Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 5, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00610
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ORDINANCES PROHIBITING BULL ,"1tJs T w s,'

DOGS AND CHICKENS RUNNING "' COMMISSIONERS DECIDE TO INCREASE -

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f. The council It must sound rather peculiar to our '
city is now sitting nightly '
readers in the north when make "'
we
as a board to equalize taxes for the
4 the statement that the Poor Farm in
year 1913, and have made some headway
I \, in the list of property, hut up to E! 1 this county is a revenue producer instead .
of a tax upon the people, but
this time "no ,change of material importance
I such is a fact, and when they become
h has, been made in the assess I
acquainted with the conditions under
ment made by Assessor Gay Living r
which It is operated, they will readily

'. ston.At believe our story.To .
each sitting of the council per- _
... with there win
begin are no paupers
son appear with a protest that their
i this county, and no good reason S
property is assessed at a most un-
why there should be, the climate
a*
reasonable rate, but in most instances
here is such that practically kind
any
upon being interrogated the owner I RESIDENCE OF J. J. GRIFFIN ON MAIN STREET I ; of a house is comfortable to live in
states it would bring double the assessed tI
during any part of the year, and thereis
value at forced sale. And then -''''''''- -' -- - -'-- -, -----, -
I always work to do that a person
there is another class-that known as :
however feeble, unless totally Incapacitated fi
business or revenue producing propI I TO DRAIN THE can perform. It is true that
KISSIMMEE ALLEY
erty-that everyone knows is aBless-1 : there have been a few instance where .f
ed in many case at less than one-
persons have applied to the. county
third its value but those owners
are
commissioners for aid., and when they
exceedingly careful to give the coun- -
i were told that a most comfortable
cil a wide I berth in passing, and Invariably MEETING: : OF LAND OWNERS AND details.. of forming this drainage dis- you that the unanimous opinion of all I MORE THAN A MILLION ACRES home on the lake shore awaited them,

have much business demanding BUSINE fexAIEN: HELD IN THIS ', trict, contingent, of course, upon the those present was that drainage was IN TilE DISTRICT THAT IT IS they decided to move further on down
their attention in other localities ',- report of !Mr. Randolph being that the the one and only thing that could and the Jine.' Still there have been three

when they are requested to expressn CITY AND" COMMITTEE APPOINTED plan was feasible, and the chair appointed -, would bring this part of Florida into INTENDED TO DRAIN-DRAIN' or four Inmates at the Poor Farm during -

opinion about the valuations as TO SECURE SERVICESOF Jno. M. Lee, R. W. Meiklejon, I I its own. AGE DISTRICT WILL BE ORGANIZED the past five 'years, but as we

made by the assessor.It P. A. Vans Agnew and J. W. Squires "Mr. Isham Randolph, an engineerof said before, there is no good reason in
is not known when the council ISHAM RANDOLPH, THE I UNDER WHAT IS
with the chairman and secretary acting world-wide reputation, is at pres- this section for a man to be broke and

3 \ will conclude its labors, as the most NOTED ENGINEER. TO PASS as ex-officio members. ent in the state, being at the head of KNOWN AS TilE ARKANSAS incapable of earning his living unless ;,

careful attention is given every pieceof This committee met at 3 o'clock the the board of engineers making a sur- I misfortune overtakes him, which is too '
OF
property, both real and personal, UPON THE FEASIBILITY :I same afternoon in the office of Mr. vey of'the Everglades, which survey !I LAW-WHEN DRAINED THE seldom an occurrence in these partsto

but at the rate of progress now being DRAINING KISSIMMEE VAL Vans Agnew, and went more deeply he will complete in the next few weeks. I KISSIMMEE VALLEY WILL BE take note of.

made, it is safe to say it will require at LEY. I into the figures and made a careful We have every reason to believe, and I j GARDEN SPOT OF WORLD. But. the fact confronted our commissioners -

least ten days to complete the task. study' of the area and number of acres have written him to_ that effect, that when the Poor Farm was 1'

At the meeting Tuesday night theordinan'ces ''of land embraced in what is known as I his services can be secured to go over established years ago that it was necessary -

prohibiting the runningat Monday morning of this week some :i the Kissimmee Valley, with the re- I this district and give expert opinionas called inviting every land owner in to...have_A k.eepert-aniLthat to

large of bull dogs and chickenswere fifteen representative land owner, 1 suit that they were much more impressed to the feasibility and practicability the district to be present and expresshis preserve the keeper's good health it

read the first time, as was the with the necessity of carrying of draining the Kissimmee Valleyof views on the subject, and if it is was necessary to provide him with
with P. A. Van
and !business men met
ordinance requiring physicians! 'mid- this plan to a successful conclusionif all surplus water. the wish of the majority of those pres- I work (he not having any paupers to

wives and unde'rta'kers to record all Agnew at his office over the Citizens our favored section was ever to "To secure the services of Mr. Ran- ent, or of those. owning a majority of |I care for), 'so the commissioners hada

births and deaths, all of which were Ba'nk and went' exhaustively into the I' come into its rightful own. dolph'will cost some- money and we the land embraced in the district thata citrus grove planted and placed under ,.

laid over for future action. matter or organizing a drainage dis The secretary was Instructed to have placed the amount vre ask you to "Drainage District" be established, the orders of the.keeper of ,the

There was a popular ,demand for trict' to cover all that section lying I[I write. a letter to each of the holders pay at-- -- -- which is a fair.portion such will be done, and three commissioners , fsrm. ,'S ." ,.
both the bull dog and chicken, ordinances !- ''of' any great amount of land in the when taken into consideration the will be elected to carry out the This proved a most profitable investment -
south of Lake Bart In Orange coun- '
as everyone knows there is 'belt and ask that a sum to the amountof amount of land you own or representand details of its organization. and four years after the.

just enough sense in a bull dog's headto ty, and extending to Lake Okeechobee. one cent an acie'be forwarded to II the great value of such expert The Valley Gazette will keep the grove was planted it paid its expenses. '

teach him to fight, and it mattersnot W. B. Harris, at whose instigation J no. 01.: Lee 1<) pay for the expense'' opinion as :Mr. Randolph it competentto public fully informed as to the prog- Since that time the net returns to ;

to him whether the object of his the meeting was held, assumed the obtaining the services of Mr. Randolph I and will give. : ress the movement is making, and will the county have been all the way front

attack be a small dog or a small child. role of temporary chairman, and introduced to male this preliminary survey, which I'p' ask that you give this matter I contain the call for the meeting, if two thousand to five thousand dollars

The sooner the council passes this Mr. Vans Agnew, who has letter was forwarded! Wednesday's jour immediate attention, and make such meeting is to be held. each year, and at the meeting of the

ordinance the hotter for all concerned, given the subject much thought and mail and which t the" following is a yow remittance to John M: Lee, Kiss- commissioners on Monday an addition

for it will be too late to raise a hue who had collected a mass of t figurer copy: 'I simmee, Florida. CONPEDERA1ESWILL 1 al order was placed with a nursery '
the annual "A of t this letter, with for eleven hundred trees-650 orange: tit
and cry after Home child has been : pertaining to the levels "Deal( Sir: copy p"opt'runHlullt

chewed up by a beast with the strengthof I rainfall and the number of acres I lyingin "At a meeting l hf Ki,. : drained. land holder of property to any great This will give the county one of the
a bear and the brains of u flea. ,the district sought to be iii"-- men and representative owneis every
went held in the officeof amount in the contemplated drainage largest groves in the county, and ina
And the same can be said of the' Mr. Vans Agnew at once into in this district
chicken ordinance. Since the progressive -: the subject without any undue prefacing I' A Vans Agnew on :Monday, September distill MAJOR GENERAL PARTRIDGE ISSUES few years will yield a net annual a

citizens of Kisaimmee voted the as he well knew that i 1. t the\ question of establishing "Very respectfully, .. ORDER COMMANDINGALL incojne of from ten thousand to twenty -

fully aware that and ill-tilling a drainage district, THERE OCTOBER I thousand dollars. i iIt
cows ofT the streets two yearn ago everyone present was TO BE '"
I And there the matter will stand until I is too often the case that counties .
I needed above of the Kissimmee -
many of our people have removed the the one thing this section looking to the draining 21-23.
fences from around their homes, andit I all others to make it the garden spot Valley lands was thoroughly ,discus.spil. such time as Mr Randolph makeshis do not purchase sufficient ground to
I of needless to to report, when a meeting will be enable the keepers of poor farms to Yli
about as soul-racking a sight as of America was a thorough system and it i 1- say
is that the law ,"" ,,,,,- -, Calling the attention of the forty make the institution at least self-suq-
lie stated
thrifty housewife can behold to drainage. N*
a I .1 camps, U. C. V., in Florida to the 'Itaining, a mistake that demonstratespoor P
find her neighbor's chickens in the passed by the recent legislature/: gave twenty-second annual convention of
business ability on the part of ,
middle of her flower bed scratchingfor : the right to either a majority of prop- the Florida Division, United, Confederate commissioners as well as very costly v' ,
Kissimmee is noted for erty owners or to those owning a ma-
grubs : Veterans Major General l Benjamin
to tax payers. We are glad to record
its many and beautiful flower gardens -; jority of the land to establish a drainage W. Partridge, commanding the '
I the fact that no such mistake was
and the council should, and we I district and bond all the lands in The Valley Gazette Florida Division U. C. V., has issued made in Osceola county.
will lend 'heir full that district to the hill, the l sands
J feel satisfied they : pay I an order from the division headquar-

support in encouraging all our householders to run for thirty years and to bear Bargain Sale i ters in Monticello, urging all veterans

to that end. I not over six per cent interest. Opens a I!, to attend this convention which will CATTLE INSPECTORS

The ordinance making it a misdemeanor I He further stated that the mode ofprocedure this year be held in Pensacola, October

for a physician or midwife or : to carry this law into effect That Runs 30 DaysAs 21 to 23.With ARE.APPOINTCD

undertaker to fail to make report on and establish a drainage district was. the increase in the number of

all births and deaths coming under first, to have some engineer of known camps organized since the last con- 9

their care is one that should < ave been repute to go over the district and give vention in Lake City and the splendid COUNTY COMM1SSION"EDS NAMEW.

passed a long while ago, and we sin- his opinion as to the feasibility and this i IS the season for cleaning up old stock and makingroom conditions which have been marked P. UNDERHILL B. F. COBB LAND

cerely trust that the council will pa8s practicability of draining the lands. for new and up-to-date goods, the Valley Gazette will fall since that meeting, it is expected that:
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JAS. A. O'BERRY.
It without the least delay, and the ..'tat such effect such drainage/: would into line by offering a the annual meeting this year at Pen

city's trial judge will assess the maximum have on the lakes. as well as the wat..rroute sacola will be a great success. - --

fine against everyone who violates for navigation, and as Mr. !Isham Thirty Day Subscription Rate :I, Among the important positions in

it.There. Randolph was at present in the stateengaged BOOSTER TRAIN IN NOVEMBER Osceola county are those of cattle inspecto'rs -

l are many other ordinances in making a survey of the of One DollarTo Those in charge of the Florida i I as there are probably more a
ft ,
that should demand the attention of Everglades looking to this same end, Booster Train that was advertised toI cattle in this county than in any other r'

our council principal among whichis 'I that he believed his services could be all who will pay two or more years in advance. This leave on September 28 for Chicagoand county in Florida with the exception

that of sanitation. The State Boardof 'secured for that purpose. offer includes both renewals and new subscriptions.The points in the West, have decidedto I of DeSoto, and the county commissioners
I of the meeting it was offer will be postpone its departure until some at their meeting on Monday ,
Health is using every effort to acquaint -I At that stage date of beginning of this extraordinary
a tem- time in November, the exact date to went exhaustively into a discussion of
advisable to perfect will be October
the people with the necessityof thought ), and the closing day
6th (tomorrow
I organization by the election ofa September the Gazette at thu be announced later. This is done to the merits of many names proposedfor 1
clean premises Valley
absolutely porary remember that to get
But
keeping 3.
and Messrs. 6th, 191 advance i enable the counties to prepare a more those positions, with the result k
and secretary in ,
disease and it chairman least two
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have years
wish to will to
if they Board escape is receiving but J. D. Clark and S. J. 'Triplett were reduced rate you pay complete exhibit of Florida products, that Messrs. W. P. Underhill, B. F. }
appears the offices respectively.The which will be $2 especially as to citrus fruits, as by Cobb and J as. A. O'Berry were the '
that -1ibe from named for those of homes in this
little assistance along chairman then put Mr. Vans Agnew's The Valley Gazette goes into the majority ,I that time much of the fruit will be in men selected. t s '

this or any other city. An ordinance. recommendation in the shape ofa county and section, but .there are a few who are not subscriberswho condition to ship and sufficiently ripeto The gentlemen are among the +'
his
compelling every person to keep carried, and Mr. we would like to enroll on our list. eat. most prominent in Osceola county

premises, whether it be the home or motion, which was requested to at once This offer is open to any person anywhere, but will be with- The cost of each county representedin and hare for years been closely identified .
free from Vans Agnew was
business place, absolutely Randolph and after October 6th. this Booster train will be in the with the cattle business. Their S
with Mr drawn
all trash, wee.ds and rubbish, wouldbe get in touch the task. neighborhood of $100, which is much selection will meet with the hearty ./ '
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a good thing of and already add materially extremely to learn A motion if he would then prevailed accept to appointa cheaper than many anticipated. approval of all our people. ,r +
health
to the our
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committee of five to carry out I r
healthy city.

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KISS'IMM''E ,
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Mayor Lilly "Has. Been OVER A MILLION 1 FALLACIES OF I r-- ""


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r _>n A MAN WIIO FAVORS LOW TAXES AT'THE EXPENSE OF, PUBLIC. BECAUSE OF BEING AT WORK BY AMERICAN-MEDICAL ASSN.- 1 ArthurE.; 1 :kc c

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I( IMPROVEMENTS NOT, A FITTI PERSON TO BE AT:THE- I ... t,.
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HEAD OF A PROGRESSIVE CITY LIKE KISSIMMEE ALL GIRLS AND NINETENTHSOF THERE IS ,TENDENCY TO RESTRICT -\t "1 :

.r .. .. .. NAME ""TOADSTOOL"
:1'. . BOYS WHO QUIT -SCHOOL "
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UNDER SIXTEEN ARE UNSKILLED ..TO :
I'; 1. Editor of the Valley Gazette: this Cracker and others much younger WORKERS AND TIIAT OF "MUSH 3

Will you allow me space for a few'I I any forty years to learn that the most .! ROOM" TO EDIBLE
'. words about the tax rate in Kissimmee progressive towns In Sunny Florida THROUGHOUT THEIR

r and the actions of our Hon. Mr. Mayor I have a far higher millage than we. LIVES. I II ONES.

James W. Lilly? As an illustration of what this rate 'I ,

,I' I' I happened to be present' at the will do for the city I can cite a certain 1-Over a million children will not go I Now that the Fourth of July with ESTATEf .;

;, ; council meeting Tuesday evening, not business man that occupied a similar school this week because they are ,I its dangers has passed, we may pre

to make a kick against my taxes, 'be- I position as our mayor. He would not Ito I 1 1at work in some two hundred occu- pare for the usual "epidemic" of mush-

r'j cause let me say right here that I pay; his labor a high rate because he 1 pations. Owen R. Lovejoy, Secretary ]: room poisoning, which seems to be an AND INSURANCE

think the improvements we have ref -I said he could not do so and remain inbusiness. i jof the National Child Labor Commit- inevitable accompaniment of the sum- .

t i ceived during the pant two years amp- I As long as he paid very 1 tee, said yesterday that statistics in-I mer season. There is a popular tendency '

ly repay for the present rates; but I low wages he had a poor business and dkate that all the girls and at least to restrict the name "toadstool"

had a desire to see and hear what took had to hustle: to keep the wolf from the nine-tenths of the boys who leave |, to poisonous species and that of I

", place in the legislative halls of our door and make a payroll on Saturday. school under sixteen years enter low ( mushroom to the edible ones; but since \GENCY

i city. But one day he employed a manager industries and remain unskilled one cannot tell, except by trial, whether -
who insisted that should be wage .
After the routine of council had wages worker throughout their lives. a particular toadstool is poisonousor I
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raised and in the face of what the
been passed and the opportunity given Mr. Lo\t>joy estimates that about ,i not, -distinction, according to .
for those in waiting to be heard if owner thought was ruinous prices for one-half of those now at work under The Journal of the American Medi- Second Floor Citizens Bank

:t they wanted to be, imagine the sur- wages he begun at once to improve the sixteen in all occupations ate white cal Association, is neither satisfactorynor <
and of his business, I
prise of all, when the lion. James W. (luality quantity American children, one or both of advantageous.Many .
he would not back to
and
Lilly\ mayor of Kissimme, arose in today go whose parents are native born. American I reputed tests to distinguishthe .
the old low rates again for anything. ,
all his dignity and informed the mem- ,I families are as ready as foreign innocent from the harmful toad-
learned that things cost ,
He has good
bers of the council that he had a communication I families to let children enter the stool are current and are implicitly '
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i' for them but said com- money, and high wages means pros factory before they are sixteen. The I believed in by some. It cannot be too
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municationwas not in writing, fort I perity.So Connecticut State Commission, i in_ a I emphatically stated, therefore, thatso
taxes meanimprovements
with town high
reasons stated by the Hon. Mr. Mayor.I a study of more than 11,000 women and far as is known there is no single
and mean
have read of the state of Kentucky improvements girls representing fourteen racial guide, with the possible exception ofa

1 said to be full of colonels, and I I progress and prosperity for the all. YesMr. groups, found a larger percentage of chemical analysis, which will give Of No Debate
: Editor, think that peopleas
'. the colonels full of mint julep, and in we Americans with American fathers results of any value whatever. Any
rule satisfied with the tax as
[ no other way could an explanation of I IrJ a are among the workers under sixteen than scheme for distinguishing edibility in i.I i.
the improvements are here, I _
the enthusiasm of the colonel from long as workers.The these should be decisive and
i among the older fungi -- - - -- -
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and contemplated.A
Kentucky be accounted for than the more TAXPAYER.Kishimmee latest volume of the Federal give uniform results. Some of the I Protection from Fire Loss

fact that he is now residing in a Report on the Condition of Woman and alleged tests deserve mention in order:
b Fla., Sept. 4th, 1913.! : I
strictly prohibition county, for it is Child Wage Earners in the United to point out their unreliability and t

known that a man is at his best at States makes a similar showing. Of their danger. Among them the so- Is Of Even

oratory in two conditions, when he the twenty-eight racial groups into called "silver test" is most prevalent. i,
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p feels his oats, and again when he is CAN HAVE GREEN which the 93,000 workers are divided, It is believed) ( that a silver spoon or

thirsty. But nevertheless the mayor only four races, involving less than ) coin placed with toadstools while cooking : Greater Individual

was eloquent in his remarks upon the FORAGE AT ALL one-tenth of the total, had a larger 1 will demonstrate by blackening j ,
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question of taxation. percentage of workers under sixteen or failure to blacken, whether or not f

y Mr. Mayor stated that the council than the native white Americans. Of \ the fungi/ are safe to eat. It need :1 ":{_ Importance to You
TIME OF YEAR :
would be inexcusable if they did not all the workers of all races studied in only be said that there are both poisonous y

lower the tax rate at this time, wenton twenty-three industries in seventeen I and non-toxic species which act

to say that the papers had hurt the I states, one in twelve was under sixteen I alike on silver Again, no reliance is i: i Than the Protection, of

town by telling of the rates charged, SILO SOLVES THE PROBLEM I ITI'n.'s years; of the American workers, to be placed on the contention that if ,

but he failed utterly to say the papers in the same industries and the same I the outer <( :
had also related the manifold improve I states; one in eleven was under six- the toadstool peels off readily, sucha i The County's Industries CALL ON US
ments made in the past two years.
species is edible. Some poisonous
:\.\ YIELD ;NOT SAVED OR
1 Would the mayor have us go back ( teen.The :National Child Labor Committee species also will "peel." Flavor has j I.J It Does Not Depend On The For Real Estate Bargain *
PROPERLY USED WOULD
i ,) to the sand roads and be called COW- suggests that in the light of the often been alleged to serve as a reliable -I

SIMMEE again, with the bovine in SAVE TONS OF FEED | widely recognized evils of factory guide to edibility, the bitter or Farms, Houses,

evidence? THAT NOW GO TO work for young people, it would be peppery! species being charged with Passage of Tariff Laws Vacant Property ,-

1 Would the mayor have us go backto WASTE. !i 1 well for all industrial states to consider detrimental attributes. Experienceshows I Business Site,

1 the unpaved condition of the side- following the example of Ohio however, that the most poisonous -
I Property for Kent
walks that made the wearing of dainty which has just put into operation a toadstools are not at all disagreeable But Simply ,

clothes by our ladies impossible? As Florida has been gifted with the I law forbidding employment in fac- in respect to the flavor of Etc., Etc.

Would the Mayor have us go backto finest climate that prevails on the \ tories and several other occupationsto the raw tissues. Other "tests" are On the Securing Of

the old light plant, inadequate as face-of the ,globe, so has she been endowed boys under fifteen and girls under the alleged telltale color changes that List your property for tale
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i it was? by nature to be qualified to l sixteen years. are supposed to appear when toxic WITH US

k Would the mayor have us go back bring forth an abundance of green mushrooms are bruised or brokeh; or WE'LL.PUSH IT!
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to the unsanitary surface toilet? forage at all times of the year, suchas the existence of a milky juice, or the Policy

f Would the mayor have us abolish corn, sorghum, sugar cane, millet, STOP THOSE LEAKS susceptibility of the fungi to the invasion i f .

the parkways down the center of crimson clover,-cow peas, velvet beans, of insects, which are believedto

) Broadway T rye, oats and numerous other grasses.. WHISPERS FROM .avoid pernicious varieties. None
a'' \ I hardly believe he would have U8 But as yet there seems to be no way by . of these "tests" can be applied with Town
THE COUNCIL ROOM Lots We make specialty
t1v; undo what we have done in Improvements which nature's 'bountiful yield has any certainty. As the "proof of the fiftyto a

:4" yet he comes forth with statements been saved and made proper use of, pudding is in the eating thereof," so five hundred i of all kindsof
that if the council did certain after much labor has been used to Dear Editor: the surest way of learning to distin-

t things and did not do other things!. produce it In the corn we use only A loud whisper which is sure to "guish the poisonous from the innocuous dollars each. Real Estate

that he recommended, we would have the ear, dry husk, and a few dry contain an echo eminated from one of mushrooms is by eating t.hem-a

no need for a city dock, for more parks leaves, while all the rest are used our councilmen and was concurred in heroic procedure--or by learning the of work
Large tracts and Insur-
i k! I and other things he mentioned.But green and only in their respective seasons by his brothers to the effect that in I experience of others. There is no

t Aie a city cannot stand still--they of the year; and then in a most the near future another municipal royal road to mushroom knowledge, i prairie and timber Your busi-
must either go ahead or decrease in wasteful way by allowing the stockto eight inch well was to be sunk. but one must learn to know the various ance. %

4 population and in land value. And trample down more than they eat. i No doubt this well will be required species as one learns t to recognize the lands is
solicited.
; Kissimmee will\ never go back! Why not accede to some plan by whichall I as an auxiliary to our present eight- familiar plants of the forest,' the field jj: cheap. ness x

But amid all the eloquence the Hon. our green forage may be saved for I inch well as the supply of water in I and the garden.To :.. IIf.

Mr. Mayor let the secret slip-told years if so desired and by some means case of a prolonged conflagration is those who cherish the hope that

4r V6 the truth about the matter, at least. eliminate the greatest disease of Flor- inadequateBut I the mushroom, often proclaimed as the TELEPHONE 246

pti lie said "we" promised the people ida pocket-books-that of buying this being an economical council I vegetable beefsteak which Nature lav-

v lower taxes. Suppose the "we" means feed? There is only one way by which why do they not install water meters ishly offers at every hand, may solve :

the councilmen, too. And after* all he this may be done, in order that cattle, I for the use of the consumers. some of the problems of economy in I

i'l is trying to make good a campaign hogs and other animals may be fattened The majority of cities in the United nutrition, we can give little comfort; G. .D WAGNER Mgr.

g speech which I heard him deliver at and that by means of a silo. How I j I States use water meters, and all cities for as has been pointed out before ,}

the court house some months ago. But many will ask, what is a silo? We I working under a commission form of even the most nutritious mushrooms 'f

l he forgot all he said in that speech?" will answer briefly. It is an air-tight I government, as they are u safeguard/ are of little real nutritive value. Their ::: Kissimmee, Fla.

4 for he said also he was in favor of all building by which green feed or silage :i to the city from unscrupulous water chief claim to dietetic recognition lies ;'f':

q public improvements that would make may be kept the year round. It is I u'rand an equitable measure to the I in their use as food accessories and ts
F for a greater and better Kissimmee. generally built about ten to sixteen | tax payers. dietary condiments. In no wise can :::'r <-:->-:->-:-:-:-:->-**-:-:-:-:"''''' .

