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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 12, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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H. W. THURMAN TO BUILD A

CLOSED BUT ONE PLACE IN THIS
WITH
MODERN THEATER

SEATING CAPACITY OF CITY AND THAT A NEGRO I}

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ONE THOUSAND-WILL : d 4 rtt

py TY-EIGHT CLOSED IN
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1 At last Kissimmee is to have a play- Kissimmee was visited to week

house of aufficient seating capacity to by Hotel Inspector' A. Z. Brown, who '

attract the best class of Shows-Harry I made tour of all our hotels and
I rti p boarding houses. The cleanliness and
W. Thurman who has been so lavish
I good condition Kissimmee's. various
in the expenditure of money to give
i houses can be judged from the fact
our city one of the best, appointed and I
I that there was only one place closedon
costly hotels in Florida, the Graystone, J
JI I the orders of Mr. Brown and that
has decided to erect a first-class
I ONE: : OF KISSIMMEE'S PUBLIC] SCHOOL BUILDINGS. I was a negro establishment, while in a
theater OB the site now occupied by !
. nearby city it was' necessary: to close

his garage, corner of Dakin avenue I "--' '. .r .. .. .. I forty-eight places that were not complying )
and Broadway.Mr. .
Thurman only returned this with the new laws regulating ni
\ 1 OSCEOLA the hotel and
HIGH boarding house business.
week from Germantown, Pa., wherehe SCHOOL f
Mr. Brown inspected twenty places c
has spent the past four months in
inhis city while here and
the hopes of bettering his physical Monday
: stated to a representative of the Ga-
condition, which is so much improvedhe BEGINS
ITS FALL TERM
feels like extending his business zette that those houses were as good as '
the average in any city in the state.
operations, and as he has long believeda
This work of inspection was started !
modern playhouse would not onlybe --- I-
July 22 and at present only the larger

a paying proposition, but would Nearly Six-Hundred Children Enter towns are being visited, and the small '
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add much to the progressive spirit of $1,436,617 KISSIMMEE
cities that can be conveniently reached
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Kissimmee, he has decided to satisfy I
that desire. I the First Day and the EnrollmentWill while making the present trip but as y''
soon as the larger places.have been

In a conversation with the writeron VALUE CITYPROPERTY MAY HAVE I visited the work will be made complete -

yesterday Mr. Thurman stated thatit Reach Seven-Hundred and i by a visit to every hamlet in the
his intention make this thea- s
was to
state that has a hotel or boardinghouse
ter 50x100 feet in size, which would Fifty Before the Year Closes. I of any description.While +

give it a seating capacity of one thousand i HOSPITAL here a few 'places were ,requested -

,'.1. and to equip it with every comfort I to make some Improvements

1 and convenience for the renderingof The first day of school in Kissimmee of such children are urged to start to comply fully with the state laws, f t

any character of play now travel- I I is always an important one, and the them now that they may begin the but it is thought that when the inspector 1

ing. The building will extend to with- INCREASE OF $35,974 I opening last Monday was no exceptionto work of the first grade as soon as pos $3,000 BEEN PLEDGED makes his second visit here in an-

in twenty feet 6f the walk, and an to usual rule. Early in the morn- sible. I other thirty days he will find that all

arch will extend over the entire front, | ing children began to congregate at The School Board and Supt. Sears lour hotel keepers have complied in e

leaving a reception room 20x60 before : COUNCIL CONCLUDES ITS LABORS the main building on Church street, are to be commended for having the SUCH AN INSTITUTION WOULDGO every detail.

the main room is entered In this I AS EQUALIZATION I and by the time the hour for opening I school grounds filled in during the 'I ; A LONG WAY TOWARDS This work which was made possible

reception room will be the ticket office I BOARD AFTER NINE/ I arrived a perfect host of children had summer, and otherwise providing for PUTTING KISSIMMEE I I by an act of the last Legislature, will i

check rooms and lobby. The interior NIGHT SESSIONS OF 1 come ready for another year of hard the comfort of the many pupils who AMONG" THE CITIESOF mean much to the state of Florida, as 4-i

of the theater will be equippedwith I HARD AND CARE j II work. j will this year attend school. THE FIRST the provisions of the law are such a

the latest opera chairs, four private FUL WORK. Promptly at 830 o'clock the gong The High School department this CLASS. i that if keepers of public lodging

boxes, and every class of scenery I was sounded and the children filed in year; starts with an' unusually large i houses dV hotels do not comply with

and stage effect carried by any play After nine and tedious sessionsas regular order to the auditorium, where enrollment, and the student body of' | We l learn on good authority that a I I the regulations and make their places

house in the great cities. i a board of equalization city I simple opening exercises' were con- that. department id unusually good. movement is on foot to' establish a. absolutely sanitary and comfortable,

Mr. Thurman states that it is his council last night concluded its labors, ducted by Rev. W. B. Witherspoon of I A feature that has made this one of hospital in Kissimmee. !!as well as safe in case of fire, they- '

intention to make the Graystone Ca- and passed the books, as corrected, of the Presbyterian church. Short talks the most successful; schools in the This is a much needed improvement will be closed: on orders of the inspectors. -

sino a strictly Florida product, using the city tax assessor, fixing the valueof were made by Hev. Witherspoon, Supt.W South +is that it is absolutely free to I (o' the city, as it is now necessary Of course a reasonable time is '

only material made or manufacturedin property in Kissimmee as follows: J. Sears, and Principal R. :M. any white child who desires to attend, | for persons becoming seriously ill": allowed after the in pector'. visit to

this state, even to the iron front i I II Real . $1 ln"MH5( ) 1 K\an.s, after which the pupils passedto egaidless of whether this city or to be carried horn the city to reach a make the necessary improvements, but A
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and columns, which he thinks Jacksonville I Railroad and Telegraph :Wfi( :{ their last year's rooms and the County may or may not be their home :; place here they can be given the there will be no favorites, the small i

can furnish. Personal l _ .' _ __ _ ::127,025: : !; work of classifying+ / began./ Three and many families from distant states most careful treatment and nursing.. boarding house having to abide by the :

There is no question! as to the necessity ---- classes were sent to the school recently who winter in this city enter their}, While our physicians and surgeonsare same regulations as those of greater

of a building such as Mr. Total H _ _ U J,4itm: ; started at the Methodist: (church rhildirn for the term without being'reijuired equal to any in the state, and they capacity.This .

Thurman will erect, .for there have Assessed Value 1912:! _ l-100fil\!:{ and! the others( were soon placed to to pay one cent. This is a could handle most any kind of ailment move will tend to build up the w

been many occasions when shows of i+io best advantage in the main liuild- condition! that obtains in but few !Known to man, they have not the necessary entire state of Florida that has become -
s< liools' and /goes a great way towards 1 for known
in the
real merit have been forced to pass our Increase __ ___ :$ :\:'jr:10It : ing./ A large number} of parents and equipment city the world over as the
inducing+ / families to spend 1 the winter the that most in
properly cases requirespeciai pleasant place the world to
city for the reason that they could not will be seen by the above figures olhl'r"I'P present at the opening/ i nursing
months among us 1 attention.It spend the winter, and i is fast i
afford to play in a house with such that the assessed values of the two and by their presence /gaie encouragement / becominga
The building/ i is one of the best appointed has been stated that it is easier summer resort as well. The entire
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limited .capacity as we had to offer. 1 years is practically the same, although to tea hers. and pupils\ ) alike. *.
; and most up-to-date in the, call other from state will benefit the '
to physicians nearby by regulations
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And then again, the Graystone there have been any number of buildings School Malt-- (thus' year w.lh+ abo'it' I
(country ha\ 1111 fourteen large/ classrooms towns than to take the patients as some sections that have afforded
Casino will the of numbe' .>f pupils a a' t t'v:
serve purpose a erected here during the )pa"t year. the carne
auditorium containing/ 456opera 1 for the hospital treatment when the most pleasure to the visitor from *
convention hall, for along that line This slight increase is accounted for beginning of last year, but with increased away
.chairs library and' principal'soffice. it becomes'necessary to take them to a the foreign lands have had heretofore
Kissimmee has during the past .few by the fact that the assessed value of facilities+ for handling the I
It has three stories and is
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I hospital l, and when the plans are completed very poor hotel accommodations. This
years sprung into much prominence, much of the residential and outlying crowd that is sure to come during the hardfinish
buildrd I of sand !lime brick with
1 and Kissimmee has such an institution new move will insure the best
and has. forced our people on all past property was decreased, while the next few week, Attention is calledto throughout It is thoroughlyequipped where. every-
1 it will afford a great convenience -
occasions to use the court house or value of some o fthe l.u-Mn. i.- property ; the fact that children, who are nowMX fire. There '
protection.
those who lie for : for those .who come among For the benefit of those who are not
I may
School auditonum. old or
High iiu
was slightly re.i"i.The years _
two broad tau leading to the
ale ways and the few residents that
us are unfortunate familiar with the provisions of the
council( piece of that old by the first. of next Januarymay ----- -- anew
In the rear of the theater Mr. Thur- gave every
school now, and the parents ( Continued on page 5)! ) enough to meet with re- law, we give some extracts from y
the laielul scrutiny, enter
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most
man will build a garage and laundry, proper:; + : health.
\erses in chapter 6475 of the acts of-4913: :
and did their utmost to place an equitable
-"t'' of ample size to accommodate his We understand that a Kissimmce
aluation it that is, about Sec. 3. That every building or other
mammoth hotel. This building will be upon '
gentleman i is ready to put up $ :,('1)0
structure, and all buildings in
stories the second floor being one-third ,or one-half its real value. course
two ,
to start the movement for bi idn! : ({
made into sleeping quarters for the (The invitation was extended to theproperty Valley Gazette Receives an institution here, and that plans of construction, kept, used, maintainedas
before the or advertised as, or held out to the
hotel These will be holders to appear
help. quarters will he so far advanced that a reportin
public to be, a place where food is
made sanitary in every particular, and sessions and enter: any protest they 100,000, Booster EnvelopesTHE detail may he had next week. served and sleeping accommodationsare

will in appointment be the equal of Knight I have against why their assessment - .
should not stand and the councilmen THEAfTRCHANGES offered for pay, to transient
modern flat in the city. PASTIME
any the'' "FRONT-is EMBELLISHED WITH HANDSOME guests, in which five or more rooms
Plans for these buildings have almost as individuals importuned I
been completed, in fact, have people to appear, saying that it was VIEWS AND REVERSE SIDE WITH BRIEF HANDS are used for the accomodation of

reached that stage that contractorscan their desire to do nothing that savored DESCRIPTION 0 F KISSIMMEE'S such transient guests and having one
''or more dining rooms or cafes where
make figures with almoht certainty in the least of favoritism or place any i SUPERIOR ADVANTAGESTuesday .1 I II. Woodbeck, who has for the
I I meals or lunches are served to such S,
as to its coat, and they ale already property at a too high or too low fig- | --- [past two years furnished our people I transient guests, such sleeping accommodations -

getting busy along"that line. Mr. ure. Many property holders availedthemselves the Valley Gazette received one hundred thousand! with the best class of amusement they and dicing rooms being
Thurman stated that he wanted the of the opportunity, and in than ever had the pleasure of enjoying in
of
Envelop" and at this writing has disposed more I conducted in same building, and under
work started by the first of October, every instance they were given the i, -Rooster thousand to our business men. The front of the envelope this city will witH this'week separate I the same management, shall, for the '
most earnest attention, and if their seventy himself from the Pastime theater,
he desired the building finished in Citizens Bank.
as Hotel the of this hotel
: with views of the Graystone purpose Act, be deemed a
backed with reason, > ? embellished having sold his business to Q. D. Clark, I
time to somewhere around the requests were up brief
side
open and the lake front while on the reverse is a and only such above described business -
holidays.We they were granted. Broadway of Kissimmee's superior advantages as a place of residence who came to Kissimmee recently from I shall have the right to use the
Kissimmee on hav- The council is now in a position to description Orange Springs, Fla.
congratulate of capital. name Hotel, in connection with their 4
for the and if or1 the investment It is Mr. Clark's intention to
levy the millage year conduct -
like
HarryW. ,
'
ing an enterprising man sold for the same price as those containing business, and upon proper application
envelopes are !
Thurman as a resident, and Mr. it is kept at the same figure, will pro- These the'name and character of business of the purchaser and the Pastime on the same high the Hotel Commissioners of this State 'Il.
duce $37,340.49, while the revenue I last only plane as did Mr. Woodbeck, and will
believe the such above
Thurman because we Gray- business men are using them to shall issue to such described
amounted to $36,415.66, an increase I we are glad to see that our use his every effort to make of it the I'
invest- thereis .
stone Casino will be a paying year will. do much to advertise our favored city business a )license to conduct a HoteL
ment from the first night it is thrown this year of only $924.84. extent. That they letter that leaves Kissimmee whether of a leading moving picture and playhouse I II Sec. 4.,_ That every building or other d
show that property no question and every in this section, making a specialty of
open to the public. I I These figures should be enclosed in a Booster En I structure and all out-buildings\ in connection a
assessed at a lower or business nature hooking nothing but plays of merit.
in Kissimmee is | private housandoppose 4
maintained
Gazette .till l has about twenty-five kept, used, as, or
Harry Hunter, president of the valuation than in any other city in i The which Valley in all probability will. be purchased before. next Mr. Woodbeck has not as yet decided advertised as, or held out to the pub.

Hunter Land Co., reached the city Florida, which necessitate a seemingly of. those who desire to lend their aid> to advertisIng upon his future business course, but lie to be, a place where meals and

this week from Minneapolis, and will high fate of millage, but taken together week. ends therefore their order without delay. he and Mrs. Woodbeck will spend the lunches are served without; sleeping .' ,

more than likely remain until spring, taxes here are much lower their city should give us next month touring the resorts on the '

looking after his extensive landed int..te. than iti any other city of which we west coast. (Continued on page 8.) "<\""

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It" PAGE '2. I THE KISSIMMEE
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; has done much to build up your town. ua one .better and Issued bonds ,ut.
: INSTALLATION his exhibition of lelf-stultiflcation we UNLAWFUL[ TO SELL ficlent to cov cost of
; OF STORIES IN Make your town out a bad place'and r..tbe making a
fear no one-would believe him.
white
of of its
stab it chance you get. way one principal.
I believe that I stated io the peopleat Do business every in town, and live out- OR OFFER FOR SALEPROTECTED streets, and only recently Lakeland hat,
SENIOR'AND JUNIOR the time of my canvass that .1 THE GAZETTE AREFARREACHING .
side town, so you will not have to pay. perfected-: plans to make the same im,
would probably not again be a candi- '
town taxes. I provement in that city,
EPWORTHLEAGUERST date for public office' I have' not Refuse to unite in any scheme for i GAMEFINEOFS25FOREACHOFFENSE Kissimmee is especially favored loran
changed that opinion however if :'
; my .
the betterment of the materialinter.ests attractive white way,. the beautiful
L friends ((1)) Insist upon dragging me of. the people, and do not attend parks along the center of Broadway
into the limelight I don't know what I .
the Board of Trade meetings as it may /urnUhing ample space for the .
erec.
j -. -. ..HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM contingencywhichwouldcausometo.change might happen. I can conceive of no. AND! A1IEBVILDING. ---j- KISSIMMEE cost 'you fifty cent or more a month. tion of a system of lights that would)

-.- --- --AMow-ni rchants-inother:.tOW 8.Q. .:..--.- !not only illumine.! the business section
: my plans unless some unscrup- advertise, and draw your business LICENSE to mored 8 xTelit'.ToiuT
REQUIRE TO HUNT EXCEPT wouldf
; SPLENDID PROGRAM CARRIED. ulous individual such as the writer of TilE STORY OF WHAT CURES -
I away. ON OWN LAND AND add a thousand fold to the attractiveness
OUT' the article referred to should attemptto BEEN EFFECTED HERE) IN .
AND MOVEMENT TAKES HAVE
1'' If you are a merchant, don't advertise of our city. .

3 l' .'. ON NEW LIFE IN. KIS foist himself upon the people of the I INWUCE MICHIGAN MAN inyour,/ home paper, but compelthe OWN VOTING PRECINCT. I hope.that this' matter will be taken' jII,
& which has honored signallyand
city me so
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editor to elsewhere for adver- ..
COME.i go --
TO it
that be
'. r''. SIMMEE. to avoid the disgrace of such a up at once may rushed to
I tisements so he can get to
"' calamity I should forget that I was .money,. Although the laws were publishedmore completion) before many of our regular

!, old and down and-enter the lists I issue of July 25th there was pay the printers, wno spend it around than month winter visitors are with us.
That the Epworth League movementin run I i In our I town; and howl like a sore-head be- a ago, many of them
against him. I had desired to retire detailed the story of how W. G. Campbell are little understood, especially the Respectfully,
Kiesimmee is making rapid
progress I cau'c he gets foreign advertising, and
t was evidenced by the splendid service to the shades of a private life with at |I I who came here from South Caro. some of business to another hunting law, and as the open seasonis W. E. MAY.
your goes
I'i held last Sunday evening at the High least the respect and good will of my j j' lina three years ago, was cured of a town. near at hand we here reproduce Kissimmee, Sept. 9, 1913. :

School auditorium when the officers neighbors and fellow citizens and I j chronic case of inflammatory rheuma- Buy a rubber stamp and use it. those, sections relating to selling and
I 'shall still cherish the that the i ipowerful The letter here following will
hope tism. shipping of
of both the Senior and Junior Leagueswere It may save you a few dimes and protected game as well as' SISAL HEMP CO.
shafts of this journalistic | tell of how far-reaching a story of I the section requiring hunters to
for the procure
installed coming
year. make your letter heads and I
Goliah will not have entirely> such character is, and what amount ofgood wrappers
licenses.
BUYS DREDGE
The service .took the place of the look as though you were doing business I' BOAT
p regular evening meeting of the Methodist obliteiuted> ) mo from the memory of i /! they do in building] up Kissimmee in a one-horse town. j "Sec. 12. Selling Game Prohibited.

those whose interests I have tried and Osceola county with a most desirable -Any firm of
person, corporation, '
and
congregation, was presided / If you are a banker send for i
away
w, over by Miss Alberta Hopson, while faithfully to serve. | class of citizens: printing, and then the who, at any time of the year, shall OWNED; BY CAPE BREEZE CO.,

: the obligation was administered to the Respectfully, | Ht'lldllljl'lkh.; ., Aug. 4, 1913. printer your to bank with expect barter, sell, or offer for sale, any of j. AM U WILL TAKE IT TO ST.
JAMESV.. LILLY. :Mr.V.. G.; ( Kissimmee Flor you.
Campbell, the birds animals JAMES CITY ON GULF.
; new officers by the pastor, Rev. J. II. I If you are a farmer, curse the place game or protectedby

Sibert. ida. where trade the meanest the laws of Florida, either under : -
as
on
you
The following was rendered Dear Sir: The writer is somewhat the name used in the ]laws of Florida,
program FIFTY earth. Talk this over with your The dredgethat! was builded for the
GOVERNORSi i interested in an article read this morning -
under other
: or any name or guise of in
the low
neighbors and tell them the men are ; purpose filling lands on
i ,: from the issue of July 25th of the '
1. Anthem-Hear Our Prayer, by whatsoever, whether lawfully or unlawfully Breeze front
robbers and theives. It will make Cape| and which has
IN COUNCIL OF NA- Kissimmee "Valley Gazette concerningyour taken shall be
choir. guilty'of a been laid Johnson's
your property much less valuable] ; but up at dock for the

t 2. Violin Duet-Miss Helen Jones rheumatic experience. you don't care. misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, past year, was this week purchased

and Mr. Harold] Buzza. I Some ten years ago I was taken with hall be fined not less than $\\0) nor j by the Sisal Hemp\ Co.

3. Song by Juniors-No. 130. j IIONALHIGHWAYSt very severe attack of rheumatism, more than $:U> for each offense. The drrdgt has been

ll'i 4. Prayer-Rev. R. C. \\'t-l
:No.; 129.! weeks and from which I have who hunts
5. Song congregation-
by person I
well known firm of boat builders
t: 6. Slst Psalm, responsive) by congregation i GREATEST GATHERING KNOWN never recovered. The first two years COMES AMONG US outside of the limits of the voting pre- Saunders & Tison, who will tow it to,

I standing. I I was able to go about with a cane, cinct, ward or beat in which he actually j
St. James City on the Gulf, using thelaunch
) \ 7. A Call to Sl'rvit'f'-\lis; ;Mattie ;: I but a still further development of the resides without first obtaining a license .
:11.\I THIS. ror.NTKY( OF CHIEF disease MOST DESIRABLE WESTERNER lola for that purpose, with
4 Belle Harris. I Ii | required my using crutches permitting him or her to do so;
Seth Tinon .
8. Annount'ements-Mr. J. ;M.! I..e./|/i KXKCfTIVKSSSOCIATION; i iIMS after that time, until four years ago IS ADDED TO THE ALREADY or who hunts outside of the county in Capt. in command, assist
ed Ellis:
liy Crow Roll Johns, Sam
> 9. Anthem, Now the Day is Over- | I was compelled to take to the bed LARGE NUMBER FROM: which he actually resides without obtaining -
FIVE (GOVERNING; j Lupfer and Lt-e Walker. Capt. Bill
'ifl Choir. Collection. and the 'wheel chair. Like yourself, THAT SECTION RESIDING a state license permitting him'
Knight will
of
: 10. Song by Juniors-No. 123.: :! BODIES-COL'NCIL OF'A I j I spent some time in Hot Springs, HERE. to do so; or any non-resident of the for the Sisal rtave Hemp\ charge Co. the dredge

11. Installation of ()tic..rs-Hl'\ J. GOVERNORS; I rk., with seeming improvement at state who hunts in this state withouta I
Al't
n. Sibert. the time but not a complete cure. non-resident's license; or who lendsor THE: COUNTERFEIT(

12. Vocal Solo-Miss Ella ;Mae Gil-; | POINTED} FOR I The writer is not financially able Roy Hesseltine, of Sabetha, Kan., transfers his hunting license to another !

.4 bert. I LIFE. owing to this extended illness, to payout has been a visitor in this! city this shall be guilty of a misdemeanorand. : It aluuys doton.] .. good to shake

4 f 13.: Song by Conlrelation-No. 1 122.:! large sums of money in further I week, registering at the Graystone.Mr. upon) conviction, shall be punished : hhiulsMth, H man who has a heart

Lord's Concert. playing] at a get well game. Should Hesseltine is banker of wide tine of less ,
14. Prayer in a' by a not than $1 l II, nor i under his ( ,,"t. It cheers, it encouritH -

:. 15. Vocal] luet-Flora Weidler, Murray It is an interesting fact in connection one decide to try the same route as reputation in the Sunflower State andis !more than $50(); but any resident may >'-. ..'xl has H vitalizing, effect. This

Overstreet. with the meeting of the House I you, would you be 1 so kind as to
IK. Song by Congregation-No. "B. of Governors at Colorado Springs an estimate of the necessary expenses Land Co., owner of the tract on Lake without I obtaining a hunting I license.Sec. I I 01 fusinnully we come in contact with

17. League Benediction. in Kissimmee, Fla. Any information Tohopekaliga known Fowler Park. 14. False Statement
which adjourned recently, that 50 Gov-I as as to I people" hoe hand.shake is cold and

The officers installed are to serve ernors of states, territories and dependencies i you may give me relativeto lie came to Kissunniee last Saturday Procuring License.-Any person who I! clammy as a pickled! ttmgue whose

for the coming year, ,and are as follows are officials of one organi-; 'I your own experience, etc., ...'ilbe\ to make a tour of inspection of theproperty shall make to an yofticer authorized I I sticky( : grasp conveys to you the uncanny -

: zation. Probably never before in the most gratefully received.My I in which he I is interested an.i) to issue u hunting ]license a false statement I of
suggestion a grave yard. You
Officers of Senior League. history of the country has any organization -II age at the time of afflictionwas to arrange for the development] and or change or alter his or her I are not quite| sure when you drop lug

President, Mr. L. U. Zimmerman. been represented by so many only 24 years. settlement!" of the tract. ;Mr. Hessel- license in any manner, shall be punished I bund! whether he is dead or alive, yet

: 1st Vice Pres., Miss Alberta Hopson.2nd chief executives. My chance for recovery seemingly I tine is also contemplating mald/.,.::: by a fine of not ]less than $10 nor you are pleased when the solemn ordeal
-
Vice Pres. Miss Cecelia Over- ought to be bright from the fact thatI than
The association has five governing I Kissimmee his future home.Vhl''l more $25. is pndThil,/ is the counterfeit,
1 street.3d I am but 34 years of age at the pres- seen by a representative of the Gazette Sec. l.r. Shipping or Transporting
'4, bodies: a Board of Trustees, a Board I the spurious and the easily .detected.
Vice Pres., Miss Helen Jones. of Councillors, a Council of Governor.-, I ent time. I|I he stated that he was much impressed (;Jume.-Any person who takes, shipsor Fernandinu News-Record.

---. 4th Vi Pres..- Mrs. Zimmerman. : a Council of Commissioners, and aBoard | The writer was a dentist by profession j with our beautiful city and enjoyed transports" out of, or within the I 1--

Secretary, Mr. Paul Marks. of Advisors. at the time of affliction, but j the fine climate in this section, whrh: state any of tho birds or game protected l >eep plqwing. increases the soil'

Treasurer, Miss Helen Bass. since that time has never been able i I in comparison with the weather conditions by the laws of this state, unless ; wuter.holding also its
The Council of Governors of the power, plant-
t Epworth Era Agents, Miss Nina I I to practice this profession, but turnedto the past summer in Kansas the same be in personal possession, ,I feeding .
National Highways Association is pO't'r.hhould
I. Bratton, Mr. Harold Buzza. for life. appointed insurance some eight years ago, I were very striking to him. of, or carried openly by the owner '

Officers of Junior League.r' of Appointments as which business I have followed since. When Mr. Hesseltine is located in thereof, or persons killing the same One make a close inspection
members it have been
\ President, Walter Bass. of accepted by Should I so far recover as to be ableto I Kissimmee he will be a valuable addition who has in his possession a non-resi-I I lof all drains about the farm at this

f fil I <:" . 1st Vice Pres., Norma Griffin. forty-one the the present governorsof engage in this business, what are to the city, as he is a man of i dent's license if the game is to be | particular] season.

-: )," 2nd Vice.; Pres., Mabel OV Tlltreet.k these forty-eight states. Besides the prospects in your town? Would splendid business ability and enter- carried out of the. state, or a resident's

'f" 3rd Vice Pres. Lois Overstreet. forty-one present! governors, the you be so kind as to give the present
h license if the is
be
I prising to a marked degree. He be- game to transported -

I ."w i,." 4th VIce Pres.,, Lillian Harris. National includes I Highways the governors Association'sCouncil of all : population the and the in asses the d valuationof and lieves in a great future for this section within the state, shall be guilty of PUT YOUR FOOT IN ITr!

