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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 29, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00609
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I KISSIMMEE IS THE BEST CITY IN THE, SOUTH IN WHICH TO MAKE YOUR HOME I 4


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.' WHY I DECIDED' I k KISSIMMEE'S HANDSOME HOMES. 11 ELEVEN''THOUSAND -1


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HEALTHFULNESS OF PEOPLE i. I SOLD TO A KANSAS BOOSTER

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AND EQUABLENESS OF TilE CLIMATE -
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WERE THE THINGS I !
:( J"* TRACTS AND PROVE TO PRO-
FOUND IN TillS MAGNIFICENT -
r SPECTIVE PURCHASERS
.t LITTLE CITY. t,
WHAT THE SOIL WILL
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PRODUCE.A .

)During the past four years many I

persons have moved into this section !
good many small sales have taken
North and West all .f "
from the nearly
place in these parts during the past ,1-
of whom are here still and are ourcity's mention'in t
have
few months that escaped
best boosters. Among this num- these columns, but when a deal Involving ';

ber is S. W. Thornton, who with his eleven thousand acres is pulled ,t.' ;'

wife first came to Kissimmee four off, it is a mite too big to let passunnoticed. I l'1'

:years ago from Nebraska to upend the I "

winter, returning to his western home M. G. Waring, of the firm of Edwards .

the next spring, only to be with us & Waring, Lakeland real es-

again when the snow began to fly. I tate dealers, was here Wednesdayand ,.'

But let him tell his story, as he toldit M I closed a deal for eleven thousand l I \

to the writer on Wednesday : I acres of land owned by this firm near :

"All of my life, and that meant a I Campbell, and lying about four miles ,

long time, for I have reached the fourscore ti. > '4 I west of this*city. The purchaser was J
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mile post, I spent on a farm be- E. E. Truskett of Caney, Kans., and .

fore coming here with the exceptionof I it is that gentleman's intention to at "

eight years, four of which was as a 1 once begin the work," of developing the t

soldier in the 8th Iowa Infantry dur- I tract. m ,

ing that lamentable Civil war, and the The manner in which this development W !

other four as a photographer, BO you I will be done is somewhat novel

see I can speak knowingly 'of the soil Residence of S. W. Thornton, on Verona Street. I for this section, but impresses us as JjN .

and what it can be made to produce, .-., ., . . .. - ., -_... a most feasible and sensible plan. J I';
and also I have had a very close acquaintanceship I Before any part of the tract it offered 1:
somewhere or somehow. In Nebraska elusion any other project they under-
with all kinds and for sale, several tracts of forty acres : ,
when it is hot it is hot anywhere at Opportunity in Sight to Get take, is fully vouched for by the Boardof ; !
varieties of weather."A each will be cleared and planted to ,1.1
time but here it is cool County Commissioners of Brevard I ,
I any always! and field :!
I to the citrus fruits, vegetables
few came conclusion -
years ago in the shade and< after sunset. ', county and the city council of Melbourne
share I Relief From Excessive Rates that when a is solicited -
that 1 had donated my : crops, so person
as well as the banks through
"Also I find that flowers and vines,
what the
the world and to purchase he can see i
to the labor of began which they do business. I IWhat.
in fact shrubbery and trees of
any and not be forced to
land produces,
looking around for a place to spend
this section '
future awaits
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kind, as much here in a as a
grow year take the word of the seller as to what
my remaining years in peace and quiet, 1'10C"'PRESS:' :' CO. WILL PROBABLY I j
they do in the North in five years. EXTEND ITS LINE OF RAILWAY and especially Narcoossee, no man
it will
a place where the climate was even, I produce. t
all know that the
in five months time I have vines TO LINE IS can estimate, but we '
Why, NARCOOSSEE ALREADY IN OPERATION I This plan will oertalnly be successful 1'
the flowers bloom the round and
year I only thing that has ever prevented '
\
all over porch and fence and flowers
the people congenial. In talking the my FROM MELBOURNE TO TWENTY-FIVE:' MILES IN- Osceola county from having at least as these days and times nearly
I all through the yard, when if I I I every man hails from Missouri whenhe
with brother he
matter over my I
thousand
had been in Nebraska it would have TO INTERIOR.In twenty-five population year is called on to separate himself
recommended l Florida as the place best I '
of
the absence competition
was '
taken me at least five years to make ago from money, but when he is brought ,
suited to my wants. I thought his advice in transportation lines. We all have .
such a garden, and then half the plants face to face with a growing; crop of
., : was good, and then began a search times past there have been rumors -| around for the most suitable point to a chance now to come Into our own.
4 I would have been in the cellar seven II III vegetables or a promising: young; citrus
to to.
for the place or town go 1
months each year. upon rumors of a railway being make that connection.The I grove, there is no room left to i
and decided to
heard of Kissimmee
here ; That "But there is another feature that bolded from some point on the east I .towns of Sanford, Orlando and C. II. FUNK HOME doubt, and we venture the assertionthat f
experiment
come as an I
I is connected with making life here one Narcoossee were shuffled in the deck, I II Mr. Truskett will experience no 4

was four yearn ago this fall. i continual pleasure and that is the coast to this city or Narcoossee! and I and all the merits and demerits of I II FROM SUMMER TRIPSAYS II trouble in getting rid' of every acre I' ry ryof
"You can imagine how 1 felt here few cf those
congeniality of the people. Before some rumors appearedto I each thoroughly gone over, with the I his purchase.This .

during that winter after spending the : coming here I had an idea that a have an exceedingly rosy hue* pon result that Narcoossee came out win- I I ---- I tract of eleven thousand acres

past thirty-eight years in Buffalo soldier of the North would not receive their face, but on looking under the ner, and was selected as the terminusand I: IN' FUTURE HE WILL MAKE adjoins. Edgewater, the estate recently t

county Nebraska. The weather here that friendly handclasp! of true Americanism cover they were found to be great big the place at which the shops HIS VISITS NORTH AT OTHER I' purchased by New York capitalists

was HO mild that myself and wife mis- bubbles blown would be located. and which is now being brought to
but I was awfully hot air by promoters THAN SUMMERTIME. .
out day, and I don't remember -
were every taken, for a more friendly, openhearted or land companies who couldn't builda The first and foremost reason of the highest state of cultivation.by ex-
of
the time when either us '
people never were created. The picket fence around a five-acre tract.. their selecting Narcoossee was thatit pert horticulturists.

:was the least uncomfortable. When people here, I am'glad to gay;look at But the one now before us appears was practically twenty miles nearerto C. II. Funk and family returned The section lying on the west shoreof

i spring came we returned north, with the man that's in you, not where you to be the real article, and the men the point to which the road is now Tuesday from a three-months' visitto the, lake has come Into prominence

'\1, the intention to remain, but when the were born or what's your ancestry. behind it appear' to be real railroad builded; and second because it gives their old, home at Jeromeville, Ohio, considerably during the past year, and

'snow began to fly our thoughts naturally The true spirit of friendship is every- builders and not hot air-professors.Some them direct connection with the Sugar although during that time Mr. Funk today there are dozens of small farms

turned to to the sunshiny dayswe of the C. L. made side to the principal citiesin that short while
where, and you: are regarded as a few years ago a company Belt, a feeder A. trips and groves a ago
experienced here the winter before, This road will the East Coast the West. I wild woodland. Especially has y\
good and honest man until you proveyourself headed by C. II. Clark, a New Orleans cross! was
so it took us but u day to pack and otherwise. That kind! of capitalist, built a big cypress mill at Extension of the F. E. C. at a point II Mr. Funk was a most pleasant callerat I the section around Campbell and along >'-.

start for Kisbimmcc. people are real Americans, and are Melbourne, on the east coast, and acquired about half way between this city and the Gazette office on Wednesday, the lake shore gained a reputation for 'A

"That winter was an mild and pleasant I the sine of this country so rapidly many thousands of acres of Whittier and run on a direct line to I and stated that he had a most delightful I I fruit and vegetables, as some of the *'.<'

as the one previous, and after : filling with the best class of people. land to the west of that city on which, Narcoossee, passing directly by or vjsit with his! old friends, but that best potatoes, tomatoes, lettuce and f,?

holding a family council, we decided "If up I wenasked I my opinion, I were millions of feet of cypress timber through the :New' Eden Plantation. the heat was just, about as near the I I celery that ever went north from Flor- t}

this was tho place to locate permanently : would that of all the places I To get/ this tinder to their mill I This road will settle the question that limit as it could possibly be and not ida l is grown there, and the same applies "
say
I so we bought a handsome little 'know of or have lived Kissinmiee is it wa' ncci-ssary\ to build a railroad. ''ha, lung agitated our people-that fry the marrow out of one's bones. to the oranges, grapefruit and

bungalow on Verona street, althoughwe the most pr..f..abh.-for here is healthas And then it! was that Ir. 'lnrk demonstrated of having direct! rail connection with "And right here and now," said he, tangerines. In fact a more contented .(! i1

did! not get possession until several perfectas this earth afford, his real business ability. lie the southern part of the county. "I will never again go to Ohio or any and prosperous people would be hard ''t ,t

months ago, the ponies living in climate near unsurpassed for evenness, tnld his associates' who are all men Those in charge of the preliminary other place, except Pike's Peak, in the to find than those living in the section /

it had a year's lease.: I u could want, of means, that it cost but little more ariangements looking to the buildingof / summertime. Why, there were nights' of this county in which this eleven tf

"Last.. October we returned hereafter a soil as productive as man real road1 than it did to this road have gone over the route this! !summer that I literally slept in thousand acres purchased by Mr. ',''I.,
and people kind, generous and hospitable to build a I I j)
a most uncomfortable summer a almost to a fault. What morl'do..s build a makeshift, and they are men and have. complete maps showing the a puddle of water for I would sweatso Trusket Us situated. y

spent in Nebraska, with all our goods sagacity to see and list of holders of property through that the bed clothes were as wet as '
of enough Business I k.A 'JJ
and chattels! and the intention to remain -, man want ? understand t the wisdom of his words.Therefore which the road will run, and so far though they had just come out of t.heI HEARD ON TilE STREET "

I here this summer even thoughwe I the road the Union Cypress none have I been found ho have declined I wash tub. And you know a man jest e

melted. To our pleasant surprise, ANOTHER SAW MILL1 Co.' is now operating from Melbourne to donate the right of way.Therefore can't"do a day's work unless he gets gentleman doing our state re- t
I rest. The wheat and : marked the other day that he had tv
both me and my wife can truthfullysay several miles this we can say that, a ray a good night's

that this I is The most pleasant FOR THIS COUNTY side. of to the a St.point John river is a real of sunshine has at last penetrated I corn crop through Ohio is pretty fair, seen more fine babies, more beautiful '
I but oats and hay are short, andI girls and more weeds on our lots
summer of our lives. There has not that dark cloud of extortionate freightrates : very

been a day that was too hot for me allroad.Hut the time came when -the owners we people( of this. section have I don't look for very prosperous timesin and streets than in any other Florida

to work in the open, and the nights are IMMENSE PINE:' FOKESTS this roiiii saw the necessity of extending I been forced to disgorge to the A. C" that section during the next year." city he had visited. >'
OUR of
'
in the fine babies adore
so deliciously cool that sleeping is that would! L. for lo these long and weary years. Mr Funk owns an extensive citrusgrove We glory '.
point
it to some
Al'TIUCTIAT1'E: ; :\- the deferred
/ and
both comfortable and peaceful. I ARK I with the great highways That Mr. Clark and associates are at Milliard's Island, and says our beautiful girls pass .
it "
can't account for it, and don't pretendto I TION FROM: MEN ALLOVER connect through this section of amply able financially to build this he has a tremendous crop of grape- i weed matter up to our City .'

I AMERICA.Osceola : that operate i to !successful! con- fruit, which means gold dollars, for : Dads for immediate action.
attempt to do so, but it is a mystery and they began/ casting road, or carry a '
where the breeze comes from the state ,- -- . -. --. -- ,, - that crop is short this season. : "By their fruits ye shall know them"do .;
b0. In taking his departure, Mr. Funk -- men gather grapes from thorns, '
that is.. always blowing here from I
county is soon to have another remarked : "You can print this state- or figs from thistles, or progress from

I saw null. Our timber lands continue I ment, for I mean every word of it; I weeds ?

4444400440444444444'O 4 I to attract as well as our fine Little Talk With the Man Who I would rather live ten years in Florida I I 444000000000000000
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< STANFORD NOT 4 'climate and orange: and truck lands than twenty years -in any other state 0 '

< A CANDIDATE 4 I that are being daily inspected by peo- Patronizes Mail Order House in the Uhion." I III 4 NOTICE r.
a
ple from all over the world. 4 0
I
4 0 To the Voters- of Osceloa County: -4> Mr. T. G. Griggs, of Ruby, S. C" :' -- II VALLEY GAZETTE CAUSEOF 4 Mayor Lilly\ Issues a Warning to '
in the city this wee and made don't feel a little bashfulabout let- THEIR COMING 4 Owners. *
4 In deference to those who supported was Now, really, friend, you Properly
4 successful candidacy 4 several trips over the county looking i the other fellow know you sent jour money 4 0
my ting -
> F. M. Beals and wife ofr West Pul-
i 1IIa into the proposition flf purchasing 4 Owners, agents and occupants O
r O for the office of Representat.ivein timber lands here. out of town? man, III., reached Kissimmee Sunday, 4 warned to have cut 0 ,
hereby
4 the Legislature from Osceola I It is Mr. Griggs' intention to move I' Doesn't that pair and left by the steamer Tuesday for 4 and removed all excessive growth 4 ;

4 and the duty I owe to the his saw mill business from Ruby, I cause you to use many ugly words? : Bassenger, near which place they owna I 4 of weeds and grass upon and adjoining O

O voters generally of this county, Osceola county, I ashamed when a friend asks you I handsome piece of property. Mr. O
I South Carolina, to feel a little I 4 the premises owned, occupied 1
Don't
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0 I think it is encumbent me you I
upon and at once begin the cutting of timber that mail-order suit of clothes? heals stated that reading the Valley I. or controlled by them and 4 '1I.
4 to at this time make the announcement 0 where you got '
for the market.J. him - and Gazette was the cause of his coming especially that portion abutting 0 ,
be 0 times in five tell a say you '
0 that I will not a four
D. Clark and H. M. Breaker sold And don't you here a year ago and purchasing prop- I. the sidewalks. Neglect of O ,,;
0 candidate for the office of Representative 4 so's down the street? upon .4
of and and that several families 0 ,
it at more
Mr. Griggs a section and one-half got so erty, this notice will incur the penal-
0 at the primaries to be sleep more comfortable, eat heart- would be here this fall from the same 0 %
timber lands from the Drew-Miller Don't think you'd ties prescribed by the ordinance i
O held in the coming spring. To < you round if you'd kept that He said the commissioners I. O
tract: in the county Wednesday, and ier and feel better all the way reason. in such case made and provided.
ad
O my friends I take this opportun- immediately after the deeds were made home? did a most wise thing when they renewed Respectfully, 0 i

0 ity to express my most earnest to his home to money at and how the county's subscription to the JAMES W. LILLY 4
I Mr. Griggs returned would, just try it, see I.
0 thanks and appreciation for their the moving of his mill to his If you don't believe you I Valley Gazette, but that they should I 4 I Mayor. 0 s tiO

4 loyal support. 4O I arrange lie anticipates having you have been deceived. have made it six thousand instead of 9t
new holdings. I
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) f :' .Bo.oks to, lie Used in ,the IS, EUROPE, OR' kind wide.of It home is reaching in 'this' every.state class and it and ia '


b' ": Kissimmee Public Schools ASIA SEEKING encouraging: every young man who .
: has a desire 'to be educated to attend TH.E ,

; ? here. From the cot and the hovel,

t -- Tfl COLONIZEANY from the middle man's home and from ill
: I>' +- 'First= ci' da Eighth Grade; -j.j- the mallsion"and. palace come boys!! .
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,.. : Wheeler's Primer (not to be used Carpenter's Geographical Readers; to this institution.' Here all labor together fT ArthurDonegan--

t '\. at beginning of term); Wheeler's Payne's Common Words Commonly PART OF THiS HEMISPHERE on the same common toils and :

> Reader (to be. used latter part of Misspelled; Hyde's English, No. 11, under the same conditions, and become i
f- ""' - - - _. ., ...... the same' ambitions
1 year.) completed] ;' Milne's-Progressive-Arithmetic - :-- men together;, have! ,

Second Grade.. No. III, completed; Frye's Ad- ASKED IN and hopes and go out from these -

Wheeler's. First Reader, completed; vanced Geography, thoroughly reviewed IS THE QUESTION doors well fitted to become leading

\ Graded Classics, Book I, (latter part ; "Our" Republic" U. S: History, RESOLUTION INTRODUCEDIN citizens in every walk of life. Every

.of year) ; New Century Spelling Book completed; ((4 mo.) Brevard & Ben- CONGRESS BY FRANK occupation, every-profession and every :

_ { (Part 1)) latter part of year. nett's History -of Flarida ((4 mo.); CLARK calling of significance in this state

Third Grade. James & Sanford's Our Government, is represented in the student body.
Wheeler's Second Reader Graded all alike receiving the best
; ((4 mo.); Duggar's Agriculture for And are
Classics Book II (latter part of year); Southern Schools. ( By WINFIELD JONES) that modern education has to offer.

