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 22, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00608
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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IS THE BEST CITY IN THE SOUTH! IN WHICH TO MAKE YOUR HOME ;

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A CROP THAT I k' KISSIMMEE'S HANDSOME HOMES r(1-1NINETEEN YEARS'


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IN ORANGE GROVE I ;;1 I I
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WITHOUT THE COST OF A '" I BUT SAYS HE WOULD RATHER is
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DOLLAR EXTRA TO CUL I HE A CONVICT IN FLORIDA

TIVATE. ( i F, ; THAN A FREE MAN IN

t ANY OTHER STATE.
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I 1) B, Spahler and E. B. Long appeared -
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at the Valley Gazette office "If I was forced to decide between j

Friday afternoon with an auto load 'I II II I nr going to the penitentiary or being ban- ,

of watermelons that were just aboutas I __ ijuhed from Florida I would take the

large and luscious as we have ever ,II t 'er __ penitentiary end of the stick." These ,

eaten. Of course these gentlemen I __ f i rI >v i were the words of R. D. Libby as he '

presented two of the best to the Gazette __ I told the writer good-bye on Monday

otherwise we could not tell the I last just before he took train for a ti

story of their sweetness. Mr. I II ___ six-weeks' visit to his old home in }

Spahler in an old resident of the I II II I Maine. ttl

section in which the town of Taft I 1 ">'ou may think it strange to hear a

is' situated, while Mr. I Long is' a new I i man of my years make such a statement 41

comer to that progressive little place. and I wouldn't blame you if

When asked as to the crop of you put me down among the 'nutties

melons and the cost of their cultivation I but t mean every word of it, and I

:Mr. Spahler said: "As to the iI I I | repeat- t

number that grew to good size I willsay I "I would rather be in the penitentiary
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there are at least thousand, andas I in Florida than own a fortyacrefarm
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to the cost I can say that it was and be 'free in any other state

practically nothing. That sounds fun- iI I. in the Union.

ny, I know, but it was this way : whenI I I "Twenty-nine years ago my physician ,
Residence of Harry Thurman, on the Lake Shore. in )
worked my young orange grove Maine told me I had but a

early in the spring I planted the seed, I I -- -- - - - .. ... - oF .. ..v_ _, __ h ___ :i short time to live, and to at once put
and at each working of the grove - I| my affairs in such shape that my

thereafter the watermelons necessarily CITY COUNCIL WILLEQUALIZE : The Valley Gazette LURE Of THE PLAINS I people would have no difficulty in settling -

came in for their share, as it was I up my estate when 'it was all i

I impossible to properly cut the weeds : TAXES : Practices It WAS TOO STRONGFOR ;I over.'
What Preaches 1
and fertilize the grove without givingthe "I confess that the good doctor'swords

vines the benefit, therefore you |I\T ITS :MEETING; :" TUESDAY, SE1'TEMI1ER made me feel a little dubious,

see that it did not cost me an hour's 2ND AND t HENRY AULTMAN. WIIO i made cold chills run up and down my

extra work or a cent extra for fertilizer -! MILLAGE FOR CURRENTYEAR. ASSESY .tl) O.ITES A "BUY AT HOME" CLUB BECAUSE IT BELIEVES LEFT FOR OKLAHOMA LAST I back and my hair stand up a, mite
I also have straighter, but the idea of dying didn'tappeal
to produce my crop. THAT TO HE THE ONLY WAY A CITY CAN CONTINUE ITSPROSPERITY.
SATURDAY
WITH CATTLE very strongly to me, and after
a goodly number of peach trees planted l
i in my young grove which far overpay TRAIN. a heart-to heart talk with my sister,
a t me for their cost and keep. In I The City Council at its meeting on I : during which she said she would goI +
the night of September 2nd, will receive I along and look after me, even though
fact I don't much take to the idea of I
cultivating of country, the books of the tax assessor and c ooo -x--O: fications of good citizenship. And The cry of "back to the farm" has I it was a few miles beyond the end of a
a great area
\ but more to insistent farming, and I I sit as an equalizing board to hear complaints 4LADY AGENTS WANTED 414 all those statements we now and here been answered by many men in the nowhere, I decided to come to Florida, ,

believe I am the gainer by it. I have I against any valuation that has 4 (10 repeat again. cities who"are. today prosperous and | and twenty-nine years ago I landed
been placed against property. > To introduce attractive 4 But most of our preaching here .
already sold about six hundred melons, our appears happy tillers of the soil, but to the
I at an of twenty-five cents I At this meeting the council will I I.4- \Dress Goods, Silks and fine Fab- 4 I to have fallen on deaf ears, and we man who has once straddled a bucking f "I have been back to Maine once- 4

L each, and average there are about four hun- 1{also levy the millage for the year 1913. 1 f.41 rice in every town. Handsome O i now come to you with a somewhat broncho and thrown the lariat over nineteen years ago--and I am going C. t tI i

dred more in the patch. | The present millage is 25* which the 4. goods-(popular prices-exclusive 4- I different proposition : Let the Board the horns'of a wild and woolly steer, back this time just to let the people

council will reduce if it can possiblysee ] patterns.. Large sample outfit of Trade authorize a "Buy at Home the "call of the plains" is ever in his 1 there see how a man looks after her

"The money received and will re- its way clear to do so. Those who 4 FREE. Write for liberal com- < I Club," and invite every man and ear, and it matters not in what busi- | had been told he was all in, down and '
receive from the sale of these melons with local conditions woman in KissImmee to become I[out twenty-nine Today I
are unacquainted 4 mission offer and secure territory 44 I a ness he engages or how large the years ago.
will more than pay for the fertilizerand | possibly think the tax rate is high in > now. 4* member. Let its rules be such that city in which he makes his home, the I am enjoying the very best of health, if ,4 ,

work I put on my grove, and Kissimmee, but when they learn that 4- O any citizen would be proud to be on I "call" is ever present, and sooner or I as does also my sister, and i iyis only

leave a small balance, which convinces property here is assessed, at a low :- << its rolls, and those who refused to later he answers it. I in the picking and packing season thatI

me that a man with limited means can value, they readily understand that The above advertisement was received join could be singled out and looked Some years ago Henry Aultmanleft employ help to assist in' caring for

make a living while- his citrus grove taxes in Kissimmee are much lower last week the Valley Gazette upon as detriments to our city's we!. Kissimme for the West, and my two-orange and grapefruit groves,

is coming into bearing, that is, pro than the average town that has made and ordered inserted by its next three fare. And let those rules apply'' to there is not a cow camp or a hone "From the day I landed here I have

vided he works, which a man has to 'and is making advances of a perma- issues. It is printed here exactly as all alike-merchants, professional men ranch In' that part of the country made a living, 'and 'now after more

do at anything or anywhere if he nent nature. the reads with the omission of I and day workers. 'from Texas to Montana thnt he has not than sixty years have rolled over my r

wishes to keep out of debt." j i Another feature that makes our the name copy and location of the firm.If | Let everyone pledge] him or herself |I visited and punched cows or broke the I' head I feel that I can take things

When asked as to what progrepsTaft taxes lower here than are usually in if it "buckies." So when he returned here easy, for my groves bring in all the
here
to purchase everything can
address of the t firm .
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and the surrounding country was force in other cities is the fact that name and I he obtained.We something over a year ago and stated money my sister and myself want and "
included in the above! advertisement possibly I yIn
making, :Mr. Spahler -said : "Why, the electric light and water works are was he was here to settle down and wait leave a good snug sum for enjoyment.
than probable that a have faith, enough in our business -
you ought to know, for we are merelya municipal owned, and the rates for it i i- more I for old age to come rod carry him I fact I guess our groves are worth 7 1 41
dozen living i" Kissimmee men to believe that they will not '
suburb, of Kissimmee, although we lights and power and water are at the women I home, those of us who had tasted the about fifteen or twenty thousand dollars
would make\ for the j ,charge one cent more for their goods I'
application< 1'0-
are in Orange)! county. But as you appear minimum. For instance power is furnished I eweetness of nature knew otherwise, -not much as money goes these ;
sillon; and be the diiect cause of hun- 'after the club is organized than theydo
days, but still it's not bad for a man t}
to have a real man's job in keep- at the rate per month of $1.r:! i and only waited for the proper timeto
,die l- of dollars leaving this city that now. who here sick and broke.
ing tiS"of\ the many improvementsthe ( per horse power, and the machinery in i come to see Henry pack hi1; ; grip I;. came ,
'' by wary right, belongs/ to our merchant The Valley Gazette; nor its employees -" "Bu- the and property is the
(people in Kissimmee are making, 'this office-cylinder press two job and take a train for the vast plains.That money !
I will, tell you that Taft is growinginto presses, a folding i machine i and! a -. i 1 send money out of Kiasimmee time came on Saturday, 'when \I least part of the game. The real big : '

a first-class little city, and its Mergenthaler typesetting machine \\e have; \\iitlen scoies of columns to purchase anything that can be ob- the Miller Bros, were shipping' a trainload thing, the thing that brought forth
of ; of tained from our local merchants, nor of cattle from Kissirv' to the Ithe remark at the beginning of our t
population is composed of as progressive is operated at a cost per month .upon' the ruinous (practice patronizing II i iee
have stated .docs anyone else who has a' proper I 101 ranch in Oklahoma. When the conversation, is my health. That's
a set of individuals as ever got only $3.75.Are :} mail older, hi usewe; .
together in Florida. I taxes high in 'kissimmee"! time and time, again that disastrous I appreciation of what good citizenship train pulled out from here Henry --ua the thing above and beyond all others "

"Engineers are now in the t field surveying They are certainly lower than in any result would follow to the business of stands for. in charge and we venture to say that that .makes me love Florida. A per- '

a route for a big ditch that will city it has ever been our privilege \to any city if that practice( wa's continued I those who desire to keep in touch with son who never experienced years of '
the Krskine: Smith of Canada owner of him in \the future had best direct their i sickness and suffering in the North
drain that entire section, which comprises live when everything i is taken into ; we have repi-atedly( made statement ,
nearly forty thousand acres. consideration. that our merchants sold goods Krskine Heights farm, adjoining the letters in care of some big cattle ranchin | can not appreciate the feelings of a

Of course I don't intend to convey the I I jut a- cheap a.- any mall order house noi th limits of Kissimmee, was here New Mexico or Arizona. man who comes here and is cured, t;.
this, week from, till completely cured. Why, my friend,
Monday yesterday.
and have a
idea that our big ditch will do all the in the country we gone
ORLANDO fAIR AN and slated that the perMIII II" returns to 'anada to arrange: his I just feel like blessing that old fellow P
work but we intend to dig laterals little, fUll the i (
f. f. HUNTERIN
s wherever needed, and not stop until SUCCESS who patioiu/.ed foreign( mail order business affairs that he may spend the !CAPT. Ponce de Leon every day of my life
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ASSURED winter here. for discovering Florida, for it has been
not an acre is left but what can be housedue- not use up to the quali- FARAWAY fRANCE I
.. .. the means .of permitting me to enjoy
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of the -
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cultivated '
at any season year -
life for the last ;
twenty-nine
AND:" SEMINOLE : I' years. !
regardless of how much or how. little OSCEOLA VOLUSIA I
"During my residence in Florida I
rain falls. These engineers will court I :' ; COUNTIES JOIN WITH ORDERS HIS GAZETTE SENT TO i have seen many people come here af- f
plete their work in a few weeks, when ORANGE IN MAKING:" EXHIBITION. '
I I CALCUTTA, INDIA ASSAYS\ dieted with every imaginable disease,
an assessment will he levied against of I and I can say with certainty that I f
l the Important Meeting TO MISS A COPY WOULDBE
all property owners to pay cost
I have seen but few cases that were not
which they have already agreed to. When such men as II. II. Dickson A CALAMITY!
benefited, and those few were too far r rgohe
"We believe we have one of the and W. R. O'Neal take hold of a I
for this climate
and
even
Board of Trade MondayThe pure
best sections of the state for farming i proposition it will come pretty near I air and water to benefit.
conclusion Paris, France, Aug. 12, 19i3.To .
successful -
fruit growing and trucking, and when being carried to a "This will probably be my last trip ty''
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all the and these two men have \been the Editor K. V. Gazette,
, I I speak of'our section I mean back to my old home for conditions p,
territory for twenty miles around delegated by the citizens of Orlando< meeting of the Board of Trade that will occur on next Dear Mr. Harris: It would greatly there have changed so that I am a'

u Kissimmee, and with the ground prop- to make all arrangements for the Monday should be attended ,E y every citizen of Kissimmee thatis oblige me if you would kindly for- stranger, and I intend to put in the

eouarl erly drained I can not but think this holding of a fair at Orlando during interested the future growth oTthe city. ward my copies of the Gazette after next six weeks telling those Yankees

un l country will settle up with farmers January of next year.It in any way in receipt of this letter to Capt. F. F. that Florida is the best place on earth i

r from the West at a most rapid rate is the intention of those gentlemen Those who have not been called upon by the membership Hunter, I. A., Surveyor General's Office for a man to live, it matters not d

t I l -and why shouldn't they? Good to- make the next fair the biggest committee should be present to have their names enrolled: while Calcutta, India. whether he has millions of dollars or

' land is cheaper here than in any other thing of its kind ever attemptedin who paid members should be on hand to consider the Allow me to congratulate you upon only a few dimes. We live here every
those are up
_* state in the Union;Struck can be raised middle Florida, and to this end they that of vital importance to the city. the' excellence of your recent special day in the year, and there is plenty of
here every month in the year, and have invited the counties of Osceola, I many things are edition. work for anyone who has enough en"f

there is no place under the sun as Volusia and Seminole to join in the I Plans must be started for a thorough advertising of Kissimmee Please note the address here given ergy to do it. ij

!i healthy. Those advantages are enoughto movement and display their products'l II and Osceola county, that this section may get in line with carefully as I would look upon any "Be at the depot in Kissimmee six a'

bring to us a population equal to These counties .have accepted the work started to develop the state of Florida by the Southern delay in receiving your "cheery" pa- weeks from today and 111 tell you

that of some of the overcrowded vitation and at a meeting of our I and Development Association, of which this county is per as a calamity. how glad I am to be back home" fI
commissioners of months ago Settlement
European countries. a couple I I
With kindest regards 'to Mr. Trip- S
Chairman E. L. Lesley was instructedto part. Anyone knowing the whereabouts
Boardof S. J. TR1PLETT. Prest.C. lett and to the staff of the Gazette
Captain Nipson, in charge of the take the matter up with our I: of John W. Witchard will convey a r
'' and best wishes to yourself\
dredges of the Fellsmere\ Co., was Trade. It js expected Mr. Lchley F. JOHNSON. Secy. favor onhim by writing to C+ W. HUI i
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here a few days this week in consultation will meet with the Board on Monday .JIll I Yours sincerely, at Princeton, Fla., who has important

with P. A. Vans Agnew, one of night, when definite action will be' F. FRASER HUNTER. news for him.
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VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, ItlS.
PAGE 2. THE KISSIMMEE .
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I register every agent and a registration I and it is .to be' unlawful 'for'either' uoo o- +Q> ,

t'tA111R VOTES WOULD I certificate is given each'agent. I THE CHARACTERAND race to live in a block" occupied in

I Before the Comptroller :and Attorney part by member of the other race.

DEBASE WOMEN I General may issue to any investment THE VISION This does not apply to domestic servant -. "

+ .\ I company a permit ,to sell its *,.who may live in'the house where THEArthur .

stocks, bonds or securieties in thistaie they are employed. I' ,
TILLMAN SAYS i lhey TrtU8t hiakr'such-examina' 'i OF AMERICAN LIFE.. .An;.per80n.violatincthe.provisions,'I' ,. ,

tion of the concern and of their plano I ,of the Atlanta ordinance is punishable -

doing business as will satisfy them I by'' a fine not exceeding $100 orI E.,

BETTER SUFFER EVILS WE HAVE that the concern has a fair, just and WILL COME FROM THE SOIL I sentenced. work on the public works ,
butthelaw for
equitable proposition to offer, - .thirty days,; or both. When per. ;
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does not permit the. Comptroller tmlu for building-are given, the race --- it

AND and Attorney General to .recommend j IS THE OPINION EXPRESSED BY BETTER HAVE DEGRADED I
EQUIEf4" ,I any company's securities. j AMBASSADOR PAGE IN A mast be given and notice published.The .

'' . CORRUPT POLITICS THAN I The Investing public should be slow I .BULLETIN ON .EDUCATION city' attorney will look into the .
i ; "' DEGRADED AND CORRUPT ..- J Ito buy; any kind of stock or security ordinance carefully and it 'possible DoneganREAL .
IN THE SOUTIIr
WOMEN.; I offered them until they have salisI :! th t-,such-an ordinance may be presented -

,.DOES a< I fled themselves that it. is no goldbrick I! 1 to the Miami council, ar the

lS.-Sen-I proposition and-the "Blu Sky" Washington, D. C., Aug. 16.-"The j present division of the city is due en- "
Washington. D. C., Aug. law makes this easy to do. All thatis largest problem that faces American tirely to a tacit understanding, and is :
PRO) of the
ator Tillman, showing some necessary i is to ask the vendor for civilization today is the building up !: governed by no formal ordinance. ESTATE
t that won for him the
former vigor
I his credentials and a showing that the life declared Walter H.
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attacked Hof> country
of "Pitchfork Ben, i
1 sobriquet concern has a permit to do business Ambassador to England in
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Page ,
a NO DIFFERENCE i
woman suffrage in a senate speech : i
in Florida. bulletin on "Education in the South," :
Th cv today. I If the stock offered is that of a corporation just issued by the U. S. Bureau of I, AND INSURANCE
'' 'Ib.reilc "It is a beautiful] dream, said he, t located in the county in which
"that female suffrage will purify politics. Education. The Proof Is Here the Same Aa .
; it is offered no permit will be necessary "We have .
The vital!, important thing for just passed through a per- I f
to make the offer in that county, iod of organization of the machinery ; Everywhere. :
4 effect ,
to consider is the on women I
us
Insept themselves. We had better endure but if the concern is not located in of .the modern world, making the city i AGENCY
of rice'trading results of corruption in politicsand : the county in which: it offers its stocks and the railroad, but the country has I _
the or securities for sale, then the public been left out. Now we must build it t For those who seek relief from kid-

It dorough debauchery in every about government condition I will not only be protecting themselves, I' up. We all know that in the coming ney backache, weak kidneys, bladder x
than
9 rather bring a but will be assisting greatly in the centuries, as in the past, the character ,| ills, Doan's Kidney Pills offer hope of
and the '
and mo which of will the mar the beauty womanhood to administration of the law if they will I land the vision of American life will :; relief and the proof is here, in Kis- Second Floor Citizens Bank
glorious
luster I
pteeentStates'i have been accustomed all I make it a point to find out if the salesman come from the soil. simmee the same as everywhere Kis- .
I whom we is a duly registered agent of a "In our early days the characteristic 1 simmee people have used Doan's and

at least our"We lives.can better afford_to have degraded -I concern having a permit to do busi- j, of the people of the United Stateswas I Rissirnmee. people recommend Doan's,
% i* :A. mo than degraded ness in the state. I individualism. Great as this was the kidney remedy used in America
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"> 'of high and and bad corrupt politics To have both With the hearty cooperation of the I I for the cause of democracy, it rested I for fifty years. Why suffer? Why
which t women. ; public, the investment fakirs will be a false economi basis. A man'shome I run the risk of dangerous kidney ills It Admits
the upon
as was
in ever increasing degree
I
"appeartlacked is well -fatal Bright's disease. Here's Kis-
case in Rome, would make the world driven from the state and it can not be his castle, for he is -
simmee
known that Florida has suffered her proof. Investigate it.
linked his brother's keeper
horrible as well as I mutually as I
unspeakably
20,000 so and share of losses from the sale of fake i whether he will or no. A larger ; C. W. Campbell, Dillingham St., I
that women
rdingHenc both so corrupt would, disappear good men from the face Hocks and gold brick propositions 'to I vision and a large liberty and a larger ,I Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I have used Of No Debate
its citizens. Doan's Kidney Pills and know from I
of the earth and civilization would be opportunity have come upon us as _
1 /Ing pr blotted out like it was in the dark 'the task for our working hours. We personal! experience that they are a
d call fo remedy of merit. I them fromI
got !
after the fall of Rome."I must organize in the country. I
tartaingrain ages thoroughly a convert to NEW BUILDINGSIN i Speaking of the work of the Con- I the Kissimmee Drug Co., and they relieved Protection from Fire Loss
am so I ,
,
Y me of a lame and aching back
the belief that you cannot touch politics CAPE BREEZE ference for Education in the South, I and other of >
"Thegether symptoms kidney com
i which the bureau's bulletin is chiefly
without being defiled that I i to I ,)
should shudder to think of the consequences devoted, Mr. Page said: plaint. Is Of Even r
other; to the womanhood of Am- THAT ADDITION( DESTINED:'; TO "The historian of the progress of ;i, For .sale by all dealers. Price 50 '
devote cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
erica should suffrage become univer- BE AMONG:'; THE MOST POPULAR democracy could not write a more
flv must :New York, sole-agents" for the United Greater Individual]
sal, taking in both sexes and races. RESIDENCE SECTIONS thrilling' chapter than the events of ; States.
erectio
Yet the experiment is going to be the past 10 or 15 years, taking as a
The :'; (IF KISSIMMEE Remember the name-Doan's-
tried, I fear." cue the note of the Conference for
"was m See Equal Suffrage Coming. 1 Education in the South. We began take no other.-Adv. 35-21 Importance to You

/*'' ""teen y Senator Tillman said the demand When 'ape Breeze was first laid .' with the schools and the child, and we OOOOOOOOO ooo i t

Texas of women for suffrage was growingtoo out, about two years ago, the own end with them, of course; but every;, b
j fast to be stopped by "old fogies"like ers established the rule that no one step has been toward a widening 4 ORANGE: CENTER0- Than the Protection, of < ,

exam himself and that it was apparentthe could find their way clear to build and Democratic ideal, to see how we could -0- -0O -
to erect a building to cost OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OI
guarantee teach another and have
men of the country would give one we come The County's Industries
l< derstcs them what they demanded "Even not less than $1.>OU as soon as they I to have a broadening sense of all that Mr. Gazette: We are all under a CALL ON US
that t could find their clear t obuild. and I little
way suppressed excitement at this
though it be to their ultimate injury. cooperation means.
/grope Iil VI: believe women will improve pol- that rule' has been rigidly: adhered to, "To till the soil to train the chil1 writing, just on the eve of a day that It Does Not Depend On The For Real Estate Bargai nt

l means itics," said he, "But ultimate politicswill with the result that some of the hand- 1 dren, to make the home, a work of I may mean so much for Orange Center Farm Home

small destroy her as we know her and somest residences in Kissimmee are :( continual human service, I count these : and vicinity. We are all hoping Passage of Tariff Laws .

and fabuilt love her; and when our good women now found in Cape Breeze. 1 the !greatest privileges' that can falli I and working to the end that that our Vacant Property,

are no longer to be found and we Among the latest to begin buildingin i to the lot of man. We have workedon candidate for commissioner of this Business Sites,

Thtv have lost the breed, the doom of the that delightful] addition are HenryR. a program to bring to pass the district may be the choice. If there is Property for Kent

the ci republic is near." Overstreet and''D. H. LedbetUr. I dream of the fathers, that our Republic any virtue in unanimity of purpose But Simply Etc., Etc.

helpe.t Senator Tillman included in his Mr. Overstreet's residence is partly I shall be and remain the hope and cooperation, this the 13th precinct

t and tT'h speech a vigorous attack upon the di- finished, while the foundation for Mr. .at the world." I deserves success. The result of the i On the Securing OfIA Lid your property for ..0Wl"fH /.

t } vorce evil and referred to the Diggs- Ledbetter's residence has just been f selection will probably be known late I

w them Caminetti white slave cases in Cali- laid. The residence of J. C. Ledbetter I I Washington, U. C., Aug. 16.-An- Wednesday, in time for publication in US
direcA fornia. is practically completed and wouldbe other candidate for the office of Unit- another column. If not we will give j Fire Insurance Policy! WE'LL PUSH ITIjj !

