time.-W. K. less. Another a handsome young Rain and sun are good grass grow
and ida. who. resilience Is unknown and went I
as may be deemed expedient invited me to join a of ers.
girl game
Jic.ssari for the successful. conduct of that there are other persons Interested Tex.. and appealed to Secretary 1 Dr. : Sltl'h( in Tradesmen. o
The business of the corporation andX In the property described In the Bill ofomi1aint to Washington I ranis as a suitable way of using surplus -I
"ompensiitlon ,>f the same IroIded ( tiled In this cause and that W. II. Mcintosh to go
th, however that the stockholderst thc names of such other persons. so Interested and lind'out the cause of his removal. TRY ITo I time in our four days' Journey.It SPILLSI

any annual meeting may change the are unknown to the Complainants I and re- was such a joy to say "No," courteously CHICHESTER
umbel ...r the board of directors or and that relief Is prayed In the As a result he yo..,< returned Angus( Carney, who has announced ,
.
..
"I Endeavorer ..
but firmly am an I *
the rnannei ""th..lr nald Kill of Complaint against such offioj : ,
-
nml prescribe Government -
fliers The ; has __ ...
work. Le4..1 ,
.'lection, " and Incorporate the same unknown defi'lulantR. sunu-d the that he i is his own grandfather : ," was the reason given. It I (."...--.__I '
the l II) I.'w H IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED .that j ials had poisoned. the minds of his neighbors doing mental arithmetic "..Ia I. ... .... u... *
D I : i b.... .dib Si',. a_
The. Ho..ri of 1)1 re. tore shall be -!o'ct- Thomas \\'. Palmer and -all persons Holt. Finally a was .sufficient.I ; p
d annualU on the second Tuesday In claiming, an Interest under. the said I I Indians again-t (I'r.' which makes the age of Anne a mereprimary thank God 10th .'IwJ I". ,;.. r .r; UI. 0',
I on "August :
antler \ .'. <'...'h > ....r. begllnlng! In the Thomas \V. Palmer or otherwise and half-breed I Indian attempted his life, He has compiled : us I 9IeN9saANplL.e.e.
ear 1914 all other persons claiming an Interest : I problem. and other days that we, as Christian I" 5 yak.......C.t5.Al_,iSiM.l5 4 ,,
,, Th.' f..l l'iw I InK named officers and In the following described property I the following.: "} met a widow with of one strong I', SOU)BY DRUGGETS EVCRmUQfi
a part I
Endeavorers are
,oard "i |I.r.i shall conduct the situate In the County of Osceola. and I daughter and I married the I I
, ,uslne .r the corporation until after State of Florida to-wit. :MOTH K TO < KKIHTOHH a grown: . ,- f
I a ;he firm rvmrlar election and the quall"ratjon The Northeast quarter of Section S, I widow. Then my father met my stepdaughter i - ;
<>t th'tlr sucresHOrs In office In Township 26. Range 28 East.in ... OK TIIK I UI''''''''' Ji i.ici.'i'A'I That
ti.' W "i- V-iit/i. Sr.0'\ Franklin. Hamuel ( appear to the Complainants' Bill of I I IN' t'OI ", I': 'w KI.OHIIIA t and married her.
lIa"I'I; I> 'lllmore. H' I D Walter. Complaint herein filed on or before. the : vri. motherinIaand
\ \ ,;111\ < ol wife the
made
; A. B Han. IK, J I' McBrlde. W C Ves Rule Day In November A. D. 1911. to- i I Oct I my 4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4
ta, Ji and Alex Hayn,'. shall constitute wit I the 3rd day o( November else. the K....r or s \MI 1.1. JM" ll'ItC. I made my step-daughter my step-moth i

'- the Th.lloai.l' 'ifrli S I of em Directors shall 1>... Pre..ld."t.V. said IT Bill IS FURTHER will be taken ORDERED as confessed.that ''I...re..........d u...... I'er. My father became my step-son.
S U Walter rr-IHor.' Ieaateea. UI.rll> the daughter .....
'C. VeHta Sr Vice- President. I this order be published once a week : To sit < sIsg (;1.1.. or DC.s.ds I "Then my step-mother
J. O. McBrlde. Treasurer.Within consecutive. weeks In mmm mil iersona
Secretary. for twelve ((12)
I lax H.'n.. ..3 the Klsslmmee Valley. Qasette.. a .. sM.'D.t ..Id Eriste' I of my wife, had a son. That boy ..
, .. reasonable time after the ,. ar" h.... by noU- becausehe LINES'"Dixie
paper published In said Osceola ne.-1 I You. an,1 'I'h .f S )U. claims was of course, my brother ATLANTIC COAST

I .I, a granting meeting.'.r of the the charter stockholders of Incorporation shall b.. ,, of WITNESS general circulation'James W. In Perkins.said Judge tied and and denaI'i'4 reiuii'd. 'vhlrh t" 1reseit s uti ...r.any..lth'r otHamu..1 ot I was my father's son. But he was

'. 1:. e..t.. of this corporation and to adopt thereof and the official seal of J .r :iou-Is- ,b.Ceasi. late
14. suitable by-law. for the. government ot said Court this 30th day of July A. D. 08".0111 t'()Ufl t) Florl(1 t,to the. undersigned within- II and therefore my grandson. That I "SeminoleLimited""South
It.. artatr. not inconsistent with these 1913. Ext'cUtri" of ...1c1. .stHtC grandfather of my wife'sgrandson. [ Flyer"
and the laws herefla.tcd made
me ;
incorOratiOn thJut
of OVERSTREET. '
&rticles Seal J. L. from
'". ._.f the 4tat"! of l'lorida, which by-laws ( ) Clerk. of Circuit Court. two v 'ars Jul' 31..t. A I) 1913 I I .

.1' be th"r.ln repealed ARTICLE or amended 6. as provided O F Solicitor KRI DS. for Complainants. I I U. to' KflIBLA.MRS::! HAMIE. : soUDERS.5xecutriXAttorne 33-H Then my wife had a son. is .My al- i Atlantic Limited""Montgomery

amount of Indebtednessr 82-12t_ ) mother-in-law, the step-sister,

Tho liability highest to which this corporationt I FOR PUBLICATION. I I his grandmother because he is herstepson's I .
:NOTICE so
be subject shall be ten li.l.i('ij: TO < IlKDITOIHCOfHT !:
time can I :> child. My father !is I the Route"DININO
thousand dollars. V. 8. ..*
Department *f the I.terter. > I
RTICLE T. orar sit aelaesirllle Flerlela.Aaasist IN' OF THE COUNTY JUDGE brother-in-law of my child, because -
; Tb names and residences of the subirlblng 2. 118. STAVE OF K-L-OHIWA is his wife. I am a
step-sister

lie number Incorporators of shares of together the authorisedal with NOTICE Is hereby given that Irving list EISLA COUMTV.: II the brother of my own son, who is also the Pullman Can from Chicafo, St. Unu, Ciacianati, ladiamapoli, .Lecw

,r irlbed stock for by of each this are corporation as follows sub-: 0. Walling December of 18 Klaslmmee, I'll made Florida Homestead who.on I. re Estate of LEWIS II. COIIOOW.T. i child of my step-grandmother. I am rule, NashYffle. Atlanta. and Birabf. .* to Jacksonville..