\ Secretary, Harriet Buzza. property town, of Florida, when it has become a misdemeanor, andon. conviction shall
of the territoriesand .
except one
',.p Treasurer, Abie Johnston. eral former whose sev- whether there are any manufacturing settled with a desirable class of progressive be punished 'by a fine of not less! than

Junior League Superintendent, Miss : governors terms industries of any importance; also, $10 nor than
have expired.The farmers and fruit growers.In more $50. A pair of the beat shoes you ever
Alberta do you have city water and electric
Hopson.
.
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addition to Mr. Hesseltine's Sec. 10. Common Carrier
per. Shipping bought for the
list of ? money..e are doe.
number the present governors of lights
Every on program was '
i sonal
magnetism, which would become
Game.-Any
. creditably rendered and proved that : states and territories who are mem- Awaiting with interest any information person, company, corpo- ing out our shoe stock to fire our
. I I evident upon his taking up residencein ration, or common carrier who shall
b the League has done much work in I bers of the Council of Governors is you may have for me, 1 am, with midst he grocery department more room and
our has a family that ship or transport any birds of
as follows: Governors O'Neal of Al- best respects, game
the training of Kissimmee's
: young | would I soon become identified with the i without ascertaining if the offering thin Hale will continue to a Dni.h.
people in church work. Especially interesting I aban Hunt of Arizona Johnson of Yours very truly, person -
social and civic life of the city. His for shipment
was the part taken in the I California, Ammons of Colorado, Mil- LEON L. HILL. I' or transportationsuch
'daughters are talented musicians and birds
or game is in of
possession
service by the Juniors, who have been' ler of Delaware, Trammel of Florida, I NO SHOES CHARGED
: HOW enthusiastic church and social workers, a hunting license duly issued to him
TO KILL YOUR TOWN
under the of Miss Slaton of Georgia, John Michener '
supervision Hopson. I and would also be a valuable addition and covering the period when such $4 50 ;\1'n'R Tan Llu. ox. $3.45
Haines of Idaho Ralston
'. of Indiana,,
., MAYOR LILLY DEFENDS. I Clark of Iowa, Hodges of Kansas, Mc- Send away for your job printing, : to th.'arious organizations that work shipment IS offered, and without requiring .a [,') ;\I'n' Pat bu.] ox. . 3.41)

illS ACTION j' Creary of Kentucky, Hall of Louisiana and buy your envelopes] from the government for the upbuilding of Kissimmee. such person to accompany the 400 ;\1"1Pat.\ blu. ox. - S.ID

I I'I William Tecumseh Haines of ; or use plain envelopes in Mr. Uesseltine] would not give out :' shipment, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor -
:.1.,0ll'Il's; Tan but. 2.45
Maine your flourishing ( ? ) business.Ion't |f-ttny statement in regard to the plans and, upon conviction thereof, I ox. -
,, Editor Valley Gazette: I Goldsborough of Maryland, 1 ::1 so, ;\It.'s Pat. 1u.,] 2.45
I advertise in your home pa- I to be carried Out in regard to Fowler] shall be punished' by a fine of not less ox -
In order that I might not do injus- Foss of Massachusetts, Ferris of Michigan
Eberhart pers, in case the publisher may be Park development at this time, but it ''than $,,() nor more than $100. :I.JO1..n'8:\ Pat bu.] ox. - 2.45-
tice to anyone, even in thought, I of Minnesota, Brewerof
I able] to place a little money in his is believed that steps will be taken at Sec 17. Corporation, Service 4 (10I.n's;
or heavy
I Damp-proof
h will not disclose the) name of the authorof Mississippi, Major of Missouri,
I home banks to help them along. once to begin extensive work in that Warrant of Arjfest Upon.-In cases of Elk 2.h5.
f the article published in your last issue Stewart of Montana, Morehead of Nebraska I -
I
L4 Glory the downfall of who nearby section violation of
. in which the writer attempted to be Oddie of Nevada, McDonald 1 r_ : a_man ..... the game laws\ of Florida :!.( (I :\I..n'\ Tan Foots ease 1.45
/ -- / ---- by a the
corporation, warrant
s' facetious at my expense. I find upon I of New Mexico Sulzer of New York, may S .- .
examination of the assessor's books Craig of North Carolina: Hanna of I Inread to the president, secretary or
$::1.(1 t.-it Pat. Hut Ox. $2.45
that this important individual and I North Dakota, Cox of Ohio, Cruce of manager in this state, or to any Ken- -

who subscribes himself) Taxpayer, has Oklahoma, West of Oregon, Tener of t.ral or local agent thereof in any :UiO La. lien Hut. ox. 2.45

no property listed for taxation Pennsylvania, Please( of South Carolina ''county where the action of indictment ::1,0 "u. I'itt. Blu ox. - 2.45.l. .

..'.. -: As to his silly attempt to be humorous I Byrne of South Dakota, Hooper i The Valley Gazette I is pending, and upon the leturn of such :I.J() La. Tan Blu. OJ(. - -

3 the effort is so weak as to be un of Tennessee, Colquitt of Texas, Spryof I "%a ri antu, served corporation shall .
::1.o)(} La. Tums l.hfi-
1 .. 'ump8 -
". worthy of notice. I have no time nor Utah, Fletcher of Vermont, Mannof : Inilcemcd i in court, and subject to thejumi'.dietion
Opens a Bargain Sale :li.oO! : La. White Canvas l.f5
thereof, and pumps -
inclination to engage in a newspaper Virginia, Lister of Washington, any fine im-

controversy with one of his calibre. Hatfield of West Virginia, Carey of I I po-,-il may be collected by, executionugaiiis. 1.ii: La. White Strap Sandals ICO

; , Of the Valley Gazette or anyone else? Wyoming{, Strong of Alaska, Freer of1 That Runs 30 Days / i the prujieity of said! corporation And. ) many other grand values we

who entertains a different opinion from I Hawaii, and Colton of Porto Rico; I '. Iut thi( section shall not I I.idire.l be, ('011I I I "cannot mention here.

1, ? that expressed by the undersigned, and I II lion. Maurice Hudson Thatcher headof i to exempt any agent or em- And some values 'ioct.nes

desires a public discussion of the tax: the department of Civil Administration ployrc fiiim prosecution., I very startling

question in an open, manly way, I I Isthmian! Canal Commi"sion,1 As this' IS (the season for cleaning up old stock and making ( & notions, etc. r

,-: t will be pleased to meet any representative -1 and Col. George; Washington Goethal room for new and up-to-date goods, the Wiley Ga/elte will fall MATTER AWAITS I 1I I 1---COME AND SEETAYLOR'S '

y of that side of the contention in chairman and chief engineer. Isthmian into line by offering a .

4 -: gentlemanly, courteous debate, but excuse Canal Commission. I ,; ACTION Of) COUNCil. I '

me from any mud-slinging con- Good roads everywhere is the slogan i fr Thirty Day Subscription Rate I :I -- .
I test. of the National I II
1 Highways Association -
t I did nothing more than to express' It believes that the development I of One Dollar I I THIS MOST PERTINENT: ; ; QUES.THN i 424 BROADWAX---PHONE 250

;' ; r ). S my views and recommendations to the' of good roads can best be brought I;i' ( AX ONLV HE ANSWER

yJ ': council which under the law and with' about by the National Government's To all wbo wilt pay two or more years in) advance. This EH: BV OUR CITY'S GOVERNORS. .

its consent I had the perfect right to building and maintaining a system of offer includes F both renewals and new subscriptions. i :';( .

do. The direful predictions of this I 50,000 miles of national highways con- The date of
beginning of this extraordinary offer will be M. G. Weaver
; modern Solomon as to my political necting all the states and
principal 6th
September ( and
S tomorrow) the closing day will be October6th. I Editor The Valley Gazette
future might be distressing to one cities of the Union. The :
Associationhas 1913. But remember that the Proftttor tff thf
: to
r. get Valley Gazette at this What has become of the
.' l-:. : more! ambitious than myself. published Great
a the
showing
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7 map reduced rate will have
you to at least FINE ARTS
pay two in Great White
advance.
,... _t : .,,\. I find some consolation, however, in tentative location of a system of national which will be $2 years for Way that was talked of .

.. *._ "I the fact that several other gentlemen highways' that would directlyserve Kissimmee ? Employing; n.u;method in ttach

d- f quit *s well posted, perhaps, as he, more than sixty per cent of the The and Valley section Gazette goes into the majority of homes in this I read with pleasure some weeks ing rapid writing thatching and

5- r held similar views last spring. He population of the United States. county would but there are a few who are not subscriberswho ago in youc! paper that plans were being oil p ;;" ;".. Teaching alto ar-:
like
we to enroll list.
on our worked out
reference to } to make of Broadway chitfdaral dned.lirg.
i# makes; some eoquenc.r pmnpctiv a fl
r,, S I most decline to feel flattered at his For the next thirty days you can This offer is open to any person anywhere, but will be with- a great white way, but recently there -

S j for two In the the drawn after October 6th. has been nothing said of the
,. .og etions reasons. get Valley Gazette for one dollara progressof

; first pJ.cewe doubt his ability to judge year, provided you pay for two I s that much-to-be-desired Improvement Studio at Park Hotel

S 1\\ of./.1Jcb' matters, and secondly, after. years In advance. I IJ in our beautiful city. Private lesson and class work

f \ 1 ,/ Gainesville, Fla., has recently gone
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iTO 1 ture, the people at large will be able I ,

PROTECT to get cheap power, as the maximum I FAVOR PLACING TO GIVE FARMERS telegraphed facts to every newspaper i
within a few hours. The printed mat-
rate which the power companies may
I ter thus circulated wl1give\ these
FRUIT GROWERS charge is definitely fixed in the per- THE ARMY ON ( THE CROP NEWS newspapers: (a) a full lilt of the e !

mit.In P J (crops; (b) the average condition of
order to make certain that !
power I
each crop for ten-year period in that
1 companies can ..ot exercise a mon- BETTER BY TELEGRAPH
ANDJARMERSU. particular state; (c) the condition
opoly and use. the entire current for
of the state crops for September 9th. "
their own purposes, the departments I r
In the column will be
adjoining given t
S. HORTICULTURAL BOARD one-half require these of the companies power they to sell develop at least as IT IS AN ABSOLUTE N ; I ABOUT MIDDLE OF THIS MONTH the same data for the United States,

I so that the fanners who read these
rapidly as outside users request its ,
notices can compare! the crops In. their
PLACES QUARANTINE ON CERTAIN delivery. I IF W E WISH TO :: I THtf GOVERNMENT WILL !MAKEA state as of September 9th with the

IMPORTED PLANTS. MONROE' ten-year averages of their own state, s
Senator Fletcher has secured pro- DOCTRINE TEST EXPERIMENT WITH
FRUITS AND SEED-ESPECIALLY and, in the same way with the aver-
motions for two Floridians in the THE PHILIPPINES
A NEW SYSTEM OF CIRCULATING
: age condition throughout the United
AGAINST Government Printing Office that will CONTROL THE I'AN I CROP IN- States on September 9th and for ten '
MEDITERRANEANFRUIT interest old-time of the
many printers I
MA CANAL. FORMATION. years.
state where the lucky well- +
FLY. men are
These data are to be supplied for
known members of the craft.
I the reason that the condition of crops sr,
W. N. Pratt, of Leesburg, has Washington/ I n. C., Sept I Washington, D. C., Sept 10.-In or- actually within a state has more effect '
Washington, D C", Sept. 9.-To pro- been to be foreman of the favor of '
promoted earnestly ip( placing I der to give to the farmer immediatenews on within that state than the
> prices
tect fruit growers and farmers of the night proof room at a salary of $2700 of the United States on a of detailed crop conditions in conditions for the country at large. '

United States the Federal Horticul per annum, and A. M. Foranter, of I footing" declared Senator his own state, as reported by the Government The cost for this service, it is found,
tural Board of the Department) of Ag- Arcadia, has been made assistant Chamberlain of Oregon, the Department of Agriculture will be only nominal. All that will

riculture has declared a quarantine foreman of the linotype section, at an. Senate Committee on about the middle of Septemberwill be necessary will be to telegraph the 4e,

against certain imported plants, fruits annual salary of $2100. "As long I as we maintain make a test experiment with anew figures for two columns, and this can ry rybe

and seed Some of the most destructive Doctrine retain the : system of circulating crop information done at a cost of not more than "
insect and plant diseases to which The Democratic State Caucus has trol the Panama (anal and by. telegraph. The detailed
75 cents for each state. (
: : \ :
cultivated plants are .subject have agreed to support an amendment offered the Pacific, which is our : statement giving information by states If the contemplated experiment I.a is 4j
been brought here, according to the by Senator Bryan, admitting have ::' \ the
tmyt' must an army has hitherto been furnished to success\ and the newspapers cooperate *
board, on .stock imported from foreign alcohol when denatured free from to care for those conditions : I farmers of the several localities In by publishing this special service r*

countries duty and relieved from, internal revenue emergencies printed form and only by mail. As a information,the plan will be extended

Certain fruits, from te Hawaiian tax "No one advocates a large result, it took from seven to ten days eventually to serve the, farmers of all i #
Islands have been refused admittance The amendment is important be- army in this country, but we ( ) 1 for this information to reach the farm the states.

from the fact that the Mediterraneanfruit cause alcohol is the equal of gasoline have as a military ) I ers in distant states through the post-

fly, not heretofore widely preva- as a fuel It can be used in any en- army of efficient officers offices "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" ,

lent in the United States, exists in I gine in which gasoline can be used, in men which can be augmented The Department will try this test 4

large numbers in the Territory of Hawaii addition it can be used for cooking and ed men from a reserve I| first in six states: Illinois, Missouri, I Write or wire Menge Broa. Port r

-., This insect attacks figs, grapes, for lights. It has the advantage over mented bj the National low aMinnesota, Kansas and Texas Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule
grapefruit, sweet limes, oranges, gasoline and kerosene that it is not so "There has been a great The Government crop news for each I Ij of steamers Snwanee and Corona vM

peaches and other fruits, as well as explosive It is believed that the discussion as to the countries".i.j of these states will be telegraphed toa plying between Fort Myers and Fort.

certain vegetables, and would be if price of alcohol will be less than the better preparation for central point in that state. There Lauderdale via the famous Caloahat- ;

it were admitted to the United States, present price of kerosene. The result I emergencies, and there the information will be quickly repro- chee, Lake Okeechobee Everglade and

a menace to the fruit and vegetable ', ought to be, therefore, that the prices quite a unanimous opinion II duced and mailed out to all\ the newspapers Drainage Canals. The most wonderful 1

growers of the country. of gasoline and kerosene will both fall, present time our army is in the state. In this way every scenery in America. Wild bird Il

Potatoes from Germany, Holland, : or if not, that alcohol will be used instead adequate owing( to present i paper, not merely the large dailies\ and game life in profusion. Seminole
imported alcohol free of in favor of | but the county sat and small town
and the British Isles, cannot. be Admitting duty I am heartily I Indians and alligators. 84-tf
into the United States as long and bringing it into competition with and improvements in the papers, even in the most distant states,

as the quarantine declared in September i kerosene and gasoline, the products of meet! existing conditions I should be in possession of this Information For the next thirty days you caa i

1912, exists against them. Thiaquarantine the Standard Oil Company, carries out not to leave ourselves in )I within from' 12 to 18 hours get the Valley Gazette for one dollar
was decided upon to keep the spirit of the Democratic platformto where we fear the after it is issued. As far as possible a year, provided yea pay for two

out the deadly plant disease called place trust controlled products on vasion by Japan on the. I I the. information will be sent out so yesrs in_advance.

potato wart," a scourge so dangerous the free list But for this amendment or by any other foreign > as to reach the Imall'weeklles in time

that should it get into our potato- alcohol would pay'$2.60 per proof gallon our Atlantic coast, nor in for use in their Thursday and Friday Vi.i.s

growing districts the effect upon the and of course, could not be used as to what might happen to I editions. RUB-MY-TISM ,
industry would, according to plant for fuel purposes in case of intervention in :\ I This new service has been effected

pathologists, be little short of a (na- cause the army i. I through a cooperative arrangement Will cure your Rheumatism b i
tional calamity. In a report forwarded to. Congress emergent ies between the Bureau of Statistics and Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Hawaiian today the Chief of U S. Engineers "The present session of I the Weather Bureau officials. In each Colic, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts and

From Islands Egypt,the India United, and States the has- advised against improvement of Shell has been occupied with I state the Weather Bureau has a man Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects 4'

Creek, De Soto county, from Hickman. hare taken all the time. -o '! provided with modern facilities which Etc. Antiseptic' Anodyneused in'
been in the habit of importing quan- !himito and mail the ternally and externally. Price 2Sc.s !
tities of cotton seed. The discoveryof to Bermont, because the small bene- attention has been given to : will enable print
fits which would accrue to the community of national defense until -
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in the
the pink boll worm cotton )
would not warrant the contemplated situation in :Mexico' has
has resulted
seed from these (countries -
expenditure. tei uthe, unpiepaiedtate,
in the declaration of a quarantine I
"To secure navigation between these lion to face u"sudden war.
On January 15, I'll1! a quarantinewas '
declared against oranges, sweet two points," says the report, "would should, not te a peaceful) Legitimateand
and other fruits require the construction of an artificial of the ;Mexican tiouble] ('
limes, peaches some
canal whicly'it local interests I( makeshifts' ,
from Mexico. On February 19, 191:1:i, appears measures anr
grape fruit was added to the list of had hoped the state would provide in to be. adopted a1-, has Lean, '
connection. with operations" of Conservative
prohibited( fruits. The discovery of drainage the' Ixginnug every
that of a this { tountn, all <.f whiht' t
the exibte'nc in country
for for the : ,
The claim Is indemnity : d'-II-I.'U"' and expensive (
destructive indict' known as the "l\hx- I (
ment for $l,0)0() indemnity in behalfof ''of I Inn' expeunu|' 1 -Mitl l <'na>' C
for this ,
ican action.fruit fly" was responsible the heirs of Angelo Albaiious before I I I ":At tin regular/ i' session c>f ) I '( I Must be the predominatingfeature

the House for discussion! all'l'ITI'1' 'i theuhjec t of ,leic-mg. '

According to the estimates of the today, having been grought up l I|I fniiii\.. must t }le" 01,vide. of any and all trans- '
Representative 1 Flood, chairman of the> trfi"I, \\rfi ( iani-eiii' has
United States Department I > of Agri- '
.
1 foreign Affairs Committee the actions connected with the
!, 1 Ioi 1 t "'''n.d! j>o-itiem" on
the unused water in
I) Jilture, power The 1 clai mis for indemnity for the v will ii\cit,fhi" definite. ,, \ ] !
fhe, national forest le'ervationw -
various-capable of developing from lynching of Albuno, who was takenfrom ticni- with a great deal 1 if affairs of this bank.
is ; officers in Tampa by a mob after I I "I I am not I 1'l-f'lu'.d l to say '
to ll.OOO.OOO: horsepower
10,000,000
he had been arrested for alleged assault ,i: hould l Iol' done' : the plans '
in the form of low-priced electrical on a girl It is probable the inu-t l t.>< worked cut l by men I Securety and Safetyof
current. In of the districts ,
many : the ,
claim will soon be approved by I II ne and judgment! but it
adjacent to ,these natural sources of : '
House.A that impIO\lnll'IIt'
I iqpaicnt
power there is not yet a large enough I I'' all our funds and thoseof
in
madi! and the arm:; put
demand for current for use in existing bill tp provide an appropriation' ; : I
to mt>'t t the requirements|
local commercial activities to warrant I of$200,000 for erection of a public II t ion. : our depositors is our first

power companies in paying high rentals building at Plant City, was today introduced "In opinion; the ;
mv )
and building expensive plants for by Representative Sparkmnn )I should !it, very much st !' .l.lImploH and foremost consideration.We .
the delivery of current to such uters
:Many regular f
It has been found, therefore, that to Representative Clark has introduceda I' tiers should It detailed to
ring about the immediate establishment bill to make March 27, the and : I want business
, anniver-/''ofheirs instruction, b : your
and thus avoid of / I
of power plants sary of the discovery dull and discipline for the I !
the of this water Leon holiday, as i ii i
continued waste i Ponce de a public I have )
well
would al>o be to this basis.
I power in many sections permits must i "Ponce de Leon Day" in the District | medical examination of the on i s<

be granted power companies upon of Columbia. I I larger .
II men, so that a n
terms under which the current can be I the
to
developed cheaply enough to be usedin The Initiative and Referendum unless and ': time named of men need.could go Citizens Bank of Kissimmee f't .

developing new industries which Pink Pills won't help you any of a :

would be unprofitable without n supply you have sense enough to realize the I I ia"The verv formation difficult matter, and : I ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER, ", ,
value of hard wark.
of current.
cheap !I which we have not had ex President Cashier ,
Under a plan which! has been agreed A good many dairymen get more We. uannot .t .

upon between the !Secretary of the Interior sympathy from their cows than they ( the this ountry lines of continental t J II 1111111111 11111111111111 .11111111111111111111111111 i

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f, have been Influential in. 'their support the expense la met through the city .ot fOO'O" " "OOO"

,ONE-FOURTH. OF and in enlisting the co-operation of I Board of Health, o\ thus ,work is performed p CHRISTIAN'' ENDEAVOR : \\'

'" ""t others who are 'directly bettered by free by some jrenerous\ deiiilist. 000' WORK 4 "D\itton's. 1' ,

CHILDREN BORN such systematic ,efforts./ The organization 000 0 :SpecialShoes :
makes)( full reports,of its workto .And in this connection one fact OOOO'OO.otooOOOOOOOO- 4

the city Board oft Health, from stands out splendidly to the credit of,' Traveling on the "California Fast ,

b IN UNITED STATES which it receives wise counsel and Jacksonville's doctors and dentists, as 'I''I'I Mail Train," of the' Santa' Fe road we for Men

much assistance well as many; very many, generous, arrived in Los Angeles in time for avery

P The Woman's Club of Jacksonville, citizens. whose names are: known only i late breakfast, July 9th, having -

tT: DIE'BEFORE THEIR FIFTH YEAR within the present year,,.has aroused! to the heaKKauthoritles through medical whom and I left Kansas City Sunday night, the $3.50
The
public attention by publishing some 1 the aid in extended. I 6th. But this seemingly short time

startling statements regarding infant 1! dental professions in their of the contributions city are more of!I was long in what we put into it; eventsof :--..-Adi>anced Styles In New Fall Good

mortality In the city, It has showed than liberal travel now forming delightful linksIn
IT COSTS MONEY, TO BRING A the highest; skill, in the treatment' of i chain Now DisplayedWe ,i ;
by actual figures that more than onehundred memory's which'at least one ,

i. CHILD- INTO--TTHE WOUU).-- _nd.-flfty. ...Jacksonv I !hJeS-{! cases brought to their attention? i delegate will never forget, Pat- '
: have them in Patent Leather Button
i' : \, EVEN IF ITS LIFE IS under two years of age die annually "lhrsugh"thesechannels he-sun -The-j.'Sunflower--State/! ...Ja .
I 1 I of freely given by gener- : -- ----ent-Colt- .Blucher Russia..TanButton. Rum-
t SNUFFED OUT IN A from preventable causes; that more money having a drought this summfer, and 1-

t,; FEW:: DAYS. than fifty die from dirty food and ous-minded individuals outside of these vegetation was not luxuriant to see Tan Blucher, Gun Metal Button, Gun Metal .\
,
the cost of treating '
starvation, and that, in 1912, nearly professions, to defray aa it had been in Missouri We did Blucher, Vici Kid Blucher Plain Toe, Vila

'" one-half of them died without meVii- these cases, mount to large ag- .not however view 'much of Kansas .- \.1
s ] It is with no Kid Congress Plain Toe.DuttonHarris. '..:'I
expectation
Of all the children born in the Unit- cal attention. | gregates. given passing through most of it at night.A .

ed States more than one.fourth die The result of this agitation in sevi of from reward the knowledge other than that what it is little railroad town is Holly, on the .. .:.:. I

E before they'reach-their fifth year; one- I i oral public meetings was the urgam- comes boundary between Kansas and Colo-
I "one of these little
for
ones.
done
fifth before they HIP one year old. | zation of the (Infant Welfare SocIety, rado. Then our car of twenty happy
I The Legislature, of 1911 providedfor C JUS T
What a commentary on twentieth century with a large membership, ) of the earnest folks commenced to look out for moun- o. \1 j
the establishment of a hospital \
civilizatIOn! A stack' breeder] and responsible) men and women tains. An enterprising man, named ,
for the treatment of the indigent crippler -
would be forced out of business" by ''of Jacksonville, and with a /guarantee Fred Harvey, has built hotels in irrigated "
; children of the state, appropriating I
such a lows of ample) financial/ support The 01gitnialion /'- spots through the wild, bare and :

While one child In four ,ili< s before has ,notet been activity', twenty thousand dollars for the dry region' of Colorado, New Mexico I I !
ten
I 1 itreaehesthe I ag eof ,-c'onM'iousnl'ss at woik long nough to havt-, tabulated purpose.thousand! dollars It appropriated annually for also such and Arizona, traversed by the Santa I-I II w x:InI: : :: SIItar2.2.: : : :T: ca-o TO SCa: ::::>O -Y --._

and while wholly under the Mm! 'e.lion! the- ,,'sult, of its labors It employ sleirulallv Fe railroad. Towns I best remember I I\K1UIITV! OK 1.COInn..\ i Kl.A. STATE. COL.L.KGB) FOR WiAfEN
t s'iv'ice to provide maintenance, surgical .... i Tall.._
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pif three nursewlune work is are LaJunta and Trinidad in Colo- *
and control of its parents |large> : treatment and appliances.! Under Sl..... far h..< drvrlopwrBf .f aodl, College of Arti and Sciences. Normal
portion of those who SUM'up tin first among the, }poorer' families in advising rado; Las Vegas and Flagstaff in Arizona I nlad .. ; child', the provisions of this act and un- ...... ..* dlvtmlomm-Lll>e-r.l ArtI Laws School of Muilc School of Art. !School!
of their
five years ale left with impaniJ luallli /I1oth,'", iito the eater! I and the Needles on the boundary KmclBrrrliKi Avrlrallvrpl. T............' of Expression Home Economics with
I til suitable secured
buildings be
which limits "" destio\s th..1'fl'. ..u.n. ten. espeemllv of I tluii' young babies may line between California and Arizona.We tollritrl Kmprrlmrnt ttatloal Kmtramtom Kxtendon DlvUlon Beautiful loe*.
these little patients have been cared I l>l..l.Io.| <.rd.D.<<* (tck_.. 10 Lion beautiful bulletin*. and flrst-claai
cy in life 1'hcy are (given instruction in hygienic I passed Albuquerque New !Mexico now brick buildings. be.lde. Kymnanlum equipment throughout Includingsrym-
l'' 1ft the matter be rnnuio'nvl, frnd; mutters that make for !better health for elsewhere. To meet the demand j at night, but I had a glimpse of swimming pool and many unild- naalum and swimming pool. 41 member
this maintenance fund a much Inry buildings" Cl In Faculty and officers of the faculty and other of fleer*.
e the tinandal viewpoint! saru>t\ c.in, and! low"'r mortality, lates Fresh milk upon I its nice depot and hotel from my berth 32! Young men from <5 Florida 411 students from 45 counties and 10
larger appropriation might be used to counties. and 11 .tal. and foreign State..
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within then peach with
make no bettei ii iiHIoa Kisr-r. sad
burn'; guaranteed degree of purity that advantage, and to supplement it, a countries loot aesslnn.Tutloo .. ... ....... Katraaee
its children UK well It blessing water can be vegetation/ I Free. Hoard .d .r. ., 1124 00 per year For Information
P t makes ,it wholesome for the babies certain Jacksonville physician takes I'...... $132.60 per )'..ar. Writer today for address
costs to bring a child l vita the and humanity also one needs -to see
money t-j cataloKUo. A. A. Murphree, President 12-81 Edward Conradi, Preeldent.
professional charge of all such
$ world. eM'n if its life is snuffed out frequent| meetings/ are held for the cases the beautiful green because of the I

v within a few d.i\s. It <,i".t- i.mic to l"ollH'who are advised in their ma- i j' brought to him, giving free of all cost irrigated parts of the mountain deserts the :Mexicans: some ...h."ryIar'land! l II |['read with much sorrow by the old

t rear a child. l to the year (>Or m It tuiit\I ., t tiinal duties toward all the chilrden to the patient or the state the highest When about the proper time for I ,comrades and !Mr II. G. Fisher, presi, ||i friends of :Mr and Mrs Bellhouae, who
I skill and theiichest
when it In','onusM{ dltb }jnoiiun' and the home .itself( Quite recentlya professional interest\ "three meals a day" would arrive, we 1 dont of the Colorado union. I II resided herefor some years during the

thud die under the. of I Little ;MolheiH has been : patient could buy no better tried to wash off of desert
yet one- age Society a layer I heie 1 were hours of wholesome" fun; : early days of Kisaimmee.
More than this he has the direct |
iii 1 twenty )<'ais and OIK..hilfitii pone at formed to train the older girls in the I authority i sand from faces and hands, and brush I hours of (Christian fellowship, those i

i-r forty, and the number that n-iic l'h the care of their younger brothers and of a wealthy and benevolent I it away from clothing so that we could two days, between Kansas City and

I scriptural| limit :>f tine? ,,'oie years sisters. and to make the household j family in this-city to draw upon it for file out in respectable condition. when Los Angeles Best of all, I think, was )

and ten small iniifid 'duties for the fam- I any sum that may be wisely expended before "I'red Har
I is lighter responsible the) train stopped a our prayer meeting one evening ledl|

Jnasmuih as, the lust Live years, of ily housekeeper. The work is of immense I in properly caring{ for such poor chil- vej" hotel and we hastened to its bj' ;Mr Lehman Christian passengers I Park Hotel

life are more fatal to the rate than importance and it is bringing I dren. lunch room. food; meals were served from other ears gathered to ours.
Such in brief is outline of the
any other similar period the attention results worthy of the noble women an I much cheaper than in the dining car There were favorite(' songs, well known
work of less than two in Corner Broadway aad Dais AT .
of economists, Und sanitarians who it. I years caring( of the Here/ 1 first the *
everywhere are directing train enjoyed : Bible quotations, and a prayer in (1.1''man ; -
for the children of Jacksonville and I II
r has been directed within recent Under the immediate direction of !!' cit'lieous, musk-melons grown on now l hy one of the nationality from

years to the tan I of t the )Ijabies, The its Board of Health, the City of Jacksonville ''I for the indigent crippled children! of I fertile .because. urinated land-i of the another far There were heart.feltexperience's" Open September J 1st.
Florida. So far is this
attemptthat have been made in many maintains as known desert Believe I never ate Such fine of the comfort religion!
an inspection system
II work has been undertaken Rates:
American cities\ to reach the child I not in any musk-melons in our own state _
worker
: of the public schools attended by' hud brought us as indi\iduul .
other Florida I city and in but few I II i i'J $ 1.00 . . Per Day
t through It have not been A genuine reminder that
parents received -
white children. Two medical inspectors I we" were and Dr I lanilrith made a simple, but

'V with universal favor. Many and two nurses are employed the; : ,'ItleIII the South. The question of nearing the West was the first Japanese tfectivi' address the kind a great and, ,' 6.00 . _ Per Week
'Infant matter of stateor ,
hygiene
people are too ignorant to understandthe latter through the entire year at a 1 as a ese I standing/ outside! of a hotel. good man excels in and in, his prayer

importance of the physical well- monthly salary of beventj-nve dollars', I''sideied municipal supervision for'ar has been,. Now eon lie/ was .beating. a drum which nervedas which followed he mentioned" the trainmen One block from passenger

being of the child; others too stubborn and the inspectors for the eight school theoretically a dinner bell Genuine; :Navajo including\ ,. porters Phe por-
electric
i has been in depot lighted throughout
made ,
a tart its practical -
or too proud to recognize the right of months at fifty dollars a month each I Indians appealed! where we ate supper ter of our car was a young endeavor
solution :Much is be !learned and and
to modern
in all of its
the state to meddle with what they No better commentary can l he of one mizht The oldHlIt'n beggedus man and, this thoughtfulness b> Ir ,
liittc-i results will follow andwider
I consider their awn personal affairs. fered on the results than some accomplishments longer to buy l head necklaces and old men landteth )pb asid him appoint tent.