An I 'We have bad women in South Carolina an ornament to any city, and those ed States Marshal for the Northern it to you next week. If it were pos'

canalwho ;. and throughout the' South,"' he of his brother and J, If. Woodall are District of Florida appeared here to sible for all of our people to vote, I

t .r' ,,'I, said, "but the habits of our peopleand just about as neat and comfortable as day'when A. M. McMillan, of' Pensa- there would be no doubt that our man

And'aIr' ;"'e,<" their customs inherited from our any 'family could want. It is under- cola, called on Senators Fletcher and would be elected, but by agreement the

threi forefathers makes it dangerous to, stood that several lots in Cape Breeze Bryan to ask their endorsements for elector must have been in the state a jj Town Lots fifty We make a specialty -

t monkey with men's womankind. Some have recently been sold, and each pur- the office. This brings the list -of year, the county six months and the I

tunet northern people call us barbarians. If chaser intends to erect amodern, and candidates up to fourteen, all of whom district thirty days. If we meet defeat to five hundred of all kinds

ewarthe. the California men had our customs I up-to-date bungalow. Being directly I have scattered endorsements, for the this time, it (is our purpose to

Diggs and Caminetti would not be on the lake, no better place for a I most part of a local nature. get in the game stronger than ever dollars each. of Real Estate
W of tIiLout alive now, because they would have home could be found, and within a at the next regular election. We are

been shot like dogs, and the fathers I couple of years we doubt if there is a I Several hundred Floridians arrived on our way and we will not give upI I Large tracts of work and Insur-
lot left there for sale. today on an excursion train from i
i; prim of the girls they have ruined wouldbe vacant till we get there.

Unic acquitted almost without the jury I Jacksonville. Among the visitors are W. A. Spence is building a summer prairie and tim- ance. Your busi-
Tt"f C. W. Carlton of Fort
Myers Algernon
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leaving the box. RECALLING THE DAYS kitchen addition to his house.
the 1. is the best law Keathley of Brooksville; H. V. : ber lands is
"The 'unwritten law' Messrs. Bass and Bonney were Or- cheap. ness solicited.
ingt1 I Coarsey of Bradentown, and ex-Sen I
to protect women's virtue that I OF LONG LONG AGO lando visitors on Saturday of last'''
undt ator Pasco of :Monticello.Representative .
I think about the
know of. The more week. I I

'1 even Diggs-Caminetti case the more out- WHETHE:'; EDITOR OF THE VALLEY I| Wilson is again con- I II I Mr. Neal Johns of Orlando and Mr. I I
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fined to his hotel with an attack of Z. K. Rogers of Turnbaugh, were Or-
a yeas and society which not only permits GAZETTE THOUGHT HE I I
that fever. Shortly after his return from ange Center 'visitors last week.
ads such crimes but encourages them. AIDED IX RUNNING:'; THE Florida about a month ago, followinga I A dance at the big Sand Lake.grove (

4 met GOVERNMENT:'; visit of several weeks to his home, he on the 15th inst. was well attended D. G. WAGNER Mgr.
1 tleid "BLUE SKY" LAW !I was taken ill and confined to his rooms and proved to be amost enjoyable j ,

for over a week. His present illnessis I affair. Mr. Stokes is a genial host ',

/ had NOW IN EFFECT :My old side partner, William A. a recurrence of the former indis- 'and enjoys seeing others having a Kissimmee, Fla.

gro' Pratt, who is busily engaged these poMtion. He expects to be able to good time. '
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warm nights: as a proof reader in return to his House duties in a few :Mr. Nethercuts' peach trees are the

are INVESTMENT FAKIRS SUBJECT Uncle Sam's I'rintery, showed me a da vs. I "growingest" things going. lie has ..!.4 raa4a43v4"i4 7r: iafiwC..;}afi oI oI ;{ 4t": :-;.:-'

1 ; TO ARREST-ASK'THE STOCK newspaper the other day wherein wasa 1 out five different varieties. One tree

do ''r'ring VENDOR FOR HIS CRE group picture of the Florida I'ress HACK SEGREGATION 'that cost him 12 cents sixteen months

i DENTIALS.The Association and looming large] therein PROPOSED AT MIAMI ago when just an infant, bore 175 fine ,- --.- -
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was the face of S. J. Triplett, a former luscious peaches. j I

member of Columbia Typographical of Miami Recommends Have sen those Orange Center
hat ( Mayor Passage you :
ter law gir.crally known as the I Union whom many of us here well of Ordinance. penants flying from Mr. Bonney'sauto I I IDEAL GARDENS

: tit "Blue Sky" law, passed at the recent remembr. In the days when "Trip"was Miami' Fla., Aug. 18.-Enforced ? Strangers seeing him pass _

eve session of the Legislature, went into I among us he sure was a "square segregation' of the races by means ofa don't have to ask where he is from. An Ideal Garden
to the
" haon effect July let, and it is now unlaw- man" of at least the thirty-third degree city ordinance, was recommendedto You have heard of Abernathy, the i general tiucker is one that brings big I

) ful to offer for sale outside of the I type, and I will bet right; now- the city council last night by Mayor U. S. Marshal under Teddy the torriblo i -eturns on his 111'e trnl'l1t. !Perhaps the greatest<< single factor

mtinl county in which the company may be although I am not much of aport- .J) \V. Watson, who asked that the city |, who caught wolves with h's'barc I towards the: realizat.on of th.s Ideal I is
S located the,stocks, bond or secure- | that if the said Stonewall Jackson: attorney be given the copy of such I I hands out in Oklahoma; well he has I

ties of any concern except those of I'Triplett's] paper (the Kissimmt-e Valley an ordinance now in force in Atlanta, noth'ng; over some of our people. I PROPERLY
j jgr PROPORTIONED
Florida Utility Corporations, Bank- I Gazette) is set bj the pipe the (Cu.; with instructions to investigate While crossing a ford through! Cypress FERTILIZERfertilizer
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; ing and Trust Companies, and corpo- comps count everything in sight-iol- n fully and report to the council atnine creek a few days ago in an auto, one I that Kues to the plants
rations under control of the Railroad umn rules, head rules, cut, t'teand .- future meeting, on the advisability of the men jumped astride of a four a quick start and steady growth

,Weot Commission without an official per- I also some things that are not in sightto i I and practicability of adoptinga and a half foot 'gator and rode him and develops products with good shipping qualities. 4

the uninitiated, such as the foot similar ordinance for Miami. !Ito a capture. I
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tGin mit.This is a very wholesome piece of slugs and the chases; and I will also Some weeks ago Mayor. Watson's Mr. G-o. Herendeen of Burdick- Ideal Fertilizersare
legislation and is more far reaching ,I wager something that "Trip" makesit attention was called to the existenceof ville, Mich., writes that he will move I

ee#' than many would suppose upon first I mighty hard on the proof reader he such an ordinance in Atlanta, and here this fall. made. I
reading of the Act. It requires every I hires if that functionary fails to "ring" he immediately wrote for a copy of it, i W. A. Spence, our plastering con- right Send for our free books entitled

concern located in or out of the eta. everything where there is the least believing that it would be a good thing tractor, has been given the foremanship -

except those specially exempted as doubt in favor of the down-trodden for this city. /I I of the plastering of the new Florida Vegetables--Irish Potatoes.

enumerated above, before offering for comp. I am told that "Trip's" paperis I I The ordinance is for the purposeof Methodist church in Kissimmee. This
ale any of their stock*, bonds or other a successful one and that the old' "preserving peace, preventing conflict t I means that Kissimmee is to see an
securities of any kind or character war horse is on Easy Street in mat-I'' and ill feeling between the !! tra first-class job of plastering, eX-I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

outside of the county in which they ten material-news that will be pleas-I white and colored races and promot- .I WAS is. I Manufacturer of

are located, to submit to the Comp- ing" to friends here. Many's the time I ing the general welfare of the city s IDEAL FERTILIZERS

troller complete financial statementsand Triplett and the writer have foregathered 1 by providing for the use of separate I Let us 'plant trees,. but plant just I I

( ti get a permit signed by the Comp- in union matters, and ever the 1 blocks by white and colored people for .! what we can do justice to. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 11

i.h tr troller and Attorney General. The old scout was there with the real I residences and for other purposes. ... Local Agent. Waters &. Carson Grocery Co.

law requires a so that when the com- goods.-W. N. Brockwell, in .Washington The blocks are to be denoted as Sifted coal ashes are not fertilizers\ ,

pany is given such permit, they (D. C.) Trades Unionist. "white blocks," or "colored blocks," but they are good coil llght nere. --

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into the Caloosahatchee river country mile and a ticket on which anybody course, Mr. Brown filling the office of i bean, the Kudzu, and a few others
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INTERURBAN i from the main line, giving accessto might ride should not exceed one and state executive committeeman.Mr. ONE OF FLORIDA'SGREATEST that can go to make 'a varied palatable -
thousands of of the richestlands
acres one instance where we put in a su- Richardson
having accepted the feed, such as a dairy cow wants.
ELECTRIC LINES in Florida, which when settled onen instance where we put in a suburban secretaryship will leave soon for Eng- NEEDSIS I We also have carbohydrate feeds In
I will furnish an immense volume of line
and forced the railroadsto land to induce
a colony to settle here. abundance, such as Japanese cane,
I freight and express business. reduce the fare from 25 cents to At the meeting the needs of this colo- sweet potato, cassava, and others, that

FOR SO. FLORIDA "First of all we propose a direct five cents, at the same time all the ny were anticipated. Those compos- DAIRY FARMERSNET make our dairymen independent to a

line to Lake Okeechobee to commanda lines made more money because of the ing it should be educated to the scienceof certain extent in the matter of feeds

through traffic which will\( more than influx of the people who were attracted farming in Florida; to satisfy this from outside sources.

CHICAGO CAPITALISTS TO AID cover the cost of operating the line, by the low rates.-Bartow Cour i particular need they should have an GOOD PROFIT FROM STARTTHAT Another advantage we have in the

and put the management of the sys- ier-Informant. experimental station provided for South over any other section of the

tem in position to give low rates to I' them. This will cost money. country is our clim te. We do not

COLONEL PROUTY, INVENTOROF the residents of the country and city. CHAS H BROWN Wishing to help along a good cause, PRACTICALLY EVERY CONDITION have to supply an extra 25 per cent

r PRINTING PRESS AND One of the best posted engineers in i I Mr. Brown has agreed to raise $10,000in IS FAVORABLE TO of feed for eight months of the yearto
the north writes us that he considersthe Hillsborough and adjacent counties t
the natural heat of the
GASOLINE: PASSENGER SUCH ENTERPRISE IS keep up i
eAR HEAD OF MOVE connection we propose between' the TO RAISE SUM TO I I I to finance the proposition. This money PROVEN BY EXPERIMENTAL animal as is the case during the cold
east and west coasts one of the most will be spent in Florida. The tripto weather that prevails in the northern

.. MENT.An interesting and important local enter- England consuming much of Mn STATION.The states. Another advantage we have is F,

prises in the United States. From DEVELOP FLORIDA Richardson's time will not cost the freedom from flies and insects) of all t' +,

this main line it is proposed to throw state a cent; the time and energies of kinds. While it be difficult to
interurban railway 1 line using: time is sure to come in the near may
out branches to accommodate the en- other officers will also be without cost
believe, it is nevehtheless a fact thatin
traction care, connecting all future when Florida will be one of the
gasoline
tire country. When the people can I to Florida. But the benefits derived I
Florida the flies to not become the
the important cities in South Florida, $10,000 FOR SOUTH FLORIDASUM greatest dairy states in the Union for
.j get the stuff from their gardens and will be of inestimable value. pest te'cattle that they do in the nor-
there obstacles
is now proposed and an effort is being are practically no to
fields to a profitable factory, thous- The $10,000 Mr. Brown proposes to it and decided thern states, and it is a rare occur- 3 ,, .
made to interest a number of Chicago prevent a great many
ands of people will come into the WILL BE raise by donations from Boards of rence to see cattle tearing around ina
capitalists in the enterprise.The RAISED THROUGH advantages to offer to the man who
and will With Trade, from City Councils and from
country stay. proper half-crazed condition trying to get {
invests his in milch
in the propositionis money good cows.
prime mover sidings every grower along the line BOARDS OF TRADE, CITY Boards of County Commissioners and away from their tormentors Truewe
Colonel 1 E. Prouty, who is a retired In a bulletin recently issued by the
has a station at his door and the farmer COUNCILS AND BOARDSOF ) from private citizens.w His canvass state C. K. have the tick, which if allowed to f
inventor making his home in agricultural department
now who is located a few miles back for this money will begin just as soon get too numerous becomes a pest, but I g
assistant
Arcadia Colonel Prouty is well COUNTY COMMIS McQuarrie, superintendentof
comes direct to the line and delivershis as he gets matters properly "lined is easily controlled if the proper methods w
known in the business world, the two the farmers' institute, says:
SIONERS.
without several up. -Tampa Tribune. used such cattle
driving keeping
products are as :
most successful inventions of his be- "The money sent out of the state
with track sta- well salted and well all h1
miles laterally a to a groomed as
the printing bearing his every year for dairy products is awayup
ing and the gasoline press traction car tion. Upland rice can be raised in Florida has been the first state to HEALTHY LIVER: in the millions of dollars. This stock should be. Weant.also In-. a + "r
name machines well watered section of the w
which is being used extensivelyin abundance and put through form an organization for bringing into money could be well kept in the different United

the west now by some of the largest rail- instead of beat over a barrel and the the state desirable immigrants. The MAKES: BEAUTYFamous communities if we had enoughlive States, which is an important" con-

companies. He spent last Fridayin finishing touch given it at the factory. name of the organization, formed Friday stock farmers. The protein feeds sideration for livestock.

way And it will be a joy to run sugar cane in Gainesville, is the Southern to feed dairy stock can be
the and talked to a number of necessary
city Actress Finds that f4
the business men in regard to the pro- into the factory in train loads. And Settlement and Development Organi- Liver is Necessary to Good a Look.Healthy grown here in profusion and in great Don't be irregular about the mllkinp

."-& .''- ject and received much encourage- all goods to be canned are handled zation, a cooperative institution. and Youthfulness.One variety. Our cowpea hay, analyzing time; have a definite hour In the morn-

ment. with the same prompt and inexpensive Charles H. Brown, president of the 16 per cent protein, is equal pound for ing and a definite hour at night, and A ;*

carries fifty pervice. And the pine woods will Tampa & Gulf Coast railroad, has I pound with the best bran on the mar- milk at these appointed Uimes. .
The Prouty car passengers of the best known women of the
and yield the years of their maturing to been appointed state executive committeeman ket. Our velvet bean hay, with almost -
besides having a baggage American stage is writing a seriesof
the motor and the skillful artist, to be distributed of the association and has as high a protein content as the' When the fowl acts dumpish, hasa
express compartment, articles on the preservation of
everywhere to enrich and please the been entrusted with the responsibility ; and
at one cowpea our never failing beggarweed poor appetite, and seems generallyout
operator occupying a space beauty. She attaches great importance .
machine. In it possessor," says Colonel Prouty. of looking after the executive ends I are also equal to any other protein of sorts, it is best to pen it alone
end of the appearance to keeping the liver active at all
have fares. of the organization, also of conferring, feeds. Then we have the for few and .
resembles the regular Pullman car "The people must low I times, and she is right. Neither good soy a days give agood physic"Dutton's
develops Transients the established ratesit when necessary, with similar organi- _.
and is about the same length. It pay I looks nor happiness will stay long with --- -- -- -
is proposed to fix a maximum "commutation" zations from other states.
a speed of forty miles an hour. any man or woman who lets the liver i
rate in the charter for the Mr. Brown got back from Gaines-
In operation, these cars cost but get lazy and sluggish.It .
Colonel In benefit of the people who uae-the line ville yesterday morning, having come
little. Prouty, correspondence isnot always !safe to take. calomel -
.i:. with Chicago people, states that frequently. Many people will wantto round':by way of Jacksonville. At the the old liver remedy Doctors ,

from Arcadia to Lake Okeechobee, a go into the country to work duringthe success of the meeting he is highly agree that it .is a very uncertain drug. Special '

/1 train will carry 160 passengers and day and return to the city at night. pleased, saying that indications pointto But the Kissimmee Drug Co has a ,

can make the trip at a cost of but $3 Their fares being right help to solve the marvelous growth of Florida) remedy for sale that they guaranteeto -
the labor question. Some good towns under the stimulus of the Southern Shoes for Men
for the power consumed. With the take the place of calomel absolutely,
low cost of operation, a one cent a will, in the nature of things, be built Settlement and Development organi- and still be harmless, causing no restriction r

mile passenger rate will pay for up inland and near the lake, and this zation. of habit or diet. This. rem- $3.50 y'

the operating expenses and leave a will bring more people into the country But for bad weather everything edy is Dodson's Liver Tone.Dodson's 1+

balance for the railway. and make more business for all. To went smoothly Few minutes after Liver Tone is a pleasant-
Joshua creek the meeting was ailed to order in the I Advanced Style in New Fall Good '
From Arcadia is it proposed to run illustrate, people on tasting vegetable liquid, but it starts
the road direct to the lake and if it [would go into the city for a nickel, Gainesville opera house it started raining I the liver gently; and surely and relievesconstipation Now DisplayedWe

is feasible this may be continued to and BO on. With a ten ride family and kept pouring/: down the whole and biliousness so

the east coast. Branches are propos- ticket the fare should be one cent a afternoon. Unable to lease the White 'promptly that it has become a dependable have them in Patent Leather Button, Pat'k'
I House hotel, the liftel noon session was thousands of homes in
remedy in
I ent Colt Blucher, Russia Tan Button, Rua-
held in the hotel where the proceedings: ,I
the United States. There are scores
Tan Blucher Gun Metal Button Gun '
-M- .'. Metal'y
wound up late that't'nnJ., : of families in this vicinity who will
The inception of the cooperativeidea : n'ot be without it in the house and who Blucher, Vici Kid Blucher Plain Toe Vici

James J. Hill, of the I Kid Congress Plain Toe.
Js credited to would not. think of starting on a trip
(i'patorth..ln:: Railway system, who I '
without a bottle of it.
Legitimate SEE OUR WINDOW .
realized thijt by uniting the governors /: I The Kissimmee Drug Co. has sold so

of the states along' his railroads I much Iiodson's Liver Tone that they

to accompany him on a t top' and make are convinced of its merit and will Dutton-Harris Co. FOOT

and Conservative speeches at the principal towns, the give any person his 50 cents back, who FITTERS t

section would jrain wide publicity; buva bottle and does not find thatit
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r ]I.atel tin- idea -|pn'ud in a modified takethe place of ("alomto' per-

foini to :M.ir\l.itnl./ where. IraS'urheld I \ K"- fectionAdv.. :I-It

Must bey the predominatingfeature \ being" 'Inn)i ;, ro\einoi(: took

hold of tli. plan/ of "onpr! ',Iulite de\el-

of any and all trans- opiiu-nt.! d""lIll'd i !1'.,(uuu(' fiom his own

I pocket and imluitil! he late !lejlislatun -

actions connected with the I to Ifl"' $:: of ;\Iarland '
he1"' '"t !njrht in the -talc ) -

affairs of this bank. (cm hintr, t re\\ comet, boa to farm

. and ile\i 'l..p' i,in h l Io'if' nlli, landFince:=' ---- Hyde Park of KissimmeeA ----

then them" has been )held a contention' ---------

Securety and Safetyof of goteuut.," from niun\ tat("-, mtludniK large number of these beautiful residential have already been sold
thttati' ("f Florida 1 to irettuirethti


all our funds and thoseof of Ol'llll"lig on in one additionalettlers'uni. .'non" nbiecIthat. and, Club House, Amusement Dock, Etc.

succeed after they are
our depositors i is" our first helping brought thorn in.III.'HIII Plans and negotiations are under way for the construction of a beautiful club

$ ( for South Florida Development house, an amusement dock and recreation grounds on Lakeshore Addition.

and foremost consideration. Kiali/mg the nihunlutfe/of: organizing These improvement will greatly enhance the value of this property.We .
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in 1 1.101l
I ; We want your business called the meeting III ames\ille; lat prices and terms. .

week for. the purpose of ft letting oflicer I

r onCitizens this basis. S. l>,a\ifs and Warfield the necesar, of Baltimore>' committees, per-. Get In Before the Rise J '

fecter o'f the -cheme, i- president ; Hr. I

Bank of Kissimmee W. :N: Stinson and H.has II.been Richardson chosen \who itepiesident PHONE 66 Clark & Meiklejon PHONE 66 ''

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inner-
affairs is
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SHOWS TIIAT THE FLY IS TilE ia entirely!