W. C. Vesta.. Sr.. Tampa. Florida. 11 Entry. Serial No. 09S8S for WU! NEK" all Creditor. I.....*"+ Distribt55asd B*. my mother's brother-in-law. My wife *_
6. Township 24 South, ,RangeIs kavisg CIaI5 ccsads .
Section Persoas is myfather's
.
:' ranklln. KlsslrrfVn Florida. 12ares. East Tallahassee Meridian has filed sgsiss* said Eat.te is her child's aunt. My son DINING CAR- SERVICE

notice of Intention to make Commutation and each. of you. are hereby noti- I' nephew and I am my own
Harper. St. Petersbur.orida .. claim to the You. claims
[Samuel S. Proof, to establish and required. to present any Antonio Light.
ned ot San
11 shares.B. Florida. land above described before Clerk of demands which you. or either grandfather. ,,
D. Gilmore Klsslmm. the Circuit Court. at Klsslmmee. Flor and have against the estate ot '
bar.., IIare. ida. on the ttth day of September. Ifll. you may H. Cohoon d.c.&IIed. late ot 0.- For information or Pullman (reservation call \ .. -
D. Walter. Lougbman Florida. Claimant names as witnesses: Lewis Florida to the 'undersigned The fanner who does not feed every .. .!.44J!
ceola County C GILBERT. Ticket Agent. Kmumaeeoo
.. Florida.A. within W.
12r. S. J. Rogers, of Klsslmmee. Executrix ot said .tate. milk on the'farm,
B. Harris. Klsalmmee, Florida L Walling of Klsslmmee. Florlda. from the data lIereof.Drt.d pint of waste nearest Atlantic Coast Line Arait. or,-v : "! k' ..
*.. Florida. Alton Bronson of Orange Center two years *. A. D. 1918. sweet or sour is not. working:,,for'.the
O. McBrlde. Klsslmme- Florid& J'lItJo; S. A. 0000014. kL J.G.IOrkW.1:
.har. Reed of 6range t.r.Tlor". Ex.cvtrlll: : test -profit. '
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: :F;BOWING.RICE' able one man and four mules to handle .strates that rice cart be grown and hit"heart beaM 'time to dm' old 044X440. 400000400:

100 acres of land with the use of ma. In Parrish, Florida, about a yearor FLORIDA LAND Dixlelind.' 4 COPIES* .

:1' chinery from the breaking of the land so ago quite an area was planted The opportunities attract and SINGLE of theILLUSTRATED .

1 : IN THIS --STATE to the time for harvesting: It is this down to rice, but the yield per acre bring: them here but the balmy atmosphere d 0 EDITION .

Iv y s fact which has caused the rice belt.J could t have! been_ far_ greater:' J\act it OF 'PROMISE AND_ and incomparably climate of the .
of the United States"to'"be) now defln-: '' 4- VALLEY' GAZETTE .
been properly planted and raised ;un- hods.themWhe] : one hasspellt
.PAYING INDUSTRY ed aa belonging only to the flat prairie <00 are on sale at 4d
} Via/ ; der modern methods.( GREAT two or three'year,! here he la loath this office .
POSSIBILITIES
lands of the coastal prairie belt of Though the rice industry in the to depart. He is content; to end his 4 .

l' Texas, Louisiana, and similar lands United States has within the last few days In the land where "every ,day i ; at 4

'' PiPES BUT LITTLE WORK In Arkansas, with the accompanying: years made enormous( strides it is die".. i n/*.
CITRUS FRUITS UNSURPASSED Is summer and the flowers never ,,0) 1 \J a cop{-._ t
t result that the old methods of rice still somewhat in its infancy. -- 4- f
culture have been completely revolu- 4 The subscription price

; :: '4X KS' 11< NOT REQUIRE SWAMP tionized. "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" THE CITY COUNCILOF II + of the '
TJV SOME REASONS GIVEN WilY THIS GAZETTE. . .
Again because of tjiese conditionsin d VALLEY III.
Write or wire Menge Bros. Fort
{{[fi VlIAND :TO. ?PRODUCE ,MOST modern rice the Carolinasand NEW SMYRNAPASS is c ;
growing
Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule STATE IS ON EVE OF GREAT I. $1.50: a Year; .

,f f{ *:.F' ,PROFITABLE AND ABUND- Georgia, in which states they do of steamers Suwanee and Corona INFLUX OF SETTLERSAND I c- 75c for six months. .

yC'y, ,*r :Z 40.' ANT YIELD. not exist are rapidly abandoning rice plying between Fort Myers and Fort RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Ia 1 ;

; ,,,; ")' culture being absolutely unable to Lauderdale via the famous Calosahat- BUSINESS TO THE LATE LAWRENCE 1i.i. * . v0 * * * d440pub :r
with the advanced
compete more chee Lake Okeechobee Everglades and
,
iY'/h'/ ACTIVITY.It J. GRIFFIN.The .
1r'n. 41"L The culture of rice in Florida should methods Louisiana, Texas and Ar- Drainage Canals. The most wonderful ''t' < ."i .nr tH'IDE
1.0.:. ' kansas now produce, according to statIstical in America. Wild bird "lion t IIIIMurhis in > our home for
: scenery
)be Seriously considered, not merely .
resolutions were and drain
information, over 9'') per cent and life in profusion. Seminole frequently appears to many peo- following Hi. % crawl I through sewers.. uteri-
1. T game .aid -ooklnff
from an agricultural but alas from council of New I..i. tin'n mi r Jinn. a <
of the entire crop of this country. Indians and alligators. 34-tf ple in the North as well asto residents passed by the city KIN, mil xi, atli-i i '\I."S germs and a I Itilili
.an industrial standpoint. i Florida and Smyrna, of which body deceased was )' iiolsniii.us il.n, Dun use pate
I can produce rice there of our flowery state that Floridais 'iiM-s drag their
# kill nimh.B fir"
1 in
I Inseparable almost with the raising. !| are vast tracts of land within her OOOO>OOU .o 00'0 U 00 000- receiving too much attention concerning at one time a member I winua and l<'1(8 thriuuh" n and trail It ,
,' of rice is the mill for cleaning and boundaries perfectly adaptable to the advantages and possibil- "To the City Council of New Smyrna thinuKh ",our li.m, anil nyr your eat et'i ,
l c' nl..8. Tin. I Last ipi-ck( ci phosphorus
M' grading the grains. I modern rice culture .:. FLORIDA FOR CATTLE. >> ities which its geographical position, Florida: i' niiHlc will' kill a p. IHDII, Hundreds of ,

'I It does not pay to ship out the F Fy I i Experimentswere commenced under t d climate and soil offer. We sincerely: "In the death of L. J. Griffin New n.'T, ,,1.! n'kll"'.' w\Kill.J whit in this h.IIt'Ih way and m they You

rough rice any very great distance, ,I the direction of the Department of believe that "the half has never been Smyrna has lost a staunch friend and I"" .know, thai II nI" ki.n sale a It roach Ii a
with
and more than fifty per cent of the Agriculture two or three years ago That Florida is destined to becomethe told." The prospects for Florida have valuable citizen, and we, the city il.nd I Unit. h.m.hi,l I.k."'n" klll.d and if dog paste bu'Aards 1i

f-: present rice production of the United I to determine the possibility of grow- greatest cattle raising State east never been so brilliant as at the I I council! of which he was a valued ohlrk... th'"' II',1"1fI, 'is .'\ .1'will al \"K.kill sod the It buiiards..

t .. States is milled where it is grown or ing nee on the lands lying betweenthe of the Mississippi is a fact that gainscredence present time, and as the months go member, feel this loss most sensitively. I You nl iiiluht' belt i Irate roaches In your j jI ytf,
{s at'least in very close proximity. Everglades and the the His voice and influence was al- I I h."lI', thou I..kl.oc a .hnnce! with your
(ocean. by those who have studied by prospects grow brighter and III. li\ uslnic past for the roaches. will t
fe A modern rice mill is an automatonof During the winter months these conditions, and a brief review of a the advantages more numerous, says was for what he believed to bo right 111,1,,i kill v.iu and 111. paste will AshesHum
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; and
highly complicated machinery, into same lands are profitably' devoted to few statistics will show the rapid the' Palm Beach News. Can the human and for the best interest of hii _city, I ins I'1 h 'I'.qp.r m..intnlns' ,application no poison Is iruar .'