Now he wants a reduction at any cost. feet in diameter, and from twenty to On (page/ :?!4 of our city plumbing ':they be regarded a'a' substitute, for

It must come, he says. Now if he thirty feel in height. The green feed ordinance' we find thin regarding the substantial meats or the familiar
hasn't: got a bee in his bonnet,,as hew field is leaks) "A leak the of I lead
from the cut up by an ensilage : sire a pencil ; vegetable pro ul't' ordinarily ('on -urn- I I __ _
t/ accused one of his former opponents cutter and put into this building and at one hundred pound; pressure bv man.OUR I ..l
;,4 p' in your paper recently, of having, thenit may I lx saved fbr time to c-ome. The '' will waste three hundred and eightyfive \\l'd
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simply means that "he's bin a good: I silo has at least ten advantage<- and'' gallons of water in twenty-four IDEAL GARDENS i
ol" horse but he's dun down." LIME CROP
C 1 run they are these: hours. therefore with our water pres- .
I The laws of Florida force us to 1. It product.fat beef more cheaply Mire at fifty pounds, one leak the size i
stand for such officers, but thank God I WORTH An Ideal Ga rden,to the general trucker is one that brings Mg
rl und just as good as dry feed. of a lead !pencil is losing one hundred $1000,000 ,

after April of next year, when the :2. Silage keeps ;young Mock thrifty and thirty-two and one-half gallons returns on his ,investment. Perhaps the greatest single factor
,IFr'l' people of Kissimmee will have had ,
and growing all winter. in enty-four hours.
)riU']IT) ;NOW .MOVING t AT RATE towards the realization of this Ideal is-
r'Ul their say, we will no longer know the :J. It enables. cows to produce milk Presumably enough/ water is wasted
OF TWO( HINDUKI: AM MF-
1 Hon. Mr. James W. Lilly 'as our chief and; butter more) economically. daily in our city through leaks and
TV ItARKELS A WKKK.I PROPERLY PROPORTIONED FERTILIZERfertilizer
executive. 4. Silage is more conveniently: fed the lii\ish usage of water to flush

p The only good thing about the may- I and! handled than dry fodder. out I sewers and leave much to spare. ;
that gives to the and"
plants
or's remarks Tuesday night was that I ,> The silo prevents waste of cornstalks I Conserve this water for fire use- I The lime crop this year is estimated a quick start steady growth

he said it had become a custom of the which contain one-third of the build another receiving tank;; give us I to be worth over $100,000. The fruit and develops products with good shipping qualities.

i head of the nation to appear in person ,,I food value of the entire crop. equitable water service. Stop the is now moving at the rate of 225 to /

before the legislative bodies with his !I (i. There are no aggravating cornstalks ''leaks. Very'truly, '1 200 barrels per week and. prices are I Ideal Fertilizersare I'

messages, so at least he is emulating in the manure when silage as- H. EDMUND SWABEY. I ranging from $5 to<$10 per barrel as I

r ? in that way one grand American cit- fed. I' S.-Twenty-five water meters are 'j'to quality. The numerous Keys seem
i izen. 7. The silo will make palatable at present lying idle in our city ware- I' to provide the best places for lime culture made right. Send for our free books entitled

": I believe the council will lower the food of stuff that would otherwise not 1 house. I and large quantities are carriedin

y tax rate if they find it can be done be eaten. I I small boats to different points n'' Florida Vegetables---Irish Potatoes.>

without impairing the present efficiency 8. It enables the farmer to pre- : HONOR ROLL OF WHITTIER the main land. Probably fourfifthsof

;Jl of public works and curtailing I serve food which matures at the rainy SCHOOL FOR AUGUST the crop is moving .from Miami. '

M the necessary improvements for the time of year when drying would. be Alma Bass The lime industry is growing with WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

?? r' year but this would have been done ': impossible. I Gertie Bass I exceptional; rapidity and the fruit is Manufacturers of I

a r without any oratory on the part of the 9. It enables the farmer to main- I Edith Bass. __ superceding the lemon in\, fine flavor IDEAL FERTILIZERS

mayor But is he not a "champeenof tain a large' number of animals on a Gus Baisden this year. There has been a great
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the commun peepul?" I small'acreage. Edward Williams demand for this acid fruit on account J ,

It may have taken the mayor sixty- 10. It is the most economical way Geo. Godwin of the shortage in lemons, due to the Local Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co.jjl .

as> flv years to learn that the tax rate j of supplying food when pasture is I Lilburn Godwin. freeze in California.-New York Packer. I I

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SOUTHERN COM- called on several delegation members, and of at the the congressional of-- I A CLEAN HOME IS and modern organizations sanitarian and to sanitary educate boards the THE DROUTH HAS gration from .this country, if partiescan 1

turn loose their holdings.
fice of the Board of Engineers, to look I J
into the being mad with housewife, to show her how to make Parties have been reading ;your pa- "
MERCIAL CONGRESSAND progress MORE TO BE DESIRED her home clean in the scientific and ,
regard to improving; the Olalawha I safe RUINED ALL CROPS per all around here. You can rest ;
meaning of the word. With the
assured it will bring more to Florida rj
river The improvement of this river j
PANAMA CANAL homes of Florida scientifically clean, than all the real estate advertising .
THAN
contemplates straightening out several GREAT
baa bends in its course, and securinga RICHES the death rate from typhoid fever IN MIDDLE WEST that could be sent. There are factsin would fall close to the vanishing point. the become ;
itBy reading paper they
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'. depth of 6 feet and a width of 60 Malaria
would diminish '
to the
degreeof with and
feet from the mouth of the river to acquainted name 1,
WILL BOTH OPEN OCT 27-29 FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONIS becoming a medical curiosity, and write for information; then they cant ,
Lake Dora, a distance of about 60 most of the deaths of Florida's resi- AND ALL FARMS MORTGAGED. be disputed.

.j j miles. The course of the stream is to
dents would be
I the results of unavoid- This country is very heavily mort-

1 AT ADJOURNMENT OF CONVEN- be made to follow as far possible. DOING MUCH GOOD BY IN- able accidents or of old age. gaged, and it is impossible to pay In-
the route recommended by the Trans-
PEOPLE WILL BE FORCED TO
TION DELEGATES WILL VISIT Florida Canal Board, for that water- STRUCTING TOWNS AND What applies in this respect to the terest. They will have to leave for "

I 'PRINCIPAL CITIES OF CITIES. AS WELL AS HO- home, has an equal significance for LEA Vf AND THOUSANDSWILL ; what they can get. ;

way.A those other places where people live If you had several more papers
CENTRAL AND SOUTH favorable recommendation for this TELS. HOW TO BE COME TO FLORIDA "
and eat and sleep. The Florida Leg- along the line of the new railroad with
project has been made by the district
AMERICA. CLEAN ANDSA'NITARY. islature of 1913 created a Hotel Com- plenty of good sound facts on the
engineer, which was concurred in by I
mission, whose duties were made to Jerico Mo. 8-26-1913. stuff that is raised there. People are
Springs, ,
Major Slattery, Chief of Engineers of
include inspection of public houses getting tired of these big prospects
( By WINFIELD JONES) the Florida District, and forwardedto
Dear Editor Gazette.
Valley
and houses of and sell :
boarding the state. nothing to or to eat. Theyare
Washington, D. C., Sept. 2..Announcement Washington. It will\ probably come A clean home is more to be desired This commission must see to it that Your statement of recent date at going some place. Your county i

was made today at the up for consideration by the full U. S. than riches hand. I paid for six months in orderto J
treat for uncleanness and every bed sheet is not less in size commissioners are on the right track y.;,
Southern Commercial Congress, of Engineer!: << Board in this city on Sep- lone life don't traved far together. than tain prescribed dimensions; get posted (with others) on Flor- in having the Valley Gazette circulat '

which Senator Fletcher is president, tember 9th.C. Ewery Florida home-keeper would that the time-honored roller towel is ida. We wrote letters to parties ed. People are eager to get hold of it. '!

of the partial program for the fifth 1 bristle with indignation at the suggestion banished from public ]lavatories and there. Three men from here were I t's handed around until Worn out. 106 1J
annual convention of the F. Sloper and his wife and sister, indifferent
congress that her house atOIJr place, saw your progress ;
I was not a that individual towels are substituted; today in the shade.
which will be held in Mobile, Alabama, of Clearwater, are sightseeing in :
model of cleanness. lines, and it made quite an '
Most homes are I to see that screens are provided for I Yours respectfully, I ,
October 27-29, at the same time the Washington. ( clean, to the non-medical observer. windows in accordance with certainprescribed impression on them, as our crops here I W. T. HICKS. '
Panama Canal is thrown open to the I have been failure for the last three
The floors a
are and the bric-a- rules and have
J. E. Junkin, business manager of swept to a general j
commerce of the world. the Miami Metropolis, is in the city.It I brac is dusted; there is the regular supervision over sanitary pro- years. This year we are burnt out PROVED HIS CLAIM '

The convention theme will be "The I cleaning days for the sleeping rooms visions necessary to public health and almost entirely. The heat was ex- 't ,
Relation of the United States to the cessive-100 to 110 for nearly six While In of I
was learned today that the visit each week; the dining and living rooms comfort. a building was process
Panama Canal, to Latin America, andto get theirs day. The weeks-wa.ter scarce and pastures as construction two of the tilers became .1
every good wom-
here of F. J. Fearnside, of Palatka, The commission has a large value
the World Commerce." I bare as the highway. The house is in violent the -i
engaged quarrel
chairman of the State Democratic Executive an of the house delights to tell of the for the traveling public whose wandering a says
The greatest array of speakers who heavy burdens she bears, many of so hot nights you could hardly remain New York Globe. So violent was it '
Board, is for the purpose of I include the smaller towns of
ever attended a convention in this them entirely and self- inside; people slept out on the porches that the police were called in and .
unnecessary I ?
endorsing his son-inlaw, W. II. Col- I the state that are not blessed with J
country will address the delegates, imposed, in keeping her indoor king- and under trees. In coming aroundthe the offenders taken before a magis
lins, for appointment as postmasterat | energetic and active health officials.It I
who will number 10,000 representative dom in fit condition. Then there is the corner of a house facing the hot trate. Both of the men were sober 1
Palatka, to succeed the Republican is important to the comfort of the
business men of the country. Presi- annual "house-cleaning" time, whichbrinj'R I winds it would feel like the heat froma and industrious and good workmen, .
postmaster, Mr. Kirby. This appoint- traveling man that the bed sheets
Wilson of State Bryan hot stove (for example: take a pairof to the of the fore
..dent Secretary sadness to mankind and a kind according testimony j
r .. ment falls\ to the lot of L'Engle, who \ should be at least. ninety-nine inches
of the Dan- spectacles hold them over a stove In of their work who had
and Secretary Navy of imperial joy to womankind, for it man charge :
has endorsed Harry Gray, a railway long, and not ninety-eight, especiallyin
iels the speakers. Besides until they get warm enough to cause followed\ in hopes of being able to
are among mail clerk, for appointment. Collins, is then that she asserts her royal prerogatives -I hot weather when he never drawsone In'i'i
these more than two score of the most 1 and makes home a bedlam you to close your eyes when you put tercede for them.
son-in-law of Chairman Fearnside, is over him except to smother under !
prominent citizens in the United Statesare while it lasts. them on). That's the condition mine The magistrate asked, In astonishment <'
at present Assistant Postmaster at it in the attempt to ward off the attacks
on the program, including Governor Palatka and the Flarida But (and how many stories have a I of the blood-thirsty mosquito, was laying in the house. I alwaysput the cause of the quarrel. It
delegation,
General a little cold water on them before' seem. that one man had accused the "
O'Neal of Alabama; Director "but" of disfiguring
as a !sort sequelto and it doesn't make much difference
vith the exception of L'Engle, is boost- I
John Barrett of the Pan-Ameri spoil them with all the using. other of stealing his coat.
) scrubbing what is the length of the sheet on
him for
can Union; Senor Morales, Panama ing appointment. and sweeping and dusting, many, too which he tosses. We had an ice famine, and haul it "And I can prove it, too," added the t

Senators I i twenty-five miles, and it sells at 1% man .
Minister to Washington; ma"hy, homes are not clean, sanitarily
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_ Bankhead and Clayton of Alabama; Representative Sparkman has intro- clean. In the hidden corners whichare I, This commission is not a departmentof cent ,a pound. Everything will have "How ?" asked the magistrate"I

Senator Vardamon, of Mississippi; duced a bill in the House to appro- reached twice the State Board of Health, although to be shipped in. Famine of all kindswe i always keep my card in the
once or a year, per- '
for the erection of at the direction of the board;
Senator Ransdell of Louisiana; Prof. priate $75,000 a haps never reached at all, thin layers got this year, but we are not; alone. pocket,? said the .man. ,
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poitoffice building at Tarpon Springs.E. and not by its own initiative, jt may
Johnson of the Isthmian Canal Commission of duet aFcumulate, where disease- Report from all over the West from The policemen were Instructed to .

; Representatives Heflin and L. Sparkman son of Representative bringing germs love to congregate and perform certain functions to regulate parties who moved' from here are search, the.garment But they foundabsolutely

Taylor of Alabama, and many other Sparkman, is here.' multiply until a'sudden draft gives sanitary matters. that the same conditions prevail, only nothing. vi'', \ .

Congressmen and business leaders of them opportunity: to accomplish their I Florida should be one of the most worse. Your railroad which has been : "Gimme my coat," said the work- .

NEARLY healthful] states in the Union. It building the last two years will be man. It was handed to him. He took
the country.The 8,000,000 death-dealing mission! in the world.
convention program includes\ a :i The kitchen is clean scrubbed until ,'stands", high in the list, and its balmy built. They are taking up the right two dried peas out of the pockets and

the BOXES Of FRUITWILL climate, which favors outdoor life oT way. It looks good to us, as we held them up triumphantly. "P. Pi
cruise to the Panama Canal by ( the paint is worn thin on baseboards
through all the year, gives it large advantage have had so many on paper that we Peter Powell. That's me name.
where bronze tablet but the flies free
delegates a com- '|,and door frames are
from the health viewpoint. Them's card."
memorating the late Senator John T. to enter t through the unscreened- I never got. my
BE PRODUCED IN FLORIDA I ., But natural] advantages are not suf- The Southeast will get a big emi- He got his coat.
Morgan, "Father of the Canal, will dows from the garbage can just outside -

be placed in the Zone; a squadron of THIS YEAR, AND SHIPPING: I I ) or from places even more dis- ficient. There is a science of living, I - --- -
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the United States war ships, a con- SEASON WILL BEGIN: gusting. They are free to alight" on mathematics. A disregard of the laws ++H II III M 1111 M 1111111 n 1111111

ference of the commercial executivesof EARLY. uncovered food and to leave on it unmentionable I
that have been formulated or discovered
the country, a convention of the filth that has clung to :
through this science of sanitation,
Women's Auxiliary of the Southern their feet from previous and recent
is qUite disastrous in a warm < Iif Legitimateand
Commercial Congress, of which Mrs. The citrus fruit crop this season wandering.They come MI at theopen |
f tmatias in a cooler one.
Woodrow Wilson is honorary presi- will make between 7,000,000 and 8- and uncovered, pantry window !

dent, and Mrs. Thomas M. Owen, of 000,000 boxes. The fruit is well advanced to pollute tonight's dinner or tomorrow' Their are many indication's of a I

Alabama, is chairman, and a great and the shipping season will !. breakfast.The nun /general, recognition year by Conservative .

trade pageant in Mobile. begin earlier than last year. There is living roornthe' library and the year among the j people of this most ,
I state, of the principles] that
,Of special significance will be the no doubt that it will be the longest bedroomablaze with light invite the southerly r
: ha\e b. discovered! relating the '
participation of the Latin\ American shipping season on record, as many mosquito to inter from the daiknefsof (n

Republics in the convention. These groves had a bloom in July and someas the outside, eight) arid Jo infect the Reservation I' of health and the prolongation Must be the predominatingfeature
of life. This recognition is
countries will be represented by dele- late as this month. In some groves hou-phold with the poison of malaria.

gates and their diplomatic representatives fruit is already beginning to show ;Many )good houckecjxTIMMI' in enlightened hearing fruit by the practice Florida of these being of any and all trans-
law'I he people of. are
in Washington. The semiannual color, and in Dade county, on the fast I I' londa! fail. to "ftthe neIe'ItV -
of Miidowi I('en- and server eduiattd.! They arc- learning the actions connected with the r
Tan-American Commercial Conference coast, and Lee county, on the west, \
of clean food
"du.IIf i i lean homes,
which was to have been held fruit is large and trees in good shape for initMile; doors To ihi-in 'creenmcr !

-l, *...his year under auspices of the Pan to" hurry the fruit to early maturity.The ( tin liedate" -uflii'; lent and 1 thy and 1 ..C"< lean living. affairs of this bank.

American Union, has been postponedand general opinion of growers ail" put up' to avoid the discomfortsof ( lciinln.r--< j i- ne\t to /godliness It I

the delegates to that organizationwill seems to be that the orange crop i is an all-night t J'.gl.t; with moMjxntoesand cnndim-1 rightausne-s. for the e .

attend the convention. fully 'as large as last year while the not, for" 'anitmy, 1 H-a.-oi.' To .-t rung') healthy man or uoman should, Securety and Safety

Senator Fletcher, who besides be- grapefruit crop will not be as large. them the -cren, <-d l [poach I i1- a luxury I le Letter" morally than the invalid

ing president of the Southern Com- The Florida Citrus Exchange makes and not a necessity whose. \)iewof life arc likely] to be of all
rowed] constant association with our funds and thoseof
mercial Congress, is chairman of the the statement that from present indications And when in the abenciof greens hat by
will be about the earth <]Io"lt outside) but himself to the exclusion of. the broadening -
American Commission on Agricultural the citrus fruit crop a
Cooperation, which returned last July record breaker and the longest in the near t to the hou'c. of !'(reen = on doors influences that come from our depositors is our first

from a three months' study of agricul- history of the industry.-New York and windows and sometimes over the .mingling' with, the world on an even and foremost consideration.

tural cooperation and rural credits in Packer. 1 beds. disease, and death come into footing.!

,ireened homes they are resignedly -
these un
will the commission's
Europe
report
much of wo-
Romance is as a part

!investigations to the convention. THE MYSTERY sations of taken an all-wise as mysteriou'dispen Providence, a man as her sex. A faded, worn-out i : We want your business

>. After the convention ends the South- mother who has had three children in
r1 i jjtrn Commercial Congress will\ conduct Visitor-I understand that you had | kind of discipline which in the end and whose married life is
three
other, works out a higher! years this basis.
in somehow or
a trade expedition, comprising com- an amateur d.amatic performance The worst ofit.is a colorless grind of washing, scrubbing I on

missioners appointed by the governorsOf the town hall last night ? individual spirituality.housewife dors not cooking' and nursing, likes to get i

the states and mayors of the largest Native-Yes. The Sock and Buskin that the poor the babies to sleep before the thing

cities, to South and Central America. club played "Little Mac, or the Moun- realize that she fortunate has been, after tp blame.it i he married comes home soused and Citizens Bank of Kissimmee i
Perhaps it is ;
This expedition will be_ gone two tain Mystery. It Kroucny..o the can get! to read another -
she does not know. /
months in a chartered steamer of the "Ah! And what was the mystery? all o\er.) that ,'haptt"of the cheap novel where- ARTHUR "*
would add to her sufferings and, goodness I : : E. DONEGAN p. K. WEAVER,
the
United Fruit Company, and will visit "As near as I could make out the Handsome :Manly Hero rescues

every commercial center in the Latin mystery was how the audience stoodit knows, she has enough without S the in Beautiful Heroine and they Lived I President Cashier :! ( 'dr

American till the last act was over."-London that.
Republics. the aim and purpose of the Happily Ever After. I iMiniiiiiiiiiiii 11 M KI iiiiiiniiiiiiiinitiiMWI
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PRODUCTIVE: SOIL, In the l land of sunshine and pros. (' ARE AMONG THEPROTECTED long will Special"

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All of this may sound like hyperbole .

2i; y 'BALMY CLIMATE: ; it would be so in any other land who the Shoes for 'Men '

than Florida but here it is but eobestruth. :

We do not expect that all that .

we have written will be accepted as $10 TO $ ; in $3'.50'
;,> AND ABSENCE OF CALAMITIES FINE IS FROM ,, the
.. .'.. truth to all who read it; it is too won- I
derful. But we are not afraid for it The Advanced I '..
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""f ARE THE THINGS THAT MAKE to be put to the test. We say to all, FLORIDA CAN ACCOMPLISH{ Styles I"

,' FLORIDA THE MOST FAVOR. Come and see. Come and bathe in RETURN HER BIRD PARADISE the' Now DisplayedWe : ,

our limpid lakes and murmuring, surf LAW IS PROPERLY -
ED LAND UPON WHICH IF THE
have them in Patent Leather Patent
only Button
every day and any day in the year; .
I THE SUN SHINES. come and see our crops growing the OBSERVED.The can, -. Colt Blucher, Russia Tan: Button, Rus.

L third and the fourth upon the same Tan Blucher, Gun Metal Button, Gun Metal :

Those who are more familiar withthe soil in the same year. Come and frame law is composed of for Bhicher, Vid Kid Blucher Plain Toe, Vici ';:*
and is too long to j
schools sections
14 i attractive features of Florida, her. bring your children into our tyrseven Kid Congress Plain Toe.
fair landscape, her balmy climate, her the best in the south; come and worship give here in, its entirety but I ..

,i productive soil and her exemptionfrom with us in our churches and mingle its provisions are extremely I of .. .. :/ r
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the calamitous visitations that with us socially in nip I
and be convincedthat of the provisions of the law .-
and in our homes one
overtake the less happy dwellers in I
there is in the south a warm officer or warden who fails to Button-Harris Co. 1s'
f Other lands, need no assurance to con-
/vincc them that our state is the most Welcome for the Yankee, and that in form any act duty or obligation I any FI,iTTE

favored land upon which the life-giv many of those: homes your grandchildren joined .upon him by the game

shines ... and outs are nestling in the Fame this state shall be punished by a
ing sun n )tbei\ arms and -tanelmg h.th, ,- of not loss than $.'>0 or more
The breath of winter i. tempered l hy ,, "

I s I'? the tropical warmth imported. bv \lul'l I,I .mu-Ihelime's fathei'- knees feels) ee.nvineed that if I $1 Section no. t of the law says: | 1- VV:8ERE: SHALL: I: C3-O TO: SCXXOOZV: ? = I
proximity to the low altitude! of the, IMKIIYI; OK -I.olun" KI.A. M1A1K COI.MCaE FOR
who shall witch WAMClf'
about 1 Florida was fullyand \ or
the both : I npoison .. ...,
I .1. ale 'i Tallaaaaac .
southern seas, while the'eneivatmg forcibly, pie-sented te> the many -emperature of other .1 tropical climate, iMlad .. ( f I Ihousaiiels i in 1 the north and I I i dead, 01 who shall purchase or l l.-nr. .. is dissipated and! rendered biacinglv have elevastatedtbe' without KnKlnrerlnirl A.rlcuH. Irmrkrrm'eCollrwl e>f Expression, Home Koononlca
weal, whe re theHood/ I foi sale, transport, or ship I ri with
stimulating by the sweep of the Atlantic I I, ICxprrltnrnl Station te.t...- l.xtcnalon: l>lvl lon. Beautiful location
tie-Id- and the SUM anel the droughtlase 'state- any such wild bird after it doe Division, .retaliate Kraool. 10> beautiful bulldlnr and ttr.t-claa5equipment
and Gulf biecyes ucroour' xei- mad of the. laud .1 dwelt thc-se I been killed 01 caught; or who new brick building.., besides. gymnaslum .- throughout. Including; cymnasluni -
nal peninsula and the cusp breath, of swimming. pool and many subsidiary and swimming pool.1 DIeD
: them' 'anils would come to our favored'Iand .! soil or have in his possession for bulldlniri 61, In Faculty and officers hers l of the faculty and other offlcera
a the "northers" that c'nnwith te-ni- that have S22 young men from 46 Florida 418 student from 46 counties and 10
whirs these things I of the skin
any putt plumage or counties., .
de-Ids of and 2l states and foreign State a
touch from the :
snow
pered da ike.nod life, for them eamie>t (come' of any bird protected by the countries last. session. Tuition Free Hoard a.d lC.tr....
the distant north< i I Tuition 1" ....... Hoard Mad .. Vera, $124. 00 per year. For Information
and J when; they can i commence to I laws; or who shall take or _.. 118260 per YlnrVrKe' <...tr..1 address'
Our land enjoys in full measure' all under I calaloRuo A. A Murphree, 32-8t Edward Conrad,
leur hen homes anew happier destiny the nests of any wild I Pra.ldent.I .
of the climatic advantage-( her i ge-o" i iI I I
.I an 'pie e. Tampa I '1"ime-s 'bird I or who bhall have such I
raphi/il) position und i i- ,,, (
'ultarlY'1exempt
: eggs: in his possession, except as I ACTS ON THE LIVER
fiom most of I the' I i mitted-by the (game laws of this !
that dweller\ nc-ai- the HOTEL INSPECTOR
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor Park HotelCorner
often have to enduie-' The I :
tropics conviction shall be Dodson'n Liver lone I.i\, t the
upon punished -ns ITJ
1 storms that "sweep up from the (anb, I ISSUES WARNING i iTO i
a fine of not less than $10 nor
bean and often d.e\autte 1 lc- favored, i Liver- Is :More Than a Broadway and Dakin
I Are.
s "
than $25 for each offense
shores either pass l hy us: baimlesl, lr I ISII : i
I Mere Laxatitr.
i i or reach us only with tempen-el, touchy I ( 1 I UK: KKKPKUS OF! HOTELS; And in Section :3, game birds are : : of I

The exemption fiom destructive .\ BOAKDINd; HOt'SKS IN: : I nominated enumerated as the Open September 1st.
i lows: "The Anatidae, : : Calomel 1 was forears. the only
:-tornih is enjoyeei to a "O1'fl\"uou\ Rates:
of the Gulf THIS STATE. known as swans, geese, brant and won known rriVdieine that would .stimulatethe .
degree by the portion II IITallahassee I $1.00 . . Per
.
Day
and sea ducks Rallidae
that in the great ; ,\(' liver. Hut calomel n often dangerous -
coast commences /
known as rail, coots mud hens 6.00 . . . Per Week
and
bend near the' mouth of Suwannee Sept. 1.-The new hotel :[ away people are not to be Flamed

and extends almost, to the point of commissioner, has "sent out the following i i gallmulas; Iimicolaecommonly ears for being afraid of it.

the peninsula, with its: center of immunity 'lr'IJlal'.le1ter by way of warning: as shore birds, plovers surf ma I Within the last, few yea many One block from paaaenger

I at Tampa. It has been about I to thehotel and boarding houses of i .snipe. woodcock, sandpipers, medicines! have been put out to beused, depot, electric lighted throughout .
I I
and curlews
-ixty-five years sinceany atrrjospht, the state: ; Gallmae block instead of ('calomel but thl.'lrTI'.t/ is
and
d disturbance that might be. dignified by "T his department has been informed !I known as wild turkeys, grouse on the bowels not on the liver modern in all of its

1 A { the name of storm has visited this that there are representatives of fire !I ants, and quails. ; and the ,.. The Kissimmee Drug ,store says, that I I appointment

Ii ?I providential protected coast In 1S48 extinguisher companies. and screen i I Culumbae" commonly known as and the only real liver, medicine to actuallytake Table furnished with evrey

:), k I came the last tempestuous breath that companies going over the state and I doves the place of calomel is Itodson'K delicacy the market afford

ki breathed rudely upon these shores, I representing to different hotels, boarding I I And according to Section 4, I Liver Tone, a mild, harmless, ve-ge :!i-4tpd!

and even then there were no lives sacrificed houses, and others that they are i poison 01 persons shall injure, table liquId that Kissimmee I Drug) ('o.I|

and little property destroyed. either my deputies or their goods have hunt or destroy by any means : : was I ,ic'comme'iids to take the place of calo- __._ u_. _

es Since the establishment of the my approval and! selling same in mauy ever, or have, or be in reel I and which give., prompt relief inease's o ooooooooooo '-o.

