Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 19, 1913
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00612
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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meeting of representative business There Is no section of this country
men was held in the council cham- 5 that is better
adapted to the growingof
ber on Tuesday night for the purposeof Vegetable's and fruits than is,Kis '
discussing the advisability of establishing -
simmee and the territory Immediately );'
.. a sanatorium in Kissimmee, surrounding it, but there I is one fruit "

which resulted in a strong company T that lead. all, others In both profits a

being organized, and a committee appointed -/ and amount produced--strawberries.

to perfect the details of the i There Is no question but what Florida ..' ;r

plan. I r soil and climate excel that of-aU tt'
Mayor J. W. Lilly was called to the other states in the cultivation of

chair, and in a few words stated the strawberries, and there Is no question,
object of the meeting and requestedC. but what the',soil of Kissimmee'and '

A. Carson to fully explain the de I I I the territory Immediately surrounding '

tails. Mr. Carson went exhaustivelyinto TilE OAK GROVE ON SOUTH VERNON AVENUE-HOME OF JUDGE it I. peculiarly adapted to their cult 4
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the subject, saying that a great MURPHY. vation for that fact has been demon'

sum left this section each year ow- strated beyond the least doubt by
The above cut is to illustrate ;
ing to the absence of a hospital or san- the natural growth of live oaks and moss on the spots of high hammock land In Kissimmee. This site wa' many of our truckers, though on a

atorium, that rightfully belonged to 'I acquired by Judge Murphy over 25 years ago, and the growth appeared the same then as today, only enough having 'been cut out several small scale..
to admit the house. years
Kissimmee, and that aside from the ago of the most in tropical the growth, together with a view of the lake to the east and south, from the 12-foot-deep veranda, make it on S> B. Aultman who operates an ex-
humane side of the question, he spots city. Especially on moonlight nights, which are so uncommonly many in Kissimmee, the fascinating shadows of tensive garden In the western section
lieved it would be self-sustaining be-I' the swaying Spanish moss and the gleam of the moon on the lake, make a charmingly romantic scene. of Klsimmee,. says that his profit

a short while, and possibly pay a -- ......... - - h I from strawberries last season were "'', ;
dividend on the investment. He stat- --- -- ..,. J' greater than from any other five raits '' }s

ed that Mr. H. W. Thurman had offered or vegetables he 'cultivated. '' *' .

the property known as The Inns I CITY COUNCIL REDUCES TAXES S. T. Fantler,. owner of. a,five-acre,

on Possiel! avenue for the sum of garden in Plnedale made Immense

$7,500, and would take $2.500 worthof -- ,returns from a,small patch last season,
stock in the company. "This building and this season will set out ten thou-5

i i1 ," said Mr. Carson, "is not exactly THURMAN Only Twenty-two Mills Levied For the sand plants. #
what we want, nor is the location the ; KISSIMMEE M. Miinger set outlive hundred

most desirable, but it will answer the i Year 1913---Reduction of four plants last season' In his garden on a"

purpose for a time and as it has four- j Mabbette street, and gathered .884

teen bed rooms, two large rooms that ir r r BULKHEADING MillsValues Increased Nearly CLUB CO. IS Quarts which he sold Van average. ;

could be used as wards, a large room of twenty-five cents a quart..
on the first floor for an operatingroom I And dozens of our housewives have

as well as all necessary bathrooms LAKE FRONT Thirty-six Thousand. .'assisted greatly in paying the household -

toilets, etc., also a small house : ----- INCORPORATEDBUILD expenses with a small patch of

in the yard that could be used for negro -I,! strawberry plants There has neverbeen
patients, I would favor buying it, At the session of the city councilon the following sums will be needed during a time when even the local market *

especially as Mr. Thurman will require -I Friday night last the rate of mill- '' the coming year for. the following .wa ,overstocked. this fruit, ,

only one-fourth cash, the bal FOR SIX HUNDRED FEET age on real. and personal property to ; city purposes: $10,000 HOUSE and we must admit that-it is grown '

ance in three equal payments in six, be paid as taxes for the year 1913 was I For General Revenue Fund $7,549.71 here! at a time when the,highest prices "'
fixed at 22-a reduction of 4 mills i For Street Fund '' :
twelve and eighteen months." - 'po 5,593.67For ,". preyail in the North.
from that levied for the year 1912. | School Fund '- 1,078.09For Then it is strange1ndeeI' that 'our
i This will give the council the Fund
sum - 1,437.47For people do not give more attention to
C. L. Hyatt, Dr. II. S. Geiger and CITY TO INAUGURATE A LAKE ,
of $15,093.41 to pay the operating expenses Fire Department - 1,437.47For SHORE-CHARTERED its cultivation. It is one of the easiest
others, Dr. Hyatt making it plain thatit ,
was in nowise to be conducted *PLAN FOR BEAUTIFYING of the city during the year Electric Light & Street STEAMER ROSADELE FOR fruits grown, it's inexpensive, it requires ,? ,
as a
closed institution to OUR WATER FRONT. 1913, as well as $16,530.87 to pay the Bonds - - 718.73 USE OF MEMBERS SEEK- little attention, the yield is
any or I t fixed expenses, that is,.the interest andi For Sinking Fund, Electric ING PLEASURE quick and the money returns certain.
any class of patients, that all were! ON
sinking fund on outstanding bonds and Light & Street Bonds The time is
i i 2,874.94 here now to put the.
entitled to enter it suffering with This week Harry W. Thurman who THE LAKE.
any I I promissory notes-a grand total of For Interest, Water & Sewer soil In condition and to order the
the Kissimmee'shandsome
malady not infectious, and employ owns Graystone,
any $31,(>24.28 on a valuation of $1,43(>,173. Bonds - - - 1,796.8.3For : plants Let not a day escape before
physician they might wish, regardlessof all-year hotel, and also the
'1 famous that reach from the As. stated in our issue of last week, Sinking Fund, Water & When L. A. Hamilton came here you begin work, and before the holidays -
being member of the staff I
or to some it will that twenty- Sewer Bonds 718.73 from Canada arrive will be
appear - last fall and purchased I you shipping strawberries +
railroad to the lake six
not. Further, that the and purchased
two mills is an exceedingly high rate For Interest, Street Paving I property adjoining the city of Kis- in car.lots to the eastern markets
city, would' be requested to make acres of land adjoining his gardens i!
i of taxation hut when it is taken into Notes - - 1,437.47 simmee on the west shore of the lake I : and receiving in return bags of (
monthly appropriations for the treat- from W. B. Makinson, which now gives I I I ?
i consideration that property here is assessed For Sinking Fund, Street he little thought that he was layingthe gold.If.
him of six hundred
ment given those unable to a water frontage
pay. I 1 at an unusually low valuation, : Paving Notes - 5,031.14 foundation of a schme that would there were only a hundred acres
At this stage of the proceedingsMr. feet.The I| it can be understood that in fact taxes For I Interest, General Notes 3,593.67For result in the building of one of the planted In strawberries In and around p
Thurman moved question of beautifying the
a company be here are much lower than in cities I Sinking Fund, General handsomest club houses and golf Kissimmee, our city would double in
formed with lake front has been discussed by our ;
a capital stock of ,,
$10,000 II where the millage rate is less than it I Notes - - 359.36 courses to be found in this country, population within two years' time and "
to be divided into 200 shares of $50 people and.the city council for lo these
is in Kissimmee. j but he did lay such a foundation, and the question of our continued prosperity 1
each. The motion but the question has always -
t with many years
was adopted I One of the reasons why the councilwas f Total - $31,624.28 he laid it well, for in this issue of the would be forever settled.
out a dissenting vote, the roll was I ended in just talk. able to reduce the millage is that I Resolved, that the following tax i Valley Gazette will be found the Ar- Will you be one of those who

1. opened to receive subscriptions, the But there is one man-Harry W. the last outstanding: bond against the I rate be, and the same is hereby levied ticles of Incorporation of the Kissimmee join the "Get Rich in a Season" will

following pledging themselves to take I II ( Thurmanthat tired of just talk, and I cemetery has been cancelled, and the upon all the property, real and personal I Club Company, and among otherof and make your city spring into prominence i

I Chares at par value and pay one-fourth he is one of those who believes that electric light and water departmentis described in the assessment roll its objects to be is to build houses I as the home of "Strawberry tpiI
(down the remainder in six the only way to do a thing is to do it,
twelve and
II for the and jLand"7We
1913, follows and
on a self-sustaining basis if not year as : develop improve property. I II i ;
he decided) to bulkhead the lake front-
eighteen months: ..
making a revenue. For General Revenue Fund, '5''/. I The property this company has ae-I herewith append an' article
ing his own property, and then, pos-
Shares.IL The fixed expenses of the city is the mills. quired lies directly on the west shoreof I written by Mr. E. D. Putney of Avon e
W. Thurman ____h.n___ sibly, the city couhcil would see the.immense
40 and For Street Fund, 214 mills. the Park
result of laying sewers water lake adjoining the southern limits which tells in detail how to
W. B. Makinson ____ ___ ____ advantage it would be to our -
-- 10 For School Fund, % mill.
the of when
mains and paving principal streets the city and comprises about plant to plant, what varieties }
R. B. Porter _____ ________ 10 city if the entire front was walled, For
Fund 1 mill.
-- Sanitary ,
-- brick to plant how to
with vitrified improvementsthat eighty acres-a more beautiful or pic- cultivate, and how to
C. A. Carson ________ 10 and get busy to at least the extent of ,
----- ---- have already paid for their cost Fire Department, 1 mill. turesque place not to be found in all market this delicious fruit: ,'
C. L. Hyatt ______..1________- 10 calling a meeting of those who own te ntimes over in the way of comfortto For interest Electric Light & Street the state.
W. G. Hankins ____ ___ property fronting on the lake and
2 Bonds mill.
H In
-n---n our people and increased value of Plans have already been acceptedfor Florida the culture of strawberries -
J. Z. Roberson ________________ 10 obtain their views in the matter. our real estate. !For Sinking Fund, Electric Light & a club house to cost not less than differs materially from methods
N. C. Bryan _______ _____ __ Mr. Thurman had workmen busy
4 The following is- the resolution adopted Street Bonds, 2 mills. $10,000, and a golf course the equalof followed in states further north. Instates

II. S.'Geiger --_____--_______-- 5 yesterday sinking piling along the by the council fixing the mill- For Interest, Water & Sewer Bonds, any in this country. The building, north of the Ohio river, the ;
Henry aT. Bass _____ __ shore line of his six hundred feet, and
*- _______ 2 : 1'. millsContinued besides reception parlors and lounging plants are put out in April or May,
J. W. ___ when the wall is complete he will be- age V
Miller _
___ 2 will I
uuuu Whereas, it has been ascertainedand rooms, contain ten bed rooms giving needful culture during the cur-
Harry Hunter ___UhU_____ 2 gin filling in above the hig i water determined by the Council, that ( on page 2, 3rd column) each one of which l is to be modern in rent season, carried through the winter s

E. L. Lesley ___un-__________ 5 line, which will give him a distance I I every appointment. Around this house under adequate mulch, fruited I

P. A. Vans Agnew -__u_________ 5 of some two hundred feet beyond will be planted every variety of flower I during the following July and either "

L. H. Ingcam: -----__:.____--_-- 2 which he can now safely use. It is and palm that grows in this section, renewed for another season's fruitageor

W. B. Crawford -____--__--_---- 2 ibis intention to use only good dirt )I and In every way the premises as well else plowed under to be followed by (t '

Rull Bass -u-- 3 for filling, and on top will lay a turf I OF TRADE ai the house will be made most pleas a fall crop of buckwheat, tomatoes "

B Dickerson -__-----____------ 2 of black soil, the kind that produces BOARD I ing to the eye and Inviting to the member wheat or rye. Florida' season is

F R. D. Waring __________________ 6 I such a magnificent grassy lawn ass' is MEETING MONDA *. ,much shorter In North Florida the

H. G. Siever __________________ 2 found in the Graystone yard. The golf course will be rolled a. plants are set in August and September -

J. D. Clark ____nn__-_+;i.:.:.___ 2 This wall will in no' wise interfere I smooth aa.a floor and the splendid fruited during January February 1

R. W. Meiklejon __nn__f____ 2 with the canal Mr. Thurman had built The regular meeting of the Board of Trade turf, already there will be made Into March April and May and the fe "#

[a lawn as beautiful as those aroundthe allowed to grow up in crab grass or

Total _____________________ 137 (Continued on page 6)) will be held Monday night, and business of ex- he.mes of our own Kissimmee peo planted in sweet potatoe. com or ySs A

It will be aeen that two-thirds of thestock .remodeling can "be done The Inn be discussed. The ple. This coufse will be in perfect some,other forage crop. f ''.
has been subscribed, and but will be transformed from a hotel to treme importance will pres.ence condition by the time 'our tourist In South Florida planting is done
few arrive for the winter, and that in not earlier than September 20th and '
'very of our people have been solicited a well-equipped sanatorium. of every member is requested.S.
Many who signed the above A meeting of the stockholders will itself will be the means of attractingmany if the season is not favorable'plenty '

list stated that, they were ready toI I be held Monday night' at .the council J. TRIPLETT President.C. people here ,who have been I of moisture present,'it is advisable to 'tq}?

double their subscriptions if neces chamber in connection with the.Board F. JOHNSON,. Secretary. spending thelrwlntet1'at other places. 1 wait till October 10 or 15., :'The first /i\

J sary. Anyway,, enough ,shares: have of Trade, when ofacererp1U; Tbj; elected This company has also'chartered the I fruit ripen'about December 15, and the"',_ A .... ,

,been, takento, guaranteethatwithin. ; ;)I ,,an dartlcles of!incorjN} >rtloi\' of the (Continued'\\on; 8)) '(CoD.t1nueclroD.pap"'8)... .. t'I.Jt; s't, ,,,
b7a short time,'or aa aoon .. the necesX. 'Sanatorium will! be adopted. .., ; page 7". 'Y: I :.;: ,. it.o. ,',
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Ii$tiI Ii Retrospect or Looking Backward t3RAYST"NE GAR7 ENS.

I .. ---Also .Forward '"COME.REASON LET TOC6TERFriends US I REDUCES TAXES. Railroad Ave. and Dakon St., Kitiimmee, Fla. the'bMt
.A pair of shoes ever
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Now have ready for setting out: '
,j 'b for'lhe"money. Wo are'clos.
;' if we will look back over Note what this ditch actually cost (Continued from 1)) ,L \ Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants : J
Bell Plants ..hoe'stock to. ,
out 'g1
shall Cauiflower Pepper leg our our
the "City Book of Records" we the tax payers-$14,000.00. I .
:' "; :t" .ftnd-leaklnanaparent.J.soleaksap.par -- - iowrreader..liyotLaZataxpa! er For Sinking Fund, Water.. & Sewer. j : Tomato Plants' grocery: department more room and

nt, trickling from our city treasury even in a small way, or if you have TJondS""Tnill: -- ----- ---- -- I vAnd; will wain have-celery:and-all kinds of'Teareta hie J pluts -this .ale-! will continue loa.finish..,',_

r .a' .. under our present superannuated the good.will of your city at heart, I For Interest, Street Paving Notes, : that grow. best in this country by 100 or 1000.. "to.. ? '

,;b form of civic government.A ,know this hurts.It 1 mill. Enquire of NICK: ROGERO, Supt. : .
i For Sinking Fund, Paving SHOES CHARGED
brick culvert was erected some is an open, festering sore, and ,' S"NO
eastern end of will continue to remain so and It will Notes, 3% mills. _o. t-oo . $8.45'
.. '" few years ,ago at the $4.50 Men's Tan blu. ox. -
General Notes//: :;Ztt I
bill for.atten- For Interest ., .
not cost doctors'
contractor who was constantly ,
i 1' our city by a -- 4.60 Men's Pat blu. ox. .' 8.45
put under bond, for the sum of $325.00.The tion. Look steadily at this picture; mills. 4 1'
For 'Sinking Fund, General Notes, ger and freight traffic from Maytownas trip rate of $25.00. Tickets will be 4.00 Men's Pat. blu. ox. S.1&
( first heavy rain destroped the cul- bless the Dads who passed a genuine LJ"t
,; vert. No one responsible. gold brick to the cotractor, constructedfrom U mill. far south as Kenanville, a distanceof sold during the first and third Tues- 3.50 Men's Tan but. ox 2.45 I
Total, 22 mills. 72 miles. Construction work on the days in each month up to and includ-
hard earned money, and in Men's Pat. blu. 2.45-
{ Pay up, Taxpayer your 3.50 ox. -
of Resolved further, that an individual line'south of Kenanville is progressing ing December 2nd. All tickets bear
.' A surface sewer was built on Dakin many instances from the sweat Men's Pat. blu. 2.45
3.00 ox. -
''i s avenue\ at great expense. The sewer your brow. Bless and curse not. No license tax be imposed upon all per- as rapidly as possible and the run return limit of 25 days.
was faultily constructed, therefore one responsible. sons, firms or corporations engagingin of the train will be extended as soon In connection with the above the 4.00 Men's heavy DampproofElk
F;!,: washed out. No one responsible. Smile, as when you have the tooth- I managing or transacting within the as the roadbed and tracks can be putin Pennsylvania Railroad, in connection - - 2.85
," I city the several occupations of professions -, condition. 2.00 Men's Tan Foots ease' 1.45
Pay up, Taxpayer. ache, and pay up Taxpayer.The with the Atlantic Coast Line, will sella
;, A general sewer system was laid only mitigating circumstances named in Chapter 6421 of the For some time a train has been ticket from New York and Philadel- . .

:. down. Sand, in wet weather, per- pertaining to the big ditch transactionwas Laws of Florida, Acts of 1913, the 'operated between Maytown and Chu- phia to Jacksonville on each Mondayand $3.50 La. Pat. But Ox. - $2.46 .t
colates through the uncalked and un- the minority report of two of the amount of such license to be in each 'luota' but Chuluota has now lost its Friday, from October 6th, 1913, .
l o cemented joints of this sewer, causingit inspection committee, who came out case fifty per cent of the amount imposed distinction of being the end of the to February 16th, 1914, inclusive, at 3.50 La. Tan But. ox. - 2.45. I-
I; by said Chapter, and the same line. The train now leaves Kenan- 3.50 La. Pat. Blu ox. 2.45
to clog up and back the filth into in 'a manly manner in defense of the the rate of $35.00 for the round trip.
.4 certain bath tubs and closet bowls. people's rights. They were not in to be payable and to be collected by I ville at 8:45: o'clock in the morning, Tickets well be limited to return up 3.50 La. Tan Blu. ox. 2.45.

\ Septic tanks were built, which are favor of ;wrapping up the gold brick, the Tax Collector in the manner and and arrives in Maytown at 12:30: to and including April 30th, 1914. 3.00 La. Tan Pumps 1.86

}fi, covered with water in wet weather. which had been awarded to the con for the time therein provided. i o'clock at noon. Leaving Maytownat These tickets are not good in parlorcars 2.50 La. White Canvas pumps 1.66 I
+ Had there been sufficient inspection tractor, in silver foil scented with rose Resolved further, that there shall 4:45: p. m. it reaches Kenanville or sleeping cars, but are availablein
t;', of this very important public work water and presented with becoming be imposed upon any railroad company ,Ion the return trip at 8:30: o'clock at reclining coaches of this company. 1.75 La. White Strap Sandals 1.00

these troubles could have been avoid- thanks for contract work which had pany doing business in the city, havingan i night.-DeLand News. The value to the state of Florida of And' many other grand. values w.

: Jt ed; but as the matter now stands, no not been accomplished according to office in the city, a license tax of the rates mentioned will be of incalculable I cannot mention 'here.

F one is responsible. specifications. All due praise be ten- twenty-five dollars, payable on the i value and it behooves every I II And some very startling values in

1 f So, keep paying up, Taxpayer. dered to them. I first day of October, 1913, for one year LOW EXCURSION citizen of the state to promulgate the I groceries, notions, etc.
A defunct council allowed marl to I Any city which buys a great portion I from date thereof. information to every correspondentthey
r be laid for sidewalks before an official of her supplies in a retail market Resolved further that there shallbe I RATES FROM THENORTHJNO I II Ii have in the east and west. Of COME AND SEETAYLOR'S

grade was established. Later the marl thereby making money for a few at imposed upon and railroad company course, the Atlantic Coast Line is giv-
t condemned and ordered torn the of the tax in whose tracks extend into or throughthe I
was up. expense payers general i ing it wide publicity, as shown above,
laid without duet be of for city of Kissimmee a license of i WESTTO
Concrete was then deserves to shy money but every citizen can be a factor in
; i I"' inspection. Unscrupulous cement con- civic running expenses. Mr. John twent}-five dollars, payable on the promoting and creating travel. to Flor-
tractors played on the credulity of the Lee advocated, when he was a city first day of October, 1912, for one I da in the way indicated.
householder and laid sidewalks of no I councilman his last term, the appoint. year from date thereof. ALL POINTS IN THIS STATE .

account. After which the city contracted ment of a city buyer of supplies. Resolved further, that during the -
I i,. for a large ;amount of side- Then the tax payers would receive the year commencing October 1st, 1913, I
I. walks. Specifications good; execution benefit of competition and be able to and ending September 30th, 1914, a
t \ of work faulty. Contractor was not buy in the cheapest markets. This license tax be imposed upon all persons I
I 't- under bond, which would guarantee was sound business logic on Mr. Lee's firms or corporations engagingin
,i 'I F\,. his work. Although you have in the '! part as it would stop a great many or managing any business or occu- I OF TWENTYFIVEDAYS.. The Valley Gazette

,,1 :, past paid for your sidewalks, in some !(I leaks the taxpayers are now burdened pation the object of which is to entertain -

i ;. instances twice, you no doubt will be ,:, with. or amuse the public, including I Opens a Bargain Sale
1 kti I called upon to do so again, as no one :I If a study of what has passed regarding circuses, concerts, theatrical, vaude- I The Atlantic Coast Line publishedan
,3 r r' is responsible. '' the gross mismanagement of ville or minstrel performances pic- interesting; table of low excursion '
So, look pleasant and pay up, Tax- '', our civic affairs does not convince the ture shows or street carnival shows, I rates from the North and t 'Nt to That Runs 30 Days

4'' payer. taxpayer that a radical change is necessary and all other kind of amusement or Florida. |
a Some $636 paid for "outside" detec- I then let him forever hold his entertainment shows, whether shownin I In the current issue of the Purple ,I

tive work to secure evidence against i peace on the high or low rate of mill- a building, or under a tent, or out Folder of that company, a list of
gamblers and blind tigers. No doubt |I age or the high or low rate of property of doors within the city, according; ( special round trip rates available for I As this is the season for cleaning up old stock and making
to the schedule stated below said license room for new and up-to-date goods, the Valley Gazette will fall
Y' the intentions of our ex-mayor were j i values; as when the money reachesthe I home-seekers and others, desiring; to
,4 good, but no convictions were secured. treasury under the present sys- tax to be collected in like man visit Florida prior to the Inauguration; into line by offering a
ner as other license taxes. of winter tickets is announced. These
t Again, pay up, Taxpayer. tem the taxpayer has no assurance
+ .'; Some more defunct City Dads madea said money will be expended expeditiously For street or carnival shows, $500 I rates apply to a large number of Flor- p t Thirty Day Subscription Rate "

N contract for an open ditch running or economically. for each tent. ida points. ,
west to south through the outskirts If, on the other hand, the taxpayerswill For circuses, $100 for each 24 hour From Cincinnati, Ohio; Cairo, 111.; of One DollarTo

{ I ( of our city, the same to-be at 19c study civic affairs as they flourish The theatrical, or vaudeville, or min Danville, Henderson, Junction City,
r i per cubic yard for approximately 60- under a commission form of government strel shows in a tent or building, except Lebanon, Lexington, Louisville May- I all who wily!; pay two or more years in advance. This

r 000 cubic yards, More difficult excavating I they will no doubt advocate such a regular opera house, $500) per : ville, Owensboro, Paducah and Shel-] offer includes both renewals and new subscriptions.The .

y is being accomplished on our a' change for our; benefit. year. byVille, Ky., 25.00, round trip. From +i date of beginning of this extraordinary offer will be

,east coast for 6 cents per cubic yard. Very truly, Chicago, ilL, $36.50; Cleveland, Ohio, September 6th (tomorrow), and the closing day will be October6th.
iti So this big ditch could have been dug H. EDMUND SWABEY.P. WANTS $10,000fROM and Detroit, Mich., $35.00; Pittsburg 1913. But remember that to get the Valley Gazette at this

1 for $3,600-surveying, blue prints, S.-We .hope to be able to continue Penn., $37.90; Omaha, Neb., $49.50; reduced rate you'will have to pay at least two year in advance,
i + ,v .:r- etc., $100 additional; total $3,700. this subject next week PULLMAN CO. Kansas City, Mo., $41.50, and St. which will be $2.
.:. .
--- Louis, Mo., $31.45. These tickets will
---- The Valley Gazette goes into the majority of homes in this
: bourne that whatever set of men'are be sold on the first and third Tuesdaysof county and section but there are a few who are not subscriber
F, : t THIS RAILROADWILL back of the movement have many of MRS. G, C. MATTOCKS CLAIMS\ each month with return limit 25': who we would like to enroll on our list
r" their plans about/ complete with the days from date of sale, except that This
SHE WAS MISTREATED ON A offer is open to any person anywhere, but will be with
f exception of the western terminal location tickets sold during December, Janu-
: BE BUILT I CAR BOUND; TO JACKSON- drawn after October 6th.
] and the selection of the town- ary and Februray will bear return
} sites between Melbourne and the St. ".l 1 LLE. limit of 12 days. ,

i r TO NARCOOSSEE Johns river and the right-of-way be- I From Washington, D. C., a round

"t ." yond the present logging railroad. Because of alleged illtreatmentfrom -. .
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These matters, it is believed here, will Pullman car employees, Mrs. G.
: PLANS PARTIALLY PERFECTED I If depend largely upon the support given C. Mattocks, of Kissimmee, has entered -
i the project by the different towns that suit in the Federal Court againstthe

may have been considered as terminalsand Pullman Company for $10,000.She .
the country through which the is represented by Vans Agnew! &
r \ road would have to run. Crawford and Garrett & Johnston.

i; 'j'1 WAYS TO FORCING A REDUCTION "The times believes that if proper In her plea for damages Mrs. Mat- DON'T .
: : tocks declares that on January 1 she
and is
;. IN FREIGHT RATES 1 support encouragement given Red
I the promoters of this road that its boarded a Pullman car bound for Jacksonville ,ti KNOW rL-L
; construction will doubtless be hastened. I et Florence, S. C. She had
1 '", 'Ip1, ., AND TilE This cooperation must come from an upper berth, and alleges that thosein

.' EAST COAST. the people of Melbourne to the western charge of the car would neither ? what a Inner
I -.J. { terminal. Building and equipping a assist her into the|upper berth or give ?