"s New Century Speller, Part .continu I Washington, I). C., Aug 23.-Representative The criticism that some institutions REAL ESTATE "

t ed; Arnold's "With Pencil and Pen;" HIGH SCHOOL. Clark has introduced a resolution stand for class education and seek

'* Milne's Progressive Arithmetic No I. Ninth Grade. I j in the House to direct the Secre- only the patronage of the wealthy ; I II

Fourth Grade. furnish the House and so-called upper class, cannot be ;
Buehler's English Grammar; Classics tary of State to i
Wheeler' Third Reader; Graded whether Euro- applied to the University of Florida. -
to be supplied; Milne's Standard I I information as to any AND INSURANCE
t Classics Book III (latter part of year); other government
School Algebra Asiatic, or 1
I Arithmetic; Milne's High I I pean THE DECLINE OF AN OLD ART J- .
Part
New Century. Speller, con-
colonize of
begun; Niver's History of 1'i" seeking to any portion
tinued; Hyde's! Two-Book Course in England; Bennett's First Year Latin; i: the western hemisphere, and if so, At this time of the year the country- I ;

English (Book! begun) ; Frye's First Lockwood & Emerson's Compositionlatter what the United States has done under I' bred housewife feels an uneasy sense

Course in Geography/ (begun); Milne's ( part of year). I the Monroe Doctrine to prevent such ,'of duty left"undone, even though she \GENCY t

Progressive Arithmetic, No. I, con- a colonization.The is now living in a city, if she is not .
tinued; Berry's Writing Book No. 4. :Tenth Grade. i- resolution asks for the following I conducting extensive and fragrant en-
Lockwood & Emerson's Composition
Fifth Grade.Wheeler's terprises of canning and preservingfruit.
and Rhetoric (completed); Clas- ; information. .
Fourth Reader Graded
; sics to be supplied; Milne's High I "Whether any European or Asiaticor Second Floor Citizens Bank
Classics, Book .IV Hyde's English,
; I other government has extended or In her girlhood failure to provide
(Book I continued); New Century School Algebra, completed; Walker'sCaesar Myer'sGeneral !sought to! extend any system of colonization this luscious store was regarder as indicating j

Speller, Part I.:, completed; Milne's History, begun; in this hemisphere since the shiftlessness. Aunts and
Progressive Arithmetic No. II, begun; ; Houston's Physical Geogra: ,'
year 152:1."Whether:!:j. cousins dropped in unexpectedly for
Fry'e First Course in Geography com- phy. Asiatic visits. A without
I any European, or long housekeeper a
pleted; Evans' First Lessons in Am- Eleventh Grade. other government has since 1823 interfered stock of appetizing jams and jells was
erican History; Berry's Writing Book Halleck's History of English Litera- It Admits
or attempted to interfere in much: like a factory owner today who
No. 5. ture; Classics to be supplied; Went-
the affairs of any of the Americangovernments should have no advance provision
Sixth Grade. worth's Plain Geometry; Allen &
on this hemisphere whose ready in case of a break-down of ma-
Wheeler's Fifth Reader New Cen- Greenoujrh's Six Oration Cicero; C'ar- ( .
; I independence has been recognized by chinery. The store of canned goodsin
tury Speller, Part II, begun; Hyde's hart & CViute's\ High School Physics the'!' United States. the cellar was a reserve against Of. No Debate
No. I Ad- Revised Edition Myer's General His- j
;
English completed; Frye's
"Whether any European, Asiatic or emergencies and future needs thatgave I
vanced Geography, begun; Milne's tory, completed] ((4 mo.) ; Townsend'sCivil _
other government has sought/ jta. ia. the housekeeper a feeling of confidence -
Progressive/ Arithmetic, No. II, completed Government of U. S., ((4 mo. I ; |
o I now seeking to colonize any portionof : I I Protection from Fire Loss
French Grammar.
; Berry's Writing Book No. 6; Fraser & Squair's I this western hemisphere, either withor Modern enterprise has almost made -
Header{ to be supplied '
Supplementary Grade.
; Twelfth | without the! consent of the uneconomic this former enterprise.
Lessons in History without use of text Halleck's History of American Literature j govern-I I +
ment within whose domain it I The factory buys fruit wholesale, it
book. ; Classics to be supplied; Adams pose to establish such colony; what I I makes free use of child labor and I Is Of Even t. r
Seventh Grade. U. S. ((6 mo. ) I
& Trent's History ;
j'IWentworth's steps, if any have been taken towarduch other low priced help, and sells at a
Graded Classics, Book V; ('arpenter's Went worth's Solid Geometry( mo. ) : i
colonization and what steps, if I price almost as low as the fruit cols Greater Individual .
Geographical Reader; New Cen- Plane Trigonometry ((4
'I any. have been. taken or are beingtaken j I at the market.
tury Speller, No. II, completed; mo. ) ; -Knapp'.s' Virgil'Aeneid;\ ; :IBrovnlec | :
) by the United States under the The disappearance of this art is a
Hyde's English, No. II, begun; Milne's & Fuller's Chemistry; Yo'urn's I
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terms of the ;Monroe Doctrine to prevent ]loss." Canning day was a home festival
Progressive Arithmetic, No. III, be- Civil Jov't of Florida ((2: mo.) ; 'i Importance:: to You
such colonization or attempted that differed from the other seasonal '
gun; Ritchie's; Human Physiology] ; Fraser k juair's French Grammar. t
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colonization.! tasks. The rich fragrance of
Frye's Advanced Geography; Riley I I .
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the fruit steamed through room
& Chandler's "Our Republic," U. S. Pupils not sure of their classification \ every Than the Protection of
I Representative L'Engle has introduced in the house giving a preliminarytaste 'j-
I
History begun; Berry's Writing Book are strongly/ urged not to purchase -
bill in the House to provide for of future epicurean joys. The I
No. 7. books before school begins. 1 i
I. wW' ,_ _ the examination and survey of Saint I translucent glasses with their amber The County's Industries
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Lucie Inlet, I'alm Beach county; Lake and crimson fruit feasted the eye 'I' CALL ON US I

NO SOCIAL AGENCY MOST LIVING Worth Inlet, Palm Beach county, and Perhaps when the express companies ,'J It Does Not Depend On The for Real Estate Bargai; n
New River, Dade county, with a viewto I begin to deliver fruit direct from the

v the navigation thereof, by deepen- farm to the kitchen door as has recently ,,1. Farm, Houses;?\

; MORE EARNESTIN VETERANS NOW ing the channels or otherwise. I ] been suggested, the housewifecan Passage of Tariff Laws Vacant Property, r-

get her raw material at a price
I I Business Site
Representative Wilson has intro- making possible the revival of this ,
ITS DEMANDS EIGHTY YEARS OLD
duced a bill in the House to make I ancient art. Whatever may be said I But Simply I Property for Kent

I i I Port Saint Joe a port of entry. I for the machine product of the fac- Etc., Etc. .


j ON CHURCH FOR COOPERATION ON ACCOUNT OF EXTREME AGE Effective September 1st the entire tory not ,prefer there are the few product families of that the would home I On the Securing Of Lift your property tale

I state of Florida is quarantined against kitchen, concocted after traditional recipes I WITH USWE'LL

Texas cattle fever, according; to an handed clown from former gen- '
THAN PUBLIC HEALTH, AND NO MANY WILL BE ABLE TO ATTEND A Fire Insurance PUSH IT!
order issued today by the Departmentof erations or given by friends, and done; Policy

AGENCY OFFERS GREATER REUNION AT CHATTANOOGA Agriculture. "From the State of under the intelligent eyes of the house- 'I I II
IN SPIRIT ONLY.
t RETURNS FOR SUCH Florida cattle shall only be moved or wife.-Jacksonville Metropolis.

,. .,: \\I\ J} COOPERATION., allowed to move to points outside of
: r' ; r,1'i\,," i 27._The in accordance with THE
,, ChatUpooga.Tenn., Aug. the quarantine area RAILWAYS AND PRESSIn

I I average age of enlistment during the, the regulations for slaughter, or for an address before the North Car. Town Lots fiftyto We make a spec-,

Washington, D. C., Aug. 22.-"No I civil war having beea twenty-five, other purposes as provided by the reg- olina Press Association, President. I

social agency is more earpest in its I i and the war having continued through ulations'for dipping, inspection, or cer- W. Finley] of the Southern Railway five hundred ialty of all kindsof

,; l demands upon the church for cooperation 'four weary years, it stands to reason tification," says the order.W. I said in part*
dollars
than public health, and no agency I that most of the living veterans are "There is a natural basis for cooperation each. Real Estate

i offers a greater return for such co- now nearly eighty years old. J. Hillman, of Live Oak, is a between the press and the

operation," says Dr. Ennion W. Williams I|, This indicates that for every ver- visitor in Washington. I railways." Their interest in community II Large tracts of work and Insur-

[ Health Commissioner of Vir- eran who is physically able to make James M. Cathcart, Jr., of Tampa, development] are substantially prairie and timber Your business -
the to the 47th national encamp- : ance.
ginia, in a bulletin just issued by the trip secretary to Senator Duncan U. identical. Both are interested in at-
United States Bureau of Education." 1 ment of the Grand Army of the Republic -
i Fletcher called to tracting additional population to the
was Tampa yester- lands
is
solicited.
cheap.
"Public health asks the church to :i at Chattanooga in September, day by the death of his father, JamesM. community and in a higher average I :;:

: join hands with it in giving man bet- ] there must be at least twenty-five who Cathcart, Sr., deputy clerk of the level of general prosperity, for increased -

ter bodies, and it promises that when, ''jean be present in spirit only. criminal! and county court of that population and greater prosperity -

men's bodies shall be stronger, their Out of consideration of the tens county. ;Mr. Cathcart was 65 years I bring to the newspapers increased ij TELEPHONE 246

spirits will be nobler. Public health of thousands who cannot be present, old and a well known Confederate circulation and additional advertising -
asks the church assist it in the committee of the Chat- .
; to making | program veteran. He" was last 'in Washington : patronage! and to the railway -
: sanitary the community to which the tanooga G. A. R. Encampment association -
it / during Gettysburg reunion, which I an increased volume of traffic.
church ministers; and it pledges the | have arranged for advance he attended. The interests of a newspaper in the f ,D. G. WAGNER Mgr.

I i experience of the world to show that publication of an edition de luxe of I I community in which it i is publishedand 1' ,

when this is done, none will benefit the official program. Commercialismis I I The following Florida postmasters of a railway in all of the communities f::

more than the chyrch. Other things stricty barred-no advertising what- :, have I ben appointed: i along its lines are more vital 1 I :;: Kissimmee, Fla.

;j equal, the healthy man is the moral ever appears in this volume. It contains than those of'some other '
enterprises.A
| Welta M.I Ketring, ;Moffit; Dan B. (
and the sanitary community is photographs of the commander- I
man Nassauville Alice A Stokes, factory may haveits principal] mar- 1:1::
Warren
the spiritual community. 1 in-chief, past commanders, officers of MiMeekin 1 ; ; Henry" I 11.) ; Wood.l, Kvinston: ; kets in other localities. The interests .!..:- :-x:..;..: ...:-:":-:-:-:-:..:..........:--:-:":...,.:-:
"The first means of cooperation on the many organizations allied with I'
e ''William Iteinuu, Lockhart; Imogene of the newspaper and.I of the railway
the part of the church is in preaching the G. A. R., department commanders,
Gammon; :Malone) : Benjamin F. Fus- aie, on the contrary purely local.
t the dignity of the human person, the famous generals of the war. scenes on ,
Every member of the __ _
} sell, Saint Catherine; William A. King, community i 1- a __ u
sanctity of the individual body. This the battlefields and a variety of other I
j Brooklyn; Laura K. iuy, Guyman; prospectiveubseriber" or advertiser
will enable the church to justify theM items of great historical interest. The
Lyman Hull. :McRae; Lulu A. Hamilton for the newspaper l and a pi0.pectivetraveler |
health officer in his demand for a sani- book i is a gem of the engraver's and 1 the It IDEAL GARDENS
Ohatite; Alma 1) Holtzclaw, Ho e- j or shipper> on iiuhsay
tary 'Ommunity-wiJI, indeed, make printer'* ait, costing nearly a dollar .
land. Cuiti*. I. JoneWau'au., i is logical therefore from the strictly
I that demand irresistibly ]logical If apiece. One copy will be furnished ,
that the
and
businessieupoint
; the}; body is sacred, then the body de- free of cost by the Chattanooga Chamber commissioned Kloiula postmasters aie, : Leroy who have'e..n Williams\ I I the railways, each in their special press field. An Ideal Garden to the general trucker is one that bring big I

r serves a sanitary surrourfding and depends of Commerce to every bonafide I'Early Bird; Josiah lien) 'hud, Garden 1 should work for community d.-\elopmerit returns on his investment. Perhaps the greatest single factor
::4 upon it. The permanence of visiting veteran to the encampment '
I 1 City: JVrry N. Hutchitivon, Westbay. and that therehould at all tunes towards the realization of this Ideal is
for better health will be sold Includ- : i
Vt our fight must rest, Additional copies : IMthe closest "0-1 aUolI i between, )

r in part at l least, upon an awakened ing postage, at the nominal rate of .. .. ..... .. .. .... I I
J .
;-:-:-:-:-:-:-: :-:-: :-:-: : : : :-:-: :-: : :- (j them.While PROPERLY PROPORTIONED
public conscience which will view disease twenty-five cents each. In its exquisite the newspapers and the rail- i FERTILIZER'I I

as second only to sin, cleanliness] color] "scheme, wealth of historical 4: THE PEOPLE'S: 1'NI I'EnSITY:00 I I I
e ways ale thus natural allies in community fertilizer that gives to the
etF as next to godliness. interest and value us a guide to the rf follow plants a quick start and steady growth
upbuilding, it doe not I
"The church should,in every practicalway encampment proceedings, the Chattanooga - :":--:-:-:-:-:-: :-:":-:-: :-:-:-:-:":-:-:-:-:-:":' I' that there should not be fair criticismof and develops products with good shipping qualities. I J

illustrate the necessity of sani- l book eclipses every effort made The University of Florida is an integral the railways. Fair and just criticism If

tation by being itself a model of sani :, by other cities. It will be ready for I part of the public educational I is a proper function of a free : Ideal Fertilizers .
tation. It should be well ventilated, distribution about September 1, and
system of this state. As such it complete press, -but criticism of the agencies I I
well kept, supplied with proper outhouses copies will be mailed in the order a i the work begun in the public which provide the transportation fa-

r and with a safe supply of that requests are received. No ac- schools. Through aid from the state cilities of the community should take are made right. Send for our free books entitled

f, drinking water. ,Many of our rural | counts can be opened for the pro- and the United States, and by private account of the economic conditions

r. churches fall far-ehort of this. Cleaned ] granny Each and every request or I gifts, it furnishes for instruction in under which those agencies must work Florida Vegetables--Irish Potatoes. '

'; only when filth becomes unbearable 1 order should be accompanied by postal literature and science, in agriculture, and should aim, in respect to a factorso

' I' .1 ventilated by chance or accident, I order postage stamps to the amountof in theory and practice of teaching, in essential to community develop-

;c :T generally without any outhouses and 25 cents, and all orders addressed civil, electrical and mechanical engi- ment, to be helpful and educational WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.Manufacturer .

t supplying water from a rusty bucket to J. E. Annis, Esq., president of the neering, in law, and in all branches rather than being along lines tendingto ,of I'

M and a dirty tin dipper, the church oftentimes i Chattanooga Roofing and Foundry that fit young men for practical life create unreasoning prejudice." IDEAL FERTILIZERS '

1 is a focus of infection. If i; Company, who is chairman of the and citizenship. .*'

it is to stand as the evangel of good 'program committee. The institution is owned and con- You never see a man who looks likea I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ?e

; ,. health, it must be sanitary. )If it is 1 No replies will be made to those trolled by the people of Florida, andit woman. But you often see a woman Local.Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co.p' .

to teach the gospel of fresh air, it who may seek to purchase advertis- stands for the education of all the who looks like a man dressed in I i .

S must be well ventilated." I ing i space. people. It has no special class or I woman's clothes. '
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FRIDAY ,AUG'u'ST"ZI, 1113. THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE
PACE' XDepartment

Crop Reporting 'Board of"the U. S.

ai: of Agriculture Department of' Agriculture, J issued .ooooooooooooooo..oooooo. oooo oooo. o.. OOOO Ot. .. ooo..o. .o. .

t" August 8th, there is a considerable

increase over 1912 in, the
acreage ofwinterwheat ARa
? GOOD
W Issue Weekly: News Letter to Crop Correspondent rice, and wheat in gen. 7 e -

eral. Of this winter wheat shows a "

. j'; Importation of Lire Stock through necessary for spraying: the water I.1.. total 16.4 acreage of 30,938,000 acres, or FENCE

Government Quarantine Station obtained by pumping the water inl per cent more than was reported
for 19)2. Rice .. --t.
I shows an increaseof ,
L. tank elevated to .
Them has been unusual activity lithe a sufficiently give the --- -
of pure-bred live stock necessary pressure or by pumping 14 per cent in, acreage, and all
importation wheat shows an Increase of 8.3 I AFTER yean of experimenting _ fo.
Into the mains. per
for breeding: purposes this year. Thes (direct '! ,
importations have been made chiefly; For field crops and orchards, or cent. Corn, oats, rye, buckwheat and f txa and expense; t

j''t' from the Channel Islands, but there anything that is planted in rows far white potatoes show substantially the -r and labor, the makers of
same acreage as for 1912 with increase i '. '
"has been however a number of importations enough apart to to allow! .of._making of 1.1 an American Fence finally
cent recorded for
and Scotland furrows between the rows surfaco per
from England application -
I oats. Spring wheat, barley and tame produced composition in
The shipments from the Channel Islands of water ia recommended: II I
: hay show decreases
have consisted of Jersey, Guernsey This is much less expensive than the to 2.5 cent. Flax ranging from 3.7 + I IL steel! that was perfectly
shows
and' A4 erney cattle. The latter I other system, as it requires less equip; I per a fallingoff I making.
of 14.9 adapted for fence
per cent. The conditionof
two' breeds are practically the same,, ment and less power, since the water
of cattle being is distributed by gravity rather than the apple crop is 62.2 per cent,
registration Guernsey! which is about 2.3 per cent less than There is no 'other maker
allowed in the Alderney herd book and I under pressure.
the ten-year offence that this i,
average. can use
vice versa. The men referred to will!! gladly _
.
i The estimated yields show the fol- .
Both the animal quarantine stations II give advice as to the system best composition. It is patented

at Athenia, N. J., and Littleton,, adapted to the* needs of anyone applying shows lowing a conditions decrease :of 97,000,000 spring wheat bush, W and the use of it increases

Mass., for the ports of New York and I for it, and as to the kind and cost< _
Boston, respectively, have been filled< of equipment. els; the estimated yield of corn is I 'e I Vu,,. many fold, the value of the
I about
453,000,000 bushels below
to their capacity. There are at pres- the I),. American Fence: to the
I Government Increases EasternTimberland 1912! figures; oats, a decrease of about I' '

ent between six and seven hundred Purchase. :lOOGOOIO!! < () bushels; barley, a decreaseof Fr.: user. It has enabled fens
sheep and a number of cattle and hog/! i ,I
in quarantine at Littleton. A large< With the close of the fiscal year about 50,000,000 bushels; potatoes, :_;:; ing to be made as near perfection
H decrease of about 8,000,000 bushels A GOOD PENCEAMERICAN
been issued 1913! forest lands amounting to 713,,- ; I
,number for of importations permits have again through the<- 415 acres have been examined and ap tobacco, a decrease of about 67,000,000 t as can be obtained.I ri

by the Forest Service and pounds; flax, a decrease of about 8- '"
praised .
Port of New York, but the date of arrival I
ap-I 000.000) bushels;' and hay, a decreaseof
has been so fixed that all the proved for purchase by the 1 i FENCE
Forest Reservation Commission. The 9,000,000! tons. There are also some
be comfortably I
animals expected Tan ;
slight decreases shown, in the esti-
areas lie in the most western part of
accommodated Athenia. as they arrive at Virginia, West Virginia, North Caro mated production of rye and buck-I I I I Is made by special machinery which is used only by the makers of it. To develop .