'f Tampa office of the weather bureauin instances. where they are not required. I except as expressely permitted by been I 1 of e'nn..tip/llion. biliousness" and!

1890 no destructive storm has come Such representations are false, and I provisions of this act, the per"C that sluggish.. liver Dann & Dann

i tit_ to us, the highest temperature recorded without foundation. I have not madeor I named game birds, except as- Se confident' i- the Kissimmee, I Drug '!

t: l has been 90 and the lowest, on one given any such orders. or instructions -I I i the biers following, quail. (dates bob" :white Wild partrid turkey ) ''Co that they give their personal guar I Iantoe Grocery Company
occasion only accompanying the (famous of this kind to '
or permission anyone any i with every 50 ernt bottle of Dod :
"freeze" of December IM94> turtle does swans, geese, 101 Broadway ,
A 29, ; and as there are a number of :-Oll". Liter Tone"i e>u can be sure
ducks, rails coots mud hens, .
i was 18. brands of (fire extinguishers. some of the that you are getting Docixon's. by asking .
pipers, curlews, "snipe and plover j'I Operate the Cleanest Store
( Excessive droughts are here prac- which elo not beat the approval of the : ) on at this" 'tnre' If they are giving'\
tically unknown. It would be an unjustifiable Fire- lndel'writers' Assejciation. I Iwould vember) 20th to Kebruray 20th )' you the nie-dieine'the-N. pe-isonalh guarantee and Sell the Freshest Groceries
who violates
mn I exaggeration to assert that suggest that anyone desiring/ to inj Any person: this , cie \ to refund,) nione \ on u if unsatisfactory of Any House in Kitsimmee.

there are not seasons when the rain- purchase a fire extinguisher first write the provisions of section 1 :, Ad\ :17.It l I'
!: fall is less than normal; but there has tins department and also consult their deemed guilty of a misdemeanor !I I e,.. I fO oooooooo.
conviction thereof shall be
!never been a time since Florida was fire insurance agent before doing so upon i .
settled by white men when either As to screens, all hotels boardinghouses ished, by a line of not I'ss'than $10 .11 tl 11111t f+Il'taIIIIIS }; 111111ORLAN , , .
"
mankind beast suffered for :i more than $25 for each offense.
or water etc., should first find out from I price,
f or'when it had to be hauled long distances this department how outside openings While Section 13 gives the as

:igsl\' '?. by teams or railroad' trains in should be screened and the manner in I strong instructions! about a se .DO
order to life. license. It says: "Any person I
preserve which they should'be installed.' Very -
Never have the been entire I hunts outside of the limits of the '
t l' : crops truly yours, ht BUSINESS] ] COLLEGE
r ha. been ing precinct, ward or beat in
4.t I failures, as the case this "A. L MESSER .: I
't I. season in extensive areas of the we'st.ul. "Hotel com"'issiorw..." actually resides. without first oht

when men could by l> strenueius( excMlion, .. III license, pen nut ting him or her I >uld

,4' tl l j barely obtain sufficient water to piePerve (Ba"K; ants eleteVt' the odor of a so; 01 who; hunts outside of the ,ee> l
e animal life and stood helpless: goat I lie- a couple ,tl'onAngol'lIs/ in wliuh, he actually resides \\ COURSES IN

y and saw their tops' Iniincd up in the in the1 pantrv and th\ ants will disappeal iilitamiiiir/ /alad, license ' \; wood!

fields( by temperatures of more than i I him to do so ; 01 army non- "e'Me \' f all MiitfU aloe' Deujbli) 1 Entry Uookke-pping Corporation Book-

,, : 100 for 'w'ek. at a timeNever: : has It : the :stall who hunts m this stall',' l load\ ktepirg.!, !Hanking. Shoilhanei, ypcwntniK 1 Penmanship

f happened in IMotida hat eggs, hat* If you ait' lnuhl"oJIth ntusquttoe: <| < out II noil'lesidciit's, license; 01, < oinmrn lal La\\I I fommimul Arithmetic, Spelling andDAY

: been filed on the pave: 'unfits of the turn three>i four hat loose in the lend, or tiansffis, .. his: hunting aii I iul
'
serum
\, streetsby solar heat or that pa bedroom bcfoie le-tiung. to allolh..l'hall: be guilty of a \ :
i
l pars' have been set on "I're l\. the- di,- ------ -- -- 01 enu'.ii.in. and upon conviction, .. I north' I h"A' NIGHT
IK line of not k-ss , of CLASSES
i reel rays of> tin sun. or I that a man'" s |pUIII,11I'd> | bv a !
4 is whiske-i\ have been 1 lII'n.d off his, fart( W. J. McCrackenwill : SH) 101 wile) than *"o<); but any I *. so
deal hunt his i tfie- "'P"I'I/'III'.d: 'al'h'r-I in (harge Diplomas) ranted; and
by ,sunlight rrictnlrated( hy 1 mean ofa arrive in < may upon own !" .
prism, as icluteei bj the Anie'iuan\ Kissimmee with a Basin: without obtaining a : i just, PccIt ""Hl Veim.'d; : f fir, ( ..raduatesI'.it
: t to
: Press dispatcher I in a I le-eent issui eit 1 license.. I ron i/i' Home 1 Institutions
The Times ft lookas if Florida I may

I The di'Vastating floods) that sv\eep' I Ipl..h the return. of her i bird ,' ,, I {
r. : (''- 'Fcc ,
> uvvuy houses and stork and men. in il the law i- honol'I.-Ja'k freeaid Terncull i : on or address :
:\I..t tiopoliN I :- | >g
(common catustiophe aver JJieUsarisof : | '
miles in otliei" sta.t*=r'ne'\"e-i,. oveiwhelm ". -. I ('
Orlando
us here The 1 phv sie\ 'ul (lonfoi II MOM:" .: I / ..\I-Z.()ULD! ( of Business CollegeTHIRD

yi million of the eounti\ preclude' It. TI"-I I j "IN no end to a silver I 1 ,

and the rainfall, though abundant for Of ioiisi| that meanthat. a I te-as sub. FLOOR PHONE 597
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all useful.. purpeiscs. ., if concentrated, is round, and therefore, has no ;
HAND BUILDING.
would! nol be sufficient to flood all ORLANDO FLORIDA
r ; ll : 0,11level Carload of Horses but it al-
; > l's landsHonda emulated long enough, will j

; is a. nearly immune. hone and MulesSEPTEMBER the debt of I'ensaeeda The time I : H I I I :.t'!2.rt .

11 3( providential ealamatie's: oe coming from it will "ii <|un'p one dollar to "

iii natural causes a- any land upon which the debts\ of Pensaeola will depend .
13Which
t 1+ 4, the Bun ,shines, and is: abufnleintl>. tirt-1) upon the rapidIty of II : :-:-:- '- -:-:- - -
4 fitted for the ,dwelling place e>f a happy And light in this fait lies one} of I :: -?.-:.. .:...:.......:_:._:._:._...:--._._:::3---Cj"-i-------: : : :. :.'_..-:.-..:.-_:.-_;_._._

,' t t4s population a., any ceiuntiv that he will sell alLOW essential.. clement! of good or }

i'' God has created PRICES. times I II( makes no difference I Lake Front Property ml
Our state upon which the Creator
:
\ if the
propetous| a country is, .
)) has smiled with such favor I :
produces ThoroughbredDurocs. ill it is. not in circulation the times For Sale
,t A greater variety of fruits. of the haul 'The country might be ,r.i.

eoil that are useful to man than any ', but with II
pooi-cj a rapid I
I
41 tracts directly ott the shores
I other in this nation or elsewhere upon of money the times would be of Lake:1 ,

the habitable globe That may sound .... I It is entirely practical for one I n that can be reached from Kissimmee :r

yi grandiloquent and exaggerates), but I I have four fine to ten hundred I :
pair pigs 7 weeks pay or even one They will I be sold to the first .
b it IS absolutely true and is sils
easily old weaned and ready to :ship which' lars of debts 11a day. If the

t ceptible of proof. I will ,sell for $11)] f. o. I b Taft; also who have money nl' assets, and makes a reasonable offer. Sold on

f It produces the *grams. and the 1 brood ,sow I year old and i barrows are able to pay and refuse to do t or will exchange for property in Kissimmee.

) fruits of the temperate zones as well :S months e>le|,-will /yell the HOW for money .stringency is caused which : :

; a, th ad those of the tropics. In mauy I $2. and the harrows for $10) e-ach flects itself among all lines of J Write at once to

k : fields they grow side by hide When i I These hogs lire thoroughbred Duiors) ness, especially, those that are

t. ; the lands; of the north are snowbound l> I and are in best condition. Write or such as groceries, dry goods, I } McPhatterKISSIMMEE[ ,

our are smiling in our genial sunlight call! on meats, and dealers generally in l: .

r ; when .the northern farms are I DANA:. PRESCOIT. necessities of life I .

unproductive ours are smiling with :-4tpd! Taft Fla. It is entirely possible that if a 1 ; .'_'_" . . .

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FRIDAY. ,SEPTEMBER. S. 1913 .. \ .... THE K1SSIMMEE I VALLEY GAZETTE l '
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I .A FLORIDA WRITER per Now to the risk law.killing la too them severe and'for these a trap won- I FLORIDA SENATORS I O 0 tuo 00000000.. 00 00.... ....000000 ..to . Oto OOOO O to 0000 ... ....00 .....e. .
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derul1y'InteUilfent little animal '

'- TELLS OF SCENES: IN I' with off their the work limbs'as, cutting deftly trees and, trimming goon as- I'' GIVE OPINIONS ON ::= ::Z?. .. GOOD'

smoothly aa if done with a sharp knife

THE ADIRONDACKS and even building, rafts to
treed ,and limbs to their_winter_homes '
which are built' deep beneath'the'freezing I -

:' MRS MiNNiE MOORE- WILSON line,' for the Beaver river : FLETCHER AND BRYANSAY l yeah-, '

freezes deep in-the winter and is the AFTER, of expoimentinc ;

only time. that horses can be broughtinto 1 ism and, expense, ,
WRITES ENTERTAININGLY OF these Woods., With the lulling PRESIDENT
TOOK
CORRECT and labor
. :
lap of the river against the shore and STAND j ; the"makenf" "
THE GAME FOUND IN THAT .I AND THAT THE AMERICAN '
' T' J the big tamp' fire. sending out its 'red American'finally '

...tl SECTION AND HOW WELLS flames, the fish stories of the men of I. PEOPLE GENER. produced'composition' in t:

THE GOVERNMENT the camp,' enhanced by an occasional ALLY WILL APPROVE; I f

PROTECTS IT. story of a real tragedy the mountains HIS COURSE., I IL steel that, :was perfectly ,I.

" from the good natured guidesas adapted for'fence making Jt
smoke their and stir the I
An extract from an interesting letter they pipes ( By WINFIELD JONES maker
embers of the camp fire, all make the ) There is no other
: received by the editor of this de- 1 Washington D. C., Sept. 2. Discussing .
( of the Adirondacks ideal and that'can 'J I
fN romance of fence use this
partment from Mrs. Minnie Moore the President's
I full of contentment reminding message on
always
Willson, of Kissimmee, Fla. is reproduced Mexicp\ Senator Fletcher said: composition. It is patentedand t
of the life of the Aboriginal people ? .
l because it describes a country I I "I regard it. a I a very able
who once enjoyed! this same life.- message the use of it increases
so primitive although only a fewhours'ride and I believe that the people of the
.
from America's great metropolis: Tampa Tribune. country are squarely behind the President :I: :9 'I many fold, the value of the {,

"Away up here at Wuli-wa-na 404004 J' 0044000444 .I in the mallei. The effect can t.: American Fence to the J
Camp in the Adirondack Mountains we scarcely be foreshadowed.
4 01 The situation :::
:: It has enabled fens
user.
are certainly far from the 'mad- .> ORANGE CENTER 4 will '

dening crowd,' where we find nature 4 0 short time. One : ing to be made as near per f'

I much as the first Americans left it. 440040444444fi444440Mr ', fested and that f GOOD pgNC fection as can be obtained. -

It is strange, that by some unforeseen Gazette: I /government ,{.
source, with our love for the characteristic Your correspondent from Orange This means

of the red man, we were led forces in Mexico
I Center was out taking a look around ) AMERICAN FENCE
to this quiet forest retreat, with the a few days ago. lie saw men in the on their own 1 t

course Indian name, whose significance of | fields! plowing and hoeing and rakingand clusions in their Is made by special machinery which is used only by the makers of it. To de-
is lost has
with the tribe ,that scattering fertilizer, getting the Senator Bryan :
I passed to the 'happy hunting grounds'of ground ready for onions and strawberries 1 "I think t: the invention of this machinery took years of experimenting and hundreds of

the Great Spirit. Few spots in the and potatoes and other good correct position, : of dollars. -

north have the ideal retreat of ages things, and knowing another bunch lations with ':\ ;

past as do these woods on the. Beaver that usually sit in the shade of a scrub': one of two 1. As a result of these years of experience and vast expenditures, American Fence ,

river, for the reason that these 'camps'are if can't find better could do In the ; ,.
palmetto they a recognized the beat live
as being fence made. Every wire in American Fence is
on state lands where a Recently place and wish they could live with- maintain a pfl f.f

enacted bill prevents any more build out working; this is what ran through ,, neutrality, the : always ready for emergency and absolutely. reliable. ,, '

ing or home-steading From our !small his head ( the correspondent's head) tervene by force I ,

collage, surrounded by balsam pine The plowing, planting time is here course is most

and spruce, and the tamarack and The work days of the year, I the most sen",,
birch, on a bluff within a few feet of And they that shirk 1 "The citizens

the island dotted river, we hear the The hard day's work ''I' stand that the J HARDWARE CO.K J

squirrels' buttering as they race Will sure bring up the rear. I States are j
an" oss the end of the porch small But they that work with might and This will Yx FLORIDA ,

I buds that know no fear chirp at the main, i sentiment which Is,I'
doorway and we hear the shy loon call T' dawn 'till dusk thru ed by Huerta Ji-
,
lorn sun or rain I
ooo'oo 04 4+b400
oooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooo.o..oo..00.
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like human voice he dives and
some as ]Nor to chat the United
stop ,
swims leaving' tipples in the water Or &en like that, their country ._ :i\;;(1.u

like the waves of a motor boat Will leap the handsome grain. I "If (President course in deciding for I THE SUCCESSFUL MAN +0 -i .+++++++++4.++*+4.'I'f' ++4*
"Then it is real comforting to see You :sec his head is not very largeso I be made known neutrality. I )

the Great Blue Heron in numbers so that very much could not run'[|ico it will believe that the President He pushes for more business in busy 1 THE i J

close to the river bluff and feel he through It. He does not know where number of the that those in com- \ seasons, and, if customers are scarce, GRAYSTONE

too, is on a vacation and has left his that came from and if apologies are piejudiced' { he held responsible for still pursues.

Florida home for a change of scene due anybody, consider the apology cause of a bel I Americans intended to He practices strict business economyand I mi AU TM TIM ,;
and air and fish for which this Adiron- made. Anyway it tells the story.T. I rule their c belligerency of the Con. I does not condescend to penuriousness. per day. .- l
2.50 to .
dack section is noted. .
L. Stewart is busy getting a big their I or admit the exis- '
"\\' have named the leafy trail that patch of ground ready for Bermuda "I agree fully Carranza faction as a He pays promptly and collects a* he f Special by week or month. :t;

winds through the trees from the main onions. I son's policy civil war. The President pays, rather than pay as he collects. : N W THUIIIMR, rtfe I. I. MITE(, Hr. f ,Ai}

house where the dining service is :Mr K J. Keen has purchased the this controversy to hold Mexico, as a He is courteous in manner and appreciates }+...+.'....--.+..........".++++++++++_. -_......
... _. '&" given, to the cottages along the hank, store formerly conducted by G. E. I for any harm the commercial value of cor- -= =;- ': =- -= A

+ Seminole avenue, while the cottage is Bradley. Mr. Bradley will take a tripto CAPTAIN during the rebel- diality. A man in business hasn't any umpire :.'
christened The Seminole.' I He is honest, not only from policy, ;I
St. Petersburg! to visit friends. on whom to blame his bonehead-plays.
"These mountain forests are HO :Mr F. A. Babb, of Hardeman coun. but from principle; he considers success But he is certain to blame anyone but \ .
dense that no one would venture far I Captain Jack Department today submit- lacking self approbation as fail-
ty, Tenn, was a visitor to Orange himself.No .
without trails and blazed poet scout the of disguise
a guide; Center on the 27th ult. I report Major ure in
trees lead to ponds and lakes an dash- relativesin benediction at : Chief or the Army En- He thinks first and deeply; and Wilbur, two cannot live as
:Mrs T. H. Keen is visiting
ing waterfalls, all in that picturesque Kissimmee this week. I AllT1tRht'). ..", .. on the preliminary speaks last and concisely I cheaply as one. But after you are
section of nearly 2,000 feet above the 1"1Fath...t. \ of the canal from Saint He possesses executive ability to a married you have to.
Mrs Cohoon and Mrs. Kochenderferof
the I' gilt.
sea level. few I Tin' old! ituird 1 l to Lake Beresford near degree which renders him appreciativeof There is never any shortage in the
KisKimmee' entertained .
were a ,
,rind I ..1\.1I \. I( This the most valuable points in of Ingratitude. And will always -
landing. project em
crop you
different are' the and
"Quite game days last week by Mrs. Babcock. lit> comrmifH ", \
fur wardens employed by New York School opens the 8th. And toda If >from. I for in the rivers and ployes. get your .hare
.
'I atata to our Florida wardens, for Mr. C. 0, Guenthal will return to his above of last March. Major :

:; with tracks of tire deer within a couple work in .Atlanta, Ga., at an early date. Old look Abe down and !' that In the opinion
;: hundred feet of the the deer' Thin treat who made the report
i camps, Mr. G..has his place looking in tip top love: ..
are not molested for the penalty is order and has an efficient 'helper in "Tia what they concurs, the work 'contem-
I.nffan and advisable at this time ListenI "!
and the warden has the
severe game his ..on. Tom, who remains on the placeto Amen'A
state of New York behind him. 'Back caie for It. ,\ ml utitl, "'in "" I comparatively small ad .
I lul I i ml.i\ "'
to :Nature': and the life of primitive I l'lie/ in the negro quarters last Friday J i.,0 i on' L. I.., would be derived by
"mimIIi' '" III. : the improvement, which /I front
watchword of
i be the
day seem to night gave the surrounding neigh-/: 1'10. II. f .1 111 ''h. t good
tins Inh'nUIlhut wild Cityptnple Hill., \ 'III' Crn I I considerable expense
/: 'cHJntI'Y. lioi-, u scare, thinking it was the big ,, ,
,
,, 'Hi. I. n'i "1 1 I i --
in kjtki mid jeans" and rough: mill l The I men succeeded in confiningthe I I..-' :; hasm
\ Styaikman -
boots have liffthir automobiles and tile to one .shackMi .. \AAq 1 is good tacking.
'1'h.ucii : -i 't' ,, t ,, III the (House to elah-::
motors !behind and go: ('umNnhlt'.p/ : r. ilanden of Oklahoma expects 1 :i" .111'Ii :111111.' : .IC?i t .11110' ultuial, plant shrub, fruit I ,r ,
ing in tinopen, t'ookl"ah: did our lo be here this fall to establish a broom hft ,
piedecessors, )tinled man of :i)0( yearsago. factoi. lie will also make an exleu- \11111.1 ,Ii1 i in, I I,.1.1 1 1 , , \! tree, bony and'f'Ke
station at or near III III'r
cb"| \ ::11,1 I t I. I ,
MM- e:'II'I"II11"t in the raising(' of \l I |pe I 11\.1,! .I ) at a cost of 40000. I e
(Illl" % V4 .1 v1 (,
"The most intciestmg/: "study perhaps bloom torn. I
along the river is< the work of --'- ----- (1111.| .1 111111'I ' 1 / 1 leainsidc., of Palatka \\1
I" I l t.od I I Vliiil [
the bc'uxeis, placed here by the state !..t'KElrl.l'KE: : SAYS: ,: .1 thus,, III' . ; the State Democratic, Ex 1 I.I I.
I
government a few years< ago There I The I Stork doesn't have to work a- \ 1 D"t;imlti' : ,,,,:I'l t I- 1nInd t. t '', , , .) ..", has |hero i in Wash

interesting< : little woikers are cutting/: hard as he used to But lap dogs. : have .U'iii') unil'n,,clef,i: I II \ 1,, home from Philadel
down /good: sized trees and building: doubled in valuelime I ..", ., m

dams and putting away their wllltel '" isn't much lass to the old \1..1. u "h., r.. I -----..- I
supply of pop.ii] habut they undoing prairie schooner (Hut it WaS unsinkable 1 1?.". ,II. Ii.- | in politic-, I is an untc-elec
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a vvoik for man in, nibi'iing: and wasn't afraid of iccbcigsiollovMiig : '1 1 4 1 1 ,- |III" l.p l.
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the waters' of this wide spieadingJJeavei : ; /: the line of least lesistancc '

Miter, helping to put hack. the. and traveling: in a h'elbaITu\\ I'I'' '..1-,'a. itJLIs ii",,", ., have been l knocking ("or- ; I I39c
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river as their. uniestoih 1 1 left it before me' two way to get there if you. don't /" ,'\,1' sime/ lleitoi was .-
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the white man had killed them off sue how long it takesECONOMY may be the leason why p -
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'I'h'I ,: n:.; l II-I 1 "n ,, use alway, baiting )I .,

ti. ...;--:'4 : :-:......;.:.-....: <--tit-M..X.M-: ; ;. : :_:-:}.},u, r.-:}40::-4fifi4 >+-XM---: :' 'I'ti. :in.':mlI ::? 'fist,I'I I R ..rwr
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-- SAVE THE |.... 'III.. ,'"It 1II I.III.vi. >- .I11d'I, t II"" ] I : ., .:::. $ $ $ $ $ $ .i,:: AU vool clothes Is what ve can say.

'. . lii: ii: willi' | possessing your own oj-
i lul,hll' n 1.,1.., I have for sale a large .f
K: DIFFERENGEt f I i ,I 'y 1'In'- {\'ii in. Im t sum Nm". ,.. ' ( 'I :: :5; rooms, plastered, : We have just received twenty suits

/ "M ,,1. h' WIN (' 'l,1 ,1 ),, and rear porches, I'' from makers Baltimore.
I 111(1 ,III... t-l,. lighting, fit.wltlg well, C our In
t. f! :: t \
( advantage of :X i:: i (.oil. pin I Illl III I ,
.,4 By taking x.%: I HilI'| ''r'Y" ,, 5-ioom cottajt'-a y'' Call and see the beautiful new Brovns,
( ( $ our present .'.{. I 1'In. KMIKIIM, ". ;, neatness. Just the
104 J with tin. v i ,' :: family of-two.
: a Greys and Serges that offerIng.
ve are
"Its (
.. ApaT r ..'' Mo\ I It I" 'IN I: bungalow, :B; rooms
j W --, . t. Furniture ::1f:: \-I I.nut SM thin ,. ., 1 :tf: front rear and side Also handsome black
some raIn-
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J very
? uJt t m.u.on1 I wired for lighting, deep

, v Offerings | Cii-'. ,' ". ,1 I t 105x140, fenced, fine t. 1
ff inv lirothi. in, trees in front yard.. I proof overcoats.
r : Vnil,, 'in h".illnw I | I, cottages on large t
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.... of :i K.. ikliiK, i,', down ; neighborhood. We charge $ t 0 for a twenty dollar
Prices that mean a quick moving-some ::; i ,11 HIM, t"dns I ) payment takes either

the specials; :ij.-i. Mi Ill.l,, I.mi N, ,.and"In. 1.1 and. 1 , i house on good street, suit and give you only one hundred

i I And ,lio . IIM I...". . and 20 acres fine fruit cents for dollar. What's the
White Machines use
Sewing K"'het! ,' from railroad and II your
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Inflpllil liv town, $2500. ,
xbov, of lying about It? "
Iver Johnson Bicycles \Let t thin In; our ,, I also some very desir-
from 6 to 12
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: very
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Oliver Typewriters || .
I InMpln hf'lhv. and acreage. Orange H. C. STAnFORD CO.
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11 I PAGE 6. f, ?. 'f THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, ", FRIDAY*, .SEPTEMBERV3:1013'\ : :'

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being claimed that the mule having a
Gazette.
; The Kissimmee ,Valley ., burro for its mother. has the same The Local Field\ t '.

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I PUBLISHED EVERY rFRIDAY..OFFICE IN ''VALLBT O.UBTTm" BUILDING. hardness !Jf' the: txrdinarnjule, with 1 ..
You Complimentary
.KISSIMMBQ.!:: .OSCEOLA. COUNTY .FLORIDA.W. fewer of the 'I'miilieh"Z'tad, unruly : Is Sent to a'i'i'iTo

... traits of the'common'ntu'le.ff\ { Bradfordjpounty I I ,
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B. HARRIS .. .. a: d'.' ,-, :.. : : : : > ijf Otrller' r Telegraph. .. ,; -*.".* "*.; / Mrs. M. N, Overstreet returned last who
/) and are not
"I ', uS. J..TR1PLETT! :. .. ..;: .. ''v *" ,.' .' .. fc Editor and MarUg'er r "' Every Road Lead.',t. Kissiiqinee.Editor"Puckett Friday from a two-week visit with those who receive this paper, ,

.- C of the Star ,&'hlgrto friends a} Will' Springs..;, .ub.cribe"we, will say that jt .U.; sent to them
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copy, ono year .......... ..........11.1* regular -- w
: On copy at amontha, -__..... .76 One copy three month. ...... ..40p be determined to- get the rQl'rfrom} commissioners and 1
:_ -.. - -- -': -.. <. :ibe to :Mrs. C: L. Hyatt and son are spending through the courtesy of our county ,
Kis.iromee.tottht'eepst
''t., All communications, except from our. authorised correspondent", "must b* x> \C ,. } a brief time' with cl ... aimed.. by the writer I ':- Cocoa. This is, all, Ml and good and they are perfectly

:1.t 'H.J.ot d-matter-will mot bO'1: tu"'d., unl.>"'-e Ln.4 -for.- ---,---- 'shows.that:Bror.PwckeJkt;: is rigl t.up-to -- near---Lakeland.._,--.. --- to their neighbor without fear of receivin _a_ _bill. for Sk"scriptlon.