+ which the rough rice passes and finally trucking but during the summer growt hof the cattle raising industryin mind grasp the full extent of the 'State and Nation."Therefore ...ni ...ed I...In il, bags rid :a.nlntliH.nv home and of other all roachesinln Insects. 'I' G

appears ready for market, graded months they are peculiarly adaptedto the last ten years. wonderful advantages that Florida be it resolved: That I I J"., u b.ix at all dru" lsts IS- tp

Backed and weighed at the rate of rice. Climate an assest has never been will offer to the multitudes of people we in the council assembled expressour I-I ;

M 2 ,OOO to 200,000 pounds per day ac- who will profound sorrow at the death of '
But there are other portions of the adequately valued by the live stock flock here for homes, for

'cording to capacity. state where rice can be profitably raisers, of the United States. Florida business and for speculation, when our friend and co-worker Mr (Griffin; THINK THIS OVER

Hence a mill must be certain of being raised I am convinced that vs henproperly possesses unlimitable possibilities in the Panama canal is opened for actual and it is ordered that the above expression . t

provided with all the rice it can drained, that is in such man- this line business ? Through Florida lies the : and resolution In.1 spread up. I

',? call for, and the farmer should be ner that the water can be held back I With excellent transportation facilities pathway of a new und mighty com on our minutes and a copy he furnish ,
certain of being able to sell all the ed the two local for puhlun' IMPORTANT AND IT COinYOU
t when required, or carried of when both rail and water, and locatedin merce. The geographical position of papers IT IS NOTHING.

r grain his acres can produce there I is a surplus, all the so-called close proximity to the best marketsof Florida compels it, and whether we tion."W IIl"U.o.I. .r IIny ,'orpu.de. .- .
The two-mill and farmer together 11. NEWKI; Mayor. There at'
go prairie lands are adaptable to, thisculture the world the opportunities presented disbelieve the claim or remain in In vour IJ".I and when Ih..yde, '

+ the one depends upon the ,J will not lon be neglected. : different to it, the wheels of progressand "E. T. CREEK"I'NCLK ; not d h.I'\ .. f.elkn, grbu Iran.I gel autre"111'ellot
f ,,
other; but the area capable of being I These level lands are almost in- Cattle and hogs can be, and are being commerce will rush through oar It, ,'a.Ii" "" g. t ..,nt. of breath when f fI

devoted to rice in any one section vari.ihly umierlJid l h clay or hardpan grown in Florida under the most state in the very near future. It is S.VM \.M THE (.\DK.s I yuti, IIk" a htti., "Iro& exercl.e, anal nut
j .. hold
R must be sufficient to warrant the great and 'I'e'f.g- fa\oial conditions, at the least ex- destiny. The opening of the Panama Dispatches) from Washington\ I'Hi'K (eel tint' tnu .III, .(.,. .1 p"nlbl...n.autr.r) frees
I at to depth, > ITpervious \- do a ,h I,, > w .k
that the d! 10
? erection of a mill. canal will trade routes and the (herring news win In th" rh..r,
p to water will retain all: that i pt-nsi- and closer to remunerative change n. hlnK i.nn', pun.(
The extraordinary progress market| than in other of the the great railroads of the country pertinent has onimcmlnl to. mni and .i.... I. ..1 1. sign: Ihlll thole tiny
fif-I I i I. put, UP'I I it, thi* will a Ii-'juateIran ( any part .. \ are not
1 II' Was made in the rice industry not ..!.!>. fa,'lilt ii--., i :t' I I.. e.iilyn I Nottfi .\IIW"lcan continent are striving to secure the most advantageous i jjti's-s the uppiopriation nf evI< ntv) .h.lIh''" p".1\ .II." 'ul .all" han' healthy\ .

teen years ago both in I ouismna, and I' .i ll o'r! \\I''r.i f t' ..i', 'S '01' |I''.. kU F'I.r'da'' i 1- essentially an agriculturi / terminals for the handling tap thousand ..J"l1f"r deep) | t IMC i, by:; ,-, r\\;. 'I.: ". ". :'i':.. tH'. .".'.It'I, r-,, ; 4 4then ::0.
Texas and later in Arkansas is an I of the business which and,,, bl".aol.'III"1 the Kis-immi' 'i' .11 .1 l lCuloosahatihee .nd , "
dry sari i 1'111.1' of harve'ti' i up,'i :a- I i Her future depends largely immense .h,.. .lihv This,, ,r.nl",...i!> has dunsii .f
of .
1 lorid.i
example. tionin, the 111- fall ..f 'h- year upon. the t intelligent developmentof they know iIbe\ theirs. The state river a- i.r..ih.I .. ,Iii, I wilt' I" ''t for > "U "e
the- first pint of the jjovc'rnnn, ntKvviglade ., ., .' t to-day"l anti ,.eta
e When the upland system of cultivation her agricultural' resources. Her of Florida will gather in a rich harvest ,'oe. I ui ?
linuit I really i Florida :s admuuhlysuited II". I r ..u .u., not ...11.! "."1
with irrigation began to be understood to rai.in" rice. While strictly timber, muck prairie and other wet \. Its natural resources in soil : drainage plan. 1.I >1.- ... "Annie,? ,IJe'n-! .1. ...it .k' he but tie back_ )
it demonstratedthat will find and development commendation 11 for forty, -vn .. .
was soon land are of great; productivity and rapid tremeridous ami Kt v -" r "" in.h > to-
country mills were a necessity topropelly : a tropical plant 1'I'e thrive',. best 1"/i adantahilitv/ while her climate is Its incomparable, all-the- thousand dollars for intprov rnu-nt- 1'rUo, II CC J buttla. jjI,
. ,' ; ,: '
I handle the but local the-year-soundcluuate becoming better the Kisiimmri live) .mil 1\\111) :livr Your ,awn JiuKKiBt' r.'omm..nJ. andguarantea
is
ru L he -
uncv"vien |>'Hi i great agricul- ..
'." 'I! -t '(l1 g
4 limited and herds of cattle known and more and more -, thousand dollars for impiovomiiits, to I
means were capital was I tuiul! resources vast appreciated auk him ahwut 1C ; t
The growing\ t'a"ri d.;i this tate the (t'1Ioo.ahaldl'I'l'r.] .
and
y small. Outside capital was sought I hogs and sheep may subsist the year enjoyed. Florida is an
and found, and the country mills were i would he from late May or sally June !round at nominal cost. open air sanitarium, the balmy at. With the hope that the congress, IS HOME AGAIN
to late September or middle! October will take favorable action on the
renewed
built. I i I hence Florida is already a great mosphere being a reservoir '