,., I railroad even as small as this one isa her a lower berth. They also refusedto rd GOOD

';'t, The.following article is taken from big: proposition and calls for a lot look after her baggage, which was

b' last week's issue of the Melbourne I of, money. In raising funds for a ven- lost, and would not answer her repeated Tubes
I Times. We wish to assure the good ture of this kind the attitude of the calls for assistance.Mrs. 1R They

4 people of that progressive east coast (I people to be benefited by it is an im- Mattocks wants $4,000 becauseof I I
city that the people of this section will portant factor. Certain concessions the ill-effects from having to remain 't4

fly;' see to it that every inducement will :i and privileges must be granted to assist awake until the midnight hour, $3,000 I 4 r is
be offered the projectors of the roadto i I in making the investment less because the Pullman force would not I >, r Best with all types and

come to Narcoossee, and we have speculative. It takes time to develop answer her calls, and the same amount ti if you_: h.
been assured that it will be built and ; sufficient traffic to support a new railroad because of the loss of her baggage. j ' ; makes of envelopes

that, too, at an early date. There is I and during that time the road Jacksonville Metropolis. i i tried
no question but what it will be the must be kept in operation, it must be Mrs Mattocks is the mother of J.
'r financed and it be several E. Mattocks\ who for the past four : /
'r r' "means of giving relief to both this might years a Imitated in Color butMICHELIN
e k section and the lower east coast from ,;before this proposed railroad wouldbe years conducted a real estate office'at ,
able to show net earning. the corner of Dakin avenue and I ,
7 the exorbitant freight rates now a
force. The article follows: 1 I Melbourne people firmly believe the Broadway, but who ashort, time ago

"' ; "Under a two-column head on the :': new railroad will be built inside of the moved to Mt. Dora. Unequaled in Quality

{ ': front page of the Kissimmee Gazette ',I next year or two and are ready to lend

of August 26th, there appears an extended -! it every encouragement. While it is TRAIN NOW RUNS
-1 report of the possibility of the i not an actual necessity it would surely

h early construction of the much talked I: Ue a big advantage to this entire section TO KENANVILLE'. Reduced Prices on Michelin Tires '
: of new railroad running from Mel- to the east coast from Brevard \ ;
bourne and connecting with St. Cloud, I county south and the Times hopes that
Kissimmee all communities to be benefited will NEW. TIME TABLE SHOWS KIS
or Narcoossee.
, "In this article it is claimed that the be liberal 'with their support of the SIMMEE VALLEY ROAD NOW Sept. 15 1913 f

J, new road will terminate at Narcoossee project. Especially should this be the OPERATES TRAIN DAILY I,

and states.that it will be built by the attitude of property owners along the FOR DISTANCE OF 72 J'

9 .k Union Cypress Company, C. H. Clark proposed right-of-way who invariablyreap MILES SOUTH OFMAYTOWN. We pay cash for old tires or make a discount for *
,* and other capitalists. The Times hasI the largest benefits. Unfair and .

i ,Y k pent some time during the past week unreasonable requirements and conditions t them on new ones '
attempting to have this report veri'fied along the line never helped to ;
: but has been unsuccessful. The build a new railroad and they will not A regular train is now being oper '!';
truth pf the report Is neither. admitted do it in this case. If everybody will ated over tha Kissimmee Valley division r ;

t 1 u or denied bjr the Union Cypress Company boost and cooperate where he can we of the Florida East Coast rail I

/! ., or Mr. Clark. As to their plans, will have this road in operation before road, the new train having been given W. B. Makinson Co.I 1:

if they hive any concerning the pro- long. a place oa the new timetables of the
I road issued last week and effectiveat
posed railroad they have nothing to
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::4. "s sly' Their'\\.UenN' however, is far A 160-acre farm' with asilo l will noon last Monday. KISSIMMEE AND. ST. CLOUD, FLORIDA .
f more i1 encouraging than a denialjand it produce as much revenue as a ISO- The running of this new' train shows .

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here, that much property is being used 1RUBMYTISM

PRESIDENT MAY ernment.An privately. that is. owned by the gov- PRODUCTION OFPHOSPHATE PERKINS ANDBROWN I the southeVn having endorsed marshalship him, both, and Senators Mc- ( HOW TO BEST i!

I/ PAY A VISIT TO appropriation of $1,000,000 to ROCKINFLORIDA WILL Reynolds. agreeing to Brown's appointment. SERVE THE NEEDS j jOF

j, construct a "large diameter underground -

PENSACOLAWHilE pneumatic tube system" between President Woodrow Wilson Is in .

I, the various government departments BEJPPOWTEDU. favor of continuing the same policy FARM WOMENISTHEOBJECToTeOVERHMENT

I in Washington is proposed toward river and harbor work in Flor- r

bill introduced in the' House ida as has been pursued for the past

ON HIS WAY TO MOBILE in Representative a Clark, chairman of the by WAS 81 PER CENT OF OUTPUT : S. MARSHALS FOR FLORIDA several years, he told Representative

Committee on Public Buildings and Sparkman today, who called at the f
1 I I Grounds. White House to discuss river and harbor -


TilE SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL | stalled, would be used for the more QUANTITY MARKETED FOR SAME POLICY TOWARD RIVER Mr. Sparkman is chairman of the THE MOST NEGLECTED FACTOR -

CONGRESS:" WHICH l rapid handling of mails and departmental THE YEAR BEING 2,406,899 AND HARBOR WORK IN River and Harbor Committee and together IN THE RURAL
discussed the work in
matter and would be connected they general -
r The President told Mr. Sparkman -
:I with the postoffice. v PROBLEM.I
: EXISTED FOR he is in favor of a conservative I
> Mr. Clark's bill provides that the
policy toward improvement of navigable Washington, D. C., Sept. 15.-David
| tubes shall run underground and connect (By WINFIELD JONES)
I streams but has desire to be F. Houston, Secretary of Agriculture
Washington, D. C., Sept. 14.-President the Capitol, the Senate and House Washington, I). C., Sept. 12.-Phosphate no
""stingy." within the next few days will addressa
Wilson tentatively accepted an I office buildings, the Government Print- rock, which is the principalsource ( By WINFIELD JONES:. ) letter to the women members of

invitation extended by Representative ing Office, the Census Bureau, the of one of the three fertilizing Washington, D. C., Sept. 15.-Attorney 60,000 farm households throughoutthe

Wils6n to visit IVnsacola in October. I Pension Bureau, the old and new'post- elements necessary for plant growth, General McReynolds has decidedto WILSON WILL United States, requesting themto l

The President intends going to Mo- ; offices, sub-station F, the Treabury, was marketed in the United States appoint J. 1>. Perkins, of Pensacola, give him information as to how the convention of the Southern the Executive Offices, the State, War last year to the extent of 2,973,332 United States Marshal for the northern the of
NOT Department Agriculture can
Commercial Congress about that time, I and :Navy Departments, the General long tens, valued at $]],675,774, according and J. C. Brown, of Lakeland, best serve the needs of the farm wo y r

if it is possible to leave Washington.He : Land Office, the Bureau of Engrav- to a report today of the United United States Mar..hafor\ the southern -

told Representative Wilson today I j ing and printing, the Smithsonian Institution States Geological Survey. This wasa districts of Florida. UI SI SENATE men.These letters will be addressed "To

that if he finds. it possible to !go to and the Department of Ag- slight decrease in both quantity and This decision was reached today I Housewives in Homes of the Official
Mobile he will extend his trip so us to riculture. value compared with the figures for
after :
a controversy between McRey 1 Crop Correspondents" and will be sent W.
take in Pentacola, and visit the InterState the preceding year, but the amount of
nolds and Senators Bryan and Fletcher I AGAINST DUNCAN U. FLETCHER to the full list of crop correspondent
Fair which will be held-there 'LIVING phosphate rock mined was greater lasting three months. All three ;, for transmission to the members of '

October 2f;, 27 and 21'. COST than in 1911, excepting in South Carolina had candidates for the northern dis- i their households. With each letter
I tiict. McReynolds wanted to appoint : will be supplied a return envelope in

D. F. Connolly, of Tampa, passed : SHOWS 60 PER In Florida the increase was three his cousin, Perkins; Bryan was in favor -I > TO SUCCEED HIMSELFIN which the women: can forward their II

through Washington today on his way per cent, in Tennessee it was over 12 of appointment of Mr. Cuwthon; I suggestions. II t
Ithica N. Y., where he is taking his I I
r.. **iU> 1 per' cent, and in the western phosphate Senator Fletcher's choice was George This inquiry results from the re-
attend Cornell University.! CENT ADVANCE
Ion to 'ield it was over 10 per cent. Ward. CONGRESS. eipt of a letter addressed to the Secretary -
L. E. Dozier, of Lt.'e( of Stocks of phosphate rock on hand Nominations of Perkins and Brown in which the writer said: I
hearing before the Board Engi-
also increased in the two main pro- will be sent to the Senate by President "The farm woman has been the most
and Harbors in regard ( By WINFIELD JONES)
neers for Rivers BETWEEN 1890 AND 1900
ducing Southern states, Florida and Wilson upon his return from Cornish, neglected factor in the rural problem'and
to the proposed improvement of Washington D. C., Sept. 10.-Rep-
she has been especially neglectedby
Tennessee. On the whole the indus :X. H. The nominations were sent to
Oklawaha river, for which a survey resentative Wilson today emphaticallydenied
try in the main southern phosphatefield the White House today by McRey- the national Department of Agriculture -
has .been made. AND:" T11IIEE PER CENT HIGHER was active. nolds. the report published in Florida ."

Representative Wilson today secured THAN:" IT WAS A YEAR AGO- newspapers, that he intends to be a This letter was written not by a '
a position in the New York Navy The production of phosphate rockin Senators Fletcher and Bryan will candidate succeed Senator Fletcher."I woman, but by a broad-minded man }
GREATEST ADVANCE IN Florida was 81 per cent of the en- not confirmation of Perkins un-
Ya'rd for W. W. Watson, a young man oppose have absolutely po desire to run so thoroughly in touch with the agricultural -
BACON. tire output of the United States. The less serious charges should be brought
time married Miss said Wil-
who some egp a against Senator Fletcher, and domestic needs; of the
output of this state, wh'ich at the present 'against him This is unlikely. '
Hutchinson of Fensacola. Watson "I will be candidate to
---- son. a. succeed country that his 'opinions have great
'was formerly employed as a draughts Washington, Sept; 14.-The'' cost of time leads in the phosphate indus, Attorney General McReynolds to- myself at the coming primaries.. weight: Following the receipt of this

man at the Pensacola yard;..and has try, was with one, exception, that of day telegraphed the present marshals, I have authorized no one to say thatI letter, the Secretary-determined that
on June 16 was approximately
lately been working for the Cramps living than the 1911, the greatest in the history of the 'McGourin and Horr, to forward their will be a candidate against Senator the best way for the Department to ro'
60 cent higher average
per ; The marketed for the '
state. quantity
Shipbuilding company at Philadelphia. between 1890 and 1'JOO! ; more than 3 resignations immediately. He demanded Fletcher, and cannot imagine how the learn how to give ''these women the
back the year was 2,406,899 long tons, valuedat their resignations over two \;
Watson wishes to get into report originated. fullest possible aid and service which
cent higher than it was a year ago decline both in
per !
government service and called with $9,4fl,297 months ago and both refused to re their important place in agricultural
I and nearly fifteen per cent higher than tonnage and value compared with 1911. Their further refusal Meade Wilson, brother of ;
Mr. Wilson on Secretary Daniels, who sign. to com- a Representative production warrants, was to write to
it was two yeas ago. Tennessee furnished 14.2 per cent of ply with the demand of Mcne'nollswill Wilson, is visiting the
promised to restore him to the young the women themselves and ask themto
Investigation of retail prices in forty the prosphate marketed in the United useless Florida Meade Wilsonis
and station him at :New York. be as the appointment of Congressman. make their own suggestions.! ii"U
I cities conducted by experts of the States in 1912, the total productionof Perkins and Brown will automaticallyput i Florida State manager for the Fidelity In the letter these women are.invitedto

In its search for a cheap fertilizerof : bureau of labor, show prices practically the state being 423,331: : long tons, ;McGourin and Horr out of office. ;Mutual Life Insurance Companyof I give individual answers to the let- A,

high potash content, the Department at the same level as last November valued at $1,040,470. In South Caro- There has been practically no con- Philadelphia, and is on his way to ter or to discuss the matter in their 1

has had its attention called to I when the high records of the la>tqual.ter lina ru,490: was marketed, valued at te-t over appointment of Brown for his. headquarters.IIIIIIIMIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIMIinilllllllllllll. church societies or women's organiza-

of southern century were reached. 7,7/jO-a: ; considerable decline com-
the tions
loggerhead sponge! and submit answers.representingthe
F'orida. The attention of the depart- I Fourteen articles of food were investigated pared with 1911. I combined opinions of the womenof

ment was first! called to this, sponge .and compared with the average In the Westell. 1 ) states the produc- their entire communities. The answers -

by Tho W. Reedy of Key West, who prices between 1890 and 1900. tion of phosphate came from Idaho, are requested" pot later than .November a

says the farmers of the Florida Keys Everyone except sugar showed a Utah, and. Wyoming, and amounted toI1lil2 (I 15th and this date set because i

have been using it for years as a fertilizer marked advance; bacon, which led in f :! long tons, a gain of I lO.n percent i : Legitimate I it will (rive the women time after harvest {

with marked success. The the Roaring, went up 128.5: per cent. ,'ompar"dilh 1911.! The valueof I to consider the matter and discuss -

sponge" grown by the ton-and a ton Other articles which showed remaik- thprodu.t increased considerably, I, it with their women neighbors.

of sponge i is a Boor dl'al-il1 the shal- able advances were: t the average pare per ton being greater i and ConservativeMust This letter will go to about twenty

low waters of the )keys. Pork chops 111 per cent; round steak in I'.HJ than in 1:111. loading farms in each of the twenty-"

Some of the experts of the dopurt- ,; smoked ham 85: ; hens 7f>.8; sirloin The Uuited States Geological; Surrey eight hundred counties in the United

mat t analyzed the dry sponge.?; and I'| steaks 7.r;.2; rib ousts 7."i; laid )luij'l' 't publish-d iin advance' States. Their answers, it is expected,

fo\fnd they earned 4 per cent of nitrogen Ml.3.(. : ; corn meal 07.U; potatoes 4.1 I: hnptri, fl''Il' "Miiieial: Resources, be the predominatingfeature will represent the views and opinionsof

a fraction of a per rent of potash, I I butter -11.H: ; eggs 40.X; milk :JS,4 and] l'UJ."l! Joy> \\'.
40 per cent of humus and some other 'Hour I :HH<,(H. During the same period' of |piudulion, \ of phosphate of any and all trans These. answers will be carefully con- :

elements of value. The sponges are I bugai showed a ilocrc'usc1' of i K pea' unt. "link I'm the whole country figures I Mdeiecl by the specialists of the*Department j

so abundant that it is thought they 1 lining the last year prices of elevenof ( showing the production of the indi- actions connected with the having to do with that

will prove a valuable fertilizing! asset I fifteen articles investigated went vidn.iltalcs for the last live >','urs. I branch of agricultural activity.

wherever the farmers and fiuit grow- up. 'liiMchow u.g impoits and cxpoitsvf affairs of this bank. I There is mourning--
Bacon advanced 11.2(; : cent; -molted also among a large
ers are close enough to have <>al'.a- I' per fi-itili/ei mateiiaK; are given number of employee of the Capitol
hams 14.1 k chops Ii.I: 4 ; haul of phosphate
; pOI the
them. \\"IIII production
cess to a-
I building and of the House Office build-
11.8 ]1.7 round steak 10,1 1 ; -n- ; countries of the Securety and Safety
Public buildings elected in Washington ; eggs ; i rah 111 the principal, I ng owing to the adoption by the House
in future, if Repiesentaliv! nark, loin steak !9.8) ; lard 7.2; rib roasts t t.l; ; vuulil, Tin phosphate industry in the caucus of a resolution introduced by'

chairman of the House public buildingsand butter 5.8 and milk 4.1. The other .hire-lent stales i i" briefly discussed, 6
of all our funds and those Representative Frank Clark that no
I declined follows: general information -
grounds committee, has his way four as and the author gives Republican shall be allowed to hold

about it, will be on land which is al- Potatoes :lU.'J! ; sugar lo.L'I: : ; wheat t of interest to those engaged in I of our depositors is our first office under the (House organisation
flour 7.7 and corn meal 3.9. tiade. _
ready owned by the !government. lie the phosphate except those places which by old established -
word that real estate Prices were investigated in Atlanta. The "'poit may be procured with
(I'v gave out today ; and foremost consideration. 1 1I custom go to the minority.
A J Baltimore Birmingham, Boston, Buf- addressing the Director,
; \Jealers with suitable sits to offer out cost by> Included among these offices is the

(y need not apply.In falo, Charleston, S. C., Chicago, Cin- U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, I I Superintendency of the House office y

the opinion Mr. Clark, the gov- cinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit I D.C : We want business ; building, a good paying position for

ernment now has title to enough hand\ Fall River, Mass., Indianapolis, is your which there are already a large num-
$ Jacksonville, Fla. Kansas City, Mo.; Thomas M. Bryan, of Miami, a .
: ;
in the District to fill the demand for her of applicants.
public buildings space for many years. Little Rock, Ark.; Los Angeles, Louis- visitor here. Mr. Bryan wishes to secure on this basis. ;

He said yesterday that he intends ville, Manchester, N. H.; :Memphis, the appointment as immigration is

of the District in his Tenn.; Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New- inspector at Miami. The position ,
map ark, N. J.; New Haven, Conn..; New now under the civil service and Mr.
committee room government own- take the i Citizens Bank of KissimmeeARTHUR
ed land marked in green ink. The Orleans, New York, Omaha, Philadel- Bryan stated he is willing Will cure your Rheumatism

Pittsburg, Portland, Ore.; Provi- necessary examination. Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
will be much more phia,
spots E.
green think for dence, R. I.; Richmond, Va.; St. Louis, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts ajld
extensive' than most people Minn. Salt Lake City, San W. L. lull, of Gainesville an employeof President Cashier Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects tr'
h has been informed by Henry Gauss, St. Paul, ; Seattle and the Gainesville Land Office, is vis- Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used internally
r,;, United States Attorney, I Francisco, Scranton, ; Hill. .
the Special iting here with Mrs. and externally. Price 25c. ;,
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It yy Special Call to All Cost- System: Shows >Loss r.:

In Price 'Charged for fl'.ortheiQys1Ye

Confederate Veterans

[; Newpspaper Advertising

e have a most d epelidable''Uai .
q ,i, .Headquarters Florida Division, pushing the work. The state is wait. ' ,. .
and havepassed MOST CASES COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS! VE-BEEN: ;:fOUND 'TO" ---r-: f' ;' Sbeei IiGaa'Metd But ;- -
7 ', United. Confederate Veterans ing for us, to make good we IN 807 _.-. .._ *.
f"H \ Monticello, Fla., the point where pledges unpaid BE LOSING PROPOSITIONS-REASONS GIVEN WHY HIGHER .... ton sad CUB Metal Blacker far '
I August, 21, 1913. are negotiable, and have reached the l RATE IS.NECESSARY 'I ,I" ..

'" M --"-T<-:the" Pldttdtc" Dlvlsiotr-United confederate -- ai-where-only-coin-.-counta ...Comrades ------- -- -" _ '. _, ,1 '
I Veterans: Let us consider the gravityof I' -- ; .. .
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At our Twenty-second Annual Con- ) this situation and come speedily to Since the advent of the cost system the county treasurer's financial sat -. T .

S. $ vention held in Lake City, October 23d, the rescue many country newspapers have had ment came to the' rescue. .
commander is in close touch the jolt of their lives ... regards the .The .record proves conclusively that -
a 24th, and 25th, 1912, a cordial l invitation Your .. .. of shoe the
the 'land boy
i lust,
'was extended to you to accept the with Major General Joseph II. Burroughs profits of their papers. In most instances the News i I. published at the expenseof

hospitality of the City of Pensacola, commander of the Florida Division it has been found that the paper the' job printing department and should bare for school -:. -:- '

and Make that your reunion point in of Sons of Confederate Veter- was being: produced at loss and cuts heavily into the profits ,.
t I natural heirs sapping the profits of the job de- department should produce. Subscription f
1913. Your commander is in receipt ans. The sons are our was ..' '.- !
': of a communication from Camp Ward :i and the hope of perpetuating our or- partment.Not receipts are not inculded in the ( ,
f , U. C. V. No. 10, reminding us of our ganization is in the almagamation of I long ago E. K. Whiting, of Owo- record given above. If subscription I
UJ j'- engagement. In deference to the the tw. organizations when the proper tonna, Minn., discontinued his daily receipts are included in the record the FOOT ;}

S 1,- i wishes of the hostess city your com- time arrives. Gen. Burro /hs will I because it was a losing proposition.Now cost of production is just about met, Dutton-Harris Co. I:
i niander now announces that our Twen- meet us at Pensacola. Let us consider comes Editor Roe, of Northfield, leaving no profit as a recompense for
t I ty-third Annual Convention will be that no camp is perfected in Minn., with a new rate card and the the effort involved in producing a paIper
1 ,", ', held in the City of Pensacola, Otohert gatiization without an Auxiliary reasons why it is necessary. We reproduce i which other publishers .are kind :
' 21st, 22nd and 23rd, A. I D. 1013. of Sons>' Let us>' devote the latter days his letter to his advertisersand 'enough to designate as "Minnesota's .