1 Xatered at the PO.tOft'lce' Klsilmtne Florida, : aa a econd-clasi nail matt. now in trying to further the;:$best Interests Mayor Lilly is spending the* day It U sent to persons in the north and west ::,

of his"city: ,.but to vl\\ looks looking over the many improvementsmade "1e

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913. too much like trying' to takai candy at Narcoossee during the past that they might become: acquainted with the many oppor.-:

. u., __,- -, "C--, _. .' -. =- _. _,4._' .">": "% from the baby,.Melbourne started:' that few months. tunities and advantages Osceola county offers the home- .1L'. .
I
\
"road to. Klsslrnmee" moye 'artd has

FALSE IN PRACTICALLY EVERY PARTICULAR"We a good, practical route laid out with .C. W. Dann will leave tomorrow seeker, the investor and the tourist. '

the St. Johns alreadyAbridgedhere-; night for Baltimore and New Yorkto e

recently serf! our advertising solicitor to appear before the fore Melbourne should have -.her inning purchase his fall and winter stock .
----
board of trade of a city in central Florida. It ii a nice town ; is very without anyone trying to get the I of goods _

d attractive (from the railroad ; has a nice railroad station and is a town oyster out of the soup until she has Julian Montsdoca -

I that creates a favorable impression at first sight. Our solicitor was t.hrowed the project down and givesup Jr., of the lower, section and of Ab the Wright coun-, to Oliver's Island, where most of the | PALM LEAF EIGHT kI

I referred to the chairman of the advertising committee/ and what do her claim of "first in the field."- day was spent, the entire party accepting -!
have been
ty, transacting business in Col.\ and
advertising Eau Gallie Record. the hospitality of I I FEET IN WIDTH
you think he told him ? Nohting except that he thought all Kissimmee this week.H. .
Wouldn't that make had Busy Around here Mrs. E. M. Oliver at an old-time dinner i
was graft. < you guess why they an Everybody i

advertising committee at all ? 1 suppose it's the rule to have such a Kissimmee is beginning to fake on Clay Stanford will leave tomor- such as only real Southern gen -

committee and that the reactionaries' put a safe man at the head so a busy air among the farmers, and row for the eastern markets to purchase tlemen know how to furnish.J. ('IT I IN:': REEDY CHEEK SWAMP

that there would be no money wasted in such foolishness. This seed beds are being made and ground a fall and winter stock of goods booster BY NEBRASKA JOHNSTON
H. Halley, the Loughman ,
chairman is also a prominent storekeeper a member of the late legislature prepared for the various fall crops.S. for his stores in this city and St. transacting business here Mon: AND;'; ) PRESENTED TO THE

and the bitterest fighter against the enforcement of the Imma- B. Aultman has a number of celery Cloud.C. day.was VALLEY GAZETTE.

ture Fruit Law that Mr. Burton had to contend with.'" I, seed beds sowed and will put out a
H. Funk, owner of an extensive
in last'week's issue of the Florida Grower good quantity of this vegetable. and and :Miss, Violet Gilbert of Plant Cijy, i -
The above paragraph appeared will do orange grapefruit grove at II iIliard's 1
a general gardening businessfor is few days here with her During the past five years it has
spending a
I and indeed that it did for it is practically false in particular.The Island, left on the morning '
I we are sorry every home trade as well as for ship- train for few father, E. S, Gilbert. 'been' our pleasure to write of many

city alluded to is Kissimmee and the gentleman the Hon. H. Clay ment. He has about 80 acres in his a days' stay at Fells- big things grown or discovered in this

Stanford. The representative of the Grower who was sent here and who remained farm with ten acres sub-irrigated and mere. :Mrs. J. ;Mattocks: of :Mt. Dora, I section, in fact about the biggest and

\ ; the rest in a good state of cultivation. Miss Woodward arrived from At- is spending the week here the gue in these parts for a week or more soliciting!. business for his paper, was '
He ha sout a large quantity of akra lanta, and has been busily engaged installing of friends. in these part1, but never before havewe
B. Grout.
by name A. that is in bearing, and as fine as any fixtures and arranging her been called I upon to tell of the size
Mr. Grout called on the writer who is president of the Board of Tradeof In :Miss Elizabeth Johnston, after a
one needs to see. the spring he stock preparatory to opening her new visit with relatives at Braden- of our palm leaves.
pleasant
Kissimmee, seeking a write-up of Oils section for the Grower, and was referred will plant a )large-acreage of Irish poi millinery store.J. town han returned to the city. i On Wednesday<< Mr :Nebraska' Johnson -

( to Mr. Stanford who is chairman. of: the, ,advertising committee of the tatoes; and corn.-Florida. --*. Growers brought to the Valley Gazette office ...
News. C. Ledbetter has about completed ;Miss Corinne Gilbert left Sundayfor two palm leaves with stalks
Board of Trade. When importuned by Mr.: Grout for business Mr. Stanford big handsome
; new residence in Cape a month's visit with friends in the attached that he said, he had cut from '
replied that he could not see his way clear to authorize such expenditure; NATIVE OK DIXIE Breeze<< Addition, and moved in this '
i mountains of :North: Carolina. a tree in Reedy creek swamp. The
4 that he did not believe our city would receive full Value for its money ; that Edouard D'Ofwho will (be seen week. This is one of the handsomest stalk, and leaf together/ measured

111 a superb production of "The Merchant residences in Kissimmee. v,'. II. Arnold and wife and J. T. '
circulated
there was a paper here the Valley Gazette that in every state in the / 'something over fifteen feet, and the
t
the : Burkhalter and wife. Labor I Day)
Union as well as fourteen foreign countries and fully covered the field along of Venice" at Pastime The Circuit Clerk Overstreet, in accord- spent ,'!leaf alone measure.! fight feet in width
Milliard's Island.A. .
atre Monday evening, the 8th is a with friends at
,
4 the newspaper line ; and further that he believed!< in keeping money at home. ance with law, has just completed his and five and a half feet from top to
Southerner birth and
by He
raising. semi-annual of the and A. Tano. chief of our fire de i "101 torn. a pretty good sized fan for
report<< receipts
That was the extent of the interview between Mr. Stanford and Mr. Grout. wan! born in New Orleans in 1879, his
di J of his and both < Kis \ >ursements office, partmt'nt.a among ,
J Mr. Stanford did not nor does he think that or other father Lucien J. D'Oize, havmg beenan
? say newspaper any sides of the ledger balance to a cent business men who uvted'I'anipa. on :Mi i Joli,,-tmi MaU'R that these<< trees

kind of advertising is graft, and Mr. Grout maliciously falsified when he made officer on General Bragg'a staff which demonstrates a close attentionto Tuesday.Miss ale' of'r inpid' /growth that they

f; such a statement. Mr. Stanford is one of the most progressive men in Florida during the war between the. States; his duties as well as a correctnessin I n a1 h full -iim four or /five years. "

1 was a native of Baltimore and of : :MU--OUII! ]Hronson after two 'I 1 11" ic" are hll"d"Jof" these palm
and gives more toward public!. improvements in ohe year, we venture to say bookkeeping
French descent, and his mother of i I month pleasantly spent with. frn-ixl-. I"", ,planted in Kivsimmee. which to '

s than has the Grower and its entire force since it began publication. English and Irish extraction, r nativeof Miss Maurine Dann entertained a in Georgia; returned) to her home hii- thtomit' ? i t ana source, of wonder

4Ku4 We repeat that we are sorry indeed that such an article appeared in a Wilmington, North Carolina. number of her friends Tuesday after- i ion Tuesday.I iiinj, d, light but, none of them have

state paper, for it is false in inception and false in fact, and we predict an I II lia\es. tin- l length of the one now on
I Real Estate Exchange held its
6 early death for the Grower if it continues the practice of attempting to club I I regular] weekly] me oUngVedneada}' < \hil>ilion ut this office.

and blackmail business into its columns. night in their new quarter1in the

The only truthful statement in the article is that Mr. Stanford is proprietorof THE LAW: IN THE CASE I :Miller building on Stewart avenue OPENING Of SCHOOLS

a store here and represented Osceola county in the last legislature. Ir.) W. C. Person of ( ''iluntlo camedotn

I The Grower will soon lose the respect of the people of Florida 1 if it continues During the past two weeks we have dropped the names today on :'>:uk: Hr \Vinn met School will open, for regular work

from our subscription list of all those who were one year in arrears next :Monday at H.'H: ) o'clock
such tactics. him at the railroad station and theItwo morning/ ,
L j as the rules of the Postoffice/ Department provide we shoulddo. doctors motored over to St. Cloud. and parentare urged to have<< their ....

We desire to say to those whose names have been droppedthat children] in attendance on the first

;!,y'I.? ) It appears to us that boards of I I it was not from any fear that they would not 'pay their J. Woodward of Dayton Tenn., day:; that the work of organization

F s county commissioners, city councils, I TALKING; KISSIMMEE AND subscription to this paper, but our attention was called to the rule arrived in the city Tuesday on a prospecting may be perfected ut the earliest moment -
,
1 I and we bad no other option in the matter. We hope they can tour, and it I is more than probable \ possible.Children .
boards of trade and citizens I l
U A commit-
COUNTY
OSCEOLA
i see their-wayj clear to again enroll their names on our subscription i that he will purchase a business of all grades are to report
tees would do a wise act if they would list "$ I 1 and become
<< a permanent resident. ut the main huiJdl j Monday: morning,
place all publicity funds at the dis- The f following is the law in the case: and those who be
to in
t The Subscription Pays Big Dividends.The are placed the
| Adolph Rosenburg, proprietor of
posal of those who understand the art Copies sent to persons after one year from the I new school, located at the old Methodist -
Osceola county commissioners date of * 1 the Greater New York Store, will
of their will ,
of boosting to the best advantagethe expiration subscriptions not '' church, will later be conducted to
subscribed for 600 copies of the Kis- be leave Saturday night to purchase his I
accepted at the pound rate. that
newspapers. simmee Valley Gazette to be mailed '- fall and winter supply of goods. Mr. place y their teachers.A .
"
0- weekly to persons in the' north and \ Rosenburg is also proprietor of a large teachers' meeting is called tor-
'
We notice in some few papers that west to furnish information about ,'-- dry goods house at Jacksonville I Saturday morning. Sept. fith. at o-

V Senator Zim of St. Johns that ,.section.Tropical Sun. o'clock, at the main school building i If
county,
't president Dr. J. M. Gross of Wynnewood I
R. M. EVANS
noon at her home on Patrick street. Principal.
of the State Federation of Labor
t PRATHER & LUPFERVBUYOUtJ.M.HANSELL Okla., pastor of the Methodist church:
4 3 No Bad Pictures ;n Kissimmee.It Vinco and rook were played, after
is thinking of entering the race for !
1
at that place, was in the city Sundaythe I MITH F: FOR tl-l-I.K'ATIOV ROM TAX
congress in the Fourth District. We seems that some of the ministersin which delicious ice cream and cakes''j guest of Rev. J. I I1) Sibert and 1):1): : 1"10:11: ".:""' 1"" ore AWL

w don't think the Senator will Kissimmee objected to some of the were served by :Mrs. Dann and .Mrs. ST. I.HNKHtl.: : wrvn TEN OK
i oppose I I preached a most excellent sermon at Till"T:: 'I''': Iss' fl.OltlUA."
> that shown Cole. Those present were, Misses
Claude L'Engle-they both think too pictures were being at I
WELL KNOWN FIRM the :Methodist church that night. ;Noli' , ,
OF YOUNG Ii
IK 1',1"
nlvi-n that
KIXJXH
I closely along the same lines. the picture shows there with the result Maurine Dann, :Mildred Winn, Kath- I I \1 .IAI'tiilt'S:( : I'L< IIIIHI-I" or Tax ('''rtln.1" -
BUSINESS MEN BRANCIIING
1 -*- that the Ministerial Association leen Bearden, Laura Thomas, Mattie The many friends of :Mr. and tlr' E./ |.. Ni.: :jlll i | /anil 733: doted the 8rd day

I, presented resolutions asking the city OUT IN LARGER FIELDS. Belle Harris Helen Bass, Ethel Gilbert I K. W. Cobb will be pleased to learn I''I' -lull in, .nit\ 11 uMli 1 mil, and him Ned him made said cerlin.it.ii appll--

y Residents of the Heights section say ; council for a board 'of censors. The and Annah Mary Lewis. I that Mrs. Cobb has so far recovered] iiitlnii. fur Hi/ d.-.d| in Untie In Hctordiihi -
When Holmes Prather and Earl with I I law
that, before arresting property-owners SlIM n-rtinrates from her I
recent indisposition s to In
matter referred the bra -
was to city attorneys ri.lli.Hlnx ili'BiTlln-il
for not cutting weeds, the city should] Lupfer formed a co-partnership several I IMnuat.(1. In OHI' .-.la property
a the council. The Among the Kissimmeeites who visited cut an dno fears are entertained of \ r'nunly Florida lull -
by lawyers rendered .
months and the i ""ruflnt" No
w cut the weeds in the streets, which ago purchased aol 1,0166 of the
the opinion that cities were not St. Augustine Monday, taking ad- her complete<< recoveryMrs. Hi mini.Ii- Lund. A Inv i-stmi-nl Company's
automobile business of S. W. Down-
are reported to be neck-hifrh in some!" Fubditl.i n"" ..r rill .. 01
% places.-Tampa Tribune. The guardians of public morals.-Gaines- ing, who was the local agent for the vantage of the excursion, were<<, : : I L. H. I Ingram and daughter .....I s'- ..r 11<|1-: '. ,.I si'/iion/ 33 Town-NEI4
\'ille'Sun. Messrs. Earl) Cowger .'o/elson/ Russell, Hhll 2f 'stten-j
.. I Ford auto of older and Irene, returned home Wednesday from l.init .
; tion of our mayor is "' some our more M. I. Ferreira Walter b.-iug UHHvHH.-il at the dote of !I"
Mr. ,
Thomas .
-.HIM" .r .uu'h ,- .
fort I conservative business men said "the :North Carolina, where they have been i-irtirtiaif the name
L ed to the above as a fitting plan and Mrs. W. G. Campbell, Mrs. R. L. lor W I. Jacnl.uH/ Ci>rtinialiNo'738..
R 1 -'' his honor to adopt. I' Valley Gazette Appreciated.The boys have tackled a pretty big thing," visiting relatives the past two months. I I I.": > :lout k 27f. Stoud| said
Starling and children, C. W. Stute and l.ot I l.i 1 Inn, ,-IKK. MM..|| at the ilnte.h..o" !ts
y M -....'--- I Kissimmee Valley Gazette and but they didn't know the amount of daughter, and the Misses Wilcox. The They were accompanied home by :Miss VIIHIHI, ..r suh "-it inratf. n the name

the Starke Telegraph are considered energy, grit and business ability these Blanche Ingram, sister of Sheriff 1 L. of,, y, .lilt,. abIM, fnleHR mild rrrtmrate
visitors returned home "luill I. ii il.- niil l
We in of Wednesday. according to law
are receipt The Statesman .
had stored for H. .
the two best weekly papers in the young men away just Ingwm.Dr. tax .I" nl. HIM issue thi-ri-on on the 6th
a paper published at Calcutta, India.:, .state. The merchants of Kissimmee such emergencies. ,I." ..r..t'r i | A I I' 1918 0
It contains 40 and D. W. Clark and wife of Apopkawere ) W. B. WItherspoon arrived f, 'Jm 1 \VITNKSS;' ; < MY IAN AND. OJo'I I"IAI.
is
pages as up-to- appreciate the Gazette as its advertising I So marked has been their success I MM: I. K1SSIMMICK: I I flTY. KI.OKIDA.
t'' r date as any paper published in Amer- columns to while I that this week they purchased the in the ct| ya few hours :Mondayen Birmingham Wednesday afternoon i|I I his r.lh' day| of S..Itemb.r< | A l"._1913,
go prove, on route St. with his 1 .I ,I.: :
ica I to Augustine for a fewdays' family and they are settlingin OVKHHTKRKT.
being profusely illustrated and the other hand the merchants of garage of J. M. Hansell, on Broadway |1'.1'It' ( 'li-iU Cln-ult Court.
stay, and d-jring their stay here the I'resbyteTiati manse Church ': '.
.4 ; containing the latest news from all on I HBIIM.IH .unl\ Flurtda"IIINIF'I"v
Starke don't seem to realize the worthof and aside from being thoroughly I" H.
'
;t. a of the world. I paid their respects to this office. :Mr. street and Posseil avenue. He will
parts We
suppose it equipped to repair cars, however bad ..
such a paper as the Telegraph in : "4i :.
,
was sent us by fapt. F. F. Hunter, who their midst The Telegraph is about the break, have sufficient room to accommodate -j Clark followed the newspaper profession (ill his pulpit Sunday morning: and .
I I .1.! I .Id! 1 I"
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n is well known here i for l fifteen years in Kentucky, evening:, his theme being "Israel at . ,.. t "Iu. "r tin x.cUttono
as a member of twenty-five ahead of the townit all who desire to stored :-- I .ut, of .not ,.....1..1'. the Seal or Ihe
the Hunter Land ('0., but who is stationed years their autos. The garage will remainin |: and, as hi' says, "he just can't get the Sinai" etc. A cordial l invitation I is extended I, n alt' ,.I ''UII .In. null r", us..ola ('"un- li" -
is in.-Baker 5. ,
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published County \ "It .Ivdl all ( ,
'Ire.\.r\
y't at Calcutta and holds the responsible Standard.The charge of the same expert echan- smell of printerInk out of his nos- the public to attend these Cervices. ,.., i'IoluL, dit.'d! lkh 411 (01.. r.the I 1910 StsteII In
, I trils." I.Ih., .. .
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position as Assistant Sur ics that so abley filled the positions I '., nlpb.. II .uol. n. "t N; ('anpbell. err

; 't veyor-General of India-a very high Subscription Will Be Continued.The during Mr. Hansell's ownership. ( R. E. Sewell and family have returned II The "Merchant; of Venice," with lJ| ,1,1.11", J ".1\" ,..e.l.'1.,\i."."l II Im. :Savna.and. will.. I., .n d"..r..ndJ Mon-

't commission in the British army. Osceola County Board of Coun- from un T-vtehsive summer ouard] Il'Oize) in the ale of Shylock 1,1..." II, t .1.. I f, 1 1"1:1.:: iii,, Minna. being Ii

.> --- ty Commissioners has subscribed for "Thru Tropical Florida," Scott Les trip through Aikansa, Illinois and I will be presented at the l'astlJne1011.: ..?.'gill" Sala:.,..r roil 1'\-. .'if 11.1., .for flurllll aril.at the (legs"ourt)

'I It's the same old story so often told. 1,200 copies of the Kissimmee Gazette, lie's production, and which has been other Western states, and Mr. Sewelli day night the Sth, and will attiiftt, a I I"'II.II.".I..,. .IL......I 11I".t'n K'H.11I1I"' .'.,.... Flurtda and.
101.1..1' .
I -_, ? Lakeland business men subscribe Kissimmee Journal and St. Cloud Tribune advertised extensively through this i again \\ith Jc-o.; M. Taylor at hisBroadway large audience, as it is seldom a playof I "II.,." .".. ,,1 sta I.. hllll fur foul cosh. ,bring. 110.

t Ls ?t $1,000 for the purpose of advertising to be distributed in other states. state, was shown at the Pastime Wednesday glt'll'T'ton'; : .\1 r. Sewell such high character comes to our 'I."IU.I. .t.M..'.h,1,...L.mlditldd. 'uwllt hlorlda.'1"1..1. or"-,,,the' Maud The

'r f that city, and the committee in whose Osceola has tried this experiment sev- ; afternoon and night, and attracted states that he found the weather much I city. Manager \Voodl)('( k j is using 'I \\ II :5iltng. I" and lu th.. Sof:
-4, hands the money was placed decideto eral times and has found it worth audience. To that' "I'. I, "r S" hot, 24. To" "ship. Ito: South
a large say effoit to give his .
I, warmer in the states he visited thanin j I every patron 'he .f it""" :::4 1::11"1 I.... u.II\'IIo'(1. ", wI -
fc' print 10,000 booklets and gave the .-Tampa Tribune. the picture was good would be but Ki III lull'
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order to a Lynchburg, Va., firm ; the small praise for it i.", of the best N\V4 or 1'0\\4: Seitlon:
one !be I back again. and on this occasion there. should not I' 1'"" "HIliI'| 2" South of ItunKc 3S ,/
4' commissioners of Lee set aside i 11 I..IK;. all or, th. SW'.. of NV,", ofi
county /
Raising Mules Will lie Successful.The ever produced here, and the scenes be a vacant seat in the hou.,e when the ,IS\\' S\\' ', Sec4
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( I 1,000 for the purpose of advertising Carson Cattle company -intends shown are exactly( as they exist. It. Dr. W. 1' Grigler, assistant to the curtain rises. t tioii i *i.f.: Township, I'ft. 1'1'4 South' uf of IlnriK
' that and decide to issue booklets State health officer few 1 :.1.1': I 1.11.11.: the SW,. of N\\' I/ of Section
county
I to make an experiment in stock rais- is Mr. Leslie's intention to exhibit it spent a daysin I M ( .
| While out in lownnhlp. 29. South of Hinge 33.
,. and pay postage on mailing them ing on the ranges of Osceola county through the North and there' is no ] the city this week on his regular i driving their touringcar ''KiiNI./,: nil the NW14 of HWV4 of Section

I I as i. out with themoney; the citizens of that may mean the development of an doubt but what it will attract large j rounds of the Ocala district, looking i near St. Cloud last Sunday Mr. 01 f lottimhtp..., much. Ji I hereof! Smith an of shall Unripe be 34 neeesMIr East-

' I j f, Daytona have decided to print 30,000 entirely new and profitable industryfor crowds and do much to advertise this I after general sanitary conditions and and Mrs. J. F. O'Berry, who were accompanied to satisfy In' the MAid executionanlouiillnx

k booklets, and more 'than likely will Florida and one that will mean a tate. interviewing the local physicians as by Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, oKiH, In n,,. Mum principal.of $1.898.49.| interest and and the
to the health of St. Cloud, came near having a further. auto of I32B.OO Interest since
give the job a foreign house. In the good deal in the future development to conditions and prevalenceof Isame
was 'issued
l.
serious snaking the sum of
meantime the local papers in these of the state's resources. C. A. Car- Real Horse Sense I disease. He stated that he found accident. Mr. O'Berry was H.22441t.

'towns can continue donating three- I son, senior member of the firm, has Showing how tremendously it I Kissimmee in splendid condition bothas driving the car, and in order to avoida Sheriff of fisceola III.County.. INOItAM.Florida.
in the road
of their to boosting from to sanitation and health hole drove too near the Joncn At .lon.-B.'
; quarters space purchased Miller Bros., of the "strikes in" here '
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a man returning to I'laliitirfa'
edge when the earth oft Attorneys. 87-It
their counties and the local merchants. "101" Ranch, a carload of female bur- his I sloughed
r Kissimmee home from
a trip back Dr. F. G.
Thomason, wife and precipitating the machine and its 1 1in
, The newspapers don't need arty" encouragement ros, or "jennies" which he expects to to New England declared he "would] oc- FR SALE-Ten acres land, two acres
t daughter were the guests of Mr. and cupants into the ditch which contained \
in the money line. Newspapers place on the ranges in the south partof rather be a convict in Florida than bearing orange and grapefruit } ,,
1 a Mrs. W. W. Saunders aboard their about two feet of mud and
", s +; are printed merely as a pleasurable the county and make an experi- free man in any other state."-Miami I handsomelaunch on Sunday for a 'delightful None of the occupants were injured water. I trees, five room house in first-class j

I rI pastime., ft ftL | ment in raising mules from them, it Metropolis. I condition, fine well, etc. Inquire 4
ride on the lake and a visit and the damage to the car was slight. H. P. Jaekel Sorrento
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1 THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE :For:the next thirty days you can H.. Cj St.anforci'pent'Wid'n sdaY'bi ,

M. Telephone' No.11. let the Valley Gazette for one dollar St. Cloud on business ; .. ', ', ,.b.. !
\ year, provided you pay for two I t.
I 4'' Published Every Friday By years ,In.advance.. \ J., D.. Harris, of'' St. Cloud was in
'I' -.1-.1'I the last' ,
"' UAKKlB.:. city Saturday:
< w. U rir
'I Born to Mr. and .. W. H. Barnettj -

:::: --. I on, Tuesday,Sept. 2nd, son., The Misses Clauson' of St.' Cloud,
were visitors in
our
city-last'Saturday. ,
Sd)'. Deckerl'at. Cloud's attorney- w .
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;l: !'eather'Report' Maw hero Tuesday.;waif ;transajilnif_ '"legal- "l-business"- itor C..to E.-Holtsclaw-was Jacksonville early a 'bu this inesrvta-week. ;; \\\I\ -- Hi.

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';. Following an the dally tem, ){.,M. Miller! owner'" "of an extensive Pretty,ginghams for school l' dresses SEPTEMBER

-. - ;- "-peratUl'e4 {and precipitation: as' turpentine-.still '-a..II"' miles:north of' at the. 'Yom ,n'!,Shop l 18.! Broadway .1 1'd.

reported by!the Government this city''was here. on ,Monday. 37-lt

i \ station at KisslxantM for the Taft was represented: here Monday Mrs E. B., Beeland and little son 1913 1913 / .