;I But it is generally conceded that the i during the school year ol19121'J r: experience I had bows and allows tn sell, All I For most of the) day we traveled the Table furnished with evrey

I state has the right to enter the family : At the risk of a few tijlureJthat !rELORIDA looked aged indeed except one solemn arid sands of the mountain desert Itwas delicacy the market affords.

v I to see that the child is guaranteed a will )be dry unless the reader i-': : RECEIVING I looking little girl of about ten vearsShe the hottest place I ever remem- t 3<>-4tpd

normal life The parent is no longer interested, really interested, m thr, was eating an ice t'learn, cone with bci (Hut even in this twl.hak..d place

w f i recognized as the owner of the childin noble) effort, some of these! fads an,: i i DESIRABLE PUBLICITY i the evident enjoyment of a civilized wile occasional hamlets some with .

in the sense of owning an animal ort I given. ( child I have lead romantic. stories ,111'1'.1) /I particle of ,shade and no ir- -= .

other property. Not only is a parent of Indian life, but could see nothing oooooooooooooooooo.oooooo
I Covering the system of white pulilu i ngatinn! The I last part of our jour-

i forbidden\ to destroy his offspring outright I schools thirty-two hundred pupils : :\ E\\: OKK) LOKUKSI'ONPKNr:: ( 1)1) 'att ra.tla""ut these members of 111..\ was at night and 11 1 t the morning I

_ ; t I but he may not subject it to I were examined during the year Of THE CIMIVNAII: : : KMJtUfKU: once wild mountain t tnbr- I'lagstaffreached .' wi awoke to find we, were almost I, Dann & Dann

\ such treatment as will prevent its normal ( these 2472, or more than three-quar we welcomed to our hearts tlH'I" -
WHITES ABOl'T TilE I
t> development, and the meaning of ters were found to be defective and car either delegate, Elld'a.n'. Grocery Company

t the term "normal development" is Among the principal causes; of these STATE. who' had stopped' to See maibsublime C K.\TIISHKI :

9 t growing more liberal day by day. defects were enlarged tonsils 907 --- I II I mountain sc'nery. from un earlier delegation .I.HOUSE/ -On August 25, 1913! 101 Broadway

In the present conditions of society cases; defective vision G40; enlarged That Florida is receiving; much desirable train. Among them wire the at Km Evergreen avenue, Woodbury,

'I I ; it is practically impossible that the cervical glands in 228; adenoids in I publicity and boosting in vari- I noted workers, Mi. Karl Lehman, interstate :N' .1., Abbey Sadleir Ilcllhouso (nee'' Operate the Cleanest Store

," :' ; state shall assume the right to guard 130; defects in nasal breathing 'in 91; I jou.s sections,of the country is evident secretary' and Dr. Ira Land- I Storey), wife of Charles II. Bellhouse, and Sells the Freshest Groceries

.:/ f-;.. :. V' the pre-natal existence of the child,,, skin diseases in 64; hookworm; in 57; from the following from the pen of right of Belmont College', Nashville.We II formerly of Kissimmee, Fla.v and Dub of Any House in Kissimmee.

I and at present is limited to its protection ;; malnutrition in 23; anemia.In 22} de- j r the New 'York correspondent of the also had a heroic woman missionary bin,'Ireland.

as an independent heing.'j ; | from the New Mexico field
fective hearing in 16, besides many- Cincinnati Enquirer, which appearedin among I The above announcement will be ooooo OOt.oooo..ooo,
j In the practical development of this other troubles each in fewer cases Ohio I
of
in paper recent date:
idea of infant hygiene ignoiante ont than those' already named -
e "I I hate nut a number of the active
the part of the parent has been a great I Hut the wink of the iiuisiin this .;..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:+: .;-;.<-=......:-:
L I bu-iii<.s. men of Hoi iii.i in :New Wtklln
obstacle to the advance of the science
I busy school l was bv 1\
/ yea no me n\ ., work and it ama/i me to titan
of ('ulenicR. especially among the ( confined to school inspection and I tii/ ..at- tit '
I to tour v they told of lloixlapi -
s poorer classes! ivhose limited means merits I'a rents ahlt.i .... .it then _
}' < irit-.s in every four of hUIIIl'I'K.tah.s. '
prohibit frequent ealN upon the doctor homes and advised a, to thf tn';etmt iii Ti.
"I1 I nn-. \ ) cotton corn,
organized effoits have been of their children in those, ,
ie-[pet. n .
-I"Jlnlt"t| of fish, timber i phosplutitiibuio .
a made in northern and southern !'
cities
w hick they had been found, ilclcctmit t ,
: cigar-the trade in all tbcsiis WE
> to solve the complex problem of bunging the school inspections' In a.is .
saul! to In very much enlarged. a'ol11'ul..d .1 i..
effective assistantt to those' children '!where surgical opiiatiinis/ 11" c-- s
with former whilenever
i that need it and whose ilt'urn- i' these were performed. at theex } yea 1'- .1, *
saij -
in the history of tin state lias
-onirmc )
stances prevent t IlI'l1fl'om I receivingmidual pence of the patents 01 if they .\<.,rt. : :j: Have
new settlers tome in a_ ohm'"rng Some Special Values in
I ultendulce,, a' tin- time they 'unable! to pay the cost, it oan.et t j
I the t I I last 'past twelve months.
i particularly' need it the funds the .' \
II nom at disposal of tl !
"The 1 agricultural distrusts of the
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t 1 To outline the )practical. woikmcrout : 1 city health authorities 01 the services .'
taUaie wonderfully! and
I improving DIAMONDS
of this idea the methods awl
4 t results : of the phvsicians were given freeThe "
I the price" of lands keep steadily ael'ILllc'l 3:
secured bj ,stfinati/ed etToitsamong '
i nurses made almost\ two thou .
n \ incrI ,
; 2 the children of Jacksonville and calls at tin home of the, children
4t within the two I I All the cities of the state are show i 1: Come in and let show
past years are KIVCMI in the school months ot in ,vacation' us them to
: i"K constantly larger in you.
crams populdh '
The first etToits bihalf
organized in I time, for' then work continues throughthe r
__ of children! -,'em to have been uinongthe tutus yeas icgurdless of the'school |' >n. with constantly expanding liusi 'y,' ._

__--1 o;' .colored l'itIZl'II.ho"c attention calendar The I treatment at i: newhite, the lailwuvs_ art making '.'
now 'c'ol'cI in receipts
a wa'al1.d nearly two year ago bIr those home sir i else while included ,, JEWELER
"Th.I 'C
gentlemen ale of the opin- A COLE
V $ r c. E. Terry city health officer, "llhly-olle throat
I I opeiations ; forty I AND
,ion that the coming{ years will romplteh OPTOMETRIST
: to the
mortality the ,
large
a / among negro throat treatments in which operations i i
}' transform the busmesh of FlorIda ii
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rare as computed with that of the were I i
unnecessary; thirty cases in
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+ s' ) | and make it a power in the trade
white race' The .iisult.uas the
organization which the involved i
1 eyes were < ; sixty
of the Panama culial
through its (fine
bv the leaders of the raceof four cases of hookworm two of tubeitulosjs -
harbors ancl short lines of transportation i
the Colored, Health Improvement besides five operation for
r Association. With funds raised causts. various from the Gulf to the North." I N.->-"'-<>'.< 0 0 0 0 00000 0 0 0 0 0 00 t'-r4+


t. I l- through this organization/ a colored But separate. from this system of For the next thirty days you canget :1 ___ __ __ __ ___
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; ,'1 nurse, a woman trained Red Cross '
in
; inspection and treatment is that afforded '
Gazette for
thealley
f, methods, was brought/ from Washing- by the dentists of Jacksonville, a year, provided you pay one for dollar.two 'I& 288&8 n:": \

:ti 't ton. To her charge was committed By agreement among the tooth doctors !' years in advance. |

_ S'e ;, 'f the general oversight the health of one of their number is detailedone There Is Little Lake Front Property

{ ? the negro children of the city, especially day each week to carry on the Inspection I

y n among the poorer and mote 'ignorant of the mouths of Jacksonville tt Left In Florida For Sale

e I jF s so far as they could be reached school children and this service is rendered I Thoroughbred

by careful canvassing and by the aid free of cost. In their examma

n y of interested friends of the cause Her tions during the school year past 4591 D urocs.. I. I HAVE several tracts directly on the shores of Loke.UI.

., .. ; duties were largely the care of very cases of defective teeth were discovered I . I Tohopekaliga that can he reached from Kissimmee

j young children immediately' afterbirth and reported for on each a'I' in
case I have four pair fine pigs, 7 weeks i fifteen minutes. They will be sold
,i 1 advising mothers as to the report is filed It la made in trIplicate old, weaned and ready to ship, which I If: to the first

1+ proper method of nursing(', clothing andhy&ienic on blanks provided and indicates the 1 I will sell for $10 a pair fob, Taft; I person who makes a reasonable offer. Sold on

treatment; also in an examination necessity for particular treatment, I I j j also 1 brood sow 1 year old and 2I'I p easy terms or will exchange for property in Kissimmee.
1 of of communicable
suspected .
f -.if cases which is described. One copy of this bears ;a months old,-will sell the sow' ." j

.5 .,{ diseases, particularly of tuberculosis report is sent to the child's parent : for $25 and the boars for $10 each I < : Write at once to

V' and to segregate such cases who is urged to have the required These
a hogs are thoroughbred Durocs, t:i:
t' to render them l least dangerous to the treatment given, If however I Ipar'nts KISSIMMEE.
the and are ''in best condition Write or Box 422
i family and to the community. are financially unable to 1 provide call on I J FLORIDAX
"
i r( I The practical results have been most this, an application may be made J"NPRESCOTT:'; .- =

I r s . beneficial and the leaders_ of the race for such work in the freo Clinic. and) :!4tpd Taft, Fla.i "''f ,


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Children Respect You TO BE -'' GOOD '


HELD IN OCALA ;

I, ; FENCE-
AND BEGIN WHILE THEY'RE' YOUNG, OR YOUR TASK IS HOPELESS .
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-ANCESTOR WORSHIP IS NOT HALF SO DANGEROUSAS -

ON$ NOVEMBER 13 14 AND 15 1'' _
CHILD
," WORSHIP. L AFTER ,year of expert: l i

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--- -- --- -- -- - - _' menting and
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;I A Chinese scholar, whq recently got it. The man said: "Son, let father FIRST MEETING OF STATE-WIDE and labor, fife makers J of* ""

: ey f. lectured, in this country says that a I have that seat and you can sit in his PRINTERS' ASSOCIATION IS I American Fence

1 .ft a.-i 1, great deal of the late progress inI lap." "Huh," responded son, "1 got AItRANOED TO TAKE finally

China has been due to the respect and it first, and ..I'm"going to keep It." PLACE IN THE BRICK I I produced composition in
I
I\ affection in which young wen hol4 And he did, while the man hung onto CITY. I IL steel that was perfectly'' !

their mothers, and that it is not surprising I a strap. '
adapted for fence making.
that Chinese children honor
r Children Raised in That
Way Are a
tl\ their parents, since they are. taught I The St. '
i, 't' Curse to the Community. Augustine Record says: There is no other maker
I"; to do so by means of the First Reader. A decision has been reached
r y I wonder if it would be possible to I Everybody round about looked bale- the dates for the holding of the as first to of fence that can use this ;
Wully at the child and if I
. ', borrow any of these Chinese First as they would State-wide Printers' Cost Congress in composition. It U patented '.
give five dollars to have him turned
Readers for use in American schools across their knees in a good slapping Florida. Authority for the holding of 3: V and the use of it increases <
and homes ?
1- such a
congress was given at the last
position for about five minutes, but I :i 4 Yr, fold the value of the
: ,
many ;
Here's a Chance for China to Teach meeting of the Florida Press Association ,, ,
thought there should be
I some !sort ofa
UH a Needed Lei on.t commission, appointed to commit. I held in Tampa in June, and Harry American Fence to the ,'

1 We have spent a lot of effort and I L. Brown, of the Record Company, 1
such It has enabled fenc-
I parents to an asylum for the user. ;
money in sending missionaries over to St. Augustine; Robert J. Holly of theIferaldSanford
feebleminded.For .
' the so-called heathen Chinee. Here's and J. M. Burrow of H I ing to be made as near per ;

- a chance for China to repay the debt that man, and parents of his ilk, the Burrow Press, Pensacola, were ijAGOOD P&NCBAMERICAN feet ion as can be obtained. '.
are not only raising up their childrento i \
and send over some First Readers to appointed members of a special committee -
be a heartbreak to themselves buta
hoodlum America. to make all the arrangements.

While the good ladies in China, how- curse to the community. It is these Ocala was' selected as the meeting If FENCE

ever, are holding oyster suppers and children who aTe brought up withoutany place, and for some time past negotiations -

- I church fairs and sewing bees to raise respect for their parents, or regard have been in progress with Col.\ : Is made i
for others, and who are greedily Frank f by pecial machinery which is used only by the makers of it. To develop
money for their missionary enterprise Harris of the Ocala Banner, P.
I intent on getting the best for themselves V. : the invention of this machinery took of experimenting and hundreds of #
, for our benefit, it may not be amiss I Leavengood of the Ocala Star, and years
) for American parents to take note of who make countless thousands Secretary J. I). Rooney of the Ocala thousands of dollars.
(o their I.
the fact that the volume that is found mourn by humanity.Of Board( of Trade, for the purpose of definitely :

so efficacious in instilling respect for course it seems to the adoring I deciding on the dates. November -I i As a result of these years of experience and vast 'expenditures, American Fence i

- parents in the youthful breast is the parents that it's cute for a tiny tot r.i, 14 and 15 are the three days 1: is recognized as being the best fence. made. Every wire in American Fence is live

FIRST READER. It is not the Differential to defy them. They make a hundred I during which the Florida printers will r

Calculus, or Kant on Pure excuses when Johnnie is impertinentto be in session. I I steel, always ready for emergency, and absolutely reliable.

Reason, or any of the high-browed them, and Mary talks back when I A considerable variety of Cost Con-

I literature that a man peruses in his they dare to reprove her.! They even gress literature has been prepared, and

nature years.Which think it funny when their child openly will be mailed to the owner of every

is to say that if you want criticises their ways, because they are print bhop in the state of Florida. A '

your child to treat you with reverence so sure that when it grows up it will complete list of all printing concerns IF I OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.K'r m :EIi ,
j appreciate all have done for has.
and respect, you must instil those sentiments they it kindly been furnished by the Dod-

in him 'while he is young and and the sacrifices they have made. son Printers' Supply Company of Atlanta

not wait for him to acquire them whenhe It is a fallacious hope. Unless you and the mailing of advance lit- F

comes to the years<< of discretion. I have established an authority over a erature will begin next week. '
1 t 00}6G<.-: 00-0a0 h'K 4s1 rfr'r : }r' a i } ooooo oooooo.oooo.oooO.OtooootO
Conduct in nine-tenths habit. Unconsciously child before it is three years old, unless The Orals Board of Trade, through

the have bred Secretary Rooney is going to to it --- '
we fo on treating people you respect and reverence see 1

way we have always treated them, and in it from its very cradle, you that the visitors to the Brick City suffrage has accomplished there?

the. son and daughter who have run will never get anything from that are given a good time. Of course, the Government has always rested on ,,'"

roughshod over their parents in their j i child but contempt. And its really essential business of the congress relating -::1 If Women Had the VoteIs II force, and I think! for a great many !

childhood continue to run roughshodover i all you deserve, because you had your to the cost system will be disposed years will continue so, as universal .

them in their manhood and wom- j I chance and threw it away. The Chinese of before the printer boys will peace is still great way off. Man

.anbeod. I arc an older and in many re- be allowed to frolic. can back up his vote by action. Woman 3':.

We Americans are very scornful because I I spects a wiser people than we are. The session will open Thursday there anything that would really that help to make the home happier? cannot do so.

the Chinese worship their ancestors I That's why the child's lesson in its night, November 13, with a generalmass make women better or happier that Or I may be told that women want to A great many prominent women I

duty to its parents begins in the First meeting, when an address of men are not now ready to grant or legislate against vice and all that. If 1
but ancestor worship is a much; cannot see how extending the franchise .
II welcome will be The occasionis that cannot attain without think to reform
Reader. given. women going they men by legal enactment -
less dangerous religion than the child I would improve conditions.
: worship that prevails us. Itdoes There is no other feature in American to be takn advantage of as a sort to the polls ? they little understand human
t4 among "
.4 a great-grandfather's spirit no life that is so pathetic and so altogether of !booster get-together. All day Fri- I After all the great question for women 1 nature. Penal laws against drinking, I I am noF opposed to woman suffrage, f

as the relationshipthat day will be devoted to the routine of : is the home. How many have gambling, the social evil, etc., would but I think their own duties properly
harm to be prayed to, but it everlastingly wrong
ruins the child for its parents to exists between parents and ch'ldren J- the Cost Congress and on Saturdaythe : nice, comfortable happy homes? Not only result in aggravating those evils : performed represent their full share "'

kowtow and knock their foreheads before and the fact that in the average good people of (Ocala purpose to one in a hundred, perhaps. When I and adding to the horrible system of of human responsibility, dignity and .

it.How. I family the father and mother are so show the visitors what Marion county I go visiting I am often shocked at whatI "graft" which is the shame of our power.

r other ifodlings act we do not afraid of their children that they dare )has done in the wayof building good see-dust) untidiness, bad ventila- country. The only way to reform men The'only way for an intelligent wo- I ,

: not call their souls their roads and will also provide for the tion and other evidences of poor housekeeping i and consequently the world is to begin I man to show her interest in the affairs \
know, hut it fills the American brand own ins.i
make angels I inspection of the leading industries of I had rather not mention. Andit with the child; and this woman has of the nation is to influence votes. In ,
with an unsufferahle self-complacency ween. '
and self-esteem, and makes it a grinding II Often parents have given the children that section. pains me to see the way the children it now in her power to do. that way she can get a hundred instead ,-

re tyrant who tramples its slaves into at incredible sacrifices to themselves Taking part on the program by are oftentimes brought up, poor, dear I Many writers refer to such suffrage of the single one. I say intelligent

ea had special invitation will be some of the innocents! I think the aborigines states as Colorado. because no other woman, nor man, .
the dust. The modern car of Juggernaut advantages that they never
leading printers of Georgia and South brought up their children better than I Can you tell me of anything woman I should vote.-Welcome Guest. J
is the perambulator, and millions I in their own youth, but instead of thesoiismnd ::
Carolina, and in addition'to these, it some New York twentieth : ,
of American parents cast them- daughters being filled with -----
::4 I is the United Typothetaeof women. I refer of course to
selves I before It and let it crush out i gratitude and appreciation 'they are I expected that centurY'j
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'ter of discipline which Is all
Amrica the .big printers' organization !
all of the comfort and happiness of ,| ashamed of their father and mother, i
tant in the training of the
will send peciaJ'rt'presenta
a
their lives.Practically. and correct them so often about their I
the Again, as to charity, or the looking listen !
and their and'theirway
\ in every family you know grammar manners
after the the unfortunate
It i- ("I"ctl'dthllt every newspaper poor-or
the children are the Ones Who :Must of dress, that the poor old people
lie, (Obeyed.) ( Their will is law. Their! .fo trembling, before themIt I in the state will (five considerablepiommi'iHo which is women's function especially,
to the< coming congiess, how many worn n concern! themselves 1dkL front 1
opinions decide. matters. They have is for th'-se young upstaits' without good
:a t- the wuli-M 1 t publicity is 'necessary in about that! Again as to the "servant
the best ..lot 11<'+. They go to placesof i lexeience for agor' respect for >
onlei, In ,aiiiu-f thr pioper degree ofIIlt"'t. gal"question| how many foi get prideor (' "IV
while the their" that we need a bundledshipload
amusement parents stay parents
class feeling,/ and) ovei, come impatience i
at home. The l father und mother are up Chinese First Readers.There to liy, to oJIhat old thorny isagoodkcking.
look after ) be !better education for
merely upper "servants to can no
1'(1)'I u BII: liE: problem" ?! Well if they do not do.
the children's wants. boys and (Tills than to be taught to ,
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which
And the children" repay this attitudeof honor; and "respect then patents, and 0\1.: i(1\ ' (or n.\\: then( from plain"(duly,lie\ now how is the pnvilege/ ""tt% a i sr

their pai flits just us you would expect. the only time in life in which thiIc,- of \oting to hebi(. them?!

They are insolent and ovei bearing sonan be thoroughly\ :: leained( i is in, \\illi.in.:, .lohn-or' wilting sunnMI.V. nh( ) )but, I may l be" told that women

and selfish t and disobedient, because patty youth. the JuiU' AniriirunMatfa.iru 1
,01111.1 inUiiiin i want to be free, flee to come and go ,

-; they hues been taught to l I.e. And this something:: fn, parentalso : -, ?uc'Inod and do as they like, us menlo.. Would

They) have been !brought up, tacitly at to remember-- you want )'011' ( ; diy- and load days exist only

look down their children to when II'' : TI.e weather t has nothing I
head.
least, to upon parents reverence you you in you i __.._
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and despisethem.I They have never1a.e old. you must make. t them" tesprct I | Oil t" .I"! "I'll l:,,( n day' I' \\ hat

jf made to eon srder, t their parents" \ when they aleounif( Dmothy Iiin ", vmi inaki- foi .' out -elf. Had weatheri v.:. 'fllE I' 1\: I( E.\ ,:;. 1\\ -I

and it ,acv r occuis to tli in to lo "0. Atlanta ii-orgiuii; ', ,,imm ai ,i.iifmti.iiH'e,, ,, opinion.' } / ti tiF
The othei dava prosperous' looking "Suppo-r; it I- laming: pnrhfonksaid ':-:-: :..:_:_:_: : :_:_:-:-:_:-;'.:": : :_:_:..'_:.':' ( I

man entcieil\ a stiff cur with a muchdressed For the nt'thirl' days jou rung.t you/ get won' If talk would banish)' troublv, we'd

up \little boy about six yearsold. the Valley (;iaiflte. for one dollar (ioul.lecl/ I m that a: f foi' gotten unde, I has all In-. gay l I.> jinu1 And grief would

There wa.. only one vacant seat a year, provided you pay for two leftou, a million" ,dollars. What du 7rt.
) ) vanesreiit thing
bubble, ;
lie a ' un
and the child "made a dart for it and years in advance. you ale shout tl-.e weather then:?!
,J ; love theic'd.be no tear01' walling/ or sorrow
is dying
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I'm'xpeetedly a turn for the bettei unavailing; 'hiI'fe' would be
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sing If tallwoul.1 puzzles .

: SAVE THEDIFFERENCE U; : ilay'Tophet It n is a g-ood' lla.v' a happy beneath the staiiy flag, theie'd )be, no} All\ \ wool clothes Is what we can say. r

.1.- :It' what you' think, and feel aboutit 1.-" for muzzles, no man would wear a .

-cJ- T 3t" that makes each day what it I is. 1 gag: theie'd lie no need of toiling We have just received twenty suits
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I ; o ; I You, within yourself can make Put down each tu k -ep the pot a-boiling), ; we'd say from our makers In Baltimore.Call .