I When we recall the splendid hospitality of !1913! to organization of our Sons, the summary of cost of producing Model Weekly." "VV'J3CRE:: :: : :: SI: :4s T.Ir:: :: I: GO TO SIWO: :: ri '
i t' extended to us in ,the past; and ]let us hope to meet them at Pen- 27 issues of his paper: To place the News on a i.M\KHMTV! OF KI.OIUHA FLA. STATIC COLLEGE FOR WAKEN
notably at Ocala, Live Oak, Bartow, sacola. Why Advertising Rates are Increased. ing basis an increase in self-sustain-I <;.lBr.vlllr' T.liaaas.e. h
BtaailB for beat d..lop..t of body, College of Art and Science Normal ','
Orlando and Lake City; when we glow By order Since January 1st a detailed record rates is imperative. A new rate card dad ..d spirit .f T.... .<>.. 8 ColIrfrm School with Kindergarten Department "
I k with the loving memory of the sweet BENJ. W. PARTRIDGE, Maj. Gen. has been kept of the cost of producingthe giving rates to take effect June 1st is'' and dlvleloaa AvrlrnKarvi-Liberal Arts Teacher LamICBKlBerrlMBl School Expression of Music, ,Home School Economic of Art Schoolof with t'.

comradeship renewed as we met each Commanding Florida Division Northfield News each week. This enclosed herewith. Colleen KiperlmeBl Statical Ie..hl.I. .....- Exten.lon Division. Beautiful location ,'::1;
.. .., School. 10 beautiful buildings and firstclassequipment ,1
l> Urimmmit
.t other once more on this side of the United Confederate Veterans.S. record covers the mechanical cost, Rate CudNORTIIFIELD new brick building-, besides gymnasium throughout. Including sTTmnaslum -
river, then let us rejoice at the nearby C. BOTT Adjt. Genl. and which includes composition cost, both NEWS swimming pool and many subsld- and swimming pool. 41 members
lary buildings tl In Faculty and officer of the faculty and other officers. I
prospects of once more looking into Chief of Staff. linotype and hand, in setting all read- Effective June I, 1913. *. 222 young men from 45 Florida 4 IS students from 41 counties' and 10 qt

l'" .. each others faces here upon earth. ing matter..and advertisements, press- Display Ads., per inch ________- 30c countrle counties, last and session.Tvltlna XI stale. and foreign States Tultloa. ........ Hoard sad lII.t.: ... '1 q:
1, To Brigade Commanders, Officers of work, paper, ink and mailing; also the Display Ads.' per inch, 4 weeks _ 27c Free. Hoard ..d F....., HZ4.0O per year. For Information \
t the Division Staff and Camp Commanders RELATION OF overhead cost, under which head are Display Ads., per inch, 3 months. 25c I r.catalogue.*.. S132.50 per A. A.year.Vrlte Murphreo for addre.8Z-8t Edward Conradl. President I

) I : included such items as reporter's and Display Ads., per inch, 6 months. 23c \

1.J S Your Division Commander admonishes THE HOUSE FLY c-ilitor's salary, rural correspondence, Display Ads., per inch, 1 year __ 20c I, advertiser who is represented in every I Cows suffering from tuberculosis t

't you in love to perfect all arrangements St. Paul and Washington letters, half This schedule of rates is defective I issue of the paper, no matter how :'r arc apt to look emaciated and run-

prepare all rfyressary reports tones, postage and incidentals. in one respect-no charge is made for I small the spare, and gets live copy in ,:1 ('o\ h.I .
> I and put yourselves in readinessto TOJNSEASESESPECIALLY For the same period a complete the cost of advertising composition, I i: his ad. gets the best results. We will' ,

.march without: confusion on the 21st I record of the receipts from display which in our shop varies from six ((6)) :i, be pleased to give any information .

i day of October into convention at Pen- advertising (local and foreign), locals I to eight ((8)) censt per inch, depending desired concerning the new rates or I I

'i I sacola. IN CASEOF INFANTS ,, and legals have been kept. In the j upon the style of copy. The rates as !I'I, the record shown above regarding cost Park Hotel
J 1'I The basis of representation in the seventeen issues published in January -. given cover only the cost of producing, :I of production.

: convention will l he one delegate to : February, March and April the the white space which the ads. fill. The cost of producing advertising

I every twenty (20)) members of a camp EXPERIMENT:. DISCUSSED BY ALBERT I record is as follows: The new rates will be given a trial space was shown at the last state editorial Comer Broadway and Dakin Are.
whose per capita dues arc paid, and convention to be from 14 V4 to 18cents
additional MILBANK! BEFORE '::' 'J:. : ".f- 0 .-1, H, Hw
delegate for fraction column inch. This
one a l -. 0 0 per single
1,4I f of ten ((10)) additional members; but SOCIOLOGICAL SECTION ? ;- ";,. -; -; ifI' fact was brought out by a committee Open September 1st

i f' every camp shall be entitled to not OF AMERICAN! :. PUBLIC M 2. ;: "10, "aoo::; ", [ appointed for the purpose at a preVIOUS Rate:
less than two ((2)) delegates, provided "0 r') Q., .c.,. "' ''' flr : cI" ,convention. The result has been
r HEALTH ASSOCIA- I ) -;- ;; ;; $1.00 . . . Per Day
/JI that camp has paid up its membership r ascertained through a careful appli-
TION.:. c. ro .0" 6.00 . . . Per Week
dues. m o .. : 't:1: "u : : cation of scientific cost systems, and
Your commander wishes to express I : : f' : : 9 ? : d : may IIP taken as fairly accurate. It

his grateful appreciation of the business Colorado Springs 11. An experiment I I I I i I is.a pity, but it's true, that most country One block from passenger
Sept. -
loyalty of the January ---------------I I 4121 $111 $ 59, $155 19 $119 59 -$36 HI) valuable
of however
I great majority newspapers, they depot electric lighted
to determine the relation of 112 104 75 46 281, 151 0119:\' 31'' 31 72 I throughout -
I Camp Commanders and Adjutants. the house fly to disease, particularly 18 8, 101 05 41 14 142 19'' 84 531 57 HI; I may he to their respective communities and modern in all of its
He regrets to say that a few have (I I' diseases in children, was described today 1251 81, 69 70 40 81: 110 51'' S88; 27 Hj :\ I arc kept afloat by the earnings appointment
+ ' ; lacked the general of enthusiasm I '-i I of their
spirit i
l job printing departments.-
before the section of \ \
I that has manifested itself in a year of February _nnnun___\j\ 117 0543\ 40, 160 45104\ 84 55 61 Red Wing Kaglc. Table furnished with evrey
1 the American Public Health Association 97 55 40 70 la8 25, S8 111 50 14 the
notable achievements. those delicacy market affords.
Unto by Albert E. Milbank, of New 1512 112 42 481 154 48: 112 72 41 76 I
I who have allowed their camp fires to York, nephew of Mrs. Elizabeth Mil- 22 90 001 41 60, 132 86 38: 45 81 I 3fi-4tpd
a burn out he sends this message of love: I 251 I Y'I
bank Anderson who \
# Get your comrades in line, remit your recently gave March __ nnnn. ___ 812 109 85 43 14152 99, 107 771 1 45 22 ThoroughbredDurocs. I -----, -
$650,000 for the establishment of a 92 40 56 121 148 52'' 187 14'' 38 62 ----- --
capita dues and file
per your camp Department of Social Welfare of the 115 8: 79 30 46 126 22'' 101 28' 24 9-1 ( O OOOOOOOOOOOO ooooooI
t .' roster with these headquarters, then i New York Association for Improvingthe 221 8: sa 95 40 98, 123 931 102 21 21 72 . .
meet us at Pensacola and in 1914 meet I 81 75 80 40 ;l41: 116 14'' 8a 42 :32 72:
I '+;, the grand reunion of the Southern Condition of the Poor. 29\\-\ 1-, I. I lI I Dann & Dann
/ | Mr. Milbank said that the very fact April -____ _________ ___ 887 301' 41 0211 128 32'' 99 42' 28 90 I I have four pair fine pigs. 7 weeks
Federation at Jacksonville
Fla. Youcan't
r I that a fund of that size had been given 11735'' 4:3: 45 160811' 11583''' 44 9R ''old, weaned and ready to ship, which'
afford to miss these events. We 19121' 108 43 751 152 50 110 OIl 42 4H Grocery Company
Mrs. Anderson for health -
I by public I will sell for $10 a pair f. o. b. Taft;
\ need you. You need us. 12H( 8, 80 10, 41 07, 121 171 lOS 22-, 12 !95 '
1 was an indication that the problemof also 1 brood sow 1 year old and 2
y !, To those loyal camp officers who conserving the health of the community A glance at the record shows that it and we hope that they will producethe boars 3 months old-will sell the sow 101 Broadway-
1 t have remitted their dues and filed their was of growing importancein for $25 and the boars for $10 each.
in not from required revenue to meet the cost
r S. rosters! you have increased the minds. of those Interested in the a very encouraging one These hogs are thoroughbred Durocs, Operate the Cleanest Store

a your membership over 1912. Go on promotion of social welfare: . He the publisher's standpoint. In only ,of production. and are in. best condition. Write or and Sell the
with this noble work. Your commander thought there was a growing tendencyto one'' issue did the receipts :exceed the The new rates favor the steady ad oall on Freshest Groceries

i offers to furnish you the names of eli- larger benefactions for public health cost .and in this case the receipts from vertiser-as they should. We have of Any House in Kissimmee.
gibles not roll. DANN:. :. PRESCOTT /
t on your activities.In .
implicit faith in the principle that the
: To the Division Staff: Here i is work I describing some features of the I I :'lK-41pd Tart Fla. o.. oooooooooo

'1?. for you to do. Take a list of eligible work of the three dmsions of the; I'MODD) population uxeiage, for the five I --

and go after recruits. Your commander I department of Social Welfare, Mi jt-ai-, ending with 1905 to 74.3 during I (-:-:-: (-:-:-.-:**.:. .+.:-:..:-:-.:..:-:..:.+.:-+..;..:..:-:rti..:..i-: +.d 44'} '{"p+ ?+-{'+'?i'ti: .046<
shall never forget. that seven- ,, Milbank said that for the purpose of I 1 1911: ,
'. teen ((17)) members of his staff met determining. the relation of the houie FOI the ,decade ending with 1909 I I

i him at Chattanooga. He will always : fly to disease, nine !blocks of =New" I the. rat, was 72.1 per 100,000 of popu- :i iI I I I
regret the circumstances that hindered York City had been selected.< Throug'hl latioii. for the registration states of
+ : f so many others from meeting us thereafter i the co-operation of the health depait-/ ''I thiL'nitc'l States, against a rate of

f their planning to attend. I 1 ment and the tenement house department To; .4 for Austna, 7i.l\) for Germany,

This has been a remarkable year of : a rigid sanitary inspection of I i I't..r' !/.1 for England: and, Wales, 90.0 for ,
achievements in the history of our these blocks had been maintained during i l I :->(Scotland and 127.7 for Switzerland," 't'

h organization, and the end is not yet. \ the summer. All the breeding I said Dr. Hoffman. "The cancer death ::
It has been a year where personal ''places for house (lies, hail been removed I I'i ate i is low in tiopicul (countries and li'f

effort throughout the entire organization as far as possihle. 1 I also in Hungary, Spain, Denmark, Ja- :
[fias made itself felt; a year when One apartment in one block in the pan, Italy and Australia."
1 S progress was the watchword and when center of this district! had been .screen j "Even though the cause or causes IT CAN'T WEAR BLACK

the Division Commander and the ed. Throuht the cooperation of the of cancer were discovered, it would, J

4 camp comrade alike have worked for Boy Scouts fly traps had been placed no ,doubt, require many years before t -..: ..... ..-............. .
'' : :
k the betterment of our organization.: and operated throughout, the district.In . such knowledge could be successfully i i LUCIE TH& LD wp-( li
We started the year with 30 camps r the screened 1 Mock in the center of applied in a deliberate campaign to t f z
organized-in good standing. We now the district, a careful inventory was reduce the cancer death rate." 1. OUREX
have 40 A gain of ten Will not RUST or wear BLACK and may b. sharpened< camps. camps. made of sickness in existence when
f. wo do not l hesitate to offer ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS fo PLATED WARE
We have organized two ((2)) 'new camps the experiment !began. Families were TRADING! HOME ;: that EVER shows a BLACK BASE, .. .11 plated knives hemtofcrTh..Z..
;' S out of a total of 17 in the entire South.; instructed as to the necessity for keeping I NOTEi-There, Is no time limit on this guarantee. ASSOCIATED SILVER COMPANY.CHICAGO

? We have succeeded in winning the all food protected from flies and Some unknown poet of passion out

S k' grand reunion in 1914 for Jacksonvillein for killing whatever flies that succeeded in the long grass has come forward

our own state in getting inside the apartments.A with the following comment: You can see C A COLE JEWELER
We found an appropriation of $5- daily inspection of each family was these goods at p AND OPTOMETRIST
000.00 to aid in erecting "Every time you come to town
LH a monument maintained for the purpose of observing -
: to the women of the Southern I the morbidity and mortality and And start to throw your money aroun' ooooooo.ooooooo'Ot ,..
Confederacy upon the statutes! of our I results were carefully recorded. Say, "Homemade goods are the goods

di state. We have increased the sum to ] A similar block\; located sufficiently for me," I ,

; Y $12,000.00, there being only one dissenting | far from the screened block, to be outside ,: Because they spell'Prosperity.' I 'iI'' . ,
i ) vote in the House and two in the zone of the district so care- "A dollar you send to the eastern store ..Y.:W S"0 P 004006W04)tr0000

the Senate." We had collected less fully made sanitary, was chosen for Says, 'Good-bye Bill for evermore!' '
1ip than $3.000.00 for our womans' monu II the purpose of observing.similarly the I But the dollar you spend with the 'I There Is Little Lake Front Property

i c ment. We have now collected $5,400.00 morbidity and mortality. While the home-made sound

+* I t in cash and have pledge from the results of the experiment have not as i Keeps a-comin' and a-comin' and a- Left In Florida For Sale II 4

s. ;;'I contractor of $500.00 more, makingin yet been tabulated, the experiment I comin' 'roun.

1r 5' 5 all $5,900.00 in cash or equivalent 1' serves to illustrate, Mr. Milbank said, 1 "The people around are getting wise I HAVE several tracts directly on the shores of Lake
towards the $12,000.00 we must raise the kind of activities which the Bureau To the way to beat the catalog guys,
) Tohopekafiga that )
_r to make the state's appropriation I 1of Public Health and Hygiene of the I Who keep what they get and never can be reached from Kissimmee

available. Against the $6,100.00 necessary | new department would carry on. come 'round in fifteen minutes. They will be sold to the ftrst "

', to make good with the state i "It is evident that the American With enough of the coin to buy a person who makes a reasonable offer.
( Sold
we have definite personal pledges-in l people are increasingly: liable to cancerous "hound. on
i the city of.Jacksonville for $5,025.00, '1 affection," said Mr. Frederick "We love our town and we love our. 10.. easy terms or will exchange for property in Kissimmee. ; ,

. and unpaid camp pledges for $607.50, L Hoffman, of the Prudential state, .
:i aggregate pledges $5,632.50, leaving i I ance company. Dr. Hoffman Insur-I And hera's where we ought to co-op Write at once to

toJ '. balance to complete our $6,100.00 only | able to account for this,but he erate. .
l p $467.50. Every dollar pledged by a ray of hope in the fact that compared If you want health, wealth and groan- Box 422. J J. ]McPhatter[ KISSIMMEE ;
4 r, individual or camp is now due and with other civilized countries, the ing table! 'Ii i '
should be paid at once. They are cancer death rate is not excessive. It Always ask the clerk for the 'home-

p (, r' ,, pledges; of honor. The.,.' contractors.- are'L' has, however, increased from 67.9 per made' label. :.:- t = ---" "- -, "S

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WHAT IS THEMONEY any any, town It or1 aid' community each section and to in tabllshtd didly 'equipped and 'maintains laboratories} 'three-, at': spten Jacksonville <.>, 00 0 0 00 . .::0.. . . .. t 0 0 Wo 0 O. 000 0 .. . 0 .. . . . 0 . . . . . . .i. . . .'. . . t I

protect itself against any 'other infected Pensacola and
.Tampa, for the]
VALUE OF. section, and doesn't use shot bacteriological study of diseases. Nothing' ;:= :: aa GOOD

gun quarantine, either., better than these laboratories Z7

: '. It exercises general and- very close show that, the board is abreast the -

i" GOODHEAITHJSJIWORTHTENGEHTSAYEIIR ,oversight of the existence of communi; times in its methods and that Its officers '' FENCE *

. cable disease in every part of the keep in closest touch with the N!
state to rid that section of its troubles
,advances of the medical World ,. -
? and to prevent their spread into other These itudios of cience am manned 1

.- I any part of Florida, reported at the
, I IIt. through them every Floridian is, or r a mentmg expense,

I THAT IS THE AMOUNT THE board's headquarters, calls for Immediate may be,. l in touch with the latest discoveries I and labor, the makers of '

' ", I action and energetic action, because of applied medical
, STATE BOARD OF .HEALTH research. ,
this disease is one that is communicable How this ii brought about American Fence finallyI
- j .SPENDS, PER..CAPITA TO I from animals to,human beings be apparent at' ftrst.thought.may. But i 'JrocIuced"compo tioa in

TEACH PEOPLE HOW ,and it Is dangerous to both. The every physician in the state has the I steel that '
of rabies Is watched was perfectly
prevalence and
TO KEEP IIEALTIIY.i I privilege and the right to submit to ,
f fought with all the authority that'be- these bacteriologists for microscopic adapted for fence making.

longs to these health officers. While I
examination samples
i> What is the money value of good the muzzling of dogs is a matter of of urine, and of of tissues blood, of taken excreta There is no other maker
j' health by the year? local regulation the state' board stands
from the body of individuals afflicted offence that can use this
I Is it worth ten cents T ready at all times to furnish the Pas- with an undetermined
disease. A tioD. It is
.I The population of Florida by the teur treatment, and to furnish it free speedy and thorough test is made of I ? compo patented cNti

census of 1910 was something more of cost to those who cannot pay. .for it. the matter submitted and the result v and the use increases

than seven: hundred and fifty thousand, For the past two or three years the gives invaluable aid of the diagnosis r1),, many fold, the value of the
but it was nearly three and a half State Board has been studying how to and the subsequent .
I treatment. American Fence to the
years ago when that count was made, of I
relieve the people Florida, particularly Seven days every week these laboratories I 'J'
and tens of thousands have been added I the children, of the debilitating I are open to help the people of user. It has enabled fencing

since that time. There are almost a I affliction of hookworm. Its anxiety Florida whether be made
be to
they tax payers or as near perfection
million people resident in the state has not been how to get rid of it, for not. Sunday, however, is reserved for A .GOOD.pgNC
be obtained.
now-in the winter time there area as can
that is so easy as to be simple, but to emergency work which demands the '

good many more than a million discover the cases so that it might promptest attention. And this workis

so that figure is a safe average for the administer the cure and increase individual free, free as the air to those who AMERICAN FENCE -

twelve months. efficiency by a thousand ,
per cannot afford to pay for it. Since r.
Florida's State Board of Health cent. It took a census of the country January 1st '' almost
about hundred 1910 seventy i I la made by special which U used the maker of it. To develop .
r: spends every year one schools of a certain part of Florida a thousand of these bacteriological examinations machinery only by

thousand dollars in the administration few months ago, mainly in the rural have been made in these the invention of this machinery took years of experimenting, hundred of

of its duties. This fund is raised by districts where the children usuallygo laboratories. They have cost approximately I thousand of dollar

.t. a half-mill tax upon all the assessable barefoot. It examined six thou- I forty thousand dollars If the

,,,' property in the state-five cents on sand children and found a large pro- same work had been done and paid A* a result of these years of experience and vast expenditures, American Fence
every hundred dollars valuation. Much of them with this
portion disease. The
the largest share of the state's tax cure was offered and administered usual in private commercial laboratories rates, and this at cost the t i i. recognized a* being the best fence made. Every wire in American Fence U live TtH 'I

'.' income is paid by the big business interests I i free, free as salvation, for the asking would have been more than two hun steel, always ready for emergency, and absolutely reliable.

and the corporations. It is :' and acceptance, and every case treated dred thousand dollars. :
evident that these interest cannot be .
was cured.
treatment of indigent crippled I
benefited, except indirectly throughthe :i It would require much space to list children, under the direction of'the I

general prosperity of the entire 'all the benefactions that Florida offers
State Board and through annual i
community, which is inseparable froma :i its people through the Florida appropriation by the Legislature, is I 1 I OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.K E,
condition of healthfulness.
| Health Board in a practical way, as one of Florida's greatest benefactions )

It costs, therefore, ten cents a year already described, for these. are onlya The collections of records and statis- FLORIDAt.

for every man, woman and child, white, part. tics, an invaluable accompaniment to :
black, red or yellow to finance the Nor is the work of the board confined all scientific work belongs to the

State Board of Health. But, as a mat- to the health of human beings.It board and so thorough and efficienthas < . a

ter of fact, it is those classes in the is extended to aid theft pocketbooks been its that .
record the health of- --- - -- -- -- ----

community at large which pay the I as well as their physical well-being. ficer of a neighboring commonwealthis .... .. Srh No 7. 8. 8 IJ6 600 '' been asked by one of the official in road center of this large, fertile and
least toward the maintenance of the 1701-Minn ola. Campbell sal I
Glanders among animals is considered quoted as crediting Florida with being I teaiher. Sch No. 29 _______ 40.00 authority for maps and other data productive territory.
board's functions, that get the largest ; practically incurable, and the state the only southern state with a 1702-Mr A H Morrow__a..laryt..aeh..r and has already forwarded them. The Inside of a year it i* predicted
Seh No. 13 60.00 j
individual benefit from its work. reimburses the owner of any animal Board of Health worthy of the name: 1703-MfA II Morrow. salary nh line from Okeechobee to Fort Pierce train will be running over the new
What dd the people of Florida get which is killed on account of that di- : Such is a brief outline of the services 1704 teacher-Miss Sch Uen No.Pierre 13. .HMD salary. 3 30.00 will be an extension of the Kissimmee line. .

for this dime ? sease. But as it is communicable to '' for which the average citizen of teaiher Sch No. 13 0000__ 4500 | Valley railroad now extending south It is also stated that those back of

To answer the question would be to human beings as well as to other animals 'I' Florida pays ten cents a year-the 1705 teacher-Miss Seh.Lena No.Piere.salary. 13. HSU. 3 600 I II erly about 100 miles from a point the new road connecting this city to

1 list all the lines of endeavor in which its existence is confirmed "by price of a fairly good cigar or one 1706 sal-Miss tchr. Katerlne Seh No. 49 Shadoan.__nu 4000 I i where the Fellsmere railroad will ultimately Okeechobee will make vast public improvements

this great organization is the prime I prompt diagnosis. On the same prin- admission to a moving picture show, 17O7-Miss .'..arl Kwlnney. sal connect to within 20 miles of in the latter town by constructing
____ __
.. mover, and these are described in de- ciple hydrophobia in dogs is considereda and it is safe to say that every man, 1708 teacherlSch-Mlsh Pearl No Swlnney.23 h sal 4000 | Okeechobee.With sewers, hard-surfacing the

r :\ tail in the annual reports of'the board menace to the welfare of the community. I woman or child goes to a picture showat t..a..h..reh No. 23. HH1). 6 10.001709Uscooln I principal street and installing a
Hdw. ('0., supplies the construction of the new
which are to be had for the asking. a| least once a year. Is it worth the I \ Sch Nos 1. 4. fi. 18. 15. : light and water plant.
These functions be outlined in 18' 2K, 25------------------ 30351710Kissimmee ', line, which is now assured, to Fort
Hog cholera i is not suc ha menace price? While from time to time (In the past .
Valley <)nrette I
two divisions; first, the preservationand but it brings serious financial loss to I bal. on error n_ u_ 00__ 4 30) Pierce and the F. E. railroad on the there have been many rumor of a 'F
Howard Son I 45 (10, and the Fellsmere road the
1711-J II Ihr. east on
safe-guarding of public health; the farmer, therefore the free dis- 1712-U \S' Bass, Ibr Sch 1 54 72 : connecting railroad line from Okee
and second the restoration of '' I 1718: =Jesse McNeal. labor Sri, | north now built from Sebastian and
public tribution of hog cholera serum is madeto Proceedings of chobee to Fort Pierce until now theN.
I Nol -- -.-- --.__ ___ __ __ 2800 | the F. E. C. to within short distanceof
health, when, as in an epidemic, the the owners of this class of property.It 1714-B. H GUY. Ibr Sch No 6. a has been no authoritative statement
in section S. S I. No 3. __ _--_____-- 104.60 I connection with the Kissimmee Val- Pierce
situation any gets beyondthe is to be had for the asking and a Ibr Sch I made in the matter.-Ft. New
I Arnold.
I the School Board 1715-( ley road it will be seen that with the
control of local physicians and reasonable guarantee that it will be No B. S S P No. 3-------- 86.65!
17fi.john! Hnlnden. Ibr. Sch. I IJ completion of these strips of road now WANT ADS In the Valley Gazette
health authorities. Yet, such a classification 'used for the purposes intended. No.6. S H I D No. 3 ____n__ 215.00
would fail to indicate even I An feature of the 'work J 1717-w. o McClelland. Ibr i building St. Lucie county will be completely are the means of selling and rent-.
work' ,, important The Board of Public, Instruction met Sch. No. IS 8. S. D. No. '.-. *SO belt lined with Fort Pierce as Ing property when all other means
fairly the that is performed forth 7 of the state board is,its campaign for In regular session there being present I 1718-Waters & Carson aup.I '
j individual member of' the W. C. Mass chairman: Oeo.r.. liver.IIII'et lilies Seh. No. 1 _-..______h 1265 I i the logical as well as the actual'rail Mail; Try it once, 5 cent a line.
.i as a I education among the people of the; ', and W. \' Chandler also W, J.Hears I 1 71 ft.-.nnss Graves. ..upptt... ,
{ . 1-7-29-40 :.: .. 18.00 ........ .
.) community at large: state along the lines of sanitation and superintendent.\ U"h.No" -- - - -: ,
The history of Florida records dis- I general information regarding health Minutes of the last meeting were read {I,1720 alien-WaringTrading Srh. No. S _____un sup.__? 21.40 I -
and ,
approvedS .
172-1-J W Pr< nttB. piano
astrous epidemics of yellow fever, matters. Not only is the literature i. I.uph,1|, I '-"ulIlT..a.. .,"'..r 1 n! : r> .. __ _ _ _ _- 81 50 I
board offered free to |1.11..1" I II.s f..11nN, sTil 17JJ I U I. st.iilliiK" HUppllisi I
started always by importations from issued by the ,, Sr.O 15 '
till lllllli.l 1.T t lif rtllilll ll ,; Ii :N'" 1 ( (Our
Cuba or the West Indian Islands. Ev- any and all, but it is practically forced sttij'tluM' in mil, t... ".. .,.1.. intuits' I 1". -.11. ,ri 1.i I.In .
1 In ri'attI Ii. ,11 ,lull, "I in\ 11 ["ml.. t .is Triis' h COM 1 1-7\ 741l"4 t
ery Floridian in yours not far in the upon them. Anyone who can, and 111,1, f ..r 1)M.ruld i i <*"un," 1 In., tin, mdilh,,, I Mlanlli.. l-nist. !(Mm. frt
lircathfl of relief when does lead hardly miss< the articles .ni I .Midlist' \ n iII l :: ,i HIII.I.M.\ un_ It3< .
high can
pant, a ,
I.r nernl l '.b..1 l I'unil. I 1" _'. \\I.h, I I" ,IH, t. .HUM ._ 014 '""0 -
the fall months arrived without that upon sanitation and the ways and "1 1'.." i II inn I I ,pin,. t 11 1 II I 21'i I 177.u; > K: Hiil.i'its hook. 1i 1 KO furnishing goods
T.I .? MliilJMt, i I. I l\ (1'urn' 'ri,iv '''I 1725--J It :<-inllM" ) janitor Sill I i
affliction havingisiled the state. menaH to avoid disease.. lI..althot..s.: I.I t.IM.s 12'I "Us $1"" 4 '.-2 5.:? I . 4fl. ftfl f