Sly .. These mills brought capital into This is practically our rainy _reason : beef-piodjc, i g --tat. and the hog in- of health and strength for the young recommendation of the war depal.t.I Dr) .1) t t \Davis i optician, who baa
I during which there i I.? a rainfall aveiagmg '- well the went will be btate-wide south Florida Ix'en practicing optometry here for ten r
old. Its lands ,
toe and as as high
country kept it there; they I dustrj. is steadily developing. At I and fitted of the tact ....
w helped to finance the irrigation canals I 10' inches or moreBy ( county fans as fine cattle, hogs and both in the interior and on the I and the Everglades section (which years people" of Kissimmee many and surrounding I

and they backed the farmer. i controlling: the precipitation on sheep ate exhibited as can be raisedin coasts present the best opportunitiesfor I latter means so much to Miami) are country with glasses is back again I

They brought in farmers rented I I the ground by a proper system of any state.-Fellsmere Farmer.There growing the most delicious citrus 1 especially anxious that the appropriations nt his home oftU-e-lj rk Hotel-

P them lands and put them in the right drainage coupled with storage all the fruits in the world. No other state 1 be made, for if the government !,: where he may lie consulted for optical

r e direction to make a water required for the crop can be in the union offers such a variety of ;i once takes hold of the work it worklleaduilu
crop. obtained without the .,f installing i is no danger of corn silage of 'ear standing cured"
necessity > :>
will until
And the mills made money and the delicious fresh products from the orchards not cease it is completedSuch )
cattle to have tuberculosis
ss expensive irrigation systems causing dairy has been its reclaiming with jla'- |hy Hr Davis
and policy
canals made gardens throughout the in
and the farmer
money,
or producing a tendency toward Eye tested free and glasses sell
who depended on both made money. such as are required in the Louisiana-. year, and as for fishing, either for arid areas in ther."t.. and it i-
that disease reasonable
at priced
v And all three made money, for alls Texas rice belt. sport or food, Florida is incomparable. therefore to be supposed that this 31-4t
This should place Florida in the The choice Florida and I same policy will be followed L
in
three were independent.The Give the chicks as much range as orange reclaiming -I I II
old Idea, so prevalent for cen- lead as regards the cost of production, if have to limit grapefruit when allowed to ripen on I overflowed areas in the
possible, even you
and assure her for all time, a profitable the trees cannot be equalled in flavor south providing It once its handto No. 666
turies, that rice'must.. be grown in a that of the old fowls. Exercise is a puts .
'r swamp, has been exploded, as witness crop and a.'staple one. means of development.I I and 'lusciousness by the product of the plow. The state is drainingthe I : Il
Nor is there any fear 'of'overpro- This pretcriptioo prepared especially'for
? I the rice fields on the upland prairies and other section. Everglades as rapidly as possi-
duction. The United States does not MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
tie of the Gulf Coast region at Texas and The wildest colts will often make the The freeze in California last year ble, and given time it will completethe Five or ill doers will break any cue, and. M

( Louisiana and in Arkansas, the three yet produce enough rice to meet the best horses if properly broken and which was almost as widespread and t job but if Cr.i U. Sam can be if taken then at a ionic the Fever will not \)

1' principal rice producing states of the total consumption!' trained. equally as disastrous as the calamity induced to help out on the big!,: pro- return It act on the liver better tbaa i
Union. The latest returns *how tha. although which befell northern Florida in 1895- ject the slate will be that much better Calomel and do, Dot ripe or ticked ZSc h

Ni the home production amounts: 96 will thousands of off.
This idea doubt cause people to
no originated from -
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to 680,000,000 pounds of cleaned rice' EVER WATCHfUL here who have visited The :
the fact that rice must be raised dur- come never proposed deepening and widening
I ing certain i it fell short by 176,000,000 pounds of this state before. The tens of thous- of the Caloosahatchee river which
a period of its growth
ih under water. the consumption, this balance havingto ands of tourists who have been com- connects Lake Okeechobee with the Sprigg FlemingCLEANING i
A Little Care May Save Many Kissimmee -
be
*' Consequently in times import ing here year after 'year, are bring- : gulf, will cause a lowering of water
primitive and
even down to within the last twenty And America is not stand still. Readers Future Trouble. ing and will continue to bring untold Jin the lake and thereby relieve) the

the population is steadily and rapidly thousands every year, some to engage state drainage canals of almost the

$?vi l that years low either lying lands were selected increasing, and besides, the ron-ui.ip-: in 'business, some to purchaseland I entire burden and lessen the overflow PRESSING

e a at were the right season periodically where inundated tion of rice per head of the population Watch the kindney secretions.See and build permanent homes and from the lake into the rich Florida DYEING i0REPAIRING i
or
methods could be used for flooding easy the i I is increasing at a greater rate than that they have the amber hue produce millions of dollars in value I i prairie. And furthermore, should that

the population itself. of health from the soil. Such thingsare be ,I
fields when required.The ; every year ( river deepened, navigation across :
g The use of rice both ii a egetablf- The excessive infrequent not idle dreaming-they are the peninsula through that river I
science and discharge not or j and 1
of .
utility
had not been irrigation I and a cereal is rapidly becom.n; more ; sure to come. They cannot be pre- the Miami canal from Fort Myers to I Leave word Pt ray house lAud cioUiss f
I manifested to the rice universal with Americans than formerly vented from coming. Florida is be- Miami will be greatly enhanced will be caked' lor and returned '.
I 'ontain "brick-dust like" sedi-
grower. no
and the denser the population coming a magnet to Europe and the Miami Metropolis I ''t
Now in modern rice culture thereare I Dlent.Doan'. Satisfaction Guaranteed
I becomes the greater.In needle is pointing to this state. It
;,
four essential conditions I ", Kidney Pills are especiallyfor .
: of .
advocating the culture -ice is attracted here and it will be buta

t; 1. Level land susceptible of good I I in Florida I do not mean ;ust an increase I weak kidneys. few months ere the needle remains 'R.

drainage and to enable the even I in the few desultory patches I Here's proof of their merit: stationary over the flowery state. :
1 ing of the fields with flood-I .!
water. have seen scattered about. B. F Ralls, St. Cloud, Fla., says: Thousands! of desirable homeseekers ..'
.
i 2. Fineness of soil, good I mean the rue indu"trybotll production I think my complaint was brought who have heretofore been directedto "

having a subsoil of clay or other ma-I I and nulling\ should l le taken' I the west will flock to this com-
terial at shallow oil by the strain on my back from R.SIFLOYDGrocer )
depth seriously and considered in a business -
up monwealth from the Anglo-Saxon
working at my desk. I had intense ,
saturation
making a hard surface, (, way pains through my kidneys and the countries of Europe and help advance ,I'
even when wet, which will 1 bear I have been several times throughthe ,
up I kidney secretions were unnatural and the interests of Florida to the high-

harvesting machinery, this enabling Louisiana-Texas rice belt for the est point of prosperity. We repeat,
too frequent also containing
in passage, -
I
t one machine to do the work of eightymen sole of carefully studying l
purpose I heavy sediment. Deciding to it cannot be prevented, It is des
with the sickle. | the conditions there in the interests>l I tiny. Florida will receive the multi- ;1
S. check the trouble if possible, I pro- t
Abundance of water for flooding I of Northern capitalists and the result cured a supply of Doan's Kidney Pills tudes, but what particular section

,y rice during! the 80 or 90 days I, of my observations leads me to the and began them. Relief soon will retain them depends upon. the

< growing season, thus obviating the conviction that Florida. can producerice using .l:,
and
I welcome encouragement accorded
i iI 1 followed and after I had finished a few
growth of weeds and grasses and dispensing of equal quality at a lessor cost them. Get prices
boxes, I was in good health. eur on ,:;
with cultivation common to than either of those states and rout! Ono thing is peculiar and almost

other crops. with and business methods For sale all dealers. HAY
I, intelligent by Price 60 incontravertible: One P pen.onlives GRAIN FEEDwhich