Ia t ; day, every day a good day. farewell moiling and loaf and chew
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t.{ By taking advantage of :Ij::::: ill the note. book thoughts of your: soul the poetKunebeigei's I the rag. If talk would )bring, / us guerdon and see the beautiful new Browns,

/6I our present } 1.;. or \lighten up the load, if talk''II
io'"' :::: '
\ 'Kac-h: day i is life. and that offering
Greys Serges we are
mend the
... would ease the burden! or
: the ,,
in morning
::: When you gut:: up I
L I --: FurnitureOfferings +,.T:; ''Ihl'lo\\ back )out shoulders, take a f rocky merchant road, the and toiler the and miller the, wouldease tiller, Also some very handsome black rain- :i

. _r y'd'L I breath., Meet the new day like the {
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deep( be'
ff'i for sall.r--tlwre'd i
H: :: a manay:; toourself: (" to hump But talk though it proof overcoats.We .
life! no spur or goad.
day-another
i $i "Another be the only wets coming from Cicero or Burke, charge $2. 0 for dollar
::: "For. all we know it may I a twenty
I Iwon't
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; Prices that mean a quick moving aome := make it the won't keep the wheels a-hummmg
.. has Let's
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we'll ext-r
the specials: -t'] ,'. day best day we can. Let's strive to see take the place of work ; the i iJ suit and give you oply one hundred t
J working man's a/ daisy; the talker'ssphereis

White Sewing Machines | I that it i is a day worth today."Right while. Let'sdo : hazy; he soon grows fat and cents for your dollar. What's the use .
I all the !good we can- a' Turk. Talk !,
shiftless
and us
:f.1: :: now is the only tune you lazy diminution of sorrow in they;| of lying about It? '
Iver Johnson Bicycles ::| can control.! Yesterday a record. ; brings no elocution will fill
in :
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Oliver Typewriters =r| : .Tomorrow" a your bin with coal; no large, high i
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}' THE ICSSIMMEE'VAtL.EY GAZETTE; FR-IDAY..SEPTEMB5R: 1Z'191V ;
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< i ; The 'Kissimmee Valley Gazette. a* a a, . a44a400444444a < *l Th::11 er II to be, Issued what 7 would And be you the dear state businessman of all OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL, '' TIi

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TALKING KISSIMMEE AND < wsPP busines sa year from now If the newspapers .....

r f PUBLISHED" EVERY I FRIDAY OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE; BUILDING. I OSCEOLA COUNTY I. should cease to print advertise- BEGINS f FALL TERM

KISSIMMEE. 08CEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. j jI should I .
: of continentwe ments And if publicity -
------._._- -=-- aavaaasaaaaaaaaaaaa Looking at the map a "
I 1. W.' B.:HARRIS -.r.- : -- e'er : = . - <. Owner see headlands jutting out from the :ease to be given the deeds.or public. -

r :... 5.. J>. TR1PLETT ..- R .. '.. . Editor and Manager j Those, Times Will Never Return. shore. 'Some of them are there sandpits men for a few years, what would be (Continued from page 1)), 'ii I .a-

; ..L... . ... .' ....__ '--r- 1 The Kissimmee Valley Gazette ,. washed .by the waves! during the state of the country then t
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One e"py. one year ...____un----U.'g; all this the U never the third floor-one on
I whose For newspaper auditorium on
I t ODe copy, al l month _un.n One copy, three ._.::::.:.. thinks that if a few snore"rpake the storms, others .are'rocks sum \
.I., -- : ,- race for Congress some of the newspapers i mits are always above the seas, and appraised at its intrinsic value, and the north and the other on the south ,

a1''CDecL.L All oommunlcatlona lli, .wrlter. n'Pt from our authorised correspondents, must b. will be able to buy a new font I others,' again, are very; high and surirQUatedJbybeacons. while it is a. necessity' to every sub side. The dressing and toilet rooms ''I I

Rejected matter will "not b. retur ii l,vnleiir-c. -Hd-fer. r .:oftype,-Just-think-though....we. ) But whether scriber, the debt for subscription is are provided with all the latest aanitary'convenieneesrandplumbingex.- I
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- -- -second-clan mall matter would be able to purchase if we had lowly or lofty; they mark the trend of se 3om J palJ1>tOl'e-aIl-otherdebts-a : *.__ --._-" -:
Florida' a e
IIlaelmmee
i Entered at the Po tofflc" In :. ", the good old "*wo 'before you enter". the shore line and breast the wave. liquidated-and perhaps not even then. perts say this\ feature is.not surpassedin \ I

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913. primaries.-Eau Gallic ecord. and turn their force from the more This neglect of duty to the paper isa any public building in the state. '\
{ . \
+ =..,- .r.. = '= receding strands. relic from bygone days when it was The building as a whole is one of A ,

i DOT This Editor Bows Ills Thanks. To those promontories may be I considered simply ,matter of charityto the handsomest in Florida, having coat

WHAT WILL THE CITY COUNCIL ,I Henry Clay Stanford of Kissimmee I likened the newspapers of the coun "support ..the paper." That time about $25,000, and stands as a monument

j I has announced that he will not be a try. Whether they: stand out like a has passed The newspaper has redeemed to the citizens of this county, and

The City Council will within the next two or three days fix the millage:)legis-lature I j commanding Cape Horn or a low- Its promises and has proven it exemplifies the love and protectionand

Jor the year 1913. I crested Cape Hatteras are the na- itself to "fill a long felt want." These care it it throwing around the

"I, What the amount will be. for what public improvement. they will provide 'I I Triplett, editor of the Kissimmee Gazette I tion's", bulwarks against despotism, injustice days men are actually invited to new future guardians/ of the destinies of ..

are questions upon which there is much difference of f opinion. is his most likely successor In and ignorance. The newspaper towns to start papers, for it is well Kissimmee City and Osceola county. A

and Kissimmee has its full which case one good man would simplybe j is a paradox, for while any other known that a newspaper is the first", requisite The following are the teachers thin I
There two classes of people in every city
} are making way for another of the kind of moral power cannol exist with- for the upbuilding of a town. year:

share of each class. ame breed.-Palatka News. out wealth to support it, the power The newspaper man has come into his Principal R. M. Evans ..

One class believes in building up and making prosperous the city by .- I of the press was born and exists with- own at last and can demand cash in High School Department. -

instituting public improvements such as paved streets, water works and The Gazettes Number is 600. out material wealth. Another para- advance.-Starke Telegraph. "Miss Almena Leitner, Mr. J. C. Farmer -
r The Board )
of County Commissioners -
I dox: In other railings the product is
well lighted streets and handsome parks. Mills Clara edbetter
sewerage of Osceola county realize that I \N EASY TASK
the subject of its maker whereas the
1 I .
Grammar School Department.Miss
The other class believe in low taxes no improvements, no conveniences, newspapers are the real boosters for
editor is absorbed by his own) product, Albma Smith 8th grade Miss [
and would much prefer to pen their cows in the front yaid than have it filled i| the county and show their appreciation I' and only his "paper," not hc. person I It takes money to run a newspaper Emma Futch,7th grade A; Miss;EdithR.

and (lowers :1 by subscribing for 400 copies of What an exaggeration What a
smelling
with beautiful sweet ally is considered by those who are Keith 7th grade B
't The Valley Gazette has always been a member of the first-mentioned class. I each of three newspapers, 1,200 copiesin I influenced by hij work And while the whopper It doesn't take money to Intermediate Department
all, to be sent for three months to run a newspaper. It can run without
Therefore it recommend to the Council that it fix the millage to be paid I ,newspaper in unsupported by the law is It is Miss Cleo Wooldridge, 6th grade A; c
i addresses", furnished by the Kissimmee and has. but little of tradition money. It not a venture. a

for the year 1913 at a figure sufficiently' high to make such improvements as I Board of Trade. Those people have )I' makes laws and preserves the, yet traditions it- I charitable institution,a begging concern :Miss Marjorie Anderson Gth grade Bi; (,

i would place Kissimmee in the rank of cities of the first class. I found out that a community that does of the world. a highwavj robber. The newspaper Miss Harriet Wilcox, 5th grade A; 'onbu

The oie and conclusive! argument in favor of our recommendation is knot advertise is a dead one, and;; are I To successfully conduct a newspaper I is a child of the air, u Creatureof :Miss i Louise j Thomason, 4th grade A;
:Mrs Mae Clayton, 4th grade B.
not satisfied to be in that cla811.-l-'lor- a dream. I It can go on when any
that in every.city in Florida or any other state that has or is making requires! a man who is born for
progress J
t ida Star. !concern would be in the hanj of the Primary Department I (
the taxes are higher when the valuation of property is taken into consideration I the calling. If he cannot see above receiver and wound up with, cobwebs :Miss"' Mary C. Bryan, 3rd grade,
the heads of others, is not a MetterI -
' than it is here. \ny County Would Do Well to Follow I I in the windows. Miss' Clara Stute, 2nd grade A ; Miss ,I
nich in diplomacy, cannot work without .
I It w true'that in many places the size of Kissimmee the millage is lower i OsceoU's Lead I I I the sympathy of others, has not i I ll\ takes wind to run a newspaper; Medora Russell, 2nd !grade B; Miss "
The County Commissioners, of Os- Emma Yowell 1st B (
grade in charge
it takes gall to It
Lut is valued much I unlimited and run a newspaper J
in every instance' properly at a higher rate. ;I charity forbearance encyclopedic -
ceola county recently paid for hOO takes scintillating acrobatic imaginations established", at old Methodist church) ;
Take Bradentown f for example. That place is not large Kis- I knowledge and businesstact -!P'Sw
near so as
; subscriptions to the Kissimmee Val Miss Celilia Overstreet, 1st grade A
half a dozen white shirts and a ;
he will
but these
not
survive l
;
simmee yet assessed. value of property is 2557769. Icy Gazette the paper to be sent to qualities given, the editor can and railroad pass to run a newspaper. Miss Justma Safford, Ass't Primary I"Y

The assessed value of property in Orlando for 1913 is 5045058. witha II people in the North who are interestedin does do more good for the locality he I But money! (Heavens to Betsy and teacher and !substitute< teacher '

levy of only 13 mills ; but we also learn that that city has issued bonds this Florida. The Gazette is an excellent influences than all other agencies combined I six hands around. Who ever needed Music Department. Sun

year to the amount of $240.000 and still it does not own the water works. paper, and there is no better wayto He educates for "the paper"is 1 money to conduct a newspaper Kim! Miss Nannie Reese ill (
I advertise the county than to sendit words medium of that Ell Department.
Fulton county. Georgia, of which Atlanta is the capital this increas-I in many instances the only read- are exchange (I'I
year to prospective settlers If the ever indulged in by the subscribers ''do the business for the editor-kind Mrs D, M. Cook.
ed the millage from 65 to 85. And who says Atlanta is not the greatest city ', county commissioners of Pasco would ing words and church social tickets When fordla'
I ", ; he doesl,,more for good morals
in the southeastern I send out copies of The Banner in a '
section. I See editor
with
than courts and preachers, for the fear you an money, watch IT'S WORTH MONEY:

We have been informed but do not know as a fact that "the millage similar manner much good would be of "jrettmjc into the paper' is the him. Hell he paving:' hiss bills and \1

of Miami five million dollar valuation ac'ompIiRht'd.-Dade City Banner greatest deterrent to crime by discussing disgracing his profession Never give )" 1
1 is 40J/2 on over a Miami is the most I i ; Every: line in a newspaper costs its
the qualities and doings of 'money to an editor; make him tradeit wllfro, )
progressive city in Florida and property is five times more valuable than in Many More Just as Pretty publisher something If it is to ben
| public men, and the needs of the out. He likes a swap
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any other city in the state of like population. Among the interesting pictures recently people Then when die after have fit some individual he may fairly expect I
he you you
promotes good
in th/e Kissimmee Valley ( government( to the Gran-
given pay something, says ,
Cheap taxes fnean a cheap town. I By) 'making suggestions to businessmen stood around for years and sneeredat
Gazette, that of last Friday is one of ville ((0.( ) Times You do not go intoa buss I
Reasonably high taxes and farmers and his the editor and his little Jim Crow
mean a by sending
prospeous city. the most attractive. It shows the grocery and ask the proprietor to

Which will ,the Council have ? I I home of Mr. Thornton on Verona :i paper to remote places introducing paper !be sure that von have your wife hand l you ten pounds of sugar for tt
his town to outsiders, he promotes send in for three extra copies by one
street and it beautiful of 1
a is truly a I nothing, even though. the gift mightnot
home. The grounds are prettily laid business and growth. We praise the of jour weeping children, and when be a large one. OII' .

If there was a little less selfish interest We repeat that we hope Thaw will I out and the lawn, trees and shrubbery telephone, the telegraph and the rapid she reads the generous and touching If the beneficiary of advertising doe,

I, shown by business men, Florida 'find !some way to get out of the kept in the best condition.TimesUnion. -l mail service for the quick communications notice aboutou! foiewarn her to ne not pay for-it the proprietor has to (

I towns would grow in population and i clutches of those New York lawyers they afford and the help theyare tried: to se-nii I the editor rimecents. It settle the bill. Nevertheless, some \0' I Iv

prosperity twice as fast as they are I They have fleeced him going and to the world's business, but have would overwhelm him. Money is a people cannot seem to learn that a I O.

I doing. coming for Pays and Pays Big. you ever thought of the benefits corrupting thing The I editor knowsit
its by rent- StPro
I years..r Osceola countj's plan of advertising newspaper advertising affords-how it and what he wants is your heartfelt newspaper pays expenses
be-I ing space and that it ill just as much ,
: The Citrus County Chronicle has I The only objection we have to register !- its advantages by sending its facilitates quick buying and selling thanks ; then he can thank his entitled to collect rent for every week Pho,

gun its seventh year of successful existence against the Pensacola Journal is newspapers to prospective investorshas and the finding( of lost things and printers and they an thank the grocers that
space is occupied as you are for
and has grown better and bet- that it usually contains only six pages, proved to be profitable-and not persons ? dive jour job work to a travel the house you Vent' to the tenant. R

a :, ter with each year of its life, until and it is filled with good stuff from only that, it has proved to be the So far we have mentioned only the ing man and then ask for half rates We treat religious and philanthropic taklbror.

now it is regarded as one of the best the headline to the tail end rule that most profitable form of publicity that more meaty benefits conferred by for church notices Get your lodge enterprises in of ,
liberally
jet spite
f r. r county papers published in Florida. 'je} finish reading it too soon. has ever been tried in that county. newspapers As most people, especially letter heads and stationery this many r of these enterprises expect stun,

;: < .00 Commercial bodies in other places the women peruse the news printed out of town and then flood the

; i r It is hoped liarry Brown will open might follow the Osceola plan with columns first of all, it proves that the editorlwith! beautiful thoughts in cardsof the newspaper. to give them space rent 111fron
i free. We believe
t WANT INFORMATION we are just as
up the craniums. of a few Florida editors equal prflt.-Orlando\ Sentinel. news items are interesting and often thanks and resolutions of respect. gen

t during; the Cost Congress at Ocala ABOUT FLORIDA valuable You read about yourselfand They make such spicy reading and .erous as the average merchant on the day'rela'
street. We therefore
cannot under.
i t r and inject a little gray matter onto "PLEASE STOP MY-" your acquaintances and become you are so proud of'your local paper stand '

their brains that will teach them how introduced to strangers. Indefinite when you 'pick it up filled with these why we are repeatedly besoughtto

: to estimate the of AM:. ) THEY SEND FOR A COPY OF give away our goods! .-Tampa Tribune 101
on cost ,
so
I Ii' It even A newspaper is the great national rumors are told in a definite way The i,lowing mortuary articles. .

; small a job as the printing of fifty I I TINE: VALLEY GAZETTE TO book. It penetrates into the heartsof paper praises good deeds, encourabes But monej scorn the filthy thing! amher

f. calling cards. :. GET THAT INFORMATION. nearly every family and silently the struggling, condoles with the sor- Don't let the pure, innocent editor
Lak.
- 1IIK: HIKE; : WRITE. .
: V
-- I doss its': work. It can drop the same rowing. "Please say nothing aboutit know anything about it. Keep that

< a We have been living under a delusion idea in the minds of thousands of in the paper;" "What does the paper for sordid tradespeople who chargefor S!, ,
for the past ten We Silverton, W. Va., Aug. 28, 1913. their The Miami Herald recently took a
: The
years. people at the same time. There are say about it ? "When the paper wares. Lord loves a the I Ia
thought that old actresses worked I Please send me sample copy of your cheerful well-directed jab at the "Free/ Writeup
gag many people who read nothing else comes we find out; "I will put it in Iiver. He takes care of the ill

t about losing jewelry had been buried paper. almost no one reads that does not the paper," are heard all the time and editor, who has a charter from the a practice' which although it daylion

) too deep to resurrect, but day | 1 desire to know something about state to act door should never have been started, has
every read t the newspaper and hence!; as an shows the importance of "the paper. I I as a mat for the
we read of this or that lady your locality. And oblige yours, He come' to be I looked upon by TI
society advertising medium it is by far the The newspaper office is the town's community will get out the paper many merchants

1 at Newport or some other old place Jno. L. McMurray. cheapest and best; and every businessman information bureau. No matter how I somehow; and stand for the town and others as something to

r has been robbed of diamonds and who wishes to prosper and becomea poorly equipped it possesses a map or and whoop it up for you when you which they are entitled, but such is JUIII
:Mason la .'
corals and pearls to the value of City Aug!, 28, 1913. run for office. Don't riot the case Any man or firm who the
dents; : Please mail of power in the land will have to keep two, a dictionary, a "World Almanac, I worry about the
me a
thousands. Rot, all rot. copy the word "advertise" constantly be- a railway time table, a mailing address editor-he'll get on. The Lord knows advertises buys a certain amount of

ii' f ---+-.-- the Vallej Gazette, and oblige, fore him; take advantage of it on list, a pile of "exchanges" ," etc., I, how-but somehow.-Hastings-on.the pass, which is the newspaper's! stockin m'a : '
J. E. Si
The Manatee River Journal has Musselman. trade. and .
every hand; don't let an opportunity' as a reference library. The first placean Hudson News IM therefore entitled to .
4 M, reached its quarter-century birthday, settler to the that, but when he expects a free write- /:
I to make name and business intending goes in IH
0. 29 1913. pass your
Rlsmgsun Aug. ,
>F and deserves to live a hundred HIS LAST DAYA 1 that
is than
years up more the
town is the office. Whena original
known advertisement
Please send favorably Every newspaper It.Fs
sample Gazette to A.
longer, provided our friend Joe Hum sergeant, of a company of British bargain True when a business -
man
of or a
of promoter enterprise comesto
inserted attracts the the any
N.
Bjers, Godebo, Oklahoma who is eye :
phries is infantry quartered in a \Daioit infested
permitted to editor branches
remain as
out
the town whom does he call first entering new fields
outside world and nothing else tends on get
a resident of Florida ,
prospective
The of secured part of Burmah was a firm !believerin '
success the Manatee or the
bv while more toward the growth of a city. of all ?-the editor. The first man an increasing business, then of a y,
me visit to the
on my destiny One, .
is when
river section in dressing
a large measure due evening course he ill naturally
for office consults is the .d- entitled to a
North "Times are hard money is scarce, aspirant ( )ear
y to the efforts of the Journal, and we preparatory to taking a stroll in well written mention
No is in
tor. public improvement ever a news article -
business dull retrenchment is duty
glad to the L Larry Pope is the jungle he was noticed !by EI:,
are see business men ofS a eor- but a change of
**. -please stop mywhiskey ? "Ohno ;- undertaken before it has,./irst been discussed advertisementor
1 Bradentown give it such liberal patronage poral, a persistent opponent! of the a new advertisement rentand .
S Blakely, Ga., Sept 1, 1913. ; times are not hard enough for in "the paper. If it is worthythe is not entitledto

n r J "o: ---'0-- -. The kissimmee Valley (Gazette, that. But there is something else editor can find a hundred reasons destinY his pocket"Hello1"theory. to slip a revolver ruts 'U( h ,consideration,, and the newspaper \.

Dear Sirs: Pleas send me one of that costs large amount why it should be made for every dozen should not be forced, as the plac

i t, The St. Petersburg, Ornamental your papers I want to find out all which me 1 wish a to save. Please every reasons advanced by others. If not shouted the corporal, "what Herald/ l suggests, to use a shoehorn to
Brick Co. have burned. their! year are you taking the revolver with
t first batch about Florida as 1 am thinking of i stop myRibbons, jewelry, orna- worthy, "the paper" will not supportit you get hvinews In the paper as a result eleci
for?
V f of ornamental brick That won't if
4 ; .I and as. soon a" moving theie Yours truly, ments and trinkets "No, no, not and tells why. The evangelist and time has arrived." saveyou your of these free write-ups The Heraldis char

e i ,. this company can secure the necessarj J. M. Bagwell those but I must retrench somewhere the government demonstrator,>io more also right when it says it is just as Ruh1
molds, they will try their hand at "No, replied the sergeant, "but, you reasonable for the
+Y Please than the circus man, can hope to do newspaper man to
myTobacco, cigarettes,
.' manufacturing brick. Elba Ala., Aug :31 1913 stop see, 1 may happen to come
paving This snuff "Not these at all but I believe anything in the town without the aid across a buy a suit of clothes and ask for a P.
,
':\ is of Kissimmee Gazette Dacoit whose last day has ." .
announcement more than passing effect of "the paper." And !the intending come free !pair> of shoes fron'um
I can see a way to quite a
interest to residents of Florida as it (Gentlemen: Please send me a sam- in ,
J ; in another direction. Please settler, living a distant state, gets 1
, .f opens the opportunity to secure paving ple copy of your paper and oblige, very saving acquainted with the town and learnsto attklSi ,
Tea coffee and unhealthy
} truly, W. 11. stop my ,
.j ') brick within the confines of our Costan and decides
like it to move to it
M'' luxuries "No, no, not these Ah! I AIfil
; own state. he has read about it in "the
because
+ Spring: Valley, Minn, Sept. 513. have it now. Please stop my paper
; tv -+ --- "Mr Editor, please send a Is Sent to You
t i ',' Kissimmee Valley Gazette: and discontinue my advertisement. paper. ComplimentaryTo
Miami is to with creosoted )
pave ]Dear) couple of copies of your paper to this
Sir: Will you kindly mail That will carry me through the panic
T f
wood block. Pensacola has tried i
I the ,
address. He thinks of to this
me a of if I retrenchment and moving
copy your paper published easily. believe in
'. I" I experiment successfully Orlando weekly, as I would like to subscribefor economy, especially in brain.-Ex- state and perhaps we may induce him those who receive thi. paper, and who are not J.
< t Sentinel. Correct. Pensacola also is to to our town," is a frequent regular subscribers
It. Send that I come will moatoak
t" copy may get your change. we say that it is sent to them
the beat paved city of its size in the subscription and request and in one sense shows the ,
:h price, oblige, through the
South and Pensacola's wood block I O C. McCLARY. Oh, Lord, deliver us from the knocker. value of "the paper." Though very Courtesy of our county commissioners, and tram'

1 r pavement is the best pavement that He toils not, neither doth he spin; few ever offer pay for this service, the they pre perfectly safe in reading it and then pawing it

has been devised. There is no material ,I. Waycross, Ga, Sept. 5, 1913. from morning till night he deploreththe papers are invariably sent. to their neighbor without fear M

S; which so completely answers all Ed. Kissimmee Valley Gazette. sterility of the country; he en- These multifarious little'services, of receiving a bill for subscription Sun

r a requirementa for paving as does wood Dear Sir: Will you please send me deavoreth to discourage those who whereby the public and the individuals .. It i. .ent to person in the north and west tend

fl ; t'1 block.-Pensacola Journal. The streetsof sample copy of your paper as I wish seek to find the best God hath givenus. become the "paper's" debtors, give that they might become acquainted with the ,i Ro, '"

Kissimmee are paved with vitrifled to subscribe for paper from that section He is of little worth to himself, "the pap&r" Its power, and this poweris tunitie. and many oppor- L Mi

brick, but it is probable .creosote! of state Have been informed his family or the community. Again, never used for anything but goodjow advantages O.ceola: county offer the home 4 ed ti;

t blocks will be used on our county that you publish one of the best oh Lord, we beseech Thee to deliver } long do you dear reader, think seeker, the investor and the tourist. s ., limn

h roads, as it is said they are cheaper Wry Respectfully, us from the knocker./ -Zolfo Sprirrgs civilization, peace, progress would r y last

than brick and last equally as long. MRS. S. G. CLAYTON. Truth. hold out "if newspapers should cease r., and
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I r' :l.IDAY.\SEPTEMBER,\ 12, H13 4, 'I' LL iV,I I'I'I' {'I" \
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"", THE KISSIMMEE: : : .:.. .. CA"ZLl IL_ J 1"
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEy'G.umE 'House allpperi 19c. 1 \
F.; H. Lawyon'st Men's ,
women- and children's chose , r
Telephone No: 11. 38-11 P..H.. Lawson. S8.1t ,
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Published. Every' Friday By*, Empty' flour sack/can be bought Empty flour sacks can be. bought

,' cheap, at the Home Bakery.. S8-1t cheap at the Home" '
W, tt. AK1Uti. Bakery. 38-lt V

C. E.. DenJjr and ,wife of Runnymedespent Butterick patterns at the. Woman' .; V. .

i 0 046a44'000OOOOOQ00084 Tuesday In the city.; Shop, 118 Broadway, :,8.Jt


\ Weather Report | ,Born, to Mt: and Mr. Fred M..Bass; W. H. Brokaw with Grlfflng Brothers d.. '- .___.'" -,_.-_.... _. -. .,

: on Frday.September! a daughter. the tree people. 40-tf "The Place of Quality.'i': ; *1f;\: 6 a' '' ''',. B i ." ,# '" ;

See'the.,:beautiful new fall' goods at ",. '? .
Following are the daily tem- Dr. 11. S. Geiger made a professional Ir/, : I

the Woman's Shop, 118 Broadway. 381 visit to Orlando In the '+ 'J :'ii\'i': .
: _.peratureeandprecipitation a*_ Wednesday, returning many.. oittts_ _ : ..
- -- -- --- ------ -- -- > __ _'__ >___--_- ____ ,_
reported by the Government J, B. on the afternoon tnT of .. '
I Laughton, deputy .sheriff of excellence which dUiinguish '

station at Kltsimmee. for the Orange county, spent Sunday with! Miss Eva Watson of Jasper is theguest ,
week .our "Drew ._ t
,[ ending Sept. 11, 1913. friends here. of her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Bryan, '. '
Good
I on Church street Department, i
Mal Mln. Rain II I Seth Tison spent-Saturday in Tampa .

Friday __u___ 89 75 1.15 : and on 'Sunday visited his there exist a ofindividuality _
parents at Dr. C. L. Hyatt Was called to Jack- We call your attention -
Saturday u__ 84 76 1.48 Mt., Verde in Lake
county.W. sonville last night to consult with Pr quite unusual
Sunday _____fc 86 80 ___ to our gingham

Monday ______ 90 71 _u J. Sears, Grand Chancellor of Perry, in that city. in popular priced counter which ill full of "'

,Tuesday _u__ 90 70 the Knights of Pythias of Florida, will The subject at the Presbyterianchurch merchandise. new and attractive design ,R

Wednesday _.. 88 71 .351 go to Palatka on the 18th inst. to at- Sunday morning will be, "Six *, also a complete I

Thursday u__ 86 69 tend a district meeting of the lodges Days Shalt Thou Labor," and at night, election o f large plaids

of that order. "The Second Table of the "
+OOOOtOtoooOOO..OOO practical topics that should elicit
- -- --'- Felix Scalzo, president of the St. much interest from fall. The colon ia these fab-
the will have
congregation. we '
space,
Louis Fish and Co. is i
Oyster spending Tics CD be depended apoa.

the week here making contracts with C. A. Wills came up from Lakelandlast other thing to tell you ,

i THE LOCAL HELD i iM our fishermen to handle their catches Saturday and went to St. Cloudto '

during the present open season. spend the day with his family. He a bit later which will

came" over to this city Monday and
Mrs. G. F. Leitner and Miss Ala- be of much interest.KATZ'S ,
I Illlllll I I I I II Mill ll spent a few hours\, while en route to
mena Leitner returned to the city,1ast
Lakeland, where he is connected with
School supplies. F. II. Lawson. 381 week, after a pleasant summer's out- the store of the Dutton-Harris Co. i t

ing spent at Greenwood and Green- .

Gent's furnishing goods. F. H. Law- ville, S. C. Miss Effie C. Lawson returned

-oil's. 38-lt Thursday from a several weeks' visit 1.

If the city would display as much with friends and relatives in Georgia.She "One Price Only" Kiimmee Fla. "

; flour sacks can be bought I civic pride as do our private citizens was accompanied home by Miss ,
leap
I, 'at the Home Bakery. i y-vOtlTng he grass and weeds along Sarah Fansboro, who will remain the

the sidewalks Kissimmee would be '
of Miss .
guest Lawson for the winter.
.1 E. Aligood of Narpetfssee a'
was
about twice as beautiful as it is. 1.