True it IH I that medical science has the monthly pamphlet edited J by the 1 1.11':21 1 : I II I7_I"'I- IJ..tnk ..-i.mmerri.. Tuin-I-MIII .,11..1 will please .

removed the I jri- t dread by .studying. State Hcujth, Officer, is sent to everyone I II\ ,11 ml .vars.ale .is pet list' J'ill; 41I' 1 1 17.'i ]nt N.111Iank of St you.
'. 2 000 00
its causes and prevention, !hut it still flee, whose address is to be had. t I.HI.I MIL ,"I,.. s:4: .o 1:111-181: Null: II"n\.r hi I
lurks in MexKun; and other (Cuiiblnan :Numerous' monographs upon carious ..n b-.. final III..l rlrln.. I. (1..1.| Inl :N.I 172:'. fo 100. so 00' Your tradewill
T.,. I. ,II..n.. II.. In7.. .I 1. po11,, 1 5.9 7 17'1'1.' ., Nail Hank of. St
and wutihfulness. .. alone health matters on the to keepwell .: :.:; *. 21)11110 M
ports constant' way T.. .,11111,, ,I. .1 I I II I ,1... I .i\ oi I'Inud. lot :No Mri7 ""'
keep* it from those ghoies. And Flor- \ and how to avoid dangers to perfect .I"I' 7.1IMI: 17.i-liiiiil'i -l..t lilt.Null;Nil icmilt 1142, r of mo St 1116 67

ida's heall nard, does the watching. health, are issued from time to 7.4: paid,,, Hi '11 I- ''' 1,, I Ilst IIIHIltN,'il.t l*.III.xis.till Wits HUlll Instructed of 65x00011. lo far rtruw six please us. '

Rumors of bubonic of time. It is liberal education, at leastin Si . w..r..nnt0. ; .
plague or a 16,1.1.,,i. >897,1" i iniinthM. anil! Int. r. nt on
cholera of the world sanitary matters, merely to lead ....!.-..hi.ol. IIIMI l l lrl-l \0. Iri42 In 'tin' MIIin of $ .III'J'' nil for xlxniiintliN 1 t4IW
in any part arouse in theHum
I.' Llaur.. fl.m. I I.'KI "po"" I 1 14226' tile. to draw warrant
these same health officers to a keen this collection of literature, and it is T.I anil' t'I hors" T.tx I'nl.II of'J2.ouO no for. Mix months ,,-"' -
]1" .1 II (1.inli( 'r was appointed. ) HuperIM -
sense of alertness wiitten and edited by those who know I Ta': I .it. of. S.lioil No; 4 at (Caniplxll Sla-

Smallpox like the poor is always what they are writing about.. It has I 142 :35I 1 II.1(1I( .
InRtl n.-
list "" firs. 111..11. of x 'cuing' Hll t
I I"
with home-where in Florida. It has come to a point in this educational I It\ |".dd) \\ III Ills.IK i p I ___ I I'.npcnnmun, -1,1..n...,.. the ,."ppnlnt- Ib I
142 J6 1,0 .lIImlllt.. 'onMI.l\n\ ,. nr \1ee5 rs ,
never been completelysipcdout because -,"campaign in Florida, where it is practically L'nhue': I-<..rt.lel: l Dlmlrlrl No. :II.I I R.iW a nrlMn. .. t find Etans. Ica bokInt. .

the people of Florida have re- the fault of every intelligentadult T.I .II,ii I l"l, .1.1 I i'I'..rt 1.2':11':: : ti... n+attrl and ,gas. 11"111 ,pns..rto Qa
Ii.-'eMM1i1'\' \
'1'a'I Iiii.) MUIh elrps an
fused, or failed to cooperate with the if he' suffers from any of the T.[ 11 null' !n..I! "Item 1 'OP, J :\1 Mnntsdola: , r.u"Ht,1, Ihr 1i"a..1I. . T
--- -- I .. .1... d hart, 10 him II", land Whlrh" h. I FMsa
board. Plain talk but it's true. Always diseases! that are usually placed in the I .2'.3'; 14 had gts' n IIw runty for 1,111.11a.'Mr ,

oiMiie aleit, the hoard furnishes "preventable" class. i1\ paid .a.1) 1,1)1. 1151,"( 111 --0'1211- ' ,.. "..,Th.... '..11.,1....n uH..1 uniting\ ro.,. that haann th.' 1.111"I lane" I I-

vaccine points flee for the asking, to The State Board of Health has es- !I1.tLu.! 7.1 1111 1 1vn !98 Ii,",,.t:H and that, H :H-W site. "Sexix se i -I,j!
No & Hunt
S honl
.hi.ol III..trh.t No. 4. rur. d 1 for < < .
b- '
-- --- riicti d In .prcpar. a dyed I In
-- 2SJt7TH I iiHt
,. 1 aaM
-- - -- -- T.I. bnlul. f lri'm lust r.-piirj hnl had I .
I Hint' .Mill from Tax ( !L'L II 1\11: Montmlo for the land etes
:"" ;.--H-. ... ...... ,no' uis l n th' oountvH.H I
; :-:-:-:-. | 1' -- - - ----,- Mi Hahn and, \ < )vt-r",ln.t r.-port- :
1.28297 1..1 that thfhad Hold the 51.-i hndtst :, It Is a mistake to think you can find .
I JV. Miller for $4no' 00Halunee *' to
ECONOMY Dv palil w.nirtiits' as per list Inn sunng the I It hoard' aeccplyd i the report and 11 11lit. I
SAVE THEDIFFERENGE I I __p __ ____--__ -- 1:282 97ub I' t ....1.' of. same. instructed to platedlH the same furnishing goods In stores.
.s arn was
. -"from rbi>'"l last District report| No.__ 3247 M'IHJ-upt*) r..\\ room and the II division schooltin i i Our "prestige" has made us so strongIn
} To t.nlantr C'ul ..r tin. Mr. and 'anutr. In tho nt-w"

: To Taxes a nit. .recd. __from_ _Tax_ _00. __ _-00" I Th i lid i lii r.K' Ii..\tng no further' huntn..n* thtllo.ud I the esteem of many manufacturersof

I : 32 47 adjimrntd. until the next r"KUI I
list 12 25 .lai meeting,. "strong" lines that! they have givenus 4'
as per --
t>x 11>' paid warrants -- \\ C HASS. ,

6y taking present advantage off I.our I. Hu III nee -:S_._ILiUPFEK._ __ __--.--Co '1'.8.21122 All HI W' J. HKARS. Supt Ohulrmau ':I exclusive agency for their goods. ,

.1 Warrants' In the sum of $339.!>fi werexamlned This means that you must come to us
cancelled In open session TERMINAL OF LINE
Furniture f. us follows Nos 1676. 16KO. 1684. for these strong lines.
1 1658. 1859.
1643 1654 1657.

!. l Offerings f I67K. and were 16X6Itllls approved. and warrants Issued AT FT. PIERCE We are "strong" on ties, shirts, underwear -

.. 10 as .follows.16t3SW. J. earll. sal supt -- $ 10000 hosiery-everything In the furn-
W C Mass. M. U I'. I __ 4 oo ,

0(0 Price that mean a quick moving tome of f.: 1690 V-I deo.v__W___Overstreet.__________ _M.___1'_._ 40 0 RAILROAD COMPLETING FROM THE CIRCUITOF I' ishing line. -
M.K PI 20 00 I
the special: Y 1691-W W.Obed Chandler.Mltzvl. salary ST. LUCIE COUNTY. j I We "hats."
169Z--Mrs are on
5 Sch No It1693Mrs ________ 4500'teacher strong .

5S'S' White Sewing Machines teacherSch Olifd. No.Mltzvl.12. :8 salary 8 U. '2 5 00 Within the past few days it has been I Buy your furnishing goods, hats and

1694-Thus. J. Lfttlr. salaryteacher clothes from and will be "strong"Frith
40110IUSTholl. authoritatively stated that a railroad I us you
Iver Johnson Bicycles NLlttle salary '
( teacher Sch No. 35. HHH. 6 5 oo from Okeechobee to Fort Pierce will : everyone you meet.

Oliver Typewriters 1690-Houth \Rio Lumber Co.; 6955 be built at an early date, preparations -
Itch No. 1 -

L' 1697 supplies supplies-Ht. Cloud Hch. No.Novelty 16 -___Coo.___ 46'82 for making obtaining the the preliminary rights of way surveysand .hav I H. C. STANFORD.. C o.

' \ KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. 1698-Warner Sch. No.& 16 Harris Clark_____u supplies sal__ 80.75169.HIII. ing already been made. I 5 p$

teacher Mary _______ 45.00 C S. Steele, county surveyor, has
aryoClark. salary '
Miss (
0t 170Q-
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i \ Tic that B.: C. Dutton had sold his interestin *
: Kissimmee Valley Gazette. the ..Dutton-Harris Co.: and would KISSIMMEE CLUB CO I ISHAM RANDOLPH METHODISTS TO

move to Georgia. It appears that our I


.. : OSCEOLA COUNTY- FLORIDA. -- such:Mr. Putton a move had was merely in .the line stated of possibility that. I IS INCORPORATE! GIVE BARREGUEATJOUTHPORf,

W. B. HARRIS .. _ Owner but that 'after thoroughly digesting I ---- GIVE EXPERT OPINION ON

S. .. and the matter he had come to the
J. TRIPLET Editor Manager .
Woo 'oo Continued from. THE FEASIBILITY Of DRAINING
:_ __ conclusion that Florida was good ( page 1)

): J, SUBSCRIPTION RATES:-On: copy on*. year _..____.._.___-..............11.60 enough for him, and he would continue Rosadele of the TIlE KISSIMMEE '
On* copy sl raonth __";...___ .76 One copy, three months, ....__.... .40 to manage the Lakeland branch. of I l steamer one swiftest '' .
this as well as one of the most comfortablecraftsthat VALLEY.
company. 'ON
t, -, ';,.-" : -::: -:All-communication.,.-xcpt-fromaurAUlhorlted.. !!----.-must...-- -b"- have ever sailed our water SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 '
t Ig-ned by the writer f MlV WrHBrokawunwittinglyJiada
.. rout r--'Ataineetin'ofthe.comm1ttee.aP.. .. .
wlifcH wTir"J e "used"ror fi'uriltng - --- .
Rejected matter will not be turned unless called. for. good one put over' on himself today, -- - -- --- -
weeks at citi-
J ---- - -- -- :- when Dr. H, S. Geiger and Mr. Sum- I and fishing by the, members and their pointed some two ago a JNO. M. LEE HAS GUARANTEEDTO ''j

'j Entered at the .Poatotflce In Kl.. mFlod.., a* econd-cla. 'mall .matter. ter Leitner, two special friends of ,I frienTIs. zens' meeting to make the necessary ( :,
31 . Kissimmee, phoned him this morning. arrangements looking to the' employment -, PROVIDE ROASTED :L.
: I The officers of this for the
company BREAD'TO
= .. .__ -i=:--' -.. ,. .: :__'0 _.--'OcO-19,1913. __ __ -- -- that his home.they would In the drive absence up and of dine I j|; ,first year are L. A. Hamilton, president of Isham Randolph to make, a FEED ALL THE, HUN- "' -,
Brokaw in Apopka the home had been I ; Harry A. Hunter, first vice-presi preliminary survey report upon GUY BREThREN
I '
; I the feasibility draining "
I closed. and at noon Mr. Brokaw was I i dent; R. W. Meiklejon, second vice.
II' (>(>n.wending his way, with his guests, 'president; J. D. Clark, secretary and simmee Valley, met at the office of P. ft.s .
Kissimmee at the present time is, possibly making more headway in trie to a hotel for dinner.-Orlando Re- A. Vans Agnew yesterday afternoon, We don'tbelieve it is necessary to
i shape of permanent improvement than city in Florida. that is. the people I I' treasurer-all men of means and the I y anything more than that the
any of sub-
porter-Star. and after listening to reports
I II highest business and social standing. Methodists of this city give a barbecue -
f of Kissimmee as individuals are making the improvements. among which are-- i
6i committees, which were to the effect at Southport on Saturday, Sep.
W. Thurman the of I) Hugh Combs and family of Miami i Among the mepibers; of the Kisgirn- ,
The built at
Craystone Casino being by Harry corner that the to for buch survey tember 27th, to fill all the boats Capt.
i spent yesterday in the city the guests j mee Club Company will be organized money pay
Dakin avenue and Broadway, which will cost $10.000. and have a seating ] Johnson' owns, for everybody for forty
( of W. Griffin and Mr. was guaranteed, decided to employ
C. family.
l a Social Club, which will lease the miles around knows that wben Jno.
capacity of I 1.000. Combs and Mr. Griffin were boyhood Mr. Randolph to do the work, and the
club house and links well Lee putts off barbecue at his famouscountry
golf a
j The club house and golf links being builded and laid out on the west t friends, and their meeting after a the as as secretary was instructed to communicate home, there's something: doing

shore of the lake by the Kissimmee Club Company. The club house will cost lapse of thirteen years was a most steamer Rosadele. And this social decision to him at i that's really worth while.

I not less than $10.000. and the links fully half as much. \'< pleasing] event to both of them. The club will be the milk in the cocoanut the committee's ( But for fear that some few of the

1 l'' former is now one of the leading un- |j for they well be the entertainers once. new residents of Kissimmee
Bulkheading the lake front for 600 feet by H. W. Thurman. which is dortakers of Miami, where he moved to include many
The secretary was instructed -
the golf players the fishermen and the have never had the opportunity of
i one of the much needed improvements to our city. and one which should from Apopka thirteen years ago. lie i the
r huntsmen. in his letter to Mr. Randolph sticking their teeth in meat barbecued
; I r have been done long j and his family are spending several I
agO. the by !Mr. Lee, we will that the
request that he made followingthe say committee -
The magnificent residence of W. B. Crawford in the western section' of weeks at Wekiwa Springs and are I Advices received from Capt. F. F. in charge of the building of the

i : the city. at a cost of fully $5.000 and which would be a credit to a city ten I making a few !side trips to visit relatives -I Hunter, now in India states that he basis of his work and report: new Methodist church ut their meeting .

times the size of Kissimmee. and old friends. will be here during the winter and First-Feasibility of draining the Monday night, decided to give a
Kissimmee Valley.
I the Manhattan Hotel which will The Presbyterians honored their I that two-score and ten Scotchmen will barbecue and appointed a committee
considerable of main
Remodeling at cost place Sel'ond-Best "system arterial consisting of Jno. M. Lee, J. McPhat-
'I, that hostelry in line with the first-class hotels of the state. pastor and family last week with a I accompany him-all golf players. The I draining., J. L. Overstreet, D. "G. Wagnerand

: The building (now almost completed) of the Methodist church. at a cost will generous not "pounding"recover soon.from The which pastor they same news comes from Mr. Hamilton Third-Estimate. of approximate Rev. J. D. Sibert to make the necessary -

I of and which is of I in Canada, that many men of means cont. arrangements. When this
I $25,000. one the handsomest and best appointed church made appropriate acknowledgment Fourth-Approximate area of benefited -
j n edifices in the South. Sunday morning from the pulpit and and leisure have stated they would, district. made committee met on Tuesday Mr. Lee

r And dozens of others of a smaller( nature but which go to show that I declared the unbounded gratitude of spend the winter in Kissimmee, all Fifth-Effect of drainage on navi- not only the furnish proposition the place that he for would holding -
and for this
r Kissimmee has not by any menas lost its rightful place in the front rank of j I I attention, and family with becoming generous modesty ''on'account of there being Jirst-class gation generally.of the barbecue but would furnishthe .
Sixth Effect
< i Florida's progressive cities. course here on. which to play .golf. drainage on mean beef as well as the bread, whichmost
disclaimed !Worthiness of such
t ,_ any water level 1 of Lake Tohopekaliga and liberal
J I t But these are not by :any means all the improvements Kissimmee needs hospitality. He also expressed the the contour of its shore, with particular in this connection offer was the accepted.committee And

r or will have. 1 (I earnest wish that the Lord would make reference to the lake front of wishes it understood
., a ten fold return to each of them in THURMAN BULK- Kissimmee.As plainly that everygrownup ,
Kissimmee needs and have- will
viiI| person be allowed to
both ] .
spiritual and material blessings.Jno. Mr. Randolph has stated that he
t A white on'Broadway.: bring along a basket of good thingsto
way would be glad to undertake the work,
Benchei placed in thft parks and at such other places in the city atwill M. Lee returned home Wednesday HEADING LAKE FRONT it is expected that he will begin about the eat committee, as well as a tin cup-in fact
hopes will be
I serve the convenience and1' comforts of f our citizens and visitors. from a visit to Southern College the first of October, and be ready to many baskets ,as people. as

A new dock built or a'.canal, dug that will accommodate our fast-increas! a member at Sutherland of the board, Fla.of Mr.trustees Lee of is I make his report not later than November all- The boat will leave the city dock at
4 t' ; ing shipping trade. this institution and went down to at- ( Continued from page 1)I) holders of l.rth property when a in meeting the territorywill H:30: in the morning, and tickets for
--- . the round trip will be sold to adults
-- --- -- .
I r Property purchased and a park laid out. tend an important meeting of the I be railed to discuss the advisability -
board. He states that the for the use of the pleasure craft at 75 cents and to children at 60 cents.
A hall i in trustees own of district
'. city keeping with the progress Kissimmee has made. establishing a drainage And the committee extends
have sold about 300 acres of land belonging ed by himself and his I a most
but will
L These. guests, in the Kissimmee Valley, due
Kissimmee cordial
we improvements
say. are needs and will have. and it invitation to everybody to
to the for go
college $50,000 to
t r. is the duty of the council to make them. a development company which pro add to its efficiency for that purpose, notice of which will be given in the along and enjoy the day.

We recognize that with the exceedingly low valuation placed on property, poses to improve and advertise the as at any place along its banks a !' Valley Gazette.

I: and the likewise low town of Sutherland. Mr. Lee is en- landing can be made without the inconvenience
extremely of that
rate millage. the city has MUST
en hand with which to make these thusiastic over the prospects of Southern of having to walk in mud.
t. improvements. but the councilmen
can not: College and the institution I
t disclaim the fact that to them is entrusted the welfare of our city. and that: begins the present says term with a splen- The owners of Cape Breeze attempted HIGHLY HONOREDRECEIVES YOUR BIRD DOGIF

they will be held accountable for all errors of ommission if they fail in their did faculty and a large attendance. |' to build a cement wall along the I

dUty to keep Kissimmee front of their property a couple of
up to the high standard it attained under past councils. to continued ill-health Dozier
Owing -
I These improvements are necessary and if the council can not see its way I, Leitner has been forced to dispose years ago, and fill in the low lands by I : APPOINTMENT: AS YOU WISH TO PROTECT THEM

: clear to borrow the money and make them. the citizens of Kissimmee will I of his insurance business in this I pumping sand from the lake but for DELEGATE; FltOlOSc'fOI.A: : AGAINST "TAKERS"-MUST

take the matter in their hands and force a bond or promissory note issue for city, the purchaser being Carson Far some reason the plan was abandoned I ('Of.NTV TO .SOUTHERNCOMMERCIAL :" BE REGISTERED WITH
mer, who came here from I when
I. the purpose. recently partly completed. But Harry : CON COUNTY TAX AS-
Hampton. Ga., to a position as I
f What the people want. they are entitled to have and they want the im teacher in our high accept school. Mr. Far- Thurman has somewhat of a bull dog's GRESS. SESSOR.

f' p provements mentioned above. mer is a nephew of N. B. and C. A. trait of never turning loose when he

Carson of this city, and is well fittedto I takes hold, so it is perfectly safe to
Although the lion. II. Clay Stan- Our .
attention was directed to the J
the business he
: assume purchased, say that before the" holidays come our ford has announced that he will not following slipping, which appeared rer"

: .' by a select party Monday evening, and I as simmee's well as social being acquisition It was with to Kis-regret people will be permitted to see to I attempt to succeed himself as Representative 'ently in the Tampa Tribune, and it .

!'I The Local Field while the attendance was not as largeas that the school board acceptedhis I what height of perfection in usefulness in the Legislature honors IS here passed on to those of our people -

I anticipated because of the short resignation, but recognized that it and beauty our lake front can be continue to fall his way, the latest who own valuable dogs. Ther
time in coming to him this week in the
which shapeof uere so peculiar laws
_ _ __ _ were was Mr. Farmer's right to better his I brought.It many passedat
_ _ _ made, the net proceeds to the build condition. Sumter Leitner who has appointment by Governor Tramim-ll the last session of the legislature
) ;' Children's dresses and ladies under *ng fund were appreciated. so ably managed the business, for the is to be regretted that all those as delegate from (Osceola to the Southern that it would require the average lifetime -

':. .. wear at the Woman's Shop. 39-It past five months, will leave October1st : who own property on the fake front, Commercial Congress, which meetsat to digest them all, but this isone'of
Niemeyer & McLaughlin have rented to enter the law class at the State and especially the city, did not join Mobile on October 26-28. much moment to our people as
The Valley Gazette has "Booster the store room now occupied by Clay The Governor could not have madea there are many dogs here of great
Envelopes" for. sale at 10 cents a ton Bros. as a restaurant, and will University. with Mr. Thurman in this work, for better selection, for Mr. Stanford value :

,. package. open a bakery salesroom there about the work if'taken as a whole would aside from possessing superior busi- "Among new "kinks" in Florida

j Miss Gladys Short, of Tallahassee October 10th. They advertised that GRAPEFRUIT GOING l.tve cost considerably less per running ness qualifications, is thoroughly acquainted game laws, is a section CQnceming-

l, ; Fla. arrived they would open in the Pilley building, foot But it is possible when the beneficial with'the needs .of the South. bird dogs. All must registered: with
Saturday to up her but conditions arose that'made this especially to the value of good roads the county tax assessor they
: t'I" duties as teacher-in the Osceola High change necessary.Dr. FORWARD DAILYPACKING effects the building of this bulk'head and the urgent need of an inland considered legally "nothing" A are

.f l' ;School. This U Miss Short's firat by Mr. Thurman will be to our water route through Florida, both of son can steal a bird dog and if per-the. .j

,t term in the schools of Kisgimmee. Hiram Byrd, formerly of Kis city is seen, our people and the council, which questions will be discussed at purp is not registered with the assessor

j Miss Marjorie Anderson went to simmee but for the past several HOUSES OPENED THIS will join and vote to build a wall the the convention. . ._ his owner cannot prosecute the-
Green Cove years connected with the State Boardof : WEEK AND PICKERS AND --- man who
Springs last took him.
1 Saturday and The "taker" is
1 entire length of the. lake front and
Health has resigned the latter lay
: spent Sunday with friends in that city, po PACKERS IN DEMAND. WORK BEGUN ONGRAYSTONE neither<< a thief or criminal according
:); .t returning to assume her duties as sition to associate himself with the _ _ out a boulevard from the Sugar Belt to law A license for the dog does

';. I ,, teacher in Osceola High School Mon management of Grand View Sanitarium railway to Shingle Creek-a distanceof not have to he taken out. but the dog I
"I day. for the treatment of tuberculosis i, Grapefruit seems to have taken on I CASINO must be ,
i about three miles. registered if his owner would (
which has
institutions at Port Orange, the color necessary to let it pass inspection own anything of values."
1 W. G. Hankins went to Jacksonville Fla., and Newport, Tenn. earlier this season than last, ,

,1 t'I. R Thursday, where he will join Mrs. and shippers state that it is sufficiently KISSIM.MEE'S: :MODERN PLAYHOUSE -
: Hankins and Miss Elizabeth Aultman the accomplished ripe to eat.Yesterday DIXIE THEATER Strand wood $1.25 per strand- IIt
the children to BE OPENED TO
"4 !.1 . them home. Mrs. accompany daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law, manager of Prompt delivery within city 1I11 ta.
has S. B. Aultman has TilE PUBLIC BEFORE THE
accepted chair
9 ; spent the'past six weeks with friends 'of Latin Erskine Heights grove and farm, ship- OPENS TOMORROW Phone 252, M. B. Carson. lOot
?iJ ; and relatives in Lewisburg, N. C. and French at Columbia Col ped fifty boxes, and H. R. Overstreet, ROLl>A YS. .
lege Lake
City and will leave the who purchased both grapefruit and or-

1 ,, H. Clay Stanford arrived home early first of the week to assume her duties. anges from the grove of M. Katz and Wednesday workmen hn
The began tearing
]I 1. 10' last Monday from college is to be congratulated on TillS UP-TO-DATE AMUSEMENT: /
4 1 New York Baltimore morning a trip to securing the services of such a bril. the grapefruit from the grove of down the walls of the old Gray stone
'l cities, where he made other purchases eastern liant woman as Miss Aultman. J. M. Lee, has been picking and expects PLACE HAS BEEN:. REMODELED of garage Kissirnmee's to make modern way for play the building house M. G. Weaver [,

of fall goods for his customers in Os- R. O. Meek, at one time a residentof to ship at least two carloads by .AD IS NOW ONE OFHANDSOMEST the (Jraystone Casino.