CAUSE'OF PRACTICALLY ALL' tists that : ,7
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aIIEQUIRDOl sible that

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given have -
beliefs, handed down from generationsof not-
wise stable, a makes of envelopes
ancestors are preserved with ;
all the reverence that attaches to re- I I using f tried
+PRO1 ligion. They hold their own against I al 1,

the established discoveries of progressive pile IH a / of a Imitated in Color but
creasing
today.; Because-: their grandfathers ,
Let the
placed blind confidence in general !
1 Thdtrora cc blood-letting as a sort of cure-all, ed tight
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fibs; Uerir would be ample justification for a considerable i''I Then) the i Unequaled in Quality

art share of twentieth century I!, olo.se-fittinK
.an Indus, sufferers submitting to the same rather :1 kept up ('

of Insepi ricer find disgusting a physician operation foolish ,enough if they to eot use'ld i:( one excreta.that (' OR MAKE A 1 ISCOlf; :; ? FOR THEM WHEN YOU BUY NEW. f Ii IiJ

grading the knife. Because the people of a ., openings, I
It do'rough generation or two ago ascribed alii left large \j
r cases of typhoid fever to a polluted Remember, J -
'and mo water supply, is sufficient reason for ing effort to Makinson Co.

presentStates the persistent survival of the idea and in 1

i today. life. Is it and 4 St. Cloud, Florida s;;
at least The scientists of the. medical profession But the I
WA mot are quite abreast of their brethren not stop at ] r j
of high in other lines of search. Since tends to : r

which t 1880 of thereabouts,t the doctors! of I the pantry, r ."
I, "appeanbacked the world have been searching more is kept amt tions would greatly benefit t our river! a grove on the Drawdy place owned I
diligently than ever before for the I sumption. l I traveling public. by our worthy host and hostess fur- \

20,000 causes of disease, quite as earnestly as I ibles Well, "obb's landing was on- dcnti- ,: ni.sh an abundance of that desirable I*
cereals nation and fril'nclohn/ coming fruit, and the water from the flow
ordingHenc for their remedies, and because they i ( I our
have been successful in discovering I I, production, j out in a small boat | soon rained us being but a few degrees> warmer than

"'Ing pn the former, the other element in the I solutely( j to land and we were warmly welcomed ice water lemonade is our favorite ;

eall fo problem has become vastly more I< All foods i by both host and hostess XV r found lieerage.. '
certainfraln pie. im-I should I be R I F. and the boys hard at work on :Mr. Cobb and the boys are working ,.

t They have discovered the foods, such I : I their new ground, and we disc-ovned ( hard to clear the water oak hammock i

'The of typhoid fever. They have classified !- j ed just as ( a fine crop of corn on the ,place. 'I he and Hex Is sitting up in the '

: rgether it, measured it, photographed it; are : I water oak hammock had produced\ cry shade, enjoying a cool morning'silncezc
other I fair it being new ground and I und finishing up this article i
; they know its likes and dislikes, howit until they crops;
i I -* A devote brings suffering and trouble to hu-I carefully /' I exceedingly rough, very little was expected for our county's official journal. 4'

must man beings. !n fact, they have the t1y. the t first year. REX.
erectio ed an intimate acquaintance with it I I Ilex is now rusticating in f'obbtown. I'
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The and have found it a formidable but not; if district, eating, drinking and 1 becoming a ar
our own
/was m unconquerable enemy. They have I closets, are I I ; merrier and merrier each clay.The .: \\ IIITT]ER :
|.V-/teen y come to respect its fighting abilities I possibility ; I best water in the county, as linea 000 1
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Texasexaml and they earnestly recommend their i ed. Our > housekeeper as this or any othercounty .;} ?: .} fi04; ; ; 400000040
lay brethren to shun it by every means less than I can produce an abundance of
I Wh. possible. taminated I fine cooking material on hand; combined Wlnttier's boom is not. yet in full I g
+..'nationderstc More than this, their acquaintancewith I danger to I with an unobstructed view of (nice; the railroad is here all right I ,
j it is intimate enough so that they necessity of I i I the river makes this location a most I lul the full-Hedged passenger train !
that < i i ii yet a thing of the future. The track '
I. S point out with entire confidence the screening desirable one. The few mosquitoes
I i>roPel] straight and narrow way by which it are i that annoy us are easily driven away has I been laid but the full and final !

t meant may be avoided. Eternal vigilance own private by smoke, and our sleeping apartmentsand acceptance}> of the road has not yet !
f small is the price of freedom from it, but traverse j not invaded. Fleas and other i heel 11111,It.. In the meantime we are

li/I t A and f. the freedom is worth the price. I Aided by a I troublesome night marauders are un- i doing jut as well as we ever did and ,
built.Tht. The life story of this'parasite twice I I[ known. I Hooking, to t the near future for some
go
has been told often, but its interest to thing better. Our new depot is all
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I dreds of At the Cobb) mansion we found :\11''''
the ca 'c"J j 'unlit and only about a mile and half
in
human beings 'country and a
every 'snugly > ('obii's> mother, ylr,. :Seater; und a
B helps climate must gain in the repetition. !; mobiles : sister of :Mr. Cohli, Mrs. Roberts, uI from. ,. the town proper.
and 1 1t
Typhoid germs exist in some indi- credible .. resilient of -renowned Maker coun- I Key's J Democratic rooster is in fine
Tif u I I
vidual or individuals-what are called i they carry 1 ty. Mrs.: Roberts was accompanied ,MHMJition, and Hunter's paradise well
them "carriers"-and if we could imaginefor i Whence I by a daughter( and little "0)'. They situ. ked, with hunters. .
direcAn only a complete freedom from the i I Whether : : ; : left our shores Friday morning
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disease in all the human race, we poison of i( i :Mr.: Ed Fuell! and wife and :Miss fall merchantsarc laying in their
cane stocks, making due calculations
: 'should be picturing a future from ; I
there is Simmons and one -who had been pre- for'
who which it would be banished for all I increased population. The hotelsare
viously known to Miss Anna
they may I us as
: time. But it exists and that It being well aired and prepared 1'01'I
'' uMr I' may avoid them, Simmons werevisitors Thursday I'future I
threi ;- ,'" be transmitted to other individuals re. earnestly as night. Miss Anna !introduced us to occupants. In fact we are a 1
Tlx quires that the bacillus must be trans busy. people, ,f
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large> and a young man by the name of Norris, :
x tune mitted. us the I and politely informed Rex that it W.HS The ('i'vil service: examination will
t swat This germ finds its home in the 'di- i i to inspire I I ) her hii.shiiiid the marriage' having lie, well .patronized, and are all well
f the gestive system. It leaves the bodyin horrible I taken place sinnrc om 111,1 t meeting -.iiisfieil' i I that the proper material will
> of ttu the excreta from which it is carriedby In fin
; I \Mtli t the young lady. '1 hey 'an- lushed for a new postmaster.
Lour the common every-day house !fly Keep the ( : ) IIppal''ntl.dOllig of heir
I u part ( himoymoiiiiing I ev i !howdy has been seriously ill
pan to the food that is consumed by othcrhuman right( to let i at oui friend Kd's Inn lia-, i "ei useied.I .
Unit beings and in this way it finds I cause the ,(' I The cIIltll'1,1 goats on the. Colibtovvn -
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Ti its way into other digestive systems Treat him 1 plantation,, me III .fine. 1'11111,110", I II"I "I'l iniitive' Ituptibt church is coml'lit -
theing and spreads disease and death And "?d and a preacher/ is expected to
biggest( part I A splendid, ] wire fence' eiienrles" (the
..", plantationhich uppears/ lo.l.c. almost i in lien" on the.. first Sunday. Kev. Mr.
1'' undif" snake proof meaning t the fence.Vhile I i.in \\ ell Continue to fill his regular
C( T appointments.' "
I \ III Kb"ll1lllH'1'1' the.
even l i guest of 11 Ir. and Mrs.: Harnett of the Kt \ :Mr (Craw; of Lockwood isiieaihiiig

year that Inn, and) fully appreciate' the acconi- | , to the Bull Creek people
I inoilutionns and they) to ]like him
+ adsr furnished.) :Mis. lUinett! i h appear

r met.w DO ] u splendid, housekeeper( und !her conversational Most, of the jx-ople that are able
field I attainments are noted for t take the Valley Gazette and we alltipieciate

T: their unurucy, and refinement.We :. ; | it as one of the most able
4 had I found that :lIt:. Cobb. had been journals in the state.

indulging m a bit of extravagancesince :Not
Fruit I knowing how far to risk your
groN our preMousJMt to the island.! }patience> will try again if this is acceptable. -
are I A li'ie Worse' '' und top buggy constituting ,, .

dratlog 1. Farming ( said extravagance. Lemons from BOBBY.



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girl From Ten \\1 to school take them tp H. Edgar Cole, the

-t. gr and have their eyes examined. Defective
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pet Thousand vision, when properly fitted enable one to

t .ott'f because they render every detail diatinct
A Letter
tuiin eyes that do not cause bad vision,

'I e and eyeache and should be properly
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Facsimile of Check Given by Z. T. Miller to the Carson Cattle Co. for one 1'01l4'dnIt'UK Steer. t 8 It iL many fold the value of the i

American Fence to theGOOD
The impression seems to have got-i to be the size of those raised in any i thousand head the Carson Cattle Co. i t
state, and it is not at all unusual fora ; recently purchased from E. L. + user. It has enabled fencA -
ten abroad that nothing but little Lesley, : ,
J I I steer to top the scales at a thousandto i and was raised on the prairie in this ing to be made tar near perJF M
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runty guinea cattle are raised twelve hundred pounds, and cows i I county without the least attention or I I' / FINCE obtained.
: Florida, and maybe there are some r to weigh from eight hundred to nine rare having been given it. ; + ( fection as can be t

grounds for the belief in certain parts hundred pounds. The great number of cattle] shipped

of the state, but it. is a long ways The above picture is an exact reproduction from this section during the past few AMERICAN FENCEIs

I from the mark in this section. On of a check given by Z. T. months will add materially to the i

Miller, head of the Miller\ Bros. 101 I good of those left, as the range will i i
: the prairies in the lower part of this Ranch in Oklahoma, to the Carson I not be so crowded, and cattle :will have ] made by special machinery which is used only by the makers of it. To develop

county are grasses' that are so nutritious Cattle Co. for one Polled Angus steer. a much better chance to preserve their I the invention of this machinery took years of experimenting and hundreds oft
-- that cattle grazing there grow This steer was in the herd of twelve .weight/ during the winter months. \ i 7
e -_. thousands of dollars. -
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11 GROWTH; .4 : steel, always ready for emergency, and absolutely reliable.. : .'
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With agricultural qualities) and possibilities r I

,:i against feather society duster is a prime I I: appreciate many other more states keenly, perhaps than more those than of yond comparison that place with that any section other section be-- I E, .1: I IF j jt

t, In the hands of the irresponsible I II i those of all other states, the vital importance of the globe with such an extended OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.KI '

9 I servant or in those of her intelligent I I of public sanitation. area, the South is now developing oRloa
the bacteria of When the constant and wide prevalence -
I mistress, it scatters I manufacturing resources upon a scale .
I I
+ tuberculosis and spreads the germs of pulmonary tuberculosis is that will add hundreds of millions of .'" l'
r of suffering and death. The utter I realized, more often than not in every dollars to the income of her peopleand ->--.c-x+O+> >HoOOOO"O'O'OOOOOOOOC OO ?': J

; uselessness. of this implement to accomplish public place, whether it be the theater, draw to the southern states mil- .
what it is intended to accom- i the church or the club house, the lions of immigrants from Europe and -- -- {
nearly all his life in that state Florida. fampan will known to Floridians-has the sympathy
danger of those who are free from the mov- Every appre-
plish should relegate it to the scrap j new settlers from portion of I '
every
disease be appreciated. The I ing to Florida in his latter years. ciate the benefit which this sectionis of our people in his sad loss- ,
may "
to the mantel bit of .
1 heap or as a the Union. says the Cincinnati En-
bric-a-brac. Presumably it is a tool I habit of spitting is said to be distinctly quirer. September 20th, 1849, he married bound to derive from the exhibitionof : Kant: Coast Advocate. +. c
l II American. Perhaps that in' one Mary E. Lindsay, who died at the these pictures showing Florida in .__r_
for cleaning!, for removing the particles "We say this in no vain thought
a home of her son, II. M. Breaker, at its true light.-Tampa Times. l''
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which floating in the air eventually | reason why tuberculosis is more prevalent toward magnifying southern natural i "BEN HUR" WAS AN EXCEPTION
in this than in Chattanooga, Tenn., January 24, 1895. Thsi picture will be shown at the
country
find lodging on exposed sure any resources, nor minimizing those of
t 1 To this uniwr were born four children, Pastime on September 3rd. '
faces. The duster dislodges it, scat- other on earth. Certainly the habit the east, the west or the north, for it I 'Ben Hur' fit work for a country
s ters it, fills the air with it and permits is wide spread in the United States\ is our belief that the entire nation three of whom are dead, the fourth clergyman with a pretty literary gift,
and that it is habit is shown the I being II. M. Breaker of this city. On FEVER KILLED MRS. PLANT '
I! it to find new resting places or to return I a by will continue to prosper through along I is a ridiculous inanity to come from
I to the spot from which it has lack of inclination to expectorate in ] period, of time yet it is but just :November 17th, 1895, deceased married News comes from New London, a man who has seen things that Wal 'L
I private homes and in places where Mary L. Jefferson, at Charleston, II Conn., to the effect that Mrs. Nellie understandable that
been removed. The only real good and proper to note the advantages of lace saw! It is i
- that has been gained is the satisfactionthat i' no receptacle is provided.Several the South in its climate, fertility of S. C., who survives him, as does his I Capron Plant, wife of Morton F. the man of experience may not write Il

comes to the zealous housewife,, > months ago the streets of its soil, its t fine waterways, its splendid son, II. M. Breaker, and two grand Plant, died at her country home, at all, and, on the other hand, that a ,y
Jacksonville were liberally placarded children and two.great grand children.Dr. Branford House, Eastern Point, Conn., life have imagination ,
who imagines that she has really harbors, its wealth contributed by man of secluded may
t "dusted." i with warnings against spitting on the nature, and to consider what this combination Breaker early in life perfected at 6:30: o'clock last Thursday even to make military epic.
himself in the study of medicine, and I
The modern housewife has banishedit sidewalks and promising a penaltyfor ] means to its people and those ing. "But for a man crammed with experience -
until disqualified I
from her home. She uses the dampened I infractions of the rule. The signs" of I the union when the Panama canal was a practicing physician also She had been ill with typhoid fever I of the most dramatic sort and o
old lie
cloth and when it is filled with ( were posted under the authority of is r opened I and the commerce of the I by age. was for three weeks when complications discovering the ability and ambition to ,
ordained minister in the Chris-
as a
the gathered dirt, it is taken out of the City Health Department and theoffence new highway \\ hi..h111 endure for I tian church and preached the gospelof followed by hemorrhages/ set in, and I I write-for him to make spurious Oriental 4
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doors and shaken vigorously in the was therefore within the jurisdiction all time. the attending physician, Dr.Freder- romances which achieve an enormous -
the Lord Jesus Christ for than
wind. After using it is consigned to of the the city court. So "With, its cotton crop'. the South possesses When the more betweenthe lick A. Lund, of New York, assisted by popularity 1 The case I is too i
fifty war
the laundry. far as is known not a single arrest, a natural monopoly, and will states years.commenced he enlisted in I Dr. Harry M. Lee, of New London, grotesque to be typical, yet it is exceptional -
The Florida State Board of Health has been made in Jacksonville for remain in possospion, of that for decades I Conn., announced that the patient's in degree rather than in
the Confederate as chaplain,
of its this misdeameanor and a careful observation army end wasnear.. in '"The
through
the twentyfiveyears centuries. kind. John Albert Macy
: : possibly and served until the last soldier had --
t j official existence, has waged a war phows that the habit, quiteenelally "With' its tobacco, corn, rice and laid down his arms.. I Mr. Morton F. Plant, who is well Spirit of American Literature."

against unclcanliness. It has urged prevalent before, has vanish other agricultural products and its There are few men who retain their

upon the people a campaign of education ,ed from the streets of the city.A acreage of fertile and still untilled soil mental faculties to such an Age as .

by which it has sought to warn sense of common decency haR.p'a..ti'ally the South is in a position to respond did Dr. Breaker. To the very last he '

against the dangers that luik in unsuspectcd banished the filthy practice with huge" crops to the largest' demand was as deep of I thought and as capable -
: ,corners and cracks and from the stieet cars of the (city, of the world of undci standing as he was at the
bear- greatly to the II, \IIIIIIII{" of the traveling and,) I
this untie
crevices And) campaign I is "Withoiithein I i mineral age( of sixty. Dr. Breaker had no O
fruit' Tlii- feather duster has multitude' ,Ili, and manufactn\ .{
Ig I -, -i nip.- ; enemies' for he loved! all mankind.
been ">IHnf tin objects of special antipathy Tinmoral effect of these sitfiis h.i- output-.. .. cull In- placed. on.. the ocean

( t by tinlioanl.. and( it hits enHfUMiieil 1" en strong in Mopping the nnnrrt"ar Innliu.ij-. can i! the main line, of the (' MM) (OF Til.NKS.: 1tf'

to '| uve it from public, > piacticc.. It has proven the ex world'tlau. -|>in tailor -y-I<'III. with, We wish fo extend thanks to our

places, from public Conveyanc11and ,Wrote in the nun ntal citr/rn of the little 'I" II' and uiiltain. gun'i'of-;' many friendand" ', especially to the

ft,"iiI lionieThe .de-ne., al "least a dormantlllintr" 'it to those thai: pmhu. "i'f ,deal. 01 I II ministers of the various' churches andmembers
ins, I to lie It-ail and to teguid I a \ 1''I\1 ,''
l great. t lan-pot tut ion companies. t 11 an-poi I t of the :Masonic order for
:
),,, tant factor III public sanitation, South... \'t t t.in.l
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whicl/i control public conveyancepome lint 111.. aifMciill! ?' "f-the their \kindness and sympathy duringthe 1O
of them iit leasthave boen imilh and. Icanlincss.In valuable aU i- i- but in it- infancy sickness and ,death of our Ixlovedhusband 1
.. .,.01 these 101 l of sanitation I these very modem days the doe.) the miiiuf.ictiiriiig inten-ts of
pct -* \\ I ) as I ; : and father, I Dr> I II.) M. Break-
and have taught th,'ir servants, those II lois and health officials of the lilies the South.. mile a- yet 1 only. beginning "er.-and! for the many beautiful! floral c< ; i.r

that conic into contact, with the traveling find state are making II much easier, to appinarh' !] the ingroltlmue they will ,designs./

public. the necessity of neatness I to attain advanced age by lessening study' olit.nn.' the commcicial. inteiet :Mrs. :M. J.. lireakur, : .
and < leanness. The feather dusterhas i the multitude of bacterial dangers. that I ;nf, the So'itd.) which include the II. :M. Breaker and Family.LESLEY'S .

been .removed from the Pullman I: have thieatenetl uon "V"I'hll"1.,' land; and w.iler 11, an-poi. tat ion affairs.1 :: fIRCt

('lImpIIII)"', sU'cpcis' and chair and I'I't least they have ui-t'uctel the !peo rue on the hiKh ,mad to an unia/.in ; i i-' j I tApft ,
dining cars. I It has been replaced by how to avoid these' dangers.' They' cxpaii-Hin.; and ill tho-e make for a' fiLMS I
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have ]lowered, our death rates lain! our. and 1
the .cloth usually\ dampened with I I manual( dp\ '1"1'111"1'1 p.iweiwhich
which the accumulated, dut i is removed -ick rides by teaching, u- how to take\ will l wcild great influence, for. AT THE ALCAZAR

from ,seats und wlI"lowc'dll'\ while ,, "cue I of ourselves good, at h..""- a- well ;a- abroad
i I __ __.______ __ of the South has its
puisengcioccupy" these comeyances.The "Ca' h Mate'
old way would have been to flirt i' JAPANESE: : Al\EKTISIN: : <; I,",. mil) advantage.and. , each ald'Y "TIIIWI't1I<; TKOI'ICAL Fl.OKIDA")

the feathers over the (IustIudellplaces. The Japanese nicichants. are noted one of Iliein mi-king\ fine piogress inudvainement WILLI! \KI: A iKEAT; HIT- S JfU
for the flowery language' ( they uc IIIth.ir of the interestof fill! the air with the disturbed //11.11"/1..1/ @@ 1il
efforts to draw trade. The following WILL HE: SEEN: .HERE.!
and posMlily /germ-laden t filth for the it- 'people"DR.
of Tokio bookseller \-
advertisement a
travelers to inhale to their great inconvenience a
discomfort and danger. is worthy of quotation as a rate D. M. BREAKER A motion picture entitled' "Thru We have learned the clothing businessby

But not all these great corporations gem : Tropiial! I Florida" which will be the
operating in Florida have this con- "The advantages of our "establishment 1S3t: -I9ut.: means of attracting many tourists to studying the clothing business. A

sideration for their patrons. At more : 1 I. prices as cheap as a lottery: this state, was exhibited, yesterday at clothing man Is just as much a "professIonal" -

than one semi-terminal, where rail- 2, books as elegant as a singing girl ; the 'sun had reached'. the Alcazar Theater by Scott! Leslie,

roads cross and exchange traffic, it is ::3, print clear os crystal ; I I. paper Just ohiul, a"on Friday, t the l.r>th, the soul Tampa's pioneer motion picture taker. man as a lawyer or a doctor.

the practice for the railroad em- tough as elephant's hide; f, rustonieitreated t the I rival I of lull l II'I.I). M. \Breaker! \ took its ,departure The four reels show many of Florida'sactivities When you get clothes sick' come to us.
by
ployees to enter the passenger coaches, as politely as forthaI land where life is ettrnal. and pleasures. The views I
>... usually partly or wholly filled with steamship companies; I(}i, articles, as / and hi- remainwere laid to rest of the tropical fruits including the The medicine ve will give you will be a
7 poods "
J travelers, and vigorously sweep the plentiful as in a city library; ,in i Ho-ehill cemetery the following orange "from bud to breakfast, are well made well fitting "all wool stylish
cannon ,
I a-5 and hunting ,
l expeditiously for -
accumulated debris from the aisles, dispatched as at 1O o'clock\ with :MasonicI'ciernonies. gems. Fishing tarpon
and this without the suggestion of a ball; 8, parcels done "I'| with as morning alligators furnish the thrills. The modeled suit of clothes.

drop of water wherewith to sprinklethe much rare as that bestowed on her |Ilr) Breaker had been in feebleit sponge fishing and market at Tarpon When second
defects winter 1
wife Ji, all Other comes along our
husband by a loving ; Springs is highly entertaining.
filthy floors Repeated protests alth for the past few yearbut,, waon -
such as dissipation and idleness, before interesting views are the treasure will be comfortable
week handsome
from the passengers have brdught not our streets up to within a treatment a .
will be cured in young people paying/ hunters digging for the buried treasure -
reforms and it would seem that the his death. lie suffered no par-
and they will become iaspartlla; at Boca : overcoat.
have us frequent visits, tunning down of the pirate
the
} responsible employers no poweror icular ailment-just I
+ authority' to stop the dangerous solid men; 10, the other for advan-lan- of life's clock that for eighty-two! Grande the Gasparilla celebration in Our "bill" Is always reasonable. '
stingray,
practice-a tacit confession of weakness tages we offer are" too many years had done constant and noble] and Tampa, landing the deadly !"

or is it criminal carelessness? guage to express. service to his fellow man ando etc.Mr. i
and comment loyal he now daily ,, Leslie, who has spent two yearsin H. C. STAMFORD CO. 1]
It is but fair to note the God with whom : :
the film wil! begin a tour
upon the results of the efforts of the According to the Canadian forestryaassociation j jDr. i making *]
Canada is communes. of the North and West in September,
of
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state health officials to lead the people 60 per cent ) Breaker was born at Fuirhope, ,
timber the and lecturing on .
of: Florida to better ideas of sanita- capable of growing nothing but S. C., March :!:"nil! J IH.'Jl.: and passedI I showing pictures -'.

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VA1ABT! OAZETTHT BUILDING. 4 : .I Is Sent to You Complimentary .-
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A'P I --' '" The mayor and city council of, Car. The editor ot a newspaper is not infallible p'
.. ? \u Owner
'. -: .. Editor and Manager rollton, Ga., received recently a most and makes mistakes the same To tho e who receive this paper, and who' are not
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: ; as any other human being but no one '
- remarkable document from the better
IWuIT. : *&r .--_..??.???*.,___.___.U.I. knows this better than does the editoihimself5 'regular. subscribers, we' will ay. that it U lent to them ._;, '0'41S
___ __ element of of Carrollton. In
copy,! three month, 0 negroes
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I, The nature of an editdr'I through'the courtesy: of our county commiamionerm,' and ,

: :, rlaed correspondents; roust to. part the document\ reads:, I work makes his! mistakes more con- safe in reading It and then passing it.
they perfectly
Whereas as it has been demon. apicuous After pondering over this are

; -called for.-- -- strated' from: lime lo' time that the 'I subject :recently; Manford Evans; 'editor to their neighbor without fear of receiving a bill for sub.. .