I u-mess visitor toJ i<8imnnee Monday.J Harry 'W .Thurman and wife and )

G. C. Barr and wife of Columbia,
Miss
Porter returned -'-
to the city Sun- -- ---
G. Williams of Pensacola has beenpending S. C. arrived of last weekto
a few days in the city this make, their Thursday future home in this day night from Germantown, Pa., Ed Roberts acting superintendentof Grange college, has arrived in the AUTO AND NEGRO 1- .

week. where they spent the past four months. the Kissimmee Telephone Co., in the city to take charge of this departmentin
;
1
I city. They are at present stoppingat Mr. Thurman is much improved in absence of E. S. Beeland, who will be Kissimmee High school. Mrs. Cook BOY IN COLLISION

Mrs. J. W. Prentis returned home I the home of W. G. Campbell, 318 \health, which will be most pleasingnews away several weeks for the benefit of comes very highly recommended by :
Brack I 4
Sunday from a short visit with friends street. to his many fiiends. his health.S. many leading people of Missouri. ''I

in Orlando. I The Laymen's meeting will be held From Personal Letter League we clip BO' RUNS INTO CAR DRIVEN BY* '
S. W. Thornton left last week for
L. Lupfer came home from Green '* :1
the following: "Mrs. J. F. Cook, for
Sunday afternoon at :.i o'clock in the
(dim Sibert will leave September 15 Savannah, Mo., where he underwenta Springs last Saturday to look after NELSON MAKINSON AND RE- ;
I High School auditorium, and will be many years has had charge of the department -
for, Meridian Miss. to enter the Medici surgical operation last Monday.Mrs. .
business matters that demanded his : \
of expression in La Grange CEIVES SERIOUS IN
led J. M. Gardner. A cordial invitation
by ,
Thornton is in
of
Male College.Mr. receipt a telegram
'i.in attention, but will return again tomorrow -
college. We most heartily
can recom-
is extended the to attend
public JURIES.
that the
and Mrs. Jno. F.. Walter left the service. I stating operation was to remain until he is improved mend her as a teacher of elocution.She .
successful and Mr.
that Thornton is'' !
health. He he
m says was improving is an excellent teacher and reader. -
for brief visit ,
terday
)<" morning a
Rev. A. M. Chisholm] will doing as well as could b. expectedSee but that it would be to what
with relatives in Tampa. preach necessary She succeeds in arousing the interestand Last night about seven o'clock

Sunday morning on "The Workman Dr. Davis, optician, for glasses, remain several weeks longer to geta latent powers of her pupils. Thereis came, near being a serious accident

i ounty Commissioner A. F. Bass, that shall not be ashamed." At nighthe at Park hotel. Headache cures with complete rest.J. the utmost freedom from mere mechanical I. occurred in front of Kenneth Butler's
t'
from the St. Cloud district was a will preach on the subject, "To be glasses. Prices reasonable, Refer- action in her work, a fault barbershop on Broadway. A touring
O. Pou of Port is substituting -
business. visitor in the city Saturday.W free indeed." After, _the services there ences: John M. Lee, E. L. Lesley, A. Tampa which so frequently characterizes elocutionary car driven by Nelson Makinson was J
for R G. Canova conductoron
I will be Christian baptism.Mrs. S. Nelson J. McPhatter, J. M. Gard- as instructors. She is a ladyof passing that place when a small negro ,; '
E. I Leitner, a prominent attorneyof the Sugar Belt, who, with a party
Walter C. Bass F. A. Lincoln. character, intelligence and wide ex boy, employed as': boot-black at that-
A Arcadia was in the city last week Sears returned Tuesday afternoon ner, consisting of R. D. Calhoun, Mike "
38-2t perience. shop, ran into the street immediatelyin
01' a brief visit to relatives. s from a two-months' visit with Crown, A. M. Robinson and W. C. Gilbert What
front of the moving car. occurred -
friends in different Georgia cities, and The Junior Order'of American Me- will leave Monday by launch for
( H. Funk returned from a visitto 1 Resolutions of Respect ConcerningMrs. then is somewhat of a matter ,

I'ellsmere Monday having the time was most delightfully spent, chanics held their regular meetinglast Ft. Myers, returning here in about M. B. Gilbert. of guesswork, as the few who..witnessed 1 1 .t
gone but that the weather was much warm- and to two weeks. It is the intention of the ,
night adopted by-laws stories
, /Tt% last Friday on an inspection trip. Whereas, it has pleased our Father the accident tell different ,
I I er than in Kissimmee. govern the local lodge. The membership party to take the trip by easy stages, God, to remove by death Mrs. M. B. but the most :lately; story is that the

Strand wood $1.26 per strand. Dr. D. N. Cone of White Springs, of this organization now unmbers stopping en route to try out the fish- Gilbert, the beloved and honored boy was merely knocked down by the

Prompt delivery within city limit I spent Sunday in the city the guest of fifty, and many additions are being ing spots for future excursions this mother of our brethren, J. R., A. S., fender and was dragged some feet by }

Phone 252. M. B. Carson. 10-tf Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sears Dr. Cone made each meeting.L. winter A. I D., and Geo. A. Gilbert, each of the gearing of the car, as the only 1 '

whom is 'a member of this lodge, place he appeared to be hurt to any 1:
I
W. D. J. Sumner is now ready to was on his way to Manatee, where his M. Park, of Atlanta, spent a few IJ. G. Wagner, manager of the Arthur '
therefore b<. it resolved by Friendship extent was about the head.
take orders for all designs of white family have been spending the sum- days in the city this week looking E. Donegan/ Real Estate and In-
I Lodge No. 10, Knights of Pythias, thatwe As soon as the driver saw an ac- h
bronze monuments, grave covers, head mer, to accompany them home. after business matters. Mr. Park surance Agency, returned Monday
extend to our brethren and the cident was liable to occur he put on I'
35-tf valuable in Kis- from Hot Springs Va., where he at-
Hones etc. property ,
owns some
I John B. Singletary, State Attorneyof entire family this expression of our all brakes and stopped his car, andthose '
simmee and expressed himself as tended a convention of agents of the --
Mrs. S. B. Tyner returned Monday the jlOth Judicial district, spent a profound sympathy for their inestimable who saw the accident say the
he
to note the Im- principal life insurance company
few in the last week the highly gratified many loss That also I at moderate speed, "
from Ocoee, where she spent several days city have taken place represents and states that he learned ; we express. our car was moving a )
that ,
days pleasantly with friends and guest of his brother, Geo. T. Single provements high appreciation of the noble character and the driver could not be, held responsible ? I "
very tricks to the business. '
,
since his last visit' here many new as ,
relatives. tary. Mr. Singletary was on his way of the good woman wl o Hag .' ,a ;
Anyhow he is looking exceptionally l"f'\ <
to, Fort Myers to look after important Butler &: IVy this week sold the busi- and but that left us} That her acts of kindness The boy was picked, up and carried," \!" 'Y l. -?
pleasing healthy, says
:Miss Mildred Lee has returned froma legal matters.At ness of their pressing club to W.' O. in he and charity will remain a monumentto into Butler's barber shop, and laterto
the extra ten pounds weight acquired -
most pleasant two-weeks' stay with who recently came to Kis- her memory; That we will cherish Dr. C. L. Hyatt's office where his'
Dr. Thomas while on a side trip to Wash- ,
her sister, Mrs. Malcolm Waring, at the Baptist church Sunday simmee from Georgia. Mr. Thomashas her virtues and commend her exampleof wounds were dressed, and later was ,

Lakeland. I Holt will speak on the glory of the assumed charge of the businessand ington and Baltimore. Christian excellence to all who sent home. The doctor says he sees t\

cross of Christ. At night he will will continue to operate it at the I The Merchant of Venice was presented -I knew her. no reason why the boy should not recover '
Scenes! the recent fire of
taken
at
speak on the power of pursuas-on! stand-the Miller building on 'I at the Pastime on Monday night As life is uncertain, and death is although he could not at this '

the Cypress Lumber Co. at Loughmanwill Everyone welcomed. I>Jr. Holt roundsout same Stewart avenue.H. I by Edouard D'Oize, supported by -a sure, may we each and all be as well time, speak definitely, as there might : '

be shown at the Pastime Saturday even forty-live years in the ministry I splendid cast. Mr. D'Oize is, possibly prepared to meet the inevitable as she I have been internal injuries which will

night. Sunday.The M. Breaker and wife will leave > one of the most finished actors on the I, whose virtues we hereby com memoI develop later

The Pastime will present the great Junior Aid of the Christian tomorrow for Chattanooga, Tenn., American stage, and it il to be regretted I rate.Be It is possible that if Broadway was j

taking advantage of the cheap ratesto it also resolved that a of well lighted the accident would not
lion feature today, "The Wizard of the church wish to thank those that were that all our pt'opleho can : copy ,'

Jungle," with Capt. Jack Bonavita in so kind and generous in giving books the G A. R. reunion. The captain appreciate real talent did not avail these resolutions be spread on the have occurred. Also there is a law in

the title role. for their library. They have will carry a large amount of advertising themselves of the opportunity Monday minutes of this lodge, a copy be sent Florida prohibiting anyone under 18
new
and matter descriptive, of this section night. It is not likely that another to the bereaved family, and others years of age from driving a car on a

Mr and Mrs. J. W. Prentis, of Kis- about seventy-five books Esta now Williams, for distribution among the great multitude I play of such-merit will be seen here be sent the local newspapers for pub )I' public, highway. .,., r'

Mmmee, spent yesterday in Orlando more are expected. that will be in that city next again this season as actors of Mr. lication. -r-- I J,

I" guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Fuller. 'Sl"c etary. week D'Oize's class rarely play in a town of I I' Roma' Thomas, I METHODIST CHURCH I

\ReporterStar.For It is but a pleasant recreation aftera the ]lea shtan 10,000 inhabitants. 1 R. M. Evans;:: ,
B. C, Dutton, who haS been I, Re'. W. F. Allen, conference even- li
strenuous day of school work, to : F. C. Bryan,
the next thirty days you can senior m..ml..r of the tirm of Dutton- Mrs. L. M. Kenton and daughter; ar- I gelist and noted singer, will preach at
Committee of
get( the Valley Gazette for one dollar pass an hour in the open air studioof : Harris Shoe C\>. since its organization, i i rived in Kissimmee Saturday last from I Friendship I II i I the High School auditorium Sunday a
No. 10 K. of P.
art school. Class! meets each Lodge I I
).ear provided you pay for twojearn our disposed' if his interests in the business i Mansfield, Ohio, and at once bcame so I | at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. re. Rev. Allen fr

in advance. Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30: p. m. I and will leave for Georgia! shortly. impressed with the advantages this : is the author of one of the very best

Terms per week one dollar; per quarter During) Mr Dutton) residence ill Kis city offered, that this week she purchased -I DU'GHTERS; ENTERTAIN ,.I evangelist song books on the market.
Easiest: Green the painter has 38-lt MOTHERS ATBIRTIIDAY
sign in advance only $10. I
friends
simmee he has made many the two-story dwelling on .1, All are cordially invited to attend
rented the old Gazette buildingand PARTY
Valley that Mrs. De Mendel and daughter, Lu- who.inceicly regret, t that his business Broadway, formerly] occupied by Arthur : these services and enjoy a feast from
to
will his paint shop
move force him to'lease, also the Lord. J. U. Sibert. vi
and twentyacies
cille arrived Wednesday from the connections E. Donegan
plac-ej n October 1st. Two little girl friends Alpha and .
mountains of North Carolina, where thequarter of land and an orange grove a their. mothers double i
I J, W. Miller has (purchased Dorothy, gave a
W A. Joiner, superintendent theeiectrie they have spent the summer. They block, on Mabliette .street formerly few" miles west of the city. Mrs. Kep- birthday surprise last Wednesday Grass and clovers deteriorate in hay

light plant, has assumed will remain here until next spring, the I I owned by C. O "Newton, and is ton will leave next week for Mansfieldto evening at the home of Miss Graham, value rapidly after they reach the

charge of the fire auto, vice R. L. guests of Mrs. Cochrane, Mrs. Ie Men i 1, havnW the old Methodist, parsonage, close out her holdings there pre- 111 Ii! Mabbette street. 1 stage of full bloom.

Roberts, resigned.1l'au I del's mother. i which he recently purchased from the ''paiatory to making Kissimmt-e her Alpha's mother's birthday being the 1 Generally the hog "will thrive best

'! board moved to that place. lieI permanent home, as, she says, "here's, 10th and Dorothy's mother's being the that will squeal for his food at the
school ,
arrivedhere
] McKee returned last night J. M. Davison, of Kissimme, live without melting in thesumnlt'r I
can
over into one llth. Refreshments served
made was
Oklahoma, where he spent the the first of the week to take ai i i will have the building or freezing in the winter." regular feeding time.
dwelling, and strawberry ire cream, and cake that I
with relative, and will again position with the Consolidated Title a modern up-to-date
the Osceola High School. Co. He was connected with the same will occupy it as a norm for his family. C. W Kruns, president of the Narcoossee was cooked by the little hostesses I I-e r

I Farm and Townsite Co, spent themselves Strawberry effects being
Kissimmee and was trans- the
at
tourists are arriving in Kis company their office here.-Arcadia A delightful launch party on Seth a few days here this week, returning ',used for docorations. Miss M. V. Woodward

!! and by the first of December ferred to I launch lola] m charge of Capt.last week to < inc-mnati on Wednesday for the After the refreshments a few serviceable I

t ill Enterprise. Tison, was enjoyed oneclay presents were given the
ill t<, require' considerable walking Whid- 1' purpose of bringing; his family to

to/-and a vacant room to rent.J E. C. Duzenbury returned Tuesday' by the following: / : Mrs Bessie Miss Katie Hunnjmedf, where they will make 'mothers by their daughters in tokenof I Up-to-dot tin. of

night from a two-weeks' trip to New den, Miss Lucy Buckles, their home in future. Mr I Bruns is their love to them. Blessings on

S. Stratton, one of our county'smost York and other eastern cities, wherehe Thompson, Walter Thomas Sam Lup interested largely in the mercantile I the little child that is thoughtful of MILLINERYLatest

extensive fruit growers, who James Buckles Mr and Mrs R. mother. .,
went to acquaint himself with the fer business' at Cincinnati, but says after
makes his home at St. Cloud was Mrs, C Buckles as chap- I
and hostesses these little
be able to Thomas '' his Sure-enough
latest styles, that he may 'a winter spent here that he nor

transacting business here yesterday.M. better handle the dry goods depart- rone. ''family can longer get their consent I misses, and everyone present seemedto Fashons, Newest r

H. Porter and wife will leave ment of M. Katz. '. "l'rpd Hill returned Wednesday to ';, to remain in the North during the cold enjoy the occasion. Creation in Ladies'r

Sunday for Chattanooga, Tenn., to attend his home at Narcopsbee from Jackson- season, and that on bis trip here the I
A. E. Thomas spent the latter partof weather When the cow kicks, sit on the milk and Children'
for the past! I he found the
the been !
annual reunion of the G. A. ville where he has I past summer
last week at the New Eden planta- stool till count ten and
R- of the Southern than it at Cincinnati, I you you may '
which meets in that city next week. home two months in the office much cooler was Headwear
tion, near Narcoossee, returning Utilities Co. He will enter tho j hence their determination to make not use the stool for a club.

> Mrs. L. Bandy and children returned Saturday. Mr. Thomas states that the when the home .-
I Eden this State College at Gainesville Runnymede their permanent ; Tar and sulphur burned in the poul-
today from a pleasant visit to Kias | sugar cane planted at New will in
graduate
and 118 Broadway
.' simmee, where they have spent since year is doing fine, and that they will fall term opens, at the close of Mrs. J. F. Cook, who has had chargeof try house with the doors and windows
electrical engineering in' La closed is a good disinfectant.I .
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y last Friday with Mrs. Bandy's mother have fifteen acres of the best cane the school of expression ;

,1'', and aunt: Reporter-Star.. I ever grown in this state. | the spring term. .


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CLASSIFIED I sleepln'place for the use of guests ) P0000400000a00000PLEWIS
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Business STATE HOTEL INFECTOR with pillow slips and under and top

Men, sheets. Each sheet to be made nine I rtl Q'BRYANATTORNEY -

ADVERTISING ty-nine inches long and of sufficient {

} l ftf -- ., Beware PAYS VISIT width to completely cover the mattress (I I T. AT LAWSPECIALIZING

and provided that a
springs, -
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{ '. '\ Five Cents Per Line I sheet shall not be used which; measures 91

Each Insertion I less than ninety-nine inches after ir*
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1 He fall and the advance (Continuer from
comes every ; page 1.) being: laundered. Said sheets and pillow "

-'___--.--j -"--- -- 'guard has already arrived, The Sen- slips to be made of white cotton or I, I ABSTRACT
for ur.posesotthisActsbadained
: 'FORSALEFOR : "- -- TirieTTiaansighed and-eensed-hlm aL. I accommodations, linen, and all such sheets and pillow .

/ -t OL.Jbe..A .lipL..art.e eil1g used by one. guest, '' AND .
lie is with us and from now
SALE saddle horse. Ap- ready. restaurant and the -"
-Bay person or persons must be washed an "dironed-before-1
ply to E. G. Vans Agnew 22tf 'until the close of' the winter season in charge thereof, whether as they are used by another guest, a clean' "GlYetlmet1 j- -----J TITLE-WORK,

I he will be here. lie is the fake advertising owner, lessee manager, or agent, for set being furnished each succeeding warnIngIf

F FOR SALE-Seed potatoes for fall man. The 'fellow who wants I the purpose of this Act, be deemed the guest. And further provide mosquito'nets abuse overstrain STATE BANK BLDG.r000Oa00'O.
proprietor of such restaurant and of sufficient dimensions to -STor breaking I
cover
Rose No.4. dollars complete
planting Spalding's him dollar two l.
i ; you to give one or whenever the word restaurant shall I'
each bed, bunk, cot or other sleeping fb down-FUt-foot. .
$1.50 bushel. Oliver cfe McKelvey, or maybe five to fill a space on Ito occur in this Act; it shall be construed place for the use of guests. : Vie tab medklMMM rub wtt.b' 11nl-' <- OAO

Box 474, Kissimmec 36-4t some kind of folder he is getting out mean every such structure\ as pre Sec. 19. All bedding, including'mat menu for.uppo ed rbeumatlam'" *;;

"for the good of the town." The scribed in this Section.e. tresses, quilts, blankets, pillows, sheets f to* Hmb. and F back, elc, _ben to
FOR SAL.E-Ten acres land two acres amount is not much and the businessman I M and comforts used in any hotel in this. whole troubl. to in the arch of*tjiTtuTbooe. f the ..-..; .. ...O..O
Sec. lowered.
( in bearing orange and grapefruittrees 10 Every hotel and restaurant State must he thoroughly aired, di.1. 1 have the
"falls" for it. By the end of the in the State tendon* .nd mu.0 fi
shall be }
THE
properly .
five room house in first-class I infected and kept clean Provided poIDt aod cauainll:. {ul..ny. ,
I season be has paid out a considerablesum plumbed, lighted and ventilated, and that no bedding, including mattresses, 'j'
SCHOLL'S"FootEazer"
condition fine well I, etc. InquireH. shall be r
| conducted in
all of every departmentwith blankets sheets : Manhattan" <
if he has patronized thesolicitor quilts, pillows or comforts -
P. Jaekel, Sorrento, Fla. 7-4p I strict regard to health, comfortand shall be used which anorn ,
that come along, and the safety of the guests. Provided I. lobe only ...n..lr. N.db
out unfit for further Pro-
or are use 1 chDII.
u..l.- I> ?: Hotel
I I town in the aggregate has thrown that such proper lighting shall be con- vided, further that after six months '. f.In"Foot 19. K *eri gnu/ :!:
MISCELLANEOUS. II' amount of good strued to apply to both daylight and I 'In Iwl '
away a large money. after the passage! of this Act no mattress tahe.i.ev t5.a
--I Such thanwasted illumination, and that such proper on bed in hotel shall be coo ;: ( ::::501 = F.: Special Attention to
who took the mono spent I Is worse any a yeta'twl.-.I.: .
WILL j
THK person I plumbing shall be construed "I.. '
to .
mean ...
wrong uirbiella fiom, Danli' s Dept for it encourages a vagrant'ami that all plumbing and drainage/ shall used excelsior which husks is made or shoddy of moss. Any sea grass room. food..1r.nnrth..mod.s4 1Spene.nent .: the Traveling Public

la"-t week return "i undesirable lot of transient persons be constructed and plumbed cording 0535a.lnmen" end wonwn.unfir -
"store please same in any hotel or restaurant infested! 't:1
I to Cnndu....... nIil :: .lust. eicroHS! the Hquare Iron
approved sanitary *
whose' serious is principles and
most il l
:aX-It! I'dFOUl'l.B'lw"'n purpose with vermin or bed bugs. shall be who aN much OD iir it
I I In see the cauntIy and make expenseschile .construed that t such proper ventilation shall be fumigated, disinfected and renovated ...oi5 qt"'iw": f In'r5'.....S..or pthwr all is; A. (J L.. DepotKISSIMMEE

Hissiminev and to mean at least one door until said vermin or bed bugs ate exterminated Ir ih. 3: FLA.
> : they are at ,it, 01 perhaps their and one window in each sleepingloom =.p.r.l eA:: ae..tar: ,

I Tuft. a Panama eoat Owner ean | iiblict I i- not nearly so worthy. also a transom as wide as the r in.h.t,our,our work-1> I.. and .1. .
-:-:-:-:-< .
have' saint I I.>' 1 proving\ pioju-tt and : 'I 1'1 Sentinel is moved bj a door leading into the hallway. T see how e.....ru..bl.. 755,
: (i purpose Sec. 24 On sixty: dllnotll'e from\ foe with Um ln. l p |>rop nJooortrd
paying fob. t this notice. I I I not altogether selfish in urging the No; loom which shall be used as. a sleeping the passing of this law, all hotels and I'tN-fOM IXMl 50 t,;it.until 705 I r"<- y O oo'oooooooooo.THE .
loom does not to the out- _.
: hunts and other business of open restaurants "shall sere-en all outside m. t.jrou bel..I
i' 'OU'W''A!' ) ::: fold ('uff-button;,. now at ineie men I I side of the building or light wells, air doors and windows in such manner' as Corn,nlarle'I.C$. Oases
t f Oilanilo. to refuse to patrom/e such shafts or courts, and all sleeping .. whe5ih' IM
this ofhee. C Ownei' can hasp same will meet approval of Hotel Inspector, ..1e..cI..m'J: br 505.11.y.g..n.

I,1 by proving/ propeitand pacing/ fort I i igent-. It 1i is passing' strange that and looms one shall door have with at a least transom one window in accordance with Se
j | many shrewd business" men do not ".
I
this. noticebj In each ActSec
sleeping room there must .
25. All previous Acts conflicting
consider the and
carefully means be at least
WANTEP--To I :I l buy a horse and good" l11'thodof one window with opening with this Act are hereby repealed.
u \'cl'tl'-ang. They seem so arranged as to provide Dutton-Harris Co.
easy accessto Soc 21t( This Act shall take effect. .
Jersey eow 11\1.: Bleaker' S. (0.1) 'to think that their advertisement has the outside of building, !light J wells, upon its< becoming a law. ..

r :7-lf! j performed its mission if it is printed 01 courts Approved June 7, 1913.t'N1.1TI'R.11. :i. Broad
I Sec. 11 I In all cities, towns and 18
tn tfniMl' \' III i- a gnat, deal Located
M
so that they ran see it, without giving villages. where of i "i \jit I
a system water
LOST (On10nda: night a pocketbook I
1 } I ; ; JIlSTOln'TIE \
likea man ',
thought to the character of the med. works and sewerage is maintained for way
: containing.about $9.00, Tinder ]i I I / ,\1.I.H.\IOK; I brain, tl > If' the :
Bunt through. which it is emulated or public use!' every hotel and restaurant "mi Inn ik): > at

V please I,-aeat Gazette; office and the' extent' of its< emulation Advertising I therein operated shall within six elligatm hr Ih" I.Iharhe, "f"'n, hif- 'z''t'

,f get leward 36-tf months. after the passage of this Act, The alligator is u lai'>;lizard witha dental! bill must! In, iioimouI ', -
through established mediums is ::
be equipped with suitable !
watcrclosets
corrugated back He has four legs .
,,d LIST your property for sale with beyond question; the most effective for the accommodation of i its guests, I hi alhir it n i 1- i MI I, u pn. tt \ ..milhaimliss J. H. REED .. Prop.
1 I --one on each corue-r He cannot sing/ :;:
when eoiiMitid into
f ,i Nelson Realty Co. 35-tf means of leaching the people and that which watereloset or closets shall be as '
is what the advertiser wants to do. ':, connected by proper plumbing with I as sweetly] as the ('anai\ but his bite ladle' po.\.t'tho.\\ \..- I II I 'r ii. III I''lot ula ,-.

such sewerage system and means of is more dangerous I Florida is. his x oo.o.oooooooo.oo.o0
WANTKI> Men and women want- !hint il form
He should know' that it isn't worth )I :yon i rut i ir 'I -eri i 'jp in an\ '
flushing said .
: watereloset closets
or natural home He found
ed at once to make hipnfits mtroeiueing is fiequentlv if f 'outrun\ i ill 'il''t:': 'to ituse "
dollar i oil' ':-:-: +}fiP.44fi400044 404
Iwo or fifty ec'nts or even one with the water of said system in such \
\\onder (loth" to every his manner as to prevent sewer of roosting in the branches. orange pi i"suit.nt of tin. I'ldl..d t Stati
i 'nt to have business' card printedin gas :j:
household
ICs lavatories, hath tubs, sinks\ drains, His favorite food is oranges, his ft .
strate and take the money. \kelp< u..UII. on a .11"1 i t a the, alii
on a barber' shop scroll! or on a hotelregister closets. and! urinals in Real Estate
u I such hotels, or vorite dunk loiula 1 watci/ The 1 al]Ii. Agency.
Address Wonder Cloth Box Hi ,
e-asj 01 through the various.. flj .upthe restaurants must be connected and jTrttoi' will i:I n' !1' u I Lour- liki Ii\ a .

143, Kis>immee, Fla. 1:>-4lp --cieek and flv -by-night schemes equipped in a similar manner both as gator makes a delightful lady's i pf't. Lump\ | oil :" log I ..................a.............
I Heis !better than a bull dog for drat' s:
,l to methods and tim I'h. .illiir. .
'
I'm' I""" i .1 g e.tt ittiai
WADE the tuner Orlando. that are offered bj the itinerant advertising ,1 Ij. Realty bought and sold.
off
I log burglars. One regular siodalligator i tiiin 'to tin. =\iiitkuii" toiiii t :\Manx
olicitor.. All such methodsare
Sec 1'J: Each Hotel Restaurantin ( chained to the front poreh :g: Houses rented
WANT ADS in the Valley Gazette t or of then t ) ale I incur, 1..1- :Noilli': whilethr .
to be condemned by the businessmen this State shall be provided! with a will fl lighten off most anybody who I i' Taxes paid and Titles verified ;
the means of selling and renting '! \' an kindly healed' and ,)Iow, .thillb '
are who have money to spend for advertising : main public wash room convenientand :1: for non-residents.
tiie-K to enter the house that .
property when all other means No matter how big the of easy access to guests Jacksonville citizens prefer way.41any to gratltudr \ (King 'I unr.-Cunrl.t; \ :z: Fire Life and Accident In- J |

'' fail. Try it once r; cents a I line. Sec. 14. That within six months
business, it never has to waste. I t: .
money after the passage of this Act every ho- keep their alligators in the back yard l, \ \\ I II:I.h III' EX I ( 1 E"E\T I I: :: |I- sur&ncei

1 I MEET me at Kissimmee, Drug Co., The same amount of money would be tel or restaurant in this State occupied however, as they require all the room' t'ntl Ii' 1.1.. I: Iud, : Indemnity Bonds.
n urn" ''n"s spaise'
and we will get a drink of the best better used by taking additional spacein '' by one or more families or ten- they can get, and like* to take a dipin I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOI
.
soda water made. 31tf the'! newspapers, or by getting outa ants, aggregating twenty persons orI the t\ itggl'.f with in :as In. I Iheunuatitally'
f ] I more, which is more than two stones. rainwater barrel now and then. lowiiid himself upon the soap box,
lot of letters
personal to prospective I
I I high and having fifteen or more sleeping My wife tried keeping ours in our whu, h tilt ainiiibli. 'n had
pr"pl'I"or.
FOR RENT. pe'
. i .,... customers calling thei rattention to | rooms. on third floor or if three bathroom but the other roomers objected the S.H.BJLLOCKREAL
: on eeiunti. extended' 'i
I gioeiiv. a
some special sale or price reduction. stories high shall be :
or over equippedwith
!, I It
much
too of
FOR RENT-A 7 room residence'! was a snap'
fn"lIdly Icp: to l"lh bis diie-itlon
fire III I
an iron
stairway or
The itinerant advertising escape
man
modern conveniences on Main St. fire the outside ofthe for Mr. Alligator. He monopolized' ''I 1 unit |I. .
gut :
escapes, on anu i ( pnjclaimi, !
should not he upheld, for he is in the .
Mrs. Summers, (>08 Penfield, South building connecting on each floor above the soap and the towels "for folks that gins from the

Kissimmee, 38-tf last analysis a hold-up man of the the ground floor and to the cornice of Some of the Jacksonville ladies town, the-t 'rm/ birth away and IJrl'.dlll'und .......................