Ii i I eeola county. Kissimmee, but now one of the tomorrow. Mr. Overstreet has rented IN I As stated in last week's issue of the Professor of the

', ,,1'' O. C. McLean was among the Nar. owners and manager of that most excellent the ing old in the Neimeyer western and part Roberts of the build-city STATE. Valley Gazette the Oraystone Casino FNEIARTSEmployinll \ StI
the Ft. I will be modern in all its
t i : coossee citizens who spent yesterday newspaper Meade Leader alongside the Midland ] and i apointments.arid ,
.' in the city. Mr. McLean stated that, spent Monday here, and paid his I has it into first-class Railway, will have a seating capacity of new method in foeA
converted a pack-
I much building was going on in the respects to the Valley] Gazette. Mr. ing and shipping house. He states Dixie Theater will open its doorsto i something like one thousand. II. W. ing rapid writ'nll.Jetehinll and t.
,t a new townsite and that Meek stated that Ft. Meade had made the Thurman, who is building this magnificent 01J
the tomorrow
population wonderful that he will pick at least 1,400 boxesof public afternoon, with oil painting. Teaching al.o architectural ,
t would progress during the house, states that it will be
increase a couple of hundred past a program of motion pictures that
the Lee
11 } this winter. fear, and that many new improvements grapefruit grove will be to shown finished, and ready to he thrown open >.rp cfft>. and
equal in
2500. boxes from the Katz besides the
.11. tv were in contemplation there.M. state of Florida. to the public before' the holidays and mo 41 1 i" A postal from II. M. Breaker states I 1,000 boxes of oranges.ADVERTISED I After that it i is his intention to have nothing
; '.1 I that he arrived, Katz returned home Saturday extensive improvements,
safely at but the best talent its
? : on Chattanooga L 'evening from a two-weeks' trip to LETTERS which included making the building appear on Studio at Park Hotel fo
; and
,. Sunday was distributing Kis- stage, which will be of sufficient size
It longer
simmee literature New York, BaTtimore and Philadelphia )- installing a new front, putting Private lesson
by the ton, which to accommodate play the and class work
I any on
will result in many old soldiers takIng I where he visited the markets Remaining in the Postoffice at Kiagimmee the floor on an incline, and addling road.

-.- advantage of the low rates: to buying fall stocks for his Kissimmee Uncalled For, tains new seats, a stage with proper cur- R1w..
and effects the
' visit our city. store. Mr. Katz reports a very pleas pixie will be '"
c'- ant trip and that the manufacturersare Sept. 15, 1913. when opened the most attractive play In..

The Laymen's meeting last Sunday pleased with the outlook for the house in any small city in' the state, ,

,. was one .of the largest attended in I coming season. Also the weather was Advertised list! for the two weeks end- and will equal /many in the larger THE ci

1.' many months. Interest is increasing i much different from the kind we have ing Sept. 29, 1913.Aiach'njey. cities. The front has been decorated I .
'I. in this movement and those who have; '!, in Kissimmee. George"f'. J E I in an attractive manner, a tile floor
I& I been hard workers laid in the entrance, and the
t feel that the coming I N. McDonald. Mrs. LtnHronnon. new ma- DIXIE
I winter will add much to the efTec- John S. Cadel. of Kissimmee spent A. A. :M t< I lonaM. MTHcvifmla. chine room is double lined with asbestos THEAER
1'1"" i tiveness of the meetings. I I I yesterday in the city, arriving Satur- . Mm Tom KIMHCapplrmaiv and metal], making it absolutely]
Krd 1 'Northern; ; ,. A" HCarwrll.
day night and fire
registering at the Ie- proof.
:. t ,,, I Sam. Nlcklotv. IiooslfItavlM. %
W. J. &ars has received notice that I Soto.. Mr. Oadel states that Kissim Mrs. Ann! *' "Ij,,rkt.r. HrnrvKlnl :Manager Tano is anticipating a liberal Kissimmee's.
I he has been appointed a member of | mee is experiencing no let up in the .-y. Mr. Annie! H\'I", ...I'r. :Mr K. E patronage, and they certainly deserve Theater Beautiful
".: the State Executive committee of the.. general prosperity that the live place .HhL... Mm Kiln Str.irkc., :Minx :Mary a large attendance if they carry

1 1 Southern Educational Association, a I has been enjoying through the sum- I"'nlon11.Hurt. OV i.... (Carrli-Sulllvan.Smith. Mrx r a M.II.K I,. out the program as arranged. New Opening Saturday Evening, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m.

f *;: convention of which organization will I ;II mer, hot on the contrary, business 1Iuds.,-,. K J L'nltrd Lund, & Inv and up-to-date pictures, with matinees ------

'' (' be held in Nashville, Tenn., in Novem- conditions are Incoming better. Residents "" '..' '". Miss .lit- Cli' in the afternoon, and the evening performance Completely remodeled, enlarged and I
; ,; ( ber. AddleJames newly equipped
1 i spending the summer away J. L Wheeler. Kliia. beginning at 7:15: will start I at a great expense, will open to the ).
: public of
., from home are returning and the advance from tomorrow Kusimmee
I B. B. SIMPSON afternoon.Old the most ,
H. I complete and
Barriere and G. St. Gaudens I comfortable
have t guard of winter visitors is be- place of of
V i. 'l returned to their bachelor quarters on ginning to arrive.-Tampa Tribune. Postmaster.HANSELLMcKAY. .u___ its kind in South Florida. Neither time labor amusement f
S :"t Shingle Creek after I nor expense .
an absence of two hat been spared to achieve this result. !..,
: months spent with relatives in New:, Miss Laura Thomas entertained a faded and colorless rugs and The policy of the
: Jersey and New York. number of her friends last management will be (
l' 'f They' Saturday to for
; are preparing .Married, at the Baptist pastorium, carpets made to look like new. the amusement of
,; to make many improvements I afternOQn, at the homeof her aunt, our people only the best obtainable
.{ ::1'' on their place this.fall and winter. Mrs. R. M. Evans. Progressive games September 13, 1913, Mr. William Ed- Cleaned and color restored without the latest motion pictures made.

l .r were played, the prize went to Miss ward. Hansell to Miss Mildred Leona removing them from floor, without Injury Vaudeville selections when offered
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bardin. have as t Annah Mary Lewis. Delicious ice will be of the
fi' their McKay, in the presence of a select to the most costly fabric. very highest character.
guests at their home on Edison cream and cake were served.Those
i avenue, Mr. and Mrs.' J. F. number of friends, Dr. A. J. Holt, officiating. _ '
of 'present were Misses Laura Thomas, Turkish Persian, Indian and Oriental -
'i' }- Kissimmee. After living in California Ethel Lee, Ethel Gilbert, Helen Jones, of any kind. Satisfaction Doors open at 7 '
a, they cam to Florida two years Georgia Reeves Helen Bass, Mattie guar- p.m. Performace 7:15:
,. :. I. ago, and like this climate much better Belle Harris. Virginia Tiller Gladys I WILL be at the Manhattan Hotel anteed when restored or no charges.A .
$ .
I ; ., than that of the rival state,-Tampa Crawford; Lilian Prentis, Maurine Saturday, and will be glad to answer postal brings roe to your door. j Admissi9n Evenings lOc to All
&i : JTribune. Dann and Kathleen Bearden. '
questions regarding Remington, 25 cents.

'' p.q., 'J 4, The moonlight I excursion given by The Valley Gazette last week contained Smith-Premier and Monarch Type- Post Office Box 142, Kissimmee, r Matinees Daily at 3:30: Children 5c. .

: t-h.. Catholic Social Club'was enjoyed a a item in which it was stated writers. C. H. Anderson. 89-lpd Fla. 3&-4-pd-lt

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0 organizing Tomato'Club .
Published Every Friday"' By .' the young people of the state among, will."

I W.. IS. UAKK13.: \.., .00 be in Kissimmee tomorrow, Saturday "
for the of
purpose organ.
0 Izing a club. She will work while 0
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Weather/ Report 0 Trade, -which committee R. M. 0
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f ,l ; ;. peratures and precipitation as
reported by the Government Butterick patterns and the Delineator 1 1 /

_i L.) station at Kis.lmmee'for the at the Woman's' Shop, 118 Broad a. >ti ;

.- week ending Sept.J8, 1913. way. 89rlt
MarA W. B. Crawford spent the week end a
it. ( in Jacksonville, and it is rumored that w '
'Friday _______ 87 69 ___ he was talking politics while in that Y I .( +

Saturday _____ 92 68 _.. gay town.M. .

Sunnday .____ 92 72 __,. T. Tindall, the Narcoossee fruit
Monday ______ 92 70 ___ grower and farmer said to be the best lIS
Tuesday 90 71 .48 rifle shot in Florida. spent yesterday
I Wednesday ... 88 71 ___ I in, this city.

Thursday ____ 92 72 ___ Mrs. G. F. Kribbs of Narcoossee 'I
spent Wednesday in Kissimme / visit- '
OOOOOOOO..OoO, ing friends and looking over the fall I '
styles in our stores.J. / '
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I I 11 in 111111 HIM D. Woodbeck and wife left Thurs : IAy'I
day for Green Springs, where Mr. '
Woodbeck hopes to get a completerest rl I
''II THE LOCAL FIELD.W. and regain his health.

Miss Frankie Langston, of Chipley,
I Fla., arrived last Saturday and on t8 -
Monday took up her duties as teacher cLr I
H. Brokaw' with Grlfflng Brothers in the Osceola High School.W. II ( .'
the 40-tf k
tree pe ple. .
A. Spencer has finished his contract

Satin slippers. S3.KO.., P. H. Law. plastering the Methodist church f
son. .::::.: - -- 39..ltStanle and has to--Lak-el;; d--where he i/

has a large plastering contract -
)' Bullock was a visitor in Or-
lando Monday.See The Epworth League will give a
lawn social at the home of Miss Vir- is
the new fall satin boots at ginia Tiller this evening. All the

Dutton-Harris Co. 39-lt members are urged to attend. fall nr....... tmriirrj- . in attend nu't '
Bargains in men's suits. F. H. Frank Vans Agnew has returned i9a .
Lawson. 39ltU. from a two weeks' outing at Coronado.He I' -
states that the large bass are run- Trtntzcss
P. Garrett was a visitor to Or- ning now and the fishing is fine. : Ea lain 4
lando Tuesday.
t- W. N. Edgell)) and Robert Nickolls,
The latest in neckwear. F. H. Law- of Cardington, Ohio, were visitors in \ .
M>n. 39-lt the city this week, looking for a lo- 1 .
cation to make their future home. crctItinn
H. F. Webble of Charleston, W.
Va., was a visitor to the city this week. Mr. N. C. Bryan returned home from:
Tampa Sunday, where he has been at .
Harris Fall goods Co. arriving daily at Dutton-391J. i the bedside of Mrs. Bryan, who is IDrdncsdag, September 24, JOB \ -
much improved in health this week.

: II. I HaTrt iof Loughman, was a Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sessions left -
business visitor in the city Monday Sunday for Chattanooga, Tenn., where 3:00: tn 545p. m.
Bargains in underwear. F. H. Mr. Sessions will join his comradesin
Lawnon. 39itBorn the annual reunion of the G. A. R. ,

to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buzza, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandy left Sunday 'Vnsiimt=
on Wednesday... Septenmeb 17th, a son. I for Skyland, N. C.. where Mrs. Theater
Bandy will remain for several weeks. C i
Mr. and Mrs. Uttz. of St. Cloud, Mr. Bandy will return home Saturday. \ lt4
were in the city shopping Wednesday.New \
W D. J. Sumner is now ready to
line of boy's suits F. H. Law- take orders for all designs of white

on.( 39-lt bronze monuments, grave covers, headstones ( I

Mrs. J. L. Reaves returned home etc. 35-tf .
'Qlday; from an extended visit to Ken- 4 r
tu ky. Bob Hyre, H. Q.; Lumsden and Chas. ;
Rock, prominent citizens of Orlando, '
1' D. Outlaw of St. Cloud is spending were in the city Tuesday to purchase :
tives./ a day or so in this city with rela- load.some horses from McCracken's car- .: See the Styles That Your

W L. Hensley spent Monday and Albert Parker left yesterday for :
Tuesday in Jacksonville looking after Philadelphia, where he will enter the
business affairs University of Pennsylvania for the Great-Grandmother Wore

:Mrs. Mosher, who operates the hotelat second term in the dentistry depart- .
St. Cloud, was a visitor in the city ment. F

Wednesday.The Valley. Gazette has -"Booster ing Holt the Baptist will speak church Sunday on ,Christian morn- A ten thousand dollar moving picture film, 3,000 feet .. .. _, ,'.

Envelopes" for sale at 10 cents a citizenship and at night on the evils '
1 of unbelier Everyone made welcometo in length portraying by motion the
package. photography
i. these services. .. ..- ; ;. i
Mrs. J. T. Miller of Haines City was of the ,;
century in contrast with those of will'tie "
in the city shopping among our stores J. H. Prather, A. E. Donegan and today,.
M. D. Wilson spent last Sunday at
Wednesday. Fellsmere, where they went to deliver shown to our friends and customers.
Mrs. F. E. Kennedy, of Mt. Dora, some automobiles recently sold by ", ,
it I in the city the guest of the familyof Prather & Lupfer.W. '

E. A. Niemeyer. A. Smith, a member of the firm : The .title of the film is "Mrs. Carter Worthington's Dilemma. It
. Senator Arthur E. Donegan spentthe of Dutton-Harris Co., left Saturday (
week end at Fort Pierce, looking night for points in Georgia for the : portrays in an interesting and fascinating the difficulties that
after business' matters.F. purpose of closing certain business our women .}
deals in which he is connected.
J. Niemeyer of Longwood, Fla, : friends encounter in their efforts to procure costumes gowns and tailored suits
kpent Sunday in the city the guest of Master J. C Ledbetter entertaineda i

his brother, E. A. Niengeyer. number his parents of his on friends Drury at avenue the homeof in s' : that meet the approval of those who know style, fit and tailoring. ,

Mrs. J. A. Blackwell and children honor of his twelfth birthday. Punch, r-

for motored a tour over of Kissimmee's from Ashton btores.Tuesday cake and bananas were B'rved.'r; Mrs. Worthington has an annoying experience in search for a new costume :I f

B. Sutton of Lakeland last 'tf
J. spent :
Herbert Fuller, of Altamonte Sunday in the city the guest of G. P .: in which to attend the annual costume pageant of the Delaware Society and her ml
Springs, Fla., spent last Sunday in Garrett, leaving in the evening for
the city the guest of E. A. Neimeyer. Gainesville, where he will resume his : troubles are solved by her bosom friend Mrs. Lila Laskerfield
studies in the State University.W. f who has dis-
:Misses Bertha and Beth Bryan en-
tertained on Tuesday evening in honorof G. lUnkins returned home from t covered the merits of the PRINTZESS.
their cousin, Miss Eva Watson, of Miami last Saturday where he went
Jasper. to complete the installation of the office ; w
fixtures, vault and other fittings During the Costume Pageant we will introduce on film the 4

W.motored H. Brokaw to this and city family Monday of Orlando evening - fpr the Peoples Bank of that city. I :.k styles of the last century, beginning with the girl of 1800 .

/; and were guests at the Graystonefor Dr. DeWitt T. Lightscy writes the A and
proceeding by ten-year period.. up to the
supper.W. Valley Gazette from Bartow that he | :t day. f

. J. McCracken and son, Vick. ofSt. will the. State again Bank open, his and offices will' receive here over flaX i,I ;+ The third reel will portray the visit of Mrs. Lila Laskerfield Ito
Paul Neb., arrived in the city this
week with, a carload of horses and tients Mondays, Wednesdays and r nI I I I-,. the home of Printzess and just what she saw while watching ':
days of each week 'j';
mules. the making of a Printzess garment. Ott the last reel we i "
C. W. Bruns, wife and daughter, and ;:X::
I :President council, J.left W.Thursday Thompson for, of White thecly Mrs. C. E. Buckley and daughter arrived -:- show a parade of living models, wearing the styles of the f M
from Cincinnati, and 'j
where he will two- Wednesday the styles will in
*Springs enjoy a left on the afternoon train for Runny- A season, very you see our department.
rest. mede, which will be their home in fuy' )+
C, A. Tefft and wife, of Winnipeg ture. I Y Come and be our guest. Admission by ticket only, and no" children will be ad I ,

'an., were guests at a local hotel this :Mrs. E. C. Wray, who operates the I'Z':f mitted. Come and see what the styles for fall really are. TICKETS ARE GRATIS '
week, while inspecting property in ;
phis hection.G. Pernwinkle Inn, the automohiliflts"z and will be distributed from our store only, beginning Monday, September 22nd '
home, at Koutfhman, was in the city :{ ,
F. Parker returned home from Tuesday attending to matters connected ..+ and will last until the seating capacity is exhausted. On this occasion we will ;
acksonville Saturday of last week, with the opening of that popu- I ;
he had been for several days lar house this fall. .1:z., announce the date of our General Opening. : MATINEE DATE SEPTEMBER 24.

J 'I business. M. D. Tindall and wife of A&htpn )1'spen't :- == ._ ,
---- -- -- Ms'
Elizabeth Thompson returned Monday in the city. Mr. TinX: --- I
r from an extended visit with dall attending to business matters
c Ie and relatives in Jessup, Scriven nected with his large realty holdings ;:
Ga. and Mrs. Tindall overlooking the falls I :L Remember the Matinee Date--S PTEMBER 24 1913 -I
styles in dress goods and millinery.
l Dann returned Sunday from j t '
'' trip R. L. Farmer will -- --
f' to the .northern arid east- After October 1st ----- -- - -- - --
rn markets making purchases lorIs no longer be connected with the sher-
Kissimmee store. iff's office, as Sheriff Ingram will be
in a position to devote his entire timeto
Mrs. W. M. Hutson and children re"- the duties, having disposed of his
4' urged to their home in St. Augustineat livery and sales stable on roadway. M. KATZ
week after a pleasant visit here KISSIMMEE ,. FLORIDA
th Mrs. Kochenderfer.: R. D. Porter, manager of the Gray- .
stone accompanied by Mrs. Porter,
t' .R.' F. Parker th tailor, has moved left Tuesday-night for Philadelphia, .. ,
|IS shop from the room over the GrayPone Pa.,'to attend to business matters connected --- .
;c. garage to the building on Dar- : with our hostelry. During his I s
1 Ington avenue recently vacated bye two weeks' stay in the North he will \ . -
> bakery, and invites his patrons to select uniforms to be worn by the '
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ands him af that, place. Graystone, help. .

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CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING The-.v rletles popular in the North are 1 IT3 GETTING; KIND-O' LONESOME
IF YOU WISH TO GET seldom worth trying in Florida. Np ;
A one should risk more than 'a dozen I (Written by"Joseph Thurman.) DOZIEH LEWS l iNSURBKGE JUEJGT,

RICH IN | SEASONContinued plants of any ono kind outside of the .
JHE list here It's getting Icind-o lonesome. now
given. fhe Oldest Mid Larawt Insursne A *ner In Osoools CountyFIRE
Firs! Cents Per Line- Daily'picking la necessary for ship As I'n\nearing: > my four score LIFE AOCIDENT HEALTH
; z .'.Each Insertion.*. ment to northern cities and the berry 'And faces that I used to.know '..... N. 1'-'
.. ( from page 1))
I seldom them
I see
should show
.only a part of red color.

k -----._- FOR-SALE.,' __ ,_ fruitage, Is likely to be continuous, until Fully ripe berries should be sold Jo- 'ff
a1 ripe Tn "-m-: -and-. H- small -infer Ot all the friends" loved In youth,
peaches are "May. rally: and o "berries *- -
. FOR SALE-Bay saddle hone. Apply Where the plant is willing to do so should be thrown out. The greatest WhehTifeTwaVbrighrand gay--- - - . .. '
to. E. G. Vana Agnew 22tf In the laid 1--
I They're mostly churchyard ,
much tor'.the grower and so soon, it care, ia necessary at all stages of

,I FOR SALE-Seed potatoes for' :fall is necessary to have the soil well pre-j of picking and packing order that But few are left today. THE H G. SIEVER

I _. ,_, ;:planting Spalding'a Rose Wo. .4, pared, the elements of fertility the berry may arrive in goodorder.. ,
I $1.50 bushel= 'Olive? ft" McKelveyr: quickly available and moisture at command Inferior: berries,.badly .handled .brings I Many that 1 remember well. : (
36-4t the make the Now sleep in soldiers'.graves -:_ : .. .REALTY COMPANY.
? Box 474, Klssimmee. so that plant may continuous grower into ill repute and his berries . .
two and'"rapid growth to the end will be refused. Good berries While others, all good men and true, NOT IN THE TRUST _
.. --
SALE-Ten land .
FOR acres '' Lie "neath the ocean waves.
that it may bloom and ripen its fruit well picked and packed'are halo sold. .
I ';,, In bearing orange !and grapefruit without halt. When all these conditions Exposure, to the sun will ruin the 10,000 acre Stock Farm. a bargain if taken at oace,

L trees, five room house In first-class are at hand the strawberry berry in a few minutes. For -this .They heard their,country's arms $5.00 per acre, s:- -a- ..a. -'-. -*- .1-
condition fine well, etc. Inquire And answered "Here I.", Hammock'Land Timber Land
plant will start to grow at once and reason It ia well to pick as early in am Prairie Land,, Orange Grove, Hijfc .
[I. P. Jaekel. Sorrento, Fla. 37.4p marched beneath the
They starry flag,
bloom within a month} .arid" fruit -in the morning aa possible. Pickers Resolved win die. Land at' All Price sad en Easy Term

t FOR SALE-Motor boat, ?0x8%, 15 about 70 days. should be secured! the season I or 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange. half vales

.' 'in. draft, 12 h. p..engine; at a bar Except the thirsty, 'dry, white sand and given small premium above regular The foljcs' Yes, God bless 'em' for other re." 'eltate -:- .1" .:-' -'. -l. ,
Soils of Florida will young
gain. See Saunders at tf scrub! all the rates if they stay through the
t' thispfftce.: "
grow strawberries to. advantage and whole season. Reliable pickers are-to But then it's plaln'to see Orange Groves all sizes and prices
Theg'vo'got own companions
I 'even these, under.careful managementmay be appreciated.and every madeto
r MISCELLANEOUS. effort' II I And not much. time. for'e .' '
be made to produce berries for .keep them.Strawberries. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

>, FOUND-Between Kissimmee! and home use.. The first locations chosen are shipped in iced I I I
1 t. ; for commercial growing boxes I natural that it should be so, ..._._ ... .
A: Taft, a Panama coat. Owner can were on % during the greater part of the I! '
have same by proving property and sandy,soil of moderate depth, under season'ahd in some ,localities are pur- But, though they're very kind, .
I I feel l like the procession's
I for this notice. laid by hard and constantly chased gone ,
: ; paying a pan by'local: buyers who pay spot
And left far behind.
moist from a seepage from some water I J cash on the depot platform..' As a rule me .
4. FOUND-A gold cuff-button; now at Co A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD" 8. L. LUPFER.
'thl office Owner can have same supply. During most seasons the strawberries pay a very good profit And so' it's getting'lonesome, President Vlea-Prwldvot. SeeNtars'
I ; ; moisture held out and profitable crops and as 'the returns
h come sO.soon, it
i by proving property and paying for ,As down the road I go, '
were As Florida's wintersare is
grown. a. very good crop for those with "
t, C this notice.'A' .- Not many faces that
frequently dry, some growers small capital. The novice should visit
f\\,' ; _. LOST-On Sunday blue serge sack have selected high pine or hammock strawberry centers and watch methods Are faces that I know.A KISSIIWMEE LUMBER CO.