.: ,.k ending Sept. 4, 1913. by ,Ed. Spahler,ojio of the prominentmen ,have gone to Clinton, S. c., to spend ,

Max. Hln.Rain of that progressive little town. several months ,_ Sun. !on. Tues. Wed.. THurV Trl SaL
___ 90 80 ;
Friday uu __ For the next thirty. days Mrs. G. F. Kribbs; Mr. F. W. Hill
Saturday. ____ 92 75 you IIIn
.08
and Desmond Little were representatives .
get the Valley Gazette for dollara -
Monday ______ 92 85 _n one Narcoossee here '
.. Sunday ______ 88 77 .17 year provided you pay for two Wednesday. 1
years in advance.C. F. M. 1 234 5 6
.,. Tuesday ----- 92 84 --- the St. Cloud Benjamin, chief engineer of A' 1

Wednesday ..- '93 84 ___ D. Carroll of Norcoossee was electric ffght plant, was ..

Thursday.___ 93 75 .08 among the prominent out of town peo a visitor to,Kissimmee last Saturday, 6 GISTe

otO..OOOOOO."OO.OOO.T" ple who transacted business here Sat- Lewis O'Bryan went to Jacksonville 0

urday.F. Monday, via St. Augustine tran- 1 ,1

-M- F. Braddock and J. W. Parsons, sact business matters, returning home 1 ,
.
Wednesday.Mr.
homesteaders from the extreme eastern -

i LOCAL flfLD.w. : : portion of this county, were in the H. N. Bratton, of Kissimmee is I 1
city last Saturday. spending the day in Orlando w'ith

friends.-Orlando
J. S. Sligh of Orlando, one of the Reporter-Star Wed-
1111111 II SIISIISSISSISS nesday.
,leading fruit dealers of Florida, spent 1 ,

W. H. Brokaw with Grifflng Brothers Monday looking after business mattersin For the next thirty days you can
'
the tree people. .COot Kissimmee.For get the Valley Gazette for one dollara

:M. H. Tindall, one of Ashton's prominent the next thirty days 'you can year, provided you pay for two -
I in advance.
(growers and farmers, was here get the Valley Gazette for one dollara years
I
:Monday. year, provided you pay for two The Loughman baseball team played OV
years in advance. the Tampa Phillies here Monday, a EO ROF G O j
P. A. Vans Agnew spent a couple
resulting in a tie score of 2 to 2 in
i'f' days this 'week transacting legal Miss Anne Carson, daughter of Mr.
twelve
4. business on the' west coast. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, left Mondayfor innings. KNOX f '

Colorado Springs, Colo., to resume F. H. Jenkins city engineer of 1 IJis- .
wood utrand.
Strand $1.25
per her studies in a famous college at that simmee, was the week-end guest of \ NEWYORKEvcai .
within limit.
Prompt delivery cRy
place.W. Desmond Little at his hospitable home
Phone 252 M. B. Carson. 10-tf near Narcoossee.

H. Byrd, agent for the Singer
R A. Bowen, clerk at the Waters
Sewing Machine Co. has been transferred I For the
next
& Carson Grocery Co., is enjoying his thirty days you can r
annual two-weeks' leave of absence. from Orlando to Kissimmee, 'I get the t Valley Gazette; for one dollar
and has rented a portion of the old' a year, provided you pay for two

:Mrs. M. Tiller and daughters left i Valley Gazette building as a sales yearn in advance.

:Monday for a Week's stay at Coronado room. 1 .
C. C. Hudson spent the early part
lUach, the famous east coast resort.
Jno. F. Wilson, of Tampa, has accepted of the week in St. Augustine, taking

For the next thirty; day you can the management of Ross ,, advantage" of the excursion rates last -

/jret the Valley Gazette; for one dollara Graves'; hardware store, and began I Monday.For iJ

year, provided you pay for two work last Monday. Mr. Graves I
the next thirty days
in advance. expects to devote most of his time to you can
gars his fish business. get the Valley Gazette; for one dollara 'r'I i i"F

(Cyril Vivian an employe of the I year provided you pay for two t

miMty clerk's office in Orlando, paid I Paul K. Weaver, cashier of the yearn in advance.E. , ? '
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our. tity one of his midnight visits i Citizens Bank, left Wednesday to'
S. Beeland, of the Kis-i ,
manager
Ihursday J Aug. 28th. spend his well-earned vacation with I3i
I his parents at Lafayette, Ind. Before sunmee Telephone Co., left Mondayfor Best on the Nens'VeaicCalendar

:Mrs. Obed Mitzel in charge of the returning here Mr. Weaver will visit Asheville N. C., where he will

public school at Narcoossee, spent Saturday 'several- in the remain for borne weeks. "
points state of Ohio.
in the city in conference with 1 TKis MontKK /// '
Arthur E. Donegan of Kibsimmee, /
)..r. t>,'ounty superintendent. 'W. W. Bonney, manager of the was in the city yesterday on a business >/.r;; .
Munger Land Co., at Orange Center, / '- '
I for the next thirty days you can mission, registering at the llillsboro. / /
was a visitor to Kisoimmee the forepart Tribune.J. fi//rl////?< ; >:/ / c
Gazette for dollar -Tampa
one
/net the Valley r.
of the week, and said that he expected -

>..ar, provided you pay for two an unusually large number of' U. Clark and wife spent Saturdayat '/ ;

years in advance.W prospective homesee'kers this fill and Orlando Mrs. Clark enjoying: the ; \ f '

J. Sears and family returned of inter. I society of friends and Mr. Clark look- :r(& KNOXH&ISI: (I:

Saturday from a two weeks' stay at ing into the real estate market.
"Sameness in personal religious experience ( '
resorts, and report a
the coast
east I ," will be the subject of Dr. : J, Hugh Reese and wife of Orlando, ,
time fishing and bath-
mottt enjoyable Sibert's sermon at the High School : in which city Mr. Reese is editor of

ing. auditorium Sunday at 11 a. m. At 7:30 I the Daily Sentinel/ spent Monday here

R. B. Woodham, bookkeeper at the installation of senior and junior,league the gue'st' of their: mother and sister. "

returned Friday night officers. A cordial welcome is ex-
d Citizens Bank, lion, P A. VansAgnew, .prominent
last from ten days' stay at Coro- ended to all to attend these services.
a :
\71 Osceola in
county attorney, was :"iJi r
the of W.J I f '."
nado, where he was guest J. W. Seymour, of Ojus, and his' the city yesterday from Kiesirnrnee, CLOTHING

S. Carr.W. grandson, Hoyt Frazure, of Miami, mingling a business and pleasure trip. TZ CORNER

P. Underhill wife and son and have been spending the past week in -Tampa Tribune. ,

I Wilton, Alderman of Bassenger I Kissimmee guests of W. B. Harris Just re'elvE'd-a attractive line
very
spent Monday and Tuesday here, mak- : and family.! They are on their way ef misses' and children's dresses sixes -- .. - -- --
the in Mr. Underhill's hand- home from Gainesville, Ga., where
injf trip 2 to 18 years. Balkan suits 8 to 18 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bronson of Kis
i they have been visiting relatives: for 4
rome auto. years. See them at the Woman's simmee came up this afternoon and SANDWICHESStuffed
the past few weeks.In
II. C. Stanford and family spent' a Shop 188 Broadway. 37-lt motored over to Winter Garden to

of the week at a letter to the editor from Mr. spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roll
few? days the forepart James Steele and :Miss Eleanor I
were in the city a few hours Monday and Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., written Steele, who have been theguests Reaves. They were driven over by Full of Good Thing for School Girl

faTTIOUK from New York, they : "We are :Mr. Fred Bass, who came up withthem
say
I 1'uytona' and Coronado, the two of Mr. and Mrs I J. W. Thompson and Boys, Old Folk and Young People
resorts. now thinking of home and Kissimmee, i but returned later in the after
east coast for the past month, returned to ,
/and hope to soon get into full swing noon.-Orlando Reporter Star
Miss Lillian Prentis, after a most and harmony with the town." As a their home in Jessup, Ga., last ]\10n-1 p 3 tbs Califronia Prunes nnh_ .25 1 Ib Good Green Coffee u_-____ .16 ["

pleasant visit to the home of Mr. and rule Mr. and Mrs. \Villson return from day. The engagement" of :Miss Florida 3 cans English Peas n___ _____ .25 1 pr. Men's $1.25 Kahki pants __ .95 '

MrK A. Y. Fuller returned Saturday their summer's outing the latter partof There will be a lecture by the Rev. !Needham: Bryan, daughter of Mr and A good Fountain Pen _un____ .10 6 cans No. 2 Pork and Beans __u .65 7 \,

afternoon to her home town of Kis- September.At T. W. Law at Shingle" Creek church on Mrb./| John Milton Bryan and sisterof 6 penny pencils for _nnn_ .05 2 cards Pearl Buttons ______uu .05 ( ,

cimmee.-Orlando Reporter-Star. the night of the 14th of September. United States Senator Nathan P. 22 tbs Good Rice ____ n_______ 1.00 1 Ib "Rib-in" Smoked Bacon -- .20 ... i 1

the Baptist church Sunday Hro. Law is a Bryan, to Mr. Lawrence Raymond Best Schol Tablets n_________ .05 Boys' Blue Chambray Shirts __ .25 ,

("apt. Jno. L. Frisbie, who will beI I morning Dr. Holt, the pastor, will All forceful invited speaker to come.and! all that hear him II Milton has been announced. The marriage :3 cans String Beans __ _____-_ .25 Premier Grated Pineapple _u_ .15

pleasantly remembered as among our speak on lessons gathered from Gideon <- will occur in Jacksonville on 1 pair Boys' or Girls' Hose .10 and .25 Best Composition Books __u__ .05 t
the past four winters will get a treat.Kissiminee I' October} the "l"o"d-Jrlando Sentinel.
during
tourists and the Midianites or "Faint and I
writes from Hillsdale, Mich., that he yet pursuing., At night he will speakon represfntatr.es. in the : :Mi.s ;Mryan is also the Meter of !Mrs.C. \ I PHONE ; .

will be with us again during Novemberor "Who shall be then to stand," or I city tHlaan' Mr. Fred Kass, and :Mr I: A. Carson, wife of ..x.S 'nator C. BROADWAY 424 TAYLOR 250 till.1 g .

I ecember.S > some thoughts on the Judgment. E. ('. Bryan, the former looking after I I A. Carson and Mrs. B. 15. Simpson, I ; ti

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!S:",L. Lupfer, our efficient, county Come and let' us worship the Lord to- I automobile) interest.1while the brand latteris of ,I postmaster of Kissimmee.Miss ,

time atGrel.n gether. expatiating on special !. :Mattie Bandyreturned home I -
treasurer, is spending some t
I fertili/'Ts.' Kepmter-Star{ :; \V'd'Il'.1, days in the large milmery establish- |! *
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Springs with the hope of bettering laM :Monday from an extended! tour: Pastime Theater
has Mrs. H. H. Blanrhaine and children day. I,, menu, and topped in\ New York ]ii
which
his physical (condition of Europe :Miss Bandy was away -
I
will leave Monday for Jacksonville, Philadelphia and Baltimore on her return -
}been' anything but good for the past t the Atlantic about' four months, during which time |
to join !Mr. Blanchaine, who is nowemployed The special excursion o\er to purchase) )her. fall stock; and ONE NIGHT ONLY
'tveral weeks. lie is accompanied by literally she traveled over twenty thousand
\ :Monday was -
in the main office of the Coa't.111( become familiar'with the latest styles

Mrs. Lupfer. Western Union Telegraph Co., in that : patronised, by Hiv-mimee from, their this countries miles and of ci.nid that continent.all the principal Both in i ill millinery.Additional. Monday September 8th

I During their residence in Kis- .beingevetity. ) ticketsold i ,
the
Judge T. M. Murphy had pleasure city. several I
berf tin- lolortd 1'aris and 1.0nl"nhe spent ( Locals on Page Six)
Monday of joining in marriage simmee both Mr. and Mrs. Blanchaine place ( mte a nun I IY ANNUAL TOUR '

Jag, E. Parrish and Rebecca Bronson, have made many warm friends who I population took advantage of the l lt I I 1
Yi-Yi Yi i Yi Yi !fi iY ; f fIi; !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii Vi !Ii !Ii
both of whom were eighteen years of regret to see them leave, but will hope rates. ; !Ii Yi !y7 y1 1 !J Edo.D'Oize

age!: ', which fact necessitated the presSof for them every prosperity in their ?Mum Boone, brother' of G 11 1>, Bone, ,: IN SUBURBAN HOME r
CHANCE
before the judge new home. RARE
,,- their parents arrived item' Evauville.Ind. ,

.' .1 wedded perform couple the ceremony.will make their The Last Friday was a good day for of \thib.. :Monday city and. intends for.eifral to locate in ly'fj As other interests<< prevent 1 my 'living (there I offer for sale my I I attainted by t

/fishing and some of the visitors! on the Florida. lie has been I

home near Loughman. beach had a taste of real rushing. I years one of the boys in the newspaper -I. equidistant I Miss ii
1! Eugenia Flaggand
II. 1. Yowell, wife and two children, Early in the morning of that day Capt. game. lie is well pleased) with ; This property comprises over 20 acres of good land, and has
of last week Calhoon of Sanford, Hon. Jos. Sears, Florida climate and the country in
arrived in the city Friday 660 feet on the lake front.! Excellent fishing.
from Atwater, 111., and in future will of Kissimmee: and Mr. J. II. Ferguson general. I The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost an all New York Shakespearean

be our permanent residents. Mr. of St. Cloud, hied themselves Co. have purchase 1! new story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house, two wells Company in

Yowell is a brother of City Councilman away to Red Shell where bass are I H. M. Breaker &to be used in handling (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water, good out-buildings,
and of Miss running in great numbers. Their an Overland auto THE MERCHANTOF
Clarence E. Yowell now visitors to the city this 1Ii! ; barns and chicken runs.
Emma Yowell, the efficient teacher of reward was beyond their expectations, the many with their real I'I 'I County road and A. C. L. Railroad run through south end of lot

I the primary grade in our public school. as their catch numbered twelve beau- winter, in connection Messrs. Breaker and 1Ii! with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. VENICE ,

1 He says that farming conditions in ties, the aggregate weight of which I estate business. both learned how to I Y1 Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable and terms

i Illinois are in a most deplorable state, I was 240 pounds. They all agree that Barclay have poles already, and by ,,II Y1 given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis. Box 196, Kissimmee' Fla. Prices (jOe, $1.00, and a few at $1.50.
telephone
and that he anticipates hundreds of there is no place for catching fish like evade 37tf

families moving to Florida, from there I Coronado Beach. New Smyrna the fledged time drivers the crowds of cars.arrive will be full !Y1 JfiS !liYiY1YiYiYiY1YiYi Y1Yi !IiliYiYilililililili! ! ! ! Seats on sale at Roberson's Pharmacy.

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: 01" INTtt'STIOIV TO APPLY -
BR. C. L. HYATt yun LUTTKIIM PATKNT CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING: ...
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: I' Physician and
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.*/ Surgeon Notice l t. herebyglVeil. that the un. A Prolific Hay Crop That LEWIS O'BR.YAN
Phones dorslMTird I Intend to apply to the Governor -
of the tate of Florida, on Tuesday -
Office 197 Kissimmee October 7th. 191 a. for letters patenton Is Superior Even to Alfalfa i '. ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING
the. following proposed charter.
;. Res.. 248 Florida U A. OAKSON. five Cents Per Line -
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J. :M! CAKHON.. C. E. PLEAS. of CAip/. Fla. in /'.,..acola JournalI
r -".- C. A. CAKHON JR. >. ... Lath Insertion.'. IN

'.' KLIZAUMTH U. CARSON. j ..

'..,, ): ., T.M. RIVERS. M. D. l>HOr(?"KI) 4'IIAHTKU. UF C-'RIION! have noted with much interest :ThJournal's oyer any other hay Is that It cures; j FOR SALE. ABSTRACTAND
rATIl.H ( OMIMN1,, ,
: .,1. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON; editorials alfalfa growing very quickly. In from 24 to 43 hours _

--- ...:. AHTICLiB I. in Florida and the references from for a three-ton cutting in ordinary 1 FOR SALEBay saddle horse. Apply -
-- '--OfficeoyerOttceola Vl & .. ,
> rmacy -Th<* -n..m.. ofthIacorp4ratIon shalbo
I t Realdence 53 CAIIMON CATTL.H COMPANY, and btherpapers,:and it._occurs' to me that. w !ath r-and, .it ,wil.stand-a thorough.'I Jto E._O. Van Ajrnew.. 22tf I ._ TITLE WORK'

: PHoNEs.' } offlce 148 Its principal placi of business. artall be I may be able to give some Information soaking; while curing and out .. '
come
In the City of Kl..lmmee. Osceolfl ap. FOR SALE-Seed potatoes> for fall STATS BANK MLOQ':
Count)'. Florida.. with branch offlcei on the hay question that would be ot parently uninjured. I have had it rained 4 ,
In such place or places In the State ol planting; Spalding's Rose No. ,
; .. W. L. WINN lorlda and other pluceM In the United interest to your readers. on for three daya and still make a bushel. Oliver & McKclvey < < < * * * * * < .

-I MateH: or In foreign countries. an thll1I11..tor Since the appearance of "alfalfa hayon ; fair quality of hay. $1.50
86-41
!- PHYSICIAN $ may determine Box 474 Kissimmee.
: A .. II. the market some years I have ,
ago In feed value kudzu stands ahead of: I:
f 1'h. 1C..n..r..1. l natureof. the buatneaito
Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. been
investigating its merits in silent
.l... tra iteart. .d bv 8ntd corporation. a all the list, except the giant, beggar cOt OOOOOOOOOOOOO.t. .
RmiDKNrc PHONE .1'i iOrricB KlUAIMMRK ,shall. I I IK to lu\'. ....11.I ma on Itt'. I likaHi> and way and find its feed value about on j 1/ j' MISCELLANEOUS.
has
and
: ProNg'? 'IAR1D.. 1)1) .\...Inp 'hut di. and conduct a general weed it so many superior THE
Mill.. iHlati. hlislniBH and to hu> and par with that of cowpea hay and like qualities over all other flay thatit Kissimmtve and .
plants FOUND Between
.
j $..II lunilH mi UK own ,,, ..unl .and oni the hay. it -isn't -
R. DEWITT T. LIGHTSE i iTJ1IC 'oiiiiiilHHfoii .to iHillil "". own. 1m'|>.iotmi.I >. pea safe to feed to is easily in a class. by itself I Taft, a Panama coat. Owner can i: MaiiliatttrnHotel
'I ) I il i..\ liii.| lit nile oumil l liv I his cmpoiatlon '. horses or mules as it is too looseninjon and '
.. I.. inzinufitcturi'. "j"l..r Urn Its analysis by our state .chemist have same by proving property
1MIYS1CIANResidence |,< I lllMll HtoliH' < r"Ha-II"8. t II r|"'II11II... their bowels and upsets their di- shows paying for this notue i:
flllh I ,', itt .oliii'tM. HIM) tip ii'itt.-. Illtl.. OWII -estion, when fed regularly and on full as high as 19.82 per cent protein I
'
Phone ..i74Othce in.I ,,,'l, IIH Inoair tact. .. or ani-nts 'In with an of about 18
Phon US tin I pitt, ,Iu.t.$.'. Hali. l .. "uiitIttifat'ltii'e. amidisposition ration. Like the pea hay again, it average percent rOUNO-A gold/: t'uff.button ; now at I :: Attention to
Hill which is better than wheat bran. Special
"f
t .plopilt\. tutu Itl'm-
have same
Room :3 t and.1 1 sheds most of its leaves in harvesting. this office Owner can
ilmtH Iln l. ...f anil i ommodlt Ii s. KomlHu Public
:State Hank RM'g Kmsimmee! Fla ii 11 K HIM. ) im 11'handlHi'f.'t ,.t'\ kind' True it is more easily cured than pea With a good stand I have had it by proving )piopeit and pa> ing!: for ':f: the Traveling
lllllUllllIM 'Ilimil $toI'i'ti I,llll' -UHMlft ll H I Y
mil. < IHII< l h looln jiml\ Impli. ."...nts. amiMI vines and is a perennial but it is not yield as high as ten tons and better this notice.l"OUNI'hlieycle. .__ :X: Jiint atrosB: thc Mq..rc from

J.v.. SIMP.-.ON;;. :' \, mill ,. ."I" mill Impli. 'im-iilH nf .all. adapted to all southern soils is per acre, on a small plot and that too .
DR.) ... ml I Ilnllllli" our as {: A. C I.. Depot
hoi I t H. I" "|" i 111' ami i i .111' I CII w ''in I in fair condition
I : 1'1" .,.,.... Illll tilt llUsllllBH" 1"'IIo'nl the cowpea and will not make anything the dryest season I have seen in : :
I DKNI'IM I; Itt'"i. 'I.." In luv' :mini' iiiil s.ll iiitlliin.I '; : : I like the Florida in my 15 years residence here. I Owner can got same by ,1o..rib"'ltI :|;: KISSIMMEE, FLA. :
I I" I IIM i tt I ." k i.I ill I! klmls, In puri jield on thin soils I fo'' this, ad ('nil
{UuaLatr.J in Katz Itiulii.. nit' I 'IIHK I 'I. ol In; :I,. I iin.l: I In i "'f :|'i''ilute.. : I have made live crops of cowpeas on But take it for granted that it will I \\ and piiMng -X-:-:KX: .-
: : :!7 ''fWAN'IKP
) w a. m. to( IL':! in I in .\\ ti. ,Imlil, iinil, lull lands lot pitHtunKIIIKI make I at (;Ja/t-tte.
.. .. the land only six tons per acre, on aver- ____
HocusTelephone lensi
OFFICE : ri In, 1.11..1. 11111. t.I> iiw n op.tiiti I same in one season and assoil : ---
1 .li) In : In
: p tilt' UHI ami nialnt. .iln ,1"1 UH w haren i age soil, and what have that will : oooooooooo.oo.j .
you and good
horse
) No. 76 Jim I). I Ivr "I".\IIIOIH' IIIIHHIH. tanks and' Htoiauri improves, the cowpea velvet bean -To 1 buj a

faillltliH ..r it ii' Kind unit to iecelemill and soy bean and beggarvteed are all come anywhere near it for profit, when Jersey cow I II.! 1\1. H'eakc-r' & ('o,
., ,. .. L.I.IK 11I..r'I ...in to jimmy l I I
JR. W. W. CARSON i HI.,11.l 'liiimlli' fni, UK. own minimi' oi on equal to if not better than alfalfa. we consider that the first expense of :37IfMISS j THE HOME BAKERYNow

I innnilHKioii" I I 1\1'm IH I"Iln.I I I ,'. ToHin. .and all And since it is to feed the horse and setting; out the plants is practically the --- ;
DENTIST: i k I n.IK ..f mi Mil Hi i n' s. tl"I..1 mill a.u rlHHlui1s the
|I t tilttitiit. |* . to, "I"| I"itt',' stills. tutu mule that all these millions are being i I only expense excepting the harvesting I I I'KTKIK: will resume ever

""" hln i\ I..t'. Iln .tmi.tmtuftt'tu' of na.1 of the hay. I cises of her Kindergarten and I'ri.11I11"y .
Office over Cole's Jewelry; StoreOHice \lll tm.I.M' |i ll..oil It 111 tim llf 1V1I\, .1'H.lp'l I| sent away annually for hay. and you ,

I Hours: 8.-1J I:!, 1 l-r I t linn I .t u I I.. i.n i I..'iinil I niitnlalii I .I. I I lanhH it nil propose to keep it at homd by raising j We all know what it is to pay $25or I school, 117 I Sunnier stieet, onMonday $
\\III' li. ,,"" H ( III" stmns.. of tuiiitl I hIlt< Address :i07
Office phone I lr r.-H ..., s iml < .itlini. mil ..1I'r .......lu<'lK the hay at home, why waste time witha $:10 per ton for poor quality of : Sept Broadway
.. JesnCe U.I: I"ii,,1 1 to 'ISHU* t.tmItg.. I oi' uaii.IIOIIHI. ,M.. hay. and have to I ('hurc) .h stieet, :Ii-t(; :! 18 -
that IH better than some even higher!
crop no pay :
. 11'1't n ..,.tliisl I tin Kami to compound every Located
r' Catt; admmiAUr..d, extraction. t of teethD l .mil "II I,, .'..II.. to "'aIlUr..t'lIl.. . own. fanner already has and knows how to than that, but figure it at $20 and LOSTOn :Monday. night a pocketbook .
I I
I ltu\ HI II tout. di al In luii 11 IH. In HI! Inns.
I st tat i H nt II IN. mt.Iilil'M.. . ammi. I "initli,11.IMnf K-iow while alfalfa in not v ell adapted we hc $120 an acre at an annual (containing\ { about $9! 00. Tinder : at

K. C. E. PARKER NilllllHi Kiniin to lu\. Hill nml. dial to oui soil and must be limed and: cost of about $5 for harvesting Think office and .1.
% ( ;ta/ctte
I lease lit t
I I in, v .t'tiiu. t II.I H .1.i m'\ icootls. h"lwllI.i ami please ,
DENTIST | ill KlmlH "f 1I1o"'hl\lI.1'H"l ' I.,. hllllt. ltuII \.. practically pampered to Ret to succeedon what ten acres or a hundred of kudzu get i'('ward, :td\ ;.tfI ::: ,
I <;,. i I. .IHI tttitIiit)". own lontiol hhi .
would the
to farmer who raisesa
of mean -
soils.
our --- -- -
--
any
hull, i .ii. "|ii'int "'$H In tuimwevHlH
O.'I'E OVER II ISC( ;OI.A| PHARMACY ;
.. ..1\\ bihIR.t', hk.lll.IM. m'mIMImtmMt I do not wish to l he understood all half bale of cotton He would begetting I LIST your )property for sale with : : J. H. HEED .. Prop.I .
Office Hours S:(XI I to 12:00 Noor I ."t ot m oll..r m hi.I I I. 0 m im'.m ti ofH :istfI "1"
. knocking alfalfa for is six times the value at less :Nelson I Realty ( o :
it : '
r 1:00:() to 5:00: 1'. N. t I "iiiHpm, inlion\ nf Iln ptoduitii.' pI.op a !great thins I .
h. I.I iiMinil t. i mitriilli d or nm mi' I 1--- '- --- -- -- --- x o.oooooooooo.
I il\ . and has worked wonders in the north than half the cost and I would rather
I fu tui.d,I l.\ Hil.l lompanx 'i, .Ih..r ,p. r- WAV1iiMtn: : > : \ and women wanted -
TR. H. S. GEIGER : :ilItl,l lit l ill I pill, ,,lltli'II In lonmillon, WllhIII. and west and I saw great fields of it I get in my hay than pick cotton any I ....
1 t I,. I.III.-K. | of I tlilH ''.inpanbut nilt.l I I at once\ to muk big prifits intro- :.-:-:":-:-: ; : + P++4'+'c'++++++0+4
I'U\ IIU'IAN AMI DUHGRON' .lid Mil 'HUH llf II II "..por..I1"t fill I lieiiifj harvested in July But I learned | time ..
ll'"' H "'ond..r, Cloth" to
!r( Citizens Bank Building I II.. '' |Ill's' llf llnl'IK" I till' llllHllllHS' of a that ton is fair I I I cludng every I M. TILLER
: .mm..n: i HI mi. 111 inlK. ;,rolui'e: ; I Iniv I a per acre a cutting{. But I hear some one say "How house-hold m in )our I town I Demonstrate :

Kiasimmee, Florida I "'l 11 I ixiliniik, I mid, ml..al i i In tr....H. .plmtMshiulM I and it takes extremely rich land to about marketing' Cotton is always I
.* imami all l millS nil
:t Phones: Office 297 or 64 ill, \ ", . "i "' piiiiliKlH, and iltriiH fiultti I make the big yields we hear about. sure cash" True, cotton does bringthe Address, Wonder ("loth. Box I Real state Agency.