The new animal quarantine station lina, Tennessee and Georgia. About wheat. I : the invention of this machinery took years of experimenting and hundreds of

located at 100,000 acres are in the White Mountains The Increases are:; in winter wheat, I thousands
for the Port of Baltimore] : of dollars.
of New The the preliminary estimate of which' .
Turner, Md., which is equipped with] Hampshire. average -
nine new stables and good sized yards I price per acre is given as $5.f"i shows an Increase of 11,000,000 bUllh-1 3: As a result of these years of experience and vast expenditures, American Fence
The work of acquiring eastern timber els; all wheat, an increase of .1.
is admirably located on the water land has been carried on for over- 000 bushels I ; and rice, an increase of i.:. is recognized as being the best fence made. Every wire in American Fence u live .
has cattle
front. Baltimore good <
very
steamers running( between Liverpooland two years now under the provision :2,000,000, ) bushels i steel, always ready for emergency, and absolutely reliable. l "t
of the Weeks Law which The quality of winter wheat is 93.7
appropriated
The milder l Utkud '
that I
port.
cent as against 90.7 cent last ;f
for the Benefits per per
$8,000,000
some purpose -
of this station, as compared with the
to be derived from year. It is, therefore, slightly higher
two stations farther north, and the< government I
of this land and its administration than the six-ye' average" which is
'onvemencc of shipping to the station ownership I
i national forests i in !01 per cent. The quality of rye is I 1
l h y barge" add shipping from there by; as are : OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.Klnf,
about the same as last The fall m :
] follows Protection of the year.
the railroads. promise to make this "general as : :

.south-middle station popular Atlantic for importers states and in the the< waters or of soil navigable erosion streams on mountain; prevention in offset the by production the amount of of oats oats is retraining somewhat : J! 1 10S

on farm August 1st, which is y ,
of timber from the
slopes; protection
Middle West. There have already; estinlllt-I
lire of the ed at about 103,900,000: *'HOO OOOOOOOOOOOH-O>OO+ been some importations through this danger; preservation purity; 1
and regularity of flow of mountain about ((59,000,000! more bushels Plan ;
station namely, an importation of - - -- ---- '
; were on the farms on August 1st, ifil'J,! :! I
their
Kerry cattle from Ireland; another oAjr.shiros streams, with a view to use fo I loupe, like the Florida guava and alligator +*++ **''I'II *.I.I.'U..t 41

and several importations! the water supply of towns and cities; I I COULD FREE pear, are very tender fruit and
of Conditions. j i
General Review Crop
of the timber to
of sheep and swine. continuance supply will not stand shipping a long distance THE
the needs of the industries of the General crop conditions on August QRAYSTONE
meet ;
and generally from vine to i.i
THE STATE OF go
1st averaged for the United States
of the
Good Country Roads country; preservation Sl'el1lCbeauty table in many parts of the state, be- ,'
Pay For Themselves. of the mountains for the pleasure materially lower ((6.2< per cent lower) I ".
cause they could not be kept, pre- i tm Ml TM VIM
The direct effect that changing bad and recreation of the people. than on the same date last year, and CATTLE TICKBY served or turned into jelly like many : .,9:;
also lower (4.5 cent) than theavt'raJe 2.50 to 3.60 per day.
in per
loads into good roads has upon land The procedure making purchase other vegetables or fruit.
condition on August 1st of + Special by week or month. \ I
_ values and marketing prices, as well includes first the general designation Florida growers, no doubt, will be 1
'
as thc general economic welfare of of "purchase areas" located when recent years. Weather conditions pleased to learn that cantaloupes can i H. N. flU.llil, ft.,. L D. Mini, Up.

the community, is shown in several they will best carry out the terms of about August 1st were unfavorable BUILDING DIPPING VATS now be dried and kept indefinitely.This ++++++++++++++++++++++i+++ t

illustrations which Rath the Weeks Law the of which for crops in general. I _
concrete were purpose has just been accidently discovered I --=- = === =----- !i oj
Bred by the U. S. Department of Agnculture. is to bring about by the I'overnment"the Lowest conditions are found in Kansas by Thomas D. McCall, of El by the time the 1914 ia ready .
below Okla- : NINETY PER CENT OF CATTLE crop
with 81.45 cent
In Lee county, Virginia, a acquirement of lands located 61 per ; Centro, California. He had dumpeda for gathering the plan for drying will, t ',
homa with 18.0 cent; Kentucky LOST IN: FLORIDA COULD BE
which he offered the headwaters of navigable stream per
farmer owned 100 of to
acres with great heap cantaloupes one perhaps, be perfected, and the great !
to sell for $1800. In 1908 his or those which are being or may bi with 1\.1:\ i; per cent; California II SAVED BY FREEING side, several breaking open. These quantity of cantaloupes heretofore i !

road was improved, and although the developed for navigable] purposes." 12.8 per cent, Illinois with 12.3 percent THEM OF TICKS. dried and threw out such a fine aroma ..allowed to rot in the fields for lack of f

farmer fought the improvement, he The Forest Service is charged with and :Maryland] with 12.2 per cent I that McCall was attracted and tasted buyers or consumers, will become a '

has since refused $3,000 for his farm. examining the purchase areas, making"" below average conditions.' Highest them. They were excellent, and now merchantible commodity.-St. Lucie

A nearby tract of 188 acres is said to careful. estimate of timber, and, U; conditions are found in Wisconsin, The Acting Secretary of Agriculturehas California cantaloupe growers are Tribune.A .

have been sold for $6,000. After road they fill requirements, recommending! with 7.6 per cent, Washington with Issued an order effective on and drying all of their small melons. The

improvement the same farm was sold them to the commission for purchase 5.3 per cent, Florida with 5.2 per cent, after September 1, 1913, releasing dried variety Is said to have a finer man will give his wife $10 to pay

'ij'4 for $9,000, In Johnson county, Alabama .. The lands may then be approved for: and Minnesota with 4.3 per cent above from cattle quarantine for Texas fever flavor than the fresh fruit. $60 worth of bills. Then he will borrow -,

the people voted a bond issue purchase by the 'commission.. The their 'average conditions on August1st. I I 9,191 square miles in the States of The perfection of this process of $G. of the_ $10 back. and want to ',

for $250,000 for road improvement.The Secretary of Agriculture signs the It will be observed that the good Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Georgiaand 1 drying the melon! will be worth millions know what she does with all her

the I and bad spots are widely scattered.The South Carolina. This means that to the South and California and '
lolling value at that time was $1; checks that consummate contract money. 1
conditionof I' the sections released have succeeded in
I composite
general or
to $lf> per acre The selling price i i": of purchase, after all matters of title :
all flops, combined on August 1st, eradicating the cuttle tick which is the "
now from $15 to $25 per aero are properly adjusted.
nr at the time of harvest 100) lepieseiitinir cause of spn'adll1g' splenetic or Texas r-- ;
]In another state, two farmers. living - I'niler the sum appropriated by tht1Veekh
not normal} ) condition fever in cattle.
the' (
HII equal' distrunfrom a ,'ollonmark..t I.aw, about 1,200,000) uoies, ar t a\eiatre r
the United States was Ur.5: This release from quarantine is in
n
learned l I.y> telephone that c-ot routing to l Forest S'I'V"'" estimateswill ,
the east by I'll'i'!)) pel I' 'I'"t I addition to the 2(1,000( square miles re- ,
tin hail! gone tgr'Irr plus 1 :$1O1) Per I be ariiuned in
I II! I I' (IAI.I.I)1ti'A1'; ( ) N'.iscd on :Maiih 1 1. III 1!>1::, *<> thai this I .
.hair. The fUIIIH'i iin HIM had 10111hauled when t the $:J.IIOO.OOO .appnipriateil! a; ) ..
.\ ,-I-'ant' Setletal.X. Dept of ,\ r.t\ the- 'dun rurtmc has Lien lift "I*! III (
,
one liale of lolloii whirl \\11"lOll ,ot.iIl.\ teaseI'lrsl -,
.\t-l I""n iltlllt neailj, .';.O.IMIO ''loins| ; 'niili-s of tattle :
he coulil get user that I twnl. 11\1'
other farmer on the good load \\ .. ( Sei/urr of filter; ( :Mttlirpi- Iti.11Ig tcnitoM, ,
ndnii'iitOil ,!. Sin"'r the h<'jinMin of the \\o.rk, of ,
,. I nder, I lie Mierlejnif "
itI' In I.ml I bah. Th I man on the
sei/eii ink 'indication in lHi! ;, 1 19195! ; :;!> situate
good load l iralncil: . of III) I I'''il t miles, out of the 711'iM square miles
put I', >\hlle 111-\ .glllxil: ill I the) < \Lad II"I in "ei' Cnln as a i esult) i' I '
infilled, have I been leaned up and leliasc'd -
l by the I'. S Pbl"lC'tttorlll" :. '' \
.jioileqmsi
load g.iincd onl) $11111) A funnel I nSiillisan from jj
rounty, 'Penoes.rr.had' 100.uslll.l. of the )Urpaitmcnt' II' A I'I' TEA juaiuntini'
I Loyola was t 111'a't\ siale to lake
\' .. of I Irish potatoes whiih he inA'rtf..d eultuie; eight eases of a dine pruduvtknown > niSit2Tfr
,.. ..insteps tow VII; h
"Stiamolnie, \\.i-
l to market dumig the' \\ interOwing as
: O) of the cat- ,
Ii( rent
from Bohemia the most ink, although per
ail! Impcrtcd '
A-ithnii,
labeled l loadhe unable tfhaul .t
to iui' was
die oflcas
lot this state
wonderful herb compound the lie that are lu
It.d Roost und] Lung )Hiseases) n h.iln: j jI'Miiifliitls "
the all Th..y I lot _
at i ;
potatoes l b this I
i the fe\ei ought la-
Cata'ih, ..stubbom 1 world has ever known, for ) : on y pa
liiom-liial -
: ,
in} the eellai In tile meant line" the treatn 'i.t Cl( A.;:.hma, Hay Fever, sit It I is only uiciitlj that any 111ti'ii'sl -
1 ( ouglis and| <(< ulils, :also (Cola' i-i ; : i :
of at maikot :. f1RrT
price I point
a
potatoes Bronchiiis, C 'I..>, Colds, Catarrh was taken in the tick eiadicalion -
|Id h !: h1* l bushel' I ha! (Conditions of the Stomin and and ;i !
wont as )> us'1: per Dowels AND: TlJIIEW'UI.OSIS: ( (Ionuniption La Grippe; V. ('Ijng; Cough nio\cmcnl Icy Cattle raisers in Kuuanee : tADt2

cases of kidney, Bladder, county w here' hundreds of cattle
in Humid Sections.. all its formTill', severe
Irrigation ) in
Stomach and Lung troubles. have died from the Texas fever :
which has ULSTOKATIVK: ) ACJKN1KNOWN. (;/
The clioiith prevailed in {CKKATKSf; ;
-. It is an invigorating 'I Incost of building I a vat for dipping ,
gluts t of t the East this season : ." .s. (
many the the
o ;,tonic, purifies ( ,it very little ('ol11paredith
has caused a laigi1" demand} on the : The piosocution was based upon the ,= in each
I'blood, builds up risk i run and if several I farmers
Q lej>ai,'tmeiit for mfoi' nuitlon as to the i liai' gi- that the product was misbiundI'd + I Ir the run-down system section would /get together and put in :

cost and possibilities of irrigation in making/ claims that it was a ,. t4DUMIA.... !, soothes the !a vat, the cost to each would he very S Wl

The Irrigation Investigation of the specific for consumption when, in fact rtr;. I nerves, improves little indeed. @@ i1
'
Office of Experiment Stations employs there was no medical agent or mix- -;:; "' 'j the appetite and Cattlemen in Florida should make an

two men in the Fast, hoso time tuio of medical ingredients known di '!: ( makes sleep rest- effort to free the state from quarantine -

is devoted to .advising, farmers and that would cure consumptianYsVBnto ful and refreshing. acid! the only way it ran be done is We have learned the clothing business .

truckers! as to the kind of equipment 'that would cure that disease, and, :::- ';,> This wonderful lo |fH rid of the cattle tick by dippingall I '

needed the cost of installation and further, that the product contained no ..;; tt medicinal tea con I cattle. It costs on an average of by studying the clothing business. A ;

operation and the methods of applying capable of producing the ''''''' tains 21 differentI head cattle
ingredients 10 cents a year per to keep clothing man Is just as much a "professional" i
I water to crops. therapeutic effects claimed for it. herbs importedfrom healthy and free from Texas fever.

I .r ) Most of the water used for :'rngation This medicine had been manufactured '- I Bohemia and has been en- At this low cost there should] be no man as a lawyer or a doctor. :

'.. in the East is pumped from streamsor by the Stramoline Company dorsed by Pope Leo XIII the Em- loss from this cause in Florida. When you get 'clothes sick' come: to us. '

wells by individual users, gasoline Oklahoma] City, Okla., and shipped on poror of Austria and many eminent ?'

engine i bsmg use.l most commonlyfor I February 12, 1913, to Denver, <'0\0.\ physicians, besides receivingthe CANTALOUPES j The medicine we will give you will be a 11'\

power.In a section sought on account of its highest awards, gold medals, DRIED "
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veil made veil fitting "all vool stylish
I of consumption of which reproducedon I ,
the vicinity of Sanford, Florida, climate by sufferers -some are MILLIONS
MEAN
water is applied in underground pipes. with whom the product found a ready: the cans--and honorary Diplomas WILL modeled suit of clothes. .

The soil is underlaid by an impervious sale. No defense was made to this from Expositions held in Paris, I second "

stratum and is of such a character suit and on July 23 a court decree issued Rome, Vienna, Florence, London CLIFORNIA1AN DISCOVERSTHE ) When winter comes along our

that the water spreads rapidly later- for the destruction of the pro- I and Liege. in recognition of its is I PROCESS HOW THIS DELICIOUS treatment vlll be a handsome, comfortable

ally and reaches the plant roots. 1'ict. This case is noteworthy becauseit i great curative qualities. This FRUIT CAN: BE

Where similar conditions do not exist is the first brought under the Food '.one of the few articles that is free oveJcoat.

this system is not recommended.For and Drugs Act as amended by the i from alcohol, narcotics and poison. KEPT INDEFINITELY.The : : Our "bill" Is always reasonable.H. ',
do all that is claimed
truck crops which are plantedso Sherley Amendment, which makes it If it does not

close that horse cultivation is not an offense to transport interstate for it, your money will be refunded. Florida grown cantaloupe has,

practicable the overhead spray is re drug products which are branded in BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., like the Florida orange, been noted C. STAnFORD CO. ,

commended. A system of perforated a fats and fradulent manner.' t Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A. for its excellence and its appearancein f "

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THE tlSSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE . l >) ;\' ,

I BSSIXMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Xaleom WarinC = ,' PAIL i... I,., I
a ODe of I+k land'a
Telephone No. 1Lp.he4' I I wida awake real Mr., and Mrs. C, E. Dente of'Nar- Fred GUbert .
spent I was s.business visitor -
WedneadF here thete' coos.** made a. trip to
\ for ef Tampa thi* to Orlando yesterday.Miss EPWORTH LEAGUE
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; :;; Every: Fi Way By.a. i SSTdr deal fw W"k.