: as second-class mall matte Southern white rrten are. the negroes. of the Thompson (Ia.) Courier, ; scription. It i. sent to persons in the north and west S
; best friend; [ delivered, himself of the followingon p'r'

1913.. : . Resolved That we should strive to the errors- of editors and" others as that they might become acquainted with the many oppor. oVtunities IJ'Sj; i S S. r'st
- - ----- =-_-= =-==-== show our appreciation of their many follows: I and advantages Osceola county offers the home '\\

THE CITY TAX' RATE? good deeds and kindness shown to us I "We have noticed a number of seeker the investor and the tourist. .

by our good and Christian hearted squibs in our exchanges regarding i I : it,, ,
against real and personal white friends from time to time. mistakes These items led us to- be- I '4 ,i 10'

PRO claimed the rate was too high. Resolved, That we do render good leive that other duffers besides editors 'I a ,

t. to sell their property that the service in return; especially when employed are subject, to this malady. The edi

come to the town to live. by them ; always looking for tor's mistakes stand out more con- j it'F:

difference as to how much or ward to their best interests When in ,, npicuously than most other professional -j WANTS FLORIDATO DIGGS CONVICTED

object to the amount just the charge; working to their advantage'': men's because every issue of 'j oJ "

The ci I when trusted to do so; attending to our ,, his paper is an open letter to the pub- |I' BE REPRESENTED I'' IN WHITE SLAVE CASE S. TiS

sense. as everywhere we have own business and let theirs alone; be-I'i'!I lie. A fellow may happen along and I! :

1rom ar But it is of our own Kis- nK HONEST, FAITHFUL and I'!I inform his neighbor that there is anew !' -L..:. -

Lndui when employed. set of twins at Hick's place, and AT TilE :NATIONAL< :< CONSERVATION )= .. ('tMlNEi'TI.:< ; HIS PARTNER IN

will fix the of if later it I CRIME; WILL NOW BE ++H-I
1nsep.ot rale taxes to Resolved, As the white race is two develops that the twins EXroSITION TO BEHELD PLACED. i.
rtte them is. is the present thousand in were a boy no one pays any attention I I I (ON TRIAL
I years beyond us civilization ) AT KONXVILLK.TENNESSEE. :.
kTP4IngItdo high. in what manner and in it makes them I I to the originatorof the false rumor. I I _
our superiors, and
expenses ? I we have to look to them for our needs I I But should it appear in the paper as/I :< : I San Fransisco, Aug. 21.-With Maury -
department. originally reported the father will /
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rough
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and our wants; and to befriend uswhen I. l ltiggs> convicted and awaiting
1 and moipresent S : all probability be down and exchange I Governor I'ark Trammell has issued< ;
I in need for I for
we are a dependent sentence having violated the Mann
/ : ; ; "bullet courtesies with the editor. the S
following proclamation BUrl
; i i i i- ti ; ; ;; ra 'e. I : white sLav act in transporting Marsha -
States I Iat ; ( I Again when the village belle chances STATE OF FLORIDA. on SUI
He it Resolved, That we will faithfully : Warrmgton from Sacra.jnento,
to tied
least get up to some worthless cuss, I Executive Department.By .
t A mo I Iof be reduced unless it be that try to regain that genuine confidence j whose only qualifications are that he the Governor-A Proclamation. Cal., to Reno, Nev., for immoral; purpose 'WI I

high than was needed to run the I of our white neighbors in or- can chew tobacco and relate suggestive -!: The National Conservation Exposi. *, the government turned its attentIOn sri, tbS
der that we may become trusty, and, I today' on Diggs companion in
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',Which lime a small j stories the whole town with
( ; every appro. may I tion to be held at Knoxville, Tennessee -
/gain the confidence they had in the I flight F Drew) Caminetti, indictedfor Mist
rappeaniacked impunity review the past history of '
from September I 1st to : '1 old time negroes before the 60's, who I I the same offense, of having taken ,
ray the expenses of a city the two and it cuts very little ice. 1913, is designed to promote the I" ,uetWagm
were trustworthy. They! would at | Lola Norris on the excursion to Rene.
20,000 months many improvements But if the editor happens to spell the development and best of
times leave their homes and familiesin ue I Ditrgs) !, who was visibly shaken by ,
cording be made if the council (fails groom's name with an "o" instead of natural resources of the States of
their charge, and to see after business "a" I the jury'serdict last night, was re- M 'I1"8il1"I'!
and
overlook
Henc an to record the fact Union in order that these resources I
In their master's absence, and leased at midnight on $20,000 bail.furm"h..d '
'
Ing: pr< white way on Broadway. S that the bride is a member in good I become perpetual sources of
they stood faithfully to their It'' may by his father, I. P. Diggs Aul
post. B.
call fo in the parks on Broadway j standing of the Ladies' Aid society wealth. I
was the old time negro that won the'! II and his uncle, :Marshall Diggs. Hebe
certaingrain serve the convenience of the !j I they: both would be insulted and mercilessly The officers of the exposition, men RoMCluun
confidence of their will sentenced to the
owners by beinghonest penitentiary
L r flay the editor and his Gimlet. of high standing the have
and them. Then I t in country) I 1011 2. Five
loyal to it is September years is the
"Thegether "What is about the mistakesof I
strange
I II honored the State of Florida by requesting -'! II dah..
our duty to help to whiteneighbors' maximum penalty
protect our
the lake front and building a a newspaper man is the fact that I that a large and representative
I homes; that is to say, see Although Piggs was regarded as theleader julia505(5kg
Other no matter how he makes .
I
; many errors number of her "citizens particularly
I t that no members of our race intrude in I in the interstate jaunt, the selfconstituted -
'devote should be provided for. lying about another man's qualities those engaged m the of
I II promotion "
4 must provided desire upon the sanctity of their homes. Help he never lays himself liable be "boss, the prosecution pie h"1t'
we our city to agricultural interests, \be urged to attend
to protect the lives and property of I styled him, and the one who always
erectio are making. I punctured with a thirty-two or lynched. the conference of farmers of all
The be made ill the millage we > our white neighbors That is to say, Indeed it ill a funny old world.Everybody the States at the from: "took the bent things for himself-the I'
I i exposition September '
: in case we know of any case where makes lower berths and the front rooms," the log iiiMi '
wamteeny mistakes. The only I 12th to IMh
: I i their property or their lives are at < who I trial of Caminetti will command ex- '" '
ones never make them are slumbering The officers of the have
Texasexami ::: = 'stake, let the same be prevented if it in the cemeteries-and it is exposition | "ptional attention\ owing to the fact :'
I further honored State ".s
our by designating
be in our power to do; to help in bringing that he is the son of Anthony Cam-
not unlikely that some of them are Thursday October :Jth, IJM.'J! : night fold
% Wh. :'
.* vaLionkderstc OSCEOLA COUNTY:< from the hands'! of.;he law. mistakes. A man often makes a mistake is desired, that upon as many / 5.possible I| politics! and the present commissioner.
Resolved That refrain from general' of immigration. StnrPrompt
we : by marrying when he should be in/ attendanceAs \ ,

.... tbat being our white neighbor's burden, but hae taken a post graduate course in governor of Florida, it affords Throughout She trial of biggs. .

..fprope j tJ| will Pay Many Times Over I to prove ourselves a blessing instead I I how to support himself. A fine woman : me pleasure to communicate this cordial young (Caminetti sat close to his companion Phone :
l' of a burden. I is often in error when she wantonly in trouble and tried to disne.l1)iggii' .
meani -- --
: invitation to the people and to
WI I
commissioners of Osce- >
f.1; small Resolved, That we denounce any I throws herself away on some fool who [ commend, ) it to their careful and favorable 4 ) I / gloom with his own cheerfuli .
their wisdom at .. tM "
displayed -.5. &,.
...- : :
, and f. member of our race that loafs and i can sing coon songs like Caruso but consideration.In i ,
1,1 monthly session by 1 i bronze-
again
k built.Th.. considerable of pilfers around waiting for the shadows who couldn't make a noise like a loaf Witness Whereof, I have hereUnto Friends of Caminetti were depressed ctoni",

; the a distribution of Osceola sum of darkness to fall, in order that of bread to save his life. A boy makesI -,'t my hand and (caused to "be :> today over Piggs' conviction and by

the c in the North. These they may rob and steal the hard earnings .I I I a mistake when he thinks he knows affixed the (treat seal of the State of 1 the attitude of the court toward that :M 1 r'-

helpeandi be sent out during-the of oUr white neighbors, or any I more than the entire staff of teachers, j Florida t hiM 20th clay of August, 1913. defendant. turn..1"h'rt
t one where chances will allow. The including the principal of schools. The PARK TRAMMELL 1
of August, September, Octo- 'I j MAKING:< ; ENEMIES.=
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Th i shiftless and worthless negro is our world is plumb full of mistake makers. Governor.By InendsVitto
of the present year, j There are some, people in the world
tbem"direc worst enemy and makes the weak link If the newspaper man should} take the the Governor, attest: 'I
he Kissimmee end St. Cloud who have a deadly fear of making
never without some in the chain in which our race is j pains to record them all he'd make H. LAY CRAWFORD, enemies. .
appear thrtiugtnado
Air judged.We { the mistake;, of his life and die on the Secretary of State.
But
articles concerning the the man who makes enemieshas '
'i.
canai!! bed of the press with his shirt sleeves I
I" the colored citizens denouncethe j
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of the county, the advertise- I usually done something worth S with a
who'4 by this method will beyond present situation on Depot streeton rolled up and his boots on. i I FROM KISSIMMEE TO while. If public officials, legislators

And: : of a doubt do more toward Saturday,; nights. That is to say, I FORT ,LAUDERDALE judges or'even editors had greater .5 Miss
three the colored boys women and girls that FREE ADVERTISING.When /. "S' guest eS
Tt of the towns and coun- Editor W. B: harris, owner' of the facilities for making enemies they' 1
other that could are not employed, keeping late hours, a would have past mSundayR. (
\ any means newspaper gives you a Kissimmee Valley Gazette, and the more power to do these
1' tune swat \L blocking the streets, making it a nuisance lot of free advertising in order to 'following/{ parties were visitors in our worth-while things.

the county has five newspapers and breeder of crime, and trust boom some concert or church en town: last week, and came all the way The placid, the suave, the conciliating L
that the higher authorities will take it '
oftlA I continually devoting space to tertainment which you are interested from their home town by water: Capt. person may /get along without promln.8Imm"f.

J Louts possessed by one of the up. in, keep track of the number of line | E. 1*. Dann and two sons, J. Mc- disturbing his digestion but he will >

print $ in South Florida. Were This i is a remarkable document. It i I that are printed week by week and iPhatter J. W. :Miller A. S. Gilbert not disturb much else. He may be nierousRonui

Unic commissioners to emulate shows a progress that is, indeed com > multiply that number by the regular j I Wadley Parker R. P. Hansen, and | nutted. OTI the back but he will not

b fTt of their Osceola county mendable. The desire to regain that advertising rates of the paper. Compare [ crew. right a wrong or dissipate hearsay. .

theIng and send these papers to confidence in thEir race which existed the results with the actual money i They left Kissimmee Sunday morning I' To go about making enemies is tbetlard.t Ise StolOk

4 locations in Florida, the prior to Reconstruction is most value of any favor that you can get at 7 o'clock and landed in Fort I possible! < life. It requires a fr

und tC would pay for itself many I praiseworthy. Yet it is full of pathos. I from any other business concern. Lauderdale Tuesday at 5 p. m. Mr. i steadfastness to principle, an unfailing 5ssimiFred

in the additional taxes re When they were freed their Northern i Then take into consideration the fact Harris said it was -a delightful trip, I courage/ a determined will and a

4' even new settlers and the in- friends misled them In order to or- that advertising and circulation are Home places along the Kissimmeewere definite purpose Let any one adhere 0. I'rI

yeaiI |I valuation of properties, caus- gam e them into a Republican puity the only. two things that a newspaper; beautiful, and the trip was delightfully -i I to those things/ and enemies of necessity aut4-rJ.
I
, that |I upbuilding of-the county.- the first step was to detach them from I> has to.8ell., and in these days of interesting all the way. S' spring up. He wil find one. )%

I cdi I Truth. the whites-to destroy the old tie of higher prices, how much do you think) I From Fort Lauderdale they went tp I''| in every hypocrite in the land.

met. I friendship and trust and confident they ought to give away for nothing Miami and were greatly impressed"' 'I But every man who makes such S.

field1 j' I Road Will Be Built. ''he instrument of accomplishment was I Palm Beach News. .I with that city. They were also pleased I I enemies may be proud of his achieve- he 1"1ItruL

" T'had I' the "Loyal Leagues," which were f',,- i r- I' with our town and were surprised I merit. f,

: people are awake to the tablished everywhere. The negro was |I II OXEN:
gro' (, of building a good automo- I ostracised who refused to join. Under I! Although the siow, plodding ox almost I i people here. I I I I service has had his enemies. ftc 1 I it I

N from Narcoossee to connect I the carpet bagger, protected l )by I the S disappeared in the} United States Mr. Harris is a most affable" gentleman "What have I done that my enemies ,

are Okeechobee branch of the military they held night meetings with the passing{ of the "prairie and is meeting with well deserved ,: should praise," ruris an old WeKtKill

1.dra. ( ) Ry. This will be a start on I every night. Every device was schooner," he is still a popular draught success in the newspaper business. The I Spanish! proverb} The man who is ( I

I Ia' Cocoa and Kissimmee, I brought into play to wean the nc-gio, animal in Europe.Switzerland Kinsimmc-e Valley (Ga/rttc; is on. of Ithout enemies! pursues no stern Oat) I If II I'f
f him,,
E. C. branch is only about 'from his old white folks-even an is one of the best markets the best weeklies ill the duty.Tampa Tribune} I
Ing state and has
\V .J.JIIlIa I IJ
' 2 $ west of here. Some day our exodus order issued' that all negroes' : for oxen. The Swiss peasants! done a great deal towaid
I advertisingthe
wake the line) thein. Triplctt wants,, some "poor devil" togo
hay up to importance who remained w it h. old o'wn1would: I II much better than horses to state. Having had th. pleasureof ,>

teil that will put us in direct I"l a' put )back into "-lave ry: and lose t tie, I plough the hard ground in Alpine dis- meeting Mr. Harris : to IVnFuoola and marry that famous -. sty 'I'llpnlll ,
years ago we I in the
.'\, eati 'with a rich and well "40( acres and the mule" to )be given ti )ic'1 ts. much ( Newsy) "blue-eyed belle.])
were
,. pleased to have him visit )Dot'.sVt he know :"
l part of the state that can to all who were faithful I I., the, m-w) Oxen imported into Switzerland last our town. He honored our office with I that "poor devil"means 1'.1.1' ,

be reached by a round-about political masters Playing upon tlicciedulity jcar numbered 51,502.: The average|''u visit. !May\ he conic ag.1in-Fort I a newspaper man, and has he nd181
I I considered( th location of Pensacola ?
ice <
the for
is logical point of the negro/ the plan was pi paid was $140 an ox. Laudcrdale Sentinel. Fort d i III, h,
!
Press.
Myers
Florida Star.
: a perfect success. Even the old I lack -----. _.
pnammies who had rca i 1".1 und n."'->c d l - IIra Iht' I-.

) ion Should Follow Suit. I us had to obey that inexoiaKK' exodus IrS -s -: ,--..:--- big

1ngT I order. The negroes now ce the ciurl-! I -" "0. "nIl
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; of County Commissioners of it and ;; ***i I h"
ty long to re-establish themselves
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gTcI ,I county have decided to I ill the confidence' of (those} whom) .|| There Is Lake Front Property | i {
pel plan of advertising Kissim-I I
..otltu they were educated to hale.N o wonder : 4
' f the local papers, in keep- I I they now say that exodus order ft Left In Florida For Sale );eIf

a policy adopted some four "brought death to us and all our wotj I
OsI I ; Fre.othinR.
The commissioners of B
:: : hAVE .
I l
sever
in were pioneers in this j i Homer's restless character, lo, of I I tracts directly on the shores of Lake _

1. .ert' having subscribed to the ;| old 1, ever pursued by the noisormosI I 4 Tohopekaliga that can be reached from I' ,'ityposHi
\ I I gad fly, wheresoever she roamed. Kissimmee
for several hundred or I| 33 in fifteen minutes. .
be sent out free to any ] on whatsoever shores she landed, In They will be sold to the first nt re,

: homeseeker whoae name ever continuous agony cried out : t t person who makes a reasonable offer. Sold ,
i on Mrs.
: handed in by any resident, "Woe is me." if easy terms or will exchange for property in Kissimmee. t Sat\J

( busines sman: this plan re- So likewise the negro, whensoeverand ey wifore

: bringing thousands of per- wheresoever he recalls the leagVip, Write at once to

.: county. The atten- and that "exodus order" with its di: :;: 5' am f,

) county commissioners astrous effects and cruel results upon : Box.422 J. McPhatter KISSIMMEE Lou''

| to this wise move on the his race, will in perpetual murmur exclaim I FLORIDA :' at Bel

Osceola County Com mis- : 5. dhe }

r \ East Coast Advocate. "Woe is me."-Macon Telegraph. & U : able 1

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FRIDAY, THE. 'KiSSIMMEE
'r VALLEY GAZE'T.TE',
PACE T.' .

THE KISSIMMEE,VALLEY GAZETTE Athletic underwear, 39c a garment, New lot of men's overalls and work Matting suit ., .

:TIlephonl No. 11. F. IL,Lawson. 85-lt pant All sizes. F. W. Lawson 35-1 son'a, : case f 1.60 at Law- The'tennis club of Kissimmee. was .: II

w..5-1t. represented in the' game 'played at VANS AGNEW BACK ,
'-' Every!: Friday The,Boardof Trade-meet-Monday You willftnd, the time,, well spent Miss Susie Sanford Saturday Messrs. S. H. I
1: Published fly Bailey is the guest this .
II W. M.; MAKK1S. night! (If you attend the Board of Trade Mon. week of her sister at Tampa Bullock Frank .Vans Agnew Paul K. : FROM GAINESVILLE j'

Dr. .A, J* Holt will be in )his pulpitas day night Weaver and R. ,BWoodhsm.: ,
= 'j G. F. Parker; ,)}made a professional1visit .,
O .OOOOOOO usual: Sunday, haying .returned .Ladies' Cumfy-Cut vests at Law.V S. D. Hendry t I
OO of Ft.
to Jacksonville one Myers' REPRESENTS
from-Arcadia where he-preached. last !.. this. week.., : &.COUNTY;'.. __.,
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Bfclt roMlnentattrney.w.1n) ; the 'citthitl'week
Weather Sunday.. H_' think :Kisslmmee best / Miss Stute is home AT'ORGANIZATION OF FLORIDA \ ,, ; .
Reports again from to before '
amonth's Court Commissioner
appear -
; : of all.'" Com- and"bring a. friend Sun p1..E. Swabey was among the'Kls-; yisit with relatives in Ohio. W;. B. Crawford in a case BRANCH'OF', SOUTHERN -, }, .I, '
= a v i T simmee *
=
=s people who visited
day. Orlando
wherein the custody of minor childrenwas DEVELOPMENT .
Following the daily tem.. .1 i ; > yesterday.. _, ;; .J Miss Louise Thomason\ Is..spending 2 . .
both ASSOCIATION --- -
sought father
by and
mother.
' Mr. .rariter. Klssimmee the week'with'relatives
: peraturei and precipitation at Wadiey of at Plant City.
r reported by the Government Is the'guest of Mr. Neimeyer and family Capt. J. A. Simpson i"'Pendlng the W. A. Smith has resigned the -
position
day.at Narcoossee the.guest of'F. W. Mrs. .W. G, Hsnkins and children
on the beach. *This is Mr; Park. of
Klssiiamee for of Frank - -
at the' secretary-treasurer the Van
; station Agnew returned Saturday
; Hill and are spending the ;;
er' .. family,, next month with
., #flrst...visit hers.and.b. is having South Florida Lumber
Co.
week ending Aug. 1)1913. relatives at Lbuisburg S. C. to take ef. from Gainesville, where, as represenUtive .
the time of his life swimming .andflehingNew N..C. Bryan feet September lit, and will devote of this
MAL: Mln,Rain ,.manager of the.Waters county, he the day . .., j
___ 96 77 .60 Smyrna Breeze.II & Carson Grocery Co., was a business M. O. Overstreet and Major Brad- his entire time to the business the before participated In the organisa -
Friday
,, Saturday-?U____ 89 75 ... A. W. Wlnn returned last week ',visitor to St. Cloud Wednesday, shaw were two prominent Orlando men Dutton-Harris Shoe Co., of whch com- tion of the Florida Branch of the Sow
who visited our city pany he is a member. thern Settlement and
Sunday _uu_ 89 73 .:. from Washington 'D. C., where he Mrs. Rebecca Overstreet mother yesterday. Development
of Asao r1aton. v
:Monday ._...._ '90 72 ___ went for the purpose of bringing his Circuit Clerk J. L. Overstreet, left I D. G. Wagner, vice-president of our Mrs. J. C. Ahrenburg and Mrs: Coll- Mr. Vans

Tuesday _u__ 91 69 ___ brother-in-law W. H. Hall, who is an I Monday for a two weeks' stay with local real estate exchange, spent Monday ver left yesterday for Green Cove were about Agnew states that there

Wednesday -_. 92 72 ___ invalid to this city In the hopes that relatives and friends at Green Springs. ,with friends at Sanford. Springs, where in future they will From forty delegates present ,
I section
Thursflay ____ 92 74 .64 his health would be benefited.C. I rake their home, Mr. Ahrenburg beingan that every of the state, and t

... Laymen's meeting, Sunday, 3 p. m., I Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck has returned employe of the Atlantic Coast Line the most optimistic feeling pre-

D. Carroll wife and son returned Baptist church, led by Bro. A. S. Nel- from a week pleasantly spent at Cor- Railway with headquarters at that vailed among them as to the good that

Friday afternoon from Valdosta, Ga., son. Everybody invited. G. F. Par- onado, the delightful east coast re- place. would accrue to Florida through the

where Mrs. Carroll and son had spent ker, president. sort. organization. He states that Mr.

the past month, and where Mr. Carroll Summers and Emoise, an exception.ally Clement S. Ucker, in charge of the ,

went a week ago to inspect the I Ernest Shiver, a former resident of The sermons delivered by Rev. J. A. clever vaudeville team, will offer colonization branch of the organization -

i THE! LOCAL fiELD.I j crops on a farm he owns near. that I Kissimmee, but who now makes his Trice at the Baptist church on Sunday the patrons of the Pastime something will make a tour of Florida in

I : city. home at Bradentown, is spending the last were masterly efforts, and were clever in the way of entertainment October: to confer with the boards of I

i week here with relatives. much enjoyed by the congregation.W. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of county commissioners and the various

Robert Bratton, who has been visiting next week. A pianist of exceptional civic bodies with a view to raising
his in this left Rev. Father Fox of Orlando will L. Hensley and wife are home
to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zeigler, parents city, this ability-a member of their companyis funds to carry out the work planned.Amon& .
week for an extended visit to relativesin come to Kissimmee Saturday, August again from a three-months' visit with the
10th included in the cast. pleasing features of the
!Sunday, Aug. a daughter. :
on Missouri, before returning to the 23. Devotion and confession 7:30: and relatives in Virginia. Mr. Hensley meet was a vote of thanks tendered }

W II. -Broil*w with Grifftng Brothers east coast, where he holds a respon.I Mass at 8 o'clock Sunday morning at had the misfortune to lose his motherby The excursion on the lake given by by the organization to the Kisslmmee

the tree people. 40-tf Bible position with a dredging com- the church. death this summer: the ladies of the Christian church on Board ,of Trade for its support and --

pany. James Goodman, clerk at Dann & Mrs. H. H. Hollister, who has been Monday night was a pronounced laiC interest in the formation of the FlorIda t

Mans! /MO. Munson, of Sanford, is the I I I Dann's .store is visiting the family of her brother, J. cess both socially and financially. The branch which, by the way.i..the
grocery enjoying
Tax Collector C. L. the a
Bandy- I II
steamer Lillie chartered for the
was first
of her friend, Miss Maud MiceWagner. branch to be ofganizedbut thatis
c' L.
Overstreet for the
guest: ten days' leave of absence past two weeks,
latest addition the list spendingthe
of Kissim- :
I trip and about 150 people enjoyed the only a naturtl for Florida .
returned Wednesday to her aequence
time the home at
at home
of
his fatherinlaw
mee people who own autos, he having Bowling Green.H. ride on the lake that extended to Is first In all things. 5J.

M Tiller has purchased the Ferrell purchased an Overland this week from' near Loughman.The Southport and return.

residence on Sumner street from S. J. J. Griffin. It i is a lf-8ta.rter and' ladies of the G. A. R. Circle F. Farmer, an employee of the
electric and carries 40-horse-1 Prof. R. M. Evans and wife and Miss' J. D. CLARK WILL
. B. Aultman. lighted, a will hold their regular social gather. Florida East Coast Railway, with ;
Laura
Thomas arrived in the city
power engine. at the home of headquarters at New Smyrna, is here yesterday
ing Mrs. M. Cosner
on from Oxford Ga. After few HEAD EXCHANGE I ,
of the foremost
Robt. Alderman, one for a
I a brief visit with his brother
the and Dep-
of Bassenger, spent a few Marshal Louden of St. Cloud, was I 27th a most earnest requestis days rest the professor will begin the
citizens Sheriff L. R. Farmer.
uty .
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dayhere this week. placed under arrest Saturday last on I made that all members be present. task of getting things in shape for the I

the charge of false swearing, and was : Marshal Tyson has placed "keepoff I. Mrs. H. R. Overstreet left Thursdayof opening of Osceola High School on WILL ESTABLISH IIEADQUAR'I ,,

Julian Montsdoca of Whittier wasniong put under bond of $500 to appear'I the grass" signs in the parks on last week for Detroit, Mich., in ans- the second Monday in September of TERS AND BEGIN WORK I'' ,

the prominent out-of-town people at the next term of court. lie readily Broadway, to which the public will wer to a telegram' saying that her which he is principal.C. r

h,-re this week. gave bond, and at once resumed his mother was seriously ill and would be WITHOUT DELAY. _
pay little attention unless they are B. Jacobs who engineered the '.
duties as guardian of the peace of the forced to undergo a dangerous f

S I' l ecker, the only attorney living backed up by a fine for violating the operation sale of Edgewater, an estate comprising ,.