;t ':.'"'.' coat', between Kissimmee and Taft. land and put irrigating plants that followed. Ills own preconceived ideas ,
11 p' If found please notify II. P. Suhl, DESERVED TRIBUTE ,
J It t; Kissimmee, Fla. 89-ltpd they may give necessary moisture at may be faulty.
will. On these soils the berry is apt
: Speaking at the Perry banquet at
r t' WANTED-! -buy a horse and good to be of better quality than on low i a Rough and Dressed :. '
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.. SCHEDULE GOT TWISTED Buffalo, to the toast "The President of .
cowT H.. M. Breaker & Co. : \
Jersey drained
i : wet and poorly soils. They "
That fate United
often ordains differently the States, Assistant Secretary
f '. 37tft. also have better "carrying quality was demonstrated by .a story told by of State Dudley Feld Malone said:

LOST en Monday night, a pocketbook fact of prime Importance to thpse who Gov. Elias. M. Ammons; of Colorado,,' History will record this nation's tri PINE LUMBER

containing about 900. Finder ship to. northern cities. There while on a recent trip through the bute of respect and gratitude to the
lis a class of soil, known as bay head, East, the President of the United States .
t. please leave at Gazette office and says Philadelphia Telegraph. present ,
4"r, that makes a very good plot for straw Some time since; who indomitable
.1 get reward. 36-tf so narrated the by courage: unswervIng
;" berries. By planting the early va Governor,, Smith returned to his hometown patience, unfailing tact and an incomparable I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

.j LIST your property for sale with rieties on the upper edges and the in the West after a short absenceand personality has saved 90,-
l'' 11 J ; ' Nelson Realty Co. 35-tf later ones on the lower and moister I white walking down the street 000,000 people from the of IIII '
levels a more continuous supply across ran ravages a I . . . 1111..1! II III IIIIII IIIII J IIII . . .
maybe his friend Jones. Glad senseless In Mexico and thousands I
} WADE, the tuner, Orlando. greetings <<; war .. ..
: obtained. In such locations the I -'
and then conversation. thousands of American homes
f some upon : ;SeeretarJ'.
C. A. CARSON, President. ;
.p t MEET me at K.isslmm Drug Co., water level should not be over 30 Inches "What in the world is the matter from the loss of fathers'and sons on

,. "ra and we will get a drink' of the best below the soil surface and not with Brown?" asked Smith, stirringup the field of futile battle. To .stand

..t, soda water made. Sltf vary much from that level. the ice in the aforesaid greeting. against the doubts of a people, the im The Waters & Carson

t FOR RENT. Given control of the moisting a "I saw him on the opposite side of the pulsive conclusions of the press, the

y thorough preparation of the soil is absolutely hllZ'hwav_ a .fate_ minutes nn_.____ aim_ _,, _nod__ .tiA__ ajbuse of those who place property
l FOR RENT-One 9-room and bathhouse essential. It should be in the looked gloomy as a candidate who,. above morals, and the temptation! to

close in, ready Oct. 1st; large finest tilth. Those who have prepared -I I had run on the wrong ticket. certainly perpetuate his tenure of of Grocery Company' .
verandas: 1 small cottage. G. F. land for onions know about whatis I "
# Parker. 392tFOR "He failed in business, answerecSmith. fice by a successful war against a
desirable for strawberries. In one "I thought you knew all about weaker people is an exhibition of rare
RENT-A 7-room residence respect strawberry land differs-it it." courage and heroic leadership that i is ,. Wholesale and.Retail Dealer In j

;,., modern conveniences, on Main St. revels in newly! cleared land both north "I heard that he had failed," responded worthy of the dignity and honor of the

-t v vMrs. Summers, 608 Penfield, South and south. The land, .however, shouldbe Smith, "but I heard that he President of the United States. GROCE.RIES.

1 Kissimmee. 38-tf thoroughly cleared. No trash, had everything made: over in his wife'sname That is a splendid and well-deserved ';-. :::

FOR RENT OR SALE- Two-story grass or litter should be plowed under before the cyclone hit him." tribute. It is Impossible to bettersummarize 1

store building on Brack St., North within three months of planting time.It "So, he did," rejoined Jones, "an J the purport and the results 000 0000'00000 000 00 .. 00000. 00.......
Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf is not only a nuisance to the cultivator then his wife eloped with the prin'cipa. of President Wilson's policy regardingMexico. 0' I .

' but it has a tendency to dry creditor." I .-Tampa Tribune.. WE SELL: WE BUY .
DWELLINGS for rent, opply'to M. : o : :
TUler. out the soil. Care takento'cart 0 .HAY,
'' 0 + HIDES .
all'such trash'away as it makesa. .
harbor for crickets, who are quite FURS .

fond of strawberries-both leaves and FERTILIZERS, + .
FOR RENT ti 40 4
berries. .+ WOOL, .

WpMW _',i.h }r J.1'ri'S&tt&jl :;:;Heavy, manuring ror: lfertflizing'isabaolutely'essential !, f', '. ., ;. -SHINGLES, to.I.0t . ,," ":.;,,'r' -, ..

AW modern*"brick 1 businesoiRApartments : to getting a.profit. ',, ORANGE BOXES, o .>' .J. AND'n'. ,'" '. ";' .
\ house l able t crop offfib-awbelrrieaiS Moreover.the ; IN I .\..",.".,".'fI', i.
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ft RANGE WRAPS ALL. ,' )''" i ia' '
; in1 brick build ., Wfertllity $must be [ n fquickly 'STOCKPLANERS ., I""+

ing with all modern conven, available fortn Coarse manure will\! VEGETABLE o <0 COUNTRY .
not do and if
' fertiliser is used, it MATCIIERS SELF FEED RIPTOtJCR oOo' " .
l.' vri, s Rooms furnished for light must be l soluble. No'matter how rich EDGERS TRIMMERS CRATE NAILS, 4 PRODU .

housekeeping. the soil, we use a vegetable fertilizer PERKINS'Blll.MGLH MACHINERY 4 0 . .
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witha bone base that analyzes nitro. ENGINES.. up .. 40 kw SAWMILLS

n f' ;, E. E. Wells gen 6 per cent and potash in the form I BOILERS, up to alb ... Llht .... .......J'I .
SAWDUST: CONVEYORS SLAB .CONVEYORS We sell field and garden seed of all kinda.
Real, Estate and Insurance of high grade sulphate ((5 per cent, COO I
( .GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS I I We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping: partita
r 203 Broadway Phone 272 pounds at the .time of setting the LATH MILLS STAVE.MILLS. Free delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12:
r l r--' -r plants. This 500 pounds should' be DISSTON SAWS We are county agents forjftxx! fertilizers. Ask us fir circulars aM ;

l' put in a shallow furrow and then well prices on fertilizer ?'
SAW HITS for .n rakes of saws
:-:+:->-) stirred;with the soil. If then covered SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES 1 -". ., I''t'

'sH .' :tic f. ARE YOU T LOOKING: Foil A ; with soil and smoothed, it is ready for BELTING 4 srrsdes- .dlu_ to brat --- -- -- -' -- --- '

i3 .t :'I c" i= SELECT HOMBT ::: the plants. Plants may be set in LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS

"',.i';,;" A house, .closets, pantries : ..&& rows 30 to 36 Inches apart .and.8 Inches EVERYTHING FOR THE' !I I

\ ''r'k.\' i bath.; hot II.nd.cold. water in the row. The 1 SAWMILL I
', alleys be
; 1 elflctric may Writ for
lights '
ri r'1 \If!)''''.'''' porches, beautiful screened front veranda back- f 24 to 36 inches. Care must be taken Price. I Fine Cattle l'
\' ., that the crown of the plant
t 7.\\\ -walls plastered and tinted. ., is not below '
1 ,'.;. woodwork mlBfcJfon finish. This r. the surface of the soil. The .
house! can be used a* rooming XI crowns seem to rot much more easily I

,t I '. r house.for private family or renton t in Florida than in the North. Even

It V 1 'I I ,mers rood about Street It. Ask Mrs. .- if the soil is fairly moist we have Ranch j ji

". sum-I found it desirable to water the -
: A 6-room house, modern plant - -- ,
: of beautiful shade and when setting. As soon as all the (
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located! on brick street.
L_ A -room house on Mabbettu R= plants are out we sprinkle a small Rollins College Winter Park Fla. We have (for sale 3350 acres of excellent cattle land on 'a"fine
; street lot amount of the
'100.00 cash 100x147 and. I16.0U flowing well.: the same fertilizer around large lake in Osceola county Florida, the best cattle country in'the '
per month. plant and rake it in. If ti
A 6-room house on Rood" street overhead OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN 'FLORIDA. United States. No feed !necessary except native grasses, never "
lot 60X140 and JO acres real orange sprinkling: is used it will carry some !lack for abundance of good water. Full particulars to interested f fI ;

.''y",'. i'\ tie town land.for 4 mllt-s 12,600.from nice lit- fertility direct to the roots, and they College' Academy, Music, Expression. Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial I parties. We also have ranches ranging size from 1,000 to 100-
:. A T-room will spring Into immediate Arts Business, 'Taechers' Course.
plastered growth. 000 acre in body, 'with
., a plenty water, and good facilities
\ .clo.aet. china cabinet hies porch' Within fifteen days Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric grass
,, : lot on another dressing : lights fire protection fine for handling cattle cheap and )
fffnn.rn" good street to good advantage.
L 4 1600.00 cash,' easy terms on bate .of the same fertilizer should be given gymnasium no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teach I .
: ance. alongside the rows and worked ers of music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two glee.clubs, chorus class .
y I A -room house, lot 150x147% in. The Superb new rooms for business school equipped with every modern device GROVES' I II
'. on 11'0<<1 .tr..t."a% decided soil must he kept Inof at to analysis of soils ; 1 "
fertilizers foods
bargain get tnaxi water
'f't'' ,+ ,only u.oo. .co! mum"results.. In all 1500 pounds-- courses. ; preparation I for engineering I .' 10' acres, of good land in splendid orange district. 4 mile from

\ ". '. Ask Mrs. Summers fertilizer: should "be used! on an acre Lakes boating, swimming, gait tennis, football basket ball. Kissimmee. 6 acres good bearing grove, splendid crop this year. 4
j 60. Penfleld near Clyde. and in addition 200 pounds of Christian undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships special price'for! balance of this month. It will pay'you' to investigate '!)
high available. For>> catalogue address
grade sulphate of I property now, it is a bargain. ,
, potash may be used William Fremont Blackman. Ph. D..,IrfrPresident..
H advantage, sowing broadcast : : 60 land little. '
. justas _ acres of'good over a'mile from Ry school and
they begin to bloom. =
Cultivation t'1 y1 1y1y1y'Iy1y1 church .all good orange land but 10 acre, now ha 20 acre in cuK
should be $ $1y1y1y1 $
Miss M. V. WoodwardMILLINERY given every five days\ and as 1 .flylylyly'Iyfy1 111 lj ovation fenced and cross fenced about 8 acres half bearintl f

''J.t-' .,'.:,," soon after a rain or sprinkling as the house box. 4 large room, ;2 I porches, stable, grove bins 10m'
M I: :,;.",'.1 ., blooms dry enough. The strawberry very fine hammock land, cheap at 5000. Time on half or more ift:,

,I] ; >' \r. t I .' li_ .I' that Constant so soon.attention and fruits is so a constantly , ;A* other interests prevent my living there. I offer for sale desired, balance easy payment: plan. Good crop,this year, 'ri:,

: If Wishes necessity 'place! On Fish Lake, four and a half mile from Kissimmee and 23J/2! land
one the best results.! acre good adjoining city limit. 6-room hou e,.ter-.f,;
jt'J;: ; ;" -> Varieties. distant from St. Cloud. vant( house, barn;- chicken-house; cow ham- over 200 acre bearing 'i

The Neunan Pt ffman, A This property comprise 'over 20 acre of good land, and orange tree, and other fruit: lots of shade, owned r
j Klondyke pretty place
'".' '., .J 660 feet on the lake front Excellent fishing: by a widow
Latest Nick Ohmer and I living Pa. Price
Newest "Term
Falionsr Lady Thompson favorable;
l: .. | are The land is half fruit 'and balance muck. '
Has house home and
., 1 the only varieties that have'paid very 37tfI good location can graduate children from hich 60'1'
: Creation in Ladies'and well In Florida; .The order in which newt tory and a half 30x30 fL.Ha.. water ia the house two ; and have them home every night. Many other good ,
; ( of. these i i. of fine bargain
; one flowing) artesian
water, good u* for what
i Chidrenaa .' they stand indicates, their relative'car ,barest and chicken run... you want we can secure!' it for yoe. '
'f rying quality."The ? to .
; ., :i Headwear is Lady" Thompson County road and A. C.:' L,Railroad run through south end .I.
very satisfactory Tor1
family use with' .tation'adjoining' Telephone .service with Kissimmeeeed
.. and nearby markets: The Excelsior .Cloud! 'Title NELSON I;
'> to property perfect: Price Very reasonable and REALTY COMPANY
maybe planted !
for first .
1181 early if d.tfe1.11t .- given if desired Apply to J. W; Prenti 'Box .
96. Back
Broadway Kissimmee t.Bank ; .
jJl.d I "y .' others: ." ; 1 JfcJ, followedso) oon by the ... .C.f! ..; KISSIMMEE FLA."r .'

that I it (ia hardly'worth- .. while. ytyll! !l !,ifi! !fi71. !Ii!Ii 1y1y1, !Ii 1y1y1Yfy1! ! 1 $ 9 tyll.! 1yl !Ii I II. .

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.FRIDAY: ;; SEPTEMBER 11. 1.13' lHE'' clt'atwvda'' "
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PAGI "e'
CWHWMtNT far south region is made subject in dubon Society and to several'' .
general to. the same rules which ant in Florida who are person '''jest both for and against if yea will
to be
to apply to-many states very far' north ested.I Inter-1 open your coulmna to It. .

AT VAR IE'WlTIt of It. But.. even 'worse than thtsfourstates remain,_very respectfully ,.aun,- I about The orange crop is generally good .3; ,
Campbell and .
(far north Maryland and Virrima we hope prices ,
(Signed) WM.. M.. MEIGS. I .
-'IF : ) >among them) 'are to Aave.tdte1ropen A._ be better than last season -
STATE, {FLORIDA; season: -begin' in November(1nt'stead ' ( A COMMON FAULT We have a lot of pretty girls at THEArthur, .

_____ *" of'October)' and to, l last '''until Campbell 1 # and former agent McKnight
February let ((instead '6f' ,January Curious isn't carried off one to his home at Winter
IN REGARD TO THE GAGE LAW 16th). "Surelysub-tropical, Florida; of scandal, ot: near-scandal, what a little rumor J.J Park. His brother, Walter, emboldened

the extreme, )I crathern\ 'part'of our continent in a town or co&munUy.\ Not arouse by Joe's success seems In a fairway E

BAYS ,t9,,which the ,ducks''.from th j the young and middle-aged only to repeat the trick. We "wish .
GOVERNMENT, OPEN SEAsblTTOntMiGtfATORY north cannot get_until. \. ,after. flying! venerable_old_ graybeard' but the them all success. - _ .- ,-.. . '. _.._
"BIRDS- some eight hundred i miles or so (more his ears and wet his will"prickup r The-'Woeodall.Cypress Co. have fin .
IN FLORIDA IS FROM OCr' than ten degrees. of latitude) from the' and then shake his head in a to wise listen and, are ished their track to the timber and

TOBER 1ST TO JANU.' upper states of cone No.'2: should not' owlish way. It is one of the most now at, work making shingles.OSGEOLA' "
have its season Axed to begin a whole human of human traits and "we CRACKER.A DoneganREAL '
16TH. month in Advance of that for regions do it." It is ode' of'the streaks In our -,CHEERFUL-SPIRIT- i -I .Q
which the ducks must have left be- nature in which the Senate
has Bristow
letter a was
talking abouta
N The following from W. M. hind them before they can possibly "cinch/' Civilization has not touched Washington lobby whose Y
Melgs, who for years has, spent the reach Florida. This latter state is In H; education, if anything, has only had failed, relates the Star. lobbying
winter months at Kissimmee, and is general of a climate properly to be intensified it by devilish refinement "They took their shipwreck ESTATE

well known to manyof our people, to' described as "sub-tropical" and consists and in vain has the teachings of the philosophically, very cheerfully,"very he
the Agricultural Department at Washington in 'a large part of tongue land meek and lowly.Nazarene striven with said. :"They reminded me of the Ohio
will be read with much interest thrust far out into the warm sea and It.: We have not risen notwithstand farmer in the spring floods..
as it treats of a matter vital to all actually stretching down very, ''closeto ing the spires of thousands of churches "The, farmer having been flooded AND I.. INSURANCE. '
,the people of Florida,'and is one that the tropic of Cancer. Now can it in every city, village and community oat, was rushing down stream with
should be corrected: be philosophical,'equable, or in accord in this broad land pointing to heaven, his family In dilapidated skiff. A r

Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 5, 1913. with your general purpose to beginits speak the mute appeals of love to relief boat steamed up to him and the
Secretary of Agriculture,. Washing- open season at a period when there one another. Alas I there is lots to do skipper called: \GENGY
ton., D. C. are but few (if any) migrating ducksin yet. When we can ceasn tn mil U,. "Hullo. there_ what An VAil _.i.f'" ,
J Dear Sir: In going over your .bulletins it, and yet so to arrango the-season story of something "mean"-about-; our "The farmer'b i gii'h' n'h; d '"

.. Nos. 92 and 93 containing regu- for the Currltuck region that its vast- sister or brother under the tongue as and paddling with' the other, answered -
'lations for the protection of migratory ly greater slaughter shall be carried a Sweet morsel; ,or to imagine that it cheerfully: Second Floor'
birds, I observe that the proposal is to on at the very time when the birds are lays the skeleton in our own closet, we 'Nothin': but wings, boss. Nothin' Citizens Bank

have the open season for ducks, etc., present In the greatest numbers? I will have struck a vital blow at the but wings., ,, .
in Florida confined to the period between cannot but think'that in the effort to devil and his angels.-Milton Gazette. J,
October lat and January ,J6th. work out a sweeping general rule and r DON'T TAKf'I"E

I have-been a great deal in Florida in limit the'"zones" two, a cast-iron We i
measure has been applied to our al- WRONG cordially invite strangers to |
the for a ,number of years, both ; I
CampbellWhen II
on the west coast, from above Cedar most-tropics, where the circumstancesare I, come to Kissimmee and
Keys ,around Cape Sable and up to by no means suitable for' its tppli- -

Lake Worht on the east;'and again }In cation. we can't ship anything else, If Your Liver Gets Lazy You Need' ,a :I ,and invest.. You will find .here a
Lake'Okeech bee and on the Kissim- It seems to me,,then and I wish to we ship wood and guavas in season. Liver Tonic, Not Merely a Laxative "

.mee river flowing,,into it from, the submit, that the season in Florida Eggplant and other truck is back. for 'the Bowels. : : .law abiding people and altogether a : :

north, 'and I cannot understand why ought not to open until) about November ward .and will be later than usual.
this period has been fixed upon. I 15 or December lat (instead of; There is generally\ good shipments especially - j ; most"delightful" place to live. The

have never actually been in Florida as October ,I, when hurricanes: are more of eggplant from this point Many' pe take a simple laxative : '
early as October or November but I likely than ducks) and ought to last when their liver gets sluggish rather : ;city is up-to-date and is growing i :
have always understood that the mi- until at least mid-February. I am No store at Carflpbell'yet Several than take'calomel, which they know : '
grating ducks do hot ordinarily reach' confident, morej>ve4 l that, with this have made a move in this direction, to be dangerous. But a mere laxative :: : steadily and is surrounded, by a :
the state, or at least by far the I but so far no store has materialized.Our will not start .
greater season established there, not one duck a sluggish liver. What
portion'of it, in any considerable,number will be killed per year in that stateto new resident, Mr.' Ganett, ''who is,needed is a tonic that will liven up i \ thriviug, community. We ,:have: j

+ until. as late as will on in Novem- ten or perhaps a hundred tha are bought the J, W. Jones property at ,the liver without forcing you to stay '
ber, and my own observations are slaughtered near Currituck. So far Campbell is hard at work clearing up at home and lose a day from your busi- some splendid propositions to offer :

. that they do not u.ually'even' beginto as* I know there is no pot-hunting in and improving the property. It was ness. in timber i
thin out until about the middle of Florida, and again the marshes are so occupied by Mr. G. M. Gardner. He You.. have such a tonic in Dodson's orange grove, truck'and

February. In this connection and as enormous compared to the number Df and his wife have gone to their son-in- Liver Tone. Dodson's Liver Tone town Write call
1 bearing out what I say as to the time hunters, and usually so inaccessible, law's home at New Smyrna, and Intend must be all they claim for it because properties. or ,
of arrival of the ducks in Florida'Iwrote that the ducks can In the main laugh later on to return to their northern they guarantee ifto take the place of for particulars.!
recently to a well-known man at the hunter and simply sail off one home in Columbus, Ohio. We regret dangerous calomel and agree to hand ,. .
who has lived on. or near the Kissim- or ten miles or more to a region whereit to see these good people leave and back the money with a smile to any .
mee river for many years and has is practically impossible to follow," hope they will soon return. We welcome person who tries Dodson's Liver Tone '
gone up and down that river for a and even if one can and does follow, Mr. Ganett and his better half and is not satisfied with the relief it Did You Ever
Stop toConsider
3p. hundred miles south of Kissimmee they simply move on again. Florida to our community.! gives ,
every week in the year, and his replyis has acquired a bad reputation from W. A. Burroughs and George Davis Dodson's Liver Tone is a harmless :
"the ducks do not begin to come this the slaughter of plume-birds in the vegetable liquid with a pleasant taste, I
have returned after quite absence '
an "
= far south until after November and is prompt and reliable remedyfor : -
r first! rookeries, but I need not remind you and have settled down to work.
when the winter remains, it Is constinatlon.. biliousness. sour. ,
warm that ducks gare safe! from that abom- --- ---
usually late In. November before we ination. I have never once after now It seems hard for Campbell to getan stomach and the other troubles' that : ' That while you >* ,

.. have any. November first until Feb hunting more or less in Florida for upward start, but we are now hop- come from a torpid liver. : r Mar Take Every Precaution:
ruary fifteenth would be the right time nearly thirty winters, seen the occasion ing for a still bigger and better Campbell The Kissimmee Drug Co. give it (
for season." As to the time where the best shot could have \ in the near future. their personal guarantee and if you eTTo.PrevenkFire) : - '

when they are in best condition, I can. got what are known as "big bags." Our school is running along smoothly will ask about this guarantee you will t ) ., ,
.. not speak with certainty, as I know' Personally, I have never wanted'them, Miss Lawson Is a good teacher, protect yourself against imitationsthat : on Your Own! Premises
nothing of them in the autumn months, and the table is all I cared to supply. and the boys say "if you don't walk are not guaranteed. Large bottle : { I I ( You May Have a ;Neighbor,
but I do know that they admirable straight and hard she ,will of Dodson's Liver Tone is SO cents. I '
in ,
are In speaking of so vast a region as sure : Or Several Neighbors;
condition from about the end Florida, I will not venture to say that get ;you;" a fact that friends of the Adv.-39-lt .
-. of December not only until they begin are glad to know. We wish .s t .'
there may not be places where big Who Are Not
to thin out'in the middle of Feb bags may be secured, but I at least her all\ the, success. in' 'the world in.- her +++++++"+++++++++++++++++++ so ..CarefUj 1 |

,. ruary, but for at least a month and a do not know where they are, nor do I work, ' ,, : r"A. little spark on a windy night,

.\if.'.! hal .,latcr. e I .have }shot teal,,widgeon, want to.",,!..Where. ;.I, have been andtI ,".; ;Part;of'Floridaijarei'sadly'( :,'"behind : :.fiRAYSTONE-' :' : J87 i may cause great havoc '
; I 'sprigtail, etc.', exclusively for the purr have covered a' pretty wide region, I in the way:of education and Campbelland .. 1_
pose, of supplying the table of my have never known such opportunities, vicinity is not exempt from the + .. In its fiery, flight"The
party, at the end of March and have and even the temptation to huntingof charge. Other states report the com- 1 tn ALL THEircM +

.. generally found teal there in some I j I that sort does not'exist, for settle- pulsory education law a success!! and f 2.50 to 3.50 per; -day.- ;i; Only Safegard Against Loss
numbers as late as that and no ment is. so thin, that the birds could j why not try it-in Florida. ,The longerwe to. Special by week or month. ,
one could have reasonably complained not be disposed 'n'ear..lby, and it put it off the'worse off we get and J : Is Fire Insurance
llM. I N, W rHU MAII, Pnp L( 0.,.rflHTEII. MtBirclu i a Policy
of their condition. It's time
would generally be very difficult to the more ignorant. high we .
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:;' Of course, what I am arguing towards market them in that hot climate did something along this line. The

aMi is that an error,has been made I I am sending copies of this letterto ; negro is getting his while our ,white ".. ---...
_\ in the date of the open season for the American Game Protective and children are lagging behind. Will be .