Property near Ethel Lee is visiting her sister AND ITS FRIENDS
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J. :3C: Labor
i Lee spent Mrs Malcom
Tuesday in Tampa>> Waring at Lakeland. i Day .
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,--== Work wu started Priorinc looking atter'.1mporta t business af- I' ;, ,
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5niahiJll' of the new. Kethoc1iat.011 the fairs. Miss Mary Burford of Ocala Is the DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED . ...1_........,... __-;'

Vat Monday. I i Charming guest of Mrs. Gay Living I .' ,.( L" ,;
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i Weather ReportFeUowingarth : : in large- fore of 'workmen W. H. Taylor: told W,' H. Brokaw ston., BY MISS CECEUA OVER. will be celebrated '' "

&ncaced. ,
putting a metal oLDrlandor STREET: AT 'A LAWN ... ''II "
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ceiling sad doing transacting business - H. E. ,
the plaster Cot= and

'I daily tenv It b hoped to Aniah this part of'Work.the in the city this week. very pleasantly with wile-.pent'Tuesda7 friends. In Or- PARTY.. by. a ., _............:....:. _ ...

and precipitation work this week lando. -
as .
4 tTre Jas.
, >r i Magmder, one of Orlando's

ported by the Government ii i J. W. Prentis leading business men, wu ''transact Miss Ethel Hall The members of the Epworth Grand Ball
is returned
.,tion at KlssUamee; for the confined to( his tag business her Tuesday from yesterday League and their friends we're entertained .

wee" ending Aug.. 28. 1913. thom.-ad.riD ; with. boUs-on-his feet. a month pleasantly spent. at by a lawn party at the home of -
and Grand
; says that that old gag about each! Mrs. H. D. Geiger and baby Rapids, Mi b. Miss Cecelia Overstreet'onf Mon. .. .;
are ---- -
I X&L X1D. Rata ,: boil being Monday Nigh S pte mW tat -- -
worth Ave I "
dollar is all1 spending a Mrs. day The lawn decoratedwith
couple of weeks outing at W. L. Poulk and children after evening. was
.. 91 71 .45 ; tommyrot' that he'll ,
f Friday - - ( give his to any- Apopkaand Wekiva Spring a month's visit with relatives at Cairo, Japanese lanterns and electric ATFiremen's
one who
:..1'UY --- 92 72 --- ores to call, and throw Ga. lights and proved to be
in. a returned! here Wednesday.! a delightful
_ >M 73 .08 J ; j i| ham sandwich as lagniappe :Miss Lillian s
i sga.:ay --- Prentis of Kissiounee place for the many !games which were I

$) n lay _ ___ 81 73 -__ ;1 is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. 'Bass, representing the St. played. Hall

: iesday -- -- 91 71 ... | The Layman's meeting Sunday afternoon A. Y. Fuller.-Orlando Sentinel Cloud district on the Board of County These socials, which are held once

"t:-,, JaY ... 92 73 .12 i 1 !at 3 o'clock at the Presbyterian I Commissioners was' a business visitor a month,' are enjoyed by the young! J

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and the president! G. F. Parker daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. MUter improvement the former mader aupicts. *4 the it
. . . ex- over 'one.
.. It 0 0 0 0 . eo. II R. Godwin. Julian Montsdoca
tends and
a most is spending time l
cordial invitation to thegerrai < some with friends Ice cream and! cake were served at

public to be present and par. at Lake City. I William Whittientes Drawdy were three prominent the usual hour and were enjoyed to I Kissimmee FireDepartment '

.. m"in ii 111 tun tit ticipate in the service. I who were here yesterday! the fullest extent after the merry tI+
J. A. Blackwell, wife! and daughter j I making the tnp in Mr. Montsdoca's I

i Arthur E. Donegan spent the forepart of Ashton. spent the day here Wednesday I car. games.
LOCAL FIELD. 1 Those present were: Mrs. L. U.
of the week at Jacksonville attending making the trip in their handsome j
L II Capt. Will Knight connected with Zimmerman Cecelia! Overstreet, Mrs.
to his
( multiplicity of business touring car. the government! dredge now J. D. Sibert, Roberta Bronson, Ruth u-
operating
II II1 interests but found time to take Clark Sarah Clark i' = = = !e
I Itwowt.ks' in the loosahatchee! arrived! here Ethel Robereon,
1 a look behind the J. H. Fergusorand wife, after to
political screen! and a Leona Roberson Rose Alberta ,
Saturday for a brief with his Orpha ,
; W M cr spent Tuesday tran- says there's nothing doing-people too stay at Coronado returned I stay Nina Bratton Edna Schwei- music
( family.Rev. Hopson Special will be furnished
:
.-'ess at Orlando. to their duties manaI I
busy talk
iar to politics this far in ad- Tuesday as kart_ Nettie Newton Mabel Over- ntP

with Brother vance of the primaries. gers of the H. C. Stanford Co. at St.I' C. M. Britton a former pastor street, Williamette! Sibert Mildred and, a most cor- '
% H Brokaw Grifflng Cloud. '
of the Baptist church in this city, but Winn Flora Whidden Laura Thomas A*
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tie :r-e people. 40-tf J H Halley the Loughman l I I dial
live invitation t extended
I who is now traveling the state in the Mr. and Mrs. G. Overstreet L. U. by ,
wire and all round booster! wa in the The beauty of the! r irks in Broad-!i interest of Columbia Ia-
board will hold )' college!, is spending Zimmerman Earl Morrow, Earl Cow-
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its
: repu-! city Maonday the
fall
f as of business as a way attracts the attention of everyone! /: a f..w days here.! Harold Buzza Wadley Parker dancing public to to

j.r.i.,, ." meeting on Tuesday. hound pup is of t fleas! and says that' who comes here, and well they might I I ger, I
Olin Sibert J. D. Sibert Wesley
land
I this entire section of Flonda will experience for it would be difficult to find a more! See the white satin slippers in our attend. !
Prentis the Weidler! Kenneth Weidler! Clyde Buz- :
!y. >an is guest window. If
the biggest boom the beautiful street in any city in AmerI I you desire colors we can inm
coming
f friends at Orlando. za. Will Mason Tiller Vincent Goodrich -
:.: .sera I winter since the emigration from the > ica. I tint them! pink, blue, gray, red light *
Leon Estey Paul Marks Law- _
:North to this state began ten orange or black. Let us tell you about I -- ik-
years
strand-mpt ago J. W. Miller has purchased the old ] them. F. H. Lawson. 36-lt rence Griffin.OFFICERS. 44'I'444++4+ .+++..+. 5. the

:Methodist parsonage and will move it i I P +

!fees 222. M. B. Carson. 10-tf Rev W B Withenpoon pastor of to the lot on the corner of Mabbette |I G. A. Sawyer who for the past ten OF 101EPWOPTII 0 UNION CENTER + nd.re toBy ,

t'c i H.[ who spent last week; the Presbyterian church left Monday street and Orlando avenue which het! i days has been in charge of the H. C. + Lloyd L. Harvey -

fj . : *t Coronado. returned morning for Birmingham Ala., for';, recently bought tnrough the Buck..lsI'I'Stanford Co. store at St. Cloud returned LEAGUE p 0 00. .. ...+. hat i,u

Inca - home at =Narcoossee" the purpose of bringing his family to agency: yesterday. and 'resumed his >me t
I !, duties in Rev. J. D. Wyandt. our regular ,
Kissimmee. There will! be no preaching v the house oV that firm here. j

; '. Ma'tr.ck"! formerly of this at the The hand-erne residence! of W. B.I'ra".ford pastor! filled his appointment at the robe l
Presbyterian church Sun- : WILL BE INSTALLED: SUNDAY
-- sow residing at :Mt. Dora. day The doctor and his will is erecting in South Kiseim- O. C. McLean, the Narcoossee turpentine < usual hour on Sunday morning and fin

.u .a !.0.-..** altos in the city Mon- reach here family mee is nearIng completion and it operator, was transacting business I I EVENING SEPTEMBER 7TH evening.The! .

we.k. some time during nextThe would be an ornament to the principalresidence here yesterday! but found time I I AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM.The Christian Endeavor held its d :4ve r4

to call at the Valley Gazette office !
section of
a'M. any city. I usual meeting Sunday evening, the f.
." M.<:>. :r.r Hill of Varcoo..ee isM c and renew his subscription for another leader 3u-
county commissioners will meet being Lonney Hughejr. The
Misses! Ruth and Jean Thomas visited following program will be rendered Ing
t- her brother. Fred Hill. in regular. monthly session Monday: year.! I at the installation ceremoniesof I next meeting will be in charge of Alfred y

*: J..ri-. 1 le. tut is expected home St. Cloud Wednesday afternoon,
when
. week.M a delegation of prominent citilern !; their purpose being to secure quartersfor I I C. L. Bandy and wife, Ed. Lancaster officers of the Senior and Junior Gattin. S

tv will appear before! them in advocacy :Miss Jean during the next school and wife and Miss Ella Mae Gilbert I Epworth League! which will be heldat :Mr. E. Gattin was a Kissimmee ing

,' 'a\ ,iion leaves Sunday for of a good road from Runny- term. shy having been appointed a spent the week at Coronado and Daytona I the school auditorium Sunday even- visitor Tuesday evening me, t

JL-,: 4 A".'.- he will take charge! of mede to Big Pine over which an auto ] member. of the faculty of the schoolat famous east coast resorts. The ing, September 7th, at 7:30 o'clock: The correspondent! accompanied by

line, will be established to make connection trip was made in Mr. 1. Anthem "Hear Our Prayer"By his father Mr. J. G. made
.> ' -. "of the Consolidated Title that place.J. Bandy's new : Harvey, a

1. .r4' ,sty between the East Coast rail Overland touring car. Choir. business trip to St. Cloud Monday, and M

way and the Sugar Belt. P. Kirven of Darlington, S. C., 2. Violin Duet! -Miss Helen Jones while! there war !a visitor at the homeof V3s
srroil. in large the week this section the Mrs. J. B. Reese! and daughter; Miss
part owner a .. spent in and :Mr. Harold Buzza. W. H. Eaton.
H. J. Barns ..wife !son and mother I Nannie, returned to the city this week I
-.rpr-- "t.I'! rear =Narcoosse" was guest of J. A. Blackwell and family 3. Song by Juniors-No. 130.
Miss Ruth Harvey and Mr. Everett .
returned Saturday from Louisville! ,
after with relatives
a summer!
spent i
isurp.r* prominent out of town at Ashton. Mr. Kirven was highly 4. Prayer-Rev. R. C. Weidler.
inhere the I Smith were! the guests of Miss Blanch I
Ky. they summer.
spent | and friends in Georgia. Miss Nannie
:.r :.p- i fhere SaturdayJune pleased with conditions prevailinghere 5. Song by congregation-No. 129. i
Lawson .
:Mr Barns, as does every other K.sSlmmtt'lte and stated that it | Reese will for the second term! be the i 1 Sunday.Mrs.
was possible' 6. 61st Psalm, Responsively-by
Miller and who have9er who the heated period W. J. Barber and children
wife spent he would become a permanent resident instructor of music of Osceola High congregation standing. were

\ itirg :Mrs. :Millers parents, at other places says that at times the I of Osceola' county.On : School, beginning her duties Monday, 7. Vocal Solo-Miss Alma Griffin. the guests of Mrs.! J. G. Harvey Sun a

Kr and Mrs. Lew Seaman returned heat was so intense it actually! made I September 8th."Spiritual day.
8. Announcements! -Mr. J. M. Lee.
!;.tsdao) to their home Gainesville.. <<. i one sick and that in future his trips the! first page of this paper Collection. Mr.\ and Mrs. C. H. Funk who hay. ,i
9. Anthem by Choir-
Crowns" will be the sub-
abroad will be made in either the :Mayor Lilly calls the attention of been absent from this neighborhoodfor
S. B. Aultman, well known Kissim- I ject of Dr. Sibert's sermon at the 10- Reading-Miss Virginia Tiller.
'law
spring or falLD. property! owners to the requiringthat several months, returned! to their )
business is in the school auditorium Sunday at 11 11. Song by Juniors-No. 123. .'
x* man, city today, all weeds be cut from their a. m. home Tuesday evening
imrtig last night and registering G. Wagner left Tuesday to attend and At '730a., m. his subject will be 12. ,Installation of Officers-Dr. J. ""! !ii' f
premises judge '
we our
,
of of mayor This is his third sermon D. Sibert. v The Misses Edna Harvey, Janette LJ frtl:,
n the HilUboro.Tampa Tribune. 'the annual meeting agents! if "hedo esn't make it .entertaining "Retribution, ,o \
wrongly
13. Vocal Solo. Miss Ella Mao CUb Lawson and Nellie Barber were the ,, .,1' ; : .
the New! York Life! Insurance Co., on Belshazzar's-feast. A cordial ,"
for those who refuse to comply I II $
Mr) i P Brokaw who died on which occurs this year at Hot Springs I invitation is extended to all to attend ri. happy vi8itor of Mis Ola Story Sun't. - .
with his orderJ.
Kon al Electra. Texas was the Va. Mr. Wagner will be absent aboutten I'these services. i ir j 14. Song by Congregation. 122. day.The i

v le of fIr C P Brokaw who visited days, and will make a side trip to I A. Barclay returned this week 15. Lord's Prayer! in concert. beautiful house which is being

Ia trothrr hert'It.!, H. Brokaw. last Baltimore and Washington, and for the .(j ji : from Lyons N. Y.. where he spent the r The members of the volunteer fire 'II i Itj. Vocal Duet-Norma Griffin, Murray constructed! by G. B. Lawson, Is near-

e.-.ter I department will give a dance on Monday Overstreet.! ing completion.! It is assured that ,
: first time will look into the matter of ,,summ 'r. He states, that we may expect -
i well lawmakers hold their Ij an unusually large number of night ( Labor Day) at their! hall, 17. Song by Congregation-No. 86. when this building is finished it will

)Miss Phyllis Jarrell the charming how our I and for the occasion have secured 18. League Benediction. be the! leading house for beauty of
people from the North here next winter
righter of Mr. and :Mrs A. B Jar- job i : .special music. If there is one body i the community.The +
as the fame of Florida's soil and
*!i. ..a. the week end guest of :Mr. Randolph Your*, who operates a'' climate has reached the remotest or club of men. in Kissimmee! that deserve social given under the auspices

led! Mrt( Ii Carroll at their home general 1 mercnandise store at WhittierI, corners of even the far =North." :, the patronage of our people it CLERK OVERSTREET of the Y. P. C. E. society! Saturday a

:ear \arroou_. here last Saturday for the pur- is the firemen, and we hope all those' evening, Aug. 23rd was carried on d ;,t
was
of taking an examination forpostmaster Miss Lucy Buckets .entertained a who can not attend. this dance: will MAKES GOOD FIND with the most success.. a
E i l I'jzenberry' in of the pose
charge
,' at his town, and that he number of her friends :Monday evening : drop a dollar into the hat for good I
Cry roo Katz's |
passed.t the examination and i ivn.l at a birthday party at her home. luck. Solomon in all his Glory was some .tea, p4.
? ,,, creditably
t NJnday evening for Baltimore andSes WHEN HE APPOINTED PAUL H.
the appointment there car**"corner ot Church and :Mabbette I Bear Cat. But he never had nerve
York' to buy goods for the firm. receive The member of the Junior Aid of
MARKS AS ONE OF IIISOEI't'TIES.
he is exceptionally l i, streets. The evening was spent most; enough to wear a green! hat with a n
3, xniTh,,! join. Mr Katz in Baltimore.. !be little doubt as ? the Christian church were made happy I '
and holds a high positionin delightfully in singing and playingand Ijig bow in the rear.
well educated ;
last week by the gift of almost forty i I
JohR Woodall, after an absence both the business and ,social life. in eating the many delicate refreshments :'volume as nucleus for a Sunday

ri'r. served by, the charming young I I I FOR SALE-Seed potatoes for fall .
i months, much of the tim his -ection. donor
; School library. The generous The official roster;; at the court house"

tItr., fpt nt at Macon Ga.. returned. will leave for Lakeland '' hostess. ''was Mrs. Treble. of Cincinnati, Ohio. !! received a valuable addition recently planting; Spalding's Rose No.4,
H I' Dutton $1.50 bushels l Uliv..r.t .
ore McKelvey
Monday morning, and will en- he will take pernanent :\li Woodward, of Atlanta. and F. who. with her family spent last winter when J. I. (Oxerstreet clerk of ,*
:Sunday, where | th"l Box 474 Kiseimmee. 36-4t
r /r 'nc. mercantile business.A harire of the store of the II. Lawson have joirtly rented one ;i i in Ki--immee.. and expect to return circuit: court, appointed; Paul Ii. I

B ", ''', -1t. representing that moat !uttor..tUrn'o in that city. lie of the, stores in Mr-. I'liley's, building, I I this ear The Junior Aid is no"\' ': a> One olf his deputies. '

unl!l.e" paper. The Florida Grower. n... .rlectrd I 'I' X Johnon for the poItioa on Broadway. Mi- Woodward, who ,:1' planrurg to add to this nucleus and in-.I' Mr :Markbut recently came to

."pe".hr Il the week in Kissimmee and of assistant In 'the Lakeland I ian exptnencfd milliner:! will openu Itt" ,'ontra b utlons. A. book "shower"will I Ki-Mmmee' from Topeka Kansas. I

01 nee f'irnr' with much succes-. in the -t..rv.> The Lakeland business pf this millinerytore, and Mr Lawson will be held. at the residence of Mrs. | where he \\employed as a clerk in Park Hotel

and Aultman. ::51T! ; Broadway next the L'. S weather bureauHe
,' moved to a new handle! ladleanil children'goods! ,, S B. ( government
sal been
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--.l.-criptions to his publi! ato ,, -ni has Just
I'utton' -tales that' art novelties. Mi:-- Lena Lord will I! rue-day afternoon but books will bee i 1young man of considerable
I Mr
and
Corner and
Dakia
I location Broadway Ave.
1 vt I the be-t places of have charge of Mr I a\\-on'. portion : welcome at any time, and the Jirmorn' ability: and11: Overstreet I is cun-
have one
.,. ..-MSB Woodward, a profs>- t they l lakeland.t of the business hope that their friendin other irrauiuitmjr! himself! upon his tiiul.Mi .
.
uorai' i J.-e residing in Orlando spent l.u-ir.i-' >' >In i churches will aid them in this projectWeaver's :Mark-I i.- also prominent in Open September 1st.

'ands : church Sunday I'r. The :Merchant of Venice, with Eduuad I' churi and lodge woik. He is a tnemI -
:' Alty friends here. She wa .\ the r-upti-t
of
ac''m . I andpMparuti.n. )11.e, in the leading role andupported painting a memorial) I ,nf', the Methodist church and Rates:
p" ,, ,] on her vl"lt'bv Jack -Ar- Molt aril J! -peak on poes.ion cr prior +
Aninventory by a lull company of Ncw5'otk :.: thi- great Titanic disaster, is now on $1.00 . . . Per
:ad. o' ,. ,of Orlando's foremost bu-i-I morning and night./: tti his coming to this city was one of Day
: will will'' lot'l the attiai yin/>> at exhibition. in I F. H Lawson's window,! ,
rsl mt-r on wnat \\e have now | p'uyor- the most active workers in the Knights 6.00 . . . Per Week .

taken; in th. mornm,*. At niKr tpu'paratmn the Pastime "M September Mh. This next t door to !postoflice. The scene I is and .Ladies of Security, one gf the ,
'' 1.
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The Home/' from e talented is ht TV for ore performance iho-en at that awful moment when the III''
Bakery has moved for' hung and for dying sampan laij IC"t fraternal insurance orders '
!t.t Wi, and Wood- '' last life-bout was being lowered The "j One block From passenger
.in building on Darlington and for eternity: "' 11Il.* treat- |, only Manner the West.
(twae for time be the m-t liberal how is completely! submerged and the I depot, electric I lighted throughout
ml beikhould
? the Butler building on IK.too lazy to J get up I pi\vn In addition to this Mr. Marks is
. ed.[ I'" not for his effort in trying to throngs on deck could feel the. chill and modem in all of its "
"a. thoroughly :Make
" and ,is now more ,. to church, brother. } patronage -omrthintt of a writer having written
?? I" com of witnessing embrace of death blowly stealing upon ,
ictu'pPe'i' I <1 han ever before to serve its L'.1lnt't"' come to church ; pive our people the plea-ure e\eial ki'Uhe" which are now on ppointments.
01 torn.-- It tour ,, play of such a high, char- them. The scattered" wreckage upon and : "
: attend to business, you a : I both the professional amateur Table furnished with
.you ylway- .' of, the lint class. the dark and dreadful deep tell their errey
hour. Comeeand utter by performers tr.ides t having written
manyatule ,
just one ;, -tatce.
the
The Services delicacy market affords.
: regular meeting of St. Johns .know. own _tor)'. The, artists brush briilgs I