Residence, 265. 14-lyr I II 1 .ft,..11\u.\t .m In I i ""'C.1 nuiBiTV,hit mid tumtlrt-his.KI"iln ami t'" to con di I Now that the forage question and I'abh. hut it is the hardest earned 143:I, KissimmecKla" :!;;.4tp I iI i :: .%.m........................%%..
I:
mutt th't. ..i ....t. npi. -,iiiti. and' maintain apaiUInu I stock raising is being!: agitated; so fully money that any farmer makes. If he I I:

... .. c.D..1, ; hoiisi' or ;pai'Klnic houm and I by the of state' and the I the tuner Orlando. I Realty bought and sold
P. A. VANS AONBW' i ....",11111 fat ,ln\. fni, flultH, t.tmtttmi ami papers our cannot find a market for his hay at a WADK :
all klmlH. to .1.10.lui.. .. liuoi \ I and the farmers and :: Houses rented
; M.I"I..r south stockmen'< fair price. feed it to the stock and !
VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW othirulHi at.pill ami Hill oi ,,til''t i iWlH. i WANT: A DS in the Valley Cazetteaie ; : Taxes paid and Titles verified -
dlHpllHI' llf till plOllUltH. Of Hill II are beginning to take more interest in market the stock. That's the proper
lannllik. fatnr or farImliH I i I tit} <' mean, of "scaling and lent :x: for non residents.
It log in > thforage I feel that littleof
pai sell
!: question a way to hay anyhow and should
,,,, ,, I
piiklnn; hoiiHi or 'kln when all other Insurance
hog propiTtj! means j Fire Life and Accident -
.. 1 ::
hiiuxiH. to IIUIIHI rllii' for ..un'h"K"", n I my own experience in that line add another profit in BO doing and at
OffltMl: ">-6 Citizen Itniilt Building. fail Try I it mince. !ri cents a line.
iil\i nw ri. hold for InviHtnunt m +: .
Kissimmee Florida othirwlHi. Hill! and dlHpoHi' of and mal. I would not be amiss, if you will pardonthe the same time be improving the land.
:z: Bonds.
ailxaiioi."im nt. upon, 8tixkH Bharinliifmlii intrusion. I want to .tell abouta Indemnity
Kis&immee
you The have used kudzu MEET me at Drug Co.
HI.i.tin.I I..s or, t.lolllll\tI..r I I Japanese as .!-
D. GEIGER. ,>tlnr 'orl'O"tlon. w'hatBo''.vt'r w.'hm'r- 1 better forage plant than any of those forage for no telling how many ten- and we will get a drink of the best ';-:-<-----.0---: : : : 0 Q C CI 0

H. .'\ir loiatiel iirlKlnatid or i IIKHKI d In above mentioned and I will begin at soda water made. 31tf
or purnuliiK' any mniimr more klmln ofbuilni tunes, and they introduced it into this I

. .; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I i-mit.. iiurpoHpii or objiit. I Indicated I I the last by saying that we now havea country at the centennial in 187i( as an I _
turm'lmi '' propiit FOR RENT. I II
I \. of any. kind mintlomd hi-r,'In orm three-ton cutting; ready to come off I ornamental shade vine and it has

a ? Office.. State Bank Building , \ eorttrstlcmn or uhllKatlona onnlim. of ..liHU or holdlnKsloikH < h.in and last year took 20 tons from six spread all over the United States for I I"Olt IIK\I:: Two pleasantly furmshd S.OlLLOCItREAL

Kissimmee. Florid poratlon and title the ..W..r acres at one time, from young plantsset that purpose hut it remained for Mrs roomfor gentlemen or married I

F. PARKER. iuuiIm't'M. of to "tiny i.xmrelt.mull ntork. bond thi.. or rluhtiipoutm ol>Hiiatlnmi. -. tyo years before. And I expect to Pleas and I to discover it as a foragein 'I oupli!'. :Mrs. :Mary 1\1. Summers.

'GEO. and |irl\ll.K or ow mmhlpthi get another cutting!!: this fall. this country, by chance. and giveit ; (;OH> I'c-nfield, a\ 1'. 36: .tf ESTATE
.n.of and to i xi-rclm. all'and anus I .SStfltSSSS55S5S
Attorney-at-Law. voting p.>w<.r. thereof to nell Kudzu is the plant I refer to and it to the public I FOR
Bull-lit pledge hire "" morl'l RENT OR SALE Two-story INsunANCEExamination
Collections and Conveyancing coim fiaKc'>' the prop.rtof thin is not only making/: !good on our farm It was years before we learned that I store building on Brack St., North '
.
Specialties. or HIIV part thereof at "II'! amid and to tnmt InHuch I but many others in Florida and other the Japs used it for feed and our own Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf

\ the proceed at pleaBur.: : l It: I states and it is not only the equal of
"manner as may b< determlmd I ) departnfent of agriculture at that time of Titles
DWELLINGS for to M. a
rent opply
I 11 I Broadway. conduct any part of
to
the by-laws; alfalfa in way but far superiorto I
every
could throw ,
value
Its buslne'BB and to have offices and not any light on its Tiller.

agencies and to employ offl(.er.. .. and it in, many respects. First it is as I have on. tile a letter from Lister Specialty.
/A P. KRIBBS BKenta at such places In this State and 1.I 1.- '
the south and
to
perfectly adapted
I \ other States or foreign countries as II. Dewey, chief botanist, in answer to I L.- --oJ
{..V"ATTORNEY be requisite or necessary for the tests have that it will
proven
AT LAW- KISSIMMEE, FLA. carrying may on of flald business ur further-' many my inquiries, stating: that "it has no Are You Correspondence SolicitedC.W.GRIFFIN.

Inir the need of Bald corporation. said prow on practical any khid of soil poisonous properties that 'we know of j Looking
Examination of Titles a Specialy. tam'na 'riflhll .1'1 HI 'In i 'Kintlon ,
I h t''m..HflltJ i that is or can be drained from the bar-
and"may have feed value if stock
of some '
Horn
of thi'
airr) Judifment
5 .4)) i: Notification non-residents and payment given careful of taxes of ..1..ct..rM. to rccilM .pa\in." .nt fur "'.< 1,1.,, len led clay hills of Georgia/: to the can be made to eat it." By that time, For a -- -I
: 'mli's' I IIn
.il stock HuhHtrlliid for n i t.
:y-. i attention. t .propirl\'. labor or m.'rvl.li H al .i )JimtMiluitlon pure white sand within thirty feet of our neighbors bogs and cows bail. Location for a Mercantile

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : tin, "i..for in th,'ills.., ,ml...n, ." I alt water and I hl'.... feet above low been
Jo.IIII11..nt or thi. I H..ir.l of I IHi; I tins I I I.Imf tearing through the feme to get Business in a Good Live I
IIA't kiiiln whits'.- I itlt'i .. and that too without fertilizer of
in,.iki i initial IB mix at it and then, horses. and mules \\ ou1dmake !
I PAT JOHNSTON iii' for tin furtlu'i ,,,,tm''I "H putpoHlHOI I Rind I will not that it will Town? I
I tttshhi't.M llll, lUdlllh ',,- mmmi' II'H I any say a bee line for that corner thefirst II
; A TI'ORNEY-AT-LAW lontlllltB' liillM.M llll ..,ml.i\ C ..t I p''' : not pay to fertilize 1 kudzu or that it I Staple: and FancyGROCERIES
III .. thing on being turned out in thi-. I Have For Rent a Modern
ithii I "I
1,10.11. mm
? 1011 I Citizens Bank Building .i p.ii., \\1..II"N" ,anrl'an 1 lmll\HIIV' ..r time lli's,, ..f I luaul-" I will not need it aftei a time if the morning, to get what new growth bad, Brick' Budding. I !

of tilH 1.ori.ii at im ti il.., amu" .ini, 'orii'ta oily iemo\ed but in I
mum's" aie (
Kissimmee Florida ., , imps made i its (luting I the night I
all Hill I ,KB. th.it in t m.l' 111.15, I I" I. 'i-I I appcaian ,
< ,, (... th., lit lh- ten '('al's that s\ t' have grown its E. E. Wells
--- --- vm" \ oi t litlut'i '' i to I 1" ilth . ) foi kud/u ii the most\ ( lapid Fro\,I'm'
. i tIulli, I ,i'f tin 'pi" .thIs. ,- ...I I Ill 1111- 'It'h '''' have u'etl! ( of fertilier -
OI1IR' I AWI-' T I II ION WAKI.OW i iI. .. Ih.I. \ I' nexei a pounc know .
a, t I imi. m fm i'at,t'i \ a inupn I ii t .n. m I n Real Estate and Insurance -
.ate In in LI' 'mti, d 1 t h I of kind except in a small
t Ion.I. It I K '" t', ninul I uurt i i s h 11 : ; i any ) the that ha\ fol. 203 Phone 272
"i 'I During ten years Broadway Free all
.\ I Ii'Ii: -I I .i I : !IIIi I I I DdiMry m Parts
:\ 1 ASSKY A. U AKl.(AS .1-I i In, i iplt il Him I k of Hitlmi i'm'"'I"''' "L'xjit'i i iment, und I am quite suie that lowed this discoveiy. we ha\ m' Ixinconstantly .i.-- j

, I sh ill I I In 'I I is I Iliimli.I .1 I Is l'i ilt\I ;I In u it did not pa)'. And I have seen it ; of the Lily
,:iml;:,:I ,ltd ii, ,- Ion;, "I I n.;II,:ill- :In :I li. ili\ :nl;. tl I obligating and I/X|fu'l'I- !
ArlliRM AM (C'l.l NHI'liXI 1111., I T'su i'huiaiim'l I I I'iMi i\ < llilti.il\ .ii I I I I In"raving' i in many "states. both north
., I.AMPractln 111 s of Ih" .p.11 alo. .1 I mm,.. llllli and south this summer tn'ntinwith/ kudzu and have -lwl1t .\ popular I trHlniK' ( place*.* 7""o:' mrseasezuxnaa

. Ii4i, I IM Ii Hill Jill' .I 1 thousands of dollars und much of
2Ic Hi ..1.1"\ ('n.iir I ..f th., -a.| ?",| ,il| Inil, I I..II..H ii Ii \\ I I 1< our --- -- -- -
tl.> llniiiil '-'il,. ,,,.,, i, ."i,. ,.. td' I ..",Ia Hail.rou 1 in K 1:1;':: all'I *: pa Id .1\;\ ,:mI ' ..ishit "i Ill I Another threat ad\antage kudzu has time in the work and I can now unhesitatingly -
.1 <-nijsk, j."tn" all i it" I hurst it.. niiinii'n'* I,I 11)11) I I; 01 h H t ll I s a Just I
(;41ttItiIn.Ii.I n % ,ililHll, I" ,In. !I.. 11".01 I'1. I'h. I I''It.." tIul'i I I tm>\ci( alfalfa or am other hay that I say that I consider kud/u
'.I T tin t 'in utili| 11' \ it "i .mi, I 11'I ,ii: .h I.1.01 I I 1'.1.1I I Ill '
11 II < IIAKI IIIIN III. '1.1. 1)1(1( AN:[)" |II.A| . I have ever seen is that it does not have the most desi 'able forage in A miiem ama
I M Ii It |ti<'III t |I.1 H
1. _ 1 1 y' \ I tIt': It, 'I .1 lI l\ .,t I'ttyin peiioJ of lominpr to naaI -
-- --- today.I .
.l't I In, ,d I mitt ,Im, .lilt. .h I mItts, ,.Il't' 111..tll
\ NI'IHE\\ ,Jl1\-) : :;( ) "I. MM. ill.ill I Ii. |I" I t'. InM. I I IITI untor ripening and it may be cut at I know what I have said above

...J I H 'I.I I I : \ I time that sijits the weather ort
'lh.I I ..fI.r, 'Illll mm., 1..1\\,.... u'l, .11 un I sounds big and will Ive. haul to bellow,
"' = LWIIII'rdI"1 \ '\ |. I ,''! S--I I M I ill' Al I 1 ., i i.. to frost
t X fat
I, I I t't VI,,01. 1 lit t tI .1 I II .1..101"I I II"! the t'nie m s comi'i'tl i me, up l
1 1 .. in .,11.!| ,its.i'i'I I Ii .0'111" I .II 01., I :l..II" ''II for those who have ncvei seen kudzu.
"U'Ial I1 {I- and safe for
that acceptable any
1 :.: ,' I ..I I I. -, t II tu.u, , llI I.u. ii. 111'I'i in'I i < t tliinmi am t,,0.1 I is Iro"ing. but I am not alone bj
1 a'lj i I I I' e'.t i .ii| anj
... .
l I"Ii" "m Th. s ut i 1 .1..1\t dm.' : kirtd 1 of stock
Ollit' a,lj.nm i j I'r: inlHa I il ., SIam." I 11.:1': I". III III lit "'0' :Illll I II II. means in my estimation of this won
I, ( .Itizens !Itaiik > l I I., ,. i I" i vi.nTh. !I'o: ... it I ..1, I Oil m . I II" Ag4in kudzu is a )legume hut it does \ and I
KMSIIHIIIH. d'rfuplant am enclosing omeeviden..es.
,, . _ _ _ _ _.. 'I-I ,.hdl I III. .t.'l, ,ll .1..1 a'' 110' II"d, not, shed its leaves. in curing like alfalfa :
--"- -- ------ '-I.. Kin,1.1. is in... link. lo I Ii It'" h.I,1 In UKnm And I would call your attention .
tts nf K IHSI"mnii" i i IHI imi m.i.t '''"1' I and the other legumes( and it keeps
; , ti li," ''hllol.I M I"Hi,,""' III .1.1110' to the Florida quarterly bulletin I Give '

: JV ' ) ) , ) -;( ) l1.r .11'1",1.' ; i .11 h, M .11 ,In klimhiI ',": I" ht,.. sIt.l'l I I II its color perfectly of July and the blue slip sent out IZf' timelywarning '1fr'
I I II tI I have found it perfectly safe to feedto of abuse overstrain %
I I ,ntil, tti, Ilist. ,iiiiiiml,, .niii, tliitt. nf tin by the United States department of -. ,
: ,.1.,iKholiliin, mi...1 I nut II th. orl\.K al.om. \ |. all stock and it has a delicious fra- I or complete breaking
; FUNERAL DIRECTORand ,,..li, '1..1 l all i .li i ti.d and I iuallhiil| il : that to be agriculture last January. Our meat market I ;. down-Flat-foot.
all its own seems hecau"eIn
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t ''th. HIM' ,.liitl.in\ tin I ".fill. I'M of Iii giance Kudzu was awarded a "diploma ofhonor" \ I K, w. take medicine or rub with llnl- 1
i I I. iipoi 'Hi.in shall In I' A < 'iimonI i irrcbi-stible. many arrange for their menu for supposed rheumatism in th. J I
I I ii m.mii.'nt' .1 I M t I mut'Ktmti.' \ Ir..' fi..shl, nti for the best hay at the national me-ets I '
: :. : : : I favor I feet limb and back. etc when thewhole I
I l \ f :iiHnn .It Siinlar\,; TiiiiHuriMim , Another great feature in its exhibition at Columbia last here! I ,
corn troubl. Is In
I the arch of the foot. I
LICENSED EMBALMER (' \ (;.arHon:. J M ( o'\1\ and: <: A I a The bonM have "lowered straining i itondooa J
eh.
l ,itson: .r anil, 1 llzabith, It <'aiMonnil winter, which is the highest award
I 1'hi. ..1".kll..I," rH Hh ill mi'.0'1 1 F and rauacl. to the breakinc I
Opposite i tin H linliilKti. IIH and take acknowlt point and causing. awful
tVurtlniuHHKJ88IMMEE ) oat made there or anywhere else for that agony,
I i < ,
ouii
tim t\ .'I'I'I.(. 'II.rIlr nt the" r''I;\ :; :\: cmporatlon '- I im'HIM. (' A Caraon and C. A. Carson.Ji matter. '1' SCHOLL'C"FootEazer"
FICjrtlDA. on Saturd.y. ( iclober 2(>tjiI .. m ,.mil. "nilziihi-th I I t II C'arson personal
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' I 1\3.\ for the purpoHi. of anoptlni b\ \ known. tci me to be the persons thor And now, Mr Mayes that you may WI: will be pleased to i -1t:=
di' .iln il In ho executed arrange
HI i and u
laws aiii. ) i.mi pit t IIIK t Ruiii 'gatIztI'' .,.
D-IF: I. the only ramedr. Mi-rti.. ,
and feel absolutely that I have not I
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ii i KoltiK al t !li-li'B of I Incorporation sure
of tlilv ('orporHt Ion mkie sc J
with
for >
the best fJneto
A ItT"'I.1! upon 111I1e I diil\( HPVI rally sworn hey misstated the facts about kudzu, I you cuts im l"oot liazer* .' :::; f ,
The htKh.nl timouiit .r .tmli, "ht i'dni'HH 1.'I.wl..I.1, IM.fore mo the execution -tmlt..ltH; ral.., the bones to pore.1 1poriUoo. ..
1 ;i Tp-- H. JENKINS to which this reirporatlon shall at toy" tin t mm'..of for, thi, UKIS and purpoais therein wish to extend to you a hearty, cordial of meat either by phone or at eloa of.HrunvtU nllnlBc t5.Fima_. If r .
m
time iili'i-t) I Itself nhall he I.'IM. Hun I i'xpreRHedhi and pressing invitation to come to I s1.v.t&lL>win...............*. M *
:j .1 red ThoiiBand 1101 Itt rm. l$Sm"".inn' ') in)) 'ptenibr'r 1 I. 1413HOMA our counter. This is a rendezvous N : a-dial 5. =.l..tidty
SURVEYOR AHTK''l.K: V IIThi Chipley and I will take great pleasurein stl -.u.- aS
arid r.'miid'nmem'm. of tin. Incorporators THOMAS. for meat for t.t5t.it cS.cli .
j. : nami K of this corporation' toKether i '''....1.> 5 .."" ..tay Public. Slate of taking you over our fields and let those who or- --.wao.::.

t Fraternity Hall Kissimmee Fla. with for bi th.'ai.amount'h. an an of follous ntm k suliscribed Mj i ommliialoii lorlda' ixplris at March Large IS. 1916.STATK you see for yourself that kudzu is as are particular about the kind -wbe..e aN..In.._... tMshrI. Is

C A Carson KlHHlinime KlorldaFlorida. far ahead of alfalfa as aifalfa: is aheadof they eat. .- ":": .r.
OFOUNTY 'I.OJU ? ..
760 Bhan IJ\ ) red clover. .-.-
J M Carson,. Jackson\,... I'I ().' I)SCEI: )[IA. ) .S.

!fililifililiYiYiliYiYifiYiC.! ! ! ! 10 .shun I Itt UI'H' day. l"r..o"lIy appeared before Allow me also to extend the same invitation _:.-bow, -r--
< A e'amon. .Ir KIsBlmni.7&n .' - -- S. c. -
Klorlda me. an .nfilci duly authorized to - -
columns
NhaliHFllzal I .adtnlnlBtir oatliB and, take acknowledffnii through your to any- I Doe" walt C; .:

; F. Thrasher : ',,'th It. -arson Klsslmm.( , J M CarBon personally known one else who wishes to see the sight of II =:r-r--'"
Klorlila "t sitar.
KI to me to be of descrlb- I
on the
,t. A .. ',\HHIIX. t'il In and who ixtcuted persona the forgoIngmtrtl.4.s their lives in the way of a hay crop. RULLBASS MARKET -.. ...caIs&J ....
.1 I !M < "ItHIIN of '
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orpomtlon. and upon :
SHEET METAL WORKER I' A VA RIO!' I'N: JHI IIIK duly swoiii acknowledged before : uMj

.,; Steel Ceilings a Specialty. I M7.AHI.TU; : B ('AKSONHTATI' I and me the exucutlon thereof for the uses A glimpse at any man's mail will ; ORDIA BASS .540.5I.....--.by higluist ..dl..lDuttonIIarrj5
therein
purposes expressed that while
convince can compel -
0' ,, Fi.itiuiT1. you you
P. O. Box 696 iMimmee Fla.AridKM : ( IK ) September I. 1911 I
COl'NT 'I'" (>KCKlL.\. to education
) 41',1) HOMA THOMAS a man accept youcan't Manager.

I !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !fiIi1FII5! foi till e me Ih .In an ilMV officer|u.,a.."dul'"11)!) an apiieand t hoi.U,.,1 I be to I'r 37-Gt My commission expires March IS. 1815 make him learn to spell. Co.

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L Improvement in Florida : in State. of Floridan ''I.6 "

a recent maga&ine appeared a pounds,front 'a mlx.d'pill at his feet

C. 'D. Clough of Lakeland __- splendid article on household efficiency; and carry: it to the walL If h. balk,,

I In Manufacturers' Record (From, the Southern Agriculturist: Nashville that :ought to be widely read. Women., pened,,to .wlgh 180 pounds, be would

probably in all the Southern states, ty has declared Tenn) I as a rule, hare to carry'atremendoua: have to lower his bulk four feet every
itself In.
Florida U the youngest in growth, Inasmuch large sum of bonds, the funds favor derived of a The cattle Industry of, Florida has specie. of the paspalums, and nearly I burden in' assuming e.n ordinary' Urn he picked up each 'of,, the 2,000

therefrom during: the past six months received all of .these furnish good household duties, and anything that bricks he laid In a day. One day, after
to be nutritious
it not classed expended in I
aa was among( building considerably more the "lord of creation"
thought and
do the
roads of vitrified attention pasturage during the season. While can to lighten had watched bricklayers at
brick. .
the well-established state until a few :The from! stockmen' _than for several the. paspalums cannot be' grown. Bermuda that burden ought not to be overlooked work, an efficiency, expert devdae4 a, ;

years ago, yet at the present time adjoining county (Seminole) years'pisE This attention has been grass will be found to give good says the St Au .tln.'Reeord. simple little table which '-hold. the,,

there are probably more( public int- which was taken from Orange county largely centered on the tick, (Mar- results as a pasturage grass on nearly :, ilow many. men, when they sit down' brick.. In an orderly pile at th. work '

by an act of the past Legislature, with garopus annulatus),. especially in regard all kinds of soil. Of course the to a nice dinner, ever have the man's side. They are brought to him>>

prooemenfsbeing- made within the Sanford as the seat of justice, is alsoarranging' to reducing the number of tickson j j I soils will produce best results. Howl i I!, thoughtfulness and frankness to tell in orderly piles right side'up.' Because '

boundaries of Florida than in any lo spend a' large- lunf In -tattleN -.y.tem'aUc'-Uek-'eradi: j I ever,, the sod should'receive a liberal, |"her"that- it was splendidly cooked he_doesn't need to stoop otaortthe

other other sister states in.proportion building roads. cation work was begun until Febru- amount of fertilizer each summer i meal and everything was ")ust tight same man who formerly could lay

9uo population. There is scarcely a Duval county, where is located the ,ary 1, 1913 but since that time some Two or three light applications will Is- not that a great deal better than I, only 120 bricks an hour, can now lay

of importance in Florida city'ot' Jacksonville, will build many fifteen or twenty dipping vat have produce better results than will one making complaints about the tough 350'bricks, and he uses -only five motions -

town any but miles of brick highways, Among the been installed in the state. In fact, heavy application. It will also be ness of the steak x>r the way the pota- : where it formerly required

what has already made such improvements ( first to receive consideration is a road Florida stockmen have taken to tho found advisable to go over Bermuda., toes are mashed T Then there shouldbe eighteen. What a suggestion there

or is making rapid strides toward from South Jacksonville to the St: I dipping: vat aa/ naturally as a duck 'grass sod with either a disk or spike- every c convenience for the house- I for the woman; who, when she sprinkles -
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bringing .ahem about. The establishment John's county line, and then from takes to water. It has been a surprise tooth harrow each time the fertilizer'is wife in the arrangement of the kitchen her clothes, stoops to lay each sep-

of automobile highwaysthroughout South Jacksonville to Pablo Beach. I I to all those in the work that the applied. The harrowing seems to and a complete labor-saving equip- arate piece in the clothes basket at

the state have stimulatedthe I: There will be expended in the work cattlemen have taken such a keen in- put new life into the grass, and as a ment. In- this age of electrical won- her feet instead of placing the basket + 1

campaign for better roads, and $1,000,000 received from bond issue. 'I Iterest in educing the ticks 6n their result a much better growth is ob- ders such a thing is possible at a very I on a high chair beside her and

many of the more populous countiesare I'I In addition to the above-n ned roads, cattle. It was expected that it wouldbe tained. moderate expense, thereby saving I level with her table!