4. A climate where the temperature become one of the principal; rlce-;>r o. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, in the south no other locality; ,

is never lower than GO degrees I!, ducing centers of this continent New York, sole agents for the United satisfies; "Once a Southerner alwaysa

* in a necessarily long season to properly I The little rice I have seen growing States. Southerner," and whether he is a we make a specialty

; plant, grow and mature a crop. i i in Florida is of poor quality and badly Remember the name-Doan's- native or a settler who has trade his

I These four essential" conditions en- planted, but it nevertheless demon take no other. Adv. 33-2t home here, his blood mounts high il I

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AUGUST 15 1913. 'taW< f.;-r';: '...'..,,
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GAZETTEI \ JII.. '.. .
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3rOTICE.' Proceedings of f class legislation. On motion of this ,'.,

I. bereby IIrIvtll'tbat the same was referred to ordinance >
oil fonowtng committee ;
d land.
? or .0 much thereof

111 OD together on: nec..ary the Ant with day colt pay of of September lbs such amount aale A.and due P. 1118 for ad ..taxes\I IIr'ClwtIl1Bbeaold herein set oppoalte at to ubltoo.ceolRi the '. the City Council' same to have ordinance drafted covering

I County State Of FlorId. Xlnlmme. K .
T. Chltholm representing the Bargains'i ::

'''- . Christian church, .asked that council

DESCRIPTION: OF' LAND r 'OWNER---' MCu A - \' _. July 16th, I91jf. correct'error.in paving.eerdficats'l.- L

A.dlCl.- ., The council met in regular adjourned wed against church property, a. there .
at S B cor. of Block<< 11 W of A.. C. session there seemed! to be, an overcharge.
Ryy. run*.N.60 ft. W 100 ft. 8 10 I ft" being present J. W.
100 ft. ....., ...:. .'.. Thompson Mr.' M,'Tiller Plat, showing Irregularity a e
)B ? Leonard.F. .. president T. M..
-F.---.::.: : .'. .. '.'1Ac. ; Rivers J. +
ho ft. N of SE U Ry;. run N. 10 ft., W 100 E. Rush, G. M.:PratherrWVBrCraw. abutting.his property

la SO ft.. B 100. ft. --......_._.._. Waddell W. D. : ...... ford City Attorney,. and ...R. Gilbert in Patrick's Addition and asked that for the ?
V...... Addition ----- -- -------- council take
lock -_.__..- Fife, Clerk. some action in regard
"G"i
Warren __
....1._ i;;;= : 1.0.11 Billi were to correcting same. On motion same ;
10 ft off N aide Lot approved and ordered
and 1. Block 1 Hyatt C. L.
...... .11 was referred
-------.--- to City
-- Attorneys
and ( paid follows to
Lot > Block I ... a* : as.
? Y .oward. Walter ...._...._._...__ tt.lt ,
...
oSt Block II .>-,---.-..............._....-.-. Mention, Amanda ;.__;:;..__ ...: IS.K Valley Qa..tt... subscription to proper procedure in the matter.
f -- -- -- ? ? A. 8. .!__. 1(6 Q-
---- ------ ad..erUslnc Mr. AE. Donegan'called
| and t, Block<< 1* .__ OauldenNelson Henry _____._ pace In .Special attentionto
4 !.... AMItlra -- __ __ 31,16and Edition __...._. *A.AA
a trip TV* feet wide off of W. G. Campbell hoMa'nLmbtVr*- Negro Lobby next to railroad in Over half thi. tract U in the .rte.ian belt where fine ---

9 ...;.;,ir-.i;.. ;;-.;-L.1-as-- Hesslni Fred __.___?__________ 41 IB J. Ins nT Gilbert-"-----,--advance'for-- Street 10.00 Boswell'a Addition, also to disgraceful wells can' be had Fine land for. farming and trucking.

I. .. C.'s s.neyll Osceola work Hdw "c T"iitend""water Ulj.ao manner in which negroes conduct- 83 acre* of good land only one block from railway

----......-_....---------..- Waring-. R. ._ 1.7B main Mabbette St. ed themselves and asked, that council main line of A. C L Ry. and about mile
i an Itd -. ---_________ Farmer. L. R. _.__._?..__.. t Ga J. W. Miller lot purchasedtor U1.00. take some action to abate said from .
--- ---------------. McDon.ld. Fred _,_ 7.OB nuts acre of bearing and
nearly
dumping orange grove a*
acres
a'l'ji.d.
SS ____ ground & tax 1812 15'.10 many
v---------- Porter, Natban .. .. t.(B ance. On motion same referredto
---- ---------- Cltlten Bank was
Is 4 and 8J -------- __ __ __ French loan for special grapefruit: tree, alto about 15 acre land cleared to plant '
-- R o.a _._._. t IE
. paving ________ ______ t
nla.ekard'a. ... .....1.. .. L.t Ml. _____ 2014..' City Attorneys for investigation. next winter.
... Citizens Bank Inc_ loan >
L. L C. .ry. on for Mr. A.
--- -----------h----- William.. 8am _____________...__ 2.Ot special pay fund to 9-16-1S._ 27.67 E. Drought asked that the Here ,
have
(,....* -i;rvrJE ::. State Bank of Kins for purchase [council open street from Lake to Sugar a man can good school and church priv cor

.. r.i :75"runV"s"fj; "139'"ft"ho Dibble. V. L. 11.4B of St. pav'g certificate 8801.02 Belt railroad in fractional NE% of at the station for shipping jut the place for a fine large

ft, N 181 ft E 110 ft. Tiner 8. A. ._.- .6...,.B The City Treasurer Sec. 27, Tp. and Range 29.: After grove and fine place to make a foftune. Price.including
!less ber. NW cor run. 8 116 ft reported paving old before Sept 15th. $7500.00. Favorable of
7 ft. N IK ft. W 127y' ft certificates considering said request and term
% Dibble V L. 21.BBQreedi. amounting approximately noting Better ?
.E: cor Lot 10 run S 41 ft. ,W lit that Mr. A. E. Barbeau's invettigate.
42 ft. E lit ft ... Q R. 7.SB to 3800.00< due on above date, where property FARMS INSIDE CITY LIMITS '
ft 8 of NE cor<< of Lot 80. run. the Finance Committee -I would be affected by opening said t
ft. W lit ft. N lit ft. E IX ft upon was instructed I We have two tract of even acres each *o situated