'' polite kind. He strikes a town fre- the building, with openings from each show great indiscretion' by leadingtheir give INSURANCE
f I floor which shall be well fastened and emus back 1.l" o'p'r..u". with their
,
if FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story quently without money enough to get : alligators: to bargain sales. A
secured with less than luise's in tin "tflll'IInci
[ ., ; store building on Brack St. North cut of it. lie brings nothing into the landings not all snirkerin'herause
: Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford '29-tf I six feet in length and three feet in lace counter is no place to haul a there cI..II't anvthin' happen| Examination of Titles a
t town and he depends his blan.
upon width, guarded by an iron railing not healthy alligator to, as his teeth are I theie."

/ ....f !." ,..' DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. dishments to secure money enough to less than thirty inches in height. Such something awful on Irish lace. Uncle Silas

J' '. . i.. Tiller get out of it. He has no value to give landing shall be connected by iron The to catch an alligator is to Bonney, cautiously nibbling Specialty.

l . in. return for his wares-for he has no stairs not less than two feet wide with crduch way a sample cracker, paused to inquire -.
near his abiding and I TorresDondence Solicited.C.W.GRIFFIN
place .
steps not less than six inches tread "Who'll BnifTin' and smtkerln'-

L- ---.J wares. He has a glib tongue anda and placed at an angle of not more make a noise like a young pig grunting that young Tottham feller?" .- .--"''- -

Are You Looking persuasive: way; sometimes he is than forty-five degrees The way of ',I When the alligator hears this *
"Ump assented
Uncle Eli. "Ill'i
to such tire shall at all I
nothing more than a plain pest whompeople egress escapes sound
repeated several times he
i .
times he kept free and clear of any corms M-I'i'i'i i '/ '' ; hI ,idi/ .i s on mi down/ to thepn.lofti
r For ( patronize to be rid I of and con- to thesurface* ,to investigate This
a I and all obstructions of any kind and ,,'" .1,1 now Kind, of good to
I suler themselves lucky at that. But every nature At every opening{ torevery :: 1.-! your cue to cutch him This fan be hark\. I I
Location for Mercantile I t..r I I'ied. 'am t it : I uy.., a"eItY' !
a this .should remember that every dollar file a led light shall bei done \
easilv '
escape I by taking a lace handkerchief ' '
In ,
t i -liirht\I giienl Uncle I; I Ell
Business in Good Live I they spend in this wise dol- kept burning at night. Fire escapes ,
a is a I I dipped in Florida water and 1 I
shall he placed where the Hotel Commission :\ligbtv good .to get out, o' tin. whl 11! Staple: and Fancy
: Town? ti' taken from the legitimate channelsof I suddenly tYingit over hisc-> e-s, Th,11 I 1 ,, .
shall direit And if more I| an,01 I M"st up in ,i line' pi an fill Flare| i iIlk"

/ Have For Rent Modern',I 1 liaili The newspapers have alight than fifteen sleeping looms on each I all you have to do is to grab him bj thi,' In ,,, \s. all|| full ().f Hum'
a to object} to it, because it e'heapiii floor, above the second' floor there : the. tail, whnl him aiound your )head I Itlld old GROCERIESFree
ladit
I 1 I II ehere" t thin aintnotli,
Brick Building. thin calling, iciluees! the amount I shall provided one such described threetimes, Ioa'lng"I 1 have it, I have
,
file for each additional (fifteen\ iii' Io'd| | | i'n-e I l.iuk\ Mini h'n. ,,
( E. E. Wells of busin\ ss that they might nghtfully I' sleeping escapee looms e>n each (loot Iheie I I"," then. throw him on his back By ?up wniidow, wiili, a Iie' bill} tin day

Real Estate and Insurance i Item and minimi/cs themerchant's hall beposted anti maintained in ionspiiuous i tins time the all gatu is so gentle : liilon, I rums, .,, Ii ''''y,,' ,nay: hi,., And;1 1t Delivery to all Parts
faith in the' l pl'oduct"'CIH''ss of adveiJ places in each hall and! eaihguest I I I that he will follow you home and eat t then In KIVI'a .
203 Broadway Phone 272 I l J tismir I loom except in the hall and off your hand. laugh awl.t In ofthe City:
the floor of such 11Y"U (got it' mended vet. ., Dm It
on ground hoI|
1Yib r- I loom-
(Oilando)
r => \.1I and other" I loiuia towns The 1
j I tel!, plainly written notices reading: alligatejr no doubt a 15ailistin | 1 I J-.JI'. :' /11'1 I< t a 'pi'i,nvou a't', t The I
will he visited' by this gentry for seve1 I''cl'lights. '' his religious belief for he is
indicated ,
1 I"FII'e Escapes are by very 3ounf' g t Ihr-, ; :%ou'II,kr '" luuth's,
1 $ (One) half of .til atrlage i i m in,,'. lift-, I' i 1 lal months tei ('onw. and we take this ." And every hotel less than' fond of water The young are always |
I
I i c'ungninann A popular t trysting place?
f consist. of O'JlImO'I'Y' hi i' ml' pay method of earning our lends, the four stories high and; having less than I mmorsed. .

and! the. other half hum 1 .iisine'ss nun, them his I fifteen /looms on the third floor, shall -- -- - -
ie_ in }; money against als have hallways placaided to militate The I female alligator lays the e>iLjsand I 1'10"" dally: row li,"nj's III mousy

ar own! to him he rant t rolled i. alum! all that \\1' can ilo; for wo all stairways and exits and shall keepa I hatches her young The male month l Iy month" 'tin beef c row brings

.-- y inn t admit that this is a flee ,'ountry.and hve'-eights-inch rope of sufficient I: I isn't of much use around the house I it but unro i ',.

!Pour old I athe.r i .in, I I.<. :in"HIM.,I for if a man wants to throw his money length to reach the giouinl III each I

4"' Vials. Lot\ :M] jtlu.i ih\a\: wants tin I luils thiie. i is no one who may i outsiilloom. to be fastened six feet I I Ii

w him 10''take) a walk ell, n i -hi. tixti' I to ,I' lam' may: 111>,ilanilo l Si'ntinel. i I above the floor near window in ...uh'l i
stantial and capable of |
fit :-i t I"1'1, MI I Il 11.1I1 iirlt, i .- --- --. taming at manner least five bundled pounds I Rollins College Winter Park fla. r

iA .d --- Jill: i L.\\\ ON: TilE si{'BJKC"i' I weight; provided however, that nothing ,

Aft.. a woman, la- li.i ud. lad the) withinthe in this section will be construedto '
man' following and keep / ) OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST IIE\tTIFI'L! I ( ,\MIM{; IN I I.OKIDA.
,j o ]0 f )'t'ar, -hi dm -1 i '1 ask) h"1 i husl},and laBook: agents may be killed prevent the use of any automatic

,' S ybt :": *-"'i 1-' 'livi. mi nut i.- If hi -till 1 Intl, I'r from October to September 1 ; spring lope fire escape in place of the knotted.l College, Academy, Music, Expression I Fine Arts Domestic and Industrial

4 :1" :She; I\Mllmg to let t ui ell enough: .tl,uce., : poets from :Muiih 1 to June 1 ; scandal rope . . Arts Business: 'laerhrrH1eiur.se-.

y ''r IIIDI /gc'i's from April 1 to Febru- Sec 10 Each and ('very.hotel or Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights. tire protection, fine ,

ty i"t :"i: :_:w-C_:_:":M.M:_:_:":" :_:":,,:_:,,,............. ely I 1 ; umbrella borrowers from Aug, restaurant one, two, and three stories gymnasium of music, ,no$6,000 malaria, quarter-million dozen dollar .endowment Three teachers 341
a two
: shall he provided with one fire organ pianos, glee clubs, chorus class s __
: S' 'f to :Novimbii': 1 and from high Superb new rooms for business
J $ $ $ $ $ I' February extinguisher of a style and size ap- school equipped with every modern device;

r saved by J possessing' ,our own :i: 'I to :\la\ 1 ; while every man acceptsa proved by the National Board of Fire courses.analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water; preparation for engineering Our meat market because so

home. 1 have for sale a large .!. newspaper for two years and when Underwriters on each floor contain-

t'' bungalow 5 rooms. plastered, .tin lull is presented, says, "I never oriiered ing 2'JOO square feet or less of floor Lakes Christian boating, but ,undenominational swimming:, Bali] tennis, football, basket ball. many arrange for their meets .
'I,; closets front and rear :: I and additional fire extinguisher ; expenses moderate; scholarships
porches one here
area ,
available
it,, be killed with- For catalogue address
sight
)j may on
wired for for each 2,500
( : lighting, flowing well. on each floor
Y1 1.) lot 150x150) :: out reserve or relief from valuation feet or less of additional floor area. William Fremont Blackmail: Ph. I 1), I.t n.l President

f'J r A small C;-loom cottage-a 1 01 appraisement laws 3uch extinguisher or extinguishersshall

,..\ model of neatness Just! the 1 hose be placed in a convenient loca-
/1 that too tender hearted I
/
a'(4'( ; ?;,; '?!' ideal for; a fanulv of- two. 1i: t" shed blood are can furnish a broken tion in a public hallway outside of the lh tfi Yt Ili sli' 't'i Yt Yi rfi Yt Yl lfi Yl + n i Ili }'i Y i YI i YI Y i WE will be pleased to arra -

i c : : } A concrete bungalow, I 5 rooms sleeping rooms at or near the head of
s ,.I''J and bath front tear and side hair for the above to sit on when they the stairs and shall always be in a lfi! RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME !fi'As \ with you for the best 1

, porches, wired for lighting, deep ::. I call Milton Gazette condition for use .
1 .11 well'! lot 105x140, fenced, fine i}, I Sec 17. All hotels and restaurantsin -- -- 1 of meat, either by phone or si

1 11 J young shade trees in front yard. : ; The red-headed step-child and the this\ State shall hereafter in the 911 other interests'! prevent my living there'! '! I offer'! for sale'! my I
-: Two 3-room I lf1; place Fish Lake four and half I lour counter. This is a rendezvous -
II on miles from
cottages on large 11 ill! fcated candidate know just what said main public wash room and in a Kissimmee'!'! and equiY;

id , lot in desirable neighborhood. a (astor Oil view and reach of guests during the y1; distant from St. Cloud. I for meat for those who
Small cash 1 1Ak means Ii
I 1 payment takes either regural meal hours, and when no reg- !fi This property comprises 20 of
over acres good land and has
of above. kind
{ meal hours maintained then are particular about the
ti-room house ': I The way to sharpen a disk \tt to ular are 1i1; 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing.
on good '
street! 1, between the hours of 6:30: A. M. and "
.4 50 foot lot and 20 acres fine fruit : : pate off the blunt edge until thin and 9-00: A. M. and 11:30: A. M. and 2:00: !fi The land is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost I they eat.

N land, 4 miles from railroad and ite : ,harp.CHICHESTER. P M., and 6:00: P, M. and 8:00: P. M., Y; new, story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two wells.
; small growing town, $2500 ) in each bed furnish each . .
and
room Y; (one of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings -- -
I have also.
a some very desirable guest with two clean individual towels. barns
!Ii and chicken
residences from 6 to 12 [ PILLS so that no two or more guentf will be runs.

111 ? rooms at very reasonable prices, -"*: v ., required to,fine the same towel unless !Ii County road and A. C. L. Railroad run through south end of lot RULt ASS MARKET

n also lots and acreage. Orange /L.di..i kl..h.:.!: :::':'D.IL Wf.. it has been first wanned! Such individual 71 with station adjoining. Telephone service'! : with Kissimmee and St. 1

groves a specialty. fill I. Hrt ..4 U.I4 ...lank O towels shall not be less than !Ill Cloud. Title to property perfect. Price
reasonable
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and
very
MOM with Blue 5IWw. terms
Mrs. : h T.k."n. -. r s r ten inches wide and fifteen inches long, !If given if desired' Apply to J. W. Prentis Box I ORD1A BASS
I SuAimers l.r.Cjr ,-<- A.kf.eltI-4'I: ;; lACM-TEB Il after being washed 196 Kissimmee'! Fla. t
'1r tot .. ", IJ .;. >IAHl>'\on IIKANIt FILL*/ (o, ..3yun !fi
Av
I .Fr.- i P nuw.uawi.5.f n.AI..r.a.11.b1. 1) Sec: 18. All hotels hereafter shall 37tffifi

OOOOOOOOOO.900000 ; MHO BV DRUGGISTS EVEKYWHEBE pr,9vide, each bed, bunk cot or other fi !Ii S !:Ii i'Iie Yi !fii'3i !ii J !i !Jii Yi Iii Yii-I ! i II Manager.


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The road short J 1'11" ,, :
fund
JTediogs of the being the clerk Thd tlix: .
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Co11eror. Poll'
t ',was Instructed to borrow ",000 for shoved U.OO cOllect..d., Tax Rapt,I Banks'to'mitTS&nthly. report of .) 000000.0..000..000000.00.0''l .1 .. . :

: four months. There being no further business to; scrip carried. | -

joanty Commissioners ,Mr. F., H. Jenkins,filed an application come before the Board, motion foradjournment The following ordinances, were In. : i'

with the Board for .appointment was made and duly seconded : troduced and passed .their' first read- : rl j

I a. County Engineer. whereupon the Board adjourned: ,ingfviz.: :.. -.. .

he Board County Commissioners ''The cost bill in case of 'the State,vs. to in meet again. at their,regular meeting 1.. An ordinance to prevent fowl : THEArthur

land for Osceola County, Florida, T., J. Rainwater was examined and October. from running at large In the City of .
J. L. OVERSTREET
i on the above date, there being; approved.. Clerk. Kistimmee, Florida, :
? :
ent E. L. Lesley, R. V. Lanier, Sheriff's teed bill'' of prisoners was 2. An ordinance requiring bull dogs :

| p, Bass, W. F, Walker, commis- examined and approved.. Proceedings of In Kiscimmee City to be tnuuled. E.

pers, W. J., Sears, Attorney for the The pay roll of State witnesses in ?. An ordinance requiring phy U :

ard, and J. L; Overstreet,.clerk. the County'Court of July term was clans and mid-wive to report to the :. .

The minutes' of ,th* last meeting, examined and approved. .flwjty Council State Board of Health all birth and s _"','

e read and approved Pistol bond of 'Andrew J. Stokes deaths in the city of Kissimmee. :

r.. Win? ,Llnch of St. Cloud with G. C. Outlaw and J, S. Stratton The following resolution was intro :
r came Klsgimmee, Fla., Sept. 2, 1893. duced and unanimously :
as. adopted: .Donegan
f ore tht Board and-asked that the -Juretleswa8.examined.ndmpproved. -. --- .
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The-Council-met-in-regular-sessiony _
ad running through'Lots 38 and 43 .Whereas'-pavingrtiftcate-No'-115, : _,, _
there being present 1. W. Thompson i issued August 26 1912 .
Section 16-26-30 be Bond of Robert Campbell to .be against Lots
Changed, same appointed resident; U. E. Rush, G, H, Prather, 15 and 16 of William.Boswell Addition :
laid over for future as Deputy Sheriff of Osceola ,
f\g : considera.n. T. M. Rivers, C. E. Yowell W. B. amounting to $126.00
county, was examined and approved. was passed on : '
Widow's pension claim of J. Crawford city attorney, and J, R.: I a reported frontage of 100 feet; . REAL ESTATEAND
|Hon. Arthur E. Donegan Mrs
represent. Gilbert clerk. I
E. Griffin was examined anil I Whereas, the actual frontage of said : fl
a number of approved
taxpayers of the The minutes of the is
also widow's last meetingwere I property only 70 feet; :
; pension claim of Mrs.M. .
|unty, came before the Board and
J. Outlaw. read and approved reports of Therefore be it resolved by the'
ted that the should I
Board
take officers were examined and Council of the City of
The approved Kissimmee that :
| action'In following vouchers were ex- INSURANCEGENCY
>me I
opening road
bills
a
across amined were aproved and ordered paidas the City Treasurer is hereby authoriz- ,
ingle Creek at a due approved and warrants or- :
point west of dered drawn follows: | ed and empowered to accept the sum ' .l
ssimmee on line of Mabbette street, : J.v.. 1..111)'. Bill H 8 1111\\'OI' .1(1( .III of :
) $88.29. with interest
Jo l:. I.. Lesley, ('.mmr, 2 meet'ffB '1 8.00 C I K 'r) Kon. Hal an' marithnl 75 at 8-7n from I 1
me being 'referred to Chairman E. It. V I-unler. Commr and mllcanc J /. Uolieriioli, Hal an Treasure 2 ft.(Ml Oil August 26, 1912! in full settlement of :
Lesley for investigation.The 3 meetlnxM _ _ .__._ 14.00A. Howell HlIKH Hill UH pull('. 50.0(1 Raid \'
certificate No. .
K Maim, Cotnmr and mileage J It 'Ollbelt .Bill an ..It) clerk 750"lIn. :( paving 115.
[ citizens of St. Cloud present- 3 meetings ...u.h.H_ 16.00 .. Auwew, g (""ful'd., Hal Paused I in open session of the City
0. H. llimH, cominr end mileageW HH iltx . .. I ,
a petition for a road on Section 2 4IIIIge __ _.:_.._ __ ._ 17.00 J \\'. Thomimon.attornexg'Ka: 1. an mein- 25 (Ml .I Council, this 3rd day of September, ,
:
es between Sections and 5, Twp. 26 I"'. Walker, nimnir andxillrage l>..l of 'uu..dl __ .d. 2"(Ml. 1913.
2 m..llnK. ._..__ 24 00 'J I 10 Kunh Hiilarx'l I ,
n IIH
Range 30 E, running due north from W J. Nears, ally for Hoard_ 20.84T ..T of ruulI'H .mem-_ _. 2.0(1. A like resolution was also passed : Second Floor
art road to Lake East Tohopekaliga M. Murph, Count Judge T. M Itlxem" Hal] aH llielllaa I Citizens Bank
; and Judge Juvenile Court 37.60 bar of < OIIIU'II . . ._ 2 00-" correcting error in frontage abutting
J. Seam'! attorney for the Boardas John I'K\'IK.| Hupt.001' Karm 50 00 Ii II. Prathei.. Hal me man | Christian church. There being no further :
} instructed to I I. II IriKram. care prisoners -, 12.50 j I l h..r lounoll .. _._ ._ 200 I
take
the matter J. i K. Haxxlanltor.-- ___ 4000 C K Vow i'II. Hal inempilnthiK- business the council adjourned to :
with the R. R. company and get IJ i I I. <>\ l Henry Hulllvan. malnt allowed 5.00( ; Vallex (iaz.ltnotlre . .
| crossing as soon as possible. | 'J'M Murph, rout In T. J.Hlthw"I'r I" tax rex lei" 1.50 m. .
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A communication from Mr. J. i i ( case .._n_ __ 2.13 Z Hoheraon, :medicine: for J. :
W. THOMPSON
11'1| L. II. Ingrain, cost In T. J. I pauperKrattinltx, . u u 3 411 It AdmitsOf
n
(teffee in regard to the condition ofbe 1 Kalnwaler case . ._h.h 137 55 Mall. ,tent roe \uu- 12 50. J. R. G1LHERT President. :
road north of his J. I. 1I\.lr..t.. recording ,'atI C K TlHoli. feed pllBoniiR'Slate __. 7 ((10 I
... place was read ,| tl<- H"II Ki pORtaite 6 moH 511 00 Hank of KHH! Int onotitHlandliiK Clerk
. nd same referred to the Roard Super- C Stanford indue. to Poor I HI.rlpt to \ug 15'F 32 3D
: I I Kit i in . .53 M Hurd 1 t.aniH f..i st walk '4 2 no
[isor for investigation. i| KIN| Paler. & 1.llhl111111.. Mai'h IIUN' I<'am* tor St 1. work 51. lid No'Protection Debate
. I _ 'KlBH lumhei ,' ACTS ON .THE LIVERPodwon'H
Mr. Pat Johnston came before the I I water sad IlKhtB f,389I 0. lumber (or
: 1. Overstreet. reiordlng lint : lirlilmSo _. u _.. 3111> I .
3 and and stated that the people living !1 of land Hold lo Htate 25 00 Da (I.hi .'n lumber for I I }
:. Pine Dale should have KINK 1..I. Co phone rintII. 350 liililm-. ...-. 15.18
an outlet | J. U I''uslam coHtii In t'.). Ct I \\' \li MakliiHon: ('n indaei 211(1iaxeruh. .( Liver Tone Livens Up the I :
, ar tbe water which runs in upon said i iection < IIHeHIJ 203 05 i .. Hdw Co nut i.rial\ for from Fire Loss
. I. i n i.'..Ir..t. ......IBln Co ('I fire' am o hoUHe __ ._ 73.75 Liver-la !More Than a : .
from the north; and upon mo- (.I..H. . 44 40 I I.1 I It ',111.1. In1)( ; loll f."I'| St. I I i '.
. |'on duly seconded the Board agreed I \\ II \\ea\er. tare pauper 12 00 ,' lauds, 125 Oil 1 Mere Laxative. I :
11'
:- .I"HH"I MNia). tare pauper _ 12 (in II JellklllH. H"I"\ tl eH as ell)' 1
have the County Surveyor get the' \\11' Inl< Trading Co road MUp 34 62 I I'llKilH'i IW 25 (.III I : Is Of Even \
KlMKagon \\'UH plow beam i -A--.1.rtner--m.l. Hilpt\ K I. P IHIHI I \
vel ;
and report the proper place for and, ItotiHV 6 25 1'INN P.IIHOIIH ..al nieman KI..P 34 XII 1I Calomel was for years the only ,
F the outlet. \' II. Maklnxon Co rd. sup 34 62 ;, J c ItuikliH ,..I| llmman, 101.P fio (III I 1
'haH Cain. Hal lineman( ,; known medicine that would stimulate : G I
i'i. \\ Anhton. road pa)' loll 52121 I I .' 1 1.1' 47 50 renter Individual .1"
The Clerk '
was instructed to investigate 's ... .1"r
\\ Hit C 17r.; Co. mule (. .d 162 IK 1. iiardmr Hal! i liRr 1':1.1'' 1 75. the liver. But calomel is often dangerous '
- the change in road north of Mr. ' 'HI HilH Co road HUppHeH 25 *iOIK |I\' It EIIIH.HIII: \\1.0110..1..1' 50. (.Ml2'I .
1 1'.1: 1 Ient< a.< rip mail. ma*'hlne I 75 Stamlaid, oil( Co oil for I.: I. 1' M I and people are not to he blamed : .
tewart Tiner's place K; lax l.lir ,'.. lumlurI 237 {1 (jailo.k MK Co pkK for Kl.,1'' r.2..H. for being afraid of it. .
:- As to the road between Ashton I So Kla Lumber I'o lumber.i __ 19.61> .1. .1 I liinn. pimp "k for 1'1.1'll IS" Importance to You
t sta- \\' AHhton, HIIBM.. nl er. road, I,l\ 1 It 1 inilK: fl.lKln. stamp| /uiidmi Within the last few years many I, : ,'
I- and the I' .I.rH 1 u t IUr nrd 11> "IK I.
Jion Fla. East Coast R R, the |I'm) rollS \ 104 H7 P
medicines have been I
.. out to be used
\ .K Craufoid. runts In IUa.li tall .1 ; Iaele. \ptK for KI.P 32" put i : L( j
and instructed Comr. A. F. Bass to ,'11\ .'s N.. 5 no', ri.i 1:101: ..MI.m I.' r1. mall I for. I'MV r. !15 instead of calomel, but their effect .Is S
|.ake the matter up with ('apt. Hale I 11 I II' ( ;iilK't proH att.ind b I .\ rn i-11". I'o Nullwoi :
I Iho the boa(.I -not on the liver. .
( I VII\ il-t tlUlHi 7::133 1 I |, pal on sutra. 141): :3,00, It
ind see if a siding ran IIP secured on IHI Itch ,'u. HiipplliH. (m pau- I'xln(. I'1 Linn .'. hn". r., I The Kissimmee Drug store says that
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the right of way where township line >HI p*"I Ililu hoUHei Co road HUppli.HS __ 41 411 211"I I J 111..1 I I'.inn.I"pl| l hop. I. r.Mi. mij inK l the only real liver medicine to actually The County' industries ": .
1 KI .\uloK ''n uulae Hi. . III, CALL ON US .
"H dept
Between 25 and 26 interline
townships
I. l.upfir, niniM Tn'''HI IiI I 73 I take the place of calomel is Dod- ,
'
1 DO ; I.Ihn'.m H il Hiipt\ \\ I' MO" OH
I I. .lltllll'H WItIl..H'r"H Alt> .
ect of right of way of said F. MOH' CIIHI ) MltneHH 1'1'I..)' 1 .10 1 1I. \\ III LIeN sal! Mi i.mil ii \\' I' 4611" son's Liver Tone a mild, harmless For Real Estate Bargain 5 ,
|E. C R. R.., said line being a direct I. II Inuiani. prlH feed lull\ 66 hO I \\' :AII! 1.2 c lim;< ---------57 Co wood .III-ki In _. vegetable: liquid that they recommend It Does Not Depend On The ,
1. It KHIIIII'1 wardenKinn 501111
oute east from Ann ton to R. R. 1 \'alleCm.\ I. Kame. ..II.. him/ < opl. H Nil.tank) ( ,of.. KIN xx ood! lot take the place of calomel and which i Farms, Houses, : J
Io-k .111 2\16 f Ml7f ) .
I 112]
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and ; of
Tariff Laws
59 I"
The Board recommended the following \ I legal r.allrr 1 fI i Passage
N It I. U.ihiils, Hal for AUKUHtTano > HO 1 gives prompt relief in cases of constipation Vacant Property
I r S ( /thl1htul\ frt for Co 5 I ,
as cattle inspectors of Osceola .. .. 11 5(11r 1'\ .1 file < hl.-f pa) loll I
i John l > ,1.tr.( of paupeiHI biliousness and sluggish :
i
i for .r.lulxlfiti IN 0(1 Business Site
I < /
Xliilrtw Slmmonii road work > 0(1.T .
(county: W. P. Underhill, Basainger, \ I'l.lKitt Hal 611! Illl 1
HiaxengerIlihllHOII j liver. I.I I.4
I ii; 11shGnl. hltlli-r 1'.1'I'H '
.,, ., for Rent \\1
I 11 Property
II 1\ Hal) HtHXenCer (I Id7r ,
Florida B. F Cobb! Fort GardnerFlorida I \ roll > 75IK :J
[ ; | - - II :N Hi .itton. oral I fot'i'man Kt So confident is the Kissirnmee Drug But Simply I i
ChiiHriiold turn hr r ("HI
i I
Etc.
Etc.
; { ; Jus A. O'Berry, Whittier (" I. lt..ndfrt on auto IHKH 1 44K4 | xxi.iKj > 00 I Co., that they give their personal guar- :J t