preparing to build many miles of I there will be highways built in all necessary to carry on a tick cam- For the southern part of the state many steps and many stoops. Studying kitchen arrangement
'I sections of the : paign for at least two years. Instead, will be found should lead to fruitful labor-saving in ,
'vitrified brick-paved highways, making country. para grass to be both a I Efficiency, and its kindred phrase
I I j] it required less than six months' any home. For standard kitchen arrangement -
it possible to cover the entire- dis- I Palatka is soon to build three miles time good pasture and hay crop. This "scientific! management," come readily I

tance from Tampa to Jacksonville, 'I i of concrete sidewalks. In addition the ,ito convince.the loading cattlemen that grass however, will give best resultson enough to the tongue of every well- means keeping all the cook-

MO miles, in lees than one day, whileat same city has spent something like good cattle and ticks were not foundin moist, not wet, land. informed person. nowadays. Those ing and cleaning 'utensils in compact
I I I I the each where it is always at theworker's
same
pasture.Howerer space
the present time it requires a clever'] $75,000 in vitrified brirk naving. j I I Overstocking of the range is another early works of efficiency engineers
if it were as to solve hindrance elbow at the moment it needsto
driver and a good car to make! the tripin :. A plan is now on foot for the city easy to the production of good which showed how easy it was to It
be used.
house-
some of the other ] means, as one
I problems of the cattle. however
This is true of any eliminate waste motion in such simple f
two days. council of Lakeland ta award a con- hold the
j Florida cattlemen efficiency expert points out
I as it has been to ,
country or state where there is the tasks as piling iron
pig
On every hand among the progressive I tract for the building of about 50 launch the tick up or laying arrangement of utensils in relative
compaign, Florida free, open range This can be reme- 'bricks the right also
suggested
way
cities and towns the for
cry good miles of additional concrete sidewalks, those that used in
would soon be of the : groups, are preparing
one leading cattle died by fencing. and in this way controlling 1 that efficiency methods could be
roads is heard, nnd while many of the :| the same to be assessed against the states of the Union. the em- the meal, together; those that
amount of stock on the ployed in form of
every industry with fare
people have not yet made up their : abutting property. The scheme is The average winter loss of cattle used in cleaning up after the meal,
There still in Flor-
range. are people great consequent gain in time and la-
minds to votefor a heavy bond issue meeting with favor by the taxpayers, here in Florida is together. It means having everythingat
nearly equal to that ida who think it is impossible] to raisea bor saving.So .
to make roads that will last for halfa and the plan may extend into other of the. Northern. and Western states.This cow in a fenced pasture. This no- the proper height for easy reach- .. "

rentury, they appreciate the fact'' towns nearby. The ordinance in ques- heavy loss is largely due the efficiency idea grew, and was ing, and it means well lighted s 3rroondings -
to the
I I tion, however held by only a few.Another I Ii
that nothing will bring the farmer tion carries with it the right of the lack of sufficient of feed. dur- put into practice here, there and everywhere it being borne in mind that
i supply i i good: method is to have both
closer to his home market than good propel.ty-owner to demand that he.he Iipg the winter Mason when pasturageis La and winter this 1 until it became a common topicof the central station in every modern
I summer ratvge. By -
hard highways. In addition to the | given a term of five years in which to short. Too cattlemen 1 conversation. Yet, strange to relate town stands ready to suggest how '
i many expect method cattle be in
can kept good condition -
road building, the people realize that pay for the improvement, the contrac- their cattle to get a good living from I' for a longer period of the year : although husbands talked business every living and working room can be
the dinner
good streets are required, and wher- tors to dispose of the certificates, I the. pastures all the round. The I efficiency over table electrically lighted so as to afford I.: ,
year than where only a summer range is with their wives and t
ever possible to do so the towns and which are liens upon the property.By I| annual winter losses are the main factors i maintained. The winter be guests, the idea I.every possible help to efficient house
range may that there could be such
cities; are issuing bonds for the purr the use of convicts and money t| in reducing profits.. Florida cattlemen I I a thing as work. 'I Y;
pastured up to July 1 or July] 15, after household efficiency never seemed to "
of making these public improve- derived from the road fund Polk county class I i The selection of tools that will best ,
pose | as a depend almost entirely which time the stock (should be removed occur to at least for I.
I anyone, a long eliminate waste motion is just as important .
macadam roads
ments. is now building : the
on nativegrasses to furnish
and the allowed to
I grass grow time. But there was as much innate I
Among the towns and cities that ,connecting all the towns The ma- I i to the housewife as to any
during the entire
pasturage year up until about the middle of November j I I logic in household as in industrial elI -
have issued bonds for street and road terial used is a low grade of phosphate | It will be found over the greater part lor December 1, when it can be used 1 ficiency; someone made a chance allusion other worker. It is now generally

improvements during the past spread and thoroughly rolled makinga ''of the. that conceded that electric equipment,
year state cattle should be supplied for a whiter ungc'I to it somewhere, the of the j
germ
or will in the near future expend vast very "substantial paving Ii will require with an abundance of forage for Of course it is true that here in idea grew and spread until now household which fortunately is now quite within ,
in this direction art; the follow about 12: more months in which I the reach of the most humble purse, \
sums the. winter season. This winter forage j Florida we /have a poor grade of cat- I efficiency has been put into practice ..
tools for the
makes the most efficient
ing to complete the work of connectingall can he supplied easily by growingelet ,' tie. However" this poorness of our in BO many progressive homes
sof the home to work with. :
mistres :
Punta Gorda, situated on the shoresof the towns in the county \ beans. Japanese cane, sorghum: ,, ] cattle is due to a considerable extent that well defined principles for doing '

Charlotte Harbor, in De Soto coun- Lakeland is now spending the proceeds cow peas and such crops. All of these, I to the lack of feed. As a rule a majority housework with the greatest success An expert has devised a tentative list j',
she
in
ty, will noon hold an election to voteon of $IOOO( of sanitary sewer crops, pioduce good yields when grown i, ;i of the cattle in the state go and with minimum time and labor are of electric home appliances what
be the order of their efficiency -
considers to
the issuance of $100,000 for sanitary and stteet paving bonds. sold last De- on good land. They are also nutritious i through a sort of !starvation periodfor I available for every housewife. r
list includes the electric
sewers, street paving and waterworks ,1 comber The work is well under way, and palatable about two or three months each I In the last analysis, household efficiency The '
electric machine the
iron, the washing /
and well be completed this fall. The grass usually found in pine for- year AS a result, we have small, I is first simply a matter of
electric ,
machine the
sewing ,
sweeper
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Lop county, at the extreme end of Nassau county, with Fernandina as ....b/Is what is known as wire grass, scrawney cattle.W hen the native cat- studying one's motions about every fireless
coffee
/ toaster, grill, percolator
the peninsula, with Fort Myers us its its chief town, will spend $130,000 in I 7'higras SHUpplies. good foraging for, I tie] are well. fed during the winter item of housework until one has worked cooker and electric fan. ;

capital, will consider the issuance of road building, practically1 providing a only a short time in the spring. By r I season. their size is increased from out for oneself a standard and eco- The housewife who devises I
ways
$200,000 of bonds for hard roads to be hard road in all sections of the county. j the time the summer season is reached 1 I :,,25 to 42 per cent. Or in other words, 'nomical way of doing every task andto and means to reduce her waste motionto

extended throughout the county. Winter. Haven district in Polk coun. the wile grass becomes tough, wiry,,, 2-year-old steers. when well cared for arrange a definite working schedule a minimum will do he rwork much I '

Sarasota, in Manatee county, a practically ty, has issued $13,000 of bonds for mad and unpalatable. I' will produce more beef than will 4- for each day. The next step is to better and more quickly than hereto- '

new section, has issued10,000 building Some of the best pasture glasses! , y..ar-old steels under present condi- study the arrangement of the kitchen, fore, no matter what her household

of bonds for street paving{, and work Hradentown has! paved 4!:!,000 square where they. tan lie grown, are the pas. 'I tioll JOHN :M. SCOTT.I which, of course, is the main zone of utensils. But the ideal combination ,, i

will probably commence soon. raids of asphalt! streets palms. In Florida w,' find man, Florida Experiment station. housework in every home. The final for her would be to devise a really '1(' ;,

De Soto county, with Arcadia a.s the /Hampton district, in Bradford county .- _.. v .. step is for the housewife to select the efficient way of doing things in ac-

county-neat, will probably bring before will issue $25,000: of good-road Tampa disposed of a one-and-one-. I A Jl'lHJK: OF Ml'Sir. most efficient tools. cordance with a strictly daily schedule, ,

the people at an earlydate the. issuance bonds, and will expend the money in half-niilhon-dollar bond issue. about I I An ovei-drt-ssi-d, murh-bediamoned The first step of standardizing and then do them with as complete a

of $500,000, out of which the- their own district for this work. one year ago and the work has been irpi i I lady bounced angrily into the lobby housework is not nearly as difficult modern electric household equipment

people expect to build :-00! ( miles. of Miami, on the east coast will spend ogressfor a long time. upon streetpaving 'of' a fashionable hotel and demandedof as it seems on the surface., Once a as possible. For these electric appli- '-

brick roads. $(ilWO) ( in street and sidewalk build- an dsamtury sewers the del k that her room be changed woman realizes that 'it is a very awk- ances save countless steps and stoops

1'asco (county with Dade) City as its ing. Hillsboro, county will build hard 1 I at once' says the Philadelphia] Record. ward and wasteful method l to wash and waste motion where they are used ?y

capital, and perhaps one of the smallest ' Kscambia county is to have a number entire out ol f( The clerk told her politely that iti dishes with the drainboard on her regularly in the home, and their cost J ',

counties in the state, will probably i of miles of paved roads and the, roads over the of county bonds. .Worli I would be impossible to do so, as there right and the dishes piled on her left, is quickly forgotten in the convenience,

issu- .$60,000 of good-road bonds in the | city! of Pensacola will build 25 .adiditibnal an issue of commenced$1,000,000 in the early fu-. was no vacant room available, but that t, she will have the drainboard changed} satisfaction and'improved health which

near future and build hard-surface blocks of street paving. will be if anything were .amiss in her present to her left and stack he'r dishes on the their use entails. :" '

highways 'over the' larger, portion of I Dunnellon spending $50,000 i in. , ture. room which could be rectified the mans I right hand side where they will be
with Clearwater a
the county. sanitary sewers and street paving. i Pinellas county, agement would attend to it. It was j most quickly'getatable.. And, if she The hornet is sure death to fllesw.

Barlow, in Polk county, has recently :St; .John's county will probably the .capital, has issued a one-half-mil'roads considered one of- the most desirable will go' at her dishwashing job with the Every good housekeeper should keepa

issued $r>0,000) of bonds for public. miprocments spend .
such as street paMiig, uito be mude 1 of the most durable ami j I The subject ol good a wil I mold be vi icingImpnttuiit' waste-labor, she will also quickly learn have useless swatting. >f
this state, and the people di"hI I
etc Work has already ,'ol1lm"lu',1r1ando substantial matonal to bo "secured urn- in t.I I Wioiiir"hoed: the the importance of adjusting her

--() has. recently' issued $":>,IHHI hl-_imn'e within the past 1 year' ha-- not !I" siitislH-d until every town' h of annmiuem Ill \\oin.in. indignantly ""'..11. now, I )pan to the right height and of sorting I
() the construct I ion i, | 'e will bo connected > < theIIwas' I'd have hoi dishes' into the group that must I Birch
of sanitary sewer III"Hi.and also for spent over $100,000 in should )ut t su\ Mountain
best I highways" be built, bo wiped, and the that need not '
additional paving, whileOiange C c-oun of 'anitary' sewers and street paving jmi I know that I 1'111 fund of inus|<-, and group '
bo wiped, 'because it comprises chinaware -
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i and! I'ni
1 ha u' a seiisitixe cat stayinjr -
that chains of its own accord.
hen-on puipii-c-to' go to the opera ; .HERB TEA
r ;and! if you think af1"111'1"1{ Patti It I is the same thing with dustingsweeping I ,

end-making in everything -
I'm t to put with a
al night. going up
oilier side' that the mistress of the house- I Imported from Bohemia, the most
-iiucalmir' amateur' on tin-
hold does in the "good, old-fashioned wonderful herb compound the t
Hell
of a thin )paititiim. 11",111101 iiinjc ,,
way," there ate a number of wasteful world has ever known, for the

DO YOU WANTFruit you don't know me': stops" "stoops' mill stretches that model I treatment of Asthma Hay Fever
:Mine I'atti\ has
"I I ;nn '1"1'\i annoyed Bronchitis Coughs Colds
,
n household efficiency would daily ,
"Sh Catarrh
ili-ik -uiuM-ly.
said the
you. La Grippe
eliminate. Citing a well known example I Whooping l
''I'i \IHII' "(\I-d"ol iifiKhlmi, of
severe
the old bricklayer used to stand cases Kidney, Bladder

Pasture A healthy,: 111111".11"1"" < kept" in thedinitiir b,foio a wall, and when' he wanted lola i Stomach and Lung troubles. b
I It is
roiiin \' ill nd the hous." of f a l brick>l he had to stoop, pick' upa I, an invigoratingtonic
I luiik weighing four and one-half ; purifies the ; '
1111'I blood builds '
up
Farming Grazing I ; the ron-< own system -

"r. 'cJI ...., soothes the

-rInerves, improves
Trucking TimberLANDS I '::::;; the appetite and t

:% makes sleep rest-

:::f.{:, J ful and refreshing.This .

Gr,.. wonderful
iirSTOCK .......
?o. .,....-.!.'..... medicinal tea contains
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21 different i

('i. "%i-R" RIY4w' STEAM FEEDS herbs, imported
MAT( ....:".. s1:1.F> P'i-Ei. flit'TDEIt from Bohemia and has been en-

I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body EOFRA. TII11MERS dorsed by Pope Leo XIII, the Em-
1nl\I'"' .11I"(:I.I'{ MA'Ir1YERl' of
I IF poror Austria and eminent
many
:%('" E'I. up 10 40 ... 'SAw'MII.i.S '/
Hundred physicians besides
Ten Acres to One .... receiving
From I1oILFRs.: up .0 40 b. i.Ight 11..1" the highest awards gold medals.
!'oA\, 1)1T ('UN\'I1 OR'. ht.AI (',C NI YORSG

Thousand Acres.A ,..0... ,.'; .:"(.1''';'' STEAM FEEIIY -some of which are reproducedon
the cans-and
1.1'11 ,"II.'." T'\.I: MILLS honorary Diplomas -
I..TO' SA1VsA from Expositions held in Paris,

Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a ,, 111'1'" for .11 make. of ...... Rome Vienna Florence, London

sn AfTI\G 1'11.1.F:1A nOYF.eIiELTI and Liege, in recognition of its

Full Description and Terms of Sale. '"' 4 aradea-medlam .0 b..t great curative qualities. This is

(sot. rll" '" (4\T (1OOK9 TONS one of the" few articles that is free
I-FI(1n'Itl\I: FIIIt 'I'll": from alcohol
narcotics and poison. (
SAN Mli.l.Write If it does not do all that is claimed --

D. G. McKAYKISSIMMEE 'orPrices for it, your money will be refunded.

BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO.,

S Buffalo N. Y., U. S. A. "

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1 \ ". I -1/;; 1i / NOTIci) OF 3.DIIINigTdltOR< of,' '\

, fl! : -, rfir "' _! ,Dl.rasse.i \
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'r' \ CHANCE FOR A MANY RIPE AND i II'/
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TIE EYES \ If YouHesitate IN TUB 'OURT TJlTcoyMTY;; JUDGB09CEULA > )

;,g .,.. GOOD MAN TO BE' JUICY PLUMS COUMTV. 'TATB,, f
1 f1 \ ; READY to Have OF. FLORIDA.- .
I !. Estate of Wtlllasa'B., Cbasidler.Notice .
OF THE re
:h P.iUNSPECTORFLORIDA l Your Shoes I. hereby ylven, to all whom
a FOR THE PICKING It man concern, on tIM 'tto dry of
;' January A. D. 1814, I ahall l 0
I f the Honorable T. M .Murphy. ,JUd.O'laid
} . WORLDARB I ; t Repaired Court. as Judge ot Probate for
N anal discharge. a. .A.4mlnl.tratol'of
my
, j WILL GET HER DUE INCOME TAX CREATES PLACES the estate of Vllllam 8-J Chandler i
't On account pf looks, you deceased; and that at the same time

._ : I-h ON THE,' MAN i -' don't know the kind of repairing counts will present as Administrator to said Court of my sal 4 Anal estate ao-


A WHO I THAN HER QUOTA AND THAT:: KEEPING COLLECTORS in advance to make your ;J4-1 mo 6 mo W. W. CJI.A.NDLER.Administrator

1 & 54W 1 .1 CONDITION IS NOW TO OFF THE CIVIL SERVICELlST8APPOINTJIENTS I old rheas look almost as.
.: I NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR
: i .DE CHANCED. !__ I! .good as new and at a very \ . Far FI.al Dt.ebrge.IN .
; COURT Of COUNTY., .
remarkable coaL Unless COUNTY.
I WILL BE MADE 4194' KMtlUIJA OSIKOLA
4\ I Good democrats 1m rr 11:..... v( George H.
wanted of
\ are to apply have all kinds good
I for taoment., young' man and give a thought to elf. I SOON. you edt
1 PAUSE ;) for the position of postoffice in- shoe to throwaway I aeon hereby given, 'Y.l'i,

(.t 4 . problems that confront you now. or will a few years J'I spector in the state of Florida. : YOU money SHOULD of It may December A., i.that*. 1911.on I +s
t r \ Chief Inspector Joe P. Johnson has I' There will be more small, but juicy, I to the Honorable T. M. MurphyyJudfeof
'y hence. said Judge of 1-Tobate. fornty'
Court as
tY I written to Senator N. Pt Bryan, stat plums in Florida as soon aa the in- I MAKE THE OLD ONES LAST llnnl discharge as Administratrix,

:..' Look about you-the men of affair in country state nation I ing that a deficiency exists in the I come tax bill paRses and goes into effect i: AS LONG AS POSSIBLELet II or', ,the and estate that of at Oeorire the same H. Ivey time deceased I will

-yes. in the world are the men who started.to save early in life. quota allowed this state; and that as which will be not far distant, as .present Administratrix to said. Court of my aald estate, anntC.ak
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it is, the policy of the administrationto is generally believed. us show you how we for their approval.

\ They have the respect and confidence of the community. apportion these federal offices fair- I When the democrats on congress make old shoes look like .T-lim.f.nm.pd I DELLA Administratrix.lllll IVET. : : .

Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they ly among all the states, applications won out in the fight to keep the deputies "
,. desired I in charge of collecting the income new >iil: KOH l'l'NL9CATIONI
are from Florida.] :
make they have good time for while but what does their i I
a a
I may It is a well known fact that for tax, off the civil service list, they accomplished ones.A. 1 I\ TillIHCI IT .('.ml HT OF TilE rill
I Witz ji i>it'Hi. ('lIt( i IT OK KI>OMIUA.IV ,
reflect ? that which
personality the democratsof
many years under the rule of republicans AM "'011 "-KOI.A tOl'N-'
\ the home districts will '1'I i.\ ('JlAJ\e.Kiiv.
federal offices ,
were filled by approve SHOE REPAIRING: >l. <;. %\AI.IU; A>U M' I>. EDWARDS.
t In Which Crowd Will You Stand? republicans, and those in most instances more than' possibly anything else that and HARNESS WORK C ....pl.I......

from other states than the has been done in congress this !session Just bask of Citizens Bank, on ' ,.I\>
I II(> >v. 1'AL.MKIl. cad all
!tl I A dollar or to deposited in this bank will be the ones in which they were assigned duty.In for it brings directly to the Darlington avenue. | a laterrBt uader Abe per.aaaelalml.g said

t' nucleus of an honorable, independent career. the reassignment policy of Mr. people offices in every state in the .Thomas It'......,N.....lalnarr.... .I.i* or" I.g olk.cc r-ldereet t e.In aadII

Make your beginning now-today. Your bankbook Burleson it is evident that senators ,I Union, by appointment, and that insures | jar. proprrljIkl.. Bill drvrtb..4.K .
I I tree........
will pan the way. being called on0 assist the depart- democrats in the offices. app,-artng by affidavit appended

v ment in securing inspectors needed, I The collection of the income tax No. 666 I to tat tin, <) Kill cause of that Complaint Thomas filed W.In Palmer abov-

i that recognition is given to the fact will be under the control of the collectors in a ",",,"s-r.'eldrnt. o fth State of Klorr .

STATE BANK OF j that not only will the state get its due of internal revenue, and will 1 I Thii it s prescription prepared eopecl.n,r uln I hud ,t w there/hoar are residence.other peraon Is unknown.Interested and

j as a whole, but that the .democrats be handled by them. Likewise these I for MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER j In the property described In the Bill otCom"I..lnt
Five or six dory will break any cue, .n 1 nl..d'n this cause and that
KLSSIMMEE |I will get a good chance at some of same collectors of internal revenue if taken then s s tonic the Fever will not I ,i I the names' of such other persons so In*
these good paying positions. will have the naming of the men who I return. !It acts on Ihe liver better than, ti-rested nn unknown to the Complain

I The letter of the chief inspector to shall -do] the collecting. This will add I| <: Calomel sod does not gripe or icken. ZSc laid anlM. Hill and that of Complaint relief Is prayed ag-_ln.t In.u.the.

I to the business of the office but r unknown defendants,
t t Senator Bryan and the information at t -- --- IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that
Capital 50000.00 < furnished are as follows: i: the same time will strengthen the Thomas \V 1'almar and all persons
Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00 Chief Inspector's Letter. : hands of the appointing collectors rlnlmln: an Interest under. the said
(I Sprigg FlemingCLEANING [ ThomaH \\ Palmer, or otherwise a>odoth
( Officers and Directors 1'ostoffice Department, I through giving them a chance to favor ' .all, .-r persona claiming an Interest
tn the .
following described
;,i i C. A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Pre.L Office of the Chief Inspector, I the people in their sections. I shunt In the County of Uscrola property, and,
Washington, Aug. 13 1913. It. is estimated that there are about t Slatof Florida, to-wit
M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest. I TinNortheast= quarter of Section I.I .
My Dear Senator: Anticipating vacancies two thousand people in Florida] who I PRESSING I In TnwiiBhlp 2C. Range 28 "
I
ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier in the force of postoffice in- will have to pay the income tax. This ,jo dppeur to the Complainants' East..
"dREPAIRING Ctiinplitii.t herein flltd. on or before tbs
specters, the postmaster-general has number includes all having incomesabove DYEING Uuli- I'm In =N.\. <-ml.er A. P 1(11. to-
I
Nit' tin, 3rd dal of ;November; ,
else tbs
.t ''devoted careful'attention to the sub- I 3000.: Of those in the state I sued' Kill will !t.<. taken an confessed.

.ti i t ject I and he has concluded that the who will pay on more than ToO.OOO, I this IT, .IS itdir Kt'HTHElt l,.. |published OUDKRED once a week that
best interests of the service will be I there is believed to be but one, Mrs. Leave word M my house and atoll e B for I w. h. (12i( ( onsi-cutlve! weeks, lo
.-- -- Henry :M. Klagler though investigation will >x> cpecl); ior and returned tli.. K ,iHHlininci'all. y (iasette. a news-.
served by a more even apportionmentof .
,; I l.ip.r pubn.hd In taut Jsceoa) County
tpe jispectors among the several that is going on possibly will re- I Satisfaction Guaranteed I \\ nNKSS) ; JamesV. I'.'rklns. J"d..elOt
states, and that we, therefore, anxiousto veal more whose incomes from all iud ,'ir nil < '.urn and my name asI'lerk
establish a register of eligibles i in sources is $100,000 or over. thirinf and l the official seal of"I"u't
I HIVK [I'P/ .AM: ) STICK -.. dirt, 30th. day of July A. L>.
the states which I Collector of ]Internal Revenue 1"13]
now have less than _
I .
R. S. FLOYD ;:. nil J I.
a quota of inspectors. Your JIayes{ Lewis! has been asked as to the OVKHSTREET
proper (Oh, Lord I know It', sinful to hat, fl.rk of Circuit Court.

Mate is in the list of those in which I' number of deputies he will need, and 'anybody! but I just t-un't help hutinjr I I' ...Kl'.ll'.l-..1.., iti i" f..r "I'omplalnantill .
this condition exists, and the postI the probable number of those liableto a qUitter.| 'I I I

I master-general hag>> directed me to 'i the tax in this state. Mr. Lewis' The man with the yellow stn'

take the subject up with you with a i| has notified the commissioner( of internal .down his l buck and white spots on his a :soul l: Kill IM- III.M %TIO.N.Hrpmrlmarmt .

GrocerGet view to securing your assistance in selecting ] revenue that he will requireI ]liver is the moil pitiful und repugnant of I...- Ivlrrlor, t.. r. L.mmfIfHre

,, ] a desirable applicant for in- I four extra men in his office force to thing/ in the world. .. ml I..I..nllie. Kl.rl..e,
i carryout the collection and handlingof 11.1..1 3: IBIS,
t spector. .j( j He has one redeeming trait or there
this tax. He is also investigating --
1 enclose for information new
your a i I I is a redeeming, oTl'umtalll'e-he can =.N nici: la hereby given that Irvine
our prices oaf copy of a circular letter which is sent I II the probable number of thosein i be stiffened up so he will, play the I I', Wulllnx. "f KlDslminee. Florida, who,
1 I i.ii December IX I lull>> ,
r the who will made Homestead
state become liable
to the applicants for the to ,
inspector'? Knlry,,
I I jfame-sometimes. i Serial No OK83S. for WH NBV -
HAY examination, which contains informs this tax when the law becomes effec His 'i Section 5. Township 24 South. Rang r
GRAIN FEED identification You
? is easy. can j 2s East., Tallahassee" Meridian has Bled
f i tion with reference to the position in tive. find him leaning up against: something, i'nonce II. of Intention to make Commulani -

which we make a specialty ,I question and would be glad to have cussing the country. When all hope i.II j land I'roof......0d..eerlb..d to establish before claim Clerk to tbe of

I an opportunity of discussing the subject GO TO THE RESCUEI gone, when he realizes that he hasi ''the Ida Clr.-uit Court at Klsslmmee. Flor-
the
on 1 16th day of Oeptember. 111. ,
I with you personally at an early i fallen down, his greatest joy is to take I I Claimant: names as witnesses:

r i date if you can make it convenient to the ginger out of some other guy with I J A J.1. ItoKprs.WalllnK.. of of Klsslmmee.Klsslmmre. Florida.FlorTW.

r --- - --. -- -- -- call on me. Sincerely yours, I Wait 'till It's Too Late-Follow I i I I a hammer. j Florida Alton Dron.on. of Orange. Center.