L ft.Ell.ftu___.__ Green, Q R. ____n___________.__ 12.78 to arrange with local bank street the clerk was requested to have tome of the richest and best '
It ft. 8 of NE cor of Lot 80 run* write Mr. relating'to right of farming and trucking
ft. W 116 ft. N 40 ft. E lit ft__ Muse Lluy _______________n___ IBB for necessary amount to take care of I Barb Florida with tufficient high land on each to have '
Mlles, H E. _.?_____.__________ 41.CO same. The clerk to issue warrant way.The ,
!lees -b.---N--E------------W-.I--I! street nice grove for family ute and some to sell Here you b..
ft. E lit ft. N 2(1 ft ______n__ Hanaell W. T. _._ 21 BE with interest upon being notified by committee was instructed tage of free county high school churches and good
I o'n
to put in railroad fat
1406 en'
J &
---- Wallace --------- -------- said committee of amount of loan. crossing
-dither.------------; .,
Bees your door and theM farm should become exceedingly i''
[Block *M L" Small Mary ________n_________. ISCt (See amount of loan with interest as Bermuda avenue, as per resolution ; on account of their location I
BWH of: Block "P L." Coffidell, Blla __n__.__________ B.66Bai above noted. previously passed ordering R. R. company and fortunate combination
Block "UL" ., Charles 14.06 ) ing and citrus fruit land, beside being right in town.
rept SWA of Block "VL" Hav.ge. J. W 17 IB The treasurer to construct same, and also re
------------------ was also instructedto '
Block: & .._. __ McGee, Mary W ---------------- It.OB II quested that bill be filed with council term can be had. and there are but few opportunities like
2. and .. Block 7 _. Mrliner A. J. 11.46 credit amounts collected on, first the market.
[Lot* 4 and t. Block 8 __________ Calkin., R. U __________________ lUll contract certifcates at next regular meeting covering cost
and X. Block II ,.. ;II.hxri.r M E= It 41 paving to special I of putting in said crossing.The All kind of FLORIDA HOMES AND INVESTMENTS
and 4, Block It C. AE..U l.4t: paving fund. On motion it was so er
4 and 6. Block E I: Addle. Welford ".n chairman of electric light com- RELIABLE INFORMATION TO ANY ONE a ,
ordered
that the City Attorney settle
brpt a trip 86 ft wide off B end
flock N ___ HoKan. Hattie L. ._______- 24.7B with the county in full for the county'spattoipubhc mittee and superintendent of electric
U... *.. A..I._ NELSON REALTY '.
_. u u ._____uu u______ Hobln.on. Fred u_____"' _-_-__.___ 4.IBUonrcan. ditch for $1,000.00. pro- light plant were instructed to sell
_._ _._ .. 2.40 | old flues taken from boilers at plantto
------------------------------- A. E ? vided the
tit ft. wide off N .Id. of Lot 6__ Smith. Jim ______u_________.____ 4.IB legal points in the case best Back of State Bank KISSIMMEE.c. '
l.rI. .. H (.'..'. ...ry.Ft could be atIBf'actorilagreed: upon. II advantage ,
Jlock Hicks M. J. 11.66 .
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[ al E ..tP'y--oor'-- Lot 7, There being no further business the 4
10. run 8 41 def W (0 ft. N council adjourned to meet in The following communication was : l; ,

t K said W Ave to Stewart. to moat Ave Northerly, thence car N session Aug. 5, 1913. regular I presented by the Ministerial l association A. CARSON President. N. C. S

it 7, th..n.S 47 dec E to beg .. Nelson Realty Co. ______n______ (S.76 :
[Block 14 _______uuunn____ Nelson L. H _________________.__ (606 11
4 and 7. Block IS ____________ Lancaster J. A. u______________ 15.86ow..n's City Hall Aug. 5th, 1913 'I KisBimmee, Fla., Aug. 4, 1913. The Waters & arwt rwt '
A..I.I.- To the Honorable City Council Kis-
Farmer, 1. R. n______________ 2646 The council met in regular session, MvI
11 and 21 Waring, 11 U __________________ 22.66 there being present J. W. simmee, Fla., I .
__ ____--___--__"____ Jones. L. J. un___________.____ 1606 Thompson The undersigned
president; T. M. Rivers G. H Prather Greeting: constituting -

A. O'Neal___ __ Add--------------- Sharon, E. J. ___________________ 1.76WarlnK. J. E. Rush P. A. Vans Agnew, city the Ministerial Associationof Grocery > '

[Block "U" _-uoon__ ._ M. E. ____ ______________ 8946) attorney, and J. R. Gilbert clerk. The this city, recognizing both the :
lock U -.- ___ _-__-u______-__- Powell Annie ___________________ 1.75 value ana power of the motion picture .
minutes
of the last
alkew. AddltloB. meetings were rl. ,
|>f Lot 1, Block U n__________ __ Dradihaw. U. ____________n____ 9.66 read and approved reports of officers show as an institution, and believingit Wholesale and Retail ".tg r

t.JW B:cor.71 ft.of N Lot U 1 ft.Block W 7S"S"ftkdlvlBloa run__n llarrclson, E. W. _unn________ 8 66 were examined and approved, bills to be fraught with the greatest
a II. ., Matkew Ad- possibilities for good or harm to the RiES "
were approved and ordered paid as Q

knd S, Block B ______ ____u____ Farmer. L. R. _.-...-..... 8.26 follows: social and civic life of the communityin .
..rI....'. A.8 .......- which it is operated hereby pe-
Block QJJ 1.06 J W Llllmil for mn\or 30 00
7 side of W 14 of I.ot 2. llogers. O Q
cor of Lot 1. Block N, run Floyd TlH.m, Bal for marshaL_ 7600 tition your honorable body to con- .

|8 ft.,t. W 147._ _"__,ft.. ___N 8761 _ft.___B_: -Uon. W J. 16.66 J Howell Z. Ruberson Bass. sal sal.police treasurer\ . .. _h_ MOO 26.00 sider the advisability and practicability 4040000000000 000 0 0000000 0 .. :
-- -unn ;
tx>t I, -Block O ______-_________ Dibble. C. F. 10.86 J. H of A. C. L. H R. except land Vans Agnew & Crawford sal. 4 WE SELL 0 WE !4
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by J. Mel-hatter ____________ Nelson A. S. 11.IBParker. for city attorneys ? . .._ 2500J mittee invested with full authority to 0 HAY 0 ; :)- iw
of Lot 2, Block 8 run. S W Thompson. eal for m..m.b..r !\\W
W cor 17% ft N Ill ft E: S7V4 ft_. W. F 2416 of Council . __. .. ___ 200 decide upon what pictures should, or 4 I HIDES .I.w: '
./ cor Lot 2. Block 8 rum S 118 (i H !I'rather sal for member should not, be used in the picture 4 GRAIN 0 1IiI:1rmi."I "
____ M. 866 of Council, __ __ 200 :
.0 ft N 118 ft.V 0 ft. u Parker. A. -"- -- .
ock B n_... __________________ Parker Anna May i-..- 966 T M Klvers sal for memberof shows at this place. PURS. 7t':
.Iarwell'. fie-.kdtvlsl.a ., Council. . . n___ 200J. Believing that such a censorship 4 FERTILIZERS "(I ;'. ,
T aWd U ., W. A. Patrick' E. Hush sal for member of 0 0 WOOL .1'.. .. .
Council -_ _.. . ___" 2 00 would give a more wholesome gradeof 0 SHINGLES 0 '
_____________ 686 Valley Gazette. tax list of \' .
ad w.BH..of...1..1.Lot 7 ._u*f Bloek 8.fm .' Dibble V. L. Council.a J.t". .- __. --.- 49 80Osceola pictures to the community to whichit 0 ... ...: ." c

.. W.--A PatHrk'. Addltloa Journal, ptK & stationery is certainly entitled and that the 0 ORANGE BOXES. 0 AND .