Go:1d: will be held at the home of Mrs. find welcome.C The eightet-n-months-old boy) of Mr. you nearer to the scene and speaks I He >iat far western making newspapers.his home I'| 36-4tpd +"
t present
H. Bullock of Tar and Mrs. J. P. Wilcox, on Brack street, words. Mr. Weaver
on Tuesday afternoon, and J. T. Conder eloquent than
more
\ Clark ( their I with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. S'I| -
"9'tember' 2 here last fell, into a fire in the yard at : to study .
of at 4 o'clock. All ladies 11,11 Ky., spent a few days } and will give an opportunity :Marks, 112 No. Vernon avenue. j - -
the Episcopal church are! cordially leaving Friday for their home. home Saturday afternoon was I painting to those in Kissimmee who I oooooooooo'ooo"O""fDano

1tTitt'j to be present. week, were highly pleased I painfully burned about the arms and I; wish to take lessons. :'J6-lt LUKE: M'LUKE SAYS : I| & Dann 4
Both gentlemen had been lighted '
I' section of Florida, i in fart I hands. A trash pile At 16 she wants a Prince Charming
R- May returned! Sunday from j with this hereso I in the yard and the infant was playing NOTICE. 'I t''
i it that they will return I| with the features of a young god. At
fending the annual convention of ; so much so when the mother went into Grocery Company101
Amen weeks to remain permanently I, about, I 1! All pupils who have examinationsto :30 a wall-eyed! mutt with pink whiak- ev

at St. Louis, and says of all I a few Chirk while here having selected'tfe the housa.for a moment and left the take before being regularly pro- erg and a game leg looks mighty \ Broadway,1: ,,1 ist,
Mr I
Places I heard
r he Louisj"ihtled were ,
visited St. Screams
ever which he will pur child alone. moted are requested to meet me at good to her.Kowadays. I
to head the list for heat property out again Mrs. Wilcox
r were profuse in their and rushing the school building at 8:30: o'clock, a man would rather have Operates the Cleanest Store
Sr *' his suffering was intense. chase. They they found the baby in the fire Dr. Hicks.' 4th. his in the than take I Freshest Groceries
v of our climate saying ; the'i Thursday morning, September picture! papers and Sells the r
Z / ay also visited Chicago, Cincin- praise before coming here was hurriedly called and dressed I ihances on having a monument in a .. ... '
tat and could not believe | that them R EVANS, I of Any House in -- .. -i1'L.;: '
states II
Oklahoma City and states Dr. Hicks .
"*' at no \ that the weather was so cool and injuries. but not serious. i Principal. park. .. too.ooooooooo" '.." ,
place 'did he find businessaadltioas I II juries were painful ,
during the summer. wtit
as favorable as here. pleasant I <'Ir


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FRIDAYAUGUST29.
,..,; ,r PAGE 6. . THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE _
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.I D R. C. I*Phy.lcUn HYATT: and ;,, 'liT COSTS MORE death in three rate years.by twenty-three per ent: .' STAY ON YOUR FEET CLASSIFIEDA'DVERTISING

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Surgeon"Phanes There are those, even in progressive LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY

If .' TO LIVE THAN IT Florida, who ridicule vaccination axa AT LAWSPECIALIZING
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Of flee, 197 Xlaaimm.. L. preventive of smallpox, and their Taking Calomel Means Staying. Home -- '

: :Bea. 248 Florida criminal responsibility'' for pVomulfat-; for the Dl-Take Dodson's LJyer I Five Cents Per Line -

L: DOES TO DIE Ing: such unbelief varies in proportionto Tone and Save a Da,.'. Work. /. fach Insertion:. IN.

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their influence .
II : -
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: 'TiM.JUVERS.MJ ABSTRACT .
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'- .. FOR SALE. ,
!1I -& :There are those In Florida-some of If attack of biliousness
an constipation or
PHYSICIAN SURGBON WHO PREFERS DEATH TO LIFE ? them have known the horrors of yellow Hits you, there's' need to FOR SALE-Bay saddle hone. Apply .AND

Office over Ouceola PlvarmacjR fever and have seen. friends, brothers take dose of calomel and 22tfci'r TITLE WORK
a spend at to E. G. Vans Ajnew.
.
k t ldepo* 63 and sisters'perhaps, falling about themto .
least *
of
: PHONES I. a day getting over the effects -
r OIflO8 148W.L. TilE PATH TO, HEALTH. EVEN almost certain death who terms. 8TATC BANK BLOO,
_ _ _ ( repu- it. Kissimmee Drug Co. sells the LOTS for sale. Cash or .

THOUGH !T COSTS MORE TO diate the belief that the germ of this liver tonic, Dodson's Liver Tone that Also bearing orange grove. G. F. OOOOO+ OOoOO
WINN dreaded + OOOO. +
disease is carried by the mos takes the place of calomel and starts Parker. 23tf
LIVE THAN TO DIE, quito, even though the doctors who
PHYSICIAN lazy liver without any .bad after-ef
IS PLAIN. have taught this theory have provedits
fects. mare, age
Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.KuiBIMMK. i FOR SALE-Fine iron-gray

RaIDIINCII :tuOTPICB correctness by banishing the pes- Dodson's Liver Tone does all the 5 past sound, gentle, work anywhere .

f JIt ProNE V7"TR. FUOIUDAHONC tilence from Florida and the islandsof good; that calomel] ever did, yet it is good condition, $200. 'Phoneor :t THE '

It costs more to live than to die. the Carribbean. absolutely harmless to young )people( address W. W. Bonncy( Orange :

DEWITT T. LIGHTSEY: It costs more, but we considerately There are some, even among the I and old. It is a pleasant-tasting vegetable Center, Fla. 'in 0--o MaiiliattaiiHotel

f THIC PHYSICIAN call that person insane who prefers medical profession of Florida, who I liquid that will relieve constipation J '.

death to life. The sick, the invalid, still hold to the long disproved theory I or sour stomach or other troubles MISCELLANEOUS.MISS .

Residence OfRce Phone Phone!98 274 are deprived of earning power; their I that malaria has its origin in the miasma 'that go along with a lazy liver, without 3 I Attention to

illness. is an expense and they are a of foul and undistuibed waters. restriction of habit or diet. You don't PETRIE will resume the exercises Special

State Room Bank 3 and Bld'g 4 Kismmmce, Fla burden to their friends or their families There are some who disbelieve in leave off any of the things you regularly of her Kindergarten and Pri- I f. the Traveling Public

'. I and a continuing tax upon their the germ theories of disease transmission ] do when you take Dodson's Liver rpary school, I 117 Sumner street, on I ::: Just ncrott the square from

JJK. J. W. SIMPSON;; sympathies. If a plain statement of -although; these theories havelioen Tone. :Monday, Sept. Kth Address :SOTyiurch .|. A. C I.. DepotKISSIMMEI3

the ruse I be not conwidered too toldbloodtd ,, so long and so thoroughly established The Kissimmec Drug Co. sells Ddson' ( -t; street 2r2tIAS'l'On (. :! : :?: FLA.

DENTIST. death bungs. an end to their that they have ceased to be :< Liver Tone and give it a strong pocketbook X: ,

\ Upstairs in Katz Bulldlul!, physical suffering and it brings an theories.It personal guarantee They say: "alarge Monday. ( about night$!>1.00 a, Finder . . . -
containing ,
If tw 12 end to the cost of maintaining an Unproductive -
I m. m. bottle of Dodson's Tone
OFFICE: [.'r '.)...*-. I is a question whether there exists Liver leave. at Ca; ettc office and
r 1-30: to:3Up.:: ni. member of society.. Thecost sells for 50 cents, and we will hand please oooooooooo ooooo
Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. I Ivr with death. a person more to be pitied than get reward. :.iU-tf;
i stops back his 50 cents if he
I the of who any person
man ordinary intelligence, --,-- i
t D] )R. W. "' .CARSON'I :Men prefer health and strength, the holds his inner consciousness or his tries a bottle and doesn't say that it LIST your property for hslc] with THE HOME BAKERYNow i

normal use of their mental] and physical instinct or his stubbornness. superiorto does all that calomel ever does and Nelson Realty Co. :35-tf

DENTIS1. powers rather than to he deprivedof the accumulated and increasing does it pleasantly. Get the genuinelIooison' _; '_ __ '_ __ I
\V Ao.TE--\lcn:: ] : and women wit nt-
any of them, yet no one thing is knowledge of the scientific andS .< I.i\or Tone and if you are
Office over CoIe'JeweIry Store more distressing to the modern sanitarian h" in to world not pleased with it we will give your i rd at onic" to niaki-. big prifits introdiidiip .
\
persists holding disproven, I
Office Hours
8-12.1-5
: "Wonder,, Cloth" to every)
( ,:: I
back
than the exhibitionsof with smile. 36-lt
Adv.
constant
money a -
Office J&8 dangerous, even death-bringing theones ;
phone ;'
1 I Ditnon- Broadway- .
I town
household) j in >, our i
Residence 23 careless disregard of those things I I 18
) of disease origin. If there is
I It'easy Located
the *-
stratiand take I moni-v(
Gas administered for extraction( of teeth that make for health. Without he- to he commiserated thanhe. ,
man
a more
which is fond of hav.ing its back rubbed Addicss, Wonder, (Cloth. Box
ing considered( a "crank" on it i, the who with the knowledge .
is one I I.'fif
and is'l'n always. eager to rub Hi:!: Ki .lml1H'''. I'ln :'I.r4tp at
D R. G. E. PARKER matters of health, it is possible fran ( of exact sanitary science within its back __ :V:
against any human hand that
I )' man or woman of adult years. to Ins l'eH'h-nay, thrust upon him-goes: be thrust into the water Prob WAnE) :, the tuner, Orlando. p J. \. !
DENTIST enjoy uninterrupted use of his or her may) p .'. .,'j,
along< his thoughtless way, trusting{ :
OFFICE OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY phj'-ual powers at their highest development that a kind I'rovidence, that has i ably Ananias himself never heard of WANT1:; I is in I the Valli-.v, (;Juyetloan. 5.: J. II I HEED .. Prop. 'r.;)f.of..

Office Hours: HOO: ) to 12-00: Noon Note that the limit of such a fish.-Industrial Index. th<. nuuns of ,,' rug anil renting : ;
him the where dis-
brought to years .s.
1 ::00( to 5:00: P. M. all 'other means ipi
these powers is personal to each, for i-ic'lion, is piesumeil to have had achance i iI I piopeityvh -n oooooo ooo. .
some get a stall in life with the handicap I TOO( 1 INQUISITIVEYoung fail 'I'I l ,i\' it once "i ri'Mts, II I""'
DR.) II. S. GEIGER to guide his way will render I .:..:.. oO>oH <0 <0 oo
of an inherited weakness or disfigurement harold was late in attendance ..
PHYSICIAN! AND 8UROBOJI' him immune to the workings of nature's .1 I MEET me at Kis.immee Drug Co"I I

Citizens Bank Building .: a punishment put upon laws. for Sunday-school, and the minister p and we will get a drink of the best :: M. TILLER

Kissimmee, Florida innocence for the sins or neglects of The path to health even though it I inquired th.- cause, says Harper's soda water made 3Itf .1.

Phones: Office 297 or 64 pieceeding generations. But a kind costs more to live than to die, is plain. :Magazine > :I!: Real Estate Agency.

and wise Providence removes a large I "I was. going fishing hut fatherwouldn't j
FOR RENT.
Residence, 265. 14-lyr I It I is being made plainer-every day, |I ): ................................
percentage of these handicapped by and the wayfarer, though he may be ]let me, announced the lad."That's : - I
1 F1l1< >! KKN: : I Two. pleasant! furnish
P. A.4N8 AGNEW W B. CRAWFORD inheritance in the earliest years or I foolish, need not stray from, it, if he the right kind of a fatherto married : Realty bought and sold.
months of their existence. have the oil rooms for gentlemen or : Houses rented.
really cares enough about his life to replied reverend gentle I ::
; Summl'rs.I I I60S
t. VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW Nature, left to herself, is working walk in that way. man "Did he explain the reason why couple. :\11'181'Y: M i:: Taxes paid and Titles ver-
:u.tf;
constantly to better the race, to raise The world is growing better; it is. he Would not let you go ?!" ( IVntield avp. :: find for non-residents.

t the standards of physical perfection.The growing.: healthier because the regard I "Yes, sir.. He said there wasn't FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story k Fire. Life and Accident InSurance -
0111<'....: 3-4 1-6 CltlzenH Itnnh OullilliiK : bait enough for two." St. North X
law of the survival of the fittest for sanitary methods of living is. store building on Brack ,
Kissimmee Florida Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf : Indemnity Bonds.
is always in operation among human stronger; in the intelligent community j i.!

beings! as among the animals of the today" than ever before, because men !MT ITKWKftT.Minlc I DWELLINGS for rent opply to M. .;..:.. :--. y.
GEIGER.
t ; H.D. jungle But this law is almost aaconstantly take better care of their bodies, because uiuli'i Ht-itlon- -;-:; 32. Chapter' SS'B Tiller. .- ,'

I thwarted in its operation they are listening more care- I.HWM of Klorlili: showing. <- amount -.-- Co
or I" 5I" charged to th Tax Collt'ctor ;

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW among human beings; by their stupidity fully to the warnings of IIcit'nce Theyare ;nf,. i ""MI < :]IR <'oUTtt3., Florida to !h col I .;......:..:..:-:..>-:..:..>- ;-J,..:..>-:..:-:-
1 fin
i ti-tl th i current > i'ar 1912 and
: Office State Bank Building or their thoughtlessness, until the taking better care of, are paying tin I 1l111'.rUUI1I11l'111 of th.. 8i mt. to theN I :!: S :;: S. BULLOCKHEAL
$ $ $ $ $ S $ $
Kismmmee. Florida physically perfect specimen of the more attention to( their physical wel- ViTHl. fUlltlB Iii Whit taXi'S tl \ iIMM .
1 u I I. \ i'iipporIo..nr.I : saved liy POso.Hln.your/ .: own .;. :
adult manhood or womanhood is rare fare, and are realizing that withoutthe -- < 'z' ..
home. I have for sale a large
F. PARkER. almost to the of curios- .% .. of ( ounlr l'ua QEO. point being a sound body, kept sound by observing : 5 ::
.| I..t. A. U. IIU3. : bungalow, rooms( plastered, A
I Attorney-at-Law. ity. nature's laws, the mind, the brain 'l: closets. front and roar. porches .} .........................

1, toward into uselessness. llrtrnur .. _ I.i :)!: wired for lighting, ("U wing well, X
Science is working constantly is" handicapped To amount I ,a 'rt MHftlAmount I 1 .37990. INSURANCE
Collections and Conveyancing lollt-c-li _. 17.73 9. ..: lot, lr,0)JJt.1 150.() :i
the improvement of the race, Amount of Tax Sato _ u 96.5 + A. !small .",.rool11 cottage -a :
Specialties. and toward making that improvement tOX t Amount of Errors and Inoslvenciva I .'f.': model of neatness. Just the Y

1 11 1 Broadway. permanent and universal and uniform. ,> PISCATORIAL ARCHITECTS <- 109.51.j] 4. id'eal for a family of-two. =4? I Examination of Titles a

,'t ., Medical science working successfully < 0 IlHlanoo to. bn collectedi. .!!!!.2:00'i 1 A concrete bungalow, 5 rooms I
(.rnrral ,.. ..0..1 Kuad .; and bath, front rear and side !
(.4 F. KRIS in pointing out the causes of disease -. To amount II.R..tfaed .,_.-. 211.15.A6 I Specialty.
porches wired for lighting, deep .
Amount ctillct ..... 25.378.611 'I'
ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA. and how to avoid them. Greatas From Charleston, S. C., comes a' refieshing Amount of Tax Sale-_ 415.03 x:i: well, lot 105x140, fenced, fine I

have been its advances in curing; news special to the effect Amount Krrom and In-' I.'o! .ng shade trees in front yard. :., Corresoondence Solicited.

t : . Examination ;of Titles a Specialy. diesases its efforts to prevent it have that architect, of ;North; and South H'il\ li' ho 1 S7 12 'j' Two I .'{-loom cottar's on )largo ..> I

Notification and payment of taxes of been and they have been I 1 l-I.: | |,,M I. t.. t I.. I .Ml. c t.1 I IXIK i "Mloiint :fflot 1 in di"irallf) neighborhood }
; ('V"Ig'r".el' I ( .'i fllI1a. Alabama' Florida and (;ieoria X BaaaaBaBKtaaaBaniXKeaWaaVenCnnBHBBiC.W.GRIFF1N
Small ash . ,
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non-residents given; careful of greater value to the human race.It >{ Ito hail lii-en, attending a conitioii '1 1., ,t,minim, .tMHi ssi, ilAm.'iint 1 22 ,II., ::, , of abo\ .*.
attention. nil. I I. .1. 21 ..r.7"' :j
}has vvoiked to ledute the percentageof \ .. of menilu'i1-, their profession 1.'I".r' < '1'..i x "-i.ii.. z:;,:. ; 4I :J i.* ii inoni,( liniiMon. good street J f

th I ,,, I 1:11 .. ..,1 Ii- ,. ".(0 foot nit and JO( , ft, Ull .'.
f ", to ]prolong < lifepiimd i aught :!,t'JOO)()() J pounds, of fish in V III Ml Mt : I lit S | .UKtun' (
Hi.lv i lit I. s 1.11 41'p. j' lai.il. I ii&iI.& .. fiiiin I i.iilin.id t and .{-
AT JOHNSTON by safeguarding the noimal I strength ::
one' afternoon off the} black fish banks
I r.ii. '. . in.1"i ...II..t,1 i ,'1..''.. "..I II .*. -,". giunn:' ,)g( town *J;ilio,,) :JJ::
i individual; I life with
that tatts '
t.: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW every i ) i I.ltl, < hai lestonrhij I 1..1... jintl .r'.r.- 's'* I li,,,, ,. .aI.t n i ti 1'1 i 1\' ui.I"I1 I- A Staple and:! Fancy