( Signed) Joe P. Johnson. Ihe Example of a Kinnimmee 1 Knockers nearly always have spits i ioh Albert IUd of Orange. Center. Flor'j -

I Hon. Nathan P. Bryan, Citizen. their liver. Strip 'em.and they; ,!Iida)U.5t HENRY B.
< United States Senate. look I CHUBB. Rerlster.
like
a canary bird. I I
'''If \ Chance for Assistant P. M.! '.. Rescue the aching back. Howling about hard luck and hard'tim NOTICE TO CREDITORS

1 SI 3 20 CHATTANOOGA Vacancies in the corps of postoffice If it keeps' on aching, double: may is the refuge of the failure. -

inspectors are filed] by transfer from come. Trying to shunt the responsibility of IN! COl'HT. OF TUB'!:, COUNTY JVDGB

AND RETURN other branches of the classified] postal Often it indicates kidney weakness.If failure off on the country or clrcum- STATE.0sn'1' LA OF FLORIDA
COUKTV.
a service. In exceptional and meritori- you neglect the kidney's warning I i stances

, Accou nt of i GUS cases assistant postmasters bct /:, i This country is all right. Nowhere I]I'. rr ..:...... of I.UUIS H. COHOON.

r. } :t tween the ages of twenty-five and for- I Look out for urinary disorders. else can you find its equal for '011.I'I.T. all. (...dl..... I.....'.*.. Dl.trl.ate*

}' .: 6. AI R. ENCAMPMENT ty-five years, who have served at l least I II !I' This Kissimmee citizen will show climate and opportunity. But there I I r aaid..d mil.. .lrrans..1... .kavlBai.|d K.tat.i ClalsAS .. !>.-

I three continuous years in that capac- ,I you how to go to the recsue. are a few white-livered quitters who I 1 ned You and each of you are hereby notl-

via ity at a first or second class! p.ostoff, : Mrs. R. L. Seaver, Kissimmee Fla., stand around the streets and ho" I. i i and and demands required which to present you or any either claim of

r11' i I may be transferred, without examina ,I says: "Backache caused me a great Don't let 'em worry you my broths I..ewls you,' mal H Cohoon.have against .the estate cf

1 tion, to the position of postoffice ir- deal of suffering/: and there was soreness They don't amount to anything here; < --ola County Florida deceased, to, the late undrxtanrd of Os--

Atlantic Coast Line spector. I through/: my loins that made it they didn't amount to anything wheie, two > ors Rxeeulrlx from the of said date estate hereof.. within

I I very hard for me to stoop. I was also they came from and they won't. amount i I'lit.-d' July 30th A. 1) 1(11.C .
f "GULF TO ATLANTIC I bothered the Kl/i'iIiJl: S A CHOON.
LINE" by kidney secretions! and to anything where they K
Ticket Sold Sept. 12th to 19th. Limit Sept. 27th. I jOTh. : > Executrix.
I slept so poorly that when I .. Attorney.
., Extension of Limit to Octo ber 17th be arranged. /got woith-while men are Inisy. They "-It'I.
tt may I Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort II I up in the morning/ I was all tired out. are on their farms farming. 01 in then, i f
Stop Oven Allowed Side Trip Rates Myers Fla., for rate of fare and schedule Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at the stores working 0.11F: TU e HKI>ITOItSIN

THROUGH TRAINS SONVILLE-CHATTANOOGA of steamers Suwanee and Corona I I Kissimmee Irug ('0., gave me relief There I isn't a FAKMKK; in this Mutes till m OK I UK lOl'.NTV' Jl'l' >e>K
't plying between Fort Myers and Fort from these troubles and restored me s who isn't making moH'Th"r. ci't'1'E'F' KLMHIUA

For information or reservations call on Lauderdale] via the famous Calosahat-] to /good health." be --ome people living ;in the count may i y-i 0-( KOI.: \ < OL'NTV.

W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent. Kiwimmee chee, Lake Okeechobee Everglades] and For sale by all dealers. Price 60[ who are riot making money, hut that;y ''In re l.l.:
A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., J. G. Kirkland] D. P. A. Drainage Canals. The most wonder. cents. Foster-Milburn: Co., Buffalo', ,' different. 11rer..rd'lu .11 C'rrd/tore. ,

Jacksonville. Tampa. I ful scenery in America. Wild bird I'I'I I :New York sole agents for the United' Haue a man lives in the lountiyi.s and .11 |-er....L.galre......... (.'1.Di.trlbelees... or llem..d.
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r I' and game life in profusion. Seminole] States. no sign that h<- is a farmer; A ....1... said F.aaet

Indians and alligators. 34-tf I I Remember the name-Uoan's- and farmer I is ;i person who i iai-", cion, I,!.y,"":,,and I. ._.!" '.cacti"..,'r..".'.1..you.. ."_._are..___hereby.notl-"
'" *" *-in any claims
-- --- - --- -- - I take no other -Adv. l! -Ut.NOTF.I to eat and to -v\\\\I. He s.Idolll| helly- uul, "!"| ,1-imiTMlH nut,\ hue, ",which"Kalnst you.u or .-Uhur of H

a hes about hud, luik. lieiause lieeither !11 iiriiiii-l. Souil.TH ..uaedielate. of of
!I : ( ) WE PF.AK/ : \'.\ ISIIESI doesn't, know" what it i I' or hasn't '"",. .I.,il."Kxi-ruiiix;''"""lv' Florida of. said lo the under"iir .
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stnt.within
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time.Theie. two UH 'irom ( he dale hereof
For the fourth time in fifty yearsand l Ikb il July 31st A. I. 1913
isn't any "ugh thing hind :
/ :us 1IAM1K
I the first time since 188( !',, snow has! KinVLtK, SOUDERS.
luck, anyhow. ,
all make mistakes JoxE'eutrblIorr..y '
disappeared from the northeastern und mistakes are ,.",tly. About the -\ J-H
r r : A Cut Freezers slope of the summit of :Mount Hose, only MfiKiin < .1IUI"'OIUI -
on ;Nevada. For way we really (':( anything/ i isby -
over twenty years a I mistakes. IN : '(' '
Sometimecur UP
mistakesarc I .i'lV.Vi"- ? .TIIK (UNTY
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glacier of solid ice existed there un,1l'.main.,1 tl L': U. KI.OIIIDA.
wothI1o..e than they cost. ..s. ":.H.* < 01 :%.,'"

One visible when the snows on If you, d"III''l.ud,..., own land in I I.. '.:... .. .-
from rr <
f
Quart cut $1.80 to $1.50 adjoining peaks had melted and disappeared JIN'I'O'A! (I.ARK
Florida don't.let t ht' howls I of the !, to all tredltor.. I.'...."... Ulstrlb.'

Two Quart cut from 2.25 to 1.75 sun.The beneath} the rays cf the summer quitter jolt you IIH>'.. !Don't' let your |i or trrx llrmand mma mil.. .person...!..< Mid hmvtmm. Kftmtrtiii. Claim.
,. shake You
mistakes{ your nen e. Stay with . anti rash of you are hereby
> no-
t' '' remarkable absence of the white I It. This I|! and required to
< Three from country is as good today as 'almll and present any
Quart cut 2.75 I d-mands
to 2.00 spot on the lofty peak which has always it and "itlit/r which you or
.evt'r was i IS" KeUln1Uer\ offMilton may have
been such a familiar and notable everyminute. I estate. A. Clark. d ceased. ]ate
.
: : Four Quart, cut from 3.25 to 2.25 sight, visible many miles distant, has I How you will hate the quitters and of uridtTBlicned Osceola County Executrix Florida of said to estate the
within I
v created much interest. two years from the date hereof'Hated .
the howlers if you let them scare you I Aug. 16th. A D. 1913 <

I Jelly Glasses only 30c per doz. while they last the The last summit few years of Mount been Rose the scene has for of I Grower.into giving up the fight.-Florida 35-RI MARY C CLARK EXE'cu'rlx.RUBMYTISM' .

1. i valued experimental work by govern-

ment officials and professors of the REAL HUMILIATION.


rf Ross Graves'Hardware Store climatological University of causes Nevada and in effects determining as re-: I "It must be rough to lose the roof Neuralgia Will cure your Rheumatism

lates to melting/: snow and rainfalls, over your head." Headaches, Cramps,

which fact has drawn particular atten- "Yes; but think of having the Colic, Sprains, Bruises Cuts and
mort-
) Burns Old
tion to the peak< and its ever-present I gage foreclosed on your automobile.i'ittsburg ." Etc. Sores. Stings.of Insects

spot of snow.-Kansas City Times. Post. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in-
I Ij ternally and externally. Price 25c.

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LY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913 .TH E, KISSIMMEE VALLEY G ZE'TtE'

'. PACE 11.
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,, .., .ooooo.ooo..ooooo.o. invaded:,by a' dear, but. before our -
hunters could, get
.", Captain Johnson came along with his : 9 '
boat and carried the dear away SUBURBAN ,
The democratic rooster is fat and '

I saucy. Ills tadpole and minnow plan-
tation la not at present in good shape .

but scattered corn and, peas supply
Just Fountain Pens :'- -" him and his'wives, with plenty: He' ,PROPERTY : '

still Ignores the existence of one of jl
his favorites and . .
her host of little

_.-.-:_,--_ "- That- All .. _.. < heathens; he never did believe that any. ,
-- ----:-- << good came from setting; on those'little' 10 acres-splendid land-quarter-mile-from city-limits.---Ov- 4 -.:. '

<< brown lumps four weeks. He Is" an acres cleared Four-room house good deep well of pure soft water;
< autocrat in his views and dealings with' jus tthe place to grow' fine grove and run chicken ranch and do a; ::1 I

From 50c See window < fowldom, allowing none to dispute his trucking business, and have advantages of high school, church
T up. our . < word or .tamper with his acts and j privileges and good markets. Ask price and terms. : '
doings, and It is seldom that his wives FIVE ACRES 't

fail to comply with his orders. Just quarter mile from city limits, pretty location fine view of -; ;,

There's a whole lot more I could tell town cleared fenced and in cultivation good well, no buildings, eland

JEWELER you this time, but reckon you've got owned by a non-resident Just ready for crops. ti
C A COLE enough to do till I come again. REX. FORTY ACRES .
AND OPTOMETRISTBRONSONVILLE Forty acres two miles from city limits, splendid land good for

a' citrus fruits or trucking and farming, easily put into cultivation less
446fi4444440440404000g than half mile from station. Cheap at $25.00 per acre; favorable
4 UNION CENTER < termi. t4,
4 0 231/a ACRES -

ooo ...oooooo..o..oo .o. ooo OOo-HOO Adjoining city limits,jvipry fine land, -room house, 3-room .
(By Lloyd L. !Harvey.) servants' house, good two story barn, cow barn, chicken house over

I A social entertainment given at the 200 bearing orange trees besides Japanese persimmons, beautiful f
00400000000044 rainfall during the month has been Deer and turkey are said to be I home of Mr. and Mrs. C.f.\ Smith shrubbery and fine shade. Can look right down Main street from r_
0 comparatively light, but no serious I I plentiful, of course our people are 'Friday night was attended by the following front door. This it owned by a widow who liven in Pennsylvania,

4 Inconvenience has been occasioned inconsequence I strictly law-abiding, but if the : young people: Misses Blanche and will sell for $4500, on favorable terms.

thereof. dog Uno catches a deer and injures Lawson, Ruth Harvey, Janette Law- 80 ACRES / .
000000006000000: The boys have just returned from a I him so badly that he could hardly live, son, Edna Harvey, Eveline Smith, One block from railway station 4 mile from Kmimmee, handy:
[rains during the past weekn I fishing trip on the lake; about 30 I it would be a shame to leave him for Blanche and Eudora< Eaton, and the to school and church. Five acres bearing orange grove, 6 bearing d
in accord with the requireand pounds was the result; medium pize the buzzards.Mrs. Messrs. Joe and Lloyd Harvey, Claud grapefruit trees and 200 young grapefruit trees, alto 15 acres more

numerous tomato plantsn except one huge trout that we are I Seaver was unwell for a few I and Ben Barber, Rosier and Dick Lawson land ready to plant next winter to fruits. This is an excellent placefor '.
set but at the Cobb plantahe satisfied would have pulled the scale days, but through the careful }I Everett Smith, Alfred Gatlin, and a big commercial grove so convenient to shipping facilities.
patriarch and his boys are to eight pounds. I lof her daughter (Mrs. Cobb) nursing the old )1 I Dwight Funk. The evening was spent Price including this year's crop, $7500 one-third cash balance i

aylight and the work is going Combined with all the other good I lady is up and about again Mrs. in playing games and music. Each from I to 5 years.
a rush. Several acres are to things to be found on this mainlandis I(I Seaver has been accustomed to 'II and every one spoke much of a well We have any kind of homes or investments, desired. Correspondent -

["out, and if the rich hammock the health of the natives. An occasional -I among her children, but has concluded stay I enjoyed time. eiolicited.NELSON .

they are being planted don't cold, which is always bad at I I to make this her home. I The Misses Blanche: and Eudora REALTY COMPANYBack
there'll be enough raised i Eaton, after a week's visit at theI
us its best is the
only
complaint
we are
Guava jelly and delicacies I of State Bank I KISSIMMEE. FLA.C.
are Lawson
syrup and Harvey homes, returned .
for the entire I
[place to provide subject to, and these are universallydue
added I .
to the other
many good things to their home in St. Cloud Thursday.
to some cause that can easily be I
that adorn our table. Mrs. Cobb is A musical gathering at the homeof
gathering has been anotherin avoided. Our principal visiting is an expert in the jelly line, the fruit is U. B. Lawson on Saturday evening ---- -
this week's and done by the use of boats but water
a
program I II )I as fine as an be found in the state, was much enjoyed. The music was W
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A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.
of heavy loads of this cerealn transportation is as safe as any other. :I and said jelly in its freshness
I ; and composed; of organ and singing and
safely housed. It don't take as long to start a launch purity excels any that Rex has heretO- games. y''
'I I
Cobb and Racie went to the as to harness a horse or get an auto ,)I, fore partaken of. i I Rev. J.D.I Wyandt will hold ser- The Waters & Carson

wdy place now owned by Mr. I ready for moving, and while there maybe :I There appears to be some confusion vices Sunday morning and evening at
and returned with a buggy load some danger on the water, the '
the usual hours, 11 and 7:30p
I created among our fishermen concerning 'I a. m.,
and The lemons horse, buggy, automobile and railroad
ons ,
gruayas. laws passed by the last legislature.Some m, at the Union Center school
finely formed and of a delicious I combination present the same objec- think that the reason opens on I I house. Everyone cordially invited to Grocery CompanyWholesale

Ip being far superior in every tion.Mr. the first of September, others disputethis I attend t
Jar than those brought here Ed Fuell! and son, George, are i The :Misses i Ruth Harvey, Blanche
I placing the time October. Rex and Retail Dealer 1.GROCERIIES.
i distance and sold in our stores. keeping sort of a bachelor arrangement hal not "eenaid law, but as the timeis Law-oil, Eudora and Blanche Eaton,
jl'are likewise plentiful, but the I at their residence, Mrs. Fuell' Janette Lawson, Richard Lawson and
rapidly approaching it is necessary I
are ever bearing and can be being on a visit to her mother, Mrs. that this law should. be understoodby 'Edna and Lena Harvey were guests
at any time during the year. Simmons, of Polk county George has those interested. The water in the i at the home of Mrs. J. W. Barber on
have no serious cause for de- been giving the alligators a rest for 'Saturday afternoon.
lakes and river ,
at
I is present unusu-
railroads in this section. At the some time, his partner, John Cobb, ally low for this season of the year, :i Music was given at the home of Mr. 404040000440.,00 . r 4.... .40 .. ....... 1 l,
IT products are ready for the I having retired from the business. this been and Mrs. G. B. Lawson on Thursday 4 0 0 "
having a dry season, comparatively -
t; the water in the rivers is high : The range here is in splendid shape; night. Mr. J. W. Barber, violinist, 0 WE SELL: 4 WE BUY: .
h for navigation and one of our I one cow dependent upon said range speaking, while we are in I Mrs. G. B. Lawson, guitarist, and Miss HAY 0 '
from in ,
noway suffering a drought, 4 HIDES
es can tow a barge carrying : for a living furnishes sufficient milkto previous years the wet weather has Blanche and Janette Lawson, organ 4 GRAIN, 0 'J.'

tons of merchandise up to Kis- provide for eight persons set in about the first of June and con- I accompanist.A 4 4 runs, '
in about three hours. Thesees Mr. Cobb's mare has a fine colt; the junior party composed of the < FERTILIZERS 0 '
are of six horse-power' same mare has at different times had tinued until late in the fall. This year I Misses' Blanche and Eudora Eaton, 4 4 0 WOOL. '
_ I has witnessed a great change, and the 0 .
I 4 SHINGLES, !
th, and the enormous loads they i three colts that brought one hundred prophets are fortelling a wet warm Janette Lawson, Edna and Lena Harvey 0 0 ; :

art up and down the river would dollars each, and is still in fine form winter, not cold enough for heavy I and Messrs. Lloyd Harvey and V\ ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND ,
e the natives of any other i for any kind of work. The mare he Rosier Larson, were Sunday afternoon 4 4 :f-
bought from Mr. Jos. N. Smith is a I frosts.It visitors at the home of J. K. Milliard. O ORANGE WRAPS 4 ALL \ .',:
would to Rex that a fac- of Emil .
appear An auto party composed
i thermometer about 9 a. m. was good reliable buggy and work horse- 4 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 COUNTRY ,"
for preparing mOils for beds and Mrs. Walter '
seldom reaches the 90's on the not up with the fleetest in speed, but tory Mach, driver, Mr. and 0 .
cushions would be profitable in this Bass and daughter, Helen, and son, 0 0 PRODUCE. .
{[The climatic! conditions being fast enough to satisfy the ordinary O CRATE NAILS :
: I country; the water oaks in the ham Walter, Jr., and Miss Mattie Belle '
times conservative seeker.
[ our average pleasure 'mocks are fairly loaded down with Harris of Kissimmee were sightseeingin 444400000040444,. .. ... .40... 44.... {;
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-- what appears to be a fine quality of Union Center Sunday. ,r ..
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the fabric Having known this to bea E.: B. Harvey was the guest of his We sell field and garden seeds of aU kinds. ;, ?
illins College Winter Park Fla. source of considerable income to father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. We give special attention to fitting out hunting and canplag partUa.-
Free delivery in city limit. Phone No. 12.
those who gather it in other localities, G. Harvey, Sunday. We are county agents for good fertilisers. Ask us far ciremlare aa4 '
ST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA. I see no reason why the same should not A party given at the home of Mr. price on fertilisers. n
r be carried on in Osceola county; this f and :Mrs. J, G. Harvey on last Wednesday
ft. Academy, Music, Expression. Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial I would give employment to many of evening{ was much enjoyed by ''II I III I I I I I M I II I I HIM

I Arts, Business, Taechera' Course. oar women and children and during ,, the young/ folks that were present. C. A. CARBON. :]. A. CRANFORO. 8. .... LUPPLa.President. .
elve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine times when other kinds of employment :Music and !games were the leading ob- V"PreeldeDl.KISSIMMEE e.er.taq
asium no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teach- I
I were slack) would be an easy and I II | jects of entertainment.' .
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music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two glee clubs, chorus class.b time.
new rooms for business school, equipped with every modern device; I profitable,\ way of using spare time. |I All reported having a good
is of soils, fertilizers, foods, water; preparation for engineering i Our people could, if they would, find Those present. were :Miss Evelyn and
es of using idle time that Mr' Everett Smith. Irene and James LUMBER CO.
lees boating,undenominatlonai swimming gal tennis, football, basket ball. would many ways eventually be of great servile !Milliard! F B! Harvey, Mr Claud and .
hristian, but ; expenses moderate; scholarships Benjamin liarber, :.Miss: Blanche, and.Jal..t I
ble. For catalogue address to them.
Lawson, :Master: Pick I Law-
William Fremont Blackman, Ph. D., LI. D., President. Hunterparadise has recently been son. tl'Iiwight Funk, Hosier Lawson l ., Rough and Dressed s.

Mrs (;I. II I I.lIw! I Iena, llary and :Mr. Joseph and
PINE LUMBER\
loyd I Har\ey.
MICHELIN The Christian E'HIHW'a: held
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iii the usual hour Sunday teningMi
: Lloyd Harvey, the !Itacier :Mr.:
DON'TKNOW
I ha t \ViUierbnleackr' for the ';th.I',1' HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

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< ,u'.d', Mi I ,'u.J l(.J II! i- liiiMnfr an ad.1 THE H. G. SIEVER i
i K'll p" It I II Ills llliUs there.
rI Tire Tubes MiH, I 1" !Page paid .t \jMt to
i ran'd(I. ,111,,+ :SI loud VC'st( KiitVII REALTY COMPANY

itt I I":, HediKk, the ('o"t..." tor, hahnnhed Not In the Trust. __
i.i.if ,, hiUatei hoii"e,

i Best with all types and Mi M t. waid i l Watci-5, i I- moMiig into Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands

; you have not liii" nut home- on Let It\enue Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms "
makes of envelopes 1 :Mr1\ 'li-on has pone to Orlando --
wt Iii! tried i: mi a week'sisit.; her daughter, Eftie: ,
r # I I I ompanied her. 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange luaU value I
The.N'arcoookte:' Lumber' ('0. is for other real estate .
a Imitated in Color but -:- -:- -: -;
l l.uildinir an addition to their camp j r
:Mr A. T :Meeker is !l'olnto move |
( Orange Groves all sizes and prices
from Runnymede and board the sawmill (

in Quality :i (crew.
Unequaled i iI j :Mi C' K. Alligood, who hat charge I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA d I

i lof the New Eden plantation, has reIgned -,! I - -- -- --- -L--- --
and moved to arcoosleelr..
E PAY CASH FOR OLD TIRES OR MAKE A DISCOUNT FOR THEM WHEN YOU BUY NEW. j i',, L Lee, of Kissimmoe, has been employed : ---- -- --- - ---e

| to fill his place. _
The board of trustees have decidedto
I seats ih the school hAuse, :ia DOZ1EB LEITNER'S [INSURANCE
I put more E B flGENCYFh NChe

W.: B. Makinson Co. I i I for' at all present the children there is not teat ing rot m I II

Oldest and LarffMt In.urmno. Agency In O.c ola County

issin mee and St. Cloud, Florida ;I I Ij If f I And the Lord isn't alone in His love ,I FIRE LIFE- ""CN"ACCIDENT t.. HEALTH ,} ",

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.1 12. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE

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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;


BECAUSE I believe in transacting business with my friends;


BECAUSE I want to see the goods; '


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

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


BECAUSE every dollar I spend at home stays at home and works for the corr 'munity in which I live;


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


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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BECAUSE the man I buy from helps support my schools, my church, my lodge, my home' ;

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''r" BECAUSE when ill luck, misfortune or bereavement comes, the man I buy from is here with his kindly


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


I' ;.' :,,:d't : ;, u, M ';', \Here I ,,live and here, I buy.. aj ; .
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CLARK & MEIKLEJON D. R. BLENIS, GROCER FRED M. BASS M. KATZ
Real Estate 302 Broadway __ Phone 92
; Hudson and Studebaker Automobiles Dry Goods and Clothing Corner

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KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY D. G. McKAY
REAL ESTATE
102 Broadway ffiffi IiIi
!Ii AGENCY
HOTEL MANHATTANG. !It !Si J;
DOZIER LEITNERReal G. M. TAYLOR
B. Poe. Prop. CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE
Cash
Estate and Insurance Up-to-date Grocery
Across from,A. C. L. Station ..
Fraternity Hall Broadway and Midland Kissimmee, Fla.
'"L --!fiH. -!SfiKISSIMMEE !u Ii; !Si
C. STANFORD COMPANYDry OSCEOLA BICYCLE COMPANY
Goods, Clothing and Shoes, DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Bicycles for Sale and Rent, Expert
Furnishings and Notions Repairing 105 Broadway Dry Goods,Clothing,Shoes,Furnishings
5 and lOc StoreDIBBLE
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FURNITURE CO. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY & SON
Everything for the Home.J. .
E. Rush, M narer. COMPANY 6 Grocers Broadway
yr; -!IiHUNTER -- y; -tfi;-
W. B. MAKINSON CO.
W. G. HANKINS LAND CO. Hardware, Cutlery, Boat Suppliesand MRS E. E. WELLS
4 i q i Adding Machines and Typewriters Real EstateR. Machinery. -Real Estate, Insurance, Rents

; ---yi ;- !a; V 203 Broadway
R.T.BUTLERPool -ifi-
and Billiard Parlor DIXIE THEATER J. W. PRENTIS
14 Broadway Being remodeled and enlarged. Pianos, Organs, Talking Machine

!Ii !Ii .$ -- Sewing Machines
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' NELSON REALTY COMPANY OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. A. S. GILBERT BROTHERS '
!'Ii. Builders' Hardware, Fanning Machinery Dry Goods, Sboes and NotionsNo. MACH Phone 113 "
No.9 Darlington Arcane and Livery, Feed and Sale
Stables
Honsefurnisbings. 45, Cor. Main and Park St
!Sfi !Ii Heavy Hauling and Drayfef
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H. M. BREAKER -K;-
Track Farms, Orange Groves and City MUNGER LAND COMPANY.
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Orange Center. Fla.
Property. 117tt B'way
f' '..". ;,, '. w!GRIFFIN -!Ii- 4HKISSIMMEE W. W. Bonney, Resident Manager
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c F, H. LAWSONCash
\ ....:. Groceries and Fresh Meat Store LUMBER CO. RULL BASS MARKET
f Wholesale
and Retail
., . Main Street
.-;'..... ? j j 1 10 Broadway Phone 21 Fresh Meats of All Kind
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