:-1\\;-y,f Florida. By these regulations that Propagation Association, to the
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Ii 'Rome, Vienna, Florence, London Florida Vegetables-Irish, Potatoes.

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.great curative qualities. This is
H i : one of the few articles that is free .'WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER'CO.. : :

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'not cause navigation to become so dif T photo of ,the business house of S. W. -

II : Cobbtown II iiA ,I ficult. A )portion of the road fund 11 :Orange Center' I II] Eldredge of this place, which is a THE
could be used for that: purpose and credit to the town. ;

the-captairi perfectly understands) theI :N\ T. Anderson left Monday on a YEA
miracle on Cobb's mainland. We ,I situation and could and we believe\ ; Mr. Gazette: business and pleasuretrip combined.
a. \ once heard that a westerner( declared ; would clear the way at less expense 'It would do you good- to see the ire went first to Chattanooga, Tenn., THAT '

y. that in the country where he came ,than any one else could. people at work, around Orange Center.;i and from 'there- he goes to Cincinnati! I| .

f { r from the corn grew that they The land companies that are locatedin There are not a great many of us to Ohio, and will by away for a week or .
never planted peas with"It, as the said Kissimmee have at times been found i be sure, and nothing doing in the line I ten days. He took along] with him a i vvLI&tTwIthLW
,.;, corn grew so rapidly that it pulled fault with by those who purchase:of.'' public work.',but every man,, wp- .'collectionof .literature advertising
the peas up \>y the roots, but; something property from them, but their plansare man and child is busy'at his particular -I' Florida and especially this particular

'2 of a similar nature has happened generally)] formulated to" increase work as 'can be. We really have section! which is uch an ideal home I

i it ,--he>eT""The' patrlarch'Torthel: afrthreeweeks ."lhe-valuatio.n--of.4he-l nd -th y.,sellJby- not a- drone'_in_the_entire neighborhood "- jAJtSLjrorthejiorthern.tourist_who is, ;
R, t 'has been setting out tomato I combining people enough ,together to' or. I should say settlement. No-| seeking a winter home 'where all the ,

.,' plants; he has not yet finished,.but the,I'fozm! towns, and 'where this is accomplished ''one is making any big money at the j I I time ia summer and ''the flowers never
I !: head of'the first row set out stands a :, a hundred fold increase would immediate present, but there'are some j I,die ) -

living witness to the fact that a small : not ,be an extravagant, estimate.!. The who are certainly 'en route to' that The American Realty Company!! of \ I 1L ..4-

fi -, tomato of "natural growthhas; appeared land onwh'fh4ihe: !!_cityjof: St.. __Cloud! much-desired= goal Your writer does I Apopka is preparing to have a number
:i on the plant. Beat this he who t I built derived its value from The'number Trot recair"anrcommunitywhere''so- '
t ., was [of neat;; attractive Cottager built on -,----, -- ..-- -.-
f' can. Mr Cobb and his aids have sot of purchasers who. procuredsaid much earnestness of purpose was manifested 1 v
.. their property 'that will be either for "And. as I sit and ponder V.
; out ,about twelve thousand plants and land. A vacant lot in the city as can 'be seen here. Also it 1 i sale"or for rents so that they can accommodate Of all I'>'e done and seen
,, a few..,more miraculous] -events will it ',of KUviinmee 50x75 will sell for more would be hard to find a community : thpse who want to make I'm happy now I saved my dimes J
,is calculated make' him a bloated than hundred acres in secluded where you would, find everybody in "
one a i their homo in Apopka, Nature's Sanitarium In the years (hat lie between.
thousandaire at least. The,ground on I section of the country. These comm. good spirits and !apparently happy.Js'Ot where those who are* ailing I
which these plants have been'' 'I' '
to to
panies an enormous hi
I go expense : present can' drink our pure, sparkling 'water A MAN when old age creeps on .
't I is a recently cleared water. oak ham- j| build up a country,, and these efforts conditions, for it Is our ambitionto and'be. nursed back to. health and'vigor MANY :
i hock, such as are common on the river, || to be properly appreciated: should be I II grow in every: direction' but it I again. .. away opportunities and thih'lts of "what might
; and the seasons have: been suitable; j i iI seems that we all have ,
: i thoroughly understood.: We considerit a dispositionto I Rev, T. M.\ Byars, editor of the ,have been.
light'' showers every, day with ,an oc: make the best of what
!I a money making scheme Well it, we have\ ;Apopka News, filled the pulpit 'at
.f j casional heavy-cAln, cloudy when not', is; but ]let's ,eee how far this goes. ;while worKing to better'things.- With 'I Fall-villa last Sunday. Young man, your grandfather( or even' your father never had

i raining. The tender plants have had i The company'takes all'the risk and it I< that feeling/ prevailing and the steady' Several: of our good roads boosters the chance! {for fame and (fortune that you have today. ,
', no wilting "to contend with and rapid supposed derives some profit from II j constant push,. together'' with the attended' the good roads meeting in --, "

'growing has been the ,order of theday. 'I their investment.. The man whe buys beauties of our' sites, Orange'Center Orlando Tueday'and encouraged the Fortune comes to but few witnoQt an' effort; Honest industry,

f '' The dog star has disappeared, i a building lot invests perhaps fifty :,will surprise some of our neighboring movement for establishing brick roads.,: y a slight deprivation seeming luxuries and! ,the early adoption of
I' so we may'ccmsider that according to. dollars and will hold that lot in two I I towns in the not far 'distant! future on the main trunk lines throughout:'i the saving,habit, are the certain-sure rtfad-tigns that/ point the way.
I the old saying dog days have"ended.The years at one thousand: There is a 'I, Orange '
t old Indian' sign is that a moon on certain lot near' the railroad in Mr. and Mrs., Flathers Orlando county i
your I were H.,: II" Witherington,. president of Begin by starting a Saving Account today- _
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; which can be hung a powder horn I city 45x75(), valued at twenty-five hUndred visitors. last Saturday. the American Realty Co., of Apopka, this Bank offer many advantages that we will '

t r ..I'I. a dry moon (jr"betokens dry weather, dollars, and in' not very distant :Mr. Downs of Sec. 35, was 'a Kisftimmee has undertaken, to secure pledges from ('' be glad to explain to you when you come.STATE ,
,;1 but if the moon appears to stand on visitor last
I ,,t ; past time the same'lot could have been Saturday the various farmers and truck I I
'r one corner wet weather will follow. purchased for:five dollars. We cannot Mr. and Mrs. -Netherciit_are, visit- this growersof
-- community to in the
If: J.. The ,new moon was in the latter condition deny these facts, and other real estate I[ ing their old home in Kansas City, cultivation, of a crop of engage watermelonsfor I BANK OF
and the weather has certainly owners in the country are benefited I Mo. They will probably be there until I the i
coming He .
I year. reports that
F ". corresponded with the sign. for those tow'ns and cities thus built { ,the firstof November, already] he has' '
secured ]
J .'..: Our Democratic rooster rejoices I bring the railroads' near enough to'j'I Messrs. E, J. Keen, G. W. Spahr : there will be at -least one pledges hundred that I, .KISSIMMEE; [
';, with us over the present system; the ,and T. L. .
l' make us to be benefited thereby.. Individual j Harney were in Kissimmeelast acres of melons -
planted; and a possibility -
,, frog ponds are filling rapidly and the .
is Saturday attending the examination
'r ; gain undoubtedly the ,objective that the
i' t ;.. tadpole and minnow plantation) has point towards which these for postmaster at Orange Center. I to acreage may be increased Capital 50000.00
, assumed the proportions and appearance :Mr. perhaps 300 acres before Surplus $30,000.00 Depositors Security 130000.00 '
a I< companies are moving, and if their Cyrus Payne has been quite the ]
planting season That
t it ',''' of a well stocked plantation. gain was ourloss, we might have cause sick but was able to be in Orange 'I would mean a great deal. opens.] for Apopka ", Officers and Directors
:. Cattle appear to be doing well. Re- for complaint, but'as' their efforts for Center Monday:\ of this week. j '
freshened and! would bring quite a sum of mon-i C A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Prest
} y cent rains have the
grass. W. A. Spence and Mrs. ,
colonization have tendency'to Spence have '
t a increase into
circulation i
ey with a full M. KATZ 2nd Vice Prest.
Fish plentiful. There but few I : crop
are are
j4 returned home from Kissimmee
the value our
of property and Mr. of melon
t seins at present on the river, but reports going into the northern mar- ROMA THOMAS Assistant Cashier ,
'i i: ;', decrease proportional taxes, we should Spence having....completed the plastering kets from here. .
.' : say that they are doing a good of the I'
give them a hearty welcome. Rex new Methodist church. 'I The addition
new to the Wayside'<
a ,. : business. The frogs are still calling will This I U time In I
) leave this subject for the'pres- guava Orange Center Inn has been completed and
.", for more rain, and if present signs are and one smell the I very
't ent, there being so many items this can luscious fruitat comfortable
1 Z not deceiving they will make their I' quarters await the( guests -
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i week that we fear your columns will every who have occasion, to stop there.
and election I
: calling
sure.Hunter's ,
w be too crowded to take \HI all in. Miss Bennett of Lakeland was a S. W, Stewart is '
building a new
I paradise is thoroughly es The boys take occassional trips to visitor ajt the Pines Sunday night. I bakery to the rear of his meat market ,
tablished. There several l
are dears
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$ what: is, known: as the old Drawdy I i II. II. Witherington is arranging to within its sacred boundaries and the
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place, where,lemons and limes abound. I '
a new telephone line I
it, f hunters appear to be in earnest and Rex has a glass of hot lemonade each R..SFLOYD:
avenue north far
as as the ,city limits.
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my opinion that ere many moons the Apopka Iii
morning ,before breakfast. This '
services of a matrimonial knot tyer is! [I This will be an improvement that will
.WI will be called on. far ,more wholesome than the whiskey add to the appearance of that part oftown. I
dram, and if you topers would give ft continued dry weather is causing I
Guava is the latest
". i added, to syrup the many other delicacies luxury a good, thorough trial], you'd quit your the oranges and frapefruit to Dr. J. W. :Minkler\ is kept busy : '

1 ti with which our table is supplied. The morning dram and take the ]lemon. drop and unless rain comes within the every day treating: horses for various GrocerGet :

syrup and jelly made by-Mrs. Cobb Among the other benefits derived from next few days the loss to the fruit ailments since he, himself has fully I ",( .. p.-.

if If t a _far excels: anything of. the kind thatf the change would be the economical growers. will be heavy. recovered. from asthma, from whichhe r' ," I'
we have heretofore tasted. part. The jeavine would buy very The Apopka., high school opened its has been a constant sufferer for '

f r, Madame Rumor has her busy old I many useful things;' which the dram doors for the ensuing year Monday J years, and has spent thousands of dollars : our price on

tongue wagging on future railroad I robs yon of, morning ..and. Prof._J. C. ..Nixon-as seeking .relief, but never found I r
\ possibilities. She asserts that in the :Mr. Ed Fuell, son George, and several principal of the faculty, seems to bo it until he came, -here as a last] resort I j -- HAY; GRAIN FEED "
s ] others drove off a fine bunch of and ;
'f \ not distant future some old fogies contemplate enthusiastic over the outlook for the' expected to die, but to his great
; f building a road that will cattle from the mainland during the present year. .A large'gathering of surprise he i is now comparatively which make
we specialty4i
ii cross the river at or near Rosalie: We early part of the week. ,,' patrons and friends of the school well man' again. He often walks as
suppose one of. the objects in view j We have not yet posted all the graced the opening' with their, prefeterestin much as five miles] a day without
"' j items but being under the impression Bence. ..,.' : , I much fatigue. This shows the health-
will be the carrying of Mr. Cobb's toJtq r"e'\" ,9.
I -"' that;this/(article,'jwll 'auffice"|for [the t. Ir iI"! W altori''l wentlto:Orlando'1 fulness'of our'''city'' i ', ,rt', " ..
mato 'crop( >,some, of,sthesej\ ,, western i I f, + ; .
; l qui
t !\Irs'G
f marketcTlaunch I time1betng'frill Thursda! to meet his WlfeEd two Cooper ands daughtershave .
i PlWith'best wishes= for our tor1e Wan r little| who' have returned to the home 'rafter
+ Mi-cobl1!! bas rented'I his favorite g lays: | Ir n r I
editor and recogni21n8'the'1'ac *, '" "?
n, the Ruby", to Mr. Zipprer for that thlTpast three months-Tn7Connecticut\ j spending the summer n Kansas;!" TRAINS FROM THE
he is to journalism what the Mr. L. O. White WEST 4
'' I the present fishing season. He has a great and other eastern states, but returned wife and little son
It\ J much ]larger one held in reserve for ]leader after whom he was partly to their home here for the winter.A have returned home after a vacationof
'" future operations in case the truck named was to Gen. Lee, will give him picnic party composed of the Bap-1 two weeks pent i in touring the i
the ancient salaam. May his shadow tist Sunday .school of Orlando state. .
garden falls to come to that ATLANTIC
' up gen- COAST LINE
i tleman's expectations. never grow, less. REX. over Thursday by rail and secured all Mr. E. A. Thomas, president-of the I

r l The lake!: has been quite low during the available autos; wagons, hacks, Consumers Lumber and Veneer Co., WiBBBBBBBliBBBBBBIBMi iMSSllllHS B
; a, 'etc., proceeded to Wekiwa Springs, was here several days ]last week look- .
the greater part of the summer, but "
r4 f.. ,'. recent rains,have caused!' i it to. swell II Rosalie II where a very enjoyable day was spent ing over the business of the cbmpany "Dixie Flyer"

i r and has partially overcome the sand I I picnicing and bathing{ in the crystal] here.Miss ei.

:I bar at the mouth of Southport, ,canal. While we are'not In'Osceola.county, waters of Wekiwa. Jennie V.' Berry; one of the "South Atlantic .
I; ''> : our pottoffice is The Ladies' Aid Society of the graduates of the 1913 class of the
patronized i.L
; 1 ..... It would appear'to Rex that if the by a number
,; ,. .government don't aid in the removal I of people from your' side of-the Methodist church gave an ice cream Apopka' high school left this week to <

; t 'I. ,' of this obstruction, that our board of j! river!' Kissimmee river being. the 'di- social Saturday afternoon on. the va- enter the State>, Female college; : at Tal. "Montgomery

'n) .. county commissioners wauld do well viding j I I line between our county (Polk) cant lot of Ernest Liebing, at 4th lahassee. .

to employ Captain Johnson to clear it j and Osceola. Capt. Johnson has this street and Central avenue,"which was Miss Minnie Groves of Orlando] Through Pullman Cars from Chicago, St. Louie; Cincinnati, Ie'P

,.v t'J'F' *n,' up in such a way that low water would j i I as one of his stopping places. liberally patronized' by our, townspeople spent several days very pleasantly ville, Nashville, Atlanta and l Birmingham to
last week the :
t guest of rjends here.
The ..
10, .. I Valley Gazette is highly appre- | "
n. II ciated by our people. We, receive, it The new bakery 'In connection with Miss Ruby Wilson is home after an ., CAR
I Tuesday evening and as we look uponit the Gerald; Wilkins ice'cream parlor extended visit in North Carolina, and SERVICE' ,'

If YouHesitate :: almost as a home paper, we 'take will .be in operation,this week. :Mrs: has accepted a position as. a teacherin DI''
; pleasure in watching Kissimmee grow Smith will be in charge of the baking.G. the high, school' here. For information' reservations calf on

to Have I through its columns. Harod left Monday for Clear- "ARGUS." W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent .
A little flutter of excitement war* water, where he will appear as a witness t \
_::1 I Your Shoes created! on'Saturday, 30 ult., by the I in the circuit court in n case The American'valued it hens produce annually .1\.. W. Fntot. Jacksonville., D. P. A., j. ,

I(i: selection} of a teacher of our free I where the A. C..1. railway is made I eggs over $40,000,000. J J4

.. RepairedOn school< during the ensuing term. Miss defendant jr a damage suit. Mr. ".- -_--- ----;--- '.. ..- ---- -- -- :
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I 1 Langford, who taught for us last year, Haiod is su.nmor.ed as a witness tor .f 1

account of looks, you was one of the contestants and Miss the defendant. '

don't know, the kind of repairing Curry the other. The contest was a Our city council, at its l last reg il-ir f
I clobe one, Mr. pick Hair, our strongest session ordered 1 a general] cleaning Joy,
do. We
> we promise patron 1 deciding the contest in favor and ,in compliance with the order the
in advance to make your ,of Miss Langford. This has issued a proclamation designating -
lady mayor
old shoes look almost 'as taught u's a fine school last year, thus I Thursday, September 25, as A c: u-t 011 ire e r'e'

good as new -and at. a very 1: having "advantage over Miss Curry. the day for a general] cleaning up day . z

remarkable cost.' Unless I Mr.:\ Paul Nettles'is-our postmaster. and requests all the citizens to turn ,

f'4t. you; have all kinds of good I His mother, Mrs. R. E. Nettles, looking out on ''that day"and ,]lend a helping 'One '

tt '.t, . > shoe money to throw after the interests Of the patrons hand, and the ladies are requested to Quart, cut from ,$1.80 to $1.50 ;
9 'ry away during the absence of her son, and help' ih the good work by providinga Two
a YOU SHOULD has given perfect satisfaction., Thereare lunch consisting of sandwiches and Quart, cut from 2.25 to 1.75"Three

s I, ;,).ti"" :; MAKE THE OLD ONES LAST only .about : ten families on otfr coffee at the. noon hour to"'be servedIn from \

i t f. .. AS LONG AS POSSIBLE ,aide! of the ,river who live near enoughto the city park. This is a good move Quart, cut 2.75 to 2.00
f.,. " 'of' I. be called patrons. A large turpen in the right direction' and will be a Four pF
,;:.. ",'," Let us show you how we tine distillery is in'operation at this great benefit to the appearance.of the Quart, cut from 3.25 to 2.25

,; make old shoes look like place. :Mr. Parry has charge of still town if properly. ] carried ont. .%. ,

I { Dew No. 1, :Mr. Langford No. 2, and Mr. Rev. N., M. McCaJl'who has been a Jelly Glasses '
fj, Bowen l No. 3. They are several miles missionary, in' Cuba' for some ,years only 30c per dozo while they
1 ones.A. apart,_No. 2 being ]located on Bramah past, has returned to Apopka with his : ,

; ..' .1tz. Island in Lake Kissimmee; a few convicts family. His family will make their
," SHOE REPAIRING .. are worked in No.,2 camp: home ):Sere in! future, we are informed, Ross Graves Hardware 7 7I ;
'\ 1t. ,. and HARNESS WORK Think this is doing pretty well for while he' may return to his work in
", Just back-of Citizens Bank, on the first time: Should 'you consider Havana;;Cub ., '
r Darlington avenue. this worthy of publication'will., give Last Sunday's issue of the Florida # .. . I I(

you another, call, later onLES.. I(Times-Union contained a, splendid! ] '
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I L. HYATT, .. . I NOTICE- ) OK1 INTENTION' TO APPLY. meats C. A. Carson and C. A. Carson. NOTICR OF -- --_ _ '" S

Physician and WOK lafiTTKRS- PATBNTNotice Jr.. and known Elisabeth to,Carson' 'P.r.on.111' TEES PATKNT APPLICATION AND INCOR FOR LKT-. said undersigned Notary Public' In and for . . _.. . . ._. .. . -
me be the County and State
SurgeonKIssimme !. hereby arlven that thein. person PORATION.Notice personally .p.
der.l..n.d Intend"' Oo- described In and Whoezeouted. the peared Harry A. Hunter.:Arthur H. Don. -0 - -- .--,- _. ;;... .
of the State of Florld.on Tu... foregoing articles of Incorporation and Is hereby given :"K.n, P. A. Vans Agnew. E. 1.., Lesley
ernor upon..being. duly I that the undersigned .... Q Vane--Agnew
I day October 7th. .$ll. for letter patenton acknowledged severally sworn they will apply to the Governor Lee, C. A. M. Kats Jno It(. O'BRYANATFORIIET *
before carson John 1>.
me th. Clark. R W
execution the
the following:; proposed charter.C. Slats of Florida on the SOth
1 thereof for day of Melklejon
Florida A. CABBQN.J. in expressed the uses and purposes.there October. A. D 1.... for Letters. Patent. B. Maklnson, Harry, to me W. Thurman well known and and W. ( AT LAW /'1- .
M. CARBON.C ., Incorporating KI881MMKB
!. A CARBON. JR. - September 1..11. PANY under the following CLUB proposed COM- known scribed to In me to be the Individuals de. I -4)-11). :
and who
subscribed thslr ,
ROMA THOMAS articles of Incorporation, name to the ;
foregoing proposed char 'LIZINQ
IVERS. M. D. CHARTER Or CAR.OM (Seal) Notary Public. State of a office copy of of the wlflcir ha. been riled,In the ter and each acknowledged that he ex SPECI IN .,
Florida Secretary of State of said
at ecuted the
Large. > same for the therein
State 1I"
CATTLE COMP"'NY.ARTi My commission Florida. "ABSTRACT
fSICIANandSURGEONproTW -- ' . expires_March_!, expressed. S ______., __
\ i: : Wltnes mY'1).1Id-.n4-offtttl.rae..r..t:
Osoeola Pharmacy The name of this corporation shall STATH OF- FLORIDA ) PROPOSED OF CHARTER INCORPORATION AND Klsslmmee, said County and State this AND :---9----: -
COUNTY OF KIS 18tb day of ,
ONES; Ito principal place of business shall be On this day The undersigned ). W. B, CRAWFORD. =
r Offlce ,48 appeared before hereby associate Notary Pub lo State at Large TITL
KlMlmmee. Osceola me,
In the City of' an officer duly authorised themselves together for the
- Florida with branch office.. administer to purpose of My commission expire "
County. oaths and take becoming Incorporated : -
under' the t ..t-
acknowledg laws
In ouch place or places In the State of ments J. J(. Carson personally known of the state of Florida. March IS. 117. ,."BAMK.SIL.DA. -
WINNPHYSICIAN Florida and other place In the United to m. to be one of the Article I. '
State or, In foreign countries,. a*' the ed In and who person describ' of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION .
Directors. may determine.. article Incorporation executedthe foregoing bs KI88IMMEB this corporation 'shall . . . . + . . 5 .

( ARTICLE] II. ing duly sworn and upon b.. principal office and CLUB COMPANY. .Its Departs est ., the I*>..rt'-n V. .. L..d .
acknowledged place of
2nd Floor Wilton Building.I The general nature ef the bualnes me the execution: : thereof for before shall be In Kisslmmee Osoeola business ttfaee at UalsieMvllle. II'I.rI",. to.. .
to be tr..n..ctee by .aId corporationhall and purposes therein ..expressed.the .uses In the State of Florida and county, teber s, isix. ; .
I $88 KIBSUIMBB, ---; ; ;
PONI*?. FLOUDAT. develop be to lands buy and sell conduct manage a lea.aeneralreal and (Seal September) 1. 1811.ROMA the nesses State may of be Florida conducted elsewhere In In .Notice Is herebytv.n that Jeremiah . .. . .. . .
\ estate buslne. and to buy and My commission States and other W Parsons of Loughman Florida who
expires March 11. 1115. Countries through office on April It 191*. THE .
.ell land on It. own account and on 17-St br.nche.fencle.. made Homestead Entry -S
BWITT LIGHTSEY commlialoni; to build on. own, Improve may be necessary/ convenient.or otherwise., a. Serial No. '10'04, for Township II
South, Range ST Bast. Tallahassee Meri
land owned
and develop by: till corporation NOTICR ,
; to manufacture lumber timber FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX The Article dian has filed notice of Intention ts Moubattan.Hotel ,
rEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN naval stores, cron-tlet. turpentine., DRIED U1WDKK SBCT1ON ST4 AND or general nature of the business make Commutation Proof to establish
timber products, and to leave hire own OTB niSNKHAU: STATUTES OF businesses to be transacted by said claim to the land above described before -
,; Residence Phone 274 and act .. broker. factor or agents. In TUB STATH OF FLORIDA. Company To is as follows Clerk of the Circuit Court at Xi.simmee :
omee Phone 98 the purchase sale, manufacture and hereb- acquire' by purchase or otherwise Florid, on the *l.t day of -_
Notice Is given own hold buy. sell October 1111Claimant ,
deposition of real property and pro. that EDGAR convey exchange -
i 8and4 duct thereof and commodities. good. JACOBUS purchaser of Tax Certifi lease, mortgage dispose of, names. as witnesses- Special Attention to :
)ank Bld'g/ KI..lmmee'l'la.' wares and merchandise of every kind cate* No SOI and 7SS dated the tnt day trade-and deal In real estate or other Edwin Hogan of Loughman, Florida. -
Including naval stores blacksmith. of July A. D. Kilt has filed said certifi property, personal or mixed Thomas. F Braddeck. Orange Cen the Traveling Public \ S

and coopers tool and Implements and cate In' my office, and has made appli To survey subdivide plat ter,, KlorMs- ... .....1.----
| J. W. SIMPSON saw mill tool. and Implements of all cation for tax deed to Issue In accordance arfd develop lands for purposes Imrrov. Richard Oaualng of Loughman Flor Just across the stqsiare fro_ ]
with law. otherwise and ida .
to do
ortl to operate and conduct saw mill. Said certificates embrace and perform
planing- mill., and-all business Incident. the following described property. all thins needful for the development Clifton L. Lowry of Loughman. Florda" A. C. L. Depot
DENTIST thereto to buy raise and sell cattle situated In Osceola County. Florida, to- improvement and management of the ,
and live stock ( of all kind; to purchase wit: 'Certificate No. .- 01. Lot t* of the same for residence I trade or bualnes HENRY s CHUBB. KISSIMMEE, FLA. ;
Jpstairs in Kats deal In beef and beef products: Seminole Land tt Investment Company's To build and construct houses or 88.&t pd Register.