(Florida. Jolla ItioiiHon. road wotkAlfrid 25.. j i' Pat Johnston representing Mach'Bro nice with every 50-cent bottle ofUodson's ,'' <
On the Of
KroiiHon road work fill Securing
\ Board then took recess till 1.30 p. m. n) It ItriHH. IIIH roods, 4 da\H K (OO I' .t ple l"ntt'fstatRment\ for horse Liver Tone. You can be sure Lid your property for mate 't

Board met again at 1,30:: p. m., all 1 J < li II'n ring iiutlau, land'. patt _pray t .on 12" 00 and buggy: detained by policeman J. I that you are (jetting: Dodson's by asking WITH US, a'I

[officers as of the morning session being ,: Praiik. l I'"H malnt !allowed 500 A. I.anca"tcr against protest of Mr : at this store if they are giving WE'LL PUSH IT!

| present J \\ I ThonipHon Iou rl..1( patip. )i\ r _8 rofflnaiul is.MlS 1 .i K: :Math and asked that council issue 'I you the medicine they personally : A Fire Insurance Policy! 1.I J 1.:

The Board ordered 450 2-year-old :M 1II'I"'I/\nd. mulnt ailed! 1JHO,, warrant payment of same. On I guarantee: to refund money on is unsatisfactory.Adv. -
..K..I.I..urnlll.. 4110) coplen of I.
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budded Marsh seedless grapefruit and J..urlllli'lfl lOnn C I'uhl :!1', 22 motion saul matter was referred to 38-lt i I .j

'' Cilof St (lotjd pro rata roud City Att '. for ailxisenuntCliaiiman I ,
650 budded Valencia late ) _
2-year-old
lax of. 1812 ___ _n. __- ____ 1t 43 11KlKHlnimee I =
a from W H. Brokaw at I ( 1'111r..nt! T.1.' Ricers, of Water I II
orange trees 'lt\ pro + +++++ M-H-fr+ + + I Town Lots We make '
fifty
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ISO" R1Cltlzeim
1012
IIIX.of specialty
M. the right to I and Light: ('ommitl'e. reported the necessity
$700.00 per reserving ( )Hank ofKlia. loan lOOdiii( { ") I !
reduce the order or to increase it at I II Cltln-nn Hank of Ktus.' loan _. loon HI of an additional well in con i THE to five hundred of all kinds .
KlrsfTfatl. Uank of St. Cloud whereupon STONE ;;
the same price. . loan _____u______., : 1.200000( nection with the water plant, + G, RAY
- 'The clerk was instructed to draw I Icitln-ns Hank of Kid". Interest 106 6T Dr. Rivers was requested to ad 1 11' dollars each of( Real Estate

a warrant I in favor of Frank Evans 11 I Pa4d the warrant various were funds ordered as follows.oanoellodfrom : vise council as to approximate cost of OPEN All THC ml I ;

for $5.00 for' maintenance. General Revenue ________u... 24041Q,, same. .' :I: of work and Insur
Road Fund ---_... .________-- 103345 of Finance committee t 2.50 to 3.50 day. Large tracts '
The clerk was instructed to draw a ,Kljii and Korfelture _ Sfif. 73 I Chairman wasinstiucltMi per :I:

warrant in favor of J. II. Outlaw for School, Fund Pund! 1 Xf'l 147! Mllo.ill 42t I \ to receive warrant from thei ., Special by week or month. + | prairie and tim ance. Your busi-

$12000:! as part payment on clearing '."" let I I.< an 2"S ;.1 I i county I..ued! in payment of the coon-. 4 "W [MURMUR Nip II. 0. PORTER Ml. ::1:

land at Poor Farm. S I'S II II !\u>'.. 2 I ,1,I 1.', ;71 is' ty'- ;pan 1 t on lonsti'u('tioii of public 1 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I :x: ber lands cheap. ness is solicited. ,

The clerk was instructed to draw s S I II :NoS ::1 1 111(11'I 1 'ftJ.i ditch On motion it was so ordered .}

a warrant |pl favor of the City of St I S.s l II II'> !No NoS .4 f. I 1 .r'JJ:', i i that the ii\ pa\ inteiest on cuiront - --- I II : I

'I....1"( 11 I |I7't'( I Ml l 1 wnlrant allied over by banks on ;
1 I Cloud and Kissimmc-e City for the 1 1'1 h., lax '..11..1.., x LI..n .. 11,.|"l Birch Mountain
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)r : : . II III Apopka Items II IIAt I room A barn two-story on' the Pirie house farm, just,forth ing.hunt to prevent outsiders from intrude, II Ii : Union r' II

of town, was struck by lightning last Mr. Ed.. Fuell and George ere still '
I the solicitation of the editor of: Thursday, the"bolt jumping to a wagon keeping bachelors' hall, Mrs. Fuell Rev. J. D. Wyandt' of Lake

the Gazette we will drop a few< 'itemi loaded with hay and setting it or I having not yet returned. len filled his appointment at Magda"1 I I THAT + t

of local interest and through, the columns fires The entire' barn was consumed Mr. Cobb and his son, Racie, were hours Sunday at' the Union ,
of .the Gazette let the outside Dr. McCall has ,returned from an school house "
j j on a business trip to your city: during 1 The Christian'' 'Endeavor was held, i' LIB it4.i
world' Carolina.
visit in North
extended
know In ot
that Apopka really
the first week Tuesday
'f : ..1. J of the returning The
at the usual hours Sunday night.
Mrs. Frank S. Wetherby and daughterMips
4 the..map. I
morning.We
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4 I .in charge of Mr. Ira H.
l I meeting was
made visitto
la located in the Ruth; a' pleasant
;,, Apopka beautifully : see no' particular requisition of.. Wetherbee. BTWEM

i u i': t';c.' ., highlands of the west Seaboard Orange line county of rail-, directly Hon.Tampa' W.last R Q'Neal week. of Orlando paida a railroad in this section, as Capt. i I Earl, the Jr. son of S. T. Barber, was
on (Johnson and son can all the
carry the guest of Bennie Gatlin Sunday
very pleasant visit to our town a
+ < -- --- '. -way.1eading.fromOrlando! ,! the county few-days-ago----- _j produce, that can be raised along the j evening ,
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seat, 13 miles to the southeast and ,, 1 'o i either tilde 'toyoureityInafew I"- -
\ nver ;; I Freddiel3.. Harvejr-was--th-'1
R and Jack Mrs. T. J. Smith halt as her guest fit
with the
connecting Tampa hours on much better terms than "
of Claud Barber Sunday.Mr. .
\ Miss Bertie Seegars, of Minorsville.Rev. .
sonville line at Wildwood. It is also 1 it could be carried by rail lie carries I and,
T. Barber
I and Mrs. S.
I / of the Florida Midland N. M. McCall, who has been in .
the terminus
direct from landing and in return of at ts
your daughter, Myrtle, were the guests
I Cuba for some past, filled the
1 and years I
Division of the A. C. L. railway, '
-- --., connects with the main, line at Kissim-pulpit j at .the Baptist church here last will bring your merchandise from I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harvey and family I II "And all I sit and ponderOf
\ ,.; i Sunday.i Kissimmee. They are ace: mmodat- :I I Sunday evening and at the Lawson all I've donsnd'ee
', mee. D. W. CLARK.Cobbtown : ing.sometimes being compelled to wait home. I'm happy now I saved my dimesIn .
Apopka is noted for the healthfulness i I I at landings an unreasonable time for :! The correspondent was a visitor the years that lie between."

";!;"r of climate and] pure drinking both goods and passengers. :| among St. 'Cloud friends Friday. ,:, i

1' water which is supplied from deep Peas are abundant on the planta- i| Mrs. W. J. Barber and children! were ANY A MAN. when old age creeps on, sits and recounts his ..
wells! and many have found relief i II tion, the neighbors sharing bountifully. 'among the visitors at her mother i

4/,- from asthma and other diseasehere 1\1 rs. Kuell returned home Tuesday I I Mrs. E. V.- McKee, Sunday. thrown assay opportunities and thinks of "what might s
after searching in vain from I the rockbound morning accompanied by her sister, "
I \ The weather conditions onto I I A box social will be given by the have been.
shores of :Maine i to the peaceful present Miss Beulah.News I I
,/ the Cobb mainland /pleasant and Y. P. C. E. society on Friday, September -
I ,I .slopes of California have been entirely -, : from Whittier says that John school father never had
the Union Center
agreeable,. Our thermometer has not I 19th, at Young man. your grandfather or even your
i cured of their ailment- in a few reached 10() degrees( and has been as Drawdy and his wife have been quite I house. Everyone cordially invited to the chance for fame and fortune that you have today.
months after coming heie s l'k. Levi Drawdy has about recovered ,
.%. low as 74 degree/ The cattle and attend. '
j 1 Located us she is, light in the heart /gouts are in fine winter meating order from his attack. Thse people I Let each and ever'oi\'t\ bear in mind Fortune comes to but few without an effort. Honest industry,

of the citrus fruit belt, Apopka enjoys! and the horses keep fat on very little living; at a distance from Kissimmee the box social which will be given Fri- a slight deprivation of seeming luxuries and the early adoption of

i a l large output of the golden globes ofoianges I grain. The Patriarch, with the aid have learned to do the principal partof I' day, Sept. 19th, at the Union Center the saving habit are the certain-sure road- Igns that point the way.
and grapefruit annually; in their doctoring, and it is seldom
school house. Each and every one of
his boys and additional hand
: ranks in the forefront I lof one I that a spell of sickness is fatal with I
fact county
I Orange 1 has set out about eight thousand to- you are welcome. Come and bet ac Begin by darting s Savirir Account today-
of the state in the production of them. ,
will
( ,1 mato plants and most of them are do- quainted. this Bank offer many advantages that we
citrus fruit. It appears to Rex that a cattle inSpector i I
ing well. be clad to explain to you when you come.
I Apopka has splendid! hard-surfaced should be appointed at some
ii roads leading out in every direction, Wade Lanier and his wife; and two point on the river. Cattle are being '

j and automobile travel is extensively little ones stayed with us a few days crossed into Polk county from this 'II Narcoossee:: ] STATE BANK OF

!i enjoyed oth l by her citizens and those during the first part of the week. side said river being the dividing line,

t who have occasion to visit our town, Wade's wife, Maud, is Mrs. Cobb's I I I and no method being employed to as-
the ; daughter, and the visit was much ap- whether is made A launch party from St. Cloud visited -
) and besides! it is directly on great I certain the crossing KISSIMMEE I I I I
I highway leading through from South : preciated by us all. The lady in question according; to law. There is a law reg- I Mr. II. E. Page and family Mon-

f ,I Florida to the north. I i.s both sensible and agreeable, I ulating this matter and it would appear day night and was most royally entertained -

With these few remarks to inform I and we procured much valuable infor- to me that means should be by them. The evening was Capital 50000.00

the readers in regard to where Apopkais I mation from her conversation with us. I adopted to enforce such law. I spent in dancing and other amuse! Surplus $30,000.00 Depositor's Security 130000.00
The children, a girl and a boy, are ments. Refreshments! consisting of
located, we will now proceed to give Seine fishing on the river has commenced I Officers and DirectorsC.
'' some personal notes of our busy two of the most wholesome lookingkids : but the Patriarch has not de- sandwiches, ice cream and cake were
people. I in the county. j: cided whether he will fish this yearor served. Those present were: Misses A. CARSON. Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice Prest.M. .
I We informed that Miss Bessie Harriet Barrett Glenn Gill Ruth 2nd Vice Prest.
a Gerald Wilkins" opened his new ice were not. He is such an enthusiast over KATZ
f cream parlor Saturday and enjoyed avery I Lawson was teaching at Campbell'sand i i truck gardening that it is a little Hackett Rena Fowler Olive Allison, ROMA THOMAS: Assistant Cashier

i liberal patronage from the public that the discipline which that doubtful. He is a straight-out fisher- and Messrs. Bert Baxter, Dr. Geo. I

at large. young/ lady enforced was causing rapid man, however, and should the truck I Parker, Ted Baker, Harry Todd and
advancement the students and Forrest Wright. Mr and Mrs. Chas
Ha rod's new restaurant is doinga among ''farm appear in any way unfavorablehe
the impartial manner used in the enforcement Feathers acted as chaperones The -
splendid business and fills a longfeltwant may go back to the water for en-
in this place. We are glad tot of reasonable rules was couragement.The I party was /given in honor of Mr Bak

t know that the management is meeting much appreciated by the patrons. heat during; the month of September er's birthday, .
i Miss: Bessie has earned the to C. W Bruns
'' with such success. right is generally a great drawbackto having( spent a couple
t Ernest Liebing is figuring on build- be termed an able teacher, and her successful! fishing; later in the season I lof days here on business for the Nar: ,
: many friends are pleased to hear so I coossee Land Co., has returned to Cincinnati -
ing a new three story brick business i they can work to better advantage -
:. block with two business rooms an the good a report from Campbell's. Edu- REX. to start next Tuesday with a R. S. FLOYDr
,i first floor and apartments on the second cation is of such intense importance as I' special car of homeseekers.Mr. .

r and third floors for the accommodation : it refers to the youth of the present I Sackhoff of Cincinnati has

1! of guests either as a hotel or day, both male and female, that it bought 35 acres from the Narcoossee
rooming house. The plans have not I should be the wish of parents that ::11 Orange Center II I Land Co. and started men grubbing.Mr. .

as yet been fully worked out. their children should be governed in Sackhoff expects to build at once. GrocerGet I

I',' The new concrete cement plant re- i such a manner while at school as will Mr Gazette: I J. B. Houser and son have returned
enable them to derive the greatest from Cincinnati. Mr. Houser has
? cently installed here has begun to turnout I have just received a letter from
'1 '. work and are making a high grade possible benefit in learning.Mrs. I Kansas City, Mo., telling me how dis- I started building and expects to put up
And I of building blocks and brick. We are I : Seaver has been afflicted with I, l'ouraginjoare conditions in that territory several houses. Mr. Chas. Padgettof our prices on

; I\ glad to have this new industry estab- : a severe cold during the past week, The letter reads, "All Cincinnati is doing the /carpenter

a1 I lished here as it means more sidewalks ; but not serious enough to cause un I throughout the middle west we are work. HAY GRAIN FEEDwhich

,, and better hone in Apoplid. easiness. completely burned out and conditionsare Mr. C. E. Alligood made a business ,
M. T. Anderson has just about completed i Launches are constantly passing up I very discouraging. For a radius trip to Kissimmee yesterday.
and down the river to and from Okee- we make a specialty
f" his new machine shop where he I of 300 miles surrounding Kansas City
.' p expect to begin at an early date to I chobee. I i farmers are hauling water and are I Another reason for the high cost of

f r manufacture the New Dixie gasoline I Cane stalks measuring 8 feet in selling their corn fields for $1.50 to : living is that the three-by-six garage

l engine, which he has protected by height are plentiful on the Cobb plantation 2.00 per acre." I has taken the place of the chicken
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patent.' What a contrast between that coun- house' the back yard.
:', t Fish continue in abundance-big; I The reason can get so'much I I
1 and Florida. We have you
i The American Realty Co., of A pop- try our may
f.\\ ;:.','"'.i.. ka, has'Just put on the market a new little, young; and old. I some hardships to undergo, but there ,sympathy Is because you couldn't raisea r
-' Mr. Cobb is trying to raise tomatoes nickel on a million dollars]] worth of
i is. time but what
t sub-division known as the Liv, Oak never a we can get I CHATTANOOGA
sufficient to furnish the $$13.20 [
i Park Sudbivision, which they are offering country. water without hauling it for miles, F
at remarkably low prices in About eight thousand plants have : and if\we have other miseries we can - of
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already been set out, and he professesto it.No. AND RETURNAccoo
4 building lots to purchasers who wish I keep comfortable in our misery. Comfortable -
I be not much more than half 666
climate and of water.
:t t r to erect residences on same.: This is : He plenty nt of .iflQB
through. contemplates
an exceptionally fine location, lying I II makinghis Are greater; blessings possible? Thereare "ro: -
within two blocks of the postoffice, and hammock land and the gathering numbers of splendid people up I Thla ii a prescription prepared especially ,
G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
t of the products therefrom take the for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. -
'i is the choicest property on the market there who go through the hot summers Fire. or six doei will break any cue, aDd
f here at this time. place of seine fishing. t and cold winters thinking nothing if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
? F B. F. Hawthorn has begun_ to pick Our Democratic rooster is well of it, but who would make splendid return. It act. on the liver better thin via
: pleased with present weather condi- Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
his crop of cotton, which is a fine crop I boosters! for Florida if they could beconvinced
tions. The weather has caused the
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j minnow and tadpole supply to run ideal. Atlantic Coast Line LOS
I I munity. conditions are BO nearly tai
) : B. F. Wilson has re-opened his gro- short, and he professes to be awfully Once convinced of that, they would I Sprigg FlemingCLEANING t.rkPU

t cery !store in the Lovell store room tired of dry corn and peas.Hunter's move here at )least for a season, and TIckets Sold Sept. 12th to 19th. Limit Sept. 27th.

where he will continue to meet his paradise has been established one season in Florida would ,make Extension of Limit to Octo her 17th may be arranged.
si I with smile / on the river below us, but the them If I possessedwith I
many customers a pleasant permanent. were
Stop Over Allowed Side Trip Rate
and a glad welcome. the eloquence of Col. Bryan, I PRESSING
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1 Mr. and Mrs. D.: W. Clark report a think I would tour the country at DYEING nol THROUGH TRAINS SONV1LLE-CHATTANOOGA (

S t delightful visit to St. Augustine last large and preach FLORIDA. I heard REPAIRINGLeave For information or reservations! call on
week, when they visited the Ancient If YouHesitate some one say that the only rumpusin 1.i/
W. C.
GILBERT. Ticket Agent Kiwimmee
I s City. 1ea/ v"n'of recent years was causedby !

I I.P Mrs. W. G. Talton and two sons sic to Have a man that went there from Flor- will word be c, lied pt my nor house and returcei'and clot". es A. W. Pritot. 1)) 1', A J, G. Kirkland, D. P. A.
ida* He wanted to back home I Jacksonville Tampa.
expected home this week after an absence come
of about three months visiting! Your Shoes and 1 they detained him. : Satisfaction Guaranteed ATrfire.

in the East. :Mr :Matheson has about completed )

Mrs. W It. McLeod was shopping in RepairedOn his house in Sec. :34. .

,, 1 Orlando one day last week. This is court week in Orlaodo and ''II Chit;

t Harry Ustler our popular florist t, account of looks, you :Me Bass, the deputy sheriff of Orange

has rented a cottage from the American don't know the kind of re- Center is busy catching blackbirdsfor I

1' t Healty (Co., and will move into pairing we do. We prom- the county cage. .
same this week. :Mr. and Mrs. Bonney were Orlando
ise in
advance
to make your
t Dr. J. W. Winkler who here visitors last Sunday.
came old shoes look almost as i A Cut on Freezers
last March to die with asthma, hash Mr and Mrs. John Miller started
entirely recovered and has again taken good as new and at a very last :Monday for a visit to their old

'; t up his profession. as veterinary burgeon remarkable cost. Unlessyou home in Indiana.Mr. i

9 and physician, and i.s kept busy have all kinds of good 1 C O. Guenthel has returned to One Quart; cut from $1.80 to $1.50

lately treating horses, mules and
; LL i ' tIe. He says Apopka is the only plate YOU SHOULD away are expecting to have a nice die Two Quart, cut from 2.25 to 1.75
.. t on earth he can live and he expects to play of products and vegetables from ziesI

td 3 build a home for himself and wife MAKE THE OLD ONES LAST Orange Center at the Orlando Fair. I Three Quart, cut from 2.75 to 2.00

here at an early date. AS LONGAS POSSIBLELet :Mrs. Cooley, of Boston, Mass., was v

r Mr. William Gage has just completed a visitor to Orange Center a few days 'Four Quart, cut from 3.25 to 2.25
-:' a new story residence on a lot he us show you how we back I
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i 4 ,i, purchased from the American Realty make old shoe look like :Mr. H. S. Allison and mother, of St. Ii .

, .: Co. on Third street, and his wife will new ones. I Cloud, were Orange Center. visitors on i Jelly Glasses only 30c per doz. while they last

't soon come to join him in their new Friday last. I '
home. I A. Witz I I 4 Prate
I Thomas has about We all take our good luck as some-
.a Deering just com-
I e pleted his new residence on Sixth I .SHOE REPAIRINGand I thing that is coming to us, but we are Ross Graves' Hardware Store
v always howling about our bad luck.
I, 1 street and will move into it as soon HARNESS WORK
r it Just back of Citizens Bank, on There are two kinds of men who
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" Darlington avenue. I can't do a day's work without their I
the
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, vs' residence of J. S. Rackley, near the ,! glasses. j

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IBPTEMBER 12. 1113 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEfATT : .. ..-. .
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L NOT1CB' OK I.TTKNTICtaf TO APPLY rnenta C A. Caraon and O. A. Car.on. ''I.' I -
KOK I.KTTKHS I'ATKNT I Jr., and Ell .bth\B. Carson, 'penoh- NOTICH FOR PfBLICATIOKfDesert .
.i; .ildan and .- ally, known to m. to bs th* ': ,
Notice I.' b.rebyglven that th* .n-I i described In and who peraoni Meat .f fke ...*..... V. AVI.s! .4 :
derelrnrd Intend to apply to the Qomor .. foregoing article of executed the Ofnr St Oalarsvllle.; Flerisa, .tf. : :
tc ." of the State or Florida on Tu..- I upon being" duly severally Incorporation and trssbrr, .. I.1S, '- . ;
I 'iT Xiaaiauaee day. October 7th 1tI$. for letter patent acknowledged before sworn they "
following proposed charter. thereof for ma the execution Notlc !. hereby given tbat'.J.r..mlah ,
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on the
use and
FNri 1 purpose there W Parsons of
C. A. CARSON"J. in expressed Louithman 1.lorlda..ho ,
1. on April 29 112. made '
M.- CAU80N. Homestead Entry -
C. A. CA RH(IN. JK. September. J. 1818. Serial No. 010604 for TownsbJp SI

I ELIZABETH n.. ,t;ARSON.ruoroKKit ROMA, THOMAS South Range 17 East. Tallahassee Jiferldlan -

3, M. D. (,.. MICK OK CARlON (Seal) Florida Notary at Public Large, State, of make, Commutation has tIled notice Proof'of Intention to establish to : z10

CATTUe (,COMJM I". My commlBBlon expire :March IS claim to the land above described, be. PRUPERTY.z
1115. fore Clerk
of the Circuit
i &1AN and SURGEON Court. at Kl.
c :ARTICLE! I. STATE OP F1X5R1DA slmmee, Florida, on the Hat day of
*p Oaceolt. Pharmacy The iiana of this corporation ..bAlI'C.A.RtiOl'tIuCATTJ.JQ COUNTY OF ) October. 1915.C'lalmsnt .
-, S3 to.,- CvMl'AiSY.: and OBCEOLA. ) : name as witnesses" : -
residence hOn- - _. _
shall thl a" Kdwin Hogmnrot -
s It* principal place, of buslnesa bin i.110pp.i'I be. LnuR-nma-nVFloridC: '
f Office 146 t*. City of KI..lmm.c.ollI.. ladmlnlater fore me an officer duly authorized to ter Thomas, Florida.F. Braddock; of Orange Cen acrei tplcndid land quarter mile from city limit Over 5

In ountyj such ,filaee Florida or places with In branch the Stat.offli of_ menta J. M.oath Ca.rson and personally take acknowledg known) Richard Uauslng- of Loughman Flor. acres clearctjL; Four-room house good deep well of pure soft water:

INNPHYSICIAN 'Florida Citato *and r In tber' foreign. place countries In the a.Ualb4.. tho ed to me in and to ba who one executed of the person the describ. ida.Clifton L. Lowry, ot Lou hm.n. Flor jut nile place to grow a fine grove and run chicken ranch and do a

,. ( lJlr"cto.J' determine.AIITICLK article of Incorporation, and foregoing upon beJnlf ida.. HENRY. a trucking: business, and haye; advantages of high school church'
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CHUBB.
IL duly Strom acknowledged privileges and good rlteta Ask and . ,
before 88-Mpd m* price terms.
i I Floor WiUeea BuDding.FLOM. The K_.ral nature ef the buslni.. me the execution thereof for the _, Register.NOT1CK .
to be transacted by a ald corporation! and purposes therein expressed: use FIVE ACRES
Nttl shall fce felly, sell ssanare. lease and September 1, 1818 : TO CREDITORS ,.
I P7. devnlop land and conduct av general (Seal) ROMA THOMAS : Just quarter. mile from city limit, pretty location. fine view of

.roal estate bualnass and! te buy and My 37otOTUIS caromlaslon expires: March 1*, HIS HI COIHT ( F TUB COUNTY JIDGB town cleared fenced and in cultivation good well. no build lIP,
eel) lands on Its own account and on
STATE: OF I
l Ij ITT T. UGOTSEY' commission, to build on. own, Jmpro... I OSCEOLA FLORIDA land owned by a non-resident. Just ready for crop. .
and ,develop lands owned. by cJils cporatlon. < : FOR COUNTY.
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'I I FORTY ACRES
Ari'l.M'ATIO
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__ ., to manufacture lumber timber DIcED FOR TAX
PATHICsidence J IY.101.AJl naval stores, cross-tins, turnentlitimber ". mn ni-i\KHAi rM: >KH HKCTIOV< aye AN1: !. re Estate nt SAMtKL: J. IOt.'DERI.1 Forty' acre two miles from city limits splendid land good for
I KTATI'TKM' <
,products. and to lease. hire. own > op I>ereae4To .
Phone 274 and act...) broker. aetM 4KC .asent In I TIlE HTATK OK KI.OHIUA. all C........, Lrcatees. Distributees CItrus fruits or trucking and farming. easily put into cultivation. lesi

%t Office Phone 98 ,the pitnahase, sale, sBanufarture and and Notice la herebyijiv.. that EDGAR and. all I'rrfom. kaTlsiB Clalsss .r I>.- than half mile from station. Cheap at $25.00 per acre; favorable
disposition of real property p.o- ..
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doCId'g ducts thereof and cummodtlies. good.. cate JACOBUS purchaser of Tax: Certifi i .d. ...1... asia KslaleiYou termi.
No
;Xinm>ee, iFI.. wares and merchandise" of every kind I of July., A.10'.1 I). and 733. dated the 3rd day I and each of you are hereby noti
Includkns" naval *tor.... blackamltl. cates In 1611 has filed said certifi I fled and required to present any claim 23/ ACRES
and cooper's, teals aitd Implements and cation. for my office, and has made appli and demands which" you or either .f Adjoining city limits. very fine land 6-room house. 3-room
|.W. SIMPSON mill I tool. and Implements of i all I tax deed to Issue In accord \ ou. may have against the estate of
.' BMW.surtH to operatfnmd ,conduct aw mil .. I anne brace 'With liDfoiloM law. Said certificates em I Samuel J. Souders. deceased late of I servants' house good two story barn cow bam chicken house over
planing mills, and all ImntmiMS Incldetherrttu. Ing d'fxrlbi-d property Osceola County Florida. to the undersigned besides beautiful
situated In I' 200 bearing'orange Japanese persimmons
DENTIST. to buy. rale And Mell cattle Osceola Count. Florida Execvfrlx: of said estate. within trees
and ll\e stuck of all kinds, to pvchnse .- Seminole wit. Certificate Land No. 301 Lot E6 erf to'1 two years from the date hereof shrubbery and fine shade. Can look right down Main street from
r* in Katz Build tog. .d..al In beef M.d beet products: & Investment: .. I Val..d July aist. A. D. 1.1S. I
own. hold andsell Jands for pasture l4uIIdI'Iiion| | of All exe,,ivt E% of MRS 11AMIE SOUDERS. front door. This is owned by a widow who: liven in Pennsylvania,

l \9&.m.to12fl. and tu cuttle range, to vm. ..n. operate lcaae. I utah. R'/ of 8K'4: of Section 83 Township. I G. F. KRl BBS. Executrix.Attorne3d and will sell for $4500. on favorable terms.
_ BURS.No. i l:30to6:30: : p.ni hire. use and maintain docks --wharvi I land 26 South. Range So East The said 58-it
> 16 Jun 6. ITfvW. elevators, premus tunic* and etorage being xnneBsed at the date of !.. I 80 ACRES .