10-11 I Citizens Bank Building as a I"nt' of)his, e iuipnu< ('!nt a putt of I is l"tl'I"II"I( (. hut how mm.-li '1 ,. a i"in,.mil. .1 i ssi ?_"',1 -. 'P'" ',:. >: *I lil,1<. t n ,nli i .t tin, I'i loin i I i.' In. 1 1J! .{.
.< ;: ,. '\1'.. :1 mi,mill I I 1 i nil. I. i I I-'.il -. I "I. .
h,, 'alltal! I II t'r.-' would it havi' been:. had plans Tot.. ",in, .HI,ni 'r.i \ s.ti.. s- I II I '.' .. 'limni 1' ..iln Y I 11 I ,i unalili" pi/ I n" <'s, :Xil'i :
: :- ;; .tt. Kissimmee FloridaLOUIS I : 1'it' .nil. .!. GRO E RIS1rc
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'Joo' .... Hut III tiic-Mi clfoit-N UKgicati -it a'' oj b (in itn'atiotis of the fish, asa well ,..l I ., .
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V _..t4q . Florida It H, I. ,nin. Criminal Court I lalt''!'i" -te-, x h all"II"1 I 'luttlliioi 'i 1.:1* E oj i \'. ilIt!) 'Install inhmin. ,tods, with ,t '1 1.I "I Illnlll. .1 1 .isisi. s-s, ,1 I '." _.. :::
I '!:,' MASSEY & WAKUHVATTORNEYS it i iv alino-1 a- d.'u-! i < ch IK' it:i "PI"'I'd I !Iy>: ( /,1.I, .,. I b\it, \siic, \ll Vlll'illlll HUIll.. ....1.1.\..uilJ.LI.0I 1 s..,| i,:e:; .;..:..;..:..:..;..;..;..:..:..;........:..:-;..:,,;..:..:..:..:..;..;..:':::

r Mil., nil,III I I it'I-: ,. ,,,01 I i ji j-I ISI of the Lily
AND CUNiEl.L,4' 11"I'an'I'( Hit lish "if in| lomt. of ( 01'inthianoiclei ,
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_0 CominMision. and the 1 InttrttUili' t onhrIerctConmiaaon. < l I l.iioml! theica. li of t aigii .1 ti 1 \ in.,, ,mm' t >.11..1..1| 2-e': ,
i ii-nt.:" that tlii- germ of t.vphoid : 11-H CHARLESTOH Bum (OItI.AND'II.A.') 1 I ,,, ..,, ,,,. ,
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'ilfiiing! fioni that di-<'a-i-. hint t liigir intel" estingN.ituu p
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ANDREW t i in I is laiiu-'l I I liom thl ..0UI1I"d" :: 1 1" vi-ij lavish, ;' with the gifts p, ..,.101..1 i Iis.I., s 0. : eIRT1rt

ATTORNEY AND COUNSEl.ltT:; i \T I I.a.\ ..I l I. pi.-it.
4 Will Practice all ('oUrl l'i In. ati.n lij jitlm, liuni.il!] In" intr-iitni i \ 1"11 "mtljding, the *-i.s: and ,stvlcs. of A in.I.mill. I ..1' 'J'.x Silo I'
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Office l and kept alive III t the ''fin to iaUh ami would not litui -
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I I 'The ohnou.ml'd, ) that of keep-| ''not view the ('apt u re( with any great I II itlIOlilIl.,,, .) IIHHlHH.tl tlll.j 4lils"4! 1'i
I V '''I'll''"I' nil. t'I It 'I| I i" I :
lug the fly away fioni this infection, ..lallol1 I i t! Almost I 10.;incident( with area \ Iii.,Iitt,, of Tax'i s!,"!,, ... ., 7..,. I Give
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J. \\ l1O1H1)SOfl] arTd also away from the food, basK P1t''al.\O'O'I ,\ of I the Charleston news. > 1 Klll\ t III, I ll Hnt \2 .1 _sr timelywarnlng j

j r > out and emphasized by lal! hll'ha1e.1] the a of abuse, overstrain V
IMI pointed spui" (.iittl'" one v .. ,. ,. , _.
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t 1 FUNERAL DIRECTOR the doctors It has been preachi-d, so ,'alitU I off the ('east near: Miami, Fla., SulH!> <-h,...1 III... >?. ,1_ F.tl' or complete breaking
down Flat-foot.
I constantly and that of lish that : T.I amount.' liMMMI4. ilVmoiinl 11371; (Our niral m.irkt-l', because t' -
Continuously every a weighed 50,000 pounds, < ..lltft4't| i 13r. r.1 MI r W. take medicine or rub with llnl- I
andLICENSED intelligent man has heard it a thou- was 4r feet ]long, 2'J: feet and nine ,mount" of Tux SaltM 21 5t1 many arranKf for I heir meets. I menta for auppoaod rhaumatiaro In the {I

f sand times The fact no longer a inches in circumference and eight To Hf"h..II'.I.)iimiiiint...S Krr.irs; un.l_ _ In-_ _. :{4Illlllllllt here! I feet limb and back etc. when the I
: I wbole.bIe la In the arch of the foot. I
; : r EMBA.LMER theory, has been proved! in every community feet and three inches in diameter I III In. .llll.Tlfll. I The bonee hare lowered atrmlnina the 5
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I ten"and muacloa to thepota& lnae>ilia, I
Oppoalte Courthouae in the state of Florida. had a mouth 38 inches! wide and 43 J 1- OVIJIISTIIKKTMi'i and canting awful ,
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f'' KI88IMMEK. FLORIDA. To reduce this danger in one of the inches deep, a tongue 40 inches long( s'.il) i,>k MI'f I>'In ola. 'tilt County. I'i.>urt Klorl.ia. , SCHOLL'Sr

'I largest. cities in the state its health and several thousand teeth Its liver H) .I.\ II-H\t: JOHNSTON I ii f will -1p. "Foo Eazer" I
Wf be pissed to = -
I ..03' : department proposed a municipal reg. weighed 1,700 pounds and its stomach arrange -. .1F .. the only ramedr. M..dlclne J"

: ,k 11 ulation to screen all surface closets II contained an animal weighing 1,500 1-- ---J with you for the best cuts 5, V.:: *'F ot.la-OMtaae.Baxera ftcawU'a. Jiff. I

I II. JENKINS that on account of local conditions, pounds and a barrel containing; fresh of meat either -. t: ftIM lbe bon, .float I '
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. could not be destroyed or removed. fish The killing of this minnow required -t ngt.i 1

1 I ; SURVEYOR The disease had assumed epidemic five days, five harpoons and our counter. This is a ren- : ..sdIai to..=... ._:x.d:.: C
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Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla. viously in this city, but the proposed is as related by those who helped Location For are particular about :r.=:.. =_=

precautionary measure was fought by to catch the fish and others who a Mercantile I the kind ..<<.. --.r-::::

; I', the authorities, who believed "their own saw it. Should there be any doubting Business in a Good Live they eat.RULL. .,

: .J1 .. YiYili! !Ii!Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii!Ii wisdom superior to that of their train- Thomases it is very probable the Town? ,+- .:-=r

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until strenuous persistenceby water from which the fis hwas takencan c.-uhI

: : C.: F. Thrasher the local health board, backed by be shown in support of-the- sev- I Have For Rent a Modern :r kr='tw k.lt._....

the influeir ,> of the State ABoard- eral assertions. Brick BASS
Building.E. MARKET sras,1'uruesilsssnH
brought about its enactment. The Florida leads in but
:. SHEET METAL' WORKER result many respects I .
was the reduction in the numberof it has fame. E. Wells
t I no corner on piscatorial
Steel Ceilings; a SpecUUy.P. ORDIA
WaI aa&
cases of typhoid by nearly one-half It is related, for instance, that in a Real Estate and Insurance BASS ..iilbmltli.DuttonHarris. >

( O. Box 696 KUslmmee, Fla. in the following two years' and incidentally I fish hatchery at Estes Park, Colo., 203 Broadway Fftonm 272 Manager.

1Ii .!{i. .!Iili !Ii !fjli a lowering of the city's lives a pet trout, "Little Sunbeam," r- -1 Co. .

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*EiWANT. I over to the east coast at New Smyrna were the thickest
I and said: "This is
and then north sition with the Narcoossee .
again to Daytona. my Temple and before you go we will REDUCED RATES 4
Here we surely had the time of I to start up his painting fi
our offer
up praise to God for all\ His
TO GO BACK NORTH I lives. My brbthen-in-law lives at goodness," and he did The Narcoossee Lumber Co.Philadel'I: to
; pray; a splen-
i: Daytona Beach and his: family did all did prayer it was, too, delivered in a TO ANY POINT a have carload of switch ties last .
possible to make us enjoy our visit. 1 Christian several more ready &
spirit. I understand that
: THIS JUST SUITS ME We went ocean fishing on the pier; he sends all his earnings except what IN THIS STATEON ment. ,"
Orders for citrus fruit
& caught 35 fish one morning, one a he needs for his expenses, to the missions L's
j* drum fish weighing five pounds. We I in China to i order now.Grover ,
convert the
J"THE WORDS OF A KENTUCKIAN also caught quite a number of whit- Christianity.We nativesto I Tindall, who has .
I FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYSTHE up with rheumatism rapidly
could have enjoyed his v r
; company ,
"i" + I ing 'S''
..:, : t1ND longer, but had quite a distance marked Eugene Avant has .. xk
,; I The
( HE PURCHASED LAND AT ray. next day we fished from the off for our We
\ trip. went to Blue
south bridge which TIME LIMIT OF TICKETS IS I hauling logs for the i in
the Halifax
crosses
}NARCOOSSEE AND WILL RE- Springs, DeLeon Springs and Green TWENTY-FIVE ber Co. to their mill at this
DAYS, UP
J'i'm TO
river. Here
;? we caught quite
,;'t.1"ba : TURN HERE AND GROW I a Springs all were fine and wonderful We have a barber shop .
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number of AND
queer looking fellows spreadof INCLUDING FIRST
a perfect fairyland. We had
a this
j .t I FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. ( croakers and fish place. rr .
.I::r.:I( ". i jail and were very good things to eat, at Blue Springs TUESDAY IN DE- If our school keeps to t
: ?> much interested in the different
( shaped and from there
'v ,; 'lWJf we went to Enterpriseto CEMBER. will have to have more b.
jelly fish passing beneath the
\ ,tr; look over a poultry farm that feeds ity. nt
bridge, some being just beautiful. 4,000 pure white leghorns all\ fine I
,
Mr. Chas Montsdoca has
:4Covington, Ky, Aug. 14th, 1913.- Afterwards we had a fine ride down healthy looking birds I The Seaboard Air Line R. R. an- I II I ;
They contractto house owned
.' 1 (To The Florida Grower-My) son and the beach to the inletgoing as far as furnish 50 dozen j nountes the following fares from formerly by I?}
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aJ eggs every day. son, and his mother and i
( made .
,: recently a trip to Florida. the lighthouse. Here we climbed the Our trip back was points mentioned below to points south I''er will -
just as fine stop- move in at once.
W Started on July 1st, returning on 185 feet to the top and from this elevation at Lake Monroe where I lof and including O ala. ,
ping we sam- Wm. Montsdoca and J.
15th We went south as far as we had a grand view of the At- pled some splendid water from a I From Washington, D. C., round trip ; making improvements at in ,

''4jfJ *., then around the lake to lantic Ocean for miles; such an eye- spring that bubbled up as big over ; $Jr,00, sold first and 3rd Tuesdays in Runnymede.TAX '
I' .coossee feast of each month to and i I t
tumbling, surging ever mov- as a dinner plate, close to a big tree. I up including 1st
: our first night was spent at Kis- Tuesday in December. : -
ing white-capped waves. Oh, I never It was the best we had had in Florida. i ii THE VACANT it
.ialmmee. ) and the next morning we took could get tired of this. Every morn- Some of the roads were covered with i I i The Merchants & Miners Tran naltttoll through the city, both being tution Company sell from their if A
ing while we were at Daytona Beachwe pine needles and they did smell so i points: ful investigation showed
I 1 v1dallghted with what we saw. Said I I Boston $40.50 round |
sold
myhoe"We walked 3 or 4 miles up and down good as we speeded along under the I trip September men's rents in Pittsburg &,
don't want to go back north, the length of the hard strand; it was I big trees that lined the roadway. We I 13th, October 4th and 18th, {the highest in the United ., '
,;\ ifIII6i.Ju.t suits me." The temperature I November 1st, 15th and 29th
all so fascinating to us. I made two stopped on our way back and gathered ing much above Chicago and
,'": right. Flowers were on every I trips real early just to see the sunrise wild flowers and they kept so fine I Philadelphia, $33.00 round trip sell- .
every yard filled with them, andy I ing dates same as Boston. -
I and it was certainly an inspiring that I brought some north with me.
.mocking birds were singing tljeir sight. We went bathing in the ocean (: Several people asked me how it was From Cincinnati, Ohio., Cairo, III,
test. I confess that I felt like I Owensboro, Ky. Evansville, Ind. Paducah
my and I do not blame the kids for wanting that we kept the flowers looking so ; ; -
did. I was thinking of old Cov- Ky., $25.00 round trip, sold 1
: to go morning and evening. It is fresh and I had to explain that the
'I 'n, Ky., with its 107 in the shade; such sport; no end of fun. I baskets contained cans, which we kept 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in each month, Button's Special"
ireeze whatever with the nights at We later had a fine trip over to De- filled with ice water several times a limit 25 days, with exception that dur-
almost beyond endurance. Land and out to the grove of Lue Gim I day. L. D. December, January and February the r 'r
'e surely had a fine night's rest at Gong lie surely treated us fine and limit is 12 days. Shoes for Men'r i

: mee and found it just as pleas- Showed us all over his grove; showedus i Chicago, III., $36.50; Cleveland 0.,

rat Narcoossee the next morning fruit that has hung on his orange,II TWO NEGRO TOUGHS $35.50) Detroit Mich., $35.00; Pitts- .
Were there for two days and had trees for two years and still looks burg Penn., $37.90; Omaha Neb., $3.50
'.'Undid. time looking over the fine fresh .. though it just ripened. Hit ROB AN AGED MAN $49.50; Kansas City Mo., $41.50; St:

is groves, banana plantations and grapefruit was also fine. He had two Louis Mo., $31.45; sold first and third Advanced Styles in New Fall Good ''
"I"... pineries.. I bought 33 acres along kinds growing on one tree the old Tuesdays, limit 25 days except for 3 '
,. *ilake and I think that we will sure- variety and his new one. He pickedone SECURE $167 AND ARE STILL AT :' months above quoted when limit is Now Displayed r
: r41 pleased with our location having of each and showed us the differ- F i 12 days. I
i LARGE, THOUGH DILIGENT From New York to Jacksonville We have them in Patent Leather Button Pat- '
_muck land.
;;+ and part citrus We ence. The old was dry, with the seeds
,1 y have our order in to have it sprouting, while the new strain was SEARCH IS BEING MADE Fla., via Pennsylvania and Seaboard ent Colt Blucher Russia Tan Button Rus- ?
."'t 41d and planted to oranges and juicy and had al fine a flavor as any II I there will be sold October 6th to February Tan Blucher, Gun Metal Button, Gun Metal '

(rj' .....fruit. limes and a few lemons. I ever ate We will surely make no I I FOR THEM. 16th on Mondays and Fridays Blucher Vici Kid Blucher Plain Toe Vki r'' t

.j, ';! were saying in your Florida mistake in planting Lue Gim Gong I :' with final limit April 30th a second Kid Congress Plain To. '- ,
class (good only in coaches) ticket at
': er that when a person got Florjdav'fand oranges and grapefruit. Lue bad quite ) 1FORT
.I I Wm. Hass, a newcomer to Orange
\ in his shoes once he would a lot of fruit still hanging on his trees Center from Imoden, Va., went out I $35.00. -: :-

),'always want to come back. I must,1)il'i""l'Otten the only grove I saw that still had Sunday for a little walk. lie went NARCOOSSEE ITEMS

{ quite a good deal in mine, any ripe fruit on the trees that was north on the railroad track and" finding ]I' Dutton-Harris Co. t
; Jj, can hardly wait for the time to good to eat. His oranges also had the Mr. McDonald at home stopped for I' Victor Hill has returned from an FITTERS ;

: e...p when we may call Florida our very finest flavor. I am sure that I : a short visit While on his way back extended visit to friends. at New

{\ ." wish him well. Everybody speaks of i(: to town rain began to fall, and he Smyrna. n' '
'e" then went as far north as Or- him in the highest terms. He tookus : stopped under an old roof that had D. E. Proper has resigned his po "! w
': City Junction and from there out into his where the trees I n
grove
ties. While there -----
been two ,
A I I placed on I e
I' a; I --- -- -- I: two negroes happened in for shelter i
rt IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiillMMItlllllllllllllim'Legitimate and broached: r. Mass to sell him a a
watch for $2. Mr. Hass concluded to

I buy the watch, and took the money I
', from his pocket to pay the men, when i
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t t one of them grabbed the money and l -
struck Mr. Hass on the
t. I the other one : ,
head with a pistol making an ugly I .
and[ ConservativeMust wound just above, the right ear. The I
blow dazed Mr Hass so that he was I Fruit Pasture
unable to see which direction the ,
negroes went The time was 12 noon, '; .

be the predominating and at 1:30:: :\1 r. !lass got back to Orange i I Farming Grazing ,
Center He does not think that

feature of and air he lost <'ciouinesa, but as the distance : - ?
trans ,
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any
% '>f4 only about a mile to walk Trucking TimberLANDS

actions connected with the home, he must have been at least I
dazed !longer than he thought. The .

affairs of this bank. alarm scattered was in spread every direction at once, and citizens the :I 3

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:[,Securety and Safety Sheriff Gordon of Orlando Center with and his I' t Mfc",t ,*

deputy headed the came search to Orange among the negroes. I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body'

FLi of all our funds and those at MiLauiK, The brutes are still at J
large They secured $1(>7-one $100 From Ten Acres to One Hundred j -' -

i of our depositors is our first bill, two $_<), two $10, a five and a JA
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I two dollar bill. Thousand Acres. ..I'
and foremost consideration.

Every time mother folder catches she father has A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a
railroad
studying a I

|fIle want your business visions thing she of him caught eloping him with talking that to snippy three Full Description. and Terms of. Sale.-

on this basis; I months before. '-

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/1( }1 T/\E EYES I c:: :::::::: "' 1:I felt their An sympathy great estimate misfortune made from have our our. .flowing heart- If YouHesitate ,and ells they then and crawl DOWT have over scatter through roaches COMMIT dishes disease.e..en arid In IUIOIDIDDon't your cooking germ. and home.drain and utan-for a. ,'1 I 4,'


: I well shows alow of water equal toa nithy. poisonous 'odor. Don't Uaa puta
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for roaches drag their '-
kill-roaches
to
r OP: THE- :t Seated In a favorite rocking chair plnt-ln six seconds, 10 a minute, 600 to Have wine* and legs through It and trail It
? home and over rour-.at-
hour through your
(I beneath a gigantic oak, the shade of I i an 14,400 every twenty-four bin, The least speck of phosphorus '

which,protects us from the heat of the : hours, showing that over. UOOO'peo- Your Shoes paato will kill a person. Hundreds of i

MNWORLD. .II sun, a cool northwest wind tampering I 'ple could be kept in water during a people are kpw killed what in this killed way them.and theynever You
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: the atmosphere, Rex 'would .: severe drought, and good, pure, wholesome Repaired d" know. that. If a chicken eats. ,a roach la
I t hOn et has bean .killed with pute tit adpud
i I be hard to please were he :4lrtaiblY"1 water; and 'the number'of! flows chicken, and If a Aog ea th 'I

ARE ON THE MAN fied and cpntented with his present I I that exist in the county, many of them account of looks, you chicken pat the It doff Is a It dead will dog kill and the!If bustards.buzzards 'I\I

surroundings. No. 15 collar encircles 'much stronger than that from whichour don't know the kind of repairing You might better have roaches In your ,

) f his 15V4 neck and his garments generally I' calculation was made, the flows we do. We promise \life home by than uslntr taking peels:, for chance the roaches with .your will (VI

correspond with the 'throughout the county are unobstructed not l ki)1'ou and the paste will. A.be's4.4., .,
season.One in advance make contain. polaon and I
5A5 to no
your R.H..1t< Pepper
I .. of the finest lakes in the county I by dry weather and are just as ..,:
-- I guarb1
:1\ bold' old shoes look almost as
: \ on our front, cattle, horses, goats etc., during a continued dry season as nntn. limo huffs moths and other Insects.