and 7 ?_._______________*_____ WarlnK R- D. -,_. It.06- for clerk s office uu___ 31.60J. effect would be correspondinglyhigher 0 0 f' '' I
a
K (lllbert, roll witnessesand
AddKloB pa) '
*trlek 0 ORANGE 0 0 ALL '
__ _ __ WRAPS :
M 90 a
lea. a strip *0 ft wide off of Sfn stamps -- - -- moral tone to the public mind .
Block 11 _______._______... NeUon. L. II. 16.Ot F. H. Jenkins service a* engr 26.60J. 'il.., 1 Ie
and Block. IS ................ Dibble. :J.. C. -.__T- IP.46 L. Overstreet, recording deed 1.70 especially that of its youth; we peti- 0 VEGETABLE. CRATES COUNTRY "" ," .
A.""._ Kiss Wagon Works shpp work this ', '
___..._.._._ ...._.......__._, Neff M. C. ..,...........-...... I Ot 4 0 .
CRATE'
1.7"A..tl.._ Waring Trading Co., house No.. 1.44 matter early and_ most earnest con NAILS
______..._____.______.__. __..,t.: Hick. M. J. .--..........,. ..... 1 OB Osceola Hdw. Co. rod*. city ? 10.60 0 I J'. e
14 IB and It _.-____..___.__ Done can. A. B.! ,........_........ 6. EUoneiran J. R. Gilbert pay roll St. hand 164.lt sideration. 4.00 . . + . 0..0 . .+.. . .. .. ''
and 80 ,____________________- A. E. _.--............ 1.7E H. N. Bratton. sal, St. for..man'for Very respectfully signed, '
28 and 14 Donegan. _..-...-..._--.- It OSFanslar. .Bt. hands ___--______--- 77.60 F ,
_-___ : --_ --. :::::::::::::::: .tt: : _!_ 806Donegan. : Rayford McLaughlin seav'gr. A. J. Holt, Uads. .' : .,
-and- 46- __ ___________________ A. E. -.- 8.E7f (tbal------------------------ 88.00n..rry J. D. Sibert We sell field and garden needs of'aU a,
lira A..I.I._ 1'adnett sal as scavenger We give special attention to fitting out hunting and ,
and 4, Block 1 __- )'Neal. Henry _,_ 2886 to AUK, IHI 1913 - _- 22.00 A. M 'Chisholm.W. Free delivery in city limit Phone No. 12. ..,.
4 and 6. Block 4 onegan. A. E 1: ._ 6.00 Harry Juhraon sal Biavtsr" u 60.00 I '
We for fertiliser Ask fer ant
county agent good
,..'s A"4ltlB- Kiss Transfer Co drayage 13.30 B. Witherspoon. are n*
lock A -__ .-----_--- Bryant II F. 12.16 Mach Bros teams for St work 26 00 On motion foregoing communicationwas 1 price on fertilizer [ I -,
75
""Eats- A L. WalllnK drayage U
4. and 60 _". -.-- ___ _______-_ Farmer L. R. 201 Ernest Park- OsteolH Ulir t'o. Ibr st work f 647 II H I I I I I I II iiiiin I I I I H M I I 111 I M I t

Pock 4 _u ___ _.- _. Aahton Rudolph 1.49 Unr.-oJa Hdw Co mdB" St w k. t SOlisciola advice. '. i 1
C. A. CARSON. I. A. CRANFORD. B. u
nd 6. Block 8 _- Donegan Cattle Co. 367 Hdw Co metery irr '
lock 11 Alvey E J. 2 01 work laying; < water pipe__ 10011 letter President V -""'ldeat. k, t }
Uock 11 : :::1'--.---:-- Alvey.: : C: L. ----:::::::::::::::::: 2:01 It L Hoberts. mil chauffeur fire The city attorneys entered a ,i iI I

nd 10. Block 2 ____ Nelson. A. BHIckB. __ ___ ___unn 3 67 truck c' - .. -- .500. from Mr. S. H. Bullock, regardingbrick !t
lock 18 -- __--_- M. J. uunnn y ____ 2,40 J 7. Kol.>.rann mclH<' llri uept . 5 60:. .
lock 14 __- -- Parker, Mattie _________nuoo 2.14 KWB Aut. Co indue fire del 6UBieola paving abutting his property on ;
...'. "....IYI.I.. of W% ..tf lldw Co indsinredett. 760ceola Emmett street Same was on motion :
81014 ..d SH of 8KV4 of SICVi' : Lbr Cn. Ibr Ire dept. 8421 I KISSIMMEE LUMBER
;
., ...U.. 1m IB. ZO, It..e -' /-- W A Joiner eel xupt E I- 1' 115011H referred back to city' attorneys for
,nd- 10. Block 6 __- Don lCan. A E ._____n_________ 8 06 K (Irfidner. cal ...."r E I'p 51111 attention.
lock 8 .:. Geiger, Mrs. MA. _____n______ 240 N N 1'arsons, .al.l fireman 6500. 1 "
and 10 Block 10 -_-.uun. I>uti"Kan Cattle Co.---------- G.91 J. C Hu< kl .K. sal. I lln.irniiih.Ll. 60110| | < The clerk was requested to notify
Hal W < <,,1' '''II
Kills -- I
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1.a.- \rn jB
8w3 Sec 16, 2t.RvJ9i lees Chas r Cain line w..rk. d - ] 7h banks that hereafter no interest wouldbe .* Rough and Dressed .. t
$30 3 26
E cor runs 8 W J K CJIlbert. e" for Ffll"L,. 27.. paid on current warrants., onlyto
kf Sec. 16, then N 830 ft. E to J. J. Palin. shop work
al.o 1 less I.K 220 ft N of BE- A'm'En" Vo learlnt-B. for ball ._ pay interest when interest bearing
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n. N 627 ft. W 210 ft. S 627 ft. .. ---d' 3 o issued. .r
ft. __ .. .-_ ___.____- Nt laun, A. S. n________________ .906 Flee:. KAVll.: .-.".' 'o . ---I'LI'"E'-L 167 h5 S5Fla warrants are PINE "L ;
yd*. N of 8K cor. of 8W V4 of I'.l.t to. mdse fur I' H1 A A. Tano filed bill for expensesincurred ;
.
UUOsceola
., 12
: Of Sec 16. Tp. 26 R 29 run. Standard, oil Co od Loutfhmarf! fire
nr l for F. L I I', 1 33 I by trip to i
> )'d.. W Cti-i yds. S 139 >'d*. E I Lhr c. -.
.. .-_ ___- ..._,-uuu Jones. I.. J.--------------------. 27.36 OBr.lo.l H.lw ('a. Iurnl'' ""' Ina ]jr. Ho I which was filed as information. JII .
8W'4 cf SW 14 Sec. 16 Tp 26 1. rlnl --
n __ ._-____uuu_ Smith, A J. ___.____nnn____ 36(16( W' Hssl011s, <.iiaaM. ... -. r.nA Communication received from Mr. II HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY 1.
( cor of SW E"t NV4 Sec 28, U-c 'l'ows dr.ya) AC I',' g G. M. Ta\lar relating to bad con '
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sill Supt
\V .J..I" '" :
R 29, runs ft S 21 >i 't '

210 ft_ .n . H" Minis, \V. U _-_ un..u________ 366 '\VIII", II Yat4P I.::111.. rn\I nrurla"" stumps__, _x1111 u'I ;; ;: dition Midland of sidewalk railway on on Broadway motion same nextto .tf '