facilities and of every tolls Jtltttf therefrom and ;to to recelprnfltn buy. of BUAT W.ce L of Jnccjbtis such certlnvalp; Certlflcate In the No.name 783. >C,TUK CRUUITOII8I One block from railway station 4 miles from Kissimmee. handy

CARSON sell bundle. for It* .eni account or i on I'Lot Lot being 8. mock 275 St. 'Cloud. The said :\ TilE ('OL'RT OK TIlE' COt'3STYJl I to school and church. Five acres bearing orange grove. 6 bearing
and I IktndH all assessed at the date of Is
turpentlsrottln
cuinmlimlon.uf naval atoms timber and agricultural suance of Buc-h certificate n the name U(.K. !STATIC OK FLORIDA, I grapefruit trees and 200 young grapefruit trees also 15 acres more_ i"

DENTIS1 .products; *o operate stills andI I of shall W. be Jacobun r..de'm..d. Unless said certificates i OS( <:OL A tOITY.. land ready to plant next winter to fruits. This is an excellent: placefor
for the msuimfacture of naval according to law
Cole's J wtryStore I m..hln"ry stores products of r\er> descrltlon day tax d of.>cd( will Issue thereon on the 6th la re Estate .f hILTON A. (....ItK a big commercial grove so convenient to shipping facilities.

ce Hours: 8-02. 1-6 tu erect for and the maintain vturaKe tanks of naval aiwarehouses \ October MY A HAND I> 191 AND a.V'TTNF.AR fFFIPIAL la tei-u all .C..d...all"..persaaa.. Lc.
_ Office phone 166'Residence Mores .and cotton and 'other .produc SKAT thl. 'Tith AT Oaof'KISf
28ai and tu iMCalnst IsHUe storage the same or warehouse" to compoundand rrclpU ",'- I J Repten-iher.L 0\T5RSTREBT A D 1P13. and each of you. are hereby no- We have any kind of homes or investments desired. Cor-
*
,lred for extraction-of teeth reline oils; :au .....mifacturtown.. ,37-4t(!Seal) Clirk iisceout Circuit Court tilled claims and and required demands 10.which present you any ortlh..r respondenc esolicited.NELSON -
County FloridaIIKItlFK'H
buHell und deal In barrels headlnHsta "
I of you. may have against the
\ ". ntllls. i4ppllsi .nnd m"l..rlah.or mate of Milton A. Clark deceased, late REALTY COMPANYBack
E. PARKER similar kind., to buy sell and deal ,: 4l.R.Under of Osceola Count).. .Florida to thaundersigned I
_ In Kroc-erles. dry ,;ouoSa. hardware and Executrix: of said .-.1.1... ,
r and bv virtue of of State Bank KISSIMMEE. FLA. -
build buHell an execution
rnerctmnfltee- to
klndM if
_______ IENTISTI i all lease: manaKe. own: control hire: I issued out of arid under the Seal of the within Dated two AUK years Jth from, A D the 1913.date hereof. I
Circuit
Court In and for
.I OVER- OSCEOUA MMRMACYjra charter or operate \,_<>)s. tramway" Osceola Coun MARY C CLARK. I
ty. fVventh Judicial Circuit of
railways, 'b.ldlo'J.hl..r.... enKlnerars .. the State 18-St
1- : 8-00: to J2KK: ) Noon r or other vehicle. or means of. of KVortda dated 28th October 1110 In _. Executrix. ,I IOTI
of the ,Mxiducts of property a certain case wherein" Azellne M
transportation '
1 :OOto5WQP.M.ii. : Campbell :\ ( E OF AUMIMHTHATOR\
and Owen" N.
.own..d. crtmt-rollsd or msnifsctured Campbell are
held 1>1 said' runussuny or other penuns I plaintiffs find ,V. H PavBur; Is defendant Fee ..- t..bsrg.r. I c. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
1. or corporation In connection I with 1 have levied on and Kill on Mon. .::11 1 COt'BT OP COUNTY JUDGE rTATW I
S. QBTGERriirsiaiAN the tuIii.wt fif this '.,*tTip4my but nol day. October ,. 1913 the same being a OF F1.OMOS- OS&'EOLA COUNTV. j jre

_ _ AND -eonaao to use iialll mean of transportation for< LcKal Sales tasv and during the legal .. Estate .< Cearsje II. I..ey, *ee...- Waters Carson
{Citizens Lank! Building I the purpose of dolnn flu.bunine... ol a hours of nale offer for sale. at Court Ca.Notice. The &
cumm.1I currier to rafe. roduee. b"y. House door In }KlBBlmtn, Florida. and
iKi aimDl'e. Florida .11. ixchttttue and d""l In tr. "$. plant I Bell to IbmtiIgI.t I>"'d'r.l for cash ; I. hereby given to all whom
HI shrulm ....' ..aIB and any mid all ktmol followiriK r"'al istati lying and '.th"l It mav concern, that on the 16th day I
or December A I) 1913. I shall
z' Office at? or 64 OiKvolli Countv ,, apply
__ \'eg'tabIe .products and citrus fruit Iin Kloilda. lu- It
___ I" the Honorable T M Murphy. Judge
l t re' .... haand !Kratn. arid lu doa I oni-rmlf undivided Inti rent of th.. Bald '
enter, 265. >4JjI fruit if said Court as lodge of I'robate fur
_ \v H
Savaim.in and theV> GroceryCompany'
K"II.a' ,l .erect operate and maintain a I SF', oT Section 24. Township 30 South the estate of George H. Ivey deceasd -
.pjk..kliiK. how'tr packing houses arat of Kanne 34 East the undivided one- .. and that at the same time I ...nll
:l-J AGPCW w. CSAWrOI catitiliiK fact ory for fruits. rntatH ..nd half interest of the salil W II SaMiK''. preSent to Bald Court my final account. I
,'tablH rtf all kinds. to produce tuy : In and to the :N\V % of NWli of Section of
\ef< "IB Administratrix said estate, &ndask Wholesale and R etail Dealer InGROCERIES
I
TSANEW JZ CRAWFORD or vtherwisejucqutre aWl: .sell or othei 18. Township 29. South of Hanje 83 for their approval. I
wit,' dl..'....*. of the pniduclft of such 'I F.n8t ; all l nf the KW<4 of NAVfc SEW of DEL1.A JVET,
fr..XI1GRNEYCATLAVLDm. / I .paC4< liiK <>r tanning Tattorv or fac- SWV fWVi of !PK',4 of h,'c- %7, irnofmopd Administratrix
torlt H. packing I hous or packlnhou lIon IS. Township 2?. South" of Ranice' !
*..s. tu subscribe for purchase- 33 Hast the. S\VV.; of N W V. of Section'; I '
*-4'-, CKIien. Itank I 1I&lldl.1I I (...h.... own" hold for jnventnientuthirHlHe or ,' I (. Township[ 29. South of HanKc 33i .1
Umee >Florida Hill and dl.I...... uf 'and make i 1".1.' ami tIm N\\,14 of S\V14 of f-ertloi 0> <00 <00 <00 tQo 4) oQo .oQo + + G-3'-- 'O-C-
adv.u-ntImI.? upon, aiuck**, < bare. n.tif p[ J1 South -\ S

L>ou 0000000000000000.000000000. . . 4o. . . . . . . ....
). GK1GER. [ orporntluns .
'id f ">-\ ,,1'' iutalfM nrlKlnated ur engaged I In amounting to principal interest and | DOLLARS AND CENTS: I 000 .

_ or pursuiriK an) one or more kinds of I itoHtB tn the rm'3:5 H.tHil4l! and the 000 WE SELL: 0 WE BUY:
iiusinwNS. or objects Indicate llurlhtr sum 1 (10 Interest sinceI | I
.ATTORNEY-AT-LAW herein ur purposes ow nhriK or holding any r>ro(- Cain.. was" ._""d. making' the sum of: <. + 000 000 + e) 000 + 000 000 000 000 000.4) oQo 0 000 HAY 0 .
|U.224 4)1) 000 HIDES .
,irt\ uj any kht ij mentioned herein or j .
State Bat>; Bulking in\ cmriiuratioil. owning, : ur holdintock I I. H. IKJGKAMSh I I The value of the newspaper to the 000 GRAIN. 000. 1 .
I
of' such corl riff 4 f 'Oaceola CooTitKLorlda. I
Kisa.mmee.: Fiond* .*r' ubllKwtlonn while lb.owners ap\ ur Jtlll,'. A .J"..'.H.. public whether represented by the 0 000 FURS .
and
oratioi' !
)l .
'p FERTILIZERS. .
holders of any .tockB.. 100..8 or obllBitlbns 1'lalntiTT AttoriMS" 37-5t man who juggles with millions or the' . C
-0. F PARKER. to exem.|f>e all the right' ,. I 0 0 WOOL, .
towers j i nd prhvllefieB or ounvncjilttt I onnesi "' PL'BI..CATlOfW man who counts his hundreds is not i 000 SHINGLES 0 .(

t .ttt reof i nd 10 ex,rcUe. all and any I :alculable ill dollars anti] cents. : 000 000 .
AtlorBjty-at-Law.. rotlnx in>wers tier-of, to veil. mutt ..4 THK ('.Rt'. !tOl'RT OJ'TI1II
swli-let. &g.hire., lease ,or The man hose name is never men 000 ORANGE BOXES. 000 AND .
"!*(. pi Jl Dlt IAL. "_t t'lT' UK FIAISUIA.a .
fCollecMs W! Con>vyancin| .;.,.ii\ey I..... property of this ourporatkr I !\ ANn fntsjt H> t'KOL.A 4:0Utli- I tioned in the is a failure from 000 0 .
,anY iiait thereof at will and to invast 'I't IM: (OHA.NCKK. papers I 000 ORANGE WRAPS.4o. ALL .
Specialties.fiBroadwa tfit pleasure And hlucki 0 business He be
the firoreeds
standpoint-
be detemillnvd ibibe M..G. WAHIV AMD W. D. ED'I.5.C..plsIa.sis. I a may a 000 0 .
as rnal.
*'. b-la-wn manuer. ; to uduct any part oC' . good: man an important man, and a 000 VEGETABLE CRATES 000 COUNTRY '

Its k.usinaI and IA' hare off c... ant> learned man-but he is not a busi- : 4" 000 .
igrm'les ajid to r8)ploy offl.*r* and TIIOaiAS W. rAtVMEHL s.d all s esswaarlalsslas ., oQt' CRATE NAILS. 4 PRODUCE. ..
,F. KR1BB3 agents at such plac v* In this Bante.amitbrr ; .. Isrtavest nsider lbs .4>MTkvsanas ness man. .
8tat_ or fort lI'n count-Tie aft W. rw__...r tkerwliM s.d 0 .c '
.may l.e requisite or *.ec asary if or the all ..her s>eTss.s latsslsis SB Imttmt t Any man who hat money and a . . . . . . e . . . . .. . . ...,..

,.wlii. D.I_......
log tni. need. 6f *aA! >!<'orporatlnii
Extuninatiost Titles a $pecialy.lotifioption ,/1 i."*,,$ tty tbe ciet.'renlno.l In th iig-: It appearingby affidavit appended l1ew paper. That is what space is We sell a eld and garden seeds of all kinds.: "

and payment of taxes of: retion and 'Ikdrment *,f the Bourd for oXrectuvB !- lo the B:II of Complaint filed in abov'ated .- for--to sell' for so much per inch, to We give special attention to fitting out hunting and eamplmg ..*.......
u> Acelve peANrnent .cap .. W
.. Palmeris
; .u. that Thomas .
.on- aidont.a jrwei carefrJatttention. lal MtMk:. subs -rlbed for In i.imtev or a non-.....Id.nt 0 fthe State of Florida advertisers. ] Free delivery in city Un tL Phone No. 12.

.1s propurty lal or or _vie... at ju.I'', whiMe residence: is unknown and But every paper that is worthy the j i We are county agent for food fertilizers. A.II..* fir dremlan s W
tlii-rti'or In tk e illscrftiui\ ui ,
sluatloii th.it there are other persona Interested price on fertiliser. ,
KtiKmenf of the Board ..*: Ulrectort to In the prqperty described in the Bill 4HTCotiplaint name has space. that money cannot I .
I utjke vo tracts uf any H'lnda wbAWu.v filed In this cause, and that 1
> columns of reputable
1mnlf
AT JOHNSTON *' fur the f; -tli<-rancie of its juir- I, the names of such other persons so Interested news a 441 I 111.1111.1111111111111 i n 1111111111 911 II M lilll''
lMlt.eH or bxlHlnesa .ifl'lUdiIg. iiKreemurMr a.,- unknown" to the Complainant paper are not for ale. When a man'sname
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW I .. 4-untractH Io..t..n I li. HH| in its columns
mentioned
ot is news ,
Indlvstdualx Of
aitlMJi: nnd Bald Bill 8! Complaiort. af-lnst aucsi Prnldtpt Yie'Pr..id.nt IIeentuy
10-11 Citizens Bank Bm'dingasimmee the IM n of bust.non. -
I wittitlunB Ki ,ally.r unko>3wn defendantsIT it IB because it baa news value. But''
,,, ... to.lo any andall ,
'po..I1.
h i/f this c JS T1UREFOHE ORDEJIED: that
Florida I IIf. titi'igs %'...1 ar' or mar t,., ne. ('.- Thomas \V 1'almer. and an persona the fact that his name is m"ntioned.l :

.%rtr ..r..r to i .. clone. i* r th' fui'ncruitve claImIng an Interest under the said und mentioned repeatedly, in'reases'I :
I uf nn' pur}.uH. H of ftnlR c'orporntitlI I 'l'homasV > aimer or otherwise, and
LeVIs C HASMftrnsel I .r ITO ( WASLOV. I ..r for "nrr)' ">c TOO ..fTtct tb. I.nil other' p"r.>ns claiming Interest the importance attached to that name. : LUMBER CO.
tear Judos vf thCrimtsjd I
urK. li"irtK l""r..nl.,1 described property.
IW.JI the
I In following
hunJr ,
I.rida R. c-.m. Court AXTUM.t: 111 I .situate, :'n the County of Oscocia, .nd'' The newspapers, Rive away |I'

[ .i SSEY .t WARLOW The ......11..1 ..11I'k uf the orpora- .(rate of Florid,. to-wlt .-dn of thouwands of columns of >aluaVile :, :
I 11011 Kan l h,' T. o llllik'ltid KillTho>l- I Ir:1 The Ncrtheaic; quarter cf Secllon a.i. I
s.ntl tIllS l>ollarB) tu bi' li\ld" >:d :.. Township 26. Range 28 East. ] spate' each year. They give it' :
ATTORNEY, AND COVNSELLQfl ::::: T v ThotiMand ll\t. M\irilr< d J* appear to tlx Complainants' (Bill of without. money: and without .price, I.e-I'| 48 Rough and Dressed e. I
,.. .
*x LAW ,_laren of th' par \alu< of One I Ut; >..)ilaint hircir filed on or before the
(11'.1' l1ull)"" H .....-h. w hit II Malrl .u PuRl It,,1.' HIM tn Nornher. A. D 1HS to- .'I1I1H(' the men whose" names' they are |I :
1 S r..cUc. ma, I Bit the # day
.... lorkU before the public have become,
bcfors RjUlnlaston.
i United Slat. sJao / "" "''''1'1)' '. Ioal..r ... s'r'i.'cM at a justiluiltlun told JiH will tn uilc-n as cotfeesud. "ilacmir
:I Com".Ic". .NI lh. lnt..tat. Le- tu lie luvil liv" I Hi') /I IHr:\ ,'." mit the ( omMtjij Let in.MhiK, ailed forth.t his <,! I-I. CHAHIJ.ITOH BLI*. ORLANDO. FI.A.WI" 1''' rp..*.'. I ( twelve '121 co&stcutl\e weeks In ('adinj? public.It .

: .. HTJ"I.Jo: IV the. KUcimnm. Valley iazitte a newspaper may be) that one i IB an astutepbli-
'r\ .. term It.r whHri, tliin, i rjmi nttn flshall I pulJlI.) .:.."". In skid Os< MDREU JOHNSON .-x 1st shall I... \'I'lu..1. of Kenrral. circulation .in said County. ician ; it may be that another J" a
AKTIll.KThe : V \\'ITS!':"!; Jaii-s M Ifrktns Judge divine another },e a '
fiffttira ..oritori Hhalca ..r said, Cir ufl (ours and my name a. prominent ; may I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
| ATTORNEY ND COUNSELLOR AT Law 1 I... i'rcstl.nt. a'i. ,.- "I'n.smint. KM Clerk| th r. of ji-jj tit official seal of noted educator; or one may have disoereci I
Tr-amut't :ttiil u buftril of4u.t hit 3ithda/cfjul\] ', A. I).
it; < 'taj \ n MOld ( nut I. I
Will Practice in all Court I I.'H. 'than three ,..>,1'' moii, th.. n nln. I 913] : C a flOW star, either in th. 'F

State and Federal I ln I licttirv Tin. ..U,(',." "r Stcrif.lix A. ''', ,1)) ) I'iVERSTREET 1 : 11 iea\cns or cm the "tatfc; one may be' : iiiiiiii t I I I I I I I I I I I I I U S I I I I I I I Ii I I I I S S S S SI-I-Ill-i
T.' atuirei' lnabe In 1 UI( I li\ fin.' a".11I li i k mt Circuit Court. '
meet adjoining Broadway I... Mil..... |n.r-...n Tin. Hc..ml ir I'ini ; I i' .KHIfl'i- Ii! It-gistatot I another a I bankei. one a
Cten. Bank Kl8lumm..e I I.,i M Hhall .In. HI.Ii'cted nt tin an'itial I I5t(4'I'II'1 Sdi( f.r '.r ("' in I' t .7 ,t* ',, -hmriing lejalllllht. Whoe\er or whatcei !'
_
j s nuitlnn 1u In In Id In tIm.mIt. u" 2. 1't"
\. of KllMlmm.i' iwtinl.i Cuiitiiv --.----- thev it Ic. ju--t us oon as- they
"'1.,1<((11. on 4ln' I third Mciiidu In .Tanuv \oini.: or .> ii'n N I-i it' 'run of, mteiest to the" public I
y of ,.a,,,h ) 0'111', ,hi. K I ri n In i. 'in II h" \ ui! I I'lir, Plaal 1)151| barter.IN (dci Thompson 14 tbi'. \. .irc-frciK' mtntioneil) in the n<-\vicolumrh .
milling "cf t heMkhoMiiM THE H. G. SIEVER
1 .JIIIIE
1'ntll tin flrwt nniiili 'I III; < '11111 I HI 1111'1'\ I
.il.i.M. of the .
I pre'sVtb
offn
. \ . and until th.' s u..i i:ult i m'i .'l'4'lIluI' ;
rn"nll".d'lIr. ..1.,1 arid '|1unhll..1 attim. and
\ thix) jiublicitunpaid
FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
.' niHt iliitlOII I till. riff,. il i ....rpurutloii nliall In (' \ c'.. rsmi c.f'rn.Miarly 1 aho.-ay... unappreciated REALTY COMPANY
I ..\\llllmn '>. ( II.a.llrr.|]
I'r .I..I..J :M ('cr500. \Ui' 1'ri" .il'l ntS ,. re I.f": find himself
and C. . CIOn" lr "it-.r-tnr. Iv T'n nnun Ii.I i Siitlc la *n ,M 10" tl' ( IC.. lu all whom I (lit' pciliticinn would soon
w and O .\. that, 'n, the rth day fir.Innll. clmneMiuld -- - NOT IN THE TRUST .
( ,\. ( /l..II.. ,I M: ( 'm sou It man coriiTi < (i\t I'm 1 iloulvi the pionnncnt -
'nrs.fl .Jr nml lCMziiti I h I H ( '."M"" .. . \ l I'> 1"14' I shall" appl\' to
LICENSED EMBALMER ImIr, dorM T hi BIOI."kliulfli$ nh.ill n"t, Hi'' II..nut il.li, 1 M Murpli.( JU.Kof, \ fin I hi' ('onjrt'll1llon fallmjt 10,000 acre Stock Farm a bargain if taken at once,
,11"r KlRHlmmi i'. ( mi i...1.' Cuun I s.iid ( 'our'': ns .filii!:' of l'r.iate.' for the noted educatortiuld
:
In thi ntbi
off I rice,
rttu $5.00
\dmlnlstrHtor r i i' per acre. -:- -:- -:- -:- -
Opposite Courthouse F'lorliln. the offlct uf IhH m ,11nrmiti.n mnrial t,) on Haturda\. ( 'utolur 2rth. nf tin I .stntt of \\lill.un H i-l.andlir.I Ittill \\ tiifonic I lckh noted The: star in Prairie Land Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands, Timber Land
time
In' thai nt tin' same
CIS8IMMEK. FLORIDA. I !Il II: fur th. piirpoMe th of.. iidoptinK"r""III..II I !<." (ilor Ji o. an.." .K..l.1, anil to! niul 'ourt my ni.al ac- thf ha\1'1' tnifht( shin as brightly
h"'H and inniplitlriK if saId! 1"le."r..I Lands at All Prices and
thlH ('o..orllI..1I I I IAHTK'KR niintii ,in Ad'nml"lr..t..r litit no oricwould be tho tvier and on Easy Terms.

-. amount VT.of \Inili It, .dn. u .* -,I< rlr ''htir, .ipproal1'nti 1 the "tai on the stage nould fade into 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value

10 Tin which' hlKhmt this corporation shall nt oily II ,\\- W CIIAVDLKF':\''milltr.1I0r! 1,1,1 unt\'o The legislator would close for other real estate -:- :- :- :- -:- !
I
Itself Bhall \le Klie HunI !!4.1 inn t ii'
: H. JENKINS Om.Buloj..1! Thousand 1".lInr. (J100( .doo'( (0) -- -- -- hi" foll wer-. the banker would find I ,
d red roits! -
'"IIC !; ro ( itfcin
SURVEYOR The niimis ARTIPI.B anil Bldenci VII s cf the\ In- | tOl'NTV' It lICE hi- deposit decreasing and the legal Orange Groves all sizes and prices
lIE
riiornlorn of this corporation tnIher 'I\ tullll 4)1I litfht would find that his sun was set- <:
.. with th. amount of stock ....bIIcrlh.,1 f I sr/Ti: (IK KIOIUI1A KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
{ for by each are aB follows | OH* KOI< t ( Ol M'\ tinjr!.
Fraternity Hall Kissimmee Fla. C. A. Carsun KiBBlmmee .'lorl LEWIS H.
150 i sharesJ. Florida I. re Emtmtr of the public. If its news col-i I
Jacksonville. | to
r. M Carson. Dlstrlbatees
ro all c.r"dlfoLe: <<-'ee. i
141 shares -. sad all. I'rrfomm- kavJas; Claims or Deiasda umnF were for sale it would .belong

"!fiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiYiC. C. A. CarBon.. Jr. Klssltnmer. Florida. ....... said Ustatet only to the business office. But to be I -
180 sharesClliabith
B Carspn KI..tmmee.Florida. You. and each of tu you.present are hereby any claim notIled efficient the news columns must and :

F. ThrasherSHEET 6. sharesC. A. CARSON.J. I nd ou. and demands may required have which agaln.t you.the or .estate either of of will continue to belong1-in a measure i D LEITHEB'S L INSIWCE JIGENOT

M. CARSON. : '
C. A. CARSON. JR., ][,.....Is H Cohoon deceased late of Os- -to the public. How large \\I measure .

METAL WORKER KLIZABBTH B CARSON. C,eola County Klorlda to the, undermigned within- can hardly be calculated for it is I Ia
Executrix of said estate n. Oldest and Lr.r.*t Insurance Acetic Jn CHcoU County

Steel Ce1UD a Specialty.P. STATE TDK FLORIDA.- ) I:wo" Dated years July from 30th the A.date D hereof U18. rnoa.-ure that is, paradoxically speak- FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH

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-::\ I AM A DOLLAR! A little ageworn, perhaps wI but still in circulation. I am proud of myself for be-


.' ing in circulation. I am no tomato can dollar----not I. This town is only my adopted home, but I like


', it and hope to remain permanently. When I came out of the mint 1 was adopted into a town like this in


' ,!I another state. But, after a time, I was sent off to a big city, many miles away. I turned up in a MAIL


i ; t ORDER HOUSE. For several years I stayed in that city. Millionaires bought cigars with me. I


{ didn't like that, for I believe in the plain people. '-- Finally, a traveling man brought: me to this town: and left r


', me here. I was so glad to get back to a smaller town that I determined to make a desperate effort to stay.


J One day a citizen- of this town was about to send me back to that.big city. I caught him looking over


; a mail order catalogue. Suddenly I found my voice and said to him--he was a dentist, by the way:::

I; "Look here, if you'll let me stay in this town I'll circulate around. and do you lots of good. You buy a


big beefsteak with me, and the butcher will buy groceries, and the grocer will buy hardware, and the hardware ,


J t man will pay his doctor's bill with me, and the doctor will spend me with a farmer for oats to feed his .

M't horse with, and the farmer will buy some fresh meat from the butcher, and the butcher will come around to-


r: you and get his tooth mended. In the long run, as you see, I'll be more useful to. you here at home than if


you'd send me away forever."

t Doc said it was a mighty stiff argument. He hadn't looked at it in that light before, so he went


,I. and bought the beef steak, and I began to circulate around home again. Now, just suppose all the other dollars +


1 I- that are sent to Chicago or some other big city were kept circulating right here at home you could see


; : l this town grow. Honest, now, ain't I right?


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CLARK & MEIKLEJON D. R. BLENIS, GROCER FRED M. BASS M. KATZ

i ; Real Estate 302 Broadway __ Phone 92. Hudson and Studebaker Automobile Dry Goods and Cl thi.C Corner
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KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE

102 Broadway AGENCY

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4 HOTEL MANHATTANG. LEITNERReal G. M. TAYLOR .
B. Poe. Prop. Estate and IDsuraacet.. .f Up-to-date Cash Grocery CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE
w", AcroSs from A. C. L. Station Fraternity Hall .F' Broadway and Midland KiwmlDee, Fla.
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I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY OSCEOLA BICYCLE COMPANY DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
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Furnishings and Notions Repairing 105 Broadway 5 and lOc Store 1
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KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY &: SON .
.L-;. Everything for the Home.J. COMPANY Grocers .'
E. Rush, Manager. '.. ir* 6 Broadway '
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W. B. MAKINSON CO.
i W. G. HANKINS HUNTER LAND CO. Hardware, Cutlery, Boat Supplies. .-.' MRS. E. E. WELLS
Real Estate, Insurance, Reab
d i Adding Machines and Typewriters Real Estate and Machinery., 203 Broadway
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DIXIE THEATER
J. W. PRENTIS
Pool and Billiard Parlor .
14 Broadway Being remodeled and enlarged. Pianos, Organs, Talking Machi.a
Sewing Machines
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OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. BROTHERS
f NELSON REALTY COMPANY MACH
. Builder Hardware, Farming Machinery Good, Shoe and Notion Phone 113
:-, No. 9 Darlington Avenue and Honsefuraisbing No.: 45, Cor. Main and Park SL Livery Feed Heavy and Sale Stables .
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MUNGER LAND COMPANY
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