1 .ten on our right and left and rear-all < 'they aN when we have continued wet good as new-and at a very I 2S.a l box at all drug-glsta.; ,34tpMMH ,

this combined with one of the finest 'seasons."' There is said to be 316lowing remarkable cost. Unless

It PAUSE for a moment young man and give a thought to self. ) flowing wells in this county or any wells. this' countyenoughto you have all kinds of good K: OK Al) ll.MSTHATORFor '

other furnish man woman and Flaal UI.ca.rge.
I part of t the state-freestone every ,
problems that confront you now or will a few years '1 water with just the lightest mineral- child in the trio "of states mentioned I shoe money to throwaway '

hence. | constitute' a genera! make-up that but 'with* drinking water at least. Pumpsand YOU SHOULD 1'nn; KOLA('OMIT COUNTY Of COUNTY STATE JlJrHJBOM ,

Look about you-the men of affairs in country state, nation I: very fe wcounties can compete with. wells are also numerous the water !','' MAKE THE OLD ONES LAST OF FI.OHIDA.
I This is Cobb mainland Mr. 'in most instances being cool and pleasant -
Editor in .
AS LONG AS POSSIBLELet In'. Kmtmtr: at 1111... S. Gkavdler..
-yes, in the world are the men who started to save early in life ordinary wet weather a peninsula and to the taste and as wholesome I, .Vu.cIs h'.r'.hy given to all whom

They have the respect and confidence of the community.Then j j I after excessive rains an island. A the t flows. We raise lemons enoughto us show you how we it JnfrtiurA man;, ron-i'tri, ,l U\ t that 1 '1I4. on 1 shall the. fith day to of

water oak hammock ( convert our 'water into lemonade, morali,, !L. T M' Judge. of "
at present a new make old shoes look like ih.II .Murphy
look the other side-at the fellows who spend all they
on 'and Cane sugar sufficient to sweeten it u.t I "Co..it IIM Judge of !Probate for '
]' ground clearing, constitutes the principal infinal .disharir, as Administrator
make-they may have a good time for a while, but what does their crop-producing portion of the 'and our ice plant in Kissimmee could new ones. .I l tin: "slat" of William 8. Chandler ,
'I' .1." ,-iiS"cl+ ni..l, \ that at the same time I ,
personality reflect? plantation; chickens, ducks and 'produce enough ice to keep it cold i will. piit.. nt' to said Court my final ac'milt -
guineas the producing element 'Tall Osceola a poor county if you A. WitzSHOE ,,Administrator of said estate.
egg
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i- 1 .si 1 h for their approvaL
In Which Crowd Will You Stand? 1; and feed cows furnish us with an l like hut our immense herds of cattle REPAIRING I 1'.1 June W 13\\'A.CHANDLER.II 1913.

'produce cattle kings, our droves of
abundance of wholesome milk. Mr. and HARNESS WORK .1. : m' '; nMIIHK Administrator.
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A dollar or so deposited in this bank will)) be the I Oobb and his three boys are busy horses produce horse kings and our Just back of Citizens Bank, on

nuclei of an honorable, independent career. I| farming during the interval between 1 'gangs of hogs, hog kings and the numerous Darlington avenue. OK. IIMTHATOH! .
< For ..I..l.DI..r....
the fishing and sheep, sheep kings, and we
Make Your bankbook seasons, generally suc-
your beginning now-today. IN < 01'HI OF <'<)L.\TV Jl IXiK. STAT
I(I cessful fishermen during the continuance 'only: need population to make this one I '
will pave the way. OF KIOHII. 0% KOI.A COUNTY.
i of said seasons. The hook and 'of the finest counties in the state. I In re Kalatr of (...".....e II. iTer.' dee.._

line is the present method adopted in Not the growling snapping snarling' No. 666 ed:
N; .l.. in her.'by xl\"n. to all whom
STATE BANK OF securing the finny tribe and the skill '. sort who are ever ready to find fault i j .t ni.i', .ni'-in' / that on the loth day

with which Mrs. Cobb controls the with everything they see and hear but i iIi This ii a prescription prepared especiallyfor .,,'. |P..mb'r A .I) 1913. I shall Jute
i n in- 1/r..I T M Murphy. .
brave industrious persevering hardworking MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. ,'
household affairs makes this one of 1 .tld! "urt as Judge of I'robate. for
I and hard Five or 1i iz doses will break any cue, mod '11. fli. tl .liMcharne+, : as Administratrixih.
-- KISSIMMEE the most desirable localities that Rex !/ thinking lot of peo- : . .
if taken then at tonic the Fever will not I of mite of '; -'lrK" II. Ivey. deceasI -
has had the good fortune to Visit. ple who, will adopt a systematic method return. It aclt on the liver better than I and. that, at the same time. I will
|p. >-A'nt !In sad i"ourt my final account
of cultivation; those who come here i After leaving Mr. Alfred Bronson's with a determination to succeed and I ...lt (r.: Ih>'lr al'pr.\aI
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Capital $50.000.00 we remained in Kissimmee a few dayslodmg I> ;LI.A IVET.
i with good, hard common sense enough I m' "'". pil Admlnl tra 1 '
Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00 at the Inn at under -
present
to do the right thing at the right'
r $ the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- Sprigg FlemingCLEANING OIUIKII FUR I'l IH.ICATIO.VI
Officers and DirectdrsC. (j time; m"nho, instead of finding !
nett. The lady of the house has all fault with all-wise \ I Mi: < Illl t I I lot HT OK TilE Till
A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Prest. an Creator because
things requisite for the comfort and Jl, ll I \I. < 1111 I IT OK FI.OIUDA.
' M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest. he doles not at all times send them
I convenience of the guests at their IN \ \ Full OeEOI.A <"Ol'>-
ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier disposal. suitable seasons, will go to work witha PRESSING I II I I' I II4.M KIM.M. .
will to make the most of such
seasons -
,: I DYEING ud I. >% \III"\ 1\U \\ 1). Kl: >\\ AItD .
a Tho Cobb domicile is Putting and
I a commodious hay setting out t ompl.laan U.

dwelling containing!/ four bedrooms besides I potato slip_ at the same time won't REPAIRING ?

a? a good sized sitting room din
'1 i Ins I room and kitchen; the house fronts fairly samples much of the farm work '1 Leave word pi intlmiti'mi ) ?> ... lotrrr.l under. the per..u maid

a ;.j i on th<> lake and the passing and re- carried 1 on hy l our native population. will beciM/Pt! IUTHMII,' /r,'t\ irni'i I I boiBinn 11. I'almrr, or 0.1_. sad

11Att WHER: :: := SILaIrZ :I: C3-O TO S :E-3: CI.2- I pit,sutg, of numerous water craft If the sane, care and attention com- nil olhrr |>
; IMKKSITV OKI.OHII) \ Kl. \. !ST\TK. < OI.I.KCK: FOI' \VAMIIN' : I sakes I the \iew a pleasant) one. hit i'ci with the proper u>p of fertilizer) Satisfaction lutiraittecdNO In the proprrlj In '"I. 11111 d..rlh.d.It..I..h.I. .
l>alBrnvlllv TallnhnaiHeolleifc
Stand for Ilea tlopnu-nt of body, <: of Arts and Sclencea, Normal was adopted as; they are among the aala.
Bind and nplrlt of ynuair men. M Ool- School with Kindergarten Uepartmont Our (Democratic rooster still shout. Il i: 'i o i in.ni i onv I'' |p. .IIIIIK' In nfTldnvii appended
.d aegea .... dlvlaloaa-Liberal Artsi ....., School of Music. School of Art. School in triumph over past successes and mint ouccehMful Georgia farmers, our I.' '' "" II ,1 1 < ' l E..I..I.., A..I..I..rl 'I'r.rlt.. of Expression Home Economics with i county would boom itself without any lTill': < Ol It'I OK, III. < "II 1'1 1Jl I .um.' that Tliiimns" \\' Palmer
College Kxperlment Station I Esle.1 : .- I Extension Division. Beautiful location j cries hurrah for Captain Johnson and ix.i:, vl't II: OK 11.11"11\. -I." ltI"1 .. IllStaie of Klor-
.!.. DlTlaloBi Urdauate Hrhool. 10 beautiful buildings and flret-clae" his jolly crew, whenever that gentle written! articles osc I :Ol. \ < a t'I 1' 'I.,r.Hi.l.iM., ,in iinknowti. and
.1 I 'h.n HI *' saber
new brick building besides gymnas equipment throughout. Including gymnasium persons interested
1' turn. swlmmln07 pool and many aubald- and swimming pool. 42 members man's boat passes our landing. Our Democratic rooster is disgusted In rr .;.c.c..r :M4I.ION. I I.IIIK . ''I.1 |I"ii>|ii.rt\ diai-ril>i-d In the Dill of
e '1.. all rrdllorn. Lraatere. III !,IhuI. ;ilnint\ ll"d\ in. thii diun" and that
lary bulldlnsa. 61 In Faculty and officers. of the faculty and other officer with -
I I the lack of I''
322 young men from 45 Florida 413 students from 46 counties and 10 Reports from Missouri, Kansas and I present modesty *. and all persona hntlnu Il.lrom MIIKB .of Much oihf-r persons so In-
or rmandn .a..ln.C meld. l.nlnfrii t r. a.: il\ ar k unhorse. n to the
oountlesj and 21 states and foreign States on the part of one of his favorite Complaln-
countries last ..OBBloo.r Tuition Free. Board and Entrance Oklahoma declare these countries a 'i You. And. \ "nh, i'f r \ ."ii I 'If'r )1.I.I t b no* '. I- an.1 'that r.l..f| In prayed In the
Tuition Free. Hoard ..d mtranrefee Fees, (124.00 per year. For Intormatlonadd veritable hell. Wells springs and wives ; she'.i trailing! about the yard :; tlft,*d and, r. gun ii I t t. i pl.i .S' 'I.T\ ,i u" '' 'I"Inlmlnit I .Hill, o( Complaint, aif.lnnt such
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.. U.60 per year. Write today for reas wits a host of little heathens after her .:, ('lfklina) and d< monde. ulii't I 1.1' catalogue A. A. Murplirco President. 32-8t Edward Conradl. President. | cisterns dry, thousands of car tanks -Ither of ) eu. u... I hi\i ..,,"IIIHt i lu 1'! IS TlllCMKI-'c >ltK 'lltUEHKD that
1' 'known as guineas. He has banished humors W. I'&linur. and all
I|estate I of Milton A Clark rlnreaiird let. persons
K I full of water sent to the sections by hei from hib harum and I t lof Oaceola CountI'l'imlu, . I t., lh.uiidfrMlKii 'U.mlnir! an Internet under the said
considers her i i'I I 1 Ii inin XV rnlni"t,
rail. Parties driving out into the <' i Exec ui' r">x ',if ai'l. 1 > M.it- ur otherwise and
beneath the notice of an old rumpled I i, within two } t-ars ft'im, u.at- country to find elevated localities for I, IJalodAul.15Ih.\I 1'113 i in Hi.following described properly
i feathered hen I II I I MAIIY C CI..XIIK, : siiiint" In thi- County of Usceola and
the
sleeping during dreadfully hot i I 36-at I-:*.. -utrlx I| "tnt" of Klorlda. lo-wll
nights. In thus giving expression to Mr. Cobb has employed a man by Til.- Northeast quarter of Section 1.
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3' i r S. FLOYD the condition of affairs in these states I the name of Hall from Coffee county, I'I'I 'mortar-' :. do.n appear Township to the. 26 Cornplalnanta', Rang 11 Bill But of

Rex is using no language except that Georgia to assist the boys in the ham No11e. to the Tax rarer of 1\\1..1. _.ee Complaint Rule Uay In herein flied on or before the
November,
A. D. 1>11. to-
.," printed in'the current newspapers of mock. Hall is a nephew of Tom fitKlorldal-- wit the Ird day: of November else the

the day, nor has 'he given out anything Johnson. The City Council will meet on Tuesday said' 1T Bill 18 KURTHBH will he !:taken ORDERED as confessed.
September 2nd. 1913 for the that ,
Y. t except that which he has him pur- this order be published once a week
of reviewing and the
pORe fjuallKlnpr
They say that enough is as good asa for twelve 113) consecutive.
self read. I valuations on Keal lHtttti: and IVrnonal 1 weeks In
th-
Grocer feast, and as Rex thinks you have I I I Property an nxd \li\ 1 Ih<- Tax Ann* .nor KIHalll1m.0.11.pulillih )' Qasette. a newaP.III.T -
I lot I KlKBlmmec CIO for lh- 1913 la said UsceoU County
Now let us come back to Osceola i got more than enough of this he hopes j I i I I Thin 18th da) c.fuxuM/ t'year, 1913 '.r .f'i'l'rRl' circulation' In said County.
XX1TNKS3;
county. The dry weather which we you will count this a regular banquet ',| 36-2t J It rjll.nRItT Cits Cork ..r s.ild i-irrult James Court',\ and 1'erklns.my name Judge as

have at times experienced bears no, and enjoy it to your heart's content. < 'I li-tk ,thereof and the official sea of
8 +r H.II.I "Court!, able 30th, dayof
Get our prices on parallel to this unfortunate state of i If X. Y. L. is not heard from this NOTICE: TO < HF.nrroiiH I 1'J 1.1{ July. A. D.

affairs; we have just witnessed the> i week just charge it to our taking upi IN cnilHT OF THE (01 Nil .Ill> .(: IS. .iii, J Clerk L OVEHSTREHT."fire or Circuit Court.

I HAY GRAIN FEED dryest June, July and August that has i I the spare space. Sl'ATE OK y4)I(l l)1 Co F KItIIlBS
Solicitor for
been known in this county, but our I With best wishes for the Gazette i osrfjoi.t < or\Ti.< 12 12'I' Complainants I I

J' t r i which we make specialty wells and cisterns still furnish an' i and its able manager, we will i in I I Ii 1m rr .;.C..e at KAMI: 101. J. ! 1 abundance of water and the llrrracrdI 1'1.111.1ATION.Uep.rlmea I
flowing
the trouble for
stop this week j ---
i mercy
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I To all Creditor. i.rH.. ... DUtrlhatrrad .
wells bold I "t. .
are just as as they were '\ REX. all 1'erao.s. .....1.. < lalaaa or Uema.da .f tkr 1..1.. U. S. Lod ,
Y during the wet season. In localitiesthe ...1... Bald Katatn at (Gainesville, Florida,

:i.. ; f6d -- effect on the crops has been some I MOST TOWNS HAVE 'EM :you, and each of you. are hereby noti Aaauat 3, IBIS.i.NilTi'VE .

Q what injurious, especially the corn, I' ]If there is anything on earth that and ned and demands required which to present any olalma. : I"' i
you or either of ? hereby given that Irving
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I but in no case has the crop been seriously i- 'gives us a longing for eternal rest you may have against tho estate of I \Valllnd. of Kissimmee Florida who
r I Samuel J. Houdcrs. deceased, late ofI Oil lifceinhor 18. 1811. made. Homestead.
damaged and over the greater and deep damp solitude it is a man I I Onceola County Florida. to the undersigned Entry Serial No. 011813. for Wfc NE',

AND part of our county the crops are i n' who comes to a town or county builds Executrix of said estate, within Section S. Township 24 South Rang
two years from the date hereof 28 I<;aa'. Tallahassee
Meridian
: I ST. AUGUSTINE good condition. The oranges look up a big paying business, grows rich Dated July Hat. A. I' 1913. notice. or intention to make Commuta has filed

RETURN fresh and green, other fruit crops and then squats down on the gold O. V. K.IBBS.MRS. 11 AM IK SOUDERS.Executrix tion land., Proof above described to establish before claim Clerk to the

wholesome, the grass tender and the like a hen on a door knob, and is too Attorney. 33-8t I the Circuit Court at Kissimmee. Flor of
cattle well conditioned. The ida. on the 16th day of September. lilt. ,
present stingy to let the gravel grind in hiof na witnesses
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condition of affairs in this trio gizzard. A real, genuine 18-karat "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" J J U. 'r.rs' of Klsslmmee. Florida. I

;, MONDAY Special Train states is of course unusual, but heavy stingy, selfish man can't be honest, l; A Alton I. XNalllno llroiison. of Klaslmmee of Orange, Florida-Center,

4't ., i 1, rains in the North and West frequent and if he ever gets to heaven and has Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort lorldn A of

3 f'' $ 2 2 5 WILL LEAVE ly cause trouble which we do not hayto wings, he folds them up and walks for Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule Iola33fil| 1I"'rHeed of Orange Center, Flor-

: SEPTEMBER KISSIMMEE contend with here. It is no partof fear he will lose a tail feather or ruffle of steamers Suwanee and Corona HKNHY S. CHUBB. Register.MM .