II i St. Cloud, was transacting legal Wonder City. order. 'I nine hundred acres and lyingon The Real Estate Exchange perfected '.

buMin - here 1j esday. I I Mrs. J. K Hilliard, daughter and No more pleasing sight could be Mrs Olive Mach, of Kissimmee, and the west shore of the lake, to eastern its organization Wednesday night

Masters returned this I Miss Bertie Mae himself by the election of John D. Clark president I
I son, and Mrs. Seegarof Ocoee, were capitalists, taking one -
Miss Florence Ely left last Sunday enjoyed by our citizens than to see I
I week from Michigan, where they have among the out-of-town visitors in Orlando fourth interest, left the city this week\ D. G. Wagner vice-president, and "
H. C" Stanford
night for a two months' visit to her on our streets again
relatives I the where he will remain J. M. Taylor, secretary-treasurer! with I
been spending several weeks with te'n to experience novelty of the >r Pennsylvania, ,
after his illness of the
in Lebanon Conn. past days.
home ,
old
the Grand last for brief before J. D. Clark, A. S. Nelson, J. McPhatter Ij/
I and friends. They had a most He is so far recovered that a relapseis I talking pictures at a period taking ship .
Orlando Citizen. for Burma where he Is the H. M. Breaker and Mrs. Mary j
Strand wood $1.25 per strand. delightful visit, but say they are gladto not .at all probable.The night.- managerof

Prompt delivery within city limits. get back home. Mrs. Milliard a company that deals extensivelyin Summers as board of directors.
Rev. J. I II.) Sibert and family this +
Phone 252 M. B. Carson. 10-tf states that she. found the weather character of business that will petroleum.The While there was no definite action

much warmer in Michigan than in come before the Board of Trade meet- week vacated the old Methodist parsonage taken as to listing of property with
I J. Sumner is ready to on Church street, and will Occupy man who went out to milk and the it the
W II. now Kissimmee. ing Monday night demands the atten- exchange, being consensusof
.. tkfcjioiderB for all designs of white tion of every citizen of Kissimmee.If (Ihe McLean residence on Main sat down on a rock in the shade of a opinion that all matters of that

bronze monuments, grave covers, headstone I Thos. McDowell, at one time a resi- you have an interest in your town street until the new parsonage can be tree in the middle of the pasture and nature were fully provided for in the

--, etc. 35-tf I dent of Kissirnmee, but who now you will be present at this meeting. built on the lot Adjoining the new waited for the cow to back up was a by-laws: and rules, there was a general b

makes his home at Bartow, where he Methodist church. brother to the man who kept a store discussion as to the material good

MrC.. W. Dann and children returned is president of the Florida Seed Co., Miss Maud Alice Wagner, daughterof W. W. Bonney, manager of the and would not advertise because he the exchange would be to the city in .

Friday from Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wagner, returned reasoned that the purchasing public +
spent Monday here, and made a friendly Munger Land Co. at Orange Center, general and the real estate agents in

.herr they spent the 'past month with call at this office Mr. McDowellwas Saturday from a week's stay with was a daily visitor to Kissrmmee this would back up to his place of busi- particular, as under the rules therecan a

'nends' more than surprised at the won- friends at Sanford. She was accompanied week. He stated that his companywas ness when it wanted anything in his be nothing but the best of feeling k

Victor Hill of arcoossee passed derful advance Kissimmee has madein here by Miss Zoa Munson, who looking forward to an unusually !line.-Exchange. prevail, and misunderstanding can no a

through Kissimmee en route to Coronado the past three years, and stated that will be Miss Wagner's guest for a large number of homeseekers at Orange longer occur. "

where he will spend a week anyone could see our great prosperitywas week.H. Center this next season. NO MORE SUMMER The secretary was instructed to at .

due to the push and go of our once procure suitable rooms for head-
with a friend. H. Dickson, one of Orlando's Among the many improvements the
people. EXCURSIONS fOR ME quarters of the exchange and when "
. foremost men, as well as president of School Board is making to the buildIngs ] -
. been the that is done' active
Miss Inez Carson, who has operations on a i' ,
'I't' pest of friends. in Georgia for the Carl-0'Quinf, assistant agent"of the the Orange County Fair Association, and grounds of the school ,houses, united plan will begin. *''.'!j :' .

0'+. past month returned to her.home here. Favorite Steamship line at St. Peters- was in Kissimmee Wednesday in the throughout the, county is the. filling DRv J. W. SIMPSON RETURNS I. t.,.wWI.rt.' -- '.
interests of the grand mid-winter exposition in of the uneven piaces' n the grounds
Sunday.R. burg, stopped over in Kissimmee a WITH TALES OF HEAT THAT
to be held in Orlando during surrounding Osceloa High school. This WISHES HE WAS
his froma
day or so this week on return WOULD: SCORCH A
of St. Cloud's January.Dr. will add much to the beauty of the i'
L .J\I*rcer, one .month's vacation spent in New York :,

prominent business men, was in Kis City and other eastern points. lie J. C. Moore, a former residentof grounds and comfort of the children.J. FEATJI ER. IN BREEZY FLORIDA ;

simmee Wednesday greeting his numerous made the trip north by boat and returned Kissimmee, and who faithfully I Woodbeck and Fred Bass of t

friends. home by rail. Carl's many served our city for two years on the Kissimmee were in Orland.o yesterday A little over a month ago Dr. J. W. FORMER KISSIMMEEITE SAYS

friends here will be pleased to know St. Petersburg afternoon. They expected to see the Simpson left Kissimmee as Florida's
Roma Thomas, assistant cashier ofthe council, but now living at IT'S AS HOT IN ILLINOIS AS
that he is making good in St. Peters- talking pictures but were compelled delegate to the National Associationof I j.
State Bank, after a week spent : where he owns a drug store, was TilE BAD PLACE IS SAID
where he has been living the I! to back home before the night performance. Dentists annual convention, which
Itt It... frienfls in Georgia, returned to burg, here this week renewing: acquaintance) go
week. past four years. with his They with many others met at Kansas City on July 8. The
18'lrnm. Saturday of last many fronds. !
j were disappointed at the non-arrival doctor returned here Monday, after

Fred Bass spent Tuesday at Orlan- W. I). J. Sumner and wife returned Dr. Sibt-rt will preach in the school of the pictures for the afternoon performance making a tour of several of the west- : 'r"J, "J

Jo. Kred does not confine his salesf Saturday afternoon from western auditorium next Sunday His, subjectfor ; I, Oilando Citizen ern states. I Dear Mr. : "

> I automobiles to Kissimmee, but Georgia, where they had spent the 11 a. m. will be "Gather Up the W. B. Harris, owner of the KigsimI When asked as to what amount of I in Central

>vei- this entire section of the state.J. past six weeks. Mr. Sumner states Fragments;" at 7:30 p. m., "Weighedand pleasure he extracted from his trip,
I Valley Gazette, .came up to see is reputed to be. t
that on the 18th of July the thermometer Found Wanting, The evening }Dr. Simpson literally threw up both ,
I the "talkies" last night. Mr. Harris I don't know whether have I(
S. Stratton, of St. Cloud, one of registered 107 in the shade wherehe subject is tho second of his series of hands and Raid : "None, not even a you ever j
'| took turn around town and! was been here not but believe I
or
of a me,
he heaviest\ buyers! and shippers Was stopping in Georgia, and that sermons on Bclshazzar's Fl-dFt. All I little piece as big as a Florida kurnjuat. .
'amazed to see the many improvements wish I was back in cool Florida. The :
itru fruits and vegetables in Florida, the heat was BO intense he and his are cordially invited to attend these i < 1 don't mean to intimate that ,
] that Orlando has made since he wasI first question people ask is: "Ain't It 'I
'11' in Kissimmee Wednesday looking the of Kansas
didn't doeverything
wife were almost prostrated. They services. people City
I last a visitor. He says that Orlandoi hot down there ?" Only a person who 'A 4
iftt-i line.
his
the market in both that minute during in their power to makeour
say every i >. been\ doing the right thing lately has been in Florida can appreciate the
their absence they longed for the Quite a number of our people went stay profitable and pleasant, and J
We say it without fear of contraction afternoon in voting for commission governmentand joke after getting into this .hot bake .
breezes that ever blow from off our by auto to Orlando on Wednesday i the sight of the big cities made us
\ that there is no better, no more authorising bonds for stit-et paving oven up hEre.
to witness a "movingtalking"picture wonder juorhow, big this. old world ,
oval) I'ythian in the Grand Domain lake. Harris (OII"dn"ltl>, /-n. i When I tell my friends of the North ,t
W. H. -
whom but the heat
among was really was, was so terIIific -
f Honda.;' than Grand Chancellor, that I slept between blankets
our Judge and Mrs. A. W. Sargent of J. 1 n. Woodbeek' Fred Bass and Saturday evening' last Sheriff In- i it was impossible to enjoy any- and a "

V ,' S"arK.-Fratt'rnal Record.! Avon Turk were visitors in town on Dr. W. I L. Wlnn. They say the thing !gram, accompanied by n half dozen I thing. Why, I don't believe I would comfort over me while South a few t'J

111111111 i Moody passed through the Friday and Saturday last. Mr. and .as so real it made them feel a little deputies, made a .laid on a bunch of I have enjoyed eating sillybubs or drinking days ago, they express doubts as to the .
truth. Believe I :
t.v> Tuesday en route from Indian Mrs. Sargent are the parents of Miss creepy. It is understood tho picturewill : negroes at a rump down the county grape juice or doing any other of me, haven't needed ;.

print-/ ;i> his home near Tampa. Mr. Marion W. Sargent, the efficient stenographer behown here in a short time.M. and diM'AcM-d a half, hundred. or "more" ''tho-.. unspeakable' thinK Hot, why, any extras up here in the way of

lowly two weeks at the springs, of the well known firm of i ill,, the mid'-t i of a game of "skin." The I, covering
spent! I left today for Bal- ; Kan-an I I The thermometer hit the hundred
nd Mated that he felt greatly improv- Vans Agnew & Crawford. Miss Sar- Katz party > m c -edd in capturing tight, ,
d in health. gent left the city on Saturday with timore and New York to purchase his and on :Monday. Judge, Murphy separated '1nipht! the thermometer registered 100 mark again today. Not like Florida, .j'

her parents for a month's visit with i fall'and winter stock of !goods Ho/ each one fiorn !$f 1.1 and costs, at L o'clock in the sleeping car, the cool in the shade with breezes to let ,;{

J Miadlemas: the man who dughe relatives in New York, Boston and will 1'c joined at Baltimore next week which. thev paid. and.. at once return- only character of car I ever use when you know life's worth living. "t t'I

1"1ditch on the west side of other points. Her many friends in by E. C. Duzcnborry, who has chargeof cd'to their camp. i !traveling. As I lay in my berth 'I Surprisingly great interest Is being '

I J is here Tuesday for sev- the dross goods departmsnt of Mr.Katz's and blessing and saying taken by northern people In Florida f
and
unmet-, was Kissimmee wish her a safe pleasurable ManageiVoodl..-ck of the Pastime nru\ing many
|ral hours He is now engaged: in journey.A. store, for the purpose of studying I from Mt. Ver- things I'll not repeat in Kissimmee, and I look for many Decatur people to :
i is in, receipt of a Utter visit ,
.lilting I drainage ditches in the Man- ; the stylos and keeping in town :I I wondered how those who were in the Kissimme this coming winter.

lection. F. Spawn, a former resident of with the progress the trade has made !' non. III.the asking us, to picture the cost of of procuring Kis-" I day coaches were faring. The thought Some say go to Florida In winter to ,

4 I Tampa and Kissimmee, but for the during the past! year. moviiig almost made/ me weep, and even now keep warm. I say, as everyone who '}
: in that city.
exhibition
[J >. Gilbert; \ of Dunellon, a brother last spending his time in Europe simniee for my eyes feel a little watery. has been in Florida in the summer I':

; I Fred Gilbert, head clerk in the with year headquarters at Antwerp wherehe Ernest Green has put up one of the The writer states' that a large numberi "No more summer trips for me. says, "go to Florida in the summer to i!

I'Jothing department of M. Katz, is in attractive pieces of decorating In i pfxiplifrom his section Would cometo keep cool." J
has been acting as agent for the most and I Kissnnmee is the coolest place I knowof ,
J >e for indefinite stay, and .it front of the Dixie "Ki"imm' <'e this next winter, 1 My mother has her Ku'i'' I "'
city an Terrell Land Company, is in the city the city on the and here I am going to stay. got eye on
information to
possible he will. become a permant Mr. Spawn expectsto theater. The square columns at the would) be glad of any as simmee, and it wouldn't surprise me ,
few
days.
for I
a here. The
marbelite the conditions prevailing I FOR RENT One 4-room in much If
resident. soon and hopesto front are an imitation of cottage she comes South this winter ,.
to Antwerp
return send and well has the work been done j }\'i"*immee movie is now being shown Pinedale, pretty location, price $8. tomake Florida her permanent home. .' ,
Mrs. S. and children have the board of trade hym: so Northwest and Canada,
W. Downing \ through the in
takes close inspection to discover I One 2-room cottage Prospect Ad- Yours truly,
this it a
ft Saturday for Centralia, Mo., whereey some of the bird's eye views of his that that it is not the real article. | and on it- return here the advertisingi dition, garden, flowing well, 5. ISAAC S. HALL. I
in
will remain until October 1st. city which he promises to place i of the Board of Trade will
in
work on the side walls) is a I committee Fine modern bungalow best part '
fore leaving they received a tele- various sub-offices throughout Europeas The color real art. The ticket office is 1 take the matter up with the gentleman t, of town, nicely furnished pretty MR. W. J. NELSON Is in the North ( '
of
who is in an advertisement of this city. Mr. piece I The Board does not soliciting immigration for Florida '
/ am from Dr. Downing, and with! the lightson |, at Mt. Vernon. lake view, for rent or sale. Nelson ,
in gold,
Louie, with his son, Ben, saying Spawn is now the owner of a large finished the entire front will be, charge for the use of the picture-it Realty Co. 35-tf and we want your property for sale.

, at Ben was considerably improved, tract of land near Terrell and is operating the ceiling The is merely loaned as a medium to advertise I Call and list it with us and we will
evening.
>d he had great hopes that he would on his own behalf and that of a bright spot every much credit for theappearanc.e the many advantages of this I LIST your property for sale with give you good service Nelson Real

s able to return here with the family several others whom he has associatedwith workmen deserve of the entrance. city as a place of residence. I Nelson Realty Co. 35-tf ty Co. 86-tf

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T-\R.: a L".!Physician HYATT' .and : A PROMISING and, thereby' preventing: the wash. ] What'is:the difference between .a CLASSIFIED LEWIS O'BRv)3N) "
erosion
of hillsides by heavy meat shop and a bake' shop?
Surgeon
Phone. While this improvement of j A'DVERTISING' ATTORNEY AT LAW

: Office, 197 ICluimmeelL FORAGE soil is taking place the- field is j ... :' L -
fine returns to its owner by the L:.
.1 : 248 Flortda. > !_ ti five Cents Per line sPClftthING IN
. .. .. : FOR supply'of rich green forage, 1
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.. which the cattle, horses and other ,i j :.Each Insertionr /. ABSTRACTAND
stock' "can"graze, thereby keeping I --.. .
S'T.M. RIVERS, M. D. : ]II I -
and in fine health at a very small I;, FOR SALE. :
1 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON for eight months in the year. i I '
-kk ,-.--'-------- -Office over iceolA.Jharnia; <:,y.. _,. KUDZU BETTED The roots of the kudzu penetrate 'I FOR SALE-At a bargain, motor TITLE WORK;

1 I Ilesldence 53 I -deeply to-make it-proof against boat "Gadfly" SOx$% ; 15 in, draft} STATE BANK BLDQ. '
PaON1S'!: .r comce 141:1: dry weather that is ever likely to II' 12 h. p. 4 cycle cyl engine; full. ,
THE HAY CURES here. This feature and its II' equipment; everything new. Terms <- <- .;. .0: <00 <00 0 + + + 0'0.. 4: ii4j ';

k,. "VXT.L. WINN- ., RETAINS ITS habit of neither blooming I; on. part if desired. See Saundersat tj tjoo

PHYSICIAN BRIGHT bearing seed causes the vines to I| Gazette office. tf ,,\
green.and growing during the I .4. :-: : ..x H 00 00... t'.n 0 0. ...
Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. saddle horse. Apply -i I .
: FOR SALE-Bay f
term from
spring to fall. The t .
THE f
RESIDENCE: : PHONE: .!'< KIHHIMMEK.OFFICE In I Vans 22tf | ';
: the
G. Agnew.
'IroN "7 PIXMUDA Thin remarkable can accordipgly be cut at any I! one goolls: are rare; in the to E. / \
of bi'inff one o( the that is convenient when weather j other, well done,! : ManhattanHotel '
sale Cash or terms.
CITY LOTS for
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: DEW ITT T. LKJHTSEYOSTEOPATIIIC of wt-alth in the are suitable for curing the | !
]1)R |I future It is really as kudzu does not become injured i I Also !bearing' OI'lInggrove.. G.23tf F.I' 5: .if..,\

1'HYSICIAN I xpruifrs up from the waiting for good weather as other our rare meats! improve Parker.. 4. - ,
They
TRY I'
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Kenidenee Phone' :!74 j (list warm days crops do. This feature gives an --- - --- -- ::: Special Attention to '

Office Phon! !9 Iii I of the year and ( / e advantage over any other their rarity by good FOR( SA J.EFin. iron-gray' marc, ago/ ::: the Traveling Public ,,.
Koomtt 3 and 4 until a killing! / crop. 5 pal't;' sound, gentle, work any y
State Bank 'Bld'lt Kmsimrm-e, Fla. full Thin gives 11 I Kudzu is propagated; means of I cooking, and we guarantee the I where, good condition, $2011.: ( () 'Phone :x: Just acrnntt the aqua re fromA. 1X !

I at least eight I plants that have rooted from the I best results. The remembrance or address W. W.! lionney, (Orange ::: C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE
J. W. SIMPSON;: Center, Fla. ::;> :-t :
4X Jii. I l he made/ I of quality will linger long after I h
cnn ( I some with
!* DENT IVIUpstairs carry themf on their i I MISCELLANEOUS.YOU -:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:-:'+++++++++:-:+++4
known
where four the tubercles that are needed'to the appetite is satisfied and you'll f'
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{ 110 ". I:! eraging two and o the soil for fixing the nitro- 'AN QUALIFY AA:; FOUHTH .:--: +e.+oo++o. ++oooooooo,. ,
OJl'P'lCJI: llouiisTeleuhone fr. ; culling and from the bob up serenely for the next I
making air
I I ,10 t.) ,..111. p. III. into the soil. In CLASS POSTMASTER; t OR /\ 10'I T
No "h Juo J 5 I Ivr ten tons per acre in/ kudzu, fist plow the land meal. RAL CARRIER.: Civil Service examinations About ('

Va have been made). and harrow it, then check it I soon) to I be hi Id I in I this

1)1t] W. W. CARSON highest quality, IJ'in rows JJV4 feet apart each way, I II I State for both positions-. Our s. p- T move our

,4 DENTIS1 J pea or alfalfa and' a plant at, each check. Lay I II I arate and distinct $Vcourse for .

t timothy.I along the bottom of the fur- RULE BASS MARKET I either t position, I will I I 1 ,positively i I i enahle, tion on I '
1 Office over Cole's Jewelry Store I The analysis i made % with crowns slanting; upward *:
you to make a \Miinmg-a\rrage; 'the rapacity. : : ,
Office Hours: 8-la:!, 1 1-5 chemist 1 of Kloiida within two inches of the surface, i I Women
r the\ roijuired I cxiimmation I i ,
Office phone"' I JftH 17.43: and starch and : () ; /{ them with loose earth to ORDIA BASS eligible for postmaster Send money '
Residence 23
: a somewhat richer level of the surface. This re- for free ,
write particulars -
Gas administered! for extraction of teeth Manager.i today, or t' ,
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I>lun. Another ,'(' 1,018 plants to the acre. Give to (COVKHN'MKNT;( ) : : ; ::: INFORMATION : ( (

is. That although the l level cultivation during the first : : Hl'RKAl': : Washington I tITHE HOME
I D R. (;. K. PARKER food, as. .alfalfa, yet it A row of cotton may be I l U. C. ;{.-, I Up : ;;

from the tendency between each row of kudzu from the postmaster at Orange Center -
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OVER ISCKOI.A( "PHARMACY I bowel.s and bloat in I season if desired. After this I and, the local secretary at Kissimmee WANTED: ; Men tutu women( wanted y
live stock that (' .. will need no further cultivation, or from the U. S.; Civil Service at once' (to make lue\ pnlits introducing I.-F.F: .
Office Hours: KXt:( ) to 12:00:( ) Noor I : ++ -1'C'+++
P. M. with the use of the vines will run all over the ], Commission, Washington, I 11. C. ""'ond, ('" Cloth" to every tt
I I-IK() to RM:( )
tened kudzu hay (' the next season and take root 1 Applications should be properly executed household i in your town, I Demonstrate r- t

7) R. H. S. GEIGER frc'sh foliage again the joiYits, growing 1 so rapidly as and filed with the Commissionat I and tuke the. money It'seasy.
l PHYSICIAN AND SUIt G BON excellent green ration choke out all other plants, (even Washington at least 7 days l efore Address Wonder. (Cloth Box' If you (

Citizens Bank Building winter. It is well I pests as nut, Johnson and Ber the date of the examination, otherwise I 41. Kissimmee, Fla 'j!.") ItpWAITED BARGAIN )

Kissimmee, Florida in making mixed feed I grasses), yet, it is an easy mat it may be impracticable to examine :; ; A --'second: : -;- hand -wmdmilf. in ;
Phones: Office 297 or 64 all other purposes (to get rid of kudzu if desired, for the applicants. ORANGE
Must i be m good iorali Lion. Address
Residence, 265. 14-lyr' used for. I .. plants will only sprout from the ,
:\.r hIts" l.oughman, Florida land
or
The hay cures very and can be tilled by cutting I ----X-: >-X--: .
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r. A. VANB AGNEW W. B. Cft"..roa"1 ing its leaves and these crowns with a disk plow in -
AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW instead.. -shedding I' dry weather in I summer. For this I .;>, UNION CENTER I WADE the tuner, Orlando. Oranges t'
VANS By Lloyd Harvey < I
velvet beans do; in there is no danger of kudzu I .;. ..

requires only one becoming a pest. .;..x..:.. : :_:-:-:_:_;:. II MEET and we me will at get Kissimmee a drink of/Drug the best Co., I I GrapefruitL ,
ready to put into the Kudzu will he an excellent to t
crop soda water made.
Ofnom: H-4-.V4 Citizen. Itank RulhlluKKissimmee .11\\tf ,
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Florida reason it can be .' cotton in boll weevil sections; Owight; Funk, after several months

fields in stacks' und<' .. demand for the hay is strong and visit in Ohio with his parents, Mr. and FOR RENT. '

thereby avoiding .' i is no danger of raising too much,, Mrs C. II. Funk, returned several' .
GEIGER. FOR -: :-.... >
TI.D. days and RENT OR SALE
ago reports having fine -
building barns and it can be I sent to all parts of the I a Two-story
using; sweep rakes ... for market. After the first time. His parents will return in a store building on Brack St., North M.
\ ATTORNEYATLAWOffice I few weeks. Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf :(
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the hay on wagons there will he no expense ex -
State Bank Building it with a mowing ) for harvesting the hay, which re Mrs. J. K. Milliard and mother-- Mrs DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. |* Real :

Kissimmee. Florida into windrows ..... much less labor than E. F. Masters, and daughter, Irene,I Tiller. : I II
trig I making: and son, Jim, after several months' 't': ................................
horse rake. and it will enrich the I
The soil in
QEO.' F. PARKER. per ton and up, hay ( .. of making it poorer as' cotton visit in Eau Claire, Mich., and other: ,! ..i't'-:......:-:-:..:-:......:-:-:...-:":-....:-:":":"..-.."..".,-..-.: A Realty ;

Attorney-at-Law. of an acre wield $200( i'i ; this will avoid having to buy: points, returned to their home Sunday It' $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ :+ :'jr: Houses

Kudzu is of even It is free from insect en- evening. They were accompanied .(: saved by |possessing: your own :)::: l i: Taxes paid
Collections and Conveyancing from Georgia here by Mrs. II. C. :t home. I have for ale .
grazing purposes than '" and diseases also, and for these I : I a large j: .1 ified for -
'. Specialties. requires no cultivation reasons will be far more profit-: Lightsey and daughter.The { bungalow, [ rooms, plastered, :X: Y: Fire Life and 1;
.
I 11 I Broadway. j season and will thrive ; I than cotton.Agricultural Y. P. C. E. society held its I Il:;:. closets wired for, front lighting and rear t1<.\\lng porches well, Y{: $ surance.