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w..I I "Ic111 r. ''' Ullltll
C F T1SON \" B Maktnson 'co .rnds for 4231 I was referred to street committee .for
Tax Collector fur. Hla.lmrme City. Florida. VAt I. I'InntiHc.l. .. \'
F. G1LBKIIT. "I .." 11,1"l l ) "..."."." I V 4. 31 attention I, _
Deputy Collector a 1. 1'hlllt .. wood tickets On motion the chair was asked to -
hiss
___ _____, ._. __ h __ State] Bank ids' of 4.!. (r appoint a committee lo draft resolutions -
.H ;. ,'I, sa.u, t01, ...
lirI" .
\V M d,2I. .dc.ath l of
.G I.
:E3CRE:: :: :: SHesrLL11'EhetTY : : I: C3-O TO SCE3:00L: I.; a.rd" : = ] 1.10 of respect concerning .
; ruts, for IvNIt. the THE H. G. SIEVER
( OK KLOHIUA H.A. STAIK ('01.1.10.10 loll S'AMEN Russ u1r the Councilman Cohoon, whereupon 1'G
.ialae.vlite '1'.I l.k.._. A. *-. Nelson representing, following named were appointed: Rr.
for bet development of body. Colltifp of Art and Science,. Normal l that the council
asked
.... . Bard of Trade. Riersand J. E. Rush
plrlt of young H Col- School with Kindergarten Department.School T. M. 1 REALTY COMPANY
....1..10.1..1) Arts law. of Music School of Art. Schoolof subscribe for a number of fences of the further business the I wI
..l AKrlc; .......i Irmcker.' Expression, Home Economics with (Kctola' Journalto 1 There being no
Kxprrlnml XlXloa) te..Ial. .....- Extension Division Beautiful location Valley Gazette and I council adjourned to meet in regular .I
.. .., .rdaualc "".001. 10 beautiful building and flrat-claaa mailed out to northern horneseck- I 12th A. D I
bck building., bealdea gymnaaalnB equipment throughout Including gymnasium be be best courseto session Tuesday, August Prairie Land.;Orange GroveHigh Hammock a,
; pool and many aubatdlldlnKa and anrlmmlng pool. 42 members ers as such action wt uld 1913 at 7\0::\ p, m. I Timber Land Land at all Prices and "
61 In Faculty and of- l of the faculty and other officer to advertising our on
12 young men from 46 Florida 418 students from 46 counties and 10 take in regard/ : that J. W. THOMPSON,
and 21 states and foreign btat aTultlom. and county. also! stating GILBERT Prest I
K. '
city J.
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e last leaalnnFree. 1" Hoard .d E..r. . had placed subscription
comrm.. .iuner* Clerk. : 2,000 acre Stock Ranch will exchange half value
I..> Hoard ..d ..tr.... Fees. $124.00 per year. For Information county
111.0 per yearVrlte today for address for several hundred copies
for other real estate . .
pe. A. A. Murphree Prealdent 32-8t Edward: Conrad! Prealdent. that city council -:- : : :-

I would recommend. .\ NARROW ESCAPEA I
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act likewise of the old Groves all
above request Kentucky colonel] Orange sizes and
on
action
motion .

'II ins College, Winter Park, Fla. Upon was deferred for further con. he school hadn't had drunk made a a glass proud of boast water that in .



EST jrir1 COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL i itc. CAMPUS IN FLORIDA. sideration Mr //N of Trade C. Bryan asked representing that the.councilconsider theBoard twenty years says the PittsburghChronicleTelegraph. I : KISSIMMEE I II "' / !

FI'De Art Domestic and Industrial he riding to Nashville -
Academy Music Expression the purchase of iron benches One day as was ,

Arts, Biulne, Taechers': Course. a parkways for benefitof the train was wrecked while ,r

twelve buildings steam heat, electric light, fire protection fine to be placed on On motion same crossing a bridge and plunged into

'asium. malaria quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teach.ma.lc winter visitors. the colonel out
no river. They pulled
{ a dozen pianos, two glee clubs chorus class.t referred to the street committeeto the <
_ $5,000 organ, number of with a boathook and when they got DOZIER LE.TPEB'S INSUBMCE C I
*t> new rooms for business school equipped with every modern device; to find cost of necessary friends rush- a.t a.
of his ) ,
shore
10 of soils fertilizers foods water; preparation for engineeringis. benches and report at first regularmeeting. him on one \ .

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Mr Bryan also up Th OkUt mad largest InranaM
Acme In Omol County:
akes, boating, swimming gaU tennis, football basket ball consider of ordinancerequiring "Colonel! Are you hurt? FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT
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William Fremont BUckman, Ph. D., LL., D4 President. vided same could be done without a drop. '. .
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fin r PRao CHINA built walls around herself 4,000 years ago. Then she went to sleep. She is just waking up.


u The wall wasn't built for sleep producing purposes; just built to keep outsiders out. But the result was the ,

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,' from;Wl a same. When a city decides that outsiders are not needed it is already asleep. f


4 MI IhduInsep There are a lot of Chinese walls around cities these days, and they are worse than China's old wall, be-

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E trading It dc cause most people cannot see them. They are invisible but they are none the less potent. A city must

1d.: 'roughand m. either sleep and slip or keep shaking herself to remain wide awake. There is no half way. Just keepingthe
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ITif'4'' at presentSUUs leas gate open won't do; it must tear down the door and 'hang the '"WELCOME" sign all over the place. '


f i,. +ot u.Am'big A city, if it wants to keep going, must send out invitations all around the country---invite everybody to come,

'appear'tacked which 1 and "stay as long as they like, promise them a good time and see that they get it.


20,000>rdin| No matter whether these invitations be advertisements in newspapers or magazines; let them be letters,
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1tt ;Irg call pr f< or postcards or circulars, but tell everybody that Kissimmee is a place to live in, to work in, to prosper in, and

eertaiigrain sooner or later they will believe it. They will come and see and invest. We must work for Kissimmee---and

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,getherother keep at it. The more we do the more there is to do. That is the only way to make a city. It is strange thateverybody
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'devotee must doesn't see it. It helps every bond holder, home owner or wage earner..

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Vas The n There's no longer a Chinese wall around Kissimmee : neither are its people asleep. The streets are busy,

i teen Texas 3 the men and women are prosperous. Strangers express pleased surprise at the look of things. But let's not

exam;
r)R rn \.. vatioi Wh mistake the beginning for the finish. We are buzzing along at a merry pace---engine going smoothlygetting -

r; '1 t.,. ' dersb that somewhere. But this city-building business is no joy ride--it's an endurance run, and we've got to keep

'.to;' t'prop mean small putting in the oil of diplomacy, co-operation and good fellowship, and the gasoline of ginger, enthusiasm, pub


4 and built.1 licity and salesmanship. Of course we are going to do it---and everybody in Kissimmee is going to help us.

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i!; f'J turii swathe l SOUTH IN WHICH TO MAKE YOUR HOME. ,

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( ever KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY
"' Cafe and Soda Fountain D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE
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thai 108 BroadwayG. AGENCY
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/ met DOZIER LEITNERReal G. M.'TAYLORUptodate
net. B. Poet Prop. Estate and Insurance Cash Grocery CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE
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''' I Goods Clothing and Shoes, Bicycles for Sale and Rent, Expert DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE !
'i are Furnishings and Notions Repairing 105 Broadway Dry Goods,Clothing,Shoes Furnishing t
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;f',oi on Adding Machines and Typewriters Real Estate and Machinery. Real Estate, Insurance, Rent :
%j _!IiIi -!ffi- $ 203 BroadwayJ. '
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Pool and Billiard Parlor W. PRENTIS
SysI 14 Broadway Being remodeled and enlarged. Piano, Organs, Talking Machine

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Mtin NELSON REALTY COMPANYNo. OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. A. S. GILBERTDry *! '
ti Builders' Hardware Farming Machinery Goods Shoes and Notions MACH BROTHERS Phone 113 '
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Groceries and Fresh" Meats Cash Store Wholesale. and Retail ROLL BASS MARKET
Main StreetTjhntAth 10 Broadway Phone 21
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