Y any purpose of mine to assert .that a plume. plying between Fort Myers and Fort
: f J;# I IK TO C.JtIDITORI:
tb 1 a1I FIRST AT 1 1109: print the state of Florida or portions of it '' The kind of men who build up a town Lauderdale via the famous Calosahat- -

are not subject to more or less damage and county and enjoy life and make ,I chee, Lake Okeechobee Everglades and IV 1 C QI ItT OK Till: COUNTY: JUDGIMTATK

from severe' storms, but simply the best citizens, are the enterprising, I I prainage Canals. The most wonderful KOtt rLOl4uA.

declare that in the past Osceola county energetic and liberal men, who believe :: scenery in America. Wild bird KOI.A "UUNT\

via I has not been subjected to such storms. in living and letteing! others live; and and game life in profusion. Seminole l. re K.t.le of LEWIS- II. f

i The October storm which occurred several who do not when they Indians and alligators. 34-tf COIfOON
get a dollar I To all Credllora.: .,"...C..., Ul.trlbateM
Atlantic Coast Line years ago! did considerable damage squeeze it until the Goddess of Liberty - and all 1-ee.o.a. ..."1... Claims or De-

in the lower part of the state, and 1 feels like she had on a corset "..d. mfflmmt old Bstatei

wasmore or less severe in our own Such squeezing causes hard times and'' RUBMYTISKVIWill fled You and:and each of yoU, are hereby notl-
required'
to
t county, but no one was injured orseriously stops the circulation of the American I and demands. which present you. or anv either claims
cure Rheumatism of
4 For information or Pullman reservations, call discommoded and the effectsof eagle. your you may have against the estate ot
I..wla
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W. C. GILBERT, Ticket Agent Kissimmee said storm disappeared in a fedays w''I If it were not for our broad-gauged |' Colic Neuralgia Sprains., Headaches Bruises Cramps: reels County Cohoon I
JG. Kirkland D. P. A. Fla. Y. and we thought nothing more enterprising men it would be impossible Burns Old Sores Cuts and allncd Iwo years Executrix from the of said dale eslata within f
1 r' Tampa R. Beazley. T. P. A. I Stings of Insects Haled hereot.
I : I about it. The people of those states to build up a prosperous city.of .- Etc. Antiseptic July 80th, A. D. 1111. ,!
; Anodyne, used internally MRS- S. A..
i COHOON
: who are suffering from the effect r -Daily Sentinel, Orlando. and externally. Price 25 C. a K. KRIB Attorney.BS. Ex'ecutrlx.8-t-lt (,



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j IF SO COME TO SUNNY FLORID* ,
Your children to school take them to ,H. Edgar. ,Cole the, .

optometrist, and have their eye examined..;Defective eyes' :-".' :: : -" -. --, -----t-f I rv-.
,1 that cause bad vision, when properly fitted enable one toenjoy ,fills STATE OFFERS MORE IN. 10 acres. splendid Jand'quarter mire from dry 'limits. "O.e'5 1,

'1 their work, because they render every detail dutirifct- DUCEMfcNTS TO SETTLERS acres cleared. Four-room house good deep well of pure soft water; z
3 t jus tthe place to grow a fine. grove and run chicken ranch and do a ; t
v ly visible: Defective eyes that do not cause bad vision, THAN CAN BE FOUND trucking business, and have advantages of high school church -

.,; do cause headache and eyeache and should be"properlyfitted --' 4 ANYWHERE ELSE ON privileges and good. market! Ask price and terms. _.
to enable them to do their work comfortably. Dr. < EARTH. FIVE ACRES -

Ii Cole is permanently at the jewelry store. Just quarter mile from city limits, pretty location fine view of
< town cleared fenced and in cultivation good well, no buildings, ..
< Florida offers more inducements to land owned by a non-resident Just ready for crops. -
JEWELER him who will buckle on the harness
C. A. COLE -. FORTY ACRES
AND OPTOMETRIST straighten out the traces and pull for Forty acre. two miles from city limits, splendid land good for
all he's worth, than can be found anywhere I citrus fruits or trucking and farming,easily put into cultivation. less
else on this mundane sphere. than half
mile from
station.
Cheap at $25.00 per acre; favorable
But with the man who i is easily discouraged terms. I

who cannot get anlong a 23Vi ACRES

ooooooooo.oooo short time without mother's pies-she Adjoining city limits, very fine land, 6-room house. 3-room
does not deal so kindly. servants' house good two story barn, cow barn chicken house over
-- I Nature has been bountiful. She 200 bearing orange trees, beside. Japanese persimmons, beautiful .

rying on all the lines of work named, He will arrange to move his familyto has suplied us with an incom'parableclimate shrubbery and fine shade. Can look right down Main street from
RIDA STATE is large and thoroughly modern and this place immediately upon his arrival ; she has given us a soil thatis front door. This is owned by a widow who liven in Pennsylvania
up to date. home. adaptable to more uses than can be and will sell for $4500, on favorable terms.

IQLLtGE FOR WOMENIDUATES The moral and religious tone of the Messrs. Bass, Bonney, E. J. Keen ; found in any other state; she has dotted 80 ACRES t

i j college is high. The social life is at- and R. J. Keen made a business tripto the surface of the land with clear' One block from railway station A. miles from Kissimmee. bandy

tractive. All.classes of students work Maitland on Monday.A I and sparkling fresh water lakes, teem to school and church. Five acres bearing orange grove 6 bearing
YOUNG WOMEN IN together cheerfully and happily. The letter from G. W. Wade, who is ing with fish; she has sprinkled wild grapefruit trees and 200 young grapefruit trees, also 15 acres more
; ALL TilE ARTS AND fruits and edible plants throughout land winter fruits. This is excellent
i expenses are as low as is consistentwith now in California, says he would ready to plant next to an place
SCIENCES. the excellent advantages given. rather be in Florida any time than in our forests; she has provided us with for a big commercial grove so convenient to shipping facilities. -,
Every young woman in Florida who is California, and he longs for the time I flesh and fowl, she has placed under' Price including this year's crop. $7 00. one-third cash balance 1t
our incomparable soil riches that J f'
thinking of going to school for any when he can return to his Orange are f from I to 5 years.
of the state in found- daily being mined and exported. In
e purpose line of study, should give thoughtful county home. We have any kind of homes or investments desired. Correspondent
the Florida State College for Wo- fact, she has been lavish in her dis- esolicited.NELSON .
the claims of the
consideration to Flor-
was to make possible at low cost We met defeat at the election, but tribution of natural wealth.
tional advantages which should ida State College for Women. we all feel that the time and incon- But Nature must not be expected to I REALTY COMPANYBack

nce be of the highest excellence venience of going 13 miles to vote I supply it all. You must not expect of State Bank KISSIMMEE FLA.
should meet the' needs of everyof 0 O was well]) placed. It gave the other I to come to Florida and wrest from .

women in the state of Florida. 0 ORANGE CENTER < part of the county an idea of what to I the soil a golden harvest without effort ,

purpose is being admirably car- o a expect from this locality. Instead of I on your part. And in some instances -
out All students do their workr I HOHOOOOO being disheartened by our failure to the harvest will only be !gathered
I C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
specialists who have gotten their Mr. Gazette: Keep up that home 'place our man;it has helped us to get after privations have been en-

ing in the leading colleges of this patronage talk. It is good and sound together, and we are already preparing dured. When you come to Florida
,try and Europe. The young wo- and) right And after you get the for the fray at the next regular/: I from the thickly settled regions/: of the The Waters & Carson

who wishes to receive a diploma "Buy at Home"/ club organized; keep ,election, when we can vote at homeand : north, east and west, you must! expectto
the college, is offered work in Eng- the talk going until everybody has get the full vote out. Il'ave'ehind' many of the comforts
foreign languages! both ancient "jined" And say, let me make a I Mr. Muthe'son is busy erecting his : and luxuries to which you have beennccustomcd I
I) house in section 34. You must remember Grocery CompanyWholesale 1
modem, and the various science!. )little suggestion: Put out your gum i iI
ng women wishing to devote themes shoe man, tell him to sneak up to the Mr T L. Stewart of bection :21! has i that these comforts and luxuries did
music I a fine lot of new tweet potatoes. T. not always exist in the thickly populated '
to the fine arts, such as merchants and whisper to .hem to
and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES
L will]) have truck of that kind when
regions, but are the result of
and expression, are offered advan- i organize a "Welcome to our place ofbusiness"
s in these fields obtainable no- I or an "Attention to custo there is any at all I hOt,dships and privations, death and

re else in the state, and at very mers" or some other kind of a club. disaster on the part of our forefathers.
places in the entire south. Those Have the clerks join and teach them NO DiffERENCE But the'naturul grit of these hardy
I
wish to study the domestic that the greatest secret of salesman- [ pioneers conquered the wilderness, -
noes and arts can obtain at this ship is the impression made on a pos I I I subdued ravage Indians and wild animals -I. 00000000000 . 0 00. 00 .00. 0 .. 00.0.

ege facilities unsurpassed anyre sible customer when first approached. i The Proof Is Here the Same As I transformed a country from the 0 O .
to the finished of 0 WE SELL WE BUY gO
primitive product : :
except in the large universi-! Make the'customer feel that he is o : .
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Everywhere.For the magnificent cities teemingwith HAY,
now
Young women who wish to pre- wanted by approaching him, insteadof 0 0 HIDES, .
e to teach in the public schools, allowing the customer to hunt up business life and activities -0GRAIN, .
In Florida, you will have neither thesavage FURS, .
live at their command the service of I the store man// proprietor or clerk. I
those who seek relief from kid-
Indians wild animals ti FERTILIZERS 0 .
nor ,
cialista in the fields of high school, "Low prices" is by no means the only I I0
.
1.1.e ney backache, weak kidneys, bladderills contend with. Your pioneer life here 0 WOOL
primary and kindergarten work consideration that secures and retains of -0SHINGLES, 0 .
)Dear's Kidney Pills offer hope as compared with that of your ancestors -
t these departments are by nosans patronage. What? 0 0 .
relief and the proof is here, in Kis- I
will be play. But cannot
exclusive of each other. Ju- Mr. Wm. lass, late of the state of you 0 ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND .
simmee the same as everywhere. Kis- expect to come here, or for that matter .
combinations of work in the has become of resi-
ous Virginia, one our
simmee people have used/ Doan's and locate anywhere else and sit down and 0 ORANGE WRAPS ALL -
eral departments are possible, and dents. .
Kissimmee people recommend Doan's, wait for success. You must expect 0 *
continually being made under the Mr. Glanden of Oklahoma, who spent used Americafor 0 VEGETABLE. CRATES, 0 COUNTRY .
the kidney remedy in some failures. These failures will be '
vice and direction of the faculty. a week with us left for his home on .
I fifty years. Why suffer? Why the result of inexperience, and no faultof 0 CRATE NAILS PRODUCT.,. "
The libitary and laboratory equip- Thursday. Mr. Glanden was delighted run the risk of dangerous kidney ills the soil or climate. If you are of '>It. '
nt of the college necessary for car. with Orange Center and Kissimmee. -fatal Bright's disease. .Here's Kis- the metal that can stand grief,, you I. . 000000 0. 0. 0 I.. 0..0.. .......! (m

simmee proof. Investigate it. will succeed ,in Florida But if you . :, tl :
- C. W. Campbell, Dillingham St., are of the kind that is easily discouraged We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. : *"tf
ollins College Winter Park Fla.: Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I have usedDoan's and expect success to come We give special: attention to'fitting out hunting and camping partis
Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12.
Kidney Pills and know from without effort on part, had
your you We are county agents for good fertiliser Ask as far ciremlara nsd I r,
)LDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA. I personal experience that they are a better remain where you are and eke prices on fertilisers. |->
I remedy of merit. I got them from I out an existence at the desk or in the --- -
liege Academy, Music, Expression. Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial
and
'the Kis immee Drug Co., they relieved | factory UltMIIHilMIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIMilllllllllMIMI 1
Arts, Business, Taechers Course. I me of a lame and aching back | Florida wants settlers, but she a A. CARBON i. A. CRANFORD. S. L. LUFFKK.
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine i and ottter symptoms of kidney com- wants :II EN-men who will come with Prtdnt.. v'-"p.s..t. a.er.fary
nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teach- 'I
re of music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two glee clubs, chorus class. plaint a determination to succeed. To this I
uperb new rooms for business school, equipped with every modern device; For ale by all\ dealers. Price 50 class Florida offers inducements ex- .
nalyeis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water; preparation for engineeringurses. cents Fester-Milburn Co., Buffalo, ;I traorcimary.-Zolfo Springs Truth. %
KISSIMMEE CO. *
New York, sole agents for the United LUMBER
Lakes, boating, swimming !half tennis, football, basket ball. ,
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FAMILIAR
Christian, but undenominatlonai; expenses moderate; scholarships States WAIL !SOUNDS; *. .
vailable For catalogue address Remember the name-Doan's-

William Fremont Blackman, Ph. D., LI- I)., President. take no other.-Adv. 35-2t If what is known as the Clarke I II .*, Rough and Dressed t. f
I amendment to the tariff bill is adopt

I ed the cotton exchanges of the country -

I will be wiped, off the map and the PINE LUMBERHOUSE
MICHELIN ;' cotton growers/: wil 1! be pauperized by
r YOU European spinners, say the cotton
.peculators.) This is the \'(rie t rot. \

DON'T If the exchanges are knocked oututton I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY '
I < will have a "fixedaluc. It ;
I- ; KNOW Red \M Ill.! of course, fluctuateome during; ;I

1 a 'hemonth}) but it will not swing " I , .
,t up IIIId down every minute dur.tnjthe/ I
ti.; what a tune) tin cxihunge'aie! open When

, Inner jrui ,blinur. wa put atop to in many .
\1 (uti tw' dcclaiation Who made that !
\ GOOD
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would to
; pi"i-pi'rims' cities go deeaY'l'
, !1"-"a,1 t uch cities: are ,' THE H. G. SIEVER I

,disc ne\ir could with gamblers vuckirg -
I I- Tire Tubes the. bfl"' blood of .the community REALTY COMPANY :

The I fc-\a- tate fair at Dallas is saidto
In the most .successful fair in
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and America It was predicted that when Prairie Land.IOrnnge Groves,) High Hammock Lands
'' ; Best with all ?
S 9 have not types T<.\a- put it top to 1Jt..ttllllon/: horse Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms
you i icing the great fair would be Compelled I
a ; makes of envelopes i to close. The opposite has

triedMICHELIN peen the lesult. Since horse racing I 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value J''

been\ placed under the ban they I for other real -
ha1- estate -:- -:- -: -;-.
I a Imitated in Color Dalla-' fair has increased several

k and hundred popularity per cent Facts in earning are capacity facts.- Orange Groves all sizes and prices .

National Week!)'. I ..

Unequaled in QualityWE i ----*-_ I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I

I
_ Cheer up, old boy, don't dump your I
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L -- - out ,,'
1 joy because the day is glum; pick I

WE PAY CASH FOR OLD TIRES OR MAKE A DISCOUNT FOR THEM WHEN YOU BUY NEW. the best and dump the rest, let's hear,
you start to hum. When in a jam, I
don't cuss and slam, but grin and waitit
out: the joys love hope, it's power- '': DOZIEB LtlTNEB'S [PRIME 0GEHCYrti

W. B. Makinson Co. ful dope, and puts the glooms to rout. 'i if'o

don't.despair, turn down dull care I .
Oldrat and L.r '..t Insurance Anne in Oicwibt County
and leave him to the mob. The sun .
; Kissimmee and St. Cloud, Florida pin't dead, hell) leave his bed and soon I FIRE LIFE- nMONar ACCIDENT.?s HEALTH

+t be on the job.-Cincinnati Enquirer. t

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I BUY AT HOME


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BECAUSE my interests are here; -


BECAUSE the community which is good enough for me to live in is good enough for me to buy! in;


'1. BECAUSE I believe in transacting business with my friends; t'


BECAUSE I want to see the goods; I


BECAUSE. I want to get what I buy when I pay for it; ,


p BECAUSE my home merchant "carries" me when I "run short;"

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4 BECAUSE every dollar I spend at home stays at home and works for the community in which I'Iive'| ;


.. BECAUSE the man I buy from stands back of the goods;


r i .. BECAUSE I sell what I produce here at home, and here 1 buy;


: BECAUSE the man I buy from pays his part of the town, county and state tax;
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F BECAUSE when ill luck, misfortune or bereavement comes, the man I buy from is here with his kindly

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greeting, his words of cheer, and his pocketbook,if need be. .'

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;t j. .. .. i'. Here I live and here I buy.- .

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t'' CLARK & MEIKLEJON D. R. BLEBS GROCER FRED M. BASS M. KATZ

t Real Estate 302 Broadway __ Phone 92 Hudson and Studebaker Automobile Dry Goods and Clothing Corner

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,9 !Ii -!Hi-- !Ii --! --
GEORGE and GUY'S PLACE
KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY
Cafe and Soda Fountain D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE
102 Broadway 108 Broadway AGENCY

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HOTEL MANHATTAN LEITNER G. M. TAYLOR
t t G. B. Poe. Prop. Real Estate and Insurance Up-to-date Cash Grocery CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE
/ Across from A. C. L. Station Fraternity Hall Broadway and Midland Kusimmee, Fla.DANN'S I
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H. C. STANFORD COMPANYDry OSCEOLA BICYCLE COMPANY
Goods, Clothing and Shoea, Bicycle for Sale and Rent, Expert DEPARTMENT STORE
Furnishings and Notions Repairing 105 Broadway Dry Goods,Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings
5 and lOc StoreDIBBLE
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KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY
Everything for the Home.J. COMPANY Grocers& SON
E. Rush, Manager.
6
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"f W. B. MAKINSON CO.
W. G. HANKINS LAND CO. Hardware, Cutlery, Boat Suppliesand MRS. E. E. WELLS
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t '+y Adding Machines and Typewriters Real Estate Machinery. Real Estate, Insurance, Rents

1t. -ifi! ; !Hi _9! 203 Broadway
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I% t R. T. BUTLER DIXIE THEATER -9----!
Pool and Billiard Parlor J. W. PRENTIS
1 1 H Broadway Being remodeled and enlarged. Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines

_ Sewing
I !Ii" !Hi---- if- Machines
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NELSON REALTY COMPANY OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. A. S. GILBERT
;r Builders' Hardware, Farming Machinery Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions MACH BROTHERS Phone 113
No. 9 Darlington Avenue and Housefurnishings.Hi No. 45, Cor. Maia and Park St.KISSIMMEE Livery, Feed and Sale Stables
t --Hi! ;- -! y; Heavy Hauling_and Draying
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,.:f' H. M. BREAKER
: Truck Farms, Orange Grotet and City MUNGER LAND COMPANY
Property. 117tt B'way Orange Center. FU,
!*; !Hi --_ J W. W"Bonney, Resident Manager

r ,I' C. W. GRIFFIN: f F. H. LAWSON LUMBER CO. - Groceries and Fresh Meats Cash Store Wholesale and Retail RULL BASS MARKET .
a, a* ( Main Street 10 Broadway Phone 21 ...
c Fresh Meats of All Kiada
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