)t. II to own hold and sell lands for pasture Subdivision of All except% of NE%" other buildings, and to manage develop **** ** o oi
aad and
Bouas' and cattle range; to own operate, lease. 8BV4" of S.ctlonaa. Township real property generally r
( 1:30: to 5:30p.: m. hire use. and maintain dock wharves.elevators It South Range 30 East. The said To buy sell and generally. trade In, -
phone No. 16 Jun 5. Irr, tanks and storage land being assessed. at the date of Is. store carry and transport all kinds of COURT" OF TUB COUNTY JUDGE *444-S44Oe 1 -
facilities q fre..ea. kind and to receive suance of such certificate in the name goods, wares, merchandise provisions STATE OF FLORIDA
of W. L. and .
and tolls therefrom; to buy. Jacobus; Certificate No. 711. supplies.To -
"I W W. CARSON sell profits handle for its own account or on Lot 8, Block 17* St. Cloud. The said build buy sell, equip operate and OSCEOLA COUNTY. '

commission turpentine, rosin and altkinds Lot n-I 1.assessed at the date of Is own steam ships, steam boats. sailIng i THE HOME' BAKERY !i -
DENTIS1Be of naval: stores timber and agricultural o such Ortlflcate. n the name vessels, motor launches power la r. Estate ef SAMUEL J. SOUDERI.Detes.d .
products; to operate stills and of W. Jacobus, Unless., said certificates boats and other and property to
machinery for the manufacture of. naval shall be redeemed according to law. be used In such bb'I.n trade: com Te all Creditor' Legatee*. Distributee

over Cole's Jewelry Store stores product. of every description day tax deed of will Issue. thereon on the (th merce and navigation. and to construct .ad all _.....* fcavtag Claims *s De
Hours 1-5 ; to erect and maintain tanks and October. A. D 1511. and operate piers dock, wharves. ..... .g isst Mid Hstatei ,
f Office : 8-14 WITNESS
warehouse for the storage of naval MY HAND AND OFFICIAL warehouses. and terminal .In connec. S
Office phone JIB stores and cotton and other product SEAL AT KISSIMMEE CITY. FLORIDA lion with such business. I 'You. and each of you. are hereby: notified Now

Residence" 23 and to Issue storage or warehouse receipts this 6th day of September, A. D. 111$. To pursue any and all other bus). I and required. to present. any claims Broadway. '*
the same; to compoundand J L. OVERSTREET. nesses, and to do any and all other and demands which you or either ef 18 '.
agalnt acts
tlnistered for extraction of teeth refine oils; to manufacture. own. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court and things, and to exercise any and all I you, may have against the estate of Located I ;

buy. sell and deal in barrels, heading*. J7-4t Osceola County FlorId.. other powers which may be necessary Samuel J. Souders. deceased. late ofOsceola ; '4
.staves still supplies and roaterla.1. expedient or convenient In connection : County Florida to th* undersigned
G. E. PARKER of similar kind; to buy. sell and dealIn SHERIFF'S. SALE. with. or In addition to the business anjl Executrix of said estate, within at
groceries, dry goods, hardware and businesses hereinbefore specified which two year from the date hereof.
all kind. of merchandise; to build buy. Under.and by virtue of an execution a natural person anda corporation of Dated July list A. D IMS. ,
DENTIST sell. lease manage, own. owntrol.. hire Issued out of and under the Seal of the this character may lawfully do and exercise I MRS. HAMIB SOUDERS. "
B OVER OSCEOLA ? AKMCY charter or operate. vessels tramways.railway Circuit Court In and for Osoeola Coun. and to do any and all of the 0; F. KRIBBS. Executrix. .
I *, bridges lighter engine ty Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State businesses or things before. mentioned Attorney, ..-.t J. H. REED .. Prop. t 1
i Hours: 8.-00 to 12:00 Noon carsor other vehicles or mean of of Florida dated ISth October 1(10 In either alone or In combination. -*-
1:00 to 5:00: P. M. transportation of th.jwodvcts ef property a certain case wherein Aiellne M. It Is the Intention that all the object NOTICE TO CREDITORS. .1, "
held owned controlled or manufactured Campbell and.-Awen N. Campbell are and powers specified and clauses contained -
by said company or other persons plaintiffs and W H. Savage Is 4ef..ndant. in this paragraph shall except IN'' TIlE COURT OF TUB COUNTY _
IL S. GEIGER or corporation In connection with I have levied on and will on Mon where otherwise expressed in said paragraph '- .JUDCB. STATE OF FLORIDA --5- -
the buslnems of this corapany.,bnt not'to day October (. 1(13. the same being a be nowise limited or restricted -S
..Y..CI..Jf .&.1I1t .UQ for Legal Sales Day and OSCBOLA COUNTY.
ue said means of transportation during the legal by reference. to or Inference from the
Citizens Bank Building the purpose of doing' the business of a hours of aale. offer for sale at Court terms of any other clause of this or M. TILLER
Xissimmee common carrier; to raise, produce buy. House door In Kisslmmee Florida ssd any other paragraph In this charter !. re Estate MfLTON' A. CLARK -
Florida sell exchange and deal in trees plants sell to the highest bidder for cash the but that the objects and powers specified Te .11 Creditors.L.gste..*. 01_..- i
shrub cereal and any and eli kinds following real estate lying and being In each of the clause of this tees am* all per.... having Claims I
i: Office 297 or 64 paragraph .... Real Estate Agency.
of vegetable productand citrus fruits. In Osceola County. Florida to-wlt: The shall be regarded Independent r D.. stalest said Estates ,
Uence, 266. 14lyrtuts fruit tree*, hay and a-raln. and to doa one-half undivided Interest ef the. said objects and powers. You and each of you,' are hereby notified -
general nursery business; to construct W. H. Savage, In and to the 8WH" of This charter may be amended from and required to present. any S ...... _. -----'S
erect/ operate and maintain a SEU" of Section 24. Township '0. Southof time to time .. provided by law now claim and demands which you or -
.. packing toowe or pacKIng .houses and Range 34 East. ; the undivided one. or hereafter enacted either of you may have against the Realty bought and sold. ,
AXINBJW w. auwroaDNS canning factory for fruits meats and half Interest of the said W. H. Savage Article 8. estate of Milton A. Clark deceased late '
vegetable of all kind.. to produce, buyor In and to the NW,", of NW"* of Section The amounnt of the capital stock of Osceola County, Florida to the ,. Houses rented. .
otherwise acquire and aell or otherwise 13 Township 19 South of Range 33 authorised shall be Twenty-five Thousand undersigned Executrix of said estate Taxes: paid and Titles verIfied 'J
dispose of the products of such East; all of the. 8WK" of NWU" BE,", of Dollars, divided into Two Hundred within two years from the date hereof-. .
ATTORNEYSATLAWHess packing or canning factory or factories SW14" SW%" of SE%" of Sec and, Jo'Uty.hare.. o( the par valueof Dated Aug. tb6.A.cllJfl.'. for non-residents. ; >
packing house or packinghouses tion IS. Township: Z$. South of Range (The Hundred Dollar each. MARY Fire Life and Accident InJ;
; to subscribe for purchase receive SS East' the 8WH" of NWU" of Section Any part or all of said Capital stock S6-3t Executrix. .
8+11.A1 CMIssns Bank BundleSmee'
own hold for Investment or 14, Township IS. South of Range S3 may be payable either In cash or In surance. :
Florida'aen' and dispose of and make Kant and the N\V14 of SW% of Section labor or service, at a Just valua pri.oerty NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR Indemnity Bonds.,

advancement upon .lock*, shares. or 5. Township 28.South of Range 31 East. tion to be fixed by the incorporator, or Fer FlMl Discharge.IN .
bond.. smcuretle or obligation of so much thereof as shall be necessary by the directors at JUDGE. STATE '
a meeting called for COURT OF COUNTY ** 0 0
-GE1GER.. other corporation whatsoever wher- to satisfy the said execution such purpose; and the judgment of such OF FLORIDA. OSCEOLA COUNTY.'
- ever located originated or engaged In amounting to principal, Interest ..ndco.t. Incorporators or directors to the. .
a value
!. re Estate ef George IL Ivey. eeea -
'-or more kind of In the sum of $1,519.45. and the
or pursuing any one of such property labor or service shall '
further of 1316.00 Interest since edt
object Indicatedherein sum
business in the
purpose absence of fraud be conclusive
ATTORNEY-Ar-LAW owning or holding any property same was Issued making the sum ofU.U.t Noticets hereby given to all whom
or upon stockholders and all parties dealIng
mentioned herein or >>. It may concern, that on the SOth day -
of any kind with the Company. The. authorisedcapital A. 1>. 1113, I shall applyto S.OULLOCKREAL
State Bank Building owning or holding L.H INGRAM. : of December ;
corporation stock be Issued and .
may paid M. JudgeofsalficourtaaIUdgeOfPrUbatSr .
Sheriff Osceola Honorable T. Murphy
of County., Florida.Plaintiffs' the <
Klssimmee. Florida stocks or obligation of any such GorJ fertsu5llJ.lme frr_ll"" -.. ."rt_upnn.. nrh, ]- -
-Jon-- Jones.
OI'aUo.rwhU.. 4haownersor lerms and .. .
> the Board of final discharge a. Administratrix
holders of any stocks bond or obligations Attorneys. .37-tt Directors may determine; and It my . ._ '
may \ of the estate of George H. J" ,. 4.ed ESTATE
O. F. PARKER.AtlorneyatLsw.. ,, to exercise all the rights, be Increased from time to time beyondthe ; and that at the same time I will ,
powers and privilege ownership ORDER PUBLICATION, amount stated In the manner provided pre.ent to said Court my final account esaaesasae.aasaeesa S
thereof and to exercise all and any by law .." I'Artlele' a* Administratrix of said estate, and
voting powers thereof; to *ell. mortgage IN TilE CIRCUIT (COURT OFTIIE tin 4. ask for their approval INSURANCEfxaminatlon -
sub-let pledge hire, leaae or JUDICIAL {,W<<;UIT OP FLORIDA The corporation shall have succession DELLA; rvET.
[ Collections and ConveyancingSpecialties. convey the property of this corporationor lit< AND FOR O8CKOLA OOUJV- by Its corporate name perpetual 17-lmo6mo Administratrix.Narcoossee .
any part thereof at will and to invest TYl IN CHANCERY. ly and Is to exist perpetually. Titles
the proceed At pleasure. and In ..-.-.- K
be determined bu.ln..a' ,
1 such manner s-s may The of the corporation shall .
Broadway. S c ,,,S the by-law; to conduct any part' of CestsilalaaBta. be conducted by a president a 1st vice- ..
its business jid 'to have .of lice a'an4 vs. president, a vice-president, a. secretary Specialty.
.J.. ,f\':' '\\r agencies and to employ officers and : .THOMAS. PALMER ..* all _***.. and treasurer and a board of j :,
F. KR1BBBDRNXY.AT., \ !.i 2 agents at such places In this Stat.and elalsdar .. iBtereat (be aM directors' consisting of not less than 11,.: . Solicited. Ik'\ .
; '; ,r'r; ;, ,
Lu')1; ? 1 81 maybe requisite netwasary for the .II ether ......... elalsslaa sa Isrtereett the number of directors to be fixed by ,
wvsM SHSMi !!,I". carrying on of said business or furtherIng . the prepeny Im this BUI mfmtrlmtm the stockholders in the by-law trom :" ''' .IiI"- -S
need of aid corporation< ealdnwentlly Itrtnimmtm.It Mr.C.E.A11igood building a
i the ; time to time. The name person may
Examination of Titles a Specialotification 17. t3 b<* d"t..r.nln".1 l In the ls- appearing by affidavit appendedto hold two or more offices, except that residenc eand butcher shop for him-
and payment of taxes of cretlon and Judgment of the Board of the Bill of Complaint filed In above- tl>4 president and the treasurer shall
non-residents careful'!' Director; to receive payment for capital stated c.u.e'th.t: Thomas W. Palmer not be the same person self.
given stock subscribed for In money or I la a non-resident 0 fthe State of Florida The following named persons shall Messrs. Houser and- Padgett contractors C.W.GRIFfIN
attention. in property labor or service* *t a Just.valuation -whose residence Is unknown. and be the officers to conduct-the business ,

. therefor In the discretion or that there are other persons Interested of the company until the officers who and builders having/ finishedthe -
judgment of the Board of Directors: to in the property described in the Bill of shall be elected at the first election of -
make contract of any kind whatsoever Complaint filed in this cause, and that officers of said company shall be quailL Sockoff residence haver started on Staple and. Fn.. y v

AT. JOHNSTON for the furtherance of its purposes the name of such other persons so Interested n..d. another for Mr. Padgett. -
or bualnes Including agreement A. Hamilton President.
are unknown to the Complain. '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW or contract between the ald corporation ante and that relief I. prayed In the Harry A. Hunter. lat Vice-President.. Mr. H. E. Page and Mr. Seward GROCERIES ,
and Individual' or other corporation said BUI of Complaint ag-lnst such R. W. Melklejon 2d Vice-President.
10-11 Citizens Bank Building Waters made business trip to St.
*- In any of the line of busln ,unknown defendants, J. D Clark Secretary and Treasurer a -
'II' Florida ws of this corporation; to Jo any and IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that and the following directors: L.' A. Ham Cloud on Monday.A .
imee aU thing. that are or may be necessary Thomas .W. Palmer and all persona ilton Harry A. Hunter R. W.'Meikle- .
or proper to be done for the furtherance claiming an Interest under the said Jon. J D. Clark Arthur E. Donegan E. carload of mules arrived Saturday

I IXWISO.I adaair c. I'Im'ON w..w of for the carrying purpose. *into of this effect corporation the- Thomas W Palmer claiming or otherwise. and L. Lesley and W. B. Maklnson. night for the Narcoossee Co., to bused Free Delivery to all Parts
or InterestIn The annual
I Lt Counsel for Jodsvot th. all other persons an meeting of the stockholders -
power herein granted; the following described property shall be held on the second at the saw mill.
tisrlda R. R.Coma. Grin t al Court oftbe: City
ARTICLE 11!. situate In the. County of Osceola and Wednesday. of February of each year Mr. C. E. Buckley 1 is unloading his
TAfiSEY & WARLOW The capital stock of the corporation State f Florida. to-wlt: beginning with the. year 1814. at which / .' -
shan be Two Hundred Fifty Thousand The! Northeast quarter of Section SIn i meeting the. Director shall be elected, car of furniture at Runnymede. His -rA.
and (10-100 Dollar to be divided Township $6. Range U East. I and the officers of the corporation shall
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEIXOSAT Into Two Thousand Five Hundred do appear to the Complainants' Bill Of be elected by the Directors La. soon as family expected Thursday ,- .- .

LAWPneties hares of the par value of One Hundred Complaint herein filed. on or before the practicable after the annual stock Mr. Sockoff has moved into his new, A popular trysting placer -
Dollars each which said capital A. D. 1818. to. '
I.JI u.. B Rule Day In holders'
l- th. CourU of tate and of meeting.Article
stock be paid for In cash or in November, else the residence. -
i United Stats, also! before c.h.. Florida Rail. may wit: the lid day of S -
I Commission and the Interstate cloa. -.....- property labor or service* at a Justdluatloti said Bill will be taken as confessed.IT Said corporation shall adopt an appropriate C. W Bruns has a car of furniture
\' to be fixed by the Directors IS FURTHER ORDERED that seal and shall adopt Dy.Laws
Sa-PC of the company at a meeting called\ for this order be publUhled once S week for the government of Its affair not from Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs.,Brunsare
Bl-H CHABUCSVOM !. ORLANDO. FLA842yr j weeks in InconIlJ.tentWHh Articles Incorporation
that purpose. for twelve (12) consecutive Its .
ARTICLE IV. the Kisslmmee Valley Gazette. ., a newspaper and the Laws of the. State of expected Thursday. They will
The term for"which this* corporation) published In said Osceola County Florida. which By-Laws may be amended live at Runnymede.
I A JOHNSON shall exist shall be perpetual. of general circulation In said- County. or repealed by the' Board of Directors .
NpREW ARTICLE V WITNESS James W Perkins. Judgeof as may be provided In said By. Mr. George Bronson has accepted a .
The officer of this corporation shall said Circuit Court and my name'as Laws.
with II. the
ATTOIUMEV COVNBBLLOB: AT Ltw be K. l're.le>nt, a Vlce-Preldent Clerk thereof and the official seal of Article 7. position Hedrick con-

; Will Practice all Courts Secretary. a Treasurer, and Board of said Court this 30th day of July. A. D. The highest. amount of Indebtednessor tractor, and will move:to St. Cloud.'
mor..than nine to which the I
5 corporation
not lens than three nor liability
State and Federal Director The offices of Secretary. &: 1913.(Seal. ). J L. OVERSTREET. ran at any time subject Itself, shall be Mr. C. E. Denig is having an addition

I Office'adjoining/ Broadway Treasurer may be held by one and Clerk:: of Circuit Court.. Twenty-five Thousand Dollars. ((125,000.- put on his house. -
'f, the name person. The Board of Directtots O. F KRIBBS 00).
Citizens Bank Kiiuummeej shall be selected at the annual Solicitor for Complainants. Article a The Narcoossee Townsite Co. Is going I

stockholders meeting to be held In the 3t-12t The names and residences, of the subscribing to build an office in the new town-:: ".
City of Kisslmmee Osceola County Incorporators, together with
f Florida, on the third Monday In January NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR the number of shares of the authorized
,..'. of each year, beginning In the year Pur Final Discharge.iv capital stock subscribed for by each site.Mr. Ja4ic&si.Tl
| J. W.. Thompson 1914, are ns follow: Chas. Montsd ca is going to ,: :

j Until: the first annu l meeting of the THE COVET UK cotiATy JUDGE Harry A: Hunter, And ua ,Bldg., Minneapolis build two'hOusei)in the new townsits.
stockholders I and until the Offices abovementioned OOUftTV. STATE! Minn, 30 shares. '
FUNERAL DIRECTOR are elected and qualified at OSCEOLA. Arthur E Don gan. Kl'almmee Fla., Grover Tindall; who has been on the

the first election the officers of the OK"' FLORIDA. 7I" shares. sick list. was around visiting his Our meat "market, ;1 because Mmany ;
corporation shall be: C A. Canon. P A Vans Agnew, Kisslmmee., Fla., _
1. and President; J. M. Carson Vice-president; la re Estate of William S. Chsadler.Notice 5 .har.s, friends! Saturday. arrange for their meets

? C'.A. Carson Jr. Secretary &: Treasurer Is hereby.fl nibo all WhomIt E L. Lesley Ktsslmmee. Fla. 2U iJ
and C. A. Carson-J. M. Carson and C. A. man concern on (th day of hares- IE. -_. here! .

LICENSED EMBALMER Carson. Jr.. and Elisabeth B. Canon January, A. D 1914 I shall apply to O Vans Agnew Klsslmmee; Fla, J:
I Director The stockholders shall meetIn the Honorable T M .Murphy.. Judge of .... ... .

1 ( the City of Kisslmmee Oseeola County said Court. as Judge of Probate for 2Id.. Kats Kisslmmee Fla.;' J shares, No66G _,.,_ ______- _--
' Opposite CoUrthoustIIMMBB. Florida, at the office of thla corporation my final discharge as Administratorof Jno. M. Lee Kisslmmee. Fla.. 2V4 1Wf
Saturday, October 25th the estate of William B. Ch.ndl.r1 shares. ,
FLORIDA. 1913 for the purpose of adopting bylaws -, deceased. ; and that at the ... final C. A, Carson Kisslmmee. Fla., S This is s prescription prepared especially will be : arrange *
accounts pleased to
organization to said Court my .
, and completing the will present; said estate Shares for MALARIA or CHILLS", FCVCR.
of this corporation. as Administrator of John D. Clar Klssimmte, Fla., 2ft Five or six doses will break case, and
any with for
ask for their the best cuts
J1 ARTICLE and lPfJorr.v. hares you -
.. if taken then a toofo the Fever will ,
The highest amount of Indebtednessto Dated June IS. R \V. -Melklejon Kis.lmmee.-. Fla.. as not '
which this corporationshall at any \ W. CHANDLER. 15 shares. return. It sets on the 'liver better than of meat, either by phone 'or 'at Sour

]JENKINS' n_. .,.hi..t itself shall be Five HU0dred 24-1 mo, C mo Administrator.NOTICE Harry W. Thurman Kisslmmee Fla.; Calomel sad does not tripe or sicken. 2Se .,. "
Jl. Ttuuspni4n"..." "500.000.00). CREDITORS! 10 shares counter. This is a rendezvous --
AltTICLE VII. TO_ W. B. Maklnson, Kisslmmee. Fla.. 2 , -

SURVEYOR The name. and residences corporation of the. together Mi-- IN COURT I OF ,TIlE -COVNU 'JUDGB8TATBT shares* : for meat for those who ,
of this
-4 H corporators with the amount of follow.stock subscribed : OF FLORIDAOSCE.OLA hereunto IN WITNESS set.bur hands WHEREOF.this llth we day have of Sprigg FlemingCLEANING are particular about 'the'.kind S
KililmmM. Fla. for by each are CO CNTY. '
Fraternity Hall September A. D. UU.
.C. A. Caraon XissimmeeFlorida. ,. I -
Harry A. Hunter
they eat f
nO .har. Estate ef LEWIS -
: I. re Arthur E. DoneganP.
J. M. Carson. Jacksonville. ; all Credtter Legatee Distributee* A. Vans Agnew 4
10. shares -.5 s.d all ........* havtag Claims er Dessralast E. L. Lesley -
mawwffiifiaiffiwifitfiwffiC.! ! ! ! C A. Carson. Jr.,, Kisslmmee' Florida *aads said Estate w B. O Vans AgnewM. PRESSING "
- 710 share, I'
hereby. notified Katz ,
of are .
Kisslmmee, You*and each :you
Elisabeth B.
: to present'any claims Jno. 14. LeeC. DYEINGREPAIRING .
required .
Florida. C shares. which or either of A. Carson RULLBASS MARKET : S
Thrasher and demands -
F. 1 C. A. CARSON.J. have against the estat..of John D Clark ,
M. CARSON.. you. may R. W. MeiklejonHarry -
deceased. late of -
C. A. CARSON. JR. Lewis H. Cohoon. undersigned W. Thurman

: .SHEET METAL: WORKER .S>. ELIZABETH-B. ,CARSON-' : ceola County Executrix. Florida of said to ectate.hereof.the. within W B. Maklnson.. Leave;"word M my house and clothes I ORDIABASSS:

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the date
Steel CeHlnr a Specialty..P. STATE! OF FLORIDA. ) two Dated years July from lOt...,..&.. D. ItlS. STATE, OF FLORIDA will be'crlrtd. lOP and returned. ;.
OF, 08CBOJUA. ) .. Manager.
O. Kisslmmee MRS & A.
$96 appeared before
On this day personally Bxeeutrtx. COUNTY OF OBCHOLABB
n me an officer duly authorised to O. X. KRIBBS. .,-,*, IT. KNOWN that before me. the Satisfaction, Guaranteed -
"K !K !w.!w,w !w ffi.w Yili! ww, sdmlnJsUr oaths/,and 4-take acllnowiedg'f Attorney, 11 I5i f ,., '

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!..t! ' I AM A DOLLAR! A little ageworn, perhaps, but still in circulation.! . I am proud" ,of myself for' ,be-

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

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

; f!, another state But, after a time, I was sent off- to a big city, many_miles away?. I turned up in a MAIL

ill ti: '. ORDER HOUSE. For several years I stayed in that city.. Millionaires bought cigars with me. I

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

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:J V r f,', me here. I was so glad to get, back to a smaller town that. I determined to make a desperate effort to stay. ,\
One day a citizen of this town was about to send'me back to that big city. I caught him looking over
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:} t ,; a mail order catalogue. Suddenly I found my voice and said to him----he was a dentist, by the way:.

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

} I o. big beefsteak with me, and the butcher will buy groceries, and the grocer will buy hardware, and the hardware -

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'l, : man will pay his doctor's bill with me, and the doctor will spend me with a farmer for pats to feed his

\ i' ,; h, '' horse with, and the farmer. will buy some fresh meat from the butcher, and the butcher will come around to

2 k 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

I you'd send 'me away forever." 1 . . ., /
;/." Doc ,said it was a ,mighty stiff argument. He hadn't looked at it in that light before so he went
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