Ai is too poor and rough scientists Have been I meeting at 7:30: Sunday evening with : '? lot 150x150. XI: I : Indemnity
' /J. F. KRIBBS:: crop. It has been in vain for such a plant as Miss Ruth Harvey as leader. ?; A small -room cottage-a 'O.

LL *i t.:1\," 'I"X." I ATTORNEY: AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. all the .-types of'soil and it will fill a long-felt want ""Rev. J. D Sunday, Wyandt morning will fill and his even-appointment -I X f: ideal model for of a,neatness.family of-two.Just the I '-" - O City"I;,!

and found to do well!) our farmers; unfortunately, A concrete bungalow
:: Grooms ::1
Examination! of Titles a Specialy. from pure sand to +"ever, the supply of plants is very ing, August 24th. Everyone invited. .*. and bath:! front rear and side :.
Notification"and payment of taxes of provided the land is ;( and'the demand for them can The Christian Endl'avor'society will 4. porches, wired for lighting, deep DR. WM
I non-residents given; careful ed to admit of be fully supplied for many years give an ice cream social Saturday I-t' well, lot I 105x140! I (), fenced, fine :i.
: "ST.. Mattention.pAT beans where the soil I come. evening, August 23rd, at the Union :!:. you rig ,had,. liw, i in u, front yard. .''j!- ,
; Two ::1-.
t i
Center school house. The social will 0 1} uom collar* on lai go 'j' ,
grow) these ('(" Kudzu is perfectly! hardy all over lot III lIcMllllllc Jlrl hllUI liouj. 1' ''
JOHNSTON wet for kudzu. Like, |';i I .. United :Slates; and endures the I be given for the benefit of t the society .::1.: Small rush payment I takes cither, ::i:: sri ClAi >
J i and will he assured that it will I be one : of JiltOVO, : .HK'ONIC
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW kudzu will I make a st ] ittii' as far north as Nova Scotia.i I 1''t'
of the greatest events of its kind :: <;i-ioom IKIII--I-" on g'ood t 1't
rich land, hut it iloc.s \ j i I t \\ i I I theiefore} he a valuable crop in :: :.0() foot lot mill _'" stiect, : .-. / > ,
10-11 I Citizens Bank Building a> I" s II HI' fi i lilt ::: "
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is too poor for other > .. tmithcrn, , .stales as well as in -------- -- - : land. 4 mil,., fioni
Kissimmee Florida rapidly improves the I! | i;, I '- :South; although the longer grow '':;'":..:..:..:":-:-:-:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:":..:":.-:..:..:..:":":,.:' :: mall glO\\ log/: '10'\11 I lailio.id>I I.!i:.IJII and '::1'X :: . -' / '-, ',! .., I l lI
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in mtiogen fiom the -i>ascin Soul li will be an advan- 1' ui-i 11 I .
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> C MABHKY WAIt ,UW 't': *' t C'xll f'1 /
(lIIH : T riCTON M" I t. I I.' :
Il oun.,1; l for JU IK<-* .'f Ihe I leaves and fixing it I l I lion i K: 1 It.: Kppes in Florida I .:. .:. ::. 'Miunis, at \t i iy ",,,". .:i 1.:
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Florida K. Cumin. <;>iininul I Court means of the bacteria" t i '" 1 teily, Mullet( in. I ';' ';' -: 4.: also lol.s. IIlId l "si.'l..ugt-" u II""I ': .. I .
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ASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS on I its roots, for I it has i J. H. I liouscr it on his \\a) heref :::j:: groves spi-ii, lall"_' '1'

AND I COUNSELLOR t that cow peas and /: ; :: EXAMINATION i om Cincinnati., Mr. I lloust-r huill ::. Ask Mrs. Summers ::::
AT LAW in i t this itupe tt. This t I' 1111-: residence heie +
u last wintei utid :!: tOH I'rndrl.l A,
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the Pmc-ticf Un.I"CommiKBiun, in Slut all,..the.ami nlh Cimim tine Ix4or Intt'rutat of the the -lute Florida" CommerceCotiinttmtim and Itailruttd of- soil rains and and the the protection hukmg |I|! FOR POSTMASTER I|: other expects lots to build several more .on his I ':":":.':-:'.:":-:-:":":...-.":":":-:..:-:":..:":..:..:-:..:!. I II S. i


11-11 CliAHl.lo.HT'IN 111."" KLANI I>O. FLA afforded by the dense I I II. E. I'uge, who recently bought the I fait t that i tlie animal I' not' II t'lsh 11I"
I III I yr causes rapid i"l i I I. OKA.MiK: ; CENTEK' WILL BEHELD i grocery !business' from I'. E. Truedell I. not ted until t it( is l 1..II.d.), and II does. : REAL
i ity of the land planted ; I I ISEI'TEMBEH I has moved in to the new addition built not walk backwuid.liailey's .
ANlmEJOIINON:; I poor, worn out land I AT KISSIMMEE: ON Ion his store.Iteport I dictionary" detim-il:' t tin- luriot. _.....*............. 1
the rich soil t that has 13. !
ATTOKNKY'AMI! CMIINSM.I.OH\ AT 1.1\V i i I r say we are to have a butcher or golden oriole, as "a lunl I that? bring; i
I cleared" from the ,' { i shop in this place I I looked 1 ,
Will I'ractu--t all I Courts - upon by one who lia t the yel
Slate ail }Federal although poor land !)(.' ] |: A party from St. Cloud visited this.. low. jaundice. lines the (person and: Examination i

Office ndjnimnK/; Broadway in a few years when : | MilUnited States Civil Service I II nlace vesterdav and like the place very : dies himself", I'l-miing,, who was the I

_Citizens Bank K isi4lnirnteJ. It is advisable to use I lon announces that on the 13th I much. They expect to buy and locate next dictionuiy' maker, was afraid, of
--- on such I soil the first of September an examination will I here I tln" and merely said "Loriot. a kind i i

to hasten the growth held at Kissimmee, Fla., as a reI Mrs. C). C. McLean made a shopping of bird."

J. \V. Thompson) ( until it can draw in I of which it is expected to make i trip to Kissimmee yesterday. Hut one of the best bits of misin- I i Corresoondence i

nitrogen. After this to (till a contemplated va I I D. E. Proper has moved into the formation was given i in the' dictionaiy

-- FUNERAL DIRECTOR quire fertilizing, for its. )- in the position of fourth class I Carr house. of Edward Phillip"'ho in one place H]

". I tern draws potash .. at Orange Center, Fla., Edward Mitzel having been laid declared that "a gallon i is / I

andLICENSED acid from the sub-soil .. other vacancies as they may occur up with a bad foot, has returned to I' containing two ipjaits," untlill/n'lIhIJrI'I another' I c. W. t

draw all of the nitrogen that office/ unless it shall be de work at II. H. Hull's' saw mill. I I place declared! "a quaver is a measure

EMBALMER plant from the air. In in the interests of the !service The Narcoossee saw mills are loading of time in music, being. the half of a

OppoBlte Courthouse soil becomes richer fill the vacancy by reinstatement. a car of switch ties. crochet, as. the crochet the half of a I Staple and
of becoming exhausted compensation of the "
postmaster
K188IMMEE. quaver, which leaves the subject '
FLORIDA jog grasses for hay. this office was $231.00 for the last Rhubarb is one of the standard gar- clear as mud. as 'I GRO = [

live to a great age and [ year. den crops in the vicinity of large :
er and more vigorous as limit 21 years and over on date cities. I
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-rrII.. JENKINS by. the examination, with the excep- LAre "*"
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SURVEYOR (One planting is that in a State where women are I DICTIONARY MISTAKESThe You Looking Free Delivery / fo .,

yield of hay increases lared by statute to be of full age popular idea is that dictionary For ofjthe:

becomes more thickly all purposes at 18 years, women makers are about 'as infallible as mak- a _.'
If
: Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla. from the vines, taking years of age on the date of the ers of literature can be, and yet from '
joints. The great will be admitted. the earliest times the mistakes of the Location For a Mercantile 1 1r

struggling for air and must 'reside within the lexicographers have furnished amuse- Business in a Good Live j +9.++1.I+++++++4+++++ :;:
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!fiYili! !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii!Ii !Ii!Ii tendency to become supplied by the post office ment. Town? +

leafy also, and this which the examination is an When the forty immortals were en- :t

C. F. ThrasherSHEET quality of the hay by : gaged in making the dictionary of the Have For Rent, a Modern I L GRAYST ONE

coarse vines thereby : examination is open to all citi- French academy, the word "crab" Brick Building. f t'll I- t
and other live stock to of the United States who can came for about
METAL WORKER I up a gloss; they were ,, t ___OFM tit THE TEII J
Steel Ceiling Specialty.P. ly without wasting with the requirements. to agree 'to define it as "a little red E. E. Wells 42.50

O. Bo 696 Kissimmee, Fla. vines that run along the forms and full infor fish that walks backward," when Real Estate and Insurance to 3.60 per day. I 'i
out roots at the joints concerning the requirements Furetiere pointed out that it was no J:t: Special by week or month. _f

Ifi Yi !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Iili! plant and bind the the examination.. be secured. j doubt 'a good definition save for the r-203 Broadway Phone 272--, oj 1: M. W. TNURMM, rilp. R. 0. rOIIE, Mar '". .1

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FRIDAYAUGUST 2t 1913. aI '' ' "
THE LISS If91HBE
VALLEY' GAZETTE ,
f .
.
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,W "' - ,

had told ker, through Mrs. Lewis M" ..., ? ... ..

[SPIRIT MEDIUM a medium, that the.treasure wa< only I CI1AUTAUQUA AND the idea of hanging Up some weapon.1 \.

,t three feet under the' round, but she indicated juat a* dearly to primitive

,ATTEMPTS TO' dug 'and dug; and dug: until she"reached L LYCEUM WORKERS made man that there was' a man Inside who 4 ,
(
many more feet in depth, and dug those things, as would a big a ,h

In. all corners of the cellar for fear WILL HOLD ign over a store today indicate that" .
LOCATE TREASURE the THEIR ELEVENTH Tune and knives
spirit's memery might have been and revolver were
'
short on the location.. But she did not ,ANNUAL. CONVENTION ATCHICAGO"ON sold inside IN .

strike the wealth. SEPTEM.: Even aa recent as when London 'I ,STOCK \

[ BUT SPIRIT SAVE( WRONG CUE She came back to' Denver' and her BER 15.19! ,had was': quite a village very few men ,f I PLAIeErle RECAWS W'EAM FEEDS '

,
friends names. The-man who made 1
teased her. about
,19f her trip. -- pot- ;MATCMERI: ELF. FlllIIID RIP '
-. She became angered:and went before tery hung: \up some earthen pots. TOWER EDOER TRiMMECiePERKINC'

MEDIUM SPENDS TWENTY.FIVK Judge Stapleton, of the municipalcourt 'The'International l Lyceum Associa Later-he was called Potter,"' and.to CHINGLEKACHUVEarENGIleEC '

and complained. The court could tion, which Is composed of 'a thousand Ae name of Potter came'about But .. t. 4. .. SAWMILLS

DAYS IN JAIL INSTEAD OF not'aid her in' finding the buried of1 the well-known lyceum and chau- shop signs were used thousands of BOILERS. 4 t. ae .. Llaat ..d UNqCAWDUCT '"

TAKING OUT LICENSE.TO'.' wealth.butoflreredto. prosecute, Mrs. tauqua workers, wlU,.,this year, ,hold years before there was any writing, OONVIIIYOas CLAD eJA1'I'"JIITO' .
its.eleventh GASOLINE' IIIl'fOINE'' TEAM FIIIEDS 'n.
annual-convention and xxmststed ,
-of
Lewis for practicing at-the the-articles them' L
SPOOK kRY. ; -clairvoyance ,
: PRACTICE Auditorium "LATH.ILL''STAYJD, MILLS -- -
Without a license. Hotel, Chicago, Sep'tember them, such *s the bush over the wine I qDICSTON
to 16-19, inclusive. lAws .. ;
For
The case was called June 26, 1912. the past three chop door. SAw BITS f.. aU ...... .f sews
4 a. year. this. organization hai Mo doubt ,
r
Denver, August 13.The: last Chapter and Mrs. Lewis was fined $50 and held its when characters were .IIA..ING PULLETS ..0 XIII'
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,. in a succession of incidents caused costs-just double the amount of the convention at .Wl ona Lake, Indf first used, they were used aa aigns. BELTINO ...._..._. t. ...t '

license. She The chautauqua, by Sec The first character writing deSldedly LOG CHAINS CANT' IIOOKS TONG' J '
a dream in which four women appealed the case to the lecture war: t
by retary of State Brytfn'g ]. crude 'JIIVERY'I'RUfO! FOR' TRIG .
afrirmed has ; being rough designs of .4
figured, and a search for burled treas- county court. The court the I SAWMILL ,
t decision of claimed as much attention as this Bal articles: thems h'tg, pictures\ of ;:
ure in an adjoining state, was written Stapleton a month ago and kan and men VVrIIe for +
Mexican
wars, the Japanese I and of animals and a
when' Mrs. Anna Lewis, of No. 122 Mrs. Lewis went to jail. weapons and I p..loe. .
scare, the tariff, and it is almost on I dishes. Then, instead of 4
hanging
She out
( Welt Ellsworth street, was released owns a neat home, has a bank
4 a par with baaehall. the y
article f
account and is to be themselves, pictures graven :
jail after serving a sentence of reputed wealthy,
from Lecturers of note, statesmen, musicians I in stone or \ 1 .
twenty-five days. but she said she would not pay the painted on stone of the I J ir'
and artists in all the various articles made and sold
v in I
were placed
license-and she didn't.AVACADO'PEAR.
The service in jail was in defaultof branches : .
known
to the front
lyceum and! of these shops.
the payment of a fine and costs,
chautauqua profession are members of I From that to the characters that i
R Mrs. Lewis could have
which easily
this organization, known to its friendsas were without pictures, but which 1
paid, but which she thought was illegal the I. L. were f
A. I In reality a crude alphabet and toldin I i
backed her
and sentiment
by
,
There is perhaps no other union of actual reading I .t.ti
a story, were usedas
going to jail and occupying" a cell. STEADILY GROWS forces with which the unique distinction signs. A sort of combination of a' R. FLOYD
"I tell you I am happy, said Mrs. that the I.
L. A. claims. It is picture of a sword, perhaps, and a few I .
I.evuwhen, released. "But I had '
composed of those who furnish the
characters which stated that fine
a made up my mind not to pay that"tine INPOPULARITYSHIPMENTS performances, the managers who con- swords were made-there. )I' f i

and I didn't. It is good to be home
'
duct the busines send of this vast and Then
came the day when men had
with my daughters again, but under growing movement, the agents who names and so they put their names on I

l tiii, ame circumstances" I would again HEAVIER EACH YEAR sell the programs to the various chau- their signs, together with letteringand Grocer .1

,dl ,(rvc a term in jail.
1 chautauquas and 15,000 lyceum courses pictures, such as "John's Son, I }
all out of dream-the
'lag ]It t grew a and the committeemen who I "
I annually Sandals, together with either a san ,
'b dream. of a womanand, Mrs. Lew- FRUIT NOW SELLING AT FROM : spend about $10,000,000 for lyceum. I dal carved in wood or a crudely painted 1
refusal to license to the
pay a
it and chautauqua'attractions.. Get
sandal on the Today our prices en
75 CENTS TO $1 PER DOZEN sign. we see
it city in the sum of $25 for rendering There are this season about .
2,000 such
signs as "John Smith, Butcher, .;
heiervices as a spiritualistic medi- SHIPPING "POINT. chautauquas and 15,00 lyceum courses, on a sign, and above it a large head HAY GRAIN FEED '

can, and it of thia ,
was great people's
move- of
bull carved and
Ind a painted or guild-I .
In May, 1912, Mrs. Mary Saigle, of' ment that Theodore Roosevelt said .
((From the New York Packer) : which we make a specialty
had dream.
street
No 4500 Perry a "The chautauqua is the most American

': Mi<' dreamed that her grandfather, Jacksonville, Fla., AugustThe institution in America," and Senator ed.MAKING
Avarado is fast becoming one of the SLEEPING
c
"anon Gardner, left buried treasure LaFoIlette has recently paid the ly-

i mark his farm near<< Kellog, Neb. important fruit crops of Florida. In .
t nn ceum this tribute: "From the time of --
the past three several hundred CARS Of
years CAMELSCamel
dreamed that $20,000 of it
Mi.- was I II Wendell Phillips until the present, the

i u: /gold, and that there was $8,000,000 I acres jiave been planted and ship- lyceum has been the salvation of our

in bonds! and securieties. The matter ments are heavier each year. It is republic." """ cradles- I
AND
prayed, upon her mind and she called I believed that the avacado is the kingof were never designed ST. AUGUSTINE

fruits for the dyspeptic and that for rocking young camels to sleep, but I
?,. :Mrs Harry Haviland, of No. 727 RETURN
WHEN SHOP they are a contrivance which .
i ?well Boulevard. They consulted the weakest stomach will assimilatethis I SIGNS by trav-I

A ..r.rr the matter, for Mrs Haviland was fruit and at the same time act elers in the desert may k v

ba a firm .believer in dreams. Mrs. Saigle j as a tonic to the whole system. In WERE fiRST USEDWhen night and yet lose no sleep. Mr.

did,, not take much stock in her own i tropical climates, during the entire James Landsell, the noted English 1 Special Train
the fruit used traveler, in his recent book on travels, MONDAY
fruiting season is dailyat
but to let Mrs. Haviland
beam, agreed
I primitive man first found it describes this novel of WIll lEAYt: .. s
transpor-
r hays. the greater portion of whatever each meal. way 2 2 5

{ might/ be uncovered. I In speaking for the proper name have necessary been to use weapons there the must clan tation in an entertaining way, in tell SEPTEMBER j$ KISSIMMEE 4 t

Hut in her dream Mrs. Saigle had for this superior fruit a Florida some men among ing how he j journeyed by camel train
'w who had a greater "knack"' or abilityin from Khiva to the Cospian. I '
neglected' to continue her dream un- grower says: The government path- FIRST AT 1:09 1 : pm 4 i
forming them than other
men, justas "It was just at dusk that all was in .
ologist insists that the name .
Ml she located the spot on the farm i i"h.en' proper I
b the treasure was buried. It I of the alligator pear is "avacado."' some men have the ability to paintr readiness, and we were to get into

to chisel statues today. And it our sleeping Let 1 .
waa large farm, and it was going This is a corruption from the Mexican queer cages. yourself
naturally followed that these men two narrow wooden I via
'< sea to find the identical resting ahuacatl, Spanish aguacate' French imagine
I noon found all their time occupied in crates, such earthenware is packedin
't German avogado. In
wealth. auguacate,
of the grandfather's .
Pplace
I making weapons for the other men each sufficiently large for a man
i Then they looked in a and Spanish agua means "water" and cate
newspaper
I hence while it be who could use them skillfully enough, to lie in when twisted to the shape of Atlantic Coast LineFor k
found' the very thing they wanted. means "pear, may e
; but could not make them.
the letter S, and let yourself feel you
I nder the title of "Buried Treasure''' proper to say "alligator pear, it | ,
As civilization advanced, meagre as are suspended on either side of the
\ found," they found the name of Mrs. '' would be incorrect to say "avacado )i
was the advance, there seems no doubt huge hump of a kneeling camel. 1 "
1 Iwls and Mrs. Haviland called on pear, for we would then be saying information or Pullman reservations, call .
that the caves or huts of these weapon Those are the sleepers of the desert. I '
ci her It was the simplest<< thing in the 1 "water pear pear. It is perhaps be- W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent. Kitsimmee ,
became veritable Later,
makers
shops.
"This I was to understand was
; world for :Mrs Lewis. I Iof cause of the difficulty of arriving at to indicate which of the huts contained to be my sleeping given place for the night, I J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A.. Tampa. Fla. Y. R. Beazley, T. P. A 5v
in mentioning
which is preferable -
I FOa small fee she called up the name
weapon makers, some weapons weichung and I accordingly chose my berth on '1 .
'i' pint of old Simon Gardner, and he this fruit that the pathologistshave
outside the entrance. In this the port side of the 'ship of the desert,'
He found it hard to change the
talked freely about the matter. - -
I', manner was introduced the first shop first putting into the cradle for a lin- a
/ iaid- he buried the gold and bonds in' common allusion from "alligator pearl'to '
sign. ., ing a piece of felt and then two pil-.: I
the northwest corner of the cellar under "av eado, M
It would have been impossible to lows-and covered myself well over I
f' the old farm house. The shipping season 11 la now at its

. Mrs. Haviland hurried away to Kellogg flush and it is estimated that, the engrave on a slab of soft stone or with a duster and headgear as a

-after first borrowing the rail- movement this season will be three burn in a slab of wood "John Broken- means of protection from the desert ,,. '

tooth Maker of Spears," and'stick sands. \
c'I .ail. fare from a woman neighbor times greater than any previous year.
this the "shop," for the simple "Then came the tug of war. Nazar,
over
; .
The 1 budded avacado '
-> need. a team and it small boy, largest grove
I that there was no alphabet, no our driver, asked if we were ready,
>. ""d, went" to tin- old 1 I farm. :She found pinball. . in the world is a t\liami: and reason
I of reading and and assent, bid us to hold on
knowledge writing or on our
',. collar, and with puk and shocli owned by S. S. Him, north of Miami. ,
'
whatever !But said the camel, '( hu, whereupon -
;: i '. ling one whole d..y.i She tay'dit l :Mi r. (Collins, of :New: Jersey, also), has no written language and to
I the animal, Rot up leisurely, first ,
'hint' house that night and pro- ,,,1\ large prove Th'reire many grovesof j bhi, hind legs, and in doing so L I't 1

ceded to dig again the next day, l budded fruit on the East COl"tindo I e
raised our feet to an angle/ of more
"I.i'p irh her, hand wet<- 1 bli-ti> .ieil und more ate being planted each year. i Birch Mountain
thereby threatening -
than sixty degrees
j I lit, nvihcles sole. The fruit is now selling' at 75c toJl ,
out bodily.
to pitch us
I I In- 'pi lit of old Simon r tnudncrcR1i $ I per dozen, !shipping point.
.HERB TEA When the creature was urged to go
---- --
,j qUickly, the neuiest simile for the
,. WHAT IS PLWOUTII,. : \ ROCK cradle I can think of is that of a

Plymouth Hock is a large rock near I Imported from Bohemia, the most I bottle of medicine in the process! of .

the. waterside at Plymouth, on which I wonderful herb compound the i being' "well shaken before taken," but I .

J.J pre. Pilgrims/ are said! to have stepped I word has ever known, for the when the camel took his leisurely I BANK is at your service in all matters concerning any

J when they first landed. Pot-ember 21, : treatment of Asthma, Hay Fever, I walk, which Nazar assured us his THIS have in ly
financial proposition may
i' Ki'JO Tradition divides the honor of Bronchitis,Coughs, Colds, Catarrh I beast could keep, up for an indefinitetime or you

i'I 'bring/ the first to land between John La Grippe, Whooping Cough and we soon became accustomed to mind. 'I '

severe cases of Kidney, Bladder, animal's
I Alden and Mary C'hiluern. the rythmic swing of the

I In 1774 Plymouth nock was raised Stomach and Lung troubles. body, and soon floated away into the stand ready to advise and cheer
1' Its officials long experienced,
I It t is an invigoratingtonic .
from its bed near the waterside, but land of desert dreams

In the following .purifies the I of their knowledge.Our .
) l.ioken in the opeiation. -- -- fully give you the benefit (
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blood builds
Give year the upper part was re- up I ALL ABOUT A CUNNER I

timely warning moved to the public square, where it W the run-down sys- with the business
in touch
associations keep
\ of abuse, overstrain remained until 18114: when it was .raot tern, soothes the Off all sad things/ of tongue or pen, i wide us

down-Flat-foot.or complete breaking again; removed and placed in front ofPilgiim 'lS"' A. nerves, improves the saddest, of all IS the cunner, that world and we place ourselves at your service, guaranteeing the
and how
o- the appetite little fish that knows
Wa take medicine or rub with liniment Hall. There it rested until ; skinny bony
the ;:;:%.JI'makes sleep rest- hell and off confidence. '
for auppoaad rheumatiam in taken and reunited < to enter the jaws of carry strictest
feet, llmba and back, etc., when the 1880, when it was .;:1:'sue.ful and refreshing. teeth This measlyeimin of the
1 whole) trouble la In the arch of the foot with the other portion. It is now sur- its
wonderful
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The bonee have lowered, itralnlnc the This pathl-s- deep is stronger for its size CALL AND SEE US AT ANY TIME
tendona and mtuclxa to the braking mounted with a handsome granite W ;; %
; medicinal tea contains the red
lion of the desert or '
the
point and cin lng awful aconr. and visitors stand upon ".' than I NOTHING'
canopy may ":- 21 different than IT WILL COST YOU
GHOUL'S"FootEazer" )I ant of tradition. It i is! quicker
i the rock. In the attic of the canopyare herbs importedfrom
elusivethan
? the wit of woman and more I
the bones of several of the
i placed and has been
Bohemia endorsed of dream. It is
shadow a
4 f 7 1l : I.I the only remedrHd| colonists who died during the first year by Pope Leo XIII, the Em- the tiger and more
F'RJ.1SSS- our Globe.If bolder than a Bengal : : BANK OF
of settlement.-Boston STATE
J ralxi Uem.the nttrrinf bonM to tfci P"1 tw emi-nent justly entitled to kingship among the

"th..r of the sea than Job's 'leviathan I -
r I creatures
$ u M, t ,.l-Ueltr correctly reported in Punch, the the highest awards, gold medalsf whale of Scandinavian -
..d .hearth wad ea.es a has been reproducedon or the great i KISSIMMEE
delightful Mr. Spooner Baying which
of are
''C -some mythology. Hats off to the cunner s

\ rywg..1.o.rr(kftdu end f q.ee "Many years ago, after a rough the cans-and honorary Diplomas -I Man is both fearfully and won-
r ..r. .u as th.4 I warmed fish thatI held in Paris ,
" \ L1 rv.er l.l..e crossing, a strong from Expositions made but in the presence of
fvA ,
derfully 'r
pOM. f tM might live to see the Tannel Chun- Rome Vienna, Florence, London I miracle of subaqueous Capital 50000.00 H i'

of nel. That fish has never waded from and Liege. in recognition of its evolution this superfinny he stands humble and aghast.The Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00 t

my heart. We, too, favor a Tannel great curative qualities. This is to get him 14 with a '
J hest way Officers and Directors
ads Chunnel-oh, awfully-though; we are one of the few articles that is free bent
0 of
$_ ar about the size a
.ds.faWplr.Irrt 8. ..: 7 of the opinion that Mr. Spooner en- from alcohol, narcotics and poison.If I I small hook pimple full of unshellI C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice Prest. ,! j

/;'1 I', ..iIin.eMeCwJ joyed a still loftier inspiration whenhe it does not do all that is claimedfor I pin clam.-New and a goose London Telegraph. M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest.

took an Oxford undergraduate by it, your money will be refunded. \

at mdt.Yai the ear, and said to him, gravely, BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., A Holstein cow has recently completed ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier ,

'',"; "Young r man, not content with break- Buffalo, N. Y.. U. S. A. I an official record ofi3.34

, t See windows atDuttonHarris ing an the rules of this college, you Kissimmee Drug Co. Kisalm- pounds of,, butter in 7 days and 170
Sold by
have deliberately tasted two worms! I pounds in 30 days. : { ,
Co. mae, Florida.
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VALLET\GAZETTE FRIDAY AUGUST 21,1113.
n B> PAGE tO. THE KISSIMMEE ,
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,1'I ,by manual l labor., certified to by two ashamed, and. for which there }jseemsto + . .o., . .'I' . . . .

SENATOR BRYAN .. reputable physician, ,, $1 ,O. BUFFALO HERDI be no cur*.* .. You\ 000' .SINGLE'COPIESof ..
Widows whose husbands enlisted. There is not'a high school boy fn If + theILLUSTRATED ..

GIVES REASONS from Florida, $150.. IS INCREASED Georgia ''who could by any possibility + EDITION .'

\ ,',> All" other widows, $120, fail to understand that the Bryan to Hesitate to Have 000 of GAZETTE theVALLEY ...

All other pensioners now on the roll whom reference is made in the quoted + 4

: i ;: FOR HIS ACTION who will be entitled to an increase ,, BY TEN CALVES I extract from 'the Athens High School Your Shoes 0'000 'are this on office sale at ..

t under the new Jaw will be increasedby Quarterly is Senator Nathan P. Bryanof .
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the Board without any application Florida. The, writer in the Athens Repaired 000Co .

r 'I IN OPPOSING PARCEL POST RULE being made' by the pensioner* if' their NOW CONTAINS FORTY-EIGHT publication mentions, first, the president ... C. atlO C .. copy .

. claims now on file contain the necessary the speaker of the house and the On account of looks, you Co 0

), showing required by'law. house leader. In the next group he don't know the kind of repairing .tOo The subscription price ..
of the
t' SAYS ONE.CENT BETTER POSTAGE Special Notice. Pensioners Now: On HERD HAS QUADRUPLED SINCE names four members ot the cabinet. we do. We prom- +'O' VALLEY GAZETTE 4

the Roll. Then lie mentions the Louislanian and . (Ib .

j .. -----0---. SHOULD .BE_ _PUT INTO When-thejiew Jaw went .Jnto 'effect ; IT WAS ESTABLISHED-COWS the Georglan who are members of thesupreme ise in advance to make your ..4 $1.50 a Year; ..
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EFFECT BEFORE ANYTHING the pensions were renumbered. Watchout MORE VALUABLE THAN BULL j' court of' the United-"States.: old 'shoe' look almost as .0" '75c for t\f\ months. ..

A I ELSE. for your new number in October --- lie next names five senate leaders- good aa new-and at a very .Cs-oo.... ... > .<> ... ... + + ... + + + + + .+

t. and put it on your pension certificate. Bacon and Smith, of Georgia; "Bryan"of remarkable cost. Unless

Those now drawing pension will_ the birth of ten calves in the buf. Florida; Williams, of Mississippi, you have all kinds vof good COMMIT SUICIDE! '''

"Washington, Aug. 15.-Senator Bry. not have to file a new application.] falo] herd maintained by the government i| and Simmons of North Carolina.] I I II throw Pon't nOX'T have roaches In your horn. for

1 an recently criticised the action of 1 on the Wichita National forest I These', mind you, are all southern men. I shoe money to away and they then crawl over through. dishes savors and cooking And drains uten-

) Postmaster General Burleson in issuing and game refuge, near Lawton Oklahoma -, Had the writer of the paragraph intended YOU SHOULD ails and ialter disease germs and a '.

: his order consolidating first and FRANK CLARK has been reported by the game 1 to include Secretary of State MAKE THE OLD ONES LAST i' to tutu kill\ poisonous ronches. for odor roaches Don't drag use paste their )I

second zones! of the parc- l post, and warden in charge. The herd now contains | Bryan in his list, he would have placed j I' \\ ilitr' and 1 1K through It and traJl It I

increasing the weight and size of IN I II a total of 48 head of full blooded I him among the cabinet officers and AS LONG AS POSSIBLE t I aid thn.imhoiir) .". x! : Tin. .leant home spi-ck and over of phosphorus your eat- l 1

It.. packages which can be carried! by I MUST KEEP buffalo, or, more properly, bison of I not in the list of senators. As it was, Let us show you how we ,iniKt'" oil',,will ar' lull killed n pi-men.In thin way Hundred' and they ofi I

parcel post.Senator which 27 are males and 21 females. I he placed the Florida senator whose make old shoes look like i\er lii'w what killed them. You \
Bryan declared that the All of the animals ; ii,, know Hint If n chicken eat a roach
are in splendid I
THE LIMELIGHT condition name happens to be Bryan where it
tli.it, IIIIN, I..MI killed with paste, it !la a
rate charges recently] fixed by the I belonged.i new (I. ml <4iU 1 ki. mid I If a dog( eat the
Postmaster General are unscientific ]In 1 1107! the American I ones.A. < hd, l ii"n, It l In a dead dog and It bucardi .
bison
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society i the blinded
by .
Telegraph, preju- i ni, il >K It will kill tint billiards.
and liable to create an additional deficiency donated to the federal government a : dice so narrow that it both fails and WitzSHOE I \',mt nilulit" belter have roaches. In your PII
in the Postoffice Department. ; STOP COONS AND WHITES nucleus of 15 animals which had been I !I in.me' thnn' taking H chan with your !
refuses is will
to see, .oblivious of all else | In.' l i.\ uMluK! paRte for the roaches
He asserted! if the Postoffice Department bred and reared in the New York that the hated of REPAIRING iM.i, kill v uu (knd! the paste will. Ashes
save
i name Bryan appeared -I and HARNESS WORK \Koiith ivppt-r contains no poison and
becomes self-sustaining one- zoological park. Th.e animals were 1 in the High School Quarterly's 'I j Just back of Citizens Bank, on I haH n" inlur One application I. iruar-
cent letter postage can be put into OP transported to. the Wichita l .tt-I, t.. rid any home, of all roaches.
:MARRYING IN DISTKICT CO- national list of southerners "worthy of the best Darlington avenue. I..11,15. !l'l) "bUKi". moth. and other Insects.

(effect which will be a much greater M'MIilA: AS WELL AS RIDING forest which is also a game refuge traditions of the old south." Wave a I _;., u lox at all druggists. 23-4tp

advantage to the public than the lower and placed under the care of the red flag at a bull, and he inquires not I ,

rates on parcel post packages. IN SAME CAR. Forest Service. They readily adapted ( whether the rag be silk or calico. Its :I !.NOTICI3 OF ADMINI4TI\ ":'OR ,'

In reply to the statement of Postmaster themselves to their new habitat, but I color alone interests him. The Tele- No.666 For VlmmlIN ..... ...

General Burleson that he hast the area upon which they were placedwas graph, likewise, when' the name of '1'",,: (OIHT -OK COUNTY JUIJGK

e power to make the changes he did ( By WINFIELD) JONES) within the zone affected by the Bryan is mentioned in its hearing, I This is a prescription prepared especially | O"CEOLA COUNTY STATE

Senator Bryan declared that the Washington I). C., Aug 14.-Representative rexas fever tick and "iforing the twoor or printed where its editor can read for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER. I, OP FLORIDA.-

power to make the order contained Clark ,s preparing a speechto three years following their transfer pauses not to inquire or to reason. It if Five or then six doses will Ionic break the Fever sny cise.will, and not In re ..:....e .. William. 9. Ch..4lrr.
the condition that the Interstate Commerce the taken si s Notice 1 I. hereby Riven to all whom
only constant and watch-
be delivered in the House behalfof care
m immediately opens its ever handy bottle return. It sell on the liver belle than It man concern. that on th. tth day of
Commission should first makean his resolution declaring for reaffirmation fulness of the forest officers preventedthe ( of venom, and proceeds to smear Calomel I sod d e.not gripe or tickeo. 25c January, A'.. D. 1814 I shall apply to-

Investigation to ascertain its prac- of the Monroe Doctrine, especially complete loss of the herd. it thickj on its editorial page. mild the. Honorable Court as T.Judge M .Murphy of Probst Judge for of

ticability; that the Commission has that part of it which declares. The animals were examined almost I It beats> a comedy reel at the movies, I my the final estate discharge of William as Administratorof 8. Chandler I

made no such investigation, and that against the colonization on the Western laily to determine whether they had and yet, it's pitiful to behold.-Albany -I di-crased. and that at the same time i
I Sprigg FlemingCLEANING will present to said Court my final accounts -
the order to discontinue distinctive become infested with Texas fever
Hemisphere of any other race or Herald.PINEAPPLE. as Administrator of said estate.untl .
stamps. will cause the department to color than white Mr. Clark believes : ticks and were placed in specially I ask for their approvaL 5,
1 l'at'd> June 13. A. D. l ll.I .
be unable to ascertain whether parcel in the preservation of North and designed cages and sprayed with I SYRUP-MAKING i I I W. W CHANDLER. 5'I

post i is profitable or not. South America to the Causasian race, crude oil at intervals of from 15 to PROVES GREAT SUCCESS II i PRESSING !I 24.1! mo c mo Administrator.

Bryan declared he had supported : that strife between white and alien 'iO days, but notwithstanding the extreme :- I NOTM OK ADMINISTRATOR

the present parcel post law in committee races is bound to come, and that we precautions which were adopted I :Frank, Spencer: of-Fort Lauderdale, DYEING sad For Kl'..l I>l.rhars...

and in Senate, and therefore I should ourselves as early as three of the animals died. Gradually REPAIRINGLeave IN <"01 liT OF (Ol'XTY JUDGK. sTAT
prepare the made the
i, says Progresso, asser- |
OF 1.OItIU'. OJU'KOLA COUNTY.
helped create a competitor of the rail- however the enclosures in which (I
I possible. I I tion that he could make fine syrup i i i I. re i.l le of (.eorse II. liter. ...*,_
roads, so that the charge cannot be I He also intends to make a speechon the buffalo were confined were freed from I i .d'
and
pineapples now seems to word ft house sort 'JoLt :Nolle.: Is hi n.by iclven to all whom
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made that he, Bryan, is actuated by his bill to the intermar- from fever ticks and there is a possibility -
prevent I that the ICth
have proved it. will be Cp |I/f'll) lor and returned u ruaointrii on day
any desire to prevent the parcel post of white and black races. and that as the buffalo adapted ."f I >.c.-mli-r. A I I' 191S. I shall apply
riage He has run his plant about two i.. th Honorable. M. Murphy. Judgeof
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system being a competitor of trans- the separation of white and black in themselves to their new environment Satisfaction Guaranteed said. Court. HB Judge of Probate. for
became less weeks, has used some six tons of I I 0l\ trial( discharge ss Administratrixof
portation companies. street cars and all other public conveyances they more or immune to I ,
the mate of cleorga 11. Ivey. deoeas-
'pines, has 400 gallons of and I
in the District of Columbia. the disease. No losses from Texas syrup > AA OOOOOOOOOO.o.OOOOOOOOO 1,000 gallons of vinegar on hand, I to said Court my final account.
: fever have occurred for several NO'IIII: i is .IH.II.-"II'
4 This bill is now before the District of years a 1 Administratrix! of said estate. Slid
and the herd has almost which he claims are worth $800, all' . uBk for their approval
< THE NEW PENSION LAW00 Columbia Committee, and he believes quadrupledin IVI'IIK: (01 II I III.'I IIK: .ltl NilJl
DELLA IVEY.
\ of which cost him only $300 and that ... I ,
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number since it was established.The I KI \. I i.7-lmotmo Administratrix.
+ that if he it reported out of ptl
can get
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<>'"< KOl.t: I 01 Nil.In ,
by than if he
a more expensive way
fact that the herd has not increased I
the committee the House will '
.O"OOOOOOOo--oOOOO pass onmit I'-OH IM ui.ifATlONIN <
I is due had a proper plant and one that would re i:..... of Mil'ION C. < I,4IIH
more rapidly largelyto
of the State the bill. I la all < redltor. l.maleeii. l>l...Irlhu.1 '
t\ R. A. Gray secretary UK CUM I iltIttIti' OF THE 7TB
handle twenty or more tons of .. .
half the preponderance of male calves. pinesa I ter. .1 .11 .r..u.* ....1... S ...
L: Board of Pensions has sent out the Mr. Clark would take no measure day. or DeM.BilM ....1.... amId 12.1.1.i f Jl IMtlAI C IIK I IT OF FLORIDA.IN .
This characteristic of the buffalo is
: :following information regarding the with regard to the Monroe Doc You and eiti.h i.f ..u ar. h. ,.. I"> notified ,, 4M> KMt O"OI.A COLN-
trine. He favors a protectorate by so profound in all of the herds now In addition to the syrup and vinegar iiml r.guli.il I t... pi.Mrit, t in\ T\ |.1\: ('IIANCKHV.M. .
pension law passed at the recent session and'crowns lalmB and ili-manilB, wlil, Ilth'r )jou. or -
in captivity that a cow is considered he has pulp on hand .. .
this the republics of or \nu. h.i\ I '. .
of the country over rnav iiKuiMut thiRtatii.fMllti.il 4. \\ HINNI> \\ I) EDWARDS. ..
legislature. twice valuable bull. that would be worth $300or ho : ,, A Clark ,l... .am-il. lat' -
South and Central America, and would as as a more .._pl........
t 1. The new law went into effect of UBcei.la Count\ Florida to Ih.\|
compel them to preserve order within I claims, if he had proper machinery: to undi-rBlKin Kxi-iutilx ..r aol ..,tittn' *- j S 5.TIti'.tCC.
July 1st. The first pension under the "A PITIFUL] EXHIBITION"Who handle his refuse. within \iarKfri.intli.".' .Iat.. I,,'r. .of I
new law will be payable October 1, their boundaries or proceed at once I 1Ial..dUII l I'.ih. X l I' ItM I| ". P4I.MKR. mmm .11 ....._
to intervene. He believes that this :From the above showing he asserts \I.\I1' c CI. MtK; i I rl.I_... .. I....-,... .mmmtr Cbs awls)
1913, for the quarter ending September 3S-m 1'I/: II\ I| '...._ .
I \V. l els country should.give warning to Mexico can say that Wilson and Clark that the right kind of a plant to --- er r v i
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30. all aSSes ... ....
rlslaslBsj I.t.
that she preserve order and pro- and Underwood; Houston, Burleson properly and fully take care of twen- NOTH i:. p.r. mm
2. Residence theca .
Requirements-In I. Ike sirvatenr I. tails Bill deewrlsweVItrtrmtmmtm.
) : e of soldiers 10 years, and widows tect all foreigners, and if Mexico failsto McAdoo and McReynolds; Justices ty tons of pines a day would easily :.N01 toe .. the. .1.mi :..,..r..r Kl..ln_er I .

8 continuous residence in the comply we should intervene seize White and Lamar, Senators Bacon, : make a profit of $2,000 a day, even allowing ( 1(7. "" ..rld.. It appearing. by Affidavit appended

.r4 years Smith, Bryan Williams and Simmons the be much less than .. In the Mill of Complaint filed In aboveHtated -
her largest cities, collect her rev profit to The Clt ) Council will mi .1 t 111 TUIB
date of that Thomas W.
state prior to filing aplication. cause Palm.r
day. September 2nd. Iftl3. fur the! -
3. Date of marriage of widows enue, and pay the expense of our and scores of others are not worthyef he has figured it. of reviewing and equalizing I purpose thf I, Is a non-reildent 0 fthe Stats of Florida -
L : : i whose residence Is unknown. sjod
the best traditions of the old valuations 1 on Heal Estate and 1'ersonalProperty
t This requirement has been left out entirely army out of them, hold a presidential With a suitable cold storage plantin as fixed: by the Tax Assessor that there are other persons Interests
but widows election and see to it that peace and South?-The 'High School Quarterly connection with such a factory the of Klsslmmee City for the year J513. In the property described In tbe Bill of
drawing pension
; This mth day of .August. 1KIS Complaint filed In this cause and that
who marry will be barred from draw quiet is maintained. For these reasons (Athens, Ga.) entire pineapple crop of this section J. K. JIUJKItT the,names of such other persons so Interested -

"i ing. he is. also in favors of buildingup In what way is Mr. Bryan "worthyof could be held until wanted for use. 8B-2t City Cerk. and are that unknown relict Is.to prayed the Complainants In tb.-

4. Property qualifications.-Same our navy, and believes if it is large the best traditions of the old south." A factory such as suggested would NOTICE TO CREDITOR said unknown Dill defendants.IT of Complaint. s\v"'lnst such

as before; $5,000 including property enough all talk of war with Japan or even of the rather uncertain traditions furnish employment to quite a number I IS! THEHKFOHE:: ORDERED that
IM: CO4; HT OK FIlE COI NTt Jl ..
IX.NTATK : Thomas \V Palmer and all .
t of wife, if wife: has not deserted hus- would immediately cease. of the new ? He was born in of men and women and furnisha < OF KI.OHIH n n Interest under the p"r.on.,1..lrnl"I" said

band. Illinois and resided there until he home market for all the pineaple I' Slat"' KOLA< ( Ol !VI'l. TIna M Calmer, or otherwise and
NEW LIGHT ON PATRICK HENRY oil) i.thir |..THUMB claiming an Interestin
6. Home Guards.-Those who serv- reached the age of twenty-seven, then crop, for even the largest kind of a I. re Estate of !H4.MIKI. J. "IOI'II: !!, tin. f.jlIi.wtriK described property,
After the capture of Richmond a renoved to Lincoln Neb. which has I eeea.edTo I Kttiinti. I In, t tin' "County of Osceola. and
ed in Home Guards of this state, or crop could be taken care of by run- .. all Creditor., l.rfmlrr. m.trlliulee.mmi Slut',' of. Florida to-wit
in that
of tourists
their widows, will not be barred if the party English were I, been his home ever since. Moreover, ning the factory day and night and mil IVriM .. havlss: ,.- I 'Tin :.Vdrtlii.aat quarter of Section I, '1 1i
city, chaperoned by an old darkey, according he has shown like I _..d. ...1... amid .:....el '' i In T..W. ....hl..p 26 Han KB 2S K&st: ,
never anything
proof of service comes within the law. I the prices paid for pines would prob- do itppiur, tn I Complainants' Bill of
to the Philadelphia Public I You. and .ach of you. are hi-n l I.noti- -
It does not include those who servedin marked friendship for the South or ably be as high or higher than the I fled and required to preni-nt anilttlmB S ""I.I..t| herein nied. on or before the

the Home Guards of other states. I Ledger. I the southern people and occasionallyin growers could get by shipping themto and demands 'which > ou or. ..It! )h. r of Hiil.-,I! tin|I'I..uIn' 3iil.I i. ilaof Ni.vimlier.. November A. D, 111.else thesiihl town -
>'ou. m11" "' aKalnut: I t tin I i&latiof! \
"What is that ? said I' ,
6. Back pay.-No provision for : building one former years even exhibited some Northern markets. The price paid ,j Samui-1 J. Souders. d.in,1. luti\ ofOsceola I lull will| I" taken as confessed.
r of the gentlemen to him."Dat's Count} Flnrlda to the unil.r-, IT I lI.i llllTHKIl DHI>KHKD that
back pay is allowed. Those who will I measure of hostility as when he refused here of course, would be raised moreor I BlKned Kxecutriv\ of ..ald. .HtatiHllliln. I llus I 0'"|, r In published once a week
I a 'bacco warehouse" said the to vote for of Georkia in two vearR. from the ilati' /.r..r. fin I IKM| > < 12i I oonsiTutlveeeks In
be able to draw .under the new law old Crisp, less on the prices paid the North. : Dated July 3lBt. A I I. isii: I tin I l' teat lininii, Valley I Cusette. a news-
who could not under the old law_ will man. for speaker of the house on the ground A stock is now being !MRS HAMIi! : SOl'liBHS: .I imp. r .i.ul.liHhi-i' il! in said Osceola County
company orI I
And then in the directionof .r Kern rul) ilrrulatlnn In said County.
looking I n. F KR!BuS, Kxi-rutrlx
draw only from the date they file ap I that he was an ex-Confederate sold.r. ganized with $10,000 capital, shares!! Attorney 33."t \\ ITNI'28$ Join a W. Perkins Judge
a high hill, Church Hill, as it is ,.r fald. I circuit Court, and ..
plication-If it is necessary for them I This must be an error that through . my name
called in Richmond the I I $25 each, to build and equip a factory cl.tk tin" r, .if. arid the official seal of
to file a new application. touring party some oversight escaped correction at as mentioned in this article, the capa- !NOIICK 10 I .nvl't ISIS, Kiilil;:: Ci.uit.. this! 30th day of July. A. D.
church the :
at
7. Increase in Pay.-The following. spied a top. the hands of the editor.-Macon Tele- I cfty of it to be at least twenty tons 1.: alt! I J I. OVERSTREET.
"And what is that building? Is IN ( UIIIT OK ill l': < 01: VII .Jt..I':
; are the only increases allowed. How chrk 1 of Circuit Court.
graph. per day. It would be a good idea if M\II: OK .'I. !
that tobacco
a warehouse also ? .. .I l:<>I.A< f Ol VI \ .
ever worthy or needy the applicant I There's a savory morsel for you! I every grower of pines would help b''l'' "nor for Complainants.
"Oh no, sah. Dat's de church whar i ::1 i u J lit.
will)} have to come under the provisionsof It could have : this project along by taking stock in |
i Patrick Henry made de speech, 'Give I appeared on just one In re Kiitate of I.i\VIS II. t OIKKlN.To .
the law, as the Board Pensions edjtorial page in Georgia. Had we I this factory, for it would also, when .11 ('...dl...... l.mmtrrm. Itliitrlbiiteerasnu. .. ," I II.: KOK 1'1 III.K-ATION'< : .
me liberty or give me death mid .... ,.....
I all ,.
has no authority to grant an increase and basIng S'laIm or Iq.-
'fore Gawd dey done him both." been blindfolded and backed up in' once in running order help him by ,. ....1... said Estate I'-li.rSni.si. i.f |be Interior. I'. H. LSBl .

except as follows: give i, stygian darkness, we could have given furnishing a home market for all of You and 'a( .u ar,. ijti- >flle nl tiiltiKI l.5IqsIiie, Florida.
I' Soldiers heretofore drawing $100 credit I his frujt- n.'ti a;)d r ';U I:: .; rl t. : s'i,i':a ii,\I0 I Is: ;I n a I :I. 11113.'i
it without moment'shesitation.
"GTLF TO ATLANTIC LINE"Write proper a ,
4 will receive I and. d'rnnntlg which you or Ith.! r or \ 1 '' I v l b'> ii l In It''n that Irving
$120.
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per year
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Such a factory would also be a .u, iris' hay ItKIII"8t it.. 'Mt..I''. .r I ...illn.t. ",f KiMKirnmee, Florida. who
For disability to earn a )livelihoodRUBMYTISM L.I I 18, II Cl1hoon. d""I1"j lat,. lit 5s ".u |I" 'u. ,'" l 1v 1''11. made Homentead
I _ or wire :Menge Bros., Fort I The Macon Telegraph has made itself j benefit to the city and the county . eta (2ouot Florida. to U... uII.It'rHIKII..d I I.nt: ,, i iSn s, ,., ) S. (10533. for WH NE'"4

-- - Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule I' the laughing stock of the state by' and, if any uch; profits as shown can two yura t-'rulrlx: from Ih.of. ..ald.dat.her StiLt.-, (,f With!" : ."< i tl:".,>n ""..liill.iiiaHHi-e')r<." "'.hll'| Mi-rtdlan.24 South.has R&nfreIBI filed

of steamers Suwanee and Corona just such puerile sallies a.s the above. I be made, it will be one of the biggest l'nO d July 301h. A i.i B13. nut I nI "f in', nili.M tu make Commuta-
:''ollIS S A <:('II'S i I !n.nI.U.I, )l'.i.r.
plying between Fort Myers and Fort The Macon paper's stubborn refusalto divident payers in Florida.-St. Lucie O K KRIIilJS, 1:21: (.utrlx I ] ."1.'." 'id i in HI.Rtabllsh rllit-d! before claim Clerk to the ofc

Will cure your Rheumatism Lauderdale ,via the famous M-e any possibility of good in the I Tribune. Attorney. SS-gt i I tl.I... ( !limit, i .niirt.! at Klaslmmee. Fieri
Calosahat-I l.t.i. "II t Hi.I I nth, ,i.t of
Neuralgia: Headaches, Cramps chee. Lake Okeechobee \' Wilson administration! in general and I I 'I Ii,,,>io., ',I namiH' )IIB witnesses Si-ptember.: 181J. ,

Colic, Sprains. Bruises Cuts and I!, l Drainage Canals. The most wonderful I its! daily balking at the heels of William -I Take an idle hour or two one of I| If the sheep are cuarti-ri-d| in buildings I .1\ .J I. '.:\:.',"11i"I". 'H. .of nf XltaImm-p. Florida. I

Burns, Old Sores Stfngs;: of Insects scenery in America. Wild bird I II j I J. Bryan in particular, have led I these days and dig the borers out of I that are not amply ventilated I..I; ,//II':',", Hri.nKoii. of KIsBlmmee Orange, FlorIda.,Center,

Etc. Antiseptic( Anodynl', used internally -I and game life in profu ion. Seminole it into a chronic case of the "sillies"of i the young orchard trees. They aqonI you wilj)! t find that the combined, heat I All..it), t I i:, il. i.f. Orange Center Flor-

; and externally. Price 25c. Indians and alligators. 34-tf which the Ringville. Bugle would be I I cut the life out of them. : will tau<-e their wool to slip. I I iilu
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IT, AUGUST 22,. 1913., THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE q
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O'Jtc Proceedings :of SHEEP USED TO ,


d .crlb.d lands, or ma much th r onecessary
Ito- h.r.by gfv n that the eoUowlnr

d5 oeeth.r be I. with to coat pay of the such amount.al. and due for adrtlalnT'taxes herein will set b.opposite void at public to tb0. t the City Connell TRAP SPOTTED i.f'; .

i on the flr-t day of September. A. D. .U1I. at the City Ball at KUalmm. Summer 4' I.
oeola County State of Florida. '

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Tax J. The Council FEVER TiCk
3E8CHIPTION OF LAND OWNER CostS.I met h regular: .r adjourned -

-... '4 .. -- session, the.e.belng: present'-J. R .- .t 1.1'.- .
..ltl._ Thompson --,'''''' 1'J. 1'-----
president ' '''
of Block 11 W Of A C. ; T. M. tRlvei '' '
8 E cor. ,
N SO ft W JOG ft. B 10 G. H.'Prather .. ? 'f"',#" ." ....' L
|y.100. runs ft. ____._________.___...___ Leonard F .___:;_-_-____-_.___ J. E. Rush, P. A. Van GOVERNMENT SURGEON .DlES; "
ft. N of BE cor. of Block 11 W .. .. .. Agnew, city attorney, and J. R. Gil. ;: :Ji .l( r .
N0 _tU.VT.JOO i + i r
1..' It run .
.c.- ) .. ert"slerk.
60 ft. H 100 ft. .-__............. 'Wa4d.l1.-W-D.-i.; ___....... J.II .
.. t.. Ad-U ira The chairman asked for Bargains.( .
'. nomination -- 1-
D.
block- "O" ..?_____..___......_ Fife; Warr.n -._-.._________. 10.81 to be FROM SPOTTED FEVER CONTRACTED r----
....I....... Addltl.- presented for election of new ''
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10 ft oft N -Id. Lot 4, Block 1 Hyatt, C. L. ___----__ I.U to fill DURING HIS STUDY
nA I and Block C ._.... Howard Walter .-_-..___.____ IS.II councilman vacancy caused 1 by; "' ,
U 6 .... Mention, Amanda ._.____._-._ IS.II death df L. H. Cohoon whereupon .' OF THE DISEASE AND ITS
Block ? -- ------- ;

, Block.J. and 11 I.-.block___,-1. ._1.-._____-,._._ GauldenLUsur)_' .._........._....-.._....-. S lid<.41Hesslnc. G. H. rather placed in nominati CONTROL. 278 acres of land less than a mile and a half.from railway I ;

, .. c.'.. ..... ._ C; E. Y/well, there being no furthe junction and about two mile from a good town. Farm locatedon

I v and. ___a__strip______TH____feet____wide______off____of_ Fred ----------- .1.11 nomina IOns, Mr. Yowell was unanimously The free of a well traveled 'road. Has about two acres bearing grove of h
I .... .. ... OS elected grazing 2,500 head of and six i
W. to fill of
vacancy as stat- orange acre young grapefruit tree coming on nicely,
I t. I*. I._C._.'-6.kdl.w.-.t _______ Waring- R. D. __________________ 1.71 ed. sheep upon the Bitterroot national also three acre more ready to put out to orange and tangerine t

1 and 1!_ _____________________ Farmer !_. j- ------------------ SOI The forest, in the state of Montana, has next December. '* '
6-room house and
I .. McDonald Fred -----......----- 7.01 following resolutions of reaper been torebuilding on corner of farm;
I O.---.1.---II---and- .1---_--__--_-_-__--_-__--_-__-_--_-_ Porter. Nathan __________________ 1.1 were presented by a committee authorized by the secretary'of school two hundred yadrt and church quarter mile from houtc.
__._..... ......... ..11 prvioisly -
[84 and IB ______________________ French Rosa agriculture: as part of a novel experiment -
appointed and Six houses in less than half mile from this place. Cheap $30
i, I .rharr'BdlvlJon of *.t Dflr. unanimous a at
I in the
!_. I. Ce.'. 8.rr.yiNE ________ 1. adopted: trapping deadly'spott.edfever ; per acre; easy payment plan; excellent place for itore and -
6 __ _______________ Williams, Sam __ 01 I tick. The forest service and growing
I. C...ti.ner-, Resolutions of a fine commercial grove also good cattle place.
Respect. the
V. L. public health
Dibble. ---- ------------- 11:41 service are working
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f 1 ft.cor N t-L 119; ft.tir E 110* ft.6 US___on ft. Tlner S A. ____________________ 1.96 Whereas, the Lord and giver of life: together in cooperation with local CHEAP SMALL FARM

beg. NW cor runs 8 Sit ft. hath in His own good time and for His I sheep growers in this new .. 10 less than mile from limit of '
campaigi acre two Kitsimriie. 8
___ city ;
______ _
.; ft. N 316 ft. W U7% ft. Dibble V. L. _________ SI 61
cor Lot 80 run 8 41 ?t. W n 111 I own good purposed, summoned! from I It is the general belief of the leading acres fenced. 5 acre cleared house two room, deep well of soft '
_____._.__._________ 7.XI life t
El 111 ft Green Q. R. temporal to life eternal who medical
iNE 8 ft.of NB cor.----L t--80--,-runa---- has one I authorities that the mysterious water stable chicken house good land only $630. Time on $250)
I been
fellow
W 115 ft N126ft.E195ft: our citizen and ass- I and frequently fatal disease if desired.
y B 119 ft Green Q R. ____________________ 1271 ciate throughout the
and
of N--------------------!: year, commonly known as spotted fever i is SMALL SUBURBAN FARM

' I ft. W 8 SIS ft. N 40 ft. .B! 111 ft__ Muse Liasy ?_________1_________ S.tlMiles Whereas we are deeply appreciative I spread by the tick Dermacentor an- Five acres less than a mile from town 4-room house I
E. E. ____________________ ..1.60i ( quarter ;
. 1 l----------------------- of the benefit and the strength dersoni, which, in parts of the Bitterroot good well soft water chicken house; owner lives in Cleveland. Ohio.
t: ; E SIS ft. N Stl ft _ Hansell W. T. __________________ 11.11! that this now departed friend and I forest b
-- --- coworker in such abundancethat $850.
r.s ____________ Wallace J. 8. __-__________ 16.01 occurs
I -'AadltN.- has been to the city in which it constitutes a real menace to CATTLE FARM
rt Bs ____ ____________________ IS.61Consdell.
"M L" __________ ___ Small Mary he has lived
,kof-f Block BWi Of Block "P t," -____._. Bllaa _________________ 161 and labored, and I man and beast. Surgeon McClintic We have the finest cattle proposition in Florida to run about

fof Block "VU' __________________ Bass. Charles __________________ 1601 Whereas, we feel a sincere sorrow of the public health service died last 300 head of cattle excellent plenty water fine hammock timber
8WV, of Block "VL" ______ Savage J. W. __________________ 17.SI gras. -
|except of Block rJ ______________________ McGee Mary W. ________________ S9.015 that he will be no more among ito year of spotted fever contracted dur everything convenient for running a car load of full bloods,
Block 7 _______ Messner A. J. __________________ .1..1! hold .
of 1,Lot.8. and 4 and I. 6, Block nu S _n_______ Calkins R. D. __________________ 10.81& us by the solidity of his friendship < ing his study of the disease and its and grow grade in larger paiture. Want to nil half interest in ,
p4 | Block tlS Fisher, M E ------ IS 41Mlnx.Mrs and to guide us by the 8ajlacityof control. this lots of excellent land and
2, ; place good
and place farming
1 Block 11 :::::::::::::: : C. A. Est :::::::::::: 8,96: ( grove on -

I. 4 and and 4 K, Block E ______________ Addis, Welford _________________ 1'.81( his counsel and The plan proposed contemplates the land. Full particulars to interested parties.

r [except Block a N strip.___85_n ft___wide_____oft____8__end___ HoKan, Hattie li ______________ 1'.71rt Whereas we as councilmen of the grazing of two bands of sheep upon' -
sad Addlll.- city of KiSKimmee realize that we and the parts of the forest where the tickis NELSON REALTY COMPANY

r I _Bsw_ ________ ________________ Robinson. Fred __________________ 4.IIOoneKan & the city have suffered real and abundant ,
J I ___-___________n____________-___ A K n____._______.... 240 a permanent i most with the idea that Back of State Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. '
'4 -rip I 64"ft. wide ort N 1 side of Lot 6__ fcmlth. Jim ____________._________ 4.SI loss through the passing of: large numbers of the ticks will attach ;{

f |Ith 7. Hl Block.rl--i 7 R.___R.___l:_*_._'.__8.0"I u'___________ licks M. J. --______-___________ 11.65 I, our beloved and esteemed colleague. themselves the sheep Then, as
moat Easterly cor. of Lot 7, therefore be it occasion requires the sheep will be re
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loch 10 run. 8 41 deg W 60 ft. NIt
degr W to Stewart Ave.. thence N Revolted that the City Council of freed from the ticks by being dipped C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN, S.cr >tary. ,
lion*; laid Ave. to most Northerly corEf Kissimmee in regular in insecticide solution
tS.71 session assembled an which will
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Co.
Nelson Realty
Lot 7. then S 47 6tf. E! to be*; .
Nelson L. H tt 01Iancaster do officially and make kill the ticks without in injuring .
T. Block 14 -- ::::::::::: 76:II express any way
6. 6 and 7. i 'kl6": J. A. The Waters & Carson
A-dltloK known our I sorrow for the misfortur the sheep. :

4, I Bo-wrU'sj____ ____ ___ __ _u_u -___--___--- "Farmer L. RWarlim. _______________u_ 26.4C which has tome to and the of The engorging of the female tick '
_______ _____ 22(6 us city /: {Ai
10. 11 and 22 __ ______ ____________ H D ___ ? u .
f, r 16 __________n__________________ Jones. L J. ____________________ 1606 Kissimmee through the death of L. H. with blood ill one of the essential functions -

.Breese.6trmr _____- -- ___--___ ____________ Sharon. E. J ___________n______ 1.7C Cohoon and be it further resolved. of reproduction and this gorg- Grocery Company .-
f 11'\ral! Ad-ltloB that these resolutions be spread ing must of necessity take place
Block "Ji' __ _ __ ______ VNarlnK. M. K __________uu 19.41>> upon upon
", >9>8., Block D _________-__u n___________ Powell. Annie _________uu__ 1.76 our minutes, and that a copy of our I the larger mammals which serve as!

il A.14 Ma of 9> IE expressions be engrossed and presented j hosts to the tick The U. S. biological! Wholesale and R etail Dealer I.GROCERIES. x r
M1 at NW cor. of Lot 1 Block "8" run to the bereaved widow of our survey has reached the conclusionthat
____ E. W. ___ ___ 8.8
ft. W 71 ft Harrelson
.4 ft E 7J ft. N U uuu
_bk*<... ftnb-lTl-I.B Mathvws .- late friend and also that they be printed I the great bulk of the fever ticks

I, Lts 411 IOB 1 and 2. Block B ________________ Farmer L. R. n________________ ..1& in each of the papers of Kissimmei. which become filled with blood get> ,
.. '. Ad-ltlo-i J. W. Thompson their supply while attached to domestic -
L rl
A. l' _________ _______ SOSNelson
O O I
F' I ft. off B side of W% of Lot 2. Block Rogers Q -- T. M. Rivers, stock, and that if the domestic .
tor. NB cor of Lot 1, Block N. runs N
.I IB 87.68 ft.V 14761 ft. N 17.118 ft. E J Emory Rush, animals are freed of ticks by dipping 04000000000000000 0000 000 .0.. 0.0.0
(14768 ftAfc _____________u____________ W. J. ____u____________ 1666 0 .
of Lot 1. Block O _______________- Dibble. C. F ___-v-----, 1086Nelson. G. H. Prather, by spraying or by some other effec- 0 + I .t

y lit rmd 4N of by A...1. C.McPhattpr L R. R. except-.. _____lands_____ A. a __________________ 11.16 J. R. Gilbert, Clerk. tive method of treatment, the chances 0 0 HAY WE SELL: 4 0 .0 WE BUY: .. ;

.._*NK) cor of Lot 1. Block 8 runs _8_ W. F. _____ ___________ 24 16 of the infection of human beings will 0 HIDES, .
111 ft. W 674 ft. N US ft. E 67H. ftJK Parker u Communication received from A. C. be vastly reduced Of the different 0 GRAIN, e .
Block 8 runs B 118
fit. NW E >90> cor ft. Lot N 111 S.- ft. W 10 ft.Ot _n___ Parker. A. M. ___u_____________ S 66 L. R. R. Co., calling Council's attention domestic animals the sheep is the 0 FURS, 4 ty;
_________ ,_____.___ 966 0 :
S. Block S _____________ .1 Parker Anna May ---- to report required as to purity of most readily handled and the easiestto 0 FERTILIZERS, .
11..1.1.BBl
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[ .rk> T sad V .rV.. A. fatrlek' water and ice furnished R. R Co. O dip or treat, hence the selection of 0 4 WOOL,
SHINGLES tt
|Dt A-l 8 and ltl.>B E'->io of Lot 7 ________________ Dibble V. L. uuu_________ 65 motion name was referred to water sheep for use in the experiml'nt.oOOtOtOOoOtOOo 0 0 1 1e.
ABUWWIiMlvt4i .. Bl..-k8.. e and committee .
light 1 ORANGE BOXES. 4 AND

|ote..-(Ie and..1 W.T .-A..__Putrtrk._==-____'..-Addltl.-__________ WaringR... D. __________________ 11.0& On motion it was so ordered that o . 0 0 '
V. A. l'.trl. .'- A..4KIt ._- ORANGE WRAPS, ALL .
wide off of 8 the Clerk write the A. C. L R R. C< 0 L
1, less a strip 11 to _ft___:_____________ Nelson L. H. __________________ 1606 4 WHY BOYS LEAVE SCHOOL 0 .0 4
Block
l-lde ots 1 and In 2. Block 11 ._u.u_____ Dibble. J. C. ____--_____--____.__ 1946 to remove tool house on Drury avenue< 0 -> 0 VEGETABLE] CRATES 0 COUNTRY .

ot. C.1 _Bs__._*_.__A-MMIen______________________ Neff M. C. ______________________ S.OS the same being an obstruction to taid O oOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO a CRATE NAILS, .. PRODUCE. ..

!_ l..l7e ...ald._ Hicks M. J. ............___ i-___ SOS avenue At least half of the boys the country + .
ota t I u""iiriri siiiiiii..i.-Ziii.i Donegan A. B. ................ S.46Donegran On motion it was so ordered .tha oVer leave school as soon as the law <40 00000 00 4000 40 . 000 .... ........ .. :
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ots nand SO ...................... A. K. _.............._-. 1.7S the chairman of the street committee t f
....._._... 16- .OtFanslar. allows 'which usually at fourteen
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ota SI, It and 14 ..-.-..*.....-_. Donegan, A. H. U --
:J' .__.__. __.. _ M. K. -_---........ ::: SOS have Tohopekaliga street opened uj. W sell Held and seed of all Idada.' ; ,
--- small garden
ot ---- -- of But only a : ,
_..... S.67 age. per
.. .._ years
tIll and .0 ______________________ Donegan, A. B. ._.... and .
A..ltl._ The matter of irregularities reported leave through'any real We give special attention to fitting elll hunting camplnc parties. .;:\
ots W.4.Lilly's 6 and 4. Block 1 __________.___ O'Neal. Henry ______________u__ XI86 as to width of Emmett and Mab centage pressure Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12.
______________ 6.00 from their That is the
parents. ,
ots 8. 4 and -. Block 4 __nunu Donegan. A. E. n We are county agents for good fertiliser. .Aelr... ft r drcJauil s

A...C.Block.....'.All Ad.ltlBot _______-_--__- ______-- Bryant, 1{. F. ________________n lists to aette the streets city attorney, was on for motion attention referred great majority of parents worship prices on fertiliser !fir'
1 education se'and are willing to
-'ls--r Ul-- ______________ __ 201 per - --
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_. ___ _____ Farmer. L R. u
ots 48. 49>> and: 60 -- -- -- The matter in error of paving certificate make whatever sacrifice is necessaryto -t- I I I 11 HI I I I I 11 i 11 11

|eliBtSt. P.rIL- _____________ ____________ 1.49l >> I
ot 6, Block 4ots ________ __ Ashton. Rudolph u 8.67 againit Moon property 01Urack continue their children in school C. A. CARSON 1. A. CRANPORD.Vle.Prw.lmt.. 8. U LUPriK.Scriair.

1 Block and S,11 Block___ 8-----________ Alvey.>onegan E.Cattle J. _un Co. _-----------r--_____________ 2.01t street was referred to city attorney I is the conclusion of the American Ma- Pr-.Ul.nt f
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ot S, Block 11 __ _: ____ Alvey. C. L. __________________ 201 for 'investigation
ots I and 10. Block 12ot ___uunu____ Nelson A. 8 ___ _nn__________ 3.7 eh inest.
8. Block 11 ________ __ hicks M. J. ___._______n_______ 2 40 The Clerk was ordered to issue warrant other hand the of
ot I. Block 14 _--__ ____--___-_-..--_ !Parker Mattle _________________ 2.14 due for paving On the majority
K. li......'. .....1..1...- of \VV of9E to cover amount ) : employers who have work to offer KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

% of HKV4 ..- l\oio of SIC, % of >_I-<1V4f certificates in favor of the Citizen which i is fit for these boys do not want i..
:ao
gee/let 18 Tp. ll-iBar
t ots etC R>> and% 10, Block 8ot uun______ Uonegan A. E ______00_..-_____ 8 06 Rank, also to issue! warrant for necessary !- hem until they are at least 1C years
y 10, Block 8 ._.___________________ U IA'.r. Mrs M A. __ --_______--_ 2.0 amount of loan to be credltl" to
+ ots 1. 2 and 10. Block 10 --____--____ VU""lan Cattle Co. __unu_ 5.41 old and many not until they are 18. 1
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